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THE "TWO SISTERS."
Twenty-seven years ago this day oc
curred the mutiny on the ship Two Sis
ter. All the citx-uiiL-tanevs were pub
lished at the time, but I doubt it there
are today a dozen people in the United
States who can recall them. I was one
of the crew ami a participant, and am
now guiug to gie the B,nr of the crime,
and leave the render to Juilu-o who was to
j blame that the mutiny mine about.
J The Two Sisters, was a fair sized ship,
--arrauig iruni Mutli la nineteen men,
and was owned and sailed from Glasgow.
1 had come around to (Glasgow on a
coaster from Liverpool, having no chance
to get a ship and being willing to take up
with anything to earn mv way until times
got better The Two Sisters n as bound 1
for Rio Janeiro, and the day 1 got into
Glasgow was her day for sailing. Oddly
enough, a common seaman pit a fall
which disabled him, ami I na.4 showed
into his place, uud the hip was off almost
before 1 could turn my head, and cer
tainly before I was preiiaretl for such a
long voyage. I had been to sen for sev
eral eurs previous to this shipment, and
bad rated as "able" more than once, but
in this case I was rated as "ordinary,"
and the pay was to' be for such I was
then about 2.1 years ild, a thorough Yan
kee by birth and I jelings, and as I had
neither parents nor home I did not care In
which direction I sailed.
Now, to help you comprehend what
Anally haptieiK-d, I want to say that no
tailing ship ever left port with ever) thing
entirely satisfactory to Sailor Jack. He
is a chronic grumbler, just as the fanner
Is, but he meaus no more by his gratult
ling. He will Lick on the food, on the
w eather, on the cargo, on his Quarters, on
almost everything connected with the
ship and her voage; but it is simply a
ftLshiou, and he doesn't expect any laxly to
take him In earnest. And I say further
that there is no Kngllsli, Scotch, Herman,
or American sailing ship afloat today in
which the captain cares two cents for the
life of a foremast hand. The mates nro
born bullies, ready to knock a man down
on the slightest provocation, and they w ill
make the provocation themselves. Jack
may tie cut and bruised and ill, but it is
only when he falls helpless that he is jier
mitteilto leave his watch. He is not sup
posed to hav e any more feeling, than an
ox. and it wonld seem as if the aim of
most officers was to make him forget his
manhood. The ditch diggers in any
country live better than the average
sailors. Jack's hours are longer than any
wrorkinginan's. his pay is less, and there
isn't a day from the time the vovage is be
gun until it ends that his life is not in
peril. And, to cap the climax, he is a
man to put up with everjthlng. He ex
pects poor grub, plenty of abuse, a great
deal of dirty w eather, and a close shuvo
for his life about once in so often. He
will stand more bulldozing than a black
slave, and more abuse than an ox. Mutiny
at se.i is a rare occurrence. The Ameri
can marine does not average one in live
years. This isn't because the provoca
tion is lacking, for that exists on almost
every ship ev cry day. but because Jack is
is willing to bear to the last moment le
foro he turns. In my time I have known
sailors to cut their throats, hang them
selves, or leap overboard to end their
wretched lives made wretched and un
bearable by a bullying mate. A soldier
w ould hav e shot dow n his officer in such
caes. A slave would have run away.
Wc were not out of sight of the coast
lcfore it was found that both mates were
bullies, the captain n tyrant, and our
grub the poorest which could be pur
chased for a ship. The crew were far
above the average in point of looks and
seamanship. As we were mustered to le
divided into watches I was surprised to
note the tine bearing of the ineu. It was
just such a crew as a captain could feel
confidence in during a long and perilous
voyage. If there was a shirk among the
lot, his looks did not betray him. When
we were divided off I fell to the captain's
watch, which is In reality the second
mate's watch, and I found two more
Americans w ith me Johnson and Green.
They were able teamen of middle age,
and there was hut one youngar man than
1 in either watch. In the first six hours
of our being aAoat I saw four men knocked
down by the mates without provocation
enough to have called out a rebuke from
some officers, while the captain, who was
evidently a hard drinker, exhibited his
temper in various waj s. It is usual for
the captain of a ship to make a little
speech to the men when the watches are
divided. It is done not to encourage, but
to intimidate. It is to further show Jack
that he has no moral or legal rights wliat
cv cr, and that if he isn't brained next
day with a belaying pin, it Is because his
officers ore willing to overlook and con
done his heinous offenses. When our
watches were called CapL McKay stepped
forward ami said:
"I h.ive been looking you over, you
dirty scum of the docks, and I find there
isn't a sailor among you, I wouldn't
have shipped such a gang of sojers for a
mud scow. You have come aboard nnder
false pietenses, calculating to feast on
pic and cuke and have a trip for your
health. Look out for me, you d d riff
raff. I'll make some of you wish you
had never been born before this voyage is
That was his speech as one of the sail
ors w rote it down, and that was the cue
the mates were to take. When tbe off
watch went below the men remarked to
each other that it looked as if we had
signed articles with a Kid man, but there
was no cnticisui. When supper was
served we found the beef outrageous. The
smell of it was sufficient to turn a sailor's
stomach, and you can imagine that it
must have been pretty high. The tea
could never have seen the inside of a
chest. I donbt if it was anything more
than the leaves of trees and shrubs. The
ship biscuit had better been called ship
grubs. There was more worm than bis
cuit in each case, and as hungry aa mt
fere not a man made a pretense of eat
iog. It is the rule of every ship that
Jack may come aft with his complaint.
