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   Yates County Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 6, 1884, Penn Yan, New York                            Tales County Chronicle SniKrijt'oa S2 :3 .-'a'i All Bllto Payable urterly Adver I etronta un less ordsjvd lor 11 ri 1 wi I te con until ordered out BUSHNESS3ABDS JOHN T KNOX V AT 'JHI Loni; K Shoe M >re No 52 Mam str ATTOKSfV AT 'JHI lolpti ORMLLE 1 KAMJOLPH. ttoraei mud Conimelor it Uw Ofllc; of Arcaifc front, Ptnti Uife WILLIAM M AND (OlvSFI'IiAT I Office ovi-r Abelei c I II 11 re I- rf Main I enn YMJ N "i E D. M D PHISK IAN AND SUIJOKON, liitAM HI Of T -i jri is C" ELMENLOK1 DENT14T OFMCEON 11 put in polo, auij to uild out broken leetn ID a mttuuei reliable auci ijtk WilltrytoadviwiiispatlcDiiwUrireipect 10 toelBlienuflt no! totht iMeremof hlftown K W REYNOLDS DFMIST MAI IF rOlNL) AT ttoe Pentftl corner Elm mrett   S.30 atid T 40 p m. n 48 and SIS p m m nad? p a UDU8 BAY AND SOUTHERN B. R. COMPANY. Tin CABn to 3 TJKS IFFECT July 1C NORTHWARD rn r M AM DIP AHH r ii IH AM frOO "23 Sodiia Point 1 707 1030 03 B f. NpT-rnrk IN C 11 35 6 (3 90 33 137 Pnclj f Junction 1010 5 'O 850 55 4 OS ft Mft ca Lay fA 10 T ns 8 29 7 3 430 >4J ADloy 1000 4 CO 810 TIME TAULfi STEAMER HOLMES Leave Penn an Leave Gibson s Arrive it Jlamroondsporl I cav- Hammonclsport I eavc Gibwn's Arnre at Penn Van Leave Penn in dilwon s Arrive at Hammonds pnit 1 Hnmmondsport 7 45 9 945 10 OO Arrive it Penn i 30 i 245 330 335 4 20 6 oc STEAMER Leave Hammcitbpoit 7 oo A M. Lrave Gibson's 8 oo Arrive at Penn Yan 9 45 Leave Penn in 5 ir r hf Leave Gibson's 6 55 Arrive at Hammondaport 7 55 MAKSS AI.I. LANDINGS OS SIPNAL W L President T O HAMLIN, 5-r mlTifu O C KNAPI, bttpermtendtnt "VTORTHEBN CENTRAL RAILWAY Umort, WaahbfteB. Bnth. Ur, and Klaf tra Tna TABU nr mzcT HAT 19, isai. LEATK riMIt VAN 7 as A for Roehntvr BulTalo and K agam falls 10 27 A AccoiainoOatloB for El mira WillianiPport.and IlarriabnrK connectliic fct liarriaburg with Expreca train for MilladeT phia haTtng through itteeplDg cam and uuacliun tftriim at dilptila t 05 A M 12 06 p M for Rochester Buffalo and 4 68 P M Elmlra 7 19 r for OnantlaJena, KochwHtr, Buffalo. Md Niagara 890 r XxpreM for WllUaoiport, HuDbarj. flarrtabunr York. Baltlnoiw Waah and New 1 oik at v New lor k 11 H Bahiuoiv, 40 A Washington, K M) A M ralace ileeptaK run on thia train from Koclieater to Baltimore aod iQKtOTt. WUIlantport to PhUadelpbla and tb rough PMWBCMT ooaohflfl to TaAIIB FOR rlHN Bxpmv Elmlra, c ou A it ar rtTiac at Tfao 5 j Nlaitara EaprcM m Pbilndelphla 40 A M BtUtlmoru 30 A arriving at Penn'.au T 13 r X Parlor are run on thin train from Philadelphia to Watklnn and pawenger coachca from to Canandalgua and Koch eatwr Nmtbfrn ExpraM leavesPhtTadelpla at 11 .0 M 10 00 p x llaltlmore It 20 Ar rhinfc, Penn Yan. 12-M r M Palace sleeping can are run on thia train from Phlladelnnfa to and ttuhiuetou to Cuuuuia.ft.a and RockMter For tlrkem and all Information Inquire of Station Ticket A.gent PUOH Ot J R fan. ffr A i' SYRACUSE, GENEVA AND CORN- Leare Geneva T 11 m arriving at Farlo H s 03 at 814, It m dq at b H Duodos at SM Kock i MI i B. Rt-B Una 0 ntirat V V 10. t. ornlni ittlOU f. tn Leivo Geneva r aig Sari a 7 at n 1 5.1 Dundcu ul H 0 Rock Sueam b Jf Reading Own tor i.t 832 WntklnaOJrnals l> ornlnKtU SM i Lri-ave Ouiivva 1 y m arriving at Larle 1 5d DmtdeL at 2 the, at X49t Dundee at Rock Stream nt (t S4 ReadUiR rc-nttr At 3 Jj WatLinsOlfiiat 3 40 i oruti j, i I S3 p m Lt Geneva   15 p m E. B PORTER. PRACTICAL In Arcwk Block adjoining 1'osl offlre Watches and Clocks Bapaittd they will correct time With Tears experience ruirt having karned to rnakp aod any and ever> part ot a I am priparad tocuamn toe satisfaction No cheap workmen or aporenUco employed tM.lt.OIM) A pooil Bhapod letie" amoothly rut A lorgL aascr incut of Spectacles and Eye-Glasses, facitHylor fittlnff md Ifork Trade taken at for cooda or work la psjmeat for nnu of I1.M gr rwa Taa, the Penn Yan Hand Made, Oak Kip Boot Bu> the Penn Yan Hand Made, Veal Cill Boot We