Racine Advocate in Racine, Wisconsin
15 Jun 1882

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15 Jun 1882

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Racine Advocate, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1882, Racine, WisconsinErected at his Cost by a contractor. Or. Action therefore uncommonly generous. A inquiry As to the amount of study put of school and Tho health be pupils has been made by the principal of at a russian jewish Colony i Louisi the Fitchburg mass High school. It the other disy wore noticed a Yoke of oxen hitched to a plow a russian lending Ench of one at each plow handle and one with a whip driving Aii kick Vul men to Ench Uliey Don t seem to understand farming in Jons m. , Cousin and brother in Law of the late gov. Clarles Moroh cad of Kentucky died in Bowling Green in that state recently aged so years. During their school lavs he and the late judge Graham of was discovered that the pupils use on an average six and a Quarter hours a Day for mental Are in reason ably Good health to the 7 per cent reported to to injured by Over study. An average of Throe and one third hours of Home study is credited. A recent in Quiry in Tho Cleveland High school shows that during a specified time 25 per cent of Tho girls Aud 18 per cent of the boys were removed from the school for Rea son of illness. The Boston adar Liser declares that in this matter of mental overwork no general Law can to the same town agreed to an Exchange of i the prudent course is to medical and Legal services for their respective Anil prospective families a Cou tract which was scrupulously kept for forty live years. A St mar company of Catskill n. Y., has just finished a shirt for capt. Martin Van Buren Bates the Ohio giant which is said to be the biggest garment of Tho kind Ever made in America. Its length is 7-1 inches Waist 00 inches sleeve Tho Middle of the Back shirt Meas ure 03 inches neck 2g inches Wist bands is in Boj. It took nearly six Yards of Muslin a Yards wide and Tho material aloud Cost , wholesale Price. Fok Twenty years Edward Holroyd a wealthy , has imm ured him self in his suburban residence. For months no human being sees him. His orders to Tho family who live in Tho House Are passed out in writing and his i is passed in through a wicket. To takes the papers knows All that is afoot in Tho world but will see no one. To so years of age and a quarrel with his b him to this strict retirement in pursuance of it vow to have no More to have each child directed by the physician Tho loss of a diploma being More tolerable than the failure of health. A sew and original sensation drama has been brought out at Tho Standard theater in London called humanity a. Passage in Tho life of Grace Dar one not very clo sely connected with the plot it must to said is the rowing out to sea of Grace bar ton to save Tho Crew of a shipwrecked vessel and the other is a tremendous. Tight Between the two villains of the Piny in a room into which one has hired the other. In the struggle of which the London times remarked that it is stating Tho fact mildly to say that it is carried to the utmost Bounds Short of positive lists fire Irons and chairs Are in turn resorted to As weapons and ii july whoa they Are struggling no Tho Tho one to effect an escape and the other to prevent it the Steps give Way and crush the two scoundrels seems to have to death. This scene been suggested by the famous Northumberland Street tragedy in july 1801, when a Money Lander gossip for the ladies. Llorien Anil i do not nay our journey Koes we scout Mamilu Rosoh there ind at bound Ribort Homo in ibo Tomb Thi us year. I Siw Ricl not with human mirth l f not. The Man who his i ural in run Frok the Earth Allu a Welgh bulb Willd cup Del to it Elm. I to Lix i not at floor with clo Sofii Houk a of Dinovo Ida Acorn Crown him o or i cd o or i Sui for Bina who a Tho Thorn. Do with Man or woman or child As j named Roberts lured a maj. Murray Ion lie lived. Into his Chambers wishing to got him out of his Way being in love with Mur Ray s mistress and shot him in the Back Over him to see that to was dead. A St Ashe fact Lias just come to Light Chat Tanosi. Amau . E. Dut living in North Alabama who has years hav j feigned death feeling that his ing lost the faculties of speech and hear j strength was returning and when Rob ing i a disease was of Tho Steamer org the tongs and Wilder and while asleep in a berth the Roborts Down. A fearful boat struck a Snag and to was thrown out. A imagined the boat was sinking and ran from his room almost stupefied 11. Joker Trio fair wit. They wore strolling together in Tho Moonlight by the water n Edge at the foot of Tho Garden. Taking advantage of their fancied seclusion the Young Man gently encircled the Maiden s Wairt with his Arm and drawing her to him for the first time in the course of their love partook of that refreshment which is fabled to surpass in sweetness Tho most exquisite Cranberry Jam. The next morning after breakfast her father took her aside and coldly remarked Mary you were walking with Wal ter last yes what waa to doing while Yon stood