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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - August 23, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio
Cambridge. Vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday August 23, 1888. No. 16. Puy81cianh. O. M. My my memo in Taylor Blott a Tam. All attended. Dir or atm. T. Mam sky m. Phil Elan and a Maori hour. Bua Pletl. Aid of Alt Illus Foyil National medical Olup Omry Saab Latou. C. 111 Hull Lauu Bah Lylba. Slim Lunf it ouzo. A wai.l., Phy Clelan Anil surgeon. Attention la stars by an of n. L. Drag Elnra. Nil i atom Ely at Law. Office of Fourl Hodiw notary in Ontee. Apt Tyr to a. K80n. Abd Olumee with Troutte Tani Hlll. Iii i h Rev Lam i at Law new Taylor liw Lluisi Avenue. 4fwt, Dlila. Tamkum k. Bash kick attorney at Law. Oao but i Public he liar. At Law. To. I t Bill Pluf ural Al National Hank. Noury la m and notary to Woltal attention to 1. Imbot National Bank. Attorney at Law l Atten i win. We. S. M. Kirk prop re. Ohio. Job Mowl with hotel Ami w. Levory and Llano stable. Good Attri he mibs Bah the. Mining Engineer. Connie Luck Fri o. Surveyor and to Elnoor Kaikis Ike. 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July Jet Tyr or. Parsons Etc. It new Spring and summer goods we have the most extensive assortment of new Spring Wool dress goods and suiting Ever shown by satins. The finest assortment of american and French goods Ever exhibited in the county. Scotch and american dress Ging hams seersucker Cable cords coloured plaid India linens and White goods in great variety. New Wall at half last year s Price. Black goods department. All Wool Henrietta cloths 46 inches wide at 85 cents Worth i. Silk wrap Henrietta cloth of and All woo armure s checks Cashmere at prices that will pay you to buy Here Cambridge Ohio monday and tuesday september 3 and 4, go and see these great and successful physicians and surgeons. Consultation and examination deodorized and Rolanna Ginkgo closets Nten Milf and lot Hep in the Nursery amok room Anil household. Cleans paint and Marble Gloira Silver and China without scratching. Freshens Iresh goods furniture coverings a Arete brightens colors. Removes All i and stains. Household iof tens the hardest Wale a washes and without injuring the Linht Lothes or shrinking woolens or Blat Ikels cleans without injuring tie intent Laws Ami crapes. Gives delightful hath and n the toilet removes nil odor Anil keeps he skin Bolt mid smooth Kab a Biliy a Villa bedbugs and other insects Anil wee bites. Ammonia remember the name. 31ear ammonia Anil All imitations arc Rands on tie Public rolling dollies adding Coloro making hip Liam la Rod and Kab. Don t be Coli in into them Sale by Harper Cosgrave Zanen Ille Ohio and All Don t buy a cent s Worth of goods until you see our Stock pies. If you can t Call Send for Sam 8. Craig son. Vuk 1 rtt i they Lur amount in pm a teachers examinations. 4m i map or will Lio for Tiv Xinmei Matlob Lor. H Lanner in. Tea per a but. On Moor Ria Zid by Jedi Sioum Btl leu and 8h1.lino of Western real estate. The we. C. Knox guaranteed bight per cent. Investment company pan a w Tomm. Hell anal a Twat Dpi Femme on Moth submit Palmu in Wal Tom on half met profits tin Moln Twloa of Wpm Moon Pur and in Leta dirt Del capital. 100.000.00. Shares. Strtt taut of Stort an go Malmd c. Knot a to. Tom Diu proportion. Inver Soull pm ohm matter c if Yon or any member of your family is with a chronic or Long standing disease such at the family physician is nol prepared to treat now a your Lime and Opportunity to while or. H Kustell Burner and Hia surgeons Are siniling this locality you can have such costs examined free and treated by these skilled experts with the finest known remedied at Small expense compared to a bait would Cost you to via it the City and Nure them taken care of. Ill. Burner is no stranger Bere he has been making hit monthly Here for the last year and will continue to revisit this you Lily for another year. He has examined treated and cured More old Long Stanchik difficult caws than were Ever cured in ibis county before. He can furnish hundreds of certificate of cures made and there is Onciu Raeljr neighbourhood in this or adjoining coun Lim where or. Burner Lias not got the Urnia of to Flag the life of someone who had inn Given and wan considered in curable. If those ail Licad have nut yet availed themselves of or. Burner a Superior Nelll could Alt in Hia reception