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EEPTJBLTC, THURSDAY EVEKIXG, AUGUST IS. 1887.
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HURS3Y EVENING. aiGUST 18. 1887.
IB UK STftTE TICKET.
J II lOl.shER.
i-upremeJudce (tcne term).
WM T -l'KUl.
uprerne Jurfee tstinrt term).
I J llllkMA.N.
M He Tre isurer.
J C HKOtt N.
I) K. tl sTMJ.N
Jlember lln-iM l"ubllc W orks.
C A U.lCKINt.lH
REPUBLICAN G0U8TY TICKET.
JOUN C. MILLER.
O. K. FKVIi
JAME 11 UABBlTTb.
JOHN .M sTE'.VAKT
J M lliWVTT.
Persons leiTlnc the city for the Mimmer.oi
for a few weeks or fur onlv i few days, cai
haicthfllti.ru Lie tiixhed to thim. from tills
offlce. wifiouteilra charge If you are goini
t 'om rlace t olace. jut drop ns a postal card
anl Tour address will be chanted sotbatYoi
m tT haTe yaur nome paper every day
The recent rains have sent glimmering
Cincinnati's tlin atencd water famine.
Ilmver Cleveland will not visit Colum
bus. He does not want to come within
sliort range of (lovtnior Koiker
Will George William Curtis mum. likt
the pr Ii.mI Mii. I oik. lean ami hungrv.
from lb table of the greit n form ailininis
tratlon and ask to !' tak. n m and fed at
the n pablican tablt "
(Tome forward Mr. Powell, and state
jour Ksit on on Cleveland's rehtlllagor
dr Governor Foraker's ssitiou i well
kn 'Mi, and the issiple are anxiousl) wait
ing for )ours. Don t be ashamed, out
Most everv one. except the fetleral ofliie
holtlers, reiranis Crover Cleveland as a
heiv) old tub. who knows about as much
of the people and country over which lie is
Mipiosed to preside as a L'te Indian does
of (.reek roots
Major Itiekliain. of the IU)ton Jnuninl.
expresses, himself as follows, regarding the
The republican stite exts-utive "onmiitt'e
is a dais). It nit ans to run the rate "from
eetid to eentl." a oltl man Ha-per, of Ken
tuk), used to sa) of his thoroughbred
horses. Uetter working inslenal. with ex
Iienence. vigilance and sigaulj. was never
organized into a state MliticaI (Oiiimittee.
We desire to (all the attention of our
readers to an interview, published else
where, with Dr. bejs umn the subject of
sewerage. He has for )ears given the sub
ject much attention ami stud), and what
lie has to sa) ma) be n garded as coining
from one thorough!) couiK.teiit to express
an opinion. As the suhjeet is one of great
iiniKirtanee to the (It), and Mnce council is
taking some advrnce steps on the sewer
problem, we deem it important to give con
siderable attention to the development of
The Duckworth club, of Cincinnati,
h ve arranged for a grt at tune at the High
land house tonight B.ikliam. of the Daj
ton Jooni'il, was invited to participate in
the jo) ousiiess of the occasion. For some
reason the JIajor could not make it conven
ient to mingle, and got luck at the bo)s,
t rough the columns of ins paiier, in the
lollow ing characteristic lines
Theeditorof the Juitnuil was constrained
b) cireuiiistances betond his control to
bend coiiipliiii-ntsanil regrets H resjsinseto
a courteous invitation to enjo) the festivi
ties of the democratic Duckworth club at
the Highland house. Cineinnati, tonight.
Tint we sYill lie greatl) missed b)
the ga) and festive throng In the
iiiitlt of their 1 alcyon ami vo
ciferous annhersar) reunion does not admit
of a reasonable doubt- it would ha'.e af-
forded us inexpressible pleasure to liave
plucke I a button-hole b unmet from t h- big
sunrljwerthat blooms on part) walls, but
Hit re are occasions when even a republican
editor is compelled to practice the virtue of
elf-slenial. and thus detract from the jo)s
e.four friends, the eneni)." That they
nlaybe Joyous in spite of our absence, is
t! e sincere w ish of the regretful.
Tlie while Hitlers. covvbo)s, prosjiectors (
and adventurers are perhaps largel). If not
vvboll), responsible for the recent Ute out
break. The Indians are regarded as a spe
cies of wild beast, to he imposed "I"'" and
shot down. 1 hej are the original sutlers
and are entitled to certain eonsidi rations.
The greed of the cow bo) has prolnblv lel
him to oerste his rights in the premise
and crowd his herds Into the Indian do
main, which arouses the savage to strike
for revenge, and he does.
Of course tlie I'lilted States must pio
tect the sailers against the attacks of these
saage Vies, but the cowbo) or aihenturer
who precipitated the trouble should also
come within the line of punishment. It is
hardlj probable that the outbreak is with
out pro ocation.
On the 20th of September Tennessee
otes on prohibition. The fight Is full) on
and both sides will contest industriousl
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Charles Werr) of Warrick count j, Ind.,
was killed bj a runaiva) horse.
I'la Mlllbuni was stabbed in the back bj
James Ki ge, at a moonlight piiliic at buni
in it fetation. O.
James 1! Dodge, a 1'ittsburg bookseller,
confessed judgment for SJkTOO and the
sheriff Is In charge.
At the ti emei's tournament at rijmouih.
