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MAN KILLING HORSE
THE WAY HE ACQUIRED HIS HATRED FOR HUMANKIND. It All Brffaa With the Crmrt Treat ment He Hecelred In Hli Colthood. Ylcloua Inrldenta That Marked 111a Downirard Career. The development of a vicious horse from au Innocent colt Is descriliou' by Sowoll Ford lu one of the stories In 'Horses Nine." The coifs disposition wns first spoiled ly ignorant and cruel handling ou the farm of one Perkins. Thou he wns sold, nnd his subsequent career Is thus pietured: In the weeks during which he trailed over the fruit district of southern Mich igan in the wake of the horse buyer Illue lUnzes learned nothing good nnd much that was ill. He finished the trip with raw hocks, n hoof print on his flank and tooth marks on neck and withers. Horses led in a bunch do not Improve lu disposition. Some of the scores the blue roau colt paid in kind, some he did not, but he learned the game of give and take. Men nnd horses alike, he concluded, were against him. If he would hold his own, he must be ready witli teeth nnd hoofs. Especially he carried with him always a black, furious hatred of mnn In general. So lie went about with ears laid back, the whites of his eyes showing and a bite or a kick ready in any emergency. Pay by day the hate in him deepened until it became the master passion. A quick footfall behind him was enough to send his heels flying as though they had been released by a hair trigger. He kicked first and investigated afterward. The mere sight of a man within reach ing distance roused nil his ferocity. Toward his own kind Rlue Mazes bore himself defiantly. Double harness was something he loathed. One was not free to work his will on the de spised driver if hampered by a pole nnd mate. In such cases he nipped manes nnd kicked under the traces un til released. He had a special antip athy for gray horses and fought them on the smallest provocation or upon none at all. As a result, Blue Mazes, while know ing no masters, had many owners, sometime" three in a single week. He began his career by filling a three months' engagement as a livery horse, but nfter he had run away a dozen times, wrecked several carriages nnd disabled a hostler be was sold for half his purchase price. Then did he enter upon his wander ings In real earnest. He pulled street cars, delivery wagons, drays nnd ash carts. He was sold to unsuspecting farmers, who, when his evil traits cropped out, swapped him unceremoni ously and with ingenious prevarication by the roadside. In the natural course of events he was much punished. I'p and across the southern penin sula of Michigan he drifted conten tiously, growing more vicious with each encounter, more daring after each victory. In Muskegon he sent the driv er of a grocery wagon to the hospital with a shoulder bite requiring cauter ization and four stitches, lu Manistee lie broke the small bones in the leg of u baker's large boy. In Cadillac a Imnnllng stable hostler struck him with uu iron shovel. Blue Blazes kick ed the hostler quite accurately und very suddenly through a window. Between Cadillac and Kalaska he spent several lively weeks with farm ers. Most of them tried various tam ing processes. Some escaped with bruises und some suffered serious In jury. At Alpena he found an owner, who, having read something very con vincing in a horse trainer's book, elab orately strapped the roan's legs ac cording to diagram und then went into the stall to wreak vengeance with a riding whip. Blue Blazes accepted one cut, ufter which he crushed the aveng er against the plank partition until three of the man's ribs were broken. The Alpena man was fished from un der the roan's hoofs just in time to save his life. This incident earned Blue Blazes the name of "man killer," and it stuck. He even figured In the newspaper dis patches. "Blue Blazes, the Michigan Mau Killer," "The Ugliest Horse Alive," "Alpena's Equine Outlaw" these were some of the headlines. The l'crkins method had borne fruit. The Barred Bond. "There is only one road to success in life," said the muu who had made his lucky and retired. "And how shall I know the road?" inquired the budding young man. "Well," replied the man with the lucky, "you go right along this path of adversity until you reach the first turn to the right." "Yes, yes." "And