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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge j Emerson Ian vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday August 2, 1888. No. 13. Physicians. C. D., Oom. Nil. In the Tipmer a Trot. All Der bum. V. M. Physician and formerly Mon Hail Al Alu Noldi Rii Yil Mil Oil Wrt Licul Gollmo. I. C. La Hal Buou it Virun. Ohio. A wa1.l.m.d., physician and sur a Celal m it mar us my of Laa met o. L. Wal a drug i attorney at Law. Wort of i ont multary m u a. Uick Hon. Attorney Law and utom i u to at Law Taylor to her. T aim k. Law Hunck. Attorney at Law. Met Umili Public head. At Law. Hoornik to. I u Burull Over Vul Lral nut Loum hunk. Moury lung attorney at Law am Nowy Suwim it Mulloy to us of mall dbl k. Houck we. S. M. Kirk. Ohio. To Aimua with Tun Toioi w Jun w. Wavion a livery and Sale Good Bomm and b0miim at ii. I. Mining Woodty Wurm for o Oil to. Hou ool r. Lift Surveyor and Engineer t Ike on i will a to ii mall Nalii him to new Spring and summer 600ds we have the Moat extensive assortment of Spring Wool dress goods and suiting known by us. New Ever t v. Cake Kun weal a Chato will Mill est Imam fun prop and in title. Mvi it Hud Roll Wal special Melvn Tilora Offord Lolo Luy rum. U t Locum on Hehl h Bow Corner wlm Lynn at Iai mbth., Ohio a i m o. Johnston. And All Lldon of Muc Huvry i ind a moly promptly Klmle in moa1h Pino tip and of meter in Tom him. Nab and Proem Wonlu do Well i Prim. Of chant Makhsh and hair Cuil colouring la Down wolof Pueliu i ii Are up r. Hunt by dentist. Thu without by or Umi la i Block. M ooh. General insurance a a banker of the beat Era in Jam Paulw la of Onorr. Tan Raif Ard town Kimb and Are Lor in Laal or we mows Makaaf Murrar it of and uambh11m4k. Ohio. Ase Bat brat Clara material vew Amul oar wort la be be adj m Call Ness Fae ear Albi a Albi elsewhere. V do ammo of Kkt mom a ram Public and Surveyor Moln on h. My Cash Bizuk. Ohio. All for or anti i a Rill prompt a4ub if 13ooxsl Bill Anoka to order. And meal of. For Wal Lee want to to printing of All Kyndi fact him Anil map Flor Bah a dram k k. Ear at. In Ohio c Atar re i Buhl or Wil by in it t. Wit run. April Ayr Boutell s Tea few fit icim tint Tett it Merit Kritta. Mum and str eight cd for Tea Mitt pm h Motet astr re taker John Boyd of. Tyr. Ladies l in Smyt beg. Turn far in milk in Ottoo or r mint 40 41. U a inuit. Tull teachers examinations. Nothing like pm Hornbrook s easy shoes for ladies. Hornbrook s Oxford ties for ladies. Hornbrook s toe slippers for ladies. Hornbrook s French kid hand turned shoes for ladies Hornbrook s easy shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s Southern ties for gentlemen Hornbrook s bargains for All. A Cyclone s. Craig son s the finest assortment of american and French goods ver exhibited in the scotch and american dress Ging Lams seersucker Cable cords Dolored plaid India linens and White goods in great variety. New Wall paper at half last gear s Price. Black Wooda department. All Wool Henrietta cloths 46 inches wide at 85 cents Worth i. Silk wrap Henrietta cloth and .35. All woo armure s checks Cashmere at prices that will pay you to buy Here Don t buy a cent s Worth of goods until you see our Stock. If you can t Call Send for Sam Ples. 8. Craig it son. We propose to make it pay every body to Call and buy dry goods carpets Wall paper from us during the next 30 Days As we have inaugurated a great mid summer Sale and will sell you goods of All kinds at a lower Price than you Ever dreamed of. Look and read we Only quote a thing else will be in proportion Fine Drew goods that have been Selling at from 50c. To Csc. Now 33 i -30. Per Yard. 70 cent All Wool carpets now 500. All Wool filling carpets that Are cheap at 5oc. Now 390. Twenty Yards 6 to a cent Muslin or Best Standard prints 50, Worth 8c. Fast color Turkey red table Linen Worth 400. Now 250. Hosiery gloves corsets under Wear in fact every thing in our store at lower rices than the same class of goods were Ever sold before in his part of the state. This Sale is Bona fide ii n Jot hit in mall Lei some and see us during the Sale and you will never have cause to regret it. We will save you Money. Dealer in Oil and Gas Well supplies steam and water pipes steam and water gauges. Pumps Gas fixtures and brass goods special attention Given to fitting of Mill fac Torim and for natural Gas. All orders for work will receive prompt attention. Feur doors of court Houm. Wheeling Avenue. Cambridge Ohio. Rev. Or. Blk lev in contributes in article under the Lilb of dreams Nightmare nil Soin Natii i oni which Piole Nic lol lowing. In ils Simples form is seen when pet suns i ill in tin ii Lei p. They Are plan inv Ami ill Immon yet tiie connection. Noliti u Hrynkin Between the Ali Vii Al of Yiris nil tin linkages passing tin b rets ined 01 Tesi med in vim in Pirl it is Vorva Toi in Hildien More or less Iti i lieu persons who do not Iii nah m my. Liable to air Iltchi if h i a eaten or ,11. I. I i Tite a balance til aug. Of slight Anim Iii Riu Many who do nut 1 in Ever exhibited i in i Bill