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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 21, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday june 21. 1888. No. 7. Fmy8ioianh. A. Ftak Skuja m. P. Physician and burgeon Yean drum Ali in cml will Hulk Wirthl la Hui left Iii Lar. Turner a Tor the Helel her Wick. March Sti Ami main m Boesa Aaroe Ery. T and omit Mim in the Taylor Faalai Treel Afla Aile attended Day until. B., t. Surgeon Mem Provler Nee Paad Tun Attu Ellua i i enl tonal my Lulal mini firary Ion. V. In Bwl Lute i Aiyub Rulus Phy Clelan and surgeon. Guob to Margery Nuil Over u. Pattok Noyh. At Law. Of nirl Hiim apr Miler q a. O1ckcmim, Al at Law and. Us lace Tara Belll. Ullh i la club Lun u to Rvay lok at Law Haw Taylor Ali Wink Ortr. Tamim k. Sawh Knok attorney at Law. Public fat Okwha at Law. Fronani to. I a 2 Hulo Lilou Onyot citral Bank. Noah by nothing like pm Horn Brook s easy slices for ladies. Hornbrook s Oxford ties for ladies. Hornbrook s toe slippers for ladies Hornbrook s French kid hand turned Altoes for ladies. Hornbrook s easy shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s shoes for gentlemen. Hornbrook s Southern ties for gentlemen. Hornbrook s bargains for All. An adventurous voyage to California. A in five chapters. 1, attorney at Law aa4mmary Humpal munition to Momb Mutof Mattw. Off lot Over Llin Palm my Bank. Hotels. Hobb. We. A m. Kirk Ohio with Tito hotel it a and us key and amp new Spring and summer goods we have the most extensive assortment new Spring Wool dress goods and suiting Ever shown by us. W Ohio. La court Houm Oett in Konnon. Surveyor and fa1rv1kw, Ohio. W1u Almod to All Talir to a Mam a Mui mat in nil my t c. Came . Agent. Wll Aad rut nut town prop met Anil Collnot advantage offerm Loim to Tow to to Emu Ilavu rave unit Lameau. Iohmh1ci.n. I manufacturer All 01 machinery Ami vehicle ally Anil pro Nilly. Olani m wet a team and Walkk kitt1nu Hirw too Wilmie a Turt u Nab inc Aud kill plug in manner Al Aad Moenoa Wlch Tinli my and he. Ith Tom Boll i. Iron nil hindu Utah my curl How car tie and and would do Wall to Hia Monk and prime. Q and Lai Hilr culling a Cyclone s. Craig son s satins. The finest Assort mint american Anil French goods ver exhibited in the county. Scotch and american dress Ging Lams. Seersucker Cable cords coloured plaid India likens and White goods in great variety. New Wall paper at Lulf last year s pure. Black goods department. All Wool Henrietta cloths 46 inches wide at 85 cents Worth i. Silk wrap Henrietta cloth and All woo armure s checks Cashmere at prices that will pay you to buy Here Don t buy a cent s Worth goods until you see our Stock pies. If you can t Call Send for Sam s. Craig son. Do not buy a Dollar s Worth 8v Chapter in. Such scene Mode me fairly Slerk at heart. The poor woman struggled violently to free herself but to no Avail. The flumes crept rapidly upon her and in another moment it seemed that she would be consumed but fortunately for her the flames severed her Garni its net her free to week a briny grave. It waa difficult for us to make much headway aria int a receding tide and some one who had been in the water for More than two Bourn were to much Attiat we retarded rather than facilitated Progress. We were i opposed to in about five Miles from Shore and were discouraged. But All at once our hearts were gladdened by the sight a boat coming irom Shore. Before Long the boat came within hailing Dis Lane Ami those us who had sufficient strength left called out the name the Steward and beckoned them to come to our Rescue. This appeared to have the desired f to rect a the boat was turned in our direct and soon came along Sirle us. At Stern and in charge the Helm was tie Captain the burned Steamer he was the last one to leave the burning vessel and when a boat came out for him he ordered it to the Rescue those still in the water. Al though there were three four other boats the Beach this was the Only one sent out for that purpose. We were told to get in a soon As possible and in my efforts to do to i found myself a help less As a Little id. I shall always feel grateful to a Little Sailor with a scotch Cap his head who lifted me into the boat. Floating near us was n jew a Hoard about ten feet Long and two feet wide so that he could not be considered in any immediate danger beyond him was the Man the ladder previously mentioned. A soon a we were All in the boat the Captain gave orders to go to the Man the ladder. As we passed the jew he became almost frantic in his a peal for help and wanted to know if he waa to be left there to perish. After the Man the ladder had been taken in the men were ordered to pull for the jew. I think i never saw a Man to excited in my life. Even after he was safely in the boat he kept up the same expressions fear and doubt As to his Ever getting to Shore. Nothing but a threat irom the Captain to throw him overboard could quiet him. We now started for Shore and when were yet in about two feet water we were told to hurry out before the receding tide would Barry us Back. In my attempt to do so found that i was not Able to stand my fell my fare into the water. I evidently would have been drowned even in this shallow water had not two men Shore hurried to my res Cue. I again made an Effort to walk but was unable to do to and waa therefore compelled to tie Down upon the Sand until i had regained my strength. I became chilled and sought warmer Quarter. While in Queen such a place i was fortunate enough to tend a pair dry blankets Ivyng upon a Rock. After