Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania 27 Jan 1896
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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1896, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Pryll Stefl every Unity Light Hows i Milf Dkl to of sorter the of fat Jutt lint or in i from All putt of tin All in to or matter intended Tor cation Kiwi i at a sooth elect i in the mum m the daily a Wiiri and january is the it is a general belief that if the state ment recently telegraphed from Contan the Czar of Kue Eia and the Sultan of Turkey have formed an Offen Sive and defensive is fount to be that it will militate against and the selfish schemes which she has pursued in Egypt for sixty years will while Russia will gain an outlet to which she has coveted for to Many in 1833 he then Czar of Russia and Multan of when the latter was in a desperate Straits As at entered into an agreement which partially made a state of the Tennis of the compact were so exceedingly in favor of Russia that the Western nation vigorously protested and it was again France and Germany Are Friendly to rus while Austria is bound by the triple Alliance and if if erne that Turkey has once More in her extremity agreed to become a Mere Vassal of the latter nation will become the master in and England will not have a sin Gle nation to Render Aid in trying to re Tain her possessions in that it Islic lived that the new treaty will also client daily Settle the armenian ques because the Czar will not turn deaf ear to appeals for help As England has Dotie during these from All accounts great changes Are liable to occur in the near growing out of the a Slaughters and the attempt by aided by great t overthrow the Republic of the a policy of greed and oppression practice y nations individuals is bound to be Tun unsuccessful raid of on Johannesburg provided a theme for in gland new poet Alfred and from the last two the Tenor of the entire poem May be they Are As follows Vitri in Iii mad still j i Altha Judi Uffit Rill lir Good from tin bail move to went erotic we Are it Liaf Rry and Osif of thu Fulcd j i hive Ltd Oliai foray Tymn All tilt such tiie it which poets laureate Are expected to the new York Inu pendent says he was appointed As the Best tory tiie fact is a real Vioet cannot be a and the specimen is confirmatory of that a some Fiat similar but More serious Ami complicating Case than that of Barbara and has occurred in Chicago John noun is Omlei sentence of death for murdering Josejsh on saturday the convicted Man be Brou Glit into court when the Day Olliie execution itto be it is reported that dram wife will appear and that she fire the Bullet which in used con ans will Oram be executed Uhli Ough redid not commit the his wife be lenten cd to when perhaps her mind is unsettled Tjie course Takwi by Barbara Aub and judge goffopcd3 a new held for witnesses that has a Tei Plency to create doubts and per a ilex the announce Nien of tineral Harri son v Lutro Tyml to of has raised a tempest in a Tea pot in it publicly declared that Russell Harrison and no love whatever for the woman who is soon to take the place of their Mother in the affections of their and if possible they will to to break off the this How be for when general har Rison up his mind to do a thing he does the affair has created an amount of unpleasant and this if anything May cause Harrison to Atto close the Mouths of the wifi cbc8ch needs Seff Iua As this is Ibe season of the year when formerly revivals of religion were aether highest pitch of ii ease there Are meager reports of successful revivals in Progress this the Scranton Republican arrives at the conclusion that this method of calling the people to repentance and adding new a Nils to the Church membership is becoming a thing of the and says i whatever May lie the tendency in i this it is certain that the re Vival has seen its greatest Days of use in times past it was a mighty Factor in the promotion of the religious it gave to the Church its the the the mighty men whose Tom Nerings against sin aroused multitudes to action and caused them to inquire what to do to be were revival but that was in an age when men thought lived differently and acted differently from what they do the sentiment that stirred the souls of men fifty years will not move the present generation and it May he that the time Lias come when the religious revival is to be supplanted by other methods of but let that be As it the churches will keep on their influence and Power were never greater than regular session held on thurs Day two Laimi foe rebates Heaed to tire acted upon and other claim Small air compres Rar Kleiner a pump la the Board of water and lighting com Nisei Ontis met in Repala session in their office oni thursday Beck lev presided and commissioner schools and Grant of common and Abra Ham be Hines were ref ask