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GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2 1886. Rtif B-. Mi DO YOU M That we have a car of choice Belle Flower Apples just In. at wholesale by the barrel. That our Saddle Kock brand of Salt Sea Are the finest received In this cty? Bulk, 30c per ut Cans, 30c, 35c, 40c and 50c. Always f reJu That all new canned fruits and vege tables are now here, at the loet prices for years ? Quality guaranteed. D That -wo want your trade and will please you ? toW&y -vcWve 91 and 93 West Main Street and South Market Street. 40 WANTED. WHITE GlRL-ForEeneral housework W It west rieasant svrrc References quired. 21a TUANTED-Girl to cook and do central It house work, uooa sap; I erred, but not exclusively. Ap s. White rre- pply tonicht at 75 north Market street. l.-u TtrAKTED-Horses to winter; box stalls; 1 1 terms siu per moniu. pley. Sew Carlisle. 0. Address. II. C Ep- AXTED A live, energetic man. to repre sent us: 175 per month, and expenses Goods staple; every one buys; outfit and par ticulars :. Standard Silverware to.. Bos ton. LADIES wanted to setup Tea Clubs for our Pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful articles to select from as premiums. Mud for Illustrated Price and Premium UtU J1'"' tirrerz to every tenth person that answers this advertisement. we will dM'" t pound of choice Tea. Address. National lea A Coffee Co. Boston, Mass. 1TT ANTED Small house, in Eood nelEhbor- II hood. Kent must be low. Address J.W. C" GLosx-Rxrrauc office. 14y lO-VT. " OST Pnc-doR. Finder will be rwaraea ny i returning to V . tveuy.. j cuuiu jini street. LOST-Vallse, last week at I. B. AM. depot, containing suit ot clothes, architect s boo and pair of shoes. The finder will be re warded upon leaving the same at the Olobe Republie office. ls FOR SALE. POR SALE Woodbury mills, near Med way. O. Three run of burs, full head of water the entire year. Will sell at a bargain and on easy terms. Address Mary E. Heir, 21 west Columbia street. RtMOVED. TkEMOVAL Hamilton A Rrannaman hate nmnml tl.eir meat market Into the room lormerly occupied by the "Blue Flag" grocery. So. 47 we-t Main street. W PERSONAL. PERS0 SAL Weak and undeveloped parts of the body enlarged and strengtLened. ! Bcription. medical testimony, etc mailed sealed, free. Erie Medical Co., 7 Swan street. Buffalo. X.Y. GRANULA! Is one of the most nonrlshlns Foods for Yonns Children. Also is a most delicious COOKED DISH! Made Into Puddings, etc, for Yonng or Old, only 1 5c per packege. Trait! New Prunes, New Raisins, New Preserves, all kinds. Try Stralpy's Brand of Coffee, a mixture ot JIaracaibo, Java and Kin, Guaranteed to jtIt a ?oid Mi'Uf dim as any 20c. coffee In the city. IS CXS.P-EK POTJIVD. S. J. STRALLY & GO. 18 EAST HIGH STREET. TELEPHONE 43. 0. F. HYPES, C CO MEVS FURNISHER, 5 EAST JUIX STHFET. SPECIALTIES 18 IMS UNDERWEAR. SIXfil.K.BAKttEL PHOT GllS. SJ.00 "im'iI'b ltKEECII I.OADEK. ton I) II I'll I. K " 10.00 Prices on other coods in proportion. PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS arxR itnnttn to shoot rr.osr. Illustrated otlinie and ITire 1.1st sent Frw. J. C. BANDLE & SON. HSBSffir& l.S I POR CHECKS n 6 hours, cure" In 3 3.!s him t Drue Stores 15 N HPb.Ua ,5 ! WEM PaanHlEastMalnSt..Sprlni: field. O. MASHOOU. YOITHFUL imnriirtenee.nerrousdebll- Itycured by Botnnlc Nerte Dltten. ou cij. iieru jicu Co.Phlla..P Sold am E Main St.. Springfield. O. FDR oc wmmmm dam HimmJ jytaHaBH HHI AJ LOST DIPHTHERIA! AND SORE THROAT. The alarming prevalence ot these diseases calls tor a remedy t keep In the house to us. bothas aireentaiieasellasa cure when the trouble txts. Dr. Casper calls attention to his Diphthcreno Solution, A compound ot the best remedies known, and louc used In curlnc sore and uU-erated tlnonts and for treatlns diphtheria I sed as a cattle and mouth wash It Is the bct pretention knowu tor the abote diseases. Price i cents per bottle. Full directions for u-e. When persons re expo-wl. It Is best also to ..i.rltv fh. ht...ri. :trt on thf secretions Slid put the system In a condition so that disease will not attack It The best article to use is Dr. Casper's Blood fend Liver Syrup. It Is composed of one of the best alteratives known and Is one ot the best blood puriners made. Ur. Casper has sold thousands of bot tles In thelsst ten years. Put up In Me and SI bottles. Kor sale only at GASPER'S Drug Store, rlhfrIHo:k.3IalnStret,3d Door 1Vt ot Limestone, Sprlnefleld. MDHfiG ELOBE-REPUBLIC. The interest in today's elec tion is intense. 