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WIGHITA, SEDQWIok COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 31,1883,
u m. mnuxH-ic. " ftoc.
M. M. MUKDOCK & BIIOTI1EK.
l'ltuiim akd I'KormtTom.
TTTo'llOLLAia I'EU YKAlTlX ADVANCE.
tSTvrnzxi uihziisiis: es tnuusoi.
Contractor- Carpenter and Joiner.
Will do all klnU ot urpenier na joiner
Su, Doori.BUnili, Door and Window Fnmer
ft- Shop. Its Halo Stmt; Brildeaec on
Lawrrnec ATeon near Oortal ; Fott-ofBc
box 7. -
Mall via. A..T. AS K. rallroail, rrom tb
K,mih.oath, arrlveaattiWi.. m . dirU
at 6:45. . . . ., . ... ..
Mall via. St. MDii nan iiiwki
arriva atC:4S t. m. and diiarts at 8:15 a.m.
Ilanr. Antiony, Uuby.ivv. arrlvMTii
day, Tburtday and f atnrday; clfjrt Monday.
"lESffl Af'Jonr'feall and St. Mark, ar
rltV. Monday. WIni.aday and Friday ; df ,
iSwSlKlff Wall. arr,v at
Kldotwlo, Towanua andllentonarrlVM at C
n. m.. Monday, Wdnri"lay and rrtday; d
piru al a. ru.. luewlay. tnur.day and satnr-
' itotchlnon. Mt. Hoi and KayrtU rrivriil
II a.m Monday and Tliumday.dfparta at2p.ro.
HayerllU, ltdlln0n-tn and Clfarwatfr ar
rlvnTufxIayandijaturilay; 0irHata. m.
Monday and Tlmrwlay.
Mallicolnic iat and south clow protnptl) at 9
,i. m. and all othr rualln half huur before ir-
ll"oSffi oin fordfllvfryof lfturs andal
or tUmiK rrum 7 a. m. toC)ii.iii.
Money order department oin from 8 a. in. to
Well Boring and Drilling
... u-iiafaKtinn itnnMnlMil Twalrvara
exiicrlencs. Outfiu for tale. AddraM
1 1 KG ELLS ItnOS.,
Or leave ordcra with M. A. Saylea, dealer In
pumim, etc., Donglaa Avenne, WlchlU, Kan
ELLIOTT & KISCADEN,
FEED L SALE STABLE L FEEO STORE.
SUck BoHht and Sold.
JJ- (rner Ponxlaa avenne and Wichita
etreet, opposite Arkantaa iJimber YarJ. S-
Mayor Wiu. lirelflentln.
4'lty Attorney J. M. Ilalderelon.
1-ullw.Judce A. A. ilenn.
;ityTreaurer O. Klmmerle
'itv Clerk Fred hchattner
JuVtlce. ol the 1-eace-W 0. IIM and
V. W. IhoniK. , ,,. .
Conetalile. FrauV llionia-an.l 1. 8. W ''"all.
Council, Flrnt wanl-M. Jmiuerly and N A.
KCom.cil. Sewjnd anl-C. I.. Adn.n. and
K"un."?.,!ililrd wanl-O. K. MeAdam. m
"ooand?'. Fourth wanl-J. L. Djerand J. 1.
AVloanl of E.luctlon. Fir.t p-Ko I''Tj
and II. It.Ilutler. Seonid rJ-,u-,-.V"I,ir'
and Jacob Ill.nanti. Inl vranl-M. W . I
audM llellar. Fourth ward Jouh H.her and
C S Caldwell
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
UISHOr Jt COLE, 1'roprletorn.
HOUSE WORK A SPECIALTY.
j.Ji WelliuKton, Kaneaa.
O. B. STOCKER.
PLAIN ANDOIIXAMENTAL I'LASTKEINO,
Ml i.rtle dealrlna- woik In my Hue will
ravro.deraat J. V. Alleu'e Drughtore.
(fjr Country Work Solicited.
Closed Out Within s Thirty Days!
;r ,. ,,.. tY
Celebrated ., ( Jarredj S.tore d , 4
FOREVER AND FOREVER.
' t i 1 'TT -f f ft i
I thtnlW all thon rt to me ; A
I dream of what thou canst not bo ;
My life U curaed with thought of thee,
Forever and lorcver.
) 3Iy heart is full of grief and woe
I see thy face where'er I go ;
I would, alas, it were not so!
Forever and forever.
Perchance, if wc had never met,
J I hid been 'spared! this id'rtsrcW
inis enuicss mimjub w ,v.6v.,
Forever and forever.
l'ercbance, if tbou wert far away,
Did I not tec the day by day,
I might again be blltho and jray,
i Forever 'and forever.
Ab, no, I could not bear the paiu
Of never seeing thee again !
I cling to the with might and main,
x ' . (t . Torifvcr And"firevr. '
' Ab, leave me not; 1 love but thee
Blessing or curse, which'cr thou be ;
Ob, be as thou hast been lor me,
Forever and forever.
tl"70 a werkinade at home by the IndMtrloiM.
J Zllest bulne now before the public. Cai
ilil not needed. We will "tart you. Men. wom
en, boys and (flrli wanted everywhere to work
ror us. Now Is the time. Voo can work Id are
tlme.oritlve your whole time to the bu.lnesj.
No other bu.lnesswlll jar you nearly as well.
So one can rail to make enormous lyby -n)fK-lne
at once, ("oatly outflt aud temu free. Money
made made fatt, easily and honorably. Address
TI.UK A.C.O., Angusta, Maine. IJ-3C-5
fudge of the r.Ightceulh Judicial Dlstrlrt
htate Senatir It. O. bIue.
Il7,,re.utatlv..-K. It. Allen. Join lintel
lloar-lorCountyOoinmlsi-loiiere . a.
ter. U. W. Steenrod ami J. M Steele.
iiunty Treasurer I.. N. Woodcock.
er'Hf-SrWat V.ep'mV U , 8. Mar.ha.
Clerk or District Court C. A. an Ness.
I'robate Judge I. II. Jewell
Sup-tor rubllc Instraetlon-ll D.llsu.inoMl
Iteglsterof Deeds II. !. Ileleemuin
l-ouuty Attorney 1. M. Dal.
County surveyor I. K. Ilamllton.
Coroner J W. Wlugard.
First 1're.bjterlan Church-J. D H''ll.
paVlor. Service, e, ery Sabbath at 111 i . o'clock
i iu.ai.d7XoJclockp.rn. I'rayernwetlug eierj
-very babbatll HUSO''"" "; - "
I'rer meeting on "Ihuntday evening.
HtAloisiis catholic Church-llev.- Mcl.all.
JilLr: 'rSnics on the 1 and III. Sunday or
every montlr.hlKh mass at Iua.m.,velrs al7J.
'''nji'i-.ll.t German llev. John Ilaller. is
tor. ltg services it U.e church bullilng
at I0 ; a. ii. and 7S' p.m. ITa .r meeting on
rndrneeal'.'rs'td.y morning until
liirthernotlc. at 10S' o'clock. n north eldeof
iKuili. T avenue. I.eteeu IreiiioiiJ and If. I..I
House, entrance thlnl dooreastor ''' '",
n roT not, lire is sweeping by. go and dare
n to I lierore joudle. something mighty and
sublime leave behind to conquer time.' fla
week In jourown town. fSoutntfree. No rlk
Kierythlngnew. Capital not re.julretl.JUe will
rurnith jou everything. Many are making for-
. . ?. . - . Mn.L a- vn .ml Im)V&
tunes, i a.iie make oo iimuiwwi.i--j-
.-. . i.- .... ..- iPj..ilj.r Ifv.iii want
inu Kirn nr ri i-j . .r--..., ...,-.. ;---business
at which you can make great I'SSL"1?
time, write rnr particulars toll. IIAM.&TT a
CO., I'orlland, Maine. h--.m
. Mutt Be
iMTIH'J. .oiToi-1 53?JO
SOLD FOR-CASH AT ONCE.
,..sl M-sttU ,atfA.I I.KI rJ-tfetftl llttlt
r.,Te'l'yourIleieIhl-Ora of thia, . Grand jiClosi-ijr-Out; Salo,
and let Everybody Come and Buy.
Front the Lawrence Journal.
FREE TRADE MISINFORMATION.
(3T Remember' we' will Not1 Stand' on1 the 'Price!
Can' Stock Lp - to's'Advaritige!'
tailor lople are always on the lookout ror
In Uni become weaiUiy ; those who do not Im
Vinr turn ..ii."..... ----- - . ,.
