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VKK1UOMT WATCIIMAN & 8TATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1801. $dctttrj torn. In llic Day of t lu East W Ind. J'Twiip Ihe evetilng bsfora Thanks- civini?, 188 . The day had bccn I beantnul one. N itore had bi en rejolo intr. 1 ii one of the corof irtable hotnes of tlir r iy of Hometcotl the famlly wi tt Rtreoiblt'd for dlnner, all seemlna In good sjiirits. Mr, Willl.imn had bad n hiisy day Iryii.jj to mnkc o thtnga Wl ich (1 (1 nol move vciy fust jns' I ii for any ODf , N nrcal lnll was li lldlDg Ihc buiin'Sx W( rl I a sort of reaction from excrtslve pxcltemi dI abonl twelve moniiiH before, Mrs. Williams had been ffning alioul the h(iie, re vealing In lu r every act, niotiuii and cxpression, that she whb carrylng I burden. Inriccd, JlM Ihe nighl hclorr, while Mr. Stowart was awakc. he heard her cry out in licr sleep as if iu lotCDta ni' nia' ngouy, baunted by ihe spectre of tha da in dreatnsin the nlght, Har action were, as she hcrself oftcn re markccl, hnidly respnm-i'ile BCttons, Her Mtnnv i iprptsion and her bops luiin of naati had for ihe mi st parl gOOe; lonn t incs ihcrc wa n vesli il u stoicnl ind ffert nce or an intensc anxi cty. A'though her heart ws full of good thoughts for Olbers.arid sympalhy for oihers' woe, her well-nijjh constanl expfeattofj now was Ihe one Ihal hei face lia'l worn when one year before she Imd oona with her sister tO look al the bouie wbere ihy were now llvlng, and had explatned that Itaey Imd lefi a home of luxury and a wide circle of friends, BDd h r husband a large, wcll establiahed and paying businesa. They had Just laid thiir aainted mother to re"!, and their own family w .s seattered. and on account of ber buaband'i bealth they had ohanged, al the advlce ofa phyaician, from Welkln, where they had lived f ir foriy years, to Homeaoott But here, allhoUgh niuch he'.ter, he foui.d blmsell aalranger among straog ers. Iodccd, iu the cosmopolltau city few knew him, and the change from knowing every b dy to knowing nobody and baving to he a itranger on Vbange, In bank, in s cii dy, in politlca and even in church was very hard to hear. " Then, too," slie wcriton, "though We have laid by arcstive fund to live on for awhile, tht re are eecond paymenta on property, and interoet to meet, and we want to get ourselves ahome soon." Tben tean Blled her ejes. " We bbw your adTerllsement for a imall Chris tian faiui y to rent your furnisbed house, and wj applied and have heen ien here, and I believe if you are wil lii g we wili lake il. We hope we are Cbriallan, at least we are trying to be, and wc will try aud make u hotn ) for you." Mr. Stiw.trt had once had a very bappy bome a new house, ntwlv-fur niibed, beautifnl grounda; indeed, he had spared no effort to make it neal, convenient and atlractive. He wus p ii tor of one of the churchea of Home scott. Butdeath had lately viaited the home and claimed lus wife, as lovely a Cbriatian woman, full of fiiih and the Holy G'lost nud all good works, as is often met. After the blesaing had bjen asked, Mr. Willlamf) breatcing the ailence, laid: " Well, Mary, two years ago lo-nilit wt Were in BoKton, and do you iciueo) ber the btormy Taanksgiving niorning wben we went out to see Mra Wallace, and how disagi eiiahle it waw, but wlmt a good time we ha 07" " Yes, I rememher it very well, and I abould like to see her agaiti, the good, cbet rful eoul." ' So would I," said Mr. Willlamf, and, after a p.iuse, " and I believe if I had anytbing to bi. thunkfulfor 1 would wi ite her." " Why, George, siop ! What do you mean, speaking iu that Irrevereut waj?"' " 1 mean ju-t what I say I have nothing to be tbankful for." Why, Mr. Williatus! " said Mr. Btew Bit, 1 am lUrpriaed that any one ol your intelligence can speak in sucb a