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INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31 1885.
PAGES 9 TO IG
I'M! I ifOl ' h
sr 1&e SUNDAY SENTINEL -a
Offers! advertising in its Want Col
umns JEEE to Jhose desiring situa
tions, I asking information, private
families wanting help, renting rooms
or desMng boarders. Also articles
lost oi jbund. Other advertisements
in thefftant Column inserted at one
third he rate asked bv other news-'
papen in Indianapolis. These ad
vertisements reach each Sunday from
65, 00(5 to 70.000 readers.
Jj AP.ljERä. At 1C Teru street.
housework. 1' Fletcher aveaae.
"ZOY a'idrug store. CTS West New York streit.
JOY attlrugEtore. 378 West New Yor street.
;ED-cok. ii West iV&shlngton st.
LA si SASHMAKEK.atLnersou's Mill,
ANjKU-Tinner. south Dtl wäre streit
"Yy A n;;d Tricycle or bicycle at 314 E. Georgi
tint-Class. 123 Last WaThlnglon
FVf DAY L AHDLR3. 79 NoxU ILiaois
'ANTED GM ton
alt on table, 20 W. Wask-
TT7 ANT! P-Gcol tobicco Uripptr. ISO South
JV Illinois tu Gl
FEW.'DAYläOAIlDLRd. At 141 North Tcq
Vi M Nl fcu TwoT frsbchus sewing girlZ 112
Vf For Wayne ave. 31
QEAMST.HKic, 1JO North Msdsiippl street, to
"Y17 A NTLD Colored boy to drive carriage. Ad-
Y ai3". i-, im once.
flOOD JlACHISCRY DRAUGHTSMAN. Addre-
Box City l'ostoßlce.
tf aNTZD A good Irl for general
V? irj ?;orth Mississippi.
ANIfcD White barber, immediate; y. 117
Went vt'asoington s;. 3a
MAN AND WIFE: gardening and housework.
lki ctuth Illinois tueeC
"IITASTED-Eoy who has had ei perk nee as a
V tait?.lCi JSoutn Imnolstt. V4
Gobr washerwoman, at 433 North Illinois
street. No other need apply.
G(.oi ,wi , about liitseo, to assist wlin nouoe
wotk. 26 rtestst. Clair street.
t 1 ANTED Two youn men to occapy room
W with board. :Stf North Lau st. , 31
,ERMAN GIRL, for general housework.
jcrth Illinois street,' Immediately,
"llANTEcookat the Union Bestauraat, S7
W East YVAithlDg'oa. male or female. :il
AMtD-a ?ooa coat maker; steoy wore.
Aqqrm D. lula.nd, Seymour, ma. si
CoOPER.tor-ooptarrf 1: apDly atone?. F. M.
ARCHDEACON, 276 West Washington street.
7" ANTED Pecond-hand piano In exchange for
tair wor. Address Piano. Sentinel ofle'
ANTiLD Boy to sell calling card?, mottoes,
etc. 126 Wast Maryland. E. E, Ii AY Ks,
ANDEtt Briefe to make In tho country.
Ci furnish tools and hands. Adress
A. ii , Sentinel office.
"ITT ANTED A steady young mm wants a aitua
VV tion as engineer. 173 East Washington
O YOCNG 3IEN OR ROYS to act. as train aeents
.Ja cn the railicad. Apply at ISO South Illinois
CS ILÄTll FI SI n ERS. Indianapolis Chilr Man
J ulacturint Comtfiny, lit West New York
oJ-.ttMAI Oai.. MbUis tUK-p tiouac lor a
Jt naali family or a widower,
j. 21S Poloraa c
i a:'I'Mj A pnnfl-hnl tiro itnvpr. Art.
VV Cress, suing price and kina, C. R. RY. :.
w, i T s m
i uit jna.
WANTET Woman for city or country work.
3 S Totomac street, between Ca:iioruia and
B. atkfoid. 16
if ant ED-&itoat:on by compstent Irltodo
Vt general hoasework. Inquire VQ North New
Jeney street. 16
WANrED-Corrcspondenca with som party
desiring a gioi location for a grlst-silU.
Audrsfs ox 3, Comrniskey, Ind. 21
" 7 A 2i TE D To sell a or:l mo-M
tjons'jwith or witlojs outa:. A tlf
C. l. Boatman, ShfiAan. lnd21-3.
ANTED biiuatlon as nooaiteeper la small
V? family: so wash!n?or lronlns; relcrences
Siren and required. 113 11111 avenuo. 10
T7 ANTED Two. girls want sltnationn to do
' it light honsework or to work, la factory.
Apply at once at 29$ South East street. lo
TEMro RXltYuR PERMANENT; oflk-e work or
tor ks preferred; tokg pested and baUuccd.
A. T. LEWI;?, 712 North Tennessee street.
ANTED-SItuailon by younj; man of twenty
vv three: Rood penman; writing or copying
to do ertmines. Address C, Sentinel office. 16
y"ÄNTi: D-Nou-explwlve Headlight oil and
W jure 74 IrcvJorizd gasoline, lor vapor
B ovtsiiom d. E ulLIdOil Delivery Tanks.
WAN TED Likely loaiinf, gooI appearing
co)ortd pirl, oi 10 or 17, to trcampanr fam
ily to Cape .May, Juul. Addrcsi LATüRoi.
