Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
27 Apr 1896

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27 Apr 1896

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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - April 27, 1896, Lebanon, Pennsylvania To us uht per Jear Tram All put of be mute All communication remit Lar or Nuu Tere int Bod Terai by tac Audre Imd to the bump Tim Attis with Blob tit to Cam state the Republican convention at Han is Burg on wednesday wag and almost unanimously in favor of sen Ator Quay for and he will f to 6t Lonis backed no by the Grea state of the platform adopted Bas the True a lican ring it and after heartily declaring for its favorite Eon for president makes the Tariff and reciprocity of first i this As we have heretofore said will be j the great Issue in the coming Campaign i and All other questions will be j of a secondary the people Ile april Brave some weeks ago sergeant of Battery and even Tobara suddenly disappeared from that def and it was then understood 1 hat in probity Laws and the Republican part stands pledged u again restore them a j its first i the next legislature will have an in work on for it a was their it tint they were in sympathy with the but whether they succeeded a Landing without being captured not known until several Days sergeant Cox has written Home to his Parente and informed them that they handed safely and Are now with a Wing of the cuban they endured great Izard Filipe until they arrived Thure and the eight alone unloaded eleven tons of ammunition and one not Chries Mountain they travelled a Long distance until they found after their Mission became known and the cubans Learned of the heroic struggles they had made to reach them they Iii irly worship Ped the Brave Cox was appointed a with a servant and two and lie says they have treated us like he de clares that the spaniards Are great cow Ards and if they Are attacked by tie cubans they flee to tiie while most of the reports they sent out Are this by the eight men is regarded As the greatest Ever considering the obstacles and the Large amount of Ammu Niou and guns obliged to they certainly Are a credit to the grand old Keystone state and undoubtedly will Nike a Good record in the for Cubas i depend no wonder they Are idolized by the did Good with his by the death of Huron Maurice de on the Ilert at of the a great financier and Early in life he manifested a disposition for Fina Ciering and he soon Beaune very successful and amassed a for then he began to plan the amelioration of Mankind aul particularly for poor hebrew people in All parts of the he wa3 a great Patron of Public and furnished Money for Bach purposes in and Asia and offered ten million Dol Lars to the russian fur pub Lic providing that no distinction should be Umade s to race or but his offer was Baron Hirsch gave liberally toward founding colonies in this country for Kussian and romanian about six years he gave at various times until in is estimated that his amount to two and a half million much of which is invested in farm lands and the balance in Bonds and the interest of which is to be devoted to educational although for some reason this generous hearted Man was despised in borne his benefactions have been blessings to Many Neil they continue Long after Ami his n will continue Long aft thue who fitted to recognize him Are petted to Frame Laws upon lines Lai Down in the which will Here after prevent the use of Money in politics for corrupt purposes either at the Pri Muryor general this is a question to which the party has pledged itself in this state and the people look for its the Money Powe in politics must be tobacco growing we set it stated that raising tobacco in this Section of the country is no Longe profitable and that the acreage of Tobac co this year will be much less than it been in Manv a few years tin Farmers of Lancaster county devoted fully fifteen thousand acres to tobacco but this season less than ten thousand acres will be the splendid farms near Marietta belonging to the estate of the late colonel James am remaining Over six Hundred Havi been noted for the past Twentyfive years for their great yields of among the largest in this this year not a tobacco Plant will be the profits from tobacco farming being too Small to Offret the risk of a failure of the i n this county for Many years Large quantities of tobacco were especially in the Southeastern but the Low prices and failure of crops have Casutt Many Farmers to devote their attention to other branches of the Reading councilmen also Are Cou tide ring the advisability of adopting the 1ingreenlan and have asked for a num her of vacant City lots which they Wil let out to persons out of employment who will be willing to cultivate the Lane and Plant potatoes or other it in believed that enough untitled Lane can be secured to give the plan a fair if enough persons will apply for and councils will furnish Money needed to the seeds am vegetables for planting Anil implements Lor cultivating i the plan wherever adopted has Given Good the popular while in this country visited the White House and has since Given descriptions of his the president he describes As follows a Large Man of medium half German in a with a vast round head strongly but not greatly a Strong growing heavy As it descends to the a grave a look neither very keen nor very this the new York says is Good As far As it strangely silent As to the vast est and roundest part of the presidents the convention thursday at Harrisburg was almost a unit in favor of senator Quay and evidences the Strong Hohl the old Man has in the resolutions commend senator Quay for the presidency in vigorous language and from constantinople bring the information that the armenians Are fear fill of attacks upon them by the turks and a massacre is expected at the armenians have survived the Rigours of Winter he reason of the Anil they received from the ked Cross society and now when Milder weather comes they will be in constant fear of renewed As saults from their