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THF ENTER PRISE, 'WEtWBfilMY. JANUARY 9. 189
. GUVfiNOH'S MESSAGE.
Annual Message of Governor For
alter, of Ohio.
Batlsfootory Showlnf of tha State's Fi
nancesThe renal and Benevolent In
stltutlons la Excellent Condition
Changes In the Election Laws Ree.
ommendeU The White Cap.
i Columbus, 0, Jan. 8, 1889. I
To the General Assembly :
You resume your duties under favorable aos
plcee. The year hat been full of blessings;
we have hud poaco. prosperity, health and hap-
filnesa. The Presidential contest has Riven u
ncreaaed conlliloiici .i popular government.
The questions Involved were of commanding
Importance. Thcv arouted unlvental interest.
All classes jntnod in their discussion. It was a
campaign of intolleot, '.ie dissemination of
knowledge with respect to the political condi
tion and Btulrs of the Notion was un gual.
The result has been oboerfulljr accepted by the
whole country. It is Just cause for congratula
tion and thankfulness to God that the first cen
tury of the existence of our government should
have been closed with such a crowning demon
stration of the capacity of our people to govern
themselves. We may well entertain bright hopes
for the future of America. The several
an unn u a. f ntnHlTTltMM
Held during the year hnve done much to spread
a knowledge of the history of our State and of
the origin and the character and growth of our
1 ....... mk.a VAUlkAMU.Illnll ftf ft Tl III
luaiibutiuna. .HWJ nolo Hiv wwaa v. - --
ber of memorable addresses; notably those of
'. an v -. U..flkH.nlU. Unil
xion. ueorgo r. nuar, ui m-B.-wiii.-i ,
JOUa itanaoipu .uca-r, ui .nKim" -lam
M. Evrts, of New York, and Hon. John
W. Daniel, of Virginia, delivered at Marietta,
in connection with the oelebrutlons held at that
place, lnlen sting speeches were also made In
connection with the celebrations held In Cin
cinnati and Columbus. At the former the States
Nebraska, and at the latter the States of Mas
sachusetts and Connecticut were represented
... . u i L'.Biitlv! and other
omelals and distinguished citirons. Aside from
their literary worth, these addresses deal with
Interesting historical questions, and present
Important facts and data of various kiwis In
such form as to make thorn peculiarly valuable.
They note the progruss aud achievements of
one tund-ed years, and set forth in admirable
man ei.rac.iv uuu", - - j-
You should cause them to be collected, edited,
and suitably published. They will make a
volume of great value and Interest for both the
prflHD.lllU ,ll u hid.
Among the records of the Executive office art)
many papers of groat historical value, connected
wlih the political history of the Bute during
the first century of Its existence Chief among
r among I
them Is the ofllolal correspondence with the
Executive department In connection with our
late civil war. In the Adjutant General's office
there are documents of like character and Im-
K rtanoe, Including among oihera records relat
r to the war of 1814 and the war with Mexloo.
a . a.. ,.. a.aka aa M nf nthjtr rlnnart.
AS Uay IIV lU-J nWJo sn a T ,
menu. Many of these documents, particularly
Ah.1. ..Mowinnanaa in th llfaVflmOr'a OfflCC. IS
bucomlnaT faded and worn with age. Muuhoflt
Is already almost Illegible. It will soon be en
tirely so. To prevent its loss you should pro-
TUB lOT IIS prcsajrtrniiwu t'j "'I J"'. '
publication of such portions of It as may be
. a 1 1 n iaka aif aitnlt ImiWirta
lOUtlU Upon SlBIlllllKUUU was aaa 1 - -
enoeBwAo Justify the same.
a. ... ' a ik. Qtta aaa Ctlw nf Vaa
1 no givircns VI sua Piaia aun v.j -
York, aided by the United States Government,
are making arrangements for the appropriate
celebration, at New York Ity. on the 'ih day
of April. IHhS, of the Centennial Anniversary
of the Inauguration of George Washington,
as President of tho United States. The several
Governors have been requested to appoint
Commissioners to represent their respective
RWaH OH Sll- invnwii - ,
therewith the following named gentlemen have
been appointea to reprcwut ouw, ,i . .waU-
r!7JlTr . a., a Rti.hnall. William H
STIDni O. H"l' -1 aaoa ... . . . "
Grosbeck, John W. Herron, Clinton D Fire
stone, Belwyn N. Owen and Myron T. Herriok.
Whatever aid may be neoessary to enable them
to suitably represent us in connection with such
aa Important historic event should be afforded.
aua aiHianil. flnNftfTinif
of the Bute has greatly Improved during the
last three years. On July I. 16, the public
and the temoorary loans that had been made
during the year, amountea w sue siun sn -,n
Iteonalatedef the .. .
: Aln imai i if. w mr " "
Ber annum, payable Deo. 1, 1HH. . (CMJM 1
Loan bearing SVs per cent. Interest
per annum, payable Dec. 1, IKjrj..
Loan bearing 4 pjj oent. Interest
per annum, payaRe July 1, line..
Loan bearing 4 per cent, interest
per annum, payable July 1, IHH7. . .
Loan bearing 4 per oent. interest
- . per annum, payable July 1, IbHi..
Canal loan, Dot bearing Interest. . . .
- a a 1 1 1 i. iV. faaaanlna tVtA aaneral fWV
AD SUUIklutl aw aaaa iv. .c-s - .
enoe fund waa largely ovc drawn, and the In
coming revenues that bad been provided were
nSVaUOItTIlt aU StotJ, aua m.a-aa.a. a-t-a--
that had been made. The annual Interest
charge at that date on the funded aeot, as
above given, amounted to ttlttll During the
. a iia.1 .aA taa tha-a Sal MM
pre ceiling years Ol ita-a aia n.via
a decline in the aggregate of the personal prop-
a ty of the stale on tne tax aupiicam iur -
atlon of a8j,im.l. It nsa neon a aimcuit m-
iter SO specs in Oiatu 1 1 u K vtv " . k7 - -
' tblurattons, and maintain our credit without In-
LT.l.. at., t..,... nf laaatlnn. It haS rS-
kraaslac the burdens of taxation. II .has l
JDUirSU SUV niOBS riBlU bwiiwi.ii na. -
12 a.., a . a ...Mn.(aan nf thn AntflMi
rnUVIHI Bull TIKIIWI auBJ.iaia.v.
la every branch and department of the Biate
. . ana. . . 1 . kaaa haa. mnat.
f BroTrrntneDS. mi
reSUlta BITS uwa ana.
. I n .
rallfjln(r. Payments nnon the principal nave
reduced Ihe debt until tbe toUl amount of It
. . .mn. a. .a I .ala h.a ka.B aafnariai.
