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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 30 April 1898

- ~~to. 'A~he 'Event Havana I. :l , C.?: ', . *, iL~.-> . I MERICAN genius t,.'^:/?:/):'-;"?i't' ~ . has done more to :::,. ".:: '*:,"'~.' develop the 'torpe':,^.:.. ".. . '/!! II / do as an instru!?''J:: :"'* '//- - ' ment of marine 1:% 0 '8A Jwarfare than the .?:1:. '*::.': . '^"~- .....inventive skill of .i: v,: -'' .... ~ ,/ ~ ' any other nation~.. ~?:;..:,, ,^ -^^^ ' n ality. While the zl]~::!')^-:: -' , .'~-~ /-'\ history of this ter; '"-{'~: :": ''^, . ^ ^ rible death engine :~??:("'-, \ n' ' "-"~ dates as far back : E as 1585, when an Italian engineer nam2:i~(; [ ed Zambelli destroyed a bridge during ~~':;:. ~the siege of Antwerp by exploding a :;- Bscow 'load of gunpowder against the i.; y\, ' pier, it was not until the days of the ,'! ;.i. revolutionary war that an actual de;' I': monstration was made of the efficacy of the torpedo. Since that time the process of evolution has gone forward rapidly, and from a crude contrivance 'consisting of nothing more than a bar- rel...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

, IY 7, 1898. I . .,_ STforY 9F THE FIGIT three men-of-war from three dif- ies became effective. :tbhi -;' LETTER FROM ALASKA. _T4RY OF THE~ FIGHT ferent nations-French, German juncture the Don Juan d stria . -- _ ~____ ~ and English. The decks and rig- became the center of rest. Experience of an Ellis County -How the Americans Went to gings of each of these ships were She had been in the very nt of Man in Alaska. Battle At Manila and thronged with eager officers and the battle and had recei4d per- ' - Battle At Manila and sailors. Discipline seemed to be haps more of the Americ! shots Published by consent of W. W. WinHOW~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 0T ,Lbihedy Wonseto . . Wi How They Won. forgotten in an intense desire to than any other. AdmirafMonti- niford. . Madrid viBatsee what the yankees would do- jo on the burning Cuba t/reo, up CANON CITY, Alaska, April 18, Madrid, via Bianritz, May 3. those yankees who in three-quar- his armes with a gesture f des- 1898.-Mr. W. W. Winniford...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

i ; k e rrid feel, I BA .rfi ZZELL, Proprietor. FERRIS. : :: TEXAS, . o : TEXAS HAPPECNOGS. Ht E7 Forney is to have an artesian ven. Picnics are the order of the day throughout the state. Rev. George Stuart is conducting a : . revival at Galveston. A fine flow of artesian water has j.b? been struck at Gatesville. The state board of dental examiners meets at Waco on the 16th. : A company of forty-two colored men has been organized at Ennis. .S. Four patrolmen have been added to ,:~:: the police force of Sherman. X% The annual State Saengerfest at Gal~,'' 0 veston was an artistic success and ~ ; , largely attended. Col. W. H. H. Moore, one of Texarkana's pioneers, died in that city a few days ago, aged "D years. -- .Eight companies of infantry passed through Beaumont one day last week, and received a perfect ovation. Sheriff Britton, of Swisher county, was acquitted at Canyon City on the charge of killing Bob Stewart at Tulia. All the prisoners in the county Jail at Quitman made their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

.~Yi: h :!: ere-are said to be fewer marria -?..: :-. ^luring war times than in the days :s . : peace. : _: : _ .. .':- Biad Pay and Hard Work. ? _ ':- - :- 'The bad pay and hard work -;--r i : trained nurses has often been mE .:' : ; the subject of remonstrance by me : .:, 4al men. It is well for an inva: - before he needs a nurse or doctor, : se Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, , ::>- -- sAie has chills and lever, constipati 4'heumatism, dyspepsia or nervousne - Use it regularly. Greece came near letting Turkey gi Bible her. -% - Mexican Courwesy, The principal eharaeteristic of t ' Mexican is his Innate courtesy. T 'extravagant expressions of ordins politeness which the tourist hea .rom even a poor peon are report -and possibly exaggerated, in the f "lowing sketch: "'Oh, how delicious -polite!" is a phrase we hear every d .from the lips of fornlgn ladles wh .they enjoy the not Wiusual sight $two natives, ragged beyond descri tion, perhaps, who step a horse car the street, and keep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

