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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 8, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana
A Ahkuk merchant Iwan. A stands for action which makes business move. Do for the dash. Which Neer a Quot to in a Groove Quot a a stands for vim which o or leads to Suc Cesa. A a for Energy hustlers possess a a stands for i Jason to which Good sense Yie is. To a tacos for Type w Rich the world s scepter wields in a tacos for Industry handmaid of Thrift so Tor the sao8 that Don t Toiuo As a gift in stands for ind Leuce Man s greatest curve. No for the nothing in lazybones purse go stands for Gold which you All want to get pm stands for patience which i bids you not fret a for Ai Ivice that you keep out of debt stands for you sir whom thus i advise so for such Cha if Vou but advertise. A Columbus Dis Mitch. In the Long ago. By m Goa Jokn. Some fifteen years old. Here was a Paradise of Domestic animals and Birds. The hubbub of the Early Forenoon in this prove would in Rev have set the greek poets sin Cring. The boy would already have Laid Down his life for Riley Rose. There was no other like him in the prosaic Avold which the Small boy knew. He did not ask Alliy outlier men should not have Homes that would make Happy both Man and beast. He simply thanked god ii a Quick heart that even one Good soul should redeem Earth from the Monotony of pulse and smart Weed. With the building of the now Frame House and the planting of the Corn looks for the picket Fence the gracious Oaks his Eye travels a mile for a Grove of saplings. But this he is told is the sacred spot a Cornfield like the meanest cultivated acre in the township. Not far from the Road Over a stake and rider worm Fence is a pit. Here is the cellar of the in tie carpathians. Sunday is a very entertaining Day at Sinai. All the peasants come from round about Avith carpets costumes and towels fruits of to Weir Industry during the Long Winter. They station themselves in the gardens opposite the most Central hotel and there expose j joyous old Home Here had Riley i their goods Over the balconies and 1 Rose gained his greatest triumphs on benches to tempt the visitors. On a the e string. There the Cornstalk Are Saint s Day peasants come from very Long distances with to Weir goods packed on mules and Lipold quite a fair. Rou picked soldiers like Frederick s Guai a they grew tall out of the Chip pile a soil three or four feet deep. Some purchasing Goth had seen no Beauty in the place. Troy was Carthage de Lei Ida esl the Small boy weeps a tear and the Spring wheat the Early sum 1 for the Orchard the strawberries the Manian carpets Are of a ure than most Oriental bigger than Large rugs mar Aveh Iway. And yet the gossip ran of the a cod times at kilo Rose s. The Quot sociable Quot had met every week Tho crowd had been too Bif for the Louse and Liloy Lead built a dancing floor Timber the Trees. The people Votile go nowhere else. The Good Young Farmer and his wife Shook their Heads. It Avold All come to the Baj. The Farmer went contentedly to his the Small boy was to leave school and go up on the i Arm East of town. This calamity came upon him because he was poorer than most boys he had neither father nor Mother and the self abnegation of his remaining relatives had endured Well in that it had already lasted two years Lima Jira iric had been the limits of his known world. It on the Summit of a great Wagon Load of things needed to complot in the furnishing of the farm House the boy and the Man 7 forced the neck o Woods that Gimme 1 Lima Prairie and emerged into pretty Prairie with its Little Church spire far Oil at one Side. Here was a world As Largo As the boy s Avn Avold and he lived in it something like an hour an hour that he never forgot but Why lie knows not. Then in the March Equinox As the Man and the boy toiled up a Hill into another neck o Woods Heling the tired horses the party Cam upon the setting Sun standing in the straight Western Road. And As the darkness closed in i rapidly the Maii Quot Ltd Asia itly chatting with the boy told Hijii to look around him fur he was now foil eng out on 3ni>lisli i Alvie. A third Avold in a Day. The Man Sang for ii was travelling toward his Piciw Mado wife. The boy grew i int with As the Sun Widich had risen with Liim that Baleful Day Sank and left Lim with 0 ily a Art of his Day completed. Then the weariness of the journey came to set the body on Lavatch where the is Irit had Boon the Only sen try and the Small boy grow happier. Across English Prairie rattled the lumber Wagon and at last so said the Man the Road turned