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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 28, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio
The Cambridge vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday june 28, 1888. No. 8. Puy8iciakb. M. U. Ail Surapon c. Oklus m. Ii. And in in Taylor Wott mala1 a nil. A Calls of w t. M. A. Hohm Rob Way Hohm Rov Itu Alphil my of the Natt Eitl met Licul Collm Loup wave Haglun. F. Lit Hul wave Haglun. Wpm plug Hull Betuu wa1.um.u. Of u. L. Wall Pattok Noyh. I a.tannkhibl., attorney at Law. Obee Ami of coi irl Mon a Olav u Tyr u a. Dlf Kmon Ami. J Lux if attorneys at Law new Taylor Hull Al holc. I k. Law Honl a attorney at Law. Oium Public Kaub at Law. Holau no. 1 i Hute Blanou Bull lug mitral Natl Unm hunk. Notary la b. Juu Mikkl y. Attorney at Law Abd notary Tuble. Mew us at Pullou to .----------1, National Trtek Moose we. M. Kirk prep re. Oh1u. Obb mid Wii title Shutai m a Large Aad Itolo. L1vkhy htabl.k8. W. Uavw4bo.n, livery anti Omle stable. Boob float amp at -11t. Us ukr. Cobol a a Ohio. Oar. Court oot f im7 Cand fair View uh1u. Will Blued to nil Furla Lului to Laud ale. A Iutuk Ana Tea Lualta Nikaula Oua Blu Sliu to to. T c a Akvik. Meal Legate agent. Will Mil Karuzis. Town prop Ami King Roll my Nib by veal of Fermi in Bay to of Imam to Moa of Honi Kanub Corner Cam my on in All Knila of my Hlucny Vav Balv my Cal Billy nou i Ratais paint i Boua in Jan Kly _ uttam Ami Walkk a Timu Var a lbs and Liln of abort to Aud Bud Al Ollna in Twat Pool bin Ai rate. And Dallou Hampa Lor. And repaired. Klo. Pajl Al and in band. Cambh1kmk Utah uu., of court Iuar Moath co., Manuia Oleran of Fine tip and Olga re. Ita Auer la. Ngea and itt Ottn would do m Aad Eraes. Nothing like pm Hornbrook s easy Stoes 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 Satina. The finest assortment of american and French goods Ever exhibited in the scotch and american dress Ging hams seersucker Cable cords coloured plaid India linens and White goods in great variety new paper at half last year s Price. Black goods department. All Wool Henrietta cloths 46 inches wide at 85 cents Worth i. Silk wrap Henrietta cloth and ,35. All Wool armure s checks Cashmere at prices that pay you to buy Here Don t buy a cent s Worth of goods until you see our Stock. If you can t Call Send for Sam Ples. 8. Craig son. Books magazines etc., Amono the striking description in John Bogart i article on railway magi. Duriac feat in Fri tier t be a Lull account of life in a pneumatic Caisson far below the Mir Lacot the water during the construction of Bridge foundations. A number of pictures illustrate the operation of a Caisson. Two articles Are promised a popular sri tire fun they for july that arc especially worthy of attention they urn a fully illustrated paper on safety in House or by William e. Moyt 8. B., in a bib the i Lief Tomt plumbing fixtures in our i oust Are inevitable of danger is controverted Anil Are Gbowu for making them wholly Safe and the i ouch ruling essay of the remarkable series on darwinism and Tho Christian Naturk Shunika by prof. F. Katon Anil others. Price lit Teton cents. J. Fiti Terald. Publ Ber pm Kate 4lh Street new York. Mere Are contains four highly interesting Anil instructive essays on scientific subjects namely by prof Ealum Lowe Snow. Chisholm v. L. S. James Dallas f. L. An attractive variety of subjects certainly and the essays Are written in a style fitted to captivate the Moat listless Reader. Tiik initial june number of a Floril x Fiji Fine opens with an article of Protection the enemy of by Thom As ii. Shearman. J. S. Moore tells what lie knows about and his knowledge is by no Means limited. Henry George gives an address full of Mimon sent and free tide to working article by Frank the first it. Lynnl half of i on Tarot do not buy Wahhu and hair but link. Taut Alyer. Colouring done in Tiv Cioeta of Knoll a a Tiara at Rah Lish of Hau it Reefer. Aud a Dollar s Worth of dry goods carpets paper or Huntck dentist. To mob without uni ladies or children s wraps until you see Raymond co. An adventurous voyage to California. A True Story in five chapters chapter v. After having our thirst Grall Liml we stretched our weary limbs upon the hot nand and died Nur a Lollini in the Sun. I thought How Little we appreciate the Small gifts of nature until we arc deprived of Licin by this time our bouts had arrived and to were soon of for the Chiph. It was Long after darkness had net in when we reached the Little Harbor in which the vessels were at Anchor and As we came along Side the lotto and very Greasy we Nilor were told to make out Way up the rope ladder to deck this not an easy feat for us to form since the lower end of the ladder Hung Dang no in the air while the tip per end wan fastened to Hie Dei k. Ii was not a lit be sport to the old sea veterans to watch Steps of the ascended the land Lubbers ladder. An As Thev a aaa Lobrot