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Crawfordsville Journal Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 23, 1887, Crawfordsville, IndianaHe a Suvual by unit Csc Crawf a ii sell la Indiana. Quot Mother is sorrow Brood upon bulb cuned Wing. Death Hus Vanir. With his cruel Saint hearts ur., Blet ii in. Pleading and crush cil. While Roor xxx Are Markt to cd Arul voices hushed. A Mother sleeps Una a world of Caro has passed from the brow of i Arlo there Ami the Sweet whue has Are closed for Ayo heedless at last to the children s cry. A Motherless Broom with aching hearts a new fresh As each Day departs nothing remains save a deep Black poll and mocking echoes the Yufah room aau Hall echoes of Earth on a Coli i lid. Thoughts of a fare to River hid. Shafts of Pii a that Pierce Aud rend. Sobbing farewells to our Only Friend. Echoes of Mother s words and Sotis Echo Fiji Flat Corne in u hurrying thro if a "ofiuiidn-.-?-, and love and patient ways of water Ifni care tier our h nights and Days. Memory of hands w Ith toil acquaint. Of Imp Icsis Imine with to complaint echoes of prayers. Uii it i Hopes and fears a perfect tru to Yiirs echoes of a that wed a or said to Whiten the i air la that Mother s head memory of aet. In a childish mood that showed to her Iri . Vainly we Cail. Ami cry. And . We can not awaken from so cup the Mother who a a a Cave us birth. Her dear form re to death a Weil 4 . But in riot i is a and scr ii i r is dead and hollow. Cult Oil who e when can r and Nei but tho i it was sort Nuat however Bluit the and some Day when be sit Here again interview that to Llowell was not no and i Tell you the reasons for asking served or overheard. The place quot a Vas so it tou will be glad you consented. Dim at hour that Tea could not be ten years have not passed since that distinguished and it was not till he irad Man Pic ked me out of the Gutter and lit the Gas and turned again that i was i saved me after wife children and Able to discover manner of Man friends had me. Let me or. Bulstrode was. To my amazement repay but a fraction of what i owe him his eyes no sooner upon me than by taking to him your consent to he turned ghastly Pale he clutched i Well in Brief i yielded. It was a the air with both hands and fell in matter of Snall moment to me whether dead faint upon the sofa. Dingley was at ii st stupefied wit ii alarm and then was Rushing out for help. I put him peremptorily into a chair loosened the Oul Man s Cravat and threw some water in his face from the ice i it ite Hei. He presently revived and stared at me with a face full of terror. Quot in god s name Whu Are you he feebly ejaculated. Seeing How strangely he was Nso cd ind thinking the it a full a iii wer might relieve his distress by showing iii that he w is Bili Oring under a it me strange mistake. I replied that Niv name was Irving Glenn that i think i shall never forget the solemnity with which Peter replied "1 might have done so but he forestalled me. In his last sickness but while his mind was perfectly unclouded he sent for his lawyer to draw his will and i was also asked to attend. Quot what is the name of your Friend a Europe he asked me. Quot i told him. Quot or. Edgerton he said put Down Irving Glenn late of Titis City but now travelling in Europe for Twenty live thousand dollars. I wish to make him a substantial for a quot he beckoned to me to put my f Ico close Down to his will a that the lawyer might not he in what he was about to whisper. A a but. Mark my words. Peter that bequest will never be Eli Nihl. That Man Wil never l e seen on Earth after i h Ive left quot Jamks Furrs. History of Long Branch. Arsenic eaters. Quot Irving in the next five years of my life were a in Euronie or America jul the mystery of this affair Euini plod Ith its Jirou rising ulv int tes a veil a Eli Laiu . 