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REPUBUO, MOSDAr ENTEISTSG. APRIL is 18S7.
Hair, Fire Brick and Clay.
A full stock always on hand.
GOAL AND ICE CO.
!: South Limestone St.
11. VOtiK?. Manager
KVEMXU AXI WEEKLY.
The Km ni.Ifprl.l. the ew Tori aad IT,..
ten Aiaoriated l're Ill.patrhr-aoJ the Keater
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5PR1MEFIELD PUBL15HIHS COMPAKY.
Publishers and Proprietors.
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eerrereiilnc except Sunday, and, la dellv-
.h.i ih. pt .if HV tier week. Single
TIIK WEKKLY RKPI'IILIC I, published
eten Thuraday. and Is one ol the most com
pletr family newspapera In the country :
eluht paKea. marketa , complete.. Repiete
with newt and tnlacellany. !1 Per year.'
InTarlabli caah In adranee.
All v..mmiinlr.tion4 and
hould be addressed to Chiton M. Nicrom.
oditor. and all nuilneaa lettera to Tmoii! i.
II ans.s. manager.
Talrphoo So. aSO.
HOM)r EVtXIIC. APRIL IB. IBB7.
Thursday of this week will Ih- the dav
to plant trees. It will lie ArNir lav.
The rain that has recently fallen has
been of just the rislit sort to help the
wheat and the
ileal ot triNnI.
crass, and it will do a ureal
the inter-tatc commerce law a chance."
We w lsli the
would cive somethinc. or somclaxl, or
any body, a chance to carry on business in
the rnited 5tate. It is a "no state com
merce" Law- now. to a irreat extent.
"Civil War in Kansas." ".lerlersoti Davis
on l.eliellion." aud "The Conventions of
.;," are the sub-topics of the May install
ment of Messrs. Vicolay and Hay's "Abra
ham Uneoln: A History." ' the (Vnfiiry.
Lincoln's prominent part in the formation
of tlieiepublk-an jarty is dwelt upon ami
extracts from his: speeciies at this time ate
civen. A moil i; the illustrations are iir
trait of Covemors Shannon. Ilobinson.
and tleary . of John Sherman. Millard Kill-
more, John c l-reuiont, ami otners.
Ucal ilemocraUs say that they have had
eunuch of the non-partisan business. They I
projKise to fly their own Hac. like men,
hereafter, and liiclit under it. The non-par-!
tisans aisn sav that thev don't want to .
indulge in any more afliliation with the
democrats. They assert that, like Miss I
Hetsey Vilge. of "Martin Cliuulewitt"
fame, they do not drink fair." The te-,
publicans will proceed, as a matter of ,
course, to light under their own ttatt I
which is a good one and has always floated
at the front and. as a matter of course, to
We hope our citiieiis will siibscrilie lilier
ally to the expense fund of the eneatnp
lnent, soon to come oil here. The Grand
Army lads are a noblebandof chaps, to whom
the countrj' and clvilUatton owe a debt that
can never lie fully paid, and they form a
most patriotic, public-spirited and whole
some element in commuuitv, and when
they ask for a couple of thousand dollars
to lie so exnenilc.. 'hat it will brinj ten
thousand dollars, or more, into the city and
inbi the jxickets of our hotel men anil
tradesmen, the oui;ht to lie met with oia-n-handed
liberality. Then, if they have to
epend money for decorations, to be used
at the encampment, they ought to give
local dealers the first chance. The iiinue
collected here should Is ependtsl here, in '
accordance with the principles ot local i
Kleveri of the jury ir. the Haddock mur-,
der case, at Sioux City, voted for the ac-
iiittal of the brewer, John Arenvlorl.
The foreman stated to the judge
that Mr. O'CVmnell, a farmer living near
the city, "stood out somewhat stubbornly j
against the majority." whereupon O'Connell i
arose and replied to this remark in a feeling i
manner. He said he did not wish to be
cousidensl a stttblairn man. but that he had I
taken an oath before God aud man to lion- i
tlydetennu.e the case as far as be was ,
coiKnied, and that he had endeav oreii to
regard that obligation. If he were to re
main in the jury-room a month he could
not and would net chance his opinion. Mr
O'Connell's eyes swelled with tears and his
voice trembled fiom emotion. No one who
heanl him could doubt the sincerity of his
motive. Judge Lewis thereuiam discharged
the jury from further consideration of the
The following is the teit ot a cable dis
jidch from lindou to the Associated
The Time-, as a proof of its assertiiou. at
the conclusion of its articles on "I'arhellisin
and Crime," that it had further documen
tary evidence, prints a lac simile of a letter
signed by Mr. l'aniell and siipisised to have
la-en addressed to Kcau to pacify his subor
dinate when l'aniell publicly denounced the
1'bo'iiix park murders. The letter tills one
side of an ordinary sheet of note jiajier.
a'ld is iu strange handwriting, "ours
very truly. Charles s. rarnell." in 1'ariieH's
w riling, is at the top of the other leaf.
The Titr suggests that the signature
was thus written so that it could lie torn
off if necessary. The letter, which is
dated .simply "IS, ."i. -i," without an ad
dress, is as follows- "lear Sir I am
not surprised at your friend Andrews, but
he aud you should know that to denounce
the murder was the only course open to u. .
To do that promptly was plainly our duty.
Itut you can tell him and all others con-!
ist-meil that though I regret the accident to
Lord Cavendish, 1 cannot refu-e to admit
that Ilurke got no more than his desert- j
You are at liberty to show him this and
others whom you can trust. Hut let not ,
my addres be known. He can write to
the house of commons."
The TJincn says: "Mr. 1'arneII cannot ex-
... A !. . Ta.savlA roi.iinintirkn a-af tliu luttur
Wujhave any weight with puhlic opinhm.
Ilpitmsthrimc inore.-wdid pioofs to annul
tlw efTect of the disclosure. x
Mi: HKITHI If Tf.lKK EMTIO, j
.Vlmut ten il.is as we Rav notice of tt e
trail." edition nf ttw ltH'i iii.h- ti W issued
on or about April :!. Tin- work lia- o far.
and o taorallj. progress) tint v- ran
now nv oVhnitrh the date, ami tin' juihlifa-tii-n
will ! made Thursdav of this week.
