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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - September 6, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday september 6, 1888. No. 18. Futh Dan. K. T. Majsky. M. O., Howe mite a. Proved new turn Alloi Hycl c. Oblu hot Hutu Miff Man Ami All la Eye. Raee Ecru. K. Wall attorn Kwh. At Law. Omit a new Norm or in Apt w Ijiri q. Am. Wotli trotto 111. Iii 12 ii at Law m. Law Manl a attorney at Law. A Kalb at Law. W i me. I a a Hall leu Hill Tului Matam it loom Malik. Notary in Phemey at Law Ilal Matlob to hot Kwh. Momb. We. A. M. Ralrh Kalis Mville. Ohio. 1 Etta Hotal m us by essm w. Irav Moon amp to Eviat no to fam. Engl Neor. Koniw. Vihlo. Ual v Kwh o. Kinmon. And Vail View lit my to j o. Ramvick. Bette Emi town prop my Hoot Bizil a Taal Bey Nam. Tto to the in on Haiti iter a Wilm Ohto Jambu. Halal alarm of Busalee Wagon. All Al Tull if oa1m a co. To. Mai do Welt to Mamma malt Oreener. Milum Alae in the m w. Mamom Bentlet. I steel Pala kor. 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Try i John bold co. Ia.te.3if. Salesmen and conservatory of music Ninio a pit. Parker s hair Balsam Ici. U. Len Hill. Never fails to Voiture Gray tall Youthful color. A Nikki Ivi it boat Pathic Vete bitaut see figs for cattle sheep poultry. Anslmn lubed a Bart heat pro. I. A Lynex Nln Ngo. Dam Lymm of us Galton. .60 i by Oral uni in it Rcpt of Price. Co. In Fullon it., h. T. Homeopathic no. In us 30 mrs the on Lar rent eds for nervous Oen Liti vital weakness profit Melon. From work or Tamn to or a Van in Mill Urkiw Vanl nil him Ermint in pm Emhof july Vii t r or Calif Orivia Tiik land of discoveries every steamship brings us new designs and novelties in skins from our foreign agents. The reason Why we sell Fine furs cheaper than other manufacturers can is because we make More of them and Trade direct with the trappers. Are Safe in recommending our Walter Buhl of Hion Mah. Makk no by nil Ullmn for. Santa Aizik in Broil Fht Runny h Linhmy Linzil am by promptly Lirrie Klim up Hie Iii Iii two Inlo Tiht into will yet Ohvo from an Huttt Ottly Yon rawly la Iho limit a. Ron Catarrh Oroville Cal tic Only ciuahan1kkd cum Tor a Larb aria in Huml Onuf new Tore a storm mow of nine i re bad Anil anal Munt Remllong from pm Turah. Follow cure by All Orng Lulu Mon i n for ii by n. Shawta Abik and Cubb us fisheries Ulf. Text of Tiik president s mks sagr. To the rejection he the the treaty Intel Nicio titled for 10 i Tell Init and of the dil i think in Tebu him Uin Teil Illus hint Urett Liri Tain Annie Nini he Ilhan Ana of american lither on in the ports and in Lara of or Iliili Iii Tricot sum ii to Riih Tiff n in Rev of the Pinili Lim in Wlinich Peix limit thug Niini ii to. The trenly noon Whix i Obj it Ronny mind i Isis it a to the mining of in ii my ini8 been a fruitful urn of irritant i pan roil to he entirely Evimae Lifen other with Tren Leil by the acadian and Offu Tinh in n Miner Ihly Imanh and of Iiren. Thin Condich Linn been Jishi fled by real. Unil cite Iii in the claim it the Tren y of this Parr pitied it and ton the ground that it. Neros Surv to in proper Protection of in e to. We deny that tidily Nure in from and Irente i Siro i Ilia Nitro in of the United Hulet und n by the Rii Villi of Init joint Ommett and in ppr y of Bentli Onnon times Whir i Aini Ryhle re inns Rurey in Inin to unil Buovo nil. In i of the Uin Teil Stefl i the of c Lih la Iii Nilli Foi Lul Nosb and sons ii Antii a Hiither Jet r Luin Tienyi Anxo a Lihe keenly Nen motive to nil the t War in the condition tin 1 by meant. Loth i it Nihil Nils of our injured Oil a ii i still me i it my duty Lor the Pii car Ilion important Ain Erinn inti a hta which re indirectly in Vulval Mil in View of i de Aill of the Hisiu to ii nut by to n indy i i it la n and to Lii Nim Termini tvs i by a in just trenly ten Mijc Ever ret a iritis of d in Irilli. I fully lie line that let qty Jet reject i in he the Senate As to lit cd i of tire. And int ill provi to inh a i i for our Uriv in the in twin for m v x Iti is in my Lor Iho or it notion if file idly and Iurii Nancv a Tohoni Licinit in the least our nation us Pridu or Unity. I Ara quite in Wiona that neither Ray Tinion of die value of the Ivy Coreil Reaty nor the Ino Tiven which Prui muted o Are of in tie Gilt of the judgment of the Senate hut it in of import nue to ote that thin treaty Imi re ducted without and apparent Dix position on the Art of the Senate to alter or Amend Ita of visions and with the on not inn Init i spies Mon no tuition Ken Silil at present in con did Toui Liinar the matter at th.1 co Nei Erhard for lie nil i intent of the Ioil a tending Nii Lional la erotic my Willi lunch we have to Deal v Ine Hoila of Corr Eronie and Airro put Havine twins been declined i am v no Menith i Phi in to no nil in Ibert St and the nit Lila of on in in Inisi a or to net Larrt their Ariev res Anil i tha Renfre turn to the con Ilion of a plan of run Emlion he a Ushii h ii inuit in of ire Stirm tie Illarion i no not Annii Nikii of the it to grinned in nil lit line of conduct nor do f nil in the not to by Recinto a Orionn Colfle Lennon it will he Imp i Sibl. To injure in in Indian in by it t Dmitry him Iron Wii Ornu ill i Tini