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M0N0AY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1885.
The democrat who is famishing for a post
office ij the saddeat spectacle of the period.
The Louisrille Ojuner-Journal calls the
Sew York Times ''that slobbering mug
wump." This is dreadful.
A n embargo has been put on Hendricks'
mouth. His managers say he should be seen
(at countj- fairs) but not heard.
Hendricks is being exhibited at western
fairs. If be is shown in his lathing suit he
Is a spectacle worth going fur to see.
Got. lloadly and Alien 0. Mjen are can
Taasing the state In behalf of democracy. If
democracy can stand It, the republicans can.
The Cincinnati Enquirer is greatly troubled
about Judge Foraker's speeches and properly
so. ile id evidently hurting the democracy
and its allies.
A premalure fruit fa always a bad thing.
W. F. Frost, the prohibition candidate, is de
cidedly premature, and will melt and evapo
rate long before October.
farnell is growing to monumental dimen
sions as a figure in English politics. He is
the only man in Great Britain who at all
compares with Gladstone in that line.
The Itev. Hubert Laird JU'ollIer is advertis
ing his personal resemblance to Henry Irving.
He has no other resemblance to Henry, and
he seems to have no other quality of which
American girls who go abroad have been
very much pestered with counts and other
things, with tills s, who wished to marry them.
Now there is a new and worse trouble. The
kings are after them.
The Cleveland I'laln Dtaler calls a recent
apeech of Major McKinley's "yawp." The
major will continue to address his fellow-citizens,
In spite of the uneasiness which bis
utterances cause the democracy.
The New York Times reports Chief Mc
Kane, of the New York police force, aa say.
Ing: "Roller skating rinkB ruin mora girls
than alt otber causes combined; my police
records are full of such cases."
New carpets In the White House I This
Is awful. The country can't stand the ei
pense. Misj Cleveland should sell the old
carpets, remove them and have the floors
oiled. Then, perhaps, the ofli'e-seekers
would slip down and break their necks.
Col. A. L. CoDger, of Akrou, has been pro
moted to the presidency of the Whitman 4
Uarnea Manufacturing Company, of Akron,
Ohio, and Syracuse, New York. The colonel
Is an active, energetic and industrious repub
lican, who has many friends throughout the
President Warren, of the Boston Unlver
Ity, refutej the alleged "out-pspulatlng power
ol the negro," and a writer In the London
Spectator speaks of the "enormous recent
Increase In the number of white men," We
are glad to know that tbe Caucasian ho still
a chance to exist in tbe future.
Archibald Forbes, the great English war
correspondent, who lectured here once, doesn't
Ilk Cincinnati, and blaaphemea her preten
ioui to art and culture, but be booes to
marry an American girl all the same, the
jpung lady being a daughter of Quarter,
master Oeneral Meigs. Sh will bring him
to hla sensts in due time.
forae people are excited because ex.presl.
dent Hayes muted Hon. John II. Langstan,
late minister to Haytl, and a colored man, to
It at the table with blm In tbe dining ball of
the Fifth avenue hotel, New York. There
wai nothing etrange In the occqrrenre. Both
Heyee and Laogtton are cultivated senile-
en, and Laogatoo It an old guett ol tbe
.SH ti ' )
President Clereland It "on th decline" at
last. He refuses to accept tallway pfS. If
congressmen and legislators should "follow
suit" some of them would hare to walk home
to their constituents, but their constituent!
would like them all the better for It.
The popularity of the morning (koiii-Iii-rt.-M.tc
Is already an assured fact from the
hearty support It Is receiving on all handi
and the scores of new subscribers which are
being added to the list each day. SpringQtld
Is a city well known for its enterprise, and It
now has a newspaper in which It can take
pride. The morning Ot.oni-lltrUBi.ic seems
to meet all the requirements and Is aheady
marked down a winner.
In the meantime our evening edition la
receiving large numbers of addi
tional subscribers. The reduction to
ten cents per week and single copies two
cents is in accordance with the spirit of
the times, and those who do not have the
leisure In which to read a morning paper, or
for other reasons prefsr the etentng edition,
can find In it a paper filled to overflowing
with the news of Springfield, Ohio, and the
world at large.
A Maine Myat.ry.