Tin- interviews with our business men.
re latum to the tia-taml Mi-sent condition of ,
tr..L .iii.l iiLuiuiok fur lit fiitlirt hail
; bei'n carefully preiareil and are the most
viiiprehensie ecr publislnst by any
newspaioi in this city. The edi
tion will iie a highly ciislitahle
lelhition ot the city in her relation to the
.ouiinercial world. Kxery department of
trade and commerce, niauulacturim;. b.uik
inir. railroadmi:. the retail trade, real estate
and the ccneral lirosm-ntj of oui cit). will
lie full set forth.
siiiee the lnt i-onception of the plan the
work has sii croui tixui it that we are
coiuiiellcd to inciease our space to accom
modate all departments to the extent they
We hae a very limited amount of space
left, and our business men cannot fail to
realize the value ot this mammoth edition
as an adscrtisiiu: medium. Those who
hae not contracted tor a display advertise
ment should do so at once, as u care rapidly
clo-inc up the columns.
I l l: si ItKKT It 1 11.11 II s-fl.T I'lllll
I llltitl ;; ;nt i.-s.
ii 1 1 iiiii-r 1 1: iw
The riiim street railwav has Ih-cii com-
' plctisl, and the cars run trmti the tate of
lVrnrlitl. on the north side ot I.ai;omla
creek, southward to .Main. pasenicers on
l'liini stnvt nveivim: transfer tickets to
the Mam street line. We believe that it is
1 the intention of the managers to run the
I'liitn street cars lioui their uortheni ter-
i . .
i minus to Main, then east to I.i mcstone and
to the southern terminus on the thorough
fare uaiinsl. allowing the smith Yellow
,,rm-s :ltl west Hicli street cars to run
' .... ,
lroni Huili on to l.inie.tone. to .Mam. and
tll.1K.,. e.ls, t .;l. ia Then we vvoiil.l
have three separate lines f street car-, ac-
isiuiUKslatlui; the people of opposite and
remote portions of the city, namely :
1. The west .Main stm-t and Kast street
line, which is to lx- extended at once to
i near the two bridges, west ot the city, with
I cars ruuuiui; from the rcoid railio.nl cross-
itii; on west Main the remote western
I iint m thecitv limit- to the Kast stieet
i shops, ncarl tour miles on", at the remote
I eastern terminus for live cents.
1 II. The riiim street line, with cars run
, nun; from Fernclifi avenue at the north
i eni tenuinus in the city -to the end of the
I line on south Limestone, the southern ter
j minus also for live cents -and
1 III. The Vellovv Sprinits street and I.a-
i cotula line, with cars ruuuinc from the ter
minus on south Yellow Spritics, in the
'Utliwosteni imrtion of the city, to the
I I-wmda street car stable, in the remote
' I iue cii lornve
These are the natural routes, fur the cus
tom on Main, from I'lum to Limestone
I needs cars at more frisnient intervals.
which need would lie met if the I'lum
street cars weie moved alons, the promised
line to the -oiitli Limestone stris.-t termini s
and we have no doubt the business of the
l.apmda line would le mcreaseil aud made
more profitable if cars were run, without
change, from south Yellow SprUnts clear
in me i.auouua siaiues. i ueil
, t t Afet ..
people at the west end, liv inc " Main, Co
lumbia or North, or streets -south of and
parallel with west Hii.Ii. who wished to go
I to Ijicond.a. could co to west Hiirh at Yel
I low Sprints. I'lum. Mechanic. I'actorv or
('enter and take a through car.
Then, when a system of this sort is or
sjanized, a ceneral time-table should be ad-1
vertised in a daily patier -the 1) iu. l!i
. i-i lit If still has a little room for it so that
,.. m u still hs a little n.n. f,.r its,. tl. si
the people could know at what time the
p, vvould leave the termini of the
s veral lines.
.'resident Stroud is a man of practical
sense and we lieheve that he will meet the
public netsls as to street-car transportation
as soon as he can jierfect his arrangements.
Chanitim; cars at I'lum and Main, or at
Market street. forLacouda, is inconvenient,
and these chances should be avoided.
One can co abroad at pretty low rates,
this season, and C" withacood deal of
comfort. .Mr. I'hlecer (Ti Arcadei has
naiiiieil us one ot Mr. Henry -- .lanett s l.uildings will 1 razed, and a block of Hue
pamphlets, from which we learn that a structures. jwsMhlva big lnnel. will tak. their
"rs.m can leave New York, on an Iniiian i'le- Tiiese iniinovemeiita are nharacter
steameritheCitvot Chester, on which we 'leofGiranl' life and ti provision, of bis
... , , will Hie fund ho left tor cuanging Dolawar.
crossed the ocean, very pleasant v. in lssfli ., .
' - ' avenue mini a cramped, unrrow thorough
on Jul lr.th. s-ml live days in I,,ndon, fare, along the nver front, to a bneid, wide
and return (in tl e same -lupi. leaving Liv-. avenue, along which myriad vehicles inn inn
erHMiI, Auciisl 2il, with all eieiises of solid mass all day long, aud keeping lbs
passage, board and stateroom on the streets ea-t of I'ront, lietweeu Vineaud South.
.... . .-..!.- -i . ' in a presentable apiiearance, was on. of the
steamer, hrst-class ramvay acciiniiuoxta-1 , .;,. , . . , ,,.7 ., ,, ,
. ,. ... , big things Giranl did for 1'hlladelphla. and
turns, tare. eh. from Livenssd to London, another evidence of his abiht) to look ahead .
and return, Isiard at one of the finest and to foresee the years of frightfullv neglected
larcest hotels n, London-the Midland , ""'', f"""f m J .""-sTtam sUrfBt.
