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Havana journal. (Havana, Chemung Co., N.Y.) 1849-1893, February 02, 1889, Image 1

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Sbe is taieeUur .be8(de’yon, y{m r arms are anumd her, ifolder is pillowed In rest. her fore“ to n Her breato, sweet-sisnmnier, flosts.over yput \i You tighten your cltsp Ss-you murmur, ‘My '■ darl liig, \* -y , -• la m wettryandfSintfortheldssesI seek.’ •' \'-'-I ■ \Sbe tuma horfacO toward you.her large eyea ,uplifted, W - Dliated irnd dark with a passionate fire; And her rich devvy lipsYQ their innocent,fondness Fill up in full measure your cup of desire;’’ ,r' ' —Lou iseRitter. .• H avana J ourna l ith --g la d sigb o f liappiiiess. before hev com­- placent mamma. Her modest young eyee are ,l-aisecl.in g ra te f u l re g re t f o the b ig ones of the y ou n g m an as f o lin g e rin g ly lets f a ll her d in g in g fingers, fix e tw o have foen ac­- quainted d u rin g a m a tte r »f ten m iimtes, but i t seems us i f th e y had been friends f o r ever so long. The w a it* h a s done so xnuch fo r ! them, lie has seeajed so strong, she so dec , liciously sweet and co n fid in g! W hen foey had coilided o u t on th o floor he bail c a u g h her iu a p ro te c tin g embrace, w h ic h ta u g h t; her h o w g a lla n t ho w o u ld undoubtedly be in a ra ilw a y accident. A n d fo r-h a ir had shone liear h is eyes;w ith ,a sm ilik c fiffnlgeuce, and | he had th o u g h t how dazzling i t would look . streammg m a 'c k u fitifi g i° r y dow n over her splendid .shoulders. ! The -cynic w as asking the m oralist out iu tho suppcr l-ooiti i f lie could see any blush or his face, FUN IN T H £ WOODS AT WITH THE DARKIES AND NIQHT POQS MISSOURI COON HUNT. j^ O B T H B B S r 0B N T H A & R A IE W A Y WE ALL KNOW OF ITS WITCHERY, , BUT 'W HAT OF ITS INFLUENCES? ’. ’TixouGH'Lnm b s t w i i * R |iu D iiy rg iA ;B A L rt- ■ tg k S S S ^m S IS f& ^ S i. E »* a t J« * .a s , 188# . 353$?! *zL..,i,,i “\\”*'7'-\*\\7'r'-r\€-'-w'~~ V\-v . »- . -. %. oo:mx.an¢~.m:~ 2-.2s.~u._;,v .- fo There A n y Harm In O u r G irls . F lu tte r ­ in g A b o u t In s id e a G la d M an's Arms?— .T lie C ynic Says T here Is, b u t tlie G ir l Says No—JLookltaB O n a t the'D am -e. A s k t f o n e x t sweotgst young gu l you meet w h a t happiuess seems best to her, a nd 1 be- iievo sha w iil say i t is. w altziug. She finds strange pleasure iu Uii» f a ir mod­- ern dance, le t us presume. I t fills her veins: w ith dream y flow ings o f unsung poetry, Opens'up vast vistas o f gorgeous beautlos, crow ds f o r senses w ith flo w e ry fragrances, an d does i t a ll to a d e lig h tfu l t u x - . T his is w hy tho giiT lo v o s waltziug.. “Yes,” says t f o gentlemau a t tho other end o f th e b a r, as he lif t s tho croocout o f l.-uiou peel o u t o f his coekLul, \a n d th a t is why I M e w hisky. I t gots thoro.” There is fo u n d to f o cynicism o f this so rt applied to tho elegant exerciso o f w altzin g so lo n g a s th o g irls go ro u u d . VVhilo they con- tfouo to d in g w ith um-oucoah-d rapture ti) th e pure, uncrumpled breasts o f th e ir stal- ] w a r t partners sojue cue L> going to sit o ff Bgafost tliM w a ll au-i a so rt th u t 11; _-whole -business is oither nonsensical, undignified o r im m oral. W e ll, is i t i Y ou m ust understand th a t dancing has p robably been indulged ia ever since the w o rld began. Am ong ancieut nations i t form ed an essential o f religious worship. I t can f o made stately, so rro w fu l, weird, : dream y, devilish. Therefore■i-ofrahi fro m setting fo e se a lo l Condemnation upon tho fa r extending a rt o f dancing. L e t us keep down to th e w a ltz! T I IE W A L T Z A N A L Y Z E D .W hen a m an and a .g irl stand u p before each other fo r.a w a ltz t f o sensations o f each cannot n a tu ra lly be f a i r l y define*! by the calm, c ritic a l spectator: To fu lly appreciate foe en tire anticipation,) o f the K il l «.r tlio complete eonjeetures o f the-inun i t m ight be necessary to go back a year o r so in the lives o f b o th partners. SujipOse th is p re tty young woman had be­- come engaged-to t f o hate-1 r iv a l of. thts haa*l .some young m an w h ile foe ta tte r VVK aw ay fo Colorado! Suppose the young m an kuew- it to f o a case o f paro n tu i ty ra n n y und th a t th o g ir j waa flu tte rin g lik e a frightened dove a t fo i3 moment. T he y w a ltz ! .There is no need o f goin g round foe room w ith them. Y o u miss them, and you w ill stake y o n r l if e th e y are o u t ia th e conserva­- to ry . N ow , yo u w ill re a d ily a d n jit, I am sure, fo n t th e w altz fixerts a n em otional and sent!