old surely their lot is a hard but apparently they must Bear it As not any of the european nations seem to interest them he will have United support of the delegation from this at a noticeable fear ire of the platform is the Plank recommending the passage of four Bills by the of which we pave outline in these columns on wednes by Means of which the corrupt use of Money will be eliminated from the politics of our this is a result of the Reform movement inaugurated by senator Quay a year Congo Kussian Amos gumming in a recent Magazine article accuses the popu Liate of eating with their this habit like the other of going without socks May be a matter of taste with those but the rules of polite society strictly prohibit either and the pops should know they seem to be to much engrossed the Silver idea Itiat they have no time left for learning some of the necessary forms of polite con duct selves in their behalf any More than they did in former 1imnk Leach made a Gallant Hialit for the state chairmanship and when it appeared that he would be victorious senator agreed to continue in the office and thus shut off the evidently it was done in the interest of Harmony and Good feeling hut Leach should have been per mixed to enjoy thu fruits he had earnet after such hard his friends Wil place this to his credit for some future Philadelphia evening Star ats tie Moet important step toward civil service Reform and elimination from politics of the use of was taken a Day or two since under the direction of senator Quay and the present leaders of the of publican atthe late meeting of the Republican state committee a Resolution was passed in favor of civil service Reform and a subcommittee Wae appointed to formulate such legislation As will be necessary to carry out the Pledgee of the party along lines Laid Down by senator Quay in the great re form platform which he prepared for the state convention a year Many per sons then smiled and winked and seemed to regard the step taken by senator Quay As a sort of political originated Only for the time and for some selfish Pur that he Wae intensely in Earnest is manifested by the work this subcommittee mpg for it has completed its report and it will be presented at the forthcoming state we give Here a few of the most salient features of that so that the Reader May judge for himself they Are As follows the first Section of the report embodies an act to regulate and Reform the civil it province for a commission to graduate the subject to the approval of the to make there shall be open Competition and practical examinations for testing the fitness of appointments shall be made from those graded highest in such promotion will be determined on the basis of Merit and those having served in the army and Navy receiving All personal solicitations or recommend except As to Are forbid persons in office shall be continued As Long As nor shall there be removals for religious or political political assessments Are stringently for another act deals specially with the despicable abuse of Money in it is made unlawful for any head or chief of or any other officer in any to employ or suggest to a policeman or fireman to use his in fluence either in the primary or regular assessments Are the payment of assessments of Money for political purposes shall Lead to forfeit ure of and ineligibility for reap the payment of the state or county axes of any elector by any other person than the taxable elector against whom such taxes Are becomes a mis this will put an end to the wholesale Purchase of tax receipts by political leaders before an there Are other Good features of the report but these Are the most important my if carried out will purify the politics of this state to a great and every True Republican should lend himself to work of having such legislation As is Here outlined enacted and afterwards strictly and vigorously no Man in the state or nation better mows the corrupting and demoralizing a fluence Money has been in our system politics than senator Quay and he has evidently determined to do All in his Power to eliminate it and put the politics of this state upon a higher and letter he deserves the thanks id support of the people of All parties or the courageous step he has taken and even elector should Aid in meeting members of the legislature who Rill talk and vote for the enactment of Uch a Law As Bas been designated by the Bove suggestion to the new members of select and com Mon Council should follow the example f councilmen Cilley and Buck and visit a Supply dams before they act and vote n the water when they visit in Supply they should take with them ome one who is Well acquainted with he so that they May be Able to take a careful examination of All the a Mere visit to the dams ill not be of much Benefit to but under the guidance of superintendent Berk or some other qualified person Ley will carefully inspect the streams id Springs and the new Wells which president Beckley and superin Berk Mai Tzee Zee Peb said to be incompetent and care Mnew keeper will have charge after May heard and Otner Bolness a stated meeting of the Board of water and lighting commissioners was held thursday Beckley presided with both commissioners and superintendent Berk complaints were heard from Abraham of North ninth and Louis of the Lebanon Industrial As to being overcharged for a complaint was also received from Emma of the Railroad Secretary Kerr reported that fee had As yet not received the Bond of indemnity to be furnished nor the agreement in the matter of Lenichek the fire companies will each be n fied to discontinue at once the use of City water for Street sprinkling citizens complain that the water has be come the Board decided to push the passage of the Bill now pending in councils appropriating for an air compressor Plant at South Mountain they will ask councils to bold a special Lenichek addition will be furnished City water As soon As the agreement transferring the water Mains is drawn the clerk said he had received Blank registry books and it was decided that he