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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
UCnC-RCFUDUC HUILDINQ, WEST HIGH ST,
Cot. Walnut Alley.
Dally eiTllon, per ycar
Oalljf edition, per week,
MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi
Issued Evury Thursday Morning,
ONK DOLiLiA A TEAR..
Ml communlcitlonj should be addressed la
MNNEY NICHOLS & CO,
lO KA.vrl.llN AUVUITI3KU&
Mb. II. C. BNinitR, 23 Park llow, New York, la
(he OtoiiK-IlxruuLR's special representative, to
whom all Eaatern advertising bualneew, muat b.
WKDXVbDAY KVESIXa, JULY 22.
m:i'uiii.ic.KN st ati: ticket,
Josfpii U, Forakir,
Of Hamilton County.
I.touteiinul Governor i
KOBKRT 1". KgNNkDY,
Of Logan County.
SiipremelCourt Judg. i
Rioriu: V. McIlvaink,
01 Tu'carawns County.
John 0. Brown,
Of Jefferson County.
Attorney General l
Jacor A. Kouler,
Of Summit County.
Ilwtril nt Public Works l
Weils S. Joirs,
Of Pike County.
('mumon I'len Jiulgft
JoskTH V. O'MkALL,
Of Warren County.
btnte Senator l
Thomas J. Frinolc,
Of Clarke County.
DUECITE LECT1BH mil GDHIEHTIDH.
A the Jlrjmbhenns of Chirk County, Ohio:
I Of are lierelij notitjeJ that xamtiaxi will be
lielJ ia fach of the voting prcioct of 8 I J
Irlumluy Kveninj. August 3, IKS .3,
at the tistial place of Toting, unless otherwise pro
?ietl,for the felectUn of delegates to attend the
Comity Cutueutlun to be held on
Tiififtilny, lO'.O A.M., August 1, 18X3,
at the Wlxwam, In theCltr of yprlngfipld, tonoin
Inate candidates for tho following county ofllt-es:
. Pro-ecu... rig Attorney
4. Infirmary Director
Tli Delegates to Bald Convention ihall be m
lotted In the following manner :
That on theeTeningof August 3, l&ftS. the Ile
putillcan electors ol Clark county, Ohio, shall aa
Hemble In each voting precinct In laid county at
their uaual voting plcs, or at such places at the
Central Committeeman of each precinct Bit ill pro
Ide. which place of meeting ahall bedealgnated,
If It be other than the usual voting place, and no
tice given to th voters of said precincta at leaat
ten dajo prior to the caucus meeting.
The Central Committeeman, or In hla absence,
Rome one designated bj him, aball call the meet-
Int to order at 7 n. m. in thn rniinl v nrrlrirli a rut
at a p. m. In lhecit preclncU, and tbey ihall pro J
to be blindfolded to ilraw the names Irons the box,
and a rommlttee consisting ol seven reliable Uo
publicana. The officera above designated ihall b, elected In
auch manner as the caucus may decide, except the
committee ol seven, which shall be elected aa fol
lows No nominations shall be made: each It.
publican voter at the caucus shall write the name
tl one suitable irson on a ballot and place it in a
box or hat provided for that purpose; these ballots
shall tie collected and count! In the presence of
the meeting, and tho seven receiving the highest
number of votes shall constitute said committee;
should there not be seven persons voted for on the
Irst ballot, those receiving votes shall l declared
elect"! to aald committee, and a new ballet shall
e taken aa before to elect the remainder of said
umiutltlee; should any persons receive a tie vote,
aald tie shall be determined by lot Ineucn manner
aa the caucus may decide.
Tho said committee ol seven ahall then ltnpar
partlally select Irom the Republican electors of
aald precinct tho names of twice the number to
w bich said precinct la entitled to delegates lu aald
County Convention, tbey shall then place the
names so selected In a box, which shall be thor
oughly shaken, tho names shall then be drawn
one at a time by a piraon blindfolded and chosen
lor the purpose, lhe drat half ol the names
drawn oat shall be the Delegates and the other
half In the order of their drawing ahall bo the
Aliernalea to said County Convention.
The basis of representation at aald Cnventlon
aball be one Delegate to every 25 vctea caat for
James U. Maine lor President at the November,
Iff), election, and one Delegate lor every fraction
of 13or more.
"All Kepubllcans who voted for saldjame, O.
Jllalne for auch office at aald election, unleee,pr
vmited by unavoidable abacooe, aiokneiiaror ul
lorlty, and who will aupport the nominees of aald
nveutlon, ahall be entitled to vote and partlcl-
i e lu aald meetings.
he various precincta shall be entitled to the
jwlng number of Delegates:
IJednav ........... .. 4
New Carlisle. 10
lawrencevllle.. .........HHH...,M i
Treinont -. .... 2
(Jreene township ......, ,, ,,if
Harmony -. ................... ...13
Madison- M.....HHMH..HH.M M...17
Mad Hirer .. a
Moorefield ......... 8
'J r-prlngheld. ..... ........... u
1 Hnt ward......... 10
Hcond .......... 17
'Ihlrd I'reclnrt A .,u
' 1'cn.luct II ..u
Fourth - .., ,H
Fifth-I'recloct A ., jy
I'recluct It... HH H 5
rllitb-l'reclutt A .. It
1'rectnct II.. - .1
eleventh l'rccluct A ,..... 4
I'reclnct II ...... ,......U
hlghtli-Preclaci A...., ...12
I'reclnct II. ..... ........... 6
Ninth ...... .. .n
Also, each precinct wealing ahall return the
name ol eultaul. peraou (or Central Comiullt-
tuanol aald precinci lor me enauing year.
