The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, November 17, 1898, Image 7

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    Ly was Shy
had one great | advan-
oa Americans in those en-
i knew the range of
0 advance toward the enemy's
Then, too, the ground was
ith small troes nl i ue
except in patches of abont
pet in Hamerer, and of these
ymisrds had the range also. Ac.
y it was impossit le for the
s to march in anything like
rhe soldiers Scattered out and
Sometimes |
thick bash
would 4 shirt, en Shey
ad it they nently lost their
n, and Bey rogue resulted.
ly 1 the First United States
y was thus picking Its way to
ont and was ordered to deploy
nish lines. All the men had
nate relative distances, and |
sa together of com-
IE there.
was pushed
eo over it. Finally
out to res | the erent of the
ELA Pos 2h
te n the army.
ritle had share of a squad | *°
te men of his ‘When he
1d the crest of the "hill he had
of his sqtiad with him. He
* time to hunt for the miss
Instead he organized a
from the unattached
, some from his regi-
vad some troca other regiments,
tioned his men on the bill, and
'» Barty of abont forty Span.
rt away from a blockhonse,
8 Blinn with them.
Wis an apportanity not to be
io twenty regulars were iying
ad. ioe Tritle gave
, 800 yards, ordered
‘ Aro a at ill and dropped down
them anid began shooting. |
ad had fired two or three shots
seh member and had dropped
paniards when a Colonel of an-
Ve
it, cease firing there! Do
rho u're shooting at?”
Spa ds, = rgeant
eplied, jumping to his feet.
Ire not Spaniards. int’
Roosevelt sod his rough
i Roosevelt aud his men
( re in Sat pocket. 1 saw
ariunity
; oy didn’t
n? ? It we gould
ines in no Wot
ha a8 wife a Lancaster
mea got pos-
his tren:
a trenty a hill with a
of wi 500 yards, and
remained nutil the oven-
next day, when the First
able to go to their assist
had a terrible time of it.
not retire and they dared
The Sp ds bad
on ‘them und 8 alarmingly
“Berkeley looked up over
ofa hill sud a a bailet Rien
i. heud up again, and a
d elowe to his other CAT.
, 2 that it was » big
diatence away, A volley
it and two sharpshooters
long to the ground
was averted, but the
ma hid ig they
that was not very much.
ly five pieces of hard-
the stemy, and they
ut When their regi-
Paaarrivane. He was in
of a small squad of men and
gun, He» and his soldiers
By hii one of she! San
@ gun alter them,
o barbed wire fences and
pin the face of a furious
iards. Mun
| geant was not to be kept from the
crest of the hill. He and his men were
often compelled to hait and wereen
were wonnded, it seemed that ail must
be shot down, but the progress of the
(Gatling gun was never stopped long.
Pulling and pushing it the noidiers got
it to the crest and then what vengeance
| they took npon the Spaniards who had
wounded their comrades!
began pouridg into their broken
ranks 500 shots a minnte, aml
scattered in quick confusion. And so
bravel
defend
jards were nuable to isiodos
New York isan
their position that the Span.
«3%.
sLIERRER, rm
End of an Ancient London Charred,
Owing to the recent changes, Holy
Trinity, Minories, has ceased to be a
parish, sad will be united to St.
Botolph's. [If may be well to remem:
bier that the chureh which will thas
undergo transformation into a mere
purith-room has a long and distin.
guished history. Originally the chapel
of the Abbey of St, Claire, which was
founded in 1293 by Blanche d'Artois,
Queen of Navarre, the church was
known by ils present uame as far
back as 1563, some twenty-five years
after Lady Elizabeth Savage had sar.
rendered the abbey to Henry VIIL
Among its plate are a pair of ‘fagons,
presented by ‘‘Homest Will Legge,
the cavalier who was given the abbe
buildings for his loyalty and ly
baried in the chareh. In
seventeenth century the place enjoyed
the same reputation for ‘easy mar-
riages” as did the Fleet later on, but
total fell rapidly to only six in 1865,
is | and now that warehouses have en:
croached on all the surrounding
ground, the permanent population is
small that church and parish alike
have ceased to have material reason
for existence. And in these days no
one pays much attention to sentiment,
— London Church (Gazette.
cs WSN AO AN
The Chinese Family.
well known, the family has 2 wine!
larger function than with us
the danghter- in-law becoming incor
porated in the faraiiy of ber bashand,
Sevoral generations may be welded to
Inte with time. Growing oid is cor
tainly robbed in China ol some of
the terrovs it has among Bau
is secarded to Lis wisdom A girl
way be worse than vaineless; a young
wile is the hapless servant of ber
wother-in jaw;
of honor, which iocreases with
the years, and a grandmother rales
the generations with avod of iron. In
the ¢lan the family ides is again ex-
lending members of
largely responsible for the conduct of |
the rest, aud ars "often punished for |
their erimes, although no one may |
saspect them of personal complicity
Evening Post.
