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GLOBE REPUBLIC, AYEDyESBAY EVENIN"tt, APELL 8, 1886
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XOTICE TO EASTEKS ADVEBTBEBS.
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whom all Eastern advertising business, moat be
WEDNESDAY EVES ISO, APRIL 8.
THE SMALL ISO 1 -WHAT SHALL WI
DO WWW HIM?
The small boy i always with us and is
continually mak.Eg himself felt, in one
way or another. He may be said to be a
power in the land, and to be becoming
more and more so, as he grows more nu
merous and assumes, from year to jear,
larger proportions. The lad who has
good and wise parents and is subjected to
a wholesome system of "Home Hule," is
not lilely to get beyond proper bounds
in his relations to the general public, but
the boy who is "boss" in the house of his
parents is generally pretty sure to be law
less and troublesome whenever he gets
beyond the premises. Many peo
ple already know this to their sorrow.
This is the small boy who generates dis
turbance and lcu ts a track of devastation
and fire wherever he goes. This is the
L'mJ of young person we must do some
thing with, by way of recognition of the
proiuseness with which he does something
for us. This is the lad who needs public
attention. Ilis nose is pointed in the
wrong direction and his brain and his
hand arc arrayed in hostility to public
morality, peace and safety. He is not a
villain in embryo and need not necessarily
become one in development; and if
community will only give htm
half the attention which he gives
to community it will but sub
serve its own interests that is to say, if
the attention is of the right sort kind,
sensible, practical, fraternal, helpful and
educational. If society will give the small
boy, who has no anchor of his own to keep
him in the right place or no rudder to
guide his craft in the right direction, some
"help and Eome guidance, society will save
its posterity, if not its present generation,
a great deal of trouble and expense. For
the small boy can be influenced, easily, by
wise appliances and if his brain and hands
are kept busy with innocent and honest
employments he will be sure to go in right
ways and finally to come into the right
From a paper written by, our esteemed
friend, Mr. Benjamin Clarke, editor of the
London Sunday School Chronicle, and one
of the clearest-headed and best-hearted
men in the world's great metropolis,
(which paper is' printed in the Congrega
tionalism of Boston,) we learn that some
thing remarkable und very substantial has
been done for thi nail boy in London,
who, by the way s very much like the
small bof in Siringfield, only perhaps
dirtier and in poorer circumstances. Many
years ago a London merchant Mr. Quin
tin Hogg, by name (certainly not a hog by
nature), purchased an old theater in the
west end of London, called the
Polytechnic, at an enormous price,
paying the money all out of his own
pocket, and this is the kind of a place he
has iLade of it: There are at present 2,500
members, the present limit of accommoda
tion bsing reached, and there are many
hundreds of young men with their names
down, waiting for admission. The sub
scription is threepence (or six cents) per
week, paable monthly in advance, or three
shillings (or T2 cents) per quarter, en
titling members to free use of the library,
reading oocial, chess and draught rooms,
admission to the Saturday evening popu
lar concerts, entertainments and lectures,
at a nominal fee, and the privilege of join
ing the classes at greatly reduced rates;
also the use of the gymnasium, with tuition
in fencing, gymnastics by a skilled in
structor, and in summer the swimmiag
bath at a small charge.
Besides the members there are a great
many students who merely attend the
classes, which constitute a very remarka
ble educational agency. There are, at
present, 5,300 individual students, receiv
ing instruction in something like 140
classes, on the ordinary subjects of educa
tion; and the various branches of science
are taught, and technical instruction is
given in all sorts of trades. These classes
are presided over by thoroughly compe
tent teachers. The technical classes re
ceive instruction from experts on their
various subjects. The success of these
classes has been commensurate with their
size. At the technical examinations the
students (Mr. Clarke assures us) have
distinguished themselves above those from
any other institute or technical college in
the kingdom. This is especially true of
the plumbers, the carriage building and
the watch making classes; while the pho
tographic class carried off all the medals
offered in that subject
And the morals of the boys are not neg
lected, for Mr. Hogg has a Bible class on
Sunday afternoon, attended by between 500
and 600 boys and many men, and Mrs.
Hogg has a Bible class on Thursday even
ing, with 120 members. On Sunday even
ing the large theater, a well-proportioned
and elegantly decorated auditorium, capa
ble of accommodating from 1,200 to 1,500
people, is crammed with the young men
and their companions, when an evangel
istic service is conducted by Mr. Paton.