Into bonds bearing out s per ceoi. inwr ii
annum, ins iui.uwihk v
funded debt of tha Bute as It now ailsta. vis.:
: 1 tn 111 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 : i
i 3 -
- - - - :
S o3o o 3 3o3 3 as g :
s 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 : J II
The annual Interi sl i-herne on the funded
. .. ...L.bi.ial....- V.i 1 1 .Ol .VA Tn -Kai-t
OflUl Ol HLOHI in nun ... i-t. . ..
the financial operations of the Stale dnrini the
last two and one-half years show a tnt il irduo
Uoo of tbe prtnciil by the sum of II. 1-4,144. 19.
and an annusl savlnR of i.t4 ta one
Item of Interest, without any Increase what-
a i.a ...a nf t . a ui Inn and aa 1 1 him L
BTST VI nm a .a. w. ' -
any addition to the revenues of Uie Slate ezoepl
. . 1 . . V. 1 W a... aaa. .a tmA fmnl th m nil.
Ouly WIBinU VU un I'.. na " - " "
ment of the law for the taxation of the liquor
. M A I Arts t. S - a W- --la islUU
trftmO, pUICa OH WV Will usj US nrvii, snrsn.
At tbe urn Ura, ItavdeoMne la tbt cur.
OI aw ytsimwmt 'J .7 r Z
for Uiattoa bu br.n itoppre, oa th (cn.,na
tha yni of I'M. IhH7 tvnd IKMH. It m lnoreM-d
from tb turn ol 1,1.0,0-lr,! for IH ft. to tl.TW,
00. 1 1 (or IKhk, or total 1ncir for thme
j a I n-u Vt IPV,. swsalilU la that iVsa UlatlAa
vearaoi iiiin .....
blnsbAttor flnincUl contlitton. to fr m Ht
fuDdedilebt li concerned, than It h beo ftt
oy Um duriw th iMt liy jmr.
AIl-F -isj yiiirsiw va -
Rlnkinn l-'und for the year m then IU r
main to its credit, a surplus of not less than
I m.uii. Tbe disbursements from this fund for
JIHBI will W l", ' n.annnaa
Inan due July I, IW0 USO.nno
Kor Interest on landed debt oKOO
a. 1 . -a au. Bk l-awwlllrilhla flahS.
IOr inwiM, vs nn .. . 1
Toward neetlnf this sum there will be In
.a an Ik. .Waaa aaa.lllUIBll InflllUI flf
Xna iTVIMUTj SUB .nj. a... .. ... r.
about IWAi.0 0. HeaoaltwIU be naoeasaryao
raiao try taxation for tbU fund oolyaboat
Ki7,onx. Kor this purpose a rate of tbrea-
T .V . . a. ill ill San snffanlMiA Vn.
ITDUIS OI OH BMIa, "in - - "
shoald, therefore, reduce tbe present rata ot
- . . in Ban k. aa.tn! h. nf ana
pTB-aenins Mt UK bbjmb , ' ' -
By doing so you wui fivw sn -
of the btuto Hie beuei'.t of ue lowest sot
luxation for the Bin img lund tliat baa been
levied since the present Conslllut un wat
adopted Moreover, this ledurt on oun be per
manently continued, since the extinction of the
d'btwillbe such that, oouriltd with the de
crease In the rute of lnturest alwve pointed out,
the revenues so derived will be ample.
During the year, the sum of 161, has been
collected from the United States government
on suspen ed war olalras, sod about tVJ.OOO
have been realized for th State from the taxa
tion of the liquor traffic. These sums have made
It possible to meet the demands upon the gen
eral revenue fund, but not without anticipating
eioh semi annual installment of taxes more
than hst been elthor convenient orp oper The
building and maintenance of the Intermediate
Penitentiary, the Toledo Asylum, and tho Sol
diers' and Sail rs' Home at Sandusky, together
w th the enlargement of other Institutions, and
the necessarily Increased cost of State govern
ment on aooount of our annual growth and de-
onirirnt. have lanrulv increased the annual
expenditures. It wlUconsoqu-ntlyrequ're care
and economy to herentter keep appropriat.ons
from exoet ding receipts.
At your last session, you appointed a Joint
committee to rev se
OCR TAX ST9TKU
and report what changes, If sny, should be
made in our revenue .a t. Their report will
bring ibe whole subject before you, and for
this reason the miit t r Is now passed without
further remark than to refer you to what has,
been said In former messages und to remind
you that the question is of suoh high import
ance that you can not -ford to ueal with ltox
sept wise.y and considerately.
Itil CO.NSTlTOTInlf, RKMOVAt Of PENtTKN-
TiAitr, as iTiitrom.
Threeothcribje;tshave excited considerable
attention that would be discussed here but lor
the fact mat yon appoinieu commutes a. your
laSS SB BIOU VI 1HVOBvIK:IvO vltviu iiv
propositions that have been made to amend the
liUUSll.Ullvlll, roillUfll mo van .......a.,. I
regmaie ii-usis. i us cnnnunuii renruru uj noa .
- . .... i V... 1 la IimM I
cnniui.iieca are uus yo niiuwu, uui . in n.. -.
that whatever they may be they are tho result
01 mucu invesiigaiion imu b.uuj tn mwi,
speotlve subjects, and that they should receive
at your hands a roost careful consideration.
IHI CANAL COUHlHIUBHa
Appointed under the act of March . 1WR, have
k... n....n.. ih.i. wnrlf w.lh irratlfvlnff sue
eess. They fouud upon Inspection and investi
gation that the six-mile or Paulding County res
ervoir was no longer of value as a part of the
canal system, and that It should be abandoned.
Having so acoiaiou. .uej cu-i ,
Htate they had appral-e I, and, after due adver-
lisemeui, ouurru lur aaiw a- uvv.wu "
est bidder, tor one fifth cash, the balance In four
amial annual Installments. With six per oent.
