OCR Interpretation


Hammond advertiser. (Hammond, N.Y.) 1886-19??, October 28, 1886, Image 3

Image and text provided by Northern New York Library Network

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn84035822/1886-10-28/ed-1/seq-3/


Thumbnail for 3
•ijir W » T». nTtunm » rvr ri. An Alarming Situation .of Affairs in Bulgaria. Sow a Enssian Minister Turned Ds- feat Into Victory* Since tiie recent forced abdication o t Prince Alexander, th e ruler o£ Bulgaria, brought about by Russian intrigues, rumors of impending war have been frequent and thick. A dispatch froin Sofia, the Bulgarian metropolis, no w states that the chiefs of the Bobranje have decided t o send t o the Czar a deputation consisting o f Slavikoff, Gueschoff, and Metropolitan Clement They will bo in- stuucted t o complain of the action of General Eaulbnrs a s Russian agent i n Bulgaria, and to ask the Czar t o name a candidate for the Bulgarian throne. A cable dispatch from Edwi n A . Perry t o the Boston Mevald regarding th e Balkan situation takes-tha ground that war i s inevi- table. The correspondent writes: ''The arrogant policy which s o signally failed a t Sofia wa s dictated from St Peters- burg da y by day, aud dictated, not from the Foreign Office, but from th e Imperial Pal- ace. I t is well known that General Kaul- bars's overbearing proceedings were neither planned nor approved b y M. d e Giers, th e Russian Foreign Minister, who . i n th e futile attempt t o bully th e Bulgarian Regency Into postponing th e elec- tions,as in the kidnappiug scrape tw o months ago, sa w the cards played counter t o his ad- vice, and no w i s called i n at th e eleventh hour, after his master has spoiled thegame . I n the matter of the abduction o f Prince Alexander, M. d e Giers, by a miracle of di- plomacy, turned tlio impending defeat into a victory so signal that if it had been properly improvod.Kuisia would have Bulgaria a t her feet instead of openly defiant. \The story, which comes t o me from a n authentic quarter, throws light upon \the mystery o f Prince Alexander's strange ab - dication. When the Prince, after his release from th e kidnappers, emerged o n Austrian sofl a t Lemborg, th e first efforts o f the Russian Foreign Office were di - rected t o prevent hi m from going back to Sofia. M. de Giers exhausted every re - source t o that eud, aud wa s repulsed a t al l poii ts. The Prince proved deaf alike t o threats and persuasion. Austria an d Ger- man y refused to interfere with him. Count Ealnoky declined t o close th e frontier, and Bismarck, when pressed to coun- sel th e Prince against returning, re- plied that h e could not advise a German soldier t o play th e poltroon. So Prince Alexander started, for Bulgaria an d 4P\ £& -SP&Sf^.??-.-* 1 ^ Esjssian .cake was . dougn; but M. d e Giors had still a n arrow i n his quiver, and h e shot s o dexterously that he pierced the bull's-eye-with it ' \He asked Bismarck and Kalnot y t o cau- tion the Prince against executing the .Sofia conspirators. 'Yo u wan t peace,'his argu- meut ran, 'so d o 1 sincerely.' Bu t a t St Petersburg they feel very sore o n this mat- ter, and I have my bauds full t o avert th e occupation of Bulgaria. I f Prince Alexan- der should g o t o work hanging and shooting' the plotters, it will be impossible fo r m e t o restrain the Car.