Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190?, December 05, 1895, Image 3

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"niuiiWAYMKX.
(W ...think Ilm. 0, ball
,,r " rml 1
."l.inlKtl Willi i.M.IuIo.I.vm.1.
r i.li.n which
" ...,1 Ml"" Tnltiwmr l"id
r" i il.i.l tin' '""7 "
WiwIimI. llimi worn it ItctM w ho mum
iimi IliUrmicI In rntiiruliiH from the hall
...... it .i i ..
c n,,v. w,,, -a.HhT,"V;.;nVMMfimM: bockItoman.acs. CllKNV A LliVOUJll OOP
Wisdom. Coine Willi in.-, nml l-fum llu lAJ T
.... mi'!" vim i uii riNM in uifiir .liming ingm l nci'M ligaill ynu snail imi niiniri'iu.
tn tin. teen, of my dear iim-li. and I Arthur, liollevii ine, " Im milled, with a
BHitliii llin ilium mi which mi iniu li i.. I pretty conceit ."believe me, there uro
miiiiiI. MnitMivor, 1 1 clvcd that my i many who will envy ycm."
tiiinhi wiuilil Im liouely tingiy w Imn Im "lint, nir," I Intcrr plod, "yon fr
iliMsivi'ii'il liuw piillily In' li til Ihi ii iln. ; g''t wlml 1 have Mil Jfm. f hit"! Imvn
ivlved, It wan hiwiii tin nielli In. nir- ' lit eloncly gmrdi'il, '"r ntJ I"1'''"
tied liv til resent hi mffir 1 1 1 ,i,,. ' (lin'uvi'ii'il Hint 1 lmvii trivrii iti v love to
i . . i... . .i.i. i t
H. B. PLANT HAS DONE MUCH FOR
THAT SECTION'S DEVELOPMENT.
Ix'iy wan
tm Iron-
Unit
Mi mi vum
i... l.,,vUh fiuukiM, but I
-ami1" ..... '.I...I Hint It Wit III
. from i" , ,
t jnHilil l""l" " '!"
tiM.y"f-M,"n t""1
that ,.. nl.oul.l iln li'rthliiH
K i. - ",ll,,"t ,M'y 1 r","
I"1 i t u..ii. iii iinivani.lv
Lf- ... i i . M... iiiii'h u tia
I.I I nil w" "I .
:';';!',. ' .
'M.r.fit.-.. Kmiik.J ...I
ill" m Mii. ti nllxll
" 1 . . .i....,.ri l,u imiilii r uml
?T,m In.i.i riiiiH inK r'Jii ti.iii I
"rV"m ' ,... hut,, i.U
; 1 tin- K'"l wu" "
Ult, l.l.if mi-wh.'H H." "' "
fl , ml i.f l" H. "'' '"
-urn. .lv.mi'"' ww "
4 i,. Mlw. I """' iiik iii"'"
TmtiinK . .....
t.anl'.v l"Kl'it''lt"
1 ' 1 .....I id Mi III
... .. . .iiii.'ji. mm
mil in" ' . . " l
, I.. I nil till Ulinni'l.
." . ; . .......l.l I....... Ij... II
unit. "' ''' ,m" " ' :,
M-rllllM'UKlllWMW'llr
, n,dt..inHu' t w.ml.l U' iMily
tmr ,.,(... l..'ii!li.il"ri.f mr 1-
. I ... ..I..IU liaiLl'lt 111111 UK'
Ui inui kimliy. i inKi. "
(ilt.ti.fc.. fur..w.-ll i"r.
tin.! t'V tln "" ',"l"",",r
l.y fVlt.'MM "I ton..! .. hill..
tl.mtH."-iitrlii"'ii! if Hi.-. h-
Ti'T 'T" nil r.Miiiriilr Hijiiiii.
-J I,. , ,., Lliwil-.! within th hour,
,it. uU I i'uhl liuvo UiK "
kimttii t.. H "'H" '
.ilit h.. luul KiilH'-l l'"-- "
Hut. f'r U nun. ' ' "" '
Ii.. .... .I.irlntf
,i K liv nuiiiu.'T " r " "
..fliliiK. 1 llotl.txl that 111 Void-
,lillll. IIIH . ' '. . .
in I.u.-um Ii than ! Iy '' 1,1
mt an.ll1'V 'iw'iuiy;
"""'fc' . . . . .1
i!m. l.-ft nl..in. lmii
k, I..IL.-.I with him h nl it i"' "
l ii..v wtM.ol I w.'i'
' -v "" " ' i ' . i. lin
It unntmr 1 lull ll.ia iniii'L r.,l,l
rnl mii.I m lirljitf I In k tu wrl.
tin. Il wu Willi Krut H'liif iuiw
It WlIM I'lllllli.
Tllll lllnllWIIHIIIIII ajHlkl. HUllill. "Ynu
hiivn a hi.ly In y.mr iHiiiiiuiiy," hi ull.
