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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - March 18, 1887, Smethport, Pennsylvania XXIV MARCH 18. THE USE OF ul anJ at M ft ft EllA WRITES OF STUDIO A PARTIAL LIST OF THE SIONS IN COMMON M I i r r My i 1'J- AT 1 He A a l A M i. W. N I MtW t W I HI V 1C ill I I W i 1.0 tt W W I al. E mod cca II it IS at Sba gmM to wooM to am M tbo m t rana as. the oua that would salt i ditto 5 to tell bat wilh m test Lurked at the of M. J bud not tows to tar tall caw m sucaS wtt 11 KUIK i r VII VU IV t 7_ ti. E' I I II I I II 1C it WKS ma I I wan not a to 1 saw The luia o-T asaS aae and SJ Corma Mm WM IE a red with a fez Stei b and wore incased Jo Tori LIB K worfil girl a bit scory Ho took fry ouil may cot be trai It to won Tbe bun To bear 0 charming an onset or perhaps s a in clouds of admirer to his ana for a sleigh cbill shae tell her A l n a MO OBJECTION CAN THE SCORE OF BE URGED ON A CHICAGO DRUMMER'S Bio Under Batker to Coold to to ho oml a U said to bo latest toll oCd tho i tiring mol 13 of net Hiat w t tali in OH la by tbe TJw Latest with op- a WIN hafc would have m limn triM is of M applied MMl III t Ml I So -i AS C4 H i 1 rtW VT 1 V W. I A Vs A r M fte ami f. AT E Jv .re 4 Mile i J 1. I t t' B i IP cm W It Ul S tt 1.IC 87 tatti o II e- JsE in K GJ tand CUD ffl airy worn ia tbo io 4iua I to 1 my ca fcs a a In Jser anaS cu 60 I clever auro laind I en EB few my aBUrt a looff bhi into a end nna do emote than you cam tBi si e yoa He Sail pots on that pija I Mm Away 3 stood an nft by lha of as lie worked Suddenly SM dropped Irtish over So fee cried oro a and you hava With ha on corred therefrom the lightest S CriMB eveT to n HJ EO cad uS of w fit ia sat and M alt Donas ke to my IPO If everything with a njime has t attached It. lit some The ia mid iral M tti M hi alw A IS is ifc a o tips the it aat termed a feo A to his beat ia 1..1.1 he u a and he on Uw Kow to handle a turn la U he the The of this lila team polls thrown at his ond fee must pall up and hate a On his way the family ir- remarks that be if the driving tor anil his lately de- undo 61 pa n Mender II H yl ice of la teamed lie to tome hn bs a of ball ns auction and as he calls the Ms made to Bar Ol tbo There are lo be wo more bull Tho government them But I ond haven't able to find any who can Tho petition lor a renewal of tho sport woa by M and M Paul do Eid a great host of public men But President Grevy naid and It Certainly tho objection cannot to on the of cruelty I went to the opening certainly a Innocent anow 1 There were to wo were red Spanish bulls ond real Spanish boll nod It won to bo Q real Spanish bull for e hippodrome nan crowded wore Wealth and beauty olid and there in great The was ar- ranged in The ground WES whits Tho pasts wero draped with n close board fence ate rest an around the separating the areno from the row of by o space sis or seven feet Into which tha bull lighters conld leap for safety when hard pressed by the ferocious Thus all things ware ready The ics men marched made the circuit of the arena and sainted the audience Then there wan a blare ol and the gate of tbo ball pen wao thrown Onr hearts stood still for a. moment with expectation We looked to ace monarch of the plains rush with Tbe or her visit ia trade when of as a The of o If that D man 13 beins nz be ng got ft ill K. A rv 12. and MASONIC HALL STORE At iw I halt my to 3 my and away an bour oral I on things be- o Keen aril anoo 3 to my lue you for a week to at 3 II thai coin I had roy ise tiie to M mi ker Coat to 4DUS4 Oiana forth J my ptice of ia of Jia esss aJ A mcch In love i of am and are know The minded man aa 'a cake ani w h-n be ia to with a fair being to tc furlong for the fray But no none came Then there appeared surely not more than 2 years and small for that age He came in and we could see the tips of several goods behind urging him for- HOBELY He the arena with o sorely be- frightened ond slowly walked to one of the red draped posts Against this he began his brad and as cattle do against the treen In their pastures His I no- n ere and on the tip of each nan for a metal hall OB lug us a door Presently he and toward made It a said a commercial traveler who hnd come in from on extended through tho ear bo and civil to every one I meat while out on the It pays In tho long run and saves a heap of But sometimes it te pretty rough on one s and the a fellow has to make to behalf of peace and good will are frightfully Abont three weeks ago I