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A FRESH GEORGIA SPIRITUAL.
Cunie alonir. Irua belle er. oome along I Da tluia U a-mlliu' 'nma Wen dem wul ataura a lialllu by tie way Wfut w'w no Ktonr crowu t Ob de sun ahlue white, de nun ahlue bright Year tie uewa w'at de spirit tells; De anuria say dere's nothing- rer ter da But ter ring deal chariutn' bells I Almoa' homcl almoe-tioml ' We Ulula and falla by spells; Anitela say alnt nothln' rer to du tint ter rlntf deiu ctiuriulll' bolls! Come along, true bellevei. come alonn! be way Is open wide; No uso frr sinners to he stumbllli' 'roun A hiintln' for de hevmly Kiildel ' lib. aalnla. slip thro'l Uh, sinners come to! Kn I year.n'ut my Lord tells; lie aoirela say dete'a uotlilu' ffr ter do Hut tor ring- dom cliarnilu bells ! AIiuoh' home! allien' bouie! We faints and falls by spells; Anwltt say ain't uotlilu' rer to do but tt-r rinic di'iu cnanuln bellal t'ome aloinc. true b- llrver, come alon! Kn walk In ile lievuily wny! I rustle Hid Jaeob all uluht all nUiHt- 1 niello wld Jacob all day I My (.Tons Is beavy. and tu U my Lor.l I Kn I year Wat de spirit trlli! lie aiiKels say dere's notlilti' fer ter do llut ter rlJitf dem ubaruilu' bells! Almo-t' hitmel altuos boine! we lalnla and falls by ju1Is! Auirels say ain't notblii' fer ter do llut ter ling dem ctiarnitn' uwla! —[Atlanta Constitution. "BILL ARP." The Genial Southern Humorist on the Spirit of Monopoly. Spirit of Monopoly. [Bill Arp in the Atlanta Constitution. ] What the people want nuI ought to huve aro homes anil a cnauce noiues ami u living chance. Give a family a home of their own anil it in the bent safeguard for the perpetuity of a rov I'lnmeiit anil the hiinutnes-i of a people I wits always sorry for a family who hail no home, tint hail to dodge about from house to house anil plane to place no orchard to improve, uu uoweru 10 love ami nurse, no sacred spot, no castle, as Wackstone culM it. 1 don't know now other people prize it, but my home is ,the deare-it spot ou eaitn to me anil my family.- There is uo place liK home not a rented home, forever wuiiliiiK re pairs, but a home to live and die in. w huh the boys wlio nive roiiim worK afiir oil can look back to with affection and revisit with pure delight, and where the good wife and daughter can plant the vine and rosebush ami sow the Mower seed, and the orchard and the grapevines liririK their fruit iu due sea son. It won't do to say that the poor aw too lazy to work and buy land and have a home. They haven't been tried. They don't get enough for their labor to lay up anything. They are not encouraged. Vanderbilt and company Ret all they make over and above a poor living, it nil Vanderbilt must be protected. The trouble is our people have got hardened to Uxing a minimum price upon labor, just enough to feed and clothe the fam ily stingily, with no margin for old age and sickness, much less a bouse. W hat does all this mean that three syndicates are buying up all the land of the great west, 7tX),UJ acres and 3iJO,l)00.UlJ0 acres In Texas, and large tracts iu Arkansas? Whydon't the United Slates govern ment buy it up and nave it for homes for our people? The government gave away 100,01 D.iKX) acres in Texas atone time to a wealthy corporation to hire 'em to build a railroad more land than U ob tainable in any four States in the union except Texas, and our statesmen made no protest. Die money is all going into the hands of a few, and so is the land. There is a way to stop all this, but when named the rich and powerful cry outagrariauism and robbery.aud hire the press and bribe the big men and scare oil the little ones, and so it goes. W hat we need are statesmen, not hirelings. We want fearless inea who can't be tampered with. Let all this surplus wealth, these bloated fortunes, be taxed to support the government. After a man has accumulated $100,000, begin to tax the excess, and the more he accumu lates the heavier the rate; and when he gets it up to a million take all the ex cess, if necessary, to equalize in some measure the burdens and the comforts of life, and provide homes humble homes for the people. A man with ten acres and a house of his own is a good citizeu in peace and a tower of strength to his government in time of war. A million of dollais is enough for any one man. lie ought not to hunger and thirst for more, for he can't need It, and it makes a dog of him to hoard it up. W ho has any respect for'such men a Vanderbilt, or Gould, or Senator Sharon, r eveu for the memory of Stephen (iirard or A. T. Stewart? Nobody. MB. Lowell is right in saying that assassination is not war and dynamite not the raw material of policy, but he is not the man to Bay it. Mr. Lowell represents the Ooverninentof the United States, its laws and its ollicial acts, and, however