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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - July 12, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge j vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday july 12, 1888. No. 10. Surmon of anon vim i tin Vulcin at Permut will m Ila or Metal a live left no ool Mur How Lek 8" Coiner of Natl Malu Uver Krooni n u. Nail cml rare la a mum All. A bum. Var m. T. Ham--4kv, m. Fun Nurrit Houm Murg Irti prov Barao Tybil of Alum plug Fayal met local Willilu slut. H. La mute Uruu Tuiuli ii. Wheeling us a Wall. Physician and surgeon. Meim must lion to i Rwjr mid of ump. O. L. Will Ilung Satrok Skym. 1 a.tanmkhim., attorney at Law. Vatrt of coi irl Lloyw notary in up i i r s a. Kit Khun. Attorney at Law Ami with Trimm. My i t it i a 4 info tar. Atto Noyo at Law Hlll Mullik aft Uliuli. I.awkk.m1 a attorney at Law. Nut rth. At Law Nat Law. No i hello Lindou Hillh Jiuji Ovol null Oiin Cuury la office. _ _ _ _ Tvr 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. Steel bail Industry does it owe its exist once to a tab1ff? attorney at Law and Noimy Homie. To Ali. Of mum. Ali. By null Ulm a Hick. _. I Ihk. S. M. Kirk prop to. Ohio. Willi Tulili mol.1 n w. Elvory Stablo. Quon Asp Holt Tom at him. Mining Engineer uly in Reyor. I iu., d. In Nurt Hou act .7 118? Surveyor and Engineer Ike. Will to nil arc Yuk. A cur 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 we have made apparent by Good and sufficient evidence that colonel Taylor s speech touching who pays the duty in artful Inpil Kljies and inexcusable Missit Emerts. He carps at president Cleveland for making certain statements when those same statements Hare been made time and again by All the leading american statesmen even by those of ool. Taylor s own political Faith. He misstates the opinions expressed by the president in his message and imputes to i in an assertion which be never made. He Illustrato refute the sentiments of the the slightest inquiry shows that those wry illustrations where they Are in any degree pertinent confirm the truth of the principles aet Forth by the president. It is a disagreeable Surprise to us As it must be to All of a Lonuel Taylor s friends to discover that he for some supposed political advantage will descend to artifice and approach har Der of duplicity. He underestimates the intelligence of the people of this District or he never would have attempted to foist upon them such an unsavoury Meta of shallow perversions. True the people of Eastern Ohio Are a simple minded people Frank and unaffected. But they Are not simple in the sense of being weak and foolish and when they Cote to peruse the speech of a professional politician they evince Soui of that pm ii enee commended by Wise Holomon the simple Beli Eveth Overy word but the prudent Man look eth Well to his last week when we were considering ool. Taylor s treatment of the steel rail question we omitted to Din a attention to one of Hia most fallacious statements. He says the steel rail Industry owes Ita existence in this country to Ihn High Tariff of a ton under which the Price Chirib Down and Down until steel rails were sold per Lew than the we would like to have col. Taylor answer the following interrogate Rory ii tie steel rail makers can Aell their rails at per ton Why do you object to the reduction of the tar ill from to according to your own a Giurea the foreign rail makers cannot sell their rain below about add freight Etc 50, Anil the duty til and you have As the coat of the imported rails at the lowest Esti male 50. If the Domestic rails ran sold at As you claim Anil the imported rails cannot be non for Lens than under the Tariff Imp wed by the Mills Bill in All Consi Lance is not that Tutti client protection1 but la it True that the steel rail Indue the finest american and Ever exhibited Assort mint of French goods in the county i c aka k. Meal state agent. Will cult m a Vii ii run or climb i. Iii Iii Dot Kurns i own prop xxii nil. Mill we m a Usu. U. Iii Notos. I and All Klmle of much Olufry i of Tirril i Tulluk Milf by main Vail com k. R iral n Wil 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. Blok Wooda department. All Wool Henrietta cloths 46 inches wide at 85 cents Worth i. Silk wrap Henrietta cloth of and .35. All woo armure s checks Cashmere at prices that will pay you to buy Here great Parent invention suffice it to say that these improvements were