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There re no gooil reasons why the Spring
field post office should be perched upon jail
The Detntoratic pny skulki behind Hie
' Prohlbltionltts, and Ihe latter Imagine that
this magnifies them. It does I
Russia keeps right on advancing her lines
bout the Afghans while the Knglisb are
quarreling among themelves at home.
The refrain ot the summer has been that
capital shrinks from investment. It will also
shrink Irom non investment during the fall,
The Police Gsz-tte, ot New York, is In
decent (dough to send out a picture ol a rann
drinking whiskey In luxurious eate, and la
beling it Grants Oulteau."
There la abundant evidence that the old
gang is to control Democratic affairs in Ohio
this fall, and boodle will bn king. The coal
oil gang will be the fell ws who run Ihe ma
chine. All cattle belorglng to white men mult be
removed from the Indian Territory. Preil
dent Cleveland fajs it is only a Ios of time
fo cattlemen to call on him to rescind the
Vice i'resideut ilendrn ks says that he and
President Cleveland are rery cordial when
they meet. "I last met Cleveland ft ur months
go." 'ays Mr. Hendricks. Cltveland has
been President five months.
The career o( General Grant, from Point
Pleasant and Ihe obscure bamlet on the Ohio
ti the closing obsequies and interment in
Riverside Paik, .Vew York City, will turnlsb
material for many pages ot history yet to be
The Governor of tbe great state of Ohio,
General Grant's native state, was completion
at the funeral of tbe great chiefWn, by bis
absence. I, is fact that Gjvernor ileajlv
only amrunts to a great nig cypher, wh re
ever he Is. hut that (act does not lessen his
responsibility. Ohio should have been tfli
Southern pajiers are ferociously alleging
that a Southern soldier was Ir zen to death
while a prisoner in a northern bastile during
the war. This was at camp Douglas, near
Chicago, when several guards and thirty
three northern citizens were frozen to death by
a sodden storm followed by intense cold. Per
haps the North should have hail better con
trol of the weather.
The funeral of General Grant is salo. to
hare been the third largest tbe world has
ever seen. Ths largest was that ot Nauo
leon alter tbe return of his remalcs irom St.
Helena, and tbe second grandest that of Wel
lington. It is safe to say, however, that
while the lunerals of Napoleon and Welhng
tou outranked that of General Grant in point
or di-play, the world has nerer seen one in
which so many thousinds of people bowed
their heads in what was, in fact, personal
The new expediting or ten-cen( delivery
stamps will soon be ready to forward to post
masters In towns ol over ,000 population. It
will.be twice the size ot the ordinay sump,
and tbe shape of a Jollar note. On the left ol
tbe stamp is a pretty vignette of a messenger
boy in unlfoiin. Across the top are the
words ' Uuitsd S'ates special postal deliv
ery," and along the bottom tbe price ol the
tamp, ten cents is expressed in fiuvs and
letters, CoLsp'cuous on the body of tbe
stamp are the words- Secures immediate de
livery at special delivery office.
While all these variuus funds are being
raised for monuments to General Grant, it
ought not to be forgotten that there is still
lacking $76,000 In the amount It will require
to complete the Garfield monument at Cleve
land. While the Glob Rhublio wuulinot
under any circumstances say a word which
could be lnle preted as against the sentiment
suggested by these monument funds, It does
think; it would be fitting and appiopriate to
(in sosns manner complete tbe raising ol tbe
lluad already raised in part for the cotnpl -tion
ol the monument to the martyred Gar
eld. OTt AHU U VI MOM.
Colonel Vilas, P. M. O., continues to work
Ibe fourth class guillotine wllh tonaUlerable
dexterity. Cincinnati Times-Star.
Pracllclusjllia Curve. '
Tbe democratic aim is to toss (.carved ball
that will pais tbe mugwump batter and reach
the spoilsman's bands Hrracuse Standard.
A Kiilil Itplulun.
The Wlonlpeg Free Press is getting bolder
H it goes on. II says that "ihe bal .breeds
were In no sense to blame' fur (be rebellion.
Rl-l's form ol insanity is classed by one
dical expert tat "tnejjnslomaole." If It
' HTaneuitaurapemiQls World Would I
m u'iii piace. Dices us deain or Art. mui
WaVd ' ksogaroo they art, by ail tdJ, the J
most "ataoosln"' things In existence. They
art so ewneat, too, with their theories and
their oroide classical nomenclature. Chicago
An Apt Simile.
ttl.m1rt.V. a. ilia I.-.! nf an anll-a.lml.il..
stratlon faction would be about as Inspiring a
spectacle a tbe rash chimpanzee who sawed
oft" tbe limb of the tree upon which be was
sitting. Philadelphia Time..
On the Kv of Itlsrupltnn.
Tl la -till - I-- .I.-..!.. -If -..-..I.-. a .1...
,t is biiii n inn, uTBiir un narcruuua u ur
contrary, that the democratic parly Is on the
ere ui h great nfr.ni wiid strung iropcci. wi
disruption, The ilvcr question will bring
on the trouble. National Republican.
A trnr Jlnln Town,
The total value ot all Ihe uulnlne imnorted
to this cltv during the nasi fi.eal vear.was
only $10. And yet n me people are menda
cious enough to aMert that we have maliria
In Maryland. Italtlmore American.
A 1'olnlerfor Kv, Mr. t.e.innril.
