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GLOBE RtfPTJHLia FRIDAY EVEMNG, JULY 24 188G.
fe.li N Mnth
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
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whom all Eastern advertising business, must bo
rnwAY Evss-ijs'a, jvr.r n
linrinu.iOA.N statu licuirr.
Jonrrii 1). Foraeer,
Of Hamilton County.
Roiirt P. Kknnedi,
Of TiOgna Ocranty.
Mlprt meCoiirt !itcls i
Groans V. MoIlvai.sc,
01 Tujcanwtu County.
State, I rriisurcri
Jotit 0. HnowN, .
Oi JetTetson Oonnly.
Attorn.) fltitu.mt i
Jacob A. Kouliii,
Of Summit Ootiuty.
Itonrdor l-itlilln Worllsl
Will 8 Jones,
Of Pike County.
Jotlll'H W. O'.VbvLL,
Of Warren Oounly.
felolo s niitnrt
Thomas J. Privciia,
Of Clarke Couuty.
DELEGalE LECTION IID GDMEHTIDII.
To Ike RrpvHKaut tif llnrt CWlif, Olii.,
I OLT arc herehf in tilieO (lint tacrUncx willle
lieM In each of the ruling precinct or sahl
.iimida; l.njulntr, .ut-nt , I km",
at the nanal jlaeo r,f rotins, tinleiia otherwise prir
TlJwl.lor the aelectieoof ulriU luatluiJ tho
Count CoDTentlon to be held tm
TllOidny, I1K!I),.)1 AUBUnt I, 1X8',
at the Wljwam, Id IhoCllr of si rlnsdtM, to noiii
nate candtdabao fur the fullowln;; cuuuty uIGcca
1. nepresenutl re.
2. Prosecuting Atturney.
i. loEnnarr Director.
The Delegate! to uld Convf ntlon ahall be no
locKxliu thefoUowlaK manner:
That on the eronlnc '( Auguat 1, ISM, the 11-
liuuucau eiwH-m ui , lark couiiiy, 1711111, snail aa
aenibleln oach vutlng rreclnet In aahl cuunty at
their usual voting places, or at anth pUuiai Die
Onlral Cumtuittteu;An of each pn clrict 1m11 pro
vide, which place uf uiecllni; alull li.Iislgniutl,
if It be other than the isual vutlni; place, and m
tlco cheti Ut tlm rultra u( iwid prtcineu at Ioast
ton daya prior to the rucui ineeltns.
The Central Couiinitleenian, or in his ahsciue,
pome one deaignau.d h him, shall call tho meet
Infi to order at 7 p in In the county precincts, and
at 8 p in. In Ihectly precincts, and Ihey ahall ru
cifHl to eluet a Chairinuii, crotary, and a person
ui be blindfolded to draw the namt a f rum the Mx,
and a commllleo conalatlnK of mh en reliable )U
The officers abnre designate 1 ahall lie dieted In
such manner as the cam its may di-cide, except tho
coiumltteooi seven, uliich shall be e'ectrd as fallows-
No nmiiiujtlons ahall be rnadr, each lie
publican voter at the taucua shall write the name
nf ono suttabln lieraon on a balhit and place It iu a
Ikh or hat pru idi 1 (or Hist purpoiu , tliese ballola
shall bo collected ami outlined in the irescme of
the meeting, and l lie seven reiivjii' the hlghesl
number of ule-. shall lunsililuto said cuiiuuTttee,
ahoulil there i ul lc a 11 n persons oted fur nu lint
lint ballot Ih, si reeeMnif rutea sliali Ite ileclarc.1
elected to said cuiuii . "cc, and a new ballut ahall
be taken as Im-i ire tu elect Itte remainder uf said
euuimttUe, slioul I auy rsuua receive a tlo vute,
said tie ahali bqdpteriaiued by lot in such manner
a the caucus nily decide.
Tliosaldcoinuilliceuf seven shall then linpar
lartlallysilect from the KepiilillciU electors of
said precinct tho nanien uf twiie tho nutnlier tn
which aald precinct is entitled to delegates In aald
Counly Ounventlon, they ahall then place the
names so Klectef In n box, which shall be thor
oughly shaken tin names shall then be drawn
me at a time by a person bliudldlfd and choacn
for the puro rho Brat half of the names
drawn out aha I be the Delegate and tho other
liilf In thourdrrul their dnwina; ahall bu the
AlUniatea Iu tiaid ' uunty Cuuvejiilon.
The basis nt reprekpnutiuii at said Couvcnllnii
shall be une Delegate to eiery 'a vctos cast fur
James (I. Main lor President at the Nuihiii.it,
ltaT,, election and ono Delegate fur every fraclluu
of lor more.
AU republicans who vof el for said Jamis (1.
Illsine for sucli office at sal 1 election, unless pro
vented by unavoidable absence, sickness, or ml
liorlty, ami who will support the noinlnera uf aald
Convention, alull tie entitled to voto ami partlcl
I ale lu aald meetings.
Ilie various precincts shall bo viilltkd to tho
foliuwlng number uf Jielegalei.
liunnelsvllle .....,.... . 5
Aledwar ....MM..........M w. 1
Newlarhsiou MM in
Tretuout - . ....m - !
(ireeue township ...m,.. , u
lfariuouy...Mm...H.H...HH.H,.,.M,,.,.w , ..13
Mallaou m. ..w....m-....w,, . 17
Mad Hirer , ... ... ij
Muorcneld .. M.
Third l'rocluet A..
Precinct ll. .
filxlti Precinct A
Prteiuct H.n. .
Borontu l'rwlnct A.
. . s
1 rcs-iucc J.
Also, each precinct meeting shall return the
M.WM' ; naiueui suuame person tor ecntral (iiiumltlee-
ysfl uianot aald preoinct for Iheeuaulng jiar.
'H liy order of Central L'ummltlee.
Zff&l , Jl'IIN V. PA11H0NH, Clialtiuan.