numerous and without them the a Sineas could never have assumed the proportions it has now reached and the Cost of manufacture to Milf or no Tariff would be but Little lower than it was Twenty years ago. Tim presence of phosphorus excluded from As Bessemer ores Many of the ores of England All the ores of Ger Many and France and nearly All the ores of the United states to invent a process for overcoming this difficulty Inge Namh men in Evory Elzil Tael country net to work. Two englishmen Thomas and Gilchrist were the Llrath to Patent a practical and successful method which is now tiled the Basic proc ear. When we c Jimader that the greater part of the ores of the world Are u is for the Origi Nal be spiner process and that Many of them can now he used As steel ores the importance of the Basic invention is apparent. Early Days of Bessemer steel a Syndicate was formed in this country called the pneumatic steel association of am Fiina. This Syndicate purchased Bessemer s and patents and since has purchased a l mini sequent Pat Enta cover Ina the process or in any Way relating to it. Until recently this Syndicate r of but. Eleven firms. To restrict production and still further re Duce cd petition the rail manufacturers a few years organized a Board of control which at intervals allotted the an of fails each concern should make. Thus we see that the general govern ment by Means of its Patent Laws has Given ibis handful of manufacturers a Complete Protection against Home com petition. The people do not to this for patents have their limits their infants Are Only nursed and coddled for 17 years and then Thov have to shift for themselves Bat when the Unver Ninet Gons further and erects for these few a Arici Otichi millin hires perpetual Barrier Audi Tibt foreign Competition at the expense of the entire cobia unit the Case becomes one of grievous wrong and in Justice. Now in consideration of All these facts what do our readers think of col Taylor s assertion quoted near the be ginning of Thia Arlisle to have such Confidence in their judgment that we do not far a moment doubt that their verdict will be unanimous in Linding col. Taylor guilty either of ignorance of the subject he disc Nonea or of an attempt at deception in paying that the steel rail Industry owes its existence in this country to the High Tariff of per Timeir ver diet will be unanimous in finding him guilty of grass ignorance or of an attempt at deception in imputing to Tariff the reduction in the Prica of without if Vina the least credit to the an Arab wedding. I had the Good Fortune to see a grand Arab wedding. The Caid had planned the marriage of his daughter to a Sheik one of the ugliest men 1 Lave Ever was already the possessor of four wives. From what of whispers could be heard from the mysterious recesses of the harem the Bride was a Lovely girl of fourteen her re a Guance having delayed the marriage Lonie ten Days. After the ceremony while the Bride was being conveyed to the bridegroom s Home in a sort of Lowdus of brocaded her cries and lamentations could plainly be heard above the Din of the pistols and match locks and the voices of some thirty Maidens who surrounding the Camel that bore her gave utterance to a strange noise made by tapping the Mouth with the open hand while cry ing out the effect produced being somewhat like the cry of an Indian. These Maidens had on this occasion Yashmak made mostly of Light Green Ganne studded with Golden stars which try owes its existence in thin country to the Tariff of per ton we cannot be Lieve that assertion and we Are con. Vinced that a Mere glance at the recent history of the steel manufacture will expose the falsity of the claim. Col. Taylor should know that there Wai a Alee rail Industry in this country before were mentioned in the Tariff when the War Tarilla were enacted steel rails were not i article of Commerce. Col Taylor Miu uld know that the reduction in the Price of steel rails Baa been greater and steadier in free Trade England than m the United Don t buy a cent s Worth of goods until you e our Stock. If you can t Call Send for Sam Obair sum. Of tip and Stogie cigars. La Meub mul Uro Cem would Ilo we Mill or Lam. And Lynli Rull Lnu. Mill Jon. In tin Lul Oul Ali rim Chi of Jimro i l see pies. 8 o sell our entire Stock hats and Caps at up r. Tetli without in. Do r laughing us a flour to Pummil a number of i Witt of Baum in country. Aud town and Lor Mutual of i ohm