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Inter-Lake, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Demersville, Montana KENTUCKY of of Tom How Henry One of the remarkable men in Hie history of a Lex ington correspondent of The was lie Hewas i man of re ower awl 1 rill his written well as spoken productions the specimens of literature in But all his poat ho had 0110 lie It liim his ieo as a anil not him to the of il was known io roam thn in ami without cent in his carin for noth lint the of his or I hiring the var ho was a the cause lio often defended i linguistic At the liaine time living in Lexington wis ol 1 Ip an who iti inj the arrest of the rebel ho hail two sons anil a in the rebel Marshall us loini in i ol and ono day Marshall was u and sent to ho of was re a found his way to tho of a forlorn He bitterly if the had been and t H authority of lie govern j ii such H liim and lhal lie hail keep quiet ir t be done the said Mur have you any money Marshall I had a dollar in niv they me in but when we h ft a pour who jot on the rain il rt was about hi be put oil because ad no money piv his so 1 to him and him Uie thought hi it more than I Tin and Marshall up decently and sent im One day not long afterward had been into 10 office of Kichan I stretched himself upon a Af r to who as and in his hi sarcastic you ink you nrc dont This because of its lid he Jm not a limned rowan The shot struck Marshall knew what it leant It was well known that ho hud to attack as lie had never lit his it was surmised that le as of Ihe old mans caustic left the office and went home Ho shortly afterward ad to a prominent lawyer iu that placi him Then folding Wank ot about ho walked away exclaim ing Ugh by And this calls to mind another story of While ho was iu lying ho at tho house of a lady who hud some pretty darkeyed and One night Dick re turned somewhat the worse for when he met one of the young and mistook her for a The landlady complained to Dicks fnend about his He was sm and said he would see the colonel and have tho matter straight ened When Dick was informed ot what he had done he was thunder struck and at once expressed a deter to to the He earned out his determinations as as in courtly phrase ex pressed his sorrow at what had oc1 The believing slu had the ai a to read him a lecture upon his and was somewhat tart in her When she had finished upon the J iTius the severest thing he hail ever seen the and at the me time a of the finest It was intended for In a day or two Marshull got osi went to the got his pi and threw them into the it is was literature tic of its brightest Its nn would have called from Iridge a reply uito in keeping ke character of the Nearly body knows or has heard Dick He is a 1 of national and by for tlie Texan is by edue and He to bo a visitor Lexington from his home in when the old hotel the zenith of its and Uinos Robinson its genial and Dick wan I terror at and in i rough and light with Ihe tongue he was sure come oil the j day before the war who was then making a raw was standing near Hu sk when m and jocularly my feelings were sc as they were How was that said said a fellow ap me to shake He had ken yoi face colored slightly and you show mo the man What do you want with M want to whip him within an inch I his ick answered quickly Ive saved i the sir I whipped him my t is remarkable how Indian blood Actuates itself in the descendants of who with the Indian early of the was pai remarkable in the of John the great Vir congressman and contemporary I Henry Another verv instance of the heredity was John secretary of war under Presi His form tall and s of and his hair was and black as the The of the territory of is now and Arkansas were giving and it vras to send nWe man out to pacify father was then governor of and perhaps through his in Floyd was out as of the bo heen very warm in his he sent a summons to the Indians to come At the time meeting was Floyd l and in order to win them him lie proclaimed that ho had In blood in his reins and was n do of One big chiel the and who had been gazing into her re marked I may Im all that by I havent got any Indian blood iu my When Henry Clay was a lawyer and used to travel the circuit lie never like the rest of the to go to Clark Litigants wore in thu habit ot meeting the attorneys at sv creek on thu road to Winchester and there their services for Clay came along on one occasion in his Two men were at the creek seeking to retain One had accused other of stealing his and the accused wanted to bring suit for at heavy Tho latter secured On tho trial the in the case proved conclusively that he had not slandered the lur lie had stolen the After the speeches were all made Clay went out and the jury Presently the jury with verdict for thn do Just at that moment Clay entered the door of the His client hastened to him saying theyve beaten Thats all replied Clay weve got tho begum A CHAT ABOUT Ills Old Ills Home and Ills Years of In White He spoke of the martyred nnd bending over said fervently He had simple my that make great He was Thom aj Lincolns and now serving his year in the white So you want to hoar about he said to his as he rubbed his eyes to aid a memory of two de cades I might as well lead up to that great mans end by saying that m An drew Alfonso and my self wore assigned to duty at tho white J am the only We were taken to Lincolns given and wont on The real inwardness of the matter was lhat the president had received man threatening and at the time precaution