way; as I have listened to you speak ing in altnoat such a k sy of late, my heart baa irembled for you. Y.ju are inviiiiiL' Providence to ly tome burden on you that will be of Bome moment, and for a man of our good seuse to throw away 1m faith in a day of alver Bity, is about a sensiblc as for a ea cai)tain to thrw overboard his ancbora wben be starle l out to sea, beoauie a Btorm was comtng up." " Well," said Mr. Wi liam, " 1 have heen so completi dy dased by thia ques tiou of Provldeuce and Bufferlng In ihe world, that is ahuut my poaltion, 1 have thrown the wbole thing overboard. It is just this, God is ekher all powt r ful or he isn'i, and If he is he can Btop sueb tbiiii.''', and if he is nol be Cao't. If he is God he will, and you have uot eilher to be inconsistent or qult sayiu.', ' 1 believe in God ihe Fatbef Alnilghty,' and lay timply, 'I believe iu Go3, for be is not alniigbty." " Now, Mr. Willi ims, you are not a fool, und you knowbelterlh.m that, but your perplexiiy la the old one constantly arisius; aud baffling niiii The Word of God shows us thal allhough (!od pei miih tbete tblnga, he is not reaponalbU for Ihi'iii." " Yes, he is responsible if he cau ovarrule and docs not." " You forget, George, that the devil bas a good (ical to do with sueh mat ters," Interjeeted Mra Williaius. " And," oontlOUed Mr. Slewart, " it is eerlaiuly the part of folly throw away protectiou wheu ruost you need il. You have by your aelions said to the Lord you wanted hi.n to let jou alone aud you will caie for yourieff, a very Blriking eontrast to what Job did when the burdens and ealamilit s of lif'e bore heavy ou him. Uesaid: ' Though he slay me yet will I trust In him.' As to the queation of evil, G )d's Word shows us, aud human experieuce eveu now eeeB illustraiious, that it is over ruled and God works out a brlgbter purpoBe than man ean OOuOelve. You renieniber what was irUB of Job the last stale of ibat man was better than Ihe tlrst, and he had added to him more of all that which went to make him rich tban before You must not meas ure your life by the bouudaries of the horizon whieh you ean see with your linite vision." " I do not believe there was any sueh perBou as Job; besides, I think it would be just dreadlul for auy person to be allowed to suffer as he was. I have read it and have trkd to uuderstaud it, and oan't, Hut I am glad I haven't his DoIIb." " Mr. Wllllama, you ihOOld not think or speak t1 us; you know belter, aud I don'l h lii ve you mein what jou say. I! it mark my words. if you RPtp on ihuB I tremble for yru, 'lrhe Lorawitl plaee his batld on you as a choBBO vcf s(l,and Will ut you ihfOUgh the flres thal will lake Ihc drois away, and you will know 101 roW nnd suff' ring." "I don'i co bo v be oouid make It any hottei ." " I do, fot you lnvr had no suffi'.ring ai all,only somc anslety." "I think I have siiff 'ri d, and look here, Mr. S cwart, the Lord knoivs I Irieil to srive him fi'i htully, Ittd t)01 from lear, but from love, so far an I know myself, and 1 think ii very wiong in him lo treal me ihuB." " Mr. Willinnis, if you had something io bear like our neiuhbor, Mr. Tuiner, you mighi complaln, 1 " Mr. Turner'i oase just makes me boil. Then fiere is Mrs. Gast.tn, a pure, Itinooent woman, and she has been deaerte by a bru'al husband and left wiib a little babe. himI no mi'ans of support. I lell you it is not right " nr, Tuiner wns a po ir, pious, enii araut Boototiman. A f w days after arrlvlug his wife dled, leavlng six ehil drcn, the o'd st fourli en. Tben he and one boy we e siek for a long time with lyphold fever, and while the ehureh aud a charltable organlaation were nursing tbem, little (Sillie died of dipbtberlR, and the baby and two youngest obildn n had to be put in a Home. " Well, when I wi nt Sa'urday to tell Mr. Turner