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REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVEXOrG FEBRUARY 1, 1887.
I GANNED GOODS!
Table IVaches 1 "i cents per can
Tie " I" " " ;
Gooseberries 1" "
lied Cherries 15 " "
Ked Kai-pberries 15 "
Marrowfat Teas 10 " " ",
Lima Beans 10 "
Strini;le.s Beans 10
SugarCorn 10 " " ti
Tomatoes 10 "
rumpkin 10 " "
Blackberries 10 " "
Boston Baked Beans 15 " " '
All new and freh. At either store.
Cl and 93 Vt Slain St. antt 40 South Mar
ket SU, SprlnRlleltl, O.
Want a cook.
Wast a situation.
Want a salesman.
Want a tenant Ctrl.
Want to rent a store.
Want to sell a piano.
Want to sell a horse.
Want to buy or sell a house.
Want a sood boardlnc house.
Want to lend or borrow money.
Want to buy a second hand carriage.
Want to And anything you haye lost.
Want to And a strayed orstolen animal.
Want to find an owner toraathinc found.
o- .! n Hi n AriwertlnAment one day. 15C
line week. 50c Each additional line one day
6c; oneweea. isc
ttt AVTKn-Ladles. local or traellnE A
IV snnderful entirely new specialty for la
dies only. l dally easily made, no photo no
calntlnc particulars tree Mrs. II. F Little.
Chicago. Ill J'"1
WANTED A German eirl forceneral house
If worK in small lamiiy. kww wt. .
ply at corner ot Jefferson and Market streets
WASTED Girl to cook and do Eeneral
Housework. Good waces and steady em
loyment. Apply at once ai -ju. """
arket street. "t
LADIES wanted to get up Tea Clubs tor our
Pore Teas and Coffees A host ot nselul
articles to select trom as premiums. Send tor
Illustrated Price and Premium List, fapeclal
Offer- To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send tree one
pound of choice Tea. Address. J. atlonal Tea
and Coffee Co . Boston. Mass
TTJAXTED Ladies and gentlemen In city or
V country can have steady employment at
home, distance no objection In cauvasslni:
Address Air bupply Co, U Eliot street, Ho1""1;
TTTANTED AllTe.enereetlc man, to repre
If sent us. tT5 per month. and expenses
Goods staple; everyone bays, outatand par
tlculars tree, gundard SllTerare Co.. llos
OUfcE Of flTe rooms. In west part of tbe
city, witn wen. cistern ana siame iumuuw
I B Rawlln.3M East High street -'-t
FVRNISHED ROOM Suitable for man and
wife, or two cents, at No 5 North Meihanlc
MONEY TO LOAsi.
TO LOAN Money. In sums of J.V0. sji, JUi
II JOO. tZjn) and COU0. on cood commercial
paper ana llrst mortcage Geon:e Jl Cole.
Laconda ltank bulldlnt: if
MCN EY TO LOAN In any amount on w etk
ly payments Call at office rnrtnKfleld
ItalldlcE and Loan association. 6Keas, Main
street, over Frled's Jewelry store Monitsy
erentng.Jan 24. Stb
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TKADL Good cheap nouses
and lots on almost every street tn the city
VMiMtnt lots in all narts of the city
home choice lots on sooth Market stret for
Small tracts of land dose to the city, im
proved and unimproved
Farms and land In almost every state
Money to loan.
JOHN II JOHNSON
dt Cor Market and IliKh streets
Ladies Sewing Circle
The lady members of the Second Luther
an church will meet this evening at the
home of their pastor. Rev. Dr. Gothwald,
195 south Center street, to spend the even
ing socially and In work under the direc
tion ot the Ladies' Furnishing societj of the
church. The ptstor wishes also to submit
to the 1 ldies of his church certain new lines
of Christian activity and usefulness, and
most cordiallj Invites every lady connected
In any way either with his church or Sui -day
school to be present.
After the Chicago fire Potter I'almir
borrowed Sl,740,000, for which he ca.
mortgages on his propertj Saturdaj tl e
last Indebtedness was paid off.
"Itlnvetl Iter Life."
Gooch's Mexican Syrup accomplished a
cure In tils neighborhood which has aston
ishelthe people. A young ladj. Miss
Davis, was civen up to die by her attend
ing pbj siclan. She had hung Fever. The
doctor said she n onld die before morning,
and adv ised her friends to discontinue his
medicine, as they were doing her no good
Her parents had a bottle of jour Mexican
Syrup and Liniment in the house. Tiieyat
once becan to give the Syrup in doses one
hour apart, and frequently bathed her
chest with the Liniment Betore morning
she was decidedly better, and after uing
two bottles of each she is almost as well a
ever. It was almost like raising the dead,
and has established the reputation of jour
medicine here. J. & J. X SAXDS,
Trimble, Athens Co , O
German reinforcements have arrived at a
number of posts on the frontier, while the
French are busy building barracks and
Boulanger has om ileted arrangements for
rapid transjionatloj of troops.
SHlLOH'SYlTALIZEB is what von
need for consumption. Loss of Appetite,
Dizziness and all symptoms of Djsiepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
In view of the calling out of reserves.
Germans refuse to be reassured bj othcial
press statements that there is no cause for
alarm, military as w ell as ch il circles deem
ing it a step in the campaign.
"HACKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
There w as senous noting in Belfast Sat
urday night and Sunday- night betw een the
people and the soldiery, which broke out
again. Xo one was killed outright, but
many received gunshot and other wounds
SHILOH'S COl'GH and Consumption
Cure Is sold by F A. Garwood on a guar
antee. It cures Consumption.
Charles F Orban, a newsboy, has been
allowed Slb.000 damages for injuries re
celv ed from being pushed off a train on the
Philadelphia Traction companj.
iMPOirr vvr Pi itsns, i Remember the
virtues of hops. Burgundy pitch and gums
are combined m the clean, sweet and
quick-acting Hop Plaster, llnp PUntcrs
told everywhere- 25 cents.
VV trifle with, any Throat or
-VJsJ Lung Disease. If yon Lave
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure.
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and 00c
Frank II. Coblentz, corner MarlH and
ILLS & RICHARDSON'S
n t j ner Is hi h ilfiale. and reta!
BEent Jcr the ! ol tl n lu .!!e butter prep
aration tie, urJwlly .. . ' ""l! " T
lor Us inxunti ctuur, uut tt i . ... ...... ..
pirs to butter.
It i entirely TeceUble
It Kivrs cood flavor as well as color
lt!.v,.rvr,in.,mUil coitlni; less than ne
.!. in i.nimili nf Imtter
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It is a uquia.aiiu n tuhii'.j ..- .
cream. . ,,,
Itdoes nut eolor fit buttermilk
l'rlce i me and ft per buttle
CASPER'S Drug Store,
ruhrr'rlllock. Maln"Mwt,3il Iloor Went
OttAMi "A Itac Bibj" Tuewlay even
ing. Ft b. 1-L
Temim.ock II ut--Thursday, Feb.
Id, I)r. Ort's lecture on "Idols.
;'. m "Nordcxk." Fridaj and Jsatur-
dai eu'inngs. Februarj ttli and 1th: Mrs.
Nettie an Sickle the leidniR lady.
Black- AujriMi'i Halj's ereatest suc
, "A NiUt Off," riiurda. Februarj
Warden Coftiu was in the city yesterday.
Superintendent Van Tassel went to
Waverlv this morning.
Wm Thornton, the sewing machine man,
is about establishing a branch store at New
Mr. O F. Huiiiphress a student at the
unlversitv of Michigan, l the guest of
Henry Burns drunk and disorderly; Tom
Moodv and Hattie Moodj, disorderly, and
Gill Hubbard, drunk, were arrested jester-
dsj and last night.
Mr. Aaron Bentzel. of thel rm of Kellej
A Ihntrel. went to London vestenlaj to
put in the foundation for a large sanoph
ag is, which the hnn is building for the
Watson fannlj .
Alinieinbtrsof the citj council are re
quested to le present at the iiks ting to
night, as the market house matter and
other questions of great Importance will be
brought up for consideration.
Johu Mills r of Clark couutj drove up to
a dressmaker's m Osborti Saturda. and
left a sitin dolman in Ills buggy at the
door. When he went to leave, the dolman
was gone- No clue as to the thief Xenia
E. " Tibbetts is suffering with a severe
attatkoi rheumitlsm, with which he has
lieen afflicted for a couple of months past.
Mrs I Bancroft, ot Clifton avenue, has
been conhnetl to the house tor seeral
wests with same disease
Lieutenant Zweislerand Detective Klrby.
of the Davton police force, w ere allow ed
SIOO bv the county commissioners for cap
turing Jennings, the hi rse-thief, and secur
ing the return of the horses Thej laid
ilaim to S1U) in each of three cases.
Mrs M Bowser of east Water street en
tertained -a numbt r of the voung friends of
her grandson. Master Willie McCnddj, on
Saturdav evening The little folks had a
happv tune Xenia Gazette Master Wil
lie is the little son of Mr. Uarrj McCuddy
of tills city.
Marshal Flanniean, of Kenton, pa.--ed
thro tgh the cit) this morning eu route for
IHvtoti. He had with him two prisoners
Elmore Slome and Elmore Tw ichler, both
convicted of malicious destruction of prop
ertj. and each lined 510 ami costs and sen
tenced to the Dav ton work-house for 30
There will lie a niee:ingof the Engineers'
asstx latum at the Arcade engine-room,
et'.ne-dav ev enitig. f or the purpose of gct
tmg readj for the installation, which occurs
baturda evening nexL Ever charter
member should be present
T T l'u.KM!. Chairman.
of the purest and best toil.t oips made by
Colgate A Co Cashmere Bouquet the stan
dard An imperial council was held in Viei na
Saiula). nt which it was decided to convoke
t delegations in Mirch to vote tl ,000,-
0J0 ettra military credits
CROl'l. WhOOPIM. COl'GH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. For sale bv " Garw.xid.