wrapping myself in them for a time and becoming quite warm i gave them to another who waa sorrowfully in need them. I bad not yet met any my comrades and waa about concluding that 1 waa the Only one the six that had survived when Pat Smith came up to me. He had been fortunate enough to ride solely ashore in one the boats not even get Ting Bis clothes soiled. We Learned in a abort time that Bob Stockdale whom i bad a spar at sea had Heen cast upon a Rock far out from Shore but this Safe. At last John Downer appeared and waa overjoyed upon seeing us. We were none the Leas rejoiced to see him. John related to us some his experience while in the water. When he found the ship waa fire he was at a loss to do a he knew not How to swim. Lie jumped overboard with two Coats and his boots . In one Hie overcoat pockets waa a Bible and in the other a singing Book. He had nothing to sup port him when he left the ship and in cambered As he waa it a a wonder he bail not drowned it once. Providentially a Coop similar to the one i had hold came floating Ualat him. This he appropriated Lohi own use. He said that one the Flats was off and through this opening a dead Chicken dry goods carpets Wall paper up r. Most ice without pain by laugh Long uan in and muh. Natter the mat Rire. And town Kinis for in ladies chill run s wraps until you see Raymond co. Of Many them were far away and knew nothing their sad Fate. As the Sun arose the land became very hot and almost blistered my feet which were Bare i had lost my socks in the water. As a remedy for this die com Leithre i wrapped them in old papers and tied it Wilh string found in an old trunk. Having lost my hit in the water i waa also bareheaded. The cloth had bean torn from my pantaloons Levi no hut Little More than the lining triese will a and shirt constituted my wardrobe. I t Iok my Black silk handkerchief which was used in those Days As a neck tie and covered my head top toot it from the burning Sun. As our fast had nor been broken since lib Day before we in inn to feel very hungry and thirsty. Neither provisions water Hail bean saved from the ship and it soon became evident that not either these Necess Itous Wem to be found the Island. Our desire for water was much greater than for food Anil Oren snet Ned to mock rather than satisfy our thirst a barrel vinegar and one molasses had washed ashore and Many attempted to allay their cravings by mixing these together and drink As much As a pint at one time. Lint this proved More damaging than otherwise to those who drank it. Lit my wanderings along the Beach i found a email potato which Hail been scorched Board the ship i never appreciated a potato so much in my life. It wan so previous tint i ate it skin and All not wanting one particle it. This constituted my re refresh ments for that Day. At night 1 Lav Down upon the ground under a project ing Rock and with a atone for a Pillow i was noon lost in sleep., we were not called for breakfast in the but our aching limbs warned us out at an Early hour. It waa a cruel pain that awoke me from pleasant dreams refreshing Springs water from which i was constantly drinking but never being sat if lied. Bountiful feasts were spread before me in inv vis Ion but for gome reason my hands would not convey i lip food to my Mouth the Light Day did not bring cheer to our hearts for everything about 119 bespoke desolation. The Captain with a boat Crew left us immediately alter the wreck keeping along the coast As much As possible in Der to protect his Little Craft from the sea Breeze. He was in search Aonie vessel that might bring is Relief perhaps think ing it would not be healthy for him to re main with us under the circumstances. Our pressing thirst prompted us to seek Means by which we might obtain some water. The memory our Mother s old Ash Leach presented itself to our mind Jinni we therefore perforated the Bottoms two three b led them and percolated some sea water. Liis Means we were in Hopes that a Sut Liliant urn Mit tie Saline properties the water might be retained in the Sand to leave the percolate tit for drinking. Lint this Experiment was a failure for the water waa Bat slightly next Effort was to bring the engine and boiler from the wreck and condense steam enough to furnish water for the people but this was almost an Impact Eabe for a greater amount Waler must be obtained than could possibly be had irom such a source. However the engine Ami boiler Wen landed safely and operations begun. In the meanwhile scouting parties were sent Over the Island in search Relief. The surface was mountainous and covered to some extent Wilh dry Chapur Rel Bushes. Their red and parched appearance gave Evi Dence that ruin had not fallen for Many years upon the Island in the after noon saw a Steamer passing Down Tho coast. We made every Effort within our Power to attract attention but with out inc Cess. She went steadily Forward and we eagerly watched her until she passed beyond the that Steamer was perhaps not aware one precious Burden which she carried with the lust Hope a starving and helpless company human beings to Yeng came Ami it the companies that Hud gone out Iti the morning in search help. But no Aid could be obtained from any Quarter. That evening three companies formed one which was to carry a Lifeboat to the oppose Side the Island and irom there to Row across to the main land a distance about0 Miles this was a did Irule task to perform since the boat was nearly All Iron and great weight. The duty the second company was to seek after water. 