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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaMarble Rock weekly. H. B. Lies sox publishers. Iowa. Marble Rock Down East trader s Art i be began with a gift Coon and ended with come across the Square with me i want to introduce you to one of townsmen i Driver 3 new a Oiler who was visiting Maine. On thed her s Perch of u three seated buckboard drawn up at the opposite Corner was a tall wiry. Man who might have passed for co a ears old but v to the Dover Man said was 70. The two went across the Square and the Man on the Box was presented to the new yorker As or. Elihu Sanford. The new York Man noted in him the keen cold Eye the calculating expression the sardonic Grin that in a Down East villager Indi Cates the practice horse trader. Or. Sanford was waiting for passengers to take to the Camp meeting grounds at . Until they gathered he had Leisure to tall. Or. Sanford is known in this Community in which he has passed his Days As a citizen of Good financial standing and a Man of his said the Dover Man to his new York Friend. If he agrees to carry you Here hell deliver you on time if it s in the Power of horse flesh to take you there. But unless you believe in the doctrine it 13 to gov c Iii ill 1 a i should advise Jou not to enter into any negotiations with him involving a Mutual Transfer of Sanford grinned at the compliment. Of 1 can t Trade any More i m Gittin too he said. Then smiling shrewdly All to himself he pointed to the off horse i his team. Dye see that horse he s 1.100 Pound sound As a Dollar and Worth any Day i be a mind to sell him. What d be suppose he Cost Igot him for a Coon and 512.50. And the Coon was a present to that was not a bad the new yorker said becoming interested. How did you bring it Well the berber at the Corner had the Coon twas caught in the Woods below the Village and be kept it at his shop As a curiosity like lie got tired of the trouble after awhile and said he d give the Critter away to anyone who d take it. If nobody wanted it he d turn it Loose or kill it. I la take says i and i lugged the Critter Home. In a week i d traded it for a watch a Silver watch of no great account but it looked Well. And. If you Ivond it often enough it ticked along just As if it was a Keepin some sort of time. Next comes along a j Oung fellow from Bowerbank. He has this horse and he thinks he knows How to Trade. Well to make a Long Story Short i talked this watch up to him and i Buu Neu Nikii eau p its aurut Iii horse till he was half scared to own the Crit Ter Fearin would do some or Flie on his hands. He jumped at the Chance when i offered to give him the watch and 512.50 for the and he hurried away after he got emas if he was feared i d Call after him to take Back the Trade. To. I Cau pc Trade any i m Gittin too old for the smart Young chaps they have nowadays. But now and then. I keep pm from cheat in me too bad in a Dicker and i manage to and Sanford winked and grinned again All to himself. Or. The Dover Man. How was it about those people that you drove so fast to Sebec Lake when you used to run your stage there from Dover that City crowd that thought you could t handle the reins like their Boston of. That was a Long time ago. When drove to Stedman s Landin sevc c. Mile. Twas a mean stretch of Road after you past the four Corners. Two Miles Uphill and two Miles Down with just dirt enough Between rocks to make mud holes after a rain. That Day you speak of i had five passengers to the Lake two men and three Uotinen. They were All from Boston and they d Jred the whole coach for their own use. Everything passed off All right till we got by the 1 our Corners and then everything began to go wrong with the in the coach. When Are got to climbing the Hills the Passen Gers began to grumble about my Goin so slow. They were sure we could t get to the Landin in time to catch the boat and first one and then another of pm would stick his head out of the w Nouv All to ainu 10 ii Rev up. There was one woman in the party that was worse than All the rest. She had on one of those High bonnets that were in those Days with a lot of Flowers fixin s on it and every fire minutes that Bonnet would be Stoakin out of the window and i d hear like this Driver we re Goin too slow. I never like it. If we had one of our Boston Drivers Here we d go faster1. Xiv i knew that we were Goin As fast As anybody could drive Uphill Over that Road and i knew that the boat wait at the Landin till i got there but twas wasting my breath to talk to them folks. That woman with the Bonnet kept up her talk about our slow Down East ways and her Boston Drivers. T says nothing. But minded my horses. She stuck her head out of the window Handshe Samsag in really must go i says to myself you poor fool you Don t know nothing and never will. You re not Worth noticing says nothing to her or the others but kept the horse e to a