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It would Le well for comtnumty nnd the
country at large if all people who are
really mischief makers ere confined to
the evil-disposed and the vicious classes.
Unfortunately they are not. Many people
who are pious and honesit make a good
deal of trouble in the world simply he
cause they are not as wise and sagacious
as they are good It is well for people to
be pious, but it would be much better if
they would be both pious and broad, aud
give to all great "burning" problems the
attention, investigation and study which
belong to them. For we have a number
of blazing questions to propound and an
swer, in this countrv, besides those in
volved in the consumption of, and traffic
in, intoxicating drinks, lor these are ccr.
tainlyof great importance, involving the
welfare and happiness of many thousands
ot people, and indeed the peace and pros
perity of entire communities But men
of generous impulses and honest purposes
do themselves great wrong and, so far as
their personal and political influence goes,
great harm to the country in their public
action, if they allow themselves to lose
sight of all creat questions except those
of the kind we have alluded to Let us
suppose that a certain citizeii has given
especial attention to Polygamy in Utah
and licentiousness throughout the country,
and commences the organization of a
crnsade against these two tremendous
evils, which have such a strong family
likeness! Or that he organizes a Na
tional political party on the basis of op
position to the two oils1 There would
certainly be at least some scne and reason
in this, for it lies in the province of the
General Government only to attack and
utterly root out at least one of thee evils'
But, still, it would be unwie for this citi
zen to shut his eyes to the great commer
cial, agricultural, educational aud social
interests of the country, in his efforts to
single out and destroy one evil.
If this be true, and all will concede that
it is, then it is certainly unnise to make
an issue involved in the liquor-traffic the
basis of a National political party, nnd
this was certainly illustrated, graphically
and powerfully, in the canvass just closed
WeTiadthe two great political parties
one whieh had proved always the party of
progress, the friend of humanity, the
savior of the nation, and the other which
had fought it at eery step, against the
abolition of slavery, against the extension
of the franchise and civil rights to the
blacks, against an honest currency
arrayed against each other, in a terrible
conflict, and all the while our pious aud
honest friends, good citizens and Christian
men as mot of them were, flaunting their
banners and beating their tomjons and
shooting off their mouths, about a matter
that was in no wise involved in the fight
And these very citizens are the men who
held the balance of power, and who, by re
fusing to vote the ticket put in the field by
the party which contains much the larger
number of persons opposed to the liquor
traffic, and by making an energetic and
persistent fight upon their best ami only
political friends friends who had estab
Iished Prohibition of the liquor traffic in
at least three Republican StaUs gave
New York to their avowed enemies, the
Democrats, aud in giving New York to
them gave them the countryl Now was
not this a monumental bit of mischief
making, done by excellent people, who
ought to have known better, and done
better, and who ought never to do so
again? We respectfully suggest to them
that they "sign the pledge" not to
Since writing the foregoing we have re
ceived from the Htv. Mr. Ftrnald a com
munication, which, considering the topic
and his manner o! handling it, is too long
for publication in these columns, and in
which he expresses his "unqualified amaze
ment" at the appearance of an article in
our Monday's issue, "signed by initials"
that he says he supposes "to be those of a
Christian man." The writer appears to
be both surprised and hurt because e had
"understood" that St John was "a sort of
'reformed' man," and had considered it
"likely that he had been an inebriate."
Mr. Fernald, who is a very pxctllent
and sincere man, is also grieved because
we asserted that St. John "sold" himself
to the National Proh'iDitioii part for the
bare "honor" of a presidential nomina
tion. Now, by way of an effort to mate
rialize Mr. Fernald's supposition that "C.
M. N." are "the initials of a Christian
man," into a conviction, and as we per
sonally know nothing of the alleged facts,
and wish to remove all possible cause of a
real grievance from the minds of honest
men, we will withdraw the intimation that
St John is "a sort of a 'reformed' man,"
and give him the benefit of any doubt that
may be entertained by anybody as to
whether he ever dunk a drop of liquor or
did anything else that was wrong; and,
further, we will withdraw the assertion
that he "sold" himself to the Prohibition
party, but will say merely that ha "trans
ferred" himself, for we still very much
doubt whether he would have acted with
that party last year unlesi it had nomi
nated him for the Presidency. But let it
be borne in mind that we did not charge
that St. John offered to sell out to the Re
publicans and that he did sell out to tb
Democrats, we simply referred to charges
of this sort that have been made by Mr.
Clarkson, of Iowa, a member of the Na
tional Republican Committee, and Mr.
McCullagh, editor of the Globe-Democrat,
St. Loui, who say they can prove them;
nnd, as the National Prohibition .Commit
tee has publicly challenged them to do so,
we presume they will do it, if they can.
