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RtD CLuUD OHIL
is. C. uKi'U, ?ct:ls':er.
Irjiirj.jM & - i All Ki-jhU i;rrrrr.
at all com rehend what he was ha comp'.cd wta no portion of th'
FEET "IN" AND "OUT."
terms re mred in thi grant, and lhat
, d;d no
i-avug -he hud no tbougut but thai
h-r dear ones were bctr oil. Her mrd thev did -o they c uid Lave no
husband, die knew, had been an urighl legal or u table rights tin re'o. They
man, ami had followed hr:t'.. teach- had de d d. however. i obtain the
:ngs in tr.at In alv.av- preferred to -t:l- land wit ul romphui with '.'. t-mji
' fer rather lb:?.i oo wronjf to another: , of t.if grant, ami the.r po':cy was to
j and .lot.mu Mirclj txiuld have done no h arrays lit se.liers by threat-, ami iu
j nv on- h roirr. : everv wav possible to ineil them to
' .ri T r , n i JNo. she was not fearful of the.r con- such act ol v oieuee a.- wouiu unnr.
I I III I J "I f TV"! VA.Ta'fS'tl.rWfca -. . - - . . ,--!. c . . t.
U l i !M! l. ! u,lMm " ""' 'Mn which they hau Uexn m conmet wait uie wwr 10 a. indicate was the rirfit fool, and it wa
wUAVwl4 tv uvu, , ,.,itcr.'U. but now that the hour was ap- autnoniK-, wane me oiiieur- oi me . , ,
.r,,.,,.l.i.wf . ,.-ltt..l. .... o,nl1 tin lie. ' rmnrv smiI ri'JIHV li 3t ?l! K-:i-l- it'IV ' -
ii 44 41 41 411 4..4, ..vr 4V w.a " . - ' . . -.- -- j-j- -
Or, JUST A CA.MPLV.
! moi'i. oven
Ttf Aw lew aril MirnT in Whirl. Somr 5n
anil Vtnm-h vv.4IL.
"Look a; that bllow.. f.o'
The n.-n.paper u:n i' kd in tie
direction indicated aad bebeKl the ob
ject of hi.- fr.end's r'tuark- "I he fxl
tv- attached to ih k' of aa elejraatlr
dre hI youn rnt'emaa. 'l"he fintt
the ri;iit foot.
raU jze. hut it made a
Tl; trrnrl f Wrimi Kb1 at yMU
JIow many ptlo know thf wfh:
of inmoB wvid or lh":r brlIm',
'D- hanlt of ail wood . the fchi
litrl; atefcory; Ue lott nerd of woods
for ordinary n-e i- wbit finc Nx;
b-low hickory come oak aad h
ia hardm- Cdar U 3't very hard.
Wild cherrr coute? about half-war b-
for 'th.-ir dead bodies, rile pudie .ut.ment that uiijrh: l- -tirred terrible imprint in the mud which car- t worn hickory aod wh to p.oa. A cord
2T C C POST.
I flt her -l en;lh givm; way. and when up against lhe:ii-cle, b;. a.- rtiai' their pe
1 thev had been laid jide iiy'sid-in their j readme-., lo suhm.t to arbitration or j xw
LTSIin I' 1'rtruti.ufriv r.r 1 T? T.r-. . Oil'
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A. ( O.. I'i 1U.IMJKKS. ClIICAOO.
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''."i i tj 'he daylirlt came, two
. ' J . i:i in tlie iiel room
".' on the inounu n side:
words dti-t to the ded-ion of the court-, am: it wa
diit ami a-he-j to ashe- hud Lcdi , in iinr-.uwice of this hIu-v that tbey
neighbor- pre-ent . made no mimedtate atiempl-s to enforce
tuni'it aw a v. they aw her tallii:; to the.r onier- to pay or arnv.
the earth lUH-ou-eiou-, and kindly and , When it beeaxtie evident that th-y
Ifjvm-Iv th-v carr.d lier in their" arm I were to be lorced into a l"ijr and ex-
jrrave, and the
pokisn and the few
lo the lieare-t hoae
twiisive conte-t m
de'en-e if their
Hf.forn r.Hi-li!?if thern -lie hc! n- honiet. the .-ett!er- had lormed them-
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i,. ...... f4ii ,i Tun.ie comiv ; vi.ed. and im-i-ted on lc nj: ram;d ! e!Ti! into a Jeairue. lor Uie iiiqo-v ot
petcd tiie plaee? where th cro.'ainjj
ually ei-t- at street coriier-
'ilie left f'Kit wa.- of th" -ame size,
hut it mad a jtriat oaly about one-half
a4? larjre. aud a vt-ry neat impre ioa it
w. The owner of the pair was as
before reir.arked. handsome.;.' dre-ed.
and would have predated a ery ?U'lih
appearance but for the rhi foot,
uhich wjt no; aelinsr ia a rht manner.
lliniutv lion. thiu.t', tlo ."' -a d the
of hcktrv wirb "Tr fort -four ami-
dred pound-. whil a cord o whiu oafc
wejh bat lull oer o.rhtMa aulrd
oumK uppttee .u arc j!oias u
ship loialfjr on lb railroad wb.r they
may charge ;ou -o much per hutdr.J
pound: u i-i importaat Jo kww tb
we j;ht of the lum er vou order. For
e.ery thottsami ht of wj-otd iumW'r
in ah you hare 3.J.V) pound-. In oafc
not much more, or 3 tr. pounds
.v. ! ! 111 it. and one m the 1.....1- in tn. -n :.... vt.i...-i. li.r l.ehn-ed etnTiiovm" coiin-ol and takinir whatever ...... "i. ,. ?,... ,. .i, .; ,.-..i- iiwkorr. aoweer narvl. aes m :
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!! iu a white roK- of one-, had been taken, ami onI the late- other :'- were i.o-sibie for the pro- " .... ... flf tilft ,vh.h i.nn- "eniie- hen aMiavd a much as pitch p.e
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-t :' '.ii-e worn b the ? hi" '""' oS lt-' J"r alul Uie uaneerous j f( ion oi ineir ri-m-- -vu h(j.i as
.I i-iiii nun f.ri if'iK. i "' ! eondiuon of the ro:uU after nirht-fall, j made to (. II. I'.mwmni;. then ecie-
' . ' ,M"- im. .-n-1 idfHj hlr ruiln.,lll3h her' design, j tarv of the Interior, at ashinirton. for
- lor .ear,, and which the , LvJJ lh5. w ,,.,.. ,t iavp ,e:erred her J hio'deciv.oxi rerzardm.' the cla in- of the
h .n 1- had fashioned inU a ' j,ad lh-y not made her fuel that s-he t company and of the ttler-. Mr.