He was expected to in this case. The
captain was on deck when he should have
been lielow. He looked for a kitk against
the provisions, and he proposed to shut
the grumblers right up. After a forecastle
conference it was decided to apiieal to the
captain. Xot a man of either wutch could
touch the provisions. An oldish man,
who was a thorough sartor, very Intelli
gent, and the last to find fault, was se
lected as spokesman, and he put some of
the provisions in a kid, and wc followed
hi in to tbe mainmast. As I told im. it
was evident the captain and maU's looked
for a protest, for all w ere on deck. The
name of our spokesman was Herbert, and
he w as English born. The captain came
forward to meet us as we grouped
around Herbert with hats off, and after
looking us over he shouted out:
"Well, d n your eyes, w hy don't you
speak up' What is wanted of me?"
"If jou please, sir," said Herbert, "wa
can't eat the grub."
"Oh, you can't? You are probably dis
aptiointcd. You expected oyster soup,
Java coffee, hot biscuit and honey, and
jour stomachs have gone back on jou."
"Your honor, but will jou please smell
of this beef?" asked Herbert, advancing a
"Smell of the beef, you hounds, jou"
howled the captain. "Did the owners en
gage me to sail the ship or to smell of the
forecastle In-ef? I sized you up on the
start for a lot of skulking sojers, and
here's proof that I was right. You are a
lot of d d mutinous dogs, and now's
the time to give jou a lesson."
With that the three officers began the
attack, never minding who they hit, and
driving the watch on deck forward with
the others. The man at the wheel was, I
believe, the only man w ho escaped a blow
while not a sailor raised his hand in reply
The ship was running off before a light
breeze, and for fifteen minutes the three
men had it their own my. Then the cap
tain's watch was called, the other sent biz
low, and as we came on deck Capt. Mc
"There, curse yon for a lot of dock loaf
ers. I Lope jou have found out who sails
this ship. The man w ho dares come aft
with another complaint will get his brains
There wen nine of us in, the captain's
watch, whict, as I told you, was really
the second mate's watch no captain
standing a w atch at sea unless he so wills.
Every one of us had baau struck off
Kiccca, ana two of the men had been mv
agely beaten on the head and were cov-
ered with blood. The name of the first
mate, who now went below with the cap-
tain was McLoiran ThM nn. of tr
Itcond mate wtrAndJews.nlSe was",!
younger man than the others, and ,r.
I,.. h,i m !,. . ,. . i.i.
p ..tir. I, i L
torTf'te? a U '
' '?',?" ,anhlt
wheel, he stopped
while Hetliert had the
near him and ot.s. r ed
"The old man is a little rough, but one
of the liest seamen out of Clasgow. You
complained loo .soon "
"Hut, Mr. Andrews, whnt are we to do
for grub?" a.skeil Herliert. "There isn't
a man in the fo'catle as can eat such
"Well, it's not my lookout what the
owners furnish I'nless jou men vnut
h I to pay jou will turn to and make the
best of it "
Tlint elnsisl th iMriiiM.tliin v.it .
man of us .poke of mutiny or 'even the
slightest resistance to lawful autliontv
Wh-.'ii our watih waj up we turned In
and went to nleep. I, for one, cherished
the hope that the provisions w ould be In-t-ter
in the morning. The officers had only
to taste them to realize that they were to
tally unlit, mid I hoped the captain would
do this and thus do away with all cause
for fur'her complaint. As the kids were
brought forward at breakfast time, how
ever, we scented the stinking beef long
lefore it reached us, and we found the
biscuit and tea as vile as ever. Having
eaten nothing since the previous noon, and
all of us lieing hearty men, jou can imag
ine that we were sharp set. Xot a man
of us, however, could swallow that food,
and the kids and pannikins were left
standing at The windlass for the cook to
carry buck with their contents untouched.
The men looked at each other with
troubled faces, but there was no threat of
mutiny. We w ent to our work on empt v
stomachs, as also did the other watch,
and, though the officers knew- it, not u
word was said The men chewed an extra
quantity of totucco. and hoped that noon
would soften the captain's heart.
Noon brought no change, and when
mpper was served and we found the same
grub placed licfore us, the men broke out
with curses. If the food had been eat
able, don't j-oii suppose that sailors, who
had been from twenty-four to thirty
hours without eating a mouthful, would
have nt least nibbled at itf I am telling
jou wnat l aiierwarti made affidavit to.
I made repeated attempts to worrj-dow n
some of the meat, but each time it wns re
jected. Some of the men who gut a few
swallows of the tea down were made
dreadfully sick. Again we went supper
lcss. but now- the men began to assert
that no law of the high seas ennltted n
captain to starve hi crew-. We would
wait until morning, and. if the food was
not changed, something must le done. I
am sure the captain expected something
to occur that night, for he was frequent ly
on deck, anil the three officers were more
than once in consultation. The ck had
reported, as we afterward learned, that
none of the supper had been eaten, and
the captain had replied:
' Well, the durned sojers w ill either eat
such grub as I set out, or live on their own
I am telling you truthfully that not n
srord of mutiny was whispered during the
night. We made no threats, and had no
plan, but jet wc all fell that the morning
would bring a crisis of some sort. Dur
ing the night, in the case of loth watches.
the officers were very abusive, and the
men were struck or kicked without the
shadow of an excuse. When da j light
came, and we began to scrub down, the
breeze died quite away, and we lay le
calmed. We were at this time about 90
or 100 miles from the Hritish coast.
