The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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AN ADVENTU If ! WIOHY
N Mirth !:(J isr2.
this engine saved
the life of her en-
gineer J ami- Kus-
There worda. en-
r.ravcd on a tllvcr
plate fastened to
the cylinder of
large Corliss en-
gine la a quarti
mill In the nioun-
tiinoin region of northwestern Neva-
li. romiucmoralo a really remarkable
The er.gl:ii stand In a f.rare r"t oft
fr ;in tliu rru of the mill by a tight
paiiiiion. The room U made to con-
foini nearly to the ahape of the en-
gine the wall being about fight feet
fr.ji.i It on ell aides except where the
belt runs down .Into the fly-wheel pit
There the partition ia at leant twenty
feet fruru the rin of the fly-wheel ami
tln frrn t bi'lt or band which earrlea
the power Into the milt cornea In
through a hole Ux feet up In the wall
ml alar:ta down to the bottom of the
fly-whitl about the tame dlstanco be-
low the floor.
Thiia In ord-r to past from one alit
of the room to the other at Oila end
It Is necea.ry either to Jump over the
b' It n-xt to th fly-wheel or to crawl
ti::r It next to the wall. The fly-
mhf c la nn Immense affair aixteen feet
In d.anietcr weighing twelve tona. and
Hide ei uigh on the fare for the thlrty-
-loth l. lt to run. The engine makes
m " hau a hundred revolutions per
ni.t. nnd thla belt whlzies down
tin- iish the C )rir toward the fly-wlcel
i:i a way to nuke fine dlr.ry. The rn-
gn.e ltr'.f Is k-;it 111 a highly-policed
foiiditiou by the unremitting aden-
ine.;! of the engineer who a peat a of It
as ' old Alice" and who has palmed
thin h ime In cllt letters on her var-
i.hlrd frame n memory of a little
d.it: .-hi -r who died.
Tl ere Is no dlnct means of rnmmtl-nh-a'li.n
between the mill and the en-
gine rocm as the latter has only one
door and that opens from the outside.
At thr time of the occurrence I am
I t resale this door had on It a
rjr Completed spring lock ami
eveiy time the door ilammed the lock
f-.j'jt and "cording to the engineer
"it took ten minutes' work and the
W U get a oen aKaln." The mill
runs c inCnii only being lighted at
n ' -V by a small elertrlr-plant In the
hi. ':.n.:. and two big arc lamps hang
U y-t'y over the engine.
A boo; ten o'eli c'i on the nlsht of the
I;';;.! day of March. 1 Janus Rus-
cll i!l . night engine r) w.s sitting In
a rl:ar nt o:.e fide of the room read-
ing r old new ap' r; while his train-
ed lr followed every stroke of the
ein:'.!i'"i and Ins'atitly detected the al-
ter. I sound when an oiler stopped
fetd.ng or a screw worked louse. "Old
Al ie" ran as moothly and regularly
as a witch and the engineer grew so
fcli. i.ilml in hli paper that he did not
at Aiil look up when he heard the
dorr ..v!nj open and then shut with
mi it Hion. niwever. the tndrerllt-
M" f-'-l'ng that something alive is
lier cooed hl:n to lift his hesd and
Iikih about the roim. There just In
f '' f the door blinking like an owl
In ttv c'are of the electric lights and
ROUND THKY RAN.
das.it by the fast running msehlnery.
stood a great dingy browny-blark
beast that looked to the excited en
(Ineer as big as a row. The engineer
knew at once that hla visitor was a
bear aud a grlsxly at that and waa
correspondingly scared. The miners
bad told him many tale of the cun
nine; and ferocity of thee animals and
be knew that a lavage old fellows
till lingered la the mounlalaa near
This particular bear bad Just waked
up from his long wlnter'a sleep and
waa hungry or be would not bave
N-en so bold. It is probable that in
prowling about In search of food he
bud ccnie close to the mill and had
bluett the oil In the engine-room. and.
flnd.n the door open a-crsek. had
pn.hed It open wider and st pp"d In.
.11 be saw the lights and the en-
t lie. he had tried to bark out but bad
I ii ii against the door causing It to
l.i-n nid the sprlnglmk to catch.