1 a men Etui Stiitt d to go to new yid k that night the ii 1 might a do on the Steamer of the next after ii ism a quot a Vang ii my Little business ii fairs win i l incl it. And til next a file Nikon As tiie be inner e st Tuise i w is not Surju isi l i is i till Lient of of my. In Len ode nil the pier in it aug tiie Ernid. Nothing hut tiie i i Deriee of Liis own eyes midd a i Sui it Liis ii ii Isy s iii Tolj it Llie al Hintie to be Piil i get i eur i. I. 1 a it iss in Reily Over if of my aids a or. My iii stun Titi with the Livre jmii>1 House w is indeed i nominal okie. Emi listing Chic Liy in the Calls that a a Niide in get or. In list Mac s Frucci tint did Liei ii drifts cashed. I travelled All Ovi i tic i lii cd kingdom Ami i Irge a ii t of uni Ojie passit a Sonu it deli _ it fill ii Millis Ibi Juc with my a iii Eric a iii. I m for tic Uii a ill Foft i Wjk Ferling Itiat i i iii vii Lunt Ivy exile my Enon Nicin would Inive Lien Complete. Dingley wrote Inee Ery not us do is begging me to lie p it cult nid i Titi fld Tei my and ii is i ii Sievi i quot filing to ass vii e Ineth it Liiv u it i ii iii Ivy wild speedily end. It did ill l let i isl no irly foil yell s. A a i c-1 u11 i l no Dillih a How the land on which it stands was a wrested Frem the Indiana. It was on a summer s evening in the fabulous Days of 1670 that four White men named Slocum. Parker Wardell and Hulett made their appearance at the Little Indian fishing Hamlet quot land s end quot now Long Branch. The Lazy Sui of Blue and Silver under a Clear sky and a warm Sun was breaking Vith a Low Swash upon the Brown Sand of the Beach. The Salt Meadow grass was just stirred by the gentle Breeze. The Blue smoke curled Uji Ward slowly from the wigwams. And the rippling laugh of the Swarthy children at Eltiy Addil music to the scene. At the sound of footsteps Brives who were Luil ering a it nit the lire looked up ind beheld tie a Ingu re of that which a is to drive he Eli Ildren of the Lesini Lenamie from the face of the each and establish ii tiie site of their one of the or Cirtest summer resorts of fashion and frivolity. The Indi ins made no hostile Demon. Str it on against the new Comers but Outon Erff to it i tic credit of invent a Btij it la Oil la Type. Liev were not no lived to p it Woltil till before the Middle of the fifteenth j Lishing group us of their fathers. Ting Een tui Yem Ope had a cheap material i White men propose al a fri st lug match paper an oily Ink. Developed for Lillock i a Wilether Gra co Lvi it Man catch is Book printing in place of the fluid Ink i a Iteli can j pianese or Cidlik ind al personal and impersonal. Invention of printing. Which i Koukl be used Only with tie by Nisi probably the press itself skilled arti Simitis trained in lie Block Book work Mist important of a ill the Ile Mand it used by Edue a tion. It lacked Nio Ible types that could be listed evenly ind re tidily together for neither tie Joku Cebu letters of i Ching nor the iii i Idi in of tie Eaily copy Bow is not re ecu Dedy to be decided by two out of three Falls. If tie Whit Ltd in Avon he did his friends were to it have As Muesli land As Tivey could Wall around in a Day if he lost he and his p dirty were to depart . Thu name of the White he i Pion was John Slocum that of the Indian has been lost in i Maze of Conson uits Wultich our its Lead developed to this Point. Quot tiie i Foi fathers co Silil not hand Down to us a if it in it at Mimi ii i a Diate Eirc -. His i tel it rtt Ltd Union i a kill re Nii Coin Nii a a place talk a a a a is Uil Nile in ii of i iii like . Til. W in in one Roisi Ieuv 1 i . P,-i.-r Din Ley was a i it it . E Jiniv or los a and ill in it i i-,.nec Nirh Nide. His Jnive i1 it lilt in it deep to acts of -.iiy. No ind 1 cars iii from. Ethers Tiu it iii earlier years Lieen a by i civets i f a in Una of iii site Inibig. In tins lii he his n can Lite a a is i a i tint ii Strong Glt. I Synill Proli. Poly Ive oct isi ii to ii scribe it the fetus iii led him to refer to this Iti Niy presence. While he a tim firmly in coined every Tannir like in iii recourse. Lie w is Foud to it i tiie society of to Kish men did lie iii n grail Ait quot of univ own Adina m iter. We were or in at a ii ice. Manv tin evening did e p iss in Camii Oulu a s fip\rtmentssni.iking, chess Pla ing and Ali sons Itier literate a a Wlinich was his Respet ial Hobby. Near the end of an october Dity a Long pedestrian tour about the Vity had i let Roi Ilii me near tie Wilace where Dingley was employed and i obeyed an impulse to Edl on him. In it general Wiy he had told me that he was confidential clerk and office factotum of one of the great manufacturers of the City. He had added that a Lis employer mrs Well advanced in . Was a millionaire