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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana
English As be is wrote. Tie the Acari a lesson he taught the ii Reacher. A Sermon to Praught Tho stealer he stole the heeler he Hole and the screeched he awfully scr aught. The Long Vinded he spoke the i Oor office seeker he Soke the Rumer he ran the in mixer he thin and the Ahri Elior he horribly Shiroke. Theft yer to Canada flew t to buyer on credit to Bew tie doer to did the Huck to Aid and the line a Tishe Ruian Lew. The writer this nonsense he a Rote the fighter an filitor Lote the so Iii Nier lie Hwan the Nikii tinier be Sumii and the biter a i hungry and late Cdr Velna Thornton s regret. By Jar it Fok lil so Diana foil. Quot All is at an end Between is. From now on ave meet As strangers the girl s voice did not tremble As she uttered tie above scorn ii words but her dark eyes flashed and her tightly Cletu Skui hands were held in Gaius her heart As if to still its beat a ing. Quot Venia. Yon mean this. You Are angry. Let explain. In Quot Quot not a word or. Lily Ord. I will listen to not i Lanatie i. I mean what i i Jive Iii decision is �2tevooal>l&Quot. I Yogi or to Quot a Lna Iii Darling you Inu to listen to i Yon. I cannot give Yon n like Only Trust me. . La Nikii Ibum Yogi Are my Proni Isid Quot i Ardois unit in. C lir turd i Irros your j promised wife. It i am so no longer and you have no right to detain me against my a ill. Agio a to to a Quot Wlna Venia listen to me my Darling. To not be so cruel. I do not Merit yours it in. On my Honor i to Yon Quot Quot Quot your Hoir Quot wit i a mocking laugh a Quot re a ally clip Ltd Ltd this Iii ? i get Kioah. Hic Aprain i remind you Liat i Avioli to Paul Cliffords Lack. Handsome face Pius Lueil hotly at Titis o in insult and with it iut a Oulu r word he lifted his hat wit i a profound Irav and Turni d away. Velna Liri Untim swe t past him h it a slender girlish figure drawn up to its full Hei Glit and her Small aristocratic lie with its wealth of sunny Golden i air. Held loudly. Paul clip Ord Drew a deep Ilreath and turned his eyes Towai d the stately Thornton Man Ion through whose a doors \ Elna Luid just Digap eared. The Mot was slowly rising in the cloudless sky an a the Trees rustled in the evening by get a. Sut Denly i aul started Forward. Some Thimig glittered on the velvety Lawu where a Elna had stood which it roved to be a Long Gold pin and Small Bunch of violets Liat gave Forth a fast Sweet a perfume which stole upon the senses and filled Piu ifs mind with a wild longing to follow , Yelupa a and demand ius Tiee if nothing More. But i ride came to a the Rescue and putting the violets safely Awny he pulled himself to Geilier passed through the Gate without Onee looking Back and Wayied rapidly Avay. At or entering the House Elna went a directly to her room and a charming room it was Villi Silken hangings Lulu Rio is Chii irs. And Carp 4 soft As velvet. A Marble state it to Glimn red in a Corner. Tie in Taro i Ames glittered on the Walls and there was a soft Rosy Atmos Zihere Over All. Lint tie Only Hangliter of this Beautiful Home looked far Frt m a pity As she Sank Down on tie velvet Couch and buried her face in Lier hands. Quot it is All Over Quot she murmured Between her sol s. Quot All at an end and t am free. And tis l Etter so. I marry a Man with Money. Paul is my Ideal but he is poor and t cannot endure poverty even with the n an i love. I must nit him out of my la Art forever. But Oli god How i love him. Noble How Manly he is. Compared wit i Quot she broke or in the midst of her Soliloquy and began i acing the floor with Iier Vous Steps. Four years have fled and Elna Thornton is now mis. Tracy be Camj. Let us take a look at Lier unannounced. Find her seated in her luxuriant drawing room in the d my rec ses f f the Oriel window. The a Crimson velvet curtains form a in Etty Back ground to so fair a picture. She has a tight fitting Black velvet a dress relieved Only by snowy laces at threat Atul Avriste and fastened in her Belt is her favorite Flower a Bunch of violets. Slie does not look Happy. On the it contrary she looks As she feels utterly Mise Ralle. Three years since she sold Iier self for Gold and the in iries Money could buy and she has been punished How be Vert by Only she could Tell. Tracy Lecamp was