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ft fiOYAL BLOOD." Rtrr. Dr. Talmage'a Sunday Sermon t tha Brooklyn Tabernacle. ";- A Berat Boom of Jesse We Are Illssd sUtlsst by lb Bslatlna-ablp ef the Ohii All th Fsupls Ars BU b alt h( Only Have t. : . . Ask hMWr rUh The) subject of Dr. Talmagt's dl- ooree wm "Royal Blood, and bia text, Judges vill, 18: "Each one resembled the children of ft king." Following to the sermon: . 'y;' ;j Zebah and Zalmunoa bad been off to i tattle, and when they came back they were aaked what kind of people they fcadaeen. i They ana wared that the peo sie had a royal appearaneet "each one resembled the children of a klnf." . I stand to-dsv before many who have this appearance. . Indeed, they are the aona and daughter of the Lord Almighty. Though now in exile, they shall yet eome to their thrones. There are fami ly name that itand for wealth, or pa triotism, or Intelligence. The name of Washington means patriotism, although some of the blood of that race as be come very thin in the last generation. The family of the Medici stood as the 1 representative of letters. The family of the Rothschilds is significant of wealth, the loss of forty millions of dol lars in 1848 putting them to no incon venience; and within a few years they have loaned Russia twelve millions of dollars, Naples twenty-five millions, Austria forty millions and England two hundred millions; and the stroke of their pen on the counting room desk shakes everything from the Irish sea to the Danube. They open their hand, and there is war; they shut it, and here la peace. The house of Hapsburtr in Aus tria, the limine of Stuart in England, the House of Bourbon in France, were, families of imperial authority. But. I come to preach of a family more potential more rich, and more ex tensive the royal house of Jesus, of whom the whole family In heaven and on earth is named. We are blood rela tions by the relationship of the cross; all of ns are the children of the King. First, I speak of onr family ame. When we see a descendant of some one greatly celcbra tod in the last century, we look at him with profound interest. To bare bad conquerors, kings, or princes in the ancestral line gives lus ter to the family name. In our line was a king and a conqnerer. The star in the east with baton of light woke up the eternal orchestra that made musie at Bis birth. From thenoe He started forth to conquer all nations, not by trampling them down, but by lifting tbem up. 8t John saw Him on a white horse. When He returns, He will not bring the nations chained to His wheel, or in iron cag-s; but I hear the stroke of the hoof of the snow-white cavalcade that bring them to the gates in tri- 'Bmph'l '; ' Onr family name takes luster from the star that heralded Him, add the spear that pierced Him, and the crown that was given Urn. - It gathers fra grance from the frankincense brought to His cradle, and the lilies that flung their sweetness into His sermons, and the box of alabaster that broke at Hit feet. The Comforter at Bethany. The Besurrectorat Naln. The supernatural Oculist at Betbsaida. The Bavionr ol one world, and the Chief Joy of anoth er. The storm Hla frown. Tbe sun light His smile. Tbe spring morning Bis breath. Tbe earthquake tbe atam of His feet. Tbe thunder the whispei of His voice. The ocean a drop on tbt tip of His finger. Heaven a sparkle oi the bosom of Hla love. Eternity tht twinkling of Hla eye. The universe tht flying dust of Hla chariot wheels. Able to heal a heartbreak, or hash a temp est, or drown a world, or flood Immen sity with His glory. What other family name eonld ever boast of inch an 111 at- trkras personage? ' Henceforth, awing out the ooatol arms! Great families wear the coat of arms on their dress, or on tbe door of the eoaeb, or on tbe helmet when the) go out to battle, - or on flags and en signs. Tbe heraldic sign Is sometime a lion, or a dragon, or an eagle. Onr aoet of arms, worn right over the heart, hereafter shall be a Cross, a Lamb tending under It, and a dove flying over it Grandest of all escutcheons! Most slgnlSdaat of all family "coat of arms." In every battle I must have it biasing on my flag the Dove, the Cross, tbe Lamb; and when I fall wrap me in that good old Christian flag, so that