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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - May 3, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge gb8oni vol. 56. Cambridge Ohio thursday May 3, 1888. No. 52.m. I physician and of a than i sex Tim in ii eople til at Pree enl w l by Fol Olmi i la it of error Iii i Villi of Hli Milt Early Spring the Centennial a Kooky of Ohio. Ii err Liln Irr x Nui Irli Ltd ii in i. Til c. M. U.,. Office Ami in Trio Taylor Block n my 11 All ukr or kit. At this season of the year people Are think ing about dressing and no person appears Well dressed while wearing old and Shabb shoes. In order m. T. K Fey 1. Physician and m nil Loihl i surgeon. T Rov Menot list i tym meet patrons a creasing and the wants of multitude in m. I. Physician and surgeon. Hits Otlniel Kivi o it of tilt of vhf i ii s a. The Cambridge shoe maw by a Tarrani. Copyrighted. Ally Ilith has ordered and i Tractive Stock of Fin now Roi giving an unusually Large and at i ii of newest styles and lasts ladies attorney at Law. O a. Vul at it Law Ami Thun Eliell. I Ayush a i. At Law Newton blur in Lii i Tig l Fame pm k. V attorney at Law. Wive Public Xii Are. Fine a Juno i boots on opera new York and common sense lasts in by d and e. Ladies flexible sole but ton boots cd e Rind f. Gon Lomen s calf Kangaroo Dongola and veal in Les widths and prices. Shoes for misses buys youths Iii d on and infants made in the most desirable Way find All popular prices. Soft shoes for tender feet Hornbrook Thomsvv. Barlly being president of the Senate in 1844 Occam a by Ian resignation of Sliu non nov. Error of the Stath of Olio und administered the duties of the unlit tin inauguration of father governor mor Dpt i Hartley in december 1844 he was Bora february Ullh 1812. In Jill or county. Ohio and graduated from a tuft a on College Penns Ivania studied Law in Washington cite and was admitted practice in 1834 follow ing year be was honoured by Alma mater with the degree of of a run of took a leading position it the i Jit and was att Orisey general of ohm in which Ottice he a red four Yomara Al Ter a Biclie lie appointed District at Torney of the United curved four years subsequently he served one year in the legislature and our Veura in in stain senulus. In i hoi lie elected a supreme jul High of Ohio and served two terms than i Ngigi d in the Ole Laad Greys and the Summit some of the pleasures of a Unchino guards. The crowd of people was Vii ii Fly estimated at h3 000 suf. Flee it that it waa the most imposing popular Demou Petrali m that at that time had in the United states the ground it was held and Many of the distinguished actors were associated with Huib of the most interesting events recorded 111 american history. So on i on Titi Tonai i in Vantuin Mauch 10th, 1851 s. J. Andrush William Barbee Jos Eph Barbet David Harnet William s. Aiea a. 1. Bannet John h Blair Knoub Van Brown r. Vav. Cahill l. A David a Jambers Lohn Chaney h d. Clark George col Iii i Nind Jook Curry vol Ley Dorsey Thomas w. Ewart John living Joseph m. Karr Florence. Hubert Koruna h. Of. Gillatt John Gra j ia1hknvh1 Cilkai a Cambridge Ohio attorneys at Law. Mulrai attorney at Law and notary Public. S or it sat Lonni r. I ilk a Tell f. Nahvi a real Latte agent will Mil Kuji Tov a Ralrick i it. N i of office Corner St hi., my Krliu Bambi Lohn pm. Oar Lagos and wagons. All of cml lit Van Lin m in of lieu in it la ill m rim in Ecsi v by within the past three weeks at prices that j will astonish the closest buyer goods will i be ready for inspection by saturday of Tifis week. New goods new salesmen new prices. Yours respectfully h. Green Wold i successor Kohn bros., Cambridge Ohio. Lice in Cincinnati Ami Washington City he wan a courteous gentleman Wise judge and politician. Governor Mordecai Hartley the thir teen i governor of Ohio was Burn in Pennsylvania in 1781 and removed Ohio i i he in the War of 1812 and after card removed Rich Lam county he resin cd for Twenty wars fallowing the Bumble life of i Farmer. In 1817 ii was in the state sen ate in i Hill he was elected do but declined re election. In 184 he win elected governor of Ohio in tin whig ticket but Deo inn a second mini Hiki Ion and Pliml in 1870 William Bebb tie join Teeth cover nor of Ohio b the in Hamilton com in 1804 Anil died in Illinois in he was of Welsh descent. When Tobii years he open 1 a Schuol at x nil Bend and re Deij at Home of Over nor Harrison. In he bus on bore Back be examined by the supreme court was admitted the bar and for fourteen yearn practice Law at Cincinnati. He took in Active pan in the Tippecanoe and Tyler Campaign. He waa elected inventor Nathu state our years later Anil my Ohio s War governor during the Maxima War. In 1850 he Irmi Vii having purchased acres of land on the inauguration of Lincoln was appointed an examiner in the Gonnion departmental Washington and in d that office until 18013, when he retired from Active life. Seabury Ford succeeded governor Bebb. He wbb born in Connecticut in 1802 and d de at Burton Gemira enmity m 1885. He ohm in is07, rated at Yale in isl 5 mid the study of under Iii Nick jiul Tje a Ter Hitchcock. He was Adini Tod in 18l 7 Kii if ii Puii Binu a i n and on l Short Lin it 111 the my cold Clr Wiruth n by band. I. .0., m tip and Stogie r in a hut Fnu i