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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 5, 1890, Burlington, Iowa PART THE ESTABLISHED BUBIINGTOK SUNDAY JANUARY PBICB 15 CKNTS IT THE fflMTV PAID Al IHE tUUNli UNCLE DUDLEY ROES AND liKES SDK TinDeacon and His Vanquished Squaeh Small Urchin is on Huiiil and l he Chap with tlie Trickto Catch t lie Gudgeons is Also Tlio first acquaintance I met at the Sagadahoc lair was If lie had owned ihe pounds and held a mortgage on lie building and its con lie could not have appeared better Walk right was his hospitable greeting is 1 approached the Ive got I lie biggest curiosity ever shown in the ami 1 want you to sec it WonI lie crowd 1 raised it he from seed xent by Jay Inother from Youll get some idea of its length when I tJI you that I brought it here in a box ihreifeet and a half I packed it in sos ti keep it from and I took it out twas smooth as a smelt ind shinv is i plas liy time we had reached the farm prodiiii and llie deacons tongue legs came to a standstill to i isked the name of the wonder lie be scratching head it wis a est J what shape itV in or wiire its nmren I 1 right willi my name lacked to Yon hold on a min while 1 hunt up and tee if anybodys responsible for property left in this ere The good man and for half an hour 1 scarcely stirred from my At 1 grew tired of and ventured to move about with the resit of the Growing bolder by finally drifted with the crowd outside the and in the course of an hour or two 1 forgot all about Deacon Dudley and the missing It was late in tho afternoon when 1 met my friend in the neighborhood of the tfheep At the sight of him my conscience smote and with genuine solicit ude 1 asked if he had found his The deacon looked rather foolish as he said 1 suppose you mean the thats all Theyd moved it to another Twas no great any As he seemed much and turned away without urging me to ex amine the 1 defurninod to seek it out without Availing for any fur ther When 1 had found I was at no Joss to account for my friends Py the side of his which really was of remarkable length another squash at least eight inches INI rolled across the when a sound us ill tome one beating a carpet caught my The noise occa sioned by a big boy who was pounding a small urchin on the tliimat I erasked a gentle man whose attention was attracted by the i guv him a lobster leg to he went an swallcred the big Spit it out he as he re newed the Three loaded to tho muzzle with hastily joined the Pinch hU suggested the him tip by the counseled the Thump him ad vised the Hefore either suggestion could he act eil the gentleman who had been poking the bandy soil with his cane ex elaimed It was a lobsters bearing unmis lakablc marks W youthful The big boy rested from his labor and i he little one straightened himself pain I tole yer I dropped he said re pointing to the fragment in the Sauntering up to a counter at one of i he a distinguished looking began toying with aCommon black You wouldnt believe 1 could put mure water in this bottle other man on these would you he A handful of gatheredin front the gazed atthe speaker incred ulously I thats a one them And resumed the I am ready to bet twenty f Jars that I cau do Upon bearing this statement yourjun ele edged while the low stepped briskly to the iou say youll bet twenty dollars oa remarked in a voice trembling with ex Thais what I Lemc see that demandedthe seeker after Tinbottle was passed among the aid after due examinationwas pronounced worthy of Jtfter much discussion of ways and interested parties formed a syndicate with a capital of which sum wasdn stantly covered or the An presumably chosen to hold the and thefknow ing chap was appointed to Having turned in water till the vessel was running he remarked with a grin 1 guess hlies bout asafull as she can If you can crowrd any more water into Without saying a word the business like stranger proceeded to uork me bottle Then lie turned it the large which is fonxuLat the bottom of most or three gills of Tllnroublejyou to hand over that lie stakeholder when he hadidone Then arose a chorus of Twasutfair The The hull things vociferated the duped Mean while the stranger cooly pocfceted tie bade the and in another BooneHrwas far from the madding without but you must not repeal the trick that you played upon us last when you asked us to not at home when we came lest you should forget your I shall write to you the eve of the day of our It was a Bultry day when the whole si of us set out for Pargolovo in an open caleche at 1 1 oclock in the says one of the persons We were thoroughly fatigued by the heat and dust of the Arriving at Turgenieffs country we alighted with joy in our but we were all struck with the circumstance that Turgeniefl did not come out to meet We knocked at the door of the glass The silence of death reigned in the All our faces grew visibly long Can Turgenieff have played the same trick as last winter exclaimed But we all calmed saying thatwe probably arrived earlier than we were But I wrote to him that we iliould at 1 objected Be j i ii s k y h at can it mean If they would unly admit ns