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Pocahontas Record (Newspaper) - May 19, 1887, Pocahontas, Iowa POCAHONTAS MAY 19, 188T. 5. the BotHy Ami on hor rosos roa oj a droam for that swoot As OS any pool's liny I'll bo his loving And the pathway hy his my boy to manhood reap bright honors now He'll smooth the pathway that I The doting mother proudly light life's battles nobly through Ami win them boy bo day I'll wear the crown of The and groat shall my name With and road tho glowing thought ready pen with truth has Wy work shall live when I am boyish lips with fervor I the years The saw her lover mother sits with broken moan Kuch day TliC youth hoart wag sot on tamo Sank tho of sin and weary hearts toll on and blessed light will dawn somo day 1" round tho pathway lloa The goldea wealth of sunny Through restless longings btt wo Our greatest share of present And only faith In Him above Cau bring us aught peace or ill Detroit free BOY Sign of tho Love Doc first caino to live iia it WHS in tho early He was a littlo witli a palo face bony and looking and rather straw-colored hair on his 3io;ul. Thoro was no face and and yet lie was not hard Hu was Only that and nothing Only a pea in a pod where a dozen peas of similar Only a little with not redeeming feature except his They wore only remarkable for the pathetic ex that lingered What light that ever flashed from thom was of that east that one ob sol ves lingering on tho horizon after day's rain has in a humid lost his That was tho iio bound us to Sho was but in her soul dwelt tho same of maternal love and cherishing that aro supposed to ilium tlie souls of those grand whose white hands have never against ahard and Sho had and her littlo as only a fond mother ean nourish and cherish a weak and fragile liver on the slip had stood between him and all the streams of adversity that vaged their cabin iu the she died Doe took it to heart to a than any of us thought Ho had been such a pettish that wo that only his could We Doc was oilier than his I remember how mother used to toast the bits of brown corn 1ucad. softened with tho sweet and how sho used to put in a big lump of that brown mush sugar in liis so as to induce the little fellow to know his ma is she used to we must try to keep fiom missing her in every wny we were Wo were taught tho grandest lesson in lunnan creed of could not get him to join us very ii in any He was too weak But when tho afternoon sun the the great pine forests 111' creep out on tho sunny side and wo would ail just our sports Sometimes ho would up from his and with his full of ho would exclaim ma is I can't never see lier no Then ho would on a littlo bluff that overhung the dark waters wo could our and then cast our crude tackle in tho gloomy eddies where the played in fitful wavos of light and Doc did lovo to Wo would dig ill the heaps for muckworms or skin tho pine logs for and then wo would carry his tackle for and walk and help him across tho and when ho would catch a mudcat wo would say it was a fine was not an He sang those old-fashioned songs for which he had heard his sing. I havo sat and listened to his as tho echoes ran riot among tho caves and till the big owl tho with a mocking fit of insane old song comes back to me with tho quaint rhythm as I writer He sent his servant to tho Where was you must go to mo own master Ef namo bo Then thoro was another stanza that very affecting as she tho bolls they were And every toll they seemed to I know tho old song would not attune well to a parlor and doubt if you could play it on a grand Hut there was a of tho thing that stirred my youthful soul to its spring began to grow and finally developed into tho maturer charms of Summer with tho drone of the at and lazy Lawrence dancing on tho worm Summer sweet summer Tho peaches ripened mid and corn silks began to Doe said if the first silk you saw was a one you would bo healthy and lucky tho of tho The he saw that summer was a moan as if his little heart would bl and 1 am not say cry not tho Lord take our dear tooP asked my Thy brown eyes havo been to earthly scenes for many closed your bands above still heart a long time and the tall pines shed from their drooping bows distilled dows of heaven your lonely and yet in dreams I see that face often and never accomplish a good or am guilty of n bad one but yours Is tho first namo that Hushes through my A man way have ton thousand oven two well but never but one Blessed bo that holy name above all earthly treasures most Kai reil and longest the spring days grew warmer and timid wood violet's