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VOL. XX.S riTTSliOIJO, CHATHAM COUNTY, N. C, THl'KSDAY, SEPTEMBER ISO, lh!7 No,
l'or lart'er advurti.icmenlii libor&I
coiifriict'i will bo iKii.l,).
ROYE RANGER "RALPH ;
CY WELDON J. COBB.
.. rilATTEn II rnntinueit. '
'T will di'li'iil tin; purpose of thesn
wreckers, or will snll my llfn dearly," hn
murmur d, ijriiiily. "t'nutlou ami vlftl
ianco, I iirri'l irey, ami yon may Iwonin
a Ihto In spile of yourself. ''
lie paused as li" liail proceeded only a
holt distance down the tracks
l-'ar tu the smith lie lirard the. dim
print of adx ancliisj son in I. Ilkn tlin dis
tant noise nf it horse's hoofs on this hard,
ro ky mad that- led toward Miner's
"Tli" (b-p .1 r tr -tit. soliloquized (irey.
"lie is leiiiriiiiin. Had I better waif- and
o nre liis a id? Hark'"
A M'Uiiil that thrilled him keenly h-oVi"
Ii" s 1 1 1 1 1 s : nf I lie scone
l-'ar down the canyon echoed the
in 1 1 lt!i d xv hist !e of an rim I nr.
"I h" train Is eniniim!" lie cried ox--f
I '. "'I'line Is no time to lose."
II" diverged ft kiii the track and struck
riir toward th" curve Through the
tiers atoii" p lint h" saw tlin obstruc
tions on tlr trad, and the forms of men
m ar it. nud, making a whin detour,
K -irlie I l!ii- nark- farther on.
Tw i shadowy fi rms dirtied past hint
its hr ill I so. . Mt he noticed that tl'.ny
were hor.-e . and then hreillrss of the
discovery a lie n alird that tho train
must soon i-.-i-h Hie p'a. r, liran to run
no the a -(Miding roadway of th" trestle
At t at i:r tn -1 a wild -limit ran:! be
I li-i ovrre.i:" he muttered "If Iran
reach I h" ttv-tl i i o .im the run yon I
can defy pur-nit."
Mall' a do.e i shots rang out on tho
si II ii tu lit air. but Mali"! liny sped on
bis mi-shm cil' peril ii ml : ii n t .
II" f-ae'-ed t!i" level roadway that
ru:rit i tli" trestle and slatted across
il. II. ill way out th" a wnimj rhasin
r'o. h" ans ' I ap a h d.
A ularinis headlight, thradvancn guard
i t tin- !i :iiinir t ;i .ii. bad just turned a
point ol ';!.: tlii"ri,y buyout! the
It w as so siitnli it. -o near, that ho was
la w i di-re I horrilie.l
"I'lie hinto'ii"' Ii gasped, wildly.
"'Ii. ran I i';nal iliem before It is too
Willi trembling ban Is be opened tho
l.nit'T.t. urop'-d in his porkrts for a
tiKi'rh, i.';uii"d i'. and applied it to the
A steady Pain' shot upward. Ho
htaivd himself on th" iron girders of thn
frail trestle, and swung the lantern up
'I'm l.i tu
Mn it-Kin notes of warning, the train
iaai" thuii h i ii.g orr the rails and
d h -d up ui t iut I resile
It i n voivd ate! throbbed to the noisy
v a'lg'e in' iron ton" t.
I'arrel (irey saw his own peril and th"
fiitiiity 1. 1 Ilio warning ho bad attcinplo I
t- mi1 at a single glance.
I'cith -awi'u1, .-iiddeii, apparently in
e liable si:irrd him in tint fare.
I'l.i- ml rv.'iii I'lrwi, lur;d, menae ng,
the glowing l.i ii liiglit of tliei'iigiueraiuo
b aring row ;i upon him.
lie tot it. . I -k at heart: tin' lantern
ilropprd li"Mi his hand, and h" fell nio
chaii'cally a- Ii" imagnird he could feel
the b"!. Iii-.ing sH ain of 1 be approach
iir: It oil limn tef li o.i hi : far".
The il t si nick the hiiitern, and tear
ing it to pieces sent it over the trestle to
the ii'ij . . Ii .:(,w.
I'ari' l tin y felt it just graze bis head.
Thru I r v.a swinging, in spare, his feet
liaiiglin . hi- hands a'nue grasping a tie.
And mrr his brad, thuudrring on to
iliasli r aid d -alii. iiash',1 the luldnlfc'ht.
n in nr.
A tung'el langle of sound, terrible
an I ominous broke unon the still night
ao a lew moments alter the thrilling
eper!eitrn ol' Panel tirey at th" trestle.
If ill- rtigimer had seen the signal
lan'-Tii it Ii;. I ni" I like a lire II y on
tli" fa--! --w pin l indsrape, nr it had
1 1 ni cii n too late to enable him to stop
the 1 1 a in on its i r : i -1 i ii-ImIou n the steep
itn liil" ni Ibe de; ut glade.