into the room we could but Inre we are At lengiii a boy came out of the door and we plied him with liis maii had gone he and the chef de i siine was in some public We gave urchin sent him to who should let us and sat down on the steps of THE BiEK TEAT SAILS BY THE SHORES OF Canvas but So One at the Helm Skirting the Crashing Pack and Dodging the CnunblinsBergs John Hansens was about the only thing that suggested to me the Tennyson of there was certainly in his ooa manner or Philadelphia long in Belinsky but our hired coach fetch the meanwhi tho terra We wanted man to take us back until the hornes ha i had along So we sat hungry and PanaiefC went to the iue to see if anything eata ble could be but there was nothing At last the chef made his Where is your cried He did not Did your master order a dinner lor i today insisted the He din milling of the was the and terror were de picted on all Ifclinsky flamed look us in his significant exclaimed Turgenieff has indeed given us a banuiil I pi handgun an artist i1 1 Handsomer heard it said taken as a iilo of these days are not so as those of olden said u Washington Post theory that they far excel in beauty i torm and feature their an cestors ii rujny hundred years The only way e have to judge of such com narative merits of the people of today with thoe who are made known to us by tradition and history is by the means of Wo compare our modern men with d works of art and pronounce them inferior without taking into con sideration the deception that has been practiced hy the artists whose work was done for those whose form and feature they poriniyed and from whom they were to look for their It wathe easiest thing in the world as done to smooth over md The art ofpho will not permit such deception to so Rivit an extent as it was formerly carried Do an its not flatter their subjects as much nowadays as was done of old In milking oil jKiintings tbisisdone by a and that is the reason whv many people will not sit fora photo bin prefer to be represented by an a nisi Tim photographers recognize this anil ill what they can to overcome 1 1 in w one once having a sitter with a nose very much out of ac tually ued putty to straighten it and with that improvement in his cus tomers appearance took the IVill KxrliiKinn Exclude the CliiiiWie Sir John Bowring not only testified to this perpetual outflow of Chinese imnii it he paints in vivid colors the Stout John wrapped all in stood at the wheel of the bark Bern a whaler of the Arctic It was and the vessel was working along the ice pack with Cape Smythe just looming in the The biting wind twirled about Hansens catch ing up the light Enow and sending it across the darkling Them was a brisk breeze and the night was too cold for comfort by reason of the proximity of the floe but Han sen cared little and cheerily whistled the tune of folk lore song he learnsd while a child sporting ou the shore of a Nor wegian He seemed as strong and fearless as one of his Viking ancestors when they faced the unknown Atlantic until cloudlike they saw the American shore stretching to THE PHAXTOM OF THE right out of the pack came another bow Her mizzen gone and she veered and yawed but her sails were set and she was making fair Hansen could hear the swish of the wind in her shrouds and the swash as munched the bone in her In an instant she tacked and bore before going 100 she came about and made straight for the Eeindeer Hansen hailed There was no an swering His voice rang hollow and strange as the wind took it up and seemed to make of it a mocking Then he hailed No Hansens lips grew His knees i He put his helm hard over and made for the open Then he muttered a prayer which had not come to him since It ship iurned under his feet in the South vrn ocean way back in the He had seen the spectral the Fly ing Dutchman of the frozen The phantom cauie so near that he could sea the glisten of the salt spume frozen on her rigging and the icicles which hung from her There was ice upon her and upon her and upon her battened and nothing Her decks gave back no echo of foot Her sailing lights were She was so low in the water that she seemed almost she kept on into the but on and on and out of John Hansen came into Death sat watching by his He chat tered and and stared with straining For no man may look upon the phantom ship and THE WRAITH Or THE YOtTXO PHCEXEL But what John Hansen saw in the depths of that night was not a spec ter of the seas nor was it the grim vision of a fever stricken It was gome thing far more dangerous than an airy derelict of the It was the wreck of the Young since the 5th of has been sail ing through ice and breasting the crushing dodging the toppling guided by an uuseen and sailing for no known Xo one may say she has not touched the northern No man may tell where she will be seen On 3 of that year the whaling fleet was riding bet ween Point Barrow and Cape waiting for the ice pack when down came the south west beating the sea into ridges and tossing the ships like the paper to Hte It pays to wear your upon your leastways your So long ago as Charles Smith went to town and And now he has been