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1 tLLi 1MN lilU'Kiaij h. f J D.tailxH, Proprlstoi., FFLLINGTOa.OHIO. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. CONCRE93. la the Senate on the Kin the resolution of fered by Mr. ( handler eensurlng Mr. Coll wi taken up. and on motion of Mr. Rhorman was referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections. A bill was psssed gra"tlr g a pen lon of tim a month to tie widow o( Major General Kllpstrtcx. The Edttcstloral hill wustnken up as untin'st el business and Mr. Coke addressed the Senate In opposlt'ot to t He said the bill vlo'.sted the Corsl ti.t on nl as a ii e . ira of policy was a w.so sud mis chievous Mr. Stanford spoke In fnTrr of the bill. After s secret session Sesst adjourned. ....In tin IJn'iso tills fe ustnM: 1o dis continue the rotnajre of f 1 und It go 4 plecus and three-cei.t nlt-kei ptooes: antl-orliiuR the Di rector rf the Mint to n.ske srUIn chances In the d'slirns on omr-nt coirs of the United States; authorising ihe Brcietary of State to appoint two euttaH) persons to repre sent the United Btntra at tho international oonfe e ee In refer nee to the protection if lnd. t rial proper y to r-e hi Id it Madrid, r pain, April 1, iH 0. ( o s.der.itlon of t O'tlohoma bill wa m umed in Ctm ulttee of the Wiole. A motion o st 1. e out the s-t o of the bll. nxlng the b n d rv of toe new Territory so as to In clude the Chero.te outl t, lid to a long dis cission. T o motion was flnully de ea.ed H to 13. I'ending further actum the House ad journed. Mil. CBAKOMR presented In the Senate on the th a petition from Union County, Ark,, representing thst at tho State election there In Set tembwr. a rystematie reign of terror preval ed ; that r rmed mobs paraded the county night aed day, t irro:lzing whites a id shooting and whipping colored votrs; thatschcol and ehure'irt hai been dtmorallzed and bal ot boxes carried off, and ask ng for tne protection guarant.-od by tbs Constitution. Business on the calendar was then taken up and twenty six pennlon and private bills were passed; also bills appropriating tino.O 0 for the enlargement of the publio building at Topeke, Kan., and t.S.OOOfor a public building at St. Albans, VI The Educational bill was then taken op. and Messrs. Keagaa ana Wilson marie nr;rtiments against tbe constitutionality of the measure. After a brie! secret ses sion the Senate adjourned. ...Tbe House spent tbe day In considering the contested tle-tlm case of Atk'nson vs. Pen lleton, from the Flint district of Wort Virginia. Mr. Rowell and Mr. Laeey, of Iowa, championed Atldn'a case, snd Messrs. O'Firtall and Wilson advo cated l'enleton's claims. Without taking action and peu.llng further debate on the eaaa the House adjourned. Th bill for the erection and location of a bronse statue of Christopher Columbus at tbe western entrance to the Capitol grounds wa parsed by the Senate on tbe Win. Bills wen also passed making epi roprtatlons for publio buildings In Vlrgirls as follows: Roanoke, 1100,00; Net folk, 1150.001); Newport News, tXV 000; mob re, no,0U0, and Pi ten burg, 160,000. The bill to d clare unlawful trn ti and com binations In restraint of trade ml produc tion wns taken up, and Mr. Ph-rmen, who rip re' the bill from the Committee oa Plnsn -, said t at be bad been 'attracted by the romm.ttee to mora to strike out the sectkn which 1 1 e. pensltiia for enter at Into trust! or combinations. Mr O-orge opio ed the bl l on the sT'imi s of Its nec'enoy and nnronstltu tlonilitv. Without a 'Hon the bill went over, snd t' e Sen.Te went Into secret a asioa and ad iourne .... n the House tlie contested election ease o' Atkit-son vs. Pendleton was called Dp lmnie i'ati'ly a ter the reading of tbe tournal. Aftxr a shun debate a vota was taken on the m norlty resolution de