not a Man Caia ble of making a a Oman Laii it a. He avas thoughtless impulsive and extravagant never looking beyond the ideas ure of the hour and he was cursed by a temper whih when aroused was fearful crushing Down every softer feeling in its intensity. To was proud of his Young a Ife s beaut and Grace and in so a piety buttliere his interest in her ended. Then ice less love of her Young Liepart he did not try to win and would never have appreciated had it been his. Elna tried hard to be a devoted wife but his cold i spelling nature soon Icille the germ of affection she tried to Foster. And As she sits in the recess of the deep window she is thinking of All this. The rain beats against the window before which the heavily draped curtains Are drawn and the fire in the open fireplace which the chilliness of the air made most grateful blazed cheerfully upward. Elna is lost in deep thought and the constant dashing of the rain against the window seems Ipi Ite like a picture of her own life. No lia2 piness no Stin Shiue All Liat remained was a Blank dark Desi air. A wave of the still unforgotten past swed it Over her bringing with it Sweet memories and bitter recollections of those other Days when she had thrown away an honest love and married for Money a Man she could not even re sect. A How Well she remembered that night far away in the washed past try As she will to dispel the vision that other fac \ dark handsome and Noble a Ith dark Brt in hair Curling carelessly about the Brown and eyes in whose dept Lis there was reflected a pure and holy love the face of Paul Clit lord. The Man she had loved and Lod help her loves yet As fondly As in the dear old Days when she was his l promised wife. If she could Only blot out the miserable present banish it As she would a hideous dream. But alas it was too late. Paul Clit lord avas lost to tier As surely As if she Lay dead at her feet. Never Acain would she see his Bright Boyish face and laughing Brown eyes. A How passionately she loved him she never realize Tel Liow much until he had gone out of her Lite f u Ever. The soft Light from the great brass la nips fell i it on her slender a it Irlish figure. Her face was ale As Marble and her eyes had a strange Lui natural glitter. Her husband had gone out for the evening to his club and Elna was alone alone to indulge in thoughts that were maddening in vain regrets and sinful longings for what Quot might have hark what was that the Bell surely not Cash it is at so late an hour As if Impi Nant at the intrusion the Little or Encl Chi acc Iii died ten. Uce the Bell sounded As if rung by an impatient hand then strange v a ices in tie Hall. Yelupa Rose to her feet and stood in a listening attitude Anith eyes fastened on the do a. That voice merciful heavens was she dreaming had her misery turned her brain ? it seemed an age to Elna l before there was a Knock at the door then Arnoll the Butler entered. Quot i beg your Pardon Madam but there is a Man at the door who asks i Ermis Sion to bring a lady in Here. Their Carriage Lias broken Down and the lady has Velna gave orders for tie lady to be Brou Glit in at once while Slie immediately left the room to order wine and restoratives. On returning to the room she stood As if turned to Stone on the threshold. What a sight met her gaze lying of the Couch was the most Beautiful a Oman Quot Nelna had Ever seen and kneeling by her Side with both her hands clasped in his avas Paul Clifford. Quot Lesta Lesta Quot he called in a voice of agony. Quot my god she is not dead Quot then he looked up looked straight into Tho eyes of the woman who once made the Siu Shine of his life. Velna was the first to recover herself. Ith a face As Avite As death she advanced into the Roini. Quot Velna my god How changed Quot exclaimed Paul Clit Ord under his breath. With an Ellbert Elna turned her gaze from his silent face to the still silent form on the velvet Couch and said in a voice that trended Eyrcei Tilly Quot the lady has fainted. If you will leave us for a Sciort time i. To link we can restore her to of with a last line ering look at the still White face it used act Aust the Pillow Paul Cli Fioril silently left the room to Pace up and Dow n the Long Hall. I Zenku a was busily at work. It was nearly three years since he Lead seen a Elna Thornton now Knirs. Lecam. A How he had