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EVENING, Jj'JflJiRUABT 0 1S87.
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M. M. llfcllGES,
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Cement, l'ltvs'er, Hair, Fire Brick and
Clay, Chimney and Jewer Pipe.
EVES1M1 AM) WEEKLY.
Tae BEPLBLIC prlsti tae Sew Terk sad Wes
ter. Associated Press Dispatches aad tae Belter
Cable (I orrlia) Teles-rims.
Question relatinc to tarifls ami protec
tion are always with us and their actual
merits are much more easil) ascertained at
times when there Is no public excitement
and w hen men are least affected li partisan
bias than in the heat of political cam
paigns. The republican pirt) Is lor protec
tion tor a Unll not shuplj for reienue.
but so adjusted as to protect Anienran indus
tries: while on the other land, the clemo
eraej are either cutsio,e'ii for free traile,
r declare for a Unil for revenue onl. or
for revising, refoniilnc and Iiorizoiitaliziiig
the tariff. Iho least that ran be
said aliout democrats in congress Is
that they are forever tinktniig at
ihe tariff and, therefore, cuntiuiiill
alarming and disturblnc the jiroilueiiig in
terests affected bj their operations, and
thereby deranging the trade and comnurre
of the country. It must be said that there
are republicans who are tariff reformers,
but they are few and far between, and not
infrequently tote the democratic ticket.
They are mostly students ami theorists ahd
their heads are tilled with tme sophistry,
handed down from other centuries and
sllehtly wanned over. They are not prac
Free traders assume to have a great deal
of knowledge : tint is, they are very
knowledgous: and they assume to have a
high degree of morality a-s do English
free-traders w hen they are lecturing Amer
as air. There is no morality Involved.)
Questions of right anil wrong are not
THE SACRED ROOSTERS.
The island ot Vangho Lo is not down ca
any map that I have seen In recent j ears
If It U on any map It must be a very old
one This, however, Is a limner of trifling
Importance If the geographers have i nelted uch other with the biscuits, evl
ed angho Ix, then it is so much the laiti Iio, Uioum.; their edible qualities
ret s.ik sash and a pair of boots. His
breast was elnuorutel. tatooed, and his
face exhibited similar traces of artistic
Dalton anil I after h whUpered con
sultation, agreed to be patient and cheer
ful, hoping thereby to fiecure better terms
The savaees ransaiked the cave They
worse for them
The wreck of the Imp rudely ended my
first and List pleasure xoyage The Imp
was as trim a yacht us ever danced on the
sp irkling billows of a summer sea. After
cruising alum in the south l'ucillc fur sev
oral mouths in all sorts of craft, I con
sidered it a piece of extraordinary good
luck, when Capt Dalton invited me to
s ul with him as his guest ami fellow trav -chr
With the crew nnd all there were eight
of us, nil Englishmen, with the exception
of m si If Dalton was u man of wealth
w hose chief pastime was yachting, borne
of the young fellows with him weret the
snlcd darlings of fortune, and the love
of adventure had induced them to try a
m months sail on the Imp
It must have Ikkmi alwut midnight when
the vessel struck A triniindotis hole was
made in her Imttoni, ami she Ix-gin tilling
rapidly. We let down two lioaU in a
hnrrv, nnd, jumping in, made for the
K'.ich, which was clearly visible in the
bright moonlight. Our little cockle six 11
lhuts spun around in the surf like mi many
chips l'owerless and breathless, we wero
turned over and ov er in the foam crestol
w av es
A great surge threw me high tip on the
each, and it was several minutes before I
.Vow these assumptions are as thin , to'r' ,w,.-
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The shaker was Dalton I rubbed my
evis and saw live dirk forma moving
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"Only two missing, Ilradley nnd
Onlilw," said Dalton "It might have
lieen worse, you know- We're in big
I thought so, too, and asked the captain
if he had any knowledge of the locality.
'It must be Vangho Lo,'' he said
thoughtfully. "If It Is not, then I cannot
till where we are "
One of the men had a box of matches in
his pocket, and aftir we had built a good
fire and w ere liegmning to f eil more com
fortable, Dalton told us all he knew alwut
our surroundings The island of Vangho
1x1 had been discov ered centuries before,
but no civilized government had ever
claimed it Although of considerable size,
embracing hundreds of square miles, it
We are a producing people, produced nothing of any commercial
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wuue, noil Mas u i'iiutuie lium ui sun
and lire, inhabited by savages of
WEDNESDAY EVENING. FE8RU1RT 9, 1887.
Mormons are getting saucy and impu
Daily Xcics has been en-
Our Summer picnic in Canada is evident
ly "off." "
Ilvi-iall and Speaker Carlisle are al
words' points on the tariff issue.
The Xew York strike is over. It seems
to hav e done no good to anybody, and n
xolved immense loss on all concerned in it-
Ohio's war taxes, to the amount of Sl.
300,000, are to be returned, and this w ill
reduce our state debt by o much.
The Rfpl'ulic has no private grievance
to air, indulge or gratify. It has but one
purpose namely: to promote public inter
ests. The KrriiiLir has no enemies to punish,
eicept.those w ho are public enemies but
we have about 30,000 good friends to re
ward. The Xenia Gazette thinks that Mr. "Weir
Tay lor" stands a chance of election as su
perintendent of the Springfield schools
Weir Tay lor is a good man.
Frank Hatton, ex-postmaster generaLaml
one of the brightest and keenest of Amen
cin politicians says that Senator Sherman
could carry New York ov er any democrat.
We feel sure that he could
X. P. Hullock. esq , of Leon, Iowa, who
spoke at the Temperance hall meeting,
Sunday, is a straight-out republican and he
states to the editor of tne Khi'L-nuc that
the martyr, Itev. George C. Haddock, of
Siour Citv. was also a republican and was
never a third party prohibitionist.
Of General BusUnell the Dayton Journal
of Tuesday says;
Our information is that Mr. Bushnell
could not afford to sacrifice) his business m-lutere-sts
for the cost! honor. Xev erthe
less he would make a most acceptable ex
ecutive, lie has brains, resolution and
Integrity. But wait until 'Ml.
Wo mosteordiallly approve of the follow
ing, from the OUln State Journal:
General llanlins cured General Grant of
any tendency to indulge in drinking while
in me iuiusi oi a caupaign, and Grant
cured Kawlms of the habit of profane
swea-mg. oucii a friendship as this, which
permits the friends to point out and reprove
muiuai lauiis, is as oeuencent as It is rare.