was in A. T With another commercial traveler I visited a notorious saloon In tho about which heard a good deal We went In ont of going np to the called for A rough looking man was standing next tho fifteen loot away He aang In a very ain't ye to In- vite me with happening to feel very or lilto being Imposed I sold and my friend and 1 raised our glasses to our lips Instantly k pistol report was loud antil I recover from my astonishment When I looked at my glass I found no liquor In. bnt It was cracked and A bullet hod gone through me another i of This ifl no good You'll pay for ho Bold I. I the glass toward my lins My hand was not more than Inches from the top of tbo bar when there was another shot The glass was shattered into b dozen At this Juncture 1 to understand the My blood and I for a third Kiis It was broken aa the others hud been I was frightened nearly out of my boots and to get killed at the next bnt I was and kept on hud the by I la as a has been is is to the some a much in It Of a woinan has on eye fur tbe main U to that that who gazo nt her are we C. t in. i; s ts toe European FURNITURE I Uln tc PRICK I t IK WALL f i on t IT bi wire inv C CALL AND SEE US U IN. I I rki u V. fur 42nree offish obr B such lift aAi tt pinr THiey 1 joar in a th Ely X tu ill Jor yoar witt till I get ready dun t to afi Tlie -i Eht I m KirS ia In A In That a Tiny t i- a aml r crrt wt ether one or cot tin t t as tli r Clint level high very may be s Ho TEIE of tho i3 but It B to the ol It TW better ol are not to em doily to In Tbe hove gone the ghost walk would be Q Uon 4n tbe square la now the of actor high ones bava aso left resort Hera yoa will to the who are ted luck to th companies they happen tove been with of not and trashy ol a blew U o reference to the and to the taU Sat of t h- y Perhaps no word ts used n company or a W tiie Mre w low that it are and snap liKe from t4 month year the HoHl n an who got stack 4ne time out nwl wish hti company add that ho pledge his to Kit be m me sparks for 1 MJ Thompson the of upon herself I ia the of the god to toe one Who matins a fof oj himself men ran away Tho bull looted after him as if and then turned toward another The second man bla ground until the Imll was tn him awl then after the manner fit a circus the animal s back The bull presently entered into the fun trotted briskly aboat man the Riving a chaute jump over him Then ho went up to the as it nail a pott d a hole in It ami There were men iu the safety and when they the ball jump in they jumped nut in a tile bull t nit ted until ie caluo to a which iMie had and then he went the This operation was suite through Then the men got a lot of white and blue rosettes stuck them to his sides with daubs of and led him away In triumph This was all thore was to the the same piny being re- over and over again new There woo nothing even matins to and there woo nothing half ns as the average riding -In e High prices were paid for ad- to tiie flras under tno idea that would bo something very ex- citing but almost every one was nnd II the government hod not forbidden any more I doubt If they would have paying Parts Cor Chicago broken In my hand On the I lelt a sharp pang In oue of my I looked and saw that the bullet had plowed a furrow half Its diameter across the top of my forefinger But the glass was sound and the in it I raised tbe glass with a triumphant ish toward the sharpshooter and drank the liquor He came right up to held out hto hand and exclaimed I pay for all them now take another with me the fust time in a coon's age I vc a though 't be thet I've hurt some the hands a leetle You's the fust man thet over np two glasses on roe mAkeS The fast I to Tbe ir. Drugs Medicines 13 01I.S. 1-ANCY 0.1 Li a at oir Q will tote op o strum a few o waltz tha presence 1 fear coutume yoa S II I yoa into the oat wo sainted i1 OJ a Sta 10 oa tua ha to ut the he MJ 3J in a why 4-rn In u tier tho to its C os a 5n5- on t applaud tea on that the Mr and when we ol the many and herbo medical virtues that more ol are no by and their tte 03 household yet they bo ta our Tiert are of or roots oid if ncd scientific would OT to ami their and Rive tesn to tbo world A fa tha use iff roots of one the for to the It appears there ia much mi ire ment In sugar than has n inspected ta with am mala hove shown that sugar pan be con verted Into href and fat Sugar has be come so cheap m Europe that It has been fed out cattle quite In one series of experiments it was proved that kilos of sugar increased