loved her and hoax dear she had been to him in the dear old Days and How Little had separated them a Only a few Hasty scornful words Al having no explanation and All was Over. Alas How changed Slu avast and yet every Liing had changed for the bitterness of Lus Siutoa had Long since passed Wavay and he had grown to love a Avo Man who loved him As he avas Avo thy to l e loved. Y Elna Avith a woman s Quick instinct understood this at a glance knead that another a Oman held her place in his h it Art and if she Avert tree to marry she could never regain the love she had once held so lightly. During the excitement and astonishment of their unexpected meeting he had not told her the name of the lady Avo now by her very helplessness claimed her womanly sympathy and care. Is be Perli aps the thought avas full of agony to Yelupa and yet achy not was she not herself the Azife of another win what could she expect ? her thou gifts Avert Interr United by a faint moan from the Pale lips Aud alien a pair of eyes of deepest Violet looked into her Avn As if in that Rief glance they could read her very the a gets. Quot Paul my husband is he Hurt Quot Avert the first avoids she addressed to a Elna. It avas True then. She avas his wife. For the first time in her life Velna it arly fainted. On recon ering herself she looked Long and earnestly at that fair child like face and those deep Violet eyes that now made the Hajji Ness of this life for Paul Clifford then she spoke and her Toice sounded unnatural and far away. Quot do not disturb yourself lie quietly your husband is in the next room. I will Call in the Hall she met Paul Clifford pacing restlessly up and do Avn a troubled look on Iii handsome face. He hurried Tavard her As she came out and Avit Hout a Avord she pushed the door open and allowed him to enter. Alone in her own room she prayed for strength to conquer Lier love to Bury her sorrow deep in her Avn heart that no Eye might witness her agony and guess her secret. Half an hour later she descended to the drawing room to meet Paul Clifford and his wife. Her a Oice was Calm her hand did not tremble she avas her old proud self again and no one not even Paul Clifford could guess that beneath that Rich velvet Robe beat a heart a Hose every throb avas full of anguish remorse and a Ain i egrets for the past that a cold never be recalled. Aheu they Avert ready to de part her hand Lay for an instant in his awhile she Ava forced to listen calmly to his grateful avoids of thanks for her kindness to his Azife. The perfume from the violets in her Belt now crushed and dying reminded him of that parting four years ago. Out under the stars and his voice Shook slightly As he said then in avas a Over Ayd she was alone alone Avith her sad that rights and the misery of a never ending regret. Alone to veep bitter tears and to Pray for strength i oct n pier a love that in itself avas a crime and to a certain extent Slie succeeded. Mingling in the same society they meet sometimes. Still the most careful observer c Ould never discover More than Friendly interest on the part of either. Poor a Elna Quot tis Quot not that the Ain is of its Hiiri shorn lint that it can be Berry names. A Strawl fruit. The Avord is made up of Quot Straw Quot and the Ai Van a cot Sti a is a Star Aviu ii Means to Stre a a the Star by Iii a str it ver i of . Gay the time the aryan r m t Assed through several in passing from Asia to the Anglo Saxon Laud it has become strap. Straw is a c eruption of strap Avrich Means to stray. The Strawl Erry is a straying Lanty is a stray Berry in reality but owing to the corruption noted known As Strawberry. So Star and Strawberry Are both from the same Ayran Avord. Both Are Beautiful. Quot Berry Quot comes from the sanskrit l has. To eat. In tie Anglo sax a it is Berga and in tie gothic has the same As in the older to Niue the sanskrit. The sense of has seems to be Quot edible fruit Quot Raspberry a the old name avas rash is he Raj. In fact As May be idiot Tel in Bacon s essay the fruit avas called , Avi Klamt the Berry Avrich seems to have a modern addition. In italian it is Rassio a Rasa rough implement Avrich Quality this fruit is Sui it posed to resemble whence its name Rasjid Berry. Avord has nothing to do Avith Goose. The Roper name is a . The Avord is i a is a Irons Crisp Curling or frizzled Avrich relates