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THC HKEKLT RKPOBMC 1s puMlshei TrrjTtiuisiday.and ti one ol the moitcom plte family newspaper In the country eleht pairs, markets complete. Repii-I-with or and miscellany, il per Tear. Invariably cash tn dvnce. All eominnnlc'tl.mi and eontrlbutlons ahnald be addreswl to Oujtot M Nichoi-s. editor, and all business letters to Thomas U Droit, manaeer. REPUBLIC BOILl'ING, SPRINOFJELD, OHIO. Tplrprmtn- No. 250. THURStlSY MORMNG. FEBRUARY 24. 1887 There I- dynamite under the throne of botiilleism. President Cleveland uiaj no be know n as thereto tiend. AmericaS best coa-t defends will be irou-clads and blc pun of Ion? range. Henry Wan! Beeclier says lie still be lieves in the old doctrine of future punish ment. It must be conceded that the mugwumps have some Influence. Their support of the democratic ticket in Philadelphia swelled the republican majority to extra ordmarj proportions. Certain democrats are prattiinR sweetly about Clev eland and Carlisle. Republicans would be glad to have such a target pre sented to them. They would till it so full of holes as to utterl destroy its identity. It has been discovered that the Introduc tion of 10 or 15 per cent, of manganese in steel pH es Its great hardness and tenacity and makes it non-maenetic Mancanee ore is found in large iuantities in the cojntyof WicUovr, Ireland. Miss Fannie Howe, daughttr of Mr. llenrv Howe, fonnerlj of this city, recentlj married Mr. Edward Sheehan, mentioned in a, Timo-Sinr special from Xe Haen. as an "unprepossesinc mechanic,' and there is much excitement oer the affair. The bridegroom complain that his father in-law kicked him out of the house. The parties are not now living together. The Minnesota fctate house at it- Paul is crumbling and falling in piece and Min neapolis is now offering big mone and making a great effort to have a new State house built within its corjioration ljmlts. Tlie proper thing to do is to put the new capitol half way between the two cities. It would, in that iiosition, mke the twain oue and one of the linest and most pre- gressi e cities in the world. Mr. Joseph Leon Gobeille, who has been selected to supervise the department tf in dustrial design, modeling and wood-caning in the Western Iteserve School of Design for Women, recently addressed to teach ers, professional men and students, a circular in whicli he contended that the pursuing of a course In designing and wood-carting would be of incalculable value to those whoe nerves are on a per petual strain in one direction. o doubt other sorts of phjsical exercise of a kind adapted to the condition of the Individual, would be equally useful. The w lelding of an ae v igorously, at re Iteated intervals, affords the sort of relief under discussion to Mr. Gladstone, while Hon. Samuel Shellabarger. one of the mot intellectual men in America, rests his brain by Miov ing a plane in the basement of hi residence. Other men who do headwork hnd help In splitting wood, others in walk ing. Tne suggestions in the following para graph, from Mr. Gobeille's circular, appl equall well to public schoolchildren as to professional men and students in any de partment of brain work: Yeurworfcls entirely mental. Because you do no manual labor other than thai w Inch is done with the pen. the seusitii e nen es are drained to their elastic limit, while the motive nenes are quiescent and idle. As a result j ou are getting each ear more weary ot jour environment and more easily affected by the petty annoyances of life. In a short time you will hnd vourself drifting into cj nical and pessimistic lines of thought and begin to be miserable. Per haps further ou voti will make those about j ou less happy. There is a cause for all this a simple reason. If is the unequal distribution of strain upon the nerv ecenter-: impressions are invited and iminediatelv transmitted, while that part of the cerebral hemisphere representing move ments is idle and neglected. This in face of the fact that only one sense viz.. that of touch is positive, outreaching and act ive, and the highest perlection of that sense is in the hand, which, being endowed with the sixth or muscular sen-e, plucks the sweet sinelliii; flower for the pleasure of the nostrils or gathers the spicy berrj to gratif the taste; the delight of the ev e is in handiwork, anil the ear is ra ished bv the touch of the lingers across the harp strings. All but touch are passive senses: the hand ministers to them, the blind see with their lingers and the dumb talk. If, then, man ual training is neglected the senses suffer, the mind essence is soured, the world, jour world, is blighted. Some school children get much physical exercise on the pUj ground, but many get none. What is needed is that tliqejeaud the hand may be trained in connection with thetnind, so that the outline acquired shall be symmetrical. At the same time, w lule the hand Is at work the muscles are exer cised and the strength of the phj sical frame is maintained. Tins general matter is of much more Importance than the issue as to whether Tom, Dick or Harry shall be tieciea to tne scnooi noani, i H S. Mr. George W. Cable, the genial novelist j and lecturer, is promoting the and I formation of what he calls "Home Culture Clubs." They are designed to have about six members each and to represent about half that number of homes Meetings ( may lie held vveeklj, "from house to l house," and public entertainments given at I stated periods. A person who lias theca paciti to Inspire should le