1 ne announce ment of the result will be awaited with great interest. In order that the public may ret the news at the earliest possible hour the Glome Re public will tomorrow ( v eunes day) issue a morning edition containing the full election re turns up to 4 o'clock in the morning, the hour of going to press. We have arranged for special service from all of the counties in this congressional district; also from the Sev enth, Mr. Little's district, and from Columbus, in addition to the Associated Press reports. The greatest interest is cen tered in the result in this city and county, and we will be ahle to mve the correct re turns from everv orecinct in the city and county, and the result. The paper will be sold by newsboys, at the news stands and at our counting room for one cent single copy. LOCAL BREVITIES. A grand day and a glorious victory. W. M. Wlgand, of Put-in-Bay, is in the city. Was "the little side door" in operation today. Kev. Wui. S. Gotwald, of York, Pa., is in tlie city today. E. K. McXally went to Loveland on bus iness this morning. John Fullerton and wife, of Greenfield, O.. are in the city. Indications jniint to a verv heavy vote, at least in the city. The Hungarian Gypsy students left this morning for Maryland. A. W. Hrevoart of Columbus, is regis tered at the Igonda house. Sir. and Mrs. S. K. Smith returned last Ctenltig from their trip to Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. IL K. Weinland left this morning for Fargo, Dakota territory. Jonas Drury predict clear, cooler weath er, commencing tomorrow. Jonas is stnk. ing It about right The pram! final of the republican cam paign was a rouser. It was a veritable re publican love feast The streets were crowded with people yesterday afternoon and esjiecially last light but the police say that the order was excellent The free lunch fiend was inconsolable to day. Saloons all closed. He mised his matutinal tripe and his regular mouthful of "puddin'." The wife of Jonas Strausburg residing now at St Paris, died on Saturday night of typhoid fever. The funeral took place yes terday at 10 o'clock a. m. Edward Archer a former workman in the bycicle shops, has had a severe attack of malaria fever, bjit Is some better now and will return to work in a few day. A dancing club of well known young peo ple gives a very pleasant ball every alter nate Friday evening, in the Lagouda hou-e dining-room, finishing up with a supper. Hicbard S. Nichols the handsome con ductor on the ran Handle, is running the regular train in place of Conductor Poogan, who met with an accident Thursday morn ing in this city. The Worthington Circle (C. L. S. C.) will ce'ebrate Bryant's day tomorrow afternoon, Nov. 3d, at the residence of Gen. Dear corff, south Plum street exercises begin ning promptly at half-past two. The hospital matter remains in (itw tio. and the fact that council does not meet to night will permit it to remain so. The con facts for the work cannot lie let until the site is selected, because nobody is willire t.-. hi.I until the character of the ground be comes known, and the distance the dirt will hive to be hauled. The trustees say that unless a site can be secured by next Tues day they will recommend the standpipe ground. Prohibition HeaitiinnrfT. The Prohibs. will have their lieadijiiarti s at Temperance hall, where they will r eeive full Associated pres dipalches. ami have speaking and singing. They will also serve oysters and coffee from 0 p. in. to 2 a. in. the net proceeds of which will go to wards the hall debt ntltttnn Home State. Yesterday anil last night the following lcrsons were arrested : Mike Doyle, drunk: William Donnelly, disorderly: Samuel CIa Inn. drunk and disorderly; Henry Mo ler. drunk; Henry Goble, disorderly; John Conner, drunk, and Jaiiini Welsh, drunk. Patrol Keport. During the month of Octnlier the force at the patrol house made 113 arrests, 1 1!) runs, traeled ISO miles, attended four aee.dei ts, and co lveyed four sick persons home. HIS WEEK WE DIPHTHERIA DISINFECTANT. Methods of Disinfection Suggested the State Board of Health. by An ImportHtit Circular Which slunibl be I'rt-wrw! for rulnre Itflerenre Kill. to In rollotl for lll.liiO.