i lira Enlil in will not buy a Dollar s Worth of dry goods carpets Wall paper m r. Mc21tkk. Don tint. Without of or flu by or nov Anuk Khon conors lumber of bed Ali fold the Donn try. Ann town of nil Oarr Laejer and. Ohio. We of Aoi Tiiu but ladies or Cli Liren s wraps until you see Raymond co. W warrant on work Mode . Thor nought notary Public and Surveyor hear i n n. Ohio. All will Tor Horro Yulii or a Okinu a they Are now making a great clearance Sale "1 3 make Roo ii for Spring goods and they guarantee sell goods cheaper than any other store Eastern Ohio teachers examinations Stu blur. I i. Is i inlay. Mar Ali the Sturtevan lumber cd will m Otro i w a Orru. Cirk John Harris. Jr., House and sign painting in ii ult lightly hint prompt a full Supply of paints oils crashes mini it materials Kerr jr., my Ohio John hmvri.1. The one Lumbi firm of Ohio that is Forti its Leto Carp Tours i Consumers Mari ii lot my j it Al dmm mfg. Tulita. Maa Mlan notice of appointment the rotate of fitter Hurni Riipi of estate it tar ii Sifea Cuili Sii i month Trie tto it Firas riled Are Thole who read Asci they will find ban. Timu lovable employ went that will not from their and the Profiti Are Large and every udut Lrons person Many have and Are now making several claims non list Salt tit fit in Reu Umbra in present them the wet bin Jour. At april my. Chakta Mozham. Or of omit Cuil not and my Idle Rose in Tio eur profess in he was major general of Mil Titt a gently and from 1835 18-11 he Wah in the Leicus nature when elected the Senate and continued its a senator until 1848, when he wan alerted Gover nor of Ohio. He retired in 1850 and Nua succeeded by governor Wool. It Tuben a cod the m teen Ali governor of Ohio was in a Ermont in and died at Cleveland in lather was a Soldier and Elmo lain in the revolutionary army. Reuben was rained and educated in Canada Ami who drafted into the Canadian Aniny in he War of 1812, but deserted the Eri Tinli fief la and went York Statti. In 1818 he came Clevland but was very poor he Wuh admitted the Bir Ren but had walk the Dietai Icett from Cleveland. In 1825 he wus elected the state Senate and Sery d for six teen year he was made president j of Bis i Hrict was elected the supreme court and was chief Justice o that y part of the fourteen in served on the supreme Bench. He was familiarly known As the old cur log in 1851 he elected Ducor nor by majority and became a tons anti slavery of senior. He was appointed United states Consul at Val Paraiso South America in 1853, and after resignation be returned Cleve land and retired private life. Governor William Mejill who fisc needed governor Wood was born at Newcastle Delaware in 1801, and died at Lancaster Ohio in 18li5. In 1830 he removed Lancaster Aud studied Law under Hon. Phil Mon Bee her. In 18h5 he was elected the legislature and served for several years. In 1838 a wan i Coteil Cong Rebh and at tin close of do term waa re elected. In 18-15 was second Aisi slant Pust toaster Polk and this of Lii h wan led that of commissioner of Indian affairs in 1851 he was a member of he constitutional convention and was Ade president of it. La 1851 he was elected lieutenant governor and be came acting governor on the retirement of governor Wood. In 1857 lie was appointed by president Buchanan As first comptroller of the Treasury and held the of Julice until 1801, when he retired private life. He was succeeded by governor Chase of whom we give extended mention in connection with Ohio s War the Rod Cabin on Naiad Cinkis Cam i Akino 18-10. The election of 1840 was a remarkable in William Henry Harrison and John Tyler were nominated by a convention which assembled at Harris Fth Pennsylvania december 4th, 18b tha candidates of the democratic party in Competition with ticket were Martin Van Buren of new York and Richard m. Johnson of Kentucky general a Nati e of an Ohio Man All in Entzi and purposes and West was beginning assert herself. After the nomination of Harrison a Washington correspondent of a Baltimore sub Etc gently became a Harrison Man referred the whig candidate As one whose character and habits would he Core the highest happiness at Home in a log Cabin with an abundant s Lully of hard cider. This ill chosen and Hup Lees phrase was seized upon by the whigs and made form the key note of the Campaign. Log Cabins constructed in Frontier style their Walls ornamented with Coon shins and abundantly furnished with hard cider which waa generally drunk from gourds constituted the wigwams of the we Tai where All indoor gatherings were held. In Columbus the space now Oil noted by the grand opera House waa ornamented by one of these log Cabins built by Alfred Keller Thomas Ewing Noah a Sway eur Goodale. Michael Sullivant until and other. On the eve of Wmk inti ton s birthday february 2ut, 1840 the we g Campag d was opened in Columbus by an illumination of All the whig buildings in the of anal. Colum bus then bad a population of 6.000, bin the number of people in town was swelled three times that the lamest crowd that had Ever been massed in the Small embryo cite. The weather was unusually inclement and the mud reached on an average one s Ankles. The concede rate old sch ont Republican published i at a glowing debug option of the opening of the Campaign the preclusion of tin Model of fort Meigs