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s THE RED 5
By GUSTAVO AIMARD
CIIAPTEK XXVII. I lie had entered tho capilla, and hastened
The Spanish custom a custom which off to Valentine.
has been kept up In nil the old colonies "I will go," said Valentine simply.
of that power of piscine persons con- and he dismissed luni.
demned to death in a chapel, requires ex- Curumilla was at once sent off to M.
planntion, in order that it may he thor- Itnilier's quiutn with a letter, and during
oughly understood and appreciated, as his absence Valentine had a long conver-
it deserves to be. sation with Belhumeur and Black blk.
Frenchmen, over whom the greafc rcvo- At about o in the evening a carnage en-
great and noble heart. Now lot dentn
ccme, and I shall accept it giaiiiy, tor i
feci convinced tint heaven will have pity
on mn on nrcnnnt of mv sincere repent
ance, lie happy, niece, with tho husband
of your choice. Senorcs, all accept my
thanks. Don Valentine, ouco more i
thank you. And now leave me, nil, for
I no longir belong to the world, so lot
me think of my salvation."
'Hut one word." Valentine said. tlcn-
eral, I have forgiven you, and it Is now
my turn to nsk your pardon."
What can you mean'
"I havo deceived you 1"
"Yes: take this paper. Tho President
It la not only In congregations of
o: uic uepumic, employing ms u.-.t.u ,,,u ,, . nttu horses
rpil nf mnrof )nu n mv nressinc ell- . .
A method of preserving moat !n"
been brought out In Franco by IT. lo
I.nppnront, which seems to hnvo wet
with considerable ma-cess, It enn lio
nlso applied on n mnnll wnl" tot
Imiisnhnl.t niinmsca. sn.vs tho rVlcntlfle
Anierlcnn. Tho vrlnclplo consist In KK.
ii.. ....v. ... .linrntii ne 111 PSfo
exposing uio iin'iu iu min"""" -
fiinif.fi. Itv burning n small nniount
tror MVI ,1. ' nnssod Oil CtC, tlint WO oftOU IllHl particular.)
' " , ..l-i ........ I .n ,w, niTOSS ' . ' . .... - I ..i..
you. You arc free." ' ' "tlul13 fiwiiKiu, .- 0( Ruphur III n recepincie oimm n
His hearers burst into a cry of ndmlra- them In flocks of poultry, among ...n, . , . )Inc0 t cnn ,fl
m. The general turned pale. He tot- turkeys nnd even pigeons. There nre lVH,rvC(j for Bnvcrn days, even lit
ed. and for a moment it was fancied nniilos nnd brutes In tho pigeon ns . . . from
lution of 03 passed like a hurrimne, and tered the courtyanl of Valentine's house that he was about to fall. A cold per- j we lninmn family. A mnle pigeon ...lnhtir fumes nnd thero seems
. . i. t.l,mnir HI . ..
innt is uisposeu 10 iuiiko i"""'1"
nuisance In lighting other old birds nnd
we bo re
spiration stood on his temples.
"tathers," he said, turning to tho
monks, "lead me to your monastery.
carried off most of their belief in its san- at a gallop ; it contained - M. Rallier,
culnary cloak, may smile with pity and Dona Anita and Don Martial
recard as a fanatic remainder of another "Thanks !" he said on seeing them,
age this custom of placing the condemned "You ordered me to come, so I obeyed
in chapel. Among us. it is true, matters as usual," the Tigrcro answered,
nre managed much more simply : a man. "You were right, my friend."
when condemned bv the law, cats, driuks "And now what do you want of us?"
nnd remains nlone in his cell. If he de- I "That you should accompany me to
sire it he is visited br the chaplain, whom the place whither I am goiug at this mo- reaching the frontier the hunter, In splto pcrpendlcul
he is at liberty to vonvcrso with, if he nient." ot uic pressing entreaties ot ills menus, through tl
likes; if not, he remains perfectly quiet, "Would it be indiscreet to ask you?" separated from them nnd returned to tho i eno,1Kn 1(,
Genem. duero is dead and he,rYh WIlnK might ns we 1 m .