.. ..m-.v - n.i li.nA ti mils monev. e
eouer a Kirk vh.wvw . ....... -., . ---
want many men.women, girls and boys to work
Inr ns right In their own localities. Any one can
do the work properly from the first start The
buftnei, will ly more iuu ..m 111............
wages. Exiienslve outflt furnished free. No one
who engages falls Id make money rapidly.; l ou
can demote yonrwhole time to the work, or only
your siiare moments. Full Information and all
that Is needed sent free. Address STINRON Co.,
I'oriland. Maine. W-iA-il
y-V.'Sir... 7-1 mrcb-Senlce. , ery lord's day
.. i, ....1,,1. a M. In Miller Hall
-Iffiia-'rilSl.. K. ...ri-r. i-a-tor
prayer meeting Thurs-layeienlng,
vl. John's Kplscol Vll"rt,,-J'','iraT
Cliamberlaln. rector, hen Ices on Sunday at
.! A M. a'lidTKI' M.J Wednesday el enlug
at 7'i. seats Iree.
A M. E. Church. Ilev M. Wooton, pastor.
Corner WaUr and Churoa streets.
First (Colored) Missionary Itaptlst.-I.'ev.
Frank Dur-teu, iitor. Ietnvu Central ae
uue and Kim street.
NFW RICH BLOOD.
PARSON'S riROATlYE PIUS MAKE SEW RICH
rw .n.i will i-nnmUtclv rli&Dize the
Mood in tbe "" BJBKmll,n "" , I??nrftl;
. .. i.... 111 i.tal .I1I ABfFi tilrrht fl nm
Any lefntun wuu I-a.. -.-. -b--".-,-1
toKWMkvnimrba rwlorwJto ouni h-tiutt..
or tent by mall for elitht Utter Ump. Send
Mass. Sold In Wichita by Aldrlcli A Brown.,
An English Veterluary Surgeon and Chemist,
now traiellng In this country, says that most or
the Horse and Cattle 1'owders sold here are
worthless trash. He says that Sheridan's Con
dltlon 1'owders are absolutely pure and Im
mensely valuabls. Not .logon earth will make
hens lay like Sl.erldan'a (Jondltlon iwder.
Dose, one teajiioonrul to one pint of food. Sold
everjVhere, or sent by mail for eight letter
sUmpa. 1. S. JOHNSON A CO., ltoston. Mass.
Sold In Wichita by Aldrlcli Allrown. iM-M
Tlie M. II. SabbaUi school, A. II. NafUger
uerluUndeul, meets at the church at ss
0'Tben-r.".bDy'terlaufiabbatl. school. J. "'.
lit sujlerluteudent. meets at the l'resbyterlau
"olrfnin'M.". Sun.l.y !..!. meet, at the
cJiurcht" o'clock, p. m. Herman Mueller.
lUienoebl. meek. u ..g.j. -
" Mr. Olivkt ConMANDaKT No. IS, K.T. Itegu
lar t-onclave first Friday or g'lf' 0,
F. W. Toon, llecorder.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT
will iiosltlvely prevent mis irnu .....,
and wlll,..tWy nine jam ojU .
luiormauon m.i. .- ""'." ,,""" ;r"
by mall. Don't delay JP-ei'u?Q
Is better than cure. I.S. JOHNSON A CO.
Iloston. Mass. i-absomb ' U""A':. .. .
Sal. new rich blood. Sold In Wichita by
A Id rich A Ilrown . Ia'1'i
Our assortineut is yet Complete, and tlioMoat Liberal Terms
will be aflorded Large Buyers.
ZDO IsTOT EJIii-A."2"-
Wc arc no bag of wind, and cannot bogiu. to convey the
faintest idea ou paper of the many advantages to be gainod
f I -at
thin, " ' '
Our Last Closing-Out Sale,
But will iirgo upon the purchaaing public that this is no scheme.
Our Great Benefit is in a Speedy Closing Out.
Aud to that cud wo will dispose of short lengths, odd lols
of Hosiery and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, and
Pieces aud Broken Packages of; everything hi , the iine at
Less Tim Yw Oiri Price.
Necessity demands it.
1 1 t
Dou't throw a good thing over yor
t ctr.'in -k'j;I
Wichita KNCAMrsiKKTNo.ta.I. O.O.F.meet
on tie second and fourth Thurlay of each
nmnth. Mattiiewsok, C. I'
A. J.Sauk, Scribe.
" 1. OO. F.-WlchllaIlgeNo.M,meUevery
Friday night at So-clock, at their hall, lem ile
llloc" All brother. In good standing are In
vited to attend. K i,.jwnr.N.a.
Oeo. W. Fhvku U. H,
280 acre. In sec. Sl.twp.M. r. Ss.Gypsum twp
llacres Insec.a, twp. W, r.Sw.Aflontwp.
100 acres in sec. 10, m m. . . -. " 1-- , "
ISO acres In sec. S8, twp. ?J. r. 1 w, Ohio twp.
icn acres In sec 30. twp. i. r. 4w. Erie twp.
,CA11 ol 'the above laSs will le.old rorca.h.(oi
on time at 8 per cent Interest on payment of one
third cash . i laxy man wil .Isree on no le.
An energetic man can Invest theproceedsofhls
oropsln U.S. S per cents In thraeyearsand llv.
(a spell) on the Inte-est.
Office same building with U. S. Land Offiee.)
vaii u herebv clven that at the regular
meetlnr of the Uoard or county unpiuisiionei.
The Drawing of Our First Grand , Prize takes place
Saturday, the 12th, , i ...
(J- LET ALL HOLDERS OF TICKETS ATTEND. S
J. P. DONALD & CO.
George G. Matthews,
. ,4 4r-r Li r4 -fn 1!and
WSALE ft AJrC Ji W flL C JEL...I im
A. r. A A. M.-MeetsonlheflrsCand third
Monday of each month. Memlrfrs tlsltlngtl.e
city are cordially Invited. j( . y M
J. M. naowiisos. Secretary.
" AriKU. 1'ost. No. ST.,11. A.U.-Meels ou the
nrat and third Turwlays or cadi mouth.
jj rst an.l unn. j( jT1WAKTi commander.
j . A. Waixack. Adjutant.
WlcniTACnAPTu. K.A.M.-Mestson the sec
ond Friday n"""""j, r. Ali,, n. r.
llor M . Bonn, Secretary'
Khioiits or llosoit.nieetat Odd Fellows Hall
every first and thlnl Vedne.lay r each month.
eiery u.. j w Wikoahd, Dictator.
Itoa'T. JAcas, lleiwrter.
a.o in uuimiuk - .'.'e . r.-w
Arkansas rlvir east or Shnmans I ark.
9.j and IS others.
orgw cacounTr KanTr.'o UjKi ojj the
;r?l?r.r et and .t brinchS or
Chlsbolm creek on the line between section.
S',rand 0 1, township No. , J--'-'-
and 19 others.
Wichita, Kansas, May 15th, 1(M.
95 IDOTJO-XjA-S ArVENTTE.
IE?" J Jteey everything in the Hardware Line. Come and tec me.
LEADING WICHITA JEWELLER!
KKiounrlVTIUAS, Warwick lodge No 44
ll.SIUAlll. U..H- o.
.. l.- !. .1
A O.U. W. Meets rirry iiu) iv'"
Mllle"; Hall. , K- ' luor.. M. W.
tiao. Calhocx. llecorder.
In the matter or the assignment or J. I, Car
others A Brothsr.
To tlttthtmitiot, or may. oarer ;
Notice Is hereby given that the nnders jned
assignee will, on Wednesday, the first day of
August, A. IJ. ISM. beginning at nine o'clock
x. k.i said day. at the office or the clerk of U.e
iilitr ctCourtlnand ror 8e.lgwlck county. hJin
sia. proceed to adjust and allow claims against
Uu'iittUof aald J. I Carolhers A nro. Ssld
asJlgneewlll continue to adjust and allow claim,
for three days, beginning August 1st, 1SSS, at
bin. o'clock A.M. rif
Witness my hand March 22d, A.D .Isp.
(ilS ' E. A. DOKSKr, Assignee.
FOR THE FAIR SEX.
U, 8. LAND OFFICE.
' Douglas Avenue, Commercial Block. U. I..
Wallr. Itegjjter. J. L.DTer.lteoelver. tc
hoursYromSW IJa. m. and from 1 to a p.m.
J. D. HOUSTON.
AnMTT-AT-lMW. Office over Kansas Na-
AlTtt!.KTSAtlw, WlchlU, Kausa.. Offii.
oer lllssantt A llutler.
SI.USS A HATTON,
Awouwrvs, Wichita, Kansas, office In Eagle
, . UUtiULKS,
ATToaaar at Uaw, Wichita, Kansas.
aWM -"I-1Ala8 A. ,AIUUB .
ATloauava at Law. Wichita. K""-, .g"
In the bulldlng.K u,ilrf by the li. S. Land Office
lans uegotlaled on lmproie.1 lan.U In Sedg
r!ck and sumner counties. "
AttokkiY at LAW.WlchlU.Kausas. Office
No. V4 Douglas Avenue. .
" j. M. IIALDEKSTON,
ATToaaar at law. WlchlU, Seilgwlck county
Kan7as (S In Centennial lllock, over Aley'a
thoe Store. ' .
J. F. L-UCK,
ArroaaET at Law. first door nojthorU.8.
Ind Office, In Commercial Block, Wchlta,
Kansas. Siclal attention, given to ail kinds of
bnilnM. iinnecte.1 with the U. S, Land Office.