a single mal a weight nearly sixteen kilos more than If tbe animal had no sugar This gives very handsome and the meat from animali was found to lie of a very superior or pounds ol snear a day THIS nil that nri ox would take zest young catUe had hnt little desire for Heretofore it bos bet n supposed troa bnt it under the nubile chemistry of to be convertible into flesh and H ii no mure than that the which the lutes extract from can be into was How to have th it a properly is tlian the itself And yet of amateur workers Is that joints true way at the where the ich ts al owed fnr the matt rial A liu k of skill is iilly tht irti 'n g wood it OSM competent bail by ing glue a good job is Hy the hot bnt i Ij to one which should cold the other face bo at tho but baxe no upon U By method the glue the wood and bind the surface together Ormer the In ia very fashionable Tho cracked appearance is produced by covering tte of the gloas piece to bo crackled with a stratum of or with In this condition it is or open where it to An aeon ao thq UnB and tho has become refl shot makes 'em weaken I U yer young Let's hev more on who wao one of tno most wonderful sharpshooters I ever that sort of target work every they toe It was his regular ment Ninety nine times out of a dred he got his drinks for but Ira missed a glass wounded a man be paid for the drinks himself and did the square thing nil around tho remainder of my stay in ho treated mo first anil you con bet other people when he was with me That man has hnd big to come east and iu bnt he prefers staying out tiling off his share In the mine and amusing himself shooting between fingers at whisky glasses Chicago HeraW A Flea for tno Aside from ita incomparable song and its vivacious the mocking bird in of great value to those who own orchards or vineyards No if we cept the cat great a destroyer of the grubs and larvae that Infest pear pecan and peach ana Swerved closely wlU admit that no vine should be out its mocking bird to defend It from Its enemies When you suffer the mocking birds to be destroyed you permit of fruit growing scaled on the gulf years ago tho peach crops of Indiana were ant now they are scarcely of any value to B general the secret to largely In the destruction of Insectivorous birds In In- as on the gulf the 1ms liad to bear all the while the cheap the net and the snare been doing the still the truth re- mains that it Is no colder now In one place or the other than It was forty years when fruit trees nourished iu Indiana and when the orange trees wero loaded every rear all round the gulf coast Maurice Thompson In Now Orleans crat Very taw know how near the In- sane asylum waa the lost time came naturally a beautiful that cotor which ted np to the hymn age with gray hairs snail my temple was dyed a piratical It was a way Inside bins one ot the self asserting double dyed He wore plumpers In bla falas calves pre- served tho symmetry of bia he was corseted and trussed and bandaged instead of appearing the comfortable did gentleman he he looked like o He lavished this natty upon his and overy now and then was over- taken by a which lasted a sometimes This frightened Always a and flattered during hte whole life not only as an exquisite the leading tenor of all tho but a the perfection of animal he rally shrank from yielding rivals who were younger and ana after long continuity in Us dyo house he found these were of frequent occurrence ho was Fear into made him and he became so so as to To such an ertent did thin state of mind go hold of Mm literally and Hod he remained here a month physical would hove and what little brains the fellow had would have yielded up the and Ho would have Joined procession of Imbecilities which makes every asylum on So face of the earth so terrible a ure so frightful an of the fito to which humanity is Howard in Power of or In the whatever Individual views wo may hold about troubles being the of W becomes a wid unwarrantable thing for na to constitute ourselves as agents Some of us do more or less by putting trials and of all sorts on people of whom we pretend to be Nothing is more rainons Our way should bo rather to make tho perfect way the easy to let nothing mar the constant view of the to present no picture bnt tho perfect instead of doing as too often pat little stumbling blocks In the way of tho weak m Think of how many test their servants and their friends long before their strength Is equal to and in this mar a growth that might otherwise have strengthened