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nfitatriBLlO, SATtJilCAV EVENING, SEJTfcMBKR 3. 1887.
- & -S3J .s -.va 1 && -H.'--.. &1 3 KIEWS WHITE RussiaN The onlj hnml of Laundr Soap ntvanied a first diss mesial at tlio New Orle-uis I i-illoiL tiinrnn tessl absolute It put, and for general household purpose s I-. the tort tvs SOAR Springfield jScpublu ETEXINU AX WEEKLY; Thr Kl PI 111 II prints the !! li.rlan.l West, rru tssmljtenl Press tlisnalrlirs ! Ilir l.rutcr I. al'V turo-lcn Trlrcram. NICHOLS. rtt must TIIIK. I.. llKOWV SlC V ASllTkhC SPaiftSFIElO P0BL.5IIIIE GOJM&T, Publishers and Proprietor. TUB ITKMXa IlKPl IIIAC Is published every evening eiceut Sunday, and Is deUv eredat tee rate ot 10c per week. single copies 2c. tiik n kk.klt KH'iim to Is published eeri Thursday, and ts one of the most com plete, family newspapers la the country: eight paees. markets complete Hepiete sella ne and miscellany. II per fear. Invariably cash In advance. All communications and contributions should be addressed to Cliitov M Nichols. edltor.anlall tuslues letters to Thomh U Uaova. manager. REPUBLIC Hl'ILDIXG, SPRINOFIEI.II. OHIO. Telephone !Co. S30. STUR0Y EVENING. SE'TEWBER 3. 1887. HEPUBLIGRN STATE TICKET. Oloternor. J 1! rOIeAhbR Lieutenant clove rnor. U t LAOS suprene Judge long term . W ! T M'E K- supreme Juice short termi. r J IHtkXUN. -tite udltnr. E W 1'OK State Treasurer, J.dUUJttS. -msJmaf, r - .asaBttjaHML1LLHVHVPl9PafiLL '-JrTr'lnL-fVnisssiilssssssssssssssssliss e- I " "- - A-f l.fM T ,-. t, X IEF.IUHI -MITT TIMET. Representative, GEOKtiE C. KAWLIXS. Probate Judge. J01LV C. JlILLtF. Auditor. O F. SERVIbS. Clerk. JAMl 11. RABDITTt I Recorder. S A.TODD. Corjmlslou'r W.H.-Ti.KnhTT. Inflrmiry Director. JOBXM. STEWART. Covoer. J.M.IStNXETT. Young republicans! I'lease step up to tlie front. We propjse ti ce'ebrate Labor Daj, Monda), by laboring We are glad to Irani from lirmhtmt that the busine of the countrv is mi protinc. The Columbus Dit-ixitcli showed its kind ness and consideration in not printing Ter rill's "portrait" until after he w as hanged. Tlie B. &. (). nilroad is to !e sold, after all. The Wetem Union will take the tel egraph line and the Pullman compan) its sleeping and parlor car. Cur old friend, .1. Park Alexander. is to represent the Akron district in the state senate. We are glad to know that he was nominated b acclamation. Mr. Chamberlain conies to America about the end of October. When lie sets here lie mil hud that the American people do not approve of his desertion of Mr. dladstone. It is now rumored that Lamar will go on the supreme liencli ind that ixteotcrnor I'attison, of l'eniisjUania. will sucieed Lamar in tlie cabi'itt. I'.itt!sm is a good man i mi roiyr nut nihil nuts. Jlmh interest is felt in preuliers, and in what the) i, outside of tlie Im'fl! folils of nlmh the are the liep'ienl". The lion chunh eoiui; people have a meat deal of resixxt for them as a diss at d we feel sine that larte numb rs of them could be gath ered Into Mitim one of the several folds if therinht course were taken h) the jireicli ers. lo legin witli, in tue a of sp.t itica tions, weinav saj that outsiders are imf interesteil in thet ITorts ot such pica -hers .is se in to be ilevotlni; their llorl, sole!), to the bullditiK up of their own church and their personal rtputatioMs and prospeUs To build up a local church is a giHHl thiiiR so far as it goes, but the minister of the gospel who stops there comes far short of dut and privilege I hen, outsiders tare nothing whatever about theories or set tanan dogmas Keallj the most attrutivr storj in the world for the masses of nou church going eo.le is the story of the go"iel I'reacliers who disguise the rospel with line, ornamental sermons ostensibl) about other tiling, and who smuggle in little bits of truth, in their efforts to win outsiders, make a great mistake. What the ptop'e of the world need and like is a straight, sin pie. i"i aiulterated gosp 1. On no other siipposi tion can the drawing otialities of bpurgeon. Mood). Talmage and olh ers, be accounted for. The most fas mating tale that the universe has ever known, or will ever know, is the stoi) of the birth, the life, the death and the resur rection of Jesus Christ, and those preachers who neglett II to spin theories and