1 17 ANTED A cood man to work In a milk dairy
V ' who undeistaads thecirecf horses; mns;
te a gcod lallkcr; lo others need apply. 5Ci MAdi.
.son vrnue. 1C
ANTED Parties to call at the INDIANA!'-
) II (Lwi'ATrsTAfiKsiT.roonw 7 aud
i . Pi'iiunci liuuaiag, 10 see uscsul ana novel
WANTED Goofl co'oret Irl, thorouhlr ac
quainted wnh chamber wort, and must have
pentel aprxartcce and good manners. Address
MENTOR, this efhee. 21
"rANTfcD-SituaMon as drug clera: by a
f? younjcman, steady an'i willing to work.
JLttler of riciumeuUatloa from last erapioy
riu Address box - . Anderson, Ind.
VXntEDTo work at iny trade in some
kocl OHrber shop unuor lnstrncttons.
liml two yearn experience. Will worfc cheap,
Addm uHox liu. Di PLIN. WAYNE Co.. lyp,
WANTED To bny a etetland pony, or n scull
pony of any kind; would exchaaiw a new
ÖJVcr?an for thi right kind of a pony. Address
If RANK LONG. Kllzafllle. Boen County, Ind.
ÄNTEI)iBituatlon as houekceper or seanT
uti in tome Hnt class hotel, by tn ex
lri nctd and com intent ludi: can furnish boa
cf lefirtucei, Addrtts MLS. E, W., this olc
. 24 3
I T77ANTED-lTotsunt family in saod circun
v v itances, without children, to adopt a brl;ht,
1 irtellif r.t bionda air), live years or as?; goodref
' rrrc given aud required. Address , IXR. J. N.,
j this cn: ce. . .11 .
' Tanted Forty acTts of rnoieo land, situated
I v within te milcj of IndianaroiU: noae but
Crtt f it nted b descritcd. Adarest, giving full
ifrtril'.n T- r!r . If I X 1 tw V- ?fca
.-Eit,Ir,d A I
WANTED A lirst-clsss turner, ttmNorih Al
ANTED A m-cias white barter, at 147
i Washington street. 2u
aNTED situation as wet nurss; reierence
given. Ko. 4C2 South Illinois st. 0
ANTED Gents and children's cist-off
clothes. 135 Massachusetts aveaue. 21
ANTED By middle-aged lady, sltuüioa as
housekeeper; can give reference. Address
M. C this cliice.
WANTED Man to take care ol horee and work
around houre. Apply to Hunt's boap Com
pany, 707 South Weststrett.
WA N TED Situation by lady; copyist or writ
Ier of any kiDd ; sew or clerk or almost any
wages. Address R. K. B., Sentinel ofiice. 27
WANTED Rental property for desirable ten
ant; cn tecs 25 tenants in a short time.
HAMLIN & LEMON, 36 North Delaware street.
Wf ANTED Situation in a retail croccry store
v T or drive delivery wason by a youn? man of
nfnetcen; reference given. Address A. R., this
" J N 1 El A Rtntleroau or ldy ugeai Ciamae
33 k day 6o:icUing orders lor enlarged pic
tures. Address, lor two days, W. R eitinel
r ANTED Parties to call at the Ixpiavai -
CLIS Patent AGEsrv, rooms ". t-, 7 and
Heutinrl liuiicilng, to bee useful and novel
WA N TElf Sitnatlon by an cidcrly lady as
seair.-:tres3 in a family, either citv or coun
try. Call or address Koom '.0, Moore's Block, Mu
sachuretts avenue. 17
U ANTED Salesmen Two exrerienc31 sales
men to travel in Indiana and Illinois. Ad
dress MACK STADLER Ai CO., Wholesale Cloth
log. Cincinnati. O. , 215
W ANTED -Eoard in private family for lady
and four children; one lse and one small
room required. Address ADVERTISER, circ P.
O. Box 95, Atlanta, Ga. 27-3
WANTED To rent a small, unfurnished sleep-lng-room
by a seamstress: must be in respect
able family and cheap; would ratner room with
some lady that is rooming. 'Address LULA GOR
DON, this onice. li t
WANTED-Situ&tlon as clerk in fctore (crocory
preferred) by a young married man: two
ycaisand a ha)f experienca rs clerk in genenl
itore: bes t of relerenceF. Address IRA E. Mc
CARTNEY. Flat Keck, led. 16
ANTED Ladles ami gentlemen in city or
country visaing to earn i to Ü a day; no
cauva sing; work furnished and spnt pymali.
Address, with stamp, CKYKTALIZED PIIOTO
CO. ;3W. 7thSt , Cincinnati, O.
WANTED Having been permanently engaged
during the patt three months sewln? In fam
ilies, and rot wisbicg to get out of employment.
