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   Lawrence Daily Kansas Tribune (Newspaper) - November 27, 1882, Lawrence, Kansas                                VOLUME XEWSFATER or In responsible for t he piy TUAT NK7ES It iiovcr flicia mothers holy aml ami ml wiT8 altar otber hU V SeUI US warm The fiicynsc of one lives to roach the skics A inuUiuis carter love can nover of other haipri iul oovoret olr with laid nwnv ith inniiy other of uurl rust At wlHn nil iiruiinrl is sti I Jlf dust with gentle jjVp3 glCB our ubamlrra Will songs ot other days never 11 nrvoi iminory of n UN Hllll IUSMllir hljmt I nnull well and A puiii is which Iciiait J o Ihe may i fair now skin And cvory trace lu liidlen from the eye Jjiitill ihcutony is ls urc tvcr known Tly n wonl 0ip iclr rijward C May nt rnni is WIKMI ho r sts fnnn inroiiy Hol llnd ihe loaves upon theoihLr Jhulinviof pronils t i loiiill upon lif s liiluiw j storms of wind nad J from tho pilgrims lor nunliows and hut never Thy moon aivl rnil aud just doll liandlwurk NOVEMBER 27 i Sl s v lity from tho upim tiiis ivilii t10 mid tuat nev father came a farm near HOW WE BOre TRIED UraVloirl Fjung said wed to do with wu found ont but once wis We were going to look for Tom he had told all to be sure to come right to him If ever we came to and we thought it likely he could find places for us at once either in his own business or among his As we walked along the handsome we conldii t wondering how soon some such splendid stores might us Bill had Tom lilys addrcss3ie was a we soon began to look for The street they told us to rO to didnt look so nice as we But at last we found TonTlilys and that didnt Ipok nice at all e wont in and looked for 1 was ookingforthe plaid clothes for Id a known cm but I couldnt sec cm and uobodv seemed to know siljout But soon Bill Hello I saw a wagon drive np and Tom was drivinsr He hadnt on the plaid and he hadnt any coat or collar and he didnt sacm so very glad sec Well Kill Micro wo arc you Were in for Heady to have you get us into something rifht 0 ls as you know scratch you are said 1 ou havent such fools as to come way down here for have Isnt that what you told us be 1 just to be po hut Im blessed if 1 thought boys as well kept as youd V come pokiu downhcij whore theres more folks a ready thans Where theres I one situation theres ten fellows after was a wonderful take Ue thought hed ask us to go to his but he We wed round a and Wo strolled round important and waiting for tele I saw him several They asked him more ques md then the magistrate The prisoner is ITlie gentleman took my and leu me out I says to him Til never do it What you going to do to me He and says you and thought Id better go Id he iven round and we asked in sonic places if they wanted a but seemed to want any We went into a park 16 cat all we had left of the lunch wed brought Irom He rascals some one and ihe lirst tlrng we knew a biir policeman was hustliiius and telling us if we ever set a foot there again wed be All for oin on the r my eyes to get there that but to tell hm I had no money to go so I told him as Id come Id like to try doing if I had a He took a long look at and said perhaps that would be the and said hed write to my He was a real good friend He talked lots to and ot me a They told me thev never paid much to green I slept un der a and got enough to pay my hoard and a little I ran errands and swept and scrubbed and worked harder n ever Id done in my My clothes got but 1 saved every And on Thanksgivingday I oot a and then I told the boss f had no laste for the And 1 took the early for As 1 got otithi cars to walk home a rain came in from tho other and I saw a lankylooking chap get didnt know him at and then I saw it was home said raid vour way Y Youve done bettcrn says Ivebcenas fur as and Ive been down with the chillsandfever six and some one wrote to father lor money to send me Whores says lie started to bark that day I Footed it all How Men are A correspondent who is traveling in Germany gives a description of the dif tercnt uniforms and tuits of clothes owned by the Emperor of German and winds up with the remark Numerous as the contents of his wardrobe are and have it has never held a dressinp We dp not know as it would be proper to congratulate an but we cannot help remarking that Kaiser Wilhelm is souild in never own ing a There is no one thing in the line of clotliing that is so uncomfortable as a dressing and the placers of Alder its truth might have been But under the circumstances no one thought of doubting it for an especially when Thompson exhibited several ran ged chunks 6f gold that had the appear ance of having oeen broken from amass of the glittering and this Thonip son asserted was the The camp went A hundred men stood ready and anxious to follow Thompson to the spot if he Would onlv lead But Thompson suddenly and afterwards news came