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W a tc h
A d u lte r a tio n «.
The work o f different experim ent sta
be supplied. , I will see your lawyers
some day. and settle It.”
tions has shown that a large number o f
"See them at once, Richard: see them
foreign seeds are contained in clover
at once. I am no man o f business, you
and a lfalfa seed, iududiug the dod
know, but I think you will find all
ders. which are so destructive to alfal-
fu, and a large number o f had weod
Richard, however, put off the visit
pests like the narrow plantain, wild
B y M A R C U S
C L A R K B
from day to day. H e desired to have as
mustard and a host o f new weeds.
little to do with lawyers as possible.
Oue Impure sample o f last year's sup
H e had resolved upon his course of ac-
H e would get money from his
ply contained thirty-two species o f fo r
mother for Immediate needs, and w*hen
eign seeds, including both »peclea of
C H A P T E R X X IV .—*Continued.)
escaped— the bondage of enforced eoin- t that mother died he would assert his
dodder, the plantains, many common
£ 0 ;
Between Eaglehawk mnl Signal Hill panionahip with an unloved woman. The
weeds, three species o f Western wteils
G r a n a r y a l l b E le v a to r .
were, for the abscooders, other danger*. opportune death of one of her assigned for drawing rooms, dear mother.” he
that are new in Ohio and as many
Here’s a plan of granary to hold 3.0W
Along the indented coast of Port Buuehe servants enabled Sarah Purfoy to in
European weeds that have been here
■were conatables' stations, and to avoid stall the escaped convict in hia room. In i about my return. Give me a corner to bushels o f g ra in ; the walls are of stone,
tofore unknown lu this State. A t least
them it would be necessary to make a the strange state of society which pre
and an elevator U arranged to work
circuit into the scrub. Unwilling as he vailed of necesaity in New South Wales Devine, with a loving, tender pity, for by horse power. A granary to hold a dozen new weeds have been Intro
duced Into Ohio In a lfa lfa seed during
was to lose time, John Hex saw that to at that period, it was not unusual for which John Rex could not altogether
S.OOO bushels will require to be 22
attempt to run the gauntlet of these assigned servants to marry among the account, consented, and “ Mr. Rictuird"
half as many years.
four stations would be destruction. He free settlers, and when it was heard
W hile this Is unacceptable It Is still
ranged his men in single file; and, quit that Mrs. Purfoy, the widow of a whal
more so to get only black medlck (y e l
high. This w ill also allow for a pas
ting the road near Norfolk Hay. made ing captain, had married John Carr, her
low tre fo il) plants ns many have dene,
•traight for the Neck. A fter nearly two storekeeper, transported for embezzle fections were, therefore, to be lightly sage across the middle of the building 8
where supposed ulfalfn seed was sown.
hours of painful progress. Jemmy Vetch ment, and with two years of his sen
feet wide, which w ill give access to all
•topped and whispered them to approach« tence yet to run, no one expressed sur had his own suite of rooms, his ow-n of the bins and can be used for cleaning In these times o f high-priced
They were ou a sandy rise. T o the le£* prise.
Indeed, when, the year after, servants, his own bank account, and was giain, as well as storing small Imple there is temptation to adulterate with
was a black object— a constable’s hin John Carr blossomed as an “ expiree,” merry.
cheap seeds like the black medlck, etc.,
Thus taken upon trust,-Mr. Richard ments. The floor should be raised four
to the right waa a dim white line— the master of a fine wife and a fine fortune,
which have very slight value as forage
ocean; in front was a row of lamps there were many about him who would
plants with us; there Is like disposi
and convenient for loading grain, as
and between every two lamps leaped have made his existence in Australia
tion to offer seeds with many weed
well as to provide for the elevator, and
| and ran a dusky, indistinct body. Jem pleasant enough. But John Hex had no
seeds, at low prices. Both these dan
my Vetch pointed with his lean fore notion of remaining longer than he could So admirably did he spend it, that Fran belting below the floor. The walls be
gers are real. Intending purchasers o f
cis W ade became at last alarmed at the
help, and ceaselessly sought means of
frequent drafts, and urged his nephew to ing of stone, should be 13 feet high, such seeds w ill do well to be assured of
“ The dogs!”