Edward I nger the New ork sau-age
peldler under arrest for the murder of his
partner vtuust Iiohle, his made a full
confession of the bumble crime
?ootlier at hand It is tho only safe
mediune yet made that will remove all
infantiio disorders. It contains no Opium
or il rphtnt, but gives the child natural
ecu: frvm pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by
Frank II Cobliutz, corner Market and
The reduction of interwil revtiie and
the taking oil of revenue from Propne
tary Medicines, no douti! Ins largely Ir'ne
httsi the eonsinn. rs, as well as rtheviiigthe
burden of lioint manufactures EsjHs:iaUj
is this the case with 7rccii'i Awjiut
Flutter and Uosihic'i Gmnmt Syrup, as
the reduction of thlrtj-si cents per dozen,
has btvn added to increase the size of the
bottles containing these remedies,
thercM giviug one-lifth more medi
cine in the 75 cent sue. The -Imjiint
Flutter tor I)vsepsia and Liver Complaint,
anil the llemuiii ijnip for Cough and
Luerjtroubles have ptrhaps, the largest
sale of any other ni.sliciues in the world.
The advantage of inere-ised size of the
bottles will tw greatly appreciated by the
sick and dlHi. ted. in every town and vil
lage in civilized countries Sample bottles
for 10 cents remain the same size.
llovr to Gain 1 lei.li tnd strength.
I se after each meal Scott s Emulsion, it
is as palatable as milk and easily digested
Delicate eople improve rapidly w ith its
use For ( tinsuuiitioii. Throat affections
and Bronchitis it is unequalled !r Twos
Piiim. Ala savs "I used Scott's Emul
sion on a child t i-'lit months old he gained
four pounds in a month
Dr Schooler, dean of the Iowa coll. ge of
pfivslcians and siirgtsuis, at DesMomeswas
arrested by the shenlT of Warren county, on
the i 'urge of coi'iplicitv in the robbing of
thegrivoof Mis Mattie Hull, at Carlisle,
some weeks ago
Reinemb. r the h. S S Rouse site Febru
ruary '.. at 2 p in Any one wishing to
purchase a home, central gootl locality, on
easy terms, we would advise them to go
and tins prop i U before sale day. It
is a very nn thing to h ie offered at pub
lic sale so tle-iral'l. a procrt as will be
offered and sold mi the abuie .1 ite -',a
Mi. 1 he .i llem-tlles of Price
Mi e nn st ick oi pit cires. frames mold
lugs art ami f i i go.Is mil store hxt'ires,
to ei se busi .ess. ( 11 V, n I I wis,
gs last Main street
25 East Main Street.
Saturdav morninq at 9 o'clock
The Springfield Beard of Education Puts
In Three Hours for Public
Tlie Ouentlolltir 1 Iiir lluller's liiitioti
to the TIiimiM llUetl.eil Ht 1 enclh
IroteeillliUK of the Meeting
lteoricl in lletiiil.
The board of education met Mnnda night,
nlth rresident Lotenz in the chair. The
meeting was called to order at s uVIcuk.
The follow Itu; tneiubers ere present
Beck, BriKhaui, Burns. Coles Corner, Cox
llolden. Kearns. Kellej, .Miller. Morrow.
I'ence, Kldipl, blinnipf, Troj and Tresl
The minutes of the pre ions ineetttiR
were read, approved and sicneil, after
whlcthe repulai order of bu-mes was
transacted, as follows
huperintendent White's report for the
month of Jatiu-m w is read bj rrofe-sor
Wur, the .uperinteiident lieinjr absent.
The rejKirt show oil Enrollment, 4 lJ
bojs 2,011, K'rls -.111, averse duly tneui-
iHTshin. .LS'J'J bojs l,0' ". ciris piyi
iiieiiibiisliip, 3,011; 2 bojs
1,M' 7, girls l.ssT , average dailj ab
sence, 201 s bojs '.12 s. girls 109, cases of
tardiness, 2!s, perfect in attendiiue, 1.9S1;
ca-cs of corporal punishment, 1K1; cases
referred to priucipal, l'J. c.ws referred to
. ,,n.,rlntA,i,li,tit s i. of tntnri.
. ' , ,. , ,t ,, , !