admirable his motives, he has no right to travel outside of his ollicial duty to ex p 'ess public opiiiioii upon acts which are inextricably involved with his diplomatic duties. But the de spatches which day by day UU our columns with criminal conspiracy and ignoble fears must, after all, rouse in every American pity for both oppressor and oppressed. It is sad that any cause should stir men to this excess; it is sad der that a mistaken policy, a blinded national conscience, should deny Ire laud home rule. A single act granting this; which must some day pass, would still all these plots and leave both lands at pence. England can spot all its sta tutu books with coercion laws ami dyna mite acts, but Parliament will not by these tilings prevent crime or crush conspiracy. . Justice will remove thei-e things as the mists vanish before the sun, and justice means to-day the sim ple, easv remedy, of home rule for Ire land. Philadelphia Press, 10. CMinnife of Mind. I declined to iusert your advertise ment of Hop Bitters last year, because I then thought they might not be promo tive bf the chub of temperance, but tiiul they are. and a very valuable medicine, myself ami wife having been greatly beiietited by them, and I take great plea sure iu making them known. Kev. John Seaman, Editor Home Sentinel, Alton, New York. apl'J.j o It is said that two young ladies, direct descendants of Americas Vespucci, the man who claimed to have discovered the western hemisphere, are wandering about in Italy begging for bread. That's the difference between making dis coveries three or four hundred years Bgo and now. It in safe to bet that the de scendants of the man who discovered that money could be made out of pedes trianisui will never go begging. Idle Experiments. When a mm is well sound he can aff trd to be indifferent to the character of all the medicine in the world. But when disease is fairly eating him up he mnst do something at once and do it in telligently. Therefore do not dose your self with a hundred thiugs in the hope that Rome of them may hit the mark, but try Ur. David Kennedy's "Favorite Remedy" which bits it every time. For Kidney and Liver troubles. Piles and Constipation, it is just what you want. Druggists have it, or mail One Dollar to the Doctor ut Uoudout, N. Y. apr25 0. NEWS VARIETY. The telephone had brought 130 vill ages within speaking distance of Cin cinnati. The arguments In the Star route cases at Washington began Thursday, attor ney Ker leading off.' The Prohibitory constitutional amend ment was voted down tn the House at llarrislmrgh. Pa., Friday. Supervising Architect Hill, of the United States Treasury Department, is arraigne.l upon charges of corruption Ira no ami extravagance. The Itepository thinks the new Scott law "a great improvement on ihe Pond law. anil thinks it will lie declared con- slllutionul. Vo bliult see. The Itepository yesterday clashes away again at tile Alliance Keview. The Mclunlry oi gan is Bourbon all over and never lorgives or forgets or learns. The Repository says: "It is to be re gretted me Ohio Legislature adjourned without accomplishing u radical reforui of the wretched convict labor system." The case of Timothy Kelly, accused of the murder or Cavendish and Hurke, is proceeding hi Dublin. The testimony is like that iu the cases ot Joe Brady and curley. Boota Edwards, colored, sentenced to be hanged, attempted to break jail at Munfordsville, Ky.. but Mulling escape cut otr, snot nimselt through the bead dying instantly. Emigrants are leaving Liverpool iu great numbers for the far west. Many of theiu announce Manitoba an their destination, but the majority will prob ably drill across the line into Dakota and adjacent States and territories. At Massillon, last week, a strike was inaugurated ty the employes or War thorst fc Co.. and Suter & Everhard's stone quarries adjoining the city for an advance from $3 to $-.Lio per day. About ton men are employed in both quarries. The daughter of ex Governor Hub bard, of Connecticut, very wealthy iu her own right, has secured a divorce from her husband, who was her lather's coachman when she married him. Tbe old Governor still refuses to receive her. One man was discharged from the peuiteutiary last week who had $300 peiision money, which had accumulated during toe three years of his contlue iiient. Nearly a hundred dollars more is due blm, besides Ins allowance of $o(H) iu lieu of a:i artiticial limb. The man goes to work outside for the same contractor for whom he worked inside the walls. The East Liverpool Gazette, a servile 'boss' potter McKiuley organ claims Mclviuley gains twenty one votes and possibly twenty-six. The Gazette says nothing ubout the 14 votes gained by Wallace ut the town of Coluiiiliiaiia, nor of the six imbeciles voted from the In