to the condition of the surface of the rougher kinds of the avid Gooseberry. same As abhor the Berry loth variants r f Hurt Leberry. Avrich is but a Corr Tiou of the old a proof a Hart a male Deer Ami he Risje demo Cral. _ birr Ihnn in sindhi. There is a gents Al impression throughout the Avest that americans Are All very Rich. Arabs will at any time luit an englishman to ply a y Yankee Avo he thinks ready game. These people Are natural born Dii locates. A famous Frt it Nuchman said words were invented to conceal ideas. Certainly the Shread indians rarely Ermit their avoids to express their thoughts and deah it is in works of Art or objects de Vertu consider a lie a proper i it Art of his Stock in Trade. He lies awhile he tries and weighs his Cust Mier. They catch us at the station at the hotels on the streets and on the thresholds of tie temples. Arhat they ask is no indication of Arhat they Avill take. After Uliey try you Avith their Price they in Ite your tier. You have to be guarded or you Avill be taken u. A fellow shed to sell me a Bracelet of i Silver. His Price avas 30 rules. I of a f used him. He looked insulted but i soon plied me again. I stuck to 6. He assured me there Avert 7 rupees of inure Silver in the thing and took out a pair of Scales. The Bauble balanced six and a Liaf rupees. He assured me there Avert four thousand sepia rate pieces in it and had Cost fifteen Days of labor. I Rei it lied Quot i do not Avant Quot yes but master Rich i poor Man make a Rosier i offer 8. He puts up his i ack. I go to my room. He follows and says Quot take it i Avant master s a Ery one purchasing is asked to state the fact in a Little Book and is a headed Avith until the statement is made that the purchases Avert clump. I looked at Cashmere shawls at Quot Manich Chung a Quot at a Quot h. Iiarri>i07is Lettera from Lauua. Brin Iii it up to the average. Blinks do you Noav Uliey say that to a blindfolded Man All liquors taste alike funny in t it by the Way Arhat Avill you have a inks to Avine clerk a give me some of a our Gin and a Bandage i lease a the idea. _ the gentleman is solid mahogany the fashionable Man is Only veneer. G. Bop sessions Are taken from old tombs in Egypt. Armed therefore Avith a Stock of photographic plates and Avith the far More essential Stock of paper for making Moulds or Quot squeezes Quot from the Stone i began work on the Semides of Triebes. In most cases the sculptured surface has lost All Trace of its colouring and it May then be abashed and soaked Avit Hout any harm. First it with water a Sheet of soaked paper is then Laid on it and worked into the hollows a the lingers next this is beaten Avith a Brush until it is thoroughly pulped into All the carvings and even into the a Ery Grain of the Stone itself. Every line and Chip and Flahav must receive the i a per As closely As a coat of paint then after any broken parts of the Sheet have had extra Neces beaten Over them another Sheet is Laid on and beaten until the two seem like one layer of pulp. In a couple of hours or so this Avill be dry and the sheets Light and unchangeable. Exit t by Avet or heavy pressure May be packed up and carried in parcels without any damage. In Many cases the great Battle scenes or roads of Cai Tives coven the a Hole Walls up to Twenty or thirty feet from tie ground. Here it avas Nee it Alful to hang a Roie ladder Over the Avail from the to it and enjoining my Arab Alj give to stand steady on the end of it and not to let go on any account a k to or i then Scal my gripping the Long Brush Avith the Paer around around it my Teeth. Hit Liing an Elbow in Over a step to Kec a Myser up. I in Rohnl the Paier and brushing Over the Stone with the Avet Brush s a read the Sheet out and beat it on. In other cases a Leigh stack of boxes served for Ste its. And contained my collections of Tei Ward. On reaching England the l a her impressions Avert soaked with avar Giuin a Stop plate and Avert thus brought into a is ate for making any number of plaster casts. From a set of casts the i hot Ogra it is Avert at last taken far l i tier and More easily than if tak i direct from the Stone the Liiro Tibig can be Preci oly Armani red so As to Prive the right extent and direction it f Shadow and the scale it Ati lie made uniform. This first comi it Lete s to of casts after exhibition at the South Kensing