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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1885, Cambridge, OhioThe Cambridge vol. 53. Cambridge Ohio thursday january 1, 1885. No. 34. . T mid pm Mew in ibo Taylor Broek to atm. I. M. U., and medical Kwh Linton. O. C. In blow log. Whaling Ohio. A. At Muon of an Wam r c. Tay1ajb, m. Phye Clem surgeon vol us win Ain attention to Tawi Recal of attomxey8. At Law. B4 Plano slow Wosary in Law. Corner main am4 Pino Attella front wot Luccock attorney at Law. Of Flovin butting. In All Corm of the male prop lev it Tendil to. Ingle and Ottaw ird. It Law. Adjoining the Taylor Block. A. attorney at Law. Will practice in me of and adjoining counties opt i i to on i Corner of f n in a Auto cheap at Harriott ladies Arctic m men s Arctic i misses rubber overshoes ladies rubber overshoes men s rubber overshoes men s rubber boots the Best ladies Morocco shoe to be found in Cambridge for men s heavy boots boots we have the largest Stock of 25 25 50 50 i 00 i 75 75 to be found in Cambridge. Of a Harmison j. At Law out if tojan 1 me Foller Cambridge. of t c. Steeck attorney at Law. Off Coln he Loblon k i in id own prompt great bargains b. Doug Mickey attorney at la v aa4 Molair Pablo. Farm m i Mutton want of of few u it National Bank. Spa lob so it. At Law Taylor Blu Iii Avenne of Iii t7obkkt am Jomp attorney at Law. Prompt attention liven to collodion Anil talk to e. Hawk isl a attorney at Law. Public attorney at Law. Will in to Contu of and adjoining con then. In its Nair Irr bonding no hotel8. Olio overcoats and underwear the Best tonic. Till i combining lion pm Timil Tumo Topilin i Elf k by Yuul for Iii it ii is nil it Jihnu Ici Nul and . I for of Tho Tunt it is inv Lunan in. Tuomi ii Anil All Ulio Cuil s a tool sent Hilnic const put r Jonii Umi Ichii Tutti. In lir Krliu sni it 1 ii Lii s Pic s i in lion Timil ii la it s court hmm and ill Rumik. Anj.1 in lii1. Tie null Cut s Anil Civi i in Ink Rel Tlell. Ivins int Utku a look in Lii Ini Natl Lud Lilii s Chi i Mother. iwo Nui Kun u. bib. Nov ill i r n r or r r 1st, i d or in Graff Mother to Tao Lici a in doctor in Iho her simple Vetn Estios Vittli ill most on sos. Without Tho Uso of herbs Mcc Licul science would to Power Lynn incl Yot Tho Toni Doit a of Tho times is to neglect thou Chat Tor Turbo powerful Juno the to Ucb but seriously in to lbs House we. A . Kirk zakesv1luc. Ohio. With Tala hotel la a Aad Lively Tolm a Davis livery and Sale stable. O no Homm Abo mi8oellas eoc8. Tout co v plumbing shop Mook inn Pip Anllo we e and tit Mani. A Havetta kit Pluitt nil tub Best or in Horl Yarik a. Warn Lor Milnw. Dona on Abar Tatlor. J. Hot Rich Ovll and mining Ingle or Aad bar Cor. Onart Block Cunt in april v4-tf potty by co., stoneware of All m1ib Rasa Jan. Fruit Cana a Lor Hou Aale Ciao Flowitt Psi Way do Waad Lawn Vaan Plain and Onao Mitat. Ail work Low t Olim Miller and hair Dormer. Atm Oluic in hair ditting Ham Poona an i in approved 1 k Ktuk. Furniture dealer to a. Of Mottle and Thalheimer Baltimore clothing House Call Early and avoid the Rush auction. Auction. At Kohn s store. Our goods must be sold within of Days. Therefore we will sell goods at your own Price and the sooner you come Tho better it will be for you. We positively do not wish to move any goods. Auction night commencing at o clock. Kohn Brothers inn combination of fully trom the Loti Luoi n regular physician who used this proscription Ini Cly in in tin into Gnu do Grout l a a it to Ticino used by Many phonic Man. Loi k1hxkv Imit Kkt Rory in Irvas a pc .s.v, off Kii a Tjoa a. And Whilo curing will it Hurt the syn Tom. Or. C. J. Roc co a Well known Iron Man of Sato Harbor pa., writes my Ion Postr Ottil m Pond no. Wii Linn and i in i i Thi ii writ for h Lorili Silitti Ham Lii a Hort to Nuutt by a. A. Schiell Entrago druggist 717 St. Clair Street Cleveland o., writes hittite i inn of to. Ami Ilo in in by noun of i i Olilia tall a i inn in our i h Misi Iler Herb bitters co., d2s co Morco bt., Philadelphia. Parker s pleasant worm syrup never fails Limm a n r _ old and Silver c3r o o is a i 12 cheaper Money will prove this a rations it you Avan t a Good Gold watch a Silver watch a Gold Chain a pair of bracelets a King of Silver plated Ware of ant or style the met Tiik Malmst. A tall of Brandum now Stanlly of band Mck a 11 an notary Public and Surveyor Ohio. All Tor or will Pino tip and Stolo la Tom pm Staab Waltl do Mil to _ _ up r. Huntck. Don test. Tui Witbart Nln by of Man k. Dalor in Marblo of Helnn do pm. Hemleb us muck for Octan cull to a Sadeh Burn qua Moor my Maui a in m country. Tabs abm aha to swim Mutof of my Klade it oho. To sol m omm to of cml Omi Olio. Geo Ivie Redith in select poetry. The dying year. Hartford times the year n dying the sad Oil year noun Down to it flu t p it Juhl Iti Clit Oil is will a Fulling uni aim in Iho is fore vim past t jul lock Cru i ii Ami Aht Onu to Lipini Ith breast Ami huh ill co n giant in inon Rauluk act urls to Bear it Awny to Ruht. . Catalogue free in application. Ii s Milt Uli ent m w Ersi i l s Pill m vhf i i j i Nauru in to i no n i Mihir h i in Stan in. I. H in new util Holof u Lipus lost Al Limi i 1 i i Neil 1 1 my Pel .6. I nth liitle ii an or a Eow Lorii i ii i iils. Or Man. I Irtoli i Itu Italy Ltd i Hii Mikil Oscar close proprietor Worcester mass. Sippora. Overshoes rubbers Etc. Women s Fine shoes. Burt Packard s shoes a special to the Best Stock in town. He Belli at Low prices 9thiotly fou mud Ermine a food f 1h Cluni a i Edest equipped Railroad in the world. 