Kir John Labboek's Pet Wasp.
Perhaps the strangest pet ever kept |
by man was a Wasp which Sir John
{ Lubbock canght in the Pyrenoes and
resolved to tame. He began by teach
ing it to fake its meals on his hand,
' | and although the tiny creature was at
first shy of going through its table
d’bote on
£3 to expect to be fed in that way.
John preserved this pet with the
greatest care. True, it stung him
onoe, but thea it had every excure for
doing so. Sir John was examising it
on a railway journey, and the door
being opened by u ticket collector he
unceremonionsly stuffed it into a
bottle, and the ontragel Spaniard,
process, gave him a gentle reminder
as to the proper way to treat a guest.
The wasp was a pet in every sense of
the word,
owner that
stroked.
it allowed itself to
prolong iis life it died. Muny wasps
have been under Sir John's observa
tion, but he has never bad such a
genuige pet as this cue. —Lnndon |
Chums,
A a
A Blank Corner in the Brain.
~numbers that are blundered over,
items of knowledge, familiar to most,
which some peculiar idiosynerasy can
never attain. An old school-fellow
once suffered constant punishment and
degradation because he never could re-
member how much nine times seven
‘made. Universal sympathy would be
felt for the lad-—except on the
part of the dominie—when, after hours
of “keeping in,” he would stammer,
in reply to the fatal arithmetical ques:
tion, “Nine times seven's fifty-six.”
‘One of our present-day writers con-
fessed recently that, from his earliest
boyhood, he has never been able to
count anything in threes. All mental
eaculations he makes either in twos or
fours, and he experiences the greatest
difficulty in repeating the three times
multiplication table correctly from
memory. — Household Words.
A SR AO BA FRE RISES A EL So ENA PREY
The Hyena's Digestive Powers,
It would be difficult to imagine more
extraordinary digestive powers than
those of the hyena. One of these
beasts has been known to swallow six
by | large bones wholo without crushing
but a mother is sare |
tended, and society compatied, The |
a cisn are held |
such an unusual festive |
| board, in a very short space of time it
themselves in the noderbrush, some | : :
! in which each stone i= coated wilh tar
. before it goes into the rosdway, wured |
and advocated by the city engineer of |
Tarred Maca lam Fonds,
A method of laying roscadam roads,
| Canterbary. England
In hix system the stones are pre-
i pared for the tar by beating them,
Turning
the gun upon them Sergeant Wittig
Jey |
did Wittig and his few men |
: fest high is formed tj
: od,
tion of many stones,
either in the open, or in
kiln. When dens in the open,
are soresd out on a flat bel,
twelve inches thick, and covered with
three or four inches of coke and hraaye,
with a little wood to aid the fire, and
in this way a stack of stone about five
: frequently
at torts
wel to bur
LYen
they
ry
Ri
® YE EF
made conical and alosed fhe tor
Then it is fired and
{Gr seven or mors days, As this meth
however, caases the disintegrs
an oven or kiln
Rie
{ with ts more equable temperature, nu
praferable.
Tar of good quality should be ase:
i 2
and heated Jong enongh to assure great
tenacity.
It raay be boiled in Hy
. gallon kettles, for three or four hours
Cand, after half a backetfal of
t of tar, shonld not be warmer than the 7°
pitea
added, boiled a little jonger.
The stones to receive their coatings
i palm of the hand can bear comfortably
i If they are used when too hot,
i value of the tar for bumiding
tae
2
is Ges
| troyed, and, if they are not hot enous
| the tar will be so thick that
1 wails
' soften in hot weather,
that sadhe ture it is screened, #0 as to
i three distinct sizes—one to two
! for the bottom layer,
When the stone is proper {empera.
