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   McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - March 18, 1887, Smethport, Pennsylvania                             IfOLl'JfK XXIV SMETHPORT, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 18. THE USE OF SUNG. ul anJ Uecuiture at Mdult. M ft fc" ft lin'riKtwt ESmi-K-bt Jflaaa EllA WRITES OF HER-OWN STUDIO A PARTIAL LIST OF THE SIONS IN COMMON USE- EJSPRES- tThiiiMt-iW M I .10 li. ri: vi.i i r r My V- ASI. i B'-irtt, 1'J- OOJtTOJI AT 1 He A a .olSasi' JET. -A. yoirft, l A M i. II'. W. ,11, N I ,.l t.l MtW I, t W It.ll I   tall caw m klnlly fieeu TOOJttosl opeoeil ftEta fllewir sucaS anhS Co-iao wtt I'. 11 KUIK i r VII VU Ittlt 'a- IV t 7_ ti. E' .1 iticft.'o I I II I I II 1C it WKS ma plare I cotsfcaB I wan not a intwited to BMUny I5iiHS3 1 saw The rwocs, J> iirspl one. Mtteied luia o-T utatcuary asaS oboaS Tln> aae tapeutriffij and tsteaiJ, oMaMs ilroctly SafJteaiOJ. SJ Corma Mm WM IE a red BOEoitoS with a fez pol.wd.on Stei bttdt b and wore incased Jo pcSinlrf Tori LIB ulippwa. K worfil teaSa girl a bit scory Ho took OM> fry ouil msoo wMch bJiU EnUttid paitotte.S may cot be elegant, trai It to won Tbe Uotfcam belteo bun th..r Wmiwledgf To bear 0 charming dvalurv. rweroblips an onset or perhaps WiiSb s litest creation, a hnu) in clouds of Heeey tulle, admirer to "let his Up3 ana for a sleigh cbill shae pnanmonl pt-u-Ifcti tell her A l n "hen p.wt a Jeatl MO OBJECTION CAN THE SCORE OF BE URGED ON CRUELTY. A CHICAGO DRUMMER'S EXPERIENCE. Bio CooluOKi Under Batker Clr- to Wnleb EtorffD Coold naeheon to proneoEced to ho oml a U said to bo -he latest thfaglo toll dresHa oCd tho boa- i tiring oafc envy, hatred, mol 13 spofeen of TO- ono'a net Hiat w t tali wl-0 in eiltro wMle OH la by tbe eaclnrmv TJw Latest crKcSi nfceia with op- tercaxl "a colter. a V, WIN AilunlJ wfaK) hafc would have m tt- limn triM is anifersWly fipoSeb of a-. -ftweet M applied MMl -I'llli III t l.t Ml I Mu  Sff- C4 H BBttii.. i WEtboUt 1 rtW VT 1 V W. I A Vs A r I.AW.torner M fte ami Ptoe f. AT LAW. ASOKM E Jv .re iin-S 4 Mile tt'ii. i cHitrt Iveuicee, J .tin tLiit, 1. '1 I hUftlMI. Vuuaj; t t' letohll B i IP cm W It Ul fECurl1 S lolkllviHV tt >im-thn0tt My. 1.IC t.Mrt.l 87 ttxttlt tatti o smethSM'tft. i.t II >N. e- JsE Uiif o-tt-d in K GJ iBjresj tand paitt ;03 CUD ffl airy worn ia tbo Tterswsso Alpa. wiflilias tocgaiB io EnxttMfn 4iua snjr Itefura I tfinco to realisw 1 aCtxxl tliero wrttCa my elre-o ca Nesfi fcs ntaa a peaaiarti iStxll wift3a a nudliK yatl In Jser anaS cu 60 I iraillEieT clever iJBen FiremcCii isfcrLs osnjJIy auro laind juaturally I en >cai iviff, aua88 imfeJEtg' EB few tEwi my aBUrt fiilled a looff jukbte bhi [paleWe. droppofl into a ywti end ajMH telll nna wbiea tdretl laaKEa, do aoyiCfitias; ytusi pEeooa, oaljr doia't emote than you cam poaalWy tBi si e yoa jwrrolMlon." He danbed Sail pots on fcia poleMa, atnJ that (rom Ihia pija I wateted Mm Turorlt Away 3 stood Ural? an ELOIOT nft ffaoattraKffd by lha SEatcias of la- miuar tha! laonalenr "uunift as lie worked uitray Suddenly SM dropped Irtish affld over So fee cried "Von oro a Uttte brlci, and jiow you nbaU hava imwonl" With Jbot ha opeosd on anclsnt corred cup- Ixianl, t4iolt therefrom the lightest CUJM S CriMB eveT iwreia EmwB to n tbiw HJ fcai! EO cad oif nvreeSnieafls, WscBlSi, cakea aicd uS all, roffw, wlhJcJa