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BEPUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING, QOTOBEH J5 188T.
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c Sfaln fmm the ocean' short1.
Back from the mountain m Ulm aad riven.
Back again to th ctt max
With atnuicrr lung and healthier liver.
Back Spain with fan- tantmt an 1 brown,
Pamnt, chil iren. maids and .mrx
Back to the a. total life iu to n
W ith brighter r et and lighter jHirrti.
Bac1 to the counting room ard choI.
LUc. to the In . win employ us
Back, for ptcni.H r i iht are cool
And the t flu- uo more annoy us
Back acain with the ttneol 1 lie
Oftheflhwe t-auht their wnhX and mei
Bactoler4ns with xnnj sirr-
The monejr spent tv ijr nummer pleasui
THE PRESIDENTS TOUR.
THE SCENES OF HIS CAR SKETCHED
IN PEN AND PENCIL.
Ill Traveling 1'alar Mni. Cleveland
Koom Her Travel inc Milt vomMhliijj
About the rrekldential Ouet steward
Crump's Illneaa and I)r 1IU Health.
WaS.-IMjTON- Ott 10
denl'i train rally
Fn Jav mornirg be
fure tins U?inniti-r
1 - .if ttid Inn kii.I
made a cloe m-5jex-tion
f its com
fort! for the J resi
dential l-&rt. Su
ry vt the Pull
man Car company
was with me. and
we were a'o accompanied In Mr. Baldwin,
whobaarliarpeof th tram Th. thrwiarsar
perhaps tho finest in the Un.tM Spates, and
the prw lent !rawine nvmi -ar is what the
girls wtuld call "jtit too sweet for any
The metal work of its enJ i polished
bra rach a woul 1 be utd for tho fenders of
a mill'onatre's jtalare and the platforms are
Inclosed by doors and win low nmde of
many little squares of leveleil French plito
(laf im'teddeil in nchl) polished cherry
frame and looUin- somewhat like tho cost
liest o( modern miiitel tops whn.h have mir
rors net into their kicks
On thinMdeheay velvet cirpetof dtli
oat colors co cr the flors antl j our foot falls
noUelely as jou vu thnuh tiie several
rooms of which the car is coim ! Tho
dcawing roon proper looki like a long,
narrow parlor. It has no stationary
aeata, and the chairs are scattered
aliout tho mom There if a wide divnn
at one side covered with a rich cherrv
colored plu-oh which is a soft as a feather
bed, and liiere are ensy chairs of all descrip
tions. Some of this furniture ls wicker with
Velvet cushions an I the piece are of white
wood, mado to com-ot d with the finish of
th room, winch ls of cirletl maple, 1-Auti
fully inkud. At one end of the room stands
rnrsiDEKT clevelasd miss batard
ft four $topied organ of white wool, with
little rrtvet pedal for tlie feet of the plaj er
nd on its top are tropical plants in china pots.
Just opiMte thi there u a wntms desU.
Tber w a large wpiare table m the center of
tlie room, and on tin there i a richh pnlihe.l
lamp, the llama of "Inch is a golden I100V of
The bedroom which the president and Mrs.
Cleveland occupv. and which is ni known
as Mr. Cleveland'; room, S4 in front of th
parlor It U nmy and airy, ami I noted that
its linen w of the finet Irwh nnl.e A fine
lace upread coers the lied There 11 a little
drredng room which ojiens into the ledroom
with a lavatory in it, and the window of the
bedroom n ko arranged that one can be upon
the bed and enjoy the scenery at case
Speaking of the mdows of this car the v
re imniene ines of plat4 cLiss mid when
the curtain are not drawn the president can
ea Um country oa well as when he is out
jIooiv Tbe country can see him too, and all
the operation, of lh party within the cars
id lie viible t the crowds at the stations.
Tbero aie, uowever, two M.ts of i-urtams one
of a lioay cheiry color which corresponds
witu t1 furnishings of the room, and th
other light J Uow blinds which slide uu and
down on npnug ruller.
Tlie car has also a b-ith room and barber
Stop, but tliee areconnectetl, and the barbei
has to vacate when an of the Jiaity wants to
batbe. The other car, which i used more as
smoking apartment, is o'ie of the finest of
the modern rullmans, and it has a library
connected w.th it It is supplied with pipes
of all kmd, and I noticed two Turkish boo-
Icab I'pon tlie sheh es above tho be wks. This
caa- is used at night for sleeping by tlie news
paper correspondents and the other guests of
the president. The third car is tint devote.1
to the beaUng. storage and baggag-npparatm
tbe train. Utder both of the ran tin re are
great refrigerators tilled with i and provis
ions, and the smoking car bus a buffet con
nected with it There i a reserve engino on
the baggage car which will prowde thetlec
tne tight in case the other machincrj should
bras down, and tbe ba'5age of th part is
aoarrangedthatitcan l Ct at en rouU
His. Cleveland has a big Saratoga among her
"trunks. , ,
TbaamdBt' traveling suit huusua.
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I wii i &
2f to L v-i fcta,
I If ,mm
!bUcfclraMoth, with a rune Albert coat,
which ho I mi tons tigUtl around him. Mrs.
Clevtland trnrN In th brown UL surah,
with while. olka dot., winch she w re at
I IVilailelpui'i, nml vthkli it loth plai i an 1
simple in u maLe. She looked lerywell
tht rtpiH(l into tho -ir with the j resident
on tho mouungof lenrture, and ho mide
I tin' croup n pretty one as vhe 1au;hod an 1
' ch tttol with Secret ir Whitnei mi 1 I.wcr
i Ili-ell Uforetlie table m the dmwinp room
' S silicone hi 1 jiut gnen hern bunch of roei
' nndhewasiH-iUingor them, when Sh ret ary
i U bitntn inadeafunti ivmark, at which Mr.
I 11 f-fc.ll Uugbed henrtil.
Hit. HfWrLI. MRS CLEELAra
Bt-sell is fully six feet tall Ho is the heavy
man of the rod, und he would weigh, I
judge, 7) pouiulx He lias a big head on
big khuul.krs, and is full cf life and jullity.
