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BELA GOD.
I mil
An American ciiu( nml Hi
panliiH an Hunt' Live.
Alllio-t every I'm1 t'Vi Itllitf In l'io ll
lllly or mi i lir l"y !u l.-iii Inn yi ii may
vca lull. H,iM. middle -aged man vJMi
(.Mlllit. t t'ii'i--lii-n t-ti chock", n ami
burind I'iUilnvlii', (iili't rye. a tduil'p
ik a i-clinetor, u l a slouch hat. Ai.
Anicrliiiti of ciiiao.
Protiionniler kIii to look nt tin
outre Ck'U'' III tin' nli'ii.li lial. I'ni'li
humble hum tooling nlong tlic drive
way gisr..' nt lilm with Int. Tift. Pretty
wmiirn level tiH-ii lilm thi'lr lorgnette
utul thi'lr liiiiKiiiil plaun.
It I lturi:haiu. llio Ann rl nil nevilt;
I'.nriit inn, tin- killer of N'dtibl; liic
M'lliito of tli' Matnbol-
A murderer? N: na executioner.
Tlic aavor of InmdiMl i f live through
tn kin l; of iii-.
itiirnhuiit is i n I i: to Ann". I' M.
ha fcUU-ii from 1.1m f.t. for n tlnif.
I ln K:i!i:t i.f the Z.iinbcf I. ami tin1 dual
if tin' wllil iii'ihih. nml l:i tlir 1: ii'l of
hi Mrlli lu will Ink" hi ia.' iin'l!
cut for ug.-dii by Cecil HUimIik, the uu
Iim nit i;f Hxiiili Africa.
nrl I.He. uu laulile tlcalll.
Till I tic Mnrv 'f tin- life nml d.nl'i
if Ydul.l. the M'lliiii' of tlw -Mma-1.
le -tin' Mmy of n ni 'I ami iin-rcUea
llfi mi. I .f mi Ik'in.lilr death. It t:-liilll.-ir
to resident of South Afileil ami
f Kimletnl. It In now t"l.l In thl
country. In li coinpb loho. for I In
lirst time.
Wlicu M't li'irntui' broke mvay from
tUi' Zulu. Inni; ngu, uml trckknl north
ward lulu tin- iiiikiiovii. Ii" bronchi
Willi lilm ii.to tln l.iml of tlio Mnkah ..
kn nil tin- ill Zulu tradition nml u
pcrtlil n. II.- bro'i.thl Hh Mm nl'
Inailiu ! a rru,l B those of llaiino of
Carthage. IUoi wn hl l- nUoii. II''
raided. !ui;liviv.l nad kill."!. Ml
I U I of nut, list Zulu bee-line known
MR tin- Mat'ili-h--the h!o-d ililnk' " .
Trllw nflir tribe wit itiU'iiiiTfil uml
SUhl'ig'ited
An "Mk ili ttlbe overridden were
tli.' Mak.-.laku.
"1.1 Llai u!.i.." Mid th-y. "the
enr,- of M Hmio .the g.l of tin' mount-
Mill '. V Ill "' Mo llpi'll liilll."
TI-. :i II 'h-li l.a.xi", tlio cr.-nt rtili-r.
f.-.l 1:1
"It U tin M-:im." cnld M.iknlnk.-i.
"It I tlo M llui i." nli. iil the M-il:.-
1h I,'.
SiO'l ifl.v we re otT.-rrl tip In rropiti
nml li.-.f. nml iii!rc In 1 l"v, tlroiilhi
itiMP": :
".'.r C... ;, f l .,
T!,.' ,,1 ( tla. uimuii.-iinH Is nln.ia'l j
f-'i lie mc. ka f.ir ,ni" on.' Imo li''-
"ijl Ii in onii r " "I li' ii coiixi ii- i
j tn.ly N'.lul.l (M.V..I lil lil.looi; nI
"i I'lol lor ilio iiom'I) of hi lip-tti-
Ti n of tl. n i. Mi, nml fuiiii'l ih' in
v ;i ii i Uu. A ft. r iiinuliiu' wvoral in iu-liaiK-
..i:,i ultliniil lu lu- ill li' to II". I
t!i'' il. .'II tin. M Hum whiiI.-.I. N ilnlil
Ml.lil.'llly Ili KHII In Nllollt, 'N'lllll'l I Ii'l
l""i-; ho Is l. a i: am M'liiuo. I nm
M'dnior' Ami mi nijliig lo- riiKli.-.l
away Into i'io ilai kti-f' uml .liaii"-:ir-i
In tln illr.H'lliiii of tin- M.Ho'i'i lilll.
Ut llio toy uf whli li w.i tin- cavf of the
K'l.
"JTii-n It liivniii.' knuni. nno'iiir tlio
Matiilfli. nml Makal.ika trll'f tiat
N .lnlil Itail lin'onn. M'IIuiii. Hi- U"l
In tin- ravo nml .tiirsH'r.'il hlinwlf
from pvi-ntHNly Inn hi lin-llir.-n of
Hie IiI'L'MIi.mhI, who ful lilm. Th
.MiitiilH-lo i, not look uHn tlio coiii'
mlsKiirlut ii fonil, but aa "oiU'rliiK" t
III.' Kiwi.
Sik'u iifiorunnl fitrnin;f niinnni lx--Villl
to ri.l.li tlx- white relili'llt" of
.M.itnlicli luiiil The M'lli'io wu iiroph-
Mit-ll llw.l .1 . .. . 1 V IJI ft
. . "-'M 141-1. III P.I ll.-l I'lll. ." '
tin in iioiil, reiiinlii nllvc. imr one
II'" , i. .. . .. ... ii.. .
....- i. .iT.'.r liflllHOH III- H II roi.i-.'.iM
itM.n tin- oilier." So kiiM tin' ilifky
oracle. At ii clv-ii tlm nil III" Maui-
lil-le norl MuL'tl'iL't Mi.i-tdula nf llio
! white incii (ip to rlM' nml iniinler
their liwuierw. Tile plot wn well Inlil.
lint, after the innniicr of liiimt navagc
fi'lieiiic. I: inlH. arrl'il.
v, lil. h tlicr i
lit" r ai 1 I'.i.rii.
iTIll,
A i in
;i: 'iti l '"I llirn' li II- ill 1 :o- :i-.i f. -I'r.il
l.i. t iI.'.mi. Ar'-ninl the I-. -it
ft '. ..I' I ! h l.i t'lcH. u. io in l-Mliiy ii
ll.'i-in.l if ph nil l.i ! I .. i -..ii'., .
All ii .. i:n I.- :i -t.
Avorililiif to tlio .r-i.'V.i!.it.ii of tl.e
two ilc .(. nil,, ii h ii nut k In -I :ih lo
Ir litivl. It i, I i he a M-i.:!-re. If
liol .1 M-liiio. t!,i- UiillV. I,' li- l l
klnfe. lis a l.lt r- Milt, the ri.Je.
