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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Sterling, Illinois ti s forced to remind yra that you need a TH6 yellow Mexican BY WILLIAM HENRY Ifcbed by special Arrongeniont With How is the Time to Buy it 1 IIAVJB JUST IlECfitVED 1JIQ STOCK OF Palace Imperial Estate Which are offered BUILDING AND SHELF HARDWARE BANG UP Call and Get Crawford CHAPTER XVIL IHB LIST CAWAKtK AJtt lUe hostility ftrswu out by Dos Walters expedition had precipitated The how had rtrtiek Rio Frit the prommciamiento had been is tued and the populace had ranged them selves for the It an ex traordinary proof of friendship for Wal ter on Pereas part to have absented himself from affairs of tho greatest mo at such bni he found with hands trebly full to compensate I had hoped to accompany yoa part of the but that will now There is the least need of Ton have devel oped the true military It Is you Who ought to lead and I to of the for to EXCHANGE YOUR PRODUCE FOB Stove Stove Stove Goal Mittens Antonio JwndTwen Handing betldt Mm a He had in his head an idea of a sort of Prntorian of Kauf manns force might bo the nucleus of it which should support the liberator when he WM fairly to serve as a solid alliance against the instability of his own and he proposed to Walter a high command in tiponded the yonngermaa all that I have done has been only a desperate sort of invention inspired by my It is not likely I could repeat it in any other I should have no stomach for military Ufe as everybody to his arrangements with Carva jal had been successfully It was expected that Carvajal himself would be met and from there he would Bend with them an accredited agent of own to put them in posses sion of the to which a swift had already been dispatched with del Prado and his party had safely reached Bio Frio under the guidance of and after but brief delay bad continued on their Peres said that the general had shown himself much enraged at his involuntary identification with the It was really a pretty good Joke on the old he he was very abusive and insulting about it He was even disposed to refuse the safe conduct I offered I will not join your cause I am not of you I want nothing to do with he Join whom or what you answered but at present this young lady must meet her think I should not hare stood it so well had there been no one but himself but of coarse every had to be put up with for the youg And how were they likely to get on the rest of the way First rate the road offered no danger though I should not like to promise as much Walters cavalcade was semiattached to the train of a large military force moving towards It was sur rounded with a peculiar consideration through the efforts of It was to be especially des tined for the whom the of his partisans were every moment ex pecting in this part of tho In any annoying or tedious situation it was only necessary to cry Arms for the general I Supplies for the gener al I to have room promptly for it and a commodious place opened to the front There were plenty of wild spirits in the upon whom it was necessary to keep an ever vigilant They would have been glad at any moment to plunder the along the but such license must have re sulted in and Walter repressed it with prudent A hot fire of revolution to flame np around the treasure train as it It had to be almost constantly in line of for there was no telling at what point the danger wonld break out Pueblahad expelled its garrison and declared for the insurrection Tlaxcala was in a state of siege and more or less successful revolt was heard all along the line as far as Orizaba and even The lovely peak of Orizaba at length hove in its snowy top showing above a rugged maw of rosy red amid a fertile green At the station of Walter overtook most nn expected del Prado had indeed got himself into trouble by his abusive It appeared that the enterprising Capt Carvajal had em ployed his leisure in a small operation on his own He had aaaed tha railway train on one of its last down ward in spite of a between tha contending parties that ii should bo exempt from and held the passengers for Most of them ware tot bat dsl Prado and his party the upon theory that even ivttaeaa of common prodeaoa to hlslslk would Amy nad Again but a brief glimpse of She saw martial leading his and was im pressed to the utmost with ft sense of her rwn feebleness at the sight of that strong masculine Ever tha v had in the garden she had beea think Was she to go Mtck to New York and sum as the re sult of