I'M. ling In bis attempt to get out of
IMx d lagcroue trP. the bear turned
ar .ni.d in rreat wrath determined to
Hkn summary vengeance on the flrt
Ih tig he cou.d get at I'nfortunstely
the first object that catiht hla eye
the engineer cowering against the
wall and he start o J for that Indlvld-
inI withiul delay. As he luugi'd
a n.-s the fior he gave a tremendous
frowl. :"' llf""'l hla lips like a spite-
ful dog. showing some terribly long
itn.l Khun. h. Th i engineer b"t no
lime in gc.t.ng swst uum men- a....
ihii aioinid the cyiiu ler end of the en-
like a college sprinter wnue uie
.t d.mollshed the rualr with on
.li..he of hla paw. and lore the paper
Into shred. After consi lentloualy
nideti.ig this destruction the grl-
y looked around f r more worlds to
cons'ier. end teeing the engineer.
tl.oo;l.i lie wouia uu aim ..eU
bim asiin. As the bt-jir rushed anmnd
the cylinder the engln.'er ran toward
the fly wheel and as the bear raced
down lhat aide of the et glne. the man
jumped tha bell and tUrted Up th
other aide. The bear paused only an
lohtiint when he came to the flyln-b-dt.
I hen over be went and ehaaed t!
. . ... h n.ln mnA
. .... aritlino Vllf- llii.i'i"" - -
. i .! mund the engine they
ItimtiliiaT the belt supping ami
JOUI.oa .. . . t... .
ai .lii.s on the tl
fek flllv noor. UUl I"'
i;a fwier and raster an mo .......
There waa nothing In the nm that
do would f-r weapm. and Uuswll
f. n. ..rm no pirn of escape bit great-
d.tra fr ' m"u"'nl blB 0
V. i th eeitine -twa tla Jid the
grizily. Even this became Impossible.
M tho bear gained on hltn. and the
distance between them gradually lea-
enej tin they were running only a
few feet apart.
The enr.lneer shouted again and
again but he had very little hope of
ny one't hearing him because of the
great noise made by the machinery;
nd even If they did hear they could
not get In to help him for the door
waa locked and he could not spare
time to fool with that lock Just then.
It was simply maddening to him to
think tha' there were twenty men In
in- mm only a few feet away all ready
nd willing to belp him If he could
only let- them know of his plight and
yet to have that reler.tleM brute chas-
ing him around like a r-t In a trap.
A few mlnutea of thla wild running
exhausted the engineer and he would
have atopped and le'. the grimly do his
worst had It not been for the dread-
ful blood-curdling noise made by the
at-lmal-a claws as he scuttled over the
Uppery floor. The bear lunged and
plunged along like a great awkward
mlf. growling prodigiously the while
but be made astonishing speed for such
an unwltldly-lmiklng beast and was
fast overhauling the man lu spite of
hli oldest effort.
Once a thj exhausted engineer
leaped over the belt he thought that
to drop on It and he crushed by the fly.
wbeol would be an easier death than
to be torn to pieces by the bear and
he almost dec;ded to end the dread-
ful chase thi next time he came
nound. Hut whn he saw the belt
running so swiftly to rertaln deuth his
heart failed h'm. and he waited till
I'ext time. Not so the bear. Almont
as the man s feet touched the floor af-
ter the leap be heard an awful roar
and the ti-xt Imtant a badly mashed
bear struck the celling and dropped
like a shot.
Thr.t timely event It evilly explain-
ed. As the man ami bear ran round
centrifugal force canned them to awing
cut fanh-ranl farther from their ren-
tr of motion the enslnc; and the
bear being heavier than the man. flew
farther out till be came to a place on
the slanting belt where It was too high
for him to Jump. Then he put hit
fircpaws cn It. Intending to climb
over and that was the last of hlra.
The blt. running at that high speed.
Jerked him In like a feather and ran
him thmnh between It and the fly.
wheel. When the fly-wheel got done
!th hltn. It thrw him off at the top
as dead at a herring and not much
thicker than one.
The engineer however firmly be-
lleves that the spirit of his little
daughter Influenced the engine to aave
Ms life ly killing the bear; and who
ran ray It Is only a fancy? The oext
reek he ent to Chlcnso and had the
silver plate made and put it on "Old
Alice." and he d Clares that the It
oulte proud of It.
A DASHFUL BACHELOR.
11 i:amah t-r t'elllei la VI B
ra'e mil me what I am" growled
gouty fei h"lnr. "I was liitcnd-d by
r:.ture to b.ve and be loved and to have
the Joys of old age lu . bright family
circle Instead of belnr shut tin In i
decorated dungeon like this. The
fckle Js.le has played me a mighty
Why didn't you marry like a sen
sible fellow r aked the old friend who
was making a duty call anys the De
troit Vree l'res.