Kntir.a for Publication.
LAND OFFICK I
to make final proor in auppori . ";-.'".-,-;
that aald proorwlll be mad. bejrore the Wiw
or necelver or th. U. S. Land Office at Wichita.
Kansas, on Tliursday. June 7th, U. '
William T. Merchant, his D. S. No. SS.1S8. ror
the iTot the WJ of sec. 8, twp. SI sooth, or
range Jwest. .,..., mnrove
Ile names me ionu,ii.. """"?" ,vIJi.T
hi. continuous resldenc. "If n. adcuUlv.on
ll'T Miller and William Cllngent. all of
I-eotone. " ggSg; RegUter.
L. W Crouch, Attorney for Claimant. 4-S
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICK J
at Wichita. Kansas. May 16th. 1TL . I
iu '."'.,'.. nri.i.... sr.nuu.onTn.aday.
j"; aria n&d&&
kl. awinttnnnua rflaldeHO UlXsO, Uld CnltlT allpn
M. ..-.---- ---- --,-- t.taf. IAVII.
of. aald . una. tie: --?.,, -,Tie7?.il
Ueorr. H. Boacn ana ivnu.i ..., .. -. ...
. . ...... -jm.... p ST.n... Ka
LAW aun coiiecwoo . u,t. - ---llonalBank.
WlchlU, Kansas. Uefers to Kan
aas National Bank. ""
D. A. MITCHELL,
Attobiiet-at-Lsw, WlchlU, Kansas. Office
over Herrlngton'a bookstor.. "-
JAMES L. DTER,
Attosiev AT Law, WlchlU, Kansas. Si-
--. - .- --
uoti.r conniy, .". , . .,
U. A.. V A , w.....
By her who In this month Is born
No gems save garnets should be worn ;
They will Insure her constancy.
True friendship and fidelity.
The February born will find
Sincerity and peac or mind,
Freedom from passion and from care.
If tbey the amathyst will wear.
Who on this world or ours their eyes
In March first open shall be wit. ;
In days or peril firm and brave.
And wear a bloodstone to their grave.
She who in April datea her years
Diamonds shonld wear, lest bllter tears
For vain repentance flow ; this stone
Emblem of innocence is known.
Who first beholds the light or day
In spring' sweet iowery month ofM.y,
And wear, awl emerald all her life,
Shall be a loved and happy wife.
Who come, with aununer to this earth.
And owe. to Jon her day of birth.
With rlngoragaU on her hand.
Can health, wealth, long life command.
A GKM FOR KYXRY MONTH.
: ' --i ' l
f . e 'i t
.yd. 88 Douglas Premie,
Th. glowing ruby should adorn
Those who In warm July are bom ;
Then will they b. exempt and free
From loye'a donbU and anxiety".
Wear a sardonyx, or for the.
No conjugal felicity ;
The August bom. without this stone;
Tts aald, must llv. unloved and ion..
A maiden born when autumn leave
Are rustling In September', breexe.
A sapphire on her brow anoniu ninu
'Twill cure disease of the mind.
OCTOBER. . t I
October', child U born for woe,
And life's vlclssltodss must know ;
Bnt lay an opal on h.r breast,
And hop will lull those words to rest.
Who first comes to this world below
With drear November', fog and anow,
Shonld prlM topix'a amber huer I
Emblem of friends and lovers too.
If cold December gave yon birth
The month of aaow and Ice and mirth
Place on yonr hand a turquoise bine ;
Success will bleaa whatever yon do.
. e .: i t ri
. . - "' Wichiiaf'Kansaf,
K, B. JEWETT,
ATTOEXET at Law. WlchlU. Kansas.
A. W. McCOY,
rarsiciAJf ad Sceoeox. Also U. S. ;
lnlng Surgeon for pensions. ;offic over Barne
A Bon'aDrugS tore. Residence on Lawrence aye-
tu In third block north or Methodist churchy
In the District Court or the Eighteenth Judic
ial District, alttlng witnm u .or .. OTU.,
nrsedirwlck. In the 8Ute of Kansas.
lal Bank ot Kansas, plaintiff, 1
Daniel Morebona and Charles U. More- f
house. derendanU. J
By virtu, of an ord.r or aal Issaed to me out
ofailddlatrlct court In th. abovnUUed ac
Uon, I will, on
...j... .i..i. i A.r ji. .d.issi.
.. .... -. ...J J.w . It., fmntdonr
bulldlwj on DoagU. avenu. toowa aa Jtagl.
iZiLi. Md .ill to the highest and best bidder,
for" hSdTall U. rollowIat-dseribeJ
real state, to wit : ... ,n0l,.tl
SSS."dU: ylVi "altytT to th.eonnty
. wT!Lvpraald defend aU. and U directed
witnoai appiM", -" .
aal.. r b wrsr
H. J. HARDING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER
DR. Z. WARD.
... .. . -t.t.? - ... K.tl.i.1. ami
nnthlne bnt an office buslaess. 1
nave been, and am now, .noceasrhllyltraatlns
rimtlr eomnlalnU In all their various forms.
CkroSa dlaMM a speclslty. OaV.ttSMaU
v VlTTRKir.l). D. a.
Office over Has. A Charlton's. All operations
. .1-. ..Vtie,lw t.vfil.l.fl ll-0
ms.nu.uj Miiiiuuj f ..
11 W. SMfTH.
DsamsT, Eagle Building, Douglas avenue,
ir-atisae tk Bri if Mmlmiim.
v.ti-. I. r.hT eiven that th Board of
Coaaty 0a!aaa2j. of gW5K
aTroetoad-aataad vaaUxa i Aaaas
aeiuiaidl ta , avwwfcliol mli
"Sufte.rark aad &oai,Taa4ar..a .
"wiehMa aad Mlaaeha. Wed-atfUy. imt ath.
1ttm aad Bocktard. Taaday. J!t,
Ssaa.. a . . ia. vWa. 'tasat.
Grewey aaw -yst-'eys'.TJ-r' fSSa.
USW SJ11 BBWR aa-aa i.
14 MAIN STREi.WckrfAy M
. . t.ii' .L-. A..... KfVwA tn Its tiletnri'
Our city IS growing more raimuy umh -. .- "- j ,
and, in order not to ir.Kl P!?5ffifi
tions than ever before'for'tlie Spriag-Ti-ae. t
1 am now prepared to thov a Complete Line of
silfX J?:iW -.Bittel at v&za. -isana
OF ALL aBADBB, ntOM THE
OHBAPBST WALL F-A.FBliel
j3'jj.sijost "!Mo )dB-i:oia-3
"Itisafsctwhlchnoonoat all fjinillar
with the markets or Christendom will he
bold enough to deny, that all articles ol ne
cessity and comfort (with the single- excep
tion of food) lnthoUniieaaiaicarBuc
lit price and poorer In quality than In any
other civilized country m tuowonu.
l'rof. l'erry, as quoted by l'ror. canuciu iu
letter of Jiay 15, 18S3,
1 would he glad to note all the errors m
Uils last letter ori'rof..Canlield's,butucW9
"pspcr columns are too short, an.l I there
fore reply to the central thought of his let
ter as imlicateiHiy the above text.
No dozen tncu in tha United States havo
contributed so lavishly to the common stock
of misinformation, misstatement ami error
concerning iheacli that underlie our tariff
system as have l'ror. Peiry ot Williams
College, and l'rof. Sumner of Yale.
I advised my Iriend Cnnueld in my isi
letter to search for his facts on the farm, In
the counting room, the mill, the. mine and
the iurnacc, aud to abandon the authority
and advice of a lot or bpoK-ureaniiHE uoi
trluaires, but iu this last letter I see he ad
heres to his old teachers anu quoics .o.
commercial lacts a college professor, a lit
erary magazine, an.l a good missionary
from South Africa.
1 haveasscrtcd that under prelection wc
bought our cheapest good?, hail the highest
and best market iu which to sell, and the
most money saved at the end of .the year.
The statement is true.
t.lnVihcnronositlonif tosether and the
.,m.,.riiv ni the United States for the past
twenty years alone would prove the truth
of the assertion; especially is tuis uuc
from lbo ..tai.iliioint of the tanner.
It needs no argument to show that he
ulli in the best markets aud the highest
..rlce.l markets in the world, lorthe United
Stales with its 50,000,000 of cxtravagaut
buyers Is his home market, and ueuvecu
inm .ind the outside world there Is tio liar
and no hindrance ; whoever will pay him
most gets his goods. This is a sine oi me
the question carefully Ignored by the free
trader, though In fact the most importaut
of the two.
Now ai to the price or what we buy : It
is a notorious fact, that l'rof. l'erry must
have been aware of, that on cotton goods
of all the common and coarser grades, like
prints, brown cottons, shirtiugs, sheetings,
ticks, denims, drills, etc., iu fact everything
i.nt tl.n llirl.t.T uml lancy grades as mulls.
tarletons, embroidery, hosiery of certain
kinds, the price in the United states is as
i .. in nnv market. Our trade in them
abroad is only checked for lack of carrying
facilities, aud because having so neavy a
.iam.n.1 nt hnmn our manufacturers have
not been forced to adopt fctyles and colors
suited to loreign trade.