Rome Pon our own this n a filth Funni in proximity Oil inner and the Ini Vitus la of i Iii Prisen Vii Ali have Ceil by Mutual activity National i airily stated the policy of National Elulia tion Niani Entov Ems area the in i tion of the urea tent harm upon the Scho have injured in with tie Levirt tile in Ink to ourselves. Lii to is n Eye Ilene propriety Well i an invention to moral support lond in Visil Inu Pon the i Lirtz the Hume men Iiren or kind of Treal tent of Wlinich we complain and far As p while within in Fannie Linen. Am above All things in of Rethati Aimini if entered non be the Oronah and their consideration a Nail inc at a Lii me to invoke the Nul unil counsel of the or so rear and ill farther Grant of Powei flee Inatome Neres sury Ami d Mirable fender full dive the policy 1 have Iii aled. The co Urenn Lino already Pii sned in a birth received her hit on in third div of March iss7, provide nor nit in Anje rican Lis Liinus Vesse s to or via stink in the or Al any Olle ports of the limit it ii minions of lorb America Ronld or lately had Een deprived of the Nuhn to which they Ereen filled by treaty or Law or they denied certain other privileges Liei Ein Baccili a or vexed and Hiir Rashed n the enjoyment of the the Pruni ent Nix it deny to kernels and Lar in and or cwt of tie British ins of North Amer Ca any Entrance into lie Waters porn or bar or of the United talks and Nelsn deny entry into Ort or Pine of to o United states of Rodrict of wild d in minor or to Iii irom fluid dominions to the United Santoa while i shall not hesitate non proper Insinna to enforce thin act it Wolc eem to he Unne Ces Saty to Pua Gest that such enforcement is limited in Mich a inn Erng to result in the least Ijuro to our people the effect would Rob Nelv be entirely inadequate to the of the Piir Poso desired i deem it my duty therefore to attention to the Congress to certain Par Colars m the action of the authorities f the Dominion of Canada in addition the general allegations already Inch appear to be in such marked act to the Liberal Anil Friendly on of on country in my opinion to All for such Leiro Hutton will non he print Les already stated properly no element the Power to inaugurate Etc ligation already vested in the execute. American Ikno Kosiaty actuated by the generous and neigh orly spirit which ims character liked on our Tariff Laws have since 880 so far waived in favor of Canan no to Al of free of duty the trn tit Crosa the territory of the United states l property arriving on ports and Dos Ineil to can a or exported from Cana la to other countries. When the treaty if Washington was Diego tinted in 1s7i be Ween the United states nil u eat but non but Vine for its object very largely the Modi Mcalinn of that treaty of 1s18, the privileges too to referred to were made reciprocal and in return by la to the United slates m the following an Gunge contained in the article of said treaty it is agreed that for the term of years mentioned in article .13, of Ilus treaty goods wares or arriving a the ports of new York Boston and port land and other ports in the United Whitti have been or May from problem. United states May be entered at the proper Netom hone and conveyed in transit without the payment of Dutie through the Eaid pop Niong under such Ruiten and Renn lations and conditions for the Protection of the Revenue As the governments of the Aid Pons Egions May from time to time prescribe and under like rules Anil regulation and conditions i nods wares or merchandise May be conveyed in to Nai without payment of time to time be specially designated by the president of Ihn United St atm and destined for her Britannic Muon Gay s now captions in North America May be i a Oruil at the proper Cut Tom a noise Anc conveyed in transit without the pay intent of duties through the territory o the United states under such i lations and Condi ions or the Protection of the Revenue As the govern Man t of the in id states May irom Lime to Lime Are scribe and under like rules regulation and conditions goods a Tregor Mei Chan dose May be conveyed in Tranent without the payment of duties from such Lions to rough the territory of the unite states for Export from the said o the United states. It to farther agreed that for the like period goods Cwm or merchandise arriving at any of the Potto other Britannia majesty a Poate Tou la Ortli Antrim and do Niimd the Tow duties from the quite in states through the said possess or of other places in the United Simen or or Export forja ports a the Saij possessions. Treaty violated. In the year Isufi notice was received by the of on i Yern ment that would no longer be allowed to Shin their Flash in Bond and free of duty through c Nadian territory to this country and Ever s acc that time each shipment has been denied. The privilege of such shipment which had been extended to our la whermen was a most important. One allowing them to spend the time upon the fishing grounds which i would otherwise be devoted to a a Yuge Home with Thor Caich and doubling their opportunities to profitably prosecute their Vocanti in. A forbidding the transit of the catch of our fishermen Over their territory m Yonl and free of duty the Canadian authorities deprived us of the