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volcc, "death would bo n mercy to yon,
mid you must bo punished."
"Oh 1" ho shrieked, nnd. blinded by
rnge. ho rushed nmdly nt the hunter.
The Intter, without falling hnck a step,
contented himself with giving n sIrii.iI.
At the same moment n slip-knot fell on
the generic's shoulders, nnd ho rolled
on the ground with n yell of rage. Curu
mllln hnd lnssoed him.
In vain did Don Sebastlnn attempt fur
ther resistance: nfter useless efforts ho
wns reduced to utter Impotence, nnd
forced not only to confess he hnd been
vanquished, but to yield himself to tho
mercy of his conauerors.
The mnssncro wns ended, tho Insur
rection hnd been drowned In blood. Tho
few rebels who survived the carnago were
mnde prisoners; the victors, in tho first
moment of enthusiasm, hnd shot severni,
1 jt Y"
For winter feeding ' dock nnlmnin
shredding mnohlnory noes ' ;
hnvo been Inrgoly ..llmlmitol. A
CHAPTEIt XXVI. All nt once tho terrnces In Tncubn
In nny revolution, the insurgents hnvo street, looking on the Plnza Mayor, were
always an Immense advantage over the covered with sharpshooters, who began a
government they arc attacking, from the tremendous fire on the insurgents collect-
fnct that, ns they hold together, know ed beneath them.
their numbers nnd net in accordance with Tho nrtillerynien. who hnd hitherto
a long worked out nlnn. they are not fired at long rnnge. now brought un their and It required the most energetic inter-
only cognizant of what they want, but guns nlmost within pistol shot of the ferenco on the pnrt of the officers to
nlso whither thev are nroceeding. The streets, anil, in suite of the musketry fire check this rather too summnry justice,
government, on the other hand, however of the insurgents, bravely posted their At this moment joyous shouts burst
well informed it may be, and however batteries and began hurtling showers of forth, and tho President of the Republic
well on its guard, is obliged to remain canister nmong the defenders of the barrl- entered the courtyard nt the head or n
for n considerable length of time In nn cades. large stnff, glistening with embroidery,
nttltudo of nrmed expectation, without Almost simultaneously the troops fnith- "Ah, nh !" ho snid, ns he took a con
knowing whence the danger that menaces ful to the government appeared In the
It will come, or the strength of tho rebel- renr of the rebels. The insurgents felt
Hon It will hnvo to combat. they were lost, for they were caught be
On the other hnnd, again, as tho secret tween three fires: still, they offered a
of the discovery of the plot remains with courageous resistnnee. for, knowing thnt
temptuous glnnce nt the general ; "so this
Is the mnn who wished to chifngc the In
stitutions of this country?"
Don Sebastian did not deign to reply:
but he looked at the speaker with such
n small band of confidential agents of if they fell nlive into the hands of the nn expression of Implncnble hatred that
the President could not endure It, nnd
wns forced to turn his bend nway.
"Did this mnn surrender?" ho naked
one of his officers.
"No, coward," the general answered,
with clenched teeth, "1 will not surrender
"Take this mnn to prison with the oth
ers," tho President continued, "nn exnm
pie must be made; but take care that
they are not Insulted by the people."
"Yes." ths general muttered, "ever tho
"A full nnd entire pnrdon," the Presi
dent continued, "will be granted to tho
unhappy men who were led nstrny nnd
the authorities, the latter do not know conqueror they would be mercilessly shot,
nt first whom to trust, or whom to reckon they allowed themselves to bo killed with
on. They suspect everybody, even the an Indian stoicism, nnd did not yield nn
very troops defending them, whom they inch of ground.
