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About Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1891)
The ' ape r fur Ihv SI nnh
man, Merehunt ami
The Paper for the Farm,
the Workshop and (he
C'hYrOA" CITY, GIUA'T COUATV.OlitiUOA', THUHSD.'l J. OCTOllKlt !). ISOl.
In Tint OiHcrrr nrkTorTiiRSr.iTie
or )-. PON Grant OOt NTV.
J. II. Friok, lIaiufr 1
John Carrey. Mrwy Carrey,
Joseph K.-.-riiic, t II Wake,
JiI C All. ;.. J I. S rrv. W
.1 Kiiniit-h, Win llulioek,
J Durkheitnw, Frank ('our
wile, The l'lrt National
Hank of Ileppn.r, Oregon,
R S iVnning and C Dun
lin, AMigfw, Defendant J
To Wni. Itulloek nml
Tlitt NKW l.KAOVU.Mt
Cuuraclle, of the nl-ovu named de-fottdanU-
In the nanm of the State of Oro-
You ftfwl ooch of you are
hereby notified and ruir-f to lie
and npiwnr at I'aiiron City, Oregon,
in tho alnivc court nnd cause
on or Iwforv the Dili day of Nowm
lr, I Ml I, th.it licing tho 1rt da v of
the noxt nffiilHr term of tho tilmvi
court, then and there to answer tho
complaint of tho above named
I'laiutilf filed in the alwve court and
cnufte, and unices you do no npir
ami answer said complaint, the
plaintiff, for want there . I, will ap
ply to said court for Uu-relief pray
oil for in hia Baiii complaint to-wft:
for n dwrw in favorof lite IMaintilf
and nguitu-t tho defendant John
Carrey for flryen Thousand Six
Hundred Ninety-eight and fifty one
hundredths dollars (7!IS ,V) and
iiilorest thereon nt ton jkt cent, per
annum Irom n, tobcr I-SSD, bal
ance dui' uiHtn a promissory note
, M. .... i , " , . .
jo.- ion iiiuuwunu (tii'.iaaij dollars
dated September I f, SS!I. duo .'!0
days after date, drawing ten or
cent interest nnnually, with pro
visum lor reasonable, ntlorneys lee
in ease of suit, jjivon by said John
Carrey to said plaintiff, and Might
Jlundred (f.s(XJ) dollars attorneys
fee, heHides tho costts and disburse
ments of this suit; for a decree fore
closing that certain mortgage, dated
September I I, l.t.S'.i. ami executed
liy the defendants John ami Mary
Carrey to tho plnintill to secure the
uhovo deacrilsd note, ujwn the fol
lowing dcRcrihed property situnted
in flrant countv, Oregon: The S.J
oftheXWj an'd V I of XKJ, See.
10, in Tp 11 S of It 80 K W M, tho
MJ of the NV.'j of See. tiU, ami the
i:j of the NV J of See. X., Tp 1 1 S
of 1! 2!) K V M, the Si oftheSKj,
tho NW'i of the SHJ and tho XKJ
of the SV j f See. 27, in Tp 1 1 S of
K '-'.) K, and th. V of tho SU'j of
Sec. 2(J, and tho W'j of the SY of
Sec. IS.'i, and the X J of Sec. 'M, all
in Tp 11 S of It 2D K. the XKJ of
the SW of Sec. .11? in Tp S S of 11
'M K. the SJ of the SJ of Sec. S in
Tp 11 Sof It at) K, the NH1 of the
NW1-I and XWl i of the XKI l of
Sec. 25 and the KJ of the SWl-l of
iec. 2:5 in Tp D S of It 2 K, the VJ
of the XKI-J and the VJ of tho
SIC1-I of Sec 2.'. in Tp D S of It 2o
M, the XK1-I ..f Sec 2 in Tp 11 Sof
It 2!) 1C. the XW11 of the SW1-I,
tho S of the XW'i and the X V1-1
of Sec 20 in Tp D S of 11 2S K, the
NWl-I of Sec 2 iu Tp 1 1 8 of It 2D
IS, the K 1-2 of Sec :ti; in Tp D S of
K 2 IS. the S -4 and the Sl-2 of
the XW1-1 an.I the SWI I of the
NUl-l and tho NV. l 4 of the SKI -1
of Sec It; in Tp J S of It 2D IS, the
Wl-l'ofthe XWl-I. the SKI I of
the XWl-I, the SI-2 of the N Ml-1,
the Xl-2 of tint SUM uud the
N'V1-1 of the SKI-1 of Sec .111 in
Tp S S of II ;i(l K, the XI -2 of the
X'WJ I, the KKI-1 of the XW1 I
nml the NKl-1 of the HW1 I and
the SI-2 of the SW14 of Sec :tii hi
TpDSofU 2'J H, and that said
lands or so much thereof as may be
lieeeisary, bo, ordered sold to tmiUfy
the alxive amounts; and fr a d'
ortM that the alleged claim, inti n t,
and lion, of you and each of ym
ami of all ami each of the d-fe'tid-Htilii
l e foreclosed and forever bar- ,
rel from uny claim to, interent in,
lieu upon, or Kjuily of redemption
lo, Hjiiil lam) or aiiy part thereof,
nnd further that the pluiutitl' have '
execution ugaii.st the defendant
John Carrey for any deficiency after
applying the proceeds of sucn sale 1
to the payment of kaid he vera I
amounts, and for tiuuh further re
lief an may he oquitublc.