the family coat of arms shall be right over my breast, that all tbe world may see that I looked to the Dove of the Spirit, and clung to the cross, asd depended upon the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world. Asfcsatedrf Jssosl that dtsr frtoad, Oa whoa sir hopes of Ufa depeadi Mot whoa 1 Mash be this mj shams -That I so BMire swots his sane. Next, I speak of the fsmily sorrows. If trouble eome to one member of tbe family, all feel It It is the custom, after the body to lowered Into the grave, for all the relatives to eome to the verge of the grave and look down into It First, those nearest the de parted eome, then those next of kin, until they have all looked Into tbe grave. Bo, when trouble and grief go down through tbe heart of one member of the family, tbey go down through them all. The aadnesa of one to the sadness of alL A company of persona join hands around an electric battery, tbe persons at the ends of the line touch the battery, and all the circle feels the shook. Thus, by the reason of the filial, maternal and paternal re lations of life, we stand so closo to gether that when trouble acta its batr tery, all feel the thrill of distress. In tbe great Christian family, the sorrow of one ought to be the sorrow of alL Is one persecuted? All are persecuted. Does one suffer loss? We all suffer loss. Is one bereaved? We are all be reaved. Their treemlnf tree torother now ' Tor humaa fullt asd mortal woe. If yon rejoice at another's misfortune you atp not one of I ho tthron, but one of tho goats; tnil the v.:'tiire of sin hath alighted on your sou), and not the and planted tie parka Angels walk Dove of the Spirit - - there, and the good, 0t all age The Next, I notice the family property, poorest man in that house. is million-; Af er man oft large estates dies, the aire,; and- the lowlleat e, Ulflir, and- tba relative assemble to hear the will tamest word h apeeka.isan anthem, readr Bo much of the property Is willed- Md the shortest life ad eternity, to his sons, and so much to his daugh- . it took 4 faJCton tr bejlliH. " ft Cbata- tere, and so mnoh to benevolent so- worth , ooverlng fos the, wonderful eleties. Onr Lord Jesus hsth died, and flower."- Victoria Regis, five feet In di- we are assembled to-day to hear ths :.j ameter. ' Bnt our1 Lily Co Mhe Valley will read " L'e says: : "My peace I give shall need no shelter from the blsstaod nnto yon Through His apostle He aays, i "All are jrdj-s," What!) Every thing? Yea everything Thlsi world and tbe next In distinguished families there ere old pictures hanging on tbe walL- They are ailed the "heirlooms" of the estate. They are very old, and have eome down from generation to generation. - Bo I look - upon all the beauties of tbe natural world as the heirlooms pf onr royal family... The) morning break' from the east' The mist travel np hill above bill, mown tala above mountain, until skylost The forest are full of chirp, and bus and song, Tree leaf and bird' wing In the open garden of God shall put forth, iu foil bloom, aod hearen shU eome to look at tt, and its' Mom shall be as though the cherubim bad swung before tbe throne a thousand censers. -1 have not seen It yet I am in a foreign land. . Bat my Father, to waiting for me to come home. I hava brothers and sister there.'- In the Bi ble I have . letter from there, telling me what fine plaoe It to. It matter not much to me whothr er I am rich or poor, or whether1 the world bates me or love me, or whether 1 bo by land or by sea. if only J may lift my eyev at hist on titer family man- flutter with gladness. Honey-maker l sion. It is not afraty house built in a In the log. and beak against the bark, and squirrels chattering on the rail, and the call of the hawk out of a clear sky. make you feel gla i. The sun, which kindles conflagrations among the cas tles of cloud, and sets minaret and dome aflame, stoops to paint the lily white, and the buttercup yellow, and month, soon ' to crumble;' but an old mansion which Is a firm as the day it was built Its wall are grown with the tvy of many ages, and , th urn, hi the) gateway are a bloom with the century plant of eternity. " The Queen of Sheba bath waUed its balls, and bather, and Marie Antoinette, and Lady Honting- the forget-me-no blue. Wha' can