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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 12, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Brief miscellany. The tryst. Impelled a memory in a wayward m reluctant yearning with a faithless mind i sought once no re a fou amp Miglec Tecl s. Of. A wooded Upland bordered by the sea. Whose tides were swirling up the Reedy Sands or in useless in the yellow Marsh. My Way v As wild. The winds awaking smote my far Bat As i passed the ruined Wall bran a. S Ana vines and waving blossoms Daube a frolic it Sci me like a in in Ruer rain. Shouldering tin i bus against the murky East stood Stalwart Oaks. Aud in to Mossy Sod below the or tabling Birches whig it red me. Not i reached the Silenc Loving Pines. Aud ii red. Tin mists swept from wooded Hills and. R. Ding a ird. Hid the anchored ship to. Hap. Dreaming an old dream again of be. G tryst in secret on the Knoll i wander.-1 o listening in dreamy Maze to Stilt lids i the Light familiar the approach of a it 11-Hnowu footsteps in the Leafy path \ mar curing voice calling me by Liam Brough the Pine shafts the sunless Light of Dawn was come. My dream would be Tai stole Tiabo. And Mboi scat. Then Aloin Bat h la the sky began to Blaze i morn the West flushed Rosy red a leaping from his bed of Gold. Us banners Crimson Gray and White y s Adow in the Leafy path was to keep the tryst with Mei step among the bids i heard. The Lyon it swallows from their bestial a flew mad in toe ii cd t with song. Far out at sea the White sail fluttered in the t a r Breeze but Day a a silent holding tryst with us a my i i i ape Reward in Faith restored. A kits the the Stoddard in Scribner n Jamu amp by. Nov it a it Smi duet was ii i Mim a ii Ike. By Nix Tomica. 44 Well now Hulda i have struck it you and i have worked hard All our gives and now Well take it easy. Or. Grimes said it wits a Geed thing and i know it is Only have to be rubbed about live minutes come amt As White As Snow i be been working on it a Good while. You thought i was Grout i suppose when i used to sit off in the Corner by myself and would not hardly say a word to you or the children but you were mistaken i was simply forming this great project in my mind. I Don t begrudge the time in be spent on it Hulda for its going to pay u. Back mighty a now Thomas Jackson if you be got sense enough left will you just set yourself Down in that chair and Tell my if you re crazy or gone Stark mad. You come a Yellig into the House like an injun talking about a or. Grimes and a Good thing and about not having to boil it at All and a coming out White As Snow who is or. Grimes but it done to make any difference who he is. You a better stay to hum Aud min your own business a cause just so Quick As you go to fooling with tile in town Sharks beat you Ormy name ainu to a Shulda smudge i wont stand Here Ann hear you go on so about or. Grim./-. He a the Man what a going to get my washing machine patented for me and he says it s a spic Din Good thing. It turns with a Crank ail i Ane mid can use it. Or. Grimes told me himself to Day with his own lips it was the greatest wonder to him so s Good v Hadnot thought of it before. Of i ted you Hulda he a a Nice Man. I Haven t known Nim but a Day or two and he a just like a brother to me. Ile says to me right on the Start says he,4 or. Smudge you i Ive struck it Rich you wont have to labor any More when you get this worked up for it will bring Yon in a mint of Money every now in a going right Down town and say Hulda when i come Back ill bring you a Nice new gown you be been a Good wife to me and not just because i m getting wealthy i ainu to going Backen you you shall have a girl to do your work and i believe Pon my word when i come Back 1 11 bring myself a Box of cigars. I never smoked one of tile plague tilings in my life but when folks get Rich you knew they be got to put or some style. And i Tell you what Hulda you and i will just sit right Here and eat Yaller legged chickens foul Amboy oysters while the celebrated smudge was Ngma Liine is being introduced All Over this country and Tnomas Jackson do you to to Oil your shoes and stockings this minute and get your get into this a it ail of hot water or Xii be introduced into some Asylum. You Reft Pivitz h Olmen ainu to you talking about Fuller logged chickens and cigars and hired girls x Vul did All my own work for the i i Twenty years besides doing part of yours a la done to think til com Nenee now a having some Frow sely headed Gal a in ring around Here for me to wait on Ami you to flirt with. Of i know you you look. And As fur Edgar you a i look