,.,,,.... ... ,. I ror thlspnrraisetlll.WI sns;pviideillast
Grand, aud at the "New Grand at Liver- vear: n continuation of the work I-i.-.iii when
pool on landing and on returning to take
the steamer for home all for SI .Ml. Thb
,rith v- fr le ,llltvjlaM. ,)f knick-knacks
s-.'oo i all, will give a ierson two nice
trips across the m-can. at the most favorable
season of the v. ear, and five days for seeing
the sights in Iitiilun. the greatest and gran
dest citv in the world. Or one can
visit I.tverjHHi!. London, llrightou ami
l'aris, ihy another line, I and In-gone a little
longer for s-.'iio: or, t by still another line.)
go to Liverpool. Kdinburgh. the Scotch
lakes l.lask-ovv. tindoli. Antvvern Itrtis-
all(1I.ar. f,,,.,;.. pr (b y,,in ,,
j line, i visit Loudon. Hejgiuni, Germany,
the llliine. Alsace and Lorraine. Switzer
land and l'aris. for s:;T.l- all expenses
paid. Kitty or a hundred dollars in addi
I tion would be ample to meet a reasonable
'outlay for teeing railway guards, hotel
' seivants, etc.. for extra services or favors,
lletter rates even than these can pmbably
lie stvured leforethe season isover, but the
accommodations of these trips are all reall
hp-t-class enual to an thing that money
! can b.iy. This 'jueen's mliilis- vear, which
, is also the ear of the American exhibition
1 in London, is the vear i .ill others to go
The'ifci" Sltil .him hhI. of Moiidiij.
refers to the treat "ending fuel juublen, a
The itiatnifarturers of SjiriiiKlielil and
other cities are substitutinc crude i'tro
leuin for coal as a fuel to such an extent as
to make a jrreat chance in the coal trade at
an earlj- day. At present the tank car is
Kept on the sidiiitr till it is empty, and an
other is then KWitcheil in, but the change is
made with a view iinally to avoid traiisjior
tation under the inter-state rotiiuiercc law.
and a yreat system of pijK'-liiie is contem
plated. 1'erhaps when crude ietrnleuinj.ets fairly
to work as a tnel. king coal will .see lit to
comedown from his hiitli hor.se and lower
his pricss. ("heap fuel, iu oil, coal, or
something yet to tie invented or discovered.
is what Springheld needs and is going to
The citlmis of Springfield will do honor
I to themselves and to fieneral I.ew Wallace,
ttnl o1lv iil a sta-aii-tli. o-iticak tti Kroit'.l imr
opera house totdght They shouldn't
mind the weather; there will be no dust on
the streets at any rate.
THE G1RARD ESTATE.
.mint of rMlvilrlpliia'a
'-piiil CorrKpoiiJtnce i
l'niLADKLnuv, April II It was 1
day for 1'bilaJelpbia that brought out tb
new. of Sti-pben tSiranfi will It was
big day for uiaur a jwor hoy j-t c-
boni That dav vyj in tin- year of the
tlourlioii fipulioii in Kiaiie. tbcw fierce
dyof hot .luly. is.'', nlwii Uiraidscuntry-
mi .m blicitv and nt a thrill of lor
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wu.Ai- lr um. Mi h.lV..r fi.l TIII.T. I'lll A.
iWphia's trwts ni-re ociit to muvstrictnl
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travel oil rmuuay iiu vur .-iiaiui nuiiu
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wul of al.lo.-km which a chuix-h was locatl
wnitakriidimn. Till then chains were hung
acns thektrtsdunnswrvic-wioii SutuUv
miiVt' a i.mr;iMi hv (he IKil-t, which
m l!V thought lh woishir hniiM ha
tta(H itii'l itnt. antl that jta.t nml tiitt
mhiM l -t l gainI hv tnipin tin travel
overtrt. iti Iiwut f the liou- of worship.
Tli iav Ur tliit yar Chmtiniw oM
S(-phen (Jtranl qtKlvIjiyilmTi in hfaqunint
tnoflorv latL glarrtlhriok bm.m Water
Mrt, iUtv Market, mid dml. Iitl at ttn
and a tmlf v lvnnd ntHii'.i allnttoil three
K-oroand ten. and l"ft all his liuildiiifr, his maijical. as they have all healed and I am
bnwd scics. Ins l.inds. Ins .lii and his hard cureil. It is woith all imslicines made for
arnisl .-(.sli-J7.(Hixuntiiis his wealth , purifUm: the blooil.This wonderful ipiick
loft it nh fur the Letlei lomfoit of fellow ' cure has HVn etlirteil after eierytliitn; eNe
things tiin In in ami tor i-oiiiiii genera had tailed. Vuur uuilicine is a dais, and
tions. That was a fabulous loriuii ill thw I has done the business lor me. I have lived
.lavs heie twenty-live vears. My general health
fata look at th i-ullen with mo to-day- I is also iuiprovini;. appi'tltn and ilite-timi
Insulo the lush stnin. walls that sui nnind the ' K'h. I sleep snimdly anil never felt let
Siasslawnv, thesutely trees, t!i two bath ins I tcr. KiK'tors told me that 1 could not be1
ll.weai.o on tno.li.on substantially built i cured, but 1!. I!. It. lias cured me.
I.inliliics. and in tlioiii l.-imlliovsap. growing j It is ihi-idcilly the inuckcst, In-st and
into iiefiiliies, a. their heads mid hands are leheapcst blood pnriher I ever used. It is
wniiniiitlt traiiie.1. Thro are ll'.idirectorsainl
te.s.c!iefs., from Pies,ient Fetterolf down, in
ehldlll,; tembeis of n-Jldlll. writing, anth
luetic, lnouaes. niiisic, tlie lnei-hanical
arts and niilu.srv tactics Think of the
Tiorriii . &n- of Matron niia M.
