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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 6, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio R the Cambridge j eee ermonian. Vol. F Cambridge Ohio thursday december k 6, 1888. No. 31. Pm. D.,. La Kab Iii Taylot ii s ill in he or Ulscht m 1. I. I m f a 1, physician and surgeon. 11.1 11 i r the Rio. The pro ii Irit Tut inv Rock of nil in thu ii m u t to. K h 1 Lair i inn i or i ii he in i i wow film of All to in a Licilio i i ,1 i i we i., m Phyrel clan ant surgeon. J Mill 1hn till Tuor uni i mow i to ii. Hil i i in All i Uii on h. L it of in r Rinn n 1 Minim till ii 1-1 i a i. I i. 11 full in i i i i. Or Rani net a 111 til i 1 lira Ivan t t l i. V nil tier i ill i in i i n in he n 1111 in if 1 Tiu i i re to 1 i ii ill l s in 1 Kohl Al attorney at Law so try my Lul 11. I1o11-.1.1s we. A s. M. Kirk prop is i l Iii la Lar Holhi i la i us i js1akj.1. I s w on livery and snip stable. O Job h Asp Ulo Wiiks or of All auc3 m. I. St. Nicholas for 18so. H u i. S n k in 1-1 i in i t nil Loki lit in 1 i r of i Tiik it tie of Opplt Uinta Nitti tie monthly la 11 Annii native la it every number for the pan half year bus con Tui Neil one or More ii Mil Ruple supple its no film y work either Largo did broiler a Tiloi Vitins kult Tiisik and Crock a or of Trio riot in Fulbio Kublo Neueli work. The d be Iuler number Jint out no exception to the it Cuitti Vns tin Exinia inure supplement of Altic Tiu i Quill work 1 lain kac1s have Yon n Puin in of the Beck Dharon pain the Back it Iii in pain the lie ail list Kines before the Eves at Ilif Licule to Erin Ftp at times too free too ii Reingraber it a Are amp Oil i of Bra not a which be in its Harht a Tokeo but do not wet until then of to d. M. Hawthorne s inns Hilory Nanri for a Sample tin of or Bonlick s Kiil Ney coiivlncf1 Jon. Lurinze75 Neng. Onn bottle hint two weeks this id a positive Curt Lor nil a Ley and liver Tiki table with for Conglis or it us throat1or a s of Jur Kuon b Mug num hokum Oon Fth syrup the rent Roht hot Nln. In rate size 25 soul by d. M. Hawthorne Sample free dec 6 Lin As a matter of in this Wilny Anil Tor Lioti. There is a n Aro dialect Matury in Harper s Maut Izine for Decani apr. It called horus and was a Rotten by we. W. Archer but it in not Mere dialect. Its interest unil str Nittoli consist largely in the Delius Illione of in Kroel Fracter. So Bruu and 1 Rophet Are sketched it a monthly Way. The Story is liberally Ollna Traceu with full Imge and half pane cute. Rheumatism in undoubtedly to huh cd by acid is i be blood. Acid feb Ron tix sumo and causes the pains and Achi in tin Hack Oliou Wilera Ank is an wrists thousands of people live found in a positive cure for Rhueina win. This Ziadi i Ine. By its purify Iii action in Willty of the blood and ulna builds up and Strent icons the whole bold. Human nature. Liow do you do Tel Low a i no glad to see 3 of. By Jove i was almost getting into a Row Over j on yesterday with blackly. Cyl Lovely Blakely he s 110 a 00iiii i. B. Who knows that yol lowly and by Skrlj i e it Zoean t Mottur. I was t going to stand by and iii1 you run Down by anybody. I took Lipini up mighty Sharp i assure you. Said i of need t talk Tome ii limit i a lowly. You can t run. Yel lowly Down i m by and Don t you forgot it. So y. Taking out of his j m much obliged to Jou How Nikii i did you Sny you wanted to borrow f be Light for i m not vary hush to Day. B. In did i say anything about borrowing not i thought that perhaps you to Tell the truth i am a Little Short to Day Aud if you could make it convenient to let to have a liver until the curly part of the week i would be very Nii Uili obliged to you. Here it is. Rou. Much obliged. I toll you what it is yol lowly i la Faro in that but Cly s head some of these Days. Yellowley smiles and Brownly goes off to smile uni drier. A sa1ms inv Siment. Is which la guaranteed to bring you Satie factory results or in Case of failure a return of Purchase Price. On thin Safe plan you can buy from our and Vortis fed dry Griat a bottle of or. King s new discovery for consumption it is Lisua ranted to Brig Relief in every a fuse when