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SPOKANE FALLS, W. T.
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Frank M. Danam.
Tamika}? Hirlisuuvrn .x.’
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
'rlurmnuu. own-um.
Rep. ln COEKI’PMIL ......,....'l‘lms. 11. Brena
Caveman“... ................\\'lu. A. Nowell
Boonm_\\ 11. (Iwiugs
Audiunr............ .'l‘. .\l. HOOll
m~un-r....,... .....Fnlllvis Turin-ll
5 Surveyor mom-ml.-.“ ......“ .\lv.\ll<-k(-l'l
Hum. l‘ululn- lllxlmvlnnl....l. N. lloughlun
übnruneroml Evans
nun-ma urnuzm
' Judge In Juan-m 1 mmn~c...«'. s. “'mgnnl
Clork\ IL Ayvrx
Depuly('lerk T J. lm-khvurt
Jolm Rel muenu1i\‘0......“......Jamb Sun-l
mrx'n' "Fl-‘N‘lflul.
Connnllm-u..................1.. 12. Whlmhoum
Mung Attorney"... ..."...8. C. Hydc
[mum-w H. mm.»
Bhoflfll’ \\’. Dillon
Trulunr ............l W. Payne
Pmbllo Judge....,.,..,.....,....,\\'nnu-r l'ul-I-
T. 1-2. Jn-nnlngs
Comml-u10n0n............. I'. P. May
J. J. l'uu-r
School Sulnrlnwndenz..........\. J. “‘nrn-n
Allen-or. ......R A. )lulk'msuu
sun-ey0r........,,.........,..........J. kalml'l
C0nnyr............,...........L. P. \anerlmun-
Bheep ('ommluloner ..........l nurmwu
CITY ()FFIL‘IAL‘L
M1y0r........ ...........J xulnvor
Pie-idem (‘lly (‘uunri1.........J. E. Handy
Counclluun. .....m. n. F. llurrh
" ~........l‘utor Inn-Mr
“ \\( (:my
“ .A .\l. (‘annon
“ l-‘vlix leonrirh
“ .............\l. L. Grimmer
M1nhn1......... ”...-11. 11. Hym-
Clerk Ind Jul-(let- o! l‘vm-v .S. (i. Whitman
Ragnar min a 0/ (he I‘I‘I” (mum! III"
, halal on Mt flu! .IYI/mluy u] curl: maul/n. u.
Welll. Hum; [-31 n'ru ufllr‘o‘, an limnmlv
cum. tau of [Luann] arrrrl.
/ SCHOOL mnu‘mrm.
090. A. Duvln. Dr. L. 11. \Vlliu-lmlw‘.
J. J. Bruwnl’.
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PBoFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. H. MORGAN, . l
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PHYSICIAN AN I) Sl'llhlixb', ‘
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Olllra form-r n! . HI llll'l Main ”rt-rut!
Hpukulh- Pam, \ 'mhuuum Trrrllury. .
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A. SCAMPBHLLMB. I
lamb: Royal Coll: Phys: and Surgeons :
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Law Surgeon N. P. R , E- D- ‘
qu-‘H‘E in“ mul N: :m lllw‘r‘l‘lt-uvonuml
Irmv . our m... ..1 Run. v-v-ruvr. \
ocll—Ololln. "L: llofilnud 7mp. m. .
O. B.23NPIBLD, Mill
Hoznooopat hie 1
rnvslcuu um suneaow
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Spokane hm, W.,T. I
Dam on .Va'v‘u 11.. um la (In Immune. l
I. i. no"; _ r. u. Mac-mos. ‘
BROWNE &JAMIESON 1
Aflomeys @ Counselors-at-Lawl
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9 sad um «reel. nvlldn,§|~nlunv Fullui
uhlnnm Torruory. l
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ml a. swarm,
Attorneys at Law,
Jpokmu i'alla. W. T.
'wm pneurv In all m» ('ourH 0! Wn-hhw
ton. Sunburn mum Ind “'ullvm Mum
nn-Tmlmnm
FM fiddle "my!" run! Said. Monty
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a. v. nun". :. n. tum».
BINKLEY & TAYLOR.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, .
“ lUPOKANHVFALIJI. WM". Tun.
"CIAL nul-nuun mvrn u: mllwllflnu.
[in] Hunt» lrnndullnnu And Lam; Ulflce
.gu can. mum- ln'l'unlmn'n bun.
ION]! I'o MAI.
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Mark. W, Musgrovq.
ATTORXEY-AT-LMXLO
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WILLpr-mlevln the coun- M Hahn Ind‘
Wumnmu.
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muws 5. Jonas,
Attorney? and‘ Counselor: a! Law.
PROXPI'nuu-uon ulvvn lnnll IA-[Il nun
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CHENEY. - -, - - W. T.
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O. G. BRADSHAW,
Attorney at Law.
WILL fact!" In the ’r-rrmmnl nml Put
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mag...” In." m::m*z:-..;;"'.2'
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Mll- Ilkdur “wan-em.
mun mm IM- nl R‘vonlde avenue
nnr roman! flow-M Imel-
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I'. 'l‘. CLARKE,
Wm: Avnxun
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PA“ wmwmwn on III"
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jMachme Shop,
I 05 THE Ill“ "‘LAW", FINIKANI‘: FALL".
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I All “lulu ol "flfgllllf Rep-III“.
I and Forging. Wail"- lud ”(chin j
i l-‘lltlnxn. l’nlernl "I .‘lodrl- ‘
! mule A: ('ullnn Pun-lulled.
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T ; Sample Rooms m
{flit—Kirififx‘ {a {timinfilupflp ._ }
HI'UKAN". b‘,\|J~‘|. 's'. I'. ‘
‘ Tm- wry but lmuulx ..1 ‘
iWlnes, lqulS, and Cigars, !
ilfundnnllytm hum], [mm In and --.um.-."‘
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Cr" Mn:- MAnz-r. i’
lI‘OKAN'I rum. w. 1. 1
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WIISDII & Turner. - - - Pro.
All klluh of
’QFRESH MID CURED MEATS
('nnflflllly on hand ll
Wholesale or Regan
The ”if/bu! Hi" hu‘d fur ('uunlry I'm
duct. Ill'dcla "Hugh! and Swirl.
Hhopun llownnldfm-z-I. bet. ham and plum ‘
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PALMTAMWILSON,‘ f
I’mv'lurz'rtmn. I
Main Street. Spokane Fans. W‘ T,,
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—.\l-nufm~lumrl ol
LAG JQII IBIHSJCR
A Inmelflupply nlwny- on "and.
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Aim Galen In
Wines. Liquors 6: Cigars.
D. I'. PHRCWAII,
; REAL MATE
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General BuSmaSS Agent.
WI! my. I‘.-rm! uni Unlmpmvml
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VOL. VI.
