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REPTTRI.TP. AroXOAV EVJESTN'G. APRIL 11 Ififi"
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REPUBLIC BUILDING. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 250. MONOir EVENING. APRIL II. 1887. The I'linn street line i- a boomer. Kelly lake, at Kernel!!!, is a b-auty. John Sherman ha all the appearance f a winner, this time. The Canton I'cpititonj ha Saturday ev cuing lne. enlarged its The Catholic church now- practically recognizes the Knights of I.abor. The feminine Easter hat is a beauty. And it ii generally on top of a beauty. Thew"iorkiiiroflice cat is of no account. Dana should buy a good, vigor ous rat, Mr. and Mr. John K. SIcI-ean are now settled down in their home, on 1 street. Washington. The maple sugir manufacturer- are tpiile lileraL. They "throw In" sorghum without extra charge. Mr. William Iean llovvells. of Ohio, gets Sin,OoO e year irniii the Harpers for In literary work. The czar Is either in "hot water." or lurched upon a "volcano." lib friends can take their choice. A contemporary '" -- Saturday issue, said: "Tomorrow is Easter." It should say today: "Yestenlay is Easter." ... a Hrethieu. sisters ami fellow -citizen-. let us take pains to ob-ere Governor Korak-t-r's arlwr day, on the 21st of April. The Ercniwj inwiiiixiii shouts "Cod save the Queen" from Teiinj son's jubilee i-ctry. I(kI save ns all. gentlemen, from tliat same. Another move is being made to oust Powderly from the management of the Kuights of Labor. The anarchist- are very re-tle . The opposition pij-er- are beginning to lie, vigorously and elaborately, about John Sherman. That -how- hat hi.- boom is reaching formidable proportions. President Joseph fcmitli, ot the "Latter Day Saints," in a sermon at Kirtland, Ohio. Sunday, April luth, pronounced airain-t polygamy. Mr. Smith is one of the origi nal Mormon-. It i-ejected that a hundred thousand veterans w ill attend the Clrand Army en campment at St- lajuis. net Septendier. A hundred thou-and dollai - dollar apiece for the gue-t- is to be raised bv the citi zens for entertainment purposes. The I'wUyn .tfiitnziiir ha-stepped over to New York, and in Us May i ue, blos soms out as the-liiioioon. In tliis change it steps at once to the front, and couipaiet well with the best. The price i-53 a j ear and the publication oliice Is at ISO and 1S2 Pearl street. The Iwttoni of the non-partisan partisan democratic -ehemo in Springfield ha- dropieil clear out, and it is beyond the lHwer of the political tinkers to repair it. It was not made for permanent u-e, but to .sell. And it sold eveiybody who had any jiart in its management. The I.Uiniry Journal, of New York, notices Mr. Warder"- generous proposition to erect a public library building, as -tated in the Kt'.rt lit-K. Mr. Warder is only waiting for a suitable site. Springfield. Mass.. has recent! completed a fine library building, at the eo-t of rOO.noo for the building. WeaHy It doesn't lie in the breeches of Mr. lleid and Mr. Hal-tead to take a piesi dential nomination from one man and give it to another. They do not a ume to do it neither do they wi-h to. The republicans of the country will -elect their man, this time, and having selected him themselves, they will elect him. A bad boy In a New York school rai-ed a false alarm of fire, the other day, but the female teacher tn the room was .Ual to the occasion. She threatened to knock down the first child who stirred, and by so doing prevented a i-anic. Then she gave the bad boy a vigorous fire in the rear with her slipper and convinced him that it would not do for him to rejeat the offen-e. The Mt Vernon ZiVmWioin mourns over "yellow-dog" treachery in its own town, but comforts Itself over our Springfield vic tory. It says: The Springfield llhi-inuc hauls out its Mir Mffle and nlaces it at the head of its columns over the result in that city last -.. 1. .t .. ....Ivltluha a ,wr-4rat rif tli ' republican mayor-elect, who Is a rather pre ,,fckesing looking official The prohibition pop-guu was scarcely audible even in the i.nn,uiit vlelnltv. Too much "toast and ale." 1 The Springfield III rnti.ic savs the suit. Journal'' iuipre ion with regard to lionc-fellow-poem "Evceliior" i- correct. A the matter, however, is one concerning which both Springfield and Wittenberg col lege -hould feel some local pride, besides being Interesting itself, we should have been glad If the KtiTlilli had answered theUe-tiou in siieh a wa a- to tluow no doubt over the good faith of its replv. i. M.itc J.iiirn.ir We supposed tliat the ...oni.il wa-t!ilig to vork oil a loke on us. Inigfellow's "Fvel-ior" wa- lirst ubh-heil in 1--I1. and tl Eveel-mr" -.n-iet) ot WittenN-re college wa-oig.ini7l in Novemlier. l-t". S4 that it could not have Ikvii true that the piM-ni was written in re-isjii-e to a letter from the Excel-ior -ocict). inforiiiing the poet that he had lieen electeil an honorarj lueinlier. Tin- replj i in gixsl failh. W. would be glad and proud if the Ji.wnw'" siipi)siK.n had Ihs'ii true, but it was not. Our Mr. Ilookw alter. (John W.I declares it to be his belief that tin- countrv is on the eve of a revolution in traii-iMirtatioii. in the whole Mississippi valley and other tvtion well supplied with navigable streams or waterwavs. He argues that the inter tate eommeri-e law will -o cripple the railroad in the transportation of