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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 29, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                The Yellow A Romantic Mexican BY WILUAM HEJTBY by Lippincou and Published by Special Arrangement With bome of ho of Wal a handsome young man and friend In a letter which buz del the Mariano de She writes borne It that her family loot Itafortunatorouebadefalcatlon yean The Del Pradoe ehlde Don Wai ttrOor anooiatlne with Frandaoo SSSHQy who In looked upon with During a dtaciuBlon among peaiants mention Is made of a native 6omc ancient they appears in an InaooaBnblc gorge called the Sarfifncli of Sm under the form of a yellow and fcringsbad luck to whoever Itde wdapeBttiat Don Walter Is tbeaon of an Amer ican Don Walters ambition is to the money which Us father wrongfully lost in speculation to its rightful CHAPTEE S9ME of them objected that La Alma do Mexico was too and that many fondas have that name So they spoke up a voice from the crowd in a disgusted way thereare more than a million Alma de Mexicos in jibe country Ah that is Perfecto Ponce you are are you You were the prin cipal What do you think he want ed that I should take a tradition of the district he and I come and cale the place Thn Famous Yellow He argues that this would be something especially as be longing to our own part of the I it would bring bring us bad There was a little fomla of that name up there at Huetongo that did very and you know Manys the drink of pulque weve had there Be sides if theres any evil influence afloat yon want to conciliate dont yon Politeness is not thrown I sup even on bad I dont see where the novelty comes then and in a city something more civilized is But one of you chooses one and another another even if I agreed with the rest would have their own I prefer El or El spoke up a new I have known those titles to succeed They have a bold sound and give a place an air of excitement you see But at this moment the Jefe an officer somewhat corresponding to our but with a wider cane He was a self suffi stupid and the Subject of controversy had to be restated for his He in an interest of bis awn in the Bella Union opposite and looked with no favor whatever upon the new feeling the eyes of his fellow citizens upon he assumed a judicial as if considering a case of important bear The point is right Here is the he placing a forefinger in in palm of his I can tell you absolutely everything in these For names were invented in early names come down to us from historic If the point were in the palm of his fat it stayed there for he made littia further progress with his The crowd bngan to murmur with im I had many other said Gaa seizing an in his eager There was the the Fountain of Why not the pure and simple interposed Don mock Agrpat future awaits the tav ern keeper or the milkman who honestly confesses to baptizing his And he in the words of a popular air I hare been there and I know it is You have been Trinidad Jose1 they I blundered into it once on a hunting when I was a young from thi other near the And what happened to your Nothing happened to but the day after my return the English governess and many of the animals were killed fr Was she governess of your family No she was educating the children at the know it very returned the reproach fully but she died under a tree near my The family told Amy about this young She had arrived to be gin her labors but a few weeks before her and she was buried under the same tree where she had met her After that Amy would hear more about the nun or half whose sweet face had interested Ton of that all the con vents were abolished here began Senora del Prado I am sorry to sav I did not know Kl pulqiwro lo InUeude MM ngua quo pulque pulque dealer who understands himself more water than pulque The Jofe almost seemed to take this levity an offense leveled directly at Bella Union is the most excellent of titles forafonda there is none better you might learn of your said with the nearest approach to cohe rence ho had yet He strode out to mount his with such rough inadvertence that his heavy spurs struck the naked legs of Trinidad one of the moros del end caused that worthy sonant to wince with Old fraud old ruffian murmured Trinidad looking after him indig nantly but 1 know something that will make me even with you now your sign is nil nicely painted and put isnt it said del Prado ronciliatiagly to Antonio Gas preparing to drive What if it has been heard a good doul and isnt exactly origins You know there are a great many people who will only like it all the better for you see 1 told you Gas so could be heard behind What is all tins about a Yellow Snake It seems as if I recollected hear ing something of the kind de manded the I am the one to apply to I am just from that responded tiding beside the The story prevails chiefly among the poor Indian population of charcoal burners on the way to tho desolate Barranca of Cunar They believe some ancient deity appears in that gorge under the form of brings bad luck towho eats eyes upon Senorita Luz crossed her New York education not yet having changed her simple ways to any great extent 1 suppose it is only a vestige of the wowbipflf the god Wal ter One of his titles was flSie Shining He is the god in wOwee day the cotton