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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUICAL. WEDNI SDAY, SEPT., 18, 1901.
3 WKDNK8DAY, SKl'TEMHEU 18, 1001. UJraUR UOPHB. aonoral Bdltor A Sliocking Clmnge. Shocklng to rcadors who mny havo boou lcanlug too conlldcntly, too unro Bervodly, on tho optimiatio roports of tho Prealdont's condltlon that havo bcco cotnlng stcadily from BuiTulo du r i,,' tivo post dn8. Thcao havo becn coutuiutug eueouragouicnta of llnul rc covcry amounting quito to poaitivo us auranco. JJut pooplo with good jttdg nioiits, riiidorcd couBorvative by ox pincncu, or haviug a roalizlng souso of t (iaiK'T thnt must loag ublde with ono 8.j seriouBly woundcd aB was tho Prcsident, huvo boou prcpnrod for tho rocoptiou of gravo iutclllgonco at auy timo whon tho aftcr-conaequouccs of liis wounding ahould bogin to np r oar. Novcrth Icbb, ovou tho moal conser vn'ive, oven thoao who remombcred tin paiuful altcrnutions of hopo and dcapnir m tho days Bticcccding tho wounding of Garfleld,had takon couiibbI of thcir hopes and prayora rathor thnn of thoir foar8, and wout to slccp laat ntght joyful ovor tho a?surauco of tho Prcstdont'a rccovcry into whlch tlioy had boou boguilod, and forccasting tho ospecial eauao for profouud thankagiv ing tho recurronco of tho groat aututuu fostival would thia yoar bring. It was a rudo awakouing tho morning brought. Whilo tho despatches from Buffalo aro ground for tho gravoat approhon sion, thoro ia roasoa forcaution against uttor dospair. Tho nowa pondulum today tuay bo swinging aa far toward tho dangor ond of ita circuit us it wrb but yeatcrday vibrattng toward tho limit of extretno optimi8tn. Thcre is hopo whilo thorc ia lifc, and tho uation will mako faat to this sourco of en-couragomcnt. Sick W&men MrBm Valontino Tolls How lydia Em Pinkhnm's Vagota hlo Compountl Gurod llor. Brcak Up Tlicir iNcsts. MSWPyZ'LLNTINf.. Kov. Dr. GoorgoB. Spaldingof Syro-cu- o prcaclicd in that city on Sunday ono of tho notablo aormona of tho day on tho asBQBaination of Preaidimt McKin ley. Dr. Spalding wa8 poworful in rcp reiiciiBinn of tho wicked decd, atorn in LiB doniand that tho uoata of nnarch iats with n rcmorsclces Iiaud ahall ba broken up. Tuking for hi8 tcxt tho iu cidonta of tho killiug of Atnasa by Jonb, approaohing his victim undor tho gui80 of frioudahip, Dr. Spalding sald of tho doed of tho anarchist: "Oh. thc unapeukablo nieannosa of thoact! It nco'icd only this dospica blo (Iibl;ui-o of friendship, thia Btnilo of villany, thia bloody hand of loyalty, to mark thc lowest deptlis to which siu cau rcath. Tho mannor of the atr ciuiH crinic outmoaaurcs in iniquliy the critnc itaelf. It ia tho 'AU buil, Mut tor,' aud tho kiss of Judaa. It is th -lasi, sin of a 'son of perrtition' for whicn thcrr ip iio rcdetnption." Thc decd of tho as8assiti, Dr. Spald ing 8at l, waa a blow at tho uation it Bclf, and cvory citizeu of tho uation. "And, fcllow cltizons," ho sald, "aa a nip.n who lovcs his country with a fer vor not lcss warm thau my religioua faith, I ask you whoao palrioti8in and loyalty aro cqual to my own, what ia to bo donc in our land?" "ls thia hollish work to go on?" ho iuquired. Wcrc thcBo prcsidouta of ours liko old world despota, had thia govcrnnionl bcon ono of clasa diatiuction, Iio could uudcr stand how ono, iufuriatod by legal injuatico, should etriko oveu for rcbel lion. But tho govornmont ahiolds all hcr rcaidonta aliko and providoa romo- diOB for tho wronga any raay auffer. Ilad our social ordor croctod barricra againat which birth and povorty in vain cnat tbcmaUvca, ho "could uudcrstuud how a man uBpinng tu a bottcr poai- tion for himaelf, nnd raoro for his chll dren aftcr him, should