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jMumore, May 6.
was held a
v rUrrl of the ATiny of & Potomac
held at Ford's Grand Opera house. The J
au MA- - a - l li. r '
Mage was Htm camp. A portrait of Gen.
Gaantnungin the center arch. Shield
tcoaMofttmBwere placed aronnd
-othgaUeriea, and from the pillara hung
t4- 'goafaloni inscribed with the names of
-i4 Grant. 'Rnmn'la ilmA Qk.mn av.i-
- v dan, McClellan and Hooker. Many distin-
gokhed men occupied seats on the stage.
Gen. Horatio 0. King, corresponding sec-
xesary, called the meeting to order, and ov
" ing to the deafness of Gen. Hunt, senior
Yioe president, was compelled to do the
chairman's duty most of the time. Gen.
Kiagsaidhe was commissioned by Gen.
Grant to say that he was greatly disappoint
ed at not being able to preside oyer the de
liberations of lhe society, but his sympathy
and heart were with his old comrades. Mai.
Gen. Hunt resumed the chair with thanks
, for the reception given him.
The reunion of 1886 will be held at Ban
Francisco. Gen. Vandervoort stated that
the National encampment of the Garnd
Army of the Bepublio would probably be
held there next year, and that the Cali
fornia Legislature had appropriated $25,000
for the entertainment of the visitors, pro
Tided both organizations came at the same
time. Cheap railroad fares were promised,
and a cordial welcome guaranteed. Nomi
nations being in order. Gen. John C. Robin
son advanced on crutches. He thanked
his friends lor the mention of his name for
the position of Commander of the Army of
Potomac, bat under no circumstances,
allow it to be used in opposition to that il
lustrious soldier now holding the position,
and he moved that the Secretary be author
ized to cast one ballot on which be inscrbed
the name of Gen. U. 8. Grant. Various
corps associations" seconded Gen. Robin
son's motion, and it was carried by a stand
ing vote, amid the wildest enthusiasm.
The other officers were also re-elected.
Gen. W. Brown, of Washington, suggest
ed that as R. E. Lee camp, of Richmond,
Va., wes in the immediate neighborhood
we would be both generous and graceful to
invite them to occupy seats on the floor of
the house and make their acquaintance, A
motion toihat effect was made and second
ed, when two or three mon jumped. up and
violently opposed such a proceedings, one
of them saying that rebels, no matter how
repentant, had no interests in the business
-of the Union toldiers, and that their pres
ence was an insult which he could not en
dure. Nearly every man in the Houbc was
instantly on his feet trying to make him
self heard, and for a while there was a
scene of confusion which threatened to ter
minate in personal encounters. The chair
man vainly endeavored to secure order,
and threatened to call the police. Qaiet
was finally restored and a committee was
appointed to invite the ex-Conlederates to
meet their old opponents after the business
meeting was disposed of.
A resolution from the Grand Army of
the Republic Veteran's Association was
adopted, stating that the civil service rules
requiring that preference should be given
persons honorably discharged from the
army or navy, in the distribution of officers,
be strictly enforced. Also one asking Con
gress to appropriate sufficient funds for the
erection of a statue of Major Gen. Joseph
Hooker. After adjournment the commit
tee appointed to invite R. E. Lee Camp to
seats on the floor, came in bringing with
them a long string of men in grey suits.
They were greeted with great applause, and
in return filled the house with a genuine
rebel yell. The ex-Confederates were scat
tered among the blue coats, and the officers
invited to the stage. Col. McGinnis, of
Montanna, welcomed them, and Comman
der Cooke responded. Short addresses
were also made by jCoi. Charles Marshal,
chief of Gen. Lee's staff, and Col. Evans, of
Mayor Latrobe, of Baltimore, welcomed
the veterans on behalf of the veterans of the
city. Vice President Hirst returned thanks
in the name of the Society. Msj. Dewitt C.
Sprague delivered an original poem. Gen.
Calvin C. Pratt, of New York, delivered the
oration. Short addresses were made by
Gov. Lloyd, of Maryland; Gen. H. W. Slo
cum, Gen. Jno. T. Hartranft, Gen. Horace
Porter, and C. A. Bohannon, an ex-confederate
soldier. Theaudience was striking
The Singular Character of a Young; French
A small and a large room at the Union
des Femmes Painters in Paris are dedi
cated to the earliest, early, later, and
latest studies, drawing and paintings of
Mile. Bashkirtseff. Her portrait etands
in a corner, on an easel draped with
white velvet and black crape, and gar
landed with bay leaves and flowers. It
represents her as she was, a pale, ar
dent, very much-alive gamine with eyes
far apart, and having the expression of a
wild and watchful bird. She caught a
cold this winter sketching ragamuffins
on the outer Boulevards (after she had
left Bastine Lepage's hot apartments)
for her picture, "La Rue." Going home
shivering, she went to bed and in a few
weeks died of galloping consumption.
