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MISS H. R. HUDSON.
The is lying fast asleep, '
. In hor Rundny cop and gown;,
Cells are tolling loud ami deep
In tho town. '
Hrtrmy field and sunny wood
Are go qniot mid 80 fair,
That the bells seem almost rnde, '
! " Echoing there.
Overhead is naught but blue;
And so still Hint Jem and I
Wonder if it in Sunday, too, .
Iu the sky.
Circled near us, hushed and bowed,
Hearing prnyor, the neighlmrsstnml,
Jem and I creep through the crowd,
Hand iu hand;
And we hear the pastor say,
With raised eyes and earnest face,
"Death, like sunshine, floods our ways
With God's grace."
Grandma does not hear or stir,
Only lies thoro with a smile;
Nothing seems to trouble her
. For the while.
He! gray lmir is smoothed away
Underneath her cap's starched band,
And ifho holds a white boquet
' In her hand.
After song and prayer are done,
She is shut from warmth aud light,
Carried forth through shade aud Run,
' Ont of sight.
Jem and I would follow her,
i,!But the pastor, teuderly
Lifts us, while the bells yet Btir,
To his knee;
Comforts ns with words of oheer:
"Little ones, yon must not cry;,
You can go to her from here,
If you try.
And Jem whispers very low,
As tho pastor turns away,
"Did he say that wo might go
J" Aiiy toyf i
Well you see the road tlioy took
""Heaven is pretty near I know;
Get your hat from off the hook,
And well go."
Maine Worse than Indiana Ever Was.
rortlMd Correspondence of the Hoaton Journal.
In fact our divorce laws actually en
conrago a dissolution of tho marriage
contract, and, as a result, the nunilier
of divorces is annually increasing, while
BOorea of lawyers find the business of
getting parties divorced a proliuibleono.
One lawyer is reported to have said that
his practice would , not bo worth a
picayune were it not for, liis divorce
Of the 487 divorces granted lust year,
238 were for destitution, ' 82 for adultery
79 for cruelty, 5,"i for drunkenness and
88 for cither causes, snub, its neglect to
provide, incompatibility of tamper, Ac.
One divorce to which our attention was
called at the time was decreed iu n
certain County for about as absurd and
trivial a reason as one could possibly
conoeivo, and yet, because one liked
"biled vittles" and the other didn't,
there was a want of harmony between
the two which was a sufficient cause
for the marriage relations to lie legally
severed; ' : . . ; . :
The Great Strike.
i The stagnation of trade iu Wales,
owing to the lock-out of laborers in the
coal aud iron works, seems to ba much
greater than any of which complaints
have been made iu this country. Ky
laud's Trado Circular mentions dozens
of iron works iu Wales where work
is wholly suspended. Ono employed
11,000 hands another 12,000 liands. The
iron works havo suspended operations
for want of coal, not for want of orders
so that the "lock-out" of laborers in the
collieries is the initial causo of the stag
nation. ' The effects ' nro wido-sproad.
The tracks of the railway companies are
crowded with empty cars and trucks,aud
the employes of the railway companies
are ibeiug discluirged or employed in
miscellaneous work to ' retain them in
the service; locomotives are laid up in
the sheds, and the wages of workmen
depending on the custom of the iron
workers and colliers are lieiiig reduced:
"in Liverpool acres of ships, which in
ordinary times would lie sent to South
Wales port to be loaded With coal, are
aid to be laid up in tho docks," and
me worse oi it is, that there is no pros
pect as yet of a resumption of work.
The Black Hills Gold Excitement.
The wild gold reports from the" Black
Hills continue with each returning mail,
but come . ohieiiy through - Chicago
sources, the latest a Sioujt City telegram
to the I iiter-Ocean of theOordon expe
dition, giving extracts from a letter of
Mr. Whitney of the party. This gen
tleman is not endorsed by any reliable
persons as yet, although the Inter-Ocean
says that he was formerly the proprietor
of the Madison House, and that i his
stalmnents are not questioned tlioro,
wuere lie is well ana luvorubly known.