The editor of the New York Sun has dis
covered a mystery In Maine. It is the reten
tion In the Portland custom bouse ol Fred
erick N. Dow, a "first-class offensive republi
can partisan," aAie Sun puis it. The dem
ocrat of Jfaine are fierce lor bis removal, but
be sticks and stays. Why is this thus' asks
the curious reader, and the Sun gives some
information that throws some light on the
question. Frederick N Dow Is a son of the
great prohibitionist, Hon. .Veal Dow, the
father of the suppression and obliteration of
the liquor traffic in the l'ine Tree state, and
be has recently turned his back on the repub
licans, who have been his warm supporters in
his war on the whisky business, and Is now
"stumping the up-river counties of N'ew York
against the republican party." One who puts
that and this together can easily smell a lively
Nou-iHrllirui rrolll hit loll.
Both the Leader (republican) and the
Plain Dealer (democratic), of Cleveland, give
much Bpace to reports of the non-partisan
temperance meetings now being held in the
city named, by Mr. Francis Murphy, the
lather of the Murphy blue ribbon raoement,
who once held meetings in this city, and both
papers commend bis work.
Mr. Murphy bas met with a great degree
of success both in this country and in Gicat
Britain in persuading people of all classes to
become total abstainers. He shows a kindly,
fraternal feeling for men of all classes, not
excepting liquor drinkers and liquor sellers,
or even those who persist in voting tbe re
publican ticket. His only line of attack upon
saloon keepers is to induce their customers to
quit buying and drinking their liquor, and
be has been tbe means ot influencing many
of them to go Into otber business. Attempts
have been nude by the partisan prohibition
ists to enlist Mr. Murphy in their :ause, but
he declares that he is a moral and" religious
reformer Lot a politician and proposes to
fi.'ht it out and work it out on that line, and
we have a strong suspicion that he voUs the
republican ticket, as he has a right to, al
though be does not make republican speeches.
Mr. William Noble, of London, who was the
fir.-t man in Eugland to put on the Blue Kib-
bon, and whcs great work In the Standard
Theater in the East End of London, has at
tracted much attention and resulted in great
good, is now in this country and is working
in the same line and spirit with Mr. Murphy.
Efforts have also been ,made to convert him
to partisan prohibition, but he persists In fol-
lowing tbe policy in which bis efforts have
been crowned with such signal success. He
believes in moral and Christian
suasion and influence, aa a reform
atory agency, and very properly de
clares that it would be very Impertinent in
him, aa an Englishman, to come over here
and instruct Americans how to vote! And
we are glad to say that Mr. Noble is a big
hearted man, and a very interesting and el
Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, one of the
ablest, if not the ablest, of tbe members of
the National Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, declines to have anything to do with
partisan prohibition and prefers to appeal to
tbe reason and the conscience, in which she
shows her practical wisdom and sound sense
Is not this the better way to promote the
temperance reform? We b'Peve It is.
noma ash oritjoMi.
Since he has occupied the position of ap
pointment clerk to tbe treasury be has proved
his fiiellty to his old political principles.
He not only thinks tbe civil service law a
failure and a fraud, but he does everything
possible to make it so. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Tlia torpedo (,'lnsi,
in case of war, the protection of our bar.
bora and rivers would depend upon the skill
with which the torpedo service is managed.
Tbe government is wisely training experts
against tbe time of need, and we are glad to
know that the Newport school is doing well
' "" rtqmreu oi it. rrovidence Journal
Thai ful.hc Must Ile I.ril.
The probiblilonlsis, who think the tem
perance millennium can be brought on by leg.
islation, ignore the enormous susceptibility of
public opinion in a free couniry to influences
which lead and do not drive, and are prooe to
w,B ..... uauuuu.ui peopie, Whether rightly
or wrongly, resent tbe notion of mmnni.i.i
and decline to be prohibited from anything
luriher, as at present advised. Philadelphia
Won't He lie l't?
The coal-oll legislature police commission
was equal to the dirty emergency. It faas
reinttated Mike Mullen, the lieutenant of po
lice who shamefully Incarcerated 150 colored
men last October to prevent them from voting
Governor Hoatllr asked for his paidon, and
now bat the audacious effrontery and mas
terly cheek to ask colored men to vote for
him. Oh, my, won't be be left? Cincinnati
Incurred tba Hostility of Wojklnfm.n.
Labor hat no truer friend than John
Roach. No other American citliem . ..
! ",ucb M b t0 and defend labor.
225, deU'rh nVordtr
nuke political capital, It attacked the Interests
ot labor and Incurred the hoitlllty of work
logmen Just a, effectually a. It did when it
deliberately made up Its mind to employ con
vlct labor on pnbllc work. National Uepub
I.etTti.mb Absorbed, tuilier.