\ \Bismarck and Kalnoky fell into the snare, and admonished the Prince to adopt a merci- ful policy. M. d e Giers felt sure that Prince Alexander would regard such counsel a s proof that Germany aud Austria had come to an understanding with Russia t o pre- vent hi m from remaining a t Sofia, for unless th e ZankolE conspirators were summarily punished, n e would have ho security fo r his throne o r even for his lite. The ruse turned out a s its con- triver had planned. Recognizing that to stand out against Russia with Austria an d Ge m au y o n her side would involve ruin to Bulgaria, Prince Alexander \laid down hi s seeptre. Thus, by a master pie-e of .finesse M. de Giers wo n the first game in spite o f the C/ar's cl jmsy play at the opening. \As the Russian Foreign Minister is really anxious to keep th e peace, his diplomatic adroitness i s a faulor o f great value i n avoidiu'g a collision. In spite o f th e troubled aspect of affairs the chances favor an avoidan:e of conflict this winter. There is very general apprehension that wa r will come i n th e spring. I had a conversation to-day with a war corre- spondent wh o is thoroughly acquainted wit h the Bulgarians, fo r he accompanied their arm y in th e glorious campaign against gervia. He feels sure that Russian occu- pation will no t b e deferred beyond nex t spring. H e believes th e report that Gen. Gourkee will succeed Gen. KaulLars, should the latter fail in his mission, a s no w seems more than probable, an d that th e silent work of the Russian political emissa- ries will be followed b y the thunder of Rus- sian guns. H e declares i t i s impossible for the powers t o silently acquiesce in this move- ment, and stales his professional reputation o n the prediction that war i s inevitable. \Russia has sold n o more wheat on th e English market this autumn. This ma y be owing t o a short crop, but i t is the belief o f a majority of people acquainted with th e facts that th e grain i s held back i n ex - pectation ofwar.\ ^ JUSTIC E STANLEY MATTHEWS delivered the memorial address a t th e final burial o f the remains of Chief Justice Chase; which have just been conveyedfrom Washington t o Columbus, Ohio. ONE of the curious features of the f-rui teu- ton along the Hudson-this fall is that ripe' strawberries were gathered a t thirteen di - ferent points between Marlborough au d CatskiU. THOSE BEAUTIFUL DREAMS OF VOUTH, Where are all those shining dollars tha t w o dreamed of by and by?— Scarce are they a s modest lawyers wh o ha d never told a lie. Where ar e al l those stately mansions wit h their porticos of pride?— Absent still, and non-existent a s \th e little boy that died.\ Where is all our sceptred power that should shake the earth with fear?— Vanished i n Canadian distance, like th e modern bank-cashier. Where are those deep-fronted islands, groves of spice and banks of flowers, Where the turtle-dove and bulbul sang auii.: the citron bowers?— Still they're i n the magic distance, far be yond the setting sun I Waiting their realization when theKeol y Motor's done. Where are all those young ambitions, hopes so vast and undefined?— Gone off with some other fellow, like \the girtweleftbehind. \ - Oh! these fleets of youthful ventures freighted with their hopes sublime, Thick a s Grover Cleveland's vetoes, \wrecked upon the shores of time.\ How 'those young ideals have fallen that 'once fired oivr youthful blood, Like the captured Texan horse-thief, with a \dull and sickening thudl\ Where are all those fond ambitions beating; : 'gainst the gates of doom, Like a wild Montana cowboy shouting for \.more room, more room?\ Where are al l those siren voices, mellow- sweat as raspberry jam?— Silent now, an d non-committal, a s a glum Rhode Island clam. They have vanished i n the distance, all these hopes that once could thrill, Like a debtor when yo u ask hi m \Will yo u pay that little bill?