In . the Champion hose belt of the state
was won b) Hremen Hose. "o 4
A leikj pipe in a natural gas stove it
Youngstowii. I) . caused an explosion tint
langerouslj Injured .Minnie llettrltk, wlio
started the tire.
Fourbrakemen and one fireu ai on the
- lork division of the IVtm-jhai. a
road are under arrest in Philadelphia for
nibbing freiglit cars
Hugh Dohertj. manager of a Chicago
museum of aiiatoiuj, is under arrest,
charged with the murder of sjoung man
last jear in Ills companj. t
Uichanl Bean, a herdic driver in Boston,
has been notified tiiat he and Ids brother
and sistir are heirs to S10.O00 (K0 left bj
Thomas Bean, of Bon ham. Tex.
Win MeKerrall and Krank Sahpie, the I
latter of Delaware. O , were killed b the I
fall of a bridge eight miles out of Mirion.
Kj , on the Ohio Vallej railroad extension.
Sheriff Lynch, of Alpena. Mich, who
planneil the capture of the lUvenua rot
Ixrs. and was hot bj "Itlinkej" Morgan
in making the arrest, diet! jesterdaj of his
wounds, in rhe Detroit bamtanuiii
Charles Maloonej. a Coiinellsville (Pa )
coke-worker, being threatened bj two col
ored men, sbot them both before Ihej could
attack him. killing one and fatallj wound
ing the other. He is in the jail at Union
town. Tlie Cincinnati limited express on the B
.t O. was wrecked at the "Y ' m Washing
ton. I). C, Wednesdaj morning. The n
ci leer w as scalded to death, eighteen per
sons badlv initircd and the engine and live
Valuable discoveries of iron ore have
been rnide near Waukon. Altakee counts .
la . and a compinv has been formed in
Uwkfi r M 1 . with a capital of $4 000 00(1.
tooiMrate aud develop them. The lucir-
iwiaiors are Henr) W. Trice, (Jeorge b
Itoi-er and John 11. Sine.
The names of the four persons killed on
a crossing of the New York, New Haven
and Hartford Tuesdav, at Norwalk, Ct.,
are hben Van Hoosear. aged sixt). Ids
wife, their grandson, ageti sixt). and Mrs.
Uider, aged rift). All were so absorlied in
com ersation that the) failed to notice the
whistle of the train.
At the trial at Morehead. K)., of the
Youngs for conspiracy to kill Howard M
l.ogaii, John Ketton testlheil tint the
Youngs ottered him Slou to kill Wan lit
refused, and John Tnimbo aceeptisl the
otTer and he iKeeton) delivered the inone)
to him Thelounes ilalined to have the
assurance of Judge Cole that nothing w ould
be done to the man who killed Iogan. The
verdict was "not guilt)."
The offers for sale of four and a half per
ct nt. bonds to tlie government received at
the treasut) department vestenla) amount
ed to Ss.-JO.T50. The rates ranged from
KKltollll. The majont) were olferetl at
the latter figure. The secretar) accepted
the offer of llarve) Kisk A Sons of New
York, of SI.000,000 coupon and SI 500 000
leglstered four and a half per cents at 10J
44-100 All the other bids were rejected.
Iliftlitlnc tlir Ageil.
Tlie prndentnl companies insure gnnd
fathirsand grandiiiolhers iu well as the
little ones on thewnklv pavnieiit plau
la this else the premium i almost in
van.llih paid bv the sons and daughters
of the old folks, man) having families of
their ouu, and insuring tluir ounchil
drill as we'll .is their part lit-, s that in
some tenment houscljolds it is not tin
common for im agtiit to collect tho pre
mium on the life of n b ihv mid that of a
grandmothtrat the same time Hut the
amount of the premium is not the s.tnie
1 he limit of ne in t lit t tble before mt is
TOvi-irs In the e:ise-of ills rson of 4(1
je-ars the live cent isijment out) sccuris
a tritle liOeints Forawis.klj i.ivmiiit
of i (Hits, however a jierson of 10 vt irs
Is ullowisl 'JHI nnd for SO cints itr week
lie or she simres $(() At "K) j ears the
pavim-nt is 2n0 for '"i tents jht wtsk and
s.i(0 for lUe-enLs t MJ Mars it is Jl.'U
for 'J( cents and $240 for "di ttnis. ami nt
711 je irs it is s.fc-, for the Mil tiler and $1 JO
for the larger sum
lu the doe of the old folks . is will ns
the children, the object gemmllj I- In -e-ure
t uough monev at tit ilh to tin
(liberal i ienses 1 bis i not sjhi ul ition
like the gravtvard insurance ' that has
llourished in mail) phucs It isimrilv
prudtutiil provision for the dav whin the
undertaker will Mire lv tall Ifnuvthiiig
remains overwhin he is jkiid somuth tin
bettir it is sure to le mislisl I'rudtn
tial insuniice i m imiiv re-sjeH.is n verv
good thing The objections to it are
chiefly stimuli ntal and im rest iitnntnt is
alwnvs more liktl) tohiniltr tliinhtlpin
the struggle of life Our (leroun friends
sesm to h ive less of it tlnn nuist otliirs,
whlrh isirtl) accounts, for thtir grt itir
re idmcss to insure life lis well us their
proper!) New York Cor Detroit Free
Tlie Curi.p tin Mieplifriliiig.
