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REPUBLIC, EPyESDAY EF.OiyG JCTAHY 19, 1887.
is .- t.""s '- COAL CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. Successor, to C. C Taj lor & son, K. S. KKLLY, 31. M. HKDCIIM, .'resident. Sec.Treas. H. VOUES. Manager 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SULK AOEXTS FIIK SUNDAY CREEK, JOHXSOX BROS.' AKD CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JAGKSONTHAN OURS AKTI 11 IACITE. WOOD AND KINDLING. We kfrp ft full line l all brands or Cement, Plas'er, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Sewer Pipe. Springfield JUpublic EVEXIXH .1X11 WEEKLY. The BErrBLIC prlata the w Tork aid W trra taaorlatrd rrtis liiipatrkeiaid U KHr Call (Korelt)Tflfcr- C M. MCIHU.N. raKsmisr. tiios. s. imoWN JlltC't MTliS. SPHtfieFIELD PUBLISHING GOMPAIY. Publishers and Proprietors. THK EVKMNO KKl'UltLlO It pUblUhed rv erentnir eveeut SuimIat. and ia dellT- ered at the rate of 10c. ter week. Single euplei Ic. TUB WKKKLY HKl'UHMC In DttMlshed every Thursday, and ts oue of the mot com plete xamiiy newpater in ine country i eight pagei, markets complete. Repiete with newj and miscellany. $1 per year. Invariably cash In adsne. All communlcxtliins and contributions shsUld tie addressed to Curtos M. Nichols. e.titnr.andall timiness letters to Thuus tl. ltkoirs, manager, REPl'llLIC Bl'lLl'lXG, SPRINOFJELD, OHIO. Tvlephone No. S50. WE3NES0AT EVE.VIKG. JANUART 19. 1887. Sam Jones recently told a Boston audi e ice that "a man who has more religion t lan sense, N a fool." but that a "man who has more sense than religion is a rascal." Young Kalph Hamilton has handed us a time-worn copy-nf the SritiM;KiM.i tO.) 1kki:. the predecessor of theltErrm.ic, f ir June 18. 1 WT. This copy is in tlie hw. session of Mrs. L. C. Itagau. of this city, whose grandfather was a life-long -ulvscrib-i-rt this pajur. beginuing with the first issue of the Hier. printeil in lsl7. and known then as the Titrmcr. The following is the matter ot a special dNpatcli from Kanopolis, Kansas, to the OJiio .S'fflfe Joimml. under ilate of Jan uary t"1 : Our town has Iieen incorjwraUHl, under the laws of Kansas, as a city of the third class, and an election for mayor, police judge and other city officers is ordered on Saturday. January 22. The place Is booming along even in the midst of winter, and siuce the new manu facturing establishments went into ojera tion It is difficult to find mechanics and la borers enough to keep up with the work to lie done- In one respect Kaiioiil!s Is ahead of Springfield nauielv, in that It has provided tor a jKillce judge. The IlErriu.if has already given It; opinion as to the course of Mr. llalstead crtieernlne Ceneral lgan. acquitting h in of any malicious intent toward him In a letter to the editor of the Sit. Vernon 71 iiiiWtain. Mr. C. F. Kaldwin, in re- spinse to one of his editorials, Mr. Ualstead treats the matter at length. From his let ter, we take the following : I regret that at the time General Logan fell ill. never to reco er. 1 was in an attitude of ho-tility toward him. He was a might lighter, and 1 never dreamed of assailing a man overtaken with mortal weakness. Ak khiii a.s I saw his sickness was serious I ex iressed becoming regrets, as sincere, I aui sure, as any tliat a'ne fiom Iiisosteiitatious triends. ' The Van XandtgirL at Cliicago. desene jiity and eoiuiiilseratioii, rather than cen sure. It is quite evident tto us. to say the lea-t). that she has lost her mental balance through the intense excitement which has prevailed a the result of the murderous bomb-throwing and the trial and conviction of tlie anarchists. That is about all thete Is of iL Xo intelligent person such as M .ss Van Zandt Is would pursue such a course as slit has taken while in her right mind. If possible, she should be removed from the mental white heat which environ her. to some quiet locality where she could cool off. An ocean trip would lie a capital thing for her. To allow her to