I shall be a monk of your order." j moveil from the loft. If Ills l no
Two dais after the Bcene we have de- practical, clip his wings nnd provide a
scribed Valentine nnd his companions left . nest for the pair on tho floor.
.Mexico and returned to Sonora. On For n mating lien get n box ami pui
l,v l. nn .Innpnr fn health. HllCll H ,
method cnn bo ticetl nlso on n Inrgo
scnle for preserving went for nrmy 1,123 Ilnvsrlans tlefeAted tb Attt
use. ns It Is quite slmplo nnd ensjr to at Muhldorf.
ii nn r In nrnct ce. From exiierimuin inorttsirw. ,!.f.....t .i.. ...
mndo on a large scnle It nppenrs tlint. Nlcopolls. tUi
tiirttlittf inn itnt O 1W11T HIM I Dili I . . l I " 1
,1 sin s on the front nnd the ."i 'r(J MBO-V.rkl-1. notorious
the middle. It should bo Inrge not contain more thnn grams (.1U) (Wnr of
U, malce end, npartment 12 or f;f 'i1'"-- .'.H ' M03-Col,nbt, M.,M frwn I
nnd nohodr nnrs nnv attention to mm. iwierer tlie hunter interrupted mm ui-cri. ,r . . . ,. ... hu sluts iutM""i" i " iw" i ... , .,. . . m
during a period more or less long, nnd de- with a laugh. "Not at all: I am going Don Martial and Dona Anita ettlcd ' "",,,, Rll0Hi,l bo ' tho order of ten thousandth-.. - "l-wmon to Amh
in .Mexico near tue uaiucrs. a nioma , . , : , , vessels The meat should bo fiiinignieu ns jui.i iiamon oucovereu tin
termined by the rejection of his appeal. I to lead you, Dona Anita, and the persons
Then, one fine morning, when he is least here present to the capataz in which
thinking of it. the governor of the prison I General Guerrero is confined.'
nnnounces to him, when he wakes, as the "The capilla?" the Tigrero exclaimed
most simple thing in the world, that he I in amazement, "for what purpose?
is to be executed that same day, and "What does that concern you? The
I - s . m.kI firnfnp. I
. " " . l. I ..n-tlMnll n tllllt aS IHISSHIIO nillT KlIIIIIH,
returned to the convent, ami at tlie enu ". - " u ..." .,. .i.i-i. i,nr nn cut Imuh's. ' rji n u
of a year, in spite of the entreaties of both birds may use them In common, nhly on parts which hnvo no cut mn e. 1MSMe edei. tho Bpanlih cot,
her familv. who le urnrisedatso If out of sl.ht of their old mates It will Inn went Is found t.ikcep best, fo o K,orIl n, murdfrp,,
' m - I a. 1 .....ttll.a vtnnri .a..L a. I Ml.
. . ihrw niivs unserve u or pcvrrni mM c-icucu.
ot.AUUkv: n 4 v3UIUUvUi 1 UIV.il UUlUlUk mi ' UWl llUlll iU V I .....
only an hour is granted him to recom- general has requested to see you, and pnrently explained, the young lady took ror them to unite. The movable slat can bo Inclosed III vessels run oi enr- ir.nTOlty of Amlcux taktn bj gj,
mend his soul to the divine clemency. Tlie you cannot refuse the request of a man the vows. can (j,en tnken nwny, nnd If the Iwnlc acid gas. It hns the nppenrnnco j nntj Kngji,),,
fatal toilet is made by the executioner who has but a few hours left to live." When I met Vnlentine Gulllols on the ini,tltti- is iiermnncnt they mny be turn- of fresh meat, nnd Its tnsto Is not . . . .
