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Gulf Coast breeze. (Crawfordville, Fla.) 1897-19??, June 04, 1897, Image 5

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Ills Ioculliir Kxporloiiccs KxporloiiccsJ03EI BXllorltmccsJ lzpnrlrnccaO3FI
OiU MESSERQER n 1 Deputy
A J J03EI Sheriff of Grnyflou County
rents 1 Xt1 baa n 1 brtmd brandnow now dovico devicefor dovicofor dovicofor
for biiitgiu briii iug in prisoners whom whomho wbomho whomho
ho has arrested Ho is probably the theUnit thoIlrllt thedrat
Unit peaco cuco olllccr in tlio United States Statesto
to adopt it Tlio ha dovico is nothing nothingmore nothingmoro nothingmore
more nor or loss than that of bringing bringingthem bringingthem bringingthem
them in on tho tout ronrstup stop of his bicycle bicycleI
1I I should think thin Ie youd ho afraid torisk to torisk tofisk
risk yourself in your our prisoners 11 isouers power powerto
F to that extent suggested ono ofcnn ofcnninturostuil at In Inintorostull
4 inturostuil circle of auditors tho other othernight othernight othernight
night in tbo rear of Gibbs drug storo storons
ns Mr Mossorgor hadboon explaining
how it is dono donoWell donoWell doneWell I
Well that was what hnt that fellow fellowthought tellowthougbt followthought
thought tho other night when I Ibrought Ibrought Ibrought
brought him in from Southraayd Southraaydwas outhr lrd lrdwastho
was wastho the roply hut I didnt hare ft ftbit 1 1bit abit
bit of difficulty in explaining to him himhow himt
t how matters stood As a 1 matter of offact offaot ofr
r faot it is every bit as snfo to bring a aprisoner aprisouer aprisoner
prisoner in standing on tho rear stop stopof stepof stopof
of your wheel as any other way VI and andpossibly onllpossibly andpossibly
possibly safer If the follow is on ono onohorse onohorse onehorse
horse and you on another ho may mako makosomo makosomo makesame
somo motion and get the advantage of ofyou ofyou ofyou
+ you before you can help yourself but butif butif butif
if hos standing on tho stop of your yourbioyolo yourbioyolo yourbicycle
bioyolo hos got to hold on to yonr yonrshoulders yonrshoulders yourt
t shoulders It dont make a t bit of dif difference dieferonoe difforonco ¬
ference bow dark a night it is if ho hogoes hoRoes hegoce
goes to make m ko tho least unusual motion motionyon motionyou motionyou
you can fool him and you can throw throwhim throwhim throwhim
him off the wheel boforo he can wink winkan winknn winkan
an oyo Before ho can got up again againyou againII againyou
II you can cover him with your yourguu gun and andthere nn nnJ andL
J 1 L there ho hoHow is isHow isHow
How abont that fellow you youbrought youbrouRht youbrought
brought in from Southmayd asked askedGibbs aakedGibbs askedGibbs
Gibbs Gibbsr
r GibbsOh Oh 1 almost forgot to toll about abouthinii abouthim abnuthim
hinii him was the reply About 10 10oclock 10oolock 10oclock
oclock ononight one night a month or BO SI ago agowo agowo agowe
wo got a telegram from Soathuiayd Soathuiaydetatincr Sotltllmayc1stating
stating that a man m n had just been shot
out I reckon you all knowthat know knowthat knowII
II that Southmayd sou tbmayd is the th 0 first little sta station stltion atalion ¬
tion west of hero on the T P and is isabout isabout isabout
about twelve miles away by tho wagon wagonroad wagonr wagonroad
road r ad Tbo telegram didnt say how howbad howbatl howbad
bad tho follow was hurt and wo didnt didntknow didntI
I i know but maybo somo followd boon boonmurdered boonmurdered
murdered mur dered outright Tho Sheriff told toldmo toldmo toldme
1 mo to go out and BOO about it so I Ijumped Ijumped Ijumped
jumped on my wheel and off I went wentWhen wentWhon wontWhen
When I got out there I found thateomo that thatBomo thatsomo
eomo Bomo follow had shot a man there in inftd inthe inthe
the d dark rk tho shot going throut throu Jbo Jbot the theMt
Mt t ftd 4aQlotJDllDerely inflicting merely V a scalp scalpWereid
1 Wereid 1i d > It war I a clow OtoaeH1J1j e sall U but no no nodo D
gvM s + rketyra t4 dt satrall satrallv i II 1t 1tIctdMtT1
v 5 IctdMtT1 do 4eite i The fellow f tthd hbwa wirskot war akot 1a Midhi Mid MidhVhidnbidea I
t hVhidnbidea Jihadn hi had no idHwbate idewhatever whatever erl aa idf t W whotad whotadBhpthim whohadsh who had hadshot
Bhpthim sh shot t him Well W IJI Ispehia I spent a couple of ofhours ofhours ofhoatefooliog
hours hoatefooliog fooling around aroundtalkingto talking to various variousfolks variousfolks variousfolks
folks and trying to got eomo idea who whohad whohad whohad
had dODo it Finally after midnight midnightawhile midnightawht1o midnightawhile
awhile I considered I had dono all I Icould Icould Icould
