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THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE; WASHLCTOff, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1886
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A SVKY PISOM TrHTTTIEK.
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1mmmii time iifHt. Mt,rt4n SHiiimor. Tbo Mut
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liiiMiUn Itctich for An Autumn Peeuwa. whc
1.ft.tel w nh jiltMenre. Tiie Sutnanwi brwtticht
ll.'tiiii h iHt-R (fHi.,My .Vow all The Cilins of Ilia
I'ntiii The Auniwrtmrr Iurm M-)rnd hy Jter
Imrn, r.tUhK-; MimhI IliUifW af licxiHtCt-AU mimk
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Ilt'uii Ship f llritviU, -Mrkii, t TU Jfwbwww
Jroui cm- !lA!it-Jtire, rccnlied Mtur of The
rck of IMvii.uuMth in April, off the count At
Port Kyl. Hut, it we Tl linUki, Aotwmn of
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.iinir)'H'ti tu huu. At Eveotide they went
( ,'vrn The Kin-r l'th, viliere Ue -.irtr of Our
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thi irf!imi. U.;iimhc,thy wwTlie Siner,
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VVimiii the Oi.tt of 11i OMlBurjiK'"oMiblor
Kai-uiidUoig OhurcJi iiiiwiut TIn? Ftnil4,
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The ljm-1 roe, were reditMr x oinne of lkirne,
t.tl. cu tro in Tfar I,ilniy f IWlCiiitrht of St. Jwhti.
Ti nrsi ttny th Itcvintted TCcmo. l.nke, Anrwrns
tin' Hillt,, wbov they bul ftwti Gone lw Que of
Tht i-1ti 1 iuwr. An ttay WMHd Tlio FouaiaiM
near 1i,e Luke -ie., thy foNRd The MtiiV
IHmij. i .'i ud IT in' sltrten Murgncrltt:. Miriam and
Y. Miaving: a wrtuih of llceei IttortBOMm aud
Ti ailmr Arbiiuif t.. iny on Tim Grave toy tbelake,
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1 1- n i-.-uied A .jrjvit ie mupttad V ho tiie
.r.iveol i'iie Hit.iof The Oarri'WNi of Cape Ana.
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had oiiee beau stuou'-tt.iund while Jaanafywiiffroni
M.iiiHiMeUao V.r.u, hut had raUiraed fro
Yo ktowti otwmti..,efi hy Matwi Martia. Peoai
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at I he h-H'i of a MemHM 'itM SlMilBttdrt
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in j-.i.-tiit of 1 e r.i vt Mart uim uc, wl kad
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in not aeoMMr u au exqauwte iiauae or i k ro
ninti Hud eMUKiiiit uay of liiiujr. Kaitker ki il
ne . -m-yioae mple e lady or euiiwwi. Tbeae
1- ), u: or hie. . Utd u Uu itl Xt.ioa of Mm,
omy lo lie eratiiiAi od deatrtiyeii ! linj daai far
1 ttHicy if we r- 11 a oarefal. lxt a t faal
aaiMtiaed of xn i-rty , bat let aa be poor cruoafaJly.
Iai an apprtnU- the huautia Murouadia;; aa.
wheiUer a oar )wMMn ta aoC. Ami above all.
let u live with u our lattwNsea, by wi.i'A we wiM
hin an aaap n.ma. John Mtkuiii,jr.. Pttfiohl,
policy ox icm:irLE.
Xkaji FMBKini of IE C C: WlM will tall we
whi time polte '. ? 1 aa ot.uiltiCf I by tka aaMy
tiiinreirt id mioi' luiicy wkit&kave Uti krongkl
into una gin liie Ikjmih- qaauo baa been Mr
Miunded. tSom l.a.vinttt. toad whu. m ken urkiM
tiou a taily ta.k. ware Hlaneh pn.i.it.iUir. now
iHvupy a neat a lb ftuUey fane and -Jty 1 dara
1101 not in ilMon iwiia , a W4a44iujure my ianda.."
Othur baenicat iuta. atant! by tkcir al etd tous
H.ri.nt. riuui.eri a Uh tke lnUi." imi of fkticaX it
int. ;.t,w, irawKik, . hitsk it p..tk-y, WiiVt pro
iitt'ilory fBHjta uo.p, currj-hir the favor f kotk
pHitiev, or a iH-iiM-rjded tnaa etia-liag oa oajaaidn.
u-u -.t hi u una- tuai ud far aafiport ? Atma Dyer,
i'waioroy, a nan ier.
A JJEBKifcKA. BOfS LKTTKK.
DicAJt Twk-ne; la reply t on uuiaoiI Itifer
froia Jiwiiiiiortiik, I "a., 1 will uratl.y My ttn 1
wtui broujgt up in that Cwutfty ; livod m Maitaa-
Iay , ieavtajr tnwc in la?a. I am in uny anb your.
GlN4aai.ltiy ft. men irfmAm tu.
ll'MT Wtmj K I ii'lldr twMtiar. .
"SV.M.e on !... m -a -b-mtaried craw;
The fiieaa.j tun kiatuaoii?
Our iraire ara bedaeiMd J'.h ftowarn, ,'
Tbe Iwwtiv t- gtara aad In tgbt, -;j.
And old fmniliar laaoat. . "-W
Ate liUaa wtOt Joy and IkjfhU
Tiie Joly 4o -m ta llufv aaal rto w
The joniHteH pafaw are takiNg.
Tiort tkaj' oay ad i wp and dkaased
Aauat our warry-walNic.
W wean to aakakrala the Fourth,
The evt -wehwM'- vomer,
TIijb antad event, wkk Kraat oeiat.
And baraki of tk MauMMr.
HA. lJajMatua, Amaahoe, Nob,
JHTH'K OK TOftAOCO.
1 our yetiaar imwh and y woaki tt tohwaai
ulonc uvy a-oald mm baalOuer and kajudur day, ta
iwir owl utc 11 aa aaama ana a iniaimaa lor
Nehraalm, trlio want to Portland. Sf.. with ker
aunt in too uleopor Kldonaio. Inez I Orodiu,
Fartnlaioii, Iown. Wonhl like lo know 1mw to
mix iiaiats. "The Joomid BaHa,' lioaitse.Soatk
W am od aontr?: "Tiie BaUarwl Wail of SamWjr,"
Tho Unknown Uand," aad ' Gipay'e Warning tMj
Annwor. XeiUe Hayuea, Gananoqua. Canada.
"Tins Home of ily Boyhood.- James L. Shum
way, .Seiota, O.
To Exkanae Sonr: A popular ont for "Grant's
Slardi Around the World." IL M. Hranbroofc,
lUUn, New Kexion. "Jwhais Iorer," "Pratty
Quadroon," or "A Window by the Sun," for " We
All Wear aoak. "Tka Prettieat Sonc or All,"
and "Sowar of All Soaga." M. Bila Campbell,
Parkwood, Pa. "Sweat Byo-and-Bye" with 11rlH
tiona, or "Xua'o Grand IawsU" for "Tlio liio
BOKrali,M hv a D. Hlalia. Will irfve 15wsoof
fclictA musk) for Ike bent piouira roreivetl before
Ang. 1; three book fur aeeead liest. Cabine4 pre
forrad. Borta C. Miilur, llalta, Morgan Co., 0.
Tim Curlau Canter.
fAnsrwors to qn eat ion will not be puWI.-iotl with
in two or three week after auoMtions appaar. So
all will ltava a clmnce vo bead reptiaa, aad racolve
lranorafcle inntioa with number answered. 1
it mmi been akl the treo beara fruit without
flower, tbe arc so ouriouly conooalod from ob
Zeno, tka nJiiloaopker, when tortured bit oil lite
tongue aad threw it at kia lor men lor.
Philadelphia waa souhal by 'William Paan in
16K1 oa laud puroktiaed from the Swedes.
