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LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22,
8
TO HELP MANKIND IN WAR
Possible Use to Which Birds and
Brutes May Be Put
IN
MILITARY OPERATIONS
Iwallowi
o Be Sarsr
Pigeons as Carriers
Said
Thin
How Elephants aiJ Pif Are Emploveif?The
Cooie Not So Stupid When It Is
Doing Ujuu-j Duty
'
Is just about as firmly IQOitod; perhaps indeed mere so. If a man .is unhappy uftei
death, his relatives aire constantly rcsninded of the fact by his 'freqivent appoHaanccs
to them, and until thoy havo done. t-'iii:
very utmost to perform the duty wltich ho
left unfulfilled thoy are liabte to be annoyed by his visitations, which, hciwever,
cease when it Is u-.ituiiplianed. The transmigration of snirits: kite the bodies of animals is another article a>apeaeantfeoMe4,
The writer has known a servant luaid who
left a situai lon when sin* was happy nnd
comfortable because on her way into town
sho was obliged to pass a largo black retriever dog, whioh sihci vowed was possessed of au evil spirit.
Tho banshee is boltowd in universally.
It is tlio spirit by whir* death is foretold.
Its cry, which resemble*; tho howling of a
dog* in pain, but froim which it cau be
readily distinguished by a true born son of
the soil, is repeated thro* nights in succession, ami forebodee centals doaah.
It is
said that the spirit takes the form of a little white robed woman vtith flaxen hair,
which she is busily engaged in combing
whilo emitting her disn wl death wail.
Should a mortal approach her sho vanishes, but if he attempts to touch her she
hurls her comb vindictively at him, and he
falls a victim.?Chicago Di spatch.
SAVED BY A COLLISION
BY
TOLD
AN
ENGINEER
it Refused to Do Good Work and Butler
Was Mad
When Ho Knew of the Operator's Ovcrsijht
:i \u25a0 Changed His Mind About the
Ponderous Machine
giuo wanted constant company day and
night in order to give the best ..peed lti
her. He told me that he hud loft his elrNO. 123 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
gieo alono several times iv tberoußdheuse
at night, just to peeve to himself that lie The Oldest Dispensary on t!to ona*t. Eatabl! th id
made no mistake in hi< belief, and that be 25 years. In all PttIVATK l',sa',.:; Ok
dnotorhad ju.-.; made a remark that nettled me quite a little. I had asked him if
lhiiv wero a*yorders at Maricopa. He
auswerod, 'Xone, exoept to try to got to
Yunui in timo for dinner.' whioh was pure
sarcasm, for if wo mads our running timo
wo would bo therein time for breakfast.
Well, my heart was clean down in my
boots, and when I chut off f:io llwatlll going inlo Big Wells I found the wntor so
low in the toilet that something had to
The Inexplicable Freaks of a
Freight Locomotive
1896.
DR. LIEBIG & CO.'S WORLD'S DISPENSARY
ny.
tovariably made peer time and bad much
trouble with tho machinery for several
days afterward.
"The locomotive engineers hero think
a heap moro of their efJglnetth.au the eastMany a man out hero will
ern engineers.
stick to au old engine after it has become
so worn and oM as to be dangerous, because ho oak't lbear to give up his old machine, I suppose the memory of the plains
und hundreds of miks we travel on the
plains without rueinz .villages and cities as
the engineers do In the eastern states
makes the western men more attached tic
their engines. ?Los Angeles Cor. New
-
ho dnno for the pump before we could
leave that, statiou, us there wus then a
heat grade 1c ollmh for several miles. I
Informed the conductor that wo would bo
delayed 18 or so minutes with tho work of
taking down one of iho pumps nnd then
proceeded with the work.
"we)were
Jnal about ready to start again
when I heard tho sharp whistle of un engine, and looking up I saw a special t curat! excursion train from southern California approßi blag from the very direction
tat which we were going. When the train
pulled into the station, wo found that the
telegraph operator ut. Marloopa had neglected to give us inee, ing order for this
train. Had it not been for tho pumps wo
would have dashed on to what would probably havo l«»en one of the most terrible
collisions in the history of railroads.