mjiwlJ1, EdlDt of w fit ia sat and O2a onw2 ctrumtt: M iayiaK tTanmy ajaflrasff alt H2te wbtte Donas ttta n-eal ke easiMlS} to my IPO If snp- wnderjthe (Category, irr-t everything with a njime has t attached to. It. lit some .i-iothcr The wurxl little' ia mid left, iral M utuxl tti a, uBfrttuin. M hi alw "bid A mu.k-is IS is toldake ifc a "dear oi.l iliing o vrht) tips the euaie it aat i" termed a "lltUa dlick feo A to his Iiujid4y beat ia 1..1.1 he u a and vrhen he S3 on Uw "-cat ahowing Kow to handle a turn la U (misinformed he can! "bandlo the ribbiMM." The ejertlojj of .doing this grual. lila team polls him. thrown at his competttora, ond fee must pall up and hate a bait" On his way the family fcamagsand ir- n-ten-nCly remarks that be if thjn the "Gilir'nor" driving Ii, tor anil his lately de- CIJMII undo i.4 61 pa n Mender II H yl ice of bitiinc-w la teamed "a shop, >n.l vvfren lie U, iDclined to jtave tome snp- JKT hn ilectartU bs "do a RuvbK 'f .peaSai of Oeteionicofo ball ftwm ns auction and ehanerones as he calls the Ms frienils "s made to Bar Ol tbo ItlBC S3filcQa There are lo be wo more bull flghta Tho government forblils them But whyP I San't taKigine, ond haven't able to find any who can tell. Tho petition lor a renewal of tho sport woa nigned by M Cleoienceau and M Paul do Casaagnac Eid a great host of public men But President Grevy naid no, and -no It to. Certainly tho objection cannot to on the Ecora of cruelty Notnlnscouhtbe_more aansa. I went to the opening perform- certainly a raoro Innocent anow 1 nevei- wiw There were to bo, wo were told, red Spanish bulls ond real Spanish boll flgbtera, nod It won to bo (altogether Q real Spanish bull light. Atao, for Spainl e hippodrome nan crowded One-nau: BpUuton wore Wealth and beauty olid fawuion and ariatocracy wrsro there in great furec The arenQ was ar- ranged in orthcdos faablon. The ground WES coveredvwlth whits sand. Tho pasts wero draped with criajaon cloth. ITbero wcs n close board fence ate rest nlga an around the outside, separating the areno from the row of spectatoro by o space sis or seven feet wide. Into which tha bull lighters conld leap for safety when hard pressed by the ferocious beaaW. Thus all things ware ready The Bgnt- ics men marched in, made the circuit of the arena and sainted the audience Then there wan a blare ol trampeta, and the gate of tbo ball pen wao thrown open. Onr hearts stood still for a. moment with expectation We looked to ace a, huge: monarch of the plains rush in, with ral- Sfrttl Whei "ihtf poet. Tbe or her visit ia btorlt nece-tsary trade when roembGTcFi flnillsf Is'always of as a regnlijj The of o f< If that uroro D man 13 beins nz i.4 be ng got ft ill K. A rv 12. and MASONIC HALL STORE Sassc 'SH, txrt. At iw ntqttml, aftsx I halt my tJcBf to tsffy 3 ipaGumad my pcflillo-j and monnlwir palntml away an bour tnnsTT. oral I on rijr things be- hinil o Keen aril tnaaa aJiJiira JAM2 anoo pmwm r ani an? w h-n be ia supipcserl to with a fair being to tc furlong for the fray But no none came Then there appeared adlmln ntive bull, surely not more than 2 years old" and small for that age He came in reluctantly, and we could see the tips of several goods behind him, urging him for- HOBELY BEWILDEIEED He enteml the arena with o sorely be- Ttildered ourl frightened air, ond slowly walked fiirivnnl to one of the red