and superintended Sherk begin taking the water registers at they were also instructed to prepare the annual re port to it was decreed that contractors and individuals erecting buildings must pro cure permits for digging the reorganization of the Board effected by reflecting president superintendent and Jacob keeper at the Supply the election of Maintzer As keeper provoked a Lively argument his election was urged by a number of citizens in a petition and by commissioners Light and Beckley defended keeper who was charged As in careless Aud unable to oper ate the proposed air plaint Zer was elected by the votes of Light and Weitzel and will be instructed As to Hie duties next thursday he assume Hie new duties on May a the rifles armory presented a Beautiful scene thursday pretty dance was Given in Lebanon rifles ninth and Scull thursday by several Yount gentlemen from this in Honor of miss Emma daughter of superintendent of the Bolt and nut and a number of Young ladies from this miss Brill has been visiting her father at the United states hotel for Sev eral and will shortly leave for her Home at new about 15 couple enjoyed a neatly arranged program of 22 Ami the armory has not presented such a Beautiful scene for a Long the ladies included some of Lebanon and the popular Young Inen in attendance were attired in evening arid these together with the Beauty and Fra Grance of the and entrancing music formed a pretty it was in the wee som hours of the morning when the program was music was furnished by the grand Central which played Charm ing during intermission an elaborate luncheon was this was the last of a series of dances which were started in the Early part of and the occasion is one Long to be remembered by those who participate in such by be state it of the business transacted by the Republican state at which was not contained in our account on thursday evenings a was the adoption of the platform and receiving the names of electors throughout the which Are Given herewith Prudential the Roll of the 28 congressional districts was and Tho following were announced As presidential electors John Philadel phia Allen Philadel phia Frank Phila Delphia Leonas l Myers Philadelphia William Philadelphia Joseph Linwood William Norristown John Bethle Henry Bead ing John Windam Everett Scranton Hazleton thir Harrison Mahanoy City Lebanon if Henry Tunkhannock Williar sport Frederick Ber Wick Brown Lew Isburg York George Johnstown no conference Twenty Sec William Pittsburg Emanuel Alle Ghany Josiah Elizabeth Edward Butler Isidor Erie William Warren Joseph a the chairmanships of three committees were announced a follows congressman Bing Philadelphia state senator William Andrews of Crawford county Cru Anent state senator Boise the Tho following is the platform for Fidelity to the principles of Republican ism Pencil Varia holds Tho first rank among All the tear offer year it has returned great majorities for the candidates of that with to selfish demands for recognition of any of its own citizens As a National Candi the time has conic when the state which has Long and faithfully led Tho Republican column May justly and properly submit its own for the Republican nomination for the in the presentation of the Matthew Stanley the republicans not alone of but of the entire will recognize Emu of their Foremost in Council and Brilliant and Able in at oct the Type of the american Soldier and first of All National issues stands and among its advocates have been the republicans of we believe in Protection As a right to All american Indus Bat As a special favor to it should be neither sectional nor hypocritical and should As nearly As possible equal and we Are not pledged to any sched but we demand a restoration of the pol icy of and to pledge it As soon As the fit publican party shall be fully restored to Power Iii the executive and congressional departments of the and it shall officers of the National guard inspect the in a special teat attempted Lizzie Lebo try to and her ule in a cell in the police Lizzie a disreputable Well known in police who re sides at Long came near ending her life in the police station thursday the Clearfield county democrats held their convention the other Day and elected but forgot until it was too late to instruct the nomination of a president this year by that party does not create much enthusiasm and they seem to have settled Down to the conclusion with the rest of Mankind that the election of a president is an impose tin Only genuine democratic Boom launched up to this time is that of sex governor William after the Pennsylvania convention there will be one a governor Robert Patti but neither seems to be very anxious for the for the first time in the history of the state committee chairman Quay submitted report of All moneys received and and the statement show that not a Dollar was for any except lawful Ink told a prominent citizen of who had been a member of thenry that found Holmes guilty of met a terrible death the other to ruins by Comini in Contact with a live wire on the roof of Bis the cubans declare that they will not agree to any terms with Spain except their absolute they Are not to be blamed for refusing any other As they have been deceived so often heretofore by glittering the elections held in Louisiana last week show that even there the demo cratic party is sadly demoralized and that chances for electing a ticket in the future will be very new York legislature has passed a Law which provides that the railroads shall treat bicycles like other the prospects now Are that Congress will adjourn at an Early Day in spite of the opposition of senator Lei Congress attend to the discharge of the necessary duties and then there is Little tense in staying in session simply to keep up the excitement and unreal which Are occasioned Businesslike sessions of Contr rese always Are the most beneficial to the the sugar planters of having become convinced of the Folly of Over throwing the for the party of Protection to american industries More than a year ago and at the