escape from his second prison house. For
this will provide for 4 feet below the
Instinctively they crouch down, lest a long time his search was unsuccess bring M b affairs to a final settlement.
floor, one foot for floor, then 8 feet to
even at that distance the two sentries, ful. Much as she loved the scoundrel, Richard Devine— in Paris, or Hamburg,
Shlpplnix l i n y t o D e a le r s .
so plainly visible in the red light of the Sarah Purfoy did not scruple to tell him
During the last two years a number
got to attack business, and Mr. Francis over the bins. There should be a. stone
guard house fire, should see them.
that she had bought him, and regarded
W ade grew more and more anxious. The center wall lengthwise under the floor or rogues In different sections o f the
“ W ell,” said Gabbett, “ what’s to be him as her property. H e knew that if
poor gentleman positively became 111 to carry the floor Joists, which will ho country have been offering a considera
he made any attempt to escape from his
through the anxiety consequent upon his
As he spoke, a long, low howl broke marriage bonds, the woman who had
12 feet long and match on middle wall. ble advance on the market price o f hay
nephew's dissipations. “ I wish, my dear
from one of the chained hounds, and the risked so much to save him would not
and thousands of tons have been ship
whole kennel burst into hideous outcry. hesitate to deliver him over to the au Richard, that you would let me know
ped to these people for which the pro
what to do,” he wrote, “ t wish, my
John Hex, who perhaps was the brav thorities.
ducer received little or no return. With
dear uncle, that you would do what you
est of the party, shuddered. “ They have
hay, as with other articles o f farm
I know you don’ t care for me now,
amelled us,” he said.
“ W e must go John, she said, with grim complacen think best,” was the nephew’s reply.
produce. It Is usually best to sell it as
Make for the right-hand side of cy; ‘ but your life is in my hands, and
uear home as possible. In every farm
easy tsking of matters In the beginning
the jetty. I think I see a boat there. It if you desert me I will bring you to the
Not that he had a suspicion of Rex, but
ing center there are reliable dealers
F Is our only chance now. W e can never gallows.”
that he remembered that Dick waa al
who w ill pay a fair price for such pro
break through the station.
ways a looae fish. H e grew pale and
In vain. In hit secret eagerness to be
ready? Now! All together.”
ducts and pay spot cash for them. True,
hollow eyed. Hia digestion was impair
Gabbett was fast outstripping the oth- rid of her. he raged and chafed.
they sell them ut an advance, hut It Is
ed. H e ceased to take the Intereet in
J iers by some three feet of
distance, waa tied hand and foot. She held big
almost Impossible for the grower to
j j There were eleven dogs, two of which
GRANARY W ITH POWER ELEVATOR.
reach these outside sources o f demand,
cle demanded. In a word, he grew de
I were placed on stages set out in the than doubled it. She waa all-powerful,
hence he can better afford to let the
water, and they were so chained that
local dealer make a dollar or two than
f Jtheir muzzles nearly touched. The giant or some lucky accident should rid him In life. Lady Ellinor saw a change In the roof should be a third pitch.
lie can to take any chances In shipping
l*l)eaped into the line, and with a blow of of her and leave him free to follow out her brother. She wrote a long letter to
Following Is the required material:
the scheme he had matured. “ Once rid Mr. Richard, who was at Paris, and
himself, nnd especially to people af
jsi*Chis ax split the skull of the beast on his
of her,” he thought. In hia solitary rides begged him to come over at once. Mr.
This action unluckily took him
1,670 feet flooring, inch, to be laid whom he knows nothing. The writer
over the station of which he was the Richard replied that some horse racing
Iw ith in reach of the other dog, which
yearly sells his surplus hay to a local
nominal owner, “ the reat is easy. I shall matter of great Importance occupied his double.
^seized him by the thigh.
