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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - July 5, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge. Vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday july 5, no. 9. Pmv81ciarh. M. 1 part Yellan and turn Zifera Vic u t will t. Tii Imp ii 4 u Al or of blebs. Toft i t c. Mia Hull wki.u4, one. Maj to Taylor Block t. Ham Iky Phye clan and surgeon Houm. Sub of i. Alum Illus Plihal a. Of Bee la Wheeling he duo. A physician and surgeon. He mall Blum lob to mob by and u. U. Wall Drin attokhky8. Attorney Ait Law. Or Fourl to Iii notary in apr 11 Irr u a. Us Khum. Abl i h at Law Taylor Hul Liloni of ram it Ohlir. _ _ i akm k. Attorney at Law. Public tire. A Kapok. Attorneys at Law. No i 4 Hutch Lou Hullt Lui in trial Salt ill Hauk. Notary in h. Attorney at Law Aad notary Public. High Iii attention Louf once Over Humb Natl Ual hunk. Ike. We. S. M. Kern prop a a ankh. Of in. With Hila hotel la lame Anil Ati Tolk Lily key i own w. Naviha Ken livery and Goon and at k4tm. M. I. He Ulm. Mining Engineer. Fri Nair Hurc juror. Hew c. To Flarv Ibl Norl Houm. Oat Fink d Surveyor and Ingle or Ike. Ohio. Will i it Rul Liis to lamp lug 0lc a Louth j. C Ca Isakk neat agent. Nothing like pm Hornbrook s easy shoes for ladies. Hornbrook s Oxford ties for ladies. Hornbrook s toe slippers for ladies. Hornbrook s French kid hand turned shoes for ladies Hornbrook s easy shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s Southern ties for gentlemen. Hornbrook s bargains for All. A Cyclone s. Craig son s new Spring and summer goods we have the most extensive assortment of new Spring Wool dress goods and suiting Ever shown by us 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 paper at half last year s Price will Mcl Maui i in prop err. Watoru Lieut null incl nil to 4ealrlutf to Bay la Mun k Ott Cornor we i Hini Mill at m., i aubr Lilicy Viilo a Mem u. Ion. Is buggies and All no Lilure he a blvd really promptly r i claw fall lbs Iii wont Jun by _ Toykam an l w i kit Al i for Anil must on abort to plumbing mini tins la beat Luau Urr Raiana and Snellon aug Bath run Mij i. Nil Flikki Kimta Ijar of Utah i.iuhruo., Omeasoo court Huw main 10 of tip and Scaler in Tom bomb Hub Al Mac. Would do Well to 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 steel bails. A View of Taylor s All Gumont. Don t buy a cent s Worth of goods until you i of see our Stock plea. If you can t Call Send for Sam 8. Craig it son. Do not buy a Dollar s Worth of g unit Hant Mak i. And Meholik held Ali Umlor fill milk huh in of Public Al liw of up r. My nth. Bentlet. With input Palu by of a mow _ dry goods carpets Wall paper for i he two Weeka we have been considering col. Taylor s of who Paya the but we have neglected to note that col. Taylor deliberately misrepresent a what president Cleveland Emiil in Hia Meagann non Una theme. Col. Taylor positively that president Cleveland Sava that the duty on the imported Artic e raises the of the american product of the aame a tide an amount Eiju Al to the duty although this is True in Louie cages yet president Cleveland made no such Gen eral statement. Here is what the presi Dent Daiil and it differs materially from the statement imputed to him by col. Taylor 1 he Deliea now levied non foreign Livoda and product a Are culled Protection to Ihlefe Home Strait of they frailer u for those of our people who Are to make these taxed articles and Aell them for a Price equal to that demanded for Llu imported goods that have paid customs the president says that there Deliea a Fuji it Jan Iliff for our to sell their products or a Price equal to that of the imported goods plus the duties does not say that our manufacturers always do charge to that extent but these duties Render it possible or our Home manufacturers to Combine in trusts and ran up the Price of Iligir products to at to compel the con Dimeis to pay a sum at least approximately equal to the duty As a Bonus to them the Home manufacturers. This fact cannot be Fisic Vesaf Nelv contested and when col. Tay Lor attempts the feat makes him self ridiculous. We have heretofore examined some of Hia arguments in huh connection and we will now proceed to consider Hia great steel Kritil argument Hes avs the Price of steel rail in this coun try a n ton. The i ill is and the freight nah Init Al lax on imported Isaili tins ill curled from 50 a Ruiling to the Iree Tilaila theory of Tom president leaves tl2 us the British Price of steel Raila lint instead of this the British Price is instead of we have already shown that col. Tay Lor misrepresents the Plain words of the message when he Amienee that the presi Dent s theory in such As he describes in the above paragraph. Col. Taylor s language in misleading inasmuch As bespeaks a if the fixed and unvarying Price of steel rails in Una a auntry is just at the present time they Aie quoted at 50 and but they were up to a few months ago and Are now temporarily lower for reasons which we will give further along. Col. Taylor a a Little High in his Esti mate when he says