SPOKANE FALLS. SPOKANE (‘()l’f\3'l'Y. W. "2.1 SATI'RIMY SI‘IIVI‘I‘IMBI‘IR 22. [833.
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‘ PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS, ‘
Notion. und Hunhnu-ry. ‘
Cg». RiverS/w Avenue and Howard Street, Spoken» Falls. Was/z. Ter. 1
| n' In WELL.
i -n nm-n with tht-manilwlth un- iilhimntL
nnd with the t'ililli‘i' And the mm; -n in
\\'t-llJ—‘l Kuhn, IV. m
i Yen; n is well! The owning nit-unm
‘ lengthen; .
I lluml-I'l mint-n znten xniur nu outrun-nixed
min:
i Amt tin-ugh the lender tlen we ~tnn~e lu
umnmwn
‘ Dreult un by one—at evenlnn-ttmelth liuht.
"rt- well i The way In: nnon dull and weary.
The uptnt tainted utt urn-um in land:
No unnuhlne rune (rum xkles nll gmx and
dreary,
And yet our reel were bound to trend tlmt
nm¢
‘TI- well that not uuln our henna xln-Itu
nhlver
Beneath old narrows. anon In hunt in henl‘:
'nnn not gain buide Denth'l ltlrkmnle liver
'Mwo‘deyluruho good. the loved. the
“k
p. n, .
No more wlth lenn.Wl’nu[ht {mm deep Inner
| mun-mt,
‘ Him]! we lll‘Wllil the tll'nr Hope» rrtniletl
nnd Kllut';
‘ Numnre lll'l'll m- lnduubl or lenrlulnnxntnh;
i son-rum ilny n mm, llteJnnrnl-y done!
i .\t vuyngoru. nt- nerve wind. In m and mum-n,
1 (mm mm purl rpm-um n eullnl-r nity.
‘ N. we. nut hennnx nu ullr Imm nu- Inken
ut tempest pint, druv In our llzn-«n nlgh.
A «rm-t nirnnnv-th trunt nu- Nhure Immortal.
i inn-mm; Ilium-ward nun.“ :linN tit-rim“;
.\irlt-ul \\e whm- n...“ IIIn-upl-n purlnl
i run [lrvin mum th-knnln: with mm
‘ xnttleulhlnm
i'rn th'l Tin- Earth with lii m-r litytlni
i win».
I 'it 51 um: the )mwvrnlll’ serum ... mum-t;
i We ln-nr.nlnov~- the tumult iunl tlu- IIIIIMN.
[ nun lunes . llnua-It'. like an nnui-ik mnt
‘nm‘mmmhmm “'kuqu nut twinn
i trnrln: ‘
i The innmvun yum. nur an nllrlnut youth
i lull-It
I'llmiiv. wlth Winn hrneedJiw Fulnret‘u-ing.
\\'e lune hi-htndthe mm; than.“ tr... k.
i rrl'lldl‘lwtm.luttrltill.
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‘STORY 01' A PR“ ATEI-llt
i
i It was in the year 1779, the red sun
‘ hllll juflt emne up nut nttht- .\tl-nttle,
nnd nnw brightened the slightly rip
pled \\'nten nt .\‘nlt-tn lmrlmr. The
mil-i of the 'i‘ymnnieitle privateer, ‘
iCapt. Senna”; iunl been lumetl her
‘eulrie huve niturt. :Iml ~heonly “:liil'll
‘fnr the ehungi-ul the title to emu
: llll‘llt'l‘ her t-ruiw.
: She min for that en natnnishinyiy
‘ elipperhh. raking in ~p,xr<, sharp in
ihull, and eatlt-ulitted to curry un :t~-
itnnishing qu-tntity nteun\':|<. ”t'l'
rig Wat- thnt ni n twotupmil whnuner
—her Il)\\'t'rlll:l.-t~‘ being Very long
‘ and heavy, m in tn t-nrry large fore
and aft ~':Iil<. lier lvurden nppeun-d
‘tn lueutmut three hundred tun-4. .\‘in
\\'.l! pit-reed tur eight Nudity-lot"
‘ pound enrriinzllh-s on n side; it lung
1 Mus thirty:th pounder, wurklng ‘
on n pivot, shone hright n! gold he- i
‘ tween her nnutu, mounted high
‘ etmugh to work nhuut her hmmnm-k
‘ nettingd. Arnnnll her llttlsli l'trlliti
[i be seen the ulentn 0t lunnrtlillg-pike~
‘und mule-awe. At her timin-Inzut
n blood-red tin: fluutetl out. hearing
the ntuttu. “Dentin t'u 'l‘yrnnts" .\t
‘ the tore-truek, another reli "1|; lmre
the name I»! the swim-ner, "The 'i'y
rnnnieitle." iler tlgure head \\’:l\:l
~erpt-nt «trlking hl~4 hnw intu the
‘heurt n! nlnun \\'ho wuren t-rnn'n.
"Faking her altogether, ~he wn-z in
‘ deed in tlu'tuernus and n Huey-limiting
ienttt, mleulztted t 4) lxnlh tight nnli )
‘ «nil \\'ell. l‘pun her deek nmny Inen
lennld l~e seen. Hiltl‘Villfl that it she‘
I hill “teeth" she had him strength to.
‘ u~e them. i
i All"! her tum had been initiated
i up hut-the euptuln’s gig, and the otli- ‘
I eeru Were \\'utehlng the tide \'ery ‘
I impatiently tor Its turn.
i l're-tentiy Sean-nil appeared at the
‘y end in! the whurt. The ymtng enp- '
italn sprung into his hum amid the.
iupplnst- of hundreds"! eitizenx whn‘
i Imti withered there to see the print
teer um to sea, and inn few moments ‘
he wns on lunn’d his \'t-«el. "
With it elenr bugle-like \'niee, i
which needed no trumpet, the young!
t-nninmnder shunted: ‘
“Mun the enpst'tn burs, lmls, nntl
run the nnelmr up with u will. thnd 1
by thethund flying-jib halilurdr— 1
lay the hend-ytmls uluek. i
HIM urtlen were nheyed readily;
and in n tew nmmentn the swam] i
ot‘lieer, withstood on the tenet-tulle:
looking over the hows eried:
“She‘n hruken numundlslr!"
"Very Well, sir; run up tn the Jlb
nnd flying-jib, nntl haul the sheets to
sutrlumnl—nmn the IIDP‘RHHIHK nnd !
tnpnnli sheets tlnd Millard“ Ruutrl
with the eupntnn, men, and run tln
nm-hor up the lxnwn l" .
-A moment Inlermntl the, head mils
up, the. veering how at the s 'hnuner
proved her to he ull nwelgh, and then
came the nnler:
A I‘Plheet hmne, nnd heist uwuy top
null t'md tolemlltmt all“! 1"
Thin wma done; und,un the lore
and nit nailn, nlrendy up, filled. the
nehtmner t-egun to gather headway.
