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GLOBE RKPUULIO. THURSDAY EYENTNG, JULY 9 1885
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
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Cor. Walnut Alley.
Dally edition, per year,
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MNNEY NICHOLS & CO.
NOTICK TO KASTK1U4 ADVKHT18KHS.
Mr. II. C. HMTniK, 23 Park lion, Mew York, la
the CUobs-UkI'VIilh.'s f)vcial representative, to
whom all Kaitern advertising buslrje must be
THURSDAY KVEXISa.JUI.Y 9.
lti:i'IIIU.IC.N STATU TIG'KIJT.
JOSKI'll B. KoilAKKIt,
Of Hamilton County.
UonKiiT I'. Kxnnidv,
Of Login County.
Miiireiue'Cniirt Judge s
(ItoncK W. McIlvaink,
0! Tiisciimwns County.
John C. Hhosvn,
01 Jefferson County.
Attorney General i
Jacob A. Koiilkk,
Of Summit County.
Iloiirri of ltibllc Workus
WlLM S. JuNKS,
Of I'lko County.
Common I'leaa Judge
Joseph V,'. O'.Vkall,
Of Warren County.
Stale Senator t
TllOWAS J. rillMH.lt,
Of Clarke County.
The encaged female young person is
usually a very eugnginr; person.
The disgraceful O'Myera Legislature i9
to bo dodged by the Democrats in an ex
ceedingly short campaign, but nobody, tho
Lord included, reBpects a coward.
Tho quiet, "boodle" eflort ef the Demo
crats to secure the colored oto will only
bo successful with those who can be
bought, or are regularly for sale at each
el 'Ction. The effort in Springfield is very,
v ry transparent.
If our partisan I'rohibition friends will
plcuc induce their Democratic cohort to
c i "0 forth into tho arena, the partisan
r libitionists will bo given a very long
.; At present we see nothing very ut
iractive for comment in the political ns
peet, hence we enjoy a good joke with our
ardent young friend tho partisan Prohibi
tionist. Jleaars. Comly A. Co. aro now the pro
prietors of the Toledo Commercial Tele
gram. Mr. A. W. Francisco has gone to
I.oi Angeles, California, and Mr. A. D.
l'ellon succeeds him as the "Co." and
busintis manager of the Commercial Tele
gram concern. General James M. Comly,
one of the brightest of American, journal
ists, remains at the head of the concern.
Tho Democrats with a shameful State
record to defend, shrink from tho contest
liku a shivering, skulking coward. They
fondly imagine that tho dust raised by the
partisan Prohibitionists, like charity, will
cover a multitude of (Democratic) sins,
but it won't. They also hope to draw the
oolorcd vote with money, but they can't do
that cither. .
If newspaper notoriety was what Dr.
Leonard waseeking, his cup of joy must
now be nearly full. His most prominent
and effective organ seems to be the fla
grant Cincinnati Knquirer, whoso columns
are sticky with taffy spread out for the
Doctor's benefit. But favorable comment
in any other than a Doodle and Barrel
Democratic organ is rather rare. We
havo before us a copy of tho Xcnia Ga
rotto, which had taken a paragraph from
n newspaper interview of the Doctor, in
which he said: "I really won't be inter
viewed on this subject. I have been re
peatedly approached in the matter and to
one and all who hnvo asked me, have said
that under no circumstances would I con
sent to bo tho candidate. But I don't
want that statement, or any other, in the
newspapers, because in these days when
peoplo read that so-and-no refused to have
his iiamu considered, etc., they at .once
conclude that ho is a liar, and that bis
negativu is tuntnrnouut to an accept
ance." The Gazette reproduced this
bcfor the convention was held arid
remarked that it "had no doubt
Judging from tho Doctor's language'
that-he was a candidate I" And after he
was nominated, and accepted the nomina
tion, tbu same paper remark that ''You
can re-read the above and sea for yourself
but cttlmate of hlmitlff Tho Gazette
Kartbermore, we have It from the mouth
ul una of the most prominent mloUUri In
Xenlis that Dr. Leonard told him in most pos
itive terms that he woul 1 not under any cir
cumstances be a candidate for Governor.
Now ha is n candidate. Make your own tall
innlo of the worth of tils word.
Now tho (il.niK-IU.l't nut- q not going
to jump to the not U'ry remote conclusion
that tho Doctor is a liar It will be con
tented with saying thnt ho is very impul
sive and gushy niul possibly a littlo for
getful. Tho editor of the Indianapolis Times
thinks Dr Leonard's "usefulness" is ' de
stroyed" Ho says
Uev. Dr. Leonard, who has been noTilna'cd
for Governor of Ohio by the Prohibitionists,
says be will consider hit first duty to his
church, and sslll neglect no work ol the pas
torate to take part In the campaign. Hut his
congregation is made up ot Republicans, w bo
are greatly dis'atlilled with his courte, and
it Is the almost universal opinion that unliss
he retires Irom his present pastorate there
will be an eruption in his church. They do
not propose to countenance a movement, the
effect ot which will be to retain the whltky
party in ower In Ohio.