bulk) freights, -nch as grain and Hour, lor long distances, that steamboat business on the Mis-i-slppi and it- tributaries must have a great re vival, and the river again become the most popular. Details the cheaest, route from the we-t to the sea. John Itapp. of Oedarville, raped Mr. U II. Young, of the ilnnhl. ls-cause he printtsl something uncomplimentary aNuit his saloon business, and now llapp's -a!Kiii ha- been burned down. When the fire reached the whisky it "threw up the sponge." There was i. much water in it. The saloon will not ! rebuilt Hy the way. doling is not suspecteti of tiring the saloon, although . he is a verv lire) man when he gets to talkin; alxmt h'pmr problem-. Thfllev. Dr. l'arker. of the fit) Tem ple church. Hollxini. London, i- So vi-it New ork in June and will preach from the l'h mouth pulpit, a few Sunday x. "Itarkis" is evidently "williu".' rhe.in fuel is what nrinirlieM needs. t'heap fuel is what.she is going to have. v hat is the snrtKt and -needie-l inethtMl b) which she can get if That is the great piestionof the hour. Keallv (Jencral Ilutler did not take 'them poons." XtilKsl) ever really believed that he did. A few .spoons would lie no temp tation to a man of his broad reach and ef fective grasp. THE NEWS IN BRIEF, Kx-Senator Maxey, of Tea-. declines to act with piohibitionist- in Tea-. It is stated that Halfoiir is preparing a self-government scheme for Ireland. Thirteen people were killed by a nitro glycerine evplo-ion in Freiburg, Savmv. Two fhocks of earthijuake were felt at Hurlington. Vermont, iMiuday. Xo dam age. A company has been orgauued ill Day ton. (., to bore for gas near the Soldier's thousand three hundred and ninety two emigrants arrived at Ca-tle Oardeii Saturday. There was noting in I! dfa.t Sunday. The police tired on a crow d, but nobody was killed. John T. Itavmond. the comedian, died in Evansville, early- Sunday morning, after a brief illness The official footings of the recent munlc pal election at Cincinnati give Ma)orfcmith osi plurality. All the planing mill- m Cincinnati except one are shut dim u on account of .the car penters' strike. Ttie sealing steamer Eagle, thought to have been lost, was sighted by th- steamer Aurora, AplI .. The attitude of the Catholic prt-s has pro voked serious opposition to the Oennaii ecclesiastical bill. Mr. Blaine is steadil) improving, and the cri-is i- believed to have pa-sed. Dr. Mil' Id has returned to St IaiuIs. The Calveston A'cir prints an oe:i let ter from Senator Keagan, inwhicltliecunes out sUarely for prohibition. The members of Temple I-rael. of St Louis have sub-cribed t.'-OO tti the Henry Waid Beecher iiiouiiinent fund. The eyes of Timipe are on the car. The antocrat says he is ready to tight but doesn't think he will do t this )ear. A benefit wilt be given to the veteran actor, .lame- E. Murdoch, at the Odeon. Cincinnati, April ; :. ShaKpeare"s birthday. New York pol.n- authorities think they have the burglar who murdered Lyman Weeks in Brooklyn on the nijht of March 1Mb. The winter wlieat in Ohio, Indiana. Illi nois, Kansas and vliouii is reHirteil con siderably injured by the continued dry weather. The Cincinnati Street railway company has purchased the Mt. Auburn Incline rail way company for SiMl.oiK) subject to a bonded indebtedness of S1-J5.UOO. A rejsirt comes lrom St 1'etersbiirg that another attempt has been made upon the life of tie czar. A man and - oinaii were aiTe-teil with liombs concciltsi on their person. Michael Davitt ami wife were presented with, a furnished cottage on Killmey Hay as a wetldmg pre-ent The donors were Irish and American. The furnishings in cluded a fine piano ami a portrait of Mr. Davitt Xate Stuart, Indiana agent of the Em pire manufacturing company, of Akron. O.. charged with embezzling -7,000 of the company s Money, la-t fall, and who jumped bail ami d'ecaiuped. was caught in New York and returned to Iogan-jiort for trial. The new Kan-a- liquor law makes it nec essary fr a man desiring to open a drug store to have twenty-ne women signers to the petition, and any per-ou who buys liq uor must go before a notary public and make affidavit as to what u-e he will make of it and that It is not intended for a bev erage. An attempt was made by members of the Turneis" executiw Iioard in Chicago to se cure the moral support of the Turner- tor the condemned anarchi-t-. It met with stiong opjxi-ition. and Sunday a district convention of the societies deio-ed the members of toe executive board who had i breu prominent in the movement I The Cincinnati ei.sitinn commissioner- I have determined that the Centennial expo-1 -ition shall be held in buildings in Wash-1 ii.gton park, along the line of the tana ; and in the Music hall buildings. The gen eral building in Wa-lmiglo.. paik is to le in the form of a iioss. Wu b.i i. .rtli anil , south, 400 fi-et ea-t and west. ..ml ivi fis-t i in width to a large ceniial duiiie totovir the lake. , SALE OF BUILDING LOTS. I Thur-lay, pril H Tlilrly-Tlnee C'litiii e E. (J. Dnl. as guanllan of Cora E. and I John C. llils. xi!l -ell at public sale, on Thursday. April 14. at J o'clock p. in., ' thirty-tluee choice building lots, on the , premises direitlv opH.te the stieet car j stables. Seven of these lots are on ellovv Springs .street balance on I'atton street A ' fine opportunity for woikingnieii. Itits are all In immediate neighborhood of I.vans