elstlni( lMndleton entitled to the seat. It was defeated yeas I4X, nays MO-a strict party rote. Tbe rote was then taken oa the majority reso ut'on. Tbe Democrats retrained from voting In order to have the contestant seated by less than a ouomm, so thst the question of right of the p -niter to count a quorum may be taken beft r the o or-s Tbe vote resulted yeas 1st, nay m"; the Fp -aksr counting a quorum. Mr. Atkln on, the newly elected member, then appeared be ore tbe bar of the House and took the oa b rf oJloe. The House then proceeded, In Committee of the Whole, to tbe considers f tbe Urgent Delict ncy bill, and after some dlscusslor a 1'ourmd witnout action. In th" 8 a ite on h ' xsth alt. Senator Ingalls waa e:.:, is President pro tern, during the absenee of VI President Morton. Mr. In gslls, aft. r taking the formal oath of ffioe, took hi" a at as pn ding officer. The Senate then took up and discussed the bill grant lag pensions to soldiers and tailors In capacitated for the peitormanea of manual labor, nid granl'iT pensions to dependent rslstkra of decetael soldiers and tailors. Mr. Dans, from the Committee oa Pensioaa, ex plained ' be provisions of the bllL The annual ex. pease ur.ni r ihe b ll he thought would asnouat to 114,40 i,i00 for Invalid pensions; ,, UU0 for In- (rested pensions; 110,800,000 for widows of pen- stent r-t dying anuual'y, and other Items making the Vital a rual op-nse under UebUltM.tuR, tOJ. Mr. Vest made a speech ta opposition to the bill, at the close of which tbe measure went over without action and the Senate, after t krief ex 'cutlve srstton, adjourned until tht 8d, Tht Ho.is4, after the reading of tbe Journal, went Into Committee of the Whole on tht Ur gent D B lency bill. After three hour and a half on -umed In the discussion of points of ord r the committee met and the Mllwat p'B-et (It spproprlstes M,SV,000 the largest item being an appropriation of til, smOiO for tbe psyment of pensioners of tbt war of 1I1J snd t ie Mexican war.) The remainder of the a t moon was devoted to consideration of tbe pr v it calendar but no Milt were panted and the House to k a recess tht evening ses sion n bo tor the roialdsrauon of private pea sioa b.lla. DOMESTIC. A motio on behalf of W. W. Dudley to dismiss the order requiring big exam ination before tbe trial In hit tuit against the Press Publishing Company tot libel, was denied by Judge Patterson at New York on the iith. About twenty-four ocean iteamera ar rived at New York on the 94th. They all bring newt ef stormy weather at tea. A lAxrmf.inR at Wathburn Broe.' brickyard at Ulatco, N. Y., on the Sth crushed two bouses and fatally Injured Mi M. Tmcey, aged eighty year. Mre. C. Tratey and Llule DcOroot were badly hurt, Atout 17,000 ton of olay fell. B borer Pei.u under Indictment for hit connection with the wrecking of tbe Lenox Hill bank in New York, waa lur .tndered by one of hU bondsmen on tbe 26th end U again locked up. Th New York World aayt that the diversion of tbe World'! Fair from New York meant a lota of SioO.OOO.OOO to the merebanU and worklngmen of that olty W. W. Applkton denlei the ttatement that a echool book trust hat been formed with him as ltt president. Alpud Casbouoh, the eight-year-old ton of a farmer living near Sedalla, Mo., dlyl from hydrophobia en the 94th. The diaoaae) wat contracted from t doff having morel y licked the boy'i teverely ohapped hands. ' 1 Thhki atudenta, membere of the Freehmen elate of Wabash College, were recently flood 915 each In tbeCrawfordt llle (lnd.) polloe court for partlol patlng is a street fight oa Washington's BuiUt.. .': if ', aT Superior Court otBsUlnrore hai T Th special setodntfof the Wert I VP M ttoto U(rt(tllltur9 turned UA die . Cinrlano Fernnndini tor thH denth of his I son, who was swept Into a ax wer during; a torm