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THE SPRING ELECTIONS.
A Light Vote Polled Throughout
A DerMeilly Disagreeable Day Marina; Its
Quirting; Tendencies Municipal and
Township Contest! In Ohio.
Cincinnati, April 6. The tout vote cast In
this city yesterday was 40,018, a fulling off of
6,767 from tho voto of last spring. Esliclby,
H., has n majority of 6,786 for comptroller
over Vincent C. Schwab. For board of pub
llo works Frank A. Tucker, H , has n majority
Of 5,082 over Chas. It. Chcsley. The balance
of tho Itcrubllcan ticket was elected with f ow
exceptions ranging down to 2,675 tho lowest.
Boventeon out of tho eighteen aldermen woro
elected. Mr. Hefcnbenlck, It, appearing to be
defeated by 8. R. Smith, D., by 40 majority.
Twonty-ono out of twenty-flve councilmon
wcro elected by tho Republicans and eleven
out of tho thirteen ward nominees for tho
board ot education.
Ct.KVKi.ASD, April 6. There was consider
able cutting on ward candidates, especially
coi'iicllinon.ln tn-Uuj 'selection. TheDemo
crutlo candidates wcro usually pledged to
thn Sunday opening of saloons, and tho He
publicans, with one or two exceptions, were
oppoxt-d to opening. A spirited fight ho
t con tho brewers and saloon-keepers on one
Bide and law and order pcoplo on tho other
wni tho it-suit. Tho Indications now (at 11
p. in.) lire thnttht Hopubllcans have elected
their cltv tlckft by at least 2,000 majority,
ami that the" huvo secured n majority of tho
board nr councilmon and board of educa
tion. The election passed off very quietly.
CoLUMnus, April 6.1:lii A. M. Too election
passed oil iju ctly. A light vote was polled.
At this rltlng nlnetoon of tho twenty-seven
precincts In thl.i city have bcon heard from.
Lust ycarthc Kcpubllcans had 993 majority in
the RRino precincts This year they glvo a
net Democratic gain of 60, Indlca lng the city
will go Democratic by about GOO. So lar as
beard from tho Democrats tint o gained thrco
ARnoN, April 5. Only about a two-thirds
vnto wsb cast to-day at tho regular spring
election. The ofllco of police Judge, recently
created, and tho law for which Is In question
as to Its validity, headed tho-tlckct. YYm. An
derson, tho Republican nominee, and tho man
who struck with the Knights of Labor at J.
F. Selberl ng tc Co.'s mower and reaper
works, was elected to this office on tho labor
Issue, having a majority of about 800 In tho
city. The Democrats elect three councilmon,
one each In tho First, Fourth and Fifth
Wards, and gain throe members of tho board
of education. In Doyloston, Wayne County,
tho Democrats carry the corporation, with
mavorand school board, and the Republicans
elect marshal, treasurer, clerk and three
Alliance, April 6. Tho election In Alli
ance was very hotly contented. Tho town Is
usually llei-ubllcan by 300 majority, but to
day elected O.M. Cowcn, Democrat, mayor by
107 majority over Simon Johnson, Repub
lican: also, R. O. Williams, Democrat, mem
ber of the city council, one of three to elect.
This is therlrst Democratic mayor In fifteen
Athens, April B. Yesterday's local elec
tion In Athens, which was wholly non-parti-Ban,
icsulted In tho election of the following
candidates: mavor. Judluh Hfunrins (rc-elcc-
tlon); mnrshal, Peter Kenstcrn aid (ro-clec-
tionli solicitor, J. M. wood: treasurer Cluy
McLean: clerk, C. It. Sheldon; street com
missioner. Harrv White: council. P tei- Kern.
George Kaler and U. W. McDiinlels. School
board, J. M. Wood and George Knler.
Data via, O., April S. Tho election hore to
day was quiet, ami resulted In the election of
the entire Republican ticket with one excep
tion, the first tlmo slnco tho wnr. Ri-porta
from tho county Indicate large Republican
Rellaiiik, O., April A. The Republicans
niucle a clean swocp of tho city and township,
a.' d tho first Republican mayorwas elected in
six years. The Prohibition vote for mayor
whs only one hundred, although one Demo
cratic candidalowas on the Prohibition ticket
also, unci dt'icntcd his opponent.
Bei.lk-ont.mnk, April 6. Tho election
passed off quietly, with all the Republican
candidates olootcd bv increased majorities.
The whole ticket will bo elect by about 600
Hucyhus, O., April S. Buci ' ii! voted to-day
'for Ihotlrst tlmo under a city charter, divid
ing ihe place Into four wards. The Demo
crats elected their entire township ticket, and
tho city is Democratic by over two hundred
majority on township offloos. Tho Republi
cans succeeded In electing their candid- te
for mayor. This was Matt Fulton, whose ma
jority is 08.
Cantos, O.. April 6. Of tho thirty-four
offices to bo filled, twenty-flvo wero captured
by tho Democrats. The Democrats elected
their oouncilmen, members of board of edu
cation and assessors In five wards, and the
Republicans got tho same offices In the olh-r
two wards. The main fight was on water
works trustees, tho Democrat electing both
their candidates for those positions. Tho
Democratic township ticket was elected
throughout, with tho excoptlon of assessor,
tho majorities ranging from 163 for Josoph
Trout for trustee to 603 for Charles W. Duml
ger for clerk. Tho Republicans elected both
of their candidates for Justlco of tho peace,
rtio municipal and township governments are
Ciulicotbe O., April 6. The weather waa
very d-sogrecable to-day, snow falling all
day ; yet a large vote was polled. The Demo
crats elected councilmon In the First, Sec
ond, Fifth and Sixth Wards, and the Repub
licans In tho Third and Fourth Wards. The
Democrats elected tho whole township ticket
but ono Justice of the peace.
ClltCLr.viI.LE, April 6. Tho munlclpil and
township election hela In this city-yesterday
resulted In the election of the entire Demo
cratic ticket, except one Republican council
man and one Republican assessor.
Dayton, O., April 6. Returns from thirteen
Srcclncta give Crawford, Republican candl
ate for mayor, a majority of 728, being a net
Republican gain over Forakers vote of 243.
Majority of Tciyman, Republican candidate
for water-works trustee. In same precincts,
678. Remaining precincts Democratic, but
not enough to overcome the above. Republi
cans have also probably gained a councilman
in tho First Ward, making a tie In council and
giving Republicans, with the aid of the
mayor, the organization or too council.
Defjakck, April 6. The entire Democratlo
ticket, with one exception (Ous Otto, Repub
lican councilman from the Fourth Ward), waa
elected to-day by the usual majorities.
Dklawaiik, April 6. The elections yester
day passed off quietly, the blgge t fight be
ing for counollman In tho Fifth Ward, where
Donahue defeated Mc onuld by 119 In a Dem
ocratlo ward. Ruck, Democrat, for mayor,
and Engard, street commissioner, und Miller,
Republican, for marshal, were elected; also
Moore, Republican, for board of education.
The Honiimlcana elected four couucllmen
and the Democrats one, '
Gltiiia, April i. The entire Republican
ticket, both corporation and township, was
elected here to-day by majorities ranging
from 100 to 00 votes.