of his death in the Big Horn 1 had been ill California several sxd the List searcher to the re yet they are all made for and in nine cases in ton they arc a present i from loving friends who think done a noble Thev a l VISteJ the State Lunatic This was last While Sheep for Renovating Poor We canrtot expeat to get something from rtnd keeping sheep or other stock suddenly re noble They have worked Lowers or figures in and have made i it a beautiful ornament to hang on a I Wanlel1 but not knowing auinml that S I 7 CMO In is to wear they have got it about as f ionTortable as I hls tlme m drawing rough maps or on tho walls of his by a loved wears gToans j th and sneezes and takes cold and i i his cel1 WeC to Heaven the friend had oiven liinr a I They of some a flannel or anything river ruuning on earth but n There cr treW uttinV tl iu about the center of the point of junction of these he sit what sort they so neighborly all at couldnt help t VCrv camemost everyday toborrow ami then if thuydidnt brintr Jt thevmost used In to on the grass Theres iots o grass to whimpered Ked was smallern me and Lets go say We laughed at but not very Bill said he was going to start one I r tlc Plails going to work us llis We went back i uanc3 and looked into my butter not have asked him if ho knew The Lord bless Samr cm at till whore we could and he sposcd they d us in where he if we had any We ail thought it would be very grand to up at a city it There wasnt half tnounh and the beds wore awfully crowded up in one In the morn ing a man came along and said wo were to 1 1 horses I always didul o for so 1 saw a 1 hoy liad a iousin that came out for i in harvosi was in lus uuHs in New and wore lightcol phud lie xerv socia i and would come around about JliiLa time iu the and would at with us is free as which seemed very good of him when youd hear him talk of his in the city was very foil 1 of tin plums arid harvest and praised HI but did say that as lor him he had no tiste lml llle he gav The cily was the plain for boys of And tho boys thought and said they had no taste Uir t and they meant to fjet into tin eity assoon when I came to to nay thirty cents each for our simper and our lo and Ned had given Bill money to take care all but a ho was the now ho felt in his pockets and it really ixgau to that i hud no taste lor tanning And I tho oht it strange lather and mother hid ne cr coin crncd themselves to find out what my for I had read in a that it is a solemn duty for pi riiits to study tho tastes of their chil dren and that their sticjcss in life de pends a great deal ou such things blythat was the citv chaps iiamehad a lot of splendid little books he lent ihe Hrayton and thev lent cm to mj and told me not to They were regular riproaring stori tell all ut and and death and dark bold The fellows in them wore so that oneofem would think no more of riding up lo a lot of and slabbing one and shooting two or three with his and knocking down another with putting spurs to his horse and Jtpuig off ina perfect hailstorm of bul than of eating breakfast Hill Hrayton thouirht hed try one of thesehenius out on smd come back in a few years rich owning a cattleranch and no end of go 1 mines aud Hut Ned llrav ton and I thought we d go into business the like Tom lily I spoke to father about He laiiphcd when I toid him of my and said 1 didnt know when 1 was well J hat is the way the fathers in the books didkeeping your lives crushed down bv uucongeiiiaVsuiTound they called And Hill and s tather said he hoped theyd grow up to something better than such a liamltoiiiouth life ai Tom So it was very easy to see how our few And gone He felt anl he hollered out Ive been robbed Thieves The man swore at and asked him if he meant hed been robbed there lie took all the money me and Neil had and then lie gave Bill a luck and told him to be Tom lily gave us a lot of crackers at his and said wed better oo But I was too much as they uuf thoughtId try get I think it L j walked till I was and all the the seventy miles ccpt lifts found father just putting up the ho atler homo from up to him and says I Po you want to hire a sir He dropped the halter on the barn and grabbed hold o both my ss says weve all been looking fur 1 do want a f can get one that has a taste for I shouted out Im tin boyi and then I rushed in and got my arms around mothers and nearly made her drop the great big turkey she was just getting out of the I guess some time before she or the little girls knew whether they were laimhiii or and then father came iii and who and they do it for fear of Ctla ug the donor if they to wear And yet every home in this country Jut six have from one to four drcssinc eowus hung up in ftirnishimr iistonanco to The reason that Iressing gowns are Unpopular with the males are In the first place lovclists and playwritcrs always get he simpering hair nrtedinthemidde Alex