When it was time for breakfast both
watches were on deck, and as the men
went to the cook's galley to receive their
kids and pannikins all three officers showed
up on deck. 1 was at the wheel, and I
saw that the captain and first mate had
their revolvers. The kids were taken for
ward without a word. The food had not
been changed, and the men pushed the
dishes away. If there was anj- growling
' couldn't hear it. The captain waited
about ten minutes, and then seeing that
the. men were not going to eat, he told the
second mate to order theui aft. All came
in a bodj-, and all bore themselves respect
fully. "Look here, Herbert," said the captain,
addressing the sailor who had acted as
spokesman on the previous occasion,
"what is the matter with the irrubf"
"It's bad, sir unfit to eat," replied the
"That Is, yon lazy lubbers have agree,
among j on to call it bad, and to make me
put into some tortf"
"Sir, there's never a man of tis but
what is willing to stand for the voj-age
and work our best, but the grub, sir, lag
ging jour pardon, was spoiled long enough
lefore it came on board. Will jou pleas
inspect k, sir?"
'Xot by a damned sight, and now we'll
see which end of this ship sails the other."
With that he rushed upon Herliert to
strike him w ith his loaded w eapon, w hile
the mates seized belaj ing pins and dashed
in to knock down as many men as they
could. The sailors ran forward, and I
heard some of them begging for mercy.
The officers followed them, evidently de
termined to wreak savage vengeance, and
it was only when driven to the windlass
that the men turned. It was a case of
self defense. I could not well see what
followed, but I heard pistol shots, savage
cries, a great struggle, and, as it now
came on a dead calm, 1 left tbe wheel and
ran forward. AK was over when I got to
the foremast. The three officers were
dead or djing, Herliert and another sailor
were dead, and of the remainder of the
men at least five were seriously wounded.
The mutiny had not lasted above five
minutes. For n long time after I reached
the bow the men stood looking around
them without uttering a word. Then, at
last, a Yankee sailor named Hen Lobdell,
who had a bullet in his left shoulder,
stood out a little from the rest and said:
"Mates, we have been driven to mutiny
and murder. Aye, every man of you
knows we had to turn to save our own
lives against those officers lying dead. It
has all come about through the bad grub.
I shall now order the cook to prepare us
breakfast, and after that is eaten we shall
consult as to what is to be done. Mean
while, as in duty ltound, I will set a signal
The steward got the flag from the locker
in the cabin and it was properly set.
Then the hurts of the wounded were
looked to, and by that time breakfast was
ready. It was served in our dishes and
eaten ou deck, and not a man of us had I
word to saj- Just as we were finishing
the cook aud steward came out In com
pany and hoped wo would spare thcii
lives. lien got up and replied.
"Don't take us for either mutineers or
murderers. What has been done was
only in self defense. The life of every
man here is as safe as in his own home.
Xow, then, the first thing is to see who of
the poor fellows lying on the decks has a
bit of life left in him."
"The captain and first mate were dead
enough, as was the case with the two
sailors, but tbe second mate had life in
him. When the men were driven to bay
they turned and used their sheath knives
and the capstan bars. The second mate
had his left arm broken, and had recehed
two sta)s. We took him down to his
berth, removed his clothes, and dressed
his hurts, and when the steward had pre
pared him a drink he opened his eyes, and
when be found that we were in possession
of the ship he said, in the presence of four
"I expected it would turn out this way,
but I had to obey orders. While jou hav e
done for me I liear j-ou no grudge. If you
draw up a statement of how it came
about, I will sign it."
I drew up n statement of fact, and the
mate, who hadu't two hours to live, af
fixed his signature, and it was followed
by tbe name of every man in the ship.
Before noon he was dead, and after din
ner we buried all the liodles and made the
ship tidy. Hy mutual consent lien was
made captain, and a sailor named Jack
Wonder was selected as mate. It was
our purpose to sail the ship back to Glas
gow, and not a man was allowed in the
cabin, nor were any of the stores dis
turbed, except the provisions. The signal
was kept flying all day, but owing to the
calm we did not move half a mile. Just
at sundown a steamer came up with us,
sent a koat aboard, and when told of what
had happened she put several men aboard
and got out a tow line and made fast to
us. It was thus wa returned to DOrt. and
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' ,' f "?.'" 0' 0,,r ?rrIval " tho mutiny
. Zm,. T '1, ' Vve were
' f"1" ' T , "ud, r awe I"ec.J
t0 " aDl1 for ,hl -lrs- "t'ek or two all
! .--? to the effect that every man
",., TT .1.1""
to occur to the iHiiple at large that wc
lr s would liehanccd. It didn't seer
,0-c" l ,,,e I"" t tarK that "
could have any defense, mid wo wer
d?,mlei, ,,. ,lmUK tK,f)rt, ,,, .,.,,
rsmeon The owners of the shin were
rich ns wejl as lK-nurious, and they wanted
us executed as a warning to other sailors
However, when the trial came on the gen
eral public got something to open their
yes. Our 1 iwjers had had the provisions
inspected b medical men, and had saved
samples for the jury The medical gen
tlemen affirmed that no human stomach
( ould retain sui h provisions, and recom
Blended that the owners be promptly
j prosecuted Thm we had the name of
the mate tn the statement of facts, the
testimony of the steward and cook, aud It
was shown that we had set a signal and
lieh.ned ourselves in an orderly way.
The case was decided in ten minutes,
and everj mau of us was set at liberty.