in his hour of frcnzy lifc his hand in doatroying wrath ntrainst tho iron onvoirnmcnts of tho social ordor about hlm. But look at it," ho czclaimcd: Look at thoao Preaidonta who havo fallun undcr tho blows of thcso mad' mon: eueh ono mounting up from raia fortuuua of birth and povortloa of namo and opprcsaiona of social caat to profcsaional aud sociul poaitiona and matcrml corapotcucy and to tho chiof placo of civil powor, raoro oxaltod thau anv throno of kiiiKdoras and oniplrca. Tho gatos of achouln aud librarics aud of churchea and ovory nccdcd inBtitu Uon for iudividual advancoincnt Btauds wi'lc oncn, and yet thoro aro mcn what ahall I call thoin? lnuora of hu manity, uBauesins ot aocioty, plottors ocainBt churcu anu btato aud socicty who would undormino tho Btruciuroof ovorythini, hoping in the uuiversnl chaos Bomothing may turn up which thov raav clutch and bo bottcr thenv bcIvcb. Wcll, fcllow cltizonB, whnt nro wo going to uov With patriotic forco and powor tho rcvortnd doctor diacusacd this ques tlon, trouchautly rcviowiug the la moutablo facta and incldeuts of tho slt uatlou aud tho cultninatiug incidout And thia waa his anawor: I think, iu my growing but cloarin Berlin Watcr. Tho rcportof tho lioallh ofllcor lu tho mattor of tho purily or inipurity ofthowatora of Berlin pond, covoriug alao tho Htatoinont of tho secrotary oi tho Stato board of hoalth aa to tho re stilt of his ol)8ervatioiiB, waa prcBontcd to tlio cit council on Wcdncaday ovon ing. Tho reporl of Dr. llnlton, tho Bccrutiiry, is publlahcd in full in cn noctton with thc procccdinjrs iu couu cil, ond alio thc rcportof tlio dircctoi of the Stato luboralory, glviug hia (lntl-iii-a in tho caso of tho lcn Bamplcs of Berlin water stibmittcd to tiliu fur aiialyals. Nol inuny yoars ngn tho vlllogo ! WimlHor KiilTorcd from an cpidctnii; of typlioid fovcr. Munj tlicd. Tho fata! im cculntion was Ihrough thc w.itcr supplied to tho peoplo of Uiu cominuni ty. Sotno yoars ao Motitpolior Biiffor ored frotn a terriblo visitation ol tlipli tlioria. A dcfcoiive water supply, in advquule for Hauitary purposea, lay so noar to tho aourco of tlio scourgo thut the long dor.tttcd projucl of briuging in tho wotora of Borlin pond spccdily nia tcrmhzud. Contaijriou, lurkiiiv; iu tho wator sup ply, lni nroug'U (lioiso aud du.i'.h into tnuuy coiuuiunitics. Is Montpelier wuiting for thu rcpotiton of such an ox pcrieuco as this community has olrcady had, for such a viaitatlou os sraoto Windsor, to awaken it to action in tho mattor of prolccting tho publio water supply from pollutiou? Tho dangcr aigual is out. Will tho city givo it hecd? Tho grcat maas of tho pooplo uso tlio city watcr fordriuk- ing aud all doracstio purpoaca. Thcy cau havo no othor. Tho citizon and hia family who has no option but to mako doily uao of Beilin water is on titlcd to what protection tho city who 8upplics it cau provido. Tho man of wcalth may bring spring wator to hia houso or ho may buy distillcd or othcr prepared watore. Tho man of mcans may havo in hia homo both Berlin watcr and spring water, but tho maas of the iuhabitants havo no recourao to any other supply thau that which thc city providea, and for which it charges a rato tho water superintondcnt'a au nual rcports show is a vcry lucrativo onc,contributing aunually a largo sum to tho eity's revcuuos. Tho bulk of this rovcnuo ia paid by tho avjrago houacholdcrs. In this mattor of ita water supply tho city is under tho atrongcst obligatiou that cau bo laid upou a tradcamau to provido hia cue tomcrs food that iB pure, that doos uot, abovo all othcr considerationa, contain manifcstly tho oloments of diaease and dcath. Tho eity's moral responsibility iu this mattcris boyond