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REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20. 1887.
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IHURSHT LVEKtaC. OCTOBER 20 1887.
BEPUBLIClli STATE TICKET.
J. 15. lOUKhhl'.
W CM ON".
Supreiie Judce Oong termt.
upreme Judge (short term).
J C. BROWN
Member I5oa-d Public Works.
Ilth Senatorial District.
For Sute senator.
THOs. . COM f.ILU
I- BEPUBUG1N &DUKT1 TiCRtT,
OEORaC C. RAWLINS.
JOUX C. AIILLKet.
JAMr a. RsBBITTS
i. A. TODD.
JOUX M. STEW ART.
We hive reseaed the sute from bankruptcy
and maintained and advanced her credit to
tlieulEhest point It has ever reached Ue
hae larcelT reduced the public bonded debt,
we have cut down the interest charee so as to
make, each year. a savinc on that account
alone of ;ST JO, we have stopped the decline
of the aggregate of the personal property of
the state on the duplicxte for taxition e
have lareely increast-d thai ckcri gate, and
thus, hy briacing eevv values oa the du;!lcnte.
have reduied the burdens thai rrcviously
rested on the lands and other v Isible propel ty
of the state. We have erea'ly cheel ed the
growth of local Indebtedness, an 1 have, by
taxing the llinor tnfae. relieved the annual
burdens of letMl motion to the extent of
nnu.nfl. We havei-cured honest elections In
all the cities, and we have once more given
Cincinnati a creditable covernnieut and a
good name.' -' irakr'd 0113 uiecU at
Some ven hue business buildings will be
put up in Springfield in lss5.
Springheld real estate is stiffening its
spine. It will increase In rexl value within
the next six months.
Governor Talor. of Tennessee, wel
comed President Cleveland to Memphis, in
"behaif of all nj people." That w as s) n -metrically
Tlie democrats of tlie countr are no"
pleased n.th (lovemor roraker, but the re
ttublieans hard!) ever nominate a candidate
who is Iikel) to please toe -democrats not
ir they know it.
Judge Dial's article lnth IIV(ri Chrl
tlnn Allocate, in which he shows how the
Partisan prohibitionists defeated atiti-liiiior
legislation b) their at t on by running can
didates for tlie legislature in close counties,
"two) ears ago, is having a run m the repub
lican newspapers of the state.
Gen. ltoll) Lewis, the veteran hotel man
(of the Gibson, Cincinnati), is in nuite
poor health and is visiting his sister. Mrs.
Aeon, in his native village of London
OVU-ll .- . S. ....v . L.....,.i, ,
boll) wa acnui) of William, Gustaviis
and John Foos. in their earl) dav s, and is
one of those congen.al gentlemen who are
liked b) everybody.
Tlie State ot Ohio is still spreadmc her
self. Cleveland has moved into a good
many states in the 1 1st two vv ctks. Pitts
Ilats! Don't credit that Cleveland to
Ohio. Ue shot through the state in the
night time, in fear all the time that Foraker
would wake up and reach for 1 tin. Ohio's
CI 'v eland is ijuite another institution
handsome, intelligent and progressiv e.
October 15, ist. w as the greatest ua)
the Memphis . I jijtcil ever knew, in all the '
47 years of its existence, foro-i that daj it
made the greatest effort of its life. In honor
of the visit of Grover and Mrs. Cleveland.
It had 16 pases of matter, with two broad1
sheets covered with illustrations, etiua! to '
tie pes more. The -.IjijKtif, with its'
new dress, metropolitan dimensions and fast
press, is taking rank among the great news- s
papers of America. It must be said, too, ,
that the Aipail is maLing a good record in
its fight against tlie domination of the shot-'
run mad the bull-dozer, and in behalf of
law and older iu the south.
lion It A llarriiou, ot Columbus for
merly of tliiscitj Is one of the fairest a
well as one of the ablet 1-ivvje.rsvvn have.
In Ohio, and what lie savs has grtat weight
mill our judges, from those on the toiu
mon pleas bench uvi to those in the su
preme court. In speaking of the "mixed
school" matter. In replj to questions from
the Washington Court House school iRiard,
he declares that "the onI object in enact
ing M-ction 400s," tvlilcli was repealed bj the
last legislature, was to "authorize stliool ,
boards to organize separate e hooN for col
ored joutli, and that "evldcntl) the abso
lute repeal of said section 400s was inteiij
ed to take ana) the poner to maintain at i
j public expense separate schools for colored
I children" Mr Harrison further sas
The onl) Ksible object or purpose which
the legislature could have hart in repealing
said section was to pretent. in the future,
such separate schools. It is true that sec- '
tions "?.is7 and 401 1 confer upon boards ot
school directors large di-sretionar powers
Hut in neither of these sections is there an) I
reference to an) discriiuinition btweeii
white and colored children in the organiza
tion ami administration of common hooN.
and the enactment of set tlon 400s shows'
that the legislature did not understand that i
either of said sections .NT and 401o au
thorized serate schools for colored chll-1
dren to beorcanized TlmleKislaturewoiild
undoubted!) have modified the provisions i
of thee sections w hen they repealed sec-1
tion 400S if. in their judgment, the iower
expri-ssl) conferred b) that section can be
exercised under sections "'is:; and 401 '..
The quer) iH-tumsl to me whether tho
repenluig act had an) other legal effect than j
to preve'it Urn orgAiilzat'ou of s. parntti
sJiioIs for enlnred joutli i.i school districts i
in which mh seliools hail not heen organ
ized when the act was passed, so that in
districts in which such schools had bet n
organized when the act passed separate
st iioiils miclit he continued, Un full con
sideration 1 am convinceil that such an m
terpretation of the act is inadmissahle, lor
1. biicli a lmiiteil effect and operation of
thestitute would defeat the manliest m
teution of tlie Itgislature in repealing Sec
tion 400S winch was to abrogate in this
state all legal distinctions on the basis of
J. The action of school directors which
does not in ate contractus obligations is
not )erniiuent in its nature and operation,
and is subject to legisla'ive control.