"Kate t. ju; preileetlnatlon.
bird luck or some if those other agen-
cies to which we charge our misfor-
tune. When a young man I waa smit-
ten a ere of times and hit so hard
that It dated me. It made an awkward
sort of an Idiot of me. I could neither
think talk nor properly control my
motions. The only thing on earth I
waa afraid of was a pretty woman and
he simply paralysed me."
'Tshaw; nothing but baahfulnewt.
and you could bavt overcome It."
"You don't know what you are talk-
ing about It wasn't anything of the
kind. When In love I waa controlled
absolutely by at me ulterior force. If
attempted to cross a room to addrma a
yuung lady my feet would walk me out
of the door. When I bowed I would
fall to straighten up till some one
broke the oetl by a word or laugh.
I'd atart to sy something and the re
waa afraid of waa a pretty woman and
she simply paralyttd me."
"Why didn't yon make one grand
effort and throw off the strange con-
trol" "Thsft what I did when I was vlalt-
Ing In Tenneaaee and fell In love with
the gramlceal woman that ever lived.
One dey In the garden I set my teeth
and determine I to propoiie. Then I
pnsniM) out of myself. I walked through
a flower lied fell over a baby carriage
Into a barlied-wlre fence swore like a
pirate and came up with a face like a
cianberry patch. The aweet creature
run. So did I. That was my laet love
affslr. and now there Is nothing left
but to sit In solitude and nurse the
ha llaf araary
He Is a very business-like man and
he pmposed for the young woman's
hand and heart In a straightforward
unstudied manner. "Oh. sir" she ex-
calmed. "You must give nie time to
i .insider " "It isn't necessary." was the
i. ply. "I brought along my b.H.k. all
i.a..iiiieu up anu i nave a volume down
Mir whi. h shows my financial rating.
I thought I might as well hrlng along
the data so lhat you could make up
voiir uilu.l hi once." Washington
"This l the most rrucl yet" walled
the rlslu ung poet. "What la?"
asked the common aense person whe
had dropped In to amoke a few of th
piiet't clgarettea. " 'The CablMwk' aayi
1 do not exhibit a single ttliuia of de.
gentratlon." Indianapolis JoumaL
Mr. Tiff treading) Princes Mnd
Civea her hnxhand an hour's lesson
In the Kngllsh Ian-
tHmt . li 1. Jim .
. .....e ...unrni
IV. !... M Tia.I . .
ih.im v wm iui
Mr. Tlff-I receive my hour't language
from my wife at Light.
Euttla Me. Newt It tilled with ra-
porta that beau am (U!ker
DEVOUR THEIR KIND.
PARD3 OF AFRICA.
HemnnUe t .nsllr. .r 11.. Jan(M hn
kill and Harrlllrr Thlr lle.rMii Hrl.
(Ires with Nalaule AlrurliiM In lllln.l
tibedlrnre I i r.l Vtll.f a Kr. rrr
CTIU0V3 and ab-
norma lly blood
thlrMy re t (.f Wet
has oUto.l for tho
l.iht two lIccllll'S on
the Inland of Shci-
to la the Sierra
Leono colony. Ur.
the clrbrated ex
plorer of the da.'x
ecotlnent who next to Dr. I'eters has
Contributed more than any other Or-nisn-Afrlcsn
traveler In shrddlng tho
light of civilization on the still numer-
ous unk:.own regions bordering tho
Atlantic ores. j furnishes the currer.t
Kerlla lUutirctcd weekly Kucr
Welt with an Inter itlng drscrlp'.lo.i
of what art kne-n a the "llunr.in
I.eof.ards" vho abcut-d Lack ol the
The explorer r.rert that despite the
effort! of tho Drltlsh government to
suppress thla most fanatic cf rcllg'cji
atcts thiie horrid Satanic atnvltlot
cmtlnue as a curte on Hie earth.
Krora time to time newt of their fiend-
ish murders and cantilliallf:n b-
If. ii hid Kuropran C.ipltals but Ihe lie-
p. i Hon i.f the way they mutilated the
bodies of their vl'tlni. which tin v
nili-:eqiietilly deviiiired In tl: lr raiinl-
balUtlc fi.:ts appeared to Im rrdllile
that the i:uio;.i an pre-n treated thi n
i omits as ut'.triutwon'.iy exiggera-
tl"ns. The "Human Lcupards" wee
simply reganled at a band of robbers
murderert and cannlbala. That they
are. however a thoroughly organised
religious aect. who honestly believe
that they ran appease the wrath of
their gods only by demoniacal deeds
of the most ereentrlc Cruelty la a rev-
elation to geographert and the public
On May 7 citne a report from the
American missionaries at Tlmpany.