used Lor any of Throat or Chest men As consumption inflammation of inn of bronchitis As Hina whooping group etc., Eta. It pleasant and agreeable to Taite perfectly i a a and can always depended upon. Trial Buhlea free at 1 m. Hawthorne s drugstore. Kuni ethling a Boston librarian the other Day developed some startling truths in Art interview with n reporter in is not Dif Foont now from what1, it was when Lawrence and Ouida Torst began to write their Hig Lily Cpl Rcd tropical said the librarian. I remember Piip Day a Young woman very demure and quiet came into the Library for something to read. She asked if we had any classical works Aud said that she particularly Wanton something i set her once at the shelves of travel biography and the few modern works of scientist la subjects that we had and left her to make her own selection there was group of Wom Tsu standing near by the Center of which was Louisa Alcott. I joined them and the talk turned upon the books that were then appearing. One of Ouida s most intense volumes had just Cante out and we were discussing it i Shan t Tell you which Book it was for i am not a moral newspaper critic giving Points to a Duple about naughty books and i Don t care to have the Call revived the present generation can got along with the Quick or the without having any 20-Ycar-old immorality put into their head. Of course every one of the group was loud in denunciation of it and the author mid equally of course they had All read every Book that either Ouida or Lawrence had written. The demure Young woman in search of improving literature was All ears. Not a word of the whole did she lose. After the con Voi station had ended and the group had Gena tales she approached and said half under her breath if you please i would like one of the books you Hare been talking which one will you i asked her. Of the wickedest one you be her Quick rejoinder. I would not be responsible for deliberately picking out the i wicked est one for her so i merely pointed to the shelf and said there Are the books you must take your own Selec tion she took one and went away. It Rains alike on the Juit and Unjin. In n Day or two she came Back and on inn j mini imly be a c the unjust i took another and she did not Stop in miscellaneous. Lately published in in Pland show that the world has 700 Iro Esu Jos Worth or Over of whom 200 reside in England 100 in the jailed states 100 in Germany 75 in Pyanoe 60 in Russia so in India and 2o in other countries. Is anew High wire act. Two men starting from different Enda of lock wire meet and puss each other going by on a Waltz step. A woman actually Tanoos on Tho wire and a Man rots across it with a companion up right on his shoulders. Weaver with a mathematical turn if mind who won Twenty thousand ranch in a lottery racked his brains in arithmetical and geometrical calculations respecting the number of five franc pieces and sous which a could spread Over a Given surface finally Tho poor fallow had to be taken an Asylum. Lady saw a Driver angry with us Homes for soms fancied o tense about to lash them severely. She interrupted him by inquiring the Way to certain Street to a certain Bouse both of which Sha knew very Well. But the Driver too Gallant not 10 answer the lady s questions had of part Unity for his temper to Cool and the whip to its socket without striking a blow. Twentieth Century. Place at the polls. First female do you do mrs. Up who Are you going of vote for for second be have burrowed la r umbrellas. To Haye Rood health Medicine is pc Espiry. As a to Tenily med clue we fan recommend the great regulator and advise All to have a package constantly of baud for Razeu of Nece til she had Road every one. Since then 1 am always on my guard when a particularly Quaker like Young woman expresses i i sire for something improving. With my past experience 1 should certainly just now give her miss hives Book or possibly one of Zola till 1 it h t i it m lining eng Izier. L k -.nxon. Surveyor and our Philus. Jull i Ilii let in til f t h him Solil lit ill l in i Ali film i in Ca n in Lux i ,11. My it Mil it ten if Ali c a i lilt ill s Ruuti to Ull Imlah Tell he u Lii