The Knights of Labor of this countr)
,eclcs,sl their annual
session at Mlllllf
I spoils, and the) sustained Mr. Towderl) in
I all the positions he Ins taken H) a vote
of llto'J'i. theydecidetl that Knights of
Labor, tn parade, shall carr) nothing but
state or national colors, and tlie rule pro
hibiting the sale of liquors at picnics was
sustained against a motion to chance b) a
vote of 104 to 4s. Tlie action in both these
cases, cannot be ton highly commended. It
shows the patriotism and moral force of
tlie order. Tlie next annual meeting of
the order is to f held in IndianajHiIis. Of
the results of tl e discussions and actions.
the Associated I'ress report speaks as fol
Tlie feeling among the matoritv of the
delegates to the assembl) is that the genei
al results of the present session are most
gratifying. While there have been la eh
tights over several matters, the organisa
tion is as strong as ever, and legislation
has been enacted which will be of great
v alue to the order 111 the future. Mr. Ton -deri)
said: "In a nutshell, I think that the
legislation passed at the present scsion
will be greatl) benehcial to tha organiza
tion. A good man) important changes in
tlie constitution have been made. The
poorer features have been abolished and the
amendments adopted will, I think. 111 the
end. prove to lie just what was needed. I
look for a health) increase during the coin
Tlie organization doubtless has Its faults,
like ail other organizations but it is cer
tainly making progress in tlie right direc
tion. , A ph)sIoIogIcal expert sa)S tothelEt
I'l 111 ic that nobod) should ever swallow a
grape seed. There Is a little duct at a cer
tain point in one's interior arrangements,
into which, if a grape seed enter, the death
of the person swallowing the seed is sure
to ensue, at once. Xobod) has ever)et
discovered an) use or design of this duct.
except to punisli. occasionally, the swallow
ing of grape seed. One may swallow a
bundled thousand or more, w about harm
to liitu. but, on the other hand, the ver)
j tifst one he swallows ma) kill linn.
The unfortunate people ho did not see
1 Cleveland at Atlanta were comforted b)
this speech of a Georgia Confederate colo
nel, as reisirted b) Fred Musse):
Next week there will lie a fair at Macon.
Come dow n there and we will show )ou a
presidentlhat will have no swords and
banuets between him and his people
That president w ill be Jefferson Dav is, and
ill the southern people, and all the people
of the world can come up and shake the
hand of that splendid, beloved and honored
hero of the south, and no ba)onet or sword
of its militia shall interpose.
In the Xoveinber number of the ftmnit.
Senator Colciuitt. of Georgia will attempt
I to defend the democratsof the south against
tlie charge that the) suppress the negro
voteb) intimidation and fraud. The sena
tor is a man of honest) and ability, but he
will hnd that he has undertaken the most
ponderous coutract of his life. All the
same, ever)bxly will be mtere-ted 111 read
ing what he has to sa).
l'resident Barnard, of the Columbia col
lege, has prepared for the funim, for No
vember, a sharp article on the Knights of
Labor, in which he charges them with
"blockading industr)" and "attempting to
co rce society." Mr. Ponderl) should read
and carefully consider this article and re
pl to it, and he probabl) will. Hoth arti
cles will doubtless lie instructive as well as
Taili-cra-ili I lues in China.
One obstacle that his stood in the w.tv
of planting that exotic, the telegraph pole",
in C hiuese mil has been the widespread
Ixlief among the iieasautry that the
strange whispering wires the) support
when strung along nt er grave)artls exert
a lialeful influence upon the long shsrp of
llieir reverts! ancestors ,s nearlv ever)
hilltop in China is crowned hy the tomls
of limcnted forefathers, it h'-is lieen verv
diflieult to seieit routes for telcgiiph
lino where the wire-, were not likel) to
fall 11 pre) to the popnhir prejudice against
them It is noteworthy that the great
tclegriph line which is "to connect Ic kin
with huroiie will take a short cut to the
Gobi desert, and will pass through less
than .Am null s of inhabited countr) in the
' . ...... .... .........,,,,, L'-llilll.l III till"
P) miles lo Kiacht i, where it will join
the liusslan lines New 'i ork Jsi
How SiiMem Xlnnlt.
When a spider is preparing In moult it
stops tating for several tlivs and fi-tcns
lt-clf bj a short line of web to one of the
main lines of Us si, ire. which holds it
i firmly w bile it proceeds to undress 1 he
' skin cricks all around the thorix, nnd is
he Id onl b the front edge. N'extthcnli
tlonit n is uncovered Now comes the strug
gle to fret; the legs It works and kicks
vigorous, mil s-ecms to have vcr hard
work, but coi'timicd ierscverance for
about fifteen minutes brings it out of the
old dress and it semis nlmost lifeless and
is lunp and helpless for several minutes,
but graduall) mines back to life and looks
brighter uud prettier titan before. -
A lr.lcii Jikr,
DinAlenoger.es complains bitterly of the
eou luct of ins son. He relates at length to
an nl I fnend oil the J oung man's escapades.
"You should fpt-ak to hun with firmness to
call him to his eluty," says the friend.
"Hut btvpavs not the least attcrtion to
what I say. He listens only to the adv ice of
fools. I wish you would talk to him." lUx.
When you want Rood coal go to Whe'don
A. Merrill, Grand open house.
HE IS MODEST.
Mr. Klaaawattnr's I.ITimU to Work Up
Mr Km'! KiesowetUr, auditor of state
and i in lid He for re election, is running
n little c.impiign all lij himself He hsj
this week, moved upon the l)eiiHMr.itie
papers through the state, and informed
them of w It it lie wishes done in his !
half On Thurscliv, October t -Mr
Kiesewetter. who is uuw.tuditorof state.
s nt out to the Democratic newspaper ed
itoi of the stite the following, which is
pre .uinnlilv written on stnte hou-e sta
tin lerv ami stamped w ith state hems
( ou MBls, O , Oct 0 lsST
"Jvthtur - -
' l)i i: s.in If j on cm co l-i-tesetU
give lite iuLlcistsl m itter space in an e irly
issue of vour pipir jou will vr) greatly
oblige ver) trulv,
"Kmii Kii-hvi ith.