fear to see turning against them at any The general was in a terrible rage;
moment, mid overthrowing them. This without n hat, his face blackened with
Is more especially the case in Mexico gunpowder and his uniform torn in sev
nnd nil the old Spanish colonies, where eral places, he leapt his horse over the
the governmentnl system is essentinlly corpses, nnd dashed blindly into the thick
military, and is consequently only based of the government troops, followed by
on naturally unintelligent and venal a small bund of friends, who bravely let
troops, who are utterly deficient of pat- themselves be killed at h's side,
riotlc feelings, and whom interest nlone, The fight wns positively degenernting
that is to say, pay or promotion, can keep into n massacre, tho two parties, as un
to their duty. happily always happens in civil wars,
The President of the Republic had been fought with the greater fury nnd ob-
informed of the designs of the general, stinncy because brothers were contending have recognized their crime,
ns far as that was possible ; he had against brothers, nnd many of them, for "Clemency nfter the mnssacre, thnt Is
known for more than n month that a vnst whom politics were only a pretext, took the usunl way," the general said again,
plot was being formed; he even was ndvantnge of the medley to satiate per- The President passed without answer-
nware of the probable day fixed for the soual hatred and avenge old insults. ing him, nnd left the courtynrd. A few
prouuncinmento, but he did not know a However, this could not go on for long minutes later the prisoners were led
syllable about the plans arranged by Don thus, and it was necessary to get out of away to prison. In spite of the efforts o
oeoastian and his adherents, as tne plot the situation at all risks. General Guer- the exasperated populace to mnssacrc
wns to Durst out in Mexico, the President rero. unnwnre of the occupntion of his them on the road.
had filled the enpitnl with troops, nnd house, resolved to fight his wny thither, General Don Sebastian Guerrero wa
called in those on whose fidelity he barricade himself, and obtain an honor- one of the first to nppenr before the tri
thought he could reckon with the greatest nble capitulation for himself and his com- bunal. He disdained any defense. He
Rut his preparations were necessarily X0 sooner was the plan conceived than
restricted to this, and he had been con- the execution wns attempted. Don Sebns-
strained to wait till the revolution com- tian collected round him all the fighting
menced. men left, nnd formed them into n smnll
It burst forth with the suddenness of bnnd for the canister nnd bullets had
a peal of thunder at twenty places sim- mnde frightful ravnges in the ranks of
the insurgents and placed himself at
"Forward, forward !" he shouted, as
he rushed at the enemy,
1 1 nml J- Ilonic-Miutr Tool
All growers of blackberries nnd rnsp
tnirlii L-nnw that one of till) most din
" ' . .1 Hill li in nin"- i
agreeable Jobs of tho season is tho cut- R(ovpr vv,(ll01lt considerable vvuhIp. nun
. . . 1..
M...1ilii,f nine 1 110 Oil" o
, good shredding, but o grnl
IM,t loft In tho bout conditio". I
greatest drawback In tho two of I"
busker nml thresher Ih that Hoy ro
quint n largo force of inon nml Ion nn,
bonce tho work Ih quite expensive.
Perhaps tho cheapest corn liunkliiR is
dono with the Ditto old husking l
nut It Is nlmost Impossii.io in "
ting out of the old ennos on tho plants (J)p nf(10 ,,,; ,m, nuisance when
of these Holds. Tho easiest wny of do- (() hnn,,B (i, nintitiro. These
Ing this work is to uso a sharp tool of (1in(,t(,., Illliy overcome by running
some kind so arranged that the oiornt
. . .... ,. MM...
ni. milt utllllll Hlir I? It 1111(1 WOrit,
tool Illustrated tuny be rendlly mndo by
nnv hnndv mnn. nml will do tho work
required quite ns effectually ns n more
Hike the handle from n worn-out
shovel or fork nnd have tho blnck
smith nttnoh to It the end of nn old
scythe blade or, If one lins no blade of
this kind, the blacksmith can fashion
one from old scraps thnt he tnny have
at small expense. Hnvo this blade fas
ti, i,tiimi;iMl stover through n com
mon cutter ami shredder. This work
can usunlly be done without employing
much. If nny outside help. In enso ev
erything Is hired, tho cost of the work,
nd'dod to thnt of hand-husking nnd put
ting of the corn nnd stover In crib nnd
mow or stuck may equal or even exceed
the exMtiso of innrhliie husking nnd
shredding. This Is n point ror emu i
decide from his own standpoint. Agri
tool ran ncnnY orowek.
was condemned to death nnd his estates
(To be continued.)