Lump Illel la Tell to f 11, steal estate agent. Ii nr.1 unil a m 4 1 prop Anil i Villi it i Nikki the m u i i i my mini Faust Ulii-ti.i1 in. To 1 ii h Neil i Anil 11 Tilv Mituru by Laius util s. Trattl by Trio i Tsih mrluilf1 Tim two fart uni h a in in u h i Inu u1 i ii i r a i u i t r h them or lager and Klill muc1 ii Iliad in. I l 1 in 1 let. H h i-.1 a i on Holu Siul a he m Jin up ilk thou i i i no i. T i Harown Sini i k n Puli ill no Many of k Ali Inivie in Llu Stu i Viii of ill of Mirtil Jim i Nui i a anti i to tin in Iii j. Ipri incl Ulo i Volin i 1 Iii. Mil p c Meriu Siml a it i i no to i t to i Mih i to ,1 Lii i pitl i to. Treasurer s notice. Taxes for 1888. O ill la p lit Iii 1.ix in i i sup n i Milton Turner. Treasurer of give trippy comfy Olio i Iob in of suit county Itiat tiie levied on out Dol Iii. For the year for Allol lows a out Linn a i Iii Trio Rev Fri. 5 cents. .14 .10 .29 county fund.23 cents. Bridge kuud.10 building fund. 5 children s Home fund. 7 soldiers Relief fund. 3 infirmary fund. 7 special Road fund.10 total .65 tute nil county levy.94 cents. N Wiklof ii1kv r. Huntck dentist. Wui without Milti by tie Siw office in 4 am la on general inc once agents. I Takk Kajj Aid Del to 1 i twin n Nii Lunk in Luiu by Yun i in l i .1 int k nil u it of la i Lih in h Anil i my on Tif a Lii l i tin n i Tili of chm m Iii i i in n an 11 ill m i us it n. I u j t r i a Triina is not for it a nor to of tin id a mid tin to arc do n in Buol 1-cii.rso to Ato to Mauiri m in s by. I unit it of in i menu Tutt re. I we Ollibie i r nil wagons upoi1. On 10 for t in u in Pukari ions. La o our to Tim ill to m to Luo could in co., of jobs Cal notary Public and Surveyor in ii n n h. Ami i a Luk. Ohio. A omit tour Ion. Mur.41 if by Tho Public Stith new Yolk Tho recently Fiul of St Tho Fanny i Tifrit it Shunli Tinly Only about by Nolde of Ili Morm to w for m to do printing k. K Bokn Mil ill Ulm Ohio Catarrh a Willil Lar Boutell s Tea 1 Fatir erotic him and test of rat Rit inn Frt. Mirous fragrance anal flavor strength color of Suteji i ten excellence. M makes iced try it Tor sail by John Boyd co. Christmas which time will wind up this business. Lots of Winter goods must be sold Durer avg this time. Mcilyar Bros of Fth Star clothing House Rio not intend to be caught and they will for the nex four weeks to come sell to every Man that comes i i their store for goods they make a profit or not go to Mcilyar Bros for bargain 809 Mam Street Cambridge Ohio it i i a f .1 c n i i. Mo-1 m i n u Tii Mill ii .1.0 if Fiill i Mil i in fior it ill Iii ill .1 a h my incl Ricl ii to i i p l h ii i m ill ii Dull left i h lint i uti n t i ,1 j pro Ilion Silm ,1 to Venn .1 District or i 1 Iii non. 17 15 i 12 17 17 12 16 17 u 10 12 16 14 s 14 1c 15 7 2 2 15 14 u 7 t u 2 2 15 a 7 2 12 Eti. 10 7 10 14 11 18 16 8 14 13 12 2 e 14 19 14 7 14 7 7 2 2 13 22 pm 80 61 40 in 49 40 40 67 88 70 89 Var 68 42 21 28 47 68 1 16 in 13 ii a Sag. Townships an1 cob pobation8. 80 w 34 10 w pm lil 158 171 100 174 105 187 162 1kh 140 148 1 1b4 1 19 151 ifi5 i28 29m 231 27 240 15 234 1% 20 188 179 240 2 10 1 .14 1 s2 1 4 1 ii. 1 5n 1 of Tell 1 62, 1 60 1 70 1 40 1 7h 1 48 1 34 1 34 1 5hi 1 m 1 St 1 30 1 48 ii 2 2 1c 2 00 2 20 1 of 2 1 1 do 1 82 1 7fli 1 86 17-i 2 38 1 Adams course a Noa Oenea again on the bom. What do you think that animal was doing a was standing with his fora paws on the sofa and blowing with All his might at Tho spot where he had bean lying to tool it off so that i should not eel it Well. I let him blow a lit Tittle while and then knocked at the window. Like a Flash he ran into his Box and when i entered a minute later he was sound journal. End piece into which the roots Are Sev found land dog1 to look out for hts Ehli la adorned with two Tower shaped Orna j Dren As his residence was near a Pon merits of Silver with Small Silver c enter Wirtl Lam 111 Lefly Itai know l Berty Madl Boti Mill Oil Monroe of lord Kic Bonnil vol lev. Ali Zollna will Byesville Chinhu Retro corpor tinn camber Lilge schout District school District corpor tinn Kun Levit w is Viool Bill Rich Clunker City corporation Dut lot corp Minn hone Cavillo school Washinnton Cori