con struct tlieologu al s) stuns of their own. aie not preachers of the (lospel, vvlntever Use the) ma) prov e to be, and the) are wast ing their tune. And those preai hers who preach an) particular kind of moralit), or sjK"cialt) in morals, or theories of reform m place of the (!ospel, make a vet) fatal mistake. The preacher of the (Sospel should take the world as his parish. The mi.M of an) one man, in an) pjrt of the world, should be held as previous to him as the soul of the choicest member of his tlo-k. Ills pur pose should lie to win all men ami evirj mm ever)wliere to the truth There is a large host of men who believe in the principles of Christlanit), and adopt them as tlu ir rule of Iife.who are not in churches but ought to bt; in tin m, and church pto pie pistors and inembeis should do the"" best to remove obstructions from the pitu of these persons and wm them within church lines. The) would be greitl) helped b) chunh surroundings and in fluences, and the) would greatl) help the ehunhes. It is not wisp to be tco mnli troubltd about the oithodox) of these people. If the) believe 'a Chris tianil) and wish to enter upon a life of Christian experience and work, tin ir ortho dov ma) beer)safel) left to take tare of itself. All men should be asked, not to Lc come Methodists, or Lutherans, or l'resb) teruns, or Baptists hut siinpl) to put themselves in an attitude of alleitiouate obedience toward (!cd, and that the) ma) know something of the character of the Sjprt me Ueing. thei should be asked to .. .. ii .... . , .. - the WftS 111-11 '"V ,. - '. and DtdUpd. and Ut S andSeir-tacrltlcsfQi UrexMd- lers, and crowned all bT'dvinj; for Inen for his enemies. The noliorof Uie vMvtaTr-prt:acner filjoi m isu f u) Soiipifi-A'-hU storj very snort. Be ahonld nixe men to look at this Christ and to tr) to be like linn! That is to sa) with a loval and affectionate purpose to enter upon a life of love, devotion, iinWli-hness and stlf-sacn h(e for the good of others. Whatever an) one ma) think that he believes about Chris tian doctrines there is no doubt that if the teaching of Christ were universal!) accept ed and his example universally followed this world would be in itself a heaven Preachers should get down to first princi ples in Christianit) and sta) there: And their fellow-Christians in their own folds should do the same. We have a great deal o' what is called Christlanit) in the ..orld L-t us have something better and more el-fe-tlve something that is alwa)s genuine a id effective namtl). Christlikeness' look at Him as he flesh- riir ili'm ix tut ii. uti.iTK 'I he gfllllne dude, who Is nothing else or more, gois w!l with the ig in tie of com merce. Both are frauds An uiilneiit nuthorit) his given a deliuitlon of a cigir as i roll of tobucowith t lire at one end ami a fool at the other I his is funii but liardl) just. Nmiever) Miisibln men have smoked cigars, some of them i)ssih) tor good reasons Ciitainl) all nun who get at one end of a cigar are not fools The) mav 1 a little foolish- or ma) not be o do not assume to (Its In e. But the reil, t)pual dude: who runs entini) to clotlns and to what he conieives to lest)le, who spends the hours when lie issiipjiostd to be awake, or if we should use. a uioretoti s, rvative phrase, whin he is not sound asleep, in smoking the fi"iudulent cigarette of commerce, which does not contain real tobacco but an adti'ii ritnl substitute, is at least a moderate te of the imbis ile class. But one. in forming his estimate, should lie sure of his dude, or he might make a striotis mistake. Not vtr) good looking mau who wears well titling girments whose coat is a ihkmii in cloth and whose trousers a s)mphon) in cassimere-is a dude. Nunc men of line and broad cul ture and of excellent seiisw war clothes that fit t'lem. aiifl illustrate their practical wisdom b) dome it. But thelrgii.i.ents are just nice enough not too nice and the) are not all t! ere is of them I he) have scutum nt. con science. gtod impul-es, generous notions, intt Ilcvt, stiuding, char?"ter and are lc ii erill) s)iinnetricil, nientiU), niorall), so ciall) and spiritual!) clean, will cb eloped, maul). 