Wellsboro Agitator, June 17, 1896

Wellsboro Agitator

June 17, 1896

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Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1896, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania v r E C. Caswell. of Brockpori N was terribly afflicted Vrttil c-wfula and had lost all hope rf S nml. A fnemLadvised me to take Dr. TaYicienner's whu-h I did with jrreat benefit, and I rec- ommend it to others. It restores the lnvr to a lifalthy condition, and cores scrofula, rheumatism dvS .iml .ill kidney, bladder and'orin Hn __ no greater charm mplexion, snob aa heard extolline AND ENDS. m.M? OF I-.TKHE.ST SKLECTED AND COM TRIBUTES It b.i? fr. cjnently remarked ulilor of the Splketown Bliz- .iir-1 tha ne look like the Emperor of Uennsm This simply Koee to show that the Ei' peror of (Jennany looks like When i hii Iren a cathartic eivo 1'ilU. They ate safe, sweet, and I find the Majah. that some rhirvm "iimkt-e invented a f.r nr.k-.ii Imltab hnlf wateh." By si'l' the Colonel, with much tth.it wont they be putting th it -'ulf i.t.i Ah T. 111. then -h Tilt- nil lmH 11 I il-im ilphllr The i t ,n who always complaining "You i'- k .1- if hail that tirnd feeling r.m.rk d the x.fiii't. ins friend. "Ihaye. Au.l t U :ne punctured." i >-i- h at all times to ii'. th. o.uili.it- of vonr family. n of them tatch a cold or i' "ii- in Hyer Howd Vi. -I- A .f-J. M. .1. Smith, I- lit-, ind set a trial i. !he {treat German i. We it away to prove i it_ I. ,i -ure t-nre for coughs, .1 i i n-mnptun and all dis- i" ti 'iir.it anil Large nW i ut- Jpnl KMan-rut- An Ora'or In i the police magistrate, lo-ny before I u '.I- y iu.' i I H l.ntered, hlear-eyed pi.-u. iM-i -.u, ,ur- tunr hadgrown -I." i-> in. -inie their Ust coat i i H 'v p..i I applied, slow- amlTo-e to his feet. it you please with he said. "I was .-a- disorderly. There Bat if I 1.1. u, I_TO uiak- a few .'V- wme of the reasons r, tlie free ,md unlimited '-rh.i it the r.itioof 1G to t i Tin. r-" ha-tiiy polled him f IM 4 i-L .I tl I u L.M i i-r tt..it IT i- to gather t _T r t! -lj while barriissed with a i It a c- niplHiut that if- ami of the Vi it i- t-asily removed. A r IH, ,.t Halt-'s Hoiie-y of Hore- 1 ii.il I ir nor any injurious i ,w-( ut- liKiking girl that lit- _ the youth in T i'j-. She may lot k i -j__J th.- v-'ung ni.in with the rtt-rh "hut yon onght M T' ran luvSTi a 1 when three richer fellow A-a Family Mtdr- -tin for the neivea n us a legacy. "If r ur blixd disorder, k.ige of this reme- uction, oonstipa- iiiali-in. etc., tbifl lire Hver l.d A M. tit- It adiug tirng- ami are it p ickages, rot. i- :ir politicians." "what M "r. it frying to get 5 Pec Month or Per Year GjtMiteed tcrAi! hvestors on both barge" and Small V V.I I II fiyeslmen: -o, CEDAR SHINGLES STURROCK FORSYTHE ai.J .rt-r" wht'B yofl want of any WEO n street, WalLiboro, -Ti KRorK FORSTTHB- i DiKOVEN'S COMPOUND Pennyroyal Tansy Pills _ S prompt _ Crwocnt Oa.. M. I. HTrK i 1IUWD. d -w t 1 s .1 i THE DEAD CHILD. WELLSEORCVTJQGA' GOTOFEY; PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, i896. WHOLE NO. i PUBLIC JOURNAL PUBLISHEa) BYEEY WEDNESDAY BY t ttn'ir ('Pico In tho Keystoti? Block, No. KM, Main atroet, Wellsboro, Pa. Eiityreii at the Post-offlce at Wellaboro as aeo- ond-claas matter. CONDENSED TDtt-TABLB Took effect May _ OOIKG SOUTH. "A.M. A.M; A.'M.IP. M. One dollar and fifty a rearcaub Inailiaino; when In arrears, two PROFESSIONAL CARDS I >T- Williams, M. D., Mi AND SURGEON, Wollaboro, Pa, nt- IA Main street, second floorvover t 1 r I st TO SjxK-ial attention given i i-.