firmary; uor of the Hi Foster's returuiug board lefused to count- for Wallace, uor of the dozen or more certainly made for Wallace at other points. The Gazette sees through Mi; Kin ley spectacles. Olive Logan writej from London: "I know of a young Scotch girl who re cently came to London on a visit to some relatives, and soon utter her ar rival she met the Prince of Wales at a nail, where he paid her a great deal of attention, and the next day sent her a uiHgniticent bouquet, with his compli ments. Her relatives were so alarmed that they sent the girl straight back by the tirst train to Scotland out of harui'b way." Precious Hope—Peruna. One morning while he (her husband) was holding her up in order that she could breathe more easily, after having struggled with a bad spell of coughing, tie made the remark that he did not be lieve she would ever got well, when she, iu her weakness, said: "Yes, I will, if you will bring Dr. Aartman." The doc tor was brought. He prescribed a tea- spoonful of Peruna every hour. Sho be gan to improve from the llrst dose she look. She told me to-day she has never felt better iu Iter life than she does now, and that she cannot say too- much for A. J. MILLER. Her husband writes: "South Chicago, III., Dec. l'J, 1881: I have a living wit ness of the virtue ot Peruna iu my wife. w no was saved trout death ny it. l cer tify that every word on page ao iu Dr. riartman s bookou the "His of Life is true iu every particular. T. S. EBERLINE. The President will return from Flori da the present week. A private letter trom one oi ins party says the thermo meter has averaged 'M djgrees, the mos quitus are as large as bumblebees, the sand full of llaes, the orange season over, the tishing poor, and the country damp and malarious. Washington News. It Is lamentable that a public ollicial cannot go oil tishing without his pil grimage being chronicled to its minut est details. Why wont these Washing ton and Aew lork correspondents let uu. ou the vacatious of the President. Sure ly they have enough fun with him when ho is at the head ol the government. From Major Downs, Military Instruc tor, Mt. Pleasant Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y.: (luring the very cold weather l was suffering from Catarrh. My head aud throat ached so severely that 1 was Hinged to give up everything aud keen quiet. Ely's Cream Balm was suggested. iVithiu au Hour from the llr.st applica tion 1 felt relieved, the pain began to subside. In two days was entirely cured. W. A. Dovvn.s, Feb. 10, 1881. TitK protected barons of Pennsylvania are introducing pauper labor fioiu H mi lling to keep down the price or labor. And yet the barons tell the toilers in mills and mines au I ou railwavs. tha the more "protection" they have, the greater me wages ot laoor. nx. The talk of re nominating Samuel J. Tilden for President is being revived. If T.lden is candidate or can be induced to accept the nomination, we are for him, fir.-1 last and all the time. Mans- ileld Shield ami Banner. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Be wise iu time. All baneful infectious are promptly re moved by this unequalled alterative. If is the most potent blood purifier, and a fountain of health and strength. Advices received at the Postofflee De partment from Fremont. O.. show George J. Kretis, postmaster at that point, to be short iu his accounts nearly i,000. tUfDianiond Dyes ore so perfect and i oeauritul that it is a pleasure to use em. Equally good for dark or light dors. 10 cents. ttv nil pTt.unsivM finifl;io'rut inn TlalM Tmliu liuil twn thnnsHiiil twiiid.. jlu. et roved. A great number of families are destitute anil noiueiess. Walker Bros.. Batavia, O., say: "We sell a large quantity of Brown's Iron Bitters and it gives entire satisfaction." A TRUTHFUL STATEMENT. (Salem Republican, 19th.) Editor Republican In as much as rumors growing out of the .Walluce-Mc-Kiuley contest have charged me with dishonorable motives and actions con cerning a loan of $500, which I took to East Liverpool for the benefit of the lockedout Knights of that place, last fall, you would confer a favor by allow iiiK the use of your columns for a state ment of the facts, so far as I am famil iar with them. In the tirst place there seems to be some sort of scheme on the part of some men to decsive the public as to the real facts in the case, even as they have been testltied to Jjy McKiuley witnesses. In other wonts, the dispatches appearing in certain daily papers friendly to Mn Ki u ley have, bs it were, put words of affirmation in the mouths of witnesses which they did not utter. For example: Mr. James Barker of East Liverpool, (a copy of whose testimony I have,) declar ed iu substance that it was his under standing that said $500 was a loan, and lurthei more he did not