'Iluse are the fp'ihest off jHissihle from dudes. The) ae. on the other hand, ,ibout the higliest st)Ie ot men good fellows, well dressed and line look ing 'I he n one should be sin-,. ()f , cigarette. If lie must sin ike it, .it all. let him get rice paper and curl)cut" t bicco someihing approaching tine-cut. but which Is made of the purest andhnest llavonsl Ubacco in the market, and linnufa-ture hlsowa cigar ettes If he can acquire the knar, of making them aristicall), lie uiW demon strate that lie is b) no means n fool, and he ma) lie sure th it there is no opium In It. He ma) be a little off as to pract leal wis dom in devoting his mind to a ptitsiiit of this kind and in smoking even genuine to bacco, purel) for the pleasure of the thing, but he is no idiot. Whatever is to be done at all should be well done, and keen, !n-cisivecrit!"- should disc riuiiuite and tr to avoid making mist ikis and cIcm i Justice As to the genuine. brai"V-s ci id and the cigarette of civiiuui iti, we m) well sa) that the) should bo h ft to consume ea-h otlii r, feeling well issiired that if each doe's its worst no harm comes to c o n- IllU'llt). Captain Daniel A Murp'iy, a tef-ian union MiMier, is the man who edited ami published the fri'iiiiic at OiiiviUo. K)., a number of veirs, an I wis ilitld, brave, persistent allocate) of republica'i pri ici ples, on the "dirk and blond) grojnd He has, however, removed his TVi'iiiuc to Findla). Ohio, and the paragraphs giv below- shevvv that he I m i i .. s s a rnirsu-.r r good, practical political sense: IflwYaMiaortbar tooth lores his na tive state atere tnaa he dees the TT. s . tion, he Is not a patriot and, totrefora, not REV. WILLIAM H. WARREN. Ileitr lie. nuel (Lloerley Sitciit Tlilr Sum. tiler se hi line. To the 1 lltorot the Republic Having promised )yu, some vveks ago, i few jottings from ni) pnioisl outing, here is the tiillillment of tint promise. 'Ivvoof us set out together. Ik ntou Imditig as much of re-creation and refreshment as coold well lecrowdesl Into the little more thanl.vo wesj-ks which itwasoiirexpestationto spend aw iv tiom home Our route b) rilnnd loat w.is from t n (iniiatl to N'ew oru nut Boston None of the varnus roits to the sra lean! pre-euleil re alerailrai i ns II an that, with wh'h jour re ade rs I a.e Men made familiar o l for mer occasions, over the hesipe ike pud Ohio railrm 1 to Newport News fuel Old Point Coiufoit I hei eeiiii) i ong the Ka unlit. N'ew river and (Sreep hritr alle)s is be tut i flit hejoiid descrip tio i. 1 1 iei outlook fiom the observation car, which is ad u lied to the rear of the train nt Kanawha ra'ls. Is as fascinating as Ihe urst tn.ie we traveled over this route Tlie windings of the river and the track are such, that mil- h of the time the moun tains seem to shut us in so closel) In the dire turn from which we have come, that there apiMPrs to be no wa) into the beau tiful valle) where we are speeilme along the banks of the rushing mi uiitalti stream, and soelosel) in front of us tint there see ms to lie no wa) out of it For a long distance as we alternate 1) w itch the teld) iiigciiireut hnii)ing ami tiimbliin: over its rock) bed beneath us, and the mountains towering far above us, tlee hanging views are most pic lure-.pie and beautiful. As wegradiull) reach a higher altitude and approach the far famed White Sulphur springs, we come into the region of man) summer resorts The cle ir, br.ic'ng mountain air. cool enough as evening ap pro u lies to make outside vvnp-i comfort able, is in marked contrast to the he it before leaving home Pissmgthe summit of tills range, t nn through the valle) be)ond and over the summit of the succetsling range, we enter the far fame I Shenandoah valle). Of eas) access to the south is the wonderful naturil bridge, and to the north the famous Lura) caverns As we cross the summit of the thirel mil easternmost range of this mountain s)Steiu, the "valle) of Virginia in all its wondrous beaut), lies before Us. stretching as far as the e)ee.m reach 'I his view must lie sesjn to be ap pro lated The mail) points of historic interest, wh eh add greatl) to the attractions of tins route, must be paved b) without even brief mention Biclimond. too, where, more than ail) otl er cit) of the south, is to be found much which Is of peculiar interest to ever) traveler, cannot be given more than a passing notice Dajs could M spent here and on the battle-helds. which can be