F
SHAPE
inch
one-half to one
! inch for the middie layer and one
A SANA SAARI 0 vb
One of the most striking elements |
in Chinese life is its solidarity. Asis
i traffie and to be good for seven years,
The |
marriage of a son does not break in |
| upon the family life, but enlarges in, | Tepairs may be required.
. » depth of four.
material
gether in one home, the authority of
the elders becoming the more abso.
a square Far
The |
older a man grows the mors weight |
Balletin says
‘is a practical man,
of the saharban settlements of Haryio
barg, Penn.
{from 956 weddings in one year the | quarter to one-half ineh for the top
layer. The bottom layar is three tc
four inches thick and is thoroughly
rolled with a ten-ton roller; then the
second layer of half the thickness is
Isid and thoroughly rolled, and a very
thia top layer is laid and also thor
oughly rolled A final top dressing
of quarter ineh and smaller zranite
screenings is pat ap, and traffic is ad.
mitted to work this fine material down
into the tarred roadbed,
A road so formed is sail to be capa:
ble’ of sureying the heaviest country
with an outlay of four cente a square
yard for FEPAIrS, when more extensive
The east for
and-s-half i nches 1% for
thirty siz cents
yard, exesvating ei: ghtean oe
brick ballast,
eighissn
Bingensies,
SPRETs :
ten reais, | font
Lia
With a Moral.
A correspondent of the I. A.
My neighbor, Dr. 5,
£0 a init to one
-
1 Ww
he met the county fosd-
master and bis gang, at work, and
spoke as follows:
“Here yon ars att
again, just gs | saw you last year and
with the wrongdoers. — New York |
i year before that
| out of the gatters and piling it in the
i centre of the road, just as your grand:
. shoveling the dirt
| daddies did, to have the fire’ rain
wash it back again. Now, why don't
‘you take the small stone, waste and
broken rock from this qaarry sad lay
it five or six inches desp on your road,
| after dressing it off smooth, so next
i true, and, by gol,
{year you won't have to work hers
again?’ He says his soqasintance
scratched his head, and said:
I'll try i." Ro
. next year, when the doctor went down,
| he found several hundred yards of fins |
. macadam, and the rosdmaster at work
again, who said, "Abs! Doctor, we
are working on your plans now, and it
works 80 well | guess we'll keap at
it. ”
The doctor conciasded: ‘Now there
are at least two miles of the finest kind
of road that only needs a little pateh.
ing and looking after to keep in ele.
gant repair, where befors the whole
road had to be scraped up and damped
into the middle, only to be worked up
| into mortar by the passing vehicles ”
not feeling quite at horse daring the
Dan't Travel in One Track.
The last report of the Masrachnsetts
{ Highway Commission states that an
ag sondiaw'’
aad became so fond of its | JWportant calay
be | Stone roads is eansed by the tendency
s . It enjoyed eivilization for |
just nine months, when it fell ill, and |
cory time a ‘head showed. | although Sir Johu did all be eonld to wo feet.”
in maiotaiging
of drivers to travel in one track, there
by causing ‘‘s sirgle line of road to be
worn for a width of oneand-a half to
and making Decessary re
i pairs that would not be called for if
| the middle of the road”
Io most human brains there seers |
to »e one blank corner, like the blind |
spot on the retina of the eye. There sre |
words thai one cal never spell aright
| travel spread oat a little aver ths sur.
face. Signs reading, "Don’t drive ia
have been
pinced on roads where this tendency
: has been most marked and have been
| respected in many cases. The roads
would be still farther preserved if
wide tires and axles of aneqaal leagth
were uted on heavy velicies.
The Crusade in Paragraphs.
Start road improvement now.
longer the delay, the greater the cost.
If we had all the money bad roads
have cost we could almost pave them
in gold.
Remove loose stones from the high
ways. Ino rmaany States the law ex
it.
“Good mocial life,” says F. W,
Blackmar, ‘which rests largely upon
the economic, 1s essential to the well
being of a community.
harmonize our interests so that & bet
ter life is developed.”
When a Candle Burns.