Shris?ve, who presides over that larw houv.
bold whi.-b ss.nt $ !.".s,iio,sr, lust vear. Think
ofthedailv i.Httmeof schisd iluti.s. of mih
tnrv .lulls nnh their own luvnd.of tinkering
in the sho(is ls-iiiiittiu in the foundry, tiling
and chishn nmiil the movements of lielts
and whirr of machinery . planning and -siwnij;
and planing and eaivhlj. awav $ l7..Vi il m
iwie ve.r. till the totil ei(iense of this ism
stnlitlv .hanllis town m the iuwt .if our
eitv is anelleil to '.1.",SV4 sS. Then think
of thai ill,l) .welleit (Hit till the
men wlio-. diitr ll is to place values njiou
pnertv don! Lnow how much 1ti.it wallcl
town i. wnitU but roughly miess it to lie
worth t T.I"o oiV, as much as the foundf c loft
lsdilmt TIh-ii think of Stephen liirjrd as a
preat man. Wouldn't he lie aived by his own
woikif he.siiild use and ee it as you and 1
bee it' IVrtisjis ij would IVlhali. btl saT
lln-oiish these tiftv sn veam and knew what
his J,oii,(Hii w.nil.l ultimately do. I'hink
c.f the precaution ne.swiry to keep up the
lanitatv si.i.lition ot that town of bovs
who live th.'io oi.lv liefaoen i't and
v-ars. for thov .-in pinu admission
i.nlv lielneen Ii ami In. s;nd must lo,tveat IS
' that the ileath lato i. olio ve-ir l one half
of 1 ier is-ii' . while in no bis city surround
lii th"in the rate is jter .vnt Think of
the constantly chalilll leomteuts ef Imys
wlio have .sMiio and gone sues- Uiranl's
iwrtralt in the vaulted halbvav lookisl
i ilonn tiMMi their tii"st pre.lecir.s,i-s two days
I after the Chii-tims of 'IT. The applicants
for ndintssiiiti increase in ltumtier as th.
1 college l-ici-enses in usefulness, and, aflei
several years' nei-essjiiy i-rovvdms. rorm was
' made for 4nJ neire Uiys last ywirsirieii the
I new l.uildiiiK, -'o f," was completed, an.t
. very little abort of fl(W,OiJ wassnt iikh it
! That Giranl did liiok ahead with wonderful
wisd'.un is evidenced by hi provision for the
; Imys after thev leave the college, for as thov
j;ni tmvanl the age of deiurture from lla
' prei-incts sitions an? secured for them, au,t
liuiiM-is men and tradesmen are usually gUd
to get boys who have i.sse.i through the
disi-iphne and trainin;; of (tirani college. As
l particular stress was laid upon the study of
navigation iiv OiraiM in his will the school
, ship which tlu aocrctary of the navy has
promised to provide for 1'hiladeiphu will bo
! "eellent continuation of tin, education of
I li.asa lsat .Iaa alak t asam 4 fr
ais --- arw- iiviiriu ll.
Girard oiijinally fntf mind that the institii
tion should lie locatet m the block boundisl
by Eleventh, Twelfth, Market and Girard
Greets His will is voluminous, lv-ause of
directions for this college a. he designed it
should stand. He een detailtsl the construc
tion of the flisirs, the i-noiiLs, the stairways,
the windows and doors and the manner f
ventilation and beating. But it was a wise
move to io-ato it elsewhere, for l'luladelphia
nas itrown mow old Girard died, and its bu.i
oes ieman.i aiitDo .ia it can get to d
velop and progress in.
There stamls to-day on part of the ground
design's! for the college one uf the largest
buildings in tbi city. It is all iron. It is an
impir.mg white pile of .even stories, and ate
up fltT5.lXI in lla construction. It is a fitting
architectural companion to the great granite
government pile two squares la-low it. I'bilu
delphia's largest wholes. dry goods houstj
is in it now Tin, bue building is but
the lieginmng of a series ot improvements of
this bloi'k. Meaner tore and -smio brick
ilwellings were torn down in -in. it u lesting
place. The occujiants of all the .tores along
Market street west from it to Twelfth street,
and the houses bacL on Giranl street, have
lieen untitled to move. When all are out these
the city took charge of the estate mi-hidiug
an iteiu i.r a.,sT5S5 for lighting Ivlnware
All these oxssisea ar. prov ided for by ver
careful Investment.-, chief otwhlih aie the
coal lands, sjifttding over IX'.OUU acres in
Schuvlkill and Columbia toimtles. (siit.-nii
nig elev eu -olheries least u. t .,i i,His isnu-ei lis.
valued at l')iT;i."i, linin ivlu. b Ill.."iOil.sli
tolls of .ssll weie taken til Hie tvieutv-tno
years from l-si, loibe l-giuiiitig of lss4P- Hj
llion which la-t veai's iriilals amounted to
The value of Girard V esinie in ch.iige of
tlie.ity'sliiisteosmay be Mimin;n i,.I in this
fonu. though the valuation uimu the ciillcge
and grounds is merelv estituatisl, the cost bo
uig placnl at :;,l.V.im
Girard is.llepe. gromiils and ouiUliDg St.OHi.lXJI)
KvnVitig bouses, duelling, stores.
ulutnes and itnulndiu rlill.nlflj.tiia l.lji,TW
Ileal esl.ile 1
iiii.v uill an.l luliiinLia
Im.u.Is. m..ri:aze. stoeks and leans
These millions -onu,so the lesiduary lund.
but do not mrhide the va;t sums left "for an
prentii-es in his emplov at the time of Girard a
death, the widow? of his ship masteis. Lis
relatives in France, the bequwta tochantahla
institutions in this citv and the Maom'c
gland lo.lgeof renutylvanim. K. E. A. D.
tlr I took Areitt
M'afunotov April 11. There i n much
differrn" , riv imtures of the United
states srf..s,-,,, . .,, in tho of rtimmon
hI1. One ntor i. cruft nd nuother
is )lea.ant; on kind, another is cromi;
one may l a gfiitlman nnd th nmn
who sit t?Md hiui lvxr. The same rule
extend to senatorial families, and every
phase of human nature exists m the littla
i-otrie at Wah:ntou who are repi etMitel
hv thsventy-!-.ix prvat menwhofcit in th
Auifrirat; hou- of lord. A curiou. injstano
of tin fait has ju--t come under my not ice.