Uyord.ro! Central Commute.
JOHN W. 1'AIteONS, CUirmu.
Jaj. 1', Uookwjji, Merttarr.
Whenever ono rocs from tlii, siilo of
the ocean to London, lie is generally pret
ty sure to timl otic or moro Ainericnns
llonllng itliout in tlin upper strittn of eo
eiily Mnry Anderson mid Mr Lowell
linve been nlnorbinc lint little iittriition
the Kn1iali people coulil spare from I'Jpt
n ml India, for n jenr or two, nucl i'wn
with so ninny Americnni in l.tiglnml na
luive been in that country (or tho fe'wjtnri
"Inst pnst" tho piople were no rntcnoun
that they hnd to como our lure in stMirtn.i
to see more of tho Yankees And to
crown nil, Mr Cyrus W. 1'iild, the moat
distinguished member of tho most distin
guished American family the father of
ocean telegraphic cnblcs nr.d the owner of
n fine evening newspaper, the New York
Mail nnd Cxpress goes mer the brine to
show tho English how to celebrate tho fact
of American Independence, nnd to mnlto
them participate in the proceedings. So
on the fourth of Jnly, Mr Field gn c a
dinner to U. S. Minister Phelps nnd oth
ers, at the Buckingham Palace llotel,
(near the Weetminstcr Abbey nnd tho Par
liament buildings,) nnd besides Mr. Phelps
there were present, the Duko of Arg)ll,
the bead of the Campbell clan, Lord
North nnd Lord Haughton; Hon.
Georgo F. Edmunds, U. S. Senator
from Vermont, Mr John Bright, M. P ,
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Sir Daniel
Gooch. M. P., Sir Georgo Elliot, M. P.,
Prof Sir William Thomson, Sir. James
Anderson, Mr. Henry M. Stanley, Mr.
Waller (American Consul General), Dr.
Kussell Reynolds, Mr. Potttr, M. P., Mr.
P. Hugh, Mr. Henry White (United Stat"
Legation), Mr. W. II. Preecc, and Dr
Henry D. Noyes (New York).
After grace had been said by Archdea
con Farrar, Mr. Field rose nnd said tbnt
ho had that day sent a message to be
transmitted by a friend of his to General
Grant, and had received the following re
ply by telegraph. "I have delivered your
telegram to General Grunt, who was some
what nflected by the kind remembrance
of him by yourself und your distinguished
friends. Mrs. Grant was also delighted
thnt you should hao sent the mesnge,
The statement that the general endeavors
to diguise his weakness from his family
and friends is simply erroneous."
Mr. Field then proposed "The President
of the United States," which was drunk
with all the honors, after which he dis
patched a congratulatory telegram to the
Mr. Ticld then proposed "The Queen,"
adding: "Of her Majesty I need only say
that she is as much beloed in tho United
States as in the British Empire " 1 he
toast was drunk with enthusiasm.
The chnirmnn then proposed "Pros
perity to the United States of America and
to the United Kingdom of Great Britain."
It was, he said, gratifying to know that
tho Declaration of American Independ
ence was now regarded by the entire
British nation, no less than by the Ameri
can people, as one ol the happiest events
in the history of the human race. He had
the honor to couple with the toast the
names of Mr, Pholps, the American Min
ister, and of the Duke of Argyll.
From ample reports of the proceedings
in the London Daily News, the Standard,
the Morning Post, and the Observer (Lon
don's Sunday paper), wo find that Mr.
Phelps made a happy response, after which
the Duke of Arg j 11 spoke, confessing that
Great Btitain was in the wrong in
its attitude during the.. Revolution
ary war, and expressing his great ad
miration for Georgo Washington, and
closed by giving voice to bis feelings of
gratification over the fact that tho war of
twenty years ago had destroyed slavery
and showed that it was not the corner
StOtlC of OUT Republic.
Mr. John Bright followed, eloquently no
doubt, as it would be impossible for him not
to be eloquent, but he sang, neverthless, the
same old song of Free Trade, and lectured
Americans because they persisted in fixing
a tnnfl on articles of import in such a waj
as to promote and protect their own in
terests precisely as Great Britain always
has done and now does. Mr Bright al
ways ha tho bad tasto to do this,
Some years ago he was visited at his house
by our Mr. Shellabarger, (whom he had
invited,) and at oncu began to "fill him
up" with free trade, in tho usual way.