peeped forth on sun longest our protege grow more There a faint lingo iii his after ii abort walk about green grow tho pines touched up ft lew gay tufts ol l' and from of gold dimt of tho f The led witU golden nnd and iii and hill wUU doll pi i llin lit 11,.. one tlie signs and sayings he taught He told us that if wo saw the new moon iu a clear sky it was Ho told us if we killed a our best cow would Ho told us that tho knots in Old Beauty's mane we went to feed her in the Beauty was our caused by the witches rode her the night and used these knots for Then ho said old my favorite took a spell of crowing women hens is apt to come to some bad a blue darter hawk killed old Dominicker tho very next began to ho stout and strong Ho looked on jacket and littlo breeches he wore when he first came to our house iu a sort of pitying for his arms had more and his short legs had grown and Doc began to bo a right good-looking after came with her sad eyes and sobbing Autumn hail a deeper significance than ever for there were portentous tidings wafted from afar on every breeze that wandered through the A big white lomet blazed in tho and Doe said that meant Doe was a Ho was fifteen years but few would havo believed it. His eyes still had that faraway expression in He was older than his That was a winter long to bo Gray uniforms were seen at the last yearly held in and tho preachers at that meeting spoke words that sounded harshly in our untutored women hummed warlike and wore eager to tho last remember how crimson on Cousin Sue's brown cheek she rattled Huzza 1 blue Hag so for tho sword that Southern wearl At tho first frolic tho fiddler wore a red feather in his liat and played talked and women and the warm blood ran riot in the Southern to aire you to bo a Your It Is too they are too And your cheeks too red and faeo a cannon And sing sing Sure you my dearl One wintry night the Northern sky burst into a deep and we knew that tho of aurora borealis was burning on tho brow of Doc said that was tho sign of Every thing was the sign of Wo had noticed tho orni nous on tho back of tho locusts in tho Captain Jack liai ney muster every and tho tramp of tho squadrons shattered tho slumberous depths of tho knew that Doe had mot Lucy at tho and I that he had followed hor every movement with a fascinated Sho was not grown but she was all Sho was and the young men her for iv when played around tho merry and Doe sat and watched were stirring Men and women shattered the fetters of conven and grow from boys to men and from girls to women witli marvel a Doc pulled with way of it was that they all played and as they needed one more to bo tho and ho won in big kept from flopping over their eyes by wooden inserted in grasped the plow while girded about their waists kept tho skirts from trailing in the they were made of those Women of tho wo had to work a great deal harder and had time for fishing than Doc helped Ho was though still a compared with other first timo I saw him twirl a strand of golden lovo vino his head and cast it on tho bushes I Was Doc told me that ho had named it and if it grew he would know she loved and if not ho would bo He was getting too deep for our philosophy whole year rolled and on tho next spring tho love vino reappeared and grew on the Doc saw it and ho was Ho was not an ardent Ho worshipped at a The young follows who came homo on furloughs wore very gallant and deferential toward This must have worried but ho gave any came that call for that plucking of tho of Southern remorseless Paxton was and ho must go to tho war his mother and Lucy to fight harder battle at The that of war whose approach was dreaded so ho told us ho left Doc followed him out to the After a short talk the of departed after shaking Doc by tho learned he said with a radiant when he came enrolling says that John can stay at homo if he can get a I'm gwine to bo his course John Paxton did not want to agree to the It looked unmanly for him to and send a littlo fellow like but tho latter ain't got nobody to keer if I get hurt be the You've got Paxton he yon ought to stay mako tho Bo I want to git to bo a big somo I want to I'm gwine as your And ho littlo Friend and playmate of our His delicate form that had been so and cherished by his doting our mother had loved liim as one of her they brought him wasted with privation and and tho hectic fever burned on his he looked very much like our littlo old It was springtime again There was a lull in the wild tempest of Bronzed and bearded our heroes came Bowed with ragged erans of a hundred There were so many