esd) readied Ironi this jHii.it, wherese-enes occiirresi both in colonial tunes and in more recent di)s which till volumes ot our natioual histor). As wo speed on our wa) down the penuisiili, we am iv ullv reminded of the scnes of McClellan's campaign along that same route1. Willi iius burg. that epiaiut old coloni ii capital, w ilh Jamestown and its old church tower in ruins, onl) 'even miles aw i), its bitlleheld hard bv. piesent to the visitor much which is of cleeptst lnteresL Newport N'ew llMer-sl'iir I eller Y ruin Sfntitue ket. To the 1 lltorot the Rep Uillc Nvx . e-hOT Ni ei,, Aug. Jl) We were told b) Mr. Prentice Mulford last evening that n icket Island is the mil) island on the ic"-;h United States coast wh'ihis enti'el) 'soiated out of sHht of ! d. Ilk the wi), .Vr. Vul'ord is Oinp'ng oiut he" 111 l ipn-t e'-ors'ctl Icos'ig tnt, rid rire.ciids with the N'ew to-k ii. .' He del vereel a net e'e"v''t'il le- e na "OM 'liiiics in N't tie ket," wlent'ie s unci was a g.ea. wha g j vt. The Its-le e was toil o ill,, h ( . ,tib e DON'T FORGET i II ! Hi lie . let, soppieeel ' ti e fist'dlois 1 I. a i) ine, nliirli Vvn' - e liiuziilgl) ie I si i, 1 t it Ii i i cmpM, bui t n.a'iM) b the .,m I'st'-is' s. b-" p'.io i. We wne a h o ' an I e I e, as t i osi. ir, is-1!! i. 'ICt 'llsll K't t'sl ii , t I t" e .. n .. r st, a lev is'KtnitK, I ti e I s 'ois .i d tn-e w. e--, de'jri"s) ro I a -el l trie r r .lit its x,,t. a ato') V;'i'i ha. ao. es to le a batl 'ng t i-I w.n.ii l ah i :t r; : hti; a tine. Innd s tijii ; Knni'eiiiD In 1'i'ckerln k"rs a s ri psl.er. II-.h i met a pt'.i of )i ( oli-s, il e git's w "i ttlt'.e' limber te Imt jsnicJ on tie bik ol t'ieir i ks I i in pli e be p rs df oiated w h ma, . a se lu.1 s or cbVken'iw'PK. V .lie' c pi e ef '- we-d: a )rung ii -iwlil tiiii'vi ulafwl ! tlminel suit, kit. bt "lie i sUt'ij. n't" balrtJ pir fe 'jr of m lences in a tourist c"at, wlias h It dangles, a -a lor in a sea jacket, wlo c vet a slow wink to a comrade is he enters, expre-sive of the oonilcalit) ot the 'itiallnn in whHi he t "-Is himself i"ucng 'O inn) swells It it what is , his a low murmur of o.ls aooioial 's leard. A ladv inelaborate toilet f Iupi down the nave. Velvet d'est ihe -'et.es e?n over a bare arm, ti'.i lai d with cord from shoulder to wrist, 3 tisitr rnnu't. Butst.e is tl" mil) olTnd t'i; 11 e rrt p' us ranging In in i,n' t street c stone ' evei) vaiar which it is r-ossi-b'e 'o. tlie silt ,er to ii sp're". Tre time for thon'nen mei.t of the lecti re it an ii'iui ""til hv te nrgine of a tell. Wild ex-ite..irnt pietaiN tVher? is the tell. We L k op st the c 'b.ig. pnd time pear tl e w dowser-eitethe r ne-ks out Mid re Io' i at a l)- c urof 1 for Ihe occrtsloo. is ere'e 1 !' toe .in! Tli's mori'ieg I e ok a " o'clock wa'kcu the b"a r, viciid 'a gosi er amlover slices, for n r feig ti ,M) was dens, and the wind r. -k" the I " se ami if we havegood leek we ii n wd-iess a gle within twent) fou I im ."i ! oxii ehasll.vith the altair tvleim in) llD . I linl diwn "Miell stret-i'ir ot llttie so- or.t villige. and wo'i id abo it thiviiigh 1 of the few nar row svui I tiit;s. (ualn est, epieerest of m lacfsis h'i. sft of ti ti.iiginal hsher ineii s 'n ts wit.i tloir c n and two ce ntur) i'MiUI'mih theo , seme rpdis.l"el by t e oivtii'Ms, if-? sulo s. w0 tlre to ' the to vn .is Sviti ko-t is . ailed here, to avoid theclv visitnis who pos-f-s thelrbeach and i't luerlnws during the summer. I ev do not cue to be elisaected b) jour nalists in setr.-h o' materal. andcatrchised bv c urists with nnappetitefortlieiimi-ual Soue of their o-ottages are rente I and most of thenevv. cominolioits citteesare Hampton. Old Point Comfort. Norfolk, ) uwlt in chise iinitatlotisof their stvle The' Dr. ALBERT J3LTT THE LAGONDA HOUSE. TOMORROW M MONOAY. WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING S ES! a food eitlz?n. The war In America (a not over, unit --ftflmrrttoiivrr trie renm, oe..pie the nation and slander its heroes Hear u, patriot', noilh and south! When the rebels have elicteel Ceneral rltzlmgli Lee governor of Virginia, and lleneral John B. Gordon governor of (leorgia. and Oeneial Sinion B Buckner governor or Keiituckv. their part) organs Mildl) ask us to bur) the U. b. A. bln.l) shirt. We tell these releels and their