Morillon Washington school in trip t Bolin Bolton corporals in ilm Bollyn i Bool inti n t on Init ii delinquencies together with All Road tax and one halt of All other takes ladies Peerless dyes a at 1 few Iii Kilb Minoui 111 i Fiir nun of Olor or do Bui Crock or nut Lur trick. Brick. Obo. P. Gill Lei a son Tufe to Titan to apply i for buildings for chem keys Rook for All and oostraotor8 Tho of Telnet Orlini Nitro Lin of in in Prim til form bar Ihn nun a ilium pm in i nil Oil r followed in Ihu a minion Luro of but Tho Mon ii in Lii in in in us cd Ili Clr apr inn. T i a Iii Ali l Nettir a i in no Noemi file 1 Ocull info of ill r i of Tho print v., r u i i i Vii. In with hot Mil. Nitoiu i a Rel. I n of the t fort Tomt i. In u i i of n11ppillion full i ill Limra. To rated a o a ii Mil n Ili i t i Tad Triton Hnnry to Tiitu tar Len r p Trio Lin pro pow i l to Toul Tinl n the Veur fifths find now known i n t a i in of Are required to be paid on or before the 20th Day of december Aud the Liviu a Nice of or before the 20th Day of june next. T i attention la called to Section 2844, Laws of Ohio which reads As follows a licit one half the taxes charged against any entry of real estate shall not be on or Mic twentieth tiny of december in that year or collected by or otherwise prior to Fimi a i Tili Menc a penalty of of frees per thereon shall is added to such half f Mil Ixia on tin duplicate and if said tuxes and penalty including the remaining half of Ucli wish Ali will not be paid on or before the twentieth Day of june next thereafter or collected by ill or prior to the next August settlement the Sinae penalty shall be charged on Saivii Lulf of said you letter or postal card for the amount of your taxes designate your prop floury. State in whose name in what township and auction and number of acres. In a limit Toiven number of lot and in whose addition. Send stamp for reply. In in by certificate of Deposit Postoff Ioe Money order or registered letter. A to Reaks my heart. Won t you have a Small piece of the Crisp fat or. Lar King it is simply epoch an intelligent dog. A store for truth the editor de Clines to touch. I never allowed my dog s name to lie on the sofa and in of course would not try to As Long As i was in the room. Even when 1 went out i did not mistrust the old fellow and you May imagine my prise when returning one afternoon i found him lying quietly on the sofa and looking defiantly at me he received his punishment and waa apparently so disgusted that he did not touch a bit of his supper that night. I did not think any More of this event until a few Days later when coming Back at an unusual time i found Johnny sleeping in Hia Box and snoring. What s up with you now i thought. I looked at the sofa but could see nothing suspicious. I moved my hand across it. There been again on it old Man have he did neither stir nor interrupt his snor ing. I then ordered him to come and told him he waa quite smart but not enough Boas to consider the animal heat his body had left on the sofa. The following Day i went away of purpose to see whether he would dare to try it again. My room on Tho first boor and i had to go a Little Way through a Garden before coming to the House. Johnny certainly could hear me when i came along the Sandy path. This time however i hurried Over the Lawn after i had banged the Gate and looked through the window. He prob ably thought As he did not hear me Home i had remained at the Gate and to he oar left out of bus in Ess m methods. Ned and of them of Ali. Farm and la Houm. Probably no occupation in which men Are engaged is carried out with so Little regard to business rules As that of farming and yet no occupation Calls for a More rigid adherence to those principles which underlie All business transactions. Tha Farmer requires a Mora diversified knowl Edge of a greater variety of subjects than any of the so called Learned pro the Man who knows Only How to turn a Good Furrow fit the soil for the seed Check the growth of Woeda and promote the growth of the Plant has not mastered the Art of successful farming nor has the Man who know Only How to rear Fine horses sheep cattle or fat Swine or