is owner of the North Lebanon hotel and to the pay ment of a water Bill of for six he said the meter at the hotel was defective and it was decided to test its acc loves last Sao Ghim reapers a Liliian tenderly Laid sri result uie Elizabeth w relict of the j the Lale major was Bur bwe who have been recently called to s time for tits tits aged about is led sri Jay beside her died about 11 thursday he family in Lelia non after a lingering of Rejna Byli Lullie ninth the Public in Adu Zitte i in the House i one of the Gloninger and afterwards on to View the remains at an e Ray Istir am j the shares Cassidy later he came in a continual Stream pay their moved to tors City and did he last tribute of j was Well known and of Laie inmates attempt to Burn the Mattawan work of m insane hands on charged his religious be bosom a Inq Netoff Urie Softic f the funeral will be held on monday Vartev and and a Bunch of the morning and will the in charge of us Der was Penceil about her taker her features looked ram and i All traces of Iain having disappeared i when the spirit fled from its tenement of i surrounding and upon the casket were the Floral tributes of which i there Brooks asked that a j were a Arnone a Lien lie info an rebate be allowed him for his Anchor design of White a nations Cumberland he had and Smilax a Wreath of White Julia Auster of and Andrew of pleasant died on thursday even at her of a cold contracted a week been vacant for almost a his re quest was through Sherk it was Learned that the engine at the Lebanon works was overrated by 10 horse Power and a rebate of 20 Wai Beckley stated he bad a conference now and their Progress will not be of the Lebanon even should revival methods water relative to the Purchase be pious Zeal can accomplish wonders and the time will never come when the Mission lilies of the Valley and Smilax Pillow of i Pearl lilies of the White Maiden hair Fern and Smilax and bouquets of lilies of the Valley and Alde Mahig Ieko Tkv William Hansone was arrested at Steelton on thursday by detective Hun Aries of the Church will cease to cultivate the barrens and the i they work along new lines it will simply be because they can achieve better re sults than by following the beaten paths of the it May be and undoubtedly is True that the old fashioned revival meetings As for Merly conducted by some of the evangelistic or Metodi tical churches arc no longer influencing the people As they once and that the ministers of to denominations no longer conduct them with the same Energy and earnestness As of nevertheless it is True that religious revivals or awakenings in the Church Are As needful and As Success Ful today As they Ever wherever and whenever they Are held in the True the Church like All other things has her seasons of her times of there arc when she becomes aroused and quicken when pastors and people Are Elled More with the spirit of Zeal and Earnest Ness and with a to Lead others out the ways of sin into the path of right it will be a Saj Day for the Christian Church if Ever she lapses into such a condition when the Mere Formali ties Are observed and the people and Pas Tor move along in the even Tenor of their t 200 fee tin prune Alley Between Mifflin j self denying life of the her love and Guilford this line of pipe is of Home and dry Stirni to her the add Iii not embodied in the Lenics it was decided not to accept the water company proposition to take up the pipe but Purchase it at 10 cents per it was decided to charge landlord of the Ixia non Valley for motive Power for the past sea Sherk reported the streams in choir of Ziou lutheran Church assisted by a quartet i beautifully asleep in abide with and the Quartetti Sank kindly by Dudley the honorary pallbearers were Joseph Henry Miller and James of this and Cyrus is and Muriny of the undertaker the Vicinity of the Supply As being very interment undertaker Low and the numerous Springs with was in one he said Theca repressor beneath i Lucom clods in Cue City Liftin water from both Wells at the of the repose the of tin hns ice Patio was lifting water from both Wells at rate of to Gallons a the water in the Wells stands if feet be Low the where it remains the 8inch Maceachen Well is about 100 feet in depth and the water stands fact from the which rises and Falls As the compressor at the other Wells is being Kleiser thought it advisable to resting satisfied names appear Jion tin tiie question of obtaining supplies of water by Means of Artesian Wells and pumping the water therefrom with the air lift in which compressed air does the work cheaply and is Here Viii 11 Psi durable attention in Dif Ferent portions of the country and by the of kills of Large it is be coming More evident that the water com missioners and councils Are now moving in the right direction and they should Roseno time in getting the or rather Plant in operation As soon As this we