allie-. verv kind!) that the onlv wa) to bur) the c.o -i uiocu) suiri in ims counir) is to put the C. S A. dirt) shirt in the bottom of the state, ic-i fu tliemclti ulth nil tlmr ore e h fuilic, and lc t us nII Stone moun tain on top of them and unfurl the stars and stripes from the top of the mountain nd. until this is done, vveshill resolutel) stand bv the LT. S A. blood) shirt and sa lute it! "Cabno'et," (Mr. E. A. Morgan, of tl e IlU'l in tc local staff), has beeome a regu lar contributor to the Tcj-h .sifliwi, of New York. He is one of the genuini, spontaneous and unique newspaper humri ists of the countr). and we are glad to -re the talent and genius of one of "our bo)s" recognized in tlie leading humorous joun al of America. Bishop William Logan Harris, of the MethodM Lpiscopal church, eiied in New York, Frida) afternoon. He had recent!) returned from Liverpool. Bishop E G Andrews, now presiding over the Methodist conference at Mechanicsbiirg. O .will prob- a'il) pnach the funeral sermon. The ser vices are exjieeted to be held at St. Paul's church, corner Tvvent) -second street and 1- ourth av pnue. on Tueda). The bishop was born In Mansheld, O. N'ov ember t. lsiT. He received a classical education at Norwalk seminar). He liegan his ca rter as a minister in lstn In Is,(, in became the principalof Baldwin imiver-it) at Berea. O In 1S51 betook charge of the State unit ersit), academic department, at Delaware, O. In lsoO he was elected as sistant secretar) of the Missicmar) society, which position he held until chosen tiisl op, in 1ST.: He was a man of tine ph) sicjue. He had circiimnav lg ited the glov e and t is ited man) lands in the interests of the mis sionary work, which developed greatl) after tie became bishop TIIK Tlllltl) I'lllTT X MISS Kill. SKTTS. A recent letter from Boston, from Bev. J. I- Scott, anJ appearing In the St, Louis EntwjrlM. contains the following: "Last ) ear (lssj)) the thinl part) in Massachu setts had 7,000 votes. One of the two great parties had pledged itself to submit to the people acoiistitutional amendment in a form of prohibition. But the thinl party people, with their usual ardor, assisted in defeating fifteen candidates for the legislature who would hat e v cited for the proposed amend ment When the legislature called up the bill it lacked four of the necessary number t j pass It- A clerg)iuan fro-n Andover was one of the four. Xovv the same old warcr) is raised, We cannot tiust either of the old parties.' Strange reform that censures an organization for not doing a certain tiling when the ter) means b) which it was to be done are stolen aw a). It is a fact that in the four states where temper ance has achieved success this third part) has never had a respee table existence. In thrts? of these staters the eople wisel) com pelled one of th" great ptrties, and in one. the other great part), to pass and execute p-ohibitor) laws Such reform in our state (Massachusetts) is under the present man agement impossible. Affairs are like!) to drift on until Boston controls the state, and then, farewell, ever) restriction on mm" The forego ng is well put The tme and practical prohibitionist should at all tmi-s put himself in a position to advance the in terests of his cause, b) all honest means When the reoublicaus give him an oppor- tjnit) to secure the constitutional amend ment which ne is seeKing, ne snnniii co operate with them to that end He can mil) mtnifest his honest) and sense b) so doing If he hnds that the democrats are willing to go a certain length in his direction, he should commend and encourage them in that line, and refrain from abusing them because the) eio not go further. Ihe verv place where a real and sensible prohibition ist can do the ter) least for his cause is In the ranks of the prohibition party, which as a part) has never closed a saloon or re formed an inebriate. A ver) valuable l'ttle book, and one of great interest to all Ohio people, is Mrs. I A. AMennm's ' Centennial Souvenir of Marietta. Ohio " This lad) Is tlie wife of Mr E IL Alderman ami mother of his sons, who, with him. are jolntl) the owners of the Marietta HigMi r. The bonk has one hun dred pages, m which is given the histor) of Ohio for a hundred )ears, and is issued that the pnbhc mat know something be forehand