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WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JIM: 16, 1899. NO. 2 5. MJ?NANJQAH BERALl) IS PUBLISHEL VLEKLY BY JOHN H. GRABILL - -SUBSCKIPTION $1.00 Per Year. Innriabl, in Adrance. AllconimanlcatioDsof a privat nature trill be charged for as advertising. THE HEBALD JOB OFFICE complete in e?-ery respect. Work done In sliort notice and on tue most reasonabl ernis. Advertising Kat6fi ?v veilibtu ti.io rltlbl ?lit. . ? dollar poi oi|Uai. ..I itLii.Lutui ,t<. ?* iLe first insertion, suit oUctuts to. i noooetiuent iu.trriou. > CyQaaiterlv 01 11 ? . ul by contract I - tFUEkss tl.t- ti b btl Of IDM f marked r[i. H-? ?? i ?ml clittr^i' 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. }. H. WILLIAMS. ?T. T.WILLIAMS. VyiLLIAMS A BROTUKBi Attorneys-at-Law, WCODnTOoK, v.v. I'raciico in nil the Courts of Shenan (lcah ami adjoining con ? h,h, in ?he Su t.ieme I'uiirt ol Appeals ci in the Cir? cuit ana District Court' an the Fuited Mutts. 8 c" tjy Speoisl attention i-vee to the ej? ection o? t?ain.t?. mav 1">, '?J-tf. M. !.. WAXTOX. K. I?. NEWMAN'. \y.\I.T??N A WALTON, Attoi neys-at-Law, woods rocK, .VA. ce in all the Courts of Shenao j ining euBbliea, in the Su prea?s C> art "t Apoeala, and iu the cir? cuit nod Dlstiiet Coutt? ol lbs Dallad .?? . i , - i-? a to'eolleatioBof ealma Oct. ?0, ".?.!! r. S. tavksnu.. J. II. BAl'SEI A\. TUVENNER ?v BAUSERMAN, ?^ttoraeys-at-LavV, WOODSTOCK, VA. July 21, Va-ly. I NO. ii. m FIN*, Attorney - at - Law, Woo!'?! ?A, Will prattles la the courts of .Shenan d. ah County. Olli ta, up stair?, iu ft A- L. Building Satni il '? .' , ad. :.)1mks Conrad. P. W". MAOBODBB CONRAD v\- MAG RUDER, U Attorneys - at - Law? WOODSTOCK, VA. Not. 119 Wtf, T EMUEL1J >R1 Attorney-at-Law. FiF OH? c Rood - - ri Boy? Tribune O Hoe, Ca Val V, f?s. I AH 1.11 I V. M. .'. Kl'.l"N. Q'FLABEBTY ft FULTON,, Attorneys -at-Law, FRONT (BOYAL, VA. . ,n meet clients for consultation at Woodstock, en Court daj or at at auy time paitos mai RkkRREX? r. : I'ront Royal H i d Hank of Wariati. -lyr. T\V, T.G. BROWN, Ton's Brook, Va. i lyi .I.I.. CAMPBELL, Physician and Surgeon, WoOOSTO? k. Va. Tie-dav? ami Thursdays at home for ton-nltt'ion. 1) . ?*3d. :>-?tf. T)R. J. B. RUSH, IDontist. WOODSTOCK, VA. .-- ? OiLce S.uth y 1. ? Uli cash. i -lyr. T\R. W. S. ('FINK, Resident Physician. tar Calla h- Bwered day oi night. Office and residence ov?r Richej'? atarea 4?tf. D H. W. C. FORD Us? located ib Woodstock and will prr.i"p"v ?'iswer all - ff oirricB at the reetaenee 'it vir. D. 11. Walton, "f M'lblei.bura Sir-wt. may - '???-lvr. [)U.T. F. LOCKE, Resident Dentist," Off . ? Main T., WoOOSTO? K, Va. jy Chloroform, either and :, ol T t Ih. ii o. si?lrr. T\\i. (HAS. J, SAGER, k, offen H ; ril ?.tul and will . Iv? pronapl ? Mar. lit. ? BSTAB1 IsllKl. 1872. J. F. SAUM & CO., ?WHOLBSALB Produce ComsaissionMercbaats MS Loi i?l.\\> An km K. WASHINGTON. : l). c. Solicit ?liipnurits ot svarjl nisrkftnlil. no matter wast?of the Farm. I>?'ry. Ptinlti V anrt Stork Yaid Ship l>. i - put) daily the hi?k-sal wholt-mlt prior?. 2t> vi'ar? (oveM 20 in this cit> ) of snr Cfiiwtu! -?(.t-tlfice is (?orast-M of on. t.u?iiii?s abilitj to b?ndle shipment? antwlaetorllr. Ri'ter to proprietor of FIkrai.I) and Citi r.fi'S National Bank ot Washington citi D.C. Mar. 20*-r, '.jr. WOOL WANTED. I will ray tin- Might s* Cash Price foi w.ol o! al) gradea J. D. Orabii.l, Woodstock,Ya, IT J* .? "J ?? ?y f -y -r -y r*** *?** ?**? A? *?*- ***- -?