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HM 0. AMDIfttOft, trtar rt tro(nttr.
NO LIFK WITHOUT STRIFE.
W w.st talk M v ptraa alwMrt llrtltf at mm
Anil ftw ("rota enr-rndft.; awn,
Ara ernit that nr tar i rHrt-M of pack
That w btvfi trw srnnt tob-tar:
Vs rn-iv tnt wit pro, to Ihr arms at oat
Hirh trimw that wmlth ran irlre.
Ami any. a we rtsap Hirer Jovn la Off pM
That w'r )til twjpin lira.
Bat, Ww'wj atm thers't a eh ta the
Wt- lire of lh rU1rt1 m
ff th rntnfm-u art-Hind, thf frw-tda that abound
Thr brmtitirl Uilnire prsrv-rt.
And ah hr tlir of w rlrt or the hoy,
Whrm Inlhnir til) wt nf una:
for the rftirTtirM and sal to nna
Thf nrtif that at last a as won.
T"r nmt nt'en ruat, and the soldier snn-rt
Hiw ever a foe to flrtit ;
And the pilgrim ..nl niarrh toward tU (tal,
HtiaUuvO: tie the tltatant gh :
for when all is at wr. and confflrt erase
And duly ae-flects to rail.
'r f tafcf looiir hod. and rail miwirM daad,
Fur w an pot llTlnjr at all.
For la plain-ret prne th hi no rrpowa,
No i-i-sl Ihts de of the rmrr.
Fit Ui-nf who would wta a triumph o'er .,
For thoar who are tnw and hrsv.
fVe mv talk a we pi. houl licU at ease
Vnttl wr have spent cur breath,
Rut there's do real life without aoaw aort of
And the rnd of 11 all t TValh!
Jcfpktt paUartt, in JT. T. L"ttr.
AN OLD MAYS YAKX.
The Simple but True Story of a
As e left the ritv on our wav East
my frii nil )iiniil mil to nip the re
mains of nimn Tvilon hiiililinp. unit
Mill: "Thrn- la nuitc a story mmici lfd
tvlth tlmse bltlliliiifrs. Onnlght I hail
tHOKlim ti pn mid soe old Mniut, nnd
Hie ronvrrsatinn turned on real rstiile."
.ii ii ii .i .
in, fui ui uii' inn man, dnm intra
llllln nearer the lire, "I'll ull you liw
it nil haniwiipil.
It aa in "79, mt I wamlown In the
lot hoomr; iwtnt-s. when 1 looked up
ml we a fi ller with a stirk painteil red
nd w hite standin' quite near ami artin'
Under funny; then 1 notii-ed another
fi ller lookinjr at him throu:h a py
da and making motions to him like
Ui kill himself, anil 1 knew they wan
urreyor. That wan in the aprini;. In
aolurt time we heard the railroad wa
min' thmtiph, and then the real
prtjite. men from town began eomin'
Jown and lKitlierin' the life out of ti.
I he railroad took a hip strip of mv land
and paid me what I thought wan" a fair
priee. hut the value of that land began
to rise and every one thought they were
millionaire.. Old man Fairlianka was
lighting with .Jim Conover alml liil..
and the railroad rame prettv near not
paying eitlior, but linally Jim proved
Hn.ke,wln.wa my next nelpliW.
I nilt a lirii-k hou-e and put on great
Myle, and mine of the oliieis did the
Mine, anil young Harry (iiw went
round in dog cart he'got from the
I wa pretty wi ll aatWled.w ith my
cild plaeo, and did not want to ehange,
tut when they oflered me f.'i.(K)o an
nere fur the old fiuin. I gave iu and let
" go, ami mighty glad I've Ikh-u ninie,
. (or it ain't worth i now.
"1'it tly KHin a gang of men rame
along ami built a gnule w here the mir
veyora had nin the line, and then they
liegan to build the bridge, aimu Uie
"There whu a lot of Frenchmen who
lived down by the river, and hen they
heaiil the railroad was coming they go't
Iheir nhotgiim and said they'd hhiait
the firnt engineer they got ig,t f.
The rompnny -nt down about fifiv
pindera, who did not rare no more for
inoae guns than bean rhootera, and old
(leaiulret aent wml to the eupiuM-r a
he'd aiirrender, ao there win no more
"Thingi were pretty lively then.
"No one thnnpht any thing nf It ai
ne wan iletl to talkin ao.
"It wa the night before F.ler Sun
day, and aa AI went tin the mad Halt
Jiil rnn(f mt n( Manda'a don-
amt he aaw them plain I the tnoan-
tinlek a k taw them he an and
"It eeni Hall wa kiin" her and
Ihe ball went clean through him and
Jwt tore her alreve Wilhoul hm ling her
a tilt: but the porfonnj;fiillfellld
In her arm
"There a nn nne ele In the honw
ami AI jnat tnrniit and walked back
down the road, Jut at if nothing had
"There wa tnhf wharf they had
In carry the tone out to build Ihe pirra,
and w nlkeil dow n and out to Ihe end.
"The watchman mw h'm. but did not
think any thing out of the wav. You
ee the bullae wan a good w ay nff, an
no one heard the nhot.
"Nolaalv ever M Al miln. thonr-h.
aa they nay he droit neil him If In the
rimr, but ihey ve never fonnd hiblv.
o aome think h p.t off ti T'anaila or
Mexico. Hut m one Could tell how,
for if he had gone acn the river or
mine Imck aome one would har ech
him. f. there wna artldiien on both
'Hall had a mightv fine funeral:
eienixly round went to it, and the
work was Hooped that dav. rra,n
Thomiwon nreachei a nnwerfiil r,-l
aemion. and all the women waa en in',
and then they aeiit the body to hi folk
"And thal'a whv Manda'l alwava ao
aad, and now the aav he'l going to tie
a enn." .'.V., m'.V. . irnj.hic
The Greet Brrtoklrtt Preadher1
Wrw Trmi. Ifareh T -ReT ffenrr Want
Beecberwaa attacked with paralrata laat
PrMar mnrotna' In the evening bit avmp.
fcnro beca ma aeitona, Dra. Hammntiil anil
tlearla were Id atr.tnee, keih At waora
tare hut few twpii. Ut Uia eminent dlrlno't
Veaterday the oomllltoa of Mr. Deeeher
waa not materially changed. He waa In a
deeply comaloae atnte from wl-n Le
coina am ne areme aflu ln,m which ha
willaeetlriloauly rally. He Ilea ntiietly
llle one la a deep aleep and fivea no indlca
tlona ef pain or uneasiness. His pulse
rartea from Ufl to tin At one time for ear.
era! hours it Intermitted two or throe beau
Vh.i jh. , Aem.ii.1,. n,
in. W f neaeral l,i,.Uo. M
1 awenad ana s-inai
ailT0a, March 4-nesplte thsfact
X a very (treat deal of time has beea
naumed tn useless debstes, a rarlew of
n Work rinni hih. f , .b
res .which eaplr,! tHly. discloses the JT.IHJT. "isa.herlsla te stert a
i. U'u'ma Id itfTar. Rf Uioa fR tit ht.tftrt ot
Approifiatta lrWt,nm for tho tsrHtaM cf a
nrmr a potn-offlr oatidln at Aaa FraadMie,
R'-poaHntr 'h Trtir-oftBr arl
Aulhnrlvinf u Brwiary of War to arept
...-to mi- isimmmiki t inn txrtla land haw
B,n trattt, near fJhlro, tot Military
THE LOT OF WOMEN.
Why RTt-ryl.Iri Ahnald Aratr A rt.4A
tloa m Whlt-k ftha Cwlel Hslld m UvU
most liable to suffer from poverty, are
those who have grown up in homes of
comfort, if not limirr. n.l whom cir-
riini'tanrea finhlenly force into a po.
tion where they iuiit support them
selves or become nhjecta of charl'v,
thrown on the world without the lca't
preparation to meet ita wants or Iheir
It is p witlvcly criminal f ir parents
to allow their daughters to grow into
maturrH- w ithout laying a foundation
on which they ran build a livelihood
should circuiiKtanres dein ind it. It
costs no more time or money to edu
cate a girl to a definite pur)"e, a
de6nite object, than it does to let her
saunter through her school days ac
quiring little or much as inclination and
conscience dictate. Give a purjiose to
her ach nil life by imbuing her with
Ihe desire to develop all her powers,
and five her a sense of responsibility
by educating her to understand the
possibilities of the future, and the wi-
dom of preparing for that possibility.
Nothing gives more dignity and poike
to character th-in the conv iouneM
lb it one can st ind erect n,l -l.-a.lf.Kt
when the occa-ion demand. To allow
girl strong ami in Uie possession of
l ?ArK minute but laat oronm it rwtnainM
pntrmilar and quit hard anlfolL Th
twtnrwnUurv has ran rod from itft to
4U4 at prowmt nudi at Hw Thr raapir
attoi number about Sl to tho minutvj. aod
nj ooay ana extrrmitit-a are equally warm.