tbal Sallie bad bern dead three wecks, tbotub it WelNnlgh brokc liis heart, be s.iiil the L( r ! made no mlttaketi ll VOUr lot were his you mtgbt complaln. Hut you must re mi mber the day of cl aring upall tliese thiiisjs will corne, un 1 we will know, as Christ said, liereafter." " Well, as wife sonietimes says, I can't but feel it would be more BBtufylng to me to know a little more lure." Why, Mr. Williams.it was only this morning you were lej licing thal you bad fiotlen over your Bleeplessneaa and could test fo well now, were in so much beticr bealth, jour neuralgia so muoh belter. Then you expressed the wish ihat you could only outgrow yoUr ' raul IsbnesB' iu ever doing as you h id done since you eame out here. Now, you ;iri' nnlltnir nlt the h!atm fnr affntrtt in the Lord, You want to lake the cn dil ; for all Ihe good thinga thal caine to vou through your previslon, and tbrow the b'ame of all the evil ihiius on the Lord." " Not so; but I have been recoualder in,' all ihese thinga, an I have ehange I my views eutl ely." " I am turprUed that you should ell' loose from in lorioga so quickly, beeauae of a single adverte wiua, f irgetting ihe fortyyearaof good, and not be able to it and one year of east w ind, You will be 8ny for this wanl of faith. Forro erly jou have takeu delight in holding people to ib only anehor ige iu time of adversity. You fo gelho.vyou prais d your srood frleud, oam II ihiiiiL', wben all his fortune went in a j tl'y and IA frienda Beemed to be leaving him, for his Btanding faltbfully to bis f.iitb i i God; and you said you believed that was all ihat saved him Now, stick to the principiea you laid down astrue nnd right in the day when jou chose the Ihitigs ol the kmgdoin, " I can't do i', they have reconaidered the and " I bes leave to dlffer throuirh sueh periods, where trust and adherence to the foundatlons ouee lai t alone Bved me. It has not been clear Bailing always; every life has Btorms, and IhoUffh 1 do not know the why, I do Kuow God has and yet will overrule for our goi d and his irlory." In a feW minutes Mr. Williams had gone lo a meeting of the Chaniber of Cominerce, an I Mr. Slewart to his study. Mr. Williams was a proud man. He ouee said he ih lUgbt ihe mosl bumlli it ing thing he had io undergo was leeing his wife and sisler doing Iheir own work. Hut they wereaenalble farmer's dauehterB aud were glad tobe occupied. Wben Mr. Stewari eutered his itu ly he e ulil but think what a deceitful thing ihe h ait of man is, and CbriBi's words, ' A man's life oonaiateth no la the abundanec of the lllirga whieh be p siesseth,"' (lashed luto bin mind, aud "eov Housuess whieh is id ilatry." Mr. Williams, ihat is the trouble! Vou wanted to make eon.e ?100,0()0. God their fruii afterward, tribulation, the tbresl the winnowing, and poasibly the ihird day the aeparate grain may oe lound. Tlieu wbat of thatgraln? The kernola mii't beplaced iu tueground and die to be u mo.e fruit; and the,: 111 c on wh -1 j bringa out ihe gold in cbaracter, muai lake ibat cbaracter of go'.d and plaee It, in us unalloyed preclousneaa, where by use il ean belp puuha-e bleislogl for oibera. (i 1 may atrlp you of your aartbly deligbta to iur.i the luteoaity of snul ta him. Hut thtrj is many a Mr. Wllllama Wbo wauts lo ehoose fot him aalf, and if he ean't dielate the tenns of hil own pe.ice he will not be beholdeu lo auy Deaoe poliey. We shall never fully know while here the bearing of the sjparitc eveuls of life ou the life of the iudividuals as a w hi 1 We. make thinga InAuiti ly worae if we try to bear our own bur dena. They will be sure to ciu hus. We eau'l do it; but we ean east our burdens upou Ihe Lord. The burden may be left, but we shall be sustaine 1. I learned a lesson ou this to-day. The lire in my grate had almost gone down, and I was sutpiised by a lluller. Then a mocklng-blrd flew up quickly from the bo aslies aud darted wildiy aroui.d the room, trying uovv to llght on the. picture mouldtng, now on the curtal i, now on the wiuUOW'taue, now beallug iiself agaiusi the w all, aud in a lll of eXOitement dashiug around Ihe room so affrighled thal it did not know what II was doing. 