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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1886, Cambridge, OhioJipp j Effe bosnian. Vol. 54. Cambridge Ohio thursday March 4, 1886. No. 43. We mov m. Ii Mike of hmm All a Light Money Market cheap goods a Wall m. Wrol of of l Irani r o. N 9. U. Ami will mob Limtt in Attar metro. At Law i Myrln i o at Tarnay me s in All i at Law. Wiil i attorney it Law. Olff. T attorney Law. Will i joining or at Corne u Ami. R. i attorney at Law pc orhoo in i Xiv m in ,1 o i. Am a i Rel a attorney it Law. Will j o m c i l y a r will for the next 15 Days offer his immense Stock of i at far less Money than such goods have Ever been sold for in this City exclusively Tor spot Cash or Good produce. 10 pairs Good White blankets at 99o. 5 3 Kiall Wool 1 lot ladies jerseys at 68c. 1 at 99c. 1 at 1 Kukk Coats at 1 Kkt new markets at to j 1 Kukk russian circulars at to 1 Kkt children s wraps without regard to Cost. Bee our bargains in Gingham at 5c. See our bargains in prints at 3c. A very Choice line of dress goods from 6 to 8, 9 and Loc pairs Hose from 5c. A pair up. 500 pairs half Hose Ironi 5c. A pair up. Hats Caps and gloves Yudik Geir m Mem Mem. Quek sware glassware a akm want h. I Oan Duil Lulu i no our remnants in prints Gingham dress goods and carpets Are very attract Ive. New line of carpets just received. And cheap we. S. W. Kirk 7, i Stii disposing of what summer goods we have re Ruby reduced figure we have filled up our Mammoth room with a very Largo and handsome Stock of fall and Winter goods which we arc prepared to offer tins season at to placed our orders Goohs during the business depression securing an advantage which we propose with our customers. Is solicited. H i r s c h b e r g the one Price Clothier care Bride Albert l Institute sky i Mitzi. Practical horse Shoor shop m i Ovll and mining and court ii it it ext Tkv atone were of All kinds Tel in Dunn rain. For oui Barber until hair Iulla Styk Oburr. Undo Rukor. W or. Albert inn Ortoll i Wmk debility. Nervous m.ca1" tip Nanct stolid cigars. Imojo epilepsy or fits r for i f of a . S Kolni i with til pm m dealer in Ohio. v1ct.a n chronic and blood diseases -ajw3o Throat. Lungs kidneys and bladder Skocos fully treated upon tha Aclin Tifilo principles. I marriage. If i m . In in err lint i., tin u org anal weakness mini full Slitor Thill if Wei. To it Lii int Tut Liim in ii Milf or Fly Mil victim of 1 in Lickell ill i Vemi at Elf Niar in ii tit thy . Siml Wlms in of that Hulln cml Krei cures rheumatism. Neural to. Ii Lili Ihk if i t t he til 1ulkh .1. my. H Ough up 1 a Loos by u o n r or f r that or tin on lil in the i n death with Rheu mahi of is n with a Good Thomas a u i leu Oil. I i a k a n t k k 1 i v c v i f v Nill Iii ii jul k la in in in. Kex show books magazines Etc. Tun g. A. K Ninci March Wieg a a Benet ill and simple new March in the Good old fashion style Euloh As will always find u Welcome. Try it and you will like it. Price 40 cts. Ign. Fis Cher publisher Toledo Ohio. Tub Folium a new monthly the first number of which was issued on last thursday. It promises to be one of us Lent of the 60 clients n copy 00 a year. Addrena tie Fortis pnhli8hini co., fifth ave no now York. F tins is not As the name by fam to a newly invented Irish frument but the title of a most admirable of Octavo chorus he sacred am secular Hail fully arranged fin1 the Abb of musical coteries hopi Fotios convention a by Paul Al 00 Oliver Uit Aon co., boat on. Tun 8outiiukn bivouac for March i Oil Iris a. Fin simile reproduce Tina of to letter from Thoman Lefterson relating to the Kentucky of 98. In the sumo article will be Jeiven an Exa it re Proui Ilion of the oficial copy of these resolutions As adopted by the Kentucky it Gih Lilure which copy Difrus in Many Uiti Eularh from the usually accepted version. Tins i for february is a whole of Reading for a Colin Winter there Are burials Short stories put res articles adventure it Norun jigs and lectures and letters. Until "1 Ansy Margaret Sidney Are Piihl hint Excel continuing stories in the thin year. The want of Hood Hrishi s . A Reading is certainly i Llody Ilis a i. A. Alden a co i Milish earache Bluit Lias sought Vilii a Kii Leclene Oil to no Elva turn will inti a von t Marly Allec fed 11 Reat Oruil Ami Civ a r Ink l Sipui s Nii Dicino has Liiv. Foster Milburn co., prop s. Fir at i. Jul u to or prophylactic i Suid. Great germ destroyer1 pop wit fluid disinfectant do Odorizzi Antiseptic. It for safety cleanliness and Comfort. To am. Montafi tors ills asks ii limit i by i . Ilia Iii. Iii Pun Neil w ii Sientki to nil Ali. La i Lirl m Lii Luti ii Neil tin v. N Liv in titter Tell Lunil la Tell a plus. A Cir. i Milor. His i ulna Wnent us Iii Atti Nabti Itin i tin sick flail ii " i Iii i is an internal disinfectant and detergent. 