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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 2, 1887, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Tif Mati s d Liq my refreshment which by a to in o i the removal of the head can a a withdraw i palatable a Lia a a a Rda prepared specially a or car far header. Fashions in dres Kotes on Housek esp in a fairs and other topics of interest. Beauty s Bangs. In the Days of real live they a lid not Wear Bangs i must Yacknow Ledtje the Koft go Den locks were parted window curtain Sij be Over the smooth White brow but the lavs when a woman was a Saint to every Looker on have Paft. There is not a woman in existence prob Abl who is not a Saint in some one s estimation but she does not divulge the fact promiscuously she allows her Virtues to be discovered she hides the Light of her countenance not under a Bushel but under a bang. The Meek Madonna Waves went out with the Days when women openly acknowledged men were lords of creation. It is just As much a veal fact to women now As then but the belief is one of the bang hidden Virtues. However As the warm perspiring summer Days come on women have not time to complacently contemplate the Beauty and variety of their naturally amiable qualities of character but in great vexation of spirit they look about for some transcendental Way of keeping a becoming and an unmissable bang. If she is a saucy faced laughing lipped Little Maiden who wishes to be at the Topmost Pinnacle of style she will have a hard Road to travel for a perfect Flutty Quot Dimp sey Quot bang is what she must have. It is a mass of Little ringlets coming Down almost to the eyebrows covering the Temple and stray to the tips of her Little Pink ears. A what will such a bang Cost her not in Money such a bang is made not paid for. It will Cost her an hour s Stew Over the the Dimpsey bang Gas with a pair of cuiling Irons or a night of restless tossing while timing to Bleep with it All done up in papers. Jut she will Bear All that with spartan for a Ude and the lace Young men who sigh for one of those Curling rings As they rest on her Placid brow in the Moonlight on the hotel Piazza will never know any More than poor David Copperfield did that his Dora s curls were paper made ones. Happy is the woman whose features Are regular enough to allow her to Wear a smooth a crimped fringe. Not Many can adopt it with Grace. It makes a trying Frague to a Plain face and gives a hard rapid expression to any but the Mildest Eye. The russian bang is the prettiest of any of these straight ones and will grow in favor As the warm weather grows More intense. It must be Cut with care and arranged with i articular ii attention. For its outline must resemble an inverted cupid s Bow. A deep Point just above the nose disclosing the delicate vein lines in the temples. But if you want a forehead frescoes something like Matthew Arnold s Quot sweetness and Light Quot you must ornament yourself with the latest Quot the parted new York girls say that it is an invention original buy in cultured Boston and they la have none of it that the Brown bread eaters will be sorry they Ever heard of it Long before the season is Over that to Weir classic brows will be burned the color of a baked Beau with i v x snowy cheese cakes in either Temjple. Nothing dismayed Low Ever the Liston girl raves Over it and Calls it Quot so it is made by parting the hair in the Good old Way and then Wittiv a pair of Emerson Ian scissors which Cut just As Well upside Down As Down Side exp or like his essays which read excellent backward they clip the front hair the distance of an Ucli Back and plaster it Down on the temples leaving the Center of the forehead a Ledger. I Ikis ill fashions. A striking though at the same time quiet Street Cosline seen recently was in a of Surah Cash acre silk and be hot. The underskirt which was entirely Plain with the exception of a narrow foot pleating was of steel Blue Surah. The i j or part of the dress was a kind of Redin Gote Poloi Iai a of Blue Cashmere rather a Del tint made full in front and lined with silk which showed with every movement of the wearer. The sleeves were slashed to show the lining forming a Stuart i Ute Quot of the shoulder and the full front of the Wjk Lonoise wus bordered by two Load dark Blue velvet revers the space bet Een the rovers being of striped silk Ciel glue and steel Blue being the colors. I notice that the i Moliere front is coming in again. I have Feu it on several of the new costumes. Lodging from its tasteful Ness and Beauty this should be one of the most favored Basque trim rings and it is strange that after its great popularity Oliree Vears ago it should have fallen so far into disuse As it recently has. Parasols sometimes agree with the suits they accompany and come sometimes a Shindo lighter. Where the suit is a monochrome. Or nearly so the parasol is usually the Batter if it consist however of a combination of materials in dithering shades then the parasol May be plaited cheeked or striped so As to show both colors. Lieal Wood handles Are favored but Are not absolutely dictated by fashion. Some of them consist of absurdly Large knobs which look in a lady s hand entirely out of place and unix Citable. Perhaps the neatest taste is the Choice of the pretty oxidized Silver handles which Are shown in great variety. They Are Chaste and artistic being As Well much More inexpensive than some of the less attractive styles. A Street wraps of the season display no great variety and the Little Mante lets much More ornamental than useful which cover the shoulders and Chest Are still in favor. The newer ones Are so covered with beads that one can scarcely perceive what the ostensible material of the wrap May be. This however is usually velvet. Some of the More Dressy Street costumes have Little very Little shoulder capes of their own. These Are plaited of the same material As the balance of the dress and also covered with beads. They somewhat remind one of the styles prevailing forty years or so ago. Silk stockings one would think had heretofore exhibited All the absurdities of pattern and design that could be bestowed upon them. But the popular style now is something different from any worn before. It is a stocking with a spiral Stripe or two spiral stripes Ronning All the Way up the leg round and round. The effect is certainly unique and where Only one color is employed against a lighter ground rather attractive. All the