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AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
A STEP THAT WAY.
(Umlsttle Post J
Senator Weissinpor's bill to increneo
tho salaries of the Judges of tho Court
of Appeals to 85,000 yesterday passed
tho IIouso and rocs now to tho Governor
for approval. This mcasuro is excellent
in itself, and mora excellent in
that it indicates that tho reign of tho
demagoguo is neuring its end. If law
is to bo respectad and justice secured,
wo must give our Judges sufficient to
livo on respectably without harassing
themselves about financial matters. Every
Judge on tho bench idiould be roado
financially independent by tho State.
Five thousand dollars in not independence,
but it Is a step in that direction.
t R DO NOT MKR TIIK HILT..
The "Husband and Wifo" bill, which
has just passed both nouses of tho Leg
islature, is a very important measure.
It requires every unmarried man to get
a wife and every single woman to get a
husband if they desiro to havo the now
law apply to them. It gives husband
nnd wife tho same standing as to property
rights. Either can deed without
the other's signature, and in caso of
death, thoy Bharo alike, in one-half of
tho personalty and one-third of the
I.KT IT Iin RSFOKCBU.
I.oulvllle Times. 1
Under tho now law all (fur and feather
game is givon additioual"protection
in Kentucky, whilo tho quail, which is
about all that is .left, is
for. Under tho bill, which has
passed both Houses and will quickly receive
tho approval of the Governor, it
is made unlawful to trap, net or snare
quail at any time, or to havo them in
possession or offer fur sale except during
tho shooting season, which is restricted
to the two months of November
and December. If the new law is
strictly enforced, lovers of this biggest
bird of his sizo on tho footstool will be
cuablcdlto restock tho waste places nnd
mako I!ob White once more n pleasing
nnd familiar squatter-sovereign in every
DEJIOOIIACY'h TREATMENT OF T1ID NEdRO.
The people of tho South "each yeor
pay oat of their pockets'about
for tbejeducitiou of the negroes, j el
thopeoploof the North, teem to think
that tho negroes of itho South are a terribly
down-trodden race. In tho State
of Kentucky tho colored 6chools'ieceive
for each one dollar tho colored people
pay as tixes fur educational
There is no class of people on
tho face of tho earth who recelvo more
from tho whites, according to tho money
that pcoplo invest, than do the
in tho way of monoy spent for
their education. Mauy of theso people
appreciate this disinterested kindness,
whilo theru nro thoso who have no appreciation
of any kindness whatever.
As far nfTedncitionnl facilities are con
ccrned, the negro has no riviiit Jto complain
of his treatment, but ought, on
tho other hand, to bo thankful for it.
mini mo sircci:vi.
Having tho needed merit to more
than make, good all tho advertising
claimed for them, tho following four
remedies lme reached a phenomenal
siilo: Dr. King's Xow Ditcoxcry, for
(Jonsumption, Uougns ami (Joliis, each
bottle guaranteed Electrio Hitlers, the
great lemedy for tho Livor, Stomach
ud Kidney. Bueklen's Arnica Suite,
the liett in tho wot Id, and Dr. King's
New Life Tills, which nio a perfect pill.
All these remedies aro guaianteed to
tin just what is claimed fur (hem and
the dealers whoso name nro attached
herewith will bo clad to tell you more
f them. Sold nt the drug stores of
Williams .V Hell, Hartford, nnd 15. T.
Taj lor, Jr., Heaver Dam.