ton a Roseum Avill be preserved in the let Riti Sli museum. Besides tie sculptures there Are Many painted tombs which Are i Pally important. In one Tomb that of a governor of the Sudan Are portrayed All the Southern races Over Avrich in Euleil the several chiefs Avith their followers bearing bags of Gold dust and precis it is Oll rings As trip note boats with Siegri get its seated o i them Lugt ads of cattle i decorated Avith hands pro Baldy of Metal on the ends of to Weir Lions acid a creat Shmin a Chariot drawn by two let Piebald bulls like the modern Breed. Avith the state und it Rella Over her head. These Tomb paintings. Ashen near the Entrance can be lighted by successive reflectors of tin plate for Good photo a Rajih to be taken but for those deep in Rock heavy Chambers hundreds of feet from the outer Light magnesium is needed. The powdered Metal is mixed Avith an equal 2nu>unt of chlorate of Potash the camera is adjusted the Plati is it in and left sex k sed and then lighting the paper of which the powder lies a single Flash Bright As a snip in Day. And a Dull heavy tend that rambles through i the Long pass Atres. Tell that the work is done and round in the blackness a Funt i atch of yellow a lungs adhere the Candle flame is. Some of these Nutig Nelium Light photographs Are among the most Success Fol. Air. M. Al tillers fettle in Hajji a s ii feral Tiar Llelyn do. In the summer of Isho Ashen the first i Deh it option of enthusiastic i Olitia ians j came too i from the Mentor station Tiroui Quot i the Lani it that Felt a to Quot la a Nield Quot Quot in order to congratulate Ien. James i a. Birtiel on his nomination for the j i residence there was Laie nun uber of the Lartie Lfonsi hold Avo met the Well i meaning but noisy strangers with an air j of astonishment and Distaj Proval. And. As i thu y neared thu Lanise Ilis United further a in Roach with menacing to if. This avas Quot veto Quot Gen. Garf Lehl s big Newfoundland dog Aud not until his master had called to him that it avas Quot All and that h it must be a Piet did he a ease hostile . After that a whenever Dele nations came a and they Avert of daily oct Orrence a i a Eto walked around among the visitors looking Graa e and sometimes uneasy but usually peaceful. Gen. Garfield was very fond of Large Noble looking dogs. A Eto was a Pup y Ashen Gia in to Liim but in Tavo years time had groan to be an immense fellow and devotedly attached to Liis master. He avas named in Honor of president Hayes a Eto of a certain Bill in the Spring of 187i. The Bill avas f u abolishing the Ofhie of marshal at elections. It did not meet Avith the president s approval and he returned it to unsigned an action Avrich a greatly pleased Ren. Garfield and suggested the name for his dog. Although quiet As he had been Bidden a Eto avas never reconciled to the Public s invasion of the m motor farm. He avas a dog of great dignity and could not but feel resentment at the familiarity of the strangers Avaio on the strength of l political prominence overran his master s Fields. Spoiled the fruit Trees peered into the barns Raub poultry Yard and Avert altogether Over curious and intrusive. He had been told that it avas Quot All but these actions by Day and the torchlight and Hur Rahing by Naglit Avore on his spirits and temper. This evident unfitness for Public life caused a final separation from his beloved master for when in the following Spring tha family moved to Washington to begin residence at the White House they thought it was not Best to take veto with them so he avas left behind in Mentor poor Fel Loav All his doubts and fears for the safety and i it each of Liim he loved and guarded Avert indeed Avell founded. That first invasion of lava Enfield was but the beginning of Arhat avas to end in get calamity and bitter sorrow. Veto never saw his master . Nicholas. _ the Gold dog. Prof. Mcallister the and a . Happened to be travelling across Lover Idaho some years ago i on his Avay from one town to another j it avas in the Days of Early stage coaching before railroads Avert to piste so l plentiful As at the present time. The professor one afternoon before the show commenced in Vaandering about the streets of i think it avas Lewiston encountered on the outskirts of Tho to Avn a Small band of indians. Two i a three companions Avert with him. While i