chosen for the leader of the club. Nx clubs after this style alreadj elst in Northampton. Mass., where Mr. Cable lives. In no quarter are "culture clubs" more needed than in social circles. Tliej could he made er productive of en tertaiument of a very high and satisfactory sort, and they would greatly stimulate the miud, and, as a matter of course, promote intelligence very effective'. Mr. Cable is only supplementing the Chautauqua and Teacher's Circle work, and doing his part tow ard ojieuing av emits, for broader pop ular culture. I The Xew York Sun. of a recent dale. I makes this significant utterance ' The removal of the Hamden Watch com pany from Springheld. Mass., to Canton. O . should be studied attentively bv ail members ol the commercial world, capital ists and laborers. This business of making atches. w Inch has for some v ears flour ished in Springfield and contributed largely to the prosperity of that tow n. Is to be taken bodily out to Ohio, and the .0d employes of the manufacturers are invited by the company to go along. Whether they go or not. it is certain that there must be 500 ad ditional cltitens of Canton In order to do the watch company's work. The reason, of course, is tint the coni Iny can do its work cheaper in the west than in Massachusetts. Capital is just like labor. Worklngmen go w here they can get the most money for their work, and capilal goes where it can cet the most work for its money. While capital frequently drives off lalor by its exactions, it sometimes happens that labor drives olf capital The carsot a Xew England railroad have been comfortably heated by steam for a number of years. What has been done in frigid New England can lie done elsewhere. Vow it is stated that Chaiineev M Depew is about to make an "eeriment" in thi direction on the New York Central. It oacht not to be undertaken as ait experi ment, but to be considered as a demon strated fact and the New England patent bou -lit. Therein lies the milk of the co-1 coanut. I The Dutch have taken Holland, but whether Bismarck has captured Gem ny is not a et quite certain. i A Protest front .lutlce Oonile icnlnst the Chsnefnt Slrefl mim. ' To the Fditor of the R'publlc 1 have failed to see or hiarany suggp gestion of substantial beuetit to be ganfed , by the scheme to change the already estal ltshed names of our 'streets, either to the g neral public or the individual citizen, un less It might afford a job to somebody to lie paid out of the city treasury, or by the citi zens in the funtfshing nnd placing new names l street corners and new numliers at our homes and places of business. The objections to the promised change are obv ious and many. I name but oue or two. The streets as named, ami by these names have been established by legal au thority many of them for so long a jieriod as to become historical. Thev include names of local Mgnljicance, as well as those of pioneers and distinguished citizens, and thereby appeal to our local pride and pa triotism, and for that reason alone should not be wantonly disturbed. That restless spirit of change, which carries with it no substantial benelit, should not be encour aged But there is another anil more important reason for objection. These established names have become the monuments and muniment of title. Scarcelv a deed of com ey ance to any lot or parrel of ground tn tne city but Is bounded tiy orJ refers to some one or more of the streets bv the name so established, and many are de scribed or referred to by the number of the house as heretofore lived bv ordinance. All the plats of the city and of the v anoii'j ad ditions thereto make these names matteps of public record. And every map to which we refer is based on tlds state of th'iigs. Make the proposed change and things now certain and understood !eeome uneer-M tain and unsettled, and a state of confusion would ensue that would cause the aid of lawyers and courts, and the expenditure of costs that ought to be avoided. The present names and system are well enough, and are well understood, and the change, so far as the writer can see. will not be of benefit to the public, or add one dollar to the public revenue. .1 vmi s S Gooiih. After the 1'olirr Mill. To the Kdltor ol the Kepubllc I have been at Mime trouble to examine into the provisions of the police bill, the merits of which our people will shortly lie called ujxin to sit in judgment. As you suggested, editorially, yesterday, all good citizens are in favor of reform in our city affairs, and w hen any measure of real merit is presented it will receive the hearty aiv proval of a large majority of our eopIe. This bill, however, does not eem to meet the case. Indeed, it does not seem to be a question of reform, but simply a question of how many otlices can be created to feed the hungry office-seekers It will be noticed that not a single ollu-e is abolished, but three or four new ones created. We are to have a mayor, as now. who is to be paid a salan tixed bv council; a marshal, unless the oflice is aliolislied hy council, which Is not likely, a police judge, a pr i-ecuting attorney and a tiohce court clerk, and one or more assistants and hangers-on, all of w horn are to be paid good, round salaries, nxed by council. And what are all these for Simp'y to do the business that requires the mayor alone now only two hours a dav to perforin Certainly tins is doubtful economy. If the disired reform was accomplished by this complicated machinery there would be less ground for objection, but tht re's the rub The oflices are