right gait we Safe to catch the wat. Once that Bonnet with the Flowers and Feath out of the window. Screamed. If Don t go faster i shall get out and there was one Man in the part that acted As if he had some sense. I Beard him Tell the others that he guessed i knew my business and would get them to the boat All right. Butow afe no use. The woman would t listen or be Satis fied. We got to the top of the Ridge at last and before us Lay a two mile downhill All the Way to the Landin. And As Steep and rough As what we do been a climbing. Tin re were rocks and mud holes and cobble stones and some of the Road was Corduroy logs Laid Side by Side through the swampy spots had t been repaired for Jears and the Frost had Hove the lugs All ways. Generally 1 used the Brake a Good Deal Goin Down to the Lake but this time i did t touch it Owin to the folks in the coach wantin to go fast. I la show you a gait for the rest of the Way that la make you w for one of your Boston i says to myself and gave the horses the whip and i did t let pm out of a run j till we got to the Landin. Coach in the air about half the time and the other half it was hit tin something Rock or a stump or the Bottom of a mud Hole to give it a fresh Hist upward and we were near upset tin a dozen times. The folks inside got enough of that pretty Quick and they called out for me to go slower but i said i Dap to the horses and pit pm ahead like i had t heard nothing. The women were screaming and every now and a in somebody s head Wotila bump the top of the coach like it was coining through and All hands a crying out for me to Stop. But i let on i did t understand they said and i called Back to hurry. Well git there in time for tvs the horses to a harder Pace. I did t draw rein till we struck the Edge of the Pond and i pulled t3ie horses up in three feet of water. I backed up to the the guest chamber. Personal and literary. Gave the houses the Vii ii. Shore and tie men crawled out of tie coach and then they helped the women out. They were a sight to behold. The were cry Mand the store clothes on All of pm were mussed up so they did t look much better than us Down a asters. That woman s Bonnet was gnashed Flat in the head and the Trimmin s on you could t or Flowers or. Ribbons for they were All mussed together. The crowd were pretty mad and pretty seared All but the Man i be spoken of he was a laugh in and he said to the others it Don t do to Wake up these Down East Drivers they All went tip to the Lake on the boat and i was there at the Landin Wail in to pick up passengers when it came Back at night. I did t look to be any More custom Cut of the eos 1 on people. A May item but they were aboard and the Man hailed me from the boat before it touched the wharf. We want to go Back v. Ith he called. I had nothing to say a in that of course and i took Emback to when they d All got seated in the coach the Man stuck his head out of the window and he says to me Driver go just As fast As you please t drove Kerful Goin Back. I speeder 1he horses where the Road was Good and i got pm to Dover on time and a Little better. The ladies said Good by to me pleasantly and the Man he Shook hands with me. And he says when we go to Sebec Lake agia we want to ride with you. You la do for us if you Ain t a Boston y. Sun. Fur Tbs Comfort Giitl or Leuce of a fat voted sultor. The spare room Reser cd for the reception of a favored guest should As pretty and attractive As it can be made. It must if possible be Bright and Minny there must be a Bookcase or shelf supplied a variety of read Able literature in the Way of books and the latest Iii Gaines there should be a desk or Taule supplied with writing to ides the essential furniture should never be forgotten. The Walls of the spare room and in fact All bedrooms should be Light and Bright Flora designs Are usually most attractive. There should to Wistow curtains double faced Creon makes excellent drop curtains and Plain or Dotten serves nicely for the win Dow itself. On the floor rugs or car pet or matting is appropriate but whatever it is must be clean and fresh i looking. All the furniture in the room except the bed or Beds should match. In this room two single Beds twin As they Are called Are to be preferred. The Beds May be of brass or in ameled Iron anything in fact so Long As they Are Root of the folding variety and the Springs and mattresses Are Good. A folding bed should never find place in. Any bul room whose occupant values her health a of Lilius bed cannot be properly Nirel and without proper ventilation a Good night s rest cannot be obtained. Never make up the bed in the guest room and keep it so made from the departure of Cue guest 1o the arrival of another a guest departs the condition until the very Day of the new guest s arrival when the room should be aired and sunned and the bed As Well. If this is done your guest will enjoy her rest very Likely sleep through