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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - November 2, 1896, Oshkosh, Wisconsin DAILY he Daily NOV. t 1SSS. AN INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF A DELICATE PROCESS. 9 AT JUST THAT AM 1m of ail m ODV t Hasps and in the of a to the dignity of souls of the order ia s To is test of has caused braggart to lower 1 an A 1 vise Is s treasure in a i where Is on the I To to the work without scarring it Baking Powder REPUBLICS Declaration Facts art by the Republican Party in PURE at s. was you asis About tbr of Fool r ijx in this Is at in of scratches asd i to this as a everyday is tbe Srst 'a America i aa ars 10 be wjn only through It 65 J aad long Files thai a died IE uf a and A TO SE OF. We Will u Ic writing C is llw j Home O chace n grove beat in float O soas c: art then j or Firth's ice that then rra tre the us are my I never T. THE 3 whir happers always lave A CLUB Gown Material for the As tn o what its a choose to wear to the asy she has She to be but be more in bad uch camel's is a material r as by of the the tan Tras chosen a of Tne ade the on the The Teas and a of This a be puc on ine In The wrap a that with arra r The neck the Tee cl ne is tiat requires 30 en the s tbe hat An not a oT -t a a not a the end srr i ts are features of dis- The is no tta the one rf In ay tse of It to l r.e. to n 3 I- -t ara a n cf race 1-TO cf -i I r erJ this year U .i the -t are with f of i h or surfaces 7.- ny of oi aad flies mid j cf d to or In 01 the shops oi go arw gray hatred vrom overalls for 40 years acd They woll the time isade SteM ap to ridicule auj i and wben well knowa i masts cf flies of old still insist that j files are not aud never can as i good as the files which are by I acd they carry this to such aa j client that they they do good wort with the machine cat i It would difficult for to tho mates j for within comparatively few years chicks hava been mating files that cannot be approached by the most expert file ters of asd many of are still cut by acd a JUe cutter U probably most expert user of a mer and cold in tbe industrial Files and are made of steel which varies froia tho for the poorer of files to the best or for tbe higher The Wants are prepared for tbe file cutter by forging the or tapered point for the and the steel to the form a die or The blanks are thoroughly annealed or and are perfectly clean and free frora i scale when laid oa the bench of the f who cuts the j A nle cutter generally works oa the same Lied of a year in acd year i out- This gives him a mechanical tion which be secured ic any other and it is said that a band so accustomed to the ing that were be Co blind he could cut just as weiL are of many forms to salt thy variety of work which they are called to but the which give coarseness and fineness to Sies are They are as These are the common single cut and doable cci files by crossing the cut with a second thus changing the unbroken cutting edges of tta floats into numerous When a or one or more edges on a is is is said to be No matter whac the form of tbe file whether half lat three square or the cutting is done the same A j steel cold with a cutting is The mer is a curious looting for it U curved and tbe handle is in- well toward the smaller The weighs one to six In striking the workman gives a pulling blow which raises the and gives the particular CUE characteristic of and it- was this CUE thai for nearly 200 years prevented inventors from Ing machinery which would cut a file equal to the band cue The workman sits on a low bench which comes out from a long wide Before him is his usually a stone block or a slab of The blacks are held in place by straps which pass over the tang and and then form a loop or stirrup under the anviL The workman puts his foot in the aad thus holds the blast secure while he is cutting U. He holds ihe chisel between the and thamb of the left and after each cat moves the blank for tbe next He does this by lifting the chisel over the bar and then pressing the point of the tool against the raised just at the samp time loosening the strap so that The blank can be In cutting small files OT smooth or dead smooth flies the hammer of the loosening tbe moving the tightening the strap and ine the ness blow are done so rapidly they are nearly The cut is made first and then the second cut is In making the second CUE the workman strikes the chisel with less thus making a shallower cur. If tbe file is to be cut on the other the cut side is laid upon a plate of lead or pewter to the cutting If the file is other than a fiat tbe lead or pewter is grooved or oat to fit the After the files are for the nukes the steel so that the use of the file would bend the ting files are curved before This is done by heating the cut files to a led and bending them the required curve over a wooden with a The files to covered with a ture of and eome sort of This covering serves a twofold prevents the teeth from tion and from losing the carbon in the and by fusing indicates tbe proper for It also serves to pre- vent cracking when the file is