*? -*- -**-, M M H ead Ache ? Arc your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Fain in your back? Lack energy? Appe-tite poor? Digesti?n bad? Boils or pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what poisons? From poisons that are al? ways found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood, al? ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. There Is a common sense cure. AVER'S nuls They dstty ?sure ?a sasy and natural movement of the bowels. You will find that the use of Agcr's arsaparisia : with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities a,id is a great tonic to the nenes. Wrlto the Doctor. ? r.rli.s. Tnn ^l ? ? .. adv.tu J Without Cu?t. Atldr???, ,*? M: J ?J L.?-,,,. W . - ?^vyr T -y v -v T -ar? /^-*^-^>-?-^-^-*>---^?**--V THE HEAVY_EURLEN. *? K.iTlit*r ? heavy burden, Isu't it tr.v bojF Clarence Spencer l<> whom tin a in.!.-, lui'! been addressed, turned trntn liit* ledger ami looked Ht the speaker. Clarence was a young man?not mote than five ami twenty ? and was book-keeper for Mr. Sdomon Wardle. It was Solo in on Witrdle, a pleasant-faced, kten-eytd man of Bfty, who liad spoken. '?A heavy borden, isn't it, Clar? ence F the merchant repeated. Ami it II the you OS man was h eut. Hin look indicated that he ilitl not oomprebeod. He lia ? been lor some tima bending over tbe edger with his lliongn ? lar awaj; ami that bis thoughts wire no! pleasant ones, was evident enoogb fioiu the glooni upon Ins bande?me face. 1 .My elear boy, tie borden is not only heavy now, btit it will grow heavier the longer \eu carry it.'* ?\Mr. Wardle, 1 tlo Dot oompre be nil you." "Ab, Clarence!'' "I oeitainly elo not.'' '?Didn't I call at your bouse for yon this morning!" Clarence nod led asseii). '?And dieln t 1 be ar aid see enough t'i reveal to inn the Uuideu that von took with you when yon i.-tt'.' Von must remember, m\ l>>-. that I um o'eler than ,\ou are, and fiat 1 1 aw i cen through tbe ml I. Tou find your burdeu heavy; ami I have no doubt that Barab'l heart i? as heavily lailen as your own." Ami then Clerence Spencer nn deratood; and the morning scene was piesent with bini, an it bad been ; Tese lit with him since leav? ing home. On that morning be bad bad a dispute with hi;?, wife. it hail oeeorred at tbe breaklaat table. There is no ne? el eit repto dnO?Bg the i-ct ne. >i.lli.c (O BBj i lia,t it bad oomefrom teere nothing and lia'l groan to a canst ?d anger. The til si had l.uiu look .?lid a lore; then a tli-l, of I m pa iicnci; th? ii a rising ol (he voice; thai another look, the vol?:?? roa< higher; bm ?>n was nncbaage?:; paaaion gained strajj ami ibe twaio loat aigbt of the wann, ?n ?luring lo\e that lay ?mitten aid aching down deep Ii iheii heaita, ami felt for ibe ti ne oui > Um pasa l?g tornado. An?l ( larence re iiietiilieicil that -Mr. Wardls bed entert-il bis bouse, and had OBBgbl a h?kii ol tin? stoim. And Clareiioe tl.ought of OB? tblag mort: He thought how biIs etably unhappy ht liad been all tbe morning; u.?l In knew not BOB long bis binden ot DDaappineM wan to be borne. ?'Honestly, Claret.fo, n-n't it a heavy and tliankleaa binden?" The book-keeper knew thai bta employer was his Irieiid, and tiiat he was a true hearted Christian man, and after a biict pause Le uuswertd. "Ves, Mr. Wardle?, it is a heav burden?'' The merchant smiled, and at down? Ilia face beamed with gooe liens anil an earnest light was i bis calm bin?