More outre elaborate and Peculiar designs in stockings Are confined to those of silk. Merino Cotton Voolens and Lisle hosiery follow the beaten track for the most part. If you should Chance to observe a Young or for that matter an old one either a they Are All alike in the theater applying Bis Cane to his Iho nth Between the acts i May think it is because he has nothing or to do. Sulci will sometimes be he 9, but not always forthe Enfa acte Cane Inte ated in Paris Bat a it ear bars of Quot file and to Iiga a Rex erd Mait affair in n a Osteitis a offid Erable from the Cane and transferred to the owners Niofito Quot throw a like v Nied imn of a rubber tube. Quot howling swells Quot prefer these inventions to the usual Trot out Between the acts. Morning jackets for ladies now la use Are very much like those in which gentlemen take their evening cigars. This is another approach to Quot Manni Stiness Quot not altogether admirable in the fair sex. Mrs. Jenness Miller bus found it expedient to place a Magazine before the Public though which to set Forth some of her views and also to deliver advice and information upon matters of fashion generally. It is called x , my from its initial number appears Likely to attain some popularity. Although it Quot May never be a very valuable Quot women in the world. The Illinois woman s press club held its final meeting for the season june dts at the Sherman Houne Chicago. I society mme. Barrios the widow of the sex president of the Central american Republic is known As the Quot Queen of mrs. Erving Quot Winslow of Boston formerly miss Kate Eli guilds is spoken of As the Only successor to Fanny Kemble As a Reader. Miss be Thavon Hiis Leen would like to have walked to California if she could have spared the time but she is devoted now to Art. Miss has made a splendid Success of decorative Art. She is said to be rapidly accumulating a handsome Fortune. Mrs. Jessie Bexton Fremont is about to immortalize kit Carson by writing his life. Kit must Ever be a hero in the eyes of Young America. Lady Las Dovake is said to be very anxious about the safety of her husband. She thinks the fenian Are after him with dynamite Bomba. Jenny i ii is modest enough to say that she never set any value on her own writings. Jenny knows very Well however that her work is popular. Miss in Sixa Emmet the artist is tall and slim and a possesses a pair of Large Brown eyes in the Depths of which May be Lead sentiment taste and a Fine sense of color. The Princess Irene of Hesse is to marry her Cousin Prince Henry of Prussia at easter Isyss. Henry is a Sailor Prince with the family love of Romance and adventure. In England single women and widows have had full municipal Suli rage for eighteen years. Or. Gladstone says they exercise it Quot without detriment and with great mks. May Mapes Dodge is said to have asked once in speaking of feminine poets Why it was that As soon As i Pegasus Felt a Side Saddle on his Back he immediately made a i rack for a graveyard. The resignation of miss Hannah p. James who for the just seventeen years has been of the Newton lass. Free Library has been Ace edited. She goes to Avil Kiesbar re i a. To take the position of librarian of the free Library there. A Vai air y will shortly occur in the Queen of England s household. One of the maids of Honor is going to change her name. The Post is North ,500 a year and there is nothing to do but to stand and look Sweet. Joes any american girl want the Job very few women distinguished in literature have attained Fame before reaching the prime of life. George Eliot was thirty eight when her Story was published. Elizabeth Brownings thirty seven when she married produced her Best Woi k after Iier marriage. Mrs. Stowe s Quot Uncle Tom Quot was not a published till the author was thirty nine and miss Alcott s first Story was i a blushed when she was to thirty seven. H. H. A it As hardly known in literature tint in after she was forty. These facts should be consoling to ambitious Young writers Hoie manuscripts Are Quot returned with ,"stress ill sold a tons. 3�y Larry , All is Sunceri Siuty in this world save deals. Old father time holds a Lien on our lives that must be Aid. In certainty surrounds everything else and especially the payment of old debts. What a sickness lays a heavy hand upon us. We Are in n bettor Frame of mind to give Thom consideration. Quot what Good resolutions Are formed about this time we solemnly conclude to i y All our just debts. By jut debts we mean those perhaps now worrying us Jost in the shape of daily Luiis Hau Defi in by the postman. Other Snall Bills cout Ramied at forgotten periods of Tine Ernie in last i or a share of our consideration a if we Ever get Well Well pay our debts with interest at t n per cent or More if they ask it. Give conclude to forgive our enemies Anil pass Over the Many Little inconveniences occasioned by the led i Tion of our n Arne Nighbor s Coal Heap. If the said neighbor accused is of property on his Side of the Fence weft rive him now find try to coax Consolation from the slim of the Fence in. Ing placed too far Over on our lot likewise the he Roost. Should father time conclude that the thread of life is Harlly Worth bittting just at a present Aud we Rise once More to Inui Gle wit i others in the great Battle of life we do not forget our Good resolutions but merely Lay them on the table for after consideration to be regulated by existing circumstances. Again we Are threatened with Tissol Tiou and this time we firmly resolve to keep our word and fulfil the promises Rei eate1-Ly made our anti oils creditors if we Are Only spared. Perhaps we Are spared. On creditors Calls numerous creditors numerous Calls. Quot we Are in a state of feverish anxiety. The climate we find has much to do with our late illness and at night is always the Best Lime for moving. It is so quiet then that one can hear himself think and not be bothered by a penurious landlord who might seriously retard Progress toward the desired goal exit. Quot we leave the key in the door to testify to oui honesty even in trivial matters. Thus to move from City to Hamlet from Hamlet to City As financial embarrassments i require. Even Canada cold As it is May i get too hot for us. But Only Bank presidents and Cashiers and other trustworthy guardians of the Public s wealth seem to like its climate Best. We Small Fry prefer to swing pendulum like from one end of the United states to the other. At last we Are caught napping by father time and hurried of the stage of life without a Chance to Wash up and Clear our record of Musty resolutions and stale debts. Yes All is uncertainty in this world even to the payment of old debts. Who Gogh i n a oboes Jacb Boob. Who Kiowa a he Kao a of Dainty Rose what fairy wings have brushed thy Cheek whose Mesa Aga when the South wind blows. Is told tbsp would that thou could t speak i Quot what gentle whispers prom the Birds Are wafted to Thieo o or the Flowers of Lovely Rose of fresh Pink Rose. What tale is told when the find blows. When the Breeze comes from foreign Bowers. 