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sS1" egsirr GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVEKDTQ, APRIL G 1886 fc Pr fiUT? UTi,DTTPrTinH JUJUiJ 1XXJL UJJUIVJ. . SUNDAY AND WEEKLY. The Oalj Piper In the EtjMh Congresilontl District Recti ilng Asssclsted Prtti Dispatches. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CI. THE EVENING GLOBE-REPUBLIC If published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv erea at the rate ol 10c. per eek. Single cop ies 2c. THE SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is Issued every Sunday mornlnc. and Is delivered to sub scribers at K per year. Simile copies 5c. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is published every Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plete family newspapers In the country: eight paces, markets complete. Replete with neas and miscellany. II per year. In Tarlably cash in advance. SPBIRGFIELl PUBLISHING CO., SPRLKQFIELD. O. Telephone No. ISO. TUESOIT EVENING. APRIL 6.1686. The Krsull in sprincflrM. Tlir republican party at this point seems to have suffered a black eye. Hut to the intelligent Wao were on the Inside of things here it Is not a Mirpri-e, and the disfigure ment of the part) is only an apearance. In facL to come out with the confession after the election, it w as lu no proper sense a party fixht- We tried, to make it so, but wecouldn'L It seemed and the symptoms bore out the seeminc that several of the candidate, nominated b the larty were put forward for some sort (we are at a loss to pie what sort! of individual vindication as to the industrial conflict In our inl(L-t. This wax the apiearaiice. ami It was banked upon b the opixmiliou for all it was wurtli. That was natural. No jwirty can affonl Mich an apioarance. Xo rty can fight the private iiuarrelsof its individual members ami fiiml to win. The issues must be public and known of all men. The Interests of the larty are above the interests of any private person whatever. Any real or ap parent thrusting of one's private concerns into a party tight is seltish, and is naturally resented to the emlangering of the party's success. The victory of rt-pulilicaiihni. pure and simple. In this town is easy. It might have been had this spring as readily as it wasliad last falL If the candidates had been, as they should have been, selected from per- S41US luiiexa-piiouaiiie in omer rrsjieeisi ,lcl;et (, ,fft The republicans carrieil Van "ld-jil wmy. While engaged in tnu er w ho lad been entirely clear of any of the Wert, and made handsome gains. Iuidon vice he learned the value placed by col- bitterness engendei ed here by priv ate inisun ieitandings among nieinliers of the same jiarty, there could lave lieen no doubt of the lesiulL It was a mistake to put up candidates that were or were suspected of being in the interest of any one man or any one set of men. We do nut consider, however, that an) special harm lias been done to the Interests of the tuwn. We sIkmiUI have preferred to sis' the municipal government in republican hands, as being the majority party here, and (as such) legitimately entitled to Uie cus tod) of thecit)'s interests. Hut we do not apprehend that the men elected will have an) disjiosltlon to use their jsiwer in any other way than for wliat the), as representatives of the pub-' lie sentiment, shall regard as Uie public good. They will recognize that the circumstances, in which they were ejected were exceptional, and tliat they will be judged by tlie majority sentiment when this flurry is all over and the blood is out of the head, and will be judged solely on their merits. From what we know of most of them, we are entirely satisiied to trust them on these terms. But the republican party here has learned a leeson. It will not do to espouse, or seem to espouse, any man's or any men's private quarrels. The party must rise above men. It must tight ou public issues. It has learned a lesson in Spring field that it will not forget. Its first prin ciple is. The irciifest goml to tlie orciifest numlxx: and it must never go back or give tlie apjiearance of going lack on that prin ciple. Cincinnati had an election yesterdav. It was peaceful and satisfactory. It was fought on public issues, and the republican v ietory was, as hail been anticiiiated. about wliat the CommercUil-Uiiztttc (long ma) she wave!) knew it would be anywhere along from 5.000 to 7,000 majority. The result iu precinct A, fourth want, was par ticularly and shockingly instructive. Here is the last October vott "them there re-turns:- Hoadlv (and dem. senators) 9i Foraker (and rvp. senators) 48 Leonard 22 And here is yesterday's vote : Scwab (democrat 1 2H2 Kshelby (republican) 203 lteid ( prohibitionist t 33 Not a won! of comment is necessary. The nhite fleecy tlosiers That liloom In the spring Towlt. the snow-showers These April days bring Tra-la, by the posters. Are nut just the thing To encourage the hours To join hauds and 'ring :ouud the ruses." and nine The greeu on the grass And the gray on the bowers. And make the birds slug tra-la. At least that is the ay it strikes us at this writing. Captain Asa ?. Hushneli has presented the (il.oiiK ISf.itiilic the photographic ex hibit of "them there returns." It shows Uie forger- much more clearly than the re print from it could. Where the tallies are commenced of the i00 otes found under the iiallotlKix between midnight and morn ing is brought out startlingly in the photo graph. We do not see how Hopple can face that picture, with the evidence of the find of otes, and continue to serve as chair man of the benevolent institutions' gn eeries.. MiKiiilej made a very effective sjieech in j spi.rt of the ONeili arbitration bill, Among other strung points in reply to the argiiineiit that the arbitration would not be ' obligatory, he made the point that public . opinion would hold that party in Uie wrong who refused to arbitrate when the legal means were furnished and that it would, after arbitration, coiii)iel the acceptance of the aw aril. There was some money jingled down rat holes yesterday. But the man who paid money yesterday for the otes of his fellow citueiis. either directly or indirectly, has a conscience that belongs III the iienitentiary this uioniiiig. ( in Tlle appearance are tht Russia Is e- ,ci retly stirring up Greece to tlie Irrepressible I pugnacity she exhibits. If Greece gets into , a war with Turkej. Russia uill come down i ami champion Greece. Then the aiders ami abettors of Turkey will lniiee in on Ru--.la. and the whole continent will break out in an epidemic of blaze and Mood. Krom all of which our America will reap profits, i " What fool these mortals le." I They had a plumber as a candidate for : tnt-tee of waterworks in Cleveland. We ilon't know whether or not he was elected; I I but we are inclined to indorse the I'luin- I iVriler'n insinuation that a plumlier 1 not , exactly a safe man for a trustee of so manj waier-piesas uirtuj ui uni-Miiu d um with. I The bill for a monument to Lincoln in l . . ,, ..,, . :. . .i..