room or office and Bear the Praise of Liia hundreds of patients who Are rejoicing and congratulating Theriel Vest hat they called on i. Bur Ner and took treatment they would Post Pone no longer but would begin treatment at once and be Anred. And now it a for you to decide. If articled whether you will go and be cared or Buffer longer. Bead Hii certificates he has cared and Tea decide a better you will Louisr your East or the Caw o Luik or Bow and a for relative Plain statement Wool 1 about the debate continued i Brick. Brick. Geo. P. Son Are this season better Man Ever before fit pared to Supply Brick for new buildings Brick for chimneys Blok for All purposes. Builders and contractors a hold me oar Blok works Auk to1 a Tom. John jr., House and sign painting paper Anil All work in i in line neatly Neil prompt by Doue. A Roll Supply of faints oils crashes painters materials kept Foh Sale. John Harris jr., one door East of Wall s drug store Lamb Blok. Ohio Vav would enjoy your Dunno 3onx and me prevented by Dys tue Dys Pepsi tablets. They a pot Lelve can for drape pent in do action Fly Taleno and coot Patlon. Of punt a then. W 00 last week we made some general re Marks in Legard to Taylor a erratic views of the Wool question. We will now examine a few be made on the floor of Congress. He began by saying industries already pros trate and Are almost beyond the reach of further he stated that the of the Wool growers if Wool be put on the free hat would vow we would like to inquire Liaw it is pos sible that an Industry that is already prostrate and almost beyond the reach of further injury pm Atill lose 000? the estimates the Tola value of the sheep in the United hta fes on january lat 1883, at if All the Sheet m the country should he blotted out of exist ence in a night the loss would be less than ii the putting of Wool on the free list should absolutely destroy every sheep in the land loss would be less than yet col. Tay Lor says that the Obb to the Wool grow ers if Wool be put on the free be but Why is Tom Industry in any degree 11 oat rate for Twenty years Wool has r i protected by the highest Tariff Ever in Taino for that Lett the of time. For Wenty years preceding the imposition of iat High were no complaints f any prostration. The National Wool soc nation is our ant Jority for the la tement that life average Price of Wool under Low in rift from 184u to i860 was to to grower rents while in 1883, uti or the thrill of 1s07, it was less than 30 elite. Col. Taylor himself Only two earn ago said that the Tariff of 18g7 bad cd add the Price of Wool at the average Teol one cent a year. In 184c the value f the sheep in Ohio was aught years thereafter in 1854, the value f the sheep in Ohio was an increase of Oyer 350 per pent. In 1806, Wenty years after the adoption of the of Tarity the value of the sheep in Ohio a the wonderful increase f Over per cent. Surely the in Nelry was not prostrated during the Low Arill Anil no Tariff periods. The Proa ration has All resulted since the passage i the High Tariff in 1si17. In 1887 the Otal value of sheep in Ohio was Only decline in Twenty years of tall of Over per cent. Twenty cams of Tow Tariff and in Tariff gain to be Farmers of Over per cent. Wenty years of High Tanto Loea to the armours of Over per cents the Wool growing Industry is prostrate but will any intelligent Man Laim that the remedy for the evil is to continue on in the same course we have Een pursuing for the past Twenty years Ivou lil it not be the part of Wisdom to from the experience of the past f a doctor should Mil his patient grow no weaker and Ever weaker under cer Nin treatment would lie not change his descriptions before the patient was in he article of death and beyond the each of further colonel Taylor also observes there is not a single Woolen Mill in in country that uses Ohio Wool or any Noil american Wool of any kind that Kab made a Dollar this last year unless i Boine Mill that in making some Tiv Ity or specially and most of these Mills have lost and the Woolen Mills have been prostrated Tor Twenty years. No urns try in this country has been less Iro Sorona than the Woolen Mills and t the Piee enl moment one half of these Nills Are Ulle. When Wool was free this As not the condition. Or. Russell a a speech ii Congress explained Why the Woolen Nills ure not prosperous. He said the Wool grower is dependent for the ale Othia Wool upon the manufacturers his own country alone. Wool