1 was a member this company. We started Croes Island a Short time before dark. Their were about fifteen us in All each whom was provided with some kind a vessel for holding water should we be fortunate enough to find any. We also carried a very heavy Crow bar for Side the Island where boats Ware awaiting us. We were a Little incr Edu your at first but the statement waa soon verified by seeing Lour sailors coming with Firkins water upon their Heads. Their skin was Verv dark in color almost approaching that the negro. But not withstanding this they seemed More angelic than human to us. The water and refreshments which they brought were for the women an child Ren who were greatly in need it for a to nitty fifteen Miles across the Island waa More than they could stand in their preen it condition. We did not remain Long at the old Camp for there were no ties love to bind us to that spot except the friends who were either buried beneath the Waves and. Hunger and Thrist in numbered these sorrow that we did not dwell upon them Long. When we reached the other aide we found that All the boats but one had re turned to the ship with passengers this remaining boat Hau Board a cask water and wan standing at some Dis Tance from Shore. Impelled by our great thirst we went dirty try to it re Izard less the intervening water. We were each Given a Large wooden vessel fill which we drank and begged Lor More. But it waa thought Best that we should nut have All we desired at that time. We therefore returned to the Shore and lying Down noon the and Felt that every want waa Aati Elied. To continued. What Miketi the Bratli to fragrant pure what matter tie Row Kimime endure Lial make Huhti Teeth so Pearly while what shh lies i lie Mouth a dear Dell lilt is to Zomont. Precious Boon which roue can use ton late too Norm. It 18 no Var to Zatk to cleanse the Teeth and Render the breath odoriferous with fragrant Sozo dont but it is heat tone this wonder Ful vegetable elixir before Tho Teeth begin to fail and the breath to lose its freshness. Celebrated glue use Ful and True. 14-4w where a girl makes a mistake. There Are girls who instead Mak ing themselves useful and calmly rest ing in their Maiden dignity think Only getting married and use questionable Means to achieve their purpose. Forgetting the proverb the More haste the less this sort girl not infrequently assumes a fast style talk manner and dress in order to make herself attractive to the opposite sex. In doing so she makes a great mistake. Fish May nibble at her bait but they will not allow themselves to be caught. A loud girl May attract attention and have half an hour popularity but she is a Type the Short sightedness some her sex. Men the. Baser sort May amuse them selves with her but no Man Worth having would think marrying her. There is a Liberty that makes us free and a Liberty that makes us slaves and the girls who take liberties with speech and manner and who Cross Over the Boundary into masculine territory Are not More free but More enslaved than before. And the approbation men which is the end in View is lost by the Means taken to it. Whatever men May be themselves they like1 gentleness mod esty and purity in act and thought in women. They want their wives to be bettor than themselves. They think that women should be the conservators All that is restrained chivalrous and gentle. Lie lairs in Blaek an apology. A certain gentleman Omaha whose name is withheld out respect to the lady who has been injured by his conduct writes to tie world As follows i see that you have been paying some attention late to the subject concerning which i desire to write to you. wife children and myself live with a Young danish lady West Farman Street in our own House and pay her per week for the privilege. She lets us go out once in a while and As we Purchase and Cook the food she perisits us to Par take it wednesdays and sundays. On sunday last i inadvertently wan dered into is to say into her and found there . Lara Larsen to whom she expects to be married. Or. Larsen had the Butcher knife in his right hand and a Large Silver spoon in his left and was play ing a very successful engagement with the breast and what is sometimes called the stuffing the Sabbath Turkey. When i opened the pantry door and he saw me he became confused and dropped the knife. 1 withdrew As precipitately a a possible so overwhelmed with shame As to forget the apology which was obviously his due. I wish in this Public manner to beg his Par Don for the unwarrantable intrusion and to assure him thut if in the future to will accept his Early Bird at the residence in which my wife my Chil Dren and myself Are so kindly and providentially permitted to partial subsist he will be insulted by no fur ther interruption from me. The tur key was plainly his by right intended marriage and in occupying the pan try he but held a position in which birth custom and social prerogative had strongly fortified him. He should not have been should not Nave ceased to enjoy himself with the fowl and his Patent insides which his Fiancee knows so Well How to lie should not have dropped the knife. Most men in his place would have buried the shining Blade in my intrusive. Will he consider this imperfectly written letter not Only an apology for a Gross and unwarrantable affront but As Well an expression gratitude for the generous and unde served preservation an unworthy human the co Vlot e a More Leas amusing incident is old at the expense miss Leila Rob non a woman who has had some notoriety by her persistence in push ing herself into the ranks the Legal