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Tiff., Dam&tij Ere., Jan. 9, 1S79.
IF I SHOULD DIE TO-NIGHT.
If 1 should dieto-n!(ht.
My friends would rook upon my quiet face
Bcton toey told tt in lu restlrif -place,
And doer Out death bad left It almost fair ;
And. laying (now white flowers aainst my
Would smooth It down with tearful tenderoesi
And fold my hands with llmferirr caress.
Poor bands, to empty sad so cold to-night !
If t should die to-ricliL -
My friends wjuld call to mind, nth torf'
Some kindly deed the Icy band had wrouji. :
Some gentle word the frozen hps had said :
Errands on which the wllllnr, feet had sped ;
The memory of 7 selSthneas and pride.
Mr mVJ words, would ai! he put anlde
And so I should be loyed and siwmn) lu-sleht. :
If I should dieto-niKlit.
ten hearts etranzed would tarn uu.t ur u
KeealBBt Otar iij retnooefuil) .
Tno ui entll me witn aser.e.1 ic:U'-e
Would loot upon ru as of yore, pen hxacr.
And soften In Uie old. faolliar wi.
For who could w ar with 2um! uiicocwrluu
ho I mlf (it ret. forxircn uf all. iu-tiitbt.
Oli. fril.. I pray t-uihi, 1
a.. ...m .r.. '
i"h way b lonelT, W me feel them now
Think ceoUy o me : I am travl-wora ;
My falterinc feet are plerred with many a tbvru :
r org. re, oa, liearts elrCKed, forgive, I plad !
When dreamless rest U mine I shall uut ne-d
The tenderness fr w hl.b I kmx to-night.
SELFCONTROL-A FAMILY INCIDENT.
Motherr ciiexl a little K"'l. rushing;
into the room where a lady s::t reading j
"mother! John struck me in the face:
with all bis tnitfht! Oli dear! (lh I
inttr! It hurts o!"
Aud the cuild pressvl li-r luinl ,
iiirainsl her cheek, aud threw her head ;
Utckwards and furwar-U, as if she
were in frreat pain.
The lady' face reddeiifd, iu.!.iiitly, ;
and the book feil from her hand to the ;
Moor. Starting up, she went hurriedly
from the room. There was aner in
her heart against John, and in the!
blindness of her sudden indignation,
she resolved to punish him with a se
vere chastisement. Hut ere she reach- i
d the apartment in which her child
hud been uiavintr. she naused silddenlv '
and stood still. A timely thuinhtj
dancing through her mind, had arrest-1
d her steps. .
"This will not do. 1 must control ,
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Ul.PfSlL. BUC MIU. ninunii; 11.11 , . i. .
Then, after a resolute strife with her
angry feelings, the mother went back
to the room w here she had left her
weeping child, and sitting dowu in her j
old place, said, with us calm and steady I
a voice as she could assume :
"Agnes, let me see your cheek.
"Oh dear! How it hurts!" sobbed
Agnes, as she came U her mother's
side, her hand still pressed to her face,
The lady gently removed the hand, j
and examined her little girl's cheek. J
There was a red mark as if a blow had j
been received; but no evidence of
" Agnes," said the uioiher.no se.ik-
ing very calmly and gentlv, yet with a i
firmness that at once sulciueil the ex-'
citemeut of her child's uiiinL "I wjnt 1
vou to stop crying, and tell inc all
about this trouble with John.
The child's tears ceased to flow ; and
she looked up into her mother's fa-.
"Agnes, who gave tiie jir.st provoca
tion iu this matter you or John?"
"John struck me in ilit fare!" iv-
pueu me ruiiu. r iim-uijc a i;i.-.n u-ii m ;
ir . -i.i ; : .. .!...! ..1
angrv ieeling towarus tier iiro:.i' i
-VliV did lie strike you?"
Agnes was silent.
Whi saw the trouble letieeii ?u i
and JohnTlnquireil the mother. ;
"Whv, Mary saw it. She'll tell yon
that John struck in in the fa-
all his miirht,"
"Tell Mary thai 1 wish t4i see her.'
Agoe.s went for her sister. Wnea ;
thev returuoil the mother said:
".Vow. Marv. tell me all aboul this 1
tr.ml.lo with John ami A ones" I
.. .. - j
-You saw liim sliikp me, didn I you,
Mary ?" aid Agues, with the ea'tenifss
-I will question Mary, s.ud the moth- j
?r."anl w hile I do so, you. Agnes, j
must have nothing to say. After !
Alary has liui.shi-Kl.then you can correct
her statement, if you wish in do ..
Now, Mary, say on." '
"Well, mother. I'll tell you ji;t how
ii was." said Marv. "Agnes was teas-
iug John, and John got angry."
-And struck his sisterf 'i'ht:ewas
a tone of severity in the mother's;
"I think the bl A was at cnleiital,
said Mary. -John declared that it was,
and trie.1 his iK-st t comfort Agnes;
promising to give her his pet 1
kitten, if she would stop crying, and
111 m-it-M t r.inl.li. liv liliuir vn!l. Hut 1
.... .- - ;--
kI.a -i rtticrrv mmiI W'tnl-I no! listen to :
-lelluie jusi wual o.;. ure.i, M.iry, ,
and then I shall know exactly how ar j
both were t.) blaiii. j
-eii. aiwuriea .iMij, 00.... j..,, j
were playing che.-k.-r. and Atrnt?s j
would, everv now and then, steal iu I
behind John and n.i.Ci his elU when
he was making a moe. It worried
him, and ho asked her ..vr and over
again not to do s i. Out she didn t
mind what he .-.od. At last John
pushed the uor-l from him and !
wouhlii't play .oi :..ii r il- was ;
atigry. Still Ag n-s s-emr?.l Irenl 011 an-j
iioving hiiii. .lobn got a U k and sat
down ne;ir the Wio.n.v. I . read. ! :
had not U-cii then- long ..-i.i.v Ague
stole u; l!:ind lom. wmppi-d me Ixiok
of uis ha!-..:, iiiil ra.i a way. John j
piungatter ii-r. .1 ' l.ii-y had .1 .-.iriij-i
pie for the book, : i wmcli Agnes got j
blow up hi the t., . 1 .i 1-i-iking at
them, and I think ..e mow was
stent 4I. It s".-iii i so at tie- ti.ne. and 1
so at tie- liiiie. and 1
:- did 11 t 111 '.;a to !
JOiin (If i-iter. 111., :: i.n: 11 111 ....
atilke her. I hat is :i:i. lii'hvr.
-Call your br uher." s ud the lady, in
a suliduist voice. John entered the;
ro-vui iu a i'ew 1:1 i.ir-nt-. lie v.'as pa It
aud I. Hiked t:--; : n-.i. ,
"Mv s i.i." --...J i i- : .1.1.'?. sji-akiugj
w'.tiotil :i;i;i.:. ,;t : . t-"1 . J et with,
a tou'j o! .-, r 1.1 i.; n-r -.' ;.-e. "Ji-I yott ;
tr;t:' Agi!s. .11 p-n-jMse
1 lie li y'.s i:o -J l.v -ii' i. be' no
eer c.i-iie i:;g:: him. !! io..ke.l
ito his mot iei eyes, f ir n inom. st
.r two. until leaf., ohiidisl i.iiu. and
jeii he laid his f a -?e down upon hi i
. . i . 1 .,...i..
ii-rs nn auu -ioii.ii. ii mi io s 1.-,-. ir-i
llistllicl. liie moiiu-r nivw m-r a: ::i
fishl round her Isiv. and ihcn there
was a silence fur lh? spa-e of nearly
-It W.t an a.-ciiie'i".. I altl surer."
whiriii'itil tic motlier. placing her lips
.-lose Io the ear of her ho-i .
-Illdeeil i! W .toim aiisweled
luck vi ith e.w;i-stii.'ss. "M Irmd .
lipjH-.. as i tri-.l lo t t iiiy Uik away
lro.il ii-;-. a.-i-l it srni '; her in the fa.
1 as s sorry 1
Wil.U lfss c.liii.l liie III itili-l" do lh .1!
IJss with iil-i. :iie fair l-row of h.T
t-v, :gao.! '" .ot:,. iin.U-i la-ititltleii.-e :
.f a::tr-r. li:! pasMsl a hasty jods-in-nL
Mie ai!" is s-m I !ere-l at the
I in ;hl of lh ,1 ii-i .; pa iishliient .he
conie nig'i inilicing vi:il' blind
t ...tu sudden ec:teniciit.
"Tiie chief t,-. 1 s,.,-. rests wii',1
Asnes," sai I t'n- I turning .villi
some Si-verily v-'.c- mid eoimti
iiancc lowar is ie-r Pule -i: i. who r
:i-'i-i-i o. a
r,lead of a:. ?!