sin Groin. I i Mil the hand 01 t ill m b connection with p the mind. Kim Imbesi Iii Unmil mini Festari Ruih of no Imp i us r nmn Ilni Lis ill reaches Viiu Hlili Iii Len it Mil Al Inconis i v Sibio i in his. In this i Unitan have recently pc Poti Iti in in Lii Chi u killed 4lnii own in Hildien live Ciurica Fin nil in i Mil us inns is wound up Cloi is jointed i Mill in. Luuis a Curpen incr vol Lon Mih i Nus in tit night went into ins nil to Lilc 11 in lint the Nusic ii Tiomi a Nike him. The feats of i i tilling in the i Oon of houses Ilu i in i oils places inn in Iii Oshei things which while awake old n in i Nch is i in mid in Many s in ule of close u believed by main if not awakened they would in Pun Ess of time return to ten in in in Una hit there would not be in it serious Accident Tun in Plum this has been Inni Iliili m have fallen nut of him lots Mil i. Though min b in Skud ten Brink Oft to sleeping la hive been Buntlin Naif lists. A Ink in and anxious about i Pim to Ulm i she wus to compete Neil Iii tin writing of a Nisi i Umont bid in sleep and i of .1 p a i Nunn i Jet upon h sin nil i when i Wake Ami Sun her thu tin sum prison ii i in life while p a noxious r inn no Donu limits put m i i in to it. She w is Eti Liri a in in in a the in Hie Intelli Wink ii is soil Timis been Ilone m Roditi n v Tim n Teu Deil by Tomti Nalii Ilcisin 1 Kog Tiou of the Enlil i Kli in i Ige while Uslip Mil no tin by Tai Tim be p n i Illi ii in in u to ill win i sink ers often i Reini Mil in i a i Mil there is u claim in in Man Ului in the Western p no it who Many p n. In Neil Ihn i bed i Gnu i my s i a n i inn a certain topic Ami Ili in n in to Lii id n Lical Discoid is Nic ill Quint mind n with great Ell 111 lint m b Lions Are not Iii Iii ii jul Vanl at Tiomi at thu Lime. Of ,11 Man in. I wkb8tru versus i. Tav Fjor. Vonola Tuy or in Ihbe to trill speech Dusoleil at vim ill minute a to the Roii Anler Iii on Olllie of Trade he .111 Iii Heil of Mali in the anti ii Ileal incl Olhol Ole idea tint the better i Ishiki Iii in ule by oui citizens Tail ing in i i Murries wars it in Fot oni Ifon Nof oni Titi x mis phoned id us n Fullup with Wilh of Imp in Monlai tires mid sail Nway t i Loi Cinn Conn i Lew on a i railing i tion nil of is would i Joice Ahon 1 the Inove. We we Vilii re a Ipiniu fell us Whinna wild by a Senna of him Miona foreigners Thev her Noil ilium Imi jut Himl it Emmlu your Leeth Arf an n Inhui him. Until wily Ilou Lyon Init i. I my Ihm a Maui How Lilli sit v Mil Topoll Hli them with love Timons its k is regards in Teeth. Keen them pure nil i Imi w i l i i in beloved and m uni Miled at a me urn it polm Hing and Purche Vine them. Dis ii in in i i Lent and a sell. U.1.1. F ii cil ill Lulli Jake is 101 years old. Lie has seen lots of horse blankets but never saw any which Wear like horse five mile. N of Boss stable. Trong Eit Horio Blyn feet Asili. Electric. Extra test. Wodlt Hlll new Viry Strong. 30 other styles at Prie Eft to of t ovary body. See your dealer before weather and if he has t Iloise blankets Don t get stuck with poor imitations but ask him to order some for you. None genuine without this Trade Mark sewed inside. 1888, by we am. H. Sun c. C. Parsons Deodorizes and cleans rinks Clouds Nten Eilt and dollies in tit in rpm by lick room and household. Means p unt and Marble a Lara Gilver and Luini without Dreth Hooili furniture Cov Urinich carpet eur. Bra Getena color a removes nil grease and Taina. Household softens the hardest water Washer Anil bleaches without injuring the Lineal of Lottei Ora drinking Wooler or Lilai Keln cleans without injuring the Tinnent laces and crapes. Nivea hath and in the toilet removes All odor and keeps the Ekin Salt and Mouth a a babe s Kelli be Bagi and other and Ondrei bites ammonia he member the name. 01 far ammonia and All an on Public rotting to dbl malnic the Rod and Roach. Don t be fooled into using them m i vein 01 two should d Uible his Maui til inn to Bolil anime in York inn Bor web a Willi we w uld Elmili it we a Ami we would wish All american i la Leih Puiul i in Ooloik-1 Taylor no to Are in 01 that him tour oin Jomini we s1 Imil Wiir Malvim Sacki Lola. My Inonu Why be Curise Ihu Bali Ince of is against us. Ohio i citizen took away Olio in ii of Nordb b it he Len red Willii i he exnor lec Hoo kid Ami imported 000 the Salum inst an i uni unit l Taylor Lorth i in Etc woe and arid sex Liy i m a Iii Oldie is a danger a Linn in in Lulu in it Anil More to he Ilie Iuli d Blun the of a Bui i in in Zeim the one now idol we i Ipuche if our Tail i met with Nihl Ortuse and us incl lost bait of Hia of Ivain us i .ijjil.il, colonel ii Flor would have Ijo Ineil. And if by wreck the Riuo in i been t Dally lost we May due Jonm 1 Loi would have been by Oil Iii siiri. Kirilis on t v 1011-, won in b in in -Moo.Lhiu, Ami Oil Inch Iii the Balasco of Liujie be i Lively in out Lavor. In in i ool Unel Tav Loi h a minion Midi of in n Ili an at a win ii esp i in Jimis by to hindi bin Leivis of Pohlit in see h.im1 Neaile a a tical Lipini. It in i i ii Lublin i my Ami Qinnn Iwuh. He sick it Meta inti