is the Only one of our farm products of consid value for which there is no for Iun demand. If there is a sir plus it must remain on land. The manufacturers of other a Lons Are not accustomed to our wools and will not take them. Like All other things men wish to sell. B Price will be governed by the demand or it that demand will arise from the Prosperity of your customers and that therefore if the business of the Woolen manufacturers is Good you will get a fair Price for your Wool but if these Nen lire not successful in their business hard and waning your Market grows Morrow and Wool fulls As we have seen t fall during the last ten years. The Wool grower and the manufacturer can have no divided interest they just flourish together or they must languish together and at this time they Are equally unhappy. A gentleman on the other Side told me this morning that if i could establish the fact that the Wool in would improve with Wool on the ree list he would Vole for it. I do not expect to convince him Jongh 1 see him listening. It is too near a presidential election and the party whip has a Sharp lash. Laughter How sir did we get the Blessing of a Ligh tax on imported Wool it was the result of a combination Between Wool men and manufacturers. Prior to we had a nominal duty on Wool and the fortunate experience of he country in every department of in in str and Enterprise under the Tariff of ls4d led to the further reduction of the to Iff in 1857. And As i had the pleas ure to remind the House in the debate the other Day the whole delegation from Massachusetts Here and at the other end of the Capitol voted for it. In that re vision Wool under 20 cents a Pound was made free. The effect upon Wool was immediate. It went and in 185 it was a High As it has Ever been in our history and the manufacturers of Massachusetts and Rhode Island made More Money than they Ever did in any year of their Busi Ness. No manufacturing people in oar Day can raise All its own Wool. No soil or climate will produce All the various wools that enter into fabrics ranging from coarse carpets to cloths mixed with silk the wools Crown in America Are not i Complete raw material even for the cloths for men s Ordinary Wear. We Are controlled by fashion. The manufacturer must make what is demanded. He has to make cloths such As people who pair High prices will buy. In order to get material for such clothing the Wool buyer must go to the world a Market and select fleeces to mix and blend with american Wool. He May require australian or african or South american or Spanish or French wools for his Pur pee and if he does he will pay from 60 to 75 per cent duty on them and that handicaps him to Competition with the men who have tree Wool he a thus at a disadvantage with the manufacturers o Belgium and Germany the great cloth exporting countries. I there Are any american Woolen Mann facture a prosperous they Are not Seroua because of the tax on their raw material that enables the manufacturers of Europe to nod Here Between forty and fifty million dollars Worth of cloth a 000 pounds of Wool which we neither Drew nor sheared nor wove. We Are the Only civilized country on the Earth today that imposes a High duty on Wool except poor old fashioned Spain and she is an exporter of wools and we Are not in Glanert Belgium France and Germany took the anti a off of Wool years aim. It is urged Here that our people can not keep their flicks without a Protection to Wool it m said our sheep will disappear one will forget the taste of Mutton. That is not the teaching of experience Here or abroad the High priced lands of England open to the Competition of All Mankind carry More sheep than in former Days. The pastures of France have double the sheep they had when was protected. No vote of mine would Ever to Given consciously against the interest of the american Farmer but i would take the duty off of Wool for i believe that in Lens than a year the Price of Wool would and Vance because the Woolen menu a Turer freed from the tax on two thirds of Hia raw material would better Able to buy the other third. Applause on the democratic Side i said in a speech the gentleman per haps did not hear last that there were towns in my District whose Busi Ness web Wool manufacturing that had not built a new Mill since the Riff of 1846. When Mills Are burned they Are left a restored Anil i mails other state ments showing the difficulties of the Trade. As a proof of my