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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - October 28, 1898, Smethport, PennsylvaniaAn Independent democratic paper devoted to politics local and general news Etc. Volume xxx. S. R. Lindsley 4 co publishers Smethport my Kean county Penna., Friday. October 28. 1898. Terms $1,80 per year invariably a Advance. Number 31. Brownell bros., dealers in general merchandise a Ojst to 13 k fooled an4 Ipp and your Money in Trenah y me reread pm in in reel in food honest Good. It Bonnet pro cwt we Heve Juat replenished our store with e fresh Stork of Choice new goods of the Best qualities the be found in the Market. Our Long nod varied experience Hai taught us when and where to buy goods that Are Best suited to the wants of purchasers. Our Stock is Complete in kve11y department. Staple groceries provisions canned goods fl0�oh, Salt meat fish 4c. The very lowest Market prices. Call and examine our Stock before purchasing your supplies. Thanking our customers for their Liberal patronage in the past and hoping by a strict adherence to the principles of honest dealing to Merit a Contin Zanos of the same we remain respect Vily yours Brownell bros., Smethport a. Knows no Laws necessity our Stock of men s and boys must be cloned out immediately. Price is not the consideration. Summer is flying and the time is Short. We have made Price reductions for this Sale that no other clothing store has Ever equated. The highest qualities will sell for whatever Price they will bring. Remember this great clearance Sale is at h. W. Rubin amp , pm et11 for Ori a. B. L. Fellows amp co., a Lautas w guns ammunition fishing tackle. Bicycles sundries rubber Stamps. General repairing i 15 main Street Bradford. A. Emil thamm Madurai Naik or cd Gars dec Kielc strut snet port. I Jones amp Church dealers in fresh and Sab meats poultry fish. Oysters Ajax it vegetables. Sar we the Herbest Cash pries for fat Stock poultry hides and pelts. Ult us s Call. Williams old stand Smethport a. 1.1. Clark successor to w. P. Welsh practical plumber Gas and steam fitter. Dealer of both Tubo. Water closets Wash Basina Gas stoves Gas fixtures. Etc. Ayek tron Welsbach lamps hot Alt and Bot water heating apparatus tin steel and Iron roofing eave troughs and conducting pipes. All work guaranteed Gallup building Wheeler amp Wilson sewing machine the wonder of the world rotary motion bail bearing. Bold for Cash i of instalment at Reda oed prices. Maolne supplies of Ell kinds. Mall orders have prompt attention. Musical inst Rumen t8 of All kinds of the beat make of Eale tor Cash or in a tall meets Elbert music had it us Cai mite a an dlr a. Lire fire and Accident insurance written in reliable com f. 1$. Burdick piano tuner of Olean if. A. Will visit must port every three months Viz March. June september december. Leave orders at my office. O. A. Burdick. 122 Jiaxi St., a Acme Mill headquarter rom Hay feed and Grain. Having the above Mill in first class a he in for taming oat ted Sod meal i am prepared to furnish on abort notice feed meal Corn Oats Hay bran middling Eton a four buckwheat flour in any Quantity at the lowest Market Price. Youb patronage solicited. J. H. Green Smethport. A. Smethport Penna. Undertake it embalming in aft Bra Tehmi promptly attended to a toy a experience funeral director. Specht amp Sasse met port a. Chas. Lemmler such Seon to Gleason Lemmler Dea m r a a double and single harness horse furnishing goods of every description. A full line of Robes and blankets. Also a full line of trunks and bags which will be sold at Bottom prices. Give me e fall. Smite Ron pa., april 20. Chas. Lilgendahl general Blacksmith us of Mill carts Mechanic Street Smethport pm All kind of Biack Smithing and Wagon work done on abort notice. Ilo see Boeing a Apo Salty. J. F. Rooney dealer la All kind at Choice meats vegetables fruits Cansen Goode shoulders Bacon an highest Cash prices paid for hides and Veals. A. T. Palmer livery feed and Sale stables. Prompt and careful attention Given to it All tin Winemi entrusted to our care s Tablet water a tree foe of state Street below the Coart House Smethport. A. A i it try a so Rev. H. L. Moot patrician a surgeon 1 earner main and Byron Streito port. A. John Cirk. M. I c. Al 8 met h port Penna. Of Floe Honrs-8 to 3 30 a. M1 to 8 p. M. P. A. Fibre and pm Drar la met it Blek. J. C. Brown physician aim surgeon by Ernhurt a. Of Bce in Gallup building opposite Democrat office. Residence in mrs. T. D Nash s House lower main Street. The average Man. Burg Chadwick physician and surgeon 8 met m port a. Prompt attention Viven Calls Day or a a. Office i i Palace pharmacy. Ornex Zilonas Usu. 10 a. M1 to 3 and a to 8 p. M. Or. E. R. Baker let k n t 1 a t. Teeth extracted without pain. All kind of l Enta a it re done promptly and a Atif Cattou guaranteed. Office Over Mccoy a drug store. Edmund l. Ryan attorney at Law. Coir tio to a spec . Kane a. M. Us Arris. He Shaffer Shaffer a us affect attorneys at Law kafe Penna. Office in the sub Trevor Bloch. Sheridan Gorton. A attorney at Law District attorney id me eat county mirth port pa., office i the court House. A w. Sevres. R. 0. Of Tux. Bouton so Gallup. Ittui1seys at Law. Offley hot in rank Home Liport a. Notary Pablo. E. L Keenan. Torney and Counselor at Law office adjoining residence main St., pm Fath pout a. All Legal Buai uese promptly attended to. Araos 0. Mux. Loss Pola car. H a Forrest i a and land