- eye. "My boy, I am going to ventur upon a bit of fatherly counsel. hope i shall not offend." '?Not 8t all," Haiti Clarence. II winetl a little as thongh tbe prob i"g gave liiin new puin. '?In the first place," pursued 11? old man, with ? quiver of etnotio iu his voice, "you love jour wile'.' ??Love!-' "That is enough. I know tba you ?lo love bei." '?O! Mr. Wardle,?" ? I? "You love ber as well as you die when you married her'.'" "Bettei! better! 1 love bor mon ami mult!" "Ami ilo you think she loves yot in returiiF "Loves me in return?" ?-Aye,?-what ?lo ,>ou think aliou III" "1 know it.*' "Yon know sh? loves \ou1" "Yes." "Ami you know that deep tlowr in her heatt she bold? your love a moat sacred treasure!" "Tes, 1 know it. ' "Then yon must admit that tin trouble of this morning came hon no ill.feeling at heart?'' "()t course not." "It was but a surlac?*- seju.il, lot which you aie ven sorrs?" A moment'? beattation, am; then?"Yes, jea,?I am heartily soi r \." ".now m erk me, Clarence, and answer honestly: Don't you think your wile is as sorry as \ouau-J" "1 cannot doubl it."' ??1? sin- not probably, in the :i of bur home, fluttering mme keenly than \ou an !" '?I doubt that, Mr. Wardle. Ai .Il even's? I hope she may not Im s ,il. ring morts." "Verj Well, 1-et that pass. Y?u know ?be la bearing her part oftb? butdeu '" "Yes.?I know that." "A'nl t.ovr, tnv l.ov, ilo you re? alize where the heaviest part of the bnrdeu la lodged/" Clearance looked upon his in terlocutor ?ronderingly. "if the atorm had all blown over, ami jou knew that the suu would shine when \ou next entereel yooi hoTiH'.you would not feel unbappj P Clarence assented. "But continued Wardle, you lei r that there will be doom in \oui home when ,\ou retnmt" The young man bowed bis Lea?! as he murmured an affirmative. '?Because," the morchant added, ?nth a touch of parental steinness iu his tone, "vou ?re resolved to carry it the re.'' Clarence looked up in surprise. "I?1 earn iff "Aye,?-mu? have the burden IB vont heatt, and you mean to cany it home Remember, my boy, i have been there?, and I know all about it. 1 have been v.ty luoli.-li in im lifetime, and 1 ba**eauftered. I ?ottered until I dlacovered uy folly, and r ia un l reaoivt-d lo suftei no metre*. Upon looking the mat? ter squarely and honestly In the tace, i found that the borden* which bad so galled me ha I been aeil-iuipossed. ?l course ?nah bur? dens can be thrown ofl. Now you have resolve! that yon will go hou.e with ?. heavy heart and a elaik lace. Vou have no hope that ..our wife will meet you with a smile. And why??because you know that she has no particulai Oauae tor smiling. You know that beT neart is hardened with the samo affliction which gives ?ou so much utiiest. And so, you are fully assured that >oa are to find your home shroudnl in gloom. A. d furthermore, \<>u don't knoa when thai gloom will depart, and when bleated sunshine <?f love win burst in again. And why don't you Know ? because it is not now iu \our heart to weep the cloud away. Von can say to yoursefl,? '?I en stand it i.s lot g as .?he can! Am I not ri Jii'r"' C .nonet? did not answer In words. '?1 know I am right," pursued tue D?robant, "and \er> iikeF, your wife is aaj?ng to i erself the same .lung, so ?oar hops of suu ? i o dota not rest upon the willing nese to forgive, but upon the Ina bi lty to near the burden. I'.y ami liy it will liappen, as it baa hap? pened Pelote, that one olthe twain will surrender (rum exhaustion,and it will he likely to'te the weaker party, 'then there will boa collapse and a iccoiicii.ition. (ieiierally the wife fails first l.enea'.h the