The find bonk printed mi the Itible, in 1433.
It wni principle of Human law 1 hale vary man's
houne is hia cjinlle.
William Kiag was in Cuba at tka time far taking
theoaUt.aod the United iMataa WmUcr adailuk.
leretl U10 oath. He died of oonauinptiou in Alii
baina on lib May to WaatiiiiKtoii.
1. What baUks xms foazht after tha tiaaty of
peaee waa aifrtted with Um Brittoh? Cordla Uow
di:4t, HockbrhUa. Jdaw.
2. What Kiar pwscnted tlio King of Enaland
with au ulopkunt, and what whs the yaarr Ueiij.
a. When vere tlw epithets Whig and Tory first
ummJ t K. P. GoWea.
4. When, wlwre and for whom waa Uie first fur
imee built for tirtsBuOtonT John Moran, jr.,Itoek
Uai, III. ....
aWlio ndmlnlaterc the oath of ooo k the Prosl
dent of tha United Stat? r ,
6. NYkat ntliv Aaiarican was known aa' Lady
IliwweonJ-Jaary Van Horn, Warrington, Ind.
3. Whan wni the Jlisaourl ooinpromkse iail
and whan repealed ?
2. Whan and by whom wore al mannas first
8. In wlmt year was the Bank of ISagtamt aatab
iiauadT 4. Mllion was the flrat oopyriuhl lnw passed by
a. In what year nnd whora vm Utc flrat fire com
jany Mntaaiaad in Ainaaiea?
B. 'Inen ware lb lirst patemrinht laws aaaeiad
in the United Status? 0. F. Kiurle, Mifttin, 0.
Hs that la dead is freed from ain Is found In
Itau-oHk-i, 6 : 7.
Iu tiie loTtk I'mlm are four veraea alike
The sixth, M2t nth, t-iijlitV nud ninth of the Ton
Caminamimoato ooaiprcnaad the principles of
i"saiw UV liaa 1 vursm, and Pmtrn 117 has two
vcrae. the louei aad aitorteat in the Uibta.
Tiie liiiiedom of Igraui wad dividwl undar Jero
bonru and Behoioam, aotui of Solomon, 97S B. C.
lNaruah, meaning sen, was the seaeral name for
kitur or oatporor.
Miriam aim the uiaier of Moses, and was a
proitht-t, iKiot, and ainger.
The Book of 1'iuUn baa ISO cbaptera.
1. Wla?re are cnRine okeii of in the 3fbl?
2. Who waa fortaddeu to mourn for his wife whoa
aba diad ? dateaec IL McClnrw, Oiomboa, Kan.
3. Ukat vewe in the Kibhs eoutaina all the letters
in tb apUabat tavn two ? AJlie U. Driakwalor,
i. Haw old waa Aaron when he died?
a. What praahet foretold the preacihae; of John
tbo ItaiiUatr Frank Uoinoa, Haikon. W. Va.
6. V no wrote the iaat aaafV:r of lrovarua, and
where and whett did he raiar? Edn Z. Y'ounj,
7. Of what kind of n rode w it sakl they all
drank? M. M. MeUall, Cola Camp. Mo.
& Who ootaaiamlud laeml to be wade out of
laillal? Oeurfjc Tattle, Bnuaiaar, Mo.
OUR RURiJL TOPICS,
Some Practical Suggasiioas for Our
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n!' when tkay ar-only tour years M lltte jatwi
M . MarattaU. 1'areaae take Mty nAvUm aad haup
tiie IhUiy wewt away fraai your lyi. Lona A.
i tUiaaa, tioott. Miek.
Tobawsa a. a iiuii. Ita inrktnaeaan thu Harvoow
aad inuiwakir t)umrt dauorMi. fte uae wmmi
Hditfaedoondilioii of ike v.tui urata. It k mi
espeniiv aad laguaUac haiat. K tatetttguiit
periwHi would advice naotker to m it. Marry
Monarch, JoMi.erv.ile, imi.
TolnMotKi k aa (Ktuoaoua to th ktwaaii ayetnm im
alcohol. It la-odooe aa unnatarat Utirk, whioh
lend to tha mtftn. It la deteriwratina; ta Ilia ayfi
l4.iii. and the k that Uec tl ran tka riak of Htms
dwuriud iu body. uimJ and tuai. IfJoha Jaarakall
iW give ap tobataat and take ta hooka it would
lie l-ur fur inuMtf aad the wr1eV-Mary Hail,
JJe Witt. Neb.
TMK KATloKAL TTtlKL'XK PUCDOX.
Jim)ma On lyaokr iak Vwfi it JIM U Me
ttf Htnrty. foaa atjaalt aad Ike riaaafian aan-
iiirf, h4 mdfit .ily jiiatoearaBkwaie aarady mmnl
tmr pvae imaUtmiiuiiM hm4 dlaarwnWiale m Ifaaanawjfe? a
Mwu yrei utfU ri ytmf prtmMm m the immtmilUt
wktrh ax Ui" . Jaa faat a a Haaat f jhvH e
1 atoud iVy au ommtry aad her kef, nid &
u-ui ar iaer.
IWbnoua Wkhaiar, J. JI. Wklariar. A. L. "Wlda
tior, amp 1, is of V., 236 "ho nut atMuLSeraaitaH.
I'm.. Luaratwi U. Mliia. time 712, Vaaauaaaa, Ind
I44rl 11. lirr.ou, tMBaalbt. Ma.; Harry lx, Mr
daekavilki. Pa., aaa of Ge, 3. Wth JSk nalunaH Jna.
litt.eoia. aw ol Oa. r, Mtk Maaa. vakwui, Iwn
We'll ail atawl ky tha Uakni, hoya,
Wewii, utaaa her never 4
CNd Jeft'. who ware the patlleout,
Our XiUioi. triad ta hevar;
Hut lung a we aaa aae aar jcwai
Our Jkai.oii Ntatala haaar.
We will mil net tie oaward, kuya.
Like aid Jr J htvk, dkt,
Kta- wk 1 . t key weiK ta eatu a Mux
TbttiiU4 wi-ui and kid;
liul an-.. lOand by oar Katies, hays.
Like at. 1 old -tnran4lkt.
Ju:i.. iVlttoui iiblt Iflwej rTflt,Iowa,
CI 8 V(t'H3 lUX'ECITS.
Tr.a Tuia r : 1 UwikIiI I woald write a letter
fir i I't 'I uon --., foi ia.ua wautad aae to. Pa. wm
hii oivi MoldRa i.o'i in- teiti. bate of atorlae wtioat the
ilithiK lie wa u. We all kke Tax Twtacjrjt. I
itat. ..M.-iiiu. urtft '.oyeareaadabatf old. fme
, -.i we4jt. I mi. :z yearn ukt. Thia ia the Orat
it n.-i I ver i.ii. . I'm iaa wiikar. I oaut think of
i.i.t more la utile. UuoU-b-- Latiic MoCtliv.
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To CowTRtiRTTuia: in aeuttiugr nuewers name
Ka. of Tint Naiiokai.Tkisvx1b wbieh the pnxale
1h found. Anawaro of guawenj may b forwnread
wuJiiau week AOarretsiviwg this TaLBUKa. Bonot
-maku itvmeritMl eniginM of your own iwiiw.
Answerti miwd-1 aeoorapany all puaalea forwarded.
AJMWKJI9 "X0 VV7.7.t.m IK TB1BPJ?B JUKE 17.
T&Brle Tliere ia a land of pure delight whore
aamia immortal reign,
Insnita day exeluded tha night and
pleasures haatah pain."
Hehaliac0 L Drum, rum. 2. lip aae, feur, car.
I, thar, iwvrk.
Cryptogram George Waahlngtofl,
ladder U ildenteaa, UaUyatmrg. Wiag, Llfrht,
JSar.y, Kahob, Itug-ar.