benevolent Reli ii it us and his own Friend. Over the of the Gro until floor Ollick where i passed w is a so ill sign quot Horace i entered and found Dingley Busy with several Csc rfcs. After greeting me he nodded to the closet door of an inner office ind said quot or bul Stowie is Here. I would like to have you know we 9.1w him sitting unoccupied at his desk. Dingley presented Nice Aud we Hook hands. I presume it uie door we a i. In to i it words. A a he is de inic a month later 1 it with my lii Friend in my i Ioni i mad in is reuer a and he Ard ills of the re i it ii for my enforced . La said Ali it or. Bal trod i id a i Leary Hun Louic in ills iii for both of Lis the re Idne of his Larm est ite a Minim is Public Oliai cities. Then he told me what ii id never before ii ii disuse a it it your co Jiram i closed to mortal ears excepting when ideation Wirich to i i ring Yogi from the s Rickun Man Revea Letl it to him me during the ?" that Octroi ice evening after it a is i us a line for a Oil Uia tion. 1 1 Liu left tiie Oil ice. Took my hut a i a him l quot Ood it a iii hor iee Bulstrode it is to by ill re iii Ned t 1 re ii une r>i-.-Uer. Pret i id at that time Lon sur it. Vivid his wife his Eli Ildren and ail jigs this curious lift me in no Kindred. He w is ending life As 1 was mood for any in iii jilt till i it a n. As Dingley had of it. My upper a is iii Ely tidied i told in. Ii was benevolent and dig and Pirr ing Anions r i a rings ast it it hous is Weil is in lion Tirc no a in in my nun uni ii uce. And Lintvin the the City a is in lii a her a by i Eca tory a a Vatious of Madame s j esteem. He incl dwelt Here so Long Lack Evi brow it Belem a Lief in at Tea and the i iss iter years had so Nii rowed i5i"i to in Root. The quot Dock j his Cire of youth iii friends and familiars Itiat till civic must inces tii tending a Lis Marri be Hail passed out of Mcm Ory. Lie a quot shuddering by recount Eil Vliem to Peter i Nib a in that i fid . The Buly whom he m Irrice Hadi. He Lipini i Lieen the by lie of the p inc in those my inuit. Oil a Oid play. Suitors Nice had without Ress d to i Nnnie or the favored one w is you it the Emmeit Adair. The had been ii noun cd the Day of the wed Iling a is ii h and. Wien is Locking by iii in i a ted it. The body of Adair was found floating in the River. In a a iii excitement and con Ste Kilion a a Radii de by the oct Torrenee. Not lunar appeared at All ten Dinar to i show. Loul by verdict of the s inv. Of a a inc ii until Irown i f in inting quot in its modern sense consisted in the simple production of sue ii types or. Ase Vinne puts it of the Tyc ii old which should produce sue i Lypps. Fifteen cities claim to be the Dirth place of printing but inti Honor rests Between Haarlem st Isburg and Mainz. The dutch legend is Liat some time Bont or previous to life one Laurent Titius Zoon Kyster Cristos or sex Tom of a Church in Haarlem Wenle in the clout. Or Isaar let ii Wood Cut Letti is on a ii Eidi tree which suggested to him a Ooden types from which he Afler Vard de eloped Metal types a ind that a Man in his employ escaping with the secret to Mainz originated the Art there. A i Irlam Chin gains Miny portrait monuments of Kyster and belief in him is an article of the Dueh Feitli but biter investigators cd iii that he is altogether a myth made Uji. With much imagination Ami some Rasca Lity of two ili Arlem citizens. Neither of whom was a Printer and of the quot unknown Printer quot of much Bitch Dav. Lie German Story centers in lid Gutenberg of the of Imily called a Chis in Cischo taking his Mother s name in acc Onlabee with a German Chis join because her of Imily was dying out As to i Hom Tipiere is a definite historic a Clinin of evidence. the rec Only of two lawsuits. Nothing is certainly known of his first thirty years. He is supposed to live been born about isy9. At Mainz whence his family were exiled going to Strasburg. In 14 39 he Ipp cars As a defendant in a lawsuit brought in by an heir of one Andrew Dri Zelien to to Milid Gutenberg to admit Liim to the sent am vice ii of an Art into which the deceased had bought by payment to go note. Mit iii Vas ii i Iti. I Liri wiped of i tic to Lence i quot pics a quot Vou Ari l i g Steamer that u a a in at it to you u quot Dut wlm at i quot i won t quot von