ii-.' tin- itoiir. which had in-' would ri-k oth r lives than her own. j Urownmjr eauniied t e matter careful
r. x-.tf-tul wki, tl.e look , .since they v.ou.d not jienmt her to ;o J 3y. Is -.tened patieutl. to the arjrumeut-
:- thev !a there- Ail alone if liothm: eouid induce her to re ol the attorney.- of the railroad eom-
;. mr aud care had fld . mam. Thu. urired. she coii.ieiited to ! liauv and decided that the comimny
man "Inat younr leliotv haa t tt
learned what a c'uild ou-jhl to have
done during :ts lir-t war on earth. He
ha-n'l learned to walk."
Tlie whole trouble with the young
man v. a- a p -uliarity wh.ch the re
porter .-oon learned i- quite tommou:
h" turned the r.jrht foot -in"' and nan
aired the other one prpr!y with the
vat a look of iest remain until morniu";, but nothini; that i had not builr their road ujkki the line ,Jt, turjKH -lijjiiUy "out. ' "-Nowvou
A. l,.-.. ... ,l.-.l.. .. -.1.1 1 .1 I.I I !...,..
- . n-,i.-v4, mi 4i.u"iii. louiu uu hnu I'liuiu uiuiii e jiui ij --uii
.'. .nr wotiutn. who, 1 end- longer. No offer of any one to make
- I. .. exh in turn, felt , their house her nome until -he heard
mmrted, alUionglihor heart i fiom Kra?.tu and Lucy would &he ae-i-:n'.
'i.i v .:.':.! had fully com she! Knu.t'1- v.ould come as ori as th'y
' i and f.-d l5e anim iU and jrot her letter, she knew, and she would
i!. I iii !: i-d tltccdv.,, having the wa.t for him at tlie old place on the
v. . r- 'le-v Ja, ami as her own mountain side, o the, took her there.
i.nd e.ued for them She felt and two f the neighbors remaned
.i- I t . do tin-., partly out of -vm- through the first day aud night, and
u itii the dm ib brute who must tvli'-ii tlie v went :iv.av. thev sent an
elderly woman of the neighborhood,
noted lor her kimlm- iu -ickne-o and
m death, lo remain with her until
KraMiis hhoiild come. This, he told
iiiem. wa-. unm-ce-wary: --he did not fear
beiii". a-oiio. and ai quite able to tlo
what little there was to ! done in tak-
i made an thll'e eiiee. he would in r care of the -lock and poultrv.
mi le-r lo care lor l hem. When j ISut they iaoU'1 not liitt u to it, and
.t- done -he rcturii'ti to tin house, j-o tli- woman staid. and every d:t oth-
i cup til tea .tut! forced heielf tt cis camr to wc if theie wa- anj.th.ii";
iit.le. lr her work wa. not vet tha tie- two needed, but there ua- el-
snecihed m their charter, hut had m
-tead built one huudretl and lift, inile.-di-Uint
from that line, where they had
no authority for t.uildimr. ami con.-e-quetitly
could have no posiible claim to
anv jiirtion of the jrratit- At the -ame
that he rendered th;3 dtH-i-ion Secretary
drowning ordered the Land (omm.
-iouers ti eon-itler the latidi in ( ali
forni.t claimed U the railroad company
opeiie 1 for M'ttlemeut, and to allow tht-.u
th'iii uiiiier the iioine-.ieai
v. bout human are, but more
:t l- l.n tiiat.bdiu would h ie
it. 1 or had -.he not alway-. cared
.' animals when he chan ed to be
ind tnen; v.i- no one el-rt t at
t ttietti: And now that he was
never tti return, she did not fel
ju-t not.ee. -aid the in"u! man. "how
many pefiple mere will come alonir in
the next few minute-, who walk along
a- civihod beii.g-. ought to walk."
The hr-t man who came by the
watchiuir pair wa- a short, lat one. He
wa- hurryini: alonjr, breathing -hort
and tier.-pinng freely. He had a very
black ci-jar in hi.- mouth, and he blw
out a -hort. thick pull' of Miioke, with
even breath averag'ii twci ptnls to
every step. He turned both feet s tuare
ii .".a- the knowledge that their chil
!.' we:e to be til'iveii out as they
1 t i-eltes had so olten been that had
k I doiui; thai and some trouble
;i i i! ti.eir own home, .she did not
ki v what thi. trouble wa, but lintl-
led. an 1 .she must have -trenglh dom anvthing lhat thev could tlo.
she went alKitii jiuttmg the Mr-. I'arsoiis had learn -d iroin tthers
iu order, and in Liking tlovvn , the full extent of the mi.slortune legard-
ti.es which her husband had on ing tlie mortgae. and knew
lie came home wet :tnd iK mir, place must gu. but th s
- letivr hll out and she picked it ! her. If .she s ill jo e-i-ed it, Krastiis
ud lead it. ami reading, under- and Lucy could have com and lived
all. or thought she did. 'Willi her, but since, she did not, .she
would go to them, tluit was all the dif
ference. And if they were lorced to
leave tlcir own ranch, vvny. thev would
Mill shelter somewhere else: it did not
great h matter where A part had gone
tin ahead to the country b -vond the
grave, and tin rest would follow before
very Ion. All her thought., were cen
tered there now. and it ma'tered little
what becalm of cirtnlv inter.-st-i.