- _1__i-1 iL n :. ___w proper influence, ___ W o w ill im nagino ow tw o fine an d he a lthy young people o f d iffe rin g saxes about t o w a ltz to g a tfo r, im m odiately a fte r th e ir firs t meeting. Sho is about 19 years o f .age, ta ll, slender, deUcately c u i-v fii, .tinted vrith th e d a in ty fo e s o f v ir g in a l p u rity , golden haii-ed and altogcthei--exi|tiisite to luok-upo.i H>-i? a good form ed, strong m id clean, b u ilt young fellow , w it h big, know ing eyes and a jo lly mustache. She rises from .h e r place beside h e r mother and yields fo rs e lf up to her strung.) but r * assuring partner, 'i’f o young man dexter1 ously wreathes his r ig h t a rm around her small, soft waist. A t th is ju n c tu re the cynic puts in his decla- rn tio n th a t under foe decent ra le o f things tho young fellow in question couldn’t g e t‘ h is a rm abput the g irl's w aist insidojfof s is months. And ho could o n ly do i t then b y p ro v in g to f o r th a t ho had a good mind as Well a s a good arm . The w a ltz has purified an in s u lt in to a co n ve ntio n a lity.- T H E W IT C H E R Y O F I T A L L .B u t to r o t iin i to’ the youfig people, who are now floa tiu g away over pink clouds liko ser­- aphs. In tho yoim g m an’s lo ft hand rests th e r ig h t hand o f the g ir l. There is really no p a rt o f tho la tte i ’s satiny softness t< mehed b y fingers o f the man, fo r a t th is epoch o f social regulations they aro both w earing gloves. B u tth e re is th o lit t le th in g , ju s t as pr. t t y as d flow er petal, ahd crushed, i f you like, as easily. The g ir l slips s iig h tly and utte rs a fa in t lit t le cry , H er p a rtn e r takes tig h te r hold o f f o r hand, laughs vvifo her, and tbe w altz* reels on, the firmer; grasp of hands not being relaxed. M ’ “A h ,h a !” grow ls the cynic.“ H e Couldn't press f o r hand lik e th a t in less th an ten weeks if i t were not' fo r th is vu lg a rizin g w altz.” T o foe maiden ia her dance again! H e r fa ir, young head reaches up to such a p o in t on t t o young man as to b rin g tho last flu ffy skeins o f hoi-golden h a ir ju s t opposite his lips. TUero is a perfum e in those gleami n g coils—not on a rtific ia l, perfume, b u t tho ric h , honest fragrance o f cleanness an d beauty The young man inhales g ra te fu lly this r e - fin e d odor o f h a ir . \W h y ,\ puts in the cynic,“ ho w ouldn't g e t near enough to .find th a t sinoll in three months i f society d id n ’t g ive h im the p r i v ­ ilege to steal i t in the. cheap w ay lie is doing.” H you havo waltzed you w ill know. L e t us siipposo you are n g i r l ; th a t your r ig h t cheek comes about f o u r inches fr o m the s h ir t c o lla r o f y o u r pa rtn e r. Y o u r neck, a ll lo v e ly w ith a lum inous sheen lik o m oonlight, is e x ­ a c tly under his gaze. I f you are not as ag ile as i i fawn, j o u r .knees are bound to bum p against his a t irre g u la r inte rva ls. Should foe room, bo crowded, as i f usually is, y o u and f o aro constantly com ing in to collision with; y o u r gracious b u t massive Companion dancers; Tho effect is flusteriug, uvea i f . n o t w h o lly disastrous. L o t us re tu rn to th e golden headed example wo to o k to commence w ith . There sho s a il fik q a giad, m ad fairy..supiiorted: b y the w i l l - in g arms o f her silo n t partner. A sensuous fo h b r o f ' ferns i f o j .paims, fo e a if gro w s fo a v ie i-t r it h lig h t a n d fra g t’ance, foere is a riish ip g to rre n t <>f happy pSoplp fly in g b y lik o re v o lv in g Tainhows,-the; floor heaves lik e a rose stroVv-u oc.-un a iid i i l i is g lo r y ; m elody and jo y . ttE k fi XS ’ tfH\ CiJUVX - B a n ll YixJ tire cxcifol poofoo wo luxye bsed lyatphxiig hffvo ctancod into: a sort o f vortex o f v.nlfoore, They , havo suddenly zbeeix ciiished havd against cach Q ttir. The yohuglaife iifo havo fe n driven onfore into: fh o g i r l ’s h a ir .‘ Ho has elulchixl h e r. - “ - . . . . . . * .-Uli-. m a d ly fo r sn p p ort ju s t ns slid lias clutched .h im , and as th o crow d whh-ls avv^iy nud Ifo V fo fo e ttL tifo d h iS there,freo frpm dixnger,, tho. are dazed, p a lp ire tiu g . mfiamod. ' “W e ll, t f o t settles i t t ’ cyles the eyixic. “This i * where I leave. I f th e y in te h d to c a rry th is th in g a n y fu rth e r/th a n they havo already, I w a n t to bo whore I can b u y a m orning paper to read about th o scandal L o t's g o D U t and blush!” B u t tha dancers are aw ay again, an d a ll soems sweet arid ju st, V.'hat a n in te rtw in in g o f f o i n g peoptol ': VVhat an a rr a y o f fo m on- circled waists I a . W h a t notieiess, solid con- ctissionst A n d '.a never ending sm ile t i wrsathed fo h rap tu ro us rodiaxxcafrom ono endof tfo ro o m to tfo o th sr. T ho cynic and hisfrisod tknsnsrnlW iiw <mt fo t f o suppsr foe to btosh, bat tos m l , fotptonii b totote f o tf o to fo o< tfo tit t k ssnlsrea. A ^ iif o r t iM s M s t o iL W K S . m 11\ ■ “’ Possum U p u Gum Stum p, Coon i n 'a H o lle r ’ ’—C u ttin g Dow n Trees to Reach th e Game1“ ? L iv e ly Tussles w ith the Dogs—OId R a m b le r --Gits Dar.” TSATNSUAVa EiVAXA. _______ * * * * * * g O :43 ^“ -' ^ i S o r P A f o d sllye xo e p l „„ d A r is n ffv in g a