ORIGIN OF THE HALO.
ultaneously, at about the second hour of
the tarde. The President, who was at
once informed, and who had only come
to the circus in order not to be invested
In the government places, instantly took
trayal," said a well-known painter Just
returned from n sojourn in Kuroiie. "It
Is commonly necepted ns the badge of
holiness on the part of the figure whose
head It crowns. The old masters used.
It generally ns the hallmark of n saint
Conventional Emblem of Sanctity
Ilenlly Uealifned un tin Umbrellu.
"Few people few even nmong ar
tists have nny Idea of the htmiblo
nrlr-ln nt tlio linln. thnt ponvoiltlonnl
His men followed him with veils of .......... ..... ... .,,
the mnnsni ho tlmnC mn nffirnpln,.. f rri, nti n.,- u" CZ OUlOiem OI sailCUiy 111 nil urusuc J.ui-
, - r - - . . a tic- vuiiniuu a.i ici 1 1 UiL"f tut; 1JUL
The news, however, rapidly nrrived, fearful : for four or five minntoa n fnno-
and became worse and worse, and the in- real silence brooded over this confused
sjirrection was assuming frightful propor- mass of combatants, who attacked each
Hons. The revolters nt first tried to other so savagely.
install themselves on the Plaza Mayor At length the President's troops fell
in order to seize the government palace, back slightly, the Insurants took m.
ut :.u . , ... . . " . . " t-'""-J
uul uc,u.s ' vantage oi it to redouble their efforts, regularly canonized as such by the
,i.;,"UL CrrJ: 'SlT'Tr r'11?1"6 al .Phuman. and CathoIIc churcu. My attemion was
u.ciij.-.1c.- in iutuM, aauuuu, .uuuic- rcacneu ine general s House. The doors a . , , , , , . . . .,
rilla and San Agustin streets, erected bar- were broken onen In i.tn .. flrst attracted bf the fact that the ear
ricades and exchanged a sharp fire with rushed pell-mell into the court yard Thev llest Pa'ntnBs of Giotto did not repre-
iamiiui iroops. were saved, since they had at last reached M"1 "-"'. ul
The cannon roared in the square and the shelter where they hoped to defend Family -with the conventional circle of
tne oans maoe large gaps in the ranus themselves. light above the heads of the figures.
oi tne insurgents, who replied with yells At this moment a frightful thing hap- but Instead a flat, opaque disc, some-
U1 "5 "uu mta-uMu uriugv peneu ; the gallery commanding the court
Colonel Lupo had taken possession of yard and the stairs were entirely occu-
two city gates, which he burned down, pied by soldiers, and so soon as the in-
and through which fresh re-enforcements surgents appeared the muskets were
reached the insurgents, who now pro- pointed down at them, a tornado of fire
claimed themselves masters of one-third passed over them like the blast of death,
of the city The foreign merchants, es- and in a second a mass of corpses covered
tablished in Mexico, had hoisted their na- the ground.
tional flags over their houses, in which The insurgents, terrified by this sudden
they remained shut up and suffering great attack, which they were so far from anti
anxiety, cipating, hurriedly fell back, instinctively
The President was still standing mo- seeking an outlet by which to escape,
tionless in the center of the circus, frown- The tumult then became terrible, and the
ing at each new message, or angrily strik- massacre assumed the proportions of an
ing the pommel of his saddle with his organized butchery. Driven back into
clenched fist. All nt once a man glided the court yard by the troops who pur-
secretly between his horse s legs and gent- sued them, nnd met there by those who birds and the discoloration from the
ly touched his boot. The general turned had attacked them and now charged at rains falling from the roofs disfigured
tho Images. Accordingly they placed
over the tops of them lint wooden discs
what like a uiortar-bonru cap, wns
limned upon the head of each. This led
me Into an Investigation of the strango
head-gear. The result was Interesting.