office Smethport a j Ofca of the land of Hamlin a Forra former it Keating a coat hunted lobe coma he of me pm. Putter Camaron. Clip ton to i Chautauqua House. Dankl. Bat on prop tatar. Main Street Santa Root a it s House Baa jut teen thoroughly Reno rated throughout and put in flirt Clara asap or the re rep it on of the t Raveling Pablo. To ban Tan qua i conv in it utly located for Bual it pm pure he be. A Abare of the Public Patron Ige respectfully Al rated. Q Mon House f Sieckel proprietor 136 main to tree Baa Nroa. A douse first clean in every respect. Heels erred to it u a a a at All hour Day or night. A it it of the Pul a lie patronage is told item. _. Art Well House u. S. King proprietor Pori Allegany Penn. Electric Bella. Spring water qua hot Baths air Dall modern conveniences. Find Eiress accommodations Ratee �3 00 p. R Day. Special rate Given to comm trial men s popping Over bunday. Tkv Raskil House Novi a South prep Tatera. to a 1 i Taono a has just been rebuilt and newly finished throughout Quot team heat and All Modem conveniences. Rates reasonable. Commercial House w. V. Prolix prop. Smethport a. Lately rebuilt and refurnished #1.00 pick i it a y. Well stocked bar Coone ted. Grand Central hotel. Robert Graves Law. Opposite w. N. Y. K p. Depot Olean n. Y. Everything Fri to lass anti rates reasonable. Grand Central cafe Olean n. Y. Ladies and gents dining rooms Kates the lowest and service the highest. Mont Shoemaker a Kop a. W. C. Rockwell a the Florist a bad Pond a. Cut flours for wiring Portia ind funerals. Tek phone 130. Palace shaving parlor Neit door to kit Redge Upcraf hone Smethport Penn. E. E. Heath. Proprietor. Fir to class work Gur it Ltd. a a Quot Quot a insurance Agency of w. F. Specht Smethport a Vire life and Accident insurance placed in reliable com Pariee. Furniture for Plain and Flauey fur Ore of every description Call Specht amp Sasse main St. Smethport a. Key Tew the Bear Quot a a a sail at Bottom when it coins to a q ties ion of trusting yourself to the risks of the Road. When the thing is the sharing of burdens the lifting the heft of a Load in the hour of peril or trial i11 the hour you May a meet As you can. You May safely depend 011 the Wisdom and skill of the average Man. Tip the a verage nut it and no other who does his Plain duty each Day the Savail thing his wage is for doing. On the commonplace hit of the Way. A tis the average Man. May god Mesa him. Who pilots us still in the Van. Over land Over sea As we travel. Just the Plain Hardy average Man. So on through the Days of existence. All mingling in Shadow and Shine. We May count on the every Day mho whom Haply the gods May divine. Hut who wears the Swarth grime of his 1-ailing. And Lal a is and earns As he can. And stands at the last with the noblest. The average Man. A Margaret e. Songster in Harper s weekly. Loves sacrifice. A cult a Romance. Tat Tat Tat sound d in a dreary Monotone from the Drums and slowly in single tile the Misera Hie Pris ners came into View. Ragged dirty unkempt foot sore panting from the Biaz Irig August sky. They w re truly a. Piti aide sight though they held up their beads defiantly and smiled derisively at the insulting epithets Ami grimaces whirl the lower a lasses heaped upon them especially in the Vicinity of any other s residence. The better classes of the have Nese shewed their sympathy in striking a on Trail to the jeers and jibes of the baser sort the men. By their still n. Indignant looks the women by frequent sobs and tears and smothered exclamations. The time was 1851, directly aft a the capture of Crittenden. Lopes s Brave lieu tenant in his ill starred expedition to Cuba. Ii and his spartan remnant were these forlorn prisoner. When they reached tin Calle a be la Lamparillo one of the narrow streets of the City the guards suddenly halted Ali it column and reverently hared their beads. A funeral procession was approaching from the opposite direction and the line was pushed lose towards the houses jutting on the narrow Footway scare by Worth the name of a sidewalk. A youth among the Foremost prisoners. Who. Evidently had not the fortitude of i older companions judging by his bowed head and Dep dejection now looked up with a wan smile of Retog Nikloa As a pair Ltd dark eyes brimming with tears gazed through a latticed window at the pitiful sight. A. Malla a he we is p red. A ibo Ercito i it indeed you of. How terrible i did not dream you were with a Dearest consta save be a plied in Spanish As i deut As her own. A we Are All condemned to be shot in two Days perhaps sooner. I am too Young to do a a would that i could Dino Querido but alas i am powerless As a Lamb among a Amalia done to say that you have friends among the spaniards. For the love a it of my Mother a a Forward March a rung on the air. And tin weary column passed on to the dung Sims of Morro Castle. That night the Senorita Amalia de Valdez was a dream of loveliness As the reclined listlessly among the Rush Kins on a lounge in her a Melsoni a Salon. Tali exquisitely formed with jetty tresses framing a softly Roun let i face with a Midnight Eye a a a so Large a liquid so Lustrous that her admirers exhausted the affluence of their honeyed Tongue in praising them with a month whose twin carnations Prfu it in report were still More in j chanting when her smile disclosed the dazzling Teeth within it was no won i Der that she was considered to in the Beauty of be Titi a in the capital i famed for the