So far, certainly, we must admit that th
charges are not proved.
It is not at all strange that in brooding
over the mischief done by St. John in
turning over the country to the Demo
crats, and also over the ankind things he
aud his followers have been saying about
Mr. Blaine and his supporters, we should
use rather strong language language
which we are sorry to know greatly hurt
(we think unnecessarily) the feelings of
Mr. Fernald and Mr. Robert H. Young,
and perhaps those of other gentlemen for
whom we have a high regard.
We hope, however, that these gentlemen
will take in good part the suggestion that
whenever they find that Republicans have
put good, clean, honest men, of sound and
correct principle--, habits, and character,
in the field as candidates, whether for the
office of mayor, of governor, or of presi
dent, they will show their genuineness as
reformers and their practical sense, by
voting for them especially in cases where
their refusal or neglect to do so will throw
the local or the national government into
the hands of avowed whisky men.
C. V. N.
Bismarck contemptuously hints to Eng
laud .that she has not a judgment-lien on
Africa ner a mortgage on the Pacific
Vest of Missouri is unanimously re
nominated for election to the U. S. senate.
There have been various jocose invita
tions for Mo. to pull down her Vest; but
the Democrats of that state have shown
their appreciation of useful brains by re
fusing to pull him down.
Durbin Ward, in his little SL-Jackson
speech at Columbus, reminded his fellow
rejoicers that "the senate is still in the
hands of Republicans." Said Durbin,
said he, "although we have scotched the
serpent, we have not yet killed him."
This remark cast a gloom that was felt.
It was noticed that Thnrman's bandana
was waved more eloquently at the Jackson
flow of soul than it had been known be
fore for years. The old gentleman sneezed
into it with all the vigor of his prime, and
with a defiant emphasis that seemed to
presage ill news to McLean and his crew
from the New-York headquarters of
Cleveland will enforce the civil-service
law , but he vill do it, as Arthur did, with
a board of examiners composed, in its
majority, of his own party friends. Ap
plications are already being made for the
places of Republicans on the board. It
is difficult to see how the Republican party
can criticise Cleveland for running the
civil service with the same machine (with
the gearing reversed) that Arthur ran it
There can be no doubt that the over
whelming popular sentiment of the Re
publican party in New York is in favor of
Wm. M. Evarts for the senatorship; and it
is claimed with confidence that he has
now enough members of the legislature
pledged to his support to carry him
triumphantly through the caucus. Bit
Levi P. Morton is a very rich man, and
Mr. Evarts, comparatively, is not In
this state of facts prophecy is a vain thing.
Hoadly made a rattling jpeech his
speeches are always rattling at the Jack
son banquet in response to the toat, "The
next governor of Ohio." It was not re
ported, perhaps because it was thought
that the newspapers had had as much as
they wanted to swallow of Hoadly till
next January. But he made one point
that was mentioned by the reporters with
applause; namely, that he positively
would not be a candidate for renomination
and would not be the next Governor of
Ohio. Let it be recorded.
The Enquirer suggests Gen. Bob. Kennedy
as an RvaiHhle Repunlican candidate for
goTtrnor. There u lots ot good timber, such
as Foraker, Kennedy, asb, Hnd Rose. Bk
counties bave not reported. The Springfield
Globe-Repcblic sijs that no Sprirgfield
msn wants the nomination, which is lur
prisinc Diyton Journal.
While the GLODE-RLrcBLic did not state.
its opinion in that emphatic form, it
adheres to its opinion as stated. Bit why
should it bo surprising? The governor
ship of Ohio is not the chief end of man.
And, if it were, sensible persons would
still recognize the vast hiatus that is lia
ble to yawn between an end and an aim
between an election and a nomination.
Springfield men are modest.
Hazen is in another row. Ilia letter to
Secretary Chandler, attacking Commander
Wildes, and charging the disaster of the
Arctic expedition to bim, has the old
probabilities of a warm wave in it. Hazen
"The power to rescue Gretlv and his party
wa3 in the hands ot Commander Wildes, and
it onlj required his willingness to do it, and
he refused ft when he knew no one else
would ,-ive it, and sailed to the scuth thirty
days before it was neceseary."
Hazen seems to be courting a court
martial for himself; and the Washington
Republican says that it need not cause
surprise if begets it by the time theSwaim
trial is done, and from the same tribunal.
Anything for a change from Swim.
The Philadelphia Press traces the Cin
cinnati riots to the use of milk from cows
fed on distillery slops.