Tl.rfM lu.hj aod ojU a HomrwhfU
'itld hue. He II unable to speak or twallnw
Any thiDff except small quantities of liquid,
which must bo cautiously administered to
prwnl eh ok io k Dunnjr the day he waa
-Oder the con r tan t atiwenrisioa of nhrai.
cUna, who ramained with him I ant nivbt,
od Lr. W. T. Ueimuth and Dr. W. A. Hm
mond. of Now York, each Tisited him otiot
1 he mMioAl adrleia am in hill nA an.
Mreiytnoord aa tn the datura aod Inrattonnf
the diacaMs ita present status, the m natures
f be employed and the progress of the ease.
It is their opinio a that the history of the
caae coo firm the opinion they hare entor
tioed from the begiDniDff that recorery is
OH be hond fur: that Ibourh the infu-
aiPB of blood into the brain is bow atoppod
, - i'wa unmomiaTB may at any urn otxmr :
ua ena iue: that it ts ant likely to nappe
ia the immediate future ao far as present
in ,nps are io do trusted; and should it
ocmr. that his life may be spared yet eer
tral days, how Ion depends on his eodur
snoe and strwniftb of constitution. Dra.
Hammond and Helmuth will not return for
a consultation unless sent for. as they have
zpreaaed themselves as deeminf it unneO
essary. 3(o one except aire, ttoocher and
her children Are Allowed to visit his bed
aide. At four o'clock yesterday morning thnrt)
eemed to be a chAnfre for tbe worse. And
all the members of the family wore sum
mn7d. Breathinif almost oeaaed and dia
nlution seemed near. The patient waa
wholly unconscious, but half an hour later
a mlly took place. At ten o'clock another
alarming nla:s occurred ind Mjjf f wi
to- a cmrrtittre and hastened to Dr. Ham
mond's office in Sew York. The duotor
was so enraged be could not leave and he
aeni a request to Dr. Told U. Ueimurth
Nerer were there rt Many .bills Intfd
dneed, and more wre repirtorl from oirt
inlUooB than at any previous ( nnrresa!
more, too, are left en the faleidar at
niaftej nopea thin were eror known al
wii ei pirn ton or a tonifress.
more were Intro Diced In tho Hntiae of
neprnnematives during- tbe session just
"mui-u dims ana jint resolutinns.
The lant bill wan Introducoi br Mr. Her
bert, of Alabama, and was for the pay
ment of n private claim, while the laat
J"lnt resolution wasproseuted by Timothy
'-""'I'WlM 91 proOKtjn.
tn ihene BieAsurc- Ihrodod 4,
i.a were reported Hark frdm the ariHutf
ppintnlttccft with favnrable or Adrrraerce
omracndlir.na. and A majority of Ihroi
have died, so fur as bartnf any legislative
.mi laeoncerne i. if thry are to have
rrtmdtnv htr a t'nina attMiateiB' kiMi
tlmor11" 5ltMol el NdrtherB
Rflattna; to the eroeeilnra la trait tA bIma
tvo(Jrm1sf to AmeHrsa rltl tens the rivht fta
Kitse rei estate la the Territories,
rrovhlinff for an tnvestifstltH. of the books
-wwunii or tti rselflr railroad,
tlrantinf the title to nrttB imid i tk ruav
ITo.idinir for the erlninf of setts arainst the
r nr tjonjinartlnM kw.t - .
n.Trn -eivoea uw city ef New York aad Um(
Vnt i ttrlttife
bi tue faiix
rT A brtdM aetnate ihm ta rtwmm M tKai
To aire Oavresatonal aflMent to the eemrse
the flfea tf aaawha rtveri
llfl- tmL . . j , . . I . - "".mnw Harm o in eetiirse
must II? ti i , JL, I'0 V re"8 th0' S"" br the Oraat, ef Dertdtoe,
mii4t bo re-lnlrodnccd.
The last com mil toe report wa submlt-
w" oy Mr. .rcrkcnrldffe, of Kentucky,
Ana waa on the bill proposing- to admit,
duly free, materials to be used In whntM.
Ins; Knatport, Me., which waa destroyed
There were Introduced In ih Rn..
e dims and lie joint reotntlons.and the
per cent reported from committees was a
imie Dinner than In the House.
1 tie in! htll tllcr1rlnM.t i aa Ik.. U.t
, . . . v isa uie ertuk w w ma
bV Mr, HawlCV anil Was tnm nsmaic
Tne last bills reported from ccmmnteea
Trna., over the rumherlan rttor
AmenriiRit aa act for the pnrrhae of a site
Mlh00 ,H,bllc bA'Wto At Detroit,
Antboritln the nrlntlne of t.WW evirti rmiM
of the report of the health nlum at the n..iM-t
of Oilumhia, and the eulosries la Coturress anoa
the lAtc Senator Locsn.
A it homing- the con l roe tloa of a brldtre
Srross tbe Miourl livef betwera Omaha
aod Council Bluffs.
Authomin' the use nf the kwtt t
Oovernment rrerratna at H t Kprlnrv Ark.
Aatbortring the felted mates treasaree
to rreott the Dlstnet of Cola-note with eertatn
And signed by the President were fuf the 1 i1"' ' lave. tin the same in bonds.
DurtnaMbe last two dava of l he min
the calendar of the two houses increased In i
s.se rather than diminished, owing to re- I
rJT mnue i or ine purpose of fivinjr char
arter to tiie measures rather than with A
view of brintinc about their pnssare.
The House ealeadar Is compose:) of eighty-,
A ot ben line the Drtattn of thenmMi
of the investiiratines of Dr. Kdward Rhike.
pea re eonceraiaa? the aetata, ete ni sm.t--,ta
AatborftlTur the Delatn. fVerr rtt. nik
Hills railroad te ennttmrt a midfe across the
M'stcnn MTer at Pterre, tak.
Auihonilne- the Tembls-hee rallmart Iamb.
struct a hrfflre acrnu the Mississippi rirer at
elrht parea. renreaentin 1 1A.1 mMir I ecar Ofrtumbus. Miss.
s follows: In mmmit'ce of tbe whole. Admitting freeof Anty articles for ei tit bit ion
House on the state of the Union. SP7; on J """""s exhtbitioe.
the calendar wuhout preferment, 1AV: on ra;n whh tt '"' tobrme .a.
the calendar under thi clnnn JZ -nertt were the General 1-
wni, o-i special oraers, in; Dills re
ported from the prlr.ie calendar Undis
posed er, ai prlvl'red reporu anil unfla-
Ished business. HI
There are twentr-four pares ef the
Senate calendar, besides the inlx. aB It
contains the titles of (10 messnros, meat
or waica are or a general character.
The Brst act of the laat session of the
ronr-alnth loniresa wkich receivM the
signature of Pre. asnt Cleveland, was the
ene which fixed the pf ef rraduatea of
-.1 roinu n waa approved December
3U. last Tear.
Following are the titles of the acta of
the socond, or last aessloa of this Cob
fress, which hare a general Interest:
taurine certain oncers of the nary ot the
v mteu nv.ics.
Keliaqul.&lnf tbe Interest of th Talt
PnrtiarstioBS and Rive. .a n..ia
The followtnr hill, r.lleil tn tw..
laws because the President did ant .1.
11.11 to settle the elstm at . n ,
fide mo. '
Hill relstl.f te eromottoss le Ihe eMMl
i a .10 mp prtrcai tae eniplojraieat of .Ilea
The fctll m one. a strt. or Mhii. lanM Mn,.
ot Ksasas tor sellle.i.t.
Th. bill, eenvidiae for nMa wildinM
' wn nenn.w. Mica.
T! Lshor Ar.ttr.tloa bill.
The hill to .ansa a earl of IdajM an w-.
II II for pnntlne man. nf IK f i ,
vmw aao a aunber or prlrte mltef bills.
The Afrimltnral Uenartmenthill nassed
both House, and died with the committee
ner lueutnl ami nhr.oc.aJ rw.u u ro laatead and wait aoUl he rami nr
(Trow up wilhout an education that can I Hlnlurth as seated and drove hock with
lie t uracil into tiionrr is b vond all
i noro a wagons poinjr up anil down
Hie mail al il.ty, raiTvinir supplies, .ml
trntii camo fioin nil over to pet work.
I'lieiewero liousc jiut upon laith sides
nf the river, and in less tlnin a niouth
Ihent was quite a town there.
"The company had put up lioardin'
liouMts for the men. and oflicea and
buildings to store aumdies. nml then, of
fourse, there was four or five saliMins,
Ix'i-ause there was about IJU nien at
work, and they hail to have something
u uiina. rHMiut men irom up town
bailie down and starta-d groca-n- stores.
uu anc couipaiiy nnti a courier unng
tlie mail down twice a day, so tiiat ev
ery thing looked as though there was
to be a city there. Well, aa I waa
suyin', the real estate men were thicker
than crows alaiut a dead horse, and all
thai land waa laid out in city lota and
selling by tho foot
"All winter things was lively. There
as duneiu' going on at some house
niost every night, nnd tho beer that
waa drank at that bridge was a cau
tion. Kvery day you'd see wugon
loads going by, and when pay day came
there waa a regular jubilee.