"I limit ir'iiilili. Iht"
"Ht'iiiiiMlifl !" mil.! my iin.'li., iiiirliir
t hull hi. luiil ln'ii nl nil. "I)n you mli
lliliiwa wnmi'll lll,.u,' till, liiitynil ahull
Intuit ImmIi I"
" 'lli'iiutj,' " iiii.li'il (In. IiikIiwhv
mini "mill t iiiii Miri. tlm hi.ly in
l'iintiliil ' lli'iiuly iiniiilorniil in Im-i
l.i irnixl ' 1 luiiht iinU ttm l.iily tn ali p
fri'iu hit iiirrliiK. u tin ni'iit nml irlvn
Inn (hi. ji'Wola uf wlii. h aim hiii i-1 v him
ll.l IIIH'll. "
LflVKIt III V
.' iMiitii nf lh ilium, luinnlil. IH'T
wim n hull nt Ilm Iihiimi n( Ma.hiiu Tro
Inwncy, u Knmt hnly, wlinmi linn wiut
(Ii-hiiii.xI hy my iini'hi nml ly her tn l
my huxhiinil, uml It wiih iiriiiiiK' il ihnt
In. ahuiilil ntop tin. riuu'limi unr n uii n
mnl rimy inn uwuy will) liliu. "
'IM... l.li.l.u'Mvimt.t lii.itrluul lillldlv.
"Ami Hint In wliy ym iliil tint faint r
wi'i'iiin? Im mini, i iimi in invn
.,.. i. ,,.. nf ilmi. nml Ihnt Im why 1
Wan mi Mullfiiil lit yimr miKKi'Btion of
un i'liiK'iiii'iil. lint wlmt will tlm roul
Ihvit iln? Will tin Hlnp Ilm foiu li n hiv
(iml Hum nml find th hlnl Ihiwn? I
warrant Im will play lh part oxivruhly.
1 hlintilil liarilly Im mirjirimtl to hnir h
hail h't himwlf Im. cupturi'il. '
li'iiii i nut iiiliiniliiH ii-HiiiiK- r
Mvim. li. wmil.l havi. hiiiil..r.'.l in.., ,''i" "' J""
hut i wim ..it him In n .nit anil I "'' ' 1,1 W'" 'J1"
il u' ki vim 11ml in v tilljint limy
k.l.tl.UI.I t.ll. .f .1,.. .MiffllHI..
"Ynur mi ll.'t," mini Ilm hi(hwuy
man, ImliliiiK fmlli hi" hum).
I i..k tl"' in l fnim my invli uihI
pr.-Kwot hla li.ui'l in uiinK tlii in In
him. "It.' ipiirk!" 1 bhhI in a whihH'r. '
"WhiTii l y.mr hnra.'?"
lit. piltlKll II lll'lllli'lll. "I wtw (III1
IjIi iiiii nf a hruiH'U'l," Im miiil. "I niuxt
rftli vn ynu nf 1 1 tn t nihil."
A ,..,m I ..lu vii.l linn Init lli.'f.Mir dial '
nlh.-ra w.niM f.iliii' win In hi. "till Ht.iplmil
flailing laviuim mum nrn'iit. "I'm
ri'mly,"l whlK'r.nl no uK'Tly that I
wuinh r my tiiii'li. ili'l li"' h''"r. "Why
tin you wail ?"
Akuiii tln-ri' wiw n pimwi. 11." up--un
n lllllt' iliM'iiu.i-rl.-il. "Ami i
llunk ynu nns w.'iuinK u riiiK."lm wi-nl
mi.
I took lh riiiK from my llnui'r. Ah 1
Kavo It to him I rlul. h.'.i hi" haml,
ctiri. In lh'' i.it'--t inn iliirkiii'Ni "Talf
mr!" 1 Mi.l '"I'liki" mi'!"
Ak'-iin l "u" Hilriit for ii iimini'iil.
U1...I. I,.. ala.kl'. it wim in H ClirlollhlV
J Tt"' . , . , I, InliL'll.
it, nwiK't?" Im crUil,
hni-li
"lwt im. iii
"Cotni", Ihril !"
I (fitvn wr.'iim of tiliirm -a Kirtioii
uf th" .hiv nn hiwl urran. .l toti'lhiT
mi Im i-miV'ht "' I"""'"1 W1,i"'
hui.!...! im' ii'"i In l"t"w A "",m, llt
lal.-r 1 waa t-liiiKiiiK !' him for (h ur lifu
iu wo ihwhi'il h'-ailloliK into lh- hla.'k
niCht Hii'l wi-nt forward wrowi tlm
,...rhin.i. I h'Uf'l l'"" 'l'' kl" 'y
I.. .....r.ul l.ia InilluHlllioll llflr UH.
W riKt.i on ami on through Iln- ilnrk
n. At llrt my i-x.'it"iii"nt wax mi
Kr..it iw. to ivnil'-r IhoiiKhl iiiikhiI'1o ;
! V'liwvi'f, thi. inliHK wiw of lh" rot'Kh- :
I ..I.. .1.. ... l.M.fl IllV
cat, uml 1 Innt i i'"""1 ' 1 ;
Hut K'i'li'y. i"1 1 '" K"" ,0.Kr,,W ;
mon. iMviintoimil l' my Hilmiliun, 1 wa
ov. itnk. it with a lin-I ihva.lful lulKiV- ;
imt Tlm riil"r hml hitlmrto imiuiimI l'ko
JmKU ... Dmk.ror 1 h.Ml known imi
woiihl h I"" l " ",l"ln ' I
.,,,,1. , fur hiK f'-liKl. roM--ry. it
itiat I.f It Pi'"' Ui 1!,,l,1 ,"1V0 !