50 Joists for floor, 2 Inches by 12 liveryman and gets the cash on d eliv
“ F ire !” cried McNab, from the other
ery. Opportunities offer to bale It and
of shipwreck, and shall doubtless be re town house on the 14th, and would "go Inches, 12 feet long. 1,000 feet.
pdde of the lamps.
ceived with open arms by the dear Into matters." “ I have lost a good deal
19 Joists over head, 2 inches by 2 ship to the city at an advance on the
The giant uttered a cry of rage and
mother from whom I have been go long of money lately, my dear mother,” said Inches, 24 feet long, 610 feet.
local price, but we have figured that
^ ipain, and fell with the dog under him.
parted. Richard Devine shall have his Mr. Richard, “ and the present will he a
our labor, time and element of risk In
|/lt was, however, the dog that had pulled own again.”
650 feet lumber for bins, one Inch.
good opportunity to make a final settle
th in mi down, anil the musket ball intended
26 studs, 4 Inches by 4 Inches, 8 feet the latter proposition Is not warranted
The fact was that John Rex,
One day the chance came to him. ment.”
by the higher price, so we "le t well
taiLlor *1*m ,,ru r*t Traver* In the jaw. The
now three years in undisturbed posses long.
linhappy villain fell.
enough alone,” and It generally pays to
13 squares shingles.
sion, considered that the moment had
Gabbett clutohed the mastiff's throat
do this.— Indianapolis News.
arrived for the carrying off at one swoop
150 feet Inch lumber for doors.
rith Iron hand, and foreed him to looae and, taking two horses, reached Sydney, of the whole of the fortune be had gam
40 rafters, 2 inches by 6 Inches, 16
H e.it F a r m H a n d * .
Li* hold; then bellowing with fury, seiz and obtained passage In a vessel bound bled for.
ed his ax. and »prang forward, mangled
Labor on farms is nearly always
The town house of Mr. Richard De-
Having escaped from thralldom, John
T o arrange an elevator for horse pressing after spring opens, but It is
.♦¡a he Tin. upon the neareat «oldier.
vine was decorated in conformity with
'Jemmy Vetch had been beforehand with Hex proceeded to play for the great the tastes of its owner. The pictures power, a hopper that will hold at least difficult to secure capable help. There
<ilm. Uttering a low snarl of hate, he stake of his life with the utmost caution. were pictures, of horses; the books were 50 bushels should be sunk in the floor
are many excellent opportunities for
9 tjred . and »hot the »entry through the This was the tale he hit upon: He had records of races, or novels purporting close to the door and at oue side to
.*'ea»t. The other* rualied through the been saved from the burning Hydaspea to describe sporting life. Mr. Francis empty grain for the wagon. The ele boys to secure good homes and fair
'*>w broken cordon and made headlong by a vessel hound for Rio. Ignorant of Wade, waiting for the coming o f his vator is an ordinary built elevator with wages If they are w illing to serve a
the death of Sir Richard, and prompted
r the boat.
nephew, sighed as he thought of the cul buckets standing upright and In the year on farms in the endeavor to learn.
B ‘(»"F o o ls !” cried ilex, behind them. "Ton by the pride which was known to he a tured quiet of North End House.
It may be mentioned that, while many
rear corner of center bin. The box at
F ¡A v e wasted a »hot! I.ook to your left!” leading feature of his character, he had
that “ anybody can work on
•phUBurgexs hurried down the tram-road determined not to return, until fortune gown. Three yesrs of good living had bottom o f elevator must be close on the a farm,” the fact is that even a large
A e k 1 *lis men, had tarried at Signal H ill should have bestowed upon him wealth deprived his figure of its athletic beauty. ground to be connected with the deliv
j W ly long enough to looae the surprised at least equal to the Inheritance from H e was past forty years of age. and the ery hopper by a spout, with sufficient number o f laborers accustomed to farm
lard from their bonds, and taking the which he had been ousted. In Spnnish sudden cessation from severe bodily toil slope that the grain will run freely. ing are undesirable. The best farm
lengloody Island boat, was pulling with a America he had striven to accumulate had increased R ex’s natural proneness to 1 he elevator w ill discharge well above hands are those who require no super
h crew to the Neck. The re-enforce- that wealth In vain. As traveler, specu
vision, thus relieving the employer of
fa [•nt was not ten yarda from the jetty. lator, sailor, he had toiled for fourteen fat. and Instead of being portly he had the upper Joists Into u hopper In the
the necessity of leaving his personal
Worn out and
t h i_ e Crow saw the danger, and. flinging years, and had failed.