Interest per annum. In this manner, and upon
these terms they sola, ior too sum hi iiu.oio.oj,
nine hundred and fortvtwo and one-half acres
' imA n.. hnnfiM,i anil thirtv4even and one-
balf acres remain uusold, to bo disposed of
hereafter. The commissioner! navo uiauum
, large amount of property bolonglna to tne
ni.t. -n,,nK - whinh is not necessary for canal 1
purposes. In the possession of corporations ana 1
nrivata individuals. rnev nave iu uisj
private individuals. They have la many eases
secured an acknowledgment and a satisfactory
adjustment oi tne nguia m "
nations are still pending alth oihera. They
have also made rapid progress In the work or
surveying and platting the canala, re-er-
i- "i .a. rra..n aalll at an aarlv dBV.
vuira, wastMBa wtau. I . I
make a full report of their proceedings, in
which they will advise you an to their work
in all Ite details. What they are doing Is of
great Importance. Tney win nos oniy
a large amount oi va u;iuio irvi-oiaj t" ft
will give to the State a oomplete record of all
its property and iu title thereto. When this
has been done. It will be lime enough to oon-
iMaaahlhatn, Sill thfl State ShOUld dlsDOSC
of any part of Its canals. Until lhen.lt should
. . . , . . B . i .1 aha. K 1 1 a I n H aA
xoep ail it nas. in sun niiinu, - -
done on the canala might be largely Increased
bv effort In that behalf No raliroad would
think of doing without agents to solicit reJJ
and passengers, ii eaca wiiwuw " -a
commission on the Increase of business done
at his ofTloe each year over the preo"dlng vear,
i. jt ... - aannal vaaaillta WhllA
1SWOUIU BU UI.S11I "nw, B" . . -
the work of the Canal Commissioners h been
In progress the a late Engiueer, unuoi uii."i
from this aepanmons, nas ssssn - w")""-
. a a a.. a..L... nnrf mull. muttAir Of ftSO-
lOVenSUry W aaaaaju, .
ord In his oSloe, ol all the personal property of
ue tstate usea in oouur-i wun .m
such as dretlges, boat, shovels, hammers, eio.
He has Instituted a regular system of sooounts
with respect to this property, by which It can
. . r . ....tin ah .A iha Rtata
ne snown as anj luuunu, ' - . ,
owns, and where every article of It Is. and in
whose possession. It epnears almost Inoredi
ble that nothing of this kind has ever before
been known, so iar as can on usaruw.
necUon with this property. In the absence of
such a system, there wsa no aeoesstty for any
a - ..a A., .aalkla. It IA Altitaa llktA V
OH W iiwuu, nit alia..,. .... --
the Slate suffered from such a condition more
than anybody else, i ne maininnauw auvu n
system should be required by law. There eaa
not be too much care token to guard public
TBI board or rAHuuna
Rave done well Their work is of a dlsagree-
..i- ..a .U.i. akanalAa b' A W man HLlASd
aula aalU Bisinjaia.vu...... -
lor suoh a position are wilinr. without com
pensation, tO give IDC SlOW aim laiipur mwnaa J
to the discharge of suoh duties. It waa, tbere
fnM with aiiiflfiultv that aoeeDtable meo were
found willing to aervn. Quite a numberto
Whom It Was irnn-nw urciintju IBO WI1IW vnna-
sldering tbe Importance of the position, and the
.....ita ajuiMnnlUhMl and t1 bC aa-
eompllshed by a proper discharge of their
dnuea. compensanou buusiiu m
this Board, A full report of pardons granted
during the year Is herewith submitted.
Is In a satisfactory condition In every respect
rtnuoieiiy it na omu ni ""
rtnaaolally il haa been mora than self-support.
HIM uum'l sua yaaa. aaa. - -
Mnditures to tbe amount of l.,lh4t This
I L.,t.lna aaa. lilt has BOl bMn at tlaO eitMOSe Of
ibh'.;.. 'v " i , -.a Tha aanl.
sarv eonuiuoB w . - -
-ii.. i. a..n.ni..h urft and at the same time
I r I. - i, ... ... aalaatHaan .....
pnoe la wnii-iiia.il (wiivan -
the prisoners are well fed and clothed, never
overworked, and alwars kindly and humanely
- a u.i.BiiM hasa sknaH
'"T.Tj a lB...blnr m and ft WlM
conservatism In tbe granting ol paroles, and on
that aocouni in aimossw.nl j '"uj
oners getting the benent of the system have
shown by their deportment a proper appreci
ation of the opportunities thus afforded them
.. .. ..... Ka.il BaalaBmlnJ I hal I
for reiormmir ineir uu, ... .-
Uvea, and In this way have exerted a good In
fluenos upon all eligible to such favor.
. . . . a.- a. -nn nm I niinlsnfMnU
tMlieVlDK I uni -u .
bmullia and degrade both tbe punished and
tha oBeors who adminlsier them, without any
adequate compensation' benefit, the cat-o-
U1C Sreal mila, nana i-iw,. n ' "
the ducking-tubs, all InstrumenU of torture and
relics of barn .nsm, nare inron
... .t . iikmii fran.1 until Aheill.
solitary oonniicmwii n .
snce Is yielded has been substituted as the
. " 1 ,k. in InHkntnal Tha
theoa has leen pmoeeded upon that no matter
how much o' a criminal ona may be, there
la tn him an element of manhood which
alwavs be appealed so. wim wurw ,t
auooesa. when ha Is In tha helpless
nnndition of a nrlsonf r. The result has been
encouraging and gratifying beyond the most
sanguine expecwi... . p-- --
lallona 01 toe ruira sun ib".
orison for which deductions of time are made.
. . .. . . . t I I. lannt hall llnOmBSUft
SI SU WUICU Bl nnvm - n. a T" .
from one hundred and twenty to one hundred
and seventy-five per month under former ad
ministrations to but from twentrBve to S ty
.v . t-1 1 ika e..t si nf InfrallAntl. in
eludma ihoe of a minor chrrt--r. of which no
iffbtv dlty under former Klmlniitrtton, 10
I ai -1- Am tisla Unms dsvi thut a
I rum iuur w su - - -
re none, tind tenoui Infnwllon re very rar
Irnoeo. Tnii improTomon iu mw oi-.
Of tho pritoner hw bad ft oorreiondlnf( Ira-
provemont In tha oomluot of the urdt and tho
w . - it.. In.lltnll.in Thdl IlntLM.I
. . a t u...a e fcs a Rnri HAWsril
7 . ' , J l at.- ItnlLul U I alas In rhtih
UIO pniODI IB WO WHSirvj-a uss. -
. . r n n a . m n - ana ainHnail VI 1-sf
sounoed this to be tbe eletnait aud beat man-
aemtaod alio the oem ninciiiiin-i. w niu.
. . . ..ui iha Unsn. lit Man.
1 sk. UJ.Hl.n anil nth-V ft ftt.' i al ft. for th
BMT f"rVt VISw V V mi VSV tS asiU V W - n nv.-- -
fl.t.ttftndeflicier.cT ther bare dtiplayod U
lam aiMJoarKo o- uuron.
..' . .HL.I.il..laa
a suit rig!!!' Atl HI1HH
inmatea are being reoelved mm rapidly aa ao
eommodatlona eaa be pTortded for th-ra. Th
report 01 toe iraaruoi irusiwB wl(l iumj
iieedtMl to enable them to oomplete tbelr work.