ts ir n lr s ik s o jr tn Rumfa 3 p. m -. o e n a w tlM u t W’smsport; . w ith express tra in . f o j w f o s l p h l a f e f r : - rives aVRPfoW BifoJfoO a w-;.now .Y o rk 7:10 a;. m«5 NfoWfoofoj ®iV5 • * 2 S» WSsMngcon; 6 :30 a .m . Puilm Au r if o l t e iM c a f o i T O m u a ^ w ^ and N e w Y o rk ,. m S d e lp n ia passeng- ere can remain i n sleepers. unaisturb'5' \untU7;00 o’oiock, . '■■ ■- ara F a lla . . — — -nayrtor'C&iianaa a*,4»4ir*roept8un- S,jKoonMter,Rntrs- *si». dslly exccpt Snn- «;3d p n L ^ ^ K f s x p r s s s , d a lly, lo r A lm i­- ra, W’maport.SvmbWiUsrHsforgiYork, Baltimore, W aaiungtonijmncsster, Full- ., , aoslphia.ancl N e w l o ^ m r l Y i n g . a t ! PWl»delpna8:S3A rifNewYerir, li:3§a. : iu.; Baltimore, 8:10 a m.; WsshlngtOn, 9:#4sTm. Palaceultepaigjmrearerunon tn u tra ln lrom Rochester to Baltimore and Washington, vmhsinsporttp Phila­- delphia, anathrougapesaenger oooches toBAltlinore. • ' ' : 1Q:S» P.M.—Fast, Une, dslly except Sunday; ' rdr Watkins. • V m um s f o * e i y am x x h ox * * »s o trm v - ..... dal- a t Havana at 8:58S~in , .v .----- .1 a A rriving a t Havana P. m . B unet jt-arr -lor cars are run.on t h t i c ra ln from DWls- & & 3 S !B i 8 S ^ ^ s.to.>aiS c88ieeplfo o s ra a re ru n o n th is trs m iro m pmiadelpWatoWUBsmBport, > and WaBHlngton, to Csnandalgna ana Kocttester, , ’ ; - Train* going North, leave k lm lra Station as follows:—• : - ■■ ’ ' Boekeeter Kxpress ......-•••» a s. m N o rtk e rn B tp tn s s , .--.,-iw x p a .m N lS fa rsB rp re e a , ----- WUlta^fortAOOOmmodstloh,..........M..|:65A.m B lm lrs Aoootamodstlon ..... ;L. ......... ..6mo p . m t i-O n s D o lia r a fo F if ty oTbfosr w in lU ris fo w i m w a te w e« t g t * f o fo Btsenouaued f o« »u *M o * -fo V fo id -J w T fo secchfi annual coon and ’possum h u n t o f t f o K in g ’s Lake clu b took, place on fo? club's preserve, in . L in c o ln county, th is state, S aturday n ig h t, t i g h t o clock' a rriv e d and everybody w a s fo a d y fo r th e start. I n singlt tile they marched o u t o f t f o s ittin g room to the 6pace in f r o n t o f th e club house. The p a rty numbered fu lly th irty -fiv e , w xtli foe ouon huuters and natives who go along for the pm-[)ose o f chopping th e trees snouldfoey succeed in fin d in g th e gome. Some Of. the pai-t y had lanterns aud others carried torches, -u d i as ax-o used f o r p o litic a l parades. Fclui or fiv e axes w ere ta ke n; th e dogs, were called together and tfo , p a rty w as ready. There vveVe about, foven doss in tfo f o m t . ami it could be p la in ly seen b y t f o i r ahtioM that they wex’e pe rfe ctly a w are o f w b »t was going on. T hey wutchsd thexr masters c losO - I' . us though a w a itin g th e order to dash i..v*.v. Tho b la ck and to a fo o u n d predomi- Bated am ong tlio l o t T hey were a ll well liroken axx4: tr ie d coon dogs. \I f tlxer* are any coonsrfo,,, ’fiossums p ro w lin g around to, . • u ig iit in th fo fo ttp m ,” said one o f the natives, ;® s g w , 'IME.-The enly Unetun- __-between New York and Niagara Falls, Best equipment andtralnservlce. jYUnesfcfeneryrJiateB-aslowaBtheioWeat. Take .theRrJeC' . . s t a t i q n bTi n o . i T . I‘ho. 5. -Hj I : face, A u d this g ir l unci fellow uro down fo r m ort waltzes. \Sorao one els., iim v have the lancers,\ fo has said to her. a&l she hax uniluii p cru liu rly , wond,-i - u ik!)-. uot k;i*>wing ?x.u t l y h,»w sin-felt, l»ut glail lie prefers th* naitze-s. N o w ,i f y o u d e sire t o k n o w w h a t h a r m th e re is i i a l l t h i s I r e f e r voa t*> th e e y u ic in the s u p p u r o o m , l i e is e ld , c r u e l, g o u t y . I! u t w h e n y o u f a l l in w it h u g i r l , d ou 'l yo u e x p e c t t o s t o p h e r w u ltz iu g w it h o tlie i in 11 W h y d o y o u s ,'1 = th e r e e o iitm n i U U iio tl iu .the CXereise? N o g o ld e n iliiU e il thiu g l ik e th e o n e we U o *v h*-n »vaL b in g vv i ll a llo w t h a t t h e r e L , l i n t she m a y he a s fa t o u t o f tin - w a y a s th o c y iu e .Iu tlie meantime the m erry w altz swingr 011 - New Y 01U Herald ~<:«m” W e n t H o itte i n H e r Btoclcings. A la d y tyho v if o t it l ’ Hpoley’s th e a tre the :fo e fo fo act o f th e p la y w i t h.eip e e dlng iy t i g h t shoes. W hen th e c u rta in f $ l she confided, lie r suffer­- ings to hei-Iiusti'isnff^liUtl ho suggested1 th a t ; she s ly ly remove h e r.shoes t ilj, fo e perforra- - anco was over, T l f ll. she did, a n d th e conse- ■ qnent re lie f n ffo rd e tljie ra llc w e d h e r h p ro p e r enjoym ent o f ^ f f arfoer acts.: W h e n the cur- ta in w e n t dow n fqg foe la s t fo n e s h o d is c o v ■ered -to f o r h o rro r f o k t h e rfo e th a d s o swollen in th p w a fo i atmQSpherO o f fo e houso th a t she could h o t g o t fo e t ig h t shoes even <•» le r toes. A s fo e y .hittl o rg y to, w a lk to foe. ‘fi-dm o n t house, ffnef-as t f o la d y ha d on b la c k stockings, h e r :jiusbanff t o ld h e