Hie Pioppi my of it Loeur him in Llu in in in it i Jiuu 10 n Diluco dui Aloi k in n the i Mic 1 nil Iii n i in Lim Limtt m i Neil a Luigi v at Catt i u jul a Iii. J la i would Bonu it Ermean and produced a return of in specie and 000 in italian merchandise these turns together Nike. Imported which la 000 More than exported and is therefore proot of an unfavourable once of Trade. To that amount in this adventure we Saliou d find no great. Sir in paying Oil our balances if ibis were the Niue of them All. The truth is or. All these obsolete and to in boiled notions had their origin in very i taken ideas of the tone nature of Commerce Commerce is not a rambling Annii nations for stake to won by s m and lost by others. It has not tin Tenden a necessarily to impoverish one of the parties to t while it enriches the other All parties Ain All parties make profits All parties grow Lii a he the operations of Jint and Liberal commeit-5. I the or old bad but one Chine Anil but one a in if All men had the Saim wants an i thu same Means on the spot of their tet ice to gratify those wants then indeed what Onn obtained from the other by Exchange would injure one party in the same de Gree Ilert it benefited the other deed there would he for the Belim e of Trade some foundation he Providence Anil Iii to upon c of Trade shone be i n Mill be in Liis Bill 11i.ii Mph with a on a 1 i of r vol fuel Tavoi " h i of by mib lieu ii a won Elul i Kiln sin. U pm Toni that lie is in ecu. Assai ill Al mind huh i e of my in Mijoi to Aluisy in i ars we will Lefoi him to a us n so slim in Bis Day tue Oon Lidei incl in i Ountria Iti ii and who is even nou As the most profound Mai i in i country Baa produced. We risk in Lor in rend he Fol i Ait 11 i a sin Cili delivered m coi Nuss by Daniel Wal Wei. And if it Iana to Ite ins terror he to the evil of Ibe Oul Aizic of we will Hui up a in Nln tied Ami i dirigible. Daniel we atm in Iii colonel Taylor e of a bal in e of liable As Noih Nae Mil Pioves Lua Asu Iti ii As in Liloiva. I believe t w Len Wei t e Ron overlay be Iwu ii the o i in n and tie tallow a Hamlin in the Krilan of 1 made Kab nine a mid i must inn Ess is it i i Pike non spoke to in m n it Lici by and Inin joint la i or Iii i i Midi the hard iia Mim Ubich inv Eon Tupi Cuil to me and i Lul it simply Fin Tho put pose of laying the i Oil i is it Back to a t Nih cd thinly i Wien 1 called the ill m i of on tins subject Nous Enue 1 he Mimi p i i Luidl i should Oll mid one Nnoli Jyh the dead should happen Lohi Himi. A inn tie Hen Hir White a tacit by an a Favora Blu by Lunce of 11 ule and what the. Tirjan nent is from Louice. Liy an Ingavo Sabli Balam e of Traile i Undi by Iii m meant that Benle of things m win in i culs Eyno Itali in. I o Pill in to on own Case if tie value j nods Yinpo Teil the value of i i in i a omitted lion the balance of tide is s my to be he in Ibi nut ii us we him inn m in Rel to the amount of this Hll Lenie in Crelore. It la san thai it i nation continue Long in a. Coi Merue Ike this it must be Leml Ernd tuban lately Jiin Kinnet. It m in the condition of n Nan who Bivs More than he Helle and Cim Tii Icli a Trallis be Mainii sued without ruin no i Mil i whole fallacy of Chisar ainu m to Iii is in ship Misiax that Ahei Revei the value of a sports exceeds of tin expo ill a debt m Nei a Sicily to the Iha difference Ordin Aidy the import is no Norell Nin the Resu t of thenus Nei led m Vaun Llie labor of Tram i Firlit Lintn. To 1 i s of imports in Tiuch non ill allows the i Riih ii Al Trio losses of Trade or in n that not Only Buya Anil Nells Jodom but a lips m Cir Iyog of Diilio it Hob Ivy profits of com in ice and the Eai lungs of navigation soiling la More i Saiu than the n Uili ii hi1 ill in Init stud to Ishik a Ici .03 of years her the value of our Porth m Lihcit Kim of on exports and our Frei its. It the value of com Nodi lies. Import my m Kiven Case did lot Bocci in tin v line of let outward Cai 40, with Vav bib Iboy were Porctia had Hun it would be Clear to every Man s con nonsense Llie voyage had not Lii in Prol Itab e. If much fell f n boil in Veitii of the Cost of the outward then Ihu voyage to Natl a vein Lii mint one and 5et it would pie Nimit exp Fly Lilii St soft of things which Aico ii Uii to the. Notions of a bal Ance of Nade can alone indicate a pros Peri in Eomme ii you the other band ii the return cargo were found to be Woitt much Moie than the outward car while the merchant having paid Lor the to fools i and All the expenses of the voyage Lyndan nand one sum vet in Iii Lii Only which he Calls prof s the Buh Maceol Trade in Mill against him and whatever he i Ian think of it he in in u very had who. Although one individual 01 All individuals gain the nation loses while nil its Eluena Rich the country grown poor this a the doctrine of the balance of Trade. Allow me sir to give an instance of and Injo to show How Sun countably in Ilivia Lualer deceive themselves and in Home them solve to be somewhat rapidly mending their condition while they oni Iii to be Peru add that by that in full Lyle plunk Liiri the balance