make these Boots to Measure Without Extra Charge. French Kjp and French Call Boots and Shoes Made to guaranteed or No BAIE Eubber Boots Eepaircd and WARRANTED Bring up youi Boote and Shoes when yon want them repaned M. W. DARR1N CO., Proprietors, 27 Mam Street Penn N Y NEW PLATE FRONT AND HANDSOMELY DECORATED WALL AT THE PARLOR SHOE STORE. And to correspond wo ait recen ing a nito and n ell sol cctcd stock of Spring nnd Sum mer boots and shoes of the very best makes which ire guarantee to bo ns lepie scntcd time No time now to quote prices Please to ci.ll and soc us. Goods ei wnc cheap- er than now and MC intend to sell them ]iiat as low as we can, at liandolph Long's CARRIAGES._CARRIAGES. The underaigned having bought out the Intereet of the Union Carriage Company IB prepared to offer to tho public n fine line of ft and everything in the carriage line, at the very lowest prices Dlar AUeMlltia paid ta mil of Bl I ower 111 an Ijowevl. Thanking the people of Yatea county paat favora, I hupe for a continuance of tho same. Tours truly; Pvnn Tu, N. T., Jan. U. 1861. 1075-K C B SAMPLE, Agent BORGMAN FREER, UPHOLSTERERS. 48 l, Xff. IT. Oar StocL It Complete anil of the Latest Apprond 3tTl> RICH PARLOR SUITS. HANDSOME CHAMBER SUITS, FANCY CHAffiS Of Description Sideboard anil Library Casesleiest Styles t yptijftl Barffalt A I othtrpoocte at tho Limt-a! Irlcts nnd article Guaranteed H ha Idliion to our stocJ. of i-ll klndh of Kurnlturt wo aro sailing iho above M-T CH VMDLR SL1 P at ROCX BOTTOM UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. A Full I ot Caaktts, and evrrythtnp requisite forfuni.n HI o can be fonnd at all hours dttj or night aiourttore s BORCJMAN FREER. FAMOUS andToEclslvE BATTLES OF THE WORLD. CAPT O H A HIVMiNY niOII THE B YTTLK FIELD Sbowi how stloM bate or TUMOT DnuUrhM n.lc CoitMt J.nrudlt ok fnrOU ftod Tmtiv tioay JtiKSWe g iGRAPE VIKES! ITfCK IS AMEBICA ntnttTMFd t T rrtlwu, N. T. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder varies A marvel of purity and wboltaonwnese More ecnnomlca, tlian tt e ordinary kinds and eunnol be sold IE com petition with the muUltndu of low tent nbor weight, alum or phosphate powders to d only n HtrtiL FOVKBR N Y B CD, Him air H JMSLB3Q BEST THING KNOWN FOR BLEACHING P IN HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLO WATER, SAVES LAliOR TIME .nd BOAP AMA2 1NGLY, and f, Unlvornnl Sntlsfactlon nlly, i bh or poor, E) 6nM 1 o trillion tit. f Sold by nil g occri HEW 1UE of u ut i veil to mislead PEARLS E la the 8AFB labor siring compoundr and nrs thon namo of JUE3 I ViK, YOltK How Watch Cases are Made. Most persons hare an ambition to carry a gold watch ciso ind yet few people know how n watch cnse w made, or the Jif ference in thequahtv of them In a GOLD WATCH CASE, aside from the neces- sary thickness for engraving and ft largo proportion of the metal is neeJed To stiflon and hold the cncrarcd por tiona in place and supply strength The aurplua is not onlv needless, but blc because gold is a soft metal and cannot fur iibh the htitiness strength and el isticity iiLi-essarv to make tiie case perruai en Llv etr ng and ebfec ftting must combine with some metal that bupplj that in ithich the gold 19 deficient ihis has been accomplished by tht Jai Watch Case u oi need Ie 3 raid n 11 cot inn and STREVQT3I of the ease and at the same time reduces the cost OVL HAT F 3 ct Hi itan p Iu Cut Fact or in Ftlh- JUIM UOM uH.fj.tano Mulch iuMire (To be co id mcd) 1 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY 920O 9175 915O 9125 91OO 9OO 96O 95O 940 93O Smokon of Blackwellt Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco vnU receive Premiums as follow on tornu and conOiUonB hero specified 2d 3d SS other Prcinliinu u bcreaboira The V preminma will be awarded December 58W. lat Prcmlam to the person from wbom we re- tobacco bam ID. 2ilwlll be riven for tho neit lonrtwt number And thus fu the or lor of tho nurabtr of empty received from each to the twenty I've unocewfnl con testanta bach batf must beur our orlfrinn) Bill DurhniH Mel TJ 8, rtorsnue