Zumft manaia Olvier or All Klimof uamnh1uuk. Ohio. We Mil Arm Daw we warrant worm to canal to other Call mail Elm Bara. From Juno let will commence to i of clothing furnishing conds this line to will Dos Hurt handling by Alvo St of october. In you Are in Cimbro logo and in need of a suit o a Nat tie or it will pay you to Call on luring this my. Note a few prices 11 notary Public and Surveyor hear i m. He ram Kilimik. Ohio. All Lor or latins to will ii All Hlinik in Nam bulb lev to Woith null Klob luf. Wrils for pro twi. Mule Riihl Wal toil i Ili printing or All Himl Haw Anil ii Perlor Wor Hihumi ail re. H. Kit v am. To till Over 400 stylish stiff hats that have been Selling for you can have your Choice for All we will sell for All hats we will sell for 95 cents. We have a great Many Straw Wool and fur hats ranging in Price from 75 cts. To we will close out during this Sale for 2j in laundries shirts that have been Sellina for 50 cents we will now sell for 37 i a cents. All 75 cent shirts will now go for 49 cents. All will be sold for 65 cents. Fine Percale shirts former Price i ,a5. We will now sell them for 80 cents. The entire Stock of men a boys and children s suits will be marked with Plain figures at Cost and below Cost. We give no suspenders with suits during this Sale. Men s suspenders during this Sale i 2 cents boys 7 cents. Boy s knee pants at 24 cents a pair. Children s Kilt suits 99 cents. Men s working pants 60 and 75 cents. Overalls and working shirts accents. We will after october is 1888, handle Only dry goods carpets boots and shoes. Do not fail to Call during this Sale. At present our Stock is com plete but How Long it will be so we can t Tell. States yet he attributes to Protection spa Divo s the whole of this reduction. Col. Taylor Lent and useful. Should know that recent Groat inventions in the manufacture of steel have revolutionized that Industry and that the pres ent ability of the manufacturers to turn out steel at a very Lav coat is due Alto nether to these great modern inventions and Duc Oversea. Ool Taylor should know that the most important of these great inventions and discoveries owe their existence to free Trade England and not to protected America and that therefore the Tariff of bad nothing to do with the matter. The Tariff of a ton to which Taylor attributes the existence of the steel rail Industry in this country was not enacted until about 1871. Yet in february 18u5, the first steel Mode under be Seuier s Patent in the United states was cast at Troy n. Y and in 8.uoo tons of steel Raila were made in this country. In 1h70, to Rapi Illy did the Industry grow tons were made and from that Day to this the manufacture Baa been steadily adv Anu ing. How could col. Taylor that the existence of the Industry was due to the Tariff tax of a ton when tint tax not levied until after the patents had been gobbled up by the american Syndicate and the manufacture of rails had been firmly established we will condense from a reliable authority the principal fact in regard to the wonderful process Luille in recent in the manufacture of steel and these facts Wil i show either the ignorance or deception of ool. Taylor in Sorl Blair Many great inventions which had so much influence in that direction. In our next Artic e we will show the direct effect Thia High tax on steel has upon the Farmer. Thev Var Nail Alouin tie israils John pretty him Muren your Leet i Are Allut mid Wiy ton t you Liny the Beauther Meen inc How a Lite Verilli my woot i of Olill tue i we Usoz Donny turns his Back on Slove Liness As regards the Teeth. Keep them pure Allye who wish to be Belov Mland Sozo dont is in equated a Means of whitening policing and prefer Viii them. Cheap Conven menels everything Jelv 12 he got an awful i West. An irishman living up three Satorie in u Flat was awakened a few nights by an aim in of lire. Jumping trim his bed he grabbed tie first article of clothing he could Lind it proving to by this punts and putting himself i Siili of them As us possible Sti Itei to make he a simple. In his hurry i did notice that he Hud put i trousers on Liimol Side before until h Attu opted to Button them up. Then wus no time to change so he Faste Uei the top Button Over the Small of i Buck us Best lie could. Hushing to Thi Liemiul of tin stairs he made a misstep ind Down he went rolling Over Over both landings without i tipping. And brought up against Ali wheel of u Host cart it the