so close together at the foot of Tho the Maiden blushed deeply but quickly recovering her presence of mind answered papa you have a right to know. He was Only heightening the effect of the Eagle Homo str nire announce. La Lullah. It is not uncommon to find Tho Bride de scribed in the old magazines As a most amiable Young and the amount of her dowry is frequently stated. Thus a banker s daughter is to have brought a Fortune of Tho Edinburgh weekly Magazine of aug. 12, 1773, announces the marriage of a min ister to lady Barruw a Young widow lady with a handsome Fortune and entirely suitable to the character of a Tho sew me 17s6 thus announces a runaway match at Gretna Green Benjamin Ruddell an eminent grocer and tallow Chandler of Fulton to 31 iss fort Casque Only daughter of or. Forte quo a agreeable Young lady with a haul Sonj a Ashur marriage is recorded in Tho Samo Magazine As having taken i place after a courtship of Twenty seven of the seventeen marriages announced in the Yorkshire Man of april a 1s37, one is said to have taken Placo i after a tedious courtship of thirty and of another the Bride Wiio is stated to be a Green grocer has of Tho neck and the Temple leaning withstood the blasts of fifty i All the Yeai Jound. Struggle ensued the Money Lender hold ing Tho tongs with desperation and Tho major Labouring to Lull him Ere his own with terror. He fell ill from the Eft cts strength went through loss of blood. Of nervous prostration Aud in a few Days fj0 Sina shed a bottle of Roberts head his speech and hearing were restored. These facts Are attested by the Captain and All the officers of Tho boat and con firmed by the Man himself. In in Ireland is not in a flourishing condition. Somo recently published statistics show that in Tho year 1ss1 there were acres under crops a increase of acres Over 1s80. In 1s80 Tho extent returned under grass was of acres. This year the total acreage of grass lands is Given at acres a decrease of the same figures How a do crease of the extent covered by Woods or of about acres which combined with the grass lauds More i makes up for the increase of crop Page. There was a increase of of wheat 10.-137 of Oats Imd of potatoes but the returns show a de crease of acres of Barley of turnips of cabbage and of Ilax. Utica a Ferald Thomas Mcelrath Oil Iti i Hen he got m that condition pomp Lof Marlboro whose Case attracted wide j is but 8iftve, making him quiver All then battered his Skull with a heavy Metal vase and at last obtaining the tongs hit him on Trio head several times. Roberts crawled under a table to protect his head when Murray beat him on the Capo of Tho neck and on Tho wrists to disable him. He then tried to escape but found All the doors locked and was again confronted by Roberts whom he felled with tie Iron weapon taking a step backward to get a full opening the window maj. Murray . He was covered Vith blood from head to foot and the Bent and broken tongs were All Slippery with blood and plastered with hair. Pompey s prescription. Detroit free Frau old Dick Robinson a wealthy South Ern planter before the Lato unpleasant Ness was fond of Good Apple Brandy Aud sometimes would take it in such quantities As to give him Many Minia Ture views of the to who Over reached or eve in the Apple business. Mention three years ago because he Naid lie had not slept a Wink in ten years is still living without sleep. To says to has not closed his eyes in sleep for three years and indeed that has not slept at All for thirteen years. His neighbors say that they have been at his House at All hours of the any Aud night and have invariably found m Alert and wide awake. To is a member of the presbyterian Church of the place Aud his word is trusted by All who know him. To is in Good health and weighs Over 200 pounds. To is or 70, and does not work except on Small jobs about his House. He says he no Comfort at All in life but to i has Given no taking All Medicine and Waits for Tho coming of the dispatched for the family physician in great haste. Of one of Tecsa occasions i amp reached or. Montague a and breathlessly asked pc to ushered into his presence right the doctor had been out All night with a patient and was a Sjoving his breakfast und thinking what a Nice Nap he would have just after it when pomp popped his Huiai ii in the dining room door with his eyes fairly standing out with fright and Xci Tomoum and exclaimed Ole mis says she wants Yon to come see Ole Marker right what s Tho matter with your master Pom Mph doctor you know what a mat vacuous sneers having been put Forth by journals that raised cent co Tribu Titus for Sergt. Mason that or Bennett was permitting the widow of de Long to starve the a Ferald consents to say that almost Tho lost words uttered by the magnanimous commander of Tho Ocan Nitto to Jar. Bennett were a recognition that in event of possible misfortune to himself which he fully contemplated and knowingly adventured care would to taken of his wife and this is delicate As it is modest. It Isa Clear Cut contrast to the querulous paragraph the new York Tribune. Is Nuj tiling to be done by Tho Public for