Kam i la that ass la Raav add town Iba my lira Lun Bancaco of loan Muana of All of Oarr Faaee Ana Wagone. Abb Kidik Ohio. We ase aet Lea Ket Iraq am we a Tibet work a Teri Are now making a they great clearance Sale do and aaa Landol Milo Only Nib Marat oambk1uuk, Ohio. All for Barray Laa 01 to. Buji a. To make room for Spring goods and they guarantee to sell goods cheaper than any other store in Eastern Ohio. Lip it m m my All Blank to no for what of an it to Whf far Ihm mib. Btlffctma., abm mint la Tokay Fay Roati. Or Aoa la Dill it Mitt the Sturtevant lumber co Skaf u. Tucher8 exahimtion8. Hhd of eat Boal of i for five Boutelle Tea hut Tiv Tlam Matt a Turfitt 40hn bold 00. Cur own who read Faud than it thay Ood boo that not Lak Albam Iron their Bob Sand and fall Lam. Pro flux Are Large and sure or Inui Noua Penon Many and Are now Maklani Avrard bad Rcd dollars in Nib. U la Tat Lake and now Sun to work not Reform to Momita some put Lii it Ivues tons on the tax payer and citizen for answer and Trade and Congress is vigorously Ham Tinl i an Atli Lunil by Dunn Piatt. Tie High literary of the at attn Lic monthly in Inam mind in the july number. The Public has taken kindly to j. P. Tji Iii a s rather weird Story. Miser Ferrel s which now reaches its clo Sinic chapter. Miss Harriet Waters Preston it would have been natural to suppose in View of her uncommon Success in other directions would not Challenge criticism by Sincli an ambitious Effort As her article a changing miss Preston goes far to prove however that a woman can write upon a Large historical topic in a manner thoroughly to be admired. Kkt Alden Al new illustrated weekly Magazine a certainly one o tin brightest handsomest and Moat read Able of the literary of course it is the cheapest for Aldan publishes it a year specimen copy tree. Especially interesting papers in the last leans Are Lew Vanderpoole on Romance in fic tion Fredenc Hastings on John rns Kin s forge and Dix and House on Hen Rick scandinavian Poe which in accompanied of a Niue portrait. It in a Good paper for every Home Library. John b. Aldan. Publisher 391 Pearl Street new York 21 s Clark Street Chicago. Harper s mama link for july is remarkable for strength and vigor from frontispiece to Finis. Some of the Best known names in literature Are seen in its table of contents Ami it a Safe to Stu names not yet famous soon be. In artistic work few have excelled this one. K. A. Abbey s sketches come of them full Page Are simply anywhere. In All Are Aily illustrations in the Issue. The care with which the mechanical work of the number has been done Wil be a Krutil Catlon to careful Oba Ervin readers very Issue of this Magazine Iiah a distinct educating influence in Art literature and morals. Frank Lobue h Hunt my for july which begins the Twenty tour Ali volume a a Bright and entertaining Hummer number full As usual of interesting Reading and Beautiful illustrations. Among the profusely illustrated articles Are ancient greeks in modern by a i Rawson sunday in the City of the by the Rev Fred Erick hustings a strange Cuba Ritj Iho Sheppard insane a Luiu Bonumore by v. slow and Henry Hudson by we. Melon. In this number Art portraits of the Sundita Kurt thai Sunich Vati Alexander Campbell min Ken Zie or. Vaum Naki Moses sep paid Mary Howitt mine Regueur i Eon Liou land Bishop Thomaa How Man and the Rev. K. Warneld d. A popular s Keith of Alexann Der Story of the second in the series of popular american his Torles to be known As the Story of tin is Tolm a Guetl in a few Days the a company of Boston. The publication of this work at Ihu of Ohio s Centennial Celebration is at once timely and suggestive. If the hears out the Pomme of the pub usher s announcements All Loyal ohioans certainly Welcome and approve it a desire to popularize american history teems to have prompted this new and this to be esteemed As one of the beat signs of a growing Public interest in something More ban the Mere Fri h of literature indeed the increasing in Terest in anything bearing upon out National Story is a refreshing indication of the people s Progress. A new aril striking improvement in political be an elegant engraved cart de visit size portrait of each of the state and territorial governors which be respectively ror traded upon the 48 cards representing the 48 states and Terri cries. The 3k state also respectively show number of electoral votes each state entitled to new York leading with x electoral votes he cards printed in Black designating Republican states. While those printed in red designate democratic states according to the last presidential election. The governors portraits for these 38 states and 10 territory cards making in All 48 we Are now actively engaged upon. The full pack of cards issued Imra Edi lately upon the Republican and demo cratic National con vein i me notifying is what Lour portraits shall have the Honor of being played the two right and two left