I am deslrou to receive othr engagemttntt. Ad
dresa OERTIE L., Eeatlnei otlice. 27 o
"ITT ANTED Situation by cood worker to do
YV nousework in rmlly where tnere are no
small children, and wnere I ein takecaiMof five
year; will work in private family for f J per weak;
reference given. Apply at 235 Bellefontaine st
WANTED liavluu been permanently encael
during tü3 past three months sewing in
families, and not vtUhirg to get out of employ
ment, am desirous to secure other, engagements,
either within out of city limits. Address GER
TIE L., this Office. , , 21
WANTED Situation aa traveling salesman by
an experienced dry poods and notiou man;
will ro on the road or act as city drummer: have
confidence to sell any line of goods: refer to sell
on commission. Address S. C. GEORGE, care
Letter Carrier 31, city. . 15 s
WANTED A gentleman doing business in the
city wants toird during the summer Kiontns
far himself, wife, baby and nurce at some pleas
ant country honte within a radius of three or four
mllesfromthe Postotlice; is "willing to piy well
for vood tccommodatioDK. Address, giving name,
location, terms, etc., P. O. BOX U3, Indianapolis,
"rANT KD A Gent-nil Aeutfor the ötateof
Indiana for a line ol hardware social
ties. Some capital neeessiry. State age, ex
perience and amount of ready cash you can
invest in a safe, permanent and profitable bus
iness. For lurther particulars address
bCHOKIELD M.NF. Co.,
164 Indiana St Chicago.
WANTED PartnershiD Dr. C. C. Sharp, the "
celebrated medical electrician, wants a
partner with imall amount of canital. A knowl.
edge of medicine not essentia). Tne business will
ray. without doubt, from ilO.COO to S30.0C0 clear
profit per annum: an opportunity to make big
money that does not present Itself ouce in a life
time. Address the Doctor at tho danttarium, ls7
North Pennsylvania street. -27-7
RNISIIED room tor rent. 151 East Ohio,
J KELY furnished room. 215Noith Illinois st.
Lt;.Ni'aED or uuiurniihcd. )i North Ala
7"ERY handsome furnished rcoms. 22ö East
HANDSOME furnished, IrouU M West Ohio
LARGE room, nicely lurniehedT 110 Hast New
rpHREEor four rccm?, neatly papered; cSeap.
J 2iHBrrftdwar. . 31
WhaT Ohio st, lulte ol nicely furnished
j J front rbom. si
rpworooro in uocd condition. 25S Indiana ave.
g. shawattei: 31
Jr C RNISIIED rooms for rent. L05 1'ark ave. Can
; be seen thiec days. :;i
"TICELY furnished jooms;
JLl chtap. S'J Indiana ave.
OOM?, second and third floors, with board.
13 norm reunsyivania.
PLEASANT ROOMS for light hou wkesniu e.
253 MassachUtetta avenue.
ARGE unfurnished front room, ground floor.
ciitaj'. i'.. .onn Illinois.
J7DIiNi6HED or unfurnished morns;
; siied. North Delaware.
board if de-
JURNISIIFl) front room, down-stair, forgeJtle
- rceu- C3 North East street.
TWO tooms and aicave at nnVcstNonh st. In
quire at 21 fouth IlllpoU ft. 31
T T N V C KN I S H ! D slee Pi 0 tr roo m. M IlÄrL.;
I J HO FIT, IIP East M. Jocst. Jl
FOR RENT-Kxms with every conveuicni'e;
first floor. 125 East gt. Clair. ri
URNIM1ED ROOMS for rent, Si aud flu p;r
Eonth. 112 North Meridian.
HiL'RMukd KOu.Ms to rent, witaout bOfird.
Ul North Pnntiilvania street.
Fl tvMiUEu ER NT k((M; pleAsmt Io:atljrt:
down town. 137,North Illinois.
UNFURNTdHi:i fciriTE: furnished rooms; 2I
t'tppces. Esst New York ttreet. T
rpo KooMa and alcove at 4 West Northairret.
J. Inquire at 21 Eonth liilnoln street. ?
T 1CEL.V furuUnet fruiit room, lor one or tuo
centicmcn. 163 Weat Market street. !
I ( 1 t HIT 1 IM E R 1 1 I A NS T Rl : I T, furnished
WHa and uotnriiiaaed rooms; references.
FÖR RENT WIUi board, mite handsomo J
furnished roocn. 200 N. Meridian street. UC
FORREST Good stable, in rear 'of lsfTitier
str et: good location for a cooper shop, tn
quire within. 2t
ONE nicely furnished front room, down stalls;
alio one furnished Irant room, npstalyi;
boaid if desired. 280 Esst Ohio tt i;
Fill All OIAL.
HTrA V00 low" rate of interest. J. TT.
V ILL! AUS A Co.. f and 1 Vinton Rlnrlr. i
rpo LOAN Money with privilege or prti?
CO..TSLat Uiritt street. Ixidlacatoiu.
Jp)liAETON, new. American Stables.
COR SALE Black horse. 402 Soath Wwi c.
jpINE peny, cart and hamtss. WOOD'S stable.
CHEAP, a pony and pLEeiou, pony vey gentle.
511 Virginia ave. 1
ORSE. harnefs and dtliveiy waon; a bargain.
:iil Soutn Mi riulau. 31
kTO 1 platfjrm spring wason and a lotoioid
J lumber. 110 John street. 16
HOESE, wasou and harness at a oargain. QO
and 22 North Meridian st. ol
170R SaLC Tnresine engiDe. separator, straw-
stacker and tank; S023. Address I. RJBfiY
L?1YE ROOM hoove on We?t First s'., tei- 111
r Uinols st , 1,200. H. H, BEYILLE. a North
Pent sylvania st. :n
SEYENROOM bouse on West Firstst, near 111
1r.fi': vt . for t ,( 0- barrnm If. IT HPV.