marry Spies would be to do her a great wrong and to com mit an outrage on public decency. Patrons of tlie Mamhattan Life Insurance company will find In its annual statement, which appears elsewhere In this pajKT. a presentment which should be entirely satis factory- I' indicates that tinder its new president. Sir. James SI. McLean, the Slan hattan does not swerve from that stead course of prosperity and Integrity which has characteri-ed Its career from the be ginnlnc and made It real safeguard and insurance to thtce who have entrusted to i' their money and their hopes for the com fort of those who come after them. Tin company during the last jear has partlci pated in the general business improvement f the country, and shows a substantial Cain in all directions. Willi a. surplus of newly two and three-quarters millions regards policy-holders, the Manhattan I as surely the best possible guarantee for a iiosiroiis and satisfactory future. The Canton Ileiltnry gives Springfielri (among other cities) this good, practical n"nt: Canton's material and social growth in business circles and industrial matters ha lw-en as much in the past eighteen months, since the Hoard of Trade and Uusinrss Sleifs Association were organise I, as in ten yeais preceding. Anil Springfield. Ak ron. Youngstovv n, Zanesville, and even Dayton, want to spruce up. or in three ears Canton will have left tlieiu away bt hiud. We do not care how far Canton sluxts ahead, but we do not wish fcpringficld to lag In tlie race. A harmonious and ag gressive business fraternity that pulls and puhes all together, with no breaks or balks, in behalf of the business and general interests of the city, is an Institution that always helps a town. Springfield has grown to a wonderful extent, through indi vidual effort, branching out in all direc tions, but there are some things which can only be achieved by a co-operation of all local Interests. tiik .ti.it.irim sriiiwi. nii.i- Wlille we arc discussing existing ami i proposed legislation for c u try sclools, we may as well give the following statement of the present situation: I The township school board, as now con-1 stituted. Is a body corporate, and has ex clusive and entire control, and authority to- j 1. Levy all taxes for tuition and school purposes. 2. Purchase or lease school sites. I 3. Rulld.enlargeaiid repair school houses. 4. Select the text books to be used in -1 township schools. 5. Prescrilie a course of study, (i. Employ township school sujierinteiid- ent, janitors, etc. Make all roles a,..I reflations for the . , , , ' mid i o clock in tlie evening. Tlie money government of the schools. nm TOVerwl) nI11, ,,, ,.., of j. r. Mann 8. Establish and maintain township High d stomach commenced mi the evening school and employ teachers for Fame. I of Dec 2. He at onis put himvlf umler the U. Purchase all aparatus, supplies, ! cure of Drs. Bryden, of flni-ago. and Mit- fuel. etc. for all the schools of the town- chell, of Miuiiali. nd actios according . . j to their . vice has litnl for the nioutli on n .... . . I diet of oatmeal for bnwfcfast and light cold Hie lKanl of directors are not bodies i mnt, for,llnner. wirding up with hisipiail rororate, and the) hae exclusive and en- Ml,..r each evening Ho got along very tire authority to well until he ivacliisl his tuenty-iiintlt quail 1. Kmploy and dismiss teacher., in their, on the evening of Dec :tl On this -severat sutwiistricts, and fix their wage.. , .M"n he got thruui. .. w ith his grand su,.,.