could so I started homo When I Ioame Ioameto Icame
came oameto to whore the wagon agon road crosses crossestho orossostho crossesthe
tho railroad just by tho aovon sevenmile sevenmiletrnok sovonmiletrack milo milotrnok
trnok as they tboyolll call it I thought to my myself myself ¬ i
i self Id look at tho tank tankor or pond as astbo astho asthe
the Eastern folks call it itnnd and if there therewas theroWas therewas
was any ny ducks or geese on it Id taUo taloa taUoa
f a fow cracks at em with my aixshogtor six sixHboqter 81xj
j Hboqter Whilo I was flxin dn to dothis do dothis dothis
this I noticed a dim light ebinin ebininthrough shlninthrough shininI
I through tho cracks of a little old oldshanty oldshanty oldshanty
shanty that had boon built for fortlbhing fishing fishingparticn llbhingportion
t 1 portion right by tho side of tho tank tankNow taukNow tankNow
Now if HI I hail been riitin n borso in instood instead inatoad
stood of a bicycle tho racket of his hishoof hishoof hishoof
hoof bile would wo ltl bUVG auvo scared away the thofellow thefellow thefellow
fellow in tho shanty Itoforo I could couldhave couhlhave couldhave
have got to him but n OR it was I Islipped 1slipell Ialipped
slipped up and peeked through tho thocracks thocraoksbororo theeraoka
cracks craoksbororo before ho know I 1 way any anywhere I1nywhero anywhere ¬
where around There was a 1 rutty pruttytoughlooking prottytoughlooking l > ruttytonghlooklng
toughlooking citizen on the inside insideand insideand insideand
and ho was just cooking his supper supper I Ithongbt 1thought Ithought
thought it would bo a voryHtrnngo voryHtrnngothing very strange strangethlnJl atrangothing
thing if any honest man woro cooking cookinghis
his supper there in that lonesono lonesonoplace lonesonoplaoo lonesonuplace
place at 1 oclock at night so I gutthe got gottbo gottho
the drop on him with my gun and andmade anllmado andmade
made him Rurrendar When I searched isearchodhim searchedhim searchedbim
him I found that he had a sixshooter sixshooteron alx ahootcr ahootcron
on and that ono load had been shot shotout shotout shotout
out of it Ho admitted having passed passedthrough passodt passedthrough
t through Southmayd a fow hours bo boforo booforo before ¬
foro BO I thought I Lad good ground groundfor
for believing ho was the very ery fellow followthat fellowthBt fellowthat
that had Mono do no tho shooting out there thereAnyhow thereAnhow thereAnyhow
Anyhow I knew wo could got a case caseagainst calloagainst easeagainst
against him for carrying a pistol so I Iconcluded Iolooluded Iconcluded
concluded to take him in After some somolittle somelittlo somelittle
little argument I persuaded him to got getup gotop gotup
up behind mo on the stops of my bioyale bioy bicycle bioyole ¬
ole oleF
F Hero Mr Messerger paused a mo momont momoot momoat
mont and sailed rather sardonically sardonicallyWhat 8ardonienllyt sardonicallySVhat
t What arguments did you use useasked usaasked useasked
asked ono of the crowd crowdOb erowlJI
r I r F Oh I just persuadod him was wastbo wastho wasthe
the reply repl with a significant emphasis emphasisOf
Of course 1 took his gun away from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him and then ho got up behind me moall mei meall
i all l right enough After wo had gone gonesome gonesomo gonesome
some little distance ho scorned to take takea
a notion to talk talkYon talkYou talkYou
You seem lo 0 bo a sort of expert expertwith oxpertwith expertwith
with a bicycle ho said sai But how do doyou doyo doyou
yo you know knowl I may not bo e just as good goodmyself goodI goodmyself
I myself I can feel my thigh pressing pressingyour pressingyour pressingyour
your sixshooter but what is there to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent mo from taking it away from fromyou fromyou fromyou >
you shooting you and then riding off offon offon
on your wheel wheelI
I just sorter laughed and said saidOh saidOh saidOh
Oh I dont reckon youll do anything anythingOB
OB bad as all that thatJust thntJust thatJust
Just about bouttb that t timo I felt him himmako hJmmllko himmake
make eomo eomo peculiar lcculi r kind of motion moUoDl motioniiikIii
l f t tf I
I never did know whether whetb r ho was in inearnest fnonrnost
earnest in trying to escape ernpo or whether whetherho
ho was just joking Im not oven sure surewhether snrowbether surowhether
whether he himself knew or not The Thofirst Thefirst lhofirst
first thing ho really did < know ho was wascrawling waflornwlfng wascrawling
crawling out from titular a barbed barbedwiro barbedwlro barbedwire
wire fence once and nnt was poking up the thebarrel thobarrel thebarrel