Ii" bad applied th" brakes to s'ow up
at tit" -latum. 1ml this did not prevent,
a t.'irib e ro li-i. m as fie engine met the
eh-1 nu t lull en I 'i" I t ar ( s.
Iberewa-aii awful plunge, a shud
dering halt, and then, amid the sounds
of - pi, nt rr I wiiod, irmi and glass, there
e hord tie- -lirieks of the terrified pas-
ike liipind's iniir.leroiis plans to
e i irb his a o ia'es in i rlmo and carry
en!, his own si 'hemes bad been sue-
Sean ely had the crush e mm than
these nu ll, iiml and expert from long
experience In mrli scenes, surrounded
the pas-f llgev i ii,i i'S
I'liur of then sprain; tithe doors of
the two i carlo s, while two oihers
ri si lied the l a .'g.ige-rar. and with lev
e'ed revo!er held the frightened train
men al hav.
Iyke Despar l passed by the injured
I asscngei s with scarcely a glance, as. fee
entered the forward coach.
I'iiiiIoii washy his sido. Tho former
uttered a sail-tied cry as he observed a
voiing girl, pal" but i orn posed, extrirut-
ii g hrte;i I'ri'in a broken seat.
The girl!" be spnke burrieilly to his
i, unpaid n: "we v.nst get her from tho
ar at once."
"To the burses"""
"Yes Von attend mi that "
lint If she refuse-.'"
"Kinpl'iy force, (,'iiic.k, while those
terrllied wretches are t io excited to
notice what we at" about1"
haiiti.ii hnrrii d Inward the ynung girl
his accomplice had pointed out.
She was one nf the most beautiful
creatures he hud ever seen, hut neither
her beautv nor apparent Innocence, and
olielin"ss had any elfecl. on the evil
hrartc.i i. int. .ii.
lie cl uwded close to her, Blld to where
the f rigblciicd passengers were hasten
ing toward the door of the roach, and
saw her reach tin- platform and then the
" hat has happene l Ih any one ln
Jiiied?" she iniuireii, ill a tremulous,
tdlvcrv lone of vole
"This way, Mi-.sTr.vey.
"'anion ha I s u en and sebed her arm
as ,, . nt'v le I Iut away from the spot.
tjje was too mil' h ecltd at tlie opl- j
'toflo or fho uiotiKMit to notice bis fa
miliarity. "You know my name;" sh" exclaimed.
In surprised tunes.
"Yes; yon have friends awaitins you."
Almost tiiei haiiieally she fobowed
him, until she noticed that they were
somn distance from th" track.
"Where uru you taking inc?" sho
asked. In a tunc of sudden alarm.
"To some friends, I to!. I you, Miss
"Where are they who are you.' I go
no farther unless I know."
1 "Wo will wait. here. The neelilent lias
mado some tonfusion. Jlal there is
trouble, It seems. "
.lust then several shots were (irod In
tho vielnlly of thn train.
They evidenced a resistance on the
part of the trainmen.
1 'anion glanced anxiously toward (lie
train, and thru al a lillle thicket where
their horses were lethered, as If impa
tient, to Ret nw ay.
Tho sounds of firing Increased In the
neighborhood of Ibe train.
Then a man's figure amn flying to
ward the spot, bunion advanced to
"IVspard?" Im ealHl.
"The trainmen have resisted, and we
are beaten badlv. Tle ro is no time to
lose; to the horses!"
"And (he girl.1"
"Wo must get her away at once."
"l'csparil! Yon Iru-"'.'"
I'na wares the girl bad tome upon
them. They could se:i bor shrink in
aiiia.ement and alarm, as she viewed
the evil face i.f the leader of the band.
He uttered a cry of dissatisfaction and
annoyance at Hi" incident.
"Yes," he said; "it is I."
"You are the friend w ho sent yonder
man to me'."' demanded Inc Tracoy.
"Yes. You are nut safe here. You
must go with me. "
Tnez drew ba- 1c willi Indignant fa c
and flashing exes. 1'espard abandoned
all genilimcss ef manlier, as he realized
tbo peril of delay. II ' spiang loi waid
and clutched her wii-l in an iron grasp.
"(ilrl," he bi-s -1. "ib"r i d be n ,
deception li' lxveni you and me! '
"Coward! i"lea-e my hand, f will
rail fur help. J wi-li to return to the
"Hring the hor-es, .puck'" i irnunnde'l
IVspard t.i I 'antoii.
Inez Tn y slrug'ili d vainly in the
powerful grasp of the mt aw.
"You an- in my power at last," he
hissed. "I told xm we should nice'
again wlu u you la -t re'ect d ine with
seorn. To se-'upi ymi, In".' Ttaeey, we
wrecked youdci' t rain. "
"Yon will emne with me whether yon
chouse or not niii'-k. I'liilon!" he
shouted excitedly In his companion. :n
the liring was repealed in the vicinity of
'Ymi row.-ird, lake thai!"
As liev. Tracoy uttere I a loud try for
help a form sprang from th" thicket
I tyke Despani release I his gra-p of
tho girl and ti'i'iicd to ncct a new fn .