-It was h
sspvike up qi.i
sou know. :i
iu i. mother." John
h. ".-she loves Io tvasr.
I 1 was wrong lo get
"ltut teasiji .!-... u coiae fioin s
s hI sjsiril." replied the mother, 'and I
a:u sorry thai my iilt-lc i? 1 1 -an lint no
higa.-r enjoyment Ih iu the pleasure of
annoy ing her brother md sisters. I
am s.itis.ieil v. ilh y;,!i. John, but not
with Agnes, yirl nor, v.ci may le.n e
lotlll mill M:.r. I'l-t :oiii l-f'T
iheir mother alone w ith Aancs. When
I he little jrirl joined Iter liroihers and
sisters some time afterwards, she had a
so'ier foi-c.'like one whose spirit was'
not at ease with ilself. She hail 1h-i.
guiltv f a double wroiia. and Innl
ime near drawing down nx,n her in
nocent brother an iiniusi punishment.
So clearly had her mother brought this
to her view, that shame followed eon- !
viction. and si e was now ready to ae-'
knowledge hei fault, and promise iiet--ter
conduct in the future.
l.uttheone who proutisl most by
this scene of trouble, was the child
ren's mother. After all was harmon-;
ized again, and she whs loiie with lier
own thotignts. she lifte.1 a heart of
thankfulness for seif-iimlrol. and
praye.1 that she might ever po-sess her'
spirit iu calmness. "I trouble i;i !
thinking of the evil that would have ,
followed a blind punisl.mei.t . f my"
noble-hearted boy '
It is an easy matter to k.i. k a
crotchet out of a crazy man's bead, if.
von only hit him rigid. An !. gen-,
tleinan. w hose bniin was a littie turn-;
ed, called out to his son. about two
o'clock one morning:
-Abel, AIh-1! Satan has been templ
ing me all night to go and drown my
isclt in the horse-trough."
-Well, he must 1 a great tool, said
Abel, "for there hasn't been a drop of
water in it for siv. weeks."
The old gentleman turned orr and
v. cut to sleep, thinking no more of evil
MR. BEECHER EXPLAINS.
No More Lecture Tours.
;tiui, 4 o'clock in the morning. The
HUI, rlSen but the skv was
jawing brighter everv moment. He
eoncluded bv saving that thev would
lrv au-.iiht-r ve.u: together. .V'e rvV
;, -. os.
What Mr. Beecher bad to say last
nu.'ht at the usual Inlay evenintf
nraver-meetins in Ilymouth Church
was much in the nature of a personal
explanation. After the onenihjr, pray
! er and the singin? of Hymn Mr.
iieecher said : -lirethren I m-ed not
remind you that this is our last jirayer
j meeting during the year. It is a go'xl
time to look over the booksand take an
arwiuiit of stock: a. e od time to think
over the mercies of God ana j'.e
thanks for them. For mv own part
and I shall take von into inv ton- ;
fidence a little at this time I have to :
ink God that he has mercifully pre- J
... i.- me nli vuici , 1 v and mental! v. I i
li .e travelled ouiinj? the la.it year be
; A een and S'WH miles, and have
not even seen accident by which man
or woman was hurt. Occasionally an
engine aa. broken down ; hut 1 have
w.-.r had t witness cttasthroiK:
K,.i, u lias fn-c uentl v Ij'-eil rer:-..
Indeeil I may say that durnist my noie
life and l nave traveieo, i sjjjjwse,
from Zfiffy to ttjo.'r) m
steamboat, ttavre or other
: 'i- . t .n..rw.. It. ::r ;r..l
",LU17? ::. ;.:.;m.,
rl .r threatened human life. God has1
.i ion- ti.rr-ifu tu l.ie. K nother
thlno- I iioi-it Ktieak of but I need not re-
call painful recollections by specifyinj?
very particularly. You all know the
stone I hav. px- sea lurouzn; aua ii
..f'eii haoiMTis when there ha.-i lieea a
gtorm that the skv iil not clear nn
! mediatelv. It keep !ioerint?. lifter
ttie tempest lias spent its lore. I
must sav in referen-e to that matter.
I........ Hiir-T.r all iiivlmvels in
the yesr that is liast and I have beeu
in r.earlv everv S'irthern and Western
stale 1 Lave luet with nothing hut
kindness and consideration. Indeed. I
have been everywhere received with
. 1.;n.?nL.a .ir.ft t til.-rv. fWtt lliUTI I
IllKlr Kill-Ill' -'. airi . ' .... ....... -
erer was lefore. It is very little to
von I know: but the o'linion of my
fellow-men is a great deal t me: and
I reel grateful that find h:ts sustained
me through mich reat trials and
brought in at lat into a haven of
peace. I'or, although i a:;i of that
build I think that I could 1 happv
a?id pursue my work pleasantly, with
the bal opinion of all about me, if my
-oiisi-ii'iice oiilv w as riiriit, vet the.xl
rejKi-t of men iibout me is very pre
cious. You who have licen with ine
in the wilderness and in the Ked Sea,
will le glad vrith me to know and feel
that the skv iias thoroughly cleared
on. -e more; 'for, though l'naiaoh ain't
de-ad yet, I imagine mat most of his
horses have been overturned, his iiost
overwhelmed by the waters, and his
munitions of war destroyed.
1 must talk with vou altoul another
thing. It La-, been in years past a very
rare thing with me to come into this
pravei-iiieetiu and se many of the
seats unoccupied until x o'chx-k. I
tiuiw that many are so engaged in
various ZvKjd works outside that they
can not well find time to come here on
Friday night. Uut that don t account
for it all nor the greater part of it.
e all heard the proverb, that
"When the cat Is aw:iy
The mi' e will y1:ty ;"
but I li.id that when the cat is away
the mice don't play, and I propose to
stav at home hereafter and attend to
mv" business I don't mean to sav I
won't deliver another lecture from this
tim.. forth ; but no more courses; no
Uore going a wav for weeks; no more
iong journevs, Iain going alnmt my
work in the good old wav again, to see
jf tlwse praver-uieetimrs can U- what
fr. a-eh.-r alluaed nexi to his pcr-
,,, lif,. :t.,.i n.irtiiularlv to the!
..real ttrii" d.' I.i 'him-ii science and re-!
liihm. He hud deemed it his dutv
years agi io k Ji Ililiis-u imni mcu ns
to all the great movements in science,
ami he had hist a book he thought he
knew the fellow ho"h'iked" it in
which he had written years ago. when
jlu iip! cam-
to If roDj.lv: i. tliat the
lime was rapidiv verging on wnen
scientllie invesii-j-illon wouio uiimuc
manv of the old dogmas of religion.
He had chargel himself then, con
i'tantlv to studv and single out such
t nit lis as were universal anil noma
uoceKiaHlv survive the shiM-k of the
....iifr.iviNV ln.-iii never knew what
. truth till ho ii:ui l.et Mini found
it -rr.i:i' fill. I tll.itl.rli tlipre Imil lvn
times when he had wrestled and cried
o,:..J tvltl. tin. Psiilmi-r. to make
i.i....,.if i ........ i.,. I il.it I...
iiiiinrii mi'n ii. ii- ,i,i. ...... ..v..
i,eij an tMt lew i ing truths with a
je-,)er and more abiding faith than
ever. He felt now as thouc'n it a
j il2l ,-l..ailH:i.-Nis is cum mid io
health is a f.ri that cannot be .pie-
tiontsl : nor is ii to !: wondered at
Lvtl(. ,Vr ,,., -.M.r Ui.it the skin ot
.m .-.linarv-sizexl man has liecn calcu
eveu 1;lle(j i(, ,;,ltki alsiut twent-eighl
nila. f iierspiralorv tiilx'scoiitinuallv
i- . . 1. ... 1 ...
fe. tuallv as if it had lieen strangled
with a '.-ord. Lastlv, the kin is a
t s,SoiiH-iit f v inous matters
Pltli j eontacl w ith il. and in this
w .,, ,ri4)U al u. iiivr ,iS.is
m iv ,.,.... illMiv ci-anliness is
ti.eIPfore ahsolulelv necessary iu m
j,.-,,.,,;!,,., :, i,.;llthv pcrspir.l1 foil. a-. I
,.,;-.usrIi tlii- :s unil'.rni l"iuiei-uttir.- o
Um. . (., ia.iv assisting the
j.,,, j nerformance of the funi
iut ,,j jesjiiration : () in preventing
t,M. a,,..,,,.,,,,,, f poisonous matter,
!' eleau the skin thoroughly from the
s,.:;rf and oil matter, soft water will
be found more efTe.'5uaI than ha-'d. its
,,.,.. ,,.,Ker for saline matter Is iug
PSIIOIUU llioie in n-s llloinLilli-, iliiu
: .1... 1....1.. ..r .. 1
jjev llllf lliu mm. oi a 1.111 ,.111.111111 hi
'waste matter. The mischief which
1lis fnow the obstru.-tion of this
il(,,)ieIlse iir.im iiv ,,jrt an,i ott.r ,..IUS.
es must !e hvioiis. The skin is :do
jrreut breath. tig surface, wlilcti is
tin- f;i-t liial il ;tu :t!)iinal is
....... i ...'.-., i,,,,. ,.i ,.. u..i.i i. .e..;d. .1
: . ..,r i ;., .. Ji,.. ;..t r.