Sb rra I-nne that the while Inhabit-
ant of th district were wrought up
to such a plt''li uf vengeance over a
s rb's of outrages that eleven natives
were imrni d alive In one day on the
charge of witchcraft.
As to the origin and superstitious
belief. of this sect Kucr Alle Welt
.v: "!-oiiie twenty years ago the
village of Talamu sent Its wsrrlors to
overpower and destroy the army of a
neighboring enemy. On Ihe way -the
entire Tslama force wan surprised by
Ihe warriors of Ihe village Iniperl and
annihilated to a man. Iieprlveit of
their defenders the Talamaiilan sent
mesaeligert to a famous sotc rer for
! n unarl a to ihe
best way In w hi. h
they eiuM revenge thi'iiisclves on the
The sorcerei pioiiiImJ hs counsel
and assNtame on cmidliion tha: they
would all Join a net who h he eoul.l
fciind. and of whhh they would ap-
point him hi the head and leader. )l-
li.troduced a fetich the p.ht.M'stlon of
which m uppoed to grant thr most
ard.-n'. ileires of the ltdhldiial and
th tribe. Only members of lb tecrrt
sect would be Clt potseandoa of this
The fetich contlstt of tha root of
Kastava bruih and It su'lsd DaJm.v
The root It hollowed out cleaa and
filled with vegetable and ttkkj matter
the composition of which tt knnwa on-
ly to the sorcerer. Tht Utter ordered
that the posiessort of the god llalTI-
ma must pour goat fat ow u fe-Jch
In orier to lasur tho rtaUlsaoioa of
their fondest wtabta.
As toon aa th Lwtaet saurwei Wrd
of Iht woalartwl Da glass ifcay wro
auioua u oia U wvty
trt toot to tha s mi tatkcM f aa
SI "' I
V i J V if A f
erem'es. t-. j:iTtiiii'ana. for tilt
liMiltra krew ery ll that the r.or-
c. icr had a plau of ti rlLle rexng
In Ktoie tor thiui. No fomer hail the
rut wilted lit; a)' successfully
unon lb l:ii..ri when It a found
that l!ie-Viilli:iiA Ktirh md mil alsss
giant .'.' yt.yal ig i.f Its luseors.
WhenV r (li.- nr.rcircr ait U t u: ch-
M by ni'fyiMinpl.iliiU h.' comniandeil
tint lnmi.in r..l lll'l.il uf gout ''I
.'.... ... i. .(.... i. n..!r! .
C..UH1 BMIIIV I R. US Mij'in.".."w
f. tl. ti In order to Min nie the con-
tlmied aid of the sli juTii:! t u r al poaor
all the iiii-inbcrs of ti e 'iC wi re r ni-
r.Miulul to bring I hi -r ': r.si frl-'iid
.t rclatlvo us racr.l'.ie. Thus.. I ha 1
already been divided into three parti
--the c'.iii fs or klf.g. th ctccu'.M-'crt
mid the lay mnnPeis. The (hi.fn and I
eireciiiloiurs w.-n. if r.i.ir.e se.e -ted
liiixtly from the T J "i- I. !:i .
Tue I tunc "lli nia.i I.cir'unls ' say
the untlvta was k'ivetc. to the mr-
i tier by a real leopard who had en-
dowed the : tii .ti with Me cunning
iixtirlty aud ntrength w ivci hli J
plan (.' revenge. Th.it he had plenty I
oi crafiiii"? wrs evidenced from t he !
laet that the pr. enn ( f ttu' r.pi'Kcanlt 1
1 f'r ai!iul.!'.n Into the sect nam in ids!
hira the r c'u-st r:'n au'.'itg t"e ta-
tr.ia. . Th lr murderous iitr.'.t:.' e:v not
rl-raitl.':d on native orly. I n wary
travcle:s are frequent !y r.b'.icl and i
k'lled. Though thc!r v.M-.itlcn is flrt
of B'.l cttrdiT thev will r.oi h'tltate
to ft.! ::d r-b wlcrcr .;? U'P'"'-1
tutilty Er.;..l.t It elf. The -C has
grown t( in h lcrce pro:i :rtloii:: that
t! ey have beeo.ne f
terror m te nn
I lies and se'tl.
ly not know;
tl: ' l.l'!er Ullt . I Lite
t!"lr ...:i! -!-rs I
;.t cf :'. .i : :
! I v.er?