-r ' onlv after a haiil struggle, and it was pi- 2. Appoint one of their number ineniber '., t n B.uM fsU itl tl. t.mt to of the township boitrd of education. What la called the "Albaugh" bill, and which has passed the House and is now before the Senate, abolishes the otlice of local directors, and delegates their pow ers to the township board, and provides for the biennial election of one member of the township board from each sub-district. The author claims for the bill, that by each sub-district retaining the election and control of its own member the township school boards can lie kept non-partisan; the wishes of eacli locality will be elre.siHl I j.yiTimi'l f toist, nasot wrnre Mmm. Tli tliroiigli its representative: tint tlic'welfare' acciyiwiiiim-iitJ. won- salt, rolpry, bread, of tlie seliooNof each township, MnR all "". S-rata clii etc. He l.ioiight , . . ., . , . . I with him a tMttle of niiks.ln wnter. or placed tintler the control of one Uiard (a ""'"""" ' " ...,, m . . ,,, ,i which he at llrt tk Imlf a plftss. ami then In the Um lis and villages under exist-1 ,m,Ilrtlrc,i ratin; liivnd and butter .after tug laws), will lead to system, better j ,VUvninms half a livi.f bnail he rva-hnl teachers, fewer changes, tinifonnity of for the.piail with an air of a hungry man. plans and manner of teaching more careful nn.l lirrai;ht it to hi. plate, (-uttiiiff off a .. ..... , ,i . i i r... i ,. I ,i. i D1 si?s innutr.ful he masticnteil it thor- distnbutious of the school finds, and there-! . wjh n, .,,, BfcmK fore less expense than under the present j lvlth ; ,iIh,ral sliplIy f sva chi,r. nell chaotic Rovernment of the country schools, Mtrt This erfoniianoe was reintl thnv with the dual and frequently rntiHirtiiifC time Tln-n Jlann resorteil to limul and boards; and cive the same opportunity for I'aM'r. and flnishci his first Klass of Waiike , . i i . . ,i I sha. He next turnis! hi attention to the a cootl comiiion school education to the,, ,' ' ' . : .,, ,.,. .... , . , . , , , t-elcrv ami atrt two stems iwnp: salt fns-lv, children of the fanner and farm laborer as i nn,, foU..-jiip: with thre more bite-" of b) now enjoyed by the children of the me- j ,,,ii. Then lie poured out an'thr slass of chanicor laborer lu the towns and vlllaces. Waukesha, which emptied his battle, abi No doubt the pminised system would be I m o-er saltl Saratoga rhiis another much better than that now in force. 8"'n of "J"- a,,'nl!"r M" ' with nn extra sunnlv .tf butter, nml then Tresident Iinc, of Antiocli collese, ...i... I "; let it be borne in mind by the ceneral pul lic. has done more for the htiildiui- up of his Institution than any man (not execptim; llorace), has been very unfortunate as to tieinir the victim of accidents. Yea's aso lie was injured very severely in a railway break at Trebein's station, but instead of bringim; suit against the railway company, he went to the authorities, and proHsed to leave the matter of actual damace to hi' p;rson to the surreon of the mad. As a i result of this the eomoanv offeml him a certain amount, of its own accord, and he accepted it. On Monday, as the president was on his way from the funeral of Mrs. Little, the services of which he conducted, he was thrown from hi carriage, alighting on the ice, m-etvinK a bruise on his side. which was the portion of his body injured before. The president, boivexer. is "up nd at it aeain," hcarinc recitations anil stiTiiitendiie the work of the collejre. He is not the sort of -a man to be "downed'" , ,. . . i ... by any ordinary catastrophe anythinc i less than a powder-mill evplosfon or an t eattliquake. He occasionally preaches here and has a host of friends in this city. who admire his sterling personal qualities. and esjieeially his pluck and perseverance. Those interested in the rather bit ter discussion indillred in hi ccr- tain parties in certain quarters as to '. . ., , ' . ., i the Christian character and motives of Christian men who stand out prominently ' in support of the Dow law, may find some and miectpd by the referee. Before at light on the subject by studying the char-1 tacking tlie final wing Jfann swallowed the acterandtl.e large and active Christian plaining portion of Waukesha . ate a .teni . , i. ,. , ., .. ,. of celery, half a slice of bread, and then work of Thomas SIcDougal, Esq.. the well- to,k ,,', winR m hi, nR. pulled it known author of the Dow law. He is not nlMrt, ami cleaned the meat carefully from only a member of the Walnut Hills