1 it a tale of love ii told ? is it tie song of some Happy Znaida ? is it grave Scheu Iea Ancl plots for Gold or is it the Wail of a Trust betrayed Tell me Sweet wild Briar Rose but Echo answers me who knows Limestone Insky i>ai.�. Adventure Irith an Allig Ator. Or. Stnson a trav Eler in Ecuador relates that he once heard the roaring of an Alligator. The huge beast was following a female of his species swimming Verj rapidly diving and rebounding to the surface of the water. Or. Simsohn was in a Small Canoe and immediately the Alligator Sair the Craft he Quot came toward it roaring like a Ball at each Boand above the As he was diving or. Simson forced the Canoe Safe Over him and so escaped. Quot curiously enough Quot he writes Quot not half an hour after this episode an Alligator a moped from a step Bank Over my Canoe and Only just cleared it As i was distractedly paddling along to Meir the Shore and to a tile a bore Quot hello old Cyclone what s the matter now Quot Quot matter of yer want Ter keep ther a r on yer beards be d better Slop that Ere squalling thar an Saddle Quot injun Quot Quot yer bet thicker n Grasshoppers in Kansas Sand Bun s in Texas Sage Brush in Dakota an liars in Quot boys old by Don t talk fur nut Hin. Better be saddling up an Prepa r Ter run or fight an May be Quot thet s jest the size o it Quot growled the rough visage frontiersman known As old Cyclone drawing in his panting Steed and casting furtive glances Down the Valley in the direction he had come. The scenery about the Little Camp was wild and picturesque in the extreme. Bugged mountains some Barren and others dotted with verdure to their very summits Rose on every hand. Below them was a Lovely Valley with a Stream like a thread of Silver winding through it. The Camp itself was on a bit of table land and there was from it an excellent View of the Valley for several Miles below. Tiree Hardy Mustangs were grazing a Short distance from the Camp fire and three men were seated about it when the fourth whom sve have introduced by the appellation by which he was known All Over the we Btu old Cyclone came up on his horse. Two of the men seated at the Cam fire were rough Bronze cheeked frontiersmen like Quot old Cyclone but the third was Little More than a boy. His fair Cheek and tender looking hands were evidence against his having been Long of the Frontier. The three were Lii fishing their dinner and Bill Murphy one of the Frontier scouts had i been entertaining his companions with a j song which Drew Forth from Cyclone the remark that he had better Stop Iii Squall i ing. I Quot How far a they by Quot asked old Zach the third frontiersman. J Quot Loi to t to i Quot Groat , boys we d i be Ter been Tuk Rig it in by the carnal varmints Quot tiie three Mustangs were saddled in As Many seconds and while this operation was going on old Cyclone Lea red from his Saddle Aud began stamping the lire into the Earth t is putting it out. Quot Wall i 6wow, Tenderfoot yer Gettin. Purty Han it by i leather. Ther Way be j hit lied yer brom Houd do credit to a i Reglar Broncho Buster. Blount boys we be gut Ter hit the that in overtake that Wagin j train Afore it strikes the Moix stings or Well Hev the Pesky thee in red skins or Scalp n every Man woman an child among j the face of the youth who was called j Tenderfoot among his companions because j he had been on the Plains Only a Short time i turned de Italy Pale. His father a Thor younger Brothers Aud Sisters were with that train and in danger of being massacred by j the apaches. I the youth whose name was Charley Myrtle was a Brave lad and he Xvi put a his Rilie while his Teeth wore set air of firm less and determination though 3iis i Cheek a it As consid Raidy paler than usual. A Quot How far do you think the Wagon tiiu is from the mountains Quot he asked of old Cyclone. Quot Dun know j Educ Root but its More n Likely they in in pm no-o.-. They be hed time to come to Quot pm by this Timo but f Thev Ain t crossed the River they Kin git Back to it Ilat Prairie Afore the apaches cume up Ter Quot Cai defend ourselves better on the Pra Iriti than on the Mountain Quot Quot ver list bet we Kin. Tenderfoot. Here Fellers jump yer Cayuse an less be Makin tracks fur the men were in their saddles and soon a Gallo icing at a break neck Speed along the hit Jiuu and then entered a narrow deep a clinic which brought Thom out into a sort of a wide can on. Charley Quot Myrtle who was unaccustomed o Lio Seback Quot Riding was Stith and sore Ami scarcely Able to ride yet the recollection that or i it rents and Quot Brothers and Sisters i were in Dunger Memed to give him new life. Quot Aie Avi ache mounted or on foot Quot Charley Usk cil oui Cyclone who Rode at his Side. Quot it a ousted Why Tenderfoot they never ride specially Efth a re in a hurry. No fair they re on Quot then we can out travel Thom Quot Quot Wall now i Don t know so Well about thet Yih Ingster Quot said the old scout. Quot Thom air a Josiv red skins when they git it inter their head to go Kin list git Over ground about As fast As the lust one. In these Ere mountings they i i outrun a Hoss. Why. The run deers Down Quot i Hen Thev May overtake us Quot Quot yes they will Quot of they come outer our Trail unless we mend our gait. Quot i Quot did Thev see you Quot i Quot then they Niny not find us. I Quot Yas of they turn of some other Way but they War comin Quot right toward us. Quot i Quot How Many Quot Quot inn know exactly but thar War at least a Hundred o Thoy now came to where the Valley was wider and the sides became Bluffs a Hundred feet in height. Two ranges of mountains converged about a mile further up in what was known As limes me it map. The Vallej or Canyon from the Point they had now reached gradually grew narrower until they came to the Gap which was so narrow that two could scarce ride abreast through it. At a very few rods