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tTA SSJJSSiEEW - ' " -srYn,C ' . frT'V' r.' THE. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1890. ?;S, lit JrnteUtflCMCcr. - (eZ -,, uunr t. TMtNMAN. - m MUttUDiBTEIHltAM TOM, Mltet. OBSKT CIAKK. rimaaw. . WAJ1.Y MmStAIOKMCMt-rnblUhed vary mmtti year, but Snndsy. SstTea kT mnien la this rtty ami surreundlnB . . .. Mrmsllflrsaei- a raar la advance :cnu month. L.T IJTHI.UaKKCKB-Oae dollar aa 'nfwntiayear.lnadTfinc. IOT9B8CRIBKH-n ?.u MMsnes order, aea " """r itan ba wrueared arad In a wnuurea e-ssjmsst, , ..-..n I at um rDnoBiea,BswoM " m nrmuuxcm, Lancaster, P. tXK0AMTX,T&., April 6, 1890. ifkA ffessilaus1 Tratla. ?i,TfheraincofnegeUatlotwfor treaties reciprocity with southern countries Mglaning te uke aciinuc auapc, l-Uw Wasulngwn correspenaeni. 01 L?a Philadelphia inquirer anya mai :T"Btatne will be ready tew;nd two tWte the Bcuate before the tariff itfra reaches that body. Tltemya- i' treaties are said te be with BKtee ana tee Argentine iiepuuue, I will ebviaU the necessity or a amy i hided, lead, ores and ether southern JucU, although noexpieuauon isei- l aa te the hew or wuy. the Argcti- experts enormous quantities or i and products of the entile In- Ary, and it leeks very much its if the ppesed' duty en lildcs has been put ,the MeHiniey bin mcrciy 10 de Kkedeut for the benelit of the Ar- lUncs, who will thus have nn ailvntt ailvntt never ether ferciiriiers In our mar ts, while the manufacturers, who nre armed at the McKlnlcy tariff, will r their hides free from the south in te of it. Hut this little plan will ily werlrasapart of the commercial eratlens which it la hoped may no set 4-rtrtlrt r tt litia ifa-l1altna flf i lift I .IUUUVM MJ WIUVI MWIWU- sties, and by subsidized stenmsuip Of Mexico's sloth and sleep! ness i knew quite enough te lmve slight i of a booming trade lu tliatquar- t yery seen, but it is a relief te pass en X consiuernuen 01 me wuys uhu tns of building up a trade with wide rake, wealthy and energetic Argcu- The experts of Hint country arc t. as a rule, what we need, and ns they at make a European market for their rplus agricultural products, It muy be hard te draw their trade this way. te de net waut their wheat, corn and If, but they de waut our inauuruc- goods. and consuls report luui Myth In it American is In iireut favor ire. Our agricultural machinery, tools I engines suit the conditions efeus i their praries and freutiers ceuntrv. 11 as In our own west the dumsv I are much prefeMfcy also want our ropenn arUtfeleum. nnd there seems iberoeaseuwhy atrlammlur course kbe U should net be established from entlne te Eurone. from Eurene I Africa and then back ncnln te i Ayres. They must nav for what fell them and we need net enre hew, St that ROPina te lin Min llinnrtr nt pl advocates of commercial stimulus fwbslaized stcamshlis. The steamer iBtir;reiurn trips from the Argon Argen Argon i'te America may bring us hides and rw eiuer things, but unless they can pay te step by the way for Ura I coffee or Cuban ores the steam- business Js likely te stagger badly !lt tries te stand without subsldv. queer that the first moves of this Iratleu towards lewcrlmr the I tariff barrier should be with u ceun- that has very Uttle te offer us t Surplus Whent.cem mill nirrlmilhi. roductef the same klud tbnt we I abroad. The Argentlue experts lu f amounted te all'lltv.fniir mllllnh. nf lars, and of this seventy-six nnd u uumuiis was iu agricultural nre- Mftnd produce of the cattle Industry. i jawer amounted te mere thnn llfty- I millions. TIlPHfl nvtu.rla , ........, .J.Wllh wonderful rapidity, and the ainurai population Is being enor ener sly Increased by the rush eflmml- Jen from Europe, tempted by the ant cllmnte, fertile soil and the srnmeut offer of free lauds nnd seed 'ix dollars a month for the first Most of the iinmlurnnts are Hans nnd Spaniards. iDurQusul re- ithat refrigerator ships will seen fin Je expert fresh beef te Eurene: I passage retiulrluir twentv-flve iIuvh. ij In short, these Southerners show en- u i-uvriiy eiiunicd OtliV 111 III HIiIm l'l. -!..! II. .. i- J 4.taty will besaa wWluter- . wwv .uvuvmin III lUli-J7S- t" IfaffllTllylir Rnrmirr linmi lln. long with the stenmshin sub- ticme which bears uneu the snm ion of develaiimmit nf Kymil.,, I ... -..w.vw. fL r ' BVasv i .ZTT !lv V A MS,0U lJ" jiery rcmnrKable scene was euncled tahe evening of Geed Frhlnv. a ey of actors gnvc n dramatic i- lef the crucifixion nr rMirUt .n..i fart of the Virgin Mary wus taken woman who docs net rejoice lu a character. The incident en. I InParis and was culled the readlmr k passion play, but it appears te have vuirem n theatrical performance in the lack of full costuming. ah Bernhardt's nronesul in nr.t .. rstlc poem" en the nasslen hv eurt, a French dramatist. w l IUTIPHaiKwI litr 1.. ....1 tif. -T1. .r-vMwv w. yuv UUlUUriLlLH. she finally secured pennls , te have it read bv a cenmnnv ctere assisted by a full nwii.trn I leading theatre of Paris. She an- ed robed lu white exactly llke miner er's famous paiutiuirsef th vimin ile the actor Guniiersnokei hi lit..