believe will Settle the water question for it in claimed that speaker Reed will have the sup Wrt of All the delegates of the Eastern states in the National Conven and of course he will have Many from the Oiher so far Many of the leaders in Jurty Are Reed with the exception of Thomas who is for governor and who has not yet expressed his prefer All that has been said and written on the subject on both codes of the Atlantic it yet remains a fact that two nations like the United states and croat Arltain should not under any pretext or for any real cause engage in War with each All difficulties Between them should be settled by arbitration and in so doing set an example to All the other nations in the w of Evi Dently is not an enthusiastic believer in the principles of the Monroe doctrine and does not relieve Liat they have a special application at this period of our coun there Are others who in Cline to the same but the majority of the people agree with the course the administration has pursued in the Vene Zuela try a can of Hopkins steamed Hominy hulled it is p14drtm Way All the if Only their Church whatever the form May or y what name it May be cull there always have been times in the history of the Church when she needed to be thoroughly when paints acting under the impulse of the holy spirit were deeply interested in their Al us and sinners trembled because of their and Midi seasons the Church us should us Seickel the heading times laments the fact that their City is no longer silk lie Orth real Good acct Uris As used to the when men like Wendel Henry Ward seedier and a lost of others were secured from time k Ime to deliver lectures before the people of after giving a Long array o Niblic speakers who at various timer1 in he past lectured in that City the times Nakes a Strong plea in favor of securing of to deliver Lis famous lecture on Alm Ham Lin Watterson lately delivered Lis lecture in and the papers of that cily in the highest terms of Traise of the concluding paragraph f an article in truth1 is As follows colonel Watterson study of Abraham deserves to rank As a it s a compact and masterful piece of Elo proceeding from a mind rip and capable and and a heart in full sympathy with the Scranton has no enjoyed such an intellectual and patriotic treat in Many and the committee that secured the lecture for this City is entitled to Ali Hearty thanks of All were at Frothingham last we heartily endorse everything the Reading times says on this for it in True also in our Case that of late years very few really Good lectures have been Given in our Patteron has delivered his lectures Oil Lincoln in Many cities and everywhere it is pronounced As the very Best Ever uttered on that and Tho fact that he is a lecture All the have no doubt Purchase a compressor Able to lift 000 Tallons every 24 so that should the proposed Supply prove insufficient it May be used it was decided to connect the Mac Ica Chen Well with 4inch pipe to the compressor and give the Well Aux of the dead repose the in roof tin Hus band and father Thev sleep that know no wok ing until the shall sound and the dead arise to before the judg ment feat of Kest in thieves in a dwelling Tivo in tar ilm Lima of Mary two Stork ily built thieves gained in trance to the Home of mrs i dentil during thursday night and mole a ii tier of gum and be longing to her they gained Hauslie i Entrance by forcing a rear and a lengthy discussion ensued relative to j left the House by Means of the rear the developments now under Way and it i which they was decided upon adjournment to meet in special session next thursday even democrats the City committee met and effected an the democratic City committee met in the Span building on thursday evening Aud effected a permanent organi were by cloning Alderman of third chairman and southerner makes More that in arrangement could he made with especially if both lob anon and heading would Airree to engage a both cities Are very near to each Joseph a son of the late Ticknor and a successful Engineer in the african has cabled to the new York fun that John an eminent in also an is in jail at and the government refuses to admit him to bail that the position of americans in the Transvaal is Aud that something should be done for As they cannot help Hammond has been a very valuable Engineer in that country who was employed some years ago at a Lary of sixty thousand dollars a which has since been materially in Curtis also is an expert mining he has resided in South Africa about Eglit he is awakened at about 1 Oclock this and Dis covered the men up Iho Back he terrified and did not make an the men closed her bedroom her sons but did not molest Longon Ecott still Sis Fering from the Hinick although a number of wore in the not Ziy of them the thieves left no alleged upon a warrant issued by Alderman on oath of his Caleb of was arrested on by Constable