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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

She tmctt $ Scml-Weckly Founded Wayne County Organ i 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908. NO. 28 ITIKJF FIRE. Michigan Sufferers In Need of Food and Shelter. GOVERNOR ISSUES AN APPEAL Calls Attention to Pitiable Condition of Those Whose Homes Were Destroyed by Blaze In the Forests. Detroit. Mich., Oct. 11). Reports from the forest Are district of northern Michigan were fragmentary, but there were Indications of improvement In the general situation as far as Immi nent danger to life und property was concerned. Hut ns to the victims who survived the destruction of their homes and villages conditions arc pitiful In the extreme, with the likelihood of greater distress and many deaths from exposure In the event of a sudden drop of temperature falling upon the half clothed refugees camped in box cars and open Holds. Governor Fred M. Warner Issued an nppeal to the people of Michigan for contributions, and Mayor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. l'ltllMSHKD l:Vl:itV WKD.NKSDAV AND FIUDAY 11V TIIK CIW.KN ITIIMSIIINOCOMPASV. Kntercd us second-class matter, at (In-post olllee, lloncsdnlc. SUHSCUIl'TION: $1.50 A YKUt. IX APVANCK K. It. llAI!l)i:.'lli:i!(JII, - IMtKSIDKNT V. W. WOOD. - MAN'AUKIt AND HKC'Y MIIHTDtlo: C. 11. nOIIKI.INdKI!. M. II. AI.I.K.V. IIKNItV WILSON. I:. II. IIAIlDKNIIKIUIIt w. vv. woon. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL, roit im!i:mi:xt. WII.MAM lUtWAUD TA IT, if Ohio. rou vick i,ui:sim:.T, JAMKS S. SHKIi.M AN, of Now York. STATU. ton jl'ikii: or s I'rr.niou coit.t, W.M. I). roilTKK. of Allegheny. DISTINCT, rou conuhkss, CHAltt.KS ('. I I! ATT. of Stioiim-li.intin. rol! STATK sr.XATOIt. SAMUKl.YV.llOITOIiD. of Carbon. COUNTY, rou iir.rRKHKXTATiri:. W. K. 1'KlSllA.M.of MoiiiiI Pleasant. rou Mirnirr, M. I.KK I1UAMAN. of Honesdale. roil IMIOTIIONoTMlV, ITC.. WA1.I.ACK .1. ItAliNKS. of Berlin. roll IlKUISTI.Il AMI mvnltllKIl, AI.I'BKD O. lil.AKK.of Hit Many. I'Oll COCNTV COMMISMONKHS, J. K. llOKNItKCK.of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

What Four Years of Bryan Would Mean. .. nl Ptfftlit Ik.... Bulgaria as a Storm Center. Among nil the Bnlknn countries Bui-' Sarin seems to bo best prepared to do j something decisive when the time Is ripe for political change. Conditions hnvo Improved there since the powers nt the Berlin conference thirty years ago placed Its destinies In the hands IflfT IN THE 1SL AIDS HINTS FOR FARMERS Common Fowls Unprofitable. The farmers who arc careless re garding tho kind of fowls to keep pay well for their Indifference, says a writer In Commercial Poultry. They must content themselves with the be lief that "one fowl Is ns good as nn-. of Turkov. Tho neonlo want to bo other," but they are governed by oldrrco and twcnty ycars ag0 llindo ft ! STRONG, HONEST AND TACTFUL Why McKinley Sent tho Judge to tho Philippines. uua "u" ua"B 1 ..I ui"lgood fight ngalnst Turkey fowls, the pure breeds aro more use- In that I struggle they lacked the sympathy of ni. fh.r in- onm ri. n strong European power, a....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