It was a lull week before Krastu
cauiti The letter had been delaved a few
I'.ut nothing now had power dnv.s on ai count of the iu id. and then
hud remained an.ilher tlav uncalled
for in theollice. ftir while the dead were
being laiti :u:iy upon the mountain
s tie, a new life was be ng Ushered m at
the .-lt nigh
Tiie -ame day on which the letter
was received .-.aw Hra-pi- -tart. Lucv
and the b:ibv. bolhtif vvli.un were doing
ki-sed again the cold laces of w. 11, being left iu the care of Mr-, .lohu-
sim and another neighboring wtmian.
He reached l'lrppsluirg b. the morning
boat aud had no tliitcultv u t ml.ng
means of getting out to the cottage, for
the calamity which had I etalleu the
Parsons family wa- in every month,
and there were numbers who were
.he deetl in his poeke she knew
'He place had not been sold, ant!
g that knowledge with the words
. ted bv her i.ushand m liis tlelm--lie
giie-sl that some one laid claim
tie cottaire in which .she watched
i. r il.-.td.
i i.l lo her -unermgs Iler cup was
. .! tdv lull and t ouhi contain no more;
-o ie. added wrongs, whatever they
j. 'it prove to be, could not make In'r
v i put the letter in the bureau
er where all letter- Iroin the clul-
u were kept, tin shed tidy ng up h
n i d ad antl went tint, catelulh clos-
' and fa-teiimg the door behind her,
I going to the -table, saddled a horse
v d prepared to ride in -eareh ot help.
i . - st 11 ra mug. but iu a mild k n.l
. as il each part cular ln half
V tid ol hav ng tlec detl tti fall upon
ic.dv water-soakeil earth. I be
l i - up u ti e mountain side had been
tie tied aud deepeiie I, ami new ones
! been cm through lit. ciiltivatetl
c .lid below. The grape-Miies vver
t 1 ileiiudeil of their ltd age. ami what
r in i. ued hung listle-s, n- if drowm-d
it be flood "Ihero.se leaves lay -c.it-
,i e i iH-neitth their draggletl bushes.
and pre-emption law.- to prove up and y o'u ahuosl ,a r- hl
obtain their pateuta Jrom the Govern- ,- .
ij f -
"Now he goes
Its with his
ready to oiler a-si-tanc.- tti tme who
came Jo care for the lonely woman who
had endured such suilermg.
Mrs. 1 'arsons saw him coming up the
lane and met him in the van! in lront ot
the cottage, l'p to this m imeiit she
hud not shed a tear, and not a -oh had
choked her utterance, but great black
r.ii"s about the sunken eve-, ami a
f fru.l ttee.s drooped their .slender stoop ng ot the torm a- sin went about
and all nature seemed a- il
i siir.e t of weemj. The waters
tl the ravine bel-w. and overllow-
nad coveted the -tubbl'-tield and
ii'ld ha.t way to the collage. A
"urhevs, and chickens, we.irv with
the hou-e ami vaitl. told plainer t an
tears could do how heavy was the griel
at her heart. She had her-elf won
dered that sh could not cry. but she
could not: and when -die vvoul ! have
lone .so, 1 er eves grew hot. hut no
long eoiitiiieinent. were strolling tears ever came to quench the Haines
'!' m a d scousolate kind of manner.
with a .ook that -eenied to-av that
were tiled of lilt and ready lo be
! if anv body could get up an ap
' n such abommahle w.ath-r
ading the animal she had chosen
de t a bioek near tlie kitchen door,
mounted him ami rode away. At
mst'.n road she turned to the right,
wing that it vvouid be follv tt at-
i e.l to go turther up the mountain
: !rv to reach the cottage of -time
thai seemed to con-ume them Hut
whin Krastiis came. and. putting his
arm- about her, ki-sed her cheek ami
h'ow. ami sjiioothe I her hair, in which
the gray had grown .suddenly promi
nent, she put her head unoti In- shout
tier ami wept as if she never would
Ami so. with his arm about her. and
his own tears falling fa-t. he led her
ravine, and hav ng gentlv into t :e cottage, and when she
grew- calm, told her ot the birth ol her
grandchild. Then they talked of what
it was best to tlo. and a Kra,stu wa
determined not to yield up iu place at
the .-lough without tii'st exhausting
every cfWt iu defen-e of hi- r ght-. it
was 'decided to 1 -ave every thing which
Mr-. 1'ar-oiis did not wis i to take with
her. m care of a neighbor, t - be uid.
while she returned with Krastu- to the
slouh. and to Lucy and the baby.
Accordingly, the wvar.ng apparel and
a few hou-'f 'told goods, including the
little wheeletl cot in which .loliuuv had
lam mi long, ami which Mrs. l'arson
couhl not bear to have go into other
I'le living on the other side of the
le, reason ng lh.it the higher up -he
'' the less would be the volume of
cr in the ravines, she found the
. i almost impassable in place-, and
was nearly carr e.l away by the
iv t a stream which s e was eom-
.ied tt) cro-s. but finally .succeeded
v !i .tit in airy to herself or horse in
tc i n ng the -hautv of a ettler. and
loni the object of her coming. Hie
xv.iitetl help to bury her dead, und .-he
"vvati'cd some one tt go to the neare-i
post-oiliee and mail a letter t- Kra-uis
ami Lucv. and another to Jennie and hand-, was packed and loaded, and the
her UsSand. tu-xt altcrnooti a neighbor drove them
I'lie-e letters he had written during to the Landing, aud 'the cottage upon
the night alter Johnnv tl ed. sitting in the mountain Mile was left desolate,
the TtHMii where her dead lav. Thev
xv ere brief, lor no words came to her in
xvireh to tell of her sorrow, or her aw
im lone! ne.ss. but in a few .sentences
-he hail tol 1 what had occurred.
he foun.i heartfelt svmpathv and
readv he'o 111 those ot whom she had
ros.--rv.MiTi: vn.i. mny.