Moat of act on consciously in the not because we mean to put In the way of but few of Us think enough about meaning not to do it. We never stop to consider In onr dally an immense power lies in our hands of making or marring each other's Hamilton in New York Mrs Cleveland's method of caller's hand is commended to who desire to become There it to a caper of cor- dial manner than to have the tips of two or three angers extended by a hostess as frigidly as though tho caller were some moral or physical with no Claim upon big or little Mrs. land knows She grasps a hand with a warm not ing to look him to the face and her greetings are as varied OH circumstances will Mm land faculty of remembering faces as well as and of being able at the state and diplomatic dinners to call each one of her guests by Of mean with gaunt sloping to the I tuned fat oft And youth has aow I would not lose tbe Kor the toll of A pals man with back face stood on the corner of a nan w t fmz I never had is the I want to Jump Into the lake and die 1 am the of 'the There to in life for me. I am the ragged discard of all the my time when I conld the locks ot the beast and poll out as many best of Bnt that day Is mm the aoe old am tne what do yoa I am playing at the Grand opera Haven t you heard me growl to flw second the act whea as tie came to my den ta the of the Those of mine are as true to aa anything can bei but I get no credit for Tbe newspaper the stage the the-temple of the growl after growl for now I am hunting for Bome motet hole Into which I may fling my a I hate a Give me a villain and he U big horned June bug to moral atmosphere We can Hto own wicket trumpet announces out the of the noiseless Urnes make life I conld climb a tree to of waring bnt shelter one from peat I hate a And cadr a wav at holding a In one of the hat over the disrespectful mention at lack of respect for things the these largely into the makeup ol a cadi but like which to composed of malt et tacks cast so water yet tacks so true character never attains without the ot That vice is the to a oada Amber to Chicago Journal I to J was of cJ tta by way is 1 am prepared Jo the of the and adjacent country Sail Corned at a to tall aa artUS only his KT a CT i when w by the roote ns meal with it sever folb i fv paid for tocil the ol Jbe United Thot would tSuan on en i arany coats twenty an fl ol thn of the supply load for tor tlian that 3n An An oW church III t V which is o be torn to a society by the tde cS t ol is fS now t with na ol 3> ran lie 5ateh and chartered the of III In 173H The KIM town goes OSi in ami into tlw rahi r j Q riot because the marblo Stto has to j wlt Ja Iu tha cost b really n c n ums A CAMMED price four aEd c. w. tho LJ beim bU SOP er to tsf v. tf i ii baS to r nona a CESS Jew M- i S t v o t- s I -t TSas tit U r J ad 110 cJ ri to acd to aio torsa Tra rcs of Michigan hove tor for this treatment an One lines oZ fracture all over Ito having the oaco of or which and each other In erary and tho folio upon Its Eello In Cincinnati A A Now has mado mosey in a specialty lo Charles who began In 18TO to collect rasola ol prominent In theatrical public Tho first collection which huns in hto show comprised bo nao moro tno tol fcS between and 873 CCO Ths of tho team to an the it laay bo noted that ao haa SiW of Ellea Terry and moro Don't It seem to that sometimes in- animate objects almost become possessed and take a delight in making your life a burden Take a window sash for I have known one of these to go on for a. long while without behaving In any way otherwise than a class window and yet on a One there not enough wind blowing to the dirt in the take to and groaning in the most awful way Same way with window tors that ordinarily have a permanent at- for the turn yet without a moment's they will procure divorce without the slightest coose and go smashing and Banging aboat as though they had gone Ana on article of furniture that above all others one would fancy grave and I known them to set up a creaking in the middle of the night that was simply delphia Call A Believer In There is more than one hotel which a boarder who ont with anything short of the destruction of the building One of these was met He admitted that he was of hto location was asked yon know made all his money while he In that Im a believer in o thing as fortune fall to me. I believe I am more successful since I come hero and I intend to with strange Ideas In CalL most robust white man In many and win prove Invulnerable to all