- of the eye, ear. nose and throat, Dr. Willard G. Lent. vl ATTKNTION given to obflfeSrics, if women and Reneral Hnrjrery Ot- H block, Wellsboro, formerly -.1 hv Dr Haph Office hours, ,i in 1 to U p m 7 to 9 p. ,T. P. l-onjrwell, t VTHK' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON P.I. Office over Brydon's Htoro Residence corner of Pearl and is U, 1895. B. M. AT LAW AND SOLTOITOR OP >H AND PATENTS, Wellsboro. Pa., IS D G Wellsboro office in I'lii-Jc. corner Main and Crafton ihinstpn office. No. 507, B street. W J. H. Putna HKTFKSTll j WE HAVE NO AGENTS. raatnL IOO Styl ri.ecn. 90 of i st Idles. ELEHABT _ 111, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TtoRa, Pa. Collertione m t am- wbi-re in the United States. Money t, .an mi real 0, L. Bacon, M. D., IAS AND SURGEON, Wellsboro, Pa. i- at residence on Main street. Office 1] rt uutll 'la m 1 to p. m.; special at- tojAronir diseases of women i ill j-kni dlieafles 1, 1800. w MKKHICK. ROB'T K YOUNG. Derrick Young, "AT T j'lVEYS AT '.AW ANO BOLICITOBSOF vfrrVTs Wcllshoro, Pa. Office in Law H il hni; thy ground floor, Main ii i iM-ir, 7f. Sliattiicki AiToKVEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Pa Office up stairs, 17 Central a -iiif Jair I, H. L. Baldwin, AT'iRVKY AT LAW, TioRa, Pa. Office in klj tm Geneva, Dresden. 7 25 11-00 8 10 12 40 7 20 7 68 8 20 6 42 8 07 8 17 8 37 8-10 12 07 8 65 Watkins OM 104 0 25 Lawrenceville. 40 W 25 5 10 8 12 11 02 5 43 11 35 8 17 U 52 Elkland Knoxvffle T Tlyaacft Siopa.- ___ Stokesdale Junction Wellsboro ---Ansonla. 12 50 7 35 8 27 11 19 5 58 8 55 U G 85 0 10 12 05 6 35 8 40 11 35 0 40 0 17 IS 13 7 20 9 58 1 05 S 04 10 22 1 8 20 11 22 2 30 9 32 12 05 3 20 10 10 P. M P. V. P. Slate Jersey Shore t Wluiamsport Heading, Philadelphia 13 8 30 5 05 5 Oil 10 12 7 12 P. M P. M. A. npjlhor on his arm. pursued during his four yoars of occn. Tlie.mxt tram would carry him to paticy of tho gubernatorial chair was limbu-, win re his wife awaited his I IT' HON. WILLIAM M'KINLEY. Cameron, i iRN'F.Y AT LAW. Wellsboro, Pa. Office t iint-nm Packer's stone 1, port with Philadelphia Eeadtai; K. K E- B' G. .ffenerffj Suptvintend nt. Addison and Pennsjlianja Railway. The-Searchlight Turned "on His Career. OOKO dOCTH. I I 1 001.VO BOKTH. BUSINESS CAffDS. Gerkj-n, Ml H' HA XT TAILOR. Wi-llstoro. Pa F{ P Erwm Fine custom tailoring at 11 r i'ni-cn fltiod fits jniaranteod in every case. ]i AOITATOK office 14, 18IJ5. Brothers Co., WI--.rHKl.il 5IARBLE WORKS The latest' ii .if fi.reieii and domestic' marble and ui tml Ohio and bmlding stone. lnl> a TO p. m !a m 7 2Ti o 10 55 7K .-i.-W'llOS 7 .vi, 7 .VI 1 1 tJ4 OOllll.tl 8a' liO.1 1138 S3.-. Addison allO 13 43 Preemnns Nichols Nelson Elkland Osoeola lOOO 431 422 047 41 (MO 4 00' X. 4 Oil 2 SI :HM Coles Hotel, 027 .137 214 84-, 114D Knoivillo 024354210 H 11 24 12 00 !1 1.1 3 820 Westflefd !l 10 3 II .IS (1 40 1" 17 Salitasv-ille 8 S4 3 (l.-.l 1227 Davis 840 3121241 10211 70J1241 Galmw 82.-, SOO.lf'oO Galuton d 8 10 FRANK M. BAKKR, G, It V.'ILS among such people and ot them that McKinloy was born, a1 Nilcs, idi Tntmbull county, O., Jan. A younger sou, he was destined by his father, after whom lie was named, for the bar, and was educated at tho WHAT PPVT-ST scllools' later entered Alle- WH_ai lib KAlb ghanyColluKoatMeadnlle, Pa.Reaching scliool to pay his tuition lees. Scarcely was he matriculated when, the civil war came on. He was but stripling of 19 when ho entered as a private. His Private Character and Pub- lic Services, 3 43 1 50 337 r.'iO ml Ancestry and a Soldier and a His Early Participation 'In Cani paignft Hla Political MoKinl'-y, ns tho'.e who remember him us a buy m declare, was a real full of fun! loving athletic H.I.