"In the eleventh and twelfth cen
turies, years rich In the building
of churches and cathedrals, there
were erected around the outside of tho
sacred edifices statues of the saints,
long rows of them sometimes stretch
ing the length of the buildings nnd
placed for the most part Just under tho
eaves. In time the care takers of the
buildings perceived the droppings of
round quickly. the bayonet point, these wretched men,
"Ah !" the general exclaimed, on recog- rendered senseless by terror, did not
nizing him. "At last ! Well, Curumilla?" dream any longer of employing their
But the Indian, without answering, weapons, but falling on their knees before
thrust a folded pnper into his hnnd and their executioners, an'd clasping their
d isappeared as rapidly as he had come, trembling hands, they implored the mercy
The general eagerly scanned the letter, of the troops, who, intoxicated by the
of Hulliclent size to protect the statues,
embryo umbrellas, ns It were. Giotto
began to paint holy pictures when a
mere country Iwy, nnd his Ignorance
tened to the bnndlo In the manner
shown In the cut, and when working
among the canes of the berry bushes
uso It In the wny Illustrated.
This tool will l found extremely
handy for this sort of pruning any
where on the fnrm. It will work quite
well for cutting out suckers In tho or
chard as In the berry row. If the canes
nre quite tall n straight handle tuny bo
attached to tho blado so that one may
hnvo It of nny desired length. Such n
tool costs but little, nnd If one hns n
considerable nren In berry plants It
Till pny to hnve several tools made.
rnmpnalllnn of Crop,
A bulletin of the Mlnneiwta Uxperi
ment Station discusses the composition
nnd characteristics of tho more common
farm crops, ns nlfnlfn. clover, pons,
rape, corn fodder, timothy, millet, etc.
In connection with tho comiKisltion
of some of tho crops tho protein con
tent of tho seed Is eoiiMldorod. In tho
enso of clover, nlfnlfn, pens, Ixmns nnd
rape two distinct tyjvs of seed nro
shown to recur, one of high nnd tho
other of low protein content, nnd tb
relationship of the physlcnl chnrncter-
Istlcs of the weds to the chemlcnl com
position Is noted. The lnrgor protein
content of tho need In considered ns a
possible fnctor In the production of for
nge crops of high nutritive value. Tho
quality of the forage In live stock fill
ing Is of grent ltiurtnuee. becnuso by
the use of more concentrated nitroge
nous forage rations can be prepared
requiring smnllor amounts of grnltin
nnd milled products. The result Is n
material tliinnclnl snvlng of stock.
1(XM Norwegian! defeated tin v.l
111)3--Richard I. doffitted ih, r
at thn bottle of GIor. N
13-7 Kdwnrd II. of KiiRUnd
In Iterkeley Ctlo.
lariOICiullsh dofenUd th Ftm
..... .......v w uitirfw. j
1-I150wen Olondnwer, th V!tA
riot, dM at Monnliiiton. 1
IffiiS John Kndlcott'i colony ufiA
"Benns" Is the title of a recent farm
ers' bulletin, by Professor Corliett, the
well-known horticulturist of the United
States Department of Agriculture.
Beans belong to one of tho most Impor
tant families of economic plants with
which man has to deal that of le
gumes. The bean furnishes food for
both man and nnd beast, ami at the
same time Increases tho fertility of
the soil. It Is. therefore, an Impor
tant crop, both In farm rotation nnd
In market gnrden work. The new bul
letin treats fairly of Its cultivation,
caro and use.
Professor Wlnnoko, of Purdue Expe
riment Station, has Just Issued un In
teresting bulletin on soy benns, cow-
pens and other forage crops. Tho cul
ture of cow pens and soy beans Is be
coming Important with many fanners.
as they make good forage crops and nt
tho snme time ndd fertility to the soli.
They belong to tho legumes, and the
cost of producing Is about tho same ns
for com, while their food value com
pares very favorably with corn. Sev
eral other classes of forage plnnts are
described In the bulletin.
llorr tn Smc Step.