ivas and scint a guard to look after About 9 oclock the bell rang and when I answered il a man said Do you know they have tried to cut Secretary How ards throat I said No it cant A few moments later he and exclaimed The cavalry are up and down the Then I grow uneasy about tho and sent out A few minutes afterward 1 saw Sena LONG tor Sunnier coming up the followed AN ALASKA Trees by Vast Fields of Wandering around near tho camp I was struck with astonishment at tho of the trees of the forest in had to be even tell with his eyes those fiery southern women were dan 1 had been at the but a short time when the chose me as his 1 walked will him As a coincidence when wo were on the I said Senator Hollam is a good A very good lie The senator afterward be came a member of the presidents cabi net and also of tho presi dents One daj he said to as wo were coming out of Secretary house ho and Lincoln al ways called me that M have received i good many but Im uol said many a brave man has lost his life because he did not Thats he thats to show you how frank liu 1 asked him how tall lie His laughed and said I am just sU foot I h in my Tlu devo tion between Lincoln and his little son who always called him Papa was something for a Whenever the president returned to thu white no matter how had heen his he would pick that boy up in his hug and carry It im to his room with h I never shall forget how Tad in to rested himself iu my Tin president was at desk when v to which wo had Within twenty j Tad opened the door and feet of our two one of which measured twelve feet en inches the other seventeen foot in circumference at the persons arm from the height of a The will you do mo a My you know I wi he o tree and u latter had its thick shaggy bark stripped nearly to the being a dead thus losing much in its meas About thirty yards from camp was a tree that gave twentyone feet in circumference at about six feet from the The most astonish ing part was that such a forest should bo found actually surrounded by ice ten or twelve miles across in every di Of course it is reasonable to suppose that trees were here before the and that this forest probably once connected with the forests of the great flat Here was undoubted evi dence that this small forest was beino just Tho president rent thu docu looked at the boy half picking up his in scribed his js the docu the old as bu held out a bit of faded paper that shook because his hand trembled EXECUTIVE presents witness Is iluly nil lu of JEU The boy was only 13 years continued He very fond of He would meet uie on the stairway and say Torn you go upstairs and mamma may 1 go to the theater and tell of nu obliterated rapidly by tho advancing I front of tho the i theater miy I would go Tad wants grinding the huge trees into pulp and splinters as surely us a grinds tho rock into Trees five and feet through were bent over and splintered as if they were while some of fallen trunks were split longitudinally into perfect kind ling was the mills of the gods grinding Nor were they grinding so very as QUO see by comparing them 3f glacial action near But probably a to a mile iway was n small clump of nto which the glacier in the past had as shown by Lhc fallen shattered trunks that lay icar tlie edge of a small from which the glacier hud now retreated a number of Out from tho bristling line of shattered tree trunks piled over each other for nearly or fully a hundred yards all the spruce trees were dead but still their whitened trunks and gaunt limbs contrasting strangely and con with the trees still covered with foliage lhat formed their back Those dead evergreens had been actually killed by the proximity to the co without its touching and either by its chilling kept up throughout the year for pro or the constant appli cation of the about their roots preventing their growth for along this there was always a marshy stream of draining the nearest muddy creek or This was true of the glacier foot not over fifty yards from our in tho for here we got our water for cooking but the ico of tho glacier had evidently come forward so fast thai the trees were rather killed by crushing of their trunks and limbs than by the slower one of the in of great masses of ico near and it was possible ito sit down on this of the Guyot probably ten to twenty feet thick at that an 1 nt the same time be under the shade of a lingo evergreen if a person desired two such cooling in fluences at tho same Thus I came to the conclusion that tho front of this glacier was like the fingers of huge radiating animal prolonging themselves outward and re at long that would require ninny human lives one utter the other to measure a single stride And itii backward erick Schwatka in Ntw York When man buys porous he to bis and to go to th I dont think he had she would Ill go with him and take good cure of Will you be sure to I guess he may It was ruy duty to stand iu of the presidents desk when he re business Of all the he would listen to any One day two southern women came and said wont you give us a pass to I was the plain sat down and after the president called them and isaid I will give you a pass to Rich writing one on his knee at the I would rather have you because if you stay here youll just in form the confederacy of what we are A young who wanted to be transferred to Hancocks carps submitted the necessary papers to When at length ho culled for tho presi dents decision he inquired very ly have you looked the pa pers said the is there anything more you