II T I' Vr.Hh rn.nrnriii ct 51
WISH to buy abucgy mare, lithteorrclin color,
HOLM Ef , C and 8 West Washington. ' 31 -
JIFI Y-FOOT lot on North Meridian St., near
Ninth sr., for $I,t03; the bct bargain sever
otred on this street; don't let this go by. H. II.
SEVILLE, S North Pennsylvania st. ill
FIVE-ACRE farm, one mile south of corporation
line, cn Shelby ft., with a six-room house,
urn and ail kinds of fruits, fo: tl.CCO. H. II.
B EVI LLE, 8 North Pennsylvania st. 31
A YOUNG horc for sale at 241 West McCarty
St.; will work any way; is Rcnt'e; a lady can
drive him; is not afraid of the cm; can be seen
in the evening till Monday next. Price, $125.;
PROrEKlTEö of ail slzea and prices in all parts
of the city. Also large and small farm iu
Marion and adjoining counties, for sale at bir
gains. II. H. SEVILLE, S North Pennsylvania st.
170R SALI1 Noriral School in Indiana
. Well ChtaWlshed; large attendance. Will
net iuicha.er C-l.o'.K) to C2OC0 peryeai. Stamp
lor particulars. Teachekk' Hcreau,
OH SALE House of three rooms. So. 261
Pendleton Ave. Lot 4; feet by ll feet aep,
corner of Newman street. PrlC9 Will
sell ou monthly payments of ?l', with small
T70R SA'lTe The Farraiy Coffee Koaur, and
V other .useful ratcnttd Devices auil la
chines, bs' the Indianapolis Patent Aencj,
Hotm 5,1, 7 aud cntinel Building, corner
Merit lan and Circle streets.
A 11. 1
iOK BALE Dry goods and notion store; most
elisltly situated In the city: the chance un-
fqualed In the btate for persons wishing to em
bark in business in a live, prosperous city and
County. Address JOHN BARNi, Fr&nklort. Ind.
FIVE-ROOM boue on tfpsnn ave. for 1,300.
SiX-ioom bor6e on Coburn sh, sou'h front,
$ 1,4 CO. Two four-room houses on Souta Alabama
st. Rent at Si l per montn ; with little repair will
rent icr $20 per month. Will sell Loth places for
51.4C0. H. 11. BEVILLE. 8 North Pennsylvania
IRVINROBBINSCO., S2East Georpla street,
build the very best carriages, pnaeion, bug
gies and delivery wagons, at the very lowest prices
possible. Repairing and re piiantin? promptly
and carefully done. Wc invite lustectIon of our
very complete stock of new vehicle?. We also
have a few old oues very cheap. Telephone 9 1.
1?0R BALE The furniture of private hotel in
Jj Hannibal, Mo., a growing, prospeious city of
10.0CO Inhabitants; territory is new. The hotel has
2i rcoms; is centrally located: doing a splendid
business crowded all the time: lar?e number of
n-gular boarders: will be rented low to purchaser
of f-rnlturefoi one year or a term of years; pood
ressens given for selling: correspondence from
responsible parties folicited. E03WEI.L i CL A 1
TON, Acents, Hannibal, Mo. 20
lOlt SALE The furniture of private hotel
J; In Hannibal, Missouri, a ßrowinsr, pros
perous city of ltf'O Inhabitants. Furniture Is
new. The hotel has twenty-two rooms, is cen
trally located, doins a spendld business, crow
ded all the time; large number regular board
ers, will be rented low to purchaser of furni
tnre for one year or a term of years. (Jood
reasons siven lor selllnjr. Correspondence from
responsible parties solicited.
Bos well & Clayton, Agents,
I?OR SALE BY F. O. WWAD3 WORTH, 32 Cxr.
; cle Street.
residence on East New York: street, 8 room",
finest kind of order, price U,C'.); Is a splen
Elght-rocm two-story frame, College avinue,
Five-room cottage, Bslleiontalne street, Sl,riM.
Four-rcom cottage, P.ellefoutalne street, S1,-'jo.
Eight-room cottage, Heiielonttitie at., Sl,fj).
s'x-room cottng AsU street, new, -ri,25 ).
Kight-rcom residence, N. New Jersey hi, f2,i0J.
ISlne-ioom residence, W. Ninth St., 3,iw,
Five-room cottage, Hoyt ave.,
uK-rcom cottoue, Fletcher nve.. JK.
Six room cottage, Fletcher ave., tl,UV.
t ur-rconi eottase, English ave., $l.o.
Eargnlna in all classes of city and farm prop
erty. Lanre list for exchange, florae Splendid
lnvcstniditH in business prooerty.
F. O. WADjWOUTH,
"2 Circle St.
IUlt .ALE '
. .Ry Alex. Metzuer.
ltisldenca on Tennetec fetrc-et, south of North,
Risl lenceon Meridian street. .50.
Itet UeDce on N. New Jersey street. hk.
Ke?:deEC3 ou College avenue, S.:oj.
Hcstdenee on North Alabama street, $I,sim.
KcsiCcuce on N. Pennsylvania street, f'v'.