Grace and loveliness of its women. The Young Captain Autonio a i Bamon. Who presently entered was so enraptured with her apr a Ranee that Only the present a of to lib Torvi talk be Duenna restrained hint from throwing himself at her feet in reality As Well As in the formal Salina Tion with which Spanish gentlemen Greet All ladies. A Obeso a y to pies. she responded in the saute fashion Only kissing his James instead of his feet. But in looked pre occupy Al say i. Despondent. He seated himself near her. While the a Duenna h a gentle to a Maria retire to a Distant Corner. A Tell me my said be a Why Are you so melancholy a a sigh was the Only answer. A nah yes i know your tender heart aches for the a it or prisoners you bar seen to Day. Poor Fellows theirs is a terrible Fate. Hut Tell me what is it you wishes a to ask me can then or a wish of yours 1 would not gratify at tin risk of my lift if need Lite 1 have your precious Billet Safe Here a and he it of Ufa a to his he Art a you hav a but to command Anil i will la said Amalia turning to her aunt. A i have mislaid my Pearl Bracelet upstairs. Will you kindly look for it a the Duenna vanished As if sin had expected tin request. On the instant Amalia said to a you have often sworn that you love me to distraction is it not so ant Oulton what happiness it was for him to hear from her lips the diminutive a i for added to his Nam which in itself is a Caress in words. A my life with Ait my heart and be exclaimed. But she draw Back. A Ixo i give myself Only to bit who proves his a what can i do for you. Beloved a dts pos of me As you will for Rit is life i ask. Sit Here Beshle me. Dearest and 1 will Tell she then rest tel a the seem of the morning the discovery that Roberto who had passed the previous Winter in Havana with his family was now among the prisoners. A the is the son of my favorite aunt so Young barely sixteen. He came Here to perfect himself in Spanish and i inspired him with my own enthusiasm for the Chan canse. He has returned alas to die. To Ness you will save him for my Sake. Should he perish. I can never know another Happy Antonio grew Pale As he listened. A Amalia you cannot break my heart thus. Ask a anything a an Tonto Mol i love you a she Kobik a. A for you i would give up Home relatives country. Got Grant me tills one favor. Nave that poor child and i swear to become your wife in another month. You hav said that if i would marry you you would resign your hateful commission in the army and seek a Home in Mexico. I will follow you there and to the ends of the a you have won a a sail after a pause. A for you i will dare anything. They will die a Lay after to Morrow. Have hut a Short time and now must leave you Dearest. If i fail you will forgive me. Will you not or i will not survive my disgrace a chapter ii. Rob to Lay on a pallet beside two other comrades who. In the midst of their own misery tried to a Heer and fortify the boy exhorting him to meet manfully a doom which they Felt was even mor terrible Fogt a him than Fot them. He Hud he a one of the most enthusiastic volunteers had fought Well but now the near Prospect of a Leath a emed to make a toward of him. A Soldi r who spoke a Little eng Lih entered the cell at this moment and roughly bade him Rise and follow to the captains room. Roberto Rose trembling by. A co a rag my said a Mobile aged Man a perhaps it is. Go a news of a or you. If not in Ware lest he wring from you a word about Lopes a fear a he replied making an Effort to control i agitation. �?o1 hat to did a Here be Gnu my Al Down a sob a this Way. But ill not be a traitor. I the Guan interrupted further speech by pushing him into the corridor with his Musket. A there i the prisoner a very Well you May retire Antonio looked the door after him. Anil in a Low tone briefly related to Roberto the plan he had formulated for the la for a escape. A Bach prisoner will receive three shot. By dint of extensive Bra leery and the co operation of m surgeon a Stet Fri no i of the cuban cause i have arranged that three Blank cartridges shall is tired at Yon. You must i careful to simulate death a much a j�#ssii1 until the word a Amalia is whisper a in your ear. Then you May breathe freely and open your eyes. Of a or you will is temporarily Safe. Further details w ill then have be Nar Range and told you. The least indiscretion on your part the least bungling on that of those i have employed though Only two Are in that secret will ruin me a Well As Seal your Rol Ergo thanked him fervently and promised him imply a it obedience. A by to must not return to your a a la Oor f Hows muttered a Ltd a to. A the Light of Hope is shining in your eyes and might betray us. Look As downcast As when you entered if toss i ble. Enter he said As he ent it red the do a or. A Ami conduct Liis prisoner to a solitary cell. He must have no communication with the other they passed out. And Antonio groaning deeply murmured a a ooh my 1ov<. What a sacrifice a a a a a a a the court Yard of the Ras tie was thronged with soldiery As Crittenden and his unfortunate band were marched to the death place just As a Lay was breaking Over the Beautiful Bay. Birr Thund so by hostile soldiers they still maintained a defiant air. Even when the glittering line of bayonets faced them and they knew All 1iom was or r. A Kneel filibusters a the command was wot obeyed. Crittenden proudly refused in the word that have passed into history a a kentuckian Kne is to none but