Then us she fell off heturp the wind,
she was inr out at the harbor, her
admin-«nun tilled, nnd nhe .«hut ahead
with illt‘l'('il."(‘(l \'elneity. ’l‘he eruwtl ‘
on short.- looking with delight at the i
splendid .vensel anti ghlddened, tun
at the thqughl of her errand. rent the
air with cheers. a
Never wwn emit in better battle
trim. on deck, helowmr ulntt, thnn
the privateer, tl'iter Senwuit hnd get
her ringing ntretehed. (Joust-inn:
that ha wan reiuly to meet any the 0!
his tonnage Ind weight or metal. he
boldly heated at! from the (1m [er
the track at the Inward-bound ves
aelu irom England.
One morning noon alter, he was at
breakfast in hil cabln(wlth the first
oflleernnd the doctor—wen ng Morley,
the locum! Milt-er, beingln’ehu’ge
on deck.
But eneh at them bounded from
the table as they heard the shout,
“Ball, hot” tron tholookmt It the
a
, SPRAGUE HOUSE,
Nut Ram-old Pusenger Depot Spokunn Pulls. W. T. l
Acconfiodnh’ona Strictly First Class. flutes Reasonable.
’ "lAllAl'AK‘lHfl-fi mu hum-Ines A!" .\luJ‘nuur If!"
IW. KAISER, .- - - ‘Proprietor. -
ltop-gallant ('ruswll’t‘t‘fl.
‘ “\\'here away, and what does she
1 look like '.' eried young .\loriey in
‘ replv.
'i Seawailand his munpanlons held
i j their breath and listened to the
‘ aniwer.
' l “I wee three sullu, sir, (lend ahead ;
lthey seem >quare-rlgged, nnd eom
! lug right down heron- the wind !"
i \\'.H the reply.
1 “l-Inglldnnen, and Illllk/lllg‘ {or the
’eoxwt, l'll \\'ager my first prize
l money i” .\"lid the captain, as he hur- ,
” ried on deek. ‘
l "John llull's men he gar. I shall
i get m_\' lnslrumellts ready for ampu
" tale," cried the delighted doctor, a
Frenchman. . .
I “Ho will I!" sold Mr. W‘
the llrst otlleer, an he huekled on his:
1 sharp, hut short eutia~z~4,uml followed 1
4 his eomnnlmler on deek. 1
1 The hreeze \\'au fre~h, and the ‘
aelumner, \\lth only her lower sail"
v and top all set, \\'as going otf to the
feautn'anl on u taut how-line, her top-l
‘gallant and royal yard: Iminted toj
the wind, and her larlrnrd taeke
aboard. 'i'here \\‘ad quite a heuvyr
‘m-a rolling, and as she pitehed into
and through it ~he threw the <uo\\'_\‘ ,
-lo.lm over her prou' almo-l ae high
as her loretop. v
“See all elear for ilelion, lore and
aft~~reeve prevenlc r ~l:I.\'~:Illtl lur.tee~
, —ha\'e the ~pnre ~p|r~e|elred away !
‘(immer~, look toyour ehildren ; they
may have lll.|_\' won. Ilo.mler~ and
‘pikemen. «ee that your tool< are in
their pl u-e !"eried llleealllzllll.rllt'er
"fully, as he ('lllllt‘ on de ~i< ; null then
he wized a qty-elau and .~,-,mned
the \'t-«Jl- in ~i;:ht.
i “What do you make out sir, if you
please?" I|~ketl .\i r. Doolittle, “how
llope~ for nor); and prize lllul‘.l'_\'
were now on the ri~e.
‘ "i see aix \'ew-l‘; but they are
yet too Llr oil‘ to In the out \\ lit-liter
the)“ are armed or not,” “in the
reply.
“Shall the gunner open the maga
zine, air 2'"
“Ye-x, after the galley tire~ are put
out."
The men went to their work, and
their re~peetive ~l:|!ioll~ quietly, hut
\\ ith a nheeriul look \\hieh hetok
ened a perfeet I'ullllllt'lll't- in their
\‘ewel and e~|neei lily in theirofleers.
.\n hour [um-d. and the \'e-~el~
here now hull-up :Ihea-l, yet (‘.lptaiu
Sean-4i! en'e no ordeh either to al
ter her entire or ~horleu n I“. l
, “\\’hatnhout our eolors 1'“ Inked?
i the lieutenant. i
‘ “You run run ‘em up in rolls to
their plaew, ready to pull when I
order it, Mr. Doolittle," \lill tho
'eaptuin, still keeping hid “in.“ I”-
reeted toward theapproaehin':shlw.
The enemy here now riding fast,
not more lh 111 tour or live Inile~ oil';
but [he merehznmnen, oil-yin“ sig
nal< from [he .hlwlll-Uf-“le', whirl: ‘
hall evidently diwovered thenation
alty of the ~ -hooner, hy her rig.
hauled on a wind and ~i|ortened sa‘l,
\\'hllelhe man-01-warheld her eonrse
under a eioud ol eanvad.
) "Take your nl:|llull! for Working
slllll l" eried Seawall. The men
1 bounded to the >he.-t~¢ and hr.“ (u.
“llard up to ln-Immeaie oil the ‘
‘nheeln, and round in the weather ‘
hraee.~ l" l'l'll‘tl the euptain. ‘
, “'l'arnel tllullllc-rl_\'oii:rt- not going‘
‘ to run from one sllmp-01-uzlr, are
you air 1'" naked the lieutentant ln,
ugottlzed wonder. [
' “(let out and He two spars with
iron enough to them to :d'nk them,
’ l1!l'lll'il|;<; drop one over l‘:|',‘ll qu Ir- 3
ter, and ink no inqwrtinexit out-. -
illons, .\lr. lloollltle," mud the cap
‘talnu‘uletly. ‘ . i
f “l lu-u- your pardon, sir, a" hun.l
‘1 dred tlnn-s—l thought you Were got i
, ing to run !" salll.the now delighted
otlleer,a.~l he hardened to o‘oey the
1 order. ‘ 1
1 'l‘heeuptuln said: “Men make "Vii
l noise \\Jlen l announee it, but wlth-i
in hour the Altltp-Ul-Will' \\‘ill strlke l
i her fl-ur, or We’ll go down with ours I
I a flying! \\'h'en xhe in taken‘ the l
nn-relmnllnen wlll he euy prlzea." I
Had they not heen eautioned, the
men would have eheered no loudly
an to he heard on board the sloop-o!-
I war.
After the drags were rlmzed and
lowered over the side, held hy stout
iiawsers, and not aeen'lweause Hllllk
heneathtln- water, the uehooner’ did
no! no more than three knots, ul
though—undera full npreadot eun
vas—she seemed to be running trorn
her antagonist, \\‘lllt'h now could be
seen eumlng up handover hand, her I
(leeks erowded with men, and her
port» showing ahattery of twenty
four gum.