"Now comes the remarkable part of tho
story. Prom the timo we left Big Wells
Dot li pumps worked like a charm ?beat in
mind that I found nothing whatever tho
matter with tha pump that Ihad taken
down, and thcro was apparently no reason
for its not working?and tho old engine
teemed to dart- along With twico her usual
speed.
Gradually she began to pick up
lime again, and in tho next 50 miles We
mado up IS minutes, which was lightning
speed in thoso days. Thoro were just 19
minutes to make up tho last 20 miles in,
and I need not say that wo pulled into our
destination ou time. Horowas an instance
of a cranky englne'ssaving a collision that
would probably have resulted In a great
loss of lifeand property.
"Railroading isfull of such experiences.
As to the peculiarities of ongineors, it is
not best for mo to say ranch, for I nni a
queer sort of a fellow myself. But there
is one engineer running en this road now
who thinks his engine can foci, for when
she doesn't run fast enough to please him
he beats her witli a heavy or.k club that he
always has übrv.nl tho locomotive when he
takes her. Old Hank Turlcy, who ran on J
the Central Pacific from Ogdon to Reno j
for 2-> years, would never sleep anywhere
but la his engine cab when he was out on |
thw road, because, he B.aid. ito knew from I
hundreds of experiments t hat his own en-
w"^^,^j/^^j^ffiS^^|
CATARFTI a ipMitU*.
a euro the
Bpecial surgeon irom
Francisco Dispensary
Kiamiiiatlona with
ln_
constant
attentions
wont
ease
,
Tbe poor treated free from 10 to 12 Fridays.
Our 'on£ fjpirlcuco < ?f. 1 ; \c tn-f.t
of leeretor private liipafthjs wii.i v ij.
York Sun.
No matter what your
Skulls as Medicine.
That lieliof Ihe Chinese have In the
remedial qualities of substances forming a
part of the human body seems to be irrudIcable. Thinking that Europeans still entertained the same silly ideas led as much
as anything else ta the Hen-tain massacres of 2f> years ago, Prehistoric nuin
drank from a human skull, believing that
tiie uncanny goblet had a cortaiu potency.
Not so long ago, the skull of a suicide was I
used in Caithness us a drinking cup for
tho cure of epilepsy. Been cases have been
cited when superstitious people within tho
last 30 years havo dug up bodies, so as to
possess themselves of skulls for the same
purpose.
As lato as 1878, in tho official pharmacopoaiaef eheLondouCollegeof Physicians,
mention ia made "of the skull of a man
who had died a violent death."
For centuries in the past, for tho manufacture of
certain quack nostrums, notably anointment, ground skulls were used. Tho medical books of Nuremberg of 200 years ago
always cito utumie?or the embalmed flesh
of nuimmies?as v sovereign cure for certain dlsoeees. The Egyptian mummy was
a specific for one malady, tho Tonoriffe f
mummy for another.?K«w York Times.
(Jure
guaranteed
trn
ible
in, com©
and talk
foi watting drains, uada ' ol
-iyg^
*33 SOUTIf "ivIAiN STREET.
"l will tell you about one of the stranWhen the next European war comes it is
gest
a
freaks
of
a
that
ever
loooinotlve
octnoro than probable .that it will have
curred iv my experience on the road,"
Mtel and jricMiresqiiepolntof military InBaM Harmon TV Butler, tho beet known
terest about it in the employment of animals, which Will play unite as important
Southern Pacific engineer, in California,
the Other day. "'lt happened in tiie sumapart in the campaigns' in their way as
t|ni i of a famous French physician, will quickly cure you of all tierthe generals and soldiers,
Ever since tho
mer of ISSI, when I was pulling freight
£?? voua
or di.it'a.-of ;;1 i< ratrt c urffajia, suet) an tutit Uauhn,>d
\u25a0£] \i\ s\ ) Vi*A iv? \\
NEW YORK'S N/IME.