There is an after-meeting, to whi:h some
times 500 remain. There is a Christian
Worker's Union of about 230 members,
who engage in evangelistic work among
the members, in open-air preaching, and
in supplying Sunday-schools with teach
ers. There has been no attempt at organ
izing a church, but whenever a young
man shows an interest in religious matters
he is aBked with what denomination he has
been in anyway identified, or to which he
may have any leanings, and he is then
commended to some individual church.
Temperance work is also vigorously car
What becomes of these lads? There
is but one answer to the question, and in
it we find a solution of a great and su
premely important local problem: They
become intelligent and useful citizens,
instead of scoundrels, preying upon the
It is Miss Ada C. Sweet, and cot Miss
Swift, who has declined to "resign" her
position of pension agent, (at Chicago,) at
the request of Gpn. Black, who had as
sured her that she had performed her du
ties satisfactorily. She didn't think it
would be in accordance with true civil ser
vice reform, as her term of office does not
expire for a year yet, to vacate the place.
This is the Black that we have been prais
ing so profusely.
Billy Diehl's lion has been quite uneasy
and has refused food ever since the resur
of last fall's election was announced, but
since he read Tuesday night's Globe
Republic he has turned his face to the
front, and with his head and tail up (like
a bay steer in the corn) he snorts defiance
to the foes of the Republican party.
With Cleveland in Washington the peo
ple of Buffalo feel that they are orphans,
indeed. They have given away Grover
and got nothing in return and have had
their splendid music hall burned to.
Poor Buffalo; perhaps if she ever has a
good thing, again, she will save it to her
self. We fear that our esteemed and able fellow-journalist,
Mr. McLean, of the Cincin
nati Enquirer, will not succeed Hen. John
Sherman as Senator from Ohio. There is
many a fearful slip between the cup and
lipl "You bet"
If we wished to give certain Democratic
editors a dose of their own medicine we
should say that Grover Cleveland hud
drawn the first month's installment of Mr.
Mr. Beecher is quoted as saying he
would like to vote for Lamar for president
next time. It must be that Mr. Beecher
thinks Jeff Davis will not survive until
We are indebted to Messrs Raphael
Tuck & Sons, of New York, for a fine as
sortment of beautiful Easter cards.
To Grover Cleveland: Diar Sir We
have this end of the boat anchored to the
rock of Republicanism!
The streets of the Quaker city are very
foul and a writer in the Bulletin calls the
Much power to the arm and much
strength to the nerve of Springfielu's
The Republicans of Springfield are al
ready well organized for the fall cam
paign. Cincinnati is safe lroin cholera this year.
She cleaned herself up, Monday.
The Ohio Legislature should pay itself
off and go home.
Ohions now sing "We've been re
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SKIN AND BLOOD UNIVER
Wra.T.Totten.672Norili TVnth street, l'bllt-
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year, all of nhich be attributed to a systematic
courseof the Cuticl'ka Kksolvest. which baa
proTed effectual when all other remedies failed.
Chas. Brady, Soraervllle, Mass., who refers to
Pr. J.J. Wood, drutglst, of tint city, testifies to
a wonderful cure of running sores on the neck
which had been treated by hospital physicians
without cure, and which yielded completely to the
Sty skin dleas., whieh resisted several popular
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OFF FOR THE ISTHMUS.
The Second Battalion Embark for
ms Will Clear the Isthmus of Columblaa
Bnshwharkrr Charcrs Fever and
Spring Bains the Only Danger.
New York, April 8. Tho tug boats
Kina and Catalpa com eyed the second de
tachment of marines for Aspinuall from
the navy yard In Brooklyn to the Pacific
Mail dock at the foot of Canal Street in this
city yesterday afternoon. As tho tugs
steamed around the Battery and up the
river the lifers and drummers played stirring
melodies, and the men scattered at will
around the boat laughing and chatting.
When the pier was reached they quickly
landed, formed in companies, and marched
on board the Acapulco in single file.
Captain J. II. Iligbie is in command, and
Tirst Lieutenant William F. Spicer is Adju
tant of this detachment, which is to be
called the Second Battalion, the one which
left Saturday being known as the first The
fhe companies are commanded by Captains
It W. Huntington, It S. Callum, W. &
Mue, G. C. Iteid, F. M. Harrincton. Lieu
tenants Allibone, Bader and Sharp com
mand the three Catling guns, and Lieuten
ants Mason, Kellogg and Colwell, of the
tliree-incli guns. There are 140 men in the
two batteries. Commander B. U. McCalla
ts in command of the expedition.
Commander MeCalla said: "I don't know
how long we shall stay, but I suppose until
the trouble is over. It seems already to be
subsiding, and our chief difficulty will be
the heat and fever."