Po, to u liankrupt miner there was little
else olTtriug but the oceujullou of a
vaquero or n lie rile r of sbe-ep These
stmightwaj desei ndisl to the level of the
despised "gnasirs" ai d "diggirs " Ihi
curse of tligratl ition" which Ihe ntgroes
hive fislenetl lllli plantation 1 ilsir lu
the south, tlie hull ins and the Mexiciu
half breeds hive riveted on saephirding
The ranks nre lirgtlj tilled with the
riil rail, disappointed miners, reckless
nnd utili ippj wantlerers cursing tluir
lutk, cursing the world who gamble nwa)
thur wage's.issoonusreceiviHl goiugfroia
one ruich to nuoil er inanv times. i )e ir,
swelling the "bliliket bngule," tle
Mrtmg sailors from ships l)ing in
San Francisco let), who sell their
blanket and "tackle" for pillow (use
full of biscuits arid tin u go liuiur) for
tins until thev Ilnd n situ itiou, vdniv
ducks ' from Aiistrili 1 old Mildierx, who
do not Xnow the diffircnce' ltelwes.ii u tlrv
Uotk and a brttsliiie. lloek who fill
asleep nt their list and lit a covote catch
nud devour n limb The old miner is like
the oltl solditr, he will not work In the
lonesome nes and isolation of theshep
herd's life he titiils a congenial refugi,
and es he vagiltomlizes the long summer
after his gadding tloek, hammer in hand.
he scans ever) piece of "llo.it," turns
over ever) liowldtr, prospecting to the
end i mm in whom the loveof gold is
Iiss thin the love of finding it. The
iiiiradit.ib'e virus of the pi letrgravel nnd ,
the long torn is in his bine 1, ami wlil le I
uutil he takes up his last little claim, two
b) seven Stephen l'owtrs in Outing. I
The remains of Kcv. Thomas Starr King
vrr recAntli ninvmi frotn tiiM Irfi1turltt
,i,rri. .. arrt a,i ,, ip,nnrili in vault '
I j,, tile jusonlc cemeter), San Francisco,
jTliey are inclosed in asarcophasus madeof
tw liuge sU,neg) weighing more than four
The lasters' strike In Massachusetts Is at
an end I, .v i settled bj the state board
of arbitration. .
Out of the w est u hat c rd,
Wbi t uonl tut of tho M"St '
f, oiis fill tv.ud')
sa, amltlit HightU llel
si irtieim i ml
6tiU hmiin fri in us i-st in the t r, ast of my best
Uulr u u an 1 1 arolKnl stii,
Ou of lie west Ills wonl, 5
Tins nln t rtln ws.t, it, '.
I i,r Mith! i t
roimu n Milln sliest, s-
llatli 1 unli.l II lllu I inl o
Out f its n st intle I r-it of ILj Ut;
Minn ttitli CMl in M ug
llth-la I UP
llilli M Tliomas lu Scnlim r s Magaziue
A aHISICAX LIXIKXl).
Imgngothe brothirs I.uldgi nnd 1'ie-
trowm living in the town of Vico, in
Cor-ici tln uiroproud, braie, gmtrous
and Hz a I'orsuaiis nre
Oneiln l.uidgi s.nd to Putro "You
nre growing thin ti d ij, miu sigh dtir-
mg the whole night, jou hive no more
nt'lHtite whit is .iilmg jou''
"llrothtr," nplnsl I'utro, "I want to
' r will," answered I.nidgi, "mirrj
nnd lie done with it, this crime is a coin-
j inon uih mn mm or ninrh eirj man
I t ike- a win., and we h lie plintj of gisnl
and handsome gnl nil around us, in ike
a choue nnd rim. nit a sistir to cherish as
I iloioti, lirotln r "
I "iliat sums to liean nsj" mittcr with
jou, I.uuIli but if I told jou th it I want
ii iHrfi"ctI i ml n itui dl lose and white
girl for mj wife, nil it would jou sijf"
"Hut prtliusiinof jours tlnugis the
situ it ion consult ri'oh hj, thireis not
in C'orsii i i ssngU girl who diss not put
two ivoiiuds of ilour and one pound of car
mine on lur ihiiks ixirj nioiith If miu
mrsist in our iuting, Putro, I fiar
tint vou will die
m tlie tun ol an oIU
eirtaiulj worth) of
lkiclulor vvlui li i
Jvn I will not die n Kiclulor, and for
that rn-on I will request jou totravil
Ihecoimtrv in ve irth of the prl tint in)
heart rail for If jou hnd her, l.uidgi,
make haste to leturn uul I will marr)
lur on the si it BumiiiUr, she must lo
Iierfcctl) and n itur.illv reise nnd white "
l.uidgi, who was a pkkI fellow, kissed
his lirothir took n big sponge tint he wit
well, inounttsl lus 1 orse nnd depart ill on
his mission He tnveled inanv miles,
nud as soon ns he s,ivv a prctt) girl coming
I (ilicingverj e-onimon In Corsica) qtiieklv
I he li mounted, rushed at her and jiri-siil
his sponge to In rf ice Alls' tlie sjiongo
cnisid the lomilj face to turn n little
i sw irth) thin mscoiirigetl he pursuesl
' his course retiting the vcr-es made on
i women bv the Arab Jsiet, a savage
IVeril) ornin are ireaelitrous to e ve ry one near
W::h 'heir 1 n?-ers 0 isl wit'i Lenna, with thtir
liair arraneil in piatU
Witli Ibur faces white nisi and crimsoned, llieir
, iiesiuintisl v til LnLt,
I They malt one drink c f sorrow
, "lint Anl kniu thim thorouglilv"
(theAnibs ought to) fail he tohlinsilf
1 "I tramp like the Wandiring Jew from
'north to south, from east to west. I sec
hundred n women, )oung and old, car-
r)"K " lh"T fMV thesubstanec of quite
number of injur fmiiles Was it for
tint piirii-e that CikI treatesl wheit'
The nth ones usiicrueund arsenic, the
' unking of ecru e is tliadlj to the work
men, the Use of arsenic is deadly to tlie
i women Ale tin v all enzv' I do not
1 Mime my hrothirfor his wish, but I blame
I mvstlf for going on Ibis fool s trrantl "
I Ami he liecime so tireil with the failure
of his mission th it he resolves! to return
home when, one night, hiving iuiiptisl
the hosiiiulit) ol an old hermit, he sights!