It was Hanoi lin y
lie had managed t retain bis hold on
the tie to which he had fallen on the
trestle, and the train had passed over
him. leaving him unharmed.
Hastening towards tho scene of the
anidetit, Im happened tu come to the
very spot where inn? Tracy was strug
gling in Ibe grasp of l yke Darrcl.
The outlaw's words levea'ed his coui
pllclly in the crime of train-w rei king,
and the fact thai a In! I - s giH was iu
his puwer awakriii-il all the rbi alt y of
I'arrel (irex's geic puis nalurc.
It was he who. a -ling on a null k Im
pulse, had stepped lorward. and with a
single h'oxv of liis list sent lir. pat l leel
ing to the ground
Inez. Iiorrilied nnd I cw ildei ed at ali
th" fast-oei nrriiig episodes id the night,
had sought safety iu innne liale High'.
She had Marled to hurry back to the
train w hen she saw that a desperate en
counter between th" wrecker and tic
trainmen was iu proure-s, nnd ilarted oil'
in an opposite dim t'on.
Hantoii observed her Might. He sprang
from the thicket where the hot-cs were
to intercept her.
I'arrel (irey did riot wait lo u t the
ball'ed Pespaid, hut us he lis. uvci.'d
the girl's tlil uuiiia, Ushc, iiftei her.
He caught liantou by I he t bloat and
flung him to t le groiin I.
Inez, recognized him as a protector.
"(.iiilck!" she si'd, wildly; ' let us My!"
"Why should we lly.' I lo nut be
alarmed: the-e men shal not iniiire
"You do not know," i ri"d Inez, x
citedly: "these men have assm-inies.
See! They will pursue ii s i,i not jml
yourself in peril for my sake."
lie hredeil her frantic pleadings and
allowed her lo leal It i in l'coiul the
thicket. Two shot lireit by D-pard
caused him to hasten his Might for the
imperiled girl's sake.
tin started as he heard a tpuiek. shrill
whistle. I'lid'iubtedly il. was a signal
from Itespaiil to bis band
They crossed th" thicket and gained
the open plain I eyoiul.
Iiarreliirey was a rapid t 'linker ami
acted Uilo as rapidly. There was no
safety guaiaiileed at the depot, for the
bandits miglil go I liiiiier.
They could not. regain the train with
out meeting the outlaws.
I'vke l.'espard seemed delermliied to
sci'iire th" girl at ail hazard-. Only in'
immediate ami rapid Miglil was there
(ilancins back. Darrel saw Hcspard
mid Ihinton Mcuiing horses lo pursue
them. The girl had kept close to his
side, and kept urging him to hasleii his
Darrel paused as he saw, plainly re
vcRh d in the moonlight, the two horse,
which belonged lo Hanger IJalph. I'e
pard's man Yance had cut tln in loose,
ami neither had saddle or bridle, l-'rom
the neck of one of them, however, a
long lariat trailed on Hie pi.nin l liarrel
stole cautiously forward. The horses,
mettled steedsandeaslly starlled, sprang
away. I'arrel I irey seized Hie trailing
lariat, iu lime to prevent mio of tho
horses from escaping.
He brought the animal to Its haunches,
and then, reaching for its mane, sprang
upon its back.
"Kollow me! Keep close lo me!" be
shouted excitedly to the gill.
I'arrel (irey was an expert horseman.
As tbo steed b neaih him dashed f"i
Avard bo unloosed the lariat
. yuckly forming a loop In- urged for
ward the horse until it nearly overlouli
tho frco steed. Then lie tlung the lasso
with unerring accuracy. It fell ovcrtlm
hoad of the flying hor-o. I loth came to
a halt and stood ircmbliiig in every
limb, owning tacitly, mutely, tho :
pi'emiicy of a mas cr.
Jnv bad wa'chel these maneuvers
with mlmtied adnilu'lou and suspeiiso. ",
"Can you ride on horseback'" asked
I'arrel quickly as she gained bis sido.
" Mi, yes, "
"Thorn I no sn hile."
"I have ridden ten miles on an Indian
pony, horseback," replied Inez.
liarrel cut tic laso so as to form two
bridles. Inez. Tracoy bad been too long
in the West and xvas too familiar Willi
its nomadic life to require any prompt
ill1? us to what was rc'i'iired of her iu tho
l.illioasii fawn she seized the horse's
mane nml was on its back in a Hash.
I'arrel had arranged the latiat so that,
il he'd both horses log-ether In case Inez
should lose control of the si. od she
"Look!" Th" young pill poinlel bn -k-v.;1
as she spoke. I'arrel fii-dicd a
swift clan e iu the direction.
A pislol shol whized oxer his be id as
th.. hor-es s'arl d
"They are in pursuit, " he sail; "four
of them. It is a race for III oily. our
iige, miss, and I'arrel (irey will see xou
safely In lb" hands of ymir friends, or
din In your servi e. "
Ami then, across the broad level plain,
lieg.lll Hie exciting lace between I'vke
1'espnril wil'i his villainous assm kites
and I'arrel tirey and his beautiful com
I anion, which was ib'stined I i terminate
in a stirlling and Iragii man hit. For. in
volved in the renegade's interest, iu Ine,
Tiaeoy, was a plot Hint mena id tin
future happiness, fortune, . 1 1 1 I Im- of
thai oiphai waif id III) Wf.-'ern
t i in: i ovrr.Ti.n
HADHEAI) MARC ANTON V.