Oroari VVonl Enigina Otkolla.
likklcn Fiowera Roso, Pink, Paiwy.
Kuiffum i. 1 Euurwta-
haagmH Xa. 2 Golden Dayti. ?-.
JSakjaaa Ko. 8 Captain tSeorgo E. Traon,,
JIIJIDIGr TKIOBHAKD FIHU8.
1. Charley JWwardvsliad your book.
2. Tko can'n raye ware powerftit. 4
8. Ska fctd that her ring waa atolan.
i, Tha oiathos arc well eoafced.
f . Than 1 will owe you one leas.
i. Ohmnt rouhal an army.
X. Y. 55L, Orookstovm, Dak,
Why Is a han idtlhi on tka ft-ooa like a oeat?
Ctajtan MuaaiMly, Mankato, Minn.
Itouad rea gin hat fa tiielt iese
Yqlacik opnek laayeik tail
Km roatef eanht utbyhet omhit
SaHattwae ta ogd'u tktrri dhan.
M. Xiia CaaiplMtii, 1'arkwotxi, Pa,
To eaat rfida jelaaaas.
A ummSum kind of earth.
D&ad in ouauiog locks.
0. B. Haydon, Hardin, Mo.
HOW XAKY HVCKl
A du4t beftire two duecs,
A duck lmhind twoieke,
A iw;k Jielweo two duck.
Mothiw I). AdanM, Unkmvllle, InA,
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98, It, Hit not well;
1. 14, S, IS. 12 ia a gtri'fi aa we :
X. 12, 9, 8 k something bird llake
30 UKTO YOUB ?OHirB0K, 3STC.
The Nmv York Tiattvi, prints tie following
parfcmaot pantgrgph: "IfaW mutt we aettt
ated hy the principles jiif mornlitx nnH jttatica to
their neighbors there' would ho less concealod
ill-fueling Rtnong farmers to those who livo
across the road. It is quite common to seo a
farm on one aide of a road infested with injuri
ou infects and weeds, not to speak of maraud
ing animals permitted to roam od thehighways
aad treanaas on neighbors' lawns and gardens,
and oren on the crops. .On the other side is a
farmer who patiently gives half life time and
much wearisome labor to. fighting the swarxas
of tent caterpillars, apple worms, currant
worms, potato beetles, true borers, and other
pernicious insects whieh swarm from their
breeding grounds acrosa the road or fence, or in
replanting gardens, shrubs, and trees which
have been wrecked by the cattlo escaped
through tipen gates or bad fences. Headers
whom these remarks fit may see their justico
when their attention is called to them, for it is
thoughtlessness and not intention which is tho
cause of tho wrong done. Hut tho wrong and
injury are just as irritating and hurtful
although they are not done with design."
I.UKTS IX COWS' TEATS.
The way to pretent lumps forming in cows'
teat is to milk them clean and then thoroughly
squoese in order to dislodge every particle of
Casein or butter fat which may have adhered
to tli a pflaaago. If left in the udder teats it will
lie likely to cause a callous to form around it and
stop up tho passage to tho teat. Cnroleas drying
up of cows is the chief causo of lumps and stop
pages iu tho milk ducts. Sometimes a bruise
or inflammation will start a lump, and as it
irritates tlio lining membrane a soro is started
and the inembraue is thickened and grows
around it and so forms a. callous bunch. There
is no cure of which we are aware, but tho in:
sertion of a milking tube will do much to
mitigate the trouble.
TUB VAI.BK or OYPSCM.
The rule in using gypssra should lie o litUo
at a time aud often. It is best applied on the
leaves and before a rain, but in Midsummer
or after it will increase the size of ears of corn
when a second application is made, as compared
with that only plastered early iu the season.
Its extraordinary ofiect on vegetation under
some circumstances suggests the idea that it
has often somo tiower to decompose air and
make Its nitrogen available as plant food. If
this theory is correct, one can well afford to
apply gypsum frequently in the hope of occur
siottxHy hitting the right tiwe and condition
for receiving the most benefit.
For several years past a series of experiments
have been conducted iu .hngland on several
methods of planting and cultivating tiie potato.
The result is that " hilling " or earthing up
produced the best quaiisy.of tubers, but deep,
level culture gave the larger yield. The ex
periment of planting whole or cut tubers gives
a docJded testimony tu fHvor of the formor.
Thinning the plants to fojar or Ave diminishes
the amount of small tubers aud increases the
weight of the aggregate crop. Potatoes hilled
or earthed up are lew linio to rot than those
produced by level cuif ureV
APPI.TZKO 5lAJrUT PBOPERIA.
Most farmers draw, w&t manure they have
on their poorest laud, kinking the best rich
enough to be profitably cropped without it.
The result isafairljgoM crop from a largo
acreage, but with IowppSes little if any more
than the necessary oxiienattof growing it. Tho
reform here needed if-gtog the poorest land
in grass where it will be less expense, and will
be, however slowly4, gjjbwhtg more fertile.
Thou apply what mantra ean be got on the let
lausLjtrow large crops, and -use the profits 011
"thoJc la improving the remainder of the farm.
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., ' Qui pasture make thewssc of butter.
9 1 ?aajK eirliMM a.alr.uka alaaaa ea a - -?
' , vwi jNHMiuro 111M00 pwucj OtUW ,. 'J
x ua raiiK. miiH 00 cieau 10 get- puuu imuuri -
Use on 0 ounce of salt to the pound of butter.
Churn often if you would have sweat buttor.
Sell as fast as made to get the meet for the
Wash out the buttermilk if you want good
butter. . e
Skimming at the right time prevents rancid
butter. - I
Paok it as soon as salted if you want to keep
the butter. ',
Stirring the cream frequently will make more
Churn at 62 degrees to get the cream quickest
into butter. ,
It. 1 fa not girl;
J. JB, 171
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tjttvsku cny, 1 .n.
tRa Taiai . . I
wh"i i mm
Hv,til jui'I I went tn Mdioa with na, where wa
uu ih old aoldiera marak. 1 think thara muat
bav : 11 n lotitdred od!eT aHaeethar, aad y j
li ' of tliein. 1' at eoidter af tha lat Wia 1
'.. '' H Hhialda Poet, Na. 22, bad tkffae
i.-i,; uml 1 mi udl V4Mthe mtmh- maoa tka aot
ut r, 1.1. j. 1 igni up. We arc (our brothers, and ar
ai- g.ad were liom ia lite tJaioa, aad only wink
. h4tJ iii.H oiti Jell llatia akeaj ha btiped tatpture
Mtii. . I ie'i'!.c HttMNsftakt, Madtaou, WW.
nttkusni Kxcats-Ka wjixtku.
T.. r.t4mnga : The laumaga t a-rar S3 Hewere,
th.- 1 ".trtHtioW kIhma Imi uuuigravuh earda aad a
iu' k af cbitmit. vinu eafaafoaaad haoke, akl
aad uaw.-iirhett W. tMluud. Blue Ifarth, Mian.
A It fiat oorncit withaatcuelun Aaodaae ktatruatlun
tKMdl ia a cor fia m mr 4mm j u uii..
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peataat in a aaae aaa
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1 .a M. MoCunly. Him. iwfc. n, , t
i,i tUn, Peru iud., b; Ai.im ItmitMiiHU
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omring, Iowa, 2, lleteliit aadja, t,
i ac ti mm.
jj.u' Pi aiairt it
SfieJ. strT WaTfc'W
a i-oi!tctioii of avonua, arrow buad. etc , far tha beat
M-u-inautg piuaiar pranawHai type. Frank Wal
liek.kaoBvute.lil. A laoa phafor Uie bat latter
or pbtrt.atraj 1 af a kafy.-Oliaa. CJiHurd, Baaaaza.