? ? " : p;
I Th s I tl:
i Li lie 1 th br
nt hum i:i
! On an appointed day :
sliod to Ic or i cult: .i
e nl e
r of the
MAN LEOPARD POl'NCINU tTON 1113
acret tect wat to decoy or bring by
force If necessary hla dew rest relative
to a certain lonely spot In the woods.
When he arrived there he himself wat
to run away ard leave the victim to
the merry of the executioners. These
are the "H.-man leopards" the bold-
est and strontrst men of the secret
f fg.'itilxatlon. They arc dressed from
head to foot In the skin of a leopurd
their human f-iturra being barely vis-
it le. In each hand they hold a three-
pronged weapon. With fiendish ra-
pi.clty thr human beasts spring on
the form of their helpless and un-
armed victim and almost tear him
limb from llmh. Tnen they draj Ihe
hiirlbly mutllved and still quivering
Nxly to Ihe chitf for further dii-po"'-t.t.n.
As a rule It Is rut Into small
I ces and divided nmor.g Ihe villagrs
who r.re all cannibals.
It is poasllile that the examples of
irlentlesH punishment which are liewig
tiled on th natives may. In course of
Imie tend to r.nt nut the evil. Many
have b.en brought lo Kree Town of
late nnd sentenced lo death.
Tills sect is totally different from
Ihe IcopHrd-sf'tled youths o' the I'm-
lata trllie of Soii'hern Africx. These
do not suni the skins of leopards
nor is their vocation altogether mur-
derous. They are simply separated
from their families for a ear to harden
them for South African warriorshlp.
Iur!tig that time the Abakwetas as
they are called smear white clay over
their bodies rubbing It on In spots to
give themselves the appearance of
'eopardt. Long bands of straw are
wrapped around their waltti and heads
weighing hundreds of le.unds and at
they are sharp edged they Inflict ter-
rible tortures during their ecstatic war
daneoa. Their efficiency for the army
It measured by the sang frold with
which they endure the torturet of the
daucea during the year of probation.
Ting Waiig. the atw Chinese minis-
ter at Washington la the first renre-
! tentative of tie Flowery Kingdom to
1 tha r.-llAI Gi.iM k. i ...
. .... . . w aaa bsis ama
to saawa Cago-U WU.
V'ILL 1E E THKIR SON HANOED.
liurra:'s ruinli Irlrmls la
I'retrnt at Ike t:erallua
Tlicoiiore lurrnt Iiiih iiihiIi' Ihe dec.
laralloii that tl he miiHt in' cl hla fate
on Ihe gallons he will die like u man.
The nine biigg'iitlun of sulcliis is repul-
hive to him lie s.i. He uIho ilei lurej
he v. lll die in the presence of his par-
... .... - .... it.... t.
IlllS. Willi Will II1MIHI OH UH' II'IWB l"'
....ml. n as hlu Invited guests. Tti
- if 1
elder icin.nn ssjs n.a. .... -
wnin.iii uf il 'tcrniinatliiu nnd she will
pi.vs her bgal rights to the lim.l.
ruder the law W: il. n Male can not
uetty her adiiilkm If i-be prcscnls ut
the i ri.'on an In v itut of her son n-
. .. . ..... i........
iue-tu:g her uppe.i.ancc ui ....
lug. 'Ihe law 'ivc. him Ihe rluhl lu
IllUt I. e 1 1 ui" ev
I.irl (srrlr Ihe Mall.
:.!l..s (.'i-wkiT of Port Washing-
ton la the only woman mall carrier uf
v h l-i l-'tig Iit' ind can hoa.il. says the
York Herald. She U :.1 years old.
pm -y and pretty. Six .lays of the
x ... phe goes sturdily about frym
(;r..t Ne k L. I. around .Manhanset to
p.rt Wnl.lngtnn and return. This
m not ti'iun the transporlallon of a
few letters but the dally rarrlsge of a
very con ilderahle ijiiatitlly uf mall of
all kinds. Ml" ("looker's father t an
):. r fl-heiman and works In the
waters of Manhasset bay. When the
. vag null latrhr v. as a little girl
rr-ci c wln!u!:i of being able
t. c.re f..r t:c't elf. Winn she was
i. ).ar. old fhe could pull
a boat a
w.ll ai .'n' ' "V trial ever saw t.icai
I 11' r L.ther tattght l. r all lie
l.:i 'ut . yi.ier dr.dg'.ng on 1 fish-
' i i' ' thrt wa a go i
!. :...a (' l--.. '
. Jl ui.a ''. a::d '';. Ne
I y :. :... cf a r.v .'.rm ('
I deal. The
..d a' "i
K. ta its Hull
r-r-yltig th i
...'.a t.:ke no
i i i:i ;n a in ' r.u.i
i :'t;. (.'...vit ie tl.m of
are allotted to the lowest bidder by thi
poatofflre department It waa one o-
these routes that Miss Crook er wanted
to travel over and to the put In a bit)
lo the contractor. When It came tlm
to open the bids Miss Crooker'a was
found to be the lowest end therefor?