intoadress and he looks so soft that you eel its though you could run a catstall nto him and that makes him Then when a woman sold out to provide a dressinggown for a dear she picks out some pattern Of colored goods with a figure as big as a palmleaf and when it is made no it inakos a tntin look blown off a billboard tiiat it is in a mans way more than an ulster overcoat would It is pad where the man is too and where lie is liable to Uike cold there is I nothing to protect The lappels are thrown back so that he made he h with A wet circus streains a line waa drawn due south to a peak marked three and thence it continued in a zigzftg line in a south erly with the length of each straight line At the extreme end of the line a circle was drawn with cross in the As soon as I looked at the crazy mapmaker 1 recog nized It was I was subsequently told after gfcing from Montana to he lost all his money and then was taknu down with a He was adjudged insane and sent to the whcve I found He had been there three Ue stepped into the I ex amined the maps on the and asked Thompson about He seemed willing enough to talk about other a very disjointed On was it his finding that the mnn immediately to mo that the map was intended to show the point at which the Lost abin and the wonder ftil deposit of gold were and open shirt front from his l PTO I hadnt been a Known either when 1 told cm how sorry I was Id given cm so much and how glad I was to get I tell if theres anythiii to be thankfullcr for ou ThanksHvin tnan anything its for havin waistbands of his It is true the lappels of the gown are of and may he they are but if thev ay back over his shoulders they cannot keep his chest as It should bo when the martyr has taken hs vest and to have a quiet evening at The gown which a man wear in the he wotiid not be seen weariliT out to the front step after a paper for ten because he would look like l i I HMJtV UKU i i masqueado The invariably eighteen inches too and so when he sits down he leels as though hu was sitting on a nest of The sleeves are invari ably too so he has to roll them ill i homeland having a chance to stay and Bill ami Ned thinksthcres ft his head lots 6 worse feedin stock or and then he feels as though ho was fi The collar comes nTo th Iiext timJ intervals occurred we should sec doing work than plowinoor winsr or u work I lound carrying a and I got ten cents for it and bought a loaf ng anything were likely to do on f in any Balloon Accident in The Vienna of the Lon see how the m the had been driven to 4 i a homesWe talked aguatdea and made up our iniiulsthatif we wanted to havTany thmg of a wo must nm morning very ly when I tiptoed down stairs in my in door I k wish Ioonld have wished her and told her how Id remem ber my promise to her never tb smoke or drink a glass of beer till Im twenty She you that if a fellow leisjit alone that V KtM41V CtUUUb fcut 1 d her a note tellinr her I was mstonmnr to New York to make my depot to go No I went with him and when night came I waited till it was and then 1 sneaked into a pretty yard where there was and crawled mto a hammock there and fell I woke very and saw a nen tleman in the yard lookinoat meT I was afraid he was going to have me taken up for going on his and I jumped The hammock stuck to one of my and 1 didnt but tore away from it and ran away without my Tho gentleman called me to but I jumped over the fence and ran as hard as 1 could a great till I was clear out of When I stopped to see where I was came rushing up to me and says he Isnt this your pocketbook lhen ran I thought at first it might a been mine that was stolen but m a second I saw and I hollered after him to tell But he rtumt and while I was lookinolt it and seeing twas a very handsome two men ran up and took hold of my I says le now But they says Come my finei and snatcheS the pocketbook and went to There was a crowd round mo m a I kicked and fought at but they held mo and they slipped some iron things on my and there I that and a big lot of boys hollering after me They took a building and locked mo and I didn t know what twas for uioren the I lay down in a corner and won dered it I d ever get if Id ever see home I wondered what motherd say if she could see I wondered what they were doing on the After a great while they took me Where you going to take me I Before the folks and told night Id stole a pocketbook a and theyd been tracking me ever avtrl recent balloon winch was very nearly attended with fatal consequences An aeronaut named Silberer had made tourteen successful ascents from tho I rater during the and yester day afternoon attempted the fifteenth He was accompanied by two gentlemen Leitner and nei ther of whom had the slightest knowl and just pocketbook in found hie broke tor her when I all tneaplendid things Pd r B agreatmer mto the parloraai got picture of my two little sit tersand wrabped there