that the freight on imported steel Raila is t during the past year the average Iro Iglitz charged upon a ton of imported steel rails including insurance were Only about 00. Here Are three misleading statements la the abort paragraph quoted from col. Taylor. Several Hundred hours ago a con cautioned Mankind against a com Mon form of deception. Trust said he servants who mislead or mis inform this warning is As Cable to Public Aei vants a it is to the Lomealia species. But let theae things Para and we will this steel rail illustration on Ita merits we will see if it does not substantiate the very claim put Lorth by Fie aident Cleveland and disputed by col Taylor. Two years ago legitimate Competition had reduced tie Price of steel Raila in Thia country to a ton. The eleven steel rail Mills in the unite4 states were then organised into the Bessemer steel association a Truat the first aim of which waa to Advance prices. In pm tie race of that aim Ita Meinberg decided to restrict production and tie Price was rapidly advanced until in reached a ton. Thia was the state of attain last fall when the Railroad Mana Gers entered into a combination to keep ant of the Market until tie Price for steel rails for delivery in 1sss should be reduced to Ilio a ton. Then ensued n protracted Kilkenny oat Mon ipoly pitted against aug Lei. The steel Trust rather than yield closed their Mills thua throwing out of employment thousands of men. So the situation remained until a few Mon a ago when a Coni Promice was Elle cled Liy which the railroads agreed to Taka steel rails at on insurance bomb crop la a oddly and town Ola Lorma ladies or children s Fraps until you see Raymond co. File Iii num. Of and re i Una til Kent last Ohio. N rat Olam Materiel to email to Heie. Bib . Mckaham notary Public and Surveyor malt him h. A Ali Ohio. All or taking a. Will Irvin station Maryll if they Are now making a great clearance Sale to make room for Spring goods and they guarantee to sell goods cheaper than any other store in Eastern Ohio. Fata Tnp it . Of Bill. Wood Kikm Vitur am Hluch Moko la Wood Kikm Vitur Ami for mar Jat what by Waul. To pro lion o All and no Perlor add rom k. K. Huli.1van. U. I. Ariu Iid. Teachers examinations. T loan Lar of Kimla for Lor Mabwa it Loebli now what was president Cleveland s claim that these Taitl duties Ren dered it possible for Home manufacturers to Aell their pro Duran for a Price equal to that demanded for the Gooda that have paid customs duty the average Price of British steel rails Lam year we about a ton. Add to tlia1 Price the duty and freight and you have which exactly the sum to which the steel Trust forced the Price of Tecl rails in 1887. If it bad not been for that duty the Truat could have never advanced the Price of Raila to High. We think Tia illustration of col. Conclusively establishes the truth of president Cleveland s claim. But col. Taylor holds that the foreign manufacturer pave our Tariff taxes at left after a Industry is firmly established in Thia country. Let us see about this. Referring to the Iran age of apr. We find the following a Sale of tons of foreign Raila is offered for delivery at new Orleans Lor 25." in the same paper in gullah rails Are quoted to j64 10s. To for convenience we will Call the trans action Tona adopting the calculation of a correspondent of the Dover n Jimlyn. The american Railroad com do Alk in ism. R Abell Oil and Well supplies steam and water steam and water gauges. Pumps fixtures and brass goods. Special attention Given to fitting of Mills factories and dwellings from an English Mill purchases one thousand ions steel Raila from the Penn Sylvania Mill paying not including freight were it not Tor our 917 Lariff Tux it could have bought the same Quantity of rails in England for no knowledge of political Economy is necessity to understand that it is a simple question of common sense. In this the consumer has paid a tax or Bonus of to somebody. It certainly was not paid to the government and it looks very much like it waa paid to the american steel maker. Refe. Ring to the engineering and min ing journal of Jan. 7, 1888, we find that in 1887 we nude in the United states about 000 tens of steel rails and imported the official statement since on shows that we made a Little More than we also find in the same journal unit the average Price of Amer ican mils Lor the whole of per ton. The average Price of English rails during the same period was about a Ion. Here is for whole year an Ornge difference of 45 Between the i ice of american rails and the Price of English rails. Thia difference a Al most equal to the amount of the duty and the president when he soya that those who buy do in or tales of the same class pay a in at least approximately equal to Thia duty to i he Home now from the above figures we deduce tins to Tiline the inhabitants of the United states part a tax on steel Raila in us follows to the steel Trust a tax on ton h i in a ton to the foyer Zinent a tax of a ton on 100 000 tons 2 in round numbers. Of Una Tola the Attel rail run cers get to every paid the