Tho letter dated February 1, Curtiss
1'emK, liiacK tuus, says:
"I tliink I have struck the country
that I have been hunting .to make my
fortune iu. It is a spleudid country,
aud there is no doubt but there are mil
lions of gold here. There is oidy ono
drawback this winterer-cold weather and
deep snow iu the gulches. The south
side of the Hills is bare,' and our cattle
live and keep fut; but it is bad about
prospecting. Htill some of the boys are
working and making fair wages, i Close
to our stockado is a place where no
miner would think of looking for gold,
but we sunk a holo and struck it: 1'hcre
is no doubt in my mind that na soon as
tho snow goes off in tho spring, . so that
we can get intOitho mountains we will
strike the biggest kind. I am telling
you what niy opinion is. I don't wont
to create excitement in Bioux City or
anywhere else, bat if I were a young
man I should emigrato to the Clack
Hills the first chauue I had to ooine
through." . . i .... .
Mr. Whitney has also 'written to his
wife in Chicago a follows:
"We find the Rloek Hills all that has
bean represented mountains of quarts,
plumbago, and irn. i OoUt we rlud in
every pan that has been taken ont. It
is my opinion ihat it is as riiih as it ever
m in California."
Tunneling the Hudson.
! While East IKvur is to lie blidgod be
leeu Now York and 1 Brooklyn, the
Hudson i" to ha.rn a tunnel, the purpose
Wing to construct a tunnel from Jersey
avenue, Jersey City, under Fifteenth
street to the Hirer, then under the Itiv
er bed to the foot of Christopher street,
Now York, and thence to its projected
eastern terminus at liroadway and
Tenth street The work is to be done
under the supervision of two Companies!
one in New York with capital of;
,i"ju,uvu, ana another in Kcw Jersey
with a capital of X'),(XX),000, making a
torni capital of IU,UO0,(HK), .
The tunnel is to be '11 feet high and
21 feet wide, inside measurement. At
the water's edge, on the Jersey shore, it
is to be about 35 feet below tho snrfnee.
and at the point where it will strike the
ew iork city shore line it will bo 45
feet below. When it shall have been
finished it is to lie tltted up with double
htojkji, anu train will be run over tliein
at regular intervals for the accommoda
tion of passengers. Flat cars are to be
provided for the transportation of horses
and wagous and other vehicles, and
much of the freight from tho groat Rail
way Companies who own the shore
front Will be transnorted thromrh it.
Its wall is to be of brick, and will be
iuree teei in tnicKucss.
St. Vincent Restaurant
On the European Plan.
Keep constantly on hand
The Beet the Market Afforde.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES, GAME, &c.
LODGING AKD MEALS AT ALL IIOURS.
101 SUMIT STREET, TOLEDO. O.
J. J. CANNEFF,
"" . t ' d '' ';' t-'' . ,
Steel Stamps, Burning Brands,
BAGGAGE CHECKS, CANCELING
STAMPS, STENCIL STOCK, Ac.
240 Summit St, Toledo, O.
Orders Received tv the Journal Office, Fremont
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
For the EVt and a Bargain cal! on '
, CHHISTIA, ,.,
,f omer nt
(Up the Stcpi.) . t
SILK AND KEHSKY HATS.
Old wea uad up la the latest (tjlea, Riotlilrf, &.
I e atlavtjon carantecd. prlca lower tlau
ESTABLISHED IN 1853. ' '
ICE CREAM ROOMS,
Wholesale &si toil -Confectioners-F.
GRAD0LPH & BROTHER,
a SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO.
TartlfP Tiiititiithe fMmoiiB"ComCily"will
here flnU the ttest of accommodation, the choicest
Hrticlie and the mott reaeonahle terms in the city.
In confectionary good, dry fruirj Ac., nu house
.au artord a huer axaortnieut, Call to be couviuoed
- ' -
T. P. BROWK'S ADDITION, TOLEDO
" EASY PAYMENTS
DESIRABLE LOCATION, '..
ON LINE STREEf CARS.
Daring tbc next lew days, I ahall make .
To prfrtlea deairtap to make a good Investment,
t all on or addreea T. F.RHWK,
alerckauta' National Bank IlulldinK, Toledo, O
The Most Complete Machine in the World!
It has but few parts and is always roady to work.