affirm that 1 rep resented that it was to be used to defeat McKiuley, much less that 1 said it could only be had upon condition that the Knights vote for Wallace. Aud yet a telejiram from East Liverpool to the rittsiiurgli commercial Gazette, (based as I understood, upon Bai kT's testi mony,) announced that Bousall had not only ho represented, but had declared that the said fuoonad been "contributed by an iron man of Salem toward the de feat of McKinley." This diepatch ap peared in the Commercial (iazette of April tith, and ou the 7th, the following communication irom me appeared iu ine same paper: BONSALL'S STATEMENT—THE MONEY WAS ONLY LOANED. Salem, 0., April 5. The special to the Commercial Gazette from hast Liver pool, O., published in your issue of to day, in so far as certain alleged testimo ny on behalf of Wiiliem McKinley jr.. In his contest with Major Wallace is concerned, is so untrue and misleading that 1 beg a brief hearing through your columns in reply. If two members of the Executive Committee of the Knights of Labor" testilied to that which said dispatch sets forth, they did not testify to the facts in the piemi,ei, though I do not accuse them of wilful misrepresen tation. The $500 taken by me was not. "con tributed by au iron man of Salem to ward tne detent, ot McKinley." This statement is absolutely and wholly false. no money whatever was contritiiKeil to ward the del eat of McKinley so tar as I know. Local Assembly No. 5lU of this place loaned $oO to the locked-out Knights, and a number of individuals loaned $150. This was the money 1 was requested to take, and did take to East Liverpool at the tune mentioned, and District Master Workman Rankin gave Assembly No. 684, aud other parties re spectively, the obligations of D. A. 3 for said amounts iu lull. The said $50 has been refunded to Ml in the way of as sessments, and not only has a consider able portion of the $150 been paid back, but interest has been paid ou the loan, and aforesaid obligation is held for the balance. It was specillcally stated by me that the money was for the immediate benetlt of the lockedout Kuigh'ts of East Liver pool, as it was a critical hour in their uneven handed contest with the "Boss Potters." ' Some conversation was had with the Committee relative to McKiuley. and I believe the question was asked me as to the politics of the men who made the loan, &e. 1 stated in substance that they were all auti-McKiiiley uieu. from a standpoint of conscience and the general welfare. But to my knowledge, at least two of them did not vote for Wallace. There was uo corruption, and uo intention of any, in the loan of said $500. The only motive was the assis tance-of down-trodden aud outraged CHARLES BONSALL. Again: Iu a telegram from East Liverpool to the Cleveland Herald. claiming to give certain facts brought out by the testimony of Mr. John Wick, it staled, in substance, that 1 bad at tended a meeting with Wallace. Potts and Rankiu at Leetonia, and did in u few days thereafter, write Rankin that I had the money, and for him to meet me at East Liverpool, etc. 1 cannot believe that Mr. V ick swore that I was a party to any such meeting, for I never was, and did not know of any such. 1 replied to said dispatch, as follows: The communication appeared in Cleve land -Herald of April l lth. AN EXPLANATION FROM MR. RONSALL. T ) the Editor of the Herald: The dispatch from East Liverpool, vhich appears iu your issue to-dav. in so far as it refers to me at least, is al- m ist entirely talse. l never met Messrs Wail ice, Potts aud Rankin, or any other parties, at Leetonia or elsewhere for the purpose named in said dispatch; nor was 1 requested to do so. I was uever a party to any effort, iu any shape, form or manner, to raise money for the pur pose of defeatiug Mr. McKiuley. I was at Leetonia about the tune mentioned and saw Mr. Rankin there, but it was to attend a public labor camp meeting, at whi 'h 1 wus billed to speak, as was also Mr. Rankin. Did not see Mr. Wallace there. Saw Mr. Potts, but had no con versation with him relative to raising money or anything of the kind. I did wire itaukiit to meet me at K ist Liver pool to receive the loan of $500. which 1 took down for the locked-out Knights, because I wanted his obligation as mas ter workman of District Assembly N'i . 3, K. of L., for said loan, said loan win. made by Local Assembly No. 5iit and u oointier or individual ot this place, and I know nothing whatever of the raising of any other uiouey. Said 5oo was simply a loan for the benefit of said l ek"d out Kuiglus, and a considerable portion of it has already been paid back. April 10. Cuarles Bonsall The above communications cover the whole truth, ho lar as my connection with said $500 is concerned. 