from Tucson, A. T., to Lcs Angeles, and I
II Insomnia, Pains in tho Buck, Seminal Emissions, Nervous Dpbllity.
earliest days ol war? from tho very beginE5
S fawflJ
Harry, Kxhaitsdlng Drains, Vurlrtooele and
of
never
1
'-l'
have,
have
come across anybody who could
"Pi I\? jr IV *Wbr* Constipation.
l ;i 1 nilito
ning ot things, 1 hot is?horses
all tosses by day or night Prevents qnMc*
Itstops
--/ nosof discharge,
give an explanation of my experience, nnd
course, heon military aids of the greatest Not So Had as It WooM Have Been Had
Hi
Which If notchi ~ked leads toMporinntnrrho'uaiid
\-'
!jl thehorrutrtof Impotenrj*. 4IT PI \u25a0>i: Nl2 rluuusuutiieliver, UieYork's Old Names, Snrinved.
«.»;-, «r
value. Now it is planned?indeed several
have never been ablo to ear. through it mymm BCrORC
AFTER
j-rUHEAND
»EH
kid nevs ..t.d th" urlnnryorgans of ailimpurities.
self. You may draw your own conclusions.
Cv
of the European powers are actively maki l strengthens and restores small weak organs.
Now that New York's, oame is under
4 CUPIISBBI
I'hft reason sufferers nrn not cured by Doctors is because ninr>fr prr rent nro troubled with
draft other animate discussion, it is wVV.I to be thankful that
"The nl£ltr. I had my experience was
ing experiments?to
Prostatitis. TUPIJIKN fills tlm only known remedy to euro without un op<-ratlon. 6000 leetlmOß>
late the service, with tho exportation that tho contraction of1 old Y'orkfs original dark and stormy. It was in tho period of
els. A written fTuarant"" pi you and mom-y returned !f pit boxes docs not ejtct a permanent tOJA
peculiar storms and cloudbursts down in
f l.uOa box, six for *f».00, by mail, (Send for nitcßt in-nt'ir and v atlmunials.
they will be of great help.
Eurewic took place be/ore the qualifying
I
Arizona.
was ordered from Tucson for
Addran DAVOb \u25a0I: *nil\ E CO., r. O. Uox 9079, Ban FraucLico, Cnl, Jbr&tff?>i#
France, during the times of? tho Franco- "New" was added, for if YTork is bad
OFF A VAUOKN, XX corner Fourth and Spring Streets.
the overland express that left there at midGerman conflict, brought tlao science ot New Eurewic would bo unbearable.
night. Somehow everything seemed to go
carrier pigeons up to a higfe standard of York's still earlier name of Eboraoum
wrong that night. The fireman seemed to
The New No. 2
efficiency. Then it was thought that no would have gone no better with "New,"
superior to this lithe little bird oould ho and her Celt ie name of Caer Eliroc would be slower than usual, und he had a great
found as a carrier of dispatches.
Hut the havo been even worst I thwi afny of tho time getting his coal placed in the tender.
The locomotive hostler at the roundhouse
French military authorities' are-beginning
Others with a third element psetfixed.
K.t Ksi'c jr Pain!
\u25a0W^?«
had forgotten tn fix the oil valves, nnd the
Kola) TillfuriMl!
to think differently now. Experiments
The syllable "win," \yhich has almost
swallow,
and he disappeared in the contntetion.otf Eurewic
boiler never mado Steam so slowly. To
have beoa made with tle>
Wii.e for fi.l p-iKc
V,
'''i
Ji. .is
be)
swifter,
;uitl
worse,
surer
iaxon
make
matteas
tbe
train
:s*4
dispatcher
proved
York,
has
to
alto- to
is rather the
wie. mean\''
testimonials of many j
gether pore satisfactory.
kept us in the station a plump hour past
Thoro is the ing an abiding place, tthan u*i Danish
litres, tic:.'.!? j
rsstwfu
ESsi*a
regular leaving tithe, and just before wt
greatest probability, therefore, that swalwie. meaning a station Sor ships?surely
Crockett's l'ievengo.