"Young Mnnda darner was a right
tmart girl, and all Ihe boys was after
her, but she d took a fancy to a young
nigineer thai was there, and would not
look at any one else, and that w as what
made all the trouble, for, you see, be
fore that shew askcepiu' companv with
"When young Hall came it was all
sver with Al, and of course he w as
jealous and wanted to get even.
"Hull was a nice young fi ller, quiet
tncl milidiu' his own business, and
every body liked him. He w as a good
looking fi ller, and could ride a horse
belter than any man I ever see.
"The lirt time he and Al had trouble
Was one night w In u they went lo tow n
with Manila and another girl in Ihe
wagon. W hi n they got back Al went
to help Miilidu out, but she gave her
band tai Hall, and of course he liftid
her dow n. When the girls w as in the
house, Al said wmclhiu' to Hull and
struck at hitn, but he w as no, quick
enough, for Hull warded off the blow
and knocked him dowu.
"After that we all knew there would
be trouble, unit the hoys told Hull he'd
seller buik out, but he was plut ky and
did tlol seem to care.
"Well, it came along to spring, and
he and Manila wits pretty thirk, for
Manila was a nice girl and' she'd been
to chooi. so .he Min, pretty wi ll edu
raul. Al was ilniuk most of the time
down at H,c bridge, gambling with the
oieu. You kuow every niht thci'd be
lot of them .ittin' round the table, iu
Ihe (.100111 plaviu' i.iker till twelve or
nne o'clock, and whi.ky and money
aa going round lively. Al played
faanl, and the more he'd play the more
be'd hwc, but he never seclued to miud.
He kaid hu'd lott bis girl, so w hat elm
did be cute about and all the while he
w as rui siii' young Hull and suyiu' he'd
get even. Al ou lic.1 a good fui'lll, but
lie sold )hat and scni the motley for
drink r v lost it tit curds.
"One night ll was gctlin' prclty late
and there w a. a big jai k s,t ou the
table. Kcnry one dropjicd out but Al
and Jiiu Ki.'lcr and liiey kept raUiu'
on , mother till Al calbsL Then tin)
allowed up and Jim won. Al put his
Iilatol In In. pocket, he always had it by
itm tin Ihe table w hen lie played, and
pttl ou hi. but 'J hcu he got up and be
yau to .near.
" 'Thrrtrf lie says, 'It's all gone Bow!
I'll Itk iluil nieakiu' Hull and then we'll
l UovtiiU:' aud lie Mtut till
thing, ent.d. It places her at an iro-
tneiisv lisailiantige. hhe faces the
world wilh the con.-i.iu.nen that mar
riage is the deslinv to which she is con
signed by herself and friends. To miss
it is to fail to reach the goaU to win the
prize. So every unmarried man is view
ed in the light of such unwritten hope,
unexpressed, unacknow ledged thought.
Alas! how joor Uie priie that some
When a girl at maturity ia equipped
to meet the future on her own respons
ibility, she has gained the wwlom to
see life without the delusions and false
ideas that hold and Eovern a rrirl who
looks for a position that ia the eift of
another. When the gift of heart and
Msscssinna comes tn a girl so educated,
she accepts with dignity, because it ia
not a neeeseity tn her future. Support,
position, she could have gained for her
self. And she more truly gives herself
to a husband who dins not need his ma
terial gifts nor his name as a mantle to
cover inefficiency. Charlotte II route
years ago said:
"tori, at Uie nnm-nni fsantlles of girls tat
i.TiM-Ki -i a. orouaen of thcae anrls
.re everr one la b4iitKM or ta porfeauaiaiH;
thej hire xunethlns; to ou. Their uavn ban
no eM-Uilr eantUoTBoeat bnl vivH-! vork
rwin. an faniLj pe-.wrP tmi aoproBL.
visit. SAd no hop. I. mil Uwir tire, to emne. of
any thins better. The gna tut the sole ajjaa.
of ererv oh nf tbeas UU be wnwd bat tbe
uajenly wUl w.er bbwtt: the. wui ate m tre-v
auisr in r Could mt-m lire to tbemselrest WuaUd
! Major Pond, and at eleven a. m. thta bulu.
iin was issued:
Prof. Hrhnana la emualutloa fatly oonflrms
the optnloa of the other pfay.ifl.ns. Mr. Beevb-
sr is crsalukily faUing. u. mar Lit. for seven!
w. 8. Baui.a.
t'r. Hammond said last Bight: "Mr.
Beecber will never bo eonscious again.
There i. abaolutelj ao hope. Ho mar die
la two hour, and he mar last a eouple of
davs longer, but death la certain. The
paralysis of the entire left aide la now com
plete. ISotbing rouses hitn. lie lias Ib a
stale ot coma, but suffers no Dain. or.
least is conscious of nooe. The patleBt ta
bow merely a breathing machine. Preo
Ucallr be ut a dead man."
Long before daylight yesterday morning
rt waa nouoed that mianr tuore people than
oauau were ob toe stroma ia tbe vicinity of
the fieecher residence aad by eight o'clock
there was quite a crowd, eagerlj looking
vi vs U ' t WU1WU.
At aloe o'clock tbe following bulletin waa
9ueu: -air. iseecaer la about the
so chance since last olght" Itwaaelgaed
by Dr. -. 8. Hearle, the family ohTsiciait.
aod aa It wa. posted on the doorpost the
pwiw , iii w uf-o to ine sump la) reavd It
I aero wa. a reeling ot thanltfnllneau plain,
ly visible on the ootintenancea of the as-
emouure mat the lite of lit. illustrious dl
vine wa. still siiarod. and aa the dav ad.
vanced the throug oo the aidewalks of
iiarae ana Micas atreeu rendered the
street almoat impisaable. In the crowd
were peopte ol every elation from the mil.
honairo to the prosperous tradeam.n and
the poor Laborer. Tan einreaaion. of sym
pathy and condolence that ware heard on
au side, only mawle eaolhor powerful indi.
eauoet of the high estocm in which tbe
Plymouth pastor ma held by all o1ussl
itr. HaJLid.y conducted the services a
r.yniouta Church, and Ihe elerea o'clock
. tn.wM,. sT . I. direct was nouoeable on the eoneroeatton
ue atinea aoae or tnaur of tho praaenL.
At the church of lir. TiUmasre thm mmm
fcftver the rairerend gentleman'a prayer was
nlmoet as nfferting. Ir. Talmae made
inuor apposvi in neoairor Mr. i;e.;her. lit
prajed fenrenUy for tne divine blessing on
vua miuuiusa prearner. ana uiuaod o M
erher as the fnend of the milliimaira
the friend ef the worlrinffmnu, the friend
jew ann au men wnetrtor rich or poor.
Telegrams bare been sent to William
Beecher, brother at C hiratro- Chtvrlna
Beecher. a brother in Fhiladclphin, Thomas
av. Deeeuer, n erotber at Klmira, the Her.
Ueorire K. Belcher, n nenhew u Miiiav.
boro, .. and Uias Hoorilie, staler of toe
OCT. MJT. OCOVUW.
wttat tbe mi oiurtal Vo be; but tit nnnoos
wooian had more to ao than to spa aod rue
out purtkoas; abe was a manufjuriarrr ie
rosMlr bur liaea and svM It; tbe was aa anrul
turtst she boatrbt estates avid planted rtoe
rants. KtrrurUi aod honor were her rlothioi;
thr heart of her husbattd safelr trusted ta ber.
Bba opened her mouth with wisdom; la her
tonruewas tbe law of kindness: Iter railrfrea
rose up and eallMl her hlessed . par bus band also
praliM-d her. King of Israel! row nvxirl ut
a woman is a wormy model: But. are we. la
these dsr. brought op to be bite berf Ilea of
VirrkubifT ! do your tUurhUrs reach this lottr
staedard Cm th y rnra H c you help
w aa roo fire teem a neld la
whirh their faculties may be eaerrisnd aad
rrowr wen or Knuiaod ' luuk at rour immt riritv
many of them fihdinv round joa. droppib oB la
txraiuniuMn or aeciiae; or. what ts
feoerituag into sour old maids, or. what is worse
than all. reduced to strive, by scarce nMdest
ouuucirj ana aitasiB art i lire, to nu thai ot.
suioe and ernslderaiiua by marnace wbtch to
v-ruuacy is acBiea.
Kive even ciii from fho Umllil i mi
of false standard, false ideas. I.et her
decide her destiny uufeltereil by the
thought of belplewiirsa to provide for
licrwlf should nece.itv demand iu
The nohl.M. Iruest life f,,r woman is
thai of wife and mother. Hut that is
noblest and true.l only when entered
Into unselli-lily. reverently and for love
alone, founded and root.il in deepest
rcsect. A feeling coaled into a sem
blance of love because the object bids
fair to .land between fulurr needs and
the necessity of self-support is not a
love born of (iod, or saiirtined by the
marriage relation. It is unjust to any
girl to place her where her heart can
uot dictate unbiased. It is cruel to let
a woman face the world unable lo earn
her bread if the future coniels her
own hands to supply Ihe needs of life
for herself and others. ChriitmnL nion.