1 lie Idea that 400 Reiniblicans sold themselves at $1.25 per head, is too ri diculous and aosurd to receive a mo CHARLES BONSALL. A Specific for Change of Life. We are in receipt of a letter from J. T. Haniby, Esq., of Floral. Ark., in which tile writer says: Samarium .Nervine cures female decline, and during the Change of life it is a specific," Sug gestive facts, truly. $1.50. Tub Columbus correspondent of the E iquirer says that: "Judge Geddes is growing in favor in Central aud Eastern aud North-eastern Ohio, and will undoubtedly be the 8 roogest candidate before the C jiiv. l- llon on the tirnt ballot." It is a fact well known that tobacco pmsou-i the nerve centers and injures the eyesight, sometimes destroying it entirely, The disease of the eye termed amblyopia is caused by smoking also by excessive use of alcohol. Thii disease is uucurable. N. Y. tribune. Ely's Cream Balm. We have no preparation so reliable or salable. It is the best remedy in the market for catarrhal affections, Tuko. B. Pkrby, Druggist, Klmira, N. If. MEDICAL.. Suffer no longer from Dyspep sia, Indigestion, want of Appetite, lossof Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, Ac. BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS never fails to cure all these diseases. Boston, November a6, 1881, Brown Ciik.mkai.Co. Gentlemen : For years I have fcciiMKrcatsufTercriroiu Dyspepsia, ami could gt-t no relief (having tried everything which wus recommend ed) until, acting on the advice of a friend, who had b en bench t ted by Hk'iwnS lmN iliiTKH, 1 tried -a botfle, with most siirpriiir.K result. Previous to taking ltnoWN's Iron blTTLK, everything I ale distressed me, and I suflered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach, wlmh w.t$ unbearable. Since tak ing Kkown's Ikon Uittrhs, alt my troubles are at an end. Can eat any tune wilhuut any disagreeable re suits. 1 am practically another crsun. Mrs. W. J. Flynn, 30 Maverick St., E. Bos to u. BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tast ing' the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggists. Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. See that all Iron Bitters ara m'adtt by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and hav crossed red lines and trade mark sa wrapper. BEWARES OF IMITATIONS. HEVER FAILS. CHlElRlVE)MiiQlUlEnl0ltO Thoonly hnown specific for Epileptic Flts.-n it .5-Also for Hpaama and Falling bickucatj."3. Ntrvou Weakaetts quickly relicVLtl aud cur fed. Eqnnlled by none tu delirium of fcvt-T.-fc rNuutrulUes genua of dh-c&dc and sickness. Cures nmrly blotches and stubborn blaod sores. Cleanses blood, quirkens sluyijlfh circulation. EHmluatea Boils, Carbuncles and Scaldu.t Jt"lVrTmnently and promptly enrcs paralysis. ea. It is a charming and healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and Kins Kvil, twin brothers. Changes bad breath to koo(U removing cauttc. I It outs biliousness und clears complexion. Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.-. It drives blck Headache like the wind. -4 t "Contains no drastic cathartic or opiates. Promptly cares Rheumatism by routing it.1T Itcn tores life-giving properties to the blood.-f, In guaranteed to euro all norvom dieordera.-fca. C tr-ilcliable when all opiates fail.- a Refreshes the mind and invignrites the body. Cnres dyspepnia or money refunded. -0 4 5 fT Endorsed in Writing by over fifty thonnand Leading physicians in U. S. and Furope -fitt Leading clergymen iu U. 8. and Europe. Diseases of the blnort own it a cononeror.-wm For sale by allieading drugUu. $1.50.- The Dr. S. A. Richmond M. Co., Props., ' St. Tcsepla., (12) Remember This. If you ara ttlrk Hup mttra will f uretj aid Natur tu making you well when .ill elne rails. If ytui are cmtlve ortlyniwplic, or are sntfeilng from an nthrr of th numerous dhfiutes of the stomach r buwHs, It is ywurowu fault If jou remain 111, for Hop Bitten di-s a Miveniltfti reinnily Hi nil tiucti com plaint. If ymi ure w:winir away witli any form of Khlney lt- fl&se, stop temptlritf iHiutii tlih uiuuient, and turn for a enre to Hop U'tt'r. if you an m ck. .with that trrlblH pIcVeiipwi, Nervous nrH, you win ilml --li.il in mmitMii" 1m Uie ueul Hup Outers. Iffnti are a rrri:iMt.rt or a resilient of a miasmatic Il-lrlet. larrl''al your nvstem (r;itn.st the wmirup of all coimirlm -maiuri .l, piiti.-mic. i-uin-is, and intermit utm revirn by tin ii.-w of Hup HI iters. If you huve ni iuli, pimply, ut nallnw skin, lal breath. p..lm ami aitit. ami fit. mt -rahle wenerally, Hop lilt ii -. Mill Kivr ym f.ilr skin, rkU hluotL aud sweetest brearii. health, ami emnfmx In slntrt ittej eiir all lKtrtwa of th Stoninch, Bow- hK Hln.nl, Liver, Nervivi. Kidneys, liritiliL'n PLsearie, fT.oo will iw p;.lil for a rune tin-y will not cure r help. I'h.tt pt.r, hfirldi.'i. t it valid wife, tflmer, mother, r .iiKhl.