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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1889)
THE A'E WB
e is tlio uoMt nvci using
f .nutliuiii tlitouh wliioh to
froioh the people of Lu-st-ecm
. t . .1 i ! V
(1oe into nlnioU every 6
Horn in (."rant Uaun.ty,
niul it nntl hy nil, Vxitli
olil and young.
THE GRAHT COUHTY HEWS,
1'UULtSIIBIl I.TEUY THURSDAY 110RNIN0
Editor and Proprietor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Subscription W 00
Six Mouths 1 fiO
Throo .Months 75
All Rending Notices in Local
'Jo! iimn will bo charged (it tho rato
of '20 couls par lino for first, and 10
cts each aubosqiiont insertion.
Spocinlratcs to regular advertisers.
WE A1IC I'llEl'Allj:!) TO UXEGUTK
Or EVKUY DBSCIllt'TION, OHCAl'LY
Posters, Dodgers, Hilllionds, Letter
hendn, Notohouds, State
I'HINTED TO OIlDKIt.
N. It. Maxcy.
, lMiil Mctschan
..N. II. Hole v.
J. II. Mcllnloy.
H. II. Davis.
.... J. II. Ncnl
....W. V Gray
. ChitH. Timms.
... T. II. Curl
I j. B. I son
James A. Foo
....J. L. Hand
Dist. Judges '
Disc. AUornoy. . .
Church Directo y
ltov. A. Etula hold iliviuo soivico
nt tho SVinognr school housoatll
o'clock n. in. on tho ltd Sabbath of
each month, and nt 7 o'clock in tho
evoning nt tho M. E. chutch in Prai
rie City. Also nt tho Strawberry
school house nt 11 ft. in. on tho Hid
Siblmth of ench month nnd nt l'rni
lio City in ho cveniim of the siuno
iky. At John Day City nt 11 n in,
on'tlio 2nd nnil -1th Sundays, mid nt
Canyon Cily nt 7 in the ovoniug of
ll.o same days.
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS
NOTICE is hereby givon that I
huvo appointed tho follovving
iiatui'd por.ons as my Doputios, viz:
NAM I'M, 1-OHTOmOE.
t. li. Lueo Wanton
Wm. Hull Prniiio City
Joo Euas, Fox Vul John Uay
I.ovo ltailov Stowart
R. W. Carter Hamilton
W. Hinton .Monument
John C. Luce Join Day
Wanon Caisnor Wagner
Jan. Wallaco Long Crook
L II Johnson Dnyvillo
John II Dnkor Caleb
T. II. Cum.,
Slock Inspector for Grant County.
Posloflioo .Mt. Vornon, Or.
Caxvon City - - - Oiikoon.
llooL r Hho m..l. to f Jer. or nojlly rlrd.
All Worli Warrautoil t lrt-cl..
j. L. B. VIAL & SON.
' and JKirif LEltS,
llAKUItClTV, - - - OltKOOK.
V'OLINS nnd CUlTARS.
Uuuty tu loin ou CulUttU.
Opposite. Union Mcai Market,
1M10FKSSI0X A Ii OA KDS.
OKU, M. D.
Canyon city, Ogn.
OAmmM tin Street in mmi toritljr tx-M-
Q I. HAZEIITNB.
g S. DUNNING."
J J McCULLOUGH.
Oaxvon Cirv - - Oiikcos
Oflico with XL D. ClifiW.l -a
Uiul nilnw'4 nJ Collrcllom rromptlr ttcntnl
to. Iwrl una Uortkstt dn, tfj clurxt
J7J A. KNIGHT,
avNVOS CITY - 0UE00S.
Oflico over John Schmidt's enhinot
hIioii: oflioo hours from Dn m to 1 p in
All vobk warranted.
PAURISH it COZAD.
ATl'OltNEYS AT LAW!
Canyon City, - Ouecon.
LAY TOD HUNTER.
Cnnyon City, Orou
All t.mlnM rnlnutnl to lilt fare Ml rttdte
prompt attcnllmi, ami all money wllltxj p4Ul
iait u oJllrctol.
pO I10HSI.EY..M D.
GitADUATi: oftiik Univeiisity or
Pennsylvania, April 8, 1818.
Canyon City, Oregon.
0 lico in his Drug .Store, .Main Street
Inters for Drugs promptly li'.lod
No profcksional patronage Holioted
iu'jhs iliiections are .strictly followed.
Piiai mi: City - - - Oheoon.