?ijl j Jas. P. OooovviH, (tcrclary,
Ill Mnlidi is ilcntl njjtiiii. Ami miro
ciiotii'li ilcitd, this time.
Mr Keiley h hi Paris ilrnwitij; liis k.iI
nry n minutir to Austria. Ho 1ms nliottt
(lie softest tiling in llio lni'incn
It t now Htntoil llmt the Hnrpor? arc
iilmiit to iflsim two InrLji voluini 1 of llio
writuifii ol linn Sniimel J. 1 ililcn.
'I lie Dcmotrnlii Stnti' Convention will
bo liolil in Columbus, tho Hub nml 20th (if
Augint 'I Ins ii our tliwo of "sour
TIip American Protective Tnrill I.cnjjuo
lias schclPil its first board of twonty mali
ngers Ohio in roirpu'iitiil in the hoard
bv Mr Ilniiil IIurnter, of 1'ilt, wool
grower ntul fnrintr, timl by Hon (inorgp
II l.ly, of Clpvelivml, a mine proprietor.
'1 lie f minus, " Slnpira nmiiaurripts,"
winch vcero ollcreil to the llntish govern
input a Ipw years aj;o for $",000,000, were
sold in London last uei k at a prico said to
be eighty cents Scholars had linemen d
that they were boj-iis inaiiiificliirud (or
nalo to maiiujcript intitules
'llio Dunkirk Observer, a daily evening
pnper, the Dunkirk Journal, a weckl), nud
tho Chautiuriia rarmcr, also a vteikly,
have nil bepu Rroatl) imiirotcil sinco they
pitssul into the hands of Messrs Parker
A Nichols the I ist named bciuj; Mr D A
A NiohoN, formerly of the liu-uni ii, of
tint city, and for many jears, after
ward, ono of the editors
of the Country Gentleman, at
Albany, N V Mr. Nichols has been ably
and iiiduitmouly assisted, editorially
especially in the loctl department, by his
son, Mr. l!ra)lon I,. NichoN, formerly
connected with thn cit department, sue
ressiely, of tho Km-uimu and tho 111 nut
Kepi nut-. 'I he Observer has recently
been enlarged and has added a local de
pari input for the beautiful ulliije ol Pre
louia, three miles away ami connected
wi'h Dunkirk by a strict railway
MIT A Sl.l.r-Sl Mvl IC.
Ulysses S Ciraut was not a sell seeker,
lie was gradually promoled to the higheht
places 111 the gift of tho American people
as a result of his demonstrated nuriH He
was nominated for the Pestdciicy njainst
Ins will and the n nomination was forced
tilfiii him bv the people. It was plainly
not bis desire to be a candidate for a third
term, mnl he was merely the wctuti of
whit are now popularly known as ' fool
friends (Ir tut was pun ly patriotic. He
tendered hih military eertieo to the coun
try merely because he wished to put down
the ltebellton Ho had no dnam of pro
motion or gri atness. As a result of the
principle illustrated by tho phr.ise "the
survival of the fitlc-ht" he became the
liadir of the armies In himself and by
1hiii.ii If I, (,. W!1h patriotic, gi nerous, just
and truly and grandly gre-it 111 all respects
l!ut iiogrent man in America 1ms ever
sullirred inure from indistnet and nseally
friends than dnl (Irani, If these l.ilse and
scoundrelly ptrasiti sare allowed to go tin
whipt of justice, tho fait will bo disgraceful
to the American people.
UIIOI.I.KA - MIIAT SIIAI.I. UK DO
A mini IT?
At the ery outsi t wo may say of ihol
era, with perfi et s.ilety, that it will nuer
come to this country unless it is brought
here and that if our authorial s und pe-e
pie exercise duo and inti lhgeut vigil.inco
it will neerrtaeh these shores I The ster
ling old North American Itcwi w, which
lits repeatedly rendered not only the lit
erary public but the people of the country
great srmce by prot tiling a forum fur the
the rough, impartial disiussion of im
portant problems, has givin to
tin public, 111 its latest issue,
lio able issays on Cholera, (rem the pens
of as many thoroughly educated physicians
nvni ly, Dr .I0I111 II Hamilton, Dr
.lolm II Itiiiih, Dr John (J Peters, Dr
II C Wood and Dr. Charles A. Leale,
anil what these distinguished gentlemen
say should be hud at once be fori the peo
ple, fur tin re is not an imlmiluil, on tho
continent, old or young, black, white or
ml, who is not personally inti rested in
knowing how to guard against tho uh
Dr 11. million, who is Supervising Sur
geon (lencral o( the Marino Hospital Ser
vice of tho United States, and is,
from experience mnl observation, qualified
to speak, authoritatively, holds that
tho Asiatii cholera comes from India and
that Ihigland ought to keep it thero or at
It list to prevent it from spreading to olln r
partn of tho globe. Ho holds that "tho
vigorous enforcement by the Indian gov
ernment of tho necessary sanitary tneas
tins, would thoroughly cradicato cholera
and in.iko India 110 longer a dangerous
member of the human family " Ho shows
how compUto is tho system of tho United
States in guarding against tho scourge, by
livery eonsulsr officer 3 now bound by ex.
isting regulations ot the KUttt Department to
inform the government ol the existence of
any contagious disease in the district to which
he may be nsjlgneil, and In llio event of the
departure ol 11 visml (rom an Infilled ort lor
any port lu the Republic he Is ulso required to
inform the loeil health authorities ol tho ort
ot ilestiniition In the ease of Failing vessels,
notification bymallladtcinidsulllclcnt, ami in
case of steamers, the telegraph Is use,).