Fostohia, April 6 Corrected returns of
the election held hero yesterday show the
election of the entire Republican city tloket,
with majorities ranging from IS to 445. Lon
don Township officers aro all Republican ex
cept Acker, Democrat, for Trustee.
Kiieuont, April 6. The election In this
city passed off very quietly, and vote light.
The weather was disagreeable, and both
tickets were badly scratched. Following Is
the result: Justice of Peace J.DIoklnson,
Republican. 60. Water-works Trustees J.
W. Moore. Demoorat. 155. Constables Jerry
Lynch, Republican. 294; John Donahue, Dem
ocrat, 104. Hoard of Education Henry Flag
man, Democrat, 134; Joseph Zimmerman,'
Democrat, 108. The Republicans elect for
oouncilmen In First Ward T, H. Hush. 31; J.
B. Vandercr, Third Ward, GO. Democrats
elect George Zelgler in Second Ward by 17,
and Redfield In Fourth br 6. Democrats elect
three of the four assessors.
aKHNFiELD, April 6. The Republicans
eleot their entire township ticket with the
exception of one Democratlo trustee. In the
corporation the 'contest was spirited for
mayor, clerk, marshal and council. The fol
lowing were elected! W. H. Irwin, mayor; J.
C. Strain, elerk; E. H. Ml ler, treasurer; Scott
Powell, marshal; M. B. Bhlmp, H. W. Wolfe
and E. H. Hamilton, council; James S. Mur
ray, sen., cemetery trustee.
Uhkknvilli, O., Aprils. The Republicans
elected their municipal ticket yesterday.
The proposition to vote the town-a second
class city carried. F. S. Oordon waa elected
Clerk In Greenville Township by over two
hundred majority, the first Republican In
Kan. O.. April B.-Large vote polled
James Work elected mayor by S5 majority'
the first Republican wai-or in eight .year;
Almost tho entire Republican ticket elected'
Kinton, April 5. Tho election passed off
quietly, but waa tho hottest contest ever
known here at a municipal election, the fight
being ou mayor und marshal. The Democrats
elect the-outlro city and township tickets,
school board and six out of eight council
Looam.O., April 6. The Republicans here
aleotod but one man on tbo township ticket
yesterday, I, N. Collins, candidate for treas
urer was elected by a good majority. A.
Btlnman. the Republican candidate lor mayor,
.ilrtiiil bvfie majority. The Kcnublloaot
alio fleeted a councilman and assessor In the
the.Thtrd . Ward. The snow-etona that aetln
about boob kept many voter at home. iTbe
Republicans lost one trustee and gained
Lombom, O., April 5. -Tho Demoorata here
alattas tk niln ticket, excepting elerk, who
comet out with a handsome majority. Fol
lowing Is tho ticket: Mayor, Geo. H. Hamil
ton; marshal, Chas. Magulroi elerk, Wm.
Ferguson; treasurer, W. H. Chandler. The
majorities ranged from 85 to 6 In tbo town
ship. Tho Republicans elect their entire
township ticket, with the possible) exception
of one trustee.
LovrXAND, O., April 5. Tbo election passed
off quietly, although thero wafl a determined
fight In both tho townships and corporation.
Tho following woro eloeted In tho corpora
tion, by tho following majorities: Council
N. VV. bishop, 22: Philip Hind. Zl; N. II. Pax
ton, 28; J. M. C. Ramsey, 02. Street Commis
sionerHenry Martin, 13. Sealer of Weights
and Measures Louis II. 8raeth, 4. The result
was victory for tho citizens' ticket over tho
Democratlo ticket. Dr. J, M. Crlley was
elected a member of tho board of education
of Lovcland, special school board.
Lovelanu, O., April 6. Tho full returns of
Miami Township show a large voto, and with
a singlo exception tho entire township Demo
cratlo ticket elected. Tho following Is the
complcto voto: Trustees John llnthorn, It.,
aw: P. S. Batch, tt,, SMI O. P. McQuIro, R.,
415; II. L. Wheeler, D., 440; .1. G. Armstrong,
D., 408; .1. II. lli-own, I).. 435. Clcrk-M. II.
Both. D., 457: E. II. Queal, It., .151. Treasurer
J.u. euioi, ii., 4411; w, M. sanford, 11.,
8H7. Constable OeorRO Smith, II., 370: R. T.
Martin, R., 451. Justice, or tho Peace John
Ringer, 1)., 448; W. W. Polton, 11., 308. The
majorities arc as follows: Trustees H- L.
Wheeler, for three years, 81; .1.0. Armstrong,
fortwo years, 80; J. H. llrown, forono year.
10. Clerk M. It, Both, KM. TrodsureiW. O.
Speldcl, 89. Coiiftnble R. T. Martin, 81.
Justlco John Ringer, 78.
Maiuon, April B. Tho Democrats of Marlon
elect their cmlro ticket with tho exception of
city and township treasurer, ono councilman
and two assessors, C. 1. Oiillev, nominee for
mayor and head of the ticket, was elected by
MlAMisBtmn, April 5. For tho first tlmo for
years tho Democrats elected their entire city
ticket, excepting couucllmen. C. E. Kinder,
of the Kttn, was elected mayor.
MtiniLETOWN, Ohio. April 0. General
"Scratch" had control of tho voters at tho
polls here yes tcrdav, and a result a con
siderably mixed ticket was clocted. In a to
tal corporation voto nr 1,21,0 over 000 tickets
wero scratcneu, una in consequence unnlsh
of tho count wus not made until six o'clock
this morning. Thos. J. Ward, tho Democratlo
candidate fur mnor, iiuido a splendid tight,
but was defeated by ox-mayor R. D. Honth by
n majority of 142, Captain Jacob SchalTcr
beat his Democratic opponont, Mr. Gu- Wel
brodt, by a majority ot 102 votes. John Graft,
the first Republican marshal of the town
since 1NB, wns elected over R. D. Hcndrlck
sou by 21 votes.
Moiuiow, April 5. Tho cntlro Republican
corpo ation ticket was defeated hero to-day.
Following aro tho ollleers elected: Major,
Werner Opes; council, David Hindman, M. M.
Recce, James Delancy nnd William Hcrmon;
clerk, James C. Hart: treasurer, Daniel Col
lins; marshal, David Relf.
Mount Vehnon, April 5. Tho election In
this Republican si ronghold passed off iilet
ly, a lull voto not being cast bv reuson of
an Incessunt snow-storm. The Republican
ticket was elected, but In some Instances by
greatly reduced majorities. Running, Demo
crat, was elected trustee of tho water-weiks
a gain. . '
Nkwauk, O., April 0. Tho official voto of
this city gives Waldo Taylor, D., 1,312 und M.
P. Smith. R., 1,400 for mayor. Hon id of edu
cation Chas. F lieu, 1,460; J. J. Huston, 1.646,
both Democrats; 8. J. Davis, II. . 1,187: II. D.