respectively. Should or. G Elaine fail to secure at Mohica abundant amount of provisions were furnished us the Cluck of beat sea Bis Ruilt Aud hot i Nellve to which we had Rue Access it. Win a wonder that we were not injured the intemperate manner in Lii Chi we. Imeln Kuil our appetites for it dial appear Khz if we never could become Aati Mikeil wait ii the hour for retiring came Tho pm Plain ordered up what in called the ship s new or in other words a Reserve set of nails to be used in ease the old Are destroyed. These were spread upon the deck and we Laid Wiir Nivek Down in Long rows upon them. On sleep War to sound that we did not that Tiu sailors were running Over us at All hours of the night in the dig charge of their duties. The wrecked Pas sengers were distributed Kinong the live vessels alien lying in to Harbor. These. Were from different port a and having about finished their operations worn intending to leave Berlvin the next week for the Arctic Ocean Fortune Sci tried one week later we would not have received shia timely in live auce at the Luigi is of those hearted whal ers. The i in we want on Board a nil was made Fin volunteers to so Back to tie i1. Mill mid nid in Rarry Mic some Over from the wreck to be taken on Board of ships. Myself and two to minded were Iii Nona the Nui her who responded to the Call. I he any was very warm and to t wis Tiina to been no tiered by our Coats we left them in Hie boats. The time wore on. And As evening approached we returned to the Beach where we Imd loft the boats. Rut to on dismay they bad All gone away Anil we were left once More upon the desolate Island. There were six of us in All thought big Rev Thev would in turn for a before Long but after waiting anxiously until a late hour and Lecoin Ink Clil cd by the Cool sea Breeze we were Only too kind to to Mick into the mountains Liere to escape the annoying Clouds of Sand that had been blowing Ifil. Flor wandering a boil for some tune we concluded to spend the night in it Ravine Between two Large mountains. We All occupied the same bed that night Aud a Latigu negro who a member of the party Lay on the Uini Laid Side to protect is much an from the a Billy blasts that came from the sea. Were sorely in need of the win Mill that might have Licetti afforded by pm i lamented dials. The morn ing i lawns but it there came no Nina of Relief. But there was one a Mil car enemy in tie form of hunger which stared is boldly in the face. During the Dav we went Back to the wreck in Hopes of finding something to Aati Afy its do no mar but in this we were also Digap pointed. Late in Tho afternoon a boat waa seen approaching the Island we supposed it had been sent out to Coli Rev is to the ship. But to our Surprise the Crew in formed vhf that this was not their Pur pose a had again been on the Island for More than Twenty four hours with out food or drink and were in no Condi tion to allow an Opportunity of escape to Liana without an Effort to improve it. About dark when Thi Crew returned from the wreck where they bad gone upon they found us All com Forth la seated in the Lioata. We asserted on determination to take in her to the the mate in charge Monstras d. Sayi Iii that she could not pops blvd Mako the Pisa ire with so Many on Board Over to Roi Iuli a sea and would sink if we attempted it. We preferred to Hazard on lives upon the water rather than to remain longer upon Tho Island and we it Hist Piv hed out to sea. The night was m by dark the wind Strong and the Nen i Luijs i so my h so indeed we feared the mate s were Only too True. Our anxiety waa greatly increased As we saw the boat continually dipping water re in iring one Man to devote All his time to baling it out. In lad her upper Edge waa weighed almost to the surface of the water by the Emvy Load on Board we were at last ene Nurayir d by seeing the Lighta on the ships and we re soon safely on deck resolving never again to be aught on the Island if we could help it i was now enabled to Purchase a Ollow coarse Hoea from a Sailor which i on my Bare my coat Given me by 1 at Smith was stolen and i was still in my shirt sleeves John Downer now befriended Usu by donating another one. Thia won a Erma that John had saved from the wreck and did not lit me close enough to make coma on my Hod. The Ijo Tom of the. Skirt dragged on deck Bur by rolling up the sleeves i wan enabled to get along very nicely. During on absence i it. Samson of the ill Fitell Steamer had returned with b luring Schooner that he had found Sana there during his Seurt h he desired All to take passage on her Down the coast 100 Miles to rape St. Guicas there was no u. S. Minister at that port Anil the adjustment of lira matter left entire la with ourselves we therefore on account of on inability to nil get on Board Flie by honer with am degree of Comfort refused to Cornth with his demands we ascertained that one of the Shii s Cou d be chartered to take us to san Francisco a distance