Manufacturing Co.. Hanika Iron KeneeCo.. Springfield Manufacturing Co.. etc. Terms of Sale. One-third ca-h on deliv ery tif deed, one-third in one year, tint-third In two years, secured by mortgage, ' ier; cent, interest on deferred payments Ten dollars cash on day of -ale. j James Foi.Kt, Auctioneer. E. G. & (Ir.v. S. Di.u, Attorneys Martyn's Ctimmerclnl College, 313 Sixth street Washington, D. C, pro vides practically useful business etlucation. No terms nor vacations. Students enter at anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S40; 13 weeks' course, board, Ac, 875. Send for circular. WHEN I AM DEAD. When I am ilad ainl 1mrlsl imJr ground, AuJ (wr,learevesMill grist the shmiug daj, Will you remenil-r "Thus -he u-el to -ay -AuJ thus uii.1tlius Imt Kw oleeu-l t,-nnd'' VV ill mliir wtuUr like a glio-t aiounj T!i wrll kli.iWll lmth--tlv.l the atvu-tollltsi tlr will tou pluck fre-li LKwmiIiih of I he .Vfat, Aud wat- no nM u.h m bun-tl ni.mu.t- 1 wtSlUlM luve tour life to s'iT"W wed Voiir JottniN ,tiilli fcnef titLeii lor my sake. Though hU k whiiTtsI ln' her huitie with you -liotikl nuike "Vet taui woul.l Is III- seaMing t--ar ,si -hetl. And iIumuIi ttrtir liitrt for l.it-?of me t-liou!d hn nk. 1 lH,ull lii't Ihtir. or htl. wl-li I Alii dead IMii-et lirttidler.V-ultoaiuoullisl'oiiiiauloii 15KLI.K or 15A1! IIAlMJOi:. The cunts' t lull wa-to give n rtseption and rev lev,- of the Nut- lit lelegraiii and letter I had lieen Miiniiionetl to Mount l)e-ert to take iart in the suleiuA rites of the occasion 'Hie telegmui wa- fnitn the Hiluiir.il. niiiiouucin that 1 had been eletted nituil-er and inu-t -how up Now. 1 had never even heard t lit re was Mich a t lnb in existence, ami proluldy few men are more tliiltllike in their lgnorante of the puddle The letter was from a young Luly 1 knew well whose liaiiie 1 had Ikvii piined to -s- ineiitloiusl in a newsjviHT as the "ltelle of Ikir Ilarltor " I If there is it K'iiig I loathe it is u Iwlle. What rmlene have 1 not Millertsi from the is-rt. mloVrnble little girl- whose he.iils have Iss-n tunieil by that word' ' What nullities have 1 not lieen fortcd tti smile at litsitu-e long hair and a pretty 1 nose or a mini, full of Worthtlre es or ailaqiieof feint le relatives, hitxe startetl ' the fa-liion of ra ling an otherwise harm less young woiiir.n a lielle i I knew this lelle I h-fore, however, and never found her dull She was a spet-i ' men of the nth complexioiied women of j Mobile, languid on the surface but full of i energv when .irou-ed After all, said 1 to I in) self, as 1 weightsl her letter in niy I hand, she has done nothing to warrant the vulgar ,'iptllNtIon, that I'll lie Umnd, only, no matter how it may 1' hidden, the Mobile rose c.innot Mine its pert nine sue has Ikvii tlublssl a belle in spite ot her-clf Then. liKiking at the vxiirtn words and the iiuiK'nttite ortler- that were couched in her ivculiar long slanting characters. I felt it would not lie in human nature to ill so! ey Ikir Harbor was just the same a na ture iK-.tutifnl. Folenm ami marvelous in the at t of ls'ing clie.ivnetl and degraded by a mob of ton tiling- The bitcklsxirtLs were toiling up the steep hill-, yachts were coming and going in the harlior, all the r-ophuniores from college in North America were escorting misses anil iiiis-usos up and down the lwanl walks or ftlkmg nonsense in grouis on the broad piazz.Ls of the most hideous of hotels. Surveying these with the Jaundiced eyes of one w ho could not joiu in the game Mif for the br.efe-t time, one more or le in love. 1 inav as well confess, but w ho knew- far too ninth to tru-t greatly to eii3iiragements that ought to have meant everything. I w.t- aware ot Itlitnnt the top of a long Iliglit of steps talking to three Uiy.s ami n man and managing to halloo to a fourth, who was hurrying tlovrti the street It looked very much like a Wile. I thought, but, sighing, I raised a sad hand of greeting nil the same Idita saw me, and. like Camilla, skimmed downward over the unliending slop.- as if she uii'.nt to tUng herself into my arms. "'Glad, so glad y ou're here'" she panted "Almost gave yon up. Those three w on't bebev e I m engaged for the canoe review, nd that man you passed has gone to pre i.ire his boat for me So you see yon are just in time ' Hut." said I, "it strikes me that I find )ou a belle and a bad case of belle." "No more nonsense! Y'our canoe, our canoe, is all prepared and I have only half an hour to dress " It was 10 tn the morning, and I sur veyed her pretty costumo vvith raised brows. "Oh, till- won't do Now, don't lie silly Get into your rowing flannels and meet nit) just here"" And away she flew Into the hotel with nn audacious word or two right and left at her l-ovi-h admirers. Among them was one who looked very lnnl at me I thought, and I puzzled my brain- to recall him A very blonde head, blue eye-, a look of a much older man when yon examined him. thin legs, well developed shoulders, a chin in the air and the back ot the head considerably Ivhind his hecb there he is, a funny mixture of strut anil deprecation, of candor and in sincerity. Hut his glance was sincere, if I knew- any t lung ii.tere in not liking me. Why not me- Of course, the obvious thing xv as tint he was in love with Iuita Hut, I grumbled to uivself. how is it that ldita, xho is nice enough to warrant me in xvcll. in lieing very much attached