and his assistant, the condemned man is The Tigrero hung his head without an- banks of the Itio Joaquin some time after . ' , . fl . t changed nfter OKiklng. In Knglnnd Mr. i Htl,A,. , i C'
placed in a close carriage, conveyed to swering. the events recorded in this long story. I pSS, for IMn-Ve like whole Lnscalles Scott pro,H,sl n method I Hl'InIa' BWflt
the place of execution, and in a twinkling "Oh! I will go!" Dona Anita exclaimed was going with Curumilla to attempt a ... im,, x..,m, rnl(B In lininorslnc the went 10h Th French In America tubs
I . . . . l . 1 , , . 1 . IU 1 ,(., . 1 . f W Ill-II I 1 11 L til 1111 Lllllllia 1V1 l"P(" i "...v.. -
a moment to look round him.
When a man is condemned to death
from that moment he is, de facto, cut oi
, from that society to which he no longer
belongs, through the sentence passed on
him; he is consequently separated from
his fellow men.
He is shut up in a room, at one end of
'which is an altar; the walls are hung
In black drapery, studded with silver
tears, and here and there mourning in
scriptions, drawn from Holy Writ. Near
his bed is placed the coffin in which his
body is to be deposited after execution
that ran down her cheeks.
"Since you insist. Don Valentine, I
will go," said the Tigrero.
I do not insist, my friend; I only
ask, that is all."
1 1 1 . . 1 T
unznruuus expeamon across ine ivochj " . . , , . i . , .. , ,, - ii,,,,.
Mountains, from which, he said to me. ' Hut there arc many other grains which In n solution of bisulphite of lime,
with the soft, melancholy smile which pigeons like nnd thrive on. among tlicm
he ceneraliv assumpd when sneakinc to . common liens, barley, buckwheat, COW- Colnr at !.
me, he hoped never to return.
I accompanied him for several days.
and then we were compelled to separate.
Valentine, Dona Anita, M. Rallier and
Don Martial got into the carriage. The
two Canadians nnd the chief followed
them on horseback, and they proceeded
at a gallop to the chapel where the con
demned man was confined.
pens, soy beans, English horse beans, At tho California Agricultural Kt
the vnrious kinds of vetcn. broom corn, iierinient Station, the chief object In
sorghum seed, millet nnd mnny others, making n chemlcnl examination of 1002 Martha Cory hand it
first trrnty with tho IratMki
1C90 "Publlck Occurrfncrs," tt i
paper printed In Amrrlc, bwj
to AS rfoofed'after hh'S ' Cor" ,S n when 0 delenn,W "'" al 1732-Flrst HM of The IM !
i , ,. " J k "f;" Ji moderate quantities, especially during mnerlorlty of ne over the other ns i GitU-.
luuiauij ivil ilij in-tlil. tuminv.iv,, - ...i . . rl.- I .1...'
by a sad foreboding. He turned round summer, ana not as an mwu to quamy. i .c in. n..un j743noV, C,ntorl dlvioT(1 a.
for the last time, waved his hand in fare- rigeons nlso lenni to ent oouwi sneus nnu tiinr niior unve mn nuKn . y)rk ljPKMAUlrt,
well ana disappeared round a bend ot toes nnu oincr vegeinoie, i ciira on uiu wuuu oi mo ii-. i
All along the road they found marks
while two priests, who relieve each oth- of the obstinate struggle which had del-
er, but of whom one constantly remains in Uged the city with blood a few days pre-
the room, say mass in turn, and exhort viously ; the barricades had not been en-
the criminal to repent of his crimes, and
implore Divine clemency. This custom.
which, if carried to an extreme, would
appear in our country before all, bar
barous and cruel, perfectly agrees with
Spanish manners, and the thoroughly be
lieving spirit of this impressionable na-
tirely removed, and though the distance
was in reality very short, they did not
reach the prison until nightfall, owing
to the detours they were forced to make.