Btamp and Caution Notlca. Bum must beclononi seonrrlrin a lECtage with namo RI d address of sender anrt n of bam contalD ad inarketl or tho outfil auj mnat be charjfpfl prepaid to Blneltwell'B Durham Tobarco DonnAM N C 1 iicltam ban j ictnirc of B ill Hoe our Ddt EinnrjiincmiiQDt Areyoii falling tir WELLS HEiLTn I pure, etcta, wbolwome TOisrio, rw. KtAoaft For Broln Hto Headflclie TFcvoe Jlptie, ChflJs to Uiu-i, tiuo aiLiit Udfoi TORPID LIVER (u l Night Sweats. Nervous Mnlar Lfaontiss, hcxual Deo'lnc POT Wt 6 for SftOoTftt D-timksW L 8 WILLB, Jeraoy J IT B A. Buchu-Paiba Krmnrk il lo Cures of Cntarrb of the Bla liler 1 Itainmfttion IrntationoPkii] IK-VS onl Th kkr StODL or Crnvtl Uls- ca ts the 1 robtalo Gland Drojiaicfll Temalo Diseases lucontiu cnct-OfUrint nil of tin. C enito- Lr i Try BCK Tor La bLoltbj or Umia ural use Qiao Lh nlnslnjt.cimir.ou- tachfil >cr SU.IILIS lithtr 1 or raint tt ipln s ConsUtu jn Bltttr Srn p gl XJpTlotife mid Uoapin B !o IMIs, (X) imdClia pin a brpmlitic salve OQ tf bottles PRATT'S 0 rAromatls Beneva BI-1V-ED Aromatic Geneva a pure G neio I t. C wlentd I freih Inllau Junjp r ri Keniian rooi m sj Spr n? d  th wild lloweia and bat like a modern Plora, dimpled and smiling m their midst. bhe said ver> little but she s mlul i gieat was moio m Jatuated thin evei ivhen he camo away tow aids eleven o clock oi A dark and brooding August night with a suspic- ious closeness in tbe air nnd vivid sheets of lightning here and there Isn't she perffctj he cried as ha nnd Boltou ilktd along the i dgc uf the shore She is rerr beautiful 1 And graceful and criLd the lover greedy for I eonctde all th it alowh spoko Belton but 1 don t call lier exactly a ady snid arlisle Your ideas formed on the hackneyed model of soeiety A goad giri hko Augusta is capable of an} decree of polish And did vou observe what a sweet, low voice abe a lutca Granted but it struck nit that her grammar was a little shaky now and iheu Oh gram mar that s no hing fehe w ill o m p f k up the phrases of tho j cop L slit with omen are uatur i h imitative you know Carlisle, cried his friend qmcklv arc not engaged to her5 No, but 1 shill be within tho next, twenty four hours, boldly asserted Carlisle I beg of you, do nothing raao entreated hie friend Vt ait a little Don't preach interrupted Carlia e ft little imuatientlv I tell you I have bee a considering the matter all a urn- I've made uu mv Cai i i Iheu the i j tit i i L Nu i -.e at all uavsL I u t >t euuiemiiiibje i 1 ai i l i ana 1 i IODUI i tc Au_u-7a tot u t b one f ll e ujj i ir at u ot true It j I t is Muit lio lie 1 >ng m- H.I ling ituiQi li id bitri, blietTa uf ui juurtld nu i lnHiui uer deti ti lmn a iuiii uu ou the 1 oiling w u uui U ic.t showers of 1J.V to tli m and tuon 1 hope vou aie ccitain about the path Briton who ii quite new to this eo i t 1 tl) 1 u 13 liibwrrpil C Bit the tempest md the dai] r seem to li i blotted out tho c Id landmai ks Here ii one coming Let s isk him M} friend, in c w t, m the r ght w 13 to the Point Jl   this sort of goings on and 1 won t stand it Get out, pa Don' I stand whining theie But, Augusta Ann pleaded tho old ft oman, it j out tongue aud youi teinpei IhiL dnves him i) morn anything else 1 el him m Don tyou hear how it 13 turning? Silenee 1 1 torted the dutiful daughter And tho window was shut to onea more leaving the two frieads standino on tho door step m tho night and the tempest Ihey got back to their lodgings af- ter a long wet w alk, in course of which they went considerably out of their way thcj weie neitlier of them sony foi the night s adventure, wet and for- lorn us they w ere It is astonishing how eisy it is foi a man to be mistaken said Cnilisle, after a long silence, as they were sil ting before the fire m their own room Belton leaned over and grasped his hand Be thankful, old fellow said he, "thit you hnve escaped as oastly as this Augusta Ann never saw her city swain agnin and as she didn t read the pipnis she misled seei i notice in a dail) pipti, of the marriage ol ill C ulislc to i Miss LoUico Belton And poor