Pres- j the tiny bones with his handsome teeth, but bvterian church, but a prominent and sue-! the ta.k was a difficult one. As he was cessful teacher of a large Bible class of "niggling " the filial act a man wearing ., .. ... , . , . a silk hat Piiterol th restaurant, proMtl young men lleeently (though he is by no h;, w ,m to lhs tfll((t , ,wnm(.nw, . means a rich man) he has proposed to the aortof spesh with the evident intention of rresbyter" of Cincinnati to give his check sickening the eater. He ref-rrr.1 to tho idea for SS.000, to be ii.cd in the support ot , that Mann should now lw able to go into two missionaries, one Euish and the other the diss,,-ting business, as he must by that tiennan, to preach the gospel in jMrts of ti.nel thoroughly ac,,uainte.l with joints ....... ... ... i and hones, muscles, etc. Dr. Mahoney got the city destitute of church privileges, on hot ,, onIeml the m.wromerh,0 condition that tlie I'r sbylcry named funilsh'Shut up," but it was hard to control the halls and Incidental exenses. The prorsv sition has been accepted, and one of the missionaries is already, at work. ' THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Congressman Cox is improving. i The fund for Mrs. Logan aggregates S.'SO, 000. Italy will mediate between Hulgaria and . Russia. Trains are stopped by the snow in Wis- ' consln. Twli gas meters exploded in Cincinnati Tuesday. f l". S. Slinlster IViidleton has started' from Berlin for home. Pinkeye has made its appearance among the horses in Pittsburg. Lord Colin Campbell has concluded not to reopen tlie divorce case. i Eugene Hale has been re-elected to the ' lnited States senate from Maine. Judge D.J Coiy.of iuuUav.O.. wa tvarl.st r.inli i.n.l I... ..!! ....,- ...,j .uju. uj n iiui. The master carpenters of Cincinnati will eflect a permanent organization. A number of Dr. Mctilynn's supporters have advised him to proceed to Koine. Seven persons have been arrested.chargi d with the murder of the Poe family in Ken- , tucky. I The Connecticut general assembly re- e'ecil General Havvley V. S. suiator, . Tuesday. Lord Hai court threatens to secede from I fie Cladstoniatis if concessions are not made t ) the Unionists. I Several exciting contests occurred in Ire Uml Tuexlay tittwtvii tenants anil hailitts ittenipinj; evictions. Hon. I'lill Kiimler wants Sht-niian for nr-silent. and after him lie is in favor of unit n en Fora' er. r'lttli annual contention I'nion Associa tion of Lumber Dealers is in se,io i at Siittisli Hite cathedral. Cincinnati. The National Burial Casket Manufac turers' association met in annual session at Hie lturnet house, Cincinnati. Tuesday. Arthur D. Earich, aged fifteen j ears, of Seneca county. Ohio, who was bitten hv a dniialxiut a jear aito, died of hydrophobia. (Sovenior-elut finentooli the oatli of office as Koveniorot New Jersey at mid-1 cmi"- l'""'"'-e' e letters written l.y the iiiKlit Moiulav, arel immitliately assumed "" iiwmlrs, obtained jmlsnient ami cl liia ibilies. 1 '"ted it. And he did right. R"V. J K. .-.... f.v.., i ,.i, 1, .... "i'"ll".v in OIolx-Democrat. Indiana legislature Tnesdaj for IT. S. sen- . ... ..-. .nn. 11 ,,, vuvt, ih.um: Ul iiir . ator. resullinf: Turpie HaiTison. ;i: Alien. 4. Ktforts are boinc nude to compromise the existing political troubles in the Indiana leRlslature and secure the election of a I. S. senator. Mrs. Emmons says she would not live with Mr. Emmons if he had ?.'0.noo in Hell telephone stock and she did not have a di ess to call her own. John L. Sullivan in his fight with Cardiff at Minneapolis is said to have broken his wrist In the first round. The fight was de clared a draw. A ball and a stallion fought thirty-five minutes In a stock car on the Atr-I,lne Rail road, the stallion finally killing- the bull by a Kick- Detween the eyes. QUAILS AD NWl'SKAM. MAN IN' BIRDS CHICAGO EATS THIRTY IN THIRTY DAYS. I Gastriiiimiiir IVat equaled "fnp at How Wtjrr nl Kiniiigli. Nalil to lie I'll III Kiual IVhsI. H.OOO Mas