Murphy, R , 1,150. Democratic township trus
teesJohn II. Moore, 1.240: Finb y Stafford,
1,434: Robert Fulton, 1.348; Republican. Peter
Murphv. 1,511; R. A. Slilde. IJUCI; K. .1. Car
lisle, 1.272. Township clerk Wm. Lavln. D.,
1.5Y; Ed Vanatta, R., 1.412. Township treas
urer Oeo. Miller. D.. 1,612; Wm.H. Smith, R.,
i,.hb. i4)nsiuuies vv. u. miner, u. !,
520; Sam C. Hell, D., 1,648: J. D. Mitchell,
H.. 1,455; Dnvld Fockler, 11., 1,112.- 'iho
Republicans nlso elected eouncllmcn by mu-
Iorltles as follows: First Waid, Geo. Ideu, 2;
'Ifth Ward, Wm.Chrlstman.B: Seventh Ward,
M, L. Redman, 11: Eighth Ward, Carl Norpoll,
07. The Democrats elect councilmon br ma
jorities as follows: Second Wurd, E. L. Wcls
rarber, 11; Third Ward, Henry linker, 20;
Fourth Ward, Geo. D. Crasser, 20; Sixth
Ward, P. S. Phillips, 7. Tho following assess-or-
woro elected: First Ward. John Ather-
ton, Dem.: Second wurd, Addison Powell,
Hep.: Third Ward, W. M. Stool, Dem.: Fourth
Ward, C. Evans. Dem.; Finh Word, Geo. Mela
ter, Dem.; Sixth Ward, Jonas Manrath, Dem.;
Seventh Ward. Oeo, Galloway, Dem.; Eighth
Ward, M. Harrison, Rep.
Ottawa, April 5. Tho election passed off
quietly, und a large voto was polled on the
corporation ticket. The Democrats clocted
their citr ticket by an avorago majority of
08, and their school board ticket by 41 major
ity, and their township ticket by K0 majority
heavy Democratlo gains.
OxroitD. O., April 6. The following were
elected: II. D. Davis, mayor, H.; II. L. Kvlcr,
marshal. It.; S. C. RIchcy, trea-urer. It.; S. D.
Cone. It, J. H. Porter, It, W. A. Logue.R..
and Thomas Law, D., members of - school
board; Prof. A. Ueauguroau, It, Win. Hewitt,
R,, Wm. -Tucker, It, and Richard Hums (col
ored). It, momliers of council. In tho town
ship It was as follows: C. A. Shera, It, treas
urer; James Kennedy, It., assessor: Charles
Wright. It, clerk: (tscar Stout. It, Wm. Wal
lace, It, Wm, J, 1'luch, D., township trustee-.
Piqva.O., April 5. The election to-day was
the first slnco the redisricting, und broil, ht
out a large vote. The successful candidates
for council wcro: First Ward, Hcnr Flesh;
Second, Abram Christ; Third. Harry Fleming
and Walt rl.acev: Fourth, T. M. Asplnall;
Fifth, J. W. Nigh and Edward Roegncr; Sixth.
Ed M. Wllbco. Wator-works trustee, Leopold
Kelfer;city onglneer, C.Cllarni-tt: cemetery
director. Chas. A. Wood; school board. T. J.
Wiley and John W. Daniels. Township trustees-
D. a Stutter, Joe Defrees and J,T Cath
cart; clerk, It. F. Levering; treasurer. Sam
Zollinger. Council Is Hcpubllean by olitht to
four. Butvery little politics entered Into
Portsmouth, April 5. Tho only contest
here to-day was tho water-works and co o
tery trustcos. pne Democrat and ono
Republican, wcro elected by small majori
ties on a light voto. Tho Democrats Indorsed
the other Republican nominees.
Ravenna, April 6. The entire Republican
ticket wns eloeted by majorities ranging
from 25 on trustee to 138 on councilmon.
Sandusky, p., Aprils. Republicans carried
this city by 239 majority a. Republican gain
over the voto for Governor of 828.
Srnisci'iKI.b. O., April 5. Tbo spring elec
tion passed off quietly herewith a light vote,
except In the Fourth Ward, where thero was
much excitement, and where tho vnto was as
heavy as in general elections. The Demo
crats made heavy gains, and tho Citizens'
Fusion ticket polled a heavy vote, and sev
eral candidates on It were e footed. At this
hour It Is Impossible to say whether the Re
publican township ticket pulled through or
not The returns are doubtful, and It Is os-
slble that the Citizens township ticket may
be elected. Tho Republicans elected only
one councilman out of ton voted f r. Two
of tho Fusion, candidates elected, Crumley
and Hanlka, wero formerly Republicans.
Bteubenville, April 5. Tbo municipal
election passed off quietly to-day, and icsult
ed In the election of tho cntlro Republican
ticket. In four wards out of the six the Re-
fiubllcans had no opposition. The voto was
bo lightest polled In tears, nnd little or no
Interest was taken In tbo contest.
TirnN, O., Aprils. Tho Democracy of Tiffin
met a Waterloo to-day. Out of live council
mon the Republicans elected three und tho
Democrats two, leaving the council four
Republicans and six Democrats. Scuddur
Chamberlain, Republican, Is elected street
commlsilonor, Tho Democrats elect P. H.
Ryan, Andrew Houck, John Silvers. Frank
Connelly and Nicholas Halley, ward assess
ors. In tbo township the Republicans have
Wm. Derr, trustee: Wm. Hyter, assessor, and
J. H. Lewis, constable and the Democrats
Jeremiah Rex and Peter Miller, trustees; Al
bert Uellharz, treasurer; Chas. A. Gootz,
clerk, and James Leonard constable Jonas
H. Hershberger, Democrat and Chas. J. Ylng
ling. Republican, are elected members of the
TirnN, O., April 6. In Sclplo, a strongly
Republican township, tho Dcmocracts elect
the three-year trustee, clerk, treasurer and
Touedo, O., April 6. Tho cnllre Republican
city ticket was elected, except water-works
trustee and one Justlco of the peace. Repub
licans have a majority of three on joint
ballot In the city council.
Urbana, April 6. The Republicans carried
the day reelected C. H. Ganson mayor; A.F.
Vance, cemetery director; Richard S. Poarce
and John II, Stone members of the uchool
board; Eraklne Reula and John Ander on,
Republican counollman, and J, O. Curley,
Democratlo member; J, J. Mumper, three
year term as trustee: Emory Hedges two
years, and Edward Hill one year.
VanWkrt, O.. April 8. Republicans elect
James O. Browder mayor by 246 uiujorlty, a
Republican gain of lwj over two years ago.
Entire Republican ticket eleoted except one
Warren, April 5. Not more than half a
vote was polled to-day In the election of city
officials. The Republicans carried the First
and Third Wards, out for the first time In tbo
history of the Republican party here It was
forced to surrender to the Democrats the
Second Ward, Brady, Democrat beat Dreu
nen. Republican, by a large majority, owing
largely to the unpopularity of tbo latter.
Zakesvillb, April 6. The Democratlo
municipal ticket waa anowed under at tbo
election here to-day by majorities ranging
from a to 200. The offices to be filled cro
few and unimportant, the highest being that
of street commissioner, to which Miller, He
publican, was eleoted by 02 majority. The
other oily officers will all be Republican ex
cept that of waterworks trustee, for which
tbo vote Is a tie,'
Hereafter all Chinese goins over
tho Houtbern Division of tho urand;
Trunk-railroad will be pasted in bond,.
and tbo conductors will be held respon
sible to see that none of the Mongolians
are allowed to stop in Canada, Jktroit
A Speolal Message from GoVernor
Foraker Regarding Them.