Digeatibihty of Cheese.
A chemical society that haa eaeri
mellUsl W ith some eighteen varieties of
cheese ni.'lkr. the following rcort:
fhedllar was digested ill Ihe .holiest
time, namely, four hours, w hilr unrijie,
skim, Swiss cheese ri-quiicd ten hours
for solution. There appears to he
uo dinVlcnre iu the digestibility of all
sno-U of hard cheese, or all soft rhrou;;
but til fat cheese, are diaaolvcd the
most rapidly, because, la-ilig o u by
reasoli of Ihe fat, they are tbe more
readily attacked by the solvent. There
seem to lie no coliiMi tioll between Ihe
digestibility and the iercentage of
water present in the cheese, though
thei-e is tome connection with the pi-r-veulage
of fnt and Ihe dcgi-ee of riie
uess. Fruiii nmiierous examinations
which have lieeu made of the ipiHiitiir
of nitrogen dissolved, it Is coiuludcil
that eheesc, on account of its great di
gestibility, is the most nourishing of all
foods, meat aud eggs excepted. -V.
e . a
A juror at Ocoutte Court asked to
be excUMid from serving on the jury
on account of having to go home Ut
buiy iiis dead niotliur-iu-iaw. Judge
Htili-hiu. ia.iii it was a legal excuse, a
any man ought to bo pxeused tu buiy
his deiul uiotiier-iu-'avy or bin il.;vl'-lu-Jjiw.
,t:i(j (Oa IjjHntr,
ONE HONES! MAN.
A Story Whir. Keeala t'orrotaneatlow
fur. Uctauj Accepted aw True
Among those In the east i-ihiiu waa
Dr. Welling, of (Syracuse, N. Y. Dr.
Wieting owns the oiera-hotue wherein
t leveland was nominntcd fortJovernor.
The I'resiilent shiMk the little doctor's
hand uite conliallv. There ia a gixal
story told of Dr. Wcitlng. home years
ago he was lecturing in New York, and
after the lecture he waa approached by
a youug man who waa an entire stran
ger to him. The doctor was therefore
greatly surprised to hear him make an
extraordinary reipicst. Ho had bona
in the audience and heard the lecture.
and was captivated hy the doctor's clo
queu'f, and he made bold to speak lo
him. The young man said he desired
to go to t aliforina and wauKit money.
'Ijive nie one thousand dollars'
aid he to Dr. Writing, and I'll send
you one-half of every dollar I make in
The doctor was so surprised at Ihe
request that he did not say any thing
for aome time, and linally asked thu
young man w ho he was. The dm-tor
learned his name, and then asked him
w hy he did not go to hi. relatives for
money. The young man replied that
be hail no relatives.
After a few days' thinking over Iho
matter the tbictor concluded lo give the
lie on y to the young man, and he did
hi. A year or mi afterward Dr. ".Veil
ing received f..,iaj f,,.tn California. It
waa marked: " One-half of Ihe money
I have made." Dr. Welting Ihen wrote
to Ihe young man thai he considered
that he bad compliict with his promise,
ml released h iui; but the young ninn
r .litI that he 1hI uot consiili-i' hinwlf
r. l"-t,'l, and wuitlil carry out hii Imr-If-iin.
Mijncy cwiitiiiuw. to cum u from
i aliforniu, until Dr. Wciiiiitf hii-l ii
ocivM) f to.OHO. Then it uUhm, atiil he
OotiM not timl the )oun imtn, and the
doctor t'uiiie Ut the coiuhuiou that he
was lt it'.. Thctloctor took Hit- $H i,iO
and inVfs.t'. it iu a Mock nf biiil(Jiiij;a.
Hu had hitnlly tuiidc the iurt hiwo Im
fore the eutnu hlK-k bunx d down, aud
he hiAt nil the imnn-y mudc for him hy
the hoin-Ht jounjif iiittu hi L'uhf.fiiiia.
KlitalM th lUrri tt liiuwuinx wrote
her poem Hhcu shu ntw tlcvcu
Stntes in certain lands to the city and county of agriculture in the Bouse, to which
For tbe relief of certain soldlsei of ih uiev.
Iran Volunteer Infantry hotinrably dlscbartrcd
under special order No. ftt, War IHrpartment.
Mnrrh 1. IM.
Making- an appropriation for the recolaetre of
Silver coins, public pnnltnf and binding, etc
Amr-ndlnc action OTW and 4757. Ksrtfd
Biaiuies. matin to pen-iiont to certain dis
abled persons who bave served ia the nary or
rroftrtin. for the erection of a public bufld
In at SpHnjrflcld. Mss.
Amending so -lion 4414 of the K retted Stat
ures, relating to the Inspection of bulls aod
Amending the act entitled "Aa act to modify
comtnitUM it was referred with Ben ate
amendment!.. The bill to repeal the Pre
emption. Timber-Culture and Desert
l,nod Laws, the Fortifications hill and the
Northern Pacific Land Grant Forfeiture
bill failed of pass a ire because of lack of
agreement tn mnrerenre.
Wshhioto, March 5.The Benate tn
executnre aeesion early yenterdar morn-
me rvnnrmea ine nomination of James
M. Trotter, to be recorder of deeds fnr
the District of Columbia in .:- Af
James Matthews, wbo nomination
was rejected. The news of the success
the postal money-order system, and oilior pur- I ' Trotter created aome aarpr.se, as bis
-i-i'-ws--' subtil ., Iaj. ssswa ooou 1 1.-fsj r t?u upon aaverseij,
Kstending the free delirery system of tbe nd his rejection waa considered n fore-
Post-Office Department to every Incorporated jone conclusion.
ettyorriiiage with a popuUtion of hmi or The most reliable Information as to the
a-.11 "i".-irT.pMm wv..wV ayear. toio oy wbich Trotter waa oouflrmed
AMtnorlFlner a ha asafuaavs pua,i inB t a , m I . . .
V..-: " piscw me argatiTs at eJeren and the af-
' r Q ""MMU "rmV! " "rty. There were but three
Authoring the SecreUry of the Treasury te fJSi ire undeJLi . "S" CDf 2aUo,L
ell the United Rtru... mitntn. hn,. .JIT are tinderstood to hare been Messrs.
office property at Esstport, Me., lately de- 1 L Hiddleberiier. Repub-
stroyed by fire and invest the proceeds la a I -Henatora aar that the chaujfe of
new sue. and tbe erection of a new building at f ,,,,wn- 'o -neir party was the result nf
inai place, iniearmain reject on wocld be raisin
AlnMirllli (ha. low sa.la-X.a.ak- s . I tOrDreted. Sit) CM nne w-trveaa4 evsa. k. .1
executors in the District of Columbia. I ready been rejected ff.r tbe offloe ; thai
"'""i -nonp a Knmaix Railway l M"ucwa rejection waa twaod upon 1h
pany. of Art ions, right ef wny tbrengb the Com- I character of tbe man In the drat iuatnnce,
Gila nrer Indian rescnriia. and the fact that he waa a non resident ia
dei n j i"1" " wuituiBg m via i ine secon i tnstanee ; that while the
Ucl.i.n. to ssios for taxes 1. tb. ni.tn "-.?r" 2"" w" fo"d to
Columuta. -.wpMoiw, b woura nave neen rejected on
Exempting from taxation all nronertr bold t T un ? norrn Q" ba the ttenatora
the trustees of tbe Corcoran Uailery ef Art ia I n1V"a,n ,0t tB" ground ef rejection
Wasbineton, D. C I "" nare ooen misinterpreted.
Kxcmptlnc tbe nronertT of the Ymme w. 1 1 nT declare that the color of M atthetv.
Christian Association of Washington, IX C, I and also that of Trotter, had no bearing
Irom taxation. I whaterer on the rase, ard that If TrottAP
rurMi luruwr proimioa or property from
fire and safety of lives la the District of Colunv
Iterulatlng Insurance In the District of no.
Amending the third section of ao act en title,
'an aot to pmrlde for Ihe sain of tlie Rae an..
Foi and Iowa Indian reserTstion la tbe Histe
or Nebraska aod Kansas," approved March ft,
Repesllngparuofan art reUttne to tas-on
uie nu kid ess of real estate twenia In the Dis
trict of Columbia, appnived June SO. JUT.
Aniaontaing te cmnrnM-nonerv of the Di
aad been a white man he would not in n
probability hare received an I srM at n
I affirm a tire vote.
Rem oral ef (itMrel Khalwr.
Albaut, N. Y.. March 4. Cnon reoeiw
In iuformatloo this nf lomoon of the dis
missal of the pending indictment against
General Alexander Fhaler In New York.