the wife and child of Tho dead explorer do Long or for the families of the other Brave Ruckri who perished with him Tho Simon paid to the widow of a Davy of or of he rank is a More jilt sauce and to of the other widows Aud orphans will be left without any pension at the Ifert Ltd begs complaining con temporaries to be assured that with or without Tho action of Congress or of the Public care will be taken of the widow and orphan of do Long of them alone but of every widow and every or Phan of Hie men who sailed with Tho and have those people sailed with their eyes open. They knew that Thoy were venturing their us. They were paid for going and or. Benue to is under no move compulsion to take care of their widows and orphans than of those of men who May perish in thy construction of a building ter wid olo Marker Dought my telling to. Old mis say come right has he been drinking again i spec to was the cautious reply. Well you hurry along Back Aud Tell your old mistress that Tho hair of the ilog is Good for the bite. Tell her that i la to there pretty soon. Pomp closed Tho door donned his Wool hat which he had carefully held under his Arm during the interview in Token of his politeness mounted his horse and was Loon at Hia master s Gate. Seeing him coming dashing Down the Avenue to the and being Over come with anxiety to Havo speedy re Lief for her husband mrs. Robinson met him at Tho Gate and nervously inquired if he had seen the doctor if to was com ing and what be said. Yes Uin. I seed him. Says hell. To Here directly. Says give Ole career a Good big dose o dog hair. He says Dat la fix. Him till he pomp you miserable idiot you know or. Montague did t aay any such thin ten no tie did. I tuck per tickler pains to recollect not to forget what he say. An i m sure he said dog the timely arrival of or. Montague saved his patient but pomp never heard the last about Tho Davy Crockett s election cry. Or. We. E. Butler a staff officer of Gen. Tackson in the War of 1312, died at Jackson teira., not Long ago aged 92 yours. Once he was Defeated by Davy Crockett Lor Tho Tennessee legislature. To owed bin defeat to the fact that Luibil a Carp it of his floor. Crockett pro Ciai Meo. From the my fellow citizens my aristocratic and wealthy competitor walks Day on goods minor to Tiu Liny of y or daughters Ever an ancient Loicl Ilcent Vith modern Floru i it is related of the Beautiful that when once at a supper with a number of fair athenians she had to begin a Gamo of forfeits at which All Tea players were bound to follow the initiative set by their Leader. Paryno who had a horror of cosmetics simply plunged her right hand in a Basin or water and rubbed her face with Tho pure element. When Tho other ladies went and did likewise and the Rouge Tho Pearl powder and Tho Vellutino Fay of the period came off the discomfiture of thu Belles pc Itea of Athens May to More easily imagined than described. This anecdote leads the Buffalo co in Meruil to re Curk that a Pecuil Ian act connected with this making up i of one s complexion is the Folly of Tho. Woman who beautifies with Rougo Aud in thinking that their use is not detected. The Bloom upon the Cheek is entirely unnatural. Mature never gave tints to any woman s Cheek Aud it is marvelous that silly women cannot real ize that they Only make the Wear of time or the ravages of dissipation More Jip Parent by their a Flora to conceal them i with paint _ next time you visit a bathing to says a lady contributor of the Sau Francisco chronicle look at the Doz ens of different limbs splashing around and you will realize that to properly study the stocking question you should begin at a watering place. When miss Kli Shanks goes in bathing she wears ringed stockings. This is not because she is a Bello Bui because those kinds make her legs look larger. A longitudinal stripes on Tho contrary Avo the Especial property of women of 40, who Are fair and fat and streaked and speckled Hose Are generally worn Only by those who do not understand Tho real Power of a pretty leg. The girl with a real pretty limb in cases it in a Plain Rose or Light Blue. That shows the full con tour Aud outline against the water Back ground. The same Rule that applies to Bath ing custom and costumes applies to everyday life. For this reason a girl when she bathes dress her leg for show. So she docs in Ordinary everyday life. Tho Only difference is that in our she shows it and in Rhc other she Don t. But accidents will happen and most women like being prepared for them. A girl who wears Black stockings i either decidedly wicked or so old that she knows her legs Are not of interest to an observing Public. Plain White Are the most seductive. A glimpse of a Dainty Black Boot capped by a few inches of stocking inn Bisbing amid mysterious and rustling masses of the whitest skirting More in Thralls men than the glance of n flirt by Eye or Tho tremor of a Ruby lip. Neglected wives let me give you a Point incas yourself in a Dainty wrapper and leave it open six inches at the Bottom to Yon can show your feet. Put on a pretty Low Cut Flipper and spend More taste upon the