fraternity this state. She was assistant counsel in a Case in which an important witness was a Man who is in the Massachusetts state prison a life sentence. The unhappy wretch had not been out Durance for seventeen years and the sight a hit the world even though that bit was no More cheerful attractive than the court room tilled Liia whole soul with a wild Joy. He was so thoroughly delighted that in a moment rapture he threw his arms about miss Robinson and kissed her fervently As a Means expressing his appreciation the Distant glimpse Liberty he had through Means the summons to the witness Box enjoyed. The lawyer who was senior counsel in the Case naturally Felt called upon to defend miss Robinson since even admission to the bar does not Confer upon a woman the strength to tight her own Battles when the convict disarmed his Wrath and brought the blushes to the Cheek the Maiden barrister by saying i am glad she is your wife because you will excuse me for kissing her. You see i could t help it 1 the incident ought to be True Anil is told As fact. It illustrates the Beautiful and refining influence woman in the court room the jail wherever she May Lind herself. No doubt the convict is from that Day a changed being. If he is not he ought to be the Story has absolutely no moral journal Boston letter. Thousands Hay 8o. Rev. Whitney Kendall Orleans co., x. Y., writes while visiting in Genesee co., a few weeks since i Pur chased a bottle Peerless worm spec Fie. It has been by us with such marked Success that i enclose for which please Send a much the specific As it will Purchase. I think it by far the Moat efficacious remedy for Worms Bowel difficulty that we have Ever had for our children. No one with children should be without it. We guarantee every bottle. Peter Ogier s sons. Nature s own Truk laxative. The delicious flavor and healthy properties sound Ripe fruit lire Well known and peeing the need an agree Able and effective laxative the California Fig syrup company commenced a few Vears ago to manufacture a concentrated syrup fies which has Given such general satisfaction that it a rapidly superseding the hitter dramatic liver medicines and cathartic hitherto in use. If Ostive bilious try it. For Sale. It. Downar a drug store. _ Jane 7 1-m a Ball Romance a novelist s wanted youth. Of Jom All and Lamb Kiisk Ohio. Aria bag Bat ant claw material noun Mokaba and Surveyor meat East enrol main h. Mil a treat camb Lutts. Ohio. Abr Berve Ariaa inking a will pump Tatton to examinations. Co Aalf Board Kiama for examination Khz Leach in will float Mardar. January Wlsh Chw. Mearday. We. A urday March lot a april Mil. Rait Chw. Hay Batar Dav. Balv Day March in him. Of Aba Ractor Raja Lrol will Twain promptly vote not. Mark. 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 kept floating1 out which he a often put Back thinking it might be useful if he got ashore. He drifted out with i he tide to great distance und came upon a my who Wai so much exhausted that he could not hold to tiie Coop. John contrived some Means Liy which lie tied the fellow to his frail Craft Anil kept him there until he was rescued by the boat. He also picked up a lady s hat and a Demijohn both which be tied to Ilie Coop a he said Lor future use. Thus be waa exercising those principles thoughtfulness Ami Economy that bad always characterized life. John and the Man whom lie had rescued were finally picked up Ard conveyed to the Shore by the same boat that had picked me up. He still carried the Bible and singing Book in Hia pockets and by Uuereb by reunited thai the Chicken hat Aud Demijohn were yet at sea. Four our number were now accounted for All whom were unharmed with the exception being very weak but where were the other two we looked id vain for them among the Liv ing and As a last resort turned toward the great company who Lay dead upon the Beach we went from one to another our sad Mission. Here were bodies men women and children represent ing every stage in life from the babe to the Gray haired Man. At last we found the familiar face old. Scott lying in the stillness death upon the Gaud. Very thing value had been taken from his person except a pocket Coulib but Little Worth. This we returned to his friends u a Token remembrance. We never found the body moan dish which bad been retained by the Waves. Thut two our Little company were not permitted to realize the Bright Hopes woman s moimc8ty. Many women Are prevented by feel Ings delicacy from consulting a physician in those disorders arising from functional derangement her peculiarly delicate organism and the most serious results Are often by this neglect. To snob Persona Pierce s Mavorite prescription is an Especial Boon As it offers a Hure and Pale cure for All those distressing disorders to which women Are peculiarly subject while it saves a midst girl woman from the embarrassment a personal consultation with a physician favorite prescription is the Only Medicine for woman s Peculiar weak Nesses and film Inta sold by drug lists Ander a a Silian guitar free from the Mann acquirers that it will give in every Case Money will be refunded. See Zarante bottle wrapper. The purpose drilling into the rocks Hurd Earth in need sinery in our Seaboh. In order to Divido the Burden carry ing this bar to marched in single Liln the first Man currying the bar until tired then dropping it the next my taking it up. This operation was repeated through the entire line. The last Man in file would return it to the one in the Lead who would again pass it Back. The journey was very hard my