of the great event that is to lie cel ebrated in Marietta this fall It treats in a concise wnv of the "First Settlement of the Northwest Temtor)," of the "Founding of the State and its Admission as i state," "The Ohio Compan)'s Purchase-." with nap, "The Defenses of the Frontier, illustrated with the three garrisons. Campus Martius, Kill, Foit Harrison, 17S1, and Farmer's Castle. Belpre, Oil Marietta in 17'iJ. then comparative!) new. Marietta in 1S37, closing with an lute re'sting article on Mound cemeter), illusfated, with much local histor). entertaining to those who know someth tig of Marietta or anticipate VMtlng this tirst settlement during its cen tennial ) ear. 1 he author is a ver) bright and interesting woman and we doubt not that the book is as interesting as it is per manent!) valuable. The price is lift) cents in paper and event)-hve cents in "stiff boards in cloth and gold." Address Messrs Alderman & Sons, Marietta, Ohio. There is a gooni deal m this editorial par agraph, from the Akron Utiirvn President Ha)es attended the Wheeling reunion not me rel) as an liouore d guest, but as a member and officer of the Ami) of West irginia, re-electeel )earbv)earb) his comrades because the) respect and trust him With ln title respect for the dignit) of the high office he held with su h nlgnai success, the ex-president took no part in the iiolltical discussion, in an) wa). shape or manner, but that did not restrain Gov ernor Wilson from heaping bitter partisan aouse upon mm even in ins ver) presence. For this as well as other wild words. Wil son well earned the thrashing Forakergave him. with perfect pirllainentar) politeness. I Gosrport nav) )ard, have been so fullv de- senneii on lormer occisions and jour nailers are so f imiliar with the iiiinv facts and events of thrilling interest iusepaiahl) I connected with these points on the Vn i giuia coast, that we hasten past them to take Ditssaire on one of tlie stnnnele ,ml L-iveu .. .. ..-. :..r" -:: : s evc atictTYi " - '-...,..v., -,iV -... MH 1 llt'. As we pass out of Hampton Koads after Cat iaii me ngnt house and thebrilllintlv tttna.tn.I.J It- . . ... . oiuiuin.uisi ii)geia notei at Old Poi.it station present a most attrac tive spectacle This hotel, the fa mous summer resort for people from the .OUtn, and -v inter resort for people fiom Uixawumreuntwitvi msju&k does today. Leaving all this behind, we pass between the lights of Capes Charles huh iieur), aim are soom out at sea. On our return trip we shall repass all these points b) da) light The next da) we are speeding on our wa) along the .New Jerse) coast We pass in sight of Atlantic Cit), the famous sum mer resort forPhiladelphiapeople. Further up the coast are Oc-an Beach, AsbiT) Park. Ocean Grote. Elberon. Lonir Itmnnli and other well known watering places From the deck ot our steamer is jMiintcd out the cottage, which stands out In full view, where the lamented Garheid spent the last hours of his life. It is evening as we enter. New York harbor. We pass Bed loe's Maud, where stands Bartholin's tol- ossai statue ot "Libcit) Enlight ening the World." holding its oniiianti) illuminated torch on high The lights along the whole length of Brook l)n bridge are clearl) seen These, to gether w ith the man) colored lights on the ferr.v boats and other craft in the harbor, the lights along the streets and in the buildings of Brookl)n, New York ami Jer se) Cit), present brilliant and mod i n pressive spectacle. On our retu'n trip to Xorfoik all tlier-e objects of Interest will be seen b) da) light Twoda)sare spent most delightfull) in New tork At the tune of our visit there the weathur was charming, the heate.1 sea son having pass,, b). Some of the pleas antest recollections of our sta) in the metropolis are in connection with our meet ing with our former Spritigheld friends. vir. tjiunc) a. IVtts ami famil). Their pleasant home is situated upon the Jerse) fit) hij.h'auiN, overlooking Xew York harbor and the Btrtholdi statue, with Un titles of Brookl)n and Xew Wk in iciii view. rrom .xew iork w took an evening boat for Xew Have.t t m sending a da) or two with friends In oneetlug of the lull towns of Connecticut, we hr'J'0en tenet! on to Boston. Here tendvswc e most delightfull) spent with fnei d's in tl iinmeeliite limit) and in visiting placuienrV which were familiar tu one of our numb ted to in tlie )ears gone b). and which wi eijuall) full of present interest to the ottestone er, such as ranueil h ill, the old st r "' M !0 house from which ro) a! edicts were issui,'l"."li' before the revolution. Buuker Hill mong , very inent and Harvard college. Tlted to 1 must not tiespass uion ) our space even mention the attractions of our reti Sunday trip to Xew York b) the Fall river line ft , m steamers and on the Seneca, the new.