draped posts Against this he began rubbuig his brad and necls, as cattle do against the treen In their pastures His horns, I no- ticed n ere small, and on the tip of each nan fastened, for hake, a metal hall OB lug us a door knob! Presently he and ualked toward one_of "I've alwayo made It a said a aiicatjo commercial traveler who hnd jnit come in from on extended tonr through tho ear west, "to bo pollto and civil to every one I meat while out on the road. It pays In tho long run and saves a heap of trouble. But sometimes it te pretty rough on one s pride, and the sacriflees a fellow has to make to behalf of peace and good will are frightfully galling, Abont three weeks ago I was in Globe, A. T With another commercial traveler I visited a notorious saloon In tho town, about which I_had heard a good deal We went In ont of pnro curiosity, and, going np to the bar, called for A rough looking man was standing next tho fifteen loot away He aang out. In a very nn- nleasant voice. say, stranger, ain't ye goin' to In- vite me ter.drink with "Not happening to feel very generous, or lilto being Imposed upon, I sold and my friend and 1 raised our glasses to our lips Instantly k pistol report was good, loud one, drinking: antil I cotild recover from my astonishment When I looked at my glass I found no liquor In. it, bnt It was cracked and perforated. A bullet hod gone through It! Bartender, 'fsatdT, 'give me another i of wblalcy This ifl no good You'll pay for ho inquired. Bold I. "Again I raited the glass toward my lins My hand was not more than thrco Inches from the top of tbo bar when there was another pifitoi shot The glass was shattered into b dozen pieces. At this Juncture 1 begaJi to understand the game- My blood wasTrip, and I for a third Kiis It was broken aa the others hud been I was frightened nearly out of my boots and espectcd to get killed at the next shot, bnt I was mad, and kept on hud the by I la i-nown as a tkcjt has been off" is ipoken thifll is recipro- "apootts." awn. to the ttie some a much in It Of a woinan has on eye fur tbe main chance" U to that that who gazo fondli nt her are we C. t J> in. i; s ts toe European FURNITURE I Uln tc trvl ofl PRICK ANI) Ql'AL itt( thui I t IK [C WALL PAPHK f i inntautlv on twao-t t IT bi wire inv C CALL AND SEE US L'li: U I! milituirli IN. .unity I .n.iitiij, I rki th! u SPSCHT SASSS, St.. C, V. Pa, fur 42nree offish obr B DmitjJ such joEIy linte-i arUiiCs ilire lift aAi yiwar TtcJ-y IreAiJ Shskr jx.t tt ihey twoa KJEDI- pinr >ri3 THiey ilms 1 joar sl-> ci> inoilsCs in a cnii'l. th Ely WJ7 Ab, Slfrm X tu ill Jor n" Jiut ImkJ yoar poaittaa aaJ witt till I get ready TSzeiw, yi.ar liiick Jrantht dun t wiuk to ttp-wftar afi THK! Tlie o.' -i Jierson E4> Eht DLillaral UQre- >t I m vfliiiple KirS Sjeforo ia In A -.tiltf cBiair wiittl In Up' That a ca.i'i Tiny t thrtr EaMwUtj r-n.ii sta> iswteriLil the? i- -Sir! a aml r crrt wt ether one or cot tin t t as tli r Clint CEie hsad'  xee the ghost walk Jmeant uLirten would be paid, Q slnsular innova- Uon 4n tbe tlmeo, square la now the bzadqnarters of -JooB actor high toneil ones bava lonj aso left thotccasplcnoos resort Hera yoa will fcsar coctsUsnt referenceo to Joslibs. the dnfortonates who are TOEV- br-ng ted luck to th companies they happen tove been emrloyed with "KattirH artoift of not Bnuct talent, and fjiSP trashy nnvrorth; prodacMon