1'iirKiiiu to tale a h li,' linalli. the
ti'.x no 11, cr.'in h',11; lo.v. rail k'a'i'iI
ollf I'l the tall ER1- nl 'le' oj !! s';iiC,
Hlntiililiinj here inn I t liere .. -r tin-hiilil-MI
iHiHlil.-r. hut ket-l'i'ig 'V ! I'l
11 ilini t line for th .'iiiniiut. Jnt b
J oinl I hp o'i'ii pl.nle they c'l'ii" itpi'll II
meep 1 i.i I Ii Willi li Moiiicuhat lesi'inhleil
a ro.le miiiii-ni-. It wn fi.itimnt. ly
Invlxllile f nun Im.i.'. mil I'.onil.aiii
nml Ariiinir--iiir pmiociI rnpiiily ninl
lolci-.'iy nlolig the niu-cllt.
At the very mi mil were to linire
lilocku liplii-nviil liy nnne iiri-hliitoiie
i-flt'lliiiiike. They lennil t-ifeliier in
H e !i;ij' -if an "A" tent, formln: nn
til'llillK riln lit four feet In heis'llt Uliil
In I. ill. ig il.iv trvanl. The. nici w
on t'.:eir liiiiitls uml kmc tow. They
l!Vl.A tt-.n In :-r! I'ftlil. T'l
;i a :.:.i a of c i !:. t .
1 4.1 v! ' h-. i-,- i.. .! m i;-.; l.i-r f iii.-ihhI '
I the linn' '. i ', I Mlil hlieliril the iwe:
eioi i.f i lo - Ii. l i ) i.f II, e 1 tU.I.'V II.' '
, 1 ill';..: ii-iieioift to luni on f'.i'aiill
it., t t i L1LILA. Llii.Lh. ,,,,., tnr.i(.4 ,b Vir
FLU OLD tOLDILf?;
p
.in l tin
pipe. It .In
P' .IIIU "I
r Mlil.." t l a
ey lir-an to v.iml u;i t!.e
iv tl.e ri-i "ill liifl't In
ipe ai.'l o'i Miy I'e- I 'iot
k Into . s no. ket. Tla-a
n 1 n!r.
n of ('.v' -in
C. W3. H
la
i irirlrg lh tut nf I III-.: t i ll" In-
A I.
Ij f or (
ft !I he
i.t .ir
t -
" " 'ft, .
VNlTv
Btli II. nml Hi I'l the
tU'Il i f 'I I. llio. the
M.iki.hika iipeKti
of the inoitnt-
-3
llarnbam lb rnal
r'ti. Vivaine l;.ri'iporatil Int9 tlic
M.i,a!el.' faith.
The prlet who prophelist for
M'lli.i'i Ihviiiii" rip'lit f't"f III
trlh.il war. Wl.cin v.-r the Mntiil'i lc
uimiI.I . 11 Inmiliu iar "1!" they
w ,u!il .iy. "th" bJ l trnt'llii. He
weal In ili.-it Ili-ctlon."
Akke'l Mhere the .hI live, one wonl.l
point I" i ne ai, nimtlier to 'ho wet.
ai il a it zcti eiaem In n ninny differ, nt
lini-llon. !!' viiulil wiy. ,-l lime
well l.ltn rii on the nimmtnlii tup."
Auollicr vmiM rry, "I liav I In 1,1 hlin 1 r,,r. ii,-n. tiitiilttK a liir
nt tne n.-r.iiu or tne iim. ny uie sr.-ai 1 tti. irnll. they came upon
r.M'K in trie alley.
He pr'rsta vt M'llnio who ncrr wont
to ronimnulcctr with him In certain
lucnlltoa cre rallM llonn. ami
were crrater In powr than the r
chUcf of t'.ie trltt-. la ohl tlmea loitli
Uun li kit i-ixl Ixi Hcnjrula. Iilat xn.
ul In muiI I'luk ofa to M'lliuu In
jirncurt rain In tliiipn c.f drouth.
It wtia lu ISta that th power of
M'llniii Ixcao to It felt In the hoatllr
aetloua of I.0 Knrnl At that time
the itixl wi npr-l to llro In a car
la the M'"i'p lliIU. in Maucwe p.
An aitei-'.rt 01 the part of KiikIIkIi
a.-oii', to tof. Mm fni'.sl utterly.
Atu-r i'.:e .t. i.t'i of li tenk-ula notli
liu' more .r li-anl of the M'llnm for
nhnost two yi jrh. "The n I.a l pine
Into le;i''.ny 1. Srvia. iit. tail Would
rven:r..illy e.,: i fotiii n'nl wr.nk a
tcrrilsV : v;ii'.- ' .-a ije cxplanntloti
(if the i.!.ii ;n lent.
Tl'c ti.ii ie of the htch prli-! win.
N'.h.l I. It wn Hroimli Mm Unit the
cuiaiiHir,: p .V I'nai w: tlvcn. lie
a nt I1 e p. -1 c( i'i ei"p;ile priinl
110 ,1 isi.liiil sl I.- lil-t o il faiclly 1:11, 1
r"h.t:v. lin o wn v-cr little J.-al-oiiny
or fr.:ln.i. Ilie.cfo-.., ;ti ln rnr
tr.int nil of the th.-"l.l:tia of the
ll lliii". r'ij when at ln I: ( matil
tlial :lio t1! oul.l one more rcmiinc
aav t;,ir- wna grout rcJoVlne ninonit
tli" :l.it:itM-h .
Tl-m .a lat rebniary. The return
cf tlte pl wa to lm lii.nliI liy a
ire.- 1 iliii:,, m ; p .',mife llllla. The
!:t ali if Ka';.rlv,i from in-nr ami far.
nil I'liOeiiliii; to the lilj krnnl at the
fool i.f the M.r.pjK liopj.w. 8im.ii
after m:i-' t'se torn loin Im-piii in
aoiiGit. an 1 lin:nl'c,N of Muck ami mw
rii:l JooHt;i; unrrl ir cntne hhii Int;
(oj j'Ut lie kra.il Kitlcii In com
panh ". linm 'lie !n i.r..t.-.H,iie fali on
in I : 1 kit..' 1 i" tiiienrlhly ami
i v.i' In- ,.'rir.i :iols
ta" poio-fs! Into the clrii of
lit:"s c.'i.ie of lie., i t'wl'il like wl,l
l'Ci'!i. i:'iii cV-.ir.ert Ifl Imv. roll 'us
ini'i.i toiie-i. Ail of lliiln kept lip 11 till
ll.i. i! u:t-.' on ili.'lr uhlelil of rh!u,i'
u s hi-lc. A I -ii all sailn nil In
a ;: m M-'iiie-'.s'ie al", nt 11 liirre lire
ilei V. 1 ; ii.,- r.p 11 111011.it, 1:1011 chant, n
ia!l v : ri-'o.- ' .Vii-nly rnh,sl out Inlo
tl." 1 ,: !1! 'f l!'e open apnee mil s
i;.in n li.'i'ile paiui inline.
lie leiii.i.l hU!i In the air with a
violent ih'ii). i t hi ami.-iial that wouM
liKve i!iiveii the weapon throutfli nn
ox. Next he Woulil rroii.ii a tlnmitli
crtH'pIri; niHn an enemy, ami end it
all with a uw.ti whirl that wotil.l have
done -all tn a lervlh. thie by one
the other warrior follow oil. each trolit
tlimuch their peclal maneuvtra, tn
the necntripaiiliucnt of r'Ultig drum
am! nioiiotoiion chanting.
ll mafi U4.