so much that the in xt morning his host,
who lnd heard linn, asked the cause of
"Ah"' answered lie, "good father, I
amiiifeu-eh of n wife for in) brother,
at d I am unsuccessful In my undertak
'And what kind of a wife does he ex
pect, that jou cannot find a girl worthy
of Iiecoming his littler half. Are the
Corsican girls mi uglv nnd so liad that )ou
ts.ritnce so ninth diilltulties to meit
one ns jour brother wlshe-s her to be"'
"Not at nil. fathir, our girls are lnnd
some nml honest, but tin j disfigure tln.ni
stlves bv painting thiirfacesus a birber's
ixile Thev forget thut the lieuutj tle
srribetl bv Solomon lu his soug of the
songs' said of herself.
I sono tmira ma bella.
Come le tenile di Chetlar;
Come I jkidlhoui til jsait mone.
(I nm d irk but I ludsoine as the tents o'
died ir, as the p iv limns of Solomon )
"Do not troi'ble jour-elf any more
about jour brother's eltsire tint I hive
guessed He wants u girl iierfectlj mid
ncttirall) rose and white." rephesl the
"All right I know where vou will meet
witlisuili 1 girl Slit lives m a ginliu
not xerx fir from litre with her father,
who is :m ogir nnd her f. ir) of a mot lit r.
In the midst of that (. irtlen is an orange
tree covered with liistious fruits You
will lakt one and ij ' re jou thirst)''
Tin n a beautiful girl will npiH.ir nnd nsk
)tiu for water liiveher none, but take
her in jour amis antl run toward theg-itc
lien )ou will h iv e passed it she will lie
thirst) noloiuer She is the vvomiii who
shall become vour bnithir's wife Her
fither vi hose u line is Toi clmienot, is e x
cxsislmglj uulv He has ahead the size
of a pumpkin, two until eves rs lirge ns
n saucer, a iie-ek like n bull He is seven
fool tall, ferocious, suspu oils, iimhcious
and cruil You know vour man now
W hat do jou intend to tlo '
'If you will show i.e the road to that
girdtn," iinswtrcil l.uidgi, "I will go
take the onnje anil bring a wife to mj
" on nre n bnve soul " n plieel the old
mill 'Tomorrow mornrig I will at
comjinnj jou to the place where the girl
1 detained "
so the next day thej went to the gir
den, and the l.crnnt h id alrtadv n leg
over the wall, when all of a sudden
Touchmenot, who was watching tlie pur.
seized the trespass and nm toward his
house holding the hoi) man fast Ar
riving iu his kitchen, the brute put him
ru a lug, whtes nmuth he tied with a
strong rope .uul threw it under the table
This dine lie returned to see if he could
not cntch the Corsitan also, but l.uidgi
hid vanished, nnd seeing i olmd) loitering
around, he wtnt to the forest to tut n
briutli of a tree with which he intituled
to licit the lurinit to de Uh.
It is a well known fact that never a
Oorsic in tlesi rts n frit ml 1 1 trouble It is
cqunll) true Unit ntvtr he dtsirts an
mini) to whom lit ritunis tooth for
tooth mill eve foreve()oii cannot blimc
hi"i for th it, ns it is due to his geiurous
naturi), s l.uidgi h id watthed the goings
ind doings of louclime not, nud vvht n lie
si.v the oger ltaving the house he has
tintsl to the hermit's lesctie He tlimlxil
an olive trex, and from tl ere hejtimptd
into a riKim whose windows were cpen;
bis (ompimon w is not in the room, he
vi-itcd suixi-sivtJv nil the othirs without
liudiui; 1 is m in. linillj, he arrivtst in tho
kilt Inn tailing "Fathir! Father' Are jou
lure A voice nnswtretl "Yes, I am in
Hi it lug under the table, take me out, for
(3od s saki '" l.uidgi ditw tlie hag, un
tied it mill the lurinit eiiurgisl fiom Ins
tmeon i, it ii U ilwsle
Iat lis run is fast as our legs can
enrrj u.1 said he to his savior. "I urn
nil tn milling with ftnr," neldeil he.
tit a momtiit filhcr I must pliy
n trick on th it brigand " And I.uldgi
liegan to either all the chiniwarc of
Toiiclimtnot, winch he put in the lug, to
gitlur with two Isitiles of wine nnd tiger's
dog ulitnth.it was done he tied up. the
lug and rt pi mil it under the table, mid
the (tirsiean. with Ids friend hid them
selves losct wh tl 'I oik him not would tlo.