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Jolt by n r manhood How lots How restored Tho first Sofii i what can to Cir remt Thi itt in Al Iarj Runnoe agent. Fit to Rex int Klmle i if and Obed. Tabu Art for did w. Sissors on Tim in it Vuk. A if n. Notary Public not Surveyor Tut Cihla no. V ill u ii m. I Iii ill it. Ohio. A the Albert medical Institute in try Tittl umut so it c. O. It to Wjk can Sci tomatoes can Roii string Beans Ca Nitoiu Lima Beans canned sugar Corn All guaranteed class or Purchase Money refunded o o r now canned California apricots new canned California of heart cherries now canned California Bartlett pears new canned California pitted plums. White Wax cherries. Best tha Market affords. U Mio nut r nights in anal i Misnay Ion t cure of Horn inn octet ice it null Anil physical in Kimchy to Lin , inn Oil Solf or a oxus the author in Telb Hay clearly from n prot co Tyml the Jill err. Iii of soil ii Mitru Timy Rel Lut Tlly Ourel porn tone nut n Mocolo of euro once simple or Nln and by meant of which Sui Rerer no no tour Whyl Hin Coni mom Muy indy a tire Holni cheaply Pray Tately by. in in Man hands of ovary youth an Levory Man in thu incl. Hell Gnu Arnol in in to any Etc Drew postpaid on Raoul it of four of dts of two Semi Mph. A Duchsh the Culverwell medical co., 41 Ann Street now York n. V. Box 4do. Nav us a Pic ftccc0 to Thum Din or r in. In give away 1.000 self operating Wenli Tilky in _ if you want Onn Tonij your f. O. And i it Anco. The nation no co., 21 Bey it n. Han in Mac Ith Niy visit. Thema Ruli Noiin a visa with Noil interest Mil Ani Uhing Prii Liziie Lor nil of the family by Bent i i in is one of the in dial Ilich to our Olliso and in Hurvin if i patronage Trio so wish Uris Good clean and can do no better Thun Auh scribe. The Frico a Yeier Pont paid in Ronwick ably of Iohp for to Yood a publication Rontani Nikii to in Uoti entertaining Reading Cirall. I Luibli Alweil by g. W. Slud Loy a Lawley St boat ii Manwa. Tin am Kubican. March Issei Poi in with a fun l Pogo of Monarch of Tho Southern Lynnl Thih follow Oil with nearly ont i inbred full Imge and Bialler ill Nytra Lions. The horticultural Hoviin Oriold am a m Dep it intents Are pro Fuji in Ili titrated. All the arc with on Giitl leading write sri Runof tha bailing Fen Turnof the Ai Trimn Airi Liis Are Seth Juii Fth on Tinh culture. With Tii enc and wimple every Lar Murran raise his own Liah on ins own firm of Fishi year. Tin March nun ibor of it will lie found minimally a Ina int cuban " i he two Are remarkably articles. Jennie june concludes her paper on a woman s club. Amonjr Tiu prohibition articles worthy of note Are Tho responsibility of the Chris Tian Church for the Lii nor by lennings Deni Orent and latent. of tie Temperance by Frances k. Willard. The various Letart Rienth of Tho arc Ivell Willoit. A Beautiful Oil picture Virly Spring forum the Neil u photogravure of tie is very striking. A shout Stoky which is Likely to be the sub Jentof much cointment and Sev viral of remarkable intercut Are Fin divined in the Altit tic. For the Story in question is Calliel brother to Anil is anon Monib. The notable articles Are n paper on by Justin Consi Lorii Tiomi of the rodent condition and Prospect Al of by floury Brunt. An article classic and on the two great schools in literature by Frederic Henry hedge Nicl memorial Paterson by. Mucor Ennd Ion. Irnel by Horace h sadder Aii i t. A , resp actively. Ton millin co., Boston. C. Heath .co., of Boston announce for pub Limion Bou inning with i Vmary anew monthly periodical to be known As tie it will be devoted to Tho Decu Xaimou of questions of popular interest relating to citizenship and government and will be edited by members of Tho american Institute of civics. While it will number among Itu contributors Many of the Ablest upon Politico economic questions it is intended hint its uses shall especially represent the thought of the Yonng men of the Day to whom it will especially speak and among whom it finds its warmest fronds and supporters. The Hilliii Crillion Price will be a Dollar and a half n year. Specimen numbers will be sent to any address upon application. Among the mimic of the month Wor thy of special note is the following the Heidelberg with picture i Ujiie View of the old University a Cap ital piece by a c. Cowen arranged a Solo or for four hands 30 cents. The merry a reverie by Mana Ford Veon which is All that its title suggests m cents. Tossing the one of f. Weston s spark line Oacy teaching pieces for the piano 25 cents. W. Whiten s Captain of the a splendid March and a Lancina Ting bit of mexican dance music to cents. To ame the loved one by Navarro 30 cents. Of songs the important which have come to our notice Are