with the frequent application of hot and
nel-shaped spout Is attached, that can duties in order to look after the help.
_.’“ iself Into the water, desperately seiz-
corner of English earth In which to lay rebellious liquors to his blood. His hands lie shifted to deliver Into any of the
f McNab’s boat.
Ontlet f o r D r a in .
were swollen, and not so steady as of
L fln with you for your lives!” he cried. his weary bones. The tale was plausible yore. His whiskers were streaked with bins. The horse power should be plac
One of the most common as well as
yVnother volley from the guard spnt-
Ills eyes, bright and ed at the end o f the granary, and driv most efficient protections for the outlet
»1 the water around the fugitives, but armed at all points. There waa little black as ever, lurked In a thicket of en by a belt or shaft, passing through
of a main drain is a plank box with
“the darkness the ill-aimed bullets fell
crow's feet. H e had become premature an opening In the wall left for the pur
wire bars placed vertically across the
jhnlesa. Gabbett swung himself over Osprey, the man who had lived in Chili, ly bald. H e spoke with assumed heart
pose. The details can be all worked
and “ cut out" cattle on the Carrum
7 ' ‘ sheets and selxed an oar.
out by a mechanic, oue essential is to
•Ob ( ’ox. Bodenham. Greenhill!
Now. Plains, would prove lacking In knowl ease.
edge of riding, seamanship, or Spnnish
have plenty o f slope for the delivery
s u m ’1 ll“ r
Jump, Tom. Jump!” and
™llurgesa leaped to land, Cornelius was customs. Moreover, he had determined Delighted to see you. Have you break hopper to box at foot o f elevator, even
gged over the stern, and the whnle-
fasted?— of course you have. I was up if It should be sunk Into the ground a
floated Into deep water. McNab, hia knowledge of human nature.
rather late last night. Quite sure you little.— Montreal Star.
The will under which Richard Devine won't have anything?
„.jjfOig thla, ran down to the wnter side
No— then ait
F e e t o f t h e I lo r w e .
Inherited had been made when the tes down and tell me all the news o f Hamp
Id the commnndant.
T o get the most from a horse Its feet
B a , V.ift her over the bar. men!” he tator was in the first hopeful glow of stead.”
By its terms I,ady Devine
^ "■ Ite d . “ With a will— so!" And, rnis- paternity.
“ Thank you, Richard." said the old must he kept in proper coudltion; not
“ j^ n twelve atrong arms, the pursuing was to receive a life Interest of three gentleman, a little stiffly, "but I want only well aud proi>erly shod, but cared
thousand a year in her husband's prop some serious talk with you. What do lo r by Che owner in the mutter of clean-
T K " ; slid across the isthmus.
¡7 w g)*Sieii. f " r il" 1 i'rsl time, the six pris- erty— which was placed In the hands of you intend to do with the property? liuess.
The beginning of such care
■ J , fairly in the net again, became two trustees until her eldest son died, This indecision worries me. Either re
yl prt Te that John Hex was not among or attained the age o f twenty-five years! lieve me of my trust, or be guided by should be the clean stable; that is, the
end about two Inches apart Such a
When either of these events should oc my advice.”
■ a fe r
cur. the property was to be realised,
"W ell, the fact la,” said Richard, with nothing is worse for the horse to stand box should be made of 2-lneh plank.