-t, run Ik- made ttie picture of health. I' a Tew tneti Hop IJitU'rtt, costing but a ttlllo. Will yoa let I'm miter? 2 POUTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS T0 HnRflg Will die Of CoLrn Rrvr n f.TTiea P Vila, IX junta's Powders are usod la time. i- uii. s 1 "wit-rs win curt aim prevent iloofTtini.!!. font.s powder will prevent Uipi. is K..UI.H. houta Powi era will iniTpiLn tl.a n.ian..tr Ar .uw ancl rri'.nn t cuiy per cent, and niaku Uie butter Oriu routza Powrierawtll rare or prevent almoet rr,tT DiB.Aen to wlucn Homes aud Caltle are uhei'L -)t-TZ-a Powi'tus WIU. UlVa HiTIHF.r.T IikM. Sold everywhere. DAVID B. TOVTZ. Proprietor. JutTiaoaj. ju La E. C. Wtrr'M Vvrt tvn n.rw T . . F'1rafrt,o!fl'"fp,' Hyatr1a. Plxzinr.. Conniliiton. its. NMTOH Nenralirtt. Hrdnrh. Nrvous Protr tlon canHl by th ue of nlmhol or tobacco. Wakru! lien. Mental TprMMon. Roftenmjrof thi Brain rwiilt inar in In winity and Ipiuifnur to mi-t rT. d. e.iy and drnth, Preminiffl old Ae. pam-nnwi. Loan of Poww In either . in-ohintrtrr I.osm and Pprrmatorrhoea canned by over exertion nr th hm in .wtf k,.u.a.u. iw.i..i. r Onr will run. rwurit cn-en. tarh box contain n Bi r,th s tr (mcnt One dollar a !,.. or uix boien dolbtrs ; sunt hv tnntl pr.-pafd on rpeelr.r of price. Weiniar. an tif mix hozea til rum snt-Mv. Wish -...a. i..- u celved fnr fix box. arcvmpnnld wt'h rle doPara, w money Ir trAitnont duM not rfTi m i,.....r l!!,k,!llrkb't.Jo,,,flMnin1 Uriunr.et, 84 Marka ttU. a- . sa. vkwi y inau at ruuiar ptica MISCELLANEOUS. 1 fTt not, lir In Rwepplnir hy, jm and dar ! LJ U k lfon you die, ometliln)r miirhty and Ii I S"1''"" Inave bphlnd too.n.pier lime." t'rt wwii In sour own town. 3 mi t fit Iretj. No risk. Kvervchlnu new. Canl- tal not reiilreiL We win furnish you rvenrthliiic. Many are makiiiir fort u new. TIcm makn an much at men. ami iy and itiris malt ureal pay. Header, If u want iniltiwis at wntch iou can make areat nav all urn limn, write fur patUculara to H. UALLrrr js Co., FurtiAud, ataUM, dcHt7 rjuj?T Hs( d'l-Z,0i .lti3i hs&k? "JAVil "77. 1 .KAIM Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of Ohio. SeHImi Eighteen of Schedule. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION No. 50. joint hjuoi,ction PropOTinir Amendments to Uie Constitution. He It resolved by the (general Awerrbiy of theSwte rfOMo, Th.it at the Kenrrai elertln in le held on Urn ecoi:d luenditv of H'-i- r A. It I there nb;ii e Si bmiltea ut the Mlfctsirs for their niprivui or rjetloo two rof ,'Uioi.a u amend Uie cutiAtitutlon of Lhe utate tm fuiUHj; flHMT i ItOPOSl ION. Tbeadillttotiiil nertlnti" n and with twrtloii el if h teen f thn sehfdiiii-rhaM tie rt-nenlttl, aud Uioie tumil be ailh-.tltut.tl lor IL Hi In.U' li jf: Tie atMral asrtemiMy nf.nii reirninte Ihe tiaffl.- In In t..ietlii(r Ihtoor.-. to jr.de vlnt eui nt.iilt tj.' ii'troiii ; ai d It rmtvri' t levy taien ir iw ess n.iiifi Ho renii not limited li any proviPiou oi Ihu HKCONII PKOP1N1TION. The twiiiitlotiai jteciton" In and wirh te.'tlm elffh'een of th wtieilumahiaii reticami, and there shall he aiilmtitiite.1 f.,r It tiiw f aiown.tf : 'lhe iimnnl.n tiitt.of ami tin tiMflle In lntnxlcttliir llo-io.a I., n-nl a hevr.e hth f..iev-T l-r.hiti.ted; fctnl the ipu,-t ii im-ojhWv lutlt provide by luw for the eittoits iiit-Mt of ihH p.iii.,h." Il.eel efr otl- tell, f-ivnrof rhii B.dd flrtf pmn. Unfisl .tli ii,iVPi, tn-tr l..tllol.s the Wonln Ulutu.n and tJii.tno'i of tt.o iiuoi' tiii'tte .Ye-.1 and (hM vot-liu- In favoi ,t the Mil leeiiMi ( r-f'-sffoi. m HI Imvh -ii th. II bi.l.t.H the woi-'ls, l iohl. lte U of iiitoxii-siiiK if tt her r the nud twopnti"stttoiH t tints :iprvert l a miilurilj of Mi- eleelurv vo'lnij t the said elH,.n(,It then Uie iiuM 'idtt.eiil tti.-uie uinw I hi..i iitimtilnU itmiUT iK-Lium t,i mi li if niu. il .1 ll'e I'Ofllf litlUll O. I. IhtlK.h. bpeaker of U.e House, of He, itt-entutlvnH it u. ui u vitns. ... ... iTealdeia oi tlmatjiiate Adopted April 4. 1883. TNITFII STATtM fy A VHRtrA. Hin. Ofc'FM.K UV THk nat'HKrAHT tP M'ift T. .Iambs W Nkma se. retarf of State of the si al it " ii-M-rjnrinT mnr trie iim-trnit u a true C"P' ''nt HenoliiMon adftp'ed bf the t.enernl a- sernht nr the Vate of Ohio, on th 4ih dy ..f April pftvi 1',' 89 Utkfil fr,,m "I'Ulnui roll iiieI In thi? In rFHriMONV w h kh t, y, i have her ,to fuhpcrihi ni t,4 oe. nd ;ii!ued The ureal n-al of the stmeoi Ohio at . tiliinilMp, the Ui fa) of A pill A. I. M:i JA.vit..S . NBtt MAN, lSK' 1 i rtmy .t stta Notice. Oeonte Kuhlman who resides In Slnnx City. In the Htate of Iowa, Ih ht'nhy iiotltled that Liwt Ksiirf, ad inlnistrutor of the nutate, of Maiy U llstlneH. iiefiiihe,, u the 10th ilny of Marcn, A. I. ss:, tlhd IiIm petition in the Court of llonnuoii Pleun within and fr stark eoun tj, Ohlii, aaliiHt