-: i. m and fastest boat of the Old Dominion lf cordl to Norfolk. The trip has been one of I tense delight, crowded full of refreshiiieU.eT' ?; and good cheer every step of the wa). Vtf,bath mine oeiween ;ne interior and Xew Yo rlntentl fi'nniest. inct impossible to iong pe. e ituiie alMle, shincled al! over with grav. ' weather woin shingles. (skmg as if the) were clad in hsh scales, vvdh the oddest ' w iiiiows vviiicii look o rcss e) e il at ) on. or w,nk at )ou with one eve. The Utile shed additions 1 ng the ground closelv. so thai U sj-r-jluju. ma) notcarr) them aw a). One, bv mess- What a terrible tight there was between Clark and Cliaiupaigu republicans, on tlie da) of the senatorial convention: How Clark did pa) off Champaign for her wrong doings of former ) ears ' Tlie delegates of the two counties rushed at each other with open arms, and evidentl) tried to hug each other to death And then Clark went solid I for the Champaign man and he was nomi- Clause press I he lUe is now real!) metro- natt'1 bj ai'claIn'',t10"- 'N'" republican iH.litai. in dimensions, character and en.nt dissension for ) oil, gentlemen of thedemo- Ilon Elmer White Is the editor and Mr. or N'ew England presents as man). oc"an:ln" varieei auracuoiis to one who Is seekinf week or two or healthful rest and chani, "5 Nor is there ail) route where the st evening amount or mone) spent will bring lartcr returns. Ever) one who tries it will evict Rev to go again aud will commend it to' hoot at friends, while all will find that the half TY V. its attractions have not been told. August J'lth, IS57. W. II. W. ureinent. was only four feet fiom ground to rooi on me lowest side of the sloping roof. Tim names of the ri'sidences are talked o'er the ,i,),rs of the colt tge-i. names sK lo I hi the whims of the rcitv k-iiuhiN Mere the) ce "The iicliori.'e." Kot hi i 'nt" 'msi Marina," "an'ckwa- lUU'-o I it.'.'eJ ' Lst;e 1'etniit." "Kansas fe t" 'Hii'se.,f lords, I7"i." "Ishibdii " ' Nona itm.i ' I'lifion Cotim,.." "iiroira VilM ' iKi.iatit li'ge.' "Au'd Lang Svne 17sj 'iieritmie. ' "Svsrtatoka." "The Keef." Sil.ililand." "1'olnok." "K '.llerGiaoge " "The Orient." "tas cutas." "Bright side," "Ihe Xutshell." ".M l 'esilll- ll elll." The sonitv here is all that eniihl be de sired 'I ne p'ace is so elift cult of access that exeu. sinus have never foun 1 it. It is so ipuet that loud people do not come. Even where ton hear the hicb-b-ed ac cent ot Boston and X'ew York, the respect able tones of Brookl)n, the naught). )et wholeviulfd. southern sat Washington eeiipliisia, and mee with inviriahle and hn- tidcoiirtes). Thooiingg rlsaie nrettt. spiru-ii swimmers, animated tennis pla)-Pi-s, flirting with a e!elica"T and incrimina tion which in a stud), taring their peach and cream complexions to tlie wind and pnv and sun, )et lajies, in spite of peeled nose-t and burned hands. Eminent profes sois 'te hate too, men who are known wherever literature and science obtain, wnosegravit) and reverend characters are onlj disguised to the sight b) thegrotesque ness of their set attire, for their hais are shocking, their trousers are Lai's), their colortd shirts be'ie them. One of them told us at supper last ttveninir thi he had been spending the dat in hunt ing the re onler of the neighboring t'llage ioriraceoi ms ancestors wno lltedalout heie. He had a list of the names and date or bi'th and death, from father back to the ancestor, who was born in lrt.M Think now thorough!) American' A friend of ills taught !!nr) Ward Beecher and Dr. Stone, at Amiierst college. He sa)sthat it. stowe alvta)s knew his lesson, but H'"rt AVait.'ii(ln. tli-n if came to Pawtueket K. I , lad). Hooil's a rilla is sold h) all druggists. SI a I' six bottles for S".. Ie"', rful The coinage for August was SrtOjl -and S".lo5 000 silter. the n to JtT rvv ' tne C thinrjrit- vvj life are sorrow four alone on account of Dyspepsia, jnie Dyspepsir Tablets will cure D. the Indigestion and Constipation; so positive guarantee at 25 and SO Frank II. Coblentz, corner Mar High streets. ugh i and it. ,om- ace nil Ost !e. lid to is n. si- iere ir- Is. SRg?. Wfiats!?!