When a dangerous epidemic ! prevalent In
auy cnusiilur district, if In the judgment ot
the home gemriitmnt the exigency rsepilre
It, a eaultsry Inspector is appointee! and at
tached to the consulate. The duty of this
officer is '0 keep the consular olficer lully
Inlormed of the progress of the epidemic, to
liispfit vessels hound lor the United States,
Including their pasjengen, irew and argo,
and iu well to Investigate tho sanitsry his
tory of emigrants Intending to salt thereon
Thissyslun ol notification, which was orig
inally devised by the late Surgetni'Ui neral
Woixlworlli, is as complela ns Is possible at
the present time. For iconoinlc reasons tho
appointment of these Inspectors Is onlr tem
porary, msde from time lo time to tide 01 er
the present exigency
ijnrirnntlnc nhine will not do it, ns it is
a delusion und a snaro. Ho says,
Modern quarantines nrcliispecllon stations,
where the application of germacides may be
made most safely and eflicsclously. Sinuil.
taneoiisly with the crystallratiou of medical
thought upon the truth of the genu theory ol
contagion, tin re has come not less In the In
terest of commerce than of science n demand
for the more speedy and em-ctdal application
of germicide; for the moro speedy destruc
tion of the iTirnia, the earlier the releaseof
the vessel, and her restoration to tho carrying
Dr ltnuch says that it is "an undisputed
fact that Asiatic cholera never originates
on this side of the Atlantic Tor us the
disease is a foreign enemy, which, by in
ti rnatiounl comity, should be prevented,
through tho good offices of friendly pow
ers, Irom attacking us "
Doctor Peter says "Tho disease nlways
prevails for one or moro years iu Hurope
before it appears in this country, so that
there is always au nbundnnce ol timo to
prepare (or it. It has always como iu
ships, on bonrd which the pcfctilence hns
already broken out at sea "
Dr. Wood seems to ncccpt without argu
tneiit tho theory which gives tho Hist
Indius as tho endemic home of cholera,
and he introduces his contribution with
tho simple statement 'In tho space al
lotted to me I shall consider the question
how to avoid tho cholera if it overleaps
the feeble btrricrs of a North American
Lastly, Dr. I.eale says, after a brief
statement tracing thn c.iuso of the epi
demic now following tho shores of the
Mediteraiiinn in Spiin, and giving siatis
tics of the number of its victims, that
"such violence indicates that this r spin
bles previous epidemics, which have gen
erally ended in America alter having
passed to the Koeky Mountains or tho
Andes llach tune, in its course from
India, the disc iso has proved fatal to more
than a million people "
Prom these facts and suggestions tho
Toledo Commerci il Telegram concludes,
It au'iciir, then fore from the convictions
of these five experts, that chulirn has its
home in India, and that a perfect system of
quarantine would chain it within the country
ol its birth; that it is ueier endemic in Amer
ica; and that 11 ;rficl system of quarantine
against it would exclude cholera Irom ever
entering the I luted Slates.
tailing in meh precautions, thero is noth
ing left to ul but to fight the monster on our
own ground. The ti-ie of cpi iriintiiie 13 only
ritiable in cases where germicides have
been injected into every infected rag of
clothing and every particle of impure air
The clue! rules for treatment are very
simple. They import absolute cleanli
ness and great tare in eating and drink
ing. Kruits ate not ec ulinrly obnoxious, as
is lex) often supposed. Simple ri fruit
In sessou.it ea'ily digestible, is lielle r than
any other eln t whu h is not digestible. Dr.
I retire says emphatically, "o amount ot 1111-
purr- nnicr win niuji irue Asiauc cnoiera,
tin! ess the germs of tbedisiasebavenlnady gut
into it. Hut (oiitaiiiluatid atll sillutid watir
will render thciie-.s of Asiatic cholera hope
less" Again "No imprudence in dut alone
will cause Asiatic cholera, unless some of
the articles ba e bee u handled by those alrendy
Btillcring from the disease, and then a puce
of bread w ill be as dangi rous M an apple." The
utmost stress ii hud upon the care of the
discharges, which mujt lie thoroughly treated
with disinfectants and germu uln, and not
undir any circumstances he allowed to reach
any watercourse or sewer pip'. The primary
colored disi hinges are ust as invective as tho
later, more characteristic ones.
Ice is not only not prolubiteil, but IS ree
oinmeuded, as containing pure water, gath
ered at seasons and plates not artecled.
We close with the thrie rules quoted by
Ilr Iale, which stem to cover the whole
ground of pren utive measures
1. Cleatil n ssii all till gi tho streets, tho
home, and the la'on. Keep the cellars,
tanks and sewer connections 111 got! condi
tion. For the rton a daily hath, also 11
wa.ih of the foci, hands, teeth an I mouth
alter each meal,
1 I'roier clothing, easily fitting and com
fortable. It is better to have too much than
too little. A broad II mini band around the
alnlomen, worn day an 1 night, will be use
ful. 3. Temperance In all things, with a gen
erous diet of nil wholesome artiehs - fish,
meat, vegetables, and clean, ripe, siaannable
truit, with extras to a propi r degree. If any
arlielo is known to disigrce with you, avoid
it. Do not eat or drink indiscriminately be
tween meals, und if any distress is caused by
improsr substances in the Blumach re jt ct
them at once.
In connection with this wo mayuddthnt
there bus just been issued from tho gov
ernment printing office, in Washington,
a new volumo of United Stntes Consular
Keports, entitled "Cholera in Huropo in
1881," and that copies of this very
valuable work can bo obtained by
those who wish it, through fiunernl Iveifer,
we presume. Among tho reports mudo
was one from Consul General Prank II.