The two newiaier men who oo-ompaiiKxl
the presi lentiil jvirt are among the oldest
of the Washington correspond-nts. Mr.
Biokford has lieen for yeirs with the Asv
ciattsl lrea and he ls the correspondent who
his clnrge of its news iu the United States
senate. Bickford is tall, thin anil refined
looking He 1ms gnu hair and mustache,
and be is a in iu of considerable culture and
an able writer The other newpaier man is
Mr. 1 V. le (Jmw, who is the manager of the
United Piess at Washington.
I see tint William T. Crump, who was Oar
field's steward, is er sick l.i one of the little
Milages near Washington. Crump ruined
his health in taking enre of Garfield, antl tbe
gowrnuicnt cutdtwn ln bill for extra ser
vices rei.deie.1 fiom f.t,(XW to $300 lie told
me todaj tint I e was beule Garfield day and
night during tin last illness, and that he hurt
In bai k in lifting the president. lie had to
Ia off work oil account of his ill health, and
since then he bis bad 1o weurawile hand
around Ins aUloi leu and has not been able to
bend o er and pick up anything His shoes
lute to Input on fo him, and his nervous
sstem la such that the least excitement
brings n a fit of sickness. Ho received
f I.niu a ear a steward and bo served uuJer
llutesrud (.artUll He told me once he did
not hk'j Aithtir because he sat at the table
till Ujii.1 1 o'clock of a night, and it took tbe
servants till da light to get the disbe
washed During (larfields administration
he kept notes of all the prominent
people who came to tbe White House, and
be has the bills of fare of even dinner which
occurred dui log his administration. I doubt
not he is soir be eer entered the white
House Few of tlie men connected with Gar-3-1.1'
sickness luaile an thing out of it. Dr.
Bliss estimates that his attendance cost bim
from J0,(0 to f.VI,0ti0 He had a practice
at the time which was second to none in
Washington and b s income must ha e been
twice that of a supreme judge Uarflelda
illness took the whole of his time, an 1 at its
close he was so worn down that he looked
like a ghost and 1 had to take a vacation to
recover his health He estimated ki ser
vices to Garfield xery low wLen he put tben
at (15 (Ml, but the auditing board cut him
down to ffiOoil, and be came back to fin 1
that bis patients were prett well scattered
among tbe other dottors. He has not lieen
in good health since Garfield's illness and his
condition whs so liad last a ear that bis life
w as almost in danger This year be is lietter
and hiejes are bngbt, though bis b-ir is
Idnippeil into the treasury yesterday and
loitkel at the workmen who are engaged m
constructing the new vault. The treasury
itself looks like a tomb It has great somber
columns don n each si leof it, and the ijors
of its basement are so cut that the look as
though thev were dug out of a solid rock
Ever thing aliout it is massive, nad it makes
me think more of the Dank of England than
any other building I hate seen It is made
in the shape of a hollow square, with wide
tKrs of granite walls running around a court
iu theciiiter It is in this court that the new
vault is being built. Thick walls of brick
and ceirent rise within, and the vault will le
aU)e and not lielow ground. Its interior
will l cut up into cells walled with iron lat
ti work, and the workmen are now rneting
the iron bars composing it together. 1 hese
baxs must be aery strong, as the weight of
th silver which is to be put in the vault will
bo Immense, There was a portable furnace
blaziugawa within the vault toda,nnd four
men were carriug red hot rivets and stick
ing them through the boles w hich had been
drilled in these iron bars. They were theu
riveted with the pounding of a beat ham
mer while a man kel 1 an iron mallet against
them at tho liack. Each of these latticework
walls requires U,VX) rncts, and It will take
more than 100.0UC of these rivets to fasten
the iron woik of the nult together. The
vault is to contain flui),lM),(K, whub is sui.h
an immense sum that few people can com
prebend it. It w 11 give some idea of it to
know that its weight will lie 5.0S0 tons, or
the weight of S.j,WJ men of 100 jiouuds eu.h
Think of tho heat lest man ou know, und it
would take S."i,0(X) such men to weigh ns much
as does this silter It would take ITU freight
carstocarrt land it would take a tram a
miloandaquaiter long to transport it. Its
weight would bn o much that six locomotives
could hardly haul it, and if these dollars were
laid out so that ono jjt touched the other
they ttoul 1 make d line 2,")5 lit les long If
they were put n to a floor, edge to edge,
tbet would carpet ten times the area of
the Capitol or inoro than thirty acres, and if
they wero piled one upon another they noul 1
reai h much more than 1 M0 times as high
as the Washington monument, making a
solid co'uiiiu of silver more than 177 miles
biglu A million dollars in sut tr is no sms'l
quantity, and when oj patk fHK),(sXI,ill'U
niton tault it has to Is) as strong as stone
und ironcau nnke it. To rob this tault will
Iwa physical iniiiliilit. To tunnel into
it one would hate to go uuler the
whole treasury building an I he wou'd
bate to drill thiougu a floor of cement and
chilled steel liefore he got to the com The
slightest noise would lie sure to be beard ai d
tbe movement of a si igle bag with the im
iiKiie weight alioto it would cause such a
racket as to bnug the guards dewn upon bun
lustaiiter. No attempt has, I think, eter
been made, to rob the. United States tuasurt,
an 1 the safeguards ubout it are so stron"
tint none but Ib iram-t o men would
think of trying it. luoiiAS J. Todd.
The Secret of Longevity.
A little w at lie ond the ancient church at
Holdei ness is a brick residence, whose finnt
Is half hidden b one of those monster thus
that are the pride of out northern states, and
beneath its sbad I saw the other dav an old
man who is jiassing his 05th tear, sitting com
fortablt lit an armchair. M) wife toll me
that his aunt bad recentlydied.aged lU5,and,
curious to know if there was an especial
reason for suih longetit,! innde inquiries.
No," said in informant; "only they were
always out of doors and lived a quiet life."
Yit in that single sentence lay a greater
philnsopbt than be dreamed of, a sounder
precept than ho knew To keep out of doors
and at old worry is a maxim that, if followed,
would close a uiajorit of our hospitals,
which, 1 regret to say, have a greater num-
j ber of uccupajUs nub each sucoaeding year.