discovered in all he hid his light under a Charles went on a harmless frnrirtod down and feltaHiHned of himself and decided to walk homaiather than collect car fare from his town friends in his dilapidated On the way he was given a ride by a driving a twohorse and presently the officers of the law swooped down anB allowed the talons of the judicial bird to get a clutch firmly imbedded on the shoulders of the two The team had been stolen and Smiths obliging friend was the Smith felt ashamed He was not double It came natural for him to He gave his name as Wilson and was sent to the cooler for six years to give his blood a He has been there two and now that he could look the world in its eye without so much as doned for doing GRAVE iffl BAT ABECDOTES BELATED BY CHICAGO The Church Member Who Didnt Recog nize Her Own PastorThe Way the Preacher Found the Waiting CoupleIn an5 said a Methodist preacher from the West a church communicant is not a living exponent of truth and I found that out in an amusing way some years ago while preaching at a church on the North of the Illinois and I had arranged to exchange pulpits on a certain and the announce ment was made at the Wednesday even ing prayer meeting It hap pened that something came up later in the week which made it necessary to postpone the and so I appeared in my own pulpit as usual Sunday morn The attendance was about the same so far as I could but a young a A KINSHIP OF graut lead to these He say There is probably no part of the world in which the harvests of mortality are more sweeping and destructive than in producing voids which require no ordinary appliances to fill Multi tudes perish absolutely from want of the means of existence inundations destroy towns and villages and all their inhab itants it would not be easy to calculate the loss of life by the typhoons and hur ricanes which visit the coasts of in which boats and junks are sometimes sacrificed by hundreds and by The late civil wars in China must have led to the loss of millions of The sacrifices of human beings by executions alone are It is such a condition of and such causes as that induce the laboring classes of Chinese to immigrate to other Considering the in centive which exists in these densely populated districts to escape from the misery which marks their and to seek new lands where their condition may be the dangers that threaten from such inexhaustible sources of human supply become easy of appre Willard Farwell in Popular Science A habit of Fort nightly was to invileifriends to dinner and be absent when they not deliberately of set but be cause of the little value hetset on Ids pledged word and the very faint impres sion it used to make upon uisimindl He onqe invited the famous Belinsky andfiveodiors to dine with him at ins bouse in the where be bada rfrat An anitann wrttnmn The Future Princess of A relative of lady in question in forms your correspondent that theDuch ess de who has a host of friends in Xew having visited the first exposition is about come the Princess of Although now a she will be the first lady of Jewish origin who has been married w a reigning Christian rite Alice the future princess of the little Mediterranean is the daughter of Michel cousin german of Heinrich The father of Michel Heine was the brother of the celebrated Hamburg Solomon left 000 at liis Michel Heine and lus brother Armand amassed large for tunes iu Xew whence they re turned to where they are now They have still a large amount of valuable property in this from argosies of Down went the bark Fleetwing that had outlived many an arctic The Mary and Susan plunged and The seas great maw took in the schooners Ino and Jane LEFT TO THEIR Tilings were lively on the Young Pho nix Both anchors were let go and the men were ordered to the She was leaking badly and the heavy seas swept clear over With the night the wind to the west and came in stronger One after the other the cables parted and the bark Then an effort was made to get to but the vessel fouled the Triton when trving to get over the Her stern post and jibboom carried away and the leaks were started The crew of thirtyseven men stuck by the bark until By that time the water was at her lower Her miz zenmast had been cut It was not thought that she could float more than an hour or two The sails on the fore and run in masrs were set or partially furled when Millard ordered the men to the and the Young Phoenix sailed rudderless and to meet whatever fate might She was not seen again that and it was supposed she had foundered or been squeezed between the But she kept on her erratic buffeted by the caught by the lonely and Ou May she was seen and boarded by manager of a whaling station on Gape She was then close in some sixty miles from where she had been A few relics were taken from and the next morning she was gone She was little and though water made good This abandoned craft is probably the phantom whose icesheathed shrouds and silent decks loomed upon the Etart led vision of big John Hansen that chilly night in and gave that shock from which he may never For nearly a year she had roamed the chart less touching