Bare feet the Sharp atones cutting them in such a manner that the blood wan left in nearly every footstep. But still we pressed to the other Viilu the Inland then southward along the Beach until we coma to some projecting rocks Over which it was necessary for us to climb. The Breakers do Slid furiously against these rocks and it was with much difficulty that we could fling to them Whie the water passed Over us and then re ceded. We would then Tun to the next Rock where we would enjoy the same experience a the previous one. This was kept up for nearly an hour and we came ont Well drenched with nearly All our vennels either broken lost Aud our Crow Bur gont1. About Midnight we came to a halt top a Large Rock from the Crevice h which some Brack ish water was trickling. We tried to collect some thin water treasuring each drop As Only those who Are suffer ing from thirst can do. But this Oil Ort was As fruitier a the former out a for we could not cell not a sufficient Quantity to be anything Moro than an aggravation. At la it a portion our company started Over the mountains toward Camp. But there were those us who were so very tired hungry wet and cold that we liter Wop at u m the Sturtevant lumber co., a Brick. Brick. Ebo. P. A Bike a son to Tom lumber Flora i Erar i. Time let it Ezieb Man i j it a Luce. Campia Irma mini irae. C mail to a Baum t o., Newark. J. Ghi Fiir v oti0h s up anted Onosa who read Thea act they will find Hon that will not take them from to net Bonne and fall Alai. The profit an Large and Ion ind tetons have and an now Maklani Amral. Itle which they had entertained we dug a grave As far Back irom the water a possible with our hands. We could not go lower than two Teet account the Rock underneath the Sand. The body our deceased Friend was curried and placed in this Bumble grave and Many tears the deepest sorrow were upon it. We covered him first with some paper taken irom a trunk the Beach then Drew the and Over Hie body with our hands making his grave an respectable As possible under the circumstances Bones that had been bleaching upon the Sand for Many Days were placed at either end the grave to Mark Hie resting place. It wee estimated that at least 260 per tons were drowned among the Many sad eights that greeted us the Beach waa that a Mother who Wilh her three Bow none whom bad reached the age twelve waa her Way to join bar him band in California. She bad effected a Safe Landing but where were Ber boys i was standing near by when she found them. Borne one Hod kindly gathered their Bod Lee no end Laid them Side by aide. I could scarcely Bear to wittiest the anguish that Mother a she beheld the onre three Bright Little fellow to full Hie but now still and speech Leah. What Arad meeting there must Haye been Between that husband and Wile. There were two Little children brother and sister either whom had not More than attained the age eight years that bad reached the ebore by same meant and were wandering about the Beach crying for their both whom iad been drowned. In Many instances husband and father been carrying the body Wile Hilld Beck from water s Edge there items by Hie own in the in last Beach Wae m b Laid our acting Moilien Down ution that Rock for so great indeed was our extremity that our brightest Hopes pointed toward death is the most Wel come visitor. We even prayed that our eyes Nicht not see the Light another Day so Lull were they torture. But sleep kindly bore our troubles away and in their place came we vome thoughts better Days. We were thus unconscious our surrounding until the Friendly rays the morning Sun awoke us. We immediately started Croen the Inland in the direction our Camp but we were so weak that we could hardly climb the mountains the third party who started out at the same time we did were entrusted with the ship s Cannon which Thev were to Plant top a Mountain overlooking the Magdalena Bay separating a from the main land. A Bonfire waa kept up by thru All night and in the Early Dawn three guns were tired As n signal Dis Tress. They waited Long and Auxin Nady for results hut at last wearied their watching they were about giving up in do pair when some one thought he saw an object far away upon the water. They had no Glass and were therefore doubtful As to its character a few Momenta How Ever ought the object near Unn Iwuh to discern that there were two Small boats from Home Wii Linx ship at Anchor in the Bay. They had noticed the fire during the night and supposed it to be the Manip when the re porn the Cannon were heard they knew that it was the signal distress and had sent out boats to relieve is. After our True situation was made known to them they re turned to their vessels five m number discovering a dog s guilt. One summer an ordinance was passed by the Village trustees re Quiring All dogs to be muzzled. Pedro was instead fastened with a peculiarly made Chain which had once done service in a suction pump. It was not heavy but one would never forget tie Odd shape its links. A Hole was Cut through the aide a work shoo and the Chain was fastened with a Strong Staple to a Joist which was exposed when the Hole was Cut. Pedro was a very unwilling prisoner for a week when one morning he was Dis covered lying the Chain and Staple gone. He had gnawed the Staple out am had pulled the Collar Oil Over his head. None Liis fastenings could be be found High Low. Two years afterwards the Chain Anil Collar were dug out a pile ashes in the fur Back end the lot. The diggers knew that Pedro had buried them. L Ley whistled and he soon came bounding to the