ol a blew U o reference to the un.4 artJeaa, and dicer" to the taU Sat of t h- aorfel y ncur- Perhaps no word ts haWfloollJ used thnn whlcffc n company or a combioa- thiti W wbirh tiie (rmls Mre w low that it Thc-ro are "snap -e-H offt-nts and snap liKe from t4 month year the "Qn HoHl n an who got stack 4ne time out nwl wish hti company add somebody.sng- nwslml that ho pledge his diamodds to Kit the.peopte back. -What' be fca> rUimed m dUgnst, "hock me sparks for 1 olanifi' sireo'" MJ Thompson vtjt the forcmnst'profebsor of upon coantijy nndience herself I yonrvelT' ia the Jul.ict of the god to toe one Who matins a fof oj himself men qnicUy ran away Tho bull looted after him as if puzzJed, and then turned toward another The second man bla ground until the Imll was il.rrc tn him awl then after the manner fit a circus nrniluit, the animal s back The bull presently entered into the spurit fun trotted briskly aboat frtmi -me man the other. Riving i-ach a chaute jump over him Then ho went up to the fence, and, as it nail a fllniiy strtirtare, pott d a hole in It ami jimiii.-.! thnnigh There were Hcxeral men iu the safety ring, and when they aa.iv the ball jump in they jumped nut in a htirrj, islul tile bull t nit ted licsurclj anmn.1 until ie caluo to a ffcate, which sonif iMie had ppened, and then he went intj> the arfena. This operation was suite through twice. Then the men got a lot of red, white and blue rosettes stuck them to his sides with daubs of clue, and led him away In triumph This was all thore was to the performance, the same piny being re- peated over and over again .with new There woo nothing even approzi- matins to rtanpttSr, and there woo nothing half ns eicitlns as the average riding -In e clrcua High prices were paid for ad- TOlsalon to tiie flras ohow under tno idea that would bo something very ex- citing but almost every one was disap- pointed. nnd II the government hod not forbidden any more -ugbts" I doubt If they would have eccnred paying patron- Parts Cor Chicago Tribune. broken In my hand On the I lelt a sharp pang In oue of my flngers 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 Uqnor in it I raised tbe glass with a triumphant flour- ish toward the sharpshooter and drank the liquor He came right up to me, held out hto hand and exclaimed "'That'i online, pnrd I pay for all them ilriuku, an' now take another with me Thet'A the fust time in a coon's age I vc inisaed a glass, though 't majight be thet I've hurt some o.' the boys' hands a leetle You's the fust man thet over neia np more'n two glasses on roe ..an'rnllv mAkeS 'CUI WdUl The fast I to Tbe ortUi ir. Drugs Medicines 13 PAINTS. 01I.S. 1-ANCY OMldei 0.1 ih- Li of---------- -'3 wmni piatni a at oir Q prin- TJurn 'ho will tote op o sailor, strum a few !HITJ "J o waltz wbils tha and! -2 amadFtfSseiJ Dii3 presence 1 aBd'tlous fear coutume wonild yoa S sauipwiwi- II wiju tfce astd Iec2 I yoa into the tusllroojn, oat wo sainted i1 ifca OJ eotciso a g3raeeJu2 raichea emM> Sta atacits ont  In tteeir effiorta. li-pic u ffffona tier Irfiicsuflly tho ar'us. iBOTteJ tokeatStiB Jlierty to its vmrtcrs C os a 5n5- on t applaud testiosi tea on -TonihjnS that Ut- the Mr wnntsan Yoxt Jour- JiooUi and lit, Mirprutas; when we Udnk ol the many rootn and herbo posaatalng medical virtues that more ol tbera are no by chemfeta and sdentlafa. prrtment