Uty, Idaho. Hand prtotinjc pram far heat jauute
of a young huty.-flaui. Wiag. Carey. Mieli. Ton
jHeeta 4 ahaet muak- for larataA oullewtiun of ora;y
IMHfiasa.-la 1'pa. A We.vakj, 2J-itajh whaol,
1 uUUt tare, tur a giad upyfjjww or HaKMUi aoroli
aaa and lalim. Louie A. aiaw, Haas, Kao. Gold
riti for he latter .Utawffe O. Otuuii. 1U Harado,
Iud. Iinicraith alham far bant latter. 'Loon
I in i.bworih. m arada, lad.
Wautad : A yaatae far ramav4ng jnolos from tho
aktoi. 4rl liotusr. Chauiuui, U. Some one to
m-nd me in neuU far a globe aaoUni. Laey Pnthor,
(H . ilHMghiei uf 3. K, SSd Ohio veteran, itaporiul,
t h iw o . Neh. Lottawi loMjripU-e af hotuo and
ims.-i still rutarn MX foreign io(aBO Btinp8.
-tohu-am, Pardaovitlo, Wis. Iiiforinution na
i" i- I aaa tawaura the old oriuy ami?, The
t i Martrouahofo." O. 1. Wutorbwry, Kora
topunuii, iowu. The wliUci of u young lady Uvm
kvfht boy do:
Mk 4. S, IU. S U what syiaaae live in:
It, at, SI. IS, 21. If, 14 has only two wheels.
My whole ie au ohl and true aayin.
- Bortht C. Millar, Malta, 0.
My 1 W in Meuhen, not in Judah;
2 ia hi Judah, not in liauben ;
t Is In Matiaaaeh, mtt in Zebulon ;
4 ie in Sfebutou, not in ManaaMih;
fa in Halt Ben, not hi haatekar;
C ia ia leeaehar, not in Hull Sea;
7 ia ia Golan, not in Htmeaa;
5 to In Sbneou. not in GuhtH ;
9 fa in Oilgal, not in Pneulc:
It hi hi llienioe. not in tSiiRiii;
llkjiw Ham, notia Lud;
12 k in Lad, not in Ham.
My whole ia an anoianl oiiy.
H. 0. Ames.
In Varnip, but not injiotak);
la Oaaar. but not In Gala;
In ntiishad, hut nut in ended:
In butftod, liat not in upended?
In fanay, Imt not in Joke;
la taagwa, hot not hi anoko;
la femiib'. but not iu key.
My whale U aomeihiiig all peuaders enjoy.
D.Oukttf, Oaaiuiatt, 111.
3f a. 1. Tka watcra of two apriuga now together,
ewe at the isieof 21 galkNn. iu 12 minutes, the otkur
at ike rata af 31 gallon, in 1 minute. Which flows
laefaeMfr, aad what k) tha diAemHse?
No. I. What la the length of a rape that matt be J
attawiea to a aarae'ii imwk tnat lie may lead over aa
muYMiifa kkiusja yo. L
3fvr raaalng on my race,
Xeeer atayiax at one pktoa;
Titroagh Ike world I make my tour,
K very a bete at the aaaie hour;
If you phfaaa to apaii my name,
Kmrenoa ut lorwaru ite tue amine.
Joaa Jau-.. Washington, D. a
KHVMIMQ IKsUOKA XO. 2.
My Seat ia a barn, who gare kia word,
Aad fur Weiiaee aud guutlend draw Ms sword ;
A umful ntatal my tweoad ia found,
To obtain it mm have to work under siouud ;
My third is what the mariner dreadti,
Aa upon bkt vetacl'a deck he treatbj;
My wiaiU ie wlmt wa all muat petal,
whan upon the hack of a rtery ataad.
Cliiut. Wiiigr. Corey, Mich.
Tlmw art bornkl of the driy, 0 first,
AM gloMity would it be,
II iraan thy nfaUon thou ehouldet burst
T wamlar In the heavenly mu.
Sad, laeUe man, would bo no more,
Should this event take plaoe,
No more waukl Wlluw lieal tho chore
Bat iuap to unknown apace.
Tha aaaond wan horn not long sro,
And lahl ujkmi the urnvo '
Of 1dm who faeod the Southern foe,
Thin fair land for to nave.
And on the mound of" Unkown Dead "
I fain you Wooni to-tluy,
Aa fair, perhaps, as nny spread
On Deooration Duv.
My whole you burely all have eeen,
Ily ronJniilo and in Held,
Ha aunuy face beotiiH quite serene,
And innny n aeed 'twill yield.
Hunald Templo, IHohlnnd, D. T,
Unlike other cathartics, Dr. Piorce's "Pel
lots" do not render tlio bowels eoslivo after
operation, but, on the contrary, establish a per
manently healthy action. Jie'ingcniirdtwjeiable,
no particular care is required while using them.
A mess of feed given to a cow while she is
beig milked draws hut attention, aud she will
not bold up the milk as eews are apt to do when
the ol f is taken from them. The milking can
be done more thoroughly, as well as quicker,
when the eow is quietly eating. And if fed
turnips or cabbage at this time the odor will
not affect the milk.
Kerosene oil will take mat off from iron if
time enough is given; but for quick work a few
drops of sulphuric acid rubbed on the rust is
preferable. But tho iron must be wcllscoured
and a little oil poured on as soon as the rust is
removed. The acid will eat into the iron and
form more rust unless this precaution is attend od
While not believing much in dosing any
farm animals, or even human beings, there eau
be no doubt that occasionally doses of turpen
tine, sulphur and charcoal, mixed with their
feed, help to keep pigs in good condition. If
these are given once a week, tho hog cholera
will not appear.
The root of a tree that is to bo transplanted
should be pruned. A bruised root does not
throw out rootlets like a clean-cut one.
A farmer ought to have vaseline about the
barn. For wouuds, sores, inflammations, etc.,
there is no salve so healing and antiseptic, or
so agreeable to handle as this. It is not a mys
terious mixture, sold as a great animal specific,
vol it lias many virtues, aud farmers would do
well to use it often In cases where one hesitates
as to what can be best used. It it perfectly
The following general rules will apply in
the selection of calves, to be raised for dairy
cows: The head should not be over largo, tho
nack thiu rather than thick, aud the skin pos
sessing a soft feel that can only bo judged by
an expert. Look to the escutcheon and milk
voins. Those are as good indications of char
acter as the pedigree.
A good horse, over nino years old, ought
to havo 10 years of work iu him, and in fact is
aften a belter purchase ttan a you ug horse. lie
has been tested, ad,j grenk spots had beeu
found the horse would' haire been lame, blem
ished or dead. ' U
A litter of pigs arttflsd in Spring or Sum
mer grow rapidly if "Jiasture, because the
green foods keeps the pig digestion good and
enables it to get fuU benefit from any other
GxmI that may he oattp; i:
If n young pig shouUT happen to die while
tholittor is with the owjeinove promptly and
bury, that tho sow cannot get at it to oat it,
and thus give her anumeiite for the livo ones.
Many farmers continue to keep shoos on
their horses during tJjg .plowing and corn cul
tivating season. It vf-jll be a relief to tho horse
aud benefit his foot thWijelioved of shoos for
tho plowing season. w-
Tho best remedy tu .uro warts on a cow's
bag is fresh butter siifim'eed iu strong vinegar,
rubbed on two or Unmixes a day.
Snvo the hoifor celvejj from tiie best cows
and raise them. "-"
Erory cow well fed and well budded will
make a load of manure every two weeks, worth
on the farm at least $1 por load. But this ma
nure will not be worth this uuloss tho cow has
abundance of nourishing food.
Its coucoutratod curative power makes
Aycra Sarsaparilia the best blood purifier.
