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FRANCIS M UR1'1IY'S FAMILY.
WrH MR, CIGAItRUD SO M UCII PUlt
CONVE1tTI U ) It U Vk'11ITDS.
The Tomperanco Apostle's Charge and
His Dependont Fanily." -One IIundred
and 'frty Dollarr; a Week and Bioard
at t,ho Best Hotel.
[ Xcio }'. Ti s I
"Havo you ever ee'i Frlaneis
Ir'phy ?" asked a gentleman, re
cetly, of a Time. reporter.
"h\1'ich Murphy ?" wits the couln.
tor-question, as the reporter ment -
tally recountod various Murphys in
various wards of the city.
"Tho gr'at apostle of onlpepoance,
originator of thu 'blu badge,' and
The reporter admitted that ho
'4[ havo. Both him and hi family
-and an amusing time I had of it,
too. It was too funny to keJ).
You see, I was ip at Round L,tke
a few days ag() to look over the
grounlds and take in one or two of
Chaplain McCabe's meetings. When
I got off the cars, the first porson
I recognize was Mr. Murphy, co >l
and conteted I found that, he
was sponlding tle Slimmer at the
camp-ground, 1iprincipaully becau';c
Ie was to con1du'et a t national miceet
ing of the Muirphy tenpran15ec
workers t hero soiu I imo this
month. Iin the course of co1v trs:
tion I jokingly ask, d Mr. Murphy
how it was iatlmi11 that. sl-iteful pt-;'
graph which hidi lect g.ing the
rounds plttting Iis terIm.s of lato
amon;g the 1aitfIorl drinkers at
'$150 a week and board at the bes
"Oh, that was a breach of Coni ti -
denco," said lie, 'ono of (ose I hings
tat might hiappet'n to any li
w'hon his c'onfitlenpe is )a;racvecl hv
a p'rsOl whio ought tc I ia
Christiani itit an h noril O man.
A single s50ntenlce wis pieke.l c t1 of
a let;ter' and given t o the l;pe r
Besides, I never wvrote or aw tIto
letter. It was sent by my m
is my socretary, when I w s l ,l\
lecturing;. They must hitve 1ug- hl
the pr"ico too higIi, y1u sugg;;;est
why, sir, I ai only itshamiledi that I
put. it so low. My tim" is well
filled with leCture;s tt :100 a night..
and I had ;100 Cngafeeint.s tat.
I was about to 'efuse to r.o to
Hartford for the 1)1111ry 1"n of
$150, two lectures a lay' 'fIr so-,-(n
days, my son's serVices iniluded.
My soi put that ill ilout the htel
because we liavo V been 'hm,i ie1l
around' all we p1r11ose to he. I
put the price diowi simply because
I do not w\ork for money, hut to
fulfill iy mission, anti e IliC -f
H-artford seemied anlxi21us to ha-e
me come. Yet, with afauj' i
seven chIildireni eniirely tdel ticfl
uipoi nc for thieir snpport)t, I canno
do wor)1k for 1no1thing. I owe a pa
rent's duly to mny c'hildr'en.'
"I was awe.ro1' thait Mr'. Mm-iph:,
had a family, but dlid not klamw [hit
wer.e ebuilgmlg tu hime for' su1pp)ort.
In suell (ca1o tever) ~ .h( ut
recognuizo [liat the parenlt's first
duty was to themi.
said Francis, as a tal1l, stalwai.t
yolung man11, app)arent ly about 21
years of age, came up. TIho son
addled his explaniat ion as to the
letter, anld prlesently I took mry
lev of thlem1, thinlkingo that at
least one Murphy, .Jr., wa'is large
enough to (It somei(thinig for himself
if worst camtle to worst.
"Al1~l t.ho aveniues at Round Lake
run in circlels, or Seem to, as they
brimg y'ou aroundt again anid agalin
to the same ploint- Ilence, shortly
afterward, I sudldenly3 camio uipon
Mr. Murphy, with one side guardedt
by the son I had met, the oter by
a second stalw1art youth, near1
enough like the first to h)0 his twini
and unmlfistakably a Murphy.
"Ah, let 11o inltroduco von t.o
anoether of ur.' sons5," said the
apostle wam'ily, and with a few
words wCt par ited agin.