There are no holes to thread either above or In the
imuiue. It is porrecuy safe ft acckientljr turned
buck ward, lim Hghtnpss and tafj running &wi
meud It to to the utout Ulicate. It Is subAUuitially
coiislrucled, adjOstc-d on steel centers, and thereby
avoids frlellon. It makes the least noiae: haa .--
ttlug needles; uever skips stltchm uur breaks
the thread. Is th most vaill? learned. Can be
instantly adjusted, and works from &HtoNu,10
LIVE AGENTS WANTED forfREMONT DISTRICT.
OflV-.t and Show Room,
Madlaon Street, tUoud; Uonaa Block), ToledVt.
K.U. IlAHBIl" WTOfT, nmfw
2. :rrrr1 zl
J. II WEItUlVI,
.0.00,1 iSatCXto j5LGfG3CL"t,
Room 4, Merchants' National Bank Building, cor. Monroe & Summit Sts.,
A choice lilt nt) Cnrtlrnf DiW and (1 ilj.ua
A lot nar thecemcrol Mtmr and Hum-roll
itilhin Ihr ncrt JO liniro.
ravrnu cnnufi ii in rrannun A-cnue aililltlon
n.ifi is all TAHTSOl'-THK CITY KOll NALK OH EXCli AMJE.
10,000 acrea of Iowa Ijinil. Wrltefor parllcolara.
' rant Ioih in Ilea Molnea City, Iowa. Will ntchan(re for realdcncea In Toledo.
io aorea In Miullaon Comity, Iowa. Will exchange fur cily proiierty.
J aire in Ja-pT;oimly,lowi. Will eactiange lor houae and lot la To'rilo.
M00 acrea of r kmI land In Mlchlean part tliniicr.
conr 4) (food farm In WlllWma Conntr. Ohio.
holre aero pripertj near l oledo-a fond bari-ain.
Uwel.inK" in dill-rent parta of tiic city fur Sale or rent.
rT, . A "F brl,'lt ",1,le"'1 in f""rt o' "e city, in roomt, all the modern contenitnea. (ultab'.e
forafrat-claaatioardiiiftbaiipe. t"0l per annum. ru'wAu.
, land tmineae carefully attended to for
aujuLj i .j i
Do not fall to caM eo
Watchmaier ani :
1 (Twoooora aotitn of Adama itreet.)
ALL GRADES OK WATCHES,
EVERY MODERN MAKE OF CLOCKS,
MAGNIFICENT DESIGNS IN LOW PRICE3,
AND FINE JEWELRY.
Diamond fttape and Pine mail to order, in the 1atitr. Pnr!a M.lv.arn.Li.ru. w ,
one oi Ue beat wa; hmakere in the United Hutea.
Manufacturing and Repairing a Specialty.
All work Mitraated to me will receive lie moat careful attention.
Music Boxes, French Clocks, Watches, Rings, Seals, Ac, repaired
promptly at the most reduced prices.
Oae Price Lsviaikn Soulle CSgtM&g Stcre !
160 and 171 Summit nt., Toledo O.
The Cheapest House in the
Men'a Bamneaa Suite fromtC.Mto t.-L Ilearr Overooata from tu no to t'.l. Rn.a. ntt. . n ma
Boy' Overcoat, H.T.M 17. ClilWreK'a Suite, ta.60
atoclt of OBNT8 PURIISHINO OOOD8 Id Lhe . itv-lia nr 'cert
lower Uian excint lv fnrni'hlnff s-'wda none". We
1A oo.ena lur Marciiaut Tailoring. . a-
tr Give na a call and we will aetonisb yoa. Ton may aar iumtnael; by porcba"Ug at "
169 and 171 Summit tit., Toledo, O.
4 t f - r
ii k. .. L .
AVTJm A TQI'
$10, 812, 814,
10, $13, $16.
811, $15, Ib,
81G.50, 830, 5f23
822, 24, 82C,
$3, 84, 80.
88, 810, 811,
Many of the above Goods are at and
tlirmio-h tlm KflAnn. Wfl hnvn man v
marked at Cost, and those deairing to buy
EAGLE 103 SUMIT STREET, TOLEDO.
Qtrnnfa ftl diu tn MM .