of about Miles for a stipulated sum of Money. It was necessary that capt. Samson should sign As agent of the Tea Malip company a contract with the Captain of the whale ship to pay the required amount upon wore no flies to trouble it and the air was free from All impurities tending to decomposition. The water then on Board bad been brought from new Bedford mass., some eighteen months previous this time and was still in excellent condition. However an additional Supply was necessary which was obtained from the main land. After All was in readiness the wrecked passengers were gathered in from the other shins they now numbered in All about Iso Only half the number that first went on Board the Independence. Of i he fourth Day of March at the time the inaugural ceremonies of presi Dent Pierce were taking place in Washington the Anchor of our whaling vessel was weighed and with a fair wind we slowly made our was out of the Magda Ituna Bay and entered once More upon tiie Mich Waters of the Ocean. Two weeks bail elapsed since we were cast so unexpectedly upon that desolate Island Anil now we bid it Farewell for Ever. Our ship stood off toward the Sandwich islands in order to take advantage of the Trade win s this length ened our voyage to a considerable extent and during All this time were compelled to sleep Nuon the hard floor be tween decks without any bedding what Ever we were formed in messes of twelve for convenience in distributing rations each person received three sea biscuit every Day Anil each mess was supplied with a Small Nocket of very Black Coffee oboe a Day. Twice a week a Backet of bean soup was Given to each Mesa. This soup was Maila by boiling the Beans in sea water. In order to eat it we were compelled to make wooden spoons and All eat out of the same Backet. Wednes Day was called Duff but the Duff received by us was destitute of the Fine fruits and Cream which so characterizes it on on borne tables. It was nothing More than hour and water mixed and milled. It so that after eating freely of it one could not fall overboard without being in great danger of sinking immediately to the Bottom. We All soon tired of this kind of fare since a much better variety was daily being prepared for the Oili Curg of the ship. The boys persisted in helping them selves to anything eatable that came on deck. A barrel of pickled onions was opened for the Otlie ers and before those in charge of it could replace the head every onion was taken out. It was impossible to prevent such conduct so great was on craving for nutritious food. Again the ship hands brought a barrel of pickled pork on deck and not withstanding then Brt rious threats toward any one who dared molest it Larae pieces were snatched from beneath their very hands. The onions and pork Werp so pleasant to our taste that we enjoyed them hugely to fact i was so delighted with them that i thought if i Ever not on Shore again i would eat Pukli d onions and pork All Tho rest of Luy life. My resting place at night was directly under i lie Hatch which had to be kept open All night being the Only Means of ventilating our sleeping apartment. For this reason sullied much from cold during the nights. My desire to protect myself from t be cold caused me to appropriate a Large sail cloth found in a Small hour to my own use. Kurly in the even ing f stored thin article away in safety As i thought but to my bargin it not to be found at bed time. My Dis appointment was soon turned into gratitude when i saw the mate making bin Way among the rows of prostrate men with lantern m haad Locking Verv carefully for the sail cloth that was missing swearing vengeance on the Man in whose Possession it might be found. Had some Obe not been kind enough to steal it from me i certainly would have been the Man thu Days passed in a very monotonous and uninteresting manner. We had to books or games with which to amuse our selves. The most interesting objects seen were the Sandwich islands. A Calm Over took us and lasted several Days. While this lasted we made no Progress since our ship entirely upon her sails. Some of the passengers amused them selves at this time by jumping into the water and swimming until satisfied fre in Henlly disappearing on one Side of the ship passing under it and coining to the surface on the other Side. The Captain and the Purser of the wrecked Steamer Seldom eared of deck tin1 social atmosphere not being agreeable to them very passenger looked upon these of liners with contempt and mistrust. It was hinted very strongly that on vessel would make its appear Ance in the Harbor of san Francisco with the c Uptain banging on one end of the Toniu Vard and she Purser on the other end on i be morning of the 29th of March we were nude glad by the sight of the Hosmun but on account of a severe storm we ill not enter the Harbin for three Days. This was a matter of great ois appointment to us since of water and Lood were almost exhausted. In