old Cyclone dropped to the rear and looked Back Down the Valley and along the tops of the Bluffs on either Side. Quot thar aint a red Nigger in sight Yit boys Quot he at last said galloping up to where the were hurrying their Mustangs Over the Stony ground. Quot i think Well git Ter the Gap All the ponies thundered along Over the Tony Earth and the ring of hoofs echoed along the Canyon until Charley began to fear they would reach the ears of the pursuing Savages. Quot thar t is thar it is Quot cried old Cyclone who hat. Forced his horse ahead of the others Quot thar s the Gap now Well soon be a Lut beyond they a ged their horses Forward at the top of their Speed and were soon through the pass. Quot hello who s yer Quot cried old Cyclone who was some distance ahead of the others. In a moment every one Drew rein. Coming toward them was a White Man mounted on a horse considerably jaded. The horseman saw them and motioning his hand for them to halt they Drew rein and he galloped up to them. Quot it is Tom Long one of the teamsters Quot said Charley. So it , Tom what yer want asked cylone. Quot the apaches Are Down the Quot the underation we know that. Whar s the Traini Quot Quot that s list what i come to Tell be Quot Wall go ahead an Teu yes put in Charley Myrtie his Fuca growing still paler As his anxiety in crossed. Quot where is the in train has it crossed the layer Quot yell an is on the Way across the mount ing Range above Quot great Scoti Quot gasped old Cyclone Quot the Pesky a a wants j1 overhaul pm sure Afore Iney Kin git Quot the Captain said they would and sent me on to Tell be to hold Limestone Gap agin pm fur three Quot three hours Why Well Hev a Hundred to Quot can t help it Quot said the teamster Quot it s got to be for a moment the Veteran frontiersman the hero of a a Kindred Battles sat on his Pony voraciously chewing the huge quid of tobacco in his Mouth. At last he said Quot Wall boys of it s got Ter be done thar Ain t no use o whining now All i be got Ter say is of the thing Kin be did we Kin do it. But say. Tenderfoot be d belter list keep right on Ter the Quot Why Quot Quot thar s Goin to be a Quot Well what if there is Quot said Charley bravely. Quot my parents Are with that train and i m going to help defend Quot Pluck boys by Jermany Quot growled old Cyclone. Quot in t there some Way that the apaches could go around this pass flank us and get to the train Quot Quot no not if they re across the River. The give got to git through limes in Gap or they can t tack the Quot some one must go Back to the train Quot said Tom Long. Quot they want word sent Quot be d better go. Tenderfoot Quot said Cyclone. Quot no sir a whom i have Are with that train and i shall stay Here to defend them Quot said Charley proudly and bravely. Quot Wall youngster i Admire be Quot said old Cyclone Quot but be Don t know what s a comin there s Goin Ter be blood shed. Yeve never smelt powder an Heerd bullets screech yer Don t know what it is. The men who stay Here three hours Hev list about got a free pass inter Quot i will lose my life if necessary defending my parents Brothers and Sisters Quot said the Brave boy. Quot then Tom be d better go Back yer self Quot said the old scout. Tom was rather inclined to stay at the Gap but As old Cyclone had some information to Send to the Captain of the train in regard to the number of the apaches and the place where they would be Safe from them he had to go. Quot Hervye plenty o cartridges Quot asked Tom. Quot i Dun know. Leave yer gun an All yer got Quot said cd Lone. Quot Well want pm Afore we re through i Quot Tom did so and galloped away toward the train. The four horsemen Rode Back to the pass not Over a Hundred Yards away and old Cyclone examined it and the surrounding Hills with an experienced Eye. He saw at a glance the Strong and weak Points in the of the Gap. The narrow pass Lay Between two tall bulls one of which was Twenty feet higher Thui the other. A Short distance Back these h rights could be reached As the ground was sloping to ride the horses up to them. Old Cyclone then we peeled about again with his i Vollov cars at his heels and galloped to these Points Aud old Zach and Charley went u i one Side while he and Bill Murphy ascended to the other. These elevations were so near that the scouts could Converse with each other without i eak no much above a conversational tone. In addition to his own wine Jester old a clone had the Gim of Tom Lone. Quot dismount boys an Lay Down of the Edge o the clip Quot Quot said old Cyclone Quot then be Kin pick eau ii Quot without Bein seen. They sprang from their horses and leaving them a Little Way Back so As not to be in the Range of bullets from below crept to the Edge of the Bluffs which overlooked the pass. At old Cyclone s direction each Man placed a Large number of heavy stones on the Edge of the Bluff which might be available to hurl Down Union the Heads of the enemy. Quot Lii Inemer if they get through the pass Quot continued old Cyclone Quot it Ain t fur they la Hev Ter go till they Kin git up Here on the by Elf an lift on a very one understood the Imp Ortance of allowing no one to go Shioui a the pass. A Low they Ain t far away Quot Sai Ltd old a clout. Charley with his Rille ready crept to the of the where he could sweep the it s and expose but very Little of his person. The others had secured favourable positions. Only a few inome uts elapsed when Charley saw a dark form slitting up toward the ass not More than four or live Hundred Yards away. Another another Aud an outlier came around the bund until fully Tifty were in sight a us then in a solid mass silently but swiftly they advanced toward the a ass. Ohl Cyclone levelled his title and when they had Quot come to within two Hundred paces of the Gaji he bawled out to the Foremost among the apaches Quot hold of thar Yepe by red Varmint yer wont then Here and old Cyclone s Vitle belched Forth lire and smoke. Charley who watched with no Little interest the effect of the shot saw the pacho b a into the air Aud fall Back upon the rocks. A who which seemed to make the Canyon tremble now Rose from the indians Audi the air Shook with the rapid discharge of Apache i uns. I he bullets whistled like rain about the four Njmen but it they were hard Marks to hit in to nor position. Chu Ley found his nerves much steadier than he had expected alter the first Vulles. He look aim at the at Vanciu bail of a arcs. And pulled the trigger at the sauce moment. Old