1 to 1 Ini act Xvi Kumhi a d Lent who Chicago Rai l Way k i licht Unitt a Hortet route to Tirl from f Hir nud Uri l a i Nril Hon in l lint l in in nil Well Poh Tuil univ is Wlk i tool from California and Colorado it our autos us Host route and tie Short line Between Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis c he Vilii. Vlad Loii for i Len wiil buy win. Wino in i Llila hip Litls Iii , Algonia. Clinton Maimi Allown free Rel of fool 1u., Are among Hul local Sta ods Lih to Lew of lilo Dit microns a Ollhof n tn1 ii v Ivy Len Riih Rind in n ils coach Khz Ali Cli lire Hie it St Tanir Hiim nit Ait in l Nan n All its 1 aim tial Hajj Kopino Cash Lilc h art1 Moik Lent in Rolot t and Frei am e it shia win hum Caks which arc in usurp is Ca by Uny Neil us we Ift North Western dining cars which not run by any other anywhere. In ulu irl it is that Tih ti1k Best jul ill l Echo Vul 1js Ohk world Allol inti rent n Villi Noril Wost my of Clit Idiku Yimsin Post Entres Hii Iii Mur Noud Hunting and fishing von tuts ii if by Tiu oui rat Lulien this . It out Shtind i a mils nver mlle of Rouchl Fenil Hui not Cnute Muity for its Mill Loua of Inus. Ault your ticket neut for Turk can via route am tack Nonu other. Al thu leg ticket of Kiich is u them. It ousts in More to travel on route that Given no Uii i it of tin impressive manner of their Dpi it in Moses when the mount Hin Koil and trembled accompanied by a thick Cloud und the sound of a irn net. Ten i Diun Adnil Nta Are pop i used in few words hut the same Are still morn i Tim imly i spit ssi d by to mis in answer 10 the Liv Usu lawyer master Uhi i is the of remit in he Law thou Fiealt the i by Iod with nil thy heart Anil with nil and with nil thy Luis us. Tiny Illus Liri a and . And Thi Wrid in like unto 11 thou All All Why thy self. On these i to i Mai Flint tits All the Law mid the in Iofi Reik i to Hie same i inject Sim Denbo snap they Aro in a i Joriet vim Zimry tin rumple a of All that relates to and by of elucidation ii devotes Pungi huf Ilio Trio Christ Ian in explain info their Nihan ii it in the natural spiritual and Celes Lial senses and in which to say no Man unless he knows Iho nature of word can by any Means comprehend that i hero is in icily in All think the Ieiri May lie compared to u k us which in capable of growing n tree and an abundance of seeds which come tamil at Iii i Ste Kelher form a Garden the seeds of this again Conn Ellior Dens and to on to inf Lily. Such k thu word do the lord in its particulars and such especially is the de Calouro Tor this j it teaches love to roil and the m la Bur a ail epitome of the to thrill hence it appears love is Tho Ereat underlying principle of the command Ami what appears on first Tihoi Vuht strange and perhaps incredible is obedience to the second Coin Man Mont As above summon Iii d by it brim a Brucch of Eiliene to Tho first in spank Iii of what is usually called the last judgment and after Sepa rating the righteous from Iho Iho King is represented As sub stance to the Friner enter into the kingdom prop Rod for you for when i to ii hungry thirsts Strainer nuked sick and in prison be supplied my ious the thereupon that the had not Yuul the Opportunity of in i forming those acts of clarity to the to which he replied Inasi Niichi As have done it unto one of the least of these my Brethren be have Lone it unto isre Ause the wicked had nut aeta of Charity they were assigned to another place yet Thuv May have performed acts of Chanty As Well As Hie Ritchie Riib but from false motive ii is the motive that determines Tine Chinitz As h does crime. To love fhe Gnu Thor implies the t or formanes of moral duties in his behalf on proper occasions. We must love him however with discrimination this Kond the Rood Alan who May been an entire Alai it r to the Man who fell among a going Down from Jerusalem to Jericho was nevertheless pre eminently his neighbor by his Rood Oll Ifor. If it is possible for one to become entirely destitute of All Good la lilies he ceases to be a Man and has a come n Levil and should not be called neighbor. To love him would he to to evil a Inch finely is not required of such characters Are not possible this life and therefore All hero Are in a higher or lower degree. The same people to whom the com Ani Merith were committed on Ibe two bios of Stone concluded that though Ley should love the neighbor they ight also hate an enemy. Jesus Honor corrected that false out Mandod us to love tin enemy. This a seem a hard it but a Little Ull Clion should satisfy us to the can As Well As of its righteousness consider How soon society would be com Letell revolutionised and reformed All should make a determined of Ort to Lovo neighbor and enemy. In Ity