Willi. John C Muiin ate his thirtieth ipiail in thirty consecutive days the other evening, at ox-Alderman Jonas' restaurant, and hi liacker, fleorge It. Hark. wins $1,000 from Alderman Hillre'h. A little mer a month ao Alderman HiMreth offered to put up $1,000 as a wager that Matin could not eat thirtv quails mi thirtv davR. one each day. ' "'l""'1 " ' "' ""'eeii the hours of ti I consume his thirtieth. The. Iiclicf was strengthened tty the fact that Charley Mil- I ler, a nigged eater In-longing to tiie Jonas ' restaurant, had but a few days previously failed on his twenty-ninth attempt t tlie , ime fejit Henpe there was a la lire crowd t j kjxBtors at the place the lat evening when voiini Mann, aceoiuiianied by Dr ('. Mahoney, the referee in the i-ontest. entered and took his -at at one of the tables. AT IT AIS.VIX. Immediately as the hands of the clock pointed to ti. the thirtieth quail, which had Iieen excellently broiled and placed AAi,.iAiin.ill tn tttu laf IimIT iif tlm i t.iii V'lt IVUIUI ' ,, ' ill . - " ! -..- .-.-. i.-i 1 At this juncture Mann was just a little , nervous and looked up at the clix-k with wi-tful solicitude. Hut nine minutes of his ' time had expireil Sir. Jlahoiiev. who was j by his side, lianded ivcr a nip of i-ortVe which hal Ixsmi fumishnl him, and thi. i med to encourage Mann's lan-cu-hin aj ip"tit. Kut opj.ite him sat tosirj;,. c. i (.'lark, a most interesteL onlooker, who hail $1,001) on the six niouthfuls of quail that vt iiMoaineil to ! eotPii. The croud gntheml rlose about the tired eater, and for a moment li nptieareil to weaken. Charley I Miller, the defeated man in a similar match. remarked to a friend next to him that he would not at that moment !t a "V" either way "'He may pet through, and he may not,'" said ?liller. '"It is jut at that point that I failed " Hut vomit" Mann quaffed a trtioii of his glass of Waukesha and commenced on the muainder of the quail with a steady nerve. He used wilt and salted aratoi-a chqis. and vierj nnd silt, and butter fn-ely. takiiiK a mouthful of the quail at interval, in such n ' '" "" tu. could wanvly rea.Ii hi- l0'," """ lho 1-"1' "' '" "'"'I- which he consumed. wir. . , .,- . . " ' n. '. .. M,k ,,,ft The eater eve.1 it with considerable iisrrou.nes. All the meat uiui it would not have constitutisl halt an onlmary niouthful. but it wh a iirt of the agree ment thit all the Ivmes should lie stripped completely, and tlwt not a Jiarticle of meat should lw left on anv of them. To ai-com- I'""'1 ' '' 'f'1 "P-." We and fork and resort to hi fingers and teeth. All ,.niptv ,,,, was provided for th n, nich of which had to be deiited thereon intruder, for he was about three sheets in the wind. But Mann was not disturlieil. He gulped once or twice, but by the u.o of salt and celery quieted his stomach. As he tossed the last filler upon the bone plate. I)r Mahoney said: "Done: Sir. Clark wins the money," and rising, took the successful quail eater by the hand ami shook it heartily. Turning to the reporters lw said: "This is the first time tliat this feat has ever Iieen successfully 'rformed. Men have eaten thirty quails even in a shorter sace of time, but that is ttiit u ilift!f.ilt TtiA Intl.- nf iattiif .ii.i quaji a ,lav for. thirty cwe;utive davTs at a ta)Ki jlour eari, ,K v j, no y j()(, ' Ti,i ou-ig man has done it, and is the first who ever readied the end of the lat quail with victor, though many have attempted it." Young Mmm i a tine looking fellow of 1,out twenty-two, medium sized, rather fleshy, with a liandsome fan- and pleasant "'",r- He ha-" for -some time been en C31 '" "' restaunint i.iisiness m Uiuis- . .-ill.. n...l r;. u.l:u Tl... t..A- A:.. :.. .. ntw.nt . ,lU ,,.' HtM hu .hirt.vih .,u . ,... -i,!.,,. ,:.. ,! thirv e. ,m,K but cvmwl a great de-iro to leave ,ll(. nNtaurm,t mll after completing his work. It wus Mieveil that he would part with his winning siiiuht b-fore it was half an hour old. At all events he has had all the quail he desires for n lifetime. "If you find anv man hankering after quail," he ?'' " !'e bid the reporter good night, "please tell him that he may have my share from this out." Cliicago Herald. r-r .rr-,"-.