which general Harrison had held in the 1812-13, and Man other interesting Circum stances including the Celebration of fee of furl Meigs june. 1813 general Hanison s speech wbb More than usually elegant and acne Early. Colonels Tod and Clarkson of Kentucky Hon. Thomas Ewing general Wood Bridge of Michigan general Ford John r. Osborne of so walk were the Lead ing speakers Rev. Joseph the chaplain at fort Meigs eight y-8ve years old at this time offered tue opening prayer. The military were out in full Force even a company of log Cabin in uniform from eau soon tar and an Indian company. Tha in Fulo new Flynt Buffalo 01 Lurf Ottto Odoardi. Wash Linton i Graeub h. H. Oreg w. Heck j. S. Hamilton d rect Rel a. An Willie in twins. Hums p Mem Fison enter Hitchcock w. Holmes George b. Holt John j. V. B. Ilo Tuu Manuel ill Liu Ihre Yule John ii Hunt b b. Hunter Otisi Enli Rihou j. Dame Koneti fumes i. S. J tit m .8 j. William l iwo coca John Lur will Uteri Leuh i i. Leui Robetter Lidey h s. Manou Butuson mul Tiew ii. 11, Luliah Murre Charles Mccond j. Uriniuk a. K. Kurtis Olu Irles ,1. Orion w. S. O Otis Tiki Jimh putterr.011, dds ii pick Jacub in rms Sau Iuno quit Joey h. 1. Lihi Iney Chargua Keiu Iii Adain n. Kiddie k. J Roll William Baw yur Fiu Birt Scott John Helleis John a Hui Ali George j. I Mich b. P. A Mitzi Lenry hta Nabti a b. Htu Utun Albert v. Stebbs k. T. Stickney Harijan haul Ker Laintz tji Ruble a b. Swan l. Swift Jain h w. Taylor Norton. 1 own a bed line in Chi ice a War Ren a. Way j. Milton Wil Liams r any Wilson James Worth Guin k b. H. Gray jail Ward Aruba old. Kun ii Tiitu Couk k. Case Joseph Cauca Richaid by Allweil Neou n ugh Hugo Thiompson Ami Jos opt lid Inpan. Ii., Huc Zulary. Regit Luimit. Of Rill Tell Ltd l on l 11 uti Onai. May huh i.s74. Charles j. Alibi lit i n Alexander h j. Andrews Llevellyn Baber w. Lit unon David Nina Lii or k m. La iop h. Kloo new Only Barni Ilius Burns a p. Hval i. L. Cali will june pm c Berry Harlow Jha Iii Samuel ton l. Clark Adam Day John b conts Asherd. T Cowen k. Cum Iuliani de sterner a w. C. Volley Thomas King m. A Koran jul Iii Froin erg Mills card Sci j. To Durer Jacub j. Gru no Stinca o. Harvey Gulf rip join Luule Julin w. Lerron . W Hill p. Hilric cd. George Hoadly Jos Epli Orton a Ushii c. Hosteller s. Samuel k. Hunt Man ,1 Jno Kiiu kims h Jol Nihon w Iver a. V m. Form k lib Milf John Mcauley John re. Mccurmick Onida Merrill Georue Miller John l Miner Charles h. Jiu Lenur Jacob Mueller the Juith j Tui Len Henry h. Null William Okcu i. Path anon Peiin Charles is Ujj 1 enl f b pan w Jwill. A. 11 j. W. Linkov a w. Rowland d a. Rug la Ilab Russell William main in k a i 1 i Charles h. Scrib ii Lohn a Jim Shaw Kiuhan Lei a Julin a. Smith James j5 town Euil Rico map. Townley Jam Stripp from Theodore Roosevelt s Veraun of the round in tie cat Llu noun try in the Century we quote the follow int pm bedding each Man has three or four of blankets Aud a Tampuu Lin 01 Mivill Wagon sleet. Usually two or Shiw together. Even in june the nights lire generally Pool and pleas ant and it is a Hill in the Early morn Ings although this is not always so and who the weather stays hot and mosquitoes Are plenty Tho hours of even in Midsummer Are pain full Long. In the Bud lands Prupes we Are not often bothered very seriously by these winged pests but in the Low Bottoms of the big Missouri and lie Side Many of the Reed Ponds and great so Inglis out on the Prairie they Art a perfect Scourge. During the very hot nights when they arc especially Active the bed clothes make a Man feel absolutely smothered and yet Only Chance for sleep is wrap himself lightly head and All and even then some of the pests Force their Way in. At Sunset i have Sekii the mosquitoes i be from the land like a Denso Cloud make the hot Stit lug right one Long torture the horses would neither lie Down nor Graze travelling restlessly Aud fro till Day break their bodies streaked and bloody and tie insects settling on i hem so As make Thorn All one color a uniform Gray while the men after a few hours tuning about in the vain attempt sleep Rose built a lire of Damp Sage Irish mid thus endured tie misery As Best they could until it was Light work. But it Tho weather is Tine a Man be Sci sleep better nor More pleas Antly Ihui in the open air after a hard Day s work of Tho round nor will in Ordinary Shower or just of wind disturb in the least for he simply draws the Tarpaulin Over head Anil Gim son sleeping. But now and then we have a windstorm that might better railed a which Hind and Lias be met differently and two or three Days or Nihls insure the the blankets ii nil therefore shivering discomfort in the part of Tho Wotila by Sleepi a. For i or three hours All Joes Well audit a rather soothing Imen the steady Patter of the great rain Drums of the Canvas. But then it will he found that a Corner has been left open through which the water can set in or olso the Tarpaulin will begin in leak somewhere or perhaps the water will have collected in a hollow in and have begun soak soon a Little Stream trickles in and every Effort remedy Mallei Morely results in a change for the worse. To move out of the was in pelting wot ill a fresh the Best Way is lie still and accept the i hat have come with what Foi til Udu disc can. Even thus Iho air. Iii lil it Man Oun sleep