would then soon disappear from Arth and a Paradise would be produced Ere resembling the Paradise above tit How is it possible to love an enemy he task is not difficult when we under Load that we Are required to love Only is Good qualities from the supreme Ove there is a gradual descending scale until we reach that Point where hatred which is perverted love begins. We May love an enemy in the lowest degree f the scale and thus obey the commandment. Perhaps a True test of its Observance is this if the alternative is resented would we prefer doing him n Avor in preference to an injury. If so we love him. But Lovo in not always Vinced by Nam giving. From love the Hild is chastised and the criminal in Niso cd Anil punished. Tho commandments were not first committed to the israelite. They were Nown and obeyed by the human race rom its origin otherwise they would no Lavo been delivered to Mosea As the Mica prior to that time would have be Omo extinct by reason of their untre trained brutal propensities. We cannot Lier Eforo overestimate their importance nil should diligently obey them our Elvis them to our children a the Complex of All True religion. Ii. A farm for Sale the farm a veil by Alexander five my i in wont of Cambridge on the a Loual Bond containing in acres. I improved Good and barn Rob at. Mil watered zip. Will by Laid at vary a Nankin s Force Laid Tower. Tyllo to ill of Woll Deis. The City of Yunkin onco tie a Pilot of China Tva for centuries been famous to the Barm runs of the outer work for it8 porcelain relic o t he Splon ilor of Ita ancient before i Ekin usurped its dignify As the the pm Pirp. The place a now to u great extent a City of ruins and the City proper has shrunk to one for la of in former dimensions. Tho 1 of Clain Tower was built Early in the Fly Tecklh Century by the order of the emperor Birnn Loh Anil As a work of filing pity. It was it Monu ment to the Mcmoy of his Mother and lie determined that its Beauty should As far of Ulphino thai of any similar Mumn rial is the trims Endust Virtues of Hie Parent in her Koh h eyes surpassed those of rest of her sex. Expense was spared in ils erection and Ith total Rost is Cuti us cd it More than three Ijnar ters of a million of our own Money. The was commenced at noon of a certain Day in and occupied nearly Twenty yearn in us completion. The total height of the i or Cclain Tower was More than 201 feet in1 about equal to Ilia of the Monument in London Anil it was fared from top to Bottom with Tho finest Mclain glazed and coloured. It consisted of nine , surmounted Liya Spirn on the Summit of which n Ball of brass richly Gilt. From this Ball eight Iron chains to Many projecting Points of the roof and from each Chain was suspended u Bell which Hung Over the face of the Tower. Tie tame arrangement was carried out in every Elory. Tieso Bells added much to the Graceful appearance of the Tower break ing ils path Erwine formal and monotonous outline hound tin outer face of each Story were several apertures for lanterns and when Thi he were All illuminated we Are told in Tho Manilo quent language of the chinese historian that their Light illuminated the entire heavens shining into Tho hearts of men Ami eternally removing human it is not Dif cult to however that the e of the Tower on such an occasion must have been Beautiful in the extreme. On the top of the Tower were placed two Largo Brazen vessels and a bowl which together contained various costly articles in the nature of an alluring and a Charm to Avert evil influences. Among theol were several pearls of various colors each sup posed to possess miraculous properties together with other precious stones and .1 Quantity of Gold acid Silver. In this collection designed Torepi sent the Best Trei Imit 9 of the state Weie also placed a Box of Tea some pieces of silk and copies of Somo ancient Climete the Tower was demolished the tar rebels in a soil. by Mac Liim. I w York Kin. Tho report of the arrest of Lucy Mai pm for Unno Vint business men by a Euginio and reciting poetry was read by a Man in o Ean in this state now Stop Ping in this City. She is Well known in he Ami her Peculiar notions have made her the subject of much comment. Mos of the townspeople have met her at some time arid a Little while of Lenuard have been mimis a Quarter for was a beggar. She h the youngest daughter of Cap Lam Jonathan Mcclem of revolutionary , who hiring that War lived in i him Bill moved to piping Ville 1 be county lion there Lucy and her Sisters came to mean. She in her to Unger Silajs the leading belly of the town pretty talented and Jay her admirers were Many. She was constantly writing poetry and was a h contributor to the columns of Lodicy Ira Liam and the Knickerbocker. On one occasion she attic cd a school master in a satire. Ilo had Given some of enoc to her and this was her method of leveller1. It was a remark Abl production. Okan was Ilion Only a Hamlet where literary ability was not appreciated but her tub Tih in this direction were gratified by correspondence with m rites one of whom was Longfellow. While yet Young she formed lie acquaintance of the late chief