II Ihn Her. Mr. Leunard is really Spolling
for debate, criiaps Allen 0 M jrea would ai -commodate
him and show that it Is better lor
the prohibltionlsis to give the democrats a
whole vote than half a vote. Such a dlcu'
sion wotild4be of Interest. Toledo Commer
Willi l WhltH lint hii.i llimilj One,
Small ue of the New Yolk Tribune ask
ing Ihe New York crov.il- to bear their heads
a) the Iead Man passes by, when tbe Gover
nor of Ner Y rk trips along in the luneral
eicort wllh a white kaland dandy cane, the
embodiment of tbe average New York senti
ment on such an occasion. Philadelphia
Can't "111 nn llxrhoil Wlr Fenrv.
Vue president Hendricks is fixing up hi",
fcnees. He Is the first one to Introduce the
barbed wlie style of political fences. Hut Mr
Hendricks makes a great mistake when be
undertakes to sit down on the top and whit
tle, j st as he did with the old style. And
besides this the mugwumps have let down tbe
bars at Indianapolis Chicago Tribune.
A lluon to Kuropeniia,
The refusal ot I'oUmister General Vilas to
pay out tbe money appropriated by congresi
to Improve and facilitate the transportation
of ocean mail in American steamers has re
sulted In tigs capture of Ibatservlee by forcl.n
venels and corporations. Mr. Vilas l's a sweet
boon to these enterprising Kuropeans who are
constantly on Ihe alert for means to crli pie
and destroy ihe Ameiican shipping Interest.
St. Iioois Globe Democrat.
Mill Have, lia llnnda Knll.
There can be no doubt the administration
will have its hands lull next winter. There
nill be Morrison, Ilurd and Carlisle pres-ing
their fretj Hade doctrines or hnriz ntal redun.
tiou, and thus threatening a Iractura in the
party, the silver coinage buiiuesa civil
service reform and cotftrmatlot.s of some of
the dhrepulatle characters appointed, lie
Dolphin buaiue-s and other naval contracts
and tne foieign mails, affording business
enough for a cal'ow administration. Waler
IIiiriIIj Should Mi Talklnr llunronil.e.
Governor Hoadly, of Ohio, says that he
will not work for a reiiomloation, but that
if it were tendered to him In a way which
"atUfi d him that it was tbe universal wiahot
the democracy that he should lie their candi
date, be would ' consider the matter." That
probably means that Headlr warns to be
governor afaln, and will, as bard as he can,
try to secure 'h pr xe He has had experience
of the du les and requirements of tbe ejfhce,
and he knowsp-rfec ly whether he does or
d es not araal to run lor it again. He is too
old a politician to Indulge in "unwilling can
didate" cant, an 1 he knows that the state will
prot er and the Heniivrma .n en- !.. nn...
officee in just the same good old way, whether
be is or is nut a candidate. He shoul 1 stop
talking buncombe. Newark, N. J. News.
Mr. ClertiUnrt Khould not b. Iln.tj.
Some ot Mr. Keiley's friends may advise
the President to rebuke ibe jrerumption of
the Austrian 0 jurt by leaving lh- post vacant
fur a iMtn. Hviral Ixfliianff-l n .t
. ... ...... .uuuL.inn, iruiUUBIlC
jiurimls have already raise 1 a hue aod cry
ngiinsi Austria in anticipation of bis rejection.
It Is to lie howd that thin President will give
no herd to such foolish eonsel. The Austrian
Government cannot 1 disciplined by weak
displays of resentment and wounded
vanity. As one of the oldest Courts in
Kurope, It prides itelf upon its manners and
would scorn the imputation tha' any Govern
ment on eatth could refine by criticism or re
monstrance the niceties of Its etiquette. No,
the better course will be to turnisti a substi
tute for Mr. Reilev as soon as possible. As
for the distinguish.)) Virginian, he ought to
be satisfied with bis present pre-eminence.
No other American Minls'er has even been
snubbed by two European courU. New York
VAVaur o tii k pl r.
nalrh tliM hrlo-h. .- -r.
Unlit thealrr l ulldutr alldea'
Athwart ihe gardeo wall
0 eveland Graphic.
Called Back tbe cbo.
Even the modest violet demands its dews.
A light is not supposed to have any pa'
slons and yet it is frequently put out.
If John Koach is 77 years old, as alleged,
he has reached a period when be might tat
expected to begin to fail.
Why Is it that two fishermen wllh a single
bottle can never agree? Becau e tbey find it
Impossible to pull together. Burlington Frte
A Njack man recently bought a cbromo
with a pound ol tea. but the lea was so much
worse than Ihe picture that Le bad tbe latter
framed and bung up in hie parlor Oraphlc.
A Iibllosnnbar wanta in lm .k. t. I.
that the man who whangs an old copper cent '
Intn lh. ntnlilill m k - i .. t
-, " w" '" " - Bucrnj leans Daca
ith a twenty-dollar look of benevolence
"Compreseed fi" is raid to be used for
lighting railnadiaes. We don't see bow It
can I auy mote compr Saul than II is now
In an ordinary meter, which apparently
hold several cubic yards to tbe foot. Lowell
A Kenlucklan who committed suicide a
few days ago, lelt a note stating ibat "life is
not worth living" It Is suspected that he
had Just returned from n uneuccessful visit
to Aablnglon in quest of an office, H orris,
New York flatlets Itself that it is not so
wicked as Loudon. One reason lor this
superiority may bet found in tbe fact that
some thousands of New Yorkers spend most
o' their time aod money io London. Wash.
A novel aud brilliant euligy appeare the
other day in a Boston paper. After stating
that tbe deceased bad been a barkeeper lor
sixteen years, it added in fulse mecompllm nt,
"and during this time he bad never tailed to
vu iuc aaioou in me morning,
Inveaied let Mewapapera,
New York Mall and Kspreaa.