1 did nol slir, hut seting it would not siop long to rest, I aroae, drew the eurtaiii to tliu top of ihe roller aud let the window down. Iu a few minutes il saw the window, and away it ilew lo iiB liberty agaio. I bad u In- teulion of hurting the bird. Ituleed, morning after morning had I listened with delight to tl sweet, varied uote, as it san; in the tree by my bedroom window. liul because it got into uar row quarlera, it would beat Us little self to death iu iis ellorts to get out, flylng around the ceiling, and would probably never have found the opcning in the gratc to have gotten out and cscapod. No, the way of the p ist in man's life i not retraceable, but God is cvcr open ing up aome window, pome WRy of es capej hut instead of rememhering this we bi al our brains out agniust ibr In tvitable, which we have BrOUght upon ourselves. God always Ins a WlndoW fo- us, al ways has a tuller light for ti-; bul we flutter around Ihe ro m in our unreBt, and cb lentlbla than Ihe bird, will nol goout. We east away our anehor ol trust and refuse the life-boat. Oht uu- happy, tircd, resthsa Bpirit, lake ihe liberty God offers, through him and his Word. Give youraelf who'ly to it, ai.d it will take full posRession of you. Hi I let the devil get Ihe Bpirit of covrtoui -neBB for Ihe Ihings ol this w rld ii to your linart and lill it thus and you wiil be against I'lovideiue. Hut trust in him, and his purposc fulliib d in you will be a higher one than you would plan for yourself. Then you will ncvt r have oeeasioii lo tay you have DOthing lo bt tbankful for, "but tlic rathei, "What shall I tender tO the Lord f( r all his beneflla? Bev, WilUam s. 1'oiok, in AV; Ynrk Obserrer. won't bold. 1 whole thing, . 1 have irone (-ur s.tl.i l e s dea'.lngt bear To-da) is the ing, t ) morio.v Jfjbertisemcnts. HUstcllann. Fonrwomen, all told The frjtold liow much i-asiijr it was to wash with Pearlin She saved half Itcr labor, and the work was hetter done. Tn- sccottd told how much lon'r the clothes lasted, sinc shel used Pearline. The rubbingthat worc them out wasi necessary. The next told how many things she did with it ; siv washed the kitchen floor, or the iinest china the most deli cate lace, or the coarsest fabric Whatever she did with il she saved money byit. The fourth told of the harmlessm ss of Pearline. S!;i had used it for tcn years, and she cuc'n- nothing that w i washable could he hurt by it. Tht;se are only four out of inillions who use PearKne, b i the others say the same things and ir.ore. 1 ry it yoursel. then you can tell about it. I'viltllcis and somc UtllCIUPUlotta troccrs Will lell you " tlin eouil as" or "Ihe Mnti a l'carliiie." IT S FAL8E arline i never peddled, and if your Drucer senda you son Uung m pl.icc of Pearline, do ihe boi.ati tbing j tt vatM BewareS 181 IAHB9 PVLU, New Vo DO YOU DEFOSIT WITH THE CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Capltal anbarrlbnd $100,000 00 Deposlts recelved fmm Aprll 1" to October 10 ... $84,128 ." Four Pcr Ccnt Intcrcst Paid on Dcpoits. WILL oi ( l i'V II 1 1 : R0011S VACATED BY THE POST-OFFHlE IX NOVEMBER 100 Safo Depofi! Boxcs for Customers' Use to Rent. T. J. Deavllt. Pretldent. Alexander CochrAn,1! B. B. ninkelsr, Treaiinrer. H. N. Titl'lin, . . Juhon nnt t . . a. J. Miiii-y, TriiftteeSt The Bank is Prepared to Receive Accouuts Subject to Chck. 