There was in her, and in all her por
traits, a singular intensity of life. Those
least elaborated are most remarkable' in
this respect. A full-face portrait, only be
gun in chalk, and hardly more than in
dicated, reminds me of some of Couture's
Tnost feMcitous heads. Mile Bashkirt
seff was fond of Kalmuck, Slay, and
street Arab typesand did a Russian
lady in a way to rejoice Tourguenieff.
Some views taken in the Sevres woods,
in Spring are peerless in their truthful
tender beauty. Mile Bashkirtseff. had
breadth of sympathy is well as intensity
Her enthusiasm had staying power
being backed by an indomitable will
and perseverance. If Bastine Lepage
studied fifty shepherds' heads to get the
right one, she would study a hundred
nuns for her "Saintes Feems." She was
turning over in her mind the death of
Ceesar as a subject for a painting, not long
before she died.
Of this project she wrote in her jour
nal : "What an astonishing thing a great
character is! At the end of centuries
we are as deft about a hero as if he
lived yesterday. I long to do a picture
of Ctesar's death, because of the popular
sentiments that can be brought into play,
the difficulties of composition that are
to be overcome, and the knowledge that
must be shown of anatomy. lam tired
of hearing that women can do nothing
classically great, and want to apply my
faculties to the production of a master
piece in which every one will live and
show or betray a strong feeling of eome
kind. What bothers me is that Csesar
was killed in the Senate, and not in the
open air. This causes one difficulty the
less, and I want to surmount every dif
ficulty." At Julien'e drawing school Mile Bash
kirtseff attended both the day and even
ing classes. She frequently came to the
latter with an overall blouse over a ball
dress, and on quitting her work, hurried
off to somede. She was an accomplish--ed
musician, knew Greek and Latin,
and poke Engliah, French, Italian,
German, and Eoaaian well. She was
very ibnd of dancing. Her head wae big
and her body alender. Her father was
marshal of the nobles at Pultowa.
A class fellow of here tells me that she
had no pleasure in life when she was ton
borning the candle at both ends and
melting it all the way down. It is
donbfoi whether the intensity and
many-r ided activity of her life would
not have broken down her intellect if
she had not died at the age of 23.
Madame Bashkirtseff has founded an art
scholarship to be disposed of by the
French Society of artists, in memery of
A piece of needle which entered the
foot of a Boston street car conductor 14
years ago came out of his arm the other
The American Agriculturist has a de
scription of a barrel barrow for carrying
liquids. A barrel, open at the top, is
htted into tne irame of an ordinary bar
row with cleats, about one third being
ueiuw iuo iujj ui me jrauiti. j.t can oe
advantageously employed in carrying
slops to hogs or cattle and water for
The Towers of Silence.
When Lord Randolph Churchill was
in Bombay a little time since, he visited
amongst other places of interest in the
surrounding neighborhood, the Towers
of Silence. As a result of this visit the
following comments are to be found in
scribed in the visitors' book, with the
noble lord's signature at the foot:
"At the request of the secretary of the
Parsee Punchayet, I allowed myself to
express the opinion that funeral obse
quies conducted in accordance with the
teachings and precepts of Zoroaster, as
they have been explained to me, though
'peculiar to a comparatively limited num
ber of the inhabitants of this earth, and
undoubtedly novel to the stranger from
the West, are entirely agreeable to the
principles of a pure religion, and may be
and are ingeniously and powerfully sup
ported by physiological science and ex
The Parsees, who are very active and
rich class in Bombay, will no doubt feel
flattered that their practice of exposing
their dead on the Towers, to be eaten by
vultures according to the Zoroastrian be
hest, should be thus favorably regarded
by one so well known in the political
world of the little Western island with
which their great empire is associated.
The practice has certainly much to re
commend it in a tropical country; it is
cheap, cleanly, and exceedingly expedit
ious. Men, women, and children are put
into separate divisions on the top of the
Tcwers; but their bone3, those of the
rich and poor alike, mingle in the well
below, into which they disappear in the
course of time. Lord Randolph Church
ill, like many another European visitor,
may have felt the Towers a rather
gloomy and repugnant sight; but the
trouble of a journey to them is more than
repaid by the magnificent view to be
had from the terrace in front of them of
Bombay and the Indian Ocean.
Royal Folk Always Well.
The official "Court Circular," which as
many peopleare aware, is often ''edited"
by the Queen herself, contained a some
what odd announcement one day last
week. It was notified that the Queen is
going to Aix-les-Bains "by the advice of
her Majesty's physicians for a change of
air.rest, and quiet, and neither her Majes
ty nor PrincessjBeatrica have ever propos
ed to take any course of waters, baths, or
other treatment at Aix." This para
graph is a striking proof of the morbid
aversion of Royal personages to be
thought ill or ailing, which is the royal
family of England amounts to a perfect
mania. The late Duke of Albany was
several times on the very brink of the
grave when the papers were being in.
structed to state that he was perfectly
well ; and the Prince Consort was practi
cally a dead man when the news of his
illnees was communicated to the public,
for his case was hopeless before the first
bulletin appeared. Anxious inquirers
after Royal personages who are indis
posed are invariablv assured that "
is going on favorably," when the sub
sequent issue makes it clear that at, that
very time the august invalid was going
straight and fast to the grave.