old Colton leads a harder life than ever tn th eU School ES. Old fash.oo A Canine Bill Ihe ownci of the poodk give a whistle md pointed it tho hill where- upon the animal m a moment dropped its lethargic apneai mee and began to leap around m i stito of great excite- ment, barking at tho top of its lungs Ihe voung mm oil, as Uic saying is and sent the ball high into the thr quick tyo of tlio poodle following it from the start, but not until it turned and began to come down did he move Ihon dodging about for A few mo- ments, as Iho ball fell he opened his capaeious mouth uiid caught it with a sock that was heard a hundred yards away Want mother tuaP askod the owner, as his dog laid tho ball at his feet '.No Ihat settles it replied Iho young man hat nmt, does he be- long to? Oh, he to a puvate com- was tho Now, I'll show vou whit IIP can do Get out theie, Juck'" Iho dog ran into tho held arid is his magter delivered H- led hot ball duoetly at him he received it without a quiver fmall> taking a. scat his owner m tiie 2i eeni row Is that ilog fui s ilo0 in juimd a who bat next him No sn lephed the owuoi He 9 worth about a week lo me lib a ball player Between you and mo, if 1 um ever get a bet started with a Johu- nj Fresh liko that chip over there, that tho dog won t mufl a ball, I m sine of the monev No Incvn p, vs him inv pirti u I tia u ij 11 b uu_, d tu a g u ot boys thai was anvflja and hist got to iimmng after the ball aud ng it to tl e prtehei When I fi -.t acio s him he was center ti d )f a i n in i l-ncw muoh that 1 1 t ,_, i 11 I t n I i i tu uiv lit, t Lo I 1 iixi I 1 seen t LUI ji cup uad take t loul on thi boimd 1 pr ict "cd wit him lirst with. balla on die Ih ind Ins teeth aio so that a bn 1 just hti a and ti D bc'-t part of it tli LL he sect is to like il and now i Imll that ho e m to iu Liiiit Oi at nut t Ln n T r s Tart A Bangui mail wno vvaa iu L an Lou the uth L d w i tin uouL ju te orumcdi tlart It owned by out) the natu vn 1 eon i te of a homo .u a ie eait thn whei w ith jut tnpa a d a i iisl ud 1 lie 1 i Id stuL i belwet u a ua i of >h if f i .h ii 1> made itu in. as. A pa t ut 1 o t ir u n 1 li tu L L) j m thu i of the i n ua! to t t t L 1 lorn the bow a tope iau to th 1 aiu ot tiio horn13 m I it was bj th h ad and not 03 tho neck md ahouldeis that the earC was drawn of clothes hue w ere fa- erte L to tho lips of tho horns uid '-erved to guide the animal iv In hlcitlown on m casv trot and seemed, is well coiif ntcd a-i tue nver horse i> it fjor Mf I brimcrcial Ihe lateat t'nty m clock-, comes from Ku-s L It is a. littlu LUIIL piuco about ein'ht inches high on livo uclies iu dianit-tcr ml a globe All tlio works ire plainly Cspo e I Ihe pendulum is a solid niieU iLipportcd at the centre or b a slender win, it duea not but revolvea from left tu and ripbt to left clock the v. ad of it i-> i amdll item I will no., Tir. lire minutes in ruuniDD- i 0 teraperature lr d tv n allers a big tim at od In_ua >ica 1 s bchool IL ii _1 boiv o-ethered in t heai tltt ih t un iher pieces at timts it c ctm un alters tried to al oil "OiiiL would act with ther ni h r j ur ipi un i g like they r f h 11 saw nobcnh afore i lie 1 IIOIIFM n .fmocrU showd oil th il u juie would cut up all the ni ittlmtuuo iu uu j st to loruipui old c-> hell j.noLhct it} of shuwm fl nn 1 would to who uid -Hii iv the loudest to pity like w is the n it sotintled -citer this B i b v k r ker ba- kci shee a sha d 1 i la d v lad} 0 times 6 is 2> und 5 times 6 sco times b is 1 2 -M -4 o [on thn 5 Urns G is ihirt} "she fod the old h e-n hen she fed the old hen Ann cm-imn M-R-X flax, Ann can spin 1] II o r s o horse b u c-k back, hotsebick Ihe world is lound like a------bleep babj, sleep, our cottage T lie is-----If ever I sec on huah 01 tiec, Mother miy I stw to- day There watr a sonnd of hko to see a 1 ttle dog, ond------'Twin- kle, JLheit wasn t but ono thin? to stop ill Old Ingon hick ry would t omo down heavy on Ins desk ind he d holler out 's louce home of theso little fell cms tried hind to havtj thcr pieces and was proud allors to git