Also Agent for tho salo of School
Proprietor of the
John Day Wiilk Rancf'
I'Vesh milk di livi-reil daily to my
customers in John Day and Canyon
cities. Oivo mo your orders.
0ANYON CI TV Oregon
Jlugh Smith, prop'r.
A l'ull StfV of tl.o- l'ur,l ol WIhm !
T). llctt clgvalnlbe Mrkt.
Liw and Feel SHI.
LEE MILLER, Propr.
I'CTEH KfllL'S OI.ll STAND)
Having bought thoso poputai
StablesI respectfully solicitasharo of
the public patronago.
Eiist class tinglo and DouUlo
Teams to lot.
I'l N E IIUOOIES 4. IIOAD CAltTS.
.Special nttontiou givon to the
enro of traiihiont stook.
Harney Stage Line.
Jewett & Mcbean. Proprs.
Stii'.lMv.t Cii)oti loo4ny, WMtBtkUr nd
Friday l 0 in.. J ! UHtm w TUMiliy
TtiuriJty J iiiuril.
riuturriiiid t'Mjbt rviionab riln.
r..vmv rrr, giu.yt
Tiii r- 1 1 it- a n i .ii tiiti-
ly. .n.uMi unit ' i "'it .i ci 'i urn
Ir.l iIiai tl. ..rttini v fct i i(i, nnil mmot t
old 111 I 'II pH.l II Klltl til ill ti'llt of .iw
lt, h il wrt.in. 'I :n r t i.u,i.it. .i).r.
SM unl) In cn ll")l I Hn- I't'iiilfi li...
10) Wll Sl.. N V
floor ODD Fool
NEAR THE DEPOT,
Jl.lk'ICU CITY, Or.
f' GikmN found to 1m not !irt
elim mav 1h' rt'tuinud.
E. P. LOVEJOY. Proprietor.
John Day - Oregon.
No Chitioto omplo)od about tho
pnmiiiies. Every etl'ort will bo made
to plenso guusts and nmko them
Stop nt tho "Aiueiicnn."
1IAKDH mid CANYON CN'Y
tfcCUEN i GIlirFI, Projir..
OuwJ tcnin. kouI ciutjiiiciM mill Uit tlm.
Etry tttiit.on sliriii tu I'a. cuuilvri uf ruH;m'.
& Canyon Git)'
Via. Inig ('rit'k and Monument,
enrrryiug mail, exproas and freight.
tjvmtv rnovikioN made run THE
COM Fill IT 0' I'AUKX'nEllH.
There i. a vvinar of 2 1 Iioui-k tiiuu
and $10 0Hh by taking thit rout to
Stngi lunvM Canyon City ovory
day oxoept Sunday, at I a. in.
W. II. ODARK,
A wV.i.in 'v'i. '. ,, "li'Ji u l.lr.1 to
I r'rf-l-i ' ' . .. . .-I ' ' .... t I ..I. i 'i "i'l
r- . .Im . i . ut i ' f i'l. I u In ' ' I i' " '.'''' .
ru..tiii.i it . . .11 ..i.ui.i . i . i r i . -. biuni
uU.I.' .1 1 . tl.lili. ; Hi I M 11 .1' .ll. IHU wl.' rll
illlllil -ii. ' I'M r. I It r u I't Irumll. i.lllltui
...II Im 1.1 . Hi in.. I 111 .l.. . III. u I. Il. Hl'ltlly 111.
J.Mii'li.'i I ".rlt I'III.IIhiU ' lli.tl .f ll.in.Blly
.llt.ll.r. . I'll I- r. in f.il.li .t'f'l'.l'l m W
Im I'av .' l ii'ii- nli ill. i.i. ... ...
t.. i. lucij.jTu a ta, u mu Vf., iiihmu, iu.
county. orego.',tuursdj1 y, jugust bo, jsso.
While our public schools nrow.
tnbHslietl for tlio pnrpoae of trnin.
ing tho intollucl, tlioy aro not low
so for tlie iMiltivntion of Round
uiomif. In the liannonions de
velopment or the physicnl, mental
ami nioml jkjworw lies tho fnt.no
of our land. Tlio npriuht young
mail nnd woman nro tm' hope of
evory nation. The fouiid.ttion of
n truthful, industrious nod wnVr
lifo iiiry Iw in llm seliool
room. Some oneliwi wml, Wliat
fvor you would introduce into a
country, you must put it in the
schools." The diameter of the
renl muse of citizens of n country
is determined by the instruction
iniftrtel in its common school.