gal? ling buiden, because her love is keenest aud most sensitive. The husband, in such a case, acts th [part of a coward. When lie might with a biealh, blow the cold away he crlngaand cowers omit the wif. ih forced to let the sunlight i: through her breaking heart." Clarence listened,and wai troob led. lie was not a fool, nor was Ii aliar. D?ring the sllenoe lbs followed he reflected upon the paal and lie ealled to mind scenes jos such as Mr. Wardle had depleted And tins brought him to the re? membrance of how lio had seat his wife weep when she hud failed and sank beneath Ibe heavy bai ?len, and how often ehe badsobbe? upon bis bosom iu grief for Ibi error. The meicbant tead the yonn| man's tliougLt.?; and after a timi lie rose and touched him upon tb< arm. "Clarence, suppose yon wen- t? put unir hut on and go borne now." Suppose toa should think, on vont way, only of the love and bietaii a that might be; and, with tin.? thought, vou^suould enter your cut tage with a smile upon your lace; and >ou should put jour arms around j? nr wile's neck, and kiss her, nnd softly sav to her, Ml.\ darllBg, I have come hon.etc Ibron down the binden I took away will, me this morning. It is greatei than I can b?'ar.'? "Suppose uni were to do this, Would u>ur w;U repulse yooT" ? Kept Is.? ii e':" "Ah, my dear bov, you echo mj words w th an amu'C ueut WD ? 1. ?ho\ s that you anderstand me. Now sir, bave yoa the courage ii try theexje ?men'? Dire you be so much ol a m h h ! 1 ?.ire yoa Unis irj to imitate your Di i in?' Tescbi i ? Or do yen fear to ar ?rife know bow much you 1 ive ber I I o you fea i thin abe would esteem and respect you the less loi the d? ?'?'?'.' ?'ell m? ! Do roa Hunk the cloud ol unheppinees might thus be banish? ed? O Clarence, II yon would i>u; i rj." 8 ? * * Sarah Spencer bad Dnisbed bei w?lk iu the kitchen, anil iu Un chamber, and bad sat down with ? ? i sewing in her lap. Bol sbi could not ply her needle. II. i bean was heavy and sad, ami tears were III her eu s. Tu lently t-he heard Ibi door open, add a step in the bal!. Certainly sbsknew that step! v.s ?her busband entered. And a smile upon ais h?ce. Bhe saw it tbrough ber gathering tears, an? her heavy heart leaped tip. Aid e came and pnt his arm arouud bei nick atiii ki-.-.-.l ber?and bi to bei in broken sec? nie? "Darling, I bave come home to throw down the balden I tl Ok away with me th s moining. It it mora than 1 can bear!*' Ami she trying to speak, pillow id her head upon his bosom and aebbed and wept like a child. Oh, ?'mid be forgive berl Bis coming with the Messed offering hrt?l t'.nown t!?e whole bord n ol re poracb back apoo herself, she saw him noble and gener?os, and sbi Borsbl ped him. Kut Clareace would not h?r to take all tlia blame. He mil t sine that. "'?Yc will share it so evenly," be aaid "that its weight si a'l le tell no more. And now, my dail ing, we Will be happy ? "Alwin s. ' sas? Mr. Wardle had no need, when Cl?renos returned to the store, to ask the result. He could read i m the \otnig man's brimming eye, .mil in Ins joy-ln-splreil face. It was a \e-ar alter this?am' Clarence Bpencer bad bicorne a partner In the bouse?that Mr. Ward le, by accident, referred t< the ?venta ol that gloomy ?join? ing, "Ab," said Ularfaice, with I swelling bosoiii,' "ih.it was the most blesse el lesson I ever ncei\ eel. My wile knows who gave it to me." "Ami it serve's vou yet, toy boyF "Ave,and it will serve us whi'a ve life. We have 0006 Of thOM n'tl burdens ol ang. r to bear now Tbe-y oaanot Bod lodgment witi us. The Hash and tl.e Jal maj eouie, as iu Hie oilier days?for we are but human,.ton know?bit tie heatt winch has Hi inly resolyeii not to give an abiding pi ice to the ill Keeling, will oot lie? nailed apon to entertain if. Smnetimes we aie tooltabj hut we laugh at our folly when we see It, anil throw it e 11 we do not nurse it until it becomes a bordea.?