Taxation of the Liquor Traffic and Foreign
Corporations, and the Revaluation
ol Real Estate Before 1890 Are
Columbus, April 0. Governor Foraker
sent the following special message to the
lxislslftture to-day, concomlng the financial
condition of the State:
Omen nr tub GovEiiNon,
Columbus, O., April 6, 1830,
To tho General Assembly;
The financial condition of the State needs
nttentlon. It Is estimated by the Stato Audi
tor that tho expenditures of tho State up to
tho 1st day of next July will amount to
about HO0,O0n, and that from that date until
the 1st day of next Jnnuary they will amount
to about jl,W.l,000, making n total oxpondl
turo of f2,noo,o00 to bo protlded for out of
tho general revenuo fund.
To meet this wo had on tho first day of
Anril a cali balance In tho treasury of only
nlioutf.1M.OKi, and It Is estimated by tho
State Auditor that our totul rovenuos from
tho taxes to be collected In Juno and all
other sources will amount to only about
SI.IUMXH, or In round numbers the casual
deficiency or tho Stato will aggregate about
1,00,000 on December 31, into
The Constitution provides that the State
may borrow money tor tho purpose of meet
ing such deficiencies, but that such Indebt
edness hall never exceed 7M),oon.
it lias become neces?arv not onlv to use
but to exhaust this power, and a bill has ac
cordlnglr bcon Introduced nuthorlr.lng the
commissioner of the sinking fund to Issue
und pell certificate of Indebtedness of Iho
Slate In that amount. The necess'ty for
th s stop is so apparent It Is hoped tho bill
will ho promptly passed. With even this
help It w 11 bo necessary to anticipate tho
revenues of next year to tho amount of
'TA000. Hence, notwithstanding this loan,
there Is Impcrattvo necessity for the strictest
Hut you are Invited to look further to
something more Important.
Our Stato Is rapidly growing In both popu
lation and wealth; thedemandson our treas
ury nre corresponding!!-Increasing. Fortho
next ten years this will probably continue
mnro rapidly thim heretofore, owing to the
fact that em gratlon to the Western State
Is decreasing In proportion as that country
fills up and Its lands enhance In value.
Hut whllo this demand has been Increasing
our sources of revenuo have been diminish
ing, in lxKl the value for tnxat'on of the
personal property of the State, as shown bv
tho grand duplicate, was $Ai:!.3i7.1:!l. In 1S84
It shrank to WW.298.H7I, and for 18W dwin
dled again to .W.nn.!!l This loss has been
made up largely by tlio steady growth of tho
valuation of real estate on account of now
structures, etc., but the loss was greater
than tho Increaso last vear, and the result Is
shown 'n tho faet that the grand aggiegato
oi an tno property in mot-laic, noui real ana
personal, amounted In 1R8S to but $1,070,079,
HIS, aga nst 11,673,774,081 for 1884, or a loss of
This Indicates that our wants and our abil
ity to meet them arc traveling In opposite
directions, and thnt unless the tax rate or
tho valuation of property is Increased the
cnstial dcflclonccs will continue and grow
larger without power to provide for them
because of tho extreme limitat'on allowed
br the Constitution hnvlng been reached
under tho bill above raforrcd to, providing
for tho Issuo and sale of tho bonds ot the
Stale to the amount of ITM.OOO to meet the
emergency now upon us.
The rata of taxation should not be In
creased, at least not until other measures
that seem moro Just have been tried. The
last election Indicated a desire of the peo
TAX THE LIQUOR TRAFriC.
It Is hoped this Legislature will not ad
journ until an eiliclont mexxuro to that elTcct
has been enacted. Although such a tax can
be levied onlv for the purpose of police reg
u!nt on. et It does not lollow that the reve
nuo, when collected, must necessarily be
devoted to any particular purpice. On tho
contrary, It Is ontlrely competent to do with
It as the Legislature inav see fit, and It Is
Ytiougnt to be only equitable and Just that at
least 25 per cent, ot tho ret eniio so der ved
should go to tho general fund of the Statu.
And It Is recommended that any law that
may be enacted on this subject snail so pro
vide. From this source the State would in
such event rcallo probably riOH.n00, to the
grout rolief of all present classes of tax
Foreign Insurance, telegraph, and express
companies doing business In this State are
now taxeu upon ineir grosH receipts, mere
Is no reason why foreign telephone, trans
portatlon, car trust, and car e;u pment, and
sleeping and parlor car companies should
not be similarly taxed. If tho policy be right
In the ono class of cases It should be equally
so In the others, and equity and Justice to
tho State and to tho other compan es that
nrc so taxed require an umendmont of tho
laws to that effect
Tho most Important matter to which It Is
desired to call your attention yet remains to
OUR TAX I.4W8.
Our tax laws are. In the main, perhaps, as
wise as they can bo made under the present
Constitut on. If It wete not for Its positlvo
Injunctions much might be said In favor of
exomptlng from taxation the bonds of our
State and municipal governments, to tho end
that we might not tax our credit and dr vo
our securities away, out Keep inem at noma
and pay the Interest upon them to our own
people. But that Is Impracticable and un
necessary to be d'scussed
Tho requirement of tho Constitution Is
that all bonds, stocks. Investments, etc , as
woll as real property, shall be taxed at their
truo value In money. Our laws have been
framed with a view to securing this result,
but it is manifest to all acquainted with our
resources that they have lamentably fulled:
for all such know that Instead of a grand
dupllcalo of l,H70.O7H.f, wo ought to havo
one of at least 3,000 millions, and 4;ou0 millions
would more nearly represent the taxable
wealth of the Stale.
To ascertain how and why there has bcon
tbls failure to value property at the law re-
?ulres, the State Auditor, as a result of a con
orenco on the suhlect, framed and sent out
to tbo County Auditors of the State certain
printed questions to bo answered, calling for
information as to the per cent, at which
f property, both real and personal. Is appraised
n their respective count'es. -Thcso
questions, with tbo answers thereto
so far as received, and nearly all have
answered, are submitted herew th.
You wlllseo by referring to them that
THERE IS NO UN1KOIIMITV Of VALUATION
of property, one county w th another, the
State over; but that In disregard. If not
positlvo defiance of tho luw, each county
Kcems to havo an Independent standard of Its
own: and that the valuutlon of real estate
raroly exceeds 73 per cent, and ranges down
ward from that point us low as 2. per cent,
of Its truo value, whllo personal property Is
valued all tho way from Its full vuluo down
to nothing, In fact tho great majority of the
personal property of the Stato is not io
turned, but entirely and fraudulently with
held from taxat on. So far ns
Is ooncerned, the fault Is chiefly with the
people who list their property for taxation.
The Idea seems to largely prevail that
there Is lulustlca and Inequality In taxation
and that there is no harm in cheat ng tho
State, although to do so a false return must
be made and perjury must,be committed.
This offense ngnlust the State and good
morals Is too frequently committed by men
of wealth and reputed high cbaraoter and of
corresponding position in socety.
In connection with the recent refunding
of our State debt, maturing next December,
It was disclosed that some of the most prom
inent and highly respected men of our State
held large amounts of those bonds without
having ever paid a dollar of tax on the same,
or having In any manner reported them for
taxation. The only excuse that haa been
suggested for this Is that the bonds wero
supposed to be non taxable, but It Is d ffioult
to be patient with inch a cla m when It is ad.
vanced by men of Intelligence, familiar with
our Constitut on and Its requirements, that
all bonds, etc.. shall be taxed.