re- j don, and Cecil and Jeremy Taylor, and 1st the sun? Llirht for the voyager over the deep! Light for the shepherd guarding tb flocks afield! Light for the poor whi have no lampa to burnt Light for the downcast and the lowlyl Light for aching eyes, and burning I brain and wanted captive! Light for ' the smooth brow of childhood and for the dim v sion of the o totrennrlanl Light for queen's coronet, and for sew. Ing girl's needle! Let there be light) Whose morning Is this? My morning. I bamuel Rutherford, and John Milton, and the widow who gave two mites, and the poor men from the hospital these last two. perhaps, outshining all tbe kings and queens of eternity. A fsmily mansion meaus reunion Some of your families are very much scattered. The children married, and went off to tit Lou a. or Chicago, or Charles'own; but perhaps once a year you come together at the old place. How you wake up the old piano that NEW CONGRESS. f ajBNBasvismsssSMs. - - ' Uooertaintj as, to'tha &'athr i f i Outlook! ' IN THE- TARIFF MATTER Ths BraaU WiU Lnn th Hsw to Tiki tba Fint Btept.; THE EXECUTIVE SESSIONS Your morning. Our Father gave us the hag been silent for veers! (Father and mother do not play on it) How you bring out the old relics, and rummage the garret and open old scrap-book, and ahout and laugh, and cry. and talk over old times, and though you may be forty-five years of age, act as though yoo were sixteen! Yet soon it is good-bye at the car window, and good-bye at the steamboat wharf. But how will we picture and hung it on the aky in loops of fire. It la the heirloom of our fam ily. And so the night It is the full moon. The mists from shore to shore gleam like ahattered mirrors, and the ocean, under her glance, comes op with great tides, panting upon the beach, mingling as it were, foam and fire. The poor man blesses flod for throwing such s cheap llirht through the broken Mt at u,0 reunion ln the old fam- window-pane into tbe cabin; and to the sick It seems a light from the other shore which bounds this great deep of human pain and woe. If the sua seem like a song full and poured from brazen instruments that fill heaven and earth with great harmonies, the moon is plaintive and mild, standing beneath the throne of God, sending up- ber toft, sweet voioe of praise, while the stars listen, and the sea. No mother ever more sweetly .' guarded the sick-cradle than all night long this pale watcher of tbe sky bends over the weary, heartsick, slumliering earth. Whose is this black framed, lilack-tasseled picture of the night? It Is the heirloom of our fam ily. Ours, the grandeur of tbe spring, the crystals of tbe snow, tbe -coral of the beach, tbe odors of the garden, the harmonies of the air. ; - Y u'can not see a large estate In on morning. .You must taxe several walks around it The family property of this royal house of Jesus is so great that we must take several walk to get an idea of iu extent Let the first walk be around this earth. All these valleys, the harvests that wave In tbem, and the cattle that pasture in tbem all these mountstns, and tbe precious things hiilden beneath them, and the crown of glacier they cast at tbe feet of the Al pine hurricaneall these lakes, these islsnds, these continents, are ours. In the second walk, go among the street lamps of Heaven, and see stretching off on every side a wilderness of worlds. For us tbey shine. For us they sang at a Saviour nativity. For us tbey will wheel Into line, and with their flaming torches add to tbe splendor of our tri umph on the day for which all other Bays were made. In the third walk, go around the Eternal City. As we com near it hark to the rush of it chariot, and the wedding-peal of it great tow ers. Tbe bell of Heaven ha struck twelve. It to high noon. We look off upon the ehapleta which never fade, tbe eyes that never weep, the temple that never close, the loved one that never part, the procession that never halts, the tree that never wither, the wall that never can be captured, tbe sun that never seta, until we can no longer gaze, and we hide our eyes, and exclaim: "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the thing which God hath prepared for tbem that love Him!" As these tides of glory rise, we have to re treat, and hold