,.re.i,ei. a!:d v. leil Soilli is adtle I the
oilv m-iiter is at once saiiondie l and
the cleansing is complete. Soaji and
wnt -r si.iul.l be used at lexst twice in
tiie twenty-four hours on the exposed
pans, tiie face and hands, an.l the
hoi. ImkIv should Ik? sKi:iged daily
with old or lukewarm water or soap,
Warm water or the Turkish bath (iu
sii!taii! eases) should lie used about
i'ic a week, and will le found i-.m-idu-iveto
health. Cleanliness in the
ma.r. r of clothing is also very iui-
txiri int. :ui through this channel gerni.
.'if dis-as" are carried almut which not
-ct the M-rso:t carrying them,
.vise those with whom thev
1 , 1
iii contact- T'irotita fr'.'o'ir.
Ohio and the Presidency.
. V :"L : '! .1 A7 . . ; V V. .:
. -i... i ......
l!.n 1 illlini 'nil, i.i-ii- .in.. .
Maie is mad on the Oiiestion, an 1 now
ervtbing is done w ilh a view to lsS'i.
( ine "man says that (Irani is the man,
for he alone ca'i etrry Ohio in lss;i.
the other hail i. tlieie is talk of put-;
ting Foster iu lomiiritio'i for (l.-ver-;
nor. that w m iv follow H, the loot-
- -. , .!..-. ...
steps ..f Hayes and go t ror.i ,.nituiH
Id is wiser
lh in that, and iiro:.es to let the l.ov-
ernoi ship alone, that Ii- may keep all
-ye out ltr tiie .writorship. l-'or the
very samw reason Tiiuniian will not
be a candidate, lit i afraid to let go
his hold in the l"pK-r llo i-c. t here
ai-etwo or three things, however, so
well settled that it is not warm while
dis-.-ussinz th:-:u. (I.i is. t,i:tt ISishop
is such a eouspiciio'.is faitmv that be is
out ol the question f r t he future. He
is a good cro.-er. but a very jexir Iov
ernor. In the sccici l place, the Dom
ocracv will not carry Ohio iie! year
unless they drop tiie Ohio id.-a: that
will be a .lead issue very ile.i'L In
the third place, the country is too fond
of variety t take two Presidents iu
..Hi-cession for ih- same office in the
same State. 1 here is no rule to gov
cm training for the lVesidciicy : and
the mii who starts out last is quit.
is likely to come iu at the head of the
line on the day of the convention.
I'hihrtl Ijihhi .rfli Auif-ri'it.
io liie nil- nous.-. '''.-....,..
[...] Letter to the New York World.]
[...] Letter to the New York World.] Low Neck.
Co!. I.i.tirto.-t's low neck-.l tlivss or
tlcr hi1.; called forth severe criticism
from the Cat iolic hierarchy of lluelice.
Archbishop '1 .-.si-hercau on Sunday last
referred to the matter in bis sermon,
and the ilish .p of llirtha. the acting
II; -hop of Monlreal. has written a let
ter to the editor of 1,'( ipii.iou 1'iiMique.
of that ciiy. congratulating him on the
publication of :mi article .ienouueiiig
the order. The iiishop says:
-I trust tiiat the order respecting
low necked dresses will be allowed to
remain a tlead letter, at least so far a
our French Canadian ladies are c.in-e?-riied.
In ignoring il ibey will not
stand lower in the esteem of men, and
certainly not in the eyes .-1 loid, who
assuredly recognizes neither the I'.ng
lish mode nor fashion at court or else
where." It is Ulld'-i stood that the order was
promulgated unwittingly, and that
at future eritertainiiii tits tiie simple
regulations enforced bv Lord lliifT.-riii
w ill prevail
-Weight for the wagon." observed
fame r. as he heljied his three hun-
dre-1 ti.u.j .vifetoaseat in the vela-'
INSANE VISITORS AT THE WHITE
Some of Their Oddities.
Everv new and then an item is pub-1
lisbed pivirwr an account of the .vilies
rj t..mVl .rv !rvi-. veho !ind Lis or
her wav to the White House. Sot half
rl,,. ...I'nf tit,!o itfthit; r-litss- the
f' . ..e-. 'i he '
m, .ic.i.V 7i' Vather '
thaii'theex.vpti.iu.' " . ;
Anions th1- is an out gentleman ;
who live a short dist.we out in the
country, nrar i'.iaiienstjursz. i.':
a large soft nat, sa:t and pept,er pa.o.s,
and a short h!a-"X coat. Hi3 eves are
blue and mild, with nothing wild about
-hem, and uis Jiair is pray. lie cal.s
re-'ulariv fincc in everv two raonihs.
He comes in th-; door Mj.emnly. U"-
in aski! what b-? w i-.its. he rep!i-s
1 have come to take my Sf-at.' II'?
then t' l's how h" has Veil rejuiarly,
eie: ; r'rt-i.J-nt and would h iveeome
to -nTer on hi:; duties sooner, iMit wors
on hi-. r..r:a prevents! hi leaving;
horn . The uners talk to bimsenou-.- j
K- !. -.it me m.irTer. and a a centra! I
sxn lenvrS jj-.-rie-uv saus-
Ti..l.vv-i r.,.- rr.i'n I Vti
L. - r.tr.':. . i
u ul,;It thirtv-:ive ye.ns old and
j neatlv and i-.tnloi"i.i!!. He
demands to s-e lh-- I'rrsidrlit
Treasurv and lh" hite House Lave
U-en dw'-W to him. and he wants the i
..session of both. The last time he !
he wore a pair of b tdly l up '
shos. ;uid cot siightlv noisv. When
put outsidethe door h-? said; -I will :
submit this time, as I do no: wish to
make Have, househ-ss; but th-? nxt ;
f,,..:. i .... I -jlau; n . foolis'iii.-ss. I i
w.i;,t l.iiu to move out i.r.Hiipllv. I I
hate to be so harsh, but my
we;n ing out, and I must
rights. ' Jnt tall hi.
the f tSC
A woiiini from Maim- walked in one
dav. in a dress like that of a Quaker.
.Shi- elaike-l into the east PKini and
synwiiiii .1 irtiiir ii.un ........ ..... ,
corned under her arm-on one or the j
wind.iw seats announced her text and
i.n in a loud voice to bold forth f ii
snreadinif a larife Ihhle wiiich sh(
the nw-essitv of lieing Ixirn again.
man from Ohio called a tew weeks
ago. He had a theory that th? world
was coming to an end in a few days,
if he was not made suerintendfnt of
tiie Naval Observatory, in view that
he might bv his knowledge of astron
omy, avert the i:nieiiding collision of
the earth with ail the planets,
was promised the pisitioii and
A raw-lKiieiI fellow from Maine is
seen no more at the White House. He
ustsl to be a regular visitor. He
would march iu everv morning, walk
up to one of the ,nhers.a;id hau.l him
a letter. The letters were addressed
to-IM?. Haves, from Ohio. I'resi-
dentofthe rnitetl States. I'. . ,,f
America, Western Continent, Whit-
House. District of Columbia." These
l..... .. o -.lu-..,.. l.uf -fie
such sccawls that no one could read
them. This probably suited the man
exactly as all lie seemed to want was
to deliver the letters promptly at nine
The "goddess of liU-rty just stepped
down from the dome of the Capitol"
has already been introduced to the
readers of "tan Star. She came back
the other week and being refused ad
mittance to the President's room
threatened to bring down her 're
serves." Tlie.se consisted, she said, of
all the statues intheold Hall of liepre
seutatives and that of Columbiu in
the east front of the Capitol and of
the group of the buckwoodsmen and
A hard-lookuiir lu.tie cu -stonier he
lliont fortv wars old came in
. "1 am the man," he said
in a roar, "wlio close:i tiie iteoeiiion.
It is a matter of necessity that I
should see the I'resident." He was
told that the President did not receive
visitors at the Whit" House. He saw
every one who called at Xo. 41 i Tenth
sin-ci. iuiMini'.-imu..n .m i..r rr
u'-c " m."
went promptly to .o. 411 I enth street
I and took a seat. Aft-r sittisig there
the keerer asked what hew ante.1. -O h.
he said,IJ.ave just called to
it a glanw, and saying, "step
this wav." conducted the
one of the cells. As lit
1 I n
key in the lock the m m insi l
"If the President comes just
him riirlit in. will VOU?
t ei taunt,
back to hi-
sai I the kis-per and went
desk Wfihiwjt'M Shir.