AN OLD ART REVIVED.
THE SHADOW SHOW OF M. TRE
WEY IN PARIS.
A ew I'hase of an Old Nursery Knl.v
talntuentTtir. Hundred Mlhouette.
A Wall, a laiinp and a Xmtile I'alr nf
fsssial Corresion lenoe
New YorK, Oct 10 Who does not re
memlnrthat one of the entertainments of
chiHhood was making silhouettes! A lamp,
a white wall and an ingenious pair of bauds
constitute the wiraplHi nalia of the ell
tertatnnient Cats, dogs, rabbits, scold
ing old women mid angr old men
come forth, are tisible for a little time,
and then give place to other figunss
equally amii'ing A rtitnin limited sunk
company of ha lows is known to etery one,
but it remained for M Trewe an ingenious
gentleman iu Taris, w ho hsiks astonishingly
like an Irishman, and is one. ierhais, to make
a popular art of the ntauufaituie of sil
houettes. He has iiivent4st more than three
hundred new silhouettes of meii and animals,
to which he gites the movements, uttitu les,
an 1 an astoLishtug expression of life and
naturalness. At the AKararof the Champs
Kit sees be has been gitnig entertainments,
which bate been attended by large and de
lighted au hence.
M Trewet was heretofore famous as an
equilibrist and prestidigitateur. 1 he idea of
taking up the old nursery wall shadow and
making a show of them which would le alike
amusing to the t oung and the eld, is purely
his own, and It demonstrates that iu simplic
ity thsrs is always success. It if a platform
upon which all csu meat and understand
Here u the cat. Sae used to show only her
head. Now, under
tbe influence of M
she apjiears entire,
even to the tail,
ated. Is still a re
appendage The accessories for these pictures
are very simple A little scrapof paper cut in
the sliaj rcprescntol forms the toq le of tbe
j idge and the miter of tbe pnest, whose pul
pit is made bv a t ube of wood suspended to
the arm The goose is represented ns dressing
its feathers with its bill; the elephant when
coi trading his trunk The jockey is com
pleted by means of
a bit of pPr 'or
bis cap and a string
for his bridle Tbe
female tight rope
walker is one of the
not ingemous of
all the figures. She
Is m tbe act of sa
luting the i ublic, and rubbing tbe chalk on
her feet before starting forth ou her short but
perilous p.lgnmag on the rojs)
lurre was a tune when silhouettes were the
popular portraits. Most of us bat some idea
bow our grandfntber looked as a shadow, be
cause hi bate a diniiuulite silhouette of him
safel preserved m an old fashioned black
were known to the
reached a high do BsBjl V
jree of infection sSSBmrTj jl
W1U1 Lueui, as is
proven br tbe
monochromes on tbe Etruscan vases. But the
name silhouette comes from aliout the middle
of tbe last ceutur . Etieune Silhouette was a
French minister of finance in 1759 n
treasnry had lieen exhausted by costly wars
and foolish prodigalities. He set to work to
reolenish it by inaugurating the strictest
econoint He was prudent to penunousness,
which brought down upon him both wrath
and ridicule Anything that was plain and
cheap was styled
-a la Silhouette "
were then much in
vogue, and, being
the cheapest order
. .sf B H J1 iik.iiDi..
JJi lasssssssr known, not the
's)AsVJ B nanwofsilhousttes.
and have kept it
ever since In making profiles of a reduced
site the pantograph was used. Some persons
have a talent for making a perfect miniature
profile by merely looking at the features and
then cutting them out with a pair of scissors.
Almost every one will be astonished at his
Shadows on the wall have always a poetic
interest. In stones they are good stock, and
always have ln
and alwavs will
be used effectively
for thrill making
incidents. And no
tice bow big a
child s eyes will
grow when you
tell him a slor
with a shadow in it. Nothing but a bear
climbing rapidly up a tree after a boy will
make them grow any bigger. And then don't
you rememlier that, after an evening of wall
shallow entertai iment, you could not go to
sleep for an hour after ou went to bed, see
ing them all over again in your mind's eyet
Would it not be a capital idea for anv one
to see bow man different shadow figures he
can invent! Here is a field for the entertain-
mmtot young and old comparatively little
used. ow that homo entertain uents ait
'so popular, wh) not tr) the shadow ehowf
The best tf it is that the performer and all
j the rest of the grown people will le as deeply
, Interested in the figures as the children. If
M. Trewey can invent moxe trwi SO pic-
tures, why cannot Miss Came or Master Au-
list- .is. tiid cmp l t i-vn IV inirRi.T.
MARY JANE'S TRAVELS.