the that so fatal to tar ge bodies of ather The coolie In California wiU live on a of hta a. half pound of pork the limit of hta desire is docs not Uke Sood living and American but these things are not Included in After living on the fat of the land in an American hold he will return to his oM rice diet apparently without a George H. Fitch In The Cosmopolitan Perfect simplicity to the antithesis of to to calculated to destroy The whole tendency of modern education is to create an Intense self con- and whoever fa self conscious has lost the charm of and has already become vulgar in a The most high bred persons are those In whom we tad a perfect an entire absence of self consciousness Whole influence of concentrate the mind of the child on It grows up this have at once an both self absorbed and both i hard toward others and vain of in North American Short a Many calculations have been mat mada to tonun of the more than one acre will be plowed la on one DM quarter A of found in the py different even on the With nine exactly eleven traveled an A of a. day or more to generally to turning at the Time tabor arc by the the longest way of the M the of to thereby As following of an Ij and Inspiration and the life at to not by t It when the follows the an of Even the young dancers In tbe complained Out the and that they feared thing going tte of the Washington 1 than A 2Eos5can Did foo ever ceo c. door It lo o very 01 to loot It to made of Iron amS Is tan oi it ca Sho off An Boaton ages the practice of. early for on account of Its evil effect nmn tho Ho says that rising the of the and thaf wonld aa win rob the child of Ita food and clothing KB of Its morning Mayor One at Mayor Hewitt's Bays that oil the mayor's troubles arises from his inability to wear flannel Winter or sunshine or sleet storms Mr. Hewitt can wear no harsher undergarments than the nest ho wonld or conld only put on heavy sold Dr Herrick the other other have him down town in York Sun. 3 to ono Is thinking Is not think la to hold oa In It la weighed and put to relation to tho subject Many o Manilas spent o whote under tha delusion that ho when was l In Is a vast ranean city of For and miles there art streets lid flanked with pites of with of all ana light to this and what the spluttering candles of- All to dank and with tho temperature away down aboat Kra The largest champagne manufacturers to acres of tain bottles of Jf whole street to lined fine aU owned by champagne Kew York for on Alt The latest art work known as for ating etc. It Is thing entirely and Is both able and It is very popular in New Boston and other eastern To ladies to Uw we will send an china que 18 handsomely assorted in full r upon of only is worth more than the amount To every lady thia outfit who encloses tbe address ot other ladies interested in art to whom we can mail our new art we will enclose without an ed book jn colored 150.1 beat ail 80o. per 100 for art and needle large ntme 50c any too per Other r. Y. to attend to unfortunate happen to become victims on ouch taw Professor J. S. Newberry gives a marked of what appears to be development of instinct son in one of tho low forms grub of the 17-year locust buries deep ta the and only emerges er Its period of seventeen At N a house above a spot where grubs had buried At of their period the They served him with the various at an eo soup kept tor brains with small roost tbo eternal ta arc Victoria or Victor in yeas ta memory oS Cio Tho stace hto from goes ant to drive to the tat elgn quarter oi Shanghai every a at white K la thought that his example other high Chinese officers to adopt Euro- pean Twain to have on their way to In order to roach the they began building small and noticed the floor of cellar was found with small some of them more which these had to dark cavity to tha light above Boston ika ms a One of ot legal U sold to be ttat It keepa a man from going to and to the newly It they do not a I am told by a prominent lawyer that the ot a young man for to our great have brim by the which have been The examination of tat to now to a and The Indiana Chemical Co. a acts Wth marvels to the oT and We It to cure any caae of In 2 to give reller In and effect a meedy On receipt Of SO In two cent we will to any the for this wonderful be by tet toto putting tet of our of offers for Co Aug. performed by and do much which nawl s. Be It. i u he dies and enjoy I He tunny I of the law aa it waa in his have to or 8eU
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