stockings you Wear than you do upon the ribbon in tout hair. Show those feet a ostentatiously in fact bashfully to Tho lord of the House so on every Opportunity and keep it up and then Mark my words no other woman can Ever touch his fickle heart. When poets like Swinburne toting and Oscar Wilde sing about kiss ing Tho dflint.y-, soft White feet of the women they love they betray their Boi. Men do Jiko pretty feet and legs and will to the end of the a we and Learned doctor gives Forth the information that Gulf Weed is an antidote for obesity. He does not however whether it is to to Tho hat or applied m the household lunar. The St. Louis Globe Democrat prints Tho font complaint in the suit of mrs. Alico Davenport divorce from her Benjamin k. Davenport of that City. The parties Are a Nivea of Georgia York i sept. 24, 1878. The wife asserts that weeks after their marriage her Hiis Banc without cause began to treat her with suspicion and mistrust and to is some toward her a cruel arid tyrannical should subject herself in till even to the Moat minute Neil trivial affairs entirely to his arbitrary dictation direction and command that he forbade. Her. Ever speaking to any gentleman find Ghe being ill he refused her. Permission to go to her Mother in and finally Only consented to her meet ing her Mother in new. York after she had taken an oath faithfully to observe certain rules which a Gross indignity to herself he had written out As follows Bules for the government of my wife s conduct while away from me june 1, 1879 1. Not to speak to any person or allow person to speak to her on the car except the conductor and Porter in Dis charge of their duty. 3. Go directly from depot in new York to mrs. Height s House and occupy room with Mother and sleep Only in Het room. 3. Speak kindly and politely to Stu. Haight but Noh in 6 Friendly or familiar manner. Say her that you do not to meet any one in the House ask for a table to yourself with Only your family or go somewhere else. 4. If Ever sing in Tho parlor or sit in Tho parlor or sing in your room when any person except your immediate fam ily be present. 5. Never Leavo Mother Day or right for five minutes at a time for any Rea Bon whatever. Do not walk ride or go anywhere without her even with your own brother. 6. Do not Call on any person whatsoever and allow no one who May Call on Yon to see Yon Uci Ess they to your Brothers or their wives. Do not speak to any person you May meet Wionia you May Lave known in Tho past. 7. Do not permit yourself to to introduced to any person whatsoever and if you Are a Pluso to speak to them. S. Write every night to to a full truthful and exact account of everything you have done where you have been with whom you Havo been to whom you have spoken and whom you have non. This Irist be done every night. Lot rothing sickness or death pre vent your keeping these rules for i will a Cuso no breach on any account. Do not leave new York even for an hour without my permission except Crook Lyn or Harlom. If my wife cannot keep these rules in word and in spirit i never desire to sea her again. Bex Jamie e. Dave tout. An american citizen abroad. I ought to except from the category of the common a Long Lank citizen of the United states whom i meet at Casino and almost everywhere else Mir eying tilings in general with an inimitable air it philosophic interest and Serene complacency undisturbed by the enter Latium but he affords to those about him. He wears a suit of coarse and heavy Black evidently ready made and much too Large for him. The a Shope Seiw sack very Long in the skirts Aud Tho sleeves. A fumbled Black silk Necker chief is wound High Limp , of which it is impossible to say whether it is meant to stand up or turn Over and Tho i Juro is crowned by a Black Felt hat at whose stupendous breadth the effete population of Europe Are never tired of wondering. Our Friend has a tangled Beard of Iron Gray and a stiff Pollard ii is Taco which docs not conceal Tho sub satisfied expression always playing about his Mouth. He carries his Hilinda behind him he treads with he throws his head Back that his shrewd twinkling eyes May bettor View the world from Broad Felt. He loves to talk when he can and anybody who Speaks our language. The first time i saw him at Monte curio a had fastened upon a Youg englishman reserved in responsive fresh faced carefully Clad buttoned up extremely tight his very Antithesis m everything Aud to this silent and somewhat astonished auditor to was imparting his impressions of Tho Casino Tho Mediterranean Tho concert we had just listened to and in particular the manners and customs of the British visitors occasionally throwing his jaws wide open for a Short and rigor Ous laugh and bending his stiff form in the Middle Lite the shutting up of a Jimick knife. Now to exclaimed in a confidential parenthesis i Ain t an English Man i a just replied the Youing Man i did hot suppose you it was the oily remark of our country Man which called Forth a cordial re spouse. I Law him treading Tho Corao on the morning of the carnival wearing the same Blask clothes and quite is much at his