She Stands j the Onk Oifflns or Goethe
social 0rreviN ndence
AVeiMsiR, Gcimanj, Jvjt. . As I stood
in tbe CJran 1 Dural vault todav h) the plain
ak coffin, of Goethe and Schiller, and looted
about nieou tho iRhl cnnel bronz caLeta
ofdtikc nn 1 diKht-sM, thi-ough a lon lin
of the Saxe-U eunar dna, mil thought
hmv thou'aortds ho ha 1 Liiown Goethe und
Stlnller, in all attsof the woill, enmo to
ee their tomb, and met foi the tfpt tima
t es 8.ixe-eiiiiar i niice, I felt the ovvt
of genius an 1 the w eakne.- of the acildeut of
birth, and I uautttl to go riht back to our
hotel nnd Lill that laud waiter for charging
us thive times a mmb for half a dinnei, a la
1 carte, as he would ha charged for a full
f one table d bote, and plant him here among
j tho hein to throne and to forget fuluev
cimar' chief ilumto latter Any glory,
and one of her chief homreof reci ue, u the
toni! whs?reGtetho and Schiller rest. The
upjK r portion of the ault 11 a c liapel, nnd in
the Itt-enn-nt th K.ts He, fide by si le,
Goethe with a golden crowi of laurel at his
head and .VlnlUr with one of nher, and
piled three fet-t high on each t flln ate fo!detl
laurel wreath-., p'acetl there by famous hinds
during many years. They are the only un
titled ideepers there, and they are the only
ones out of the pot whom the present has
' not foi gotten And jet I Lnow an American
who regretted that became to Weimar, and
who ud he could i't jmw what there wa nUmt
anoldcofllu or two in a dingy cellar to jus
tify a man stopping off at a town like VVi
mar to sea. I couldn't understand the man's
feeling until he spoke of "Go-eU," and then I
bamm to couiureueud and I uo lonaer w oa-
dered at m fellow country man'i lark of ap
preciation By tlie wnr, "omeof the queerest people
(costume iu t im lude-I) one meet in Europe
come right from ur own Innd of public
school nnd lilwral e-bicatnm Tli- name man
toll i ne he had lieeit to "York Mmi-.tr" in
Kngland an 1 he didn t think it would com
pare with the Capitol nt Vahmgton
Wecamedown heie fiom IijtMc, a puiely
Irtiiness town, but with au nit Kft' '" illJ
more mui. ai etluiation mil inclfuntior than
Cincinnati. I ut not -urh a liHiidvnn.e ruu-ic
I haw a puttire in the pillery nt Iiiiiic
which ufrM t me nt tlrxt.but I tij pone from nn
art stmi ijtoint it is all light 1 he uubject
whs huiTer little childien to come unto
me," etc, an I Chritt, in the rendu me of hl
time, wa unMUi le.1 by a lot of little one,
with genuine German face, German attire
tin oughout, and tbe company, including an
old Germ in nnd hu wife, had a-.vmbled in a
German cottage of the pm-eut tj le It miiy
have leen an allegory, but if it weiit was
an unju-t di.rimmntion in fior of the Ger
man element, and if it were not. it wa just a
little bit tunny to look at. It was a large
pictuie au 1 Until ifully done, but would
scairely Ie Kipulai out si le of German
I want to inaLo a few remarks with refer
ence to Gut man women Th. of Munich
(young women I refer to) bate, 1 think, tho
handsomest figure of anj women I ha.orntt
iu Eiiroiw W bet her it u nature or art I
cannot tell, and wouldn't if I o uld, but e ery
line l perfect, an 1 there !, with the grace of
tbe French woman, the Kiitrstantmlncss of the
Eughbh, making a thing of beauty which
ought to be a joy forever. IbeMuukh tlguie
is visible occa-uoiially elsewhere in Germany,
and not so rarely either as to startle you; but
the name may .-e Raid of beer iu Germany , y ct
there is but one "Muencbener bier" in all the
kaiserV realm. I can't see any relation, cou
sauguluuity or othei tie Ktween these two
charming characteristics of Munich, but I
presume good b--er and prett girls have tho
same place in the pottyof Havana that tlie
good wniskvand prett v women of Kentucky
have iu th pietiy of thai "grand old com
mon wealth, and I s-ball not H-ek to become
an icono lat among the id I of the poeta
liefore 1 left Ik rim I went around to toe
It-ichsta building to te- where Blmnrck
hai hi- headtituters n controller and di
re tor of tiMMlestiiiieof (termany. He ban
an elegant palace on tlhelai strns.e among
the wellet of tbeswell but I wanted tonee
the man' woikmg place, I went to bis
office, which nt this miioii h occupied only
by a tray hou-e i leaner or two going in now
and then to re how much dust has accumu
late.) It ia Miuill mom fr ho great a man,
just urn, a i arrow hall from tbe mam
cbaiinVr, and dimtl. ln-bind tb proldeut
dek I sai 1 a fmnll n-m, it nn.-otit twenty
feet wjuare, I shoul I s.(( not tteing an good
iu inathriiuitics as 1 ntu in laving carpet1,
and is the first of a rdruig of room oct upiel
by se i-eUirie. i lerk. eU' It isry plainly
furnuhesl and tini-.h-d, the hairs being of
KiistMA leather, wiihoul nuns, the cnrfiet of
a dark brown and red indistinguishable
figure, like au impressionist uture in
tapestry, tbe iaper on the walls to
match it, a little touch of fresco and gilt
on the ceiling, with n plain gilt twenty four
light chan leilT in the center, and tbe wood
work of tbe room paiutil iatber cbenplv in
material, iniuuei au 1 tate Ityouecf two
large, many imtsl windows ou one bide,
overlooking n pleasant lutlecturt with gras-t
and flowers and fouutjiu in full life, stands
the cbanCsflloi s dek, a inoitern ro&ewood
piece of fuimtuie with iiuniUrlews little
drawers and pig-on b!'' an 1 dieles, und
the invariable gieeinlitb e.eiiil flap, on
which not u put f lnkwaswbie Ling
ou the flap was u iiv-t ceied rubber tail at
tached to a tube leading wa. in wotne un
known diretion, which at first I thought
was hoi le patent proce-s for supplying beer
to the great German, but a t-light investiga
tion pioved that it was a try convenient
call hell, worked by wind, ele- tncity and
pressure, and a det i led imioement over
our btatiouaiy lells, uulev-i the desk is built
lato tbe wall to stay as long ns tbe hou.e
does. Quite near, and tck of tbedek, was
tfteonly evidence in the room that Bwinarck
was not a young and unceasing worker
VhU was a wide, low, velvet lounge, with a
lobeand pillow thrown carelessly across it,
and bearing evileuce tbit It was not there
for ornament alone.