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Often, whan readinjf or sewing, there is n dizzy sensa
tion, which in extremely unpla&aint uml diMgreeaule
To obviate tin dllttciilty all kinds or treatment have
been tried. Recently a pliyt leian In New York City, ex
parluionUng, found iluilaniiidtloseufGitiORiubcrx rlils
would work a complete cure. The trouble art-was from
liver and stomach dhordeni, and then; Pills act n a gen
Ue sltuiulHnt, clearing the system and reulatlm: tha
action of the stomach.
FjqiG A FltMtopped freebyWr. Kline' Groat
I llUi Nerve Restorer. N PlumW tint day's
twe. Mnrrelom cures, ircatine and ftr.uO trial botUe free
to Fit taws. Send to Jir. Kline, '.fit Arch St., PUlhu, l'u.
Heutlou Tho National Tribute,
Prartlcal Dalles Tamtht by a Study or the later,
national Sunday School Leason Appointed for
Jaly 13. St. John, 11: 1-1 G.
One reading these notes shook! Una carefully
fltudy the paragraph from tho Holy scriptures aa
We arc now to consider our Savior's 30th
miracle. Twice before be raised to life the
dead, viz., the son of tho widow of Nam and
the daughter of Jairus at Capernaum. The
case we study thia week ia the calling up from
his grave of Lazarus. This happened in tha
month of January, A. D.211, near the village of
Both any, an unwalied town, and about two
miles from Jerusalem, the Mt. of Olives inter
vening. Lazarus had two sisters Mary and Martha.
It seems our Savior was a frequent visitor at
the home of these three. Ecclesiastical history
states Itazarus was about 30 years old at the
time of tho ascension of Christ, and that ho
lived 30 years after that event. He was a dear
friend to Christ and to his Disciples. He seems
to have been youuger titan his sisters. It is
thought Martha was oldest of the three.
1 Mary is first mentioned (V. 1) because perhaps
she was most- known at that time, but speci
ally because afterward she became famous for
having annointed Christ. Though the annotat
ing was after tho resurrection of Lazarus, yet
it was before St. John wrote his account, and so
doubtless influenced his mind in arranging tho
order of the names. The father of the threo
was probably Simon of 12:1-7. Some, how
ever, hold Simon wa3 husband to oue of the
sisters. The mother was probably deceased.
Only St. John gives account of this miracle.
Why did not Sts. Matthew, Mark and Luko
report it? The followiug reason may be given :
The writers of the first three Uospefa wrote
whilo Lazarus was still alive aud may have
thought that reference to his resurrection might
revive opposition to Lazarus and load to perse
cution, and possibly to his death. (12; 10, 11.)
But why siay & mau who had once risen from the
dead ? They probably might think he would
not be again restored from the grave should
they kill him. And Christ soon afterward
ascended, and could not, they might say, raise
him from the dead.
At the time of tho sickness and death of
Lazarus, Christ and his Disciples were at Beth
abara, a village northoest from Jerusalem, and
d istant about 30 miles. It was on the east side
of the Jordan, and so in Perea. (10: 10. Com
pare 1: 28.)
The sixth verso states Christ delayed going
to Bethany for two days after he learned of tho
sickness of Lazarus. It would require one day
for a messenger to go to Bethaharn. Then add
tlio two days during which Christ remained
after getting tho news, add a day for Christ
to go to Bethany, and wo have four days.
Lazarus probably died soon after the messenger
left Bethanj to go to Christ. Then the Jews
buried on the day of the decease. Kow we un
derstand why in verses 17 and 39 wo have four
days. Wo know the Jew3 interred corpses
within a fow hours of death. The climate was
very warm. Probably this fact may aeeouut
for the origin in the East of the art of embalm
ing. Lazarus was doubtless dead when the
fourth verse was uttered. Somo think verse 1
points more accurately to the moment of his
departure from life. But if Lazarus died so soon,
why did not Christ go at once to Bethany? 1.
Perhaps he would avoid tho three days of
mourning with which ho waa not pleased.
(Matt., 0:23, 21.) 2. But hi3 principal reason
for delay was to render the miracle of the res
urrection tho more wonderful the les3 ques
tionable. On verse 9 seo 9 : 4. The Jews divided their
days into 12 equal parts. One's lifo may be
styled his day; his death, night. (Ecc, 9 : 10.)
V erso S refers to Christ's death. Jesus, by
omniscience, knew how he was to live and well
understood the fact that ho would be able to go
to Bethany, notwithstanding his enemies.
With prescience he need not bo so prudent as
a mere mau. He could look at his life mission
from a different standpoint than could any
Versos 13 and 14 show death spoken of as a
sleep. (Compare Matt, 9:2-1; Acts, 7:80; 1
Cor,, 15 : 18, 20 ; 1 Th., 4 : 11 ; 5 : 10.) Wo are
immortals, and there is really no 3ch thing as
death as to ns. Sleep i3 also a beautiful euphe
mism for death.
It is plain our Savior was accompanied by hi3
IC A pasties. Only one, however, is mentioned
by name, to wit, Thomas, famous for distrust
the skeptical Disciple. Verso 10 represents him
hi a kind of petulant mood. " Well," he says,
"if Christ wilt go up and be killed, let us all
go and meet the same fate." His object was to
check hi3 fellow-disciples rather than to in
spire. In verse 15 Christ plainly declares ho was
glad he did not happen to be in Bethany dur
ing the sickness and at the time of the death of
lazanis. He had several reasons for so feeling.
Ue mentions one, viz., the increase of the faith
of his Disciples. To have cheeked his sickness
would have been somo aid to their faith. To
have saved him from death at its last struggle
would have been a greater stimulus to their
confidence in Christ. To havo raised him from
death just before burial would have been a
great feat. But to go to tho grave after the
body had been buried four days and call the
man up from the tomb was so wonderful that
no room was left foranythiugbut perfect trust.
So much as to the 12 Disciples. Wo may say
the same of the Jewa who witnessed tho mir
acle. And what a blessing tho account has
boon to the world during all these age3 ! We
aro all glad Christ was not at Bethany until
Lazarus had been dead four day3.
We notice the second verso i3 in parenthesis,
as forming no part of the account proper. We
would thiuk in reading that the anointing
referred to occurred before our lesson. It did
not, however, until three month3 afterward.
aud indeed waa probably largely due to the
Why did the sisters send for Christ ? (V. 3.)
We havo tho explanation in verse 21. It seems
thoy were conscious of his power, aad believed
that if he were present he would restore their
brother to koaltb. Their confidence in his
willingness to come was based on their knowl
edge of tho tender friendship existing between
Chriit aud Lazarus. They use no argument.
They believed that all which was necessary
was for Christ to know their brother was ill.
Where one loves all he needs is to know.
Tho sickness of Lazarus wa3 not unto death
in the 3eiwo in which our friends die. (V. 4.)
He was so soon to come to life that ono could
all but say he did not die. At tho same time
the death was as real as any death, a total sus
pension of life, tho beginning of decomposi
tion, the separation of soul and body.
Wa see how God may be glorified oven by
what seems advorse. It was important our
Savior's deity should become established. We
can see how Christ would bo magnified if he
should raise to lifo one admitted to be dead.
Wo can see what glory has redounded to God
through this miracle. To this very day it is
ono of the evidences of Christianity, ono of
tlio grand proofs Christ came from Heaven, a
comfort to overy dying bed, a consolation to
every mourning home.
Evideutly our Suvior had a peculiar regard
for tho family at Bethany. (V. 5.) He fre
quented their homo. Thoy knew much of him.
He imparted much to them. Though we have
great regard for every humau being, still we
can havo a center for affectum, a headquarters
for love, a circle of peculiarly dear frieuds.
Christ seemed specially attached to St. John.