ease in the midst of Domi noes devils and pages As in Tho Gay throng at Trio gambling rooms and i thought what a target for confetti later in the Day i saw him Vicain. To had been through the Battle. The great hat in particular had suffered. But the Calm spirit was unruffled. Erect de liberate observant amused self pos so Sod taking in everything and assimilating nothing to was an Odd figure indeed but not a ridiculous one. To had begun so Jato in life to see Tho world and had brought to the Enterprise to Little preparation that you could not help wondering How to found his Way to this place from his farm on the Prairies and what sort Al must befallen him on the journey yet Unithe could you help respecting the Independence self Reliance and Good nature with which to illustrated so much that is estimable in the Ujj Norica character. Correspondence new Yore Tribune. Dumns a arc As a financier. When Dumsa the elder Bro Ufret out his play of Monte he made an engagement with Tho manager of Tho theatre de la port Saint Martin under which he was to receive francs extra if the first fifty performances produced an average of francs. On Tho night of the fiftieth perform Ance Dumas arrived at the Thomatra to Settle accounts. Said Tho manager it is just nine o clock now and we Are not Lively to Tako in anything More. You see Hist Tho total receipts Only foot up francs no that there in no Eitra Premium coming to Yon Ore right i replied the Sig but it s Deuce unfortunate As i had invited some friends to supper with me making sure Money and i Haven t got a Sou about my purse is at your the manager How much do you a Hundred Franca will suffice. Said Dumas touching Tho five Louis Aud walking away. Halt an hour later the treasurer brought the manager forty francs additional receipts Dumas had slipped out taken two boxes and made Iff Ancs by the operation. It broke the Fibber All up. He was fishing and a fish Warden stood and watched him and a Man came Olough and said to its out of sea son to catch fish. Why Don t you arrest that in a and the Warden replied True it s against the Law to but there s no Law. Against a Man s hold ing a pole with a Cord attached dangling in the s or is Likely Triebl Are upward of Agri land owners in term pos Lessing Leea than three and Quarter acres Earoll. Items of interest. The first Grain elevators of America were built in Chicago eleven years ago. Bossia. In the chief source of the Salt Supply to. Iho other govern ments of the Empire. The farm animals of great Britain represent about one half the total value of those of Tho i cited states. Tiie Moa or Dino Sis was a huge Bird of new zealand the largest specimens being1 three times the size of a Ostrich. The mountains round great Salt Lak Bear evidences of the existence at some Early period of a Nuch larger Lake in the same locality. The Island of Ceylon and the King Doms of pegu and contain almost the Only Ruby and Sapphire mines of the world. James Watt congratulated himself that one of his steam cylinders Only lacked three eighths of an Inch of being truly cylindrical. Tier blood of the negro find Esqui Maux is of the same temperature Al though the external atmosphere in which they live May vary by Kejs of houses fortifications and dishes in ado by a prehistoric people Havo been found in southwestern Colo Rado and Southeastern Utah a sew use has been made of dynamite in the Slaughter House. A thimble Ful placed on the Forhead of an animal and exploded causes instant death Celeite is Tho cultivated variety of the English Weed Small age. It introduced into England about the time of Tho reformation by some it Trianu who gave it the italian Namo Ccu Eri. The harpy Eagle of Southern Mexico has plumage so elastic and compact that Buckshot striking on Tho wings or breast of Tho Bird at a certain , Glauce off or fail to penetrate vital parts. Amoco the natives of Senegambia pulmonary Al emotions Are unknown yet a year spent in the Over crowded maa pens of the slave trader is Ari Fliorent to develop consumption in its most viru Lent form. Sev Kaii years ago the bleaching pow Der made in Tho world was tons per annul whereas it is now Over 000 tons. By this increase every Sheet of White paper and every Yard of Calico Mads in the world Havo been cheapened. A colossal aeolian Haro was made in Milan in 1786, by the abbe Gattoni. He stretched seven Strong Iron wires from Tho top of a Tower sixty feet High to a House near by. This giant Harp was heard in a High wind at a distance of several Miles Saccoh Durso to a German economist the income of Tho world is 000 debt taxes capital Sweden has the smallest or Franco Tho largest by Tho United stated has the largest income. When Henry iv., while Prince of Navarre was playing Dice a few Days be fore the massacre of St. Bartholomew the party broke up in alarm thinking buy saw on the Dice spots of Blooml Tho phenomenon is now explained scientifically not As Omen but resulting from the simultaneous contrast of colors. The Story of Cinderella has its origin probably in an old egyptian legend in which an Eagle steals Tho shoo of fail while she is bathing