While such men disregard and violate the
law, it must be expected that our tax dupli
cate will cout'nue to decline instead or In
crease with our growth and development,
'ihe harm they do Is not measured by the
amount or money of which they deprive the
State: their example Is bad and fraught with
evil to the whole community. There should,
therefore, be severer penalties provided for
false roturns. and a more .rigid enforcement
or the laws for the listing of bonds and other
securities and credits.
This Is especially true of unincorporated
banka. It does not seem possible tbat they
aro paying taxes on anything Ilka an equita
ble bus's as compared with the incorporated
banks of the State.
Tuke the banks of Columbus for Illustra
tion. They are a fair example. Thero are In
this city oight unincorporated banks and
sevnn Inetirnnratod banks reDOrted to do III
tho aggregate nearly the aauio amount of
business. 1 or the year lHtt these banks made
returns for taxation as follows:
HANKS Or COLUMUUS.
P. Harden &Co VT... ..HiT.osi
P. W. Huntington , UMBO
South End Hank 1,777
Ilrooka, Hutler&C'o l.Oil
Merchants' and Manufacturers' 1,000
Sessions ft Co., 11,268 less than nothing.
Capital atr Rank 1 12,800
Columbus Savings Hank 1-1.K75
Fourth National Hank 72,740
Cltircns' Savings Hank ,.... P0.747
National Exchango Hank 10H,',67
Commercial National Hank 143,601
First National Hank S7T.2BH
It Is recommended that tho law govemtng
tho taxation of privato bonks be carefully
revised so as to prevent su-jh manliest in
justice. Tho Incorporated banks ot tho State natnr
allv regard this as wrong, nnd they havu ac
cordingly been resorting to tho courts for
relief against it, and In almost all cases with
Simons, the pnttrts linvlnir held that such In
equalities should be relieved against. A
number of such suits arc now pending In tho
northern part of the Stato. In an Important
sense they Involve tho entlrotax diijilcnte,
for they havo been Instituted us test cases,
and, If successful, tho result will bo to lessen
tho tax valuation of our property many
mlll'onsof dollars and throw our whole sys
tem Into such confusion as to produce tho
most embarrassing consequences. 'I ho At
torney (Jcneral. with tho npprotal of tho
Governor and Stato Auditor, hns employed
local counsel to represent tho Stato in these
suits, and everything possible will be done to
successfully defend them. An appropria
tion should bo made to defray the expenses
of such defense, including counsel fees.
REVALUATION Or ItEA', ESTATE.
It Is obvious that so long as tho present
valuation of real estate stands great lnlus-
i tlco will bo done to all whoso property Is
oven approximately correctly tniucu, and
the State will continue unable to meet the
public demands without embarrassment.
It is recommended, thorcfore, that a reval
uation bo had at once, instead of uniting for
the next decennial valuation of lb'J). In or
der that this nmy be done In such n way as
to secure a full and fair appra'sement. It is
recommended that thoro be con-tltutcd n
State Hoard of Equallat'on, consisting of
eight members, not moro than four of whom
shall be of the same political party, to be
appointed by somo suitable authority, from
the electors or tbo Stato. to hold their offices
for a fixed term, and whoso duty it shall be
to supervise, as well as revise and equalise.
tno valuations to uc mane, mo numucr
mentioned Is thought to be large enough to
enable each of tho leading industries of the
State to ho represented, and at the same
time not too large ror efficient action.
It Is also thought men so selected will have
the Interests of the whole Stutn moro In mind
thou If they should bo elected to represent
some particular d strict or locality. In which
case experience has shown they are too apt
to act us though their highest duty was to
secure tho lowest possible valuation for their
It Is further recommended that the duties
of equalization now devolved upon the Oov
ernor. Attorney General, and Slate Auditor
as to bank shares, and on 'he Attorney (Jcn
eral, Treasurer of State, nnd Stato Auditor as
to railroads, bo transferred to and Imposed
upon this Hoard; that thero be. In short, ono
and the same Stato Hoard, nnd one only, for
the equalization of all classes or property.
It Is further recommended that In all cities
having a Hoard or Tax Commissioners it bo
made the duty or such Hoard to appoint all
the assessors and appraisers.
It Is cohUdcntly believed that If such legisla
tion can be had as Is hero attempled to be In
dicated, tho tax dunlteate can be so Increased
as to approximate our real worth, and that
vnluat ons can foe so equalized as to secure
uniformity and Justlco for tho whole State,
and that the rote of taxation can be ma
terially lessened to the groat benefit of all,
while the State will bo afforded an abundant
revenue. Respectfully submitted,
J. U. Foraker, Governor.
Characteristics of a Very Dangerous In
habitant of the llermudas.
I must confess to having had a very
vaguu idea about the scorpion beforo
becoming acquainted witli tho tropics.
I think if I had been driven to it I
should have described him as a creature
with wings, black, mid somewhere
about the size of n humming-bird. This
would have been about as inaccurate a
description as can be imagined. He
has no wings, ho is not black, and ho is
nowhere near the size of even a half-
crown humminsr-bird. Thero is an
lmamnary picture of him in all the
almanacs, but it doesn't look very much
like him that sign of tho zodiac.
A full-grown scorpion is from two to
two-aud-a-lialf inches long aim ins
color is a sort of ashy cray. He has
eitrht loirs, unon all of which minute
hair grows, and his tall is much longer
man there is any necessity lor consiu
ering tho size of his boily, and I
havu included that in measuring Ills
length. It is at tho end of his tail that
he carries his venomous sting, and
when he curls up his body into a semi
circle nnd brings that llvoly end of his
tail to bear upon an enemy, tho enemy
can not drop him too soon. His body
is nowhere as thick as a lead
pencil, but at tho head it branches out
into claws, or horns, or additional logs,
whichever you liko to call them; so that
in shape he is somewhat liko a tack
hammer. Ho is shaped very much like
a hanmier-hended shark, only hammer
headed sharks aro not familiar enough
in Northern waters to serve for an illus
tration. Ho is a creature of mold and
slime, liko the snail. Let an old box
lie on the ground, particularly in a
moist place, till the bottom boards
begin to decay, and your scorpion trap
When you want your game lift up
tho box and there is your scorpion. But
be careful to take hold of the box near
the top. and not got your fingers in his
way. For the scorpion is very rapid in
his movements, and ho will give you a
sting before you know it. When he
strikes you with the end of his tail, like
a wasp, he exudes a venomous liquid,
and a man might bettor hold a red-hot
iron in his hand than get the tentlt part
of a drop of this liquid into his blood.
It is not necessarily fatal, particularly
in the Hahamas, but it condenses tne
heat of forty furnaces.
In somo parts of South America scor-
Eion bites are frequently fatal, but I
avo not iieard of nny onu having been
killed by them in Nassau. This is easily
accounted for. The scorpion likes to
feed upon decaying wood. In Soutli
America, whero dye woods and other
poisonous woods abound, the scorpions
feed upon them, and thus work into
themselves a good supply of outside
poison, which, taken together with his
naturally poisonous liquid, does its
work for whoever is unfortunato enough
to be stung. But in Nassau such
poisonous woods are few, and the
scorpions havo to fatten themselves
respectably on pine, cedar and ma
hogany. They never attack anybody unless
disturbed. But if a barefoot boy steps
on one, or if you pick up a stone or a
board with ono lying under it, ho will
sting you if ho can, nnd ho will do it
on very short notice, too. I havo seen
a decaying board picked up that had
thrco or four scorpions lying under it.