pretty Well by if the Mill continues a second Nio h n Hen rhe wins Idi Eady Damn Aud when the water comes throng More Dasilv is a be in plots Cambodia s Gallant King. The French governor general of Roehm China and wife were recently invited Dine with the King of Cambodia. But on entering the Royal residence mme. Constans was struck with the sight of a Large Iron barred Cage in the court Yard in which two Young members of the Royal family loaded with chains were imprisoned. They had been confined thus for two years. She inquired the cause and was informed that they had been guilty of rebellion. Her pity being aroused she demanded the Pardon of at least one of them As a Royal favor. King Norodom who piques Soli occasionally of gallantry promised Grant the request. During the dinner that followed an officer entered and presented mine. Constans on a Gold plate the forgiveness of Oue of the prisoners duly signed and sealed. A few Man Tea later another officer entered and in the same Way conveyed her the Pardon of the second culprit. Everybody was astounded at this extraordinary Mark of the King s Clem ency. The governor s wife expressed Ier thinks Anil Admi Rulious which majesty replied you said Nii ulane that the release of my first son would make you Happy have also grunted you the release of is brother in the Hope shut your Haji May be increased Vitt Rrt Trimne. Souvenir de Taliger. M pm min m i it it mate s. Tii Luss irae m. Futile Asa h Yler j. S Van vol Kunberg Daniel Van a c. Vow g. Wad Lek Watson s p. Weaver v. H. Weal c. A White a. White d. M Wii on h b. Wood Berry John h. Young William ,1. Younki. I souks Rte i s Kimii Stiv thru. Pier id it. Cite Uno or tin. I ump a Hundred Verj the slate of Ohio was an almost in broken wilderness. The be Auteuil Fiorin Uliuli lakes its name Laii exp ored Liv a Lew easier expeditions but in All its Bor Ders wan not a dior a White inhabitant thee Lecun of life brooded Over nature Tho Virgin Earth muted for Tiu race that was develop its re sri inns. Here the red rain roamed Hantid Imide love Tail War Union Sioum of approaching tron but. But the White manii Nii saw and conquered. At the Chiae Olathe War in Iury of Noble defenders of our in tint Milij Theu Selvi s without employ Patriot n who Hau sacrificed Home and Oil Purv in the niggle anal nov Werab stray eth in lie land for which they had fought and their martial occupation Troue. But they were men of Energy character Enterprise and manhood Many Wero men of culture Aud Educa tion but with the Strong native sense and Mother wit for the Pioneer. Tiey longed play a further part in the history of their country repair their shattered fortunes and re gain tin ii Liberty and Prosperity. A county can of the Pri Meval Foi Cut but onco. Sometimes gradually by the overflow of civilization Din the Nio Wieers of the West Wero Actu ated by tie spirit of Conquest they were Athlene Brave aggressive and although Many Are forgotten and unknown each Pae is wot thy of ail Honor and an endur Init place in the gratitude of such Elf airs. They were a race of heroes. To subdue the wilderness convert Tho pathless forests into Fertile fluids and make the wilderness Bloedorn like the Rose these Noble pioneers came from Homes of luxury and with atone hearts Aud Strong hands went work pre pare for a land whose Superior in All the Rehoie Wijs i Icli make men Happy prosperous honoured does not exist m any other portion of the Globe. And All this has been accomplished within a Century the Lii limn of Many now living but still gout portion of our history Eisla Only in tradition dim and indistinct Bufore they Paea off the singe of action my we of inter generations collect into form their dim Anil memories Ami Tams traditions Lime would fail recount the Etna do of the United pioneers for it wan not Only in subduing the Savane m improving the wilderness but in de Viust into the Depths of the Earth for Coal and Iron in the erection of furnaces and Mil a m the construction of the now superseded canals in building of our railroads in the Harmm manufactures and developments which we of any inherit and enjoy. Substantially within the present Century a new Wilh been Ditc Revernd and improved Aid tilled with Homes schools and churches has been extended and made known All Mankind women have been Given almost an Equality with Mau s Emi has been Anil even now a being superseded Liy elect Rickiy the Earth a in the throes of a new old isolation Are Abando red. And old Breiu i Ces Are thrown the winds. Ticlay in wealth Ami rank Ohio ranks third Tom Sites of the Union and first As the Mother of great i it. Continued our Amerl Nna american How Sweet entry their they Uro wine too Cor it la their wont every Day Ali eur so 1dont which Hyce Eua Drc Iilah and Felepa Teeth Well. No wind i Are proud of on american Why has sox Jdonte Boemo tha Ueni Frice of Ameri Ca my ply by cause it is impossible use it even Tor a week without per Cei Vinit its hygienic effect upon the Teeth rums and breath break age is immaterial you have at Kand. 18-4w Why Acker s blood elixir b warranted is in the bait blood Pieta ratio known. It will pod. Lively onre All blood Diana is. In Rifle the system and Ruudi the Wii Inan s first has Bee a fruit Tui subject for legend Monger. 