Nothing is lost when a candle barns,
collected and weighed,
more than the whole of the original
candle weighed before a match waa
applied to it—the extra matter being
derived from the Jjxyzea of the mir,
§ It was ample and checked in
hd § A .
in ome of the small
girl was fat and frousy and
i most of the minor
. modern society
The
pressly requires road overseers to do |
Good facili: |
ties for exchange and tramsportatios
lead to better political and social cou: |
diticns, and we become soquainted and |
; world
If the smoke and 1avisible vapors be |
it would be:
found that they would weigh rather |
LOST—-ANOT! HER Linx,
. Where where is the t timed
The apron our grandmothers Loew?
Wis rig
bedeck ad
Nay, twas every known Suh: # and ha
And the lines 3
Arifis,
Ro plowsy with
Now where have
Progress hanisihed
Trem all int Ee
Ber Lb
GheR whiter
patience and a
they vaulshyel
“av, where is 1
With
Bog? av
ox et ad
rN
foes aateld di thy
wT he Snes an 3 4
3
rok TRG BLY
Fash raffled
A strings 8
scl farhel oy
fr rh ik
amt x
Corinne
# Foy Hime re
Her w
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p.oery SAYS PL Dw Se
woe Bevoy
taided in lavender v
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IBM
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perm Wit Rise
pecaiing
segbiv mw frye
i ohwra a th ob faeticmed Ror
ErW WORN Wears
ri tatior gard moet
2
se riper an %2y
aE | Ree
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ining :
8 wove
Fiasse Faslilon
Mags wom
ir ball gowns
ED APPRON.
#1 in!
is PF alias re
Aad bring b
p Booms wes op
PITH AND POINT
sation for an
fae
An appropriaie exe!
extravagant wife licar
pr vie nove
Ha ays thw profiem
A Tt Town
la Sugeer 4 nos
Hl osnppone sa
now IR LO seonre
Topics
Peudareos says
y Aun
sy Fad sm hap
3
with sarap
1 saad me
thirty-f0th
Now,
viewsy, ieq
wie!
yan va
” *
SE Harta 7 : 3s Ww FE
ard the Npaniard
pesnst bee! on the Hr
dely hia North Aner
Rl Nan
And BGs WaTe
thm For
He adver.
think it
he
wile,
advert
As thinks Lhe
and to
pretty hard to have
5 0 Piste
family. It
It was a
»
3 a
SEW na
y ham
2 3
# Olt peapah
jreinent sud
Te 3s 6
29 mika
Lise lianis,
Ta § i
FHF ik
at a hotel
The table
sku lacked
wlitien of
Sanday dinner
ler milion
%
son vellunn
Dut the
when abie casnally remarked: W
you sil gets ready for ice cream jest
holler. "Field and Stroaw
Fadia ORL0
Hea
Stern Parent So yom
marry my danghter, eb?’
Man-~"‘1 not only want to, La
tend to marry her’ Steru Parent.
“ON, you do! Well, have you any exe
pectations®” YX Nao !
erpest you will declin
ana we shail Gave
Thai Yaesiope Taam
ON ow £3
aad
ralt
Weil
pag LW Ard Lae ligial
the talre as Die
dresasd hie
The 1 Be
“lve :
bridegrs
ey 1s be
&% Dandssige
Fe AG MAkY & Gay
somewhat of a en
bridegroom was
athietie looking chap,
sense about him. They same into tue
offre withaont any fuss or blushes, and
simply said that they wislied to be
married. I married ‘em and then
started to fil out a certificate, but the
hushand asked me to fill out one winch
he had brought He said mine were
too fancy, Then he gave me a ten-
-
loliar note and a one-doliar note, i
oe,
lanalio
thin
fis 3
aE
and Hak @ava
HAaLpY
A Ww
an: 13
nin
tall
with
ik
don't know why le threw ju the odd
but I dida’t ask any ques
dollar,
tioas.
“Was the money in an enveloye?
No, srree! That esvelope game 18
plaved ont. I've heen caught a evuple
| of times with twenty five cent pieced
and I dont propose te
in envelopes,
jonored aprot, |
me |
8 Bead Down.
Ramey.
| Houtsdale | .
CDeowols Mie...
| Philipsburg .
be worked that way any sre." — New :
fiser
York Commercial Ad Tren
Fashion's Latest Ksxpressive Ward.