Xow auv one who has.iuv doiilits aliout
Mr Kiescwt Her ltelug in tdest need emlj
li ail tlie printed document, pre pared 1)
himself, which is luelosed with the abute
letttr mil which Mr Kiesewetter asts
DimcK nitic inlitors to give spice in their
p ipe rs
The m itter would nil oe r n column in
auv piper in O'uo anil starts oh with
the aniioun'i ment that lion -mil Kitse
wetter ii is now In en auditor of state for
nearlv four ve us In the next sentence
Mr Kiesewetter re nt irks He is enti
tied to re election li such n decisive m
jontv s sit ill siutliitutl., uidiirse and
itlesi his able and houesi public sen ice s
I his is Mr Kiesewetter s language,
md tittle is no doubt th it he holds to
this notion if no on- else lit the st ue
tltH's and lint he would fullv indorse the
mevsjiiper which would print this fill
mie eulogy of himself prepired bv
liiinse If Next folhievs a iustorv if the
gcntlem in tilling how he was educ itesl,
and then detailing his cnlisttiK'nt it the
trinv md telling his achievements there
Ml Kiesewetter next to tills editori tl
ludoise nit lit savs thai I or-ikcx and his
tutnfiuis de iiiiiince Ar Kit ewtttt r as a
rclxd and a coppcrhiLtd T he next si ue
ment is indetsl nsionishiiig It i.lliis
During tins time he was for severs I
veirs t me iiiImt of the (olumbiis cilv
t eon to it e lit ii tb it l,iNle 1 ml .1 lneh 1 Ii ir
,.,.,r fir 111,r,illni.. .... hon.stv"
1 m.,,, iili,,l xsvf- ur uivlbbi - .iboiit lus
n. eletietl atieMarof 1 rmklin isiuntv,
comes ihe follonug "His n-ctird as and
I itor of hrinklm cotintv was one to lie
I proud of md one that the taxptvers of
thecouutv, without distinction of partv
commend and applaud "
Following this is a stitenient tint he
kept the taxes down to the lowest prae
tual limit, indicating that Mr Kie-e
wetter has not vet learned tint the
auditor his verv little to do with the
.mount of the taxes Then lie tells how
the people of Franklin countv rose up in
the ir might and elected hiui for 1 -coiiil
term In an awful majorit. Ihtiihe'cie
tails his nomination 111 lss:! for auditor
of si ue, which was followed, according
te this ctliMn ll. b) his lieing triumph
nntlr ele-ted ' his vote lieing 'among
the highest givtn to auv candidate w ho
was elected with him "
riitn Mr Kiesewetter goes on to tell
heiw his services have been of great Inn
ctit to the people of the stale, and how
he his rcfti-cel to give wnrrtnts upon the
treastirv on improper and fraudulent nc
jotiuts, ninth will lie something eutirelv
new to ever) one except those- who ma)
haveliecn taken into Mr Kitsewetter's
confidence Ik fore he wrote this able edi-
'onal rtvievv of his own excellencies and
great achievements. His next -entente
ras evidently not submitted to Mr.
Powell before that gentleman made his.
Matistield speech, as there is discxVp
ancv between the statement of, tlie lleni'
sciatic candidate for gov ernorrSunJllit
the Democratic cindidate for auditor.
Here is what Mr. Kiesewetter sa)s in his
rditonal "His far seeing and watchful
core have kept the st tte pipers from go
ng to protest when the reckless extrava
rmce of a Republican administration
,v as driving on toward baukriiptcv "'
ltight here one might inrjuire what is
Ihe evidence of extravagance on the part
if the lit publican legislature, as when
tlie appropriations made bv the Kepuh
licau legislature were f l.'Jii I'd (11 less
for lv7 thxn this same Mr Kiesewetter,
iiulitorof state, had estimated would tie
necessarx Auditor Klesewttttr esi
in tied tint the appropriations netessarv
'or 17 would lie fl :',0e,O74 01, while the
legislature appropriated ! 0t' $;; .r.
Kiesewetter should hive considered this
Hfore he wrote this editorial about him
self His able isimiueii 1 1I1011 of hi own
administration ends with a lurid para
gtaph in winch he states the following
"As the chit f limine! it officer of a grcit
st ite lie has never Ik 111 -llriiassfnl In anv
preclesessiir 1 he n he refers to John
llnuuli. William I) Morgm who he
savs stand out in financial ln-torv as of
the HiM class and then m that Mr
Kiesewetter's administration will com
ptre favorably with that of tither of
tlieni. anil also savs that greater praise
than that hath no man 111 public lift
Mr Kl'sewetlertloses liv the aniioiinie
'ment He is verv popular throughout
the st ite. ami ve predict his tmimplnnt
When these editomls ls-gin to show
up in the Democratic in -vspipi rs of the
stale vir Kiesewetter will pmliiblv In
come verv ninth intliteil with the pruse
he is receiving and it is nrh ips a shame
to tltpnve him of the ls'Iief tint onlv
hinise'If and Ihe editor who prints them
will know that Hit) einnuited fi-oin the
man .ilioiit whonitlie are written Ihev
were not mailed from Columbus until
0 10 a in on Thiu-silav. Oetolar 0 and
they have not et made their ipiearance
Ih all) of the Dcmocritic pipers and
this anununci ment will perhaps hurrv up
the editors 111 printing them toobligeMr
s-nmeof them mar he-sit tte to print it
until the learn whetht r the state or Mr
Kiesewetter is 10 pa) the lull but there
should lie 110 hi sitat ion on this 111 1 mint,
as when the bill is sent to Mr kicse
witter he will uiidoubteillv honor it No
Ik tier ludlc stm 1 than this could be given
almiit the- iclati uis of the candidates on
the Democratic slate tiiket, and of Mr
Ku -1 wt iter's n.iinioii of the chances of
their tatidiilatc-st as well as Ins opinion of
himself He probablv remembers Gov
ernor lloadlv s storv uIhuU the man who
ml he praised hiinnelf because if ha
didn t no one would
Toulclit ami Tomorrow Xglif,
And each da) and night during this week
ou can get at T. J. Casper's drugstore. 41
Fast Main street, Kemp's llaNam for the
1 'I liroat and Lungs, acknowledged to lie the
j most sue eessful reined ever sold for the
cure of Cough, Croup. Ilronchitis, Whoop-
Iing Cough, Asthma and Consumption. Get
a bottle odin and keep it alwavs in the
heiiise. so jtiu tan check ) our cold at once.