charged with Gilbert furhishe1 9200 bail for March Keels de to pay Andrew Anthony was arrested by con stable on Alderman a killers charging on oath of Irvin keeper of the toll Gate at with refusing to pay toll for a Anthony resides at he Bailor a hearing on saturday 2 Tovee and Constable John Sohn arrested David of on the charge of Tro ver and brought by Monroe who alleges that a pair of mules figure in the Krall furnished bail fora hearing on 10 John wealthy Farmer of Jack son has furnish red bail before Alderman in the sum o fora hearing on Jam Arv Capp is charged with commit Ting an assault and Battery on a Mino William whom he had secure at the county Alishouse to assist him o his the Case was subsequently Muhlenburg the Semi Centennial of Tiliti to he observed at the meeting of the Board of trus tees of College previous t the last Cooper an Sci Metz were appointed a committee to make arrange for the proper Observance aug Celebration of the Semi Centenary if the of the Alle Tow Ilu Hlen 1808 juin nine wit i wide Box a a Well attended and enthusiastic meet Ruches Are in a 1 the of will tire engine novelties of and spanked com Nav was held thursday at fanciful velvets and the Barber shop of Harry twelfth brie and Brown Are the and Brand wine when a number prevailing colors m cloth gowns though of new members were new shades of Violet and president of tiie made a stirring foil and dislocated her Friday morning Between hands miss Annie Huber was walking in the Yard at her 02 South tenth she slipped and fell on her left Arm in such a manner As to dislocate the hand at the Peterman was summoned who attended to her in miss Huber is teacher of the Sec Ond grammar school in the Lindley Muri dressmaker Ray building and this mishap prevented cents a copy Dahlia appear in French the latter shades arc much used in As Many of the recent of hats appear in these combinations of Vio let and is in the latest numbers of the published by a great variety of new these periodicals Are very attractive and Ever increasing in i i la mod de and Paris album j of fashions Cost per years sub tiie French her from appearing in the school room and Vear or 15 cents a ble to procure in per annul or i Mode a if Vou a Una of journals the school was in charge of her miss Sadie from y Oil r news Lealer do not like any i in mail o Mcdowels of 1lth fill Fer a Laige audience ask Lemble in the Palace Pool and billiard on to Lars Ilav to witness the exhibition of linear Given by me placed a name of 200 Points with Harry Harvey Honman and in and Kliner of 4s5 Siam using his Peculiar style of Ying and his opponents using the won easily by a score of 200 to made a Beautiful run of 10 in of his shots were made with remarkable will Stup the Sale of whisky by tic flask while a criminal Case was t at t Honor the occasion proved to be was held in room court this an enjoyable one to All present is the and an elegant supper was a very auditor and Josiah acceptable among those Joe ill and Grant repro present were John miss scented the Fannie miss Harry j Many years was engaged As a Farmer on Fin Eires were Starlet at various places about the men work heroically to Click the in anon of the a patient at Mattawan Hospital for the state set fire to that institution in five different and for a few hours the buildings were threatened fire was at first disco Rietl in the cellar under the which is some distance from the patients Are no sooner was Tho Effort made extinguish the Tanies than it was discovered that the North Wing was also directly under where Over 100 patients were located in Tho smoke was fast filling Tho and the patients were terror especially the the Pyron maniac and Uncle Tho most careful preparations for Tho destruction of tiie As Small piles of shavings were found so distributed As to have enveloped Tho whole North Wing in fanies had a half hours time been lost after the first discovery of the meanwhile several scattering blazes were discovered in various sections of the any and soon the fires were beyond the control of the Hospital oven with their excellent facilities in an Emer gency of that and help was summoned from Fishkill about two Miles the Tompkins Hose companies arrived in a Short and it took Tho combined of Tho Hospital and the others to get the fire past Tho danger the men a dozen or More of whom had every Opportunity to worked and it was due in some instances to their exertions that Tho terror stricken anti units were assisted to a place of the says Tho Fnu patients throughout the building acted in a manner so Cool Aud so courage Ous As to astonish Tho who at first feared a panic among the with All of its terrible lint slight damage Tho building under which Mitchell started the first and near by which lie was captured afterwards in a High state of was not damaged to any great it is a fireproof and had tiie incendiary been sat fled with