at no piloted by no answering no A Florists Interesting Talk on nridization of William Berteruiann talked to a re porter from behind ajjank of roses of all tints and This rose is a brother of this said as he laid out twp beautiful flowers of the deep pink Here is the grandfather of these contin ued ai he placed upon the counter a splendid red rose ou a spindling and here is the The latter was a small white rose of unattractive but upon a rugged Then Bertermann pointed out the and and uncles and other relatives of the flowers he had Its just like raising horses or cattle or said The stock is contin uaHv improved by careful Flower breeding has become a by crowing the varieties every now and more beautiful flowers are being A man who ceased to be a florist ten years could not go into a first class flower garden now end recog nize manyof the flowers that we deal in most There has been a mix ture of so to until nearly all the old time flowers have lost their Nearly all the flowers sold now are or crones between the most desirable old Bertermann then explained the process of the mere opera tion of which is easy It is sim ply necessary to carry the pollen by means of a camel hair or other from one blossom and place it on the ttigmatic surface of theflower of the or seed A colony of bees in a flower garden will do the work bet ter than it can be done with a They constantly carry the pollen from one flower to but of course there is no system about tke crosses thev bring hybridization is attempted the florist must be certain that the plants are As a by close observation the florist may be come able to tell when to apply the pol Not a few plants develop stigma and anthers at the same and with them it is necessary to remove the an thers before they and at the same time by means of a fine or other to prevent the visits of insects which might convey pollen from another and thus effect an undesirable This sometimes happens a flower in good but defective in is per which they realize a handsome dividend Oc Canal street they together with other good paying prop the Pickwick club All the ladies of the Heine family have be come either Catholics or Protestants with the exception of Furtado Heine and the sister of the who still live in w Orleans Tel silent and Francisco Ex The JBeutnc of School The result of the examination of school children in various cities of America and Europe is that the average of pupils who have defective is 36 per There were twice as many with defective bearing among backward children as forward are strongly urged to keeflin mind Hie liability of existing impair mentor The Port Tennjtonc Old I saw and talked with Tennyson re writes an English friend to It was at the annual flower show at and the poet had been prevailed upon to leave his seclu sion for the botanical It was bis first public appearance since his ill and I had not seen him for six That the Poet Laureate is and this became more impressed upon me during our brief He was no longer the Tennyson of a year ago talk meant distress to and refer ences to persons very dose to him in which formerly his seemed to meet with tittle re haps crossed with which is faulty in but of novel and desira ble A weakly grown variety may be used in an effective in a combination with stronger lack ing the particular qualities of the for As with the grandfather and Bertermann pointed out where breeding the dark red supported by a weak to the puny white rose on a healthy a splendid pink supported by a well developed was Sometimes the florists ideal is kept so constantly in sight that the pollen of a particular strain becomes more or less Growers of cyclamen and gladiola ha bitually call in the aid of a microscope to determine the state of the pollen in a highly bred If it is found to be uneventnot clear and regular in size and the plant is dis carded as a another chosen which promises to allow the de sired results in form and color of Hybrids between two distinct genera are by no means Berter mann cited one example in a aross between the beautiful and climb ing Lapageria roses and the bushy Thi lesia which is intermediate between its two though not nearly so desirable as Species of the same genus frequently refuse alto gether to cross with each and some again will cross only one have never been able to lay down any definite and excep tions can only be learned by For the most perfect and symmetrical it is best to select single flowers which are most perfect in their petals for seed Another interesting fact is that single or semidouble with perfect produce double flowers of a symmetrical forma a fascinating said and the only trouble florists who make a business of raising flowers for the as we have not the time to devote to That workis done most successfully by gentlemen who make the business a con stant The best man at hybridiza tion in is the florist at Purdue He makes the breed ing of flowers a and is certain ly very proficient in the Are artificial colorings much used friend of afterward related to me soine comments he heard while the au dience was filing out of the One woman remarked thats a splendid And what a