the night. There arc few things More Uncort Citable than a cold unventilated i and Stuffy bed yet this is he sort of bed often found in the guest chamber of More than half the houses one visits and it is Likely the reason Why most folks prefer to re main at Home. While it is not essential that toilet articles should be pm acct in the spare room for it is More than Likely that each person comes supplied with All the essentials it is Well to have a comb and Brush a Button Hook a whisk Broom ind a few such things in Case of an unprepared visitor i desc might Al i be placed in the drawer of the Bureau or dressing table. If the weather is very cold and there is no running water convenient a Pitcher of hot. Water should be brought to the guest chamber the last thing at night Ami the first thing in the morn ing. Half an hour before it is time to retire some one should go to the room turn Down the covers of the bed and leave a Small Pitcher of ice water and a Glass on a table the Gas or lamp May then be lowered. If these trifles Small in itself fort and Well being of our guest in the to your depart ing Friend s will carry away with them a i Kuti fill i i american Queen. He gov. Rollins of new Hampshire it something of a Mountain climber and there is no Dill cult Peak a his state which he has not ascended. There is a negro in the City of Al Bany x. Y., who claims to be eligible to the society of the sons of the Kevo Lution. He is from. Charles m. Van Buren and is a descendant of Crispus he bikes Western Canada. Duhamel Jan 24, 1900. Dear sir and Friend we had a Lucky trip made Good connections and got to Weta Skivin Mon Day afternoon stayed there All night bought a Pony and Saddle for the boy j the successful sometimes gives his mothers Slipper the credit of having first nude him Democrat and hired a three seated Rig for the balance of us and got Home to dinner next Day caught the boys cleaning up and getting ready to come after us. Wednesday the Snow was All gone and and Bright Sunshine the most interesting of for and it has been pleasant is a Well known Stu t1 is Frozen about two feet and about six Attucks. Miss Alice c. Fletcher whose in Dian songs and Story of North Amer Ica is one of the the new books Dent of Indian character and customs i Liv 01. U1u ship at the Peabody museum Cam Bridge. Thomas Wentworth Hig Crinson after some close study of the subject j e w reports that he finds Law and journal i ism the most Attra to Young men 1.1 in to Hajj. And six head of the boys Send their Best re Speets to or. Huthison. And say Thev senator Hoar in beginning a j Liviu talk to him enough to pay for no t speech has a Little series of motions j writing when lie gets up Here. Will which he unconsciously never fails to write you again next and Tell go through. First his hand goes to you the Winter. I All unite his Throat and tie then he pulls Down in sending you and Fain ill our Best his then he lingers his j wishes and respects and Hope this will watch Chain shakes hi0 cuffs Loose find Vou All Well clears his Throat and begins. J yours very respectfully. During the trial in new York of i signed Thomas Tate Queen Lavinia ii. Cumpsey she was i Duhamel. Alberta. Canada. Ing. We had one cold spell in Decem Ber. The thermometer Down to 32 below Yero but we did not suffer with the cold at All. We have worked All Well and fueling Well. Have built a to House attractive professions 1ss1s to Liq Are just leaving College j now Busy on a we have ten cow the latter calling being the More pop three of Hel. Ular because a Man can. Earn a living i a horses at once in it. I have it ready minor accidents Are so frequent and such hurts so troublesome to Housel old should be Wito out a bottle of so Jacobs Oil asked How old she was to which she s been Down to Zero this made the ingenious reply that she j month it is 22 above now. Was too Small when Voung to remember her of course when she got a older it was merely a mutter hear j leaving for use As the knows it is perfect cure Tat. Pains and aches As of Etc ave old have it. Years ago an Arkansas youth on the of his save Etheart late at j Sav and she was testify ing to facts. J a severe kick As he stepped j out or the door. His icel Numi Lian not cd to Mil to in int 01 mar j but had assured him that she would 1 South Wales has of a novel Ridge. Experience while on a visit to the j collieries of new Eustic he was enter took the kick for an answer Ami detained at a banquet in a Coal mine parted for a and wild country. Here he so feet below Tae surface of the Earth. In a chamber 90 feet Long. 13 feet wide and 0 feet High to guests sat Down to dinner. The novel Din brooded Over i word and his broken heart until i heard Down to Liis and hi1 nose became roman. As Fate would have it Fate a vans it he up late one and. Sad Everine when had been for Evergreen and carpels had trans formed it into an elegant apartment. Brave fight of sick