their propeitKn mnlto tte me.l'cal profe-awn. 03 household am! yet they bo foand ta our Tiert are mUllonB of or roots oid herbs, if ouly nracdcal ncd scientific fflsn would OT to ami di-wver their fecutor propertiea and Rive tesn to tbo medictl world A fa tha use iff roots of one the 'JJffindard recnCTSUri for oltajiiiR to the It appears there ia much mi ire nourish- ment In sugar than has bc cast, so true character never attains perteeaon without the tegredleut ot That vice is the to a oada Amber to Chicago Journal ,_______asd Visa. Biers, I feavo eallrf Utelr sttea'.ta to wfeas J was o-ai of haiOTsony cJ tta wccrz. by way is wiih tariboJiKU SMETH_PORT 1 am prepared Jo ftirmisSi the of the Cot-nil and adjacent country wiJt3t Fresh' meat, Hiam, Sail inracass. Corned Cbidkens, at fcesitioscJ- Fnur a cwxJel to tall aa AnMTtaia artUS aayttuisB ateoat pataStas woaid only lEcoir his KT sKrhsj tortb a aalM CT JBEIe. ___j sarpa33 i physidsn. letoaald tJi-ot when w n--v5e by boiltev" the roote ns meal with it, it sever folb 'hi- vioSeat i Xens. Jlr.co Food. fv ssieiaci pnts thci pnco paid for t5io tocil the ol Jbe United Stotra, imr. Thot would be'n, lltsla tSuan ?IW on en overage- i Tttc arany rotiun coats aJiont twenty cents, an fl ol thn Ixrit pnblte Us- unlDUaan of the countr> supply load for temates tor tlian that 3n An An oW church III t tica, V which is o be torn bclonsB to a society by the Rrfornrea tde Ji'-.tttfr c? cS t ic- ol is fS now t with na ur. breltt covenrstl lhae apjfflreit ol __ ciion. 3> dirfnErtlaa ran lie 5ateh and chartered owr the ftcnJ of slyJWUy _Uon III In 173H The boilill- JOOH5 KIM alxrat town goes OSi W3S in ami It3 into tlw rahi wea-'ing e, r j Q riot SCUM? because the marblo wslh Stto '.JS has to st.c nona. j wlt Ja Iu cas.3 tha cost b really n c n TiUi2UJ SEASON. -if ums A CAMMED GOQDS Higfeesfe price fiajd four UuJes aEd c. w. WU.LIAWIS; MainSirecft. wJste tho eijusr LJ beim bU SOP eocsts er to f.r.t !iL> tsf v. tf i grerr.e onenvujapJBR ii i-i baS l2eo expcfiea to r i: nona -vet- senSJ a soreas .55 pStasnca CESS Bell, Jew Inspcc't-. M- JazosB i tor-c fesl> cw! caa- S t v o t- s I -t TSas tasira tit U r J scTreaty tless, eat' ad 110 'i''- fc: cJ Icei ri to J2Q acd to aio ntfa fccia torsa iraMii Tra rcs of Illicoia, Michigan HjuJ hove n-caiorialized cca- grro-3, sssliiag tor na.io-ua legt-latlon for this treatment csacko an hKsvtag innnzaerablo One lines oZ fracture all over Ito ourmce, having the appear- oaco of BialCD or irresnlar crystala, which crooo and mtersect each other In erary direction, productoc otrlking and beajitUnl eCecta tho Jighft folio upon Its sur- Eello In Cincinnati EnquiTBr. A Collector. A JoTKiiiQto Now Yorfeer wtto has mado mosey in a specialty lo Charles Hits- maim; who began In 18TO to collect photo- rasola ol prominent paroons In aooal, SSSono, theatrical an3 public We. Tho first collection which huns in hto show wlcdow comprised flvo da? bo nao moro th.