-Hew York Lodger, OASTOHIA. B?r.ri the A It1- K'tl?! ?0U Ha*? llWTJI BOBjtt (HOICK OF BELIEF REV. DR. TALMAGE SPEAKS ON LIGIOUS TOLERANCE. vu Evangelical e imp. l.,?. it ? h lit' ?.1...1I nuil Ire -.-el.il.K S.nilf r.lltl? \liur> ?ri'lllrillll III?. ?loll? l)f|tl.il III. -iii.M-.itiN, Jnne 11. In mon Dr. Talma a t. which will interest domestic ein 1 verywhere The te x\ i Qt d< sis sill, "Lei tin re be 1 I pray th between me and tbe a and be Iwe en berdmen and thy berdmen. U not whole bind beft re thee t" Dncle and nephew, Abram and I. both piona both millionairea, and w s 11 b large flocka o? ble titing tbeep a ? cattle ih.it their hi rdmen ? into ?1 fight, 1 ? inae tbe co by the ty of o| portnnity.bnt tle-ir weali wies ti ? ?in -.? two B old Mi 1 conti i; wai like t ?1 in t ii. Tie waa .1 vast ri ach 1 f conntry, r*ornfit It rds, barve sti an : ; "N. w, " la Abram, "let u? . . I 1er. 11. are tb ? iwept :;?! With Wl . and there (iltiin dan, with tre pie Inxnriant ?? V. ? may bave L :. who wai not ai ri.-li ai Abrai i t'i tal . ? ? ? ? - ? Now, \ ' S git al ? ? ads. let hii . . which tu i:n :, my bi rdmi n ttii'i thy bt 1- ;. : ? theet" tacn Dlaeaa.loa Or pi o ret. ? ii at ti.. ' which ? 1 or dt m mina : : i at the . onld 1 ' cbnrcb, | ?ill the I ? ilonon kindling nf indi fathe r Abram '?Let the! strife, 1 praj II n me and tbaa men la not 1 ? land before iject never under taken 1 y any other pulpit. f"r it I? tin . and if ml [bt giv? but I .-t, pro icfa it without tbe ? ' with tl with the a Mili-r that ?ill t: gelical cli.m h. a b i truth i ? for i..i? pin? sa on eai?h and in I will go with yon into i beological library, und I wil show you -. ' mi n- fr.linii t? rs in a] denominations that set forth : .?inner und Christ as u .!? livt r. r fron sin im.I sorrow 'I'n.it Is the whole k"* pel. Get th t Into yi n m ni .-nid yo? ure fitted tur tl." b? i" snd the bers after. Tbers sre difl? n ni i -. ws admit, i" denominal '? o - w? Hi.-" bettes than ?'tin r- ihres or foui of us mule eoTenin agreement to meal ? :,i I. , i b? r a iw in < 'hit agi on inipoi tuiit busin the New V'.rk Central railroad, aaotbsi by lbs '? id, in.utl.er by lbs Ivania railroad, another by lbs Baltimore und ?>hio railroad I tins way bacBBSS the mountains ara gram!, r ; nu. lli. r t another thai I,.. mi- .t'-r ; ntiutln-r takes the other bseaass bs ha.? loag basa m cu-tuui'.1 to th-.r r ute, and all the employ?es are familiar, Bo taxas our en : WS .?lily net .i" of lbs ii able evangelical denominations, If yod ? tli.ir trains rnn on a broad ganga and aoiue on a narrow gauge?will bring It 111. inanyol ? ' ? ' ? ii . Held, 1.1 ? ? salvatit ti and I yon, :i < ti I >< i ri ;ti t-.| Im-band . . ? | ? . tioned an i l ? . .,f th?ta Bnt i I likini; ? exorable : i that il ive n vantage of tha? Intended to I ? ? It wiiiihl be ii be any ; who !' ? ' ? and rigorous Le t I the m . nr bickt ry A i ira, to ? - : oil! "ti :i the re !?(> no strife. I nit.