Itut there are few friendships nnn enough
to stand the process.
We find the folloningconcerning Colone
W. J. White, in the Ohl State Journal,
Colonel W. J. White has. after holding
the position for thirteen years, resigned the
supeniitcndency of the Springfield public
schools, in order to accept the managership
of a North Carolina lumber company. The
step was a complete surprise to the people
of Springfield. Colonel White had the
qualities of a practical educator In an emi
nent degree, and under his admin
istration rust, foeyisui, cast-iron
methods and and extravagant and use
less expenditures were practically un
known. But the isession of the very
qualities that made him pre-eminently a
business man and not a mere routine ped
agogue. and which secured him so great a
measure of success rendered the life of a
schoolman irksome to him at last, and he
his cut loose from it, perhaps forever. It is
a pity that men best fitted for positions of
this kind are the first to resign; but a man
xv ith high abilities as a school manager can
succeed in any occupation of life. State
School Commissioner Hrown. another man
of practical methods, is prominently spoken
of as Colonel White's successor.
The members of Minnesota Commandery
of Ihe Loyal legion gathered in force (as
w e learn from the St Paul Olobc, of Fel
ruary 3d) to listen to an address on "The
Battle of Mine Kun," by General Ed. C.
Mason, a native of this city. We quote
from the Ghilx, as follows:
'1 he literary pirt of the evening's enter
tainment coisjsttd of a paper by Genen 1
K. C. Maxm. of Fort Mielling, on the bat-
tie of Mine Hun, an episode in the Wildei-
lie-s campaign. A large map of the region
between Washington and Kicliiiioutl was
used to point out the lines of march. The
paper was a scholarly criticism o the plans
and working ot the v nuerness campaign,
recounting the great difficulties with which
the Union army had to contend, and delat
ing minutely the movementof the speaker's
own command previous to and during tie
e igagement at Mine Kun.
General Mason has in an eminent degree,
the jiower of making descriptions so realis
tic that the scene he ta'ss of is presented
like a picture to the mind, and the deeply
interested listeners seemed, for the time.
again on bloody fie'ds in the old war day s.
factors. The United btates has a plain
right to put on tariffs tint are prohibitory, i
if her government finds that it would lie
necessary to do so in onier to protect the
interests of our people. The government I
of Great Britain kept a high tariff on wheat
until her starving working-people arose in '
their might and demanded and enforced the
repeal of the com laws. It wasn't a change
of sentiment on the principle involved nor
was It the consideration of questions of
right and wrong but of the actual needs of
the people that made of Great Britain a
free trade country. Were the clrcum-l
stances similxr here we should adopt free I
trade for the protection ot our people but
they are not.
We export grain, pork, machinery
cotton and woolen fabrics, car
pels, and a thousand and one
products ; and, as a mitter of course this
being the fact we can supply our own
needs, and therefore need not suffer if im
portation w ere entire! shut off. We could
easily in case of a foreign war that should
close our ports find something hot to
drink instead of tia and coffee, and sub-ist
entirely on our own agricultural and nunii-
laciureu prouucis. vv e can. mereiore an- j
just taxes on imports to suit our own con-1
venience and in such a manner as to pro
mote our ovv n Interests. That is precisely 1
what Great Britain and all other gov ern
ments do and hav c a right to do. If tariffs
promote their interests they have tariffs '
but if not. they have free trade. Therefore ,
republicans aume to protect the American
farmer and the Ainericau manufacturer
against a destructive and oppres
sive competition from abroad,
and when we protect the American
manufacturer and the American farmer we
protect the men employed in their work
shops or on their broad acres, for they are
given an opportunity of e-iming their sub
sistence; and by the application of this
general sj stem of protection the industm!
prosperity of the country is greatly pro
Some articles can be brought here from
Ejroie and sold at lower prices than those
we pay here although w e might be cheated
in quality if we bought thm. But they are
sent here because they are produced by
means of paujier labor and republicans
are determined that the competition grow
in? out of pauper labor In Europe shall not
introduce a pauper labor sjsiem here.
Furthermore, republicans are opposed to
the direct importation of pauiers from
Europe. America is a world In Itself. Its
broad acres, from the extreme south to the
frozen north and from the Atlantic to the
Pacihc coast produce the cereals and fruits
of temperate and tropic climes and we
hav e as our products almost ev ery ariity
of the products of the world; and we man
ufacture everything that eople can put on
their persons and in their houses. We are
in a isition. therefore, to protect ourselves
-our manufacturers and our vvorkincnien,
and the principles and jKilicy of the repub
lican party aie pledged to this The
republican party, therefore, represents
really and truly the industrial interests t f
the country- and it, as a result of this, has
earned the support of the workingmen of
go rtut x ok rim i h er.
There is but one opinion among repub
licans as to the propnetj or jolicy of re
nominating Governor Foraker. The onlv
thing which complicates the situation Is the
upposition on the part of some tUat the
governor has come to a determination that
he would not accept a renonilnitmn if it
were tendered him. He has made no utter
ance to that effect and we are sure that it
the republicans of Ohio should decide that
lie ought to be a candidate for a second
term and that lie would lie Ihe most availa
ble and useful man as a leader and standard
bearer in the coming campaign, he would
yield to their expressed wishes. We believe
that it is the opinion of the great
mass of republicans in Ohio that
the Governor should hold his position two
years longer, and accept the leadership in
the coming campaign. Much interest is
also manifested m other states A leading
Pennsylvania politician, in a private letter
to the editor of the Ki.pl huc. sends us his
personal protest against the declination of
the Governor to be a candidate and to serve
a second term. He says: "True, Ohio
should be ashamed ot the paltrv salary she
pays her executive, for it frequently occurs
that the men who from necessity are
obliged to make sacrifices in the Interest of
the party and country are the least able to
afford it, from a financial standjmint: while
men who have only money content th-in-selves
with U'ingit when it will advance
their own selnsh purposes."
If the republicans of O'no have anv wish
in this matter, they should express it,
F. It Gessner, of the Cincinnati Tnnex-
ilir, quotes the following from a recint
conversation with Governor Foraker:
I cannot but recognize the fact that the
part has been kind to me. 1 have bein
through tvvocamp-iigns. 1 have been highly
honored. I do not w Mi to rcllect uih.ii such
Kinuness 0 saying that I wou d n fuse to
be a candidate again even if nominated.