barrel of a 1 big navy six sixshooter shooter with withtho withtho withthe
tho moonlight gleaming down it and andme nlldme andme
me at tho other onil end As soon as ho hocould hoeoull1 hocould
could catch his breath he gasped gaspedI
H II I understand now why you wasnt wasntttfrjidofme WIEI1 WIEI1nfrllil wasntafro
afro ttfrjidofme nfrllil id or me but you modnt hnvo hnvoexplained hnvoe1 haveexplained
explained e1 > lllnell things quite so hard hardAfter hmlHArter hard4lftor
After that ho got up behind mo moaprnin moalnin nton
n aprnin nin and never said another onol her word wordtill wordtill vordtill
till we got to Sherman It turned oat oatthat Olltthnt oatthat
that ho wasnt tho mOil who lied doio doiotbo losothe lo IO IOillo
the shooting at Suuthnmyd ftftp ft9i ft9innd a1t a1tand Vi Viand
and Maxoy said ho diduft lid Jcnbw Jcnbwwhether knew knewwhether tntnvwhethor
whether or not ho could mako tho thopistoltoting thopistoltoting thepistol
pistoltoting pistol toting once I stick being as tho thofollow tholellow thefollow
follow was n traveler BO wo 0 turned turnedhim tnrucdhim turnedhim
him loose Ill hot ho never monkeys monkeyswith mOllko monkeyswith 1 1with
with another officer on a 1 bicycle bicyclethough bloyclethouRl1 bicycletbough
though thoughMr
Mr Mcssergor weighs rol hfl 175 17 pounds poundshimself IJOnnihhimsolf ponadshimself
himself and as his prisoner on this thisoccasion this00019ion thisoccasion
occasion weighed about as much it itWill ittvill itEvill
Will bo soon that tho total weight wol ht on ontho ontho onthe
tho wheel was considerable It is a aregular 1 1regular aregular
regular 8100 100 wheel of n wellknown wellknownmako woll vollJcuownmalto kuown kuownmake
make weighs tnrontyflvo pounds and andhas amIhas andhas
has no special features except that it ithas ithlsa ithasa
has hlsa a step on each side in tho ronrin ronrinstoad ronrinsteld ronrinstead
stead of on only ono side This rlli slight slightvariation slightnratioll slightvariation
variation was made fol f tho special spooinllo spooinllocommodation ac accomniodation aocommodation
commodation of tho prisoner who has hasto hasto hasto
to stand behind Mr Mossergor flays flaysthat snysthat saysthat
that tho only changes ho would sug suggest suggcst suggoat ¬
goat in tho construction of wheels ia iathat iathat isthat
that the spokos ought to bo mado madoheavier madohelvier madeheavier
heavier and the pedal pe nl cranks thicker thickerWith thiolcorWith thickerWith
With these changes he thinks tho thostrength thestrength I Istrongth
strength would bo increased in such snohway a away away
way as bettor to suit his purposes purposesInstead pUf purpososInstead > OPos OPosInstold
Instead of using the too of his foot for forpedaling forIJcdalins forpedaling
pedaling ho uses tho hollow close Co Cotho tothe o otho
tho heel By so doing ho thinks ho hogains hognin begains
gains in extra strength what ho may maylose mlYloso maylose
lose in speed and of course strength strengthisneodotl stren strengthis th this
isneodotl is neolloll in propelling a wheel with a aprisoners 1 1prisoners aprisoners
prisoners extra woiqht on it Ho is iacontemplating iscontemplntlng iscontemplating
contemplating buying a tandem oii oiiwhich O Owbioh onwhich
which ho expects to be able to bring brin in intwo intwo intwo
two prisoners at a time instead of
ono I
oneMr Mr Mcssorgor claims that the bi bioyolo bioyolo ¬ I
oyolo has numerous advantages adv ntlgeB over overtho ovortho overthe
tho horse for tho uses of a peace peacoofficer peaoooffioer peaceofloor
officer Ho claims that hlt it is not only onlysafer onlysafor onlysafer
safer and more noiseless but that it is ischeaper isol1eaper ischeaper
cheaper and far speedier Ho got his hiswhool hiswheel hiswheel
wheel last May and nd has spout only onlysixtyfive onlysixtyfivo onlysixtyflvo
sixtyfive cents on it for repairs up to todate toelato todata
date As to speed ho recently rode rodefrom rodofrom rodefrom
from Speor to Whitcsboro stopping stoppingalong stoppingalong stoppingalong
along tho way Wyto to summons three thrcowit thrcowitnCIISOS wit witnouses witnodaos
nouses and still atllLooverod covered tho nineteen nineteenmiles ninoteenmile nineteenmilos
miles ia inloaa low than twpJiours two Itours Con OonslrJerinjtl1e8topelt Coneiderjng Considering ¬
sidering slrJerinjtl1e8topelt the theitoprh opf it woaldHavetl would 1l144 have e Ukcri UkcriAH t 1 en enai li liI
AH ektragoeil extra I toe < l horn 1 to tohTa Va > a doret dose that thatprisoners iit iitt iitpriso
4 = r t i
prisoners priso ti ere r ia b this ir way y jt ii is 1e orily onlyfair oltairtQ oltairtQobtain fair tpobrettve tp tpobserve
observe that this tbbdol1 doabtlwa tleu depends dopendemuoh dependsmuch1 dependsm