At the close Mr. Field read the follow,
ing telegram from President Cleveland:
I bare received with heartfelt gratitude the
kind sentiments expressed by you and your
assembled guests. 1 am exceedinirlv nleased
I to know that the hearts of our citizens now
in your company turn kumeward with pa,
triotic warmth while tbey celebrate the an.
niversary of American Independence, and
that, as they return thanks tor all that God
baa done for us they are Joined by kind
friends, who, though Illustrating the great
ness of another cation, can heartily rejoice
In the success and prosperity of our govern
ment unu people.
The American, of Philadelphia, has this
In the exercise of their discretion In the
matter of appointment, Mr. Cleveland's
subordinates show frequent lapses of judg.
roent. It may well 1 suppose,! that all the
available offices could be filled with Demo
crat! without falling back upon lhe criminal
class Yet In two Ohio appointments in one
week, the persons selected ware men who had
been convicted of crime. Ordinary slips as
to the character of a nominee to an olhce
may be charged to Ignorance or oversight,
Itut the selection of convicted criminals
teem to Indlutte defiint unconcern as to pub
The Emperor ot Gcrn-any is really the
" Bick man " ol Europe. He is very old
and very feeble.
J Fresh fruits and vegetables are good
remedies lor the ills of hot weather.
TlltC tsKW KNOI.ANH flUMbH,
.Malik iiih ma lltoiik-llkriaLic
111 Adam's fall
Vc sinned all
A Mill! will .nil,
A itc,(: al night
A cat doth play
nd alter slay.
I Ike Aunaulus, (lata
Vi III stiller t, rath.
I he eagle's Itliiht
Is out of sight.
All wear bungs,
Hid climb a tree
Ills lord to see.
An Idle lad
(foes to the bad,
Aa runs the glaw
Our Ufa doth pain
Hath lived to sco
Ills great follee
All were pious.
Jake Thompson died
And Cls KLANDcrle.l,
Mosea was ho
ho Isracl'a host
I.ed through the sea.
Danger from lar
The deluge drowne-1
The earth around.
Aa water seeks Its level
Ho doth pride the Devil.
My book and heart
Must never part.
Down aloadly'a scamps,
l'roud Korah'fl troop
Was swallowed up.
The South will rule
If I.xoitARii'a school
Still acta the fool.
At Joshua's will
The sun stood still.
Krem thla we prove
"The sun do move."
From Arab guns
ircire Wolsoley runs.
To stand he can't
Like Mnlir CIrant.
Fala. sind True Ghroiiuliigy.
To the Editor ol the Globe Ilepubllc:
You say that Coicmbus, the pious and grand,
Discovered this Continent whereon wa stand ;
Yet nhau he atepied on its surf-beaten ahore,
He met those who u'scovercd it ages before.
Francis S. Underwood, Bret Harte's
successor at Glusgow, is one of " them
literary fellers," also, and will probably
let the Scotchman run tho ollice, in his
own way, as he did under Harte's admin
istration. The National American, tho Prohibi
tion crgan at St. Louis, says:
Dr. Leonard's candidacy In Ohio can ac
complish nothing but the defeat of the Re
publican party and the election of Democracy
and tree whisky. It docs not mean toaccom
plisb more. Why, then, should his followcts
not vote the Democratic ticket straight?
What Is the use to go around the bush,
We warn Mr. Hendricks that if he eer
becomes a candidate for the Presidency
the Republicans will plaster the dead walls
of the country with lithographs represent
ing him as ho appeared on tho sea bench
in bis bathing suit. That will settle him.
The peoplv will not want such a thing as
that in tho Executive Mansion.
Rev, Sam Jones tells of a hard-looking
old soaker who replied to Bob Ingersoll,
when he said there was no hell "Be mighty
sure with your proofs, Bob, for there are it
great many of us who are depending on
ye." "Hard-looking old soakers" would
do well to look into matters forthcmseHiis.
Bob Ingersoll would be a poor stick to tic
to, in a cyclone or an earthquake.
To show the size of Texas the New
York Evening Post remarks that "it could
absorb Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and Indiana,
and still have enough space left for an
other State of Connecticut's sie." Its
cotton crop is estimated at 1,500,000 to
1,800,000 hales, and its population, in
creasing at tho rato of 10 per cent, a
year, is now about 2,009,000.
The Boston Globe, a Democratic paper,
Chairman Barger, of the Democratic State
Committee ot Ohio, has been appointed
Pension Agent for the Iluckeye Slate. That's
the kind, Mr. President. Do so some more.
To this tho Boston Herald, an inde
pendent paper, with Democratic leanings,
responds as follows:
Oar Washington correspondent says that
Iiargar has a bad war record, that "he was
dishonorably dismiisn during the war for
having forsaken his compauy lu an Ohio
regiment In a time of baltle, that Benteme
being iatlicted upon him in spite of his effort
That ia the Inst kind of a man to be se
lected to pay pensions to brine veterans, and
we hope the mistake will be corrected. Of
course the President know nothing of (kit.