Om'of tbehrifihtest hoiiipii if Wftjshinjjt.-n,
win has bwn notl as a writer f cauimii
Hillad and army i-oug. was fonnrly em
plowed at th tieavury deiiartmnt. When
sh wits discliargeil ihe found herself
with a larj;e family on her hands and
no means of supporting thm. She de
cided to puhli-h a volume of her jioms.
They had bwn copied hr the newspapers
throughout the country, bad been xet to
' muiic and many of them had told very wide
ly. She irepared her manuscript, but could
not find a pu Mi slier who would Ret it out in
tfook form as a speculation. She had no
money to publish it herself, and she was in
, despair. At thia point Editor Fox. of The
J Washington Republican, who was an old
4 friend of her?, became interested in her ca
fl II D "T" X
JI lin! I " ' I T
The wild phantom and shrlekine cries
uf a worth es liiimtiin: can make monev hv
imposing ui.n the credulity ami Juiioranre
' f an ,nest puhlic ami the suppl) of thu
sisvn-s of work seems more than an ade-
quaff demand. The enunciation of facts -
tact- that have Mood crucial tet fact-,
piocn by brain force ami tangible evi-
deuce. tiiiuM satisf all laudable euter-
iri-.-but the etvrable practice of teach-
metals ideas and divtrines for -elf-airitran-'
ilueiiient is truly repreheu-iwe and should
1... u..inii1 In' till ilaW
1 IIHII I III' IUI1SC 1C1IS OU LliaL 1 H III1 II
l'otash is a kisoii simply lei-aiisc their ov-
lu.iiunl. it.. i it unit lum.ii.n ttiov .ru nii
t i'-v ... ... j .... r....
' .b.rii.c !.. t..iiriiriioraiin. as tlu-v si, in
yon slimiM l.k Ukiii all such as arrant
1 fr-ands and their reinnlies a, unworth)
public conlidcnce. and it those who maLe
Muh assrtions do not know Nttr, tli
ai :i -M't of uniMiaIh iittionumioe.
IWWMnIK iTIinr SIMMVCV
lint S..nii fHi!l rntind, to rnrM .,, of
....-, ., -.
scleral terrible, imlolent runniin: ulcers on
in leirs. witli which I hail been tumbled
tor man ears. Several doctors also at
tempted to cine me hut tailed. I tunc ucd
onI a tew bottles of R. It. It. imadc at
Atlanta (i.i.. I and the effect has been truly
i aiie.ii! ol an otners. As to my case ami n.
cine I rercr to every merchant or pmfrs
lessintial man ot I'liie r.lull.
A. II. M'iNKis, Cotton ltnyer.
I'ine llhill.Aik . Mav pith. Issn.
CAXCEKOl'S ULCEUS ( IKEU.
I have been takiut. llotauic IIIihhI ltalm
(II. II. 1!..) and I am about well of an ulcer
I had iioii my iiom' for six yean, s.iid by
all to Ih- a cancer. I refer to I nst master
Kentroo. of Atlanta. .. T. Ktt.i vm.
WrUlitsville. tin.. Mav .;. Inm;.
All who desire full inlormation almut
the alaive cause and cure of Illnod l'oisiiis.
Scrofula and Scrofulous Svvcllincs, I'lcers,
Sores, Kheiiniatism, Kidney Complaints,
Catarrh, etc. can secure by mall, free, a
iiii in mil ..--'.i( iiiiisiiairit iiinik in i i
- t ..... .... ........ III.. ........1 t. . ..r
iv oiMieis. niitsi uu me most vviiniieriui
and startllm; pn-.r ever iH-fore known.
Address, Itl.OOD IIAI.M CO.,
and mentioned it to .Mis le. lot Stanford.
Mrs. Stantoiil sent a leipiest for the lady to
call upon her. The jKietevs celled She was
tiersoiially ie.viv.sl by the inilliouaiiu
yenatoi's wile. and for two hours
the two ladies talked of i.pneral snli-
( jecta. Mrs. Stanfonl duriiu, this timo
sai.l ...tiling in mesial to tlie ...itilir-.
tion .ml the l.idv did not dare to ivter to it.
At the dose of the.sinversation Mis Stan -
fonltold the Ia.lv that she had heanl of her
troubles and that she intended to publish le-r
hook for her 'Hie poet-- wa-i -i .itrie,i
that slits luit out MhhinK. Sh tnM Mix
Stanfotxl that h could not i:pri-s her grat
itude. yiv. Stnfonl puhh".hsl th- lxk,
and it (T-t, I thmk, in the neigliUiihood of
TiOO. It i-a ry ntat littl vohnnr tntitl-il
Crown Our Heroes." Several pnmuiieut
ladies of Wnliington have n inteivstol in
its ucM', and Mine, Honifn, the wife of
the Mexican mini-ter. Iin t.iben n Unrs
numlter of i-opies. The poHtew ha leeii tak
ing: MiljscriptMHisi herself, and she h.i mt
with tLe Um of treatnifnt m neaily every
houe sli has entereil. But one day she
called iifton a prominent senator from the
west, whoM home i in a tt whieh Unler
uie jiisv.avsipjn n.friuwv.uM..njie it erj
pmnnuent in u a -.ui 111011 Mciety 1 tie au
tborvKs askeil to se the lady of the Itou-v.
She as t4ld that the lady HadrVsviiiE. but
that the senator would revviveher She en
tered the parlor, and in a moineut the
senator entered. He bowed law &nd
asked the authoress what he i-ould do for
her. She produs-ed her Ikk!', and tUeu snid:
Senator Jtlnnk, 1 have here a tok which I
The senator's sallow face turned red with
rap. IiU long, .straKIin. wlntMi Unrd
quiverful aud he rai-ed hts long ftriuahr ld
If I hail known you had a bk to 11.
ina-Iamo, you would not have rome into my
The laJy for this authoress is a true a
lady as any woman in Washington wai
thunderstruck. Shetaniineivt that she had
not intended to trouble him. aiat that tbe hail
written the book herlf. and that niaiir other
senators hail purchased it.