Zach s Ritie cracked while on the other Side of the plateau where old Cyclone and Bill Murphy Lay. A perfect fusillade was kept up All tie time. Quot they re fallin Quot cried old Zach. Quot Gin it to pm Quot roared c clone who having pm pitied his own Rise seized the gun of Tom Long. Cigar Ley Myrtle s Rifle was a Winchester and no sooner had he tired one shot than he threw another Cartridge into the Quot Bamber and discharged that also. A Quot let on t shoot too fast. Tenderfoot Quot Cau tier cd old Jack who was kneeling let behind Rock not far from t harle3 s Side. Quot take Goirl aim an Don t yer pull a trigger till Jer sure o or Quot list the smoke is too thick i can see no Quot then wait till yer the constant discharge of guns Down the Canyon concealed the Savages from View but Quot at last the canopy lifted a Little and Charley discovered a tall powerful Apache urging the warriors of. In a moment his ride was aimed at his breast and with a hand that did not tremble and an Eye True As the deadly title he took but a moment in leveling the gun and pulled the trigger. Crash a yell followed the shot and through the Aerial rifts of smoke he saw the Apache stagger Forward and plunge face Foremost among some rocks. Quot yer plugged him by Jingo. Tenderfoot Quot cried old Zach Quot and he s a chief Quot look out thar Quot roared old Cyclone Quot Don t yer see pm comin Quot with a desperate yell the apaches now re enforced made a dash for the pass. Rifles from the blurt s above cracked so rapidly that one could not have counted the shots. Bullets fell like Hail among the Savages and they lost men at every step. Yet determined to avenge the death of their Leader they gave utterance to death dealing yells and pressed on. Old Cyclone had emptied both his rifles and then with a revolver in each hand he Lay upon the Edge of the Blutt and rained death and destruction Down among the enemy below. Twice were the apaches compelled to Clear away the barriers made by their fallen braves but knowing full Well that when once through the pass the wife men would be at their mercy they with More determination than Ever crowded into heavy a tones Brertha Adgy of the Bluit unit the Heads of the indians who were jammed crowded and wedged into the pass. His companions heard him and followed his example. It seemed for a few moments As. If it was raining St Hes upon the apaches. They were panic stricken and throwing Down their arms those who were uninjured tied in every direction. Three a in some Way eluded the stones and bullets and made their Way through the Gap. Quot tend Ter them chaps Down in ther Canyon Quot roared old Cyclone Quot an i la ii these Ere three in three or four seconds he had thrust As Many cartridges into his Rifle and As Charley turned to fire once More at Tho retreating Savages he heard the crack of a inn behind him. The shot was followed by two or three others in Quick succession. Then old Cyclone came Back to his place. The apaches made one or two weak and ineffectual Elvorta to Force the pass but they could not Long withstand the deadly marksmanship of the riflemen on the Buff. Before two hours had passed they retreated Down the Canyon taking with them All their fallen companions they could get at. The Sun was Down and Twilight had begun to spread her Sable Mantle Over the Earth when they quilted Limestone Gap. Three dark ghastly forms Lay in the Bushes and they passed near enough to see them. Charley shuddered As he passed them and remembered How Many More there were in the Canyon. He reached the train and was embraced by his Mother who called Bim her Brave boy but his glory was dimmed by a fever which for weeks threatened his life. He was delirious when the train reached Tombstone. The great mental and physical Strain was too much for him Aud resulted in brain fever. His Mother father and Sisters nursed him through his Long weeks of illness. At last he began to recover and it was when he was Able to go about that the author met in Tombstone a Pale emaciated youth on the Street who was pointed out to him As one of the Quot defenders of Limestone the society yol it a Man. By Warben. It despite All they could do the Gap was now s yer time oter with the rocks Quot to Arad old Cyclone and he immediately my Here to have something that is not unworthy of a measure of scientific investigation. This specimen was readily captured As he is a native of the surface. It does not require Sii boiling to penetrate to his sphere. He is a sort of human Bubble floating on the surface. It is impossible for him to dive under the outside of things. The exception to this Rule is a paternal or maternal pocketbook or a merchant i to it ilor s con thence. Despite the Indica a tons he is supposed to have a Small por-1 Tion of mental faculty like folks Bat if he j has brains they become useless from innocuous Des etude. His species rarely j die with the brain fever or contract Bald headed Ness from Over mental exercise. If he becomes Bald at any stage of his existence it results either from the extreme poverty of the soil where the hair is Jdant de or is produced by too much friction of j the comb and Brush. J this specimen is thought by some to be i a sort of soft olde Ivd connecting link be i tween Man and the dude with inclination i and tendencies All toward the latter lie is not is rare As some other specimens of my collection. Thi Gay do not Cost much. The Regit Lar Market rate is Low. This one like most of his class is a great admirer of i the ladies and himself. He is a devotee of dress and dotes on his class which he denominated the Bon ton of society. He be a lives in the theory that dress makes the j Man. He estimates men and women by j the clothes they Wear. Trains Are rather a i us Coli Unity than an essential element i the society Young mans anatomical de i linear Iii is about As follows tiie head is j classed As a a physical it is Handy on which to exhibit the latest style of hat. It is also a convenient h Ca Tion for it As the Only practical use there is for a hat is to be tipped to the ladies. The neck is useful if Long As it serves with some a cart of of admiration As a round Perpetu Dicalan Structure about which to lace a it Lar an e piece of a society Man s attire. In fact a society Man could hardly get along without a neck i then Tho body was evidently designed by a i Providence for clothes the leg attachments or ing the purpose of to i con Iotia to carry them around for Public i exhibition. It