-:... ..! I II. tt.l HMilllUm SHiJiIUjUian- nan iiii.iiv.nl dollars for the purse. No man worthier of such a monument has lived in America: but his memory does not need it. and the money of a urateful people could lie appn priatcd to a much better purm-e. That rich man's l!mik, lloxie, has acted ' no effort, virtue or ability can a higher one i i- i ii .i-. i.i, ti.i ,.(.!. be obtained. The Hrahmins constitute the uiiudiciouslv and deMueabU in this whole 4 . . . . . , . . ., it J - ... , , , great central body, around which nil other Gould business. He has behae.l worse cbw ,nd ortlen. of things revolve like t than Could himself. Always trust the ( ellites. Tliey are inves1i with divine dig flunky to make himself more otTensie uity and luund by strict ruin., and the than his proprietor wants him to lie. . "lhrr classes are made powerless for i-esist- ance by equally stringent rulits A violation The river, of the country are having a ' 0f fasti ul,ji., the offender to neb of pen hljh time. They are indulging in bank- ance or purification, and tobeci.me a con wettings,"rittsburg CVinm trie. With the vert to another's faith implies oniplrte and usual result of bankrupting. ! I"1'"1 -traciin. Tlu. explains why there I are only :ou native CliTisUanit at There was in some of the wards a good Renanv, amid a population of nearly 4oU,0iu. de.il of organized UNir for candidates, as well as against them. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. April 30 has been designated bv (Jovenior i final end to tie coveted. Its very gcls com Koraker as Ohio Arbor Day. i nut incest ami murder. And yet the masses Ohio has 15.743 miners, ami in ISs; mined i of India follow it implicitly as the way to ".$18,179 tons of coal. In fifty-one acci- I their mythical Kylas. dents there were thirty-two lUes lost, or a I The hojie of India is in the power of .'Ife for every' "lo "ic" cinplojed. i Christianity to break down the social re- The Ohio river continued rising at Cincin - nati, Monday, reaching 54 feet at 9 p. in., when it again came to a stand. It was snowing hard from Parkersburg to Cincin nati, with rain at I'ittsburg and other lsiints. With all the upper tributaries full and many of them rising, indications jsiint t.. .nntliAr f.Mit or tuiiriseat (Mticiunatl before the tloasl disappeard. the mother can lie raised from Idolatry the In Ohio local elections yesterdav the ' chiM "" follow. a"'1 thc customs of the Democrats carried Kenton by 40 to fib ma- ' ""--t ""' that only women can influence jority. Batavia went llenublican for the the female part of the j.ipulatioa IlntMiss first time since the war. In Ohillicothethe Hoof, work among 1Jrtl girls of India is Democrats electeiicouncilinen in four vvanls'nnly a droii in the bucket when looked at and tiie Kepublicans in two. SL Marv's from the point of view of the millions yet U oTiw'ttxt ft lfemibllcaii inavor. Cambridge elected a Republican ticket with one or two exceptions, ana Jit. ernon me liepuiincan Ikket with one exception, lit Columbus. with a bad suowstonn in progress, the ,, , ... ,, ,..a ..,,. ,..! Democrats had a IxmhIIc barrel on tap, and probablv carrieil the day by a saiall ma- jority. At Cleveland the Sunday question was made an issue, but in spite of the I.a and Order handicap the Kepublicans won bv one to two thousand inajorit). securing a majority of the council and boards of edu- cation. Itellaire elechsl reimblicau ruayor. marshal and solicitor for the first time in many years. In Tmy the vote on major use o"l,.e hut the rest of the reniihlican was carrnsi ti me uemocrais vviin tne ex ception of clerk. Zanesville went republi can with one exception, a tie. At Fiudlay, in a hanl liattle. the republican victory was complete. Da) tun elected a republican mayor, and w ith his aid the republicans v ill! have the organization of tlie council, which j is a tie. j ure tnem he found to tie easy and certain. CongTrs. i turned out arrow-hea Is, urns, beads, SKXATE April 5 A joint resolution was seals and an iqus of any kind which he submitted for th e apjKiiutment of a joint could rvauably expect to palm ol as gen committee, to consider the subject of a eel- 1 uina. He roa abo. e arrow heads and in ebration in ltb9. at Washington, of the'dulged in ancient tottery. Once he suc centennial anniversary of the formation of I ceded in aslling a very curious antique urn the gov eniment under the constitution, and to a ollector. By some mishap the urn also of the four hundredth anniversary of 1 was shattered and the fragmenU were given the discover)" "f America In 1492. It went back to Jack to Uke away and mend. In over. The army bill wis debated. Mr. due time he brought back the urn made Humb speaking in opposition. Mr. Cock- ' whole again. The puchaer afterward rell followed against the bill. Mr. Iiigan found that a portion or the broken urn had supjiorted the measure. At 4:40 p.m. the not been gn en tJ Jack. He was amaml senate went into executive session, and at j to discover tnat notw ithstanding this Jack 535 p. in. adjourned. Notice w as given be- had completely restored the urn. fore adjournment that the Fitz Jonn l'orter I Om-e, it is related, be got a large sum for bill would be called up April IS. I an ancient breast plate which Le ha 1 fash- In the house, bills and resolutions were ! ioned from an oil tea-txay which he had introduced until the call of the states. . picked up in his travels. Another exploit Among these was one for the appoiutment was the pruluctina of a Roman mill-stone of a joint committee to consider the subject ' at a time wheu such a relic was sure to com of a centennial celebration at Washington ' mand a good price Then he produced a in 10S9, extending the fire delivery system. 1 tone from thj bottom of some stream hay rtslucing letter postage to one and a half j ing an odd aud anti me looking inscription, cent and postal cards to half a cent, revilu- j He used to bury his antiquaries and bring tions on the fisheries question, for the a- them to the surface as o.-casioa arose. Jack, Iiointment of a committee to invest!- ( when s-juarely cornered woulJ admit that gate the Carrolltou massacre. At : the arti le he offered for sale was only a the conclusion of the call of states I "dipli ate," and then talk hi customer into Mr. Morrison reported amendments to buying it ai a copy of an antique Latterly certain rules. The house, by a vote of 15b he freely aJmtted his frauds, and seemed to t's, iiassed the Mexican iensinii bill un-, quite proud of his skill. He was publi. ly der a suspension of the rules. Ily a sjmi- ' introJu -ed at a meeting of geologists in far motion the senate bill for the relief of 1 xmdon in lo2, and gave an exhibition of settlers in Nebraska and Kansas was passt d. I uis skill in imitating tliut objects. Dr. The following bills were also passed under ! Charles Kau in Washington Star. suspension of the rules: For the erection of a public building at Duluth Minn.; for the Th. Conr.lt oriiarbd'o.XatlTe.. purchase of additional ground at Ft. Wat ne. ulhflA gon. to Barbados without heax- 11m., 101 uie ricciiiin 111 a ciumicssionai 11- . brary building on the Mte ist of the capl- 1 1" I toh 51,500.000: a senate bill for public build- r public build The houv at ing at San Antonio, Tex. 4:30 p. in. adjourned. I The prevention of decay in wood is said , tobeelfectiely accomplished by exhaust ing the air from the pores and tilling them with gutta-percha solution, a substance which preserves the wood alike from moist-' nre, water, and tlie action of Uie sun. The ' solution is made by mixing two-thirds of , gutta-jierclia to one-third of parafline. this ' ..,;.,,.