1 lie Nivah of is found in the Story of 1 Tyg Dialion an there tie first woman a carved Liy the first Imus out of Ivor and then endow with Lite by Saphro Lite. The greek theory of the creation of woman according hcs nid a that Peuo i a cruel ordered Vul can Ziuko Wnm Aii out of Clay ant then induced the various gods and god Desses invest the Clay Dull with a their worst qualities the result being lordly thing with a witchery of Mien Reli nod Craft eager passion lore o dress treacherous manners and shame less mind. Tho scandinavians say thans Odin Vili and pc the three sons o Bor wore walking along the. Sea Beach they found two Slicks of Wood one o Ash and one of Elm. Silting Down the shaped Man Aud woman out o these Sticks whittling the woman from tie Elm and her Kmla. One lit the strangest stories touching the origin of woman is that told by thu. In so fur As the Ere action of Man the legend is not unlike that told by Moses Only that the full came before Avo arrived. After the had of the forbidden fruit he became it Lector with a boil Oil til Ley. Mil of which when it burst came a Beautiful girl. The Man s first thought n is throw her the pigs but he was commanded by a messenger from heaven lot Hor play among the diggings until she was of Marriageable ago then make her wife. He did so called her Sabouni and she became the Mother of All races of men. The american indians myths rela Tive Adam and ave Are numerous and entertaining. Some traditions term e Back our first parents red and White Mario another is that Man searching for a wife was Given the daughter of Tho Kinn of the Muskrat who on being dipped into a neighbor ing Lake became n woman. Poor Mother for untold Cen Turies mis been twisted for her Pri Mal sliiirc1 in die world s cares and punishments but whether the product of a pimple or of a divinely vivid cd rib the Paradox remains that who is Tho truest daughter of eve has never a san Lack of admiring tailor made the Looker on fashions seem be but a Repi Tiniou of some past and the modes of today but the cast off Gar ments of a by gone period. The motive designs of new styles introduced by Uia Ntim makers and Bonnet makers Are usually suggested by tie fashions of a past period but they Are modified and changed in effect so that they Are nil essentially different from the Model from which they Are taken. The habit maker and the Man of science alike disprove the words of the israeli Tish Man of Wisdom that there is nothing new under the the prevalence of English styles in Street dress has of Lale produced a revolution in fashion. Since Long before the Daya of Shaks care we have instinctively turned Paris for fashions and the fashionable world has worn what Paris dictated. It is More than a Century since men abandoned the foppish fashions of Par is following the simple styles of eng Lish tailors. Women have become More intelligent and More Independent in the last few generations and they now demand that their gowns shall be comfortable As Well As Graceful and that they shall be adapted the occasion for which they Are worn. Refined educated woman will not Wear a Street costume so conspicuous in style that it renders them the cynosure of vulgar eyes. The Street gowns of English tailors practically solves the question of dress Reform. These gowns Are feminine in style they Are adapted Vari Ous occasions and they Are never Vul Garly House keep itty. Who was that Young Man Here last night a asked a father Only daughter. Why papa that was my accepted your love child. Why i never saw before what does he do papa she replied in amazement. He does do anything he has a government position 8trup of is nature s own True it a the Mont easily taken and the most effective remedy known cleanse the system when billow or Ostive Stapel head aches golds and Fyrn Oure habit Ual Manuta Onrad Only by drag Stan. Pilma Ifor la Fly 1 scene the Landing place at Tangier Morocco on the arrival of a steam jacket. Stout elderly retired English off Moor who he thinks hits Over for bringing from the Ackel the Shore in a Small no i la not pay it. It s too much Tidi Cilous Jno i won pay Nour struggling with the difficult is of the English Tongue and speak no very slowly and with great Preci you know gentleman a Arterly officer in a towering Pas no gentleman you say i m 10 Gen Lemau i la teach you know Gaul ionian when Yon see one. Beta is with take my that no gun Leman tie re How o Ynn like finally stops on he verge of apoplexy and amid gun ral uproar i hotel where e has be. Put Bod for three Days recover from the effects of Gnu Una exercise and yet All the poor Moor tried i say was you know gentlemen we come Morocco Are Afi i u., in Harper s Magazine. A Story of John i have just come across an Etc Ellen Story of or. John Bright which i i Lieve has never been told in Prim when that gentleman in the prime i career accepted the office of pres Dent of the Board of Trade he began thus he called together the Perman ent chiefs of the department and a dressing them collectively and laconic ally said Well gentlemen i suppose you have All got sufficient work do and All of one Accord replied a the next query was a you think you require any new Legisla tion at present a and tie at Iswar came with the same unanimity As before we do Well then gentle said or. Bright i think i Wil not give you much trouble during my term of and he was As