government. This tax amounts to on every am ily in the i Niter slates yet How Many firms in the country Are benefited less than i went we do not think it necessary logo into a demonstration to prove that it a the people indeed who Iii ally pay these Laxen Bill the Railroad Mutual in do not i with a Speed and a precis put Haida into their own pockets f to pay Iliffe extra charges but that they assess them non the people who travel and upon the great Indus idea that transport their products to Musket Fin the railways this is a self evident fact which needs Only to be stated in order to he accepted. Having seen that Cul. Taylor s own illustration confirms and strengthens in every particular the position taken by president Cleveland let us inquire next what id tic Dille rence Between the two parties Congress non this subject. The present duty is a ton. The dem crafts propose by the Mills Bill to reduce thin a ton. The republicans re Sist the reduction. Why because the Stael Trust could not then run up the Price of rails above about a ton. Col. Taylor in favor of retaining duty at that Hie Truat can at any time Advance rails above a fair Market Price. A duty of a ton As proposed by the democrats will permit the steel Tami to pay double the wages they Are now paying and yet secure a fair profit upon their i a vestment unmolested Liy foreign Competition. But it will not permit a few men to pile up colossal for tunes at the expense of the consumer and the Workman. In 1887 the Cost paid at the Edgar Thomson is eel works for the labor to produce a ton of steel Raila was 00. Let us double the wages of every hand and the labor Cost would be 18. The total coat of material and waste in producing a ton of rails at the same works in. 1387 was labor twice the wages f 8 18 material and waste. 92.70 total the american Nattiel rail Malcer can double the wages of last year and then produce rails at a Cost of 88. Now How Low could imported Raila be sold under the Mills Bill we have seen that Dar ing the same year steel Raila were sold in England for add to this the freight etc., and he duty proposed by the Mills Bill and we have the following table coat of tails in freight u Cost of Imp. Rails under Mills Bill. The s allows the american manufacturer to sell Bis steel rails As High As Tanh if Price he clears on every ton even should he double the wages of every Man in his employ. Ii the Wager of the men remain As they were in 1s87, then he makes Clear a ton. Is not that enough Well a common Man i uld consider 12 a ton a pretty snug profit. In 1887, the total out put of the steel rail Mills of the untied states was lil s tons a Clear profit of to 12 a ton would amount to about 000. That is what the steel Truat would Nave cleared last year had the Mills Bill been in Force and had they paid doable the wages they did pay. It a equivalent to a profit for each firm in the Trust of one half million dollars a year. Surely that ought to satisfy the most greedy of monopolists. The Mills Bill permits these men to pay double the wages they Are now doing and yet make Over six million dollars a year. But col. Taylor and other champions of trusts object to even this moderate reduction in their outrageous profits and Are Labouring with an enemy worthy of a better cause to retain the present High duty by which the steel Trust was enabled last year to make a profit of by gouging the con Sumers. Liat to Stu to fragrant pure what Mattes the Rosy endure what make Tia Teeth no Pearly White what makes the month a dear Delta lit tin 8o3odont. That pro Luna Boon which none can Uia too late too soon. Through two Folles of Rock. In Flor clan the Cea if aant Lna. Yesterday at ten minutes after Moon the last shot waa fired which brought together the headings of the Cascade and United the two dark into one continuous Gangway through the Rocky Barrier which Lor Long Ages obstructed communication Between the two great division of this territory and has of late years so much retarded its development and subjugation to the uses of civilized Man. Without this Tunnel the Northern Pacific Railroad and the country whose development and Prosperity Are inseparably linked with that of the rail Road were at a disadvantage. The big lift Over the Switchback a slow and expensive. The opening of the Tunnel removes the disadvantage and enables the Northern to carry freight and passengers As cheaply As they can be can led by its competitors. The importance of the Tunnel to the Railroad company May be conceived when it is known that nearly have been expended piercing the Mountain. It now More than two years since the contract for Boring the Tunnel was let to Nelson Bennett. At that time the Railroad had not been constructed to the portals of the Tunnel and the ponderous boilers and machinery used la forcing the air into the Tunnel had to be hauled Long distances on wagons and sleds. A portion of the machinery was actually moved with Block and tackle and the trucks on which it was loaded were kept from sinking into the soft ground by laying thick planks in front of the wheels. When the