How to fertilize Hia Fields to the Best advantage raise the Best Corn or potatoes tha highest yield of Oats and Barley. The Man to Day who really makes a Success As a Farmer must Combine All these ele ments of knowledge and Many More it used to said that any fool could be a Farmer but at the present Day people begin to realize the fast that the Farmer requires the most versatile education. The time has gone by when tha Hap Hazard slip shod go As you Pleasa methods of farming can be made to pay. Agriculture has become recognized As a science. Millions of acres of Virgin soil in All our states and territories have been opened up to the plow and their surplus products Are forced upon the markets of the world. The products of the cheap labor of foreign countries Are also emptied into our in connection. A Silver hand which a added is used by the Reader in trac j ing the lines. The Rolls Are bound with a Woolen band and further covered with a wrapping in silk when returned to the Ark. In the Yora Haz Korom the Day of remembrance or new year the Reader uses two of the Rolls As it done on other holidays and on the Sab Bath in new Moon. From one of these the concluding Section Only of the por tion of the Law for the Day is read. The Chinesa jewish manuscripts which Are brought from and of which a portion has passed into the Possession of the London jews society with the remainder distributed Between the British museum the Bod Leian Library and that of Cambridge is receiving attention from literary he brews. It will be Soen from descriptions of these Eastern productions that the Rolls of the Law Are in general Cor Respondence whatever May be their t. Telegram. Current fashions. Midst to glut our markets. The Farmer upon the worn soils of the older must look closely to the details of their business or go to the Wall. What would be thought of the Mer chant who would sell from Hia counter without knowing their Cost what would be thought of the manufacturer who did not know to the Frac tion of a cant the Cost of the raw material and labor put into a Yard of cloth and yet How Many Farmers Oan Tell the Cost of a Pound of butter or pork a Bushel of potatoes or Corn or a ton of Hay they sell their products for what they can get offered not knowing whether they Are making or losing. What is tha remedy when Farmers come to realize that farming is a Busi Ness As much As manufacturing or Bank ing or buy ing and Selling goods and by careful keeping of accounts with every Branch of their operations learn to figure the Cost of every article they produce then a successful beginning will have been made. Let them keep debit and credit with every Aore of Corn potatoes Beana or Grain. Charge each acre with the interest on its value the probable amount of fertilizing material used by tha crop the coat of labor in its care. Credit it with the Market value of the crop produced. The Dif Ference Between tha two will represent the profit or a like account should be kept with the Herd of cows or Batter it practicable with each one separately. If any one of the Herd entails a Low upon you dispose of her. Keep a it lot account with the Orchard if you have one and it you have not sat out one at Onoe in you have a suitable location. Debit it with the labor employed in its care the harvesting of Ita fruit and the drawing used upon it. Credit it with the value of Ita Goldan products and learn from the balance on the right Side of the Ledger that it a one of your Best having Learned to calculate the Cost of tha product of the farm the next business requisite a to know How to sell the surplus. Make a study of the markets and learn for yourselves the prices of those things you Wiah to sell. If you can not fix your own Price you can at least prevent being taken advantage of by unscrupulous traders. Ii the Market Price on an article is to Day below what it Coats you to produce it then calculate from All the information within your reach what the prospects for the future May be. Ask yourselves these questions what u the visible Supply and what the probable demand How much of this product have other countries to pour into our markets How much will the