used to grow ready ayed with gorgeous and a single wm was provision enough for a large people are half idolaters the in a fattened though they ought to have been Chris tiana these last ttree hundred To be they lihey with altars in 4hem thatdmde ttair with Ike Not even the Sisters of Charity were Our so called Laws of expostulated her they perrat no more than three of the exnuns to live together even in secular she more tem Dona only a just beginning her religious life when this cruel edict was was one of those thrown out into the heartless Two others live with her at Campo We do all we can for the poor and but for our who make the laws amor de Dios Don Walter after leaving the had ridden to his own home in the quiet plaznela of San The two having breakfasted were just coming out as he entered the great green door leading to an inner court if 1 had only known what com pany was I should not have been so he applying even to them the tone of courteous compliment that was natural to him with Dona Praxedis was no doubt beyond the reach of all such but the Dona gave him a smile of much and even colored a We can hardly expect you to arrive at a fixed hour after so long a my dear said Miss tho eldest of the three Arroyo and you shall still have your break fast I have already so as not to put you He went to his which the kind care of the spinsters had made per haps the pleasantest in the and passed some hours there nervously ar ranging the notes of his survey and other When he issued forth again he threw himself at IVl length upon a set tee in the brick floored par aud began to talk in a discontented that by degrees grew more fever of his prospects in I sometimes think it might be a little better if you hunted less with began Miss the second with mild He is the best shot and boldest rider in the he as if that were a quite sufficient But really such a companionship must have n certain unsettling influ she and make you less energetic in Perez is the very best fellow in t he world if other will talk against I never wish to hear His kindness to ine commenced even when I was a unfriended little chap living in the gloomy ruin at Rosales and he has done ine many a good turn ever And yon still remember Rosales so well inquired Miss the young and there was a certarn spice of curi osity in her How can I ever forget it Nothing will ever again be so stamped upon my memory as Do I not know why we lived that why my father had fled from the United States and conceal ed himself there It was a great it was a great ehe but I have always thought your father should never have told you there was no need of his doing Should he have left me to discover it for tben it was plainly his ifhe conld not put me m a pcimtion to redeem the crushing dis to at least keep me from intrud ing npon the scene of they hissed him there in the streets he went fiercely some of bis whose fortunes he had would have killed him if he had not He told me allall He groaned aloud as he drifted along with less and less control npon a flood of painful recollections to which he rarely committed himself so do not talk of it Why will you recall and who knows the story here No ont can ever say it was any fault of All will come right in due the listeners keenly suffering with Three millions of money to be made and even as much with the interest accrued in the meantime and all that wrong and suffering to be un done before I can stand squarely on my feet and face the world like other men he as if summing up all Ms griefs in one final statement He was one much given to alternate moods of brightness and but rarely had they seen him so downcast jjo more winds were hot Miss Concepcion went over to the gloomy with his head deeply buried in the pillows as if to chat oat the world far and sat by him a stroking his hair Whatamisfocbmel Whatamttfor toaer the threa Men mnrmnredto one aaothavBry mSfy that night as they their modest preparations for At sight of Walter she bare hastily pulled off the vefl fee otex would not have tot dam and joate left herself bshv as ft in their Walter was downcaetaad qmeter than and it was jnst then coming who She can give onr little MM in wearing their own fbe general They kept Walter to and than hk spirits After he why not enjoy the pleasures fate provides for tu0 DIBCEB 1VC ootnponatable placed in ridor around a central in fountain The family gathered there While the reading of port one might glance over at tie opposite ace at with carren and a strip of blue store or through the rear of the greenery of tBe place was a sunny enameled with flower and planted but thinly with fragrant lemound At clipped hedge began the grateful shade of the gardens The haci enda was like those characters not display themselves wholly toythe first qualities for I that your line follows the lava bed along to the hither edgeof the Barranca of Cimarron and does not take in that said Don Are you sore of thatT I have verified the survey very care a good riddance to bad rub So the Yellow Snake does not be long to us after eh The right goes over to Neighbor I suppose no not to him I did the same sort of work for him a couple of years ago and his boundary stops short of the other side of it So the jpace covered by the Barranca and a ittle more is a wrt of Xo Mans be contended for most likely by the state and general if