Nut Tv.-ll llm TioikIm "I llntsln I Mwt
t'lllllll MllliO If Im I iiig.-l It.
Now and then smii" coiniial things
happen In the receiving room out a' the
unity lloipit.il. hr. lleeinr was i n
duty one night and had fallen t!lcep on
the little cot provided for physicians on
Inly, when he was miui iil ny th" raiilo
ol' llm pa l ml wagon nt the front en
trance, II" listened In the shullling foot,
steps in the ha'l and knew it was a ut-e
if di mil . v. lib ni'oe or l-s e'ahir.i le
Ii iiiiuiings. I'inall'. (wo po'iceiiiiii
.stri'gg'cd into the nviin a.sisiing one of
Hie most w rckel and lilapid.it mI sei i
lueii : of humanity that ever lay -1 1 il
sMeiiher. 'Ibe follow had biMiini"in
loxiea'ed, had fallen hto a in nrel and
had Mitlercil a terrib'e healing. His f
was l ad'v cut iu a doeu places. His
lip were -xv'llen and bleeding, hi-' eves
were bin konul and hill shot, his check'
wiT" la- elated and his Ii III wi'i" oo e,
ami o..' all xv 1 1 s th" r.r-'ce b-st, mtuldi
e-l, lues' disb'-ve'e I suit nf i Imhes pos
sili'e t i imag lie.
They laid him on H," e orating table,
and oil" of the ntt indauts a -si-ted Cie
doctor lo remove Ih" a ii nn iits and bathe
him, while the i; )lii omen lade good-ni ht
im I went back'to their beats. ,sp te i,r
hi liuuor and Ids terrib'n driibbing ih"
fellow was game, and a sort of grim
1 1 1 1 In .r welled up every II t - Hi l'
of the operation thai was iieers-ary lo
lit liim I"! recovery, lb' jo'.ed a' out
th" stitches in his check, and to d his
(liiflor the lire !i. must have berniase
baiiletiO'l. Ilo prolest'd agiinisl the
plaster, and claimed he bad always
bcaid a porous plaster recommended,
lie linally pulled out n loo-ened in th
and offered it to an attendant for a paper
At. las' the palrhiiig was completed
an I he stood up in an unsteady fashion,
his single garment being the sheet, with
whlcli he had been co cro I after his
bath and while the doctor had been a'
work upon him. A ta'I mirror at the
end of the o'l'ce attracted his a'teiili in
nnd Ii walked Inward it, w ra ) pin J his
beet about I. is shoulders as i! il had li.-cn
a lloinan toga, struck Hie must hero'enf
attitudes and delivered himself to tho
sewed and ceinonte 1 liguie iu the gla s:
" '. I'lil-'leil inc. Hum I-lie. ling pierce! nl'Mi.
'II III ! HI' I III" -k I Oil gell'!c wit 11 lll'-se 1 Hit '.'111 ra I
1 h'Hi ni l tic mini) ef Hie uel'li'Dt tiuin
'I In! ever llVfl la I'lii Mlg"
Wee to tlie hmi. Is Unit sllid this cosily htiiij I
Out tliv Hi'iiiels .lo 1 new 1 1 . i i . -XMil.'h.
'Ii'iuscnliil lips, iln striii s-le I.) i xi tiilin -To
I'i'g the vei. e uiul iitltrinii' ' :' 'ny Imigiir
A cm no sliiill rest upon tLo f i.d; u! Huls'c.l
Who liantr.l mrxvith brli kbits.
'.'no l-night. ll'ictot-; I'M go to bed. "
CM "l'o Urni'il.
."-'ii: W vi IKK I! i r.ii. ii. while jn' a
young man, fought fur months on ihe
side of lb" llii'gii n its iu Ihe I'lcin li
civil wars, and afterward in the war In
Ireland On his return from Ireland. H
iis-iid (bat he won the iiicen'.s favor by
throwing his new p'n-b (leak hit" a
muddy place iu Ihe road for her to walk
on. lie litted mil. shi s and foughl again. -t
the great. Armada, or lie-', of Spain,
w In n that, country tried to con iier Fn
jr and. He was a great stat"-inan,a great
soldier, a meat seaman, and an cxi el
lent poet and histotian. He is sail lo
have lirst planted the potato in Ireland.
King .lame i I. kept tit n i in pri.-ou in tli"
towel' for more Hum twelve years, and
then released him. In I'll th" ui:ii"
kin.; bad this great, man put t 1 d a'h lo
p'ease the King of Spain When l!a
ieigli was about to Ii,' beheaded, hn le t
of Ihe axe, and said. "It is a sharp i i"d
ii-ine to cure me of n'l mv diseases."