statement i will quote or. Charles a Beach of conc to Lent a manufacturer of wide repute and Large experience who test i find before the committee of ways and Means in the last that the Wool Manu factories of the United of Massachusetts not of new England but of the United not sell for 25 cents on the Dollar of their original Cost. I speak and gentleman can Cor rect me in their own time if i am wrong. One of the largest Woolen corporations in the United slates has sold lately. The Plant Cost something like two millions and it brought less than 000. Or. It. Or. Of is the Washington. Or. Not that Mill worn out or. Russell of doubt it was worn out and so were the stockholders worn out. They bad not made Money enough to keep the a cd Minerv. 1 could name other broken corporations and Mills that ate worn out and their operatives too laughter on democratic aide. I i think the gentleman from Rhode Island or. Arnold 1 knows what it is to Mills at bankrupt Salea renewed laughter or. In ssh is a leading Farmer and be knows what he is talking about. We hink our readers will agree that his explanation of the cause of the great de pression in the Wool Industry is entirely reasonable and that col Taylor s quack Emedy cannot remove that canal but will still farther increase Thede Pri a boasting Tongue is the Manifest sign of a cowardly heart. Plain facts. Have you pain in the Small of your ack or hips Sharp pains the Back it times pain in the Mering before the Eye at times diff incl t o urinate at times Loo free too Clear so remember these Are symptoms of right s disease which ran be cured n its first slaves but do not wait until Hen. Go to a m Hawthorne s drag store and Aak for a free Sample bottle of r. Birdick a kidney cure which will you. Large Eize 75 cents. One Ottle lasts two weeks ibis in a Poai Ive cure for All kidney and liver roubles with a guaranteed Sale. Fur coughs colds sore or weak Horata Aak far a free Sample of Jack son s magnum Bonum cough syrup he great healer. Large size 50 Centa sold by a m. Hawthorne a aug 16-1 m bred upon the Sailor. The Man who lists has no Faith girls. He Calls every mias a myth. Dion. Balmy of tors from spice islands attend by tie Tropic Solo Sun 1 in lil Ulin Rul fragrance Chunoi to Shipu Steil by these Teeth h whitens purities Yuu will use it Yuu re Wale. One great Merit if that bean liver of the Teeth Sozo ont is that Ita Seq act upon the month h refreshing while As a Means of leaning the Teeth and improving the Veath it stands alone. Spa Dino s Handy about the Louse mends everything. Aug 9-4w Don t Hawk Hawk blow spit and list not everyone with your of abusive Reath but use or. Sage s Catarrh Lemed and end it. In this Vuk dict unanimous. W. D. Suit druggist Bippus. Ind., Eslit ios i can recommend electric Sitters As the very Best remedy. Every rattle sold has Given Relief in every Saite. One took six bottles and was cured of rheumatism of 10 rears standing Abraham Hare drug Gist Bellville Ohio Al Linn the beat Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in by 20 years experience a electric thousands of others have edited their testimony to that the ver act is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of lha liver kid Neys and blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at c. L. Wall co s drag store. The Gambler business Moat always runs an a family q Atherine. Have you a father have Yon a Mother have von a son or daughter sister or a brother who has not yet Aken Kemp s Balaam for the lungs and Throat the guaranteed remedy for the cure of Cong i colds asthma croup and All Throat and lung troubles if so Why when a Sample bottle is gladly Iven Lovon free by Peter Ogier s sons and the Large sire Coats Only Sot and at Peter Ogier a sons. When Yon come to the matter of fans the japanese take the Palm. As the hot aim began to pour Down we wended our Way Back to this and whiled the time away a to the Yui is reeled off by the colonel whose experience had been Rich and racy. Talking about he said re minds me of a Little experience i had with an englishman some years ago in in the main Range. He came Down Roni Frisco with a letter of in Triduc Ion to me and wanted to get into the Weait of the big game country. It so happened that i had 400 or 500 head of rattle a Valley and a Camp there so i took him and Intro Lucid. Him p half a dozen old guaranteed to show Lim All the Bear he wanted. They got t into his head that in was uus ports Uia like