starting a Blaze in this place the patients in the wards would have known nothing of the but immediately after hav ing performed this piece of work he started off on the rounds of the Northern which to had encircled with inflammable and applied match As he it was having to combat conflagrations that seemed to Spring tip in every direction that caused the Hospital people to much anxiety and Allison estimates the loss at about who since his capture has been thoroughly searched and placed in a has been employed for the past few weeks in Tho culinary department of the Ami was thus afforded an Opportunity to prepare for what he considered his one great duty in Mitchell was committed to Tho Auburn Stato prison 12 years ago from one inti county for burglary in the first about six years ago to started a Firo in Auburn prison and shortly afterwards was declared insane and committed to Tho any he bad a reputation for starting which made him a his mania had developed to such an extent before his imprisonment that he believed his Mission on Earth was to see to it that All men were he was classed As a most danger Ous pyromaniac when admitted to the soon after his How lie Imp cd and for the past five years bus been going out with the working gangs at Tho was Lalib Ianuly the Hospital Sofii Cirals believe that Mitch Ell has been planning the destruction of the Asylum for several months he was caught a Short distance from one of Tho fires which to hid just being at that time in a and was placed under strict after Tho and when it was found that Tho total destruction of the Asylum was attendants were placed on duty in All of the ready to remove Tho a particular attention was paid to Tho female who were greatly cited and who pleaded with tiie keepers to save them from Tho no one was and it is expected that by today All of Tho patients will have overcome their guards Are patrolling the Immings and Tho Oliver Curtis Tho train is confined in this Asylum five other desperate Crimi escaped from Tho isolated Ward of Tho Mattawan Asylum during the Early part of guard Carmody was overpowered and gagged during the night and his keys taken from Tho convicts then Lei surely made their Way through the Corri Dors Over the roofs of the Asylum to All of the prisoners were Perry being taken at several weeks he told a thrilling Story of suffering from hunger and he Ilso declared that he Lead wandered through streets of new York City for several lays and had conversed with several policemen while his description was in the lauds of almost every Pilicer in the Stato ind his whereabouts the speculation of Housa iils of humor their Little Remington Cor right a Ken Tucky what is an How the Corrig Hedison defines Elc cum my Trinity As a mysterious fluid about i of which nothing my and them was hllel1 Little Remington after no coding to it must be a Heap like important to of exasperated Yon red by Central a Lurker Hall or in the College Rox Waco the election of officers Ami directors p the conc Niro ire company was held in the company on Friday after and resulted president Shenk Secretary and a Hess Hof Grant Weid nmn pc Vaitis red left for accompanied by her miss Nettie who have been visiting this their former Home for the past live were Pas sensors on the hound for Point Charles a number of friends and relatives Aee Ompa Nied them to the to bid them a left for Claud son of John candidate for at Jonestown spent several in this City he is on his Way to where he is employed As Foreman in a Large flour Tobias formerly resided at Jonestown and hag a Larae number of acquaintances in that court House he estate of Philip Gru on trial before judge at Flarv Man brim Ulisses Jennie Sams rank it was developed that Many Oscar of misses Annie Lotel keepers of the county sell whisky j Hottie Flurence by the judge Livingston Conj Elmer miss Maine leaned this As a violation of the Law Ned Leoree and declared that if not at once stopped j Nathan ii Tinan and be offenders would be deprived of their licenses next a dec nation was the caused by the As t custom Isa common one in All count Charles consigned to the Tomb departed Laid to West by Joue town rep Allcan at the Republican primary election of Tonc town held on thursday the following ticket was Nomi rated 3 Adam William Kleinfelter school Solomon Allen Justice of the Light 3 judge if elect Tobias on there were 112 votes said to have accumulated a Large Fortune the injury will i Capaci Al get leg badly William of rougher Iii the 12inch Mill at the Pennsylvania and nut had a sinew of his Ricot leg badly burned on wednesday night by a re hot bar of Iron which i and to be the Man Tate him for wort for some Why the Boers will not admit these Geni Tlemcen to bail is but it will i not be Long until Steps will be taken to Tower the erection of a new 84foot Toner in the Stone at the Colebrook fur has been completed and the