mountains were reached the Snow was so Dee that the trucks would no longer be used and the heavy loads were Trana fired to skids. A Road was cleared and graded twelve Miles in length through dense forests and five to ten feet of Snow. The machinery was All brought in from the East As it would have been absolutely impossible to reach the Tunnel from the West Side. The machinery required at the West end of the Tunnel was moved Over the Summit of the mountains with enormous difficulty the Snow being fifteen or Twenty feet deep. It is said that before the machinery was started had been expended in getting ready. But when once Ever thing was in readiness the work of during the Tunnel proceeded Sion that is contractor. Anut night week Days and Sun Days for two years the drills have been running and the frequent explosions of dynamite and giant powder have worn away the face of the Tunnel and brought the workmen in the two ends closer and closer together. But Teet through the solid Rock a a Long distance and Many a ton of powder was burned in fore the beginning of the end seemed near. Finally about six weeks ago the workmen in one end began to heat the reports of the explosions in the other end. Theae reports were faint at first but gradually grew More distinct and served to give some interest to a task that had Little of Ileus in it to those who Laboured hard ten hours a Day in Tia bowels of the Earth at the risk of life and limb to make an enduring Channel of com Merce. The Tunnel is sixteen feet wide and Twenty two High and is heavily timbered throughout its entire length to prevent the falling of loosened Rock which been the source of so much annoyance and delay at the Mullen Tunnel in the Hock the drills Weie ru1 by compressed air carried into the Tunnel by Iron Pipea which Ajau furnished pure Ajr for the Workman to breathe the foul air being carried off through a Large wooden flume built along the top of the Tunnel. Electric lights also contributed to the safety Antl Speed of the operators. In the Progress of the work there have been Toso to speak in Tunnel a Large platform borne on wheels i running on rails near the edges of the Tunnel constituted the floor of the upper Story. The head or upper part of the Tunnel waa always kept several feet in Advance of the of Faw the Rock Maheu Tom the heading was moved Back on the platform in wheelbarrows and dumped through the openings in the platform into cars underneath the larger Quantity of Rock taken from the lower Story was thrown into cars trom the floor of the Tunnel. Work progressed in the upper and lower stories at the same time thus facilitating Trio removal of the broken Rock and securing the most rapid rate of Progress to. China. For natural. Attention. Wheeling Avenue All orders for work will receive prompt tour Doort East of court House. Piny buying these thousand tons of for eign rails pays for them divided a to the English maker to the ship bringing them Over including insurance dockage and unloading and to the United states government As the Tariff tax on aame now would not any intelligent person at once that the tax of waa paid by the Railroad company purchasing the rails can you understand Bow the foreign manufacturer paid any part of that tax when be has not in any manner reduced Hia Price to enable the Arabi ican railway company to buy the rails but he received exactly what he would have received from a purchaser in from a purchaser from India South Africa. South America or any other por tion of the Earth s surface in the lame edition of the Iron age we find a Jeriean rails quoted at Iso to suppose a Railroad in new eng Taud Cambridge Ohio. At a Point where the would to Fatwa a Mill a., it is never to late to cleanse the Teeth and Render the breath odoriferous with fragrant 8ozo dont but it is Best Tome this wonder Ful vegetable elixir before the Teeth begin to fall and the breath to lose its Freeh Neas. Celebrated glue use Ful and True. June 14-4w professor. A. Inter placed the total number of insect species in the world at of those found in the United slates seven or eight thousand Are f i nit pests and at least two Hun dred and ten attack the Apple. California cat a Cubav the Only guaranteed con Tor Catarrh cold in the head lever pm cold Catarrh deafness and Ion bet Tore the sense of taste and unpleasant breath faulting train Catarrh. Eat and pleasant to us. Follow and a can is a muted. By a a couteau of the spirit of emulation is one of the strongest in the human breast in obedience to it atm Fly risk life reputation and. Even Lionor itself. A tourist in Tyrol watched two hot headed youths who having dispute Over Money matters bad agreed to nettle it by a resort to what in that country is called this game or rather struggle is a simple trial of strength of Arm and biceps. The table is cleared and the two competitors seated opposite each other with the table Between stretch out heir right han.4a go As to let them meet in the Center Kuch bending the Middle Finger in the shape of a Hook i twines it with that of his rival. At a Given signal each begins to