Only facility dependent upon the Core Eston. Ami for which we could Supply no sub Timte the to the Dominion of Canada of the privilege of for their exports and imports across territory Anil to and from our though Grout in every respect a o better appreciated when it. Is Reu Imber and that for n considerable portion o1 Nach year the St Lawrence River which coins i nth the direct Avenue of foreign Commerce lending to Canada a closed by ice. During the list six years the imports Anil of British Canadian provinces Carnul across on under the no Leges wanted he o t Laws amounted value to about nearly All which were in Milo under our Tariff by fur the larger part of thin tray c consisted of exch tree of goods be Ween Irene. Brilain and her american to vices bronc by to and carried from or ports in their own vessels. The treaty thu latins entered into by our govern ent was in Harmony with Laws which Ere then on our statute doors unil Are ill in Force i ree Omund immediate action r inferring upon the executive the Power to suspend by reclamation the operation of ill Laws us regulations permitting the inns it of oods wares and merchandise a Bond Cross or Over the territory of tha United Stefl to or irom Canada. There need e no hesitation in suspend my these Laws Ising from the supposition that their into dance is secured by treaty Obliga Nils for it seems quite Plain that Arti e 2u of the treaty of 1871, which was the Only article incorporating such Laws Ter Ina Teil the first of july 1s85. The or Cle itself declares that its provisions Hall be in Force for the term of tears mentioned in article 33 of this Ureng to article 33, we find no men on of the h article but Only a pro Sion that articles is to 25, inclusive us article 30 shall take Fil act As s Ion a the Laws required to carry them into per lion shall be posse in by the Legisla be bodies of the different countries con red and to bar they shall remain in Roe for ten years from the Date at which lev May come into operation Anil Lur Ler until t in expiration of two years Ter either of the High contracting Par i shall Baye Given notice to the Oiler ill wish to terminate the am of the opinion that the term of ears mentioned in article 38, referred 0 in i Lille l Olanthe limit of Iti duration the period daring which articles f inclusive and article .10, com Only called the Kib Hery tall continue in Force under the Ian Unge of said article that the joint High con missioners to negotiated the treaty so understood and intended the phrase is certain for 1 a statement containing an account of Leir negotiation prepared under their ipe vision and approved by them we and the following entry on the subject the transit a cation wan discussed and it was agreed that any settlement lat might be made should include a cipro no arrangement in that respect r the period for which the Liili cry articles shall be in sons Tiu Chinnok tins Law. In addition to Bir very satisfactory evidence supporting this construction of in language of article 20, it will be found that the Law passed by Congress o carry the treaty into effect furnishes Onn Lneve proof of the correctness of tick construction. Tia Law was passed March 1, 1s7s, and is entitled in act. To carry into 1 act the provisions of the treaty be Ween the u nil my states and great retain signed in Washington May ii s7i, relating to the alter providing in its first and second Chi Ovid for putting in operation articles s to 2.1, inclusive and article 30of the Reata the to third Section is devoted to Arcle an follows Section 3. That from the Date of the resident s proclamation authorized by in first Section of to h act and so Long m Tho articles 18 to 25 inclusive and article 30 of said treaty shall remain in orce according to the terms and Condi on of article "3 of snid go ids wares and merchandise arriving etc., following in the re Flinder of the action kit the exact words of the Stipe lion on the part of the United states r contained in article which i Haye irely fully quoted. Then is a distinct enact mint of be Congress limiting the duration of is article a the treaty to the time the hides 18 to 25, inclusive and article 0 should continue in Force. That in line Inch limitation it hat gave tie leaning of the treat itself is indicated y the fact that its purpose is declared to e to carry into that provisions of be treaty and by the further fact that is Law appears to have been submitted Alore the promulgation of the treat to Ertain members of the joint High com Mission representing both countries and met with no Obj or dissent. There appearing to be no conflict or in consistency Between the treaty and the it of the Congress last cited it a nol Refl Fusary to invoke the Well settled Prin that in Case of such conflict the Salute governs the question. Tbbm1nation of tub treaty. To any event and whether the Law of 873 conf Lornea the treaty or governs it Section 20 of said treaty i have no mint terminated with the proceedings Aken by our government to terminate i Iii Les is to 25 incl hive and article in f the treaty. These proceedings Hail heir Inci lion in a joint Resolution of 3oiikress, passed May 3, 1383, declaring hat in the judgment of Congress these articles ought to be terminated and