Wiikn Washington b came l'rcsld
all Hiei-hicf towns were on the sea ci ;
or on the tide wat'Tof the rivers, exc
Lancaster, in Poims Iva nl:i. Ontsidi
that State lb" mads were -n bad Ilia
large i railing town was not pos
aw av from w ater conveyance. 'I lie
t'Tior trade of l'euiivlx auiu was i m i
on in great wagons, known as ( oiu-sl
wagons, each draw n by six or eight st
horses. 1 ir i were ten thousand
more of these wagons I'liimoig out
I'hihulelphia. The wagon Hade with
inleri r made. I'liiiinielphia th" id
town of North America. I radn Willi
licce distriitiof tli.i eotiulry was
c ii ricd mi by means of a k lunses a-.d
I ateaux, or small l i ars.
"Iris not fair to attack the llussi.in
.lews w ho cuiii" bc-e,'' sai l i "n1 of them,
"bei anse we lire nnal'lo to engage in th'
skilled industries or 1 ,ni-" n :ii" uu-
e.liirated. Whi le I cam from in Fus
sia. no .lew is allowed to b ain a trade
or lo cultivate tho land, or to enter the
I "allied professions, and only a few- ,l ws
are permitted lo go in any academy or
university. We are peddlers and pawn
broker, and linkers and smaM money
lendels ill Klissin because we -ire kept
nit of nearly every other business.
"I'll i- which befits us einb iwei' d in
beauty and wond r as we are. is cbeer
fuliio s and courage, and the endeavor
t rcali " niir aspirations. Should not
t ho heart, xx hid; has re clxcd so iniich,
trust the I'uwer by which It lives'.'
'im I t.
tiui n coin Is shipned abroa I in live
gailoii. iron-bound, oaken kegs. Kadi
keg holds ten bags, and each hag con
tains s-I,ikio, so that the value nf n keg
i ,m,o'o (,,,:, I from thn tth'T s;lo
usually t ijsncs in lme
.4 o - si ! ? -'- s s ;
jt Stocking a
V' ' -If Vvi ''? '' ' V'
The bio giimo that Willinin (', 'Whit
ney ban liroiieht on from tho Hoeky
jMoiiiilaiiis to (n'ciipy his 80110 acres on
( 'ctolirr Moiinliiin, nlioiit four di i it",
from l.etio.x, Mass., is rreiitiiifr ijreat
inleresf iiiiion the New York people
who have huiiiiiiit jdnrcs in J,emr,
and vicinity. He has secured somenf
the litrgvtd. Imlliiloes in (Lin country
and bus I'oiiniilerable other wild (mine
from the Hoeky Mountain;', tho only
specimens which luive ever been
brought to tho J'ast, except, n few
which Hie. Into Austin Corliin hud up
in New Hampshire. They are the
fiiie.il specimen Hint could lie secured
in Moiitiiim,1"rVoiiiiiig; ami alone the
r.i:i:;e i f the Hocky Mountains iu that
His heiil of buffaloes numbe: i thir
teen, while his elk and tit er are twice
that numb;!' Tho buffaloes are of
espeei il iut "1 -'. In'causo they h i ve
lieeune )iaieiu this country. I'e
(Tiii'iiiio with the great hull luiil'.ilo
McKiuby, which stand.-) at the he.nl
of the herd, weighing "b')0 p iuinl--,
iIdmii i others weifjliiii!; lOOtl pot-mis.
they are th" larest specimens iu Amer
ica. The great bull MeKinlry and ' b"
ontiro herd were l)ioip;bt I'a.-I witli
the treatest dillieiilty. They came in
two fiei;;lit palace cars, in cIuii-oh of
the Adams broth, is, who were given
th" oril'.o- by .Mr. Whitney over a year
ti-o. Home of tlie Imtl'alocs they raised
thems.lvcs. The chief nf tho held.
?l'-!xin!cy, is six years old and is the
ugliest animal that has ever been
liroiight Fast. He is the chief ligilio
iu the luitl'alo jiietitro and he ilocsii t
iillow iiuy biped to eoiuo into the -n-cbisiiie
without a protest. It xwis
with great ilillicully that he was taken
o'lt of the ear, which he nearly tore to
pieci's, and was taken up on t'ctoliri
Mniiiitaiii from tho Leu x stati ui in
a:i iininense crate, ilrawn hy four
horses. He exeiteil Ihe greatest in
terest; nil the way, from the time he
was loaded into the cur until he got to
his desl iimtion.
The bull'aloes nre conlined in about
H I') acres of latnl suiTnumlcd by a fence
which is nine feet eight inches high,
made of steel wire. MeKiiiley ha
tried to get through it several times,
hut he found iu locking horns with it
that it has beaten hiin every time. It
has been tested by a twenty-tive horse
jniwer engine, which has been rushed
against it w ith all its force. Since Me
Kiiiley has found that ho cannot get
through the fenco ho has become do
cile, and is quite content to stay iu
the enclosure, which has the best
grass that can be procnroil for a herd
V! M : ....-"'.-"-X
The other biiftulocs uro becoiiiing
nsed to their new home. There is
niiother bull which weighs only 100
pounds less than McKinley, hut is not
us vicious. The whole buffalo herd
have wandered about the enclosure
with tho greatest curiosity. They
look about for places where they can
escape, but are becoming CiUtented,
as the gamekeeper treats them well.