'f- CHA'tl:: V, M. D. j
lows wili be part of the army equipment
started tho eunductor came io me ami said
an appropriate suffix for,so great»a seaport
fl
for tire next campaign.
rs tho chief commercial oity of tho new j tho general superintendent was on board
i Car.E!r Hs-.pl tal, 4>S W.Tcrlli SI
Thcro is n story of Crockett, of "Sfickit #
VflSlsc,2H
W. First St. I
f
J LOSANRCLCS,
the train and would po way through with
A now idea has sprung up in Fronch world.
Minister" fame, to the effect that whon lie
"
CAI.
us.
military circies nevertheless that after all
New York is really not worse off, howoffered his first volume to a Scotch firm PLEASE SEND THIS TO SOME ONE
it is rather imprudent for a great army to ever, in tho matter of its name than a
"I ought, to say here, oven If it den
they returned it with a polite noto assurOH TUMOR.
WITH
CANCER
intrust Hs messages, frequently of great pood many other cities aro or have been.
Sound egotistical, tha'. I had at that timo
ing him that there was no market for that
mado the be.=t time known over the Southsort of thing. Tho letter was marked "No.
moment, to such small birds, .so subject to York, wilh or without the New, is better
ern Pacific and was generally deputed to
uttacks from the great birds of prey that than Mudtown, which is no unfair trans898b." In later years when the earns
PERRY, fIOTT & CO.'S
vio continual!-.- on tho outlook for such us
publishers asked him for one of bis manulation of Lutetla, the ancient Roman name I haul the big bags from tho east over tlio
Leo. E. Alexander & Bro., Gen'l Agls.
they. Ithas bean proposed that storks be for Paris, hestowed upon tho city of the road whenater the- c.ifne in a special car
scripts he politely requested them to refej LUMBER YM RD
aud wanted extra consideration.
Wit H. n. BATWARD, Msr.
trained far dispatch sorvice, the theory beto their previous correspondence with him
Pnrisii beeauso of its mod houses. LonMILL",
AND Pf.ANfNG
"Thus was the test time the superinT cl. 794
ing that the "uost inslinot" in these birds, don, by the way, takes its namo from the,,
marked "SOcb."
130* Commercial it. Lea Aneeiea. CaL
216 S. Broadway, Los Angclcj
swift,
train,
on
and
my
Bight,
their
certain
their-treroendous
fortified hill of tho Britons whore St, tendent bad eve* been
of
Dublin is a course I was anxious fo sustain my good
wing and leg power and their strength to Paul's cathedral now stands.
Reputation. But the fates wero against
meet any attack whatsoever in tlio air name concealing two unattractive syllables
would render them ideal messengers of meaning the Mask pool, and Liverpool 'Is me?an heur luie, the night, dark and
stormy. Well, we pßiletl out of the station
war.
literally tho pool of the Irving creatures,
The stork certainly could combat sucso called because wild fowl abounded v pon
with my mind made up to reach our deseagle.
cessfully any hawk and almost any
tho waters of a pool near tho site of tho tination on time if tho wheels would stay
Besides, his splendid strength would make city. Brussels is conjectured to racan
under her. As soon as wo were out of
it- possible for a great bundle of dispatches,
either swamp or thicket, and Homo may Tucson 1 put on all tho stoair. and let her
CURES an:> rt:i:v] :, <
of a weight and size that a dozen carrier 1)6 merely the early Latin equivalent, of go. But ske didn't "seem to move at half Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Influenza, Bronpigeons or swallows would be unable to the oross roads, from the fact that l.i'al her usual speed, and then she didn't make
chitis, Pneumonia, Swelling of the
convey, to bo sent at onoo under ono cover.
Hues of travel met at tho Borura.