Price 10c and 51 00 simple bottles free.
The dot tens in iv all I ill., and thev tp iv
hlovr and sav Ihcv ctiuciue this nnd tore
that, but when it tumes to telling anv
thing alsmt a man's stom icli thev ri-iot
there I haveiome ! the conclusion tint
the les.- medicine a man puts into 1 is
f-toiaach the lutttr for himself s,lllce
liave quit taking medicine I have been nil
right If I had ki pt on putting an apoth
ecary shop under mv vest I might now v
out where the birds are sini'ig .mil the
learns nre rustling The bent medicine
for n man is a good, healthy meat That's
what I n'li taking now. It beats pills,
and it knocks tcasiioonnnel tablcspoonfuls
of nauscatms stuff higher than Gilderoy's
kite Globe- Democrat.
It is estim itcd that the tliscov cries, in
ventions and coniiKimids iuteutcd each
jear in the United States mid never
amounting to nil thing cost $-1,000,000.
Germans nre crovTilmc out lie l!rlii.A
shipping in Japanese water.,.
THE CITY 01- NANTES.
A PEOPLE WHOSE COSTUMES ARE
OF ECCENTRIC DESCRIPTION.
A lriic- lr..n the srtiDrUI I Iff al tlie
J-irmli Mital II elike Meal at a
Hotel lt lite Ipal ltiilnt Mrrvt!
ltii)alil' e.ii.l..li nt the ( llv
Xante sinkes a cert in ihir-icier from
the sta, from the Ilshtrmi n and from till
the timer Ivjies of liiiinauitv wlio tlwell
along the co ist of this clep iilinc nt mid of
Morliihiii vvtll on up lowanl llrct 1 he
rosiumes of ll st Kstplc an of 1 lie most
eccentric description ,, mucli so th it it is
said that nowhere else in Friiicec.in there
! stii sue h i varictv. Sum are strik
I incl) picture stjne There is the. k iant
woniin, foriiisi ime whose business it i,
I to cultivate eirlv Hitatcs.
neir Noinnituticr mid Itring Ihim to in ir
kct "she we irs a skirl cniiiing just below
the knee s a mm illc ip. tome sort of apron,
checked er otherwise and his the
fiHit, ankle ami cilf entirrlv existsed or
sh(H ur (U)ts mvltU ,h.1P( 1I1(, stoVk.
lugs close iv titling and often of intricit
p litem I liet shtv-j and hosier) are tin ir
special wt tki,es a. id it is not rile to see
1 among them a w 11 iiiide foot and ankle
J 'Hie entire cxvstu'iie is coinmoiil) in j-olier
colors and neatlv kept On the contrarv,
I vou see little girls with long skirts com
nig to tlie Mil's of the shite, who look as if
i th(. ,, Jw kIt,,,KMi fronioneof Van
j (ikes ihirtmtts
As a spocinit n of the mile costume of
Morbih in, vve have the low crowned
round topped hit of velvet, or of strew or
ftltlsiund v.iih velvet vcr) jiuiily, or,
as the hre.ch would sav chic The
jtcket is soiiKihing like the voluminous
exle nor girine nt of our ancestors of the
f-ev niles nt 'i centurv but i j icket ull the
Mine, iiid gav with lows of buttons so
Ihicklv set that Ihev overlip one an
other The coll ir of the shirt is as broad
as a ship's m uiisiil It is ojieu in fnmt
and rises siitriv up Islilitd the head, serv
mgasa lufkgroiind In if ice that is the
picture of iiiiiiKince ami a quaint as the
It is aplei-int relief to get awav from
tlie hiUilv artilinal life and the hlghlv ar
title nl articles of fiKni md drink nt I' ins
even ton stuptl .mil not overt It anl) place
like "X mles 1 he countr) olTeis its treas
urts more gcncrousl) thin the 1 it v It is
pie assnt lo know tint the wines if thev
Clos Vuiia-ctit I'onnrtl, Chateau
( li id 111 Vtiieu, are at least all
tliev pretend to Is- tli it you are near the
place where Hsiple produce the ir own but
lei anl lav then own eggs, where thev
evn put the butter mi the table and stu
th-ir milk at four cents a cut irt from the
vctgons in the stn-et and at theconur
groceries It is re illr Willi a hoinelike
fending lint ou sit clown fo breakf 1st or
dinner 111 a hotel in a town in Anjou, or
at the hotel -it Vnnte oil which I lie
stowed inv humble pairomge Ihesiill
lii'ss that irvaeles the dining room Is sol
emu You he ir twoof thiee ilns buzzing
lxhind the lice curt mis tint dripc the
windows Sum look up to the ceiling not
paiuttsl bv Michael ngeln bin bv Mime
iitilmiiiortaliesl local fresco painter, m
mutation of theskv tui tion I reiiieni
lier ever to hive scsn ex ittlv such shades
of blue in the linn iineiit licfnre Hut no
nutter 1 lie ch mill hirs are attached to
the ceiling with blue rihlmna luintetl lint
thereon, the ends elriwn out side w a) s nnd
held in the Kaks of doves, the sjieciis
nnd the school of art U'liig alike imf.i
miliir Into tho room stial furtivclv from time
to tunc representatives of the N'nntals
bourgcoise solid, Milium, fuuertal who
Irintiuill partake of the steral iotirse
and then st il aw a) as stetHhil) as they
entered Peril ips thiix- enters a whole
Breton famil) ftther. mother, sous
daughters mid 1iimc all of vv horn make
the sign of tlie cross Ik fore taking their
places "lhiir dress is timet and their
manners almost as reverential (is if the)
were in cliurrli The repast is "served bv
ll ... ,t,( M ..I V..1..1. . XI.. .... I. Il.t.iut
t.iie imiiuiu ktt."" ifiiv- i i. iiiiii lii
tfwiiuiii )oii seeui laiiieey etf Trroneci. us
having seen in the opcfsl'nf; ''XJie llngue
'Jiots " '1 lieir tint) is iierformedflecorouslv
innil entircl) in keeping with 'the sur
rouudings There is none of liewnnlage
to often seen at French tables The
cuisine is nthcr rem irkable for its pro
fusion tlnn its tine finality, thus reversing
the Parisian rule sonle dishes are even
left on the table where jicrsons can help
themselves Nothing could Is; more
un Pansj m The butter is of a char
acter to attract attention There are
jierlnps twent per-ons nt table (com
parative v few im-sotis come to Xante!