- irist. As might have been ex necteil flacene was sacreligieus te a U-rrlble w, out u u astenuhiug that even In i a fearful spectacle like Hint .ni.i I jbeeu received with shouts of ap ap iter the speeches of the niii.iii.mii. tbe meckiug retorts of the hlli Incredible thought it innvwm raccable dispatches report Hint actually occurred, nnd that when wr pronounced the words of the r calling little children te him aud tng te charity and repentaucc. ir. three e!ces shouted. i'iwhh.ii irlst ! Enough of Christ !" It sa eg lalth In human nature te learn, rer, tnat these cries were rebuked j ey tne auuieuce,whe rose te their lid wild excitement and ilemnmi,! ipulslen of these who thus Inter d the performance. We mmmi w the French writer mav have 4 the words of Christ iu his twvm e;nebllity of the sentiment and ttdld illustration In hlseverv ft(.t Lwerdbf All that is best In human i, claim the respect of the most uubsllever, and the man who I Uatei te hi plea for little children ftpfUtanoe and then Insult his ry as these few Frenchmen did is 9 te the race. te bay been nethluir -V about this Parisian performance te en title It te the least respect, for it entirely lacked the reverential spirit suppetrcd te govern the famous passion piny at Obcr mmergau. It was a theatrical perform ance and nothing mere, and whatever may be the merits of the poem or the skill of the actors it amounted te a sac rellge. There Is something shocking te all religious Instincts In the Idea of ap plauding the actors lu such a drama but the audlence was liberal In applause. This mny lie said te illustrate the pecu liar Irreverance of the French, but no ucenle can be mere deeply stirred by religious scullmcut, and foreign Judg ment of French wickedness Is tee often based upon the startling extremes te which a comparative few mny carry their ideas whether for geed or evll. France furnished this strange Easter Incident, warning Christians that there Is plenty cf missionary work for them nt the centers of civilization, but nt the same time let us remember the cheering fact that France has furnished a Father Damlen, and that millions of her people are celebrating Easter with nil due earnestness nnd solemnity. With nil llie mild wlnter tills Is net a very flewery sensen, but there Is bloom enough te nnke the churches bright nnd the llurlbU happy. Tin: Chicago Idea or lingo Iren and glass tent for the world's fair niftln building soems te meet with gcneral rver, as the tewer that Is te form the tent pole would be higher thnn KifTnl's and the American eagle wants te de soine lefty Happing about that time. llv the burning or the old Oroeloy homo home stead en Thursday a large jiortlen of Herace Oieolcy'scerrotpoiuloiico was do de do streyod and much valuable historical evldenee lest. In this nge of busy pens and printing presies the lem Is net much te be regtrltcd, ns the his torian will be worked hard at nny rate In sorting the enormous mass of ovldence en every historical event. .1 . ' A nintm.NKii American tiaveilcr In China has been talking te Chicago report ers about our relations with the Celestial Kingdom, and represents them lu a state se dosperate lliat If things de net speedily stepdrlfl'.t'gfr.gii bad te worse.wo. may nnd eursuhes en the brink efuar nt a very early date. The Chluese, he says, are very much provoked at our re cent attitude towards them, and If the enumeration bill new befnre Congress should pass, the emperer would rctillale at once with measures that would Wifn? -"V7U- loaiiinereamiio roiaue" .ftffals might even inuinaies nWe VKKOnl dofenseless W.WWnnceenst, nnd send a licet lireaten San Francisce. The Chinese navy liss been put In very geed shape slnce the wnr with France. and might really glve us n great deal or treuble if llin emperor was dltKsed te lie ugly and chose te disregard the luovltahle conseqiienccs which would transpire when we get ready te retaliate. Hew humiliating It would be if soine of China's modern ships of wnr, with ellleers trained abroad, and heavy guns nnd armor, should apjmnr ene fourth of July oil" the pert of San Francisce with promptery de mands for cash or concessions I Then wu would sadly remomber Mr. Tildeu's ad vice about forts and also the election prom prem ises of the party In power. rBIISOKAX,. llr.NJAMiN F. Hali.kii, Orninl Muster Masen of Teunessee, dlml at his liemu lu Memphis, en Friday. Hen. Jehn 1 Hr'a, of Minneapolis, for fer merly or this city, has been elected presi. dent of the oxecutlve council of the Phi Kappa I'sl Fraternity, at the session in Chicago. Ma reu Wkimkii, of Lebanon, has tondered his resignation te city councils, In erder te avoid any complications that might nrlse from the nlleged unconstitu tionality of the net or assembly authorizing the last election. Ham Jenkh says : ' My Ideal of