The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, January 02, 1896, Image 8

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    HARDY,
NOVELIST.
SHORT SKETo: = ASU
OF LITT RATURR
+ > v Ila Abander 1 Arphitactars For Story :
8 SA riting The fires wand Incident Shows
Thiet There fs Sometimes Something In
# Name.
Thonias Hardy's voirk, bur ow
iodead is generals fo
Birrell. An obvious res
elise distike of prrsenahiti
tog from pabilie curiosity,
ple, serene-—almot pedi
nature that dominates him,
As a yong man be prow
low architecture as a jooio
stadied with diligenes. He went
the well kpown srchiied,
} Kil gg 3 sone
XW BIN
| Bir Arthur Biowficld, A. R A, in
London. While equipping kimse¥ for
bis fature curcer, he need bis spare wo
ho TE: ments in writing & novel that he calied
“Desperate Remedies This book, aft. |
Just found a pub |
Yaher, but it did Hardy no more good |
Meantime, following has !
or several refosals, ai
than harm.
architectural work, be carried ont his
| first commision-—natnrally a modest
One, as young architects sre pot psually
intrusted with cathedrals Although bix
maiden efiart in lettors had met with
comparative failure, bis geal was un-
abated, for be immediately wrote “’ Un-
der the Greenwood Tree"
At the time this book appeared Fred
erick (ireenwood, now the distinguish-
| od student of Enropenn policies, edited
y Cornbill Magasine. It is a hatit
Ath Mr. Greenwood occasionally to
sprow]’’ abont old bookstalie Looking
over ¥ a
basketfnl of cheap books il
thrown together, be chanced to light
apon ‘Under the Greenwood Tree.”
a Par the sake of its parse he
up, paying a few pence for it.
C0 editor saw at & glance that there
© his thiny first year, he com
| cumstances as well ax impel
;
|
genius in that neglected and discarded |
w3 BAF 4
work, snd, finding cut Hardy, the
Sasionred
‘him to write a novel for The Cornhill
It was then that Hardy, forecd by cir
Jove for letters, abandoned architectnn
and, throwing himself into his work |
with perfect singleness of purpose, Write |
ved, a }
book that now stands with a few others |
among the lasting literstare achive. f
“Par From the Mudding Cn
3 ments of this centary.
Yet big eyes teil anther tale and pos |
poss that phosphorescent Hight that indi
cates energy. The polution of these con |
tradictory marks must be that be in
‘mentally as robust as be is physically ©
delicate, or it may be that the strong |
mind has someting s to stroggle against
ful spirit ix characteristic of him, and |
there is nothing in bis presence that is |
strong encogh to intimate the goality |
| of his mind. The most that can be paid
fa that his face is exceedingly keen and |
glever. His bronmed hair, now tinged
gray and brosbed back, is becom- |
thin. His slender mustache adds |
company met, the prinos presiding, and |
_ lightful soup. Passing
finish the sonp at the second floor, and
| yesch my own floor, all
i}
being larger than he is
| being legs
hough
Though be is neither listless nor jan
guid, Hardy's appearance is that of 0 :
man who bag Intely reecvered from an :
{llness. His cheeks are slightly sunken
and his skin is sallow, soeaking of sed
entary labors, the midnight lamp and |
of a sonstitnticn that conld not support |
the snsti oo vivn of an arduous task
the drooping of the Judy.
. axaray 1s neither tall nor commanding
‘pervonrness, showiness or
fudesd, a trangnil, thought
with
“point to bis finely modeled features. Al
broad and give bins the appearance of
when Pa 18 sean
As is the case with many Eaglisl.
writers, Hardy lives jo the conntry and
London once every year for a
to brush away the cobwebs
1 and the tarnish from
their silver. Hardy's quiet home is ot |
far away from the pretty little town of
Dorchester, in Dorvetshire, his native
This home 1a entirely the work of his
way is designed to iit bis own and his
a land compauy of which th
pe of Wales was president. Thoogh
prince did not know Hardy person:
© ally, he greatly admired his work. On
ope occasion the directors of the land
when the report was read Mr Hardy's
- applic for a fow acres of the com:
incidentally, with the remark that it
weould, of course, have to be declined
The prince said: ‘What Hardy is 11?