in the River and carries it to the King. He Admir ing the shape and seeing a Fate in the manner of its being brought to him summons the lady Aud marries her As in our modern Story. The much abused dragon flies Are perfectly harmless to human beings they neither bite nor sting but destroy vast quantities of mosquitoes fleas Aud other insects. They can be brought into the House to catch flies arid mosquitoes which duty they perform if unmolested. While in Tho Larvie state they perform the same Good work. Old oat. Of late it has become quite the Fash Ion to collect old Oak Tho revival of decorative Art during the last few years has again turned attention to old work and its value is cow fully recognized it is becoming rare. Ten years ago numerous specimens were to be had in the old timbered farm houses in Lancashire and Cheshire much of it still remained us it had been for centuries and 1 have Many pleasant recollections of the Olu kitchens open fire places and Low ceiling or Well supported on Oak beams filled with grand old tables of order cup boards buffets and Pewter Racks Well stored with the brightly polished Pewter. 1 remember gome instances where the old Oak has been put to very ignominious uses. I have seen Fine old coffers used As Corn bins in stables and i res cued onco a Noble Buffet which a boy had turned into tha Home of four Pink oved ferrets. Some years Ngo Belgium was an Excel Lent Neid and during our trip there i collected in Antwerp Ghent Mahucs Bruges and the Little towns in their Vicinity Over a dozen of the incest specimens of f Lemi Sli work i Ever saw last year i went Over Tho same ground with out finding one desirable antique Al though i found lots of imitations Ware to to had and were being sold As an Tique. There is an old Man in Ghent who imitates them very cleverly in fact so successfully that it is really difficult to Tell the spurious from the genuine. One Day was i went to see he showed me several specimens which i pronounced Shams he was very indignant and assured me they were his ancient veritable i went away and next Day sunday coming put of a Church year his place. I found his Yard door Ogen and got Aview through it of the old sinner very Busy with a pot of ammonia and a Brush stain ing up a new Cabinet into a veritable i went into the Yard Aad found the old fellow had quite a collection of old panels holds and carvings which he manufactured into tables and cabinets and As Radii cunning of .the.elephant. Is no creature in the world so cunning As and no creature moreover so Lull of duplicity. Its Clev or Cess at simulating attachment to its keeper flu be equated in he human race by the hypocrisy of thu slave toward his Mitsler in the a Vidiri Des plans in Paris never forgave his k be or for having made him ridiculous before the crowd assembled to witness his performance on a Penny trumpet which the. Poor Man had be m at the greatest pains to teach him a note Canie out in j Ai Dubon tribe in with a shrill should have been a deep contralto. The creature was vain of its artistic ski has All artists Are the a charge against the Iron bars crowd flying right and left in the "utmost.terror, while the keeper who fortunately bad time to creep through the opening left at Tbs Bottom of the Cage for. escape of ran. Out of sight immediately. Ter the Cage by the " expression of Tho creature s Eye that the grudge was owing still. The new keeper wisely withdrew the Penny trumpet Aud j Ai Dubon Tabac was heard no More. To wound the vanity of. The greatest of beasts is As dangerous As to Trifie with that of the greatest of monarchs. A Kentucky Boiton tent crypt on arriving at the spot my was abundantly gratified and rewarded. I Bow for Tho first time an immense of in the process of being barbecued. And this was the process a Large Trench had been dug in the about six or seven feet wide eight or Tea feet Long and four or five feet deep. This Trench had been filled with the Best of Beech or Maple Wood from the body of the Trees. I his had been Sot on fire and burned until. There was left a bed of burning goals some two or three feet deep that did not Emit a particle of smoke. The slaughtered of had been Laid completely open and two Large spin about eight feet Long had Peen thrust through each fore and Hind leg length Wise and four negroes or More taking hold of the ends of these spits had Laid tha of Over this Trench above the Burn ing coals. There the Bovine Monarch Lay cooking a beautifully As in Iny child Hood i had seen Many a Turkey suspended by a Long string swinging before the Large Wood fire that was burning and blazing upon the ample Hearth of our family Kitchen. And it was upon the same juices were All cooked in the negroes were All gathered around the of with Large swabs upon Long Sticks with which they incessantly basted it with a liquid prepared for this purpose and standing in Large kettles on either Side of the Trench. From Timo to time the Large bed of coals was stirred and occasionally they performed the difficult feat of turning Over the of so that each Side might be cooked at an equal rate of Progress. This work they