Captain G. C. Reid said: "I have spent
considerable time in Panama, and we may
have considerable trouble with these Colum
bians. We have got to clear the Isthmus
and these fellows are great bushwhackers.
They stmot from behind, from their hiding
places, and it is hard to catch them."
A naval officer who has had years of ex
perience on the Isthmus, said: "The boys
imagine tliey are going on a junketing tour,
but I fear they will be sadly disappointed.
It is not only foolish but outrageous for the
Got eminent to send a few hundred men
down thereat this season when the spring
rams ami tne margeo let er are setting in.
Thousands of men n ill have to be sent and
Iowa State Auditor's Troubles.
Davenport, April 8. Deposed State
Auditor Brown orriu-d here jesterday and
w..s immediately arrested by J. M. Duffins,
one of his bondsmen, w ho w ished to with
draw as security, and is allowed this modt
of doing so by statute. Brown's attorne
applied to the Supreme Court in session
here for a writ of habeas corpus, which was
granted, returnable this morning, when
cause must be shown why he is held undei
arrest for exercising the duties of his offic.
after being suspended.
Trying to Defraud an insurance Conipanv.
Ciiaki.estox, W. Va., April 7. On
February 27 the clothing store of M. Kauf
man burned, and a large ortioii of hi
stock was supposed to have been destrojed.
The companies in which he was insured
sent siieWal agents to settle the insurauce.
Sonie occurrences led them to suspect sharr
practice of some kind, and they determined
to imestigate tho matter, and on Friday
they found $2,000 worth of clothing had
been hidden in the stores of Kaufman'i
friends. The companies in which he was
insured refused to settle any jiortion of tht
insurance, and Kaufman will bring suit
A Distressing Tragedy.
Pabkebsburo, W. Va., April 8. A
most horrible tragedy occurred at Pennsboro,
near here, Sunday night Dr. E. II. Martir
and "Babe'' Tinimins, had a dispute ovei
forty-five cents. Tinimins was coaxed
away by his friends but had not
gone far, when Martin began
Firing at him. One bullet lodged in Tini
mins' gioiiL Tinimins relumed the fire.
At this juncture Martin's twelte-j ear-old
daughter, seting her father in danger, rantc
protect him, when she was hit by a bullet
and killed. Both Martin and Tinimins are
The Secretary of the Navy Has Appointed
Three Persons to Pass Upon the
New Steamer Dolphin.
Detaching Naval Officers From Their Ves
sels In the Asiatic Squadron Tho
New Soldiers Homo at
THB NEW STEAMER DOLrmN.
Washisoton, April 8. Secretary Whit
ney yesterday addressed a communication to
Rear Admiral Edward Simpson, President
of the Naval Advisory Board, informing
him that he had decided to designate three
persons who have not been connected with
the construction of the new steamer Dolphin,
to assist him in the discharge of his duty of
passing upon the final payment The Sec
retary notified the board of this action in
order to obviate his action from any inten
tion to rellect upon the correctness of the
conclusion reached In the case by the Ad
visory Hoard. The board to assist the Sec
retary will consist of Captain George E.
Belknap '(who has the highest rank of his
grade In the navy) and Commander Evans.
The board Is to examine and report as to
whether or not the vessel has been construc
ted in accordance with the terms of the contract-Tire
following telegram from Colon was
received by the Secretary of the Navy yes
terday morning: "Nothing new, only ,
Panama Railroad Company at work getting
the road in order. Got eminent troops anx
ious about their prisoners. Railroad com
pany feeding troops and all in need. Great
anxiety among foreigners at Panama.
Secretary Whitney has said that his action
m detaching naval officers from their tessels
on the Asiatic station for having their fam
ilies near them, did not indicate that the
order forbidding the proximity of an officer's
family would be continued, but merely that
until it was ret oked it would be enforced.
This Is construed to intimate that Secretary
Chandler's recent order respecting this
matter, and which is ery distasteful to
naval officers, will not be in existence a great
General Lawton, of Georgia, arrived here
Monday night and is the guest of Hon. R,
T. Merrick. ' The Impression prevails that
General Law-ton will be appointed to the
Russian mission notwithstanding the objec
tion on the part of some members of the
Senate Committee to confirming his nomi
nation. The Board of Managers of the Soldiers'
Homes met here yesterday. General Neg
ley, chairman of the Board, reports all of
the Homes in excellent condition. The new
Home now in course of construction at
Leavenworth, Kan., which will accommo
date 3,000 soldiers, will be ready for occu
pancy next fall. When completed this will
be the finest of its kind in the country.