H(rHrt, hhtiMi. Thl Kill be fold tot I:, too . tckn
Don - reiidcnta,
jr. n. wbbum.
W'XJ Si J
West for Winter Clothing I
to 110. We luve Hie larir.., a'nrf m...t
can .'.wava Uow a Hue assortment of fmi.nn.j
Fonuor Price, $5, So.CO, 810
" 813, S14, 818
Formor Prion, 811, 81C, 820
" 14, 818.50 $22 i
Former PnVo, 820, $24, 830
" " 827, 8.'J0, 32
ro.mf-r Triw, 84 85, 87.50
" " 810' 812, 815
below Cost, and tliene Prices will continue
fnlil CoatA and Knitt. which liave lwwn
at low juice should improve this oppor-1
R.H. TYMPANY, K D.,
PEornieko r Tnl
OFFICE IN MTEK8' BLOCK,
(br. Monroe tt Enmmit Bu., Toledo, 0.
The Proprlttorof the above Hoapital la one of the
oineat I'raeiitiunera on we aiawnee mver,
having reald-'d kn Toleao av.r to yeara.
C'l'roi all rrtrate and Chronic Uueaaaa.
Ibteflecta of Helf-Abuee Penutt-
nently Cnred. Write, or call
and be aatiaaed. 4Tyl
139 Sumnlt Street (Carnar Maditon St.) Tolaoo.)
DRUCS AND CHEMICALS!
Uneurpwwd fur gutngUi tiA Purity.:
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN PERFUMESI
Withalargaaaaortineiit of Fancy ToiletArtlelei
Kverj kind of
In th Market, WLelcaale aud Ketkil. TTuae,.c
CIOARK t Imported
aad Natl re Leaf tin
Jin eat Brandl manoiaclared.
jrJ3 rartlea ha-lnarbnelneaa lnToleda wiD final
amply rcpaj them U they call at
il TOLEDO: ' J
J. L. CALDWELL,
CO VNSELOJR AT LA W,
ROOM 6, FORT INDUSTRY BLOCK, ,
40 .Sum n U Afreet, Toledo, Oltlo. ,
conduct m1 In State aud
(On tho Maumve.)
A PRACTICAL SCHOOL
For Training Young Men and Boys
ACTIVE BUSINESS ; MEN
In everytMof that pertains to the busluess riallUes
V( ntllJUtt AliUa
In th State, and the only nnenrovlcuca' "
SKimlluii. for W urUiy Urwlualn. '
ONB THOUSAND DOLLARS to any Schoul thai
will present a bettar .j-U-m ot Uu.!noaa Trains
Baauieaa 'alcnlatlgna, and fiualnM renjiiJuiD
To jonne oun w will a, Hs b a call bstnv'
Jua uw u, mtutr 6 Jiool, and If von njia tui4 mt
lr(K"-UHi aur UmjI (n anj var. r
UL r:ik bUauNt nsruntt la talUua uald. WUI
atJWr tla aa tAia
A. W. BARLOW, ,
rORTKft 1VU tRA Lft LM
Glassware. Plated & Fancy Goods,
LOOKING GLASSES AND TABLE CUTLERY,
GAS AKD LAMP riXTTJBES !
71 and 73 8nmmit Street,
Stumor te Sherwood, Barker k Co.,
Laces, Embroidery and Novelties,
lOd Bmcmit 8treet, Toledo.
CORNER MONROE AND ERIE STREETS,
Rarlnp contmctr'rl a apoclona buildloi
prepared to all all nnlera In our Hue, both In
doc ona nnihiin, .n
MONUMENTS & MANTLES.
Con.tanalanlJy on hand American, Italian, l.iibun
aud licliab atarhle. A le. Auieilcnu and
0. J. HOPKINS,
Ko. 4 Myers' Block, TOLEDO, 0.
P. B. LAIDLAW,
(Succmaor lu x. 1'al.XEit,)
Plain Cnizcitd Slats ' Ecofer,
; ( '!(.--',' . - i .
i .-. GALVANIZED IRON RlDCt CAPPING, Lt. .
Ordera from all porta of the State Boltclled.
No. 170-SUMMIT STREET No. 170
! TOLEDO, O. SU44
t: :c .