Republican editors who are trying to culti
vate an impression that there Is rank dimen
sion in the Democratic party of Ohio will not
be allowed to ferget that tbey have a family
quarrel of their own. The old dmsion be
tween the Stalwarts and Half-breeds still
prevails. Garfield dead appears to be more
Influential In Ohio Republican politics than
any man livmg. General Beady was re
pudiated at the Springfield convention by the
whole Western Reserve because he was a
Stalwart, and especially because be signified
bis sympathy with Conkling In tbe famous
embroilment with the Uarheld administra
tion. Then, there Is the conflict between the
Foster and Sherman factions as to the United
States Senatorahlp, and tbe threatened war
between tbe Sherman and Blaine wings In
tbe matter of tho Presidency. Cincinnati
Tho Enquirer cannot scare us by that
Bort of talk. What we want is Democratic
Harmony in Ohio, with an II as big as a
haystack, and internal commotion and
dissension in the Republican ranks. Ihen
we shall whip tbo Democrats so badly
that they cun hardly gather themselves
up ufier the election. In the Hoadly
campaign there was a fearful fight between
Democratic factions and Hoadly mado fa
tal miatnkes as a campaigner, and the
unitrd and harmonious Republicans left
the Democrats to batthemselves, and tbey
beat usl Wo do not care for any more
Democratic Dissension and Republican
Harmony of those sorta. See it, Mr, En-quirer?
Tho Stmptmits of Liter Complaint
are uneasiness and psln In the side, sometimes
lain In the shouhlrr, and la mistaken for thou
rnallMii, the stomach laallccled wllh IomoI hi fu
tile ami slcknew, IkiwpIi, In general, co-tlie,
aninetlinre alternating with lax; the head Is tcou
J led lih pnlu and dull, heavy sensation of hav
log loft nnlono somelhlne whlrh ought to have
been done; often complaining of weakness, do
lillty and low spirits. romoilmes many of the
noovn symptoms atlend the disease and at other
Iho organ most Involved.
ry lewot them but the 1.1
,lvcr la generally
Ill (ll'I.AIi: TIIK I.IVKIt AND rilhVi:.NT
Ilyieisln, Uuiiatliiitlin, Jmuiillce, till-
lliiiia Attmka, Clilllsniiil fover, llenil-
lll he, Colic, l)eireasliili or .Spirits,
Knur Momnrlt, lleiirtliurii,
Tonic, Alterative mid Cathartic I
Pimmons Liter Regulator, purely vegetable, Is
the aiedlclno generally used in the South to arouse
the torpid Liver to healty action.
It acta with oztraordinary power and offl
cacy ca tho Llvor and Kidneys 1
The action of the Hegulator Is free from naue
or griping. It Is most ellectlve In starling those
t rations of the Liver, causing the bile to uctas a
cathartic When therels an excess of bile In the
Moiuaeh, the Regulator Is an active purge; after
the removal ot the bile It will regulate the Imwels
andlniart vigor and health to lhe whole s)tlem,
i-cotlm vou getthcOenuluo In White Wrapr,
wllh lei Z, prepared only by J. II. Zellln A Co.
Sol 1 bv all drugntils.
Somo of tho most famous women
tlio world wtiro old maids.
Tho membership of tho Grand Army
of tho Republic Is aOO.000.
'I hero aro four foundries lu Now
York Citj at which largo bron.o stat
ues can bo cast.
Colleo without sugar, nftor rising in
tho mornlnp, is rouardcil as an eHectu
nl romedj lor chills, fever and disor
ders Incident to m tlann.
It is oitimttod that within a radius
of lifteeii miles of Nuw York there aro
000 lavui-touiiis clubs, v, ith'i combined
incuibuiihlp exceeding '20.000.
New England manufactures 100,000,
000 (lairs of boots ami shoos annually.
Tho city of L)nn alono last i-e.tson
turned out a proAict worth 20,000,
000. Fio poncratlons of ono family, from
a patriarch ono hundred yoai9 old
aged three years, wero recently repre
sented in a" photograph takon by an
It may bo iutetesting to know that
there are three political parties In Ja
ptn, the Juitos. who aro in fnvor of a
tepublic, tho Kokcntos, who aro Im
penalisN, mid tho Kaihlnto, whoso
general principle is to bo "agln tho
In Arizona nnd Northern Mexico ex
periments' aro making with tho castor
bean for the manufacture of oil. Tho
estimates gho 1,500 plants to tho acre,
which produce COO pounds, worth 180.
An oil fnctory is contemplated nt Tuc
1.011, A. T., provided Btilllcient beans
can bo contracted for.