Tl at would make me out ungrateful. Nor
do 1 ay that I would decline if I thought
the best interests of ni p irt and the ieo
ple demanded that 1 should make i third
canvass. It cannot be said that I am afraid
to stand on m record. But the truth is I
would like at my age to make a more ade-
uncertain disposition Milps never touched
there when they could avoid it Alnnit
lift" years before a colony of English sail
ors, who had mutinied nnd killed their
captain, attempted to live there, but aftir
n desultory warfare of several years the
natives had killed them out
"They mav kill us," remarked Dalton
cheerfully, ' but then we would have leen
drowned if we hadn't been thrown up
litre Besides, w e have a chnnce Doubt
j less the svages learned something of our
language from their old enemies, the mu
tinecrs They nia have lieco'jvp a more
peaceable race At the worst they will
probably hold ns as prisoners and some
ila signal n passing ship and demand a
ransom for us "
How much longer the captain would
have talked in this strain it is impossible
to conjecture, but at this point one of the
men suddenly leaped to his feet.
"Ouch1" he exclaimed, as he executed a
war dance on the sand.
"What did yon remark'" inquired Dal
ton with n stern look at the offender
"Ouch!" repeated the man, as he rubbed
ee here. Barlow," said the captain,"!
hope y ou are not crazy We'll hav e to tie
you if you are. What is the matter with
"The rooster!" mumbled Barlow
We all looked pityingly at the fellow.
Undoubtedly his shipwreck liad turned his
"I xvas listening to the captain," ex-
plained Barlow, "when a sharp weapon
like a spear was mrusi mio my iiean, ana
when I jumped up and turned around I
saw a big rooster six feet high hopping
over the ledge of rock yonder. If you
don't believe me, where did this blood
We drew him np to the fire His head
was bloody and there was a deep wound
in it, apparently made by a pointed instru
ment. But the wilil story about the
Shaking our heads incredulously we
laid Barlow down and advised him to re
main as quiet as possible.
Had n savage assailant slipped up and
attacked our companion from the rear
We could think of no other explanation
Daylight enabled us to obtain a letter
Idea of our situation. Our wounded man
was severely hurt, but fortunately he w.is
not disabled Back of the beach the
ground rose in precipitate and rocky
sloiies, thickly wooded in places with trees
and shrubs unlike any that we' had ev er
seen. The Imp had gone to pieces In the
night, and the shore was covered with
fragments of wreckage. The first thing
to do was to recover what we could, and
we went to work with n will. In the
course of a couple of hours w e picked up
and fished from the water quite a lot of
miscellaneous stores vhen we exam
ined our plunder we found several lirrels
of sea biscuits, boxes of canned goods and
other provisions, a cask of brandy , a tool
chest, xanous articles of clothing and
some ammunition This last we were
x ery glad to see, as three of us had our
pistols xvith us
In the rock slope hack of ns there was
a small cave, well sheltered and quite dry.
Into this nook we rolled our stores to pro
tect them from the weather. By this
time two 3f the men who had lieen out
scouting returned w lth their report
According to our scouts the island was
a wonderland. There were mountains in
numerable, fertile nlles, lakes, springs,
and an abundance of xegetation. Game
of all kinds vv as to lie sevn, but no sav
uges If the island vv as inhabited the men
were confident that the people lived on
the other side of a range of mountains u
few miles distant from our cav on the
What we heard made us very thought
ful No more scouts were sent out that
da, ami we put in our time building a
breastwork of large rocks in front of the
cave We also tilled a cask with spring
water and rolled it in to keep for an einer
genc. Our defensive preparations did
not amount to much, but we wanted to
make something of a tight if an enemy
came uiNin ns.
Each man made a resolution to sleep
that night with one ee wide open, and u
sentinel was posteel just inside the brcast
xvork, with instructions to fire off his pis
tol if anything suspicious occurred. Just
what happened to me was the experience
of nil A dull drowsiness set tied over me.
M, head seemed ready to burst, nnd yet I
could not move. Finally my senses were
steepen in complete oblivion.
When the mornmg sun streamed in
nin us, and I opened my eyes, I found
myself bound hand and foot. My- com
panions were all In the same fix. Our
sentinel I o.uld not ute, and therefore I
could not t.l whether he was n prisoner
or not. The ca e nnd the space inside our
little fortress seemed a moving mass of
savages Ihey were hideous looking
v. .etches, almost as black as Africans
The were armed with spears and clubs
Some of them wore fragments of European
garments, probably picked up from the
occasional wrecks on that dangerous
coast Thev were all jablienug to each
other, and too busy ov erhauling our stores
to pa the slightest attention to us
"How did it happen5" I whispered to
Dillon, xv ho was stretched by my side.
"I taunot tell," fce answered. "I feel
stringclv Tlie-se devils must have stupe
fied us in some way. Otherwise they
could not have lrapied us all without
waMng us '
They sniffed at the brands cask and
smacked their lips The rummaged our
pockets and took awn our pistols and
At 1 ist the crovv d vv ithdrew and held a
povv mow on the lieach Their headman
talked to them and flu ill) several stout
men returned to us and carried four of
our p irt) off
"Bad sign ' muttered Dilton, "that
means tint vv e nri lo lie killed, or that the
others will 1h I inii't tell which "
Just then the In id man came up to us
Slapping his breast he said.
".Me Kylsln .Me king. You live
wid me '
!-eeing that he spoke English so well,
wenskisl alioi.t our fellow prisoners
His replv horrified us Ah well as we
could until ntiud it our companions had
been taken oil to lie sacrificed A volcano
I ill the evnttr of Ihe island had been rum
j tiling nnd he Idling out lire and smoke at
I intervals for some time past, and his
niajestv King ICylxdn, hid decided to
ninke terms with the angr) spirit in the
I lmw els of the earth by latching a few
white nun into the crater He paid no
heed to our protests, and as vve never sivv
the four nun agin, there is little doubt
thit the met Ihe terrible doom marked
out for them His majesty seemed to lie
surpried that we took it so hard He
patted us on our heads, ami said
"King Kxbeli no hurt ou You safe
Yo.i live wid in? "
T tils somevv hat relieved us If our lives
were to lie spai-isl there was still hope.