Sweet you a stumping Aroon i with a Cigar in your Mouth ? every pig on i by place would die a laughing it you. But what a the use of talking its All you can do to whittle a strand in. In like to see tile washing machine you a get up. There would t i a no ii inn in worshipping it eau e a two my not be like anything i it i Tho heaven above or the Earth beneath a now Hulda in a ashamed on you. I just wish i in. Grimes was Here to talk to you a few minutes head convince you quicker than a wet sponge could Sake the writing Ofinn a slate. Why just look at it. Hulda Well say there a shirt states. Of course there a More than that but we la put it Low enough. And then Well say there a 200 towns in a state. Of course there a More than that but i done to want to color the picture any Hulda. Everybody has to have washing done done to they Hulda that a where in be got Mem. Y of see new and useful invention turns with a Crank no boiling no Soai it child can use i Tell you Hulda the More i think on the More i think in be got a Good thing. Or. Grimes said All it wanted now was pushing and in a going o commence to push this afternoon. I shall have about fifty of Mem made and then in a going to take old Betsy and Start out to introducing a a Well there Hainet no Law in this country to prevent a Man from making a fool of himself As i knows on but if you Wasut pc a particular Friend of mine i would t live with you a minute for if Ever there was a crazy Critter let Loose you re one. All or. Grimes wants is your Money and if you a had any bringing up you a see it. Of course he a like a brother to you. Hell stick to you closer than a bad reputation As Long As you be got a cent and then hell drop you and if i ainu to very much mistaken about the time you Light you la begin to come to your but there As no use arguing with Thomas. He had made up his mind to go the Patent right business and when a Man gets Patent rights into his head Yon might As Well let him alone for its a sort of an epidemic and when it strikes a Man it strikes him hard and it affects his whole system. When it leaves him lie generally finds himself All in a Heap and sometimes it leaves him so weak that it takes a Good while for him to recover Aud sometimes lie never gets Over it. And then this disease generally leaves a Man with a kind of a bad taste in his Mouth for Patent right attorneys. Did you Ever meet one of these affable gentlemen if you Haven to allow me to say right Here if you Ever get thoroughly acquainted with one you will never forget him. The remembrance of that Man will follow you As Long As you live. His beautifully written circulars his winning ways and his kind and Juicy language will be uppermost in your thoughts Wien you retire and you will always experience that bad taste in your Mouth when you awake in the morning. After Many trials and tribulations or. Smudge succeeded in getting some of his washing machines manufactured. He had lost a Good Deal of sleep in preparing his speech which was to be delivered when he machine was presented to the Good Farmers wives for their consideration. This in connection with the trouble he had experienced Iii getting them manufactured and the a a i told you sos from Hulda had so worn on the old gentleman that from a Good solid Well fed Farmer he had been reduced to a Mere Skeleton. Consequently his sunday suit which lie donned on the morning he was to Start out on his introductory tour seemed to be fastened Only at the top and Hung from him loosely All the. Way Down. At last All tilings were ready. Thomas mounted the Wagon seized the reins and Betsy who seemed inspired with the momentous Ness of the occasion rattled Down the Road at a thundering gait with six of the Cele rated smudge washing nov Chines behind her. Alter due deliberation or. Smudge concluded that he Oul Dnn to Stop very near Home As he realized that a Prophet is not without Honor save in his own country and he began to think before he reached Home that a Man trying to sell washing machines Wasny to honoured anywhere at least not to any i Verv great extent. J after a drive of several hours ii i reached a Coni try comparatively new to him and sighting a Good cozy f urn House in the distance he Cone add that he would see if he dispose i of one of sum Igeta Sci in rated was inn i machine there. I drawing rein at Hie door he was just about to alight when in hear i a voice i in his ear like the shrill notes of a fish i Horn. Looking around he discovered a female figure emerging from around i the Corner of the House. By her Side was a full grown Weli devel sped bulldog with a double Chin. Smudge thought he could