wasnt of mother and went We had three miles to walk to the railroad sta t j No more milking oows or piling droppine corn or Hurrah says as we rattled alone in the vr of us nad money enough to i to New jud a little 1 it a Letter to be IB fina right and told how the fellow d made me stoP a lot o witnesses Ihen they let me all said IMstole e tell now Fd slept all some where bat wanted night me when 1 told om it was the solemn Just then I saw the standing in the door that had seen me in his I hopedhe wouldnt tee for 1 was afraid hed come to see about getting nee But he did see and came np to He took a button out of his and laid it against coat It had a bit of the coat to it that I had fora out when r it just fitted grounds all edge of this being their nrst balloon The weather was not altogether and while the ma chine was tilling Silberer manifested certain but being to disappoint the large crowd of expecting the wind would fall in the course of the he de cided to He thought proper to announce that the journey would be a short as he would seize the first opportunity to euect a At about half past four the order was given to let go the whereupon the with its three occupants rose rapidly into the upper a northwesterly which earned it over the hilly district between the Northern ami Western Here the aeronaut threw out the anchor ex pecting to alight without but suddenly a change of wind drove them toward the lower valley of the and a regular hurricane broke The car was at this time within a few feet of the but was hurled along with such ve ocity that the peasant who had gathered from all were unable to render Meanwhile the three whose portion every moment was becomine more were jolted about in the thrown off their and unable to handle the anchor or eas their only hope of They Wt so unfortunately entangled that Jt who alone knew now to rejra late the escape of bad only his feft arm and was utterly On united the balloon over meadow and tree and until its head ong course was for a moment arrested protruding branch of a huge oak 2f JUle ballooniste was thrown and had a most miraculous re ceiyjng only a few slight The weight being thus hurried on with the same fearful rapid ity till it came in contact with a sub stantial brick in which it made his earsj tiie shoulder around under the and aitcr wearin the comfortable garment for an and gcitinso nervous that he almost and a few times when asked how he likes his he lays it awav and wears a business sack coat forever aft and is We do not won der lhat who are more sub ject to have dressinggowns thrust at them than any other class of people turn out at and have their i lives worried out of We can think WM ourchance of no fate that is worse than to be a bachelor and have half a dozen dressinggowns to For an act that is supposed and intended to convoy to the recipient good wishes and a contented the presenting of a tiressinggown to a man is full of Men may rally from the Hrst dressinggown and lyin that to they by convey the are well constantly impression provided with such stand off any attempt on the part of a welliiieanino friend to present them with but there are so many men who are not brave enough to assert their say right out that they have enough that we have ceased to wonder at the prevalence of It has got so in some States that men club together a few weeks before Christ mas and eacli assist the other in spre ul injr the mlormation that all are sup plied with so that no misguided person may cause two dress inggowns to bloom where only one bloomed Societies should be formed for the amelioration of the sad condition of men who are compelled to habitually wear dressinggowns when at They already have the heart felt sympathy of all who have emanci pated themselves from the slavery of tho but they need We would close tins article by a solemn warning addressed to youne pouijded With ft View to getting a After questioning him for some I put my linger ou the circle in the map and asked him that gold answer was to spring at me in wild I knew from this that I had guessed his Wo all withdrew from the and at the first oppor I tunity I had an interview with ona of physicians of the and told him what I knew about 1 aso told him that there was very lit tle doubt tif tbe existence of the de posit of md that Thompson could lead us to The physieiazi hnd pre viously informed me that the was sometimes to all purposes perfcctlv sane for and I now what we could do with The doctor In about two weeks a note was scut to my informing ftie that Thomp son had entered upcm one of his lucid 1 immediately went np tOtbe In company with the doctor I entered Thompsons coll and entered into conversation with His talk was quite and in the course of a halfhours interview he appealed to me to got him out of the This Tho doctor immedi ately offered to free him from the asy lum if he would show us tho