(J overo or Hill Immediately made an order
or removal oi tieuersl Hhaler from the
emoe of president of the liealth Den&rt.
mentor w York c.tT. At the saui
Irirt uf Columbia to make pollee regulations t'me Governor Hill dictated an opinion la
me roaier manor, g vinjr the reasons for
hs scion. He ears the deoision of these
hargos has bean tlelavod because of ths
pendoacy of a criminal prosecution
against Clenoral Bbsler. based upon the
same f.ct opoo which bis removal waa
sou glit. The Governor further says:
"i ne ora.-e irom w bicb Hhaler was sought
lor the eovemment of said Dmrlet.
Providing for the erection of a nubile build
ing at .uos Angcies. Cal.
For the ereotlon of a nubile buildin &i
Worcester. Mass., and Port Scott, Kas.
tlrantlng pensions to tbe soldiers aad sailor
or tne Mexican war.
Releasing to the city of Sao Antonio. Tm..
rnor it vac mm m puoite uiuruugnraro.
ponton of themifttarr resenaUoa near that I D0 removed is thai of president of the
dir. He aith Department of Kew York CUv
Providing a school nf Instruction for mtiIft I It ta not c'aimed that he haa netTleere.il
and light artillery, and for th construction and mnT official duty perlamln? ta this office
eomplctloo of quarters, barracks an 4 stahlns hut Iho claim ia that, aa a mom her of the
at oenain posu for use ef the army of the Unit- Armory Hoard, he acr-eptnd a bribe to in-
ed HUUt, fluenne the a4Uhrw. r l.i. . .
Fixing tbe day for the meeting of the eloetnea
ef President and Vtee-Pres dent, aod to pro
ride for and mjrtiiaui the caiitiar; of the -rote
for Presidont and Vice Pr shient. and tba da-
clslons of (lurstlons afmng therefrom.
AnthwrlKltig eonstrnrtton of a briire across
the Mlsst.slppt river at Rt. Low's. Mo.
Amending Uia act entitled "An set to nrnviita
or the muster an par of eerttn o wrs and
enlisted men of the volunteer forces," approved
June t. inm.
For tbe erertloa ef a public bulldlns at Wlt-
mlnjrvjn. N. C
KegulaUng inter Stale conorvrra.
Amending toe law la rvlat.oa lo mii.tt
tras'.c marks and eopyrlrbts.
Providing tm allotment of lands la sevoralty
to Indians on (he various resert a'.lnHti tsum
ie provisions of Ute laws of tba L oiled Mlws
w omtones over tne Indiana and for other
IWt lanng forfeiture of lan1 rranted Ln th.
Now (rl-ans. HaujB Uouga A Vlcksburg Uail
For thr completion of a public null-ling at
Stints Fe, N. M.
For the erecUoa of a public buildina t Jr.
For the erection of a P'ibMc butldlmr m.t
CbarlesUm. H. C.
Amending sectina 1811 of tbe Cevised Hut-
staking aa annual aiiDroDnrtloa of li nun
for arms aad equipment ( tbe militia.
iirantutg to the Hi. laul, Mint-tMills k M
Itone llulway Coropauy rtg'-t of
tbe Indian recrvatin Iu Northern MunUns
ann mono western itukiu.
For the purchase of trrou.id and erection of a
pulilic biiiliituir at I HronstK.ro. h'v.
Author) ting Uie HeurtOarv of War to adiust
and settle the account fur arms. amrnunitiia
and aajcouivrint-iits betwen tbe Territory of
Montana and th I'nltsiid Ktittcs.
liruntlng ritrlit of way tbrouirb F.rt miss
milllary reaervatlon to tbe itio (Jrunde A ki
1'sm HHilruad Cosupany.
1'rovldiiif for the entut'Hshment and erection
of a mmutry post near lhnvor, t'ol.
the tvmstniction of a military trlrrrsnh
line from Hnntord. Kla.. to Point Jupiter uj
tle eUI(ithm'iit of a signal station.
Autb'iriKinK iems of thf 4'irvuiL Court nf the
lilted KUtes for the Ksmera Judicial dUiLrtL-l
Si North Carolina at VViliuiutuo.
Amending section V5tif ths Itevisnd Statutes
of ihe CiHUxJ Httet.
rixinr the noun Ury of the Kjitern Dtstrlai
Court of Arksnk-ia.
Limiting tin: txMt of the public building al
Ch .ttsoiHf4. TV on., tn It ii .tut.
'.lioruiuitf ontruriiin or h rvh
fol (jjMnir-r liritlK" over th Ki ,iiM be
tween i;:! ixit,, ,,, til, and I)utrtirue. Iowa,
rtuini.riiiiM iu-i uiiy UI furt. It. 1 . to UM
site of Fori (Jri'.'mi s public p irk.
(iranlinr rt-rttlfi m-uI t, tho ritw and
rounty of hii Frinnwo t;,tl.. In tm.t for tba
people of tbe Ua U .l Htu'es.
Pr vidina for tbo xi-i;ti''oti nf lh nnvUim..
of article i ut the Irrnly rotm u-1d Im wi-'i tiia
L'niU'd Htales and the Ki'i-wnr .,f ctiina uB
ut.- IT. IHSd, and pr h l i hr the Pr.
Went of the t7nllvd Hlts ni l) tlr ft. irtrj.
Auttioruinr the e Mi.trjci! u or a brtdsfeever
Usm Ilerhard. Miss.
Prohibiting any emrcr. sront or servant nt
tt.e Unili-d htau s to h ie or onLrs.-t out the
abor I rrlMiners Inearceratcd for noLim :h
iaasof Uie l.'nilod buiti-s.
Atuend.ni; the set entitled "An act La mmtvA
he siatutrs in rrif4rU In luinw-dite tr!aiorta-
tiou of duiisble gwuds, approved June Iu, IB it"
Aulnoristng the eonstrurttnn of a brldva
scross the eastern bramb of the Ptotiac river
si tbe foot of Pennslvauia avenue est la
vaninKUa. v. C, so as U couivjU tba Iiik-
trtvt with Uie Maryland short.
Among the laat ace of Comrriini which
httvo btvome laws a-'Ci
Tbe anti M or moil.
It rdc it. i-l ion of the trade dollar.
Klsiurlei aud fauliautn again,) i f-m4a. (
this olTenso he wui indictod. It Is clear
that the char pros should be delayed
on til the termination ef the
rr mlosl caee, so lLat his raao shmtld
not be prejulicvl by the removol. Tho
situation haa now chaie;!. The district
a t In roc v. lo th-? exrctse of the ttscretiot)
invoatcd In him by law, has. with the p
proral of tbe court, entered a nol't
prosequi In the . rinnnil caae, and the
rroeutloa Is therefore terminated.
Under such circumstances 1 h isLen to rin.
c.de the case."
Tho Itevolt At Mllsirlav.
KoriA, BJairch . Thirtr arreata haws
born made here of prsona accusal of
oomrauntratlng with ih insurgents at
Mills! ria and Hustchuit. and plottli.g
further disturbanoe. Among those ar
rested are many prominent nrsnna. in.
eluding snch leaders as KoravetolT and
Zaukr.ff. Tbe com pi cttlona at H isUhab
bnve Unslly leen suppressed In tho ev
piifemedt, wt.iih put an end lo
Ihe revolt. many Insurgent olUcers
nd min were killed and wounded.
The insurgent infnntrv were rnpulsed at
all ointa and cirnere 1 so that retreat
was aext lo iirnasiblt. A rxxlv of Pie-
nerva, who held them Iu Ihis posit 10 t, thn
railed upon thf m to surrender nev ro-
wy tbroufc I fuacd, flriiig be-.-nnsgin. and tho military
rra Montana l; ,.. .
TiK-wnuaiy aiiaoaoi tue mutiniera, wbo
retreated or were driven toward
the Danube. Borne attemp'ed to escape
ia boats, but a gunboat prevented this
move. Others were driven into tbe river
and drowned. The Loyalist troops entered
Ninatria to-d.ty unopposed. Thoy f.tund
that the Colonel ommuidi(iir th" g trrisoo
bad boen killed by hta own mm. The
oiht;r oflj 'ora bad eteeped into Houmania.
l'siiia, March 4 A te ten ram from
Ouirgvo slates Hint an uprising haa oo
currcd at Timov and other place
throughout lluer4ria- It Is refvo ttd that
the Insurgents sm matters of ihe situa
tion atTiruova. Communication botWHvi
Hi fl t and (hi provmcea ha beon cutoff,
and anarchy j sp ending.
Hew the Tarlowe flaasea nf AhfCnffoelre
FalsNlaatea Are ManefaetnreAt.
The fulminates, aa the term is known
to rhemlfltry, are milui niininrmift, and
sc altered Uimugh aeTeral di Blind
rlaeMfl of hodio. Anion the most
powerful nnd dnnrvrou nf them are
the chloride and Iodide of nitrogen and
tlifl fulmiitaU' of miver and mvrvury.