Good As word. Cold water and did you Ever Stop think when von looked out of the window and saw d Ull Gray Clouds from which the rain a steadily pouring and which seemed shut in the world All around that in reality they extended Over a Small part of the country that some where else perhaps Only Twenty or thirty or a Hundred Miles the Sun was shining Anil All was Brig and Beautiful this is really the Case. For storms however Long and dram. Not extend Over Ruan y Miles Ami though it always k raining at some place in the world vet a luvs and at the same time it is pleasant sow la a else. Now let see Why this k. Suppose that on a warm summer of the Moomi we were bring a Pitcher of Clear Cool water fresh from the Well and place it on the table in the Din ing room. Now no matter How can fully we May have dried the Pitcher be Tan bringing it in we shall discover if we watch closely that the out Idi soon becomes wet or misty und tha the Mist grows heavier and then Gath ers into drops and perhaps even run Down the Pitcher the table. Now where does Thi water con not through the sides of tin. Pitcher that is impossible but from the air. We can not see it perhaps. But still it is there in the state of vapor. How came it there did you Ever notice after a rain How in a Sciort the sole tenant of a lonely Miner s Cabin that it studs on the Summit o sold Hill oppose Ito Buena Vista Colo. S mrs. Mary a Lien noted throughout he West As the Only woman Miner in the stale. She has lived alone on the Mountain Tor several years spending Ier time in prospecting fur Gold Bui thus fur without apparent Success. A Cabbab. One of the most striking examples o what real native american grit and intelligence can accomplish in the face of apparently insurmountable difficulties s presented in the career of tha famous 3r. R. V. Pierce head of the world s aia Pessary medical association Andthil valide hotel and surgical Institute o t., and who through the medium of curative in known and honoured throughout All Christendom. Born in a Little new York Village and eared in a Small Pennsylvania town Early you h waa a struggle Between disadvantages and ardent desire in the strife for education. The Public school and every other Paible medium of Contr action was eagerly utilized by the Active brained boy. Until eighteen years of age he Elt and knew ability Cope successfully with a Yourdo of professional study. Alter five years of arduous and continuous Effort be reaped the Honor of a signally successful graduation in Medicine Early professional labors were confined a Rural District of Enn Syliama until 1867, when a desire and determination achieve Success win a name brought the City of Buffalo in Bis native Static where the Field wait broader and of Portuni Les More plentiful. Goaded Onward by an Active brain and tremendous Energy we next find located in a Smalt room on an obscure Street preparing and putting on he Market carefully prepared remedies and specifics for the Relief of the Multi tide Beronil the Ranga of a narrow Cir Uit of daily Calls. Another change and we find in Arae building on main Street and the dec intent of the first fruits of growing Lublic Confidence or. Fierce like every other Brainy Man f the age waa and is a firm believer in be Liberal use of Printer s Ink and rom main Street establishment he dispatched the message of Healing Tower throughout the entire country. The doctor knew As now the whole world knows the merits of skilfully Evi eed and prepared remedies and As Only eager for their Public test. A new More years and the largest and and attest Structure in the City of Buffalo towered toward the sky in Mon mental acknowledgement of the vital Energy and gifted learning of this our present tire american doctor the Alace hotel for invalid s As this note institution was called fell an Early i Calm the names but like a Phoenix rom the ashes of this conflagration Prang the present Mammoth dual Structure fam Ishing alike a luxurious sort of health rest and invigoration and also tha place for those Stan Ard specifics which ars going out in a Ever ending flaw All the countries f the Earth. It is a positive fact that will astound you who doubt the Power Energy c inner that or Pierce s Golden med cat discovery is As Well Nown in India Day As in new York Ity and is yet Only on the threshold of destined usefulness. The world s dispensary and the in aids hotel and surgical Institute is a combination of luxurious no commode Ion and every conceivable Comfort and possible curative appliance known Olence. I is a Haven where chronic Iee Asea and physical afflictions yield he potent influence of skillful treat ment. In conclusion we Ean Only say that it Ankum Public Confidence just where it serves amongst be reliable curative establishments of would. The older a Man gets the More diff olt it is pall the Wool Over Bis Eye. Be has a Good Deal less Wool you know. By Jocklen b Arnica Balb. The Belt Salve w world far cuts her time the puddles became dry and How Tho moisture disappeared from the grass and leaves As soon As the Sun Shuc out and the wind blew or did you Ever notice that if you left a pan of water out of doors the water each Day grew less and less until All a Goue and the Pun was dry All the water that was in the puddle on the grass and leaves except that a filch soaked