adcquate statc- UlDtlt. Tto analyses publiahcd elsowhoro in thia paportoll thoir own Btory. They spirit of diecontcnt and lncite mon ; snow ino prescuoa.oi mo DacuiiiB con ugninst nll law and rctrtint. Tht: pub- I coramunis, tho gorm that tolls the uu- iio minu l-i UKe a ereat ncin or iry rtnu indamrnable mati-rial. A sir -ie edito rinl or scrmon miy b- iho spiik which will (.iikuidlp tho cntire niasa. It was tho fiery worda of a woraan that flro.l this BB-asein to do this work. Men thoughtlcsaly, without nieaBuring t!e j reach of thoir wordn, etunu by existuit, I abuaes, or iullamed by their own bel- i Uh ai'iriniona, utter words that aro liko powdcr in dry erasp. xnira, wo inust noiu ourgolves raoro roaolutoly to a rovercnce of law and a strict sonso of our ovory obhkwtion to its ovory procopt. Thore is too much coptions of appcal to tho public a3 to whether this or that law is obhi'atory. Thero aro too raany olieap juBtices who do not oeBilate to puoliBii rrora lue Doncu thoir opinione ua to whcthor this or that law is worthy of thcir own and tho pcoplo's obcdience. Tho law in this or that caso may bo a vory uiiwiio law. Hut no man and uo judgo has uny right to (lllciallyde uounco it, or by hie words oc examplo to piTBuado otbors to diaobey it. Thero is only ono law raaking powor, aud as loiisi as that power maki b tno lawB it is a eolcnin duty of all to ouoy tho law, uaing only lawful ways to corrcct or rc penl laws that aro foolieh ond wrong. It is tlns rcady and ful ob?dicnco to lav aa law, thia rcligiouB obliijation to ovory fanction of govoruiucnt, this loyol submisaion to rulera, thia aoul houor to all who arc ovcr ua that mnkes up tho ono raighty aud coustraniug dt- raanu upon every goou citizon. xueeo are wnoiuaotue worJs. They aro goou for all communitica, thcy should bc rcad and pondorcd and rc- ligioualy hccdcd in all commuuitics, but horo in Montpelier thoy will bo regarded with tho intercat that attachca to tho wordB of thia omiueut son of the lown, hold high in revorcuco and os- tocui, who was reuontly among ua on tho celebration of Old Ilorao Week, and whoso addrefls of Btory and rcmi nlBconce is a plcaBant inciuory that will ovor lingcrin tho rainds of tho pooplo of that vast aBBomblago to which it was Bpokcn, In solomn phrasc, iu tho concluaiou of IiIb diacourso, Dr. Spalding polntcd out tho chiof peiil of tho Amcriuan people: It ie tho lawlcsa snirlt of our timcs periuoaiing all clasaoa of aocioty that oonsmutuB our ciuot peru, tuat iccub aud BUslairiB rebelllous principlos and eenUmeuis which work iu othor classos to undormiuo tlio fabrlc of Lovennuont ond slay by vlolence tho rulorn of nur uation. Obediouce, morul oblicion, reverence to all who urt in nut'iorlty, thoso arc tho lmporativo leBaonx ot our tlmos, offlrmod with a new and tre- menitoua omnhaaiB, evon tho awful Bpoctaclo of another I'reaidont lylng in hiB ul'oiiv uudur tlio stroko ot an lunu hilator of all law, and n dostroyor of all govoruuioni. Ilapplnoss will po out of 5'our Hfo lorever, my hlhter, if you havo any of thc syniptoms montioncd iu Mrs. Volontinu's leltiT, unloss you act promptly. I'roeuro Lydia U. Plnk liani's Vcgctablc Compound at ouce. It is absolutely Hiiro to help you. Then wrlto for ndvk'c if thero ls nnythlng nbout your cuso you do uot undor Btand. You need not bc nfraid to toll tho things you could not explaln to tho doctor your lctU'r will bo soononly by womon. All tlio porsons whosoo priv ato lcttors nt Mrs. l'iiiKlinm's f.abora tory, at I.ynn. M - . aro vom-n. All lottors nroconlitloiit ml nnd advico abso lutoly froc. Hore is the lctfor : " It ls with pluasuru that 1 ..c.a ii'v tostimony to your Ilst, hop ing it mny in duoo ot' T-. to avail t h o in fcolvos of t li o bem'flt of yo'ir vnluablo roin cdy. Itoforo taltiiKT l vdia R. Pln!v;i n's V e g e 1 1. 