fast lest we be swept off and drowned In the emotions of glad ness, and thanksgiving, and triumph. . What think you of tbe family proper ty? It to considered an honor to marry into a family where there to great wcalllL The Lord, tbe bridegroom of earth and heaven, off era you His heart and Ilia hand, aaylng, In the words of the Canticles: "Rise up, my love, my fair one, and eome away;" and oooe ! having put on thy hand the signet ring of His love, you will be endowed with all tbe wealth of the earth, and all the honor of heaven. ' Almost every family looks baoktoa homesteads-some country-place where you grew up. Yon sat on the doorsilL You beard tbe footstep of the rain on the garret root Yon swung on tbe gate. You ransacked the barn. Yon waded In the brook. You threshed the or chard for apples, and the neighboring woods for nuts; and everything around the old bomestesd Is of interest to you. I tell yon of the old homestead of eter nity, ln my Father's bouse are many mansions. When we talk of mansions, we think of Chstaworth, and its parks, nine miles in circumference, and its con servatory, ' that astonishes the world; Its galleries of art, tbut contain the triumphs of Chantry, Canova and Tborwaldscn; of tbe king and tbe qneeiis wbo have walked its stately halls, or, flying over tbe heather, have hunted the grouse. But all these dwet- ily mansion of beaven? It Is a good while since you parted st the door of the grave. There will be Grace, and Mary, and Martha, and Charlie, .and Lizzie, and all the darlings of your household not pale, and sick, and gasping for breath, as when you saw them last, but their eye bright with the luster of heaven, and their cheek roseate with the flush of celestial sum mer. ' ' What clasping of hands! .What em bracings! What coming together of lip to lip! What tears of joy! You say: "I tbongbt tbero - were no tears ln Heaven." There must be, for tbe Bible Says that "God shall wipe them away," and If there were no tears there, how oould He wipe tbem away? They can not be tears of grief or tears of disap pointment They must be tears of glad ness. Chris will eome and say:" What! child of Heaven, to It too much for thee? Dost thou break down under tbe glad ness of this reunion? Then I will help thee." And. with His one arm around us and the other arm around our loved one. He shall bold us up In the eternal jubilee. , While I speak some of yon with broken heart can hardly hold your peace. You feci a if you would speak out and ssy: "O blessed day! speed on. Toward thee I press with blis tered feet over the desert wsy. My eyes fall for their weeping. I faint, from lis tening for feet that will not eome, and the sound of voices that will not apeak. Speed on, 0 day of reunion! And then. Lord Jeans, be not angry with m if after I have just once kissed Thy blessed feet I turn around to gather up the long-lost treasures of my heart, Ob) be not angry with me. One look at The were heaven. But all these re unions are heaven encircling heaven, heaven overtopping heaven, heaven commingling with heaven!" I was at Mount Vernon, and went iuto the dining room in which our first president entertained the prominent men of this and other lands. It was very Interesting spot Butohl the ban queting hall of the family mansion ol of which I apeakl Spread tbe table, spread it wide, for a great mul titude are to alt at It. From tht Tree by tb - River gather the twelve manner of fruits for that table. Take the clusters from tbe heavenly vine yards, and press them into tbe golden tankards for that table. On boskets carry tbe Bread of which, if man eat, he ahall never hunger. Take all ahoV torn flags of earthly conquest and en twine them among tbe arches. Let David come with bis harp, and Gabriel with his trumpet, and Miriam with tht timbrel; for the prodigals are at home, and the captives are free, and the Fath er hath lnrito.l the mighty of Tleavto and the redeemed of earth to come and dine. WUI CSMrst iDtsrsst, Owksg te Ombv ssloass ronlga. KalsMons-RMrfanlsa j . tlos of Coiaaslttsaa. . Washinotoj-, Dee, 7. The legislative outlook for the Fifty-second congress to not clearly defined. There are no continuing subjects which either house can take up of itself and pass to com pletion, This being a new