and there are four rolls of golden
butter ili-tnbuted along Ihe table
each weighing nt least a iuind. -md, like
evcrvthing else offertsl ou, it is ' a elisue '
tion' Then oi drink, if vou aie dis
posed, a w hule Imttle of w lute or ret! vv ine.
Tlie hotel is, I lielieve, the Is-st in Xante's,
and vour lirnkf ist and dinner cost ou
to-ethir onlv live Vanes a il iv, while a
good room cents only thrte francs more !
In ctiining from Cholet to X mles I made'
the- acquiiii'nncc of a joum. liwvcrofl
l"oitiers, a rov ilist bj bir'linlid ilitica)
preference' and a most eh inning and in
lilligent travelm.M'fimimuion Hesmlta
me. "Ximtes is a x tile de luxe" As 1
have alrcadv rem irked, this is not Intt
niatcsl loihe sti-jmgir Tliere is nothing
in the hon-es or shops tint would indicate
it 'I hcu is I met him m the evening he
conducted me through vvlnt he said was
the priniiii.it business street the onl)
b'lsuicss street in fact a thoroughfare
narrow and crooked like the rest, h lit a
mile in length and hiving on cither side
couimonpliee shops, bacll) lighted and
with iioor displivsof fjoods in the win
tlows There wtre no carnages, but it
was llllesl with a crowd of promen iders
walking pursiselv to and fro and look
ing hstlesslv into the nninterestmg
windows, as I hive seen tJiiiii in
the sm dlcr towns of It ilv or else
where in Fnroiie There was now In re
else to go theatres lieing elix-isl nnd sum
mcr nmiisc un nts conspicuous bv their
absence 'Ihe rich were at the watering
places, the poor were amusing themselves
in low drinking hou-es, such as are seen
in the pitures of Temers nnd Meen. of
tviK-s Ih tl are universal ami li ivc Ik-cu for
There are. hnwevir. at Xmtcs things
tint are solid substantial and elegant in
the wh) of art and architecture The
cathedral and other churches are among
tlie fuest i.i KtKince, and theie are statues
of kiiiss and oth-r csHirmes in them, or
here' ami lleie lu avenues and streels .
alsiut Ihe citv. There is a librarv of lfrl,-'
(" volumes, uinl the museum of paint
:ngs and si ituerv, the dnest in France
imtsiile of Pan- and Versailles It is well
worth a v i-n I went to the castle, which
Is not so m,iss,c and interesting as that
nt Angn-s, and liettir preserved, un! from
the top of the dungeon tower the concierge)
poiuti-il out to me th it great place of the
finious nova les. oneot the most infamous
reminiscences of the revolution Albert
SutlilFe in .s-aii f rancirco Chronicle.
Kr. tan-ant sialic.
Col Kedbcek went into a 1'ark row re-tau-lant
the other dav, an 1 c ailing a waiter to
his tahleoreleied a l-cf stew, two eggs fne.1
on one -i le. a piece of pineapple ,,le and a
cup of e-olTee with plntv of milk. 1,e aiter
walke.1 to a hols in the wall and warbled:
' duel, r- pie-ei ver' 1'airo'white wings,
Minm Mde up; Er South Ainencan gime-i-loue'
Cup o" jailer with a choker ou!"
Saw Yot k (star
Mrk Willi tnilrty.
'Ginidbv. mv el. ii 1 e said to his wife a.
the Ml rang for nil a-hoie. "Ihnpejou will
i nn.r n ,ien-aiu eitengewun Tour flieliels
i hut I shall l.itk uh aniieij to hear of
your safe arrival "
I "(shall I table from Qtifenstown, Johnr
"Heavens, noi N-nd a jKtaI card." New
A Slitsriilar Author.
It Isisaid that Bulwer de-cnlied women aa
cigels in his Uoks. and whi ped bis wife at
home, vVell.u man whofolionsth Mdentart
profetssiou of an author must have some sort
of exercise Bulwer n be commended for
not taking his wife awnv from horn to whia
bar. Xoirittoau Herald.
Wh) suffer with that aching head when
vou may be cured with A) er's Cathartic
Send a two-cent stamp to Dr. .1. C. Ayer
A Co., Lowell, Mass., for a set of their at
tractive album cards. I
DESTROYING A RAILROAD.
The FtTerti ll uinl I t prillt liu Mellnxl
Carrleil Out li sltcrittait'a Artny.