;ihii-f. Mm 1 '"'K"" fr1,1 'Tr" ;
tain Unit -onm imi-tur ha tak.'ii liw ;
LrIi that 1 hail 'lua .l w.th nn.rtl.er I
h..a-..m...u.. liiKhH
.11... ,. trv fill- llll IH.'tl.'!
.,.. ',r lo U'llll lllll'llillirilllli'.
V.4i..'i.oihinihn.iiKhlh.wiii.lnv.a
k-.-u iio.iihiiiir hut Ilm nun n
turn .if my own .um fmti iinint
l-miiii.I of iiM.-r iiiiriiiniw. .......
.1,1., i.. i .L.. nolii of tlm laii.linarna
.1 lh.Mii 1 iniht havn lain
wr A- it wim. wo hml Imnlly 1""
o,.. I,,, iik,. ii vi. ininiil." wn.-ii
-tin un.l iMiiumiiH" f".'l wu-
lawimtl Unit tn vi-ryni'M iii-.
Id l ,r.alni tiv.i of lh" v,,'1 l"
,h I l,w,l.,..l forward ho niKi'i lv-
,1ii.(triv.. npK.ar.Ml liil.'rininahli'. 1
.m U. llunk that Dmk miiHt huv
furly and pmwii tln-il of wailuiK.
I kni'W that If lii rtnt not kt.."J
hrart would Hiiuply hnnk. Al"'
i. friul.iH.ti. .u ihwpil." my "
iifciti.iii of it. rum" Ihn lirs' "i"'
wniid.l..n hlu.'knr' movi
wimlnw A piMlol frnrkiil, mid n
ttimat;.. ci'itKi'd to niovn 1 hi md
II I Villi-.' HH'llkillK Hli'rnly I" I '
bm.ui and hi eomnulm on th"
. It Hirui k ni tho t.'nnm
rly well m-trt. for tlm omwlmmii
lh.-n in th.. plot from tn L
wtiwl to imvt. fnn. y for my mml.
i(t.r, and llirk' hnlm wan u HUpor-
tj rim-,, aim IiimI tui.lnrtaUmt to iuaa
Tuf him
Mjnimli. Hlirrl in hi iH.nmr. unit-
,. i 1...- I.. I...I. III. WIW
'"H .in 'in . "ii... t . ' i
i , I.,. li m ir nl
T limn in. 1 1 ni.'i ... -
mid a tall, Br
Bifur. Imw w.-ll 1 kin'W il, hiiviuK
t hi... l .,i lnak on thn '.'K0
I ' " . r.
ihoold pliintiiuiml MtiMHiiniii'.'
' nn... miti'.
wit; in IH'UU. A ,
v,. i -i tut HiiifL Ant
vu i ' umi, i I I,,
MoriHl at (In. Kkill with wl"'"
mm Iiih voIimv "I pnwunm J""
ty ttri'iinim mid tntiNt ukK j'
U trtiKt timiii to my kipping. "
lean hardly rt'iHiit my uni-1"' woriw.
lend they wore not tiolmmnl, mi Kn,W
hi iniliKiuitioii. hut h Kv P 1,8
U, nml tin. hinhwiiyinmi BtruiK"'
J iatvj timiii fur into tin. .larkni'H-
our imrw'," h continni'il P"11''
uii.,.. I... I.iwl mH.IViil iio
H...I, I (,..rliinv'H lurk t i"'!
t, .i i..i, a nrovorb. I5"
frii'iidH. nir. tlmt ym Imw " ' '
. . . ...ill itiIT
1 O II. m to OHO WHO .
fw puvnmnt. fori huvo iioilonun
n .. i Ii.. . i i
He put tlm jinrim Into hi". P1.
oiore U a.liaiiion.l rintf. t'. '!"",.;
l a wm. h. " Amt im" """
rtwn'ivil nml in-knti,l-
Alln.1- .;... ..,.! hud hMl enrw
.7 " " V " ...ri.ll In'
-V nim for at noT mm "
Ifi, I HUI u-lflllll n
I mti null Ilil.iK' "
POO
w..r,. ''!l,n" 7 - ,:." .,,, ,, mv lf from
man and nwait tlm i-vi nt.
We- had r..l.l.-u V 1 "
,,d.l..uly..lr.'W fin and il.Hmmntod, ;
I;,.,n.war ...- iih)H,ril)
or 1 nlioniu ." --- .,.
i .i..r a ml.'uiv. nui,.- ".
timIto.IoxvUhyo..?"
imip,KW.. ..mi - ;r- '
To find iy-wwm' .J"" ... i.il..,..l.
,11-iU.tr.niH Mow to m. nor"
iinyuiiNWi'r. t
Iwonl.l inn . .
i...rt." hi' -..titmu.'i. ;,,
,,,, .....1 -t.rir.iw i;n.;
what huvo wo - " - , - -, T(m
do wi.i. iv ;"- ,mll.
iT-'ll'-rin-iofuom
' t !.,. Hh.mld I daw B) to um
gallo . " '. tr,, ,, ...on. of miiHlH
uwod ami """ : , , k Arlnir
woul.1 wih'P '" " ', ,(Ml forbid
WMIt tlm conmi- n vsay. -n
Wnkr vSl -tldo not lik my
KtllUUlt, I kIhh 11MS uwoot.