r to do the shoes np. ih . f o f liro g ra m m e a n d w alk alongins foough n o fo ih ff ha d happened. This sho d id , and:foey s iw t w i to m ove o u t slow ly w ith fo e c r ' J“ co m fo rta h lj-...... suddenly began f o . . . . , ................. as th o u g h m ad. ile i-stockinged fe e t had s tru c k an exceedingly w a rm re g iste r, and t f o heat ha d curled h e r feet o u t o f sbapo’d u rin g her b r ie f sojourn o n it. W hen she s tru c k fo e stone sidew alk outaido a c h ill replaced the feverish fe e lin g a rt* when she reached the T re m on t she swore never to w e a r t i g h t shoes to fo e th e atre again-—Chicago H e ra ld . i-) B , b ; t. a ______ _____ ' ' ■i * rw c a A N - ' ^ ^ s W fiP |( r j ■ ~ r ^ T n ' fT K . ^ g f - . s r SS ’ b g ; “ p rs rw S 5 ppattentioa. m * a« q no . i J S l m i ra . A r , ' e s ip u Corning 818 ‘ .. -Hj 1 01 A X 1 SI |'N 0.3 ? ( B > x 9 38 AX - r'u-r.3:.r -¥\11{‘-:1‘ 34.21‘ ..'»-.-'-iv.» ». 1245 !ex Rochester.. Ar. H orneiiay’e. Lv OWan.i,Salanianca.Ap DtinkirkTrr3r. Buffalo.;....™« Niagara F a lls\ Suap.Brldge Ar, 10 05r x T 45 - r x 0'43«‘ io ao» 10 4 0 M U 4T 1154“ 841 AX 4 8*\ 505, 500 AX «B*“ 658“ 10.45AX 12 55n’X ISOTx 315 r x i ao« 310“ 3.18,“ M i j i . AB * d , ' A ttQ M R I -'AND OOOHSKLLOB . AT LAW , . i 00t,)m u n |.;.;4_.'a'--q'1a- \the m dogff w ill'm o s t cei-taiixiy find -em.\ F in a lly O ld Sol appeared w itti a fire brand T H E REAL IN VE N TO R ‘1 his liand, and,-w ith a long d ra w n out: \whoopee ,-whopp!em np.--the dogs were giv eu th e fo fo tla p d -(W ished o ff fo r th e woods. 01*1 Sol took th e lead and kept up his c a ll of encouragement to fo e dogs, as th e vpa rty started. M‘.--'0!“-' v ‘,1 q./ac-b‘ ,LOCAL TKim 3 VVZSTWARn VKOX El k i r a . .6.15 p . M ., e ve ry day, fro m R lm ffa. Stops s t a ll stations, a rriv in g a t F aintod p o st 0,47 p ra. 1.-40 P . M ., w eak days, fro m Klm irar Stops a t a lt statUms, a rrlv in g a t Painted Post2.20 p.m. 3 .5 0 A . M -.overydaj*, fromRlmJra'. Corning 4.80, Addison 4 .47, oaniateo 5.28, and arrives at uornclisviiie5;S 7a. m. • • l .4 8 P . M ., Sunday; fro m E lm ir a ., Corning 3.08, AddisOn 8 .60, Cameron 4.40,imd a t a i l sta­- tio n s o n s i giiai, a rriv in g ’ a t H ornellsvllle, 5.45 p .m . 4 .3 0 p , M, Sundays excepted, fr o m .E lm ira , Stopping S t N o rth Ehnira 4.43, B ig F la ts 4.63, c o m in g 5.12,and a rriv in g a t H ornellsvllle, e .45 p . m ,-• NO. 21 .—6 .1 0 P ; M „every day, fro m Susque­- hanna, Stopping at. all .staMops. except Ills -: w a th a Grove, and arrivin g a t Corning 9.30 p. m.,~ stops oh signal a t Hlckary Grovo and Hooper. N o. lo a —9.15 A . m ., E v e ry d a y fro m E im ira , C0rnliig9.44, airives Painted Painted Post 9.48 ,• JEASTW AiiD f r o m; E l m i r a . \\ 2. .STATIONS, N o. 8. NO .I A N0.4. NO . Are W e In d e b te d to i ’ rofessor Morse for tlxe -R le ctrte I'elejgrapli? A f u l l und complete account o f the inven tion o f the teiegraph appeared iu The tv-n tu ry M uguziiie f o r A p rd , 1338 ,aud rece n tly. m e x a m in in g -a il old file of The New York Sun f u r the y e a r'fo ’\.1 found the follow uig •pl ‘At, o f t!ia t yeaJ’ , editorial' in th e issue o f u n t t i a by Moses S .It for a n il cdituiY and vL- kuovvU-dge vyherci'f I. was e n title d ‘ -Hon*.i Due:’’ -!j, the th ru p ru p ii' .k-j n f r i r i i j)erai)nttl .. r Th ■ a rti. It I*, \\ lioin H onor I - T A l» ? »B O B G« M . POBT, * PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, flg w ^ a t foptfo»m ,'fo H ew .Atreet. Night? OLD SOL WAS IUQHT. The a tta c k had begun ; open w ar was to be waged, and heaven save th e poor coons and ’possums th a t were to come ta th e ir waf , Tbe course w h ic h the. p a rty took was south- easterly from -lha.cluh house. Tney had gone t>ut a s h o rt distance when one o f th e dogs gave the a la rm , and the hearts o f a lb began to ju m p w ith jo y a t tho prospects o f 2 battle between the dogs and th e coon. Old S ol said it wus ito m b ie r. and i t was a sure th in g fo. was on the tr a c k o f a coon. A d flfori I i . H U N tJB B , V, 8., -aor Eradiiatt fo Ontario Veterinary COJ- J S« K * ° a w * M S »? S f j B s s s itt* ot Glen Bridge, 4»u« T ) AVID SMITH , * DEALER IN BOOTS. SHOES, A N D RUBBBRSt Custom W o rk B W ?=»“ •—-m o m sI. RrAukllu street, oppo- Houss, W s ts in s ,N . V. fo 3 B B ,. s I S w \T h o la y in g o f the A tla n tic cable has waked up hundreds o f . iouuants fo r honors bestowed upon Professui M . . and vvbilt- cach is so lo u d ly ti-lliiig h i’ story, and is so im p a tie n t' th a f. i t is eoktlv is-is-iveil, wo w ill mention a fe w incidents . ■ i:ru-rt,-:i w ith I ’ro- fessor Morsa’s oxvn exp -ri: i m which we have never seen in p r in t, au-1 which lose non)-of their inte re st f r o m the unus.sumiug modesty of the o th e r .parties rc fe rn s l to. .“ Soon a ftfir - M . Mursc'» iuveation o f the telegraph w h ic h has math-him famous he n as a professor in th e r u n.