you'll find a road barred oft with a gate and a sign that says 'No Trespassing.' Well, that's it." Balti more News. Her Own Idea. "Your daughter," said Mrs. Oldcastle lifter being conducted through the new ly finished wing of the magnificent pul nce occupied by the Biillingtons, "has tuicli a splendid vocabulary!" "Io you think so?" her hostess re plied. "Josiali wanted to get her one of them escritoires, but I made up my mind right at the start that a vocabu lary would look better in n room fur nished like hers Is even if it didn't cost quite as much." Chicago Reeord-IIer-uld. linen What He Meant. "That grocer of ours speaks the most fragmentary English of any one I ever heard," said Mr. rrecise. "You mean 'broken English,' my dear," corrected Mrs. Precise. "YOU know he is u t'crmuii." "I mean fragmentary," repeated Mr. Precise.. "The man stutters." Judge. A disordered stomach may cause no cud of trouble. When Iho stomach fails to perform its functions the bowels be come deranged, the liver and kidnoyg congested, causing numerous diseases, tlie most fatal of which are painlesa and therefore the most to be dreaded. The important thing Is to restore the stomach ami liver to a liealthv condition, and for tliix purpose no better preparation can be nwd tlmn I'liamoeriain s Biomacu ami Liver Tablets. Kor sale by Dr. Dunn, Tionesta, W. U. Wilklns, West Hickory, m:tti.k, roiiTi.AM), i.o anuki.eh are (whiIv reached bv Allen's special par ties. Write II. C. Allen, C. P. A T. A N ickel Plate road, Erie, Pa. A6-a'2X THE KIANGS OF INDIA. These Wild ll-traea Are Ylrlona and Said t Be I'ntamahle. Writing cf the ki:iii;;s. or wild horses, of India, found near the land of Tibet, Thomas W. Weber in "The Forests of Upper India and Their Inhabitants" says: Here for the first time we saw the klang. or wild horse. Several herds came to look at us as we inarched and galloped around, neighing and kicking up, but kept ut a respectful distance. They have big, ugly heads and tnils and ears like a in lie's and a black stripe dowu the buck; color, light bay, with white noses. They have tine free action in trot und gallop und tire four teen to fifteen hands high, strong in the legs nnd heavy lu the Ikm1.v. We were welcomed by the neighing of nu merous wild horses to the laud of the klang. Several herds kept circling round, the old stallions approaching lu a quite threatening maimer, snorting, squealing und kicking up their heels, while the mares und foals galloped, off at a more respectful distance. There was a herd of kiangs which careered about our camp in a most objectiona ble way, making the most fearful dls turUinivs. We witnessed a battle roy al between two stallions, which for ferocity and wicked fury surpassed any light 1 have seen. Again and again the pair went ut one another like ti gers, biting and kicking and mauling. the blood flowing freely, while the fear ful yells and roars they kept up were terrifying to hear. This went on for hours. The horrible roars and shnck- lngs made by the wild horse when fighting sound something like a noise betwivn a donkey s bray and the squealing of a Jackal, but Tar more ear piercing and discordant. Here the klang is found In considerable num bers. He is. according to the Hunia accounts, untamable. There was a young one purchased at Bagesar fair from some Hunias for a small price. The purchaser thought he had a goHl bargain und proposed to send the ani mal to England, but when his men went to bring away the purchase no power could induce it to leave its fos ter mother, an old Ahbet pony, which the clever Ilunias refused to sell ex cept for au exorbitant sum. EXPERTS IN WOOD. The Old Violin Makern nnd the Mate rial They I'aed. The great violin makers all lived within the compass of 1.T0 years. They chose their wood from a few great tim ings felled ill the south Tyrol and floated down In rafts pine and maple, sycamore, pear and ash. They ex amined these to find streaks and veins and freckles, valuable superficially when brought out by varnishing. They learned to tell the dynasty of the pieces of wood by touching them. They weighed them, they struck them and listened to Judge how fast or how slow or how resonantly they would vibrate in answer to strings. Some Krtions of the wood must be porous and soft, some close of liber. Just the right