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   Weekly Call (Newspaper) - April 23, 1897, Troy, Illinois                                m THE INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINQS NEUTRAL IN BW TiflVK ft M J Editors am l Wi UU iPubllBheia and APRIL 52 OW For Superior COOK STOVES AND AND THE CELEBRATED ALL STEEL AND MALLEABLE IRON arethe best ever go to Buys and sells Domestic and Foreign Hakes Collections and Loans Money at Current WHEM COMBS Youll to build DONT BE IN DOUBT The American Revolution From an Englishmans Point of Notwithstandingthe many years that I have been studying our En glish I have never yet been quite able to comprehend how it was that those Yankees gained their in dependence during the reign of They didnt have any and they were scattered all over a terri tory that mauytimes bigger than They were mostly farmers aud didnt know anything about and I dont see how they ever beat theinviuciblo Did you say you never heard anything abolit it Is that so Well Ill tell you how it In the first place they said they didnt want to be taxed by Parliament because they Werent rep resented Well dont cher it was simply the idea of having those fanners represented u such a body when there woro lots of big cities and towns right herein England that werent represented in Parliament didnt even want to as you can King jleorge refused and when it Became necessary ho put more taxes n them but when he found that Jiey were getting pretty much riled about it he took off all the taxes ex jept I ho one on you know they should have been satisfied with but the impudent people wouldnt buy any and threw a ot of it into the Of course such a thing could not be tolerated by so wo justed resolved to pun ish them for Wo closed up their ports to foreign and sent Governors and troops over mid ap pointed officers over them but they put out a lot of our and act ually begun preparing for war by collecting ammunition and getting troops you know we didut like that fery much and so we thought wed just get un army over there and show them that we meant business and were tired of fooling with thctiK But by it didnt seem to phase them at dont chor and they got into a fight with our and Ill beblajned if they didnt get the best of usl And after that they got together and said they didnt belong to us any more aud they were a tree and they made up whole lot of reasons for it you we were going to make them prove But the blamed Yankees got one of our best under cornered and made him surrender and then the French went over to their side and sent au army and a Later the French aud Yankees together got Coruwallis come rod up with another of our best armies and so he had to surrender And after dont know just how it but we couldnt do much and our men bad to and in soihe way or other the Yankees became and if theyM come over here wed beat them all to but we had to go over and I guess our men got lost and diilut know where they were aud soigot Any way they got beat but I cant see yet how the blasted Yankees did about the We have ev you and at prices fio Our stock comprises every used our Readymade Gates and Also our Woven Picket If the United States over expects to control or aninex tue Ijlawaiiau it will have to do so pretty soon or the Japanese will have con The Japanese population if now secondhand invasion1 is taking Large numbers of the slateyed individuals are arriving on every Hawaiian gov eminent recentlydeported a lot ot coolies who Arrived from Japan in violation of the immigration laws but threats of resistance are made if the governmentHffcmpts to bar any more from laudi A Polish cho new anesthetic a stimulating of pel lei of the a mans noa for four hoi add to bis vide himself mous there 1st has invented hich ought to have et on the business said that a smal tauce broken under put him to sleep Corbett wil science and pro 4me of this sub with Fitzsira doubt of the l V The Care of Young The farm Journal gives aome very good advice on the care of oung which may interest of our readers now that the season has arrived When the chicks are due to hatch watch over the mother hen but do not unnecessarily disturb all disturbing such as other and even oisterous children away from while and for several days A sudden fright is very detri neutal to the welfare of youug If two hens are hatching at give the first chicks out of the shell to one hen aud the remaining eggs the Allow the chicks to stay in the nest until they are thoroughly dry and strong enough to scramble out from under the When removing from the nest dust the hen with pyrethrum powder keep all oils and especially ixuy mixture of away from Pyrethrum is a yellow powder aud can bo bought at any drugstore ton cents will buy enough for several Coops are often mere death traps for youug chicks that we long ago discarded Instead of coops for the very early broods we use shallow boxes 18x24 not more than eight inches high They can be stored away in winter aud when dry earth or saw dust should be sprinkled iii the bot They hold