When Krastiis and Mrs. Parsons
reached the Slough, they found Lucy
very sick, the shock received at learn
ing of the tlea'li of her lather and
Th':s decision wa received by the
-cttlers at the slough with glad and
grateful hearts. It secured them in
their natural and acquired right-, and
was accepted a.s pP'O! that the authori
ties at Wash.ngton were beyond the
power of the corrut t oni-t-. and that
the (leneral (lovenimeiit would contin
ue to respect the r.ghta of the humblest
of her eiti.en- pially wilh tho-e of the
wealthy and powerful.
With their love for and pride in their
country and its m-tilut.ons .strength
ened by the justice of th.s decis.ou of
one of its officials, tho-e who were iu a
condition to tlo so at once prepared
their paper- for proving up. hut before
they could secure the.r patent from the
(Jov eminent wortl came that Mr.
J.rowiiing had withdrawn the land
irom maiket and that they would not
lie permiUed to receive their patent un
til turther notice.
The cau-e of thi- action on the part
of the Secretary of the Interior was tin
receipt of a request from a prominent
politician, who was a Ma,or-(ieiieral in
th" 1111011 army, whom the ra.lroad
compauv had induced to interce :e for
them, asking that lurtlier opportunity
of presenting evidence to show that
they were entitled to tie land in ques
t on be given t em Tin- was but a
trn k of the con-pirator.s to obtain tune,
prevent the settler- from at once receiv
ing their deeds trom the lioveriiment,
and give them-e'ves opportunity to
learn where an influence could be found
or piircha-ed sutiieientlv powerful tti
-ecure a permanent reversal of the de
cision of the v-ceretar. The I'residen
t al campaign was coming on and they
hoped lor a change of some kind that
would enable them to accomplish their
to au extreme, re
marked the gruff-voiced man. "but he
errs on vir'.ue s side. He'd better turn
them both out than walk pigeon-toed.
Il he d.du't t.irn them out, with all the
we-ght of fat he ha- to carry, he'd
probably fall down pretiy often. Now
look at thi- '
He reterred to a tall young man
whose coituni' includetl a pa:r of verv
short pants. Thi- young man leaned
forward, and hi, long body rocket!
from side tti side a- he propelled him
self forward. He turned both feet "'n.'
Hi- pedal extremities looked like two
very young lover-- pr uneiiailmg along
a moonlit lane and trying to look into
each other-' eyes.
While the sentiment which the feet
e.vpre ed wa- beautiful, the practical
part of their normal position had it,
unpleasant features, for the young
man. happening to meet an obsta Ie in
his path, sudd-nly tiirne 1 a-iib and
trod upon his own toes, and a grimace
ol pain and annoyance tli-t irted his
otherwise beaming countenance.
He recovered his balance in a mo
ment, however, and along came three
voting ladies, side by side, ami all talk
ing at once Kucli one turned "in" a
foot, two of them the right fool, and
the third, apparently "to 1e odd."
turned "in' the left.
I'pon the "turiifd-in" foot in each
ca-e was a crooked boot heel, while the
other one was all right, with its ttny bra
attachment smoothly and evenly worn.
They were pretty ladies, a id could only
he graceful when thev walked b-a'ing
.ipon the arm of a other, or when they
were dancing or s.tting.
Out tif twenty-live people in-pcted
by theself-appo nted committees of two.
there were only a half-dozen who walked
gracefullv. and the cause of the lack ot
The settlers. althoii''h anxious and 1
1 :...i. 1...1: 1.1 :... grace m
uue;is m uii;;i uiiiiiis, uturitu 111.11 uii; ,... ,-. . l .. f
I IU tae.l mailiMU 01 Hiaii.iuii. iiieit i.-i:t.
The habit of turning "in"' one foot
the other cases was onlv due
"ov eminent would ultimateiv deal just
ly with them, tended their orchard- and
vineyards a-iisual, ami added new lields
tti the territory already irr gated.
'1 he election came and passed. Gen
eral draiil wa.- elected l'resident and '
.1. Ik Cox. ol Ohm. was made Secretary ,
of the Interior 111 place of Mr. ISrowii
ing. l'o Mr Cox the officers of the railroad '
company applied for a favorable decis
ion upon their right to the lands in
que-tioii. bringing every intiue lice po
s hie to induce him to tlo so. but with
out -ucce-s. Mr Cox decided a- Mr.
Iti owning had done, that the 1 ompanv
had no r.gnt whatever to the land, and
ordered il again opened to pre emptiou
and homestead, and this dec.s on was
sustained by the Attorney -Gem ral of
the I'tiite I states, Hon. Charles Dev-an-.
It is probab'e that the lead ng con
spirators and owner- of the railroad
had anticipated the nature of the de
cision and decided in advance upon
their course of action. ly means wh ch
inav Mime tunc - I e better known to the
wa- notie d to prevail espe.-inllv aiuiiig
ladies. "That s all owing to tra'nmg.
said the gruff gentleman. "Most girls
learn to talk before tt.ev learn to walk,
and Unit's why the minority of lathes
talk more and better than tney walk."
The grutl' gentleman was k bachelor.
"The people who train them think
of telling them how to carry th ir
heads and their hands, how to smile
ami to throw their shou d-r.s tuck.
'I hey show them how to manage a train
and how to hold their fans, and they
forget all about their f et. excepting to 1
caution them about wearing -hoe Surge
enough for them, unle-s the girls have
corns or are go.ng to dance.'' licnrcr
A Young Doctor's Dread. I
In conversation with a doctor
said tome "Hovouwish
or even mume sum'- vu mum a
emmaey jd wwtt u know toe number
of brick- 1; wil! take. If your cbisiittey
i- sixteen inches s.pmre Ritd the Jl
eight inche- -mare. it wdi uke thirty
bncks for every ftnl of be ght ia tb
chimney. The large-; timber- reju.rrd
1:1 a hou-e are the sihs. and the str
not often larger for ordinary hoo-cs
t:an seven niches by eight- lot to
cori-5jKnd may run four cbe6
bv six. the tie-beams ma about
ftiur by .-even, ami the raft r? four ly
lire. A great many jip!e do t
know how to estimate lumber m any
form. The ba-U of lumber b ca-led
board m.x.-urs. One foot in board
measure t- a b ard on lott long. ou
fool h-gh or vvhIc, aad om inch thick.