work i of placing in Poseidon the different an John itt Knoebl Aud j Plances has been the new 501 at find out and to give lieu it has been a question of much c Ture As to who the author is of personal j f00t Tower at the quarries is also nearing recollections of Joan of which 1 have been in Harjer s j monthly for some volume i the funeral of Maria Umberger was held saturday afternoon from her late fit and was largely Mattern officiated at the services in tiie lutheran Church and interment followed in the Church the prominent parts to be taken in the military to be rendered Are the following har vey Harry w Catherine Rise and a num Ber of Charles of Mil lers music will be the Accomma old of a were the guests of 7ia triage Uhrich and Mary Stam both of Isaac Dohner and Cora both of John Bicksler and Christie both of Harry of and Mary of Mill Huff the roof of the 16inch rolling Mill at the Pennsylvania Bolt and nut works was set on fire by a cinder hash on Fri Day the employees fire Bri Gade extinguished the faze with a Stream of water from the fire Hose before much damage was Fane one of the Large panes in the window of North eighth Street con was broken thursday evening by the fall of a Large blown Down by the heavy Independent candidate for Edward of Millcreek town has announced himself As an in dependent candidate on the Republican ticket for heated it Roatz will on february 1 occupy 30 eighth Aud on thurs where they will conduct the bus is a lutheran minis Stefand was a classmate of vis Tinc he friends i Charles Foreman of the German department in the evangelical of the National american i the re biography says Mark Twain i Buu Clemensi is the chief of police of that a 16 hands five years a harness were stolen at that on january and has beet Whix gome one the other Day mistook i notified to be on the a Reward speaker Reed for president Jas he is reported to have said for sea lost valuable Vens never let Cleveland know livery Man Samael Eckert lost a value that for he is so vain of his blk livery Borse by strangulation of the 1 on thursday horse chief Bigler has received word from j printing Many sheriff sheriff Reuben Stine sold the personal property of Rufus in Union town Friday realizing the Maryland senatorial deadlock has Een broken and George Wellington is the successful candidate for the United Seltzer Madea postmortem Examina Tion of the animal Oleara the cause of its years was employ etl in this cry and has inane friends spent saturday and in he has been of the sick list for several Days and was lives Phoebe of Junction unable to do any but a thu give a was Tolj by her doctors the had consumption and that there was no Hope for but two bottles Kings new discovery completely cured her and she guarantee that this Parrot would re peat every word he heard Bird i hut he Doest repeat a single he repeats every word he but he never hears lie is As deaf As a terrible discarded do not because she will not be your revenge upon her heart to wreak by plunging into Mark Well these words revenge is and heres the Way to pay her go wed the girl across the Street and dress her in a Sealskin getting something to kind said the if you Wili add 25 cents to the dime 1 already i will go and Jet a the first i have had in three if you have a Why dont you go and get something that i require that to foe the waiter very naturally poor fellow she sympathy it the matter lie the poor Man was disappointed in she 4iof he it never does come up to Cago what in Dutiful hens you they arc Allim Porto dont Tell me so i suppose they Lay eggs every Day san cup could do so if they saw but our Cir Are such that my hens Ara not required to Lay eggs every Texas a situation in Small engagements in the with no decisive continue to received of Small engagements with the insurgents in All indicating it they no no longer United in a main but Are broken up into Small confident of their ability to any Spanish Forte thut they Are not Strong enough to the Leader Fructuoso Miranda is re or cd to Havo Boon killed at the important town of on Railroad South of the City of Las been attacked by to de ails arc Given of the damage done to prop nor Are claims stated As to the Suo Ess of the but it is said that lire of Tho Volunteer soldiers were killed and ten of the civil guard were insurgents Are said to have lost 17 the official report of an encounter had by general print with the bands of Munoz kits that tiie insurgents were dispersed after having killed four of the troops Nurt rounded the on the ther left three dead and carried Way the rest colonel Aldecoa reports an engagement with the band of Rafael who re treated toward caving four killed and three Shorter wish yer would help me Ole pal died yester Dav easy killed him Shorter tried Ter eat tur key Cranberry the Way Hack of i aint Arter All that trouble Fin Ishing that new dress before them folks and Ell the