of they bin of Tom wad i ruin Froine times than the Prog in 1 ent., a Blip left one of the towns of new Engin nil with seventy thousand specie dollars. She to mocha on the ked sea Anil there Laid out these do Lars in Coffee drugs solves Etc with this new cargo Aba proceed re to Europe two thirds of it were Soltel in the ship bus disposed our lot Mui h More kindly. We Mil bit n various ear h. We have tee in Eil Watts and reciprocal Means for Gra tying one another s wants this in the True Engin of Commerce which in Tio Lomg Moie than an of equivalents and Tom the and i barter of primitive state to the n lined and com plex state m which we see it Ila Princi ple is uniformly the same its Only object Beins in every to produce that Exira Ige of commodities Between and Between nations which shall Condu e to the advantage and to the happiness of both. Commerce be Viveen nations has the same essential i character As Commerce Between individuals or Between pans of the same nation. Cannot two individuals make an interchange of commodities which shall Moroye beneficial to both or in which the balance of Trade shall be in favor of both if not the tailor and the Shoemaker the Farmer and the Smith hive hitherto very much misunderstood their own interest. Ami with regard to the internal Trade of country in when a the same re e would apply As Between nations do we Ever Peak of such an Intercourse being per Joti Livial to one Side because it is useful to the other do we Ever hear thar be cause the Intercourse Between new York i d Albany is advantageous to one of those places it must therefore be ruin Ous to the other or. Wobbler continued Hia remarks upon ibis subject at consid Erab j length Fie also noticed that phase of he Aub Lect. The contemplation of which so excited colonel Taylor. We refer to the exportation of Gold. We have no room this week to give or. Webster s thorough disc wion o that Tope but in e w ill say thai he jitters radically from us. Taylor and asserts tint there Are no shallower reasoners than those Polit ical Anil commercial writers who com Ptim of the exportation of specie it n generally acknowledged Brit i Miel Webster was competent to puss upon tin depth or shallow Ness of a Reasoner. Tho soundness of Daniel Webster s sentiments concerning this obsolete the Oil Ollie balance of Trade is substantiated by the present condition of great Britain. The statistics Given in or Spofford s almanac show thit Lor the past sixteen years the imports of great Riita have exceeded Here sports by or annually. The whole circulating medium of great Britain is Only about and therefore according to ool. Taylor s idea of a bal Ance of Trade great Britain should have been drained of All her Money Long ago and the nation sunk into the Depths of nun. As this has not of pm red there must be something wrong with ool. Tuy Loi a theory. In dead of mowing poorer great Britain by her com Nice in growing fabulously weal thy and this a year represent Hie i Otic of her Commerce and not the lot is As Jot. Taylor seems to believe. We Hope col. Taylor after studying the above speech of Daniel not attempt to Brush the great Daniel aside with hat Stile old remark about file but that he will rec Gnue the appropriateness of our suggestion for the Radical revision of that portion of his Tai ill argument which re lates to balance of indeed we believe that if col. Taylor will Conde Senna to give this Tariff question a Little study he will extricate himself from the Mivy windings of a Eliab Protection and Plant his feet firmly upon the straight and ruled Road to Revenue Reform. This remedy is becoming so Well known Anil so popular As to need no special Manton. All who have used electric hitters sine the song of Praise. A juror Medicine Loeu not exist and it a guaranteed to do All that is Imnel. Electric bitters will cure All a Abb of the. Liver and kidneys will remove i Rii plos boils Salt Rheum and Ati a Lions maed by impure blood. Drive malaria from the system ind prevent a Well a cure All malarial fevers. For cure of headache constipation and indigestion try bit ters satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded 50c and per bottle at c. L Wall cos. Drug store. Now is the time of the year when the Mph suffering Small boy gets shingled by the Barber and by his Mother too. A Worms m your children you d Rill Uno i ii lit Peerless spec Flo of Hills it la Pleus Autta Lake so make no mistake. Buy mat flue worm spec Leo of Hill s. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or Money refunded. Polar excuse me Bir but that is the umbrella i lost. Me. This is the umbrella i found one of ma.1vt, Vic Tor n y. Keb., 1st, 1887. Or o. F. Woodrow dear sir Send me Ujj Gross Kemp s Balsam 50c size and a few samples. I certainly know that Kemp s Balsam lathe beat Belling Ong cure. I have fifteen other cough and lung remedies on Ray shelves and Kemp s Balaam 10 to 1 Best of Repic fully yours f. ooh. Bold by Peter Ogier s so a to cents and 00. Sample Battle free strange in t it that the first base Ball play Era Are the men who Are always getting off their base. Wondehfu1, the fact that the Sale of or. Pierce s pleasant purgative pellets exceeds that of any other Pill in the Market be it great or Small is on fic count of the fact that they Are tiny Little sugar coated granules and that in Moat cases one Little Pellet is sufficient for a dose that they Are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless and for constipation bilious Ness sick headache and All diseases arising from derangement of the liver Etc Mach or bowels they Are absolutely a specific. A gentle laxative or Active cathartic according to Ajjie of dose. Belva lock Wood who is running for the residency has declared be intends to Atrip for the we can not shut on Eye to the dome to think about it however we have concluded to not our Eye. The glories of mount Shasta. Knew Antonk Glewn to be seen from 111 Summit. Now that we were within a few Miles of Shasta it did not look so wholly White. Its snows were slowed by Many a Rocky Ridge not perceptible at a greater distance. It did not Bowel it lose its supernatural appearance thereby but rather trained no effect More startling by the Sharp contrast of lava Rock Ana sweeps of Snow. Shusta was named by russian the proper derivation of the word being Cheste meaning Chaste pure it is the culminating peat of the coast and Sierra ranges and has an Altitude of feet. Its glaciers extend for More than two Miles Down its slopes. We sat for an hour on the hotel porch trying to ourselves with this strange Mountain hut its linear Ali by aspect did not change for is. It is terrible to be up i said Hal with almost a shudder. One in no danger of forgetting the experience. As i was following that lava Ridge this Side of the Devil s thumb i saw far off on the Snow a Black object about the size of my linger and staggering Abonit falling signally and then resuming Ili Fantas tic gyrations. I observed it carefully and discovered the object was and then in flashed through me Liat it was a Man climbing a Glacier. When our party reached the Cleft Peak that forms the Summit we were met by a perfect Avalanche of Clouds that tossed and tumbled about giving u ghostly i distinctness to Evcic thing. We appeared to be in a Woi old of unreal ties peopled by shadowy i cat urls that lengthened and contracted and Flung about their vast White wings above the sickening Tumes that steamed up from the hissing spurting hot Springs at our feet. A momentary parting of the Clouds showed the sky Blue As in Digo closing Down in a Vul nearness. Through a revolving Glare the blood Rod aim swung in the frightful purple of the heavens fronting these unaccustomed elements a solemn dignity possessed the soul Aud gave a conscious feeling of infinitude. The loss of All familiar landmarks Lent an indescribable terror to the scene. This dead vol Cano s Throat is choked with Snow. Of its icy Iii one of the ladies slipped and Tell headlong Over the fearful chasm. The guide caught her by one f her feel. Her escape from a Horri ble death was Almos miraculous we were nearly with the cold and yet our Mouths were pan bed and hot Asiu atle aerl. Our heals Tito bed painfully Aud we Drew our breath in gasps. Before we commenced the descent Elierce blast Tore the mists asunder revealing the grandest picture we shall Ever behold on Earth. I yom this Majestic Temple we could see hundreds of Miles of kaleidoscopic Laturi ape univ ers valleys. Aud spins of i Orke ridges cutting thru High farms far Arvaj Green mean loves Star red with lakes and Billowy ranges miming toward the sea while title Miles of dense Pine forests spanned the Moc loud and Pill to touch thu snowy Heads of Llie sierras. And Oie Gou s Rich Prairies linked to ours by a Chain of Silver surfaced lakes to the South beyond the highly Lassen Buttes we catch a glimpse of dusk Plains with Isles of clustering peaks three times have seen this and vet i Leel an irresistible desire to go again. In spite of the labor and exhaustion attending the ascent Llie vision hot the lop is Worth the Effort. Descended the Mountain gazing silently toward mount Shasta until the intervening tits shut Oil Muiir View. The train was two bom late that night and As i turned from bidding Hal Good by we a Radiant Mantle fall on Shasun s head from the depart ing Sim. And the glory of the lord was like devouring tire of the top of the he quoted solemn la. Aud with in its reflected Light we parted Imudia. Kames in the Oiver Laius. Hay fever sufferers ought to know of its Effi Acy. Ely s Cream Balm was recommended to me a a preventive to Hay fever. Have been using it since the 9th of a gnat and have found it a specific for hat much dreaded disease far ten years i have been a great suf Ferer from August 9lh till front and have tried Many alleged remedies but Kly s Cream Balm is the Only preventive i have Ever found f. B Ainsworth publisher Indianapolis. Ind. Safeguards against Polton. In his recent address before the graduating class of the National College of pharmacy or. Al. Schaffer gave the following advice about thu use of medicines medicines like guns Are very Good