heroic deeds that the recital of daring greiv They did not like to talk about it. Our Doe had been inch a Ho had acquitted himself He was going to as so many stronger men had without a stain on his fair It was Lucy hand that plucked the sweet bouquets which found their way to his feeble It was her mother who sat with our mother and counted the pulse beats of our Doc as lifo was fading fast day ho roused himself from and with a in his I had never seen ho asked me to go and see if the had I did as ho and found tho golden threads entwined tho low gallberry it ho asked whan I came it is running I it. That's a shore I'm so King can drink tho best ot 8ocari; has enough he would cah not rain Nor ean 1. tho me my lord tho King and surround hls and Or mako their for bo ne I lord King that's Betwixt me ilo In Or fawn and flatter when they would Or cruel pomps oppress my statu Heaven bo thanked 1 here you see More 'twixt King and has his with Jests and he'd Ho has his and his But not a child to kiss his lips 1 And that's a sad to seo Betwixt my lord tho King and mo. the cop ho tho that? I sloop on straw und ho on What of And ho's the King and I'm the Of that? If happy I and Wretched Perhaps t he King would change with away this am bo rapidly aild year will Sco a booni Ij Thd wll olt tho shore of Bouth oil Island and thoro will ba somo races between tho crack C. B. B. R and AV. R. Stephens have clippers that nro to Mr. Lassie beat tho craft last year and won tho international but tho havo Up sonw from the and to Over canoes built on the model to take tho cup home Several of tho Now York men who havo been In Southern waters the winter will return In timo to take part in tho will bo some lonR coast cruises this year In Balling canoes and river trips in birch Ono oi tho most river SOFTLY story R fr S spreading 8UCCC33-lully saw Simon's small shabby shop still saw 1 g oes AND MRS. Simon's Sally sowed Simon's six Saber Heth sold simple Sam Sold sagacious Stephen sold sceptical Saul sold os a says a in tho is as old as tUa art of hollowing out a All savages that climbed in the Boalo a peg or two above Mr. Crowley Ttio Britons skins over wicker and perilously across Prom tho hollowed log are made tho rudest and also tho most oratt propelled by tho When tho Chinook Indian too old lor tha chase or tho warpath ho boglus to build a and he works at that for tho rest of his Ho has primitive and he has to live to a pretty ripe old ago to finish tho Tho aged savage a suitable tree near tho water and foils it with infinite labor and a sharp Thou ho cuts out a log oi tho proper length and builds a tiro on top of it tj burn out tho Ho must watch his and prevent it from eating its way through tho sidea by tho log wot it is not to bo As tho wood ho diga it and after a white tho log is hollo was the last word ho over Paxton is the wife of an honest She is a good and sho points out a littlo mound in the old graveyard to her when they go meeting and they scrape away the green mold and tho and spell out tho letters on M in Faithful is a but has read a great deal and is an exceedingly entertaining IIo was at a church social tlie oilier evening and was entertaining somo of tho young ladies of tho congregation when ono of them seem to know something about nearly every Mr. You must havo traveled a great spirits seemed to Ho paused a moment and then I I'm tho father of an that never sleeps except in tho day I truthfully ho went on I havo traveled a great A very I'm a. I heaved a sigh and loft tho noT AT Then begins hard work of fashioning tho and tho Chinook naval architect sometimes carves an stem and spends years at the He dies just about at tho time wl tho canoe Is ready to bo and leaves the crowning bi hla lifo as a legacy to his The whoso original habitat was west ot improved on tho by building his boat of birch and ho built it so well that the white man has been unable to improve For the Indian's and the voyager's use the open of tho original built either of bark or tUln cedar la the best that can bo and whito builders follow its Hues closely in their craft designed foi river ashing and Thi decked known as tho Rob i simply tho Aleutian kyak Tho original Rob Roy was built by Adjutant John ol the Scottish In 181)5, and was by him on a published story of his cruise of as a pleasure boat and establish as a tho bark had been used by Canadian waters long before his tho birch bark and tho Rob Roy was propell jd by tho pad Macgregor did venturo to hoist a small sail when ho had a free wind and so voile ved tho monotony of the voy ago and his By paddling