Tbla U ao a en amy. i m pvrtuiw onun w
. a. Msssma tha srlalit nf stuI lttlii
isionarKv tm wu .-jv--.sw r
and dollar and oenU whlob tha people owe to
tne Bien 0 W UCIWUWTU iir in-ill ytwramm a-i -
On tbe rib day of Aufurt, Ibm ihe following
tatate waa enacted by tb ConreM of tbe
n .a a oM a. --l.l alii Sa Cl aa A fPkwtAtfrtm.t
Arl AJ winwiiuosm 'a.-" '
hotnea for tne anpport oraiaaoieaaoiuienaua
allot of tbe Untied Btatea.
. j s. .iw O a ats4 tlaHaa avS
Om It sIDbCVCKI W"l nrnwtj anu ssnu-w va
Reprtnenutlvee of theUnlt-d Rtetetof Amer
- r. ..I-.S rn..t all Blalu ivs
1 tJITl wOTlVjB WUIVU USVW wauHBHsrsi, Vt whisw
. s A-a-wil-k LI ft a a kimaa sVtaa Am.
nail OtnTlVSjr vlKr' - cvm mw
bled aoldlera and aallora of tbe United fltaiee
wno aerreM in mm wmr vi w. nnr.uivm.wr iu .
siMwiniia va whn ftr illublsMl b atfft. dlMIM.
'L - --4 lk, . anjih ll.Kil ia
are inoapabla of earn ing a Urine, provided euea
aiMHIIlfcy WM m incurreu iu wi v aaiiii
Im Unilod States, abaU be pftld for erory auok
disabled soldier or sailor who may be admitted
j -- i ... .v. w . . . ai.ai vnfja nf nnA
a IQ GSn'U 1 TIB BUUU UUUlV U "w a.-".
h ndred dollars per anuum. The number of
suoh porsonsforwhoseca'eany State or Ter
ritory sh ill rooive the said payment
nudur this act shall be ascertained
bv the board of managers of tho
National Home for disabled volunteer soldiers,
under su ih re ulat.ons as It may presenile,
but the suid St tie or Territorial homes sba I te
, -i . - l n iha rnsnnntlve
c...... t, it. i,.xa.itiata nA th board
ObaiV WT lOlllludMI UHMHI.iv". a.
of managers shall not have nor assume any
manaement or control of saiu bmii or inrri-
. . . ana.. a......l al MiiaMN fit U1A
wnai DVIU-I I no uuaiu ti 'n-' - -
National Home shall, hoever, have poer to
. . i. . . a ri- ...i i v. . 1 1 hnmaa tn-
nave utj aaiu oiawo vi i?mwi.a.
spooled at snob times as It may consider neces
sary, and shall repor- the result of such In
spections to uongress in in smiu i"h" " .
Sue. ;. That the sum of two hundred ana
fifty thous it.d lo:ia'S, or so much thereof aa
m .y be nvtva-ar.'. Is lierei.y approprlited out
.a" i - . v. . n.,t Aihnrwlaa art-
Ullllj UlUIKy 111 111V aiuianu.j ' . Ll
p.ouriated. to ca ry out tho provisions of this
. . i ... ,l. c), ... T'urrl tir l
a, tw u uavuiun a hi . -
I - ... .11 ... Anurlairlv hV the Said
bo ini of nm.itt,;era for tl.o Nat uual Home for
disabled volunii ers to me olilocrs of the re
speotlve Ftutc jrTcrrllo los entitled, dulyau
thorliod tu rocui.e such luyments, and shall be
. . .i ...a..i Ana fair thai
aooouutea ior us are mw iiiiwii'"- -support
of the National Home Ior disabled fol
. . . a ,U.Q
Approval! flu;ni .1, 1.3. ,M
1..- ,1..... AaL.ha Id 1Rtft. thft
iy uir uuir iw.ior u'ia.n -
n- a -a .. ..a . KT.. t i....a.l ITnmM fflf
fioiru OI nilUUMU.B vl mo I.iua. .
disabled volu.iterr soKllers rave notice that to
entitle the Htule 10 ine uvnoms 01 saiu
would be necessary for some one, duly autbor-
. , . 1 a hnl.a.f nf lh KtAlaS
1S-H1 saorauiiau, w ik-o vu .-.., - --
the provisions of the act, subieot to the oon.
onions namea inerein aa vo -on rii
Oeneml Uovornmei t to maiie inspeollons, eto.
and that it would bo further necessary for the
Governor to names ouie ofllolal speolncaily
authorized bv the mate to receipt for ihomonoy
from the General Government. You should
enact tho legislation necessary to comply with
Da atfl.llartUfl niUI VflR Tff a BLIlf D
Has done as well as could be expected with the
limited appropriations thut have been made
a 1. mu.1.1.. -1 . 1 a,ka InrlnraZl tllM OalV
oral Assemhly to estaolish li was. that with the
aid given at tue outset It would become seit
siistaining. Experience I1.1t ileuionslrated that
.... . V It al.nll tin heliMid
further It can not succeed. You should, there
fore, oarefully examine as to Its merits ana
, . " ,a .tla.l.. ar...piia ft aVlth tllA
euner auanuun is cuanviy, """b-
DI1I1U aT.yiuiu, ui f " ' - " -'
en..b.e It to accomoiish IU purposes. The Htate
can not afford to keep such an institution In
operation anu not property sustain i
aaifa avruan IManTI'TTONfl
a . . r. . . Hiikaai a.nanlL.n In an AZ
Wi mo maiD aio, 1
ceiient eou'iiviun. k uii iinuiw.aMa " --
In a detailed form. Is given In their respective
reports, and In the reports of the Hoard, and
the Seci etary of the Board nf Stale Charities.
an. . ..... lU.aa lain" ahll OlSt In
th, lune uyiUms of tweuty-llve Slates, ouv
B1.ia ni nhin ,ihitnnorta ofotherStates not oe-
1 DO BiailSllOB lurinwwn a.-.. "
the insane asylums of tweuty-llve Slates, out-
..... -1 .f.iita.Uislai ttnt rvA.
lng accessible), eitendlng from MassjcnusetH
u, Cakiiroru a. ana iroui iio
to California and from Wlscon.in to bouiu
Carolina, the ratio of recoveries to admissions
... .... a HI... aallA.rnaillhl 1. kW.rAS
IB a 1 .14 per U,. in, , aa.w v. '
number resident is a per cent, and tho per
a i . ... BtTKi-Jl ha, ann int.
i in the five asylums of Ohio, via,: Athens,
oaona coss 01 ma'afct-uauw, iiv.w f.
I Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, and Longview,
tbe average ratio otreoovcni-B w wa
slons for the year ro87 was sUJS per cent, and
a "a- .... a. .....au nnmhaa Mala
ue ratio Ol ueauia s" a.aiaaa . .... . ....
dent ; it per oent, while the per c .pita oost on
a. ....II. . an. An AAI-All t t flf flU-S
U u ui Uir Bckuaoy iu aajiui". - - - "
rent expenses, and Inclu.iing salaries ofofllcers.
eSO , WB f !' I I Wiliauaaa. .