Thua mill! thu (it dleil awn nml In
miKin cam up In tin) at the w arrtora
(lntir.il ami torn totuiinsj. wrhlla the
women ami oMer nn-n aat around In
dimky ainl ciloiit drifts.
Kollo ut nil tb other fnnir X'llnM,
tlie hlph tuwt. Mack and horrht. '
r:l Ti!h k.-iv n;e. or charni. con-
Hti-.'s of h'nrtu I), ne. H'iinll poo.ril".
:n hnlr nu.t cliiokeu Hstn
llenlh llrrrerd for Vdnlil.
The uprlNliii; toi'k place on time,
llnhinayo a l.i t.1- l.-.-I and many out
lyliii n-sl, lent were innii.'ii'r.il. Then
It wa that the Soiitli African .iiii
pmir. whl.h cniployiil Mr. Hiiriihun,
tile Alllel'illin .olll. de-tllcil to a
The M'llnio of the Miiliihclc hint t-ir-feit.il
hi life ninny time over mat hi
ih nth wim ileiniiii i. il.
To Mr. Ai timtroiia, the mip-i Inteml-
cur of the .MaiiiftM' ilMihl. In- 1
tnisl.-, the i-i.n. iK lloli of the K-lietne.
mid lo Mr. I'.iirtiliatn lt eMi ullon. 'I lie ;
l.it'er ha, I 1 11 trained In woxlernrt
and In miiutlnif auiouc the Wenlern In-
liiiii. ainl u Letter in tu could no! have j
L1111 found.
1 ! ti after tin- raid on I'.iilnwayn lad
Ii 1 .1 repu'. d tin' Mil. no. fruit Ii'.
Kiiii' tu iry In the Matopp" hill. 'im
llnii s to propiiiy mid ! l"iie LI'
ii.tiimaiiiU Ly iiie uier lo lit luoth
r. who iii.nle l.iiowii lli'-ir pnt'l '
The purpoit of lii--- eotnin and "a
to il.il.l'i- the M iial- I ' ! ithme tin-
wnr, 11. i'h r the proinl!' tliiit li' '"l-"
I, ! of the iieiiiy liinild turn I" waier.
In thl tnet i; ii, y Mr. Kuriiha'ii re
celii liniiled order to report to M;'
Arnitr.uii;. (in the "-""lii of lit Inn -the
two men met ul Lie M.liiKe mil
lion, nnd tiilkul the tii'itter over. Th.-i-wn
110 doiiM h 10 the peril of tin- ell-ti-tpl!e.
The M iloppo lilll. wh-re the
lie of the f.iUe C'd wi !tual,il. W a
iro;i:!y fliiikul Ly l.rau'.. mniie cf
which i.:t:ilii'i a iiumy a l liirn
dnt1 wnrr'ot. In r.L r to cff'it tln-ir
ol'Jiit mid capt.ire or kill the B'l Hint
wa row Ins the mhI of dKurd nii-l
dentil ll wa tie .-en ary to pa then'
I. ran I.
It. Urc dawn 01; Jitue 22 Mr. Hum
Ir.r.m mid Mr. Ariiitr-'iii: r..t- ipiletiy
away from Mauwe oil Ihelr liitu, ro-.i
cxp.ilitlou. 1111a1iKi11pii11l.il nnd ni,oh
annl. At ilai break lliejr wete well
'away iioiu the luiti'tiitioii 01 men. 1
I They kept to the lowland na uiueli a
! mii.1LI.'. follow In.- the v ill. x and the 1
I many break In tiie fiiiidy LIU. '
I (in the follow n iimru'iitf. June ":. '
' tiny dtari'il at dnwn on the lat and
j inimt dargerou Xiice of their Journey.
l our mil'- from the cave of the ao-
cnllnl Kil they m pnrtlr of native
' jii!its to and fro. They carefully
coini-ahd their lioic and bid lln-iii- ;
elea lu the era, cmnpinj: nliiM-rva-
tloti only by crent irml fortune. j
Thejr were liow afraid to mount their ,
, liorw for fear of diiiivery. Tlie hiK.f
of the licaM were llillllliil and they'
' were In! alowly f.-rwaiil. peering oe
, f..v thciii after the nimnior of till
' hunter on the trail. They were con- i
icratulnttnit thcnnu-lrea upmi tln-ir e- ',
cajH- from the party of Matalirle wir-
(N.rai-r or ;
patty of 1
women carrying Ix-cr and tfraln.
j A Momeal f tl rrl.
1 Tlic women were moving along a I
path which rriMit the trail ome i
' twenty yard In advauce of tli two
men. Kiinitinin aaw th women firat, 1
:N lng In the lead. "Stop:" be whta- ;
I perisl. (atchlug bla compaul.m hre ,
I Ly tlr bridle Mo. Tba women came ;
; lowly aud alleutly along the path, j
I mimsJ ami dlitapiieareii wnnmit a
glance In the direction of the two meu.
I Two uitlca more of creeping and
I crawling and gueiwliig as to tlic iimne
. fiiltable route, and the two men nr
rived cloao under the alnuilder of Ihri
liltti kopje. In the center one of which
wa I'H-atiil the cave of the M'llnio.
They alni"t ilecincd thcninelve
hit from further luterriiptlou, know
Ins the the hilltop were practically
, ih-a.-rted. They were hrvatlilhi: their
I:oi- and reitlnc tltenmelve when
Mulilciily they were confronted by the
very women they bad come face to
fai with a abort tlm licfor. The
wonii'U linltnl with atartltiii eye. Itc
fore they could wi"ain lUinih.nu crlnl
' In M.itiilM'le. "mu, ,e afraid; we bare
oi our way while autrloH hunt inn.
Ti ll u which way to go and we will
depart."
The frUlitemd wnuuu ccmplled, and
I the two men hnle oh lu the indicated
.Ii nit Ion wlthni't paying any further
attentkm to the water carrier, who
ptv'mhly d.'iwncd a rapidly lu an 011-
Mwlte dltv.-tlon. (Iim out of alght.
' the two men, rendered (le(ralr and
ooliiewhat re.'klea by acctunulatlug
lniiicr. whis'I.il Into aiH ther ath
: end lua.le directly for the c:ct uf the
kopje, now aUmt a tulle away.
ll I little tliort of j tuliacle that the
rihI hunter were not row dlmivervd.
(oi d link w.-iii k'.III Willi them, how
ever W lu u tin y had ariivcd within
101 yards of M l, 11 o' ciite. they I0111..I
their way Llmked by 11 lari:-' pnity
i f wanl 't ! 1 11 is In toe lu.d,i ot
on e ri" k.
l t ii.11 woiild i.iv civen up t''.
expe litl'-n at thh. '.ti'. but l'tli
i'.ui tiliatii imhI Ai tiislu m; w ,' iiiad.