- One 56-inch Expert Columbia, nickled. - - S75 00 One 55-inch Columbia Light Roadsther 87 Patern, SII5 00 One 54-inch Challenge, nickle, S75 00 One 52-inch Challenge, enameled, - - - $70 00 One 52-inch Sansaperill, full nickel, - - S70 00 One Safety Bicycle. $75 00 L. IF. OXiIDS & BRO, NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET. All The new Toleelo l!e made its appearance Fndiv evening, in a ter) handsome t)po- I graphical dress It was printed on a new A Triiil liT.lurr. The great American jur). the people, have rendered a unanimous verdict in favor of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Portative Pellets, tlie standard reined) for bowel and stomach disorders, billiousiitsjs, sick headache, diz ziness, constipation and sluggish liver. The C'niago winners were Barne) Lee Lenian, D)er, Glen Fisher and l.etei Clark. 1 cratic part). 'I here is a great deal of that Frank P. Cliapm the business manager. We congratulate both on the degree of journal istic success which tlie) have attained. kind in our rinks, and there is going to be "itornn ov pii.es." Why f uffcr Piles? Immediate relief and com. nlete cure guaranteed Ask for "Itmi.), r,n Piles " Surecurerorltching protruding, bleed-, health) and strong b) the use of this medi- ih,uii; iuiiu.i,j:b iwu i i urugglSta or nimitu. t. is. neus, jersey Ulty, XH. J. DON'T IT! COME AT ONCE! BRUCE, HAUK & CO.'S GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE! iMium Ijjj apa ajjk a Bi ulsin. net ght in neuralgia and kidne) troubles, rheuiii Euiplo) no substitute for it, iJH-'WRff Michael Butler, discharged keeper of Ward' Island insane as)lum, haa petitioned the supreme court of N'ew Yerk for the release of certain sane patients retained there. Of 1,750 inmates, lie sa) s .SO0 are perfectl) sane. Young, old, and middle-aged, all experi ence the nonderfull) beneficial effects of A)ersSarsaparil!a. loung children, suf fering from sore e)es, sore ears, scald head, or with an) scrofulous taint, become Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, open or to button, high, round or square cut, bound or double stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits, made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15, in blue cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8. Ill III SOYS' CLOTHING ! Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's $4, $5, $6 and $7 Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4. The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season. BRUCE, HAUK& CO., POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE. JOHN H. WILSON, more of it at tlie national nominating con-' t-i"or. HK.1NNY MKV. Wells' "Health Kenewcr" restores health and cine. Six bottles, ?;. The court house emplo)es of Cook count). Ill , (Chicago), will contest in the Two Cincinnati grocers have been ar- rstul fn s.lili(r fiWm.TJarina f,.r nuru I""""- "' v B ..Wb..UU s yule butter. , vention. Lima gamblers are to be hustled out of jtownb) the local authorities. Ma) or Kelly and Chief Ambrose, isn't there a taluable ' pointer in tills ' vigor, cures Djspcnila, Impoteuce, Xerrous courts tlie reeluction of salaries proposed by Debility. For A eak Men, Delicate Women. i. tlio reform board of count) commissioners. If l-!T.T.e niro nlraier "- " " It gray, restores to original color. Anelegant KT'r 'ainil) should alw a) s hate a bottle dressing, softens and beautifies. Xo oil nor or r red Browns Jamaica (linger in the pease A tonic Restorative. Stops halrcom- house, readil) accessible for all pains in liu; out .strengthens, cleanses, heali calp. 50c. the stomach. Brown's Ginger is the best. NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET. New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to select from. All goods first-class and complete satisfaction assured. FINE GOODS, FINE FITS AND FINE STOHE. i 'f .n-& ""BF""V'' SKeir? - -,'- .- ' , 't&gq&r&&t&i t . TS. 5 1,-ir-Lxrxu. . HL ' -j- :..