congress, legislation must originate do nova A number of Important measures passed by the last bouse wero pending in the senate when it adjourned. Amongst them were tbe elections or force bill, a national bankruptcy bill, the pure lard bill and others. There Is no proba bility of an attempt to revive the elec tions bilL It to likely that the desira bility of adopting some national system of reulatlng bankruptcy may enirafa the attention of the state committee on commerce. Senator Paddock, of Ne braska, will endeavor to press his pure, food bill as a substitute for the lard bill, Senator Culloin has some amend ments to the inter-slate commerce bill to propose. The silver question. In various shapes, was pending when the Fifty-first con gress terminated an I thoro was an in vestigation into tho works of the Mo Kinley tariff act in progress by a com mittee of the senate. 8ho i id the result of that investigation be actively bron ;ht to the front it might precipitate a tariff d.bate in the senate There Is a dispo sition, however, on the part of lea lint senator of both parlies to leave the in itiative in the tariff matter to the house, where it belongs, and not to force the fighting in the senate on any of the issues which will enter into the presidential contest of 18 ri A lar.'e interest of the coming session will be centered in tho executive sessions. In teresting information lsexp-cicd in re gard to our relations with Chill The increasing gravity of the si'.ov tioo In China may impose upon tne United btatc-s the necessity of taking action for the protection of American interests in that country. Information will undoubtedly be laid before tho sen ate at to the proposed arbitration of the Bering sea question with Great Britain. The correspondence on this subjc?t when tho Kcnale last heard it hud reached atU.re where Gtwat Britain nroDOsed to limit arbitration to the question of whut rights Great Britain had concede J to Rassia in llenng sea before the purchase of Alas.ia by the United States, and to limit United States anthorlty over U-'rin a.-a by tlie iWislon thus to tie arrived at To this i the United States replied that such a form of submission would nut be calca lated to assure a conclusion satisfactory to either party, and .proposed instead six point of arbitration Tho senata will probably be informed to what ex tent Great Britain haa agreed to sub mit these questions to arbitration, In tbe matter of oonfirming appoint ments the executive sessions of tie sen ate are likely to be important The name of nine new circuit judges of ap peals, two Inter-state commerce oo n mi&alooers sod a secretary of wsr will probably be among the first nomina tions sent ln. Changes in the personnel of the sen ate will necessitate s complete reorgan ization of the senate committers. Sena tors Edmund, Evarts, Iogalls. Payn and others wbo have hitherto borne a larg share of tb committee work, have left their place to be filled by other The element of new member ship will play a still more important part la tbe organization of the house. Of the 335 democratic members entitled to enter the caucus to select a speaker, 105 have never before occupied a seat In congress. Nearly every state in the Union to represented on this list of new members When to these are added twenty-eight new re ublican members and eight Farmers' Alliance men It, will be wen thst whoever is chosen .pker will bare a herculean task before him In as certaining the preference of 141 new members who know nothing about com mittee work and making alignments that -will be satisfactory. It is not likely that the committees can be ar ranged and the house be organized for legislative business until after the '."hrlstmaa holiday .! ram Hoi. Stranger from St Louis to Elevatot Boy If this here elevator should break loose from its fastenings, would we drop into an air-tight box which would save ns? Elevator Boy (reflectively) I dnnno, b'leve the undertakers claim a how most of their east iron boxes is air-tight If they be, I spose they'd keep us for a while any way. The rest of the down trip was mude In solemn silence, and th. -nan from 6t Louis mixed with the struggling throng, bis countenance a stndy. Chicago Inter Ocean. " ' Very Los Oars. Employer Now, ratrlck, I ahall ex