"f ateci.-r t ell . Tiny knew th it an
Itidabn or 11 ntu il wa In pre:iTsK and
that the M.itiil elc wa not likely to
Mir fur Homo lu.ie.
(line i.i.ue they .dowly r.ti'cnti d.
and. lifter oukliut it short !v.ii.
! they wl'ieled n id atarted asaln for
I the aiiiuuill. fully rciili.ini: tlial, utile
; thev c.iiil I gut nt the cave nt ..tm the
(i'-n Utility wo-il.l lie nl fulerer. At
any tli o the wm rn tulcht tM.tify the
MataUlc of the prcM-nee of the two
nen.
humhani and ArnatMns how np
proached the thr kopje from tl
cant limtead of f rwtii the aotith. n they
bad orlttlnnlly Intended. Tbejr aaw
trom the clu.ni nf IuikIhk where they
hnd tle.1 tlulr knraca that the face of
the ccutor kopje wna coven d with
liiivhc ami i nib tree, whli'l. prmti
cally conc-aled It prr-clpltou .1.1 1 lire.
They also aw tlmt at the fmit of the
woter:t kopj" tl'Ht wa a large kraal
if foiih al but, wln re the luipl wcr
', V )
iC2. :
Wit
1 'It
ilia', I s' I i . 1 ; .4 1 i.roin d to sli'it off
hli'tlll' 1. 1,' tl.e I'l.lley kepi oil Wlilll-
Inir I'ly L.es;- iraspul tin- puide
ex. -Iti illy, how iloo it go? 1 doti't
know where 'tl. I cant a' op the
blanked tliin.' iin-l the pulley wa
uii'.iuw Mle Mlouly but tail ; ly iiulllup
Me.rv.y to pl.-e.-. Hi com Were,
ail'Ulnp out of their ancketa and he
ocieiiiiicd ami pai-peil for breath.
"Salmi tu il. 110 ' il m ound like a wild
mini, not kmiwii'g what to 1I0. when
he linpp. iie.l to ciy a hut. hi t lytim
near, a, id. J -unplug for Hint, lie cut the
ro. nnd aaved a dreadful cntiitrop!ie.
'Ill ia wa d ute Juse a the pally o't
city foil. who had poue mliure (a:ne
ritihlni: bm k on to the bout nlanncd
Ly Mi'M-rvcy' ecreama. It wa amne
yenra nflcrwnrd." any the narrator,
"il::i! I wa prcent when a lot of dim
mer company arrived at (Jri-envllle.
Salinttii wi tl.iTe, too. utid prcwiitly
a U.i'.ili'ii,' lied lix'knu limn, o'le of
the new 1 umery, went up to hlin uml
Mild, witli a I'le.-iuhip null,'. "Are i:ot
you the man that prai ti.-e aurpery by
cleain':' 11:., I Snhaltii had to ii,'i,!i
thnt lie wn '111111 vuo feller.' " Lett
tstou (Me. I J- t:ri'.nl.
l.lri.t uf Arinr
Xlrra- '.n'il..
Tin lr.1y.
I.lfa
I.,., rll.nl l.r m :
ln:illi-.t H..f
1 i
mo it-
O f.rl the tlirob .'
the beirl-Lcn:
Tb.it tel'.eth an-
oili'r'i woe.
Ve muni niter the
tepiun of tor
row. And conquer our
telvci. the foe.
t
t-..n I !'; I.
!cr r"" ta U : I
I rr"f Ity.
i.on-t u'. II:,
lo cue iii;.;,,!a
Ihdiinnr'lii 01' v
mi tnlii-r tli,
not for'-o'to
hurturn. 7b''y wro the very fk''r of
th we ne: n crmy. and tie v-a win
were hinged In Atlanta were rficrHtJ
by tlio onff dcratri, while tho elcht
who escaped bad the best lhhf i of all.
lint thl Ut enorgh. I am drifting In!
snoihcr n'nry.
V.'ALLAf'n 1-L'TNAM
llarnXiari Arm rons (Jour
Ilia ra y llmu'H Line.
emu lil cautiously neto-. the last In
lervciiluj laiwld t ripb: up to th.- d-itU
111 d Inula, 11. -Ilnii! 'iilraii.e ti llr.'
M'IIiiio'n enri'.
"risen ioi.i-il.i-r. lil.e two ::r-at cit.
Ilii-l ih-ipicil aoltly ll.t tee d.irkil'-rs.
The HM-ky nisie. a few iaeoH in ad
v, inc. Iiini.il nhnrply to the left. They
cailliollsl .cl-t.'l titolllld the "ll'-i ."
1 lit- Kllllfiat of (l.r IIMcb Co l j
Tl.i le li the icml'dnrl.tscf t-lt
N'.llltii. the M li.l'o of the M.lt.lliele.
pai. .it i'd nva'je, 1 rein h"il I1I.1 a
del' 111 n liols-inie w 1 b.
Miil'liiily In- le.-au nn Iti'-aiit.tt.oii.
Tin- ball iiitn'.-tcl Kuril of tin- ch:.i:l
iis..M.el tie -uiii'lb-" railnu" of a
hashecsli tlr.-iiin. With cxery aw.'y of
.il I (li foiwai-1. bis gic-itivo .1 ?rl
ariul' t of .lead i.e n' l ie n, uml 1
Ike t!:e Hinrv wain, 1, s of n ril'.le-,...-:kc
I'cfoie he III..) t'.nisln 1: tl- el inr tie
.n.iiii to hi fct. t ill .-'lid b, t:v ml
w ah blnxb i' ri". Me l ad si en in li e
pl-xmi the w'..;;.- fan- of liernhai.i
ami Arn'rons. T'mtc w;i ih, (.;. r
liniity for heirnre. The lotia. ill. sky
-.rt-i of the MainlH'l" p.,.1 i'i-. r 1 1 .1 a
nirt awix p low a ed the wall of tli;'
live. Ill il Ins th! l.c li: If turned l.'s
L.n U. 'i it ns. u.u. toil "r a;.e:;r?
I'.':: ul, am did not ki'ou. ile ill. I lad
top to pii.iu.. II, title piti I111I l,ke
ilpl-tnui: lo li sh '.-I h r nnd "1 ilnrk
liess wa Incii wit'., t'ae e.
Hi. -11 M bfio. tlx M.it.-ibcl' sod.
Ihtcu hi lire: nh'ft mid Willi never a
pni.tii fell pi- .ne on bl face ilea, I.
lo loh-a whl.h had nlei-1 for oil nil
were .vnk.-:icl from their lionrv laic
and v., -ut rioting nml Ix-llowln
ulitond In the bill. Hut of the av
en:. m-II incll. can e li two men.
aiTiiiulilltii wildly for the bai' of the
hill whciv their horw a were tied.