The .New-York Sun declares that "in all
respects Governor Hoadly's message is a
very able document." In respsct of size
it is the very ablest document ever put on
The mystery surrounding the new cabi
net has not yet been dispelled, notwith
standing nil the great head lights of the
press which have been kept turned upon it
with such a steady glare.
Andrew Jackson Davis, the spiritualist,
has, in his old age, been boodood by an
"affinity," and wants to be divorced from
his wife. We had supposed that Andrew
had long ago gone to the "summer-land."
Father Payne's age was painfully no
ticed in the del.very of his festivity speech
at Columbus. It is actually recorded that
he seemed to mumble some. Nothing of
this was observed when the oil was flowing
Aleck McClure says that the talk of
beating Cameron for the senate is the
sheerest nonsense, because the legislature
was chosen for the purpose of electing
him. But who chese it, Dou or the people
Mr. Whitelaw Reid is again mentioned
in a dispatch as a possible alternative
candidate for the N. Y. senatorship, in
case it is found impracticable to unite the
party strength on Evarts. But we thought
it had been settled for him that Mr. Reid
would not condescend from his higher
office to accept such a thing.
The lovely business of O'Donovan
Rossa in the world was aptly illustrated
yesterday in the office of that grand
American dynamiter. Captain Thomas
Phelan, the alleged cabalistic "No. 1,"
was hacked to pieces there with a knife by
four noble members of the league that is
to bring sweet peace to Ireland by blow
ing up women and children in England.
There is a really flattering prospect that
the house will put its interstate-commerce
bill through, and that the senate will do
the same with its own; nnd then both bills
will be thrown into a conference commit
tee, where it will be agreed that a com
mission shall be appointed to investigate
what legislation ought to be bad, and to
report other and different nnd divers and
sundry bills to the next congress. That
is the usual upshot of similar attempts at
The boy Strong went to our U. S. naval
academy from Oregon. The gentle cadets
duly initiated him. This process of in
itiation is notorious. The voung gentle
men of the American navy rode the new
Oregon boy Strong on a rail, they rolled
him in a barrel, they pummeled Lim.
Within twelve hours he was laid up in the
hospital, and in a few days he died. These
gallant young tars had given him his
death. They murdered him and laughed
about it as their usual fun. Ihey
call it "hazing." There is a talk
in congress about an investigation
and punishment of the guilty parties.
The institntion itself should be investi
gated and punished. A set of professors
who will suffer this pleasant academical
pastime called hazing to go on till it re
sults in actual " murder ought to be dis
charged with something about as sud
den as dynamite.
Durbin Ward's bugle-blast beat them
all. Durbin is a thinker, aud ho slings
the language like lightning. He was one
steady glow of eloquent fireworks on the
8th at Columbus. Witness these speci
men flashes on Jackson:
"He ran the jIo--share ot reform into the
sterile, fallow ground of lazy sinecures and
fertilized the fields of office by new sunlight
"Jackson, when he saw the devils of plu
tocracy mocking the rights of the people,
burled the Ithuriel spear of his veto at the
vitals of monopoly, and it stood revealed as
an ugly harpy, cowering from that day to
this under the eagle eye of Democracy."
"If the birth of a man foretold his future
We, Andrew Jackson should bave been born
amidst thunder, lightning, and storm."
Coal Oil, Sr., who is to represent the
State of Ohio in the U. S. senate when
I Civil-Service, Jr., quits, gave his views of
reform at the Jackson banquet Thursday.
They are the same with which he enthused
the Democratic rejoicing over his election
at Columbus last winter, and vrbich, as he
says, he "has since seen no reason to
change or modify." One of those views
was, "You can not cleanse the Augean
stables with a toothbrush." This'view was
painted on a square sheet of linen, framed
in fir, and put up to decorate the room in
which the Standard-0 , Sr., was reading
his printed speech. And, in this printed
speech, the venerable Established Petro
leum read that "all who are not needed, or
who have already enjoyed a liberal term of
office, shall go." "All who are not needed"
will please take notice. With son in-law
Whitney in the cabinet, the Standard old
senator will see to it that precious few
Republican postmasters be needed in Ohio.
The ends of the earth may be said to
meet at Oberlin College. Fortj-eight dif
ferent states, territories, and foreign coun
tries are represented in its new catalogue
just issued which contins the names of
1,314 students. The Hawaiian Islnuder,
the Japanese, and the Zulu quaff at the
spring with Californians from the Golden
Gate, Indians from "The Nation," and
Bottonese from the Back Bay. While
Ohio furnishes over half of the whole
number, New York sends 06, and cpn
Missouri 17. One explanation of such a
Ierge rtiesdance from far and near, in
tiis year of hard times, may possibly be
found in the success with which Oberlin
manages to keep up the excellence of its
facilities while it keeps down studeut ex
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women are able to attain both room and
meals in one of the college boarding halls
for $2 00 a week. And even these figures
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Some Elephant Stories.