These staltstios show that unio nas ue dwbs
. -a a. ...l..aa mnA tttaL AM SS
ByBHJIU til trcuw. pwii,h M
oompllshlng the best resulu In this field of duty
aou coaruy oi any dmwih m
ana HAlin AS MTATK Clf ARirlatfl
. . I . I , a. ...V mulll flat IhAtA aAAll
aS.rO OnVllltHt W an-u via.. r-
achievements Their kind and constant alten
len Hons to all branchea an 1 Ui parimenta of the
charitable and penal institutions and work of
.l - ' - - - I klakla tunnfl '1.1 A MllmT
soe aiaie nsis wrou
of the report of the Hoard, and the beoretary of
the Board, will acqnaint ou with the vast and
Important field of their labors, and show the
necessity for Ihe supervising power and Infiu-
anoe woicn sacy Bui'tiiy.
OHIO iiatiohai. ODARD.
Beretofora tha annual encampments of the
rational (luard havo bean by reiUmenU or
K.,i ihn nut Bear the whole command
bnf ude-, but tbe paat year tbe whole eoaunand
waa orougn. WR-m-r. wujwi .-v
Kia ii.a fiiffMntrit Artrmiiiziitiuna to beoonto
MnuKintrd. and tha officer to learn bow to
baodle, feed, drill nnd transport auoh a foroe,
Tbe retail were excellent. Over IW thoueand
men, reprewntinff inianiry, annioir
I aamn IT ayK nrtran IvatUMI
mTJ WOm VJTVJ in vshhh - - n -
vied with every other to oome up to the biffbeat
avanaara oi aiMipi.ne suu ajuiwicuvj
. j it,, .in.is.si iiaa ei I ha di-.ttm nmst
waa wiinooi ooudk .d iii.cs- - sa "-
' ... . . i s. .tv ! . .ail asrsnat sfai1lta.
able muiiary aitpmy -or uimuu su " -.
m. . . . . ;A el.aalt of tha -u.rd thfct With
ao little help aal nffonted tbtm, and with ao
little opponuniiy ior nnu suu ncnui m m
sk.m akiigi hMMtiN mn nrutteient In all that
MMUluie ubu wiuiam
wAii.Bi ur itfta m siiisns nr ki.hi n il in
a l -a I a. 1 am as a aassk MA InnirSS AllWlH
aoa rT3uiB vishiuu sa w gt-
. tsr . . talksl Ska a isa Hannsa haa
menu. Tn-m- -,..--
been ueh that the people would not willingly
0lpenO WHO MICni. I UVJ nu vui; aae-a-. vsw-
tlont.honet but orierly. They are worth ln-
a . -i- M-aa tv..H thaw rtl In ttmn. lkhor ina
UUIk-TlV UlUia W , - --v -
roonry. Yon should extend, with only buoq
mod in can on aa iny tm wsswrj w -i-Dropriate
appltoatlon, the provliion of the law
Ol Villa cuWBusDr ssww rHi.v.-.. " '
larger cltlea, to every f Ity of the Bute bavin
a popuianon bv uit im twi- a-
IU.U IL ril"lc saisa-viesssia x.ssasrwv w -
. . . . a. . VT. na ila.lsaav tha l- Ill-it
inav is ntMiot.. w vsb "-" ... - , -the
ballot will make oomplalnt on account of
any incrrawo. vwi ur mi.tvj-3 Vl iuwmo..iv-v.
. i l. ---..a a snek lao-talal li-n
ma. may mw uj t-- va .
It 1 immaterial what may be tho view of
other. tl , . .
In all IfjnMat'On wurninK muninpN
ment you are requested to bear In mind and be
-.4 ka tha svtassa a w nr.i-l1 nn Lh BUhteoC
fixing r-ftponiibiHiy, where the power of ap-
cointment should be loagea, eio.
nm vi vriiiMm im TnwNKHinL
an .i...,I4 Ka al.a aitsh sth nnsr In tttm SllMV
the Btate. shiuld be of opposite politics, as ta
'I Ots SUUI11U ai-w va. '
tlon law a to rrqulra that tbe two elerks. at
HV 1 IJU1I U IH WiMn-. naa ..wn
sot only be so conducted as to secure an honest
. . . ...a. all aa An I nllaan B II rill 1 11
to n t, out also to ipve BTry an. wiiimnnv- m
that result. Kor this reason no Important part
of the election macninery annum, m u- vn-w.
te tn tne nanus 01 omy vuw iwhuvbi sniaj.
b.rfrom "mU to'u-ri;-D .ooouni ST a
class of depredations eommlttad In other parts
Oftneeounlryont-ld. of Ohio is iv'olonoj
For a number of years past, the newspapers
UI Hnw" nn, -- . . . ,
the personal rtirhts of cltlana, by onranlsed
a ill I .n nlulin.th.mBnlVM '' itnll l.tlir. '
White Caps,' eio. surinf an saiB Fi nn. ,b
wu irratifvins to observe that no such out
breaks ooourred la Ohio. No oae believed that
any such organisations eilsted In thla Btalo,
and 11 law-abldma cltliens wondered why they
ahould be tolerated anywhere. It waa quit a
surprise, tnrerore, auenon sue dikusui i. ta
vern ber 18th, there suddenly appeared la
the town of Sardinia, Hrown County, near the
line ot ttirniana inuniy, ubuu ui ui.i-dim-,
... .... ..ajnl l..n llilat.
Variously reporwa. aa numi-orm,. ,i..ni
Bfty persons, wearlne masks and calling tnem-
. lUkii. .1 vKaa Baavaitnaall tj Sh. Mania
SOITCB TIUIWV..I-I a. law f . '
dence of a bumble cltlten by the name of Adam
t-rK'S. wpnin lunjB iiy . "' T. a ..w
bsok from hit bed and house, and whipped with
i . I . . h .. hananu h. hail nnt. SO far
. DUIUirCrV, I""" aaanna. "
as any cause waa aaslirned. in some parlloular,
IVai Or imaKISUSry. IWU " WWJ WIB.iaiaan. -a.
ahoald. It waa a sUrtlms crime, calculated, If
. a a- a. ....k.1l..a.B taa I n UI . nanllt
Blioweu w B" aiiiii-i "a-". ' ' . V . '
auread of suoh piwtiona. a shameful dlsirace
. ... a- A -1 . . ..I. Ba MAn.akal nil
SO OUT US Sal .UU. UI.llal.WIIJ. W Ulinnia...u wana
general demoralisation and dlsrrnard of the law
and tne eaveuiiBD-ta i-kbi sriuuu.B mai nmnt
ods for the redress of niieranoes.