The moat profitable iew.p,p-rntbe world,
tbe London Times, Is valued at 25,000 000
and Ibe most profitable Io France, the Petit
Journal, earns 1000,000 a year net, although
a lew years ago It waa Insolvent. The Lon
don Standard Is value! at 110,000,000 the
Dally News at $0 000,000, and $5,000 000
wt.ull pot buy Ihe Telegraph, It Is said.' It
may be questioned whether New York has
any $5 Oon.000 newspapers, perhaps, but It
has leveral which it would take $,000'00
or more to buy. Mr. North, of Ihe Utlca
lleiald, reported In bis volume of stalls lea
oi eue newspaper prist. Issued from tbe gor,
srnment press a year ago, that the gro.s pre
dicts ol the newspaper i itabl(sbm-oti jQ th
United States amount lo $87,431,13.-, and
tbs statement affjids a basis ot spetulatl n
at to Ibe aggrrcau amnoal nf ur.n.i ......
ented by ib newspapers ol Ibis country.
The runny Mau'a Hs.br
The funnr nun rnt to hit Jek hi write
He tint waletieil all Ujr, ha wi uU writ all nlglil
And finish hi" wurk, so he Hlmmeil the light.
In In room aljolalns. tilt hahy lar,
Anil tlicy sal t ih was sloMlj paa m kit
Anil would tile er. the light of anolher ilajr,
n he wrote, ulth hli heart In 111 other rimni,
Ami 1lma)(ht f ttie halie itcloa ut In the kIouih
To lha "luilowy laud Iwronil t e looili.
It wis hard Ui wrlta Willi a athaosiUh,
Hot he gr un I out jokoi aa toe hoiira went by.
Aod cloaed eaf b pe wllh gtlat born llgh.
It wn hinl to write but the world mint laugh,
i ha penne I the rhrtue ami th paragrai h,
And even a liumoruua epitaph t
HlTpen flw last ami Ihe hours wenton
1111 hli flight of loll waa ahnrwl gone,
Aod Hie taat aliowtd the flnl taint slrraVa of
rFnen hedroppel his pen ami ralvl hla hea I:
"uw Ihe eoluiun Is bnl.hmt," the liianr man
nil Hie nurse, enmlns; In, said, "the kabv la
Ii KLI. II f lis HIHtOHV.
a Young; Mao'i I'rlile Hni llronglil
The youth bad been pntronixlng the young
ladies by vouchsafing choice bits of snperiur
wisdom. "You remember what Guar said
when be was about to cross the Hulikon?"
said the gentleman. Certainly," replied
Ihe youth, wilb a careless glance of pity at
the young la lies, who of trnirss could not be
eipetted to know everything a man knows.
"And of course you are equally lamllfar with
the lit-, ol Peter the Hermit?' continued the
old gentleman. "I should say that
I was," replied the joung man quickly, but
not without n slightly trotib el look in bis
face. "At d Semiramlde," the old gentleman
wenton, 'you recall his famous iniing?"
"Yes," gasjed tho youth, wishing llial'theold
gentleman might be struck with apoplexy as
soon as convenient "I am glad you remem
ber It," said ihe old gentleman with aniraa.
tion, fur I've clian forgotten it. Now, if
you'll be kind enough; and no doubt the
itdb a wot 1 1 be ilad to hear it also."
The youih by this time w ishe I that the old
gentleman han died in infancy, and. as for the
ladies, he coullu't help thinking how much
better It wuuld have teen had they never
btenbjrn. "By the way," pursued the old
gentleman, seeing the youth hesitated, "who
was femiratnide? He bad something to do
nltb thelaat Krancc-Prusian war, ladn'tbe? '
"Yes, oh, yes," replied tbe youth, catching at
the bait with tagerress, while something like
n gicgle ws pa sed around among tbe youna
lanlea as If It wore a pejer ol caramels. "And
Peter tbe Hermit was iuitrumeital In
btlnglng about a rente at the close ot thai
atruirt.1 ?' "Yes." The youth said this very
taiotlv. "nntCi ar held out and matched
bis shattered forces into the Wallacbain prin
cipality ? "That's ihe way I remen-ber it,"
replied the youth, with a desperation born ol
desp-eir. Then the old genii, man looked at
the ycung ladles, wbo were engaged in stutT
inir their mouths lullr.f rwvlfpi h.nitk.Mi.i.i.
ard then he looked at the yiuth and exclalm-
ea: -.n, sir, now i envy yoj )our store of
knowledge!' Then tbe youth got up and
went out into the cheerless night and cursed
the old gentleman behind bis back. And the
voung Udies laughed in unison, but tbe noise
ot their laughter was overborne by tbe merry
pea's cf he old gentleman.
Miasma i,t r Kit.
There were over 8,00u,0'0 it habitants in
Ireland in 1845; there are lew than 5,000 000
There are 150 000,000 women and girls In
China, nearly all or whom are uneducated
Dr. Paul!, who, with Dr. Ferrsn, is gal
lantly inocu'a ing for cholera at Va.encia,
Spain, is declared to be a Vermonter, by
name W. J. Nichols, and a graduate of tbe
Albany Medical College.
They say that ibe leading faabionab'e e--ple
at Newport decline invitations lo recep
tions and iinners to lie relieved of the neces
sity ol reclrrocatlnf. Tbe siirit Is willing,
but the hank account is weak.