-tiou - Pore ,lr. Pure Watir. Afcwd.iys ago the ;i.oiik-Bkitmi.ic published extracts from a circular issued by the state board of health, on the dread dis ease, diphtheria. Follow ing are the formu las for solutions to be used as disinfectants, and n.le for their use: Soi.i Tiox No 1. Dissolve chloride of lime, of the Itest quality, in soft water, in the projKirtion of four ounces to the gallon. Soinio.N No. 2. Dissolve sulphate of iron (known also as copiera.s) in hot water, in the proportion of two pounds to the gal lon. ItUI.KS KOlt IlIMNFIxnoN. 1. The discharges from the throat, mouth and nose are exceedingly poisonous, and should be receied in soft cloths, which must be immediately burned or Immersed in Solution No. 1. 2. The discharges from the kidneys and bowels, and vomited matters are also dan gerous, and should be received in a vessel containing Solution No. 1. Ketiln the vessel fifteen minutes, when the contents may safely le thrown into the water closet or privy vault 3. The soiled elothinc bed linen, towels, etc, should at once, before being canled from the sick room, be placed in boiling water and boiled for thirty minutes. If, for any reason, this cannot be done, they may be soaked in the following solution : Solution No. 3 Dissolve contrive subli mate in hot water, in the proportion of two ounces to the gallon. Label poison, and keep in a wooden or earthen vessel. Take two fluid ounces, or a half teaeun ful of this solution to one gallon of water, and let the articles to bo disinfected be thoroughly soaked in this, remaining im mersed at least two hours; they may then be wrung out and sent to the wash. 4. The body of a person who has died of diphtheria should be washed with solution No. 1 and wrapped in a sheet wet with the same- The Ixxlj should be buried at once, and in no case should le exposed to iew. 5. After death or recoveiy of the sick, the room, furniture, and other contents not to be destroyed, must be thoroughly disin fected. a. It is best to burn all articles which liaxe been in contact iith the jierson. Those too valuable to destroy, may be treated as follows: J). All aiticles Which can be washed may be treated according to Utile 3, under Dis infection. c. Clothing and bedding w Inch cannot be washed maj be disinfected by exposure to dry heat for three or four hours. A tem perature of 230 degrees Fahrenheit must Ik' maintained during this time, and the arti cles freely exposed, . e., not folded or ar ranged in piles or bundles. The room ami all articles in it which cannot be treated by either of the above methods must tie thoroughly fumigated. it. The contents of the room should be mi arranged as to expose the greatest amount of surface to the action of the dis infectant Heavy woolen clothing, silks, furs stuffed bed covers and similar articles should be hung up in the nsmt and pockets turned inside out. Pillows uiatresses. upholstered furniture, etc.. must be cut open and the contents spread out for fumi gation, C'ariM-ts are best fumigated on the lioor. After fumigation, these articles must all lie hung in the open air and thor oughly beaten and shaken. S. To disinftvt a room by fumigation, pioceed as follows : (i. Close the apartment as completely as possible, stopping all openings through which the gas might escape. Thoroughly dampen the floor, walls and furniture. h. For a room about ten feet square, take three iiounds of suqihur broken into small fragments. For larger rooms, use a proportionately larger amount of sulphur. Put it into an iron pan. and to avoid dan ger from lire, support the pan on bricks, placed in a tub containing a few inches of water. Moisten the sulphur with alcohol and set on lire, being careful not to breathe the fumes of the burning sulphur. When certain the sulphur Is burning well, Ieae the room, close thedoor, and allow the room to be tightly closed for several hours. c. Open all the windows and air the room for several hours. If the walls and ceiling are papered, remove the paier and bum it. The floor, walls, ceiling, wooden furniture. etc., should be thoroughly washed with a solution made by adding two pints of solu tion No. 3 to four gallons of water. Allow this to remain