straight toward Tonias the step children take slowly to the name of Quot Mother Quot for their father s second wife so this name of Quot Home Quot for a place the boy had never seen and never wanted to see came upon him unpleasantly. Perhaps All things which happen to an orphan Betake him unpleasantly. Hit now Avdi along in the late evening a Quot pair of bars Quot is reached. The Twain let the bars Down the farm itself is entered a Jialu mile Down a Lane a Candle twinkles and the Good wife it ers out into the darkness from the log House. Here the Man and the woman arc to Pluck riches and happiness from Ajo acres of land that has been Quot rented out Quot for ten years a previously. But in far away log houses there is More room for orphans than where people Are cheaper. The wife was glad Tho boy had come and the bus j the who Lial never been a Kiml band w As not Soi re. So the Bov ate Tolizin and to visit them in Lii lev Liose s swings the squirrels the cackling chirping squealing bleating mooing Host lie hears in his mind once More the Midsummer Breeze among the upper branches and departs. And then by methinks him of the meager Arm Lioi Isa a mile away where the two Young people began life so Long before. He strolls Down tie unhappy Lane of his youth where he had carried Spring water when a singing Quot John Anderson my j he had a boil on his knee Cap he walks a Dales to to Quot in tie minor key which he loved so Well. Shade. The costumes beautifully worked in different colors and ornamented with Gold and Silver spangles. They find a great Sale at Binagia As the National costume is pop Whir among the romanian ladies. They think Little of paying Many Hundred francs for one costume. The chief Beauty of this dress is its extreme Simi it licit but the elect is very picturesque As it suits the dark eyes and colouring of the romanians. Thev Sav it Ali Sical deformation. What is the natural Quot form Quot or female Waist ? physic Iamb know that the Chest of the female is larger relatively at birth than that of the male for which fact there is a Good reason based of sex. The form of the Chest is that of a truncated Cone with the larger capacity at the base. This natural formation. Somewhere Between the Ages of twelve and Twenty years in fashionable life is changed and the smaller part of the truncation being downward. There is a Manifest difference in the forms of the twin brother and sister which is unnatural the sister s Chest arc often most i being deformed. I Well know that the act of Quot lacing Quot is denied and i know As Well that there is no effect without a cause. The a ii Rop Riate Means Are Early used when the Bones Are not real Bones but cartilaginous easily yielding to slight pressure even that of % tight apron string or the tightness of an finder garment. It is a gradual work at first very Sli Glit the corsets Iii skiing the deformity. The fashionable those who have Given More rougher text Kavork hardly and of every great Riley a Mandod to pile i a if keep free of sunflowers and had j White Linen and Over this an apron or j capillaries. The oxygen of the air is re he this avas the Demi died of overwork and of liver disease i Catrino of course Strong stuff dark Blu now came Avate Melon time. There avas n it a Cdv Quot n on tie to ing Farmer s Barren acres lint in i Iley Rose s new Quot Forta Quot notice had Boon Edvon that melons afro free to All a Moons that Avert past the lugging of a Small boy. So the flt Armor and the Quot boy made a trip and Brou Glit Home half a a agon Box Ful. That the in. The god a Large Broa a fac gtd scotch looking Farmer every Inch an Optimist. How Happy he must be tie Small boy did not dark to address him for fear of telling of the secret love that had grown u it and when the Melon bearers returned Limo there was a , for Uliey had lived on Salt pork and bad Spring Avater until Thoy wore nil fam Ishing for some of the juice o the Earth. Let it the Farmer ate of the great Nisk Niolon things the boy had no tooth for. The Farmer did not it Are for Avater Moons. Hot i ate melons As he Sang Quot John Andrei son Quot in the minor key. And now came the rout of autumn. The boy could almost hear the sounds of revelry at Riley Rose s. How blessed it avas that though the Days should be Long and hateful on tin s Avor ked Cut farm still up there not a mile away avas a place adhere men and a Omen laughed and made merry hew ruefully the Farmers All about declared that Riley Rose could get More done at one husking Bee than any other Man could in ten it avas destined in the Providence of god. That the boy should vanish from those scenes. He Avent