j. 0, Macy s touching and realistic Ballad an old 40 cents. Walter Jackson s pretty song o Good 30 cunts. Herbert j Johnson s romantic accompaniment to the classic song of the water nymphal h cents. The Beautiful new rendering of the old folks at a Sung by the swedish ladies Quartetti 35 cents a captivating Wilt song when love in warm and by George r. Jack son with music by Turner 35 cents am Launce Knight s a Bong and chorus for male voices As Sung by. Thi Harvard College glee club 30 cents Oliver Ditson co., publishers Boston in Traci Kilts head Riih 1 Apkes. Lii weekly newspapers of Kansas Are . Iii ii the question do Toa Cli ois read the the in Teri Al Seorti started the question with tie proposition that its educational column an Excel Lent one by tins Way docs not pay in subscription returns. Tim Veteran Eili Tor of Liliu Clay City Titsa talks to the Point As follows live too much in their text books and not enough in the big Busy world around them. Tho world s a school and n Jorund Ono. Teachers fit their pupils to enter that school and hmm much better for that duty is he or she who knows something that is going on outside the confines of the school District. Newspapers Are the educators of teachers As they Are for every other . Newspapers will prevent that dogmatic Al Assumption of Superior knowledge which overtakes every teacher in Middle age. Constant association with inferior and submissive minds brings on this state of a makes to Iii teachers unpleasantly assuming in the presence of cold practical business men. Head papers they will cause your salary to be raised quicker than All Tho resolutions you can pass in your natural lives. The teacher is to Day receiving every Dollar his or her abilities warrant Ami not a cent More will be paid until tie Standard Jusli Liim the expenditure. The moral to All this is sub scribe for and Reail a Good Runi Siqmunt in schools. It was a Fortune circumstance that h number of Iho school Board of Homer Villa mass were also Mii infers of the medical profession when the Case of the tray her who had Given one of her pupils a Small dose of Cayenne Pepper As ii Means of punishment Eamen for Ilis for the fact that the Pupil who was thus punished died Sointu two weeks after from diphtheria would otherwise have Admi Teil of a distortion of the act of discipline into something closely resembling manslaughter. I Hysi eally considered there was probably no form of punishment that the teacher could have adopted which would at the same time have been so Cili carious and so harm less in its result we Are altogether too sensitive in matters of thid kind und those who object to having their child Ren punished at the Public schools Are frequently men who in their own school Days used to endure severe hogging without thinking of making a murmur much less of urging their parents to enter a protest against Tiu teacher s actions. This exaggerated notion about the evils of punishment when punish ment is deserved has Only to be persisted in to produce a generation wholly wanting in i to murage strength and of preceding Genera of in Iii. Do not go to your school to give a lesson without having made some preparation fur the a Turk. You should have an object in View for giving the lesson. The school of to Day Calls upon the Eye fur a Hing severe exercise and unless something More is done than to talk and read about the Strain of the school on the Eye the number of people Twenty years of age with Strong nor Mal will grow less and less. Ii. Ill. Hit. If you an in a position where Yon Are in any Way responsible for the work of subordinate teachers do you not know that Yon cannot improve the schools under your care More certainly in anyway than by making your to Ateliers Reading and thinking leae Lierse Iii tit tract in Tii Nili i Shinil in Ohio de. Montt Ilif. Kvuei v teacher who i a pacts to succeed in his work must be Well versed in tie Ai Jhm Ved methods of knowledge is necessary but Tinly is nut enough. Trio rashers must read and observe. It is Ary lie possess professional works and study upon Ourso Ives. Me Man Tio u thoroughly honest is trusted. He who does u Good Day s labor is employed he who excels in handicraft of whatever sort receives the Best pay. To who manages his own business Well receives Tho Confidence of Tho people in the management of Public All aint. To who skillful in raising Tho ill from the sick bed is sought after Clay and night to relieve Simering. The boy or Man who seeks position must rest his selection and his Counte Nance of employment on what he is and what he can do. Easiness of every description is Hunting out Mellicient mid re liable workmen and advancing them in place and salary. Industry of every kind and professional service of every variety Call for men and