recent elections their influence was Felt the re sult wag greatly reduced democratic majorities and before Long it is expected Louisiana will be swung Over into the Republican m Tut Long since promised letter refusing to be a candidate for the third term has not yet been made Public by president possibly it has not been written and the president May still be trying to feel the pulse of democracy on the he will find out after awhile what the feeling is if he does not Foik women delegates have been elected to the methodist general they will of course seek admission and that body will have to dispose of the question whether it will recognize women one of the women delegates comes All the Way from Foo in Crikis Maghe in attempting to vent his personal spite against senator Quay be fore the state convention at Harrisburg must have Felt very lonely with the Small following he his opposition scarcely caused a Ripple and soon was lost in the great wave of enthusiasm for the old a wring Jack Robinson evidently lost his head at the Harrisburg convention else he would not have sworn such an ugly swore and in the manner he is it possible that he was nettled because he was not elected one of the Delegines charge it looks very orach that Way j ave been they will be better Able o take intelligent How will icy know How to vote unless they Are familiar with the place and its resources and surroundings they May read up on the but they will find that a wearisome As the reports of surveys and opinions of former councilmen and water boards Are volum Inous and a number of them have been so we Cilley had seen the water Supply before but he went again to make further investigations and Buck wisely accompanied a walk Estarke lawyer claims to have discovered that their present jury com missioners failed to take the oath of of fice As required by and it is said if he can prove his charge the entire panels of March and april grand juries and common pleas and Quarter sessions panels of juries will be illegal and All prisoners convicted by them will have to be Frank the Moun Tain Cut off would be acquit because he was tried by an irregular Iury and the Law says a Man cannot be tried twice for his the charge created a great sensation in court when t was senator Tillman visited his populist friends in Kansas several Days ago and at Wichita made one of his character is in he sailed into the Antl Silve rites right and left and his hearers were greatly tickled by his he said that the republicans who voted for for a change jumped from the vying pan into the and that it was he hottest fire that they Ever he said Cleveland was a tin god and an animal with a Cloven and said that Carlisle was so deep in infamy that he lid not want to speak about Tife Galveston philosophically ivs wife has no business sewing for he Heathen when her husband wears a heavy Long tailed coat in summer to avoid however when such is the Case the husband May be to lame More than the woman for the very act of such embarrassment is proof hat be is Only an idler and the Harrisburg Call this morning says is a cold Day when Dauphin county republicans get left they will Lave a delegates Large at the Logia Uncle Sam he Thenny Evi Dently knew a thing or two when he winked his Eye and moved to make the Deal old Pennsylvania depot at Dpi Iii recently a Fol not be the he was arrested by officer Conner at Fessler North Emir huh charged with having created a Dis and at times having attempted to Board several policemen who were in the station House after she had been confined were startled by a Peculiar noise and upon making an investigation found the woman hanging to the Iron she had torn a White handkerchief into three parts and after Knotting them together tied it around her officer arms Cut her lose and saved her mayor Weimer appearing liter her to 30 Days in the county in default of restored equitably to the Farmer and the to the manufacturer and we demand the restoration of that Wiso pol icy of Sci probity which was framed by James Blaich and adopted by the Wise and Beneficent administration of president Harrison to the Preat Benefit of Tho Commerce of the coun try and would be abandoned by thy present approve the policy of National Protection to our and the inter ests by duties in favor of Amer ican in order that the american Flag May be n Stond Upun the the Republican party his always maintained the nation ii Honor and it enforced i sumption of specie it kept Faith As to Ivury debt created fur preservation of tint Union and has paid the greater part of it in with the spirit and the of Lii Laws under which it had been con Tarti it largely reduced the interest Sharpe upon this balance of the debt by refunding at r it substituted for the and inadequately secured of Banks a uniform National currency of stable value and of equal purchasing and debt paying faithful to its believing that the people entitled to the use of the Best Money and anxious to and preserve the Himi trial and commercial Prosperity of the the Republican party favors inter National and until that can be established upon a secure basis opposes the Coin of except upon government and demands the maintenance of Tho existing Reid of there Shoum be 110 statute of limitation a recognition by the govern ment of the services and sacrifices of the Diers sailors who preserved the we denounce the ans int administration of the pension Bureau fur its betrayal of the interests of those hero Sand its attempt to nullify exist i Iii we Blitva in the such restrict Ive legislation As will admit to our whores Only those mimic hints who have the capacity and desire to become Guod american con g rat Iila to the administration of governor Hastings upon its Wise discrimination in keeping Espnes within their proper Ami yet remembering that it reflects the inter and View iof a great and progressive it if justly entitled to the continued conf Dame of the of Sta Flam the declarations Nuzle in the platform of Isio looking to needed reforms a Munir Nial government and to the purification of elections