Curbstone a policeman leaned Over to assist him asking him if he was much Hurt. Faith in i said the Irish Mau gelling to his feet and feeling o himself to ascertain when noticing the Way his pants were on he Saint eve Donth having had his memory Kuock out of him by his descent be rubbers an 1 Iii to have gut us awful Jer to. Partly concealed the faces of some of the loveliest women Aud girls. Their eyes indeed equalled those of the Gazelle but seemed to have a Mournful vacancy and to be anything but win Dows of the soul. Arab etiquette pre vented me from advancing too near. What with the embroidery the Gold and the coloured garments it made up a whole of a bizarre but most striking a acct. On went the procession to make a on the desert Stievo Mided by this frenzied baud of relatives while the marriage and sheep roasted being cooked. On their return preparations worn made for what i had so much longed to Sec the celebrated fim Taisie imagine about forty arabs superbly mounted and armed casting aside the in Roose of every Day to appear in Leir Holiday jackets of every Hue and Ture imaginable horse housings of Olvet and Gold with tassels and Ern everywhere the heels of their no red leather boots decked with the Rab Spur five inches Long which is eally Only an. Ornament hashing arms Long gun two Long carved daggers Brace of pistols attached to a Cord Hind tie neck so that they can a aug Over the shoulder after being Dis Large a Long sword Damascene Ith Gold fastened to the Saddle Bow such Guise they career headlong to a great burst of Speed the rein held Jussely by the Little linger using gun pistols and sword in turn in mimic airfare. Cries of debian cd arise from be men and loud approbation from be women As some skillful Cavalier reforms some Hump daring feat than by of his comrades till finally amid whirlwind of dust horses and men Alt mad with excitement Stop by de Rees from the sheer violence of their exertions. At the feast i was placed beside the Aid who looked approvingly at me a 1 squatted Down Cross legged Aud the. Others in tearing strip by trip the meat from the steaming Ani in. As a Burte by Wihr my Host rammed his hand Down the animal s Throat tearing out the Tongue and Baring it with me. After sundry Isles highly spiced with Pimento Anil there came the couscous the rent National dish that is eaten every a. It is taken by tie hand Anil lir Wii into the month. We finished with dates sweetmeats and Coffee of a ulisious flavor. Their manner of pre Arius the beverage is after roasting he Berry and beating it into a powder o put it into a tin pot with water enough for Olej after being made to toil it is served grounds and All hut he Aroma is f. Som Fuin Tutt in if Arpir a Magazine. Sleeping North and South. There is no doubt in my mind says a physician in the St. Louis Labe Democrat. But that the belief that human ice Wiigs should sleep with their bodies lying North and South has its foundation in True Scie Ntilis facts. Each human system has two magnetic one positive and one in native. Now it is True that some persons have this positive pole in the head and the Nega Uve Polis in the feet and versa. In order that the person sleeping should be in perfect in oily with the magnetic phenomenon of the Earth the head if in possesses the positive pole should lie to the South or if the feet possess the positive pole the head should lie to the North. The positive pole should always lie opposite to the magnetic Center of the continent and thus maintain a magnetic equilibrium. The positive pole of the person draws one Way but the magnetic pole a Printer s Para Liae. Under the above title Theodore l. Devinne the Printer of the Century writes that magic Xinpu an account at Vlautin and his museum at Antwerp from which we quote As follows the printing room does not give a just idea of its old importance. What Here re Mains is As it was in 1579, but the space then occupied for printing must have been very much larger. Plantin s inventory taken after Liis i Cath show that lie Hail in Anlo Warp is Venty three fonts of Type weighing pounds. Now seven Anil their tables occupy two sides of the room and rows of Type cases Anil stands fill the remnant of Spain e. How Petty these presses seem How Small the impression surface lung Ruile All the appliances yet from these presses came the great. Pohglot.1 tie roman Missal still Bright w Atli solid Black Aud glowing red inks Ami thousands of volumes