women who can Excel in the work required of their hands and brains. What Ono can do depends on the preparation to makes for Tho doing. It is True that one May be More favored than another by natural endowment but the great Dill Renee that obtains among All classes depends vastly Nitro on the training to which they sub Mit themselves. Men Are not born with a Genius for the management of an 011 Gine. Great inventors Are not prodigies it Are the products of Long and persistent study Ami Effort. Men who Excel in literature in in professional skill grow into their excellent estate through years of patient toil intelligent Effort and Fidelity to purpose. Teaching Okocha pity. Supt. A. H. Hinsdale in one of his series of letters on geography teaching says the Pupil should begin his geography it Home that is to should first learn certain facts concerning his own neigh boyhood township county and state. This to can do while working on his fundamental concepts or learning his . Much local study will involve the use of that form of Earth picturing called a map. What shall be the next step shall this he the order of his Progress the United states North America the Globe or shall he go at once u the Globe and then take these Steps in the reverse order or. Again shall he Stop at some intermediate Point and then descend to these questions different teachers will give Dit Brent an Swers. Moreover he would be a Bolil Man who should insist on any one answer to the exclusion of the others at All times and places. My own idea is that the Pupil after studying his own state and adjacent states in outline should pass at once to North America Lero for the time it will by sol Lucient insist on a few general facts the continent in its setting of oceans to form its grand Mountain and River is Toni and its primary political Dolvig ans British America United states to. All this time the intelligent Pupil t least will have been gaining by loading and conversation general ideas bout the Earth which will Aid him Fiat Crilly Asho goes on his Way. A general View of Tho continent acquired o should take up the United states first s a whole next the first group of states us Tsien the states severally that make p that group and so on. Too Many Small facts and too few Ergo facts Are taught in our schools he teacher fails often to grasp the con option of Tho geographical unit or whole or if she have that Conception or unit is the ultimate fact As a River ape or Mountain Whilt is indeed la import it in its place there Aro mall und Large wholes and no matter of they May dispute whether teaching hould proceed from particular to Genii rals or the reverse sensible teachers re not Likely to differ As to the end in ice in teaching any Large go graphic Al unit viz., a Clear and Strong grasp n Tho part of the Pupil of the outline f tin filled in with a few Well Hosen details. This is so important As Call for Fuller illustration in another ceo. P. Rowell co., 1obpracestruct, York c Ltd. For elect list of 000 newspapers. Headquarters for big of oysters. Our first class goods at Rock Bottom or. B. M. Hanna Eye and ear diseases Hall Dat Swan Cambridge Holiny Vilori from iils Niu. But line lit Hie i Riplo Breton in Henl Tami t ii inti he sure med by Kiaie. Teeth it a Liubin. Purl let you will use u if Jou Rowtie one Ghat Merit of Tho 6ozo dont is that its affect upon the Mouth is As a Means of ing the Teeth and improving the breath it stands alone. Handy Abo Luw never Imil up to ridicule. A child Marling under ridicule has no room for Pei Itanece. Never give extra lessons est Vou create a dislike to study. Al Ovva Ilc punishments include withhold ing of privileges and Corporal punish no. Some May be instant ind Public ordinarily it should be in private. Its purpose is to awaken Sor to cultivate feeling to promote Good encourage Anil strength 311 them. Jour Ute. Let us nowhere be satisfied in Iii Ting the Mere Mastery of practical roses pcs but that i pupils to think. He Verv word my Sig Vilics being Akin to the verb menu and he noun to inf. Do not. Make Bright Lii Dreu Mere calculating machines ilium think. And do not allow yourself to be a machine for dictation ind inspection but Brinsc your own a Jve mind in Contact with Tho mind of every Pupil. Urn. A. Jar onions d in pfc Rodil. Would it not be Well in teach writing n connection with the other school work a lesson in history will give Tho Nipius an Opportunity to think and to press their thoughts in writing. So with geography. Pupils should never e risked to write until they have some thing to say. All that is wanted a to make the world More practical. Tin Lault is not altogether with the system neither technical grammar nor inn a triage lessons in themselves will make Jool in ilex. Did von Ever see one Whoso mind