when they go off at the right Lime Aud hit the proper Mark but very bad when they Are misdirected. The danger Apt to arise from edged tools m tie hands of children is pro Verbial but if a child is seen playing with a to snatch the instrument from its hands is the natural impulse of whoever sees it with the dangerous Plav thing. So let me in imitation of or. Punch s lecture to those contemplating Matri give von a few Domestic Don to that be of elect to pre vent harm some Dav. Don t get up in the night and yourself or give another a dose of Medicine without first turning up the Light to see the bottle or powder plainly. Dou t pour out the contents of a bottle of Medicine and refill with another fluid without at once erasing the old Label Aud writing the new one. Dou t give a new Medicine without smelling and tasting. A Good plan is for the attendant to take a full dose before giving a Verv Young child a dose of a new Medicine i. E., the first out of a bottle of a new Prescript waiting the Bogota. Archt is cow 0 of the told Len feel jilted e we lie with Btu hed breath Ullum to blown. At the of that Bugle each Enante Spring like an Arrow Relec aed from of non it the the Lou nude. The of Rovik tall come Back to banish the chill of the Dir troute. Ana sorrows and loses and Beu that Lite i tug to got Pneula tto new uly. Though the but ouzo of an mar it toe the our veins. And no flyer of steel in our sinew Rem atm Ibong the comrades of muck Are not Here. And the sunlight seems Mcleaod a Are take though the sound of our diet Down to a moan we Al Natl flied our lost Routh when us la blown Wentworth Higginson in tion or an old one a mis take which would Only make an adult sick might prove fatal to an infant. Don t repeat a dose oftener than written directions indicate and if ver bal write them Down for reference. Don t mind a Little delay in order to consult the druggist or doctor if the slightest exists As to the dose or Mode of administration. Every doctor and druggist can relate Amus ing instances n within his personal experience of mistakes about taking medi Otten harmless but too frequently serious in their consequences. A Safe Rule which i have Long prac tired is to read the Label every time give you take a dose of Medicine or one to any one else even if you have just set the bottle Down. This May seem a Tuvil and even a childish pre caution but a habit of this kind once absolute Protection formed is an against a stiffer. Their Are persons now living n to would give wot ids if they had acted on this Rule but not doing so there came one Little moment and in was forever too late. The sportsman who cultivates from the stall the Cubit of never Poi Lin a a Gnu toward himself and one does hoi desire to shoot. Even if he has just Dise liaised the piece or sounded it with a rum my ind know Vul it to be us Louleila is a Saft. I in to go Hunting with. All Olheis Are Apt to prove like the Puk Niskian Shult toll his gun in such i m inner that the Eliie charge passed Nei a Small Bov s head in the sex u t spot h Hie the tall gamekeeper s brains have been had that function it occupied tie position he was in but a moment before in like manner a few simple precautions such As have been referred to would if ailed upon greatly Kimmish if not eur Titell do with the so called accidents i nosed by mistakes in the of drugs duct is and druggists being human Aie of course Falli ble and May make mistakes them selves but All the mistakes of All the doctors and Ding Isu in thu country in a Pound of ten Vears bomb Ines would not do the damage 1 believe that is i Ai ised by the Domestic mistakes of a single month. At the Gale. May i have the pleasure of your Compau at a Frog supper he asked tenderly As lie lingered at the Gate "1 believe the frogs Are Ripe Aud i am sure they save cd who dearest3 he inquired with an approximate kiss. Because frogs Are Alv vans she responded in a Lack Lustre voice that h id a some other d it it old put. In the year i was taken by my father to Aoe a it evolutionary pens Ionov by the name of Samuel Iveno Elliou living in the town of Berua Islon mass., at an extreme age. Or. Greene related that lie was in the army under was engaged in the Battle of Brookl n Heights. He represented Putnam As a Man who was accustomed to his Smooch with language drawn from Tho Annore of theological warfare. Among a great Many forms of abjuration a favorite Oue was god take it at Tho Battle of Brooklyn the americans had atone Pait of their line erected a rude breastworks of logs Aud had stopped the spaces Between the logs with Large pieces of Liu of. During Iho Light a can non Ball from the enemy knocked out one of these pieces of turf which in its flight hit Putnam and knocked him Down. Putnam quickly sprang to his feet and exclaimed god take it All. They mean to kill Folk Dou t Hartford a few pointers the recent statistics of the number of deaths show that the Large majority die of consumption thu disease May commence with an apparently harmless cough which can be cured instantly by Kemp s Balsam for the Throat and lungs which is