quot i Ian f. Quot a a get cd emr. Bids rods of i i Rilio Pei h is ili that the Oce in Sligo ill a. In tween vote two a a or. But so Rode s be ice into s be h winged Winit s he a ? and we iat s Ali this mystery quot quot a a Irving Yogi uni i la Ive Leeome much like friends. Won t Ami do this / ask it quot quot Peter it s a great Deal to he Seizel Beth my Lind so by birr he Izui Eide d he had an Iuliu Over my shoulders and t died eagerly Almo i in tic Day. For Twenty minutes. He had promised his employer that he Touhl get my consent to my Inismet irate exile from the country. It might last i it a three years he could Tell Bette r about that later. He knew and or. Bulstrode knew that it was an extraordinary request but he could e Rae that when i knew the reason Sonu Day would be fully a itis led. More than that be ing." w t Accel text a by the without question. Two years biter alien time bad largely sgt urged grief the widowed Maiden Vas United to Horace Buistrow in. In the Siciu a of the night when the i lers i id ail . The remorseful millionaire in Vireil into Tyiee a it of tie Dingley the secret of a a to . He was himself the Muderer of Emmett and air. During All tii Csc be irs con Seijiu e Iliad sum Bei de ils tangs Inid become so Tinglu a is Lolaine not the least outward manifestation. Of a Suilen in a i i a of Gas Light the murdered Man Lead that nigh it stood before him quot but Litis is All delusion Ding lev hid a Mons United. A a ail this Vou i say Happy died if y years ago now Irving is Harity in entity tic. As i stave heal iii us quot quot Vivace quot Criel bit strode. Quot i know Noi and e ire not How it i it a a whether there t n exist a a it Hysie d resemblance so exipion Lieuary. Or whether tie dead can walk abroad and take pos session of the shapes and features of the living but this i do Knovs that i have i seen Emmett Adair to night. The form the face the eyes even the voice i a but Why reason about what my own i senses have shown me it was be no a matter Liv what name he passes now. I Peter iii Kiev. Get him away from Mel Neuberg. This Art seems to live been print Nir. And tie evidence in the suit shows that Gutenberg sent his servant to Dritz Ehen s House immediately on his death to have a quot form quot of quot four it iee 5," a a lying in or about a press quot i separated quot by turning two buttons quot so that no one Mig it know what it it we do not know for Gutenberg a on the suit and kept tie seen t. Different Mii Cru a quot molars construe quot it quot a to be p its of the press images of Type matrices or a Sotir Jarl Type Mold such As is Kinnun to live been Seil by a uly printers. It is not deli Bitely known whether Gutenberg printed Aniio oks in Strasburg some fragments of i a Tojie Donatus lie aug most plausibly connected with him there which caused a Gorni in critic to Leclare that if Strasburg is the Cradle of printing. A it is i Cradle without a by a Tiute Burg had re most cd to 3ilainz. For there is record of his hiring in Money and in 14. 0 he made a contract with John Fust a Money i Leisler to Money for a a paper j Vesnin. Ink. Waits and the other Nia i trials re it Muired quot on i if a Volits. Which contract w is tiie basis of the second suit. In this suit brought in la a a. Fust who been a idly confused with Tiu it later or. Faust of quot Wittenberg. Iri it a whose wicked a a ring grew the Faust legend forello dog thi mort Raire. Got Post of Pirt of Guten Ber s in it Len Penis ind Stock and by he of Guti n org s apr Irenice. Peter Schoetter. Who married Fust s Ilau Ginier Iiri Tina. Titok up tiie Ljusi Ness it of a print Init. Tipiere is a legend i that this quot Ami not a i Itenberg i Iti vented the Type Moid but recent in i Jiow that this invention i w is peculiarly Gutenberg a. Gutenberg who st i Rcd i new printing Oil ice alter the is ii ration by help of Moi icy from Conrad Himery. Pm Iasi Cian and town clerk printed two editions of the Bible. He print etl also an edition it Ilie Doi Notus several letters of indulgence the earliest Job work a Broad idea Setular of 1457, a Cut i Choli con of if tjo and Many other thing. He was dive in 140. When archbishop Adolph ii ulc him one of tie gentlemen of his court and was dead in 1468. For in that year Conrad Humery had Suc ice died to Ais . H