ji.ot.dcn Pally Kow
Wo should never, never make contl
ttViicc. There nro scenes and houm
which prompt a man to blab. In
i fleets of Miiuet and moonlight, in
n lorn.' noctiiripil unioko nnd pal'tver,
cpicially, the skeletons in
our cupboard begin to stir, to rattle
within us, to desiro to show themselves,
lint these tiro not tho circumstances
which a m hi feels iucliued to tell to his
wife. It is to a male friend that hois
tempted to divnl.ru them, or to a pretty
and sympathetic lady. Tho only policy
is to bottle tliuin judicioiiHly. They
may only boroyonr friend, thrilling as
you think them, or ho or she. may lull-bio
of them till they eomu round to tho
whom you nro ino't interested
in keeping unacquainted with your
events or emotions. Catholics, of
course, can tiuhosotn themselves in the
confessional, where tho worthy priest
lins Fccnp.uiuy mouicri., "' fs fimt lm tli lisp "raotlicr." Only those
not core, lint n l'rotostantb motto
w,0 lmvo vafHQl through hiioIi nu
l.o, "Kf() it dirk." Next day (loll teMxu ,U)W (lce, Jg tho sorrow
yi u will bo torry you hpoki', aud
Imps detest the nil irur nf your
A hIkih.i1 IUllUo UH
clifchntlipr men ami noincn when tlicy j
beyiu to unpack their IieniU Ah to
nempn. if tlii'V Iiavii a tisto for lllilltillL'
CiXiltilonccA, tlii'.v nro mro to inrilio
tirmionfti'U tlmt nuu moro iWr not
uisuii. uiimu lurn, umi nmi muiu mum
womcu, uio born rccliiieutu
decern. I'coplu opt-o oat tnllivia; even
MranjjrrH iu railway cuiiiiiges nneil
their amours and remcK To other
pontile, confldrneoB nre iiurcr inutlu liy .
any one, whether brcaiisnlliey l-nl:
fivmimtlictlc. or IJCCnilMO tlitsv niu tlwrn i
in tho bud. er for sumo other irood .
bod. Thoy Lum) the lew lo lepret, and
the.V nro not tempted to blub. Cou.
trary to general opinion, wo bplievo
tlmt a fecret istafer with n murriod
women than with' u married inau, A
man fa, "I will loll nobody, not even
my wife," nud btrnlulitnny jjocm nnd
tells lier. Vtry ollcn it leaves her cold,
though exciting to him, und w it is
rutfo, Hut u ninrrit'd wniniiii is itiiieli
less itioliucd to toll her husband. First,
,8110 knows sho cannot trust him for
does ho not blab to her? Iletides, tho
secret ofton seems to him so humorous,
or mo unimportant, or in itself so ob-1
vioii', that ho lets it out without thinking
of it. Ilesides, n woman has a
pleasure iu knowing what her husband
does not know (and poslbly would not
caro to knowl, while a husband, in tho
goodness of his heart, likes to carry n
bit of tattle to his wifo. So thoiualo.
bird, ranging tho wet latvns, comes
homo with n nice worm for his mate.
Tho confidences of men to women nro
mostly about their wives, and vico
versa. This is a kind of petty treason,
and such revelations should not bo
listened to; but few ladies, it is bellov -
cd, cau help lintonlng. Of these con -
fessions tho penitent is likely to repent,
and that speedily.
HOW TO GET GOOD ItOADS.
fofiml A. A. t'np? Mif.jrrts a Surcfsslnn
In the cougirss oi f od roads nt
Chicago recently. Colonel A. A. Pope of
Boston presLiited u juii"!' wliteli vv.is
litenid to. A'tioiu other
things ho paid: "Aside from quwlioiis
ot material gain, which is perhaps the
lowest standpoint, to consider tho good
that comes from easy means of communion,
there Is to ba boruo iu mind
that gcod roads nro the great highways
for the advancement uf social life, education
nnd Christianity. The visits of
friend, the nttendauce of children ut
school nnd tho gatlurin:; together ut
church, nr. nil governed to it grc.itr
or less extent by tho condition of tho
roads, nnd tho abandonment of the
farms nnd tho crowding of people in the
clues is duo largely to the notation
r.iuretl by bad menus ot communication
to and from the farm. But the problem
to bo solved is to provid" money to build
"Many fanners nro oppntd tothogood
road movement localise, they believe it
means to them lncreansl taxation, nnd iu
some sections of the conntiy agricultural
interests are so depressed that they don't
to bear linnncial btudens. It
lias been estimated that tho state of Illinois
loses every year $100,000,000 becmiso
of bad roads.