?urt. it, Yi oi.l i -l vory
.'rt i . I"" ,i,!,ty,,n
ad tako m ' j k t0 wm,o
permit n."to m il.. tjm j
would not wish 'kindnos-sof
Ull " -
Yt
iir
will
url
Mir
l.la
cminmnd of my
init wii'l'i'iK- .,
".Sir," I
.our nmn-y. t 11 of ,y ,1u.vh
u biiimu. "J . ...,i.t von worominui-
marriiHl t..mrn
In
mouth
.u mvi mm naiiK'-" " ,v ,ia
Ui hiKh.-Ht intof tho ni.-irluim-
. ..... nltoL't'tlmr nt
I have h.n whfc
iiniith-
rood f..rt".' 0 ."' ,.,. Yon were
w,m,t- " ,l vour lovor toinornm ,
tohavo ";. ...nuiKi.
.wl vet vow 4A von on
"fir! ''ri.n.ln..'"
"uiall'wnii..'r you llnd my lliht only
. i .. .........
laiiKhiilim. I liwvo iniiiio inywii ii rii."
for nil tlm country to lmujli at. Never it
jHMldl. r hut will Im wllhiK luilhi.lH ill it
M',liulKht iihniit thin I hut I liuvo (lonn
l.nlKht. Y-t I could U-linvo you kmilor
llimi tiioNt. I ciitnat that yon will help
lht wiih mln-r in moment. upon
my mail," Im Hiiid, "tlm wn i oim to
jiii.l" li very Holomoiil 1 would do
iiiui-h to help you, hut I urn not iilio
Kellier fri o lo do no n I wouM. To Ik
frank, my lifu ImnKi upon my i-H-apinK
out of the. ri'tfioiiH with nil tlm celerity
I tnu commiinil. And my life but
liNtell!" .
H.i l.rokn off, uml kin-elinK Jihwcil hiH
' car lo (ho Kiouud. Then Im iir.mo, with
a curiou-, cxeile.1 launh. "Tho ii.lvcu
turo grown in IntorcHt," Im wiiil. "H.tc
eomen thn hnn.'Mt y.-oiuim, mill in h"t
I liHlen.d t-HKcrly and hear.l far olT
t),o nound uf n hoix' KiillopiiiK turummy
iiloiix thn rotiKh tnu k. which wiw then
! thn onlvrond aen- tho jtrcut imxirliinil.
! I naw u nmldeii movenicnt on tlm part
of my companion and jmrccivwl that ho
wiih f'li.K' riiiK bin piKtolH w h Htoi-l hi
leiit in tlm darkiic".
"Not that !" 1 cried ciiticatliiKiy.
"Thero will bo nii'd 'f ' f il'1'1"11-
ti.mof Honmkind."hoHai.l. 'Twr mi
you will undertake it. I omfi I lmve
i.t a Hiiflii-icnt Kift "f wnr.ls. mid I um
, little inclined to doubt whether your
nweelheartwilllieinthom'H'd for verbal
explanation-. Doubt Ions. n KWlcmnu
of the rul, im will rid" unmil.
Tlmw.und of tlm hoof ftrew. nearer.
H- wan nilent now nml listened iot '
tcntivclv to th" upprmicliinff nomnl.
I'reM-nt lv tlm rider wiw quilo m;nr.
i "nick, ull h well.
mid I urn in the compauy of a fri.'iid of
yourii uml mini'." ,
A moment later Im wan upon . '
nuro eiiouwhhn held a pmtoliu
.. i i,i. l.orso in an liiHlant
no iuiuii i..i.
! i ...... on ..... to him. But it wiih tlm
... ...l. f'.Mt,
IllKllwaviiiii.i 'i , . , ,
Sir,'" ho K.ii.1, "I hi hy the pirfol
i,. tiiVn a very proper
VOU curij j - - - ..-
View nf tho Kiluution. And yet I Mmt
. . ...i.:.... ...w l, i.TIlhlllUHl. II
tlmt everyiiiioK -
..i. l:ulv
y""Diek," iHiiid. "IhiHgentleinan too
. . , i, . .....i wiih him. very
muchuKuiiiKt i-ill.lI -kod
that ho wonld tako mo, and I did tlm.
" i.. .lo l.n wan von. You
H-.-IIUM. I IIIOUKM. " '
: IT..
kiiow our piiu.. " - , , ,
. rri... i,i,.liu-nrtnnn lllUKlied.
1 liaiiNisi. ii.u - . ..
"1 f.illow day by day tho trailo which t
tdeiod you to ii.lopt lor a h.i.K.o
I"1 i , !, a few minutes.
wo:r::b;;;hofur;ai,,i.,,,.i...Vi.o1a.iy
took tho ditl'ereneo of vo.ro and milliner
with her. IwilU-onfesH my So.k1 1. L
iw l.nf 1 WIlHIimcktO
. : i,.l l,.il mo until tho
iidlniy my coi... iv . wnwero
very iioment of your nppronch. W e were
" V .: i..iUn mot imi of ro-
1( " . li.tu mat tor of tlm
"""Vr . .i.......,.r.o.. Ktartod. " Con-
T1! I Z " ho relied, with
w t. ....i,i uiivrtiif it'i i ' .7 1 n
ituldboclenrt
that I m ' h ft mmWT "f
KS. you and the la,ly-a god from
"'Drent, his arm about my
lJUK. . - i..,i.i ro.ulv for actimi.
r-dl'ho.Xetote'U'd'rt"
w v Ko u P" miit of the thiof-the Rood
K . -.1 me' thief and wim1 lnm
rJKS "" trnth. the least ho cum
io h to no yon tho lady in return for
VI U For, then!, porbapo you do
uot KiH'ss it, you havOHliown omo ui-
"ho'ufi'ivas beautifully clear. "In
, " T cried, "ho Hhull do no loss,
deed, r""' . .,.i I ,,mmise
"ir.".0n " naid tho hifjhvvayni.in liKhtly.