President Sooloy his nunouneod n
remarkable ten jears of Smith's college
existence. Beginning lth li students,
the college now has 310 on Its rolls;
ami during the ten ius thero has
been recorded but ouu death among
tho students and graduates, that death
resulting liom an acciduut by drown
ing. 'J ho Berlin Aquarium has nt last ac
complished tho dillicult feat of show
ing a school of lhe herring in its salt
water b.tilu. These fHU aro so dcllcatu
that when caught in their nativo ele
ment ocn a moment's exposure to tbo
air will kill tlioui. They had, there
fore, to bo caught under w ator and bo
carefully transported from tho sea
board. One of tho peculiar Incidents grow
ing out of tho trial of Cluverlus for tho
murder of Miss MadUon was tho dis
covery that the trench word claviers
has lor ono of its meanings "koy
cbaius." It will bo remembered, that
tho name Oluvoilus was invariably
pronounced Claviers by tho people
from that section of tho" country, nnd
that tho finding of tho wateh-koy was
an important link in the chain of cir
cumstantial cvidciico that led to his
Miss Roundabout lives in tho coun
try, and her father's farm extending
over several miles, part of it is rented
to colored families, who also llvo on It,
As a rule, they aro all thrifty peoplo,
but ono family amuses as well as an
noys tho landlady's daughtor by Its
Bbiftlossness. Not long since, when
eggs weio very scarce, ono of tho chil
dren came to her and asked if she
would please lend mother nine eggs to
make up a dozen.
Two ears ago sovoral largo Iron
spikes wero driven into n very old ap
plo tree near Clydo, N. Y., that for
jears hail been nearly barren. Last
jear It was tilled with lurgu lino tip
ples, and now the blossoms are plenti
ful enough to warrant a good supply
ot fruit. Tim owner believes that tho
spikes restored to tho tree Its original
prolific qualities, and Is now trying tho
experiment on other trees in his or
chard. Ho is likely to bo grievously
Could our grandmothers but sco tho
gilded roses und golden rosebuds which
adorn the fashionable headgear they
would, indeed, think tilings had
changed. In their time, gold, tinsel
nnd spangles wero considered sacred to
tho sta''e, unit it was thought tho vory
nemo of bad tasto to wear such things
In broad dav light. Nowadays span
gles appear on street dresses, glitter
on the aigrettes with which bonnets
are trimmed, and as for tho tinsel, only
a very small portion of summer bon
nets aro without It.
Miss Hulon Gardnor Is to tho foinalo
world what Ingersoll i3 to tho rnnlo
ci cation. Shu Is a feminine Infidel who
Is going mound lecturing women, tell
ing them roasons why they should not
bellovo In a (Jod. Shu Is described as
being a very pretty llttlo woman, with
dark hair and oyos, and vory whito bo
rlngetl hands. Thoru Is ono serious
defect in Miss (Jardnor's oratory which
destroys tho effect of her rhetoric, and
will doubtless crlpplo hor efforts to do
stroy tho Creator of tho unlvorsc. Sho
talks through her noso.
A atatoment is credited to Supt.
Brown, of tho Zoological gardens lu
Philadelphia, that a man carno to him
all tho way from Nobraska to purchaso
a buffalo, the gardens containing a fine
Lord. Tho would-be purchaser, who
proved unsuccessful In bis mission,
aid it was ft lerloru patter, addlDir.
'I must t'.et HiuiHi Kind ot a btuiaio to
titkn b.nk to Nubruski with mo, for
there is a whole tribe of Indians wjtU-'J
m' to ft 11 it mi incir uniioiiai iiieuiciui
ilince atouiid him 'I hero ain't a buf-1
fain to be got in tho Wust, and I havo
I'lillie Lisli'spi'i'lillv to gut ono."
The other day somo Denver doctors
killed a leirier b cutting its throat
and witlidriwlng its blond. They lot
it teinnln tltiiil for something tnoro
than liiteo bonis, whim they proceeded
to foiee Into Its Mstom fresh blood
iliawuftiima Newfoundland mastiff,
lu lue"t. miuutui fioui tho time tho
llrsl wniiu blood was Injected tho tor
lier Htieeed, and In another half hour
was leepmg in a warm blanket, np
puenll) n coveting from an illness.
In two days It w is 1 tinning about, nnd
Is mm a well mid heat tv terrier. Tho
truth of this story is vouehud for by tho
H hen n chief dies In Sitka Ids wives
pass to his next heir, and unloss thoso
relicts piiich.iao their fieedom with
blankets, they mo united to thulr
grandson or nephew ns a nntter of
course, lliuh-stiung biwnshes some
times scui n theo lo'icles, and tlten
thero is w ar, nil tho w Idow s resenting
Mich an outrage oil decency and estab
lished etiquette. It is said, however,
thnt henpcekingls too small a word to
describe tho w.t in which tho wives
bull) their louls. Womau's rights
hav 11 re illicit a development anions;
the Sltk.ms that would nstoulsh tho
woman sufftagu leaders.
A hul) in lltuuswlek, Ga., found a
licit of half-grow 11 mocking birds lu
her yard recently. She mice-coded in
eaptuung them. Tliuy wero put inn
temporary cage nnd the cage put 10 a
room. During the day the iiiotlior
bud llcw into tho room, and was rend
11 caught nnd placed in tho cage with
tho bird. She hognn Instantly to fqod
them with tho food which was in tho
cage, and did not mum to uotico tho
imprisonment. Un tho day following
the male bin! llow into tho room, and
offered 110 resistance nor showed any
sigus of tight when tho lady c.iptmed
linn. lie was put Into tho sumo cage,
and the lady now has tho entire family.
They scorn contented und happy.