Whin tin fellow returned he closed tho
door, ns he did not want to be disturbed
ill his work lie rt moled his (oit, tutked
up his shirlslrevcs, draggisl out the bag
and look the stick that lie had tut in tho
forest "How do jou tlo In xour canvas.
vou old tmiiiuln li uM ! imnii.oii.i.J
thought the hermit was still m the liag).
"Ah' ) on do noi answer, you would be
child Mcilir. Yer) well, take that!" and
he tlischirged n violent blow on the bag.
thus breaking quite n number of costly
, n,,d Queers "IIovv xout hones
,,,ow f ,lfflt BniH,hj )he two l0tties ol ino
wo given to the tiac, the claret poured
out and reddened the Moor Touchuietiot
redoubled his blows and cried, "Do jou
see how much blood that aged thief Lad
In hla veins ' and nnother stroko tint he
-io with nil his might was followed bj u
i ltarful howling, thuogir had killed his
dog "What' jou lue lost no much
1 blood nnd 1 1 vou hae the string! h to
howl like that' Catch that, nnd that nnd
that'" Kurioiislj he struck the big
I nain nnd ngniii Inn he thought tho
I Iitrmitdtad, lie opened the lug and rov
his crocker) nil lirokm and his dog
pounded to jell) He was so frightened
lint he iiinde n cltan jump through tho
(window, fill In the jnrd, and broke his
When I.uldgi saw that the oger was
I dead he and the hermit left tluir hiding
i pi ice and unit into the girdtn Iho
lorslciin ti)k mi orange ami siui "Are
I you thirst)'' nnd lo' n most 1m nutif ill
girl, all naturill nnd perfectlj roe and
white, Hood bf re 1 im nsklng for walir
He took her In his inns m.t! carried hir
hwbj When thej hnd tusstd the gir-
den's gate, she said to him "Thinks,
brother, w here is mj Inisbindr ' "I will
conduct jou to him, nij sister," nplud
Luidgl, "and the sun will not no twite
before our arrival to his housi '"'
The next div l.uidgi cntireil in Vico.
His brother was waiting for him He win
delighted whin he sivv the handsome girl
whowas to be his wife Tin) went to tho
fcignor I.ludnco's inliccwlnre the) Kcnmo
husband and wife ltt turning to tluir
house, the new 1) wedded pair met n lady
closely veiled SheMopped Kforo Pittro
nnd said to hinr
"I am jour wife's mother You have
caused her fither's deatli in ordir to hive
for lawful consort n girl nnturallj and
perfectlv rose and while You must lie
punished in your childri n 1 he) shall lie.
the males of a fair complexion, and will
have white hair very early in their lives;
the females shall lie with hiir ns black as
the wing of n r iven and tin) shall h ive a
swarth) complexion nnd if the) Use Hour,
cerue or nrsenic the) vvillloso their hair
nnd teeth "
And she disappeired
"Yes,"baid an old mm tint nolmdy hnd
seen Iwfore, ")es, tiny slnll lie swnrth)
if the) marry egcrs or (inioce men, but
if the) mnrrj true Corsicans the j shall be
f ir nnd handsome "
Andns none of our gtrls marry neither
ogcrs nor Cenoese men it follow s uaturall)
that they nre fair and handsome
Al'o, that I hiven f ilrcoinplixionsinco
I wis liorn and w bite hair for the 1 ist,
thirty jinrs Gmnl S2I, Mxth Aviutio
Itailroad, in "New York Graphic
The Toliarro ripe In China.
The Chinese use a hnndsome littlelv iter
pilo made entire I) of biass or silver It
is all In one piee except the lmwl nnd
neck, which is inert h n tulie with im
upjier chandler for the tolmico The
merest pinch of long tut tokicco Illls the
bow 1, mill one tilling is mil) txpectcd to
provieleone or two wliilfs Thelod) of
the pile contains n neat toHiiartiuiiit for
toliacco Tlie long clavvlike nails of the
Cilcstial nreusisl in reaching in this littlo
lix for n pinch of tolucco ns diftl) ns n
pair of tweezers Iing strips of pripinsl
Iiapernre usesl for lighting Tins nnnr
liurns slowlv, nnd whin resjuiresl for
lighting the pipe is blown into n II line by
a peculiar puff. Any Cilestiil man,
woman or child can produie this lluno
with n single pulT, but n lairoisnu in
quires the same aliilit) oulv bv coiisldira
ble praetice As eacli tilling products
oulv n touple of puffs, tlie pijie h.is to lio
refllled over and over ngiiu to obtain s it
isfaction Fvery tune a pinch is smoked
the remn mt is blown out by lifting the
tube nnd blowing vigorously through it
from tlie lowir end The npiditv with
whiih a divotee of this pipe Illls it, pulls
the iiajier into n Ilime, lights the tolncco,
blows the iiaper out agiin, lifts the tills',
blows out the refuse, Illls it ngun, ite , is
quite n remirkable iH-rfornnnee Tho
common Chinaman uses n pipe of primi
tive pattern, nienl) a slemler ioint of
luinlsK), vvitli a hole lmrcsl in the side
near the closed end A pinch of tokicco
is laid on this hole, affording one or two
whin's Thomis Stevens' latter.
Anolher Marullii lreroi;atlve sjnlrn.