The j-enator, more angrily still. exrlaiml:
youi't-ook' And do ou supisH that I
would want vour IkL? It would notions
much im In nit as wate piier." anl with
that he d.Mnis-ed the woman a- -urtly ui
though he ws ordering a tramp out of hn
CAPT. KIDD'S GOLD.
How It W Itnrieil on bii( lI.ntl
How It lla Heen somkIiU
Sko Harbor, April 11 .'apt. Kidd.the'
pirate, did ie.dlv bury hi, or rather other
wviue, iii"Miv in i iie oiu ioitniai limes a
., . v. . t , I
few inileH from sijr Harhor. mv lutive place, '
on Gantinei'' Inland. He bund it ture in
broad daylight anil m a very matter of fare I
fashion in th pr-t-nw ot" Lvou (lardiner,
the first owner of the Hand He buried a
tantalizing amount of gold doubloons. dver .
barbautl pret'ious stones. KMd then bad dm
ner servtsl lum at Ganhner's hou-, '
and was so plea4Ml at tb nvit pig
on the lward a to pre-ut Mix
Gardiner with a piece of sold loth which, m '
divisions and sululi vinous, is held in the '
Gardiner family tiwinv JCidd then sailed
away to wwt an apointment at Kxeeutloii ,
lKx-k, London. Liuidiiup the doubloons
and made them over to the crown. To do
ttu wasauexmn'Utinipdm of honesty. It '
would hae killet many of our jn'ople of to-'
day. "Hut Gardiner fwdmtly did not Liiott
the value of inone Not u dojlilom sturk
to hi lingers ld was not us glutinous
then as now
However, he na an honest man nn
lest tliey -onld Io for the tune, llwa-.i1
lord. to Ih- tablet 111 theold Ku: lUnmtoi
burj injc gitiind reads. -Sacred to the m-inory
of Lyii Ganliner, lord of th- U u i-;ht, j
the name he gave the Maud. He tani-ovi-rj
with Governor Nichols about biVt,;iIoi)gv(ith
the Nicholses, tbe laawrenres, the U'lIM j
and a dozen othr oung; cadft. the !omidrs j
of as many pieseut old New Y01- Jlnghth
In my bojhood 1 drove my fat hers stage to
Montauk, and 111 that stag seveial tuo- iar
riel partt who rauie to ihg fin K hid-
treanire. Of t-ouiv they did not let o'it
their purjM-. Hut we always kntw thin hr ,
certain sign. They earned ertnin ipitr,
and much wra)tl up twirapl)eii:..hn The (
were magical uMruu,eut:.dmniMg nuKetc , '
either for jointing out the spnt wheilh
plunderwns hurie.1 or thmg to keepolf th '
Iosihle ghosts who nlwajs weiv rej-oiteii
to Miale away the iot full of mony just ai
it was uueartheal or leitig lifUsl out of th-3
hole. Thej" always carried guns and pro-'
tended to l fjtorMuen; hut we were all boni
duck huntei1 in those dav. and tvuld tell
from the way a man handled a gun whether
ho meant busiue or not. j
If Kidd had buried all the money that m
be'u dug for mi the Iong Iland, Xew Jersey j
antl ew England coat, as well as en the
tank of the Hud-on. within th l.a-t 1(
jeai, he would have nee-Us 1 eeIal moie
fchijH to have brought it hither.
Againt ltttt linner.
"I predict." says a fa-hiop-tble caterer, I
that then will soon 1 a reaction ugainst
bite tlinueiv Thei-e i-4 iioon who dot-snot
ee the aliunhtv of a heavv meal at !s iu tlw '
evening, ami thousands of jeople are only
waiting for mmiih lirM innovator to break the 1
,'.I,,11...". rel'"l1'epll' "'evtremei
U....I ".-. ,..!.,., ,, mui . an iiour iodikdow that Ir dyspepsia, bllllouaness and
late. I prophecy that society will be as
toundeil some day by an ultra fashionable
dinner at 4 y iu., and after recovering from
the ihnek society will go and do likewise.
Society is a shissp and always follows th
leader. Th revolution will not lie gradual;
it will come all at once. Philadelphia CalL
SlIILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure Is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar
ntee. It cures Consumption.
An ErIlnit Opportunity. '.
' "'easant ami i.mtitalile employment'
surely aslt a wike-anake -ale-man oi
the demand, in this viciuit.
fortheN'ew lletersible Man of the I'nlteil
States and t'anada anil I'tctorial J'al' of
the World. 1!S7, Issued by the letiowlieil'
map tmclishcrs, Kami. McVally .v t'o . .
Hs-l.'it Monroe street. Clncairo. A Uitl
road and Count mail of the I'nited States
and Canada, with thecreater sirtton ol
the Uepuhlic of Mexico: a line reprcsenta-
i turn of ll.irtliol.ii s "l.itH-rty hiilmhtemin;
the World." and the divisloiisof "Standard
railway time." are shown on the lace of the
iiisiv. (Intho iiicti.ri.il sid.. arc sei.arat
olorcd maps ot the World, Kiimpe, Asia.
i North America, South America and Meio
. i .. t..i... ..l..,.. !;..... n.l i..ti
' ANo sehft emcrav lints, dianrauis ami st.ttis-
i " ' ""'"
There are more A mericaii priiim donnas
scattertsl mcr the broad world than there
are oiera houses in hold them. "Our own
Minnie" Ilauk has captured laurels in Lou-
Ion and decorations in l'aris. Mine. Ilelene
' IIHS" l.ier:. MHIIn n"lUiIly wrtl, Tt-
II rneil III eli 1 nrL- I l.f li.li.l ,.- .m am'
.-.-. ...-.... J
I iitiiiiber ot lesser lltjhts are cettine into
print all oer Kun' as
Ijl.lle,- II, mi He il,,, i i kin;,
Ihni't drive tne Ixivs awa
It vourswarth or freikle.1 skin:
The blemish need last hut a day
When lieaut'shoin.ii:eynu m.iy win.
11 tisliu; Cliainplm's I.i.piid IVarl
ThechaiiKe is made with ever ijirl.