on for twenty-four hours,and then scrub thoroughly with soap and hot w ater. .. The house and premises eenerally should be put in the cleanest condition imis sible, and every means taken to secure pure air and pure drinking water. The foregoing methods of disinfection are applicable in all contagious diseases. If solution No. 1 is objectionable on ac count of the odor of the chloride of lime, an equally efficient disinfectant to be used in the same way, may lie made by adding one pint of solution No. 3 to one gallon of water. It is necessary to leae it a longer time at least an hour in contact with the material to be disinfected. Fifteen years ago the buffalo ranges of Kansas and Colorado were covered with thousands of the animals The other da a parly went out from Demer, and after a week's hunting managed to kill three from a herd of twenty-nine that they found In Iist Park. It is said that there "are not more than 2,000 buffaloes now in existence. Systematic slaughter has produced this shameful result It will be remembered that the Hebrews sent to spy out the land in Moses's time ;oiiiid sometiug rather large In the line of .ripe. A grape grow er near Sacramento is to ing, eiidently, to surpass the record oi that time. He shows a cluster which weighs nineteen and a half pounds. There is one main stem, about eighteen inches in length, and attached to it arehugh bunches. A witness in a lawsuit In Portland, Me., was considerably shocked the other day t Irani that there are places in which profane swearing is discour.igisl. He wits testifying in regard to an overflow of water, and said. "If dot brick hadn't pcen dareder whole ;lley would !iae cived in." The judL'c checked the laught-r that fol'owed and fineii the witness S25 for contempt af court Australian farmers are still troubled b rabbits, which are bred there at an enor mous rate. One farmer has just offered -75.000 for a rabbit-proof wire fenco to ex tend 20i miles Tlie smallest i esiftence in Washington is that just built by a newly uiarrinl couple. T ir cottage has a frontage ot six Ice', eilit iuche , and a depth of about twei t f -e., and contains four rooms. The chestnut gong was rung so continu al! in the public schools of Portend, Ore., that it became an unbearable misianee, and now any pupil who carries one to school i liermaiicntly exjielied If the teachers dis cover it. Hear in mind that the 1. H. & W. will run elegant sleepers, chair cars and coaches through to Chicago without change on ex c lrsion Nov. 8th. TIcKets will b) good for t ii divs to return, and the fare for the r in d 'rip only S5. During the past ear Danville, Ya., has soldovir foity million iund of tobacco and Lynchburg nearly fifty million pounds. The most of it was raised in the countr? contiguous to these cities. The aggregated value was about ?S, 000. 000. nqaWMMBSaSMB WILL PUT ON At $2 and $2.50. PERSIA. Tlin Are a I-t of Cullrlencetf, Smo alislir l'ramls lllsber tlrailes. i Among the religious institutions of Persia the den lsli deserves mention. From among their ranks the imlilest thinkers teachers and poets sprang in the days of old, but this is longiaist. To day the dervishes are a lot of consci"ncele. unscrupulous ragniiiullhis l'g gars, iiitngueis, lunatics, atheists, sensualist ami cymes 1 turns. They are. all hasheesh smokers (ltheiighii, and lend u dissolute life, using religion as u cloak to coer nil their silk) and ssious, and nearly atw ays in league w ith the luti anil robliers and tlnet es. Many of them nro Hindoos, and among their num ber may 1' found people of nil degrees, even some of the wealthiest and highest. The common lioggnr dervish is a fellow of pronounced depravity. His opicnranco is bad enouuh. He wears rags, N-griniod and filthy lieyoml llief. Hn Is-nnl and hair aro left grow ing. and nre unkempt and full of vermin. Hism-ii-o is erneked and his ej e is lustreless from tho constant use of the soul lienunibuig bheng (hasheesh). He carries a stick, the handle of which is carried so as to tlicrilic the Persian characters for "Yah Ali," and liesides that ho exhibits the koshkull (coacoaiiiit shell to receive nhus in) and often an old tiger skin throw niwer his shoulders and the horn of an nrgnti (mountain sheep), to produce the horrible noise with which ho I uuivuivr .'1 ...111-. I. ..ct... ..u".. ... .'i..u shady street corner and howis at every passer-by his "Ynhhakk" (Oh, eternal truth), without ever taking the trouble to nsu w hen soliciting alms He will recoil e money from anylinly, eeu unbelieving Feivnghis, but will send curses and strong vituperation after people if they havo not given him ns much ns heexiHvteil. Many of them will feign insan ity, the U'tter to beguile tho unwary Sheeite, who, like the Turk, has a feeling of tender pity and reverence for the demented. ....I. nnnn .. 