Annul limp, mnkiiip a ambb 11 d,s
toitr. act lire to the Lip ktaal. which
coiiliiliml aliit '.im but. In the
II aiitlnie Ituiiiliam had mi 11 rod the
liotnea uml bud led thel-l In A. Ill
atlolip. The Mamhole had Inch
aroiiMil by the rifle allot, but a vet
ther had l-"ll unable to locate It. The
anioke of the oiiriiinp village pave
then' a rail) Ins point. Tm-y i-anu-awnriulnp
out I ke Ni-a from a hive.
The air dill filled with the ah n't of
men. the acn-nin of women and the
cra.-kling of "be dry and burning
grna.
Already the fucltiv.a bad liocn pe.'
(vtved by the Malnli le. who v i re try
log tu cut then: off from tin- titer.
Away went the hornet like prey
boun.la In the ra.-e that wa tn turn
the acale of life or death. They round
ed the flanker nf the enemy aud
atrrtcbed away for th( river.
Kiiua Ulna afterward two ery tired
Th l.ralUrrJarkel KUIi.
The li-atli, rjai ket, or aklpjack. a ll
I aott'etlti . called, ia a fish inuiiuolt
tn the tiulr of M.-xIco and the wnt. r
of the 'ct liullc. nnd ai fur aoiilh ai
I'-tulll. On the l'liclMi-11.111 It U found
iilmip .Mexico and Cent nil America,
iii our iinsl the li-ntlii-rjneket I found
111 aili.itiier u fur Imrtli u Cape Cod.
but It I not e ,t! risen in thce water.
The leall erlai ket I n Very active
aivliiitner nnd le t adapted to i,u!liie
Ineiit. Tin- li-nibi-rjacket la not u kih1 !sh
to int. a It lii-ili I mllicr hard and
dry, but It 1 a ha::dsoiu. tls'.i to look
at. It skin h" Koii-ewhat Hie ii 1
I'.iiiiine of tmln I'-ath.r. ciiiim-.I Ly
the form and arranci im tit of the
si 'Si lea, w heh lite Moall. cxtn uudy ll.n
row mid ih oi ly In. Led. b d lu tin- akin
utul Ini'L-nlni Iv fihiied. nmkiiig Very
line. Iire-ji'la" l.iieinl wrinkle nil ovei
the b ai L.Tjai i.cl'a Lody.
The Lo.lv i.f the b-.-itlierJaekct I-
v-''y t!:1!! nnd i i,"llo-shi: ed. II lias a '
hinder tall ami a axnll. pointed aimiii. !
A eln.it. fpln.i t'.n i.'ii the back I f"l
low ed Ly n I uip' r .p.is.il fin, w hleli '. 1
broken up in ; 11 many lii.lct. The anal
Uu l nl-'i loiu ami I't'rtly coiiiiii-il of
l.lilet Lclilml. There are two very
'ti-iui-'. ahsirp Iu.-a lu front of tl.
The I' iithci J : 1 k t haa a aniiill li-nd
and large eye it tul a moderately large
leouili. It i of a pittpilsli pray on tin-uplM-r
part of Ita body. Li:t the lower
and pre.ilcr pint of It lly I allvcry.
The Ltenst iln and the rsiudal fin nr
tinged with yellow-. Tli" lcatl.crjn.-ket
I lorinul for m" ed. and il i 11 quli I
sliiii itT. It iiearct ii'h.tloli ainoiii.
well know 11 r:.c are tl-e jiuuiiami.
the iniNiiilisl.i . t'.n- t!,rcail:lh. the y. I
low 11 ii. kcr. I ami the niu!'er:!li-.
New Vo:k S in.
The I amrrn la Knrr)la
All ai'ci unt wa n icntly ghen of 'hp
use of the caui'Til for aurveylng pur-p.-sc
Ly the aurey (lep;tiin-iit of the
Cauadliiti govertimetit. The In -IIuhI lu
iU.-sti,,ii v.aa liitri .lui-ed In Is- with
a view to reb'.iv the ent of the or
diu.iry tnei'.i'il of mrvey, which 1
(-nine cxccsHtve In t!-;" lowky iimtin
taln dlKtrlet. In that year U" aipiarc
inlli' were attrveyi-.l Ly photography,
nnd thi aiiiouni aiendily Increased nn
til lu 1V1 nml li.' double thl ijuan
til y w.i dealt with, the coat of auirey
ls-ilip but 111 abdlltiK T (ipiare mile.
The in. 'limit dcj-inW iihui the fact
that a enn-.-ta with a aiiltnble len
give a true, pt-rapeetlv. Tben having
a iila it ami el'-vntlon of any atructure.
It i poiLle to contruct geometrically j
a M-rpcct'.Te view, ami converaely
from pcr.ectlve view It la poILl(
to pa by geometrical cnntruct!ou to
the plan and elevation, duly a amall
party. ron!ting of the oHigrapher.
bla alalaut and a packer and lalmrvr.
are mpilred In th field, and the
ainiiunt of ground covered la Try
great. Thu the IW aUre mile ur
Teyed lu IMC only required aixty-ooe
Work lug daya In the field, an Important
matter, aiii.-t the heavy annwa lu the
To grap wlLh tho
hand of frleaJ-
hlp
The btrrtenej hr.nd of care.
We niiikt die tn the val'.ry of '.rouble,
And pli'nt a fioatr there.
Ti rpraU with the voire that bilsjr.a
DrlKht cheer to the aad and lone,
mut wait In tho chamber tf al
ienee.
And there 1-arn the rr.nglr tone.
Ciiria'.lan ObrernT.
i :
hai la Vr l.lfef
A'hat Ij ycur life? A wa3:dc flower
That ipriugt and blosjocia I'.n iil.riuu
hour
In ch.i,l-t ami sun -hlnc. wind and rain,
Then Orcpj to earth Ita beaj ugaiu.
What U your life? A cloud ct hl;
That awlnia In fields of aiun" Ilfth!.
Wind-blown, m:n-klird, till clone cf
day.
When, iiomhre-hurd. It fadu ai
Whst I your life? A heavenly blr'h,
Se n throtuh the vcMu;e of the eur'.li,
A atar Diet whlf tu e'lr the Jin.
liy H'm who ottr, anJ gave, with-
uraw n.
r.ohrrt nirX
- ;!,!.i- fcr 5.-.1 pb ii ir.t '
U'iw. hut liii'.iiln d . ut 1
.1 '( ::i ? -di'li r l':!l
Tl:e weti rn men h.ivo
the rae r.f the L-: !'o
I ur.v
l:;a'!
::i (1,::
stre.
:pew.
! v
J f.
Baralaas the Italy Kraal.
( Irarlne III Tl t ile.
"Wbinivcr I too a b'Jii-cwl'e i-.v!;h
Ing the lllii out of a roj.ti with a
cioth and nipyho fu'.'.owlng up one ao'.l.
tary fly until he : rlJ cf I',, and then
closing ihe (lata of the blln 1 to keep
the room nice am! cool." hil l an old
ajMler, "It mak' me tb'.nk of a lit'.le
Incident of my life ta the army.
"We had at one t'.y.e tilblcy ten'a.