At Westport, Conn, Thomas Croaker went
In bathing, wearing a aromau's wrapper. As
he sprat g into tbe wster Ibe garmeot fixated
and enveloped bis read and prevented him
Irom u'lng his arms. He narrowly escaped
Madame De Mores, wife of the cattle king
of the Bad Lauds, with a lady friend and a
rettnne of attendants, . going Into Ihe Rocky
Mturuins to hunt bear. She is expert and
daring, a great rifle shot, and bas killed all
kinds of game in the Western country.
A youu lady pleaded guilty bel'ote tbe
magbtrate ot Siratlord, to baring stolen
Jewelry. Thereupon a young man remarked
that he bad promised to marry ber, and
would do so at onre If aliM ? r.n .An A
jail. With tbe alacrity of genius the bench
cloed with this Doble oRVr.
IloeiwuL. An. 10. Ed Jacobs goes Ibe
first of tbe moith to the city, he having
rented his faro. ,u Gw Wallers.
There ! i large amount of wheat in the'
i i.. mraau ai mis writing,
1 fl un Hunyan, of Richmond, Ind , called at
0 O itot's Friday.
Tbi reporter Interviewed a get Ueman just
Irom p rthern Keoas, .n 1 be p-porta prubi.
oitlon in manr towns a dead letter, and even
w ere the selocns aie closed the dtugglets
sell it for ibe many. aches of men, aud men
buy it by ibe Jug full f, r mechanical pur
poies which causes tbe hoys to run tbe reel.
It is there as here sny thing to break down
the reUblIcan party, and in Cloud coonty,
Kin., the problba joined In wllh tbe dem -trats
to elect a s ate senator wbo was known
to be a man ol Intemperate habits, and also
other officers v bo were given to dilnk. If
disputed be tan give names.
The late rains are making the coin look
op. We expect a full crop.
Not a few called at 0. Olstol's to see his
new birds. He will hare them a lew days
loneer. Call and see them.
Oar pn bibs, cannot see how it is that tbe
christians cannot vote wllh them.
Km. El. Albln, while ibe was oi her way
to town, her horse to. k (right at some bicy
cles and upset the I uggy, breaking shafts
niboas. Tbe m-n paid her lor some eggs
which bn ke. B
a iiovt tmi.h.H , Zmnp: o ft.it.
The Matt. Carpenter fund In Milwaukee
several years ago reached $700-at which
po'nt It still rem. Ids.
Pro'essor Maria Milcheli, of Vasa r, bis
been ei ! bratinir hep a, -,.,. .-.l i. .!...
anniversary at Lynn, Mass.
Hill Carlton will sooo give to the public a
volume ol Oily Ballads, as a companion lo
tbe rarm Ballads of earlier years,
Mrs. Gaifirld Is said to have a grrat arer
ritn ia'newpaper men and to have permitted
no secular ajwspaper la her be use lor several
Mis. Jarah J Lipplnrott, of Philadelphia,
better known as 'Urace Greenwood," Is about
to return to Italy to assist In tbe debut ot ber
promUli g daughter on tbe operatic stage,
Travis O. Van Buren Is, since tbe recent
death ol Martin Van Buren, the I evident,
grandson, tbs only aula representative ot the
name made famous by tbe elevation ol tbs
great New Yotker to tbs presidency.
Wh? Dakota la I'lll Like a Horse Car,
It Is claimed that Dakou'i population bas
gained trom 135 000 lo over 400,000 la lb
last five years. II Is still like a botse car,
Hfwcvcr j mire u roots lor one mors.
The) Champion Moaqnlt.i Btesr.
"The stimuli r t am tellln about, nte Jake
DiBitnlnsand me went up Jersey together.
As railroad accommodations were poor In
them days and morey not very plenty, we
concluded to bool It. 1 never Seed Mbe(llkc
ler muskeetets. Ulirt heavens! you ouplner
haves'en'em. Why, I tereembet In panic,
nlar ot c day which we were J gglti' along
through the pines I saw one aeonilnVat me
lull lilt. I just jiini til behlnl n llee, and
blamed If that nitiikeeter didn't drive his bill
clean through that tree. I - Just picked up1 a
lece ol wood and cliache i his t bill with II
and lelt the varmint to die ben we come
back thai way arter e ur werk was done we
fuu'il the tmisVMer as dead as h door hail lul
he bad smashed the trees down all around him,
clearin' a place big enough lor a hurkwh-at
patch" O. them was Ihe days for hig,mu.
kceten, and the id I man took a fresh chew
Maieilrnna llriaali Couipxr-il Willi llranl'a
iiian uenerai llrant Ihe Mrt Napoleon died
of cancer. In his case the cancer was in Ihe
itomaeh Ins rail nt Ibe throat. It cause I hi til
milfll aavurA- rtn lli.n (1-anl ...II ..
Toward the last he c. uld not digest Ills food.
lie was lormiuieil uy a constant thllsf. His
pul'e tieat with a feverish qulcktie-s. lie
implored, giew worse, and had all the hope,
depression and despair that maikrd Grant's
illness. Unlike tbe American soUle-, he
did not retain his mental lacolti a to the last.
The circumstances were different. Napoleon
was a vanquished man, a prisoner, deserted
by his wife, and surround, d only by the
members of his military lamlly. 11 is list
words re erred to his son and the army
Grant not only suffere! leu, but his last
hours were brightened by a thousand loving
words and tributes from wife aid children,
old army comrades, his lorn cr (oea, and the
most dlstlnguifhrd men ol the world.
flow nn Kugllali Woman Mrea II.