In spite of the extensive development
nnd uso of corn harvesting inncldnery
the fnct remains thnt much corn Is
still cut by hand. Therefore tho nc-
companyliig sketch recently rent to tint
New I'nglnnd Hotnested by n render
will provo of Interest.
He hns figured nut thnt If Urn plan
outlined Is followed a sixty-four bill
shock, or itook, of corn enn lx ait nt
n minimum number of steps. Tho cir
cles In tho center represent tho four
hills tied together or between which
the shock is built. After tho founda
tion for tho shock Is ready tho mnn
goes to No. 1 nnd cuts In the direction
' ! i j
X t ft
-rj ft) r
o o )
o o 0
(3ji &-.u h
ttt f . ft... ff
oimiso a Kiioc'K or eoux
of the numbers until ho roaches ,Vo, a
After plnclng his armful In the shock
he begins at No. nnd cuts to No. lit
ngaln debiting his lond nnd continu
ing tho operation in the wny tho bills
nro numbered until tho shock Is com-
pleted. It will bo noted that In nddt-
j.ue general s tace grew orignter, ue them like oxen n the shambles, nnd
flrntv Tiimcplf nn hniifhtttv. nnd hrnnilicTi. I 1aA.l l1Atn V, u i
Inr his sword with a martini nlr. slionte.l Jl.oU l.lio. LuZil .1, llko tlle bottom of a barrel.
r - I ..,. v. UCIIIIL U II U
To Pnntrnrlxn .11 1 1 If
Pasteurizing milk Is a very simple
process, the operator to bo careful of
tho temperature, however, which Is
very Important. When milk Is boiled t'n to snvlng steps this plnn brings
tne nnturai nnvor Is destroyed, nnd cutter near tho shock with bis lumv.
some persons object to It. Milk Is also lo!,t bu or when his nrin Is full of
Injured to a certain extent by bollliiir. corn.
To Pastucrlze milk, procure long-
neck0l bottle, Which must bo unmn. I'rtilt from Her,.
lotisly clean; pour In the milk and plug 11 Ih """""tful If there Is tiny kind ot
the tops with cotton wool, which ex- 1111 l""t u'm ''omo strictly true to yt.
which only contained these words, writ- smell of blood, aud affected by the horri- assumed the protecting disc ns an es
ten in French: "All is going on well, ble murder fever which seizes upon even sentlal pnrt of tho saint. Hence his
Charge vigorously " the coolest man on the battle field, killed earliest paintings represent each sacred
figure toiiped off with what looks much
) UL UCUL'IIL MUM i . . . 1 .p
in a voice heard by all: "Forward, Mu- ferocious laughter, and felt a horrible 'K'anzeu tills into n circle, dark at . eludes all germs. Place the liottlos In r"',y wm'" Krown rro'n H,,'l. ns them
r victims writhe "m DUt growing more luminous with n deep pan or other vessel nnd heat to IH " ',!cy to deviate from tho orlg-
a temperature of irS degrees, nsln inni- ,,,IL' '"' swure sotiiethliiL' mimv
thermometer. If the temperature reach- rlor "r ,no frillt "",v revert bnck to
es 100 degrees tho milk will have tho ",1,'1ilo kind, it N n slow
odor of being boiled. ICeep the milk uncertain process. Chestnuts may
chachos ! pleasure In seeinir thel
Then, digging his spurs into his horse's with heartbreaking cries In the 1iHt rnn
sides, he galloped out of the: circus, fol- vulsions of death.
lowed by the greater part of the troops,
the remainder receiving orders to hold
their present position until further warning.