much1 m ohon ori on the officer om cor himself him oll Mr MrMossorger Mr1 Mr1Mosserger Mr1Moss
Mosserger Moss rger is a man of powerful build buildand buUdand buildand
and has the reputation of being as asbravo asbrnvo asbravo
bravo a Texan as J over faced bullets and andgunpowder andgunpowder andgunpowder
gunpowder He is by no means a man manwhom manwhom manwhom
whom tho average citizen would care careto 01U0to careto
to get into a fight with In tho case casoof oasoof caseof
of an officer of a 1 different kind this thisdevice thisdevloe thisdevice
device might or might not work HO HOwell flOwell sowellGlobo
well wellGlobo GlobeDemocrat GlobeDemocratNothing 0 10 be Domocra DumocratWISE t tWISE
WISE WUitlS WUitlSNothing un us usNothing
Nothing can work mo damage bat batmyetlf batmYI1C butmyselfSaint
myselfSaint myetlf Saint l1lnt Bernard BernardLot DernrmLet BernardLot
Lot each man make hitniolf as ho hotcaohos hotcnohes hoteaohos
tcaohos others to be Hi who is well wellB wollSUlHl wellsubduoi
B tibduol SUlHl uolmay may sub hue others at other3Buddha other3BuddhaNot ber3 Biuldba BiuldbaNot lluddhaNut
Not broken wills notcraniflod not crnoil1e wills willsbut wl11sbut willsbut
but consecrated con ecrlltcl wiiln door oe bo Rook to topour t tpunr topour
pour 1m will throughaamuel through throu b Sauiuol Long Longfellow Lon Longfollow f flotlow ¬
fellow fellowPer lotlowFor followFor
For with all our pretentious l > rotenti1s to on onlijhtenmont onli onlihtenmont
lijhtenmont li htenmont are wo not now a f takin takindesultory tlkindesultory taking takingdesultory
desultory rather than a moJitativo moJitativogeuoratiou molltativogeuoratiou moditativogonoratiouJ
geuoratiou gonoratiouJ J 0 Sbairp SbairpHopo SbairpHope hllrpHopo
Hopo Is tho n rcaimprinjf na1U 1 > rin of human humanaction hUDll1Dnotion humannation
action faith seals our lease of immor immortality immoLtBhty immoetahnty ¬
tality and charity and U love give the thopassport tboBSlport thepassport
passport to the souls true and lasting lustinghappiness lastingbappiness lastinghappinessStreet
happinessStreet happinessStreetFlow happiness Street StreetHow treetRow
How near must a 1 person live to mo moto moto moto
to be my neighbor fiery E lOry person is isnear isnenr isnear
near to you whom you can bless Hois Ho Hois IToIs
is tho nearest to whom you can blocs blosamost blo88mostWilliam blocsmostWilliam
most mostWilliam William Ellory ElloryChauning ElloryChauningIn Ohauning OhauningIn
In proportion as mun gets back tho thospirit thorlrit thespirit
spirit of manliness whichis eclf aclfsacri aclfsacriflco selfsaorifice aaori aaorifloe
floe affection loyalty to an idea be beyond beyond hoyond ¬
yond himself a God aboyo above himself so sofar sofar sofar
far will ho riso above circumstances circumstancesand
and wield then tho 1 at his will wiUvhorletl wiUvhorletlKln willUharlesIciugsloy Charles CharlesKingsloy
Kingsloy KingsloyIt Kln sley sleyIt
It is with some so bard a thing to toemploy toemploy toemploy
employ their tuna that it is a great greatgood greatgood greatgood
good fortune when they have a friend friendindisposed friendiol1lsposod friendindisposed
indisposed that they may be punctual punctualin
in perplexing him when ho is reoovcrud reoov recovered reoovered ¬
ered enough to be in that state which whichcannbt wblchtnnnllt whichcannbt
cannbt bo called sickness or health healthwhen healthwhen houlthwhen
when hois bo is too woll to deny company companyand companyRnd companyand
and too ill to receive them It is no nouncommon nouncommon nouncommon
uncommon case if a man is of any anyfigure anyfigaro anyfignro
figure or power in tile world to bo bocongratulated bocongrotultted becongratulated
congratulated into n reUn rehlJIoSteolo rehlJIoSteoloCnrlu o Steolo SteoloCuring
L I ICuring
Curing Cnrlu Aliupliftni AliupliftniA
A story is related of a London shop
keeper who cured a female doptoma kleptomaniac doptomaniao doptomanine ¬
nine by inviting her into a private privateroom privateroom Jrivato Jrivatoroom
room and anl1leavlng leaving her alone nJunou nJunouwith with his
muscular sistorsent
sent for u couple of birches and andbirched andbirohed andbirohod
birched the shoplifter ehol > lHtcr until she shehowled tibohowled shehowled
howled for moray The shopkeeper shopkeepersays bopkeoporsays
says she has never troubled bis store storeagain storouglllo storeagain
again and ho thinks shois she ho is thoroughly thoroughlycured tltorouRhlcnred thoroughlycured
cured of the mania to appropriate that thatwhich thl1 thatwhich
which does not belong to her I
TII 1 L Olt 01 A HOUt9E HOUt9EAn nOU E
An Attrnc 10 Apeature e ure ire of tho Mod ModIn nodw blodipc