directing the president to give the notice o the government of great Britain pro filed Tor in article 33 of the treaty. Such notice having been Given two years rior to the 1st Day of july 1885, the articles mentioned were absolutely terminated on the Insl Day mined and will them article was also terminated. If by any language used in the joint Resolution it was intended to relieve Section 3 of the act of 1873, embodying article 29 of the treaty from its Wulim nations or to save the article itself 1 am entirely satisfied that the intention miscarried but statutes granting to the people of Canada the valuable privileges of trans t for their Good from our ports and Over on soil which h id been passed prior to that making or the treaty of 1871 and in Lepen Huntly of it remained in orce and Ever since the abrogation of the treaty and notwithstanding the refusal of can Ada to permit our fishermen to Send then Hub to their Home Market through Hei territory in Bond the people of that do minion have enjoyed without diminution the advantages of our Liberal and Gener Oue Laws. Without Basing on complaint non a violation of treaty it never Tholen True that Sunh refusal of trans and the other Injo Sisoi aeta which hav been ree Ted constitute a promo Kunf in non ref hit neither Mitzi rated bar the amen Tiee of Mha Ial lat Vowrn modified by the recognition of oar Pic reality and generous consideration. Tub history of events connected with this subject makes it Manifest that the can Lian government an if so disposed administer its Laws and protect the interests of its people without manifestation of unfriendliness. And without the Laneigh Borlev treat ment of on fishing vessels of which we ave justly complained and whatever is one on our part should be done in the Lope that the disposition of the Canadian government May remove the occasion a resort to the additional executive Wernow sought through legislative action. I am satisfied that upon the principle hich should govern retail action Ourin and relations with the do million of Canada pm Nish no better or Unity for its application an is Sug ested by the Condi turns herein presen de and that it could not be More effectively inaugurated than under the Tower of suspension recommended. While i have expressed Ray Clear con it inn upon the of the continue nce of Section 29 of treaty of 1871, of fully concede that the pow r and duty of the in Conte lating legislative action to construe the Erms of any treaty stipulation which might upon and possible consideration of Ood Faith limit such likewise he Peculiar propriety in the Case Here resented of its interpretation of its own language it contained in the Laws of 1873, Utteg m o operation said treaty and of s83, directing the termination thereof and if in the deliberate judgment of c in Rees and restraint to the proposed legis action exists in is to be hoped that the expediency of its Early removal will be recognized. Navigation Laws. I desire also to Call attention of the egress to another subject involving he wrongs and unfair treatment to our citizens As in my opinion require prompt Cion. The navigation of the great lakes and he immense business and carrying Trade rowing out of the same have been rated broadly and liberally by the noted states government and made ree to All Mankind while Canadian rail oads and navigation companies share in or country s trans portion upon terms As adorable As Are accorded to our own Cit fans. The canals and other Public works nil and maintained by the government s the line of the lakes Are made free Alt in contrast to this mincing a narrow and ungenerous com Vercial spirit every lock and every Ca Al which is a Public work of the Domin n of Canada is Ahuj it to tolls and barges. By article 27 of the treaty of Inion was made to secure to the citizens f the United states the use of the Wel and St. Lawrence and other Canadian anal on terms of Equality with the m Ahi Tants of the Dominion and to also cure to the subjects of great Britain he use of the St. Clair Flats canal on of Equality with the inhabitants of be United states. The Equality with the inhabitants of he Dominion which we were promised n the use of the canals of Canada did of secure to us Freedom from tolls in heir navigation but we had a right to expect that we being americans and in erected in american Commerce would e no More burdened in regard to the Aine than canadians engaged in their in Trade and the whole spirit of the on cession made was or should have Wen that merchandise and property transported to an american Market Ironsh these canals should not been danced in the Cost by tolls Many times higher than such As were carried to an joining Canadian Market. Allo Nociti Eiith producers and Consumers As Well s vessel to enjoy the equal y promised and yet evidence has for pm time been before the shed by the Secretary of the Treasury lowing that while the tolls charged in be first instance Are the same to All such Cassels and cargoes As Are destined to Ertain Canadian ports Are allowed a round of nearly the entire tollo while lose bound for american ports Are not allowed any such advantage. To Promise Equality and then in prac ice make it conditional upon our vessels oing Canadian of