Mr, Holman'a house of representatives com
mittee, now Investigating the Indian "consol
idation movement,'7 report Irom Oregon and
Washington territory that nut all the Indiana
should be asked to move on. It hat been sug
gested that II the trlbet could be "parked," or
"corralled," or quarantined in the Indian ter
ritory, the change would fce an Improvement.
The committeemen are of the opinion, It la
stated, that the Pad do Coaat Indians should
not be asked "logo" certainly not to "go
west." Philadelphia Ledger.
MlbMNO his K.I.
Artificial human ears made ol celluloid are
Florida Is three times at large as Massa
chusetts. The very newest notepaper and envelopes
Mitchell, D. T., with a population of 3,000,
has twenty-thiee lawyers.
Tobacco grows wild in various parts ol
Nevada, being merely a weed among the uni
versal crop ol sagebrush.
At the last coin sale an Elherla penny, time
ot Allred, sold fur $250, and a gold half noble
of Henry VIII. brought $1,250.
A large amount of capital, estimated at from
$15,000,000 (o $20,000,000, is Invested In base
ball In all parts of the country.
A new notion among occullsts is that men's
eyes are more sensitive than those of women
to tbe colors red, yellow and green.
The Wateibury American thinks that St.
Minnie woul 1 be a good name for tbe com
bimd cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Last year there were 211,000 letters posted
in Eogland without any address upon them.
In 1,000 of these coins and mouey were en
closed. A Hindoo loom complete is worth sixty
eight cents, and weaves shawls, silks and
muslins, which our most expensive apparatus
Is It true that, when washing their faces,
men always rub up and down and snort, while
women apply the water and then stroke gen
Out of 58,000 prosecutions by tbe English
society for the Prevention of Cruelly to Ani
mals during tbe last twenty-fire years 55,000
have been auccestful.
A shooting match took place recently in
Canada between twenty-five smokers and the
same number of non-smokers. Tbe smokers
won by twenty-five poinls.
A man died lately in London from the ef
fects of a bite ot a cat. And a verdict of
"death Irom hydrophobia" was rendered by
the coroner's jury that investigated the case.
A professor at the university in Berlin,
baring tried it, says that it takes ten limes as
long to commit to memory eighty meaning
less syllables hs it does to master eighty that
Tbe English health authorities are sorely
exercised over the importation of "artificial
honey," composed of wheat or corn sUrch
treated with acid, tbe product of American
ingenuity. Detection by tbe taste it Impossi
ble. The cutaneous exhalation of Alexander tbe
Great, according to Plutarch, had an odor of
violets. A smell of prusslc acid is aaid to lie
given off by dark complexioned individuals,
while blondes are said to smell slightly of
Tbe ex-Erapress Eugenie is making a
round of European watering places as the
Countess de Pierrefonds. The detective po
lice of Carlsbad, learning that the assumed
title was fictitious, reported her as an adven
turess. Six of the clergymen who mad a recent
bicycle tour of Canada, trateled a hundred
miles in a day. The same distance has been
covered by professional riders in ten hours,
but on a smooth track with the lightest of
Twelve mounds of incinerated human bones
have been dug up in France, atu point which
makes it likely that they are the remains uf
Gaulo-Roman warriors, who, in tbe time ot
Hannibal, fell In defending the Rhone against
that general's passage.
An'EneIi9hman has been coodemued to
twenty years' penal servitude at Lyons for
plundering churrhes. While secretly prose
ciring bis career of crime he was received
into fishionable sportinu cirotes, and became
a patron of the turf.
Big tassels were put by a Memphis woman
on tbe ears of ber horse, and a broad ribbon
bow on his tail, in order to decorate him to
ber satisfaction for , equestrian use; but be
liked the adornrnents so little that he ran
away and threw ber off, nearly killing ber.
Knoxville, Tenn., publishes no paper on
Mondiy, thus allowing the printers to keep
the Ssbbath day strictly. It is said to be the
only city in the I'nited States, having 30,000
inhabitants, ith railroads, it ambouts, tele
graphs and telephones that has no Monday
morning (.apers. ,
The caus of a separation betwen a Georgia
husband and wife were that she had until
after their marriage concealed from him tbe
fact that her handsome teeth were false, and
that he neglected to tell br that he snored in
hi sleep. They could not agree to set one
fault against the other.
The Chinese hare just completed an Im
mense bridge over the arm of the Chinese tea
at Lugang. It was constructed entirely by
Chinese engineers, ana is five miles long, en
tirely of stone, has 300 arches, each seventy
feet high and a roadway. It is the greatest
structure ol the kind in the world.