only piled up. all with sal aries attached, for the people to pav Wo all want reform, but want that reform to be genuine ami not subterfuge. Our people s "ild go slow In ad tptlng such question able reform measures. A i v Card From Mrs. II tine. Si'BIM.fifmi, Feb. 17, ls7. ' To the Editor of the Republic Deaie Sin As you were kind enough to give extended notice in your paier of Sat urday evening to the address made by me on Thursday, the 17th, at Teiiipeiance Hall, will you be kind enough also to allow me to correct one little error which. Inad vertently, no doubt, crept into your report. I did not say. as rejiorted, that "the meetings held on Sundays, as well as week days were in the Interest of prohibi tion.' On the contrary, being a radical, 1 was taking our prohibition brethren to task because they did not, like Paul, declare the whole gospel" of temperance at the gospel meetings. As I honestly believe Uiat more mhiIs would be saved under pro hibitory laws than any other, I never hnd it !KssibIe to make any division between my religion and politics My address was not what it was by authority of the W C. T. L. or the prohibition party. I ,oke simply what 1 ixiieved, and I am Mirry you did not hear me, for if you wire quite in earnest tn all the nice things you said about me. I am sure 1 should hive had at least one friendly appreci itive republican listener I to my I'1k.t, which said nothing unkind about republicans. Very sinctrely yours M. W. IUixks. ot OppiKetl to th Kepe.il. brnixfinn n. Feb. Jl. Ibs7. To the Kdltor of the Republic Mi: I wish, through the columns of your paper, to deny the statements made aranist me, viz.: lhe using the accusations alleged i in the preamble of the petition sent to the Ohio legislature against the reeal of the "black laws." I s1mi affirm that I know , nothing of it, and will face anyone making the accusations. Wm l.Mtmn. t THt HEARTS AHnHMETlO. ThoUeli lile the sacred lights nl May oh-iiK t 'u pi t' jrolJon uuaen Ou littit hour of Ki-iple love Outn ihsiimUl n years of fame. Heoo VV Austin la .Southtrn Bivouao. Tin: urcKSKix marl It was VI midnight, when Private O'Hourke went olT Mntiy duly ami lr rowed chew of tobacco from his relief, Private l'cnton riiin'M some dlvil's work afut th night lohn." he rein irked, positively, n lie grounded his gun and began to strir off his white cotton gloves He looked over the prairie to a jwlnt where, the moonlight liecaino silver niNt, and shook his head ot the ylpmg chorus vvhuh came from beyond the limit of his vision Thenirvvns so dry uud the night other wise so still that the sounds might liavc traveled n mile or mere It-fore the xibra tions fell upon thetympunuiiisut the gate of the fort. M.iuny 6 the night I've heard the La yow tee's howl, but niver n wance have I heanl 1 him slug so fortissimo and all to gitlier its they have sun the last hour or more They've got some live thing down ami are stripping t Is ltnies At 1 et xvtir wan here, and wan In the sage brush, nnd wan 'way down l-i the canyon. t C thev seemed togtl thicker and closer to gither, ami louder, like hounds on n trail Thin, all nt wnnce, I heard a scream et vvur. a harsc, I lay my hat et w uz n liarse thnt sere metl and from Hint imnuU they've lieen howling like banshees Goi pltv the Kaste they've killed, and ct's sorra a taste will It- left of him in the iinrnln but lioncs, and it's hail Inck U the Ki yovv tee that comes in rache of mj gun, when I'm on duty or off I'll give Five hem a sing, sine ns my name's O'Konrke I II give him slug " ' Oil come ofT, Phellm, nnd let the coy otes alone It's no funeral of ours if they have killed n horse." "Av ! Hut that makes me rcmimber. Ef the n'lM? rouses Miss Bessie Go3 bless her for the w atist div U that iv er w ore silk cf the n'iM- rouses hir, nnd she gets up and goes off with her hounds ou a chase after thlm, don't let her set a fut outside the stockade the night Et'k the meejnr's orders " "All right But it's little she cares for her father's orders If she wants to go, and I refuse the gate, she'll bo over the Rtockade at the other end of the fort in side of five minutes." "Ay' She's wild, she is Hint But Ivery inch the leddy. D'ye, mind her In step And her heart" 1 he subject w as too large for O'Rourke's limited vocabulary, and lu sheer disability to do it justice he shouldered his guu and stepped away to his larnick. It was out of the fullness of ins mind that the mouth refused to sjicak. The ev ideuccs of the jnrl's tenderness of heart were so many that it was hard to select a single ono from the cmlwirrassuient of riches. But it was not he-r human kindliness, nor her beauty of face, nor yet her .luno like carnage, that came dangerously ne-ar to setting her ujhhi the pmnaclo lt-sidc O'Hourke's other god and making him fall dow n and w orship her. Itwoswli.it lio called her "div ilishness" that made the major's daughter Bessie his goddess. Along with her first teeth, she took on the name of to7nloy, and now in her 19tli year she was a tomboy still, without fear of man or beast, and happiest w hen alone on the prairie with tier hoise and her two greyhounds She ft It cribbed, cabined and confined within the four walls of a room, and when the spirit moved her, by night or by day, she whistled to her hounds and was oil for a run or a ride. Tho spirit had inov ed her to-night But instead of whistling for the do.rs or calling to tho groom to saddle her horse, she stepped stealthily to the stables, keeping in the strong shadow cast hy the moon as far as possible. She wore a