was nauseated with spelling books lexicons. And grammars and an endless hash of words and Ami did Vou in such n Case civil in the two doctors Johann i is Taunya and 1 Riedrich from bal and did you watch the magic in fluence of a. Diet of things by the former in the place of words and a Little vigorous practice in doing in the place of talking under the direction of Tho m. Woodward St. Louis. There is Ono element of Power in Tho teacher s work which in not to ignored and that is Lovo which makes Plain things Beautiful which overlooks Fly feats which gees in every child in Tho school room the possibilities of some thing Good and helpful to society that labors unselfishly not for Tho visible re Ward but for that Reward which coing from a knowledge of Tho fact that to Aro helping to lift souls into a High i and better life bringing them out of darkness into Light and leading them from Tho unlovely into Tho a. A incan. What can he do he f. Brown supt of Public schools Paducah ky., in a letter to Tho journal of education says people will know what to Are. If we arc honest they will find it out and i to arc unreliable in word or deed it will As surely to known to those with whom to associate. To cannot live Lono. To Aro necessarily in close Intercourse with Tho members of our own Home and in society of every kind whether it be the school the Church Thi Gocial Circle or Tho business Arona o life we Are at All times turning the Ligh upon our inner selves and exposing 6u real self to the gaze of those about us it is a fatal mistake to suppose that the who Nee us who hear us and Deal will us in diverse ways cannot judge Reg hit of our weakness find shortcomings a Well As of our merits. Even a child can sense the breath which vice or Virtu constantly emits from the character o those who cast their Light or Shade up on it. People will value a by what we Are by what to do not by what w Nieten to a or by the estimate we oat 1 was Laid up with rheumatism about x weeks suffering greatly. I was recommended to try Athol photos which d d to the i extent of three bottles. I m now perfectly Well. Captain Henry Dornbusch insurance agent 924 East fifth Street Dayton Ai Toston widow of a King. Yon have probably read of the death of Tho sex King of Portugal 4ind May mow he has Toft a Morgan Atic widow he countess of Eden who is no other Han Kliscz Lens scr a Liston Singer. Twenty five years ago the Young Dang or of a i Timm tailor made her smut in Tho Boston concert stage. She was a of the Lata Tom Appleton and society took her up and pelted her firstly because she Sang prettily Sec Melv. Because she was a remarkably inn Somo girl. With these social endorsements the Little Hensler obtained concert engagements and became Smit in with the desire to become an opera Mma Donna. Money was raised to Send her to Italy to study and she do i wired with the Good wishes of All Tho matrons of music in this then Center of musical culture. There was another a Linsler girl younger who was also the in Rothge of some other leading people ii Ere and one Day she married or. Slade Ono of our Best physicians with a Ino practice and n liner social position. There was a Good Deal of animated gossip at this match but society forgave or. Shule As his Bride was unexceptional and very pretty to Boot in a new years rumours reached America that to Prima Donna had become a Daz Ling Light in certain circles much Fri invented by portugese Royalty and then for a time miss Aliso Hensler was but. When Tho in can of Portugal had Boon dead several years the King married Tho countess d Eden and Sho was received at court with All the honors that pertain to Tho position of u Legal Pouso of an cd King. It was understood hero that she was a devoted wife and he As devoted a husband. Boston friends who ventured in their travels As far As Lisbon called on the countess and the Blades went out to visit their Royal relatives. Sho never Camo to America and As far any Ono knows never left Tho capital of Little Portugal from Tho first time she entered it All those Long years ago. Boston in one Way or another has furnished several of these Little Semi Royal romances Whoso real facts Tho novelist might venture to relate in a to coming disguise though not so Tho newspaper correspondent. Perhaps now Tho countess e Edla is a widow with in her own Sho will Como Over to the scenes of her child Hood and capture prudish conventional Beacon Hill As Sho did in Tho Days when silo Sang Arias from and All the other worn out Boston letter in Albany journal. Tho business of painting Tho huge signs upon fences and barns which As Sault the Eye in All parts of the country in Tho hands of a few contractors in now York and Chicago. One firm in new York spends from to 000 a year la this Way paying from one