-.. i...:.... ,i ...i V iT"'.!V. mixture being then heated to liuuefv the gutta-tercha, when it is readily introduced into the pores of the wood, the effect of the gutta-perclia being, w hen it becomes coot, to harden the jiores. Stockton School Teacher Don't you know that "jiostage stamp" is the neuter gender? lloy Xo ma'am. Teacher What gender do jou supimse it's in? Hoy The feminine. Teacher What causes you to think so? Boy Cause it's a fee mail. Pacific Jextcr. The distance of Jupiter from the sun Ls 4SO,000,000 miles. After a study of nearly PJ.000 casus. Dr. IfMnuun T4ri!i,,iu. an nl,1u J?...-....,.. ..I...r cian. rejects the theory of the cuitagi. us- ness of nulinonan- consunintio,.. H,ii ... ....h. u. v...iv, ... uuiv oniiiaii nini the disease to be due to defieient ni.tritio,, ' of the lungs, which may result from vari ous causes, lie belli", es Uiat the operation of all the causes may produce such changes that it may be issible years, even decades, in advance to predict with great proliabilitt which members of a given family will lie afflicted pulmonary consumption, and which will remain healthy. The discover- of a hithero unknown lake in the Persian Desert was announced at a late meeting of the Vienna Geographical Society. It is at least 25 miles long, and from Mohammedan evidence appears to have dried up after a previous existence and to have again tilled up at a quite) rtvent Lucas of McCook, Neb., went to the public lwth house the other day, and was Justin the enjoyment of a hot-water bath when there was an explosion. One end of the hath house went flying into the street, and the judgr followed, landing in a i big snowdrift- The boiler in the basement had burst. I Tliu ltiu.t Ii...I..b., ..... I . a .. - the northeasteni part of New Guiiiei. which is said to consist almost whoely of amor- plums carlioii. and to Mssev the properties "f a" electric battery' to such an extent thai much ius uiscoerer loucneu it lie was I knocked to the ground. A lady looking at some apartments in quires of tlie landlord: 'How about the staira?'' "Oh, it is excellent, madame. When you are going up it is so easy that you imagine that you are descending."" French Fim. A singular phenomenon has been oh- served at Carrolltou. Near the residenceof A. V. Sharp, Uie rain fell in a circle of about 10 feet, and in no other simt It came huge drops and laated fully ttju minute. , THE FOUR CARDINAL CASTES. rb Great Star of Hlridulim Brahmin Constitute th Ce.iter Tha Women. Boston Herald Book Review The great stay of Hinduism and the chief protoetion against itt downfall is catj. It is the tia.sis um which th entire faliric is Mvurely mm. Without thn oltacle tha instinct and reason of men would And a way out of th tuiertitiim. But u ruler tha e,iitin syrteni the distinction of oate and the inherent superiority of one class over the three others are thought to lie as much a law of nature and a matter of define a .tointiiiwit tut the creation of seerata -lase of animals, with insurmountable difference of physical constitution-. The four cardinal castes are the Brah mins, or pnwsU, who sprang from th . . . . .' mouth of Hralima, the Kshatnya or wai- riors, from his arms, the VaLsyas, or farm- errand merchants, from his thighs: and the Sudras w wrvanta mil lalor- ers, from his feet. Ilelow these arc the Pariahs, or outcasts, who vocation are the most servile Then divisions, established by the earliest laws of the Hindu faith, rule supreme or unipies . tioned. The caste to w Inch the father lio- longs is hereditary with the child, and by I he chief feature of the jutcbwl, T- vertist and coniphcatsi faith heltl t by the Hindus 6vem tolea gaudy ritual to I apea.se angry deities. It has no eternity, ( and urges ntorption into Brahm aa the ' "ciions oi uramninism, and the work in the charge of Miss Hook in Calcutta, which 1 aims to reach the women of India, is doing much to place tbem where they will yet i take the initiative in the conversion of the 1 nation. Tlie Zenana teachers, says Miss i Hook, are sowing a large proportion of the seed that will grow up and fill this land. If fe rea nisi. ' ANTIQUITIES FROM FLINT JACK. A Mn who Mmd H, ,.,TlnB ,,,. ..,.., . . ,. . Ing Anel"iit Urn. and Arrow Heads. Flint Jack was born in 1SI5 near Whitby, j In Yorksaiie, England. His real nam ap- ' iwars to have been Edward Simpson, though he went at one time under the nsme of ' Cockney Hill, and is known to fame chiefly through his eipl nts tn ler the sohrnjuet of . "Flint Jac. ' Somj of his early years ha ' spent as tervant or asiitant to a gentleman ! engagel in gological pursuits, and he appeaia to have been known at that time as ' leitors upon relics of ancient people. In 1M3 be saw a British flint arrow-head, and a successful atteaipt to copy it seems Ut have been the turning-pcin,t to his career. From that time forth he never looked for antiquities. To -arch for them involved arduous labor, o'ten fruitless, to manu'ast- :, n..,in. ...,, s, frn. ,, ,... nn ifn itit I aKrtnl1 VSaaru tVirmo-Vit mn.-Vi iiAttiic " .. wu... mwsj-hv av & v..a wv waa ss--v.w I f It. But wi.h their fearful and wonderful , , , j, ,h,v f..rf.,i ..) ,.i..i lack of knowledge of the world they mix such a fearful and wonderful lot of conceit Barbadoes is, to them, one of the great .xjuutriea of the worll, and Bridgetown, lU capital, is second only to Ixindon. How about Paris.' Would you ak one of tberat Why, lans is a very nice sort of plaoe, no doubt; but, then. Pans is not in Barbadoea! Opt. Kraser told me a funny story, one day, lllus- "?""B , , . uai"mt. lo?' mm ashore at Bridgetown, and when be waj I throagb he went back totbesbip in his boat. ! taking one of the Bridgetown merchant. wi h him a man who owned a good deal of pro;ierty there, but had j never been oir the island. As they were I rowed on. through the harbor the Barbadian war intent ujion impressing him I with the beauty aud grandeur of the city. He sunted out one place alter another with pride, and th captain could do no lea than j udinit that they were all very nice. "Look at those rows of street.," said the Barbadian; .ook at those noble public buildings, at those great warehouses. Now, candidly, captain, did you ever ho anything to equal it any who el" The captatn looked at him in surprise. "Are you jokingC