Artiola i wish to sell shrink or deteriorate by keeping exercise your reason and bring to beat upon the subject your Best business faculties and then decide whether the Prospect is better to wait or sell now. To sum up in a word. The Success Ful Farmer must know How to raise Good crops know their exact Cost How and when to sell. He must Ever be on the Alert for every Iota of information that to Hia 0. Bur rows St. Paul Globe. The hebrew Laws. How Are Fra Trad and a netted by orthodox an additional Roll of the Law it brought out from the Ark in the ayn Gogue for the jewish new year in Stead of one alone being used As Foi Ordinary service. Some fact on the subject of these manuscript i coming from the autograph of were communicated to the editor of the american a threw. A he said is held on the consecration of a scroll which is always on Parchment specially prepared. Great care la taken that this May not be dese crated in any manner a from touch lag floor or Wall before being se1 in the Ark. The Roll is left unil Nahed until time of consecration when the final words of the Law Are added. The privilege of completing the work Pur chased and the writing finished by the one who if he qualified for the task. Otherwise the Sofer must do it for him. The original a followed to All respects in these manuscripts. The runs along without punctuation and with neither accents nor divisions into books chapters and verses. A hiatus in the Early form in every copy. The same True of All inter linear a line invariably Enda with a Complete word m that tha scribe must be skilled in the practice of driving out a word in one place of crowding in at another. The coat of one of these Rolls is or in the printed hebrew when the of of intercut to a stylish costume for a Young lady just finished by a noted a Modisto a made of a new handsome thude of Terra Cotta shot with Gold. Tho skirt is Laid in wide Flat Kilts with a deeply smocked breadth on one Side and very full straight drapery in the Back. There is an open bodice trimmed with Gold and Terra Cotta silk Gimp arranged a pointed ornaments. The Waistcoat a of Moss Green Peau de sole closely smocked tiny bits of Gold and Terra gotta silk showing at each Point of the smocking. The Vest buttons at the Back under the bodice upon which there Are Freen velvet Revere. The French visit though far from from novel in design is still an exceedingly popular wrap with mature women who do not feel just satisfied with the diminutive toy Pelerine and shoulder coverings that so largely abound just now. These Butterfly of Are too Small and too elaborately decorated to please their More practical tastes and a comfortable Aud Suita ble medium Between the Long new markets Pelissey etc., and the Little bodice with a pair of wings is found in the garments first mentioned. The shape is ample Graceful and exactly appropriate for the Dressy Seu Sibla Wear of matrons. New parisian Gonna show striped fabrics intermixed with Plain Materi als in every Grade of costume from the simple House dress to the very grand Toilette for full dress Wear made of Lyons Feille striped with shot velvet or with a Pompadour brocaded in heavy Turc Satin alternating with one of Poult de sole. Persian brocaded stripes on Apricot silk Are exhibited and magnificently illuminated Broche satins striped with velvet bands outlined at the edges with Gold or Silver imitating Gimps and Gal loons. Many of Tho inexpensive stuffs in Serge Camel s hair Tweed and armure Are striped with narrow lines of the new Rich autumn colors these both wide and narrow. It Oan not be affirmed that All fashionable women Are wearing costumes that match throughout since there is no longer one Universal Mode of dress ing. However it is very certain that Tho fashion of wholeness in tha make up of certain costumes is Vecy popular. For example a gown of Rich Golden Olive cloth reveals the foot of the drop skirt the Vest Collar and cuffs of Ecru Pilot cloth braided with Green and Gold so tache. The hat whether a Toque or turban is of the cloth of tha Costuma trimmed with a braided band of tha Ecru fabric and tha Muff fur lined will be made of Oliva cloth trimmed with