beiim was hard to find. When found, it can lie traced nil through the violins of some great master and after his death In some of his pupils. The piece of wood was taken home and seasoned, dried In the hot Brescia nnd Cremona sun. The house of Strad ivarlus, the great master of all. Is de sitIImmI as having been ns hot as nu oven. The wood was there soaked through and through with sunshine. In this great heat the oils thinned and simmered slowly ami js'iietrated far Into the wiHid until the varnish became a part of the wood itself. The old violin makers used to save every bit of the wood when they found what they liked to mend and patch and inlay with It. So vibrant and so reso nant is the wood of good old violins that they murmur and echo and sing in answer to any sound where a number of them hang together on the wall, ns If rehearsing the old music that they once knew. Hard on the Ladlea. Very few remember the existence of a certain remarkable statute which was passed in the early days of (leorge III. if indeed they ever heard of It. It runs to the effect that If any woman "entices any of his majesty's male sub jects Into marriage by the use of any powders or paints or false hair or wool on the cheeks she shall be prosecuted for sorcery." What n cause celobre It would lie If any of his present maj esty's male subjects were to endeavor to put the law into action. What a rush there would lie of fashionable la dies to secure front scuts In court for the hearing. London Tntler. From the Father's Side. Senator flraphter Weil, did Sterling say he'd vote for our bill? Senator Mulncliuntz No; he said he couldn't Imagine n bill of a more crook' cd and odious character. Senator !raphter Did you tell him I was fathering the measure? Senator Maincliantz Y'es, nnd he said he fancied the bill's characteris tics had been Inherited. Philadelphia Press. Hyphen Sureeeda Hymen. The Professor They have traveled safely along the happy Journey until now their hoes are nlsiut to lie re alized. Mrs. Muluprop Yes, Cupid, the god of love, must now give way to Hyphen, the god of matrimony. Kansas City Journal. Humility is the virtue all preach, none practices, and yet everybody Is content to hear. Seidell. Mind is that which perceives, feels, remembers, nets and is couwlous of continued existence. HO WrXT-niKAHKMT KATKS and host accommodations. Allen's spec ial parties afford both to those who ar range early with H.C. Allen, C. P. 4. T A., Nickel Plate road, Erie, Pa. Low rates for other days too. A4-a34 iO WEST O.MFOKTAIII.Y yet cheaply by joining Allen's special parties to leave Erie, Pa., February 17th, March :id and 17tb,April7tb, 21st and 30th. 20 years' ex per inn e in conducting par ties. Hundreds of tetimonials to show. Write II. C. Allen, C. P. t T. A., Nickel Plato Road, Erie, Pa. Low rates for other days also. A3-S2--I Crocodiles la Water. The crocodiles nre thoroughly aquatic lu their habits, and their js-culiar con formation enables them to attack and seize their prey unawares. Their nos trils, which lead by a long canal to the back part of their throats, their eyes and their ears are placed on the upjier part of the lieud. so that when In the water they van breathe, see and hoar, while they are themselves practically Invisible. When they dive, their nos trils nnd ears are closed by lids or valves, and their eyes are covered by a transparent liictitatlngmcis brane. They are further furnished with uu a-.Tange-ment which prevents the water from getting down their own throats when they nre holding large animals under the water to drown them. The dentition of these reptiles Is pe culiar. The teeth nre sharp nnd con ical und are hollow ut the base, und each tooth servos as the sheath of an other, which will lu time replace it. The tongue for notwithstanding the ancient belief the crocodile does os sess a tongue is fleshy and Is attached to the bottom of the mouth. And final ly the lower jaw is hinged at the very back of the skull, thus giving the ani mal Its extraordinary gape and ulso the peculiar uppearain-e which caused the notion that It moved its upper jaw. Carton Klre Alnrni. in St. Petersburg the arrangement of fire alarms is rather peculiar nnd de cidedly unique, ami the fire alarm tele graph is nu unknown thing. Instead a fireman is nt all times in the tower of