Our Foreign Trade.
i to ji.i( a
' According 1. 1 the liguivs am-
i try's foreign trade during November
: shows the largest lialance tif tnide in
our tavor of am siiiL'lc month. Ac-
'cordiiiir to a dispatch rcceivisl at Ua
Department if State from the
i can Consul at Uareclwna. the lirst car
i go of American wheat ever receivetl in
; tliat citv arrive-.l alK.ut the middle of
! November, flreat interest was excited
: ill liarct-loiia inereny. samples were
i freely and interestdUv handled on the
! Kx. liaiige on the dav "of arrival, and it
j was immediately recognized as .pial
Sea and Hungaria:i v. heat.
The cargo otisited of Vi'nO busheis.
in.l sold at iii.iet.fn franci l) -r iittv-
live kilograms or about t.7
puunds. Il apK;:rs that n'.
concerned in toi ii '-;! enterp;
highly pleased. This l";ts: c
.- 1 :i 1 i.i .1:1 r.
got iitsia :.ie
M-s."";'." and ih
;i:i chartered to
of wheat fl--!ii
i amounteii to
! steamer .is ag
1 ork. 1 iii' ( o isiil i;ii"iV :; o:i. itrin
' hrivill i Clig ige 1 .'live JOiigiisii st.'Miiiers
: to Icing t:.ejr .-..t .-s of A ric.-n.
i wiieat ! i ' i:. lit v.;n::nilg!it
t!i:;t .i.L"'.i-:iv- cargo's would-
ai r. vr tii. i-i ; i.i season, aii ia il iglish
sle.nii -;-. I n - tVisai i.-itcr.ile.s his
former opinions u;'i tic gr--it n'ces
sity o! :br -.-t Am -ric 111 steam couiiiitl
! iiication. New and important markets
i could l-c .pencil up to American prod-
ucts and manufactur.-As it is now.
weiireindebt.il to the fact thai Use llrit
' ;si steamers iind ii prolltable to bring
' Aui:t:i'.;ii wheat to it.dccl.uia for this
n w d -yel i;.':ii--nt o'.ir tr.l I". 1'if
: t'.-n c irgf.' ; w-c-ir iroiiili-- j Slack
j sea wciv ail'i ti for ii :r.id'i:i 1 on the
Iday on whieii this lir.st cargo of Amer
ican wheat arrive:!. L-ti i. r No-We.
The Refinement of Selfishness.
V.r-on. Wlie'l II I litllli cm
Kvcu til- suiOiiiiesi d 'grc- of eal
lure that is. l.oston cult::,-. c.::t not
eniiivly do away with some of l'ie i;i
c ..igriioiisness of human nature; and
servant girls seeking situations among
selfish ho:'.si'-ke:'i.-is. .v.i i v mi t g".
everything lo:i for as lii-.ir hi
as pjssiiile, have as h..r i a i::ii
hub of the universe in ..:'ie;
less acutely retine'l. A lad;, inter, sled
in the -ISoiiin's 1J jwer," est ablish.-d liy
tiie philauthropic ladies of Uo.slon for
I tiie beneiit of the neii'v. writes as to!-
! i. of their n,,..
ieiiei s in that iin--;
-A l.i'lv or g-iitleui ri desiring a ser-
vani. lirst asKS. win u-i you hinm
alxmt lier.-' If I c:inu u give a v u: !
cr she is pii-isisl by. Tue f-e .i m i;.
Iiavi' the very ix-st crc ientials. They
tell her she -ii. is worked to) hard.' or
'she looks as if she was verv slow. a:i I
i l ......a ., .....a 1 r .. r- .'. .r t !... i
L III. is l ii.i.r-jiivo:.. ...
,(,p ani, a;ir . KM hair u ;lU, a
! be found ami the girl thinks she is.-.-r-;
tain of an cngaguient. a tii" close -if
' a Ioiil? iiiterview. the party n-lls ln-r
several others have 1k-.'ii co-i-ai.ti-.l
beftue her, as it is always desir.i.-h- !
look round liefore deciding.'" There
is such a thing as tiie re:i;icai--:.t of
sellisimess when people w ant I he hes:
and most beautiful things for them
selves while q-.iite wiiiing for f',i- rest
of the wo: iii to put up with i!ie pjr
s r.i'e'. ' uuri: r-J oin v.cl.
Why There in no Rain in Pera.
in l'.-i u. S.nitli America, rain is un
known. Tlte coast of Tern is within
the region of iH-rietual s-mth-cisl
w iiiils, and though the rem via n
. .1... :....il.
i shores are on tne verge o nn- .mi.,
Isca boiler, yet it never rains there.
reason is plain. J ne .iuiu-eusi
trad- winds m the Atlantic Ocean lirst
strike the water on the coast or Ainca.
Traveling to the north-west they blow
obliquely across the ocean until they
reach the coast of l'.rr.ril. Uy this time
they are heavily laden with vajnir.
wl.l- h they continue to bear along
across the continent, depositing it as
they go. and supplvins with it tlu-souVis-s
id the Uio de la 1'iata and the
southern tributaries of the Amazon.
Finally thev reach the snowcapped
Amies ::n ! here is wrung from them
the last particle of moisture that a
very low tcineratrc can extract.
Keaching the summit of that range,
thev now tumbledown as cool :imi dry
winds on the I'acilic s'.oih-s beyond.
Meeting with no eva.rating surface,
and no temer:iture colder than that to
which tliev were sU!,jug:ite, oil the
mountain t-'.pf. tiiey rc:u-h the ocean
before they In-come charged with ti'i-sh
vapor, ami before, therefore, they have
anv which the 1 Vruvian climate can
extract. Thus w.- see how the top of
the Andes liecomes the i.-scrvoir troin
which are supplied lh" rivers of Chili
-(live a young man plenty of cgars
and wine, and a f ist horse," says ilev.
iTalinage. -and satan quits .Miking
after that young man. only gi.ing ...r
liie ' ders for his r eptioil w hen he arrives
at the end of his journey, laiiua.'.
oio ! Las been dgv.n t j Ws-e.
Queen Victoria When a Poor Little
per, aim nam jjuicu.. j.ki? i- . u.t
never hear thrrje words again : never
mention tne word trouble ag.iin. On
called ly tell nie how the thing is to be done
and to don- rightly, and I wul d.) it
if I.ciiu I d not know whether these
little mieedot-s Will interest you, but
surely, though vou are so democratic.
vou will feel lor tiie pi.r little w.h-
Writ ir-.it of the coron
tTio Mrs. Sedicwick,
r a let
-As to lb?imJZl',-i
went through berrart beatuJudy
when s;.e ret 'i mod. liking r-
near me. ut- '.
.vie. v uo lid? t'lI.'Xli;
tered with emotion a
b!fsinff en her
head, and he. von know, thinks k
ni ten. " . T' AT - I
th?uec you Will lenrn inthe news-j
u.incrs nniv on& tnini wr.icn ras no
reached them s--rns to have iiv a i
s'.ron? iratiression. The premier bar- i
on. old Lord I'.olle. i.s mor- than eigii-;
ty-five, and on ascending the tep of
the throne to "j homage he stuniMeil
from aee and akntatioa. The ('ieen. .
forttii'tr her dignity and her royal!
state, started from" l'.er throne and
stretched out both her h iiids to l tla .
kirn. This little action, against ail j
rules or court etiquette eaii.-I down,
a Thunder of applause." !
In another letter to Mis; Vi-dvick
w- read of the yoim ::"e:i :
-siie seems to" be r-aliy a'rijrht-heart-f-.l,
thoroushlv nn-A little creature,
rjpnrifr Ilice told a fri-nd of mine that
he once carried her siiii:- papers to
and said souieihuiK awmt manaj-
m ' s as to '.rive it Maiestv
trouble. fhe !oked up from li-r p:;-
man, placed in such ana. vful pn.-atn
in sui-ti awtui times.