Agricultural tools ol all' kinds, reapers,
mowers, shovels, hoes, forks, etc., ar
ttapr iu the United States than elsewhere
)lr. Wood, of Hoosick Falls, New York,
manufacturer of Wood's reapers and mow
ers and other agricultural tools, alter vis
iting portions of Europe with n view of se
lecting a location Tor a factory from which
to supply his foreign trade, returned to the
Unied States convinced that ho could make
his goods cheaper in the United States than
in imr ntlmr eountrv in the world. This
...iimonv I took Irom Mr. Wood himself,
and his statement was corroborated ny oiu
r makers and dealers in the goojs.
' During tho last quarter of 1S82, wc ex
ported of reapers aud mowers ?15,000;
plows and cultivators, 03,000; aim oi oili
er articles not enumerated 9301,334. T
Wagons and carriages, too, arc' cheaper
here than abroad. Wc exported or these
Roods during the last quarter or 18S5 about
Furniture or-all kind is ihcspcr here
Sole anil harness leather 1? cheaper here
than In Europe, and we arc. now exporting
theso goods to even Germany, the old head
quarters of the trade.
All common grades of hoots and shoes.all
carpenters' tools, stoves, nails, watches,
clocks, much or hardware and cutlery arc
.. chenn In the United States as anywhere,
and much or our machinery of all kinds is
preferred to any make.
Space is not at my command to glvQ ,rul'
scope to the reputation or this mtseraute
falsehood ol Perry's, both as to price ami
quality ol Awe ricau goods, that, lies so
readily at my hand.
As to atccl rails that the professor relers
. - ti, -t,... r.r (!,.Mii ( 187.1 nan 120 ncr
ton; "In 1S73, ?G8'; . i . lSTS", $12; In 1832, ?40
per ton.- .
"What reduced the price or steel rails? Iu
186T wc had no steel rail mllU England
was first to start the Ucscmer process, we
followed under a forty-livo per cent, pro
tection ; we have now a greater capacity
than England by far.
p. irnde. would have given England
control of the rail trade. Protection put
thlitcen large mills into the United States.
Result : low prices as usual. Slop our mills
as the figures given by tho professor would
.i ... ibn ilpm-ind on En?laudaniluer"'
mnv. and where would tho price or steel
rails go! Perhaps our good missionary
in Ainca can icu us. n ciuSi ....
ear. lnce that we were seriously to reduce
rates on these rails, though without foun
dation, was cnouch to raise tueivngiisu
price $12 per ton tho rull amount or the
contemplated reduction or duty.
Pig Iron was also referred to. r.vinence
hernm the tariff commission showed that In
Northern Georgia and Alabama pig iron
can be produced at rrom KJ to 9l per ion.
New ruraances arc being erected rapiuty In
several ol the Southern States. Free trade
would, put an, end tpt-ia work, that has
lowered, and is still loweringlhe price oT
this greatstaple. f
" Colorado and New .Mexico at our western
tuf os of all kinds three steel rail mill thera,
now and in process oi construction i utu
In readv to bid for the rail trade of Kansas.
Kansas farmers ready to sell the thousands
r .wAvl-m... m.n tn itntifrrefvam mere, ami
Ui V. IM WWW.. . ..0.-0 J
already there, their lood supply, if the pol
icy of developing Mis country insteau oi
Europe is continued,
av. .-..I., .trttrr. down all this In the
nanlvsls of death. ) )l
What the nrlee of merchandise may cow
K. in vnrnn la no nroof what It would be
II tbja saarketywa faJlTopen to thalr man
ufacture! ; wbatUias been under free trade
or 'tariff for revenue only," wo know,
and the startle shqw.Jh.atiaa. Asaerleaa
eoapeuuon wu nu.uu.utu uuu rivwv-tin-
irfUnltn the consumer went down.
aadUey Ybt xolng down to-day with the
tartiag of every new rant anu saop.
wvu;un'-eende were relerred to also. The
coaner arailes are practically aa cheap here
aaD r-arope. wc . ui.. v. -
ierewcSitser pound on taw wool which
mnnev seat to purchase the foreign wools
rafitutalss" . , , , .
The professor quotes woolen goods as dc
lng double in value here In tha United
States, what they are abroad. He Is misin
formed. Such figures are impossible, ue
....-.-a Imirlnn Inlhtne. aaT a coat.
American goods to consumer, 940 ; foreign
goods to consumer, r. Ucean ireignu
would add only a nominal per centage. By
his own figures the tariff is what causes
the dlfferenee.ln price- Jvaat Is tn pres
ent tariff rateJ JFartT.cenia per po.nd and
35 per cent, ad valorem. A common wool
en coat will weigh four pounds. Tarts rate
per pound, 11.00; tariff rate ad valorem,
7; toUl, $8.80; making the coat at the
outside cost here $30, instead or. 940, as be
States ItT But is this the way goods are im
ported r Not at all. These coats would be
billed to the manufacturer's agent uere in
tlm United States. 'not at the price the con-
.iimpr navs. but at the lowest manufactu-
-. . .--. ... i !.. u. It. .-nieitMl
past the custom honse inspectors. Foreign
trade journals state openly that this is the
practice, foreign invoices, anu i nave ex
amined them by the dozen, all confirm this
The $23 coat, to the consumer abroad,
would be billed to the agent here at from
$12 to $13. Then the figures would stand :
Tariff rate per pound 91 60
Tariff 'rate ail valorem 20
Miklnr the foreign cost cost here to the
Importerfj.SO more than tne American, in
stead or 920, as shown by we proiessor
fl.Mirc. and this is true or Importations of
all kinds, showing that the tariff rate as ap
plied to actual transactions, mates no sucu
.i;ft..rpnre In cosLto the consumer, as free
trade writers claim, even If the tariff was a
tax which It is not.
. nm treated to lone essays by free-
trade writers as to the amount we have to
pay under protection as compared to what
w would Dav under free trade. When the
(acts are that as Industries are established
in the United States, under the shelter or
the wall ol protection, prices of goods to
the consumer lower by reason ol the Amer
ican competition thus brought Into being.
This is true of every industry. What ever
the price was when we relied on foreign
markets for our goods, It was lowered when
the American industry was started. There
are hardly enough exceptions to this rule,
to even take note of. Cottons, woolens,
steel, iron, machines, glass and crockery,
ii.r. stiii.tlrs of ttm industry show it.
Hut Instead of going to the actual recoruoi
the prices as shown In every old counting
room and mill, where only sueh records
can be found, the free trader prefers to take
a sheet or paper, put down the price ot
goods in market to-day, add to it the StariU
rate, usually overstated, and hold up the
sum thus obtained as the amount or "rob
bery" the tariff works on th consumer. I
challenge any man to show Irom the record
of actual transactions, a half dozen In
stances whcre.within rrom one to two yeai a,
after the successful establisnmcni oi an
American Industry, the prices of goods
produced have not been lowered to the
Hut for lack of space, I would publish
herewith a table prepared by Mr. Cbace, of
riiiwp Island, and used bv mm in a speecu
delivered In the House of Bepresentatlvea.
TiiA.iinv. Mav" lata. iroiBwn.cn me iu.-
- w,... j , j f .
lowing results are obtalneoynvo years oi
"tariff for revenue," following the Robert
.1. Walker tariff of 1840, and fire years of
protection Just before and Including 1880:
"Agricultural product! C per ant. nightr an
ilrr protection. Manuacturet and fuel 30 per
cent, lover, and labor V) per cent. MgKer than
under free trade."
This statement has never been impeached,
it c.ll liken loaded bomb in the free trade
camp, but it was soon founa that the more
it was handled tho more dangerous it be
xnme. and it stands as an unanswerable ar
gument In behalf or the protection of
VER THE CREST
f Mtwiaic, Rttn try C Water, ud
StlrWwiM RtJtevlM w TjkliM mt
Sisjatar infN sjj aa i. ..
Liu af R-y aa ttw Catt-
WIU. tha annrnaek of the cental glow of
summer, tha expandiag bbMeoma ol Kay
time flora, Ue gentle breetes, laden with
the delicate fragrance or nuuumg .ww
end i h iieiirian. lanrnor of balmy atmos
phere, comes Picturesque B.xO- with IU
new schedule, its raster ume anu p
oateh of good things, troaa Its regular sum
mer budget. It Is nt and appropoa that o
rare a line or beauty aa tne d. m v. auou.u
nrintineei lu summer Drocraasaie when na
ture is attired In iu loveliest garb of ell the
year. Ordinarily railroads are numuru-.
mMuh vnmi ennnvh and certainly lBdia-
pensable In their way, but baldly a topic to
base a poetic Idyl upon, particularly wuen
in.i.r h ornnlatte influences of a dreamy
day in May. Nevertheless there Is such la
th. R. A O. not Incongruous WIW me royat
nlendor of earlv atunasar time, when tha
bloom upon the rose, tho apple blossoms
and the peach, the emerald twaru anu wo
daisy ail vie the one with to other In form
ing parts of a matchteaa picture, painted by
the master-hand of nature. The mountains
girded by the glittering bands of steel, the
foam-crested waters spanned by bright
gleaming ribbons of metal, and the fields
where the daisies STOW, the hill-sides from
which the bleaaoasa send heavenward their
fragrance and the velvety carpet or the vai.
l.r. all as truly betoken the presence of that
agency, without which so glorious a pano
rama would still, as or yore, he eonnnru u
the aellsh flare of the sun by day and to
the autocratic cold stare of the stars by
it..! not the Baltimore and Ohio been con
structed as It was, through the very gaiden
of the continent: watereu uy me i-owmac,
the Shenandoah and the Youghloheny, on
waid and upward, until the crests ol the
Blue Bidge and the noble old Aiieganie at
nn.t triu tha elonda. then ulunaina down
through canon, o'er chasm and beneath
towering masses, to the broad, open snore
of the Ohio; had not the hand ot tho B.