spot expecting fun some kind. The dig Gers pointed to the Chain. Pedro looked Down at it smelled it dropped his Tail cowered and whined piteously for mercy knowing his guilt was found out at express. The Best medical writers claim that the successful remedy for naval Catarrh must be non irritating easy Opl Ca tion and one that will by its own action reach All the Remote sores and ulcerated surfaces. The history the efforts to treat Catarrh during the past few years obliges us to admit that Only one remedy has completely met these conditions and that is Ely s Cream Balm. This Safe and Plesant. Remedy has mastered Catarrh As nothing else has Ever done and both physicians and patients freely concede this last. The More Dia treeing symptoms quickly yield to it. June 7-4w i sons Klch men. Everybody Stu knows anything about base Ball base Hall a Lavers knows Hugh Nicol Little As he is familiarly called. But few the Many who know the Little right to elder the cinch Ignatis Are aware the Little Romance that made him a Benedict. One Day when the Brawns were Pla Jugin Louisville among the ladies who sat in the grand stand thoroughly enjoying the game was the present mrs. Nicol who was then a visit to the Kentucky Metropolis. Nic was at the Bat in the ninth and hit viciously at the Hall but Only fouled it and the sphere went whizzing Over the Catcher s head into the grand stand and with Force unspent de m the face the fair lady who was destined to become the wife the Little Man from whose Bat the Ball was sent. There was consternation among the ladies in the Vicinity the one who was hit for she with blood streaming Down her face fell for Ward unconscious. The game went to the finish hut Little Nick never touched the Ball again retiring the incident worried him Aud when he Learned who the lady was he sent his regrets and received a kindly message exonerating him from All blame for the Accident. The club remained for three longer and each morning Nic sent a Boquet to the injured lady with an inquiry As to her condition and Al ways received encouraging assurances that she was fast recovering. The Day tie Browns were to leave for St. Louis a Friend the lady took Nicol to the House where she was visiting and formally introduced him to the victim his muscular foul. It is unnecessary to follow the Romance through its other stages. The lady is now mrs. Louis sunday say mrs. Opie ried editor the Arkansaw traveler tells me an interesting Story about Thomas Nelson Page who a made famous by the charming Little Story men published a few months ago in the Century. Page was a poor boy struggling against his ver nature to learn to be a lawyer in a Yir Ginia town. He had the itch to write and he did write this Story Meh some his friends said tha it was Well told and he thought so himself so he sent it to Scribner who were then publishing the Century. I never heard from them and could no fetch an answer to any the letter that he wrote about the matter. Sup posing they had thrown his manuscript away and knowing that the Story Waas Good As any he could write he gave up tie. Idea writing and pushed in the Law As Best lie could making very scant living. Twelve years after that he was surprised to receive a Check from the Century for the Story which was then printed. Twelve years that struggling Young Man s Fame Lav tucked away in the oust a Pigeon ii Ole and he unconscious that it was there Felt satisfied that he was a failure As a writer. Twelve years the Best years his life he wriggled along making a Sou a living in a profession for which he had not Genius while he might have been writing Beautiful stories for the pleasure and profit the Reading times. The scotch Oil William Findlay. Of we Scotland which is in the shale Region that country making a tour the Petroleum Fields during the pact weeks and was in new Tork tale week. I am More than said he. At what i have seen. The Petro Tensa Scotland is mined like Coal and Al though i had read the Oil Wells America. I was not prepared for Sash a vast difference in the methods Oil production. The scotch Petroleum not in the fluid state but in n formation. The extracting the pro ducts this shale was for Many years a most important Industry and is Alto an extensive one yet but Ameri can Oil both illuminating and lubricating is now set Down in markets cheaper than the scotch Oil can be produced and How Long Oil production will last is Only a question How Long National Pride will resist considerations Economy. The scotch Oil shale is Black and lies at a depth about 400 feet be Neath the surface. The Sale nodae ing regions Are All Between de Lubana and Glasgow and Are known a Oil Fields West Calder. They Are very extensive Aud literally inexhaustible. That is one Hope we have. The fluid Oil this country will undoubtedly become exhausted greatly curtailed in production some in the future. It would not be kind in me to say that i Hupe so i am interested in West Calder. When your Fields cease to pour out a Quantity Oil that enables you to refine it Export it and sell it in Scotland at a Lees figure than it costs is to extract the Oil from the Shales at very thresh old scotch markets we will to the front with our Oil mines know that whatever happens they can t be exhausted. When the Oil Fields West Calder were being operated to a full capacity tie shale refinery there known a the add swell Oil w works. And which cover 75 acres ground gave employment to Over men. In various parts the Field there were shale crushing works not unlike your Coal Breakers where the shale is run being