Avith but a sin Gle Rii Gret that Fate had kept Liim away from one spot on Earth that had been a Orth living in. Nothing seemed stranger or More Joyful than the news a few years afterwards. That another and a beloved family of tie boy s relatives had bought Riley Rose s place and Avold also try farming. Timo had air ought some changes for the better in the fortunes of the Small boy. H had a guitar and lie avas Well liked. Therefore to a Isit Bis Alietti opiate aunt and her Daught i Quot. The roman Days. Of thought to dress than sensible inform around the Ond adhere the Mare to j course ladies Avear very of Adorato Tion know but Little of the unfavourable Rode from blowing at noon always la editions beautifully Avor cd so do the i effects of such deformity such com do Avn in the alarm. Muddy Avater to Richer peasants on gala occasions. Tie ression of the Chest and lungs. Such make the men laugh at his expense j Ordinary National dress of a romanian j do not Aii Crociate the real us amp of the peasant a Oman consists of a coarse lungs or their wonderful Structure by Avite Linen shirt embroidered on the breast neck shoulders and Avriste in Blue Black or red Wool. A Petticoat read icing to the Ankles also embroidered round the Bottom is of thy same he is now under the same tall Locust tree that had stood there in Tjio Lane in front of the Cabin Tav Euty Vears Lief re. Over the Fence All is a Hoat stubble. The voting Farmer had moved to Kansas had broken More ground than he estimate there ave six Hundred Mil ions of air cells to which the air is sent in breathing there to purify the blood these cells being covered by arteries veins and their connecting probably contracted in the Cabin that had once stood Here. But that this place should Haa e been Ica eled avas no crime. The Snall boy Aronld never have visited the locality but for the outrage at Riley Rose s. A Riley Rose he at least still lives. A Liaf Day s journey takes the Small boy to a certain town and inquiry in the to Avn shows that old Man Koso keeps a Saloon at it me end of Tho Stre it it. Behold then a Saloon Koel or Oast Middle age beaten pros ecu it Ltd hated politically with tie Iii of a who cares Little for humanity with a look alcoholic and intensely suspicious some Avith a natural free. His Slipper Avila a glee resurrected out of his despair on English Yaj Ramirio and was put to bed up the ladder on the rattling boards under the shakes of the roof. Ashore the last snows of the fitful Spring sifted in on his Coverlet and made him Happy to think he was alarm. Down stairs were two ers Oua he knew and up in the sky avas a familiar group of stars. He avas not Avit Hout friends. There never avas one Day hour or moment that this boy liked the tilling of Tho Fields. He thought too Nuich. Tiie patience of nature maddened him. Paradise became a Pri Viletie that could hardly Haa e been dreamed of. And in the Days of a delightful Midsummer awhile the men a Ere of on the Creek laying the women would Cook a dinner of Spring Chicken in fresh butter Tho Talle would he Sifread under the Trees the by Gay who gloried in housework Avold take a delighted hand at the various industries of that Little Homi Anil though the a ode roundabout might Sav that the Light had de parti d from Riley roses yet Arhat cared the boy tiie fact avas he the buttliere avas a House to be built u at 1 Small boy Inid become sole heir of this the place adhere the bars wore and there a dry Kiln had been erected. In this Sham House the boy spent Many Happy Days keeping the a re hot to dry the Green lumber and Reading a vast number of papers which the Farmer himself a Bright Man had thoughtfully brought from the town. Hear the boy Learned there avas a Chicago Tribune a thing Avrich a Avo Shiper of Horace Greeley must needs regard As envious and heretical like a second new York City. And Here at the Edge of the farm touching the living neighbourhood lie Yepran to grasp the pulse of the Region. Had he been to Liose s ? of there avas the Man a the greatest Farmer the smartest Man at a Boe tie handiest Man with a fiddle really the Small Bov began to live. He made ii juries at the log Honse. No Hoy did not and there was too much mire Riley Rose. Fiddling at Riley roses it was All fiddling and no farming. The Young Farmer had brought up to the new Home a staunch article of orthodox principle. The boy however loved Riley r 89 before Ever seeing him. A Here avas Riley Liose s Clearing. Forty acres of Timber All felled. Stumps As thick As drag Teeth. Piles of Wood fifty feet Long and Twenty feet High. At night a display out Ria Aling the Northern . Surely