w ipc rua ruaIn ling lingIn
In tho furnishing of f a modern mOelo rn Louse Lousetho housethe JonlJo JonlJotho
tho hall canstituteono constitute if ono of tho most mostserious mostBerious mostsorlous
serious problems llit tt there is ono
I wmsrserivB lJIml CIVG vmw vmwconsolation vtnwconsolation mw mwconsolUotJ
consolation If ono solves it success successfully Ruce successfully s sfully ¬
fully tho hull becomes ono of tho most mostattractive mostattractive I
attractive features of the entire house houseIt
It thou censes to bo a I moro pasture pastureway pIIHnstoway passagewar
way war and becomes a veritable room roomand roo roomiuid 111 111nut
and nut one which strangely Rtrllu elr enough will willbo willbo willho
bo moro generally used than almost almostany almostany lmostIny
any other in tho house In the con conventional canvontionl eonvuntional ¬
ventional city dwelling when w on tho ball ballis hnllis hallis
is long narrow and dark with a 1 high highcoiling highcoiling highcoiling
coiling nUll a 1 flight of stairs that thatmakes thltmf1lws thatmakes
makes an unbroken swoop to tho floor iloorabove tloorbov floorabove
above bov very little can bo done to give givea RIOtruo
a truo artistic oflect If the front door dooris dooris looris
is of solid paneled < 1 wood a 1 great lrnprovemont im improvement Imo Imoprovemont ¬
provemont will result from replacing replacingtho
tho upper panels > Inels with glass 1Isl1 This hiscan hiscantake can cantako cnlltako
tako the form of n sash of small leadedpanes leaded leadedpanes IIJn Olt Oltpanes
panes in fanciful design or a single singleshoot slnRlosheet singleshoat
shoot of plate glass protected by bynent a aneat nneat
neat iron grill The mistake should shouldnever ehol1111never sliouldnever
never bo mado of using colored glass glassunless glR8tJunless glassunless
unless ono can afford n masterpiece of ofgenuine ofgenuino ofgenuine
genuine stained glass for the ordinary ordinaryBOoalled ordit1BrysocRl1oL1oRtbodrnl ordinaryso
socRl1oL1oRtbodrnl so BOoalled cnllod cathedral glass is crude in incolors iuoolore incolors
colors and an abomination The Thohall Thehull lhobll1
hall > stand or hat rack which is of often orton ofton ¬
ton found just within tho front frontdoor frontdoor frontclear
door should bo banished < 1 to some roar ronrcorner reRroornor roarcorner
corner if it in to bo tolerated at nil nilwhere 1111whoro allwhere
where it will not bo BO much in ovi evidence ovidonoe ovideuce ¬
deuce Those Tho o racks become catch catchalls cntehIlIs catchails
alls and old coats bats umbrellas umbrellasand umbrellasnnd umbrellasand
and canes nro not at all ornamental ornamentalIn
In n place of those conveniences a broad broadball hroldbal1 broadhall
ball chair of formal design or better betterstill belterstill batterstill
still a mahogany settee will servo servoevery Bervoevory servoovary
every purpose Those should IIhl > u1l1 bo re reserved roo rooeorvtd roserved ¬
served for the use of cnsutl callers If Ifthcro Ifthero Ifthere
there are no convenient closets tlmt tlmtcan tlmtcan thatcan
can bo made for tho garments of tho thomembers thomembors thomembers
members of tho household a neat neatclothes 110ltolothos neatclothes
clothes tree such as are imitated from fromtho fr fromthe m mtho
tho antique will prove n great deal dealmoro IlcBImoro dealmore
moro sightly than tho hall racks that thataro thltnre thatare
are made nowadays It takes up but butlittle butlIttlo butlittle
little room and can find a place in insomo Insomo insome
somo rear corner
Under thobcst the beat of conditions tho ball hallwill ballwill ballwill
will bo none too light anti this fact factshould fnotfihoulll factshould
should bo borne in mind in choosing choosingwull choosingwllI choosingwail
wail paper and carpet The furnish furnishings fnrniRhinga furnishfags ¬
fags should be in light warm tones toncnaud tonepnnll tonesnod
nod only the most formal designs are arepermissible IIrol arepermissible
permissible l > erwisshle Few people poem to torealizo torenlizl torealize
realize tho effcctivonucs S of pictures JlollJfoS in intbo iutho iithe
the ball It Is ouitomury to tl bang IJ n one onulr nnuor oneor
or lr two largo frames on the sulo waln walnnnd waIsnud VII VIInnll
nnd allow the long lou stretch ahovu the theBlairs ttJUflhlr8 thestairs
stairs to go uncovered In thu litter lultcrplace IlIlterplnce litterplace
place pictures arc needed if nuvwhero nuvwheroin auywheroin
in the hmiHo hu o for ur therein there ill no other way
iu which tho Vast wall VullljllICO apace can bu bubroken tJ tJbrolwn bebroken
broken brokenAll brolwnAll brokenAll
All of this has reference to the fit fitting fitting fithug ¬