-r s ity o f New Y o rk City; As y e t th o iqvVnti..u was merely au idea w ith o u t m a te ria l form. Among th e ' students foei’e iwasa'son ,,f Judge Sfeplieu V ail, q f-M b jrlS tO w n .T j J , A lfre d V a il, and j the w o r th y Professor had 110 a u d ito r more iu rested in his-supposed to»“ «» vagaries. A k J frc d w a s a y o tm g ^ man o f a u a c t iv e t u r u o f , ono, m ind, and f o readily espoused Professor Morse’s ideas. But the professor had uo means; his b ro th e r Sydney looked. u;i<>u him as a c h im e ric a l dre vn -’r who d-*ervc»l. no help, a n d so A lfr e d V o ii s :t about ing t h a t d iffic u lty . lie to ld the story - v is u m - and a ll—many-, times, o v e r to his father. The judgo was, os he is now, a liberal-oml gener­- ous m an, w ith d o small degree o f co n tri van.v about fom, H e became interested and iu vited th e professor to his house. The result was a personal frie n d s h ip and a year's expe. im enting at Judge V a il's expense \A lf r e d V a il entered in to these exnerUneuts w ith h is whole soul, an d t o him is Professor Morse indebted quite ap much os to In*, own w it f o r his u ltim a te triu m p h . I t was A lfre d 1 , ! : |the !and I | V a il'w h o\ invented tiie f a ^ f a n ^ i\ f f ip h a b e l! and f o 1 i i­- , too, was the in v en to r o f the in stru ! ment th a t bears Morse’s name B ut what ™m0 ever ho did - r co n trive d went cheerfuUv to 1 -logs tho g re a t end. A lfre d fe lt rewarded in foe-' ing th e gradual a.-om pllsbm ent o f the dream 1 “Judge V a il fo a fe /s m a llfa e to r y near h is ' bouse and separated fr o m the Hpeedwell Iron ‘ W orks, belonging to h im , vyith water [vowcr. and in i t the experiments! were carried on ; Three miles o f r, >ppor w ire , about fo u r times ! as la rg o as th a t used in the A tla n tic c a b le .1 were purchased at Belleville. N J The w ire 1 was sent to New Y o rk and wound w ith ro t 1 ton, under tho »up|iosition th a t i t could not I othox-wlse be made serviceable Then th, first clum sy registering'm achine was dev tsed. aud v\ ith it tin vvnting,machine, w ith it-itn-‘ chaiiioal action by means o f ty]>cs T h r ir ] eonsti-uetion and abandonment fo r something j better took place ux th o sam* fa c to ry , ami I there in an upper room, thp remain-: o f them I —Cog wheels, ratchets and slides—m ay, or a 1 few days sine*-might,, s t f ll he soon \T h e first telegraph message ever sent uu-I der th e so raile d Morse system was lio tll sent 1 ami received in that sumo -upper room ,' ami was ilic ta te .l l,v Judge V a il—A patient w a ite r is no loser ' “Then -o came the apparatuses subseqvientlv exh iliite d in N,-.v Y o rk and < lsewhere v.ith such e lectrical ,-tfu t. We. have in ou r ]> -?- session now u pi.-ce o f that originu l th :., m iles of wire, ami we p r i2e i t as a u io m rn to - iUuch nior, than -ur -foot' o f the A tla n tic cahle. nj. ig -possum. ( ilil Sol was ce rta in th a t i t was a;coon' the dog? were t r a ilin g ; he co u ld distinguish tho difference in o ld Ramblex-s b a rk when he had a coon o r possum. M nj. L 'a ru th said i t m ig h t he a -possum. TO H M M. KOK, Attorney sad ooufosilor-st-i»w. ^ omce *ov«r jjS y n i orooewBwr*, Fourth Street, Wan- H e H a d T rie d IE Corning., E lm lta..,, Waveriy.. Bm g^a'm toh\ Snsqii’hah’aAr . NewYOrt, 1531 2 2 0\ 2 5 3“ 8 3 3“ 4 1 5“ 19 20PM 1055“ 1126“ ISOIN’T 1»44*V1S0AX Jersey C itjr.A r m sshxi 745a m Id M M I -7 55 :-v 2 28AM 2 67“ 824“ 3 54“ 429“ , _5 09“ 1055a m] 1055“ I . l o o al Tr a in sEa s t w a r d . 9.26 A . M ., fro m .coming, stopping a t.H Ig F la te 9.42, North E lm ira 9.58, a rriv in g a t E lm ira iO .eop.m -', ' ^ NC-io.—T.33 A . W ., weefc days, fro m Corning a rriv in g a t Binghamton 9.67 n, m, . , ' No, 108 .—12.55 4 \ M ., every day,from T ainted Post., h tc p s a ta ll stations, a rrivin g a t E lm ira ^ N o /ii*.’—10.00. , p m cveriy day, fro m Painted Post. Stopa at a U 8tations, a rrlv in g a t E lm ira 10.40p .m .» .4 l p M every day, from Corning. Stopping a t J$ lmtr». ip.H, nF WaTCtir iqas p.m . . r . i . . O n B u r r a r d In le t, in B ritis h Colum bia, dwells a lo g g in g com p boss, kn o w n f o r an d wido b y the name f o Lev. He is a h u n te r o f some im portance, a n d a rifle f o o t o f more th a n o rd in a r j's k iij.' One ra in y d a y L e v took h is g u n sndsalU ed f o r th f o r a deer h u n t, but. wasovertalcen b y darkness w lilie a lo n g w a y fr o m camp, and forceff to rem ain in th o woods ai) n ig h t O n searching his pockets ho found f o w as w ith o u t matches. The lo g g in g crow fle w horns, fire d gtuis, etc., to guld a him lOme, b u t w ifo o tria v a il. M o rn in g retm-ncd, and L e v made h is -pray home ju s t as-the crow w ero tu rn in g o u t t o r breakfast. H u n g ry , Wet and tire d , ho sat down i n f r o n t f o tho/big cfim p fire, rested h 'A face On h is h n n dl, his hands on his kneA.j^vloked v a c an tly a t th o blaze, (m dfoi-appoat-od la it, f o co ntom platlfxi-' th e n tp o k o : -“ Boys, did.yoU ever h e a f o f a p fo fo n fo a kfog a fire b y ru b b in g tw ojstioks to g fo h e rt*“ Qh, yes,” replied several;“easy enough t o do. Com­- m on th in g ,” etc. L e v w a ite d p a tie n tly t i l l th e y a!]