()n nhe enme, the red cross of fit.
(lemm- Haunting from .her peaks,
until‘ she was within nearly a mile
,ol the schooner, when nheflredu shot
, from one of her how guns. -
“Show tlngm our colors and name,"
cried the young captain, whlle hla
pale [we flushed with Quality 0! ter
rihle joy. ,
it was done In an instant; but the
vensel'a head was not changed, nor a
sail touched.
itapldly the Engllshman closed
up. heading :1 little to leeward, so u
to hinge under her larhoard beam.
"Crouch well behlmlthc buiwurka,
menumnd by your lnrhoard guns,
but. do not. touch a mateh until the
order comes trom my lips; depress
your gone, a l as to who her between
wlnd and water! Ball trlmmern.
attend to your shoe-tn and braces, and
be ready tor orders."
Those orderp given, Cophln Seo
watl took hllpulltlon on the lube-rd
little 0! thoqunrtcr (lt‘i'k, illili \l'ith
ill-conMll-ll (11-light .\.l\\' tho ling
iishnmn rung" nlong until in- “'1!" al
most theam.
“Hall down your colors, or i'll
sink you i”
I “Strike, you \’onkl-t- rein-l, «Min-l"
shouted the English captain, who
lutood on the poop oi his \'('~'\'('l ill illii
uniform, “outlying Ilium-ii hy Illlitl
-1 ing on the tllizzoll rigging.
“I’m Just going to striiuwnot nly
‘ colors, but you !" criul Smwnii, H'lr
.cuntlcaliymnd lllstnntly givingr tln
onil-f to poluj in his wlloh- inrozlli-illo.
Itl was done with torrihlo otl'l-l-t,
ior the British hull not lllltil'lpntmi
resilience irom tl rebel whom they
3|»me using his boat Mom
‘ men“! M Ward Along
:tln- llm-k on tho sillom-xt tln- Holloon-
H-r, uml worn out (lown 11l t‘l-nrinl
Lurotllx Alni u~ tln- .~:li|< \t'orl- littll
"illJlll‘t‘ll, tlu- niolql-oi-wnr ~hot :llmlli
so tllzlt silo \\'lli lust tln- sl-hooln-r
lwioro >hl- collili rl'turn tln- llroull-
I sitlo.
j “(‘ut nn'zly your drugs, wring: to
your hitlrinlill’ll ll:lttl-r_\'—thro\\' ill
rrhninmihot :l~' \\l'" us grow-wand
l'lll hrr ~tiok~ :l\v.ly !" ('l‘it'd .\‘o.l\\'.lii.
‘ 'i'in-ll tll‘ilt'l‘illL’ ”it"ill'illi up, us (in
~' ~|loolll-r~ ill-.lll\\'.ly illl'rl-llwnl, lu
wl-mi oti':llll\\'.lrl tlll- ~lorn of tho
~illllp;:ltltil|~'lill‘Lfllih't'ulllt'iil rung.-
tll-livn-rml :l raking tiro. \\‘ilil'il not
only swl-pt ln~l' llt'l‘iis, llllt l-nltillg
:l\\‘.ly ilt'lf hunts, l‘l‘iltlllt'll ln-r roul
lull-loly.
lio I'itl'll inlnlml on u \\ ilnl. lio
tvrlnil'lwl t» 111-mwr ill‘l‘ until ~ln
\\ollhl “~ll'llw." :llul not \\i‘liiilL' to
low- :lny lln-ll :lt rl'N' on Mon. ii in
l-ouhl “rip it. lint ln- ilnl no oom
~ion to no.- hi" gum :lny lll~li‘('; ior
~nlilll-llly. with :l ~lllli'ii \\hi~h ~hook
lhown :nnl nir likl-nll oorllnlunkl
lilo ill-intoni ('i'llil \\':t~ won to fly ill
ir.l::nn-llt~, :lllli4l :l (‘lulitl oi ~llloiw,
into tho :lir.
\\'in-tlwr lly :lrrilll-llt or til-~12", lll)
oln- l'tlllitl toll, Ill" ill unln- \l.ly liil‘
llll\\(|l‘l" ill tln- ill I;.' |7.i|ll' Il:nl ilt'l'll‘
iunitoll, :Ilitl ~ln- \\‘.hi Ill\\‘l| to ilitlllh‘.
l'ronllltly, lly lnlln.lnityV (:llltaiil
Sulllnii ill-t'lllily orlll-rlll lili‘ llt'llll
llp, nnli ~tl-l-rl-ll iorlln- ~ltlil \\hl-rr
lllo.~lmp-oi-\v:lr ll:l<i 111-on, ill holu-s to
~:l\'l- mnn- ~ur\i\'ing |n-r.~on~ of tho
rrrn'.
lint not :l livin‘: ~Ullli'lluill ill-won.
.\ in-u' lllm kvllml spun ulnl tilnlwr~
only nn-t tln- l'_\‘l'.
1'" ‘l' BAD B 0".
" "J 32": you milling: iin-ro iikl‘ n
plllnpou at log ior?" lulu-1i lln- gro
l‘t'l‘_\ltlt|ll oi lln- llild hoy, :l~ tin-youth
inni mt otl u l-ox ior half on hour,
with hi~ hznul~ 11l hi~ Irwin-b, llltlh'll’:
:lt :lilillt'illiill'lltltll’ii”ili\l'l\'(‘~ \\ o
wt iikl' :l dying l-orw. “\\'llut yo I
think oi, :lllyuxly‘.‘ it \(‘l'llih to un
lloy- «1 around :llltl lllillk Illill‘l‘illJll
tin _\' lm-«l to \lhl-ll l \\‘m :l luy," ulnl
ho Ilru~hml tlu- \\ iill-«i It-ilim- mnl
shook it, tryinp.r to "now it ~tnlnl up
~titl' nlni l‘l'i-11, '(‘itlrt' in- put it out
oi lioor~l hnt tho mntrnry lottioo,
lhnt hzul Im-ll Ilil‘kt'il tlll- lloy lwioro,
[loolu ti so tlrl-ll that tho hoy
litllil'l‘tl it.
“'l‘hllt lt'iiil'(‘ rvlllilltl~ un- oi u girl.