I'mictunlitv. industry, Dort-evt-r-
nneo, economy, lihcntlity, justice.
siilniiission to tlio uutnoriiy oi
law, truthfulness and reverence for
('od. nud liis law mny nnd should
be incnlcutwl in every school room.
To do this, tliM teacher must him
self be possessed of these. "All
that is in n man," says Knierson,
".speaks out in tho tone of his
voice, in his manners, his dcjKirt
ment. It often speaks more de
cidedly, and makes n deeper im
pression tlinn the worjls which he
utters." A teacher, then needs
not to tell us whether lie is chris
tinn or unbeliever, n fjentlcinnn or
n down, sincere in his profession
or an insidious bvpocntu. All
. . . . i . i' i
that he is stands out in ins uaiiy
life in characters so plain that he
who runii'Jth may read. "As if
the toucher, so is the school," in
perhaps more true than that other
niiiiin, "Like people, like priest,"
A dentist in New York n few
days ago extracted u lady's thirty
two teeth all she littd--nt a sin
11. D. (Ircfig, who was General
Sheridan's private seerdtnni' from
1S70 to 1SS0 is under arrest in
Knutns City on n chargo of horse
stealing. A couple of belligerents at
tempted to shoot thu top of the
bend oJrer. the editor of tho Asto
ria Tnu-script. The fellows' mugs
soon rosembled a juicy beefsteak.
A Mrs. Suerkin of Uric, I'a.,
who died recently, had no faith in
banks, and just' after her death
over SS1000 in ensh was found in
her house. A few days ago, in
cleaning the cdho- a box contain
ing SI 000 iu gold nnd silver was
Henry Stiekney had an experi
ence of 'lawns City, .Mich., recent
ly that doesn't fall to one man in a
million. He was 21 years old at
1 2:110 o'clock iu the aftcruouii, and
at 1 as he wii- puling the
court home, and otlici-r took him
inside mil made u juryman of
' KJK ' - - - .
ForlDrulsos and Burns.
Frosh, StronK, Convincing Facts.
Ili'il llciilU. tiirr.rU)n. It I., Jist'll.
WblltU th4.niiUy 9t tht HitlUw Slf. C.
ftprUl rr II Jtofr Oil t Aiir k4 Wrai .1
U, iu.ini, ill wllh Uti riKlll
0X0. W. H0I0.
IjMlilcr IVII, O.lr.iU.. Tin. Jill. . III. .
l.lllr.reU44.r. til..4 iJ iM.liH bt lf
ICnen.Cup Hurt. 1111. U4 , Au It, till.
K. u t htrt 1 I iilml 1 mwiMt, 1
Will.i l ll, ;li OU ,r Biiiollr rjwr; j.
U. 0, UlUOiUU.
DUIiKiitlnn. Jin. Jll..Myl
Ul.lu.J ikMl.tr ti ;
Oil "4 litt lii ii ( ll- J' &' IO0WS.
IfnrCM.klrlf Olifk. A . JiBt 31. HI I.
'""I"...,'.. . a... nJ ?u. -'' iu."
... tL., I.. Mtli.i . Jil- "rVo. lllVf J,
AT Ilnt'OtlKT. ANU DlULEM.
THE CIURLES A. VOCELCn CO.. Dilllmon. Ul
TliU iulur r uly net cr full.
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
Ami all cll.iii.on urllu from
Torpid Livornml Bail DIqbsUoii.
Thu li I n rill ni-nll ! CU "Vt,"
IKoitnil Hiilltl Ill-ill. Il.xu niiikII.
loi.-iiiiily Miiirnr t mtttil uml tmny
In -nullou. tiotil vtuottbvro.
i"ilorMinl' fur Ihr I'uriii, linn'
hulit, II r.m; "mi filtlirvvm" tcllt fco
Mil rw ii;jHculo.