and the exercise of the undoubtedly they were favourably impressed with the place it so Perior advantages for a Camp a thorough inspection was Friday officers of the National guard paid a visit of inspection to it i Tenn and we doubt not after they have seen the Many excellent natural and artificial advantages the place presents for a Camp ground they will have Little trouble in deciding in fever of it admittedly the Best in every Way for that purpose to be found in our the Only objection some of the soldiers might offer is that the Camp is too far removed from a and that they cannot easily get away from the Camp and its duties to spend their time in drinking and Carous but this should be a very Strong Point in favor of As it will give officers less trouble in keeping the soldiers in Camp and at their posts of the object for which the Encampment is we Trust that before Many Days have expired we will hear that it Gretna has been agreed upon As the site for the Divi Sion Encampment this at Friday morning a special in charge of Engineer Levi Hartz and conductor Howard left the depot in this City Over the Road with the following officers of the National guard and other gentlemen on Board major general Snowden Brig Adier generals John John Schall and Stewart colonel Morrell lieu tenant colonels r Cullinan and Austin Curtin majors Barton Moyer and theret Captain James lieutenants Richardson and Alexis Dawson John Allen Hoffer and h after a thorough inspection had been made of Gretna and its surround Ings and the proposed changes were explained to some of the party left for Philadelphia Over the Pennsylvania while the remainder returned to this where they were hour decided by she stood alb the end of a Short Maple this Little Shaker her Lithe form silhouetted against the glowing Western on the Steps of the office building elective earnestly commend to chemical company the Lebanon rifles will glee an exhibition Drill the fair of the Lebanon chemical engine company was enlivened thursday evening by the presence of the North Lebanon which discoursed various selections and dance music during the the patronage was fair and the attendance miss Minnie Dohler won the egg a cake walk was also Chorch birthday Centenary methodist episcopal eighth and Willow presented a scene of great thursday even the occasion being a grand birthday the guests were served with ice Cream and cake and enjoyed a literary and musical entertainment As Lee gave a number of recitations in his characteristic style and the Arion accompanied by miss Harriet of Sang beautifully at different periods of the of and the evening Wae spent in a highly enjoyable consideration of the nest Loris Laurii Thi Tal Reform promulgated by tie puh Linin state and request Lio of in jul to rive them Fauvor lie Conoy duration Anil Tho following was presented in the event of the meet of Tia Pennsylvania candidate for pres Dodt endorsed this mat the Ai emoral Day Parade to Start at 2 in the at the weekly meeting of Post thursday it was decided that the memorial Day Parade Start at 2 Oclock in the the women Relief a ladies auxiliary of the have decided to Seive luncheon after the return of the grand army men from the ceremonies at it Lebanon another new member was mustered in at this meeting and an additional new member has been added to the citizens there Are a few things which still need attention and these will be finally decided care of the the care of the especially when a Midsummer heat descends upon a Community in is one of the most essential remarked a Well known physician to a heavy boots Are out of the and thins led shoes do not seem to afford sufficient Protection to the inflamed nothing but constant care will save one from the tender mercies of the the feet should be bathed at night in water As hot As can be done this will reduce the swelling and allay the then they should be immediately plunged into cold water to Harden the if they Are still sore they should be rubbed with Witch in the of they should receive another cold water these cures and preventatives swollen feet Are particularly valuable for the woman who stand much during the execution Xot against an the execution for the Sale of property now advertised against it refers to the Trinity Church this and is in Nowise a claim against Josiah Gettel when the upon which the execution has been Eiven the trustees of Trinity Church were Josiah Abraham John Felix Light and Daniel the present trus tees Are Josiah John Hun Meyerand Charles thew after All honorable Means have been exhausted to promote his the delegates at Large from this state Are thereby instructed to vote for and support Tho candidacy of that Napoleon or we line Mckin Ley of Tho Only speech on this Resolution was made by senator who contended that the convention should not weaken its of Quay by naming any be Ond on a Viva voc vote Thero wore Only two or three and the Resolution accordingly ran away Friday morning the pavement at eighth letters the following letters were granted to Day by acting Deputy Register for tie letters of administration on the estate of Hon fins to Elizabeth Honafius letters testamentary on the estate of Catharine Glick to Philip tumor Sucoff Tafoy Gloninger and Ging thursday at the Hospi removed a Enmor of 16 growth from under the left Armor Jacob of 405 South ninth the opera Tion was a Success and it was witnessed by the entire Hospital medical Christian Endeavor the Christian Endeavor ers of so Marks before a Church held a sociable thursday evening at the Home of miss Cora 357 North eleventh the event was one very much enjoyed and proved a big tinted the directors of the poor Kreider and treasurer Peter Haner and solicitor visited the insane Asylum at Harrisburg Thor slav and looked after the interests of the per sons confined there from Lebanon fractious at the age of the 15yearold horse of Simon Spang a North Lebanon township and dashed on and Church streets before it could be break ing the the horse ran away on North twelfth Street thursday morning but no damage was done at that