Nobody ever . thinks of letting one
escapo'in this part of the world if ho
can help it. The same feeling that
sailors have about sharks, people in
tropical countries havo about all those
venomous insects. Just us we always
try to kill a sniike in the North, a
Southerner always tries to kill a taran
tula, a scorpion or a centipede. Cor.
Boston Commercial Bitlktitj.
The Western Farmer says that if
tho value of buttermilk wcro better
known it would bo more used and less
wasted than it now is. It is a laxative
and aperient, invigorates tho bowels
and gives tono to' the stomach,, liver
and kidneys, and is nutritious to tho
system. Thousands of persons are
suffering to-day with sepsis in the blood,
from which proceed nervous headaches,
weak dianhrgams, costlvencss and oven
rheumatism nnd uguo, who would bo
relieved in a very short tlmo, if they
would drop their pork and stimulating
diet and use only buttermilk, fruits and
A vessel which recently encoun
tered a terrible, storm in tho Atlnntit
lost KOVB.'ftl men and its wlicel-liouso b
tho swapping of great waves over the
deck, 'i'iio entitnin thereupon find oli
emptied Into the sen, and. though tin
storm r.uitinucd, tho waves wrru nl
layed rud tho crew enabled to repair
the danigo. Several experiments of
this character within the past two or
three years havo proved very successful
and it'is probable thatfutiiro steamships
will bo equipped with nn oil-distributing
apparatus. Chicago Current.
Ik the United States Senate, during a re
cent debate, Senator Vest, of Missouri, paid
a high tribute to tho merits of St. Jacobs Oil.
Boards of Health endorso Red Stir Cough
Curo as free from poison. Prompt nud
sure, and only twenty-flvo cents a bottle.
We suppose a firm of proof-readers could
be properly called "The bouso of correc
" Delay Aro Dangerous."
If you aro pale, emaciated, havo a back
ing cough, with nlght-swents, spitting of
blood and shortness of breath, you have no
time to lose. Do not hesitate too long
'till you aro past cure ; for, taken In its ear
ly stages, consumption can be cured by tho
use ofDr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discov
ery," as thousands can testify. Hy druggists.
A petrified clock has been found in
Home. Another Indication of bnrd timet.
" Woman and Her Diseases"
Is tho title of an Interesting illustrated
treatise (160 pages) sent, post-paid, f or 10
cents In stamps. Address World's Dispen
sary Modical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
A rousiso appeal Time to get up.
Color the whiskers a handsome brown or
black with Buckingham's Dye for tho
If tho liver is disordered, the whole sys
tem suffers. Ayer'sPills correct this trouble.
Sneezes are like misfortunes. They sel
dom come singly. lioton 1'ramcript.
Pike's Toothache Drops curo In 1 lalnute, 23o
Olenn's Sulphur Soap -enls and beautifies. 2.W.
German Corn Remover kUls Corns t Uunioos.
Tub most obnoxious form of "light Uter
ature" U a g,aa bill. Jiwt JJrMetiii.
Cincinnati, April 10.
LIVE STOCK- Cattlo-CommonJ3 00 2T5
Choico Uutchcrs 4(0 (& 4 73
HOOS Common....- 11 CO & 4 00
Good Packers 4 10 (in 4 40
SHKEI Good to choice 5 U0 4t ft 7.',
I'LOUH family 3Ki 4 10
GRAIN Wheat-Lonirberry red 0 U 01
No. S red 87 & 88
Corn No. S. mixed 8 GO H8'$
Oats No. S mixed L- iii'i
Rje No. 2 CO 117
HAY Timothy Nn. 1 13 00 13 SO
TORACCO-Cominon Lugs 8 00 & 11 40
Good Mediums 10 28 011 !17!J
FROVlSIONS-1'ork-Mcss 10 Si 1.10 37',i
I.ard Prlino steam ft ' dfl 0 00
BUTTER Choice Dairy 14 fid 18
Ohio Creamery S3 . 115
APPLES Prime 1 M & 1 85
POTATOES-per bushel ft3 io 00
FLOUR State and Western.. $1 W ,1 40
GRAIN -Wheat-No. S Chicago W 114
No.Sred HI 9PJ
Corn No. 2 mixed -',;''i 47
Oats mixed :i7 4J
PORK Mess v 10 50 10 73
LARD Western steam.: 0 23 0 37
FLOUR Stato and Western.. ..$4 60 4 M
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 red 80'i 81','
No. 2 Chiciuro Sprlnif 72', 73?.
Corn No. 3 Si 36i
Oats No. 2 27!i
. Rye Ml
PORK-Mess 9 30 0 3S
LARD Steam S V2H
FLOUR-Faraily 4 30 S 00
UHALN-Wheut-No. 2 80 OOVJ
Corn Mixed 41?i itt'i
Oats Mixed 38 89
PROVISIONS-Pork-Mess 10 25 fell 75
Lard Refined - 7'1 7'S
CATTLE First quality. 4 87!, 5 00
HOGS 6 50 U 37 !i
Wheat No. 2 red $ 86!J
Corn mixed ft 3,VS
Oats mixed 30J
Flour A No. 1 14 00 4 50
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 red 89 HO
Corn mixed 37
Outs mixed 32
PORK-mess ,10 50
LARD-steam 7 75 8 00
Don't Get Caught
Tbls Spring, u you mr liavo been before, with roar
blood fall of Impurities, yonr diecitlon Impaired, app
tlto poor, kidneys and liver torpid, and whole lyitem
liable to be proitrsted by dUease but get younelf
Into good condition, and ready for the changing and
warmer weather, by taking Hood's Sanaparllla. It
atindtuncqualed for purifying the blood, giving an
appetite, and for a regulatlngand general spring medl
cine. Be lure to get Hood's Bariaparsla.
" My Ife had Tery poor health for a long time, suf
fering from Indlgeation, poor nnpetlte, and conatant
headache 8be tried every thing we could hear of,
but found no relief till aha tried Hood's SarsapartUs.
She la now taking the third bottle, and never felt bet
ter In her life. We feel It our duty to recommenllt
to every one we know." Geo. Boxebyiux, More
land, Cook Co., 111.
" I took Hood's Sanaparllla for general debility and
waa wonderfully benefited by It," J. P. Jouxaos,
Martin's Ferry, O.
Sold by all druggliU. Ill all 'for 15. Prepared by
C L HOOD & CO., Apothccarter, Lowell, Maw.
I OO Doses One Dollar
For 5 years I waa
afflicted with catarrh.
For two months at a
time confined to my
room. I tried Ely's
Cream Balm, from the
Brat I found relief. It
Ii the beat remedy I
ever tried. TV. 0. Mi
TBKW8, Jnatlce of the
Featc, Shenandoah, la.
I have Improved
greatly tines using
Kly'a Cream Balm for
catarrh. I feel like a
new man. It la a bleu
Apartlcleliapplledlntoeactaaoatrll: It agreeable to
me. PriccSUrenltliymatlorstUruKglat. Send for
circular. KLY BKOTHKKS, Drugglaia,Owtgo, N. V.