and one half to two cents a Square foot for Tho work. The bigger the sign the better. Many can to found reaching 800 feet in length and the biggest of All at Newark is More than 800 feet Long and contains Only one word. A Captain s Folt Lunate Bisnov Kkt. Capt colonial eur. Weymouth ply ing Between Atlantic City and n. Y., had been troubled with a cough to that he was unable to sleep and was induced to try or. King s new discovery for con. Sumption. It not Only gave him instant Relief Bat allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly affected Annj a single dose had the same Happy effect. Or. King s new discovery a now the Standard remedy in the Coleman household and on Board the Schooner. Free trial bottles of this Standard remedy at o. L. Wall co drug store. Sadder Bat Wiser did i Evor run Over s mid it locomotive Engineer on Tho wart Shore Road. Tea often. Sometimes at night they look As big a a Man on the track. I had a Little episode with it dog Only a few Days ago. While running near Harrington three or four Hunters. Each had n dog. One of the canines was a handsome Pointer of a Reddish Brown color. It thought it would to smart and try a race with the engine. It jumped on the track and ran ahead Barking Over its shoulder. The train was going forty five Miles an hour. It was Only a few seconds before the dog found the engine too close to him to bark and he had t time to leave the track. Tho cow Catcher struck him and the next thing we saw was a dog going up in the air a Good Many feet. We thought he would never come Down but by and by he dropped and luckily in. A Pond of water. He swam to the Shore and As he climbed out he i died so that we heard him even above the Roar of the train. Dogs too arc and male found continued Tho Engineer. Once there was a dog at Milton that always watched for the train and when it came had a race with it that dog ran alongside Tho engine. It wag too to get on the track. One Day he started an usual but it we a Tittle fur ther from the station and to wag run Ning with All his might looking up at the oars trying to bark when the train went Over a Culvert and Bouse went the dog head first Down in the mud and water several feet that dog must have imagined the brain did it of cause he never after that would run a race with it once while running at a very fast clip i noticed two Little boys near a House with a big Bull dog. The dog was an old Bruiser ready to fight anything. Just As Tho locomotive came near the boys clapped their hands and shouted to the dog to go for him Tho dog did go for the locomotive. The Pilot caught him threw him clean Over the smoke stack and when he came Down he struck with his Back on the valve Stem rolled Oft into the ditch and ran Homo without being Hurt in t it a Little inquired Tho reporter that the dog was not of said the Engineer i have seen chickens on the track run Over by the locomotive and they would come out under the driving wheel with out being killed. The wind must have caught them somehow and thrown them like a puff Ball around without hurting them. When you strike a big object then it la different one night a big Bull got on the track. When it saw the Light of the locomotive he pawed and curled uis Tail and bellowed head Down ready for Battle. To had no time to shut Down and the Only Way to do a to strike such objects full Force in order to Knock them away from Tho track. If they fall on the track they Are liable to get under the and throw Tho engine off the rails. So i gave her a few and the machine fairly raised from the track. When it struck the Bull it was Square on Tho head. The big animal was thrown Twenty or thirty feet and then went Down a Steep embankment and went out of sight once in a while a dog will be thrown with great Force. I saw a dog Day and he seemed to be All rolled up. He went like a Cannon Ball away from the locomotive striking a Board Fence. It broke the Board in two with a crack and that was the last we saw of the y. Times. The arg Nanea. The san Francisco Post discusses Tho rudeness toward the fair sex of tha Young men of the present Day. The discussion says Tho grass Valley tid Ings shows that the Young Man of the present is destitute of politeness toward women while the Young Man ought to know better. Tie Post concludes its article by saying Pioneer manners were the Best in this particular. It is not pleasant to Sec the Young men of san Francisco with All their advantages of improved surroundings dropping so far behind Tho rough Fellows of Tho Olden time in the first requirement of Good rough Fellows of the Olden time there la where the Bret Harto idea crops out the Fellows of the Olden Timo were not rough Fellows out on the contrary those old Fellows who came Here first were Tho bravest and most chivalrous