written by great scholars inane of them enriched with designs by old flemish masters. The Man is greater than tin1 Anil Vlautin was master Over his presses. From these uncouth unions of Wool and Stone pinned together with hits of Iron he made his Pressman workmanship which has been the admiration of tile a Lublin Luil Liis work done at Small Cost. His account Hooks show that the average earnings of expert compositor were one Hin Isreil Anil forty two Llorins and of the Pressman one Bui Ureil Ami the Llorins. The eight Lour Law was unknown. Work began at live o clock in the morning but no Lime is slated for the ending. His rules Weru hard. One of them was that the compositor who set three words or six letters not in uie copy should be lined. Another was the prohibition of All on re Ligion. Every Workman must pay for ills Entrance a Chiy Bah of eight sous As drink Money Ami give sons to tie pour Box. At the end of a month he must give thirty sous to the poor Box Anil ten sous to his Romailes. This ble Tiven was As much an English As a flemish custom As one May see a Franklin s autobiography. The presses Cost Airout Tifty florins each. In one of his account books is the record that he paid forty live Lorius for Copper Platens to six of his presses. This is an unexpected discovery. It shows that 1 Lantin knew the value of a Harland made use of it three centuries before the Printer of the it Nunry tried As he thought for tie first time the Experiment of Iron and brass Impressio sur takes for inelastic impression. Bustle Impi realism the result of Art. Terror and pity writes Couplin in Harper s Bazar Are the mainspring of the dramatic Art. But not horror and disgust. The stage is a school of Man ners it ought not to be a school of Medicine. Furthermore the repetition of reality is impossible. Truth it is said May sometimes seem not probable. This is peculiarly exact in the special conditions of the footlights where the Light shines up from below instead of striking Down from above and where As if in a sort of magnifying apparatus i i measure of men of things aude Veu of time itself is changed. I have been guilty of naturalism Unce in my yet i shall always feel remorse. I was acting with a travelling company i had passed the night in a train then rehearsed in the Day and after the rehearsal i had gone on some excursion or another so that i was very tired. In the evening i played the role of Annibal i a certain military gentleman of this City has undertaken a contract which in going to i him some exercise of patience before he gets through with it says a writer in the ice Jui Trattl. A tact hint he bin Ami involved i ingot be mated but the slip position is that he was. In seems that in a certain Well known private school for Young ladies the idea has taken Solil that some Kuil of military would be beneficial Anil Captain Lllan i engaged to teach them. He Hai already Given Sev eral lessons. There Are some sixty joining ladies to be the sys tem proposed embraces what is known As setting up exercises and the school of the Soldier according to Upton As it proficiency in these exercises conducts great to Grace of Carriage and Ligure. But the Captain had not gone far be fore he struck a Sung so to speak. He found that the soldiers could t move with Freedom on account of their Mode of dressing and when it came to teaching the facings Ibey could not Ilo in Angler s l ave Turere. The Reader will re member that at the end of the second net Anibal whom Fairiee has been enticing to drink in order to make him talk gets drunk and then goes to sleep. I played the drug Feu scene As usual neither More nor but when itch uni to the sleeping part the act that i was feigning seemed to me so Sweet and 1 wanted to sleep so thoroughly that unconsciously yielded to the temptation. 