Valentine begged his friends to remain
outside, and only entered with Dona
Anita and the Tigrero. The general was
I was fated never to see him .such ns we give to the hens, etc. ror n hns been snld by some Uint tho
I really fine, plump, fat squnbs, wheat brown eggs nre richer than the whlto
ones, but this Htntcuicnt Is not borno
out by a chemlcnl analysis, nnd tho
physical examination proves that tho
main points of superiority, though
slight, nre possessed by the white crick
Since then nothing has been heard of is hnrd to bent.
him nor of Curumilla. All my endeavors
to join them or even obtain news of them
Are they still living? No one can say.
Darkness has settled down over these two
magnificent men, and time itself will,
in all probability, never remove the veil
tion; it is intended to draw the culprit impatiently expectinc them, and testified
oaclr to pious thought, and rarely fails to a great joy on perceiving them.
produce the desired effect upon him. The young lady could not restrain her
The general was, therefore, placed in emotion, and threw herself into her un-
capilla, and two monks belonging to the cle's arms with an outburst of paston-
order of St. Francis, the most respected, ate grief. The general pressed her ten-
and, in tact, respectable in Mexico, en- derly to his bosom and kissed her on the
tered it with him. forehead.
The first hours he passed there were "I am the more affected bv these marks
terriDie ; tnis proud mind, this powertui of nffection. my child." he said, with
organization, revolted against adversity, much emotion, "because I have been very
and would not accept defeat. Gloomy and harsh to you. Can you ever foruive me
Illllaltle Chicken Coup
I have adopted the plnn of substi
tuting a large roosting coop for each
thirty or forty chicks ns soon as they T m,MUte dIircrcncc(l thnt nro fouml
nre large enough to roost, snys nn ,,,.,, enmiv. nr ,.r(Hiw,
that conceals thei'r fate. For all, unhap- American Agriculturist corresiwudent.
by varlntlon between varieties within
pily, leads me to suppo-e that they pr- . Tu'9 I9 niaile from n dry goods box t,0 m(m p mny jfl Mtat((, ,hft
lsDea in mat cioomv expedition trom iour ieet 1011c. mree ievc iuu
which Valentine hoped, alas ! never to
SOME JOKES ON BOYALTY.
silent, with frowning brows, and fists
clenched on his bosom, the general sought
shelter like a wild beast in a corner of
the room, recalling his whole life, and
seeing with starts of terror the bloody
Tictims scattered along his path, and sac
rificed in turn to his devouring ambition,
sadiy defile before him.
'Then he reverted to his early years
.When residing at the Palmar, his mag
nificent family hacienda, his life passed
away calm, pure, gentle and tranquil,
without regrets, and without desires,
among his faithful servants. Then he
was so glad to be nothing, and to wish
to be nothing.
By degrees his thoughts followed the
bias of his recollections ; the present was
effaced ; his contracted features grew soft
er, and two burning tears, the first per
haps this man of iron bad ever shed,
coursed slowly down his cheeks, which
grief had hollowed. He fell into the
the sufferings I have caused you?'
Oh, uncle, speak not so. Are you
not, alas! the only relation I have re
ror a snort time,' he said, with a
sad smile, "that is the reason why I
ought, without further delay, to provide
for your future.
'Do not talk about that at such a mo-
Even the German Knlaer Cannot
Oreraire the Funny Sinn.
Rulers do not always escape tae
practical Joker, although royalty, as a
rule, Is impatient of trifling and sensi
tive to ridicule. Even the Kaiser It
ruffled, now and then, by an Irreverent
Jest at his expense.
What makes these Jokes the funnier
1750 The Tilbury wrrcktd elf EtJ
prlt, Cape Ilrrton, with Urn tjj
IIvps. .. .Military fore frco
Hun attacked th Chrrokrti Is!!
iinwm nnd detroyd maorf!
1703 Montagu Wllinot suecwdttHJ
than Helchrr as Lieutenant I
of Nora Kcotla.