Ihft fhotlld tletpf f9 ninda rxrntit tin'
Hrfr lh dire-Hind rf mnie on ir.Uitiht-
rd with thf dndgcf-otiiy nndirp, nfirf
tvt immrrtfnte tme. Of tonrm the fill
nil nates of (oniniprf,6 arc ftiafl In
quantity and stoml, but Uie.T ero' al
wny handled with pupocial care
and tn this wivy kept from doing
Injtinr. The fulminate of antimony Is
ninde bj mi ling tartnr emetic with
nnipMack or th arena 1 powder. The
resultant powder cipliMle violently on
being brotiffht In rontavt with witter.
Mniturt nIo ranaes the explosion of
Ute fnhrtinftU-of biitnltilh formotl by the
union nf biMmith, t renin of tartnr nnd
nitrC. Thefulminatrnf tnerrtiry ie on
of the most eominonly umh! of tlie.e
rorftponndfi. It made by (he anion
nf nitric acid wilh mercury tindcf the
Inn nonce of heat, this befnir then
poured into alcohid nnd allowed to
crystaliBe. The result is nmi.ll, brown-
i(h-prny rryatulu, which explmle vio
lently by both percuiMidon aud
friction, but when kln-lliit In the
open air only burn rapidly
with an almost noielewi flush. This
Compound must be made in small quan
tities, aa when kept in large parceln
there ia danger of ita mxintnneoiis ex
plosion. Ihe fulminates of gold and
surer are also terribly dangerous com
pounds. The bitter can be made br
dissolving the oxide or chloride of sil
vor in concentrated ammonia, or by
the action of alcohol on Brain silver
dissolved in nitric acid. When made.
the fulmin.tte of silver ia a white pow
der, and It ia one of tho most danger
ous sunstaneea that can be made. It
explodes with unparalleled violence by
inetion or percussion, or by the attpll
cation of heat, or when touched with
strong sulphuric acid, a great volume
of gas being iiistanUtneojisly liberated.
Strange to say, though nj-rxiiTosiv
tendency is so great that it can hnrdly
be made, handled or kept without
peril, yet If cautiously mixed with ox
ide oi copper in certain proportions, -Jit
may be safely hurncd in tube to de
termine ita composition, as other or
ganic subetanoea are tested. The ful
minate of gold is made by combining
peroxide of gold with ammonia. The
result is ft terribly explosive olive
colored powder. Wilh the least fric
tion or any Increase of bent this ex
plodes violently, and therefore can not
be made but in quantities of ft fuw
grains at a time, aa it la in constant
danger, If kept, of sjonUucous explo
sion, its fulrainatiug property, how
ever, may be quite destroyed by boiling
it in peariash lye or weak oil of vitriol.
Fortunately, the above described sub
stances are very expensive, and there
fore are seldom made except for use in
chemical experiments. Chicago Inter
The Cat hoi is 1 harrh ssi th K nights
New Yokk, Mirch 4.-Thes-,Vr Home
diiii-itcr) give the full tuxt of Ib-i report
tolliepjpi by M ,-r. Hlranlero, ths paj al
ablegate who lately visile I Araorlc. The
repot t is in hirinnnr w-th the view ex-pre-soi
by the American Arch hit hops to
the p.p ont-Hrut'ij the Knight of Lv
(or. It ho ds that thai orffanls itlnn,
which, it vs, la comped of about a
million wurkinirnicn, hull of whom are
Calholir. ts not a sccrut soci'tt y, and hat
no political or roli-ioii blai, but its ob
J et is simply to pr-v.etH labor from In
justice by emnloyers. The report
f plaits ef fie.irf flioru-e as
'over-eiiibiisiastir." ant emslders his
Views Itnprctirahle, bat doe not con
demn Ihnio. ner blame btm for th tin
modnrute ldaa of some or his followers,
ll severely biamoa lr MJtyun, how
ever, for deparuny from the usuul cua.
torn of the rlenry and for tuisolenoe to
Jt conclude by saving thit, owlaif to
the eaciteuvnt over the Mctilynn matter,
and to avoid further ooinptiraUiu, the
A rch bishop is orifjniiiug, with Muvor
Keily, a Cetiholio society, ymuVd by the
dociriue of ihe church, to prevent tUu
fcrou doctriuca from aaloinji a furibr
foothold, aud from duiuif harm tu thf
ei-bib u4 OiOralil ot souel,
A Minister's Boy, But No Sinners
Two children belonging to ft fami'y
n Hartford were forbidden to visit the
hildren of ft clergyman because It was
supposed that there were enouph
children in that family to nmko up
goodly quota for the plnyffround.
One nftrnonn one of the clergyman's
btiy's climbing upon tho fence shouted
out: "Come over here and play with
'I can't," replied the younger of the
two. "Mother says there is enough
children in your yard.'1
U, pKhaw! come alonir. I don't bo-
licve mother will care very much,' said
the older, and he began to scale the
fence. Ho was Interrupted bv his
younger brother with this bit of Scripture:
"When sinners entice thee, consent
'Don't you call me a sinner." came
from the oilier side of the fence; I'm a
minister's boy." Albany Arqw,
m m .
It Thit So?
A few Years ma a a littt twv.lr fail ini
ur hands, recounting the expuriciu o of a
certain prominent Dusmess man, from
wnicn it. appearea that, aa with most
Americana, too close attention to bvsfuos
had broken hta health. The doctor aniri ha
cocld not live. He then staNvl that hi used
m wriaiD article wincn eaectually cuntd
him, and "out of gratitude for hi cwu re
Ooverv he determined Ia tinvnta, is.r-t ,r
of bi fortuue to spreadina; iu moriLa bo-
w,-o tun wunu."
Aa WB TViuA It -ears arawl s Ph(. 1 l
dent It a shrewd expression of acommorcitU
motive; it sound well; it reads wil; but
many people will not bellove iL "
a tew year, nowuver, that tnan frot
...... v,...., iv, nuitu uvor, xio ginvo acverai
hundred thouanud dollars to koitronnmi.itl
research, and his name iwtcaamn a hfnim.t.niri
word in nearl every homo in tho UniUxl
ilundreda of thousands of people to-dvv,
Without reservation, mv that iMb Hn
alone thev owii thir livn.
H ton men are colleotod topithor the
vuuuv-m sm inas ii one man lat Mentally
refer to Warner's safe o-iro aoven of
them will bo able to toll, from their own
experience or from tho ex perienm of their
frienda, of marvelous result winch that
rviuusiy naa wrougui.
We are lo'
Treat, and kent udso wnnHxpruiir .n ,i i.
alono I evidence that merit 1 at the bot
tom ui ua popularity.
Ill OUr fllC We fltld tniUIV m,mnmtm-
nent f rom thla houi. Home people have
believed, bave used and haa boo u cured;
other have dUbeliovod, have not used,
The manufacturers have stated, as the
result of their most careful Investigations,
that Ihe condition of tho kidney l tho key
to health, and that thoy know If the
kidneys are maintained in health by War
ner'a aafe euro, ninety-throe tier cenL of
isousea would disappear.
Tin...... ..I ' -a.
iudumu m m, ur wmi oi ine aystem.
left In Ihe blood, bv what may be caiiM
oontipautd kuiucys, birK-ks up the system
and carries disease to evory organ.
Thi StalemrnL tnniln timn rt l sr.
atrsin, la so full of senno that It iinnwoo
x pu-d a a s. irntiho truth by losurance
compaiiie wbo reject millions of risks
every y .mrif there ia tbe least inactivity ef
these or (fan a.
Tbe public la tired of the wrunirle of
this acbool and of that acliool, and it is
quick lo recoKulxa any tUiuif that hue such
eoncedod merit, and on tliis ftrround aione
can we account fur It extraordiuary eulcs
"t received n lot of rejected mann
rrfptff fo-dftjr' mild Titmarsh to ft
friend; . . .
Iit yollP I bad fro McA fott kad in
ambition to shine as ail AntlW.-"
"Not eiactly thaU You Sf( frty
girl and I quantded, and she returned
all my letters. A. 7.
"Young men believe in nothing
nnwadHys," snid Mm, Kumsliolham,
With ft deep High, "Why, there's my
nephew, Tom, who was brought up ft
Chr.sf.nn, and now he's an acrostic."
A C. WafTi, Afft.. t). T-KR Kenla,
Ohio, wrltesi Rih) fttaf Coufth Con Is ft
most efficient remedy for bronchitit the
first doae relieved me." Trie twentyjv
Jjly 1HS1, wrote Tho. P. Oloater, Bnb
Toke, Mass., "in three dnya cured aa abceaa
on oiT arm with HI Jacob OiL" October
89, ImM, he avs: " Waa entirely cured of
the terrible suffering by Ik1 Prion fifty
A .vt.tftit man tn Iowa ran tell the color
At a tvd hot stove simply by touchinff It
imH't Ann aet,
Wft enn Bet renew vrnith hut we can nra
fent f ray half by nam Hall's Hair Ite-
Avrr'S rills are ft never-ral1lna remedv
fnr "headache, oaused by ft diaorderod
Pont fsreon are properly -sailed little
roxst"irTio7 mav be avoided hv the timely
use of Hale's Honey of flnrvhuutid and Tar.