They are, however, X)ild, and it i-'
llaunerous Vt wutu-te ucur tliVI'l, UM'l
,-.4 fr, 4 ; si vt ; a-V
v -. v v v K
n 13 ia Game
, . . . . ; , .. 1
ho unsafe for iiny one ti go inside the
euclnciire that it is with (he greatest
lilliciilty tlinl pictures, eimM lio taken
'J'lu; doeu aui'.'Ii'pcs have nil ('loped.
A sooii as they were put into their
th ui uiu'l acres, sin rounded ley its
wii" fence, they rushed away info the
thickc', anl even the (.'amekeepers
have liceii unable to lind th"iu. Koine
tiuicsnf a ideal' liioiniug; glimpses i.f
t li-m have liceii eaiif.'lit in the ilis.
ti ui tlie rocky hilltop nluive (lie
forest, but us soon as any iino tried
I i (nice them they ie,'uili ilisiijipcareil,
ninl are keepiue; I lieuisi-K es so very
iiiirl Hint il is impossible to tell
Till! I !.K i:m 1 t'.-ri,'.
whether all of them have survived or
n il. but it is pi oliabl..' that they have.
They tiiid'oibl.'illy enjoy the xvililuci-.s
of 'lie legion, winch resembles their
lbu-ky .Mountain home, nnd where
tiny ni" no more liable to be mn-le.-t'.-'l
tii.tti iu tlnir own mountain
i' i tu.-.-. -.
Wln ii Mr. Whinn y wanted to see
iiis antelope he wa i to 1 that tin y
had idl deal, d mil. lie went out and
tri.-i! to Mini them liim.'.i'li, but without
.uc'-c.-s. Hr ha! the same expi rielu e
with a iloi :i black-tailed dei-r that were
biMU:;!ii on at the same time. They
were tinned into an ciiel'i'-.nro of Join)
or more acres nnd b ft to roiiiu ut theii
own swc"t will. They me tho lind
I. lad:. t.iil-d .h-.-r broii'.dit tu New J-lug-laud.
'I lie Adams I. i-i tlu-nt have iuslructcil
the ganii-keepei s to feci them when
they come around. It is probable
tli, it they will not be seen until they
get limieiy lute ill the fall, when the
grass is gone. The country where
they a'-e plne-.'d contains roaring
mountain brooks mnl small ponds
which iua measure resemble their na
The thirty five elks which were
brought on last year all stirviveil the
winter and are doing w ell. They were
young animals vhrn they cuiuo on,
but their horns have grown out so that
they Would md be ri-cogni.ed. They
are very tame, and, although inclosed
iu over one thousand acres, the saun
as the inclosiii-i s I'm- the others, when
the gamekeeper gives a piercing whis
tle tiny nil gather around him lilj'
so many sheep. They are exceeding
ly handsome and attractive animals.
They often gather iu groups iu tho in-clo-ure
and Ii.) down ipiictly iu tin'
most docile manner. No one likes to
get in-.tr the bucks, however, for they
haven disagreeable manner of jump,
iug on visitors, with their forefeet. Jt
doc n't take them long to become ac
iUaiiited with the people who feed
tln iii and tlu v l'cspoiil readily to the
call for meal. They are fed grain,
oat and other cereals, just the same
a if they were domestic animals.
It is not mi ea-y mutter to take care
of this huge natural history preserve
nil I 'cl'ibcr Mountain, "inl half iloni
gamekeepers are employed to keep
track of the animal. These game
keeper live in one of the fariiiluiil--cs
on (lie land, ami they nre out day mid
night looking after their charges.
Mr. Whitney bus only given up
about three thousand urns to the
game lie has already lilnilnht on. and
what he is going to do with the other
live thousand aci i s remains to be seen.
He has a large number of game
bird, lias stocked his brook with
trout, and it is evident that iu a few
years this will be the greatest private
game preserve iu this country.
How lii Make a I'l'i-tiiiiticiit Taste.
Soak an ounce of refined gelatine in
cold water for mi hour, then drain oil
and s.picee out the water ns lunch as
possible, l'ut the gehitine in a jelly
pot, ami place the pot iu a pau of hot
Jftf..., - ,..., .'.i , v t- v'- s-r. 7
! watiir over the fire. When tho gela
tine has mclled, stir iu slowly
ounces of pure alcohol, l'ut iu a xvide
moulhed bottle and cork tightly. This
glue or paste will keep indefinitely,
and can be melted for o e in a few
minute.- by setting the o.-itle in a basin
of hot water. As it contains a very
small percentage nf water, it affects
the gloss of the prints but little, and
dries almost imwoiliatcly..- Jlarpor's
TOWER FOR CREATER NEW YORK,
Triumphal H met in n M'liicli Is to Outstrip
'I'lutl el' ltnli Imi,
Asa mutter of curiosity it may no
liientioneil that (ireater New York iu
to have on paper, ut least a tower
which is In In at anything; in tho
world, past or present, even the con-fiisiiiii-brcudino
structure of Habylon,
William ,1. Fi ve is the architect, nml
E. ('. Tow nsen l i: iiii'iitioiied an pro
moter, who is said lo be conliileiit, that
the licccssni y fuiuls will lie fin t bei inl
ine;. Jit- litis not yet "one into figuiref,
which is a nitre ninth r of details with
him. Tlie lower is tube o In feet in
height, Hliil i- to In; twi Ivi sided, xvifil
a diiinietcr of :too feel lor the niuiu
base, to be llankeil by i'mir jutvilious,
which will nive tin- i iiliro base a di-
lllnctcl- of -100 feel. 'i'll iter V lllbt
lire to be of (' ui"ld ami wire cloth.