a struggle ensued in which some wer forced to their Knees perhaps All might have been had not the of Al cd a in Sharga. With a touch of he inanity begun giving the orders. At the word a fire a so deadly was tin Volley that few nun ired it and they but a f a moments. Ito a to Hap by had no Neil to stimulate death. The Shock Ami Strain Ltd the suspense had caused i Iii to faint awl the surgeon who hash Ned to it his si�1e, gave a a i up sigh of Relief As be per revived Roberto s rigid unconscious Ness. A Garry this body and. This and of ids a it Oil thug the several a to the a if they Are not a Lead now. They will soon be under his laughed on of his assistants. To Lien Lutol Ergo revived he found himself in a carefully darkened room. With Jay he heard the word a a malian in a Fri a drily voice. In a Day or two afterwards accenting to Antonious pre v lot isly concerted a Era nos Ewerts. He was skin gated. In the a list Timise of a water than. To an american ship in tie Haltor and concealed in the told All night. The next Day he thanked his a Fero ted contain As he in Fahsl with a glad sense of Freeti Otil the soft winds of the Mexico a a. He never returns to Cuba though his future life was Replete with striking Advent Turco. The Gay capital of Cuba was quite Elk a Trifid a a month later to learn of the resignation from the army of Captain Antonio and i marriage Inutile Diatel after in spite of opposition on the part Ltd her family to the supremely Beautiful see Orita Amalia de Val do rely Magazine. Shy est of indians. The Hico fes of Honduras Are a wild and mysterious tribe. An animal flu wer. The inhabitants of St. Lucia have discovered a wonderful Plant. It grows in a Cavern in an immense a sin of brackish water that a overflowed from the sea. To the sight it is a pm of a it Flower but on the approach of a hand or a stick it retires quickly out of sight. Close examination shows that the Middle of the Flower like disc is provided with four filaments which move re it uus a the petals with a brisk spontaneous motion. Each of these filaments la provided with Pinchers for receiving prey. This animal Flower lives upon the spawn of fish and Marine insects. Wynn Var the Pinchers on the filaments make a catch the Perlis close and there is no escape for whatever has b in so unfortunate As to fall into the creatures maw. Prussians expenditure for Public seb a is increased by 50.03 per cent from is8r to 1896. In 1886 it was about $29.000.000, and in 1896 it was Over $4-6,000,009. Their language. Habit anti trait remnant of a once powerful race primitive marriage customs a interesting ethnological study. In parts of Central America Lith visited by civilized Man remnants of once powerful tribes new of table and almost extinct a occasionally discovered. Gradually bin surely these races have is in asst i late Al. Until nearly All Are now United to form that most homogeneous of bang. Tin ten trial american native in whose veins doubtless flows the blood of tin Chi Chii Immy a. The Gall 11 As Hahn a. Tias Zalans olmec Toltec Aztec Ami of Spain. Ocie Asi Oquilly but rarely. Triu s hav teen a is Overell of such types that Lead to the belief that in their ease no such amalgamation has Tak it it i place and the pro scr Atlon of a strange Tongue of habits and wholly foreign to other truss near them re no lers this new Tondy Prol Abl. A s i Ngn i a r trite i it the t it or tor a f Honduras no or tie North coast known to native Kloth trails As , inhabits a few Small villages widely separated the largest of which is not far from Villa Tieva on tin Astor Llo Duras railway. From this place the Trail is up the Mountain to Al Venado about 2.5<u� feet above the sea. The Indian Village is bail to so a the Jsu int Ltd the Higlin to pm in in the Mountain Chain and. Consists. A of less than a dozen mis Rahl huts. There an no streets the tints ii aug pm Clud along the Mountain top without any semblance of regularity or Oiler. A Glam a shows that these Are not the Homes of tie common hondurans the latter builds his hut of mud a my thatches his re my of with jail tit leaves while these huts Are without a in la is consisting a of four it osts and a Row of of thatch Matle of flu Long grass which grows among the pin its. Tie interiors a of tiie huts Are free of pm tables or chairs the Only furniture the Iii a in most of hammocks made from a species of pita Plant. Behind the hut a Lith stoves and ovens of Aboite. And hanging on Ptosis near by Are the Gua Cales or gourds in which everything is Cook. Tin Ili Eveque use no Earthern vessels Lor any Pur pos. Whatever. It is the custom with the Hie Eque Uisu tin approach of strangers for the entire Village to Stampede to the Woods. This excessive timidity Niakas it a matter of great difficulty to obtain any Aee rate information regarding their social customs or their Home life. It is known that Thev differ in almost every Way from the other a Wmk ple of the country. The Hicket ii Are Small and squat. With High Cheek Bones Broad thin lips with pro nning Teeth. They have straight blah a Nair. Worn Long and braided. The men Wear no cloth a a save 1 Sina a in Rezeli clout generally Woven from some native Plant. The Hoo com foot Eon lists generally of wild game and re a ots though they occasionally have a few pigs and sometimes cultivate a Small Patch of Corn. The latter Only happens when they have Urno Lester a for a Long time n one place. The Nin Are quite skill Fri with Bow and