Bowkor in Harper s Frt a inc. With the rest of thu tale it is said of Ali White Man that a was of a a giant proportions of Suji Jde limb and of great the Quali libations of the Indian Are not set Down but it is fair to suppose that he was quot a go Oil each Champion h id a week s training ail then the meeting took plaice at a spot known As the a a fish both men see Hov. Histon v repeats itself were you lid it of Success. Cool and deliberate As they entered the Arena and the struggle of Slocum against the Indian quot unknown quot the contest of to i against i Irbahim began. The first fail a is bitterly Conte ted. By Slocum lii rally threw his a Vagoni to. In the Secoll trial the Indian ii is stated a \ Poleni Effort and Boih this must have Ojei ii something in the of what the school a nays Call a quot dog fall quot and i therefore opine Tunit this match was in the Collar and Elliot style. The third trial ii roved the truth of tiie famous though inelegant remark of Stem Scudder that a wherever the while Man comes the injun and the Nigger have got to git a and so ctn Liard ened by big anti i Indian and won the match. The Whites then demanded the full ailment of the bargain ind the indians gave them As much land As they could walk around in a . I Trike it that Titis walking must have been a sort of go As you please p it form nce. For i do not know any four Heel and toe walkers of the i resent who could encircle in a single Day As much Laius As messes. Slocum in Parker Wardell and Hulett w it it around in 1670. However. I presume every thing fairly done As Indian warrants Ciui eying the lands to their White owners Are still in exist a ence. A noting. Davs of severe physical labor a protracted struggle threw the great increase in the Nam tour of person addicted to this Poison. The habit of arsenic eating is becoming move and More common among the Joung women of this City and physicians say that nothing too harsh can be uttered against this miserable practice. Arsenic preparations of All kinds Are advertised and various preparations of this deadly drug Are daily sold for the alleged purpose of beautifying the complexion. They who use it Are daily laying the foundation of a disease the it will one Day destroy some of their most vital organs. The actual object to be gained by arsenic eating is that Clear White almost transparent skin which they so much Admire and j which May mean an Early death. A j Well known physician said to a reporter j to Day quot the health department has become alarmed it the increase in the i Sale and use of these noxious complexion preparations. Advertisements of arsenic stare every body in the face in spite of attempts to prohibit the Sale. Claims have been made by the vendors that there is so Little arsenic in the reparations that no harm can come of. It. In opposition to this is the fact that Wall papers where the Green color is Given by Ssheel s arsenic compound have been Tabooed by the health a i thormities on the grounds that even the j Small amount of arsenic Given off by Exon Katimi had caused death in some i c uses. Again the results obtained by the use of arsenic show Vety plainly Ilie hurtful nature of it. The i exact state of fab Iris brought about by i arsenic eating is a diminution of i str Ensroth of the blood the capillary blood vessels Are stopped from work Jing the ends of the blood vessels aro killed no blood is supplied to the skin i and the real reason for the White trans Parent nature of the skin is that it is in tactically dead. If the result of arse Nie eating is the highly transp u ent state of the skin and if this can Only a result from the killing of Odood vessels the claim unit there is no Hanii done in the Libit becomes an i physicians throughout the City Are i up in arms against the use of the drug. One prominent in Meior said quot i Hope a that something will be done and done soon to this Alomi liable Tralee. I the destruction of Bloomil vessels was the i Only thing the arsenic eater succeeded a in doing it would be bad enough but that is not All. The arsenic has a bad effect upon the , and is Likely to i bring out a disease lii he will end Only i in death. It has also a bad effect on the digestive organs and soon destroys their action the Lier too is diseased a by the Poison and