There was talk of suits against the ship
owners, but they sent an agent around to
each one of us with a I'll) note, and we
made no move niriiinst them nor trial
land the faits brought out brought to light
other facts, one of which was that Hritish
sailors were treated worse than curs, a.ud
were fed mostly on (ondemed stores. A
social mid nditiuil notation resulted, and
from it grew- the government insnectors
and the laws which give Sailor Jack the
rights of a human King. The move
whicn I'limsoll made against overloading
was an offshoot of our mutiny, and I have
Ileal d it declared that our adventure was
the best thing that could have happened
for sailors on anj oc-enn. New York Sun.
It's AIMS). 4 lilt).
"Didn't I tell jou so?" said a gentleman
to an acquaintance whom ho chanced to
meet on the street; "It's alv ajs.the waj-."
"What's alwajs the wnj?" inquired a mu
tual friend of tile two men who happened
along just then. "Wlij-, just this," replied
the first speaker: "jou see Smith, here, the
last tune I met linn he had one of the
worst coughs j-ou ever heard. He com
plained of a loss of appetite, of night
sweats, of low spirits and other unmis
takable premonitorj- signs of consumption.
1 told him to get a supply of Dr. Pierce's
Oolden Medical Discovery at n.-e. He did
so, and look at hiin now ! Did jou ever see
a healthier looking man? The 'Discoverj'
has snatched thousands from consumptives'
craves. 1 knew it would cure Smith. It's
s'.waj s the w aj"
Sirs. Eagles, an ehlarly woman of Canip-
oell countj-, irginia. expressed the wish
shortly before her death that hergohlwatch
be buried with her. The wish was carried
out. and within a week the crave was
opened in the night and the watch stolen.
fttVWP the Children. They are es
VJVV pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, hooping Cough,
etc. We guarantee Acker's English
nemeoy u. positive cure. it saves
hoars o' anxious watching. Sold b
Frank U. Cobleutz, comer Market and
Mrs. Cleveland is reported as sajing that
she would never sit for a photograph again
while she remained mistress ot the White
bouse. Some of the prints used as tobacco
signs are said to be the cause of her taking
In llrief. nmt t Ihi I'olnt.
I'jspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion is a toe to good na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of
the most complicated and wonderful things
In existence. It is easily put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cookery, mental worrj-, late hours, ir
regular habits, and many other llilugswliicii
ought not to be. have made the American
people a nation of dyspeptics.
Hut Green's August Flower has done a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American licople so
healthy thai they can enjoy their meals and
Remember: N'o happiness without health.
But Green's August Flower brings health
and happiness to the dj speptic Ask j our
druggist for a bottle. Set ent j--nt e cents.
Colonel Estey, of Hrattleboro, Is said to
be the richest man in ennout. He is esti
mated to be worth S3.500.000, all made out
of the organ business.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shlloh's Vitiiizar
is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
St. Paul was a great traveler. Had he
lited to'this day ot swift transportation he
would hate preached the gospel to all the
"Korcn on pixes."
Why suffer Piles I Immediate relief and com.
clcte cure guaranteed. Ask for "Koogh on
Ing.orany form of Pdes. 50c. At Druggists or
mailed. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N J.
Wells' "Health Rf newer" restores health and
vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Xervous
Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women. II.
WEIXS' HAIR BALSAM.
If grar. restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. Xo oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops hair com-
ingom; strengtnens, cleanses, neaii scsip. sua
The bicj-cle law of Oregon requires bi
cycle riders to stop 100 yards from any jier-
son going In tbe opposite direction with a
team, and remain stationary until the team
""VfYta. kst are fretful, peevish,
JX,JV'T cross, or troubled with
Windy Colle, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, 'an bo relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
henco is safe. Price 5 cents. Sold b
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Anew- locomotive built for one nt the
Xew York roads is so long that none of the
turn-tables can turn it, and the monster
machine, therefore, cannot lie used. It was
intended for an express train.
Canker humors of every description.
whether in the mouth, throat, or stomach,
are expslled from the sj-stem bjr the use of
Aj er s oarsapanlla. Xo other remedy can
compare with this, as a cure for all diseases
originating in impure or impoverished
The artificial fruits to be used for trim
ming winter ball costumes are soft, instead
of being as liard as so much rock candy.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shlloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. Xasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
A steel company of Chicago reports tbit
thej-turned out in one day recently 802 S
gross tous of steel rails.
W cvvvw Of the good things of this
xkXVJ life are sorrowfully let
alone on account ot Dyspepsia. Ackers
Drspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at S3 and CO cents, by
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
He Will you dream of me tonight?
She Xo, I am never troubled with night
Our Little Worries and Ills.
It is the little things of life, the worries
of today and tomorrow, that make the
crow's-feet around our ej-es. So the little
pains of an hour or a minute break down
the constitution. Look after the little Ills.
BltAMiilF.Tii's Piixs cure dyspepsia, or In
digestion, headache, pain in the shoulder,
coughs, tightness of the chest, dizziness,
sour stomach, bad taste in the mouth, bil
ious attacks, palpitation of the heart, in
flammation of the lungs. Pain in the re
gion of the kidneys, and a hundred other
painful symptoms are the offspring of djs
pepsis. One or two pills every night Is
The umbrella trade in England last j ear
was practically knocked out by the drought
Take Ayer's Pills and be cured. Misery
is a mild word to describe the sufferings of
body and mind, caused by habitual consti
pation. A moderate use of Ayer's Pills
will invariably regulate the bowels.