The Chicago Tribune estimates that
since the first of January the number of
malefactors lynched in the United States
is ninety-nine. Of these ninety-six were
males and three females, fifty-eight were
white and forty-one colored. Tho South
is credited with seventy-five of the num
berond tho North twenty-four, while ntnotig
tho States Texas leads with thirty-one. As
to the offenses for which the criminals were
expedited, forty-four were guilty of mur
der, thirty-one horse and cattle stenling,
fourteen rape, three incendiarism, two
train wrecking, two 'murderous assault,
one for burglary, while two were hung for
causes unknown, but probably on gen
The CUeland Plain Dealer (Dera.) de
votes a whole column of rank stull with
great gusto over the fact that an ex-Confederate
soldier is already on the Govern
ment pension list. That he is there by
the grace of the Democratic party now in
power the P. D. ndmits, but exultingly
lays the blame upon Abraham Lincoln,
and thus holds the Republican party re
sponsible for it. The P. D. cci'ins to be
alllicted with blindness if it cannot seethat
ithasthewrongendof this thing as is usual
with tho blundering Democrats. The
facts are that duriug tho war many of the
captured rebel soldiers asked the Govern
ment to allow them to enlist in the regular
army as they did not desire to be ex
changed. They could not, on account of
their former oath, fight against the (. on
federate army, but President Linioln de
vised nn expedient and sent them to fight
the Indians on the frontier, thus relieving
regular soldiers to be used against the
rebels. One man out ol thnt number has
become so disabled as to be entitled to a
pension, and this is all there is about it
If he has sorted the United States as an
acceptable soldier since he whs a rebel sol
dier there is no reason why he should not
be pensioned. Here is a scheme to pavo
the way for the pensioning of all rebel sol
diers, nnd is brought forward as a prece
dent. A 1'ltOlIIIIirullV LAW IN OHIO THAT
We print the following with pleasure,
and append a reply
To Die tailor ol the (Jlobe-Itcpubllc.
Dear sir: Previous to the passage of the
Scott act it was against the law to sell whij
ky over the saloon bar to be drunk on the
premises. The Scott law being declared un
constitutional, does it not become entirely in
operative and leave matters in tlalu jvo; or,
in other words, is it not still illegal to sell
whisky by the glass to be drunk on the
A saloon keeper of my acquaintance main
tains that tbe portion ot the Scott act having
reference to this question bas not been de
clared unconstitutional II It bad been, a re-enactment
of tbe old law would be necessary to
prohibit tbe sale of whisky by the glass.
Hence this question. Vours truly,
Tho saloon-keeper is right. Previous
to tho enactment of the Scott law, tho i
liquor lows of the State had been prohib
itory for twenty years. Under the statute
no liquor could be legally sold to be
drank ou the premises whero sold, nnd the
penalty of infraction of the statute was a
fino of not more than f."0, nor less than
&, or imprisonment of not less than thirty
nor less than ten days. (Revised statute,
Sec. C,911.) Hut this btatute, although
prohibitory, was inelfeetivc, for want of a
public sentiment to support it. It was a
dead letter, and the pnssage of the Scott
law, on April 11, 18H3, repealed it by tbe
adoption of Sec. 11, of that act. Tho su
preme court, in consideration of tho un
constitutionality of the Scott Law, de
clared it unconstitutional in so far as it
levied a tax upon the traffic in intoxicat
ing liquors and made such tax a lien upon
the premises in which tho traffic was car
ried on, but did not disturb or even coi
sider the Section 11, alluded to, which
repealed the original act quoted.
Tho reasoning of the Democratic
majority of that court, in holding the
Scott law unconstitutional to that extent,
would seem to render tho whole law un
constitutional, but that portion of the
Court composed of "tho Democrats is
divided against itself, on tho question of
tho right of the saloon-keepers to recover
money paid as tares in the county treasury
under the Scott law, which they had pre
viously declared unconstitutional, and they
would now probably huld that the Scott
law was constitutional in so fur as it re
pealed section 6,911, Revised Statutes.
It is now quite possible that the saloon
keepers who refused to pay their taxes will
be compelled to do so. The question in.
volvtd has already teen raised and is uow
Now prepare for Grand Army Day,
'I In1 llninclcix.
It Is rnt.l Oark iiiMnlnlit. ill listen
In Unit putter nr tin) fii-li
It Is linn nf nur Dnir. talr bids.