to shoot a Bear and that it should be taken with a Lariat so he practice with a rope at steers dogs Itu nips and men until he was a fair land at finally one Day they went off on a regular Bear Hunt. It so happened that the boys knew where there was a Large Patch of wild grapes that Black bean Are fond of ind they made for it fairly sure to ind one or More and sure enough they did. Coming Down a Little Side Canon they came out into a level spot with a Patch of Trees covered with vines in the Center. Some of the dogs were put in and in a few minutes out came an old Brown Bear snarling and showing her Teeth in a terrible fashion. Now s your yelled the boys ind they All stood Back to give my new Friend a Chance. I Tell you he was no Slouch he put his horse As near the Critter As he would go Riding around dropped Hia rope Over the Bear s shoulders the minute she reared . When she Felt the rope she grabbed at it but the Pony settled Jack then Down she went and began list what the boys expected the toll business. Over and Over she went winding the rope about getting snarled but coming nearer and nearer the All the Lime. The Pony was the one to Tumble to it As the boys saw and began to snort and Buck but t was no use the old Bear kept com no getting More Aud More entangled every moment and finally the Pony turned Tail Aud began to drag her. She Yelling and whimpering and scratch ing gravel the horse crazed Aud in this shape they came to the Side of Tho Dill. Over the horse went bucking the englishman cussing things until hey were Blue. When half Way Down the rope broke and fearing the Bear would get away some of who were laughing themselves sick put her out of her misery. The boys got rather left trying to fool the fellow As he showed so much Pluck in trying to Stop the Bear that they never tried any games on him again. After awhile lies asked him what he proposed to do with the Bear after he got the around then he saw the joke and rather thought the Bear was catch lug f one Rico chronicle. Two chemical Sorlee. Card of thanks. If the proprietors of Kemp s Balaam would publish a card of thanks con thiring expressions of gratitude which come to him daily from those who have been cured of severe Throat and lung troubles by the use of Kemp s Balsam it would fill a fair sized Book. To much better to invite All to Call on Peter Ogier a sons and get a free Sample bottle that you May test Tor yourself its Power. Large bottles 50c and the girl who loves William never Aski her father to foot her Bill. C. H. Stevens Lima. N. Y writes for years my wife has been a sufferer from constipation and headache. Buffer ing beyond endurance. She has trim Many remedies and consulted Eminem physicians but found no help. About three months ago she began to take cob a Little poop Byllon pills and she has had but one return of the headache and that was caused bar overwork. Peter Ogier s sons. Ang-9 4 i becoming to a grass dress. Widow Lav n am Abo Oum it Tab the original Abie tink ointment la Only put pm two ovum Lin Homes and is an a Sokoto euro Toom sons bums Liatta and All skin will pwt Tab he Lassord a Bear. A couple of Good stories were recently told of an analytical chemist Here whose name is authority when attached to a certificate of Pui Ity. He was one Day talking with a Youn brother Semiat when a Man came in with a bottle of whisky. I want this Sample of whisky Ana he said and when you have Analysed it i wish ton would write a letter testifying to its purity that we Cau very the chemist answered taking the Sample and marking it i will attend to it but i shall have to Tiave live a fallout of the whisky to teat it thoroughly. Five returned the manufacturer in some Surprise. I did t know it took so much but i la Send it t the whiskey maker retired and the Young chemist turned to the elder. In the he asked do you want of live Gallons of that whisky you can t need More than half a Gill or so to test it 1 Young the other answered a took of mirth and Wisdom coming Over Ilia face did t you hear him say he wanted a letter to publish it is absolutely certain that whisky Muat be it is to be supposed that the younger Man took the implied season in worldly Wisdom to ins heart the second Story told of the aame chemist a to the effect that a manufacturer of Louie Patent compound or other aame into his Laboratory one Day with a bottle containing a unwholesome looking mixture. "1 would give a Hundred he is Iii to know what would