a man is Jehn the llaptlst, who jumped en a king mid stomped the very feathers out of him. When he wns put lu lull he said he would stay thore until the nuts carried him out through the keyhole bofero he would mod ify anything that he had said," Hiiiam B. Sciioeii, of the Hnrrlsburg Telegram stall', and who was news editor of the Intui.uqkncku soine years age, Is reading law with ox-Senater A. J. flerr. Mr. Herr Is one of the leading mombers of the Harrlsburg bar. Mr. Schech Is roitu reitu roitu nate In having secured se nole nil lustrum' ter lu the mystorles or Ulackstone. FxTinm Scum.v, or CambridgOiMass.. has Joined with his ProtestaiiVtorothroii In the otrert te secure a bcttei-observauce or be i Sabbath. The (MnaregaUewtlM says : " e are Rlud toyecenl the Innovation and hepe te soe ItMjpeated. Father Scully has dene yceiaadi'B servlee In behair oftem eftem lerancj' In Cambridge, nnd he was wel wel cerua.1. net for hla own lubn nnlv i,,,, ,,. ns works' sake." Net VIelntltiK ttie Ceilu. Frem the Detroit Krco Press. A tramp who was mnklng his way around te the back deer of a heuse en Tlihil avr. found a man sawing weed iu the rear yard, and ufter gazing at him fera moment called eut: "Are you werklu for old clothes?' ie. sir," was tee reply, Ilalu t sawing weed for your dlnnsr? ..,," Iff, , r ... y Haven't pilt the purfesh?' ..": ?'r .. ... ' . M.Ir IV lint flrn tn ilnliin !... 1 tt.tv uliat are von ilnliif nl il,.,i v..i. pile. anywayf" J " Working at my bnsiness. I snV weed for a living." v "Oh I Then you don't bolentfT' "ise." r "And It's regular:' ,' "Yes." J "Then that's all right, auu I've no fault te nnd. When I walked in hoie nnd saw yountweikmy heait jumped right Inte my mouth. I didn't knew but it was ene of the bejs making a break and calling down the purfesh. Itegtilar, eh? Well, you keep right en nud never mind me. I'm after a warm meal and a respectable looking suit for Sunday wear, nnd lr she's the right sort era woman I'll hit her for half a dollar In cash besldes." A LAW UNTO HKItSKI.r. The Superior Sert or Weman That IMUpk In the St rout Cars Out Wust. I'rem the Detroit Tree Press. She was a little old woman, dressed iu black, and having a bundle wrapped up In a gray shawl. She had a seat In the mltldle era Uraiid Illver avenue car, and us she took out her clay plpe and began feeling for her tobacco, the conductor stepped for ward and said : "Yeu niusn't smeke here, ma'am." "Why netT" "Against the rules." "Who made the rule?" "The company." "Where's the company?" "Down at the efuce." "Well I nover allow nobody amlleaway te tell me yhen I shall or shall net smoke. Pe pet w ind en my stomach, nnd when I have it I alius smeke. Yeu kin trot right back te the platform ami be ready te fiugle the bell when anybody wants te get off," Aud she feuud a match, lighten It en the sole era solid shoe, and pulled away with a serene countenance uutll ready te get off at Twelfth s'reet. a Mere Liberal 'With Licenses. Three hundred and ten liquor licenses were granted for Pittsburg and Allegheny City Friday tilglit. The cutdewn iu the list for 'M) brought mere than 1,000 "siieak easW' into existence, and the court acknowledges restrictive tempcraiice will net de. Courting Under Dlrucnltles. At Harlan Courthouse, Ky where Judge IJeyd Is holding court with a com pany of soldiers te prevent Intimidation of the Jury, Hiram Hall has been convicted of murder and sentenced te twenty-one years' imprisonment. DAVID J. WALLER, JK. THE NEW STATE SIPERINTESDE.NT OF PUB LIC USTRCCTIOJ. Dr. McL'askay, of the " Pennsylvania Hclioet Journal," Portrays tbe Char- actor ortlieSuroeoMor of Ilr.ltlKbee. Frem l'ennayl vanla Helioel Journal for April. In touching the boys and girls bofero us In the school-room, If worthy the plare we held, we are teaching their great-grand children. If unworthy, our Influence Is perhaps nene the less far-reaching, but of this dark slde we de net new care te peak. As the sphere of Influence broadens, when called te the duty or training teach ers, or supervising their work In the nor mal schools, or within county, city, ber- Climb, or Other limits mera or Ima rnxtrirlnd. the meulding pewer, In thought and char acter, of the true tencher Is vastly Increased. inn wnen nesiannsni uie neau era great system, with Its Ions of thousands of active workers, among thorn many earnest, rev erent souls eager te de te the utmost of their ability the duty te which they have been "called," alt looking te him a their official head, and thousands among them listening for his thought, yielding te-hls thought, yielding te his gonerotts impulse, quickened by his Inspiring word, stimu lates! by his tireless energy, warmed bv his enthusiasm it requires the nrlthinotlRef the angels te estimate his influence fur geed upon his own and future generations. The possibilities of geed work In such iiesltlnu se broaden bofero us, as we i;on i;en i;on slder them, that we ranrct, but regard the department