...uLl'. no need of thanks. Hero uro
i .i, imrse.. But Brut.
,I.IIH-.I Willi Hutl..r r.Dl-rprl Kr
a-..,..,.. Vr l lloiiorit l
I.I lrt Atli.i.t-lTrii-P't"t'"n
l.ilrl-HI K'nirl.bl Crwr,
Thnro In littlo doubt Ihnt h i'W
..,.,.,1. nf it nrmu'lit lliilH"-
OUlll ..".'a w .. .
any ot her on" mini' i"'" "" ,
...l...l.l uh.l I.uh dniio no
(IIIHT Oil"! l.HH."V I if la
i. i.. Unit, direction. Cortuln It to
...... .i... ,,f ilm mmthcuHt unur
. a tf...... U.....a fu.'l 11 f'l .imldor then
icr oi ion " ,
...... . ...... ..l.liuiit nim to Mr.
ruivoii nun." n'" " - . .. . ,.,
l'hint, and thi Wim ftxcinpliflca iy
....i ...t.... ii.u niiiiiiiern iii n
hmtu exhibition d..iK.uitod one tiny to
1,1m hmcIuI honor (t t. i '
, ..' .I... .I..- uilnwml.. (liHtino-
mxill uiriu....j. j . ,.
thin which I rare enouKu w
i.i, ..i.i..
nneeiuiiy num.,.". .
... . . l.n .,ian.Mr. mill
Mr. J'JllUt HUM won i "
. .1. ..,.,tl,..rn tinr.tlll! UM DUHl-
u.,m man, nnd jnwtly o, nine in t hot
i. i... unmuht vcritublo won-
tiannciiy im - -
ilern and hnn dinplayed the nerve and
fumiKhtcdneHH oi
kiiowlcdKo of human imtnre -w w.
..... . .. ..I I,. alirnwd tlolltiolHH,
executive ability like that required by
i i .. ,.m,t ariirfl nun u
imiiKinatio.. than I oft".i V'"""?
,i i. .... ..i.n uipirrim uiiij ni ."
Ho wiih born iu Branford, Conn. Jike
many another eminent man of the
wt time ho received littlo Hchool trun-
U1 in tho p.m- " M
Tlm hiKw""". ..f,i, ati
. . i l 1 Im SHHi
f..r
ii."--n
and Hoftly
1,0 hml been
minutes.
l'wr
child I" marry one whom
no " . : ... fear linn
and
, tl.. won
l .!o not love. "",,- ime mo
.M.ntlyle woum
oompel"- . i(j the highway-
tho i',wt'm,r, u a tracted omo
h Oi:of ,ar-" promised to liberate
scrais or pap r i ,
certain I dol.tors. uuu
"SSthepoi" ito fragments and
again mm ""1 Lrinir robbery.
'irCt bore w,W one who wept at
siuo.
il R P1.AST.
i- i.i,.,nl, Im wan nrivileoed to finish
his formal education nt the Lancwterian
.H-hool in New Haven. When ho wifs 0,
t. i,.vfl nn an exoresii wiv.-..-
Illl Wl.l. .tj,,.-v .......
or by the New Haven Steamboat cou -,.any,
and a little later he was put m
chow of tho express business both on
the steamboats wnicn w tm--Haven
...id Now York and oti the few
York and New Haven raiiroau.
tho Adams Express company was formed
iu 1804, he was cnoseu
wan to put in charge of the out heru
branch of the company's business. That
was 41 years ago, anu u'""""'" ;
to.u identical with those of the south
ever sine. He remamea m
this brunch until 1861, the year ol ! the
breaking out uf the ciyil war, when the
BoiUhern business of the Adams com
pany was tamed over to ine u. - j
orgauizeHl Southern Express company, of
which he was mane me " , :
a respouHible post which he still fills.
It was Jlir. nam wm.
the place Florida was destined to fill as
a winter resort for the physically fo-fle.
., ,.f l.ia rBRldence
In 1804, I lie nrl " -at.
foulh, he took his wife, who was mJ.ug,
to that state. Her life as prolongo d
for years thereafter by the nnl.l Florida
nir At tho very beginning Mr. Plant
saw the necessity of railroads iu I lorida.
and he was among tne emi.- r
chasers of stocks and bonus issue . y
railroad companies in ueorgm .. x ....
ida, though he cnt no figure as a rail
road manager nutil 1S79.
....... ...Kt. nietnresaue una in
fernal" i ' . ,
teresting iHirtion of his career came w ith
tho breaking out oi me e...
, vHbii of either side.