greatly enjoyed. There was enough of the wild and strange about it to gratify their excitable natures. The stillness of the night the surrounding darkness and the gleams of Tho Larte and brightly burning bed of cools in the overhanging tree tops gave to the whole scene a weird character which awol re All Trio enthusiasm of their untutored natures. Through the Long night they cheerfully plied their task stirring up from the Depths the live burning coals and Bast ing and turning the of As often As was necessary. Frequently they Sang those strange wild songs that Are accustomed to improvise while at work and upon All kinds of occasions and As they echoed among the Forest Trees and floated out upon the night air the soft Sweet Melody was most enchanting. As i left to go to my room for the night Anco turned to look Back upon them from the darkness the Strango scene seemed not unlike a Corpany of Druid priests offering a sacrificial victim in some grand old English Forest. In Tho morning i made them another visit. Many of the coals had turned to ashes and the bed was much reduced in depth. But when the negroes put in their Long poles they stirred up an abundance of Bright coals from the Bottom. The of which Hod been placed Over the fire at Sundown Tho inight be fore was to be cooked till noon when the grand Barbecue dinner was to be eaten. Tho smaller animals such Ai sheep and Shoals and the various kinds of poultry were to be placed Over the fire in time to a nicely cooked by this hour. At that Tima every portion of j the of would be thoroughly done to the j Bone not baked and burned and dried i but made More Juicy and tender than i any one has fiver once dreamed that tha Best of beef could be who has not eaten it cooked in this Way i have never at tha hotels most luxurious private tables eaten any kind of meat poultry or game that was so Rich tender and agreeable to Tho taste As that barbecued in the manner described. How Jolt Potts teas repaid. Thirty years ago a poor girl named Carrie Roper in garments tattered and torn in adored to the Home of John Potts n Village Blacksmith in what is now known is Brooklyn pa., a few Miles from this City. Or. Potts took the girl in mud suggested to his wife that they adopt her they having no children of their own. Mrs. Potts objected feeling it her duty to Tako one of four of her sister s daughters if it waa deemed expedient to adopt a daughter. Or. Potts would not listen to his wife s suggestions j and determined to support the girl. A sent her to school in Bucks county where uhf took up the study of music with her academic course and graduated with High honors. Two years after Ehe graduated Potts failed to learn of her whereabouts. His inquiries did not bring any tidings of the girl and to gave her up As dead. His wife died in the Spring of 1s77, and to lived alone. He still continued his business As Black Smith though unable to save anything from his earnings with which to a few mortgages of his property. Recently a strange lady appeared at the Post office in Brooklyn and introduced her self As airs. James Rutledge of. Pitts Burg wife of a millionaire. Be inquired for John Potts and was escorted to his Home. Tho old gentleman recognized her at sight and was overcome. With Joy at her appearance. The lady had Como to take Potts to her Home where lie was to enjoy the Freedom of her Home during his Renmin Days. Sho paid off the mortgages on the Potts property purchased a handsome Monu i ment for the grave of mrs. Potts and i started with her old Friend for her Home in 1 soon after their arrival Sho made Potts a gift of in i United states pa., i Cor. N. Snn. A jackass that would t scare. Detroit free Fercsi a vagrant ass stood beside the track of the Sunset railway at the depot an engine moved slowly up it stopped within a few feet of the ass the Engineer blew one of those terrible screams pro longing and a blast sleeping Mill Ito dream of the Day of judgment. Did that score not Worth o cent. Did to shake from his limbs erect his Tail and Speed away b to the asses of based Rah faster than the bedouin coursers run Back to the Chapparal no he did t. He turned one ear to the engine just As a deaf man1 uses his tin ear trumpet and caught of the sound and when the steam blow whistle ceased All the echoes died away the. Animal straight ened out his neck opened his Mouth and in a voice that deafened air the roil Road men and caused the freight clerk to drop Hia pen can to i can to i can to i be beat sailing the baby Chicago it Beatrice a Good for it a Young woman of repossessing appearance stood in the door of tie editor Ial room and addressed her interrogatory in a seemingly general general manner to the gifted gentlemen who occupying the several Corners of the apartment. For a moment nobody seemed to re Gard the question us directed particularly at him but finally the trotting horse reporter removed his generously proportion de feet from the desk on which they rested and allowed a witching smile to play Over Iii Quarter stretch features have you a Why replied Tho Young the tone of her voice indicating Surprise slightly