Whilst him a In the Mi nk, ciM Fliri I?
It Is nun of simrallkt n rpiinli'ls,
Shut nut In tli.- snow ami sli 1 1 ,
No in) lloirs sin p unriii In tlicir littsVcta,
r-iilo frmii the ilnrkni us anil snots .
All the ln'ii'tn hi mir Chilstlitii country
Kind pit) win ii i r I lies L'u.
'I liusc hid only the Ik iiii'Ic'. chll.ln n,
VS ho ii iv stniidi MtiK to niul tm,
1 .01 k nut In thcpiist) itarkni m,
I ha( .crn It ainiln ntiil nimltit
'I hat idmilmt that llltnMiaimtt
tip niul tlnutl pa I the svlmlnw lump;
It Is niiri'l) Mime c'llniliiiii linking
Out tin re In thn frozen lain.
No our criminal are all ulirllritit.
'I In) lire pillisl, ami taniiht, itu.l 1c-.lt
'I hut in only u Irtliolis Klrl,
V ho has not hi Itlx r IihmI nor tioil
Ami the nlvlitirce, "ln In tin IMiijr."
Anil the riser cries, 'fill to the ileiul."
Look at the furthest ennn r.
w here tin- wall staiuls blank anil linro
Cull that 1.' n imck which u pisMIcr
Has lett niul loriKitli'ii thin '
His (Mimls Kline nut unsheltered,
VMM In! itpollt Ii) theiliuiip, lilht air.
No (iooiIs In our Dirtily country
Am nut loll to lie anil urow rolled,
lor each iiinn ktious tho market value
Of pilk, or ivooli ii, ur cotton;
Hut In i-omitliiir our rkhen ami wraith
I think our n or me rnntiiltcn.
Our ItenMn, ami our llilesi , ami our chattels
Have W1I7M lorpofwlor for 111:
Hut the lloiiieli are mils Ills limine,
Ills presence, Ills word. Ills will
Ami so Luzaru lies at our iloor-step,
Ami Discs uiKlcits him (still.
Mtsspiisrer of St. Jiwiph; llcn-kwell
HltOKKN HKADS A: UILVUTS.
Hcenre. In an lrl.li lil.priisiir) Forty
"Doctlior, I'm hero since niotiiin'l"
"Doctlior, lot hip go, nu' tho heavens
bless you. I'm as ssako as a piece of
('lory to your soul, doctlior, asthoro,
an' gi' mo something for this tlirom
bllnr I hae. I do bo tliri'iubliti' al
ways, llko a Btr.iw upon tho ssaler."
"Doctlior, I hutr a great pain in my
foot, sir. 1 declaro 1 orloil that botllo
full to-day morning, with it."
"'Hint was a lino physic you pa' mo
last night, long life to your honor."
"Theio isn't a bit I ate, doctlior, this
timo back, but what I get a cowccif
again' it tho ruimito afther."
"Doctlior, I can niakuno hand o' my
bead at all, these ilavs."
"Oh, doctlior, wfiat'll I do at nil
with thcso cars o' mine'? I'm parti
deaf always, an' when over 1 do be,
I hear great sounds nn' muses, waves
dashin' aguiu' tho bank, nnd birds
sshistliu' an' boo! an' candlesticks;
an ss hen I'm (loaf entirely, its then 1
1 hear all tho bells in It eland ringin' in
"Doctlior, lliovcagrcatcrjircss upon
"That girl, sir, that you sasv jestor
day evening svas bad entirely nftlier
you goin'; Oh, she began screechiu' in
a manner, that if tho priest was nt the
doors, jou'd think bo ssottldn't over
take her; an' usury bit of her so hot,
that you'd imagine tho clothes would
light about her, an' bur face the whole
time as red as if jou throsv a bossl o'
blood in it."
"Doctlior, a' ra pal! Doctlior, dar
liu'; Doctlior, asthoro! Oh, ma gta
hu! Ma prion chrco hit, Doctlior! au'
let mo go!"
Such ssuro a few of tho eloquent sen
tences addressed by tho thioug of pa
tients, without tho rails, to Doctor
Junta, ono of thu unending physicians
to a dispensary in a district of Ireland.