1774 MaMacltunftt lcl!atsrt
solved by the royalUt squjv.
there nre practically no difference m ' 177iV The Americana mad aa
fnr ns the food value Is concerned Ix-
twecn white-shelled niul brown-Bholk
Tho most frequent troubles with
ducks nnd geese Is vertigo. They drwp
down on their feet or fall on one sldu
suddenly, nt times recovering ns sud
denly or dying Immediately. This Imp-
liens only when ducks or gem; nre fwl
too much grain. The best prevention Is
three feet high. The front nnd bottom to make their feeling ground n pas
nro removed. Two strips are nnlled ture, where the grass Is short but nbun-
to the world in general Is the fnct that perpendicular on the front corner, pro- dnnt, nnd let them get more of their
the Joker has to beware the diverse Jectlng a foot below the bottom of the subsistence for themselves. They will
and dreadful penalties for lose maleste. box. This raises the front nnd gives require but little food after warm
ment, uncle," she continued, bursting into Tjie monarch himself mny not notice t,ie roof the necessary pitch when fac- weather comes, ns they nro then well
tears. I ,... . ni.n..u v,,-,.,i,,u in? a downhill position. Two strlns over thr In vine- ix-rlm! iuviinln' nn.
iwitrui, uuc luvii; utnuja uuacijuivus " I - " " ' '
offldnU who think to recover the roval nailed on each side form n support for producers. The noriprodtirvrs should
this moment, when I am going to leave dignity by pursuing the Humorist, I porches which ure fastened together hare no grain. There Is n saving In
you, mat 1 am Dounu to insure you a . Mn. , n f;rrnn l by crosspleces so all may be removed expense and there will lw. ff.wor In...-
paper, presumably for a Joke, publish- . nt 0I,e operation to be sprayed. occurring from diseases. Poultry
protector. Don Martial, I have done you
great wrong; here is my hand, accept it
as that of a man who has completely
recognized his faults, and sincerely re
pents the evil he has done."
The Tigrero, more affected than he
liked to display, took a step forward and
cordially pressed the hand offered him.
"General," he said, in a voice which
ed a paragraph to the effect that the
favorite flower of the Kaiser was a
red carnation. The paragraph was
copied In almost every paper In the
country, and when, a few days later,
the emperor visited Aix-ln-Chapelle, all
Wc move this coop twice a week, and Fanner.
It Is always clean and fresh. The
open iront nnu iwtiom seem n nine a chickrn viiinK.
risky, considering the possibility of On the rond from East Auburn to
wandering cats, rats or weasels. Hut Turner there Is a novel sight. 11 chicken
arms open 10 recene uun, escm.m.ug. he tried m va, tQ render Rrm tW m
.iu au i,..uii Ul meaU Whlch I never dared hope to see.
.mpo 10 re"uer: , , fills me with Joy, but at the same time
iiuve uieii-v, ucaicu; iiuvc uiKtKf i iti. rI0f i
mi.. i- 1..., 1 ..t u.. . 1 I b"ci.
"Lr nU T "Well, you can do something for me
uic 1 iiwiu uuu Luuijuticu uuuui, auu uu
wc are willing to run some risks If we village, It mny bo termed, for nt tho
those deputed to receive him wore red ca" flU 0Hr own n,!(1 -'Ut0i!rs' pens side of a well-kept farmhouse thero Is
carnations In their buttonholes. U1L Ul" W,UI ,urc' n,uusl HUKK- V,,IK 01 ix-'riinps a dozen little whlto
The Kaiser frowned anerllv hut nn ' 1 1118 0,lu nla "nB II0lilJ UU to pro- peilk-roofed houses, ami the hous
one knew until next day, when some miee "n"igtons well up to standard nearest to the ruml Is built to repro.
inanity had regained its rights.