The worthlessnest of the murdered was the
only plea made by a Wyoming lawyer in de
fense ol his client, who bad deliberately shot
a bar-room bully tor merely annoying bim.
The judge said that the areument wj . I
sound in law, but tbe jury let it justify, to
iuci. uiiuub, Teruici oi acqumai
About hall a million dollars ia on deposit
n a San Francisco bank bv the attorney ,..
eral ol California, subject to bis personal
draft, and yet bit bond is only $40,000. This
sum was paid to him In settlement of Pacific
railroad taxes, and a complication of authori
ty delays its transfer to the state treasury.
A novel method of suicide was that at
tempted by an Insane man at Brooklyn Jf y
a few diys ago throwing a large cobble
stone Into the air and letting it fall upon bit
bare hend. He bad inflicted iev.r.1 ......
but not necessarily ratal wounds when be
was discovered and placed under restraint.
Should the Duke of Aberrorn live four
years longer there will only bare been two
holders ot hia peerage in 100 veara. A still
more remarkable Instance occurs in the Fiti
roy family. The second Duke ol Grafton en.
joyed the dukedom from 1090 to 1757 and
bis auccessor till 1811 only two in 120 years
An acute grammarian became excited by
the Incorrect English of a Montana preacher
and, accosilng him at the close ol a particu
larly faulty sermon, oflVred to pay for his tul-
iiou uj a private instructor. The minister
took the proposition a cirri I r. and Henn.,n,..i
ill makei In termt forcible but at tbe tame
time illustrative of bit need of tbe lesions,
A man In a lonely part of Iowa bai brain
fever In consequence of the death of his wile
and on recovering could not remember where
he had burled ber. During the Interval the
tnree penont who had aislstcd In tbe Inter
ment became scattered. Very desirous ot lo
cating the grave, the widower dug over rtoit
of a leu.icre field before finding the remains,
Tbe phrase "a wheel wllhln a wheel" un
doubledly had Itt origin In tbe bible. In
Ezek.. 1 . 1G. we find the exhressl.n n l...i
in tbe middle of a wheel." The revitert ot
the Bible have adopted the more popu'ar
phrare, "a wheel within a wheel," whetbr at
more correct transcript of the orlgl-sl or In
deference to tbe common phrase li known
only to themMlvet.
OIL TANKSjON FIRE.
Vt.mTKl.ASlt THTt.yii TO AHH TUB
TMTLK "CITT or J-JJtaM."
A Leaky Tank L.eails to a Fire. In the
Works ol the Ntnnrinnl Oil tTnrka
rrtl Tnnka lUplode The tfiniuea Fi
nally Under Control,
(From Morning billion
CLi.ANn, O., Sept. 0 1 .15 a. m. An
alarm of fire was turned In ten minutes ago
from box 02 at the Standard Oil Works. The
iky In that section of tbe city Is now brightly
Illuminated and the air Is filled with
the smoke of burning oil. It will be impos
sible to tell the extent or exact location of
the fire for at least an hour, but it is believed
the Standard refinery or some of Itt lanks are
burning. No steamers have been summoned
since the first aUrm as would have been done
had there been fears ot a spread of the fire.
lliSOER Or Tilt ILAME.-I sritKiDIMl,
Ci.tviLi.KO, Sept. C 3;1( a. rn. It
la now known that the
fire la the Standard Oil
Works. It broke out at Kingsbury Uun,
several hundted arils above the cener of the
works, it is thought from a leaky still.
The burning oil flowed down the
run and communicated with the
other stills and tanks. Several tanks have
exploded, and four or five are now
ob fire. The Haines are likely to
spread stlU further, and may reach
the naphtha works, which are close at hand.
It Is now thought the entire tire de
partment still be ordered out. This
is the same place where the
great oil fire of two years ago occurred. It
will be impossible to get an estimate of the
loss for hours.
THK I HIE UXDIlt COSIBOL.
Clxmclano, Sepl. 0. 3.35 a. m. The
fire to all appearances is now practically un
der control, and if the burning oil
can be prevented from running Into
the river, all danger ol a spread will be
avoided. No estimate as to the probable loss
can be made at tips hour.
Very Little Improvement Necessary.
VtCksai'KO, Miss., Sept. C Capt. C. II.