if this fall upon his soul. Titan fiddled a Small boy might be a thither. He Avill Miliar enough to acre him afar. And then a Happy morning when in a neighbourly Way the Farmer and the boy went to borrow a Lowpoint or a Short whip he tree of Riley Rose. There was a log House but in Arhat contrast to the one in a Vicli Tho Small boy lived the Timber All Hen two pumps at the door the front Yard Green with grass and yet Shady Avith big Oaks Grael Valks a picket Fence be tavern Louse and barn Yard and a great swing. But tie a Ery Charm of the place Lay in the barn Yard a ten acre Grove of healthy Oak of the Small boy who had just entered. It is of no use. The Low the Harrow Tho Roth and the Vandal Haa e idiot gone of or the old Home More relentlessly than Thoy have a slowed and fur Rowe i this face. Still the Small boy must speak. He passes a few commonplaces. He gains a better footing wit i the pro Krietor. At last forgetting Riley Rose ii alarms to Iii subject and desc Rixis Tho Homestead Avrich at least in one poor memory has been Kewit Kem t and inviting. A picture so eloquent evidently interests and flatters the Saloon keeper. Quot lemme see Quot says he Quot that avas in Ohley avast t it Quot Quot no it avas. In Quot of yes i remember now i did Clear a place in in Jeanne. Yes i be cleared More ground than i d Ever open agin. Place in Anjean Nve in in Jeanne. C i yes i remember Noa. That avas the meanest Ipi Arter Section that i Ever grabbed on. Yes i got the Agur there at last and had to git out. I did t Keer much for the Jjo Ople if i Reeck Lect right. Jest a Middlin lot but 1 Don t seem to tix pm very Well. Down in Ohley now the neighbors hated to have me Leaa c. No i Hain t played Tho fiddle in fifteen year. Bless Poitr soul that was Afore the Days of these hissed prohibition fanatics that break up a Man s business and run him into jail Quot away dear Reader but that avas also before Riley Rose. Vhf loved his neighbor As himself had become a keeper of a Village dram Sho in a Temperance Iii arable yarns Abe it ships. Capt. Erskine started the Cona Ersa Tion. Quot did you Ever see the old ship senator Quot he said. Quot she made a mint of Money for her owners and for the Captain. Well after she had rounded the Cape a few times she went on tie coast. I saw her then on the Avay from san Pedro North. A nor Avester avas bloating and that ship acted just like a Snake in the water. I have heard from the Man at the a Heel that he could never Tell just hoax to steer her aright and one Avold have to go on Faith in Avo King her Quot that is nothing Quot put in capt. Whitelaw. Quot a fear years ago a ship pm Ity avas lying at Tho sea Wall of the North Side. There was a ladder almost straight up and Down extending from her skin to the main deck. During a heavy blow i Saver her skin and deck swung so much that the ladder was lengthened and shortened a Quot they build barges up in the River which Avill Bend ten feet in any direction Quot avas capt. Freeman s tale. T p to this time Cajita Watson had been silent. He then told yarn after yarn ending up Avith. A simply stupendous one. Quot once Quot he said Quot i avas on Board a ship one of those cheap Fellows going around Cape Horn. It avas blowing briskly Aud ave Avert sailing under close reefed to sails. The ship seemed to become unmanageable and i avas sent aloft. I went out on the fore Royal Yard and then i took a a look at that ship. As i looked do Avn i Saav Avha twas the matter. I saw that the Bow avas on tie starboard track the amidships was on the port track and the Stern on the starboard track. No and the Oaks. Why. He knows not but i a an could have steered her. We All a Railroad journey carries him to their j ent below put in some stiff it mag and farm not far from the by places of his a name out All fran you h. The Tell him the old place is i co pout. Rone but to can hardly believe them i a a walk of half an hour Brinas him to a Fri ecu plan Baa appeared for Mak the Knoll a hero the Orchard once intr a Bridge across the British Chan bloomed. In a dazed soit of wa3 he Nel 120 feet Hirlu or Black generally bordered Avith Ai de or yellow Stripe the Avoie is confined round the avast by a Broad band of different colors. In a inter they Wear an j overcoat or sleeveless skin a Misti oat i beautifully Avor ked in wools. Dirring the alarm a Eathor they generally go j Barefoot an unmarried Rirl either i leaves her head uncovered or ties of a i handkerchief awhile married a Omen i Wear Long veils. It is a Aery Sini be dress Avrich seems to suit their i it Rimi i Tive sort of life for ten peasant woman l a\-eave3 All tie Linen