There is always a touch of pathos to ine in
an easy chair or lounge in an old man's w oi k
ing room, and as I looked at tbu of Bis
marck, I thought I coul 1 e in its wrinkles
and uudulations the imprevsion of the years,
tbe retmg places along tbe journey growing
more frequent a the goal approached, nnd I
wondeied if Bismarck, as be stretchel bis
limbs there, felt with sorrow or with pleas
ure that some day oou be would lie down to
rest, in hn harness, ierhap on that very
l)uugeand would wake to work and won y
Every citv in Italy poses- dozen of fount
ains of clear, cold, lieautiful water, fresh from
tbe mountains and the mow, ainl in Sw ltzer
laod tbe fountains are almost as remarkable
in numlier and unexpected ties of hcation as
the Alps themsehes. Berne, th-pital, ba,
I think, 200 and they runalwav, while ery
rivulet and river u Mich a Kit of Ihi blue
that a painter would choo it a acimture
for a naiad queen To CJernnnv the water
is always clear and dean, and in Vienna is
added a coldness tint almost makes one's
teeth ache as she takes it from the hydrant
batever may lie the cause of x much wma
and beer drinking ut Euroie, it ceitauily
cannot be tbe lack of good water
RalldinjE I the Home
Every young mm Miould insist on
health, comfort and niMxt ability iu UN
living and then nave for a home The
young man pervcrtH the opportunities, of
fered by organizations of an educational
and social character when be use their
headquarters as mere clubs, putting off
marriage Tbe young husband and vrifa
bhould not ''flop' into a boarding house,
but put bead, heart nud hands together to
build up the true home Only an edu
cated woman a woman with a good
heart, a level heid and killed haiuN can
make a good house on small means she
can do it by "stirring in judgment, sot
ting the bible aright nnd tHtccnng the
boys nnd girls. The Anient hii civiliza
tion that Is coining will be the most ex
pensive thine on earth except Kirbari-m
It can only le maintained, by tint style of
plain living which in tvery region Mil-or-dinates
the material to the spiritual, ami
by wise economic saves from the lower to
spend on the higher fide of U.u Ilt:- :il
life Philadelphia Call
1'oet and l'lntii;rapti.
In 18C3 Fitz Greene Hnlleck wrote to n,
latly frieml who liml olicited his phnto
Kraph he wan then 71 jeart old j.iiiec:
4H is not b a Kreat deal so handM)mc,
WpffinKits pardon, aI am at pretnt, for
in order to 1 in the fashion, I have al
lowed my herrd to prow Join;, and, to
avoid beint; acensed from m outMul up
pearance of leini! under 4w and liable to
l drnftetl into the army, I keep it nicely
whitewaahel, to that were vou to n tet
ixw you would mistake ine for my txtoi
friend, Mr Bryant, the poet, and would
esteem and resiect me accordingly. I
think that the sun since it commenced.
taking likexieses for n livimx ran Intn
- more succeisful in its hat- and gnnt coat
than in the human face divine, lkt.uwj
it is as old as creation, it t vidcntl tnkit.
pleasure in making thrvewho are Mlly
enough to sit to him look an old ;i lua-
self " Magazine of Amine iu liutcrj.
Half a Century Ag.
According to Mr Holjokc theontlooTs
of the industri il class fiftj cnr ago va
as dreary ns SUwrm Food was starce.
The English race was ihln Km girls
had an ill favored look, fecausc umHr
fed. In a few vears after tl e repeal of
the corn laws e'verj ltMiOPCO nf ndult
persons in rngland wnhtd li.ton
heavier than thev did before the ttjH il,
and the young people hat I grown tea
times comehertLaa tuc; .rc. '
A Scaly, I cblri; Slln lllsensp, with
Kadlm Suflrln, Cored by
If I lisil known t the fiTinss Itmriiiss
trnti clht yeirs aco tt sniull havi- saved
me J (Mt.n humlri'il dollars) ind in Immense
amnunt of suReiiiii! Mr tflstssr 'l'sniiasls)
rmnmenri-il uu mi tiriit in a nput not Isrcfr
thaniieni It sjiread nplilly all oir my
biiilyaml tnt unilr my nails Th scilfs
nuM drop o1 nf me all the time, and n y suf
rinKn.is endless ant wlthnit relief One
thititssnd dnllsrs nouttt ni t tempt me to have
Hits disease over sciin 1 am poor man, t ut
frel rich to tie relieve t (f hM some of tli
doctors slid wis le rosy some rinc worm,
psorlisls. etc 1 took ind st,,pi
rlllHsiieriineyeirMnd i h Uf. hut no cure I
cinint praise the iitiiipi KrvRriits too
much II ey have n ado my ski i is cleir snl
free from sef.vs as a t-stiy s All I used of
them was three boiesof I t tin at, and three
bottles if it i ps Hr-oiKT. and ttvo cakes
ofliti m s, i. If ymhad been hero and
sild you would hue cured me for 3". you
would lute had the money 1 looked Use ihe
rlclure in your book of Psoriasis picture
number two. "Hon to lure hkln IMitat- ').
but now 1 imas clear s my persoa ever was
Throuvli force of habit 1 rub my hands over
myarrnssnd lees to scratch once In a while,
but to no purpose 1 am all well 1 scratched
twenty eKht years aut It cot to be a kind of
second nature tome I t'iuk yous thousand
times uytulnn-oors tint rou want nknow.
wrlteme.oranione who reads this mat witte
to meaud I will answer it
(V ATKSHI 8 , T . Ja-1 J). 1557.
l'iorlasts, Fezema, Tett-r. Klnitworm.
Lichen, rruritu . ecil! Head. Milk Crust,
'i.ndruff Hdtlers, lla.ers , ilroeers' and
Usltierwoiu&n's Itch, a 1 every utieUrs of
Itching. Iturnlnir. c1l). IMmply Humors of
thebklu and seilp am Hlond, with Lois of
Hstr.sre psltiely .ureJ by ttncisi. the
ireat skin Cure ajl Ci tiiiks tiur an exuul
slte.sklu Heautinei . xten.nily. audCinctKA
Ks il ssr. theuew jtUml I'urlflerlnternslly,
when (ihyslciaus aud sll other remedies fail
Sold eieryw here I'riie riTictR.Vc miip,
S.'ic. Kcolvcst. SI. Prepared by tlie 1'ottss
1bi i) imi Chkmical Co , ltoston
rsend for "How to Cure '"kin I)lsis"s."