they want It isnt at all strange a little land nore or less has been of no great account said the turning to Amy n an explaining I will tell you low the titles were chiefly established in the first A viceroy would ride up on a hill with a friend or client of and I give you all the land from icre as far as your eye can Then le would ride up on another not so far remote from the with an other and say to I give all the land from here as far as you an or as far as you can go in half a days you there could easily be some con del Prado was so well pleased with the result shown that he de sired to have Walter next undertake an accurate plotting of many irregular par els of cultivated ground and pasture into which the hacienda itself was divid The young man was delighted to anbrace the opportunity he could not limself have planned anything that would have better gratified the wishes of his This employment gave him association with Amy in the most natural He of ten remained over and n the evening there was informal danc ig in the long or she playeifor tern the national airs of her country or lieir She commended herself to her hosts by her ready enthusiasm they were genuinely pleased to hear her de clare many things in Mexico much bet ter than in the United You particularly understand how to make life she told and that the with all their ex rarely arrive The leaning to the picturesque and decorative was a strongly developed factor in her She went about with little sketch in wUch she put down odd ith no great but with tangible enjoyment to It is like living in picture said Fancy my waking up in a room with a saint and cherubim in the comer and the bed standing on a dais with steps Sometimes I get up very earlym the morning and climb a low staircase to the I like to sit therfl and look off at the fresh lovely landscape with the great bell just over my head helping to frame it Even the kitchen has a hooded chimney and blue Ifeelss if something rather fairy ought to Happen to me I can hardly appreciate the differ ences you dwell scarcely everhav ing been used to anything said Don And he was led into questioning her with interest on the appearanceof in the United about which Ms recollections of infancy were so exceed ing He was when thereiseemed any approach towards a need of declar ing who his connections were thereond under what circumstances he had left They also rode together a good deal about the yoing women sometimes accompanying and sometimes under proper to the curious some tant or an or an irri gating huge enough for a where he was at Amy had looked forward to mountinginto tM m which she had had but ettghtexperinae tanned there They fired ia a one stay the raral in the hamlet of Campo not far from the haciendaTheir pm opalrwmi was of large and and looked ont on one siderinto the grass principal and on the other into a simple whose imagination was easily said to as she sat there with the latter one learning a new lace stitch How charming and peaceful your life is It seems Sometimes lean not help envying no I am very I am neither of the world nor out of returned the How many of its distractions and temptations are thrown in upon us here enough to withstand them I often feel myself falling away from a high ideal and growing worse Dona Beatriz returned the liking of the pretty so novel a person and was sometimes also at the hacienda to repay her They were an as sembled in the corridor on one just after she had left when the Jefe wholly without tact and riding rough shod over the favorite lean ings of those whom he was making a pretense to began Bah Theyre a fine the tADY COLIN She1 Offers a Letter on Womens Work in The lawpUinrBand of the Lucifer Match Trades Society of Lad jr June reading the daily press of England one would almost be inclined to suppose that the women of Great Brittain had little to do with public life With a fashionable wedding or a grand according the newspaper the sphere of woman would seem to But if we seek out facts and honestly chronicle them we must adopt quite another such a harvest of leagues and as sociations do we gather in that a se lection from them becomes diffi cult Almost each month brings a new crop of some sort of associated effort on the part of and ihe field is be coming crowded for the old so cieties continue with a vigor ever peren Among the most important socie or even to order unaerciothes large The reason given is donhteaiy a legitimate one t that cut their workwomen down to IB America and that same It is a perfect vexation to try to get even the simplest garment made ontside the ft would ahnost seem as if the large firms had monopolised all the competent work So to those who have conecien y Sandhurst has been the inspiring and guiding For a long time the working women of London Have felt their lack of organ ization whenever a dispute arose between them and their A little over a year when the girls employed by i Bryant the leading match man ufacturers in struck for higher little regard would they Jiave received had it not been for the in gtant and efficient help of lady is a born organizer and and she soon had brought these mincing genteelishones of theorf chaotic ranks of these match girls derof Santa Rosa as well as the so thev conld advanta Td send them all if I had tneir This many or with its disorderly beginning