Not the author?’ “Yes; Thomas Har-
dy,” was the reply. “Then why nat
Jet him have the few acres” said the
prince. ‘He would not have asked haa
: he not set his heart on the spot. Yes;
let him have them.' — Cor. Boston
© A Course Dinner.
~ #When I open the front door npon my
arrival home at night,'’ said Mr. Flat
_ ++] inhale the fragrant odor of a de-
j in a leisurely
manner up the first fight of stairs, I
then 1 find that the fish has been served.
take fish as | proceed along the hall
second flight of stairs. On
] ind the roast and on
dainty dessert. When 1
: 1 really want is
a cup of coffee nnd A cigar.’ — New
York Sn. Le Co
A Left Handed Compliment.
A certain society lady was designated
as a social Jemopade dispenser because
she said so many sour things in a sweet
way. — Boston Commercial Bulletin.
¥
“and up the
‘the third floor
‘the fourth a
ABUCLTESFUL MAN
i iand sll
ad by his |
His manner is free from |
sReeNRiva
in type, his shoulders are
THE RETIRED BURGLAR.
A Brief Account of a Lively sud Interest.
i img Incident Tn His Career,
in a town pot very far ont of
| York," suid the retired burglar, didnt
the hotise, and
encuph to pay my car fare
1 came dimen stairs again 1 saw
arti
#1 in a corner of the hall by the front door
something that 1 hudn't noticed wien
i I wont np that pleased me vary mach,
Land that was a tricycle,
tele, with Sy
{ whoe] in
spokes, and a
| aod a seat oph
that oo
| You've geen jo
tee] mon
asking we bn
bot boas had been so eve
that I really hadn't felt as thongh
cemld afford to boy her one, bmt hero
was one waiting for me to carry off,
snd it made me smile 10 look at it: a
bright pew ome it was too It was pret
ty near Christmas, a5! [ thoaght I'd
tien high
front,
mas present.
“There wasn't any rubber tives
but I picked
opened (nto the seliny stairs, the way
I'd come in. 1 got it to the first door
all right, and into that entry way or
Ball withent hitting anything. bot get
ting it through the door jeading to the
cellar stairs, pring first myself and back
dor when 1 was jost a step down
tried to free it, and it freed easier than
1 expected. and 1 lost my balance and
Jost my bold om the tricycle and fail
dinen taiis,
“iden? Well, pow, J tell you, 1 was
at erpioadion open. and ane
0 in a sawmill bos I nev
sr begin to hear go moch Dose omy
tife as 1 did when me and that tricyiie
fn A stein bd
10 85 xpos
| rolled deavn the cellar stairs. The tn
eyels fell over me and 1 fall over the
L trieyele and simnewhera on the way down
1 believe 1 most have fallen through
the tricycle, for when we got down 19
the bottom, 1 was all seratehed and out
and my clothes were tore and the tricy-
clo was & wrock stood thers for a
| rainwte koking st §f, till I heard two
| men coming down the stairs to the bail
above, wknd then 1 went away and Jeft it
ving there at the foot of the oeilar
[stairs
“8, you see, my little girl didn't get
her trieyeie that Christmas after all.”
~Now York Sas.
A Confused Bridegroom,
A young man abont 10 be married by
an Episcopal clergyman and being quite
frmosent of any knowledge of the form
of enlemrization for matrimony in the
bok of common prayer concluded that
ba had better Jook it np and dtody the
| gmswers to the guestems the clrgyman
| was to ask him
terested in and somewhat perplexed with
the several! orders therein formuisted
for ss many religions services so mach
so that when he stood up before the
clergyrang with his bride to be pasrricd
i the confosion in which be found ham-
seif he tomid recall but fhe merest
sratehen of snewers be hod seen in the
prayer book. Whon the clergyman asked,
“Wilt thon have this woman to be
thy wedded wife, to Jive together alter
God 5 ordinance pic, the groom cour
ageontly replied, “I rencuncs them all,
and, by God's help’ ——pansing sx if he
expected the minister to help him finish
the answer Bat, disonosried by the
groom's response, the clergyman snfor
tunately increased the embarrassment of
the recasion by mottering to himsell a
Little too distinetiy :
pon oumpos mentis,’’ to which soap
judgment of his mentality the bride.