visits of members of board, in), v Mb of ,
otnets no. rcviiauuus iuissku oj it-atuci in
music, 13, cases of tardiness bj regular
The report was acc pled
Clerk dishing presented a request of
Superintendent White asking a Itae of al
-eiue for a week that he might attt nd to
some important uusmess near iiusiineii,
Xorth Carolina The rtspiest was unan
iinousll granted Tills is the lirst time the
Biineiinteudnit lias btwi absent from the
cltj durins. sivsion. of the schools during
the thirteen J ears of his connection w ith i
A representative of I. I) Maltbj A Co
of Philadelphia pi esentetl some of the ad
vantages of a system ot geoioguil charts,
which lie VNas putting btfore wrlous school
Mr Miller, of the committee on teieher,
-Preseiite.ltlier.slgnitlo.iof Miss Mamie
tr- v ..i., ..e .1... i- ..,.i , ,
i.lnvi,Li,i.i,. si,., h..i,- ,.,.i,i t.i
continue teaching on account of throat
trouble. The resignation w as accepttsl. Mres lor oat u nijet-nuu
On motion of Mr Miller. Miss A 11 Bo Tho results of thLs new system of treating
sart was elected to till the v acanc.v unde bj ' consumption are mj well vouched for ihat wo
Miss Ferguson's resignation, at a" salarj of , coniiinud thesubjtst to the cntical examma
SS5 tier month Uon of metlical circles in this country Con
At the request of Mr. Beck Professor sumption is the chief scourge of the Atlantic
Weir and Professor Dav idson presented tire eabo.inL Anj ii parturo in theraptutiiM so
adtantagen of geographical, anatomical and
Iloral charts Botli gentuunen art is! tint
it was impossible to pursue studies m the
various courses to advantage without tht
Mr. Beck moved that the committee on
text books purch.se the necosirv maps and
charts for tho High school and Pearl street
building. Mr. Kelley uiowsi u amend bj
referring the matter tn the committee to
report on at the next meiting, which was
Mr. Cox, of the committee on printing
Reported that J T. Mitchell A Co were
unable, owing to lack of facilities, to print
tie annual reiwrt. and Hut the committee
bad. therefore, awarded the cnntritt to the
Spriniheld G.izrtft. The contract was rat
ified. Mr. Coles, of tho finance committee-
Reported that a temporary !o n rf S5.0 0 perlments or observations on the relative
had been n.gotiated with the Mad River p-fectkn of the sense in the two sexes;
National bank. i and the same may be said as regards the
Mr. llolden. of the auditing committee 'sense of sight, which appears to be
Reported the clerk's report for December as equally acute In women and In men. In
correct I the extreme delicacy of taste it is probablo
Mr. Kearns moved tint an order for' that men exceL Whether they do so
51,22-t so De Lssue.1 in tavor or liroailrup a
Co., of Dayton, for furniture for the Pearl
street building. Carried.
Mr Kearns moved that the furniture coir
mlttee bo authorized to p rcln-e chairs for
the teachers at the Pearl street building
Mr. Coles of the committee on supplies,
presented two bills one of W. W Delhi,
for s'J4 iki, and one of Andrews, Wise &
Putnam for Sll S5. Both were allowed
and ordered paid
Mr. Ridgely, of the committee on build
ings preseutetl the bill of C b. Cour-oii for
tiling of S74 l!0. ami moted that it be al
low ed and ordered paid.
Mr. Ridgely presented the seventh esti
mate of Architect Cregar of the work on
the High street building by the contractor,
J. S. Port, showing that tht re was due
him Sl.485.yo. The amount was alio. id
and ordered paid.
Mr. Ridgely presented a proposal of A.
J. Khonemus to laj the side pavement at
the Pearl street building at It cents per
square yard The contract w;is awarded to
Mr. Rhonemus on motion of Mr llolden
Mr Ridgely moved tint the contract of
furnishing door-stops for two buildings be
awarded to Mr Bartholemew. the price be
ing 20 cents per stop. Carried
Mr shimpf. of the committee on claims,
presented the following c aims which were
a'low ed and ordc red paid.
George Minnick, glass aul labor
0. 1) Williams, pipe
Springfield ..as .V . lull for December
J Douglas, setting stakes
1' s Wilson, he
. 2; w
Total S-M 25
Mr. Uidgely presented the bill of Setts A
btevenson, for j'Ci lor supplies, winch was
allowed anil ordered pud i
Mr Ridgely present.sl the lull of Martin
Morati for ?2 for walling-up a well, and
mov ed that an order be Issued for Its pay
Mr. llolden moved
that the bill tie lad
over for two weeks and that the matter in
the meantime lie imcstigated bv a commit
tee. After some explan ttiotis, howev.r.
Mr. llolden withdrew hisinotnm '1 lie bill
was then ordered paid.
On motion of Mr. Morrow the question
of purchasing atlases tor the schools was
referred to the committee on t. t books
Mr. Prince stated that Dr Edgar F
Smith rejMirts on the ixainiuation of watir
at the Shaffer street building th it he had
found impurities m it and that he deemed it
'suspicious" A vote of thanks was ten
dered Dr Smith
Mr Kelley turned that the committi
on music be instructed to reoeiw bids on a
gong and on an organ for the Pt art strei t
Mr. Beck uioved that the bm'ding com
mittee be instru-ted lo h the doors at the
Oakland building Carried.
Mr Holdcn moved tint the Pearl street
building be opened next Monday Car
ried Mr Kellej mm oil that the com.nittee
on building put a few loads of gravel in
the Central school yard C irried
Mr i'ence moved that the building com
mittee receive bids onconiiet ting the Sh.afer
street building with the city water works
Mr Holden moved that a child w lio has
been kept out of the Lagonda scho l for
nine weeks on act tiuiit of the diphtheria
care, be admitted, the teat her having re
fustsl to admit the child
Mr Beck moved that the matter be re
ferred to the committee on dis. ipline.
Preside nt Lorenz callesl Mr Pence to the
chair and sjxike on the question
The child s name is Mora liutl.r Mr
Lorenz contended that the teache-r had
violated the rules of theboinl. bv not re
ceiving the child Mr lloiden having told
Mr Butler to si ml his ehild to the school
and the t.ai her having refnsisl to receive
li.r. and ret.rrcd the mitt, r to supei r.
ttnil.nt White I
Mr Mul.r took the II sir aul mad. a
speech in f iv. ir 'if ret- mug the matin to
the priqier committee for consul, ration i
we will open our doors to the
riintendini; tint no one member of the
board li ill a right to dictate the action of
board He urged that the Ixnrd should do
tins in simple Justice to the teaclur Mr.
rigli.iiii thought that the nntter ought to
be ie ferred to the committee, that it might
proKTl Investigate tlietase.