I A knowledge of tie art of building
railnuds is certainly of more value to n
I coiintr) than that of the lttst means of
destroying them, hut nt this jurthulir
time tho destniction scemetl ncctvsirv
and the time m iv again come whin such
work will lie ntTcssarj Ist the most
I effectual and exinilf tions inetlieHl of de
strojing railrn.ul tracks should Ixt-euni
one of the lost arts, I will here give a fnv
rules for tiie guidance of officers who in iv
in future lie ch irgtsl with this iniitortiiiit
I tint It should Ik nineiubired tint
I these rules nro the result oflongixiKn
ence ami close' observation A detail of
men to do the work should ls mule on
l the evening be fore oik i Hums are to com
mence The iiumlier to lie elc'tnllcil lieing
of course, de in mle lit uimiuhe amount of
' worl '" ,H' ',,n, ' tinnte that 1 (cl
men can cisll) de-drov alsiut live mile
track jicrilav, and do it ihoiotighl)
I Before going out in the morning the
men should lie supplied w ith n good break
fast, forit linslies.il discovered that soldiers
are more efficient at tills work, as well as
on the liattlctie Id, whin their stomachs arc '
full than when the v are emptv Iher-uts i
tion as to the food to lie given the in. u for
t brcakfnst is not Important, lint I suist :
roait turke)s chickens, freli eggs and
coffee, for the reason tlint in an enciin's
eountr) Mich a break! ist will c.uise "no
unpliusnntiiess litwcci the commissar)
and thosoldlir, inasmuch as the comitus
I s,irv will only lie reiiiiinil to provide trt
esotleH' In f let it ItasKs-ndisioveresl that
an arm) moving throiuh a hostile liu.
fertile coiintr), having nn ctTicicnt c oi ps of
foragers (v ulgarl) known in our arm) a
bummers), requires but few articles of
food, such as hardtack, colfe-c, salt, 'iciipcr
1 Your tic fill should lie divided into three
sections of .iIhuu equal numbers 1 will
supisise the dtt nl toionsist of .(,000 men
The llr-t llitiig to lie done is torevire the
relative isisitions of ihetiis and iron rails.
placing the ties up and the rills under
' infill To do this. Si turn No 1, consist
' Tgof 1 ik0 men, is distributed along ouo
'dc of the track, one 1 1 in ut the end of
"th tie U a given siml each man
seiesatc lifts it genti) till it assumes a
vertical isisition. and then nt another sig
nal pushes u forward so that when it
falls the ties will be over the rails Then
each man loosens his tie irom the rail
This done, r-cction No 1 movts forward to
another mrtion of the ro-td, and Seciion
, , - nelvances ami is distributes! along
' the isirtion of the ro.uI rec ml) occupiid
b sec.tiniiNo 1 Tlie tint) of the second
section is to collect the ties, plnco them
I in piles of nlsiut thirty ties each place
Hie nils on top of these piles, the center
01 eacii ran ix-ing over the center of the
pile, and then set fire to the tics SHSctio,,
N'o U then follows N'o 1
As soon as the rails are sufficiently
j heated, i-ectlon N'o J takes the place of
'N'o 2, anl upon this devolves the most
Important duty, viz , the effectual de
struction of tlie rail This section should
be in command of an efficient olliccr, who
i will see that the work is not slighted
Unlass closely watched, soldiers will con-
tent themselves with bending the rails
oictinil trees This should nev cr ho per-
IsUtted A rail which is simply bent can
tVsll) lie restored to its original shape
So mil should lie regarded as pnijierly
treateil till it has assumetl the shape of a
doughnut; it must not only lie bent, but
iwisteci lo Ho the twisting Poe's rail
road hooks nre necessary, for It has been
found tint the soldiers will not seize the
hot iron liare handed 1 his, however, is
the onlv thing looking toward the de
struction of propert) which I ever kuew a.
man in -hennan's aniiv to decline doing
With Poe's hooks a double twist can lie
glyen to a rail which precludes all hope of
restoring it to its former shapes except bv
recasting Gen II W. Slocum in The
Manufactured onl) b) the California Fig
Syrup Co , San Francisco, Cai is nature's
onl) true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit reunxly may be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store, 50c and 51 bottles.
It Is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedy known lo cleanse tho sj stein; to
act un the liver, kldnejs. and bowels gent
ly )et thoroaghl); to dispel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
indigestion, and kindred ills. '
Better sawmills is the southern cr).
THE NEW QUININE.
FOR THAU ANY
A I'OnEKt'UL TOXIC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FOU MALAKIA,
RHEUMATISM, .NERVOUis PR0STRA-
T'lK MOsT sriKNTIHC AM) MICCL.sS
Kl LULO'iUI'l UUILK. uperiurtoiiulutue
Mr John C. MMrtwroUKli. sc,at , ; t
writes: "1 got malaria in the suUt,rr aiaiy,
and fur a dozen jears surttrect from its dtlilll
tallng elfects 1 naiterribly run cliiun when
I heard nf hasklne, the new U1 nine It
helped meat once 1 Kilned li pounds Have
mil had such good health In .i) years "
Other letters of a similar charattr from
prominent in livlduals, which stamp hasklne
asaremeilyuf undciuliled merit, villi ue sent
The gentolKAKISKlias on Public Ex
hibition a remarkable l VMhlN. or model of
the human body, showing theMoniach. Heart.
Lungs. Llvrr,. spleen, kidneys and the other
organs and parts In Health and in Ulsease
By an inspection the afflicted cau see the
nature an-1 location of their troubles and
learn how Kasclne relieves and cures them
Katkine cau be taken without any special
medical advice 1 per bottle, or six bottles
for $ i. sent by mall on receipt of price.
KASKIXE CO ,M Warren bt .N'ew York
t oinaL raaLoas,
Koons 5 A , Mitchell Bloet.
S X Cor. Male aud Market St.
laiyaa or aanirs TaiTE oarriD
Ha. LIMBOCKEK, s aud57 Arcade. Frlat
t er. Ingraycr and Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding g-vcvU ana ealliDE cards a pnetaltT.
THI WASHBURN AMERICAN OUITAR3
FlM-t tMM-f , tOOrt 1nrlt,
M-t tSMMI ! ftlMl,,,,.
-TCICJ WimBldtBtBjl. ..llmkl. A.. .nutaU.
'."StSZl "- ClIr "HH tm by tfat X.-atsrtai-n,
tTON A M1ALT. IC Stat it., Chloogo.
lie pulp nl nl- r
acu- ,r trfe ea I i f liu
cu. eh ul mq
A L s II I
i i r
V-tl-t I) s k .i.