An English lady who has been vliltiig
Canada ixpreis-a in ihe Pall Mall a.z-tte the
opinion that "a judicious and gradual influx
ot highly cultivated K gllsh women into
Canada and tbe United Stales would be as
great a boon to ilpise countries as it would bo
a relief to Great Britain." Her reason for this
opinion is thus siaic I : "Alth tugb tbe ladies
In the ilder cities of tbe North American
contioent are, wllh scarcely any exceptions,
superior to English gentlewomen In brain
(tower, in clearneas of ni-ntal virion, in com
mon sense, in practical, sound judgment, and
In general Intelli.ence, yet we rain iu them
thai indefinable, charm which always clings lo
a highly cull rated European."
Marina; aa n Aluile of C.iniliuent.
Though the Uwa ol proptlety are so rigor
ously strict in Mexico tl -t a genlleraan tray
n t ride in the same carriage with ibe lady
towhomhe.ii lie rotbed, yet most despetate
flirtations are openly indulged in loan extent
h ch would (nit to blush New Y.uk, Chic go,
or Sun Fiancisco. Folliwl-g a senorba up
and down the proiueua latid staring InUotly
In her face Is an aeceited mode ot compli
ment, gratifying to the recipient, but fraiiiiht
with danger to tbe adi rer if ste happens to
have other devoted swains, and It not uufre-
ijueniiv nappens mat aueis are Ibe result, sbe
being preeminently the relle who can boast
the greatest number of such enci uiters.
Oil Wllh tile Old,
A man ol seventy-nine and a woman of
about Ibe lame age were roamed recently In
tbe vicinitV Ol East lleeenail'h II I Tl,.
couple are old lovers, having been engaged to
each olber more 'ban hall century ago. but
a quarrel eniued and they separated. E-n h,
however, matried, and bas raised a family,
Death broke loio both families, and the old
lovers were again free, which fact having
come tb tbe ears ot the groom, be hunted up
his early sweetheart, a meeting was arranged
for, and tbtlr marriage was the result.
Which Slda Should You Choose?
Dr. Dilauney, an eminent French phjs'.
clan, says lavat the most general position In
sleep Is on the r.gbt side. Dreams which
come to a sleeper in that po'llie n, be say, as
a rule are Jlloglca, absurd, lull of vivacity
aod i xsTggeratiop. Tbote wheh come to a
sleeper who lies upon bis left side, In Dc
tauney'se pinion, are not only less absurd,
but also more intelligent. They are apt to be
concerned with recent actual events and less
Qa Wear, Young Man, f Weiat.
Bishop Turner, a prominent colored Geor
gian, urges the young men of his race to seek
tomes la the government lands of tbe west
instead sf clinging to Ihe e stern ciliis, and
engaging in occupations too often servile. He
says: "You might take tbe brightest young
man in Georg a ai d lei him come i ut ol Har
vard or Yale wi Ii a diploma as large as a bed
sheet, but after be has blacked boots lor tbn e
montl s at a hotel bis mai hood is gone tor
The Mr nf flerel Knit,.
The old story used to be that nobody kcew
how long a steel rail could live, but now It
appears that some cannot exist (or m re than
a year. The dem nd for cheap rails has led
manufacturers to turn out shoddy, and rails
of1i, inscription begin to spread at tbe
Ides attsr twelve mon Its' ue. .Steel rails
have now no me re tLe elixir of life than
donkeys,who were also once credited wilb
a perietuj lease ol existence.
Katlniig I.Ike Living la II. pe.
Not a day passes thai business men are not
adding cot fidenre to confidence, that the per.
lod ot mercantile depression is passing away,
aid that Ihe dawn ota revival is at hand.
And there are not a few who asert their be.
lief that tbe fall will bring a boom in all de
partments of builness.
TUt .r.HTHlTIC AM11,t: AT HOMK.
Wllile and Ilia llr..eh- in t .......
Mother' Ulugy Abu la.
N Y. Oaumerifal Adveitlaer.
Among he bou es one must visit If only
onuv-is the home of Lady Wilde, mother of
ihefam ui,Ocir. It is a house in Paik
Jtreet, leading jut of Park Isoe, one of the
headqoarters ol f.ihlon in tbe immediate
neighborhood of Hyde Park II
Is the dingiest, dirtiest, mrst dlsrsputable
abjde of gentilliy that I ever set eyes on
The mother of ibe apostle of beauty lives
therein, and wlis her M'. Willlam-or Mas.
ter William as be Is sometimes callexl the
eld r brother st ibe apostle. When the
other day I, pullld tbe grimy hsid'eof the
bell attached to the doorway I noticed, writ,
ten above It, the ominous word "NotUugl'
What did it mean? A friend ol Master
William, lo whom appllei lor In'ormr
ton, told me It meant every,
thing; thai it was ihe whole news of lbs
house in a ini.hell.ani m.am to de.ttlbe tbs
sUte ot the Wildes' finances. Inside, things
are icarcely belter, but tl e lobby, staircase
aud receptlun.roora are so dark in broad dav.
light Ibat visitors aeorlged to grope the'ir
"j "Vt "u nave not time or
leisure to examine details. Tb s
who bare done so speik with Uted
breath ot Ibe eluety, almost wormy atmc.
pbere. dwelling with a seoee of injury on tie
bit of druet over wblcb they nearly
stumbled and ibe drawing-room table, which
dimly seen is the sanctuary, made l,comc.
tion ot any kind a positive danger.
The great Oscar and bis brother William do
the duties o boils In a in st masterly in in.
ner j the ladj of ibe boos , who, It Is said,
obj.cis to Ighl, Is an excellent boatefs
"Brain, my iear madam; brain, my good
sir I That V what we w.nil" And so
sbe talks ard smiles and talks to all ber
guests, bopinr bey are clever, and lesllng
i.r nn on7,.'. ' u" . " " '.