1 went to sleep on the stage in she presence of the Public and with i Hinic be it recorded f snored. This was exceeding orders Pas la rom glue but the Public hearing me believed that it was Iti in role and that i was. T make a Point. Some Lang lied. Others found the business 1 in doubtful and there were not wanting some who said that i snored without naturalness without Grace that forced the note in Short that in snoring was not like real snoring i was As indifferent to applause As i was to criticism. I think that Volley of hisses would not have Wake me. Anil when the curtain fell my companions had some difficulty in re calling Inu to a sense of the reality however this Little Nap did me Ruui-1 Good and 1 played the rest of my Par with alacrity. This sleep ing was a mistake and a mistake which might have turned out badly of course if 1 had had to Wake up be fore the end of the act i should no live yielded to the temptation my baseness lies in the fact that i knew i had nothing More to do until the cur Tain fell except to sleep and Teai of making believe to sleep f went to sleep really. This 1 repeat to my Shatne. Was rank naturalism. And yet you fur from our mistakes it is fitting i hat we should draw lessons some spectators thought that my sleep was badly acted they found it unreal. We have Here another illustration of the Story so often verified of the peasant Anil the mount Bank. The mount Bank imitates the squealing of a sucking pig. And lie is atone applaud de. The peasant who Lias made a bet that he will squeal As Well As the mount Bank Ami who has concealed beneath his cloak a real sucking pig pinches the animal on the so the pig squeals the peasant is hissed and loses his Wager. Why is this so be cause the trial was made on the stage because the Point of View is different according As one looks at things fruit the Public Street or from the auditorium of a theatre. Que driving Down belonged to a 1 driving Down the Avenue one a film afternoon in the Winter a Man espied advancing toward hint s big womanly Siguro handsomely a in velvet and silk fashioned in test style. As he neared the Joobin woman what was his astonishment to recognize in her the wife of a his employ in whom he had been specially interested. Calling the Driver to Stop the editor hastily alighted Andl with an inquiring countenance approached the Young woman. Marv. Now is it that you can dress in this style on Tom s wages which i know Are lie has to depend upon i have always taken such an interest in that this evidence of Dis tresses me Well Vou Sec sir i Don t own suit it belongs to a club. There six of us. All about the same sice. Kach one has the suit for a Daj is time when we go out calling. I really have it mondays because i the receptions held by the families. Tuesday is Day but they Aie Surh a mixed lot than we just go through with the list we have to Takin Down their without bothering Over their wednesday n the favorite Day because then the Cabinet ladies receive in grand. Style and Al avs have such a spread. So. You Sec. We All hate a pleasant time and make a Good appear Ance for the season with Only a Smalt expense to each the verdict unanimous. W. D. Sut Druk Gat Bilpoo. Ind., testifies i can recommend Bittera a the very Best Renedy. Bottle sold has Viven Relief in every Case. One Man took eix and was cured of rheumatism of 10 years Abraham Hare drug Gist Bellville Ohio of films Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in my 20 years experience is electric thousands of Hare added their teat Mony co thut the ver dict a unanimous that electric bitten do cure All diseases of the liver kid Xueya and blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at c. L. Wall oru store. A curtain did t Roll that Shade up straight them. Neither could the Sti Uchur Tell of the .111 ratio. Tuc it it us cull. Call Early if you want to get cheap goods. H. Green Wold dealer in Oil and Gas Well supplies steam and water pipes teachers examinations. Thu Winner void la of will Tola for Ulm i in twwlmn1 mite my my. My inn Lair rid Ruev silk my. Lath. My Ann steam and water gauges. Pumps Gas fixtures and brass goods. Special attention Given to fitting of Milli factories and dwellings for natural Gat. Attention. Wheeling Avenue All orders for work Wilt receive prompt four of court Houm. Cambridge to the Tariff any credit or that pro Rebh. Before the invention of the bbb Semer process steel ranged from 9250 to per ton a Price so High that Ita use wan confined to tools cutlery eur. Col. Tay Lor would have us believe that the reduction in Price so that it can be used for Railroad bars is due alone to the american Tariff of a ton. But the Bessemer process was discovered some before that Tariff was enacted and other discoveries have been made since that event remit aug in still further cheapening the manufacture. The bes Semer process at once gave in a steel at one half or less the coat o other forma of steel and permitted its us for rails. At first its Cost was to very much higher than the Cost of puddled Iron that the few who were willing to