-RORO. W R Col.KS, Proprietor i unrl hotel in town i.ini: ins.steam heiit. "Iwtric lights 1! Ih l.it.-st imnn.vi.mi.'ntH Nor I'l IS Tho Buffalo and Snsquelianna Railroad. Took effect Mondnr, January 1, 1H9IJ Snsquehanna Division. Republican Career Conn Problem. ctlon With the Labor WESTWARD, a KuiitioR ]arr Costoiio Fnrk June Qernutnia Galeton ..Ar 8 2 UO ih ll :m 4 44- 11 liO 4 Two i oaK of (rood paint will look bet- ter anil la-t lonjter than three coats of poorjiaii.t It will be time to paint, Keating ami ire wunt to talk with you about punt-, brn-hef, ani oils. are not paint awjiy or helliiig it at cost S. 1 2 4 1 -6 a. m p m- p. m Dop 9 l.j 235 bnt we are selling paint that is good jumt, that will he a profit to us aud to tnt man who boys it. tONGM-N MARTINEZ -V PUTT Paints in- the beRt iii the market. We know wm-iHof we Bpeak, having handled these ".K for over fourteen years. We have 1 of these paints of all shades u '1 colors and ure prepared to sell them with tht- folio wing guarantee; r- int. r -M.LMKK OF PL-HE PREPARED lm.1.1 uji that is not aatiHfaotorilypainted l ir J'un- Pn-iiart-d Paint or upon which i- mil lt-M than if other paint hatJ n-( rl WILL BE REPAINTED AT OUR I KII iraiitw of satisfactory result, assure M hv-h.-si dt'tnw of i-scell-nco in thc (In -n twntk in- mil is an ajcrtfinent which weauthor- dw.tlcr who-hiia thf Rale of our paints i II tii uwo for such piirjiosw the funds 1 In luis K'lorifnntr to our Hrm. LONUMAX i; 5IAKTINEZ. 10 :i :io] Cross Fork June., la 18 4 GuruJama 1 1 10 5 53' Guleton l 20 G 03 l Oenesee Division. WESTWARD. 51 53 5. .p m p Wellsviile OfiMweo C P A June. 7 Ar ti oo :t rr. o :i LM Oaittos Anpouia Ar 12 ao) 7 00 i 40 Wt'llsvillo Dpp il "0 4 l.i Oetitisoe. i) 4 C P. A June 10 H4 r, 10J 20, G 13 83T, Gainea Il .Tl JIT) ti -IH 2 Auwjnia. -Ar 11 58) 7 OOJ 0 10 ii :J5 Fort Branch. 33 i 4 (HI H OOlCr'saFkJ'n 12 TO1 .1 40. :JO 7 30, .Ablnitt i 1 00 0 10 '100 7 OO'J Cr'saF k a 130 IHO t Trains atop, for mt-als. All traius ran daily except Sunday C. W OOCIDYEAR, Qcn'l Manager., H Train Miwter William McKinloy, whoso narno nnd pprsouality jnst now dominate nil things Republic-mi, hold! tha front cra- ter of the public; stupe. Ho is probably more talked nbont today than any other American and to hold that position for sireral mouths. Under tho full glare of publicity hu stands unflinch- ingly whilo the searchlight is turned steadily upnn him. It is a No detail of hiq whole career, no phaso of ilia character, no act or word Of deed, however shrouded by years, is left un disclosed. And what does the light reveal An ancestry of honest, sturdy, hardworking folks, poor aud in hnnible circumstances, but of such sort that no man in this democratic country need ho ashamed. A boyhood spent aniring simple but pure minded iu industry and in an honest emleavor to rise. A young manhood devoted to gallantly flghtinR tor the Union, and later, when peace had oome ana the sword was put away, to 14 the pursuit of, an honored profession. Tho details of his later career in coii- eress, where for years ho represented his state faithfully and with muc-h personal were widely known be-. fore. His later services to the greatcom-, momvealth