1 . -
1- 65 2 2
7 5. i
If? EE 1
FROST & WILLIAMS,
Ladies 'Msiing. ai Fancy Goods.
glND0y SHApES, LACE CURTAINS,
Picture a n.4 IMclur Frames,
Plain and Decorative Wall Paper,
l he Beat and Cheapest llonae ki the Oitj.
147 Summit Street., TOLEDO, OHIO
V Thoee Tialtlnir th. Corn
City WIN profit
Toledo Artificial Marble Works-!
JUT -A. IkT T US T-m m I
WAINSCOTING, BASL BOARDS,
General Decorations for Walls and Floors,
Comer Et Glair and Jefferson Sts.,
T. S. BRIDGMAN & CO., Prop's.
AID GUARANTEED TO THE AFFLICTED
IF" It jolt am aunYrlug from anj com
plaint or iliaeu'e whatever, and your ptif
alclan baa giren up your caae, give a aln
Klacallon PB. W11.IOUU.
142 St. CLAIR St., TOLEDO, 0-
W DR. WILFORD y
la a tLoroub (rraAluatt', an W and extcn-'
tlte praetltlauer, laWnjtntlmonlal
almottdall for hit wotulnfcl com, la
1 acceding), modenite la cbarcea, ueata
porl on Klantiie Brlnelpla la all eaaet
Wanatitj tUf, and la Boat a ilj u.
'. '-. BR. E. HEFFR01T,
SURGEON V DEHTIST,
Cor. Summit Cherry St , Toledo,
Ttnttf-flc lemr J.jrprvUnr.
We InT'te lhe ntti'lilton of all tvonltli'jr art'f.c!!
rlentnrea tocall andejinilne rprelmena and
i neven teem eiraicnieneii. i-rin nnmi. reein
A.finrail t'lli lnertel. nrel a'l neitl,rt
Tfii OfnilMrf will he rVnnotl iu a kil.lt.l n1
.mtliHi rrtt.Iiiitio' tit lartl h Ki-.roi. al mt 1 n.'h nil.
aniiiic roaourrt awl warrftultj. tyi
TFyonaliovld r-o.nl re a norae, Ibu'ity or wucon
a set ot excellent harneaa, t il KA l'nett or aeo
ond-band etorea, houaeliold or office furniture, dry
(ooda, bate, caiw, mga, nr iu tact aiiTttilnfr, at .lar
more reasonable pricea tbau Ibe chcapcai lu 1be
QSAHAM A GO'S AUCTION 00M
43 Monroe St , Toledo.
8.B. FCLLEK, Aox-tloneer. 40yl
Toledo Plating Works,
40 Kansnic nt., Ta)c, O.
Gold and Silver Plating Done.
MitV WAKE CONSTANTLY ON RAND.
Particular attention paid to
Replating andRepairing of Old Ware.
A.LL WORK WAKItANTKU. .
M-M T. J. IIILI., klirt.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
! . Seal Skin and Fur Goods,
KOK WINTER H KAlt,
125 Summit Street, Toledo 125
Men Youth.' and .lilV'.ren'a p
Hats iir Winter " var,"" A
Neat anit V'aliiniiHhifi tlafa. P
Not niniiiiliii-iitreil alfim, to I
fltrlit diiwn prii'i-e with, . aj
but KiiHrant'ed to etand V
the usi of jrood aervtce. " " K
01VB HIM A CALL. tlyl
Every Fninilj Should Uhc It!
IMPROVED ERY HOP YEAST.
'Corn City Yeast Cakes.
T TOIjDS its strexgth axy
Jt M- h-etrlh of tlnm. Will not make lhe brd taut
nt yea.t. alannfm'tnred trum pnreat tnateriala
Utrt;t cake. In tin? murker han inure boily, and
itent-e it te aitrar ot auccea every tiioe. .
if Don't uka an- otuer lc aire joti get it.
Olvl suit Sanantit St., Tleo, O
GENTS' SILK HATS
,59 Bnmmit Street, Toledo.
TlUUlUatC J -PRICES.
PRICE LIST,$3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Tliepe llateoaTinot bo boiiit bv the do-u an
lirectly from the Factory. An.l if yo'i aro not eau
ipfltKl yon tun relntn them by pajirg einreea
iSEARSit HOLLAND LUMBER CO.