Justice Sal Mon 1. Chase and in time an engage ment of Mai Ridge was contracted Between them. This was broken off suddenly and from that Lucy fac Lem has not been the Posen. Little by Little her mind became afle led and for Noar by u Quarter of a Century she has been a want Crri depending on the Charity of 11ik of woman. La pm Balcun. The Spring yield Ai several Days ago Yuul a Story about a Young lady in cynic open fails mass., named Ida ferry who was alleged to have hair which would Trail half a Yard on the Llor notwithstanding she was of medium height. I know a charming lady in this City who honors hip who has blonde hair As Fine As the thinnest of spun silk which measures Over two Yards in length. Jint probably the finest head of hair in the world is that of wife of Jar. Halstead the editor of the Cincinnati she is a Beautiful woman to Start with and her hair is More than waking american architect. An old problem of the psychologists has been revived by a letter to la nature written by a French business Man who mentions that for fears he has been in the habit of waking himself at any hour in the morning he wished simply by impressing upon his mind before go ing to sleep the fact that he must awake at hint time and saving Inether that he Seldom varies live minutes from the moment which a had assigned himself. To have a very distinct recollection of Many instances in which we have our selves tried the Experiment with Success and at one time when it was necessary for a period for us to Wake on certain Days of the week at a very Early hour to take the first train to the place where our services were then needed we had an Opportunity of study ing the circumstances under which this Peculiar species of self control is most easily exercised. During this period we found no Gilill Mculty in waking regularly within about five minutes of the time Neue Saar to enable us to reach the train comfortably although for a m of the time this involved us in getting up Long before Daylight but we discovered also that in order Tor Wake with precision at Iho Light moment and rest quietly until it arrived it was necessary to look at our w Atli just before to sleep. Ii we neglected this precaution we were Apt to sleep uneasily waking first an hour or Mote before the proper allowing ourselves in consequence Only Short naps afterwards until tiie minute arrived forgetting up. Whatever part of our mind it might have been that took Craigo of waking us seemed to begin its count of the hours from the time at which we composed ourselves to sleep and if we did not inform ourselves of thin our conscious reckoning was correspondingly Uncertain and the Effort to Wake vague but if we took a Clear note of the time in the evening to could sleep peacefully through the whole of the allotted inter sure of being aroused at or near its expiration. Another condition of waking we found to to the occurrence of some Small external event through which As it were the internal Effort could take effect upon our senses. A very Trif Lincir flutter of a Leaf outside tie window the chirp of a Bird or any other of the unnumbered sounds of Early sul Lucient if it happened at the right time to Wake us by a sort of magnifying process which at that moment gave the Power of startling us by a nude which would at other times be unnoticed but without such sensible impression we think we should not have waked. In fact on one or two occasions we remember to have been impressed with a dim consciousness of waiting for something to happen before waking and a moment later a tilling sound would open our senses w Ith a Little Shock. To the necessity of waiting for this impression Small As it might be we were Dis posed to attribute the variations of a minute or two either Way from the exact moment assigned for waking which might otherwise be kept with exact punctuality. U8eful and womanly. Queen Victoria in the training of her daughters followed the German rather than the English system. They were not Only educated in the languages and sciences which must is Learned in text books but in Houte Wiford fwing and All branches of Domestic knowledge at the Philadelphia exhibition 1876, Home delicately Fine napkins were exhibited which bad been Woven by the Queen and Princess Beatrice. The Princess Louise in Canada waa accustomed not Only to order the Meala for the governor general s household but frequently to make a pudding or entree with her own hands. The Princess Alice found use for her knowledge when Tho costly War in Hesse Cassel drove her to practise strict econ Mies in taming and altering Dressea of her Little girls. The Queen s eldest daughter Hie Crown Princess of Prussia regulates her household in the minutest details and keeps an account to a Penny of the income and outgo of each depart ment. How Many of the daughters o Ameri can millionaires or even of the professional men of Small income could do likewise an englishwoman who is working great reforms As to the employment of her own sex after a recent tour through this country remarked that the most Surpris ing feature of our social life to her was the inability of the women