Tho next dii his majest set us to work
We found tint our lives had been spared
liecnuse King Klela wnnttsl some bod to
guard and take care of the sacred roosters
of Vangho Ix
"Hanged if tins can be real'" said Dal
ton to me. "Am I a UmnOc Am I dream
lug" It is nonsense to sj that such things
It was all luinfull real to me We had
been tarried over the mountains to the
quiet valle where his majesty Kybela
lived in a bamlxxi shantv. surrounded by
similar ediih.es We h id been freed from
our lionds.and n tlorcn nntiicsnnned with
sjioars had Introduced us to the mcrvd
roosters and explained our duties.
There were seven rotr-tirs, and the rno
ment we savv them we thought of poor
Barlow and knew that he had told us the
truth These remarkable birds were six
feet high Thev vv ere built on the shanghai
tinier and were ftrocious and repulsive in
npiienratue Their eyes resembled lialls of
red lire Thtir bills were fully two feet
long ind lltir spurs were nlxitit nine
inches Then ftnthtrs although oiled
ever dav wire rough and shaggy, nnd
their w mgs were too close v chpixsl to look
well The i liistii'arlcgstif these creatures
legs mnrlx ns large as a man s showed
that the were jxis-cs-ed of enormous
stiength and endurance.
Our guirds told ns that the sacred
roosters hied forever, when thev were
properly tared for When one died it wns
the custom of King Kjlx-hi to order the
ket im.'1-s to lie killed, and there hud been
of late such an linpre cede nted uiortalit
among lnith roosters and keepers that
his nuijcst had lieen un iblc to liud mem
liers of his trilie who would accept this
important trust Matters had approached
an opcu revolt when our capture oc
curred "We must do our dut bv the sacred
roosters of Vangho IjO," said Dalton
"Itemember that while the live we are
Knowing how much depended upon it,
vve immctli ited set to work to make
ourselves solid with the roosters. Wo
were separated from them b a banilmo
picket fence, nnd w e re in no danger, ex
ec pt once da w hen v e w ent into the
inclosure to oil their feathers At such
times one ot us would do the oiling with
u long mop, while the other stood off
with n gong winch he Ix it furiously when
one of the birds showed a disposition to
make n charge
In the course of a few days we got
things redticesl to n system One of the
roosters entangled n spur in my garments
ami dragged me around the ?rtl one
morning, and another snatched off Dal
ton's cip .ind swallowed it, but with the
exception of the-se trifling accidents ever)
thing moved nlong serenel
The horrible novelty of our position
seon.ed lo worry Dilton. Every night he
would talk iilxiut it
"It is nwful," he said "These roosters
are bid enough Who would have be
lieved tint such monsters existed And
then everything else is on such a distorted
scale Tne clouds here get tangled up in
a fellow 's hair and w hiskers The sun is
always shining through a reel haze. Some
of the trees are canmb.ilL-.tic. If a man
goes to sleep under one the branches droop
down nu 1 close on him and drain his life
blood Nearly nil the vegetables grow
without anv roots They are pulpy balls
rolling on the ground, w ithout any stem
or stalk, o- au tiling ow, you maybe
able lo stand this sort of thing, but it is
driving me crazy "
I felt as badly about it as any one could,
but still I counseled patience.
to tne utmost ana ran like lightning There
were no signs of pursuit, ant! the cries of
our enemies hid died away
Still bounding onward, oat of breath
and with bleeding fctt.we literally tlew
When we threw our-elves, panting, on
the sand by the lxi.it which was just about
putting out for the ship, vve were too ex
hausted to speak The exclUsl sailors in
stantly divined that we were pursued b
foes, and dragging us in the) bent to their
oars and did not let up until they had
helped us to the deck of th: vessel.
It was an American meith mt ship car
r) ing one gun hen the ta Haiti heard a
little of our stor) he ixViited tho cannon at
the island and llrcd n blank charge that
waked the echoes among the mountains i
"Vangho Ixj is no place for us, 'he said,
and with that the craft weighed anchor
und glided out into the broad blue ocean
I hope the satnd roosters of Vangho Lo
nre still alive and llounshing Theysaxed
ni) life, and I am not likely to forget it
Wallace P Keed ill Atlanta Constitution
Mlirdertfrs on lli SruflTolil. j
I v as on duty In the j ul for six years,
and during that time nittn great many
criminals and murderers the litter were
nlwa)s a pleasant stud) tome, particu
larly the negroes The) are all alike.
Until n decision of the cae in the trial
court there is no cjiange m their manners
or morals, but when tev nre once con
vlctesl the) Ixs-ome mti nely superstitious
and deepl) religious It does not matter
whether the) get anew trial or the case ,
goes to n higher court, or what happens,
once convicted they are changed The)
devote all their time to a stud) of the
Bible, and stop cursing and Using profane i
or xulgar languige, nnd if you use it in
their presence they will correct you, nnd i
sny that you ought not to do it The)
are easily worked on b priests, and be
come so imbued with the doctrine of the
mere) nnd forgive t"s of Christ th it they '
do not lc u d th with ftar In
f.ict, I bein ve t i.,t bv the day of extcu
tion thev want to the The) firmly lie
lieve th it just as soon ns the breath haes '
their luxlies the) will gont once to an
eternallife, far happier than the one they
nre leaving, nnd the sootier they die the
sixiner thtv xvill tnjoy tin pleasures of
heiviu This is the reason they walk so
flrmlv to the scaffold, and not Ix'cuise
the) nre given liquor I'd like to see nil) i
man made so drunk tint he would give
up life as they do, unless he was toodrunk I
to walk Coroner s CItrk m Glo!x-Demo
Thf IC stalirnlit Itlltlftesi.
One of the most inten sting features of
the restaurant busim-s in the wax fashion
runs among fitslt rs If any thing is going
slovvlv, nil that isnect"-. irx to m ike a run
on it is for the waittrs to call out orders,
real or iningmarv, for it If they can
create the impression tint it is popular
ever) one wants to taste- it, and a gi inline
ran soon sure ceils a llttitioiis on It Is
just the same with bringing things well to
Ihe front nnd letting people stv tin m By
this nienns cakes, he creams and water
melons have nil hid boonts Bv even
printing u sp, ialtv across a bill of fire a
special demand can lx cieated right awn)
The grcit nnxntv among down town res
tiurnnt keepers is the growing pn fere lire
for da board Kun month theiiumlxr
mtreisesof those who eat bre ikfnst nnd
supper nt home or where they Ixxinl, and
go without any thin.:, except iierlmps a
"free lunch," during the dav t Iims
Di3Hgui:hed Laius Who Use It.