a similar t. Fast. Mrs. Cleveland s ctr Tat which muted to her bar the president. Mrs. Cleveland s engagement ring not As is generally supposed the Beautiful Diamond which she wears just above her wedding ring but is a Large old fashioned Seal ring which now adorns the president s Finger. There u quite a Little history attached to this ring and tha Way it came to be be stowed upon mrs. Cleveland. A few Days before the departure of mrs. Folsom and her daughter for Europe it will be remembered that the president went on to new York for the purpose of seeing and bidding them Good Bye. It was upon this occasion that the president first definitely asked mra. Cleveland to become his wife and fixed the Date of their marriage immediately upon her return to this country. Taking from his Finger the real ring which he had worn for years and which had been originally a gift from or. Folsom the president placed it upon her Finger intending almost immediately thereafter to Forward her the handsomest Diamond that could be found. This plan mrs. Cleveland her self ultimately changed a she decided it would be less Likely to attract Atten tion if during her stay abroad wore the old Seal ring which had be longed to her dead father. On the Day of her marriage As la Well known mrs. Cleveland received a magnificent ring and necklace of Soli from the president Diamond pins for the hair and breast from Secretary Whitney and mrs. Whitney in addition to numerous other Small gift of a similar nature from others. But curiously enough the first Diamond ring which mrs. Cleveland possessed a tiny Little Star of diamonds which she wore upon the Little Finger of the right hand on the occasion o of water. Every few Days the faithful of Ileal would come bounding toward the House dragging a dripping Chlu. By his Teeth that he had saved front t watery grave. Then the dog Wuu be petted by the family and fractal and made much of. Yet it did t to make him proud. He looked at Calm and indifferent As it saving child from drowning waa one of us Ordinary events of Lite scarcely Worth speaking at All in fact to what had done u the old country where he had rescued two or three whole familial before breakfast. But this thing of bringing Homi drenched children got to be rather toe frequent not to excite suspicion and i watch was set of the devoted Friend at Man and children. It was discovered that a had a Babit of pushing a Chiu into tha War when a favourable Opportunity offered and then plunging in with ostentatious Zaal to Rescue it the Newfoundland dog was discharged without a recommendation the St. Bernard dog a hotel Ner for a hostelries Way up among us Alps. He finds who an floundering around in the Snow Tat bewildered to remember what their Cook s ticket directs them to Pul up at and runs them into the 8t Bernard conducted on tha Europe Sif Tinai. Her marriage. This ring was the gift of a Friend in new York who had known mrs. Cleveland from childhood and who hearing her men tion the fact that she had never owned a Diamond sent the Little glittering itar from Tiffany s the Day before bet departure for Washington when Sha came on to be married this Friem waa among the number of those who came on in the same train and Wai present at the Washington Lattur. Dogs and their ways. Of the Newfoundland St. Bernard give us an article on write a correspondent. A dog Collar is an article on dogs la a Flea which will you have the dog is called the Friend of Man and it a True that he is frequently seen running after him particularly when Man a trespasser or the dog ii Are Many kinds of dogs. The Newfoundland dog seems born with an instinct for saving Chi Drai from drown info. It will hang arum science and Industry. Growing is the tilth a importance of the agricultural Industrial in the United states and Only by Corn Hay wheat Cotton Aad Oats. Series of experiments lately made by a French machinist Are to have proved that steel weight by rust twice As rapidly cart Troa when exposed to moist Ajr. To prof. Potter up halt. The article of prominent commercial importance of the present Day we used in the building of the Tower e Babel and other ancient structures. New