"I dislike to nee jou eat cayenne
pepper," &ald n wholesale grocer to a
lriond who was putting tho stuff on
some raw oysters. "Wlij?" said tho
f 1 lend. Tho grocer dusted a Ilttlu
of the pepper on tho open page of his
notebook and drew his finger over it.
A number of Miialt red lines showed
where grains of pepper had been drawn
over the paper, "lieeauso half of tbis
stull Is not pepper. Tho real article,
puio and strong, comes from tho West
Indies. It is legularly adulterated for
restaur int use by mixing it with ride.
Hour and ground mustard husks which
havo been coloied with red lead. Those
red lines on tho paper ate puro rod
hcentliiK A Mater.
fli any years 11 go, wliou slavery was
tho rule and not the exception, vessels
running a cargo wore extremely cleyer
in eluding capture and putting thoir
pursuers oil the scent, A good story
is told of tho 11 igshlp Winchester, I
think going out of billion's 11 iy bound
to tho Mauritius. When oil Capo
Hingkllp, Into ono ufternoon, n very
rakish, suspicious-looking craft wins
sighted, carrvlng tin unusual number
of staysails and studdingsails, who up
on seeing thu man-of-war hoisted Span
ish colors and her number of Marryat's
codo and nqucted to bo reported.
Sho passed quite close, and was ap
parently a passenger ship of about 500
tons burden, for as sho nearcd thorn
about a dozen ladle-, in very smart
iiouiieis, veils, anil parasols, vvoro ql-,
served to como on deck and wave thefr
handkerchiefs with every demonstfa-''
tlou of coidiality to tho olllcers of tho
flagship. Sho seemed also to havo a
largo crow and was very clean and
smart Suspicion was quite disarmed,
nud she was logged us a passonger ship
from Manila to Cadi, Tho Admiral
was alono In his opinion that all was
not right, remarking that the ladles
waved their pocket handkerchiefs un
commonly long and vigorously to, a
mere passing ship; ho also thought tho
handkerchiefs umuually large, and fur
ther ho mentioned that as she passed
ho was looking out of tho door In tho
stern gallery, and a faint, curious whlfl
camo down on thu wind, reminding
him of something long past. He could
not remember for a moment of what It
did remind him, but It suddenly oc
curred to him several hours after that
tho faint passing odor, us tho strango
vessel swept tiy, recalled tho smell of a
slave ship which ho had navigated into
port i cars before. And ho was right.
This samo vessel was taken, oil tho
Havana, on hur Bitbscqont voyage,
and proved to havo been a Spanish
ship from Fernando, Veloso River, 'in
tho Mozambique Channel, full of slaves
for Cuba. Her Captain explained with
delighted prido his meeting with the
llagshlp oil tho Cape, nud how, seeing
a largo man-of-war bearing down upon
him with tho certainty of capture and
no hope to escapo should tho ship's
character be known, ho adopted tho
clever expedient, doubtless not for the
first time, ot dressing up a number of
his men in women's attire, a ruso that
was In this instance cntiicly successful.
-Iff the Year Jluu.ul.
Tho Swedish anglers say that if a
woman strides across tho rod no trout
will bo caught that day. Tho fisher
men nt Preston Pans, If on thoir way
the) moot a pig, at onco torn back and
defer their ombarkatlon; tho ovonl
bodos ill for thoir fishery. In tho Ork
noys, ninrlriers on going to soa would
consider themselves exposed to immi
nent danger If by accident they turned
their boat In opposition to tho sun1
course. In Sweden it Is thought a bad
omen to turn tho prow of 0 boat toward
tho shoro. The Swedish fishermen bc
lovo that for any ono to say "Good
luck' to them when sturtlng is omi
nous; also that pins found in a church
mid made into hooks got tho best fish.
Tackle, thoy say, stolon from a friond
or n neighbor will secure hotter fortuno
than that bought with monoy a spe
cies of larceny moro prolitablo to tho
fisheiman than corafortablo to his
friends. Tho Cornish llshermoij havo
a superstition that If a whito hare fre
quents the qua) a at night a storm will
arise. A dead bare on board a ship is
considered a sure sign of tempest.
.Snoolng, a potent omen lu ancient
days, had Its potent for good or ovil
among seamen. A sneezo on the left
sldo at the moment of embarking prog
nosticated ovil, while a fortunate snooze
on tho right sldo insured a favorable
voyage. As a general rule it imy bo
added that seamen can usslgn no bojisI
bio reason for their pot likes and dls
likes, hopes and fears, but thoy seem
to cling to them moro pertinaciously
on that account, 'i hey aro, howuvor,
somewhat ashamed to confess thoir
weiiknuss lu thoso respect when
ushore, but when at sea It is a different
matter, for all their moss-mutes are of
tlio samo cxuaiLllrwiklyn Eagle.
STRAW HATS! fultdn&hypes STRAW HATS!
Macklnawa, Mllans. Cantons, otc. Flno Assortment. Novvost
shapes in Light Stiff Hats.
SUMMR JJNBERWE AR,'
& Hf PES,
pure ijwStM Consumption
1A)TAT,rp ilRi8?l I)ysi,rlsia a,l
V If I A R t T stff&lriv ''"'"'''! H'tterct riml Jv'aiur.