\ They have gone-^those dreams of morning, built of unsubstantial air, Glorious, purple, nymph-like figures with their sunlight-tangled hair; Gone where stalk the apparitions of man y a dead delight, Through th e shadowy dominions ruled by \Chaos an d old Night;\ Wherethe wave s of sluggish Lethe through phantom meadows flow, To Oblivion's misty limbo—where rejected , ._, poems go. r -'''-\- -\••' -^SrW. Foss, fit TiS-Bits. The farmers, in their stnunw, wejw> ran, ' Conld find tho roots an»,,j!!ants-l!!at c GB«S Short, shar p and decisive—A tack . Curiously enough when autumn comes th e result i s autumn leaves. The lion's share o f anything i s usuall y the mane portio n o f it.— Merchant Traveler. Twixt bishop and granger the difference is— As perhaps all the world understands— The bishop is givea-to laying on hands, The granger t o haying on land. — -Yonlters Gazette. The world i s filled with men whose chief occupatio n i s parting thei r hair aud arrangin g thei r neckties.— New Haven, News. It adds nothing t o the self respec t o f John L . Sulliva n tha t he ha s t o get be- hind a one-cen t stam p in order t o lick it . — Fall River Advance. The festive cackle of the hen Sounds ever light and gay Whe n e'er she lays a h egg, 'tis then She carols forth her lay. — Merchant Traveler; St Jacobs Oil i s pronounceda most extraor- dinary cure for rheumatism bv Hon. James Harlan, ex-Vice Chancellor, Louisville, Ey. AN oak that wa s out before Shakespeare's day furnished a bit of timber now i n use a s a bench in a n English farmer's kitchen. Th e timber did duty as a roof beam in a church for 604 years. I t is still as sound as can be. Mr. J. Howard James, manager Stnokert's Livery, 619 N . 6th street, Philadelphia, Pa,, says: After trying all .other remedies without' relief, for aheav y cold o n th e chest, accom- panied by a severe cough, I used Re d Star Cough Cure, and i n a very short time was en- tirely well. IT is\estimatcd that 200,000 pretzels are de- voured in Ne w York City daily, or 780,000,000 a year, costing the saloons and stands over $160,- 000, arid the public twice that sum. A Hard Fate It is indeed, to always remain i n poverty and obscurity; beeriterprisirig, reader, arid avoid this. No matter i n what part you are located, you should write to HiiUett & Co., Portland, Maine; and receive free t ull particulars about work that you.can do and live at home, at a prbfitof atleast 85toSiKiiiud upwards daily. Some have earhed'bvor 850 i n a day. Al l la new. CapitaLnotrequired. You at e started free. Eithersex. Allafees. Better not delay, Hall's Hair Renewer never fails t o check ' falling of the hair. Gives universal satisfaction A s a; remedy for throat and lung tr6ubles,we recommend Ayer_'s Cherry Pectoral. A s on Oils remedy yon can rely. jyoQptuntin Piso's Cure for Consumptldn Cures where other remedies fail. 25c. Distress After Eating Is one of the many dlsa3ree»ble symptoms of dys- pepsia. Ho»'.l»clio, heartburn, sour, stomach, falnfe nesa and capricious appotltoaro also caused by this vory widespread' and growing dlsoaso. Hood's Sar- saparlila tonos the stoma.hj creates an appetlto promotes bealtKy .digestion, relieves the headaclio and cures the most obstinate coses of .dyspepsia. Read th* following: \I lmvo been troubled with dyspopsta. I had but Ultlo appetite, and what i did eat JiatroMf d mo or did uio little good. In nil hour after eating I would experience a raininess or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had-not eaton anything. Hood's Sarsapa- rllla did me an Immense amount of good. It gave mo an appetite, a~d my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced. It re- lloved me of that faint, tired, nil-gone fooling. I havo folt so much better slnoo I took Hood's Sorsa- parilla, that I am happy to, recommend. W—O. A. PAGS, Watorfcown.'SfiHS. N. B.