."Half anl hourt later, I was be
wildorod at meCetinig th roe strong
and heal thy looking young men, al
about the sam1o size, andl apparently
about the samoi age. I knoew they'
woire Murp1hiys, but couldl not tel
which ono I hiad not hooni made
acquamiteod with. One of the two
who know me sottled the matter'
aund they pafss'ed on1, loav'ing moe
wvith rather confused ideas respoect
ing Mr. Murlphy's dependent family.
Throeo such sons as that ought to
support half a dozen fat.hers, I
0clajunod, .Rut the end w~as not
"As I walked into the~ restaulranlt
-not a very good 0110, by the way
-at noon I was beckoned to by a
young mnan whom I instantly re
cognized as8 0on Murphy, t'houigh
for my life [ could not havo told
which one. Going over to his
table I found myself in a nest of
Muhrphys. Besides the three whom
Ibhad seen before, I now becno
acqlutinted with it Miss Murphy, an
interestimg young lady of perhaps
eiglteon 131mn)io1ers, and with a
youngster of ton, who ovidently had
ctugit the 'board-at-tho-l)st--hotel
disease, since nothing iin tho res
taltl'tnt would sat,isfy hin.
'-Ev'1 yblody It totnd Lake goos
to the <depot to sOo the traiti coie
in. 'Tihat. is about tho only amuse
mtent they havo. So I went with
the crowd, having for the moment
forgottenl tll about the Murphy
family. As I was stepping forward
t.o ineet a friend I found myself
;tldelnl,y surrounded by a cruowd,
tnd t f:iili:ir voice said, 'Allow me
to iltrodtuee you to my brother.'
"A glanco revaolecl the form of
anotber-a fotlti stalwart Murphy,
a tI'entl.y not a Ionth younger or
oior tiin any of the other three.
It was too nuch. In despair I
askled, almost fiat tringly, A c
there any nlore of you boys ' Werc
you qumittplet.s ?' The answei
)egan: ' e;, fi, thai o is onc
more--' and thOI I fled. I could
not stan<d any ilnoro Mtrplhy in ont
da.y. You catn see the point to min
st.or, I hope. .l comltdod, at
perha il y Nui would in my circum.
stances, that, if these great. health:
1 ovo, all growln, were dependei
upl)on1 Francis Murphy for thei
sttlpp)ort, they ought not, to be, ant
it wcould only be fair play for then
to turn about and itl)po't him."
For Disoasos of tho
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs,
Asthma, and Cone
The reputation it has attained, in
colsecquence of the marvellous cures it
has produced dur1-ing the last half cen
tury, is a suflicient assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In abnost every 'section of country
there are persons, ptllicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its ise. All who have tried it nc,
knowlcdge its superiority; and where
its virtues are knowt, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and suitlering pectliar
to punlonary affections. CHi.:ntY PFC
TOIIAL alwavs all'rds Instant relief, and
performs rapid mtres of the milder va
riet!es of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more f'ortuidable diseases of tho
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat atnd Chest of Childhood, it
is invIluale ; for, by its timely ise
mulhltittudes are rescuied anud restored to
This micine gains friends at
every I vial, as t lhe ctires it, is constantly
produc(hling are too remarkable to be0
forot.tent. No faily should be with
ouit It, anud those who have once used
it ne(ver will.
Eminent Plhysiciants throuighouit the
counetry prescribe it., ando Clergymen
often recomitmend It from their linuowl,
edge of Its effeccts.
Dr. 1, C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
Practical and Analytical Cheomists.
SOLD BY ALL DRLUOGISTS E~VE1WnyngRg,J
TOTAL ABSTlNENCE SH1'MG WIHE TILL IT
.TI' e isa curiouis story about some native
wmnc chicht nre extcnsively advertised nowa
days, and hlave only recently been put upon
the mnarket. Dr. Ulnderhil, the well-known
grape-grower of Croton Point, dited in J87r.