Therefore one thousand feet of itimter
can be imag.ned to he a board aa inch
thbh aud u lo t wide and long, multt
dietl by one thtni.KUtl i'lunk measure
is b.i-et! ujhju Uard measure. od a
plank differs from a board in beiug of
any vv dtli whatever. A bort! twt-uty
le't long and one foot vv .tie will contain
twenty feet of lumber, but a plank tvvo
inches wide and tin -ame leng.h as Um
lmard will contan forty bet of lumber.
When yo'i come to hew e 1 timber that
is -old by the -olid cubic foot, and if
you look" at such limb, r m the b ard
yard you will I'm I it marked at th" end
in lfonian characters to eorre-pond
with tiie number of cubic feet in it. If
vou require p eee- of timber twenty
feel long ami two inches bv te wide
ami thick, -uch as make girders, only
thirty of them will mak" one thousand
feel "of lumber, hoard inea.uru so if
you are buying some of the expeii-ivo
woods for hard-wood joists, for exam
ple, wiiich co-l, perhaps. ?.'.U to
p r thousand, you may estimate to pay
that sum for" thirty joist-, or. say.
$'2 a piece. The Vt.ilest lumber is
American oak. wh ch is 1 1 per cent.
-tiffer th hi 1 ng! h oak whereas in
-treiigth It is four per cent, weaker, and
in reiistance is thirty-six percent. wchK
er. The most res. sting American wood
is beech, and i is aNo vfrv strong. Imii
for -ti'lne-s it counts below elm, or yel
low June or larch St. line is that
quality in a gird-r. for example, which
makes it hold hrm. however weak it
may be or incapable of stand. ng a sud
den shock in .short, it is l.ke (.tiiTncsv,
iu a man. who may not be able to strike
out w th hi- arm or re-ist being up-et.
The least .still' of our building woods is
cedar, but it has a very high power of
resistance, greater than l.tighsh oak or
yellow june. while m strength it falls
very low among the woods
Referring again to the weight of lum
ler. a cubic foot of water weigh- over
sixty-two pounds, vvhi.o a cubic foot til
dry oik onlv weigh-th rty-nine pounds.
A cubic foot of water weigh- some live
poumls less man green oak. It i the
water iu the uu-easoued lumber which
makes the weight. Drv mahogany
weighs only hfty -three pound- to the
cubic foot, or about nine pound- less,
than water. This i- minutest beeau-.
dry mahogany will iloal in water. A
circular saw cutting lum tier, if it i
twelve inche- m diameter, revolves
three thousand times m a minute. It is
Mini tiiat the r.m of a c rculur saw trav
els two miles a minute. Whib water
weighs sixty-two an I a half poumls per
cubic foot and sen-oned pine only
weighs half as much, brick weighs just
tvv.ee as much. If you want to bmid a
fence live board- high, a quarter of a
mile long, it will Sake thirty-three hun
dred feet board measure. Liulh, in Cin
LIME KILN CLUS.
T!ir ITtt i:T-r. ef Th I f." ---ll
A Cut. I ri-tM-AllT lUt(rti.fl l-y
"Am Kum I lUrab--. 4 ha 1 inh
b .11 if, earetaji .'' bkhad.-J mqwrni
BrKbr iar4er. a the nfpfcar -aWklT
wxf-eUa ofMd oa Um jjrty-trrrntb
irre. :a 4a aad regular ahap.
The "KurauP aio. Ha vm '.hrrm.
some tfea a$v h inreat the thury
thai Caanda Uiwtie- could he CttlUralW
to bear HMtolard -.4tU.vrv aad hit
coantcaance now btmyvd the fact taat
be expected u !x pattad oa Um ba-cfc
Md oroVred to late ta ate-ol ol hoa-ar,
nadt-r the I-ar Trap.
"Knrael .lobn-a a ill pie4 step &
wav." cuoliau 1 toe freatdea!. aad the
K urn el advAnred t the iron. bevw
irtg a look ed three-ply cosUapt oa
Hon Krn.ttts Forioae . ha pftaed
rdd..-4ohnoa, " id tha Pre
dent, a the Vict-m stood before him
m Ufa told i arms, -i want to fKhe u
you ia de piaiaest agl h bctgumg-
1 1 arn dat you feet utT-mied a thc
"It ha b:a s. kag ttam warkin np tc
1 climax, kann't "
'Hoot a y'ar. h."
! thogat mv It wtw "boot a y'ar
urotlst 1 noticed you quit work." '
tx-g in to sot arooad oa de curt-ttH
You didn't cot hoa Sod theory widtut
a hard struggle dal yoo?''
"No. h. It jtt aUaoaa apeot my
! thoogbt ra I reatetabr wbea
yon gin up de rarlattoae for Mdooa -eery.
Latar oa you brgaa to play
vrap aa' policy. Toward de Ut
agony of yoor strusxfe yoa begua t
shake dive an buy totter? t'ckeU on de
jnney ytmr wile aimed al tne wah
tub Iaventia a theory am powertui
hard wm k. liraddor Johnson,
-It am so hard dat ysor wile an
chili' en am now b " iur hread an'
oh- clothes., while you am fa ttebt to
evert bniy who'd trunt you and your
landlord am gwine to frow yon out o'
tie luHS-e "
-I-I i -orrr. sh, but I couldn't
P.rudder .lomaw" said the Pr--dent.
in a vimv which made Elder
Totts shiver hke r. faded burdork in a
winter s gale. -1 want to aav to yon an
to ail other members of dis 1 !ub freu
you. dat no cu I d man in America has
anv bi'iievs wid a lhiry an unginai
theory If whi'e fdk. ha pt time
nutl'an' lit ney 'aurt to loaf around
and diskivcr m deir own minds, -dat
de n.oon am full of jiicw- which
gallop up and down, or dit the Norl
star conta ns n race of people who walk
on de:r head- an' feed dtm-elv wid
ile r t"es, tlat's all right De problem
wid tlo cull d man am. fust, bread aa'
butter: second, house rent and raiment .
third. Men eddica-hun a vvill enable
htm and hi-'n to wr.te an' receive iet
ters; keep M-led on tnTeat event.
tiggcr up how much a week s wage
coiiie- to at a dollar a day. realise dat
tie Atlautic nin upon one side of u aa'
tie I'acihc de tal ler. an' hi de nenm to
go to de jttdls ant1 wote fr bon-t. de
cent candidates. 1 shan't tine you. an'
I ilonn't watu to eel ytu, but you
will retire to tb anteroom with (ie
ntlaiti .Ion fur tie space of ;n miaita.