large audience he My if we could only have him hereto preach every Such a perfectly charm ing You she had heard that the exchange would be made and came to but she had been absent so long that she really didnt know her own minister when she saw WEDDING These stories about said have a seri ous notwithstanding the fact it is usually One time I was en gaged to marry a young and when the evening came 1 found their address had been It could not be found high or I knew within a block of where the place was and resolved I would start out and try and find My wife said as I in a spirit of raillery at my know the place by the crape on the And as I along that re mark set me Crape on the door Of course a house of mirth to the practical eye is ns plainly marked as a house of The custom is to put on all the tokens ot woe when death is a and all the signs of joy when two persons are And yet in how many cases the crape had better be shown when weddings and to how many persons death should be welcomed with You know when Beecher died he requested that no gloom be thrown on the event by sable but thattlowersin profusion should mark his translation to a better But did you find youi waiting couple that Brushinghanir Wedding parties never get THE AUGU3IEXT This isnt a funny said the Baptist but it is a true Before I came to Chicago I was preach ing at That was years and the town was not so well supplied with churches as it is A Presbyterian minister was holding a revival service in his and his audiences were so large he could not accommodate He asked the permission of myself and my trustees to use our which was much and of course ic was His meetings grew larger and and everybody was delighted with the evident good he was One morning he came to me and said he wanted to preach three sermons on bap but as he was in the house of a denomination from which he radically differed on that I told him to go ahead his own way just as if he were at Give them im SHnnoerers were rapidly oy the noisy scrambling of the wakeful members of the parly and I was soon surrounded by a crowd of squatting KoCbaik and his roused by the scramble and the loudly murmured as thepillow slowly quickly by twos and and by the time I had screwed up the nozzle tha entire household and an the vistors were Whats that forT Mooog a wizened np man Eke a dried A pillow for the I replied A wind head said Moung and his remark elicited a uni versal murmur of Houkbah noukhahf which might be freely Ah yes of of The pillow was now gentry taken from my knees and passed slowly from hand to patted and tasted and bumped on the Eyes were applied to the but they could make little of and after the pillow had parsed about theentire receiving as ranch criticism as a new fossil in the hands of a learned so it was respectfully placed by Moung Daw at the top of the spread balanced on oneend against the where it continued to receive silent Show us hVw it is NT HIS FATHER MODESTLY iffWPllATES THE A Tale which liiTolTes the IMS a Fine the Death a Good 9of ami the Anger of Afcner Crimes Its a True first 1 was the next I yawned but unscrewed the top and returned the curiosity to Moung who forced out the air in the faces of his to their great Abner is the politician of the He baa been postmas town clerk and justice of the He has his eye now on the Statecraft is his but he mingles it with agriculture and a general country His only recreation is chasing the dter in the wildwood and hunting He has a son Uriah is rising and is a stnbandtwist specimen of the true backwoods said Abner Grimes the other from the way the weather looks I believe theres a deer over back of the Seems to me as if it was a said lets take the dog and go fetch the deer thats sol exclaimed as if the suggestion was a sudden revelation to We can do cant we So he took down his called the and he and Uriah started for the though he may ran 1 slight chance of escaping ti rush dart down steep 1 from ledges several Each hunter does his the for tha wolf 1 Lapp who strikes thej soon as the leading hunter isc to the he gives it j across the loins his I snow shoe If there wolves to be kUtsitc if lie disables and the hunters have the death coupfel Where tile Wild Fowl Until the acquisition of Alaska by the United States ic was a wonder where cer tain wild fowl went when they migrated from the temperate climes on the ap proach of summer as well as snow birds and other small species of the feathered It was af terwaid found that their habitat in summer was the waters of A the Yukon river and the lakes of that hyperborean A reporter lately interviewed of Nor ton and he confirms the statement of Ball and People wonder where the wild fowl come said They see the sand hill wild heron and other fowl every spring and fall pursue theirunwearied like the they do not know whence they come orwhither they TJp on Golovine on the north shore of Norton is the breeding place of these All the birds hi go to that country to and thousands upon thou sands of sandhill are swarming there all the Theylaynheir eggs in the blue stem grass in theilow and if you go up the rrner aJittle way from the the noise of fowl