suddenly plugged the cooling liquid which the file the a heated file suddenly cooled will warp more or less according to its This is prevented by giving the Sle a ia the other direction before it Is so that the tendency to warp straightens the When the steel has reached the proper the Sle J cr -s lifted from the fire by the tang and immersed in cold and before will it has cold It is withdrawn and put and In a screw which keeps from skilled and burted by a ury of the tlw went to to fiad a oce at asid Whilo 3 tj in Norway he he at r that our nav of car i the the them i BO great to ti be be- and He put had than he j fairly entitled to 1 taw to the cf j those have ic the ba the dead tu bare been VTe Late both on the of tiie story of tic asd aud builders hour that country wai uf auy ship One of the four her tlie first who carried the of the j to her gruve was In bis at the j also steel costing aud tbe sharp cf tie j ul aud of through the lEto hU The J armor fin haii beta ruddy nod the and run of the pnt in A discharge and the through the box plants arc that tte f u- aud entered the of we had in wooden fag may be it not already the man died a short afterward been swel froia the same It was about this j all oJ this work has beea time that the physician returned and done tes slid tne secretaries to the board of that the of the navy who nave presided over and woman's disease Inside of constructors and ordnance 16 years were iO in i of she navy who Lave f tbe and the provincial government had to pines acd designs and tie steps to isolate from the of the i and who have these The lazaretto was a j plans are entitled to the where the were have always had a navy personnel to to live and die in great often be proud of. and we now have a to score froia and cold than be proud a finished but one from the pangs of the The in- j on the A new battleship is a new unites cf the building constantly argument and little was dene improve their con- j for you mast have that peremptory dition until In that year the good demands fcr a amount of damages sisters of the Hotel In are made upon nations that hare through certain of Dr. no nor torpedo It is Bayard cf undertook to not our I am to match the their sufferings acd to build a proper great navies vf We may safely it's Pcor to oa nal u Fresh r. Certificate troa Ca Beat KEEP NOT Br la tat J el i FOB CHIME REV. 03 Hfs Trip 1C? C Ciu 5 aal PUce of For Ta aot Five ID Column tec Si or Oca Week for for The sisters arrived in in 1S6S to create tbe change they bad been they immediately im- proved tte condition of tee they were handicapped for years by the interference of the local board of health and In they received full power to ran the lazaretto to suit and since then the cadie lazaretto has been s of its Net only was an adequate and com- erected for bos work and were so time the patients found some contentment in There were 20 patients in tbe lazaretto when the sisters bnt zince then over men and 40 women have been Seventy-six died in tbe keep cur register of vessels within but we do intend again to leave the HE THE the aad storr a pulling the teeth of a Jog said a Ohio lawyer who practices in case the It pears he made a set of teeth for a although he ed thai they did not fit his and tor that reason declined to fay for The dentist offered to make any that might be but the congressman would not hare tbe changes in Regent when knocked at the door and no Open the dear old Mr. joyfully as he opened the young said eray cheerily as he ad- mit an old ing since the sisters took bus the i Then the demanded that as disease has been so checked that there are j the congressman refused to pay the he now less than 30 should return the which demand ord. tras also though tbe said be pcv the cost of the Thackeray material used in the teeth and no One of the of the many Things in this way for a week Ing anecdotes of Thackeray was told by wees one day the announcement He was one morning t was made in the here that the at the chambers of Mr. would make a speech oa a matter that then public The day prior to the de- livery of the speech the dentist called on me and asked if it was for him to get an injunction on the congressman's so as to prevent him from using j them while delivering hU The proposition was a novel one to me. and I He took up the papers lying about the promised I would look op and let him room acd talked with the two young men tcow that of various matters of the j read of Ben Butler's famous caso took up his hat to as if be j where be laid an injunction on she driving ly remembered he paused as the j of a raili and other somewhat similar though less notorious cases asd convinced was going he that there was enough merit in the doing part of the business of my dentist's claim so at for the Tou spoke the other day at the j Somehow the congressman to the Punch weekly meeting Of was intended to be poor un- what a ludicrous position thai returned me a note I lent him a long time I ex- so jusc hand it to George and ten when bis pocket will bear just to pass it on to some poor fellow his With a the faced author went hastily out of the