-got thro u g h , and; th en 'e x c la im e d : “I t m a y f o easy enough to, do, and, perhaps, has been done, but I ’l l be eaten aiivo-i f any­- body ever did i t in one n ig h t.” — S a il Fran- eisco A rg o n au t. , .» possum. Suddenly th e whole pack took up th e alarm,, and the lo n g d ra w n o u t a la rm b a rk o f t f o hounds was welcome m usic to the ears o r the whole p a rty . 0 , a FROST, • A G B IC ffiL T U lU tlM F L E E K H T a ,« ,Sohuyisr A g ric u ltu ra l W orks a n d OoMtanttr uadersfojm, s u d fo jflr a n d g rts tte g .-W s tk ia s , Deo, io ta , . p . \L is te n ,\ says O ld SoL“ D a ta m o ld Ram ­ bler and Snider. G ot a coon, sho’ , a nd r ig h t ia ’raongstdem b ig trees in de bottom,” AU hands g o to them , a n d sure enough O ld Sol was r ig h t ; th e dogs ha d treed a coon up ouo o f th o biggest oaks m th o forest. \L o o k a t d a t tree good,” said Old Sol,.“ an’ g o ta n y fo n fo o n i t wfi’U tehd upsome t f i t ^ ono an, sbhakei a tc o o n o u t. „, ; , ■ t r A M f f it O H * ORAMlCH, ' MAIMMIW . F R K S H M B A TS I N E V E R Y V A R IE T Y . SQX> VS'BJJX BSAKCM . D s iiy E x c e p t Sunday. Train s leave BtAnley -at P* m. Tur Phelps, . ewart.Wai ingnm , a o ttu s ro to t and lnterm e- ^ T r e iS i a m v * a t S t a a w K 9:06 a m . lrotn ^ ^ ^ w r m t a B S T W a r K Tfovpa a»« . Connections M l Hr R , K. a tp h e lp e ji jtoliewa: N .Y . C.k and Newark (N(Y. C.VN. Y. W, 8 .A B .B a U w w a t N e w a rk an d R, W .A O .R .K .a £ w a l - Foruckeufow all Gen’lManager. lu ire o t flta- J. R . VVOOD, Gen’lP a s s ’g r A K t i n vaaia sauKnr. ■ad Oyster* in taoirseMW i. . F a r . No,” said one p f tiie natives,“ foera a rs no. lim bs on it. Stand back there and gives me room to chuck m y coat, a n ’ we’l l flin g th a t tree ui a m ig h ty few m inutes.” A ll tiands beah w id axes,” cried o u t Old Sol . 'tV m C H M JU*» WR8R0N. _ 1m s * ItewMfoia Otaego county,N. Y.) r a . w “^ TM WereaOM |foen Usurer s ttM fo ' . p i .. ■ D a tljr except Sunday. Trains leave E ijtn lra fo r H O ytville 880 a .m ., 9 90 a. mi, 5 4 S p .m > -a rrly ln g a t 2 SO p . m . , 1 25 p, ni. ana 9 05 p, m .-T ra fn s leave H o y tv llle at 9.10 A m., 2^5 p .m ,, 3:20 p. m.—a rriv in g -a t E i- m im a* 952 x t n . , 580p. m , andSXOp.m . MfeSnX Bun Branch,—TndtiBieaves Blogs- burg at 6:16 Am., «.*0A m. and 1 .00'p. m. Re- tnralng leave Morris Run a t 6 .60 a. m.,10.20 a. rn.andAl5p.tn. . i A ll trains connect with th e Commg, Cowan- eequeA Antrim Railway a t lawrenceville. S. T. SEELEY, D lv . Passenger Agent, . . T I o k a B ra j i p J i . F our big, s tro n g and determ ined fellows—- tw o on a side—take o ff th e ir coats, th ro w down then-hats and ta c k le th e th re e fo o t tree. W ith long, measured, steady strokes t heir axes c u t in to the h e a rt .of th is g ia n t o f |the forest. \S p e ll us,\ one o f th e choppers exclaimed, !and fo u r fresh men stepped fo rw a rd 'an d took th e ir places. \L o o k o u t;s h e ’s c ra c k in g ,” someone was heardt *» ' e ry , and t he n e x t m om ent down l 'amo ° f | he ^ aud ™m0 dow n ' V lth“• Ui ,t l , a m a drits h the -logs sprang fprw aj-d o g iv e the coon a w a rm Evei-ybody was shouting, and the do^ b a rk l“ S' ^ e w hole p a rty m a ld n g a uo,l ! u _ thut„ a lm“ i t d! f iI 1 1 1 ’ it nos a b ig coon, and a splendid fighter: li e soon sent some o f th e dogs—those th a t Were not g r i t t y —ho w lin g away w ith pain, aud they to o k uo fu i-tb e r p a rt in fo e fig h t. Once 01 tw ic e t f o coon broke away fro m the crow d and trie d to e&ape, and when fo' d id the circle w h ich was form ed around the sci urnnago broke and ran. When th is happened several incidents oc­- curred th a t vveroN'cry amusing., The hunters would pile o ve r one unothor in their xuaii rush to get back, and a t one tim e a number o f them were piled in one heap. m a d e i t l i v e l y f o r t h e d o g s. The dog S n id e r showed his staying qualities and e xhibited the most g r it. A n e ffo rt was made to h o ld several o f the dugs and ouly allow one o r tw o to tackle the ooOa a t a tim e. B u t the exciteixieiit became so intense th a t no „u c knew w h a t he was ■ lurng half the tim e. A l l wen-ychm g a t the top o f their voicesandthe • b ig , wei-e b a rk in g , the noise was fe a rfu l, no d. uht i t could.have been heard fo r miles in I,.,: bottom a t nighL A t one time vvhen the : „.,uiL w as d o u b tfu l and one ,.f the favo rite dugs how led w ith paw , some one shouted o u t. 'I . so the a x o il h im . don't a llow him to k ill tfid R am bler.\ ■ No.” shouts U1U Sol, \d , a n do d a t, let ’em fig h t er out. O ld R am bler w ill g it d a r p u rty soon.