They were the blj tenia, yuu remrin
Lit. clrvii'ar on the ground, eaeh nsaile
to bold about IS nicn, ai;J up,orti-J
by a renter po'e and having a rlrculrr I
oprr.lr.s fit the top tor lentlbllen.
"Thli rp-.-nlng wr.a pi-rtiapa 1') or II
Inches In dlameur. It had a rover c.f
Mime sort for ba ! weather, but the ore
that lx -longed to our tent we lo't right
c ay, and we nev. r go: tao'ber.
"One day la Virjla.a oar tent wa
full of file- I thlak I never asv ta
many fls tefore. I should fjy there
mi'ft have te-n ab-ut 1T.ih,0.0"0 or
thfra. I don't know what brought ao
niany of thena Into our tent, maybe
amnebody had a piece of n:eu. there,
but one of Hit' men wai tjcl'.nrd to be
a little disturbed by them, lie thought
there were l io.ooo.ooo of 'em, and I
raid I tbouihl he tilght be r'ght.
" 'We'd, by thunder." he ta.d, "I'm go
ing to gtt rid of them.'
"Ile got aome powder. 1 don't know
how much, but aomcthln lea than a
tun. and ipread It round In the tent
and led train outride. Then when
we'd go: everyihlng out of tho ay he
Srcd tbc train.
"You've ieen the ftearo come out of
the tmolccjlack of a lacomotlve when
the engine wna exhaua'tng, a quick pu!T
a'.ralght up and then the cloud of ex
panding ateam. Well, that puff of pow
ckr imoke went tip out ot the opening
In the top ot our teat something like
that, only there wat ten time ia much
ot It and It broadf ned out into a great
whlta cloud: and up through the renter
of the cloud, below It and above It, the
tlte of the opening In the tent, rote
what aeemed to be a aolid column ot
(Ilea; If I hadn't reen diet at nee I ahould
think that all the fila tn the world
tnuat have been blown up In lh: ex
pioMon." New York Sun.
Mr( leiUa J-e.
Clint' i tl a reru.n klnJ may be to
bauilitotiK ly a'.oucd for ai io leave tho
ofJcndrd alin-is: pl.nl to have be.n th
!itl:n cf tlierjj. A good example of
this I fu'.ind la a aiory reported by tba
Daltlmure E::n. ei lelatt l ly Ctuerul
M.Cleilan:
"It wasi rear ths l'y of Joesico dur
ing the Mexican war." tal l General Me
I'lellan, "th-t I f.rat nut my future
t;riat oppoBlng ccixand'T. I waa a
Ihsiteaant of cncltieera, and Lee
a major of erg I num. ar.d a favorite
on the staff of C'ncral Wlrifii ld BcotL
f waa walking ai mo acrom a field one I
day, whra 1 saw Oncral Sro:t and bit
taff approicblng on horwback. As
the finy drew near Major Ie re'.aej
up bla hot. arid aiii!reJiag nie In aa
anisry tone, tal l: j
" 'Urntearnl, don't you know you are
d'.scbeylrs trdcri? What la your
name?"
"I tiild lilr.i by r.?me MjClcllan.
nnd that ! (MJ not kno 1 wjj disobey-Ir.-;
orrlrru.
''All orTi.crj ba.e hern told to re
n.alu la their (I'.iartc.-s and await cr
ili i;:' be cicluimcjit.l! appearing vr,-y
r.r.?.y.
"I replied that no r.mh cr L'r had
r. a-brd me, and h" th.n peremptorily
ordered use bid to my quarters, and
l-:i:i'en'J aviLT lo Join (icm-ra! 8c:'.
ard the let of the staff, who bad not
utiipped.
"I returned acrai the did lo my
cuartera, fceilnn niiu-h Injured, far I
bad not knulnjly cummlttrd any
breaeu of -dlaelpllne. I rosnplalned to
n;y fllo oITlo rs of Major Lcca treat
n.er.t of me. Scarcely had I finished
in) story whin 1 waa told thai thtrc
vet on olirer oultide wbo whed to
K' me, anJ 1 was greatly au'pruw J to
find Major l-e aratrd there upan his
hi me
ly c.
uiorr, :.
c.ti
n a.i
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1 (
f. i! . . I : . .
: -r.
T!." c .:!':. ; r t
t .i a f 1 l.i" ') f
Iii.il..-'- b.-n-:e.
Thi ... :; ,a i.: .t:,.;-
j .'..nr.:;., v.,,,1 it, k: r ; i ,1
j ad ' i:;!iy bi.le cf cot ,
I Th'-' oth.- M:;H J
! t. zt Ctrj.h-a-. iil.-
wcr.t t,j t il .ric and i
cut.
V.fnry Tity, whi wa
i nith-butirsd local tt C
r- uty, a ,'tw d-ys t;.,
t.T- r!..
Airs i-'nith'a g'n at F)
M int county, burai-l a fw
tgi. Six b.ilea of u.'.m.irse.l
ilemasc J.
Jack rc!i:,'y Jail bond i t t!. a
'.f t'O.C'.'O wora t'tcatl I-tr, l:,v
th arh-wil fund ly the S:u;e U.
rducatios.
I'carl V.'ii: ,a v. a sin.', l.i the !..,
Icr nt V."c.t(;n. C'olila rour.ty. n
iaya --. rhytlclcn have filled to I
fite the bill.
M. J. F.yerlcy, rrt.-.!I liquor d- in
Waco, filed a deed of trust tee. :.:; f.,r
tho lencflt of creditor. L!j!-. '...:
II. Inret. a horre trabr, hit
by a live electric wire falling on i ni
st Fhcrai.n, the other day. II; t .,::.;;
tltia l very aerinm.
II. T. Wln'rra. general tnerrhar.;, i.f
-1.7 F-i't. Frij county, has an .r.-.el
:;b 21. P. Thraina. trus '-; in.: ', a:.J
liab'.lltiea i:r I now n.
T. J. Trice, wbm lives nc-.r Kri-.!:i.an.
Kaufman rmr.ty, waa kiik'J hi ihe
kl dofaen the o'b-r day by n o:'ii.-. li t
will prj'i...!!y r.i.'. rccvtr.
I. S. CiwdlcR. la the b r k s.:. f i-'iin.-.ry
b'ir ir.f-ea nt ('! L-i.-ne, 'I 'd a
t.-u t dei d ;l e oilier day w Ith i .'. . r .1
crrd.'.orc tu tho r.i.c..i: f J".
A rrarl train on th I' ' ,n
Tciaa Contri l was (l-i-alW ,1 at V. .'.
creek, CVilin c.r:n:y, the ct'., r n
t: S. Vr.f or two cs.'sj eve cam.T' i.
J. I). M.C.iy, d".iier In dry p ' -. a
Plana. Collin roc.n'y. rt c.itii! a it". I
of tnir.t on 111 r! k cf po C.. -. r:..
rl.iyi nanlr. J. C. PhM.'.r. c . tr : -tee.