toiler, can support alsmt her such wretched little idiots as this That was what I could not understand, and gave the question up a-, ilisolu'ile. Walking to the meet I ventured to put it to Itlit.t as gently its jHissible, at the same time that I liegged that she would be equally candid Hie certainly looked marvelous!) Iieaulifiil in the little Tarn o" Shanter, with ta el of vellow silk, and the white Manuel tire embroidered m the same manner The coquette' she had the prettuM yellow Chinese i logs on her feet, ami did not mind a bit rolling about a little on their -mull, rounded soles. "Fact is my dear boy , at n place like Har Ilarlair it positively won't do for a girl to be seen without ster.eootly talking toiler The mother- keep count and tell taih oilier whether Kitty. Lucy. "Iana h:Ls tlirt-e men with her or one, or none, ami somehow the consoling words ud-drc-setl to the mother who-e daughter is seen alone do not carry with them the comforts of Christian consolation. Now, tliat young man of w homy ou -peak so disrespectfully is full of merit He is r-r-r-r ricch, to liegin with, and sends me lovely (lower-. Then he knows every IknIv. Then he has a tongue tipiK-J with poison, and ever) hod) fears it He-ides he is a man of infinite ta-te he admire me'" "More than he doe- me,' saiil I "You don't -ay so'" cried Itlit.t. who-e animation at Itar HarUir came to me as a surprise, for in town -he w.i- rather lan guid I attributed it to the bracing climate. "D-v- it work-alread) v Now. isn't tliat line of him to come to time at once" ":-ee here." said I, a little savagely, and stopped to face her, "have you summoned me to this goose fann to play me otl against that little gander'-" Oh von -uspiuouslioy' ' she answered, holding out her hand. 'There. I forgive you. Li-- it and return to your collar. For you are. remember, no less myslav lieie tlinii you were la-t winter in town, and what I -ay mu-t Ik. done. Hear, oley, and it will Ik we'l for you " "I'-haw- How long are you going tn keep this up Am I to -tv anything ot ycju, or are the Tommy Moore- and otliei thing going to surround you in order that .our mot net -hall be spared the n'inarks if her elderlv friend-'" Iilita walked on faster and threw me her w ord- ov er her -boulder "Oh von neetln t Wither a!xrat me after to-tla. ,f ton ,!o i t want to I dm refuse ill riinji. imiii- I r the next few days, but a Ixlle, jou know or perhaps vou don't like the word well, n girl with a fair circle of attjuiuuf.'ince will be able to get along nil the -.line " "Thl- i- n bad liegmning," I said gloomily, "for vt hat I have lieen looking forward to impatiently for months!" "Have you ' she a-ked, giving me a look to take one'- breath away- Hut it apjiear- to me that a -one- of letter- and telegrams were needed to gel you here at all ah. there's Turtle island' Do you know, in all the tune I've been here. I nevtr lauded on Turtle island once-'' 1 fancied -lie looked as if she expected something, so I said at a venture: "Nothing simpler I'll paddle you there nf It r the rev lew " Was 1 abnormally suspicions, or did shrv mean any thing by that remark? It was one tiling to know generally that she had ' been sitting on the rocks with other men, j going to picnics, paddling about the bay, dancing, taking walks and must indubit-. ably flirting for n good two months; but it was quite another to bee the men them-1 tulva n'l find ih il.lfetA rame of intel-' -ctual immorality in tun ma-i under my very nose M) vam-tv came to the resc ue Jnt then and suggested that -he was giving me oc casion to s. herulone. for on the rugged, de-fllate island there was les iliance of liiteriuplions lb. in in or aUmt .lar liar bor. -si thinking I cheered up vi-ibly and I. 111. i w niched me with swift glances out of those treole etc- of her- and smiled -oft!) to hi r-clf. hiiiiiii.ing now ami then a laiitiihziug air that stopped shoit, like the song of the nits king bud, just when it seemed iiNiut to launch deeier lulu melody Altogether Iditu presented an Impish and ti.iky iiiikkI thtt tLiy siith as 1 nevtr knew her to show In-fore or -nice. At the meet there was the u-ual confu sion, falling, laughter, humping of ca iitvs. small shriek.- fiom oviTcxutt-d girl-, coining and going of the olhtiiil 1-oats. I was prompt I) Uutnletl by .Mr- Gaunt, who heM me with a cuiiltt -ye while slio talked about ldita. In a 1 vv minutes I heard more names of men ho had Ikvii, were or were alioiit to le in a -tate of vio'eut love withlhat you ig hid) thanmy hialn could possibly retai i Onl) one im pressed hnn-clt by rtasonof iuturesqiie-lie-s The youth, vvho-t mime 1 missed, had fallen headlong a idaie to the cruel Mobilian. and had I hen and tin re retirtsl to some fjc-tness to bresl on his hoiH'le-s Ikissioii and. so it npi-earetl, his wmngs Foi ldita had ttitalnly snubbeil him out rageously, if -half what Mr- Gaunt said was true Another the moral of it all abided by me also Is it nete it) tn state it' 1, tot), would promptly under-? like treatment at th.w) little hands, I, loo, would be encouraged, enjoyed, qualified ' with. snulilKtl and brushed nsule "Hut. my dear lady. ' said 1. "m any event no mountain top or fa-tne m the wilds for me" No, if ldita I mean Miss ldita -lionl 1 lie so harsh to an old, old friend, I would not goaway win re I could not sets her, hut stav nglit here ves, and give her e. good -nub myself