... .u.w ua mey aiso are toed of brain,
--.., . .,, u.uucu me ouns to
.-oVthea: r;,w.;.T ariraias
New 'oik Letter lu trgonau',
Tl.. Liu....- .... an t,.lima,t allt. m
'clcan-Vbevett end erarly-lm k ng lace, lie bad
an observant eye, and did not smile while hs
was showing the party around, until he came
tu a room filled up with dark cells. A teal
proltsaional uark cell Is about Ihe blackest
thing ou Ibe lace ot the earth when you1
'are lb If and I he door Is closed, Tbe paity
layed a pleasant a'r.il agreeable littl trick ou
tbe oldest member. He ' said he had heard a
treat deal shout Ihe exaggerated notions men
had ot time spent In a dark room,
and he askel the k ep r If he
would not lock hlui in there
for Ave minutes by tbe watch, and let him
have Ihe exr!eucr; so be was 1 tked up In
a little whitewashed cell, In which he cuulct,
scarcely turn around. Not k particle ol light
was auiaiueu, and a man might yell lilmsell
hoarsei forever without being beard untside,
Having lotked'bltii securely, his kind Inends
went cheerfully otf'and Inve.tlgateJ the iron
kfolltidrv. alllMW.ah.ilaf awai..tlta anil ibwV..
. i , . ---......., .. .-.... ,
Nearly an hour elap.nl, and then tin y re.
turred and released him,
"It seemed a pretty long five minutes,
e Idn'l It, colonel? ' said the youugrst tuin,
"N-nu," ssid the colonel, who had a
strained, ronnd-ihouldeted, bullow-eyed, nerv
ous, melancholy, aud unnatural air; "no, I
shculdn't think that I was there more th n
five minutes You see It's a great thing to
have a strong bold on your imagination and
not let It get away wllh you. Still," wearily,
"I must say tluMhal tbr.e-legged stool was
"At this moment the attention of every,
body wasattrie ed by the keiper, who was
aciually smiling. I was lb. Ii at time bia
features had telexed dining the day, and the
ciowd gathend arouud him
I'm going to show you a little Invention
of my own," he said, pleasantly, ' which has
been adopted all over Ike exuutry. I suppose
you know that the criminals ulteu get ugly.
Tbe place that Ii .rburs more than 1 &0U ot
New Yolk's woret (cum must necessarily bare
a number ol bard characters to deal with.
Men Leie get rebellious, ill-tempeted and un
manageable pretty olten. In former years
tbey ueed tbe Ltsb, tbe paddle, the douche,
and often calmed men by putting them into
Meek rooms. Tbe fi-Mceat sjititf are
quelled by impriionment in a duigeoa.
Toe wildest case we ever h,ad tu ued to a
lamb alter twenty.five days' imprisonment,
without a gleam ol light, in a black- cell.
All that is settled now, however, by my little
invention. We don't have to use tbe blatk
cells or anything else, and the men are so
thoroughly icaied by wba I call my Veis-h-Ing
machine' that they no longer tight and
rebel." He than ahiiw,l Ii i , ..a 1. .....
vlct becomes desperate at ill-tieatment, over
woik, or a realization of the awlul di.ratlou
01 -i ".'ntyjyesrtsenteura. ha Is dragged.
Info the keeper s room and a pair ot Iron
handcuffs aie screwed tightly about bis
WlistS. Then thfl rhalnwlnr.1. ...... .. a... ...
... ...v. .wuuih .ur inn
bandcutts is booked to a pulley, and ibe nuu's
hands are drawn Up until be Is almost lilted
from the floor. Here be bangs against tbe
wall until his spirit is subdued Tbe wall
was smeared with Ibe stains or blooi Ir m
the wrists ol tbe poor wretches wbo bed
It's a daisy," said the keeper, radlsotly ;
"tbe toughest man in the whole iatlhaa nerei
been able to stand it more ibau bree-qutrters
of a minute. It cures rheumatism, blindness
and all the other ills tjat criminals are
"It muit be toriurr."
"Well, ratber. It stops the circulation of
tbeblool, you know."
And he stilt smiled as be stood with bis
hand on the pulley, while tbe crowd wan.
dered away. It's a great thing to have a
clear idea of tbe humorous.
Black over green is a tavorita lace comV
na'lon, and is imitated in woolen lace woven
borders on new wool stub's.
White wool novelties for late summer and
early fall wear have curlid mohair and astra
chan tutted borders In graduated lines, also
white, or lace effects lor birders produced In
For late summer or early fall wear Gains
borough hats of itrmense nze, trimmed with
b uquets of i xaggerated dimensions, much
dithevelled, and tied with a broad ribbon or
etamine scarf ot loud color, are In bigb favor
for the country and si aside.
Among late n veltles In dinner and break
rat wbl e damask linen cloths ate two new
designs, one In a pattern or a bunch ol cbei
ries Interspersed with leaces ai.d fl iwers, tbe
other an oak leave and acorn pattern that is
as artistic as could be demanded by the mist
Waists ae made with long; points in front
and a jockey or p. million back in one or an
other torm. Sleeves remain tight below tbe
elbow, but are fuller above mat p Inf. There
n e,n(,enc K enlarge ibem in tbearmhole.
I una In the armhole are also revived. Many
sle ves are made witl out cuffs.