arrows Ami with thes a weapons obtain most of the meat Elten by the family. Tin marriage ceremony i unknown arming them. The Elk a a Tion of a i Rio la having teen mad the woman walks Over and takes Possession of her new Home and tie Man get out a trifle earlier in order to procure food of a or two. Polygamy is not off noticed. But the inter marrying is a Arris so to a dangerously close Point and inbreeding has probably Hall much to to with the indians imperfect development. The Sain ears has retarded their growth in intelligence and their increase in numbers. It is not believed that these Imi Taos have any particular of a pm of religion in worship but the an full of superstition which leads them into doing Many Peculiar things. For instance when sickness overtakes one of them the invalid is provided witty Rood suf Fielena for three or four a lays and is then in it to tight it out alone Aste to lie can. The a la Nee of the family retiring to some other House. Their knowledge of Medicine a a pm con Fin d to the use of not More than four herbal decoctions of the is 111 Piest forms. Another singular trait is their suit ers tit ion in a Gard to expectoration within their lilt us a. Silo tied a stranger enter a it no of their houses and so far forget Hloi self ast it a jilt on tin Fly or 110 Hie Eque oui 1 Ever enter h again. It is extra Melv gift in ult to learn much about their language owing to their reticence Ami shyness. In Many res my to their Tongue sounds like that of Muir Western indians except that it is soft a Ami More quickly blended. They seem to have quite a Complete vocabulary and when among themselves their conversation is animated Ami Lively. Music sems unknown and no musical instruments have Ever been found among them. The mothers seem devoted to their Childr a. And in this re sch a t to a Leo clues Are perhaps 1 a Etter than Many of the other indians of this country. Like the Squaw of North America the Lite Octie Mother straps her child in her Hack Ami gets on her journey. This is quite unlike the manner of the native woman of Antral America who carry the child ten str add across the hip. Tin mothers Arm Teing placed across the Small of the infant s Back. The Complete avoidance of All other races and the extreme timidity and shyness which Are the distinguishing characteristics of the Hie Eque Are . Their Complete is ii Tion in a thickly settled and remark ably Rich Anil f Rutih country renders this triple 1� very interesting study for the student of ethnology. In fair May to Jade a maa. Two men were talking. A what i Admire among our Artisan class a said one with the air of Superior p Sou. A is a Little broader knowledge than is defined by tin mete Walls of his shop. Now. 1 have in Nill two Shoemakers whom i see occasionally As they Are both tenants of min both of them Are prompt industrious honest men but one is As ignorant As can Lee even about the f tails of his own Trade. Why i Haskeil him the other Day where shoe pegs were made and of what Wood and he Hasni to the least idea and i had to Tell Nam. Go the contrary the other on not Only knew that much but was up on the history of shoes and their material and manufacture and he interested me for half an hour by a most instructive talk on this occupation. There is a vast differ nce think Between two men situated a those two Are. And it to greatly to the credit of one that he acquires knowledge not because it is a Stout by necessary but because of his a desire to Bra it Aden Ami get something More than what May Dangle at a waxed or spread a itself Over a Shle of sole leather. Don t Yon think As i do a a Iftner a hesitated the other Man �?�1 know your two Shoemakers Ami have Hal work done by both of a by and i notice another difference that you probably a i knew Yon responded the first Man. Rubbing his bands with pleasure. A if continued the other a the Man who Only knows Horn to make shoes can make shoes Ami thu other Chap can to. There a something in that you know to thu Man who must Wear t Star. A Booby on the Yardar. The bad break of a lieutenant. New to sea Taring. Captain n. Mayo Dyer whose name has Lam a advanced seven a mitts Ltd the list of captains placing him nearer promotion Over tie Heads of older officers on account of his Gallant ser views at Manila is a native of Masai Ehi Isetta. Captain dyers excellent seamanship was proved on a trip of the Marlon from Yokohama to san Francisco. Her Coal Supply was Low. A my the voyage was performed by getting up steam for awhile and then running by Aid of the sails until compelled to use steam again yet the vessel arrived on the Date set by her orders. It was during this trip which requited so much skill and management that Dyer one Day on going tedrow. Sail to it the it it of fit or no a of his place on the Bridge a now re Torf to me everything that the Young lieutenant was new to seafaring life and not discriminating in ids a a teas of tin importance of a Venta soon after taking ids stamp pm guard a which is called by sailors the Laziest hint on the Wing lie cause it will alight on the ship at any Point perched upon the fore Yardar. The lieutenant contemplate d the Booby earnestly As if it had been an Omen Ltd of Fate then called the Captain s orderly and said a go t 11 the Captain that there is a Booby on the a Tell the Captain what a blurted out the old Marine. A Tell Captain Dyer that there is a Teiby on the fore reiterated the punctilious officer. Captain Dyer was