It hi th ttt br-it irmiiVm I 1t tw Wwl
ftntl for Utw f ntarv 1 o.4 DO otbrf.
&Udaa. A deli rut, Fattl.
Utr Tit Jm1.1i Scad rmswJlsUir,
hv tr nit sumrr (!v Asvd f j r Ltrii
lnn-' y orxU of Mxlam 1 !U 1 tmnciu
I f n ! ft f r qrsprt-if to th on 1 (cacrmJj brinf
evrr I rotn I fk.
Clara LculM Kellotz.
Il r1" m Ivanurv td U my bum f tfi Ht
f in sth hav Birr!)? rerun mBlsl jtouc.
- LKjt t rt.R " and Wf tlrM U lauutcUM u
For th ban 1 arnm ami ti I flal It mfCTfnr to
Jessie. Victoria and Rosin Yoke
Js fi pUaaur to b11 wr WotimoolaJn f
in BvpeTHw utrni M ft m niu ior am lumpHiMi.
urt xl II iu nurt MUtiacuulU
1 our I Mi to Pa a t " Uuh -vUcnt fttmtV:.
I M4 U (Ihd b una ft utlUitUaD la IB( IU
ahaJI crrujtly recrmiatl tt to my UJy friend.
1 enoMmr It far titwriu ta mat article ml la kind
la Ba la th Cuustrx
I finj -oof "Litu 111. "tbui beataru
U 1 . vf
Mr P P BtfWti-3
rmn0PtlV &flfJ (.! A Mftl wtA tmm m
inKn tnjtritxis effU, fur wid. I hrtitUj "-
Iftava Mrr nvi j fwdiiUj. ruraoimnj h b all tar
f rtenxU and ta r-ubllti pwJlj-.
Ilt BMI t AiLl IA LrttTlHMtf lAfttBAVS.1
ltDCJ U C MRMtlt
TOY LvnfiftT'4nir tti ih..L.L. !.V I. . t..
I- --"'. fw i-iiHliH "lUHmi uktto m
THIS ROOFING is tho perfected form of portablo Roofing, manuftio
i im ed by ut for tho past tn enty-scven j ears, and is now in use upon roofs
, of Factories, Foundries, "Warehouses, Cotton Gins, Chemical Works, Rail
road Briclges, Cars, Steamboat Decks, eta, in all parts of the world,
j It is supplied ready for uso in rolls containing 200 square feet, and
weighs with Asbestos Roof Coatings to finish, only about 65 pounds to
100 squnro feet.
It is adapted for all climates) nnd can be readily applied by unskilled
workmen. Samples and Descnpttvo Price List free by maiL
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
OLfi KAKCf ACTUBXM OV
H. W. Johns' Asbestos Fire and Water Proof Sheathing, Building Fell, Steam Packings,
. Boilc Coverings, Liquid Paints, Roof Paints, Roof Cement, Firs Proof Paints, etc
87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
CHICAnn PMILAQFLPMIA. LONCOM.
C. R. JOHN & CO.
W HOLESALE AMI RETAIL DEALERS IX
I ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Hurd's Shaft and Emma Mine ; Jackson Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICE : Corner Mechanic and Washington Streets.
TELEPHONE NO. 254.
KM'Khs-s-I-r) nuE. 2 MrKf 75c bottles,
whlteur pink, for SI " To many points 1 bot
tle for TV Try your drtiKiiiit first Boxed
tecuri from observations -I'lum!.! iliu.
1 s. Mention thli paper
.,ua.c prmuicui lor uic-miure oi nij lauiil. Ullr conversation attracted the notice of
which H enroing uii I annum fortj jears the Ita(ler o( our ,, au,i he came up
old, and I would like to return to mj prac- I to us.
We infer, from what we see in the edito
rial columns of the Birmingham. Ala.,
Italic Age, a large eight paged paper, w ith
a prosperous look, (sent us bj Mr. J. C.
Brecht, who has just irone to Birmingham,
from Springfield), that free trade is getting I
A vote of thanks rewarded the gentleman's to be unpopular in some portions of the, Ti ,ame. ,&"& cate color and his right yas a gap show
effort. Iiimith " "' nialicious Mickeies snapped restlessly as stretching to the water.
"Ilowdj, white man," he said to Dal
ton, and then turning to me he repeated
"L'ntieus," I pleaded.
"Xo," replied the savage. He looked
nt us very earnestly and then shook his
The old rascal was short and fat, of a
well done ginger cake color, and his
One da v everj thing w as in commotion
in his majest j's shanty, and in the village
of bamboo huts around it The king
harangued his warriors and they beat
their gongs and brandished their spears
Ever novanl then they ran out to the
pen where we were guarding the sacred
"Something is up," suggested Dalton
1'inallj King Kjbela came to us and
laid tliat we must nt once march with our
birds under n strong escort to the temple
cf Kama, where we would bu stationed m
It was useless to object, and in an hour
ire were on our wn We hid to march
in single llle through a narrow iiath over
the mountains A guide let I the proces
sion Then I bended the roosttrs, and
Dalton brought up the rear followed by
about a do7eii able IhhIhiI natives armed
with Uulk Thu order was adopted lie
cause the birds li id become accustomed to
their keepers, and were tasilj controlled
bv us. 'I he nativ es did not dare to go near
At one place a gap m the mountains
gave Us a glimpse of the ea I looked
down and mv heart gavea great jump
.scarcelj three miles lielow in a little coie
I saw a vessel anchored close to the shor'
What was to lie done I signaled Dal
ton, and be glances! through tho gap und
understood the .situation We were being
transferred to another mint to prevent
our discover bj the strangers
During the next half mile I evchinged
a few words with Dalton, meaningless
words to the natives, but full of import to
ni friend He understood me.