The general then had with the monks
a conversation, protracted far into the
night, in which he confessed all his
crimes nnd sins, and humbly asked par
don of God whom he had outraged, and
before whom he was about to appear.
The next day, n little after sunrise,
one of the monks, who had been absent
about an hour, returned, bringing wtih
him the general's capataz. It had only
been with extreme reluctance that Car
nero had consented to come, for he justly
dreaded his old master s reproaches. His
surprise was therefore extreme at bein;
received with a smile, and kindly, and
on finding that the general did not make
the slightest allusion to his treachery,
which the evidence before the court-mar
tial had fully revealed.
Carnero looked inquiringly at the two
monks, for he did uot dare put faith in
his masters words, and each moment ex
pected to hear him burst out into re-
by proving to me that you have really
"Speak, general, and no matter, if it
is in my power " he exclaimed, warm
'I believe you, Don Martial," Don
one, a little wiser than the rest, In
fonned them that the flower was the
emblem of his pet abominations, the
One of the most extraordinary
hoaxes on record Is said to have been
played upon the Dewan Lalla MoolraJ,
a native potentate of the Punjab, dur
ing the second Sikh War, In the win
ter of The British army.
companylng sketch of coop will
Sebastian answered, with his sad smile,
"Consent to accept my niece from my
band and marry her at once in this
Dehf tl!Ln 1 PrePared ever- commanded by Sir Hugh Gough, had p0ng further beyond tho penetration
sum up me iwvan unu ins rorces in f c!d In winter. In this condition
tne rortineu city or uooitnn. one flay jt jH only In climates where tlie mid
the besiegers were amazed by the iB 0vere that a cmwln nf ir,.. n-
size, which some fall to do. . The ae- sent n church. The steeple Is ns ir.
lect as tr tliti tiny building were renlly
Intended for n place of worship. Theso
mliilnttiro Ihhikcs nre nothing more or
IeB than chicken coops, yet so jut
fectly Is everything arranged thnt tho
passer-by might, at n first stance, think
It n "piny town" belonging to somo
child. Kenebcc (Me.) Journal.
Thorough nnd frequent cultivation Is
regarded by mnny ns tho best mulch
for spring, summer nnd fall, which In
duces the roots to seek food In every
direction, thereby becoming more num
erous nnd deeply Imbedded, ns well ns
When the hunters and the French
banker entered, followed by Curumilla
and the officer commanding the capilla
guard, who had been warned beforehand,
the general walked eagerly toward them.
"Senores, he said, I would ask you
to do me the honor of witnessing the
marriage of my niece, Dona Anita de
Torres, with this cabellero. One mo
ment. I have something more yet, If
you please. I now wish to make you
witness of a great reparation."
Ihey stopped and looked at the gen
thunderous sound of a most extrordln.
ary cannonade followed, not by shot or
shell, but by nn assortment of miscel
laneous provisions In a very frngmsu-
tary condition raining Into the British
other bulky material Is required. Such
coverings should be removed ns early
In spring ns the season will permit,
and tho cultivator used, If the crop
is sucn as to penult of Its use. Even
In the fall a thorough stirring of tha
The Sikh chieftain, It was af terwurd soil will admit th nlr nn,l .mini ,.r.
discovered, had found In the city a , tectlon In the winter, but it i
large store of canned meats, of the-na- Ulblo that late stlrrimr nf ti..
preaches. But to his amazement nothing eral with the te8t surpri8e a8 he ture of which he was completely lg- leaving the ground bare In the winter
JLS Z'e ei "A? XT ? . ... . n0ra"t . A "atlIe. .!" ! may penult of loss of fealty
tinned the conversation as he had begun
It, speaking to him gently and kindly.
At the moment when the capataz was
about to withdraw, the general stopped
"One moment," he said to him; "you
know Don Valentine, the French hunter,
for whom I so long cherished an insen
"Yes," Carnero stammered.