- and thee and between n y niel thy bei Inn.I befof ti?tl and ii ippy an) m t.. the cbui . to *a Aur.i- ... I ? tarianism, le I chnrehe tlitit yt.n tttt. tel tb y..nr e i. ! to differ, W ? tif your I R 11(1 till' other, bsartil* other a good et mi. ti and a tim Hoe, m n at ti ? and to , tbe bind bel] ' thiiiiKli i al pat ha, anel tb.it yoo have both been fed by tbe I - 1 - : ? ' . It ? ' ' ? - . : ' ' ' ' tita her i rati h and u ; itreams - ? - - : ' p : : - i -? . ? b i.illibly ?? The arth the . ... i every ? ? turn ronnd the in came around ? ' ? . i ? - ? ..i into say . f call "a . A maa may .. sad ?? : UUd ?I ' I Il - tt.l t.i bave i - ;i watt Imite? 0 I cry. "1 ? i. Ibat tiiey. ? bit 11 1? III I, " a tbtiii . ?m 1 Vit llut Idea of j I ' ? :. . 'ni.- the All ideas I church ? i family wll M . mail? .Mi-t- r hotel, It il tiie window and aaw tbrt i ramenai I bouse. anotbet on Bt Mai ? ;nl. Hn -tniiist' r abbey, and they ; .?.?.,..' | be r ?m i :ive mil 1 live mlaat?? after 11 I might ha vvtii ?nue cored??M mi ptiib thing ss time, lie cause too three timepie?ea were differ eut, as f' r j . ' because the statement of it. but let ni i part of oui ??'ir'.h in . ? itltur in ., enees will be cathedral of el with Boon ol aglow with | What .-t;. angel hoisted myriads of ? coronetedl What ??lt.tr. .v. n "ii. ? |?r eut HI our pr ? with th. the church ui cbnn Ii tr of all i. cymbal to ? ' t?, r. i all the - the tun.'. tory I Thy bi !'reelnu n I !......-?:,.- |.nicle. A fri? h l ? ? it SB a.? tar us b? Having, i;i <?? d'a ? : vid tu til" Otbl ?: ?i Is telling off every! what h.- ?h. aid do ?? 'i. ii- ? th.- bappy th would let give i' ? 1 give it back I free. And b which it in ! to the : :'. . 1 It f:: :. Th.- .?un Ir. : I away niel I ? waa thinking r. the era - - . Pollii ; : I bed it ..ut plication"?-a I ?"with t. I it - . blue hcav .. r ri a. Thirty j s a poor Fayette com ?? . interest In a - : at the tim? 24 y>ars uld. 'I acquire the w lie could in tbi when th. i ?elf en' n . At ??i he trade. In 1878 11 Ferg isoa the Prick I Andrew Carnegie then I elated with Mi coks basis? -- and t< t i i my ? two IlliV, ' is i,nly ? t" ; slight He is ' BStiofi. PLAYING AT PARLIAMENT. ,V Kern ??Hint- Wh I '? loarlehes i? th.- Schools of illl>llII. An in.- : recent!? bis papila of tin? .la. u ? t?Still i; ?I i- DOW tbroagh th. - -?> attract..1 many 1 fosraaki in < ?? that -. b in t v.ry country might well foil, w ' ? of tit? Jspsm - [a bis school the principal plays the part of the prims ' i three teachers I of the navy. I tak" th- ? ' ? the parliam? at : ' history. Otb r act the | ? attached t.. : At tii ? held In th school al ity m the north of Japan, an embryo member of meut pr' - ? bill f.'r tl.. u! ?ill n ? I all , ,1 champion 11 tbe lull was a for twn bonrs in if lbs many in I terrnptions wiiiili were mid.? by tbe , deputies, on ti. a The new?iapcrs east day gave a '? ?? count 11 n. i predi? him a I rilliant parliam. ntury career if ! he decided t.. eut? I The speak, r- red him were fortaaata On of thsn in i was sticiiiiiarr.i-scd by the interruption* . from the t bead c, ioplot.lv and Was I lin tO turn : ar.d swallow a cap of tSB, after which he hastily , i feature of the .?? retf of all thoes w Ii. : dent?, si ?v? II as it points of -.?rave dignitaii.-s wh, m they rep? resented, and many a hearty Ian?!. aroused by the skillful manner in Which they portray.?! the leading; legislators of their cotintry Thi? tii-t a ed for seven hours, und it Esigbt not have ended then it the prime mir. had not remarked that it was time for dinm t. Evidently there will be no luck of 1 csndidatea for parlUmeatar) hoacss in i Jtpau. at least dining tbe press?t gea? uruUou. ??cw York HiiMsld.