now- and then' ' i "I like tti hear yon talk like that " she. answered compas-iotiately. lK-iatise it in- , sures to u sxir wall flower- whohavu outgrown our youth and Intuit) another, amusing episode in theiuiparalleletliaicer of the lielle of H ir llnrlnir " The -he devil had divined that I hated , that expression I gronr.il my teeth so that she was frightened. She U'gan to' talk tosomelioilv else, and feaiing that 1 would tell Idita what she had said, set in circulation a story the point of which was that I could not lietiusted foramomtnt go t-hockuig a liar wa- 1' longing to lv otl, I found ldita in ' earnest talk with Tommy Moore, who verily looked more like a crazy man than , an) thing ch-e. he was furious at my good luck and seemed to lie saying violent tilings as 1 Mine up It was fine to .-co , Idita quiet and quell him. but my arrival was not oppirtnne. to say the Iea-t. ho Hung liim-elf away and walked to a grassy hillock overlookim: the scene, where. I heart! afteiwartl. lit rolliHl on the turf like a madman and tmered cur-es never heard before from thtx-e gentle lip.-. Jiut the signal wa- given ami we em lurketl 1 wonder how many of the men had over been in a birch liefore. 1 hadn't- Hut I knew- theoretically how to work tho paddle, and wa- determined lo tile rather than let Idita see that I was what i vul- garly calltsl a duffer. Iortunately that young lad v v as ami is a round weight, she is not loveliness In its most ethereal aspect, so my canoe was well down in the water and easier to handle Fortunately, also, the need of keeping the line made progression slow, so that 1 had nearly half an hour m which to take my first lesson. Once or twice I beat tercel the wrong kind of diamonds over that divine head.'biit ldita seeiiicl too happy to care, Was tdi happy liecaiise at last I had come Her c)es were lived on Turtle island, and my own heart Wat fa-t- Is she thinking of our ngreeinent I kept wondering. We moved gavly mid magniiltcntly up the Uiy nud down, then turned for the grand "review with tho addition to onr rauki, of several score of late comers Among them was Tommy Moore, ns I found to my dismay, for lie jammed bis canoe alongside mine, and took a baleful pleasure in liulHriiu me in every way lie rould When he came in Idita's line of vision Hunt charmer merely nodded to him lightly, as if nothing had happened out of the way perhaps it was an everyday matter to Iter that a poor little society liaby -hould roll on the ground and curse horridly on her ncco tut I could not get rid of Iilm till I ls'tl ought me of retalia tion, nnd having by a skillful hoist under the stern of his can e given Tommy very near to a ducking, that malign youth kept a more rt-jiettftil distance, and only tried to "fascinate" Idila with his eyes and express with hi- no-e what he thought of me and my vile jiadilling The joke was dull as we approached Turtle island again, so 1 slackened up and edged avvav to the furthest ln.it on the wing, deaf to the call of the commodore, nnd ns the line moved abreast of the Island I did my prettiest to get round the jioint to the other -ide, theie to land there to have Idita nil to myself! Luckily. Tommy was wedged into the line -o that he could not see the skulkers, and 1 flattered myself, us we forged over into the smooth water behind the point, thnt he had not detected our e-caie How to get Idita out of the slipper) canoe was 'the next thing that nearlv turned my hrur gr.n). but it was done well ithongh 'tis I who say it) at the expen-e of one of my feet soaked with -alt water To ',fl her hand on my shoulder, to have In-, weight full ou me when -lie sprang fiom the big rock, are mere mat ters of detail that itctir to me Jtist now with singular viv nines.-, I know not why, unless we remember best the kmdcc-su that we receive just In-fore the final breach Hul the wall, over the narrow grass border mid through the swinging walls of evergreen vv.i-a thing to remcuiher, too. Idita s g-iv spans were gone, ami I fancied tliat IkiiIi of us were m the mood of moods that runs before deci-ive and blissful speech I CJi-.in.it -.-.j-tlmt I had made up my mind to ask her to marry If you know ldita you will never think that, for w fiat w otild l-the good Any time during the preceding vt niter she could havj -aid. ant! it would have been Now :il-c vns it for her to -is-ak, accord ing to hir own rcivnted declaration of rights Hcsides, I suppose my evc-s sjioke all she cared to know much licttt r than my tongue. And yet could it K pos sible that this girl, who was -o self assert ive, who continually gave men the alter native to do exactly, say exactly what she willed or tie ca.