You cannot afford to waste time in ex
perimenting when your lungs are in danger.
Consumption always seems at first, only a
cold. Do not penult any dealer to impose
upon jou with some cheap imitation of Dr.
King's Xew Discovert- for Consumption,
Couiihs and Colds, hut Imj sure you get the
genuine. Hecause he can make more profit
lie may tell jou he has something just as
good, or just the same. Don't lie dcceivisl,
but insist upon getting Dr Kline's Xew Dis-
eoverj-, which is guaranteed to give relief
in all throat, lung and chest affections.
Trial bottles freest Charles Ludlow & Co.'s
- III. I.trr. i
Mr. D. 1. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cavp. Kj-.,
sajs he was, for many jeais, ImiIIj aftiicteit
with phthisic, also diabetes; the pains were
almost unendurable and would sometimes
almost throw lilui into convulsions. He
uieo r.ieetrie Hitters ami got relief from the
tirst Isittie. and after taking six bottles was
entirely cured, and had gained in flesh
eightevn pounds. Sajs he positively be-
lieves he wonld hate died had it not been
for the relief afforded by Electric Hitters,
Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Charles Lud-
low .t uo.
Tnr. ISest Salve in flic worid for Cuts,
Bruises, S ires. Ulcers. Salt Kheuin. Kever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilhlains.
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar-
ameea to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co. '
"We see it reported that five thousand '
books are published in this country every I
year," sajs the editor of the Arizona'
Hon ler. "and vet we can't afford tn bot
any of them. We state this fact for the
benefit of the cuses who are down on our
books for several years'subscription. While
they are drinking territorial liquor with the
money that bt-lnngs to us, we are start Ing
for pure literature, or browsing dicono-!
lately on some or last jrar's patent office
reports. Our angry passions are rising and
we shall soon tie ready to go on a tour of
collection with ourtricd and trusty 'weepin.'
You hear us snort."
An Important Klemvnt
Of the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
tact that every purchaser receives a fair
piivalent for his money. The familiar
he id-line. "100 Doses One Dollar," stolen
by Imitators, is original with and true only
of Hood's Sarsaparilla. This can easily be
proven by anj one who desires to test the
matter. For real economy, buy only
HoodsSarsapprilla. Sold by all druggists.
A passenger train on a Florida railroad
stopped some fifteen miles from Cedar Key
t) prevent a collision with souiecattle.when
a black bear came trotting leisurely out of
tne woous, climoed upon the platform of a
car and entered the express room, where he
found three strings of fish and some bacon,
a'l of which went quickly InM his maw.
When the train started up the swajlngof
the car shut the door. The bear soon be
came tired of his ride, and looked about for
means of egres. Nothing appeared so v ul
nerable to attack as the windows in the
side of the car. which were protected by
iron tods about a half inch in diameter, lie
selected one of these, caught two or three
of the iron rods with his paws. and. giving
them a hug. broke and twisted them off
clean. His body was then forced through
the aperture and struck the ground like a
rubber ball. He turned two or three somer
saults aud ambled off Into the woods.
s. oVp v q. Blood Elixir la the only
teed. It is a positive core for Ulcers, Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
The west is steadily buj ing more and
more southern pig-iron.
ClmmpllnV Liquid 1'earl, SO Ontn.
Don't pay T5 unless so printed on bottle
Hellcats Children, Nursing
Mothers, overworked Men and for all dis
eases where the tissues are wasting away
from the inability to digest food, or from
overwork should take Scott's Emulsion of
of Pure Cod LlverOII with Hypophnsphltes.
"I used the Emulsion on a lady who was
delicate. It put her in such good health
and flesh, that I must say It is the best
Emulsion." I- P. Waiuiki, M. D.,
Hugh's Mills. S. C.
I have .not used all of one bottle yet I
suffered from catarrh for twelve j ears, ex
periencing the nauseating dropping In the
throat peculiar to that disease, and nose
bleed almost dailj-. I tried various reme
dies without benefit until last April, when
1 saw Ely's Cream Balm advertised in the
Boston lluihjcL l procured a bottle, and
since the first dav's ue have had no more
bleeding the soreness Is entirely gone.
D. G. Davidson, with the Boston Jhulijct.
formerly with the Boston Juurtml.
Iarla'a I'rophvlaetir Fluid.
Use it in every ick room. Will keep the
atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing
all bad odors from any source
Will destroy all disease germs, infection
from all fevers and all contagious diseases.
The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims,
M. I). Xew York, fays: "I am convinced
that Prof. Darbj's Prophj lactic Fluid b a
most valuable disinfectant"
I'awnlng Her llity'a Cluttie for Slrdicin.
A poor woman in Wales, whose lioy had
been terj' ill for several jears, had expend
ed all of her means to paj- for medicine
At last the doctors gave him up aud said
he must die. He suffered so terribly with
Rheumatism that he could not be moved.
One day some one told her about the
Mount Lebanon Shakers. The evidence of
the curative power of their Extract of
Roots w as so convincing that she pawned
the poor boy's clothing to buy a bottle of
the reined) (Siegel's S)rup), but now she
feels proud that she did so. for it was the
means of curing her son. The Shakers say
this was the result of Indigestion and that
the medicine cured the Dyspepsia, and that
the rheumatism was only a symptom of the
real disease, r or coughs the Shaker Tar
Capsules are strongly recommended.