1 1 c Compoti.i.l I f.''t '.."V ' 1- 1, .wasto; i i v liorvons. ii n (1 ti ri'd. irid - k liont'ao'ios. no ft n P t i t . gnawin x prin in Momaoh. pain in my baek and rijrht sido. and n oak I could soarooly st.'iul. 1 not nblu to do riutl'iTi' . J ! t-liaip pains all throiifrli in;. 1 oi'y. 1 . foW' 1 had takon ,lialf a bottlo of your liiciliolno, 1 found mysolf iinpi'ovini. I t ontimiod its usc until 1 hnd tnkm four 1 otllos. and folt so woll that I did not nood to talto any lnore. 1 am lil.v a new por.son. and your modloiup t-- II ahvays havo my prais,c." Mits. W. V. Vam:ntwi;, C00 Fcrry Avonuo, C'amdon. X..7. 5000 wl" !,e naldtf thlstcstlmo. ninl i- trt gonulnc. Lydia t". Fii.kham Mcdlclnc Co. boubo of )iorii,of thrco tbinga this morn ing. Firat, 1 wouid brcok up with re moraolcaa hand thcso ncsts of anarch ism which Europo Ib stcodily pcopling horo aiid which aro boing brooih'd eo hotly in ao muny ciiica of our land. I would show thoae onorchiats and law lcsa socialista no moro quartcr thau I would any ceaspool of bacilli or swamp of miastnn. I would havo tho govorn meat, national and State, flght thcm to tho dfiath, cvcn moro rMnoreelefBly thnn wo fought tho hosts which in scr riod rauks uudcr an allicd fl-it? sought tho lifc of tho natiou. This cloruont of unarchism ia juat 08 much a foe of tho nation us wia srccssionibn . Aa wo fought tlio laat, for the lifc of the i ation, so wo should with an inoxtin guipliablo wrath Uirht thia othcr until it oho II iid a its laat ditch. Sucond, I wiah to warn thc pulpit and tho prcss of tho vast dancor which ia found iu no little of thcir appual to what ia cal.cd tho rihta of tho pooplo. It is liccnso that threatens ue. Itis so callcd popular sympathy and dcmon alration that, orruying thomeelves ogoiust law aud onler, intlamo tho The Cottatf e bytne ea covcred with M F Roofing Tin 50 yeara ago, aud good to-day as evcr, 13 a familiar slght on the Atlantic seaboard. The carcful selection of perfect black plates, repcated hand dippiug, liuning by means of clarified Lagos palra oil, and the rejection of every iuiperfect shcet, givea Rooiing Tm Uon ol Verniont'BrcBOtirccs formilitary defoncc. St. Albans MoBsongor. HBADACI-Bj (g) its auperior wearing quality. MF plates liavo tho richeat nnd lieaviest coatmg of pure tin aud new lend (the genuino old-style terne process) nnd are linpervlous to the rust-producing atniosphere of thc seaboard the scverest test that can be npplied. This (5) tradetuark is on every sheet of the gcnuiue m r xvoounjj nn. ask vour rooier, or wilta to W. C. cnONEMEYER, flQent, Carnegle Bulldlng, PlttsburB, (or Uluttratud boolc on rooUng. AMERICAN TIN PLATE COMPANY, NEWYORK. Tlicy tschewcd I'olitics. Tlh Vorin n prcsq wa laratly rep- nt l.lctl i' lli Fisn rtlid Ciillio lll' t" I'u; 1 ct wi ok in tHt'l It 000 of tho 11 '0t gul'ii riti n' U)i j . r lr 1 in 11 I 11.' tiiao. Ttu y i i j M:d 1I10 on 11 g L'roa( , vkc ii'Wi 'I I' 11 s and I-1 ihr ti " r li Ih ws I-i hi 1 1 kiti. I' w- i fy ti. V rniniii !.! in i' irt-f-t nmkc up a l)oo nt 'inr.i wnkins;, 11 diisirioiiB fi o niid a iiiom- . yd lil of vvi. 'run to Vormon', ' wh'ion m irc lur I." St'iti'. tr ' n-i.i n. 11. ' M,i othti walks oi hlo. Newa und Citi 7.' i'. VETERINARY SPEC1FI CS A. A. ) ri'.VlIHH, ConernllniK. Inflamma cuiiEHtttiinii, l.uns 1'riiT, fllllli l ctrr. II. II.)KI'IIA1AH. I.nnirniM, liijurltn, cunivij KlifiiinntlHiii. . ('. Jt-OltH TIIUUAT, atnj-. KpUootlo, cuiiSIMnlvniliur, vr& J Wi ltStH, llot, Hrtil... i:. r(('0t'HIM, vU: tnniipnxn, Innnmed CUHKH) IjllllKM, I'll'lll'll.l'lll'llllllllllll. r. im oi.ic, ii. iiwM'iic wiini.iitouii, cuiiksI llljtrlii'ii, l)),.ilrrv. (!.