the .said tieorKt Kutilinati.Meuuii; hn Ui that the Huid Lieoi-Ke KuhhiiHii did on tho 'JTtli ilai of Novemler, A. II. IhUH. execute und deliver IiIm eerlaiTi l-roinlrtory not tu the huUI Mary 11. Huium, who wan then the widow of Kulihtian, deceased, whn-n huuI note caile4l for the sum oi HU), with lniei-et, and pray ItiK for a JiKhiinent for the balance due thereon Ut lt: the mini of HOO, with Interest trom the iltli duyofucLo ber, A. l. 1880, and thai an attachment bu untied In said action The Hald Oeoriie Kuhlman Is retinlreU tn answer atd petition on or be fun the Udid Sal hi day utter lite IfSlli day uf April A. i LUSH. ily AUiAl'UH fi WELTY. mch'Jl-L Ait'ys for Plaintiff. NOTICE. Knw Kuhhnan, who rertidea at Auburn, In the state of Indiana, la hereby notlneil tint Iewiit tslx, attitiln Istralor of tlie oHlate uf Mary H. Haktioa, decuaneil, on the 10th day ut Alaich, A. 1. lHi, lliel hln petition In the Court of Common Heat of Mam county, Ohio, aualti.Ht the Hald fcnoe Kiililmaii, Hettintr forth that Uie aalil Knoa Kuhlmau dlil on the nth day uf June, a U 1 M7.1, eiecute and deliver hi.t certain promissory note to titeaahl .Mary li. H iinert, which isa.d note called for the sum of tr4 iiJ with Interett. tnd ptuyiioc lor a JudKtiiHut thei eon for said sum uf y ir(.:ij, wlttilnter ent from the nth day of June, A. U. 17 it. ami that an uttachmeut le lustied in said action. T he ttald Knm Kuhliuan H reiiiind tn answer snld petition on or before tlm third bsttunlay aU;r the nih day of April. A. U lly ALJJAUOH & WKL.TY. mchL'I L All'y.H for l'iaitdllfH. Shcriir Salo. Allan Order of nale Stark County Cumuiuu fieau court. Julian Sherrettet Hjr Tlrtueof an ahaa order of nale Issued by the clerk of the court of common pleas ol stark county, Ohio, in the ttlMive action and to me directed 1 will 4ir for tiale at puhliu outcry at the door of tlm cotut house lu the city ul Canton, Stark comity, Ohio, ou Saturday, the 12th day of May, 1883, the following described n'al estate) Mtuatft In Stark county, Ohio, to-wit: lieitnt the one unuividett hail of all that part of Urn southwest fjuarter uf aectiou 22, towiiahip 17. raimH 7, In Mark county, Ohio, whluti lies norih uf the wmth bank of the Sandy and lie-aver canal and eabt of the State- road leading from stetibenvllle, Olno, tot anton, Ohio, except a cert du lot of irmund aud the appuiUMMiicea udioiuiiiK Mild ruad and canal, which wad heretorore tHhl hy Isaac N. Hxn to fc-liza Shiuw out of the above demTltied ti-act, said lot contain lutf ahout of an acitt. and haw a .iiuuil dwellliiK house therttili. Aiho except a piece of round out of Uie uoi th. east coiner of sunt tiuarter scciioti, coniiduli'ir ahout uiib and one-fourth acren, heietoh.re sohl Ut John Ueed by 1. M. iUtH. aImo except that tract or piece of ground aIJoinlnu' to the piece sold to Jolm itoed which I.h now owned by PmiIoiuuii ivooula. which cmtidin ahout H acrea. 'lhe en Uie tract of land iiereiu described con talua HH at-ree, the one undivided half of which I here by conveyed, and the said Krai Horn do also hereby sell ami convey unto the said u ran tee and his heirs and aa tnifm the undlvkdetl half of the wat:r privlh'Ke a-s It is now enjoyed and art It now paases Lhiouuii the southeast uuarlcrof the aforesaid section 22. Also lhe one undi vided half of ti.e, .ouiiiiu Mills aud Saw Mill bituat d upun the tint tract of land herein described, toKethei witli the entire undivided halt of the water pi lvileijna ailvautitueti. riKhUt and appuiteiianceti there uu to he long a uow enjoyed, used and occupied. Appraised at t.r.tHI0. Terma, cash. Sale to commence at nun o'clock p. ni. H. ALIKKUUSK Sherltf, SlieritT Sale. Iaaac Cope's Adiu'ra J Unler of Sale Stark (bounty vs. Cotiuiiuu fleas court. Sarali A. Solliday et at. ) lly virtue of an order of sale Issued by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of stark county, Ohio. In the alKive action, and to uie directed, 1 will otter for Mile at public outcry at Uie door of the court house, In tne city of Canton, stai k county, Ohio, on Saturday, the 5th day of May, 1883, the following described real iwtate situate in LxlnKtoii township, SI ark county, Ohio: Ut yliinlrnf at A stone on the quarter section line HJ chains and 2 J links east ol thenouthwet ciruerof the northuet (juarter of see tlon uunilier4. township 1 , ranker); thence south for ty three rods ut the hue of land formerly owned by Minon Dixon, Jamea i iuht anil ot hers, hut now April Ifith. lMTlt. owned hy I). II. Motrhklss; thence eant aloiiKsaid Hue oil pen-he to a . stone; thence mu ih 41 pen hes to th nuarter section line; thence west aloui; said line. percnes to tlm place of bewiinnmif con tatulna' 15 a. ret. H n-ln Mtid 1 7 pert lies of land, more or less, ext ent Uie lain! iyltiif eat of the east end or