of public ii ftr icllen the most Important uiidernurstniu government, and the position of state superintendent, when worthily held much mere, when ideally filled the most Influential for geed In Pennsylvania. As the chief justlce of the United States Is the highest soateil Amerl can, higher evon than the prosldent, se the siliorlntendent or public Instruction, but in a dlffereut Held, has long sopmed te us the highest seated Peiiusylvnulnn In these directions which te u geed man nuike llfe bout worth living. What capitalist, what manufacturer, what law-maker, what editor, what clergy man or eollego president, what governor evon, In Pennsylvania however high his motive, geed his work, or honerablo and honored any ene el these men may have been has exerted nn Influence for geed nt once se glad, se widespread, se far-reaching that or our late supeihttcndentT And he wns enabled te de this himself uncon scious of his lnlluenoe, und almost nnreo nnree iignizcd by the state until he had passed beyond becnuse or the grand opportunity which the position he held, In nnd oritself, alftirds when occupied by a man of the very highest tye lu nature, lu training, and In bread nnd gener ous Christian purpose. In weak hands the bow or Ulysses was but se much weed I Se lu the hands or n weak or Incompetent man, a scir-soeker vain aud noisy, a parti san prejudiced nnd Ignorant, the Hiileiidid possibilities or this position would be tin tin renll7ed. They would be utterly cast nvuiy, nnd worse! Hence, v, lien flevci nor Heaver, recogniz ing this ns the ene otllce lu his gill most lulltieiitlnl for geed, and feeling a pro pre round sonse or the responsibility of (.hous ing the best man that could be secured, under all the circumstance or the case, was in no Imhte te make it 1 1 appointment, we uhu um commence iu ms resolute purpose te de the best he could for the school of the Htate-and we believe that he hits done It. Three qualifications or iltpcjMLucin re garded by IhaflOv'uriliTr-WessenllW In the man te de appeinted: 1. He mut be a .mini of line schelaishlp; 2. He inist lien man comparatively young, Unit hi might grew In j ears ami in Increasing usefulness logether; .1. He must be connected) with the common school weik, and a nlan of large oxperleuco iu the profession of leach ing. All these conditions wero met iu the gentleman who ha been commissioned. Dr. I)ald Jewott Waller, Jr., the succes sor or Dr. i:. i:. lllgbee, Is what he ought te be, ene of the very best men in the educational work In Pennsylvania. He Is a trained Miident, a diligent worker, a line scholar, a modest and courteous centleinan. n clergyman of reputation, a man el'utlc.lrH, rertlle lit resources and or roseluto purjiesc, and a teicher er: larire exnmimicn In iluwn lines whhh jflferil the best training for the higher llaia of labor upon which he ha Just entered. He ya lairn lu thetewn of Uloemsburg, Celurfibla county, i'.i., June 17, Ihlt). His father, Hev. I). J. Valler. a I'resbyterinn 'Mnssachuselta, 1 n native or Wllkesharre and of New England ancestry. HI mother the youngest daughter or I.evi Kllmaker of Philadelphia. Is or Oeunaii and of a.. -, f' ... HiiKueilettescent. and a irraduatn of id., Misses Iiengslteth's Friends' school of her native city Dr. Waller' 's fKrJy J sv'hoeTsjr rteeu jc.il, (slucatlen wns re. celved lu the Uloemsburg. At the age or feurtec le allow lit son better educational advantliges than could as nau in me school el hi home, hi. father sent him te M.vlln. l,i i,. I'a, the school of llev. Dr. (lavlev. 'I he year following, iu the autumn of Ibtll, he entered the preparatory department of Williams college. Here Impaired health Interrupted hi work, aud forthreo years all utility wns suspended. Though nt times recovery seemed ox ex tremely doubtful, skillful medical treat ment aud Intelligent arental care ngalu enabled him te resume his studio. In 1800 he completed his preparatory studies under Prof. Henry Carver, founder of tlm Uloemsburg State Nermal school, nnd in 1S07 he entered the sophomore class of Larayotte college. Here, alter competing succesrully ter the Fowler prUe lu Kng Ush literature, hograduated In 1870. Im mediately upon the completion el his cel- ' lege course, he was appointed a tutor in the Institution from which he had gradu ated, and ene year or service iu tliatcaiia city doveloped mere than usual aptness a , an Instructor and disciplinarian. Having the Christian ministry In view, he severed his connection with the college, spout a year in theology under Dr. Charles iteage, ei rriiiceton,,Ne' Jersey, and after two years mere at Union theological semi nary, New Yerk, was graduated, and by his presbytery licensed te preach the gos ges gos pel. He was married lu &U te Anna Ap Ap iileinan, of Uloemsburg, a giadtiate of the Klmlra foiuale eollego. Whlle lu charge of the Legan Square Presuyterian church In Philadelphia diptli diptli tlieria of n malignant type caused thedeath of