O. man done all this, what a journey would
have been lost to all men I w no, men, ru
say that thoughts or the rare and unequal
ed beauties lining every foot of the B. A O.
way, from the Ohio to the sea, are not In
keeping with the spelUhrown over us by
th. wtteherr of the season? No railroad in
the world compares with It for pleturesqe
loveliness and mountain grandeur; and
the points relative to change of time
on the B. 0.,to new trains and to the old,
have an interest not dreamed or in connec
tion with other roads. Thus it becomes to
many a matter of personal gratification
that the old favorite uaisy train .h u-..
h.e .l.intv heela to would-be rivals to the
-..iiitno- time of sevn hours to Washing
ton, and a corresponding activity to ail
Eastern cities; or, in otner worus, iu
matchless train, making the fastest long run
known for years, leavea St. Louis In the
morning, Cincinnati in the evening, and
reaches Washington next day for dinner, a
wholo meal ahead of all other trains the
others not putting in an appearance until
supper-time. To Baltimore the time saved
is over four hours, and Philadelphia and
New York are reached In time ror supper.
Tho mrreinondlnff train from the East to
the West should also have an appropriate
name, and If the one Is a Daisy me oiner
- Tt-.ittif .iirAennntrh. Leavioflr New York
at seven In the evening, and passing through
Philadelphia, Baltimore anu n asumsio-
rout.. Cincinnati Is reached early the
next evening in ample time for the connec
tion South and Southwest, us ue om
schedule the time was some two hours lon
ger, and thst much later getting Into Cin
cinnati. A similar change tn the order of
things Is gained at St. Louis, as the train,
with IU through sleeper from New York,
reaches the "Future ureal" eariy sue sec-
See, speak, of agrteul- ond morning - - -
ture as sn "unprotected" industry. Why
should he? One tnlrd ot me customs rev
enues are collected from the products of
tho soil coming into this country In compe
tition with what we raise rrom our larms
Dudley C. Haskell.
KINO WORDS-THEIR IRPORTAMCE IN
THE MARRIAGE RELATION-THE
LOSS OF A WIFE.
it rte Witt Talmage.l
Now 1 want to make you enemies ot
everything that antagonizes the marriage
mixtion. The most ol vou. born or honor
able parentage, I want to swear you by the
cradle In which you were rocaeu, ana iue
family altar at which in childhood you
knelt, ami the irraVcs of your christian fa-
ti.or in, I mother, if tbev nave laiuuonu
t.i.t.li each other in the last sleep, to set
your races against the Influences which
would bring marriage into disrepute, no
mxmiicr the best eulosv that you can pais
upon the institution is to make your own
home relations right anu oeauuiui.
Do not take offense too easily from each
other. Remember that unkind words or
unhappy treatment is often not a matter or
the heart but a matter of the nerves. Hus
bands at the store and wives with house
hold anxieties have their equipoise unbal
anced. But few men and women in Amer-
i.. have nnv nerves that are worth speak
ing or. The delicate lelegrapn wireeoi
the Im'ifv are'ciatiiaL'ed liv the storms, and
so let the lightnings or temper run over
Know that these relationships at the
longest will be brief. Spare all the harsh
words you can, and all severe retorts as rar
as possible, for before long a hearse win
drive up to your door, and from your pres
ence wlll'be taken oiitthe'best friend you
have in all the world and the richest earth
iv l.nnn that rind hss In His omnipotence
and infinity a capacity to bestow a good
wife. When a child is taken that desolates
the home, but a wife' departure desolate
.11 th bouse and all the heart and all the
r4rth. The silences are so appalling aner
her voice is still, the vacancies so ghastly,
the gloom as though the midnight of fifty
II A child wandering Irom room to room
with a hurt finger crying for mother, wno
.-III . .Amn enil waktntf in the night
'and crying for a drink.say.ng, "No, I want
mother to bring it."
Reminiscences rushing upon the soul like
a mountain torrent over which a cloud has
Liir-t. Her lewels. her books, berdresses,
suggestive or banquet or burials, put Into
the trunk, the rail ot wnose uu, wuu
I.- tiimi. seems to sav : "Dead." The
morning dead, and the night dead, and the
air dead, aud tho world ueaa; i ten you,
5' man lftt-llAiiour, It never before, you
woutd be willing to pay out In red coin ol
red blood every drop rrom your near, w
hriTnara-aiithehastV-ed reckless words
you have stted, and all.the alights. But
you cannot buy thembaeir- worosgone
rorth'rro'm your lips if not in drelea so'as
in. Mm. hack arain Ilka dove to their cote,
but in a straight line a million miles a mln
.... -. the eternities. Flatteriag ept-
i..uin. thnnirh Drvden composed It,
.ww.wB, - - o -
and polished Aberdeen granite, wougu
Aneelo chiseled it, could never atone for
unkindness to the living.
make all the connections for the West and
and South, and which connections are maue
in union lenot. wherein all the through
trains of the B. ft O. run. They pass from
Parkersburg to Cincinnati over the old aia--i.ii.
.ml Cincinnati line, now greatly im
proved in every way, and known to the
world as the Cincinnati, w asnmguiu -dmnn.
railroad. It is a model road In all
tts details, and managed right up to the
mark. From Cincinnati to at- louis me .
& O. trains pass over the noted Western
short line, the Ohio Mississippi. With a
track a sotld as tho Boca: ot uioraiar .uu
a motive power celebrated throughout rail
way circles for IU remarkable efflclency.the
O. M. has set the pegs very high for rival
ii.,.. in the w.v or fast time. The beauty
or It Is that the road Is so smooth an.l the
line so level that the passenger fairly nies
without recognizing he Is going at hardly
any thing more than a ramer iiveiy jb-
With 1U direct iniercnangiug hum, ut
n.t.. of rallwav management is noapuz-
- -,.. ,.fc. n
zle to account ror in upenon.j -
i, O. over all other througn rout oeiwceu
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Washington and Cincinnati anu ot. irouis.
White occupying an' incomparable position
.. ..-.ni. the dries named, the B. O. en
joys equal distinction as a Chicago line, It
owning, controlling anu operating o..j
ev.. r the route from the the Atlantic to
Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. It I the
only line running iuirain.iorougu..u-.
u.-. vnrir in chleaffo and Chicago to New
York with absolutely no change of cars
whatever, and it was tne u. j. ..-
Inated the term "solla" ireius sou .uauKu-
tted the system. How successinl It has
proved Is Indicateu oy me .aiuwn.
iMM Solid." as this train has become
known, has recently bad added a superb
new dining ear, which in roomy appoiu--..,...
.ml novelties In the war of tables,
seaU, etc., 1 unquestionably the "swell"
dinner or the penou. Liae menewauu
magnificent sleepers, the dining halls on
the line aad every thing else pertaining to
tha road, tha one company own, auu u
.... it. own dlnlnc-car line: consequently
there are no outside -corporations to live
upon passengers, ana me isuer ui m ev
ery single Instance with the B. O The
i.t-.r nuumr rallwav la me wonu, uib
B. A O. can show a record for speed, for
safety, for prompt employment n. everj
nrwftature, and for satisfying the public
wholly unparalleled. In the language or
an enthusiastic western admirer, "It Is the
boss road, aad don't you forget It : '
CIIICERIHIH talR WIVES.
To err Is lemlatar, to forgive Imaoaalble.
The most discouraging fact about women
is women herself.
Women always give more than tbey
promise; men less.
The wife's native land is the country
where she loved. Dumas.
Women do not disapprove their rivals;
tbey hate them. Jamea Parton.
Than U a Ud U th aflair of womea
which Uk.n at th flood, leads
God knows warn I -Byroa .
or all tha naths leading-to a woman's
heart, pity Is the straightost. Beaumont.
ATOunsrwoman who loves more Iban
she Is loved deserves to suffer. Hi Lee.
Men lose their heart through, their eyes,
women through their ears.
To aay why drl act so or o.