of whirli ho became AS A 111II.VLT MAJOR. sports, fond of horses and fishing, and all outdoor ex-rcise, and yet at 1C ve find him taking upon him- self a us view of l.fe. The ehuich records show that in 1M8, whin he was oraroof such recent date that they need hardly 1C, he united with tho Metlio- hurdly to bo mentioned iu Humming up dist Episcopal chinch of'Poland, tho the events of his life. minister of which was Rtv. Dr. Day, As a mere boy he was a good school- whoso son, Wilson M. Day, is now pres- teaehcr. idcutof tho Cleveland chamber of corn- Tliere uro official records to show that BROOKLYN WHITE ALWAYS IN STOCK. I'KiN contracting for i tin allow any paint to IM? M '-r for you. Always speci- 't wish used. T 'ft BRUSHES. i are without Eumber in style I fin Kb nowadays. We have every frinn tlie common o-cent ones up to the skilled painters select, worth a ii n -oiuetimes more. We can surely thmir by you in brushes. WILLIAM ROBERTS. i (10 this time On I shall nvnmv.u business on a STRICTLY he was a good soldier. As a lawyer ho did credit to the pro- fession. As a statesman ho mado n most bril- liant record, which, although in tho heat cf a political campaign may be criticised by his opponents will un- doubtedly stand tho test time. As for integrity of character, there is no blot ou tho McKiuley escutcheon. His efWliujj honesty was demonstrated and tested in the fife of financial disas- ter. Few public men have had to passJ through this ordeal, and uouo of those who did came out of it more honorably than William McKmlr-y. His patriotism is tho strongest point iu his character. Whether an a sol- inerco, Majpr McKinley's father was an iron manufacturer, and a pioneer in thajt business. William was his third son. The eldest, David, is now a resident of San Francisco, where ho is thn Hawai- ian coUsul general to the United States. The second son, James, died abouVfour years ago. Theru is another son, Abner, younger, than the major, who, although a citizen of Canton, spends most of his time in New York, where ho is engaged in business. J McKinley's mother is now 87 of age, but alert and vigorous, mentally and pliysica-lly. She set H much of her distinguished son, and he waits on her and walks with her each day he spends iu Canton. Even now, whilo his .anxi- eties are and should on keenest edge, playing, as ho u bold game for the biggest i stake on earth, ho visits and dier, fighting for his country, or as a GASH basis. I believe a nim- to servo it, as'a gov- i .-I cruor directing the fortunes of a great iBIUKI- 011 eann, no visits and Die Sixpence IS better than a state, or as a statesman molding the walks with hit niorhcr every afternoon, slow dollar Hence I aitl of tlic nation, ho has been first They prefer tho quiet streets of the sub- "4 aud foremost an American, aud all his lOrCCQ tO adopt thlS plan Ol pridohas- been centered in that name. Onstomprs -kill find Not thc of with Customers will tind whoin Iui hiw mcommou> We for plumb- it to their adVallfage to trade ahvay-j exccptiug Abraham Lincoln, with mc, for my goods and Will SPCak for them- 'Pfauco hud in it so much expression of his love of tho laud, as McKinley. All- 4 yoira in the army, his congress and his 4 years HECTORS and CARPENTERS, ATTENTION! 