(;. I'rLMHIi IIK( AltlllAlii:. KII.M: A llt. MlllKll DIMIIltlCltM. I. I. KlilV IIHKVMW, MntiKi-, r.ruplldin, ctnraitl lci'ri, irrni', l'nrc, .1. II. ( It l COVIMTIOV. Kinrlna ( imt. cuukh S liiilUi'Ntloii. Iifiiiimi'h Mnuurrn COC. rarh; Stnlilo Vnv. Tcn Spi'flfli'l, ll'nik, &., $7. At (iriiinrinw cr nem iir.'tmiu ( ri'cii.i lli.mnh.nr.' Ma.l.,.tn.. I1,. . '. IVtlll.. Cl. V..1. f t iirloo. In.' '.. c.ir. WIMIni'i A John VFrKHiSAitir Mani ai. .sint FftEE. I Story of a SIuvc. Tu lic b 'iind hanil nnd fnot (or yra't li 1 li" i li uiic f iliiiiH Ih ttu) wuihi fonn nt liv -rv G-"frfH I). Wllllnim. ol Mnnohei!. r, Mii'li , hiijk: "My wifn lio'li i p . -n ( i 11 V n-.ru thm lm ciulil nol I itiri. .ivr ii. lit-d Hioue. Afinr uh1ii Iwi l) .tiH nt E'.'drl Hlitcr stin ls wonilerfiil 'liiproTi il Hinl I)Ik to ilri hfr nwu work. I'hiH -iipriiini' ruui"(ly for foumle dtsnioiHH l'lll'k'V OIIN'M IIBrVllllHtlOPiM; slcnp IIMtlU, in . 'i"h, ii4il lah , bickaolii", faiuitrii; llllil il V.. hi 1 1 h. Tc Ii rt ROll-HHIlll tO WHk, lcUlv, rnn ilnwti pnnplo Oiirn Rnirantuud. Onh 60c S.ilit v ikly, ilriuiKlBt. NEltVOUS J)EBTLITY, VITAVi AVI..VKXNSS nnd Prostration from Ovrr work or other cnuses. Humphroys' Homnopnlhii Sppflfto No. in uhq ovli40 yen., tlio cjnly euocoHful nrjijdy. $1 rcr v!al,or sptclal ptokaoa with rowder.for $3 Btri'l I'y DriiirlFIA, or n' nl innt nld tl r r i t l I ' IH lll'IIIIKla'llKU. 10.. Cnr.lUIIUa A Jnlin "l. vn Torir FIERY DOOM OF TME WOKLD. ThU In. TcnoliliiKM of tlie IIIMc nn tvruutliiK Snliji'ct. I 1, i. r:s. t;..- l. "llItlRS ,s E. i.'.c as t I. s li : . mipiir'i m ly c u( ' lch wo i tn ii"t!iiii' to do i h ny I Jd -I it den ahle truth ahi.ut contamination from sewutrc. It iB tho qorm closoly allied to the typhoid baeillus. Chem ically the water may be pure, but chemical aualsis aloue is tucomploto. H does not diacover tho proacnco of thiB, or of dther datnorous dlseaao germs. Ita existence appoara iu tho t.OBt for the liviiitf gtrrns of diaeaae, in tho biological esamination. Tho ten samplos examinod, with only two ex- Bhow tho prcseuco of this gorm, and the rotnainint; eisht present conclusivo ovtdeiico both of ita cxia tcnco and that tho gorm ia carried to the consumors of Berlin wator. Captnin (Jlark aud tlio Scliloy Court. CommontiDg on tho oditorlal articlo of tho Washington Post ropubllahcd iu thia pago of tho Jouiikal a corrospond cnt of tho Post wrote: Your boautiful tributo to tho charac tcr, Berviccs, and manly boariug of that apleniiid cfllcer, Cupt. Clark, meot8 tho completo approbatiou of the American people. It is inconceivablo that tho achievoments of fiuch a man should be prrmittod to lapso into evon temporary obacurity. You havo rightly judgcd that whcn his ovidenco uppcars boforo tho court it will havo grcat woight in (lctcrmining a just dcciBiou. His prcs cnco, too, on tbut momeutous occhbIou will bring him and his digutllod courso promiuoutly boforo his fcllow citizons, whon ho will havo the satisf action ot mecllng with the juat plaudits of an ad miring people. It certainly is a singular circum stanco, as tho .Touunal has ofton rc marked, that tho naval olllcers actually present iu thcbattle of SantiagodoCuba, forciuust in the llghttug aud coutribut iug moat dcciaivcly to tho utter cxtinc tiou of tho Spanlah tq.uulrou, aro either tho olllcers who havo boen practically unrecoguizcd by tho nuvy dopartmcut, or who havo boou mado tho victims of bittcr attack or infainoua criticism with tho tacit coupo'it or indircct parti clpatiou of the navy dopirtinent. Dick Wainwriiiht'a resoluto spirit mado tho cockle ahell Gloucoatcr a bot tlcship. Uumiiidful of the frugile