,,,v," ftglJgjJiV ns'ff.!liievior.nn(jwur
IHI3 WH18SEY SHOULD BE POUND ON THE SIDEBOARD OF EVEHY TAMILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE" FROM TUSEL OIL.
mw?tM iT D:CI!,VKD.-5t"iy I'ruraWs nnd (ina-irs who do not Imva IfUilX'a l'ure
Blast Wlilekcv lu .lock, attempt to ilm 1.1T on customer, whiskey of Uielrowuhottlliirf, which
being of ftU lute rlorirrrulo and ndiiltemUsl. twjg tlitm u Itn;i r profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
&nJiw,oitra.ldiranJwwllliiiallNkcc.iitalnliiB,nl.,aUoliifun.intloii Hm,,U j..r. lloltUm
petit tn ntiT nI.tr(cai In ft. l Tnie.i o.. .-. .. .. ..... ' w "'l'-
., . MMiwuouiMTtiw-nii
, !- ---'-- ---. ii-a-i-ii,!!, in.
uurri m.ftii.v WHISKEY CO.,
IM aMatfin naiArlV una tiaaaxtss n ! ...
ww luejuo. inun envni mio umm ttt Iinj
sloiati'i pnacrtvtioti fur thou woo neod buildinjr op
or Wenknew", I.ai1larfr) l.nck
nrrsrr, arn is nan isii rui s .
. At It IlAN.NO l-Qll
IDA SSlv Imn fnfwtlrlnMlh&l U tint li
It Knrlrbrw the Illood, InTlcorntm 1
tbA oalrlron medirmathaA UBot Inlurlnnau
nr-aew (hn Illood. InTlMorntrH the
ft does not tilscken or lnjnre the tMith, causn hoa.
acbeorprodaonainstluatiuo utter irvnmt Uttntt,Lt
Dn. O n TtDtarrr, a loadlnf phraician of
oprlngnold. O , aars!
"Brown's Iron BiUerafja thoronthljaond mHcrl.
cine. I ns It tn my practice, and rind lis sctkn
acls an other forms of iron In weasnesn or a low
condition of the eystom, IJrnwn's Irtm llittprs la
nstuIlT a puiiUve nisxamt It Is all that is claimed
for It "
Oonafne hw trade mark and crwswid rod llnm on
wrappor Take no other. Mslonnljbj
BltOW-trllPMICAl.tO.. HAITI Vtlllir,MI.
LADDta' IIixd Booa-nsoful snd sttrnotlvo. cm
taJnta, llstof prism for rooirs. Information lrat
coina. ate , iHven swsj tij all doalors In molictoe, ur
(aaOed to anj addrMa on raoarpt of 8c. rump.
ped herbs in doctoring the family, and
nor simple remedies DID villi: in
moat cues. Without the uso of horbs,
medical acionco would be poworlosst
and yet the tendency of the times la to
nedect tho beat of all romodica lor thoao
powerful modlclnea that aerlously In
jure tho eratom.
D I ITERS-
laaoomhlnatlnnnf valnaViiAf.A-v.. ..
fully compounded from tho formula of
a resmlar Vhyaician, who used thla pro
scription largely In hi private practice
with groat anoceai. It la not a drink, hut
amedlolne u.ed, by many physicians.
5vJLlfJnTluablB for nraPKfsMA,
XKHTOUH mXHAVStl IX, HF.AK-
irnas, Jxnioesuo.y, 4c. and while
curing will no! hurt the ayatem.
Mr. o. J. Rhodei, a well-known Iron
man of Safe Harbor, Fa., writes :
.."5; f -feheUentrager, Druggist. 717
It. Clair Street, cieTeland, o., wrlUi :
fS?,.ili,,',,M c.a !' and do aay, are r re-
X&. iSuTcitr I.013""1 B,Mt """
HISHLBB BEBB DITTEDS CO.,
B2B Commerce Bt., Philadelphia.
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Case Seetmbllng That of General Orant.
Bom. ten years tn I bad a acrofulous soro on
toy right hand whleh gave me great trouble, and
under tbe old-time treatment was healed up, and
I supposed I waa well. I found, however, It had
onljr leeD drlveu Into the rvsteni by the use ol
pouuh and mercury, and In Slarch, losa, It broke
out In my throat, and concentrated In what some
ol the doctors denominated cancer. I waa i laced
under treatment for this disease. Home six or
seven o! tbe best physicians In the counlry had
me at dltr.rant times under their charge, among
them three specialists In this line, hutonoafler
another would eihauat their skill and drop me,
i K" """ '""anally. The cancer ha.f
th my cheek, destroying the palate
t entirely and hall my tongue, eating
1 of my left cheek bone and up to the
sua unaer up
out to the ton
jeueve. rrom a heartr rotnist nm,n nl ifji
wunds, I waa reduced to a mere frame of .kin ,i
almost unable to turn myself In bed. I
could not eat any solid food, but auhslsted'on
io i. . i. T. .".' af' Ml".l" every moment
u i. ml l"i ln '" ""' '""tband would place
-h..i.. i u,,'n m ''7 now and then to see
d.ri!u!i ti'.t'n, "" '" i at one lime all
decided that Ufa waa eitnct, and ray death waa
reiwrted all over the country.