1 '-if fin dime from Merchant r ,v, or any cf the i r xnidfH nf rnohDK tin, call mil ALL WORK GUARANTEED. II PI.OMBISOand TIN-WORK XfKNIbHED FEEE. S. Selves. throngh his All kinds of produce taken 14 '7eara m tho gubomiitorial chair ho lias been goods at WKLLSBOBO, PA. I. Butt's hardware store. in exchange for market prices. The Baking department will continue to be headquar- ters for family supplies. ..I Jl _ Weliatoro. Pa July 24, 1893. unswerving m his Americanism. Sach 13 tho inuii who is now an honest candi- date for thc presidency. a e ion 01 ;s, JOHN oughly Macbioo Shop unviit is prepared to of In M'KINLEY'S BOYHOOD. He Was a Beat Boy, Yet Studious and of KflHelann Bent. William MeKiuley isBprung from that domiuuut race that has furnished this nation with some of its greatest soldiers and statesmen. He is Scotch-Irish by descent, aud his ancestors immigrated to this country early enough to have sons who took a patriotic part iu tho war of tJio Revolution. Tho family removed from Pennsyl- vania to Ohio in 1814, and from that day have been identified with that state, Full, Cinaritnlcrd. "fli. mill ime HxlO both nowly ifilt-r ,A mrhoa in diumetor by vMlfi hixtj hix flues tofttaa WU1 bo sold i MP.in KixxliuH.iirHy. I'.i Mari-h -ij, ly. W. D. VAN HORN. President. 1 F. Kjl WIUGUT, Vice-PreBldent. (l B. W. OLECKLEI1, Cmhlcr. N BOABD or DiitBcrottB. B. JULES, F. K. WRIGHT, CHARLES TUBB8, JESSE LOCKK. D L. DEANB, E. K BACKER. N F. WILLIAM O'CONNOR, F. W. GRAVES. -ARTHUR H. ELLIOTT, r. Simd yonr boelnm! to Tba Welhoornngb Nft tlonsl." Yoa will flud it profflpt, atcunito. and acconHDodmlnc INTBKSbT PAID OS TIME DEPOSITS. J. K. HOBIKHOH, Pres't. H. C. Cox, Umbr OF WKLL8BOBO, PA. ESTABIJSHMJ, 1884, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, This Bank pUoee fSOO.OOO between its de oodtors and any possible loss. TUB dank a general banking OOBI- anfe. makea oollecttons, aolla drafts on Europe and gives prompt attention to all botdnflee at lowest rates. Interesti .ana. JI'KIKLEY. not in a great pnbliq way, but simply as anil devoted citizens, not striving for particular eminence, bnt notable for sturdincss of character and integrity. urbs for these little excursions, and McKiiUcy may bo tho old lady with tho profoundest and" nffoctiou, whilo thc conversationul in- terchange between tho two never "flags. M'KINLEV, THE SOLDIER. How He Roso From tho Ranks and Be- dune a Itrevct Mijor. Youug had been a keen ob- servor, BO f.ir as his ppporhmities went, of tho pobticjil events that culminated in the firing on Fort Kumter." The call of.tlio president for found a qilick response in his as it did all throngh the north. Aud when thc drams and aroused the eciioes of tho quiet sfrejEts of PoUnd, among the first appli- cants for enlistment was William Mc- Kiricf, Jr. It was a 'now osperioneo and a new school that thtUfc-year-old boy entered, this school of war, bnt ho had Wonder- ful teachers. It was his good fortune that assigned him to Twenty-third Ohio. Thc recruits that composed it were in June, 1861, mustered midform- sd into a regiment. Its first colonel waa W K-iser-rang, afterword major general commanding the-dcparhnent of the Cumberland. Second in command was Stanley Matthews, who was a splen- did soldier, bnt won his greatest honors in civil life by becoming United States senator and justice of tho United States supreme conrt; and Rn t h erf ord B. Hayes, afterward governor of Ohio and president of tho United States. These arc a few of the illustrious men who wore bonlo on tho roll nothing of the great Mini to the (joven.ment Ar.d yt weX all know that France is to day" one of the .most pri sperous couutnes in the wnrld. When, at the close uf the French-Ger- man war in