time i wasted it i forgo the most important thing of was that Way forgot to say excuse my cause i aint dressed for an artists eaten slam there is Only one she said to her Dearest girl that makes me doubt Herberts affection Formel what is that he thinks that some of the snap shot photographs he had taken of me Aro Good Washington evidence of you know what Ilisa Fosdick religion is do you yes Shes a she she Shook to didst collect it the world owes me a a of replied the Sar but i dont seem to get you never were much Good Ai a be was she stuttered that when with his proposal she a said he credit her because she broke her no in respect to Prince henrys the flags Are at Talf Mast on All the government and in Ici Yal boil Donga out of respect to theme by of Prince Henry of a a solution of condolence with the Queen was adopted in the provincial in lev says it saved her is 139 Florida san Franciscor suffered from a dreadful approaching tried without result every the Arion sex Tette and j thing else thee bought one bottle of either and miss Grace Stanfiel Friday afternoon went to where they gave a Concertin the evening under the auspices of the evangelical Nery and Bose Oil cures j Kings new discovery and in two weeks was he is naturally it is Ench of which these Are that prove the wonderful Effi Cacy of this Medicine in coughs and free trial bottles at the executive committee of the Harrisburg Branch of the cot Chirosh society met and changed the ate of the National Congress in this City to june activity at Slif Adelphia mint mint hip Erin pendent Kretz says there is Worth of Gold on band and that double eagles Are being coined at the rate of prize dog the prize How Are you get Ting on with miss Moneybags very Nice Lank she smile upon Lay a sorry Tho world trill come to those who it has been truly but when it sorry Fate its Apt to find them Tao drear Nom of miss people become fully there will be no More foolish Jack suppose there wont be a girl left Worth spooning the tailor old that a pretty etis sum to owe ones Doest it bother you a bit i have troubles enough of my an answer Short and know we quarrel some but just Tell me what your Lite would be Worth without me Bay City Toby i Spindlow says that you dont write any More poetry to whats the old in two of the chairs before the big window of the hotel the Junior and the Sophomore sat Side by each wore a Farsje Chrysanthe decked with in be Hind them bras tilled with restless groups of young1 All wearing1 rib Bon or carrying1 f and All talking hoarsely and the Street in front of the hotel already filled with the dusk of the Early through which the Street lamps seemed spheres of Golden wore much the same look but with the difference that the groups took the form of a procession moving along1 the Ivet across the Way the shirts in Therwin Doof the gents clothing Palace were All of the same color As the the in j trance to the dry goods store further flown was draped with the same even the Aud perhaps with a vie to personal Benefit rather than from any strong1 affection for the wore knots of the the Sophomore looked out at the moving crowd and tapped the floor lightly with his great want it he said the Junior the fact that he had heard the some remark from the same source a Dozon times in the last 15 minutes did not affect his appreciation of it in the wrecked my said the if it were said the jul i might get a Little sleep to this the Sophomore made no an he did not feel himself capable of conversing on any subject except the there were holes in their line that you could drive an ice Wagon he in sudden exult i dont drive an ice said the then he turned and looked at the clock above the its nearly to go and get something to the Sophomore glanced at him out of the Corner of his and an instant Jiter became immersed in a study of the toes of his in going Uptown to he what said the the Sophomore repeated his state ment with obvious the Junior looked at him with Wither ing didst 3ou Tell he accuse that wed take dinner go to the and catch the train Back the Sophomore shifted uneasily in his you he i haunt received this invitation that makes no said the sch made an engagement with Are you going to break it said the Only Only you dont intend to keep said the Whall 1 do now wander about till time youll be All said the unless some one takes you for a hayseed and bunks he the Junior looked up at the electric then he turned o the Sophomore who is she he till do you no Good to said the f dont want to said the was it the one on the coach the Sophomore 1 met her atthe Beach last he i never called on her but she asked me to dinner she has a Cousin in i never his name for fear shed me to 10 it him a Broad smile came Over the face of the but when the Sophomore turned toward him he was Preter Natur ally youre Are you he s said the the Junior looked pensively at his j think ill go with y he the Sophomore