Accustomed to tho diu, ho remained
with an undisturbed cotintciianoo. look
ing nltoriinlpls into tho haggard, ro
bust, blooming, pule, fair, young and
ancient faces that ss'ero thrust forsuird
through tho wooden tails, and solicit
ing Ins sympathy. Tsso or tluuo young
disciples sscro hammering away "at
their mortars in dillmunt corners, com
pounding, liku so many Cs clops, the
tliiindui bolts of this great dispenser of
health or of its opposite. Tho scene
nroiind bun ssas ono which might have
waked uneasy sympathies in tho heart
of a novice. On one sldo svas a stout
man roaring aloud in the agonies of
tooth-drawing, on another, n victim to
tho sauio "qtiron of a' diseases," sat
woefully, with bnnd to jasv, coti
tcmplatiug tho toiluro of tho nuH'orcr,
ami ruminating over his own approach
ing sorrow; hero lay a stripling with
bandaged arm nnd cadaverous cheek,
just recovering with a sigh from tho lit
of syncope which had been induced by
tho operation of phlebotomy, and there
knelt, ssith slcovo up-turned, a young
Ksculapius, ssouudiug, with rutliluss
lancet, tho blue vuin in tho pretty foot
of a girl as fresh as a garland. In one
corner was an infant squa'ling ami
plunging on its mother's lap, in an
other tho loader of a faction discom
fited and head broken, lamenting
over tho recollection of his broil, and
groaning for tho priest. Hut all those
sounds of woo nud suffering saluted
tho car of tho medical adept with a
mere mechanical effect, and ho contin
ued to prescribe with a countenance
unmoved, amid tho twang of iron
postlos, tho squalling of children, the
vociferations of tho old women, nnd
tho moans of tho young, sent out from
beneath their hoods, calling each in
order to his side, and attending to their
wants In turn.
At a door in tho railing was placed
an abjo-bodied man, whoso duty it wxs
to admit the patients ono by one, to
sen that no more should pass at a time,
nnd to present them from loitering on
"Mary Mulcuhy!" cried tho phvsl
cian, reading from a ticket which Find
just been handed in.
An old woman hobbled on crutches
to tho door. Jerry Duhlg (thu ablu
bodied man before mentioned) opened
It to admit her. A rush was uiado bv
tho mob of patients outside. Tho olil
woman was flung into tho doctor's
arms, and Jerry himself was staggered
from his balance. Itut, liko a second
Horatius Cocclos, hu aroso In his
anger, and confronted tho Invaders In
tho breach of which thoy had almost
possessed themsches. Tho physician
gavo himself up for a lost man w lion
ho saw thu couutur-scarp thus furiously
stormed. Hut Jorry stood his ground.
Ho thrust right and left with his
clenched fists until hu sunt tho crowd
screaming and jostling back again
without tho ooor, with moro causa
of complaint than they had brought
from home. As tho old woman re
turned, Jerry, vexed at tho outrage of
which sho had been tho innocent oc
casion, caught hor by tho back of tho
nook, and sunt her out at tho door,
crutches and ul, at a rate moro rapid
than she hail traveled since sho was a
young woman. Sho tumbled and fell
among tho crowd, exclaiming, In a
tono between surprise nnd terror:
"Oh, heaven forglvo you your sins,
you conthrairy man. Hero's usagol
Tho doctor proceeded.
'-'What Is tho matter with your head,
my good man?"
"A littlo dilfurcnco I had, sir, with a
nnlghbor, an' ho "
"No, sir; only ho hit tip to mo about
mv brollmr that was Uiniiianiirfxil for
niglit'WalKlti , an out o tnat
"Ho broku your head?"
"No, sir; only I retorted on him, In
regard of his tissn father that was
hanged for cow alcalln'i an' "
"ilu broku jour head?"
"No, sir; only then joti .eo ho tnndo
up to mo nnd oall'il mo a liar, nn' with
that I sthruck film, and with that
"llriiko your head?"
"Itroko my head across."
"Ajo that's tho point. Onm would
think I was a Justice of peace. What
is it to mu what oit fought aboutP
I'lio liroken head Is alt 1 want."
"l'aix, then, I could spare it to your
honor now, an welcome,' '
"Hoiu, take that proscription to tho
joitng gentleman In the bluo coat that's
rolling the pills in tho corner.
"Well, in) joung girl, what's tho
mailer with von? Jerrv, mind tho
A sudden roar from without proved
that Jerry took thn hint.
Tim young patient just addressed
was n timid nnd pretty creature of six
teen, who hesitated for a considerable
timo, and glanced shyly on 'enrh side,
as if ofrahiof being overheard. Pity
ing her embarrassment, and interested
by hor tigure, thu doctor took her iuto
au inner room.
"Well, my dear," ho said, in a kind
tono. "What's tho matter? Come,
don't bo afraid of mc I'm your friend,
you know." And ho patted her ou tho
Tho girl only sighed aud looked
"Well, my dear, what havo you to
"Something that's como over mo,
sir. I'm In dread."
"Hosv Is that?"
"A great pain I havo on my heart,
sir. There's a boy livln' over, noar tho
Seven Churches, an I'm nfeerd ho
isn't actin' well."