he aked. "Jo ving, certainly not You have traveled a great deal and Men many countries. Did y,f."r "? T i , k - m '.. W h UMn-. J0" must 'n," W -l.. ... .n ttM captain, wlo baa a good honest way of wying what be thinks. "Ever see anything t equal thisl Why, in any htUe European or American city this town wouldn't make Ihe suburbs. You ouht not ask stranger, such questions to show your ignorance. " Cor. New York Times. Home Utile for Monten.gTO. The prince of Montenegro has authorized the publication of the "time-honored laws and usage." which constitute the only legal code of his primitive domain. Tha collec tion has lieen published in St Petersburg, and reads like the decalogue of Mime eastern shepherd tribe Every householder fa the presumptive coadministrator of his neigh oors' property, and is suppoMd to aid them in the enforcement of parental discipline, the collection of debt, the completion of necessary repairs. Various otTenses are published by the temiiOrary loss of the privilege of carrying arms. Drunkards and rowdies are confined to their houses for periods varying from one to four weeks, though with the proviso that tlier shall not be prevented from attending trsntf nir.tim tj)it j np nnlJIf iluTiatu. aTiuisti. the welfare of the community Orphans ar" perniittwl to boaid arouud -trying tbeir pot - luck here and Ultra, but with Uie opUou tu stay where their treatment encourages ma. putu. ue cuuuuuiiiiy suppons even the hunting dogs of a fallen soldier. Dr. Felix 1. Oswald in Cincinnati Enquirer. Rai-tah Bernhardt In a Decline. Mme. Bernhardt has grown thinner than ever she is now nothing but skin and bone. Anxiety for her son Maurice for Sarah is a most affecUonate mother, and Uie young nun is ill with mnmimnlinn ha. I...1 ...nl. to do with breaking down her strength and ner nerves, one looxs now like a haggard elderly woman, under Uie paint and the JUnoa - Luc Hooper la Sew York World. ringlets or her Louis XIII costume THE MIXES OF ALASKA. THE LARGEST STAMP-MILL IN THE WORLD IN ACTIVE OPERATION. Klchness of 111 Countrj Already Dis covered -A Kasrlnatlng Field for 1'rospecfor Marble and Coal as Well as Uuld. Chart Hallnck lu Pioneer Press. The largest stamp mill in the world Is now in active ojieration on Douglaa island, opposite Juncou, and is turning out $tjO, OUO bullion ier month. It carriea U)U stamjis, and works the whole year round The tire coin right out of the side of the mountain, which risea abruptly from the ocean, and is hhot down an inclined plane to the stamp null, where it is treated; and vessels drawing twenty feet of water can lie right alongside the rocks of the natural shore and reivive their freight not a hun dred yards from the milL The primitive forest clothes the slopes of the mountain from liase to summit, and fu-l ts all around in intimate prvjimity No plant of such value was ever erected or operated at o cheap a cost, (t is said the outlay was lA.OOO.Oia), ami that lil,(i(li),i)0ha Iwn re fused for the pi ojierty It is a low-grade ore, yielding $ to loo jut ton of ipiartz. No stock is for sale. othkr men CLAIMS. Right alongside of this mine, in continua tion of the same ledge or formation, is the Treadwell claim, owned largely by San Francisco parties, w Inch is supposed to be equally rich in ore. Its shares are at a very high premium, although the mine is not developed. Next year machinery will i be set up by some one ou a scale equal to the Douglas plant On the mainland, just across the channel from Douglas island, and six miles back from the shore, in the heart of the mount ains, is "Sliver Bow ISain," where there are stores, blacksmith shops, lioarding-houses and tenements for a large community en gaged in placer mining, who turn i out jaO.OOO bullion every month from May to October. The altitude is so high that the winters are very long. The lower mountains, I FKu lAb-nr niAitnfaina however, are ordinarily clear enough of snow for prospecting in April. Here are wore of sluices, expensive viaiiucta and hydraulic apparatus, "rasters," hose, pans and iron conduits ten inches in diameter, in mace, an over me oasin ana un tne sium or place, all over the liasin and up the sides of I the encing mountains to the very snow line. Several tunnels have been driven into the quartz ledgv. which yieid & fair supply of gold. Claims have teen staked out every- big nugget, m veu a"eoM. i hmmjvM broken oien large chunks of quartz which mr..ui,f"!:"r L'X - bir,.Bur - aa-c..-w... mit .rViiUua. An araster K a queer tort of a cheap ma- chine for treating ore which can be ued to great advantage when the quartz is deconv posed and soft It is a sort of circular'tub twenty feet iu diameter and four feet high, with a hard stoue floor and an upright shaft in the center w hicn carries four arms, like a clothes-drier. At the ends of these arms heavy flat block of stone are attached by chains, and as the arms swing round they drag the stones over the bottom of the tub and pulverize the quartz, which is fed into it with a due proportion of quicksilver and such chemicals as the nature of the ore may require. The machine is driven by a simple water-wheel attached to the same shaft; a sluice placed a few inches above the floor lets off the waste water, Uie precious metal uniting with the quicksilver and settling to Uie bottom of the tub. There are two of these contrivances in Uie Silver Bow basin. These mines have made Juneau quite the center of business in southeastern Alaska. There are possibly S00 white people in the town, which is most romantically situated at the base of a mountain just in front of the entrance of a canyon through which a beautiful stream flows in a series of cascades and perpendicular leaps to Uie sea. The store of Uie Northwest Trading company is conspicuous among others, but there are good restaurants, two drug stores and sev eral general stores, a beer brewery, two barber shops with hot and cold baths, a jeweler's shop, blacksmith shops, jiostoflice and some very" snug dwellings, nearly all of which are (tainted and look neat Some houses have little gardens inclosed. A dis play of flags from three or four tall Stan's shows prettily against Uie somber back ground of evergreens, and makes Uie place look gay. There is a commodious wharf and warehouse for Uie steamer, and usually two or three small sailing craft and numbv less canoes enliven Uie little bight within whose curve the town Is principally built A FASCIXATlXa mm. Alaska is a fascinating field for prospec tors. One can find then a "show" of everything be wants; gold, silver, iron, cop per, marble, coal and great red garnets as big as hickory nuts; but Uie results do not always realize Uie promise, and the reason evidently is a lack of capital necessary to develop them. Since Uie mineral discov eries at Vermillion lake in Minnesota, it took twenty years to convince people that the ore would pay for working, bnt when a certain iron company found nerve to quieUy undertake business it cleared up 63.000 tons Uie first