-t iuto outer dark ness and gnashing of teeth, that this girl just to-day wanted me to assert mvself I knew her theory of merried life was closely similar to her practice ns a maid, fchewas to rule ' She was to flirt as much its she t hose Iter ; hu-hard was to be a lover, a favortsl lover, but not In- ugly in tetnin-i to those i lc-s favortsl Could it lie her whim I asked myself, to have me set it crudely! liefore hei that I had come heie to get her I proiiii-e and must have if The risk of a l fal-e step was enormous ju-t at that horn aim ni mat coiijunttion .miw ami men she would stop look alsmt her searcli inglv, and apin-.ir to lie listcniug. We made for the steep side of the island over looking the bay and the village in onlerto sec- the flotilla pass once more itluink d'otl, without us") btfoie the admiral's canoe. ' Arent you tired of nil that" ashed I, nodding in the direction of Har Hartior, its we seat1 our-elve-t under a stunted letlar where, unseen, we could note the whole Kiy. I had placed mv -elf ns neat as I dared, and played with the yellov .silk t.nsscl of the cap she had discarded "Kh What Rtr Harbor 1 tlnnh It is puffectly spit mild'" cried this eiis lie-rating young -rson. I niir-etl my knee and my thought.. That nbst rat foil was real; it was not n' siime'l A smh ix moment, in surh a place, in thetoiiipativiif ih'n'H sutlia m. n, lo Is distrait whs indeed a symptom not alarming merely, but crushing. My throat went rather dry. and I think 1 mn-t have gioam-d n little, for she tixed lit-r glorious eves full of a liquid brovvn tire iinon me "joid n-kit! if I Mt 111' 1 lire iiixin mt . . nu a i,ett 11 I teltlll I e-s, 1 said, snappishly. "I ilo feel I1L lalk tn me, amuse me, sing to me' I have betn patidhng you aliout ; you might at hast do some thing in turn." She straightened herself up from a lounging position and looked at me care fully. "Why, you're as crazy as Tommy Moon-l" l..ti. l-no,wl .vlih.nl nt-ated her losing Fnuii tKMngiM'rfti tlv inllexflile. she smliletilv conseiittsl us if a thought haJ -trin k ! r and .te-t ml one afierau other of the -,mgs tiiat toiuo? jK-iple troll at suiiiiiur ies..rts p,-ahsl up among ttie pilars of l'iinl islanu in an tun iillivaletl '.lit nth contralto '-uddeuly -he -topptsl ehort And over Tommv did go jut a- I spoku only it was lather, thai hi-i niioo got from iilidt r him and let hiiudovvii lake you or mo in -Mi h a ui-' he trietl to climb oil the Uittoln of the caliiN which there-i upon got from under him just as t leverly , as ls'tore. it w the way with canin- This thing tst until live or -ix tune- In-fore wi reaht-1 that roiiimv was very likely not to cliuib anv more if help was not given I icramLiled down the lull, and had got half wax when somebody drop-d from a trtt'iilxive an otitlviug rotk. his straw hat Ihtlu-:ii he tame, sprang into the water, hud hold of the canoe, s,izetl Tommv bv the net k. and held him the other siiie of the overiurii'tl t raft until he rould get his liieath. Jhtn he xegatl to i haul and swim towi.rd the shallow, and presently got lomiii into safety It was t done so quit kly that my serv :t -. w ere not needed. The man came from lhesk).as it wert" a delis ex Matkumw. as Tommy afterward -.ml, when the straw hat of his rescuer was li-hed out Tommy alwa)s did make the worsi pun- when h)sterical The sea at Vomit l)-sert K'lng lev cold, Idita and I -et 1o unit, to make a lire at onts and called to the two sopping one to come up I noti'iil thai, considering the danger there had Invn. Idita was strangely moved mid lightheaded, but when the tldul man tame up she evidently knew- him So did I He wa- n long legged, very quiet t hap from "Maine, wl nevei went into ste ictv hnttd young ladle-, had n rooted di-likeof -oiilht rncrs. and rcgiithsl women who tlirt a-no NMer than Irnitor-to their -ex Wetalh-l him Hilly Cnrr what hi- middle name and ' family" .'!' 1 l ..now but extepl fer piej. tl s o. '. .- . .id he was a- much iked, by those who knew linn intiiuatelv r any man 1 have met Wi 11. Hilly l an and Idita kept looking at cat li othtriiiu curious wav. and finally Tommy Moore spoke, rather huar-elv "Hilly, you vivtd my life ju-t now " Oh. that- all right " "I ought to 1 will tell you right here Iffore Ml Idita 1 -linden d you. Hilly I told htr you vver- iiotormuslv t!i ipatetl. that vou never went anv where lK-eau-e people vttiiiMn't reteite von It was a lie. of course, but I did heir it said 1 re'ie ittsl w hut 1 heart!, and didn't deny it Will vou forgive me. ltillx ."" Carr held out hi- hand, but Idita burst into tears "I never, never will forgive vou, Mr M-M Moore, never!" And she wept ant! soliUsl as if her heart would break. I I tiptoed awnv. lieckoiung Tommy to ! follow, as the lire was now started and 'there was nothing el-e to do We went i down to the canoe in -llence. in silence we ' paddled to Har IlnrUir. m silence I took I mv tickets by the evening steamer to Frenchmen's luv I have always he j j,, Ilia Mili). mf , lalniI , le women are t lit he naughtiest creat lire-in the world. "Cuis" in New York Times. t une n.-iie.i. f ,m have a -allow ta.v. . Andean many wrinkle- trace- Don't cry; , if jour cheeks have pimples sore, i .ii"d are witli fieckle-s covvretl o'er Don't I cry. I If jou have grown so very plain, i You can no longer lovers gam Don't sigh: I Fur you'll regain within a week, ,--,.