PEOPLE OF THE DAY A Conserver of Public Health. Prominent among the world's scien tists nnd disease experts at the Inter national tuberculosis congress nt Wash ington was Dr. Walter Wyninn, sur geon general of the t'nltcd States bti reau of public health nnd tnnrlne hos pital service. Dr. W.vniau wns presi dent or that section of the congress which discussed state and municipal control of tuberculosis. Surgeon General Wyinim has been connected with the marine hospital service since 1S70 nnd has been the head of the bureau since 1801. Ho WAI.TKU WVMAN. controls the adinlnlstratlon of the na tional quarantine law and Its various establishments. Always n friend of seamen. Dr. Wyman lias given special attention to their physical welfare and was Instrumental in having laws passed for their benefit. Ho is a voluminous writer on matters affecting the public health nnd established the first govern ment sanitarium for consumptives at Port Stanton, N. M. Dr. Wymau Is a native of Missouri and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN! VK HAVK a large assortment of ladders on band for apple picking. O. Watts. 27 U FOR SAI.K OU KOU nKNT.-Dwcllinc house, corner of Court and Eighth streets. In quire of II. Z. Kusscll. WANTRD. Men and women, as Smooth ers, at the Wayne Cut Ulass factory. WK AUK NOW Uktnc In wlnterapples and elder apples highest cash price paid for same. 0. A. Cortright, WASTKD.-Sikwi Magazine requires Ihe services of a man In lloucsdale to look after expiring subscriptions- andpto secure new business by means of special methods un usually effective; position permanent; prefer one with experience, but would consider any applicant with pood natural qualifications; safary $1.50 per day, with commission option. Address, with references. It. C. Peacock.. Koom lCU.Success Magazine bldg. New York WAYNE FARM AGENCY. If you have any farm property or realty of any kind, you can register withus free of cost, and property will be advertised through the United States. Send for circular. . . WAY...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1908

SKILLED JJHE LAW Success of Mr. Taft as Solicitor General. WON MANY NOTABLE SUITS. Victorious In the Celebrated Alaskan Seal Fisheries Controversy His De fense of the McKinley Dill Refused Golden Offers For a Scat on tha Federal Bench. Mr. Tuft's fight years of history funking utility upon the bench of the Sixth federal circuit, during most of which period he was presiding judge, were prefaced by three years of high nccoinpllsliiuent as solicitor general of the United States. President Uarrl sou picked him !o be the legal repre sentative of the United States iu nc tive litigation iu 1SIH), when he was only thirty-three years old and still had three years of his elective teriri upon the superior court bench In Ohio to serve. Solicitor general of the United States at thirty-three! Scarcely more than a boy In years as ripened matu rity Is reckoned and already doing deeds of national moment- deeds of International moment, to be exact, for Inside of two weeks of taking tho oath he had pu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

8Hie (KB TK&XJKA rTJTCZ Scml-Wcckly Founded Wayne County Orga 1908 I of the Weekly Founded. 1844 1 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1908. NO. 29 ST01JSCIINC Weather Bureau Predicts End of Forest Fires. WILL REACH HERE ON FRIDAY It Is Developing Along the South era Edge of the Rocky Moan tains and Will Hove Northeastward. Washington, Oct. 21. The cheering news thiit tlii! cud of the forest II res uuw raging In the east Is In sight was announced liy the weather bureau. Out along the southern edge of the Rocky tuountalu states u storm Is scheduled to appear today, and It will move northeastward, attended by rains in the valleys of the central states to morrow and In the Atlantic states Fri day or Saturday. 'The rains," announces the bureau, "promise to be sulllcleutly heavy to ex tinguish the (Ires In the Allegheny and Adirondack mountains. "Preceding the storm the tempera ture will rise over the eastern portion of tho country." Blizzard In...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUIII.ISHKI) KVKHV WKIINKSIIAY A.NI KHIPAY BY TIIK CITIZEN I'l'IIMSIIINU COMPANY. linteroilns sceoml-elass matter, tit tlic liost lllc lloncsilale, l'a. HUHSOKIl'TMN: $1.50 a ykar, in auvanck K. It. lIAltDKNlJKKtlll, - - IMtKSIDKNT V. V. WOOD. - - MANAOIvl! AND SKC'Y ni m:i tons : c. m noiui.iMiKii. Jl. II. AI.I.KX. v.. 11, 11 r.iiKNHKimii. iir.sttY WILSON. W. W. WOOD. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Hill I'ltKslllKNT. WILLIAM 1IOWA III) TA FT. of Ohio. Foil VIl'K 1'IIKMHKNT. JAMKS S. S1IKKM AN. of Now York. STATK. Fon jumiK ok pitkiuoh court, W.M. D. l'OKTKIt, of Alleulivny. DISTl'.Il'T. FOIl CONURKKH. CIIAItLKS C. I'll ATT. of Susquehanna. FOll HTATT. OENATOH, SAMUKL V. HOITOUI). of Curium. t'OL'NTY. FOll IlK.l'ItKM'.NTVTIVK. V. K. l'KltliAM.of Mount Pleasant. FOll SIir.llIFF. M. LICK ItllA.MAN. of IIoneMlalc. FOll I'ltoTlloNOTXM. inv.. WAI.I.ACK .1. ItAISNKS.of lterlin. foh 1tF.oiKrr.t1 ash i!i:coi:in:ii. Al.KltKDO. lll.AKK.ot lli-llmny. FOll COl'XTY COMMI'loNFI!-. J. K...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN ANNOUNCEMENT. The eleventh nnnunl ball of the Alert Klre Co.. of , Hast Honesdnlo, will be elven at Alert Hull on, Wednesday evenlne. Oct. 28. l'JOH. A ecncrnl Invitation Is extended. Tickets. SO cents. In connection with the ball, the Uulles' Improvement . So cieties of Kast llonesdalo and Cliff ami Cot taee streets will serve a supper In the dining room of the Hall, with first table at 6:.W p. m. Supper tickets, 35 cents, 28U Everybody to know that Dr. stent snecinlist.of Carbondale, will beat the Gale, llonesdalo. Friday. Oot, WANTED.- 11. (lolden, eyesight s rx of tlilo trroik friini IMXIn. III.. until T.M 11.111 and at Park View Cottaee. Hawley. from 3:00 p. in., until 8:00 1. m. WK HAVE a larce assortment of ladders on band for apple pjrktus. U. Watts. in t3 FOK SALE OK FOK nKN'T.-Dwelllnc house.corner of Court and Klghth streets. In quire of II. Z. Kussell. WE AltE NOW taking In winter apples and elder apples-highest cash price paid for same. C. A. Cortrigh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