men on Earth. Thev would not have started to come had they not Wen Brave. And very Mai y of them were men of education and Well read not cultivated As things go Al Lough sometimes Sora of those gentlemen did not Wear Tine will am m. Stewart whacking a Bull team to in these mountains was a Man of As much brains Courtesy and bravery As when he sat in the United states Senate. John Bigler when rolling barrels on Tho Sacramento levee was As Good a Man As when John Biglor was governor of California. John it Mcconnell when 10 had on one old Boot and Ono old Hoo and was ragged As to the rear of Lis trousers and while to was toting shakes to the top of a Cabin in Nevada Tity was then As Fine a scholar As this state can boast of to Day and he was As Learned polite and As considerate Jien As when he afterwards graced Tho state s office of attorney general. To could specify Many other instances of Carneu men working at Dar s work in the Olden time. Tho mulches in this county were filled with scholars and gentlemen who were fighting for for Uno with picks and shovels. Those men had neither the manners nor the Anguano attributed to them by the writers of alleged California How a Tome differ from Merf at least three men on the overage Ury Are bound to disagree with the rest not to show that they be got minds of heir own but there is no disagreement Unyong the women to the of or. Pierce s favorite they Are All unanimous in pronouncing it the jest remedy in the world for All those chronic weaknesses and com plaints Peculiar to their sex. It trans forms the Pale Haggard dispirited woman into one of sparkling health and he ringing laugh again reigns in the Happy hons Hotd. Who and Commodore Vander blot who. Married a tavern keeper s maid was sitting on the Piazza of a Saratoga hotel bolide Hii daughter who was arrayed in Yllka and diamonds when an uncouth poorly fretted old Chap came along and mint ing Vanderbilt with commo Dore How Are you to Day p1 came on the Piazza and Shook Handl with him. The daughter drow her elegant Dreis Hast aside at his approach As if in contamination with a look of utter Dis Dain. After the aged visitor had chatted a moment and passed on the daughter said Why papa How could you recognize that Dingy old Man in Tab bless your heart said the Commodore he to boy Beer of your Mother before Yon were this smart rap on the of a snobbish instinct might be taken to heart by a great Many people who re Gard it at utterly beneath them to treat with Ordinary decency who happen to belong to the same Italton in life that their own parents belonged to before riches came to gild the society often makes an of itself basking who la instead of what a Chicago saturday berate. Scott s by gluon of pare cod layer Oil. With Hyp Ophof Whites especially Dee table for children lady physician at the child s Hoe Pital at Albany n. Y., Tare a have been using Scott s Emol atm with great Ancelem Are nearly All of one newspaper a e buffering from Bone a Lawaan and it 4-4t scientific the origin of the Microscope. Moat important instrument of research is lost in the Milts of Quity. A Rock Crystal Lens and a Iro Copic engr raving were unearthed Tif award at Ninivah and Many of tha gems in the British museum could met was ably have been Cut by their no ravers with unassisted sight. Vide acc of the use of water filled Ghat lobes As magnifying and burning glasses is furnished by Pliny. Seneca. And Plutarch. , the arabian made known in Europe the magnifying of lenses about the entry. It is generally believed that he first Microscope with double Ghai Vas invented by Jansen. In 1590, Al Lough Roger Hacon is credited with a revious invention at Oxford in the thir Ecith Century. To determine How far off the Moon Cut ally appears from the Eye the dons. Plateau devised an ingenious sex ariment. Which May be repeated by no person. Looking steadily at the Ull Moon a few moments he turned suddenly round toward a Wall and noted the size of the dark accidental or complimentary image when projected on the Wall. When by moving for Ward or backward this spectral image s made up to assume the size of the real noon it must appear to be the same distance from the observer s Eye and ions. Plateau found his distance from he Wall to be about i Fly six Yards. In similar manner Mous. Stroobant roved the Sun s apparent distance to be about titty three Yards. In a paper on the history of the development of coasts a German Geol Rist. Or. Fischer reaches the conclusion hat where have been formed by he erosive action of Waves and streams terraces and Flat surfaces Are the prevailing characteristics with Semi circus Bays of Small radius on terraced Oasis and Large Sailius on Flat coasts. Inhere other features exist Aro mainly attributable to movements and comparatively