The vounc ladies hive c night on to
another new wrinkle this )ear Most of
tlie )oung lidies wiar heivv buckskin
shoes win never necessit) cimnitls them to
go near the beach, as the) are said to Is
more comfortable nnd durable than kid
boots In order to in ike a. rcsKs:t2.ilo
appearance nt tlie hotel, the) hail tho
iitartst bootblack nter liathing hours.
The )oung lady in tjuestion puts one
daiutv looking foot on the box, lucks up
her skirts, luins her back ngiiiist Ihe side
of one of the bath houses, and npie.irs ns
unconscious about the initltr as if she
had been usesl to it all her life When
the ordeal is over the bo) taps his lox,
receive"s a dune for his work, nud the
minion walks throuch the gauntlet of
men with ns much coolness nnd coniitisure
ns an oltl w ir veteran. Cajie Ma) Cor.
lltin I Ife Is ttpent.
P)tlrev Smith's ndvifj to n vouiig kidy
wis, live nlvvavs in tlie IhM comiuii)
when vou n ul No one in youth thinks
of the v aim of liiue If vou live to sev
tnt) two vour life is sjk nt in tlie follow
ing in inner n hour n d iv is three )iarsj
this m ikis twint) sivin vi irs sleeping,
nine i irs dressing, nine ve us at table,
si )ears pliviug with thiltlrtii Hint vears
w liking, driwing mid vi-itiug si veirs
shopping ami tlirtx')ears iiuarriliug De
troit l'let 1'res.s
New fork's Tenemcut Sj-Rtem.
Uiihippll), it pa)s, in com, to abuse
Xot ill it plulaiithrop) doesn't pay; it
juvs, as everybotl) knows, 0 percent. I
believe there is not a case on record of
good tenements tint are not n good in
vestment .is vull as a blessing Hut bail
tenements juv more, pa) so well that it is
rumored that nth gentlemen and organi
zations cannot always resist the tempta
tion to invest in them I nm told that
some of the worst tenements pay 'JO jur
cent., because the landlord can crowd his
tenints in them, rtfuse to make rt pairs
and need hire no linitoror agent. Ihe
great guns of public opinion are titiug
slowlv turned toward this grt it evil, and
nssureill) will destrov it in time Tlie
press ought to liegin b) publishing a list
of ever) tenement in ihe citv ami us
owner Aleck Malinnisoii in 'Ihehpoth.
rxpresslng lllu Feelings hy siibtltnt.
"Is it reall) true, Mr. Tiblis," .isketl
one of tlie glints, "that 1-itl) Mar) 11 h.is
run avr.i) with her ctuchinuii' I s,ivv it
statisl ns a fact in the sucietv journals "
"The i ixitt) journ lis, sir, .ire a pack of
will, tievtr miinl," said the clerical
looking personage, whose strong point was
politics, restraining his feelings with a
"I know whit yon mean," cried n brisk,
thetry voice, ")ou're Iikethe Yankee who
said to the editor 'Stranger, I shoultin't
like to call )ou a liar, but if I was to see
vou walking down the street arm iu arm
with Ananiu-s and Sapphira I should hay
that )ou made quite a lamil) party.'"
1 nglish 1'aiier.
I'liuples, tan, ra.sh, fretklis, prickl) luat,
bellow ness, greasiness and tiinea ravagts
Tliese are the foes to woman's Ik aut) ;
Tin ir sale removal her speed) dut).
Save tine all an bebanishcd ver) fast,
(Wee in abate but not obliterate the last.)
Uw Cliamplin s Liquid I'earl and see.
How quick!) all these Iraut) pests will His'
Quong Tart, a Chinaman of Sydne),
Australia, who married a Mellcan woman
a )ear or so ago, has a little daughter who
I has been named Yictona Jubilee Tart
I ftlAVsP tne Children. They are es-
DUVVj peciall, l.able to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Wboopmg Cough,
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remed) a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Deaths, suicides olid sunstrokes in large
numbers follow in the wake of the hot
CKOUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis Immediately relieved b) Shlloh's
Cure. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
I "Mrup of Fits,
Manufactuteil onij bj the California Kig
b)rup Co . bin Francisco, Cal.. is nature's
onl) true laxative. This pleasant Cali-
I foniia liquid fruit reiued) ma) be had at
l)r Casp r's drug store, sue. and SI bottli s.
It is tin most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive reined) known to (It insethe sjsteni, to
act on the llvt r, klduejs, and bowels gi nt-
Iv )et tliorouglilj, to tllsjit I lieidachts,
I I olds, mil fevers, and to t lire constipation.
indigestion, and kindred ills.
The pint I pottrnt of Jetlt rson Ins been
rtiuovisl from over the exttrn lireplace of
the White House vestibule and put in tl e
vacant pun) at Hit right of Martha Wash
iiigton in the iast pirlor. I he lull length
Mirtrait of I liuoln hislieen takinfrom
the inner torrnlor mil put at the left of
Washington in the nt pitlor.
The tonic ami alterative properties of
A)t r's hirsipirillv are too well known to
n quire the spu ion, aid of anj t xigger
atlou or littHioiis (ertitit ite Witnesses of
the marvt lone Hires i iftettil bv this prt pa
ration ale tmliv living in evtr) tit) and
hamltt In the I mil
Dr. (ittir.'e M niloualil is snentling tlie
suinmtriu rngland. eml is in uuusuillj
I v igoroiis In alth Tl e Ilntisli t liui ite fori es
i him to make his winttr home iiu Ital).
thousands BuiTering from Asthma, Con
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you over try
Acker's English liunedy? It is the best
preparation known for all I.ung Troubles,
Bold on a jsisitivo guarantee at 10c., t-Oc
Frank li. Cobleutz, corner Market and
rsjTT esooffh. Colds, ItnnrK Croup. Artbma.