chatting together looking about and of serving things generally Mcallister by came piste familiar Avith a Mongrel dog of awned by the redskins whom he proceeded to pet nonchalantly. Quot Fine dog said the professor. Quot ugly Quot grunted a Buck. I Quot hoax much you sell him for Quot asked the magician. Quot Fgli two re lied the Buck holding no a pair of dirty fingers to in i dictate the amount. Quot him very Fine dog Quot said Mcallister stroking the cur Down the Back an taking a Gold piece from the end of his Tail. I Quot Hihi Quot exclaimed the Redskin look i ing on in astonish unit his eyes ready i to Start from his in and in excitement i Quot him very Fin it dog quietly continued the prof Susor this time tak i ing a whole handful of Coin fimm the cur s Tail and i Licking stray pieces from a his Mouth nose and ears Avrich he transferred to his 2>ockets. Strange noises Avert heard it proceeding from the Interior of the animal. To groaned and laughed Aud howled and barked at All of which the poor Delu cd redskins stood in the utmost Awe and astonishment and could t for the i life of them understand w hat Hail come Over the s Irit of the animal. It was hard to Tell Avrich avas the most sir it Rise the indians or the dog. After filling his pockets Avith Gold and taking another list Fol from the cur s Tail the i left the redskins in each. I he had not let Een gone ten minutes before the latter it Onn ced u k u the 00r doomed animal and Cut him wide open. Like the Goose Liat Laid the Golden egg there avas nothing inside and it avas fair to jul resume that theol Lyre Avard was a Fine Feist upon ribs of roast dog browned to a . By. T. P to Tello in ,s7. Lonis re och Denio crat. 3iountaiii sheep. Tying our horses securely out of sight ave cautiously approached toward the game under cover of a Rocky projection and As we came near ave took Oft our Caps and softly crept up and cast our eyes Over the Crest of a crag expecting to find the Sheet Luu e we last saw them. Let it. Iii Stead of this they had disappeared Prol it a by having heard us or taken ten wind from us and r m a Rouill the Jill and As their tracks indicated this we Currii d Back to our horses. Nunin Teil. And Gallo de around on the Side of the ii ill. A it Ping that we Nii uht head them of Quot As they came a Rouill and when ave reached a narrow defile where we thought it probable they might attempt to Niass ave dismounted. And leaving on hordes walked noiselessly , until we j discover etl tie Heads of the Largi to a f at least eighty Nion stain sheep quietly Down among the rocks a snit in 0 Yards of Quot whereupon we instantly dropped upon air Iii us and Knees and crept cautiously Forward unil we be i cured a Good position la Lind the rocks. Then taking in liberate aim we Llred together at which the thu relied fuck i jumped up. And not seting flu it re Tom i shots came from became confused and i ran around in Ditle Atnif directions give. Ing is Good opportunities to make several other running shots which effective and Luni at last they ran out Tif Range they left is five of their Nam a Ber stretch nil out upon the ground by a fore us. Although this was during the rutting season the flock raced Ranis Ewt its and lambs. The following season we shot sea in More near the sane ground. Age i. I. I Mannii. In it Ulin j. Liar Hays and civilization. Eai Hays have so Chea ened the Cost of trans rotation that while a Load of a heat loses All its value by being Haule Ltd 100 Miles on a common Road meat and flour enough to sup ily one Man a year can according to or. De Avard Atkinson be handed $1,500 Miles from the a est to the East for one Day s Savages of that Man if lie be a skilled Mechanic. If freight charges Are diminished in the future As in tiie past this can soon be done for one Day s Savages of a common labourer. The number Tif persons employed in constructing equipping Aud operating our Raih Vays is about 2,000,000. The combined armies and natives of the w orld awhile on Pieace footing will draw from gainful Oji rations 3,455,000 men. Those create veal the these destroy it. Is it any avoider that America is the richest Counti a in the Avold a scrib Ner a Magazine. Plain girls Are thought to Wear Best Beca Tise it is not noticed so much Athea they lose their Orleans Picayune. A a
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