We were m a narrow nathvvav on the
edge of a precipice, with a steep wall of
granite tout ring almve us on the other
bide Sudden Dilton turned the hind
most roaster about so in to face the posse
of sivages Then he darted forward tn
the head of the procession by my side, and
hurled the guide dovv n into the nbjss be
low. I lieat m usual signal on the gong,
nnd allot the sacred roosters turned to the
When the savagis saw these feathered
monsters bearing down upon them thev
give utterance to siirieks oi rage and ter
ror Dalton and I paused a moment and
looked Kick The foremost rooster darted
upon the lendi r of the n itives, and at one
fell swoop tlrove his long sharp beak
through one of the man's ees and into his
"Itunfont'' cried Dalton.
We made a break forward and ran for
our lives We knew that the roosters
would never turn in their tracks without
our signal on the gong 1 hey would dis
pute that nirrow pathwaj with our pur
suers until extermination befell one or the
other side We knew, too, that the natives
held these great birds in ae and would
fly before them like frightened sheep
On and on m friend and I sped down
the jagged path Would it never end?
Would wo never reach a defile leading to
Eureka! At last we saw it. On our
right was a gap showing a gentle slope
Mime blone tells iniimt lbl the siorv f
the Yankee janitor in a ew England liall
where n concert compani wa.s about to
sing. Some oneasktsl him if the hill was
good for sound "Will, ' said he, through
Ids nose, as he looked et the stucco walls
and celling, "they do mv that this here
staccato work is powerful pxxl fur trans
mlttin' sound." Dttroit Free 1'rcss
SIx-D-tv" Call I irenses.
Aboi.t 1,000 of the cabmen of London
take out "six dav licenses" th it is, they
do not go out with their t.Jis on Sundajs
They pay a reducul rate for the licence
and have a weekly rest oh Sunday. Chi
.WHY IS IT
rheumatism an 1 neuralgia ?r s.
ilciit ' Tins ipieslioii has not Itci
(si i tonly ans-veresl, I ut it is teri.ui
t lliee diseases are nut onlv the n e
if it but among the most common, ,n
le in-mbcr of nearlv- everv fumlv inilie
1 1 is the victim of one of these dixm
r iienlors Ladies seem to lie ieeiiliail
t le to neuralgic attacks, wlikli, in tl
u of neuralgic headache, pain in t It
k, or nervous pains are of constant
reuce Not until the discover ofAllil
iros had anv remedy been foi.nd lo
tier rheumatism, neuralgia or nervoi
t lache, and they were generalK con
led to be incurable, but Atlilophorn
i been proves! to be not only a ctrfan.
re for these diseases, in all their varieo
-nu, but a tajt remedy. If, in the i.s
Atliloplinros, the bowels are keptrif
ten, its success is CTun, and to aid tins
uhlophoros Pills are recommended
'lich, while providing the neet-s-ai;
.tlnrtic, will lie found to be a valuable
1 to the action of the medicine. Athli
linros is no experiment, it has lieen tiMet
1 1 has proved its wonderful efficacv.
The Athlophoros I'll Is were original!
repared as a remely for use in connectii :
ilh Athlophoros, for rheumatism anc'
icurilgia and kindred complaints. l"ec
u connection with that remedy, thev are
i certain cure for either of these ver com
mm and distressing diseases They have
Iso been found to bean invaluable renush
r -my and all diseases arising from v iti itci
lirtd or general debility, lliej are e
eciallv valuable for nervous debilitv.blom
imsoning, dyspepsia, distress after eatiiiL
leadache, constipation, loss of appttite
ind all stomach or liver troubles F i
bsea.es of women thev are invalujh't
These pills are perfectly harmless and nn
lesafelv used by adults or children.
Testimonials of those who have bee
ureil will lie sent free on application
Everv druggist should keep Athlophoro
ind Athlophoros l'ill, but where thtv cai
lot lie liought of the druggist, the Athb
phoros Co., 11 'J Wall St, Xew York, wi
end either i carriage paid i on receipt i
-egular price, which is $1.00 cr boil!
or Athlophoros and 50c. for I'ilts.
About twenty yean &go I dlscorered a Utile
orr on mj cheek, and the doctors pronounced
It cancer. I hare tried a cumber of physician,
but w lthoat reciTing any permanent benefit.
Among the number we re one or two ipecUUMi.
The medicine they applied was Hfce Are to the
sore, causing Intense pain. I law a statement
In the papers telling what S. S. S. had done for
others e'milarly aSllcted. X procured some at
once. IVfore I had ued the second bottle the
neighbor? could notice that my cancer was
heallngjQp. My general health had been bad
for two or threo years X had a hacking cough
and spit blood continually. X had a severe
pain In my breast. Afur taking slxbottleaof
S.S.S. my cough left me and I grew stouter
than I had been for serrrat year. My cancer
has healed ovrr all but n little spot a boat the
sire of a half dime, and It Is rapidly disappear
lr 1 w ould ad'lc every one wlfti cancer to
give . b. S. a fair trial.
Mas. J.ANCY J. McCON VUOHET,
Ashe Grove, Tlj ptfianou Co , Ind.
Swl't's peel1e I entirely vegetable, and
seems to cure cane rs by forcJnt; out the Impu
rities from the blood. TreatL-e on XUood and
Skin Disease mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
DltAWFK 3, ATI. INTA, GA.
WILLIS & SON,
Jt-'-Li U JVLJS!J,fc3,
; GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
!PUMPS SEWER PIPE,
RUBBER HOSE, SEAM FITTERS' SUPPLIES, &c.
! 3STO. 28 t?OXJTI3: LIMESTONE JT
Tnret Yiars off Arctic Service.
By X. W. GREELT, XJ.mt. V. S. Army.
Cam'( Ladjr rrmaklla Ba Klpadltlaa af laI-4.
TWO Voll , Royal Sro. wtOk Stttl Portrait, over 100 lUutrattomt aaa1
y tit Ofaai MttfamdCharU. Sold only by Subtcriptioi.
-Bwatifal and rUWT fflltd nltmm."- OmckmaH Coml Oomm.
PtoraMly OlaMntal, alwaada with limlr na-anitlani,- Ckiomtt
" Th. mat tmKtaat wark pmMlakaa aa Antia aOaM.'-Wnlia
AwanmadaaaJwilaanak.1' K. r.A.
laUnatiaf frota earn to mm." If, T. BtrM.