Major Rogers had been out shooting,
and had iHseharjred all his jnins, when
an elephant nitdo a chargo at him
from the skirts of the jungle. There
was no help lor it except to run, ana
for 400 -ards the Major kept just
ahead, feeling at every step just as il
the trunk was trying to twist itself
about his loin. A turn around a tree
jravo him a momentary advantage.
which he mido the most of by spring
ing into the branches; but. beforo he
had time to draw up his legs, the ele
phant had got him with his proboscis.
Still Rorors nulled ajrainst him, think
ing it was better to havo his leg
wrenched from the socket than to fall
back bodily into tho animal's power.
The struggle did not last long, for, to
the delight of tho pursued and the
chagrin of tho pursuer, tho Wellington
boots, which tho former wore, slipoed
off, released the leg and saved the life
of poor Uogers. ihe dilemma, how
ever, did not end here; for the elephant,
finding himself balked of his prey, after
destroying the boot, took up his quar
ters beneath tho branches and kept his
anticipated victim inmthe treo for twen-
tv-lour hours when tho country post
man happened to pass by. Rogers gav
him notice of his position, and soon
help came and the elephant was fright
ened away by tom-toms ana ycumg.
ilad this occurred in tho deserted part
of the jungle, the officer must have
been starved to death in tho treo.
'J ho native Hindoo from want ol
thought keeps up a constant drumming
on the beast's head with tho goad, 01
"ankus." I, therefore, hoped not to
use it at all. Such an improvement all
at once, however, proved more than
tho elephantine mind could grasp. He
began really to enjoy himself, going
his own way moro than mine, till at
last ho marched straight into an im
mense fores treo of tho banyan species
and commenced to browse. Ho seized
tho boughs above his head, and, tug
ging violently with them, brought them
down on my dovoted skull. This was
too much. I raised tho ankus and
brought it down on his head with a
blow that brought blood through the
skin. This had tho desired effect, and
he at once bundled off along tho road
by which ho knew I w anted to go. He
merely took with him a branch about
the size of a small apple treo to discuss
as wo went along, i rorn this moment
w o were friends, and I don't think J
ever had to use the hook again so as to
bring blood. London 'lines.
He Changed to Sugar.
Gen. Strongly, who was once Gover
nor of Arkansas, could stand defeat ot
success about as well as any man known
to tho thrilling history of this country.
Once, while his chances of victory were
in the hands of his friends assembled
in State convention, the General and
seeral supporters sat in the rotunda ol
the leading hotel. The result of each
ballot was brought by a courier.
"Well," said tho Genoral, after re
ceiving returns from the forty-first bal
lot, "if Jackson climbs much moro he'll
"I'd be prepared for tho worst," somo
"O, I am tprepared. Hello, here's
"General, I am pained to inform you
that jou are defeated."
"lhat so? Well, boys, como up and
let's have something," leading tho way
to the bar. "What will you take. Bill?"
addressing tho bartender. "Givo mo a
Just then a man dashed in and ex
claimed: "General, six counties have
changed their oto and you are nomi
nated." "That so? Say Bill, you may put a
little sugar in mine." Arkansas Trav
eler. Christmas Presents.
Children of tho present generation
aro not aware, probably, how mach
better they faro at Christmas and on
their birthdays than their fathers did.
And it is a conclusive proof of tho
growth of our peoplo on the sentimen
tal side or their natures, that it is so.
Forty years ago, in this country, it is
not likely that ono boy out of a score
expected to reccivo even ono present at
Christmas. Tho practice has grown
almost universal within tho last gener
ation, and tho prayer of all is that the
custom will not die out
SJWUJ&ff 10, 1888
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Easy Chairs, Fine Couches, Parlor Suits, Carpets and Rugs.
Finest assortment of Brass Stands, Sconces and Mahoga
ny Tables, &c. Chamber Sets, Rich Gold Lamps of
every description and design. Prices below
low water mark. Also fine
FRENCH CHINA TEA AND DINNER SETS
A Large yine or DECORATED TTARE, COAL TASES, TIX SETS and
STANDS. And in fact ererjthing that nukes Homo Happy on a Frost
Christmas Morninir. Be snre and see ns before malin? jour purchases.
The annual meeting of tbabiockholdersof tha
First National Bank or Springfield, Ohio, for the
election of ftxt Directors, to terra tha ensuing
jeir, will be held at their Banking Houe on
fuesdar, January 13, 1&S5, between tha hours of
ono and three o'ciock p. m.