taken from the mines. It is broken up into Small pieces and the crude Oil extracted at the crushers. What we Call crude Oil you would Call tar Over the refiners Lake it in that condition and from it extract illuminating and. Lubricating Oil ammonia and Wax. The latter is called paraffin in the Oil Trade this country. The tar from a ton shale will yield 11 Gallons illuminating Oil. This is subjected to four different acid distillation each one much heavier than any the it Marl can fluid Petroleum requires. The re sult is a Clear White High Flash Illuminant. As Good As american kerosene. But four times As expensive. If american product simply in. Competition with our illuminating Oil. The a elect Trade would not be much consequence Asiu that Branon the scotch Oil business is not it hers the profit lies. The lubricant the ammonia and the Wax Are the pro ducts which make the shale mines valuable. The american lubricating Oil is cheaper and those who use it nay Etter Thau any. The latter Al Ogeth r i can t agree with. Of course american Oil does not interfere with ammonia products nor with oar Wax Trade but we can t afford to no uce kerosene and lubricating Oil to brow away in order that we May get t the ammonia and Wax that gains. I am forced to say. There ire to use an americanism that notch Oil business is not booming at be present Lime 1 victims baked California cat a cubic. The Only guaranteed cure for Catarrh cold in the head Hay fever Rose cold Catarrh deafness and sore eyes. Bee Tore the sense taste and unpleasant breath resulting irom Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow and a cure a warranted. All druggists. Bend for circular to Abetine medical company Oroville. Cal. Six months treatment Loz sent by mail for Yalei Focy All Cambridge drum Iau. Hot. A the excitement not Over. The Rush at Peter Ogier 8 sons still continues and daily people Call for a bottle Kemp s Balaam for the Throat and for the cure coughs colds asthma bronchitis and consumption. Kemp s Balaam the Standard family remedy a sold a guarantee and never fails to live entire satisfaction. Price Noc and 00, trial size free. The Nickel grabber War balloons. Balloons destined for the italian army in Africa were the presence we have hundreds men in this City whose fathers idiotically provide them with spending Money galore. What do they do with if Well As a Rule they spend their time sucking alternately the end a Cigar and the Knob a Cane. They wander rapidly about the streets looking in at this theater that play billiards in cafes and drink them selves into Early Graves. Suggest to these new York Andes n life athleticism. They Are too retired. Open up to Thorn the enjoyment possible to a genuine club life. Let them see what genuine hospitality Means. Show them How much better it is to spend an evening with intelligent men Dis cussing matters interest new discoveries new appliances new forces than it i to spend it wit i a first rate Hoyden u third class spree. On you think they would understand Howard in new York Era Hie. For the tried recently in several French and foreign officers and aeronaut. One is to be used at night and carries a lamp equal to 70 candles in Power. Each balloon with its appurtenances is coiled up in a Box Ana placed in a four wheeled vehicle at the Back which is a Pulley which lets out the Cable and acts As an Anchor. The cables Are interlaced with wires which enable telephonic and telegraphic communication to to kept up with the aeronaut. As water is scarce in the Soudan where the balloons will be used a generating machine for the manufacture Hydrogen Gas will be established at Naples and the Gas will be packed in steel tubes and carried away for campaigning purposes. Forty tubes will suffice for the intention the balloons. The recent Experiment was successful the balloons being worked by six men. The Argonaut do you get Many Nickels out those mechanical a Telegram reporter asked a Man who was empty ing the Cash receiver a brass mechanical locomotive with music Box attachment. The scheme has become a Little worn Here in new said the Man and we must seek new pastures soon. The first month we placed these toys exhibition they returned the com Pany More than a month each. From that time the receipts have gradually dwindled till each one does not earn More than a third that amount now. Still each one the engines All which have paid for themselves Over and Over again yet earn a Good profit but the weighing Aud grip test machines Don t make their Salt. The mechanical engines Are owned by a company stockholders organized for the purpose and they have All made fat dividends their invest ment. The steamboats locomotives and fire engines Cost about each All told including the Case. The grip testers testers weighing machines and the like Cost at the outside and As they have been exhibition in Vartou snities during the last two three years they have every Kle citius bitters. This remedy is becoming to Well known Ami no popular a to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sine the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it a guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric Bittern will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and oth for affections caused by impure blood. Drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well a cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache pation and indigestion to electric bit ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded Price 50o and per bottle at 0. L. Wall cos. Drag store. One them