Or don't 'oold be prnamtn'
M.bby to mean ye. and say no,
Comes nateral to women'
The only thing that reconciles me to be
ing a woman, is the fact that I won't nave
to marry one.
lis somewhat to bar known, albeit la vela,
On woman la this sorrowful, bad earth,
Whose v.ry lot can ytt bequeath to pain
New faith In worth,
a womin with fair onnortuoltlea and
without an absolute hump, may marry
whom she likes. Thackeray.
I'm not denying that women are loollah.
uod Amigbty mad 'em to saalels the men.
Age cannot wither hsr.nor custom stale
Her Infinite variety, other worn. cloy
Th. appetite they fd i batahajaakM hungry
What most she satlsflee.
We ahould choose for a wife only the wo
man we should choose for a friend, were
the a man. Joubert.
For several virtue
I have liked several women ; vr any
With so rail a soul, bat some defect la her
Did quarrel with the noble! grac. an owneu
And put It to roll.
Alter all, it la the woman that give im
mortality to the painter, and not the paint
er who Immortalizes the woman. Bablng-
II men would more often set their heels
on what is frivolous 1 think women might
be better than they are. uou anowi
That woman la bar deepest degradation,
Hold sometblag sacred, something aadtatod.
Soma pledge and keapeak of her higher nature,
And, like tn oiamonu iu in. u ra, r uu.
Sam quenchless gleam or th celestial light.
Next to the pleasure- ol sinning Itself,
th.ro i. nnthtnr women like better than
remembering their "sins and talking about
a woman mav be loved for three things :
For her superior Intellect-a love serious
but rare ; for her beauty a love vulgar ana
brief; lor the qualities ol ber heart a love
lasting but monotor.
It I an understood thing that whatever
character Casar himself may bear, there
must be no possibility of suspicion with
regard to Caesar's wire. .
But blame us women not, If some appear
Too cold at times, and some too gay and light ;
Soro grief gnaw deep, some woe ar hard to
Who kaowa the past! and who can Jndge n
Pm.Mrare made a treat mistake when
it put hearts into girls hearts alwaya ready
to love and admire, anu 10 oe grawiui auu
happy with a word, with a nothing. Miss
When 1 have seen fine eyes, a beautiful
complexion, grace and symmetry lu woman
t i...a rr.n.r.llv thniiL'ht them amazingly
well-formed and extremely philosophical.
To have what's best or na denied.
The needs God gave ns disallowed,
TIU death comes plteonsly to hide
Onr unklssed faces la the shroud.
This Is to b. a woman.
When women are the advisers, the lords
of creation don't take the advice till they
h.T nenuaded themselves that It la just
what they bad intended to do ; then they
art upon it, and II it succeeus mey give iue
weaker vessel hair the credit oi it; u it
rails they generally give her the whole.
Louisa M. AleotL
Women, so sublime In their devotion,
are seldom capable of the continued firm
ness of mind the imperturbability requis
ite for a dishonorable plan. Their politics
are in their heart, passions tiencb so close
ly on their reason. They certainly possess
the qualities to govern, and should have
When women begin to r-el youth and, their
Slip from them, they count It a aort of duty
Tn i.t nnthi.a- else allD away unsecured.
Which these, while they lasted, might one
have procured. uw.n jaerouiw
It is so stiange ! We see a million faces,
we hear a million voices, we meet a million
women with flowers In their breasU, and
light tn their fair eyes, and they uo noi
touch us. Then we see one, and she holds
for us life or death, and plays with them
Idly so olten as Idly as a child with toys,
sh. i. nnt nobler, better, or more beautiful
than were all those we passed, and yet the
world Is empty without her.
A TENNESSEE ROMANCE.
nek- Saaaaw aa .Wfctra af Lara Fa.
fiaih write: Aato the Vanderbllt daugh
ters, they are eblld-beariog womea. They
.in not Ketone- to the race or cheap-retall-
BMrefeaBt-betotteB womea la our Usae.wno
think that one child is mora maa, nvvsja
..! tha rather su to bear lb Tbey brtag
their children Into the world timely aad
frequently, and consequently the vasmar
i.m hnnta ta not like that of Chusalawlt
bouse, full of meanness and treason and
backbiting. William, the great sire oi an,
a, nnt reallT know how many grandchil
dren he ha. When he drive hie horse
oat on the road, and Is rallied ou that ques
tion at times by bis compeers, he tries from
mere good nature to sum up bis grandchil
dren, and finally saya:
..I re.llT dont know how many I have. I
know the mothers am all doing well, and
the Tatbers have a new grin on tnair moea
ver limn I are them."
What a happy (amity this Is! Wealth
doea not terlmp them. Iacosae doe aot
ton it. outcome. It oreaervas tha two
r..t !.- af Inereaae and maltiDUeatioa.
,- a .. ...-
Mr. Shepherd, wno mameu use uiu-e
.i.nrhtar. la a oueer character. He ia now
finishing a building on Filth Avenua occu
pying a part or the old KUlgers ibwuh
block, which baa for IU signs the State De
posit bank, the Rutgers bank, the Bank of
banks. We all atop anil reaa mat uat .
eral times and ask what the Bank of bank
I. TheirUadsorthe Vanderbllt family
smile and say : "That Is one of Shepherd'
The next daughter Is Mr. Sloaae. 31oaa
is the leading carpet man In New Yorit. He
construete articles on which maaklnd ad
womankind walk. That rather gtv- him
black eye In the superstition ol Sew York
.. nn. at tha Vanderbllt family. It ha
could only make ceilings, on which people
could not walk. It might be dlfarant, but
strange from such a very rich parson. So,
on the whole, the Sloana element of the
v.n.t.ri.ilt r.mllT la a little looked down
upon, particularly by the William n.. eie
m.nt At the same time the Sloaaea rank
very high in the. mercantile world. Tho
magnificent building or tne sioaaa is-u.j,
on upper Broadway, bardly has IU match
In the world for a store of any kind, and aa
a carpet store It is beyond comparison.
The third daughter Is Mrs. Twombley.
Twombly was in the paper-making buiineas
in Massachusetts, and was not worm .,
mo -,k.n ha married one of William Van
derbllt' daughter; but he waa a gentle
man. The Vandemuis sy mey uw u ..-
-.. -,nn. aa a nullification tO COBU UtO
their family, but they do demand respecta
bility, good nature, good manners ana gw
reeling. It is to me goou creun u. .
Ham Vanderbllt and his wife that they re
gard their own fortune aa amply sumewns
for their posterity, ouiiuey win uu. -.,.
adventurers, vulgarians or cold-heated peo
ple ot the world to marry ineir cnuureu.
The nearest aproach to a worldly person
who has come Into that lamlly Is Mr. Wil
liam K., who gave the great hail tne oiner
night. The old folks say nothing about her
operation, but her father-in-law went to
that ball tn a plain black suit. From what
t t-v nn ha does not think much of
fancy dress balls ; but he cannot control hi
sons in everything, raucn ies u..uu-..-
-!., Tan-din VII BOStOn TOUOg
man who struck th heart ol Vanderbllt'
daughter, and when the folks were saw.
lied that be waa a true-hearted young man.
tbey asked no further questions When be
entered the ramliy mey aei auuu. ,-
him large and creditable occupation at
once. . . ,
I hear that tn tbo Vanderbllt nousenoiu
the sons, the daughters, the sons-in-law and
daughters-in-law all stand on the same foot
hold respected, belovea anu giveuau ci
chance by the fine old Knickerbocker who
Is so much richer than any oi mem. -
Ham's fortune Is at least waw,ooo,ww. rB
has 960,000.000 in government bonds. He
told some of his friends four years ago that
his Income wa 910,000,000 a year. He ha
n...r i..pn beaten bv anv stock operator,
and ha made every one of them that tack
led him squeal. So I would not be sur
prised ir he had an Income or 9J0,O9O,O0O a
year, which is about equal to the capital of
any of his competitors.
a TV iille.. Een.. or Topeka. who first
brought tbo English sparrow to Kansas,
and who Is known as the champion of that
bird, writes us a letter controverting state
ments embodied lu an editorial lately pub
n.h..i in thl niner. Mr. GHes declares
thst the sparrow Is an mseciivoroua uiru,
.1... it .ioa not fla-ht other birds : that It
does not eat Iruit; and that, Instead of be
Ing a pest, It Is useful, and deserves to ba
now does It come, then, that In New York,
In Philadelphia, in Louisville, and In all
other cities where the sparrow, at nrss ea
gerly welcomed, has multiplied, there Is
now sueh a'loud and general outcry against
hi-,. How tnea It haoDcn that la the
country surrounding these cities me lano
era generally regard the spsrrow as a pest,
and are calling rorhlsextermlnatlon? How
..... I, h.nnen that 'n all the cttlCS Wber
sparrow have multiplied, the universal tes
timony I tht be hs driven away the sing
in. hint, hv hi. nnarrelsome bablU?
Mr. Giles saya there is ao .complaint
against the sparrows except by bird-haters.
This Is sheer nonsense, we never anew a
bird-hater In our life, and doubt H air.