"Now," said the President to the ofil-
encli successive production of his ar
tistic fancy until ho developed the clr-
do of light that has come down un
cbnngod through generations of paint
ers as tho bndge of sanctity. An artist
General Don Sebastian, though wound
ed, and who seemed to have been pro
tected by a charm throughout this scene
of carnage, defended himself like a lion
n fro tnuf LAi'Orn I urtlrlfftru ittin f elml Ih ... !
cers who pressed round him. "the game is to transfix hlra with their bayonets. Lean- "h 11 f r01 " , '1,cturfi r n setting
won ; within an hour the insurrection will ing against a column, he whirled his "u" u" U1U 1,ul ,rom 1,10 "en,J of a
be conquered." sabre round his head, evidently seeking Baint.
In fact matters hnd greatly altered, death, but wishful to sell his life as dear- "But," concluded tho mnn of colors,
Tills is what had occurred: ly ns possible. "that celestial sign, emblematic of nil
Valentine, ns we said, had taken a Suddenly Valentine cleft his way that Is supernal, began business more-
iiuusu in -luuiiuu niruei, uuu anowier in nus '"c luihuuiuiiim, lunuweu oy jiei- y ng ajj umbrclln "
ine vicinity oi me aan iazaro gate, muuieur, mncK j'.ik nnu uurumuia, who
During the night that preceded the pro- were engaged in warding off the blows the
nunciamento, 400 resolute soldiers, com- soldiers incessantly made at him, and
manded by faithful officers, were Intro- renched tho general,
duced into the house in Tncuba street, "Ah " the latter said, on perceiving
where they remained so well hidden that "'m, here you are at Inst, then?"
nn nnn misnected their nreKenee. A ut,.i! And he dealt Mm n terrlhlo hlnn
lnr number of troons werw stowefl nu-nv Belhumcur narried It. nnd Vnlnntlno' nnn. 1080 for her.
In tho houso at the San Lazaro gate. tinued to advance. Mother of Dear Daughter Thank
Don Martini, nt the head of a large "Withdraw," ho said to the soldiers you, Vicar, I shall hope to bring her
body of men, slipped Into the small house who surrounded tho general, "this man every Sunday now ! Punch.
belonging to the capataz, and, being warn- belongs to me."
ed by tho latter so soon ns the general The soldiers, though they did not know
bad gone off to attend tho reviow, he pass- the hunter, Intimidated by the accent with
ed Into his mansion through the masked which he uttered these words, and recog-
door we know, nnd occupied it without nizing In him one of those rare men who
atrlkiug a blow. can always Impose on common natures.
heated for half an hour. The cot
would as soon think of leaving the rays ! ton stoppers need not bo removed un
til the milk Is desired for use. The
bottles containing tho milk may bo
pla'ced In a refrigerator 'or some cool
receptacle. Milk so prepared can bo
no gniiic.i wnen j year old. Thn tint
are usunlly placed In the ground In
rows. Inches deep, early In tho Mnn,...
or Into In the fall, billing over them If
in tno rail, ami iincovorlnif In ),.
spring. They are vorv unn.Hi.i.i,. i..
Would I'roflt liy 11.
Vicar I urn so glad your dear
daughter is better. I was greatly
pleased to see her In church this morn-
And he dealt him a taSbl. blow, but In U"d fM
"Miss Hub bub Bright," begnn
Stutterton, "will you bub bub be in
m my er, that Is, I Jul Jul love "
"Heally," interrupted MIhh Bright,
The Tlgrero straightway set a trap, Jn respectfully fell bnck without making the "you must give mo tlmo to consider
hich several of the principal chiefs of slightest objection. Mr stutterton In tho meantime .r'
,e Insurgents were caught and made pris- The hunter throw his purse to them. hV)ft Z wi bo able to sav It ' I n
tiers. "You dare to defy tho Hon nt bay," "7i,,n n y
These three nolnts oei'iinlerl Mmn i,,ntf. the penernl nlinufnrl rrnnuliln. 1.1- aUCIpllia 1 rCSB.