II you hold to any .arl cular theory
arter he gels freu wid ytu it will lie
Mmlhin' you a'ii perfeekly w-lcme to"'
When ihe Kuruel'' returned to thj
hall after the proceeding" be wa a
changed man. One eont ta I wa en-tir-
!y mis-iji . th- other batllr l-attore.t,
and his general aptirante aa tha' of a
man who had met the tail end of a cj
cloii" in a count rv where there waui
nothing to han' Jo 7a 'rmt t'rrt Prts .
BIRDS IN ARIZONA.
A MAD HEBREW.
the greatest source of vvorrimeiit to :i
young practitioner? It is that he will
be called to save a poisoned p-r-on.
public than at pre-ent. thev procured There are o many .-oris of poison, the
tlie introduction into the I'n.te.l States svinptom are so intricate, ami tne an-M-nate
of a jo.nt re-olii: on author ng , tlo.t 0 varied, that il is a'mo-t im-
Tiio ruiironii Ojioiiiiiiic t ti iimiih it - fn.ii
IIIV ttllltlMll V V'Utiolll I IU 17. 1 1 44 Iir- 1)'.1
a- near a- mav be
1 ;.. .1 1.. .' .......
111.11 ill liii: u.l.uii 1 ii.ilil llll -l.ilt- Ui - 11
l at. forma, and providing t ia: when the "i' "" 1
... J- .. .lr...tr.?- nTi.l 'in nlil mimi iii "leeillim.
,,,v .v.. ...Ii. .... -... ....... .... .. .......
t late I a stock in thai way. but the
votingsters don't have it within sudden
'"i .... :.!.. ,n 1 .w... l...... ... ,n' l....l l...
... . IIII'.S: lilt' It rv. l II &II1.4IA 111 1411 . 44144.4 4.
on the line -peci- jnin,lv lheon..:u.al h.nili Al.Slla Coop-r fnitm
roau -iioimi te mint in compliance in
other re-i'ecLs with the law making the
grant ot land-, the ecr-tary of the In
terior should cui-e patents for the same
to 1h issued to the company. 'V-pres
ly saving ami reserving the rights of
Tins resolution was referred to the
Senate Committee on Tactic Kailroads
whose chairman was friendly to the
road, aud who iinmed.ately wrote to
secretary Cox. -uggeting that he
withdraw his order permitting the
settlers lo prove up on their cla in un
til the eomm.liee couid report, and
i he senate and House act upon the
Mr. Cox complied with the re
quest, again withdrew the land- from
market ami again the Mu-sle slough
settlen- were refused permission to pre
sent their proving-up paper-- and re-
co ve a title to the r ho.ncx
No toner was this acconinIish 1
come to seek n i hey would have had .k;.nnv. while in her feebie condition,
her remain there while they, with ha. ing -.till further prostrated her and
other neighbors, pared for the dead; brought on a low fever, from which
hut she would not listen. So long as her reroverv w a low.
anvthing rema.ued to be done tor her lYoni the hour ot her arrival. Liter's
hived ones s k- would help do it. She mother became her nurse, wait ng upon ! lhau the attorneys for the railroad com-
''"!'' H'1' leave then: even to the care and watching h.r with all a mother . -
I those who had known and respected solictude. ami the new demands thus
th- m wh.le living, and. despite all thev made upon her atVeclotis and svmpa-
c u .d say, rodebae, alone, while Uie Ui.es force 1 her n a measure to with-
ne ghtmr went to -cture other ass.t- draw her thoughts from the dead and
:i.ce. and h sou prepared to make an 1: them :inn imnn tln...- of ihis life
i panv. in tie Senate, in the House, and
:.. ,t... l-.i.i.. i .v. . . . ..-
in im- ni.u. 4-;iu iur norK vi secur
ing enough votes to pass the re-olu: on.
The settticrs protcste i and t.tioued
against it- pas-age. but little at.enuon
was paui o meir p.eauings tor lusiice.
ft rapt tt reach some point from which ami 0 Vt. y jifobably prevvnte I her j '1 he member of Congress trom the dis
trict through which the road was being
constructed was either incompetent or
in the pav of tne road, and made Im:
iiiisatlttled lum and feu both him and pas-, vvouid have slowly consumed her j feeble efiorts to defeat the scheme of
- . . . ... I...... i . - -- .
tiiiiiiu.iii-H-uuis. irtuu sinking :nto a con itiou where
Wnen she reached tlie cottage on her inorbi I watchful. noss for death. a the
return s.ie put her horse in the stable, on v release from the memories of the
hi- mate, and then went into the house, lit
A few moments later scvera ne ghbors. . eauvvhile the contest between the
both men and women, cam, and re- railroad companv ami the settlers cou-
zua.ued until the next day, when the , tn.uetl. Although having notified the i
otuie- ot her iiustianu and child were ettiers to va -ate their homes unless
jdaced in vehicles in which thev were . they were prepared to pav their full
to be conveyed to the little burying j value, including all improvements, tne
ground on the other side of the mount- i company made" no immediate attempt
am to torce complian e with the.r demand's.