When 12 feet long and large enough to admit
** o’clock tile next morning the I.ady Devine receiving a sum of a him! a very ugly look on his face. “ I am much tu for any considerable time.
n K 'y
stood out to aea with ev- dred thousand pounds, the remainder go pushed for money. The fact is. that— the horse comes in from a day of work of the Insertion o f the tile Into the
Mltltch of canvas act alow and aloft. ing absolutely to the son. If living. The that I am thinking of selling every in the fields, which are soft, or from a
upper end. A protection o f this kind
Isklpper'a Ashing had come to an trustees appointed were I,ady Devine's thing.”
hard drive on muddy roads, look after serves a double purpose. It prevents
<Tn ha cootlnned.l
aw I H# had caught a shipwrecked sea- father. Col. Wotton Wade, and Mr. Si
its feet aud legs. Each hoof should be small animals from entering the drain
H who had been brought on board at las Kuaid, Sir Richard's solicitor. Col.
A cco u n ted F o r.
looked over carefully aud cleaned, and and will not be damaged by frost
•^ght and waa then at hreakfaat In Wade, before hia death, had appointed
Church— I saw a funny picture o f the legs should be groomed as carefully
■jjikbin. The crew winked at each his own son. Mr. Francis Wade, to act
s m o k t n s M e a t.
When Mr. Quaid died your friend Flatbush to-day. H e had us the sides. Then there are the por
when the haggard mariner, attired In hia stead.
The best fuel for smoking meats Is
c o !| torments that seemed remarkably Francis Wade continued alone In his his right hand stretched out above his tions o f the coat which are covered by
green hickory or maple wood, smoth
thltJpreaerTed, mounted the aide. But trust. Sir Richard's sister and her hus head.
the harness which ought to have good
®Tnone o f them, were In a position to band, Anthony Frere, of Bristol, were
Gotham— Yes. he told me about that. care each time the horse is brought Into ered with sawdust of the same mate
" 'j.it y e r t the skipper's statement,
long «g o dead, and their representative,
It seems Just as the photographer was the barn. First o f all, see that the har rial. Hardwood of any kind Is prefer
f f h e r e are we bound for?” asked Maurice Frere, content at last in the |
to take It he called to Flatbush ness fits well, then, after unharnessing able to soft wood.
u<kRex. ‘T m entirely In your hands lot that fortune had sent him. had given |
should never be used, as they are like
■ m orthy Blunt.”
up all thought of meddling with his tin- to move up a little. Flatbush forgot wipe o ff the places touched by the har
F V orders are to cruise about the cle’s business. John Rex. therefore. In himself, thought tie was an a ear and ness, using a moist rag or sponge. If ly to Impart bad flavors to the products.
the person of the returned Richard, had reached for a strap."— Yonkers States there Is any suspicion o f a rubbing, Corncobs are the best substitutes for
I 1 j>* grounds until 1 meet my con
S<J!* returned Blunt, "and put
you hut two persona to satisfy— Mr. ¿’ ran man.
look to the cause at once and remove hardwood and may be used If desired.
She'll take you back to d s Wade and Lady Devine.
A c c o r d io n ; t o t h e B o o k .
I t T here Is no time in the work days Soft woods and corncobs give off large
I'm rlctualed for a twrlve-
This he fonnd to he the easiest task
Miles— By the way, old man, do you o f the horse when good care and watch amounts of carbon In burning, and this
si< '» trip.”
Is deposited on the meat, making it
Francis W ade was an invalid believe In dreams?
fulness w ill do so much to keep him In
I p t ! " cried Hex, clapping hi* pre
virtuoso, who detested business, and
dark In color and o f rank flavor. Juni
I/- l I 0,1 th* ^ack. "I'n i bound to gut whose ambition was to he known as a
per berries and fragrant woods are
|Qjj Iney »ornehow; hut. a« the l'hili*
man of taste. The possessor of a small a month ago I dreamed that an angel bard spring work.
sometimes added to the Are to flavor
! * • «broad. I may aa well tarry in Independent income, he hatl resided at appeared at my bedside and said. "P r e
F op C »H o ® »e d
S h o n ld e r *.
till my beard be grown. Don’t North End ever since his father's death. pare fo r the worst," then disappeared.