troops. Re i uuu11 la Lull Letl. Liliu j1u.c1 1.1111 i x. T i i i the were Miar relic on me ing room showed no signs of what it j Roost and the lowing ---1 electric lights flags i mournfully for her offspring. A carpels had trails a oils six feet met the Lone in visitor. It was of even born from time to . Unto his old love. It allowed. It tvs not the girl nuked him of yens before. O n no it was her angry re writ out to the horse int. Cut off in Beard with the sheep i Nad kicked himself Down the i a Silveston Rev do inc is cannot be car ii by local applications As they cannot reach j the i i Fie portion of the ear. There is j Only one was to cure deafness and that is t. I .1. _ hut 1 filipino rebels Jio Atli Focil a ambulance train. So tie jury in the of sobriety of the . One surely knows l Marp Crita Arlina Ilam. Traveler and author when in China upon the wife or rather the wives of a great mandarin lit visit partook of the nature of a festival so novel was the experience to the chinese women whose lives Are passed almost entirely within jul her clothing were partly astonished at it. They were shocked by her shoes and especially by the fact that her feet were not confined by bind Ings. Finally one of them said through the interpreter Yon can walk and run just As Well As a Why. Certainly you can Rii a a Pony As Well As a course then you must be As Strong As most yes. I think i am you would t let a Man beat you not even your husband would the chinese woman Pai ised. Laughed and then said now i understand Why foreigner take More than one wife. They Are afraid e. Magazine. While i was shooting in the Adirondacks Hist said a lawyer Well known but not famous in this City. I defended a Peculiar Case. An old follow who had been acting As my guide was accused of stealing a Jug of whisky. To was a hard Drinker when to had the stuff to drink and his reputation for honesty was not of the Best. However he assured me that in this instance he was not guilty and because he was valuable to me As a guide i agreed to defend him. When the reached the court was held in the old schoolhouse i tried All my Wiles to get him off. I saw quickly that my task was Hope less for vhf court and every member of the jury appeared to have a firm conviction of his guilt. The old guide himself saw this and squirmed about in his seat uneasily. When the Case had been Given to the jury with a charge which if not Learned was convincing my guide Rose and insisted on addressing the jury. Be All know he said. Now was i want to you is this do Yoti think i would be sober now if i had to Tolen that new and seemed to have a great effect upon the jury for they acquitted him without leaving the Box. When it was All Over and the old fellow receiving the congratulations of his friends some one said Sam How on Earth did you do " Well the old Man a sly Tivin de in his Eye. When i took that whisky Home the old woman saw that the first thing i would do would to to go and get full of incriminating evidence. So she took the Jug and locked it away in the cellar till the Clouds should Roll by. it s Lucky the trial off just As it did for i could t hold out another Day to save my press. Edward Sexton a member of Hospital corps Alt ached to Gen Schwan s brigade in sends the following account of an attack on an ambulance train and of the warm reception they got. The letter is dated Santa Cruz Laguna province february t. It says two ambulances travelling on the military Road from a Saijai to this place 2i sick and a few wounded suddenly ran into an ambush about Miles out of the above town and four Miles from Santa Cruz. Without atry warning from both sides of the Road there issued the crackling Roar yells of the wretches who in Usu War on the sick and wounded and who hoped by attacking ambulance trains to have an easy Victory. A pfc on this occasion they were sadly mistaken for the sick and wounded angered in to momentary forget a hubs of their condition tumbled headlong of the wagons Anil ramming the Cham j by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Iii named condition of the mucous in Iii of the Kuniai Hian tube. When this tube gets unfilled Vou have a rumbling sound or imperfect heaving and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and j unless the can be taken out i and this tube to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases of of ten Are by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition the mucous surfaces. We ill give unc Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cried try Hall s Catarrh Cuie. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney co., Toledo 0. Pold by druggists 7oc. Kail s Fanti v a talc or the Beer. Pome men never realize How mean they have been until they run for go Dpi i ghost at the Glacier and other , Inch Din. Miking a Leevo Iutin . Tui iture of the k is. Once a War of the world of fashion and others. A delightful to ume illustrated. for diatribe about Ilia 1. Send 10 cents to t. W. I Lee. General pc Spenser agent Bers and of their rifles full 1-.ajhxwdj 20 place new York of cartridges proceeded to punish the City. Edition limit a. Insure cos such a a ill and vim j that the rebels Retreat ing before the i in year Liing the Young be careful rot to fierce fire of the 21 wounded the two Hospital corps men and the two drive i deceive them Thuv will a Atli Vou at ers of the ambulances. Lit ten dead and count by on the Freiti. Our Salties were two wounded one of Thorn in the left the other in the s1 1 left shoulder. Oas j the feet. , a pathetic incident of the the death of one of the ambulance mules a pet of All the Drivers and a handsome animal. Lie was shot squarely in the breast by a Sharpshooter in a hot. Callous. Aching. Sweating feet and in fails. Allen s foot ease makes new or tight shoes easy. Sold by All druse its Sample mailed Fakeji. Address Allen s. Olmsted Leroy x. Sound Hailem life. s Medicine. Moves the bowels each Day. In order to i me a mucin Caus univ. In la tree who aimed for the Der. Bin to healthy this is Neon Sarv. Acts on hit the i Nile. The Bullet made a clean round Hole in the animal s breast. On being hit Tho poor beast turned his head and looked at the Driver in pitiful manner As if asking Why is this .1 in a few minutes he fell Down on his Knees in a Pool of his own blood and nibbling at a tuft of grass. Gav3 a sort of Low moan and with a last puzzled glance at his Driver expired. Substituted a cavalry horse for the fallen annual the ambulances made the Best of their ua3" into Santa Cruz where wit sick and wounded were cared for at the Licud Hospital of Seh Wau s brigade. This incident pm the liver and kidneys. Ache. Price 25 and 50 cures sick head he who does not lore honesty is a thief at heart a. A. W. The source of Many a Lane River is but a Small daily news. Darah sum people hate a thief borrows books an Rebbah returns Thomas cat. Age May not be garrulous but there is to denying the fact that it Teuton both men find daily news. Is singular that i should be retained to defend the Mun who was arrested for forging your name to a chock. Defense do you mean to set up he went to the Bank and tried to get the Check cached life. Heat four egg a and a pint of a nil together after salting1 to taste pour it Over a thick slice of rather stale bread which covers the Bottom of a Well buttered pan. After it is Noll soaked pour of any of the liquid that remains and put a dash of Cayenne pc per Over the bread and a thick mixture made of Parmesan cheese and Cream teas once with Salt. This is to baked in Quick oven and served Louis Globe Democrat. Mrs. Tell shameful tones about your Friend Bobson. Whir. Say he is Artif drunk All the or. Fogg that s the Way the world loves 10 1 dues Iio Oson j. . He half All time the thing s nor the men of the Hospital corps who absurd. There Are Many hours id his Hie in audition to their pouches litters when he is asleep and there Are Many hours Wincn he is drunk through Aud Etc. Are compelled to carry carbines or trans not. Pistols of Largo Caliper As Well As am bands do not respect the tied Cross munition thus Oddmar to the already multifarious duties of this hard a worked suspicious Bank think we d better examine the Sec Tom in do you think he is pm Little known Branch of the am most sure of inter Ocean. It. Lie in growing about his personal appearance. Of Ivy Rich men can afford to do and coun try you think of the new woman or. Or. Date to the bold shrieking How much More lovable is the old woman like miss he tried desperately to explain but she would not in . A boy s code of etiquette does not conform with the manual most approved and adopted in so called polite society but it Servos his purpose All right. Two Chubby Little Fellows were strolling along thu sidewalk the other when they were joined by a third who was a to one of Bourne weekly times. The two chums so the other proceed i you Tel us what this spells wi5 it Yea to Thyra. Red Bright do you know Tom he questioned. Red. Tom Crown. Do returned Tom. Well Nvvf you know each so red and Tom proceeded to throw each other in the most approved manner and Roll Over and Over in the dust in the Friendly Liyoi scimitar. Does Jour Mother put the cold meat and vegetables and things Wiiilie brightening Philadelphia Stern an unearthly hour that Young fellow stops till night Doris what does Vou Mother say about says men Haven t altered a bit can t big what s it ii. Stated that the parisians eat pounds of snails daily and vet they Call the French a fast comic. 1abastine a the original and Only durable Wall countr entirely different from All Kal so nuties. Ready for use a White or fourteen Beautiful tints by adding cold water. Adies naturally prefer Ala Bastise for Walls and Ceil 1nes, it is pure clean durable. Put up Iii

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