"1 don't know, sir. Hut over since
I met him 1 feel quite altered some
wny. I'm always lonosome, an' with
a pain mostly nt my heart, an' what
makes mo think 'tis he that dono it to
mo is, because when I go to his moth
er's an' 1 find him at home, from that
minute the pain leaves mc, an' I feel
uothiu' at all until I couioaway.agaln."
"Oh, hoi" said tho doctor, "well, ray
dear, I'll order sou something; but
how is it you suppose that this lad
isn't acting well, as ou say?"
Tho girl lifted tho corner of her
check apron to her eyes and began to
cry a little.
"Oimo now, my dear, don't keep
mo here all day. I can't euro you if
you won't tell, jou kuosv."
"1 dauced with him of a night,
sir," sho replied in a timid voice ami
Willi a trembling lip, "an1 when hu
was sittin' next to mo ho guo mo nn
tipple, an' they toll mo now that "
lloro sho lifted her apron to her eyes
and cried n-fresh.
"Well, svcll," said tho doctor, sooth
ingly, "what thou? Don't be afraid of
"Thoy told mo ho put somuthiug in
the apple, sir, to to make a fool of u
Aud, so saying, sho hung her head,
and drew tho hood ol her oioak around
"Pooh! pooh!" said the doctor, "is
that all? Then you might be quite at
peace. Is this boy comfortable?"
" "fU Harry Iienigan, sir, that keeps
tho Latin school noar the Seven Church
es, an' holds his nlacoifrom Mr. Darn
er, of Glendoarg.
"And havo you any fortuno your
self, my dear?" .
"Fifteen, pounds, my undo left mc,
"A very nlco thing. Well, my dear,
tako ono of these pills every bccond
night; aud I would advise. you gener
ally, Hincu sou hud it relieves your pain
so much, to get into company with
Harry, to be near him as much as you
can conveniently; and como to mo
ngain when those pills aro out. If
Ilarry should call at jour hotiso any
timo between this and Shrovetide, I
would advlsoyou nut to bu out of tho
way. Do you hear?"
"I do, Mr. Loug life to your honor."
"Hut, above all things, bo suro you
take the pills."
Thu girl promised to bu oarcful,
dropped a courtesy, and, heaving a
gentle sigh, departed.
A loud knocking at tho door now
btartled the physician.
"You'io svutitiu' over, sir, in nil
hasto," cried tho hursfi aud stormy
voice of Jerry Duhlg, ''hero's Aaron
bhupherd comu to cull you to seo Mrs.
Wililermiiig, that's taken suddenly ill."
This startling announcement occa
sioned an instantaneous bustle The
doctoi's horse was ordered to tho door,
and bo hurried out of tho house, leav
ing tho crowd of patients storming at
Jutry, and Jrry roaring at tlium liku
D.iutu's Cui boms,
sslio, tLiinderliMr. stuns
The plfiti', thut thoy for deafness wish In
From Oeruld QrlJiu's Jtivalt.
An Aeroiuit uf thn Muimfxetiire of Thl.
'Hio following account of the manu
facltno of this interesting substance is
corvjlonscd from a paper in the United
States consular repot ts. Tho annual
product In tho dxlilct referred to
reached three tons in 1873-1, soiling
for ..r00,O)0. In 1HM-4 tho product
was 4, 600 pounds, but tho cost of man
ufacture has boon greatly increased in
recent years nnd it sold fur jfiL'fl.iKX).
Attar of rosos is ptoduittd on u largo
sculo in tho province of Roumolia, on
the bouthcri) .slopes of tho Italians, and
it is only the attur uf these tllstricU
that is of tiny moment. Small quanti
ties aie produced in India and l'ursla,
but they nro used for homo consump
tion, and tho samo is tho case with tho
attar of roses produced in tho southvof
Franco, which, nlthougli of good qual
ity, forms only a very small part of tho
consumption, of these producing
places. Tho attar of Tunis is of thu
Oust quality, but tho quantity produced
is comparatively small and the price
high. Very little is exported.
Tho attar produced in Koumolia Is
made by distillation from rosa darlas
cina, whoso color Is, as a rule, bright
red; It Is sometimes, but rarely, white,
it is not very full as a flower, and
blooms in May and June. Tho roso
trees, when full grown, reach a holglit
of about six feut, and ato planted in
rows. Thoy havo to bo tonded very
ciiruinl from tho autumn to the timo of
gathering. TJio lloweis when in bloom
aro plucked before sunrise, only in
such quantities as can bo distilled on
tho day thoy aro pluckod. Tho distil
ling apparatus -consists of a plain
tinned still, from, which a Ions; curved
I tubo is directed through a tub lilted
j with fresh witter, ami empties In a big
uoine. ouvcrai sucn apparatus pro usu
ally standing on stonu hoarths, by tho
slilo of each other, and, If possible,
oloso to a brook In tho sliade,'oj trcos.