.Service upim you and each of you
is made hv publication of this n'mi
moiif in the (Ihaxt L'oi'ntv X'kws
for six weeks, by order of the lion.
M. r. C'liiford, Judge of the alwvo
court, and saiil order is of date,
Kiunkux I'. Mavs,
Attorney for l'laintilT.
l'runut S (.alliHts for f I , ltrtlt nmr
3 gallons for Utdy Wasliiugtoii
plum 10 cents a gallon, grtwu gHj
jiluuis 10 eeiitt a ijalliut, nud the ga'e
plliiu at 10 i-entH a khIIuo, eouking
r eating apples $1 sr smuilew tuck,
alu good full aud wiutm- apjiliw,
at .Mr, l'liilHu' gardiwi, (Auiyou, tjfity,
Mrtwrc. John (iagen, J. II. I!ol- All fruit growers, and more rjiec
him, J. A. Howard ami other Pen- ' tally of the apple, know that much
illeton husitM-sx nun iiitercsted in 1 f their fruit is unfit for market, 1m
lite Gale ;tn Hill Mining A Milling intf either wormy, jOK-cked, ecabbv,
Coinpanv ar" feeling jubilant over i knottv, or Kinall. .Now all this fruit
l. I - . T 1 . 'I I ' 1 . ...J I! I
inr laie r')ris irom .ew M-aovine
lSncouraging newi wan flrit Ti'-
coivetl by lotb r from I'resih nt I.ar
trmur and feeretary Kolsom, and is
confirmed hy SuH-riiilcnlent Iowim,
wlw arriveil last nivrht, jwr cayuse
oxji.'esf, from the galena mine.
The company's property, the Vul-
utra, is no longer a proxpect nut a
mine, Major downs staled. While
tho ledge at first widened, as Hork
prjgnsiMHl what is terinetl a' horse"
in mining parlnnco waa encountered
which confined the vein to narron
liniiU, and somewhat discouraged
tho men employed at tho mine
IUlow this was a sort of a "capping"
of rod, cinder-like auhstance. Whan
this was remove. a nearly solid IhxIv
01 galena eight feci in width was un
covered at a depth of forty-five feel
from the surface and the walls,
which it is believed have assumed
their natural form and are clearlv
de lined, are widening at an angle of
alwut forty-five degrees. There is
now no question that the hill con
tains an immense body of galena
ore, and that a true fiaaurw vein has
been discovered. Huge chunks of
the mineral, somo weighing .'loo
Hjunds, are U ing taken from the
mine. The news of tho strike will
Ikj received with interest evcrywheio
as much attention has boon attract
ed to Camp Iz-adwllo hy reason of
the value of tho galena for treating
tho rebellious ores of Eastern Ore
gon mines. The company stock
has advanced materially in value
on account of the rcHrt, ami hold
ers are not anxious to sell.
Much work has I wen done on the
Vultura and the dump now contains
at least fifty tons of ore, some of
which will be brought to Pondloton
in wagons. Two shifts arc husy
night ami day sinking the shaft,
seven men being employed in all.
Camp I.eadvide contains about
twenty-eight miners, who are devel
oping the Pride of Oregon, Puiulcr,
Fishhawk, Utile Maud aud Fore
man A- llemlryx claims. Larmour
A- Kolsom have taken out nhout
fourteen tons of galena ore from the
Pride of Oregon, an extension of the
Vultura. W. M. Turner will huild
a house at the camp and work dur
ing the winter on the ( oinstock.
The fact that at a point UK) feet
up tho lull from the ultura shaft
the ledgo has been uncovered for
some iiiKtance and is found to be
twelve feel in width. Well deflm d
walls, shuws thr extent of tho en-
lena deposit. There are locations
on the main ledge for a distance of
fifteen thousand feet.
fresh fruit ims.
" e puck them ho!, right from
tho trnys. If they stand own, the
miller will gel into them. Tun
them from the tray into the harrel,
aim Keep thorn iKriectly olos
Just as soon as a barrel wa full, I
headed them up " J It. Duraud
Ih'fore Missouri llort. Sjc
John Uacli, a Pear Getnun,
Seivttl by Dr. Darrtn.
Prof. Keen returned last week
from a tour through Morrow and
lirant counties. Ho rejiorts excel
lent crops and stock in the pink of
condition all along the line. Mr.