HAKincTlBKBS AKD ElAUM II
Rough & Dressed Pine,
.Flooring, Siding, Shingles,
Posts and Pickets,
SKASOKKll VPPKRS ANT) 8KL..TH,VAKUiU8
THICKNKSSE8 AND LBSGTnS.
Superior Street, ou Swan Creek,
Va B. SNYDER & CO.,
WHOUESALR AND BETaiL blAUU lX
Carpetings, Oil Cloths,
MATTINGS, MATS, RUGS.
House Furnishing Goods, Lace Curt-ins,
nmiMjw BUADES AND HOLLANDS,
117 h 119 Summit Et, TOLEDO, 0.
Mannfacmrera of Sprinir Maitremea and all kiixla
OVElt TWHUTT MARS STAXnixe
i r mo.! oriuiant red rxtraata no:V of tenuino
r.-, ;,. .t wcirjraiia rncioue tiltmep,
Sllvr.Vri, Ac., p..t.ible tn inriwt
la oril.,uru Ohio, will be found i.;
H. T. COOK & CO.'S,
137 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio.
AIM i Silwr-pbtxd Wart-. Kroira, Owra VI,eB,
I'tut, and the iiulrenallj arj.roitd
riamocd and Arucdel Spectacles.
' ,a. v-"""(? faunus "Corn Cltv"
Mhonld tail To nn..ir tl.ta ' 1 .J
137 Sunnriit Street, Toledo.
mroRTua, ; ,
Whoiatala and Ratal
ltMto MaavMulat Baad
1, aroud the bead; t,io.
naad to Mva: (. au to au.
oral twaaii , (auphr to taa.nl.
Tunneling the Hudson. GRANGE GOSSIP.
r.!, :nat vu
xiicrn ore iwrmtv -fonr cranmiA
Oliio, lias twTTitj-
l'iftv tliro prnhi plrrntorn nr
tiy Hio orilnr in Iowa.
Oliirt p-rsiicrps linvo tvmtritmio.i t-a-i
fur di'Rtitut fnrniprs in tho W';t
n t n
1 oiltov llrnnfr". J lltroDR of UuMlxim!-
ry, am orrnlniiseil 111 new Iir tH,
Hiintio. OrnriKf., Black Kaw). cmritv,
Town, mn pnvnu n Fiirtwiirfiil Jocture
ooiirwi this wintr.
TIib Allnm Rtntfl Omrtpre hold
its first nimtinl KoBsion at Sclimi, J.rrfj,.
liniK Octobrr 25.
Tlio rrotifra ttp;pnrn,, Ju la ur.
ohftso.1 last .voir JS25,UOO wort!, of mm
eulturril implomonts. .
An Illinois grange is uoKotiutiiirr for
tho. lense of 8o,0(X) acres t.f laml in rj,.
roo riounty, Mitwitisippi.
"Die Oianrrnrs of MontRomrry coantj
nre making arrnnpmonta to Mart a co
operative store in j)ayton.
A oommitt of (Jrnnpors lint lirn
aiipoinW to buy a sito in Vnn W..M
Ti liioh to erect a warehouse.
The Gulp;'r!l, Countr (Umwtl of
Morpiu county met at MeCntnmnsville
reoenUy, anil wius largely attrmlod.
' It is held that a granfjo cannot siiiTen
ler its charter so long as nine itie-i ud
four women, members therei.f, vote
against m doing.
.'InGootllme cotuitj-, JEnnesotn, the
(Jrano-ers have ortmuiiw.1 . r,, f.,t.
uir RHSooiation wiUi it oipitnl ,,f jtuxi 000
iuS SO tliaron. ' .,
'flie Executive Committee) 4.( tholowi
State Orange reports a saving t,. nioin- ,
twra of the onto throngli its mi rntiona
lwrtyearof jgtiOO.OOO. , 1
Tha Texas Stnto Grange rui.ininmnlT
IKUwed a resolution asking CoujfWHs to
pam the Texas Paoirtc Ittaiimo.l
So, also, dul the Kentucky Gnmg..