last Jtirin ana drowned. AviliTAJfT SsOUKTVtlV TlCllBSOR h realBrmod the Troasury dnolaion tuat cigars can not logally be Imported through the mall. . Tug atockholders of the New York elevated railroads, at a recent meeting, adopted a resolution authorizing the pro curement of a mortgage of $10,000,000 on their property. , , ' f Rui'iigsKXTATiVEs of all the manniao turors of rubbar goods in the United I States met at New York City on the 215 th ami perfected the organization of a rubber trust It is said that no raw rub ber is being gathorod in Para, and that prices must soon sharply advance. Tim United States steamer enterprise arrived at New York on the 27th, bring ing the remains of Mr. George H. Pen dloton, late United States Minister to Russia. Tint Lincoln National Bank of Lan caster, l'a., opened its doors for business on the 27th, tbe stockholders having mado good the loss occasioned by the defalcation of Cashier Hard. Tiir lowest estimate now put on the loss of life by the bursting of the Wal nut Grove dam in Arizona is one hun dred and fifty, and the number will probably exceed that. The loss of property will be away up in the millions. Many of the bodies found are those of people unknown to the survivor. . Ex-Pkksidknt Ci.bvki.asd hu told Oak View, his country home near Wash ington, to P. 0. Newlands, the represent ative of a California .syndicate. The price paid was $140,000, which nets Mr. Cleveland a profit of about $100,000 over the cost to him of the land and improve ments. At a conference held in Chicago on the 87th between E. C. De Peyo, repre senting an English syndicate, and Jacob and 8am Wooler, of Peoria, represent ing tho whisky trust, an agreement for the sale of a controlling interest in the trust to the syndicate was reached. The Treasury Department has In formed the vestrymen of Christ church, Lewlsburg, Pa., that to bring in a min ister from Canada under contract has been decided by a United States Circuit Court in New York to be a violation of the Alien Contract Labor law. A collision occurred on the 27th be tween a freight and stock train on tbe Milwaukee k St. Panl road, near Salt Creek, 111. Twelve cart of the stock train were demolished, much stock killed, two trainmen fatally Injured and two boys who were stealing a ride badly hurt. Whilk Robert Dempey, a tramp, sen tenced for two years for attempting to kill an oDlcer, was being conveyed to tbe penitentiary at Michigan City on tbe 86tb. be lumped while handcuffed from a train going at the rate of forty miles an hour and made his escape in tbe darkness. Is a collision on the Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michigan railroad near Ithaca, Mich., on the 28th nit. James Enright, conductor, and William Far rell were killed and three . trainmen were injured. Tbe trains were both special ice trains. Tiir second of the three Urge anthra cite blast furnaces of tbe llrooke Iron Company at Blrdsboro, Pa., resumed operations on tbe 28th ult, after a year's Idloncss. Husinkss failures throughout the rountry during tbe seven days ended February 28 number for the United States 257, Canada 44, total 801; at com pared with art the previous week. For the corresponding week of last year tbe figures were 188 in the United States and 44 in Canada. Hrcrrtart Wisdom bas issued orders for the establishment of an immigrant landinir depot on Bedloe's island, New York harbor, and arrangements will at once be made for the construction of ths necessary buildings. Ex-Treasurer CoNSTAirT.of Newport, Ky., who was a defaulter to tbe amount of 135,000, baa made an offer of compro mise for (6,000, which It is likely will be accepted. Thr Secretary ot tbe Treasury hu awarded tbe contract for tbe seal fish eries to the North American Commercial Company, ot New York and San Fran cisco, for