J. 11. Crrr end J. V. Ii.-.rdlu. tf 7, r-
Or; 1
II-
rel!, Kaufmtta county, h.v.e si, " I
He caluled, end 1 returned the i l-'-'J (arl.nds of Jersiy rattle a.i l a
r.e nrade of hoj to the State P...r ul
Mr. J. I. Tipton w
killrd t: Overton, nut
iclgttj r;.i. ly a frd.-tht
run cv--eouut;.',
trata.
i r:.iute.
. . .. . i , r-' . n ...ii v. t
1.11 III! litfl,. .w . v ., 1...U, r.n.i ut, I Ui,aS,
car that in our iiiceting j-;.t )nrw i
wna i'.i.'oartc .Us la tur.e of manner.
and 1 have come lo e.tprcr.i to ycu tho 1
lryret which, unler the c!rcumtam.ej.
a F nili a, an rbould.'
"I scared hl,a that It was all right,
stii! w ith a salute an ! a low bow, whl,-h
I fe'llrply returned, be rode away.
having me lost in aumiratton oi a an. tT vbu fob! are entlnlv d. i
p.rior or.r-r who cc-.tld so proui:d;j ; ?;ot tJ .j. gr,a
U cjttoa.
d a'rc:
l'iy was r::
ornsthn.
TU crrr-.y v....-m Is deva.-tli
ui!i! around Whsatliad. Ij
or..l
el.ll
11 J
'V.-l.
and gvncroitely rep!r an error."
hoiwea and I wo n.orf than tln d meu
Mtapgered and aplnahed ucn-aa the
"drift" and turned Heir lue toward
Mangwe. Away back t the tiorth n
thl. k. black auicke wa ndllTia over
ll,.- NiatpH bill like a funeral pall.
Tic r.iornln-4 after the retiini of the
two meu f re ill their erllou cViH-dl-l
ion upl. Van K.aiyci'. a noted hunter
asi.l iraiier. Iinlmul mi Indunim ..n I
Sniipiilul il to UII the M Ini'o cave
nml let him know wluil wa ll; :v.
Tin-, n. nil iilii'!inl a few day lau-r,
nst. I wild that he bad ctiierci! the ''-
"1M.I you Hud a k dV nk -.1 an
IiooVCU.
". i." replied hatigi.lulm. "I fotiml n
dead mnti. M f Li i'.ui" ''" '"
away. He wa not n g il " New
York lloribl.
Hisklc greatly reduca the time dnr
lug whleli It p(ibl" to work. On
the return of the parly home the pack
er and hilxirvr wen- dlaiuiaaed. and the
ti'iaigmplM-r ami hi aiatant pnx-eeib
e.l lo plot their miips from tlwlr anr
veya, the coninnra In thl caw belli fl
I put In al lii -fc-t Interval, the ground
i being civ pre. Ijiiion. The acale UmiI
, wn 1 o.,ii,i (;i i; i,,,),,. ,r u,i,.,;
Ilnally It wa ii diieed one half by tho
: g iM'tntuetit - Uallway Itcvlew,
n( K(ioi i Hi.t:nf .
..( raated.
"The difTcreiicp betwern a lierse and
a wheel I that you nlwny Inive the
hitler under perf.vt (unirol."
' lndnii: 1 pile you've never ln-n
thrown by your biLc."-l'li!ludelphU
North Amerliiiu.
rui
nail's er nuiunii linir nuii viucaeu hvjiii- n.rcTore.i ii'ior" wmir; n war. i ot i (i,t
er. In hi band ho h -Id a maU 1 r.i:ipllcat -d uiultei aiill finther. It.-j ,,ri, w. ddcnn.ia. Tho other
woiVt Idol, which be w.ivnl tlirent- I twecu them and the f i of tin bill, i ni(.mlH'r of the party would not be
cBitiiy on all !d. sptlngmg this wsy ; Bbout lost yrd :'. wa au open ( m for Di( an lnur. and the Inj ired
Treallna a DUIaeallaa VMlta
ler and steam l'l
' "IVobably a queer a plv of bai k
, wihmU aut gery as liaa leen (b- l IK-d."
: aaya a ftiueiiler f the neglor. "wrna
i that performed by a Mooachead Uke
I guide known a "Old Katmttu,' a.xue
twenty year ag.i. Tlie man waa not
an Indian a the nickname linplle. but
j a Yankee, one of thoae Miigh follow
fornieilv charactcrlRtlc of that locality.
Thla guide wa left on a lake steam
boat at one of the far up landln;
while the engineer went a!iore with
the company. A man named Mcvve
ea-.iie. aUianl. nml In fo-ilini around
the- Imnt maiiail -d to tumble down Int i
the lire pit and pat hi alioitlder old of
A tri-m-bcr at Suedeiiliun;, X. !i., ba
got biu-Rclf int'i irouMe by an alleged
bypn. tlr.lng of a ymiii.- woman ami a
rcftiRiil to awaken her. The girl says
be auffei-a preat agony In (ouneqacu.
w heneTcr there I a thunderstorm .
The aultan of Mom-co aii-tn to l
quite a laudly man, notwlthatandiiig
one-aided reiser'a which haTe len cir
culated reiiwtlng him. for a U.tub-n
nrm hare iii.i.l- for hlin. nnd forward
el to III roml palace, fonr double am!
ouo ainle liahy c.-l rrla sc.
A acrjient In (Mi,fliienent ha leen
known to ivfiiv.- nil f,ad for n period
of twrnty-ona it.ont i. A tl r will
live ten iiioniha without r,id, and a
lM-r lx 1'ionth. while ci: a hona
will live tw. iilydire .lava without Sol
id feud, uwdy drliiklm; water.
A War Tlaia Trar'.
In the year of grace one Jacob
Starr. In the city ot Montgomery, AI..
took it Into bis head that he was a
man of some literary and hlstoihil
ability.
Starr rnt to work to keep up a
diary. He recorded every eent of note,
and waa ao proud of bla work that be
read It to hi nelgbbois. Two young
lady friend lived next door, and sttarr
read his diary to them every evening.
The girls enjayed It very much, and
repeated the content ot the document
to their beaux.
All thla risde Ita work. The points
la the Starr biography were duly
quoted. The young men about !oa
d!rus-'cd the matter, and It waa aoca
decided that Starr was a public enemy
who Ceaerved the worst punishment,
8o Jacob Starr waa watched. Lead
ing confederate were consulted, and
they agrvfd that he ought to be
hanged or shot.
Hut the Innocent went en writing
and reading, and it never occurred lu
blm that be was lu any danger.
Starr wrote down the lmprelons of
the people aa Shermin advanced, and
laughed orr It. Then he took hi
dlnry next door and read ll to the
yout'c ladles.
After that cvetylwdy laughed over
It. The town b eapeclally w-te
hllni -biu. Tht re was a general demand
for sotnethliig more from tbc pen of
Jacob Starr.
Mr. Stair piomptly rc-pomlcd. His
diary was produced whenever tt was
demnni'.ed, and tt la nee.llras to s.iy
that It waa enthusiastically re.-elved.
One night the town boys got tocrtv
cr. Tlic laoked over tbc Surr i'.ui).
paid him a call and then strung him
up to a tre down by the river side.