make the water Aud Oil in this emulsion Separ the chemist looked at it. Very he said write your Check the other echoed. Yes your Check for a Hundred dollars. You say you Are willing to give that and for that Price i am willing to Tell you what will make the Aud Oil the visitor hesitated a moment and then wrote his Check for the Audi named. The chemist carefully deposited it in his pocketbook Aud then quietly dropped into the liquid a Pinch of common Salt. Instantly the water Aud Oil separated and whether the client was satisfied or not he had got what he wanted and he had paid his own Price for letter to tile Providence journal. Raw Are Oread we can always said a West India Captain speaking of the plague of rats in port now when we have a few or Many of the pests on Board. The rats do not As one would suppose remain on the ship but they get off at various ports and after remaining awhile ship on some other vessel for another voyage. The water rats or wharf rats Are great travellers and make frequent voyages around the world. There Are Here now rats from almost every part of the Globe. Why i saw four colossal Jamaica rats with their White bellies skipping about in the Moonlight the other night and yesterday 1 killed two Indian male rats on my vessel. Rats Are great climbers when they find it necessary to do so. Upon one of my voyages not Long ago we had a Long spell of warm weather Aud there was no water in the hold which the Small army of rats on Board could get at this drove them to the deck in search of water Aud i kept the sailors Busy killing them. One night we put some water at the Cross Trees and waited for the result Well the rats lust swarmed the rattling and went for that water. We killed As Many of them As we could As they came Down and some of them lumped overboard and were drowned. But we could not kill them All and a few made the entire voyage with Philadelphia record. Check Ita Bale. There is not a paper to be picked no that does not contain the notice of some one who has died from the effects of rough on either used to commit suicide or give to some one As a Poison. As Mark Twain said when be fell on his head the fifty first time this is getting it a High time that Bough on should be classified a a Poison and not sold to every Tom Dick and Harry who lays Down a Quarter. Any child can Bur Bough on it too it cunning grows with Wisdom. On should certainly be towed Powin. And what the baby thinks. A finn Plano that i. Why. I i to tall All Curtosi i things that an certainly new to a. I think if re been Eon bulted. Have Anan de More croat for Ai to Lea now no wond a Don t Bave draw at a. I know that r m Little and fit and red a Ltd toot Leai and a Bare round but what i the recon to Beer talk though i had t brains of a Lump or Doua by it mammal turn now does Oor look dear fettle Pink ittle test do they think i Auch do they think i enjoy the robber ring the rare Tad to my bib with an old when my older deter All Day with a doll that i want the Tery wont Wayt i m trundled about to a baby cart it a enough to break Anjer Pieart r when of or people have Lota of fun on Why Cau t 1 Hare or brother Tom and Cousin Ted go out Aud Lime a Biff Blue aleut i with to . And 1 want to know. So if there to t i m fed on milk while the j they re real Lar delicious if i i m rocked to 8l when the Sun High. But nobody elite wonder Why i i m klined and i m bounced and i m i to a rattle of tin Ard err cup i fumed Over Dav Lino and walked with but it for went myrrh it a. Opper. In Golden Dav. Indians dancing. An bite Retting a encryption of the of Gatun a the Indiana at Canada and at Moisie honoured me with inhibition of their National dances. Ballroom was a Bare log a noise Dimer lighted by a lamp on a High shelf. A great Shadow covered the Lanny facet just under the beams of the ceiling and fell slant the Circle of men squaws and children squatting on the floor in front of those standing about the Walls. An aged couple and some dogs occupied a bed in Ono. Corner along with number of babies done in Rolls and corded against the Wall. The old woman gave the dogs and her husband to drink from a Saucepan and the old Man often Lav Back on i lie pillows with one Lee across tie other to Finger his toes. Now and then a Squaw picked her Way among tue crouching figures of the floor to the bed hauled out her Roll of baby and gave to suck. The women wore their National Caps of Black and red but tie men presented More