Berlin steam well oithor. I begun to be impaJoints, Lumbago, Inflammation
In Russia a theory a good deal liko this is conjectured to mean tlio short lake. tient and socldod the fireman for not dohas already boon put into practice, and a Other guessers take in ac the.free and open ing good work with his fire. He seemed
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
best,
marshy
try
to
his
but It was no go. She
number of falcons have been put into train- place, tho river island and! the
ing for tho Russian army dispatch service
spot.
would not steam well in spito of his exerFROSTS TES, CHTLLBLAINS, i'h'ADAC E,
i
1116 on'y Dootors in Southern Ualifornia Troatinrr
,']
.
Names that are commonly accepted as tions. Thoa the pumps began to bo trouaud have proved eminently satisfactory.
TOOTHACHE, A>T AH,
The falcon himself Is a most warlike bird of but a single word often contain a pAiraso blesome. One of them slopped working
DIFFICULT BREATHING
Consta ntlnoplie and altogether, and the other became moro inand ardently resists every attack mado of a whole sentence.
rri'.ES TH X WORST PAINH in from one to
n him. Warsaw and Brost-Litewski, on Valparaiso aro familiar examples.
Pereffective every minute. It began to dawn twenty minutes. MOT ON'K HOUk after readfrontier,
ach ertisement need any ono SUFFER
tho western
have been tho scats nambuco sounds well to EngliWh ears, but on mo that making up titoo was out of ing thin
II PAIN.
Wll
of thoso experiments.
means the mouth of helh tlalro, whioh the question.
A half to a tenspoonfut in halt a tumbler of
As to animals pure and simple, tho elehas been mistaken by Europea.o ignorance
"You may imagine my feelings, for It Mater wilt In a few minute, euro Crainns.
sour stomach. Heartburn. Nervousphant cannon drawers in use In the Britlor tho namo of the city, is rcelly a corseemed to me as fl my whole reputation Bpasm.,
iiesb, sleeplessness.
Sick Headache, Diarrhea*.
was staked on this trip. Iprofess to know Dynentry.
ish army la India are very familiar, and, ] ruption of its descriptive title, so to spoak,
Colic, Flatulency ami all Internal
Xl Kabbah, the victorious.
WE ARE WILLING TO WAIT FOR OUR FEE UNTIL
from tho days of the earliest British posThe true my husiness pretty well and can gel | I sd pains. There is nor a remedial airon' in tho
IS r^FECTED "
We wiU sent! free, .eciirely sealed, a little boot explaining our method,
that will cute Fever-end Ague and all
session there, havo done, magnificont servnamo of the city is Misr. Bomt&y is only out of un engine if auy man can, und my world Malarious,
without stqmaeb-druEgtae
We have the largest practice on the Pacific Coast, trealtag every form of We.kt.e39 and
l:uii-, -md other fevers,
li
Other
Use
tse. of Men and NO PHINQ HI SP
ice. In fact, they wore indispensable in the Portuguese Bona Bahia, go.bd bay, a heart was down below zero when wo beby
P'f.LS,
quickly
aided
KADVVAY S
>o
as
Corner Main aud Third Sts., over Wells-Fargo Co.
Ofliee Hours uto -1 ami 7to 8.30.
Private Bide entrance on Third St.
the sepoy campaigns.
The oainels of tho modest onough name for an oriental city, gan to drop behind our regular running R.sDWAVS KEADY RELIEP.
east arc also valuable adjuncts in the batsince the names of such usually mean a time. But it Was no use. Everything was I-iitv cents per bottle
Sold by Druggists
tles and forced marches around desert re- great deal that it pretentious or irplendid. ugain6t mo. I was mad clear through.
gions because of their tremendous powers
"When wo lef: Maricopa, we wero nn
Ispahan, for example, is tho hob! of the
world; Astrakhan, the city of the star;
hour nnd ten minutes late, and the conof endurance.