SUCCESSOR TO THE FERRIS SENTINEL. $ i.oo A Year. : , Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. - AD VERTISIyG RATEBS. '?- I' Locals 5c per liue and display ads Z*.- o 12Xc per inch per insertion. Liberal -"-'--cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. North bound. I South bound. No. 1-5:35 p m I No. 2-10:30 a m " 3-7:26 am . ,, 4-8:03 p m '" 15-10:30 ' I ", 16-5:05 " &. ..< FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, April $O, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County offices $5, Precinct $2.50; strictly cash in advance). For Representative: Z T BUNDY A J LOYD District Clerk: WALTER S KEMBLE JOE P COOPER J W BRoxso~N 0 A FINLEY County Clerk: A LASSWELL ED HAWKINS T 0 CHEATHAM Harry E PICKETT GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WHITE JOHN T JONES TOM CHANCELLOR P L A JEFFERS ' Tax Collector: CROCKETT JENNINQG For Sheritt: offices J P MINNICK GEO C SWEATT Tax Assessor: PiTER SMITH Count j=_reasu.r: : HARDY P MIZELL JOE SINGLETOM JOHN C ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

7xe JAP1 of OMr SI"/n. " L . PI fhtf .iI an 11iazartt '^-]~ him back his '', id many years; i :a? Thniinoca dlrino r in W.Yxa.hn pnh;c .SS 0 HWO111oo >U"I1 IL TV J"q)U J. 1o~ . o ^ stock, better stock, more reasonable prices. - " ^- ren Hras4- "A hat's a Good shirts and drawers at 40c , 75c. . s pring ats hat for a' and $1.00. The 50c shirt is the leak seller, : that but correct style in good qualities such for there's more real value in the higher or - as we are showing at the prices we are lower grades. g i making is not found every day or every v t h i : place; the prices are 50c, 75c, $1.00, $2.00 Sprin Ever character ust the i and $2.50 for straws, $1.00 to $5.00 for soft sm casme hats; Knox and Hawes derbies. Clothing The kid f clShes We are doing -Sf nog oriug ar underwear wwe ve sold here for the past eight years - business fora has built the character of the store; the :-U nderw ear . ,but not clothes are right or it's your money back. a-~"~~profit, but. .. -o Suits in c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

NO MOVEMENT AT PRESENT. W ill Probably Wait Until Another Naval Battle. 1* :: Tampa, Fla., May 5.-It appears to be almost a settled belief among army officers here that no movement of United *V' : r States troops toward Cuba will take place until after the meeting of the Spanish flotilla with Rear Admiral Sampson's squadron, which is now believed to be inevitable. Nevertheless everything possible Is being done to put the troops in readiness for immediate shipment. Plans for division ships and the allotment of surgeons were practi - cally completed yesterday. The first in/ fantry, one of the regiments which will n: be landed in Cuba, was put through the emergency entrenchment drill, throwing '~? up entrenchments with tin cups, skil:-' --' lets, fry pans or whatever was conven:4 lient, and long practice marches in -a heavy marching order were given other regiments. Preparations for the landing of a large force of native Cubans at a-> -some points in Cuba within convenient S' reach ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

ATMA'S PROGRESS.1 From Cold to Cure. No relief in other remedies. ftere are many medicines that palliate .thma. There are few that do more than relieve for a time the oppressed breathing of the sufferer. There are few diseases more troublesome and more irritating than asthma. It interferes alike with business and with pleasure. It prevents enjoyment of the day and makes the night a terror. A remedy for asthma would be hailed by thousands as the greatest possible boon that could be offered them. There ij a remedy for asthma. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has cured hundreds of cases of this disease, and testimonials to its efficacy frony those who have tried the remedy are multiplying with every year. The cases presented in the testimonials that follow, may be taken as exemplifying the quick and radical action of this great remedy. "About a year ago, I caught a bad cold which resulted in asthma so severe that I was threatened with suffocation whenever I attempted to lie down on ray...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 May 1898