Ir Morrow tnovptl to amend Mr Heck's
motion b) admitting the child this (lues
da)) morning and having the case Investi
gated b) the eoiiunitteo as soon as possi
ble The motion as amended was carried.
Other cases of the satnecharactirvvll proli
abl beimestigtted ' this committee It
Is slid that Flossie JnotL a nitse of Dr.
iMpiuldiiig, has also hid some trouble w ith
the same te.uher. Miss Kate Altuiin
On motion, ''resident Iorenz wasadihsl
to the eonitiilttee on dis ipl'.ne for this in
vesticition On motion of Mr. llolden the committee
on supplies w as instructed to purcliascclocks
for the l'carl stmt building.
On motion It was decided tint the board
meet as a commit ee of the whole on
Thnrsdav afti moon to examine the heating
apparatus of the Pearl street btiilillng.
The board then adjourned
A CURE FOFl CONSUMPTION.
A Novel Slethoil of TreatlliB Patients
lletletl by a 1'reliell lhjlrlan.
A novi 1 inethn.1 of treating patients suffer
ing from phthisis is descnbtsl hi the current
nmnUrnf Tht Metlical Iletsinl It was do-
Tisetl l.j Fnnili phvsitian, I)r Horgeon, of
1 T.ti ttlm has Imvh aonlvinir it for two
yeirs to eases or turonK- puimonnrj anu
throat disease The result are saul to lio re
markible In acute general phthisis thire
hv Usui an nrrest of the progress of tho
disease and n euro in a few months. In ad
vanced con-umptioii marked improvement or
sviuntonis is rapidlv ssuretl, night sweats
1 m(I m ,.)mlnR ,, h,rass.
Two linndretl catssj navo l-eii treattsi
with singular success bj Dr Burgeon in Ly
ons, where the climate is unfavorable forcon
sumplivcs. His methoil has licen intrnluceil
in the hospitals there and in Paris, and tho
metlical authorities are lav oroblj imprcseal
The treatment consists of daily injections by
enema of medicated gases. Carlionic atid
gas when introduced into the sj stem bj this
...i..i ir,,i t t- hnrmless nn,l minlis
Su,phurtttl,i hy.lrogen is mingled with it,
,ln,'pmir structure of tbo lungs i, i-niie.ited
bv the medicated gas and remarkable cura
tive etfei ts are observed The carbonic acid
gas is practically inert when taken up bj the
s ems ot the intestines, but tho sulphurous gas
reaches iverj jsirticle of diseased tissue in the
lungs and throat, and is eliminated from the
svstem in .the process of expiration. Hie
volumo of gas used is ven large At tho
outstt a single litre is intnulucetl, but tho
quantity is rapullj increased to ten or twelve
railical as this French method deserves to lio
tboroughlv fnv estigattsl and adequately
t;-tetl iii'Xnitncan hospitals, Dr Ikrgeon
1 not a sciolist, but a reputable nbyskiiii of
.arge pra(tii-e ai.d gootl staniling If his
nieiliml Is as i tret tlv e and successful as he as
serts it merits general atter'ion from tUe
profession m the United btales.- New York
Thp SenfS as Alfected hy iex.
If the senses are taken seriatim It will
lio cv ident that thej are not parallel In
men nnd women The latter possess in a
jnucli greater degree the perfection of tho
sense of touch, thoe occupations that re
quire extreme delioicy of manipulation,
such as lace niaklnir, embrolderj-, bead
stringing, etc , are therefore usually fol
lowed by women As regards the sense
of hearing, w e are not aware of any ex-
naturally or In consequence of tho cultiva
Hon of men's palates, Is perhaps, a moot
question, but that they excel not only kj
gourmands but also as gourmets may be
accepted as an established fact, and th
accurate perception of the delicate shades
of difference distinguishing different
brands and vintages of wine is much
more frequently found In men than in
As regards the sense of smell, some ex
ceedingly conclusive experiments have
been made by somo American savants
which appear to subvert our preconceived
opinions The experiments were per
formed with prusslc acid and other
strongly odorous substances ou forty four
males and thtrty-eigLt females, and it
was found that in nearly all cases the
sense of smell w as about double as acute
In men as In women The caue of the
difference in this matter between, men
and women is quite unknown, as is the
object of the distinction, bat it has one
practical bearing that may be borne in
mind The employ ment of strong anj
potent perfumes by women may depend
on their less acute scu-e of smell, and
they would do well to bear III mind ths
fact that odors and perfumes which may
be quite pleasant to them may be almost
overpow enng and decidedly unpleasant to
individuals of the other sex. London
Ai. FnipreKS AYOong I miatlrs.
Empress Elizabeth of Austro-Hungary re
cently visited tbo Vienna lunatic asylum
with the wife of Pnno Karl Theodore, her
brother, the famous ot ulist Nearly all tho
mad men and w omen recognized the empress,
w ho had v isitetl the place l.furc, and is?v eral
1 r-obleoien kissed her hands w hde tho women
knelt toreetive her blessing One lunatic
approached her majestv and said "Xo one
would ever thinkyoi were a grandmother "
1 Tlura w-io en, Im tnni-li nf Htll, ,1 immlimnil
,.,.i, ii. , i.im vDhmmc m tin. fimt thn
empress bn ko into uproarious laughter and
asked the iciiatn 's name and if she were
curable &lie was told she was and her
majesty immediately ordered that an thing
1 the woman wan.tl tdiould be charged to tho
Imperial pur. roreign Lttter
Mechanical Trap for the Sucker.