the nerves become diff Esteil to such an extent that their control Liee Orues tnp Osilde. It acts upon the by tem in such a Way that the victim of the habit become lost to a l a Elise of Nuu laity. The practice of arsenic eating is a vicious one that ought to be stopped immediately before any More harm is . Y. Cor. Chi Togo trip Una. The trading rats. Frankness rewarded. Would not Tell me Tody that the peace my Fortune is at your command. Bury and mental health of his Empen or Whir i this horrible secret in your breast and ing the few remaining years of his life never let Ilia Man Cross my path again were at i should be richly repaid for the a critics and though the letter was giving me a no Miguil connection with the live re Kiwi agents of the Mann factors my time might be wholly my own. Most solemnly did Dingley assure me that there was not the slightest personal Dishonour nor reproach on my part in the business it was simply a service to be Ren Demi to or. Bulstrode. Dingley s conclusion As he pleaded quot with tearful jes was most pathetic. A Irvine our Lor my great go Ltd to think of meeting him on the Street or suddenly of ice to face in a crowd it Widd drive me to suicide or i should not have Given Dingley credit for so much coolness after the Shock of such a revelation but he assured me that he Ilone arranged the details of the plan for my absence beyond seas Aud for obtaining my consent to it a a and did i ask quot suggest the Large bequest which j Yoa suy hut tips me in ujj Waif \ a the Cloven Lale cab a Veille says while Julia the eleven year old daughter of William Stegelman. Was walking up the Hillside near her father s House the other Day a Doe jumped up a Ith two fawns one of which in its fright ran up to a clump of Bushes and Lay Down. Stealing softly lip she was enabled to catch it and is now rearing it for a pet. How Thurlow of cal assisted in preparing his Oivin Obj diary. When the venerable editor Printer publicist. Olit Ici i philanthropist Lay on his dying bed in the second Toor Back in his pleasant in disc on twelfth Street new York City his Dau Gaiter j Ever Gay Side was asked into the Hall j to see a caller. J quot who was it quot asked the vigilant old i Man. I quot Only a Young said his Daugh tin quot it is time for you to to Ike your i Medicine again quot what Vou Nimau quot whispered or. Weed. Quot a Young Man from the h a of. Have you any appetite father quot quot what did he want quot quot of. He bothered me with All sorts of questions. Come now you must keep still a a see Here you Are Kee Jiing something from spoke up the Distin guis lied invalid quot lie wanted to help to write my obituary did t he quot quot yes that s what he wanted quot and like a Good laughter she gave Way to a Flo Oil of tears. A a bring him Lack. Send for him gasped the sufferer. James the coloured Tioy. Was Lisp itched and the \ Orli Rej Hurter was overtaken and brought balt a. He looked rather when he in is led to the sick Man s chamber and marched up to the Side of the bed. Quot Well quot said or. Weevil his face an appreciation of the fun of the situation quot what is it quot quot the youth stammered deprecating in and tinally Haskeil if he inn any thing add to Wonit was known of Lorgan. I quot look Here Young Man quot said the venerable editor a be Fruik and speak up. You were sent to write my obit uary were Yon not quot the reporter confessed with great Relief that it was his assignment. Quot Well i Don t want you to go Back disappointed. I was once a reporter myself and i know How it is exactly. I can t talk much or loud but if you la make your questions direct and write fast and listen close you May ask any i thing you please except How Long lam going to to say that the Young reporter was grateful at having struck a Man who quot had been there himself is speaking but half the truth. He a acceded in obtaining the fullest and most accurate obituary of Warwick quot that was printed when his death was announced three weeks Post. I Linny Little Vul Mals whose tile Vang in i stint is Well developed. Studies in natural history Calci daled to excite the wonder of a Young Stull ent. Abound in the Western regions of America. I know i was vastly enter i Tai lied luring a trip through Arizona and new la Xico by my own observation