"here's a fashion
thera 1s fashion in dress, 11 walk, ma
1a words, just as
thoazht and 1a everything wise in the
Just now, so a woman just
back from Loudon 2 tomiy
is the fashionable word. To the s1
ple mind “comfy” is the wid nursery
way of saving cond
initiated “‘comfy”
word which declares your utter up-to
dateness, — Washington Fost,
tell % toe
Aaa Uy
¥
Re
¥
srtable, Dat te the :
is the magic pass |
j
: Ramey.
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MANY VARIETIES SEEN BEYOND |
THE ALPS,
Atay Iray sa Period Sacred to Tovevs
Thronghoant the Well Governed Little
The Young Mun Most Take
Tans to Please.
Boop htie
HERE 1: so olber
Furapsss contitry
in which thers IR
ga lave and mp #8
sEnTiN. @& f
marringe
there
the
feat cAI.
fm
“£ iy ih
Pe
TY EIA
Any
Nix
Y to
ronmpared with Switzer
the Shmeas-
oof AEia
What
Chine,
arirahle opnply
far.
va {per Mav
day ix a day decreed wo lovers, a gay
of aricom cc dawn
~gnd indeed, nsril Hs midnight. the
aver whe mal Win
must vigriaity the intention of Rid aie
tentions dis pay |
frou aed
The most
Kays. planting
pine. or May
wefars her father
rie with yf
Bowers of ribbon This ls considerasd
the m« marked attention a laocerns
Ver ohn offer to the maiden of hid
devotion. If his suit is acceptable her
parents invariably reward bim with
lavish entertainment And nothing
shee so proves that family is
lifted quite off asd carried
he
rreriand
Hreity
praise
wat] not only Woo
ET 4 ¥ %
Fy 13 and rig
A
im porian
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these
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dav he
af
iz
t oj
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per-
ip
plants
pioe
and
the eonrinh
free
woe
frat
ines!
WE
Ad mow aw
ita fen!
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org hownitaiiny
On the
the ma friends
Sridegrocm gather
for a fr
. wi 8 a; ¥oopvang 0
#v8 G7 3 AEP Ne
hoth
marriage
ride and
Big
AAT
5 #
iS £95
Tagether 3%
festival sailed
Fach maid
Kerohisg
Binds ug
of or Doth
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dawnlreak
Ler flawers 2.0
. favorite vaurh's dwel
ings her frugrant
igh the
ank iittle
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fonfrihuces A Das
of gay Bowers am
A DEeRAY OF A NM
and, Zong home
mon gms
each girl
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Roi
Bas
Yanese
pou jooking so ginm
kaow my rich uneles,
Beir 1 am Yau
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ast week
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tn «fect December | 1897.
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Faillpeturyg
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with aii Beech Creek Raiirs ond Loa nn
rand from Deieicnts, Lock Haven, Bi
Pe — Bending, Dbuadeiphin sud New
York: Lawregewaiie Corming, Walkin
Geneve and Lyces; Ulsarteid, Mebafley and
Parton, Carwsaaviiin, Dafa, Pusitsataw
’ Ridgway, Bradford, Buflaic sud
Bochester,
A: Qewcia for Houtzdale and Ramey with
R, kK treigs leaving Tyrone m2 106 P.M.
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open window,
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| owing dust,
| Pennsylvania Railroad
Table
May 18, 1368
Main Line.
Treva ream Fast vasd,
Ses Eger Expose, wil dayy
A raorip Keeonsaesing bs wav devs
in Fine Pxprvan dad;
ora Aesosnipatatt Seu
“ £3 Fapross, hutiy
u sedelplin Faron, of
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to
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Past Huw Se
Fotiantorn
Carnbria and |
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Ties. Agt.
ni
Ay 3 Cis
Frery Avimal Its Own Duwtor.
Animals get rid of thelr parpsiteg by
mud, clay. ete Those
suffering from fever drink water, and
sometime plitnge into it. When a dog
has lost its appetite It salts that spe-
cles of grass RKown as dog's grass,
which acts ug an emetic and 3 purga-
Cats Riso sat grass Sheep and
saws when {1} meek ont tain herbs,
An animal suffering from chronie
rheumasism always keeps az far a9
possible, in the sup The warrior
apts bave regularly organized amb
Isp oes lLatreille out the anisnnge of
an ant and other ants came hind rove
era tha wotinded pur! with a trans-
parent fold se thelr mouthe
Beech Creek Ra ail road.
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B tarewnd Time Tabild
five
erated in
Lams,
Loven
» 3imil
ir 9
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