A good mam people think that inont of
th gambling 1 oues in Chicago are run
on the squarr " but llendno, tho esrn.it
clock and model maker, tells me that he is
often cilled in bv gambling gentlemen to
niule tome contriances for their use
He sajs he has made for certain well
known gambling shop proprietors in Chi
cago, hold out ' devices for uv in j,oker as
well as stripivV attachments for faro
boxe- The roulette whet Is he sajs, he
i eer hctrd of bdng tarn . red wih, proba
blj U-can-. the odds against thoplajernre
about as three to tm, and that gets away
with his mono quite fast enough Chicago
The kuTet I ntfluji.
An innntion that niPLts the wants of
joun lad.es and otliers who do not wish to
hire tin ir mail opened in transit or by
friends ard rtluties to whom it ma bo in
trusted he jut hvti pa tinted und i known
us the saft-ti .neloje It looks er Hluch
like am uthir tiivilope exeipt m the gum
flip, w litre th-re ts a lock stitch arrange
mtnt two httlc strips of imjur pasmg
through slit - pre arei If or them and fastening
under tho lki, m tint au nttimpt to Ioo
tho tmilujH b stt-Hiung or ubtr known
procs6 will ieult in biruking the lock and
diclosiug the burglars (.Jlolie-Dcmotrit
Kotliorhltil h .t iirisltv
Ifnl It Hotlist hil 1 has lnun l euoi
osit an ! iiiiapprn uitio n 1 tin ia ofjrj
twli Mtn i itnl b i ing a h mi ruin r of
th I on n n tiix out bin i u Md j if and a
p u a it t l iii und pn ills of tujs to
ail tlitir t uMrui I jndon I-tttir
mercy of everybody. YOUR PRICE WILL BE OUR PRICE. Sale will last 12 hours.
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' worth of foot wear at your disposal.
ON AX ICK BOAT.
A CORRESPONDENT GIVES A BIT
OF HIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCE.
Skimming Across the lee at the Kate of
a Sllle a Minute Trick on Pamen- I
Krr Traveling fater Thun the I
XVI nit. I
Tbo Hudson river Ice boats are generally
considertsl to be the handsomest and most
comfortable, although Madison, is., hat I
some excellent ones. Hut tho nnjontv of j
those here are built by the native youths for
their on u use, and fpeed rather than Uauty
or comfort is their ami That they attain
this y our correspondent can liear witness, for
horoile from Matliscu to the insane nsylnm
across lake Memlota (a distance of fully five
miles) in live minutes, and, nfltr the first
luinuto out. In view of the fact tint he had
undertaken s-uth a trip, he made up his mml
that he was headed for the pro r place
There are many pleasure in ice lioatmg,
but sitting on the end of a plank with v ou"
nrms wMjpeil around a stay and the wind
play ing tag up nnd down v oui -pitml column
is not one of them As the wind gains confi
dence, and plav fully toys with your fingers
and ttn-s, your tiitliusin.sm for the sjiort rap
idly dies out But then one diss not often
have to do this As a gem ral thing he w ill,
espet lally if a stranger, lie allowed to rcclina
lieneuth a protecting buffalo rotie, while somo
pretty Madison damsel tells him fairy tales
about the dangers of ico lioating and yacht
ing, for, bolt known, nothing pleases a native
of this pnttj little town more than to harrow
up tho sou! of the unsiistiecting v .sitor by
narratives that will give him the impression
that he is at any moment liable to lie hurled
intoeternitv But, though his this k pafcl,
your correspondent, with tint gall nitij for
winch ChicHgoans are noted inform.,! las
fair companion that In such delightful com
twuiy even a journey into et.nuty umiMti a
welcome pleisiire, to wlucli she quiekly re
sponded -Oh, but are you sure we would
travel together. Da you think yon would go
my wnyT Then y our corresiwiideiit e nw I d
outot his retirement to ask the contain if
there was anything he could do The cap
tain ev ult ntly thought tin rt w as, for he gav o
the loat a sudden swerve that st nt vour cor
reJiondent tobogganing across the ico in very
much the same w ay that the y outh bad de
scended the toboggan t hute some hour lie
fore. Ho afterward ailo-gized most humbly,
aiidesilaineil that be was obliged to make
tho sudden change in hi course on account of
a crack in the ice which he saw n little dis
tance ahead, but the fact that thatcratk was
not v isiblo to tho naked ev o is in itself sus
picious In short, it looked very much like
a put up job and the information vouchsafed,
by another Madison youth thut it is custom
arytoglve strangers this unlooked for ride,
did not make the explanation seem any more
TO PREV EM ACCIDETTS.