stand either one of the in alone 44 but Quot l muttered to himself a if i never sell a washing machine in my life and have to die in poverty 111 never approach a firm where the senior members Are a bul 1-dog an a woman. As or. Smudge seemed to the female i a Little undecided what c ure to i in she she opened fire on Lim with her. Tongue. This is a weapon very much in Ime by females on account of its re i jutting q Lali ties and from the fact that they Seldom run onic of ammunition i a a done to Yon git off that Wagon mister a if you do i ii give you a warmer a. O pm to on than Gen. Grant got up in Chi Csc the other Ilav. Pc pc been i tired to death by such critters As von Are. Lightning Rod men and wind Mil i men have been round lit re thicker than 1 fleas on a dog and when i seed you a coining i says to myself a Amanda Higgins what have you done that you j should be tried in this was Viand i made i up my m in a ii iou got in hero id make it so awful Lincoln i Ort a. T i want to stay Long i get a Nice yarn fixed up a amt your machine Iti warrant that wind Mil j Feller had too. The Lynn Huzzy told me would pump hot or cold water. I milk my cows chum my butter and i ride my horses to water and head v been Here a lying yet i suppose if i Hadnot bought a Mill of him. And a hat a it Good for can to hardly coax j it to pump cold water let aion1 hot i no sir Iti give Yon to understand meter that in a a Lone unprotected female and a j or smudge waited to hear no More but stopping up his right ear with Bis j left hand he was deaf i i the other inc plying the whip to be tvs with his i lit i , he determined Iii the Short time imaginable to put the of Cutty j distance possible Between i tost of Ami j his first customer. About this time or. Smudge began to feel a All Pat it i ngut men feel after their first Endeavor a to push their wonderful invention. He i began to pc i a kind of a oneness tin longing irresistible griping pain m the Vicinity of Liis vitals also communicated to him in language too forcible to be mistaken that the time bac1 now arrived when in the seclusion of his own Home he and Hulda usually sat Down to their Noonday meal. His love for or. Grimes Ako began to lose somewhat of its brilliancy and some Way in his own heart he began to feel that he did no to have that hankering after him that he used to have. Nevertheless he determined to make one More grand Effort at pushing a and if it also proved unsuccessful to would attach a Stone to the Crank of each individual washing machine drown them in the Middle of some Jake then go Home and Tell Hulda he d sold them to some parties on five years time without interest. He thought that was about As Long As she would be Apt to live and that being the Case of course at the end of that thine he would be excused from making any further explanations. Now says or. Smudge here3 my Chance Here a a farmhouse that looks comfortable and Nice none of your Bull ilog kind of folks live Here Iti warrant but a the Gates open 111 slip into the Yard anyway a that will be farther along than i got Down to the last place. Good morning Madam Madam i am introducing the celebrated smudge washing machine. My Maiden name is also smudge. The lame of this instrument Madam is spread Over a Large amount of territory. Mrs. Hayes has done All the washing for her guests with this machine Ever Cioce i Rutherford has occupied the chair and i received a Post office card irom her last evening saying she a i be without it fur thirteen times what it Cost Lier. The More dirt on the clothes Madam the better this instrument does its work no boiling required no soap turns with a Crank and a child can use it. A but i do not ask Jon to take my word Madam. If Yon have any soiled garments on hand my heart would leap ult i gratitude if you would allow me to Snow you what my machine can a mail right or. Smudge Hustle off your machine. Here Jane you bring Down those dirty clothes. You must excuse me mister we done to have our it a you of. I washing done Only once in two weeks and about ten Days ago my husband was took Down with the Small pox and now seven of the children have got it and eight More have very bad symptoms but i in in Hopes it wont spread into the family any farther. If it does i shall be completely used up. Jane you run Over to mrs. Spargos and Tell Lier to bring her washing right Over. She told me last week if she could get a Good washing machine that run Light and easy if they would let her take it a few months on trial arid let Lier pay tor it in butter and eggs and she could get it cheap enough she did no to know for sure but perhaps she take it. Take your machine right off or. her advice was not necessary he was not Only taking off one but As she finished speaking the rear end of the last machine was just risible through the dust. La Low is the report of the medical superintendent at the Asylum at which or smudge was confined thursday aug. 25. Man received by the name of smudge appeared vim and distracted imagines one minute i is sick with Small pox and the Leal that he is being chits d by Bull-dug.