Sears, the United States engineer in charge
of this district, arrived here tonight, having
visited the w,orks Rt Wilson's Point, for the
purpose of Investigating what damage had
been done there during the last high-water,
and to see what Improvements had been made
In the channel. He states that at Slack Island
Crossing, where Doats have had
great trouble in former years in crossing tbe
bar, there is now twenty-five feet of good
boating water, tbe gauge marking twelve
feet. Captain Sears states that in his opinion
is uui nine more work necessarv in
Providence reach, that beinir simnlv to make
tome repairt on tbe work done. His opinion
it that the work done in the reach bas ac
complished all thit was desired and intended,
and that low water will fully demonstrate the
fact. Some portions of the piling which was
put down bas been washed away, but none to
cause any serious results.
The ll'lilegrooui Did Not Come.
Nr.w Yokk, Sept. C Ossie Earle, a trav
eling salesman, and formerly a resident of
Elizabeth, was to have been married to Miss
Maggie Barrett, living at Larayette, on Wed
nesday night. At the appointed hour all tbe
guests and the minister assembled, but no
bridegroom came. The bride was in a high
state of excitement when a telegram was
banded to her. With trembling bands she
tore the envelope open and read:
"I go west toolgln Ossik."
The telegram produced a sensation, but
after tbe bride had regained her composure,
she announced that tbe festivities would go
on just the same; and they did, although tbe
bridegroom nas not yet been heard of.
Cured by a llng;ilii,.
Hiana, Sept. C On May 20, 1884, a
soldier named Camilo Martin was brought to
the military ho'pltal here suffering from cat
alepsy. For fifteen months be remained un
der treatment at the hospital without show
ing tbe least signs ol improvement, despite
the fact that all the resources of medical
science were applied to his ca. Finally.on
August 8, the doctors ordered that a bagpipe
be played near bis bed. The experiment was
successful. The man recovered consciousness
almost imrnediatelv. and ia now !,! in . .,!,..
late some words, and to take necessary nour
ishment. Two fiteal Itarrs In I'rospect.
ILivrLAxn, Sept. 6. Daniel J. Camp, of
ueirou, nas jast completed arrangements for
a race between Clingstone and Harry Wilkes,
to be trotted" Bt Detroit on September 21."
The race will be for a purse of $2,500, two
thirds to go to tbe winner, and one-third to
W. H. Crawford, on behalf of J. I. Caee't
stallion, Phallas, to-day accepted tbe chal
lenge to match Harry Wilket against any
horse in America. The rate will be for any
amount and is to be In Cleveland.
No New Developments in the Wabash
St. Lucid, Sspt. 0 Cowderly and Secre
tary Turner, of the national evecutlve com
mittee of the Knights of Labor, returned, to
day, from Sedalla. They say that a very
large and enthusiastic meeting of knights
was held there last night. No new develop,
ments in tbe situation bas occurred since last
A r.tltlon for Hie lUlt-ast, of the Mayo
Lomo-f, Sept. O.A memorial to tbe Earl
of Carnavan, viceroy of Ireland, praying for
tbe release of the Mato nrisouers. I lln
circuited throughout Ireland for signatures,
and is everywhere tecurlng tbe support of tbe
most Influential people.
Ktlfleutly, a Luck tXlrri,t.
Ntw Hajt, Conn., Sept. o At a meet.
Ing, called fjr tonight, by the mayor, to
raise funds for the Grant memorial lund, only
the mayor and the janitor of tbe city hall
were present. Tbe call for the meeting baa
appeared in all tbe city papers for a week.
Killed III. Htei.Ilanshtar,
KitDAKt, Texat, Sept.6. Yetlerday. Alien
Thompson, a negro, living near Linden, beat
his ilep-daughter to death with a club. He
bad frequently beaten her, and, fearing ar
rest therefore, he concluded to kill her,
lloyal I'atronagD I'roinUed. j,
Lokpov, Sept. C Emperor William, Em
press Augusta, and tne entire Imperlil family,
have promised to atteod the opening tier.
formauce ol Christine Nilston't Berlin season
An Incrensa or DuiU. I'rupos.d.
Loinck-, Sept. C From Berlin It it ru.
mpred that Prince Bismarck Intends to pro-
pose to the Kulchateg a further Increase of du
tlet on cereals, agaiuit all countrlet but Aut
Martalafor C'auasulau Holdlers.
Lokdok, Sept, C. Tbe queen bas approved
Ike project ol bestosing medals upon tbe
Canadian aoldlen who were engaged In tbe
work of suppressing ihe Kiel rebellion.
vho r m mm Notiriiw Bar.
A telegram from Hudon, Wl tayt that
the corn crop there wai badly damaged by
the hetvy froit Kiiday night.