AH MVeBllKBUOa miuiWUl SClf lllBklBUMna,
by which It waa disclosed that a regular onranl
satlon had been formed of a secret, oath bound
. . . . V. a aaa Ina mamllllllSIl, Innlltlta
snsnxiHiri wi.m n - - i-. -- -
nir in Its ranks some prominent, respectable
BOO US (Hill .I II I W U I vi nn , aun a., na auaj ..via,
proceedlnu upon the theory that tbey would be
etronx enunith to take tha law Into their own
bands, ueiy tha tooal authorities and brine
rinisecntlons acalnst their members to nauiht
f attempted. Tne declared purpnaeof the order
was to protMit soei-tr from petty crimes and
misdemeanors tor whloh. It waa eileted, tha
tedious and espenslre proces-ss of the law af
forded so ad -quale relief. It waa manifest that
the organisation must be broken up at oeoa.
Hut It Fas dlOloult to asoertain who Iu mem
bers ware, and to command the evldenoe aeons
tary to support a proeoutloa and secure antv
. . . j a. . W k I ,Ua aia.al.at la.
KlSlOal. ntfUn. WIIW WWIWIiaian. Ml B
WQUIU HV IUWI1U WMW WJWlu , bbwii aa , biivuh
starve-s, actual or promised. Induced to give te
tlmony hat would Implicate any fellow-mam.
ber. Passing over details. It waa Anally deter,
mined to aoerpt aa better than the uncertainty
of welting for testimony, which otherwise
night never be obtained, aad tlata resorting to
legal proceedings, with the uncertainties, da.
I-.. .V n.aan.ana .IbI.W. attsmdant Lh-rSOa.
the following agreemeal. which was signed by
anembera of lb a order aa S satttotaeht of tha
WmWI V..BUI, BHa.1 ......
We, the anaersliTTied tnambers af tbe enfaa.
laavMIB snsws aa n bin Mfai s. .n.
and bind earaelvea to proeura the Immediate
aiBOaBUIDir Wf WW III Bl, aal a B1VH , Wflaa, -aaa.a-
Uar promise aad agrae that lb ere shall be ae
more raids, whipping, toreatealngs, Intlntifhv
tions, terroritlng, or other violation of law of
ana ialnrl k.lua-M ha ..IH ntKaanisatlnA aM
the members thereof, aotlng either together or
1 .1.. ... . tkat If thta
VI'AIAWII Bans, wa 1 UI kllU I aWlam. aaaa.. ..
stipulation on our part be violated by any mem
bers of said organization, who may refuse to be
controlled by us. we will. In suoh event, do all
in our power so give inioroiaiiuu suu mj an. uv
officers of the law In bringing them to Justice.
"To all who In good faith sign and Keep the
above agreement, the State hereby promises
Immunity from further proceedings against
In pursuance of this agreement, the organlra.
t'oi nas oeen permanency nisoanciea. anu uio
State has been put In possession of all the en-
. .... a. . ... .....l.alnna .hnlllA
aentMB laBU-JBSBry SU IKSUID UUIIVIWi IU". n..v..aa
mere oe any necessity 10 rt'sors w uin wm w.
ini mail nuu navt, BI)IIVU BUI ubivuu.u...
sufficiently responsible in charao er, and finan
cially, so maan lunir guarauiev sitan iaF hub
w 11 be observed perfectly satisfactory Their
names are withheld only because ma'ilng them
publio is not calculated to promote the puhllo
t or some time after tne wn'pping oi neraoB
there appeared from time to time newspaper
nroonuts of other whippings by Wbl e Caps,
but there was no truth in sny of them. Since
ine ueraes incninns sneni nas ucoh uu "'"'
Eine, no raid, snl no threatening of any kind
y the White Cups or anv momb'r of the or
gtuiitatlon. At various places throughout ihe
Slate t -ere nave iippearcu wnut are popuiany
stylet. "White Cap notices," but in every In-
.i .d.k.niliaa V. .... haan truffl t a their
orgln-and In almost every Instanoe this has
. j ., . i ... .A . 1. . ... Iu. . . n
ooen nons inev nave oeen lounu iv ua.w
the wiwit oi euner pra -iuai loKors or un
mlnrled Demons acting uoon Ihcir Individual ro-
nontlb lltv. without onnn"ctlon with anv kind
. an .MBnl.nl nn annin fit nMAT. B. 11(1 11 all R!
sumea tne nnme oi wnim t.aps umj "
ntirnnsn of sSel'erinf themselves from liability
for their offenses.
The criminal law rvpllrsnle to suon osri
should be amended. Ci. tier the law, as It now
I ... n aan.1 O.an nn.. , nl In. lint fltP cHmO M"-
cent In the county where the crime Is allegod
to nave oeen commuted, rseiiuer iu s u
aiitAri ha nmu-ntHn avnant In the eountV WhC'0
inuicvru, or an atiKiininif cuuuiy. a-s. a nn
.1 ....... -1 . ....... nn tha anhlAAt Ib Mn-
. .... . 1 . I . ... lln taaailll
Duumiuiiuufli uiu.iaiuii vu a..v - ---j -
cerned, there might be either an Indiotment or
a tnai in any county oi tne jumnui m a
without regard to whether It was adlolnlng t e
r"MlllVT WUC1B ,IID UrilMO BB, MIIIMHil"..
The limitation nf the statute It a wise and Just
one in an oruinary cases, out espnriuiiaiw .-.n
tne t-auining county jv-snrvuir um.,ci ......
Hi,h Ik. II ... nnnala Whlla nans hiafl tailfirnt
that Instnnces may arise where prosecutions
coma naraiy oe mane Biiccessiui wiw -Itatlons
in foroe. The law should be so amended
as to give tbe right to the Btale to institute a
criminal prrwecutlon and conduct it to the c'o'Jj
in any county oi tne juuituai ui-mv, m
the offense is committed, against parties who
mallolously destroy tho Slate's property, O'
Unliu luoumi.ij, a-'av-.'. ' r r .
violating the law. in such numbers as to mane
Itlmpractlcsble to Indict and prosecute tnem in
the county where they commit their offenses,
nn.. i . . . thi. al .hi mli.ht he nrnti'i'te 1
from abuse If llmlled to cases where so ord 'red
bv tbe Supreme court upon application oi tun
.... . ,a I- ...I. ... ....it ana that
Aliomey i.enerui. it i iwir m
aa. lllanaa fLanaanl arntllrf nnt BsU tnT SUCh ai
order, or. If be did, that tbe Supreme Court
would rot rrant It unless upon satisinctorj
evidence that it waa necessary to secure and
. - a. .A . . I a. tha Inaf nnSS
serve tno eiius oi iunnw, - -sunds.