system of lighting called the Lucien will be used at the Wyandotte shipyard. It is made by crude Petroleum and air pumped by a Small engine the flame being three feet High. Discovery and utilization of natural Gas have proved a powerful stimulus to the manufacture of pipes and tubes in this country there Are cow Miles of Mains in United for conveying natural Gas. A Case of deafness a result of gazing for a few seconds at a powerful electric arc has been reported to the French Academy of sciences. Tha symptoms disappeared after about an hour and a half but returned on a repetition of the Experiment. Cli Arcot the great French physician says that children under sixteen can not have their brains Over worked. No forcing he asserts will get out of them More cerebral work ban the brain will accomplish with iut fatigue. It is not till after the age of sixteen or eighteen that for conc comes possible. International Congress of nearly Ive Hundred physicians lately in Ion in Paris was practically unanimous that consumption or tuberous Lomeii is contagious and transmissible be Ween Mau and beast. There was unanimity also As to the prime necessity if boiling milk and cooking meat Well As a preventive of much of the sumption which now afflicts the human Raca. Has shown that porous Terra Cotta bricks and Best resist the action of fire water and Frost. Next to these As fire resisting comes concretes Aud Burnt Clay work. Tor buildings intended to be fire proof tha Best materials Are Iron work in cased in porous Terra Cotta with tile or Irick work in roof and floor and construction. The hollow aced with vitreous tile slate or any Good weather proof coating or with single thickness of Brick. Is not generally known Tays the mining re Vieto that important mining operations Are carried on in the Arctic 3ircla. Cryolite is carried from Green and to Philadelphia by the Chip Load to be used in making candles. Exten Sive Copper mines have been worked for a Long time in Finland. Most of the work of mining has to be done under ground and the workmen in deep mines suffer from heat consequently it is apparent that mines can be worked As profitably in these High m in our own country. Dastre a French physiologist who has been experimenting with Ani Mals to determine the nature of sea sickness reports that after they had been subjected to various Kinda of motion corresponding to the rolling and pitching of vessels he found their intestines strangely displaced. He concludes that a similar disturbance produces seasickness on Board ships. Co Caine is said to be an excellent remedy. Another French physician who with or. Dastre As to the causes of sickness claims to have discovered two infallible remedies one a mixture of atropine and strychnine and theothor caffeine. _ pungent paragraphs. Life below stairs in England a nothing to the Low life above stain in some other o. Pica Yune. Policeman died in Decatur the other Day with yellow fever. Nobody know How a caught Wathington Post. By their doctor s Bulle tins All the treat men who fall ick continue to improve until they y. Telegram. Ancients believed that the Earth was Square but then they had never had any dealings with a travel ing free press. Comic opera has just been writ ten which deals with base Ball matters. If there is an Umpire in it. It would be better described As a str Post express. Denver Fortune Toller could not Tell what would happen if she at tempted to fill a lighted hero ene lamp and this defect of foreknowledge War the death of y. Sun. The morning Kro Nikle a witty paper2" second Jour used to first journal did you leave second a fest con. Of the strangest of a displayed by the Rural pos mistress who has to examine the message Side of a postal card to determine in Box it puck. Advises Young men to strikeout this is particularly Good work a in strictly literary character of a Mill Pond for Days at a time watch High Grade the Vowel Points Are nol for Opportunity to win a Meda used. It a chiefly to Ordinary Reading it humane society. If no such. For tie multitude that these Are Intro-1 it yer Young new Mug they Gnu

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