—Be t ure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists. »1; six for»3. .Prepared only by C. t HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Eotreu, Maw. IOO Doses One Dollar COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMCEBY For Liver, Bile, Indigestion, eto. Free from Mer- cury; contains only Pure vegetable Ingredients,, Agent: C. N. CltlTTEN'TON, New York. SUCCESS. ECONOMY IS WEALTH, Al l that you wish, to.use during the year, by subscribing fo r Demorest's Monthly. Containing Stories, Poems, aud other Literary at- tractions, combining Artistic, Scientific, and House- hold matters; Illustrated with Original Steel Engrav- ings, Photogravures, Oil' Pictures, and Sue Wood- -cnta,-mdidngJt;thej-Ho4erHl^zihe''O^Americft. Each number, contains, an-order,,-en'titllng-tue holder to the selection of niiy pattern illustrated in the fashion department in that number, in any of the sizes manufactured, making patternB daring theyear of the value of over threo dollars. We also propose to give considerable attention to the Grand PaonTBrribK Party movement as one of the moBt important and live moral Issues of the day. Send twenty cents for the current hhmber with Pattern Coupon and you will certainly subscribe Two Dollars fora year and get ten times ito value. W. JENNINGS DEMOREST, PrhaiSEBB, . 17 E . 14th St., New York, Sold by all Newsdealers and PoBbnasters. CURBS v^S^feiS A HEDI0A1 VIOfOBT! Onrea Brlghts' Disease, Catarrh of th e Bladder, Torpid liver . I t dissolves Gall-Stonesond Gravel. SBIFfOKSaacL CONDITIONS ofTTrine for which this Remedy ffbonld be taken. Scalding: Stoppage Blood-tinged DinbeHo Albumen Briok-dust Dropsical DribbUng Jlilky-pink »I T IT- - Headache Frequent Cosfivencss r inhttXi Boneache Nervous Redish-dark rjrics-aeid Settlings Catarrhachc Backache Norveache Phosphates Bdd-taste Poul-Breath Gall-colo: „ IX.1 S A SPECIFIC. iEvtry 4o8t grotttoth* «pof. Relieves and Cures internal Slime-fever Canker, Dyspepsia, Anosmia, Malaria, Fever and Aguc.Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Eiilargo- ment of th e Prostate Gland, Sexual Weak- ness, Spermatorrhcea and Gout. It Eliminates Blood Impurities, Scrofula. Erysipelas, Salt-Rheum, Syphilis, Pimples, Blotches, Fever-sores, arid Cancer-taints. It Is at most Wonderful Appetizer. Builds np Quickly a Run-down Constitution. ^~ Tell your neighbors all about it. |PEICE 25C, $liQ0—6 bottles |5.00, ^PTPrepared a t Dr. Kilmer's Dispensary, Binghamton, N . T., F. S. A . InvdUds'Gutde to Health (Sent Free s - Alllettexnof Inquiry piompUy answered. Steam Washer. \enimdWomenofgoodcharactercaJimaieblg moneyathome. BxolusiTe territoryrnaran - teed . Sample Washer sent for one ireeks'triaL Return at our expense if not satisfactory. Will wash 15 Shirts i n 20 minutes, or no sale. Only perfect Washer ever invented. Sells on its owa merits. WiU positively wain. Collars and Cuffs without rubbing. Clothes areplaced in a hollow Ha.wheel which revolves in a square covered boiler; steam penetrates 'the,goods, thoroughly cleansingthem. Witefortestlmonialsandtenns <3. 