answer to the tiring of a Cannon on our deck a Pilot boat came out to assist us upon hearing the vessel they bailed us and asked the question what ship is ibis " the Unnis was Given by on Captain who also stated that he had the Wiec Keil passengers of the Independence on Board. This information was not at first understood by the pilots who replied that the Independence and its passengers bad gone to the Bottom Long ago. One of them then came on Board and took i Barge of the vessel. We now ate our last Nibal of sea Bis Cuit on Hii ird the no Ile ship and Civ soon to leave her never to return. Oui clothing hands and 11 res were covered with Oil from the ship which resisted nil i h orb toward removal with sea water. We nil Felt a debt of gratitude Towall the Captain Anil Crew of this vessel for their Many kind acts that we never can repay. It was a delightful morning and As we slowly our Way through the Golden Gate All nature seemed to rejoice with in. Many other vessels passed is with their cargo of Gold seekers from All parts of the world. The shores with their Beautiful Green carpets of grass presented a picturesque appearance for our eyes to feast upon. These scenes so greatly contrasted with which we had just pus sad through that we Felt it was almost heaven itself and once safely ambled to would never leave these Beautiful things of nature again. The night before we entered the har Bor capt. Sampson and the pulse quietly stole away from the ship in a Small boat and Proee led us into the Citron our arrival we found As we entered a number of men who were sitting around the room crowded about us and inquired it we were a part of the wrecked passengers. Being an swered in the null Irmaline they wanted a full description of the whole Al air. We told them we were tired dirty and Hun Gry and preferred a hath Anil something to eat before telling our Story. We lao said we Hud no Money but if we could be accommodated we would pay the Bill be lore leaving the pity. Two or three men told the clerk to let us have what we needed Aud if the House could not Sund the Hill they would pay it. We were Verv kindly treated and paid Nur own Bills be fore leaving his City. The next morning after breakfast one of the gentlemen who Hail befriended us on the previous evening c Ime to me and alldred work for one Day Only at Assort ing Anil sacking onions in his warehouse. This f accepted tule Smith went to look after our interests at the office of the steamship company there being Dun us that had been advanced for pin visions on the whale ship. The company at first refused to pay Hack the amount advanced but were dually forced to do no by the passengers who were backed the citizens. While engaged in my duties at the warehouse that Moi Iuliu i was the object of Many comments and curious looks which were not very pal liable to me. Upon going to my dinner f found that my companions were going that afternoon to Sacramento Aud 1 thought Best to go with them. Journey Cost us nearly All the Rudnev we bad accumulated while in the pity. From Sacramento we Walken Nevada pity were we found Many friends when gave us a warm Welcome and aided us in out Anim prof Itable employment. Of the six Young men who left Antrim with such buoyant Are known to bal dead two returned to their Homes Aud nne supposed to to yet in California. 1iik what make the breath so Ira Eraut. Punio Liat rite Rosy Iii ii outline wll inn Kellia Teeth to Pearly what inn Ken tie rim Ltd a hear iteuith1 mini precious lion which no if Orin mho Imp late. 1m it is Etc v kill to to cleanse the Teeth Anil Render Tho breath odoriferous with fragrant dont tint it is Best to use this wonder Ful vegetable for before the Teeth begin to fail and the breath o lose its freshness. Is. Set and True. Celebrated glue use june How in All the discussion about the negro problem in the South senator Wade Hampton of South Carolina has hither to maintained silence. But lie has now written for the Vin inn an article which appear in the june number where in he gives of tin experience of South Carolina when the state lion eminent was in the control of the negroes. It is a Frank and Strong state ment of the Southern i on vicious about negro supremacy in politics. I am Wenry of Uio annd poor mis Haik. For i m i Bony out with t he ache in my Hack my net ves Rich Niti of Tun pain poor Dimuil is atm lug astr it Wouri he Cleil enl White us Nevei to dark but Promise of log lit 1 Oku Tell Yon in in lot. What Wilt give Vou Millet Pierce a favorite Presho Ringlon noon set you it is the Only remedy for Peculiar weaknesses and ailments sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it nil give satisfaction in every Case or Money be refunded. See guarantee on Tottle wrapper. Large bottles Joo six non you know that you cannot afford to neglect that Catarrh Oon t you know that it a Lead to consumption to insanity to death Vou know that it if can he easily curei.7 Don t you