Mrs. Jameson was living at Windsor
at the time, and appears lo have Iteea
enchactetl with tiie memories of the.
plai-e, find not les with the young
(Juw'ii in the ci.s'.le. Writing in Au
gust, ls.is. to Miss Sedgu irk. she said :
-Aiiiomrthe visions to which, child-
he. 1 soinetiiiiw yield up my iancy
when alone I look up to those Vjis.
towers t,f our kings, is one esiiecialh,
of having vou here at Windsor. To
comedown as strangers do, t) take a
hastv dinner and s-.? over the state:
room and iiictiire. is not to be thought
of. Windsor is like nothing but itself
in the worhL And though you eire a
Democrat the g.Mls have made you
poetical. Imagine our pretty young
Queen, with ad her courtly suite,-
pouring out of the great gates of the;
castle on most beautiful horses, and;
through th avenues and
g a.h s oi tne iorest Here, me v, imisot
i wrest, which is the classic ground of.
ur shiiksiK-are as we.l as o our hd-,
wanls :in.l Ilenns. It sounds well
does it not :.' And n-a,.y it is a imjst
sph-ndid sight As to the (ue.n. she
ready plays, the part to a miration
'pKir l.ttle gr.I, as ( arlye calls her. I;
iiev-r Ljok at her but with an interest
m nu n oine p.i is iiicinieo. istie in
alter all but a pageant, and anomaly;
and with so much of kindness of heart
and sensibility, what is to become of
her? A great many anecdotes of her
interievr, which reach me privately,
give me the highest idea of her heart'
Living Too Fast.
Men are living too fast. Idleness
and indulgence have ltcgotten pride
and discontent. The age is thirsty for
luxury. The very paupers of our cit-j
ies scorn the patched garments and
simple fare which once satisfied the
well-to-do; the young clerk must live
iu a house about as luxuriously fur-'
nished its his employer's, tho' he steal
to supiort his establishment; the ser-
rival their mistresses in the
costliness ami ela'sirateness of their
attir.?; though to do it tliey wast;. thei
savings which they need lo keep them
from want and from ruin. The young
couple who liegin a home must have
it as richlv deeorated as that of those
who have labored for years; and there
i is an utter unwillingness on the part
i .. -.. 1. ...... tu,.t ii-ifl. itt.i.la
,.,,,,,,,:, - , ,.,nnro ..nr
st;llarts 0f ju.lgment. an.l learn to
Mte the ioi.le at what they are, and
what I hev have. This is a inonev-
....iri!,:,.f,1., ,lf ,.;,.;, .;.
;,.,. i:l. .l .
I I'li'Mi.u inv iiinrv "i iri'i, nuiii-
; iiion hosts ot admirers; the others are
tolerated lor tne baubles the mob'
scrambled for. and still others are per-
mittisl to occupy iMi.its of honor in
ctiurcli::n:l state whieii t hev on iv obtain
b, their wealth. Men live in the fear of
gold, and not of (iod. and seek the
honor of man and i.t the honor that
Cometh from ninivc.
There should !. a return to more
simple, more honest ways of living.
It should ) deemed dishonorable to
live beyond one's in.'aiis: no man
should be encouraged to sjw-nd a few
feverish years in luxurv at the risk of
iking down and making a dishon
A Queer Man Who Haunts the British
, O.vmg Io the meeting of Parliament
. mere has again :ip;cared at West-
niiusier:t person no is wen ki.o ii io
1 1'"' iniiueiueis oi i:i.- comuioii i.t
' '"ins. lie is a very .Mionmaii, aooui
tiftv years of age, with iron-gray hair.
;i.:'.d he generally wears a long shaggy
br u overcoat and a thick muiller.
He invariably carries a gouty-looking
umbrella, which is usually tied roltnil
::!: a colored jiock"t-handkerc-hief.
ia regard to the 1-. ister:i (m-stion. be
-1 is siron (ipinions about it. and
i.i: 'l i:i"'les" is no d i lid Wiitiea ltp
1:: li'ts iii-art. Vh,:i the I'.ursians
.-. n.'iiriug A In ia ii:-. t ie uir.iiher.
r t iocs li sell! the Kngiish Ill-el Up
I'i; 1 1 iti!a.ie!!--s ail I recaihil it .n!v
hiiiiseli could telf.
i.::-ii oi' ni.ikiu t .:
-My l.orl l)-,'!. :
..'i-!o.-k i:l liie lilV
he has often U
It-" w:.s in the
;a .!.! -sits witli
' a 1 1 ;!' lA.-ive
I he ti:n li ved,
ii s-.-;i li'kinr,
t f is i.'.idshiri's
11 llliagru.'ltii 11.
walkirg up and
We -Im inster ila!!. vigorously
ngiiic l.asti-1 n iiiies'iioii 111 aii
!"legra:!i-fol'.n.s at the I'ost-nllice inside
the Hall, "some eci:eni"l:t has been
Ciittsed ma ing liio.se to whom !.. is
by ins iijip
ing abs !!! s
Quiet of Resumption Day.
V.'AS'iiNiiToN, Ii.h-. :i '. The se cre
tary of the Tn loony hmghs at the :m
ii i'.iiicenieuts that he v. iii be in w
York . "ity Thursday t-. witness the
. fiV' t .if specie resiim)ition. -Why,"
hr said. m go-'I many jiersoii-; think
there vtiii i-cMiioe hdeiit ommotion
on that dav. I :.. v. no doubt it will
1 ne one oi me m ist quiet clays ew
i York has e;er f xiK-ricnr-ed. There
may be some lVw persons attracted by
curiosity. ;:nd others t- obtain a little
coin for tii'-ir no.es. l-itl there will lie
no cxejieim nt."
When business . his. it a: the Treas
ury liepartinent l-.i-duy. tiie available
coia bai ii:c - w;;s 25i;.C!.,0', of which
.:?-vs.o-M is gold. Th.c currency bal-ain-e
Mas si2..V"fi.n-)0. .:Mi;s; "were
paid .nit to-day in currency, to ier.sons
preferring legal-lender notes to gold.
National and State Banks.
The ii.oi-.aa! bttiks h ;vi- ii.-c.-i i.i ex
istence S'.fo'cn years. I:i that time
noteholders have not lost one dollar,
and the average animal loss to uepos -
itors has Ih-cii little over .iKi.ikk).
I i.-p- siiois k. a single bank in this
cit v. r.svutiv failed, will lose more
' lhanthe annual loss .of ail the depos-;
iiors in the 2.1 r el national basiks in the
rnitetl Stales. Had '. F. Adae & Co.
: been under the national system it
woiii.niaveie.on wound up long ago.;
i i-t uiir iiem'XT.ui.: statesman, such
as Senator Thurinan for instance, pro
pose to destroy the national system
and substitute Slate banks of the old'
pattern. 1'iwiunti'i itazett.
i'r.slerick the (ireat had
ties, all exactly alike, and
11 c li.ini -
the same Ixmks raug-sl iu the same or
der: one at Potsihim. a second at Sans
Soiici. a third at Ilerlin. a fourth at
Charlottenlierg and a tilth at llreslau.
( n n -moving to i-itlur of these places,
he had only to make a nole of tl.e page
at which he had left off, to pursue it
without interruption on his arrival.
Accordingly be always bought live
conies i f t ;e 1-iK-ks he chose to read.
F.a; n stii'.-ss of pni'iiose can spring
only from strong conviction, i here
must be v.icillatioii where there is
doubt: but in order t vigorous action
there must !
ith. The aiHisties of
doubt can not l-e tne ministers T tiie
(Josjm-L Kvangciicitl truth leaves an
impassable chasm lietween ilself and
a'l other truths. It holds within itself
the iH.wer of t-.e c'nrisn i-i ch'.raet.-r
It is not v. hat people c;it bin what
thev digest that makes them strong.
It is not what thev gnin but what they
save that makes them rich. It is not'
what thev lead but what they remein-:
ber that 'makes tlicni learned. It is'
not what they pn.le.ss but what they
ptactiee that liiiikes til. m I ighti-o'-is.
Tin- hidi.ina Supreme Court has de
rided in the suit of a church against a
member, the subscriptions made on
seii. lav cannot be collected by law.
nshiiig'.ou Territory voted on a
:uii.l-t-l it bv a
tV-j t J c!:e.
. p MU it uamJB
TAKE AND LIVE.
wtti. fVl Tir,rx-no Sarf
uiiau uia. uiwi
Tue following' letter is from A.
Roberts, if. D.. Philadelphia. Pa.:
Ii a most valuable retnedv and the
liest I have ever found for Scmfulaand
diu-ases of a scrofulous nature. - I
have lately had under mv treatment a
little girl. Vannie II., sited five years.
For the last three yean she has been
suffering from verv sore eve : was
scarcely a'ole to see anvtlime, the
liirltt eausin? preat pain, the liils were
olten glued shut with matter, tshe had
quite a number of bard lumps on the
sides of her neck, the Klands being
swollen, some of which were open
and disc-harping pjis. The child was
verT weak and pale, lost all appetite,
and was sinkin:; rapidly. I prescribed
your Lucupia and did liot allow her to
eat Rreaiv food, in a short time the
sores on the nerk stopped discharging
and were soon healed. The eyes ako
soon pot well, and she was enabled to
lear Hie light and see perfectly. I
had told her parents to use the Laeu
pia even after the eyes and the sores
cot well, so as to purify the blond, but
lieing poor, they stopied the Lacupia
loo soon, and being exposed to all
Winds of privations, the disease show
ed svntptoms of retumlne. Herfather
then bought a bottle of Sarsapttrllla
and iron, but It did no pood. I was
attain called to see her, and at my onn
expense bonpht three bottled of L-e-jpia.
md now she Is entirely well.