visorless cloth cap bound securely to her hea 1; her gown reached no lower than her aukli-s, nnd when she took an upward step to reach a saddle hanging from a peg her boot showed that it was of brown leather buttoned to the knee. Ttie saddle was one of those double girthed horn iom mclc-1 ranchman's heavy weights fitted with a rawhide lariat which when once in place, stick to the horse like another cu' cle, and by their shape help the ruler to cling closer than n brother Both the p rl heels w ere spurred the teeth on the ' ow Is of half inch, razor edged steel and the bit she selected was a curb with Lire lev erage A big buckskin mare, which was teth ered in the open, not far from the saddle jieg. threw her ears forward and curled her lips away from her teeth like a snarl Ing bulldog w hen the girl cauie tow aril her dragging the jingling harness She hail the detp barrel, long legs, vvido reach, short jiastcrns and perfect hoofs of the racer;, but her ewe luck spoiled her as a beauty , nnd the quick switching of her til and v icious gleam m her eyes would l.ave told the exjicrhnced hor- email at once that her temper was treacherous. When the girl passed lefore her, within reach aMiir teeth, he.- cars w ent bark, her mouth opened ami her head shot forward with that savage lunge peculiar to biting horses. But the vicious head only en countered a shawl, which dexterously blinded the beast's eyes and was firmly knotte-d behind nnd under the tips of the still dropping ears. The mare stood still. Only alight trembling, from her ycjlow withers to her y cllovv pasterns, told of tho rage vv hid. the blind had dammed up "Poor old Buckskin: ' said the girl, soothingly, as sho patted the ewe neck, "are they going to saddle you and ride you when you don't want to be, saddled and ridden'" Then she whistledthe bugle call, "Boots and Saddlel while she threw on the har ness nnd drew Ixjth girths up till the buckle tongues fitted in the last holes. "My ! But wouldn't father be angry if he saw me' He says that no man in the fort can ride Buckskiu bccaiiMj she is so vicious and the idea of having her shot to morrow I I shall tako her a long, long run to-night and show her that the mare who can work, and won't work, must be made to work and then to-morrow she'll be gentle as an antelope kid." A coyote trotted to tho top of a little ridge a couple of furlongs from the stock ade, when it lifted its head toward the moon nnd gav u out a long drawn, mourn ful cry. '"to, we are coming, my friend." The tether roio had been cast oil now , and the girl was astride the mare. "We a j coni-111-; possibly to find ourselves at dinner where wo cannot cat." lliero was a tense look about themuscles of hcrmouth, and a gravity In her eyes which showed that she appreciated the danger of the ride Ix-fore her Sho looked across the barrack yard to the fence, and tlienceover the prairies to the ndge where tho coyote stood out in relief against tho background of silver moonlight. 1 hen her lingers moved in the knotted ends of the shivv, und the next moment t'ic shav-1 f il away. The mire's eye were o leiied Ik fore she 1l.i1 fully gauice conscousiiess tho steel iowel stung he sides, and instinctively she went nvvaj forward like n frightened tleer. Herskilf fill ilicr, with bit and sj.ms, lifted he! over Mie six foot stockade, diid then tht struggle It-gan The coyote's howl chan.ed to a yelp and with, it tail between Its legs it" rat fixrni the sieht of tho plunging, rearm; and k.cking wild It-ast, which, struggle it never so bn.vt.ly, could liot dislodge it' rsder After the first few mements the aniou' look ou the girl's face gav e w av to a smile che knew the brute s temper well enough to know that vv he-ii it found it could not tin tat its burden it would sot off on i in id gallop across tho prairie, and aftei that victo-y was only a matter of time skillful guidance alone lwmg needed tc keep the mare out of tho rav ines and the marmot villages Buf the race Is not always to the swift, nor the bittle to the stroi-g, for lime aud chance hapjiciietli to tl.em nil j When the gallop came the loose end of the lanat alhxed to tho i-ommtl of the saddle fill to the grass, and as tho mare streamed over thepraincat n headlong gait the lariat gradually unwound, until its entire length was trailing Tho trail ing end caught on the trunk of a sagj bush, and whin the mare's impetuous plunge tore the bush from its roots, tte shetk -tnt the lariat thing from the Eround inri uhipissi it twice around lie, upright b.lv of the girl, bv a horriblsl fatality binding her hands cltv-e to her breast und her w holo body to tho saddle. So fir ns guidance was concerned, the buckskin mare vyas practically w ithout a rider. The girl tried to rise, so ns to loosen the embrace of the conl, but she was bound down She put nil l.er strength into her arms and strovo to tear her hands away For the !irt time in her life she appre tinted the tragedy in the lives eff the help less A covoto pot up from a clnmp of wild rosi and Insn-jtd of making of across the prairie, strut k up n courso panllel with that of the nure Then the girl It-nt over, nnd with her little teeth they were like grains of nee It-gan to gnaw the dried nnd weather toughened rawhide Her facowas white now. lit r heart choked her, her helpless ness imdt her afraid Another coyote slipped out of the mist on the other side of the wnlilly galloping mare, nnd apparently without effort kept up with her There was a sudden scam pering in the prairie dog villigo nhi-ad, and dozens of the