know thai while the thousand and one nostrums von have ii led have Terly failed that or. Sage s Catarrh remedy is a certain cure0 it has stood the test of years and there Are bund Edso thousands o grateful men and women in All parts of lib country who can testify to us he Eacy All druggists allot grounder a wild turnip. A of inbox k. Bail Bridge anti Day ksq., county atly clayco., Tex. Says electric bitters with most Happy results my brother also was very Low Wilh malarial fever and jaundice but was i ored by timely use of this Medicine. Am satisfied a Lecleric hitters Sareil his or d i. Wilcoxson of horse Cave ky., adds a like testimony saying he positively believes he would died Iliad it not have been i or Klee inc bitters tills great in moly Ward Nils is As cure ail malaria diseases Ami for All kidney and stomach disorders stands puce and at. L from pole to a clothes line. Vatu ii s own Truu laxative. The delicious Llaver and healthy Pio Perlis of s inn Ripe fruit Aie known Ami feeling the need of an agree Able and Ell i Tive laxative the Calit minis kids yup commenced a few years ago to manufacture a concentrated syrup of figs which has Given such general satisfaction that it is rapid 1 superseding the drastic medicines and cathartic hitherto u use. If co alive or bilious try it. Voi Sale at. J. U. Downar s drug store. June 7 1 m raw Eley Utor boys a terror of the Cheeky woman whom i now in mind is sell possessed smiting and dressed. She is the terror of storekeepers. Recently a specimen of this class had a piece of Tine Needle work Liat her own sewing machine could not do. She knew of one in the Market that could and go Slie went to the office talked prices Anil Quality asked permission to try it on the spot took a Roll from her shopping bag stitched an hour till the Job waa done. Expressed entire satisfaction with the machine and Price gave her name Street and number with an order Lor one of the Best and went her Way. The agent never saw her again and found no machine was wanted at the Street Ami number designated. Slie would be horrified at tie hint of shop lifting. Her Little game is different. It is shop borrowing. This same woman was invited to an out of town reception. She wanted a More elegant Mitsie garment than her own for the occasion and Trot it. Going to one of the largest establishments she tried. On and Trizil on wraps trying at the same time the patience of the Saleswoman As she always came bark to one. Pic Mot elegant of the lot. And seemed just of the Point of choosing it. Finally she begged permission to take it Home to show her husband feeling would approve. The Gar ment was sent Home was worn at the reception and returned with a polite note and regrets that it was not found wholly Tittle s a Etu i Ork letter. A family Gati skring. Have you a father have you a Mother have Vou a son or daughter. Sister or a brother who has not yet taken Kemp s Balaam for the lungs am Throat the guaranteed remedy for in cure of coughs colds asthma croup no All Throat and lung troubles if so by when b Sample bottle is lil Adly Veu to Vou free by Peter Ogier s inns and the Large size costs Only 50c id at Peter Ogier s sons. On arrival at san Francisco. Capt. Samson promptly refused to go i he nominal Ion for president or re Pool mean right Bower to him Oronsky played in political eur Cibb at us joker. Bonald he secure the Idelt Ftp nomination then pm. F. Bator s portrait play i m the joke in political Eucrid. Lam Smith 706 Obj Tot 8k, Philadelphia sign any Sui h Papor and would do Norh ing but take a Back to c ipe St. Lucas on the miserable Little Schooner. A Law yer irom Kentucky who Hal lost hit. Wife in the wreck Drew up a contract in accordance with the terms propose i in the Captain of the whale ship to which capt. Pamson null led his name alter viewing with much dismay in in Sines end of a loaded revolver which wan uncomfortably near his head. This Man au1 the con pan he represented were As before stated believed to be the wilful cause of our great disaster and we were therefore in no condition to be fort our trifled with. This being or comply lied preparations were at once begun for our departure the chartered ship was from new bed Ford mass. In order that we might have Provis ions enough to carry us through to san Francisco an of Twenty Dol Lars on each male passenger for the pair pole of buying the needed articles from the other Pulupa Many dial not have Money enough to pay this amount. Undi r the what Little Thev incl was accented. All tins Money was to be returned when we reached the end of on journey which was done in strict accordance with the agreement. Men were sent on main land for the purpose of trading for beef cattle. Thev took with them bolts of the cheapest Nulion carried on Board Tor trading Pur poses and no i Nulty in exchanging enc one of them or a two year old i guess cattle Weie All on Shore and the Dwir Able portions were in the Rifting of the