Aicqrding to tho slzo of the appa
ratus, thostlll,ruaylioltl from tvventy
flvo to fifty pounds of roses, on which
about double that amount of waUr U
pouted, mid Is boiled bliskl) fur about
half an hour Tim dll'llod liquid Is
collected ill the botllo that stands at
tho mouth of tho cooling lube, nud tho
iltliil'iif roes, svhlch sepnuiles from
thu water npiienn on III" slitfaeo,
sshete It Is .skimmed Tho distilled
water is again used for distillation, and
s'oiislilulus llltim.ilel) tho loso-vvitter
which enters Into trade.
After a sulliclcnt qtiaiillt) of attar Is
produced it lias lobe totallj flced Irom
the water, and ! kept m copper cms,
tinned both on the Inside nnd outside.
Thu losu tiees attain their maximum
ptodiielng cap.icitj in thelrfouilh vuar,
saj flom 2,fKl to I. tlOO pounds per
ncte. The) ale vets sensible to cold;
fogs nnd tain are nl'o ver) fatal to tho
blossoms. Hut the vivid depends most
upon llio sse.itlui during timo of distil
lation; the latter 1 ists sometimes ten
ilnjs tuily, when Hie we.ilhet is vviitm
nnd clear, vvliute.is it mayieqiliro a
month ami inoic if Hie sk) Is ciotidy,
cspcculi) If tain falls at mtctv.ils. In
the lust case the sold is almost always
iinf.ivotable, as the io.es ale bioimiing
nt the same time, and, as lliete is no
timo to gutliel and vsoik them all, tho
odor of the lluuei soon viuiishu, nnd
tho ) ichl in alt.u is much less in conse
quence, so that ft.U i(J to 7,000 pounds
of leaves nlu needed lo gisu ono pound
of attnr. hen thu weather is f.isor
ablu and tho hods bloom gtadually
S.oOO to jj.fiou pound of leaves will givo
Pino ifcltar of roses when distilled
with duo cue is at lirst coloiless, but
soon takes a )cllossili color. No cer
tain method is known to detect falsifi
cation. Ailmixlutes of alcohol for thu
purposo of iiieie.ismg thu freezing ca
paclt), or iidliiiMuii'S of spetiuaceti,
neither of winch, at least in the whole
sale tiade, is now tesoiled to, arc, of
coul'i'. e.isil) delected. Hut the most
import nit f usifviiig medium is oil of
getiinluiti, win h some dealers otder
even at Constantinople lo bu sunt to
Ii) uiIik, to he ili.iilud over agalu
with roso leaves, nnd to mix with attar
of roses. Moderato additions of this
oil defv detection. Tho surest method
of testing is by smell, but it requires
much training, and can only bo acquir
ed by many v oats' patience. It is still
a vvidospie.iil belief, although an er
roneous one, that the quality of tho
attar of loses coiie-pouds exactly vsith
tho dcgice of Its fin, ng capacity.
"Tho "steaiopti'ti.' svhiih is tho fiee.
ing agent of tho alt ir, is devoid of any
smell w hales er, ind has, therefore, no
bearing on the lluv or or tho polity of
thu attnr. A ceilain freezing capacity
is, it is ti ue, one of tint claims which
one may lay on icall) good attar, but
this otil) bectusc the admixture of
other essenli il oils has Hie effect of
lowering Hie ficeing point. Tho at
tnr seta at .VJ degrees lo (!'! degrees
r.ihit'iilicit, accoidiug lo the quantity
of stcaropleu contained in it; it some
times, but exceptionally, congeals at a
higher tcmperattitc, it then shows
feathery, transpaient riystaW, filling
all this liquid spei ilic weight Is 9 87 at
07 degices r.ihletihoit.
Altar iiiado in thu highest-situnted
villages is, as a rule, considered of
gtc.ilcr fit't'iiig capability, nnd of
moro intense, Tint harsher, flavor,
whereas thu ptoduco fiom tho plain
shows a losser freting point, and is
possessed of a ssveelur and finer llavor.
o IttsU .lyriculturM (iitziltc.