61 panes, in lllustntlons and lil lllustr itlons
PLLs. Blickheids. chipped nn 1 oily
skin prevented tiycinriRA .lki iriTun
Tobefreet from the danje's of suffocation
while lytm; diwn, to breithe freely, sleep
soundly and unllsturbel to rise refreshed,
head clear, briln active and free from piln or
schc, t kn iw that no p ilionout. putri 1 mat
ter defiles the breath and rots away the deli
cate machinery of smell, taste and hesrlnit. to
fel tint the system does not. through Its
veins and arteries, suck up the poison that ls
sure to undermine and dtstroy. ls Indeed a
blesslm: beyond all other human enjoyments
To purchase Immunity Irom auch a tate should
be the object of all afflicted But those who
hue tried many remedies and physlclins
despair of relief or cure
Ssforh's Kitucii'CiEk meets eve'y phase
of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the
most loathsome and destructive stages It Is
local and constitutional Instant Iu rellev
Inc. permanent in curing, safe, economical
and never failing
hisroKii's Kmi !. Clse consists of onebot
tie of theKsiiictL trKs.one box ofCsTissH
al soLtkNT and ore IvesnvKD IsiitLr. al
wrapped in one paekike. with treatise and
dilutions.. ind sold by all druggists for Slou
I'ot ter Druj; and t hemic il Co . Boston.
IV ONE MINUTE
i A The C ntieurn ntl-rin VIhs.
Kf trr relieves KhfumMlc. viatic
a Jf -uitlen &h irp ad Nervoun I diii
I JM ""trHiris nnd evkneiei The
gK nrst 8iuloiiliiiln killinKpljister
r evv,orivluaU intanuueous iu-
rfillulr. urn A n arveluus utl lote to raiu
lulUtiim uiu i nut tt eaknets I tterly unltke
an 1 vat y superior to all otier nlaters At
illilniArtMs.-'Cr nve for $.; or potnice free.
of rotter DrujaniHhemlcal Co.. lioiluu.
a ' i ' i -J".
The Theatrical Profesahta.
Ketit will win &nl receive public recinltlon an.
praise. Facts, which are the outcome of general ex
perfence, growing through years cf critical and
practical test, hecotiie as rooted aud ImmoTabteai
the ruck of Gibraltar la pub lc pinion, an J hence
forth need no further guarantee as to their genu
Inrness. Tbe ttulkputab'e fact that Swift s Specific
ts the best 1 lood purifier la the wurlJ. Is one of thest
immoTaWe Olbraltar reek fjnts of which we hat
P,w)kt-n, autl every da cxperifDi-e itoui thlscou
i ictlon eletier an 1 der per lu i uuisc opinion. tTerj
cia.-( of our ie pie in Amnlci. au 1 In Europe,
every trale, calling and iroteslon, Inclutlintc tht
mtsllcal ppifcMtlon. have isorno voluniarr trstl
mony to the renrkaiIe virtues of S. S S. aud
iu lufalhlle enia.y iu urln all d ceases of tht
blMs4 ltieie ifMttnoulaU areou file tj lh thou
aanls in! ojen to tiio ltt-i)s?ction of alL oweome,
uiuMlklttit,iwoc!ltliifiUinfit meratemof tiietheut
liial profetkion, who kratef ully tet If y to t be wonder
ful curative ju.illilr4 ct the M-eclnc In tbelr Indl
i Tiduai caKes. Ttn-ir testimonial are herewith sal
I mlttedto the public wutout further comment let
i thempeak for I hemlves. The lady ls a memher of
! the famous Thalia Theatre Company.of New t rk.
andfitrmerlr of theRslttence Theatre. Berlin, Oer
many, an I of Mcv lclter astock Comjny. ( t Ctieaco
f The Kentlemin I n writ known member f the New
4rk Thalia Tbcat re (. out) atiy Ifcxh ar well known
I lu theatrical circles ,u thHcouutry and In Europe.
t harlaiie Itaudow Teatimony.
New ork. May 8, lSr7.
wif t Sperlllc Compary, Atlanta, Ga. .
Uenilenien llvlufc tieen annoyed with pimples
erut tions an 1 rouzhnes.of the skin, from had con
dltron of my bl td, for nHre than a year, I ueda
leadluK mw-traiKiaof sarsanaiilU anil other adv-r-
iiat-u rrnit-.ii- u no enect. l nen l consuileo a prora
loent phvsiciau aud from his treatment received
uottenent 1 then (included to trvthe H.s.a.reni
edy for tbe blood and flo or six packafes. by a
thorough eradhatlon of my troutle and restorlns
smootbneM to my t-kln have made me happy and
i riHrrmiij inr jou im lestiiioDiaiior au.a usi
and i ubllclty as yoa wLh tt. make of It.
iZZ ltowrrr, near Canal buret.
Hugs llaaakerPa Teatltneny.
Tho Swift Specific Company, Atlatta. Ga. .
Oentlrmen tt r two vear I hadn seven rar.r
ecscnia. I usei iarMatw.sulphurMai,andlvar1 ms
unrr rfniniir". nnu !- hirv"7riiM"s ior fy niimiifn
f ihvsulans. but f mild n relief Atlat I detr
mined to try th-S. 8. s. remedy, an 1 seven or elht
bottles havt thoroughly rellevel ine, and you can
use this certlflViite la any manner yu w ish.
Member of Thalia Thrall)
ew York, May 3, ISSt.
TreatUe ou UlooI an 1 Sklu t)lMars maile-i frae.
Tux bwii-r rrcinc Co
Di4Wrr3. Atlanta, Oa.
AUE SI ILL TRIl'MPHAM!
For fifteen years t hey bavesteadlly trained In
favor, aud with sies couslautly lncreaslCK
have berome the most popular corse! through
out the United Mates
IheOqualityls warranted to wear twice as
loneas ordinary corsets Me have latelytn
troduced the ( and K-U jradeswlth extialocR
waist, and we can furnish them when preferred.
Hluhest awants from all the world's creat
lairs The last ine.Jl received is for first de
gree of niertt.frosi the lateeiposltlonheldat
VI tile scores of pMents have been found
worthless, the priccip.es of the (Jlove Flltln?
have proved invaluable.
Retailers are authorized to refund money.lf.
upon examination, these corsets do not prove
ForsMeeverywhere CataloKUKetree on ap
plication. THOMSON, LANliHON CO., N. .