ene or his children, nnd both htmselfaml his wife were stricken down by the fell dis ease. Se sovere was the attack that he was forbidden by hlsphysician te preach within a year, during which he returned tehls early home. Here, alter breathing purer air and ; resting ferjj time, hi health being partially restored, he entered upon minis terial work iu Colombia county, holding u charge that required much open air travel. In this Meld he labored with suc(cssferu year and a hair when the Uloemsburg Nor Ner mal school net having proved a success un der Its former management, the trustee In the summer of 1877, unanimously elected him as principal, hoping that under his ad ministration new lire might be infused in to It. Thirteen years nruulnterriipted pros perity attest the wisdom of their choiee Its credit has beeu restored, a new building for the model school and for recitation pur poses bat been erevtedand a large addition EKwMi'jf' WaaaaaaaB HttlaWMH ,dWM9PnaaD laWaaHp ?ibbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbb!'' V ,BaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaV'BTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaV te the dormitory is nearly completed. The elevated moral tone of his school, together with the high standing, as teachers, of Its graduates, planes It In the front rank of these state institutions. It Is a monument te the administrative ability of Its principal, of which his friends have geed reason te be proud. Dr. V.J. Waller, Jr., Is the third or feurt'j of bis name in direct llne.all of them clergymen. His father, who Is still living, is one of the most far-seeing, progressive, and practical men of Illoeinsbu nta man of great force of character, with singular fertility or reseurces: In the adaptation of means te ends, and a courageous tenacity or purpese mat taices iniie noeu or oppos ing 6nstacles except te overcome them. Much of this strong fibre efcharactcr soems te have descended te the son, iqien whose appolnttnent the state Is te be congratu lated. S7A gentleman who has known him well for many years writes as follews: "The new superintendent Is a Christian gentle man and a scholar. In Intellectual power, clearness of perception, sodndness'er Judg ment and reason, and purity of purpose, he Is the peer of the foremost of his prede cessors. He is well acquainted; with the ;cneral condition of the schools under his urlsdictlen, and It is confidently bollevod v these who. knew him best that the affalrsef his office will be administered with such geed Judgment, Intelligence aud foresight, as shall give general satisfaction te the school men or the state. " The appointment or Dr. Waller came te him without solicitation en his part, and ns n recognition of oinlnent fllness. It Is heartily approved by these who knew him, and It is most acceptable te every body connected with the demrtment of public instruction, the organization or which will, we' suppose, be continued us Dr. Ulgbeoletllt. We lake pleasure In placing before our readers an excellent llkeness or our new state suporlntendent or public, Instruction, and are glad the artist has succeeded In producing a picture se llfo-llke. In this -( -V connection nlse, It Is proper le say that Dr. n. knows nothing whatever of this nr tlcle, which we wish wero mere eomplcte nnd mere worthy or its subject. One thought mom before clesing: We are especially glad that the new supeiln supeiln tendent is net only a scholar and a toacher, but that he has hail the scholastic training ortheclorgy maii,'nud has served Ills fellow-. men worthily iu that high otllce. The best man Is he who le nil ethor (piaUties of Illness adds that of a profound spiritual sense which "knows (ied" everywhere, and llvus always ns lu the piescncu of the Unseen. I.AIIIUSASSKUVAVI'S. Sik-cchh or mi Kxporlineiit Tried In mi Kiigllsli t'liinlly. Krein the Pull Mull Unzclte. It Is se eneu said that the plan or engag ing ladles ns domestic servants doe net suceeed that It I satisfactory te hear nt least of ene case where the plan ha been tried most satlNlaeterlly bv a lady who has lulomesllo establishment both lu Lon Len Lon eon nnd lu the country. The eternal sorvaiitiuiestlon crepplugup In u recent conversation with thi li.ilJ fl.,tt,M. .. I. ..I.. ..., . I . - ' nilivnnuuiv 1 1'JU (IWIIUUI VO, ) 1 IISKC "" inu Ulan ei oineiovniL- n?r....T;.i weinen of the upper jJtaMtMiiervants had nuswered. "lUflrSboeii entirely htic cessful," wa tlm rnply, "and my servraits are new nhvays ladles. I have one, a houso heuso house niald, nehnrmiuggirl, who is the daughter of a medical man, and all of whose male relation urn piofesslenal moil, nnd who doc her work us thoroughly and ns well ns any ordinary servaut could bu expocted te de it. "Then you de net tlud that, after the glamer of novelty I worn oil-, the lady nor ner vants begin te llnd It rather unpleasant te de menial work?" "Net In the least. If they ure real Indies (and it Is, of