Thackeray was a constant attendant of the Punch acd an member of the council which distressed and decided upon the contents of the coming It is hinted thai he j and Douglass who always next i sometimes squabbled a. nothing ever of it is no ase cf our Thackeray would say with irresistible good and we WILLIAM 1TEISLEY; The et tbe 1o the of TO livr of thirty Tears Republican a i to tat awakened ants conscience In ol facts princ Fcr thr Brst trae the CIT 1 war tse American people have tie calamitous conscience cr re I casual Is s a rw aad In it baa stalled aa unceasing out wua borrowed op MM in time of forced on ot led a over the creen to alien reversed ill tee i exalts Ia the or us closed asa aad for Every cf safely individual the shall Iras the of who or It disaster at dishonor and shall be restored to the party rears It and IE this endorse the tie asd toe ol the TTe ccd car to the of protection as lean acd the of American and Tals tme es it puts the of foreign tte Icr or for tne Americas it pats the factory Dy tte and mates ihe America a lanaer on acd n general thrift and fotmAs ifte at all oa the of In its application It lair to control aod to and individual f Han j LADIES Call or KS Miia JUia and MADAME tbe Great Teas slaa oa ard and Can a of ail Turaer Here Saart STATE of Is the matter of TO FOR 37 Central of C. JO. TO if at Joseph an 1 TO No. November 1. plr to James S 1 TO A. O. FOR Story Frame to C. R. J S tlon to tte other We are tot lo aay canicular The or raws is z practical to Be Oy of tte aad oj the and tlie and development of and Ite a right asd toea U wants e tbe repeal of the reci ew Without Close to Fcr quire 171 last ocv aid we demand en snca L other remove the restrictions now terms as will our trade lie sale or Americas products in tee ports ol ciher countries and setore enlarged for of forests aad Protection acd reciprocity are twin measures of policy and go hand in has strock both asd must lie Protection a Urge floase ia Class Street Car and Tsa of to be Very For Particulars at IS Custer Protection op ket 2or up trace aad finds an outlet lor our Tbe is for sound It caused the of the Imw specie payments la iaea every dollar has Sviv are opposed to every calculated to debase our or of our We Deposed to the Tree of except 07 with the canons of tlis which we to and snch can be obtained toe Bold standard oe All onr silver paper currency mcst be maintained at parity favor measures designed to maintain inviolably the obligations of the asd oar whether or at tae present standard ol the dost enlightened of the AND To aa cur those of she talne and the as well as to those of the shop and the product of great industry of sheep u wen aa to tne Sashed of tie promise the most ample Sit condemn tbe present for sot faith with tte so car this The party favors snch protection as will to the ott ot aa tbe which the people lor which they pay other than We FOR FOR Stores ana a of Mala at 3S7 Will Sell if Mrs. A. M. FOR SAXE OR SALE OR Good 53H on Mala Omro Koad for Sate or for City X Taken at Good etc. of E. W. IOK FOR Work Horses Bros. Co. Tne of the Union armies deserve aad fair and practicable be given the preference in the matter of em- aad they are entitled to tbe ot fuch laws as ar- best calculated io them in the dart of the country's the for an injunction would pet him in. he seat for she dentist paid the of Before thai he was only to pay the K which the materials in the teeth The story got I out by a publication made fay Mr. T. G. then the correspondent of the Chicago and it was circulated ia the congressman's with other brought about a for the In the so and on oy the present of the as of the FOIl Span of Black and Four Good Eters ana Splendid So St of in saH oa tlw fourth Tuesday tie et A. at o'clock a. matter be heard The cf F. 3. to probate ihe wUl and testament of csb Ute of the of Sa said and fsr letters to be to T' and Sarah ionise 1SS5. By Order of ihe Oct. K. 9. STATE cf toe in In the matter of tia heirs oj U given that br taA in or aa order of In sud siatter bar of the 13th day of Peter R. ol ealA on the Mth day ot 1S5. at a. the conn ia the house Sa the car ol ia said offer lor at the land situated the city cf said to An oC lota 1 and of Ota Cross OS pan cf lot 3. C. lot aa. Cross oi tot i block wari city of Tbe terms of be October 17. 1S5S. E. of the lEnor Heirs oJ t FabUsh Oct. 3. Ki Nov. 2. Contents of Order to State ot Circuit ia of the at I A ta a She Can for Her of the FOR Acres of hereby that an order im bv said court on tbe day of of aro as State of la the matter of Cr. by for a discharge frota his FOREIGN aad by secure a proper and FOR Acre Farm House AU Bam ad AH Granary again nen The Art of yot The art of not hearing should be learned i by alL There are so many things which it to very if i will disturb tbe simplicity and detract from con- and Jf a man fails into a violent passion and calls all manner of at the first words we j our ears and hear so If in a I voyage of life we 2nd ourselves ia one of those domestic whirlwinds of we should shut our ears as a sailor making all Ji ol ibe European powers from this hemisphere i