Keen visited the Kox valley mines,
and is convinced that they contain
fabulous wealth, lie didn't file a
claim la-cause every likely foot in
already taken up. Stsmer or later
(Irani is destined to rank in the van
of Oregon counties Fossil J.iunial
VI if I . ..Z Z II -TJfT . .
v rvv.vnui 1 jIU
I). (I. OVKIOIOIJ',
A SKUS JJItO.S
kwi, Ualvvatou .
can U' ulilueil bv tho evaixirator.
j aud placed us)ii the market at re
munerative prices. It is not neces
sary to have a targe establishment
to accomplish this result. There
are dryers with their canacilics
ranging from one to tun bushels of
green apples per day up to thou.s-and.
The work can lie done just as well
and as cheaply on a ten bushel ma
chine as in any of the large factories,
and my exjierience has lieen that
they arc tho least exHnivo. often
it will v to oviqwrato tho whole
crop. 1 Lave often roalixcd more
for culls than for the shipping fruit.
Out! hand can run a ten bushel
drier, with twenty-five cents' worth
of fuel, and make fifty wumls of
white fruit iier d.iv, which, at ten
cents per ouml, alvout the average
price, would net four dollars and
seventy five cents, making nearly
fifty cents a bushel including the
dav's work, and at thin voar,s prices,
... ;..i.i i. .: .. i :.'
.1... u .i.:.i -f... I..H-. noveriising um-iora am
itv nuvfcv in .liii.il, iiiiiiRib it wiiilltl. i f, , ,,, . .
I'lirrin s Klectnc I reatineiil.
'aim, un iiiini ttiitv nitiii ittun
gained is culling out your shipping
fruit, making it grade fancy, ami
thereby obtain the highest market
price for it.
Market only tho best, evaporate
the re,t. Thus vou would avoid
the breaking down of the markets
for the green fruit. This is always
done by inferior stock being run on
the market, and never by good
choice fruit. We can, at nearly all
times, sec apples fuoted on the mar
ket at 7." cents to i 1 2"i ior barrel.
These represent loss to tiie grower.
All of this kind should never go on
the market, but in the ovaiioralor.
The world is vour market for
evaporated fruit; you have nearly
four barrels of apples iu a fifty
IoumI box that can ho hipKjd just
as safely to Alaska, China, or India
as to St. lojuis, and you need lie iu
no hurry to market it. Xext spring
is as good as this fall, anil often bet
ter prices are obtained.
When proerly nicked, and with
prowr storage, it can ie kepi lor
years as fresh and sweet as when
first prepared, except a little loss iu
color, but even this may be over
come by cold storage.
If prices are as low as they were
two years ago, when it was worth
only from four to six cents a ikiuikI,
and the waste and chop less than
'one cent, it can safely be kept over
until there is a shortage like the
present, when fifteen cents can lie
obtained for the while fruit, and
four to live cents for chop and waste.
i no ciiop is apples sliced jiu t as
they ate without auv paring or cor
ing, ami dried, iu this the small ami
knotty apples that cannot Ixi pared
are used. Tho work is dune quite
rapidly with a machine made for
the puroe. Forty or liily bushels
can be sliced iu an hour by two
One bushel of apples will make
ten iioumls of chop, which is worth
four cents a huihI.
The waste is the skins, cores, and
trimmings from white fruit, which
needs no other preparation only to
put it iu the cvajioratur. dry it and
pack it in sacks or barrels ready for
shipment. It is used for making
ji'llii s, ami usually brings iiImmiIoiio-
J half cent more than the chop
' Most "f the ebon is, I understand.
. shipiM-d to Kurope and there man- j incutioiu
i ufai turn! into fine wines ami scul
1 h.n k to this country, and sold at
! from one lo five dollars a bottle.
I le price is, therefore, greatly in
' !ln iii is! and governed by the grnjm
t ! in the old country. Many
thousands of tons are manufacture!!
t .i. h year. Everything can lie used
I A di legate said : "I think still
n. ore an be done than tho gentle-
in. tu says. I evajioratod some I,imi
pounds of fruit, which sold for ten
.'iitspcr Hiuud. I made use of
every part ol tho fruit except tho
wormy part. Vinegar was made of
the waste, f sold homo ton or twelve
barrels at twenty cents wr gallon,
fy.OO jer harrel of forty-eight gal
lons. i picked out tho choicest to ship
and evasirated tho culls ami sec
onds, which would have damaged
the whole lot if ahipjied together.
The vinegar apples made nearly as
much money as any. I netted s.',
using a cider mill that cost $.ri.
We used a p ar corcr and slieer to
prt pare the apples for drying.
Wife ai.d two little girls did tin
work, apple and Wootflwlng brought
to the house for them.
' Some of the apple kept a yttar
and a half were as whito ami good
as w hen first put up. No trouble
to keep them live years. Wo iu j
about a Ublesjioon full of sulphur j what is "Nltwsr
U a half bushel. When dry, wo put f Somel.dv has Ikoii Irving to do
the fruit right into Hour barrels, I fine the won I "news " It is not a
and headed it up tight. Some kept 1 liar I word to d. ll ,e at all, hut it
eighteen months are as nice ami hs Uen occtipviug considerable at
fresh as when first put up. They , tent o i of bite. ' The prosaic t-ulli
are U-tter to cook linn fresh fruit, is tint "news" is a substantive
as iney ion i rconsre sutMr. While forme, of ih. mli,.,.fi-..