plump little it-asts Iopitsl head fort most into their holes Then the inare's held suddenly went down There came n muffled snap, like the breaking of a will snsoned hickory wand. The mares front teeth ground into the earth nnd turning upon them as um a pivot lit r lutiv fell forward nnd sidevviM- Hi r nght fore leg had gone to to the knee In a marmot's hole and leen broken like grass The saddle vv ith Its burden, was under her, it was rrushed, twisted and stained, nnd the stains scarlet in the moonlight were gradually grow Ing larger Further than the regularly recurrent rise nnd fall of the m ire's yellow sides there was no motion in the recumbent heap One or two adventurous prairio dogs put out their head anil snuffed the the nir forn moment, ready nt the slightest motion to tumble back Into their city of refuge, but titm finding that no move ment came from the object of their fear, they grew bolder, and soon the w hole vil lage was scampering about as before. They had no fear of the coyotes, which seemed to lie mustering from ev cry point of the compass Was it a sixth sense which told the wolves that there was gftne afoot, or did their fine nostrils catch fie distant scent from the marc's wounded "eg nnd tho slowly growing stains about thu saddle As they drew near to the euarry their long drawn howls were changed to shrieks, their cries liecame louder, like tlio-o ot hounds on n trail, and shell the retking trail ended at the pros trate bodies, they shortened into barks and sav age snarhngs At first the brutes skulked among the bushes and grass, but a the hours grew older they gradually closed in upon the victims until one, more adventurous than the rest, m tile two sudden leaps forward, and with his yellow- teeth tore the maro's Hank She lifted her head. It was then that O'Hourke l.tanl the scream, which he was ready to lav his hat w us tho scream of a horse. The mare never screamed again. Before morning the pi tine dog village was only cum W rod with a few shreds and pitches of leather a buckle or two and a steel spur The bones all hail been dragged away to begnav.c-d in the pri vacy of the ravines Henry New port In Detroit 1'ree Press ENGLISH PENNY-A-LINERS. How Tli. j the Out . Miserable i:tlt enre In liuiluu. Although this is the best season of tho eir for t! j-euiiy a liner 1 met one of he craft the other day, whom I had known uiulir happier circunistantes, on 'hi verge of starvation anil from what he tola me of the profession I take it that 'lienny a lining" is not reallv so profit able n business in IiOudou, auyhfiAc-as, pcx-sv Piiinv a hning is one of those profes sion, t'ic cmlurkaliou upon which lits I not involve the iMfiitliture of any very 1 irge amount of c pital a'l that is needed for a start Iting a certain number of ' llim-its" mid tiluks," with, uvulrrnite ill it and an agtte stylo nned with these . n rbibtv to write more cr le-s legibly, and a smattering ot the queen's 1'iiuKsli tvn-y little of the latter being re qtiiredi, tho tmbryo liner miv set forth in qnes-t of worlds I liad almost said words to conquer Ho must not lie ills apirantcl at discovering many in the field It fore him nor at his carliir attempts finding their vv ly into the sub-editors' vv p li v. lath niimijllv receives so many nihs ni what tht author regarded as most interesting copv ' Ignition is l't erallv overrun with these free lances of the press 'who are. to a large extent, re spousible lor the gray hairs and pretna turc decay of assistant editor All is fish which comes to the lour net and there are few public events which to vary the Metaphor ilo not brin grist to his null Fatal accidents, sensational siutides, hor rible murders, sKttlies by prominent men, hies, or tas he invanably calls them) couilagr.itions ull are material fur the stylo and the "Ilim " Great is the liner where inquests nre coiiicrned In most cw-s he fo lows one pirticukir corontr anil listens to c.iseuftcr case for week after week, in the full und certiui conviction that sooner or later he will get the temporary monopoly of some thing verv" startling or horrible London is too big it city for the regular staff of any paper to properly covtrnnd all the journals of the nit tnqioU nre more or less dependent upon the penny n liner vv ho occasui.ially slumef ulb' imioses upon the sub-editor when news is scirco and money scarcer ljnersm.iv 1 divided l.ito two classes Kirst.thosewho.ireregulirly engaged upon the stall of a small suburban paper.nnd who eke out the miserable stipend which 'ocal Ixnidon proprietors regard as sufficient by "llimming ' anything of ufiitie-nt import ance for the big dail'cs which they may happen to come across n their own t'is tnct These m ly lie rejinletl ns the more respectable half of tho profession The somevi hat shadier portion is comi-oseil o' out-at elbow s gentlemen, broken dovvf hacks, men dismissed for dninkenncsl from the higher walks of journ llism, etc men to whom the non insertion of S. "par." means absolute starvation, and It is small wor.dtr that sub-editors are now and then - had " A p irty of four or five liners gather together in a bar parlor, and report their own vaponngs over their pipes and wh.sky as "an important politi cal gathering," and quite recently the dead Ixxly of a man was several times found hanging in one of our parks, which corjise- vv as ncv er discov ered by the park rangers or jiolice Sunday iaiers go in largely for inquests, nnd it would not do for too close an inquiry to lie noitlo into some of the particulars re portc-d as having taken place "yesterday " while the man ncr in which liners try to "run" one an other nftt r something of the kind is not a little div ertin The rule of most papers is, first come lirst serv ed, but some subs havethe.r favorites., who nre the envy of the.rless fortunate brethren Cor. Phila delphia Telegraph. Ait I.li i-llf ill .rtuiilty. l'l'-asant anil prolitnhle t-inplovment surelj awaits a vwktavvake ale-sinaii who will supplj the dt-iaaiiil, in this vicimt). for the New llevtrsiblt- .Map of the. I'liiteil Mates and Canada ami 1'ictorial ilap of the World, lis", issued bj the renowned limp piiclishi-rs. Hand, .Mi-.N.iIlj A Co., 14S-1M Monroe street, Clncaito. A l!il road and Count in ip of thu I'nited St.iti-.