Jr'lliui wu" " i'" , .if
c...i,,r v-mross eoim.auy hadwist
bt,en established, and it became at once
apparent that the business, and perhaps
11 ; n,o new nonioru-
tho very exisiein... --
tion, was in serious danger. So he went
to Jefferson Da via. president of the (fun-1
federncy. To him the express manager
explained the situation, declanng fnmk
lv that he was not a partisan, but , luy-
..j. it. would be
iug stress on uio "'""." -- -
to the south if the business of the ex
press company could go on miiute.rrnpt
edly. This would hardly be possible,
he added, unless he were personally al
lowed to go wherever he pleased with
. i. ....I,..,, .o wlmtevor.
OU:,. -L;..,.i,,.rlrHii Mr. Plant prepent
hi8 case that Mr. Davis gave him the
desired permission, issuing a pass allow
ing the freest movement through tli
linos, entrance to headquarters at will,
and iu brief extending the greatest im
aginable freedom at all times and in all
ch-cums.anc.es to the bearer. I was hy
reason of this unusual pass that the
Southern Express company was raubled
to continue its business during all the
rears of strife between the north and
he south. In the Texas Express
company was tormea, mm V -
he yet holds, in " iu .... r
Atlantic and Gulf railroad of Georgia,
and then began his career as creator, re
storer and manager of steamer and rail-
m"1 liU!u ; ... I.P.I.! of the-Plant
Iuvestmeut company, which embraces U
railroad corporations, -
K941 ; the Southern and Texas Kxpress
companies, with a n. age ;
and reaching into i '" ,1 "
Plant steamboat and steamship linos.
doing business between tne gun
aurtheWest Indies, and the hi.mc
ports of the United State and the Do
minion of Canada. The Investment com
pany owus four of the great hotels of
Florida, and it stockholders .nd I ditect
ors include such men a. i H. M. Flagler.
M K. Je-sup. W. T. Walters. B. F.
Newcomer, li. B. Haskell and others.
r.rfartir Hi f-pl Who !! TmA
Yltt IIIMlllll.
i A..nt ai.uiHiMi von have any klepto
maniac in -alety ol,liiltii." ooW
New York (Inwiitfer ui...... r
nor, "bin wu have mem in
Tin. Inst gr.t ball 1 went to with my
,l..er laM winter wo worn very ! m -
Wlllll. W!l."..n. "I'"' - --- -- - ,.
dreaallig r.m. tlm en.TKH lor ........
..nt. mid my daughter put them
: . .i. ...i.iiiki.i. wlillu so.
ImiI ween nor V
. ...piii.ti i.i uer or.-j.a-
. . k ... mi., nml no drop
i. mi uii ip.1" i " ri" - .
' . .. . .1... floor, hiii w worn
,HMI IMO a , vnM
..I ... nii mi i ..... im.i. -
IIHM . .
. I l.,,..v,.r not to KWe
U.'l.'r. I. ...-", . "
wraiin, and m m-ut rr a in """"""
..... ..-..,. I,... OIIH1I1IK4'. mill wu
. . ...... ............ bn.i.n. wi.en. i i.i,:,,..
wi'in uii" , . . ...i,
IIihI tlm n.lHkliiwni.n mm K1" '--
for II i. At th.. clone r tlm nan t. ... "
wu went for them the maid In cliargu U, d
mo that Mrs. Ulai.k. one of the ultra fash-
ioiialiU. women or tlm roiir .......... .
pri-mmled tlm l.t cl. k and InnlHt.Hl iitn
1 . . ...!.,,. il vi.nl toller.
my neaiHBiii wn.m ..'...r , .
.... . if,,r,,il of what hml "
n li'D a"" - - . , ,
.... i laanlniror new
curr.il ni in" " , ,
nhwkK, ami tlm visit oi tno miii..r
. in to tlm climkroom,
.1... LorU.Kl liernelf up Into a line frenzy
aim win b. ii " , ,
.ir ,. i.r lan-iinlun at one or tne
i ir'ii ..". .
,rroiit wwlillngs quite ailramatlo iirainn
" . r.'i... t..i.i..i r.r..,ntji wore all ch
tonlatioiiHly displayed to excite the envy
and gratify the oiinoniiyoi -
.... ... . ...... ..i...i...auMui In the room.
.letiamvi. ... , ' "," .-,; Al
Ho naw won Known, i"'7 -..
. ,...i, i,innd Ixiirln ad-
WOTIIIlll k" "i" "' ' , , . ,
miring a-.d oomiiientlnn on the Wityof
everyllilug wim gr. ......... , ,
, .. .. .... .. ,r,,. ,,,, I l.riu-i-let and aorolt-
picK.n. i.i '"""" . .... fl
ly concoaleil II. J -i" -
.'. . .. .i.. n 1,-jLvlnir the house
on iier, .in " . .
to get Into her carriage ho stepped UP to
1.... rl Knl.l. -I..XIUIH. 1.1', ."
......... tn l.-Kvrt vour wed
nfiveil l yo.. ...al',,j" r .
d ng preseiur riiu . -.....
n.-i h.Tw-lf toifetlmr with
Umt c.nHi.miiiat.s alacrity which amount.
I ... ..... u... Ul.fl HH1U. V.l. .T
to sroniiiH in .- m , :
ao I have. Thank you very mu en. v y
iPKKl of you InUo.-.!. li"'"
Hwept hack to the table when) the presents
were displayed mid ilefH.sit.Hi tho bracelet
with tl.o Imix which contained It. the de
tective's eyetaklng It all In with an nmus-
and quizzical exprusniuu. "
ton Post.
ri.. t-vntral Park Moukeyn.