says you are a gallant said Lincoln looking him in the but you aro so ber That settled Pendel was Bearing tha blackest spot in his night of the On one dark rainy day president and my sell walked over to Secretary office in the war Ho and Lincoln held a and then we started back On the stairway of the department we met a stranger looked at the president and he looked at I watched them both The man passed on his way and the president kept going but Lincoln kept his eyes on When the stranger reach ed the head of the stairs lie turned and peered over the and when we reached the pavement the president spoke for the first Fende he I received a letter from New York yesterday telling me that n man answering hie description and just like him on his way to to kill Then came that torrible of Now speaker of the and and A Lincoln were chatting in the parlor be fore starting for the had fallen and tho house was illumina Do you know the reason the preg ident went to the theater thut It had been advertised that Grunt would be but he and Lin coln went mo that the people would not be I MOT the by a crowd of men and boys nnd he How about the president He had hardly finished larking when Com missioner Nowlin and said The president has been shot through tho back of the 1 wint Lin room He had just the fron and said gome thing bus happened to the I told military secretary plainly what it He turned white as and said Dont let anyone come in the 1 was going down stairs when little who had been to Ihe National rushed into my arms and sobbed Tom somebody has killed my It was an awful I rushed through crowds on the to tailor where the president hud been passed She tine of and Lincoln me in one of the with hair and almost wild she If yon had been there would not have old deeply depressed by his own skips a score of years to tho house tragedy murder of I hands with just as ho was entering his carriage for the When the news reached the white house ITow You Kny You Arc likely to If any mm would know whether hois likely to live long or die let him inquire whether old age runs iu his family or no for the good tissues of long life arii apt to and he may commit a great many or other errors without killing himself if he comes of a long lived In like manner ho may get help towards a knowledge of the diseases to I met Secretary Lincoln coming down He was almost and exclaimed isnt this awful The night of hiy fathers On the morning after was shot he took my ami read a account of it in one ot tho His attendant had started Io read it to but broke down just as tho writer was describing Uie shooi ng Just Arthur came to live tit the house a mail culled nnd for One of the ushers told file the follow was not and 1 told him to detain him until Dins He detained him on some pretext or and when the sergeant amo the fellow started to leave hur Tho sergeant caught him by hc and the man put his in iis pistol The guards threw lim down it was found that he had i loaded Amy number of cranks come around and it lakes rained Io discern Grant was one of the greatest if and he had an ear for every snidi 1 remember landing one day at one of the white louse windows as Im sauntered ont Sor i A dont know she was colored or not met im on the steps and it us if she WHS giving him an hauling over the He moved and when she had he walked pulling t his Pendul concluded oen happy days at the white many and ones as and touching upon the present added and are noble In shn is very Quaint Old Here are sonic of the reminiscences of Isaac the venerable as sistant doorkeeper of the senate lu olden days in the senate and a sperm candle in a common brass on each sena Thoso ami two large brass oil lamps on either side of the formed the whole light of the I had to fill these lumps and we pages had to put candles and candlesticks on each sena tors The pages had to go the senate during the evening and snufF tho For this wo used big iron and during a long night session would mac two and in the middle of we would have to take out the old ones and t new A night session of the senate in the past formed a weird The flickering would fall upon the senators face as lie and when the light burned forms wo uld ho hardly The mellow lamps a softened light over the marble of tlie and made the whole look like IB ghostly pre sided over by a spectral vise Cleveland which he is prone and which excesses or other errors are likely to light up by inquiring wl at diseases his forefathers or or died Home notoriously reckoned Io be directly in like or and in a person has one of them we are not at all surprised to learn that tho discovery is a explanation nml o think nc more be Bui it not really an iMon it is an indication af the direction in which the explana tion has yd to he If i boa how does hap pen that ii 11 Ihe children of same unsound or mother do not suffer in the way How is twins living Ihe same conditions have not as now and then they same diseases thn In hereafter il is noi nally meant thin disease itself is actually inherited by in Unit would bo born with il what is meant is that the latter inherits cer tain organic constitution being likely ID that pathological ihv the ordinary iies of is described as constitutional predisposition or to cy to the Wo do in the least know what is the intimate nature of the but wo know that il may be greater or loss in and that it is thought to be so groat in oases if the mon turned anil so likely Io be transmitted to children as to a serious 1 ii an to having fallen in are of the existence