i mean said the id ont see Why i said the you could Bay that yen had brought a Friend with said lie it would be All Shem the Sophomore at him close As though searching or evidence of a but the Junior apparently in id look said the Ive no doubt of the you always it would be the mos coldblooded thing on said Fie i hardly know the girl it Uotila make me look i inti the very you flatter said the shed think me an said the whats the use trying to deceive her asked the of course youre said the you do such a Why not said the you could make it All right a Little exp la Little explanation said the Sophomore with great it would take a duo Decimo of explanation to Clear up a thing stick to football said the duo Decimo is the Little you get out of your depth you dont say what you i might Tell her you wore a said the that would the Junior the Sophomore looked at him critic i t believe von would do he said at its a blessed thing that til not take Howll you help yourself asked the Junior with the Sophomore studied the question in you cant turn me Over the pol said the and you cant because if you did youd not be presentable the Sophomore glanced Over his shoulder at the itts time for me to he meet you at the the Junior promptly Rose Ai 1 Fol Lowed at the door the Sopho More turned and looked at him help i youll not he beg come said the there goes a he seized the sophomores Arm and they boarded the car better go its said the the Junior ill stand out Here with he the Sophomore r you dont really he said invade woman Bopa Omore the Junior 1 1 i in said to the when they Posi f for t i 10 i r he Piooli at him half Way Down the Stoppel at the foot of a flight of Steps and turned his eyes doubtfully from door above to the is this the asked the in to it Nerv i always do Vohen t go youll need a f your nerve this said tiie lie went the Junior close behind at the top he turned sharply do you really mean to do so Engen to Manly u he its said the Alt you Hare to do shut up Sigild the he Turnitz ail put his hand on the then Luback Over his the Junior Leam Ogease by against the Broil of the ver i believe you arc fool enough to Fol Low me said i said the perhaps not exactly but Well not fight Over you Emit make me make such an ass of sail the you Ein Lake Tunner Here if you want the Sophomore j believe that you have no More sense than to ill on the Corner to Sec you then ill go Back to the hotel get something to ill go with said the the Sophomore turned Anil stole quietly Down the i Hope no one saw he when he reached the i thought that i saw a Rirl looking out of the second Story said the you go to the said the perhaps 1 said the Jun i it 1 on k o 1 that had you just As lit f walk be Side me when you drop Bonrud that Way it ii its so easy to hit a Man Over the head when not it Hurt growled the Well go Back to the hotel and carry out the original said the the Sophomore did not Echo his in even we ii to found him self opposite the Junior a Little White table in the cafe Aiu orig his friends and in the presence of a clamorous argument about the he did not tint by the time that the oysters came in his face begun to i suppose youll Tell this thing All Over he its a Good tiling that they dont Peel these said the one would new know what they were in it were not for the yellow out it makes me feel pretty said the they Call these two your monstrosities Shif Points on the dont said the what troubles me said the is what the Dickens the girl will think of the Junior lifted an Oyster on his Fork and looked at it dont worry about he ill ii it All rip lit the a nerd his Glass Liaf Way to his month and looked at Bun Over the rim in the Cousin at whose you Nevor ask thei Chicago saved n in an gently in somali he was in shooting re when his a lion sprang Over t rim to t Horn which it is usual to throw up round ones Encampment at instead of picking up one of or Ani Mals that must have lying about asleep inside the lie would have none but the made a dash into and fortunately Only by nor by some wonderful Olas the lion changed trip fsr fhe he grabbed the Aud so vanished with his the p7ilowj was found next several Idun dred Yards a listing in the and outside were tiie of a who had evidently awaiting the return of i r v eat in does allow have i i in Thor i fakes n lie j ins who i4 35 years m Nui in fully Wall Niar Ric i lil Cin Cago pc Coral Why not buy a Beautiful when you can get i tue at 821 at any and at your own terms we also have a Fine line of mandolins at greatly reduced instruction Al ways free with these instr in the i in the Best the rest there Are Many kinds of anaesthetics used by the Best and All the the trouble is Many Are prepared in the same Way to at the Best and who can Teil them apart Odo Tunder is the which will be fully if you have a tooth extracted by Miller French poodle owned by Hollis 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