she was awarded the contract. Shi
took the necessary steps lo give the re-
quired bond for the faithful perform-
ance of the duties and April 1 wit-
nessed the Inaugural of the new mull
carrier. Some sixteen years ago Miss
Susie llrunner secured the contract
One night when she was on the road
to C.reat Neck a man seised the bridle
of her horse. She Jumped from hei
buggy and rlublied blm with the han-
dle of her whip so severely that be
hlraasleal by llhlala(.
During an unusual thunder atortn al
Walla Walla Ore.. Claude (Todlus V
yeurs old returning from fishing was
struck by lightning while climbing a
f.ice knocked aenselera and aeriousl)
Injured his body be in burned In
ntrraks. as If by a hot gridiron. A pe
dinar freiik of the ebvtrlc fluid la thai
it wrapiMd the fish line around the
hoy'e neck In such a way as to ihokt
him and It had to lie cut lo save his
life. The boy waa found apparently
lifeless partly paralyied with hit
rlothet on fire.
live I hllaeaa llarnel Alle.
Five children were burn-d to death
In the residence of J. II. White two
mllew from Keystone W. Va. the other
day. Knemlet of the family art be-
lieved to have fired the house. Iloth
White and bin wife were away nn a
xllt. and tlo ir five children wert left
alone In their farm house. The chil-
li i n who met doath were a boy of It
one of 10. one of S one of f and a girl
of (. llloodhoundt are on the track of
Mr. Mary Webster aged TO of Nash-
ua N. II. hat aeked tho court to make
a man named 1 1 arris of Wuat Chaiy. N.
V. ptiT b IT.0O0 for broach of promlao.
iUxila married anutbar. altar agra.
"! ta) OO Ut hV. Kn W tinier ii;.
FOR EOYS AND GIRLS.
SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR
the RaorkaWuala ae Willie's first
MoralBg la Ihe I'ounlrj An llallaa
filrl Who hariua Ihe or I.I hf Her
f raU Wblla an llerarbarh.
The lilaappalaleil ioltaraal '
T ' lkauk Jims or my
surprise one day
Twaa III the wuoda
i ha niuiiih was
To sea. In yellnw
Some KotdeliroU I llo
"f'.'lll. lell me anl-
ftrllKMl" I CNnl.
"What do you hare
In ihe Ir.ah Majf-
The l'tty flower
rslard up Its hrsd
And Imiked at me. men quwnjr
I lira uf liearll.K all Ihe irera.
Iha l.lr.la Ihe .illrrl.. the "O
In autumn pulee the flowers oi i
Thry'ra lalrT lr Ihsn you." "' mmY-
Wa hhi.w. -ihrlr arsuiiient Is sinuis.-
Iitvaiiae wa r here the w h..l yar l"llI
I at pernilaai.ui lr myarll.
And came lo see thla pot pi elf
They call the vlulri; and lo I""
At M.NKtroot bliiaaents hy y" brnnfc.
The inanitrakK loo. I wlhel In JJI'd.
ho tuaala of palsls left lhlil "
-Ami what do yoii decMe?" I said.
Tha aoiiiinn twauiy loeeml Ms h'ad.
-I think th-in weak and psle and small;
A flf for ai.rli.s-tive m the fall!
I'rsy what are ll.eae In solumn's .lower
Of enter mint and cardinal flower?
K'ralKhtway for hmn I'll take niy wa.
And in vrr coma asaln In May."
My n.a unel..e.l; aiill tloa.-.! Ih- alfrem.
lUa llowir waa g"iie W It a drrain?
-4'aiyl M Mloirs
Tha K.m. Ualwiul.
"fwn V. iloi 's first morning In the
ciirtry. r:id there were wonders with-
out tiiiiiiter nt. every hand. The night
1 1 fore grantpa I nd prnmtsl blm that
or this s: me morning he should Jolu
th f. rnier's club "The Kno ; kalouts.''
Ib fote going to b.d Willie can-fully
ri tinted his pennies. " 'Cause" sal t
he. " 'iw.ll ci.nI something to Join!"
"Nut very much I guea.i" said
rrvimnia. who was fully acquainted
with grai.ilpa and his funny club Kor
hadn't she been u memln'r herself when
the waa a little girl?