year, and 2,000 the next, All that is needed in Alaska is capital. Lack of confidence and lack of capital have alone prevented Uie development of richness which is known to exist. Alexander Choquette of Wrangell has some very fine sjiecimens of mottled blue marble from a quarry quite convenient to tide water. Mr. BarUett of Port Townsend, Wash., discovered excellent coal on Ad miralty island, and several other deposits of coal are known elsewhere. Marble crops oat all over the country which one passes in Uie coastwise steamer. There is plenty of rock which will pay well if properly worked. The gold mines of Alaska are doubtless at rich as those of Cariboo and Cassiar in British Columbia, since the geological struc ture is the same in alL The richness of Douglas island is an assurance of Uie rest It was something less than a domestic se cret that Mrs. Crawford was the chief work r in The Daily News Pans corre s;ondn"e' even during her busband's life- . Sl ., L I . ... uuia. .'iuiiy soa uiigu oe seen at me Cafe Veron with her lord and master, and ! somi-times alone. I know no: a single I Frenchwoman, however sprightly and intel- i lectual, who has lived her Paris a Mn J Crawford has She U an animated encv- I clopedia of all the undercurrent of political and social gossip of the last half-centurr The genial hut subtle Celtic face is Uie mark of a ripe nd sound judgment, and of a cynicism which has lost all cruelty When this spartling provider of 'copy' likes, the can out-Laboiicbere Labouchere. She knows all the scandals of Uie courts and palaces of yesterday and to-day. Paris Journal DrnDDrd from the Catiilol'a nnma. As illustraUng Uie force of a small object uui.ii tiuiii a iisLc.uuv. hsuuv uroppcu IrOZXl th dome of the state capitol at Des Moines tatade a clean, neat hole through the inch ?' fiosr in thj rotunda. The Blad says rtuit lat w inter a lady accidentally dropped a heay mutT from the same distan -e, and when it struck the floor le.ow the uoue was heard all over tha building, and toon sup posed a guu bad Lejn tired otl. Boston liudgtt The Heir-Apparent Never Reads. An inquisitive American in England atked a member of the prince of Wales1 household what the prince read. 'Nothing, was the answer The American was incred ulous, but the Englishman went on to say that the prime never opened a book or a newsiiapfr. Competent secretaries read everything that the prince should know, and the result is related to hiiu In condensed form. Chicago Journal. Consomptlon of Tea, CoQVe, Chocolate. The total annual consumption of tea, it Is now estimated, is 3,Ui 0 tKH),UW pounds; of cole?, l,OJU,(iU0,lO pounds; cocoa and chocolate, l,U00,UOJ jiounds, while similar drinks are us.nl by less civilized nations and tribe. It is Uie favorite drink of Russia, Holland and England, the last country an nually importing 100,000,000 pounds, or several pounds to each man, woman and child. Boston Budget At-e of Chivalry Mot Dead. Talk of Sir Walter Haleigh, of Chevalier. Bayard, and of Uie soft-toned knights of Uie Field of Uie Cloth of OoldI There's a fellow up in FeUkey, who, being upset while sleigh riding, lay upon Uie snow and said to his sore enough girl; "S" on me, dear, and draw your feet out of the snow." Ag at chivalrj 4sd! Dstroit Trlbuna, An Every Day Occurrence. (With Apologies to Hie Curfew.) I Sprlngtleld's sun was slowly setting on the 1 hills far aw a). j Filling all the land with heautj at the close of one busj da). j And the last rays kissed the fniehead of a man in ragged clothes, . With a step slow and weakened, wrinkled brow and llornl nose. i ! Madlj strolled he donii on Main streeL tazillg to the left and right. Struggling to keep hack the murmur: " I must hae a suit tonight." Sail his mind and pale his features, and tsild his wandering etc. Ah into a More he WHiidereti to xv what live dollars would buv. And although he gae each merchant on the street a thorough look. Naught he found to suit his fancy, naught to suit his HK'ket-lHik. Still he entered eierj disirwaj, striving liaid to Ii ml the right. As he spoke in a hnskv vliiser, "l'liust have a suit tonight." Unwanl still, until he p 'uli 1 in I ron ot J. Jl. fwliote store-. Sees the stler in the windows wittrs through the open tloor. And in lev than hfteeii Mt-ond-. he i in a suit, .hist the price to meet his pocket. tlttexl latent styles and wool to boot, "Wrap her up, and here's your money, ArliM Itaa r-oitlint i tlli .l.l!.rl.t "J. M. Knote takes the c,ke for' lttr,nl,w I have a suit tonight." MY GHIL0I1SJPTMENT. Puts on a new dres today. ' I HaVfi VflU Sflfill thfi IlfiW arHv- I " I S? Cute suits for the little ' Qnoo apfj etrnnrj SUJtS fOf HlO ' larger ones. ThB rOU On Sfld.t , i r63dy suits find ready buyers. , Iahd the nuantitifis so small -. ! il.i t -., i-i Um l-ial I Ulliy lilllX rtl 1116 III For the laboring man I have 3 mmnlptP linP flf Wnrkinn A LUIIIUieiB llllt: UI WUrillliy ahirQ that arn Innn anrl Uoll SlliriS Uldl drB long dnU WBII made flvPrak anrl Wfirlf inn UVUfdlb dllU WUrKiny pants in endless varieties We are Striking tOday at We are resolved to bring them down. Can our mission be a better one? I believe in gathering small profits and doing it fast Our PRICES Today should claim the at tention of every buyer. Look a " a I at lAV MUlienSe StOCK, 6X3171- . ' "TJ this for the purpose of saying that fQ ClOS6lV tilB DriCCS. Qgf ! " multitude of friendsof Fremont through- " out tUe country need not get ready either unn finrl i. .In,i. 4,... ,." contribution box or the ambulance. ' "'" '" Juul " " varied a stock? All CltlSSeS can be suited and the prices r are within the reach of all, and I know of no better way tO COnVinCB VOU than tO SSk you to come and see me. J. M. KNOTE'S CLOTHING HOUSE, 5 East Main Street. MPKINGFIELU, ''If . - . ... - -. - ru t hit iTiimamaa'awiTiiaTMMrw-awiwTT m i i r"TTifT r rr Tf-,-KiM ...i'--r f-.......... Tu.i .,.. -r-rwiHKvnnirttmtneariift SETH GREEN'S WORK. A DISCOVERY MADE WHILE FISHING, NEARLY FIFTY YEARS AGO. The Crrftt w .nrk Hatchery How Ci-inie FUh Are Hatchet tij the Mill ion t the Cttledoula Spring mu. IiitrrritInK IrttIU Whi th ilrst s-ttln ranw Into thU jwirt of the tat?, nearly a wntury ap. thty found watr gushing out of the earth where the quaint old villaR of Caledonia now stamta. The volume of water was xreatthatlt formed a witle, deep stream, which flowed away to th northwanl. The water was clear as crystal and ciwl and wft. ainl it was not long until the settlfp tlHcoverrwl that the largeist and most lusciout tnut lurkeil beneath the ripples and in the depths of tbe etldim of the stream. The spring, a it w calleil, covpin an area of several acres. The water Imils up thnmgb sand as whita as miow. The ajiearaiicu of the spring is rather that of a charming mountain lake. From one side of it a flood gate pernuts the, iti.sage of !utllcieiit water Ut form a pleasant nvulet that murmurs through the low- lying meadow, and from i which rural youngsters pilfer many a choice t trout by rudu hut eminently auccesbful 1 methods , The outlet of th spring ii a utream of an average w minor inoaniy twenty ft, ana of such rapid flow that it furnishes ahundant ' l,wer several mills and factono. that are collected on iU lianks in the three or four miles of country it traverses, lu wonderful transparency and beautiful rale-green tint are never changed by the floods of spring or fall, which convert all other waters for the time into currents of muddy hue. While every other trout stream in this part of the state was long ago despoiled of its gamey inhatntauU by the constant inroads of the angler, Caledonia creek, while yielding larger number of trout than any of the others gives evidence that their numbers are toslay unduuiiuihad. 