-i and Canada, with thu K'fater portion of the Itepublie of Mexico: a tme representa tion of IiartholdiS "I.ilierty KiiliKliteniiifC tl e World." and the divisionsof 'blandard railwav time." are shown on the face of the niav. On the pictorial side are sep irate colnnil maps tit the World, Knrope, Asia, North America, honth America and Mexico. Also select enravins, diagrams and statis tit al tables. . Ten million dollars of the Three-per-cents have bc-en tailed, the call matiiritie April 1. c veevso. SJSaS. Is tvarranttNl, is because it is the best Blood l'rejwiratioii known. It will potsi- ' tiveljcure all Blood Diseases, purifies tho whole system, and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Ke hi ember, v e guarantee it. I Frank 11. Cobl.-ntz, conuT Market and ' liltih trtMt--. I CRUSH Browns, Blues, Tans, Nutrias, Pearls and all the New Shades. Just step in and see our latest in Terrys' London Hats. SULLIVAN, THE HATTER rj.G-OlSriD. .HOTTSE BLOCK. TWO MEN'S OVERCOATS, MEN'S SUITS Boys' Suits, Children's Suits, Pants, etc. I am obliged to clear my counters to make room for the immense stock of Spring Clothing now ready for shipment, and I am offering Genuine Bargains to reduce my Winter stock before packing away time comes. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY NOW. OOiFvJSTEPi JMLAJI2X ii.-ii.-m. ..r i'iin iiiinC. A Lawyer bv profession, but a judge in on- of the bight st courts in "ew x ork for twenty three year is no,cd for mcthodi cal habits, legal acumtn and perfect in tegnty Iong just be), erts t and vigcrou. as ,t man of 40 he cannot count a day lost by sickness in a quarter of n .xntury At his post ns regularly as tho sun rises, after adjournment he writes out the opinions of the court, whicli already fills several large volume-. Xo man in tbo city is more wor.'iy of the universal regard which he Jong -.ma- secured Having long known Judge IV-mk, I o,ce oskeil him the secret of his jtiwcr "Plain living, lie replied, "has It-en my salvation I was n nervous yemth, high stning and excitable. I mnkil drank occasion-tilt and was. given to neh food Shortly after Iieing admitted to the liar I found myself the victim of tlyspcp sio. I liegan to study ny habits and their inllnence on mind and Itvdy I experi menteil with ftttl, drinks nnd exerci-e The result was living u rule of life which I have since followed inflexibly After n plain but sultstautial lire ikfast. I loiter about for an hour or two and tbtn v alk to the court hou-s" or :i distance equ ' to three mile or more Hnvingpr ,- lv h ul the room well ventilated I tay in the building, occupied, exttpt an hi ur at noon, with my judicial duties The ot'ier Judges take n hearty lunch I tat nothing At .1 o'clock I am through for the day, and walk up tow n again Ham or shine", cold or hot, finds me swinging my arms and plodding along m the same gait All legal work is dismissed nstitterly from my mind as if I iuvtr knew-Coke and Black stone I eat a htartv th'irer, take no made dishes, no Woret-tershire sauce or lnllaming conthnu nts no pudding pic, ice cream tir eiistanls and drmk no wine I havensenst' of comfort but not of reple tion, feel no desire for intoxicating liquors, and make it a business to thoroughly di gest my fond citen twice a day, no more lam frequentlv eoinitlltsl to attend dm ner, binquets and tt-stiv lis of every kind. But neither entreaty mil ridicule can intl'ice me to change inv habits Kviu n dish of item-am cannot tempt mt ' Gittl Housekeeping. A Atom ill's Objection to War. In the first place. 1 have verv little re spectful nny rountrv, whether it is my own or any other in in s. which has not tho diplomacy oe the dignity to settle its quar rels without going out like two gangs of street lmys and lighting it out In the second place, I f ill to see the no bility of half of the causes of war or the nobility of spirit that resents with a hired brother's blood a tnncietl insult I also fail to see the glory of decimating; the male imputation of tv o countries, de stroying commerce, business nnd agricult ure, to say nothing of destroying the national treasuries and taxing mi over taxed people unable to earn to the ery Last cent, smiplv to settle some little qu'-s-tiou of lioundarv respect or allegianee Cor. Xew York Graphic Cal I Torn I j Mitrtilp. One of the Lirge-Mt dtiiosits of marble in the world has licen discovered in Saa ISer nurdino cotintv Cal , only three milcj from the railroad It covers COO acres, nnd no less than eleven different faluuled of marble ore found. UkIIupss llffltsl. If jnu have a sallow face. And cm man) wrinkles trace Don't crj: If jour cheeks have pimples sore. And are w ith freckles covered o'er Don't cry. If joii have trronn o verj plain. You cm no lonca-r lovers (rain Don't Mirh; Kor ou'lI regain within a week. If jou the remedy will setk. The eh inns of be-iiut) all complete Then trj The wondrous Chainplin's Liipnd I't-arl, Beaut 's boon to ev erv girl. Unstated the president has tendered the (Kisitnin of setretarj of the treiMirj to speaker Carlisle. T-s? rvv ould enjoy your dinner 3 and are prevented by Dys pepsia, nso Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a, positive euro for Dyspepsia, In digestion, FlatuUncy and Constipation. We guarantee them. 25 and CO cents. Frank II Coblentz, corner Market anil High street?. Oant Coachs-CoMs, noarsraen, Crotirx Anthma, iJi-ynfliltts, Vi HJinnjz Couzb, Incliiieot Oorun.p- UOia,aoij jviietvs rra!