China, rurnltare. Brlc-a-Brac, c.
8trong a Iron, Solid as a Bock.
The total quantity told during th
part flv.yeara amountrd to o er
aUtlfalcrtCRnt.il 11. Awarueu
Pirnnouu'?!l fitronffeftt (Hue known
finrl rion ! rut-it nnd Ifle. (Mi tact
IWilM Da ktlL for 'ample enn r'RLB by mall.
FORCOUCHt, CROUP ANl
IF SWEET BUM AND MULLEIN.
The BwMtOam from a trae of tha asm aaaaa
anmlng In th Houth. Combined with a tea mad
T A VI 053"
"Yes; 1 Aall break tha engagement,"
she said, folding her arms and looking de
fiant; "It Is really too much trouble to con
verse with him! he's as deaf as a post, and
talks liko bo had a mouthful of inusb. Up
sides, the way ho hawks and spits is dis
gusting." "Don't break tho engagement
for that; tell him to take Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. It v:ill curo him complete
ly." "Well, I'll tell him. I do hato to
break It off, for In nil other respects no's
quite too chnnnit'g." Of course, it cured
It Is not considered necessary in society
to uturu a bill-collector's call. Viicago
A Winter Storm. '
Why Is a winter storm liko a child with a
bad cold I It blows, It snows (it blows Its
nose). Curo It with Taylor's Cherokee
Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein.
Walter A. Taylor, Proprietor, Atlanta) Ga.
It Is, ns a general thing, far easier to
inlso a row thun to ralso a mustache. CAI
Tlir. best cough mcdlelno is Plfo's Curo
for Consumption. Hold everywhere. IKc.
Alwai s romes out ou top Your hair.
Ir afflicted w llh Soro lives use Dr. Isaac
Thoiupson'b I'.yo Water. Druggists sell it. 'Sk.
Because a baby Is a little ycller it's no
sign he Is a Chinaman. Palmer Journal.
Free from Opiates, Emetic and 1'olton.
ATUkiomiTi Aim DiiLniL
T1IK UliltLl-S J.TtHlM.ER CO.. ITAl.TiaOIIE.HP.
Cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
jmraairnr, iiriwafne, i4Minnriirt
lonrfiina, nmi-. nr., fir.
MtlCT- F1FTV I'KNTH.
I AT PKLOdlSTS (.Ml HFAILUS.
TllEUUiaiH i.XKiLLLU lV,tlULTlXOHL,m.
I German Asthma Cure iw eroitetogiQm-
HmM iate nHefxn cae wornt catioUuau res comfort
u trial convince thtno$tMkrptical, Price 6Qct and!
I for et amp 1
wu it. r
Buckeye Folding Binder.
.TrinltuiitpatrtirtTitntrMnvfttiriiindcr In the world
Folds bo as to paRB throuehf arm nates. lUMiulrcsless
BtortYge room. Never misses a bundle. Mention tht
copef when you send for our Catalogue.
Q Aultmar, A Co., Canton, Ohio.
I br a poiitiT remedy lor lb above diaeas; by lis mm
tfiOSaOt1a OfrftMB at th wont klnrl anit af Inat alaln
baft ttttQ cured, loiletd. ftoatroox ! my falih la Ha cftcM-jr.
tnallwlll lead TWO BOTTLES TOEE, tothrwUh a VAL
17 ABLE TREATISE oo this dlMaM.to atiTaatTtrtr. aivald-
m.aa4r.0.ddrtM. pa.T. A.SLOCUJL111 rariBu,N,T,
iVtnr. KiMuiiiiutH Wnrlr. Wnr
Flower Supplies. Send for our various catalogues.
MaUurderssol'citcd. HOFFMANN nitOs.
XOAMula Street, Cluclnaall. Ohio,
Wlirt, Banm nnd Wnvct tent C. 0. 1). any.
where, liolen lie and retail prlcc-littf
B. C. Strchlas Co.,173 Wakaah-arChlcago.
, TnADE Vu? MARK.
CT JACOBS on
fHE GHEAT-52 i
JwOTfmiW. .BSk ,.. .TSSS.
li'SAlm WaWWEagftf IBSLaSK-l
r Tnii rnin aa. T",:nBisssassssssssr
fcbiSTTTrrluaurri of ItmtMtayCmtSvSiamtVlSSXax Button, 1 h., aWberry, lis., fitrawbrrrf.
1 tin., WlldRoMlS l-ttcPaUlMt l-sU.,C'.lULUla4lii PoadUlT 4iaTnL41n WiJtaIUi,81o.,CatTiIiIUu.Daiif
HA.MALlii new book by a well-known authority oo Keniinfton aad fancy work, and contain! full littuiicUou and dlrecUon lor
II kladi of KsHulnffton Slamjilnf , Lmbroldery and Falnilnr, MeUllio Flitter. IrrtdeaoeBt and Luatrt Polntinri Kilbon Embroiders, Waa
Work, Ac, and ia Ibl btit and moat compItU brok cf lu kind ntt DoMiabtd. TMsobUUU Dot tnada spot email worlhlei deslfn. baft
b DaCrttorUa suad reliable, sal wa will KaanrfnUy ifuiul the mot? paid for it. if aey lady on recei tog Ii U dlauUt&ed.
Dieiter (hiiml hawlnsT recently lucaUd a Doetofltra In bur buftdina
ft.l oa th. I In. of th N.w Yrtrk. X.w Hm tnil II
filling all order promptly and to the entire eatl faction of our riitmni. tVe etiall be pieaeed to tee anv of our customers in preona or
B7?fZ?i8S?. THC R. L. SPENCER CO., Wallingford, Conn.
Are IDMhrea SKhcanf & bridire
aoja ms.w aMV.ivr
puiify your system from hutnora.
want of anneilln. nlnonlerrd liver and kfdneva, const 1 pi
1. IL9kXlfYTM FAVOKlTJi BEMEDY to
Without an hour1! delay. It la
when lou are at home, fnr ttm
KmWr.Zi T .. Jiilir.V Z J "
tncr from any of ,'hellil. pcuHar To tSTiS WmWlyUiX'&JSE&S WM
DR. DAVID il CllfflRITE DCIICnV SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
KENNEDY'S rAfUllllE nClnCllle $t per Bottle; 6 lor $5.0a
2waxb B-v nn,
MBT 09 IWSEASES
always crmuajt bv nsnm
or HTfcUK ILUI,
Oama and Hcalaa.
Slings and niter,
Cat. and Bruises,
Bpralns it Stltekea,
Sana and Galls,
Screw Worm, Grab,
Foot Bat. Iloof All.
Swlaaj, Foaadera, ,
find all external dUaaaea, and ararjr hurt or accident;
for general use in family, stable and stock raid. It la
TBE BEST OF ALb
OH! MY BACK
faery strata or cola attacks that wtak hack
Every straia or eoi
mmiM waraj piwitana vi
Strengthens the UlnsrleB
Htcadlen the Nerrr.
Enrtchen the Blood Gives New Vigor.
Mr. A. PitAflncitT, Cleyelarid. Ohio, nays j " I wrb
troubled with terrible pain In tnybMk and I could
not stoop ovar. I tried many different remedi
without relief. TwobottlMof Brown'a Iron Bitter
entirely cared nw."