and protested theHlsuqcessfnl close a splendid object flushing strongly for the working women of Lon This was theday that finally set tied his so that after that the would have nothing more to do wit him I speak only for said th The point is immediate for i not seem so to have many excel lent I discuss from the point o view of In science I can tel you absolutamente every I have made many as is necessary for a public exam at understand wha I Amy tooted an imaginary trumpet be They pull poor he went on these like the one whohas jas gone but HI bet the three have the treasure that used to belong to their convent comfortably hidden somewhere I have had a notion more than once to employ detectives and look it It was probably taken out of thi country by the mother superior anc others who went suggested the I dont believe it Somebody has brought me the story that it was it was too Why they had a solid silver railing acirjj their and golden candlesticks er than I and as thick I say nothing of all the necklaces and precious they had on the imges with the rain of and scattered overtheir ilken When Walter arrrved at Las for the In the aimnleapart a kind of ice once she made nf in courage what she lacked in doll Young Walterthought her masculine looting English with lerbjghwilk from which bhegamefreil likealigMemokeinantmmvevenjmore becomingthan her every day They as fc whom all things are were iBowedto be together with more freedom than aright otherwise have been the cast Thefam fly thought good to warn Amy the score of Don Walters rathenmprovident and that hewoildnotbe at all a good match in the but they were reassured by and felt that this cansuaauUptvu only another of her ways of enjoying wifli a keen zest the novelty of the Besides tion was drawn awayfromit byeane thmgof espedaHnterest to The Jefe Senor CorcotedoJt had been tafen by theJooteSof k young as he himself was a widowerxof re than vaa coming and the solid cash in the And now they make the g ment pay some hundreds of dol a year to support He was much more direct inhij on such a point as matters involving a rough sort especially in the of greed and he lacking in jspiteof his foggy The Senora del Prado and her ter had already gone away in di This in broke up the Don Walter and Amy went to the gar It was in the great gardeiJ3 that perhaps their pleasanteet hours ff all were Theypassed along a walkvopening into aaort of Pantheon of clipped of vhicpwere set Apollo and the The path hence was an end of it you quite by i upon an oblong fish pt with a straight avenue of noble tree leading upward with a gentle undnlal on from its farther At one side c theifish pond were most ornate flower gardens on the extending its who e was a broad flight of rows of broken columns az d at the little corner pavilions loolfiag down over a miniature TPeconPl9 sat down upon these near the wa When I first saw I realized the enchanted said gardens of In the fish pond which served a a place of support for They vereto be reached by Jughpoopet such as indeed migh have been Nor it was y fashion Some of of mango the terrace coming that storage of too ugly he has odkxav on ttus score at least to plenty of Tkere were of arrecraeilry he had ned in 1be foundin the gardens of was all this too carefully t treated in that but added to its the luscious and gnava lay and appetizing forth from the oomertuTrei were used for Amy had grown jounder since coming wis better than probably never life as Her by someunusual to refer to it she ence I gotold IWmdad Jose to weigh me on other and the result after your kilograms into is no easy plumper her health she had of matterI weigh a No reallyr A not have talked to Mm was about her anc freedom of inteffigaiee never Iwennsed she spring I an vemcoreri ago since tocanine theBi Bag Baby girl would that There a thorough with a which he had thatcontin a forlorn I had ev thought It is not r brother used I under KeahzmS their united TShey are now ready to workin with Sandhursts idea of forming a great union of all the women wage f earners in the Of course the object of this work could be more effi Ipiently accomplished if the trades unions men were to open their doors to i and demand that all should have equal pay for equal work and all a fair days But unfortunately John Bulls brain moves The Ididntamawae yon know iv aortof object ootthe women with them into the promised land or be barred out themselves by having women usurp their places in the onward and underbid them in every labor since the British unions have not adopted the broad and wise demands which I understandthe Farmers Alli ance and the Knights of Labor in Amer ica have embodied in their enfranchisement for women and equal pay for equal must wel come as a timely departure the society inaugurated this winter by Lady Sand It is pleasant to turn from more com monplace subjects sometimes to the world of But all is not and light even Just as I think the union of men and women ia trade societies or in government is necessary if the most thorough reform is to be ac so I deprecate any separa tion of men and women lam opposed to either sei drawing aside and forming an exclusive The Society of Lady Artists I feel a tactical error from all points of Women are already far too apt to make studies of flowers and fruits and por traits of characterless It