pull the object being to drag the antagonist across the Hoard. Both were strapping Young Fellows each eager to show on Hia and the fact Thoj they weve Well known adepts at it rendered the struggle doubly interesting. Victory swayed hither and thither the most prodigious efforts were made to wrest slightest advantage from the foe Luht Leat ruses cd Ming the most impossible contortions of the body under gone and yet the Issue seemed As far from decision As at the very outset. With set Teeth rigid features an4 heaving breasts the two Young Fellows am pull and neither will give in. Their hands Are of an angry the veins swollen to double their Aize while drops Al perspiration on their foreheads Tell of their almost superhuman exertions watch Long the face of one the Obser ver All at once saw a look of agonizing pain shoot across it. His hand dropped the struggle was at an end. Poor Fel Low Hia Finger is maimed for life for the principal muscle has been rent in the fierce struggle. His antagonist by a sudden of the numerous stratagems of succeeded in unbending his adversary s Finger. One very frequently sees in. Tyrol a Man with a Finger Bent nearly double on the hand if Yon ask the cause you will invariably be told that it happened while youth s companion. Twenter five Dollar paid Plesea. Miss Zurich is the daughter of a Rich Man and she a not disposed to let her it lends forget the fact the other Day she wast Alkane to Sev eral girls about her jewelry. Bangles became the subject dually and a mod. Eat girl in the Circle said that she had n pretty one two or three Yean ago when the idea was popular of dimes which she had gilded and Strung around a Gold wire. I used to Wear a Coin Bangle miss Zurich Bat it wee of Gold piece dimes were com Mon you she was mad and life of in of Vumbi Letite in America when the Labouring Man and Hia family cannot afford to eat meat twice each Day they Are supposed to be in a condition of destitution. Yet the chinese labourer getting what he Calls Good wages does not eat a Pound of meat in a month although meat a As cheap in China a in America. Hia daily food you Riata of Rice steamed cabbage boiled in a great Deal of water and a a relish raw turnip pickled but in a Strong brine of which he has Only two or three bits of the Aize of Dice. When he wishes to be very extravagant and is reckless of expense he buys a Cash Worth of the dried seeds of the Watermelon and munches them As a dessert. In summer be Eata cucumbers raw Akin prickles and All or melons not wasting1 the Rind or it May be a raw Carrot or turnip. His clothing is As simple a his diet. In the summer it consists of shoes and stockings both made of Cotton and a pair of trousers without lining of the same material. He Haa also a sort of shirt worn outside the trousers but this he wears Only on state Occas ions. For Spring and autumn he wears if he can afford it garments of the aame material lined. In the Winter in a climate like that of new York or Phil Adelphia Hia trousers Are wadded and Hia upper garment is either also wad ded or is a sheepskin tanned with the Wool on and worn with the Wool next Hia skin. He acorns underclothing of every sort. One suit answers for a Day and night since he sleeps in the aame clothes in which he works. Hence he is not troubled with much baggage when he goes on a journey. Three dollars would probably buy the Wenthe summer wardrobe of what might be called a comfortably poor is one at work on steady 25 or so Cento would be More than sufficient to Pur Chase All the he wears Noth ing the very poor. In the Winter he always pawns Bis summer clothes and in the same Way entrusts Hii Winter clothing As soon As warm weather Cornea to the keeping of Hia his House is built of either Sun dried or broken Brick Laid a mud has never any other than a Brick or More commonly a mud floor windows of paper and a door sufficiently open for All purposes of ventilation. Fora fam ily of live or six persons there u Sel Dom if Ever More than one room. The entire furniture consists of a table a rickety Stool or two and a raised platform of Brick covered with a coarse mat of Reeds which serves for a bed. The Home Baa no Chimney and no fire is used Winter or summer except the Small amount needed for the family cooking. The character of the food consumed in such a family has already been de scribed but something a ought to be said a to Ita coat. It a a very common picture in Pekin or any other City in China to tee a Little Bey or girl going with a few Cash and two or three rude and cheap Dishea to Purchase the materials for an evening or morning meal and the average Cost of such a meal As has been described for one person is certainly not More than 2 cents of our Money. I am convinced from Many years residence among the chinese and care Ful study of their habits and life that probably two thirds of the entire population or say of the peo ple live on a food consumption not exceeding 11.40 of our Money a month or say Al cents a compan Ion. About raw. A writer says that he once witnessed a Large Gray rat leading a Blind com Panion