Light frottt are reported from aereral parti
of Ibe state of Michigan, Tbe greatest dam
age wai about Herrlo, where It It reported
tWO-thlrdl Of tha crunk.. m.mm .... 4.
rnoM oinittooo to womanhood,
filii)lilii( maid with mariner shy,
"."liudlnit wllh reluctant feet
here Ihe brook and liver meet,''
Dips her toes In wllh a ilh
w Ith a lh and with a shiver,
'I lien with one last lloitsrlnit look
Turns her baa upon ihe brook,
And Is swimming In the river.
TII1XUH MU .M TALI..
A Lot or Items .Ihnwlnc that It la a Human
Weakness in Hrasj.
Jersey City Journal.
A sea turtle weighing 3,000 pounds and so
vigorous that It took twelve men and two
boats to get it ashore, was lately captured at
Prince's Bay, N. Y It was offered to several
restaurant keepers for $15 but none would
Mound CUT, Ksns , Clarion.
A stalk of corn was brought In last Tuts
day and exhibited on our streets, that con
tained six large, strong, healthy shoots, all In
tllk. This locality may not produce as many
stalks as in former years, but every one of
them is a true KaDsan, doing itt whole duly.
Pittsburg, Kim , Smelter.
K. W. Alberty, of the Willowdale farm,
says he had a half blood Holstein calf that
weighed just 400 pounds when lour months
old, having grown 100 pounds In the last
month, which is filly-three ouncts per day, or
over two ounces per hour,
A gentleman Irom St. He ena writes to
the Oregonian that he wl,l send to the state
lioard ol Immigration samples of red clover
five feet six Inches high, grown on recently
cleared land near that lown. Can any one In
the state beat these figure s ?
A huge lemon was recently picked at
Panasoifkee. It measured twenty.four Inches
in circumference one way, twenty-two inches
the other, and weighed four pounds and thir
At the Jackson street wharf, yesterday, a
sturgeon weighing 550 pounds, and nine feet
teven inches in length, was landed from the
ateimer Caroline. It was caught in Ibc Nana
The editor of the Hillings, at Minncwau
kon, exhibits lettuce beads three feet in diam
eter, and insists that tbe Devil's Like region
can match California in vegetables.
Anchoring n lliiltoli.
Detroit Free Press.
He drifted into a sample saloon the other
day, wiped his forehead, felt around in bis
docket, and taid, with a plessant smile:
"Well, as it seems I have just one ten-cent
piece left today, I'll take a drink."
When the four fingers of Anlioch nerve
tangler had been secreted in his remotest re
cesses, the customer fumbled among bis keyB
and laid something on the counter. As he
did eo he said:
"Great Scott I ju t look at that now 1"
"1 see It," laid the barkeeper, scornfully
regarding the alleged dime. "It's a suspender
"Why, I didn't lock at It, you know. I just
felt in my pocket, and I'm blamed 11 I didn't
think it was a dime. Ahem I I auppwe
you'll have to put It ou the ice until tomor
iow. I'll drop In and fix It."
"Oh, of course you will. Take this are! fix
it now." And the cocktail dispenser handed
over a needle and thread.
"What's that for 7"
"Why, for you to sew that button on wllh,
right now. You may make the same mistake
somewhere else; sew her on strong."
va uuu r o.v tii k vi. r.
A tradesman at Colchester closed his doors
and affixed outside the following notice
"Gone to Mersey regatta open again at 7
o'clock." The hour having passed and the
engagement to open at 7 hating been broken,
some cruel wag appended to tbe above notice,
in large characters, "Drunk and can't get
borne." rurelgn Exchange.
Mrs. Jones "They tell me that tbat Smith
fellow Is paying his addresses to the widow
Robinson " Mrs. Brown "I don't believe a
word ol It, Mrs. Jones. Paying bis addresses'
The fellow never paid anything in his life."
Boston 1 ranscript.
An Iowa judge has decided that a man is
in duty bound to tell his wile where be
spends the evenlrgs when he is away from
home. This deci.lon is all right to a certain
eitent, but suppose he doesn't know? Phil
Lover, of lla.e Hull,
New York Pun,
Little boy (near the polo grounds) Hey!
Johnny, was dey a big awjence at de game
Johnny (who observed the game through
a knot hole) 'Bout two tousand.
Little boy (incredulous) Must have ben
Johnny D'ye mean copa an all?
Little boy Yes.
Johnny 'Bout tree tousand, I gucse.