is to their own not to cut themselves off from the criticism of their brother not to forego the valua ble lesson of comparing their work with that of men who have won their artistic laurels in the eyes of the It is really the women outside the Society of Artists who are making their names Countess FeodoreGlei the sisters Lady are artists to whom the world accords high Countess Feodore Gleidien shows a thorough ap preciation of form in the busts and statues she exhibits in the and Rae has shown both courage and ability in dealing with the nude Lady Butlers battle pictures and the varied work of the MissesMon talbaalso hold their andmore than hold their the open compe tition on the walls of thejtoyal f a picture cannot whether jy man or the artist has clearly mistaken his or her and no amount of exhibitions of hole and cor ner where membership replaces alent as a reason for the hanging of cer ain will conveytthe smallest ionor orfcudos to the painter who can not face tLj open competition of the world of ait Before tKe great question of art all distinctions of sex should van The true artist is an The mere fact of beingia man or a woman is a question of detail with which the worlfl at large has noth ng at their works ye shall mow them is true in all branches of litera If the work is so much the more praise if a one of a class beings whose mental development may be said as yet to be in leading should have accomplished it If he work is plea of sex should save it from Therefore look upon such societies as that of the Artists as a deliberate step ward in art and the sooner it disbanded and its members merged nto the innumerable societies their jrother workers in art the better it win for those women painters who look npon their vocation I have recently received the yearly re jort of an excellent society founded ty Its coat of appearing t the head of each folly explains ts field of work and u suggestive do mesticity and an manner of womanly The charge on the field of the escutcheon is very clear for the bend is a pair of the bend sinister a threaded and at tho f ess point a determined looking little thimble on the scroll is emblazoned the Thimble The object of this society is to bring in of sew ing the consumer and worker and to do away with the nriddVman tious scruples as to wearing things made by acme underpaid and at the same time have not time nor patience to take the deserving woman in the Thimble with its assurance that any garment or dered wiH be properly made on the short est and that the worker wffl get a fair is a veritable Wfifle we are on tins question of sew ing let me point ont one department of the Lady Guides association which fills a wide gap in domestic To many a busy wife the family mend ing is a perfect With the many calls npon her she really has not time to darn the holes and rents of the entire From the Lady Guides she can get a competent woman to come andput all thoroughly This use ful association not only makes nswhdto but it sends out ladies to pilot the to conduct them to all its to advise and direct them in shopping mat As they have who can speak any they are ready and competent to enlighten foreigners from an parts of the world as to the ins and Outs of metropolitan BanntHal Ecuador The females of Ecuador are proverbial those among the aristocracy Being said to have the fairest in South while all possess soft and expressive dark the blackest and most abundant the whitest well rounded figures and hands and Like all women in the they mature early and fade but perhaps their average span of forty years includes more heart happiness than comes to women of colder clhnes in three score years and for these are bai i IBM ii by no carting cares or high religious superstition and faithfulness unto death are their most prominent characteristics their passionate natures are completely satisfied in the love of husband and and for them the whole universe lies within the Unite of What higher praise could be bestowed npon the women of any coun try To be they are notoriously un tidy in dress and but the manta or like the mantel of cov men do not yet see that they must carry multitude of As the and his huge profits and sweating sys The Dowager Countess of Win chlsea deserves high praise for the boat Bfgdiim manner in she hat car ried out the ideas Cen ters have been established aU over Lon and an those who desire sewing done can feel sum Oat league wffl get it done ia the best and neediest that the wiD get a fair wage and thatthe work wffl goto those who f f it for is the universal and most useful garment for the middle and answering for a coat by a coverlid by an umbrella when it rains aud a basket when there is anything to female manta is worn by all classes and is equally since it hides un kempt hair and all defects of Washington I To Disinfect a The best means to disinfect a room which has been occupied by a person suf fering from any infectioas disease is to burn sulphur in the To do take a dish pan and place a flat plate in toe bottom of and on this plate set a kettto containing the preper amount of sulphur quantities of sulphur and Fill the pan with water so that it will come half way up on the turn alcohol or benzine on tha mix and get out of the room aa speedily as Alcohol is much tha best to and two or three ounces win be sufficient for