Vhf 7 can be cured of your
s Today Vie
for thebeautHul eoliirti"pieflire
in ATNioPHORorco inWuLSr New York.
Batcbelor'ft Celebrated Hair Dye.
Beit la th wor t
nwnlcMt RMkbiI In,
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polntment, ns rldicustrm
tint , rrtamltftj tb Ml f
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tried In viin nsj known tunedr. has .liaCTWMaal
tol'le Mlt-core, which & will auil THUS, to m
a.1. ataauM. row crBo Box tt.rw Tort CM
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The ritililrrn Ask for If, I
And tbe old folks laugh when they find that
the pleasant California liquid fruit renieilj-.
Syrup of Kigs, iS miiri. easily taken and J
mora beneficial in its action than bitter, ;
nauseous medicines. It strengthens the'
liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, while)
ft arouses tliem to a health activllj. For
sale at Casper's drug More. " " i
"1 saw at once." said a physicim who
had been called ill consultation, "that Dr.
1'ellefs diagnosis was wrong; but as lie i
was in charge of the ease, of course It
wouldn't do for me to interfere." ,
thp putlent die-.'" "Oh. j es, died of 'pro-,
fesslonal courtesy' a very common ami
fatal ilieae." lliirjur'n lhi:nr.
SLEEPLESS NK1HTS. made miserable
by that terrible rough. Shiloh, Curt is the
remedy for you. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. The queen of Cores pajs an American
ll.v dis-lor. Mrs. K'lis, a salary of over
SIS.OOO ajear. 'I'lie late Mi,s Wolfe tnid
8J0.O00 ajear. The late Mrs A. T. Stew-
art pud on an average of S:1J,000 annually
to her three medical men. Mrs. C Vander-
bilt pais her doctor 510,000 and Mrs. Win
Fits-AII titssMpitil free by Dr. Kline's ,
Great N ive Uestorer. Xo tits after tir-t
daj'susi. .vlarti lous cures. Treatise and
SJ trial bolt iee to tit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, 9 Arch street. Philadelphia.,
Sale of Homls.
V0T1CE Is hereby given th.it the city of
11 sprtnitntld. Ohio, ma offer for sale P. the
hlichest and best bidder at the council chain
berln said city, on
TueaUnj, tht 1st day or Xmriubfr, A. II..
Iss7. at s o'clock p m., the bonds of aald cltr
iu ine amouni ui lour innuami. inreenund
red and thirty four I.Ttl) dollars, to be de
nominated ai follows:
One bond for the sum of seven hundred and
ninety is.soi dollars, datfd on the .".Ida-rot
uciouer, issana payable in one jearlrom
date. Four bonds of the sum ott-tcht hund
red and eighty-six i-ssw dollars each. dati-d on
the 3d day of October. ls7. and paTableln one.
two. three and four yi-ars from dat at the
omeeol tbecltj treasurer, ln thin city. Kai-h
ot said bonds to bear six per .cut pt-r annum
interest, payable seinl-Hncuatly at the ollke of
the city treasurer. In thiscltv. ou the:dda;s
of April and Oototerin each year, until the
payment of the principal thereof, said bonds
to be coupon bonds. ald bocdt to be issued
for the purpose of obtaining means t r the
construction ot the ork street rtenIoii ol
ibeTavlnrstreet sewrr.tn TKyforstret-tsevver
district, or stiver district No. J. and the cod
struclton of the .Market street seer. ln Cen
ter street sew er dlstt let. or stiver district No
t. and n lieu sold, are to be taken and paid for
by the purchtier thereof in cash.. it the office
ot the city treasurer, in this city, at such
times and In such amouuts as the i-lty council
ha!I. from time to time, oy resolution, dcslu
uate.andas the needs of the city shiltre
hldsfor the purchase of said bonds maybe
filed in writing with the city clerk at arvtlme
prior to the time above named for the sale of
satd bonds, and bld. either erbil or in writ
lag. will be received by ss.id couocil on said
1st day of November, at 5 o'clock n in. when
all bids will lie considered by the city couccil
and said bonds will be sold at not less inat:
par value aud accrual interest, subject to the
condition hereinbefore set forth, to the hish
estand best bidder.
liy order of Council.
J. .--. SHEWU.TEU.
231bs City Uerk-
To whom It may concern:
Notice ts hereby given, la pursuance of sec
tloa -J-lTiot the Kevlsed Matutes of Ohio,
that plans and specifications have been pre
pared, and are now on tile In the office of the
City Engineer for examination by parties In
terested, for the construction ot the Clifton
street sewer from tbe manhole In the Lime
stone street sewer, at the Intersection of
Limestone and Clifton streets, east in Clift u:
street 31S feet and Council designates to t
doneand proposes to do the work provid si
for In said plans and specifications.
Said sewer ts in the laylor street sevverdis
trict. orewer District No. 3, the boundaries
of which are as follows- Coinmnsfngat tne
Intersection of the north line of Huh street,
with the east line ot .Market street; thence
running east with the north line of HUh
street and the north line ot the turnpike ro id
formerly the Springfield audSoutb Charleston
turnpike, east to the east corporation line;
thence south with the east line of the corpora
Hon to the southeast corner ot the corpora
tlon; thence west with the south corporation
line to the center of Clifton street; thence
south wtth the corporation line to a corpora
tfon corner; thence west with the corporation
line to the west line of a turnpike roid.for
merly the priiufleld and Clifton turnpike:
thence north wtth the west line of said last
named road to the eld corporation lice, being
the section line between sections Xi and "i.
township .. range ;. Jl.K S ; thence west with
said section line to the east line of Market
street; thence with theeast line of .Market
street north to the place of bcginulnh:
Council will hear all parties interested In
said improvement at Its regular meeting in
the Council Chamber cf s ud city ou Tuesday.