a Clothier s Dummy could be Given automatic Jower it would make As Good a society Man As thir. Specimen and Verv probably better. A the merchant tailors and laundry men i All know this Young Man. Sometimes they know him better than they would like to. I to usually it a a for his clothes however j when he Lias the Money. When his Money runs out he resorts to credit. That exhausts very Raj idly when he draws checks i on his Cleek. This Bank lasts loner As it is better supplied with funds. He is i gifted by , with the faculty of act cumulating a sight of for the j amount of cantal he has to invest. With. All these faults he is self sacrificing. Aud would shirt Niiler a j Ood meal for a Btitton i Hole Inmei jct any Day in the week. This Young Man is of Little Uso of a practical nature at Home or elsewhere for that matter. His Home life is ordinarily to devoted to a More or less laborious struggle Aih rebellions collars Ami cuffs. The Aino Gujt of labor thus sex fiend a if Jirojt or i by direct a would accomplish wonders. Then he has several other troubles that serve to furnish him a vat amount of Iier Plecity. The parental solicitude with which he wat Clies Over and tenderly nurtures a Jhale imbecile Mustache is worthy of nobler aim Aud object. I sometimes this society Young Man encounters an Atrinity in Oue of his species of the o polite sex. In All such cases the father in Law has one addition to his family. Ite is Fri Pientl Jait to his wits end j to know what to do with him. Hare cases of this nature have been reported where i the society Young Man alter marriage re forms Aud makes a moderately Good Hostler. H in Quot it it Ledger. A a Allery of horse thieves. An ingenious Way of checking horses dealers which Are the i Lague of the Baltic provinces has been adopted by the Courland authorities. have supplied ail Rural police agents and other Village functionaries with albums containing the portraits of All notorious horse steamers of the province and of their accomplices with detailed particulars of their residence and notes of the cases in which h they have been involved. The albums contain 807 portraits of persons of Many different nationalities bohemians jews russians lots lithuanians and germans a Griir ing among them. The youngest of the thieves is 17 years old and the Doyen of Tho Quot corporation Quot is 78. Whole families live by the Trade and women and Young girls swell the curious gallery. Since the police have been in Possession of the albums it appears that horse stealing has been less frequent the thieves having become More careful since each of them May be included among the mall the electric at Urvi Quot a gives the Folio Wing As a lining Metal Superior to Quot Babbitt Quot melt in a Crucible one and a half pounds of Copper and while this is melting get a big ladle and melt Twenty five pounds of tin and three of Antimony heat it red hot and pour the two together and stir till thoroughly mixed. Tannin has been Given consumptive patients in France in doses of from to to four Grams daily and perceptible improvement was reported at the end of a fortnight. The Best kind of parlor adagio is that which converts gloom into sunday schools totes on the ii on for a a 3�? Quot the infant from the Chicago Standard. Bye to. J. M. Coon. The lesson is found in the Firat twelve verses of the second chapter of Matthew. The time was about b. C. His birth was so much ear liter than the Date first Finsod. Place Bethlehem. See under special mention. Spa Czari mention. L the Goa Pei of Matthew. Its author. This was Matthew the publican As All agree. For account. Of Hia Call to be a see Matt ix., 9 Mark in 14 Luke v., 27, is. He 18 characteristically Mck lest in his personal references. Quot seven teen witnesses of the first four centimes attest its Schaff 2. Its purpose. Mattiew wrote for the jews in Palestine. Therefore he deals so much with old testament prophecy proving its fulfilment in Christ he tracks the plan of god in redemption As found in the history of the jews showing Jeanua to correspond in life Aud character and claim to the Messiah of the old testament 3 a it ate of its composition jul this is not known cer Tamly but it was probably near the Middle of Tho ii rot Century. It is Geuer Aliy admitted to be the first written of the four gospels though coming later than the acts sad Paul s epistles. 4. Its Kajj Worcel according to w. F. Crafts the key word of this gospel a Quot fulfilled Quot in Harmony with of. A 22. It has Raisio been called Quot the gospel of the kingdom Quot Quot the key word of Matthew s gospel is Les Biah and May be briefly Analysed As follows 1 the Messiah s Advent 1-4 2 the Mes Zeiah s kingly Power .5-16 3 the Messiah s Public claim 17-23 4 the Messiah s sacrifice 24-27 and 5 the Messiah s Triumph 28 Quot of its logical order. Matthew is More svs thematic than the other evangelists arranging things of the same kind in one place As sermons in chg. V., vi., ., parables Inch. miracles in chs. Viii., in. 6 its original language. This May have been hebrew As Many believe. But if so the original manuscript was lost it is known to have been written m greek which May have been a translation from the hebrew. Some Tomk he wrote it in both the greek Aud he by try languages. 7 its Symbol. Matthew s Emblem is the hopi. In his gospel Christ is presented As the lion of the tribe of Judah the Root of David the Shiloh the King of the jews the Sou of David the son of Abraham Matt. 1 1. 5> its outline arid divisions. According to Smith s Bible dictionary these Are follows 1. Tho introduction to the mid try chs. 1-4. 2. Tho new Law fur the Church chs. 5-7. 3. Events in historical order showing Christ As the worker of miracles Cha. Viii., in. 4. The of Apo Atlea to preach the kingdom cd. X. A thu doubt Aud opposition excited by his activity in Duers a Mdse in John s Discie ies in sundry cities in Tho Pharis is chs. Xi., Xii to. A faeries of parables on Tho Jiutaro of the. Kingdom cd. . 7. Tho effects of his ministry on Hia countrymen of Herod Trio eople of gone Saret and i Harisios and on Mui Titu it la s whom he feeds chs. Xiii., Xvi., 12. S. Lle Volaiton to his do Sciples of his Sutlov rugs chs. Xvi., 13 xviii., a it a. 9. Events of a journey to Jour Salem Olis. ., xxx. 10. Entrance into i Rosalo resistance to Jii i there and denunciation of Trio i Luigi fees chs. . 