Here is a long ttory ol the September start
made short: ilercury will be the morning
star after th nA n.t tl.r... .l. l,u . ....
. , , u ,UWro wmI WI9U ,u g
the quick little dodger of the tolar svslem
must look f, Mm . ..'.,. iJ '?'.?
'" iooa lor mm an hour before tunrise,
aaturn, outtblning the otber planeta, is morn
Ing star also, and so, too, Mart and Neptune
morning ttars. Uranus, Jupiter and Venut
are evening stars. Venus Is tbe gem of the
Nothinc I.Ike Learning.
Snooks: Yea, sir; I believe in giving my
children the best education money can buy.
My father never spared any expense on tnr
De Toffee: You will give them an acade.
mic education, then?
Snooks: Of course I will. That's what 1
got, and. If It takes every cent I have, all my
boys and girls shall be maca lami.ed.
A Piece of Logic.
Bolgertop: "What a horrible uproar I It
must be a street fight."
Pugsby: "Where is It? I can't locate it."
Bolgertop: "Nor I. Walt a mommi t.
that a policeman going down Chestnut
Bolgertop: "Then we must go up Chest
nut ttreet if we want to tee the fight,"
A OeorgU Opinion of Toombs,
Oeneral Toombs is one of tbe greatest men
this state ever produced. He Is tbe klngllest
of Georgians, and In tbe mere force of genius
standi without a peer.
Tie eii'tl firiln, ProvUIoo ft Stock Exch'ge Co.
SSDr?tld-"1' ' " Ohio. Capital.
15,006.00. ftMm, 9 .ad 10 Oread Opera He we.
MlTs'-M'' wl" receive orders on UBAIN. PRO.
flftlONM and HTOGstM lu lota"n3ibl. (irafo
Sf.10.pwr"I.,!!,3kT; Wevlslona aid upwafSaj
lu share, luilroad Htocka and upwards. """""
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Correct Fall Styles in Great Abundance.
CALL AND SEE ITS.
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ftnrt of tonio IHO.N iitriilutalni'wt evrr? plr
alclan'a necrlitiun thorn who domI tmildltur up
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(in ttm only Iron miMiVin
1 1 A
If riirlrhra fhn Itlnnit. IntlaTorntrn Ihft
It drswi not Mackpn nr injure lneftin, nuw dnki.
k lie nr tniiur c)nriliptlun-KAtr Iron mrUce4do
Pit Ci II ItiNKLET, a leading pbytlcUa of
ISpriniziVM, () , mj-b
"llrown'n Iron Ditterwliia thomnfMjanM medi
cine I tin f tn mr practice, and And .tnarthni
iirajlf, all other fnrrnn "f Iron In weak new nr a lrw
trmuiitisin "'f lh nyntrm, IlrownV Iron Hit t em la
uauallj a punitive necen-itj It la all that Is claimed
fur it "
OvnafnaliM trade tn.rk and rroatwd mil me on
wraniMtr TiiUr no other Mad only by
HIIM IIII'MH'AI.I 0.,im.TmoifK,M!.
LaPira' lUwnBnoK nrfTil and attractive, run
taintna: lint of prize for rerjiwa Information abort
orinff, tvt ar.vrn away by all iValem tn medicine, car
loalVd to any addjwe on receipt of So. stamp.
ACHES !i PAINS!
"I acho a'l over!" What a common ex
press on,; and how much it rTican,s to rr)any
a poor sufferer ! These aches ravo a
cause, and moro frequently thaq is gener
ally suspected, the cause is th,e Liver or
Kidneys. No d -easo is moro painful or
serious than, tqese, aqd no rerriody is so
prom.pt an.d clfrctivo as
No remedj has yet been, discovered
th.at Is so effoctivo in. all KIDNEY AND
LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP
SIA, etc., aqd yet it is simplo ond h,arrri.
less. Scieqco an.d m,cdical skill have
combined with woqdertul success tose
Ijorbs which, nature h,as provided for to
cure of disease. It strengthens arjd in
vigorates tqo wholo system.
lion. ThaiMeueRteseiis, the dlstlnnil.hwl Con.
fm-ssiiun, on w rt to to a fi Uo ineuiU r who w ss
surierliiir troiu lu.llk-ektii.u sud kldn-y dlwaiwi
Try Mlstilir's llrrulimir, I ttne It will cure
you I l.aioii.1 it for both ln.lircTtitu slid stlec.
Iiou or the kkliiF) s. ami It l tlw most wonderful
comblnstluu ot liiKll.-timl h, rU 1 ncr .'