8ETI1 URKKN'a VALUABLE DISCOVERT. A well-known fisherman of western New York was angling for salmon in lta on Bend Head creek, in Canada, and one day was at tracted by the singular movements of a a sal mon at the tsitUim of the stream. He no ticed that the fih made with her tail a hole in tVi tmaKViIv lii ittz-irii ttf th - L- UKr tha ' water was running very swiftly. A male i , , , .l . salmon hovered about the spot, and the fe- tn&le tilled the hole with gravel, uing her tail 'ore After watching the fish f or tha greater part of the day, during which thepro- caaof digguig a hole and hlung it up again wu constantly repeateil. the fisherman was convinced that the female halnion ve&s cast ing hr j-pawn, ami the male hi unit upon it. and that tvixof the lmou family choose wlit js,. wat;r foP propagating pur- poses. He resolved to mate use or nu discov ery at some future day, believing that the spawn of fish could be hatched by artincia' as well as natural processes. In. lsol Uie fisherman above referred to el penmented on Uie discovery he made in 1S&. He miccewled in batching 1!5 jr cent., of a ( I quantity of trout spawn. His experiments ntlnuwl unfiihe niccvll in impregnat- I ing fi5 per cent, of spawn with milt, and it asthen thatSeth Green, Uie fisherman who had secretly wauhed the movements of the I breeding salmon in Uie Canada crek nearly I rtry" before, demonstrated beyond a Joubt h u be arUacially hatchl and propagated. His experiment were made on Catalonia creek, w here the state fish farm is now located, and it is to Uie magic waters of that creek that Uie hope for the future pis- from them its despoiled streams and depopu- lated lake and ponds are being restticked ' with every variety of game fish with which r their waters om-e teemed. UATCHEKT AT CALKDONU. CREEK. The remarkable fecundity of Caledonia creek hi trout Iwi the state fish commission in 1S77 to make a scientific examination of its water and surroundings. The fauna and flora of the creek were found to be unusually abundanL The number of Uie plant species was not large, only a watercress, achara and four mMa bemg found, but it was the quantity of each of these that was extraordi nary. One of the motrcs, known as hypnum noterophilam, or moisture-loving moss, is found in no other water in Uie stati. and is known only in four other states in Uie Union. The&e plants were found to be inhabited by myriads of insects which form the choicest food for trout A single bunch of moss pulled from the bottom of Uie crvek con tained representaUves of three classes of Uie animal kingdom, mollusks, vertebrates and articulates. It was at once determined that Uie existence of so great and varied a yumitity of trout food in Caledonia creek explained the presence of Uie large number of trout, and the furnishing of "food" from Caks Ionia creek to other waters in Uie state has since been an important feature of Mr.' Green's work in propagating fish. In ihe first pond at Uie state hatchery there are 5,0U0 large brook trout that ware cap tured with Uie fly in unfrequented streams and lakes of the Adirondack region. It is these trout that Mr. Green says have con vinced him that fish have reasoning powers and memory. When they were hooked, he says, ana were reeled slowly to the boats they hail time and opportunity to note the form and character of Uie tackle that made them prisoners. They have never forgotten that They will follow Mr. Green as he walks aliout the pond. Let hun have a walk ing-sUck and a fishing-rod hidden behind his back. If he reveals the former to the fish by holiling it out over the water, they pay no f. .. 7 . i . .1. . V '",' attention to it; but the moment he produces the rod, with its tackle, awav they will scamper to distant parts of the pond. Mr. --.... k.--iii .--.,. ....;. . h. Green says he will permit anyone tocast a fly in that pond to his heart's content, as he is satisfied that not one of the trout will come :. :ui. j . v .,:. near , so ..iu.j uo lUey nwn er inru enemy of five years ago. Xew York Mad and Express. - 4ien. John Charles Fremont ..5 Croffut n Ksasss Oty Journal. j I read a paragraph setting forth that "John C Fremont, the first Republican can didate for tie presidency, is now 72 years old and in a stat of extreme poverty. He is sick, as well as suffering from want, and would seem to lie an object of sympathy and -.-.-.- ..... ... .- substantial ai.l'' For that very evening, as I was sheltering i mVtuilf fvHm tha urs'nrl ! K Uar,xi-A ; !tlr, waiting for a street car, a familiar ' flirure swuntr br on the sidewalk, evidentlv iwaIkinKUPtown it was that of a smaii- ish man of 50 may lie, with faco aglow with health, and with vigorous and elastic step. A sack coat of rongh goods buttoned up to Uie throat, and an unusual grace and freedom of carriage.' encouraged the illu sion that the man was in mid dle life. It was Gen. John C. Fre mont, and in another month he w ill be 73 years old. His wife, "Jeie Benton," whobe distinguished name has always been jusUy coupled with the general's, is quite as robust and vigorous as he, and as their hab its have always been simple and regular, and in accordance with the laws of health, there seems no reason why the train should not live to be 100. There are men in busi ness in New York not turned 35 who are physically much older than Ren. Fremont I have heard that he everv dav lathes all I over in cold water, summer and winter That is a luxury I deny myself. I am very temjierate in th(e matters. Now probably this worthy couple don't like to be gossjped about, but to a certain extent they belong to Uie public, and I can not forbear saying that the Fremonts are not in a state of overty and don't need "substantial aiiL" Just now. in transition to a new home, they are living at a favorite hotel, but they will shortly as i-omfortably setUed as anybody need be- A Way to Kemeily the Kvll. The other day, Gilhooly tol 1 his landlady that ho was going to withdraw from the canvass aud put up at some other boarding house. -Why, Mr. Gilhooly, what can be the nutter! Isn't Uie food Uie best Uie market affords r "It isn't that, bnt the young law student at Uie unlvsrsity in the next room to mine is the ause of it alL He makes speeches all day to an imaginary jury." "I see; he disturbs youl" "On Uie contrary, be puts me to sleep, so that I am late in getting down to Uie office. " "I don't know what to do," said the land lady, "unle s you wars to change rooms with him, Texas Sifting A DATroS- PATTEBHJfAKER. V)ayton,0.,prssesses many points ofattrao tion wliith inter st and please the vuilor. 