to be card ult out the use of met such Cilton Jwak emf to bars hooded with extras giving extended report of the wreck and our arrival these papers gave great credit to capt Samson for his heroic Cut Orta to save the ship and her passengers. Not Long after our Landing there was another version issued which gave the in eject a decided difference in color vastly changing the current of Public opinion. I landed in san Francisco with but ten cents in my pocket. Large crowds gathered upon the Warl and Many were the questions propounded to is. But the most important interrogatory presenting itself to on ruin i was where we should loud the rest and nourishment we s i Muli needed. We were not sought by hotel porters but were to Settle that question without being interrupted by them. Fat Smith and i concluded to obey Nur Early instructions and p it up at a first class House. This we Dio going at once to adage hotel located at the upper end of Montgomery Street. This was then the ii aest hotel in the pity. We seemed to be the objects of com ment by every Oan As we passed up the Street. Uhis was owing to the impoverished condition of our wardrobe Lor i still wore Only Ilu Linni Ijar of my Pant loons the cloth having been torn of in the wreck and the great coat Given me by John Downar with its skirt dragging the ground. On my feet were Only the Low coarse shoes purchased of the f hip added Taall this was a conspicuous amount of grease which did not in the least increase our personal Beauty. Pat waa better dressed than i Bat was also in in very rough condition. In these straightened circumstances we presented Aorta lives to the office of the largest hotel in the City. We had a Flam Lal banking at ten cents in Cash Ami a superfluous amount of whale of to of the Best medical writers claim that the successful remedy for nasal Ca Tarti must be non irritating East of a pm Ca tion and one that by its own action reach All the Remote sores and ulcerated surfaces. The history of the efforts to treat Catarrh during the past few years obliges us to admit that our one remedy has conic Letell met these conditions and that is Kly s Cream Balm. This Safe and Plesant Romed has mastered Catarrh As nothing Elsi has Ever done and both phys Caius and patients freely concede this fact. The More distressing symptoms Nii k yield to it. June 7-4w i Alaw of the kiss in the dark. Card of Tiia Juks. Ii the proprietors of Kemp s a san would publish a Cave of thanks con Twining expressions of gratitude when come to him daily from those who have been cured of severe Throat and hint troubled by the line of Kemp s Balsan it would till a fair Siz a Book. Much better to invite All to Call on Pele outer s sous and get a free Sample Bot tie that Vou May teat Tor yourself it Power. Large bottles Ami a straight Maiden that is not painted. California Cath cubs the Only guaranteed Guie Lor Catarrh in the head Hay Lerein Rose Nojd catarrhal deafness and sore eyes Kea lore the sense of Taite we in pleasant breath resulting from ratan. Vaaj pleasant to use. Follow and Acme in Wawa leed by all1 drug Ginita. Send Lor circular to a Letiel medical combat Oroville eau six month treat sent by Snail 11.10. It jftfev1 Legal trickery. Some lawyers would try to work n elephant through a mused ii attache of the municipal court re to a Point raised in a Case that Jokull As Gauzy As the dress of a Ballet anger. I remember not Long ago lat h known Crook was tried for burglary. Witnesses were examined my All the red tape business was gone trough with and at last the jury Rought in a verdict of guilty. Then in attorney for the prisoner Rose with Bland smile on his face and pointed it that the prisoner could not be unt snood because the District attorney ail neglected to write the Man s name i the first part of the information. He name appeared in the document in Thor on. Hut not at the beginning. The Lausei argued that prisoner has not been charged Ith anything. How then could he be the judge held that this was Good seasoning and decided that the con option could not stand. Next Dav lat lawyer had the Gall to come into ourt and ask for the discharge of the prisoner on the ground that a Man in t be tried twice for the same of use. And that he had Aheady been once. The judge in Len t it Tuat Way and the Bur Lar another Hill s Peerless cough syrup cure Inglis. Colds croup or sore Throat id relieves whooping cough and Ulli Iii. It does not dry up a cough and leave the inflammation and Ever limit it but loosens the phlegm and tatter and permits nature to heal the ing i issues and diseased parts. Call and get a bottle. If not satisfied after sing it. Return the empty bottle and we ill refund your mosey. A package of Obb s Little pills in the top of each Omle free. Peter Osier s sons what drowns Good so Franzen. I would not be at All astonished if numerous of drowning in which victim is a Good swimmer were to to of blood to the brain pro insensibility. The