out m the Hoor and King cm smg 'cm and they all ketch the same tune to everything from the boy stood on the burning deck1 lo not a drum v> as and" Uunkle, twinkle, little and it s cm how them tunes has clung to them pieces sense But some chillun is loo don tkcei and no account and lizy to tiv to larn and they druth- er take tho whippm1 vs to get the speech lhat Fuday a crowd gether- cd m Indies aud gentlemen said old estlicld I haia t seen Dairy word iiono of 'cm has aud I novel pick td out no spepch.es for uouo of 'em (Tit out thai lliomas Jcilerson Bonn parto Loftis is air tho littlest and Ins the name you cin say jouru fust none1 siys lorn left Boney lie had uecn a tfiai pitttm' pine straws 1 don t Lnow no speech G t out and siv one something I c i u t, I don t no speech Old Ingon He-id1 showed him the iuckn and ho and diagged his btuo 1 et afitr htm I don t know uo spi e ee sajs lie cijju and itibbm Ins iibts m his eyes 1 jiat doclnip I don't know uo spec ee eech but heknowed the hickr) meant, so he tuck his staud shrugged his shoulders, and snubbed out '1 thess kuofts piirt er one go on sa> jou know (pointing tho 1ml 13 at him) Then Inttm' his arms fall hoivy it his side he jerked out his words Ihe laik was-up to muet-the sun Air holleiPd out .Bud Doohule i boy twice t- is b that ar js my speech I got it fust, hit s mine, and he 1 nows ir dog gone him he knows it s my speech, what um bcej.1 gittm ovet sense C lines- so it is Ih it s not fair anther, so it, liamt ind he knows L M not f ur so IIP do Ho lo u ut it fiom me------' And 11 s it is good .is lie don-i s lys lorn Jeff ind taint none of his'n more n it s mine so il nut (All tiacea of teais gone And hn> i ittled it oft w ithout ketchm of hu breath (A spuil of rivih> then Mi' lauu to read lier composition Hold on siis Iho teichcr 'them of on tliit thmka jouvc got the best composition and had ortei h ue the prize stand up All riz but or tliice Set u Re id on, ind Jauo read ON BII us 1 ihere lie i gieiL nnuj kind of birds sich as the blue bud aud tho tit bird, and the lorn tit and the jay bud is ni} fuvor-itc and the littlu wien Buds build then nestesscs m tho uees Cabc Commas liicu and reid 'on buds Iheio njr a many kinds uv buds sicli cs the red bud and tho thnsuer, and the joe-rco ind birds is e boo a beee a u beo a Stop that'll do' he 'How many moro of jou got 'cm on birds3 Ihoni that's 'em on birds raise your hinds Arightsmait chince of hands Then llabc Commas snubbed out 1 ou said oo hoo write on bir hirds That shows how much attoution you pay to. what I say It was Bunch Bribtu c s time next a bijr fat gal with her mouth full of suee gum bho chitted as sho icad, cud lisped out Ihero ait a great IUJDJ kind Iks uv Uotterihs, thich a mmute, lit, hy did >ou write on You thed write on that on Uowciths, audthuch aa that, says 1 said did it is agm All them, that s wnt on, tlorteis laise your hands Five or six hands mostly gu.s ioid Ivoftis lowed Mine ami ou uor birds nuther Hop out thai loid he and r n 1 vou n I hm all the bLhiu! aiglet J il had a way of tuckin her hrad and put tin. on airs when she reid Read on says he Spring (sorno of boj s re 1 uj I si i. i 1 hi tin o it an 1 Ji m need 11 UN 111 -J tllL lilQbt Lli.auLUulli, it season ofl thujeui in Iho tho llowera blooms jn I tl a tiees puts forth th r uudrf ind tho grass it giows nnd the cows gives tlipy milk m they spang oil tho yeai md the dogwood blooms and the blossoms is white arid the rojCi is red and smells bweet Ihere are a great main kinds of flow- ers sich as the 'Jr liny jump-tips and the 'yaller johu juills und the butter and eggs aud tho princess ieathei and the bat nelor ts button and the pretty nighi-i and the er r j b ci is s in si cribsan but of all tho flowtr-i t luso and tl f olet i i I tl G tulip is i itc and the lark our la tht, sjir u r the little b tda they they thej Cio on I kamt ipell it 1 ell 3011 can take your scat Next t mo write it and it won t o so hard to spell, says he J rcrkm 3011 thought 1 -.aid write011 spring too, didn t jou9 How many more had got ?cm OQ spring5 