A farm er In North Dakota gives hia
It m f scriptural quotation,“ he When, at hi# sister's urgent wish, he
G r o w in g T a ta .
Miles— W ell?
method o f treatment and cure o f cal-
Inspirited by creature comfort*. assumed the sole responsibility of the
Nut growing Is profitable, but It re
«»lies— The very next day our rook loused shoulders o f work horses in the
Jcure a mid at hia purchaaed friend*, estate, he put all the floating capital
quires years to bring a nut tree to a
■art you that I've hatl the very into three per cents, and was content to left ami my w ife has been doing the Dakota Farmer, which he says he has
stage of growth where it w ill pay weil •
fliffbiua Instruction. Indeed. it ia see the Interest accumulate. Lady De- cooking ever since.
used w ith uniform success, as fo llo w s :
hence only young farmers are Induced
owing to my worthy spiritual vine had never recovered the shock of
K e p t 111* W o r d .
And master that I am enable«! th circumstances attending Sir Richard's
to devote land In that direction. W al
Biggs— Old Brown died last night.
this very villainous tobacco of death, and clinging to the belief In her
nuts. chestnuts and butternuts w ill |m
Diggs— W ell, he was a man o f hia another «lit at right angles across the rrove with cultivation. In a few year,
f ,it the preaeut moment.”
son's existence, regsrded herself as the
mere guardian of hia Interests, to be word, anyway.
walnut trees w ill be so scarce that the
r ilA P T K H X X V .
Biggs— W hat do you mean by that? th# filling to allow for callous. A fte r farmer who has a grove w ill aecure his
displaced at any moment by his sudden
llo»t »on of Sir Richard Devine return. The retired pair lived thus to
D iggs— F orty years ago he proposed soaking face o f collar In warm water
■ turned to England and mad* gether. and spent <n charity and bric-a- to an aunt o f mins and declared he I lay the front part, where cuts hare own price therefor, the timber being
l hi» name and fortune. In other brac about a fourth of their mutual in couldn't live I f »he refused him.
been made, on a plank or something
f U o h n R e» had successfully car
come. By both o f them th* return of
T h u n d e r S to m a s a n d S o a r M i l k
Biggs — And did she refuse him?
it the scheme by which he had the wanderer was hailed with delight.
D iggs— Y es: and now. true to bta
The primary cause of sour milk Is
the rights of his old convict T o I.ady Devine It meant the realliatlon
hammer, till a sufficient hollow ha« the growth of certain bacteria that are
o f a lifelong hope. T o Francis Wade It word. Brown has ceased to live.
This plan w ill
1^1 Rex often wondered
the meant relief from the responsibility of T h e y G o W h e r e t h e F t s h t n « ' . G o « « . whether collar has been used with or always very numerous In the a ir and
] cannot be kept out o f the milk. These
le a s e with which he had carried looking after another person'* money.
"W h ere do wicked little hoys go to without pad.
Then when the horse are rnoet abundant during damp, heavy
“ I shall not think of interfering with
ponstrous and seemingly difficult
arraugemetita which you have mads, who ftah on S u n d a y r asked a teacher 'come# In from work I bathe the callous weather, which usually
r eture A fte r he was landed lq tha
j |n w ater aa hot as can be born# and
my dear uncle,” said Mr. John Rsx, on In a Sunday school.
ky the Teasel which Sarah Pur
thunder storms; as such weather It par-
sent to save him, ha fonnd him
ticularly favorable to their develop
i r e to a bondage scarcely lees would be most ungrateful of ms to do to. i prompt reply o f a boy.— Boaton Tran- ( plan worth trying, and I w ill guarantee
ment Hence, the popular notion that
han that from which ha had i
| the collar w ll not be Injured.*
thunder storm« maks milk sour.
for The Term of His Natural Life
íe w k k c t
n . v
1009— siege of Jerusalem began h, J
IV., King of ( U | J
1481— Execution of consprators to a
sinate Lorenzo dl Meiliei.