Kcsldence on Park avenue, ?,'.
Hesidence on Fletcher aveni e, 1,.Vki,
Keildence on Hroadway strtrt, f4,tc.
Residence on North Delaware street, ;5.r,(xj.
Hollge. antl lots cheap In every part 01 city.
Vacant lot on Broadway St., corner, t xi.
Vacant lot on N. Delaware seir't,
Vac mt lot on College avenue, 17 v,
itt-ant lot on Park avenue, $8i'b.
Vucaut lot on Hellefontaiuo atrcet, 37xl3",
Vacant 'ot on Ash street, C0lj.', Si.Sfsj.
Vacant lot on P road way street, .'(.
Vacant lot on Park aveiu e, 0")it;7, r5"".
Vacant lot on N. Mississippi .treet,Ssto.
Vacant lot on Michigan street, west of White
River, 2 n.
Vacant lots west WhHe Kiver, near Mich , $:9.
Tract of rouml lu the northern pait of City
which fcan be subdivided to good advan
tage, contain about 2:; acrf s, $ 8.003.
Tract of ground in tr.e northwest part of City
containing about 6 acres, tU,V .
Fiv Dwelling llouf-3, with I'j:-ux4'.U feet of
Krouud, 011 West vrashlngtou"S!., is now
. paying 10 per ceut. on price, l,foo.
We can now cell t privat) sale the choice lots
in Peaty'a Additon to the city of Indian
apolis at prices and tti rus l suit purchasers
Nacaut Lola In every part of tho City at the
I )west prices ever reacliM. Call ou us for
INU and Information. We will with plea
ure take parlies to look at property, und
sslst in making Judicien purchn?.
ALEX. M KTU KU,
CJKlcl Fe'l.MV Hall.
TT OP. TRADE-FlrstcUfS
drus store: eifan
r stock; will iuvoice about t,W0.
FOR TRADE A la nee. fine retidence In north
ptrto! the city for a eood stock farm. HAM
LIN V LEMON, CO North Delaware st. is
FOR TRADE No. 23 North" Illinois street, lnt
by 2)2 feet, house of eleven rvm, brick
S'.able. Apply to N. R. RUCKLE, at Haelman
n-o L04N Money on improved farrai In this
I fc'ate at a low rate of lotereft and favorable
Urxxs u to rajmtiit. W. M. tilüDBAKü CO
VvOME clicap lots cn State, Walcott and Randolph
v3 s"e., cheap. One lot just west of Denfi and
Dumb At jlum, CJx220, for GM. H. H. BiiVlLLE,
8 North Pennsylvania su ;31
PKKS'JNALA home for girl baby. r.'O West
Mfgiet street. 31
PLRiONAL Wanted, a youth of 15 or 16. of
good morals, to room with my son. Addresj
E, Sentinel. 24
PERSON AI Home for rive-week 9-old baby;
girl: blonde; ol first-clais family. Address
PERSONAL aTyonng widow lady of wealth
desires the aC'iuaintaneo of a female campan
icn, who will jointly spend a portion of the sum
mer at the Northern Lattn: references exchanged.
Address W1NTON, this oflice. 21
X OtiT fccall black and-tan doz: answers to tac
J JJ name of Perlie; has nickel collar on. Return
to 4Ji fcoutn meridian st. Kswara Uberat. öl
GOLD rinp, with black top with letter ,,J" in
laid with gold, Lsave at Circle House and
cet S3 reward. 31
N Weduetday, between Buschmau's Block and
Masonic Temnle. bunäleof unlaundersd cuffs
and collars Leave at or notify Masoalc TS m pie
drug store and gat reward. :;i
K OTIC-K A new supply or French Decora
1.4 live Art Designs by Mrs. Millard's succes-
EOr.at ibl liR OADWAY.
FOR .SALE The" Family Coffee Roaster, and
ether meful Patented Devices and Ma
cuines, by the Indianapolis Patent Agency,
Roonos 5, c, 7 and 8 hentinel llulldlng, corner
Meridian and Circle slreets.
THE It All Ill'S PRESENT.
A Rabbi once, by al! admired.
Received, of hieh esteem the sIru,
From those bis goodness thus Inspired,
A present of a cask of wine.
But lo! hen scon he came to draw,
a miracle. In mode as rapid
Rut quite unlike what Cana saw,
Had turned his wine to water vap'.d.
The Rabbi never knew the cause,
for mirscles are things of mystery,
Tho fome, like this, have had their laws
Explained fiom facta cf private nistory.
His Mends, wrom love did aptly teach,
Wished all to share the kmcIous task,
So planned to bring a bottle each.
And pour tceir wine in one great cask.
Now one by chance thouebt, ' None will know,
and with tne wlce of all mv brotners
ODe pint of water well may ro;:'
And so by cfcaLce thought ail the others 1
The Cornhill M.g zinc.
Written for the Sunday Sentinel.
Lightly the words ring out, good-bye
mother, and ibe ooy goicg from home to
face the world in tha great etrn?ale of life,
threw his arrao around the form and heart
of mother, kused the lips that were then so
dear to him, and wondered why the arms
tightened their clasp, why the eyes hai auch
a longing in them.