ting and furnishing of the ordinary ordinarycity orllinnrycity ordinarycity
city hall hallIn ballIn
In in tho villa houso tho ho architect gen generally generally gonorally ¬
erally plans a square bull that him hll all alltbo nIltho allthe
the effects of an ordinary room Thoro Tharpmay Thoromay rhoroma
may ma bo windows on time side an open openfireplace OpOIlfireplace openfireplace
fireplace and plenty of contrivances contrivancesthat
that lend themselves to decorative decorativeeffect decoruthoeffect decorativooffoct
effect Hero the treatment should bo botho bethe botho
tho same as in any other room with Wi h hI
tl tlI tlL
v vt
y ys yntnar
i 1 1noon
ntnar noon
this restriction re trlctil1n The purpose of tho thohall thohall thehall
hall must never Deyerbo bo forgotten Easy Easychairs Easycbalrs Easychairs
chairs and sofas ras will not be out of ofplace ofplace ofplace
place if they do not detract from the tboformal thoforml theformal
formal character or do not obstruct obstructfree olJstruotIreo obstructfree
free pasto passage e There Th re should never be boa
a 1 profusion of ciroimpntM or brica bricabrao llrlonbrllo bricabras
bras In u l1goner general I way the hints da to tof toJ tor
tho city hall hall apply npp y equally CJtlaU well to to i oao oaoin olio oiioin olioin
in tho suburbs A ball pbnfr clmf hnlr r or settee setteeshould sotteoshoulll setteeshould
should bo placed in close proximity to totho totho tothe
tho entrance door and the fittings of oftho oftbo oftho
tho walls and ceilings should bo in the thelight tholight thelight
light warm tones tonesTho tonesTbo tonesThe
The design illustrating this tbl article articlelends artiololends articlelends
lends itself readily to u most beauti beautifully beRutlfully beantifully ¬
fully artistic treatment tho hall is a ahost nhost ahost
host in itself Its coiling is paneled paneledto
to roprosont open timber work andtlio and andtho Indtho
tho walls finished in hard white plas plnslcr plaster p1Mter ¬
ter with wainscoatiug four fou r foot high highfrom hlRhfrom bightfrom
from tho floor above which id tinned tinnedwith tinnedwith tinnedwith
with a 1 formal design planted on in isstucco instucco instucco
stucco work representing r01 > reseltill tho Hourdo Hourdolis lieu r de dehis
his of Franco FrancoTbo Frauct1ho PranceIho
Tbo residence is ISl nixtytwo lxttvo feet wide wideby wieleh wideby
h by seventyeight feet ia depth the tbofirst th thflrllt thefirst
first story being lJeln ton foot six inches in inSECOND illflRCOND InC
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height Tho arrangement and sine of ofrooms ofroomR ofrooms
rooms is shown by the floor plans plansTho pllns1ho plansThe
The sum of 8100 Mill ill build the thodesign tbodcsigu thetiesigu
design not including the coat of ofmantels ofmnn ofmantels
mnn mantels tols ranges rnu el and bcatingapparattw bcatingapparattwCopyright heating apparatus 11Jnrnhll1Copyright apparatusCopyright
Copyright 1897 1897UNCLE 1801U 1807UNCI4I
Somewhat Dlfloroiit nt orcnt From the Moti MotiTho Battern oli olifrn
frn 1 l1IJI1 + lgure lgureThe re refho
The original Juolo Sum of song natlcartoon aud audcartoon aut autelrtoon
cartoon was wi V 1 I so different from the tbomodern thomoL1orn themodern
modern figure guro with its long striped stripedpantaloon1 atrisollpnutaloonf atripodpantaloons
pantaloons that our readers wilt bo bointerested lIointerested bointerested
interested to see tho costume oo tumo as some soraoof somoof someof
of tho students of history say it should shouldbo
be In tho firot plaoo say those tbesoauthorities thosoautborltiea thoseauthorities
authorities ho should wear a high bat batslightly hiltBlightly hatslightly
slightly bell crowned and of felted feltedfur foltetlfur foltedfur
fur His IiA shirt should bo portrayed portrayedwith
with a frilled bosom projecting out outpoutor outpouter outpouter
pouter fashion and generally with a nbreastpin abrcBstpin abrenstpin
breastpin in it Hisshirtoollar His Allirt oollar should shouldbo
bo high and connected with his shirt shirtHis shirtIlia shirtIlls
His cravat should be who wi do and tied tiedwith tiedwlth tiedwith
with a pudding as Rslt it was termed tor mod in iniormor informcr Informer
former times The waistcoat nbpuld Mhpuldbe nbpuldgold Ihpalt1bea
bea be a baatlit10 ban riaglu broasted roIBtet1alrlr a fair with withgold 1f1 b blo1d
gold orgtlt or gilt buttons Thin wallow awalloWit a Iallo IallotqAtDQql wallowrolling
it tqAtDQql gAt rlgl be befusee fusee ewltlL with kMh kMhollii1cohlar
rolling ollii1cohlar lhl collar eoll and m mTu n 11gI tlgZi poin1eit polnl lftAp kph x xThe
Tu The greatest differeooo difereooe ltfereDoebeweeQ ltfereDoebeweeQUno1Sam between betweenUncl betweenUncleSaaa