attended the Fred one of headings prominent and Well known society Young and who is employed in the general office of the that who was in attendance at the dance thursday returned again one or two gentlemen from Harrisburg also were present slight of wreck at a Small freight wreck occurred on the Lebanon Valley Railroad at Annville thursday evening and the track was torn of for some the head ing wreckers went thither and soon cleared the Road of the East and West bound passenger trains were not Lund Billle the Landisville Cam meeting association held a meeting on the Camp grounds thursday Ond fixed a time for the hold ing of this Summers there was a Good attendance of Mem it will commence on july which is somewhat earlier than and continue for two the usual con mittens on boarding Wor were drilling a Camp sons of Are at pres ent engaged two evenings each week in the North ninth Street mar Ket preparatory to their turnout on decoration and Are getting in readiness for the state which will be held the first week in at which time they go fully equipped with sister the sat with her her White combed straight and smooth Back from the showed in a Beautiful Silver line in front of tie close fitting lighting her face like the Dainty Frame to some quaint her thoughts were More Busy with the Little maid than with her the vibrant notes of Elizabeths fresh Young As she had heard it in the meeting House Only an hour still Lin gered in her the stocking Row after Row gliding from under the Swift when the with its neat was Hannah let her work fall to her Lap and sat for a moment looking anxiously at the Young Elizabet h May have Felt the for she turned toward the and the tuck ing her Ball of yarn under her went slowly Down to meet knitting As she Art thou still child she As they walked up and Down the Mora than i can Tell Eliza Beth they crossed the Brood macadamia de Over into the Meadow and Down to Tho Little Cool they paused to Listel to a Bobolink singing As he swayed up and Down on the top of a tall dry in the Noblr listen to Sweet called the Shaker Maiden As the Rich rotes died and placing her hands 011 her with Chest expanded and head thrown she mimicked sir Bobolink rollicking never be in the sedately methodical Village of had such sounds been Ilung on the decorous As her song ended she Drew a Long sob Bing breath of when in the religious meetings the spirit moved Elizabeth to none took up the but listened breath less to the Sweet new Melody Iii the familiar sister she 1 twist go i cannot stay Dost than not see that think of the great Beautiful think of the music and All the wonderful things i am that soulless Bird is More to be envied than for he has what am i saying i will never learn thy self do not reprove she As she threw one Arm around sister hannahs neck and with her hand caressed the troubled face of the forgive dear she plead but let me and the sweetly modulated voice helped to impetuous thou Hast been my Especial care since thou Wert brought to the a wee in All things i have chosen for thee what seemed for thy Best she then saying i will speak with elder Charles concerning thy she turned toward the House where he was standing on the Wilt thou leave us awhile Han nah and try to remember that in All things we seek thy truest happiness Elizabeth walked on dejectedly while elder Charles and sister Hannah went into the the elder took one of the Plain wooden chairs by the but Bense to sit by the Ocee Curta less she must never leave he de she was sent to us that she might grow up into pure inno cent for nearly Hannah she has been with through Precept and example her mind has be come imbued with the truest she has grown up in the household of and from her childhood has had before her mind the divine example of Mother we have done what we she is legally her own unless she choose to stay with us we cannot compel sister Hannah rarely spoke so Long or so and elder Charles Lis two chief of police sane on Friday arrested two on Willow d bunding and loan Jaa made a one of the Best Trout catches made in this Section this season was that of Cas per Shaak and Michael they left Here at and returned about 5 with a catch of they were in the Southern end of the will give a at a business meeting of the orpheus when the various accounts were the club decided to give a banquet in their rooms on the third floor of the Ross building in Honor of All those who assisted them in the rendition of their late an or Chestra will be engaged for the made a Nice Hartman and Luther who spent thursday in the Southern part of the county Trout returned with seven or eight of the speckled tribe that measured from to 8 he stated that Many of the streams show signs that parties have fished with accepted a Penrose of 316 North seventh has accepted a clerkship in the store of Clothier Light Thomas is an experienced my Farnon and no doubt will fill the position with Abil feet non thursday evening Law the retain of the politicians from after the adjournment of the convention there was Little or nothing to keep them there and the majority returned Home Early in the or Tolar an Artesian Lewi of 365 Horth tenth is drilling a 100 Bot Well at the began open Rotell Friday afternoon of new Well known in this delivered a free Public lecture in the Chapel of Muhlenberg Al on the Young Man Rotell Many years ago was pastor of Salem lutheran Church this at hymns George Hinterleiter and miss Eva rank were married thursday evening at by inspected the James inspector for the guar Antee liability and indemnity of was in this City today and inspected the Large elevator in the Nutting he found everything satisfactory and working took the scholars miss Alice teacher of a primary school in the Lindley Murray North tenth on thursday even ing accompanied her scholars to near the where a number of wild Flowers were new of state hell Man of and Harry of Are the new members of the Republican state committee from this Kerr candidate for Henry Deputy state per intendant of Public Baa registered with chairman Fertig an a Cau dilate for