These three points occupied, they wnlt- the general shouted, gnashing his teeth :
ea. ixiionei lupo had attacked tho San although attacked by dogs, ho can still
iazaro gato so vigorously and unexpect- avengo his death."
edly, that It was Impossible to prevent "You will not die," tho hunter said;
him burning It. A very obtinate fight at coldly ; "throw away the snbre, which Is
once began, and the colonel, after a brave now useless."
resistance, had been nt length compelled "Ah, nh !" Don Sebastian said, with n
Cltlman Aren't any of you suburb
anltes preparing to grow anything in
your gardens this year'
Hubbubs Well, there's ono thing
to rotreat nnd fall back on tho main bodv grin of race: "I am not to die? And moHt ot us avo Brown already.
of the lnsursents, who were masters, or why not, pray?" Cltlman Indeed? Wlint'o thnt?
burly so, of the center of the city. I "Because," he answered. In a cuttln Bubbuba
kept for two or three days. To sterilize ,,n,1,'"ttlng and prefer a sandy lonm.
milk It must be boiled, bonco Pasteii- T,, Kiir,,iwnn varieties are larger than
rlzatlon Is a different process. l"" "'iiive. -ine native chestnuts vary
greatly, no two trees producing mils
l'oujtry. exactly alike In size, flavor (,. ...
A careful observer of poultry needs foreign varieties nro unifm,! .1.,.
, ...ij ,. s n .... . I i ... i 1 " ' " "t till
no uuuur ign 01 us conrimon than to monctm Blocks. Trees grown from
watch tho comb. A bright red comb American mils can not bo detien.!,,,!
is.n. tlinfr M... nM , . . ... I .... . .
D.,un m.n. mu ui jjiitiu is nonitliy "i"' r ijuiiiuy or product.
nnu vigorous, nnu ir n lien, she will
.1...l.l.. I.A .. a 1 ... . I A ..
uuuiiiiijr ira 11 i;u(j(i inver. at Hr Mir. i ithii lift?.
egtr Hiinnlv has failed tho i,i n Heehlves on every front trn. i
generally lose its color. In cold weatb- K ,'"cl' fn,""y " M1ly of dollclous
e,....l ...111. t 1 . I llOllOV floHII nt linml ...I. II . . ..
ui iuhih iyihi iiuku eoiiios must nave - mine at tlio saiuo
extra warm quarters, ns thev lirn vorv
tlmo tho bees will Inculcate lllnlr lirn.
easily frozen. It Is frozen combs more !?" of ,,",1IHtri'- "re a iosslhlllty, for
onen man anything elso that niaktj " 'i"niiuiu or Agriculturo bnssuc.
Legborns and Mlnorcas noor winti.r mlwl i" Imjmrtlnir from nbroiwi wi,.
layers. As their names Imply, tboy nro "l"y 1,0 termed a iieacoful beo. whini.
nntlrcs 0 warm climates, as, Indeed. "",,H ur m'ul cllmute to Its Hklmr
most fowls aro. They very rarely got J ")w'"m"r Is known as tbo Cau.
Into as warm quarters In winter ..u ensinn neo. The nimie l ,i,.ru.,.i
they could And anywhere In tho conn- l,H n",lvo locality, nnd Ih emplinslzod
tHn. . . 1 . v 1. .. .1 a 1 itvr linlll.. 114 ... '
n.un wm-iu nicy nan uicir original v """,,B " "u winch rank It distinct-
win n inati'H iin u i ..1..,.
,. . .... : ' i m civil"
A cellar Is n good plnco to keep bees
btit, If sheltered from tbo winds ami
exposed to tbo sun, n strong colony trill
Tired Philadelphia Pm well out of doors.
', iiignnied nnd lilifb.tnn,
rushes with reluctance Into nnyllilnir
that smncks of warfare. i,v.' ...
l; of tbo belligerent Instinct- 0
MnM., ns med.
10r:i--NeMr KtiKland colonliti ml
wnr senium the Nlnntlck liCJ
1WJ5 Tim srrnt plnsuo of le,
n-aciKHi un imisht.
1076-Blooly Brook nuiuAnt it J
ICOT-Klns WlllUm's war enWh
....... . 1 ti 1 1 t
irraij 01 liyawicK.