. I SM.lt I M A U I I H,trtfMI. I PTf Ptl I
An old home acquires power
over the henit with course of time;
it comes by degrees to touch the
imagination with a seiifOof life in
herit iu itself. Its timbors nro
not dead wood. As the vibration
of the music constrain thu libers
of thu violin till, year by year, it
gives forth a fuller uml deopir
torto.s o the vibrations of lifo as
gererntions go by t-hapu tho walls
of a home into a rosponsivu accord
with the human eH'iieuce that
Sues ou within them, l'.iilli nud
enth, joy and sorrow, hope nud
disappointment-- nil that men en
dure and enjoy, give to it u con
siantly increasing sanctity and a
power to afreet the hearts or those
who dwell within it. Mumory
awakens imagination. Uneh gen
eration has set its lump upon the
home in some change, some im
provement. The lapi.0 of U'tiis
alone makes it venerable, but if a
succession of kindly humane ami
loving men nnd women have dwelt
iu it it becomes the memorial hap
piness and tin incentive to oxioU
Iciice. The older it ia the sweeter
and richer gulden does it become
of human charities and affections.
Klectrieity 01 lightning, which
ever it may he, has been perform
ing some rather (jueer en per in
this country lately. Several weeks
ago mention was made of an ex
perience G. V. I lumen hud with
mi electrilied stove in a lone cabin
on (.'amp creek; ami now a inii
Inr phenomenon is reported on
Willow creek, about IS miles
north of I'riuoville. On l'ridaj
of last week tho elements were
charged with electricity and occas
ional peals of thunder wero nearii.
One or .1. 11. Uroos' utile gins
was nlavini' about the house, when
she put her hand upon a heating
. 1 ... ...i i. .i , .... it ....
siove iu which ineiu a no un-.
and oxiuirienccd a severe electric
shock. .Mr. Crooks was called to
the house nnd took hold of the
stove with both hands, icccivingu
shock which almost knocked him
down. This rather urouecd hie
curiosity nud ho began expcrmonl
ing. "Whenever the stove wu
touched with a stick or pieco ol
metal n snark would emit from it
ami a continuous crackling sound
was kept up in tho stovu for about
hfteon nunutos, when tnu electric
it v seemed to leavu it. In a short
time it returned, nnd lasted for
iihout live minutes, when the
clouds cleared away, and the elec
tricity left thu stove. Auothu.
stovti in tho house iu vhidi then
was u lire was not directed. To
hiiy the leant, this a rather pecu
liar Ireiik, ami we neiieve is iinii'
iineoiinnon.- Oehoco Review.
It is reiHiited that tho suijar
tl'llnt has locked ni)HUU,0UU barroU
ol sugar, preparatory to puuing up
. M, . .
This is a year of disasters.
I'looiU, Hies an'd drouth havo vi
itid Mtrrreut portions of the conn-
try, ami millions of dollar, wujih
of property have been destroyed.
Next year may In ono of plenty,
and more than offset the miofort
iiiicci or this.
Tho trusts upiioiir to have thi-
Diinii'v bv tin- tail. Tho neoiile
me patient uml lornenring, nut n
.1 . ! . .. . I " I.
hoim-muiL' is hoi noun io ii.-ini.'o
. . . . . i i . i
tint, truet imsniess, iy ami ny me
people will have the ti list maker
by lint tail. In tho event of no
relief, llieieenu bo but ono ro.ult
Hoy nnd girls lake down your
geography ami carefully rend this
isoiio of the Nr.ws, nud a you
come to a country, city or town,
hike or river, Uml it on tho map
My keeping up this practice each
week you will le.trn more of geog
raphy iu tluvu mouths than you
will learn a six months' wh'ool.
Try it and boo how intoroiting it
DIcGsliiL' of Sleep.
Dr. Flint's Kemedy for tho man or
woman whollndi himwlf or hortolf
unable to sleep ul Ida, is an inval
uable medicine, which will not onlv
i.r.'iir.i llm liluuaiiiir of atuni). hilt will
prevent a general breaking down of
!i . .... ii .... ..ilc.. ii'lil.
me tytuiii. I'ntiiiiiiiDiivuu.u ..
each lwttlo; or, oddreiB .Mack Drug
Co., , Y.
Washington, Aug 20, 'S9
Kd. Grant Co. Ni:w:
The hot weather onprtwcH tht
nverage ellieo seeker, and as he !
mops Ins hot face he tells in u con
fidential whiuper, that he is only
watting for u remittance. He no
longer stops at the Kbbitt Houhc
though he daily haunts its nearly
deforced corridors like an uneasy
ghost. The fact is that the more
inentt of th" President excites little
iiiti n st here us enough of him has
Wen s en to justify one in deciding
th.d he will do nothing surprising
And outside the close profession of
Ktlitics, this is ii pleasant Male of
affairs. Only the self elected states
11 it-1. mourn and will not be com
You can never tell when a Mliti-,
einn is perni.mcnily done for. Takr
for c.;inipi Hon J unes W. Uct d.