common is that the Strong swim who i. Seen to sink suddenly with cramp but from my Peri evil a i am led to think that it is of cramp but a Ort of Apo puny that trikes Moil in such cases and renders it in completely helpless. If it were Civ la a cramp of a leg or Arm i do of to Luik that Strong men would sink i Denly. And almost without a Strug be acc that they do in Many one who reads the apers recall numerous instances t the sea Dune at every bating resort Herp mysterious drownings to the Philadelphia Thor Stolb he Story of How Sherku i but As rapidly written and started Mia s course to Fame As Swift to. Mack orse on the Winchester Road is Beau Gold in Chat Over the recalled poem by Buchanan Luad r Sheridan s ride that the dramatic Eric was written at about m peed As that taken for the great Gal p itself. It was written too by tic. Inspiration of a cup of Stro Ajr Tow on. morning of the Day when or. Far och was to read it in the Ere Aiby. As testimony to Tea and Pace of worship. As As to the instant Jade Lent of Murdoch in seizing upon b Mem for the occasion which Lade ready at a few hours notice to. Eta its Given by the Cincinnati Merciai Are interesting. The brother a Law of Buchanan head had to nation called on the morning of nor. 1864, to an illustration in to rpt t Eek i depicting Sheridan s to he front. Read shut himself up with cup of Tea and produced the poem which had been offered to Murdoch by Ead brother in Law As something shirt to come out of that picture veil before it was written. It Ead to an enthusiastic audience ably hot front the that ight so this account runs. Kheri Davol ride. P from the South at break of Darr ringing to Winc beater fms a tour. He affrighted air with a thud do bore. Ike be Sld m to the Chile full l he terrible grumble end Rubota u4 Elling the Battle we of o and Sheridan Twenty mind e that miss Gabriele Reeley is to take up one cause or Notchev and plead it m a Public Way fore new York audiences. Such a port might True says the new Ark press because Greeley in b Ozug woman of arrest intelligence Aad. Rith decided opinions on the Kuromi ent question of the Day although Haw As not made a study of them. It must e expected too. That the daughter Only surviving child of Horace Greeley Oxild fancy holding a Prum Iaac option in society and one which it would be easy for her to attain but Luh a report is not True because she As chosen other duties Aad a vocation iut does not in any Way place her be re the general Public. To have known or. Greeley Wpm at East to have heard of his country nine at c Happ Aqna. And to find Mea of of that simple Little Village nestled. 1110112 the Hills is to hear now of Misa Veeley the great Man s daughter. Ask the very cows in the Fields or Lowers along the Roadside and they Rill have something to Tell you of die Oving kindness of this gentle without a dissenting voice her face in ailed Beautiful. Her in re lose Are classic and when animated he eyes glancing beams of he Nouth opened Over Teeth Ordaz Xung produce an imprint of he mind of the beholder that no easily effaced. No Bangs or Waring Ocks of hair Are needed to enhance nature the Brown tresses Are ack in the simplest manner and Fana a knot just behind the ears. Tua a he sort of face that a wide Brint Meol Gainsborough hat with floating drama. Becomes so and Miat Greenm wears one sometimes. Her garb tar he country is Plain and nit everything shows to advantage eel his developed. And strongly built Ozug woman. The Greeley farm is Only a brie Tva minutes walk away from the and its Laud Borders the High the House which is merely a spec idea cottage was built for a farm Hogue by has been used As a family dwelling aim the original Home was burned aae Teav that took place several years ago. Iosa Greeley Aad three other ladies lire to Brether in the utmost peace and Ziony. Each carries on her Owa Pur suit sharing equal and sharing alike in he burdens and Joys Otho there is a shoe factory at which employs 300 people live in and around the Village a settlement of quakers in the vote Tail adds to the population another Aasu quaint species of Mankind. Country is Broad enough to admit eel More than one Creed Aad so there act room for the pretty Little Church Attar ritualistic services which has Hehne much toward providing Tor Mia Greeley her vocation be trespassing on sacred ground to give a More detailed at count of the Good she it constantly ing the heart full of sympathy thai she gives out to All claimants in men women or children and seed that is being scattered by her m every direction. If he lived in York her would be broader. East she would undoubtedly be a Leaver a ague of the advanced Mot ments Eft. The Dav. She Lores her Coua Ory Hee Aei and her retired though Bey finds Little for studying rights of Protection or Wimon free Trade except that Hwali free Trade except leans a Little the tree her father
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