and clot ii used by Man tie family. In the carpathians the women Are As a Rule Lino Aud hand Noble bearing and gait. They seem a Ery Strong and Don it it mind hard Kavork. I have soon them Divide Avith men the labor of making roads and building houses. Tho men s dress consists of a coarse Ahito Linen shirt like a tunic Avorn outside the Jiant loons and fastened round Tho avast Willii a Strong Broad loathe in Belt. The rather full Anta loons Are confined from the knee by the throngs of the sandals or As the romanians Call them opine in solos made of Goat skin Cut the size of the foot and bound on by crossed bands. Tho mountaineers Avear picturesque Large hats or sheep skin Calis in in ions. The addition in a inter is the sleep Eless embroidered Waistcoat or an enormous sheep skin jacket doubtless very alarm but Avrich has often seen too Many generations to recommend it to fastidious tastes. A col ionic Al orld. Attracted the Ouirl the avails of these cells uniting with Tho carbonaceous avast of the system in the blood by actual combustion producing the heat of Trio body. The ashes so to speak and the carbonic acid Gas Are also attracted through the same returning to the cells thrown Oil Quot in the expired breath thus doing More for the Reno vet Ion of the system Tho it Urit cation of the blood than All of the Sarsa it a Rilla Aud Quot blood Puri liars Quot in Tho j Market. While Liere is no useless j space in the human body Quot fearfully i and Wamder fully made what a sin to j deform it in this Avay just to Tho extent that the lungs Are compressed bringing the Walls of these minute cells together often adhering will they become useless to the same extent reducing their number Avith a corresponding failure to purify the blood effectively. Tho greater part of Tho pressure is Otu the lower portion of the lungs crowding upon Tho stomach and liver materially impairing digestion to that extent Prea enting the formation of fresh new and Good blood. This compression interferes with the rotating movement of the stomach by which Tho food is prevented to crippling Tho stomach that it is unable to perform its functions in Tho Best manner Prei Aring the Way for Dys Pei Sia. These Are a few of Tho of ils of deforming the Chest of order of Dame fashion. A dress. Princi it laity of nature. No avoider th4 disinherited should complain. To swing to play the guitar to pick fruit to go Vinte greening to shoot Tho Black sep Jirrels and Sii oot at the red san sirels to bring in a avid Turkey or a Goose to drive Homie the Oaks and hear the tinkling a of their Bells along with the it All of some Sweet a voiced Bird born in those surroundings such avas the round of pleasures that a succession of visits in All times of the year brought to the Small Boa. Aud be it said to his credit that lie never lifted his head from the downy pillows of that Lioa Pitalo House to catch the thread of the Dawn s discuss if n outside the it Bobble gobble and the Chan Tif Leer a without thoughts of gratitude to the Man who had coined this Lovely spot out of the primeval avid Ernesst Avo had fenced it away from the mean ugly Avo Kaday world. Twenty years afterwards the Small boy Linds his health undermined by the hard summer s Kavork and Vigil growing out of the assassination sufferings and death of president Garfield. In his Deere to rest the Small boy s thoughts turn Bac Kavard to the Grove of singing Birds and scolding turkeys and chirping squirrels. The Ever present Dew of that far away heaven of a sterile childhood seems to yes he Avill travel a Alk once More in those scenes. He will do again for a Day As he did once for Happy weeks. And then he Avill go in search of Riley Hose. The Small boy is old enough Noav to speak his gratitude. Years ago the Small boy has heard that Iii i it eople had left the saplings about twins or. Galton has shown that Many twins do actually behave under similar circumstances in almost identical manners that their characters often come As close to one another As it is possible for the Chai actors of two human beings to come and Liat even adhere the on Dillons of later life haae been extremely different the original liken is of Type precocity or 3ien of Scie Iree. The Fop alar n nce Mont Lihz gives numerous instances of great disco errs having obtained juvenile distinction Galileo showed remark Auto jilt tudo from earliest child Hoot. His favorite pastime avas the construction of toy machines. A passion for music did not seduce him from his supreme Devotion to mathematics and by Nineteen he avas making important discoveries. Tycho Brahe illustrates the same Early Bent in a slightly