into the ground and in he pan was taken As vapor into the As we say. The same thing happens when water oils Only it then evaporates More rap and we Ean see the vapor arising As steam. If you live near a River 01 in a country where there Are Brooks. Perhaps you can see this evaporation actually taking place. Get Early some morning before the Sun vises. And look out toward the River. You May see a Long line of Mist or fog like m big White Cloud hanging Over the water. Now this Mist is Only the Waer evaporating from the River and a list now visible As fog because the air is Cool. After the Sun has shone the air becomes warmed and the fog disappears but the evaporation goes on. Nevertheless. Indeed it is going on continually and All Over the Earth so that if the water were not returned As rain Snow and Dew All Tho oceans lakes and Rivers would in time dry and disappear. All the Trees grass and plants would then Wither and our Beautiful Laud would become As dry Aud parched As the great desert of p. Merriu m at. Nicholas. Leer Kitchen lore. Lamb Don love Ter see pea vines Wellin wid de Turkov Gobler he Twel Christmas Den de folks Dee i. Or weddin brings cakes enter de Kitchen ener May age lib wholesome thing Fer or Gal Ter Ter. Rale Good Kershaw s got m much meat m de neck sex in bowl. Punkin sweets wid de fallin onions is Good put or taste a do pot. Even i make de pudding de Good fashioned timey was fee Ole is de Shorter was Thoo. Cracklin bread goes wid. Chaw de j Lioy Road in ear on de fort or july. Gether yer fruits alter dark la make de Trees what bears Emer dry rot. I. Eggplants Calls Fer eggs Index Nokia i Dee s b legged Ter git pm. Make tie pudding do de Good of Donkin pot Licker makes gals pretty. Folfier yer Uver Good co n Hope de Whit Finger. Shuck Eger h make de Light All de same. Corn no Thiu Ain better latin Dan de Good Oie Yam roasted in ashes. Den yer Kiu Call Dat Tater blow canc takes Protty nigh All yer Barcafer clean Emen Dee s Sweet yer teen. Of de Cook have Smoot on her lit s Sho sign she s Gwine or visiting. Of de Dis Lirag on de fio s or True sign Dat hungry conic no s comia. A Philadelphia servant has distinguished herself by an original son of private theatricals. While her mistress was away she attired herself in the Best dress of the lady of the House. Made upon strange ladies and invited them return her Courtesy. When they called she entertained them appropriately showed them Over the House and Felt provoked because her Del had gone out the Farco for some time. Love requires a hand hand action win. Ent i a similar occasion Nis majesty but h Kaiser Wilhelm. Many stories about the Kaiser Are current says the pall-3fall Gazette. The meat characteristic perhaps is one relative the Battle of Sadowa. The King followed by Bismarck was posted m a very dangerous spot. The Chancellor prayed majesty with draw. Tee King replied when my army advances the Cannon s month it is my duty be in the midst of it 1 Bismarck remained silent but when he found the position unbearable he exclaimed As a major i have no adv give your majesty on the Fjeld c Battle but As your prime mints Ter i Ai bound beg your majesty not pose life in such a the King listened this remonstrance an reluctantly Drew Back a Little but Bis Minarck not considering the Retreat sufficiently rapid gave a kick majesty s horse which galloped off. The Kaiser was very ill in the Spring c 1885, and the doctors prohibited Ai tending the military Maneu vers o horseback. His refused g in a Carriage adding a thin would be most which a general present rejoined Isire forget that Frederick the i eat a Carriage on replied Only did so during the fast years of i the Kaiser was then 89 and eve Dently considered Huim of a Voun Man. Another military anecdote the emperor had just received the visit o .1 celebrated general who had beet placed on the retired list. A Brav exclaimed majesty wha a pity it is he can no longer mount of and then after a Feu minutes silence he added alas neither Ean i and if i were an Ordinary general i should have been m the same list Long everybody knows that the emperor was in the habit of showing himself sub Ecta from a window of the Palace Dur the changing of the guard. After one of crises he wanted get and go the window As usual but Thi doctors opposed on which Majest exclaimed of leave me alone ought do it. Does Baedeker announce in guide that i am be Een everyday at the the emperor William during ids lifetime saw disappear from the scene six Popes right emperors fifty two Kings Sis sultans and Twenty one presidents four of these Are still alive but the remaining eighty nine Are dead. Kiaei Vilhelm possessed among other Var ups of the Hohenzollern that of Economy. Without falling into the Jordrd avarice of Frederick the great in knew How reckon and succeeded n raising the Fortune of House which was at one time very Small. Before the War. Among the Peculiar features of Steamboat life on the Mississippi be Ore the said col. Dean of bursts a St. Louis Republican re a Ortr the other Day were the and omens in which every Steamboat Ian had the most implicit Faith. A Ray horse on Board the boat made Allae hands and All the passengers who new anything about the superstition Neasy and miserable the end of the rip or until the Equine Jonah had cached its destination. I