twenty years. , Charles Tufts died recently in ths midst ot filth in a repulsive room at Cambridge, Mass. Worth fully J50.00C and eighty-five years old, he bad lived in bis den with scarcely any ot ths common-place comforts of life. He ac cumulated bis wealth as a shoemaker, paper carrier and manufacturer ot black ing. Repkrsrntatives of one hundred and sixty granite conoerns in New England, covering the entire area from Eastern Maine to Western Connecticut, met in secret session at Boston recently and formed an organisation to be known as the Granite Association of New England. It was voted that after May 1 all labor hould be paid by the boar and the piece. Tbe opinion was expressed that tbe present condition of the granite butiness did not warrant the increase ia wages demanded by the workmen. Tur town of Carthage, Miss., was severely damaged by a cyclone on the 18th ult Several residences were de molished, among them that of C. P. Brennan. Tbe Brennan family, hus band, wife, and four children, were buried in the debris. All were eeverely Injured and one of the children hat since died. PERSONAL AND POLITIOAL. M. B. Whkiht was renominated for Congress from the Fifteenth Pennsyl vania district at Husquobanna on the Mth. Johr Calpwrll, a veteran of 1812, who died in the Soldiers' Home at Koar ney, N. J.,on tbe 2Stb, was 10S years old. Tor Rhode Island Prohibition State oonventlon met at Provldenoe on tbe Mth and nominated the following ticket: For Governor, Rev. J. Lang; Lieutenant Governor, Joshua C Brown; Secretary of State, John W. Mooney; Attorney General, John T. Blodgett; General Treasurer, John P, Hazard. Dr. E. A. Kilbocrkr, well known expert on insanity, died at Elgin, III, tbe Mth ult., of paralysis. THE TCNTKKPRTRR WEDNESDAY .MARCH, 5, trie eotrL It passe! twenty bill and uioa. tntxt .4..i,.tinn ; Tt,a kni ht, re form bill wis killed. v "" Alukut R. Gallatin, 'son of Albert Gallatin, who wa ' Secretory ' of the j Treasury under tho llreidonoy of James Madison and . one of the earliest and greatest of Americari finanole rs, died st p' his home in New York City on tbe win, in his ninety-first year. Thr vote of the Socialists in the recent eloction In . Germany, compared . with a gain of 567,405 votes. . Tbe gain of the j German Liberals, compared in the same way, Is 224,600, The Centre party, on the contrary, and the parties inoluded in the Cartel coalition all lost heavily. ' TheCartollers have lost a million votes, i and the Centre party 206,657 votes. YMuriniiic Gkoror b. White, chlot. Department, died suddenly on the 27th , of apoplexy, at his home In Washington. ; Rkv. AlrxandrbVan Wrrt. the only ; surviving son of Isaao Van Wert, one of ! the captors of Major Andre, died recent ly at Pleasantvlllo, N. Y. William SciiuvlkhMaloom, a grand of General Phillin Schuyler, of j Revolutionary fame.' and one of the pioneers of Oswego, N. Y., is dead, aged eighty years. For many years, he sailed the lakes as captain. ' " " ' William Nicklr, president of the Thousand Islands Steamboat Company, is dead at Kingston, Ont He was seventy-eight years old.1 Is the Iowa Senate on the 28th ult four bills for the establishment of the Australian system of voting were pre sented. . ; .-.,"!!'.:. Lawhrncr Kkhor, the well-known Catholio publisher and editor, died at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 28th ult, in the fifty-seventh year of his age.. rOKElON. '. Srvrxtv murdered bodies of infant were found on the premises ot Skohlski, whose' bouse waa reported burned a few days ago at Warsaw. A coronkh's Jury has returned a ver dict of murder against Dubois who killed bis wife, mother-in-law and children at St Alban, Quebec. The steamer Manltoban, from Glas gow, arrived at Halifax on the 20th, bringing thirty-seven men composing the orew of the