out to sea and even tackling the fabulous iu tho Gorman Ocean Macgregor proved that hm was a seaworthy craft when rightly and inspired in the to imitate him in making voyages in boats that seem frail enough to bo knocked to pieces by the a trout's Macgregor's timo tho methods of building canoes have wonderfully although tho general shapo and model havo boon altered very But with tlie advance of canoeing as a sport tho uso of tho sail has grown in and tho boAts are built deeper and provided with and all appliances Some of the and racing canoes are elaborate and carry quito a largo area of Tho to tUo size of tho boats to turn canoeing into yachting on a largo and tho associations were obliged to check tho by tho dimensions of caneos and imposing such na would keep tho sport within like tho original Tho have gone to tho extremo of building racing canoes that carry throo hundred pounds of lead ballast and iron Such craft aro nothing but an who sticks to and because ho loves tho and o very thing out of in- a cedar aholl that weighs only ton For and river a canoa that u man can pick up and carry on hoad or shoulders is heavy and tho la tho proper of tho lAan who has worked In the or at the doak a summer outing with tho means now life and Coming with tho ho tako jusi as much as ho and rest when ho Paddling brings into play tho of tho anna aud tho tho double blado more oven than tho single Opea canoes like tho oro by ia John who explores somo long stream overy As a result of his outings with tho pad die the hard good a sturdy frame and a cheerful GIGANTIC Marino Closely tild Seal or of weeks agd the Chicago printed a of tho restored l-a malna of tho clophas or mam in Washington Territory and now fourteen foot in the rooma of tho Chicago Academy oi in the Exposition C. F. tho Coast writes concerning another remarkable animal onco inhabiting tho same timo ho a vessel landed i San Francisco a lot ot that probably would not havo brought tivo if put up unexplained at but was guarded with jealous care by tho who evidently considered It worth ts weight in silver at This valuable consignment to an scientific tutlon was composed ef not new attractive but old rusty that had boon through As eating as they they had a decided aa representing one of the most of animals that only a few years ago existed iu groat numbers on tho western coast of North but in lew seasons were utterly mo of tho moit instances on One hundred anil ago waa an interesting point to and from the fact that tho possessors those bones lived thoro in great were huge somewhat resembling tho existing but veritable attaining a length In cases of and a weight of live or six In appearance they great but were provided with a horizontal liko which must have been an organ in tho They are described by tho who to have boon tho first to observe as. being of a brown with lighter indistinct The akin was ot great thickness and protected by a heavy growth of so woven and together that the skin is described as the trunk of an to His success emboldened and so tho boy and the girl pulled and both woro painfully conscious of their own that they pulled in brother John was nearly Ho waa a dutiful boy nhd Ills 11 Ho for and for and thoy ni and ami nro used largely iu tho is made from whito and ogg oil from the The egg oil 1b for oiling egg and wool In tho woolen Then thoro aro ogg luid Kgg stills in Franco nt tho rate of cents pur Louis a paper a fow tho editor tho and nook and ill tho wants to and meet tho of Waa I'll al their will bo able lo ileal ail vt ' nmd by two ono tu tho bow ami ouo la tho Ing aud on A canoa tw la n a Uno with a on ono but U to handlo a thut A tura ol biado just beforo It tho water tho Olia A Alt In Uia it light boat drive it aii troni 11(10, 1 IMU oh titilla by OP TRE were t in their two horny masticating plates with which they ground up the upon which thoy fed. In fact they seemed the veritable ox on of tho grazing among the gro at bods ol kelp or much as do the oxen of the land ot the to 17-13 they woro unmo but 3'oar ship wrecked upon island aud a warfare tho groat At thoy woro killed to afford tho m food and later wero destroyed In every vessel stopped killing oft until tho year 1709, last of tho race was Restricted to u very amali and help thoy fell oasy victims to the sailor and are now known by a few aud their parta in the varici while aa to their habits abso nothing ot value ia Tho first attempt to collect somo of their was made by tho ho in actually bringing line and largo collection of When I first made the ot Europeans on tho Isla thoy told me