guaranteed to cure and relieve All oases. Price 50c and trial sue free. Ogier Szonn. For Sale by Peter and he departed. He said softly As they gazed at the Moon above them in t the evening Beautiful do you know strange fancies throng my mind on a night like this. Every Zeph r seems to Bear gentle voices perhaps from the spirit world. You Heay silence for a moment. I think i do do they sound like to they Are very indistinct but they make me think that papa and brother Henry Are calling the journal. The Matron of the Home of the Friend less at Jersey City. N. J writes every thing Good for babies deserves attention. Group is their worst enemy. I am Happy to state we Haye used Hill s Peerless cough syrup with beat of results Here among our Little ones. I can cheerfully recommend it to All mothers for croup. Mrs. G. Boulter. We sell above syrup. No cure no Day. Peter of tiers Sens the British museum has recently acquired an egyptian papyrus of the Book of the exceeding almost any hitherto known alike in Beauty of color and freshness of preservation and in the fullness of the illustrations. This was discovered last in enter in a Tomb at Thebes. A Boox Qutb Obi Gishal abibt1nb Point a set to Only Pat up in Law two Monee tin Wei is an for rid Wolandi Ebu Ped brate a terrible experience. All Uto mul Naples there Are wonder Ful ruin curiosities and of i them All says the Anthon of Ustler in the London Ken fee. I ill Over the Temple of Simpia in Tho same place and Thor in we Iii Llie famous sea lights of Nau Mohia held by the romans. The in liter of the Amphitheater was tilled with water and then hundreds of slaves and prison Era rowed in Aud hacked each other to pieces. It was n bile sex plonk the dungeons underground in which the prisoners were kept that a tei Uble adventure befell us. Our guide was a local gentleman of about 90-the real genuine oldest inhabitant in the flesh. He carried a Tow Torch to Light us through the Damp noisome winding passages that led to the cells below the Earth Anil just As to got into the darkest Dungeon the old Man fell Down in a Tita Iid his Torch went out. The situation was awful. We had not the slightest where we were and we had to any matches with us. We shouted loudly but Only the mock ing Echo of our voices answered us. Just As the old Man fell he had told us that we were in dungeons from which no sound could escape. We groped in the dark Aud tried to find a passage but Only with the result that i found 1113 self in one dark Dungeon and my companion got into a other and we Cotile neither of us find our Way Back 10 the old gentleman. We gave our selves up for lost. We had not even the Hope which the ancient prisoners had of being dragged out into the Arena to nuke a fight for it. We should perish by inches in the secret Dungeon of the great roman amphitheatre of Pozzuoli. Just As we abandoned Hope and were trying to scratch a lost message to the world on the Wall with the Point of my Scarf pin a Distant murmur reached my ears. It Drew nearer and nearer. We it came. We heard English words spoken by English lips. A guide was bringing another party to the secret Dungeon. They entered and found us ant Between us we car ried to epileptic old gentleman up stairs into the Light of Day and got. Cold water and brought him around. But i registered a vow never again to visit dungeons with an elderly gentleman subject to fits and a Tow Torch of limited Powers of endurance. The staff of which Are made. In a Small town not far from Boston a Public school teacher tells of a Small boy that for some time attracted her attention by hanging around the doors of the Semi private Reading rooms of the place to the privilege of which the fee of a few dollars yearly had to be paid. She finally questioned the boy Aud knowing he was needy and be Lieving he was sincere in enter she paid for his Rig at of admission. Going soon after 19. Question the librarian she Learned that the first work he asked Tot was the Constitution of the United states. This was followed by the history of the same country. Every evening since that boy has kept on in a Way to justify his thirst for solid Reading As soon As his Day s work is Over and the school teacher looks to his tilling a career yet. He is a boy of poor Irish Boston col wonder Why boys Are called the ring generation judge Yon think the term Western when Thomas Hardy s Noyce from the madding was published. Batlis Heba was recognized u heroine of new Aud fascinating i Jualita. Batlis Heba was Beautiful managed her own estate went to Market danced her samples of Grain up Aud Down in her of n while hand and of course won the hearts of All the Squires with whom she bought and sold. According to the Western Bathsheba Are As common As Silver mines in the territories. From timid. Half scared girls they become Queens landlords great Farmers. Mighty Hunters enter politics in fact do whatsoever their fancy ple Iselli them Aud without losing and of womanly attributes which Nike them attractive to the men of that country. These general assertions come backed up by special instances. Of