course, only in cases where they me that it can succeed,) they will knew that menial work does net lower them. Ofeo'urse, I try te avoid giving them se-called 'dirty' work ns much an pos sible. Fer Instance, blacking grate is very unpleasant work, and ery nngrntenil woikteo, Ter the result is nover lasting and nover paiticulaily elfective. I thero there thero rero have only grates decorated with tile a much ns possible, and with the smallest part or Ironwork requiring blacking. Again, In erder te avoid scrubbing, I have the Hours covered with a material which only require wiping. A great manv ar rangements can be niade in tills way te nuike housework less hard and unpleasant, and lr we, the mlstresses, would only spend n little mera thought en tliose mat ter 1 am sure there would be fewer com plaint from and about senants. "At the same time," the lady went en, "I nhvays Insist en myl servants fulfilling f!"" "", Jvc) '.'in jllti every duty tney have undertaken te per- miii. ii ihuj- migugu ui uiacK my uoets icy nave te no it, nnd dolt regulaily nnd 'ell. Hut this does net mevent mn from nvliur them In my drawlni.remti nnr dinner nnd playing a game of whist or nnv ether game with them. Their llves are, evon under the most ravorahle elreum. stances, rather monotonous, mul where we cm put a little color and brightness into them I think It Is our duty te de it." "Theu de they take their meals with you, tee?" "Ne; as a rule 1 llnd that they prefer te take their meals together separately, ami as they have te cook nnd sero the meal thl Is a mere convenient nrrnngo nrrnnge iiieut. Hut otherwise I treat them a equal, and i have net found that they nlmse this treatment." I'lauslble ltcaHeniug, Surely. Frem the Chicago Tribune. tleueral De, cashler of the Hibernian bank, says: "Our bank lu connection with ethers closed It doers Washington's lllrlhday. We took advantage of the chance by making soine changes iu the otllce, e that my presence wa required about the building. A Scotchman of my ac quaintance came in nnd presented a pound note, which he wanted cashed. I told him we couldn't de It, mentioning that the day was a holiday. "A holiday?" he asked. "What's the nnuuayr" " Washington's Hlrthdav," I replied. " When was lie born?" I had te conies that I had forgotten. "Well," said Scotty, " It's u damn tunne holiday ween ye diuiia ken what day the maun was balm." 0 Advantages or Living In Rancor. Prem the Leu'lateu Journal. Little Johnny W 1st year old, and formerly lived In Ilanger. His parent new reside in Augusta. The ether day Johnny's natural aptitude for fun and mis chief led him te COIimilt seillll Irlllliur m.Iu- I demeanor, which was promptly rebuked uy in mother. She dwelt tiKn the fact of Ged's seeing us and always knowing what we are doing. The idea seemed te Impress Johnny forcibly and ter several mementa he remained silent. At last he breke out with : " Say, mother, does Ged see everything In Augusta ?" " " Yes," wa the solemn reply. " He sees our e ery at t." Whereupon the young sinner exclaimed " Geed gracious, back te Banger!" mother! Let's meve Van IIevtgn's cocoa The soluble. original, most (I) Time's net a iH.ck, there's net a tnln That en the tcth uotlmnce te sec, DulkluulevTn forth decay and pain, If uotremeNtsl right pMsilly, By KOZQIXiNT, whose wondrous power Works inlraeles la en snort hour, OOD'H HAtMAl'AKILIiA. Spring Kcm mere than err aeessatty this season, after the mild, aeheslthfal winter, and the an usual prevalence of the grip," pncttmoels, ty ty phetd fever, etc, leavlar nearly eyerybedy weak, exhausted and tired, flood's Barsarstrilla. I Just the melicl no te overcome that tired feci I nsr. te build op your whole system, parity yoer bleed, Impart a geed appetite and promote healthy digestion. Try It this sprlnc. " I tinve for a Ions time bees usta Heed's Hnrsaparllln, and believe me, I would net be without it. As a spring medicine It I Invata liable." E. A Knouts, ISO Ontario Street, Chi cago, III. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla ' " Karly last sprlnc I was very much run down, had nervous headache, felt miserable nnd nil that. I was very much benefited by Heed's Barssparllta and recommend It te my friends." Mrs. J. it. Tayi-OiOHB Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. " I take Heed's Hnrsapsrllla as a spring tenle, and I recommend It te all who have that mis erable tired feci Ins;." C. 1'armklkk, at9 Hrldge Htreet, Droeklyn, N. Y. N. II. He sure te get Heed's Harsaparllls. 100 Deses Itcltoteuc. Rt:i.lUIUUH HKUVICEH WILL HE HELD In the following churches enMunday, In the morning at lfcllO, in the evening at 7:k Hun day school at l:V p. m. When the heurladlf- fcrent Itlscspcrlally noted ihkw uiiuitcn. Hervircs and Rnnday school te-morrow morning at the usual hour. In Leng's hkw uiiuitcit, bnlldliiir. Ne. 10 North Oueen itnwL tlNITKD UKETIIIIKN IN CHRIST, COVCNAMT. West Orange nnd Concord streets. Kev. C. W. Hutsler, pasmr. 