LrubclUlla. W Uuvl mc Cbtlcb lnclrlnH-oirtv
renioii 11 aJ.atMssl flatus of
the dlfftJtl Jss,,Z2rtt. Cm
t(lo llis I.CDUU19 lir I mi r
CV9 kjrp 14 -ia cnlr In
irnil mrtrt n.l lr our
vv.n.rF..l tn lM.Vli,rL l. it
A Hutfallfti I in a tlrcle al rl-
kt-tnp ITnunow lisri, aiHi ere
frinu.njnmreof J ,n II
I H A t Mrvrr f IX Sola
ITipe lutiomons, a., u s. A.
Chew Ijmte'.l'lnw-Trti; .re.tTob.cn. An-Uute'-1TK
IU 1 uv-SoUl t all Uruuuu.
judicious advcbtising iithi
KCVSTONC TO SUCCESS
. P. HUBBARD CO.,
judicious advertisingAgcntsand i
OrCKTS, DCSICNCRS, ENGRAV
ERS KO ELCCTROTUPCRS,
New HvtN. Conn.
i Lowest Pricesconslstentwlth I
First Class aemice.
Ijaor6i BlucBoos .oretaoiwo Wtt
' J Nl-IMFIM .INT r.CC TO AO- l
MT VlllTlttMwilOfctKllButllllM '
l.0',. r" "" tc. 'sT
IJSIJiT AGENTS sI?t
To men an 1 women of n.
T.y atitl bbihtr. b.tjl.itnj
prx titut Utsoi. lojtBerjt lib
r.l terra wilt l eifen.
TtirWu.berworkacn a nw
I n nrip) j bliburci Ubor
an I clothing enormously.
weeks trial, on llbernt terms, to be re
turned at my eipense If not satisfactory.
Turnea at my eipense If noi
I juar i twine maio
'intltmt ridUtse h.nnr
Intrlrmo tnTlt mnktmr It m rhcnnminii ncciui
ererywhro. I lutrais! circular an 1 trni frun.
J. WORTH Sole MTR.rria F nkmn Ave Sr.Ltrjts.MQ.
(WukTttIIrMl t $ to U rra for IfcHr wkm
cine box or these pill will HaTe many
tlollurs In ilurlor'o bills. They are
upeelall prepureel a at
and Atippllcwa want lonifelt. Ttiev re
mote unhealthy aecumnlatton from
(he body, without naunea or s;rlilnK
Adapted to 3 oung and old. 1'rlre, 23e
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.'S
Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, open or to
button, high, round or square cut. bound or double
stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits,
made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught
ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15, in blue
cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business
marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8.
SIGUIER III BOYS' CLOTHING !
Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School
Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's
$4, $5, $6 and $7 Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4.
The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season.
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE.
Ml ,l"niWlfni! ATMl
rtwuw ciulMl ui
tj-iuis w feaiyt prvT'ii ituu
t rntl wro reutorod t
I ti rMulLii h ITM ft
DDQl. APUIUII llinTlllPA
lUftRlV OEIHinML radl ILIXd.
a ttaaicaiusriTor fte
Troai JJewiitr,Urr3iC 7
faknMaa?iLlEhTrri IWtavtn nnTiri
) Asa if en. 'rvrtw fnrl loVt vtr in
tboaunrlcaM ther ateolatelr rmroa p"mtarIr
ftmrf cnibrnkM Awn mitn fnlKn fn'l (rnommtor
To thoM who n!r fmn ihonnnj olSco clmvm
totraclit about bf lndlrraiton.li'iomirn,Oir Lraia
"Work, or too trmm InAalgonc, wo uk tbt yoo aesd n
roar mama with ntatMnent of toot troabta. aai Baeura
TiULl'ACKAd l: FKKK.with lllnrtM 1 ant-UaLl.
RUPTURED PERSONS can twuw FRfM
jp r 9"
w&. mo .r-
rj beautifol" woman, uk
W il tlt, mrwtm a s ibll (4 B
m t Jr fct Iflft niU Jr V
Rooms oJte Mitchell Black
S E Cor Main and Market Sti
IBRTKS Or ACHIXO TKKTR 01 mD
er. EnersTcr and Fmhlonstile btatloner.
W eddlngg xd anil calling cards a specialti
WA. (IKOS.S CO , DMJEKTAKEUM.
Offlce and Uareroora, t W. Main it. I
ReildenceU2 W. Ukb at.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Uomer Weal Ulch Mt. nnil WrtlDQt Allsy,
Blank Dock Work and Legal Ilia: Lb
Only the Best Beef, Mjtton
Lamb, Veal and Pork for
Wm. Grant's Sons
16 E. High St.
Or tlir I iqmtr llnbii. rliivrl) urtd
b Atltnlnlolrrlnc Ifr. llalnrs
ItcanbeKiven In a cup I cofft or tea
without the know ledi:- 01 the person t ikltiK
It. Is absolutely hitrmlets, an 1 will effect a
permanent ind speedy cure whether the pa
tlent in 1 moderate drinker or an alcoholic
wreck Thominds oJ drunk ird have been
m-il ternperatemen who hate tiketi iolden
?pecincin tnifr ooTe without thirknow!
edne, andtoliy bfllete thry quit drlntlnKOt
tbelrown free will It never lalU Iheiys
temoiue tmpreKnatttl with the specific. It
becomes in uttir ImpoMlbillty fortheliguor
appetite to exist r orsle by Ir T J tam
per, least Main street, and Theo Troupe,
Main and Marketstreets.sprlnLueld.O
4ir for thm trouble. v4 J Uaacka,
,---" .uiii.w,t,i-mi UMUTIB.