recent changes in the level of the land some modifying effects having of course been Rought by the sea. Prof. Sargent finds that the strongest Wood in the United states is the Nutmeg Hickory of the Arkansaw Region and hat tie weakest is the West Indian Larch. The most elastic is the Tamarack he White or Shell bark Hickory being far below to the least elastic and the Low est in specific Gravity is the Wood of the Ticus Aurea. The highest specific Grav in general Deperi iia value As attained by the Blue Wood of Texas. A botanist has attempted to estimate he number of seeds found upon some of Tho most obnoxious weeds of this country. For Shepherd s purse he Sakcs the number 37.ooq per Plant dandelion wild Pepper wheat thief Cornn Thistle camomile rag Weed 4.366 purslane s8s.800 common plantain unlock . A remarkable variation has been observed in the stature of the inhabitants of France. If a. Line be drawn diagonally across the country from Manche o Lyons the people to the Northeast Ottlie division have an average height of feet 6.6 inches while those Aan tha Southwest Side average Only 5 of Csc 4.6 rushes. Al the first the re Mains of Tho oldest known Bird which seems to form the connecting hit Ween Birds and reptiles was discovered in the lithographic slate of Solen Loren in i Wal. Another specimen re foist us in tin same locality Baa been sold for to the Berlin museum. A German geographer and statistician or. A. Fischer estimates that an an Niia Slaughter of elephants is necessary to Supply the Ivory exported rom Africa. Prof. Hakl Myzett. Of the Leiden Observatory lipids reason for believing that part of the planetary surface of Mars liquid. Marrying All Day i never saw so much fun in the wed Ding business As i saw Down in burling on n. J., the other said a seran on Man who had just returned from town. The Young people of East Ern Pennsylvania dislike the new mar License Law very much and they Lave made Burlington a veritable Retna Green. The average number of marriages of Pennsylvania couples has eleven a Day for some time past. And Tho epidemic appears to be on the nor ease. Last sunday thirty went there to be married. I called at the Bouse of a Parson who is an old acquaintance of mine and he was so Over ran with work that he asked me to stay Mil see him tie Tho Young lovers who lad come there across the River front the Keystone state. The Hall was filled with waiting couples and the etude and parlor had All they could bold comfortably. The Green country and Fellows from the enjoyed the Jam Ever so much and the girls giggled and accepted the situation goos lat redly. As fast As one couple were pronounced husband and wife All Tho Thors offered them their congratulations although in nearly every Case parties had never seen one another be fore. One Burly Yonng Farmer with a buxom Maiden at his Side blushed when lie walked through the crowd to have the knot tied. He was told to Brace up and not get excited by the Jolly would be and one told him to keep a stiff upper lip As the agony would not last Long. When he marched out into the Hall he was greeted by such exclamations As pshaw it did t Hurt you half As much As you thought it and of. You re All right if you did look the much frightened Groom got out of the Bouse As quickly Asha could put his Bride into an open Ridge and started for Pennsylvania. A general thing the girls went through Tho trying ordeal much More gracefully than the boys. It s our turn next Mana an Don t be Furgit a hard handed Chap was heard to Whis per to his girl when a couple stood of before the minister and when that Cou ple had Boon disposed of and a certificate made out the hard listed fellow took a somewhat slender miss by tha right hand and led her before tha preacher. Git around on t other aide. Joshua that Ain t the Side to stand said a voice in the audience and Joshua had to change his position which a did in a very awkward Way grinning and colouring up m he did to. When the last couple had been disposed of my ministerial Friend Drew a Elgh of Relief and looked tired. He said he hoped to More pennsylvanians would bother bpm in he had taken in 460 to fees that Cor. Tor Sun. Gen. Toombs had a Peculiar Way of getting round defeat in a controversy with a northerner who finally exclaimed Well general we licked you any he retorted licked us no no wich thing we wore ourselves out whipping your Gen. Jim Lane of Kansas almost equated that when in the Harlf part of the civil War he responded to a question about a rather hurried Retreat of his brigade to. Sir. Tha Kansas brigade never Rati aau ii counter Arches i Jam of a government by the Jaan it Prodoc. A non of a Man by Bia Waedt the by Ita Ealta time tried i Low a positive newspaper

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