But. it has been reserved for Germany to Bagdad, the garden of justice. Copenhagen
bring forward dogs as war animals. An is merely the merchants' harbor. '.Pho conpills are for biliousexhibition of "war dogs" has recently been cealed "news" iv foreign city na:tnes are
j
held In Dresden and somo splendid specilegion, as Novgorod. Neustadt, Neufchatel, ness, bilious headache,
dyspepmens of canine warriors shown. As an atand even Naples.?New York Sun.
tacking column
dogs will show a
sia,
torpid liver, diz- The Best Whisky Ever Offered
formidable front against the soldiery of
SUN COOKING.
to the People of the Paany other nation, and as discouragers of
ziness, sick headache, bad taste
hesitancy during the retreat of an enemy The Chemical Action of the Orb's Itayi
cific Coast
in the mouth, coated tongue,
Rained the Food.
thoy willprovo invaluable to the regiment
possosslng them. Brigades of dragoons
Speaking of primitive methods of heatof appetite, sallow skin.etc,
unci hussars will doubtless be superseded
ing, it is undoubtedly a fact that man in loss
only
difficulty
hy dog platoons.
early
ages used bonos to some extent as \u25a0when
The
that
caused by constipation: Hotaling J. H. Cutter Brand-Pure
tho Gorman officers foresee Is teaching the fuel, mixing them with pieces of wood.
Kentucky
dogs
to keep ranks until the order Boues contain much fatty matter and and constipation
is the most
"Charge!" is given. Internal dissensions
small ones bum readily,
over hones and rations are also to be
Ivthe desert, regions of Arizona, w'flere frequent cause of all of them.
feured. Yet, a', all events, there willbe no there is no vegetation worth momtioiifing,
Ifevidence of Hi purity and tonic quality
needed, such expert* as tbe following come
in
Go by the book. Tills io* and be
getting
newfangled
tho
warthe Indians dig up for fuel thociMirmetisly
difficulty
by writteu certificate to give it:
riors to advance upon the enemy in spite developed roots of various plants. Pine 25* a box.
Book free at your forward
Profs, a. A. Hayes aud Charles T.
ARs-ayors, Hoiton, Mass. (lSri7); 0.
'-inte
D.,
of shot and shell.
cones make a fine kindling antl aro utilM
druggist's or write B. F, Allen Co.. A. Mahoney, Fellow
ol the chemical aooiety,
Even that traditionally stupid animal ized for that purpose all over Europe, parStreet,
77);
Canal
New
London
Dr Theodore Deeeke, X. Y.
York.
lsi
the goose?stupid in spite of the fact that ticularly in the Biaek Eorest and other 365
(l»8ft); W. D. Johnston, M. D? late I'rofcstor
she is reported to havo saved Homo at one parts of Germany.
Oi Chemistry and Tojcicnloiry, Cooper Medical :
Annual finles mim Ifmni: (Wl fl f. hn».
College, Sr.n*Franciseo (!KVJ and' Charles A. i
time?has a possibility of military glory
The attention of mauy scientific men
Otden, leading Analytical Chemist, of San ;
tjieviso
under tho new ideas. There ia an authenhas long been engaged in trying to
Francisco (1804).
'Ihts testimony covers a period of nearly
tic incident of a Bavarian regiment of some sort of apparatus for employing tho
foriy years, and the last report bears the same
light hussars, stationed at Ingolstadt, Gersun's rays as fuel. Ono of tho more, noted
A
testimony
?IItiBiIIiJIUUILI
Wl?WMEaamßTi
as tiie tirst, closing all debate.
many, who adopted a young goose during experimenters in this lino is Profeasjor Edror side by
their stay thoro and made it, through
ward Sylvester Morse. Mirrors ani most
tiary tsypbilia permanently cured in to
kindness, beoomo so tamo that it was quite commonly used to concentrate thoirays of
A. P. HOTALING & CO.
Bodayt, You can bo treated at home Jfifcr
she pot of tho regiment.