Colonel Sinith,formeriy of the Maine Home,
has been apointed Superintendent of the
Leavenworth Home. Tho Board will leave
to-day to isit the Home at Hampton, Va.
The attorneys for the Pacific Railroad
have filed briefs with Secretary Lamar ask
ing for the allowance of a rebate for equip
merit, etc, which Commissioner of Rail
roads Armstrong refused to allow in his last
settlement with these roads.
The question as to the right of the South
ern Pacific Railroad to lease other land grant
railroads has been referred to Commissioner
Johnson for a decision.' The point is a new
and important one in the relations of the
Government to the land grant roads, and
the decision is awaited with great interest
William F- McLean, of TerreHaute, Ind.,
has been selected as First Assistant Com
missioner of Pensions, to succeed Major
Walker, resigned. Mr. McLean will be ap
pointed in a short time.
A delegation of citizens of Dakota called
on the President yesterday and requested
him to revoke the order suspending the -executive
order of President Arthur which
threw open to settlement the lands in the
Winnebago Indian Reservation. The
President referred the delegation to Secre
tary Lamar, who gave them a hearing and
afterwards promised that he would give the
caso his early consideration.
dlCANTIC SWINPLE UNEARTHED.
Three Hundred Caw. In Which Frauds
Have Been Perpetrated Upon the Gov
ernment by Sharpen Soathem Ar.
Little Rock, Ark., April 8. The atten
tion of the Interior Department bas been
called to the gigantic swindle which has
been perpetrated on the Government by a
few sharpen in southern Arkansas. The in
testigation of the matter now in progress in
La Fayette, Columbia, Union and Ouachita
counties, has implicated fifteen persons and
unearthed 300 cases in which frauds have
been perpetrated. Under the graduation
act passed by Congress in 1845, the pur
chasers of lands in the sections should have
t ecjired title at 12 4 cents per acre.
Through a misconstruction of the law
many who purchased large tracts of the
Government Ian I were required to pay fifty
cents per acre. A great many persons to
whom this land was sold have died, and the
whereabouts of the heirs is unknow n. Tho
parties implicated recently, through fraud,
secured letters of administration on the es
tates, and presenting the claims to the
United States Land Office, Secured the
37K cents overcharged by the Government
In many instances letters of administration
have been procured on the estates of per
sons alleged to be deceased, who are alive
and reside in the State.
Murdered In a Street Car.
Newport, Ky., April 8. A sensation
was caused here jesterday morning by a
tragedy in which two citizens of this place
' figured as principals. John S. Cummings,
a clerk in the First National Bank, was
seated in a street car, on his way to the
bank, and when within a few blocks of his
destination a man hurriedly boarded the car
and walked up to where Cummings sat,
drew a pistol and exclaimed: "You villain,
I hate you at last" The man fired three
Shots, killing Cummings instantly. The as
sailant then fjoolly placed the pistol in his
pocket and said he w as ready to surrender
himself. The man was taken into custody
and at the station house recognized as a
respected citizen of this place. He declined
to make any statement further than that he
was pleased at what he had done. It is be
lieved that he killed Cummings in revenge
for the ruin of his daughter.
The Raven Run Colliery Dis ister.
Shenandoah, Px, April 8. The dam
ge to Raven Run Colliery by yesterday's
cat e-in is so great that it Is hardly likely
tliat the mine w ill ever be re-openedi The
Ioint at which the men were working was
directly under the fall, and there can be no
doubt that they were instantly killed. Two
gangs of men are at work, twenty in all,
trying to recot er the bodies of the ten vicr
tints. Eierienced miners say a week must
elajise before any are readied, and it -may
take months to recover them all. Six of the
unfortunate men were married. They leate,
besides their widows, thirty-nine children.
Judge 1'uller StUl Living.
Boston, April 8. It was announced yes
terday morning that Judge Henry W. Fuller,
of the Roxbury Municipal Court, died Mon
day after a short illness. The report is not
true- Judge Fuller, although very III, is
considered to have passed the critical point
and is now on a fair way to recovery.
General Barrios' Death Not Confirmed.
New York, April 8. Antonio Barrios,
son of the Guatemalan President, is at the
Windsor Hotel and savs he has not heard
:rom home and does not believe the story of
bis father's deati..
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we nave oone me nnest worn ever seen
in Springfield and continue to do it, and all be
cause we employ none but the most skilled and
experienced workmen and artists.
If you want any work of the kind done
entrust it to us, and we will guarantee you
perfect satisfaction at the very lowest prices
for which good and perfect work can be done.