the Germans levied a tribute of UUU txx) on France, the people came forward and out of their pavings raised the money, loaned it to their corflitry nff the debt. They did'not wait till the allotted time and stone hntf., and Che summer in tents. Religion and biw are unknown, but there a sort of communism born of the t-xigf-ucies of the situation. When Miss Krurer reached lohind in 187.) she waa (fiv Imi- maul, inrb 1 -RiPEB tan Vi nb ihj- rod flu-vks. redd'-r tlii iBi-rry litolk-M tuni4t, 1 turn u y Jit-art I th- o j TLuu (auaf now -liku a i What I WL. i LAR HAIT I for s '.d said th' d faino .ir. 1 found Mierai uie abKLtl tlu- di_'iiKin I anult- fur man, not mo, ii'Utb hjLjri'mj TAit.' M'KINI tV AT TlPt. IlhClNXJXG OF I IS LEGAL f t not make a speech on every motion, of- fered ur bill introduced, pfou must con- fine yourself to one, particular thing. Become a special bit. Take -up some branch of legislation and mrika that nir study. Why not take, np the subject ther'a in bank, whei-e it was said that htr fa r face attracted ami bank noiesto the window. "She must be said hir father, "to buy her own Ucad if iKeesviry, and not to sell herself to matnmoiiy." She had inauy suitors, but Major Me- Kinley, then a rising young lawyer, vanquished .all rivalry, removed' tlie from tho win- dow from honest James Saxtmi these words the hand of thedaugli- ter was gained: "You are tlie I have ever known to whom I would intrust iny daughter." It wns the sfupendons tnbnte by one aatiuu on and never before was sum it in uiHgnitude so quickly paid. How did thej do if' How did they do what perhaps no other eouctry in the world could have done, without resorting to a KEAL AND IDEAL. A kind hearted lady was once reprov- ed ijuite sharply by a fnend for giving money to a stranger who seemed to be charity in the France, itself and none was invited from abroad? It, was tnrtflei possible by the industry, thrift and economical charac- ter of her people, Who to-day, as the} for bald the suspecting and cen- sorious fnend. The quick and generous I answer "If you must suppose at i all, why not suppose that he had spent the money for bread? Why suppose tbn.ta.rn ,ml ardor; and he rrtnmrt to of tariff. 'BMng a that'wilf noi great field' foi study nnd chance for iug tho political he Ima won, nor ultimate fame. y ccpt the flattering offer madu him of a commission in regular army. But to flu's IJis parents offi'reil strong opposition. They pointed out tho smajl rewards to honor aud ambition that come to the soldier iu time of peace. At length Ife yielded to th efor With theRc words ringing in his i-ars ULcEinley hogan stndying'thc tariff And [Boon brcame the foremost authoritylon the subject 'f eir persuasions i Thc day upon which the "HcKin ey and reluctantly gave up hia dreams of la ff bill" iu the house martial glory and bent hif, xniiid upou must always stand the supreme ino- the pnrsjiits of peace. Tho war had luent of McKiuIny'q congressional ta- made a mail of him and ended all recr. The bill, by adroit parliamentary thought of a collegiate career. Ho ca-st Reueralship wliich hud prevented it about fora prufeuMOD, and, n.itm ally, from beiugweightnl tUiwii with amW- homng county bar. He supplemented his rending by taking the conrtie at tlw Albiuiy Law school, and in was admitted to the practice. He located at Canton, whero he formed a partnership with Judge Bcldcn. Ho_was an excellent advocate, even iu those early years, and made some of the best jury arguments made at tho