"Anyhow" co::t!niie. Willie. "I
l.ave the dollar papa gave tue haven't
Put mamma i.nly laughed in reply.
"Can't Inn. .He yi.ti till the dew gets
off Ihe gr.ua'" exel.ilmid giaiulpa at
the br. akf..Kt table
This ma le r .l ib seem to Willie
mure ni Merli ns than ever.
"You mut rut nn your thl.k sh"-.
a I'd 1 don't think a white shirt Is Just
the thing f.r nimbi r ..f the iluh to
war." advle gr::nda. with a nierrv
twinkle In h's eye.
About ;o ii'. I n k Willie was realv.
aid wh"re do you supiw. grandpa
t'nk Ii : in
Why out Ii the on hard back of th"
trim. wher there wns as many as a
l.iimlr. d hay-iu'ii!ha Already three
hired rr.'-n were nt work throwing the
f...y aboil" In ev.ry dii'itlon.
"There ar the charier numVr of
ihe Kn a ka'M.tit Club'" laughed
' Willie tiM.k the l.fla f r k graadiu
liar led h'D. and was nvm a full-r.edr-.l
n.imh-rof the funny club.
"I've rot a r'"''l ratio- for my rlub.
haven't I"- a: k.d graudj. a Willie
)ecan kniMkirg He hay aiH.ut for the
sou to dry.
" hilly one" rrp!!r Willie.
Kvery m. ruing while he remained at
the farm he wss tha first niemtwr of
the club on duty.
"It's the b-i.t funT he exclaimed
"I wlnh itrandpa. I could lie a kn.ak-
alMiuter the year round"' y Cald-
well In Youth's Companion.
l.are. bai terrain.
I'rofeaaor l.'moln of Hi nan I'lllver.
slty whoae d-a!h ix-ciirreil a few yrars
ago. uaed to tell amusing sue doira of
Neanoer the great pnifeaMir and hls-
turlao of Ihe Christian church of the
H.rlln rnlverslty. under whom be
studied for some time.
Neandee was accustomed when lee.
luring to stand behind a curious high
desk with an ope framework and
with holes and pegs for letting It up
and down. Ills eoatume waa a very
k ng coat eimlng down lo the tope of
bla great Jack boot a. and with a collar
which reached aimoat as high as his
head aa he bent over hla desk and
with arms extended forward twirled In
hla fingers a quill pen. If this quill
dropped there waa a hiatus In the lev-
lure until me one would pi. k It up
and place It In b.a hands and ihen the
wonderful flow of learned dlcourae
It Is said that whin N -under went to
Ilerlln he happened. In going from hla
home lo the university for the firm
time to lie with a friend who for the
sake of some errand took a most elr-
c ii I tons route; Newnder pursued this
n iindnhoiit course for years and only
by accident discovered that there was
a shorter wav.
On one isjea-alon being J.miied on a
crowded sidewalk. In order to pass by
the crowd he stepped off Into the tut.
ler with one fool keeping ihe other
foot on the curbstone. When the
crowd was tsed. he continued ao-
s nt-mlnded to walk on In thla curi-
ous faahlon and when he reached
borne he complained of being fatij(.(.d
from the dlaoril.-d condition f lriP
n reels. An acquaintance who had fol-
li wed him. was able to explain the
Tho written ivil serv:c exatulna-
tb.ns for policemen In New York have
hi rn sneered at aa a part of a visionary
scheme. Tho Ignorance dlplad by
tome of ihe iinsiicceaaftii applicant for
s Milntment might have had free
ei ii me In an official position however
and to the public Iowa had no such test
been used. Extracla from what these
appllesnlt for police service wmte
aliout Abraham Lincoln Include aome
extraordinary atatements. One wrote:
"He haa bin a lresented of New
' '"r rllr- Anulher dirlared that In
1 ci -lr'f?ln M nomanlted In place
of Iliirkhanan w hoe's term of oflice ex-
plied In that year."
"Mr. Lincoln" according to another
applicant had many engsgementi n
war. and waa hound to be victorious
especially at the battle of Gettysburg
w hen be twept all before him."
OI IJncom'i traffic death It aa rart-
I aj Clil.
ously -Id that h. -!
Cigo 1KC4." aleo that he !