Giles ever did. We not only do not nste,
but we have a positive delight in seeing
birds, and listening to thvlr songs. We
would not harm one on any account But
ir it ts true, aa tbo eastern people generally
allege, that the sparrow drives away all
Waist af good teaae I the worst of per-
When taw cap Is fall carry It even.
Adaaa thought that Eve waa just a little
Virtue naaaeeBy preacher but few saar-
A ta-tw-awHIac abop Is kaowa aa a sot
gaaa msaufae tas-y.
Orer oae-harf of tho city of Heetea la
built oa "asade grauad."
Oaa of tha RoUaehlld owns 580,G$0 for
every poaad he weighs.
Pretty woasea are ilka sovereigns ; one
flatters them oaly through Interest.
UyomdeeiratobeheidwUe, beao wisa
aa to hold your tongue. Swift.
A Boston saaa haa carried one leather
pocket-book for ol years, aad stilt uses lb
Natural philaeopay Eating when you're
hungry. PnittJelpii Clrtnule.
Of alt free, lasaitutiea, the freo lunch ia
the dearest to the CoaamuaUb
A little hoy w ho told a Ue
Aa Uttl boy oft wilt
When put to bed becaa to cry.
TIU told k shonld U (till.
It iaaa-Trorthaaoorman to tell bow
every dollar of Ue rick man's money e-ould
Ufa aaarrlaare h waa dear and be waa
h.r traaaara hat after she became dearer
5u ho treaaarar, aa) ye tbey are not hap
The foundation of very good government
I Ue family. The beat aad most prosper-
on country ta that wnicn nas me greau
number of happy fireside.
A Georgia farmer found that his land
aanbl aa Innrar bear rood CIOD ol corn
and cotton, aad ha planted tweaty-flve aerea
wtu pear tree, xu prsuia wc .w
A baaatUal maid ia Carlisle,
Oa the back or her aeek had a Male,
Whoa her lover torgot.
Aad haa ad tha aora soot.
Her enaaa eould b heard for a mist I
Tuara era mvtoabtedlT a eTat many
thlaga which am better than rich; but
richea are good enough for Uoae of u who
feel humble aad wish to leave somaUlag
for other people.
Maav a aoleadtd cealus waa the despair
of a good Batter when young. But all of a
sudden ba awoke and went into acuoa uo
a soldier Into battle, aad made a name Uat
will live forever.
It la meat certain that ail ill toaguea
ranl.l ba all.nt If 111 eara were not open :
and hence it waa an opposite saying of the
ancleate that tha taller aad hearer ot slan
der should boU be hanged Ue one by Uo
tongue and Ua ouer by toe ear.
An old eaunla was walklne down street
Ue otter day reading signs, when Uey ran
across one wnicn me oiu man reau iuu..
.Unhneaa'a Shirt Htora ' "Well. I de
clare I" exclaimed Ue old lady, "I wonder
how he tore It !-' kotomo lYiount,
The education of the moral nature of
man Is not only necessary, but It Is the
grand necessity, u ue lnuueci ruu iu
waste wtttout education, much more the
moral nature, which, like Ue earth with
out cultivation, will only yield thorns and
A doctor man while walking dewn
A highway la hla natlv town,
Looked o'er a fence, and then beyond,;
Observed nn. dock apon a pond.
He a-ld awhile, then Urned hi back,
Whea oa old drake remarked : "Quack,
Thea turns h quick with flashing eje,
And yelled: Voo lie, you dead, you lie."
Johnaon certalaly was a very gruff
old fellow. While he was talking
very learnedly one or Ue company laugh
ed. Thoroughly indignant Johnson turn
ed on him and said: "What provokes
your risibility, sir? Have I said anything
Uat you can understand T If 1 have I ask
pardon from tha rest or the company."
a Vni-a rm i tha Waita Paiier Basket of
Punch Cynical and Waggish Friend (to
Editor) : "1 suppose you often get good
things sent you?';
Editor (incautiously; : -occasional. j.
Cyaical Wag: Ah I but they never ap
Editor: "So disappointed contributors
always tell me." Exit separately.
He waa young, ho was fair, aad he part
ed hla hair, like the average beao, in Ue
middle; he was proud, he waa bold, bub
Ue truth must be low, ne piayeu iiae a
fiend on the fiddle. Barring bis voice, be
was everything nice, anu nis nears wa o
. ,-. ..... h If .wen;!
loving ana tuuer, .. u !.) - allege, inaiiue sparrum uu.. -.-,
pale when be trod on the tail or Ue cat ly- tDrng birds and does not eat Insects, we
... .I... i.w th. r.mler. He clerked In a . . ... ..nnt.' avalnst the snarrow.
lug Mun m; - .- HU.WUGi..u -a
.ton., ami the wav Uat he tore off calico, ,.ot .lno-himself : he Is not a pretty
. .. ... hn ahaetlB.-- would havel..., . ir k. I. no.aarii1. and doeaOOaT-
uiru, buuu u -.-., .
ret with singing and userai uiru, .
who ought to know allege, we hope Uat a
war of extermination wul be waged on blm
and all bis brood. CAaasyto.
;DR. W. L. DOYLE,
DarruT. C4aoe over aurn . 8oa' drag
tor, Ciaauna-a Blook, WlchlU 1-
gMMi aide Dougu aveaae.aear aha
kaHssr. Ttaaasaat fctaMlaor aasaasaf-asi
. . . . t ' 1- -j IU
am aabteet to. r- taa asaa sea aaa-.t,
t . - --
ia, Graaa saiTeri aw.eaaii
Wsi Xl-Js4lMriBm--aay. Job h.
Brie aad'. VJala, Wslaasasy. ; Job
t, -- - -I'l. i- ;:-' ?
r, Ohe a-dWlam.
J -- - -w - -'--'' - ' eievew eeatsper pouna on raw wooi waicas
TTTlTrr- s-J-S-Ha-K HO43a3 aHTAitrXailSQ Hi Meaiaaid'ofUe wool-grower. It takes
For PtMie and rritmU Stem mU kind. four pbaada of raw materiU to make one
-..... .ri., , Hi .h n,r..,,imr ia-A.hede'ath. Yet we bnroar
tcwr r;ui-ritwu i-rvv,... 'VT7 ,. .v. ..,..- .k.--u
rieeaadcaMiij4T.Mape W?3.S2E ZZZTIJT ' -.CS5I
f tha State. -s ' 'J ' st siJiai'
FKHENG TACD-t, R ABM At J. gOOCt, C-M-J-tt AKD IWM
year of fine wool about Seo8e,9pead,
ttvnalai-as-aaajt, MW X
rur waautH-TH WMHaEMT.
ierlU.-.iLL,v la ta be recoasmsaced oa
the Washington monument at tha National
nit. t it i. now 240 feet high. Whea
1 coveted Jlt.iwiU have !:' B last
of stoae, and 6Bfeetorgiaaa,aawi,is
I. Ihon.ht axeaad IB height tta hlahSt
l iw-eutr ever reared by tha ha-da-maat.
The Strasburg cathedral lowara u uw
. . . .. .. .j ue Patar'a at lain
48f tV api WtaaAsaral k Calagwa
rises to fill feet, aad saa, sissn,.i w
i. .. batis feat hteh when it waa
Vllaiw - m --
first btdlt." HaM'itas-sawatawh, aa
is expected, the WaMa-aia ;a
n-.4 i. na-Ae.-iak.t na teamsat
poiat wiM be eniaaBiethlch-rJ
than aay attar aruaeisi ana--j---
aa-aatloa of ta BtmWJtoid yw
j, , .
WHaeaa: e, aaaaw!aj-
a hatr aeesaat aa.
URfiEST CLtCKINTNE WIRLD.
Th. dial, of Ua English Parliament
clock are twenty-two feet In diameter, and
Ue largest clock la Ue world with the
minute hand. Every nsif minute, m
noint nrtha minute hand moves nearly
seven Inches. Tha clock will go eight ami
a half days, aad struta omy r tb auu
. h.ir an a. to Indicate bv IU silenes aay
neglect ia winding It np. The nsere wind
ing or each of the striking paru wiu use
two hours. Tha pendulum Is fifteen feet
long ; Ue wheels are of east Iron ; the hour
bell Is eight feet high aad nine net in
diameter, weighing from fourteen to -Ween
tea. The weight ot tha haaamer is four
THC M WVSRCE.
Th divarea eaaa af Fair ra. fair, at Vir
ginia City, Merada, which haa attracted so
much attsa-aa tareagboat tha couatry,
. aurf oa HattardBT last, tiaera-
qoeat of lrterastsl parti, tha hearing of
evidence waa private, aad a report waa
give to tha papers, fjamn aaau
ak-. aa. asaa tat laaa -SSSMStlir
the eaaa was deeUad, tha defoaee havtag
filed M aaawer to taa umspiaiab jsrs.