11. Last cons is Chis. Xxiv. Xxv. 12. Passion Aud resurrection chs. . Vii four a Ope s. There were four go Pels by cause Josua was to to commend cd to Lour Racis or classes or men in to flt or phas 3 of Immanu thou i Lite the to Wisla Ito Inan greek and Christian. Had not Toliese sex lausted the Claes to be Leac Heij to Micro would doubtless have teen More fios Pels. In All a is the jewish human and greek natures reap tear among men and in fact make up the pro rail of Nati iral men while Tho Chris Tau nature and wants likewise remain essentially tie same. Conde Sod from Cire Gary s a a Liy four i neral hints to the study of fatter of. 1. Read Tho whole Book at Oue sitting and get a View of it it can be Ilone in left a than two hours. 2. Lieal it again Caro i ugly noting thu references to the it id testament. Thoro Uro nearly Oue Huu Drici of ilium mentioned l or implied. 3. G. T Well acquainted with Matthew Lii self. This Book we Call the gospel of Matthew is a real Book written by a real Man Aud tiie More you know of Tho Man Tho better you will i Joy and understand the Book. Take your con Yordi ice and look Uji every verse Duero Matthew 13 mentioned study them till a ii Verso tells you some Inci Ili it in his life or trait in his Charae Tei. Find out Liat rho Bible dictionary Saj a about him Ami t be satisfied till have present to your thou lir an of Matthew s personality which shall always lie Back of his words giving them re fifty an 1 Force As you i Ead Jet a in. Liet Hichem Tho birth place of Clorist was a Small town about six of Jerusalem. The ecu d �?�15cihle-hem&Quot denotes a House of Broad Quot a Iii hairs Given to tie plact of account of its or. At in Utility. It was also called Ephrata a word sup used likewise to Mug if Fertility Iii. Of i a Louth 4 11 to. 12 i. It was Calliel Tho City of Daniil 2 4l because it the City of his nativity i Sam. In 1, la. It was called Bethlehem of Judea to distinguish it from a town of Tho same name in Galileo Josh. I j 15. Iho soil of 1. Old heir was noted for its Fertility. Aiu Ici travellers Frt a gently spoke of its pro u Tio is. I Quot to town is situated on an Emile tic i tie midst of Hills and Vales. At a irese it it to i gains Abuit two Hundred houses that the 1 Chieti by i Kristians and 3loharumcjans, Wiio live tog it Thor in peace. A tit two Lini Idre i paces East of Bethlehem Tho Chico is Sunli shown Oliero our Savior is ship Posztl to have been Boris. There is a Church and a Convent there and Beji eath the Church a subterranean Chapel which is lighted let a thirty two i Imp which is sail to be Tho it lace where a Ilu Seal Leiu which Jesus was born. Cook s Como. To Napier la a it iat i it of the vol at if birth of Christ. Iloma Iho Eil i Iress in j world Sinler. Potent Shepfer of a sin irenee Subj t to Koine yet Tho i Iii r of culture and Art Ile Rotl the get a is Kin of Judea Cir. At Britain has been under Lio Inan Rulo Lor Lifty years both Ivicek hitters ail Lom in arms have been i to Varin it i for tins Greuze to event in Tho world s history. . Trio Foo Wail events have Takon place and should be examined by the Sta Ltd it 1 Jue fiction of the a Baptist s b a i Luke 1 -.v. A s birth announced to Marv Lulo l 2t- a rth of John Luke 1 i Christ Luke 2 1-7 Quot a it vi3t of the Aleph. Ads Luke 2 s-2� a Clorist Broud to the Temple according to Tho Law Luke 2 2l-3 i. Topic and of tue. Jesus Christ is a world Savior the limit of his love Aud life penetrates to lands he draws All to Hinis if he Desi Xvi ail denial a our Best its and Heartiest or he will work his own gracious Puri oses in Spito of Tho Opaso Sittou of the i ked Aud Tho difference his Trofi s3ed followers he is Tho King of the whole Earth and the whole Earth Liall Yot to subject to his Rul \ or it Gem Thouc tiits. 1. Jerusalem is Tho Center and source of All High Liest wis Diun 1. 2. Trio Bible in our Star to guide and in Lighton 2. 3. Tho Power of Tho rights though it be but a a be 3. 4. How Many Quot have seen Quot proofs that the Goff Biol is worthy and yet delay to come v 2. 5. If you would learn about christianity and the gospel apply to christians 4. G. We should not Only accept Tho record of the Bible but the Savior of the Bible 5. 7. Full Lamont of prophecy an unanswerable arg Union for christianity 6. 8. God s plan includes All men and places and things 0. Interest in right things May to Artim wrong motives and for base purposes 7. 10. Even Tho wicked May be overruled to Point the was to Christ 8. 11. If a Man will Dut follow god will Lead Bim fully to the Savior 0. 12. Chrit is a Joy to some 10 and a terror to others 3. 13. A vision of Christ the True incentive and preparation to worship 11. 14. True worship comes with offerings and the Best and richest offer Iuga 11. 1.5. God will protect the righteous and disappoint the wicked 12. 16. Quot there May be True believers and servants of god in unexpected places Quot 1. 17. Fei Aona May be near to Christ As to Opportunity but far away As to acceptance 5. 18. Quot this life in full of stars pointing a to Christ Quot subject of Leaton for july 10, Quot the flight into Egypt Quot Matt 2 13-2a at the lending Library Young lady please give me the three Shopman very Gorry they Are not in at present. Yonng lady what a pity Conlen t you let me have at least one magdeburger Zeitung. La a a the a beat stbis&1by bet. H. W. Thomas. We Are living in a time of Almor Vytant and uni Weisal unrest the world seems each year to become Nicart More feverish and excited. There a month nor scarcely a week or a a that does not bring some startling Tion or Call upon us to face some question or fact of general concern if our own Busy affairs fail to keep up t a thrilling interest if there happens to be a. Lack of great fires or Ocean or land Loci dents or disasters or a Little Lull or falling off of Bank or business Deal cations or a few less sensational runaway marriages pathetic divorce cases then great a Towk kindly comes to our Relief by sending along an Earth make or treats is to Tili spectacular scene of a Cyclone playing with ships upon the sea or a Tornado to a ing cattle and bams and houses and Popio about on the land. And thus in one Jav and another the excitement is sustained and the incessant Strain and tension upon body j and brains and heart is conto Noui and whatever May be the danger of Quot wearing out we Are quite secure against to other evil of which we have been warned that of Quot rusting the Preat labor strikes of our time Huttt been so frequent in the last few years that they no longer attract attention by their Novelty. The