-,, If ynn the remedy will seek, " The charm-of beaut) all complete Then i try ' j ' The wondrous Chaiiip!in' humid I'earl, D ( lteauty"- lumii to even girl. Theatncal managers have organized in Chicago, and will petition the inter-state i commerce commissioners to -usiend fori twenty day- the provisions of the law as j applied to the amusement profession, ' yirvvwpa instate lretrul. peevish, -3VV,VV', cross, or troubled with Windy Colic, Teething l'uins, or Stomach Disorders, can lie relieved ! at once by using Acker's Baby Soulier. It contains no Opium or Morphine, hence is safe. Prico .1 cents. Sold bv Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. I Hon. .lames d. Blaine's illness i-not se vere. He i- improving, and will leave Fort (ilbson for Chicago today BUSHING TO DEATH in the attempt to sim the Niagara Whirlpool Kipids is no more recklt or dangerous than to trifle with disease whitli taih tlay tee-ure- a stronger hold and hastens the end of lile. Tliis is spee-ially true o! rheuiiiastisin, neuralgia, sciatica, and nervous headache, which though perhaps slight at fir-t are extreme ly dangeruu-, and -teadily secure a fanner grip until at la-t the agony i- unendurable and siiJdtn death brings relitf These diseases' can i-e cured by- the use of Allilopliiiros which, in connection with Atlilophoros Fills, never fails when prop erly Used. Head the following from those who have tested it. Another ca-e of long standing rhcuma-ti-ni was curtsl liv the use of Athlophoro-. that of Wm. Burns, -AM Kat Higli Street iringneld, Ohio Said Mrs. Burns ujkvj ls-ing a-kesl as to the rlieiimatism and the. t lire: " 1 had lieen a constant -utlerer from lntlanimntorv rheiiniati-m for tvventy-tlire-e years, until I ii-ed Atliloplioms, which L two years ago last April, sinee that time J h.iveiiot had any rheumatism whatever" Had you a liad attack -at the time you lists! Athlophoros' was asked Yes, my hands were very much swollen and I -tillered terribly, "but the Atliloplmros wa- very prompt in action and tflicicnt in result, that it was but a short time after 1 com menced its u-e K-fore I had relief, in fa,t one l.mle has cl'ectetl the cure. t first the medicine made me very sick, and deaf, and ttas verv hard to take, but I persisted with it and the disease passed olT with the bad cflects. Do you object to having your statement publishc-d' was asked. Not at all, I think it a grand, good medieine, an.' would certainly resort lo its u-e were I ever afflicted with rheumatism again. Kvery druggist should keep Vlliloidinrcu and Uhlophoros 1'iK-, but where they t-in-not lie IsMight of the tlniggist the Athlo phoros e'o, 11- Wall M., New nrk, tt. send either (carnage paid) on receipt e regilax price, which is Jl III per 1-ott.i lor Vthloplioros ami "0c. for Fill-. for liver mul ki-lney ill-eac-. dv-iep-m In I s-Mloti vteaWm . iitrrnu ilrl-llltv. iliseit-ei "f wo.mn. i,iiilijidtion tuaddthe Impure r-n-Mt ,vt vthlii-iin l'lll-sre untitialed 4 Is Life Worth Living? That depends ujioti the I.iver; for i i the I av er is niactiv e the vv hole sv stein is out of order -the breath is bid. digestion jsMir. head dull or aching, energy and hopefulness gone, the spirits are depressed, a heavy weight exist- after eating, with general despondency and the blues. The I.iver is the hoii-e-keeperof the health; and a harm less, -iinple remedy that acts like Nature, does not constipate afterward- or require constant taking, does not interfere with Im-iiieor plea-me during its u-e, makes Simmons I.iver Kegiilator a medical perfection. I have tested lts"Mrtues nersonallv. and know that lor iljtpeDsia. billlousne-s and tarobbing liemlaclie, it Is the best medicine tlie world ever saw. Have tried forty other r. - medles before Mmmons Liver Hei.-uIator.aiid nine of tlieiiiirateiiKirethanteniporaryrelief, but ttie Kegiilator not only relieved but cured. . u. u. jiises, .viacon, iia. Geuttlne lias retl . nn front of Wrapper. Best guarantee for Its buyer. j. it. ZKILIN- c)., Philadelphia. Pa. o rRoraiiTOM. rEicx.1.0O. JACOBS O FOR MAN AND BEAST. THE BEST REMEDY. I Im lit I for !lirf Complaint. N.rt .u.k. Unh MrtMf-j, 1 IT h th St, I N rL OM jytb. lv i It Kiit'stiue..'' itt ilaurfiittlijiu tii lii"! i t Hie ten lit turative quiahUf- ! -i JH.-..I.- oil. hav tiitc uilK.'vral -- of tin- -il in my tittlH, cmii -,afel) h it is thtrU-alliuiuuiit. Vl.MX JI.I'KlL?!'. Tlit ltfit Kit ltul lu Stable. iitutUmtu-i rati-" Mvt1'y.l'"'nellore-. 4c Ijllwa-tiT. I'lt.vriL 21. !-. tt-tvr, iSi.th A t th UMtiihus.se fM Jacobs Oil. 1 will 1 w ill tsriy ai iiitn U as ait) man, fur 1 wt II Lumv 11 1 lilt la.fc 1 vVT u-f.1 in my HHinn t'YKUdH.CULVlN. It -Seer l'ltlleil In aliiKlr In-ttiiiii r. ."ail I'lrgo, Cal .( t , I- fientli'intn It i a. ati-frliuu t ttftn lu inl a K'-i thinif Biidbut hu thing IU lut -'Ur -t Jarutt:. Oil to l. 1 ll-' u-tl it tor, an In my lafntly, aw U -u m rVrnm'.'aiHt taMt-. and It liat never fulfil ilia miflf in-tan- ctilot rit. nn; tliat iihiM n A-Mitmbly Iw t'X.t.. ut any reiiu-slj ..fil-.la--! W.1I lloLVltlUh. lieu 1 Agt. sL'oruuado JJviuh lo Kroin ftriiian -1-himp bnrkriir-.ls Mctlt-ivlM, is , l)r t J. !-!. Ynnr b tti rail liKlit. bt Jaculn Oil U ju-t what i &u abuut It. Itcuntlinefii tin 1 "1 lanifUu W. aIof frpntlu-i. It i- fn nn.-t thins ecriifil.n InrM- or tor uuiiiiii tx.-at. .V. UKAMifclL 0inioii of Ialr In llor-it. 1 r. - r'"wnIhiKh o Tniift TrifMnu i iid "T Jacub-t l)lai lh- Unt ili i, in t'i. u i hi for Djaiu ou Iioim. lt i h tfrtam irv. Jill TON" A. SCHMoYEU thf ciinir v.-JOLLLnco., nitim n m a f I f - i l ii Ml V Jar 1 I S t I i H TMffl I J lt i r , i i . . i h i it tf, it .i' i " ' ' pSTARCOUGHGUBP fltl i: FllOJI OPIATES AND I'OIaO.N. iOeti: QKCts. PROMPT. falU- AT DUlOt'.I-ITS AM) PKALrR. 