Mason, formerly of tho Cleveland Leader,
who was at Marsiilllcs, whoso conclusions
concerning tho facts of the prevalence of
tho plague 111 the city named aro as fol
lows: Some of these results were as follows The
fact that there was a notable absence of ozono
In the atmosphere dining the epidemic, an I
that the death rate in hospitals was largely
diminished by the introduction ot arti
ficial oione; that there was an titter fail
ure of the quarantine system, In the Medi
terranean countries; that most elhclcnt
work was done in Marseilles by organize,!
volunteers who were ready lo aMird imme
diate assistance, at all hours, to all cIh.'sci or
people, no matter how poor or ob ure, and
to this organlzitlon was dun the fact that so
few cholera victims died unattunded, thereby
Infectirg bouses or neighborhoods, that the
results of a serin ol experiments and investi
gations by llio "Socleto Nationals de Medlcln"
established the fact that the cholera can be,
communicated to animals, that the "rice
wate r" dejecliotis and contents of the stomach
and Intestines of the cholera patient ure abso
lutely innocuous, that it Is only the blood of
a cholera patient in the "Algid" stage that is
infectious and that this infectious quullly dis
appears within twenty-four hours after the
The recent rains have n Mured the water
shortage to some extent, list with the Increase
id amount used during the heated term there
is every reason for economy still.
I illtsl with iu,ui runs I limit iiiIiiwm the
W hose 1 111 rent l lira me. tlirouuli 1 111 Ii 1 ts
Itisr )uir, ...
tin In the unknown si a of the lei' vi r,
Hint in) slle wa an distant, )i I n mar
And so iiiici-i 11, for 11I1I n di no cloud, sli al
itor In soli inn slli tics' fiiim the v milled sklis,
llatiusiliiikl) 11 1 r Unit vast 1 iinse, eolicenl
Inir lis 'lis p, unfntlioiniil waters from lit) o)es,
I wnleh the wreaths ot mist In ilnrklnss
I'luiilltnr , .
Alsnit the souls who v u) aire on t tore.
'I heir live h, like lull", to Unit t'uurui tier
I'iiiiii which the traveler mn) return no
the) shrink In terror from the cloud's em-
liracc , , ,
And stn leh tin Ir bands out to (he vanished
Hut still I lie shall rails o'i r I heir pallid fneis.
And still the) ulble oil timnrd the 01s 1111
1 strive In vnlntn pierce that spaceless re irlein.
And 111II aliiitd, mid list with tiate d 1 n nth,
'lo Ii 111 11 tlie fiilenr nil the tulirht) Ii glim
Who piss Ih in nth the pluulow ol irrlm
All. nml that drear) cloud Is 111 ver rifted!
No Unlit, 110 sound etc ills tliiotigli those va
liiwanl whit h in) pad nud strtiggllnir soul Is
If pott Lire's rnpld nn I re s slli ss tide.
(1 ' r in) iinanswe reel wishes, for n season.
I puiidi r with n Vilnius vet but, r puln,
1111 Hire '1Kb in) eliirke lied mind Hit voice of
Uluns lie nrl) like a sites t and clilllluir stratus
'O re slli ss soul," she tells me, "nape this
lo solve Unit tmundleas and ab)FSinal sea.
And Ii t th) cirorts uld Hue in ntlnliittijr
A tiuer, nobler iminortallt).
"Who knows If 'nentli that cloud the spirit
'I be hnrlHir of eti mnl 11 t nnd pence.
Or if In )ond Its aha tc 1,11c s rive 1 wliidctti
los in n s whin light nud love shall liner
'"iht n since thou canst not rend the future's
I'll n s
I. Ivi briivtl), have a tnem'r) which slinll
I.lke stlrrlnir music through the coinlmr ni'is
And w uke 11 c choc sin ench llbt'niiigsoul
"1 or sclllsh Is the life seen in the vision
(If n alius where spirits wiindt r, thtoiigh nit
tullowir) vale s nml balm) flel Is e l)slnn,
lb iddc tills iiiiiuortiillt) sublliiii.
"1 In 11 ettish tli) )i unlinks rlsi, nml uiver
Attune tli) pulses to the chords which
Within the souls who make the world their
And human happiness the ir mil) (led.
' So, when thou puiM th 11 ndi r )cm drcud por-
'I his run r part, this large r m It of thine ,
M111II still llvi 1 n, nil dc atiilces und iiinuciitnl,
In bt arts tutitlc latt r b) tli) dnils divim "
Ni ill. II.,.. tin M111111.il s.
Yes, Dolly did foci siuemihnt dis-(oii-.nl
ite, as slit" sit in the lugiiiirsery,
listening to bibj's ftetftil vv ills, as ho
1 ly In Nurso Alieo's arms, vvlulo tho
d ly was so bright und sunny, tho -ky
M) llllll) 11711 re.
Suddenly- tdio blghcil, and, slipjiftig
from her big cli lir by tho window, nest
led eu.ixiiiglj against Alice, lisping 111
,1 sweet, clilliltsh voice:
"Mo wants to go out, Alice, mo will
go m tho garden."
"No, you can't, Miss Dolly; present
ly, when b.iby simps, 1 will take you
Until then lcstqiiii t; you ilislmb him "
Dolly looked piteous; her rosubtnl
mouth took :iu ominous quiver, and
two big tears welled into her brown
"Mo's tired; it is so hot hoio," hho
s lid, gazing longingly at tho eool g'ir
dt 11, full ot ticicsaliuil lloucrs, plainly
Vlsililo flulii the window.
Alice luini'd sharply, but something
in tho iiuto's dull fill face, tho hii--pic
ions signs of a coming storm, m ulo
her Ii isttly ( h ingo tho fuw nbrupt
words to kin. I. r onus.
"I ben', thuie. Miss Dolly; don't cry.
Vim sh ill go iu tho g mien if yon like,
only you mustn't dirty your pretty
1 le 111 dii'ss, or go out ul llio gate."
Dully s Mibi'i f.ieo liiiglitoncil vv nu
de 1 fully, mil a g ly siinlu w loathed her
II utily clutching a rather ill-tned-looktng
doll from tho cornor, sho tri
umphantly descended tho stairs, nnd
was soon running happily nbout the
garden, chasing bltio-winged butter
Hies, and busy ilniiciii-r bees, us thoy
Hew from llower to lluwnr.
Presently, however, the cbllil grow
tin d of this umusc'iiiPtit, nnd looked
aioiind for some other diveisioti.