\ Eidnl-\\ '1 A . D U N H A M * CO., H A ftK C R S m a r eaulpped fu r every k in d o t legitim ate ■pOng/anA aotlolia the aooounw o t p riv a te ELIA . DCNHAIC, . Sa m b s i c d h n h a k, F R ED J . DUNHAM. Havana, Jan. n th , 188* . ■ FALL Going North. Bead up. . *xx.|J£ yr,|E rp . a I 4 |» Stations. Going South, ; Read up. EXP ,1 . . AcoiKir. “6 CCjs* 4 . T o te : effe ct.N o v,ll, 1888. y .T he re are onex h ib itio n fo the room s o f foe state m in in g bm foU .uk Sign FrancisCo fo u r “dosiccatcdmumaa b o d ii^” th a t w ere found for S ig n o r S, M arg h ie r f o a sealed cavern, a t a n elevation o f 4,000 fe e t, on th o eastern side o f t f o S ie rra Madro m ountains in Mexico. The. bodies were fo u nd i n a s ittin g posture, w it h - th e hands crossed op the breasts, the heada fo clin cd fo rw a rd a nd fa c in g fo e east. T w o adults, m ale/and fem al, w ero side by sideband: b y t h e ^ d e h f foe m an was a boy, an d a g ir l b y h e s id o o f'th e woman. The h o d ifo w fo e ap p are n tly d rie d b y t f o a ir, no em balm ing foOcess being, foed. T h e y are n o t lik e an y known Indians Of to d ay, th o hands an d fc o t befog p a rtic u fo rly snm ll, and the w om an’s h a ir b ro w n fo id silken. T he worn, an’a forehead is lurgc, >and th e reasoning powers were a pparently w e ll developed. I n t f o lo b e o f each ear is a piece o f n o llo w reed., T f o b u ria l garments are o f c o tto n , hide, grasses, and ,the b a rk Of w illo w s. I n addi­- tio n , fo e lit t le g ir l is covered w it h foe skin o f some anhaal.—St. P au l Pioneer Press. E m b a lm e d b y -fo e A ir .T ■BHR8T N A T IO N A L . BAJSK OF W A TK IN S S.-Y. C A P IT A L * 50 , 0 0 0 . n a n t v d w i 184S. KEORGlANltKD 188S . foaxKxiMfoPm. j o u kfo.l«T». Cashier. Wm. N. hbra,Yioe-Prea. onuw w aa; gfom K n ig h t, w m . N . Love, N e la w N in re a , B o ^ ^ ^ n Tntoe, George Harlag^M. H. Oriy, tp a aa d , E x-hang* , t& S R S S S S S ^ tfoeghtandeey-, ITS OAU8B, nATDRI, SYMPTOM*, PHlVBN- TION AND CUBE 1» the C.D. in- beaMt n ooalfona tail in any way ‘ CvurW. .KXTAHIUM,BAVAKA.N-Ti >501 7m p m 8 07 387 313 1 45 1 0 6 ■11 , .amst. ar ...Blaekwelts... cedar ltun... Watendlle... ..Jeraey Bhore. lv .w a ilt FnS 1023 910 83 5 7» i | p mip mi, 1 1 43 730 1 .65 738 247 8 3151 9 021 |400| (9ao|i F un e ra ls‘f o F rance. un e ra o rance. T h o funerals o f Paris, France, a ro in charge o f a c M iip A n y , whose m onopoly is regulated b y la w , is a v a s t enterprise, possessed o f ex­- ceptional resources, on immense^ num ber o f horses ahd carriages, a, num erous and Well disciplined personnel. Each - y e a r i t takes charge o f about 00,000 funerals, a b o u t h a lf o f Which aro thefo, o f fo e poor. T h e adminis- t r a t io n o f th e pompcs .Fnnehres i s situated in fo e Quo d A u fo rv illie rs .It i» a b ig , heavy, w h ite stone b u ild in g , b h U trp u n d a va st glass ro o fe d .courtyfod. B e fo a fo t f o v a s t b u ild fo g o f t f o Pompte Funebtes a re ce lla rs dim ly, lfo h tc d w ith gas je ts o n d ' f i f i l o f row s and ro w s o f codfosibf a ll Sims and qualities. T h is cellar^containa a stock o f 15,000 coffins ready f o r use.—P itts b u rg Dispatch. O om m cTioxs.-At L jO M w ith Y ta ln L in e N. t» a t H A A K. T ra in * 2 .4 and «,“ ako ciofo 0 6 n n *c tlS M ilo t.............. t o Brracusm1 A lbany, New Yorn ana nos ^ ^ ^ u f f i” % n c ln n a tl andCUlcago. ° 5 S i * S l E 5 m S r ^ S V »i B r a n . , 0 ..V . * 0 * \ l M r 0d8 — W ith N o rth a rn Central R .R . oondatr—W ttk N . Y . t K A W .R. E , ahd D . * * * ‘ ^ 1 3 - W l O i Cowanesque B rp n c li 0. «A c h C r te k R R . P . ReX b . W la M fo Cars between WUUams- p o rt and P h lla d e i^ tlA . . W. H . NORTHROP, Passenger Agent. CL It, Bs o w k, GeneralBup’t. X B U H * B a M e r y “The o rig in a l plan f o r la yin g tin -lin e s of telegraph was hv cables submerged in the ground. F o r this purpose the w ire was to b e inclosed in lead pipe, an d preparations were m ado fn r th e in tro d u c tio n o f the w ire in th* sim ultanc-uslv w ith its mannfact-.11-TUe tw i fo b pipe Experim ents shewed, however, th a t vrith sab merr.ion the necessary insulr th in o f th e w ire w o u ld bo d iffic u lt, i f xiot impossible, and tin- cheaper and more effectual m eth o d »f suspen­- sion was adopted \A n o th e r incident a n d vve are done. Morse was in thoso d a y s i f fo -is n o t now, no mean hand a t p a in tin g T o te s tify his appreciation, '-o f tfo-kihdncss on-1 ih valuable '.material a id ’ rendered by th e ja.lgo and his sou A lfr is l. he p a in ted a si rics u ffa rn fly p o rti'a its , an<l these kpecxmc:i.s<if h i, s k ill s t iil adorn the vvulls * ( Jtvdgo V a il’s p c rlo r;, and though not the fo r-’ fe -'tiv iu o f a rt f I, v display more th.di o rd in a ry skxll in t be usi-of t f o brush, \J u d g e V,ail end h is w o rth y so-x s ti’ i live Tho ju d g p Ls !.a!u a u d Uuai'tv a n i l a •: .