UftAVE MftS. ALDRICM.
UY A CIPHER.
Mr. Editor nnd the public 1 am
so pleased to be able to hear again
that I ask vou and the public to
hoar my exerioncc with l)r. Dorrin.
For two yoars pnsl 1 have l-on
gradually gmwing deaf with tinging
noises iu my liead like the boiling
of a tea kettle until it was with
grwit difficulty I could hear at all.
1 discarded mv prejudices atrainst
lootora and tried Dr
cured through it. John U.vcii,
Dl Xorth Third St , Portland. Or.
Dr. I)jtr(n' Place of Hiimuos.
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the improper treatment of private
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Medicine sent without the doctor'.
Angus .McKay, of the etori
mental lariu at Indian Head, say
an exchange, urgently recommend
slimmer laiiowm tne rich prairu
lands ol the northwest lor wheat
Tho reasons ho gies for this prac
tice arc clear and coux iueiiii, am
are as follows: We fallow for one
reason alone, and that is that hv so
doini sufficient inoi-ture is stored
up and retained iu the soil to over
come a few dr dav or weeks the
t ii i
loiiowiug yar wiien our cioji are
Sirowini;. Kticrictiee ha shown
that iu the northwest, where tin
rainfall is very uiu irtain, some
thinu more has to be done to with
iuiiii a not .iuiv utwn to titrn over
stuliblo iu the full and tow next
spring. No matter how well th
work is done or how careful! v the
cod is sown, ono or two hot days
in July may and often do entirely
ruin the crop. I need not jioiiit to
iwj or other year proceeding
this us evidence. .c iheiwill any
amount of work iu spring plowing
nvttil if the season dry. While
spring plowing is more sunt than
fall plow ing, i t a settler i risking
hi whole ear s work on at: tin
certainty if ho follows ami relie
on either or the two way just
1. Now it is muallv
certain that if laud is worked the
proceeding yeur iu a certain time
of the year and worked pioja-rly,
when tho crop ri quires more moist
lire than it can get from ihecloin's
it either ha it stored up or secures
u irom tne utiuospiute.
The X. V. World says: Did you
over think about it .' A village news
pas;r is a photograph of the town
in which it is prim.. I, and is the
only evidence its readers have of the
town's proiqierity. Every business
firm should be represented by n
standing advertisement, large or
small, that strangers may gel a good
impression of the place.
Iu con eiut ion with tho Indian
yesterday who was am stud, ami
being asVcd if lie eawallowed
cuitaii he answered with tho grout
est simplicity and honesty. .Va
ult ke, pica capswallow mux cuitaii
co . ie h nut it , Win in Springs.
A Wallowa county girl worked
tho motto, "I Need Thee Every
1 lour," uud w ul il lo her follow',
lie said he couldn't help it. It
takes hill two hour to milk, feed
tho pii and hens, night and morn
ing, and business mihl lie attended
is literally now-
is Minply that which i.s now. News
was sjielled originally "newes,"
which quite diKsc of "its adapta
tion lo the four points of tho comp
. In middle English it was also
pronounced iu two syllables. It is
tho French nouvollos, tho Latin
nou-, the sound of tho v being that
ofw. It has closely related kin in
all modem languages, running back
to the Creek aud Sanskrit, which i.s
nu, our English now. "Xows" ami
"novels" were at one time the muno
thing. In the seventeenth century,
Adams, under tho author of the
Devil's ll.tnqunt," say.s: "Every
novelist with a whirligig in his brain
must broach now opinions." The
identity of new ami now is a re
markable illustration of tho unin
terrupted orthiepicaml orthoL'ninhic
chain occassional ly diH:ornablo in
language. .Now used to he spelled
"nou," and was pronoonee.l precise
ly like the Sanskrit nu. which it in
fact is. In journalism, thereforr.it
is the historical science of Now us
lisliiiguishcd from tho historical
.U least that is what it ouuhl to
be and what it is iu a well-conduct
Tho lllaiiie Tribune aptly savs:
"H Home ol the country new
mpers would cut down the amount
of muling matter and tho sizu of
tho shoot tu the same proportion
as some of tho business if) men
cut down their advertising patron
age, wnat won nt oino of the crow
nun think who do not even put
as iiiucu as a two. tut ad. m the
paper or pay their subscription bo-
ioic. me eiiu oi tne year and always
expect to receive all tho news to
gether w ith niimerons boom arti
eies ami I roe personal write upsf
Vet it would certainly bo no more
than fair to do this; the less ad
vertising patronage a paper toceives
the mole work is required to til!