1. 1... ...If Il.llltu il.,., I. nt U.TTV. The higher grade der ishesstylotlicmpelves Ahle nzaad, (free people), and aro generally men of somo education, but are, like the other kind, arrant vagaUnuLs, and worse if the opportunity is fnvorablo. They wear cleaner clothes and jiart their hair in the middle, but smoke bheng, too, and generally have women eouisinion, the lowest of their sex, along with them. While tho lower kind of dervishes are too ignoi ant to know any thing, this latter sjieci of the genus are con firmed atheists, while at the same tune lead ing a life of idleness and vice on the strength of their pretended claim to holiness and piety. A few, a very few-, of them, am still, howeer, men of learning and austerity, and have pupils and followers. Cor. New York Times. Fun Among Kusllfth Aristocrat!. Tho gayety at dinner sometimes rises, into hilarity On a hot night in Juno not many years ago I was dining with a young enil. The mrty wns coiiqioscd exclusively of men, nil of high rank, friends and associates of royalty, members of tho Marlborough club, where at that time you were exi-tod ulw-nys to lo in evening dress niter 8 o'clock, as you might meet tho Prince of Wales. The house was a Scotch one, nnd after w-e rose the pqier was brought in. He had nlready passed three times around the feible during dinner playing his Imgpipes, but now it was proposxl to liae n dance, and two young noblemen were pitted against each other in n Highland fiuig. Tho rivals took off their coats and waistcoats and their evening shoes, and began capering with nil the fervor of the stage Irishman leaping, brandishing their arms, whooping and shout ing like Florence or Barney Williams in a favorite role. Tho others joined in, or took their turn, while the screech of the liagpijio accompanied nnd excited tho performers. Once or twice tho young host camo to me in the corner where I sat watching this extraor dinary scene in a London draw in, room and asked ma if I tfiought they were savar's1 But I was delighted to study the manners of tho inhabitants, nnd begged them to go on. And they did. At the center of the long room tho young aristocrats now bcaed up in a mass nil the movable furniture, sofas, ottomans nnd chairs. Then nearly every man of the com pany in turn started from the head of tho room to leap over the pile. Some stumbled, one or two fell, but most of them cleared tho barrier. No one was hurt, but clothes wero torn, trousers burst, and every noble acrolmt was bathed in perspiration. The sport wns kept up till nearly midnight, and then it was tune to dross ngain, for thoy were all goivg to a loll at tho Duchess of Burcleugli's So tho iiarty broke up, and an hour or two later I met them ngain, renewed in appear ance and attire, and as subdued ill man ner as the ordinary undemonstrative English man. These young fellows had not drank any great quantity of vine; their exhilaration was simply natural spirit, tho result of high health, V'outh and intimate company, and n feebug that whatever they did, their doing it made it appropriate. They were a rollicking Kt, but there was no vulgarity in their mirth, no coarseness even in their boisterousness. But they broke some very precious lorcelaui in their performances. Adam Badeau'd Letter. s Great IZ-tates Kept I'or Shooting. Scotch hunting i- a gentleman's oecuiatioii. The poor dare not shoot the game width runs nil about them, a id I lie cthhitsorc c..