Tie treat LH..I1.U 1'r.Mrlstl'
Cures U raJtiiFU. .lerwiaoTAea,
..m4.ort. iiiiHifiiriaiivlall Dis
eases ceui si fry fclf abuse or In-
Hta. rsrli.n nninni I imtl. llr I.V'
bstoreI Bv mail s ' f ir Pamphlet, umi
EurekJa Cliemlral Co.. Ire (roll, Irllcn-
Callon oradlrssTh t. Troupe.druEEl't
eorce- Mila and Mark! streets. SprlocCaM
fAxm Tja. iwsnm.rx
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KINO, GO TO
WHELDON & MERRILL,
tt II0LESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IN
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276.
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254.
r j"M iv r mwSsss " - hj'ssisi .
f .ntBP I -. . . - i .- -.
l.,;-,1-. SEluIKAL PASTHIES:
tbcanai caiva ta tlct- 7 rta'-'r t-maiul
rrl ariuoksn drra noatiUsalaeaioaajcf
y -f-x-taaJ ia.llIi'?C rtitrJhta'i 150-031 JttUi.
Xoihc'-ioai -r'rant cnc7Cl,T;r,J m&rs
T roasts looc tr Iaillvrrtia.I-M2ri--l;riu
A t,rrtoofreo lTlUn.-9fcatot;Toa aaatl ua
toUz.riCKAOMi: "ll- ltJUns41aiapMrt4'--tVJPTUTlZD
rcr.GONS can nara FlaaU
PETROLEUM V. NASBY
Says. "Intinnt aeiiuaiutance "with a tru
frieml alwt)S increased our respeckt tnr
that frieml "
This isth" rtasini why bjmita IllocVs
(ontiuue to make ftiemls as their virtues
rxsroinehelter known Clergymen, public
speakers anil jusiple mall tho avenues of
life are a unit in their praie of that von
ilerful new remedy. bjnita Cnuuli Blocks.
The arc warranted to cute Coughs, Colds,
lirofelntis. Hoarseness, Ticklniit In the
Throat, bote Throat and Croup; "J3 doses,
"c. Hundreds bear testimon to the re
markAblj cures of Diarrhaa. Dysentery.
Flux. Cholera Infantum, or Summer Com
plaint and Cholera Morbus, effected by
imita Ularkbero Blocks. -5 doses, 25c
We hae stacks of testimonials from
mothers, who. after dosing their children
ith stronK medicines for other supposed
diseases, bae completely cured them by
using Sjntita Worm Ulock: 25 doses, 25c
Mter you hae tried all the high priced
bottle remedies and have found no relief,
buy a packace of Synwta Kidney, lllood
tnd I.ivr HiocKs ami be curesl : 50 doses,
50c If you want the h!iet tonic ltittersin
the market, buj a package of byiulta Hit
ter Mocks for 20c, and make i to 1 gallon
of pure tonic bitters.
All these remedies oul lc a dose. No
box, no teaspoon, no sticky bottle. Put up
in p-itent packages. Warranted to cure or
money n funded bold by dtuugists every-
b re iet a checker boird of your dealer
free, bend jour address on a postal card
for a copy of 'The bjnvlta I'.lock," wliich
contains a history of diseases and cures, or
send lc stamp for sample of C.iugh Klock
and a copy of The SynuU ltlis-k. Address,
Tlir b.vtrv Co , l,ockllo 2U.',lJclplio3,
-judicious aovibvisimo hibi ,
Kcvstonc to succssa -
The H. P. HUBBARD CO..
ExetsTS. DtsiCNCas. Eitoaav-
CSS NO ELtCTSOTVPCRS.
Wiv HAvtw. cowri.
1 1 .. Prirsa consistent with 1
I 2.0.AOC' Imi .orttAoiKoBl
rti inii",iiipw" " - mit
' a ... lutiHi.
1 s ..
7," "' " "'"" '" 4
:w . .. "a "vofcsc
Us dsjttal rsauisa,
Rooms 5 . Vltshell B'oat
S. K. Cor. Mala aud Market Sta.
Vf , luvsso. ACHisaTaarmosrra?
HH. L1MBOCKEC w and57 Arcade. Prlat
er. Bnttravcr and Fashlcnable Stationer.
Wedding "ods ana eaiunp eara a speessirv.
Be Stings. Koo-
qurto and All
and c very form of skin
bl&au&c, pos-tivclx csnrd
on t&o most oeucscfl ig'n
wlUiout lcavlax a soar, Er
Frlco 15ct-, Socts. and St.
At dnizlsts or br Tr.ait.
Ths ITooria M"T Co .Low Zjm&tm. Conn.
IJttl. n.s Piitalbrci aslM!ie.dyroepjja,
Fur sile lij all sprlncllelil UrucKlsts.
-utrerlng from any nt the results ol youthful
Indiscretions or abuses resulting In .seminal
Meat-Less Impi teucy, Lost Mclio-d.etc.lf
si. siiimi'i i-.iiii snunc will
i ure you I sed and recommended by a large
numlier of si eclallsts in iMseases of the genital
on-ans The price for o boxes, which ts suffi
cient lor any case, is J.i. at drusulsts or bv
mill -nnuile llux rree. II. K.s VW i V K A
LO . Pox 1117. Philadelphia. 1'a eiHLimo
m-trtnj from wia
na nty. sLsatrh sa
sUI(KY MAllr TltKATJIEHT.
h -- trr
vii By raton
tho Ktixlf oi
Wf !' ln!hnnUf or tkitm to an mw.
RntM with lnlhiTnsUif of tkItm to all
,-&- tWZbC IRSUOML sswtstl sOl 4asssssfea.
7 w c 1 ty u n 1 so AMtfthitr
CSv - T"-w a t,CVJt BfiroTwaia
jrjLfc.ciiJU t. H 1-.V, ti aa Mil
iCCtJj I- txliTil fit ei m. Vm stlsisBw.
ir.r. ..-.i. fairstv.rt : -rr iwi 1
foartt.t ofiha haesfca nwyiri rionst. Taa
waadaafcri tit Muata -sfiuivr issss, taai
BcDiDuiaattttituizt9.3tziS bqggrrril aaa a
HARRIS HSMCDT CO., ffriCvtML
Trial of our Apr "-. Aa it for Tarmal
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
I'ltUliurL, CliKlnnull ami S. Louis Rail.
way CoDipnnyl'an llamtle Koutv.