English part ol the by the free consent o. Its i From of own Independence the people of tte States of other to foil success of Cure Tor A certain young woman on the north ede teaches a class in a Sunday She has a difficult task imparting scraps of religious instruction to her and often amusing answers are before the If a restless man unconsciously returned to questions which inflame our we should she On one occasion she asked her consider what mischief the flery sparks I do ia oar magazine where our Whas do the high priests doV temper close the received the j jj petty said of a man by burned insects before ill natured idlers by which the of meant to he would become a mere j walking stuck full of sharp re- Ban one of the f If we would be happy when among which well shows the queer which good we open onr when the children receive in their was bnd shot Is is noi given after a discussion of shipwreck worth while to hear what cur neighbors which followed a lesson three or four weeks sav about our what our rivals previously on the well known story of onr oar droa or oar Jonah and she happened York bip storm arose sea and il looked as though yea were going TO be j would yoa 1 Tie Black Hawk war began on April woald throw a man overboard frr a 21. 3S31. and ended Sept. 31. 1SS2. The fn i carving or Tbe is then j would throw a man a 21. 1S31. aad ended 31. 1SS2. The by sticking it in then whale to was of regulars serving in this war of the 1 dried SO J was 1.339. tic militia a WnO of in 3'rnar.l. Insult to That horrid lisSo Alec had the impudence to make you an What that wasn't the worrt of Tbe nasty little didn't tampon the and I had to pay arc may bo twopence for tni cf ca are 3 i has 3 wsC ts T- can In otic lias fie if nx Its to a are in her of if to tnc of a faring F r plenty f bnt for in many thn of the whom i is a In Home PILL THAT WILL PI LLS CURE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS If A Mile The naval Mr. C. A. has defined the of the rule that the longer a vessel the better Bbe is for and carrying If a could he built a mile lone aad about 6O feet with ample she could undoubtedly attain j Ions Only pan of her length would have to overcome the while the rest of tbe experience only surface Bnt such a he a exposed to enormous strains and liable to tic broken in He the limit of lengths at nine numbered 5.126. a i of control of CoSa acd to protect tie or of American or to with its tat the or the atases ass its aaa good restore peace ano gtve tie THE The ana tae of aad seacoast Jaw was placed oa tbs boofe oy the ttl and we osr repeated that it be j FREE j tiat of tbe United States o- allowed to east one free j and that such ballot snail be coasted aad as j the uncivilized acd j drown as of Snasao beings suspected or or charged with crime j we favor tbf of a of Arbitration t-i and adjust i may Between employers and employed in return to tie free policy of satisfactory Iree which has already passed House and is DOW ia the A KM EN IA Jt then a Very under chapter CT of the Revised Statutes at tenable Will fell Any Quantity or j Sied on the nta day the For Enquire of A. 1S55. In Oa this day of A- tie or the schedule and affidavit of. ths above-named G. that he be discharged in pursuance of the provisions of saM 179. aad on oJ Floch attorneys fcr sola It 0) aH tee OTS of ths G. show at they before oT at tbe house ci Pare -a or j in the county of Farm for Sie j ana stats of on Qts for j A- 1SS7. at ten o'clock D I of that or as soon cr t thereafter as the can be Sals an assign meat of tie estate of each i G. nat be irota hts 3rd and be as Siall be just and T 31.5 Sir Ci3 weeks Ali Don't Forget published at I the or of That notice or tte contents of this i csci in each lar teo State Ban Jo. Me Frea Ma to ThoES ta iS ia the for the iha debtor as en iJ a. of te NOTICE Is Hereby aa or by at teast days Nov. 6. In My before tbe day -or on Cry W i cr ia petition at O'clock In suca creditor's I Draw frora Names t or b5 County at November j paragraphs and Names of yere cut to Jurors at ths at 17H of ihe fey A. ISSi Sail Tear to W. Oct. oar Awarded Highest World's yon the proprietor ol this said the man who had waited for his order until he became j What can I do for j can give me I want to know whether you have told the j waiter to stay away so that you bring j IB a WH for lodgings against I yer CREAM MOST PERFECT A pure Grape Cream of Free Alum or any other 5IKRCHANT We j regain tae if oar the ot thr ot c aad of cf cm ratal of we that and so as to from entrance to ias C who can Ecr We favor of tie at the By tie r. Its tic of tae We or to tbe We wise aaa efforts to tte o Tbe pany is ot the and o' of r to tie at F. A. Tills at for its October i R 1 iy Mr Prsf B H- Gust Richard Mr T W. ilr H Sir STATE O tv John B Mr 5arti are tnc Hv TV we r the of the American c. C f r. .ie great nf oar acd la of ocr we present ccr and car toe assurance tnat me ifill victory to tae people or tts Kf Sarah of town At- S to 5.1 1 H. TM 1, T lUway c- i. Stay Miss MiM 1C Mrs J 24. C. D. C J Oct. 26, caSis for a JOSEPH
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