- . He Mie.1 for IIU Sal.rj. ' never knew ot more than one preacher who Mted for hi salary, nnd he cot it. It vrn-i in Franklin county. The leadiii" men ni-ote him a lrtter Kuarnnteeiiijr that tho cliiirch couM and would jay him n Rood salarj- oho oftl" offhand lotter hi-h chuirho noteil for not jwninjj will wTite. He went and served them n whole jear nc O'itolly. nus-klv nnd Jul! intl v. In fact they wcie astonishisl t hi patience. Tlien he tIt.niniidiHl nil of hin salary that was due. Apiiti they were nstonhheil to meet a mnii wlio was not willing In takejut what the church had sen (it to give him voluntarily Hut he told thrill they hntl 'iitised lum to contract d-lt on tho Mrenjrth of the prom isis mad, hv tlwir official nieinlvrs, nnd UKW' """" "B" '" "" l"l- e went into I Gt-ntlle III ItAh. "I'tah is Retting theedge of a p-eat boom noir,"- said 11. V. Adams, of Salt l.nki' f itv "It has the finest climat in th woild and is the coming st'ct ion of tin ctiuntir It is filling lip vrith an enter) iriing class of pl ile Tii.s is epipec-ially tnie of Salt Lake and Ogden. Both ore building rapidly'' "Is it true thnt a Oentile uien-linnt atanils no show for business among the Mormons?" "I'osibly it may have Iieen vo in the past, but it is not so now. Any man nho liehave.s himself and attends to his own business can do well in either place. About one-fourth of the people In Salt Lake City are Gentiles, and in Ogdeti nearly one half." The Gentiles are mating an effort for the ascendency in ! Ogden. The place now has population of about 10,000, and this is iact rasing aU tba ! time. "Omaha Hsrald. ' JJTJACOBS OH, INFLAMMATORYRHEUMATISM TRIUMPHANTJTESTIMONY. In 3plt of Doctor My wife (profession ally known a Tattl Itoa) waf taken, while In Hartford.Conii., with neno Inflammatory rheumatism, and the dtctor said It would b lmnwl bis to move her for three weeks. I had given np all hopes but was persuaded to tryM Jacob Oil. Shebetcan tolmpntre, and wat noon able to walk. The doctors said It would only lat a vhort time, but h9 played that ntzht and did finer than at any tlmt during the eaon. KOUEICT L-SCOTT. Threw A war If It Cane. R Fifth Arenue, Chicago, III. I liave suffered for Are year with In flammatory rheumatism, flare been to Hot Sprinsrs. Ark and Muunt Clemens Sprinea, Mleluand failed to effect arure. 1 Unall.iy tried St Jacob Oil and hT thrown away my rane which I had Ieen iisiiiiK for three yean. I can now walk as well as erer JOHN SIIEITEUD. Ilf-lple mm n Child. W N Strieker M., naltlmore, Md. Kitr the mt four year I hare lxen afflicted with inflammaturT rheumatism, whirh rendered me a helpfe- A a child, (einc unable to mote without atdtt anr- Xothlnjr the doctor nmld ! fsmnl to affonl any relief, and Anally I tried M Jaob Oil. It 1 mine Mat el y reintupit nil "wrene- and Inflammation. 11 W LAXDItAM. IIU !! lik tvin l'iisvhlnn. ijiinlrtTille. N J. 1 had a nevere attai k f inflammatory rlieutnHtistmlti b-ttb feet and ankle. which mllel up like two cushion, and finally wa confined to the houe. not l-elnir able t tftkp a tep I wat In ntter despair I tried St JacidistOH, ami Ik-fore I had u-ted hilt a Itoltle, the -swelllnc-i and palni had entirely ditapjieare)!, and I could walk witheane Jos J SOI KKItS TIIFrilMM.FA V(N.bLKi:ca,1talltmore.Ud. P STAR cough CURE Fltl'K riiosi OM tTKS AMI r)s. ImrI' O K Cts. FROMPT.M J " .t ni m i.r. si, riS&t.Tlt.. Til 11 II I HI ts .iM.H.lUMI.Itllim!r..51J. MANUFACTURE OF BOGUS WINES. ! 