Uncl Uno1Sam Sam M II ho hole is and as ho should bo bolies bolie bo0lies
lies lie iu the pantaloons They should shouldbo
be made with lth a trap door in front frontand front8ml frontand
and fitted ttcl1 bolow the knee for tho wear
fag of the boots outside Those boots bootsbhould bootsIIhould bootsshould
should have tansuU in front Colored Oolorodshirts OoloredsbirtfJ Coloredshirts
shirts were unknown until about 1820 1829Striped 1820Striped 1820Striped
Striped pantaloons lire of a compara comparatively comparatively comparatively ¬
tively late date and straps under tho tboboots thobootH thoboots
boots woro not known until 1820 1820Tboy 182 1821bey 1816rhoy
Tboy wore a part of tho puntalottis puntalottisand > autaloJII autaloJIIanl
and were fastened on tho boot in front frontand frontRDd frontand
and buttoned nudor it Goatees wore weronot worenot worenot
not worn until late in tbo 510V 510VTbo 110sTbo 10 10lbe
Tbo accompanying picture shows showsthe showsthe howstho
the correct Uncle tiara of a century centuryago ccnturyngo centuryago
ago but Union change and our good gooduncle RooJuncle gooduncle
uncle with them themGovernor themGovernor themGovernor
Governor Smith the near Executive Executiveof ExecutivooUtontaoa ExcontivoofMontana
of Montana advises the amending of oftbo oftho ofthe
the State constitution to provide that thattho tbatthe thatthe
the million acres of land owned by tho thoState thoState theState
State bo not sold but leased and that thatpersons tbatpersons thatpersona
persons residing on these lands ho boexempt hoJompt hoexempt
exempt from all taxation on personal personalproperty personalproperty poraonalproperty
property and improvements improvementsTbo
Tbo Rev Somebody defines for a aNow aNew aNow
Now York paper poporaews news as anything
that tbo general enernl public ought to toknow toknow toknow
know According to that the multi multiplication mUltipllcltlon multiplication ¬
plication table is a highly important importantpleco impllrt importantpiocp nt ntlloco
pleco lloco of now comments the Louis Louisville Lonisville Louisvilla ¬
ville CourierJournal Cour Courier tlJ OUtDI
THE PSALM OF VoUTIf1 VoUTIf1I VoUTIf1When YOU1lfiWhon OUlif OUlifWhen I
When hoary beads h < nlli recall the light JlsbtThRt ti tiThnt s sTlmt
Tlmt foil on distant years yearsAud yearsAnd Olr OlrAutl
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What novnr can lie theirs theirsHow thtlrslow theirshow
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Till smallest 8nJnIlI t tiling Ihln t thoysa thoysaBut thuysayfHut hay say sayHut
Hut the world U as young ns of old ray mrbuy rayl m mIJn
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volume isnt ho horrnth horrnthrho Truth TruthTbo
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life I Tho Count OonntlIutbut lint but satr satrI
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month IuoK PuoNFor IuoKFor Pltoe1or
For goodness twice anlce1Catie Katie dont dontapplaud l1ontn1 dontapplaud
applaud n1 > plllll1 to much mllohtho the audience will willthink willtllinle willthink
think that you got in on a 1 pass pieshliogundo passPliogendo 11a8SPliogonllo
Pliogendo Ulaottor UlaottorDnughtcr BlnettorDlmgbtcrMRnunn IibtottorDaughterManama
Dnughtcr DlmgbtcrMRnunn Mamma if I must write writeto
to Mr Dray about his extortionate oxtortionatobill
bill should I nay I Dear Mr Bray1 Bray1Miiturun Dray
MImmnIiOertl1inly Miiturun Certainly under tho cir circumstances olrOUI11Btances aircuntatanees ¬
cumstances cumstancesFamous OUI11BtancesFmu cuntataneesFamous
Famous Fmu u Author who has been iu invited iuvitoll iuvitotl ¬
vited to dinner to himseUWhat himsolfWhatawretched himself himseUWhatwretoboll Whatu Whatuwretched
wretched menu f I shill take good goodcare gootlcnro goodtaro
care not to make any witty remarks remarksFliogoudo remarksFliogomlo remarks1liogeudo
Fliogoudo Ulaottor UlaottorMaybcllo BlnottorMnybclleHnttto 1neUorllnybclloUUntUo
Maybcllo llnybclloUUntUo HatUo is I to marry Mr MrViolet MrOool1oy MrGootlhoy
Oool1oy tho noted philanthropist pbillntbropI8tVioletSo philanthropistViolet
Violet VioletSo do I was told ho war warengaged wai waiengaged waionRRgcl1ln
engaged onRRgcl1ln In a now charitable project projectPhiladelphia projooLPhiladolphla M MPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Bulletin BulletinLady BulletinLady JullettnLl1dy
Lady of a Certain Ago AgoI I like this thtadrcB thr thrdress thisdress
dress but it doesnt match my com complexion OO coti ¬
plexion Candid < 1 Friend Ob1 Ob1thats Ob Obtbats Ohthats
thats but a 1 trifle You can alter your yourcomplexion yourcomplelion yourcomploxton