groom blandly responded
The ecromony was suspended. Ex.
them. The bridegroom was told what be
was to say. The service was then
sumed. and the couple were married in
doe form. New York World
AN INTERESTING CAVERN.
Immense Subterranean Cavs Found Near
San Diego.
A big cave has been discoversd om
the coean vide of Point Loma, near San
Diego, Cal So far as explored it dees
got seem units as large se the Mam-
moth cave of Kentucky, bat it is a8 In
teresting.
The discovery was made by Hornce
Metcalf and Vernon Go Matthews, who
live cn Point Lama. They started out
on a sort of exploring expedition, and
at & point about a mile and a half north
of the lighthouse ssw a big bole just
above the surface of ow tide which
seemed to be the entrince ton cave
They tried to get down, bat the cliffs at
that point were too steep, and they gave
it up
Going farther north, they found an
easier place of descent, whers they leg
themseives down with a rope. Near the
place of descent they ran across a sma
er hole, which they entered, finding
that it oopnectsd with the larger and
led into the bowels of the earth :
Metcalf and Matthews made their
way in with scaue fear, finally resching
a point 350 feet Moly the entrance,
where the passageway widened out in-
to an immense chamber big enough to
hold the largest building in San Diego
| They did not fully explore the cave, bat
thought it ended at the big chamber.
They describe the interior as grand
The entrance is only open at low tide,
but it is probable that other passages
will be found admitting explorers at
any time. The tide fills part of the pass
ageway to the grand chamber.
Richard Henry Dapa, in "Two Years
Befure the Mast,’ mentions a cave un:
der or near Point Loma, and it is be-
lieved that this is the one referred to. —
FIGHT
A homes that T went into ome night |
Legin to pan out a9 well ase 1 prpected |
it wend, and I eomlin’t belp Honlinig 8
litte bit disappointed. I'd been all Over ;
hadn't got mnch more no
But when |
eharge of
keep it und give it to Ler for a Christ
on it, |
en I didn't dare roll it across the ball, |
it op and carried ton
door that opened into an entry that
ing down with it, the long handle flopped
over in somehow and caught in the
1 3
He became quite 1n-
“1 baliave that this bridegroom is
“Al this I most stendfastly believe. '’
planations were quietly made between
FOR FREEDOM.
| DESCRIPTION OF THE TRAIN WRECK
AT EL LUGARINO, CUBA
Bar hd at A
Hew the Cuban Faliriods Foforen 150 Pays
ment of & Tax on Cattle Bomnd iw
warn Mines of Dynsnite ‘Fonrhed OF by
Flietrielty.
5. ab :
L PEIRIIRH IN
¥ #*
Fond train Whaex a
$e
by insuysen
| train was proceded a f
thr
froop gheetn mand With & 8000
hoard This keomative, ha
£ovemal Ao ja Tove, 1h
Manned OF I OTR, 150
rire Wax
Hey
§
*
Id
4
ner. a drawn by the
mntive Le Fy Wired
Lest snd moss perfect Yelemping 10 the
oompany. Frapeiseo Bejarano ¥ Road
pigner was the engineer in charge, with
WN. Artila and J. Robio nv firemen. We
bad a mixed train-—ten nsttle cars, £3
| curs of general cargo, a third, second
£5
{
3
: owas tha pew
30k
| and first oi
which thers wore abont 3 soldiers
WAS AYIA the statiom of Fl Lo
garemd. Toe atter #
place dotted with Bemus and the
: pesidenoes of men employed on the
fstiom. Thi % Ta Irs
pther trees extend fo Hate
tamoe along the side of the =
point and for several miies bac ¥, form.