try steel rails at All did so with the idea of betting a much longer service rom them and thus perhaps effecting an ultimate Economy this View proved Correct and their use increased. But the improvements in the manufacture were Many and rapid concurrent with these improvements Cor respond inn reductions in Cost and Price and an Advance in Quality. It a Peculiar fact that the More marked and noted improvements have been made in England where their was no Tariff to stimulate Henry Bessemer made his experiments in England and after Many failures achieved a partial Success. He took out not Only in own country Bat in the United and in most of Continental countries. Progress it was not until 1866 that the process was used in the United St Ctm. A detailed Futory of Piu nud Mueh of to Hill s Sarsaparilla will cure Despe Sia Impi gention scr Fula Erysipelas Salt Rheum and scald head. Price 00 or eix bottles 00. Peter Ogier a _ Jeneral Boulanger recently at do Ner loudly averted that in Case of War to should conquer the germans with his neighbor expressed Issue Piku at the unconditional Assurance. Do you believe he asked that we. Blue greatly improved or that the germans have greatly deter that is not the explant answered Hou Lauger it is that i have been indicated for Thi work by the Tinger of in that Case Haid one of the clerical guests you must be a masculine Jeanne d arc. Replied Boulanger with great solemnity that is just what i Earth draws the other Way and forces the blood toward the feet effects the Iron in the system tones up the nerves and makes sleep refreshing and invigorating. But if the person sleep the wrong Way fail to become magnetically in rapport with the Earth he will then probably be too magnetic Aud he will have a fever resulting from the magnetic forces working too fast or he will not be magnetic enough and the great Strain will cause a feeling of lassitude sleep will not be refreshing and in the morning he will have no More Energy than there a in a cake of soap. So Iii persons May scoff at these ideas but the greatest scientific men of the world have studied the subject. Only recently the French Academy of science made experiments upon the body of a guillotined Man which go to prove that each human system is in it self an electric Battery one electrode being represented by the head the other by the feet. The body was taken immediately after death and placed on a Pivot to move As it might. After some vacillation the head portion turned toward the North the body then remained stationary. One of the professors turned it half Way round but it soon regained its original position and the same result was repeatedly obtained until organic movement finally ceased. Whether they bad Correct heels in a and All he could t see their feet. So he called a Council of War with tie teachers. Now.1 void the Captain it is this Way i must be their feel Anil i Snir it it that the Wear Short be responded tic principal " the do that. Him Short do Jim Ali Ink the ought to the Sciort the better but say not below the All Ami if you will allow continued the Captain i would suggest slight change in on fact they can t a Sousa sooner or Laier that time that place will Wail for your can eng that Chain must bind you a Hellom death that sleep my on tout Renaee. But thousands every year untimely to their late and More lengthen out their Days by heed Ful timely rare. It failing strength the weaker i 12 waiting Wood or Peixe 8 Goli Iea medical is wonderful re and a Oto Ioniser of strength life. It pursed to and invigorates the system thereby fortifying it against disease. Of. Until eve s arrival Adam was gift to the he not it great Little men some of the Itasta men that lived Werdot Smail stature insignificant appear tart a. Tue Reader will read Lily recall Many very Small Are or Pierce a purgative Pellow but i hey Are far More than Liege Pil which Are difficult to Swallow and so harsh in. Their action. The Are never cause Cana tiption. For liver stomach and Bowel they have no equal. _ water reddens the Rose whisky then be and tight boots the toes. Syrup of figs is the delightful he Iid lax Vive Only True remedy Lor habitual constipation and the Many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of the kid Neye liver and i Wewela. It a a ant remedy to take both to old or Young it a gentle in its action and. Effective it is accepts e to the Eto Macb and strengthens the organs on which to Acta. Mann