-uiaiuo Kn-ons iaaWTsncfid tac4 of av aliaMtiaaV IVlcA SESrlL laf .flu. lb Ccauioe Vr. Cutis CoHjh Syrup Is i"l I only In Itr.ift irnirtafrs, and Nr. our f iT(rt5lirt1 TrBd-MarLs t irit, lAbuWHtdta C iilrtn I ( tivfr Caution taV, ami the fac-jimil)lffniitiaJc-4ot JeJlii H. 2c&& nit IT i i. -per et i . st-iv rTup-s, jtaanimore, ua., u t. a. Chew IBce Flan The crtrs.t To h pro Au- (.lutct-l'ruw 10 1 Issv-feoiu 1 mil Urucuu. HATS! :iisr MORE WEEKS BIG IBAIR-Cir-JS TINT An Invaluable Medi cine for Woman." LYDIA E. PIHKHiH'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND, Iia rokltiif (ore For ALL cl Uiom Talnful Delicate Complalnta tnd Con-plica! c-d trouble and Weakueud ro oemmon amonff our Wive. Jlottt- and Daughters 1SOTLUEIG3 UEXEDT, rFTLumiTr TO Tliat TASTE, toil CACIurS AM t fniftkllV OKd tat tmJ itM fffeet IT W X fXKT CRJUT nzLT CT fasZOf A3CT, ASU KEUXTEft rAVl DCEIX. LiBOtt A5D AT fcJl7UUB KDrTBEAl. riUoM. OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA Vone. testify as to Its food qualitle. It i a delicate nattr to tt-ntify about but we hare thrir names. lTFor all weaknease of the sraeraUv orcans ot either sex. It is second to no remedy that has ever been Lfcro the public, and for all diseases of the Kid neys it is the Grratft J rmrdy im fAe World. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY. ll jrr-prw ft poleli for (A frytfiPKif halting of dtr ft and tht reuef if titHtamd it dof ALt.it riaimM todo. It vriH euro entirely all Ovarian or Vaginal trouhlr , Inflammation tvnd tncerticn.XaiUre and IHsrlsce- ments. and consnent Spinal "Weakness, and I par ticularly adapted to the Change of life. . WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT. It removes Faintae, Flatuleuey. destroys all crar In lor stimulants, ad relieves Weaanns cf the Stom ach. It cures B!ct.3c, Ileadachen, Nervoos rrostra tion. General Debility. S'ceplcwnfw, Depression and Indigestion. That feclicfc cf tearing' dawn, causing pain, and backache, is penxanen Uy cured by it uso AN ANCEL OF MERCY. It is absolutely a baTo core for r-11 female Treaknesses, n eluding leueorrba?, IrrecuUr and painful j-aemtru-ation, InflsratnaUon and Ulceration of the womb flotdlng, prolapeus ateri, &.C. It contains no sur stance that is LannfuL Iaaicadvre. $1. C for ?') In I iqnU, Till or Loifncf Form Ko family should be wi tiont LYDIA E. FINKHAarS LTe'ETi FILLS. They euro oonsUpatln.blUousoess, and torpidity of the liver, S2 cenu per box. All these world wide celebrated remedies are manu factured at Lyra, Alass The Compound (In fom ci loaengea and pills). Liver FUls and Sanative Wash Tan be sent by mail on receipt cf price. S-.UI -oM by Iru(clsln.- Se-d stamp for Mrs rinkhara Ouide to Health and Confidential circular, with description of cam and sjmetonis of weakness. Heutio tius lur SHIPUAK AUTOMATIC Steam Engine rui-p-MM. k uilkvl atia4M txjftirtvl. btuai-lUJL-3!es. &ias tm bori sa W Uta3 iJlaf 'onalolL t-ot all kiiaJs rLftitort runr, e. Out mad two . Srad for llmftrti dp r turf prie uit. trw. J.J.WTCUS. CL.AIli:iIOT t'OLO.XVI CLAUUMOVr COLO.-VYt VL.AItKUU.M' COL.U7IV I CLAUI.1IOVT I'Ul.dMI ti. vitK'ittx r ((ii.oMi ci. incnu'i' im.ovY! Ci. VI11..HO.XT CULO.Ml I A new llwuv fw 16 days In Hie ll 6 years. 0n Tillage, only .-s. inoutl s vl. ha a storm, 2 aotels. S cLarcbes, ecbooi iienspaper, factory, foundry. 4 sleaci boats, S trains aiHtSmaiiiidaMr Lana rapidly adTaccit. Sf.sl. ftetM send by sail ma-ana. od torclrcuiir. wl-h 4 ruaps.36 1 cotuvrspbic cuts ot bouses all about tbe wonderful prowth of our col. ODy.its ftOlt,cli-na!e.mars.eta,bU9ine-a ppot tunlllea. ni-altu. prtcr-i ernis. aud Ml olbrr ditiuct aaulects. rarms tor WO on monthly lntalltneuts to tboat bavlnx emploTment Ith, ut leaving- Ibelr situation address J. . 1ACS.A.C!aremuuUSnrry Co ,W gilsrTTrTtFi-Tf'ssssWt A(rrtlmprorein,itovrrtheoU rtrle. PreTent-t-ltpi tntr from hvx 1 t the lull. 3L,! l f best qual IT ?hjUvI lan fu..Tt.-m-r' eL t rsalebT Hani arelrai'rs Halfd zeu a!irttl tiift-nltoarT a 1 tn jMiavtuuEv jaI I. vn n-rvli t of l uu. Mailoortir Lj liii.LUjltI)i;IUiaiMK.vM U.IJ'.H.hL iVlahl.-.4ivUt .VY WANTI l sfpncral igents, to whnlesale my uew met or. Hart , dance, jiood sal ary or tc or. the d-ilUr KdiirfH, wtth stRinit, r M Ueuer, Indi iii.ipolis, Imi. .Name this Viitentliiif; Atlvtrtlnerisboulct address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 sji-niTK siTKKbT, m:w iukk city, ForSEM-CT LITof l,on SEWS-pAPKUS. VVItlbe-avnt KKKKnn KOPllcatlnn s.lXJl.r IIAKUEL SHOT Gl . .00 inn m.i: 3.110 slM.I.F. IIUKl.CII l.OlDKK, I. nil nut ii 1. 1: lo.oo I'rlces on other coods In proporlluo. PARKER, SMITH and OTHER CUNS vrN nnitrn m shoot cloiic Illustrated, (atalnfrui- and Trice list sent Free. J. C. BANDLE & SON. cVAtt: 48 I FOR CHECKS in 6 hours, cures In 3 ' 's" aaru'1-'!" I)ni-sIOrVH IS V 11 I'hlla 40 S1EM pa indtlEdst.MainSt , Spring .-lild.O LOST MM1(XI. 0UT11LLI imprudeuce. nervousdebll. Itycured by Botanic Nerve Bltte.s.