ing a secure place
cand a safe retreat
tive passed the bridge known ae Na
Onr train appronched and passed in suf
ty. Suddenly we b
owed almost :
ing report: the pax: Justant Wa w
in a jumble 1 was thro
against the forward ¢
wife and
in ¥
SUERT
of ans,
a sen
rae
ok ween
Ane
La adivanos Joon
at
i
Pane Rte
a
dererid
Fragtat sd anf
thempht an stiack mm
cave perma
badd
i sods
awaiting the ¢
at non
“'¥ roshed from onr oar, Ww
ty managed 10 :
there peheid
gen
tH ; *
faoneEn
Hani bo
worse wn
: A A
on
TLR3
wore I:
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5
eh
4
before
they
gloetens, 4
i
intend
ass of §
befs bat a pil
it
In
rhs
ay, ¢
cn Of the Tene
z ay i"
GL SRL DY
hark. The 17 cattle vars worn arash
ho + I NR GA ba
Cand prasrie orale
and an iron car in
the Tait
“Law Mipas woe pasced and the train
HU x ]
pretty. Jtie poted M4
i the 1
wall doguainted wiih
ef the Dniotas,
Lwin, arpd ar one 4
at Trae
: enya]
from whieh to attack
oe
bade ed nis Ema vet
aloped Tighe frac
Rea mana kp es ig tah
he fad annals BOVE
Paow Minneat iin
ay TE OE
ann SS ENR
LOST ALL AT PO
RTH
MILLIONS
TENS,
PROPERTY NOW WA
STAKED ON Fi
How Nicollet Faland, st Minpespolls, Fass
o8 Orat of Poessasion of Pierre Bottipess.
His Conpsstion With the Early BRistory
of Miso a
com, havipg tween rn
the plges where Fargo,
Ar the tio of h
i
pd
Sweden and Sectehmen pear Fort Garry
wk Hettin
£0
years was 10
XY
an experienced gus skied
sd mors than ohn ¢
weg wy dog
Fe
Lake
fn want
Lord Selkirk s he
Sane gow
was smplored as a guides apd sont. and
was one of the priveipal embers of
=
He
8
eo}
au in the early duys
8 imost
ny
i ¥ AEs
Vata AUR Bat
in
a Hid
Ds
uy
Ha 0% RR
wwas the owner
vat tracts of valnshie jand, which
y Jat In ona way or an
%
¥
In i=4i Mr. Baty
NEVInE
if for whores and cow
whieh he dre
con thas
BEAT W
ia
2 deer ats
grasa omy
sur &
waa oof EEL
PITT ALR 4 iE
T
pn release
WER
rls he anadretole
Pe ¢ 5
prdaratownd hatter thay be did
Thera 18 x #1c29
wi EE ton ele res
i ein in the Masse
Minneapis
REA,
fate kindling, tie whee wits w renchad |
from
direct Jos
strewn along
the axion
Cat! ae, cloned apd Lying,
the vemd for 04
ER PAAR
Posed
Lhe
or
which
tracted
arm and deg
body badly brnied,
most separated piece from
(MY EOEIDeYT Was Bnei Goats in
Beal was nearly severed fram bis
and beah arma wore gone The
aan. Whoa was in one of the oa
wits theomn 50 feet in the air, a.
now jot of
ing his fall 2
tha sn ll and had one arm roles
“as | jureped from th
beneath a cumg :
abent 13 meen armed With
machetes They looked at
for a pioment, and thenat a sig
thelr jeader dismppenred in the
The Spanish Droops in the mean
mained in the ran
attack which did net 1d
nr, expe?