the wai-ehouse on saul laud and south of the rosd leadittK from Uuiaville tu MarlbnrotiKh, and lticludlut thi hulhlltiKH thereon, together witli all the water and mill privileges Knintisl lit said l.uthcr HHI by deii of S. C. AiHaiil and others bearing date November linn. 18 7H with the privilege of eiiterlmf on the atiove excepted land lor the purpose ot repairing the tall race ol the mill upon saltl premises, Uie real cbtate heiuby conveyed 8 acres, more oi iena. AppraUed at tlNtlu. SJile to commence at one o'clock p. m. Tenns cash. U. ALiKKHUSK, Slieiiff John tahm, Att'y. Shcriir Sale. Singer Man fur. Company . Order of Sale Stark County vs. V Common Pleas Court, busan UeetL ) By virtue of an order nf sale issued hr the clerk of the court of common pleas of mark county, Ohio, In tne above action, and to me dlrrciel I wilt offer lor sale at public outcry at the dor of tne court house. In the chy ot Canton, stark couu'.y, uhio, 0u Saturday, tlie 5th day of May, 18.1, the following described real esrste to wit: Lot ntiintvr two (2 i lu tbe town of Marlborough In the county ol .itark and State of Ohio. Appraised at fMoO. Sale to couiuieiice at one o'clock p. m. Terms rash. H. A.LTfcKKLSK. Sherllf. Ltnhh, DAT A L.TNCH, Alty's. Slierift' Salo. James W. Under fill I ) Alias Order of sale. Stark conn w. " ty Commou ITeae Court. AlUiUAl Vogt. ) Hy vlrtupof an alias ifrder of sale Issued by the clerk ol ttie Court of Common pleas of Stark County, Ohio, In the above action and to iw directed I will olfer (or sale at public outcry at the door of Uie Court Uuuse, III Uiecily of Canton, ntark county, Ohio, ou Saturday, the 5th day of May, 1883. the roiinwlnif described real estate to-wtt: Lot num ber 2aU m Wtn. C Ihompssoi's second addition to the city of Canton, stark county, Oldo, the same iN-inir now numbered 215 ou Uie new map of said city ol canton. Appraised at f;00. Sale to commence at one o'clock p. m. Terms cash. H. ALTtKliLSK. S her I IT. John Lahm, Att'y- Sherift Sale, iMiius Ilunaberser 1 Onler of Sale sunk County . Common I'leas court. Daniel Lei b etui et a) ) By virtue of an order of sale Lssited by tbe clerk ot the court of common pleas or Stark county, Ohio, In the altove action and to me directed I will otter for sale ai put. lie outcry at the door of the court uouac. In the city of canton, stark county, Ohio, on Saturday, the 5th day of May, 1883, the following den-ribed real estate, to-wlt: Lot num Iwr two(2 lu the village of Oreentowu. stark count v. Ohio. Appraised at HfiO. sale ro commence at one o'clock p. m. Terma cash. U. ALl fclUtUSK, Sheriff, John Lahm. Att'y. Administratrix Notice. Notice la hereby irlren that the undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Administratrix of tii wtnt of Henry Archer, late of Mark count r, Ohio, dee'd. aprl 14 Aji,nlnlttmtjiav SELLS B BOTHERS' TMEFARTICOIiAllW This (J rent Show will under no circumstances Ug,aso , in liillingsgate. Its reputation for Integ rity is Recorded Every where. ' i a 4. r a TmAnvT aflBttCa aaAaaisai OMDAY, APRIL 30, '83. Not a Day Sooner, lot a Day Later. SELLS BROTHERS' ENORMOUS RAILROADSHOWS .ILL LXOW XII TH E BIGGEST OF lOO Startling and Sensational Features. MOST COMPLETE CIRCUS EVER ORGANIZED. fXTlSI POSSIBLE TO NUMB More Performers Appear Daily than are Connected with any Other Half Dom Shows, embracing among their number, :SS VIOLA. RIVERS, THE FAMOUS AMERICAN KQCESTRIENNK. Md'lle ADDRIENE De LARUE, THE J'RIDE OF THE PARIS ARENA. 6 PARISIAN LADY RIDERS 6 IN A SEXTUPLE MENAGE ACT.. MIR. ORRI1T HOX-ILXS, GREAT S0MER3AULT EQUESTRIAN. THEWONDERFULSTIRK FAMILY BICYCLE CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD. PliOF. .TItlAA WEITZMAN, CHAMPION OF THE HIGH WIRE. c- B- C03TBH, IN HIS SLIDE FOR LIFE. SO DOUBLE OMERSAULTISTS 20 TIII3W.SIIIlTaT01TSt CA.nOIT THOTJTHI ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPION ACROBATS, And More Performers than it Would be Possible to Enumerate. w Y-, l f VvN s!t$i- o 1 1 ') lV vAl I lNiJ ;- ji i ZZ3 THE.0NE AND ONLY PAIR OF LIVING HIPPOPOTAMI ALK AIVl FKJtALK. A HUGE RHINOCEROS, IN ADDITION 50 XIi:;?l OF WILD ANIMALS Whole Colonies of Monkey s.Myri ads of Birds, etc A PERFECT CRASH OF MUSIC. UUAXD DAY IGIIT Golden thmiott, Triumphal Cars, Cavaliers, Demoiselles, Eqaerrlea, Elenhant Cuiucln, Oritriches, Giraffes, Blooded Horses, Ponies, and a Grand EclipsiDga Mardi Gras Exposition, will be Riven on the morninirof thday of ex hibition. Tnis Grand aud Imposing Spectacle is Over Three Miles in Length, and REMEMBER IT IS FREE TO ALL. Xiaxicni-wion Kates BAlLBOAI 8HOWS. ICE! Mk' Wstal iITED. ALL BIG SHOWS too Kit ITS MANY ATTACHES. I RETLA.W and ALTE2T, CHAMPION BAR PERFORM IR8. 20 GREAT -CLOWNH- 20 i TO WHICH ARE 3L.XV3CIVO- 50 I SIX MARTIAL BRASS BAUDS: STUEET PARADE. on JSA.1 It,ilron,l