tinged with anger. said the personal Friend of Barus you must t get angry because Oce soft sensuous Day in summer when the Birds Wero twittering their sweetest twits a woman came no hero on Tho some errand Yon and after we had picked out a pretty smooth title for her forget whether it was Miriam or Carita we settled went away Happy and along in the full Tho Golden tinted As the leaves were turning Brown and All nature seemed hushed in Sweet repose waiting for the base Ball championship to be decided she came Bock again with Ful weary look in her soft Brown and said she had been was a boy. Woman s nature you know go buoy Antly hopeful so sweetly Previ Ous that she will frequently mistake a four flush for the real article. It is the painful memory of a blackened past that makes cautions about furnishing names for babies until we know that the Little cherubs Are Here. Do you catch the lady nodded. Resumed the admirer of Maud s., there Are Lota of things to be considered in naming a baby. Tour Hus band s name replied the lady. That in t a Bod name although it would be difficult to ens Roud it with the Mystic Glamour of Romance. But i hardly think Beatrice would look Well in front of it. The name of Vou know is always associated with stateliness and Beauty Bud your Little Tootsey Wootsey might grow up Bow legged and pug nosed. And besides Beatrice Perkins would t bound just right. You might Call her if you said Tho lady severely we always fall pm it1 in this office eaves time and prevents our getting rattled. As i was saying you might Call it Perkins maid or Belle of Perkins Ville or something like that. I knew Man in Kentucky who had a Chestnut i can hardly see what that has to do with the matter under said the lady in a severe tone of voice. Tou Are right Madam i did swerve a Little that time. Now sweetheart in a Good name. Out in California they think that sweetheart can. Take the Pola from anything that looks through a bridle. Now if you had twins you might Call one sweetheart and the other Darling put the tallest on the off Side and by checking the near one no a higher nobody could see the difference Between them. Of course if they Are not gaited alike or you had to put a kicking strap on one it might be let me1 Tell Yon again said the indy. That i a not horse. Perhaps this turning to the literary editor could give to the in formation i certainly replied that per son. Tou should name your Little treasure name has Inch it Sweet dreamy aristocratic of course i said the Molli fied Mother and i am exceedingly obliged for your Sho departed. You seemed to Low your said the literary editor to tha horse reporter. Replied the Young Man Sho. Carried me to a double break at the turn but i should have settled pretty Quick and Como Down Tea Homestretch very fast if she had t hurried me to much in scoring i d have picked out it Daisy name for that fill of v the Only time a politician won Exchange Liis a first heaven when he. Is Defeated for an office. Or. And mrs. Welckle. From the Boome Rad old Man wicklow and Hia wife while walking along the Street going Home from a mite society engaged in a quarrel. I not going with you More said mrs. Wickle. You too old a Man to Cut up the Way you did to night the idea of an old Man who has the rheumatism so bad that he can t put his socks on mornings going to it. Mite meeting and cavorting and Romp ing As you have done to night i say it s a i May have Sam the old Man but i Haven t got dyspepsia. I Don t growl and snap at everybody. Tou have been growing worse for Tho last ten years. If you did t have to to pick at i believe you d i won t walk with a Man that acts like a How does a Rhinoceros asked the old Man thinking that he would catch her on natural history. Acts like a fool that s How he and mrs. Wickle walked rapidly away leaving the old Man several be Hind. He anally caught up just m it Young Man came walking Fulong. Tou Are walking pretty Laid the old gentleman. His wife did t anything. It s clouding he remarked it must be going to the old lady made no reply but the Johnng Man took in the Yon old he exclaimed Ltd dressing or. Wickle what do you moan. By attempting to thrust your company upon a lady who does not wont you it g becoming too frequent for ladies to be insulted on the a tree by loafers. Get toe Young Man struck at Wickle. The old lady clubbed her umbrella and exclaiming that s my Gaye the Young Man an undignified blow. The old Man encouraged by Luv wife s strike for Tho Union jumped on the Young Man and held him while the rattling ribs of the umbrella fell on the youth s head with a sound like the fall ing of Hail stones. Samuel no one can break no our Domestic said his wife after Battle. No said the old Man. A Man tries the Domestic happiness of my household a catches my Congo dated Power of of the seashore but not much so. The lights Aro too Bright and the mood is too uneven. He drowsy Brown autumn hillsides somnolent sheep arid deep dark Inland not easily accessible or too near. Sheep Are his bikes. High backed chair smoking while a look at them

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