-m tno raHec- tol fcS between and 873 CCO Ths martot vatao of tho photo- IrrajCte raagas team centsa to an taotoncaoS the astenslvo it laay bo noted that ao haa SiW of Ellea Terry and moro Soanlmato Don't It seem to >on that sometimes in- animate objects almost become possessed and take a delight in making your life a burden Take a window sash for instance. I have known one of these to go on for a. long while without behaving In any way otherwise than a rtrst class window should, and yet suddenly, on a clear, One night, -when there wan. not enough wind blowing to the dirt in the street, take to crealsing and groaning in the most awful way Same way with window shut- tors that ordinarily have a permanent at- tachment for the turn buckle, yet sudden- ly, without a moment's notice, they will procure divorce without the slightest coose and go smashing and Banging aboat as though they had gone crazy. Ana ben- steads, on article of furniture that above all others one would fancy grave and dig- niaed. I have, however, known them to set up a creaking in the middle of the night that was simply delphia Call A Believer In Laek. There is more than one hotel which hooata a boarder who ont with anything short of the destruction of the building One of these was met ?L oU.er da7 He admitted that he was of hto location "Why >oa was asked "Well, yon know ____ made all his money while he In that room. Im a believer in sncfi o thing as luck, and. candidly, pSttohaveBlank'Dgood fortune fall to me. I believe I am more successful since I come hero and I intend to remain. OnTmeots peoplo with strange Ideas In thto CalL most robust white man In many occupa- tions, and win prove Invulnerable to all the that are, so fatal to tar ge bodies ofworkmen of ather naaonaUtles The coolie In California wiU live on a of hta ttis a. half pound of pork the limit of hta desire is reached, notthat-he docs not Uke Sood living and American cooking- but these things are not Included in bluest! ottbe essentials. After living on the fat of the land in an American house- hold he will return to his oM pl4in rice diet apparently without a George H. Fitch In The Cosmopolitan Perfect simplicity to the antithesis of slntpjicity to qMllty to calculated to destroy The whole tendency of modern education is to create an Intense self con- Ktousness; and whoever fa self conscious has lost the charm of simplicity, and has already become vulgar in a manner. The most high bred persons are those In whom we tad a perfect naturalnaw, an entire absence of self consciousness Vtie Whole influence of concentrate the mind of the child on selfTM It grows up this have at once an both self absorbed and affected, both i hard toward others and vain of "OnMa in North American Bevtow. Short a Waste. Many calculations have been mat SSSTet mada to Bin. boon. tonun of the quality, ntlwr more than one acre will be plowed la das-rind on gtabble Un4 one DM quarter A conmWermbledUtaMic. of OOUTM, found in the ,work compaahod py different even on the Und. With nine wide, exactly eleven traveled insptowlng an .ere. A of a. day or more to generally ujed to turning at the fcaidtona. Time tabor arc wved by nmntnit the the longest way of the fleld, M the nuraber of tnrim to thereby As following of an arttete-. HroMj.1 Ij stimulns and Inspiration and the life at to not manlfartad by t Saadience. It when the cnrtaln rnntoar follows the an _bur.t of nlaasc. Even the young dancers In tbe klrmew complained Out the wcS cold, and that they feared thing going wrong, froBt tte mwiw sQence of the Washington Otter. 1 than Tribune._________________ A 2Eos5can HBoor Be7  mem. I ,ton of the law aa it waa in his have to wesjjonpa.t. Hard, .Soft or Cnrba, S5TW ,'ate. ;le. 8eU   

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