the columns with live leading mat
ter. Ilowevuf, it is a noticeable
fact that the men who do the larg
est amount of business in a town
are the ones who are alwayg rep
resented in tho column of their
An Ol.l tfsll T.IU ..f an tUicou.iUr
Atl. llralra. I
One sea-son back In the 4lt' I s)iIh1
alsi.inl.it a llrltlili ship, tho Snnllou,
to make a ojj; (nun llomltoy up tl.e
r.'rsl.Mi (hilt and tiark, writes an iit.t
seaman In tlio llustoti IVimiiiorvlat llul
1...1.. ui ii . .
v .i , ,,.o. iiii.Toi nn tun trail ami a lssir
.xows, therefore. aii.,. ,i i,, ........... .....i
iiia.le up of four or Ate iiatlonalltli. I
remeinlier ttiero were two Kanaka', or
Satil li'li Marnier, one Iwisear, a negro
ur tno, ami tint tilliers ere AinnrU-nii,
lhiK-lUh mil Diiti-li. Vo liajt soureely
left llomhay whim tint enptaln was taken
nick with (liter. Ill name tti Al.trloli.
ami his wife, who was a woman of thir
ty, always salhil with him. Shu li.iw
t.sik command In n K"eral way, . nut.
this to the s.ttUfai-tlou of tho mates, ,
thouKii Isilh were thorough s.illurs. I '
heanl ono of them aay that she coulil
Uiko an olmorintlon or work a ilimit
reekotiiiij;. aiul I saw (mm enlen. shit
Rate Hint alin kiow all nlsiut n ship.
Wo h.vt gissl ttunther nml matin pissl
proi;ris until after tto with alsito Mm-!
cut. In tho Hay of Oriiiui. Then, unit
fori'Uisin w n got n wpiall w hloli it 1,1 not 1
last ton miliums, hut tthlrh liniUK'ht
ilott n our fore ami main to'gallant limits !
nml enrriiil aw ay n sail or two. Ttiero
w as only a light lireent after tho Mpiall
hail jmimsI, ami tin were lliif to ami
hard .it work when an Arabian ilhow of
nlsiut two huiulrisl ton liurilim eamn
slimming down tho const. Wo went
wlihlu four miles of tho rocky nml
lliounUilmitii sluiro, hut she was two
mllim Insl.lo of us, Slut win no s.Kiiier
imiilo out than itie llrit mnlo lus-amo
Mulum, nml MM. Aldrl.-h win sent for
to uomo on deck. She t.sik :i irmsl look
nt the stranger thniunh the gl.in, and .
us slid turned iiwuy she ipierted o( the'
"t'ltii tin ilopKtid on the crow- to light'"
"1 hope mi, Inii'nm," ho repllinl.
"Ilato them eomn a(t."
I II I f.
,i. ,, , nr.m. ,er tg ,lt n high rale of .p,.,.,. Kourleen
hnoighaliho long V.,,rsj,t how she ... lust in iho eolhii.,,, ",Il' '
""is"i itiiu etery worn sints.ii. Mini i.aii
OF THC TUHF.
IVi ullar Siiirlllleiit tt'lileli I're
t.ill .tiuiMitf ItiicliiK Mmi,
"Hay, .Mickey, i -re's n mnii wUI a cross
C)u. I'm a Ktiiu' ler My ilor eooi. I el"
To Hie inrerngn reuiler tlm iilwvo renin rk
utny Im u I r illy ulivum nml riilin.ilioul,
ya Ui Hsjrling World To iho tmdi
llonut rniNt-lrni-k habitue, however, rohbod
o( lU llidi'ifunrn, ll iiinbruiw n ivorkl uf
iiicuuliiK. Iu fnct, no iHvuktUou ur tvnlk In
llfo can li truthfully ul I lo Imi muiosiis
'itiliK in iiwrallUous IiiIIuoiht limn Ih.i
turf uf tjilny.
Tho man whOMt nyui nru rut on the lilii.,
uit'l tvhu niKinr Iu bo louklug n round the
lernrr f..r Huinl.i), lu.uU Ibo rilU sury of
Imllvltluul whom llio culnUir dro.iils in
vucountiir ou hi wuy tti llielr.u-k If be
liiH)ti lo uifel n jsilruf o) es wlit.'h should
e'llugl) jKMiUutll Willi liM-tl ulhlT, llll.l
liuau'l tlm luursl txmriigu tu rcwrn) tiU
.ill i like Cully did, ho lim.rl.ibly oim.-U
rules throe lime, i'ruara Ids lingers, dis-s
a Hun Ham or two Id aHei ike buodisn, mul
proitiiU Willi A nervous mind UuiliU way
I'onlrnritM rulu to n rrriuin eileut un
Dm lurf. uml tvlMnt into ssr aftlli'lnd mum-.