October H.ls7. at "j o'clock p m.
Ily order of Council.
2ttain City lerk
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SKAMI.L.SS
Ahoe Id the -rorld.
aw-in. fair vaurfot-t 11.- art..
wrrntel. tmirrrt.'i. jtultou ?"
and I-ace, all sty If lor. A tjf?
BtTlas-.-. anil s1iirai.it- n CX
those cM..nr cr . AVi
iv f.. iiairnris, x
tl. 3 a-iuiM-ft adTtr-
ii tM Dy otber
rotate Ml HIM
ttaaiesl aa Ws-i cf - ! 1
Boys ill wear theW. I- IOrL.tS SS S1IOK.
If your dealer docs tint keen them. end your canieou
posui loW.L DOCGLAS. Ilrockton, Mass.
BOSTON SHOE STOKE,
Mo. 9 Kat Main Street, sprlnjlleld, O
THOS. MILLEK & SOX'S
FILL MID WINTER GATALOGUE
OF LADIES' AXD GENTLEMEN'S
Now rvady and sent free on application.
THOS MILLER & SONS,
6th Arenue. corner 2-d Street. NEW VORK.
Youll find it good to rci-a-
Tbe organs of both small
It cbecks Airs- JJfadacM,
and tbe woe
That sad Djrapeptlca erer
Besides tis pleasant to tho
So cone need gulp It down
WANTED-LAlUhS for our Kali and Christ
ma. trade, to take Unfit. pleasant work at
their own homes. 31 to M prr day can be Qui
etly made. Work sent by mall any distance.
Particulars free Noeanvasslm. Address at
nnce.CIlEM'ENT AKT CO., 117 -Milk street.
boston. Jls. 110x5170.
CIVI1.. MECHANICALkiiiI Ml.M.Xi K..
I'.INKKRIMl at that Heu.aelxer 1'oljr
technie Institute, Troy, X. Y. The oldest
ttncineerlnE school In America. Ne.t term
bet-ins September 11th. The HeKlster for 1st?
contains a list ot theeraduates for the paste!
years, witn tneir positions: also course oi
study, requirements, expenses, etc. Candi
dates from a distance, or those llvlne in dis
tant states, by special examinations at their
homes, or at such schools as they may be at
tending, may determine the question of ad
mission without vlsitim Troy. For Keglste
and full information, address
David M.IIiiim, Director.
Tb Orlffinifcl and Only Gen Dine
RaaJaa4lwa7.a.Uhjst. lOvai-a f wavrthltw Imltattoe-a.
k!-maal ta LADIES. Ak H.r Drarjat ft
CI.LfcwHiV Eavliak aad Uka M oUter. ar laSo-v 4a.
asUaM) tat a far aswtiralara UtUr b r-ataja BxatL
Bali mj Braarataaa mtrwtiassw aak -srkbks
i m v.asB W k
w II rjiMrtTtirn nrni'iv l A
w w .maj -.. m .-. s
i nrjfluuiuti iiuaiAii. IB
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If liquid Ferl la taa woa. -SW
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W f ROTALIlXCtl. B
Tins ponder never varies A marvet of do
rlty. strength ,wm whies-imeLess Moreeco
nnn.tcst thm the . nllnry kind, and cannot
ues-ddlncompetitHiii with " multitude of
niw iesi. sn.iri neural, aicm or phosphate
powders s.,m niy ln ran1t Kotil Bakiso
I'rnv in a Co.. lef, Wall street. N'ew York.
Unlike, many of tb o-sclV1 "Cum- frill d
jaut what U clam-wri for it. It la mmmtmMtr
to quirkry mad rEIMIANE.NTaLV Ct'KK
ARE YOU A SUFFERER?
DO YOU WANT RELIEF?
IT WILL CURE EVEN YOUt
WILL YOU TRY A BOTTLE?
5i.OO 70R A QUART I0TTLE.
A (!! Inr-.tm.fat mad Quick lUter-a.
For Sale t-y DritfrisU. Wine Merctuutts aad
Gm-rl lrJ-ri eTerrirht-ra.
s . rns.n.rn.:vs c. ixger ai.e
IS 30LD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Hrrw't III .ni.wri
1 1 iiniiiiin-mwwfiHi
lil.LJa. I I.1.MI.U.VVI
:-nii.f.ct4. fur i-ur c unci h.tx.f .va(e "LmbroitS
try Silk, wiull ct-n : la Hfet-iim. Wholcul pmicS
List .nti.nljv. htc aj plkiiUoo L M?cumpale4 bf
'Judicious ADvcsmsina istmc
Kcystonc to sueeisa."
P. HUBBARD CO.,
Judicious Advertising Agcitso ,
Experts, dcsicncrs. Engrav
ers AND ELtCTROTTPtRS.
NCW HaVCN. CONW.
Lowest Prices consistent with
First Class aertica.
aaaaecaa liar FREE To o-
ano w.nt SoaiNcaa.
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( pa.t -. race.