to use their hands. They were Clever enough in their memory of text books but unpractical and helpless outside of them. Two essays which appeared lately on our school system by Well known Lead ers of opinion Trench on the same subject. They propose that the school term or daily hours should be abridged one half to allow the pupils to learn some thing outside of forty years ago the daughters of a family no matter How Large its income were trained to take share in the House hold work. They could sweep dust a room Cook a meal do up Fine laces or make cake. The wives of our earlier Virginia presi dents washed their own Silver and Dainty cups after breakfast each Day. The soil s inhabitants. Were the human inhabitants of the Globe As numerous As Are the humblest of servants the Earth Worms every i arc of land would have to sustain a i great City. In his importance of the work done by the Worms in fitting the soil for the use of lants Darwin estimated that 26.8so of he creatures existed in an acre of old pasture land while Jensen Nave the number for Garden soil As Kugi per acre. Recent researches by or. T. A. I Urquhart indicate that these Liguria Are much too Low for some localities As in n pasture near Auckland new zealand he has found per acre with an aggregate weight of More than 000 pounds. If you Are suffering from rheumatism or neuralgia do not postpone a trial of the great specific Athol photos till you see puffery of it in newspapers. That Yon will never see. It is not a remedy which needs to be bolstered by talk. It makes itself known and Felt just where you want Relief and that in by far the bet Tralis. As a s. Thompson Mil Ford esteemed Here be wet m Medicine it it is of that Peculiar tint or stride that Titian loved to mixture of Brown and spun Gold that is rare to human sight. It in wonderfully thick and when uncoiled mid combed out covers her like a Sheet of water fall. Its exact length i do not know but it is certainly longer than the hair described in the Springfield i Pulilli Iii besides being in color and texture a Miracle of Beauty. Hfl1ev in Wirbit Uoc lors. Ii Ondon truth. It seems that Witch doctors still flour ish in Scotland especially in Koss Shire. We Are assured that in Plait belief in wich Craft is not infrequently associated with ostentatious professions of religion self righteousness and indent Sabba it a common it appears. For wit in doctors to gave fishing Maeks or give them immunity from the perils of the deep which is done by spitting on the boat under the cover of darkness in scribing cabalistic characters on it with a Wand and muttering gaelic incantations. The witchdoctor a in great de Mand too for diseases of the Eye. To effect a cure it is necessary that the pro Fessor of Deni n i copy should receive his fees beforehand and should not see the patient he goes through a series of contortions and incantations at Home. Probably a Good Many other people would like to bet handsomely paid for the same sort of work. And All this Witch Craft nourishes in religious and educated Scotland ii Man Antiquity. While the great Antiquity of the human race has been established beyond a doubt it is impossible to assign any accurate Date to Man s first appear Ance upon Earth. In making sound Ings in the Slimy soil of the Nile says x. Joly of the science faculty of Toulouse two baked bricks were discovered one at a depth of Twenty the other of Twenty four Yards. If we Esti mate the thickness of the annual Deposit formed by the River at eight inches i Century we must assign to Tho first o these bricks an nge of j years and to the second that of by Means of analogous calculations Burmeister s imposes years to have elapsed since Tho first appearance of Man upon the soil of Egypt and Draper attributed to the european Man who witnessed tin last glacial epoch an Antiquity of More than years. Do Ivan to a Katie. It May be remembered that Brussel was shocked some months ago by the suicide of one of its the writer of Tho Anonymous letter which led to the act has now been Trie and sentenced. M. Gobert expert i handwriting of the Bank of France tirely confirmed the testimony Olen the belgian experts i respect to the writing adduced being those of a Public hous keeper. Vander Elst had a spite gains Dekinderen Devadder s old clerks by failing by Means of Anonymous letter to undermine the clerk s character wit Devadder began to attack the latter making charges against him a various quarters. When these Anonymous charges became known to Devadder the so painfully on hts mind that to a Cannon i1all. Se5tsates, London family Herald. M. Lionnil Kiuse the French savant served in n Apoleon s army and was resent of Many engagements. At the attic of in he was in the eat of the fray the ranks around him and been terribly thinned by shot and t Sunset he waa nearly isolated. While loading his Musket he was shot Down f a Cannon Ball. His impression was Tat the Ball Nassed through his legs be w his Knees completely severing them r he suddenly Sank Down shortened s he believed to the extent of about a of in measurement. The trunk of the Ody fell backward on the ground and