it simply that she bad been dssed by a handsome man in Mexico She tingled shame and blushed with pleasure at the same Did he kiss me M men will 1dss al most any silly girl who win let them she demanded of or can 1 ex Surely he is too ale to have treated me unless he meant to express a tender As to Don a sort of sternness iiad settled upon as result of his Incessant labors and hairbreadth and he had at the moment little earnest thought for anything outside of his project So great were the difficul ties that had risen all around and so great those UKit might easily vet re that he thought it impossible he should ever get out of the country with his It wan like a He knew he shtfnld be if even at the last and wrecked as it were in port He only at If anything should happen I should never come seeing her face What nonsense we shall meet very soon in New real warrant had he for such uneasiness now that he was so near coast The most definite one he could formulate wot that his finding he delivered no supplies and had no connec tion with any real strategic movement might at last divine the truth and fall upon him to despoil him of his What meant the uncanny look1 he thought he surprised sometimes in the eyes of Antonio Gassol Treason had part in the expedition thus Sure ly the trusty lieutenant and enV cient had not learned the secret and begun to cherish thoughts of play ing him false As to why should they not appear to be delivered on to be used in along the coast He soon in an order from the liberator to this procured for him by the good offices Perez brought by a This was offered as his reason for separating from the ex peditionary These latter were to bide awhile at to await the result of some Machiavellian schemes which had for their object the opening f the gates of Vera Cruz which still ad ered to the government Valter could not enter Vera Cruz with hem even if the bargain were success nl for what he carried was not of a The How had sceBdamuchlcFftgw and to A second blow was wadited by muffling remlted only in a flesh wotmd on his and K tWrt conld be Walter wsji on hU wtrfter ih his The would be waawin escaped the shcrt and ran thrtmgh the raDjing his compatriots after sad all fcVl to gether to the deeper heart of woodL They were but a small minority of the the ringleaders having cotxntsd cm over the rest after the first blows had been racoetsfnlly struck and the ad vantage was The flight of Gassol would have ended the whole farious attempt bnt that he to re ceive aid from a most unexpected quar What it was best be eiplained by returning briefly to the of Amy She entered Vera Cnu just as the plot lor its betrayali oat in some active among the lower This plot was to lacking the coopera tion of the time battered fortress of San Juan de The on their isolated rock in the a mile or two from mutinied according to the bnt their efforts were baffied i by the Intrepidity of a single their commamding Ha loaded a cannon with grape and discharged it into their ranks M they advaseed tapon Again and again they moved bnt still he fired with telling efftot disheartened at their losses and unwilling to dolay they tookntt merous boats at the landing place and pulled off to aid their friends in the But the government adherentA had gained courage from apparent re buff to deal vigorously Wltb thereVoH around They wefo drawn np In force at tuft edge of the and received the ooats with a destrneravV Some begged for quarter and wert THE frHOWTfl OF ANCtSMTS SOOtttOTHE HOUMWftH WATER The labor sattogdcrlces of fssMnirig luws not M a geuaret thing bwsft by Fnr most part thing fs iocs by ifiocbftnics who hsrs a busiaeH Krhstwt trrr droppiftg of ttJUtr tlitongh rnnsfi hole in a jar wan by theOreYlm nnd the tho water being either measured in the jar irate which it flowed or by means of a floating of wood in A Occasloftany tery weiUfhy ancient Greet of Roman had a clepsydra that sounded wUjtcal note at intervals of an The story of King Alfred And hin twelve of whioh burned for exact ly two Is well The hour Klaai is of early We read thai ih history of New York thw toldlers used glansM w hen defend Ing the city inorder thtit they should know at what time to mount At what pprlodl in the worlds tun dish came Into use It in IrapnEslble even to The UhnldpaiiR were ftccujtouuil to hang s bend in a hollow In such position the slmdow thrown by the bead would point j directly to the whkih marked on the Inner side of old clock on the eastern end of Fanenil w formerly a others foundered and a few of those in