"Be kind enough to ask him to grant
me the favor of a short visit; he Is a
noble-hearted man, and I am convinced
that he will uot refuse to come. I should
be glad if lie consented to bring with him
Bon Martial, the Tigrero, who has so
"Caballero," he said to him, "I know
all tlie motives of hatred you have
against me, and those motives I allow to
be just. I am now In the same position
in which I placed Count de I'rebols
Crance, your dearest friend. Like him,
I shall be shot to-morrow at daybreak,
but with this difference, that he fell as
a martyr to a holy cause nnd Innocent
of crimes of which I accused him, while
I am guilty, and deserve the sentence
passed on me. Don Valentine, I repent
from the bottom of my heart the Iniquit
ous murder of your friend. Don Valen
tine, do you forgive me?"
General Don Sebastian Guerrero, I
gravely lnfonned him that they were
powerful explosives, nnd, tience, for
some days the British camp was greet
ed with showers of Strnsburg pntes
and other more or less mangled but
perfectly eatable tinned food.
Slmlliirltr of Wrltlnir,
"From my pllo of autographs I tnko
fertility POTATO rnvmn
ot 1110 son, py icacning or tho solublo do tho
portions ny rains nnd melting Hnows,
to avoid which somo farmers bow the
land to ryo late In October and plow'
It under early In tho spring.
A I'ntnto Corrrrr,
B. V. Wagner of Missouri tins .lf.
vised the following; Tho Illustration
shows how I make my jiotnto coverer.
" Get two hoards
about JPj feet long;
fasten together to
conio to 11 jMilnt.
with a brace nt
open end. Tho sin
gletree Is nttnchnl
to Itrnco by menus
of clevises anil
chain, mo horso
wnlks In the row,
nnu tills tool win
Illrda nnd Inarccl.
It Is much ensler to destroy birds
Do not attempt to envo von-
seeds unless you hnvo used every pro
caution necessary to prevent cross-fer.
miMUiuii. riants Often ml-
I b MU 11 1
much cause to complain of me, as well forgive you the murder of my frieud,"
as my niece, Dona Anita de Torres. Will the hunter answered In a firm voice.
you undertake this commission, the last "You forgive me?"
I shall doubtless give you?" i forgive you the life of irrlef to which
les, general," tho capataz answered. I nm henceforth fvinflemnpd liv mu."
affected In spite of himself by such gen- "You pardon me unreservedly?"
ii 1... ..
-.....i' ... thnn InHPftH l.nr nu !. .. '"""""" '"'K" OI UlOgrOWer. A-n.nl.
om. 01 u iui....a.. wen Known ana my " .""""' . on, It Is claimed. ,,,. r .?
It side by side with the autographs of u,rua riuci uio insecm multiply, fnilIltlkin Bni, V -"! 7
a great author nnd a Kreat eccleslns-1 'rii0 wrt ' very useful bird, and IZll ',nl ? 'K'! ' ' fru,t ot
tic," writes a British publicist. "All n,nJr 1)0 ,n(1ceu to remain near tho yt)t thfJ " .I !', "'"''" genuine,
three are very small, exquisitely neat, ' "veiling nouses ir boxes nro provided Ion ,nv ,,. . nexi B0'1
very litUo slanted, absolutely legible, ' for thc,n ,,ut- t,iey r unnblo to ' Z , . ",,H or t" crop or
Well as I knew tho threo wrltera. I Kniiisi lwigusn sparrows, tho- '
doubt If I could tell which wrote -'"irnnce to mo wren noxea should not
"Now go; bo happy and pray for me,
for we shall never meet again."
The capataz went out In a very differ
tat frame of mind from that In which
'Unreservedly I do."
"Thanks. We were made to love In
stead hate one another."
"Yon think so now."
"I jnUunderitood you ; but your la a
which. They were Cardinal Manning, nn mc n "ameter, ns tho Kgsa ttom y0Un7lc 'rnZ' "V. .