In! Is abhorred auolber U wtnil fondly
'' I only n'uiitilvelt, hut litemliy. Tbi
n.il.viiliml refi rnsl lo during ln youthful
I. is bd I lie uiisfurtuue to Inl. ..tr nil eifclit
''!) Uuvmi'lll lemae, wllli-h uVel l.sikllU l e
'.lUy "in tltu laud Whore I lrn. ' Tl.e
.id .lid Imu uu buruu Ni t er iliss., but bl
.fTirt lo boro u h.ilnln thoeurtheulmlnnU-d
.'i a friRturo of tbo n-eluugnl.ir Uaaue,
tln.b, tbo rlu.il irrew oidi-r
furmed Into bone Tin rmulttst
lu on eulnrvnuieiit nnd uTfurl huuip was
fnruitkl. Me wriu too youthful lo apprtx-laie
liwW this uiUf.'rlulio would bo benefit' Ul t
ini, ner WM he fully Alive lo It until tbosu
...'nuiUiiig laM ou the bark , follow 1 b
i Jb rtt 'ii, old (i'IIkm , thought n
.i.ro frl.i.d 111 joke, rlif IU, Im'
.il .lay," btvsine loo frriU. iil. u wu
i.iiiii'i.tlnii usm the a nguluriiy f th
iii.K one tiny wit. o nil obhuiuy fr.i'tei
ilured lu Ins ear. "llegnrrn, I bey Ii
tour hump hek.uie tliry think ll gnei 'em
k I las, w itb .1 s guim nnl w u.V aud u
r Kn.tii that luuiuei.t I In) huiiilibai'k
in liecame ii olil.M-t of envy i.uinns' his
friend lie Ursl louuisl bis liuitlo Ui be
ucbisi "for n eouaulersluiu " .N'uiv hu lias
flxt-d nele'dul.) of piii-ea Htk-k n ilullur
on thu hump slid get u whine c
AlUioUoin nru uot the oulr tl.luui tlml
form n lamlliim for sus)rsrtion There I'
iho lucky Uurw shoo wliieh the rm tru. k
l.irke) uUi-.-s over the it.sr nf the iVuble.
. ootid, nl Iii Its Irudltusml tlrluo u n
hurlnnifi r of lu. k. .N'eU wo hnvo the uiuu
who piilleuliy and diligeudy tudlei tbo
illiuusc, o as to be on baud wlivu a uew
noon unite arouad and art tbo llrst
iiiipso u( It over hi right shoulder.
'I he nun who U renins tho uluutirs Is
ii.Hiher Weil-known laillviduul. I.tlns' on
bis bw-k on his pouch, with mouth wide
is'ii, liiaU'od of i-.iU'hiiig tbo proverbial
Ii), Im rri'lvi the winners tu all shuis'
lid lonus panuliug U'li.te bllll.
l lfo Mr.cS..! hr
I nero goes a man whoait life wa
rulnisi by furgottlng the liiiploo.liar.it)
ler u,"imld ,i prominent railroad man to
a "-tti 1 "'a lie i see Ktamitier reKirter,
silniing raggisl. hoMittisl until
huihllug along thu itrect, unmludfiil
of the rn I ii.
Il was a train dispatcher on the dhlo
.t Msisiipp railroad nave, hating
worked up lo that snition from tnetuimi'
Ifcr Isiy in tho telegrnih ollico. One
Sunday ho had only two Indus on hli
illtlslon, an ejpresi train Westwnnl
Isiund and a fast si.s-k train running
liaL 'I'ho day was warm and sultry,
and Itlll. (or thai wai hi naino. had
hunt work to keep awake. Ilo know
that it .Hin as ho iiia.lo the meeting
"illlt for the two irutns he could diuo,
nn.t ho liniutlciilly awaltisl Iho time.
When Iho trains were close enough to.
gelhnr for him to figure a meeting point
ho eut an unler to tlm passenger train
In 'meet and pjiis tho M,ok trnln
ol it llitlo KUtlon ralle.1 Willow Valley.
Ilttng the tlnio at I'. Ml. To the
stis'k train ho sent an onler that it could
hato uiilll I.JA to mnko Ulllow- Vnlhiy
for the unger. Sin tbo mlsUiko.
Ilo (orgot tint 0, nod heneo gate the
sUs:k train tl.lrlt Die mlnuiim more than
ho should. Illll hiiw his mUtnUii ton
mlnules nfter he had tmido , hut thorn
Is'lng mi telegraph stallon between tho
polnu w hero tlm trains were glien the
onler or nt tho meeting pom ho could
do nothing to nvllfy It. Ilo soul lor
tho MUtorinioii.lonl aud ordered nut tho
wri king erew. then ual at tho key pale.
Rsib alh. tho cold penplratlou runidiig
down bin fn.-o In atn nms, awaiting now
uf Hit' eollison.
it canio. Tho iastonger train roaithisl
W lllow Valley on time, w alto.! thu re
quired thirty minute, tm.lor Iho Uiiip
canl rules for tho freight train nml
tlieii pill. .si out- 'Ilireo iiilnutoil Inter
tho two trains met on n curio, Isilh Itlll-
n worried, anilous look, and no wonder
ami thorn w.is n trembling lu bur tolco
ni she s.ii.b
"Men. you know- that your o.iptrtln U
slek. Vomler eoinem plnito If thereoter
wasunw. If ho captures us, ih.uio who
lite through tho light will go Into iho
Interior as slate and worse. If wo are
nil agreisl wo can licit him oil. What
do you fciy?''