ths rear made off to the northward and socoeeded in landing on the As Amys sailed out The word liorologe horologla means hour and Iri very early applied io nny machine for tolling the Previous to the of the pendulum these were Very in reliable af The of those erected In Canterbury cathedral In SJid at in 1288 and many other places at those early are still in The earliest description of horologe is that of one sent the sultan of Egypt In 1283 to the Empe ror FrederickiL It resembled tial in whichi the luoon and planets being impelled by r and so thatthey pointed out hour day and night with A horologe from Dover Castle1 was eiliibitioa some years ago in It Jaore the date and was exhibited in good going 7ATBXR OF CLOCK fROST and faculty at Tha fact of it Hmn WWg an inventor flow not mean that his will benefit eotnrirnaity at The greatest In this country hsa saH that It lakes better Ability and mow of it to money out of nn Invention Hi on it does to Intent ThebcRt business ability is not always found on email and most fiufttui we relatively capital employed is relatively with business und orgKriiting devise some thing that can be manufactured at rela tively and Rive to the farmer the benefit of their organized bunness and inventive In Which Block could be cared for In tho best way at the least wan not on a It a streetcar managed and organized by the highest grade of boldness Two men could feed ISO In a Very short The water not carried to the it piped All of the re ceptacles for drinking water were oh the tame and all that was necessary wan to have these connected with a common and as long ai that full of Water the at stall were full to the same IcreL Thus by supplying at one place in the barn all were The stall drinklnglRmntiilns ot recepMclea were supplied through one Inch iron pipe froma tank which was on the same This latter tank need not be hut could have connection with some outelde a windmill this connection should be through a ball which wauld open as tank became empty and close aa it be came i The feeding in the stable mentioned is done by means of carts which run over the tops of the A simple track is stove A fl DOUGLAS SHOE SHOES enclotlni sort to pass the eyes ofthe custom house and one set of custom house offi was certain to be succeeded by an mule bells of his winding train through dark tropical forests hat inspired reflection and amid ilantatimia of coffee and be neath rich parasitic growths of orchid and and post with monumental decayed where ndian women with trays of fruit on heir ignorant of the gave hem smiling The second day after separating from they came to a small whioh theycross ed by means of a basket suspended on a rawhide the animals farther up could be seen an ingenious xldly arched foot bridge made of grape vines swung from tree to At this lace some heavy cannon ihots tha direction of o the of which they had akea their They at first thought lie city might have been bnt firing was of too short Antonio Qaasol acted inan odd way at the in Walters her Tons to keep back on ward bank nnmber of the laden while the rest went The young commander felt that his aus piciona were highly but broke any possible pro ject of tills He was also warned oy the agent of Carvajal of some peon liar doings and he happened upon Gas sol in a little group of men conferring who slunk away at sight of bim almost as if detected in something in the peculiar rslattoa in tiwHraow stood to each to baethsu It WM not yet too late the American tnioUter bad sot tfcay ww of port thef usiUade of this combat her last view of that country so by the bounty of but marred by the perversity of The mutineers from the took to the woods a brief of they enCouUftered the of Gassolj happily made their acquaintance withoutcomizigto proposed thema new UnscrnpultmB aa thsy they were readily the promise it It early in the feeling impolitio to men too muchtimft for had summoned loailirig the boats even before the last stsmhad paled from the A littloCreek afforded a favorable point of embarkation and shel ter for At dawn all hands were actively engaged watched over only by a small In this preme moment of deliverance aroee pejv a moro imminent peril than any that had yet baeu The confederates burst from the In su perior force andcharged with shouts that inspired By what beneficent that a small who bad ascended the creek to recover a boat that had drifted a little way np with the tide were just thenon theii re turn They were in the thicket ta such a way that it was possible for them to assailants at