- tamo as kittens. . t i.'ns ..iv kept hero for nothing eUols.: ..i;. They are not fanned mid are of Un of thou amis of acres. Sometimes these estates are let by tho year or season to gentlemen who wish to shoot, and it has been estimated that tho nverago cost of hunting deer in this way was f."A) jier stag killed. It is tho great grouse season and the region of Trossacbs are full of them. Tkey ore found upon the moors and hunted nith dogs. These Scottish moors I hadalwayssupjioscd to be something like the .American swamp or marsh. I was surprised to find tliat they are mountainous lands covered with grass and the low hushiti known as heather. The- bushes look like little sprigs of pine set into tho ground and they have little blue blossoms on them. They make the landscape of the Scottish highlands peculiarly lienutiful, and I can compare it to nothing but great hill, crowned with b-autifid dark green plants, with here and I hen- a witeh of rich dark olive brown. There is a elvety tint to the grass hen, win h we don't get in America, and the great moi-ture of the nir keeps tho grass green here the ) car round. Frank (f. Carjientcr in Cleveland Leader Pendleton county. West Yirginia. has been atllieted by Mormon missionaries to. about a car past All plaster- are not alike, loi Plaster afford lelicf and cure when other kinds a worthless. Tim Woman's Missionary society of tlie nre-byterj of Erie raKrd Si.OfK) mole fi.i minions in the pa-t ear ihn in the om ureviou-4. lmportnntto Ladled. Mrs. M. K. .Miller, residing at No. ISO west Columbia street, is prepared to do sdl kinds of lur work, anil ninke a speciallj of retrimming seal-skin sacque-. Firt class work done. ;iv- her a call when ou want anything in her line. The Xlethodist uuiversitj at Chattauoog. was opened only a month ago, but now ha if'O students. It is one of the finest institu tlons of learning in the south. "itorcJH on tiles." Why suffer l'ilcsl Immediate relief and com plete cure guaranteed. Aek for "Hough on riles." Sure cure f orltchiDg, protruding, bleed ing, or any form of Pile. .We AtDruggiste or mailed. E. S. "Wells, Jersey City, X. J. SKINNY MKN. Wells' gor, c 'Health Kenen er" restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, .Nervous Debility. lor Weakiteu.iJcucate nomen. ti. MTTT.T.S II All! HAT-SAM. I If graT, restores tooriginal color. An elegant dressing, softens and beauunes. .o oil nor grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops haircm- lngout;strengthens,cleanecs,hcal86calp. 00c THE DERVISHES IE II EXTRA QUALITY OF DON'T FAIL TO SEE THESE BELLES AND DUMBBELLS. rifth .Wenun ilrl Wlm Prnrtlre In Private ;)iiinuiuiii. The young women of the present gen eration tli.it one meets on Fifth nvenue and upper Hroidway are ns rosy, heallhy nnd ns swuinetricnlly dci eloped ns Eng lish girls", although they still retain their elenr nit beauty of features and slender hands and feet. The reason of this per feet ph)slcnl development Is traced to the private gjmiiiisiums in the city, where almost every branch of athletics is taught. And for tho past fifteen years these gymnasiums have increased in nunilier Every private school ot any prominence has one, mid In many homes of wealthy residents n room on the top floor is littc 1 up with a spring board, hori zontal bars, pulleys, weights nnd other athletic f i rniture, nnd hero the daugh ters of the .muse spend ninny hours. "The mt-jority of ladles attend gymna siums more for the object of attaining perfect plijaicul development than to be come experts in any athletic exercise," said a leader of fashion in speaking of the matter. "You know," she continued, "that n society woman needs a good figure to appear to ndvatnngent entertainments, and she has found that n regular course of gymnastics will do more to make her arms round, her neck graceful nnd her carringe stately than any course of danc- '"IS Many mothers prefer to train their daughters nt home, and most of the tielles of a season go through n regular drill for years before their debut One lady liv ing on Madison nvenue has her three daughters come to her every morning nt 10 o'clock. They wear regular gymnsiutn suits of dark blue flannel, consisting of a blouse nnd skirt nnd Turkish trousers of flannel, shoes without heels and short sleeves. Each girl tnkes n corner of the room, her face turned toward it, her heels placed together and her hands lint on either side of the wall just even with her shoul ders. Then, as the mother counts, they bend forward, the shoulders going be yond the hnnds, which nre kept firm, and bracing them oacKwani. ine ieei are kept in the first position. After the body has been