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How yfiu Iihvp IovpiI inp, tnotlier, I haVI not owcr lo tell KnowltiK full wi'll Tbal pvpii lu tlip rp.t Hltove It I. your will To wiitrli auil Kunril mi with y.iiir love, LorliiK uip .tlll. And, a. of olil, my mother, I am cntitent to be a ohlld, Hy tny motlipr'it lovo hPKtillcd l-'rotn all tlii'.fl othpr clinrnti. ; So. to the last, VYIthln thy lpar. protprthiK annn llolil thoil RM fant, My truarilhtu atiKPl, mother! Hmjftie ftttdi (n f'hirafrn ttmti Bnsalan Af if reni renm. Many tbii g 1 bave comblned to make Buaia ea aoiialty ao agrasalvc powar. The neoraphical pofitioti of the cottn try, ci (,n i in t)ci een iwo InlanU seas, und bnrled for more than in'f the year nnd 1 t'n muwi of nn Atciio winii r, makei expanslon n n cess ly of her cx-l-tance: nnd ii icarcely needi ihc ti sta nitnto! 1M r iba Qruat tramlndui of he dlreolion whieh tliat expansion i likely to lake. The iom-saion of Cooftantinople nny or may not mean (iih Napoleou Bouaparte ouee nuiil) ihe empire of the world. It ciriaiuly eon ttltutei he goai of liiissiin ambltton. Iu Ruatta, too, Ihe piieillc tendeucies OU whieh I have dwclt have h td 1'88 room to dcvelop then lelvei than in any olher European oountry. llereiv ilizitiotj is Aeiatie rather tlmu Eu ropean. Her citiesare f'w aud far hc- IWeen, ller rur.il jx pnl;. tiou n sunk in the most profound ignorance. Her newapaper press U ( iiicial orlnaplrcd. Her repreatintutive luatitutlona have yet to aee il.c lluhl. Publio opinion, iu tl.e snse in tthich we apply the lilirae to Bngland, lo Fia ce, or lo Italy, doea not exist in the country, The only two movementa which cm iu any seuse be c.illed popular panslavi-m aud nihiliam 10 far as they aie likely to ix rt uny inllue nce on the goveru ment, are caloulated to predi-ipose it to an aogressive polic the fornier by gdncratlng a wild kind ol i-emi n ligious, semi-jiulitical propauandiam the latter hy driving a tltnid ruler like the preeent CE r to 8 ek, in u forein war, that con venient cscape from domestio trouble-' whieh the outbreak of hos i iiie has btfore now b-eu found to lurnish. Add lo this the Let that all ihc most Important nlliees in the empire are iu the hands i.f a military caste; that in no European country is human life so cbrap or human sulTering ofso little ac count: thit uowbere are ihe peasantry so babltually or complacently lookea upon ns " food for powder," nnd it i insy to undeistmd the feverlsh anxiety with which every niovement of Russi in Iroopaonthe Galician fri ntlerlsvlewe 1 in Vieuna, or the tone of abaolute cer lainty with which every Qerman offlcer, who can he pertuadi d to speak on the eubjnct, looks forwa d toa Husso-Ger man war. The DevlFa Kiinllinjf-Wood. Do you want to know where a boy usiuilly t egins to h: fast? With a ciif- aretie. It ia the lad'a nrststepin hra vado, reaistanoe oi lober morality, aud a hold stcp iu dlaobudi nce. Just uow lake ihe matter of the scientilic tide. Tobacco blightt a hoy's flueat powers wit, muscle, couscieuce, will. Natiom are leuialaiiog against it. Qermanj w ilh ull h r s uoke say", "No lojacco in the tcbools." Il spoils their hrains und makea tbem too small for Boldlers. Kuock al the door of Ihc trreal mllltan lusli Ution of l'rance. ' Notoh.icco" is the response Try West Poiut and Annapo'.ia. "Drop'thit oigarette " I the woid. Indeed, smoking boya are nut likely to get ao far as that. Major Houston, ol ihe m iinii: ( irps, who is 111 chame ol the Washing o i navy-yard barracka, says that on fifth of all the boyi examlned are rejected for he.irt disea e, of which nlUfcty-uioe ca-ei in one hundied come from cigareitea. llis lirH tpiestion is, y .u Btnoke?" ' Xo, sir," is the Invarlable reply. Hat tht record is stamped un the very bod, of the la I, un l out he goes. Apply fo: a posiiii.n in a bank. If you use to baCCO, heer, c.trds, ihe hank has no use for you. Husiuess life deniands Quu h.ains, iteady nervea and a lirm con eienoe. 