is almost Myriadsiof robbins and swallows are as well as mill ions of magnificent wearing zed combs and feather This grouse turns as white as snow in You can kiD dozens of juicy teal ducks or grouse as fat as butter in a few The wild fowiand bears live on salmon bejrries and with which all the hffls cov Very as compared with former for the reason that all tints can be obtained by Cut white flowers are sometimes placed in and by absorption they take on a blue And then roses are sometimes given a blue tint by placing about their roots iron dost from around anvils in black smiths I observed a strange thing I had placed hyacinths in and aitathey had stood for a whfle the left sprinkling or anything that would save So at it he right under the platform ou which my pulpit stood was a great pool of water in which our own baptisms took Xo one ever thought of the place being but my Presbyterian friend got a number of bretliren on the stand with him that and among them was one very fat man a regular mountain of The sermon went and the preacher became ex cited as I never had seen him Baptism was liis strong and he laid himself out for a great He had perhaps reached bis loftiest flight in the denunciation of immersion as the one and announced with great vigor that he had never immersed aeon vert and he never would that he never had been immersed and nothing could induce him to and that he would sweep the foolish formalism from the face of the earth Just at this point the fat too cramped in common chair to enjoy such welcome and powerful rose started across behind the It was too much for the platform At the very height of the ministers im passioned period down went pas tor and guard of honor with a crash and a splash into the ample depths of the it alter his views on baptism Xo but he said Presbyterian preach ing on a Baptist platform was a mighty insecure and he soon went back to his own house of Chicago Hints for Church Take nine reasonable sized oysters not too large to each five gallons of and tie them up carefully in a If the fair is to continue only three cheese cloth will do but if it holds a week and a large attendance is ex it is better to use a heavy quality of so that the bivalves shall not lose their entire flavor the first few The most satisfactory financial results have been obtained from the and there is a local pretty well which relates that a youth once murmured in an awe stnck en after be had tasted such a mixturerI think I Betect a flavor of Detroit Free Fttm An traveling in gives a laughable account of the astonish ment with which the natives regarded his The very like the TCTT find plentiful occasion wonder in what to people in general Seem only commonplace objects and occor A Banner of Rattlesnake A lady residing on the west has perhaps the most unique banner that hag ever been Kansas It is aa beautiful as it is prized by its owner for its beauty It is made of the skin of an enormous with a background The snake skin was sent the lady by a friend who lives in It is beauti fully the back being cokmedand covered with spots resembling email wliich on the background of plush look for all the worJd like The skin is over five long wdthout the head and and fourteen rattles denoted its In thewidest part the skin is nine inches in thusi show ing that in life the rightfulownertof the skin which now adornstheiladys iparlor must have been an A letter which preceded belts made of rattlesnake skinBMe much worn by the young ladiesof and are a common artideof a belles ap A Good It is customary to say when t a man survives three score he is living on borrowed Some men at 73 consider themsehtes i very and instances are notvuncom mon of hale and vigorous menwhoUack than a decade of They had an old Indian state board of trade not set up a claim of being ISOyeaasof He might have been younger perhaps but at anyrate he was a tiptop advertisement f orthe although his complexion wassa trifle off color and his skin looked Ekerthetanned hide of an The Act of I did youagreatifarorwrhile I was waiting for Much obUgedito What was it I cut the leaves of which you alaabed up scan year last review A Care far The following remedy wag discovered in Germany and is said to be the best known At the first indication of diph theria in the throat of achfld make the room close then take a tiacup and pour into it a quantity of tar and equal Then hold the cup over a fire so as to fill the room with The little on inhaling will cough up and spit out all the mem branous and the diphtheria will pass The fumes of the tar and tur pentine loosen the matter in the thus affording the relief that has baffled the skill of New York Tel three miles Riah car ried no it being bis duty to handle the dog and drive for while his father stood on the ridge at a runway and put lead in the deer when it came bounding by But Uriah had a big hunting knife in a sheath at his Start a or a big said Dont waste time on any Riah went off with the and lie hadnt gone more than a hundred yards when the dog struck a trail and away he Riah and in less than ten rods came up with the It might have been a deer track the dog had