Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
21 Jul 1898

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21 Jul 1898

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1898, Marble Rock, IowaMarble Rock weekly. In b. Hies b by Simiton Maple Rock. Iowa How Richard the spoons. Wjt Antun. Philip Howard was ill Tell it to you Teu times More. H you say so. It is As True As preaching. Every time those Bronze dogs on Uncle James Monroe s Steps hear the fourth fire alarm they jump Down and said Earnest Weston i Don t believe it. Bronze dogs can t i did t say they replied Philip. I Only know these do every time they hear that i Don t understand it. Of course 1 know Well enough that it s a trick but i can t see through said Richard Monroe. Say the whole thing Over More slowly won t you Philip poke with great distinctness you Novi i presume the House on Euclid where or. James Mon Roe who has the Honor of being my Tincle i ought said Richard doubtfully for 1 live there myself if he is the or. James Monroe who has the Honor of being1 my exactly the replied Philip. You aware then that beside the Steps before that House Are two dogs made of Bronze. Many a time and Oft have you and i played circus upon their backs and now you pretend not to understand me when i say that every time they hear the fourth Ivard fire alarm they jump Down and did you Ever see them do Philip admitted the fact with some reluctance. I never remember though being1 at your Honse when the fourth Ward fire alarm sounded. You must have been there lots of times. Queer you never noticed one question More and 111 Richard. Have they done always just the same As was Philip s prompt response. And Richard pausing Only to say i know it s a trick and not the truth i la find out before i m slowly from the boys and towards his own Home. Why did t you Tell said Earnest to Philip. Hell bother overt Ever so but hell Puzzle it out before he said Philip proudly. He is a Little fellow if he is my Cousin. He thinks and thinks till he gets things out every on the Steps leading up to the front it hat should have been their Birthright. Barici St. Mauer was a Fine looking Young fellow with dark eyes and Olive complexion and dignified and Courte Ous manner. He was a favorite at Sandhurst from whence he graduated an officer. His position is too Well assured to permit of his life being in the least shadowed by the bar sinister which alone has prevented him from being the present Duke of x. Y. Times. There Are 2.200 daily and weekly papers published in the United states and 23 different languages other than English Are represented in the news paper press of this country. There is Only one newspaper published in the russian language in the United states. There Are live news papers All weekly in the portuguese language. Of these three Are in California and Are in Massachusetts at new Bedford and at Boston. There Are four daily newspapers in the polish language published at Chicago Buffalo Milwaukee and Baltimore. Besides these there Are seven weekly polish paper at Chicago six in Pennsylvania one at one at Toledo and three at Detroit. Most of the periodicals in the Spanish language Are Trade papers but there in a daily paper in new York and at key is another. There Are four Spanish papers in Ari Zona and 32 in Mexico. One armenian paper is published in the City of Xiv York and there Are two chinese weekly papers in san franc Isco. Five newspapers published in the finnish language in the mine regions of Michigan and one each in Illinois Minnesota and new York. There Are two Aih in York two in Chicago and Oce in Cleveland. There Are three danish papers in Chicago one in Omaha one in Racine wis. And one in Portland Ore. The danish papers Are almost exclusive in designed for circulation among the Farmers and few of them have any City circulation though there is one danish paper published in new York. The indisposition of the French to acquire any other language must account for the Large number of Trench papers published thro Tig Hout the Union even where the French population is in considerable. There Are French daily paper read chiefly by French canadians at fall River Lowell and new Bedford and one published at Woon socket. 11. I. Seven newspapers Are published in the slavonic language and of the four in Welsh three Are in Utica and its neigh boyhood. Thirty seven. Swedish news papers Are published but no daily papers among the number eleven. Xor Weglian seven of them in Minnesota sve hungarian one greek one gaelic one arabic acid is dutch nine of which Are in Michigan where the hollanders Are numerous one Only being published in the East Paterson x 3. There Are two italian papers in Kew York and two in. San Francisco. Are four papers published in the lithuanian Lan Guage and 12, three of them dailies in the jewish jargon. German news papers am published in nearly every state and German dailies in nearly Large and news Man. Spanish courage. Wit and Wisdom. The sweetest pleasure is in impart ing x. Bouve. An old maid aunt with Money is the Only genuine fairy Ibon Globe. To be Happy is of far less Conse Quence to the worshippers of fashion than to appear c. Colton. Strange that 1 should run across you Down said the scorcher to his prostrate victim. You me. Sweet .1 will you die for my precious girl