"Thero are 12 varietiiw of monkeyn in
Central park-32 monkeys altogethor,
1 1 f -a.L"
sain mvii " , u,.
" My tavoriio is a iuu." .;.."
alwuvs tries to help me sweep his cage in
tho niornlngs, and fights to get the broom
away from mo. 1 give him a nip over the
head nnd then no proiome. u....
Hut It's only a bluff. Ho wouldn t hurt
anvlKHlv He knows I keep nppies iu ,uy
rxx'-ket "nnd Im knows which pocket they
i v.n,n tvl.i.n he can.
are in, loo, nim " ---
There Is a .lava monkey who used to ring
d.H.rlMills and had to be oent h boMnw
: . . ...i,i.. v.iiinlained of Dim
Ills owner a ... .is."'""' -- ,,
u v..i.,..in ,,..1.1 ston him. Ho
so m urn. " r , ,..
llvwl somewhero d-.wa town, and no mat
ter bow thev til him tip be would break
away and ring tells. He can't ring any
bells now. but he is never quiet.
"Monkcvs don't live long in captivity.
They all die. of lung trouble sooner or later.
" f ......... i.c luxm here nine years,
we nnvo lon2 tbne.
nilt. CIltLL IS ill wvi"'"" . .
minimi. ,nkevborn here
We nave oniy ' - .
that lived. That waa ithout low years
ago, and he lived two yeum.
Sun.
FACTS IN DIGESTION AND
THAT DISTURB IT.
HABITS
"HallTary InillgMtla" and 1,1
Abondunt I- f v"rJr "mM
Strong AeUlt om Crtl toon. OldM
kl,lHhnn lv mnt Cold Wmtrr.
Thirty Mile Crack In the Ice.
A curious phenomenon is reported on
. . in thn middle of the
winter the h o cracks open, the fissure ex-
" J... I . I. .. nil .1 IWIACT.
tending lengthwise oi tne . -exactly
midway between the east and the
west shores. This opening averages from
three to six feet In wuiin aim .
miles long. It occurs every winter regu
larly, and those who are in the habit of
-'. . ..... ....... .... tV.o i,.n make arranffiv
crossing urn "-"- hr
ments to construci iiin.ij -ks
the chasm. Teams of the , Cook aud
Hrowc Lime company, uauiing u.a.
tho CWuinct sho find that the cmck is
j:..... hnth k des. and when
nf staHTron, bo7h shores at the same
cln tlm m;d,.e;f Vhe lake. The only
explanation of the matter is u.
tromocold cusi t he ico to contrac. t ant.
thecmtnrtion being equal in the whole
mass it causes tho owning in the middle.
Milwaukee Wisconsin.
ivpf H arrow.
Hoef marrow taken from soup bones and
round steaks is excellent for cooking pur.
poses It should be taken from the bones
aHoonas possible, cut in small pieces
. .... i ctr,n inr. sot in a pan
put ram t fimmCT
of water ana piaceu um. t It
. 111 kA tlinPIWIIV IN 111 I IlllAVUl
mntiv ttiH' "'""v" - v
elioul'd be taken up and strained ithwngh
thin cloth into a clean pan, .' o.-- -few
minutes, then pressed into small jars
and securely tied up.
Treated thus, marrow will keep tor
months in a cool place, and will be found
very delicate for shortening. Beef suet
TOry . a ,.i..red in the same
may oo em H '"'"""" j o- h.
w,vv When used, H preiorni., . -
mUed with jKirk drippings or other soft
nastrv nnu ciikiw, v.. --- --- -
ing croquettes, potatoes and doughnuts.
New Vort lJispaijiK
The Difference In Day
A "solar day" is measured by the rota
tion of the irt h upon Its axis a u
diffoivnt lengths, owing i i"" "p '
.i u ' ..Hur nun t ii iitir t,icj'.
IcaVday-cimencesat
noon and is counted from ine unt
h0UTS: . .. .t, midnlKht
. . N......i". thoflrst, tothe twelfth
hour.nftheflrsthourof
the day till the twemn ai, uiis-u
11 Li i..i Hr" nstMl by ship cap
. .inB ..i" c few others, is
tains. .""'-"- nnlv that the
counttKi as "'v . .
riH-koning Is licgun at noon, as with tne
"aXnomical d..y."-St. LouU Ropublie.
Remembered One Thing.
Mrs. McSwat-Ifs so, Billiuger. The
. . mf nnssawsed at a
bride ts wa,... --r-- .
wedding than tne grooms. -
Sow whether you were standin g on your
head or your lee wneu w .-."
Ymi can't recall a single distinct imprca-
6iMrf McSwat-Yes, I can I
remember your nose was awfully cold.-
Chicagp Tribune j
When TrlpleU Are Welcome.
Tom There's one time in a man's life
whi n he is glad to see triplets, all girls.
PICK w ncn ." y"j , .