All that yarn alniut lii-nihanlt. the tray,
and hei lin:h -"kickini:" at the llottman
bouse, in New York, amused the public
and found space in the dailies, but it cost
the unfortunate waiter who "opened his
head" his pUce and h? muisitt's.
! thousands suffering front Asthma, Con-
sumption. Couf.'lis. etc. Did you ever try
i Acker's Knclisli IiemedyT It i the best
. preparation known for all J.unff Troubles,
1 sold on a positive guarautee at 10c, COc
' Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Mr. Ilenrv lrvini; appears in London on
the first ot .lime, in HjronV tragedy.
"Werner." winch has not been seen since
thedavsof McCready: and, on May 10th.
his fair side light, KLlen Terr', appears in
-The Amlier Heart."
.nf-f iif'i. tt it t .
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
HladilerandL'rinary Diseases, il. At DrugjisU.
"UIH'OII ON IIII.K" I'll.!. ll)c. "nil 27le.
mM ,,, bIllalI &,., hl? re,uit,, pleas-
ant in oiieratloii, don't di-turb the atouueh.
ItOI'GII ON IllltT."
Ask for "Rough on Dirt;" A perfect washing
powder found at la'tl A harmless eitra flue
A 1 ar.lcle, pure andclean, sweetens, freshem,
bleaches auii whitens without slighest injury
to finest fabric Uucqualleilfortlnclincnsand
lace, general household, kitchen aud laundry
use. Si,fCn, water, saves latior and soap.
Added to starch incrcaaes gloss, prevents vel
lowing. 5c.. 10c., 'Joe at Grocers or druggists.
. "' I-''v S"": t let us admire her
1 t-leopatra next season. enly t Ins lady
'' '" wd ' '"J-, " l't will
I the carttunie be eh Amliony .' And the oth-
ri . lltals'll t nil" iii ' J '" '" .x.
SIULOirS VITAMZKK - wlmt yon
need for roiiM.iiii.t.o.i, Loss tf Apititt'
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia'
Trice 10 anil'T. cents per bottle. For sale
by F. A. (larwonl.
W. J. iMMiilan, iu tlie "Irish Minstrel," ,
drew 5l.:U0 Monday eenin at the Walnut j
tnet the.ter in Thiladelphia, the largest (
opening night of tlie mmm.u at that house.)
W. J. Seanlan ha.s Neu made an honor
ary member of the Historical societj of
Texas, for which he collects here and there
objects of historical interest. It is said that
m every town he follies
to he oes a mom:
old shops in search of something worth t
sending an ay to Texxs. Amonc his con
tributions alreatly sent to the collection, is
a characteristic letter from Ktlwiti tooth,
dated N'ew Vork, leceinber I, IsTO.
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
ti 1- m-iij. in" '.' ...
Wyspepslr. 1 ablets wilt euro DysjK.'psia,
indigestion and Constipation; sold on a '
positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by :
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
High Jtreet3. .
The Texas drouth has been relieved with
A STARTLING FACT.
It is no; commonly known that a large
proortioi. ot the rheimiatiMii and neu
ra!:;ia extant ts traceal)le din-otly to the
di--ased condititm or imjK'rfe-t action ot
the kidney and liven therefore:! retm-dy
whit'h cure the resulting di-e:iM? iiium
have found and smitten the tirt cause.
Many j-eruis u-ini; Athlnnliurot for
rheumatism .tnd n uralia hae leen
urpriil K lind that rhronic di-onIers of
hc lier and Lidne have al-o Ui-n
trre:itly relieel antl they hae urittui
lor an eTplau.ition. The fjctKtIi.it the
reuuiK at 1 direttly on the- organs,
. K-jiiiinj. them from all irritating -ul--t.tiuvsand
rculatim: liieir rutitm. Taken
iu muiiet tion with Athiophon- I'ilNtlii-i-,
without exception, the in.r.t valuable
kiduev aixl liier remetlv iu the world, anil
. ;n ,. i . , e .1 1
will riire a larre tuoiKtrtiitU of thot who
1 .. .1 1:
aiil William Hiitrhinii. Iiviiis at 2J
.N.111I1 Slufcr M., iiriiaulicltl. .. " 1 don't
think theie isanv medir'uii'like Vthluplio
r.s fur rlieuiiiati-iu. I'rcviuiis to my using
this medicine I iisil alsmt every kind ot a
rheumatic medicine 1 ever heanl of, In.iIi
regular and irregular uithiiut avail. U
the time 1 isuuineui-tsl with Atliluphori..
I was Mitleriug vcrv unu h. In .i verv
remarkably slmrt tune, in f.u t I had only
taken a lew iIom xjM-rieiii-tsl very
decided relief. It is nuiv overtuo vears
siihv I is(sl it and I have had no Klieuiiia-
I ti-in siniv to.ieak of. Atlilnplitini-sdidits
work for me and w ill do the saim-f.ir others.
I have la-en a ri-nlcnt of Springlield
for over tliirtv vi-jr-, am well known
and would gladly verity the alive facts ti
I any one who may lie alllicteil with rlieuina-
i tisin "
i Kvery druggit should kcej .Uliluplioro
and Athlnpliunis 1'ilN, but where they I'an
not lie Imujltt of the ilniggist the .thlo-
plioriis t'o.. 111! Wall St., Xen York, will
send either u-urnagc paid i on reivipt ol
regular prii-e. which i, .'si.oil per lailtle
for tliloihoros and .10c. for l'ills.4
Fur liver and Mihu'V 'lisuss, dv.prpsla, ln
illsvstum, umlniss. nervnus ilcl.ilit. lLst-a.saa
ol v.oum'11. isiustiimtion ln'ailai he iuiinr.
Uihm, Ac , .Alhliiphun fills are iinisiualcd. .
That depend iiimiii the Liver:
for if the I.iver is inactive the whole
system is out of order the breath
is bad. digestion oor. head dull or
aching, energy and hopefulness
gone, the spirits are depressed, a
heavy weight exists after eating,
with general ilesMindency and the
blues. The Liver is the house
keeper of the health; and a harm
less, simple remedy that acts like
Nature, does not constipate after
wards or require constant taking,
does not intertere with business or
pleasure during its use, makes
Mininons Liver Kegulatorn medical
, haM. teitrt,-,,rtues t,eroallv. and
throbblnKlieadache.il ts the best medicine
the world ever saw. Have tried forty other
remedies before ttlmnmna Liver Regulator, and
none of them gave mure than teinptirary nliel,
but the Regulator not only relieved but cured.