Good bye.xnother; He could not gee or know
the agony, he could not count the tear drops
of the heart, he did not hear the heart bre ik
ing cry. Ob, Father of Lavf, to my boy be
mercifoJ. Peace ba with thee, mother; thy
heart is sora distressed to-day. To-morrow
will come to thee, and there is a time to
come when the good bye will be until
eternity's morn, when no hauds bat
yours, mast wipe the death damp
away, when you bend fcr the last lojk into
the young face and you see the light go out
of the eyes. Good-bye, mother." Then
your heart cries out against the judgement.
Your soul rebels, and in your anguish you
question the Divine Ruler. Bat another to
morrow will come to thee, and you will saek
Him who gives and takes away. You will
lean on Him for support in this your dark
hour, end a sweet, calm peace will come to
vour stricken heart, and a voice of love will
t all you that all Is well with him you mourn.
Ob, mother, lonely and sad to day, there are
gcod- dj es which are more terrible thanyour3.
Gcod tye8 in which there ii no to morrow.
Gocd bjes for time and eternity. Good-bye
is lisped by baby Hps, an diu faltering accents
spoken by hoary-headed age. Betweon
friends 'tis spoken lightly day by day.
Lovers say it with mildly beating
hearts and tear choked voice, thinking they
will ixeet to-morrow. Who can tell? May be
their to morrow will never come; perhaps
their s.ood-byo ha3 been spoken for the last
Don't say good-by wtthout a. thought of
what It may mean, don't wound tho heart
bv sreking it lightly, don't say It with
donda between you. Wipe, them away first.
You aie bidding good-bye perhaps to 6weet
memories, to hope, to all things dear. Don't
try to ßtand with eyes undimcied and dry.
Let your heart speak out in this your last
pood-oye; speak it gently to the aged, epeak
it loviDgly to hearts that will be lonely and
sad when you are away. Speak it kindly to
all. Remembering always tha: your list
woids will be good-bye.
Craw fords ville, May, 18S5.
Kobert Colljer lu England.
, Letter to the Editor of the Pall Mali Gazstte.1
Your "Kmancipated Lady," In comparing
the parsons of England with the preachers
of the United States, falls into a straegs
bluEtler in maklne the Rev. Robert Collyer
a native of the land of Tre, Pol, and Fjn.
Kvry sou of the many-acred shire is proud
to own the grand old county which gave him
birth, and of all the Yorkshlremen I know
Robut CollyrT is the most enthusiastic. He
was born at Fewston, a sequestered village
in the beautiful valley of tne Wharfe, over
the hills from Otley. A few months ago
ho came oter to Erglacd to give what he pa
theticslly called a last look" at his loved
old tome. I was with him in Ilkley; he
pointed me to the iron gates at tho eatraacs
to the old churchyard hard by the winding
river. These he fashioned with his own
hands in his blacksmith dayi; and at Ilkley,
boy and young man, the eloquent dsvlne
who has for years past done such stirring
church work in Chicsga and Nev York
wrought as apprentice and afterward jour
neyman "wlelder 01 the heavy iledge." Fv
ery old man and woman in Wharfedale
krowsand loves him; and pleasant it was
for me to see the warm and familiar cotUce
greetings the poonlar pretctier of the En-1
pile City received on every hand. Here are
wcrds of Collyer's own which will amply re
fute the assertion as to the place of his na
tlvity which your correspondent maks in
her well-merited eulogy in one of America's
brightest pulpit ornament?. Four years ago
Robert Collyer wrote: "If ever I take to
traroplngr, as ro many thousands over here
do to onr triff and thatne, I shall just make
out where they live who come from York
ihhe. and then I have no doubt about get
tin? quite a royal wclrcm all the war from
Eastport in Maine to Hau Jose In California,
just for talking to them in the dear cid dU
ct cf my native spot and telling them sto
ries of the jseer cid life."
International Lessons By Henry Tl Grout,
D. D. May 31 Paul's Charge Ho Tlmo
othy. 3 Timothy 3:14; 4:8.
GoLi'EN Text. The Holy Scriptures, which are
able to make the wise unto Salvation.- 2 Tim. 3:
The Second Epistle to Timothy wa3 written
one or two years later than the first, and not
long before Paul's martyrdom at Rome. The
Apostle has once more been made a prisoner,
and writes in evident anticipation ol his end
ai near at hand. It is his las', communica
tion tc his "dearly beloved son," r.nd most
likely the last of his epistles. It contains his'
dying counsels to a young Christian brother,
who has given himself to the work of an
evangelist. We may be sure then-that he
will speak of things to him of chief, impor
tance and nearest to his heart.
The verfes before us virtually C;033 the
epistle, that which follows being nainly a
summary of news, with parting salutation?,
The times were in many thing ctirk and
eyil. Perils and distresses were multiplying
about the churches, and there we ;signs of
heresies and apostasies within. 1'aulsaw
th!s. And it is this which makeB:. him so
earnest and tender. But he is slso full of
courage. Particularly does the thought of
his own nearing reward and crown fiil his
Boulwith rapture. From these verses we
learn something of the good man's-duty in
1. In evil times the good man wll take
care to continue in the truth. "B;it con
tinue thou in the things thou hast learned."
These things were the truths of the Gospel.