seated in it Ling when his orderly presented himself at rite a a Abin a Loor. A Wei it in asked with a nasal Jerk looking up Over his specifies. A emr. Reports that there is a Looby on the fore the captains face at this extraordinary piece of information was a study but As he never scruples to bestow what he considered an appropriate epithet upon any person he ejaculated in a ton a Little in or nasal than usual to express his sarcasm a a Booby on the Yardar is there go Back and a Tell or. That i say there is another one on the Bridge a the grinning Marine retired to it deliver this message with the addition of a few adjectives of his own manufacture. Pickled fish a Trees. An Irish officer who had served at Malta was one Day at a Public dinner. Expat rating on the luxurious living at Malta he spoke particularly of the excellent Quality of the anchovies. He had never seen any like them anywhere else. He Sis be if a Grove of them which h a had so a growing in the governors Galen upon the Esplanade. A gent Leinan present disputed the statement that anew Oil irrow on Trees. The irishman reaffirmed it most emphatically. A Challenge was Given and accepted. On the following Day the parties met attended by their seconds. At the first fire the irishman a shot took effect in his opponent s thigh. The Ball hitting the Looe and causing such a she we that the latter fell upon his Laek in such pain that he kit key a his he is vigorously. A i Faith. said the Irish Laud a second a you be hit your Man but i think not dangerously for a see what Lively Capera he is a Capers Capers a exclaimed the irishman w Ith a Start a ooh. By the Powers what have i done bad Luck to me forever for such a dreadful mistake a and hastening to the Side of his antagonist. Who had been rats to a sitting posture a grass a i his hand saying As he did so a my a tear Friend. I Hope you re not killed and if in be harmed you seriously Iii ask your part Lon forever. For in be made a murdering Mist Akit was Capers that i saw growing it a that tree at Malta and not anchovies it All a a or ones Larden at Khartoum. Gordon has become a legend with his countrymen and they All but a Leafy him dead who would never have heard of him had he lived. But in this Gartl n Yon somehow came to know Gordon the Man. Not the myth and to feel near to him. Here was an englishman doing his duty alone and at the instant peril of his life yet still he 1ovm1 his Galen. The Garden was a yet More pathetic ruin than the in place. The Palace accepted its doom mutely the Garden strove against it. Untrimmed a watered. The oranges nne a Citron still struggle to hear their Little hard Green knt it is. As if they had been full Ripe fruit. Th1 pomegranates put out their Vermillion Star Flowers but the fruit was Small and Woody and juice less. The figs lore better but they too. Were Small and without vigor. Frankly overgrown with Thurra a Vine still trained Over a Low roof its dwarfed leaves and Limp tendrils hut yielded not a sign of grapes. It was nil Green and so far vivid and refreshing after oin Durnin. But it was the Green of nature not of cultivation leaves grew Large and i fruit grew Small and dwindled away. Re lug a tartly <1-Spairingly. Gordon s Garden was dropping Back to wilderness. And in the mid the of the Defeated fruit Trees grew frankly the hateful Rondan Apple eth a poisonous Herald of mail. Wealth of sawdust. A ton of it Worth As much a a too of old Quartz. Victor l. Pm Raon the Baltimore inventor who it is now in Ottawa is said to have discovered a inv is fur Cartel Zig sawdust Ami extracting the by products. A King series of experiments in on1 a it of tin largest saw Mills of the Quot Dominion has just lice concluded and the Ottawa Paier say that they surpass All expectations even those of the sanguine inventor. The experiments Are said to have proved that a tin so tons a it a More of sawdust and refuse that these Mills gave i teen throwing away daily for a ars should suddenly b a discovered 0> be Worth $30 a ton in other words equal in value to Ltd the High St Grade of Gold Quartz is enough to make the average Man a a Theli his breath with a or pros it Ami produce in the cynic a or. Emerson went to Ltd Anada several months ago upon invitation of the it owners of tin Edwards sawmills there who had Learned Ltd his Supko Semi discovery. Tin Sawmill Popie Fiad been a rile re i by the go a a rom by to emptying sawdust into tin Ottawa River and they soured a delay of the enforcement of tin order to allow experiments to the made on a larg male by or. Emerson. In Ottawa the result which the experiments have produced has 1mmu receive to with the greatest interest. The Industrial effects in the 1 urn la or Region of that Jart of Canada is Prev i ctr a to is1 one of a dazzling kiss Biliti a. And it is air a in addition to a tiie a a Antral Plant erected at Large a a for the expert nil it just of Knelt in bad a Nuniss re of auxiliary industries Are Likely to com Nieme operation in Ottawa including troll Ami steel s met Ting we a res w hits la Al Mati Ufa Tori a printers Ink manufactories and acetylene Gas or Calcium Carbide work. From the Hydro Gen Gas Given off to the sawdust Dur lug the carts mixing process it i air that the whole City can is furnish a with Light a my heat at 10 cents a Tho Saml feet. The capitalist to Himl the inventor do not want to glut the Market with tin pro Riu lots thus easily and Cha ply Otila toed. They will not risk destroying