1710 Expedition ncnlnt t!ii rJ
ailed from Botton for 1'ort EsJ
17U Gwirje I. landed In KnjUsl
174.1 Battle of PrMtonpaw 1J
the HoyM troop nml th Jute
1747 Marquis d Beauhnrtuli tiKj
twenty-one year trm u rctl
oi v tinun.
nriO QurUc capitulated to
17(12 Ht. John'. NewfoundliBi m
from the French by the Hrfeaj
177(lTlie firm Trinity chord, :
ork, dentniyvd by fl. BsJl
1777 Omtlnrtital Conerm Uti ti
ddphla on the nppnmrh of lUl
lull. . . . IlrltUli vftorloui 1! d
of Haratosa... Brltuh MuUii
Ainerlcamt at l'doli, I',
1702 Mwtlnr of the firm Pariltasl
1703 (leoTBu Wanlilneton hli 6a I
nr moim of the iiailool oj
lui itotwrt Jimmet, IrW
linnsed for trrnon.
1KM Central American 8ut iai
ISn-Hamuel U. Houthard of Stti
ey bexraine Hecretary of th feu
1S.TS Oiwnlnc of tb Ialoa ul
nilncham railway. .. .AnilOi'-
r ...... r.m...i (.n,t,..-H '1
iminUQ l.l, M , . I. . V -
1BI1 Hallway opened Mnna Ui
1HI7 .Sbftkjteire' lion, StriiWl
Avon, Ixiuebt for the llflluSal
18,V)--Prcldent Fillmore ilrsM
f licit Iro alnve law
18.1I Allle defeate.1 the lineal
thn battle of Alma.
J8.V1 The lam national wntfjal
the Whls met at llaltitnoff.
iaj7 Maacr at Mounuln M
Utah.... Delhi captured btb:
lFiX)-The American tour of tUffl
of Wale Ikjtoii at Dfirolt.
1WI1 Nrw Orleans bank
1N52 Battle of Antlctnm endci
1MUI-f!en. Brner Iwsran th Ml
Chattanooga. . . Flmt dr il
tie of Chlcknmaiiga.
1U..l'.fM. Klmrldan vlrtorlow "-l
tie of Wlnehemer ... lto N
withdrew a a cnndlilat to'
18IW Hovolutlon In Hpaln couts
1S70 The (Jcrmnna Inrentnl
r,H.llML. iiIbpo at HtirillKllfW.
187H Financial jmnlc prfflp'l
tho mnmenslon of Jay i1'
IRSl Cluster A. Arthur took tiM
na succnor to President Gif.
1R.'I 'Hie Kt. Clair tunnfl
Detroit river opened to trtfiH
180-J Chinese defrntrd with bWJJ
nt bnttle of Ping Yanit, W"-
IBO.V-IVnry Arctic relief "11
Ht. John's. N. l' on ru.-
1UfU U.....ll. tnrnam liefltl tb l
Isler of wnr ordered the pnfl
t'n Plmnnrt. Ill CODntCtwi
thn Dreyfus ca".
1800 Anti-trust conference t
t.iA- ....,1 Kurt.
MethodUt foreign iuImIou
over 70,()00 pupils.
China nnd Jnpnn oe'h,r
VlTxm tomi of silk annually.
Taken tho world over, th J
ernito rainfall Is Uty Inchea.
.. . . I,, lilnonl
white nnd exhnlo a dellcloui wl
the hloAiom dlo In n dny.
The eteel aleonlng rnre which
.... ... .. ..... 1. I ...llillnr w U
Ilinil (-fllll)JUIIjr in lm jjl
tier cent moro than tlio lirf,fnl. ,J
A nrnr na can bo r,;IDl
nnnrnnrliititd nnd UtireerVM Vi
of the United Htntes amount to 1
A doendo ngo, In the fiscal l7JL
07, thla country did n ''""i
imini'Aiiivrtvaii vum .
128 1.000.000, In tlm fi,' ',uti
IY7 It lm 1nnn tlUllnCUl WlB it
American cx)untrl In titHl