Yv-tl-rliny i \\:l~ ill ilvn- \\ln-n it was
now, lilu- tho girl, going to tho piv
niv, nnd it mu irl-.~h ulni prolul. and
st lrrln-d up, lllnl kittolly ulul lllii oi
iiiv, :unl 11~ s.ln.-ly :H :lgirl stnrtlngottt
for :l llit'llit'. 'l‘o-liny it lnl~ got ililt‘k
from tho pirnio, nllli, lilu- the girl,
lin- ~t4lrch is tllkon out, and It i~ lilll
lx-r :1111l llltlxllill illltl tin-11, nlni mll't
Sillilll up llillllt‘, tlilli it Itmkxtlr‘ though
it \\zlntl-ll to il'ialid :lt rest ill-sillotln
l'tlilt'll uppil-slll tln'lllll-y. nltln-rthnn
ho wt out illyil'tllii oi n storv, to in
wlll to Ilont-st |K'o]|li‘, ulni L’iVl‘ tin-11l
tlll- gnugrolu- oi tho livt-r," nlnl tln
lloy put on u iu-nllll (‘illilllli§~i(>llt‘l‘ilil'
that irlghtl-llt-ll tllt- grim-rylllulmmli
ho throw tln' lottil-o out oi the Inn-k
llllol'. ‘
“You novt‘r lllitlli nbout tlly lvt
“1'1"" mill thi‘ grovvrylnull. “i run
:lltvlnl lollly ull‘nirn. illlt how to”
lln- \\'hut you \\'t‘l'(' thinking ullout
ill'i’l' 111 l oi tho morning." i
"i \\'u! thinking \\'lnlt n iooi Kiltg‘
Sololllou Wm," Hiliil thohoy. \l'itil tilt-i
nir ol’ one who has lllillll‘ :l stutl-nu-llt ‘
thu't. hunwlt toln- urizut-(l pretty strong ‘
to nlzrkl- it hold n'ntor. i
“Now, look it lll'l‘t'," sulll ”11‘ gm- ‘
corynlnll, 11l nngl'r. “i have yttooli it .
to lli|\‘(' you ploy trirks on llu-.lllld
llllwl “Pll'lll‘ll to your rolllil-lllllmi 1
[(Kilisiilllt'sfl \\‘lthout u lliui‘llllll‘thllltifl‘
liH yotl lsolltlnl-ll ylllll’ht'” to ln-oplo
now living. hut wlll-n you uttlu-k Hol
olnon, tho wisest nlnn, till-grunt king,
and cull llilll n fool, rl'li'lltlrlill|H'l‘tlHt'l‘,
nnd you nluut gl-t nlt oi this story.
flolonlon, 11l ull his iory, Is n il‘il-nll
oi Inilli‘, umi no fool ly in going to;
llhust' hilll ill lny |l|'('.~‘(‘ll('l'. Sonyyou
dryup.” “
“Sit down on "IL‘ il-o-lmx," Hilltl tlw ‘
buy. “What you net-d is rout. You
are over worked; your ulii'fll‘il hnlin 3
Is equal to wilted h-ttico. 11111 l it t'fln 1
devlnc wuys and menus to Ililll‘ rottvn i
peachlln under good one-l, no "N to
sell them to Him] orphllnn, hut win-n i
it comes to gran-ping great questions, ‘
your Hnlil“ hnlln cunnot cunlpn-hl-nd 1
them. Your llnlln only go up Milo-i
ways ton great sulljwtullll rtlhllglllnnt
It, ,but cannot slurround~ it and ghlnp
it. Thllt is where you‘re deformed.
Now. It in dlfl'eront with me. i can
nine brain to sell to you grocerymen.-
Us“!!! i This Solomon ha cruditcll
with being the wisest man, and yet
hl‘ofy nay: he hudn thousand wives.
Jul! think oi it. You have got one
wife Ind pa haul got one; and all the
anlbburl have one, it they have hlll
all" kind 0! Inch. Doom't cue wile
‘ Illtlkt‘ you [my altl-ntiolr‘.’ \\'ouldn'l ‘
- two win-s Im-ak yoll up? \\'ouldn't ‘
‘ thn-omakl-yonsl-lmrs‘.’ llowwonld j
ttl-n strikl- you‘.’ Why, man alivo, i
I you do not grasp thl- nnlgnitlldl- ol‘.
itht- statl-mont that Solomon had a
thousand wivl-s. A thousand win-s. ‘
‘ standing ship and “W"v would real-h
labout four hlm-ks. .\larl'hinghy tours
it wouldtakl- lhl-ln tt-u minull-s to;
‘ pass a givl-n point. 'l‘hl- largt-st sutn- ,
‘ nn-r n-sort lmtvlonlyholds about live 1
hundrl-d pl-oplv, so ht- would han
hall to like two hotvls if he look his}
inl-sout l‘ora day in Ult‘ l-olmtry. i
it you would stop and think onu- In
a whlln you would know morlu" ‘
3 Thu L'l'llt‘t'l'yllliln’i vycs ill-gun to‘
1 stick out as the bad boy continued, '
W man an mu Lou-i
lrrlrllfllll to his attention heioroY hul ‘
ho was hound to stand hy his ('ill‘
irivtnl Solomon. and hl-said: “\\'eil. 1
Solomon's win-s must have hot-IL
(lifi't‘l‘l'lli from our win-s oi the pri-s
--l~nt day.“
, ”Not mlll-h," said ”to boy, as hu‘
saw ha “415' paralyzing tin? grorllry
mun. “\\'onu-n havo lm-n a|.ont thl
s um- l-\'l-r sinl-l- EV“. .\‘hogot lillir'lll'il>
on Ila-old original dudv, and it stand
to rl-a~on that Solomon's \\i\l~s \\l‘i'l'
no lwltl‘r than illl‘ lnolllll‘ of the
human rav t‘. Slzltistil's show lhzxtolll'
\\oman 011 l oil-\vry [on is rrd-hain-d.
'l'hal \\ould gil'l- .\‘olomon an own.
hundrvdnf rul-hain-d wiyl-s. .iu-t
that numl-or oi rl‘ll-liilil't'il wins
\\ould main-an ordinary man think
Ull'l'l' i- a land that islairl-rthan thi~.