We'll light to tho but!" shouted one,
and tho ery was taken up by nil.
'Thank tbsl!" sho (ertently ot
cIiiIiiiihI. "lllto Uioin a bra to tight and
no nun lun bo hlnuusl l( woaredefent.sl.
Sootier than fall Into their hnnds I will
blow tho old ship iky high and all of us
w lih her."
Wo had no cm mm, but wo had llflo.ii
iniiHkeU, a lot of eittslry saber, nml Iho
riipUlu had Hot dodged about ihooo wa
ters with his eyes shut, Ilo hnd two or
three your beloro purehasisl a dotcu
hnnd-greua.bw or slink-siUi, suoh us
nro ud by tho Chinese, Tbeso worn
brought np with tho rest nml foiinil to
ho fui.Nl and In g.s ooiiilltlon. Thev
welgh.st nlsiut two pounds npl.s'o, anil
eneli was lli.'loet nt n not, so that It
. iild Imi tossed iulto il dlstiiliee We
l..a.h d our musket, took our stations,
nml aero as ready as wo uouhl Imi. The
i apUii. H w ifo alternate.! between tho
n. i n ami Win niililn. Ilo m ....l of
his hi'iid, which was tho better for Ii i in.
llll.l she had Ills reiolter ready for use.
Mown canio tho dhow, foot by f.mt.
with net er a cheer fnnn IhS crowd of
I'lit-thronlrt on her d.s'ks. There was a
meiiii.o III their kilonee, but It had no
elf.s-t tisiu u. Wo were dotortiilmsl to
light, and to light Ui tho last. L-ottho
llrslshot nml knorked oter a man lu
In r forecastle, nml then all begun to
hhuonway. She did m.t Are III return,
but forged Umiii iiur.junrter, nml leould
sen llfly Arnlis, otieh ono arm. si w Ith a
ur.ssse, crowding against tho rail to bo
ready Ui Isi.inl.
"N'ow, heuvo," yelbsl ono of tho sail
or with tho IsjuiImi, nnd IsJtli light. si tho
fuse nml hentisl away.
llefore w o colli! tell w hat ibnmigo had
ho. ii dniio tho dhow-win alongside. Sho
threw her grapnels, but they .H,l m,t
cnti'li, uml sho rubh.sl our whole length
and went ahead. As wo jiaw her fall urn
wo blatisl away again with the muskeU,
and eery ball found a man. Sliosall.il
like fi witch, and before sho could bo
h.vkiSl wa a eahio length ahead. Sho
had just put her helm oter when there
wii nu implosion, follow. l by n groat
sheet of Amino, and wo saw that she was
hnrtl hit. Confusion rolgiuH from stein
to kU.rn In n moment, ami wo addisl to
ll liy M.pperlng nwny at (air range. All
ill. bun within live minutes, sho (ell J, ,
h.'k.bsl for shore, and was run on a reef
nlsiut u in I lo nwny. Wo Haw sniun unto '
themwdte by ImjhU and rnfu. being !
swept Ukiii tho shore by tho tub., but It
was iiftorwnnli learned Hint upward of j
forty 11 to men wi re killed or dninu. si, I
nnd that tho lows of thu dhow bruketipa ''
bnd gang of plrntes. I
Mrs. Aldrl.'li was on diMik through It
nil, emptying tho riitoltnr Into thu
crowd ns tho dhow pitisl us, nnd whim
all wasotoraho wont down to her hus
I mi ml with n fu.o only a Illtln whiter
and a mouth morn (Irmly set. Sho did
not betray her womanly wnuknoas until
ho annul K thank u. Thou alio broke
down ami orbs! Ilko a well, Jmtllkua
SHHi.lssi worth of proMrty deitnitisl.
Illll reslgn.il al once, ami the noxt dny
dliipM.iirisl. 'or a long limit It wa
thought ho had eommlttisl ulclde. but I
vu t tt I III on Iho street hero ono dny Just
nu ou oo him n total wr.s'k."
'I lis Ttsoiff. .!.. iii is,,,,, from
Tvrto tlertlilui; Sk.o.W.
A. l' t'hamherlalu wrltoi this lu
Noli s and tjuerles, on tho derltalloii of
t hl.ag.i (Vol. III. p. "Tai. Thettaiial
i ttio.dogy glien (or this wonl Is that
adoptiil by ba.-omho ("Diet, el Cr.iinm.
de la li, -iin ilea I'rls," llbTI, p. 7utl:
'('sii-.ijhi (I rls) Miur: rAiA.it. ou. tU.ik,
betepunnte, putols, oul ail bs'ntlf. fall
rhiliilvi;" ('msj "hot liiio.lo la l.nngue
.:goiiiulne," i Hsu, pp. ss. "CAfiiffKt,
jiour r.WftKiii, n la bolo pmiiito;
Mcl.onu ("tho Indians; Their Mniinor
ami Cunoms," sy.i, p. ); Chicago,
fnnn eAiMf, a skuiik;" I'otliot ( -Ihi
Itoulo siur la Mer lllaolalo." Isss, p.