variety wearing Felt hats or red handkerchiefs that floated about the shoulders or letting their Long Black straight Greasy hair whip and Down on their Cheeks. Band consisted of a drum like a Mon Sieve Hung from the ceiling by a string in front of the drummer Singer. His score was very pimple and yet Low notes of the voice at a fifth and fourth below the drum were quite effective with a sombre color suited to the shadowy fantastic scene. The first set was All the rest a general form a number of men out of the crowd Ami Bejaran following one another around the stove near the Centre of the room. Their Steps consisted in advancing one foot ducking by bending the Knees then sliding Back tilt advanced foot nearly to the other one. Their chief motion was fore ducking As if the entire company unison had trodden upon one an other s corns and although they took three Steps Forward on each foot by drawing this Back they advanced but an Inch or two in each Mea Anre and their legs like those of a Lack seemed to be join cd Only at Knees. The keeping of time Vas in. The ducking for there was no stamp ing. After a number of rounds thus in single file about the stove they re tired and some of the squaws came reluctantly out to perform. They danced a the men did ducking still More suddenly Ami still less at each they were extremely Omny notwithstanding their great de Corum their rather Heary figures erect and rigid As statues with downcast eyes and a shy turn of the head bobbed and Down with overpowering Ler Unity. They soon gave place to men again. A Young Huron Indian now took the drum and Sang a spirited and varied air to enliven dance. The men closed the forming a continuous Circle of Duck ing figures. Their Steps were longer and Freer and they began moving their arms about Aud granting Hel Hel As the drumming quickened they increased their grotesque contortions and their shouting Here and there a Man turned about to face his. Neighbor and to carried of with the ducking an extravagant Panto mime portraying the Hunt or the War the music Rose in the most condos and Savage discords the actors bounding about Bent Over and the scalps from their prostrate victims while jells and groans tilled the air. It was the ancient War dance lacking Only the lurid fire on the Pinnies and tomahawks of tie naked painted t arnhem Harper t Hiram and tour lot Weed. Speaking of the late Hiram Sibley the casual observer of the new York graphic ays he had More or Leas contempt for the literary Feller who could say things very weft but could t make the things count for Large Money. He did have however the largest affection and respect for Thurlow Weed possibly because or. Weed made his earlier reputation As a citizen of Rochester Aud one night when or. Weed was privately announced for a visit to a Rochester Friend or. Sibley Enro bed himself in Bis beat Swallow Tail and amiability and prepared to do Honor to that most democratic and shrewd and Able of re publican gentlemen. It so happened that a journalist of Central new York since very Well known and always rather sensitive As to the proprieties was taken by Acci Dent into or. Sib lev s Carriage. With a natural desire to be amiable be said something As to a leading topic of Day and the response was who Are you of i am or. Blank of said or. Sibley with exceed-1 singly rough cordiality a newspaper Man. Well we Don t care much Tor newspaper Meu in this part of tue rest of tie ride was had in silence whether or. Sibley intended s Cut or a joke but at the reception to or. Weed that Good honest Democrat to Republican acc Dently Beard thav Amo of or. Blank of Blackville and. Immediately engaged him in Conversa tion not waiting for the ceremonious article of introduction. While the talk was going on or. Sibley advanced with extreme dignity and introduced himself to or. Weed with the conventional of informality. Sibley said or. Weed. Hir Sibley a i am Ful. Yon Are of course the member of the dry goods firm on state or. Sibley passed on rather Hao Fefe. Ily and or. Weed resumed his conversation with or. Blank of Bla Krille. And i rather said or. Blank to the relating the incident that i bad the Best of Hiram of that occasion though i did t care Lor and though i was entitled to no a Aorist disrespect from Hiram than War Weed the try. Or. Caudle doctor i want _ Pat a powerful wife give me Best Peri fee a Mola Yon know of Tea anal of t f
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