C. A. PHELPS, Caahler.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Second National bank of Springfield. Ohio, for
the election of directors for the ensuing jear.
will be held at its banking rooms on the thir
teenth day of January. 18&5, between the hours of
one and three o'clock, p m.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Springfield National bank, for the election of di
rectors for the ensuing year, will be held at their
banking house, No 5b W est Main St., Springfield,
Ohio, Tuesday, January 13, 1SS3, between the
hours of 10 and 12 o'clock.
F. . Petfield, Cashier.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Citizens's btreet Railroad Company, for the elec
tion of Directors for the ensuing jear, will be
held at .he hanking room of the cprinefield
National Bank, Springfield, O , betwoen the hours
of two and three p. m., January VJ, 1835.
D. W. fcTBOCD, President.
MAD RIVER NATIONAL BANK,
Of Sprinefleld, Ohio.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Mad KiTer atiosial Bank, of Springfield, Ohio,
for the election of directors, will be held at its
banking house on Tuesday the 18th day of Jan
uary, A. i. 1835, between the hours of 10 a. m.
and 4 p. m. Tuoaias F. McGkcw, Cashier.
LASQHDA HATIQRAL BANK, SPHINgFIELD. 0.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of this
Bank, lor the election of Directors, will b bell
at their Banking; House, corner Main ana Market
streets, on Tuesday January 13, 1893, bttween tha
hoars of 1 and 4 o'clock p. m.
1 P. JEFFERIES. Cashier.
PURSUANT TO THE COMMANDS OF AN
execution of sale Issued from the Court of
Common Fleas of Clark county. Ohio, and to me
directed and delirered, I will otfer lor sale at pub
lic auction, at the south door of the Court House
of said county, on
Saturday, January 31, A. D. 1885,
at one o'clock p m , the following; described mort
gaged premises, to-wit:
situated in the city of Springfield, the county of
Clark, and State of Ohio, and bounded and de
scribed as follows: Beginning at the northwest
corner of lotnumbereleTen (ll)iu F 1'en field's
addition to said city; running thenreraston and
with the south line of an alley IT) feet to a ten
foot alley: thence south with said ten-foot alley
to the south line of said lot; thence uest on a line
parallel with the first named line to Wheldon
street: thence with said Wheldon street to the
plsce of beginning.
fcaid abore described premises appraised at fif
teen hundred (51,500.)
rald premises to he sold by order of theConrtof
Common Fleas of Clark county, Ohlj, in case o
7515, wherein b. It and J. 11. cities are plaintiffs
against 1-annle J. Wattst al .defendants
Terms ot Sale Cash.
Sheriff of Clark Countr, Ohio.
IIaoan A IIaoan, Attorneys
PAUL A. STAU2Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert.
Patent Business Exclusively. Pat.uts So.
Hflt.d. Rotn 8. Jlrel Hnllrll.e.
Fire, Life, Accident,
and Plate Glass
OYER LAGONDA BANK,
Corner of Main and Market Streets,
E. MAIN ST.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan.
liooma In Bncklnshaia's Bnlldlsss
over Mnrpby A Bro'n store.
dp clal alHLtlri ilttrt tr IL l root log
J. G OLDHAM
GOLD JTILLISO A rSFHlALlY.
Teeta Inserted In gol silver, rrbber, T
can He or rubber Claim
ftlTHOlH.OXJDK WAN U1T1V
ZCo. 9 3Btat 3MXM.1XX .
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
TVu. U. Sua it.
If a ana M. Quaht.
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Idtrd, Bacon and Ham.
C. B. CONVERSE,
Bttpectfatlj- announces to bis patrons and th
the public, that be has remoTfd from hla forme
location, 13 booth limestone street, to
Rooms 5 and 6 Mitchell Building,
Cor. Lime stune and fUgli bts.
I2Tbanfcful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended Mm; with thelatenarpliance ued ia
dentistry, and t-en furnished Iiental i-ariors So
Central Uhio, he hope? to merit the contioned
confidence of his patrons. Engagement by tele
phone No. 391. Mtrous oxide gas administered f-w
extraction of teeth when desired.
0 West Mam Street.
I HHST-GUSS BUEBT II EIOTBESPECT
Eet and Iargst assortment of Caces, Candles
and llread in the itj. A complete and splendid
line of Holiday GwK Weddings, Parlies and
sscial furni'hed on short notico.
llcom.So. r, Arcide Building, econ fl
i amrk. anra iwn. -
s-m. usu or write, f. p. CLAitat. w. w.
to. IN VMS TTMMKT- "M1P1NWATH
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