HE CO., 13 S. MARKET ST.
sTake a Pointer from the Above.
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS, AND STEAM FITTERS,
Practical Macliiiiist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all kinds of Machinery done en short notice. S rcial attention
given to repairs on Stationary and Farm Engines, Mill Work, G'earirg. Mtaillar
Hangers, Pulleys and Experimental Fachintry of all descriptions. Biaeamiti
ing, etc. V crk promptly attended to, prices reronabe, and salisfaetioa gnar.
anteed. Ofice and Works, 66 and 68 East Waenuigon Strtel, Spriugfled, OeU.
Telephone So. 346.
CHAMPION BAKERY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
CHAMPION BAKERY! RICHMOND
167 West Main Street.
R. E. LOBENHERZ, Propr.
AFIHSTCUSS BAKERYAHD COHFECTIQHEHY
I1V ETEIIT B8PECT.
Btst Bread In ths cltr. Tbrce Loaves for 10c.
The larsrest assortment of fine and plain cakes.
Furnishing ol Parties, Weddings and Socials a
ESTABLISHES IN 1836.
War. H. Gbaht. Majrrnr M. 3
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard. Baooai axd Haas.
Boom !?o. 5, .Arcade Building, Second Floor,
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Late of Clilcatco.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Speclsltjr of fine fillings; restoring; partial loss of
teeth without pistes, and restoring to usefulness
sound toots and bioaen teeth by crowning.
11C 1-2 West Main Street.
Dr. Frank . Hunyan,
Berania Hi Bnrklnstasm's 'Hollnlaa
owes- Murraj Bro's tnrei.
"p.cisl stlettl.i ,!ttic lfce imentm
DR. H. B. DOSCH.
Rooms 15 & 17, Arcade, Springfield, 0.
Seecla! Attention Given to Operatta DeatJs
Purti!esaiid"Quukor Stiles perfectly fast and reliable.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRY GOODS DEALERS.
StraightCut No. 1
CIGARETTE Smokers whs a e willing to par a
little more for Ggarettes than the price charged
fortheordinarr trade Cigarettes will flsd tho
RieHMOHD STR1UGHT6UT 10. 1
fcCPKIUOK TO ALL OTHERS.
They are made from the brightest, moat deli
cately flavored and Merest coat srold leaf
g;ron In Virginia, and are absolutely without
adulteration or drugs.
We use the Genuine French Rico Paper, ol
our own direct Importation, which Is made espe
cially for us, water-marked with the name of
Richmond Straight Cut No. I,
on each Cigarette, without which noneare genuine.
Imitations of this brand have b?en put on saie.and
Cigarette smokers are cautioned that this is the
Old and Original brand, and tootserTethateach
package or box of
RICHMOND SHflAIGHT GUT GIGARETTES
Bears the Signature of
ALLEN & SINTER, Manufacturers,
Who are tired of Calleres that fade lb sunshine
or w.shin; will find tbe
PINKS, PURPLES, AND
perfectlr fast and tellable. If yoa want an honest
print, trr them. Blsde in great variety.
I WILL PAY $2.50 PER DAY
To all who work foi me at heme. To many I caa
affrrd to pay mote.
Steady Km ploy ment. Light, pleaatnt work
Send postal crd to W. W. Ktdouf, LouistUle. Ky
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OF THK BTwAV BODT ENLARGED, DtTIXOPrD.
STRENOTUEStD. rM.tna ttturrtntBg slTtrosr
th sadTm.-Wt. r TeTT blaThlT .nrt-yi. Insfrt-ewd pW-fMMjS
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W6n I e. j cnr. I do not msmo n.r.lr I. .top tlmn for
tin. .aj tLc t.T. toera rrtnra da. 1 m... . ndic tiK
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ts wont cm... Skiu, other, Lv. bllnt u bo mo, for
Dot now ncftvtar . core, tfcnd .1 odc for. trMUMead .
erf. Bottle of m J l.f.lllt.1. remedy. Olv. EXpree. M roM
ltUT ft oaltlT rtuwdy toe turn tr dirv; -, u pj.
bae b-a eursM. In td. so moor I 1117 faith U its fflae
ttut 1 will send TWO BOTTLES PKEE, tor her wllh TAI
UXBLB. TREAT 15 K on thi diswaM.ti aoy saSertr. Sf-ffVafiS
trsssajd r. O. fttUretft, QT.JL&UXVU.Ul rwl ,.
ADVKHTlM;i W I send for select list of loca
newspapers. Geo. P. EOWtLL & CO., 10 Sprue
St.. N. V.
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