As sho waiuli'ii'il aimlessly about,
tho garden-g ite, partly open, attracted
H igorly rushing (orw-ird, sho climb
ed upon it, nud begin swinging softly
to nnd fro.
This kept hor occupied for several
moments, but after n while, forgetting
Alice's warning, Dolly slipped quietly
out into tho road.
At lirst sho hesitated; thou, gaining
courage, walked boldly away In tho
direction of tho town.
Hero she amused herself for a long
time, gaing into tho shop-windows,
admiring thu pretty things displayed,
anil moro than ono passer-by stopped
to look iu some surprise it the beauti
ful, dark-oyed child wandering nbout
alone, with her big battered doll hug
gi d closolv iu hor dimplod anna.
Presently, nftcr straying from ono
street to another, unconscious of tho
ilist'inco sho had traveled, Dolly began
to feel somowbat hungry mid weary.
Standing still, sho gaed curiously
around, but could see no signs uf her
homo; nor etui sho know in what di
rection it lay.
Suddenly a sweet sniilo crossed hor
face, and stopping forward sho outer
oil n largo confi ctlonur's.
Ilohiiid the counter stood a rosy,
good-uattirod-lookiiig woman, "who
glanced quostionlngly at tho tiny cus
tomer. "What do you want, littlo 0110P"
sho ilomauded, bonding noaror.
"C'.ikni," Dolly lisped, pointing with
one small hand nt the iiilu of tarts nud
buns on the counter.
'J bu woman smiled amusedly; but,
scoing Dolly wus serious, sho went
roumi to her.
"Where is your mamimip Aro you
"Yes; 1110 run away," tho child ov.
"Thon will you stay with mo until
your mamma linds you?"
And with childish confidence Dolly
placed her baud In hor now fiiund's,
and allowed herself to bo led Into 11
big room, where sho wa-s foil on cakes
to tier heart's content.
"Sho Is such a pretty little thing! I
have half a mind to keeji her," tho
delighted woman remarked to her hus
Leo shrugged his shoulders1 nud smil
"Porhiips bur mother might object
to your Idea."
"She wouldn't know about It. I
could easily hldu tho child uwny v. lion
sho c.imo lo seek for her."
"Do as you liku. I urn qiiitu willing
j oil should adopt hor; only don't got
yourself Into auy trouble over it."
"No fear of that'" coulidunlly.
Meanwhile at Ashflelil House, Alice,
after having rocked buby to sleep iiiul
arranged tho nursery into something
like order, thought ut tier oilier young
"If I le no her long In the garden
alone, she will be sine lo gel Into mis
chief, ' Alien miilteli'd, nml giving a
list look at the lulu, went quickly
f 1 ism tin roi'ln
III the girdell alto mulched Vainly
for Dolly I now lime was the child to bo
Alii r mulling to mid fio, e illlng her
11.11110 In fiightelttil 'u cents, Allen i1 mm
suddenly lo the (ipen gito. und 11 sus
picion of tin' 1 1 ti t Ii II ished ucross her
"She Ii is gone' Oh, what it dread
ful child! And I mIi ill lie lil'ilued'"
she erled, wringing her hinds distiact
pillv tiigplhi r
Urge il on b) wild dcspilr the poor
gill bun led up the long while 1 11 ul,
ttying In find soini' tl ice, If ever so
slight, of Dolly.
lint nothing met bet view, so with a
quill-lug Ii' Ut Aim lellirued to the
house, and biokn the tiuth to Mis. P.l-
'lint lidy, without stopping to scold
the mild fot her t'lreliissness In letting
i lolly go In the garden alone, htiriiuil
oil tmvaid the town
'1 bete sho dennnded mgerly It tho
child li'til been seen, nnd was ndloved
lo heir th it Dully had pissed not long
slnie. m my hiving remiiknd the
ptotty little mile w unleting nbout
Shop after shop she visited, but with
out siKcess, ail denied having seen
Kicii Mrs Leo. though remorseful nt
sight of the siiief-stticki'ii mother,
sturdily dpelnteil Ih it she hid not ob
seived tiny child piss but window.
Mrs. l; vm knew not wlnt to do; the
police wcio .(.itching diligently from
jil ice to place, but -ill then ellorts to
liud the child vvero unavailing.
At last, full of 'igony, Mis Llvln was
obliged to return to her home, thero to
pass a night of wakeful despilr, wait
ing until the 11101 ning daw nud to re
commence her se iren.
I) uly the ncAt diy, sho went onco
mote to the town, but found 110 sign of
Dolly had been dUcovered.
Piesently, however, a pisscr-by,
questioned by tho eager mother, re
membered h iving last seen the littlo
gnl enter the confectioner's, and thith
er Mis Plvm (listened
Ag tin Mrs Leo deel treil her iguor
inci of Dolly's whereabouts, but some
thing in tho woni ill's agitated ways
mil espicssion of feir roused 11 sud
den suspicion in Mis Klvin's mind.
"Aro you quite sure you bivo not
seen my child? Sho w is hero last, so
yon must have noticed her."
"Indeed 1 did not. So 111 my child
ren w indur up nml down befoio my
window that it would bo impossible
foi me to renin I: ono spociilly.
"Oh, Dullv-Dolly, whore cm you
bo'" Mrs Klvm cued, in sudden ti is
"Minima in imm 1, Dolly in here'
Don't you si e me?" a slit ill, childish
volet lid gki fully, and tho net mo
ment, to Mrs P.lv m's delight and Mrs.
Lee's inteiiio dismay, D illy, ridiant
ns a sunbeam, emerged Irom the room
where she hid been confined, and
spiang into hei mother's oulsttetchcd
Too happy at the locovay of her
dirling to be angry, Mis Klvm par
doned the biker's wife for her deceit,
bul never agiin will Dully striy from
her hump, she is too e in fully guiided,
both by Alice and her loving mother.
WhnIiIiiIum in a . Ijilit.