about by a Straw held in the Mouth. It a known that rats dip their tails in Long necked bottles containing Oil draw them out and lick the unctuous drops from the extremity b. H. Brown 4 Pawa Onville ga., tells of a huge rat sleeping so soundly on his Back porch that it could not be awakened. In Scotland a rat was seen upon the Back of a Row and Tom that moment poor bridle declined and went Down Ward to the grave. Many people say that rats can Tell when a House a about to Fah or a ship to sink and they can carry eggs Down stairs from the top of a House to the Bottom without breaking in. Ireland the hards or poets so it is related had the Power of singing or More properly of rhyming the rats to death or in other words they destroyed the creatures by repeating to them certain jingling Versel ancient scientists Seldom mention rats without fear and trembling giving the creatures credit for More human intelligence. They believed that there was no wickedness that rats were not ready to perpetrate and hence they looked non the Mas agents of the evil one. A Young Farmer near Hopkinsville ky., says he recently a Goose on thirteen eggs near a potato bed eight eggs mysteriously disappeared. The five remaining produced As Many gos Lings and on the next Day the bed was torn up and the eight eggs were found in a Hole having been stolen by a rat. The eggs were placed near the fire and. It is said soon hatched out eight Fine goslings that were Given to. The Goose. A t Jeems curious that a fresh and All alive Young creature should be Clad in cloth copied exactly from the wrap pings of he egyptian dead Thia fabric is a Novelty of the season and will be wed extensively Lor summer and new in gowns Heing Light Cool Polar. I t suppose that this production of Mummy Hawk meets will make it rest at All heavily on the fair farms at our girls although i have area in which the wearer certainly realized the source of the material she had fashioned it into a House Robe to exactly resemble the original egyptian garment with its Elimous trappings and bands. A the result was a shapely sort of costume such As Plena a of women Are to adopt i shall not be sur Wood if when touched up by the. Skillful Fin Gers of the modern costumer the spec Tacle of apparently vilified mummies in streets becomes Fork the child of the 4ewm, thirty years ago there waa a Mendoza contest which was Felt aver almost Europe Over the jewish child Mortara whom the archbishop of Flo Logna claimed As the property of the roman Catholic Chooh on the ground that he had been Bapt fied by a serving maid. The Church prevailed and took the boy from his he is now reappearing a an ascetic Monk of extraordinary eloquence learning and Fervour and has been preaching to great audiences near Madrid the Queen and court have subscribed to help the Convent Chapel he has built in the Basque Highlands. He u called father he ii a Canon of the order of Satot a Gurtin and among other. Twenty two to gentleman in Wash Yva Jiwat of Chmar the tale of a tadpole. Or. John Brown came Home one evening lately and being very thirsty poured out for himself a Tankard of water in a Glass which he thought waa empty. Imagine Hia Surprise and consternation when his son aged. Eight came in just a his draught waa finished and shrieked Why. Papa you be swallowed shouted the alarmed father. You Youn idiot run for the but the Only medical Man who could be got hold of at the moment was a Frenchman visiting in the neighbor Hood. On the Case being rather in coherently explained to him by the now thoroughly frightened family he you make Heem but husband can t re plied poor mra. Brown in tears. No it a not be Man zat shall slim it is be Beetle Frog who shall slim know Stifil Faut que be nage to you fill him wid be Vater to his Teeth Xen be Beetle Frog he vill slim up to be Mout of Monsieur and veil he see be Light he vill shop out so. And they gave him bucket after bucket of water till he became Horri Bly pick but no tadpole shopped by this time poor Brown was suffer ing agonies. The Tad pole or the Large Quantity of water one or the causing him great pain added to which he himself was in a state of mortal and indefinable terror. Just then the fam ily physician made his appearance and tried to allay their fears but Alt to no purpose something practical must he done. Thinking a Little stimulant would do Hia patient Good after the drenching he had had he said now i should recommend Yon if Yon want that tadpole to jump to give him a Good dose of that will make him Frisky and perhaps he will then under the influence of liquor make his sudden appearance and re Lieve Jou this plan was tried on a most whole Sale scale but instead of making the tadpole Frisky it Only made or. Brown somewhat Tipsy in which state he be came what the scotch cull fuv1 in a maudlin Way he bade his weeping wife an affecting Farewell and insisted on being put to bed to die. The doctor however seeing that the poor Man As Well As his family suf Fering agonies of mind about the unfortunate Little poll Iwig determined to take measures to bring matters to a