" TslamM la mrj way aiMataXmy aa4 aaiUto.'-jr. T. To.
tia norr ar Arena an
"athoa. Hartford Pott.
It Is aavai, nlaa at
A apaclal Aa-t Waataal la JEroy Cttv mm Taws.
"-. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS,
la1CIlwt,acT Mn 4wytwT m.
SPRAINS AND BRUISES.
rocilil not Walk.
Mr tlurlei Jocph. lin Lancton t
an t nineise-a, Cal . s ij s I . rani ,n.
anklesobadljrle-ouMnot xmk ami trie!
almost eerrthiiie kimwn mlliuut rel cf,
when ore clay a friend adlKesl me (o us
st Jacobs Oil Idid soand assie-lilr
and wonderfully cures! "
Jammed llelwern Can.
' Both lees v, ere op"e causlit In bet ecu
ears. seerel5 brulslnethem says Mr II
Johnson, of the IM-trclt, Midi Immi
Co, "and my injuriiswere rtll.s l,
Ihe use of M Jacobs oil riiis remeI
also cured me of a si rainexi ankle "
Could Scarcelj More.
H0HT0PA7HIC VZTS2n;A37 SPECIHCS
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Dogs, Hogs, Poultry.
rs,ED nv v. sTgovnt.
rk-rt Billen, tmi BmI s Ft.
(TZTS-l rrrt: Contetlon. Inflaniinatlou.
. Plnal Mrnliialll.. Milk trier.
" !. trains. Lameness. ItlieumatUui.
' J . IMslemper. a.l Uiwfaaraea.
IJ. I lku or Grubs. orm.
K.K. 4 onahs. Ileatrs, I'neumonla.
;- "He or l.rlpr. llelh.che.
; " Mlsrarrlair. Ilemorraara.
II. II. 1 rinary and Kldury Ulseasea.
I. KrupllTelllsea.es. Maace.
J. H.-lllM-ase or llite.llon.
Trice. BotUxorrrM doses). . . .73
Stable Case. with Mannal. (MO pares wilh
llazl OU and Mftjicatur. ana
Sent Free on Receipt of Price.
Humphreys' Med. Co , 109 fulten St.. H. Y.
HOMEOPATHIC f f
SPECIFIC No GO
In EM "l ar Ti n.1. -- t
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
na 1 rtx-tration from oTpr work or othr cas
f I pr tuU or fi nl sni Ur-e ti1 powder, for J
ou r WRE-GGlsTa. orde-ot jxxtpiiJor, iceipt of
PTIC9 UmmfLnjt,' Ur4Hmim.t 1U9 ItU SU, 1. f.
HANDSOME WEDDING, BIRfHDAf OR HULiDAT PRESENT. -
THE WONDERFUL J B
Combining a Parlor, Library. Bmoktna;. Reclining or IhtoIM
IHAIK, lAIC.IUtS, UI.U, or OICH.
Thrice iky nn Avs md eump i -HrppED t au
J. I fttJ pi.Jr for CtaJoiii. I part, of tlM worM,
All Amnshed with the Automalle Cnm Rnk. .r. d.uj
at onr n'BoIeaal Prtcoa. i-.d slamn for Catalogue and rantinn rrmm
THE LUBURC MANF'CCO., I4Q N. 8th St., Philada., Pa.
Boomi 56. Mlteaell Block.
S E-Cor. Mala and Market SU.
rrr h. smith,
I b matched U3. ills attire consisted of a ' Throa mn. vt .Wa nrrred oureSres
Mr Wm II Corle. Chief ol lire be.
rartment, says: 1 j, sP.erely iniuresl
y a falling wall; could (areel) moic
Hy Usinff st Jacobs Oil, my lameness dls
apjieared an 1 1 was cured '
An Injured Hack Cured.
hansas city. Mo
Mr Frank II. Brooks, n man i;er of
Itivt, writes- "I ftesipcl to Insert my
latch key, when mr foot -IijiihsJ from
unler me nnd I tell, striVInc the small
of my back across an iron railinir I was
painfully injured and m) back was swol
Ienandeli-ioiored; I ued st .IniobsOil
several times and waspromptlycuresl "
Crushed Under a lliillillnj-.
,.. 131J .seventh sf Iiulsvillc Kr
while belpinr to remolea frame build
Init of the City Ilailway Co , it fell on r
on me, pressing me to the ground and
pralnlne my back I was carried home
ont stretcher, and the doctors attended
mo two weeks, when mywifo persuaded
me to use M Jacobs Oil, and the tain
was soon rone entirely
JASPER BROW ER.
THE CnAM.ES A.VOUlLtn CO, Baltimore, Sid.
IATES AND POISON.
25 YEARS IN USE.
tl Greatest M'dical Trinraph of the Aftl
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID L! VER.
Loae olcppeilte. nmrela coatlTe, fata la
lbs hea(,wllb doll aenaatlon la taa
aack MUi l'ain under the aboalder.
i-Iadc, Inllueia after catlor, with adl
Inclination to exertion of body ar mind.
Irrliabllltrof temper. Lo trap! rite, irltk
a feelins of hnvtnc neglected eomedrty,
IVearJneae, Ulrzlneii, Flulterlncat the
Heart, Uota before the eyea. Headache
arer tue lljht rye, Beatleaineaa. with
itful drenrns. Illahlr colored Urine, mad
'HUT'S FILLS ore esrieciallT adanted
lo tncli rases, one doao efrccts such a
change of feelingas to astoniati the sufferer.
DlXL.AKI.V-it necessary to make a public
improvement by rurehashiL- a suitable
site and erecting thereon a market house.con-
itinicKcuyomces. puoiic library rooms and
sucn oiner omce rooms as council may
Kesolied.by the CityCiunnilo( the City of
.-iTiuKiiem.e'iu.) inat it is necessary and
that It intends to msKe s public Improvement
by purchasinc a suitable site and erecting
mcirwii iuaikci nouse cuniatniuKCliyotllces.
public library rooms .ind such other office
rooms as council may direct.
The site to be so purchased Is situate In the
block bounded by Market Space. Illch. Center
anu nasnincion streets in sain city, and Is
bounded and described as I, Hows On the
east by the west line of Market space: on the
north by a line parallel to and elithty-Iour and
a ball feet south of the south line of Ilieli
street, on the west by the east line of Center
street, and on the south br aline narniiei tn
and one hundred and fifty feet south of the IT o-LMlBOCKEB, 55 and 57 Arcade. Print;
norm boundary Hue abore described. "..er. KrurraTcr and Fashionable Stationer.