"Now, I tun going to urge a plnn
which I beliovo to bo the le.it
and tho most effectual mid equitable
for providing good roniK Let each
state estnbllsh n graduate succession tax
that is, a tax on propel tr by
succession, by inheritance or by legacy.
Suchn tasr might lie arranged us follows:
On nil istates valued nt $10,000 up to
f 100,000, 1 per cent; on estates of over
$100,000 up to f00,000, 1 per cent on the
first 100,000 nnd 2 per cent on tho remainder,
nnd so on, gradually increasing
the amount as tho inheritance Increased.
The snecession tax will not fall on tho
poor. Thoso vvhoe estates amount to
$10,000 can well afford to give $100 to
the statu in return for nil the protection
of its laws which has enabled wealth to
be accumulated nnd enjoyed.
"Good roads, when rightly constructed,
can bo maintained ut comparntivtly
small cost, and ns tho wealth of the
rtnks increases tho tax would
fnrnish sufficient levenuo to nlect all expenses
of tho statu after pij ing for the
maintenance of tho load."
Of equal interest was n paper by Professor
Lewis M. Hnnpt of Philadelphia
on road engineering nnd construction.
He gavo u statement of the total tonnage
of tho rnihoads in the United States in
1601, nmounting to 701,099,000 tons carried
tin nvtrago distnnco of 115 miles,
nnd giving a ton inileago of 81,210,154,
000. This movement cost tho shippers
To produce this result thcro has Im'oii
invested in railroads tho incomprehensible
sum of $10,3!:0.834,2JS, nn nverago of
$01,878 per mile, mid it has paid
Tho speaker then showed the
enormous economy resulting from reduced
reiiistnnces of locomotion, us
by tho waterways, and cited the
casoof tho iinpioviuients on tho great
lakes, vvheie n total expenditure of $I!0.-000,000
had saved iu the co3t of transportation
by water, ns compared with
rail, neaily $150,000,000 in one year.
Iu closing liis paperho said that "while
the rapid progress mado by the United
States sinco 1830 was tine largely to tho
instrumentality of her railroads, tho
greatness of Oieat Britain was
able mainly to her foieign commerce, in
which she utilized tho cheapest known
methods of transportation, while tho
thrift, frugality mid wonderful
ntivo powers of uotli I ranee nnd
were duo chiefly to their good
toads mid uumeiousiuterual waterways,
as well ns to their policy of protecting
"With intelligent, liberal nnd patriotic
legislation, with ourtinliiiiited resources,
with over 1 80,000 milt s of r.ti Ivvny s, 25,000
miles of coast lino and 10,000 miles of
navigable rivers in tho 3lisipsippi bain
alone, w ith unrivaled physical possibilities
for iutracoastnl ennuis, (litre is no
reason why our glorious country should
not riso to tho zenith of her greatne by
combining all tho elements which havo
conpiu d to emich nnd cnnnblo thoolder
nations of tho eastern hemisphere.
"Our peoplo ns it whole) need to lto impressed
with tho importance of se'cuiiiig
cheaper transportation mid be mado to
realize that our common roads nro u
inostseilous obstruction to our
phenomenal growth. When that
is accomplished, ami from piesent Indications
tho leaven is woiklng rapidly,
tho road pioblein will bo satisfactorily
solved." Washington Star.
An Editor Loss.
A Texas editor pays tho following
tributo to his mother: "On last Wednesday
momiug we wcro called to tho
deathbed of her who first taught our in-
... lcr vu0U wo nro now boivcil. Wo
rcuclitd her bctUido only to And that
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our unirnisheil plcadiiiss no nnowor
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chililisli wiushiuo uml bIiiuIow, who was
u.er rendy to euro with tliu maSio of n
iijutlicr s Kisi; Huolins lelt Ma nun mo
BD(,,.j tbronj; lius wolcomcd tho lovoil
no Lomo. Tlione lmudH
that lulmrcil 6u willingly lo sinootb our
boyhood'a nisfd path nro now
.i'h, ,n, ,, tifnt,..,, iirpnkt. Tlinso ni.
i(.oted lips tlmt ynvo us our Ont baliy
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nrui i i ili'i uiiuii i-ii niiiiii i nn.1 ii.di utu
o,)011C(i wi1010 teardrops will dim them
uoxer rann., rar tllla tmT 0j,j i10mf)
nmi ltliwlrod dnnr. wo lmvo laid her to
rest where tho wild (lowers of Texas
shall watch tho lonely gravo. Dear
mother, angel mother, furowcll."