closequarters in both flank and Their numbers were magnified by their concealment Their wholly unexpected fire staggered the marauding ranks and stopped their The men at the boats re formed behind the any thing and everything that afforded a semblance of the tables were qnlokly turned the fierce assail were scattered right and and forced to fly in wild leaving a large nnmber of slain upon the Doa Walters sickened him at tha sight of dead bodies ionos Here lay maay of those who had fought bravely for him at at the and at the There riddled with tha1 disfigxired cone of Antonio GassoL He could not They seemed to be chiefly those who had been held prisoners at Lake and who might thus have dis covered the real contentsof the bags if they bad done why bad there been noevideuce of it before After bis nervous dread grew open and surprised himself repeating the mot If it be tis not to pome if it be not yet it will there was nothing he save to redouble his circumspection and dili and he endeavored toconduct himself in all respects just as He sent Corvajals lieutenant and two of his own men to and if possible havo hersin readings against his Pray there has been no norther to blow her off the ha By great good fortune they found The lieutenant boarded bar and came ashore again with of ths and tho men returned to say that she was standing off and on along the ready to respond to their That which waa to be ma final one in he retired He could have slept bat a little aaemed to so fnll of was that be bad not slept at he was sud denly awakened by the discordant cry of a macaw iu the branches over There were shadowy forms ojf men lurking is the and Antonio had beensteuitag hto with 4 to Walter had set up his camp bed wider a hastily formed of uaajf piled np in close ptcwimity ware some of saflozM tiui any persoual only at mart that of aias of loflVf but think that this of naturally good had meant to be all thai together with his BOOS was faithful and honest in his of locks and in bnt hehad flattered like a moth mto the candle and succumbed to a beyond the strength of his weak nature this fatal gold had drawn him on to mmlniyis and crime For truly might the old tradition of ill lock in the Yellow Snaka been deemed verified There was no occasion now for further The glorions light of ing filled the sky and flushed tho that lay like a floor beneath givingi to the latter tender pink and green and amid all thaae opaleaetet glowed milky wMte sails of the gently swelled with a favoring t The violanofl of the winds and was yet to be it is bet these were of little momsnt oompawd the malevolence of For well nigfc a he WM hither and was beset by all ob stacles by which winged at the of tha great may be at he between the minor on either joined the ble perspective of and was at New la a KiUns WftUerl what in thunder yon given me here Icalled tripe bat this is the stringiest staff ever Waiter after critical Just as I That cook of ours in awfully and instead of honeycomb shes served up a piece of Turkish Perhaps youd like something When the1 ceremony of feel is in otturefa M priest Mag nctodby M wax who Judas and suebU Q aBBoammo a am Jl leading jeielijf House in Mini IS Eli was the father of clock Tasking industry in this no but a Jackknite and he made at Terryvilley Litchfleld Hebegan thebusiness in In year 1800 young men to The works i of his clocks now cut out several dozen at a owing to the bnviiieMi rapidly They afterward nit together when he had a mall stock of clocks ready would make trip to whdtwtts then called tlie new just acrosa tho lower and sell i the clocks for about f 20 the movemons In 1807 Sin Terry fitted mill with machinery and took a contraet to fonWaUrbury n 1806 ho the works COO clocks t Previous to this time the wheels lad beenmarked Out with squareand corapasd andtheiteethcut iwrtha very inie Terry made the patterns and managed bnsinessv but lef If his orkmen to do parts and went himseif front house to house to He often carried back to salt pork and farm produce In nyment for his At that time Terry was but twentyfive ypAvs he was worth ntCEEABK OF THE The busineeswas sold outin 1810 to ethThomas and Silas two of Terrys leading and erry devoted himself to inventions and Other concerns sprang up this the price of clocks was reduced from to and 8J The greatfamily of Yankee clock wddlers grew out of the competition of he and with two or three docks in their saddle bags started out to the south and the then far west The btudness was revolutionized in 1814 iyj an invention of shelf