way to that it with his fin ger on the Thompson hesitated but presently Ttis was all we There wns no dillicnUv in getting him out of the Whatever yon dp in the wavj of presents to the man you never lure anybody to erect a dressinggown for because it will cause conceal like a worm in the to feed on and it will fit him too ultimately and some day you will find that he has it to swab his shotgunPecVs used The doctor certified that he was and a discharge soon fol lowed We immediately started to whence we intended to pro ceed to the Big Horn Mountains for the purpose of hunting the We reached Dillon on the 3d of last June and took the stage to Virginia J here we ostensibly for the National and continued on our In a few days we found our selves in the park and well on our wav to the Big Horn in which Thompson said the goldmine was lo In three more days we reached the Big Horn River and traveled up it to the This was on the 15th of Thompson had up to this time acted as naturally as any of us in addition to tho Doctor aud myself we hud brought along one of the asylum l nompson said that wo would be able to reach the gold deposit the next and we were all wilcf with We camped on the night of tho loth iu a wild place a few miles from the Aside from Thompson wo wore all very tired and wc mae a large It tnen crossed a grave knocking over tombstones and iron than the rest the the One shock more violent ecipitated Lehner to Romantic Search for a Hidden A reporter yesterday had a conversa tion with one of a party of three men who have spent the last summer in searching for the Lost about which there was so much discussion in this Territory several years ago It was b and external the balloon SOberer had having awteined severe internaJ i A minute later its and retained just sufficient neigh ood of a small town on the Western Railwa hour and a half and had been an and had be their dangerous byas four who in low made a wonderful discovery of gold at a point supposed to be somewhere near the line between Montana anaWr In less than a week after the discovery was made a party of hostile Indians made a descent on the discover ers and killed all but one of Ihe a man named made his appearance in Alder Gulah the wonderful discovery which he and his companions had The dis covery was said to consist of a ledge of seven feet ia tired and slept When arose in the morning Thompson was Iho excitement had evidently brought on a spasm of and ho had gotiip during the and wan dered off into the We hunt ed for him three and finally found him bruised and at the foot of a cliff fully feet In his delirium he had plunged over it to a cer tain the night that he fled from We buried him where wejound as a search for the treasure would be hopeless without his we turned Tho Doc tor and his man I left at Miles whence they will probably go East As for I will make no further search forthe Lost L1 He has seventythree grand fortythree boys and thirty Holmes is seventynine weight 300 has fifteen hundred deer and one The entire family live in Morgan f dUBA streaks of pure gold running throneh it were transported to the nearest public London rcfemwL rf the public had in aftroto cpn not been at on account of hat raised eleven seven boys and four years killed except one who livefln Blonnt All the older ones belong to the Missionary Baptist go daily paper says that rock salt is made at the inland springs and not from sea We always had a notion that salt was rocked in the cradle of the store exhausted or infertile soil to un bounded fertility unless we go outside the farm itself for fertilizing But there is no better stock to put on such land to assist In its renovation than CSpecting lt the same time to receive a fair Income from the in vestment in A very good way to begin is to buy asmany sheep to feed as can be provided with fodder iud Of grain must be nud if enough is not raised on the farm there is no danger of loss in buying grata to feed fattening They will amply repay for all they Be sides this tho farin is likely lacking the mineral elements iu soil which can at the same time be obtained through tho grain and in this way a double protit may be if selected with reasonable are so sure to pay for what they eat that a farmer may even run tho risk of borrowing money to buy grain to feed Some green food fs needed and for this mangels are the best unless a silo can btused and green food be kept in that for winter These crops will be but the laud can be fed on what manure they produci and they will soon reach amax imiim Sheep manure is the best usually made on the because it is always made and kept under and he Jiijiiid portion is absorbed and re tained sa Is that from no other Where the one great object in keep ing sheep is the renovation of worn ont probably the best method is to buy after shearing sheep to fat the coming fall and Uuy a Hock of thrifty common