Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa 4 Jan 1900
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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaDay off. Pm Sony for the lore y Chap has t Ary boys whose folks May Stop and a Nap without a fear of noise especially when with tireless vim the circus band plays free. And Willie says i m taking hint when he is talking me. I sympathize with him i do. With none to Tell him All about the jumping Kangaroo an j the Giraffe so tall. To help him spell the words on i hich curiously engage mis eyes As plodding through the throne he looks from Cage to Cage. Spread Cut upon his knee. To father some pictorial hint of clerics yet to be. No treble notes of laughter Check his. Sreer at clownish Little arms Glide round his neck when a.11 is dark and still. I m sorry for him. Tis the truth for he has lost them All Tii Ose Youthful Joys which Only youth has Power to recall. I laugh at time s reminders grim and trudge the sights to see. And Willie says i m taking him when he is taking me. Star. Copyright. 1698. By j. P. Lip Pincott co the words were Cut Short by the read of a horse s hoofs on dead leaves and in another moment Margaret her Cheeks flushed with exercise Rode into the Camp. Why she exclaimed turn ing Pale. The general stood looking at her coldly without speaking. Not she faltered. Evidently 1 got up Early and Rode to the House of some friends of Union fam probably with Taisu purpose As tint with which you visited the con federates on a recent for several purposes. First to arrange for a Refuge in Case of and to Tell the the color came and went but she proceeded to borrow some articles of clothing for the weather is colder than when i left Home and to beg a Little fresh meat for she held up a dressed Chicken. The general repressed an expression of impatient incredulity. Exclaimed Margaret driven to desperation by his manner t made a compact with you to guide your men Here. I Luciew you did not Trust me. But i did not suppose you v. Oui Luuru me i follow you the general retorted a slight color Ting ing his Cheek. T am a Soldier doing a Soldier s duty. The Success or defeat of an army de pends on my watchfulness and i will never sleep till my work is a com and i am worn out with your Perse cried Margaret despairingly. Either leave me to do the work i greed to do or take me Home and kill there was a shot in the Valley be Low and More in Quick succession. The general sprang for his horse which was nipping the grass near by and Mcullo Lew untied the hitching strap from a tree holding the rein while the general mounted. I called where do you join Ray escort to the Plantation As fast As my horse will carry can you get i most get he was about to Spur away when fell Dew called to him and said some thing to him which we could not he looked Back at Jmargaret and me with a Peculiar expression then hear ing More firing below Rode away. I said that tallow faced Mellodew will be our ruin lie Lias said something to Poison the general against turning towards the Valley we saw three different bodies of Confederate cavalry approaching the Point where we bad heard the firing. We watched and listened but beyond an occasional Ftp ref stint. Jit it l Pothin and Thi foliage was too thick for us to see what was going on. Llali an hour after casting my eyes to the opposite Hill i saw the general and a few of his escort on the Crest. Lie waved his hat to us then turning followed by his men disappeared. The real sentry. We set about making our preparations for the Day without a word concerning the general s visit. After breakfast Margaret and i went out of the Cive into the sunlight and stood looking flown the Valley. How Long before our watching will prove effective or asked mar Jaret. What we expect does not occur soon i fear it will not occur at and i must return to my i did not reply but looked gloomily out upon the Valley. Turning my eyes to the South Ray attention was attracted by what appeared to be a Small White Dot. What s i asked. A Wagon an army agon. 1 -. C seen to Many of them that i would know one and there s i exclaimed a second emerged from behind a Hill. A Wagon slowly Wagon after Wagon into Rcw till a whole train could to seen take a Wiite linked worm crawling up the Valley. I Doti t see what that s i muttered they have the Railroad for any transportation they May it looks As if they were going to use both wagons and said mar Garet. You have quite a head for guessing i remarked surprised at her foresight. This was the first evidence 1 had encountered of Margaret s think ing ability i was to have plenty of it soon during the Day we noticed stray squadrons of rebel cavalry