of the Mountain rats popularly known there As quot trading rats i used to lie awake sometimes in order to watch their pranks by the Light of my Camp lire. Their antics and gambol reminded me of Young Kittens at play. They often appeared to be at a game of they look like com Kikui rats save that they Are lighter in color their tails Shorter and thicker and their noses less pointed. They live in hollow Trees and in the rocks. But the very funny thing is that though Uliey Are lion thieves Little kleptomaniac every one they always return son Hellmig in the place of every article taken away and a queer thing too is the fact that they rarely steal articles of food. One night i Felt a slight stir about my head. Cautiously opening my eyes i saw one of these rats tugging manfully at my Saddle which i was using As a Illow. As the Saddle was one of to no California style and weighed about thirty pounds the efforts of the Little Rascal seemed to be very ambitious for an animal of Liis size. Uliey take Cartri Ilges. Knives and Forks or any tiling Eise they can carry. 1 have been told by an old prospector that he had a whole outfit of such things quot rustled quote. Stolen in one night and that various objects were returned in their place. Articles taken from one place have been found in a shanty Twenty Miles Distant. I met one Day at a railway Statini an old ranch Man who lived at least Twenty Miles from the Road and chancing to speak of these rats he "1 found in my Day quite a i a a or. G. E. Buckle the new editor of the London times was appointed in 1884. He has buckled to with Good effect. A the widow of or. Pavy of the Greely expedition has taken to literature As a profession. She will reside in Europe for a time. A miss Garren Campbell an Yanieri Cau violinist has been astonishing tho Germau Switki her magnificent playing. She promises to Excel Camille Urso. A the Princess of Wales is this year for the first time an exhibitor at tho Royal society of painters in water colors. She sends a Dainty iii Turc of Windsor seen from the River. Or. Ruskin sends two pictures one painted As lately As Gebru ave last. A of senator live daughters Only one remains unmarried. His twin sons one of whom was married a few ago Are graduates of Yale and were Var popular while at College. One of them was valedictorian of i i class while his brother stood very near i the top. A lord Bute proposes to spend fifty thousand pounds in making extensive additions to Cardiff Castle. The work is to occupy four years and about two Hundred men will be constantly employed. Lord Bute has already expended an immense amount of Money on the Castle. A the Clever wife of a professor in a Western College once wrote As follows in one of those confession books where people put Down their opinions on All sorts of subjects in answer to the question quot what is your idea of a heroine quot quot an educated american woman who does her own housekeeping. A a chicagoan has a Nail sent him by a Philadelphia Friend which was driven into a House there nearly two Hundred years ago. Tho Nail is of Peculiar make. It is four and one eighth inches in length and tho heal is about half an Inch Long and a three eighths of an Inch thick. The Nail was of course Mado by hand As there was no Nail machines in 1c9s.�? Cleveland Leader. A the most accomplished Butler Valet and maid servant combi Iuno is a chinaman in the employ of the Rich Timothy Hopkins of California. To wears an Oriental costume of silk of great Magnet Weenee takes care of Isle. Hopkins mansion in a quiet unobtrusive manner As pleasing As it is effective has charge of the want Robes of or. And mrs. Hopkins and when mrs. Hopkins for a Ball lays out her costume selects her jewels and never makes a Blunder. A one Day a Young clerk who ambitious for a Large Fortune determined to visit Commodore and learn from him the secret of accumulating wealth. He enter d the magnificent apartments of the millionaire with Wiliom he was somewhat acquainted stated his err Anil and ask cal him on what mysterious Pri Neick he conducted with such unexampled Success or. Vanderbilt eyed him a moment to sound his motives and then slowly replied quot by working hard and saying nothing about let by goods chronicle. I a a charming and unique Friendship is said