'Import.!" ItnimN Ih,Ih In n Nrw Yurk It.i-trinfiillti-tlllMtltin tif KaUItift. TIiro nr -iral oM Frenchmen in New Vol I. xv hne iuflle nlmot imttonal repu-'..ittion-. a im iletileis anl eTiserts. They 'wve alMMit rtMinl fnun business, but, -vith he pnweiliinl thrift nf their lmtion, they .till find tune to tend to their shops a few hours t uly. Some of them have la nee restaurants in eonm-rtion nth their wholc n1nnd retail wiuo trade, and favoinl cil totners are often jjiven an opportunity to ssmnrk their Uts over Mime rare old wn. who i- lalwl i-. Ut ihit IRnmil to U Iej;i- Vie, and n- thv hold the nine to the Iijrht t thi lieeome eiitbni;i-.tir over its eolor. flavor, and Hiuiwet, and prolmhly onler i L several dozen tttlt" of it sent to thHr 1 honie. j Now tin nine may lie old and it may Ik j new. It may have n imiorteil from i Franer. or iehautv it was in"vl out ou ' the Minti Italian lull: hut it i more than , (irolmble that the old Fn'iiehmaii, unUvt he knous that hi- rWnmer has a trained and j delie:ite filiate, ha- given hint some wind that i- but the jvirtial prixlurt of the ine, i and w;e; xneo.'tfd under tin skilled eye of ' mon-xjeur in the Mih-huM-nient f the very e-.trtl.li-.lmi'iit nlien it is drunk. Why vhould one find fault It i surely more com plimentary in a h4 to give one the result of hN imn bilxir than to furnish one with that of another If it i a real wino there w exaoth one rhanee in 10.INM) tlmt it is what the laltel n'pre--ents it to lie. It may le the outiome of a judicious mixture of several indilTrn'iit vniieties blendetl into a lutnno niotis whole, or it may lie an American wine sailing under fnl-e loi. Human ingenuity has never yet lvn able to make wine without Mnie snui 11 it'eut ago of ah-ohol, mi this element remains as a 1-hm for the worst of pnxluctjoiis. As a rule the manufactured wines are nnVierf eitherasl'ahfoniia wines, orasvinonliuaire, or sour elaivt. Th' are the dMiatioa of raisins colored nith Iogwonl. The rnisin are places 1 in a at tilled with water at a temjK'rature of HO degre-s, there tieing fifty five gallons of water toever hundrtilweight of raisins. Some sugar is often thrown in tohasvttu feru'i'iitatioii, winch usually lasts eight or ten days, at the end of which time the liouid i drawn ofl" and wine is made. It is of course U and it is dc'tored with some high colored Spanish wine, which is cheap, and then a solution of logwood is added. Thes wines io not, at the most, contain more than 10 percent, of alcohol, and having but little tannin they will not keep long. When wine is thus produced it will not cost much. Raisins an not expen sive, and a inoldv article answers as well as one that i fresh. A noted Fivnch chem ist has declared that the raisin wine, if not ilrugge-I, is vastly more U-uutiful than many of the mixtures, most of them dele terious will for genuine wine. This may give wine drinkers a sjmrk of encourage ment, for there U no way of accounting for the consumption of the enormous raisin pro ducts of Italy. Turkey. Sj-ain and Greece, unless one admits that they are used to take the place of grapes. New York Commer cial Advertiser KsstMitlttN tf ln.x Tighter. In answer to the (pieston: "What are tho essentials of a thoroughly good fighter" Sullivan said: "Pluck, skill, endurance and a good head on his shoulders. I tell you, sir, a man tights with his head almost as much as hu does with his list. He must knor where to send his blows sotbey may do the most good. He must economize his strength and not score a hit just for the sake of scoring it." "What portion of jour antagonist's body do you aim at w lien you are in the ringf" "I endeavor." said .Sullivan, "to hit my man almve the heart, or under the chin, or behind the ear. A man wears out pretty soon if one can keep hammering away in tho region of the heart; n blow under the chin or behind the ear will knock out a mail quicker than n hundred blows on the cheek or any other rtion of tho face. Xow, the Marine has a scarou his left cheek which he received in his tight with Dempsey, and which he will carry to his grave, lie told me that Dempsey kept hammering away at that spot. If Deuipsey were a long-headed fighter he would uot have wasted his time and strength in gettting in there. That fact alone proves to me that he is deficient in generalship." "Yon can tell pretty