never heard f a disaster with which a Gray hone was connected but the belief in their and Luck got started somewhere. An ther superstition which was hardly superstition because i never saw it All come True was that one Steamboat disaster occurred two orb is would follow in a week or two. Always Felt very anxious when a Steamboat was burned blown or Unk As we would always think it Lay be our time next i d like for of notice that and see How Singu arly True is. Only a Short time ago he Simms went the Bottom at dem. Within two weeks the Duncan sunk by another boat below Cin innate and the third Steamer i be forgotten its was Tost still fur ice Down the Ohio. The deck hands Fere All Irish in Tbone Days and they red the hotbeds of River supers i on. Bat the negroes of Day Are bout As bad. If they see a rat jump Fra boat before leaving the wharf Ley won make the trip for any Oon iteration. I was on the River a Good i any years and ran several trips with Lark Twain or Sam Clemens As we Mew then. He was Good Story Eller and a number one Good fellow tall times. But there waa nothing Mutty about yarns. He was Al ways refined a via language even Rhen a Young Man it used be oar Elight get in the Pilot House and he lives Roo now. Low with or Tolm m m w. Bonny Bride will you m Day. Year Bloom Budd War. Your Olden Sachet Filar and hear by s jokes it play the toddle. Fib Coon a Bat Tiro of Dat Abl Hett of the Rabaev hot by alternating the two be and Sam .14 get no m will Lee if it is the True kind it will it Vire All the inevitable Faatai changes of life. But it a every woman s desire and duty retain m she can. The that her charming and beloved in youth. No one can keep her Youthful Bloom w equable temper if weighed Down Aad offering from female and Dis orders. Or. Pierce s tion is a remedy for them trouble. Sold by druggists. Tints which we enjoy an and we Are passing who enjoy invent ions of the i9th coh. Tube. The Steamboat reaper Canann Oldsby a Thund Brdar. Booms Light eur Tor and and Brustat Electr Liliy j be Telegraph s Click Luht Blac released then the Telephone it Aad put on the finish the last Bat not it lamed Little purgative last but not lean a or. Pleasant purgative Pellet it relieves human buffering adds and of human Comfort and believed s offerer enjoy All the Ings and luxuries of the age we lira in. Reformers come and Bat taxes hang on forever. Ken news Hub youth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley. Peterson co. Iowa tells the of lowing remarkable Story the truth of which is vouched for by the residents of that town i am 73 years old have been troubled with kid Ney complaint and lameness for Maar years not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All pain Aad lameness and am Able do All my Owa Bouse Woric. I owe my thanks elec tric bitters for having renewed air youth and removed completely All ease and try a bottle 60c and j1.00 at c. L. Wall go s drug store. Leisure is Sweet j those who ban earned it but burdensome those who get it for nothing. The Tab Kkt Hod of curing habitual constipation Aad liver and kidney ills is avoid one of the bitter drastic liver medicines Aad cathartic and take Only the Oleu Aat liquid fruit remedy syrup of Fife. It cleanses As Well As Putren Grhene tha sys tem and does not leave the cos Tive so that regular habits mar formed and the invalid permanently restored health. It acts promptly Aad effectively it is easily taken and per for at j. B. Dow factly Harmle Nar s drug store. May 31m with regard sparking front Gate a Good Deal can both sides card or thanks. If the proprietor of Kemp should publish a card of thanks Eoa Awa a expressions of gratitude which Iowa daily from Tbone who Ham cured of severe Throat and lung troubles by the use Kemp s Balsam it would fill a fair fixed Bonk. How much better invite All Call on Peter offer a and get a free Rample bottle that you May test for yourself its Power. Law bottles me. And the pickpocket Lur sends. Is no respecter of a family path Riho. Have Yon a father Yott a Mother have Yon a son or daughter. Sister or a brother who not yet Aken Kemp s Balsam for sub by. And Throat the guaranteed remedy far he cure of coughs cold asthma croup ind All Throat and Luck troubles Why when a Sample bottle a Fader Civen von free by Peter Ogier e 3ons and the Large Sise Soosu Only and . The favorite song of the thief i o steal a while Rev. H. H. Fairall d. D., of tie Iowa method it rays rid tonally. November 1883 number of we have tested the Merit of Ely s Cream Balm and that by i thorough course of treatment it will ure almost every c Tarrh. Kia Beers. As a class Are afflicted with Huhl and Throat troubles and cat tar re More prevalent Ever. We Carnot recommend Ely a Cream too an it Tor knows when Are cart in pleasant places. A dose of Pearlie worm pc dec Reatea great consternation among Tho forms which and twist too Tamach of Many children and Sorott Del s. This specific a plea mat Tako Hildren like it is purely Vego Ubu Compon Dand will injure Aothia be Worms. No cure no pay. Mtr Gier s sons. A factory Aluinc Ninati wed. Be would think a a Corr Bill s Sarsaparilla is purely accept iodide d Fotara Siut powerful a combo Lara of indicted a Ibea blood Ami improves i wu1 Trottm news paper Metspa Perl

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