B it if had jne thev was ikeci d to saj so load lowfd 1 thought jou said to write on spring or sich us that lake your seat Come out Mall s 53, and ie .d your n he I un L Dot uair n M ih Lrttchm her sw-ne cr m i 31 d from 1 rr n ou n 1 J i I u i birds, bu I 1 jis it J lo-s-s i oi t n spelhn' p, t uu tiiar, Dumplin Doo i t read }our'n Vump Doolittlc was one of tho lit tlcst boys, but he could read and write and cipher ekle to some ab twico t, his s AC and VVbotieipeu your u biU 3 tie >.ouodv 1 thmked it out and lie slept out ujuusiiuus pruud and ana read m a kieii, loud btop a iu nute doii t siv on in Leave oil the on lead IndustT Man if he are not a when he are joung when hegiti old he will be s idle and a no ic omit He scraped his foot, made a bow, an 1 want to Ins seat. Is that ttllP thetonctwr I could er writ moie but said thcss 10 write three hues and I wnt em Ih at adzackly what jou s nd, und Dump looked all around the loom to prove it bv tot hers 1 hem stringers i settin thar wia all thit saved overv one of them chapa from ketehm' the hickrv th it eveniu AD VEX TtJKES "W ITH SHARKS A Pilot A Blou Arm Broken by a "Yes it was a close shave and I got off easy with this Ihe speaker, who was a Gnlf coast pilot held up an arm done up m splints. I came up from 1'cnsftcola to take a schooner to Tampa, but I shall have to he off for a couple of weeks or so. It happened in this way I started for Fort Pickcni in a light boat under a a: I about two weeks ago aud when we were half way dow the man with me speaks up and bajs sharks is sorter thick And I m dogged if they warn't Their fins was a-cuttmg water all around the boat, forward, astern, and on both sides, some going one way, and some another ind I should reckon there was twenty a-follenng us I didn t 'ike tho looks of 'em myself, but I aaya can t damage us in Ihe dmgj I hadn t no more n got the worda out o my lips when, bhm' came a thir- teen foot shark clean out of the water >Vo both gave a jump to the wmd ard, and the iish struck about a ttiird in with a crash that almost filled us, thiashod for a minute sending one of the oars into the air, and then its head around, and, aa I was reaching for tbe tiller to give it a knock, the tail come agm mj arm and broke it clean in two In a mi n ate moro the shark was overboard and wo sot there baling and half scart to death Accident? I couldn't say, most likely it was Sharks often leave the watei when, they re chased, aud it may not seen the boat, but we didn't waste nu} time after that, I can tell jou Ihesplishof the fish bad col Jected them until the witer was full of Vm aud I did ut feel sato until L naa on the beach ill they bite? asked the listener ill u duck replied tho pilot. mj fnendm Jul> 01 now I d just as soon swim a lake of red hot pitch as lo swim over from Pcusacola to fort Tickeus. Iheio aie not so many accidents on record then, be- c luso people know tho und look out foi I he m but 1 know of at least a dozen ciscs Ihe last one hip- pened last summer A vessel cimo in port for a load of lumber, and lha Captain 3 quite a good-si? ed lad in fooling ibout the rigging fell over- bonrd Ihe men heird a screnui and rushed to the rail but the onl) sign they saw was a red cloud in the water Ihey got out the boat and anally recov- ered tbe bod} but i he held and hmba were gone Another time a soldier tried to desert from the fort and was eaten by sharks You see tho brutes follow vessels in from off shore, and get m the habit of swallowing every- thing that comes along, and when a man goes over they lush loi tho splash. I've seen 'em moving aiound on tho bottom like a drove of hogs Ihcy generilly swim slowly when not chased, but they can work up a tiemendons race when they are chased and I've Been one jump feet into the air. JTo show jou how hard they can bite, said tho pilot, 1 have seen one take a piece out of an oai Another that was hiiulcd alongside of a small boat, took the eutwatei m its month and nearly crushed it to a jelly, leav- ing twentj, or thirty teeth m the wood. Some time ago a Spanish gunboat diopped