-. Monday sept. I. The Man sum 1-get died this morning. He appear 1 rational a Short time before his death he left a will requesting that on of smudge a celebrated washing Machut s Mould be erected at the head of his rave. Kala Maz Mich. Irish superstitions in Ireland As in other countries the Robin is believed to have plucked Atli in out of the Crown of thorns and to hive got its breast stained with blood ins doing. Tinkers Are looked Down upon in Donegal for the following reason 3\ Hen the Blacksmith was or dered to make nails for Tho Cross he refused but the tinker consented to make them and Christ condemned him and All his race to be wanderers and never to have a roof of thir own to cover them till the worlds end. A car. That be True we a ked the woe an who told us the foregoing Story. A is it not the Case that tinkers must wander from place to place in order to ply to Cir Trade a a Una a miss it the blessed lord s judgment on them that keeps them from having a House of their the same person de Lares that she has be ii the Sun dance f. It a Joy on easter morning. A Zishe tilt Irish peasant always Mains the in ii feminine1 j was Jim risen a1 hive the i it attains when so gave the it ships for Joy that Brist is risen fun it i seen it i my Ain the cock is estimated very highly for his Wisdom inherited Iii All probability from the ancestor that crowed when be ten in d ins lord. Should he Crow at an in. Civ near s he is h it my a. E red to bum his Fen r. I they by cd. I. I ii in to i r i exp. 1 i Mon in c Tea i k Kilt tilt to lever is still afoot hum trepidation and draws or his head. The a is regarded by our peasantry of ail races celts Semi scotch an i the descendants of the Engli to settlers with superstitious interest. It is desert i d Iii Ulster As a a gentle wee thing a the word a gentle a always meaning of fairy origin. It is thought to be very Lucky when crickets come to the House and very unlucky when they ii ave it Nail it is considered a dangerous thing to kill them a la. A of its a word Ibon 1 in of St h the d it. Pianos i i Baric the nut Piere-5 congeners violin the 1 the most in tics of the apprising. A largest Citi Lam 11 he j in t a a a urn a n 1 v kit i men to of b latter the 125 sol this s a year r to in i ave one ii re has in oui i it hat la conies of the the drum is the to Horn in a1 ing the the most most soulful the comprehensive to in is tic and social music. Tho stat production axe makers in the foil country produce for which the Pill too. Every every hotel and Public. One or More the Boardie from one to thirty and Tim parlor which lacks one is thought to be incompletely . Tin. Is within the Borders of modern civilization beyond them however a stray piano Drift now and then rom times As strange almost in its surroundings As were the piano Stoob which were swept into Macce Rehill by the foul human torrent that roared through new York streets in the draft riot of 1803. The piano has no gift of perpetual youth. Its melodious life is perhaps live to Twenty years it sounding life May be twice As Long but what becomes of the old pianos fire carries off some during the War the few which were involved went in a variety of ways sometimes being used As operating tables by the surgeons but nobody sees pianos go for kindling Wood. If they go to the Domestic exile in Garrett to a Garrett must be full of them they cannot drop into cracks As pins do and whether they disintegrate slowly blow out through the key Hole on Christmas eve or Are borne away by rag carts is yet a ? York paper. Mullein cures correspondent of the Lexington by / Ress wrote As follows about the Flower of a Well known Plant a i have discovered a remedy for consumption. It has cured a number of cases after they had commenced bleeding at the lungs and the hectic flush was already of the Cheek. After trying this remedy to my own satisfaction i have thought that philanthropy required that i should let it be known to the world. It is tile common mullein steeped strongly and sweetened with Coffee sugar and drunk freely. Young or old plants arc Good dried in the Shade and kept in clean bags. The Medicine must be continued from three to six months according