Some of the n. w rough wool stnlTs are
woven to Imitate woolen lace in one color
over auot er, as gray over red or blue, i r tbe
reverse, absyntbe green over crimson, scarlet,
brick, red or yellow, and these lace effec's
in weaving are used lor Ibe borders so uni
versally found In alt wool novelties.
Oh.lr scarfs or tidies are now strewn in
tbe departments ol table and house linens
woven n cul r aa well as white, with -fold
and silver threads, forming tha illuminating
effects in ihe b-ejche figutei, which are la
finitely var bd, but show a preponderance pj
Bjx mint, Egyptian and Arabian Ideas. r
r TbtJllftt 7 in fruit doylies are of
fine i white tupe wov. n line i, with i p n woik
bjrders and fringes done by band, and in tba
centre of each doylle a fine band-embroidered
fruit piece In color. Cherries, strawberries,
currants aod other small fruits and their
bares done aie in colored embroidery wsj
linen floss. '
The designs upon long ani iandsomely
fringed side board scarfs are in various forms
of Byzantine art, embroidered or brocbe down
the centre on crape-woven or mo ule grounds
or in outlloe stitch figures, comic, rural, clas.
lie or lymbolic, the favorite Kale Oreenaway
children i in grou.ai or detached figur.i bring
ai pi pnlar as ever.
Etch season revests tbe fact that Ibe In
B ,V? or "" l' Ilile nufactureri of the
world is as mexbaus Ible as art Itself. Till
rail we have new colors, new sbsdes of old
colors new wearlugs, neweects, new styles;
m w designs and combination, while ihe old
are so modified as to come to us ka old
triendi wllh new facet
New Names for Old Complaints.
The lUrvem dtx'lor bre dltc6reied tbil
DOit Of .hi MMtir 4..tk. I . a I
cau ej by cholera, but bv "trpbold choir,
rlne. At we understand It the pecnIUrilv
of lb. UHar dlN.M . ,b., cannot bsdbS
o lb. latur discs I. that I, cannot bsdbJ
...... u,u mm cuoiera save when there ii
an urgent molivsr making tbe distinction
Just so during ypbold epidemics docto-s have
s.me Ime drkovend that tbe disease wsl no
really typold Javer, but lypbo.mslsrlal
Hn,'.f .".V D.'Di? "" M pUlDti some
timet ratber Indicates tbe failure lo effeel
In the llarteillet ca,e It vlll not be ra's to
cone uda that lha ...... i. ....... .L, .." .f
rln" it tas to l f..r;a lUn-cbVlirT """
Tw.ut, tswr.lck M ,.., W, ,
AI Na' 'gtltelt thee la tl,. ......i . I
rge of ypuig Isdies over men" Tbs re.uli ii
- TiiHBg in knlckrrbotk. rt even iki
mereit soggrnlon o' a man i. . i.-. ia.il
s ?rz r ? m
Shirts Made to Order.
LIPIGE LINE OF BEAOY MH9E' SHIfiTS OF LVERY OtSCRIPTION
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StraturtJie'ssa tke MnacJea,
Il.k. h W.ma.
EarltVa Use BlootJ, 9Wea Hew Vigor.
!..?, U MvraaVBalr"j4d Iiwa aaat
urawn'. lenw tvra laino naer iron nianKina.
ew kainww iqw ff a pratKy. I havei loand
INarln narviMjirvr phralcal ftxhaua
OdUltaMns aitnfVnta thai baae
baaviir on thfyetafn.ljae ltfnw.1 hi nj own UmUx
wrapia-r TtaXr no ol
lauaa wnr.aaeaiavflwiM niaa.1 laaar. aaan
luprra Uand Buoa-aafifl anal Jflraetlv oon
.1.1... II-. nf ..a. aW. nUm. fegamatL.. atMa.1
. V.U..a at..
BBsanas uiiva-iaviui Bmsai
ut -adraM tin rtfttilK ol So
la raraiciD., ur
HOUiRA !s rapidly mo-.tnp-
vst.siwTLitl narf will soon
anpcnr in tlrls tjountry. la
order to rrcvj disastrous
effects from its ravages every
piwenHve should be era
ployed, and the system
should be in perfert condi
tion. At th it sson of the
yedjjthl? system is in a weak
state and ce(k.susccptible
to cLrngerqjIi (figcase. Pain
in tlv buck, v;cariness, las
Jnd-esftea,rflrwjy and liver
complaint a bat the result
of ncglcot. frrring the last
t&lfciiioi. of TlioJcra to this
febuntry no rncJicine was
UMUia xxjuai wj misnicrs
If erff,flfcer Sbth asapre-
nrufrtara nnrl it haai
been cqaaEy successful in
all tfie dls(Lse? nJove men-
apned. it renews and in
vfgo4aMsthe Uod, restor
ing to lieahla" an4 strength,
and tins shjitlding the
system pn rlismse.
MtJiai dnwsi-ifoti ISnuruta Km Brrma
a v." uwjaa -. mpi i.i.n wM . uwa
Tha OttT IOUCT inaiks ilnlJiAi ixa Miurn i..
lliAMtr atrr tl rj tv.IKle tt nn .'i
n v vAor.:rssr.'zrrsi"'s vr p j-y- "
Trr iw-i.nj IUKUASAVlVMli5r.
ickii - . K::ii "S" "
r iu ...-.at -.i riT.r- -i'?' r." "tsvi. . .
ciia-Tus "".""" ,"-
or iiaaaa ate.i M U....I .
i"JW;i'iV.'u,i'i,Ji!lSJ "all's naowii ttw tea.
cwoAao cotatT o.. cmcaao. iff.
CANCER OF TONGUE !
ACutBcumbUng Tin of Ointral Orant!