northward. A Small drove of cattle made its appearance in the South jogged along Over the Road and passed out of sight. Another Wagon appeared toiled slowly past and disappeared. Then a larger body of cavalry went by perhaps 500 men. I expectantly for bigger game but was disappointed. Nothing More of importance appeared and i gave up my expectation of some momentous occur rence. When we began on watch for the night Margaret insisted on taking part. I said. 1 mean you suppose two Able bodied men would permit a weak woman to Divide a watch with and i stalked away without deign us another word. Plunk As before had the first watch. At 32 o clock i an walked to the Edge of the Declivity to begin my Vigil. The weather was splendid and i was Regulla Tutu an Ouier View lighted by the Moon. I made up my mind to Pace a beat like a Sentinel that i might be sure to keep i chose two Trees Between which to walk and continued to rest. Then i took ten minutes off. After that i walked again till three o clock when the Absurdity of walking an imaginary beat to watch for something that had Only a Remote possibility of occurring struck me with such Force that i sat Down on a Rock put my elbows on my Knees and rested my head in Niy hands. The last thing i remember Wae congratulating myself that if any remarkable event should take place i was in exactly the position to see it. The a second time i had been caught sleeping on Post. I looked up and saw Margaret standing beside me. It was Broad Day. T beg your Pardon i i stammered. five thousand cavalry were March ing northward through the Valley. Whoever has seen such a sight can never forget it. Five thousand men and 5.000 horses. First Rode a thin line deployed across the Road its wings sex lending to the right and to the left. Then came a knot of men the com inn Sujint 1 apr Lii Tlisov were followed at some distance by a smaller knot doubtless the commander of the Advance brigade. Then came the line by regiments squadrons companies platoons the men in the ranks the of tigers in their respective Posi the rising Sun lit up their Bat the flags their Guidon glistened on their Side arms oven tinted with a Rosy Hue the dust that enveloped them. They were moving steadily but horses will not have the same gait and Here and there a Squadron that had fallen behind was pushing along at a brisk Trot or a Gallop to overtake the corps to which it belonged. I exclaimed springing up you have won. There Are the Cav Alry the infantry will go by the rail As i spoke we lit Ard a whistle to the South a rumbling a puffing and along came a train. It was loaded with troops. They filled the cars the plat forms they swarmed on the roofs. With a screech from the locomotive they passed and were lost in the Dis Tance. Another whistle another train. This is made up of platform what arc those great wooden object Sas they came nearer we discerned the shape of huge boats. And those piles of Timber they Are connecting pieces and Iio Oring. It is Ulinai Kably. It is called and is made of a Broad stiffly starched lace flounce very full on a narrow Yoke. The flounce extends around the neck As Well As the lower it lure of the Yoke and u drawn Over the Load and around the shoulders framing the lace in a. Quaintly demure fashion. Especially of Long necklaces made of Gold coins. They Lave control of the greater part of the business. The throng the Market place every Day some with native chocolate some with Flowers and vegetables and with and native cloths. They Excel in the mexican drawn work and dealers come from nil the Large cities to buy of theia. Many of the women arc Handsone in a vivid tropical Way. They arc tall and straight with Superb physical develop ment flashing Brown eyes Olive skin and red lips. Y. Tribune. I Viil Cully i think the Man who works at that place across the Street is the most faithful and conscientious Workman j Ever a. Lie never lakes a Holiday Alvavi Avay till it s too dark to see any Workman great Scott he s the proprietor of the Cago Tribune. Spread a full six inches Upan. These Are the Fellows that disturb you at night and make such a noise that they have come to be known As drummers. They Wear a j Ellov Vish coat with brow r. Spots. While the Means for destroying the Roach Are not numerous they Are at least sufficient if persistently applied to keep the increase in Check. Old wet clothes will attract them during the night. In the morning it is a simple trick to kill them with boiling water. A winged trap has been tried abroad with Success. In this manner by actual count no fewer than 7.81.0 cock Roaches were caught in four months in a House to which neither bakery nor Kitchen was Louis Globe Democrat. Bees in a camera. How is of he Linsy r a ii lit. A voting Man in a m or by town is an . He in vested in a rather Tanicia which when not in use lie kept in a third Surry room of his Home. Of Rover i Vek he had been Loo Busy with other thing to but in the in question he decided to am like a few. When he picked up his i he was surprised t Al 1 1 i t it. And he per be Rcd through the room a whole army of the ii meets came in a line out of the i Nail opening in the Box cove.