the Market Price a of the prod net and by products by allowing the secret process to be freely used. A number of Large company a using the two ducts Whdeh or. Emerson has Sun a Cee Iier a in extracting from the sawdust at a nominal a a St have by a ii awaiting th1 re sult Ami Art ready to Purchase All the Supply of those products that a an be Fernl Betl. Or. Emerson is a native of Faro line county. Mde a Ami a son of the late Captain Rohrt it. Emerson one of the Foremost and most wealthy citizens of the county and a Nephew of the bite John ii. Emerson the founder of the Denton Futon and one of the promoters of the Wilmington Del morning news. For a number of years or. Emerson has resided in Baltimore. About six years ago he invented a lumber dry Kiln which has revolutionized the process of drying Green lumber and is in use in All the larger sawmills and Sumter establishments of the country. He a place gtd several other paying inventions pertaining to machinery and chemistry on the Market. Do or senses slumber together a i saw a remarked an Eckington Man who is rather a Crank on the subject of physiology Anatomy Ami Hygiene a that our senses a to not slumber simultaneously but that the eyes close first then taste go a then smelling bearing and touch. Touch though last to slum Lier. Is str or to arouse and smell which is one Ltd the uni eke St to go is the very last to come again. That is what lit Book says but i am a living witness to its incorrectness in one instance at least. It was last Spring. Just after the magnolias Hall bloomed. I had gone Down the Potomac to one of the far Down resorts for sunday and. Coming Back there was such a crowd a it nth boat i had to take a mattress on the Fly or. It was Midnight when 1 retired and i done to know when 1 Wake so up but Long before i heard anything or frit anything i smelled Tiv Tylor of magnolias and seemed in some far off vague Uncertain Way to is afloat upon a sea of impalpable Bloom not tangible or visible nor in any sense real As to the All pervading and penetrating fragrance of the unseen Flowers. After a Long time i began to hear voices and feel the shake of the la at. Not then i knew where i but could not account ter the Itin fio Lia dreams. When at last 1 awakened fully and sat up i saw on the Tab a just Over my Brad two or three Wash bowls full to the brims with great Magnolia blossoms which some of the passengers coming aboard after i had gone to sleep had brought with them Ami place there in water the keep fresh till morning. I do not say that the sense of Urnel in other people would have been affect Al As mine was but i am sure mine was not the last of the senses to awaken under the influence of the Star. The heat of the body it should never in forgotten that a Sidy with a High temperature is bet ter Able to r Sist depressing influences such for instance As infection Shock and the effects of Poison. It therefore follows that external heat should 1h Appl Tod lib rally to the Baxly in All i cases of poisoning. In efforts at resuscitation after severe injuries and Dur fug operations particularly those of magnitude. Special care however is always observed not to Burn or Blister the patient Ami that this is not a Needles caution is amply borne out by the Many cases of Burns and scalds resulting each year from this new York Ledger. A wish ratified. A my said the old gent torn an who very properly objects to Slang a i have been thinking Over your request this morning and 1 am inclined to think i May have Iommi a Little Hasty in my decision a a thank you. a i believe in clearly understanding a Case be Tere reopening it. Now. As 1 r member the conversation your Call at the of Fly via prompted by a be sire to Taise the Quot tvs that is to say a a never mind. I ask for no explanations i do not St a to inquire into All the trivial whims of youth. I a 0 it them As i do the wild Flowers among the Grain. They Are useless but they Are cheering to Montem Flate. No a ent diversion any More than i a there Are Many things i do not understand among the 111 to ing Golf Lawn Tennis and football. But i do not assume to interfere with your in a tor take to keep track of tin current fad. If you want to give Ufa experiments with the chafing dish and go to work with an oven. I have no objection to offer nor will i let the Mere matter of expense stand in your Way. 1 was rather Busy when you spoke to me about raising the dough this morning. 1 know that i spoke shortly but my heart is in the right place and i am too generous and ill urgent to deny your slightest request. Her my boy a is two cents. Go and buy yourself a cake of Star. To prevent locomotive Sparks from Soring fire to buildings a new spark arrester has then designed consisting of a pipe running from the boiler to the top of the smokestack to Fores water through the sprinkler against the Sparks. Burial under fire. A striking episode of the War of the Shore of Guantanamo Bay. High on the a Bilge where the marines pitched their tents on the Short of Guantanamo Bay. The first cuban sol Ink a a by american troops Are the Graves of the men who were kilted lit the first land fighting of our War with Spain. They were buried under fire by men who overlooked no tithe of the solemn ceremony a. It Hough the of Spanish bullets Rose Clear above the Volee of the chaplain. The burial so Iuar a was composed of marines from the Texas wrapped in flags the honorable winding Sheet of soldiers killed in Battle