Inn Al uu
ill find just what they need A FULL Ll N r
F iNSTALMINTJiOOOS sold only to
it' kll BBt V A a,-!.. (.Is.
iiuralJU.sT DlajJtia' berrLT Co, trie. IV.
flSBBjk PBNNIUOVAI. WaFKCl are
VSruccrnruny uetl monthly by over 10 000
v SI per box by mail or at drugglsta. Seated
sjsartlcntar 2 poatags "'"p Addreai
Taa EcaaxA Caaaraa. Otx, DaraotT, Mica.
lrrBa! H. Coblenliani A
8 ill VaaP
r Cs-i I a siQ
IBfl TO 5 IIATS W
apBfea-araawvJ nt !
ltf,V MStrlcur- W
E3 If f it a j by tba
Ebrii CiiM Ci
IS,i!..t V.,rk of t!ir In. II in..
I The tinimil rnirt of the National mu
ieiim for sst; tout iins stvcral interesting
ethnological paper Irufc"sor t) T 11a
toii gives n ketch if the btskitry of
North Amircan ils rijincs which is
ample illustrated with tinning of speti
nit lis mil nl irtTisl portio-isof thelnskct
work in order to illiistnte e xnctl) the
manner of wi ui'ig M ison di-eiisscs the
methods in Use all nit ng the cott o'
vvi-tt rn Vt it run from the rctic tst ill to
( iltfiniii in Hit iiittnor and among the
Inlss of the tlaiitic coist and tlistin
gnishes three tVisof bisletrv which he
ell-the twined the c oilesl ami the woven
ones I In first is most frcquuitlv found
on the northwest teust C'oiltsl bisket
work is ilmost excliisivelv tMil lij the
noi tin rn 1 unit and b) the ikirlie while
111 tin tribes ipilv all methods of m mu
ftctnrt grt it tlifhc ultv in tit tcriiiluiiig
tl t an i of t h irictenstlc forms is eucoun
tete I throiigli theiletlcic ncv of the met 1
enls of m inv collectors and the fr.ig
t meuttrv stile' of collections in inv spii
mcuseehiih uri' 'itiiuii.h th irai tenstic
of one tnls having in rcalitv a fir wider
distribution while oilier clmraeteristit
t)ls. are vv luting in tlie collections
, ssj it tuc
t niiiut uinl I itiiiiii. I' irl.
No t xpl in ttion t ve r h is bee it, or i vt r
Willi fort hi oming c f the t xtr.iordiiinr)
fitakof niturc n the formntiou of the
f iinoi s k irl know ii as i he tout hi rn cross
Ongina'lv tbvovirtii nt Itc-s liiirn vj
vvtsteni Viisiraln it toiisists of nine
pi ir's 1111111 r ii, tif tin r m the form of a
I.ttri ros sevt n in thesinft amltwoiii
He arms out on i ii h side of Hit shift,
lit itlv i'pe-ite Iht secmiil irl froiu the
t ip 'Hie irN are s!is,l tlv tompressul,
lite is i- in a n d and no true ol anv
inlllc d junction i in 1 'isirvcil It
lis., hein suCii,h1 Hut a frigmcnt of
sea vve si -it iv hive (.ot into the shell and
forniisl tin fian f the construe turn
Hit is tiis Ire of lire iiiilitv, though
sluhl'v inis-lnieii at p rt- mid tin wine
of t lie (. in sverv hijh lis cliincttr is
minim .tnd sii Ueti tl c tinner in In-h
nun n i ued Killtv nitli suisrstitious
awe th it for i long lime he w is induced
to hide it iw iv mil keep his ossisiou of
It a mx ret lio-ton Ir-insiript
Ire-tin:- Ihe lr from llugt.
Profe'or I cslge's discover) of there
in irkiJjle e ITe-ct of stntio electricity in
frcviug the air fie-i.i c'ust nnd vapor lnvi
bei n utilirctl bv Mr J ft Ixirnm in ths
construction of an app-intiis for dissipat
ing tlie smoke prod iced li) the discharg-5
of cinnon rk nis.iw Triveler.
Tlie largest nnlvcrsit) in the world 13
Oxford, in l'liglauil It consists ol
twuuty cue colleges jnd five halls.
ale of lluiiu.
VOTIti: is hereby given lint the city of
IV spnnnt.,i.(jj,,itt()(jer fur s tie to the
hUhc-st ind best bidder at the council cham
ber In sxld city, nn
Tllemlay, the l-t tin) of ti-rlnlier, .!..
Iss7, at s o'clock p m the bonds of s&ld city
to the amount ot four thousand, three hund
red and thirty (our (;l,0 dollars. In he de
nominated is follow
Oae bond lor toe sum of seven hundred and
uluety 5X1, dn us. dstcd on the sddnyof
Uclober, lss7. and piytble In one year Irom
date, lour bonds of the sum of eljihi hund
red and eighty six -sjf.i dollars each. dated oa
the d da ot Octooe-r. ls-jT. aiulpayat-leln oue.
two. three and four years from dale, at the
onlceof the ell) treisurer. In this city, lach
of sil I bonds to beer six per .cat peranuum
Interest, lueyablc serai annually at the olrtce of
tlieclty treasurer, in thlsclt), on the d days
of Aprlland Ubtoterln each year, until tne
payment of the prlncii. il thereof, said bonds
to be coupon Imuds tild bonds to be Issued
forthepurp-ise of obtaining ineaps f ir the
construction ol the ork sireet extensl in of
iheTaylorstrect sewer.ln fsylomtretl sewer
distnet or sewer district No i, and the con
struetlonof the Market street sewer, in Ct-n
ter sireet sewer district, or sewer district o
4. and w hen sol 1, a'e to be taken and paid tor
by ihe ptirchiser lliereof lu cash, at the office
of thecily Ireisurer. in this city, at such
times and In such imouuts as the nty council
shall, from lime to time, by resolution, de-slg
n.ite. and as Ihe needs of the city shall rcv
Uldsfor the purchase of sild bonds ms7he
Died in writing with the city clerk al any lime
prior to the time nbove named for the sale of
said bonds, and bids, either verbil or In writ
ing will be. received by said council on said
lstdiyof .oveaiber, at s o'clock p ui.uben
all bids will be considered by the city council,
and said bonds will be sold at not less than
par value and s.ccrud interest, sublet c tithe
eauditlon hereinbefore set forth, to the blith
est aud best bidder.