-iu MistRr, uousr lo ws erececu on me cen
ter of said site and to eitend from .Market
space to Center street, and to hive twostreets
cxtendinc from .Mirket space to Center
street, one on the north and one on the south
of said market house, as a means ot access
thereto ind for market space purposes
ineciiyiierK isnereuy uireeted to puousn
this resolution lortwo consecutive weeks In
i newspaper published and of genera: circula
tlnn In the corporation
Passed by Council Febru iry 1. IsST
tt s TllinUs. President.
Attest J. S. ailEWALTEK. City Clerk.
Weddlnngoodi and calling cards a specialty.
A. GROSS as CO, ITNDKKTAKIBS.
Office anil Waistrfuim AR W V.I. .
Residence 192 W. Hlih st.
They Increase the Appetite, and cajm Uia
' to Tultfj. An leaihathn th. TCtm la
notirlalied.anil ytheirTolllc Action oa
TUT T'S EXTRACT SARSAPAHILU
lnoatoi the ly, XQAkes healUiy lteah.
strenetlieos the wwtk, repairs tho wa4t of
ihe Ej-stem with pure blood And hard muscle;
tones tho D-rrous STstm, inrlgorates the
brain, and nparts the vigor of manhood.
I . bo! i br dnuorfsts
sO.'FtrK 44 fflurrarlte. NewToHU
JL Kedoeeor larreaar the flesh by m harsa.
lei treataaeat. 3.S POUNDS Sw
I't-aKIXIE aad CIIROMr HCAK.
MMI-S .fKOHAX m aprelalty. "Worn.
a haoss. best." 1 ear. all MKIX
DIHEASE8 fraas a Plasplp t. Erina.
Caanrt reamaklr. Mj "AMAZOMAJ
tCRVE FOOD (fsspssrlaJlr prepresl rM
Ladle.) I. the QalekMt, Sarrt aad . Bsl
teasesSj. for XEEVOlH IICBIUTT .
EXIT..!. -rEAKESII la the WMU.
itatlrilsetlaa laarulrnl. ftpeelal atteatlo.
Ivea to Ilrautirjrtaa- aad Bleaehlar lbs
Health ! Hratty Brwt rdilUtt thca
Art. A. Tlslt will cost j-om nuthlncandnmy
swve your life. ITou are wclronM froai XO
V. ( to -4 p. Hi.
WILCOX MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
MKS. BE. CKETCIIEK, M...(e"r,
11 . ti..uuiui or ., (Up a.np.)
x,. , . S W.WMhlnrton .treat.
Model! earentUy made and patterns proper!"
(rated in all meuls.
i cuatiaoriHii.uBiairrTjksoi'i boos:
170 West Columbia, street,
lenenlBook Binders and Blank Book Mann.
J. LEUTV'S SONS
FREJE FROM OPIATES AJiD POISON.
at ntHim ajro plum
(ULOX V I
A new I1oue ei ery Is days In the last 8 years. Oaf
village, only SI uioull old, has 5 stores, 2 hotels
z churches, school, newspaper, factory, fountlry, 4
stinbosis,z trains and z mails daUr. Lana rspidly
adTsncins- knJ- 6(.dJ- KnJ by ,J niraau, send
forclrcBlsrswith 4 maps. 36 1 tiotosTaphK. c&u ot
houses all about the wonderful Krowth of our col
ony.its soil cliiaate,markeu,baBlaess opportanltlet.
hrsah.priO'S lerais. an 1 Mother distinct sjhj-cta.
Farms for 19V on monthly Installments to those
having empliisp,.rt without leaving Ibelr situation
Address J. F. AAftl'L.MA.CIaremoiit.Sarry Co..
ben 1 33 cts. ftir our ounce box of w sale Emhruld-
ery Mlk. would esstt st In skeins. WnotasatK PalcS
Iaal s st nt only when ar plication Is accompanied by
SSgQwtAX'A n-i aV
tlic ti ui t
reir.Lr n h t
atnv t uitcMl uut.
Ch -n str tr r
ibe fuU tlj JW t
anw ih eilnfMt,
A.1. S ITif
aJkklSr l .
NOW-TMETIME TO SPECULATE.
ACTIVE fluctuations In the market offer op
portunities to speculators tomake monn in
uraln, stocks, bonds and petroleum. Prompt
personal aiiention Kiven to orders received hy
wire or mall Correspondence solicited Knll
Information about the markets In oar book.
which will be torn arded tree on application.
H. D. KTX.E. B.aker aad Bi-okar.
88 Broad and U New Streets, New York CI tl
Clt IX. MECHANICAL. AND MININU EN.
nie Institute, Troy, V. . The oldest enKl
neerlnK school In -Vmetlca. Next term beitlns
September 15th. The Register for lSw contains
a list of the graduates tor the past 61 years,
with their positions; also course ot study, re
quirements, expenses, etc. Candidates from
a distance, or those Urine In distant states, by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as they may be attendlnc, may
determine the question of ad nisslon without
vIsltluitTroy. For reclster and full Informa
tion address Davip U. Qitu, Director.
Palace Meat Market
Handsomest and btMt enuippt?.. Pally Meat
Mtrhet In the state Hest Beef. Mutton. eal
Uiinb and i?alt eats to be had auywhere.
Custom once gained always retained.
8 AND 10 SOUTH MARKET ST.
THE NIW OVPARTUfft DRVtlS
ft are made with patent doable actios rod and
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ubuntlil and handsome.
I Uted In the beit Bantis and
J Orcheitras. Un,oa.ed for
tone, inrxwsa alt otbera In
I finlsn aad appearance. If
I nearest Maslo dealer does
lc(X keen thm. write to oa
for niaatrated Catalogue.
iVON A HCALY. Chicago, til.
WANTED a gentleman ot energy, experience
and acquaintance, tn each county ot Ohio, as
Agent lor Apptecaie'. Electric Burglar
Alarm Mattinc. No capital but best of ref
erences required. Absolute control siren.
Unexcelled opportunity tobuild up a lucrative
tlectrlcal It nslnesa in connection. Corres
Cleveland Electric Matting; Co..
Room 1, National Bask Building.
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