complexion to suit sOltTwlnldes Twinkles TwinklesBorgous J JDorgeusSlyFrcd y yBorgeusSay
DorgeusSlyFrcd BorgeusSay Borgous Say Fred cant you lend lendGirgal lentme loadme
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low that Afr GrUtr Gritty Fine example fueamplor exampleof
of a aolf solfmodo mado man Mrs Tony ony Be Bedot Ben Bendor Deuler
dot with a faint sniff floltrflAb Ab I though thongbithoro tboughthoro thoughthere
thoro was a bomomado homo mado air lr about abouthim Rboahim abouthimJudgo
him himJudgo himJudgoWhen Judge JudgeWhen Juc1feWhon
When a 1 man is f fagiftod gifted with 00004 00004glowing each l11ohRlowlng t tglowing
glowing vivid imagination that he hecan hecnn hecan
can lie back in a dentists chair close closehis 01010his closehula
his oyos and imagine bos in a bar barbord bfberd barbortr
bord chair enjoying an easy sbavo slinwothat sbavothat 8hn0thnt
that man is a novelist uovollstOhps uovollstOhpsWllIIta Clips ClipsWhats
Whats tim first 0 rAt stop toward towBrdtbe towBrdtbe11iqeHtiou th thdlqoBtiun the thedigostioli
dlqoBtiun of tho food tiskod the thetcaobor thetcnuber theleacher
tcaobor Up went tho t e band of a black blackImlrod blaokhnlrull blacklutirod
Imlrod little follow who exclaimed exclaimedwith exclnJmodwith exclaimedwith
with eagerness Bite Uo it off a If bite it itoil itoIIAmorlclU1 itol
oil oIIAmorlclU1 American Kitchen Magazine Magazinelluth Ml1gRzlootllthI MagazinelinoShe
linoShe lluth tllthI ijlto bo is to bo married noxl noxlmonth nodmlluth noxlmouth
month iinilfibo ullll ho wilt willlivo live abroad May May1t
Mt It will ill bo hard hnrlllor for bur parents to toloso toloso tolase
loso bur llulhOhl Hllth lOb Oh r I dout doutknow don donknow dontknow
know Theyve boon trying hard to toIOBO toIOHo tolose
lose her for time last ton yuan yuarsVuuk yuarsVuukYour unrll Punk PunkYour
Your poor > oClr husbands death was wasvery wasvery VI VIvrry
very uiiuxpoctoil was it not Mrs MrsVoodn1 MrsWoellH fibsWcada
Voodn1 uUlI Ob no 1 looked for tho thowornt theworst r rVort
worst You HOI > poor John stayed ntayodhomo IItlyodhome stayedhome
home three nights iu succession tho thoweek thoweelt theweak
week before ho dioJ diedPhiladelphia diedPhiladelphiaNorth Philadelphia IflhiladoilihiaNorth PhiladelphiaNorth
North American AmericanBoarder AmericanJJolrderYel AmericanBotirdorYet
Boarder JJolrderYel You indeed Mrs Hash Hashtou lIasbton Hashton
ton it was a fine iiormon lIe mol1l I You would wouldhavo wou1r1havo wouldhave
havo oil enjoyed joyed it What was the thotext thetoxt thetoxt
toxt Boarder lJonrderut It was tho paasago paasagowhich pasaagowhiah J118sagowhloh
which tolls us that wo should not bp bpHolioitaus b bHolioltou8 bsolioltous
Holioitaus about what we have to eat eatand eat eatInll ca caam
and am drink drinkfuck IfPuck Puck
A Profitable Dream DreamIt rrnm rrnmIt
It was a profitable dream that par Gertie Oertie1re6Rlor partic ¬
tie tie1re6Rlor Trcsfiler of Knoxvillc Iowa had hadtbo hadtime I Ithe
the other night She dreamed that A Atin atin atin
tin can containing money was buried buriedunder burieduuder burledunder
under a tree in the back yard of her herhomo herhome herhome
home and no distinct did tbo vision visionseem visionseem isloD8cem
seem that the next day ay impressed by byit b1It byit
it who bu took a spade and began lIo ln to dIg dig1Only dIgOnly digOnly
Only a fow inches bolow the thosurrl108 thosurrl108tbe surface surfacetbo surfacethe
the spade struck something 80metbin hard and anda
a moment later the lucky girl fished fishedout flilhedout llahedout
out u tin can in which hioh was 8000 000 in 820 820gold 20 20gold 20gold
gold pieces pieooaThe piecesTbo plecoBrhe
The only explanation of how the tbomoney thomonoy themoney
money camo to bo thero is tbat an anundo onnllelc anuncle
undo who wad a miser and who whoformerly whoformerly whoformerly
formerly lived iu tho house might mighthave mJghbae mightbavo
have placed it there thoroLunatics theroLunatics thereLunatics
Lunatics Art Exhibition BxhlbilloaPerhaps ExhibitionPerhaps EXhlIJIIIOrerhaps
Perhaps tho mod rcmarkablo art artoxtiibit artcXblblt artexhibit
exhibit in the world is that of the tbolunatics tholunatics thelunatics
lunatics in the VilleEvrord Asylum in inPari illPari inParis
Pari Most of tbo patients iu tho thoasylum thoalvlum theasylum
asylum have been painters ainters ot or design designITM
err and the physician IJhys olan in charge in inauguratoi inaugurate inauguratotj
auguratoi a salon of their worksTIru works worksTbo workslbu
Tbo effect on tho minds of of the bo pa patiuutd IAHuut paticuta
tiuutd id i said to be excellent

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