in Man s senses were paralysed by the lock. Thus he Lay motionless among in wounded and dead All night not Aring to move when consciousness partially returned lest the loss of blood lond be fatally increased. That he it no pain be attributed to the stunning Floc of the Shock on his nervous system id he was Stilt mentally too numbed to e Able to reason As to Why he did not eed to death. At Early Dawn he was roused by one of the medical staff who ame round to help the wounded. What s the matter with you my Good said the surgeon. A touch tenderly replied m. Bouti ouse a Cannon Ball has carried off in the surgeon examined the lbs referred to and then giving him a Ond shake said with a loud laugh Jet up with you there s nothing the alter with your m. Bout Bouse Prang up in utter astonishment and Ood firmly on Tho legs which he had Longhty lost forever. I Felt More thank than i bad Ever Felt in in whole course of my life before. I had of a wound about me. I had indeed Een shot Down by an immense Cannon All but instead of passing through my legs As i firmly believed it had the Ballad passed under my feet and had touched a Hole in Trie Earth beneath at East a foot in depth into which my feet id duly Sank giving me the idea that had been thus shortened by the loss of in advised. Advice costs nothing and most men Are willing to give it even when it is Noi asked for or needed. A Good Deal of Rea life can be recognized under the Carica Ture Given Here trom an Exchange. The owner of a handsome House appeared in front of it the other morning with a step ladder and saw and began the work o trimming up his Shade Trees. While he was at the first limb a pedestrian halted and queried to trim sour Trees he us i see. First rate time to trim Trees. Us. he had t got two squares away before number two came along and called out going to trim your Trees a i see. Ought to have waited a month the limb was off when number three halted stood for a moment with Bis hands in his pockets and then asked to trim your ought to have done that last number four said that april was the Roper month. Number five would t rim a tree except in May. Number six bought november the Best time of the ear. Before the first tree was finished in seventeenth pedestrian halted threw Way the stub of his Cigar and loudly do going to trim your times the Man Hung his saw to a limb got own off the ladder and spitting on his ands he walked up to the inquirer and supposing i am what Are von Gong to do about it of answered the other As e dodged around a pile of bricks. I As simply going to ask you if you used Aror porous plaster to cover the the citizen got his saw and ladder and disappeared in the House and the re finder of the work was done at night. Who s a Hoosier. journal. A Story is told by some of the old Resi dents of the states to the effect that the word was first applied to Ludi Anian. About the time Madison was the renter of a Large pork Trade and the of a Hundred Miles around would drive their hogs there in great droves. The Peculiar noise they kept up a driving the something like 1 Loo in Hoo in to their leg called by a corruption of the sound Hoo the Story if True would make the origin of the word comparatively re cent and it can not be accepted will credence for the reason hat the Palm pork poly Days of Madison were Long after the hoosiers had become known. The first that is known of the word appearing in print waa in 1830, when John Finley the Wayne county poet wrote a new year s foam for e l tit id a Hoosier s in which a description of tiie Pioneer Cabin in Indiana is Given the poem in the Light of one the traditional stories gives something of an idea of the manner in which the word came into use. The first few lines read i m told in Riding somewhere West. A 8lraoger found Booster s id other words a Buckeye Catt. Taftt big enough to hold its Bat air was of Hie Borders of a Prairie and. Fearing be might be Neul Kutei. He balled the House and then the Hoosier met him at the door their nalu Latsons Coop were o or. It was the custom among the Early no neers in Indiana in travelling he country to Hail a Catavu by calling out who lives and who s about the time of the treaty of with the indians in and when the state was very sparsely led travel was attended by great Dan Gers and no Man Ever Rode away from Home without a Rille. As a common precaution of safety when a traveler saw in the distance the smoke from a Camp or Cabin tire he would Call out. Upon coming hearing distance. Who s and trom the response he would know if he waa among friends. From a corruption of this form of Saluta Tion the people of Indiana were oiled hoosiers. Doubtless settlers in writ ing Back to friends at their old Homes would say that they were Here among the and in a few years the appellation sprang into general use. Gen. W. , whose researches in the Early history of Indiana have been thorough and who May be accepted As authority Days that this is the True Ori Gin of the word and 50 per gallon for his whiskey. In ther words he pays if2.for his whiskey and to the Man for handing it Over lie bar to say nothing about the water dded. Now