IJWL AGENTS Sffla
To lTLfn anil woQ-nofMb
ergv .t..l atiiUty. acehiaa
srjl iMnii sati!t iSa swiaaaM-
1 ht a, hcfwciksoa a I
rn d i pin w tlch m labor
ana ciauiicj; enormouair
Weeki. trm), on Hb-?rr-l terms to t re
turnei n my fxoense If not s.itiSfactory
intlntio mrit naslnit It a rhrnominAl mi
"T -TWf. I.nti-4.a-4rirxT.IiriaQ(l trDfl
(T-tL,hr all rra4 t S II t tf---a Tr II -Mr ii aaaaraaaa
lit! imcl, AA.Z.ietXeaUnmtX'rcGTltMLM
Ouar- BEST IM THE
anieea perlect sJJV WORLD!
ulte Iv, a sr
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Bt-. -stmI fr
. Insane Psrscnt Kestortw)
IlNPALLlltLt ifukra aa di-eftcd. Aa Fa mltw
tist afiV utr Treaue ai $i mal bottl freata
tmr-r Afr stfrettant till. EPtZrtn. sMC.
Irrx-etvei. s-is! iMinv, P 6 aifct .. adslrrta a
liflict-ilhslJ KI.ll-:jtit Art-hSt-.rTrilirflelTliiJi Pa.
8ctj IrtUaiiTttMi. SLU'AJLE Oi- IMTATIXG fJtMUDS,
Tic Grr.t t rEli.h fmrrfttlwa
Cures II -uatic. .s'peTN,ifoaTAi,
.rtuiOn&, im;Njie-nciranuail ins-!
eases cmwM by fr-if-abuso or In-
illarrHtlon. On. rL-iclcus- SI. six B3J
(batoi-xI Br mail W-ito for Pamphlet- fAtrca
EurcUa Cltentlrnl ., Detroit, Illekv.
Ca'l on or address Theo. Tr-nr-e,drat(tst
corner Main And Market srrerts. Sntlna-lald
ln all 'nJaaaa
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, 60 TO
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALEKS IH
GR.VND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276.
BRANCH OFFICE AMD YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND
W 1 ?AtrmKAlmmFr LawiaiUW
U1IITIP1C, UOUaiaMi,-! Uill'V; UHH
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KAILKUAD TIME CAKD.
Plrttbarg, Cincinnati ami St. Loot, nail
war Coaipaa Pan Handle Boole.
Under schedule in .effect September 25,
1887, trains leave Springfield, central stand
ard time, for Xenla, Cincinnati and Colum
bus, "7:15 a. m.. f. r Dayton fl:i5 a. m.,
for Xenla and Indianapolis 10tM a- m.,
jor Xenla, Cincinnati, Columbus. Indian
apolis and Chicago, 5:10 p. m.; for Xenla,
Dayton and Cincinnati, i -25 p. m.
Trains arrive in spru.gu Id at fT:15 and
"10:20 a. m., 5:00 p. m. and 5:40 p. in.
Daily, t Daily, except Sunday.
Saw Dontis, Ticket AgenL
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New York. Boston X Clnciunatt x t .'. pm
aaaiTi raoa south.
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oaten without ebaaaa.
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POMd anttralf ot sleepers, east ot CleTelanC
TtuaWbilcwMn frora BprtDjcield. Kakea
BawYorttn JOH boon and Boston la 3434
9. H. KHIOBT.
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U. r. A. SBrtaeDsld. 0.
V. T, Tmum. a Ohio K. K.
All trains ran on Central time mlaatea
slowsr than city tlrae.
ratm lsati oouo iabt.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10-28 a. m.
" 2. Aceom.. dally except hunday. 3:Jj p. m.
" 1J. Atlantic Ex dally 2:10 a.m.
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No. S. Clo. A St- Louis Ex.. dally 2;I0 a. a
" 1. Aoeom,dallyeiept snndAy.10Ai7a.ra.
J. St. Louis 1U.. dally . 3.59 p. m.
No.4kaatsleaDers.but noehamra of raraln
ItbereaM throuth to New York. No. 5 baa
tnrooin steeper to sr Louis
Free hack to trains to all oolnts east nf. ana
taeladlac aortb Lewlsbunt.
lonieunuiu poiata ana rartber lntosw
, . . Axeat.n Areada.
Telsphone call 310.
IndiaaBW. Blvwwalnfton and Wnurs Ball.
ABBJTI raoa aoxra.
1 Cincinnati Express
5 SaaanskTand dsrlnrfleld E:
3 Columbus Mall
a(siti rtoa iast.
1 Nlxht Express....
5 Chicago. St. L. A
Kan. City llm
.bt-L.Jt Kan.Clty Ex..
iiuti raoa wist.
2 Eastern Express
i AHaauc jtsu..
New York Limited.
Diraar ooisg soath.
Z Lakeside Express.
4 rut-ln-Bay Express.
i Sprlagtleld and Sandusky
DITABT UOIAO XaST.
2 Columbus Kipress
t Columbus Aeeommodation-
New fork Limited
DiraaT eoixo wast.
i mini express-
S Chicago, St. L. A Kan. City llm
j i-nicago. oi. I., a nan. uiry tx
Ohio fsoathern RjUlrond.
aiaiTi rioH eocTH.
3 Balnbrldre Accommodation.
1 Mall and Express
Dirts? ooiso SOCTB.
2 Mall and Express 10 25 a m
4 Balnbridge Aecemmodatlon 5 35 o a
All trains marked ran dallyiall others da:Iw
except Sunday. Standard tlme.wbtch Is a
minutes slower than Spr nefleld city time.
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LYON at HEALYj
MECHANIC. Telephone 254.
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