char octor of his craft, he atoorcd his wood en hull slraight "iuto tho jaws of hell," truating in his ability to gct his blow in flratand the accuraoy of his 11 rc. So ho tmido a epccdy ond of tho drcadcd torpcdo boats. Capiaiu Cook of tho Biooklyn kept tho cruisor to tho fore, whero she rcceived'iuore aliots thau all tho other shipa to-;other. Caplain Clark's services on the Oreijon, wilh its houvier nnuanuuil aud the closcr proslniiiy to tho Spanish ehi'pa its apleudid Bteaming capicity irave the vesaol, are too will kuown to rcquiro recual. Admiral Schlcy was tbo ofllcor actually in chief coni iiand, ttnd bui for the Blnifts jealouay aud dlaappointmont havo aimed nt Iub record, mognifyiug and dl8torting acts which, at tho worst, wcro errors of judatnont, common to nll commandcra, couimitled coutiuu oualy, in thc 'WobI Indian campaign, by his accuaora thouisclvoa, no accuBa tion would bo mado againat this coiu mandor. Thoro ia trutlMhat pricka, truth tbut niovoB to wrath, truth that ougut to Bhamo tho uavy departmont, iu tho worda of tho Post. miachicf maker, or a conspirator Capt. Clark, dcspito tho ob3curity to which ho has bcon consigucd by tho departmont, occupics ono of tho high cat placcBin tho osloom aud odmiratiou of tho country. Ho haa boou given no lusurious billot; he haa rccoivod no ad vanccmont or ovon apecial notice. Sampson and hia strikera havo bccn affectionatoly cared for. Thoy havo had tho North Atlantic Bquiulron Newport, liar ilorbor, &c. tho nods aud bockB and wroathcd smilca of thc gaudy cotlagers, Bummer schb, Lucul lau banquots, bouqueta and ucclaraa matiou. Today Sampson is at tho Boa ton Navv Yard. Chadwick is presidcnt of tho Nowport War Collogo, giving lawn partics and cntcrtaining fotcign notables, and in all othor respects swimming right along among tho ap plos. But Clark woll, what hus bcen dono for him, anyhow? Wo confcas wo do not know. Schley was promptly rclegatcd to a yollow fevor cruiao in South Amoncon wutors. Waluwright had thrust upou him an aaBigumcut he did not wont, and waa, by tho sarac token, rofuscd ono ho did want and for which he was excoptionally qualiflcd. Cook woll, Cook haa not boou meu tloned in tho socicty journal3 for many yoars. He may be still altvo, but ctr tainly ho haa not got a snap. And so it cocsl But tho grcat tuaaa of tho Amorican people, who caro nothiug about tho Nowport and Bur Ilarbor nioba, and do not ostiniato their warriors by tho atandard of departmont favorittam or tho ecBtacios of tho socioty roporters these are waiting to hoar what piodest gcutlemen liku Clark aud Cook and W'ainwrii.'ht luive io say. Clark is thu mo :el of the (lL'hting unptftin who ipoaks through the mediuiu of his deeds and asks for no pluuditB or apoa trophcc Clark is the kiiid of man whose testimoay the bountry wul baso its verdict. Waahiiiirton Post. "It ia tho hcightof nonscnBC," says tho Barre Times, apropos of tho Rut land Ileralil's bciiscIcbb rcraork, "to po.nt to Will Lord's ruin aa tho 'fruit of tho Vermont p rohibitory law.' " Cenuine arter's Little Liver Pills. Must Donr Slgnnturo of Sce Pac-Slmllo Wropper Uelow. Tcry omnll nuii os ewy to talio oh tiuar. FOn HEADACHE. FOR DI7ZIHESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR COHSTIPATIOH. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXION HOIWItVWlll Ulll H1UI mitXM AtllB 25 c"nts I Purolr VeffrtaliJo.yiCw?5. CARTERS ITTLE W8VER 11 P,LLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, X Fightcr Vlto Uocsn'l Talk. And all this time, whilo tho mcn who woro uot in tho naval ongagomout off Santiago havo bcen throwing mud at a man Wlio waa in the tiucKcst of it, horo is Capt. Clark, who, iu command of tho Orcaon, porforinud tho most bril- liaut foat iu tho cntiro conucctiou, aud who has not contributcd to a niagozluo or talked for publlcatlou sinco July, 18081 Liko Capt. Cook, of tho Brook lyn, and Commandcr Woinwright, of tho trlouceslcr, Clark haa bccn coutout with tho coueciousucsa of duty dono. Iio has takon part in nn choruseB or sympoBiunis. Afthor tho complotion of his eplendid Borvico tho Brooklyu, tho Orcgon, anil tlio uiouccator woro tho couspicuouB faclors iu tho Santiago eouatton uo quictiv (iisanncarcu trom publtc obaorviuion. iio ono nas noaru of hlm as Bnuabbllug ovnr prizo monoy, or bclittling a follow-' fllcer, or schem- Ing for notice or promotlon. Uo a potent and cotnmanding flguroin tho tragedy. Ho left tho tawdry aftorpieco to such aa cared for Utilo thinga. Tho Amorican peoplo await with rospcclful intorost tho appoaranoo of Cant. Clark boforo Iho court, of itinuiry so flnon to ossomblo. Ho is ono ot tho vory few who have ihtis far had noth ing to Bay, olthor dlroetly or tudlroctly, about tho itntnortal 3rd of July; who mado his rcckoning with tho oucmy and has oecn wllllng to loavo nia rop utatlon und hia rccumpeuBo to hlstnry. To him can bo tracod noithor aolf-glor-lllcation, nordiaparugotuont of othors nor Indccont oagornoaa for spoUs. A warrior always, but novcr a luountc bank or a jackal uovor a slaudoror, u I h Joiirniil Also, Tho Minoriorny nf tho I'ubliphoro' Priis servi e over that of tho Aaaociut td was a.'iiin domonstrated yeBtordav afternoon wiieu tho Timcs and otht r napcrs Bupplicd tiy tho Publishera' I'n m to!d the nows of ihe cipture "f Emma Gt l'lmiui, i-tcoud only in intor cb' to that "f 'ho coii':itiou nf I'rcsldcnt McKiuloy, vvhtle thc Motilpelior Arous aud other Associated I'rcss papora never hoard nf tho capturo until they saw it in their contctnporarica. Barre luues. Ilows Tliis? Wo IT r Ojo Ilundrcd Dollars Rf ward for any caso of Catarrh that cau Kit be eiin d bv Hnll's Catarrh Cure. F. J CHENEY & CO.,l'rop8..Toledo, O. Wo, ihe undernigned, havc known F. J. Cheney lor the laat 15 yeara, aud bi- liovc him perfcctly honorable in nll bualne8s trimtactiona, and fluanciallv nble to c rry out any obligation madc by thoir llrm. Wkst & TnuAX, Wholesalo Druggiata. Tolodo. O WALDlNO, KlNNAN & iMAKVIN, Wholenale Druggists, Tolodo, O. Ilall's Citarrh Curo ia takcn inler nally, nciiiit: dirrctiy upon tho blood and Miuciia nurfocoa of tho system. Pr'ce 75 ccnts por botllc. Sold by all drugirict-. Tustiiuoninls frce. !Iair Fcnilv 1'ills aro the best. LToliihitioii aud A. Lord. The ltutland Ilerald, in connection with tho account of thc dotuils of the downfall of ex-Spcaker William A. Lord of Moutpelior, 8iy8, in conclu sion : "This is a humilitnting output of Vermont prolnbiliou." Now. JViejlfei stwjer docs not believo in Vcrmoui's prohibitory law, but it cannot rotrutn from oxprosaing tho opinion that tho Uerala is uniuat iu uttriouiing to u this instauco of hutuau failurc or prc- haps any othor simllar caso. As a mat- icrof toct, tuat is as liie Messenger viewB it, it a man is gomg to oc o drunkard, ho ia going to bo a drunkard, no mattor what tho law is. Laws such as thc prohibitory law of Vermont are aimcd at tho restraint ot tho goneralt- ty of raanklnd aubjoct to thom nnil uro not falriy hcld occountablo for in dividual iuatanccs. That the prohibi tory law docs not bogin to accomplish ita purpoeo aud that it is, to an alarm Ing degrco, an Inlluonco for evil rathor thon lor good, tuta papcr is urnuy con vinccd. But it fails to boo how a raau with tho tomporamout and wcaknoes of William A. Lord could evcr bo oflcctcd injuriously by that law. Iio drank and ho would havo arunK regaruiess ot auy law. St. Albans Messeugor. Iu