to the nature of the disease. It is very Good for the blood vessels also. It strengthens and builds up the system instead of taking away the strength it makes Good blood and lakes inflammation away from the lungs. It is the wish of the writer that every periodical in the United states Canada and Europe should publish this recipe for the Benefit of the human family. I Lay this by and need it in the House i ready for use. Our Little folks. Little mix Lief. Tittle mischief have you seen him let me show him up to you with his tumbled curls so to idea Aud his eyes of roguish Blue. Two years old is Little mischief years Well spent by him. I Ween in b turning naught but witchcraft Puii Iest Babye or was seen. Little fold that Patter Patter. Back and Forth the Long Day through Lite Tonga that we. And a batters Dill you scarce know what you do. Little Chubby hauls Caress Yon. Pull your Collar poll your hair. Pinch your rare and Fual the hair pins. Lad you Blind old everywhere. Little had that s lust Ever. Finding Hornet Long new to do naughty often but so Clever we. And to punish him 1 Ould you makes a Pang of every treasure from his rattle tolls Aho hammers household goods at Leisure possibly your poor nose. Too. Tien with eyes set full of Kerr. As he hears your hurried a ooh a hell forget it Ere to Morrow says hell a Pang dear in an. In a too Quot ii ids the Kitten i v the Quot to i. Stands the a Bow a Quot Esa pc mss a duty Quot of his tin Psi. Struts a out so very queer. Tit and a on head i Lings the baby ii drive h. Ii tie i with Las whip i you but a a him the Glass u. Ii Pony loot a in the. By an i by a gets quite Rosy Little i h Al and tired Wink and blink Aud to too Low to keep awake lie Trie i it the t a never let him , it. D we it Bim its soft and warm by breathe a prayer a me to Barra Coe Al ii very liar i to a tended it found it across and Back for Only one Perso so some Large Plank were 1 stoned to other forming a float that Reache Chi a a Rob and although it was a narrow walking a to Iii to Only we to it and ran without fear. One Day i we Aud Mel Tings it pro feed by vie and the River very it grew accuse ack Ward in i for1 -1 i j to it. 1 it is a be 1 Ivet if h id i ii i till the idea. Ane with Moll. Candy a she tested a you will get it ail Over v thing Daub up 1 very Paul vim i ave it All for the girl to Chi Xii Sfa. Busy enough now Ami i 1 have in vain we j Romi i ail of Good by Savior aunt l. A. Arc a of. Of. Ref in id in i i or f pc. A run it to we All with Sehi i a a old Irr Yiu Tho Jug he ran ahead of us 1 i to Cross the River on do Lily there was a bore Anand there wa4 scion it my even As we looked it sight. No Tuan was even the ferry Man and i run toward the spot. Seri Miru. 1. Loud St id the water. L wringing our hands by was along that was not said there were four of Clin de d the i or. Take Etc it Fiir it t pot be 1 re ringing into the water it j Ler with his Teeth As the c and held his head out of 1 j it was dear old Jack. I in the of 1 nation As quickly j and rushed to the Rescue fixed Hurt ams attract soon half a dozen pair of Arras Boltin iring to some fishermen had relieved Jack i of his Burd. A Ai. I placet Schuyler All dripping and terribly the Plank float again. A soon As his i chattering Teeth would let him tie j wailed out a ooh the Jug i bad to it fit i go of it and it has gone to the i dear Little Cousin we were Only too rejoiced that it was the Jug and not he that had 44 gone to the Bottom a which he certainly would have done had it not been for Jack. In falling in he had pitched Forward and was so far from the float that we could not reach Hun when he came no the first time and As it was several minutes before heh it can it. Lie would certainly have been drowned but for the dog. A a How came to to fall in a Well he was running along faster than he should go in such a dangerous place and stubbed his toe. Somehow we had lost All desire that Day for molasses Candy Aud we returned to aunts a very sober Aud crestfallen party. When Jack had shaken himself dry we hugged him and praised him All the evening. While the ferry was still in use and before toe new Bridge was finished i concluded one Day to take tile next Early morning train for Cleveland. One of these same cousins was with me the evening before and As i had to get up before Daylight to catch Tho train she proposed that i get ready and go Home with her that night As her House was nearer the depot and she feared the ferryman would not be on hand Early enough in Tho morning to take me across the River. I fell in with her pm Anil after packing a hand bag and gathering a big bouquet to