II jsv many ss omen ss'o seo day after
day who seem lo hnvo no object In lifo;
who go about their household duties in
n mechanical soil of sray, ns much as
to say, 1 havo so mmh'to do and must
get it done, and push tlnoiitrli in ns
quick a manlier as possible. Now tlioru
is something radie-tllv wiong with such
a svdin.iti. I know that doing the samo
thing over and over, day after day, Is
apt to beconii! vety monotonous, un
less the mind is divctted onco in n
while b) other things. A walk, a tide,
a night spent at some placo of amuse
ment, or in social pleasure will freshen
tho j uled faculties svondetfully, and
)ou will return to sour pots and pans
with now est. An) Hung rather than
being enclosed within a fenv looms, no
matter hosv pleasant they may be. All
women know how weiring tho duties
ofwifoand mother are, and unless
bomorcst, soinu diversion Is taken onco
in a while, the incessant labor nnd
worry will soon hi oak hor down. And
yet 1 havo heard women who havo
largu families and no ouo to help them
say, that sometimes two or tlueu weeks
elapso before thoy go out. Nosv this is
not tight. Under siuh tie anient a
woman, no matlur boss stvect tcuiiicr
cd sho may hasu buen, will become
morbid and fretful. 'Thu husband docs
not liko to sue her thus, and unless ho
Is very far seeing, will iittrlbntu it to
sulkincss. Whenever )our vvlfo is
looking, as )ou think, sulky, proposo
a walk, or a street car tide, and tako
tho children along, if yuu can't do any
better. Or hiru sumo trust) person to
como in and tako cam of tlie littlo ono
for an o uiilng, and laku her out, and
you will seo hosv she will htigliten up,
and tho effect of that esciing's pleas
ure will last some t.inc. Mun who aro
out usury day do not nullo how te
dious It is for ii liboity-loving woman
to stay at home, or ho'sv gtuat an un
dertaking it is lo go out with tliruo or
four babies. Husbands, as a rulo, nro
not hard-hearted, they do not seo that
mother is pining for ftesh nlr and
amusement, that the drudgery of
us cry-day lifo is wearing her out; thnt
tho fino and worry of tho littlo ones is
nearly turning her biain. If they fully
runtiud it tiiuy would spuiul a littlo
moro money lor that same trusty per
son mentioned above, mid nt loast
oncu a week, tho partner of their jojs
and sonosss should liaso a leal good
time, something liku sho used to havo
whun thoy svoie lirst marriud and with
out care. Thu need of rccieation can
not bo too highly valued by both moth
ers and fathers. 'J ho wifo will tako
moro inturust in hor household labors,
and tho husband will suo a moro beau
tiful face when ho comes homo nt
night. Change Is lust, and ono will
soon become tired of lifo if there Is no
break In tho monotony of ovory day
A good and perhaps truo story la
told of Hub Ingursoll nud Secretary
Lamar. Itob called at tho Interior
Department and asked to seo tho Sec
retary. "Do Seo'tary is occupied, sah, with
members nnd Sonatahs only. Won't
seo nobody olso nosv, sah," said tho
colored messenger at tho door.
Hob waited n moment, with his hands
In his pockots. Then hu pullod out
half a dollar aud dioppud it into tho
iaiiltoi's hand, aflur giving a fusv whis
pered Instructions. A moment lntor
tho messenger walked Into tho Secre
tary's room, whero u largo number of
Senators wuro asseuibleij; and address
ed tho Secrotnr)
"Mr. Seo'tary, Mr. Hob Ingersoll am
ot do cloah. Hu says ho understands
that dls am du timu whun you won't
seo auy but members and Souutahs,
an ho wants lo know when you ro
"Show tho Colonel in," said tho Soc
rctary. lrWii'jio Mar.
A t IhM IHNUKIII flMrJI IITIT7 t)H C) 11M Ml 411.1
"tlotiv IKOSJenlMirntnirmttncn-r) Mir.
Iclu'i irNKrilun fur Ibow who Md tralMtn up
M IhM .Mltr lim nMHrttllll.M.t l.l.1..n.
II t'nrlelif ft
IhM .Mltr lim i
II dim nut Mactua or ia)r twch. earn head.
ache or produce MArtrptkio--4Afr iron mllrtnn tin
"!! .".. "ikkijit, leadlnc phjricUn ol
"llrtiwn'n Iron Tlltleniliia tbnmnshlrrnnri medl
nn Itim it In mj practloa, and find ttaarttnn
ir.ln .11 rrflin. . ... i.. ! - - . . i..m
tniu.lHl.lll Ql iQa aMSS. H
poalljr a prcdtln necednitr.
thn nyttusm. tjmre frna BHtera la
I. ll au inat at ciannea
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wrapper Tulle n niter. Mada nnfj t
HIIOSVN I IIKM!(-AI.n..nAI.TIVlltt',Sn.
. e'JUnBrTr--ihlI and tttrartlra, eon.
tatnlna llrt nf prltna for rsrlpi,lnfnrmtlnt) about
ERVf aiian awa l juj oMkra In mndleiDa, or
tailed lo any addraaa ai rSaMpt at So. namp.
Father, Mothsr, and Totm BliUrs Dsad.