TomWhen he's playing poker and is
dealt three queens. ijw '"e
ti, .....aMitr of carefully chewing tho
food In popularly eonnid(ired to rout npon
the ttdvisability or wparmnig
small ixn-tioiiH, no that when it reaches
tlie Htomai h it inuy be ne.iicr
npou by tho Kiuitrio jnicfl. But impor
tant no this to, thero lo anoinor reason
namely, tho n.wsity of mixing the food
well with the saliva, wnicn nas
part to play in the digestive organo, It
is jtwt M nwt'jmary therefore to chew
focsto that ore already minced or pnl-
veriwxl as those that win ire aeparuwuu
with the teeth, and failure to do so prop
erly rwralts in limigiioa. u
Medicine an inw!rcimg tui
with tho evito resulting from imperf
tuustica.tion, which it calls "SaUyary
lndigoHtion.
At the outset our attention is calte
to the fact that accurate knowledge on
the snbjt wan for a time actually ob
senred by an important d'WMjyerT;
Lew-ho, nbont 60 years ago, found Umt
saliva converts Htarcb into sugar. To
this fact indeed its value to due, since
thegastrio juico will not dig(t starch
directly. But eince the saliva will not
act niKin starch thus when rendered
acid it was at once concluded that it
could have no useful digestive qualities,
since the food remained such a short
time in the mouth and the gastric juice
of the stomach is powerfully acid. Ee
cent investigations have shown, how
ever, that at the beginning of digestion.
.i. i ,.,,i...i..u no free acid, and that
1113 .'"" -'.-.--
the digestive power of saliva goes on in
creasing till its alkaliue qualities ore
actually neutralized. Hence it has half
an hour or so to act ample time for its
purpose. The article goes on to say:
"During the half or three-quarters or
an hour w hich intervenes between the
swallowing of the food and the produc
tion of a degree of acidity sufficient to
prevent the action upon the starch
of freenydro-
inroog" i"D ttiy .
chloric acid very active conversion of ,
. . ... .1 T ,U 4r-A hail
starch is taKing piace. " -
been thoroughly masticated, so that
is broken up into ime isu.i". 7
insuring an admixture or an a"""""""
quantity of saliva, tne great kuiui -starch
elements of the food will be ren
dered soluble byconversion into dex
trin, even if not completely converted
into sugar, thus setting free the nitrog
enous elements Tvhich maybe acted
npon by the gastric juice in their turn.
"It must not be forgotten also that
the saliva is the most active peptogen
that is, the presence of saliva in the
stomach, in connection with the food,
stimulates glandular activity on the part
of the stomach, whereby an active and
abundant supply of gastric juice is pro;
dnced. . ' V '
I. A nnMwrranwnf ualivarT lnttlKeStiOlt
which we should mention to the abun
dant use of sweets. In order that the
saliva shall exercise its properties ef
ficiently it is necessary that it should
act in a suitable medium. A tempera
ture of 100 degrees and an alkaline ec
neutral reaction are necessary for prompt
and vigorous action on the part of the
saliva upon the farinaceous elements of
food. A low temperature hinders this
action and acidity stops it altogether;
The presence of a large amount of sugar
also hinders the action of the saliva.
"It is thus evident that the copious
drinking of cold water, or the taking of
iced foods in connection with meals, w
a means of producing salivary indiges-
rm.. .. ...... oHviriff fluids. SUCh
tlOU. i-ue ' .
as vinegar, in connection with cerear
foods, is equally ODjecuouauic iw.B
could be more absurd than the combina
tion of strong acids with vegetable ele
ments, as in pickles. This is probably
the reason why so many persons find
themselves unable to use acid frmts
without fermentation. The acidity may
be sufficient to neutralize the action ot
the saliva upon the starch.
s "Evidently it is not only psycholog
ically absurd to add sugar to farinaceous
io tho Ktaroh. which composes
iumia, ' t
vw .i, -unoitrVit. nf these foods, is all
converted into sugar in the Process of
digestion, but the practice is a.o ewj
injurious, since it prevents the normal
action of the saliva upon the starch, fix
this way sugar, preserves, sweet sauces,
wi,nor ir cream, cakes and otn-
UyiUCV.,vuv.j , - '
er sweets are in the highest degree con
ducive to salivary indigestion. m
sequences of salivary indigestion are:
Aoid fermentations, heartburn, stomach
and intestinal oolic, dilation of the
stomach, catarrh of the stomach and
many evil effects arising irom iuowcuu-
ditions. .
"The remedy for salivary muiou.
consists in prohibiting sweets, ices and
i : nu t-i an f u T.f
soft foods ana retiumus
masticate thoroughly every parwcie
food swallowed. In many cases it is wen
to aid the process of salivary digestion
by exposing the cereal food substances
to the prolonged action of heat, thereby
converting the starch into dextrin, ren
dering it more readily soluble, and hence
more readily acted upon by the saliva.
ifthaok are invaluable ar-
tides of foisd for u,? in cases of this sort.
The malt preparations are useful as pal
liatives in some cases, but it should be
remembered that it is wrong to become
dependent upon any artificial digestive
agent.
Tarn About.
worried about
IHIUIUO J"- m -mr
the future of the country for?' asked Mr.
Smiggles. "Haven't yon got enough to
bother you right here at home?"
"Yes, John," sne answer, -thought
that after 25 years of married
life it was about time for me to take my
turn at saving the country, while you
did some, of the speculating on where
the Vindling ana grouwjr u.uuw
coming from. "Washington Star.
! i
I'!
Si
-""Hill, 1 1111.1 oj-v - .
tolwKiu with, but now 1
Mrii I'rooiouii tim w