take to friends in Cleveland we locked up the House and started for my aunts. When we reached the ferry no one was tin re to haul us Over. We waited a Long time it was growing quite dark still the Fern Man did not make disappear Ance. A let us go around by the Railroad Bridge a i suggested. A i am afraid to a answered my Cousin. A it is so lonely so Lur from any House and there Are such dreadful stories now a Davs about a we have got Jack with us a i urged a and he is amp. I Protection. It is growing later All tin time and we will have to go at last i fear no matter How Long we so we started an soon reached the Bridge which was a swing ing one one half open and the other half covered close by sides and top. When we had crossed the open a a Pace and were about to enter the covered part which was so dark we could Only feel our Way along the planks that were Laid for foot passengers we heard footsteps approaching and Jack who was ahead commenced to growl ominously. A get out. You brute a we heard a Man say but Jack kept on and. Cursing and swearing fearfully the Man retraced his Steps. When we got through the Bridge with our hearts beating fearfully end clinging to one another in fright there on an Elevation where Jack had driven him was one of the worst species of tramp we had Ever seen. A Brawny dirty desperate looking fellow who looked As if really it do any wicked deed. A Hick kit Between us Aud the Man in i til Ive had passed then ill in our path following after not dashing ahead As before. Of How Reb it i we were a when we neared the first House on the r and. And How thankful to a it Ach i on a j and How often we were it a it to relate i our adventure Ami even Fin we told i it j a a sat up slowly my his Tail i As if he understood that Quot hero of the hour. Was to. The Good hog Jack. One warm Spring morning we heard a great shout Aud on going to see what it Ini ant we s,.w a Largi Din. Object just sweeping out of to River into the Lake and realized before anyone could Bdl u the it the ice had earned away oust Bridge and that All communication Between us and the town was for the present cutoff allow now were we to get our mail fresh meat. An dozens of other things which we wer it depend Lent upon tile Village for we bewailed our isolated condition for a Dav or two when a ferry was established which a hauled from one Side to another by ropes. This very tedious for foot passengers and a the ferry was Large and clams Tao Man that execution of Domestic a nil a or m Linier. According to the Bornean jaw if a Man was Hurt by a tame animals by a vicious horse or a Dan Are. Us Bull the owner afforded satisfaction by the surrender of the animal. The same Rule extended to a mat slave and to to his ton both of whom were regarded i v the Bornean Law As his chattels. The Burgundy in Media Val Law enact i t it where one tame animal was Hurt by re other the offending animal was to lie surrendered. 11 was medic Val proc litre in Genoa y an. Sea Lina via to hang wolves Ami dogs a u a Rimini a a symbolical Mark it disgrace and us a aggravation of Las j in. A tax it 1 Ira Matte. St to t u f a elation of wove. At the Hamn ? of the criminal it an anti it in Homent for parricide Ai i in a in by the custom of hanging do s with the offerer a particularly a a fixed t he jews. . A papal Nuncio at the court i f Hungary in the teen Tai Century wrote hid published a to Aristo prove that animal a rational a i that the y make a butt a use of their Reaboi. Than Man. In the work he stated that it was customary in aril a to i t i Ufa lion la Ordi r to i the tic in or in e t. Ring towns and by had himself be u two wolves Hung from a trib bet in the fore i t Between dont and ii. I Aimers he ail example it wolves ii la Luau caste i., of ennui Tiv crucify a a Quot ii act but it f i Cit i Iii to a to a remark r. I to Aff l in in in a1 s. A v a i r to i. Ian Surri Viet. 1 i to u h i at f. J a. Celli tic h. A a Ilia a in v by a a vision of death. At a certain factory not a Hundred Miles from Bradford were gathered the members fit a firm engaged in manufacturing Nitro Glycerine and some workmen. The gentlemen were intently watching the process of manufacturing the exploded when one of them i cautiously dropped his Cigar stub on the floor which was covered with running water bearing on the surface Small particles of Nitro Gly Conne. The latter caught fire and burned brilliantly with a sputtering noise. To say that these rotators were alarmed would be to put it very mildly. They were simply paralysed with terror and watched the h re ing fiery by Ream with the Lei Plebs fascination with which u victim in said to