'I he National Soldiers Home, wiij iu beautiful grounds and war-carrij veteran, full of reminii-eni earn! of Ules of valor; the I'arthi-xin-haped County Court House, the Cooper Academy, the Orphan Asylum, tliu l.unalic Asylum and the M'ark.t House are all public institutions well worth seeing, and of the private residences, many are extremely handsome and striking, lhiytou oi its iuiisirtance, however, very largely to its numerous and vanwl manu factures, which give employment to many inttlligtnt mechanics. Oneof these large otalili'.limcnts is the Jlmkeye ISrass ami Iron Works, which is well known for the etccllcw c of its produrts. Among its em ployers is John K. Kea, a pitternrnaker, whose home is at No. 17 Jones stntt. Mr. Ilea speaks thus of his long .standing troulite w itli neuralgia: " That Atlilophonia is the medicine for neuralgia ami riietmiatism It rid me of my pain MMjiiiikly that I could si-an-ely naluelh.it it as gone. I!ut it was, ami I must give Athlophoros the reilit of doing what is (lain. til for it. I was an extreme sufferer for four years from neuralgia, the disease, of iiitirse, lieing worse at si, me times than at others. It was no common headache, hut the kind of neuralgia that confined me to my house and many times to my lied. List fall I had a very severe attack, which lasted almiit six wtsks. I was eutirelv helpless and was not able to get out of tlie house at all. I did every thing and iiscl everv remedy I had used before, hut nothing gave me any relief. " Hearing of Athlophoros, and of whata wonderful cure it hnd made in the case of Mr. KiN-kfield's daughter, I lmught alsittle of it. I took four or five doses the first day ami night and immediately tngnn to improve. That night 1 had good sleep, something which I have not hail for luanr nights previous. When I awoke the next morning my neuralgia wa., gone. From that day to this 1 have not had it ami I have not spent a pennv for nieiliune 6im-e," "IK) you not think that a very ipiiik " Ynu may call it what you plea-f, the neuralidfi'! gone and I run not ei;Uin how it went." I)id vtm take any nvtrenf the meijicine after the firt day and nit;ht '" "Yes; I kept on utinir it until the 1I tle was emntv for fpzr that I lirul nnt t.ilcwi enough to drive the di-ea? away entirely. Then 1 bought another little to have n hand in cae 1 tlumM netil it 1 did nt u-e it, however, but my v. ife did. She had lieen subject to sharp rheumatic pains in l'er shoulder, hutslie has never had any re turn of then since she used the Atlilo phorns," "The Athlophorrrs cureil von and your wife at a cost of only two dollar-'" "Yes; but it was not a question of dol lars, but of how to get rid of the terrible sufferings and 1 e able lo attend to uiv work, from which I had letn detained nil long. I would have given a hundred dol lars to any one who would have cured: me a effectually as Athloplinms did for a dol lar. It iseheapatanvirice,foritdieivvh.'t is claimed fur it-cures rheumatism ani neuralgia. 1 have not In-t a dnv't work since I Used it." II ynu cannot ret Ami unioros of voiir ilru.' lrtt. we ltl! ..end it . i n -s j..ii.1. nn"rc.-lt t . I rpjratarprictong,..irtr p.-rt .ttle vvepre'. thntvou l.ny It from our dnir-Trt. hut If lie han t It tin not be peruuti J to try somethti... else, but onler at one. from n as dirti''! ATlIlnninRosCo m Wall tr t Vew York. EPITHELIOMA! OR SKIN CANCER. For seven years I suffered with a cancer on my face. All the simple remeilit-s w-re applied to alleviate the pain, but the place contuiLeil to crow, finally extending mto my nose. Ir.un which came a yellowish discharge very .iffen slve In character It was also inflameit. ami annoyed me a great deal. About eight mouths ago I was in Atlanta, ut the house ot a Irleud who so strongly reciinmeiiileit the use ot Swift's Speeifle that I determined to make ar. effort to procure It In this I wassiu-cessriil and began Its use. The influence ot the nie.ll cineat first was to somewhat aggravate the sure; but soon the intlamiiiation was allayed and I liegan t Improve after the first few hot ties. My general health has greatly Improved I am strum?er. amiable lo rinaiiv kind or work The cancer on my face lo-gan to decrease and the ulcer to heal, until there is nut a vestige ot It left only a little scar marks the place where u naa oeen. 1 am ready to answer all ques tions relative to this cure. Mas. Joins A. McIhvi.D. Atlanta. 7a.. August II. lssi I haTe had a cancer on my face for some yrars, extending irum out chtek bone acruss the uute to the other. It has l en me a great deal of pain, at times burulnj and itching t such an extent that it khi almost unbearable I commenced using witts :?peciflc In May l!vv, and have used etunt bottle-. It has Kivec the greatest relief by remowni; the inflamma tion and restoring my general he.ilth. V. Barnes. KnoxvlUe. Iowa.Sept.3. 18. For many years I was a sullerer with cancel of the nose, aud having been cured by the use of S. S. S.. I feel constrained by a sense ot duty to suffering humanity to make this statemeni of my case. With tlie fourteenth buttle the cancer began to heat rapidly and soon disap peared, and for several months there has beet, no appearance of a sore of any kind on mi nose or face, neither Is my nose at all tenitei to the touch. I have taken about two dozen bottles S. S. S and am soundly cured, and 1 know that S. S. S. effected the cure alter eterj known remedy was tried and had (ailed. Robert midlet. Fort Ualnes. (ia., Mai 1. Iwi. ' . . , .. . , ., , , , , c .,,., . I had heard of the wonderful cures of Sw1Jt' j Specific, and resolved to try it. I conimcnceo ' taking It In April. 1SSI. Mygeneral health wa? much lmproet. yet the cancer which was In my breast continued to grow slowly but surely The bunc Brt.w brcaIUC qu(te eavy. ', felt that I must either hale it cut or die. Bui ' ' commenced dtscharglngquantltlesof almosi black, thick blo.d. It continued healim. around the edges until February, when it was entirely healed up and well. Uftsv ood. C'ochesett, PlvmouthCo.. Mass., July H. lsv. Swift's sipeclflc is entirely vegetable, and seems to cure cancers by forcing out the Im purities from the blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases malleC free. THESwirrSrEcincCo.. Drawer's. Atlanta. (la N. Y.. 157 W 3d St. COBSETS Tli. nvr.T iniii, ... k.. . . . . i::J.nrsivrcyr -- EV;atTt.