satisfactory crisis by a Little scheme of his own. He ordered or. Brown who waa now in bed to be partially undressed promising to return in an hour with his assistant when he hoped to be ahle to relieve him permanently. In the succeeding half hour the patient suffered All sorts of pains real and. And was More than Ever convinced of the activity of his unwelcome tenant. The doctor meanwhile had offered half a dozen Small boy a hand some Price for the first Tail pole they would bring him and the fact being noised abroad his House soon resembled pharaoh s Palace during one of the plagues of Egypt. It waa filled with frogs and Frog Lings of All sizes and Ages causing great consternation to the medical household. But Long e re this the doctor and his assistant had started to finally cure their patient. The doctor carried a healthy pollywog in a Small bottle in his pocket the assistant a powerful electric Battery in a Valise. Turning everyone out of Tai room the conspirators quietly hid tie Battery under the bed after adjusting it to its utmost Power. The new Pool wig was then carefully placed on the Pillow near the despairing Man s head one Battery wire was arranged under his Chin and at a signal from the doctor the other with the full Power of the Battery waa suddenly applied to his stomach. With a horrid yell the poor wretch suddenly sprang up in bed and the doctor and his assistant both shouted Hurrah he is out at the unsuspecting the yell rushed to the startled or. Brown sitting up in bed the poor Little tadpole lying beside him. He was soon made aware of the change in the state of affairs and warmly thanked the doctor As did All the family. He gave an awful spasm As he got out though but thank heaven it is now Alt Over just at that moment however the Ever unfortunate Tommy rushed into the room with a Glass in his hand say ing Why. Papa Here is tadpole you never swallowed it after All " if a Bombshell had burst in the room the consternation could not have been More Complete. The father now cured suspected some trick he did nut exactly know what but seeing the doctor and his assistant convulsed with laughter he angrily requested their immediate withdrawal from his House and they nothing loth were Only too glad to escape into the open air. The Story soon leaked out and while the doctor was highly praised far his treatment so much so that he was Ever after called or. Tadpole poor or. Brown had a hard time of it. He soon got so disgusted with being Nick named old poll Iwig that he left the country and returned permanently to town where no one Ever knew of the bad time he had when he swallowed the Home keeping. The Adobe of Santa be. The Adobe House or As it is called a familiar to All Western tourists hut it is seen at Ita very Best Here. The wealthiest people live in structures which from the outside seem scarcely habitable but within Are cosy and in Many instances luxurious. Judge Thornton a wealthy mine owner has a Doby House near the Plaza or pub Lic Square in the Center of the build ing is a Square courtyard filled with magnificent Bowers with a Fountain in the enter. The doors of each apart ment in the House open on the wide veranda which runs around the court Yard and the effect is very charming the Halls of the building Are nearly three feet in thickness giving Opportunity for deep cushioned window seats. These thick keep out cold in the Winter heat in the summer and there Are therefore but two ure in the whole use a the event of extraordinary severe weather. The decorations of the Dwel Ling Are such a one in Atlanta s peach tree Street Pic Tureand statuary imported carpets and. Ruga rare Bric a Brae and potteries that Money can buy. Of course All this makes the change from the outside atmosphere of squalor the More marked. Judge Thornton s Bomia but the Type of hundreds of others owned by wealthy spaniards. Mexicans or americans who have settled Here because of this incomparable climate a fond Mother called the other Day upon president Patton of Princeton and asked anxiously if her son would be Well taken care of at College. Sai or. Patton Madam we guarantee satisfaction or return the a collection of great men s Chain recently old in London waa interest ing. The plainest of All waa a Little armchair of Oak said to be that in which Shaka Peare wrote. John Tad u elaborate chair with Broad arms Aad teat and provid with branches for candles at Elbow Lap for a desk and a drawer in the for pens Lak and paper. Walter bar unpardonable. A i earn t endure the atop fax. Wude. Elias tie vulgar Tab. Who wears in Ilie morning the pair of two usera he womb tie Day be feb it Saakes mad and very Woad with pain and Wiel 1 almost to see the next Infin Long the Caius pair of t dowsers he womb the Day be Oab. And when t mingle with the to won. Down to the Dun or on the Street. It make the that a Man Canbeal Dinwid so Wueith and and Wude. I really want to his 9onli, Ben he weal is in the murmur a Buff of two str he womb Dav be oat now there Are deeds r can and won ifs i can tort rive. I j but such a criminal As Ting i soul in t by