.i): "f.'AM-.it.ut, on hlllluo tin troti do
putols, eat, do fait, tin hleu sale mini,
ma foil (siur unosl hello vlllo;" I'liplaln
..iiuin l ' I ml in ii .Names ol I'lucon onr
tholirent bakes," sss).
Dr. D i. Ilrlnlou (Amorlr.iit Anti
quarian and Oriental Journal, Vol.
p. us aji,: Tbls) (sipular etymology
Is worse than doubtful, In t'lilpowny
lcfnk.ik.im tin which Hie Anal syllablo lu
n iiits.il, Miumling to Ihigllsh earn like
nn obscure u), liieaui simply 'n.wir tho
shore,' and this Is tlm real origin of thu
name I hlitngo."
Another sug'este.l derltalloii Is Hint
glton III the Isso million of 'Chambers'
i:m').-losislla," from nu Indian wonl,
meniiiiig "wild onion" (In Algoukiii,
nl.lk.r.trk; OJebwnjs, tfirtj,u,vu!lirinih),
lu the M.'ouilt of l.n Snllo (ItMHl), In
Margry's "Vo).igoM lei rraneals stir Ion
(Irniid l-ie. etc " J-MI), "In rltloro do
f'Ai.ijs'ioi" Is mentlouiHl (p. iVi), nn.t
sflerward it Is attitisl that "Iis
f'.rur.iou Vih-.iMii s.uit nu sud do tiotm
rltlere," nnd notleo 1 nlsti taken ti(
'v. no pelllo rltlere ijiio les f 'AiYoirAil, r.p
Mdbiiit CAiAur.u" (p. lift.) There U
further iiikiiiIoii (p uf "line inirlnlne
Js-tlio rlvleruiue 1'on appollo CHtiiyii.-
Seb.M.lernft (p. r.T.t says; "Tlihl woitt
Is ijerlud (rum the islor of tho wild
leek, formerly iihundnut ou Chlungo
creek, ami tho lueul toriuluatlou o( tho
wonl hi e,"
i:inli.' .tin. rlr.su ( U,,
Kmln hey ha two wlstlvo (a this
oountry bis lather .later, ,Mr, J, 1.
b'oba'U, u( llltaburgh, nml a owuslu, bur
vtMt, wbnacMrtwIa iaygr of Tgrro
Adam I'. Hopkins, of Went bridge- 1
water, I'a.. bus tll.sl a entoat iik.ii nn 1
"improtoineiit" In tbo fMrm of imjsui and i
r ,llr...l f u !.... I . .1 .
s, ;; ri 1 rri; nebular u
hn.olho railing e,-ur.. by menus of , L, . ,' , I ' ' "ml "J r" wll'
n.il.drlvenlnuiholes.i.nJen. ,L . . I '"' r The three u.ihuit
ail lllrru Ju.l( lll.rhl.,1
Henry M. Souddtir reisjrts tho do-
culouot .1 ciio lu un Kasu.ru eoutt In
wl.leh tho nice ilhs'rlmlnatloii of tbu
lsm h wa biiiaiili'.iou i.
I'"urnieii, partuors In buslin.ni, Unitrbt
ouio colUin halo. That tho n.U might
not destroy tho eottun they purchiuisi a
cat. They agre.sl thut oa. h of thu four
should own u iKirticiilar eg o( tho cat,
and eaeh kdornod with Mu.ls nnd other
ornnmeiiu thu leg thu upportlouotl to
l he cat by an accident Injunsl one u(
IU legs. Tho owner o( that moiiilHir
wouml aUmt It a rag wjxUchI uu, ehl
out going too near tho Are set tho ragim
lire, and Is ing lu great pain rushist In
mong tho rotton bales, where thu wn
ac.ulomisl to hunt rat. Tho cotlun
thereby took llruand wu burned up. It
was n toUil loss.
The three other partners brought nn
ai llon to r.smver tho value of tho rot,m
against tho (uurth partner, who own-sl
that partlciilnr legot tho cat. Tho ludgM
ex.imln.sl the case and decided thus'
'Tho log thut had
whin soft, at ait aiirfle that will bring
the hta.l Usether and hold thu ratllni
Itniily In plaro. Hole through the tlo
upon i.lherildu uf tbo rail will mliutt
Itolu. the upper ni,d of which Hill hate
washers and i.uU Usirtwg Uhiii tin, all
r.ud boldlmf tt (Irmly In ijiilua.
legs, thereforo, carried tho Aro lo tl...
cotton, nnd aru alone oulpable. Tho In.
Jurod lei; I not to bo blauiwl. Tho thnw
jssrlaers whoownod tho thieo luls with
which tho oat ran to tho cotton will my
tho whole valuouf thu bales to tho part,
nur who was thu jirojirtutor o( th0 la