Congress from this Monroe of and a tend in he rested his elbows on the table and his head in his she is the Sunshine of my the perfume of Spring in the autumn of my his voice was firm and and Hannah noticed the absence of its usual ring of unyielding de her started for As if to interrupt then nervously settled again into her what right Hod who had Long ago for sworn All earthly to be jealous of the Beautiful Singer who had brought Elizabeth to and who alone had the right to give a mothers Jove to the Turbo gently demure Young Shak Eress a faint conscious Blush tinged her face As she realized that the years of watch care which she had Given the child left in her charge had created in her heart a love which the manifesto taught to be earthly and unworthy d devout she tried to put away the feeling and listen calmly to what the elder might Charles noted her Hast thou heard anything further concerning her mothers history be Hannah Shook her thou wouldst not choose to Send her to her mothers people she she must leave he i would rather she went to daughter she is a Good according As the truth has been revealed unto and i still Hope she May be brought into the household of should she be made acquainted with her mothers history As thou though it seems to me elder Charles thou Art right we will not Cloud her lire with the Shadow of he went to the sent a sister in search of the Little maid and then re turned to his sister Elizabeth came with eyes Down expecting the rebuke which she Felt she and thou wouldst leave us elder when she stood be fore the girl glanced up and saw in his face the permission she then thou Art not she and thou Wilt let me go thou Wilt never regret How she longed to thank to Caress them in the excess of her de but the Long years of discipline and self repression had Given her words with which to express now May i leave thee for a time she her eyes full of Happy they watched her silently As she went Down the smooth White gravel i am going she said to the rugged Hills that kept Wiit Cli Over the peaceful Shaker the caressing quiet of the summer evening surrounded and enveloped she returned to her exhausted but to dream and dream again of the new world into which she was waking or her dream continued through the details of preparation to the hour of the elders of the Community offered her a embarrassment of riches and Friendly advice and timely the juniors regarded her with half deprecating while some of the More devout ones took leave of her with tears and thinking in their hearts that it was a final everyone was so kind that she sometimes wondered if she could find other friends so or if after All the new life would be so Charles and Hannah had chosen wisely when they selected their Daugh ters Home for Elizabeth while she was away from they had no doubt she would they knew that the Maiden Over whom their hearts yearned with such exalted love had not yet reached that state of consecration that her individual interests were merged in the divine her purposes in the divine purposes and her individual labors merged in the labors of christs King but they believed that since the principles and practices of a worldly life Are so opposed to the polity of tie Shaker her heart would instinctively return to and her spiritual nature would once More Rise to their at Elizabeth would have the Best of masters for the cultivation of her this they deemed Only the3 knew that Here her Peculiar religious views would be and her Sublime gift improved to a refine ment of for the for her ultimate return to them and her entire consecration of As Well As of body and of talents and which is quire for full membership in the household of they relied upon their thorough training through the years she had been with and her own steadfast nature underneath the Youthful and so they let her looking for Ward confidently to the time when 3he should in her new Home her love for artistic Beauty was satisfied the Harmoni Ous she looked at the bite of the thick and the Beautiful As she worked still More earnestly How much better this is than the old when at the Beach she wandered along the Cliffs and Sung the to the oceans deep she look ing Forward to the Winter when she should make her debut on the stage this is better than the old hut when the time came and she found herself frightened and bewildered standing before the her courage she longed for the seclusion of peaceful the accompanist understood the Shaker understood his audio Jice and his he gave the piano a Swift and leaning seemed to Whis per encourage the varying Melody breathed upon her overwrought nerves and quieted it soothed and petted Giitl controlled her until she could control her and then furnished the background against which her afresh Young voice was Only the Mofit Klie Felt the enthusiasm of her and forgot All but the rapture of her Triumph was even tlil1 the Beautiful Star of Tihe sent for her and congratulated kissing her on both Madam Elizabeth in her Surprise and pleasure my Kotlier might have done the sop Juio kissed and sent her As she went to her she Luard the Sweet notes of the violin and paused to listen with a Happy feel ing of proud Lital conist to the City with the firm belief that any earthly love in bid the Wien tie door flew open and with a Rush of found herself clasped about by the tic maids arms and a Teory stained face renting on her May i coma Home Elizabeth in treated Home to my peaceful Valley this shall always be Thyi thy room is always waiting thee and our Welcome is always Toio is thy but her anxiety to be once it Elizabeth had her and overcome by fatigue and the heat of the tottered and would Hare fallen had not hannahs Strong Arm been about dont you know me As Lettl the so As they together worked Over the Hannah searched the face for some familiar the Soprano re moved her hat and Are you her Mother Hannah 1 still searching the she my daughter they told me my daughter died in thought it was True until i saw i wouldst not take her away again tacitly a Knowles Ginthe does she know of asked the Only As a then