several pounds of Let the room remain closed for twenty fcur The room should be leftopen tor another twentyfour and thoroacklv the furniture washed with disfefectant the walls newly or and the wood work COTOKd wijh fresh T5e room ahould lie prepared previously by having every crack about doors and windows tightly pasted or stopped The Ming water is that the heat of the kettfu Kill cause evaporation and send moiatwp out into the room the spores bsiiaj very tenacious of dry sul phur fumes are not sufficient to kill them alt In the dry the product is stmply aside of when water is added we have sulphurous which is power ful enough to kill all the spores as well as the Journal of Health About First of have plenty of Com fort and cleanliness depend upon You can better afford to go without any orna ments whatever than ybu can afford to have a scanty Supply of I have visited where there were not and been most After one or two lessons I learned to carry two or three towels in my although it is pleasant to add tht I seldom have to use Have them of a good They are more satisfactory and wear enough longer to pay for the difference in original Somehow one feels dryer if she has had enough of a linen surface to dry A friend of mine begs me not to forget to mention the misery and discomfort pro duced by the summer resort about onethird as large as it should sleazy and wetting through with the mere taking of it in the hands and be fore one has wiped at Most of us know this and love it Staf ford m Good Caring for the A knitted blanket or an embroidered cashmere one can be wrapped around the baby unless the weather is very It is always safe to use one when it is carried from one room to to protect the head from Little knitted keep the feet warm and add much toita Do not be afraid of fresh Open the window and provide artificial heat suffi cient to keep the room at a temperature of 68 Do not let the air blow directly npon the child a screen placed near the window or a strip of flannel pinned in front of the opening will prevent Take the baby into the open air every pleasant putting on sufficient clothing to keep if Do not trust it in a baby carriage with a young whose careless ness might injure it for Always dress and undress a young baby by an open If it cries during the pnpinning its foot blanket and warming Its will quiet Borne TbonglitftUamcTt There are thousands of little courtesies that should not be lost sight of in tha cruel candor of The secret of a gnat social success is to wound no ones self The same secret will go la toward Many a woman who would consider it an unpar dbnable rudeness not to listen with an air of interest to what a mere acquaintance is raying win have no least scruple in show ing her husband that Ms talk wcarka Of course the best thing b when talk does not two people are so unified in taste that whatever the one ia of equal interest to the but this can not always be the even in a marriageifand is it not better worthwhile to tBe small trouble of paying court aons attentionto the one who depends cm JDK tea his daily happiness than even to courtesy on the acquaintances aj transient pleasure topleaae ROAD Successful Results of a New Jer sey Road Law Recently The Special Tmtarm of the Macadam of Good UM of Crnahed Sew Jersey legislature passed act at the last years session which is giving great satisfaction in that and some features of which might be applicable to other localities with like gratifying It is called the county road and its object and purpose is the im proving and maintenance of public Concerning its operations a prominent resident of the state recently said to a New York Mail and Express reporter The county road act provides that any public road in any county of the state may be declared a county road by the county board of chosen freeholders in that and becomes such by the filing of a map with the clerk ofthe county defining the road and that money may be raised by such board for the con and any Unioficounty is entitled the credit of this new The act was prepared and presented by its citi who have for several years deemed some such road law a necessity for the permanent improvement of the public roads in central New Union county has availed itself of this new law to a greater extent than any other county in the Its board of unanimous in favor of the proceeded at once to declare as county roads the principal roads leading from Elizabeth to from Rah wsy to from Elizabeth through Westfield to from Plainfield through Westfield to from Springfield to Summit and from Eliza beth to One hundred and fifty thousand dol lars has already been raised for macada mizing these roads and keeping them in repair for one They have all been the maps filed with the county and hundreds of mostly are now engaged in their Stone of which there are a half dozen or more in the county of are running to their full cracking stone for top while scores of teams are hauling stone in blocks for the solid No stone is used in the construction of these county roads ex cept trap whichis all quarried from the mountains in This rock abounds in these mountains and the supply is The whole appearance of the locali ties where these roads are being con structed is changed for the Be fore any stone is used the bed of the road to be macadamized is brought to a the high points