Lork in the glittering eyes of a Rattlesnake. All around them were cans Filiti d with Nitro Glycerine enough to annihilate an army Ai i even mar Felt As though he was the victim of a hideous which held him powerless. Flight was impossible their limbs refuse. To. Form their t Iii a my an awful b Atli a Tanii inevitable. The a r a 1 d saw the lilt in Lake f re =. Apr 1 slowly but surely it n the floor i it the flames hissed a. Though in Triumph at the certain death that seemed to await their victim. None of the spectators will soon Forg t episode in their live and Moory could not hire to. In to repeat the exp Crimi. H Hen the fire had Aln filled with Glycerine men aroused from i taking off his Coal Sui my extinguished to in All i hat it was to its k for. I saw the infernal ital a a it every Man it a. In to atom in five muscle of my body seen gasped f Ltd breath my a i Only Felt a a Athly Sens n my stomach. Ail on by paleness of to v. In vat t re 1 to i a i�11 re of ail 1 i i Lav i in v f a v 44 _ Fin a a Emir. A Rem. A Bill i tit a i it fart a his ail i ii Adi i it re i a r. In it Ordi r was Given a fearful l Oom. Which pm j Road cd tar ought t the Nuu Taii was i Aid tnecanni11 kick i git r the Bluff and went splashing into the Chi Lumina Twenty feet Tel a. The artillery was silenced and Sheridan Stix a perplexed. His Chagrin was turned to Joy Ash a Meid the Savages running Wail All their Speed for the in Utah s Yelling a Only Savages could. They bad never in fore heard the rep re of a Cannon an i imagined the judgment Day had come. Sheridan won his first Victory saving the lives of Thos in the Block House and probably Many others As one Success of the Hostiles would have caused a raid Down the River. Some of the men it Aid the indians did not quit running until they had crossed Snake River in Idaho. Lien. Borning. The celebrated prussian general Dorlling was originally a tailor. On Fin 1-Ming ids apprenticeship he had the ambition to Wisn to see Berlin. As he was obliged to pass the Elbe in a boat and had no Money to pay the expense tin passage was refused him. Stung with this affront he disdained abrade that so narrowed his circumstances and throwing his Wallet into the fiver h a enlisted for a Soldier. In that capacity to made rapid advances. He soon gained the esteem of his comrades afterwards of his officers and lastly the elector his master. Teat great Prince who loved War who had a i himself a proficient in that science and who was compelled to study it rapidly advanced a Man who to great military knowledge added All the Virtues of a citizen. Dorlling wan after some time. Promoted to the rank of Field Marrius Al and in that capacity came up to even idea that could be formed of a Man who from a common Soldier Rose by his Merit to be a general. A Fortune so extraordinary excited Tho jealousy 01 Many who had not those abilities to recommend them to notice. Some even went to far As to say that though Dorlling was a great Man he had not lost the air of his original profession. 44 Lea a replied he one Day to Tho.5e who bantered him a a it is True that i have been a tailor and have Cut out cloth but now putting his hand on the hit of his sword i use this instrument with which i will Cut off the ears of any Man who dares to speak ill of in in i cd it in get it it. No been j Rov. T examination of Mackerel which Lave be ii or. Go 1 for it Ai de couches by the 1 pc j i elitists. I is hat it May yet be Dis film is tie result of i that the Muddy Bottom is not As v. Inter quarters but a it u Hospital where a a Earth care a is prac Tice As a specially. Whether sick or sleepy however the Mackerel has an intense aversion to a cold bed so in selecting a resting place he avoids ground Over which Salt ice is Likely to Drift and drizzle its Chilly water downward. How the fish arrives at certainties or probabilities on this subject is something that no fellow not a Mac bore i can find out but the dredge has Nevi r found line of these fish in localities where Salt ice s. A Lake Kofoid with Salt. No it Isnit Frozen Salt and it Isnit under the ground. It is in summer time and open to the sky. And this is the explanation in of Wiliena where this wonder is to lie found the summer heat is intense and turns the upper part of the Waters of the Lake into a Light Mist which floats away into the air. The change from water to Mist takes place so quickly that Large masses of Salt Are left in solid crystals which cake together arching slightly Over the water and forming a roof eight or nine inches thick so Strong thut he its of Burden pass Over it in safety drawing their loads behind them. Now is this Salt roof Good to skate on ? that is the question but what a the answer a St. Nicholas. ,->.