m thcic, ind the ofucers amused themselves shark fishing They had quite a circus They would take a small dj namite cartridge, bind a piece of bait pork to it, and iix it to a float and wire, and send it 200 feet astern Pretty soon a shark would take- it, and they would hro by iho wire, and the iish would flj into a thousand pieces If ono was wounded the others went for him and ate him Jjittlr- Pot or and the Indiana. I? rank M. Collier writes from Meridi- an giving his recollection of an old oc- currence, never before mentioned m print that reminds ono of tho Charlie McComas cise Soveiil jcara ago n squad of eight Indians came into Com- anche county, uear Jones Barboe's ranch on Resley s Creek A ncgio was out some half a mile frjm tin house unhobbllng some horses Ihe Ind Tins ran upon Turn lanced him in plates Ihe negro siid kill me lor awhile and iho Injuns tink I was dead for good, out I wasn't, 1 played 'possum on. and dcy didn't skelp dis nigger shot e After tho Indians left the negro got up and wont to the bouse, immis the boises and reported to Massa liurber that his bosses was f'onc and mggei too, almost Ihe ndians iftei leaving tlio ncgio passed ondonulht I II men vilkv ind L! 1 I II I cuunng i J !lt 1'ctt i C Jol nsoii and his little sou Pi Ui C then in bis KJth >eur had n Lo U u o tu piuchi'iL fain l_y sup and houif, au 1 if p i g Meridian TVik some I tJ v ad tin, Indians ibt w igon killed t rule 1't and captui d 1m ulUd the n-agon and Line out upon the U a tllcv In 11 c 1 1 autni c scouL fium v Crtck in i tl f Icon hit hui lie llv takon tbf tm! (Jn I C e u i ork of thw jlj from comu the Indians dropped liltb i'eler, taking his coal hat and socks, ie him mtli nothing on but Jn-j shut and pantb, lift) or se-vcnty iive fiom tho nearest inricb in UK month of Jinuarv with nothing to sub unou un no mums of picturing t-nd li iLlc lo dovourf d at any momci t b hungry wo.ives> He had R un kix 1 frr in th tiail aud tho bcout n pi i uit li-d fa If d to find him but u tins as IN "ianv other instant es, id nee LJ j ntlv protected the Lit Ic Peter lived live days ard nights without a single bite to eat grass roots On the evening of the Mtlh day be was found by i of cow hunters th it Bill Keith had sont out to m ike a round-up Iho little fellow had found the cattle and hud mm uned with them thinking perchiuce he could procure milk from some of flic cows, but in this he fine I tb u< bring too wild 1 u i c t v J u ra f jiind 1 n i tu I T i it, and I i r nortner wis M wm_ it th time and the little fcl woutd evidently have to death during the night that When brought to Cora it few days after Ins being found 1 e was the poorc-stln mgobjectiniagmible a mere skeleton ine writer this sketch took him m ilia arms and c irnei him around over town and procured a present ol one dollar from every man that waj m town fort Worth Gazette, aorv of ihe so called but O.M f vour companr to and had fait m Rheumatic Syrnp that be cure me or furnwb mo the me free of cost I have taken u dincted ind to dav am entirely frotu alt rheumatic paina, and al most entirely i-ogami-d the uae uf my limbs, aud am to be about and do ny fttrni uork, and ni ih. aiatic rap and tbat it haw dui.e v tiat uo other OD earth can do I am trulj youix P S n hear m muni thai lor the last years I have been unable to step without my crutches, and much of the time could not move even wnb them as helpieea aa a child, The catch of whalea this hu been nnusuaily nioall. Of thirty that atiiwd from Newbedford, 19 caught 31 and twenty four are clean Pmtt'< Aromatic Ufliitn Gin 11 nude by duiiUaiion (rooi f nth Italian juniper berciee selected bucbu lenve.. gentian root, etc combined with the purat Gen. Gin It u nature's cunfor all inflammation ol the and uri- nary organs Sold by W. W." Quaikfcn- buth. a depth of 550 fen in West Point, HIM., workmen bormg In an artaun well have found a potar tree (eet n diameter. The wood u (ound Our daughter.grow op weakly, and fact to know. Motlwra can nufc condition, by giving them Dr. Female Remedy; Ask your druggut for vandali