"No, said the dying punster, with a
grim smile ; " no I dont object to flowers,
but don't have any violets, please. I
shouldn't care to have my grave violet
ed, you know." It . was immediately
agreed that it was best that he should
go. Boston Transcript.
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Rochester, K.Tn Mac; as, 1885.
I assacqaakttedwitk the tmbBahers
of the Amkkjcak Rokal Hoatx, and 1
believe they will fulfil every guaraatee
they ssake to the pablae.
RURAL HOME CO., Limited, ROCHESTER, N.Y.
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"Hey naaa, refoae ft aadaliva flu ehm
idetaayott would aTiper; tad if kakssi
axen your VkootjtorlhwtmM,lmdk3k Mm
for tite frand and aoa aiatlor flaangai fat
the Bwindla, ancUwe will reward yom liaar
aJlyfortieoeaTietion. .- J
With every rliaaaae Iraefiaebla foe tfca
last thraa yean. Oar
Dxugsirt, T. J. Andaaoa. reooamaMadlati
I nsed two bottles I
Am entirely cured and baartily rttoaa
mend Hop Bitters to errery oaa.
J. D. Walker, Bnekaer, Mo.
Oeaaterf eltsaar FXavea afealartty.
"Although couaterfeitiM ia ooeef tha
greatest Crimea against tha bmaineas of any
country, and in many esaes
"DestructiTe of health and lifer
"It proves beyond a doubt tha"
Of tha article counterfeited;
As no inferior article is erer counterfeited.
Proof of this is found in tne great nura
"Australia, England, Franca,
"Germany, India, Belgium, Canada and
Of counterfeits of tha great remedy.
4 Hop Bittere,"
Whose name and merits ara so wall
known the world oyer that it is a
"8hiB.ing mark and favorite prey
Beware af all that does not haTa a
cluster of hops on the white label.
Prosecute tae Swtadlerslt!
It when yon call for Hop Bitters (tee green ehttv
teroH'ips on the white label) lhe druggist hands
oat any muff called G. D. Warner's German Hop
Bit'ew or with other "Hop" name, refuse it aad
shun that druggist as yon would a viper ; aad it
he has taken your money for the stuff. Indict hisa
for the fraud and sue him for damages for tha
swindle, and we will reward yon liberally for tha
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort ia the moat ucceaafol remedy
I ever used." Dr. P.C.Eallon.Koakton.'Vt,
"Kidney-Wort Is always reliable."
Dr. B. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort haa cured mywlfo after two years
Buffering." Dr. C. 21. 8ummerlin, Sun Hill, Qa.
IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
it has cured where aU else had tailed. It la mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN IX ITS ACTION, but
harmless in all caeca.
QTIt cleanses the Blood aa& StreagtAcits aad
tires New life to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys in
restored Tho Liver la cleansed of all disease,
and tha Bowels mcrvo freely and healthfully.
In this way the. worst dfsnswwi are eradicated
from tbo system g
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Dry can bo sent by mail
ITfXLS, JUCUASDSON ACO.BarIlasrtaaTt.
TATJOHT AND BITUATIONl
FURNISHED. Circulars free.
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employment and good salary
seUing Queen City Skirt and
outfit Ire. Address Cincinnati
Suspender Co. Cincinnati. O.
Bold by ALL DIALERS throafhoat the Woda.
Gold Mesial Paria Kxpoattlosi, 11TS
LYOIA E. PINKHAM'S
'IS A POfiraVX CUEK POB
All tkese aaiaM Cosaplalati
aad Weaknesses se cesaaioa
, ,teoar best
s FEBJALE POPULATION. 4
FrlM SI ta HyM, pM ar Im ht.
Its jmrpose it solely for ths legitimate healing at
Uteate and the relief of pain, and that it doe aa
V claim to do, thoiuandtofladiee earn gladly teetifg.
I will cure entirely all Orariaa troubles, Inflasaaav
ttoa and Ulceration, lUllns; aad DUplacemeata, aad
eonaequeat Spinal Weakness, and la particularly
adapted to the change of life. "
It reraores Falntness. Flatuleacr, destroys all craTJaf;
for stimalanta, and relleres Weakness of the Stomas.
It carea Bloatmg;, Headaches, Nerrous Krotratloar
Kestion. That feeling of heart ng down, causintr paia(
and backache, is always permanently cured by its mm,
" Send stamp to Lynn, Mass., for pamphlet. Letters of
Inquiry oonfldentially answered, fur saint druggiet.
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K. N. U. T.
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aaTertiseamesita, do aet forajet to say
tmat von saw it ia tkia paver.
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