&Oct). HerbMed (V. la .Pa Sold at 4 1 K Malu. xp innr.eld.O. JO ADVERTISERS." For a check for 5-iJMe aII1 print a ten line idvertlHt-nit-ntln One Million liiurfone.ullng Americtn Vcw-paiter This U at the rate of only one fltthof i cent aline for lt'OCircula tlnnl The adertlsiment will be pltced before One Million UllTereiitnev9i--apfr purchasers orFivr Mill-on Uraiuks Ten lines will ac commodate ibutitTowonls A.idresithcopy of Adv and check, ornrMid St cents for Utok of Kbp-ues dl.o 1 KOVELLiCO.I0MkiCK St ,N. lOKk.. . -O Tear " WvyS V Yt")FaTm w & ? l - k M "TiJTaiia-i-l I ' trnnsyiimeif iT74Sa"a"a"a"a"aBae.,TIS iVPflpBHK ATSk-evTar m I mfl5j?rmaat aggKTZaWTT itaffPala&BBaltfHWl MW - eil2t3aaal CRUSH "ti3::jj3 oIjId nTiixJi-ia.:oii.-Ei" ONE PRICE CLOTHIER, aJN"D M-AJFIKIET STS. $w THE STANDARD ci ASBESTOS CEMENT FELTING, ASBESTOS AIR CHAMBER, ASBESTOS LOCOMOTIVE LAGGING, ASEESTOS LINING FLLT, ETC. 1 M II ffl rlW.eJOrlUS'JaSBSlOS1 mmjm H.W.JOHNSMEG.tO. 87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. cmicaso, fWu:ufKu, tos::. Simplej and Illustrated Pasihlci 'S'eam JSP f5fei;AGEND0Rp IKUn KUWITHj "I r. . Tn uts un ImlsnuTiiiGiTiLoat sa.'i.t.vAtL' Smp"L3.:: - ,1214 Kn.uy t a -ninnuTnu ' i nundi a inunmun, LSTER OHIO fiECTS, J. Sprlagfleld, Ohio. BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. C. B. CON V EK.SE, DISTAL riRLOVS. Hoomt S Jt t. Mitchell Block. T A. LEWIS, S DrsTIST, S g Cor .Main and Martet Eta. w. U. SMITH. xikvis or ACHt'dO txits crriD vtTKOCTrt'sr, Miiunlc Balldlnjt. JOB PRINTERS. HS. LI.Vl lioCKKK, w and 57 Arcate. Print er. Engraver and Fashionable sistloner Weddlns coods and ealllnic cards a specixlti. UNDERTAKER. WA. Olltls.s; i CO UMlKKTAKflUS. i Omc- and T areroom. 4o W. Main St. Itesldenco 1J2 W. Illgh 5t. B10K BINDERS. JOHs)e Jt nouNF, LUUKCSOrTHK K. L. KAKSKTT Jt SO-f's BOOK 8ISDCKT, 170 WestColumbl. tn--t. General Book Binders and Blank Book Manu facrarer. Th only oertect substitute) tor Mother's milk. Inralaasi. la Cholem Infantum ana TeetMngf. A pre-dlKested food for Dys peotlcs, Consumptives, Convalescents. Wrfect nutrtont in ail Wasting Diseases. Kequlr.9 no loofclnff Our Hook. The Care and Feedlnt; ol Infarts, mailed tree. DOUBER. OOODAL3 . CO.. Boaton. Itasa ASTHMA CURED! 1 SllCLE TMll ca TIIIS t&e BIMt statical GERMUN ftSTHMJ. CURErlnlL most Yioirtii aturi uiiiiini conjlortaii't? eltv p elTrcts curta hert: all othrr rrmtHimi fail No wnitlnff for rrrulu. H- nrtion i-i lmnirdlalt. rlir"t find rrrlnm. atnrl n core li rflrrtrd in all tl KAlll.t. C l-F- II pfsnaAMBl! eorol ot. fUttt to bw st aaj tJasC Hon 8 Itt M r-sJ. Jt-.aiai I tvjw tntirclj t-iMtortcl lo kal B hy OrTmaa inhnit t ore " rv Fttlvm Jttmilt OAuk Gtsu ittlrai - it !. jot laia tVarlu Itaevn f tails. P K Tam lataeUas, UrernnU C itf p!ijliHavbRss'&nQlcd Gnaaa Jltnbm Cars It CrcatiB9 Mm M U Tttmk, LmJ.4erti Olp Ttajtaat)U tU twallar LrtUn mm Cis. ! as (trsjxiavt (sfrmiin inMimn ('uri i tai-iT." hr all rfms- ntititat 50c.aa I or nit lynallo rrccirt ; "f price. 1 rial i- kaji f rt r to any ad jrr-. for itxmv IC- II I r r V M ! -i )'.1.U fmm. mmam IS ON FILE attheofficeof THE H. P. HUBBARD CO. Judicious Ad- vertising Agents & Experts, New Ha en, Ct Our Authorired Ais-s ho can qjou'oMt tovfemsins raei av usemenis oe sjned, proof hown and estirT.ae of cOatinANr nswspapers. Torwarcsa ia rssponkbltf part s upon sppncation aaaa tf' 'ssJjW ' r For 4 NO INEA.NT5.INVALTDS --.--sty.'.-,. ,. J... HATS! wssssm Savin - - and Fire-Pruol Materials' Free by MaiL 9'- 0 . - lG &I8.East 2-a S ("niiiniNiTi r f V' v-' v1 v' usjv.: Sheet Metal in any form BLACK rJN7IDtiaUllNlZn) OR e. IVMJIMEIN IRON. kaK&S . atO.IL Lamp Chi i bo an THAT THC EXACT LABU IS Orl tACM CHIMNCY AS SHOWN IN PICTURt. nir ? li 5 2 A0CT:3OTH-l ii- Nth IUFACTURED ONLYi uMSEBETi GO. KI SITTSBUF rttt IKfjEALERS I 'WHERE. W. L. DOUGLAS The lf-vHuc SOU Sh of the -wurlil. Maor i K. at- m art-t T vxaaras:. a .wa.i wpervtr to shoe usually oI J ' Q rorJanitt. l-Tery I if j-atr warrantea eon. press. Uuttoi.tfe Lace. AUatyleaottoe. fiOTT3Ml Th ft-re-at ft" m tna for tUI ho ba brvn a tnd cient rmanteoni itrllabtllly to make the pub Pcat'll better sattcQei"! te bsTeniaelrynchtmrroTe-mpnt-'tlirtt there rai be co qorMinto onrcialmof ai-.)iiattV(f ' In tittmrl W. i. DOUGLAS StJJiO SHOE. fir genittfUiu It. at c o , w tit iitlt-m i sM-irctd utturk. azd ev.nal If not tap"lor tt the 3 shoes adv rtfsed byoiter flmi-u We InTlte a personal lsjvct'Mn and romraron before pnrchaiiDj. tJ MlOK 1-OIt ISO. ham styles as the 53 pa-. Caret nil jr ana n-ab-tactUlly made, girlish and n .eqniHed a a school siioe. If any of tbe abore caunot be had at yonr dealer's, send sddresi - postal to . . L. DouKlai, Brockton, Mom. 03NSUMPTI0N. 1 ba eanHiUt rerooJ-r Tur xhm aborsdaseass, brtta a- lh iDiti tis of eav- tl lb rrit slat mt.il of Urea tavniJaHf hsTea cured lBert utrw rt my fa tta In aetSi-arT mat I ill Mrdnu BOTTLLS FRXK, XZ thr tb a ILCAGLK THEaTISE on tbts tLasase afi acy W2mrr. bLsapi-saBJ r O add , D-i. T. dUX CM, l resxlAL.v Tock LYON&HEALY Ststc (t. Momroc Sr . Chicago. wui auLSsttt, vn, asjam atvwsj !aVXstJI t.a-Aaoajxi i iuj lavanrastau, Itlfwrma tvoj CaotprntPBU, W4 Vtr, lUtMtrviotw sWntatf rji awticW tsiWl bf BttSila r Dtram I C-u lnci-ttiTH RTjr4af Matar rtsvls TiaOMilrtotji.rtt. VmaUir iUtsJs. ain-hsj. tBJ ScavlsK. i4.ma iBsTrTiaasi lor niftt MUmt- Hftttt, tfj-Laot, aa4 a llCW3 Last OI 0V4 Jaisuh,. k hl t m s.r n Jiff s$1 .. "ST 1 - ,. -errrTr zt&3 I tfekL?EST TANii-y BBBSSS "A I.B I a-. sa