the trark Alzooet aii of the cattle were
killed omtright or injured to such an ex
tent that It Was tecesiary to end
misery. Every cur exc
comcls and the ron car
wis badly dansged
Cpodeh was, HRe the
' demolished The se
Sxmmed into ours and
half way up of the ro
“in review we fo
had sustained an
the Jaw, my sister w
ed apd 1 had a sur
mother escared wilh
the arn. Moat of the passeng
pretty badly shaken ap
Cv Upen examipation we f
the insurgents hal a Bb
froen the adgn of the Widals £0 |
and Boaed there between the ties
a dynamite to
wire to the elin
tread. Thera
to pase in safety, Lut as sn 88 Lhe
ond was over Lorpenio they Tn
the button of
and dynamite
tempt to Big
ward Havana wiibout
the insay
similar result
from onmtivipa des
parse of the meng
gs wail oad for
as try to Bod tess
HEY og
iTV A
or
i
en
the Hrs
ny “dg
third
the
ie
Fd
of the irnm car
my ow
Wi
mo the
fant
in ,
as tse 0 ee Dar
anal wrist
a Tew scratch
nud
Wars, Crating
busttery it
Ya
3
ANN the Brat
3k ais
A Tae
LER
fi Tek
SRY ;
Lag IRE
aa
diing wood. Until the prssent uo
had no dea of iL
dynamite. We
bat I am sore the
know we were on board,
not have Blown gp the rin,
General Igoacio
Bis life for the Colag tml
all of our family, as ¥
tha eld. Mother, Sst minia.
v.ife and mysel? will soon Jom you im
the United States. We have jeft the «
home here and sre ready tu do anything
for Cuba libre.’ :
8 gesitusiive
SER
2 pays
TIE
pee xi cry bp
Arann,
Rie
pr Hens
nl Dery
3 WwOnre 5
ted
3
§osontieredd in every
Lamotte
{ players discard a
; prs
ofS wedding
fhim hand a goad o
5 3 eviry BEL mune 3 !
Land hb
3 ard retired f
: rhe RAT and wath
ow. 1 immedi |
ately telegraphed for assistance aud a | persue belongings of the
wrecking train from Noewitas to repair Ewhe were wishing they bad mora
| wager uid thelr respertive hands
{aL au the
| tabile in
i ineau
{his cards, he thonght
| then remarzed that all be bal
: Nioaliet
4% : hohe of
anrs wos perrhed |
| pabin having stood upon
«iin the center
¢ years
KER.!
: : A Hantemasn’s Stary With the Lave of »
% . a
armed a oly of | TEM ; ;
Broken voeks ate
3 Sonrs of de
thems porpie began an exodns for oder |
> gi Beiwas, Bedtinean Was
i and
3 se} oop Ka
Plotedd ot ould not oeate.
| take to wing: sgain the jefe does the |
P work, J
i wing.
ley expedition, which crossed ; ;
wan seemingly coming ho pearer (0 Toe hed
i den cripple
| down with the wind, swings aft OOS |
‘un
the dlert, on she copes, straight ax an |
| arrow, neti] confromted bros high flat
ster. Mr Botthpess was a warm friend | rock, apparently wo high for the leap:
of Jawpes J. Hill, {he raliway magnate,
. { having poet Bim at St Paul when 1ha
L pigs was little m
| podnt and where Mr
nes Trocghter
s trading | : ; : i
| hesitates, stops the hanging [OBER IS |
i lin
| paw,
| straightens the boshy tail ned
Patil
{ aniousl was the bearing heart; the
brestiving even ewmed hushed
51 sie elder peg |
Dave 003 Ta kena oA
¢ bards,
{ive Ehading. Vora aad
| pemained among The OARS Vary nL
i what they
Ponld fash
| their least
i Bretosy peasant of
THE POINTER IN ACTION.
og Told Between Lises.