Internally Ihe plan ji pi est nt a laby
rinth of Hh'rl columns, nirdcrs, lieaius,
jilates anil olhcr forins nf steel eoli
.Nlructioii, put ,i pailiele id wood hi lio
, 1,,'r, i,'.,i i .
employed iu t i'lu r r m.-1 1 in timi or
finish. I'lcc'.rii- i ar i v illi reset vo
motor power i.f oompi o: si 1 air ai o to
run spirally around til" loil fnid cen
tral urea, making a trip to tlie fifth
floor fn im tin- ground about two ami a
half miles in length. I'loin tho liftii
lloor toth" too visit. i i will be coii
vcyeil iu an elcv O'.r. Tb" proposcil
tower ii t- bes Imiit wiiliin the next
ni'iTf'rf i ei fl i i-1 i .
oiicmii: m:w m;u s-rmiMiu ai. row in.
three Tear sniiii-w bei e iu npiuT New
Voik, xihere tln-r is a liiiu rock foun
dation. luminal Way In ii l ;. of l le i -.
Those who wish au oiigimil way of
getting rid of lb .u iui"!it tiy s.uuo
pi. Hi like that nd. .pl.il by 1'iufcsso
tiU'-'C. lit olIC of the leiil'lill'.s iift'iil-
ncll I'ni vci sity. and ile -ci ibe.l by him
ill "Insect Life.'' This ph insisted
iu tying sheets ni sticky lly paper,
with the sticky side nut. a'snmd the
legs nf the janitor, w !i" thou tor several
hours walked up and down the lloor of
the infested lm in. with tin result that
all or tn al ly all of the lb a jumped mi
his ankles, lis they will always d,., nnd
were caught by the tly paper.
A Xt'W nml Sluilliiig Ileal,
The umbrella boat has been tlionsu
sation of the year nt the t'owes (Ktlg
Iaud) regal':;. The sails I'obl Hp just
Tin; i Miaa:i.i.A r.n.T.
Hive tho coverin ; of :v. umbrjlla. It
sails very fast, and i expected to create
ii revnlutiou in siiilinjj i..i uiet rivtri
Ml f.l 1. I! 1
i , ... .....
V: 1 1 1 rST tT7 Iisj
:. -M Lo
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.
iiiiin il l ima l-.e.-iiis.
"Si led very young, grei n llrflrt
lieaus I'm ciiliuiiig," wiiten Mr.'. S. T.
llori-r in tho Ladies' Jloiue .loiirual.
"If ripe, or white, feiinenlal ion in
sure to take place unless ynii use u
ireservalive, which is always more or
les't dangerous. Wash the beau,
drain uiul put them liiieonked into tho
jar. l-'ill the jars to overflow ing with
cold water, adjust Hie rubbers mid lay
mi the top. I'bice straw or eveelsior
in the bijihun of tho wash boiler,
sland the jin-s on thh', pmir in nil lii -fit-lit
cold water to half rover, cover
Ihe boiler, bring to boiling point ami
boil steadily for three h-mrs. Taku
up the jars one at a time. If ihey
ine nut full add boiling w ntt r to till,
and isciew on tho tojis as ti"ht as pos
sible. Stand aside over night. Next,
morning give the tops an extra turn
ami put iu a dark, cool piin'o to keep."
To run Toiiial.ies VI hole.
1'rop the fruit into lud water t
loosen Ihe skin. When the peel bun
n-eii reiiinvcil, take out tile stein end,
o im gre u reinaiiis. I'm k in many
f the peeled I'.ilualoeS ill I lie jar H:i
can be put in, having tin in wlmle, if
possible, Ihiiugh any loo large m-iy lit)
clll into halve:. I're.ss (he t aloes
us i losi'l v tiiL'etlicr as I'dSsible ,i it hoiil,
breaking tln in. Turn over the pad--' I
Iruil hulling w ater. pouring II in slow ly,
im the liipiid will run into nil lb )
liHle crevices, and allow- the jar hi
mi rll.iw brl'ni t- srrew ing on He tit If I
cover. As ein h jar is t'lb-d with Him
boiling w ater and covered, .tainl it in
a tub, boiler, nr some hip-i. vi s-el tli.it
been lilled xiith boiling water.
ha ing t he x liter deep elnui'-di to cotii
plt tely com r the jars. Win it nil tin)
lars are in tJni water, enxer the vcs-i t
Iding them with a rug nr blanked
and let it remain until tho water b"-
iliics enld. As t he jars are taken frmn
the water, tighten tin- covers if they
invo looscin (I, but upon no account,
lit them nil'. When tho jais it ro
'pencil to use the toiiialoi'-i Ibo sur-
plii' xahr xxith the fruit may bo
hniiie.l out ,'i'id not ti Iloshiu
1 ii kl. il (Oecn X I, louts.