S ome of his heirs entertained temiperance
views Of such extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allowv thc stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimes been sent to
mark.et, and rometimes left to decay upon
the vines. It is only now that the otlhcr heirs
have succeeded in arranging for a settlement
of the estate and the sale of the wines on
hand. Among these Is a wine of the vintage
of x86.;, described as a " Sweet Union P'ort ''
hut suggesting the Imperial Tiokay more
than any othier European wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growih. Its purity, age and mellowness are
remarkable, and both physicians and wine
fanciers have a special interest in It as the
oldest native wine now accessible in any con
siderabile qluantit y. IThe whole stock is 'In the
Isands of the. wel-known wholesale grcry
house of the Thurbers.-N, Y, Tiue,
Nov. Z9, Z877.
The above speaks for itself, butt we would
add that this is the pure juice of the grape,
neither druyed, //guored nor watered; that it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and
for medicinal or sacramental purposes It Is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
undersigned, who will forwvard descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
A2.K1. & F. B. THURBER & Co.
West J3nadway, Reado an,d Hudson Stretz
FRIUIT JARS I FRUIT JARS I
M~ASON'S celebrated frnit Jars, with
-JL Boyda' Poreelk,in Lined Covers, for
J uno 25G . P. CrA wrn &.Cn
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The "NEW AMERICAN"Is easily learned,
with less labor than any other machine.
J. S. DOVEY, Ianoaer, 64 N
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RUSTIC WIsnoW SHADES, Low in P
will never get out of order, and will
Spring Beds, Picture Fr?ames, Pi
And Shinigles a.t i
Neatly done at modorate Pri
I keep on hand a full supply of
and Collins of the fincst finish. A1
M mistomers ]know that I have here
Sont ,h, in~ styie, quality and price
The timo hasq como when those gol
the North and West.
I do not go backwards, but, con tinuall
now styles. I hi .vo m*vlo re:lnctionsi in
ex l'Tenso to pla0 ce in your hankl a price Iit
I respect fully invito you to call and e
el- asing. elsewhtere.
Ordecrs by mail will receive as muchb al
It wouald mat:ke tihe list too large t d104
Parlor Suits, Dining Rb in, Oftieo. Sta
ries Dwarf Libraries, and Book Cases,
Thanking you for past favors, I remtair
*ftiNo charge for drayage or packing.
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CA
--AND A CHOICE
OR DEJIS sent receive the same attenti
care is given to packing. endi for C
The Patent So
(I:' *" ery t'on wo"
WIlson of tils cILy. Sc.
OfBee, 675 Br.
Corner of Broad and Washington 8'%reets,
A UGUST A, G t.
TTAS been thoroughly renovated, re
.Lmnodeled andl newly furnished. It
is located in thle centre of buainess
Teerp Offiee in the Ii otel building.
Express Office in tho sameo blook. P1ost.
Office only one black off. All ot,her pub
lie conveniences close at hand.
fat''* The Of1ice of the Hotel will be
open during the night, and guests will be
reeived or ei lied at any hour.
WV W. MOOl , Proprietor,
Rates of hoard, $2,00) per day
f"'' ozenCoats' flotton for sale al
60 cents per dozen, cash.
Jnly 27 . F, unfeA8Fw & .
IT IS TIU
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WICI 41* A
It has SelfSetting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Neyer Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Runing,
A Now an4Siniple Device
Winding the Bobbin,
Without remnving the l1trop frow
the alauco W heel and wi.'
put Unthreadlug tkeL
STho timplest, tho Most Durablee
and in every respect the
does not get out of order, and will do more wot
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. Charlee Street, 1alti*aore, Md,
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambol
Suites, Painted Cottage Suitos
Wardrobos, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureais, Tables
? Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Ton el-racks, Wash
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Design and Workmanship Un
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etures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
ricci to Suit the Times.
ces. Furniture made to order.
iletalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
io, a cheap stock of Coffins.
. W. Phillips.
toforo led the FVUlNI'UlPR trado c.(the
ean be pma'ohnsed as oheap from mc aS in
y raise the stnnrdard of my goods, and add
pnoies w herevor poss4.ible, and spared no
st that will hielp you to parchasea e',ads. ,1
KSfiOamnoy stock and prices before pur-(
tention as if'given in peCrson.
3rib)e and ec->y all the different prices of a
niding, Parlor and L 'dies' Desks, Secreta-- 'J
iia'.nnfatured1 by na.
L, yours~ resp,ectfully,
W. V. DeGRAAF,
[474 and 149, BROAD STREET,
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