clock of old asbioned This clock WM A and called ecrollitop Terry sold hispatent to Beth Thomas for Thair at from to a year And tteyi made about Shortly ward Terry SIDE the and plain cart with an opening at the end and side is The Of whatever is placed in the which is pushed along above the stalls by a man who distributes the proper tity into tfie feed This saves all other The or cut distributed in the sane bat of being taken out at the end of the cart it is taken out at the so that none of it gets into the feed but rather over it and on the It may be taid that bay cannot be distributed in proper quan titiesfrom a cart of this I under that business men who studied the economical feeding of stock never feed hay in bulk or iulooea but that it is cut and fed as a chop feed one kind or The same true of fodder of any kind of The feed in a barn of this kind is prepared above and dropped a hole in the floor into the Usually it Is prepared in large so that one can draw a slide and let it fall into the box without unnecessary In the plan herewith is shown a straightforward kind of a stock nr ranRed according to the general The stalls face each other in two and over each is a track for the cart above There are many details In connection a barn of kind which may be For the floor idea of a heavy board floor laid on sleepers with space below MB cer tainly not calculated to contribute to the goodcondition ofthe The filth which would render foul such a building would no more health ful for stock than for human The stock has a market and its health contributes to the profit of those engagtsd in caring for If a board floor is used it POLL LIHrOF BELUBLB EH6RAVIN8 AND REMlBIKfl vt Ssxt Bocff to MtUooal V OFFERS TO OONSlTMEnS HARD and SOFT Noneof thefamily U now the clock J bucmessi In1839 the elder Sath andllis eldereon sitoceeded omM1 becanwlsecretary of the Beth Thomas Clock1 company1 when it was or BW dlod in 1888 treasurer of the ishis SelhEl There aro several tower1 clocks in New York none of whiob strike the It aa alu tune f usual to denaandiin a clock more than a minute One Hall has aVeraged a variation jess aseconia At the variation has not exceeded two sco In nmicliyRa sale now ten eeoondsamonth most fad GhegoryHodson in Ban AT BEJVEOOK TILING AND SEWER PIPE A Call and sea mo on Second Passenger PACKING Whan conMupn aulphae matoh the piwsphcrus burns with a pwv pfyffi then the Sulphur with a yel vand last of all the wood glows witfe reddish rays Fromnoticing that color In BIr John lobg suggested these oolofs might to idwitif jmhstanoeo wing Htumi Unwi be thjrew out now byits aid to teUwhateleimeBU not only in the batin tlie curs 8taw shbald laid en a ebnerete should drain to proper conente gut of which thoroughly washed out A vakanite or tar pavement would be a good InvestmeBt a stock sads4 the same soft not to injars ths stock that is constantly standing on it It oonld be properly slanted and to that by sUMhing it could be kept entirely The writer ones wftde a for a trantfer company that exsptoyed a large number of TheM coupes were on ths mrst and the ataUs were on the seeond tarprcof floor of wood was made through teltaud Jknjr solid watsrpiwrf no matter aowbart it will leJnre the stock wheta standing on provided it is PJWP In arUek writer has to adopt the principles of ooastmoclon adopted w first otassftrttt ear haras to cms to Us by astook tor of and Hnaupitttafe OR the wooed is DEALEH8 IN FirstClass Meats Of all by the pound or Corned Rendered Frenh JOried Genuine Pork TBESp KVEIIY and Highest Prices paid to fanners for their y at PACKING MEAT Opposite e The nmtfataurficsl has recently work calcukUon of pwfwmftcl the heart Hte awd give work of heart inwijtosaad It that haart beats aixtyulue times each minute and throws bittwl thunr Wwougb af m iGf Curs of A childs teeth should be confided to the care of a dentist while they are mak ing thfcir If the dentist to properly versed in bia profeeaioii a record of the childs physical tendencies as well tut the if its den and to these notes tie from GAS AMD Keeps Wood Iron Repairing Promptly TAKE DOWN Good Work and Fair Fitees f Under txptftti RAILWAY unrivaled JacllittM for transit tlie Important and Mortfiern Mtooe Nortli and Boitth Heonuka awl The nUn aervloe is oareJuUy tiuted to iceet the rebulreoienls of thTNigoaQa lotal and includes FAST TRASK8 Dlnlnf SltsplBj OailtBd Kunniug Solid between Chlcsg9 and OHIO AGO TO for Stw TOnth of once a FREE REQUKWtt I fO Via Council A
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