The gray-iurred minister who had To tlo .-o would, bring the w hole matte
Tuarr.ed I.ucy and Erasius two prominently before" the countxv and
year, before, again came to the raise .-uch a storm of indignant protest
cottage to -ay a few words over from the whole people as" not onlv to
the bodies of the dead, trying to ; force the company to relinquish their
find language which would convey a ' claim to the homes of the setUers. but
little comfort to the one lone mourner ' to the entire grant of nianv mdlions of
who was o tlear to them while living: acres.
imi he scarcely heard bis words, aud The consjiirators well knew that thev
In the ordinary routine of
we can delav treatment long
enough to look into a texf-b ok or to
consiuf with some kind old chap in the
profession, but when we are iiasjty
summoned to the side of a patient with
poison iti hi- stomach, the nature of
wn.ch can only be determined by symj
toms. and who e life can only le saved
by quick dosing with the right drug,
tlie responsibility is something fright
ful. W hat do I tlo? 1 carry in an in
ner pocket a thin book containing a
summary of poi-ons. symptoms and
' ant dote-- That is a common practice
with voting doctors, and a few old
ones, too "' The liability to summons
as a witness in court after attend. ng to
a pot-on -tig ca-e make- physician- ad
ditionally "alert and anxious. That
lends terror to the risk of mistake,
and the remark of my friend was
doubtless sincere I'd rather hire a
-ii!titute at five times the fee I am go
ing to get every time I'm called to a
poisoned patient. " I tcn Ubftrvcr.
" Mother Goose."
Al! may not know that Mother Cloo-e
wa- a real ierson. imt it is -aid -he
was bom in Charlestown. Ma-s.. m
lfiOo. and married a vvx.ower by the
name of (loo-e, who had ten children.
Six other goslings were added to the
flock, and one ot the-e marr-ed Thoma?
Fleet, a printer by trade. In cour- of
time Ciraitdruoiner CiOoe -went to live
the corporat-on. and the senators from
California were equally derelict in their
Finally the .-ett'ers raised money
among themselves and son: an atlomev
to W asliuigton to plead their cause for "with lh.s son-.n-Iaw. and from morning
them. He" returned with a Federal aj- till night she made up the now familiar ;
pomtmeut in his pocket and wahout rhymes and sang to his . hildrea. much
having accomplished anything for those to their delight. "but to the annoyance
who sent h.m. and the resolution in of everybody else Finally Mr. Fleet j
favor of the railroad companv passed conceived the idea of print ng her dit-:
both Houses. " j ties, and the boot was Issued in 1719. !
Fto BE COXTINXEu-j ' with this title. Mother Goose's Melodies
mm ' aad Khvmes for the Nurserv. so the
Mn Komi tin VVrltltiir on tin Wall
l.iist II i Tnir.
The maddest mnn I ever see was
'on mv post last night.' said a police
man doing duty on the Howery. "He
was the mo-i all-hred. rij-tenrm loon
that ever was loo-e He cutn! till the
lamps around here burned blue, and
you could smell -ulphur from the
tti Chatham .-quare.
What started him' He he' II
startet! him-elf. It was his own pri
vate and exclusive racket, and no one
wa- to blame. 'Hint's vvx.at mad' it
the harder for h in when he -aw the
dirt v fac ng hi new f.,H overcoat had
got ant! looked down at the paint that
had gormed all his cutaway aud lovv
" Who was he?"
Oh. a '.aiior on the Kowery.
There s a lot of 'em strung out there,
you know, and t'ley don't like one
another pretty well Well, this felr.
who's a kind of a gallti duck, wa- out
last night to a partv. and com along
prettv late and feeling pretty god
All tif a sudden he fetched up in front
of another tail ir's shop aa opposi
tion line, you know and got looking
up above the doorway. Ihere was a
white card pasted up there, aad the
fel.er. once he sot eye.- on it, say- to
Ha! ha! Maype dot Chaycobs ha--oom
drable got. Chimm'nny. mayjve
tlot fellow- ha- liimself croaked. I-cd
He weat up to the door. !'t it
was dark there ami the -ign wa a
good way -up. There wasn't .i word
on it iie cou'd make out. I'm the
chance of okl .Iacob-J being out of th
way wouldn't let h:ra go. .-o he
hoved one hand against the wall W
steady him-elf. put oo hoof on the
kntb and squirmed up by the door.
Down he came before he reached the
ca-ti. but he wa- up again - "'a and
spelling out M.e writing for all he wa
worth. You iw it made him ?ck."
" What was il? Deatj in the fam-
" Sot ruuc).
'Frtsh piim.' "
X. J'. Herald.
Ivy the cat on lightly, please"
aid the Delaware Wifc-beater to the
Sheriff, who was about to apply the
lash to his back. "lav it on iigntlv and
One of the most magnificent peaks annovancc to the old ladv's grown-up you will oothe mv angrv feelings.1
of the Kocky Mountains" is th.i of the 1 friend.- has turned out to be a joy to ' "Soothe your angry feeling? aid the
sierra Hlanca. in New Mexico. It is i thousands of children for more than a ; Sheriff! "Yes; a soft tar.7 sir. tarneth
v over 14,464 feet in height j century and a half. CQregationaliiL away wrath." Uoiien Courier.
PERSONAL AMO TulItKAKT.
-s-ti I- r-. i- . ! t Mrts
pjrwl ' i- .z ' 0 e fcta
trod te titir
- Ii-ie 4a.iy p a Near l"atl
lat of! ..: .' . . i
-A - J" ' - '- ' - v' -
GUhrru -a IV Moi I', tab.-
ior hrota utt. we.ht .
tl 1 - - r
iw! ! .
oi Vrr-n " '
Irrca ta hartf-ae -
of hi larm oaar W a-r.
lleary Ward lsj-
tret pabiw- addra-M tu -:
oa tMa-- at it.:
while br - a t trtrtit
Tllf .ir.ll .VtHllllrr III VV'lllt'll tlo lt.l-
llniiti.'r I-trii -.Hul.".