11. 11. Joncs, Macon, (la.
(leuutne has ml Zjn front of Wrapper.
Best guarantee for Its buyer.
J. II. KILIN CO.,
' . j ' ' '-i VU u .X '. pe . t
I i an linll.iii Vll..i..n.iry. Mnrrh. IHK'j
. I ,-!i..ii n.l h .' '. i, . . In! N .
' :ti ' ) 1 11 ! I ii. ii'ii il -mi i r .
. I i.-i.I .i il I- t .-' i
li.-'e ip!ii uti ii i i.-eij t.i
inc i.iul..rlal'n- -'. t i.
i pu.u ulii gd
Ill V 1. .V ,t OxnE. P P.
From Same 4 Years Later Permanently Curtd.
.lens I i '-. s '..ml -i. Is-..
I'verythlii li.ndlu rliee ee uiiii' I
triol M. Jmsitis inl. One ap.in-Htl u Is
Ml.tici.-nt t.i 'P prtlll in tm ItllllMt.s it
i-r few Api.titatl. t.s rpflilnslthcawi'lltlii;
luiur joiutd and i tir. I w.
Fiom a Leading Laner April.1382 Cured.
IhehHiirn etAtPmeii, of P.lvi.1 Mr.-He,
Fs-i . New llaien. 1 1 ,k.t in Mitw.ii.iii .
-l find M-iere rlii-i.in.ilisiii hi anil, IihihI
li-aiil f.Nit. lus.'.t nli.tUeuf M. Jm. I'lu
(id cud obulncd ncure."
tVnin Mnm 4 Vrjra Ijiter Peniiieii.
X.-MT llafen. t I.. X .1 I. !ss.
I hliT. rt rh-tiiiiull5ni whr hlis-. si
mcali.l one Li.ttleiif M. Jsi -itrt iil f ir. t
From One Attended Like t Child-May.tcai.
Krniner.siiviterr.i.. P. ri j.
I had rheumatism s.i li.!ly in . l. m .
me iise achiid. t tisislti... U.ltl.'s .I .
Jaeub ild aud am n.tw w. II is . . -.
From simi.4 Tears Later i lteliirn.
K-anier. snyili rCn , Pi-n-ia . Vnv. 'i. :--..
M j unit aiidliTii'isw. r-. ..Iltl.ll t. -i t
an .j. ii. I.il..'nni- Jl..i'-i.
t r.-'v . -adi. a'.-t I1 ili-.a !..ti '
hi' f, hi arty mm J' ills 1 Hi.'
tiik ciimt.ES A.tis.LU.itro
f AH r ' !-'.. '
.? -r, , l ..... ',.. ,
fui:K rr.o.n on.VTE! and roisozs.
.r iirlc.it iu tiiui ir.
THE raiKLtt A. tin. I Lilt U'-, riiTiiosr, TT
Rooms Jt. Mitchell Block.
m A. LEWIS
3. E. Cor. Mfctn and Market Sts.
J.IKTES or iCHIIOTllTH ClPflD
HM. I.I.MlHiCKKIt, Viand ".T Arcade. Print
er. Engraver and Faahlonahle Matlnr.
Wedding gooda and calling cards a special.!.
A. UKOSM JEe CO., UMIKUTAKEK.H.
Offlce And WAt-.rrum A& "W. .V.ln at.
Reeildence 132 U. Illtb m. ,
JOHNSON sS DOKNF.
LiaaaaaorTHi c. I. BARacrr J. bun's booe
170 M'eat Columbia, street.
General Book Hinders and Blank Book Mann
i Mrv '&&''$&'
Palace Beat Market
Handsomest and best equipped Dally .Meat
Market in the Mate best beef. Mutton. eal.
Lamb and Salt eats to be had anywhere.
Custom once canted al vv ays retained.
S AM) 10 StUTII MAKKKT ST.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner W.at High It. and Walnut AIIfj
BlArkliook Work and Legal lllanks
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Eolicltorof American and Forelun
1 ALL rATINT umiM.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Ilranrh Arf nrlrs: Washington. D.C.; Lon-
klon, hng l'arla, (ranee.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
01ERAT1TE DENTISTRY i
No. 9'A E. Main Street.
-A. G5-OOID 'FJRML
Suitable for either Dairy, Market,
Gardening, or Grain Farming, con
8itiniof 80 acres, sitmtfd sercn
miles south of .Sprtnglleld, near
Sprioglleld unil Veliow SprinifB
pike. TERMS EASY.
.T. A". OVTiirtlSOIV,
YELLOW Sl'RIXGS, OHIO.
Marrli 8, 18H7.
RADICALLY CURaTD BV
baaTrTxataiaon. S04M Vlii.--t.Jxiha.si I
,lrat uitoorarr. ?booM4a ox l.
m. lAvlVaXaam .1
- V- r .rfy
aaVtaaAa RADICALLY CURaTD BV
WE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Ever received by any one house in this city, which
will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
JONES &, SON,
CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE STREETS.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
BRUCE, HAUK & GO.
Are showing this season the largest and most com
plete line of Clothing ever offered in this city. All
new shades in vogue, for all ages, for all sizes, for
every day, school or Sunday wear.
All Grades, all Styles, all Prices. We always aim to do
our best that we may fully deserve a good patronage.
NOVELTIES IN SPRING OVERCOATS AND WAISTS.
BRUCE, H AUK & CO.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
SPLENDID STOCK OF
1TEW SPRING GOODS
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
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UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. 8. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
BUY YOUR COAL
107 LINDEN AVE., CORNER MONROE ST.
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WILLIS & SON
Gas and Steam Fitters
Steam Fitters' Supplies. &c.
SB South Tiimpsti)ti St.
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