In "H.K.ths th.t. l"W ' '
died a his home in w
The aiwaasln la spoken
"Oteay ." and "liveutu
One candidate ssld I
Dorker ro fred:" another
all Ihe negros In the world r
. I Ik. ...nllrallta SH'"!
agreed as one wrote tnai
aeertlnly bad very flew Ilk. unto Un-
W'her traveling In the smith of Ire.
hind aome years ago. I was nt 'It-
tie surprised to hear every one In a
room ahout "(!o.l blits you'" when
any person sneeiad and the "(1I blest
you" waa repeated for every aneete. I
have since imed that this salutation
has an or'gln going berk to the tilth
century when Ihe black plague fell
upon Home. Ita victims showed the
fli st symptoms by sneeslng. When tlif.
African king of Menomopata snceirs
all these near bis person tend up a
gtrat shout all within hearing take It
up to that the aueete may he aald to
go echoing through the kingdom. One
would think the subjects would Soon
get hoarse If their sovereign chanced
to have an oil fashioned New Knglsml
hay fever. When the king of Henaar
sneeies his courtiers turn their backs
on him and give a loud slap on their
right thigh. There Is a great deal of
character In the manner of sneetlng.
and though even Ceorga Washington
ri.iild not le dignlfl.-d when he felt a
Mifczt roming in. and wa lu doubu
whether It w mid come to a head or
not. It rrt:t be cmif. .-.! that a fd
srrere Is nio:.' I b ai.ura.de than other-
How lla lorMrrd lllul
A ge.itlei.i.m .i n liLg on the out-
sule of a C mi h In the Wert of Kligland
when the dtlvi r f lid In blm:
"I've fad a toin guv' to me tolsy
Jen years old Did ).'i en r see a cola
IKl yiurs o'd"
"(Ih. jea. I have o:n- myself 2.0o4
)esrs old "
"Ah"' s..id the driver "have ye?"
and sp. ke no more during the rest id
Ihe Journey .
Wh'-n the c ivh srrtve.l at Ita destl.
nslion the driver tinne) to the uth-1
with an liiieim I) tit satn.n.'d air and
"I lol l ou as we druv' along that I
had a c un 2 inn old ''
"nil yen ia d t i n.a 4 )oii had oct
J i i.ii old "
"Yea so lr "
"Thi.t's -it lr-e '
"W!..t do vi ir. an to that"
" ..at do I n ri Whi li t only
Y'A ii..-- T.t li.ts
1i rer-.aa. Ilnlrma
Nov I res lera may irmcmtM-r lhat In
i re of Charles Irn r a rollicking for-
ds the h"r.i a da!ilig r;h dragoon
t made to lep hit hor.e ovrr a small
curt In a I'mtu'ii-se street. At a cir-
cus In lu-rlin n. ri!) as IVplna t
)uiiig Italian g rl. i-rf onied the a
Ion Vii.g f.-j- f )!. r.g her fi4.rl'
oiroas an on victoria In which
four men were rested xhls young wo-
msn wss born in Trieste Aiietrla. of
wealthy parents and fmm rhlldhod
showed treat -tnc for hiTWe.ack et-
'...r. iq ne- rany trena ahe could L
ride much Utter than any woman In T
town even the men finding difficulty In
keeping up with her After much urg-
lug. her p.rent Anally allowed her to
appear In the ( Itcus Vldoll at Trieste
where her dartm perWrnanre aooa
Buide her such a name that today aba
commanda a higher salary than any
other pn.fe.n. equeatrlenne la
hi: rope. Her rhlef fti praVioui 0 ha
one deacrll-e ab.... waa to Jump ber
mare over four falr-tlsed ponlea .land-
ing side by tide.
It hss often let shown that flt'l
poies rre. rimUt n Umrn o(
ger and Ihe am )f KMltlllk
girl- given by th S-m York Ut
r ler. piovea n.w Th h.inaTV
-.me is Kate MM on!y V
. " " ""' s'e and an Invalid
iM-r Ihe with their fs.her In a farm-
". ten m le. from August..
Ute on lllrUy
flirted . . y hh.h
was t.. hB WM n
'! 'l'ln death. Neighbor
ere n.rt n.r. th- nwM d
waa m Anguia
JX.?:" -.-I-.H tube
... "i . " Ulr""' to. lay the
"or ThJ h" KM'' rnl h'
a ned . l" M 'Urk' ""X
ne 1 i. ?V'- l"url'"- rain and J
the little. rr n '.
gallop and m.te lm
ro.ti i... .
bile he pr. pared to . he w
dresaed In dry .
n.. ' . .I Mr- n" the hill.
They were Iwat m Th
bucmiM no hav be o . " !
:;i I:1!tr S
TTe nnlYer I. .ii
"FBJ. C. CampbelL w "i
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