one hen and her If it is cold or snowy out aide set near a sunny window in or if warm and not windy set in some sunny nook outdoors during the warm part of the The ben is at liberty to leave the box but will not go far as the chicks cannot and when she steps down in the it will bo shallow and roomy and she cannot crush These boxes are very for they are easily cleaned and and admit all the which is the life of the growing Even af ter the chicks are large enough to run the hen will come back and hover down in the The chicks will crowd up against the out side aud can be gathered up by the double handful and set down by the the box lifted and set inside the brood Give for the first feed light bread either dry or slightly moist ened in sweet Well baked cpru broad may be given occasionally for a Moisten the crusts in sweet milk unUI they but food the soft part as it Feed often the first two weeks and give u vari They should have all they want but none to leave to keep them thriving they should bo ready each If a chick can bo kept alive until it is three weeks old it will bo very apt to live until full As they grow older grad ually extend the time between meals and give more such as coarsely cracked Senator the venerable exSenator from was a living example of the truth of the old say that a man may be but His reputation for honesty was and against him it never could bo said that he prostitut ed his position of trust for private To keep up the proper appear ance at Washington he was compelled to line tip to the as the saying and he lived in very string ent An anecdote ill ustrative to his financial condition is In a recent conversation where a retiring said he was going home to work in the Senator Voorhees replied I have no home to go 1 have no garden to work and I havent enough money to pay my expenses there if I had I have been in public life since he and all the money I have is in my pocket this morning I dont know what I going to and in melancholy with a sob in his the venerable senator All About Adam missed a great many vexa tions of spirit that are common to man of this Adam never had to try to main tain a appearance ou a Adam never in a fit of abstraction sat down ou a coil of barbed fuuce Adam never had to wear a collar with saw teeth all around the ob strusive edge of Adam never lived next door to a man who was trying to leant to play on au Adam never had to fasten one of suspenders with a Shingle nail aud the other with a hair Adam never got to the depot just in lime to see the rear end of the rear car disappear around the water Adam never fell over rocking chair while moping around in the dark after the paragoric Adam never had to rock the cra dle while Eve ran across the street to borrow a cup of sugar from Adam never had his only pair of gum shoes eaten up by a dog while he was spending an evening with a Adam never had to keep the baby while Eve Went out with a deter mined cast of countenance to reform the Adam never sat up till 6 oclock in the morning to get the returns front Ohio aud to at last learn that the other fellow had carried Adam never came homo at a very late hour from lodge to discover that he had left the latch key in a pocket of his other pair of Adam never had a tight bureau at which he was come out suddenly and set him down wiih such vehemence as to knock four square feet of plastering off the Adam never had a neighbors calf to reach over the boundary Hue his premises in the back yard on wash day and chew off all that part of his other shirt below the enacting never went down town lug to remember an injunction to get a u pound of a ball of some safety a bottle of infant a spool of garnet sewing a pair of Home hair two yards of green mosquito a mouse trap and a wash Bill Nye hit the proverbial nail on the head when he said Do not at tempt to cheat the editor out of a years subscriptou to his or any other Cheat the cheat anybody and everybody but if you have any regard for future con sequences dont fool the You will be put up for office some or want some public favor for yourself or your aud is a thing of a joy the editor will open on aud knock your castles into BfCQCkCfjii hat at the first Hell and then youll cuss your stu pidity for a driveling go hire some man to knock you down and kick you for Some of the Chicago papers are inclined to act ugly about the canal They seem to think that Urn valley people are imposing ou The truth of the matter is that the valley folk are purely on the They could not afford to have A Chicago sewer carrying its putrefying filth down the valley un dertheir and will not tolerate anything of the The press should know that we are just as human as We eat and sleep and kick when we have a kick com and are just as susceptible to disease as auy other There is no buzzard blood in described the hopelessnoes of bit It is reported that the Japs are very confident that can sink all the American sent out interfere with theft designs upon We that If these little slateyed   

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