Bo"?V?n ?r.,.lro ' kul a scrofulous sore on
107 right hand which raw nie (real trouble. and
under tne old-ilue ir.aluieut was healed up. and
I supposed I was well. I to.md. however. It had
only lawn driven late tke ssieia bv the use of
pouuh and maiouev, .nd in March, Itwr, II broke
out n inj tiiruat,audcoa..uto.ud in wUataoiua
of Ihe doctors tl.noniloatttt TloMr. I was placed
under Ireatuiest for tbla eilf-a-. Homeila ir
SI'.0.iiil",TS P"'-'!"! n th. coutitrj bad
tne at different tlmis under their har-e. atnooK
Ih.in Hire t.c alliu In is line, butoneaflor
another would es hau.t fceir a . II t so I dron in. J
, t .". iwii.iuu.iij, in. caueer fiau
I eaten ihroMWi injr cheat, rteatmrliiK the palates
'.V,.Ji ilr.JZ'"- "'"'"uallj-. Thecaueerbad
pounda. I was redue-d to a n..r. frame ol akls aiidl
bonis, almoal uoaltle to runa uvmK la ted t
H0UM.nrl ,.n"uM '. bl sutilsSd'on
Hqold. and ai, to,fu. ,, l0n, , ,011,j
hubi,.I1,li ln '" 'S. hP'baad "iuTdpllSi
bis hand upon tue etCtinj...! n..." ZZS
lecidS ihanir." ..." ?:.,"". ""1 """ '
hatha, r m.. .n.A " V.r . 7-T. . vm.-m
"porisd all over tba Miiulrv. "raeainw
ihVl araiVi'i?.1! H!1?1?" ."jj. bbed coadltlou
'SLiiS JflJb ... Wtf
- -. -"n-ii .
!".'""." "rilsaa um, ,n I can e at wild fcml
out Th. :t:... " "."T. """"". i1"" llh
rata wberaiwr 1 olaaie with
li iaTn-iSLr Alibis 'uodtriheVrji'iS.
TC . c J "f "cnilas aad a utirvel to .n ii 1
Jrlel, huDdn, ol h011, have snowaSlV hi'
ISS." 'wMVj "" b"' r"M " ln"v ani c.
fjn'.anil have valisd
that V Xilfl;, '"" "'. aan I aHicvntdSBt
saiflterk m,YZi tSI' "n''.t """I l 'ha
- - ...mpw i w t.
-w.v ... a., Wf y
OH! MY BACK
kierr, strkla ar rela atlactaWV weak baek
sad tearlr arearUMSwsYss.
SIJ-I 1 11 ll"
iSOiLf "W 1'ald!Itr.,J5"ii:
I KSTIS-" S "" "ftlaalui. fa sup, U.
IU UIE Bit lltftt a.aav f. ........
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;OUtt RUANII OP
la the safest snd purest tlasoleie In the market.
1 his brand burns longer than common llaaolens
ami doe. noteujll.n oflensiae exlor. Ferllaaolene
eleivraaml all purpoaea for whlth lleewlene la usrd,
Ihe While lar Hand le Ibe moat reliable If lb.
V) lilte Hlar (laaolrne la not euhl In ;our vicinity,
end your order direct to us for a barrel.
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K r.KY KAHMKIt HHOUI.II IIUV IheTor-
llaa hnglttn 1111 to ua on their r. ara an J mowers
during harveai. Tula nil Is manufactured etclu
slv.lr by tha Brooks Oil Co. Ask your dealer for
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COIlLIrvS K.NOINK Oil..
Popvlar Summer Resort I
Dlrejtlf ra the Main f.tae of the
New Turk, IVnn. & Ohio Railroad, Mid.
nay Bi'lrreen Cine nnatl
ad New York.
Hlxhest Navtiahl Ilody ol Water on tbr0nt.
nent-1 uj. Feel AUve the Ocean and 11
Feet above Lake I rle. Dlst.nce
CLIMATE PURE J.KD 1NVIGQHATING!
Tbe lake la Z9 miles Ions and from on- to Be.
tleniua Point, llav Vlw. hi..Bnvt Sla..l...a
ataewooa, ruivana, urltaib'a I'oli.t,
VInararVtalrttiMkt-anil.PwIm Cbaulauaua are
araoka tke 4asnt rtewrtaon, tke US.,lalroii.
Ier kf asimaietwMtan.- There are food hotala at
The Famous Chautauqua Ami mb'y
Haa Its headquart'rs at Chautauqua take and
convenes In Jul .n I August of everv rear. One
of tbe in ate popular leaorta on It. take is
Her- all paaaenger tralnaol tbe New York, I'rnn
atlvanla aud Ohio railro d atop during iheMsaon,
It Ileitis the (.haiitauaua bake SUtloti.ao.l Ihedls.
trlnutlng poli.1 It the entire Ule. Ih.re aie
two hotels at laakewood, loth being of Immense
alte, capable if acuiniiuodatins; live hundred
gueatseacb. Nnqiervus ateamtra arecoi sianl1
sdjiaf tbe Lake traaiportlng vis tore to all polnti.
Tboa a asaucu of a pleasant reaort lo id. nd Ihe
so ra mar moitb ssan apt find a more oaovvniealor
Mllgntful 4aM tkaa I.aae Lhautauq.ua.
, KxCUItaliou mcUfH,
Via KtwYsTrk Pennarlvarla and ObluSallraa I.
ire on Sale ft all Iocs) alatlona and at atstloas of
eentestlDilliHuf oea Junr 1st, soul for rstura un
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