AitLAF at-h::::::''high prices 'they did-. t-t stop I- [ :.;: sent a 6 pounder after -em -and :d' ::::.come. This charge is a 10':unde: : - :- 0''fr'om:a bigfire--been wetonly. - . \ -( ' 60 pairs children's shoes 5c. Sheeting 10 at - -,:'. OChildren's slippers, 12. to 2, 25c. - - Pepperell's bleeched 1' ti-.h h 4g -b. "*~:-:--" - Children's slippers 50c, worth $1 00. Figured lawn 3e. ..;. .. Ladies slippers 15c. Figured lawn 5c, worth 7c. . ] 'Ladies' slippers 25c. -Figured lawn 7,ic, worth lOc.?Ladies' slippers 35c. Figured lawn 8c, worth 121c?1 ' Ladies' slippers 50c. Our lOc and 15c organdies areilovely. -- " -SLadies' slippers 65c.^ ^Just received a nice line -of sil-ksfor waists at ~%"' "'S i Ladies' slippers 75ce 25c. - 500 pairs men's fine shoes, some have been wet, ^others not touched, they are worth $1.50, $1.75, Sale still on in our ladies underwear. $2.00, to $3.50 pair, you can take choice at $1.25. Ladies' drawers 15c to $1. - - Ladies' slippers at $1.00 $1.25, $1.50, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

FERRIS, ELLIS. COUNTY, TURDAY, MAY 14, 1898. Primary Election Law. Wheat, oats, corn, cotton fruit and garden stuff are fine. -AV ' Josh Norman was mingling. with friends here Saturday last. Wednesday was candidate day here.' Counted 24 and there must have been as many more we did not, see. Taking all together they were a lot of jovial, good smart fellows and cur people certainly can get good officers out of that collection of men. Marriecd, at the residence 'of the -brides-fater,.lj. miles ,southeast of India; on last-'Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, Mr. Henry Nolen to Miss Anna Daniel, Rev. M. E. Hawkins o-.iciating. To this young couple we extend congrat ulations. .--"'-. Prof. Million, of Ferris, was here 1Sunday evening and organized a ... . , elass and was: to have begun teach?--' - lg Iere T-uesday ntghit, but owing "w t^=-'---'^' . ri" uywhey did not The law regulating the holding e of primary elections, passed by e the 24th 'legislature, approved i April 1, 1895,-and which app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

:t .oseve.ti rleadougers, ^InA00soeveltV's,.rough -:e(a, p yesterday morntig-:ygtl:faer they had eaten i":"ottl breakfast -at the :y:.put .:n fine sombreros :flianel . hi-rts, and at a disi4t : bw 'easily- distinguiphe4 . :nein'a rough riders )froin es:t. They were assigned iarters in a somewhat iso:of the ffair building, where s 'haa e:- been established, enemse'ives as comfortable as ere. - ': , - seemed to find camp life no they expected, and they all iastic over the prospect of a-::" 'f action. They fra,th their companions... everal of the Fifth ave..-iAd the Arizona frantiersmen .d..y.:on familiar terms, and an '.-warnm 'friendship has sprung = '.^^'en .Woodbury Kane and a giKjlinsman from Arizona named E''i-Remming. The latter has a "jfoupght Indians in his day, "^^ *' seme of his adventures in atipressive style that Mr. Kane 'loses his breath sometimes. mp was put under military day,--and sentinels posted at . , 'S"No -one was permitted ~ l_ /~]jor 'out without a pass. Only t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

I.EX..S, -. 4. : :, a. . i S i , - sYtm .,Is tls : "' :ee a,: fishing club ., B.:Wiliox was elected King o Kari ival. -apliH'ented her public school n .releetng them. uar,:frize :-fight fame, is so.the state for awhile. .ey /Was bitten by a coppernear :Deuison. No serious achez, on trial at Wharton ,.P4eg e-murder of G. H. Wells, 3Tcounty courthouse bonds, to of o:$43;,50,, have been registerafr-old -boy named Ernest Linn 4;:y lightning at Joshua; Johnf recently. A - .D. _Robnett, professor of n"< tl'te -Dallas-high school, has a position iii the navy departti 'Washington. W mornings ago four frame buslouses burned at Goliad. The gs were occupied by general mer'and the- loss will be fully $8,000. g-station on the Missouri, KanTexas -railway, a few miles south Ly, has been named Dewey, in of the American commodore of iHomblett, six years of age, 11v!air Redwater, shot and instantly 4 shi ten-year-old sister, Pearl, sevd:says since. The children were g In. a room. A gun, supposedly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