'l'la-n Ilm'l- \\onld In of tho olln-r
nim- humlrl-d. lllmlli illrl-l- hlllnlrl-d
Hon It‘s, anl thl- othl-r siy hlnnlrl-d
\\4Ilinll‘lllll'lll". \\ith may-ho
soml- allanos, lwardl-d wonn-n, [at
\\onn-n and dw iris. Now. [how
tlnvuund \\'Hlllt n h.al :11-ln till ~, low
of lll'l~~s and ~t_\’lo, tho salno as all
\\oxm-n. lmlginv- old Solomon say
ing lolht-m: “lsirl~, lol‘s go donn
ion a and ll:i\'l' a di~h oi ion-.rlzunt"
(‘.." you, \\ilh your lrain muddll-d
‘\\ith toll lish and In-w potalol-s, roul
l/.~' iilt"“l'llt' that \\oald follow? Sup
poo-, :li'll~r thl- |ll‘t om hr'gadl- not
so-ltrd in tho iro-rrl-aml-ry. illlt' of
tho rl 11-hairl ll \\iVl" had 1 allglit ."1 i
omon “inking at a strango girl at
anotln-r tal 10. You may think Sol.
omon did not knoa l-noagh to \\ink,
or that ho “as not that kind of a ilirt.
lat ho mu-t haw l l-l-n, or 'll‘vllllltlll'l
ll:l\'t' ‘llt‘l‘t'l'lil'll in marrying a thou~- ‘
and \\iw- in ~lll‘h a spzlrsrly settled ‘
l-ountry. No,~ir. it looks to nw as i
it .\‘olomon, in all his glory, was an 1
old mashl-r. and from what i haw-3'
st-l-n ot nn-n ln-ing lmssl-d around
with null wilv, i don‘t l-nvy Holollltm
his thousnnl. \\'hy. imagino that
gmg oi \\'i\'i‘*4 going and ordering
Alli lmlun-ts. ilo would lawn to lit'lt
king or a \'anlll-rhill to stand it. .\fa ;
\\'.-ars liw-dollar silk stlwkings, and ,
la klrks awfully \\hl-n thohillcomlm ‘
in. lmagino Solomon putting up ior‘
a it willousand pairsoi silk shit-kings. ,‘
I‘m glad you will sit down and talk ‘
with lm- in a rational way alvout some
“illlt' stories that takl- my hrl-ath
away. 'l'ln- ministl-r stands mo oil"
when i try to talk \\ith him about ‘
sllvh things. alnl tl-lls ml- to study ‘
tlIlI Ivarnhll- of tho l'rodig-ll .\‘onv and l‘
thodvalons till Inc to goand soak ‘
my hl-all. ’l‘in-rl- is darn liltll- ('ll- ‘1
muragl-ml-nt [or a boy to try and
“gum out things. How would you ;
”ho to han- a thousand n-d-liilind
\\ivl-s room in this minuti- and tell i
you llu-y wanted carriagl-s sl-nt r
around to tho hourl- 11l lhrl'l- o'l-lul k, r
so tin-y I'tllllll go ollt tor a drive? or;
how would you like to law» a hlrl‘d :1
girl rush in and toll you to send up
six illilldl’Nl dun-tors, ll(‘('llll."(' six
hnndrl-ll oi your \\'lVl-s hall horn»
takl-nwithlht-rholl-ramorhlls‘.’ or——" 1
"Oh! don’t mention it," said tho’
grm-l-ryman. with a shudder. “i :
wouldn't takl- NIIOIIIUII‘H‘IHL‘O,‘ and
ho tln- 11-gal protl-clor o! a thousand
int-s if anyhotly would gl\'l- Inl-thel
oarth. Think of gl-tting up on ll cold 5
winter morning to build a thousand I
tin-s. Think of two thousand hands ;
in a {t‘illfll'fi hair! Boy you haw ,‘
jshown me that Solomon nl-(‘dl-d a:
guardian. 11l- hadn't HI'IIM'."‘ C
3 “Yes,“ says lllt' boy. "and thlnkof H
‘ two thousand il-l-t, i‘ilt‘ll as cold as a I"
‘ hlol-k oi vhm-olato irv-l-roam. A man i ‘
i would want a hack as hlg as tho fence 1 ]
‘toa tair-gmlnnl. “at I don't want[
‘toharrow up your fol-Hugs. I must i
go am] out some ""1111! on pa. lie I l
; has got homo, and says hl- has Il‘t'll , ‘
toa snmmor rvsort on a \':mltlon, ll
llnd ho is all l‘ll\'('|"('tl with Mott-hos. ; i
“0 says it is mosquito hlll-s, hut nal :‘
thinks ho has lx-l-n tlill-d tall at hird 5‘
shot I>y sonn- “Moran-lon farlnl-r. I
Ma hasn't got any ‘synmathy for pa, 1
ln-l-Illtsl- Ill' didn't takl' II('I' along, but {I
1 it she had lss-ntlu-ro, she would have I I
”'0" illll-ll with hlrd shot, too. lint ll
Lyon musn‘t dl'tain mu. Bl‘tWN‘ll pa :4
‘ahd the baby, I have got 111 l I («an [I
attend to. The baby is tucthinmandl
; 101 l makes me put my ”lingers in its I!
1 niouth to ill-111 it ell! tel-(h. That's a |
i humiliating [IINIHUII fora lay as hlgl
as I am. Hay. how many habit-n do. '
i you tlgurllsolomon hud to buy nthluor I
‘ toothlng rings io'r. ill all his glory?" I
1 And the hay we'nt out, halving the I
'gnwl-rynmn reflecting on what it 1
large ialnlly Holumon must had. and |
how he needed to be the wisest man
togetulong without a chum liter- 1
noon and l-venlng. ‘
' ‘ ———~-—’—— i
Chit-again Just fllty‘yun old. It ‘
' began its mnmnlte existence with
six hundml inhuman“: and it now ‘
huathousmll times It many. It I
Will, than n distant, Western v Mgr, 1
"149 very tail end of‘l-lvlllntion. now i
it in tho Went. beyond “that given it. ‘
its gm commercial lmra’bnce Ili
ter uvlngmndelt the Bird city in ‘
flu in tulle United Emu ' l
\'oyuuo or the Experiment. l
t in nu- lull ur mum- slump Expo-3
‘rilnt-ni, vighty tons hurtli-n, (filptnin i
.Sleu‘nrt Imin, \\'ns lllll‘ll out at thi-l
portot Alhuny fur ('llinn. lt \\'ns \'ory ;
‘ prnpt-rly t-ou.~l«l(-rt-tl u linzurtluus \'oy- 1
nm- fur u ~umll urnlt. Shi- \\'us hull-u .