their in is to fulfil a Promise with the had w of performance. I recommend that such legislation be ail As will give Canadian vessels Navi rating on canals and their cargoes pre Isely the advantages granted to on yes Cla and cargoes upon Canadian canals and that the same be measured by exactly the same Rule of discrimination. Our Ivonok and dignity. The course. I have outlined and the made relate to the onor mid dignity of our country and be Protection and preservation of the rights and interests of All on people. A intern tent does but half its duty when t protects its citizens at Home and per nits them to be imposed non and humiliated by the unfair and overreaching disposition of other nations. If we in be our people to rely upon arrange cents made for their Benefit abroad we hould see to it that they Are not Ite lived and if we Are Gene Rona and lib ral to a Neil shoring country our peole should reap he advantage of it by a Eturia of the liberality and generosity. These Are subjects which partisanship hould not disturb or confuse. Let is Urvey the ground calmly and moderate a and having put aside other Means of Eti Lement if we enter upon the policy Flet of pursue it firmly Ritli a determination Only to Subserve lie interests of our people and maintain lie High Standard and the becoming ride of american citizenship. Be Opku executive mansion August you will find her smiling night ail Ilay although at times she is nor Gay. And should you wander Why you meet Lila constant smile regard her Teeth. She Only laughs those gems to show. Which sodium of makes Vulto 113 Snow. A new Charm o Beauty when it discloses a pretty set f Teeth. Whiteness when nature has applied this element of loveliness May e retained through life by using the fragrant Sozo dont. Panl Dong a mends furniture toys crockery All ornamental work. Sept 0-4 at Tsz of both parties before entering upon any kind of agreement. It is a act that it is thus referred to on every Nipo taut quiver. 8hal.i, women by allowed to took the question of female suffrage has agitated the tongues and pens of re orders for Many years and Good arguments Haye been adduced for and against it. Many of the softer sex could the intelligently and Many would vote their husbands dirt and give no i omit to the merits of a political Issue. They would All vote for or. Fierce g Ivorite prescription for they know it s a Boon to their sex it is or the cure of Lenco Rhea abnormal dig barges morning bickness. And the countless ills to which women Are sub act. It is the Only remedy for woman s Peculiar weakness and ailments old by druggists under a positive guar tee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in every Case or Money will be refunded. See Guaran tee on wrapper around bottle. Very Dis obliging. A Youngman from 5 a Well known City Hall Olli Cial with is Strong personal letter of in Triduc Ion. The Olli Cial anxious to oblige i Romics to try and secure him a place in the police Force and asks him to again in a week. He does so and he official appears to be rather pm Arr Sacil. I am extremely sorry but much As would like to oblige my Friend i find record is against in what Way is the dignified answer. Well i Sec that you were sent up or a month Tho Lii St time for robbery lie so come time for a brutal assault on got three months and recently stood trial and narrowly escaped Vith your neck on a charge of murder. Juder such circumstances i Cau hardly exclaims the Young Nan with a lofty wave of his hand people always manage to find excuses when they Don t want to oblige a pub Toby an excited irishman lately rushed in to a Boston drug store having a broken in appearance generally. Be jabber be yelled i m All wrong entirely i want some stuff to straighten me oat. Some Thim Purgatory bullets Wil no me i m what d be tax for them t what do you mean asked the clerk. Puim tory Sor or something Locke that Thev Call re plied the Man. Share i m in Purgatory now with headache and liver com plaint and bad stomach and the Devi knows what All the clerk passed of a vial of or. Pierce s pleasant purgative and p it went off contented these Little pellets care All derange mental of the Lime stomach and Bowel. Little a urge than outta re Plain facts. Have you pain in the Small of your Jack or hips Sharp pains up the Back t times pain in the Mering before the eyes at times difficult o urinate it times too free too Clear so remember these Are symptoms of right s disease which ran be cured n its first stages but do not wait until Hen. Go to d. M Hawthorne s drag Tore and ask for a free Sample bottle of or. Burdick s kidney care. Which will convince you. Large size 75 cents. One Ottle lasts two weeks this is a Posi Ive cure for All kidney and liver roubles with a guaranteed Sale. For coughs colds sore or weak throats. Ask for a free Sample of Jack on s magnum Bouru cough syrup he great healer. Large size so Cente. Sold by d. M. Hawthorne s aug 10 1m she was joking. The were on their bridal tour says time ill she said gayly now Freddie we Don t want every Ody in Tho car to know that we Are newly married and have them All Star no at us. Let us act like real old Narried people. It la be such Jolly All said Freddie calmly. You just let to have that end of tie seat it s lots pleasant or than this. I la Ako tie and i guess i la go to sleep for three or four hours. You me up when we come to the Din incr station. Spread that shawl Over me and i Don t earn who knows that we re just she said. Sit where you Are dour and hold my run Kos her youth. My. Ali ice Chesley Peterson Clay jo., Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth of which i is vouch d for by the residents of the town i no 73 years old have been troubled wit i kidney complaint and lameness or Many years could not dress myself without heu. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I owe my Hanks to electric Bittern for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a Mettle at c. L. Wau co Rug store. Chicago notes. Gotham at the Ball do not Welch s curves. Miss Breezy re Nind you of Hogarth s line of miss Breezy from Well really or. Gotham i never saw to Earth York Sun. A touch of nature is a great Tang and no mistake. Chicago s sex mayor to soon air landed among the cossacks ban they recognized in him a Long est journal. Hat fat Var. I have been afflicted with Hay fever rom Early in August until Frost. My eyes would run a Stream of water and i sneezed continually. I was advised to ise Ely s Cream Balm. It has worked Ike a Charm and i can say i am entirely Emeline Johnson. Cheater. Conn. I have been for several years a sufferer from Bay fever and severe head colds. I Lave found nothing that ran compare with Ely s Cream Balm. I would not without it Tor any consideration. It is simply wonderful in its effect non the nasal organs. 8. A. Burtt Washington n. C. Ang 30-2w von can t do enough for some Hen. Why said the fireman the ingratitude of some people is away beyond understanding. At the sky i Itata last week i saved a stockbroker s her Down a spliced ladder seventy foot Long. And now holiest follow gasped for breath tin Blower if to does t want me to marry Eagle. To night and to Morrow night and each Day and night daring this week you can get at Peter Ogier s sons Kemp s Balsam for the Throat and lungs acknowledged to be the Moat successful remedy Ever sold Tor the con of coughs group bronchitis whoop ing cough asthma and consumption. Get a bottle to Day and keep it in Honie m you in Check your cold it once. Price 60o and Emily acquired but hard to shake off. Hunting the sea cow. How they capture the. Min item of cout of Florida. The East roast of Florida at one time not so very far Distant was the Hunter s Paradise. And even now for the smaller game there Are few parts of the state where More fun can to Iliad by the Hunterman and the Fisher Man. The Manatee or sea cow is Oue of the few Largo animals left in this Section and its Pursuit is exciting in the extreme. It is a Peculiar Ani Mal both in appearance and habits and its Mode of capture is interesting. The Manatee looks like a huge porker squeezed or an elongated pan it is generally eight or ton feet in length and from four to six feet Broad and it has a hat body. Its head is shaped something like a cows with a Small muzzle. The skin is dark and rough and hangs in folds similar to that of a Hippopotamus or Rhinoceros it is sparsely covered with hair. The animal s eyes Are Welt nigh covered up by the folds of flesh or skin that hang Loose around its head. The animals weigh frown 900 pounds upward and though most helpless and ungainly looking creatures when on land yet in Tho water they Are exceedingly Spry their flukes and flippers sending them through the water with incredible Speed. They Are acute of ear and detect sounds on the water for a Long Dis Tance hence their capture is a matter of no Small skill and dexterity. They live on grass wholly and there Are Only a few places on the coast where they Riave feeding gounds. St. Lucie River which opens into Indian River from the Walpot Tenoka Creek some Miles above Juniper Inlet is their favorite haunt. The Stream is Short wide and with Little current. The Waters Are dark and the bed of tie River is covered with a thick growth of vegetation a sea cow grass being the principal Plant. Many other rare plants Are also found along its Banks none of which grows elsewhere. Three Fine specimens were captured last fall and two others two a Iantha ago. The last party used a very heavy and Strong purse net strengthened with extra ropes. They selected a Cove near the Mouth of the River where the water was about twelve feet deep. The net which was thirty feet Long and with very Large meshes was extended Between stakes set at the Bottom and shaped so As to have an open space left at the lower Side As the manatees eat against the Stream. After the trap wag set the party retired to their amp nearly a mile away. And patiently awaited results. The net was visited every Day but beyond an Alligator or shark nothing was secured. At length after eight or nine Days of waiting their patience was rewarded by finding one noon two Fine specimens entangled in the net s meshes. The task to get hem out was not an easy one by any Means. While the animals were timid enough when not molested yet when at Bay they were antagonists not to be despised. The net was gradually brought in toward the Shore the Ani Mals making furious rushes and As they Felt the