1'ralse service at 0:90 p. m. KVANOKi.lOALCUUKCIt.-ltev. M.D. Albright, pastor. Hunday school at 2 p. in. l'raytr and praise service at e..T0 p. m. Divinr service en Hunday morning In the Rockland street school building at 10)4 o'clock. Holiday school at 2 p. m. KVANORi.tcAt-Klrst Church. nev. 1. K. l'hr, imsler. Ucrmati In the morning. Sunday school at 9 a.m. ui.iVKT IIaitist niitmcn-East Vine near Duke street, Hev. M. Krayne, pastor. UI.IVKT Mission 'ill East Frederick street. Hunday school at 2 p. m. llEi;eitMKii-HT. LUKR's-Marletta avenue, Itcv. in. K. Llrhllter, pastor. Easter services : Karly service at a. m.j Hely communion In the ineriiliiK: Hunday school at 2 p. in. ; festi val ner Ice for the Hunday at 7:15 p. in, Ciium-u or Oed Cerner of Prince and Or ange. Itcv. J, II. Ksterlliie, pastor, Hunday school Easter servlee iit.t p. in. I'ltKHIIVTKItlAN MKHOHIAI. ClIlTnCII-Reiltll Queen street, Themas Thompson, I), U puster. Sunday M-hoel atlstip. in. Morning service; Hacraincntnrimptlsm; uwiilng service: sacra ment of !ent' HiipiH-r. Br. Paul's UKFeiiMBii-llev. J.W.Memlngcr, pastor. Hely Communion lu the m rnlng. liiKter service hy the Hunday school In the eve ning. Ht. Htkphkn's-CoIIero Chapel. Hely Cem munien atlD. 10 a. iu. Hcrmen by Key. Oeore v. Midi: -MMMMav iiiNiTV LUTiiKBAN.-nev.Cr. Fry, pastor. Mnlii service of resurrection song. B:Jle7:lSu: in. Hely commiinlen morning and evcnlnir b:!,,,,en,,?re7n1y.re",l.v'" nt3"-,u- h:j5s.ir D. r iilst ai. k. uiiiTiicif-llev. H. M. Vernen. D. sisiur. .(.ins mccilliss lit Da. in. Hunilnv school at l:ln. in. IIKUTSCIIR ftEPOIlM-HT. JOUANNRS KlRCIIER eVirrnf 0ra"s!'n"a s'"'erry strceU? rterVlce In the German language from .. te 10:45a. in. "! m bVlplm. '' "' HU"Uuy "'" "rm Ht. JeiiN s' LtiTiiKRAN-llev. 11. F. Alleman IJ.Il imyter. Hervlces at II a. m. Jn tlerman ifr'il-'ie.'1 ?hSn'h mTn?r "f Orange and Mul berry street. Hunday school at HI. Jehn's at 2 p. m., and at Gotwald Memerial Mission at 2 p. Christ LUTllKiiAN.-Uev. E. K Heed, pastor. iL"te.ffviiraTx.'- " Hum,tt' ",l0ei Moiiavian.-Uev. J. Jinx Hark, D. D pastor. 0 a. m. Easier morning Liturgy ; lu-.Wa.rn. EaJc&l'r Serm.ni ".chl.arei?. First ItKHjitMKD.-Itev. J. M. Tltrcl, D. D.. pastor. Hervlces appropriate te Easter will be lieiil te-morrow morning and evmilng, The comnuiiilen will be administered at both ser vices. Hunday school at 1: IS. H-r. I'aui.'s M. E. Church Her. E.C. Yerkes pastor. U n. m. class. Hunday schMlat l:p in. Ear y prayer meet Ins at 0.00 p. in. Easter sermon In the morning. "! "tii.r GitACK LUTiHRAN.-Hev. C.E. Hnupt, pastor, ustcrtlde: Hervlces morning and eenlni Holycenumuiloiiin the meruW. EaVlorsor EaVlersor EaVlorser moii In the evening. Hunday school at 2-30 p. mi"i,i.bn,,,l.,m f '""'ren. Paster's Male during IhwJc''1, c""rc,"':1'l ' UVAMJKI.ICAl' LUTHKRAN HUNPAV HCIIOOI. ev EMSIA.VUEI-Nerth Pine near Walmii-at 2 p. in. Luster clilldreu's service oil Thursday UilMUVTEItrAN:. Iter. .1. v. Mlll.M T T. pi.Ksr. l'reiichlngby the imster. ' ' " V.stkiin M. r Ciiuncn.-Hev. C. C. Clark. 1. Jl. (.-. . ill. ; cuntec A. Yeung men's meeting at 3:30 p. .-cratlen ser lce at 1-15 p. ui. Ol'GOESTIONS FOH THE HEA.SON. Medical Journal.) He specially (arefiil or draughts and sudden changes. De net menierk. of what use U wealth Without health? Keep your feet dry, but de net wear over ever shiX'H nil the time. Itemeiiihcr that the pores of your skin, when J,',?!1 !' nr! "Iwny" eim-ii, and that closing tliem cniiM'S sickness. Dress warmly, but net heavily. Woolen clothing thnt permits the exhalations or the body le csnipe, is the best. Eat streiiglithentng and hearty, but net tee ff'i'r 5iy,,yr"'.,, "'i emlsUke te suppose that fat feed contains the most vitality. If jen feel chilly iitany lime, take n drlnkef puniMhlskv ntenee. Dulry's Fnre Malt Is the ibi'lfi "" "l a'Ul hn ,1' ,'1'i,'est receniineu- De net call the doctor foreery slight all incut. If you have a cold, feci depressed nnd lack appetite and vigor you need something te tone aud build up thesyKtein. Netulugwlfl de this se readily us the pine article e have men men tlencd. ,v J. a MAKT1M A CO. FOU T1IU Te-morrow, Saturday, April 5, Behvecn 2 & 3 O'clock, ve will give te every lady visit ing the China Department a large Japanese Teapec as an Easter Souvenir.' EASTER NOVELTIES. Baskets, Rabbits, &c, are all displayed en first fleer Dry Goods Department. EASTER NOVELTIES. Etrcr Sets, Bisque Figures. &c, are all disnlaved in Base ment China Department. Cor. W. King & Prince Sfs., B! In Easter Souvenir J. IS. Martin & Ce., LANCASTER, PA. Medicine ta marked eenesit which people In run dewa or weakened Ma last health derive from Heed's termrstriila.tfOMse.slvsty, proves the claim that thl medicine - makes the weak strong.'' It docs net act like a itlmetant, Imparting no ne no tltlens strength from which there must fellow a reaction of greater weakness than before, but pe-sesslnc Jntt these elements whleb the sys tem needs and readily" seises, Heed's ttarsapa rtlla builds up In a perfectly Batata! way, all the weakened parts, acts upon the bleed as a purifier and vlfallter, sssUUJte healthy action these Important organs, ttie kidneys and liver. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla " My daughter has been very lit with eesems. By reading about Heed's RarsaBarllla t was In duced te try this medicine, and was wonder fully surprised by Its effects. When she had taken ball a bottle she was Ilka another child, and when the bottle was all gene, she was en tirely cured and In perfect health." D. f. KAVA KAVA xaceh, IS Daniel Htreet, Albany, N. Y. Hoe'a Barssparllla Is sold by druggists, tl ! six for S5. Irepared by O. I. Heed A Ce., Lewell, Mass. One Dellar tattrtmeltcv'0. Puiladklpiiia, Haturday, Aprils, 1SU0. Geld and electricity and steam have evolved the mod ern retailer. Yeu have seen the highest example of all that right here for years. The ecenpmic principle of division of labor lias evolved the specialist in manufacturing. The result is surpassing excel lence in particular things. The great retail store is the ex change, the Rialto for all such. Formerly the tailor made all your clothes or these for your boys, unless the urchins were cared for by the seamstress at home. Yeu went te the cabi net maker for each bit of furni ture. Great changes have come. Your cabinet maker is 1'united.Js net up te the times rannnt liTPtvSrsVBssUlUS el --"--' . iwu;7sTiaafjBas artists are making furniture bet ter, mere beautiful, cheaper than your cabinet maker ever dreamed of. Hew many old style cabinet makers have been looking backward until the world has left them high and dry I , Se with cloths especially for your boys. There are special ists in clothes. Here is an ex ample. A bright manufacturer in New Yerk struck the notion of Jidl vest front in a small boy's jacket. It wasn't much of a thought, but when applied te a jacket proves a success. Hew many Philadelphia Cloth iers have them ? We think none but ourselves but that's no matter. Wc have them in a choice variety (4 te 9 years, $6.50 te $11), of sizes, mate rials and colors. Anether maker excels in jauntry Sailor Suits, you may pay double our price for them in New Yerk. This much for illustration. Time was when we boasted of making all our own Clothing. That's a past idea. The point new is te gather the brightest auu ucm auu cneapest. pe we are net limited te the brains of one firm or two we take the newest and the best wherever found. The outceming va riety and superiority explains the recent growth of e"ur trade in Beys' Clothing. There is no barbed wire fence around our Men's Clothing either. It would rattle anybody te sell a better light Melten Overcoat for $10 than you can get here. The stock, as a whole, Light Overcoats and all, is ideal. As- Miiiiiiutu an me intui you may find in the clothing advertising of the day concerning qualities, styles, prices, then test one stock by it and you'll find all and mere fulfilled. Mnrket street aide. The Easter Fair Bargains in Ribbons, Gloves, for both men and women, Suspenders, Hos ier)', Dress Goods, French Flowers, are all especially ap propriate te Saturday and are running in their several proper places, Jehn Wanamaker. TTIOH I'll JD Vulves, ItATT Si CADY AHUKSTOS DISC lirass Hate I.cvirl9afelv A". .'.".. r ", i-raiis mw inning Y'..l.w. 1....ln. 1 1 .. . ' .. V,l"1 i..-,ruei llles Angle Valves, call at JOHN UK.VT.S, SCI Eas Fulleu Htreet. m7.tM OrRINQ NECKWEAR! Feur-ln-IIand, Teck and Tycoon, At ERI.SMAN'H. TyiUIAMSPOItr Wire Buckle Suspender, AT ERISMAN'8, Xe. 42 West King Street. vrKW btyli: LINEN COLLARS, AT ElUKMAN'H. SIOO.OOO. IN I10XD3 AND MORTGAGE; FOR IN VESTORS, IN SUMS OK 1100, f3B, K00, 11,000 te f 30,0001 Itends-fl per cent. Interest, pa able rniarh rl v. Mertiffigts- per cent, luterest, najubleliuir yearly. Sena or call for full Information. J urn u. .minus uivcs,nrass mono valves. ules. Iren IIvli fllnlu. Vel.....' Valves. Pan Mn'fatv Vi.lwx. iu -.---.- -"-::?. -?-- "" H fthrt. G rand orasme 40 EAST KINO STRKT.l OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. Grand Opening I THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. A ir FKKKTO ALli CALIiKHS. - " V A Complete Line of Ladies', Misses', Gentl men s, Beys' an s shoes at Common Sense Prices A Mr ir FREE TO ALL C'ALI.E r We have a Line of Special Drives for our Opening, at which it will pay you te leek. A ir FKEE TO ALL CALLERS. We make a Specialty of Com mon Sense and Easy Fitting Shoes which we sell at prices that you pay for ill-fitting and corn producing ones. FREE TO ALL CALLERS. Come and see the Latest and Newest Styles in Foot wear. A ir FREE TO ALL CALLERS. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, OPENING DAYS. 40 EAST KINO SI fill1 HOD W Shee Stere Handse mm H a n 11 seu mm Handsome Seuven A Handsome Souvenir - Handsome Seuven m Common tee She Stere, "v .' ,iu?i . r -. A jrr. t vt"",- .