Ily order of Council.
J. S. SHEW vLTTK.
iilbs cttj clerk.
To whom It may concern
Notice is hereby given. In pursuance of sec
tion "J-Tout Ihe Hevlsed statutes of Uhlo,
that plans and speeilicattoiis havetieenpre
pired. and are now ou tile In the otllce of the
city hnglueer tor examluatioa liy parties in-
leresTcu. ior tne consiructionoi me eiuton
street sewer from the manhole lu the Lime
stone strict se ver, at the Intersection of
I lriestonesndLllftoii streets, east In Clifton
street 315 frrt, and Council d-signates to be
doneaud proposes to do the work provided
for in slid plans and specifications.
said sewer Is in the Laylor street sewer dis
trlct. or -ewer Histrlct No 3, the boundaries
of which are as follows I ounn-njiui; ut Ihe
Intersection ol the north line of High street,
with the east line of Market street, thence
running east with the north line uf lliith
street and the north Iineot the turnpike road,
formerly the ffprluKUrld and south Charleston
turnpike, east to the eist corporation Hue,
the nee south with the east Hue ot the corpora
Hon to the souriieast corner of the corpora
tion. thence west with the south corporation
line to Ihe ceuter of Clifton street, thence
south wtth the corporstlou line to a corpora
tion corker, thence west wtth the corporation
Hue to the west line of a turupike rend, for
merly the sprjticrield md I llftou turnpike,
thence north with the west line of s ild list-
named road to Ihec-M corpor ttion line, being
the section line between sections il and 31,
township "i, raui:e o, VI K s , thence west with
slid secti'ii Hi e to the east lice of Market
street, theoce with thefast Hue of alarket
street north to the place of beeinnlng.
f ouncll will heir -til pirtles Interested in
faid Improvement at Its regular meeting In
the Council! hsmber of said city on Tuesday.
Oetoberls.lss7.it so'cloekp m.
Hy t nlerot Council
otite to Conlruclors.
SlHI.tll PKOPUsALS will 1 received at the
office of the city cl--rk of the city of s-pring
li-ld. Uhlo. for furulshimr m iterlals and coo
"tructhik: the lork street cxtenton of the
Tail ir street sewer, also proposals for fur
nishing in iterlals and constructing the Mar
ket street s-wer. said proposals to be made
and sealed septrately foreachof said sewers,
according to the pi ins md SDtclUcatins
thereforon file In the offiie of the city civil
Vll bids must lef jrfurn'shing all the raa
terl lis an I eonipletlag the worlc according to
said pi ens and speelaratlens. work tote com
iiinced at such lime is courcil may hereafter
uiiicni.ie. ana to ie co.npieiecl wltn n lllirly
days thereafier. bids niuvt stite price for
labor and n.terial sep irately, must be signed
by the lull name ot all permits Interested iu
said I id. and sh ill sis besUmdby some re
sponsible disinterested person as aguarantee
that atoLtraet will he eater. 1 lutoand the
worn performed, provided said bid Is spent
ed.a'id muvt beon file with the cltv clerk on
or h'f ire twelve o'clock noon ou luesday, the
1st d ij of Noveinbt r, ls-7, to be opened and
nubllclyreal mi niUiit-Iy thereafier, is prv
vtdedbyl iv mil reportet M cJUneil at Its
ti.-st reuular meeticg ihereaftrr.
The city council reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals presented for any reason
they m ly deem sutktent.
Hy order of council
J S bllbv! M.TCB,
-Vain Llty Lierk.
Macule dratton anl CIn t-rafton, of Ply
miutn.Hiricock countv III heirsat law of
i.yuinircie.necia'ni wiutskenoticethat n
the Uth day of October. D.ls-7. 1'eterto'l el,
asauuiinlsiraloi ot 1 t estate uf Lydlalrcir.
deceased. filedh1' petilionlnthepr bitecou t
of said county of I talk aud state of Ohio, allei -ingth
itllie person il estate of sild dieedent
Islnsu.rliient to pay the dehtsof sii.tdtee
dent and the charges of idiiiialsterlng her es
tute.and that she died seized In fee slm le of
itieioiioeein uescnoeu real esi lie, situate 1
In the countv of risr.. ami In th. elllu.-u ni
Tremont t tty and la the state of Uhlo, to-wit
neing lot numbered one numlretand eight;
fourllsn. as th" same is numbered and i1im-
natedonJohu II Ulose'splatof lots in his ad
dltlon tusald vlllige of Ire-nont City The
Drayerof sild D-tltion Is for in order author.
izlng said Peter Hickel.as administrator of
said Lydlalrcte diceised.to sell said prem
ises for the payment of the debts aud charges
aforesaid ThesildMikgiellriftonand Hay
tiratton will further take notite that thev
hive been reaulred t- answer the same on or
ueiore me luiu o ly oi iteiemrier, 1SS7.
Administrator of I.ydlalrcle, deceased
-VI.HockiL. sttemey. .'Ut j
Tow hum it may coDcern
Notice Is herebi Klv en tint an aiipllcitlon
wHll.emi.le to Joseph II Linker, c.overnor
of Uhlo. at his ofllce In thi-t ltsnf iTninn.ii...
at ten o clock tmoi the flrst elaynf ovem
ber. A.D.lsii.or as soon therealter as the
fame can be heard, tor the pardon of Iieoei.k
vv.Lkich. who was convicted of the crime of
loriie y In the Court of c'ninm.in plan. mf
tlark county. Ohio, at the May term thereof.
..n.lM,.andwlio was. at the same term of
said court, sentenced to conSnement and
hard labor In the Ohio penitentiary for the
term of one year.
. vttorniesforlleorseW. Leach
beptember Ji), lssT. J3TbTh
vrweAvs-jC-,., JtJ-aV aJso CL. ifcs. 4UcX,iesX
Ii l 9 I --i-(.
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BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS:
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PLUMBERS, STEAM 3 CAS FITTERS,
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