Still these excursions are often taken as the
result of accident, for tho lake is .earned w ith
cracks just Large enough to admit the runner
Of course if tbo boat strikes the crnck at
right angles it w ill paas ov er w ithout diffi
culty, but if the captain inadvertently runs
It upon ono at an angle of, say forty five de
grees, tho course of the lioat w ill sometimes
be changed so suddenly as to send tho w bole
party shooting across tho ice To avoid su. h.
accidents tbo skipper generally straps himself
on, but It is no uncommon thing. If he Is a
bttlo careless in his sailing, to have the ll
anco of the party leave him unexpectedly
But, of course, when ladies are alioard the
greatest care is taken to prevent such aeci
The speed attained by icetonts is renuu k.
able With O fav orable w md one of these
can travel at a rate that will make n limited
express train blush for very shame A favor
able wind, by the way, do's not mean a wind
over the stern, a wind on the boom is mm h
preferable- to that With a stern w ind tho
boat, of course, can travel no faster than the
wind, but with the w Ind from a more fnv or
ablequarter it can. The uninitiated will doubt
tb is ossertion.but It Mrue,and has been proved
to be so. If the uninitiated will stop to con
sider the fact that, except when running lo
fore the wind, the motion of the boat is made
by the wind rlldmg off the salb, not pushing
from behind, that the iceboat is very light,
and its friction in pass-ing over the lev almost
nothing, they will see how it e-an travel faster
than the force that propels it If th sail
boat was not retarded so much by friction
with the water it could, on the same tacks,
travel at the same rate of sptxsl as the ice
boat The wind was not making sixty miles
an hour when vour correspondent traveled
five miles hi five minutes. Cor Chicago
Literally Scared tq Death.
Some curious incidents drift to the surface
long after the events of which they were a
port have passed by Thus I was talking the
other day with Mr Sadler, the big twrk
packer of Fulton street, when something was
said about tho Pittsburg riots, which brought
to his mind the queer case of a I"ittsburg
stockman named Glass, Glass was an old
man and at the thus of the riots was affli tcd
with a combination of asthma, cousumntion '
and rheumatism There
dill not seem to bo
enough blood in his ems to warrant the be -
htf that he had a heart One of his ijeculiar-
itles was that ho always curried a gieat
leather ocketbook eight or ten inthes ui
length in the Inside jKKket of hi w aistcoat.
He n as to fearful of taking cold that after
he had renvned it from his pocket t or any
purpose he never put it back without wann
ing it at the Are.
For otr a quarter of a century it had leen
hlsdailt habit to go down, through the Pitts
burg railroad jards to the LnVrty block
yards, when he did business. On tho morn
ing after the gnat riot ne came unexpectedly
u i on the Mine of doovtatiou there. It was
a horrible Kght, not onlv on account cf tho
dead men I ing around, but the general nun
as welL The shock was k great that Glass
could scnnvlj rttuni home, and he died
within Hunt four hours. ew York Tnb
une Hlutsoti Ilathlnp.
AVe "toko cold" through the skin, it
skould be remembered, as wenlo breath
"hrougi it, throwing off s.uierfluous heat
which becomes feer when tho jerspiration
rt fcur pressed and also tending off wate
products, rrsons who have an tendemy
to puliiionarv di-eoe should make their hkins
actne double hindful of common salt
thrown into the ltathmg water after the
cleaning pnwss has been erfonned is a
beneficial ad htion The saline jiartieles are
verj pcnttratingt and no amount of rul
bing will nmoe them from the skin, uwn
which thej exert a most useful though a
gentle, stimulating influence, especial! salu
tan in cies of sluggish her Not nl
does this at t locally on the kin, increasing
its frfcnt ions but als. quickens the process
of nutrition in all the tissues of tho bod
Tim nbless mittens of ordinary Turkish
tow Wing ire as good as the more costly
Ioi ges for the luxury of the ihul rub
bath ' A Iirge Turkish towel, wrung out
in either tepid or cold water will exjiedite
the bathing process, and by ail means pro
ide a goikl sizel towel for the dr rub
afterwanl Turkish towels that come the
size of crib shetts are most useful for this,
and the luxur of keeping two linen lath
sheets in dnl Use is known to the initiated
few After t it her a cold or a warm plunge
bath the immediate exreringof the whole
bod inalaege wrap of linen or the soft
tuftrtl cottogies the sensation of luxury
m,n,eiH.K.w ew ur'"'
llol.llnc Ilia I'mltlun.
Wife It dnn't tre how jou can sa liat
Mr Whiti-olioker lias an effeminate nay of
talking Ho has u very lotul oici Hus
band I 111 'an by an effeminate way of
'alL'iig im dear, that ho talks all the Ume.
Harjier m Oazar.
A hen n liapp) thought come to a bilious
nan ho ouirht to shake liands ith it and
make it teU at liome. New Orleans Pica-iuu.
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follou.nl shortly after by slight exiiectora
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tightness in the chest pulse lie. ome- quick-
er in the ev cning or alter a full meal -chilliness
in the evening with slight fever.