Altliough nt e-pecsaliy aa nthaii
asf iu regard lo birds, my attention nn
1hoii allracttnl to the great vartett
here, tme tif the mimt remarkabl
kinds is known by the uapoetie tiUe of
road-mr.aer. 'Hi" name is certainly
well deserved, as it b a veritable tramp.
but uniike the human ipeeiei of the
same profession, it ii neither feared aor
dete-Ud. On the lontrar-r. thia
f'atiiered tramj of the dMl U re
-peetetl. aud it- p-ra guarded, by all
, cla-ss. Tht Intliaiii regard the bird a
sacred. ami to la'ure it would be
ilifintHl sacr.lege. It- great pora arit
is di-r ved from it- in derate hatred f
reptiles oa which it agrs relentjVs
and -nccesfMl war 'Hie rattieaaake
and a!i other jooaou kind- are iu
esjc al arer-iion. It mode of aitat-k
on its enemy is ns tecur a the dit
bke it exhibits. !V?ing erer oa tba
alert for conquest, it VdUhe it game
napping. and -.eldoia fail to eura
an tasy v.ctorv. Th ciilomary kierp
ing hours of the -wake are when the
scor h:ug -an has r-Mder-d the roctm
and aud to hot Ut allow it to trawl
w.th etimfort. seiiig it- Ttctim ia i'
half tu p I cod from wbertee it t aot
ea- ly arow-e.I. the b rd et-aametaee
cutting ttT twig-. tf th o-t thorny
sjecie- of cactus, which crow rrery
where ia profusion " h-a a swltbrieaf
number of Ihnb- w eerd. Uwv an
rajadly earrhMl aad qae-tly ilrp4 in
a cire.'c about the revtiie T:t work
t- continued mild the feaee eoniid
reI strong eaoogh to srro the iotad
d pnrpo-'f. aad orh lb dread at
the seqMjnt for tb sharp prirker oa
t. cactus limb- aa i teaVes that it m
-anl to preier death frm tarralira
rather than to mi-nipt to ra-e
through the cirrio of thorn, whn-h
bn-tle ai it from etrrr dreei on Al
tbooga th nake i ireoaatl kaows
:ji die ia th-- eae'.o-nr- :r-iia bet mn-i
fiuaiae it more frvasiy fali a prev
to hawk- aad eagb who ta. ad
vantage of its helpb--.-o- aad carry tt
o'l in -rue the road runner i a ari:
t wire a- large a a pijteoa i- of a dixrh
brow- coWjc. ate lraat is. wita mmt
beaV "U adaHed to cutting off twj.
aad a rry hag faabke tad. Uabke
iie crow ami .-oae ataer brrd- who
perf ns a god er ie to th farnaer
by dtt-trovtat: worm and hng that
make iarwwd- apoa h ens aad taaa
tarn aad eolle i thtwe. thk- er-pemt
hniag bird at- aotaag m riura for
-ervioe-. Ii - no d-ihe cotaro3 of
hav. a j- d'Hic a ood te-d. aad t -hvtl
w.th hamg dooe ft duty
i"be uirge - 4H-d n-.jtrng-b.d b. al
so we'l repraed atnotag the 'a4rd
tribes that eoagrrte hr. ra-ie aad
whrfe-tailed pigroa- are aat-ai nbk.
and their aa-al ooac-erts are eootta-nou-
tbroagh --e day sad meat. The
note of the forsar. aowerer. are by vox
the mo-t raa-vi. tho-e of th- g-oa
Deing taore a wail than a 4aag Way
o many ie-auuftil birds shoald cuagre
gatc at such aamvuiag ifttA, "aaer
timber and water are -caroe. aad th
general mean- of ob--;ice apjxr'i
v meager, a a fioat'Oa lor tbo-;
Tersrd in ornithology to decide. Jrsm-
'jc (jl r.) a.-, a. r. ?.
4 .rant, ami '
4 It n. i t
b the i-- '.
T tJ. ?, J '
work - )
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tram :. '
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a . h.-s t
berzn t i :.
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IU it to S
and ti r
elope! -: er
- Tl.e ' rv : al 1
c.ev! -. ' r "
fuaeru . r . - 4 t : -erattr
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dentett 1 '. ' er'.. i -lt.
New: i- !. t U' t
natter ol4 - t
iaar k.n r t. :.
tactful tiTBij ;. i
wOall Well I IJA-.4
wa a Hr.t"l ti. te-e i
lea of hi cite : wr.- i
rentleruanlv. i. at;e: : t -bumiiis.
who e. iilu- : i
vatuetl their furniture ?
author of the graeetul Utte
cler thetche aigaed wif
de plume which werr to
magazia anf uw papers
f - - 1
if ' .
- TT '"
B .r. '
rti. . i
:r ' . v
m .: f
Ut - U
t i .
- When a photaj-rapbar, th-
ci-a Of hji bui! ewt ue a ' rk
dues he do tn ordei ' aai
camera octira - -.
- How do pneta lit'
aaHHta inquirer t as-
temporary. Kwt i!
of t-na wtrh tha fr
other aaw wood. .
Auberiti-r auk M
a peraon w;th a g n- ?
fore vou deem htm -' ' '
Mudv.ng ihr art of
te." Tb obler tie u .
beanl p-op.t atag ii
;M-t(xoJ titer mu.
three or lour year a.'t-
- -. -tudetit a iatruii
to know on what io:u'i.
score a tt c Wf ;.
h m to .eg!-i wrth -ii-work-
j hi lirat '.
mpler -a.racter '
for riaiB?4e, wtHtld t-
far. il hr arraafftl "
"pull." aad gae t
chance to oa lat "lv
'le Kafflr--'Ti.r. .-
liar odor. Jodjfe. thi -
crevice ta tha hank a
tiuak it m aaturji' -Why
don't yota t--' .
know ai aay eoaia r
a hgbted match to tt. -
l? might exploit are!
"Well great St' b. .
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rrr aad drive all aha do& ta tha fr
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poaaa m trae " Aad KJJto life
iorga wa o amad b rsuda t aaa.
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oft h aad ratad cbsar ihruafh i
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kowk oi th fumtprrm l"hmrtm V fa
knwrv the trac oi Itoac taw. la aaw
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the dwewNcd Jwait I .lbg ta Vjesa
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