the Bod Lea were borne from a tent in which they had lain to a Trench dug by men who made it deep the cause their tour that the drenching cuban Rains would give their comrades to the Buzzard waa greater than their fear a of the death they risked a they plied pick and shovel. Chaplain Jones of the Texas the firing squad a few a a tit Yerx and some correspondents stood bareheaded about the grave. From the Shtok cover to Youl there came the irregular a putt putt putt Quot of skirmish fire and the \ regular sputter of the machine guns. There marines and Spanish guerrillas were fighting from Thicket to Thicket. Boon there would the More dead to Bury we thought. Gently the men of the Texas lowered a the Flag wound a a jollies a a a sold ii a and Sailor too a As Kipling has it into the a Arth the chaplain stood with his Bank to the cover from which came the rattle of musketry Ami the Quot Gan the solemn service. Slow and a be Lite lately fell the words and set Dorii has their Inq cwt teen realized More fully than it was there at the Edge of tin hit lot thresh a a Jungle. A Man that is Horn of woman a a Bullet Jhm Kcal the Earth at his feet and sent it flying. Others Sang Over head. Some Toa ves Ami twigs fell from the nearest True. A Man or two dropped Lehr and the Earth thrown out of the grave. The Spanish were firing on the burial party. The marines of the Texas raised their Heads for a second and terwed them again. They made no other Morion. Tiie officer in command Pale ordinarily flushed Nal As if angered by the enemy a sacrilege. The chaplain moved a Page from where he was standing and turned his face toward the Ili Ieko to Fri a to which the bullets were coming. Then the words toll slowly and gravely a Man that is born of and so on to the end. As he faced the fire those who had sought shelter stood up instantly and tel cd their he a is reverently. The tire slackened ceased. The Earth fell on the flags and a covered them and the heroes a rapid etl within. A Man or two dropped a Tiar Ami a Textor parting word to his comrades and the burial party its duty fittingly done moved Seaward Over the Erest of the Ridge out of Range. Half Way a town the crooked path which led to the lauding two of the men who had St Mil St a Lily at the grave were marked by a Spanish Sharpshooter and a a Mauser Bullet a a pinged above them. They ran for cover like startled game for the funeral was Over and they had no desire to make another. But the men who were at the Gravo that Day will reined new Long Ami with a solemn sense of their great lesson the words. A Man that is born of York Herald. A Surprise for Hubby. A Brit in of the Lovey Dovey order has an interview with the Cook. She was a Young wife just married from boarding school one of the Lovey Dovey on Era and although highly educated did t know b ans from any other vegetable. Hence this dialogue with the Cook a now. Biddy dear what Are we to have for �1 inner Quot a then s two chickens to dress a a in la dress them the first thing. Where Are their clothes a a dear me mum they re in their feathers a ooh. Then serve them that Way. The ancient romans always cooked Peacock with their Feather on. It will the a Surprise for a it will that. Mum. Sure if you. Want to help you could a paring the a ooh. How Sweet ill pair them two and two in no time. Why i had no idea a of a King was sgt a i think mum. That washing the celery to is More in your a fall right. Biddy. I la take it up to the Bath room and l some Lovely soap that will take off every a thank you mum would you mind telling me the name a of the Asylum where you were dedicated i think ill hav a to take some lessons there myself if we be going to work updo Date wedding Riffla. The wedding ring plays As important a part in the modern nuptial ceremony As the minister or License. There s Ems to be but one Correct style ter this country in the matter of a wedding ring. It is a perfectly Plain hand with outer surface Oval and inner Flat. It is made of 22-Karat, which is a teemed the most s a viewable. The most popular ring is of medium Biz a a Little less than a Quarter of an Inch wide though in a feet much narrower because of the Oval Edge. Unless rhe buyer has some preference for very Narow or very Broad band he is advised to take a to a Penn weight ring this being the regulation weight for the medium size. It Cost $10. The tiny narrow rings have never be n popular for in order to Wear at All the ring must be so deep that it cuts into the other fingers and is decidedly uncomfortable. So too Are the extremely wide rings which often make a callous just Between be band and the Telge of the ring on the inner Side of the ring Flag re Chicago record. New smokeless powder problems. Now that smokeless powder has come into use the United Sites Soldier will have to become trained in tit use of it. He will have to train his ears in the future As Well As his eyes. He will have to determine by the sound of the enemy a guns from what direction the firing is coming and exactly How far they Are away. He can depend no longer on the smok to locate the enemy. This will of course necessitate an increase in our standing army As ii would be difficult for a Volunteer to in Abl to accomplish this without months of drilling and training. It will also require entirely new methods in drilling. The use of smokeless powder moreover involves Many untried problems a fact which was Demon

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