8tlicUd. EVKBYONE who has ouee used Dr. Bull's Couib Syrup tuvarlably resorts 10 ii agaiu lor colds, etc. " Whvn vire irevall. and linploatl muu hear .way," Wnen ontii ipnlns, brtUMi tormtol all thf day ; Thtui t'ane from palu from raro aud liurt are Mnfi lly Kri'ilt Salvatlou Oil, the atauilard linluiput. No more Eoglishmen live to tell the story of Waterloj, Lord A hemarle, General Whlchcote and Colonel Hewltt, the three survivors who celehiated the leventy-flfth anniveraary of thebattle iu Juue, 18110, are uow dead, and the famous WatenOO list at the IJiilish war olliee has been closed. II' none of the veterans of Geltyshurg shall live longer after the batlle than Colonel Hewit did, in 1040 the lips of ihe l isiwituess ol 1'iekett's cbarge Will have been sealed l'orever. EtKCTRIO BlTTBM. This remedy is becomiug so well kuowu and so pop ular as 10 ueed nospeclal mention. All who have used Bleotrio Bllters sing the same soug of pralse, A purer medi Cine does not exist and it is guarauteed to do all that is claimed. Electrlc llit ters will cure all diseases ol the liver aud kidneys, will remove plmples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused hy inipure hlood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of beadache, coustipatiou and iu dlgestion try Bleotrio Bittera, Kutire satisiaciion guaranteed or monev re funded. Prloe lifty eents and !f 1.00 per hottle, at C. Blakely's, Montpelier, Vt. C'llll.UHKN Cry fo'' 1'ilcher's Casloi'ia. ChILDBXK Cry for I'itcher's Castoria IVORY SOAP 99 Pure. THE BEST FOR EVERY PURP0SE. DMff I N VALUABLE FOR ouhs t a!lLang, V2jds 4 Troubles. 35c. and $1 at all Druggists. E. MORGAN &.SONS, Prop's, 1892. Harper's Young People. AN ILLUSTRATEO -VEEKLY. Thc tiiirtffntii roltttna f UMp9ft Yonng Psople bCgUll li Nuvciiibfr l( iM'il. I-'nr the oumtog y-ar , t li Ih beitt uuil numt PHPprhtttllyi WsMkly in the VTOrM for jronthfttl roitiU'rs ofTtTH a vitricd aml fan- olofttlng profcnuDiiit. Ib ril Botlon tt wtu eon taln " Uii'K" niizoii," a story of tlie Iir?t vuyHKe of Colarabui, by Jobn it. Ooryvlli u ('nnoein ites : a Story of tlie Florfdu llcefmitnl KvltIihIs," ly Kirk Miinrot'; uiiotlitT story by OD of tlie bMt kOOWIl iintl inost ioputtrof Ann'rtcuii ttthOltl ntid storifs iu twounil tlirt jmrts hy ThOUM Nelsoii I:trk, K. u. Houie, Augellnc TlmI, Blli Rodnuui Obureta und Mury S. HeCobb HON thsQ two bttndrsd short Hto rte by tftTOTtta writi'r.'. KrtlcU'.s ou travel, out-of-dOOT xportH, ItvdOOf Hunvti aml all IUbJeti deur to the ln iirtft of tliu yotiiiu, lif-iidt'R liuudreiU of iilus tratiniin by k'adlim artists, will OOinbtni to nutku HttlpJl'l Voitng People for $n un irresintJMe reposl tory of pleasure aud InfOI nmtton for boyi and gifli, " Tlie bt1 weekly publloftttotl for yoOHg people lu existeuee. It i- edlted with MVUpnlOHI OMTt and at teutloii. and iDttrucUon and etiterlahiuieut are tuln Kled iu it Mff61 iu just tlie rlgbt proportionn to eap tlvati.' tlie nilnds of the yottOgt aud at the IMM time to develop their thlllWng power. tibstrvrr, .V. Terms, Poutage Prepald, $1 I'erWar, VolnUlM V, III .11-': MI of llarj'er's f OUDg I'eo p1(B bOOIld iu eloth.wfll he Rent hy uiail. Mtag uld, ou reeeipt of 11.00 eaeh. The other vuluiue are out of prlnt BlDglO nunihers. Hve ceuti eaeh. Spei-huen OOpy eut ou reeeipt of two cellts. Iteuilttanees should he nmie hy PottO0M Money i irder or Hraft, lo avold ehanoe of losn. N'ewspaper; are not to eopy this advertUeinent WlthOUt the express order of Harper A Itrothers. Addreui HAKPBR 4 BROTHEBB, New York Best o! Republican Newspapers. THE TRIBUNE FOR 1892, Roswcll C. Horr on The Tariff. I he lepuhllean part y , t riumphaut lu 1801 wherever natloual isniios were at htake, renews. ajitfressively and