Dit Erent Way. His Devotion to astronomy had to contend not often persists to the Verv end in spite of superficial variations in style or habit Vith his own but Avith others incline some of his stories carefully Quot of living verified Are very funny. I will supplement then by two of my own. In one Case a co utile of twins men / had a quarrel Over a perfectly unimportant matter. Uliey came to very Gigli avoids. And parted from one another in bad blood. On returning to their rooms they lived apart each of them sugared from a tit of remorse and sat Down to a rite a letter of contrition to Tho other to be Liel Vered by Tho morning Post. After Avri Ting it one brother reads his letter it ver and recalling the cause of Tho quarrel added at a Long Post script justifying himself and reopening the a Hole question at Issue. The other brother posting his note at once but thinking the matter Over quietly afterwards regretted his action again and supplemented it by a second Palin Odia almost uns aying what he said in the first one. I Saav All three letters myself the next morning and was Sim Liy amazed at their absolute sameness of feeling Ami expression. The Osiier Story relates to a fact a Vicli ha2j i Ned not to twins but to two Success a o Brothers extremely like one another in build and feature and evidently modelled in mind and character on the self same Mold. It is Only a Small incident but As i can vouch for the correctness of the minutest details tons. Sent to read Law at sixteen he managed. After the Day s studies to pursue his astronomical observations passing nights in his favorite occupation. Neaton like Calileo occupied his play hours at school Avith constructing Model machines a water clock Avin Mill Etc. By the age of Twenty three or Twenty four ii had conceived roughly his chief epoch making discoveries. Another English investigator Thomas Yonng was a striking example of a a velocity. He re Davith fluency at two. He showed extraordinary avidity of mind in very different directions now Busy the Dill cuties of Oriental languages Noav a set on constructing a Microscope for himself. His mind unburdened Avith its a eight of learning was humbly tracking out new truths in optics by the age of Twenty nine. Among naturalists too examples of Well marked if less astonishing precocity Are to be met wit i. Lin Nanis As a boy showed so decided a Bent to botany that through Tho Ada Mcacy of a physician Avo had remarked the Early trait he avas saved from the Shoemaker s shop for Avrich his father had destined him and so Curell for science. At the age of Twenty three he avas lecturing on botany Aud superintending a botanical Garden and at Quot Twenty eight to began to publish his it has a certain psychological interest new ideas of classification. Cuvier of its own. They duet a lady dressed history is similar. A poor lad he Dis in Blue Akhom Thev had never seen before played an irresistible impulse to Scien at a military dance. Each of them i Tiftic observation and by Twenty no asked at once to be introduced to her at first sight each asked the same Iii cer for an introduction though each had several friends in common present each described her in the same Avay not As Quot the lady in Blue Quot the most obvious Point of appearance about Herbut As Quot the lady Avith the Beautiful ears Quot each fell desperately in love Avith her off hand and each asked her for a i particular Flower out of a Little bouquet containing four or five More conspicuous blossoms. Finally each came up at the end of the evening to confide in the same married lady of their acquaintance their desire to see More of the Beautiful Magazine. A Maix piece of tapestry of the time of Louis Xiv entitled la Lacon d equitation was sold by auction in Paris last a Eek for $2,200, published a Kavork in Avrich the Central ideas of his system Are set Forth. Humboldt again shaved his special Scien Tiff a Bent As a child. From his love of collecting and Labelling plants shells and insects he was known As Quot the Little apothecary Quot and at Twenty he published a Kavork giving the results of a scientific journey up the Rhine. Old Iron. A. Large amount of old Iron is imported annually into China. The Princis Al kinds of old Iron Are. Horse shows hoops boilers sheets piece Iron Iron Avire and rope wire. All these a rarities find a Market in China As far Asih Eirsie thickness Etc., Avill allow the natives to work them. Transactions in old Iron Avill doubtless always increase but we must add that the requirements of the chinese will keep Pace with the Progress of import
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