It is not inconsistent with universal love to
have more familiarity with some than with
It would-seom verse 12 is advanced a3 an ar
gument to persaude Christ to abandon tho
thought of returning to the neighborhood of
Jorusalcm. It is clear the Disciples did not
want Jesus to go back. (10 : 31.) If a patient
.sleop, it Is always judged a good sign. Had it
really been aa tho Disciples took Christ's nieun
iug, it is not likely ho would have loft Betha
bara. But Christ meaut Lazarus was in tho
sleep of death. It is not to bo supposed, how
ever, even if Tboma3 had tho idea of Christ
viz., that Lazarus was dead, that he would
havo favored returning to Bethany. He would
probably then havo said, had he attempted an
argument, " Well, if he is dead, then there is
no use in returning." Wo cannot suppose
Thomas had the idea his Master would raise
Lazarus from the dead. True, he had resur
rected two persona, but tho instances were so
rare as to bo no rulo.
Verso G shows there must havo been a fearful
strain on tho faith of the two sisters. They
supposed that Christ really loved their brother,
and that the mero word that Lazarus was sick
would insure his presence by the clo3e of the
second day, and yet ho remains two days moro.
How much such trial of faith wo must endure 1
Wo. wait. We di3trust. Wo say: "Ho never
will come. His profession of friendship was a
farce." Let patience havo her porfect work.
Learn to wait. If Christ ever delay, it is for
oursakes. If faith be obscured.it i3 only so
that it may bo tho brighter after a time. We
shall feel to thank God for not comingtosoon.
"All things work together f-r goo? ?o thm ho
are the called according to His purpose.'' "Our
lifhtaiilfetkn. which is bat for a naaBS.
werketh for us a fkr more eaccerfjaMr, ewea an I
eternal weight of glory.'
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IK. L. G. P., Was Hatm, fkaav-I eIkae4 An. 1,
1SS2; was dbehacget! Fab. I't, IMS, to raaeiva a com
mission ; served an LieiUomwt a mil May -I, kMe. to
the eloec of the war. I applied to Ifte? for addttionnl
bounty- nnder aet af July 38, UBS. ut tha paper
were returned to ma with tha ntdrtfeamant, " Not
entitled by reneon of receiving iMutiiuaion," Am I
not cntitictl antler any rulum aaaat than to ?ueh
bounty? lamaer. You are now ntilW to reeeiae
tha iuhHtlonat bounty mater a reeeat deeuuun of
the Controller. Thfe la keemva yet Med yonrektim
prior to the limitation. Yt a sfcaukt write ta tha
.-se-ontl Asdltor of tha Traaauty aad revive year
A. IT., Btrr Oat. ITaa. 1. I Ike whiow af a sol
dier who enlhAed m tka erviea for aaa year and
vrm honorably dtabarged therefrom, uml eoa
trneted eonaoaaptiaA while ia tha errtee atW af
smmv, leaving; bar and hure children without sup
port, eatHietl io pemuoa? . fan ska apply in her
name or tlmt of tka chihirea T Ska remarried akaut
IK month ago. Anmemr. 1. If tha wwhw baa not
remarried aha eaa apply foe aaaaam for iieraeif avl
ehiltlven, 2. If the ehiUtrea over ycare of
age they ean apply for thaaaadvea ; if mute It yeum
she can only appiy m gaafdiaa. Havtog raaaaVned
she has fbrfoifted ker hM?ruPMJ right la penaioa.
It. B.. iWafaghMa. O.l. x a.ne eakoiad 5ar.
23, lftl, for three year, hat t'.erttu4 kej relevant
June 23, l-3, havuur reeettv : eaUy threw aaoatka
pay, and eaaated ia vh ratiawat.titg. t 161.
and served tkrea iav. mi e koaoraMy da.
charged. Qift aahi -td&rt Oraw ii. bautace af
monthly pay af ha aaevate? X Haw uWawi aa
proeeed u, enhaet 4 meant A-e. L Tka
net of May 17, let aeewtdae for a 4ihrtu ia aaek
a eaae. z. Appty ta tae Attyaaant-'Hwaral, y. H.
Army, for a dkienw-;e .'roea yatir ttratweiraiea. The
net mentioned rfaea ! entit'e tha aohiier ta nay
pay or bounty, eeeaawe it t-uea pay and kotmty
waa forfeited by deaartma.
A. T. W.. -oVkuW. Pa. I SJetl a elafm for pftaehm
for gunehot woaad, dtarrben and rupture. My
emiin has been allowed and my carudcate eatls for
Si per month aa gnaukut wound. Am I to eoneider
the claim rejected aa tha ether two thanbiliua. or
dropped for wa4 af suttteamt evkteaee? Annr.
If your eiaha far the remainiuar diaahlHrkai aaa
been rcjeetett you wilt be duly notified to that etteet.
Yon should wrMa to tha Coaamaaneaev of Peamoaa
and aek him tha condition af tka renmmuar of your
D. C. JTaibew. Jmd. L If a wklow of a sottHer re
mnrrhH, and ker saeoad husbnnti leaven her with
out ni earns af saaaart, ifier runniai; through with
what property had. eaa she bo restored to the
pension-roil by getting a divoree aad haviaK her
named changed hack to her former hutibaad'jt
name? 2. Couhl a soldier have the mnitha latter
of hw name put in when it wu amttted by the
Orderly of hia ragimeat, not knowing- af the omis
sion until too lata to eorraet'; Anar. 1. No. 2.
J. J. O., VtoH, X r.My kuebaml tMad during
the war. in ISiM, kihI in two yeaes I remarriett. My
seeoml husband leat two saaa la the war, aad for
one of whom he waa about to draw a peaHton when,
ha died. Can I eoatinao to draw tha pentuoa, not
lwing the mother of tha aoklier for whom he waa
druwina; penaiea? 2. Had a bill been patted jcraaa
inc a ttotdier'd whlow her penafoa aain when her
second husband dies. Amvrer. 1. You are not en
titled to pension, but you ean teeatve tha aeeraed
pension wbieh waa due him by applying therefor
to the I'erwkm OtHec, providfaagr you are kia legal
wilow. 2. No.
C. R.S., Anderson, Intl. It a soldier tttaarmar a L
pension (lies, leavim? a wife and adopted ebttd
under 16 yeara of age, woukl the ehiid he entitled
to pension? Anstcer. No.
J. O. W., Bhtff Ctetk, Kan. It a widow's elaim
for pension was made special, would aba get back
pension the same aa if allowed by the Feneton Of
nce? Antwr. Y'ou probably refer to a special net
of Congress. All pension claims whioh are granted
by special nets date only from the pacnage of the
nets. No buck pension is paid in sneb eses.
0. B. L.r Big Sandy, T$nn. 1. I raeoivad a pen
sion March 17. ISfiO, at $2 por month from Deo. 9,
1So5, to Aug. 5, 1881, when kwt examination was
made by a board, whieh agreed that disability had
ceaaed, which !a an incorrect statement, aa my dis
ability is chronic diarrhea. Shall I be eompeiled to
appear before the same board, or ean I go before
some other? 2. If tho Senate pension bill, No.
ISH6. becomes a law, how will it affeet my elaim?
3. Can I have my elaim taken before Congvase?
What are the eliance'-t of its Roinc; through, and how
long- does it take for such a elaim to be acted upon?
Antwer. 1. You can go before some other board if
you make a written request to that etfeet. 2. We
cannot say, aa the bill, if it passes, hi liable to be
amended from ita present shape. 3. We do not ad
viae you to lay you elaim before Congress, aa
there would bo very tittle hop of mvornbie eonaai
erutlon. Congresetonal legislation en pension bills
is long-and tedious, with chancer of final success
somewhat remote. Presidential vetoes of sueh billa
axe quite prominent feature of this Administration.