allowed to live Leab the Wetch in and Funni Mak s womb. W to wears to the Lorn Muir the Mir at to onsets he woah t ire Day be foal woman s work. There a no end to the teams which daily Comfort the Good housewife. To be a housekeeper the first req Ifcic is Good health. How can a woman contend against the worries of housekeeping if Ahe be anger ing from those distressing irregularities ailments and weak Gaea Peculiar to their sex or. Pierce a favorite Cristion la a specific for beae the Only remedy old by drag get. Under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers. Satisfaction guaranteed in every care or Money ref Index. See printed guarantee on bottle wrapper. Ball players Are capable of Bate gratitude. Never give up. If you suffer with asthma bronchitis or any disease of the Throat or lungs thing can Surprise you More than the improvement that will follow of Santa Abie. If Yon Are troubled with Catarrh and have tried tier medicines you will be unable to press on amazement at the Luanne on and instantaneous curative California cat a cure. Bese remedies Are not secret cok Onida but natural of Alifornia. So d at a package Iree for 50, and guaranteed by am Bruzge druggist a. It is Only Ftp showmen who can walk n the ceiling. Syrup us Rios the delightful liquid laxative and the Only True remedy Lor habitual coot la on and the Many depending eak or inactive condition of the kid Eye liver and bowels. It is a Lees it remedy to take both to old or Ming it is gentle in action Aad festive it is tace Tabie to the stomach. And strengthens the organs on which it cts. Manufactured Only by the Cali Orma Fig syrup Compaq san fran Aco cat. For Sale at r Downar a Rug store. July 5-lm a general 11f-up j f All the Means of conveyance n a Large cily even for a few noun Curinga stick of the employees Means general paralysing of Trade and in Tatry for the time be no and Iaac ended with an enormous to the Community flow much. More serious to the in Liv Uzial is the eneral tie up of his so scam known Rasti pation and due to the of Moat important for More Rudent treatment Ami better care. If Long neglected a torpid or Len Guh ver will produce venom chronic Peparia. Or. Pierce g pleasant forgave be Are a preventive and cure disorders. The Are prompt Are and effective pleasant to take and positively harmless. Email Diu Genet of Rome ga., we ave been Selling or. King s new data Overy bitters and Bucklen a Arnica for four have Ever handled Reu udies that sell Ell or give such Universal satisfaction Here have been some wonderful felted by these medicines in this City. Cases of pronounced on have been entirely cured by nor of few bottles of or. King s new Dia Overy taken in connection with elec Ric bitters. We guarantee them Al sold by c. L Wall pc co. With rout Bvron s chair a Handsom Louie Xit. My it is travelling the Broad Road that req gently puts a Man in a financial Rait. If Birds were Given a Boice of Ley would say Carroway seed. Cake w. Cubes. D. Hoyt Vav co., wholesale and ass. No matter How Hiigli an awning May e suspended it a Only a Shade above in Street. I have not of one bottle yet. Suffered from Catarrh for twelve Yean. The Nana Ealing dropping in it Throat Peculiar to that disease and one bleed Asmoel daily. I tried various without Benet it until last april when Laa Wely Cream Ballad venue n the Boston i procured a tattle and since the first Day a use Bare Tad no More Keding the Lorenem entirely d. 6. Davidson with be Boston Kudret formerly with Boe Nal. July 5 2m there Are tender hearted men in the Saloon business bartender hearted. One of Masy. Victor x. Y. Feb., 1st, 1887. Or. O. F. Woodrow dear sir Scad Oya Gross Kemp a Balaam 50e Atn and a few Nat plea. I certainly Koobir that Kemp a Balsam a the beat Selling cough cure. I Bare fifteen other cough and lung remedies on shelves Aad Kemp a Balsam Aella 10 to 1 Best of All. Respectfully Youra f. E Cobb. Sold Peter Ogier a sors at of Rente and 1 00. Sample bottle free. No use urging Rait. It ii pretty hem now. Doctors to get up much All Trust with the Matron of the Home of the Frieav at Jersey cite. N. J., writes every hog Good for babies deserves attention. Croup is their wont enemy. I am Happy to state we have used Hilt s Perl of 3ongh syrup with Bestol Hore among our Tittle Onea. I can recommend it to All mothers for croup. An. G. Bolter. We Aell above swoop no cure no pay. Peter Osier the misfortune of the boastful is Toj mde rate the strength of the enemy. _ a Pivk pou.teb8. The recent Stati Atica of the number of deaths show that the Large majority die of consumption. Thia mar commence with an apparently har Leaa cough which can be cured instantly by Kemp a Balaam for the Throat and Lungi which a guaranteed to Core Aad relieve All Carea. Price soc and trial Liae free. For Sale by Peter Ogier a _ a dead in am Amo Lute Cobb. The original abet Date Ohrt mint to Only put up in Large them a Man Moat have Hie Eye Trtat pm Tkv order to be Able to carve Hia Way to tone. T h Sibbi Fth Faaa by Aton Tehju it la newspaper

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