the city hall, and he watches the sur rounding city to catch the first glimpse of a fire. When a fire Is discovered during the day, he runs up black balls on the top of the tower as signals; at night rod lanterns nre used. The unru lier of the balls or lanterns shows the district or ward in which the fire Is located, says a writer on "Foreign Fire Fighters' lu Cosmopolitan. As soon as the signal is seen by the man ou duty at the engine house he-rings a bell outside, which calls together th meniltors of the company, who may lw scattered over a couple of blocks. This method Is not conducive to quick tiuit in reaching the scone, and from twenty minutes to half an hour is good work unless the tire happens to be near ac engine house. Chanired Ills Mind. Jinks, like other men. has a horror of Infant prodigies os exploited by their proud papas. Uocontly Binks met him with: "Hello, Jinks! What do you think my girl said this morning? She's the brightest four-year-old in town. She said" Jinks shied. "Excuse me, old man!" he exclaimed. "I'm on my way to keep an engagement. Some other time" "She said. 'Pupa, that Mr. Jluks Is the handsomest man I know.' Haw, haw, haw! How's that for precocity, eh?" And Jinks replied: "Binks, I'm a lit tle early for my engagement. That youngster certainly Is a bright one. Come Into tills toy store and help me se lect a few things that will please a girl of her taste, nod I'll send them to her. If you don't mind." New York Times. (iooil Pnate. Not every man can make a good flour paste that can be preserved without decay or mold. When such a paste is needed, try the following: Mix good, clean flour with cold water Into a thick paste end continue mixing until the flour nnd water are well Mended. Now add boiling water and stir until It Is thin enough to spread with n brush. Add to this a spoonful or two of brown sugar, a little corrosive sublimate and a few drops of oil of lavender and you will have u paste that will .hold with wonderful tenacity. In Holland. Many of the country dames and dam sels In Holland look us If they had beei brought up on soap and water. Their faces glisten so preternaturally, their pots and pans, the red tiles of their Uoors, their tables nnd benches all bear witness so unmistakably to their cleans ing ardor. I suppose a fly In the butter they were churning or a mired foot on the boards they have but just sorubliod would be ns nearly likely to give them a fit as anything could lie. Cbamliers' Journal. A filnnt Kmperor. Mnximiuiis, the giant Roman em peror, could twist coins into corkscrews, powder hard rocks between his fingers and do other seemingly Impossible things. When angered, he often broke the Jaw of a horse or the skull of au ox with his list. His wife's bracelet served him for n ring, nod every day he ate sixty pounds of meat nnd drunk an amphora of wine. It el roapeet Ion. A Scotchman had two sons, one cv whom wns a doctor and the other t clergyman, of whom he was very proud. "If I had kent." said he, "thn ane of my sons was to be a medlea. man and the other a meenlster, I would never lino had auld Jenny McCo;h ftv their mither." Doctor Make So Mlaiakea. Patient But. doctor, only last week you said I would surely die, and today you see I am as well ns I ever was. Doctor Sir, I never make u mistake In a diagnosis. Your ultimate demise only a matter of time. Chlcngs News. A Strong Hint. Harduppe Say, old man, I liellove 1 owe you an apology. Freeman Well. I've heard It called a V, a fiver, a finuf plunks nnd flvf bones, but never uu apology before! Tretty nearly every ninety pound wo man has an ambition to be managinf editor of a 210 pound man. Pittsburg Disnatcb. Ilanarr aTCaliU anil lirip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pueum mis,. If reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for thoae diHeaxen we have yet to learn of single case resulting in pneumonia, which shows concluxivcly that it is cer tain preventive ot that datiKerousdisaso. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and sate to take. For sale by Dr. Dunn. Tionesfa, W. O. Wilkins, West Hickory. II OW atsiutyoiir stock of Stationery T Jxxik it up men, call ana see us. A Lnekr Bin Winning. 