Scrofulous Ulcers and
Abscesses of the Knee
Iroia Goo. 11. Lrowu. 31". D..
AVest Ouinry St.,
Mr. K.. a uiarried lu.in 41 years of age, a
printer by trade, had chronic scrofulous ab-si-ess
of llie knee joint for six year. There
n ere f.n.r opening arouud the Joint which dis
chiirjfed a preeiush colored mutter. His face
shoved pin mly that he as of a scrofulous
diathesis. lie had been under the treatment
of several prominent physicians of this city, but
wiin no koou resuii-.. i inru iuunni c.1-1. ai-
lenitive in the muti-ria medica without effect.
I was advised by a medical friend to try your
licupia. and sccordinlv had him buy six bot-
ties. Hi-fore the fifth bottle was all used thei
sores were all healed, and he was soon able to
co to work at his old employment a well man.
! I have lateiv used tt in a c.-vseof scmfulous ulcer
. in the breast ol a lady. She had been suffering
jwithtt for thirteen "years. After six months!
treatment with the "Lacunia. the ulcer was
healed, and she says she never felt better in her
. tile, in my estimation tne i-i- iu-ia is me oest
remcdv every discovered for ail i.iMtis of serof
: u'oiis disorder, and I think bie tluir is not far
' diitai-t when the pntfevion g-ucral y must rec
i ogi-.ize u.
i lis e .-'.-.n your I. e-u. 1 1 i
reijue-iled me lodo, an-l a;u i:i
liail it the ln..t remedy 1 h-iv
e'eaiisirilf :,n. I purifying li e '
port one reiitaikalilc case :
.--.-.-.d alrfint 4t years, whs
A.' tr!a'., a- yon
to sy that
ever L-i-d for
msI. I wi'l re-
. Jira-iiil K11I111,
I Willi a e.vn-
rerotis tt:mor -lince Ap, il. IsTa. Vhe tumor
-rr.-w verv nittilly. nnil caused her creat alann.
kind-i o? nalvcs mill internal remedies, recoin-
iiieiH-vii 10 uer o tier 1:11 in: .. hi., ti sun con
tinued lii prow. She caP.-t -.:.a 1 irave
her the hott of Laci:j.i . ...i ... . I tunin
notire.l th:.t the swelling w-is Koine down and
tie- pain le.ivtnc. She continued to use ir, nnd
I was siirniise,! in fiuj her well in a short lime.
I.a."ii-iia i- -.e-l.ilrilv a creat r-nicdy for bicod
, UKfisofv f;f t ho Sf;ain
; l v..i. over simecii jcars alieCii-d tiith u d;s-
ease of il:.-walp. Tiie docturs called it J'ltv
t rinsis. It .vas a conslant ;iiuit,vaiiis; to me, Im
j ins iiu! ..lily r.ir.Iiued lo my head. I.i:i often
. spread ov. rot her parts of mv Isslv. It eoni-
rnein-eii Ir. :. valv sibstance resenii.lhijr
dandrulf. il-al!ieriii at the riots of the hair.
Uii n-iiiwin' tliis scalv suliotahce tiie skiu ap
peared as liii,ui-!i it was intlaiiied. and Die spot
:is soon covered by a lien crop like the first,
often a kind of scab would form. v.hich some
times extended down over mv f orf head. " 1
tried a ereat many remedies for It. and went to
M-v.- ork and consulted a Droniiiieiit piivsician
tliere. He prescrilied for me, and told itw tiie
I only remedy that would ever do me anv cood
I would be one that would remove the ui"eae
Iniin mv blid. I i-oke to him of your l.:u u-
! Ili 31 I lull ...... it ...li-&rli.i .1.. ei.. I
-hiiul.l try his rented v. and if that did not cure
1 should try the Lacupia. I used it according
lo the directions, and soon found thfi the scales
were diving up and tiie dandruff deposit
s!opied foniiinu, and atter the sixth bottle
am happy lo say that my head is clean and:
well. I can with plea-are recommend vi.ur
l..sipia as being a valuable medicine.
Krimi . .1. Fi'i-er,'
. li. II.. Albany.
i ' '
As a ton!
in chronic dlscusi. I have found
I-ii iina to have no enu j. an I will send you a
JVeited 5 IF'
a ,. p .. .
Iritlamri'iation or Tonsils and,
From ir. II. llillcr. Philadelphia. Fa.
In diseases f.f the throat r.nd tonsils I find
jlhc LiuupiA a 5U"siiniie lor many ot the
, disaereeai-ie remedies eeneraily ued in these
! diseases. In s-coiiilarv svi.Uu-i it his no equal.
b--i:i? a si-i-.ije ;..,i e.--sy lo lake.
From .1. II. Xeli. il. I).. Pittsbui'S-, Pa.
I have tried your Laeupu In a ease rf
Chronic P.ht-umaiim. and led satisfied that,
there is no better reineiiT to counteract this
rebellious disease. I liave'latelv had a case nn-
lier treatment which baftled every remedy
trifd until 1 gave her the Lacupia. which had a
bappv effect and soon relieved the pain and re-
j su.rcd the p.-.tient to rmiancnt health,
ooia ov an uniginstSoi
.e --s a
$ per Bottle; 6 Bottles fcr $5.i
J. B. HART MAN, Prop'r,
WINES AND LIQUORS1
9. Pn V
Comer Room in Ssney's
Block, opp Shawfcan House.
FINE OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEYS.
WINES AND CORDIALS,
AH of the Choicest Brands.
ii FOB 8.LE BV HEASJSE 0 SAMPLE.
FINE BOTTLED ALES
Call and Sample Goods!
And be ronv!ned
the tEST iu t!.-
thtt thrj are
A LARGE STOCK OF DOMESTIC AND
' Cigars and Tobacco3.
HTT A TwT T A TT TT! Si
i ft y the bottle or glass. Don't forget th plsee. j
ZIMMERMAN & CO. !
I atu prepared to fumbu the public will.
STEAKS of all kinds, KOASTS, SALT MEAT,
and everything usually found In a first-class
Market. All my stock Is selected w ith care
and my butchering is done In a cleanly man-
t'uiirxd see me.
May 2T.. -.
Cor- Washington and Parry 8U,
Entrance on Perry Strttt.
Mscazlnes. Music and evervtlilnj In the lint
of Book Hindine done by me in the best of style,
and at reasonable rates. Old Book r-boad-tiive
me a call.
L. W. ZIMMER.
eeoeUi are Celling ai-4UiUleli u.l .Shmo wbo
are not oaot to be wlih lb wonrtcrtul nH-nrs u
that ftret AmrTinn Keenf i:y. th
TOE WATJ AND BEAST.
This liniment crynitnrallyorI!nated In Ameti-
ea, where Katare provides In her Ubormtory sacl.
rsrprlsln aotldotes for the instadles f her chU
Cr. n. Its fame has been spread! foe S3 jers,
-mill now it cnclrck-s tio habUabl globe.
The Kexlcaa Mrstanj Liniment Is a motehlm
: "mcdy for U extern tJ allmenu of man and bewt.
lo stock owners and f anaeia It la taTaloable.
.4 s'nslo bottl j cf :cn fires a tnxu life or rr
;:or. s the n'hilne-i of n excellent bone, ox, :
ww, or sheep.
It cures font rot, l,oofiL hollow horn, grab.
ncrr-tr-vrorro, thonldcr-rot, mange, the bites and
stlsgsof polsoeoss reptiles and iasecfs,andTei7
such diaT. tact to stock breeding- and bosh life.
It cares every cx'.crmA trxrabte of horses, sool.
ts hunenesa. ti ratclK, srlnar, sprains, founder. ;
Thelli xlcr.n;;u-:ia;L:unnt Is the qulck j
care la tha ttctM fer Occidents oeeurrlni la tw :
fanUy, la V.m tLcsce of a physSdaa, sock as j
bcr5, scr.Wi. fprila;, cots, etc., and for rhenam j
Usin, ar.d r::-acic3;c ailcrl by cxpotorc. l's
It I . t!:c clicap-rt reir.:-.ly Is ta world, for h .
::-:m:.-sth.-irsrel.- t. the bonr, ar.d a slntte j
i n''. - Hon y. p r.-rr.::y vjeiclent toenie. I
Jtusii-r I.to;:.xat Is pot np la tare
w. .cf l.:itt:- i, t:-J Ur.w ones belli proportion.
eniin-it'-iitrti'tt. Sul4 ersry whero.