Ikiila und sores indicate impurities in
tho blood. Ajer's HarMtpiirilln
HOW A BABY WAS SAVED.
AN INTERESTING STORY FOR
chiiii Hihi u.i iinrii Willi n
lit,, a mil n l'roiiiiiiiirrii ininr.c
iiir by tin- i.riiiiliiff rii)irinn
or iiuiiiii'iimim rniirirr
.nei! by n viirnrtr. .
Prom the Philadelphia Inquirer.)
From timo to time thcro havo appear-
ed in tho leading and most rcpitahlo
J newspapers of tho country marvelous!
accounts of many wonderful cures that
i havo been affected by n medicine called
l Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peo-
1 pie. These statoments havo been mado
by lomo of tho best known men iu bust-
ness circles, church circles and even
medical circles, and havo been backed
up by their allhiavits.
Tho Inquirer is plcarcd to add an
other to tho list and gives tho story be
low, properly vouched for.
Little Ettio Moncrieff is tho daughter
of airs. Helen MoncricfT, who resides
with her sister, airs. SI. O. Sleek, at
74S Wharton street.which is a neat little
bakery. Tho rcjiorter found Sirs. Sleek
herself behind tho counter and sho
"Sly sister's daughter, who is now a
year old, was olllietcd from her birth
with n spinal affection, and the doctor
who attended her said sho could flot
live. Wo had two other doctors to at
tend her. They also said sho could not
live. Finally I took her to the Hahnemann
College. That was four months
ago, when she was 8 months old. The
examination was mado in tho presence
of a room full of physicians and students.
Tho Professor lectured on her
cose, saying it was a very raro one. He
said that in such cases there was very
seldom a rccov cry. It was, he remark
ed, tho most peculiar case that was ever
brought to his attention.
"I brought tho child homo immediately,
believing, as tho Professor and
tho others had said, that sho couldn't
live. Iu fact, nt one time, wo thought
she was entirely gone. Sho was uncou
scions, with scircely perciptililo pulse
or breath. Scvernl times sho was in an
almost equally helpless erudition nud
wo looked for her death hourly.
"Then I called to mind how Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People
had once cured me, and the miraculous
recoveries I had heard of ami read
about of peoplo cured from paralysis i n
various stages, nud even from physical
deformities. I told my sister that since
all tho doctors had abandoned the
child, and she seemed to have no chance
for life, it could certainly do no harm
to try tho Pink Pills to seo if they
could possibly repent their other
cures. Neither inv sister nor I
had tho faith that they would do so iu a
csso so nearly gone ns the child's and
we azretd thr.t it would bo a miracle
indeed if sho should bo saved. She
couldn't move at that time, both her
nrms and legs being nffected. But we
began that very uight giving her the
Pink Pills, letting her havo one pellet
a day divided into three parts. On the
third day wo could seo that sho was improving.
Beforo that it was hard to
get her to tuko food. At tho end of two
weeks wo saw great improvement in her.
Wo continued giving her tho pills moro
than a month, After wo censed giviug
her tho Pink Pills, however, she seemed
n littlo less happy and healthy, and
wo'bcgan using thetu again. Now sho
is a cheerful, beautiful child in splendid
health. Sho has entirely recovered
from her spinal and other troubles.
Sho sleeps welt aud takes her food well.
For a child of her ngu sho seems to be
as strong and healthy as could be expected.
When wo hold by the arm or
sho is nt our knees sho ran stand, nnd
for n child who was once deprived of
all power of spine, arms nnd legs, this
seems wonderful. Wo cannot havo tlin
slightest doubt now that she will grow
up a strong, healthy child."