to have sprung up Between a Young German and a Young Frenchman in South Holyoke mass. Neither can speak the language of the other and both Are Igno rant of the English language. Under Ordinary circumstances these Young i men would be lifelong strangers but Fate has thrown them together As room mates in a boarding House and though unable to Converse other than by gestures there has sprung up Between these Young men a Friendship of Moro than Ordinary War tii. Quot a Little a a Man s Spellin is a Shure indican Sion of Hiz Antes events and of Hiz edit ocasion. A an Irish magistrate asked a prisoner if he were married. A no quot replied the Man. Quot then quot said his worship a it s a Good thing for your change. A the worst Case of absence of mind we Ever saw was the other play Ashen a Man hurrying for a train thought to had forgotten his watch and took it out to see if he had time to go Back for it. A the managers w Ishu indeed i do not Wigint the Earth a fish All its strikes and to me of vastly greater a Ortli Are half a dozen stars. A Burdette. A quot i see Yon have a Rod line plenty of files a Basket and a Landing net but where s your reel Young Man quot said the guide sorting Over the traps. Quot of Well get that after drinking up the . A quot Well quot said an old tramp wiping the perspiration from his brow wit i the Hack the outlier i Back of his hand quot i wish somebody Fleetion of spoons Forks would explain Why so much water and knives hid under a pile of rub a comes out of my pores. I never absorb Bish. That had been brought there by i i by a Norri Stovin Herald. The Little thieves. Where they came from i Don t know but i do know that they c Igried off in turn a whole Box of 4.">-7. Winchester i Lau Gried and replied quot Well i have your c in Bridges and you probably live Iny spoons for out of a dozen i have Only Tsvor left. And As the cartridges will not tit my Sharps 40-70, they Are no use to me. So if you will living the spoons to finn s store i la see that the cartridges Are left there find you can get the Exchange was effected in the course of a few Dav. And the spoons proved to be mine and the cartridges Ake. A a Jersey objections i Farmers quot no a a shrewd chinaman is importing from Germany cast of shoes of which certain Berlin films Are about to ship some three or four thousand tons. The quot Heathen Chinee quot Lias found oat that the wrought Iron of which horse shoes Are made owing to the constant and even hammering on the pavement together with the Equine animal heat gradually assumes the hardness of steel combined with great Mal ability and elasticity qualities which fit them a a recent austrian invention is the. Giving of a Silver surface to Iron with i Hain got no objection to yer picking More especially for the manufacture of Mercury and the galvanic process. The. Ther berries but by gosh the House is knives and sword Blades Mercury is applied ind evaporated by j so full i Dunno where ter put yer Ftp beating when tie Silver i Neomes firm hen yer git bit by ther a Hogarth s Home acc Ghi Swiet end Bej a Iov 90. A Glab l8 being a a Owen to go to it Ift a counsel quot married quot witness counsel quot single quot witness , widow quot counsel quot but in dear Madam surely you must be one or quot witness simpering a quot no a punch. ,Tom this 11 never do past eleven o clock and you be been in bed fifteen hours out of Twenty four quot Tom quot but it s cheap guv nor costs nothing. We r As directly a fellow s up and dressed expenses begin."�?pu7ich. A quot All the witnesses in this ease May consider themselves discharged till further notice quot called out the court crier. Quot be gob quot said an irishman who had Given testimony quot an it s just Lockemy Luck. I never could Kape a pleasant agreeable Job More nor a Day or a Washington critic. A scientists not a great diminution of Forest Trees in Russia and say it is because the climate is growing colder All the time. has always been a cold place to grow treason. That is to say it has the Siberia st climate in the a world. Now Don t say that s Don thin my son. Neva be Volga even for the Sake of Russia in a joke. There now take the combination and run it out i like to see you enjoy yours Lite in main magi

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