It has been demonstrated that parties
may form organizations of such large membee-
shio. ana so pennesung su wim ui BArc.i
i. .1 ....a . na.na.a aaalnat tha laWB BOm
milted by them It Is Impossible to secure either
an Indictment or a conviction, and that In like
manner they may with Impunity destroy the
property oi too niam. ,,tsBiuii,iinai ,
Another difflcultv encountered In dealing with
this matter should be mentioned. It arose from
a lack of funds at the command of the Govcr-
i.l. a.B.1... a. aha. a.nanUM nf thn lit.
DOT Wltn wuitial aU tn aaia -1- - - ---
vestlgstlon. and other expenses necessary to
beincurrea. u Bransn-wims, .m.
polley, that be should be required, when sud-
. .. i I a ..At.- .n.h MnA-aannlM tit hllSS
Onniy nOllirVMIt-. nuiu . "' 'n
detectives or Incur other evpenses on credit or
adranoe tne money outoi nis own v,,
should be provided with hinds to meet such
ma 1- ... . n. 1.1. that tha RtatA Will
ever have a Governor who would abuse bis
I if .hnnlrl ha nmvlrifld Him a COn
iinnt ftirnl. to be espoarted by him la brhsll
0 tlx gtate on account of all such rustlers, la
,ch msnnrir as his Judgment and dlscroUon
privilege If he snouio ne proviaeu who w
judgment and dlicreUon
1 II B UVI O.UUI I"""'" " r M
i.in. iwm the Inennvenlrnce resulting from
:r:.,.ik,.i the Eieentlva. It Is
m..umiK difficult to Hnd for rent a suitable
hou The property I now oe apy la wel
iZ.A ..nnUi. wall finished, and wall
nn.nlain (-KnHSSJI tO the eUnKMO. I hSVO SO
ahort a lime to remain that I feel free, , as one
having no personal Interesv to recommenu
that It can. be sold. no denbt, without trovrbleor
10 SI 1. C..1 UOSnnia. Ml UIFUO-. - ' ' . ' 7 . "a"
. I I . .... Ul.la nn- I n, In I K ftlltir-l df
lOSBBnOUlU im Die- j . .
tire to build an eseoutlve mansion, or for ether
asoa wlsa to aispose oi is.
1. B. roHAsaa, Governor.
TOLSTOI ON MARRIAGE.
The Gloomy Roaalaa l'hlloenpliere Vlewl
or Komanue uive.
T otak tn write a novel, a romance
exposln? the) convenuonai tituaiou ui
, 1 1 1 ... i u i
mmnnl la love. 1 have aireaay written
It. but It must be turned upside down
ant mwrltton. It Is too much Of
treatise as It stands, and there Is not
enoueh of action In it. My object Is to
nn th Miir with horror at the result
5" UUIVofnantlc love an rlJJTyLS.
The end to which the whole story win
lead un will be the murder of a wife
by her husband. It will exhibit the
denravation of married life by tbe sub-
tin InvA. a fever born
-hl-h la born of identity of tcntiment,
I .. . a
similarity of ideal, the sentiment of the
soul. Upon that love, cnrwuan love,
brother and sUtor. it the
InvA nan hn trrtiftod It Is well,
LAI UIN V v v W . . -
but the former not tne tniior, " suo
first condition of happy married mo,
iforflln ne peasants teach US a lesson.
J s d M nBSAn.
M. UVJ ------ -
tto love as a disease, temporary and
painful and dangerous, witninemno
L. in ! maiia under Its Influence.
Horrstaten, who marry by the drawing
of lots, are wiser tnan we. vur .jr.i-u
ls the worst poesmie, anu mo
to carnality are directly calculated to
resultin tho depravation of matrimony
Not In ono case out ui
..mBniln InvA result in a lueions
UUtTB ICUlBii - --
happy union. The young poopla whose
lives Ho in Oinereni, oruiie
toeother by thin evanescent passion.
They marry. or a month tney are
i fms sa Haan
1 . , Than thnviiata each otbet
for th rest of tholr lives, spending
tholr time in paying homage to tne re
spectabilities by concealing the truth
frm thlr neighbors. It mnet be so.
If Anna Karenina naa marriou w
the mast have abandoned him like
wise. Komantlo love Is llko opium oi
" 7 . a . 1
hashish. The sensation is overpower
ing and delightful. But It passes. It
la not in human nature not to wish to
renew tbe experience. For this novoltj
Is Induipepsable. So the wife betrays
her husband, and the husband Is false
ta his wife, and the world becomes ons
. ..' , T ... , -nun Via SSOi
wide proinei. t wiau -j
of ill to the real nature and traglo oon-
sequences of this substitution ol
romanUo for unristian iov-.
elearW-ohl so olearly-and when yoa
ieeTaihlng which no one else seema to
M TO- feol yoa must gamer u ju-i
foroee and devote yourself to setUng
forth the truth aa you soe if Thla fl
pravailoa of marriage is all because
thrlsUanltf baa been a word and not
a tblnl. It will, however, be a reality
agalaWon.-PallMaUOasette. . .
Medicine (or Throat and Lung Diffi
cultly bat long been, ai itlll li, Ayer'i
Cherry Pectoral. It cure Croup,
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and
Asthma,; soothes Irritation ol the
Utrynx anil Fauces ; strengthens the ':
Vocal Organs; allays soreness ol the
Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, ,
even in advanced stages of that disease,
relieves Coughing and induces Sleep. .
There Is no ether preparation (or dis
eases of the throat and lungs to be com
pared with this remedy.
"My wife had a distressing congh,
with pains in the aide and breast. We
tried various medicines, but none did
her any good until I got a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured
her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the
measles, and the cough was relieved by
the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation In recommending this
to every one afflicted." Robert Horton,
Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ailt.
" I have been afflicted with asthma
(or forty years. Last spring I was taken
with a violent cough, which threatened
to terminate my days. Every one pro
nounced me In consumption, I deter
mined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Its effects were magical. I waa immedi
ately relieved and continued to Improve
until entirely recovered." Joel Bullard,
' Six months ago I had a severe hem
orrhage ol the lungs, brought on by an
Incessant cough which deprived me of
sleep and rest. I tried various reme
dies, but obtained no relief until I be-
5 an to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A
ew bottles of this medicine cured me."
Mrs. E. Coburn, 19 Second St., Lowell,
"For children afflicted with colds,
coughs, sore throat, or croun, I do not
know of any remedy which will give
more speedy relief than Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. I have found it, also, Invalu
able In cases of Whooping Cough."
Ann Lovejoy, 1257 Washington street,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Matt.
Beld by all Druggist. Price $1 J six bottles, i.
i?tLet us reason together.