It showed its the solar orb for this purpose.
tho same price undersame Kiiaranty, i; WINJS AND
MERCHANTS,
you prefer to come here we wiW contract
BFIBIT
gratitude by assuming the responsibility
In one instance, not long ago, success
to pny railroad fare nnd hntol bill?,ami no
remaining
charge,
and
sentry
duty
faithfully
you
of
in was obtained In an attempt to cook a goose
if we fall to cure. If
have taken mer420 to 437 Jackson St
lodide potash, and etiil have ootid and
tho vicinity of the sentry box each day by the sun stove. Unfortunately, at tho cury,
San Francisco
pains, Mucoas Patches In month, fsoreTh rout.
from sunrise to sunset.
conclusion of tho operation it was found Pimples, Copper Colored Spots, Ulcere on
aey
ofthe body, Hair nrEyfbrown fuXXina
Thera was no need whatever for the that the bird was spoiled, bolng rendered nut,part
It isthie Syphilitic BLOOD POISON that
\u25a0entry to keep careful guard or even to
uufit for food by the chemical act ion of the wo g-uarautee to cure. We solicit tha
most obstiup
down,
walk
and
for tho goose?this ia sun's rays. This, of course, might bo nate caaeß and challenre the world for a
we cannot euro. Thts d i -tie hua ftiwaye
a historic incident.?kept her eye open, and avoided by shutting up the articles to bo ra*e
s»a tiled the sic if 1 of the most eminent
physlwlion any ono approached would sot up a cooked in closed ovens. But tho bbjeotion rlana. $500,000 capital bshind our anoondl*
aoriel craaranty. Abscdutewoof|eentßea4<
ion
tremendous squawking. Tho sentry could to tho sun stove thus far found insuperaipplication. Address COOK .ItKMKDY CO*.
go to sleep if ho pleased?and indeed many ble is its necessary elaborateness and con- j 107 Majonlo Tomplo. <;HICAUO,
lUb
128
MAIN87,
of them did?yet, strange to say, no sentry sequent great cost.
(luring tho goose's sojourn iv the camp
Alcohol is an ideal fuel. It gives great
was evor caught napping or found wantheat and its combustion is perfect, without
ing. In feet, the soldieri used to say that smuko or other solid residuum,
Oldest, most
lv.burndid
goose
duty
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All rural communities in the old work',
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tion to tho rule, writes a foreign cony
spondent.
Fairies aro suppcsed to wield
an awful power over a person's life. Thoj
can take P.ue. hosHhy babies from theii
mother's anus aud; rjegVe sickly weaklings
In their place. They r.::n spirit a child
away from its father for a e'enain length
of time and restore him when it please.They can steal
their fairy highnesses.
Wives from husbands and parents from
children, besides, working all manner vi
mischief In minor matters, such as turning now milk sour, preventingoream from
"coming," censing disease and death
among poultry and rattle and n host ol
other calamities, for the warding off oi
which they have numerous charms.
In the little town of BeUlaael** lived o
man, his wife and an only child. By some
unhappy chanro the "good people" cast
covetous eyes on the mother nnd bore her
away on a gray horse, allowing her to return at midnight for a short time to see
her baby. This she did re-rulnrly, the
husband taking it all as a matter of course
und asking no questions.
Her brother, however, chanced to meet
her on the threshold one night, and by
asking where she was going broko tho enchantment, and she returned to the world
once more and lived, perhaps ia living
still, to toll her story to the wondering
neighbors gathered around the glowing
turf Are to atrioke their pipes of peace.
[ Site belief in spirit* and spitti walking
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Ono of tho best men in Stafford county,
Va., was running lor supervisor there,
and, as usual when a really good man runs
for ofliee, thero was vigorous opposition
to him. Somo of it waa expected, but when
one ignorant but influential old fellow
camo out against I ho candidate tho friends
of both parties wero surprised, and one of
tho candidate's
mipporters immediately
wont to soe the old man.
"Is it actually true that you aro against
our man for supervisor?" askod the friend
when ho had led up to the point.
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"But he is ono of the best men in the
whole county," argued tho friend.
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ho does," explained the kicker. "I'm
wlllln to vote fer him fer super, but I'llbe
derued cf I'm goiu to vote fer him fer 'visor, and you can tell him so of you want to."
Thereupon the friend of tho candidate
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delicate dipiomaey brought'
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