enclosing wings of the net. A flu boat was then pushed up close to the net Strong ropes were thrown ground one of the manatees and it was so tightly wrapped up and enveloped that it could not move. This was attended with considerable danger and one of the men received a severe wound in the thigh from the creature s Usk while another was knocked sense Ess by a blow from its Hus re and Power Ful Tail. Both animals were finally secured ind then by Means of powerful tackle if cd onto the Flats and placed in St. Louis Globe Democrat. Habit in men and women. Force of habit is responsible for some strange performances. I know of a Mau who never knocks his fingers against anything or skins his Knuckles out he Straightway puts his hand to his Mouth Ana deliberately kisses the wounded place. The kiss it and make it Well remedy of the Nursery was so impressed upon his Boyish mind that now although he has boys of his own he cannot shake off the Rick. Talk of kissing i know a Man who became so habituated to kissing his wife in the Hall directly he came Tome from business in the evening. Hat one night when his pretty a Law opened tie door he kissed her much to her Surprise. Habit will become a master to a Man. A writer with whom i am Uell acquainted cannot write a line of his daily contribution to a certain news paper until his watch is smiling nssiii1 Ince and keeping time on the desk in font of him. Info this habit of Reli Ance upon his watch he was betrayed by another habit he has of putting off work till the last possible moment. It first became a matter of necessity for lira to write against time thus he Elameto make an intimate acquaintance with his watch until to dry no matter whether he be pressed for time or not be cannot write a line without the watch at the top of the Page. At times it is a dangerous thing to submit to the dominance of a habit. I account for the eccentricities amiable and otherwise of Many men on the theory that men Are the victims of acquired habits. They have allowed a slight tendency in a certain direction to break from a walk to a Trot from a Trot to a Canter from a Canter to a Gal lop until in some one respect people Are justified in calling them Cranks. I know a Man who is regarded by a majority of his Fellows As a Misan Thrope. His companions Are excusable for mistaking a habit cloak for a permanent and inherent part of his disposition. Openly and at All times he grumbles. At Tho weather his employers his wife his whisky his clothes his dinner his own political party his political opponents he swears with equal Fervour. When he was Young i guess he fell to grumbling As i pastime and the habit grew upon Tim. He does not mean to condemn his family his friends Iii circumstances in Mcneial and the nation at Large to a fiery Fate As his words would make it appear he did. I know that he is an excellent father a Good Friend a Good husband a Good citizen in More respects than most of us can boast and preeminently i know him to be a Lover his fellow men a Lover whose affection does t curl up and die at the Mouth of his purse. How would account for this seeming anomaly Gay he is a victim of habit. The fairer and far better sex take to habits As to bonnets and bustles with enthusiasm. They never shed their habits either except in rare cases where a song with a Man tied to it works a transformation. There is More regularity and a greater love for system and order sometimes developed under the name of in woman than there is in Man. And it is a narrow partition that divides the systematic from the habitual. What would the average Nursery look like if a Mau had charge of it say for Twenty four hours i pity the Lack less babe in a Nursery ruled by a Mas Culine Monarch. Think of the baby s Cradle upside Down the baby Chew ing the Are Irons the Paregori next door neighbor to a big Dottle labelled think of the Man tearing his a fair in the fore ground. In fact sometimes when i be seen a woman reduce order from rank disorder i have been tempted to believe that the world would Fly off Ita Axis lose its balance shake off its atmosphere and career about space like a toy balloon in a tempest. If woman the newest of hta to the creator Wen majority hebrew words no phrases. If you can say acht and Achtzig twi will be Able to catch on to the citation of a number of hebrew Wolfe and phrases that Are gradually creep ing into use says the Tao Fork Jyon. If you can t manage try to enunciate the Sliaut Rhoun m Dion boil Sicault does it. And you mar come pretty close to the War in which the jewish guttural Are intended to be expressed vocally. Some of these hebrew easy enough. For instance the word Schnurrer signifying a dead beat is hebrew and has made fair Progress Faa making English speaking acquaintances. The hebrew word for Luck has like the word Schnurrer. Al most succeeded in getting itself admitted into the German vocabulary. And is loudly knocking at the door of the English dictionary. Sch Lemueel. Bod is tile antonym of Mazzu and is also ambitious to be recognized by English meaning or Baa been Solon familiar to German Ean that persons not German think it belongs to Germany but it is a he brew word All tie same. Muchallah is one of the jewish words which requires a