Mr. David Claypool, formerly Sergeant-at-AnnsofthoNew
Notary Public at Ccdarville, Cumberland
Co., N. J., make the following startling
statement: "My father, mother, and three
sisters uit died with consumption, anil my
lungs wero so weak I raised bloou.Noliody
thought I conld live. My work (ship
em!tliing)wns very straining on mo with my
weak constitution, and I was rapidly going
to tho grave. While in this condition I
commenced using Mishler's Herb Hitters,
and it saved my life. Because it was so
difficult to get it in this little place, and I
had improved so much, I stopped taking it
for a tunc, and the result is that 1 have
commenced going rapidly down hill again.
Somehow, Mishler's Herb Hitters gives
appetite and strengthensand builds me up
as nothing else does, and I must have a
dozen bottles at once. Use this commu
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mo and I will make affidavit to it, for 1
owe my life to Mishler's Herb Hitters."
The secret of tho almost invariable relief
and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar
rhoea, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney nnd
liwr complaints, when Mishler's Herb
Hitters is used, is that it contains simple,
harmless, nnd yet powerful ingredients,
that act on tho blood, kidneys, and liver,
and through them strengthensand invigor
attfl tho whole system. Purely vegtlaMc
in ils composition; prepared by a regular
plijsician; a standard medicinal prepara
tion j endorsed by physicians and drug
gists. These are four strong points in favor
of Mishler's Herb Hitters. Mishler's Herb
Hitters is sold by all druggists. Pr Ice 1 1.00
jicr largo Imttle. 6 tattles for ?5.00.
Aak roar dmaiat for Iliasxm'a rinui nrmu
If he dosa not at-ep it, do not taan anyUitn aim, hut
iwnd a nUI card to MupjLKJl IIsjU) Brmjts 00..
tiaS Unramenra Htmot. nuadMBbia.
I nuflercd for more than fire yearn with Indluea
tloo, scarcely able to retain the iluipleit (cod
ujion lay itoutach. The burning acnaatlon was
almost intolerable, and my whole ayilem was de
ranged I was wakeful aud could riot sleep, and
consequently more or less pcrvoui all the time.
I deillued In flesh, and suffered all the umial dc
pnsslon attendant Uon this terrible disease. In
a word, I wai miserable. At last, Jaillnif to llnd
relief In anything else, I commenced the use of
B Ill's Ppecllic. I began to Improve at once
The medicine toned up the stomach, strengthened
the digestive organs, and aoon all that burning
ceased, and I could retain food without ulllicullj
Now my health li good, and can eatanvthlng In
the ahspe of fond, and digest It without the illght
estdlltlculty. I most iheerfully War this testi
mony, because there aro hundreds autterlug as I
wai, and I am sure they can be aa readily healed.
Tale the prescribed dose after eating. Instead of
before. JAMK3 MANN, No. II I) M.
Atlanta, Ua., May IS, 18S5.
Frea From Malaria.
In the fall of ISM 1 waa taken with a caso of
malarial fever which prostrated me both body and
mind. I waa drugged after the old fa.hlon with
mercury and other mineral mixtures, but with no
good results. My health waa shattered and ins
eneryeone. My lega and feet woul 1 swell, and 1
had what everybody thought wis dropiy. These
symptoms alarmed me, and I waa ready to grasp
at auy remedy auggeeled. A friend advised me ti
try Hwlft'a Cpeclllc. I procured three bottles and
ronmenced ita use. the swelling soon subsided.
1 have taken the three bottles which have mate a
perfect cure, and I feel like new man today.
There never waa a more meritorious medicine ol
fered to aultering humanity. It haa wrought
wonders for me. Wlixis JoNts.
Uesburg, Us) County, Ga., March II, Its).
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Calculi KfAoWrnt M'lV Co..Cl0Tclanil, O.t
tr Hlrn Ono if our cnMnmcri hm !?cm trou
Weil with Kill liny L'mmitiilnt, littn Irlod nearly
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cull ltri-riil lie rlulms loliP fully itIIptcJ nml
riir1. He dxN not want liln natun mario iMibllr,
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Ti kvklanp. O . March 21, 1685.
Calculi Hcwtpiit M'I'ir, lo , 70 Water Mreet:
(.cotlfiuen Knr ypara I havo at times Ireru
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from Klrtnpy aflectlon. Homo time ago, when l'i
the condition h1.tc inetitloned 1 1 rocurcd a Uittle
of your Calculi Hefuilrent. At llio time my urine
wa? pry red, and the iiedlmpiit accumulated dur
Idk the night had ROinelnt tho appearance of
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cleared up, the oflenslto mnell Itft It.and now no
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call Inn the attention or thono slmlllarly afflicted,
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