Alwavs carries a full line
I . .1
0f al elnSSCS OI gOOOU.
I It Kf-llla f'OOllR US CI1I
It eeilH gUUUS U Jticu
I 1 " a
I ... . . i; tr Cftnnn
Wltllin It rilUlUS US HHCTU
miles. It will duplicate pat
fpina of Anv other dealers
I iilU -.. ntli. mnnv fllftTl
i ouuiim-n aj.
It pays the very
, . , ,.:,. r,1P lmttcr. CfTfTS
IllpllaUH'l...' ."' - ; oa
hides, poultry and country
nrodiice. frenerallv. It stands
by the iarmcr ana proiecin
. r . . ... i i, l
ms inierebi8 uiiu hhivb mo pa
tronage lecause he will be
benehtted by doing Ins trad-
. . .
v t .inflo. AnA delichta ia compe
Si.:... Tt..nrnru ,a .natntrinra
. tlirectio and all
,. . M -rr. :fa w,n .ra
I - .. ... . ,,
. ,rs,ri pn .11
J. IVLdOLLIl,' IlldlldgCI .
DR A. E. ELLIOTT.
UU. Xlv. Aaw.
-WILL B AT
mm Bouse 9 Wellington. 0.
From U a.m. to S p.m.,
-rA ThnrsdftV Of
I 1 fle IHITU lUlUBUOJf W
- mntlth. for thfl
- MfJ AMVsM Va tm was '
nmnea nf trAaHnir
puiiiwvus v-.v,- D
I , mmm
A Core Gnaranteed for every Caieoy
Cly' Orpfl YI Rnltri
Clj Wl UIIIMailll
rln..ua iVi a TCTaaxI PaiMfffla. At.
IftTf Tnriammaa-ion. Heals the Bona,
aaa- . a a a aV fTI a n Dn. nil
tsomonm tne pwaw wa aww) ..n.w.i.
A tartiele Is IWd iBteea-a-nsstril a4
Isaeisealsla. rrV-a oOa. at I-"la mwbf
i mmmil. MLt BKOTUJ-l-tMS Wasiaa W. JW Tesrlh
We are now makintf easy terms and ei-
eedinply low priced; also show the floett
stock ot Pianos and Organ- in the Slate.
We are tbe Northern Ohio Agents for
Decker Bro'a Pianos.
B. Dreher'i "
Kranich & Bach "
Newbv St Evans "
Worcester and Loring fe Blake's
New Organs $8.00 per month.
.Vrile lor free catalogue and Information.
B. DEEHEE & SONS,
W Superior St., CLEVELAND. OHW
I believe Plao's Cnrs
for Consumption saved
my life. A. li. Dow ell,
Editor Enquirer Etlen
ton, N. C., April 23, 1887.
The BF-rr Cough Medl
eine Is Piho's Curb fob
take It without objection.
By all druggists. 2Sc
W? ;sr- I J .K-.tf.'J::
Who has a ojwm . Lrrrr :s v r.i once ia prop
means to core it- Tho f nation tbe Lirrr is dB
sianed to pcrfonx, and tbi rryular ereeultsn
of which vU-ncndsantouly thersiwral btalthofJJ
body, but th jiow-rs of the inwiarJi, iJowwOt,
Jlpn In, and tbe whnle rarvo-js srrtira. sanwt4U
Vsst ana vital uiafnutanub to haUAaa bsivh.
should run t!it rislt for a -Inclt iky of ncflwt'ji
tills Importrpt o-y in, ba . lnulii pruiuiit.y (, a i IV
of lr. C WilJirn,. Cvlobrnlat- llvor VU!f,
msda by i LCliLS'U 1'itDS., Pilislairjti, I'x, ailv
so accwdin to vliMct.i us thy will cire Tot
promptly and r iwirr.t'y. AnaiuA t .icb box is J
wrapper glviiiKfull cU rHlonvf tl"! srjititciaa S.
adiieisoo ialrnr. l'hsycan telicJui unitst.
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
IVORY POLISH r$MlE
Pkrfumu the Breath. ASKFonrr.
Bill. aaaa Hl-n. T A Mat BM.flfl BBafaTalV tlS
Jl DUB S " J V." na a " "- .
stoo them for a Msne, and then have them re
turn again. 1 a- A RADICAL CLH.
I base Btaae ue aueasw si
rrrs, epilepsy or
A life-long sswty. I wnAT my remedy to
. . . . . I . .. . ur.a Alh.rfl S..S
tyTSS MS WIXll m-Jn. iar .u
failed Is no reason fur not ..ow n living acara.
bend at once lr a traattae and s J'naa Bottlb
of my lnrf.LiBLa kis.of. O'va Kxpreas
and Post Oulre. It cosu yon nothing log a
trial, and it will cure yon. Address
100 CIGARS FREE.
r.XTRA BOI.IIMT Ol rr.R. To rapull:
tmrutluos oar new "fmrn'r trr-" clsar. Wi
will. If urstared at once, fjeilwrr la-Sol them. I
boxes of Ml curare each VRKK In anr Post oi
KipreaaolBca In the U. S. Also mmm yeara .k.
eerlSI-as postpaid to Texas Blltlnga upoa r-
alarllluetraid Mpaae Journal. Writ name ane
postofflae sodress plainly. Heailt by racists red
mall or postal note and adrlresa at mmmm
ft. W. TANSILL CO., 6S SUU St, Chicago.
Salvation Oil cu" wlaTsIt
I'ssPARKKR'a OINCBR TONIO Knh' -taT-
fi mi r-a rrsl t tm won emmm of lig h, W mJ. Lu nr , A t h m.
imiuri-iuoa, inwra i iim. Mnawia-i. ni.aitis.. iw
h hem trval lam, mW HmksMs maA ftll palM nt dltv
the safest, ssu-at aad bast eara rorOorria, Bosfci,-.
Sli-nB fall psia. Krunuas enolf urt tn lh- t -rt, Hn-er IfaUS
Woura. ISseatoatUcungfs Uisuuxaoa-U. .
PIANOS and ORGANS
A tlMrouthlv tested and wtolfaMtMpmsiaratlnt
lor arreeUfig fermentatioa, enabling one to ban
fVh, spark litig oidfn t-Myar arrmnd. Ilaabeaaos
tha market six yaara, and la lodorserf hy tlmu
aiKts wno bawa lwwmI IV. It lavinxiglily c iar fins, aa
bn parts ao foretga taata. Hit up la boxes d-aigt.
d for t and SOfralL paekagea. reulllngat aiao. .
10 eaa. Bold by flf-il-rs, or snot by mall oe rneeti
atprtoe, INHAN H l,l'ugLourialUrsa,,
8old by P. D. Felt