<» t men a t 50, and , ajovs a Well earned a fthniice a ^ u to.foBfoi_«r age tho chai-aetsristics of his earlier years, ami is nOy? tu rn in g ;h is ;.tte iitip n to a u tto rs h ip .” W it h t lw vtat-vnonfc th a t xfotchtden your VOrtTSpmdtmtN a rtic fe , th a t u neph” o i .-Uli-. Morse L one or, t f o .best Itnow n-duck h u n te rsa b o n t t-,.vn,” 1 know o f no reixson fo r disagreeing,, Slid vvflF o n ly express th o hope t h a t his claixn to t h a t distinction is more s o lid ly based t hen was th a t o f his tm cic to be­- in g“ tho ih ve n ! r o f tho telegraph.” A s a son o f A lfr e d F a il I am n a tu ra lly desh-ous tha,f jhstiee sboiild bo accorded t is m em ory . —Stephen V a f iH N ew Y o rk W orld. ,, . , . , mannfact-.11-TUe ,8*“ ® the coon’ f (wa8.« ,g ? 9“ ^ °“ * fo P ? tune u n til f o could breathe no more, lie had made his last cx- *u smn On earth. R am bler pinned hiin to the g round and squeezed-him tp death. ITcsentiy O ld R am bler gut a th ro a t fo ld ou the coon and t f o death ra ttle could be 1 nS B uider d id some g re a t fighting and fo r a puppy o n ly a year old acquitted him self h i a rcm arltable hxanner. Tho h a ttio was commented upon b y a il f o r a moment o r tw o and th in the dogs Were started o ff again. A lig h t snow* began to fa il about this'tim e, in which n ii heed was paid by t f o p arty. They a ll had seen a g re a t lig h t and were anx­- ious fo r another. i’rosently tho* f e k o f Old Rambler again gave the a la rm , and w hen the p a rty reached the dogs t h e y b a d twj> cooiis treed. This wag move than a n y Otl& had: bargained fo r in so -h u rt a tim e. Coons w ero p le n tifu l fo r a cer­- ta in ty . Tho choppers were p u t to w o rk ; th e treO th is tim e wds n o t a largo ono and i t was .cut down in ahort'orderi, B ttt-tfo ’COonwas a lit t le to-q u ic k f o r th o dogs, and bcfqro they ozuU catch h im f o w as _up another .tree, _T his t i’cb w fo heW hdow n, and, as i t felT,.tixo coon sprang fro m i t h ito another tree. Then there was anothci” tveo to cut. This tim e t f o dogs nailed 'h im . H o was a young ono and was-soon sent-to k h is d o m como-by-Snider. As soon os f o was finished t f o other t f f o was c u t and th a t coon w e n t t f o some route as those before h im , S h o rtly a f f e th is th e dogs treed 3 conplo v e ry q u io k th n o . As i t w as now a fte r S o 'c tifo in th e m orn in g , i t was decided t o s i s r t f o r t f o c lu li housa. —S t. Louis Republic, . LoVS’s L a b o r Lost. “T o m m y ,\ fo ld t h e t e f o f e s fo fo y , \y o iir w r itin g is w re te fo d ; i t is notiilf o f o t * yi*H^y1, ^ ' “Weli, Wbst’sths uss o’ fosmto* to w ifo s * a ll,” a d n d Tom m y,“ whsts tf o y i f i t o t o S j W w r it in ’ m a c h in w almost srery t o »r 'W * » Y e fo S u a . D E C O R A T O R — 'TryBnLPiiURBIT.L to-night, andl ill sleep Weill feei-hetter for it. I ifitthebcstMedtal Work publlshctif Bend 5 ,2oeirt etamps to A, r . OHd-w a t * CO? Boston, Mstfc, and receive s Cepyifnm. T w e W o m en Of u K i n d , 00 i n c & se o fd ea t h , tn fo w e o f t o t a l d isa b ility: O O AW B iS E * i t coats snout git. w 4year to insure in So th e Countess de l a Kam ee (Ouida) has g ive n u p w r itin g n a u g h ty hovels an d taken t o h e r prayers. T ha t’s fo e Way w it h w om an —sho's always eith e r s a in t ,o r sinner—m an gOes safe fo fo e m iddle, m ostly. Miss Brad- don w iU he h a p py n o w fo a t ' fo p bete n o ir is o u t o f . tho fo ld . H fiv e r tw o Women hated a n d Bt-adcion calls O ttida“ th a t w dinan,” w ith t f o accent on t f o wool ’ W hen M a x w e ll (Miss B raddon’s Iris h husband) w ho w a n ts to“ take a ris o o u t o f tlio imssis,’ ’ as f o p u t f i i f, hocal]s M m e, ‘ do i i Bameo“ a fin s w om an, bedafo w lth a rO ^ fo n ’ ey0 in fo rh e S li.,, Then th e f u r flies.—7Yuth. 1 B a v a m Fe«t o ffic e . 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FriceHMb *-»<**«*, Th«yh»v*nown»l for 8tr*i>ElL Eri*hhi«M, Amionnt fo Fiwks*«i or for Fufotls o f ofor, or ^ .fa fliix rO w iW ja They do not eroek ot imut; 40oohn - a . Foti»l« by D. lime, M . a n d Ffohoia Y&n^DuzCr Havana, N ,Y . 77yi By calling at -afoCrefory House of ‘:7 ' In ' » 18$! W ^ X X mJ L aadtofotlngemifolargefoiW cKOf H a n g i n g L a m p s i Cannibalism in the Gauntry. c f i l T e rro rs o f Kuminer Boarding.—S m a ll Boy —M a , ran, we’ve g o t to get a w a y fr o m hero I I t ’s dangerous. They’re cannibals! I was j u s t helping B illy to t ie t f o fo b fo th e dog’s t a il a t t f o g u tte r when M r. H a w ld n s came to t f o kitchen door and ho called o u t: ‘ ‘W ife , g e t. eve ryth in g ready ax -quick as. y o u can. W e 'll have t h a t ,f a t M r. Johnson f o r dinner an d h tiw ife a tid b a b y f o r supper.\—H xiliidel- *“ a s ! M 0 I na, and ‘con- 3%-a Choice // / «ii . ‘ 52.37 ' ’ .' 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