formerly of North Cimlina. A
ntiniWr of yenrit ago Mr. li ed rep
rvSeiited the fifth district of th.il
ftate in the House. lie was an
able, companionable, onsy going
imiii and li becamu involved iu
financial difficulties, resigniMl hi-
pe.it iu eo'ign ss and left North Car
olina under a cloud Keiv knew
where he htnl gone. On the fron
tier he commenced life over again,
and now reports come from Idaho
that ho has a line chance of Wing
chosen us United States Senator, if
the democrats have a majority in
the newly organized States legisla
ture. The hitet development in the
California!! Sharoti-llill-Terry dra
ma created a profound impression
in Washington. The shoeK In pu
lie feeling ii to be attributed more
to' the indignity offered to iho Su
preme court, and through that lady
to the entire country, than to the
killing of the misguided and un
scrupulous Terry. While no one
disputes tli.it the ileputviiiUHli.il
was not to he excused iu killing
Terry unless he knew the justiceV
life whs in danger, sti.I pii'dic sen
timent would le hirgelv with him
oven had he no reason to so believe.
On the immunity of judged fioin
danger of peional hurt on account
of nets committed in the fearless
discharge of their duty, rests the
sanctity of the law. And marshal
Noagle. in his wild western way,
pretty well MipHirted it.
Lieut. Oiek Arnold was yester
day made superintendent of street
and alley cleaning for the District,
an appointment that recalls u po
lice department Hcandnl in the fust
part of l'renideiit Cleveland's ad
ministration. A ridieu'oiir cox
comb named Walker, it real estale
dealer, had just been appointed Ma
lor and upi-rintf udcnl of police.
Walker attended a fashionable
church ami after his appoirlmeiil
always atteitdeil hervieex in full
uniform, an oijeet to 1 ehohl ami be
Minded hy, and he generally lc
purled hastily in tin. middle of si r
vices as if the pii 'lie safety was at
issue. In fait Walkerstieceetleil m
making such a howling uss of him
self that his ullicial career rather
abruptly terminated and short 1
after hi discovery of an alleged
plot to 'shadow" mem; vr of Con
gross who were ini lim il to i e iiuli
creel and to therei y o tain tin ir
inllucnce in favor of curtain peiul
ing uneasiii' ss favoring the diMrid
Hjliee uiuler puiii of exposure. It
was this scandal that rightly or
wrongly, occasioned Ueut. Arnold'h
"Murderer's Uo.v" at tho district
Tlir f'lilrf rti-ii.on for tlio 8' t
(om o( Il"" ' k.i .'.irli: i U loii'iU I.i ll.
artlrle Ilii U. li l nu-ilt II. I win, mill tlit
(ovt Hi-it ll'-nl K.ir.i .uillJi nriunry :ic
cotiiilllic wlul 14 clitliiwU for ll, ' ul a
.ft klvrn ti tl.l- ni.'i'.ii luu .1 .! I .. 1 1 1 - ; . a
tklf rrnilcr Hun of any ml r . .1
Merit Wins iUr,j", n '."k
tlnrnl i Hnli .iri.l l flirrn K. ,.i.'i:.:. S .It
tlliciini milt ll lliniHirt. P) '!li. Hlrk
III- .ilnrln', llaMHIHIltfin. on ri'i ! Tl.Mt
flri'.l C'l'liim. t'ii'4lr--ii Ai'i'it.'.i' n. ill
nil Hit- i !. liillM I'i' l! ' V.' i
IIiiuiI'm KirMiMirllln '
ltli tl.MklmlA I'lfl' H' .i I "
b te., AtMlU'cano, UwvU, ila.
Mt tuber S3.
jail is uncomfortably filled during
thu dog days nud the capacity of
the space is seriously tbreatcuud by
be increasing nunu'er of homicides.
l'hore have been at lenst a dozen
murders among the colored popula
tion since the middle of May. Those
negro toughs fit 1 1 themselves with
gin costing leventy cents a gallon
ami then repair to "their sweltering,
fetid dens up unventilutcd nlluya
and fall to fighting, a thing of no
means surprising when ono found
ers the possibilities of gin ami hot
weather com .inetl. Active hostili
ties nre geiiurslly inttoiluecd ny a
game of "cup" an interesting swial
game played upon the ground with
large dies, being a negro ho Igtt
podge complication of the t-ommoti
gniiiu of u)ker die. No city in thu
United States contains, so many
idle negro men as no s Washing
ton. How they ail live is mtnlvry.
riioiio.ti.ds eaiiie bt-re at thu clone
of the war and have rtiii..inetl,
without vish le mums of Mtpport,
t ver since, and have Utoughl up nu
merous progeny to leuni the .mio
trade, living without work.