pect you to work from sunrise to sonw-t Pat (at the closo of day, wnUdilug for the sun to set looks over his shoulder and sees the moon) Begorru! this is the greatest counthry I Iver saw. Ono nn don't no more than go down uliln tliry hsng up snother Judge. ling place cf dukes, and princes, and queens, are us nothing to the family I mansion thnt w already nwalting onr fonnfilns rany not have tr.on'lis arrival. Tho linml of tin- Lord Jesns n.l noses, but ho have srru a ntonu llftcil tbt pillars uiiii "-;-n;f the doom, ' uineer. AiMlltsMtsthslliarankr. . St. Louis, Dec- 7. The Catkoltt church of this country is entitled to new arehblshop and five new bishops, and the appointment are soon to corns from Rome. An arch-diocese is to be established at Dabuqoe, Iowa, and Bishop Hennessy, of that place, is to be archbishop, Bishops will be appointed for Des Moines and Sioux City, Iowa; Monterey, CL St Joseph. Mo., and Concordia, Kan. Kmlncat Jarlst Ulss. MiiavAOSKK. Dec. 7. Lutbor S. Dix on, ex-chlef justice of the supreme eourt of Wisconsin, smt ono of the most eminent attorney in tbe history of Wis consin, died at his borne Sunday, lit removed to Denver about ten years ago to secure climatic influences conduclvt to better health and but recntly re turned to Milwaukee. ' Loppv Will bo Klsotroculsd. Albast, X. Y.. Dec. 7,-Gov. Hill haa refused to graut a week's stay ot reprieve In the case of Martin D. Loppy, the condemned murderer sontoncod tc be executed In Sing Sing prison by elec tricity this week. . Two Lives Wsrs Lost. Ntaok, N. Y., Dec 7.-Only twolivet were lost by the sinking of the bnrge near Havcrstraw Friday night The rale did onnsiderablo ilamajro to build- I log ln Hocklsur; comity. UNCLE SAM'S NAVY. Sserstary Tracy's Aaaaal RapnvS hswi Task Great fratr t Mas KM Ma Darlar tats Pl lew. . 1 WasnisoToit, Dec 7. Secretary ol th Navy Tracy has completed his an nual report' which Is one of the most in teresting of recent years. , A larf nor. tlon of - tbe pi-xir i -taken u with statement of the w.jrk done 00 tbe new vessel oomnletad or in,proMs of con struction. Daring, 184 r four vessels th Newark. Caoor i, Hanomf to'i an 1 Mlantonomah were completed an 1 placed In commission. ' Tne Mlantono mah . will shortly start npon her first cruise. The other vesiels of thtoelas th Terror, Ampiiitriteai I MooaJnoc-c, of 8, WO tons, and. the Puritan, of 9,03) tons displaejmont, will .0 ready to re ceive their armor as soon as It cut be delivered, and their completion my be expected by the sprin; of 181 1 . Tbe ten-inch guns of tht Terror are completed and will be Installed when ever the vessel .is prepared to receive them. The ooast defense vossel Mon terey is ready to receive her armor. The ship will be completed some tlrai ln 189i The Maine ha in -via fair prog res since her launching a year ago, and the armored cruwor Now York has just been launched. Tho prorc oi wor upon the unurmorcd vessels of tbe navy is equally sat Ufactory. A DANGEROUS CRANK. lis Threaten! t Kill it Kstlrail MiTohint tuli-l. HiU aSDO-llls Arrest Piillnwi. Nrw Yoitii, l)aa 7. An thordiiTir 011s crau c hat appeared. Ho is Oscar Woyrnncli, V) years old. a, boait binder by tra lo. In a thrtatenin r ljUirs?nt by him to Conrad Harris, a rctir.-d wine merchant, on Saturday, he duin.ti loj 9"i)0, within two days, ln tin event of its rfu ;nl, h 1 irivii vent to t.u f Jil ivv l:r.?: "If you d m't ta : notim ot this rw'.ii.-st yon w.ll bj nact to Rus-isll Sage and I will blow your brains, in tho air." Mr. Harris turned the letter over to tho polico and it resulted in t.u mil man being catnrjd yost-rUy in a boanl'm honsa 1 1 J submitted qitiotly to arn-Mi, but v'nl it wo il i 1 hard wi.b Harris if he secure 1 his release Way roiuli was tlun n'rairoMl in police eourt Harris appeared ag tinst him-and sai l he first m?t Wcyraujh fonrtaon yoara ago in Hasso, (lermany. Wey- ranch was a wealthy, bonk bin ior at that tim . He has since squundiroi his for tune in dissipation and lately has de pended npon his friends for support.' Harris said he h-jlpjd ..him .at .various times b it recently ho bas not allowed him to enter bis horn j. Weyraush was committed to ths "Ballcv.iB in-tttne pa vilion, where ho will bo examined s to his mental condition. AN AWFUL, CALAMITY. Sli-r rrsuuhmen Killed by ths Kiielinlju wi Firs w Ainp in wins. I'aiiih, Dec. 7. A-fearful disaster is reported from thn St-'Ettanne cooj pejd in thtt southwest of Pranci Whilo eighty miners wore en?jrid .in.