K VERY FAMILY
...:'l he Mf-ft! -t ; !t t!mt s with a
r. :::.-.!;. ; .rti.i.s :..ive-1 tii'-.-!t. f .r Qve In
ri.s.- of siv;.. nt. it v.c:l a- !.- tl-.e many
i.d.e Kiel i ii.n.l i.:-' lit!.!.' t.. No im
i iy has v'lv. n -.u i-rf. -I -a'.;s:i.e:ion ii
ev.:ry tr'.sl as the Cur .e. Iii ro.iS.!rg this
-f'nnte L'now it -ari 'j siil.stnntlat.st
i y -. Meiice of the ir.-i-: positive cliara-ter.
Ti:o CXZXtTIVK 1 aPuua
cia for I! Iicitm .'Uisn, 3Tenral.
rI:j. cl;il"si, ervous llcatl
ache. nipktlieria. Sore
Threat. tttis. M ounds, Burns,
Scaltls. Howcl Coinplainln.
I)yo;sia. Toothache. Ear
ache, or wherever there 1st
pais: iti' inflammation.
Tiie ( TftATIVE Is rea-tllv lak-n by old
and vouii. and I'.r external Use its Mr4i,
ixiaj lLriueine loiikes lc the tuo-t ilesirablo
ti)-lie,Qe for familv use ever produced.
Givs it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
N-J.U BV ALL DBIWCIST.
i : ;rr:::Ai c:.. zitrtixzL s.
58 MARKET ST 58
All Kmwt wf
Dent n tha Shertett
Notiea, is the Bt f ty!
fth Art, tn tt
Ft Sttim PreitM.
Also a Sitlendld Assortnent of
Job Type, and employ ncae bat
TTI Iltf A
pa)er an(j inn
Our Wftnt !
If yon want rasters,
Ifsroti want Kanelopes.
If yon want Mill Heads,
If you want Slatemeuts.
If yoa want Box Labels,
If von want Note Hes.
If you want Show tarda.
If yoa want I'ertineates,
If vou want Rail TlckeM,
If vou want Irocramme.
If yoa want IsotUe Labels,
11 you want Aaction Bills,
If you want Calling Cards.
If yoa want Letse-r Heads,
If you want Bank Checks
II you want Hhlupluu Cheeks.
If yoa want Wed-lirig Cards,
If yoa want Business Cards,
If you want fampblets Printed.
If yoa want Bunlness Circulars.
If yoa want Job frlntiog of any description.
Executed Id a most satisfactory manner
Call at or send orders to the TaiaufcE OFFICE
Wlll find tae TUfBUNE the best and cheap's!
medluru for reacliliiK the people of the larife
section of eoaotrr. the trade of which la tnhu-
tart to Tiffin. The wide titeni oi temtory
which lu circulation covers, aa wall the eiaas
ot people by whom It is taken and read, make
It an especially valuable aid to the reneral ad
vertiser, and we shall at all times be (lad to
produce eonvinclDC proof from former patrons
of what they have accomplished. Liberal
terms are offered. Estimates will be furnished
promptly on appUcaUoe.
(Tkis Is ts-FM.i
Rates of Subscription
.FUEL OF rOsTAGZ;,
One Ttar "
Call on w for mnrk at Lo Irirr-
LOCKE & BRO. - - Tlffln, Ohio,
i R BUN
juu i I lining
01 IrOOua tu Jo.
HATS. CsPS. BOOTS !d SHOS. s"k
And hive ie:els ct
! HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
Aad a cceii S:o ;
Gent's Furnishinff Good?.
Give os x call.
No. 5 Empire Block.
Tiffin Marble Works.
if Ani-Tiir. i.i
ALL CIN'US (f
Done to arder at price as ivw as the lowest. ;
Works ob Washlhtftoa t-treet, sear bridge.
cut tf. '
Ik THE TLACK FOB
And School Supplies, suea as Jj"
PENS, INK, SLATES, Q
Aad everything used lu the School
School Books Covertd
With Fl.te Tinted Rook t'orers if
booiihtof rae. Hor.'t foriicl place.
East Market st.,
InrM Mfkm frtm at Cirubi Extshtaa i for ;
i -1 mf .wmSiiii 14 mJ jbiriL 1
.r mad. At our S)im r tr4e-nwrk to ctcMry
Ibiwm4 oa Interior r-oaa. ttmt J-tHrmm't Bt m
oo arorr nlac. ttuid by &a Aomlm. SimI for Maanl,
tne, ta C. A. Jicusx A Cd J.'-i, IVUnixis;, Vs.
HAS OI'EXKU A flXI
! SALOON AND RESTAURANT!
la Snc)s Biock, VsMhiutun Siiect, and 1U .
kee) :hs bar stocked wil'j the
Beat braluN ot
;ale, BIZR, Wir.ES, LiQucns,;
AI'. levers t ifce l.rTer:
m e "-tv lo f.f&f."
-iri: M.vl:i-d I--
Colfl LunchM. Ssridwichei. Lie.
Solved e.t a'-' b-X TS ud r.l ;! iKti.--
.. T..- Ji-fin-ir r.-'r 1:-. er.r
, (Uetlt. a.'.-l acu.d to ll.eei mil i.i
friewds. ;!v us a c.'i.
.Tl.li S kiS.
Look at This!
Patrons' Supply Store;
In Tiffin in adiiitlf.n lo kerlr.e a Full Line of .
: UKCCtKItS, lIALDW.VKt. Shells i.i v-rv
dosiTtoilun, are now seiiluir the. K
Hl'BBAKU KtArKK and
factured at Fremont, I ibio. The MASSII.LON
HAKVKsTtK. with Automatle Wire hinder,
and Minnesota One Man Cord binder Altai h
meiiL l-'iva DirrraKM srti.ru iv Ci-ns
I'Ujvh, Ciieck liow and tinll I'l:ir.t-rs. for
one and two herse. Iiorr.lv A Nvm.-.n's Sreel
and Cast Mows, tiale I 'liilled pl... Vn t'.n.
St. Joh! am l;ri.n-v Sssisu Ma-
(H :!.. ETC.
Leok to yottr Interests z.A cxiciLi- ot..
ejod lielore pun liasirtf.
No 3 Nat. Hall Block.
I.-.'IU . I . I'AliU. A lil.
H. S. WENNER & CO.,
Jefferson SL, Tiffin, O..
V lls'l.il-l. -
Have on baud a lari-e tnd ne ! -:k of
Carriages, Buggies I Wagons,
ft S ErJEIlCO.
Crockery I Glassware
JOHN N. JENTGEN,
Crcckery and Glassware Stcrp
o..., -n.t ea South VCi hinft
i nouneestothe public that he ,!! keen
band tor sale eterythin usually kept In
I Brst-class sto-e of this kind. . ' ,.
K-rr.fcii.tr llu- pU-.-. hi sT s TLfi. Iv.
?Jm EE. U E nu. I IKE III. 1 m
Years' Experience 1
ivi:i C. U. Siv.ij exprrieac i.- 10 I
viurk anil are the M.Kt !.! Ttt-le. K.:y :.';:'.:iii.'ir.
hi? ir.;irt t. niak ?uch w.-im :!:-;, li:- ini.;!.,
years career i:i ih
jr".nc ahre..l a ?.
WJU.il Sot "l
c;rr. i r-;-. l.
n-nriy a.iv if
' .'.:.:i'?y :u
u ! v.e
W "w v'f iSi
MIj. bul ".in-,
mrbine5 to nl
have corn? ha'k or.
with pxor gtvnl-;. V
t'j whom hr !' r.;-
lus e':!!t!.e hc:ae he 1
rrj 't tiie cvsis he '.d
t-.n-.i ai.J he rt.:iM n--r h;-.ve i-i.m.Mii.-.i lit tile ht;s:n!- -li
J:.-;:-i;i';.!-i ..." r. .l r''?'-r''tKv. i-.'.u I yireti In-m
Frotn which en!.jner esn hare a e--.i l
Tiffis, Ohio, U yuu want a GiKnl :vt. 1 setn ii.iri:
A LARGE SUPPLY CF FINE STEEL SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
Warranted to ba Good or no Sals.
;p T'ffn liM V- irrwins ct
H.u i wt i, n .ja rsrt perfect
- rh.r.n i ?h.- rr.i-i? and it is
nr." unr.rg ha t3:ron
i i mil no r.KM m any ttr.m, tif
; llcUiao btaea hz, be
? e a a I &.
-it u b pirtl. :ir ei
tis l:tft-l oct the ntt. n-.m he '
it rta he hjw
- er-11 on or tdAiess
la ita::ecriua h iu
C. K. tTtww
l.'iNStSTi Oi- AS
Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, Camp Chain,
Patent Rockers, Lounges, Loolticff
and Pier Glasses,
Ve w;'d piaie Scial Trices for the next tlil.fr d.-vs.