Stark enmity bur. At the hewas firbt elected to congress he enjoyed ono of tlie leading places and one of tho best general practices iu the county. As" a lawyer Mr, McKinley was al- ways thorough and careful in tho prepa- ration of cast's. had thc confidence oj everybody and soon became particularly prominent; as au advt cato. He himself by tliOrough courses of reading for his public career. He is much as Garficld was in this respect and pos- sesses elements of strength by reason of his thorough study of political subjects, rerdy to go good or evil. Upon He seems to have had in view from tho McKiiilcjy devolved tho task of smooth- begiimhig the dev49 years she carries. Her ill health dates for one of the Augniagsahks to fifth'congress, in which (McEinloy first from As a student sire with WIjthe story of btr kinsmen m detail. Bat. as follows: "William McKinley, difficulty undertook the-fttudics of tin years ago some Icelandic Jr., ?ntercel frcm tho Canton distrfct course, by reason of this condition, but wwlora were wrecked at Auguiagsalik, He onjiflted in an Ohio regiment when with constantcitro and frcq.ucut mcdicaljp and-were given kindly reception. PozzllDc Clncngo Relationship. It was their fir'-t meeting in several years, and they had a great deal to say to each other. "I have her n so that I haven't had time to i-tudy it said the ouo in "ba; I think we are related in eouie'way, arc we I think replied the one in dark brown. "Where did you get that" I had an impression that the Bocoud wiffi of your husband was tho wife of my present husband, and that would uiako a sort of connect- ing link, you know." -x you are right, but we tfsuld hardly call that a relationship We can come cKu-pr than tflat through your sec- ond husband, who was a cousin, two or throe tlfgroes removed, of iny present hn'-ound, but, even that does not make any relationship. I think that you-have become on the subject of ah- muuy, coubtitutes tho mofet di- rect connection." "I never cjnld get those complica- tions through saidthaouo m bine. j exclaimed the one in dark brown, "the alimony that you pet from your fir--t hatband is eiuiaph to tlio alimony that year pri'-eiit husband's fin-t ife gofs from him, Y.-.. I let him haviijit for that pur- pox? i_ "Then hi i fir-c continued the mathematician iu dark brown, "was mv first husband's becoud wife, and a.i ho is paying mo the satuo amount of ahmuuv, the money is simply transferred to That tiie connection comes iu." and I'erfttmw. "In the matter uf said a florist, loanied tlie importance of hat ftpeuis a trivial thing by cater- ing to the of brides. When a wo- man bo imirrjed she is fctrung up io a hvh jjiffli of ncrvfecs excito- an eitra of perfnnie M'meriiuos her to faint. 'Don't put in any fluwcr with an ii frequently I get for a bridal bouquet. This is. thocauf-e of the great demand for orchids, expcnwvo as thoy are, fur brides.' fluwers. EVPU the subtle, hardly uoticeabli' perfume of the lihe-j of the valley, which are charming for a shouer bouquet, id objected to by home. In Paris orchid-, and ofchids alone, aro used for a bride's bouquet, but sncb a boquot as they mako there, duplicated here, over Wo general- ly mauago to put in a spray of ot- ango blossoms in every bride's bouquet. Khite for congress nnd was "He has endeared himself to all hy acts whilo governor may bo of interest the Igirl who ?was then 1 A littlo gjiluf Alttz, 14 years old, haa elected. When Hayes was president, m m rV.n" ;.s, "is- 1 4 3 SPA PERI ;