It U not ed y for the unstable to nVintain
their faith when steadfastness costs pin and
hardship. And it less easy when others loae
heart and turn away. The faith and fidelity
ol others are great supports to our own; and
when these fail many once promising disci
ples go over to the ranks of the cold and
formal, if cot of open unbelievers.
Faul bids Timothy guard against this ten
dency. "Continue thou!" Hold steadfastly
on. Have it as a matter of watchful, prayer
ful resdlution to let nothing turn you aside.
For this steadfastness In the truth the
Apostle gives important reasons. Timothy
had gooa groanCs for his faith. He Knew
"of whom he had learned these thing," and
was "assured of" their credibility. His moth
er and grandmother had taught him to Old
Testament Öcriptures, and from Par: him
Belf he has learned to see how they Jointed
to Christ Tne teachings of a pious iaother
and of good men are not to be lightly Valued.
AEecond reason mged by the Apnle is
that thn Scriptures "are able to mas- wise
unto salvation:" not indeed apart fica our
own believing acceptance of Christ, ut by
convincing of sin and leading us to htm. It
is not the Bible that eaves, but Chris-i Jesus
who is revealed in it. And he sayes Jich as
by faith receive him.
A thiid leason fcr steadfastness toJScrip
ture truth, urged by the Apostle, is $3 ade
quacy to all cur need, whether of "dex trine,
or reproof, or correction, or instruction iu
righteousness;" so that the Christian, wheth
er in a public or private station, htr ever
nted ed means to completeness of carVacter,
and iurnishing for good works. The ble is
no merely human production, but a book
from God. Being "inspired of God,"f it is
"also profitable" to all these imjjrtant
It will be observed that here the Kivised
reads, "every Scripture, inspired of Gd, is
also profitable." Either reading is grammat
ical. And the meaning is subitantiaUtr the
eame whichever is preferred. In tb one
case the inspiration oi the Scriptures h as
serted, in tne other ft is assumed. "Inspired"
here is "God breathed." I'he sense is, jHoly
men of God spake as they were movrti by
the Holy Gho3t" (2 Peter 1:21).
Surely no wise person will turn fronisuch
Scripture?. Whatever others do, however
mucn of unbelief there is about us, n: will
"continue in" the things he fcaslearnefroni
such a source, and fxcmi which such b-Jierits
are to be derived. ' j
2. In eyil times the good man wtjl be
earnest in the work of pressing homei this
trut A upon others, "I cnarge thee, pieach
the word." Be not content to posses and
enjoy, and personally profit by the ord;
import the good to others; preach It To
"pieach" is to proclaim or herald. Bn$ one
ruay preach in private as well as in public,
to an individual hearer as well as to a
crowded assembly. And this all caä do.
Thele is some one to whom the humblest dis
ciple can somehow preach. And the i'aore
evil the times, the more important 1? the
Note some things about his preaching.
What shall wo preach? "The word"; (;jd s
message, not man's, The closer we kep to
that the better. When shall we preach? ; "la
eeaton, out of season"; when u is conven
ient, and when it is not convenient. ?"In
the morning sow thy seed, in the evening
withhold not thy hand." Preach on, thngn
none seem to give heed. How shall' we
preach? "Reprove, iebute and exhe-rt";
but do this with all loDg autiering"; 'md
with all "iloctiine." or every kind of tech
iug. Bo patient, and use every posiible ivay
ol conveying and impressing the truth If
cue fails, try another.
Farther cn (y. 5). something is addell to
this part cf the charge: "Watch, th t';
keep an open eye and an alert mind against
forgetfulnesi and lest opportunities es;pe
imprcvemeht "Endure ailUctions"; shC-nk
not from costly service in the face of hard
ships and opposition. VDo the work of an
evangelist"; go into the by ways and hedges,
carry the gospel to all sorts of places. "Mke
full proof of thy ministry"; leave nothing
untried and undone. How emphatic thiols!
Watch and endure, work, make full proof.
What earnestness is here implied!
:;. In evil times the good maa will hot
overlook the poeifal motives which should
incite to fidelity. There is here a heaping
up of there which is noteworthy and impres
sive. First, Timothy is solemnly charj sJ,
in the sight of Gcd and of Christ Jesus, who
shall judge the quick and the dead " tie Is
reminded that God's eye is ujoa him; that
he is in the sight of Htm before Whom nil,
the living and the dead, shall stand to be
jedged. And the eame tuought if carried
farther In tn final clause of the eame verse,
"and by His appeirinz and His kingdom;"
His coming, when weshall stand before Him;
His kingdom, in which we may hoot to hare
a place. Thus we are reminded that the
Master, whete eje is upon uj, will earely
reckon with us at the last.
Then Time thy is remltded of the future
ersion makes a noteworthy change the
rendering. For "All Scripture is givjm by
inspiration of God and is profitab," it
perhaps not distant unwUlingnees of the
people to hear and bear sour d doctrine.