Itallimoie and I'nihulciphi.i Imvc
come t.oidy to the i.SMStiiiii'e of
Wat-hingiou, in its h e-. .rm-rel
light with Nev Voik and clueaho
lor the loculio i of tlie Threo Amerr
icii'h lOxpimitmu. Ttm linltimoro
mill remits Oase th.ir endorsement
of the propriety of lioidmg the wx-poi-iiioii
iu Wiisliiogto.i upon tho
national charm lei oi.erp.iMiud the
fact that no inunep .iiy in thu
country is niuni to ti.e ttrtiui of
expciihe atlaclied to ucli Mo lltui'
pri.o. It should te under uovor.i
incut hiipervision ami co iinn no
where would mich conliol a un
h.iinpeieil tiy other autl.o Ity In
A Queer Uit of llittoiy
During the war oi 1812 a Moll
luu It cut lie kei-pui- gaiiivii a mgittd
victory over the hngliflrllevt, ilieii
lying in Gardiner' tin 3 under
coiiimuml of Atluiiial llutdy.
.Moiituuk was then a common tor
the towim of Kant nnd hoitihamp
I011. Thoto tow tit-it ople piieltned
1,000 or 1,200 heml ol entile on
Moiituuk during thu ruiiiiiici'.
I'litn-u cattle weiu in charge of
ill lee keeper, who lived uliuilt
three iiulcn upurt. I think tho
iiaiuo of thu keeper iu iuetiuii
wa l'uiiie. I le coiiqiu-ree the ICn
glish Heel, in a catioe, 11 iiiwliidu
and it crew or 0110 Indian. It caino
The l.iiglih had come ii-liure ill
iheir boatn and killul ono ol I he
cattle in hi charge. Tln waiiletl
fii'&h hct-r and tley look it. Air.
I'liine did 1101 MijijHire that hi
herd? should be thn ravaged with
impunity. He muted liiiu-elf
Willi 11 rawliide. NtM he fuinnl
mi Indian. lie pitsr-id (he iu
Han With his raw hull-, and foivtd
him to paddle off to the adiliiiitl n
1 .1 1 , . .. ; 1 ... .
snip. .Mr. rami! wn imiiiwi irom
I iu; .hip uml asked vvlnit hu want
ed. lie situl he vvmiicm 10 ei.me
on board, lie was iillovuu t et iin1
lie win. 1 hell Uskid wliUl he
waiitetl. lie Wini!ii! to mi: thu"
in 1 1 1 1 i nt I . What dul he want to
we the mi 'mi in I furl To U- paid
for one ol the cat lie in Ins cine.
which hud U en htiu bv, u- ltd
minti' petuilc. Wluil wn he m
ing to do about .1 in cue hu was
not paidi liny imjuirlid. Will,
hu was going 10 take it om 1 f thu
Unglieh licet. What wa ltging
to tiiku it out with? Willi 11 raw.
Themliiiii.il vi h .hfi'iund ;n.t
thclo whs a Vankeo on Umrti
ihreaieiiiug to lick the lint iu
an Mi'iDHiiii'iit id um Ci.me, .1 In
1 dimi am) 11 raw hi ;
j was not idiiruu"!. t iii 1
' :! ,(pd !it 1 SH .
kfk ill h' em J.. i .
IcIh Wild mU the i..
of the tilled U) I'.-ii .
olil yi.'ars ago.
The U'-m im! and
1 olifi'imti 1 a, b i.liu i
did not back own
I in. demiiud and hi tli.n.t.
Will," said the admiral, 'nii
am ihe biHvet Yankee 1'vy - 11
Hu 1 rdeiud him to be pa (1, Ml.
I'ailiti received thu vtilue. uf his
slu'iu beiift in hard, i-hiiining, yd
low, l'litirh gold. Then with bis
force ho rowed mimic, having
gained a brave but bli isJIisir vato
tury.S5ig Hnrber lixprei.
, Z , 1 iw.
The itivottigiiiimi of ilu-pi'Ui ;. 1
ollb'e has m fmdi vi 't j !