7a the old days," said a Colorado man, "Senator Tom Bowen came to Denver from Arkansus down on his luck. Steve Dorscy had just defeated him for the United States senate. "Tom didn't seem to catch on lu Den ver, though he was a good lawyer, ne wns run down at the heel, and he took to pin pool to kill time. The stakes were usually a round of drinks and a bunch of mining stocks, the par value of the stocks represented being entire ly consistent with the cost of paper and the price of printing. It was al ways a real hardship on Tom when he lost. The drinks had to tie paid for In cash, you know. But he seldom lost, ai-d, do you know, the little woman at home used to go through his pockets every night for mining stocks. "Well, one day there wos a high strike In a prospect not so very far from iH-nver, and In telling his wife nliout It the future senator sighed that he wished he owned a few shares. 'I think you do. dear, answered the little woman, and then to make sure she went und looked over her possessions. To make a long story short, Tom Bow cu went downtown that afternoon with securities worth half a million in his pocket, and he romoiirlored that he had won them nil in a single hnlf dny not long before." New Y'ork Telegram. Objected to Free Paffa. John Knapp of the St. Ioiils Repub lican had little use for press agents, and it took a mighty shrewd man to get a free puff from him. He never would publish n lawyer's or a doctor's name If he could ovoid it, for fear they might derive some benefit from the free advertisement. It Is said that one morning mention wns mnde In the Re publican t'.cy call It the Republic uow of a man having died of Brlght's disease, old man Knapp hunted up tl.e proofreader and railed him Into the private ot'ili-c. "Why did you let that get into the paper?" asked the old man. Indicating with his forefinger the objectionable paragraph. "I don't see but that's nil right," said the render, "You don't, eh?" snapped old man Knapp. "You don't, eh? Do you think we want to advertise that man Bright for nothing? He never had an ad. In this paper in bis life." Mnnx Cata. The peculiar breed of cats found in the Isle of Man differs from others only In that they have no tails, and the lack thereof Is the insoluble puzzle to nat uralists. Since it has become the fash ion to explain everything by the prin ciples of evolution, two theories have been offered one that, owing to the limited range nnd lack of dense forests, the original cats had no use for tails, nnd consequently they (the tails, not the catsi gradually atrophied for lack of use and liocnnio rudimentary; anoth er that the primitive Manx cut off all their cats' tails and lu the course of time developed a tailless breed. One thing Is certain the cuts nre there, and they have no tails. The Public Spirited Father. "Sir." said the proud mother to the popular author, "my son. who Is now fourteen years old, admires you great ly. He also is nn author. He has written a number of stories, and I wo Id have so liked to have you rend and criticise them." "Ah!" said the popular author, breathing hard. "But bis father put all of them Into the stove." "I should like to make the acquaint ance of such a num." said the author with enthusiasm. "He bus the spirit of a Roman father." Indianapolis News. Dreaalnar It I P. A Jasper ivunty farmer paid a high tribute to the literary talents of a Car thage real estate agent the other day. He decided to sell his place and got a n-nl estate agent to write n notice. When the agent read the notice to him, he said. "Read that again." After the second reudirg he said: "I believe I'll not sell. I've been looking for a place of that kind all i,v life and didn't know I had It until you descrllicd It to mo." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Anintcur Mlsrht Do na Well. "Tell the truth, now. You are a pro fessional beggar, are you not?" said the keen faced individual who had lieen approached. "I used to think I was," replied the weary wayfarer, "but since 1.1 cents is nil I have to show for n day's work I I am forced to the conclusion that I am merely an amateur." Stray Stories. A Jerrold lletort. When Albert Smith grew tired of be. lug the butt of Douglas Jerrold's wit, he one day plaintively remarked, "Aft er nil, Jerrold, we row in the same Jioat." "Y'es." answered the clever play wright, like n flash of lightning, "but not with the same skulls." Hnmnn 3afnre. "What nre