Sirs. Sleek then told how sho had
herself been ctticd by Dr. Williams'
"Three years ago I had a very severe
nttack of grippe. I thought I would
lose tho neo of my right nrm. Thero
was a strango numbness in it and I
would havo to drop overythiug. It felt
ns if it was asleep all tho time. I had
doctors and they told mo it was bad
circulation of tho blood, that I was run
down and needed rest. I took only one
box of Pink Pills and felt myself getting
hotter. I took tho second box and
havo never had a ain or neho since.
Every one who knows what work I have
to do is astonished. It is cortaiuly n
wonder that with my work I am so
sliong and have nover had a return of
Sirs SIcck's remarks wcro reduced to
'writing, after which she, accompanied
by her sister, Sirs. Sloucrieff, and the
child, mado tho following affidavit:
Sworn and subscribed beforo me this
sixth day of Slay, A. D., 189J.
James F. Hoo.nev,
hku..J Notary Public.
Tho proprietors of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills stato that they nro not a
patent medicine, but a scieutifla prepa
ration used successfully for many yeors
iu tho privato practice of a physician of
high standing. Thov aro givon to the
pubHo ns on uufuilirji' blood build
ami ncno restorer, curium oil forms 5
uciiltnos.q friim n unlnrv rnn .
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ditinn of tho blood or shattered nerve, '
two fruitful eaiiH'S of nlmott evervill
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epecillo fur tlm troubles pcunliir to
forrmlfH, such nr, oiipprpssloiiP, nil forms
in wkukuvmi, curuuiu oanHiipniion,uear.
Iiih; ilowii (mliis, etc, nud in muu will
Kivoupci'dy relief wul n liermu.
uent euro in ull cases nriHinj,' from mon.
n' worry, overwoik, or pxeefses of
wlmtuver nature. Tho pills nro sold by
nil ilonlow, or wllllio wnt post paid on
rpnnii - t nf nrion (T0 noiin linrnfl.
boxes for am never sold in .,
bulk or by tho 100), by addressing Dr.
Williams' Sledicino Co., Scheneotady,
i or urocKVlllo, untnrio,
Where to Find Work.
A writer iu tho National Stockman
says with much truth;
I notice iu a Into ntunbor nn articlo
calling uloud for help for tho poor nnd
needy, T tun a man who will respond
iiwimtm n itaifiiirtrm f ir r fSW. - .s -
to tho calls of charity as soon ns most
men. but whoro is tho necessity of help
iug thoso who will not try to help them'
selves? I am a farmer and own ovqr
1 ,000 acres of land And havo but one
single hand to work it, when I would
havo ten or it dozen profitably employ
ed, if I could get them, every day, if
they would work, lint you will sea
squads of largo, able-bodied mon walk
ing and strolling about from placo to
placo as if thcro were no work wanting
to be done, wheu tho farmers would
like to havo them at work and pay thorn
liberal prieo with rations furnished,
Hut rations aro so cheap now thoy can
work two dajsin tho week nnd mako
money enough to buy rations to last
till tho next, and lint few will work or
caro for nnythiug more
I ho cheapness of provisions has
caused moro laziness in this section of
tho country than anything I havo
known. Thcro aro numbers of men
wuo own irom live Hundred to one
thousand or moro 'acres of land who
would bo glad to get families on it to
work on shares or any other way if
thoy would come; even if they havo no
money arrangements for provisions
could bo satisfactorily mado on easy
terme, and it would bo of mutual advantage
to laborer aud employer. And
now why should men stand off nud say
they can't get work to do whon thero
nro so many hundreds, or I may say
thousands, of farmers that need help
every day through tho year and would
be glad to havo them? SIcn without w
families can do well hero nuywhere.