Cm the frst merning ont we strock
tht with
Juanes,
gulf
nr gy
pid {roorge ty the
gr GH Weis
SETITH
fore Bound #
rel brings
Whil
alas, thn ge
frets
wandwane Teli
ding 39 RO 1®O I bait,
w owas ran Hem conus am
winch Jeannette
Go #arta A
Wo
ny
huge
A fow yards farther and fw more
Wid falls with nn kb
My : :
The doctor and
Wa go 0 find,
Pen hive Jef ni Wo most search alone |
wom rock to rock bounds Jeannette, |
Ria takes a wider oast |
With bead high and every sites of) |
| but, fearful of lowing for an instant what |
Phos dulicate nostrils contain. up she
gros. lands on the edge, starts to cross, i
3
Ria
draws in: with it ene side of the upper |
She gently rates that slopder deft |
lowers that knowing bead, |
Hak
domb |
i
The snly motion in hil
For 2006 yards in any dieection rail
| hs meen this small aaron of motte
| marie 5
oben ny ROR 0
: | stil
i benrt of any troe sporisiaan
| was
Uber, re
| hidden
I a handwime
Pearse hone nes idie
fracets. pers 1d
it
wiak 4 waht to
benntifal
sched at 1h
wh
Ton paves
£ Wk 4
der a rook, j
EER EY :
The guide seonpwl
Th Tw :
Lad
Bat a a
mantis 5
Bay
NEN
A CURIOUS FRENCH Ci
| The Basfanel snd the Part He Play In |
iniatere Weddingn
yi
greiage omstams in Flame Bgee |
ni
We Sensi a ele age, ned Co i
weed pReTRORDIED
Interesting pon ligrity
i.
Ll religioma respect
I lite fannors wid
: Bim fro
wi Win foreta
Cages, wh
: stately Tw
3 peer FEL
Pfowr a girl in man
Commer.
fossnteimonial embeasmsaior
§ Sens
Lpgred
COWRTh
2%:3
Ww!
AR he ¥ Hara al
4 £% i a
ed 0 Lhe sane RRR
&
Big hand inviseible and §
Hisopgd
den wpe pro
Fi wilt 8 3
6 LEE Sie
Fa lig badd
Thogiey
TW
table was heaped with
Thad,
$0
men Te Ee] ax ogy thie
font of thes, and it was Bar
tr, Carefully ooking
fy
sian, ’ Wika (Sa
Father He De Es
aarioest ants ers Td
i pond
the iz fon
when it wis pglisd down B
#
5
Bis
make Tix For tho rernleds
:
TH ¥
CRGBg.
This inland
bel against E048
ShraNiy Of i
¥ r
ad 2%
L 4 a 4
La Aan
the Amite ede
ad IS iad ib
PAE WAItHE A siiie
Wik a soon B
i
fae
a the
fray.
nent,
wlio
fhe dan
taat dav oe
wipntesanond an
& Frgw Ped FF eaves
Ater rel Ha arLNn
5 ¥
PE
fabio Lace 1p.
There was a dos
Thon Box!
WIaiErNACE
xt
Hache
WELL the paar.
gever touched a card
fag in any fon
i the conntey B
rr Red Lagn
Don chm
gh Sa ihe thine
la fae g “4 SN
Twat
BrOnersy
AL
soa
Fa
a Botrinean one
Fails, where
wWisere
fie
hig death,
graduad iy
is
the
a
aogaine Rae
on
Pinan estan
aera
of Hottinean
82 Lis
death
away the Last
VOTRE and
wet.
aniy a Tew
spends mu
AN toe Af
1dentifying a Warcioad.
“Better git
the harkeepsr fo The bunieer,
they git to tohtin
“Which acke!”
“Shem toa etn
that's tail
friends they am’
Fhieton GRexR Oud,
5
i at the fur
wher what oad
fo Eod rsh) fouis
we 3 HULTS GiHIIR STRAY
nai
3
i fared
. Cand pu
CATE ie DORE]
TET rie
: pit hee ite bi
| fhe basfana
{ halt
i the foal fale
% ®
LP
ant the ¥
Lo paviabily un tall
| from hovse to boos in
At 1
{works at foam iveesigia blo
| the heat informed nan conoen ning the
Ever 3 3
district,
{oweanen, Deanse
t fad
| geandal Their Xing for him canses
{ men to despise him. but they
| loss have recourse to Bis services as an
| intermediary whenever the peed aries, :
| Sneh is the basfanel
Cgestive tO
| respect. Tom
ais Tat WOE TI a tw i
Cmnch approved
i Rob th
{a piece
Lomghily.
{ moved, tint
Umar the
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with semarkable factiity amd porreet-
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