with an usaortt-tl mrgo for n ri-gulurj
‘trmlint: t-xpmlitiv-n. null \\'us tht- sot--
uml mln-nturo to ('hinu from thv‘
I'ultml Status. She lvtt Now \'ork‘
nu tln- Nth of llt't'vtuln-r, and mu 1
uhsi-nt t-ightt-vn nmnllw. ilvr l'l'llll'll
\\'us lllzlllt' in four months nnrl olxh-1
tm-n days, with n cargo t-ousistiny‘
pl'lnvlpullyoi tt-nn nml nnnklns. Nov-l
oral plow-s oi costly dumusk nllk ‘,
\\'vrt-nlm brought tuonlor. ”no at
3 the hamme hmilul u q
art-mlunt of the man oi the Export
nu-ntY rt‘sltllllg In Si'llt‘m‘t'tilll)’, is u
dross of the silk l‘l‘lt'l'rt'd to. in tllcl
{tuition of tln- ll:|_\'. (‘uptuiu lk-uui
nlio hruught llouiu thlrtot-n sot: ul‘i
(‘hilmwun- to (Il'llt'l', for surlt iniuilii-s
us could nll'orll uml thought proper}
to lnilulm- in sun h lnxuriw. ‘
'l‘ln-w :Irtivlm \\'l'l’l‘ so uuu-h valued
tlmt ilu-y huvo pnwwil i’rolu inmln'rs
to (Lluulitors thiwn in Hip lll’t'N‘llt
tinw, :unl ultholmll Illllt‘ll smith-rod
nnil luroki-u.:iro olva-rtaoi‘ unin-rsnl'
vurioaity, not only us I‘Uliilvt'lrll \\ 111 l
thi~ «mum- \'u_\'ngo, lrllt nu ~hou'ing‘
tho lorui ililll ~t_\‘li- Uft'lillanlll‘t‘”\'l'l‘
u m-ntury mm. A set with h lwlouuril
Io ('nptniu Johuwn, n rt-vnlutiouury
\'l'll‘l‘flll, \\‘him- lmu<v >lmul \\ith tln-
L'lllllt' tn llu- ~tn-vi, on tho t'lil‘llt'r ni:
.\‘vvuth l'i-nrl and Howard .\li‘t't‘ls‘, L
\\lu'rn- tln- vity huillling: now stnml‘.
\\‘ns tll\'l(l<‘ll among lih tlvsronduutm ,
Hut- >l-t,hn\\'v\'vr. hn- lll't'tl pn-wrw-«l
nt-nrly l'uiillllt'tt' ill the pom-034ml of‘
lllt‘ ’l‘t-n l~‘._\‘vk i‘nniiiy. ’l‘ht- l-hiuu set i
i~ ~ti|l prom-m-tl iutm-t, nout-ot tin-1
lili‘l'tN lii-ing: lirukouur mix-ing. it is;
now in Illt‘ Im>~tvs~ion of Dr. l'hillip‘
’l‘.-u l'?_\'rl<, o! No.ll] l.:un~:l.~tvr.~trut-i. ‘
lt nourish of :llmut lllly llll't‘t'h, (-m- 1
hr.u iuu tvulmt, l'fllldiv, uiilk piti-hvr,
>iup hon-i, lll‘t m-rw, Luttt-r, [tlt'kll‘
:unl .«poou lll‘lil“, Ivu -up.~ nuti anu- *
l'l‘l", vir. Thrrv uro no plntt-s. ()ni
(‘Eli‘ll lili'i'l' i< n l'hiurm- ru~4tlr «who?
in uuiln-r and many ~IIi:Ill"ilo\\'t-ra in ‘
unlit. Eilt'll pit-cc is hunk-rod \\'itll ‘
I [“0 null Kohl. ‘
it \\'us Ill:llll‘r oi l-lll‘lll'lrt' tu thn
nntiww nml l-anopt-nns in those sons!
to aw >0 ~mzill u \‘l-swl urriw- from at
cliunwo rrinntt- frnlut‘hinn, :Iml gnw‘
tin-tn :tu t-xnltml t-otm-ptlon oi tlu-i
onh-rprlw til the ritizvm oi, the-i
l'nitml States. At mum-n! ”52.1)“!th
\\‘lu-ro the l'lxlwrlnwnt lollt'llHl it is]
said .~hv was ill] mica-t of nlurm to the l
iulmhituuts, \\'hu nth-took lll'l‘ tor ui
tt'lltlt'l” to u lll't‘l ol' nn-u-ut-wnr. Slit-5
I't‘ull'llt'll to New York on Sunday;
.\pril, 2.‘nd, “87, without tln- loss hi,
1: umu (luring tlu- \'oyugo. ()u lu-r‘
urrivul rllt' was \'lhll(‘(llt_\'ll1l(‘il.~1 tow
tlilnls of the citlzons. it Is snitl, \‘ory
IL-wot \\'honnoxpm-totl her return.
(‘upiuiu Donn nnulv s(‘\'('l'lll voyages {
tn ('liiu.| mlm-quvutly, when the i
tuluous itlt'l'L'llillll llou‘llun turmoil mi
tan'nruhlv nu opinion of him tlnlt lit-j
\\'ns th't‘|i.~tnll|ml in .~t-ml owr a t-hvst '
oi hint-k toa ll'l'llhltbllillly for tho t‘illi- l
tniu long ultt-r the latter lunl dismu- ‘
tluuml his \'uyngox‘. t‘uptuiu Dt-uu ‘
(lied in Now \’ork quuy yours .\lllt't',
:Igt-(l t-ighty-ilw, at tho houst-of .\lr. i
llotli-rlt-k Si-tlgwit-k. It is mentioned i
nbout thl~ timo thnt n sloop (it forty t
tons lnul l‘llt'l' \‘lxitt-tl tho ('tlpt-oti
Hood llopv without hm, \\'lllt‘ll \\'nxi
t'nllr‘lllt'rt'tl the qust (litilvult nnd
lluuxvrnm part of ”IO mutt- to ('hlnn. l
lt \\'usou Ullt' ni tlu- Hull-on ltlverl
sloop-4 tllnt Alvxnmlt-r llnuilltuu :
wrote tln- outline nl' hls papers in tho I
[Pun-HIM, whilv on n triptn Albany. ‘
’l‘lw tlrst \'(‘r‘it'l thnt sullt-il to ('hlun i
from tho port oi New York \\'uw “ll"
l~linpru~soi l‘hlnn, (‘nptnln (Em-no, 1
who Milli-«l I’vhrunry 222m1, i'ih»l.— ,
Albuuy Sluklluy PM”. . i
A Possibility of the‘l‘nture. l
“’— |
(m more than lillU un'nsiun during: l
”to lust 3,001) yt-nr-a thn Inirluriv I
hunk-sol tlu- limt hm'o tl\'l't‘fl'l\\‘(‘ll
tlu-ir imuulltlrlm i 7!) I llilVi‘ sow-pt
m-Mwunl, U\'('l'\\'lll'ltlilh|( the young
t'l\'ill7.illlnll of Europe, xuui ohlltorn
ting nt-nrly nll the lnnltnnrks ui
wvstt‘ru urt nntllprogm-s: untl ut the
prl-si-ut tiun‘,‘it we may crotllt "10
l’t‘klll t-orrespomll-ut nt one of tilt
(‘iile'uiin papers, ihun- h in ('hlmtn
lmwurtul and rapidly growing,' piirty
thnt iulvm-uit-n the making 0! yet nu
othor glmmtlv oxr-un-(lon toward the
iamlni tho suiting sun. Tht‘ Colon
tlnl mnplrc is nu Ilnuhi, lulmt'nsvly
ovorpopliliilt'll, nml will pmhnlplv are
long Ni'Ok mun- nt-w outlot for her
xlitplust-itlzc-ns; but it I: difficult to
lx-livw that she will uttctupt, rive
by pom-villi means, to attain the de
.ulroil result. Th 9 grout unknown
country has. been quit-Mont for m
long thnt In nluunst lunmnsiblt- torn
European to cuntemphite that the
Hlt‘t'lllllfl myrlnllu should ever “gum
put forth their Hermit-rm stmugth.