1UK filAKLEa A. im.H1 till, BALT1X0KK, HD BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. c. K.CUKVEKSK, DSSTAL rABLOBS. Hooraa 5 4 6. Mitchell Block T.A LEWIS. DKTIST. S. E Cor. .Mala and Market Sts. w. II. SMITH, uTuur tcaiki) tiitu ctrriD WITHOri TA X, Matontc BnllilltiK. JOB PRINTERS. Hs. I.I MltoCKKl.,vand,7 Area le. Print er. Engraver and FashloDabla btatlouer Wedding goods and calling cards a speclaltT. UNDERTAKER. TIT A. C1KOS3 & CO.. USIKKTAKEItJ. ' if t Office and VVareroora, IS W. Mala st. i Restdencelrt W.llutn si. BOOK BINDERS. JOIIS.SO.N ii 1)1) UN K, UIIIUlirTHII t birrzttA son's B0O1 B1XDXBT, 170 West Cnlumbin. street. General Coo' Binders and Blank Book Manu facturer. J. IMS SONS (rf-ll-MBfls-S 11 tttS"" Palace Meat Market' HaniHoMfHt and beit fulpped I'.itly Meat MarKft in tti State I!?t litre f. Mutt-m eal. Lamb and fait fits t b liad atiiwhTf Custom mice iMinrri always retalneU S AM) 10 SOI 111 HAKKHT ST. N. E. C. WHITNEY, Sollcltorof American and Foreign PATENTS AND courvs IZTJIOTl i all riltsr hi mas Room 5 Arcade Building, SI'ISIJs'OFIKL.U. . llranrh leenr!r: Washington, D.C., Lon ton, Knit.; Paris. France. 1. 1 A. BLOUNT Would respect lull y announce that he has resumed the practice of Dentistry la mis city. Offlce and Resilience: No. 185 South Limestone St sale of ItomW. ' VOTUK It hereby RUen that the city ol I lN prtiiKt.ell.tlil. will ofler foriale tu the f h'Khett audut-Hi nidiier at the council ch.ini berlu said city, on Tuesday, the Jbtli fUy of iiril. iK.l-'.sit o"cliMk p m . the InrndH -if naidcltytt the amount of one hundred and fifty thouoand 1 nj dnlUr of the denonu nation f one thousand l 0 v dollars, each to bear t' per rent per annum interest, payable Heim annually, at tne u.nceoi me cay treas urer in till city, or at the Importers and Traders National bank in en rk ritvaat the option of tlie bidder thereof, on the flrst ; days of Marel aud eptemhenn each year, un til the pantent of the principal thereof. -ald hsinds to be coupon bonds -aid ttouds to he is i sued for thf purpose "f nhtainttu; means for ! the pijinent of thecost of ercttinK a market1 house nnd city offices, and of procuring the necessary real rstate as a site tlierelorand ap- , proache thereW. "- for market spare, ild j bonds to be due and payable as follows Kit teen thousand dollars ou the 1st day of ep tenitwr. r?a and fifteen thousand dollars on the 1st lUy of September in each lear there after until the whole amount is paid, and w hen sold are to be taken and paid for by the purchaser thereof lu rasli.at the office of the cit treasurer in tnis city, at sucii times and In such amounts as the city couiiftl shall from timeto time, by refolutbm, design ite, and as, the needs of the city shall re-run. Uids for the purchase of said bonds may be i filed in writing with the city clerk at any time prior to the time ahoe namM for the sale of I said bonds, and bids, either verbal or in wi j fltn;. will be reteied by said couin.il on said i Jhth day of April, at . o'clock p. m.. nhen all! bids will be considered by the city council. and i said bonds will be sold at not less than par . n!ueand accrued interest, subject to the con dition hereinbefore et forth, to thehiirhest ' and best bidder. By order ol council. i J.S.SHEWALTEU. TJbs CityClerk. (Juardiau's Sale. In pursuniu'e of an order of the 1'ruh.nte rnurt of t'l trk county. Dtilo. iiiHde tin the Jbth .lay of March, l 17. In the ease of K t, i.il.gii.irill.iii i-f Cora h. Hits and John tteorge litis, against tils said wards, ttie undersigned will on the 11th day of Vprll, V. J. ls-T. at 2 o'tlnekp.m., on the premises, offer at public -ale the folltovlugdescrllied real estate, situ ate In the city of Springfield, t'lark county. Ohio, to wit Thirty three lots, numbered from 4,?) to J.siMneluslTe, as the same are ' numbered and designated on a plat of addl- thin to the said city of Springfield laid out by I said guardian of said wards by the order of said court In satdcase and recorded In Dlat , book z. page in I Terms of -ale: One-third cash on the dav nf sale, one-third in oneand one-third lu two years from the day of sale, to tie secured by mortgage on the premises sold aud the de ferred payments to bear Interest at the rate of ti per cent, per annum, payable annually. K. a. JJIAL. (luardlan of CiiraK. litis and John (Jeorge lllls. ttmmm " J i-,1 S l f. j". fi. & J mmmmi, - JdLl l:f .-tsTl- WE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF CARPETS LACE CURTAINS vxn WINDOW SHADES THIS SPRING Ever received by any one house in this city, which will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. JONES &. SON, CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE STREETS. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING BRUCE, HAUK & GO. Are showing this season the largest and most com plete line of Clothing ever offered in this city. All new shades in vogue, for all ages, for all sizes, for every day. school or Sunday wear. CONFIRMATION SUITS! All Grades, all Styles, all Prices. We always aim to do our best that we may fully deserve a good patronage. NOVELTIES IN SPRING OVERCOATS AND WAISTS. BRUCE, HAUK & GO. POPULAR CLOTHIERS. tjW yVawtiflljjiWI nfliMnBi ksi 'US i s P-sGs-Hk'sSi 3 FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the place. 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam. BU GOAL FOR BASE BURNERS OP WHELDON & MERRILL, Corner Mecli iiiic an I Washington St., Springfield, 0. tti-Teloplitint" rsTo. ,.--l BUY YOUR COAL OP AjQjXji S.IjVIS, cje HLITCHKISS. CAREY & CO. 107 LINDEN AVE., CORNER MONROE ST. TELEPOONF. w & J PLUMBERS. Gas and Steam Fitters SEWER PIPE RUBBER HOSE, Steam Fitters' Supplies, &c. 2i South Limestone St. no. air, r- f V :jfr - IV-,,'. Lis Ci -j!?. -2. 3l "-. ; m