to them in their fami lies are not a little troubled sometimes with of nnd ask medical whether they shall marry or Iu end they commonly what ever the advice given having that he was not but a form of vi olent hysteria hut the lung was not constitutional but the of a neglected cold that ho insanity was not inout come of family do gen or a but an ac on the head which was the Would Ui havii been peopled had reason been potent enough to quench the hoi passion of How To Stop Musty Theres a now racket on tho road that boats Him chestnut bell all to sii id a commercial from Whenever man ells a story thai is a little or tries to e uny bad or jrao toi much about his salary or his Five The of the rage about of Persia has led to a etory on the Fred of who for a short time represented tl e United Stated at the Persian court Whun be arrived at Teheran he outside of the city by the chain of the who in tise name of the presented him with four who hud Been an elephant outside ol a was paralyzed at his situ but managed to thank the shall for his great After ho hail and had as tho duties of his his burden was the of MIS the second the intimation wi 8 conveyed that tho shah e c a n present from said as a Simla wreathed hm I have to secure one worthy of BO groat a That he proceeded in state to tho palace and presented the with five Thecham tho elephants with but oriental the inspection of a gift horse iu the tho extra elephant removed nil extra elephant cost said iu telling the story But I consider myself Dotting out of a bad scrape cheap ut Louis Republic Zeal without Uki Ira li win wt When a Co When II clung PERMANENTLY Bil Old Off Went From the A queer took place in tho Star theater not long A you rue wearing a girl sitting ahead to m move a similar hafc that sho wos girl complied with the when almost ini tho young lady was ro by lady to as it the A Mho little did as she asked do no more than gracefully remove her own offending A lev later a man behind hily H nerved himself to ask a similar favor of a like her she gave w and their re f form f Hold 44 Man nr New 1C HIM or his linns liberality in the mailer of sneers at nor says a nur rings a Theres a slicker way Clian First on of gang will step up and shake hands with silently Then another and and HO on all About limo the second hand is extended tin vic tim begins to fuel warm in his and cool and hot by turns under his and time tho third hard is ready is in a state ol col I saw a man who could stand more than four shakos of that though perhaps some of Chicago chaps have got chock enough In in by tho and crv Ifor I for ales Colorado have ouch been much pi iil for from cl ytt ot the in those states die ij filial A fur moro reliable is to in drug in unil one bo ut liom a h by under il in a fair it will ii n paid for ib will lie refer to that world or lunr known tie Meili iul is only for this of BUoll KM to warrant its in it under a Dont at and is one tiring about death that doas not know It never how no The Use of Lemons are ono of the most useful fruits In our domestic The juice of half a lemon in a glass without will frequently cure a siik If the hands be there is noth g that will remove tho stain better han a lemon or lemon and After he juico hau boon squeezed from tho emon the refuse can be used for the Lemon juice is also a very good rern uly for rheumatism and lihe socalled of In tho latter 9 the juico be taken before Tho pulp may be every particle olE iLemon juice and very ia useful ki relieve coughs and sore It must bo very acid an as is not only a but It is pood York There an women In undergoing for o Mil of Whom were gen en ced to some the in for tho torrn to all the ia ot louring II to Where Do Fashions Start In people will tell But where in Paris and by authority There is no It is like the explanation of the sup port of It rested on tho shoulders of a giant the giant stooc on the back of a turtle the turtle was sus by a dense cloud the cloud rst ed none of your business on Hut just suppose that one could solve the mystery iud stand face to face with the woman soty fashion for all tho Women country or a what an absolute queen he would lie hold original dude who iic croos tho of tho tho height of the and tho volume of ho legs for millions of his follow ha a sway that might have satisfied the greedy after he had the earth wanted some thin n is a fearful and a won BoardingHouse Never ask to be served twice iif you ow any back Steer clear the young widows who arc boarding in the Sue what kind of a game the board ers play you buy any Never appear to bo deeply interested in tlic man ho is full of of the boarder who never ban any change when the washwoman He New York Algernon is getting on splendidly on the did he say when ho last Ntw York will ox cuso the pride of the dear bey when I tall you he he was on his Ills uppers New York ou tho upper rounds ol the ol 10 URI Dubbins Soap nnd unme l logion Bave HH tind und let the Hoap do the Did you over try it If do no next Monday Asli vour for us ton man ami lita will to extinguish him than columns jf It is u and manyo lenrn thill Allenn that family for at mill a ab any drug stole Ill me n mi lion Mid T A ram TuU In tlie In thi thl B dice K oilta CAma Small Small Small i V D EN Rod thi lowing f uow ADD 1S83 of L tut mer tur f f ahu ar T0 iAM which I harj nod for tl better ha fm bjr Toum writes J u nnd ocat HI ay NO of for of a dog nnd No ft should visit the city witho it smoking 1uncli rl 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