1, FEKKIS, Putentee , ' *\ 171 Court St., B'ltlyn. N,,T, UNRIVALED ORGANS On tho EASY PAY WENT «y«t em, lrom:$3i»5 per month up. 100 Gtylea, $22 to $!)00. Send for Cat- alogue with full particulars, mailed free. UPRIGHT PIANOS. Constructed on the new method of stringing, on similar terms. Send for descriptive Catalogue. MASON 4 HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. Boston, Hew York, Chicago. SOOK AGENTS WANTED for PLATFORMECHOES . W LIVING TECTHS FOB BEAD AND HEART, By John B. €rmigh. HU lilt »oA erowrifng lift work, trim;foH'of thrflllne Inter- ut, humor and pitboi., Bright, pure; and good. lull of ••lauBhUr and teir:\ iVictU at tight to-mll To It is added the Elfa and Death of M« QQV jh, br'Bor.'LYHAll^AB; BOTT. 1000 AgenU'Wanted,—Men and womtn. $10 » to #SO* a month made. 0j*i)f((ane« ho hindrance a* w» itirt JMrd Ttrmt inATayFrHghU, Write foiclrcnlaii? to A. ». WOUTIUNUTON & CO., Uartfor*, Co.\:-^ ; STANDARD _ AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT TilE WORLD'S EXPOSITION, New Orleann. (FourQold'Medals. A h other'principal makcm iompetinS' »racE Scales, Har.%caloiPl.tfom Bcales.etc ImporUntp.tenlcdljn'ItOVEMENTa. BEST VALUEibr YOUHHOREY. Sir P SlS5\«S?5ddfS BUFFALO 8CALE COMPANY; BUFFA10, H.Y, On and Morphine Habi t cured In 10 to3t> (lass. Hofor to 1000 patients cured In all part'. DR. MAit3H;Qutn'.% Mleh. Kacninerj forT^ellsof nhy Hcpth/rrom.SOto 3.0» f«fc for Water, OU-or-Oas. OurMouuMd 8t«am DrJlliBiriuifJ •BortablB Horse FowerMaehiiioBset to work In wmlnutei.* Gnarantocd to drill faster and with letrpbwer than anr other. Specially ndapt-sd^todrlllinef-WalUIn«arth,6r rock20to 1,000f«L Fftrhie™aadother»aremaJdnsf$8S to $40 per doy i7lth our iDoelun«ry aad tnola.; Bpumdll bu»ln«8 for Wnter or Summer. We.axo the oldwtUne JareaetManufacture™inthobnttnese. :8end4otnt>!iS BtftinpsforillufctTftted Catalogue H. Annnsss; ' • 'V1mffi^ell$^ York . TTiORTEDWAltDCblleftintelnetitntc) fo» -1} ladies and «entlemen. f -Hmndfiomesfi and best •quipped Boarding \Semlnaiy ; l a ;th'e State. ,*Newr buildings, steam heated. Twelve.Teachers. 'College preparatory. Commoroial' and four other graduat* Ing.conrfies bt study. Art, Music,.Oratory; Ssth'year opened Sept. 14. No vocation except Christmas ~n-e*ek. while any vacancies remain Btudente received a t any .time, at proportionate rates to close of current term or year. Chargea very low for quality of ac- commodations. For cataloffuei or further Informa- tion addresB JOS^E. KING, 1). D., Fort Edward.N. Y, STU M A CUREDl l A t German Aathm* Care nerer fail* to glreB immtdtaU relit/in the .worrt CUEI, intarei com-B fbrtabls ilccp; tStttt enrca whera all other* full; .48 trial convince* thi MOit iktptiea!. Price 50 eta. andl tftl.OO. of PnifEtsU .or.by mail. Stunple FKEE fori lump. * D1C K. SOIIIITFMAN, SO l'nal. M!n».| Ptao'B Bemedy for Catarrh is the Beat, E&aleet to Use, and Cheapest. GAIARtH 9 Also zood for Cold In Hie Head, Headache, Hay Fsver, ic. 50 cents. CLAIM S ;! KINDS prosecuted without.fee iinlesu saccenst'ur. TWENTY-TAVO YEARS' EX- PERIENCES g^-COBRESPONDENCE ' SOLICITED.. MILO S. STEVENS & CO. WASHINGTON. D. C. CHIOAGO.ILL. OLEV-LAND. OHIO. DETR01T,,l,nOH. No Rnp« l o Cut On Horses' Manes. OelebMWd 'EC E.TPSE! I I \ LI El l ahd'BR.tD,1jE CorabineilVcannot' be sliopad : by any hoMe. Samplo Halter to any .part of V. S. t red, b~ recelptot*!. SolilbyallSaddlery, Hurdwaro and- Harness Dealers. Special discount to the Trade. Send Tor, Frioe -List. _ . Rochester, N. Y . energetic workers/business in his section. .Salary S7Q« RefercncesiAm. Manufacturing House IS Barclay^f,N.y- Great' English Gout ami i Rheumatic Remedy. 'Oval'Bo x Si.OO.1 fouiul, ai) ctti. B*TENTS I •«*, Patent lawyer, Obtained. Send stamp for laventov'Si Guide. E^Butd- W\aahlhgtdn J>. a , ThaFISHBBiNDflnOKEttii warratited-waUrproo^;and will keep you dry. In th» baidut itorm. Tb» new POMMEL SLICKKBia a perftct.rldiar coat* and eoTeratbaentlraladdie. Beware«rIihlUtlona.^na«imiln8 ; wl«i6utth«*'Fiik Brand\ trado-marlc.. ainiiratcd Catalogua' frea,' A.:J..Towtr > ^citoni-Kaaa,

xml | txt