Fiko's Toothache Drop Cure in one minute.
A trove, down in a stove-ap Daaaennr
car la a deadly enemy.
An editor makes an Income when he
tnakea his Ibk hum. H'4tfcAiU Ttmes.
ri rente CnrnwHm and Col its.
And all disease of the Throat and Ltinrra,
ean h eiired hv th na of Hytl' K m U l-
sion, aa It contain the heallnf virtue of
Cod Liver Oil and Bvpophospiiltea In their
fullest form. I a beautiful creamy Rmul-
etofia, ba stable as milk, anally diretel. and
ton be tnken hy the most delicate. Fleas
readf eretsHer fVfrtt' Kmttlslon the
feiTierrv par-ev-ellence ia Tnbercniou and
Htr1menm AffeiMinna, rt af oothina; of
ordinary eoide aa tnrnat irrmoif-a.- -w.
tt. D. U)XKBU4 at. I'.. jianciTeeerf v.
rsmii oil ts easy to wf!Tf
hard to take." Be ia ad vloe.W ;P'
Fooo maVo Plood and niood makes
Benuty. Improper diffesUooof fond nece
artly produce bad blood, resultlnft In ft
feelinffof fullness In th stomach, aridity,
heartburn, al cm -head ache, and other dy
peplie synintoma. A cloeely confloed life
raneen ind I vratton. conaLi nation, bllloua
en and lose of appetite. To remove these
tronblee tbere la no remedy equal to Prick
ly Ash hittor. It baft heva Uied and
proven to be a specila
I run ire at a eonelhsion A (fee; trying to
ealh his own tail. Am aw Jfm.
As a raindrop foretell ft storm, so dee
a pimple upon the human body mdicat
health-destroying virus in the blood, which
can be neutraiitod and expelled only by Ur.
Uartor's iron Tonia
Tt Is the pur nf th moment that makes
tint fly.-.V. a iieyjM.
A Cotron, Coi.n, oft Boat Throat shotild
not te neRleeted. hnown's bsow, nuL
Thocrks aie simple remedy and give
prompt relief. So ot a box.
Tab first thing ft shoemaker nae to bot
toming a shoe la th last LU Vmwwr,
Tr afflieted with Ror Rye as Pr. Isaae
Thompson s Eye Waser. DrnauU sell iL 116a
Ptso's Remedy for Catarrh ta agreeable
to use. It is not a lirtwd-er a snuff, fino.
final. .I.r I.
. r a. mw ssT
ta. th. rallaWlaa
aam. If aa-e
Sonrt ef Promln. I
MretiK. nr J. U. Trtrnty od A. UuSlaaa. .
pn.-e Wt rent: pr ilmcn. J . ..... .
m..-..s ,.r I'notjiss nil this eeefl eeb. nd
th"j ir a ftrnl vsristf , hSTln teen MroiitrtlinU!
br wr a'lin riters, Ths lux hs Iff iiss, td
IA hy ii tin, rmrh wilh IU Ofl tan. StualO ud .
tnfOa Btuellr BSW .
r'ntlnr tn ths War. J. !
ttrxx'sT iTica .tnts: pr tloirn. .lift.
! ciinislnitie Ml p of vreMent
r. 1 -a mnA i, ,..!" fiisiMaa. muvh m will
toV ' eleTme4 'n lh u-Kl.r Scbooi. Itw plm
mar bs si j 1 m, t- orBvn.
n-.L for Sunday ftrbnol. .11 I
SOfir WOrihlps , r.r., .; an w. r. anr
via. Trte..oniii per , t ,
A I. that is lrtn,le t - "i?tl!ZX
tn th Pahhslh Srh.w.l mho U'fl'l'
PrteaVeeniai t -is-a. r . .
A rtsmiy llttls e,fc. a fnll a It ean he
m-l1iri tun vrriif tsM et to taaft mmK a
srery siuia will antierstaiMl and sajMif.
LYON HE ALT, CHICAGO.
ouwi ornoi a ox. i
CHICI'ESTER S ENGLISH."
Ttae Orlal.l Onlf U.nnlss,
lw.T. R.ll.hl. S. 'at- r S-i'i Imllslln.. Ijj
Sin. ..Ii wur SnaaS V Sl.k.M.r'a f .,ll.k-
can iirsH n ",r!;",1','','
.SIS H.SUm rhllaS.l.kk.. Faw
. fnr . ai.Ma.
taha M .ts.r.
What a vast amount nf Min Bni4 i,iv.4m- ut ......
.... . ." : - s iii"iiiia usni uil nnna niruiunii t
Wise" was MM li 1 to Jl!" P"" V'.r, a. a blooa purlfT.
plitoaaT' """""' m"hl " cur-- "I I ch..rfttUj." Juh. H. Kaiiaar, Kaaau OH
Ularch April IVlay
THI CHIT TIIJI
Will perfff ths BLOOD ip-H
. Stn-null) sod TriT'H" mt
Solllloly tl,-ea! pwnrn, aMnm
ioHio.-f.rfTirrr:. i'ri ill if".
We will sap
or any other
Cut shown la
took, t or
!y j-ipriees .or
Are the moaths la whlph to purify the blooa. for
st no other M.ann Is tbe boil, so suseepllhl. to
benrflt from turdh Inn Th. .
iuat what ure nreileJ to epnl illaraae and fortl
fy th. a.stem sx'alnat the tiehUluiloa effocts of
mllil weiillifr. Kvery year lucfva.es tb. pop..
Isrlly of Huoil's K.rsupsrlll.. for It Is Just what
people need st this ai'saon. It I. th. Ideal sprln,
meulclne. If yuu have never tried It, do to. and
you will b convinced of lu pecultsr merit.
N. 11. If yon hav. mMie up your mind to let
Hood's Bsi-sspurtlla do not take arty other.
Hood's Ftsrsspsrflls Is prepared from Raraar
rllla Dsodelloa. Ha.drskc Dork. Juniper Hor
nea. and other well known vegvUM. rerMsttoa
to "nch a peeulliariiaonav aa lo derlv. tb. full
mMlieln.1 value of each, ll will core. whe. ta
tho power of medicine, scrofula, .all rbenm,
sores, bolls, pimples. .11 hnmora. dyapopaia. bit
u.t.j,H.(i a,u.uaia.i.iii.aiuney .no llvercoa.
I""' " iiniomiaimiiiaifliuvinB una feeltn.
Hood's Ksraapanlls aured m. of dyapD.la
and Uver eomptalnt wiib which I had suHerad m
years.'' J. U. UoaBEta, South rallauur j, N. Y.
na has ever beea put oa the marknt,
told, the Mle of which has beia so
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
K ANMA8 CITY. Monh
tArri.B -nnippina stoers ...
IluU'hcr' steers. ...
IfiHlHOood to choloe heavy.
WUKAT No. rod
No. S soft . .
Klil-Ml Kimcy, por sack
HI'TrKU .'holes' prr.mi'ry ..
llult lu-rs sloers ...
lirHIS-riiikiin .. .
KLiU'lt t'boli'e ..
WH KAT No rod
Ill; Tl'Lit c'ruuuiery
OATTLK Hhlpplns steers. ...
IHK1H I'aclilnir una shiiplit;..
MIU:i:h Kulr tu crtoioe
(lATrt No. t
KYK -No. , ...
HUTI Kit Creamery
CATTLE-. Coinai'Mi to prtiuu..
KI.IIIJK (looU tuuUulo.
W II KAT No. rnj
UATii Woatura uilsotl
I 8 (SI s 4 IS
s : us t ai
im , in
iu u la
77 it 77
I ,'it at
as m m
44 a 49
1 oil Q 1 53
lu a iu
IS lit Ull
IS (4 ISI.
t tr. 71,
t V It
Ml I .
Ill tl IX)
0 VI S 711
IS) a ui
SI 42 stlf
ft. Hb M'k
at s ts
17 76 U II 00
1 si t I no
I as it I is
W v. 4 01
I VI O 4 So
n k'i 77'
19 tt m
at .a HH
W 44 M',
si U I I
4 1) 44 as
1 11 tl I
I S I tl Til I
ll ts is I
S!.'!Jw'!!.d Ifl" " L" "" B-. """ by I Sold hy .11 dranlsts. II : si. for B. Prepariid by
C. L HOOIl CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hsu. c. L IJOOD 4 ou, Aiwttujcarlea, Low.lL Uaa.
IOO Doses One Dollar I IOO Dotoa fln, rimitr
ISAPOHtty Vt&ET.BU SHtrAJUlKMl
PRICKUf ricklYASH BiHn
has stood thl Tail of T..ra.
tiurina au Disuses of th.