swayed to nnd fro a hundred times the maidens nre permitted to rest They are as erect nslf drilled in the regu lnr army, and this is due to the old fash ioned exercise. The next exercise, also one employed by our grandmothers, N carrying a pall of water on the head nnd one in cither hand ncross the room without spilling a drop. This gives a graceful iKiise to the heart nnd shoulders which is noticeable In the lower orders of Italian women who are obligert to carry in this way. These three girls can all nccompllsh the difficult feat, but it has taken them years to learn. New York Journal. tetter From S. S. IrrntU Widow. Mrs. Mary J. Prentiss, widow of Bar cennt S. Prentiss, publishes in The New Orleans Picayune nn open letter to Rev. V. II. Mlllnirn, taking him severely to task for certain criticisms of Prentiss in his lecture. Mrs. Prentiss says. "If, therefore, I now address you, it is be cause I feel thnt I have not long to live, and I wish before I die to liear witness to the character of uiy husband which I do not hesitate to pronounce the noblest and purest I have ever known. Permit me to state to you that he was utterly de void of selfish ambition, living only to serve his country and his fellow men, nnd desiring to be remembered only by those he loved, that his fortune wns lost by the decision of the supreme court of the United States involving his title to the Yicksbnrg commons; that he died of a disease Inherited from his father, and that his death was hastened by the fa tigue and exposure of the presidential canvass of 1S11, and by overwork In his efforts to t xtricnte himself from financial difficulties." F.xchange. The Sce anil ttie Kool. A Fool who wns on his Way to ask Ad vice of a Sage Encountered him return ing Home with a Girl of 18 hanging to Ills arm nnd a look of Inexpressible Soft ness Clear around to hl) back Collar but ton. 'Disturb Me not," said the Sage as he waved the Fool aside. "I have just Married this Maiden nnd must be left to my Honevmonu."' "Hut I Came ns a Fool to ask Advice if a Sage." "And I have none to give yon, for the World will to-morrow call me the greater Fool of the two." Moral. We don't remember whose Hair Dye 'he called for, nor what base ball club he joined. Detroit Free Press. Origin or "the Tleud 'Wood." "I've got the dend wood on you," is an expression signifying that the evl denes of unfair dealing are producible for the justification of the defendant. It originated in this way: A man's wife died and a first class coffin wns ordered. The coffin, supposed to be of rosewood, was lowered clumsily into the grave, and one corner of it was knocked off. The gentleman took the piece of wood home, and found it was pine. The bill was pre sented and n losewood coffin was one of the items The undertaker was forced to pue for the amount, nnd when brought to court the defendant produced his chip tn evidence v) goes the htory Detroit Free Press. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thli powder neyer varies. A marvel of puil T, strenKth and wnolejumeness. More eco tomlcal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot ml iromn''ttlon wltbthe multitude or low test, short weight alum or phosphate pofo ders. SUdnliincana. KoTIL Build PoWDWI Co.. 106 Wall street. N. v. MAYES &S0H ADVERTISING AGENTS uW&a PHILADELPHIA Cor. Chestnut and Eighth SU. Iteceire Advertisements for this Piper. ESTIMATES V5Ensr:rEiDir,tTiM5C cdcc at Lowest Cah Rates 'fci.VAYER & SOFTS RANUAL -r. The Gnat EnfflLh Prccrlptloa JJlHCurM JIVaJbieM, SiermaforrAea, J v Emiuiom. JmiKifrnrlandall Dls-S fy esses caused by self-abuse or In-. I A .ll.af.TY.Hntv Onenaetftiyeltl.fiir XS.M mroREl Bv mail. Write for Pamphlet, uma Eureka Cliemlcnl Co., Detroit, talcli. CaUm or address Theo. Troupe, druoilst. corm.r Main aud Market streets, Springfield, uniii.ooleAKent. SHOES OR YOU WILL MISS W (JROYALt'.lT.J jh I J MECHANICS! AND WORKINGMEN Will find in our stock the most serviceable and best constructed Shoes in the city. We have a medium grade of Shoes, made of excellent stock without expensive and unnecessary finish, cov ering all sizes for men, women and children, which, for service and value to the wearer, are really worth more than those of greater cost. They are not quite so low priced as shoddy goods but are ten times more desirable. The "Paul Revere" is of this class. Persons who understand how to economize will find that our stock affords them an opportunity. We have no shoddy goods, and will not give them place in our store. They are dear at any price. Our aim has always been to give a better shoe for the money than any other house in the city, and we have been eminently successful. ROUSE & PARSONS IVO- GO SOlTTII IVI,KjET street. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT! THE SI 1'ItEME FAVORITE. MliniE VICKERS In Locke's latest and greatest comedy drama. CHERUB ! Muttie Vlcker will iIuk all THE LATEST SONGS AND DANCE POPULAR PKICES! ELECTION RETURNS! KpiiiI trom the Staff l$ft ffn Acts. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE EVENT OF THE tEASON 1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. The (lifted oung Actress. G LI The RenowteJ Actor, LEWIS MORRISON, And their admirable Dramatic Company, In the reignlngsuccess oi j-.ngiaua and America. "niSTE HI HUBUEB1TE!" From Goetheis celebrated poem. "Faust." .H.iculflcnil. Scenerjt Elaborate Costtinicff Arfmliilnn. 2.1c. Me and 75a Reserved Feats without etra charse at Harris s Uuar now on sale. Store, OLD RELIABLE ok Bin J. D. Smith Company, Globe Balldlnic. Cor. West High Ht. ssd Wklnat Ailej. Printers, Binders AND STATIONERS liikRMk Wtrk ! !.! Blntililj "PATJLA. STALKY, Attorney and Expert IN PATENT CASTAS, Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. WRoomsin Buckingham's Building. overr M-.MurpnyJi Bro.'s &tore.-S Speilal attention given to the preserving f iturl teeth REMOVED! dr. J. t. Mclaughlin, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,! RDIUVED TO lOfi e-t Malu St. Telephone 45. HOTEL AID RESTMIBUT! OG, OS nnd 70 Knit Main Street, SPKINOHCLD. - - - OHIO JohnW.KusM-ll, Prop. Neat anil nicely furnished lodKina rooms at low rates Hest meal In the city tor 3Sc Oys ters served In all styles, special rites to steady boarders. LADIES' FINE A BARGAIN HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION. NEW FALLAI9D WINTER WOOLENS. No. 31 East NEW STOCK OF TOOLS! EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN. NEW GOODS: i Brass Hods, Brass Fire Sets, Brass Cuspidors, Brass Lanterns, Brass Fenders. Rutz-Pomade for Brass. HENRY C. FISHER CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., THE LEADING DRUGGISTS. TVe are the only DrnggWi in Clark County vthj hare paid the fax under the requirements of the Don Law, and are consequently the only druifglMswhoe.au sell Liquors, iine,AI-, Bt er, etc., for culinary use, except nhen prtgeribed by a reideat nrae Id it physician We curry a 11 e slock oi the cholci-t brands of Liquors', Wines, lie, Porler, Beer etc , Imported and Domestic, ot rmdoiibt- d purity ai.d ol the mi M popu lar brands and which re offer with confidence to our ensttniers us to their being genuine tad uudulterattd for ntidithiai aid culinary purp-'ter. CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., 55 EAST MAIN STREET. AliXi 3rH.JIJEJS OP CARPET! From a Velvet down to list products or best looms, in Fall Patterns, now on our floors. A. 0. BLACK & GO. CARPETS, CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY. ACME PAPER NOVELTY CO. COMMERCIAL PRINTING! Lutter Head?, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Enve lopes, and all kinds of Job Work done in first class manner at the lowest figures. Also, manufitcturi rs of Oyster Pails, Papfr Hags and Boxes, Flour Sacks, Can y Cones and all kinds of Taper Nbvt llit-f. Tel'v-honcSSl. 132 WEST STKEET. E. T. Comniins, Manager. i "FURNITURE, CARPETS, ALL GRADES rbating and :ook Stovos, evory style; Quasi wars, the bast in a. shades; Burmese and common glassware in all the beautiful col oring'; Window Curtains wittt and withort Dar'o; Fumac83 and Baltimore Healers a specialty. ' tudebaker Farm Wagons at Cost. We rava outfits for tl e housekeeper, have everythirg. Nice Chamber Sets, $15.00 and up. Rain or shine, we are here to serve you promtly.at prices lower than ever before known. HNDREW5, WISE & 42 nr-f a.0. 1AIIU r iaiwiM su fe ND BUTTON Main Street. WIS BLOCK. ALL KINDS, irr?iQSi Htnr.u i ryfilli'ntfr'fiir"fll SHOES EMAN, PTN1 A Schulte's Shoe Stores, 25 East Main and 15 West Main St. ' "- i- ; wC?! i? .U. .v' 1 I.". BjiminriDWHdWanaiKBcrsi--U..iMizaa &&S3 jj.