Mr. Froudo nnd ronl Rosobery. Will wren ,H 8,nnl1 " only pro. fer,J" " y .u" " on In-
the ezperfai tell me If h, this caw slm-, lect uf'f ia wl the sparrow for breeders. One gnnde?in . KCC"
iinit n.r ,..ui.. , . 'cannot follow. Everv mmiiM l . .' fcanuer to tliroo or
IV&lfclllK LfUlliVU lUrLfl Himi. ' ' ".w.M,.,fci;jii..iir 1 miir trnnmn I .
larlty of gifts or qualities?"
I should bo given birds by feedln thnm " M! " rant,nir. Where
nnd providing suitable nlace for i,, L. " " u !aan? anar Boeao.
Only one couple In over 11,000 lire to protection and accommodation. '17... P oa nn1 0MJr ate to-
celebrat their diamond wedding.
cestui attack on Montreal
1770 Havannab, Ga b-Icgd hj
French llett and a pirt rfi
Southern army. ...John Jay 1
aa the Amfrlcan comra!Iit
Spain.... Paul Jonra, wlthti)
hoinme Hlchnnl, uetratrd tMI
frigate Herapla off the coWI
17KO Malor Andre, who ptotti
Benefilct Arnold for the btfi,
Went Point, canturrfl war W
town....Hendlrt Arnold fltlttj
IJrltWi sloop Vulture.
17H1 Wnnhlneton'a annr tl
Frrnch allf arrlvwl at V
and bcpin the alrge.
178rThoma Jeffrriwn of 1tj&
came Secretary of Htate.
JS0.1 Wctllnton'a victory at
1CA1 mu11lnv of tbf
Houae at Washlmtton a
181.1 (Jen. William Henry Urit
vadJ CntiaiU from Detroit.
IBMJames Monroe of VlrrfinU 1
netlnr Secretary of r.
istr. ti iinl Alliance rallWl
IKill Thirteenth nmeiidnwnt to
.r.,..i,.. ,.t iUn t'nltnl KtatrtH
JllkUfc.w.. w. ...v
by a two-thirds vote
cleanlnc rice wa invrniruv,.
enel of South Carolina
18.11 Antl-Maaona nominated1
il,Vi.f nt Itnlilmoro
181.1 Fretnonfa exHlltIon rj
Columbia river, In Oregon.
1810 The planet Neptune Ikot
Monterey, Mexico, aurreK
1BTA ItusMnna cloied th..hl'
mini bv alnklns Wp".'!
nrt.iH Allies adraoctJ
luinVlnra Over WO lit!
collision of a Br!tl W"'
French lnrk near C!a
1fia "Black Friday." flnancW I
result of ntteuuit to corner I
1UM ..-M. ,, .
ii'-.i.i.....,. to mllllii
claims nRAlnat f 3 rot Irltm J1
1,.-.... ....i.'ini em i
1874 Typhoon at Hongkong re
Ion of over l.ww nvo-
.1.,. r.t I'rMil.lent OarW!
Lll.I IJ ' " " '
toot t . !,.. In Vll0fl
Turin., ordered by reg.il6rt"
1802 Nancy Hanks trotted
2:01 at Terro liame, n
180. Alleged Cuban Hlibuateri
ted by a Jury at Wilmlmt
iunu ni.ii eifftil Ari?fntlnfl f
submit their boundary W
IfXVl Don Joie Pardo proclaim
dent of Peru.
Use ig Nelswowrnfh " ''jJ
According to dlaputchea .,
some Important urperlment "
.1. n-ieiid gim""
iiui iiifi ilia -. ,t.lM
by Prof, Wclnr, director
enrthquako obaervntory. W,'.M
aciamograpiiio nppnmiu. ll!f)
poaslhla to calculnto itnw.
vmrutiona 01 1110 i-i (
direction of distant '""'
,. .tlifactor7i 'TJ
will b continued durlni tM T
tumn artillery Beufr