the respective ages of the father and the son?" "Well. I judge that the former Is over fifty, Ihtiiiimp I notice he likes to be called 'my lsiy.' and that the latter Is under twenty-five, for the reason that It pleases him to be addressed as 'old man.' "-Smart Set. The Vnexpeeted Rennlon. St. Peter Which wife do you waut to live with? Shade Are they nil here? St. Peter-Yes. Shade I thought you said this was heaven! Detroit Free Press. He Wlpea Ilia Forehead. She Don't you always shiver when you pass the cemetery? He Not I. I'm going to be cremat Colimililn T"ster. The Pioneer Limited. Between Chicago and St. Paul tbe train of trains is tbe Pioneer Limited of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul Railway. It has no equal and it runt over the Fast Mail route. If you are going that way be sure to take the Pioneer Limited JJookltt frep. J oho It. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D, Parte Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 3-lH 2i FREE TRIAL Costs You Ncthing If You Are Not Cured The proprietors of that splcrdid rem edy Thompson's Barosma, Backache, Kid ney and Liver cure authorize the drug gists of whom you buy their remedy to re fund all your purchase money if the Barosma fails to cure you. The Barosma sells at one dollar a bottle or six for five dollars. With each purchase of six bottles your druggist will give you a guarantee certificate. Thompson's Barosma is performing wonders not only in the great number of cases cured, but in the fact that the cures are Permanent. Look Out for These Signs Pain in the back, a giddy sensation or headache, palpitation of the heart, a sal low complexion, a bad taste in the morn ing, flatulency and fullness of the stomach costivness, loss of sleep, cold feet and fee ble circulation. Is there a sediment in your unine, or a scum on it after it has stood for twelve hours? Is it stringy and ropy? Are you sure that albumen, the most vital element of the body, is not be ing wasted away in the urine? Does the urine stain your clothing? Do you have an unusual or scanty supply ? Do you get tired easily? Is yourureath short? Do your feet and ankles swell ? Do you have Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Gout ? Take immediate warning ; do not wait ; you will get worse instead of better. Barosma and Dniuleloin and Mandrake Pills will cure you and save a doctor's bill. $i.oo a bottle, or six for $5.00, AU druggists. WATCH REPAIRING Clock Repairing and all work pertaining 10 mejeweier s iraue, promptly and accurately done. A en Sllvei Inc Watch Cases traded for Old Silver Cases In any condition. Old watchos taken in ex change for new ones Anderson A O'Hara barber shop, Tionesta, Pa A Message from George II. Daniels. t'onwrnlulnlra ( lilrnun, Milwaukee. A HI. 1'nnl Itnilwny on New l.lnc 10 I lie Connt. To F. A Miller, Genera! Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Ry. Dear Sir: I congratulate you ou the improved service 'hat you are giving and the fact llist you now have a through Hue to California. This fulfills a prophecy which I made about 1873 or '74. The new depar ture for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway will certainly bring it a great dial of business. GEO. II DANIELS, Gen. Pafseiiger Agent, N. Y. Central & Hudson River It R. The above shows something of the tremendous interest taken iu the in auguration of through service to Ne braska, Colorado, Utah, California and Norih Pacific Coast points by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway, in connection with the Uu ion Pacific Railroad. Railroad men to-day predict its gr at p polarity, as Mr. Daniels, a generation ag. pre dicted that such a natural route would some day become su important part of the great transcontinental highway. The new overland service includes three through train, Chicago to San Francisco every day. In addition to standard sleepers, Chicago to San Fraucisco, on all of the above trains, Tho California Ex press, at 10.25 p. m , carries a tourist sleeping car Chicago to San Francis co. The berth rale in this city is on ly $0 all the way. Only $33 for a railroad ticket Chicago to California, via this line, every day until June 15, 1903. John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D. 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