&rrTffR.r. irirs THTwftere. Beware of wortnI-s lmlttlon. - pnurn nniM ti om Balt' Dsuneonthebox YOU CAN'T BEAT THE HOP'PLftSTEB Beeaa poaue xl of fresihandttcnvemfrir diui tfenu tor the onre of pala and disease. Prepared from the oompleta Tirtue of fresh Hro Bur.randT Pitch and Qum. The crcatet strenjrUieiilnft pluter ever Invented. Apply one to Eacuane, cries:. Baeumsvium. money Fsios. SUtchea, ScUtlca, Sore Chest, or pain In anyparttloealordcep-tea.td. Care instantly. soothos sod strengthens the tired znnacies. Ail ready to Apply. Sold by dm; and country tores, SScenta, 5 for $1.00. Mailed for price. Proprietors, HOP PLASTER CO.. Boston, M&m. SVrowgesfr, At. "Best I WiM Men! Whose VITAI.IT V U r.Illnc. Brmln DRAINFD and 3U.X1I Al TMI or I'owtr l-ll U I VltELV l AST En m.T flmt s revfet Hn1 rvILitde cure in th FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES OrlffiiMOM bj (-& iMMlvl Al. K of Pan. Krmuce Adopted bvsvll rnKh EhTit'in)antl being rapidly suM tuewmtully Intrvdored here. AllekeriiD(rloienatl drsina promptly rheikel. TU klTlK jrtnnff new paper and medtcsU endorsement, Jtc , r'lff:!' C'ofmulta lion (ofllce or by mall) wtth !x tmlnttnt doctors Fit I V, CIVMLE AQENCT. No. 174 fulton Street. New York. iML'S Always Satisfies. T'n ' -I I ' I -.i i:..n f..r r in growth of II"- !.j .. u...l lor i. -i. hair to it. otL'iiul !. ..r. i. II ll ui wer. A- ;i 'ii"-i:i..i'i- i Mr-. Aifn I l;: .!-.' II- lb. Ii troit. Mi.-h.. nti - lb f..r im mid the ui of Hail's tt Hair Renewer ni Iiiirua- ak, tl. u. and r.t . Hurt 5s )fjit i-l" J-', have u d l! u i r for Ih- lu-t ti n . ,r-. aid " lu ay prt tli of hnm m h i r." .M-. 1 ..in . I 1!. .. - I ii i.r d tl ( o'luj, I.'.c.in-j "i heroine irny w ht i M.ir. Hair Uen-w. . Ind 1 w r r ; Wilt' ui.e td im inert .i- ii' riLnal !ur. and L' row ill. Ir akio inMOt- ibndrult. i 1 keep-, tin hair oft ;ii 1 i-lu-tv." Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS i" a hand-one brown r Prishh bbi k. i in.- ii.. w.lli i'i. '. i.' , i n.l.n-. routil' . 01 iii-ii l oliw ni, nt r . - . .1. i I ! .Hi. w in-s- i - .. lH. I'KII'll.l ! 1.1 It. 1. IIAIX .V O., Nash old bv ail Ilru.'i-r. N. II. NERVOUS DEBILITATED W5EN. Y..uarpalli w-t a fr U 1 r t) ,-f..f . , of the 114? t lr In. , .- ,f i it n I .u witn Elttri Su'-i - 7 All'1 " - r ' -I, 'f 'vllpf and pfrnMirnt cur . f r ..-' ", !- Vitality ftDl jyfifc.H-rf. aft . i - i'"- ir.ut.U-. Also tor many thf r dlaw- mpi t r-.r-tlon to Health. Vicor and M .t.h i -'larjoTtL No rlk is ImmiTed. Iilutmu-n , tv t bj-t in .iJ tnvrfvi malttNl fr- ! adTv-wi- e . .... . VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Mich. ORGANS: tTi it A I IstV 4 W-lT.rt fcjlfc tt'itni i ciKuirriijun j, One hi.iwtrffrtV7 Wjaa F'Ht.atb, (. nted ' t kf&es hit. ORGAN AHDPIANOCO. 154TrcmontSt..B3ltcn-46E 14th St Union Sq.l. N.T. l49Wabs$hA.e., Chicajj. ARTISTIi !..', - .-. r -!' ' i lnrattt V . r - . i A . re iriari-d !o wui ' - ' ; i Kt-irknwn ( anv p.i-t f . i. i -i i '!. l.i;D' tid ti!i-j'e di" 1-' - i , i ;T' i " GOW. 4thSt.,Cincinnati,0. ciMtrjiuvr ci.AHt:.Hi.vr ci.aiii;iiiim' COI.II.W ! IOI.IIM COLONY UII.IIM ! (III.IIVV ! counv H.OY CL.AltK.MO.Vr CI.Aill.MO.Vr ci.Aiti:.io.vi' Cl.Alli;.MO.X A new IluaMi i-v t U'U.m u. li-tsyan. 0n VllUrfe. only M iniimi.. 1. lia- j -l..r. s. - bot-U, S ctuirib.,19. sclnsti. i,i'oer, factory, 1 u-j.iry. i stesmboats,Striuiiaii'l imai - Uiit. I.uli lapitfly advAiiiiiic Sik1, m.ii'1. -Mhysll mean. iDd fur ii'tui us. ith 4 nn- K II "ti-rfiti tutsut bo'LsS - tS, i tjr m. l-fll K ..ut': f i.tir rvl- ny.ns il,rllrol.nirfcrt..bti-. ,-- ut-nniiulirs, h"i'ij. u' ic - iiMi- mi.i'jC.iI1, -..-,' . Lt-ru. Km-'i- I - IS 'hi . i - i . iu.ne b 1MB' I ' ' ' ' i ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' -1 mil' 'i. iiUraai.r.nA.M'H Um-Jo .l.ui- (.o ,f '.i!H.T DOES IT PAY? WEL CHILL M, 1 i. All i .' T1V-U t- urfa8 s x .t ,n- i r i nf-srl-l ut ,ke U -if . hi nof i 1. Kim - trm j to J t. ( krrr 117 LOOMS SHTHiH. TIFFIN. O. N.W.AERgSGM ADVERTISING AGENTS biSES&o PHILADELPHIA Cor. CbrstnnC nnd Eilith Ms. Utfcelvc AdvrrlUeiarnU 1 f.13 Piper. CO I IMA I CO at Lowest Cash RatesTnCC teiiftlf AYER & SON'S MANUAL V IRGINIA FARMS FOR SALF. Silo tsi ru SO to ill ml a, 'r- .' 2 I. aa5 nr ten Itf " rW II. i .mb- tsiur b!eDrotci. w rt, . im . s..,i., lcrpii ', sut free. P i.l aUilI'VK.V. KEAL tSTATKAi.EATSP.ttf.bsn.Ts, NEW AuVERTISEVENTd. ask joor reullfr for the Orlcinal 8.1 Beware of Imltauons. Shoe. IfoDeCweDulnevnleari bra ring thfommp JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE. I Vade In Button,Congres4 Isaee. lixst vav AA-iii. l nex'iiea in xntroiiuy,4?rH7on anu ip pearance. Ax-oetairanlsriit 1 uiA jrjjuu m"u- iioa cow to f?t inu scto J.lTeansSCo., 41 Lincoln 3L, iioston, Jia3. This ftboe stands higher In the nttmatlon of Vrarrrt thsn sny other tn the wtld. Thousands who wear It will teU you therv&aunlfyou akthem The James Means Shoes Are for sale at KEYES BR S., 99 1-2 S. Market Street, N'ext to the Central Knglne House. " PATENTS. enll sketch or mudel of invention ai.l S for exannnitiou. Applications tor patents pre pirea ami prnsecureil Kei'-iteil cases, in frini;emeuts. interferences ami letral opinions a specialty. Seud stamp (or "llouk on I'atents." HENRY WISE GARNETT Solicitor of Patents. Attorney, at haw and Counsellor In Patent Causes. WashuiKton. I) I' liefereures lilies ,V lo . U.'inkers, and .'it Nat. Ilk. Washington. I'. ' F VE THOUSAfiD UDiES l nee to . U..rk. lr:infl X- taLSilssnu ,,o uni..,.s L i a ut neat. FitetoTn DhUhi per rrK hi thii ses4in Pleady enipirtTniftT the ..ir r.-untl. Apply at -! 'e t.r p.irt. u'.irs t. K -i..T'x I' t yi e .xi iAKI Art i i . K H-kertm, RrT Iluiiilm; . rC Tr. on-ut st . 1Iami. .Us . 1'. u. Box ijw 1 CURE FIT; WImd I m; cut Id tot nn mtrr j t i i r- .-ti f. i um ttiiJ tft-n bv ittam ri im isa1b. i r q t ra-'i. . i t.r. Ihifmi.-1 ! t Klls tPIIfrsV i rLLlN' SIC.NE silir-toaratlT 1 wrntnt r.y rrrdj to -ar tt worst refc Bcwt oUMn hv fi nt t ii naoo (ur not on rtcllnt ft i- fn-nj t uc for troatiw - 1 ft BottI r mj IttUIUM rnly. Oli lUprM and Poi Ofice ItCMts ycDtbif for tnl, anti I will curs jou, IdJnilDr. 1LU tOOT, 111 Flbt.,-w Vuk- ABK if;:, Grippe's loiiir..,tm-chem HI Self Otr Una Uailinii: M.i.lin,, 9. Vi"J WUtl l i llN 4l..l ;! c..:.r ,i i ,i.u 1 i . anil evpress utfli-e at om-e I'll"- iiliin:'l Co' 1'ey M . i It- want SALESJIE.N eierjwhere. local mm iravennj;, in sell iuri;-.oils u ill pay lltood salary and all expenses Write f..r I terms at mire, and stale salary wnnteit ST.M.tKISlI.VrKU ll;t mJIl'tNY. CONSUMPTION l poaiUt naWr lor tM abort dlNu; ijtutM Uaalatf uiarS lllillill Mason Hamin y h. , i jsagayy PIANOS: wfJfTrnWT r sn ZTr U r ,ai r 'i' -SE-at J jj liarf - the 1LJL3I '"k T'l J I a 4,kr ie for UMEllmi li i . - jfy f L i ' r a - w m III . lu, s jj Ti Fi l!r Ij -ri. BlW as v m vjr f ssr Vs- bviai eMHsJ BBBL "i. ri, 'n, lj BBBSUBuncNiiiaw( LIIK t A.VTKH -T.. ..rk f..r usatthelr ewn homes. J to li tier week can be easilv made : n canissmp: f:.scinatinii anil steady employment Particulars and ?iim,p!r.:' the w..rk sent forMaiiip Aililress HUME M F'll to .p ii Ii.,x liih I!..Hi.,n..Mass. ill if tM caw f ta wtm aiaa ma r loac suala V fta r4. IjiHLMtfrMIIlrlaltl ( IM Ocs 9 tstot I wltt Mad TWO BOTTLXS mi, tcclr wtU a TC A ti .--i wJBgBtBBBEnKtmmmW SMwfmimimiMiwEMWufiwWKtSBlmiWmimimM '