merino cwcs with their lambs sired by along or Southdown and both cwcs aud lambs can be fat tened to or if the market for early spring lanibs is good and availa and proper accommodations arc at hand to care for the ewes can bo bred again to the same kind of a mm for curly and with high feeding all can be disposed of in early summer to make room for another remem bering all the time that good feeding is what does tho and at tho same time produces rich manure forthe ii and lambs are not desired or not to be a Hock of wethers of any will never leave themselves in debt for food Still with good hand ling there is undoubtedly more money for tho amount invested in the owes am but more care is fcheep are close feeders on grass and if heavily stocked will keep the grass down so short as to prevent its best This method of feeding will give tho farm a ivst for a time dur ing the giving the pastures a good start for the fall The manure continually to land or meadow as fast as made will wonderful ly increase the proJ mt of ami each year a larger ilock will be consume the ihe start onco bting made the business will keep itsolf going and annually increase the fertility of thu Grain farms in this way be kept ci nsianljy iu a high state of fertility w ntTiiig large Hocks of sheep to con sume the coarse fodder at a prolit and producing increased yields of grain each succeeding When sheep lo be fed arc purchased there seldom need be any trouble about overstocking the land the reason will be far enough advanced to indicate tho probable supply of pasture for the bal ance of the but if it docs not hold out grain should be fed as soon as there is any falling oil from a full sup for the sheep must be gaining all the As to fall anu winter treatment we carttaot do bettor thai to quote the following from a practical feeder of many years As soon as the frost has injured the place the sheep and lambs in pens for not over twentyfive in and be sure to sort according to Commence feeding gradually on grain oil meal or cotton seed and give each day a feed of they will if the supply will lie should not bo afraid to buy all the grain as above that ho needs for feeding for if judiciously fed with plenty of ho will get good return for and will have it near ly all in tho very best manure to put bak upon the and after the lirst will enable him to raise all the hay ind roots he wishes to aud gradually a large share of the If them is no danger of flooding the as fast as the manure accumu lates draw It directly to the field and give the meadow good coaling of spreading as us Also manure a pice for next and tho lemaindcrof if ho has should be ovd tho poorest parts of the In tin spring t he sheep should sell at a good ad vanco over their but ho will n douht find that the lambs have much the By buying a fresh lot of sheep each and fattening and tor market each spring ho will need to feed more jjniin than in keeping store and of course will make more and better manure each winter and i ho learns the business fairly he will have no desire to change hut will soon be mowing more and more ol the fifty acres beside the other mead and will be growing a larger field of mangels each and pretty soon will need a larger fcarn to accom modate the sheep he shall keep and he will be buying more wornout land on which to put his surplus troil Post and NUMBER BECRET 10 evening at OddFellows Norti or Kxoetalor latgn meed Thurwlay oveuinga at their hall in NoiA Lsw Lawrrocc L eery Tuesday erenlng at 7 at tho hall Poebler Henrj JOUK Ix5tee eYorr Monday at 7 in Uio oii polite the Court All mombcn of iroud vtaniliiiir are cordially Invited to The Lawrence A1U meets every Thurwlav aitrht at Mib lors All members in pood Rtniulinir ara cordially invited to Agood literary tertainweut every Cash Grocery House LARGEST STOCK i FINEST GOODS At Bottom Prices Corner and War ren Everybody nude bsppy who deals tho Ciub ENDSLEY PIANOS Pint door North of AUTO WB1TE Dardman and Dale Toning mud XUpairiac Attended Made Beoki Ulfcrge BOOK CAMPAIGN WHITER M paii Stewarlowns real estate inn ertimaud to be worth Fence Posts That Will A writer in an exchange says I dis covered many years ago that wood could be made to last longer than iron in the but thought the process so simple that it was not well to make a stir about it I would as soon have basswood or ash as any other kind of timber for fence I have taken out basswood posts after having been setseven years that were as sound wnen taken out as when first put in the Time and weather seemed to have no effect on The posts can be prepared for less than two cents This is the recipe Take boiled linseed oil and stir in pulverized coal to the consistency of Put a coal of this over the and there u not nun that will lire to see it CHEW ft An la the odd wttk mtn Good ARB ffiraMYaMIAHCT GOODS   

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