but if it was it had led plump up against a six foot and the six foot bear had his back against a rock and his eves on the The emboldened bv the presence of his pitched into the The bear welcomed the dog to his em gave him a couple of und tossed him off with suph vim and precision that liis limp and almost des sicated carcass just missed Riahs The dog was extremely Saaay said speaking to the bear in a tone of By Jitu That was pops best I tell hell be maddern thunder Just then Aimers mellowed by but very distinct came down through the woods from the run way up on the It said Riah Come up here with that quick said still speaking to the he spects me to carry that dog up this ridge hes mistaken But wont he be maddern thunder All this time the bear stood with his back to the his eyes and his jaws dropping Riah looked at the unjointed body of the and then surveyed the proportions of its un terrified The latter got tired of and moved forward to clear the woods of Riah unsheathed his hunting knife and braced Riah came the voiceof Abner down from the ridge and this time there was impatience in Why dont von come up with that infernal dog I haint got time to explain that to pop just said in a confiden tial tone to the and I haint goin to scare you by hollerin back at The bear didnt seem to care whether Riah had time for explanation or and evidently wal a good way from any intention being He reached out for Riah with one fore Riah lunged forward and socked the long blade of his knife in bruins Bruin countered on Riahs chest and sent him sprawling on the ground The blood spurted from the hole the knife had bored in the bears As Riah fell the voice of the hunter was again heard on the Riali it Why in thun der dont you come up with that dog Riah was too busy to answer just for he had all he could do to get to his feet before the bear climbed on The boy and the bear had a lively but it was a short The first stab the bear received was and two other equally let out still more but when the bear fell in its MM The bearing of the okt each when the I an octogenarian and the wifetl hind him was that of I Davis was as deferential tol as if she were presiding at at in the olden 1 once visited the Da vis homes and thus spoke of that Davis is several ye than her bat not i speak of herself aa anold quite as noteworthy a petsont woman of larger great highly 1 ous insight into withil est conversational 1 witty and Davis have been years but their honeymoon seem to have reached its and certainly there has an eclipse in its It waad tnl to be a witness of their mutual i tion and to hear them addresseacbc John To The gravestone which now marksf I hist vesting place of John Friends graveyard at iM markable for neatness and and just in keeping what should be placed at the head grave of his late It is whiten but only two feet six inches in 1 and two feet in bordereck f plain groove all round the marginal the lettering is of plain English the wording being died IT This simple record and unadorned I lies horizontally at the head of and soft green grass now coven 1 A similar slab of die same now marks the his side where his late wife hearing the inscription ret Elizabeth died May 57 York gentenad 1 A Sandersville paper storj A few days ago driving in the vicinity of Longs He firmly held the lines over a while the mares colt trotted along When creek was repairs on the the gentle he would have to drive which was most and would The mare was i not desiring a test of his i reared up on his tender gently placed his fore oneebi box of the back of and safely iuuddy When the was he gracefully I with a whinny of death was tired He leaned up against a tree to get his he heard his father coming down off of the crashing through the brush like a wild panted Riah Abner shouted as he came down the What in thunders the matter Wheres that dog Why dont you come up with him A bigger than a heifer went by here I haint got any dog Itll be wuth twentv votes for me if I get that buck Why dont you come up with that dog When Abner hove in sight he discov ered Riah leaning against the tree sobbing for He didnt see the bear that lay a few yards the other What in the name of Ximrod is the matter with you he Rah pointed to the Holy smoker yelled and he made for the nearest panted So Thats didnt Then Abner looked the bear over and mourned for the wasnt huntinB See how Penner and One of them worked off a Thats and I know that I the guilty How do you know Because he is doing most York The German K Emperor William bead than his father and the imperial fit A new one was months and it was sent to1 on This of sovereignty weighs less although of i therefore the head beneath wilt I ao uneasy after It is with 109 the bstti mounts it consisting of ai The empress is also to crown as well as her lords There will be less more diamonds c sizes mixed with a few A Roman Butcher The Maseuiri of Antiquities has come into possession of ing marble relief from represents an ancient oblong and divided into two unequal Ift stands the with a ping resting on three before while behind the steelyard 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