wno deface the tomb of Thomas Jefferson belong in the pew tentiary In Holland, MichTr L. Dombury pub- lisbea the JVewc, and in iu strongly recommends Dr Thomas' Elec- tric Oil foi coughs, colds, gore throat, catarrh and asthma. Koch has received a grant of for his labors in the cholera in. felled region A PURE AND HH.IABLK COH pouml fluid extract ol rootn, taaves, barka and u Burdock Blood Bit CITP They cure all disease, of the blood, liver and kiduevs. Good hoaitbTls theTg'rMlteMof fortunes no remedy has ao often restored tbw prize to the suffering, as Hood's Sansp anlla Try it. Grant is reported to tie writing a history ol the SMgiiot VIrksliiirg You can necitra strength and steep bv name SheiU'D Litlln Mandrake PiUV One mil a tor sale by T F Co. tale Edward J Holuoa, wrs re puled to bo one of the best connouMurn of antique bronzes m the country Dr Grates Heart Regulator cures all f. iiimof heart disease. nervotuneM aud sleepleasnese. inchee of unow fell at Colum Mian July 28 The Tombitbee liae naen ten feet Hull's Catarrh cuie u taken internally U acts directly upon the blood aud tho mucous surf scesol the syatem Price 75i, For sale by W. W Quackenbush 58H70 Anderson, in a letter to a friend in thin country expreasn nu dtairc to be back again to her na- tive laud Hardly a news[ aper printed but speaks of a sudden death by heart ditteaae Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator mould hmti cured ir, strong assertion, but many havi saul they were taken from the grave by it per bollle at druggists }i< Id of in Virginia this year will roach 000 bushels. If catarrh has destroyed your sense of smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will cure you. 75 cents per bottle Drug- gists sell it. 56 13 70 made of cork now constitute one of the new German industries, Shiloh's Cure will immodlatelv relieve Croop, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Sold by M J Jones. 94 e-o w rjaliubury disapproves of teK'e lation by picnic. The big demonstration in London aeema to bave alarmed him MOO offered for any of catarrh that can't be cured with Latarrh Cure Taken internally Price 71 ct ma MIS 70 BIX deaths occurred at kolT, Russia, fiom the Siberian plague The easiest meiinTto cure a cough or cold is b) using Sbedd'a Excelsior Cough Sjrup Only 25 ctg. per bottle -For bale by T F Wheeler Co. villageaof Rybatzkoge and Smol enekoge near St. Petersburg, have been destroyed by fire A few drops of Joseph s O.I in the bol low of the hand will cure catarrh or cold in the bead Only 25c If you are threatened with, or already have Dr. Kilmer's Indian Consumption Oil u guaranteed to pre- vent aou cure these drtaded conditions j our druggist for it 25c We 111 brioU nirtkinK tin fact tl at tbe Hn mi m V 'Ht n w vol uuieo to IIH lit lam }tar, iwniltit there ktt no end Ju tin Uiiruoiiil Uyis m in tulni-mg le UIVLII tor 10 1 11 thin in uny 1 the} fflftterand more Itr Imnt If --v Ltii. In ut JiitturU atite or h tvi uuinbnetiH in in ir t huit ti or pain rttttinblniK rhejmatHin Ur Kil- mer B O pmi WfLd will enl It KOIIIK to the heart Ask your toi it A Nasal Itijcctcr free with each bottle of fhiloh a Hemeily Prici ,0 en IB Sold Ly 11 J 91 e o The tno pactrs Flora anl Buffalo Girl are buth lauae and will hardly be seen on the circLit trailed this season. Hackmatack, a lasting acd fragrant rfume Price and cpnta Sold by II J Jones M4 e-o prejudice against cremation is fast dying out in Eogland If you bave etone in tbe kidney, or m the bladder, Dr Kilmers bt% amp Root la warranted to dissolve and remove them Abk jour drucgi-t for it aeji hu bostons won two out of ilcien games on the first western trip this sedbou they wjn ten out of thirteen games, -Bucks CJUH i PiDrjijhdnia is cred- ited with a on rtK lady whose hair sweeps the U-ior Dr Kline s Great rve Restorer la tiie marvel of tbe age for all nerve diaeaaes. All fits slopped free. Send to 931 Arch street, Philada Pa. 46vt able obituary notices of (jeneral Gordon's death will keep until next time.   

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