Ml riatlTTf. MnMtl ftffV RatVAtlth Kt . aVini
illa. Ky . says: " I vm troubled with Neuralgia And
(Mini in my dock I hate bcon ureatly lamented by
E two ooiuee oi Drown b iron uuwni.
Genuine haa above Trnde Mark and emuped red line
on wrapper. Tnlu nn oilier. Made onl by
IIUOWN CHEMICAL CO., 2tAI.TI.MOKK, MD.
M. EHRET. JR. & GO.
MANUFACTURERS OF ,
. -S-'ABSOLUTE W?";-
put on bv anybody:
W. O. BURCESS, Agt., '
8 and 9 Public Landing, CINCINNATI, a
FREE FARMS in sanguis.
The most Womteiut Agricultural rarkln Amcilca.
rrouiKlcd hypnwnprituH mining and innnufftiturlnB
towns. rAUUMfSiWRADlSvl Mtfnlilecnt cropa
raUed In im THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
honiChtraJ. Lands for sale to actual oettlersnts.1 uJper
Acre. Lrmtr Time. I'ark Irrigated bv Immense rnnals.
Cheap railroad rut rs. Ihery ut lent fun nlwnwi pet Hera.
ror mans, naiuplill8. He . address Colorado Lm ds
in er, Coin llox.znu.
Tur airu nrpARTUBC DRUMS
A are made with patent double acting rods and
substantial and handsome.
Uatd In the best Hands and
Orchestras. Unequalcd for
tone, surpass all other In
finish and appearance. If
nearest Music dealer doei
not keep them, write to u
for Illustrated catalogue.
LYON HEALY, Ohlcago, IIU
CQBEl WHERE ALL CLt f AILS,
Jtttt con nn bj run 'mr. wv.
In time. Sol!
Habit, Qiilcklr and X'alnicM-
1 y cured t borne CorrvHpondeuca
solicited nnd re iaof run ent
lionrM tin cnlcatorn. The Human
UfcUKDV Company, Lafayette, lud.
A book worth $10, on 1"
by the Union Pub Co., laV V
?ewark.,N. J. Send stamps for post'g
Treated and cured without the kntffr
ilook on treatment sent free. Addreit
F.L.PuND.M.U-.Auroru, Kane Co ,11L.
3 jJ FINE Blooded Cuttle, Sheep, Uops,
jSsSSItoltry.domi tor sale Catalouta with 15
eugim iti: free. N. F. Uoj er At Cu Coaiesvllle. Fa.
A NEW OUTFIT
eonulu 100 New aad Original
on ttOMt IWuU 1 arc&Dc
cntjrami muipinir. rniirrBa
is 'a aril a. tar Hub a
lea. 1 llov U alia Ml.MaUa
rwdff for dark fabrtn. tl NrW
faaacta, 1 New Manual
aad Fancy Work
UhSOO Orlclas4 Illustration.
TtM Datlrm in ahla nmlil ata mi.li hm
mtmUs by tht moft Iniprovtd ma
cbl&trj, and ait thi fioatt paturni pro
duced. Among UtSOOatw and aaaort
ammrnmmnaw luttep lor Biota m L.rai
iPalckwork.ta ln.7Birdand lSfrtlo hof.
nOulcUaRoJ and TLlsUa. ftii in..
ivlrrel oatlm nW In bruich cf trM.txS
nm i.'iiy tut unite reap combiDi
ttoo.tig lx, Bun.h of TuiiIm, 9x8 la.,
Mo Boms for Ribbon ork, W lid Ha,
IX jr of lb al'ey, Coxcomb, tjoldeo Rotl
ao oifavr handioiDa? deali
nanaioiDa? atiini ior io
PrlJr! Web, Food LiW, Ta-
naflMtfn. htMer i W at. 1
Itp,Owla, and other dvalgtu fortUi
udKlotflCofen. all aii lachMio
lcb vuierweiiisaiiK ouuni wiu aavuni h tosau ua ibbj
Oliutrattoo, wbichawrrta to carry ihapaturni la wben distort tamping
for yonr neighbors, or aa a rtveptaelt for the oattt at home. At reara
lar retail price th pattcraa alone would amount to at
icaai r.vp. aaieean mane ineirowa iiviaa wltB
tUmjiirjg outfit, doing work lor tbtlr nelirblwn, Ualdei Uautifylog Ui
ho ma and ornament I na? their own and chll Jrvn'i clothlnir. Tbe reaaoiv
we ran !! thti outfit for S3 little money le theft wt roanaf actsre tbtaa
BJinurMivaa ana ray na cecona prom to anyone, any taaieear
npportiag thnelva day doinu iUmpin(t, and the "erau'Mt becom
Inv mnro DMvalrnt everv dmr. Our imtnvnaa farter fmnta orer SQA
road, and la that bUMt ! unatT at Ita kind In tha marA. Tha PnaL.
ainraealv (or oaie mall hualnoat. haa no mmnlaia 'fWUIilaa fna
which blad tho scauin of Ice to that of mars. NPKIKO
llivtuiua. At. IU1 11IIUJ you SIIOUK1 fCVK U
VUtl StldUlrl aM'lr rn rlinn.n mnA
a. If vou are vexedwith Indlueatlun, heuduehe.
Ana?K(Ulfi't.K,!artJpaUoaor feerUUsklu, take 1IUW
mtld. quick and posture In action. Keen tt In thehousa
tiU-uui ami tain it with ,.n i..nrnau. .
-" uv . nilli;uv UU UUI ! J( JUU II III UIIU B
0gSk la 3
ilia i ii lii "
PAVED XKXXtH JSI JUZ31T, howdout, 1W. IT.
Relieved at Last!
"We know a gentleman la this county rho, alt
montha ago, waa almosra hopeleas cripple from aa
attack of rhcumail.m. Be could scarcely hobols
across the room, nted crntcbet, and laid blnuelf Inat
be bad little It any hope of erer recovering. We atw
aim la our town last week, walking about aa lively a
say other man, and la the nnett beaitb and tpuita
Upon our Inquiry aa to what bad worked tuch a wont
dertul change In bit condition, he replUd that 8. B. a
bad cured htm. After ntlng a dozen and a half hot
ties, he has been transformed from a miserable cripple
to a happy, heallhy man. Hela none other than Ma
B-li. Lambert." Sylvanla Ttieptwv.
Treatlae on Blood and Bkln Dl.ea.et mailed free.
Tun 8wirr Braomo Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa,
srwi W.lBd Street, M.Y,
No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes
uncuraica "Mi.ira.- auaai'
t U uud BBIULG Comlitned,
can not be suppeuuyaiiy uorse. bam1
pie uaittTio any nan ui tno u.o.
tree, on receipt of sl Sold by all
baddlery, Hardware and llarufss.
jfcaitri. npeciai uiacouDi io mil
Trade. IVbend for Price-List.1
CUEAFEST and 11EST. Price REDCCEOa
HojiinNew PARALLEL BIILESl
UVirlUopaaea. y lUurtrattd. Agent. Wanted.
Clrculara free. A. J. HOtMAJf A OU., Fklla.
WHEN WHITING TO ADVfcHTIKERft
tleasM aawjrou taw tile AatrertUanieia
a Uale payai.