H'-^- i-ow the Gr t Battie i -i:'- ..:' . -Was Fought, - With a Series of Maneuvers Like on Dress Parade the Americans Gained a,4 y lne ,n it, and . ..... Yas destroyed. The admiral was again forced to escape in a-small boat. The defenders of Manila and its batteries, as well as those at -Cavite, were silenced, and beaten tp the ground by the rain and shot and shell. During Saturday night the vessels of -the American squardon crept inside the bay, through a supposed maze of mines .and torpedoes.- They were not observed by any of the watchers on the Spanish garrison until sparks were emitted from the funnel of the Mc-Culloch. Then a few shots were exchanged with the garrison, but owing to the -darkness they were ineffective. There was no patrol, nor were any searchlights placed at the entrance to Manila bay. The vessels of the American squadin never stopped or slowed down until ney had assumed a position directly opposite city of Manila. This was just at daybreak. The order of battle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

^* ^^^*^n a3 pinCeDterl ._.__~p nt3r Bpe. ~a'd display ads m~[jj^^h; per -Hiseilon. Liberal KEZELL, Editor. X ,;May 14, 1898. , offices $5, Precinct offices ,':etl:y cash in advance). . tentative.: .,-A J LoYD "'->ALTER S KEMBLE jOE F COOPER : , VW BaoxsoN ..-- A FINLEY Ol'erk. -. A LASSWELL : ED HAWKINS ; ! T 0 CHEATHAM - Harry E PICKETT - ' t:ORGE 0 ALVIS :i- : U V WHITE /> JOHN T JONES :: :ToM CHANCELLOR :k -P L X JEFFFnRS ectr : JENNINGS fThROCEETT JENNINGS -,. J P MINNICK X -:GEO C SWEATT sor ::--"PETER SMITH :?EL;P MIZELL e_"A!- -IEER HAWKINS ttl -perintendent: X J M ALDERDICE ?:sioner Precinct No 1: :? -THOMAS MARTIN iH:;' . E ORR Xie of the Peace Precinct No, 2: A J SANDERS f-e-S Precinct No. 2: S? --ARCH BUSBY -;:" JIM MORRIS ' - '"' J T PACE -; EUGENE ADAMS JAS M MOYERS W ; ILI McADAMS. .EORGE DEWEY has enlisted as kAte soldier in the second it:nt of-New York. lie is' a ::if-:A.4 siral Dewey. r':.dmiral Sampson is as far trior in strength and execuk&to Admiral De...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

-A Immune from n a Spray. - X During a rdeent :trip of oa1w of the fast ocean linerss a trim an nd-h/seme young woman who speat much of her time on deck wore attire so light that * these who noted her predicted she would get drenched and take cold. Nevertheless. on the rainiest days she was ODn deck. and "-?ver looked the +he voy'"e rudeslce does not' aeget ;1aiisnor coiaserv;atiya chaoso. . " 3"! Po0ts,'like balloons, sometimess fy high and accomplish nothing. ' Colorado has many wbeaen and 'a Mahntou. War produces both woes and witticisms. The Death Rate. ,While it is quite true that the pro'-rtion of deatbAarom malaria as an im'iate cause is proportionally small, ~'vsicians are thoroughly eon't it causes maladies of a fatal 'nd begets dangerous nor'on. This malady is eradeivented by Hostetter's .o pilfer bases are al "*'-'- -, -- condemned by a n yncay tribunal, and beheaded in the course of a few hours. Billy goats eagerly devour the newspapers regardless of their politics. . No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

A BLANK/ I !?i. = at high prices they did not stop, we then -' sent a 6 pouqder after 'em and down .they, ' .come. This charge is a 10 pounder. Shoes ' !' from a big fire---been wetonly. I H2~:' pairs children's shoes 5c. _gH ;0!iahldren's slippers, 12 to 2, 25c. _^ ?:0i>i lCddren's slippers 50c, wyit. 1 00. _ l sA?~adies slippers 15c. _ '/~. ^ hLadies' slippers 25c. Ldiifies' slippers 35c. jIadies' slippers w0c. -w e?:. r :'-- slippers 65c. * slippers 75c; _-o pairs men's fine shoes, some have been wet, others not touched, they are worth *$1.50, $1.75, $42.00, to $3.5t pair, you can take choice at $1.25. d,/[: Lr4adies' slippers at $1.00 $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 ---!aund $2 00, worth double. :' .. Clothling. Men's suits, coats, vests and pants at only $1.00. -'God: Boys'-knee pants 10c. : Boss' knee pants 15c, worth 25c. l >-: Boys' knee pants 20c, worth 30c. ':- -:Boys' knee pants 25c, worth 40c. Men':s pants 50c. men;i pants 75c. r men's $1 casimere pants sell at other stores a!...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