violent excitements and the tendencies to overt acts and riots that Wei marked feat is of these uprisings at first have been modified by time and experience so that there is less danger to life and property. The first impulse of Dan is to fight and hence our world has been a scene of War of physical contests Between nations or tribes or individuals. And it is too soon to yet say that this impulse has died out or even that it has been greatly weakened. But the manner of fighting has been changed. Instead of set Ding a dispute by an Appeal to the old Quot code of Honor Quot or by Quot Queensberry rules Quot or a rough and Tumble fight without rules to Are learning to Appeal our causes to the Law. That is we get the lawyers to fight for us and in doing this they often fight each other and we look on with satisfaction and feel that each angry word or telling Point for our Side is a blow at our adversary. And when the Case is settled there is at least something of that satisfied feeling that follows a hand to hand conflict. And so it is in the Case of the great strikes. The Labouring men Are resorting to other and Wiser methods for settling their disputes than a recourse to violence. They meet in conventions they debate their cause they appoint committees and Send delegations to Confer and argue with the other Side and thus feel that the fight is going on but in another Way. And it is interesting to observe and study the tactics employed on both sides of the line of Battle. Naturally each Side thinks that it has rights to be Maiu tinned and wrongs to be redressed. And like All forms of War lure numbers Tell and hence each party seeks to strengthen its forces by enlisting or drafting recruits and perfecting its organization. In the present struggle now Goinik on in our City Between the Hod carriers masons and Brick Laj ers on the o and the contractors and builders and the dealers in All of Supply on the other Side each trying to swell its numbers by bringing in All the available co operative forces. That is the labourers by their co operative unions have enforced the suspending of labor have quit work themselves and Are trying to prevent All others from working and the contractors and the merchants have said that work under Way must Stop Aud no new contracts be made and no building material to sold. And it is not strange when both sides Are striving for the same end one Side saying Quot we will not work Quot Aud the other Side saying Quot you shall not work we will not sell any More material Quot that work has stopped. So far the strike is a Success on both sides and a Victory Lor both parties but it is not the kind of Victory that can give peace for in brings loss Aud not profit to All con Cerf d. It Stovis Lal it or and it stops sales and hence it hurts not Only the contestants but aspects the business interests of the City. La it if this coup it results in some Betler guile or to id Iii Aud some settled apr element by whih these Labouring Anil commercial Tutere it is it go of without interruption in. The future Tho i it reset losses will not be without their compensation. There Are now present All the conditions for a growing nos Erity throughout the country and at such a time labourers and contractors and merchants should be making and saving in nov but for several years past just As the Spring or fall work Bas begun Avery a thing has had to Stop for some strike to to settled audit must be evident to All that this condition of things can not last much longer. The ii Opie Are getting tired of it and some Romily must be found and let us Hope the through these unpleasant and of Teri very experiences the better a by l be . J at just a la or How its to 1 0 in Acecil time alone can Tell. Mucu of the Jac Tut Una. St is owing to leu conditions 1 a night about by the increasing use of no Ichiki by the tendency of which is to absorb the smaller industries that used to be carried it u in separate shops by Oue or a few workmen in each and to mass both men Aud Lueany flow great centers Anil cities. The pm plem is Tiow to Adait society to this new did prof things and it is evident thai this Annot be Dontz i v the attempt on either site to enforce arbitrary Aud unjust measures. The experience of All rhe i St uvula teach is that nothing in. Rattled till it is settled rightly and la thes urrels As in All others Justice must at iat be done by both sides Aud thu the Rikl to of each be be Curt d. Hat be. Is most needed just now is the general Intel Luck o that can comprehend the Many rights and interests involved Aud Theu More of that higher and growing sense of Justice and brotherhood that shall dispose All men o live up to the Quot Golden it would be strange indeed if the Many of Labouring men in their haste and inexperience did not make Many mistakes and unreasonable demands Aud it is perhaps too much to expect thai contractors Aud corporations should be wholly free from resentment and hence they May i sort to measures that May seem severe if not retaliatory. But society will be compelled to , and More and More to Cim fess Tho Law of Universal Justice and the absolute necessity of the great principles of morality and religion As essential factors in our new Chicago or def r. Roku rite As the new explosive invented by or. Koot a chemist of 3erlin, has been called has been in use for several years in the Coal mines near Dortmund with the most satisfactory results. The Only reason Why it has not been adopted for gun Era use in the mines is that it is too expensive and that it is spoiled by any moisture. Job write just been introduced into the German army and the military authorities Hope to avoid the latter inconvenience by a new system of packing invented by an artillery Lien tenant at Spandau. With refuted to its Price reductions will be made Irith the increase in the manufacture of the explosive. The fact that Kibrite explodes neither from friction nor from sudden Shock will greatly facilitate Ita transport. The effects produced Liy an explosion of Robu rite Are said to by marvelous and though the statement that one discharge of it will remove mountains is exaggerated the rats a caused by it Are stated by Egre Wil Nesses to be mail Zetie. _ the worthiest people Are the in Chi injured by slander As we us idly find that to be the Best fruit which the Stidl have been pecking at Swift. Sip if we were never tried or chars Ajtora never would be Knowis

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