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of, and my experience Is a large ne
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PHASES OF ITALIAN WITCHCRAFT
Curious Things Itt-oni.iienileil for lur-liisi-t
of I nrt. V string Case,
From such pi cms v ou may hear that if
any one take tin eggs out of a raven's nest,
boils th"in so ns to render tin m incaiwblo of
incubation nnd n places them the jiareut
birds will tlv to a brook nnd fetch th. nee a
white stone of the nv and shape of the eggs
Tlie t1.1 tllf.1 .-.1- It nl.isiainlwfiillpanuini.
the eggs an I then sits on eggs and stone to- I
geuier ine stone restores vitality to the
eggs, and after the brood is fledged and has
flown It is left 1 hind in the nest It Las,
however, suffensla great change Iti now
senu tran-pir. nt nnd in every respect except
its weight and hardness is exactly like an
egg If it ! pLunl n.ar any iwisoned fool
the velk begins to move violently and thus
warns the fortunate possessor of his danger
Tho lapwing is even more giv t u to sore-e ry
It always deposit n stoni the izeof a is-a in
its nest What use it is to the bird or its
familv no ono set ins to know , but if am one
finds it and iircs it uudei tho pillow of a
sleeping jiersou in. will aiisv-.ereMrv ques
turn tliat does pot exceed the limits of human
knowledge with perfect truth in tre language
in which it is nsked The marvelo is siorie
told of seqntsare imiuiuen.b'e Tiiere is
one about a yard in h ngth and os thick as
the uppt r part of a strong man's arm which
hauiics dry wooded places. It is su venomous
especiallv in May, that not onlv willthi first
pe rson it bites in tint month die himself bnt
auv one who stands licsiJe tir corn's, to help
him will share the same fate If he fa lsbe
nra'h a tree, that, too, or if tt bo very large
nt hast one-half of it will tie killed
Again, seiaients of all kinds are ven fin 1
of milk In the old days before tlv n wv
was built n coachman -vLo usc-t to dn e m
the road lietwcen Foggia and N it i,i oi is
fell a Jeep outsi le a little inn whilt hi h ves
were luuting His mouth was rjien a!,d a
snake crept down his ttrmt After th s he
felt unwell though he did not know why
and none of the doctors could tell wlmt was
the matter with him At last he consulted
the professors of the University of Naples
They hung hmi up by Ins feet and placed a
great bowl of milk lieneath bis he-id The
snake, attracted by the smell, crept out to
drink, but rtill Kept a great jart of Its body
in tho mouth and throat of the coachman.
A young do-tor sprang forward, pulled it
out and threw it nwav , when it war killed
It was about two and a hilf feet In length
After this the patient was as well as ever -Saturday
It Is not to bo irontlczvil at that thtse ioor
igncraut iiple, who Hvo on or bv the Rea
all their Lies nre Imbued with queer notions
i and suiertitnns connrnins it. The do
' not acknowledgt. thw readily, are rather
' ashamed of it indeed and it taVes tme and
fanullarit to bring these superstitions to
light. They npiar to endow the sea with
sentient power witn rtn intelligent and gen
erall malignant will It is ever readv te
undo human lalmr and destro human hope
Before er rough weather there occasion
l ally comes a fctrange calm, a hush like to
nothing if tho holding of a breath before
a furious outburst of rage It has a weird
effect, comuig as it often does, at nightfall.
After this a dull wading, mullled sound
C'-eejM out of the darkne2 a sound as of
lamentation anil entn-atv heard from afar
'The sea is railing they say here anu
when thLs happens thefishenten exjicctagali
before morning "When the nea has got hoh
of its pre and there is a houm or hou
I desolate in the village, the hold that it
I niounLs, making quite n different sound U
any other time.
About funerals there aroodd rbserances
and ideas. It is unluck either to meet e.r
to cross n fun-ml tram There a irLs in
the village who are a sort of professiona
mourners 'though uiqwud) for children am
oung women who die unmarried The
are drevsed in black, with white Ij'hrU and
hawLs of white spun silk on th ir shoulders
.MX of these mourners is the Disti number
and whenevtr one is married another is
selected to fill her plact IVoIabH it is con
fcideredajtost f honor for there uer seems
a vi(anc, though I do not know luw the
seKction is male The are grae looking
damsels m it may ho b their fitting ajear
anci t a oung man s funeril there are
onl twoot these girls who walk Ik re and
are called srwrs The Dissenters have
J a eustnm of smginga sort of dirge oer then
dead not unlikt in effect the chanting of
the inonLs at n funeral in Rome Hut whin
i th sad duties ae done comes a turn offcast
j iag Thi ir pride forbitU them to have anv
thing but a mt lis ful funeral Another
pecuhantv is that w hen th eop!e nrv asktl
to attend it s b nun nnd tr!s natnotl
I bidtlfi-s not nereNsanl relatives of the
I dis.asli Vil Journal
The Caiiiii Chewing M mh.
The gum t hewing maul i tdiould I flow tied i
uKu for si -ral reasoivs. It en itts tbo en
tire glandular rstem connected with all
menation. Thepunoseof theglands isilearly
etaUihe,l 11 eir prodU cannot la5tel
, or diveited to other Uses w ill out damage
The human U mj is not a rumiiuut u cud
chewcr (ne,lisuf an inals cnimot adopt
the natural hanib, of another withcut suffer
ing from m Jmn' Dental Herald
A western ew York lady complain!, to an
editor that th ugh &he likes the general fea
tures of hip.iir it has not vu u0h deaths.
The Iadii should n t lietm t irect monu
ments t l uuuihel women Vh) should I
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