be united b-- a jfine oft tot etx "~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~h "-7'`7--": -? -7 ......... t~ T h e u is e ~ e s 'f all the cedin-g $5~00, -or by im prison mnent ' C flf r I lI J^l ^ey c~n ~derive fro inthm e iiy, jail not exceeding tips an wea '^~~~C~~hool. .....thirty d 'r'both . fine and im-. Joe Jones stated six men to- chop- prisonnient. ping cotton Monday. He has about Sec. 2. Every person who shall 95 acres ready to-be chopped now. knowingly procure any illegal J. F. Rodgers and wife visited at vote to be cast at any suchprima- - A. J. Carrolls Sunday. ry election shall be deemed guilty - - P B. H. McKay attended Bible read- of a misdemeanor, and upon con- H 'ellithe 1T ruth Clothie - lng'liere Sunday evening. viction thereof shall be punished The India and Bristol base ball as provided in the preceding sec-___-- "e ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r s~~~~~~~~~~~~~~,j ... . . . . . wfls 'teams met at Ferris on last Saturday tion. X^T bribe 3anyn pvotd -. ofhe b ^purpose KnowsGmz Wife. $600,000,000 3...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

arvhciTht vlgi off t~i-om^^t was given some time tu, r:anhh/ , the scene of this Ltural vision, ts-daily visited by owds -of people, and from 200 rxe encamped-there all the time. -eavalcades from Juenro have through going. to Louz, carirsont afflicted with all manner Biitles, all hoping to be blessed :fed .by. this. "Sanita" (meaning male saint), as they call the [ous visitor. pit week the Sons of Hermann held :ee days session at Fort Worth, eating considerable business. Aus-tnext year's meeting, which con.t[he. first Monday in May. The iers chosen are the following: Grand -Wdept, C. F. Altermann, Dallas; -d first vice president, F. A. Boett~iWeimar; grand secretary, John ,er,San Antonio; treasurer, G. Hel4;-a:aiager trustees, W. Olden4alveston, and J. H. Rickelman, IAtn-- guide, F. Kraft, Clear T'g; inside guard, Ed Schultze, Vii; outside guard, P. L. Windhau1 Caldwell; deputy sisters' lodge, .ulin:Sqan Antonio; member flcommitfee, C. Von Rosenberg, La e. ,iptroller Finley makes th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 May 1898

'A . - orn do -od relaftves-rn- r- tas- Saturday and Sunday. The Lancaster Roller Mills has corn, dran and meal for sale at all times. Miss Jennie Rousiele spent Wednesday in Garrett visiting her grandmother. Rev. Archie Rrice and Miss Mary McKnight visited in Corsicana Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. L. P. Hepler visised Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hepler. in Dallas this week. fr. Jas. Goble and Niece, Miss Hattie, visited relatives in Dallas the first of the week. Waxahachie's two dailies were consolidated Tuesday, the Record : : ying out the Light. .. "ngVV -_ i~y, urg - ' -A -- ill Winniford and family le Tuesday-for Abilene, where Mr. Winniford expects to reengage in the-barber business. Prof. J. A. Kooken, principal of the Hamilton school, and Miss Pearl Horton arrived in Ferris Wednesday on a visit. Archie Malloy came in Tuesday from Galveston, where he has been attending the State Medical college, to spend the&-vacation at ho me-. The young ladies of the senior class of the Ferris Institu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 May 1898

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY, 28, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM Naval Vessels. Bats, Destroy Vermin. Since the outbreak of hostilities If any bats are found about your between the United States and Spain barn or other buildings, encourage Great many questions have been their presence. Dr. C. F. Hodge of Fed about the various kinds of ves- Clark University, Worcester, Mass, s i n the navy. The following is a in the Country Gentleman, says ort description of the kinds of na- that in an'orchard near his home i vessels: he found nine grubs of the codling 'The distinction between the various moth in one minute. Chancing to Itdypes of nival vessels is often mis- visit another orchard not a mile ,/d s derstood. A torpedo-boat is used from the first, he found only four :y destroy wh'r vessels, 'particularly grubs in an hour's search. The t battleships, akd torpedo-boat de- owner of the farm said that in an 'ioHyers, as their name implies, are old barn near by lived 75 to 100 intendedd...

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