They would still desire religious teachers;
the world will always have and seek these;
but they will heap to themsslvce, multiply
teachers more eager for Uattery than for the
gecdofthe people. Notwithstanding this,
and because of it, Timothy was ty bs only
the more faithful. This is aa argument
suited to our own times quite as well as it
was to Paul's,
And then comes the Apostle's reference to
his own approaching end. "Watch, endure,
do yocr work, for I am now ready to bs o!
fered." Paul's werk was done; his departure
was at band. He could look back on a good
light, on a finished course, on the faith kept,
and forward to a crown. That crown was
for him; but it was also for ail who should
love Christ's appearing. And so he says, in
effect, "You must take up the work I now
leave; I pass it over.to you; remember th
cause is now in your hands; be faithful to
so gicat a trust. Kemember, too, the crown
may be yours also. A grand appeal; and it
is also addressed to us.
1. It is not enough to set out in a gocd
way; we must take tare to continue in it.
2. The children are net too young to be
taught the great troths of tha Bible; the
earliest lessons longest abide.
o. The wisdom which it the highest and
best :s that of the Holy Scriptures, which tell
us of Christ and heaven.
4. No amount of Bible study and knowl
edge can save those who fail of . faith in
Chi ist Jesus.
5. Thoughts of judgment 3nd righteous re
tribution may not be welcome to this genera
tion, but they are not less needful to it; they
are a part of the truth which makes savingly
G. The pews largely determine the kind
of preaching which is heard from the Dulplt;
therefore geed men in the psws should make
their voices heard for preachers and teachers
who love and declare the truth.
7. He who faithfully bears the cross here
will wear the crown hereafter. "Goi is not
unrighteous to forget your work and labor
of love." The Master notes your pains and
sorrows, but the reward is not here. It is at
the end of the course. Nor will it be a soli
tary possession. Glorious company will share
it with us.
I .p i s
The Victory of Patience.
Armed of the Gcdsl Divinest conqueror!
What soundless bores are thine 1 or pomp,nor
Nor token, to betrey where thou dest wait.
All Nature ttatde, Jor thee, embassador.
Her forces all tby eis, for peace or war
Greatest and lcatt alike, thou rul'tt their fate
The avalanche chained until Its century's date,
The mulberry leal mderobe fcr emperor!
Pfcall men alone tby law deny? refute
Thy bealins for bis blunders and bit 6im?
Oh, make us thine! Teach us who waits best
Who longest waits of all mott surely wins.
ten Time is spent, Eternity begins.
To doubt, to chafe, to haste, doth God accuse.
Helen Jackton in the Atlantic Monthly,
It was a little five year oM who, in describ
ing the ailllctioncf a neighbor, slid "he Is
blind frcm head tc foot."
"Manama, when losing I want tobe aa
angel,' doe:s it mean I want tobe one right
cö V" "Why no, dear; why do you asfe?"
"Because if it docs I am not going to eing it
any more." Life.
Elsie's quick eye Eaw, as soon as she en
tered the parlor one mornin, that the slip
coverings had been taken off the furniture.
' Oh, look?" she shouted, "the chairs have
not got their nightgowns on any more."
A little girl fonr years old was lighted to
bed with a carafino candle. She had never
teen one'before, and was delighted. In the
morning she begged to be allowed to take it
in her nands. "How soft and smooth it Is!"
ehe said, admiringly. The next night it was
used, and the next morning it was handled
with the same fond admiration, but some
surprise was expressed on finding it shorter
than at first. When it was explained to her
that the cardie burned itself away, she seid,
very soberly, "If you knew it would born
away, why did you light it?'1
. "How did the Queen of Sheba travel when
she went to ec e Solomon?" asked Miss R
of her Sunday-Ecbcol class of little girls.
No one ventured an answer.
' If yoü had studied your lesson you could
rot cave helped knowing," said their
teacher. "Now look over the verses again."
I'Could ehe have gone by the cars?' asked
Miss P. , beginning to lese patience, ls the
children contulted their books but appeared
to arrive at no conclusion.
' Yca'm." said a little girl at the end of the
class. She went by steam-cars."
"Didshe, indeed!" raid MJesK . "Well,
Louiia, we would like to know how you
found that out."
"In the second verse," responded the child.
"It says she came with a very great train."
No' Afraid, but Raihftil.
"You are col afraid of the dor, are yen,
"Well, thap why don't you corns right In?
He won't hurt you."
"Pm tco timid, ma'am that'e wbr.t ails
rre. I'm always bashful when there's doirs
More Practical than Flout.
"How many of ycur parents, children, csy
gisce?" asked tfce Sunday-school teacher.
"Pieasa, mum, wfat's then?" aked an
overgrown girl in a list year's hat.
"Why, Maggie!" exclilmed the teacher,
"is it possible you don't know what grace is?
Doesn't your father say toaicthing before
you besin to eat?"
"Ob!" responded the girl with a glow ol
intelligence; "yes, mum, he does; he always
tays, 'Don't make boss of yourselves; that's
all the butter there is in the house.' " ,
Wouldn't ltir Investigation.
Johnny. "Pa, I wish yoaM give me a dol-
J a t
Paternal. "A dollar! For what, mr
"I want to pet a present for a poor little
boy that's in the tame class with me at b'un-day-tchool."
(Much gratified). "Well, that's very aind
and thoughtful ot you, Johnny ' letting out
his pocket-book). "What are you going to
"A jsck knife."
"A dollar, you tay?"
(Who fears he detects a wavering on hit
father's part). "I can pet him a knife for ft
quarter, plenty biß for him he isn't a very
big fellow and then, you see. I'll hive
enough left to get myself one of tbo?e bot