CANADA MENAGE TO OUR FARMERS Pennsylvania Grangers Vitally Concerned In the Taritf. PENROSE'S STRATEGIC POST Aa Leading Member of the All-Power-ful Financial Committee of the United States Senate, the Senior Senator Will Be An Important Fac tor In Protecting the Varied Inter ests of the Keystone State. Special Correspondence Harrisburg, Oct. 20. Attention has been directed In the discussion of the issues of the presi dential campaign to the vltnl interest the farmers of Pennsylvania, and in fact of awry s.tate In the Union, have in the continuance of the present sys tem of a protective tariff. The wonderful strides made by Can ada In the development of her agri cultural interests, and the rapidly in creasing growth of her population, have been tho subject of comment by oratois who have sought to Impress the farmers of the United Stales with the fact that they, probably more than any oilier class, are concerned In tho success of tho Republican party, which means that whatever changes...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

i SUPPLEMENT TO The Citizen, . HONESDALK, BRYAN AND LINCOLN. While the grotesque something styled "Imperialism" lg Included In the rich and varied assortment of freak Issues which Mr. Bryan offers to his countrymen this year, he Is not urging It quite so vehemently as ho did In 1D0O. In the campaign of that year he cheerfully assured his hear ers that It was actually a live Issue, a menace to free Institutions, and could bo overcome only by electing him to the Presidency. Ho declared, more over, that If Jefferson, Jackson and Lincoln were living they would rec ognize the acquisition of the Philip pines by the United States ns a step toward "Imperialism" and would op pose it with all their energy. Jn his reckless zeal Mr. Bryan tried to make It appear that Jefferson was opposed to the very princlplo which found expression in the Louisiana Purchase.. Ho perverted the utter ances of Jackson in a tricky attempt to show that "Old Hickory" resisted tho policy that led to the acquisition o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 October 1908

REPUBLICAN PARTY AND RE80URCEJDJSERVATI0N Present Administration Origin ated Policy Destined to Be Productive of Great Good to Country's Home y Builders. MR. TAFT IN FULL SYMPATHY lie Is the Great American Who Typi fies the Independence nnd the Constructive Genius of American Home Owners Future Potent Willi Still Grander Undertakings if Republicans Can Continue Their Constructive Regime. An extremely important feature of the constructive Republican policy Is the national move for the conserva tion of the natural resources of tho country. This measure has been originated by tho present Republican Administration and, like the Home stead law. the National Irrigation act. and other measures for the benefit of :he whole people. Its Influence Is des tined to be far reaching and produc tive of great good to the home build ers of the country. The National Conservailon Com mission as It exists to-day is an out growth of the Inland Waterways Commission this commission was appointed by Preside...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