-. Thru the owner placed the camera on a table and started an investigation which he gave sip when the truth upon him that a swarm of beet which had in through the open window had made a hive of the Cammi. The bee.-, have Pieer. Dismissed is tenants but the a Minera will Bave to be Over in uhf before More pict is be taken. X. Y. Herald. The worm at work. Verbally used protects wooden hulls but a great Deal of loss still from the inroads of the Teredo on har Bor works and shipping stages. Tim docks at Tortugas. Fla., were rendered unsafe it 2 Mouths there Ara other instances where great that appeared perfectly Safe and Solitz were in a Short time so eaten out that they could be crushed by a blow from the hand. The destruction the worm works is incredible. In 1733 it found that the vast system of wooden Dykes that protected Holland from tin sea had been attacked by the Teredo and that the whole country was threat ened with inundation from these examples it can be seen what a dreaded Little animal it is. The adult Teredo when removed front its Burrow varied from a few inches to three feet in length according to the species and is cylindrical and worm like in appearance. However there is also a Teredo Gigantes or giant Teredo which is found buried in the mud at Sumatra and is from four to six feet in length and from three to four inches in diameter. The Teredo inhabits a Long cylindrical Hole which it in trip Wood and it usually occurs in great numbers so crowded together that often Only a thin film remains Between the adjacent one Burrow never found to break into another. It bores into f he , inc Sirg the Tunnel with a calcareous or Lime mibs fance usually though not invariably the Btu Row in the direction of their Ait of the Wood. When a knot or Nail or the tube of a neighbor is reached the course of the Lui Row is so As to Bend round the obstruction. It is a much question among scientific men As to just How the Teredo does its Boring but the exact method is still under disputation. The Laredo grows As it Burrows and does both at an extremely rapid rate. The Young which Are at first free swim mers and pass through several changes before coining to the adult form Are usually born during the Spring or sum Mer and before the end of the year they too have grown up and Are established in Homes of their own. Many things have been done to guard in inst the Teredo. Palmetto Wood is the most successful resistant and this has been used nuo Rommon Woods inc not with preparations have been tried but with Iinallo Success. The most efficient Protection is afforded by Large he ruled nails driven into the Wood in lose proximity. Also Miriom about to. I would like to said inc Gruff old father to the Young Man who been considerable fre whether you Are going to marry my so would answered the diffident Young Man. Would you rn5nd asking Tost Here truly it move slowly. A w to Chii been 1 Raveling in Java have that trains Are used in Java not on account of their Speed because of the Long distance Between towns. If you re n hurry have not More to it j.-, to walk. May have fee difficult in keeping up to the train if it is going Down a gradient a Iii of will More than make this up on the Flat Vou i Romp past it coming to the slightest cont. It is 2 solemn lie snv.--. That a tiie course of a mile walk n Ruhi Rinir with the railway line i caught up tour an express Ira a. Toward the and of the walk i entered a shop some cigars after i in the shop five minutes did the train again pass he Rocili Stvil n is Knitli. In the Mountain of Tennessee there arc Many people who never saw a . When a Railroad is con through a wild part of Tho i taif the a Ives put in their time watching the workmen. The greatest event of their lives is when the first train comes along. On one Road the track Laid As far the Cumber land River and owing to pc the arrival of the Bridge material Worl Vas commenced on a Tunnel across River. One Day a tall tonne Secan win Hod been watching the work said do they May be Able to i. That Hole every time but if they miss i their h be a the mar. Actually believed that the trains were go org to make a flying leap across the River and dash into the Tunnel
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