MIBnijEH HEIIB BITTEIIS CO.,
625 Comuierco St.. Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup NeverFafit
CANCER 0FT0NGUE !
A Case BcsembU&g That of Oeneral Grant.
Some ten years sen I h.d a scrofulous sore on
my right hand which gate me great trouble, and
under the old-tlmo treatment w.s he.le.1 up, and
I supposed I was well. I found, however, It had
only been driven lulu the system by Ihe use of
poush and mercury, a din llaroh, 18a , It broke
out in my throat, and concentrated In what some
of the doctors denominated cancer. 1 was placed
under treatment for this disease. Koine six or
seven of the best physlclaos In the country had
me at different limes under their rharge, among
them three socialists Intl.lsllne; butoneafter
another would eshaust their skill and drop tne,
tor 1 grew worse continually, Tbe cancer had
eaten through my cheek, destroying the palaU
and under lip entirely and half my tongue, eating
out lo the top of my felt cheek bone and up lo tbe
left eye. rrom a hearty robust woman of ISO
Kunds, I was reduced to a mere frame of skin and
nes, almost unable to turn myself In hod. I
could not eat any solid food, but suhslsted on
ll'iulds, and my tongue was so far none I could net
talk. The anguith jf mind and the horrible suf
Jerlngs of bodf which I einerlenced, can never
bereiesW. Uiven up by physicians to die. with
no nope oi recovery on Ihe part of friends who
sat around mv bedside, eipmlng every moment
. --.-. .., wU.,Ur, c.iiiug viktj moment
l0,h1 lu?',,ti'n et. my husband aouldplac.
h'.' ha" upon me every now and then tsse.
wueiuer i was alive or not, and at one time all
decided that life was extinct, and uiy death was
E.-i ici an u,rr lue countrr.
urh wss mv helnleN. ami rl,h..l M.n.tlM.n
tbe first of last October (IB8i, when my friends
commenced giving me hwtil'a Specific. In less
than a month Ihe eating places slopped and heal-
z" """'"'", "i me i.ariui aperture lu lav
cheek has l.een closed and firmly knitted together.
A process of a new unJerllp Is progressing finely,
and Ihe tongue which was s.nio.t destroyed Is be
ing recovered, and It seems that nature Is supply.
Ing a new tongue I can talk so that my friends
can readily understand me, slid can eat solid food
again. I am able to walk wherever I please with
out the assistance of any one, and have gained
fitly pounoa In flesh. All this under the blessing
of .merciful Heavenly Father, Is ilue to H.llfs
Kpeclfic I am a wonder and a marvel to all my
Irlends, hundreds uf whom have known my In
tense siifltrlnirs, and have visited me In my aif'o
tlon. w Idle I am not entirely well, yet my grail
tula Is none Ihe less devout, and I i confident
that a perfect recovery Is now in sight If any
doubt these facts, I would refer them to 1'on.
John H. Trsylor, fetate Henalor ol this district,
who Is my neighbor, Dr. T. H. llradfield.of La
Urange, .., or to any other persons living In the
southern part of Troupe county, (la.
. .. MIU). MAKYL.COMEK.
Ladrange, Oa., May It, 1B&5.
Mold by all druggists.
Treatise ou Hkiu and Blood Diseases mailed
Call on our physician. No. 1S7 W. 211 fit.. N. Y.
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N. W. Corner Main anil Miiiratoiir.
Blank Bonk Work anil Legal Blanks a specialty.
J. Lcuty's Sons,
PALACE MEAT MARKET!
.lantlaomrst and best (quipped Daily Meat Mar
ket In the PUte. Jteat lU-ff. Mutton, Veal, Lamb
and hill Meat- tn be had anywhere. Custom once
Rained always retained.
8 and 10 South Market.
Dr. Frank J Runyan,
Booina 1st Hacklnsrham'. Bnlldlag
over artttiy Bro'a store.
(special attrntlm tlvtD to the , reserving
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Iiite or Gliloniro.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Specialty of fine fillings; restoring partial loss o
teeth without pistes, and restoring to usefullneas
sound roots anj brurfen teeth by trowulog.
110 1-2 Went Main Street.
No. 8 West High St.
Room No. S, Arcade HuilJing, Heeond Floor,
POPHAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC
For the cure of ASTHMA. Kslsbllshed 1S6.
Trial package free.
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Do not fall to try this splendid preparation If tou
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and giving Immediate aud pusltl relief In every
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The Most E.ughlful
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