Luivie la us Viiu Viii work. Am told that after the railway Accident the scene looked like a sir it was far worse. It looked like a newspaper account of a topics. Were you dismissed from your last servant i like your inquisitiveness. Did i ask you Why your last girl left saw you out horseback Duin ble say Well was i in it so to Saddle Well at very rare mond dispatch. Robinson has struck it " in what invented a composite Handorgan which plays Yankee Doo Dixie Hail Columbia and through Georgia All at free press. He lies Best who lies i have a ten year old said go bang. Who can read und under sorted Uker Dek. I have one the same age Vito washes his face in the morn ing without fran Cisco examiner. If i May express my re marked the roman officer you will be taking a hazardous step in Cross ing the that May re plied the great and ambitious com Mander but i have determined to make the move. It is a solemn duty that i owe to the commencement orators of the so tired i As tired in the morning As when i go to bed Why is it simply because your blood is a such a poor thin condition in does not keep up your strength and you do not get the Benefit of your sleep. To feel Strong keep Strong just try the tonic and purifying effects of Hood s our word for it t will do you Good. Hood s Sarsaparilla is America s greatest Medicine. Hood s pills cure a11 liver ills 25 cents. A tardy Recko Kimg. It pkg hone Tolfe Tom to the Wiles of the crafts Street Vendor. Ste raw berries Nice Ripe Ste raw Ber shouted the Street Vendor is his horse jogged slowly through Bagley ave i nue. I How much Are asked the pretty 1 Vonne housewife who had hailed the Ped Dler of waving a Towel. Teri cents a quart Mam. A Michigan strawberries and the Dew s on but i want a Bushel. I m going to have t tort of a Strawberry festival just among my relations and i would t run of them for the world. How much for a i j three and a half team too ranch. You la have to do bettor than. J that or i la try some one i ill throw off a he and she nodded so that her voice might not betray her exultation. Then he entries in 32 of the Little measures that have the Waist band about two inches from the Bottom received his Niones and did not linger. I three minutes later the Little woman rushed in the Street her eyebrows knitted and her dimpled hands clenched one Over a Lead Pencil and the other Over piece of . Lint the Pedu Ier had Detroit free press. Numbers in War. The Laud Vannee of Large a Troia us Aust Lun of Floc or s but Fer to latent Ana african slim. Between js5u and 1s75 it is certain that some millions of Bles Bok. Wilde and springbok must have been destroyed in the Transvaal and Orange free state. The Slaughter was so prodigious and the variety of wild Ani Mals so great in these wild regions of South Africa that the result made a sensible difference in the leather Industry of Europe. The markets were filled with skins which when tanned rave leather of a Quality and excellence never known before but the origin of which As the Raterin was still sold under old names purchasers never suspected. Hides of the Zebra and Quagga arrived in tens of thousands and Good As horse bide is for the uppers of first class boots these were e Ven better. Smart englishmen for years wore boots the uppers of which were made of Zebra arc a Saga or from the hides of Elands Onyx and Gemsbok disguised under the names of calf or Patent Spectator. Irresistible. Do Yon want any young1 a skid the truck peddle at the door. To we have in the House now than Ive can possibly but i m Selling them at a cent a Bunch give me 15 free press. The spaniard has qualities which if cot. Counterbalanced ought to have assured him a maintenance of the com manding position which lie held in the sixteenth Century. His intellect is Strong and Quick his imagination is vivid and before the censorship of the inquisition had curbed its expression his literature the most promising in Europe. When fully aroused his perseverance is indefatigable. His courage is a merely evanescent valor flaming up Oil Occa Sion at the Promise of Success but a persistent obstinate dogged Quality As much to be dreaded in defeat Asiu and sustained by the Pride of race which leads him to think All other races his inferiors. The -unyielding1 steadfastness of the Spanish Tercio on the disastrous Field of Docroy was paralleled in the defense of Saragossa. The exploits of the conquistadors in the new world display a tenacity of daring amid unknown Dang ers Vrljich has rarely been equated and perhaps never surpassed. The practical efficiency of this characteristic is heightened by a remarkable callous in difference As to the Means to be employed in accomplishing1 a Given Pur pose. Spanish legislation is full of the sternest Laws enacted in utter disregard of the contingent and ulterior consequences provided the immediate object in View can be effected. Alva s reign of blood h. The Netherlands is typical of this fierce and cold blooded determination to achieve a result at whatever Cost of life and suffering and the o policy of is Only r. Modern exhibition of this inherited c. Lea in Atlantic. Gooseberry. Playing Gooseberry or to play Goose Berry is common enough in connection with Sweet hearting1. A lass arranges a walk with a lint Tor some reason she does not care to go alone so she takes