BLOOD. LIVES, ITOM
ACH. KIDNEYS. BOW'
ELS, tc. It Marines the
Blood, laviorates aad
tiiaaas.i ta. aysten.,
SICXR EAD ACHE. ILL-
munf. i s iu oea.ncsal laauaaoi
o 5a r-
It is pvelraaledieti
as its eathartie proper
Uo forbids its ns a a I
ant to th teste, and as
Mil? token b hiU
ra a i adult.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO
BrJxviaut i-uUmsas OTTt
u i.iu iiirjfffAtRivwi
' - m lr-
COLD In HEAD
KASY TO USE.
A Mrtl.llam.,pt ind
U.ruMiar tim. Ill
m' J e 'Si
( 7 V
Jfyj Ol a'l fHtrl
S ALL OM hilrM
Dbesta Crvpl4ants s4
CeTk4 treublss tr
WsabnssMS to cmmm
mrnorjf t.i Wtvss, Mothsrs,
TH Wonisn'i lure Frlsnd'!!!!! J
3 sAsne mi kfm.
-T wax. 1 ri.rosB sl u.ir al. niimi tm
CVmM CiFn, t7T-T trilj. CISa A1X amrrnvnwt-WM, aaTI
IXHK41.T VITSTtll IVSCW VATT-aB. TTltAT ITIUM
' rsatsuvsarrrLT craae r ns oma.
ar itTvacWta. PHee I . pee Wnle.
rnrmm ruiiui 1 t.iir nil cur cootULisUoa. SAc
if h B'Mtrll ft nil li
HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS
IM AHEKII A A0 Kl BIOPK.
Tl iWAtril. 4j'ili hwl. Msfcat n4 Misal pnwarfal l-tvss
lr limsvii fur Kl.-.imtl-m, , un.j. ...-.iitlir.i. l un:
bjtfr, hv h Urn. Wrtltm s.. r..l-l. m Ut thf. I ami .11
hi i ami isalnr-. riitl.rwl by M i 'nj I- I ana aiwl lnt
aiaU tif I he liilia.i rri.uia B. iin I'la.lwri itroitiid
alo, llrtlm. nta and l
Hi-aa-s of littiiailoiia under alruilar nnjntliiia Bams-a
SUfll "t'ais, -11111." "Caimdn " - Vimt, lur?' ll f
r- ni'rrlr Uili sri and fiiit inled tu -- : - Aak rufc
Ua..k aki T.ll ..tutaa- AM druirt-la
Hf.XULHY A JtflKatuH. tToprteU ri.w Yot.
THE OBBAT HTNOI.IBa RBMBDT
MAKE MONEY?;" ;
s. Isllasau... stf. r "as. ...rr. ,TmpV",.0'', -J!' "l"a In.lr.rVn
r ' i --""att.o-o.vaiiio.fo, it. ;
r.r u.a. ai:
Corns at in liii fiui.
LMiuim Bymn. raatea r" .1. Da I
Inii.n.. S..Hl7rtni,Tiiit I
BafwasviLi.a, 5. J I
October la, larA (
11 T. UaziLTi-rB,
I waa taken with a very
severe cold last rlprinfr,
ana lrir.1 every cure we
had In the store, aod could
get no help.
1 bsd our Tillage doctor
-preevribe for me, but kept
getting worts. I uw au
other pbyslclaa from Port
Jems, N. Y and he UM
me he used Piso'a Cure
for Consumption In hia
I bought a bottle, and
bofnre 1 hud taken all of
It there wa. a change for
the better. Then 1 got at
employer to order a quan
tity of the medicine and
keep It in atock. I took
one more bottle, and mr
Cough waa cured.
A. N. KELLOCO NEWSPAPER OO.,
BUCTBovvrsss. misorvraas a.n
114 Went tilth street. K.ne City. Me.
min iTiroBTtnowa in liio.
Tb. ba Daarr Uoasas la ta. world sre
W havn the f.AMOrrT
and bkmt :oi,i.m-riurc
IQ ths I'nltiM htl. In.
clddlnstha wlmtors of SI
prt'iitum- Isal fall.
Hrlc' nnniorste. Tmt
Kav. HSa'Hl futr UUkifur
Breeder and Im.MMlsrv
rl Ptan'a Rmtimiv for
I 1 Best, Ksms to Ua,
Ma, Jt t. HsMilina,
r.larrh b the Pf
aial CheapeaU I
orssnthynisll. I li
s, Wurasv, Pa. M
twmkl mmt tb r of
ftiif ladf suffvrti) wltli
Ui4Ms TtntaiHLa Bara
n.mnii al fAlX. tir snj or iaim
wtAKN inttiit-n sr so auoh f-
Bi.-ltt wilh, au r-af.curi?ia'rself ut thmv
whil Hainliig tLrcncth .and a hrslthr
-(.labia rrmflr M.I M I III, fh grenstrit dl(H.
ery or th act) fur all Kittuale I rc Mbit'.. Thnaa that
hss aad It sj tln-r itl Dnrw h wtthou'i It. On
trial run rlncs-a. I'rire 71 oaiiu for packsite .ittnlsln
in on moiiLh's tmatment. If you can not It
frra ohoi-rva-liin A,tJr..
jUUM m THKITU K.iT AlVM'I ATIOJT,
o. ! I'narl eireet.Bi rram. N. V.
in and a i.tkaca
r sciflresa by aiall sa ""ue
'-fl-B j'TW.-F. Mwtrr.Holluhoek.Fih.
tCA TTl Wj tM.ftoM.rimnla.l0ppv,3 Pitt,
AyrrV - , vf f ' ' wfif Mit.CnUaew.Ct
Address. W. a. Bur dick Ce., RochVord, III.
Oa asm (Vtnkaat alr) to for
TBrtnThi ,Mi "-f r"u ,ur"l,l,w1 tthtw,on
n.'IH. alftafrll all ut (r.la.h I,.... Ka .,.1.1 I . T
t1d".Ul .mch toit. You will plsaa ah'lp ajlllM-r.
- Auar W. TAHIILi . CO., mtwa-
lV!!.f?!:'?ti'?' M!S "" Vun ' """
iS"H,r'fM1 ""Sr ; osietus;wliaoi.la"
i.'i.,?'J;"..,' ,h" salr.iaoi.i.r. l?ua. W. W,
, . . . ., , i. ... a . ia, aars. sttsoa. wiwsaiid
OUkars,tMI p-i r.r h, wwowswo
panr r jvioa-T-va,
m rini. a..0.. K'.w T.rfc.
MARIGOLD "EL DORADO."
A pscketof ih la beautiful flown port
rstid with onr .legut and complctl
CaUloaru. for tWvr.
LTJrELS ,he WHOLE STORY
ot th. Card... oa receipt of is cents. .
VAl'OHAWB IF.KD ITOBK,
lM4klS W. Waaattnatoa St.. OMlttAOQ.
iSTuf ClTtr'i-S SAW FILERS
Erai S-w'' - f & is: w.tns
GRIND I0"' "I"?"'
URAHAM 1'lnur and mrn
o ",.fa A MDMI XjX
ir' KIluip'S l'Ufiiti. IOO er
enpilf:sii4ja. WI1JK.H miUS-.tCatUa, r.
WE WANT YOU! irj
ferve oi.mmlmtiuo ()n MU If pn rrrwt - - - -Ittnonctuin
("hiini aftd rartlruLara Frr "
IAJIUAJU aiLVUtWaitstt CUH BUtflUJf.
for soldlen and wMnws of the
nxicaa wsrsna Hepflllton. All
yuwaXL, U.K. Claim Colloctcrs, Indisnspolis, lnX
Da. JrMBra a Ma...... TLZ '
HOG CHOLERA. luirS0!
Isnt Vr. v. 8. Joasa a Co, fjloowiluitoa. III.
aj wt term sw a tan
tfyt'"' I iiv.m.0. t...ll.ui ..""r
tril'utilL"'' hampl. teraia lo
Cash. New Parlor ORGANS.
aha -4TI W-9 FIHKT Ol A1.ITT
Hcrvm Twit . ' ! I
lae SUM BUeaV Cbloa lit
AGENTS WANTED 'Z ,h r
wVnaui T. . " "WoSDIta Or TH tt Hnl
Sll.ln llh. .. a ..' lr- WU4' '--U.
ou want HALltr
u na a jinir
BI. acid for lift
A. KllrtkUlK I
m Hrodwa7, Nw Vnra.
Why. did the Women
or this country use over thirteen million cakes of
I'vocter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886?
a cake of Leno and you will soon understand why.
Plu Mtg. ( ,, Oulnoj.llL
Mr h'.USWhi.trl .
nrrurtic iii'i and women deslr
t (.rvniai le -iiiilunint lu aril
..n,, ' Pr MBI- Ad
IU H. HlhS.., KsuaaaCllr.
I rs ssi- jos mtiir.
" i3; 2S.t?,-
JtC 7 A AT. lasiiliionl II.U
u5i.i.K.l.,',NU ?L l'VKKTIMKKa7
Ulrn'Klt-t'roiuucry n O
YOliU'nt iiiiiiiiniiiii U wil li S