French steamer Nau tlque, which was overtaken by the Manltoban in a sinking condition. The Nautlque sank soon after being aban doned, t : ' In the English House of Commons on the 28th ult Henry Labouchero was suspended by a vote of 177 to 90, for re fusing to withdraw his statement that he would not believe Lord Salisbury nor Attorney Ooneral Wnbster. The debate was on the Somorsct scandal. Labouchere loft the House. The tolls on wheat, barley, Indian corn, poas and rye passing through tbe Welland Canal and the St Lawrence Canal for Montreal and ports east of Montreal, has bo in flxod at two cents per ton during' tha coming season ot navigation. On grain intoned (or Ca nadian port west of MontlKthi full tolls of twenty cents por,to will be lovled. T , , - ! oi. t-t, , T.7t...l..t- u- noted physician, against tho St James Oasetti for publishing disparaging arti- elo. in connection with hi. treatment ot thelate Emperor Frederick, of Germany. -t r ,,- ob.k ..iV The iurv awardod Dr. Mackenrie 1,500 damages. Dr. Mackenzie had a similar suit against the London Tlmos and tha ' Jury in tbatcase swarded him 150 dam agoa. 1 LATEIL A dispatch from Jackson. MUs., says the experts who have been examining tbe books of ex-Treasurer Henlngway report that bis accounts are correct and that tbe apparent big shortage Is due to errors in bookkeeping. It is reported that the property of the two Illuminating gas companies and the largest natural gas company of Indian apolis, lnd., has been transferred to a syndicate of New York capitalists, tho price paid being about fi. 000. 000. Thk Atlantic Fire and Marine Insur auce Company of Providence, R. I., has docldcd to wind up l' affairs, owing to Im.iu 1. m U ft.ia,..i mnA l.vns I fires. I Thk publio dubt statement shows a decrease during the month of Fobruary of UMI,48. . Ex-tlovKKNoii Javkh E. E.wlikh, of Connecticut, (lit d Ht his home in New Haven on the 2d, aged cvehty-c4ght years. Mr. F."i!IkIi was prominent in the politics of his State, and in 1087 en joyed tho distinction of being the only Democratio Governor in the- United States. Ho leaves a large fortune to bis widow and son. Thk funeral. of the lato Minister Pen dleton will take place at Cincinnati ou Haturday, March 8. . . The Government receipts during Feb ruary last aggregated 110,800,218, against 130,133,158 during February, 1889. The wholesale boot and shoe estab lishment of N'oyes, Norman & Co. at St Joseph, Mo., one of tbe largest in the West was destroyed by fire on tho 2d. Loss, 1100,000; fully insured. Judoe Jokes Lawkkrsom, agedotghty even, the oldest employe of the Untied States postal servloe, both in point of age and continuous sorvioe, died at Bal timore recently of pneumonia. , Peter Brriut's brewery at Elisabeth, N. J-, burned on tbe 1st causing a loss of 125,000; insured. ' Ex-Rrpuksrrtativr Tai'liikk, who was shot a few days ago in the Capitol at Washington by Charles K. Klncald, Is now said to be out of danger. ' " News baa been received in London of the loss of the British steamer Quetta, in tho Torres straits at the northern extremity of Australia. The steamer struck a rock not shown in tbe chart and went down in three minutes. Two bun dred persons' wire drowned. " IR the. Mru'se on tl trt tbe Heiiate bill fro vtdmp for an AotK'rnt r nHaryot War war pswC-yi ss : i:y. 01. Consideration 0 Uie .i:tKtel eli-clk. enm of fvotnerstone vs. Ct.u aitniUu iHxnti. .nl I'r Harden made s sT"m'i h tevof ! ' . ii y I y r port, ut the oticot'istun of h'ri the House ft.. turned until ie M....Tke Henatewt'S net n "e'en. swift lipi. Uftiik ItobberM Ohi-pit Cut Short by Bti'l ;'. -. . . - :'. , 0. . After Havhl(r 8tol lcn Fl,U()0 From a , Kahsas Institoon Her Ekapct to Another Town, -- man to fear and trembloas to hisao- Ooes to m Hotel and is shot Down hv