Fair waa awaa-sd, t-W.W la cash aad
United matoa'bMrfa, beside tha Csmiiy
reatdMaa to Baa Tra-eiaeo. In addttloa
to this; -to was altwad tha aaatody af tha
LAWmi mm mm
..i .a a. Sa . am m i la atr ,
jean and brown sheeting, would have
tickled a calf, and made tne orate uugu iu
tha faca or a Quarterly meeting. He cut
quite a dash with a darling mustache,
which be learned to auore anu w cueruu,
for one girl had said, while she dropped
her proud head, Uat 'twould' kill ber to
Me Ue thing perish. On Sundays he'd
aaan-h tha atralght road to church, unheed
ing Ue voice or the scorner ; and demurely
he eat, like a young uuny cai, wiui ue
sainta in Ue amen corner. He sang like a
bird, and his sweet voice was heard fairly
tugging away at. long metre ; ana wespeaa
hntthe truth' when we say Uat this youth
could outehlne a huagry mosquito.
She waa young, ahe waa nir, aaa saa
a ambled her hair like Ue average belle
of the city ; (be was proud, bat aot bold.
yes, the truth must be low, lae way aa
chewed wax was a pity. Barrieg thle vice,
aha waa everything nice, aad tho world ad
atlred her bustle; aad tha Fayettevllle
boys, being calmed by Ue noise, walked
mites to bear It rustle. She cut quite a
swell, did this wax-chewing belle, and men
aaeked In crowds to meet her ; but she
gave Uem the shirk, for she loved Ua
yoaag clerk who sang nae a nungry me
ml: So she hemmed and she hawed, aad
aha ala-hed and she "chawed," until ber
heart aad ber jaws were uroaea ; tuea sae
walked bv the stare, when he stood at tha
door awattlag aoasc tevlag token. She
raised ap her eyaa arna a -men: aurpnee,
aad tried to enact the scorner. bub to la
the tratb, aba grianed at tbayoathwho
laved the aawa corner. -
le- wiat..alial, What came topaaawaa
soft aad sweet and peoeiow ; tkey wooed,
they cooed; aa u-M, aaa eaeweu ,
how they loved, good graclon I They had
to part; ha raae to, start; bar grief aaaaai
ha painted; these are tha lacts the swal
lowed bar wax, thea eereaated, thea chok
ed, than slated. Bar pa appeared; her
heaa, auite aearae. rasaeii et so get mas
w.r'r tka walehdaar aaiad Ua teader
. . . .. -. ... i
tale H aaa, saa saajaar
warn -red at tha Tiisfsltraspa araaa.Ca-.
-!- . - -- - r.--'.- -
"Eloquent I" said the Chicago lawyer of
his partner. "He's able to reason Ua kick
out ol a mule. Why, here a while ago bu
siness was dull, and be decided that Mrs.
n..h.r nneht to have a divorce, and he'd
go into court and get It for her, aad than
.h.. her for lb Somehow aba beard
what waa going on.. She galloped down to
the' court bouse to stop blm, aa aha didn't
want a divorce. She got uere jaw. aa aw
.. -takinvhlanleaforher. And mind
.na .ha waa mad at him. bub by Jove, sir,
she listened to him five mi-utee aad be
came ao convinced that she ought to Dave a
divorce, that she walked right ap where
the jury could see ber and abed three plate
of tears while he recited her wroaga. Aad
whea ha woa the ease she embraced hka
aad aald ha should conduct all ber divorce
caw. I ceil mat eloqaeaee."
Tha hlltheaaraa bloeeoan Who doe the
-.in.l ..-ila-fnrtha Wichita KaOB
i.h - a
ia referring to an Item la the 0ss-tt
concerning railroads, bespatters iia reaucr.
fa tha fniinwiRc- uanion :
"There is no barm la Intimating a poiat
Uat might come wltbia Ue co-vreaewe-nr
a-.a tha ererarn ToDekaa. and that ia :
when the SaaU Fe shall have absorbed, ab-
iata!. tha AtlaBtla av raciacraiireaa sau
tha 'Frisco system entire, tha eeatrai axle
of the eoasoUdatioa will" be WlaUta;to
which point the genera, oacea aow tw
porarily loeated at Topeka-wlH ha staved,
per force of the ceatraHaiag eaacamitaate
mmA nnasmnrrlsl eavlreaaMate of all tha
laiaaaeee Involved.. The lea;
laa aaaaUt III M UtefatV
by the priaclpa- of tha augmented aataU-
, la eligible sea-rua- iwnapi.s a-.
Mat to thia city, Past tare, haath-
Tls a good thing som.Umes to be alone.
Sit calmly down and look 8ir la th faca,
Ransack the heart, search ev.ry secret plac. I
Prayful eproot th ban.ral Md then town.
l'Inek eat the weed ere ue ran crop i. grown.
Gird out tn loia rrsu io run me race,
v. all aahla thnurhu. eaat out th baa.
Throat forth the bad aad make th good thin
Whn haa fhl ennraae thus to look within.
ifaa- falthml trateh and ward with Inner eyes.
The foe may haras, hot can ne'er surprise
Or over him igaoDi conquest win,
O! doubt It aotir thou wouldit wear a crown.
Self, be Self, must ant b trampled down,
I do not believe that boy can be Induced
tn annlr themielve. with vlror. and. what
I so much more dt cult, perseverance, to
dry aad irksome studies, by the solo force
of persuasion and soft words. Much must
be done and much must be learnt by chil
dren, for which discipline ana Known lia
bility to punishment are Indlspenssblo as
means, it is, no uouoi, a very lauuauis .
fort In raodarn teaching, to render as much
a possible of what Ue young are required
to learn easy and interesting to them. But
when UU prlaelple la pushed to tne icagin
of aot requlriag them to learn anything
but what has been asade eaty aad Interest
ing, oa of the chir object ol education
le terle-oi Stuart Mill.
ONE ff THE WAITER FAMILY.
"I Aa not aaa aa v Deeullaritv about VOUT
people," aald an eastern judge addressing
bis traveling companion, a well-known, Ar
kanaaa lawyer. "I have traveled quite ex-
teaalvely la tha State, aad l have not, aa
yet, louad Uat eccentricity oi action and
prevarication of reply that baa often amus
ed ate la the aewepapert."
"Yon have doaa, saost of your traveling
by rail," the lawyer replied. "This 1 your
rst trip away irom tne mam roaus. in
bow von soase of our genuine native.
Yonder is a house. Call the landlord, aad
bold a conversation with him."
"Hello 1" called the Judge.
"Coealn I" the aa replied, dsposltlDj. a
child ia tha doorway aad advancing.
"Haw'a all tha folks V
rhUran'. haartT ; wlfe'a not WelL
Ala't what you might call bed-elek, but Jest
"uot aaythlBg to eat In Ue bouse ?"
"EI I bad it aaywhar, I'd have It in Ua
"How loag have yoa been llvlag here T"
"Haw ataay yearar'
"Bcaa here ever alaca my oldest boy waa
"What year wia he bomr'
"Tha year I eaaae beta."
"Mow old la yeur.beyr'
HTJ ha hd IIed. would haTe beaa
tteeedeetyit; bat aa be died, Jim's Ua
IWeratosaaaaa.att-aaaswaat saw. . i.iieHer
ataa, . nasasaaaag, . .an . wwb,, , w-.
- awm"-... , .."' -- ma
,T-r,ssms, wmm.atJ.ZVmamitamfi,,!''.' ,
. jn. iiBBBBBinaBBtHaa.. . -
mmwmmmww wJ " - - -- t , .T . ..-. -. - -? -T.a....
wk;OT-m.-,i . i ttt-- .. . a ' r:- 3,.-.- .!;. ii-.- --
i-ifrr ifasMr -I.T,-' -i ,"Tiir 'rf-?mmWfir . 'm'" - - iimfwmi'f(mr
Ujmti -ha gave tha girl aba sattsaa.
Hw tefld'vwrts mitt WH&f tttt Wftkl
M Rla '- - ti '
.- - llii'-l-R-r "i-il L1L'- --"-----
- - a---W--aW-l-li-aWm-.u'j-a.fc
f--s-sf- .t II..., ,-r-r--
"Ha slat a aid a tha aaa Uat died."
"Wan, bawotdwta the oaa that died f
"What da yo da rar a Mvlagr"
- i r
; Mees taia)de are aavarraa-aa their
jn its nlliaa fthatra.
ara pare, tha operetta- af too tomer ia aa
aa naaataa w aaaaa aa-
tha wet-eta-tat. ara sMha
Ma- -araitH aaaeas-tyt
wrow. ). " - tu-
a pa-nafr - -
"Maw da yaa gat aaythwg to eatr
"Tha beet way we kla."
"Maw da yaa spend year 8aadaysrr
"Llkatta week days."
"Ia sC -aa- -aiihlsr Tarlar "
"Ma, sir; diaatatssy ilsaghtsr yaader.e
"la aha a raaaalT af yaarar
. ta'ta yaar wWt, I ta sss."
: "Baw dayaa atskaahst aatr .
"Baw tor is M to Oa neat heaaar' . s .
" "H aaaM.thaaa; mUaa.hat ihaaa-irw
-T-aaa-aaBh.? sMMm. -aa ---i
iiiiiliaism Htiia aa T aMa Iha
aai.BB) bib w 'w-wan j .