BUU Ltbrtrj JnljlPOO tteea mm i Seml-Weeklv Founded ? Woyne County Organ of the RPPIIRI If AM PAPTY 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 f5 " ' " ' -- 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. NO. 30 ADDRESSES GRACE Injunctions Are Discussed by the President. TRAINMAN'S QUERY ANSWERED Roosevelt Declares That Taft Has laid Down Principles That Have Been Acoepted by leaders of Labor. Washington, Oct. 20. In response to n letter from P. II. Grace, a member of the Brotherhood ot ltallroud Train nion, Inquiring ubout Mr. Tuft's record In respect to Injunctions and labor nmttei'B In general President Uoose velt has written to Mr. Gruce as fol lows: "In the matter of the Injunctions Mr. Tuft Issued he was absolutely right, and the principles he laid down In those Injunctions have since then been uecepted by every worthy leuder of labor, and they uro embodied In the principles und practices of all the rail road brotherhoods at the present day. "A year or so ago the editor of t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. rt'llMMIKI) KVMIY WHiSCMlAY AMI PlillllY 11V Tin: rni.i'N rrm noiiMi company. lOitcrcd as K'liiiiil-fl.i-f. mutter, nl tin' I'oi! olllcc. Jlunc.il.ilc. I'il. MJIiSCIMI'TJdN: ?!..' A VI.'Ml. IN MlVAM'i: K. !, llAKDKXI'Klilill. - I'JilWJIlKNT W. W. WOOli. - - MANAOKIi AMI SIVY niiinrieii: C. II. 1MH1FI IMir.H. M. 11. Al,l.l:.. IM.MiV UI.MIN. K. II. II MMH'Mirivllll. .. 1','idli. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL, nil: ri:i..-itn nt. V1 I.I.I AM HOW A III i TA IT. of ( Hilu Kin: n-i: ruvfll'i.-ir. .tA.MKSS.SIU:i;.M.N.ol New Y.ttl;. STATK. i (ii: in (.I'.ur m pi mm: eot-iir. W.M. 1. POIM'Ki:. or All.-nltcny. Diyruicr. roi: cuMiiii.ss, CIlAlil.KSC I'li.VIT.or SiiMiifli:inri:i. roi: ct h;m:nii:, SAMUKL V. Hori'OlMi. of Ciii Im.ii. COUNTY, nil: i:i:i'i:ii:n r ti vi:. V. K. I'Klill A.M. of .Mi.linl Pleasant. run mii:i:ii r. M. LICK 1 ". I ! A M AN, oMloneMlalc. run I'liuniuNiiTMiV. nr.. wallaci-: .i. r.Ai:.i:s.i.r iviiin. run t : i . ; i k i r.n ami im i oioh-.ii. ALI'liliDO. ISLAK K...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

War Veterans And Pension Legislation Republican Party Wholly Responsible For Caring ; For Old Soldiers. BemocratsOpposedAllFriend ly Aid A Damning Record Taft Great Friend of G.A.8. ' ' The Republican party has Just cause to be proud of Its pension rec ord. With the aid of patriotic men from other parties It waged to a suc cessful conclusion the greatest war of modern times. It has never ceased to honor the officers and men who composed tho victorious army. Every Republican President elected since the close of that war had been a conspicuous offi cer of the Federal army with tho ex ception of President Roosevelt, whoso brilliant record in the Spanish War is a matter of just pride to tho Ameri can people. Republican Pension Legislation. Republicna legislation for the old eoldler, his widow and his minor chil dren has been generous and bounti ful. The invalid pension law of July 14, 1SG2, and the dependent law of Juno 27, 1890, are monuments of Republican achievement and boar witness ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

NIB. TUFT GAVE LABOR ITS RIGHTS THE THIEF AND THE DOG I WHEEI WHEELS WILL GO ROUND I ip tact k pi pnirn 10 B ni I 9 bhbU I klii Defined Them In the Phelan Case Beyond. Successful Attack and Blew Breath of Life Into Sherman Law. SO SAY MANUFACTURERS. TRADE UNION'S BEST VEAPON 1 Handed Down the Decisions In Rail road Cases Which Fixed tho Principles on Which the Trades Unions Aro Bnsed and Which Made Them Lawful and Pros porous. Judge Taft's career upon tho bench will over receive its most Im portant reflection, in the popular mind, from the decisions affecting labor which It became his duty to . utter. That his services on the Sixth Circuit, in collaboration with Judge William It. Day (now an Associate Justlco of tho Supremo Court) and Judge H. II. Lurton. who remains on tho Sixth Circuit, In Illuminating the obscurities, defining the meaning and dlrcctlug the enforcement of the statutes, were no less Important, does not detract from the weight of his decisions concerning labor. Rnri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