i"o- oeptablenesr even were be an angel tan Beemen While Trrlnif so Drhw Ihe Wea-V'srinirB. Ono wanted si rich man, one a pons With Which He Terrllletl a Cashier, VallkY 'Fl.UA Kan., ; March"' 3. A masked man en to. J 1 licks & (iepbart's bank about five- o'oloe Saturday, after noon, held up tlie cashier with Wo re volvers and nobbed tho bank of 84,000. He was dressed like a farmer and had his face bound up in flannel. li?fore the cashier had handed him the money he asked permission to behind the rail- lng whora there was a stove, as he had a severe toothache and thoutrhttho h-tat might mitigate 16 The casblut grannd the retiuest and the strangur passed bo bind tho ratlin;;. Once thoro, ho tok from his pocket a revolvor and, covor inir tho cashier with if. direutod him to leave the bulldln?. The oaililer loft The robbor thon loelted tha door, SO' cured the booty an I ejcape.l, though olosnly pursued by citizens tj whom tbe cashier had given the alarm. Mrhidr. : Kan.; ,M- ch 8. A man answering the descrlit on of tho robber who stole $4,000 from Hick & tiephart't bank at Valloy Falis, registered at a hotel here Saturlay night. Poliej pill oers Smith and Stimin it-Sold, Iia4 been notified of the arrival of tho stran ger, armed thttnt tlve-i with Winahostsr rifles and at midni rut weat to tho hotol, whore they request td that the strunir be called. Wh in tho tran ror dofceud Jd to the offi :e be was oonfr mtol with the polioe ofrUer with rifbs pointed squari ly at his breast. Ha never quivered, but looked inquiringly around. "Throw up your hands," Stiith ooia tianded. Tho stranger saom:id V) rcalln th1? situ ation then, but insteal of obeying tho command he thrust a band In cither side pocket of his overcoat to draw tha revolvers with which Only fow hours before he had intimidated Cashlor CoUn, of the Valley Falls bank. As the stranger mad3 tho motion to wards his weapons both Winchesters were discharged Instantly at his breast. The stranger fell d'ad with ona bullet through his heart and another through the right lung. In the strangor's boots were found two packages of greenbacks of 3500 each. The rest of the money was found distributed among bis pockets. The outlaw wtvs positively idantlfiod. from a registered rocnlpt dated at Bur llngton, Kan., as one Robsrt'son. Tbe coroner was notlflnl an 1 a verdict was returnod exonerating the officers of any criminality in having causod the death of the robbor, solf-defcnse being their excuse. . ' BLOW AT UUCKKT SHOPS. Chleatro Bord of Trade Will nisoontlnue Market Quotation After March 81. CmcAao, ' March 8. The Board ot Trade on Saturday adopted resolutions abolishing tho department of mtrkot re ports and discontinuing tho collection and furnishing of market reports and ; quotations after March 91, 1890. The wrvlces of al persons employed in the fPrtment of market reporU will be dispensed with on that date and the sec. f?u'J thrf ? directed to noUfy the Western Union Tolegraph Company ' nd T,ue,t th" latt0r 10 Botl.f7 1 sons to whom they are now furnishing market reports of the passage of these resolutions. Highest Wster Ever Knswa, Lancaster, Ky., March 8. A speoial from Buckeye says tbe Kentucky river is higher by many feet than ever known before. At the mouth of Point Lick man many houses are under water and several have beon swept away. A ware bouse and storehouse belonging to Miles Saunders were swopt down the river. A late special from Camp Nelson quotes tne river on tne decline. Decrease In the Debt and Surplus. Washington-, March 8. Tbe monthly publio debt statement lssuod from the Treasury Department Saturday shows a decrease in the debt during the past month amounting to Sfl,159,4H6, and for the seven months of the current fiscal year WJ.OOy.OOl. The treasury now holds S33,7.VI,5S4 net cash, or about one million