Under schedule In rffct t September 25,
16ST, trains leave bprin'tie!d. central stand
ard time, for Xenix, Cincinnati and Colum
bus, T:l5 a. ui . tor Dayton f7.!5 a. in.,
for Xenia and Indianapnlis tl0"J0am,
Jnr Aenla, Cincinnati. Columbus. Indian
apolis and Chicago, " I0 p :u ; for Xenia,
Da) ton and Cincinifiti. f I "-'5 p. m
Trains arrive in bpnuglield at t7:l and
M0 20 a. ni , " 00 p. in. and 5 40 p. ni.
'Daily, tltail), except Sunday.
SVM Dotm-, Ticket Agent
ClevslaDtl. Colambas, C1neliu.mtl svasl
i J!zht KxDrefs.
12 tlew York & Boston Kxpress
i Cleveland 4 Kasteru i.xi-ress
I Sew Jork Limited Bipress
9 Sight Express U0sa
r Hpg.Cln.Jt ves Ex 5.55 am
1 tin Flying Buckeye TJ5am
J" Cincinnati A Indie napolls bxpress 11 uoass
3 Clevelaod Jt Cincinnati Express lJOpsi
9 Clntl-.Iad .St. Louis A Kan. Ex MJopas
ARR1VK rkOll CtST.
9 Night Eipress 2.2Uam
1 tin rlilu Uuckeye - ..7.iiani
J Uetrun .1 tiuctuiiati Ixpress lJnpm
ework,llo9ton Cincinnati Ex 4 3opm
Asaivs rsoit boutb.
Kltht Express IJSaiw
II Dayton, Springfield Aecom.fr't.
U Sew iurk A Bosloa Ltmltd
1 Clevelaaa a &stern Lxpress.
y Clnelanatt M SprlLnield Accus
il New York Limited bxnress
BosMn without change.
3c.ts tho bmou limited express, eoss
2osed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland.
tcn.Qgti sleepers from SprlngtelO. Makes
Sewiorkti 2jH hours and Boston la MX
G. H. KNIGHT.
a. u. iiesc: Agent.
D.B MARTIXr Arcade Depot.
H.t. A. tDrtnjtaeid.O.
X. T., Fenn. X Ohio R. B.
All trains run on Central tine 2S mlnetes
slower than city time.
TXAIV3I.CAVI GOISO KAST.
Vo. 4. Sew i ork Limited, daily 10 2S s. ,
" 2. Accom , Uslls except Sunday. it p.m.
No. s . lu It p. m.
" 12. Atlantic I x . dally 2.1U a. a.
TKAIVSLIAVI GOISO WtST.
So. 3. Cln.Jt at. Louis Ki .dally : 10a.l
' 1. Aceom .diillyeieept bsndayJO-OT a. m.
" 5. St. Louis Ex.. dally 3 .59 p. m.
io.s tl sleepers hut iio cbaLge of cars la
elthercase throuth to New tore No. &naa
through sie-pera to St. Louis
1 ree hack to traiu. . ail points east of, an
Including north Lewltburg.
tortlcketstoall potuts and f urther tnf or
oatlon.callon J.D. Phlscss.
Telephone call -10.
Indiana, lllu.itiiiii.ctnn Had VTestern Ball
AltEIVI IEOM X02TB.
1 Cincinnati Lxpress IWlB
5 andusky aud pringneld Lx 9 25 a at
3 CoU ubus Mai! 4 JO Dm
ARSIVK rROU IAST.
1 Xlsht Express
Chicago. t L.Jt kan. Llty lira -7
sandusky Mail .
i thlcago.M. L A Kan. City tx
ABRIVE rSOV WEST.
. 10 .'-Sam
2 Eastern hxpress-
4 Atlantic .11.111.-
6 New ork Lln.ited.
1IIPAET COIKO SI"STH.
2 Lakeside Express .
4 Put-m U Express
i Springfield ant san lus.y Lx
DCrsST COISO BAST.
2 Columbus Express
3 Columbus Accommodation -.
8 New i ork Limited
DtrAST COISG WI.T.
1 NTgbt Express
5 Chicago, st. L A. Kan. City Urn.
7 no a
3 Chicago, .-t. L. i Kan. city to.-
Ohli. Southern Katlroad.
ABSIVK rsijU SOUTH.
1 Bitnbridge .ccommodatlon
1 Mall and Express
DtrAST COISO SOUTH.
2 Mall and Express
4 Iialnbridi:e Accomcodatlon.
aii trains marked run dallv.all others dally
except Sunday, etandard time, which la JB
minutes slower than spr cgrleld city time
D. H. ROCHE. Ticket Agent,
THE BEST I EVER TRIED
READ HIS TESTIMONIAL
Baxxraoruc. MD March 34. IWa,
"I b go a aatfcrpT fnaa
Draprpala ( jttan I was m-uced to
try Aane. mad miter a in a number of
buCtlM I am prapartMl to aaj it i tba btmt
remady I h- ever trwwjL, mnJ I hava iiaatt
a food i-a-ar I take tbe ptt pleaaora
la rcoiBrnn li-ia" it t all mffi-rara,
lURlSTlAY DE Rlt3.
OI tbe Cliaa. A. cftln Co.
Aak rout driMbit or deafer for It and
faMMft npoa aCUiitf it. TakaxMutber.
SACHS-PRUDE t CO.
I WMIL AGENTS 8l??i
To turn an J orn.'n of .
ergT and attllity. aer.kfni
-Tttl terma will ba aimu
TheW aiherworksoa a new
r 8am nlA amt on tira
Weeks trial, on libera! terms, toutrv
tumedat myfipenself not satisfactory
Tntrfasle wit irAKinB H a rbeiion.Inal saccsv)
eteiliibisy Jlluftr3EdcirctilAr.ii(l t.rm.frea.
J.W0BTH .CUH'r.,l7IOF'NkUllAV( ST.lSSIS.sNL
Wwr SWIwrH M ! to . far tt-Iv .
i rbH .Tw-c;
-'Sh- " s)
, , I"
-i-'r m '- - i . t "