s DEMOCRATS FOR TAFT Many Influential Members of That Party Refuse to Support Bryan. ft'ew England, New York, New Jersey, Maryland and the Southern States All Furnish Evidence of a Sweep y Ing Democratic Rally to Tatt and Sanity. That Toft and Sherman will have the votes of a very largo number of Democrats on Novembor 3d Is not romarkablo; It would be remarkable If the Democracy, Including in Its ranks many who aro eminent In busi ness, In the professions and In vari ous branches of Industry, wero united behind Bryan, who represents a plat form which alms to cripple business and Industry, and to paralyze every form of legitimate ontermiBO. Bry an's past has been followed and stud lea by thoughtful, Intelligent and 'conservative members of the party to which ho claims to belong, and tho result Is not favorable to Bryan. In the view of many Democrats ho has grown worse Instead of better, and Ills free silver folly of twelve years ago has not been Improved upon by Tils free1 trade, ban...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

SUPPLEMENT TO The Citizen, HONKSDALE, FARMERS ID RURAL FREE DELIVERY This Atfmlrtbla Feature of tho Postal System N Is a Creation of the Ropubllcan Party and to a Groat Degree Explains Why the Country People Al ways Vote It Back In Power. The Republican principle that the boncflts of tho public service should, as fnr as possible, bo extended to all classes and all communities without discrimination, Is conspicuously ex emplified In tho rural free delivery system Instituted by tho Postofflce Department during tho administra tion of President MoKInloy. That system was established In recognition of tho plain fact that tho farmer, liv ing remoto from tho nearest post office, is entitled to tho free delivery 01 his mall equally with tho business man rcsldlnft in tho city, and tho success which has attended its op eration affords conclusive evidence of its wiisdotn and utility. Tho development of the rural free delivery service is ono of tho most rcninrkable achievements of tho Post ofTlc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN I HatatSI9l5 FOUND, on Krle train, between Hawley and West llawlcy. Friday cvcnlnc a purse containing money. Owner may have same by calling at lleraMomce and najingfor this advertisement. tl ANNOUNCKMKNT. The eleventh annual ballot the Alert Hire IV. of Kart Honesdale, will In- lviii al Alert Hall on WtsltifMlnv evening, Oct.. l:K A general invitation is j cxleiuled. Tickets, 30 rent. In conneftlon li with the hall, the Ladies' I tmirovemein rietiesoF Kat Honesdale, t'llit. Cottage and Kivcr St will f-erve a sumer in the dining room ot the Hall, with nrM tame at in. Shujht t irfcet s, Xi v-ent s. t2 WANTKH. -Hferyhody to know that lr. li.Soldcn,eye.iglil specialist. orOnilMiidale, will lie tit the tiale. Ilonesdale, Kriday. Oot. i 2.1. ot tliis week, from KiHIa. in..unlil T.M juu.: i and at Hark View Cottage, Hawley, from 3.1M . P. in., until K.W ji. m. WK HA VK a large assortment of ladders on lisndf.irai.nlc picking. .WArM.atS ! 1 KOI! SALE oil FOJS i:KN'T.-well...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1908

White Mills. Orr. LMM. .Icntiio V'illinint, if Haw Icy, uan caller in town n Saturday ami Sunday. V had an exciting timcln'rc on Mini day iiHiminn la-t. lin.-lavc YVYick drno into town with a email pig in hi." w ag - on, which thttist it. muul through the crate and hit him. (hit--, in retaliation pae the jiij-V i.oM- a Kick, wheieiipon the horse promptly kicked (ill.", dun returned the hom'V salute, and a gen eral kicking match ensued, which re united in hoth luusc and man getting their feet entangled in the uhillictrcv. The horse llna'ly fell, and John llor liinger and I'r. I'.. I'.. U;tille ran to the help of the beast, when flic diftor sus tained a painful sprain of hi:? arm. Kverything was linallx sliiiightcntil out. howevei. and man. hor-c and iig slail id for I Ian Icy hut lilt if the worse for the shake-up. 'I he -ecu of the par ty was the tip of a whip w hilling in the "air. Mr. and .Mrs. William Lambert, of Amsterdam. N. V.. who havi'liceti i-il-ing at Ihi'homi'iif Mrs. Lam...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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