Throat built the German Model to pronounce f you go into any German Saloon of the East Side whore a game of pinochle is in Progress you will be certain to hear a loser exclaim at his bad Luck. Muchallah is meaning that disaster has claimed him for its is the the hebrews and some other persons refer to lawyers weary parchments. Acho Nebish is the jewish expression of condolence which the vocal organs of a German Delight in. B Little difficult for others however. Mis Pocher is a word which mar be heard wherever a knot of hebrews and germans Are brought together by news of a dishonourable business fail ure. The word Means a Combine for defrauding innocent creditors. Nik Aive is hebrew for a Young unmarried woman while a Matron designed by the term when i jew wants to say that will persist in any line of action shrugs his shoulders in the inimitable hebrew fashion and exclaims. Kodim and goes calmly of his Way. Misfit is the Way an Apoc Tato from Judaism is referred to while a convert is called Gar if male. Garista if a female while Ben Goy child of a Christian is the generic word. Schisa is what jews Call a Gentile Maiden while Rasha Means a very bad Man. A word which very much like an everyday Christian sneeze is hebrew for or that the jewish race the blessings which have been showered upon it in the United states is evidenced by the fact that in their Lang Uge America is called the g the Laud of of the Day of the great an Nual jewish feast the solemn prayer with the words next year in by each Devo tee to his neighbor. Many jews it is to use of this prayer claiming that ame Rica is a Good enough Jerusalem for them they look for nothing better than the Genal Tocu with which their earthly eyes arc familiar. The latest swindle on Farmers in pens Ivania is to be this Farmer objects to giving his note and having it discounted for Cash. Sharper keep the and writes across the face. Not trans in a Short time it is found in the hands of another party with my. Added to the which it read note a Clam bottle be Bibe. An important innovation in bottle making Trade has been perfected. It is an ingenious apparatus for mechanically molding and blowing Glass bottles. London tints thua describes it the molding is done mechanically and the blowing by Means of compressed air thus relieving the Eliss Blower and his unhealthy and occupation. Each pair of m fed with molten Glass by one youth known As a and each machine is worked by a boy who and blows the bottle an d places it on a hand whence it is removed by another boy called the to the annealing Furnace. Each pair of machines is thus served by four hands. Three of whom Are boys. Upon the occasion of our visit one pair of machines were running non soda water bottles and the other pair upon pint Beer bottles which were turned out at the rate of 120 per hour per machine very perfect bottles being produced. The repeating machine consists of circular turn table revolved by Machin Ery around a Central pillar. Whole apparatus is seven feet in diam Eter by five feet Over All and at four Points around its circumference Ara placed at equal distances four Mold ing machines. Each of these is Simitar in principle to the single machine Al though of course slightly different inf detail and construction. As the Appa Ratus revolves each machine in turn passes before the gatherer is it with molten gloss. The Char Mold then passes on a Quarter Circle to the next Point where Mold is automatically turned no akan Down and the Interior of the neck of the bottle is formed the process of blowing being at the same time magically commenced. Passing round another Quarter of a Circle the Mold reaches a Point where it is closed the air pressure put fully on and the bottle completed. The third Quarter of a Circle brings the perfectly finished bottle to a Point at which it is automatically discharged on to a Carrier by which it covered to the annealing oven into which it is placed by a boy. The Cycle of operations will thai be seen As follows while the first bottle is being automatically discharged second bottle is being finished a think one being reversed and having neck punched while the fourth is being cart is the molten Meul u being filled into the Mold. With regard to the saving the actual output to factory before the introduction of machinery was 280 Gross of Day of ten hours the actual capacity of the works being 420 Gross per Day there is a very urge saving in of labor. Arged of m a musical repartee. All the old stories Are retold Witk a Terest including that which the Olf opera goers of new York whose cat life is still bounded by the memory of Grisi and Mario at Catala will continue to vote the of a musical repartee Ara year Little said the emperor Nicholas to mme. Grue. Meeting her one Day at St. Petersburg with her two Little girls Rita and Ciena. The third1 mrs. Godfrey whet tells the Story was not yet Bora. To. Answered mme. Grisi. Etta appropriateness almost too Happy Imp reality they Are my Little i alumni trim is coming my me a material for Denul it u Ivas Light in Lubber Bat Little than one eighth the weight of Emil has neither odor oar taste a Tat ask toot or i Kex newspaper for bulk it afire

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