Mr Stir' tat up all night wg'.chlrf
for her husband, and In the early
dawn of Sunday morning she took a
negro boy In a bugiy with her and
eut down the dead body ot the foolish
man who bad attempted to keep a
war diary.
That was the end of the Jueb Starr
"phxnde for a while, bt.t 1 see It oocas
'ona'.ly cropplns out In nlai.innr tmd
Mher pcrinUUals.
When we sit down and th'nk nf It
now. It strikes us all as a brutal (hir.
out won-e ming ccrtlrrwi wtihin
stone'a threw of us.
Spanking a Soldlar.
A Confederate cnptaln recently told
Mr. J. A. Walrous, a writer of "wai
s'.orlis." tbout taro amall boys who
during the Civil War. found tbeir way
Into the Louisiana regiment to which
the captain belonged. Twitb were from
ten to twelve years old, and both h J
run away from hoa;e, and 're servlnj
u drummers.
At the battle of Fhlloh one of the;.-,
little fellows threw away his drun
early In the engagement, picked up tht
musket of a wounded eoldler, an!
fought like a young hero as long a
the battle raged.
Not long after the battle, while thi
bcy-sohller's laurels were still fresh op
oa blm, bis mother learned whsra ti
waa and caaie after him. Tba regimen
was drilling at the time, and tba bo)
wa with It. The mother rushed upo;
the drlll-gTcund and seised her boy.
"Run away from home, will you?
the screamed; "why, you ara notula,
mora than baby. You come right torn
with your mother."
As the boy showed soma unwilling
cess, she took him across her knee,
and. In the presence of the whole regi
ment, gave him a sound rpaoklng.
Then she led him away, the
tng and boohoolng at the to
voice.
She had to unit some tin
chance to get away, and mean
of the soldiers saw the boy, "no wa
still crying, and asked It he was try
ing brcauae his mother hurt him.
"No!" he shouted.
A ftw mom lcca ai. whil J.:.a
liuff, a young man t.f Itrady, V. ':u
Icch county, w.-s walking at a i'.r.. 1, i
right hard was ccujht in the m-. h'ii
try and cut off.
SL A. Evrrcit, aged ZZ, of J.xnlun.
N. . waa run over la the yards at
Palestine. Andervin county, st-v, ril
morninfs ago, and fat.iliy injarej. He
waa between the cars.
Mrs. E. IX IV.IIsrJ. of Waco, made a
ded cf tru-t recently, conveying t'r
n i'.llncry tuliifs to Misa liura Cl.i'
aiUy, a truntee, U aecure cre.'.:'';
show cla.m apgregate JooO.
While riding a wild hor a fear i!j
ago a young son of 11. W. Winn, o!
Ivntun. Denton county, was thrown
Into a barbed wlra tcne and ?rl su'y
but not fatally rut tn the thigh.
Hr. D. E. Tbrach, an eldrly man;
Mrs. M. H. Iewla, a middle-aged wo
man, and Charles Fisher, a ycur.K
man, all of Houston, arc la duran-
lie, charged with murder.
M. P. Ellis, who live near Lcne Oak.
Hunt county, was held up by U.re
marked men stveral eights ago. whi'
on hia way home, and robbed cf wi
1 mil i
a soldier like me would cry oecause
he was hurt? Didn't ! fight Jiwt as
well as the best ot them at th great
battle?"
"Y'ea. Johnny, but what am yu cry
ing abor?'
"I'n crying becaosa my mother
spanked ma right betora the whole
regiment!"
In aplte of his protests, th boy bad
to go home with bis mother, a was
proper.
llreeuvllle. Hunt enmity, got his ! ;
In the seed elevator, and the o"k'c
bnncs were badly cru-hed a few i!
rtjn ten lunnoM
ttt nesi Cola.
The first I'nlted States coins bore th
hkencfs of Martha Washington. The
general was greatly annoyed and had
the die altered, fearing that his polit
ical opponents would construe the mi
ner on the coin aa Indicating a deaire
for nnl honor. Our coinage one
coiuirin-d a Jl g ild piece. The author
led a, I for this coin wa passed Fob.
il. 1SMI. and Its coinnpe (m begun In I
Iv'il. It is ild that very tow of tUec I
piece are now In cxletcnsc. I
Tli residence of J. A. Frasar burn".!
the other evening In Henrietta. Cl.i
cunty. Ixmi IlI.O-W; Insurance ;: "'.
Dl'trlct Judge Miller loei $uti) worth
of property and Prof. Wahlren aVsnit
:ox
Wilson H.'ar. ciani'.f.'.iturtr f iU'ri
an'' dealer la tobacco, at i;!ael.!.
Cml roiinty, gave a chattel r.iortt,.S"
on bis steak and fixture th oiher
night to aecure creditors. l.'a'.'!',;tie
JtriS; fsets unknown.
Tom Patmasi. a 'i"J: g fri.:,--.
near Denton, D. ntou raun'y. w.
nutied ths other day fir s're.v
brcther name to un oni.r f
lnril(vllhla faasi.
A strutige afswrtuient ot objecta wa
removed by a surgical operation In an
Odeaaa hivpltal from th stomach ot a i nI'l!it A"""""- ',a'"r
ltered leltrr. but was afters..
Ic-s.hI by 1:1s Ir.i.l.cr wyir.? !
given tilm the neeesjry an:H. :
Sijvrrul dnys r.'i Mr. M
till ft na a gails-ry if her 1;.. li
re!!, K;-.".fT.na ci-utity, w!.,i-
a r.w king chair, with her !i
le h"r arm. She jU'::.-I a
and e.ratihc "! the ii
I ured s! shtly.
j While .r. P. 1.. Sherr.il, i f 7
I Hell eo'i'ity. w as l'ng oner..'' I
i. -IK
ai
l.t.
a r -s-:
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oa !
Yulta woman, suffering from a horrible
form of ttarvatton. It compriaed a
fork, a piece of Iron, two teaspoons, a
needle, a plcvi of lac with the crochet
needle, two two-and-a-quarter Inch
nails, four plecea of glass, eight but
ton, and a key. The woman la out ot
danger, and the content of her atom
ach attract crow ds to the hospital usu
scum.
"And you say that the haiUtoneg
were M latg as boa esj;?" "No," ka!J
the cant Sou person, "they were not
quite that. They were, ajy, about ih
site of boarding hou-e cunteloupe."-
lnjlanapolls JiJi.rvai.
few days ag,), her 1 l-ctunths-ol 1 ii i 1,
which wa playing about th rnun. g t
hold ot a bottle of carbolic a id m.d
wallowed the content. The baby dt. d
la a tew minute.
Th east-bound Central p.u-,. .'ii,; t
train at th union depot a r.r'Mih.uu.
Washington county, a few evi-r..i.t: i
ago. ran orer a nejr earned Au ! n
llou, cutting olt ltb b-;. It.-ftan-!ing
ot the trala tsi.': ; to a
Mend, ai:d in en l.gnn i i v ; e,,
ll started and he Mi t :i -!-- ibe wkt.-t
II will prolullv il e. ,

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