" A . J., Dejkinee, O.l. Where win I obtain a
ccy of the latest tacties in infantry drill ? 2. What
is necessary to be done in order to obtain a eadet
sliip at West Point? 3, la there any arrangement
by which the Government prepares a boy for mili
tary school? -1. If a boy obtains a thorough under
standing of military drill at other plaeea than at a
Govern mentachool, will the Government recognize
him thesamensif edueatedat West Point? Answer.
1. Write to Messrs. D. Appleton & Co., 1. 3 and 5
Bond street, Sev York city. Said firm publishes
the ofileiid army taeties ( Upton's). 2. Apply to your
Representative in Congress. He haa the appoint
ment at his disposal. 3. No. 1. No.
K. and L., Vail, Iowa. 1. Waa John C. Breekin
ridge ever in the military service of the United
State? 2. If so, wm it in the Regularor volunteer
service? 3. Did he hold any position, civil or mili
tary, under the United States Government after the
expiration of bia term as Vice-President March 3,
1351 ? Aimeer. 1. Yea. 2. Ma,Jor,3d Ky. Vols., Mexi
can war. 3. Yes. United Suites Senator from Ken
tucky ; but he went South with others at the out
break of the civil war .ind entered tha Confederate
army, and rose to the rank of 3InjorGeneral there
in ; waa subsequently Confederate Secretary of War.
C. O. 0 Cenlrevitte, Mieh. A widowed mother
was living with and supported by a son, who had a
wife, also living with him. The son enlisted and
died ia the army of disease. The widow procured
a pension, and subsequently remarried. Can the
widowed mother now apply and procure a pension
aa a dependent mother? Answer. No ; beeauae the
soldier left a widow surviving him. That fact bars
the title of parent.
S. V., She&v, N. K If the Senate pension bill No. j
iooo uecomes a mw, win iiioye now urnwing les
than S4 draw Si or not ? A. says those now draw
ing less than $1 will draw the sum a as those mak
ing application after the law ia in force. B. says it
only titl'ecta those making application after it be
comes a law. Who is right? -dtuwer. As the bill
reatU, it only provides for pensions hereafter grout
ed. B. is correct.
C IL W Detroit, Mich. I am drawing a pension
of $2 per month, for which I received back pension.
I am ex peeling an increase on the old and two new
disabilities,, whieh were contracted in the service,
ami which 1 have proved. Will 1 draw baek pen
sion on the new disabilities, if the arrears law is
extended? irwnuer. Yes ; providing degree of dis
ability ia shown.
0. H., lUtntlallsviUe, 2f. K My pension waa
originally granted at S2 per month, and was in
creased to $1, because a nerve waa left bare. When
I drew arrears I waa allowed only $2. Why was I
not alio wed $1 all the time ; my trbuibitity being the
same, and it being an oversight of the Kxuminers,
who did not notice this nerve at the H ret examina
tion? liuwer. Because under the law an increase
of pension for the same disability originally allow
ed, can date only from the date of the Examining
Surgeon's certificate, whieh establishes the right to
increase. Had you applied for increase earlier,
your increuse would have dated further back, but
it cocld not go baek of tho date of the Examining
Surgeon's certificate made afteryouhad applied lor
A. 3IcA., WiUkuntburff, Kan. ily husband en
listed December, 1SQ2, and was discharged one year
later fur disability. When he enlisted he received
325 bounty ; Is he entitled to the remaining $75? 2.
Is there a law giving bounty to drafted men of lafl-i ?
3. Will they have to employ an attorney to obtain
It? ,ljMMr. No; because he did not sorve two
years. 2. There is no change In the law. Certain
drafted men are entitled, but you mil to give dates,
therefore we cannot advise you. 3. They ean do as
they please about employing nn attorney.
E. ii. J., Protection, Kan. A woman, whose hus
band is still living, hud two sons in tha army. The
oldest son died in tins service, leaving neither wife
or children ; the youngest eame home nn invalid,
and ia now drawing a pension. He has a large
family to support, la the mother entitled to pen
sion ? Answer. If she can prove dependence upon
said son for support at the tmte of his death, she is
T. A. W.rfiortli East, Jftf. A widow marries a
soldier, who ia a pensioner ; the soldier dies, but
not from the disability for whieh he was pensioned.
Is she entitled to reserve a widow's pension ? How
aim to wnom must sue appiy, provtuing sue noes
not wish to employ a lawyer? Answer. If the sol
dier dies from a disability whieh was contracted in
service and in line of duty the willow id entitled to
pension without regard to the dutu of her marrkiKe
to the soldiar. Applioation should bo made to the
Commissioner of Pensions. It should be under
stood that if the euuse of death of the soldier did
not originate in the army the widow la not entitled
8. C. ., Middletoum, Conn. If a soldier makes
application for inerease ean he withdraw his claim
alter he has been ordered bofore a medical board?
If so. how must he do It? liurwer. If he desires to
abandon his claim he can do so at uny time by
notifying the Commissioner of Pensions to that
J. ., Versailles, O.l, A soldier's discharge was
destroyed by fire. How should he proceed to pro
cure a new one? 2. A soldier served in tho navy
and sold his discharge. He wishes to enter the
G.A.K. now should he proceed? Can he gut a i
... lltu.i .,lL.l.n. n.l t. .....i i , .
vci.uiuuo uuviiiuiju, huh iiuwi jkiistvcr. t. xvp-
ply to the Adjutant-General, United States Army.
2. Ho cannot procurea certificate of discharge from
tho navy, but he can apply to the Post for admis
sion, and said Post can obtain from, tho Secretary of
the Navy, through Department Headquarters, a
certified record of the service of tho applicant,
which will be sufficient for tho purpose mentioned.
A. W. B., leomuister, Mms.l. Was there such a
regiment aa the 4th U.S. Cav.? 2. Waa it a good
regiment or not? .-ln-sitw. 1. Yes. 2. It was a good
regiment, and it is still iu service.
G IT. 0., Athot rnre, Y'ts T t erm. S
oUieer af tiie ail' war, whose rewtgti.tt n
baaed and accepted on a earmleate m ib-, .i
given by tho Surgeon, entitled to mileage u. a
akieeefdtscnsraamphiee'ifr' . ' ' nam? r. v'iaI
Departmont should ae appi . -r iolt? An
Yea, if the thaabiiity erh$jutki .. , ur. u-a n.it
m Una of duty. Apprteaiioii th a I -e m-ide to .ho
Second Auditor of the T reueury
Jfc P;, TfeeaMMfem, M. A soimer applied r ;n
sfon ia 1SW3. aad it waa granted n : -sa. K ow
dead. It ths law to remove tinttt on pantex ai
it settle aad pay arraava on sakl o.Jier't pemnonf
daw aw. Town widow, yea.
. 11. X., Wamtm, m. After a ajnlm h.w in
Submitted to tha Board of Keaiew for nnnl ai n,
haw long tfoan it take to deakfo tha aaae ? 4 turner.
It kv tnposaikla to 4iaio, baamata no two i!aim aro
alike, and different aetfon i takan in ti.ir-rer.ii
cases. Ordinarily a alahn would go through No
Board of Kavhrw hi lew than a weak.
Jfc P., Joieu fitly, Aacu. L Imring the campaign of
i I heard h sailed in a .ipeeah that the iiaie of
Mfcvtonri sent into the TTniuu army more rebuilt". ta
at hiAintvy, enaalry, and bfltterias, than the -om-btned
six New Kaglnnd State. X What hi te ad
thre. of Cl. M. Berthin. lata Colonel 1st I' a
Sharphootara? Jaafaar. 1. Whoever mt-le 'int
apeeebwaa deealedly htaaaet in his ataie-.. ins.
Tha State of SCiasoarl seal into tha I'nicn urn v H
wginaenai, six hattari, and Ml eofnpanie. ..rK''e
gariaa; 160,111 man ; while tha Iw englnml -t.ue
sent iato the Union army Ittt sKtmwH o.i.i j,a
aiea.t batteries, ami twa batta.i. iK aggrt iuiug
uorviu am. a w uuty bo ui:iri-- u m onr , iire.