"He W-ishmgton dud 111 bis (ISth
yp.11, und in the heydiy of his glory
nnd his fime 'lime has sineo dealt
gently vv lib Ins numoiy, and ho has
(dine down to us as the gieatest of all
le ulers ami the mosi imin u til itu ut
all men. No other f.110 is so familiar
to us. His iianie is wiitten all ovi'l tho
map of our countiy. Wo h ivo made of
his birthday a 11 itiiui il fe ist. '1 he out
lines of his biogiaphy 1110 known to
every schoolboy in the land. Yet his
true biography is still to bo prep ired.
(Inn. Washington is known to tis, and
President Washington. Hut (Jeorge
Washington is au unknown mill.
When ut last ho is set before n iu his
habit as bo lived, wo sh ill toad less of
the ehcriy tiee and mote of the mm.
Naught surely tint is heroic will bo
omitted, bul side by side with nil it is
heioie will ntipeir mm b tint Is cum
munplipe. o shall behold the gied
couiiiiniiler lepuring defeat Willi
in melons teleiity, healing the dissen
sions of his ulllcora and calming the
passions of Ins mutinous troops. J tut.
wo shall also bear his oitlis, and sco
him iu those leiublo outbuists of p is
slnu to which Mr. .Ii llersoti h ts al
luded, and ono of which Mr. Lear his
descubed. Wo shall sco bun n fusing
to bo ) lid by eoiigiess, yet pactmg
from the family of the poor in isou the
shilling that was Ins due. Wo shall
know iiim as the 1 old and forbidding
character, with whom no fellow-man
over ventured to live on close ami
funillar turns; wo sh ill respect ami
honor him for being, not tho greatest
of generals, nor the wisest of stales
men, not tho most saintly of bis race,
but a 111 in with many human fnultius
and mm h common .sense, who rose In
tho fullness of limit to bo the political
ddlvercr of our country ' McMmUr'a
Au illecli lo 1'ieiik.
No man is better known in this vi
cinity thin l'ncln Dtnlel Stone. Por
more than sevonty-IHe yens he has
lived in Olisliolil, about three miles
fioiu this village. He vvasstiuck by
lightning at thu ago of .1 1 One sum
mer's day ho came down to tho village
afoot to get Homo cloth for a shirt.
Putting the cloth iu a ptckbiskot
which ho can led 011 his arm, ho stalled
for homo, going across through the
pastures and woods. A thunder shower
1 came up, ami hu riiscel bis iimluolli.
dust us lie was pissing liy a small
bin It tho lightning struck full und fair
upon the iiou nolo of thu umbrella,
which was turned Inside out, mid the
cloth cut into thin ribbons as if by scis
sors. 'J lion tho lightning ran down
his right arm, leaving n thin mark as
If luadu by a hot Iron, swelling up the
joints of thu elbow and wrists and
splitting open his hand. Another
branch of tho lltild ran down tho other
arm, utterly destroying the ball of tho
bisket (at least no piece of it could
ever he found), left the lint uninjured,
but cut the test of the basket into slips.
'J hen It passed down his legs, leaving
ti long bin 11 on the upper pari of the
right Ie', and pooling skin nml llesh
from his knees, lotting the white bones
ol the kino-pan exposed. Kvory Beam
in his shoes was cut open us cleanly ns
though done by 11 nh.up knife, but" the
Icnthur w is uninjured, l.u tunJhruM
A call has boeu mido to, tho Loudon
Viciefby 11 f Ur cqiiostrjunno for somo
soil of 11 folding ropu ladder coutriv
finco by which she phi mount heiself
when (eft lo the uieicy of "a feeblo
parlor in : let, a clumsy groom orgunl
unor, or 11 low kitchen chulr." Such a
thing is just as much moiled in Ameri
ca. So hero is it chance for an Ingo
At thin (tf-sMiiii tiHrf sm-ry i-i.e nrmfo n uhn a-m-i.
fxft of tonlo ll(ONiit4Mti.U,lmttwr i lit
At!-.1! tiaBua-ltkl-H ..as I..a kl.. I u,l aj T
ssivsoai -a, -ai- ii,- si'll IV) lUUFa WHU UCPU ItUHUITlff
j'or Wrnknrtw, I.nftfttlnrfr l.iirk of
) nrrr. Am It If A Ml I'mfAl ntM
n th mil Inm mxttr,nnitifvtlfl not liijiirloHM
II I h r.(ln llio lllnmls, Invlfornti'M llm
hrtrini KrMlnrrM Aprlltr.,lilAlHMfIIHi
It ilmti not Iftrkcn ur Injure tho truth, caunn hi ml
m lin t r prtxiuco dtr.tlp4tMs ifv mntitinu . 1
ln O II IUnkikt, a loading i.tiHcinn .f
linmn'f. Iron Hit ton fin ttnmrtit.lj k nwM
clnn In It in inrffw-tlco, nn.l ftti.l ttitr1lni
Mpfli a1 i (hi r ( nnii f In n In wruKnttt-f. ur al. w
conilllliti of thn yftm, llnmn'n Iron ImIIth l
tmiftllf a iNmJtlio bm-Xhitr It U all thnt In cloJnu-l
niifno .irh trti!omk and rrf-roi1 rml lino ti
wrftin" r 1'nkr no nth r. M(1ni nlf I y
llltHUS f III MICA!, M , im T1MUM,1I.
I .At !TR 1lArHtIltnR ti fnt an I Attrnrlivn n
tHlniiiri lintnf nrlritl f r torllvon liifomiMi it M t
ciiii.n tlo Kirnti nwn7 t j All iIakIiti In innlirlno, or
tntiift) Ut anr attdj cm on rccript f I So utamii
TJsodhorbs indoctorinK tho fnoilly.and
hor simplo remoellos IHI Will: lu
most cases. Without tho uso of lierlis,
nieilicnl science would bo powerless;
nnd yot the tondoncT of tho times Is to
ni'Kloct tho best of nllromodios for thoso
iiowortui moinctueo mat sonousiy in
liiro tho nystom.