if you must drink make our wife your bar keeper. Lend her o buy a gallon of whiskey for a begin Ning Ami every time you want a drink o to her and her ten cents for it. F she Waters it per cent which will in none the worse for you by the time of have drank a gallon she will have 3.12, or enough to refund the Bor owed of you to for another gallon f whiskey and have a balance of she will be Able to conduct further oper on her own capital and when you come an inebriated unable to support a ourself shunned and despised by Al respectable persons your wife will have n keep you until you get ready o till Adru Karil s grave. Strange antipathies. The following Are a few of the More striking manifestations of that Unac countable feeling of antipathy to certain objects to which so Many persons Are subject Ami with instances of whirl a modified form Leople Are acquainted Erasmus though a native of hotter Lam had such an aversion to fish thai the smell of it threw him into a fever. Ambrose pare mentions a gentleman who never could see an eel without faint ing. There a an account of Anotle r gentle Man who would fall into convulsions at the sight of a Carp. A lady a native of France always painted on seeing boiled lobsters. Other persons from the same country experienced the same inconvenience from the smell of roses though partial to the odor of Oseph Scaliger and Peter Abono never could drink milk. Cardan was particularly disgusted Al the sight of eggs. Low Bates of b. Csc The Baltimore and Ohio a usual Wil extend Holiday greetings in the shape o round trip tickets at greatly reduce rates Over their entire system. The Low rates go into effect at All stations on the trans Ohio divisions on the Twenty third and those who go to take Christ Mas Turkey with friends May remain until new year and enjoy themselves to the utmost. If they do not want to go on that Date they can Purchase tickets on the Twenty fourth Twenty att and thirty first of december also on Janu Ary 1st these tickets Are All Good to return until january 2d, inclusive. The plan adopted by Thi company of issuing bound trip ticket has been in Vogue for several years and has become not Only popular with the patrons Bat quite in a Peca diary Point of View. For farther information Lee Largo he healthy fruit. A Lazy dyspeptic was bewailing h s in misfortune and speaking with a on the Hearty appearance. What do you do to make yourself so Trong and inquired the Dys epic. Live on fruit what ind of the Init of Industry and i am never troubled with indices damages Fob Wiio Oping Couch. In a Case recently tried in the United states circuit court at new York dam Ages were asked against a person be cause he had taken his children to a boarding House when they were sick with the whooping cough. The child of the proprietor took the disease in this Way and seme of the boarders left the House and went elsewhere. The court held that damages must be awarded for whatever loss resulted from the bringing i the disease to the House. The Opin Ion of the judge is in part As follows the defendant took his children when had whooping rough a contagious disease to the boarding House of the plaintiff to Board and exposed her child and children the other boarders to it who took it. The jury Lound that this was done without exercising care to pre vent taking the disease into the Board ing House Bhe was put to expense care and labor consequence of her child having it and boarders were kept away by the presence of it whereby she lost profits. Wen s which import the charge of ing a contagious distemper Are in these us actionable because prudent people will avoid the company of persons hairs such distemper. The carrying of persons infected with pious disease along Public thoroughfares so As to endanger the health of other travellers i indictable As a no samples. Will you want a Sample room sked a hotel clerk of a guest who had ust registered. No was the pompous reply i am a lawyer sir not drummer. I am not Selling Merchan ise. I am Selling a i said the clerk. Of course you on t want a Sample room when you on t carry draft houses. The following i a synopsis of a lengthy article which appeared in the Chicago Tribune consisting of inter news of its reporters with the leading raft horse dealers of America. It was leaded As follows Breeding of draft of the important industries of the Prience of dealers who handle horses merits of Percheron Clydesdale and English of All leading Deal is in new York and Are unanimous in preferring the French Breeds Over All others As they Are More enduring Best Dis positioned stand the pavements Best and bring higher the Tribune reporters were instructed o procure opinions As to the relative merits of the Rifle ent Breeds of draft Lorees being raised in this country and sold in their markets. The experience of dealers who sell perhaps horses annually directly to those who buy them o Wear out was thus obtained. This in formation is of immense value to those engaged in Breeding horse. Or. I. H. Dahlman of new York City said i handle Between ant horses annually. Of the draft horses i handle the greater proportion Xor Man