Yet, it Chlnu )vere to awake ; It uln-
Wure to look westward with covet
ifls glam-e, and .worc once more ‘lO
burst lu-r bonds. in rennin!!! to that
luysk-muslmpulse which lit the east.
lmlsllfllfllly wines upon A whole peo
plo, how could she be resisted 2 Ac
cording to the last edition 0! The
Bevolkerung der Eula has a populi
tion of 43441104”); and, wppmlng
that minute—(or it' In only an outl
mnte—to be ei'en Ipproxllmtely cor
rect, L'hlnn could put into the hold
more nuldlm than than no 1111 l in
Germany; and lt‘ she no willed.
coma,'\vi,th- I host 0! olghty millions;
humming chm-donut has”
he!“ Mint—l. m M
i Anvssaaigm
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g Vtgoa"
FfllShtPs’m
NO. 1!).
I “'hmt l'nllnre.‘
E “'heat requires eareiul preparation
l”! the soil previous to sending, ior
l Mast results. Early and thorough
! plowingareeaiied for, with erushing,
. rolling and harrowing. Thethorougil
pulverization oi the mil isanilnport
'ant item in wheat vulture.
Depth of soil is one oi the require
nlents for the attainment oi large
‘yields, for the wheat plant has two
sets of roots', the first springing: irom
‘ the seed and penetnlting downward,
Iwh|ie the 'il‘t‘fllltl push themselves
. latterly nearthe surilu-e oi the ground
, irom the tlrst joint. These roots thus
l extraet iood irom every part of the
3 soil, and theyleid, thereiore, depends
n its extent and iertlllty.
not inrmen Md the lolly
oi devoting heay‘y eihy lando to wheat
I unless these he well drained. With
out drainage the wheat will winter
{kill during the sueewslve ireezing
l hnd thawing, Ivy whleh the meta are
broken orthrown out. “Til-prepared
] elay or heavy loath, with a largepro
portion oi lime, gives good wheat
yields, as do m:m_v light and ealear
eou~ mils. Lime, it ought to he re-
Inelnhered, ii an important and to
wheat.
The quantity oi seed sown tothe
. aere mu-t he eontrolleti by n number
ofeirt ums’tanet s. t linuitenndsenson
and the kind of soil and \‘nriety oi
wheat have a belriugr on this ques
tion. “meats-thattilierlargelyneed
‘ less ~et-d than other sorta. ltieh, ter
tile mil requires less than poor land.
tin wt>ll-|ml\'erized, ordinary wheat
mil-4, the rule is uhout five peeks of
Need to the here. while rough land
requires from six to eight peeke. It
‘ takes more seed \\ hen full and plump
than when shrunken.
‘ \\‘hen the ground has been properly
prepared, the seed unay he sown either
‘hrtmdeast or in drills; the latter is
aeeepted as the better way by pro
‘ urn-«ire iurmers. Rolling is consid
ered by many an exeelleht practice,
as it presses the earth elosely upon
Ithe seed.
1 The “heat erop depends iuueh on
‘ a proper seleetion ni seed. (in soils
naturally :Idapttd to wheat-gmwing
the tiuer varieties may be employed
:I~ reed. (in other soils naturally
I adapted‘to wheat-growing, the iiher
! varieties may be employed as seed.
'0“ other soils the hardy wheats
, should he grown. tienerallyspeaking
; wheat i< more pmduetive when the
5 seed is taken from a soil Inferior to
[the one intended ior sowing. It in
i also elaitned that what is produced,
l both in a wanner or colder climate,
jwill nmture earlier. The grain de
-3 signed for seed should be well ripenei
‘, heiore harvesting.
, ”wing to the ever-varying ehnrae
iter oi the ditTerent kinds oi seed,
their superiority in one locality and
inferiority in others, it is iinpozudble
to present a list oi wheuts valuable
for all seetions. Experiment alone
‘ is the only guide to the wheat best
1 adapted to speeid grounds and eon
}dltiohs.—[.\e:r York ii'orld.
} (‘llip Dirt nu l‘r-lt freon.
1 The best iertilizer in use in sotti lg
‘ iruit trees 0! all kinds is partially or
lthoroughly deeomluised ehlp dirtt
l We made use oi the material ior the
" first time some twenty years ago, in
,phmting am apple orehurd, and it
‘ was a wonder to those not in the
1 seeret what euused the trees to make
isueh a tine growth the first seawn,
land atterwanls, too, ior that matter.
[The experiment was somtlsiwtory
[that when we set our new on-hard
l we made tl liberal use oi this material
i with the sumo eatiaitwtory remit.
; These trials have proved to our unt
!isiaetion that ehlp dirt is the very
ihest material to mix in the soil as
_ you plant the tree that eun wsaihly
l he need, ior the reason that it holds
'uiolsture and in full oi the elements
i of plant iood; therefore, it promotes
,a most luxuriant, natural and healthy
I growth. Repeated trials have satis
, Iled me that a tree is not olfiy more
«ore to live, hut will nuike double the
growth the tint year (eepeelhllyii a
dry season) It some two bushels of
ehlp dirt are properly used in its
setting, that it would without It. A
single trial will eonvim-e the most
akeptiehl that the lrest poulhle neg
wimh ean be math-oi this valuable
material is to apply it to the mil in
pl-intingtrees, in order to push ior
ward the tree during the tiret precur
iuus stages oi Its growth.
, w
' “'nh‘u in Run-la.
A statistical report lately addressed
to the Russian Minister oi the inte
rior estimates the damage doneby
{the wolves in forty-five European
governments at Russia, during the
year 12473, at 7,500,000 rubles. The
muverument oi Samara was set down
as the great/rot nufl‘erer, to the extent
oi (imam rubles; next came Vogol
do, at Mull) rubles, and so on. Tim
Polish and Baltie proviheeund Arch
angel came oft best. lint competent
Judges consider this estimate oi voii~
lsh miuehiei as much too low. It is
calculated on the hula 0! a low aver~
axe value im‘ all Russia, In ti tho
price oi an ex or sheep was mutthe
mute everywhere throughout the
Empire. it also sets the 111-lulu“
unount oi mischiei at iur too low 5
figure. Ymbably immune ratio. or
12,6(304100. would more nearly repre
“oent the value 0! the donutic Illi
nuaiu annually destroyed by then.
The reindeer Ilene killed in Siberia
would repreunt I high I n. Then
there in a la- oi human flute, within
an never be Iccuratoi known. In
1876 the police reported on. in
And sixty-on. penan- kllled i: tho
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