.,?U.CI1.W.,I,T h.?'P1?,a and wretched condition
the M of laat OStiimuwliThSSS
Call5JlAM 560 "wland flrmiyknlltid Iok.ii,.,.
ZXihTZX ":-,".":.' P.1' IT?ttre.lg Hnaly,
a.d th. ungu, which wa.-.'im-osVd UoyeV a tl'
ng recovered, aud Itsuems that nature la sum I v-
fng a new tongue,
1 can talk so that my friends
Of . Al.rilinl II """lie UUUer III, liltSS lg
SiJcfSJ !.' ,,,"TnJ), athe,,is duetoHf,
......i.t.l : . ..-
vuiutito iiart ot Troune couniv. Ha
i .(i,.n n miw. MAiiy iajMi:it.
Ke( range (la , May Is, 18H3.
Jj'ld by ali oVugglsta.
Treatise oo Nkhi and IUoo.1 Piseasea mailed
" .V u "' ,,F ' nli
ta Ua '
itwt 1. Allan
aataur Paxs. ,
itat. Ilacar, H,
aaving triad I
raanaai-.ua a l
ksaarai Lo -
T1 ru 'W" was so tar gone 1 could not
!J! VfViul,.h.uf '""el the horrible sill.
erlngsof iKidrwblcb I eiperlenced, can neier
berevealM. Given up br physicians todle.with
no uoti, of recoverv on tha i.m,i ,.r rPi-...i. -t...
.T ' " 'ave vl.lte me in iliy aill "-
hlle lam not entirely -sell, yet my Kri.
s none the ess davom.'an.i I V...V J..il.
m uaivacua ail twillllll liaia tlio,. 9n u I.-
a tierlect recoverv ! m,. i. .!,. n
Joilnll T .'"t1 W",M ''' Ihem to Vou.
v.mv. i, wins ii,,ua in ilia
auaaur raxa. A .1
6 1-2 EAST
nut) jtocky .Momiifti.iia Mciirt t iue!tHn itutn
jcBfcajij. urbix iJouicf
Lies unt for aato.oerk
Baltimore, Mil., U. S. A-
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Hieclal care wllh lame horses, colls, trick horses,
horses that Interfere, and thoso having peculiar
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Lu t or Clilcmiro.)
Oontistry in all of its Branches.
fiecUlty ol line fillings restoring partial loss nf
teelh without Platen, and rcslorlug to usefulness
sound roots and tiiokon teeth by crowning,
110 1-2 West Main Street.
Dr. Frank C. Kunyan,
Itoom. In llnrhluulinm'a JBnllrltnMR
over Mnrpliy Jtnt'a alureu
duecihl aiiettnt iilycr, to Die irtMrvlnn
ESTABLISHED IN 1838.
Wk. II. (Ibant. Martin M. O
WrVI. GHANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
I.xrd. Baoou nad Havm.
Maverick National Bank,
Capital, - - $400,000
Surplus, - - $400,000
Accounts of Uanks, Hankers nud Slena.tlle
llrnn received, and bualnma coiinetled with bauk
1 naf aolicllcd.
london correspondent, I Itv Hank, "Limited."
Aba I' 1'oTlKii, 1'ies.
, W. Wl
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
.OUIt 1IHAN1) OF
Is the safest and purest llasolene In lhe market.
1 his brand burns longer than common Gasolene
and does not emit an oirmsive odor. Fordaaolene
f ov?.MP.li "!' I'U'laea 'or which tlaaolenels used,
III? ,WI,IR M"1, t,",n'1 ' "l0t reliable. If the
White fctardasolene Is not sold in jour viiinltv
end your order direct lo us for a barrel.
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55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0..
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
KVKUV KAKSIKIt HIIOIJI.I) IIUY I ,, U&-.
lias LngliiB (111 to uwou their, eapors and iwrv.
during hafviai. This (ill , mandfactured aaelu.
alvely by the llnnika till to. Ask you, detlw lor
iikooks on. co. -a
COHI.IS KNOINK oil.
. INSTANTLY RELIEVED.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC
lor the cure ol ASTHMA. Established lew.
T -, ii.ii. m. 'rial lackaga free.
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WAN rKD T l.a.ile. aui Keotltmen .d tv
ro'llltrv lotalTHllcr.. tai. '..ar.T" .L"L7
m i ... awl 'i -","" w iintir oa,Hiu(i.
''," ?' d".n l" "Ally aiiti weKait hv
mall: nocaiivaiainu w. l.-rzf' , t5
W bars lool
dress, with stamp. aWJWrl U'rtl iSflaVAaV
. moving i; iuucuTo , l."."""".
Ilglilueaa ol 11.. (heat, promotlngij5cl,,,iiou
an 1 giving Immediate and t-osltlv. nlil VrtrV
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