It is only when the niit-i are nf ine
liuiii iie, and lud'ore show iug. mx sign
I' bhn kin ss that ihey are tetuler.hiivo
i delicious niilor, that di-nppeura
later 1 are exactly right for pick
ing, lo m.-ike all ''lire, xiln-thcr m-
dr:i d frolii the grocer nr . irked di
rectly from the trees, it i i. ccs-aiy
to tl' -t tho nuts by pi id. ing w iih u
i oar-e needle, w hich sluuild enter to
the In-art without resistance, I'loc.-ed
us follows: Hub the fit, can fully
from each nut witii a rough linn nd,
then allow t i i-in tn stand fur nine days
iua brine of salt ami water strung
enough to final an egg, t hi tn be su re
ly change. I cveri other day. On tho
tculh day leiiuice, spread out lo dry
in the air fur an hour, I hen en cr w il Ii
hoi hug wah i-.dlain, rub a h w it Ii llail
nel I'ln e inure, prick again In I he heal I.
with tlie needle iu tin I'oui pbnr.s
and put in earrfiillv iu glass jars. To
t w cut y -live nuts allnw a ipiai t of x ine-gn'-,
a tcaspiionl'ill of whole clov cs,l ho
same nf all- pice and bind. pep er.aml
half I he ipi.iid ily nf whole mace and
nutmeg. Simmer tin; vinegar nml
spices in a porcelain line I nr u-julo
'unci -pan for twenty iiiliiuh-s, then
strain over the nuts while boiling tin.,
jars shmiM have been pro erly sea
soned to prevent breaking .spread the
grated liorsi'i-.idn h an. I w Indo mu-lai d
.-red nil 'op, cover mid keep ill a dark,
cn'l place. New Ymk lril'iiiie.
linns, I, ,,,1 mi..
ih I lid jiulis sbnillil lu i i lo Inalod
befnre petting in tin' bread. . i tin-,
lonf w il 1 bnv e n 1 i vv , do nr 1, v lit-.
il old pel', put into the inkwell will
prevent, t" ft gicnl exl. nl, tin m-id iu
the ink wearing mil tin pen in u-e.
('hani'ii., skm is hmd, m 1 hv tin
rosin in the snap. ' hn n i i -. will re
lam its '".fluids if xx o - Im, w ith ,-i gni'1
w bile snap.
I nk '-tains mi w lute mah-i in' imiv be
icliliived most elbrtiniliv hy Wll-lnllg
fir-t ill a slnui-.', In-ine and lin n uct
ting t he -piil in leiimii juice. This is
ll.-U III le - II s well lis ilej ell' fl I'le.
A gnn I cement f"t H I , 1 1 I i ! ' ' , ' I a 1 ' I . I 1 1
slove lid- can be mrlo bx lnl'il'g
cpnil p'li Is n' w nod a In and Mill,
with jll-l illoli.li w.ilri- to t . i-i i n
piste. I'sc when the slow i- mill.
A si i i.ng snlul inn of puta-di should
I Hen Used iu rinsing "lit Ho- I, lich
en sink. It is cxcellelll lor lll -li' lllllg
I In- gi ease w hi. Ii h i - sii' li a nixsh-ri-
nils albllltX inl the waste pipes, alld
will save many a pluiel'i i's bill it
I ighl I v eiuplnx el.
I'.ggs poache I iu milk nib. id lint
mil v a pleasant x ai lely I .. I he i n v il i 1 s
n eliii. hill Hie dish, bcnle., nlVers a
slight increase in imuri .hen nl nxn
the in. mil way. The null, dnmbl . . tn"
(.. I he scalding point, when tl i.-
dmppe.l in and niokeil, ,. i in water.
litlle nf the Imi milk I pi'iii i d mi l
Ihe h.'l-t to snth. i It h.-l"ie II o,. M
Ill milking bags nr i a i -. for silver
i ii iinbleai bed material -! i n i 1
he ( inpbucd Sulplmr is reliei iilly
Used in the bleaching .' ss, and
it tend tn blacken and tarnish silver,
linblier in any form h another thing
Unit should never he kept near silver
wan Sliver is he t wrapped in blue,
xv bile nr pink sn tissue paper, an I
unbleached cotton flannel b igs.
l'cannts may be I nked and si rved
lis a vegetable. Hcinove tho skins
f ii mi the meats nnd put one cupful
into nn cart lien baking di h. I'mir
over them two pints of boiling water,
cover the dish with a plate, and place
it in a moderately cool oven and bake
from four to live bonis, or until the
nuts nre tender. When the nuts are
partly cooked season them with suit
and stir nmotie; thoui a icii il'ul o
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