well when your man is giving in" "Certainly I can," said the pugilist. "I w-atch his eyes and Kknow at once when tho punishment is lieginning to tell on him. Ami, when I talk to a man Iiefore I stand up before him nt nil, I enn make up my mind whether he is a fighter or not. There is more intelligence required 'n this business than outsiders give us credit for." Sacramento (Cal.l Il-e. "HACKMKrAC." ajlasting and fragrant perfume. Price i."i and 50 cents. For sale by F. A. Oarwood. OH! MY BACK Ktcrj .trala er cold attarks that wrak bark LT-ry ktrilB er rol aid atari, BRM5, aaa arsrij prMiratts joa. THE BESTTQNIC Klrenglhena lbs Moaclea. bteadlea the Merrra, F.nrlckea the Blood. Calves Kcw Tli.r. DK J. U Mtxbs Falrf.ld. Iowa, aan: " Brown1! lrm Btttera ia tb. best Iron madicin. 1 hav. known in m7M;Mnpractlc. I hare found it apeclaUy baneflclal in usrous cw poraial axtlanatioa. and in all debllitatinc ailmrnta tlut bear an boaril on tu. ajal.m. Us. It froeij In m7 own famflj." Ma. W, F Baovx U7 Main St, Cornvtoo K aaja: I waa oompletalj brokon down in caaltb and truablod with Dalna in mj back. Brown'a Irua Bittars .aUcvlr nstorad m. to balta.n Orapfaa has aboao Trad. Mark and crnaaad rod Una onwrappar. Talta no other, jladaoshrbr BatOW CllTJlICALCO, BALlUIOBCXSw a 1 iUI ! i 13 1 ' iflna I THIS ROOFING is the perfected form of portable Roofing, manufac tured bjr us for tho past twenty-seven years, and 13 now in use upon roofs of Factories, Foundries), Warehouses, Cotton Gins, Chemical Works, Rail road Bridges, Cars, Steamboat Decks, etc., in all parts of the world. It is supplied ready for use in rolls containing 200 square feet, and weighs with Asbestos Roof Coatings to finish, only nbout 85 pounds to 100 square feet It is adapted for all climates and can bo readily applied by unskilled workmen. Samples and Descriptive Price List free by mail. H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, .OLB MAKGPACTVBEb Off M. W. Johns' Asbestos Fire and Water Prool Sheathing. Building Felt, Sltam Packings, Boiler Coverings, Liquid Paints, Roof Paints, Root Cement. 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IA W Vain Retldence 192 Mr. II tin st. PATTERN-MAKER. WT. PABKIE, nmuiiiii, 38 W. Washington street. Models earefcllr made andpstterai properli gated In all metals. B30K BINDERS. JOHNSON OOlUl'E, Lauiu or tii s. l. bassitt A soj's soos tlSDk'ST, 17 West Columbia, street. General Book Binders and Blank Book Mana fscturer. MACHINISTS. I K.TURNBULL, IX aiCMIIIST, 1M5 OSSIUL JOS TOSC DOSS. 17 N. Center (t. T J. HICKKT, Li Practical Machlnlitsnd OeneralJobdbop, 66andfi K. Washington st. J. LEUTYS SONS Palace Meat Market Handsomest and best equipped Dally Meat Market in the State, llest Heel. Mutton. Veal. Lamb and Salt eats to be had anywhere. Custom once gained alwajs retained. 8 AXI) 10 SOUTH 3IAHKET ST. , National Bank! BOSTON, MASS. cii'frti stntri.ru $tlM,1IOO JWI.UIM Accouuts of flanks. Hankers and Corpora tlons solicited. Our facilities far COM.KCTION'Sare excel lent, and we re-dlscoiutt for Banks when bal ances warrant It. 1 Bostentsa Keserve City, and balances with , us from Hanks (not located In other Iteserve Cities) count as a resen e. I We draw our own Kxchange on London and ' the Continent, and make Cable transfers and place money by telegraph thruuehout the I'nl , ted States and fanadv I Uovernment Bonds bought and sold, and Ex chauKesin Washington made for Banks with out extra charre. We have a market for prime first-class In vestmentSecuritles.and invite proposals from States. Counties and Cities when Issuing bonds. We do a general Banking business, and In vite correspondence. ASA F. POTTER, I'retlrtent. JOS). W. 1TOBK, Cashier. limestone st CAREY & CO., all kinds of Soft Coal have the privilege of having scales at our expense. s- FARTHEST NORTH! . Three Years of Arctic Service. Bjr A. TV. GREELT, XJcnt. 17. S. Army. Cam'g Irfidr rraaklln Bar Eip.dltlon or 1SS1-4. 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