being cut down and the low places being filled with the earth taken from high The new county roads are very popu Those who feared the expensa at first are now more than satisfied with the improvements as they and it is safe to say that there is not a tax payer in the county that would have the new law repealed or the old condition of things restored to save the small expense County roads under the new law will soon become general in most of the counties in the especially if built with the care and thor oughness which characterize tae present board of chosen freeholders in Union We want more county roads next and the present board to con struct or a board equally as Whh towart Bow and intelligent towfch M and cftiesv often only or four cannot tendance at school and vantages of social hfev term every both J at 1 highly to by agoodpermanentroad 1 travehd with speed and i weather and at aQ Astffl greater benefits less received by a to takaup their or who Jum 1 for their chfldrenTs would lead them to do of the mental inspiration i npoa to attend social gatherings at adistaaosts ly goad by enabling t much more would dc whole intellectual tonetoti ing besides keen the healthful influence of thef who are now almost forced There is a certain boy delivered eloquently And the rattling roar oi the and only paused when the ter implied that mosquitoes But this sameTad detects his elders in a blunder andii dattght is One he came home to the family assembled at that table Please tell me something Weve got to talk about it this i Now no one present could be guess whether the talk had today ography or en aunts innocently answered point of view most familiar It wont mix but rises to the said You can take it out ot cloth added and shouted aloud that whenever his own come the subject of family mirths way of saying slyly Greece rises to the top of That must he why she appeared C rushed Stone the The demand for better roads in our conntry towns is opening up a new in dustry to those who see in the future a constantly increasing call for the ma terial required in their and the practical experience of hundreds of both in Europe and has led to but one viz for road building or crushed stone is preeminently the best material for those purposes yet Money otherwise expended on road ways is often worse than thrown each year finding them in the in many worse condition than the preceding while the constant repairs required render them for a large part of the season positively unsafe for In former when the stone must be crushed or broken by the alow and tedious process of the hand ham it is not surprising that material far more was used but with the many stone crushers now in use that town which to avail itself of its opportunity to procure tins far more valuable material forits roadways is indeed lacking in The public demand has become impera tive for good and durable and will be satisfied with nothing Macadam and from whom the road H called takes its maintained that the foundation of the road should not b of large stone at nor should it oi necessity be of an unyielding and he made the comparative cost of taining a road with a roadbed of Mbd rock and one having a soft soil or moraM for foundation as 7 to Macadam maintained strenuously that a stone over one inch in diametqi was destructive in a as it hid a tendency to tip when a wheel OUMOO and thus moved the adjacent teriaL He afterward substituted weight for size and made six ounces the maxi mum stone that was to be Hehaj a considerable following among the French and Eogtigh bat in this country the Telford foundation it generally The specifications for as given by giro the following directions Prepare the roadbed of the required shape and on tins set stones by to form a clow Set the stones carcfnDj OB their broadest lengthwise acrost the upper faces not to mow than four inches in Break off all irregularities with a hammer and fiH an interstices with stone weD rammed in between the larger to a compact maflB On thisplace a layer of stone as neazif cubical in form as practicable and about two and a hatf inches in diameter to a depth of four and more to be added as second and finally the whole to be covered anda half inches of freefnaw day or Paraett says that the presence of roadivapositrni Fmbjrterlam The following is a the foreign missions of the Prlatq church for the year ending May 1 tribes Nez South America United Statsaa Chili toon and Carisco India Kolapnr Slam nese and Japanese in the Japan Corea Persia em 184 388 948 fROOT i 588 school The total board daring the yearhaml distributed as WOteM from from miscellaneous In the second chapter off hurt Johnston considem V increase inadheq three great Christian fowr head of sions are that not onlyaret powers increasing most i but that the greater ratio in wealth elements of Arab cMonswillcomnwixli quickly than of Ifei simply because the r more familiar on are He puts the here into very compact says The accumulation England and America greater than that in tiwn The French i ing in small sums the dncing wealth throngfe steam and the spread of i Christian Themisurn started ial tie Protestant over Itisknowni and has Paris and 103 in the ha eighteen jemw ofi A of tto ceremony between the Mac lace CnriatClmrctt tal copal City   

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