IMMENSE U Of
C. M. YERK & Co.
FINE CANDIES AND NUTS OF ALL VARIETIES.
Staple Groceries, Ham, Choice Cigtrs and Tobacco.
WARM MEALS 0. LUNCH; AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY.
ISpayth's Block, opp. Court House, Tiffin, 0.
THIS CUT REPRESENTS THE FARM
Of Jacob Baum, SL Paul, Fickaw.y County, 0!iio, Htdqtd by ft Drytoa
Hedjje Company, No. 383 West Third Streuf. Dayton, Ohi.
i' i,. ,4T.;.!.-'-.:'F,'!.,'--. -ete- - --i
V- -: ' 'i t ' .?f f?; - .-r -
a$ yy-:tvv . : sw''s-'t hf -
P. St vi I.. I"ic;.atta Conntv, Onto, Atvusl 19, 1STS.
71. i, i f e ni.'v lh it Iii-- itriVint Comiwa pl:inied Si- r,Is of brdxliis tor ue, til the sprlnC
ol l:i,wiiii ii li-.ry hi::, mi .i. pl isiied. K'ired .(own ui'l pruiieij. ilurinii tne aeasua of 1kt aca
whUi i - eiiiisScie in evert particular, and turns all Kind, ol stock small and large. The said
r.iiiipacy also u:io-.!'ju n o.. !:i llo- sirli of 17.1 wuh IlUe f.id sm-cess. and which I eaa set
is rtmi:K spien.t. i y : i,'id I ha; e fjrtl.er cl.en tin m a is.nl.-ai t lor the seawju's plantim "t laTT.
V"r u:v ...n.iie'.e ii-.iire. a it Ir ft l!ic'r "ijiertem-ea li.iinls. 1 would not accept eve doilac pec
! :.L-1 1 r. -.il -.ill '-I il. i a-j. -1 -s f. d II. a! Ihev are tiie rluht ineti is til nzht place.
Jacub Balm, sluce ilcead).
Ccctara, O., Septembet Jih, 1TT.
Alter several iili-::alln4 fn.in Mr. iMitail. I visited and eiainiiied several hedie In tho
.leiultv of r.-sMue, piviesi iin.i l alne.i a.-cir,in
I a t. oiut' y i-i-l :
a failure. I
-ceerfaiiy ?iay te
- I had ever een. t'-at I a:ti throu::lilt
miiesi a -r. whi:
: they oce.ipv
U-i:.ics"d and ie
hi u i i; v iu :.
Ormisr, O.. July ;t. irr.
1 procd to It Jhle to st it! that I hn.ve Ind n old neleeted hcliro itimmedi trained and
wired down by the Hilr-e Compai-.r. aecwlini; o their plan of operatii.it. The plan laeenainljr
a womlerl-.il sue, y-n, iw, veil as ajfreat rel-.nn .n lii-.l-ln. prodaciiiu a uiurtl.ude of stiuoSs at th
irround. apd in-ji.l:i? it fi t.'iick at the base, where it i most needed, that It la an utter Impose
I.i .ity lor anv thins to tzo through. It is only nis-esary to be seeu W. beaopreelnteil. 1 ton sails
ttd t!.u! ih.a i ox ;:-.' ij caauo: Le too si-'I iiatnmizcl raiuf tkiu.
I ' 7 .tjl 'S ' i ,! i" -SS-
'J tS-SUs'-: f-iir. -t'l -
i.e - :
TLi-i ei:ts rei.re-r::ls a hi de of which lit
irre.-s al ".e ti;e itdhhu ami pnincu. n:
...... ,...,...... I ..:;ert . -lla.i-.er I liseil
eililtr ta.-lll Wiril anerileil UessCIOer Sleel -wire. .lie ,r;i srruuu irj,,rwmT u.iu me
without ti e imi-rnveiueuti inaiteou il ty ijco.liutf. wiring and pruning.
To all Whom ir no Lovrf ux : ... .,..,.
This is tocerl fv that li.e ll'Vae t'oaipafiv. de-.irous of having Iheir plan tt LuHuli.t Osac
Otan -e Hedges v', d te:..e the f. rmeno Craw.'onl couniv.al their Sih Aobiial ir. did Sal
ter tie s-iir.e lor ei! iW'iou. A Committee was appointed to report thereon, who on book i
ni.n'.e the f.dir.v. il.z replut :
llav.l.z Seen ine
luliy recu.ii.- I 'j.tUe r e :,,r a ;
ui t rd!u!
L. C. ClIAi-'liLUd. Eecrt'jay.
A rr!, ii!: ere. hate examined Hedges that wero
liedce Cfirapaut, and lound tneia a.1 and more ihsn we eipcc'.ed. A t-J'l'"r.
th.-s svstem. cannot fall to re.n'.t !n a fence that will be a complete protect!, no f? " ?
of stock. We re.ssrBre.enri tl:ii system to lU. xbowidj it to be Uie wsn how wanted wr in
S.S.Vill, MoRoav Err.i . t :ah tTilH, St Tsnot, Ota-
Ttrrrx. Onto; fytofterTlh. r.
We. Ibe utidtt.sltmeu Iiiflrwsry I-.reelor o. se
1re,l o ininil veral i.( Il.e ri't.-v Ha. -
rrp.nr. W'.sUte M 'he r-nrt o, tji:s e taminas: on : y'-r e-;r .. - S
- - " - - - - . . -
,-ct orde, diirt-it !he remainder M heirex's..-e. V 'j:t
-.a Li.d sou..! t-c r.' a.c-i io tc e.e.-v n-
. -ii a i
e-.: rr.Lhlii-I. Of ihe V- tr.3in.e..
.it"! bv th I.-svf.n 11- ilL-e f .nioatv
the pl.si.s a
a-i-l verv deaiRtbie" indeed. We linth.-r
ini.eil SlIQpt.Cea M'J UWf fit H-T, il-J r
tins ci. r::p:.n to !.. i.-.'
-r :u :U v.1 ,-.c i:.l h..e oplcr.ler n Cods vi the Htd.
T.f.TTmc. October Rh. tt
I in. pie-v-l to 5tal that 1 fc:.w , oeeaaiow t- -mice Hednes that bate 2'
!.-siiiert r.d prone.l bv trie Uavtou Meil,:n 1. .mpanv. iheir !ta ul .limSJa f fH.HZL '
lor io anv.h.ua liiat f 1,-ve ever weu in tte wav u! KHrlnz. rerdertnit; the trttjiioinj terj eaay
Hit conip-r'i iti llio lid st;j vste.
pMiy. -: Itcn nr ort!-r fr.r iri thc.is;t
Ocr.enl Micacsr srd 8o!cioefr 3nca Couftis: RMdai.cs Jaaetisa af WslajiI ad taa
dusky Stnats. Ncrth End of Clly THRn, Ohia.
i uie paxeiu ased oy tne uease company.
in oti Miyie ot neuKco auu o;ieTeu .iien do
bt this Compant are such an Improtemeert oter
roiivliirrd tra: their be.lf. will mm all kllliioof
lesi. himi-c and can oe easily kept trltnine.1. iu
- :t place. a. t. aioaacrx.
--:..-. s - si' - - . -i
v e-i -er c-e it l
.j rjf-. oj.s. i. .. . - -
lit -.-ri..,i ij lr'-l at so an;Te of frca 30 to 4t do-
i t eudinx the iii.tuU. and the other man fasi-
llr-u;es juia oy .lie nmc vmniiwui .
ma. as the hoard may direct.
K B. si oss err, 1
i. IL w Kin ut. Canxaanea.
J. 11. WllUiIU!!, )
Mr. Vtastos, Otno. Septeasoer rta. lrr.
- .w tlie Kerreti. V of Uie AUOS t OtlOlt Boarw
bent, wired, ar.d nrweed iCJilied plashlna) O? 'tn
- jeea cornty. vn.o. ao "jruiy . "a'tll
I.r - 1. trj.ni-. alia pronco o. ... .,... s--
.1 . .k , t . . nMffri Bra am
s-sie ,,v "f--;- VI r rSCMXXa.
Lew i SrtTLSs.
V.TTTCA. Oir?0, October Sd,
Allied, rr modeled and pruned, aeeordjnt
..... ...eii-i aWi n. n n f in f .vram
Wf naa ir-in Uirsi4.i ... , I ;
nate thai the oronlnt oi tneae m-ucr. a .cit
r.sed to r -commend the system nd storK r
(II MSll .. . -s --- -
Omar t, O., Ohio.
O. P. FsxtJt.
I X, VI . n -
acooaimeu mn, we. "-L'"-"- -'
lis ol tUeir ICBie. e- .