paid und Over again. Grant. For themselves Over new York Tele an absolute it Job. The original Abi Etuk Point to procure water and food Lor us Alco Kent in Only put up in Large two ounce u additional number boats to take tin boxes Ana in u a Tolu for old in Board the whalers. Sores Burns wounds Oha pad when we who had been in search i and i water returned to Camp about 3 p. M., we were told which bad Ork come our Joy waa unbounded. They i sold the honest anxiety. I feel so tired every night said a Farmer s wife As she took up tier darning after the Day s work was done. Bones ache and i have fits dizziness and no appetite and i m worried too about the Heifer John. When i was feeding the Stock to night she acted very strangely and refused to i m All Aid she i going to said John with an anxious look upon Hia face i m worried about that Heifer atm York Sun. Hlll i sum Puillet will cure scr Fula would you Belleve. The proprietors Kemp s Balsam Kite thousands bottles away yearly this Mode advertising would prove ruinous if the Balsam waa not a perfect cure h r Concha and All Throat and lung Trou Bles Yon will see the excellent effect after taking the ii ret dose Don t Hesi Tate procure a bottle to Day to keep in your Home room for immediate future use. Trial bottle free at Peter Ogier a sons. Large siae soc and f 1. Engraving by darn unite. Dynamite is so instantaneous in its action that a Green Leaf can be com. Pressed into the hardest steel before it has time to flatten. One the experiments at the United states torpedo works was to place some leaves be tween two heavy Flat pieces Iron set them a firm foundation and see what gun Cotton would do in forcing the Iron pieces together. A charge was placed upon them by compressing the gun Cotton into a cylindrical form about one Inch thick and three four Inch in diameter through the Center which a Hole a made Tor a Cap fulminate Mercury by which the gun Cotton is exploded. The re action was so great from merely being exploded in the open air that one Thi Iron pieces was driven Down upon the other Quick enough to catch an impression the leaves before the could escape. I have been Botbere-1 with Catarrh about Twenty Yean i had lost senae fell entirely for the last fifteen Yean and i bad Almont lost no hearing. eyes were getting so dim i ban to one to thread my Needle. Now have my bearing m As i and i can me to As Fine a Ever i did my smell Lazart by restored and it ate a to All time. I think to Oothout like Ely " dream for Catarrh my. E. E 67 Valley Drill Pitt Ohio. Jom emf quite a number rears ago Ayonon Lerman emigrated to Boston and set led Down Here among the Yankees be prospered set up in business for himself. Prospered some More and after a time went Back to Germany and brought Over from his til age a Young wife. The Young Ile i veg and trading among the a Ives became pretty thoroughly Ajner Cadiz de but did not lose their romantic affection for their native children were born to them they till prospered in business and after the husband retired from Lis heart still turning to Germany determined to take his family and place the children in school. No it to the future to determine r he should remain the rest his n Germany return to Boston after he education his six children had. Been Well advanced. The first Day after the family had arrived at the Parent s old sunday and the children with their Ather and Mother Wen grouped around their grandparents for break ast. Instead being served with usual plates Boston baked bears. He elder the children was asked he Grandfather what he would like to Lave for breakfast. Some Beans if you said he boy in his Best German. The Grandfather showed sir Rise and said a Little crus tily that Vas sorry that there were no Bazaj then he turned to the next Eldart. A Rirl and asked her what she Wabi Ike to have for her breakfast i d like some Beans please said the girl As a Matur course. The Grandfather appeared somewhat vexed but Baskett the third child what be would have. Beans said he. The old gentleman Here grew very angry. But he asked All the the children in turn Down to youngest Tot and All declared thac they wanted some Beans. And when. They found that they could the smallest children overcome All at once by homesickness began to Aud the older ones looked vary do dressed and unhappy. Their grand parents rebuked the father and Mother for not rearing their children with better manners. The parents pro. Tested that it was perfectly natural. And began to feel decidedly homa Stohr themselves. Is no said the father to Mother after the meal was Over and they had retired to their chamber. We Hare made a mistake and Blither we nor the children can con tented Here. It in t that we can t without baked Beans sunday ing but that we have become such Yankees that we shall homa aids. Here i think you Are said wife and now that we Hare our minds to that had t we better Back to Boston and educate our Nellav Ren i think we said the after a Short stay which nobody enjoyed family packed up to fair baggage and returned to Boston. All because there were no baked i sunday Bolan Tript. R jut Tor Cunningham Bittl i More press advocates the Lio Ulang of1 locomotive engineers by conure a and that this plan would Rad argues accidents to a minimum prevent Fei Ever and effectually Railroad and save to the travelling Publia payment thousands dollars Ian premiums to travellers companies. And Nul. Old tube mid to Fol Jill hate Antto Ahr Fth i to do. And in is Laljit news Paperi newspaper

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