- tbe I'ompc pit an explosion of fire damp caused tho death pf at least sixty. The first unties that, pcoplo outside the pit had of the disaster w4 a rum ilin? sound; followed :br. sji jo ail Dane rushing from the month of fie pit As soon as possiblo m sa disojaJs.l to tho resenn, while hun Jro.ls of wo-sn an I children present around the openin? shrieked and wailed in agony for U13 fathers and brothers bjlow. Ths res cuars reported to havo fonni all djet except about twenty who hal btn Iu workings where tbe explosion did not have its full effect The scene as tne boJiot wcrj bro.vUt ud was terrible. Wom?n full no the bodies of their relatives an.! could not be torn away, and loulimir.icV.ions were uttered against tho othVial w'i-huj neglect was held responsible for th calamity. The authorities am pntpar. ing to hold a rigid invostl.'atlon. as '.t !i elalmcd that tho mine bad been in speAed within a four honrs before tho explosion and declared sate to work 1:1 Hlrum has-trlls's t'nrHi I'nainl. CBKAT F.U.I.s, N. II., Dec T.-A search Ing party has found the body of 111 ram SawU-llo. who w-t-t murdered ayo.ar aao bv his brother i i.r: 1 1 tho mx'.is near the scene of th j k-.. ly. Au ex amination f the a t ii" --I -v 1 a hol.i back of the left ear. :i ita.vjt'y m.-r.li by a hul'e. Isaa. tb murderer. r:iv t'10' party Inform,!!, 1 .v.iiuhlt'i t t!n finding of the kIcii.1. Ii. a c mfov i h deticribM the mur-l- 1 i.l y t'.iat h Ui:lJ llir.uu v:iii.i tlu ..;..-, wjh tr. lllg tO l-e-nile. " t .iiAvr .J s ' st- Vier tank. i: : im, CaL, D c 7. The larg-a CO it:i iru'..i.i tank at tin uity waterworks oillaiwjd Saturday i" about bait fa' I f water. The h- ; gave way and tho tank fell with a cra-i'i to th ground, a distance of thirty fjet Euglne.-r Schneider, who was ln the online bouse pumping water, was badly hurt but stood atbispjst bravely opjula? thd valves, shnttiar off tnn stam and draw In the fires. The Jail was demolish. -d and the boiler boise at thi waterwor t wrecked. ta Kstlrslr ItoiMtum. WasiiimotoX.Dcq 7. The postmaster genorul was aaked lust night what there was new In his report j-wt l-vsu.xl. Hi reply wss that the fact that the depart ment was in the pr-nt fls.-ul year cut- tine tho annual deficitfooy iu half and that the estimate sub-.nlitel to Congress for tho ensuing year ithowod that the dt-partiiient would t'um be self-support ing, whs an entirely new departme in tne poi-tal fervieo, at least within toe tiui . of two cent ptntua Retailed la 1.000 Loss, Toledo, O., Dev. 7. Fire yesterday In the Lucas Moiildinir Company bn;ld- bur damaged the buildin and contents, consisting of mouldiu in and pictnn-s. to 1 the amount of s-JO.OW; insured for 910, 090. The supposed ouitso of t.J H'O was the Ignitton of natural go from a fire in the heater. Kittled r.r H3'J3,10 1. 1Ikllkfo.vtk. !.. D.;& 7. 'I. is U i'.Ij fon '.11 Nail uiid Iron CifuiKiny, llm' !. ! has suspended with li.il.IUn" . ?.C. ! 000. The preiJt-al. vx-(jjv. l-'-iv r. a il lumes all in.bb.o,l.-i.-Hs HiiJ will ol. J tbe plant in tht 1. u Is -f a l.v 1 the benefit ofcroJ.t-Jr-fc TIHTABL-IHf.,iJ,t.B,iet. OSITBe t TIS. lAgTV7AM. - H WaTI'Xo tlWqu( felede,;...' '..I tv nBU.ua bukhjU Av 1 InmvflL,. luikei : Wsnlea ' Curtice..,., IsV i.ll.a w aassffaen , Trawsrisgs'i, b ouue.. Barsar..' LI Oak Kianem. Krungpi., BeNevaa NlcktiriateJu., is,. Ar f ... . I OBriMiisa. t'Uffci-Oertl ; UIL1. 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AiMmw tor pkotefraptile vlevw el IstSsaias aa bvAla tagt, ssd loli lalnmailsa, THB B AiYET UID AB81. leoksrv, OUoai. if 0 U I - V.';,.-n J i'r Coal 1 do set sssaa arartrf I . .a -i .ur s time, sari Uma have Uirm i I . I ; .!. 1 J.I.AS A KAHlCAia ClilUi. ; ..vc laoaiestsc 4af 1 r:rj , EPILEPSY or . r.vciraa sicmjxs3. .' "ti-li.- s.- itudy. ! WAtiA my temorlr 1 ' . -. l: v.i.pt emu. IV.m.v. othem lisv. ' , iMiu:,,iwijowre.lyinrncu' .- .r,iiri-.,an4aBCnoTTLa , ,- v 1, i .. : !3e hull ID Y. Uiva Lxpra.e -l i'J i U eu-tt joe BoUiUi( Idt i, ;i..u.,i '. hiil curt yoo. Address H.O ! OT. M .C 1 13 PtAtt tT tttw Yos V