a Friend another girl and the Friend Gooseberry some times the girl who is invited to share the walk refuses saying nay i m not going to play the girls speak of the lad in this connection As Gooseberry by the Way Green gooseberries stewed Voth a Little water mashed., and sugar added constitute Gooseberry fool. Notes and queries. Daccar attn trill m Sharl. A pleasing effect was achieved in the decoration of a music room recently on the occasion of a wedding by the use of an India shawl. It was a Large and Fine one. With a Pink Center. This Wing j spread Over the grand piano and on the i Pink Center stood a Pink Jardiniere filled with Apple blossoms. At the bide of the piano in a chinese Jar of Pale Pink and Green massed More i blooms of Dogwood and Apple bios j soms press. Figures and the latest tech Nical Book about armies their contingents their losses and their expenses has been published by Otto Berndt a Brevet Cut Ain attached to the military staff of the austrian Empire. At this Zuo ment when an Amer ican army is invading Cuba it May be interesting to compare its Small pro portions with the immense figures re corded in capt. Berndt s work. The losses through sickness in War times Are great even in temperate Cli mates. During the crimean when the Anglo Franco sardinian forces to no who t in in of of Nril main were sick 69.200 of whom died. Only soldiers died from wounds. Tie of 1s70- t1, Between France and Germany Cost the largest number of lives. Out of germans sur rounding Riletz were in the hospitals and out of a total number of sick men taken care of in Ger Man hospitals Only were there 011 account of wounds received on the Battle Field. The total number of Ger Man soldiers sick or wounded amounted to 812.000 men. The figures will be still increased in Battles of the future which according to austrian military writers will have a longer duration. The Schleswig Kolstein War closed the period of Short and decisive Battles. It May seem strange at firs sight especially when it is considered Taat Means of destruction Are More powerful now having been constantly improved. The perfection of modern firearms however compels the combatants to begin fight Ingar Long Range and make it last longer. Since it War of 1sgc and the Franco German one of 1s70 nations Are trying to see which one put into line the Inorg est number of me. Thus at this moment the effective Force of european Continental armies on a War footing is As follows Russia. Men Germany 2. France. 000 Austro Ilu Gary Ami Italy . Grouping the nations according to their present relations the above figures show that the Alliance of France and Russia can put in the Field men and the old triple Alli Ance 4.400.000. Capt. Treudt does not seem Over in Liri Ness of those stupendously Large masses of military men. He says some Alexander or Bonaparte May arise who at the head of a Small army of picked men May fall upon that heavy and Unwar like and May disperse them in All directions. Then nations May perhaps revert to the sys tem of armies Small in number but com posed of trained men Anc perhaps will let those men have the exclusive privilege of a Trade which after All is not. Congenial to peace the austrian military writer has not Given his ideas about naval wars but it is probable that he considers the latter somewhat As he does the wars on land. This was to be expected from an austrian officer who remembers How his countryman. Admiral Tegethoff ran Down anti destroyed with his wooden vessel the italian armo Clad at the Battle of Lissa in y. Tribune. The Adirondack mountains. The heart of this wonderful Region of mountains and streams is traversed by the new York Central Hudson River Railroad and to More fully inform the pub i he regarding is beauties and easy Means of Access the passenger department has issued. A Book entitled in the Adirondack Moun describing in detail each resort and. Containing also a Large map in colors giving a list of hotels Camps lakes Etc., together with their location it has also issued a Large folder with map entitled Adirondack mountains and How to reach giving Complete information regarding stage lines steamers hotels Etc. A copy of the Book will be sent to any address on receipt of two 2-cent Stamps or the folder for one 2-cent stamp by George h Daniels general passenger agent grand. Central station new York. In rage. He around his Teeth. Yet there was nothing to indicate that he was still he continued to grind his Teeth with great persistency. The grinding was done with one of those Patent Buzz saves that dentists use and every now and then it seemed As if the gift sent swear if it were not for the rubber dam in his mouth., and at that there was something in his gurgles that seemed to in dilate that the dam was not All Chicago wheat 40 cents a Bushel. How to grow wheat with big profit at 40 cents and samples of Salzer s red Cross 80 bushels per acre Winter wheat Rye Oats clovers Etc., with farm seed catalogue for crossed w is d acc Hes. A parisian student in order to win a bet swallowed five silk neckties. The conditions were that the neckties should be Cut into pieces and dressed As a salad with Salt vinegar Anc Pepper and this original mixture Sho Tild be swallowed within mln1 totes. The student performed

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