B. W.. AHg. Jfo. 1. When i,i.'.-u.n.i! ,v .!,.nv
Is filed in a ohiimou appeal, i tt-ienttnttie r"ei!.H..a
Ontea before tha Seereeary of th uifavior aete nion
It? 3. 1 SauS auah eaidanea to Uk -.ecreiary ..i 'na
luturiar ia tha aarry part of .1 i uary Jw i.vv
lonjc before 1 aiioukl kaar from . i daauw , i. No.
2. la about a year.
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Ifoc&Uy jteeomaMmded by the Jla-her 1 4k',.
tne World for ijerofaia, i mmnw, J aits
earty atagea of nuaHtioa, toartrtm -..;
aetvroraaaof Biooti.aal for saiaa..r3. .
87B!l!? perfo.de eoaise. Sf ne i, .-. .,
Biwoetl 'Kauosftl. 40 tm Baaaiiarte, Bvi.
E. Fongsj-n. ,& To., N. Y., Agent far theC'.S.
aklby DrugtrUrta aanerally.
ileatlon The Kattenut TritnmH.
UAIJULU formation matltfat If U'-K.
Dr. VT. E. BROWN",
NORTH AJAUS, Masi.
aiectkiu Ike National Xrioanc
i mmw iiTi,?
7 - a
wanleuiiui o-t uiaa --, teMoauMia ' -a
trmaadtbnhavthifnmtBrniurata, laanal'oai .
I ham mfc fi iU f BIT. SS1I.KrY , 9kl , f
SIb'liTIK-iS a Brd-l"ne Mad?. I warm t. BTWwml? ti-. -a
the worM ean4. Buaaitj others ! WJinem,3 ' ,
at aowrealng,iieiiro. y.nlaioo. r,r aaltw a
Fio Sotuafiay iaeai': ile iwmady. fil Borwwit d " tl
Otttte. It eftuayim nnMD a tr!af. v.n.1 taiaaare t -.
Adtlraw Or. U. tl. MOOT, MUFeartSalfewTvrz,
HenttoaThe NaUoool Tzibuno.
ThonMUMki tMir utlinoay to tk j.
SmqiI ntftinp for pampblea AtMreai,
L. D. McMICirllSZ, M. D.
63 rliagum St., Surtelo, H. Y,
Handon The National Tnuuse.
And other suffer j- -a
. iwrvotw tieMHry ,-
icBronle UMnae8 p u.
Itleeiiaa of yoene; . ....
poaiiivwiy onrea av
llorne' eanK Ki,
jairnt-lki Iti-lt 1 .,
In wy -k'Xi .-Mate in th Diiiun havt. etn '
Kleetrlct 5c.ty umtaB'.'y feit. Prtenwk.
veaia. Wh.e family can wear same bl. Y ,
upansorltj! fie with male belts. Avoid wortlr
itauons ami bojrtis companies Eleetrte 'l'r.-
l. upturn. 7H etirl in'5. e srairpmrpaui -?.
D. W. J. HORNE, lrlVtKT?i, 191 WASASH rW.,, BHlCA-lC
Mention The National Tribun.
Hia.a!lBU Jg-Srf ZrV
E SaiSiiLE TREMMI1T
Permanently restores EXIIAlTKU VFPAX
ITV;, LOST VIU4HC .md Uaieent DobilhlM.
ABSOLUTS SUCCESS eUAHANTRKB' woe.
other ti-eatment fails. iurTreatiie ami lrtrtona
for Hume i.1ir UAILEI) rRKE. GHBVlfi.liE'
RKHBOY AGENCY, I 11 Broadway, N. Y.
Mention The National TrlbunA.
sS: Electric Belt Eree
To tarrodnco it and nbtam agents wo will for tha -st
sixty days Klvo away, free of cbargo.hi each county
in tho U. S. a Ihnited number oi our (ienimn
Electro Galvanic Suspensory BcltM, Psie8 S6
a posiUve and unfaillnir cure for JJervoua l;ebittt7,
Vari ocele.EmlBsionB.Impotoncy &c. SSee.oer "ward,
pai ". if every Belt v.-o manufacture does not jeaeet,'
atr. nuineelectricciirrbnt. Ad'Ire.atonoeKLSCTRIC
p-T.T AGKNOY. iM. r-axl 4. Urooklyn. 37.
Mention The National Tribune.
Expressly for tee cure oras-
r ngomeritsor t-e gaaera
uvo orgnns. A coaemuaua
stream of ElactriOlty per
meattngthro'thaparufmust restore them to Wealthy ao
ton. Co nut eor.founrt thia
-with SiectrioSalta adVsrd
to euro ail ilia: it Is for tha
one specifio purpose. Far
full information adtlrea
Cheever Electric Belt Co
1 03 Washington-st. Chteago,lU
Mention The National Tribune.
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NtJf 9&E- Jfi iMvanHintMHimMiii mKmM SZm ISBh mB,avBViqMiiiiivaA PTa
aevi -'-" tir-.i--'- : m .'ia,- -m &. tLx i i aia ar t ytti nra
Whose "VITALITY ia fRlUnt'. Brain DKAIX PI aad
AiinDteii bv ail French I'h vsklaiiH uml l--.tr raoMI? and
mct-essralfjr inSrotiiK-isl here. A.lwettiwtuntf losufeaRBd
tlrmnti promptly etieuked. TltATI.-i sivtag aew.
paptir and mettical endorsements, Ae. .Pit K K. ConaaUa
tlon faifice or by inwb with six emment docom F KEiJ.
CI VIALE AGSNCr. No. 174 dlton it;aol, N&tv Yerk
Wnrrantetl ui'e, Certnlti undKetunl.
wiui my "Slixir or Pensjrro3!,al., (iree
Sent! -iu. fscamsdl for Tiartiaular
V. SAj:r-i'OiN.aI...Stotlon L.o
Meutiou 1'hu auonut 'tribune.
TO WCAlt'' RICM Who are JoHbrtag Irem tha
i U V CfAi WlLli elfrcts of yonttuul error, tort
niaiihotxl, etc. I will -(end vou a valueblereatute aeon
the above diseases, also ilireetions fur elt' cure free of
charue. Addrs Br. N. .11. JIOftUAN, Iftidiyme,
Montion The National Tribune.
finiTering from ha ef
fects of youthful er-i
rors, ory (Joaar. tout
manhood, eta f will nend a valuable treatfeefsealed'
coatamtntr fait nartioniurt for home euro, free'oi
caarzij. AddreaaProf.F. 0. If O WLER.A!eodas, Conn.
1 43 ii- ff3a381
For ?fervouDebiluv, Seminal Waakaat.
Lost Manhood, ei-, the eifeete of raantmi
Iniiix-reuons. roiitlvely a Permanent (fnr
in from Two to Savcn Weeko. Addias 0n
BOILVNNAN, No. 525 BIDDI.B STB1
Sahit Lodis, Mo. staiiusu1 in 1SS
tTTH1 A T. Wonknoea, Bahlllty and LostMoahood
Va XiJ nnickly and postuvolv onred. Hand for
our Ulastratcd book, mailed PIIEE to all araiaaed;
Ad(Iruss,The Clarke Medical Co.,astUsddaEi,Coaa.
Morphine Hnbit Cured In 10
; dnya. ?lo pay till cprejl.-
J. Btcniicus, Leiinnon, unto.
TRUSSES SENT ON TIUTAL.-C. H. EOCmfi
STt)N TltUSS CO., Chicago, 111. Circulars free.
Mention The Natiouid Tribune
CATARRH CURl'X-Certaln, Dnftdllng Remedy.
die-, Itav. T. P. CIIILUS. Troy, Q,
Meunun The National Tittmus
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