waa little of finding any thing in Uila for tho company had offered IBO rubles fo without But before had boon many hours on land I camo 1 know that largo and small collections i bones woro found hero and thoro in the huts of Those 1 paying for thom such a that tho than his neighbors woro a groat part of tho malo population now began to search for bones very a 111 thla way I a quantity 0; largo boxes or with among which woro throo very completi and others more or leas American has been equally and several good havo been iu the Nation groat ia but a of many that have been by Tho groat tho Labrador the aad America tho lattor not quite are but a few that bo Tho great auk is now fio iu tho s that good worth ono Baud and oU the skins ia aro well Among the largo animals that havo away during tho ago of man noue a greater interest than tho mammoth and Its tho tho even attor yeara of being found In great numbers on tho ot the tho ot those giunta is but thoro is reason that in: had some connection with lived with showa by the ilia ot human bones hi tho aamo deposits with those of tho selfish sold SilaS sold j Some seventeen Simon's second son Samuel saw Sophia smart Sophia Sophronia Sam soon showed strange Sam seldom selling Sam sighed sought several Simon scolded said Sam seemed ao silly singing such Sam should slight such splendid summer said said Sam's some 1" 1 Stop such Simon seized Sally's smashed Sallys spool s. set in I Sam's silliness shall I Scowling stopped a 10 p w a r d. Sally Summoning sho poke sweet seems singularly stop smoking spending r 110 u B 1 stop soos stop stop Bell sad sell saddles see So phia Sophronia Spriggs she's she's so secure Sophia said standing since sire such Sophia Sophronia sighed Sophronia Samuel spouse sounds she should Seen Sam spied Sophia starching Booing Sam she stopped saluted Sam stammered Woman Tolls How Hor tlic f WaiJ ago of Mr. to bed for ri 6iipl6 hi hams witli sioli how lie id the moment any About II month ago I woke up morning with It had been annoying me for an before Mr. Bowser caught Then ho I don't pity you a bit. This comes from cracking ill teeth and chewing so that never a and I don't chew gum once it's some carelessness of rest assured of and you must suffer for went off whistling and singing 1 wont to bod to ached for throo days iil of all During the day Mr. does I believe you are a so as to get my If you'd got tip md go around and throw off the idea that your tooth ached the pain would all go of the human come from i in it does ache no you imagine it I could go to bed and imagine my leg was and I havo no doubt that I should suffer awful I can't do any thing for If you will let your imagination run away witli your sense I can't help ache hung on so long that I finally wont to the dentist and had tooth This was to Mr. and when he homo that evening and found mo singing to tho baby he laughed long and loud and I tell you No you had a little bit of to a little imagination did tho If I had gono suggested said saddles said starling staunching shaking amiling somo swoot 1 sister said scattering such stifT Bam so Sara suddenly spoke scema Sophia Sophronia stroll seek some somo Sparkling springs shall sing sweet ahall so Bam said said stop Bam Short's Sam's swoot stood I such seek V. So Sam sought Biro Spriggs Hut what Isn asked A villain aa a explained tho nro you a bud I hopo my put auch an Ideu an that into your waa riding Slick and ho it shu wasn't to uf a vimr tins two dim tUo called you my suffering darling you'd have had every tooth jumping out of you It's mighty lucky for you that you married a man with besides his revenge camo sooner than could havo been It wasn't weeks before Mr. Bowser awoke me one night at midnight by aro you or have you become is burglars or or lire bo I've been suffering with the toothache the last three and you've laid there and snored as if you didn't care a cent whether I lived or what ean I This is the result of some carelessness of Have you cracked any walnuts in your teeth sat up in bed and jaw and glared at mo so that I was quite alarmed and went for the I gave him peppermint essence on then some oil of cloves on a then some on the end of a It was no don't believe I live to soe he moaned as he fell out of bed and began to you Arc you sure your tooth looked around after his but I bad it under the had you or thought I but I guess it was all Mr. just imagine you haven't a tooth in your you just imagine that you are an old buzzard waiting to pick my bones he roared as ho danced tied a bag of hot ashes on hia and wc put on painkiller