more than a month ago. Knmors Alioot Nellie Bly. Krw York. March 8. It la asserted that Nelllo Bly has severed her connoo tlon with the World, owing to a disa greement with that paper as to the in creased salary she was to receive after her return from ber trip around the world. The statement is donled at the World office, where It Is said that MUs Bly Is on a vacation., Death's AwfuJ Work. Zaresville, O., March 8. Mrs. Mo Gregor, wife of J. C. MoUregor, reading elerk of tbe Ohio House of Representa tives, died Saturday of diphtheria. This is the fifth death l tbe family, four children and tbe myihor dying within twelve days. The father and several children are also sick. The father Is not expected to live. - ' Mine fir Beyond Control. Shamokir, Pa., March 8. The fire in the Cameron mine Is beyond control. It will take a week to accomplish the work of boring from the level above the Are, walling up tbe slopes and flooding the mine, necessary to extinguish the fire, and it is feared that meanwhile tbe flames may eat their way into the other chambers. Worst Storm of th Season. Boston, March 8. A heavy storm bas been raging here since aboutone o'clook yesterday afternoon. About . seven Inches of snow have fallen. Advices from points on Cape Cod, Portsmouth, N. IL, Mew Bedford. Mass., New Haven, Codn., and other places, report the worst storm of the season. ... Bnlelded by Inhaling Gas, . - New York, March 8. John Grlsenone, ot Hempstead, L. I., was on Saturday found dead in bis office at 47 Park street. He had ooromltted suicide by means of Illuminating gas. When found be bad a rr.bber attachment from the gas pip) ,n bis mouth, with the gas turned on. .'90. True Woktessly SenUmeat- -tUpreseod bp V a JRl wus Glrl.,-i . At ffc Hthering -otyoung ladies one evening last week ono of thorn pro posed that tho party draw up in a circle, and each in turn give ber opinion as to the qualifications of an ideal husband. It was immediatc.lyagr.eed. toyv-sny ths V Milwaukee Wisconsin,' and oh! the' di versity of prerequisites would cause a famous ono, another a bandsome ono; some wanted a title, and most of them wanted all tbeso thing combined. At last it came th'i turn of a sweet, tunny little oreature la pink and white. For a moment, her face grew serious, and then came her vordlct: 11 ' , ( "lie must be moral, well-bred," and have some fixed and honorable method of making a living." ' Whatl not one word about his being titled, rich or bandsomel "But," she continued, "tho man I marry must bo my other self. He must be sympathetic with me in my tastes and pursuits. . When be oomos I shall know him, and all the love I have to rive shall be his, and I shall expect love in return for love, ui course, u oe is young and rich and handsome so much the better, but I should not love him less were he none ot these things." ' True womanly sentiments! Would that they oould find an echo in every woman's heart. The number of un happy marriages would be lessencl, and divorce unknown. Many, fascinated by outward glamor, rush headlong into matrimony, and too late find that the tastes and inclinations ot husband and wlfo differ as widely as night and day. For Instance, one is literary and fond of retirement, the othor despises literature and is inclined to society; each will nat urally soek tbe society and conversation ot those whose tastes and opinions ooln cido with his own. The consequence is an estrangement of husband and wife in things tbe world calls trivial, but which, in reality, docldo their . bappinesoi and each would find it easy to srcrlfice all tho other's charms for the one charm not thcro, namely, a responsive hoart in all things. JUVENILE FLIRTATION. The Stick of C' dy Olven br the Rmall liny to the Rmall GirL She is Just the sweetest child that ever was born, says the