KAJHEll thoocandi. doM not bkmn
wuh ajcnuon to btutcM, or tiue pais
f - wtnt nt v nut ui vpwiatj
Deoceit felt without del. TlxuiBrU
lirittAun. ft Va & a .. I. a-
. . ."uxwdimim natnan orrtniaia rurMl Tbm
"THa frtTTTIlI Mil rinil1lTriMrMTJi 1inlh lift hilfc
THtATMOtTf-tn MaUuM. Tra 1U.WL Xtni. H
HARRIS REMEDT CO., UrBCanmrt,
Trial of our Appiianoo. Ask; for Trma
7 M ND
MEN AND WOMEN,
A Matter of Importance to You!
ALBERT MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
i Cleveland, Ohio, will be at the Lagonda House,
I Springfield, Ohio,
Sunday and Monday, Sept. 4 and 5.
' This will give his numerous patients and others who are in
-,i -g ' j:l !,. nJ nnnn ,,:.. 4 nn.,l4.
uccu ui iiicuiucti u council i cinu uupui luiiuy iu uuiiauu
this distinguished physician, whose duties at the
Institute will permit him to make only occa
sional visits to your community.
I Kecognlies the greit principle that genius, or tilent. or exceptionil skill In any
I profession, ami especiall) ill the medical profession is i great public trust, to
! tie exec uttsl for the greatest good of the greatest nunitier Hence lie calls )our
attention to the fact of his visit to oiircoiuiiiiiuitv. and to whit )ouiua) expect
from his treatment. Dr. Ubert has devoted) ears to ttie.tudj and treatment of
CHRONIC AND COMPLICATED DISEASES
Winch other ph)slcians have failed to treit s-tceessfull). Those delicate func
tions of the human frame whose derangements have for centuries tleiied human
skill have in intnv t a-tes v lelded to the pvtient investigation ami untiring per
severame of Dr. Uocrt and thousamls of suflVri rs from eliseasi-i heretofore
prt liouiued incurable have consulted Dr Mbtrt aial been b) huu restoreil to
HEALTH AND USEFULNESS!
DR. ALBERT HAS FOUND THAT
Is perlnps the most proline ourceof ilisei.se ami siuferuig jiuougiuankinil. and
esieciall) among the Auiericiti is-tiple. Three-fourths of the Chronic Com
plaints which make life mlserible. can lie traceil to some form of Nervous
Weakness. It is coutiuetl to no age. no sec
TIIIC YOrXO. who through iguonnie or careless exulieranee of )outhful
spirits have been unfortunate, ami tun! themselves iu ilauger of losing their health
anil embattling their after lives:
TIIK IMIODL.K-A.OJICIX wliohiul their vigor anil vitahtr weakened
b) the trmes of oM tompliints which uuskilleil ph)siiu'is bad pernios relieved,
but which time hai brought back at 1 period when the) are most anuo)!Ug;
TIIK OI.T). who should spent! their eleclining) ears 111 peace and comfort, but
lind their IhuIIcs rat keti with pains at a time when thej require all their strength
for the active duties of life. will all hnd It to their advantage to consult
HIS CURES are THOROUGH and PERMANENT.
1)15. A Ml Kit rS marvelous uecess is rasil) accounttsl forb) three things:
KIKsF Natural Htness The qualities vvhli h nnke a good jih)sieiin the tact the
ileheae) of feelini; the power of diagnosis vvhith brings the iih)sician iiuuiediateif
Into s)uii)th) with the rnliriit. are ill natural gifts, essentia! to the highest suc
rt ss in the prjcliie of u etin ine.
SKCOND. Stud) Dr. Alliert lias burnt the midnight oil for )eirs In the stud) of the
abstru-e problems of the hetlin art and Ins inirvelois lnolesle of the human
s)stem aud its various conditions is but the natural result of vveli-direeit-d effort.
THIKI). Kxperience1!) itself alone, experience is vvnrtli but little; but in connee
titin with the roper decree of kiiiiwletlKe it is i-scntial to untst lr. Albert's
extsriei ceof )ears iu the ijeneritl proetlte. and Ins speeial studies in the depart
ment of Nervous and Chronic Compl lints. pla es huu iu a p iMtlon to offer his ser
vices to the sulfenni; and to promise them vvhitever relit f is possible.
TAKE SPECIAL NOTICE OF I)R ALBEUT'S
WAY OF DOING BUSINESS:
1. He charges nothing for consultation.
2. He undertakes nothing which he cannot perform.
3. If he can cure ou, he will say so, and guarantee you
4. You can rely upon his professional honor to sacredly
guard every confidence which may be reposed in him.
Day and date of Dr. Albert's next visit to Springfield,
Sunday and Monday, Sept. 4 & 5
AT THE LAGONDA HOUSE.
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR
Boots and Shoes
GEORGE C. HANCE & CO.
ITo. 14 West Main St.
You are always sure to get value received for
your money. Big blow and high
prices is not our motto.
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