and almost thing else in the and nono of us slept another When morning camo the ache was no and I coldly of course yon don't want to keep the house any You'd better go down and have it run down and have the draw it It will hurt of but you aro a man and can stiwd die if you will permit your imagination to make yon believe that have don't blame felt awfully for for ho suffered dreadfully for tho next two Then he suddenly decided to have the tooth and asked nie in a lone he tried to make don't you want to go down to tlie dentist's with does your tooth still but it has never let up for an am sorry you were so never know how to lake care of their Can't be ean gave me a look of clapped on his bat and was off without another He returned in a couple of and I knew from his general that ho had lieen to the and that tile aching molar had como home in his aro you 1 of tho of Who's said any thing about my having the I want to believe that you but your for tho last two or three weeks has been AND Victoria through her every poem sent to She never is paying the ponses of several persons studying in for mission work in Nilsson began under for a A few years later tho Signor had to pay tho ish nightingale a London beggar has on tho he plastered to his chest the bestow a glanco and copper on ono who can bestow widow of James K. still resides in the old at Sho is over eighty years 61 but is in good and possesses a memory of unimpaired ' the young Emperor oi who has been declared at lias assumed the full reins of His namo of grinder living in N. took liis amounting to out of his strong on Wednesday and gavo them to his son to deposit in a savings Son has not boon heard from was a One day he followed his clder who was a natural into the woods for He camo home with his eyes full of because he had shot and killed a He never went hunting Duke of father of tho Marquis of Lome and Lord Colin is a with a big and the face of a He a of bushy white his shirt ia always frayed at the he invariably wears a frock and trousers live inches too says a writer 1 the of all notable men I have about tho able to mask liis skillful as lie is in cloaking bis He is a emotional and there is about something distinctly in New York City has the following on his A patient's to doctor is a part of his disease and is most declared when the fever ia cools during entirely disappears with the complete return to All bills due upon and attendance strictly Russian peasant as watchman on an near aroused the of Jews by pounding their s tray The him into a where immersed their victim several times inj a caldron of boiling and him out into a The unfortunate peasant lingered days in great and ninny chickens havo Hiroa hero la havo thoy uU Man fer but 1 bo 11,1 family luo vu tur must bo re ferring to Will Old school of tho young man who pestered you to marry I was afraid at one time you take him to get rid of found a better plan than I am rid of him now Ho won't oven live iu tho same house with lueky What did you him to my mixing ot pulp Ita tho paper is mudo ao that it ean bo mailing nini man out West wiio says be is always sorry Christmas is Great the red-haired man who the has a double He has a red head and a Commercial Arab arrived in this try gives his name as Alusta bin We expect it but tlie uncertainty of the thing is to say you have all your lessons school little than all your a Harper a Natural is introducing his cousin to American cousin deah you're more to it than I by His been smid as a in tho But his martial Boul sinks to zero Whenever his wife's but is marks and you given me only don't you know that it is a poet's principle to leave to tlie Years of of can descended from this extinct animal called a half-developed creaturo whose tail was not consults his in your you inquired the often does it come live a quarter of an hour at the very Concord school makes it plain as sun when he says that are that there is their unity by the oneness of Ihc many enables us te firmly grasp the of tho one in the of its r. what is Tiie hour was late and h had just from the lodge That the incense we use in on my that's a 111 go to ledge 1 sr why you can't buy a few bottles of keep it in the house in case of siel at At Old Point well-mannered girl that ISliss Lukre It's a she can such vulgar and noisy is the big freckl creature with the red hair aud t crouky your 1 that's is the of wants know if wo don't want some good Indeed wo send 'em vi Wo them for but for privato You we havo just bought a and tho good dog sti we cau to toll
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