Three days is a very short timo in
which to ctno n bad case of rheumatism;
but it cau bo done, if the proper
treatment is adopted, as will be seen by
the following from James Lambert, of
Now Brunswick, 111.: "I was badly
with rhenmitisui in tho hips and
legs whon I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured mo in
threo days. I am nil right to-day and
would insist on every ono who is
with that terrible diseaso to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd get well
nt once." 50 cent bottles for salo by Z. of
Wnyno Gritlln & Bro. ra
A new method of mining, milling,
roasting nud smelting different kinds of
ores has been successfully demonstrated
in Germany, and is now beiug introduced
with unprecedented success. The
slow aud cumbersome methods heretofore
employed will bo discarded, and
tho cost of various ores in treatment or
conversion into metal, especially Lead,
Zink nnd Silver Ores, Nickel, Cobalt
and Copper, greatly reduced. All the
matter of tho latter, which wits hereto
foro sent to Germany, is now being refined
iu tho United States. Tho
GnitMAN SIisino SvsniCATr, eif
Nowport, Ky., invites correspondence.
KSTSeo their advertisement.
II ou to Learn Millr.
Do not fail to take advantage of tho
library. Be-gin n of good reading.
Slusic is notorious for narrowing
one's mind, so reolvo to counterbalance
your practice with library work as well.
As to your practice, I would give yon
this maxim, "The essential thing iu
practice is to see exactly what is to be
done iu all its details, nnd then do it
again aud again with tho greatest clearness,
precision and energy."
When you take up n new piece, notice
the key, the harmonic?, chords, scales,
fingering and general effects. Ono of
the first necessaries is "concentration."
Develop self criticism. "Tho thing you
cannot do Is the very thing you should
make yourself do."
In practice begin where you left off
the dny before. Connect your day's
work. Apply all your knowledge. Do
not tr' to do more than ouo thing at u
time. Spend n good deal of timo every
day thinking about what you are doing
nud whnt you will do. Edward D. Hale.
Tit ltarebont) Fnmily.
Tho celebratetl name of Praise-God
Barebono was boroo by a member of f j
Cromwell ' 'rliament called together
nfter the d.is. jlution of the Long parliament
in 105:1. The royalists called the
assembly "Barebone's parliament." At
tho timo when General Monk was iu
Loudon Barebono headed tho mob who
presentid n petition to parliament
against tho recall of Charles II. Of the
Barebono family thero wcro three brothers,
each of whom had n sentence for n
iut o t Barebono
Barebone. New York
Single anil Married.
A native of Ireland landing nt Greenock
wanted to take tho train to Glasgow,
Never having been in n railway
station bcfoie. he did uot know how to
get his ticket. Seeing a lady, however,
going in, Pat thought ho would follow
her, and ho would soon know how to
get aboard. Tho lady, going to the
ticket box nnd putting down her money,
said, "Sluryhill. single." Her ticket
was duly handed to her, nud sho vvulkcd
off. Pat, thinking it nil right, planked
down his money and shouted, "Patrick
Slurphy, married." Tit-Bits.
Those who suffer from, headache nnd
feel tl.o fatigue of n railway journey
should take witli them two
leather or silk covered cushions ono for
tho small of the back, another to rest the
neck and hea 1. An eminent doctor once
stated that this was it capital antidote to
tuts evils arising from the. jolting or tho
train, liable to cnuso slight congestion of
tho head iu very long journeys. He f ut
themiore advised no rending iu tho train
to those subjected to headaches, Now
WHAT MINISTERS SAY ABOUT
KJItorlnl from Crntrat Mrtliodist. Catlctts.
Y,.X?.i Ky., Ucv. .. Mhl'K, Hilltor. "Unless ten
ci men, mainly proicssionai men, law
teri.doclora. !..,. - ... , .,- eititors. 11 nreaclieis - anil . oil ., classes, ., l,rtL
iiikiiiuinif 11 c nmcr. uic ,cry iiiiiLji ini,ink?n. ,.w
the lrectropolseeircc'u cures, el.esii where
?ffi"adorUs"u'u peciall)r is it cago,
Kev. W. W. Iibuce. Iluitonillle. Kv.: "With
the IJIectropolse I hse cured a bad case of
opium habit in less than two month's time. The
patient now has no de.lrc for the drug."
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