The value of tarm produeo ,!,! bf
piemliern of the onlur tliron;')i itsr."pnts
"1ow?,1"'4t J"601 is estiiaate.i at V84,-
.TT tt o! elcvon IH'r Ct,,'f. or '
nro.,klyii fiiiiuge, So. 51, Vir-.nsin.
hn one hundred and ten m-mln-i-H, a
fine hall and orpnn, and an iicru-nltural
library of referenoe tiiunl), rinp- fonr
The Kntional Gningn having decided
to move ita hnulquarterg fmiu WmJiing- i
ton to a more central lotsition in the
Mississippi Valley, Chicago lx'siifaks
the honor of the Orange capital.
Tim St. Marysville Orong.-, of otta
wattomio county, Iowa, lias il.Liif 1 it
wlf fr.w and imiependent of all anthori- '
ty of the National and Sta' (franpes,
and diHsolved ito eonnoction therewith! .
The alh'KcU grievance wmiMiv.uiagement ,
nil inmiH-i'H oi inotio gr;uig".s. ,
How are Diamonds Formed!
The poologitsJ ocenrroncfl of the dia- :
Biouda of South Africa ha? leoU often
describ.Hl, hut some new ptiititx of inter
est are brought out in a rmnt paper
reud before the Geological Sixtiety of '
London, by Trofessor MavkcKuc and
Dr. Flight They have fonud "the rock '
at Du Toit'g Pan, and oth- r simHiir dig
gings, to have a soft, decomposed cluir- '
aotor, consisting of a soapy slc:itite-like
magma, with a hydrat.id brtniiiite, cry8
tals of Bevr Vfrmiculite mineral, called '
yaalito, opaline silica, a-.id other nou-'
essential constituents. Thi nnk has
been extensively metamorphosed and
fractured, and in many places broken
through by dikes of an igneous diirite.
It is awwrted Umf'tho duimoiuli occur
more plentifully, if not delusively." in .
the neighborhood of these .likes, or near
them in tho strata of tho hvdrous rock
through which the ingenious material
has been ejected. Iu coullrmution of
this view tho writers urge the distinctive
character of the diamonds in dLTerent
localities, and their sharp, vnatirnded
eliaracter. How the diamonds
lieen formed can hardly be explained,
though it is a point c.f considers! ilo in-
terest, if it may be aooepted, that the '
metamorphosed bronzite rock, possibly '
at places of its contact with caxbouacious
sliales, was tho original home of the
diamond.- Harper's Magazine.
A young man in Norriatrtwa trune to
tho conclusion that as a matter of econ
omy he must decide on oub of two things
either to quit smoking at to giva tip
his pew in church. Not tieing able to
settlo the matter satisfactorily in his own
mind, he concluded to toss up a cent and
abide by the result. , Tho cicUl for
tunately como down in favor of retain-:
ing the cigars, and it is a question If he '
would not have churned a foul ;u.d tossed '
over again if the decisioij liinl boea for
the koeping of his pew.
A promising student of nature in New
Orleans amuses himself wiili n, stuffed
rat, which, from his plac-i of conceal
ment, he draws across the Hwulk when
people arepassing. Women shrink when
they seo tho rat, and men iolont! y attack
it with sticks and umbrella'.
Meusoldomgottheoredi'. tli.-y deserve
for what they don't do. "So yoa won
the cine," said a witness to iii'! kwyor.
"Yes; but small thanks to xv-i for what
you said in the cause." "Al, sir," re
plied the conscientious wii'iis,' "but
think of what I didn't Buy!"
A illiamsport, Peau., voman trunl
to have her husband arrestod boctusa lie
"winked at and nndjred tho .ir's" ot a
lied, used on n railroad, aiguilles dan
ger and says stop. " A similar color dis
played in a mail's noso may well be iu- .
terprt'tod to give a similar warning.
A near sighted man was riding iu a
Woodland avenue oar, tho other day,
when a lady opposite bowed to hiiuv He
retutned the bow, raised his hat, smiled ;
sweotly, and was just wondering whouha
was, when she came over and wiikjx.-red
his ear: "Oh! TO fix you for this old ,
manl . Theu he knew it wus Lis wife.
Detroit Free Prese.