such w a Western girl who took up a Homestead claim in Montana and extended it a time to the limited 640 acres and went to sheep raising. This prospered to such an extent that she sent East for to brother to be her overseer. Other matters were progressing. On the next ranch was a Young Bachelor also a sheep Raiser. It seemed Euler to use one Brand than two so they joined flocks Aud hands and the sheep now run in Happy Harmony Over a farm of 1.2so acres. Then there is miss Catharine Wil Kitis of Idaho h Hose father gave her it Colt when she has a baby. Kitty it now of age and the Start that Colt gave her in life has made her the owner of nearly one thousand head of blooded nurses besides a Large Herd of cattle. Miss Kitty now employs thirty live herders Aud cowboys besides keep ing a general oversight of her wealth herself. Another woman. Sirs. Ira Mclane. Bid fur a number of Montana mail con tract and gut them. These run through a populous but rough country but there seems no doubt but that plucky jars. Mclane u going to succeed. A Chicago Saleswoman is another of the so sitaua heroines. Going to Boie Man As a school teat her she eventually announced herself a a candidate for county superintendent and we elected. In fact neither sex race nor Previ Ous condition is any bar to a woman a the West. The Gaffield Lodia one of the. Promising mining proper ties at is of med by a n Millie Kin Gold. Who has a imputation in the mining districts As a Wise pros Pector. Millie is one of the pioneers. She washes keeps hotel Aud handles pick and Spade like a Man. Her successful location and Purchase of min ing properties it is believed will yet make her a mining Queen. Life in the West brings out All Sterling qualities of a woman. A to Mau belonging to one of the Best known families in town Gay and pretty a Belle in her Circle went with her husband As Post trader to a far Western fort. Leaving the fort they became ranchers. They had a Large family of children and generally no servant. She cooked Seyed taught her children Aud entertained hospitably. A blizzard descending at the lambing season she Rode twelve mile at night with a cow boy in a buckboard to the herding ground earn ing blankets and Aud worked Ith the herders to the flock. The United efforts were in j Avail log. Thousands of dollars Worth of Catlie were destroyed that night. The family returned to the City and this Piave lady is again a woman of fashion and easy hospitality. Ferreting with most people Are familiar with the common Bard Shell crab says the 1 ouch s companion but i of them arc aware of the Noble use to which some French people put them. Along the coast of France where the land line is formed by Long stretches of sandbanks lying Between the High Cliff Uplands there use to be found innumerable rabbits who made their Bur rows in the dry Sand above High water Mark. They ran one Hole into another Ett that the labyrinth of underground Pas sages frequently extended for several Hundred feet rendering it next to impossible to dislodge the inmates in the usual manner by slipping in a ferret into one of the holes. For if this were done the ferret would simply drive the rabbits from one Corner of the network to another where they would As soon As they had evaded him. The Continental poacher Ever Proli fic in that the instinct of the crab will Lead him always Todes Send in search of water elaborated a system of placing a Bolt net at the Mouth of every Hole he could locate. No matter How Many there might be. Then taking a dozen or so Good sited crabs he fastens about half an Inch of composite Wax Candle to the Center of each shall fixing them firmly enough for his purpose by slightly melting the Wax at the Bottom and then pressing it into the Shell. These pieces of Wax candles he obtained from the innkeepers and lodging House keepers in the adjacent coast towns. He then lighted the and turned one crab into each of the Mala runs. The crab just taken from it Damp place immediately sought the lowest ground in the Burrow carry ing Hul ight along with him. Where Light had never penetrated before. The rabbits frightened almost to death rushed madly through the to the Mouths of the holes sprang oat into the Bolt nets and. Bowel newly tangling themselves in the meshes panting until the poacher my put them out of their misery. I have known More than dred rabbits taken from a single bar Row at one haul and the practice proved so destructive to the rabbits that the French government took the matter a hand and subjected every offender. To a heavy Fine and imprisonment. The number o f gendarmes available How Ever proved totally inadequate to the extent of territory to covered end As a matter of fact Are but or rabbits to be found on the und Huu so few that it no longer poacher for the trouble of letting nets. The italian government he det tend what May be a useful plan for Durabb Shine the it Fonber of in Italy is allowed under certain editions and it sep Pond that due Are due to the Feero tended that it ther a with tented

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