Iso. combination of vnltmblohorbs, care
fully compounded from tho formuln of
a regular l'hynlcian, who 11 sod this pro
scription leiruoly in Ills prtvnto prnctlco
with (rrcnt success. It Ih tint n drink.but
a inndlcino ttsod by miiny physicians.
-ItlH invaluable tor msPEVSiA,
niiiffi.v nml i.trrn t inirt.AiMs,
Miltroirs I.'tMlvlliv, Hf.Ali
JV.'MV, JMillll V7OA, .tr ; nnd while
curing will ( hurt tho system.
Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron
man of Cafe Harbor, Fa writes :
"My ifn w conn lot. lv 1 rwtntl I y f 0 cr na
Itnio iJiiliitim nn.l I irks ctl 1 Mm no Kcxsl. f
ih. iiMntfnr MIMiler's II rt lilttcraandln asnort
tuns U10 Uy was ciuito well "
"E. A. Bchellontraiter, Druggist, 717
Bt Clair Street, CI 0 voided, 0., writes :
Vmir Hitters, I ran S117 an 1 do say, am pro.
scril.il t' wmo nf lite nMuat anil most 1 ronilm nt
lti.lciaiislunur rlt) "
MIBlILEIt UEKI3 BITTERB CO.,
025 Commerco at., Phllndolphla.
Parkor's Pleasant Worm Syrus Never Fails
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tie Oreatest Medical Triumph of the Agot
8YMPTOMS OF A
I.o.a orapainllle, Beverels custtve, l'aln In
th kead, with a dull sensation In the
hack Bart, l'nln tinder tho alioulder
blade, Fallnesi nftcr cntlnir, wllb adla
Incllnatlomo exertion of body ormlad,
Irrttabllltrafteniper. l.avr spirits, with
a feeling of hnvr Ins; neglected eomednty,
Wemrlnraa, Dlrzlncs., Flullerlnc nt tfaei
Heart. Dote before tho eyes, Ilenriache
over Iho right eye, Iteetlraaneae, with
tful dreams, llluhly colored Urlucund
TUTT'S niIS am especially ndaplctl
to vucb cases, ono tloso ciTcctH nuch n
Thcf lncraBo the Annctlte.&mt cauao tho
IKxiy vy 'a nKO D V iciiiiinui un vmum ia
tionrliheilaar. liy their Tonic Action on
rrnnin-i i rrn'w itr. - irinrray rtrT.w
TUTT'S EXTRACT S&RSAPARILLA
lUnovattrt tho body, makis tuiltliy lUsli,
RtruiKtluns tho wtv.k, nifiinithrt witxt44or
thuHHtm v.ith (Hiru hlofxl ami hartl miiscl t,
toncH tlio n-nmw mstiin, iiisfoniUi tin
hrftln, an I JinnarU tho vlyor of iiumhood.
oisi'K'K 1 1 mnrrayt..Nov YorlH
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Ca:c Kcconbling That cf General Grant.
rxiino ton ycirn npo I lia-1 rtrnriilouiiii(rnoii
my rlKl't hand wl.Uh K'" mo nal truiil Ii, ami
umler hn oM-tlnio ircuttntut vus hi ale 1 ui, nu 1
1 riuptMiHtil I was Vtill. I fuiiinl, hovit rtr, it had
only tiMii drien lnti thu fi)siffu by thn tirvotd
jMjtudi and mercury, and lu MhrIi, Ia2, It hrokn
out lit my thruat, and coruontrutol In what $nn
ut thoditctort diiiuinlnitol muter. I whs lj(od
uiiJer truttmrut for thin dlneahe Hmni hix ur
iwui ff tho litiit tiyaltlann lu tho country had
me at dlllertiit tin. undir their ilurje, HinntiK
them thnu itiiallsti In thin llm , Imi onuufUr
Hiiollur would (ixliuiiHt their eklll uuddrtimr.
for I jjn w Morwo contlniutlly, llio anur Iwi 1
ml n throiiKh my i lifek. dfatrnyliiK tho palalu
and nml r ltu euUrtly and lutU m toi uc, emUtiK
out to tho t pof my frfMhcck hoi u and up to thtt
ttt c o irom a LWrty rohuit uomnu uf Vi
iHstiiids, 1 wan rtduodloa Lioro framoof itkln and
IsuiifH, nliuofit uuahld to turn myncf In U I
(outd not at any nol'd food, hut tilriltd on
Ihiul In, nml my ton j; no win so far j,one I foul J not
talk, ll.o utiKulrh jf mind aud tho horrlhlo auf
U rliiRi of l.y which I fcKjterleiitod, can iuur
he rovfah-d, (liven up hy hyiklana ludlt,ulth
no hojioof rroery on tno part of friend who
nattiruund my bed Mile, oipactln,; every moment
to 1 myajt;lii fact, my hunhan 1 woullla.u
Idi hand unn mo ivory now and then tonco
whether I was allvo or not, and at ono 1 1 tno at)
decided that life was extinct, and mydeutli was
retrtod alt over the country.
biich wan my liehleMS and wrotrhed con lltlon
the I.rtt of last October (IftHIl, when my friends
comuiu.ud citing mo Hnllt's Serlllc. In letin
titan a month tho eating aea atojipM and heal
ing tommemtd, and tliofuarful jrturo In my
(lurk hiu lien clodanl (Irml) knlmd toj-tther,
A proiemof a iuw under lip la j rotfrewdrtt finely,
aud tho torifiue v,likh wnsaliuoHt deatroyed Ik to
Inn ro(ond,und It beoms that nature U bui-i ly
Ina new tonno I ran talk bo that my frlcuda
in readily undendnnd mo, an 1 can eat nolld fool
flUAln 1 am able lo walk wherever I nlnec with
out llio ansUtameof any one, and ha Kali ed
lifly i-.iiri.ln In llonli. Allthta under the blmsliiK
of a mirclfiil JIeaenly lathor, U duotohHiri'a
f( (he 1 am a womlc r and a marul lo all my
frleiiil1, biiuilreds ut whom havu known mj In
tuny mllerliiK", and hao vilu d mo In my ullllc
lion. While I hih not entirely veil, yot my Krnll
tude ! noiiu the lenn devout, and 1 nmcoiilidont
Ibat a frfct luo.cryl- now lu altibt. It anj
doubt t iko fads, I nould refer tin m Ut Hon.