hr.ivfly. the Dght for lOftt. The New Y.rk Tri bnnOi the ahleit, iuo-t rell.ihle aud hest oT repuldi ciiti uewspipers, leads the way. I i-,i.. Xs-.t. i;.. well i. Horr of Mloblgmil, the witty orator. will COU tinue In The Trihuue lils reiuarkalde .u tiehs ou the T.iritT, Keeiproeitv. OollUgC, a il the Curreney. These tOJNOt are ull uuderKtandahle . the rVpUbllOU pOtloy with reuard to all of thi iu Is rlgbt, pfttkioUO and imprenahle. hut dmt has heen thrown lu the people's eves, und the u ii , - heen tllled with fo, hy lyin aitd irleky tarltf ref.uuiers. The Trihuue prinu from one to rlvo exeeedlnyly eitiert iluin ur tiele.s every week ex)dahiiiiK tln'se o.uestl'tns. Mr. ilorr hecins at the DSgtlUllllg of every suhjt-et and inakes it so elear that everyone ean undr.t ind aml ti" npe ean auswev htm. Ank anv neltfbbor what he tbluluoi mi Horra wrtttngt. Q wfll tU you thut they are geutilli ele tr, entertainin an.l perfeetlv UlUtnsworabie. peelalty is made nf atiiwerinu all quetttoiil asked iu good fahh on the larltf. Heelpro eitv, ColilftgOt the i 'urreney. and the projt Qtt of the Kahner-. Alltance. The Trihuue Is the heit natiolial repuhliean p.iper to aiipplement your loeal paper durti x liW. Uow to guooeod in Llfo. Tho Trihuue will U0 eontluue the seri s of arti eles to yoUOJI Mn aml Wnineli. petilied by IU0U W ho heKun lif' tlieiuides wiih few advauiaes, yet have ilevertheleHS lUOOOodod houorahly anl hril liantly. It will also replv to aUMttoiU M tO what young ini'li aud wotneit ithouhl do to BUOOMd In life, UndOf the parttelltar OUTeunUtnncei iu whieh thrir loi in lif- may he east. Tlie tt ptloi will he written uuder the dlrection of RotweUO, Horr, whosv fa nii:iarity with Anierieau IU'e and uiiportunltlOf aud whose deep aud eordial ynipftthy with all who are truggllng uuder advei -,e otroumttnnoot promlH to niukethe replie praetieal aud (iatlwfuetory. Vital ToplOi l t li- Day Mauy soeeial ront rlhut itmn will he prtuted from DlOn aml wojuen of dUllnulslieil renutatlon. A i,: Ihc tOplOl are Silvt r CyinMni the latest viow; I'roh r Kit ictlou of the Minority in UegUUl' tioti, to lueliule one paper eaeh from a deiuoerat aud a repuhliean proinlMM In pUbUollfo; Hariuful I'eu deueles of TflUUl Arld l.auds Ol the I'nited States; Kree I'ostal Pelivery iu liuiat rommuniiies; ltetter I'ay for FOUTtb elaMS POttlH litOTtj liiiportauee of the Niearaimiii Canal; VUblgO I inprovelneut ; Our Qwroun Tellow ottUon In Ainei leu, and many otheri). AffHoaltum. Iq addltlun to the regular twn puei a week of how to run u furwi und make it nay. there wlllhe, durlnu InUi Hpeeial pipers ou llot-lmuae l.ainhs, Model t-arm.s, I'ohaeeo BUiUlngj BugM lleels, Kau Sy ' I'rieed ltutter MukltiK. t'an- of Heeo. Mar kut Jjnrattnlngi LlVf ttpCKtUtd variety of other eiiuully important hianehes of Aiueru-.tu furmtnK- gor Old ioldlnn For veteruui of the wui there will he a puge a week or wur storlen, aimwers to iiueathnm, news AlidKoir.lp. Mm. Anule Wlttitiinyer will eiupply uu iutereatlu coluiiin 01 uewn of the V. K. C. The Trihuue : war torlen of the past year haveuever bcou mrpmtd forthrilhUK iutereif. h'amilies w lll value the paes devotod to QoMttoni aiul Aimwem, HoUNehohl leeoialiou. Home Intei et8, CooJfing KuittluK and froehet, VOUUg Kolks, aud the Kuslii(ut. A ureat edtiorial - w lll he prluted, and tletion, foreTu letters, hook rev tewn, traveU. ehei'kero aiul i'heaii and lun ahundautly nupplled. PrtinlnMigi PotM'rlptlve etreulur will he sent free. 4)vr '2.00(1 tn CMh PrlMJfc tgHd for terinn to aeutn und raine a eluh forTliH TlilBt'NK. iDbnoripUoBi Wkkki.v, $. SKMl-WuBKi v, g.1. Kree for the rent of lstl to knOM mihserlhliiK now lor gg, THE TBIBUNE. NEW V)11K. 1 V ynu wUlt to uilvertl.it Hiiytlilug unywltfre nt I uny ttm wrtte io OKO. Y. UOWKIJ i CO.,N, iu -i i . itnati Htw Vuik.