let her think me Only a 1 would even i Joy of her with have her exposed to the temptations of the Vorm if she can by Happy Elizabeth stirred opened1 her eyes reaching took Han nails hand with Mivy i Tell thee All in the i could not sleep unless ii had confessed to thee and knew that1 thou still loved me and forgave Hannah smiled at the familiar im1 but gave her with her eyes fixed on hannahs watch lest there should any Shadow fall Between she commenced Nerpiti fully common in the Home where you placed a wee babe whose tiny hands Drew the curtains that heretofore concealed from me Thel knowledge of such when Mother placed it in my and it nestled its Little head in my when its Sweet breath kissed my Cheek and the clinging finders fastened around my my heart ached with the fullness of its when one who seemed the noblest of his and with Sweet words of music such As i never dreamed told me his love and asked me to be his i thought that some Lay we might have a Home As Happy the one in which i was and gave him my she and in a few words the Soprano Iii Shell her Story for forgive child there a Nothe ing to forgive and if were thou shouldst have our forgiveness be Frei thy penitent heart could the Shl to thy lips for then they her Mother and her the old time her to her room and watched Basdei her until she fell when she she entered1 again into the life of the Shaker Village Whoso Placid Stream is rippled Only by the Robbles crop Rietl from the a pigs of itself a to be condemned and a Ahe Biassed Between i am she said to the As she went thro Gix the inne where u More than questionable in she had not thought either How or when the change had but now she found her heart fluttering Joy ousl3r with memory of the promises she Lead Given such a Short time ago in arc Ponce to violinists ardent woo As the music Rase and she fancied Ilif player Vius giving to his listeners visions of her horns Ami and she blushed a think everyone must read their Happy in the deliriously impassioned when the number was Eliza Beth passed on to her not Dar ing to Trust herself to stay to offer congratulations before those dreadful pifrffling1 chorus she heard one of them then going into the adjoining the Bunch of his which she was pin Ning to her fell unnoticed As she heard his Knock at the her other she she did not she was she would have died rather than hear him repeat to an other those words of love which she could never when she realized that her Bright dreams were at an that one who could be so false could never be any thing to her overwrought nerves gave and for first time in her life she bad when at last she came Back to con the Soprano was wort ing Over her with the kindest take me Elizabeth whispered to Home to sister she was a one of the the Soprano looked up from where she asked Shaker town the girl the sopranos face was White and tense As she gave orders and arranged i will take you Home to the Vik she soon As you Are with that Elizabeth Hod to be Satis during Days that until she was Able to the Soprano rated for her protege with tender so and when she was far enough went with her to her Home the Stalcer the dismal afternoon was settling1 into the More pronounced gloom of sister Hannah was by the peering through the ing darkness at the dreary the boisterous autumn wind had whistled the Clouds together and tossing them to and fro1 across the dropping ashes sleety rain Down to the a closed car Handy grafting the of making one need not sex coed Twentyfive the acini paying engraving toe Side View of a Complete grafting tool or which a not ouly a perfect but also lieu the decided Vantage of Beinor very almost every person having1 to has aleut the place an old Ilat file or 32 inches or Morein that has been thrown aside As Worth by taking the old file to a Black it can be easily forged into a tool shaped like the the main part should be brought to about a half Inch leaving the wide part Asi shown to be drawn to an Edge for a cutting Blade iy3 inches to be used to split the and also pare it if care being taken a forcinc1 Liat sufficient steel is left so As not to at this this cutting Blade should have a mild temper not hard As to leave the steel else the blows Given it with a Mullet in splitting the Stock will be Likely to Crock the now forge the Ridge coining the Street seemed Peifly of concentrated she preserving the size so the wedge be half an Inch and turn it at a right Angle in the same direction with the Edge of the the length ought to be about two inches so the wedge will be to use this the limb is sawed the stump the split made by the cutting which is to be at once withdrawn then drive in the1 wedge so As to admit the and the tool has done its the Cost of such a grafting knit not to exceed 25 and it should last a Louis journal of Large Are the the question of the influence of the size of seeds upon germination and upon the size of the Plant that Springs there from has been recently studied anew a summary of whose conclusions is Given by the gardeners the weight and size of the seed Are of great a Large seed germinates better and More Quick and with it one can count upon hav ing at the same moment from 85 to 90 per of the total while with Small seeds the crop reaches maturity Only in successive periods of so that at no moment in gathering the crop in could we have the same proportion of the where with Small seeds four successive crops Are we have six with larger their evolution occurring with greater the Small coat of during the last year the Delaware Experiment station made some exhaust As to the Cost of Spray in using Rue Bordeaux mixture they sprayed the Trees six reckoned in the Cost of materials Ami Cost of and found it to be two cents per tree per or 12 Centa per tree for the the result that the rot was reduced to on third what it was on the uns prayed they found also that four spraying gave about the same results As and that there was about twice As much rot with two spraying As with four or so we see that four or eight cents per

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