John Jl Traylor, Ktato htuator of this dUtrkt,
who li my ntlrihU.r Ur i. H. ilradtinld.of lot
Oraiue, (la , or to any other ) rHorttt living In tho
aotilheni part of rjoiie ronnty, da
MILS MAIi. Is.COMI.lL
IafiraiiKe, (ii ,MHy H, wa,
Nold by all druirclili,
IreatUo on klu and Mood JMncaacii mallM
(all on our nUy.Iclan, No lf7 2JdHt., N. ,
(uuiiiltatlon Ireo. IJIUbtt Jl'r til U II H CO..
Irawer.t, Atlanta, Oa.
McMonagle & Rogers'
WIDDuRTeV;. fl. .'
I heir iiaiik iii iicvev ((iiiiiiii iiilii Hum
III till HUMS (ir 1JM! .A(II1H, Vllllld
C( hiiuiiiInIh Mpj.ri ( Idle tlio fne t thnt tin Ir
dill' r hi Hi-Mini ii'iiilri h tlio iimi of hut
HAiij nn; eilMMiiv of ordinary Kluvor.
iNKl.xtrtii K 'I In Ir o ii iiiorltst utu tlitlr
No. 8 Witst Kijeh St.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(ljllte ol' Olil.'iiixo.)
Dentistry in ail of its Dr.iiichos.
etwlstlr nf fine nillnic, ri'slnrlui 1 arllnl lessof
teeth nilliniit 1 lite ., flint tcsiciifiiK tci iiscfiillncss
soiiucl riMits iitiif hrulirn teiili 1. cr,tiniiiir
IKll-'.' nest .Main SI 1 eel.
Pnrnr.it II11IMI111! 1
Or. Frank 0. Hunyan,
Iloollla III II It I Ull'LlilMllS Illlllillna
ovtir svnriihy ,v llrfin Nleiri'.
Hprrlnl ntleiitli I ilvii u it o pinning
I ntnrHi .i.
TAUL A. STALKY,
Attornoy and Fxpert
hOliICTIOK 01' 1MIIVIS.
Uetolll H, A.l'llll) till Hell nu.
HANCE it CO.
dO South Market St. 40
GASOLINE STOVES !
Having closed out our entiro
slock if Queonswnro. Li-whs, &c,
wo still havo a fuw of tho host
make of Gasolino Stovos on hand
that will cioso out at REDUCED
Boots and Shoes.
Hut int.', as stilled jtlioto, sold
out our (hicciisnaro siocK, vo
shall iiou t;iu' our special iitteu
liou to closing out (he' li.iliiueo
nnd Hie Special Lines and .1011
LOTS mo aro rccch iiiK direct
from the lactones anil other
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St.
ttOTn intilut rtMifnntnn ami iitlliillni;
Ii ti puhllf. uk tlll Mi lluit HANI I! &
Vit, forilltiuo tint kIioi lf iI rirH lit tint
old Htf.ml, 11 Wl.si MAIN St., Mherti
oii will ul wit) i llinl ii I,TirK" Stoi k, l.iw
l'rlciN iind I air lHmllim.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
;Olli lilt A Ml OK
U tho pa fist nnd ( urest (la(th no In the nnrkt t.
1 Mi brand burns loup r tbuti roiiiiiion I itiwih net
and do n nold m It un otloiiH) o r.Jur 1 1 r liiMb no
toven and nil iir.M (,,r whl. h iihh... m-i-. u id.
the UhltoHir J. rind Ik tho mol rollibbi If tho
U blln SlAr Oftiol. m u itolHol tu your Ulnlty,
tud yourordt r direct to us for a barnl
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
KVKUV I'All.Vlint Slllll I.l IIIH l,ci(.,r-
llsa l.iiKlnoOlltouBoou tliilrnais rsaml im.wcrs
iliirlni! Iiarvcsl. 'lliia Oil la iiianii(.uiun.l uciil-
slvolr by tho iirwilcj Oil (. Ask )uur dialer fur
IIKODKS till. IwU.'li
t;(iui.i-vS i:(iim: nn.
Tlio Most risIliUfut
Talaoo Bloomers. Jaw lUtou.
Jour Trlra per Wook llotwcon
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
.And Etcry c,'o.k Bir jictwcn
Wnn for our
Piclurcaquo Macklnao," Illustrated,
OontalnayaUrarlleuUrs. Mallt.1 !-,.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
C D. WMITCOMO, Qin Pa.s. aot.
A MAN !l!i.r.J.b'",.'""'.''1'. """" mrir.ii.vi
i' Vow'?;""'" "Mi, vJ, U? Is a l a r y
W.M.'riiT1. "i."'." V"1 KeiiHnnen In cliriTr
nnr .uik and lunYIl. ..' R":iL '. '"VV
B T ! '1ES
UhTv-i"".?. ".'."' -'"WN M't'd LOMI'AN V
lt iuebl,Clnclunall,Olilo. '
UM "II ' 11 1 iii7ilriMllliiiir,Wi''" m
IMIMi'IKiIU if HIMIIIIil IliliWl IIW IH IIIMMMI I fi H ' IllHUrl ,sij "i llfHinHilil llhliHIi I I il i ' iMJ&WflFmf- iTH i i-i AjHk.11 ATeiEJ-sHrtir "n.TRSAAHWWd 'r "i Uc f '--v W t