cured Only by the Cali fornia Fig syrup company san fran Cisco Cal. For Sale at j. R Dow oar a. Drug store. July 5-lm when a horse is Lead is he Nece warily Shoree of Metal. The burmese tick. Their spiked boots set it rolling with the greatest rapidity. The game is won by the one who succeeds in Birl aug the other into the a Akkash is. To night an to Morrow night and each Day and night d Irma the s week you can get at Peier Kemp s Balsam for the Throat and Luuga acknowledged to be the Moat successful remedy Ever sold Lor the cure of coughs croup bronchitis. Whoop ing cough asthma and consumption. Get a bottle to Day and keep it in the House so you can cock your cold at once. Price 59c and Loii. Sample bottles when a dealer in no Eiery he Bis creditors. A Burmah correspondent after de scribing a Day s Hunt says that he could scarcely sleep that night from a Peculiar pain like being pricked with Needles on the Back of his week be tween the shoulders. I could feel a Lump there he says and concluded some venomous insect had bitten me in that spot. I bore with it As Best i could getting More used to the infliction until my return. I Theu went to a physician to have the boil As i thought it might be. Lanced. The doctor laughed when he examined the bitten by a cobra. A number of snakes principally co bras were sent to Vincent Rich Ards for Experiment. Or. Richards took out one of the cobras with the object of getting some of the Poison in a watch Glass which he had ready for the purpose. He held the Snake in i a hand and was moving his left hand in front of it when the Snake bit Hon severely on the forefinger of the left hand. Or. Richards fortunately for himself preserved his presence of mind he killed the Snake and with a knife Laid the Tinger open to the Bone above the wound and applied permanganate of Potash he then applied a ligature to the linger and another to the forearm and drove off for medical advice. Or. Macleod and sir Benjamin Simpson re opened the wound and thoroughly cauterized it with nitric acid. Ordinary dressings were then put on. More than two months have passed since the Accident and or. I chants is doing Calcutta daily at it s. Interested advertising Patent Medicine in. The Peculiar Way in which the proprietor of Kemp s Balsam for coughs and does it in indeed wonderful. To auth Orizes Peter Ogier s sons to Aive these who Call for it a Sample bottle tree that they May try in before the Large bottles Areson and certainly would advise a trial. U my save you from consumption. Noah was not Only a socialist but an Arviat. Sore place specimen of Why you have a line a Bur iryese tick on your i have not used a l of one bottle Yat. I suffered from Cita re of. Twelve years the nauseating dropping in the Throat Peculiar to thai disease and nose bleed almost Dai y. I tried Mariom remedies without Benefit until last april when i saw Ely s Cream advertised in the Boston budget. I p cured bottle and since the first Day s use Bare had no More soreness u entirely u. Davidson attn. The Boston budget formerly with Bof ton journal. 5 neck and i shall have to be careful in removing the insect was nearly As Lazrov round As a Nickel. The doctor first made an incision in the tick s body with the Point of a lancet then dipping a Glass Rod in nitric acid he touched the Cut place. The tick just Drew out claws from my flesh Aud dropped off shrivelled up and burned. The doctor told me that had he tried it or poll the insect off if claw or portion of one had Tern left in bit a terrible Bant to would red canaries sell for apiece in the Bird stores. They Are said to be produced from the eggs of an Ordinary Canary that has been fed on Ordinary Cayenne Pepper. The Young Birds Are aug kept on a red Pepper diet until they Are full grown Anil their plumage has become a settled Aud permanent red. Some doubt this Story but it u stuck to by All the Bird dealers. A Road bed is for the of wheels when they tired if the liver is torpid and pc Tweto constipated Yon wiil feel do you Lovely. Think it a Good like of no does t look a Par Nesar Tuiolo like Jon. You know but i would not mind that you not Uke to have Buch Luck again if you a your Bead will ache and to appetite will be poor. Etc. Little Pitta Are one genuine remedy to Start the machinery into proper one Pill dose. Peter july 13-4w Money and coms Are of no Kia bet both can be Pixi cirt 1-y rain. 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