San Francisco Chron icle. She has Titian rod hair,' and Ivory skin, and blue eyes, and when she grows up sho will make the men stand around. Then she will marry apiain, bald-headed man, and be lost to tbe beautiful world, and people will wonder why such a beautiful girl should throw herself away. Because she has tense, and no woman of sonse would marry man as good-looking as ahe was. But she is only two years Md yet; yet sho is simply the sweetest thing that ever lived. No. Itlsnothef"motner says so." It is ber eodmother; and it it comes to '.hat a godmother can think more of ber godobild than the real, simple, plain, ordinary mother. Every child should havo a godmother. It Is better than being born with "caul" ' Perhaps you doubt this god' mother's word. But she must have been in tho oar one day and she dropped ber two -year-old blue eyes on a small boy a trifle older who sat opposite with bis mother. Tbe small boy fell at her glance, not by that f urtivo look at ber and an uneasy movement that marks a man when he bas been bit by s girl In a car, and wants to look and doesn't like to because he thinks every body will notice. Tbe small boy simply gaxed at the beautiful child and after a little hesitation he walked over boldly and put into ber band a lovely stick of candy. A boy must have been smitten when he did that A man may be foolish and give away things to s girl and not be much smitten after all, but when a boy gives up bis candy be is clein gone. Tbe small beauty took It and gave him a smile which made him palpably thrill. There was no mistak ing his satisfaction. The child bold tbe candy for a tew seconds. Then shs aald: "Mamma, may I eat this candy?" "No, dear. It isn't pretty to cat candy on a oar." "Well, mamma, may I kiss it?" The old, old story. Aa InUraetlnf Sabjeei. A miner in Rhonda named David Davlesis Just now an Interesting sub ject for medical doctors and dorters of divinity. He was a vlotlm ot the terri ble explosion of Pen-y-Craig In 1880. He was bedridden for four years, recovered sufficiently to be able to go about, but was completely deaf and dumb. Ills doctor hit upon a novel plan to restore bin bearing. He was placed by tbe side of a big gun during target practice After tbe sixth shot his bearing cams suddenly back to him but be remaln-d dumb. The other day one ot his com' panlons said something to him that put him in a towering passion and bis speech returned, in a flood of profanity, A Warning to Editors. An Indiana country editor received a clft of a barrel of very hard older from an admiring subscriber, and the next three Issues of bis paper brought him seven libel suits, four lickings and a no tice of his dismissal from the fold ot tbe bard-sbell Baptist church. 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A life-long study. ! warrant my remedy n CtJitR the won't cife. ! others tiavu fsilsil 1 noremin l.il not elvlnx sou re beadatencufiiratreit' . . jKSESltOTTLBl of my lNii.t.lULS jiu:- '. Hits Expres , and Pot UiHre. it Co-Is yon Botblag for trial, anil It will care you. Address H.O ROOT.M.C..IH3PttST..twYoiW To ears BHWrnrnees, Sick Headache, Coatti paUoa, Malaria, Liver Complaints, taka tbe safe and eertaia reaoedy, SMITH'S ' bile mm TJee the ill Sis (Mottle Beans to the btttl). Turt abb run stott oorvBHixura axsStl toe miX Jk j.. ' Trim f sjltner ntno, at. prr Iftxle. 'Htmstsvsst IV I W W 1 1 1 U nni Rw eta. mm m m kl, sua. tMiuaiH), l.f.tMlTRtsjtitnr-aiuasAa,TUj a. ;on or mm mjTI-'"'rrKsr7T7.1W0ltiB0nn. UilJOUJfrTwnCTRuMMslaOl4orTtu( m.1. sll BAHIHHID fBltr SMI.r.4. Mm t. ..!. ttmtmutt waetlllas HOSS IUlIt-ll l s tm totlft Willie mt Vs ti itll. SnirtrU Mk,etlauUo.asna.ll(MM)'rt., . W I . 1...U. ....... Ta ... .1.111 , Asanas MUS HlkUIUAS, VrU-t BturrAW,!. 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