1568— Count d’Egmont end CouDt n j
beheaded at Brusse's.
162£— I'etltlon of Right passed.
throne of Sweden.
X IV .
1660— Marriage of Louis XIV, »¡ft .„I
1689— Coronation of William III. „ J
Mary I I. of England.
1742— Peace of Breslau.
1766— James Otis propne-1 an Amerlcul
Congress in Massachusetts Aasemblj.l
1776— Richard Henry Lee cSerod hit!
famous resolution lu the Continental|
Congress declaring :be colonies ft»I
and Independent; seconded by John!
Adam s... .Committee appointed by I
Continental Congress to draw up |
Declaration of Independence.
1783— First balloon ascvision made with I
heated air at Annonay, France.
1795— Luxemburg surrendered to th» I
1798— Malta taken by Napoleon....Unit
ed Irishmen repulsed at New Ron
with great loss.
1808— Joseph Bouapar’ a made King of
1811— Venezuela procl limed her inde
1815— Germanic confederation constitut
ed by treaty of Vienna.
1821—-Provisional government establish
ed in Greece.
1833— B la c k
and companions rt-
1840— Accession of Frederick William
IV. of Prussia.
1844— Treaty for ann.-xution of Tens
rejected by United S'a tea Senate.
1851—-Vigilance committee o'ganiied in
1854— Treaty of Washington signed.
1855— Capture of Mansion earthworks
at Sebastopol, by the French....
American (K now Nothing) council
met at Philadelphia.
1857— Mutiny at Gawnpote, India.
1862—-Memphis, Tenn., taken by tbs
Federals.. . .U. S. Congress recognis
ed independence of Ilayti and Li
1864— Gen. John C. Fremont accepted
presidential nomination and resigned
from arm y .. . .Morgan, uith 3,000
men, commenced bis doling raid
through Kentucky. . . . I ee repulsed
Federals at battle of Trevillian Sta
1865— Galveston taken by the Federala;
last port to surrender.
1866— Proclamation by President John
son against invasion of Canada by
crowned King of Hungary.
1869— Col. Crane, U. S. A., killed by
Col. Yerker at Jackson, Miss.
1870— Great fire of Constantinople.
between United States
squadron under Admiral Rodgers and
1877— Business portion of Galveston,
Texas, destroyed by fire.
1878— Colliery explosion in Lancashire,
England; 240 persons killed.
1880— Mount Vesuvius railway formal
ly opened.. . .Steamboats Narragsn-
sett and Stonington collided in Long
Island sound; thirty lost
1881— Eighteen hundred suild'ngs burn
ed in city of Quebec.
1884— Samuel J. Tilden declined nomina
tion for President.
1886— Home Rule bill defeated in Parlia
1888— Great fire at Hull, Ontario; 2,500
1889— Great fire in Seattle, Wash.
1891— Corner stone of new c'ty hall •«
St. Louis laid.
1892— Bob Ford, murderer of Jesse
James, shot at Creede, Colo.
1894— U. S. Senate pasied Sugar Trust
b ill. . . . President Gonzalei of Para
guay deposed and barushed. . . ■ Mulal
Abdul proclaimed Sn'tan of Morocco-
1897— President visited Nashvilla Cen
1005— Dissolution of union of Sweden
and Norway proclaimed by Norwe
Japan agreed to a peace parley, and
the President selected Portsmouth*
N. H., as the place of meeting.
V ein raed (o r A rteries.
Dr. Alexis Carrel and Dr. O C. Gnth-
l*1“ Chicago university physiolog
ical laboratory, have completed experi
ments upon dogs showing the possibility
f ' tutin* , *,e veins for srteries as
i!C* rTTin* vessels.
whether similar operations couia be used
*UW>M* upon the human body Is «no
* , u' v^'ch the prominent physician«
who have discussed tha subject during the
week differ. The experimenters say th*«
dii» “ vthod must be further tasted before
being employed on man.