Percheron. These horses Are docile intelligent easily broken steady in harness Power Ful and compactly built. They Are Short in the in the body and Broad in the Chest. They have the Best feet of any horses in America l do not want it understood that All Norman horses have these Good qualities. I have seen some imported that were As badly shaped horses As could be found. Long in the Back narrow waisted and not Worth their freight from France Here. That class of horses is Only imported by peo ple who buy them to sell not to in regard to the Clydesdale horses or. Dab Man said i will give Yon no criticism. I buy very few of them. I pre Fer to peas their stable and say nothing about them. From what i have said the Tribune readers i think will understand what Breed of horses i would recommend hem to c. H. Hayman. East 21th Street new York City said we handle about horses a year principally draft horses of All Clydesdale English and belgian. We handle More of the French than of any the others because the people like them better and will give higher prices for them than for any other Breed. They have More endurance and Are the Best Dis positioned horses we have. They mature sooner Are ready for the Market younger than the other Breeds. The clydesdales Are not so Well shaped nor Are their feet so Good we advise the Farmers of the West to Breed to the finest and Best bred Perch Irons to be the above opinions were the express Ion of Alt the other dealers interviewed with one or two exceptions. The object of All Farmers who Breed horses for use or for Market is to obtain animate that will mature the earliest and bring the most Money. In order to accomplish this purpose with the greatest degree of certainty the use of the finest Aad Best bred Percheron stallions is recommended and advised by nearly All the Deal ers. The finest specimens Ere with to tsar in toll Ift eczema. Eczema is one of the ugliest and most troublesome of All blood diseases. It proceeds from Humours in the blood which Are sometimes very difficult to eradicate. For five weary years or. J. D. Of Greendale va., suffered terribly Roui this disease. He writes finding no Relief in the Many medicines till i used Brown s Iron bitters i purchased Thiee bottles from the use of which i have obtained almost entire Relief. I recommend it to every one in my neighbor Hood for any disorder of the blood and As a general tonic. Lokic of the 1ieathbx Chinee. I the Ingleside. I suspect that we underage the mongol. The celestial with All his ignorance has is share of shrewdness. When Tome american capitalists were endeavouring to get the consent of the chinese mandarins to develop the Coal Fields of China their answer was at least not without diplomatic skill to we cannot permit it. First it will displace the Centre of Gravity and he world will Tumble Over second if it is a Good thing for Yon it is Good for that sums it up. We could aae All sorts of words about the effects of Parker a hair Balsam. But the simple truth is enough. It is the Best thing of its kind. Cures falling hair Dandruff dryness. Restores original color is a delicious dressing and perfectly pure and clean. You. The Only Standard it vill satisfy Doc. Dressing. 1-29. A a Uiese Fux bal. At the funeral of a wealthy chinaman in Carton Nevada the other Day the chief mourners threw Small barrels done up in Rice paper from the carriages As they were Gitig to the cemetery. A Small boy opened one of the parcels and found that it contained a dime. In a moment the Street was alive with boys of All Ages who fought with each other like Bashi Bazoukas to ret the Little parcels is they fell to the ground. Altogether nearly to dimes were distributed in this Way at the funeral. Always Haiti. Lord i with no very Large amount of either wit or Wisdom had a very exalted opinion of his own Powers. When once in Large company Erpa Tii Ting about himself he made the follow ing remark when i happen to say a foolish thing i always burst out i envy you four Happi Ness my said Charles Townsend for you Mast certainly live the Merri est life of any Man in Krope. Asie Eica s Puidk. True american men and women by reason of their Strong constitutions. Beautiful forms Rich complexions and characteristic Energy Are envied by All nations. Its the general use of or. Liar Ter s Iron tonic which brings about these results. 11-lm Glass bearings. Chicago Elmea. Glass bearings for journal boxes class shingles Glass pulleys Etc., have been tried with favourable recalls. Vessels have been sheeted with Glass instead of Copper with the most satisfactory re sults. Witt Glass pulleys especially for Cable roads friction a reduced to mini mum. Snail life. Are possessed of snails Are possessed of remarkable vitality. Or. R. E. C. Mentioned species Jle Tex which lived without food from to 1865, and which appeared to be in Good health after a fast of two years two months and sixteen Days. Both of theae species in habit nearly painless regions. Of thank his or. Was induced by read ing your food paper to try or. A m r. Iron for debility liver and and accept

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