-Iii Jinjr in i fit Civ d in x Taven t and so More. The Mackerel. The Mackerel is quite a sociable fish among those of its own blood moving always in great families or schools. When it comes inshore from the deep sea it is always with an innumerable company which seems to move with a sort of regimental front and Wheeling from left to right the Point do App i timing that portion of the Shore naturally the southernmost that it frequent where Cartiest in the season the Freshwater fish return to their native streams. I he Mackerel a shoreward movements Are not always due to its own hunger Blit frequently to that of the Tunny and other fish which Are fond of fresh Mackerel. The of the fish under such circumstances in highly praised by sci1 , and is cheerfully recognized by the honest fishermen who Welcome the fugitives i in a upon thir arrival and care for tilt in to effectively that when the next a net. It it the Tormentor the m it will be unfelt and no cared for. The in us of welcoming tie to b a i Are several seines nets weirs an i zounds As effective Tut Nook. The by the plea Ming. It my the. S at a sin. Ii that a bit spoon a or i Var h taking men n a uti e i the qualified the e. A a Ken apparent or Dement la if the fish nor does i a Choice vulgarly or a. Set i by a i a i t a -1 i m with i Digap car a a Juh of water the he chopped of. Re and Ware a. Of Tia r a t their v ii. Ii third Day of the tot log it Ward the Cli. V Ion at a j me t 1 a great inclination to try Ess a finst the count be m to. Cap Ait. Of vis lift Bis in. I former i v v. Urn led for 1 a Angl Ron sly on the la l at by n in Ben an-1 a i it in Smith King i., t to re enter the lists in i e its it d her scleitation.-. Saying i won. Hircak one Lance More Iii he lox. In a Gomeri Accep-1 i the can Centre wit great reluctance. Henry commanded him to obey and Over with his Viz a r raised but author Are not quire agreed whether it we raised 1 no ution ally or flew open by a blow from Montgomery i juice in a encounter which was so violent thai the counts Lance broke against the Kings helmet he then fought wit the stump which remained in Bis hand and with it had the misfortune to strik Tho King so violent a blow under the an she forgot something. No town Herald. A lady in Portland Maine called at a jewelry store and after making a Purchase went Home. Two hour later a messenger called at the Houe and informed Lier that she left something at tile jeweler s. Now let me see a she mused a what can it be Here is or pocketbook and there on the sofa is my fan and i have my Gold atch Here and my Bonnet Why where is my Bonnet r of there it is on the floor it fell off the table and really i can to think what i have forgotten Why to be sure How eyes As threw him to the deprived him instantly of both Speed and understanding though he Uvea eleven Days afterwards. This Circum stance occasioned the suppression o tournaments in France. Milk mid i Mew of r. A paper read to the medical society of the state of new York contained some valuable Nob s on the use of Milt and Lime for invalids. L in a r said he lad used milk and i in Ater for year As a diet for his patients with great Success particularly in cases involving nerve centers that Are acknowledged to be Little under the command of the accepted modes of treatment such for instance As Maras us anaemia paralysis indigestion neuralgia cholera dementia and Al holism. Also in cases where the nutritive functions Are at fault milk with a Pinch of Sal being rendered very acceptable to the stomach by the Lime is the Mort digestible and nourishing food that can be Given. It allays gastric and intestinal irritability offers a duly prepare i cd vie to the absorbents supplies the blood with All the elements of nutrition. Institutes healthy t changes stimulates the secreting and excreting glands and in a word provides nature with the material to sustain herself in her contest with disease. If it be conceded that nature always accomplishes the cure whenever it is secured and that drugs merely Aid direct or modify her Effort to this end it must be self evident that the food which supplies the vital Force with All the Power of resistance they possess is a matter of the first importance and that milk acted on with Lime provided it contains All the essential properties of other articles epitomized and is More Friendly than any or Cli of them has a Range of application almost As extensive As disease itself whatever its character and whoever the patient

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