tho olegant phraao, and intolligont uudoratandiug of tho rolation of cauao and cftoct, of tho Ilerald of ltutland, tho forcgoing would bo rogardod as an othor output of "rot gut lltoraturo" bu perinduced by tho demoraliziug offccts of prohibltlon. To Moyo tho Arsoiml. Ono of tho movoB that tho pormanont camp ground for tho Stato mliltla will ucccaattato soou, iu all probability, will bo tho romoval of tho araenal from Montpelier to tho camp ground. Of courso, it is only ronaonablo that tho rutlitory.atoroB should bo kept whoro thcy uro to bo uscd. Tho unnual ox penso of tho tratiBportatlou of canvus and thc wour and tear on oauvaa trnui portatod botwocu Montpelier and tho camp ground ia unueL-oaaory. Tho Mt senyer Is iuformed that tho Stato cau boU lts arsonal proporty in Moutpelior any day at u good llguro. Thoro is an ospecial luiicss ot ttiiugs in naving tuo Stato's iiiilitury equipmout all on lts roavrvatiou, and, that rcservotion buiug sltuatod ncxt to tho Uulted Statos gov ornmont rcBorvatiou ou whlch Btuuds Fort Ethau Allon, tho comblnatton of tho two prosoutB tho vory boBt dlspoal- Tlic Voice of Annrcliy. I nm Annrcliy; It. il lmmlt'il, lilnoil bniuleil; Siillen nnd Knunt, I lirooil in tho miniU Of tlio boiiigs 1 ' nunt; I roli tlidm of Iiunor And Iotb nnd slinme; And biirii on tlicii'souls Tho bli(?lit of my liame; A suirit of evil, A npootro nf (lrond. . i In tho shadow of ruin v y blnek vrintrs aro iprend; I clntoli ut tlie tlirunt , t. , Of tlie nation nnd tear The henrt out cf onler i . Kveryw erc; With fue nnd with outrnKOi With Btecl nnd with lend, I striko nl tlie body lly striktug the headj l livo To (jivo Destrue ion life; And my supremost joy Ia to ilistroy What tbose. at any pr!co Of saorillco, Upbuild to mako n nation strong. I k ow no wrong Ihit right, tl tliat l fight. Unreaioning, und blind Iu lieart niul miml A coitutry's flag Ii Imt. ii rag To mo, Whoao hanild Wnvo iu all lands Tbo crimann crouo of Anarcliyj All InwltotmotM is law, In my esttom, A nd no law other Do I di'eiii Worth rccoriiit!"it Wonpous in liaud, I Btand OutMilo th" gato A' d wait Tho hour i Too orciso my power, I kill Iu onler to fullill My law of lawleauiioss, My di'C ilonui of ilentli Tohixly, soiiliind uuiid. Tjiou drink to the lioulth of mo and mino; Whnt niattera a life or two A kiiiKly beiidorii froenmn's blood? It U little otiongh to do For a imiiso like miue tliat overturns AU nnUr. nnil ninka luou freo By forRMig upon tbem, through ruin nnd blood, TouchitlB on tuo contalncd In tlu- l!t! Glgot, D. 1).. i i Id- a I.lteratuii ." .i; -"Whilo l i il.l.' vnluablo l .i i.iuii imn his nttn' ii l c nbout i!i v .i-t iiMii i -a pm t. li ! n littii' in tlie t. (in ii i l'nl plii'iiurii ua ol iintui' ba yon.! i! c ilosi i ipiluii or tlicir oi.tv rd appcni stiici'R hiuiply boinii-' It ih-vi-i v.as tin' iil'.icet of tlio sacrod writors to n l I to muo't. I 'iowIciIko of the laws of tho visl hlo iinh oi'so. "Ou i lit othor hand and in pnrsuance of its (n n diKtrhinl purposo, it froquent ly spcal.s of tho bcglnulng aud thc ond oj tho world. Its toaehlngs conceruing those two gront (iuostions, the solutlon of whlch lios boyond tho rnnge of renson nnd oxporlenco, may be briefly stated as follows: "There wdb n timo whcn nothlng of all thnt we see exlsted. The unlvcrse waa not yct; but God was, nnd his InGnlte powor nccoiuits for lts productlon. This is tho plnln toaclilng of the opcnlng words of the first book of the Old Testament. "Bosidos inculcnting ropoatedly the snmo dootriiio (soe, for instauce, Acts xrii. 21: Kpheslnns iii, 0) tlio Nsw Testa ment statos oxplicltly that tho nct of crcntion oxttndod to 'nll thlngs in heaven nnd on oarth, visible nnd invislble, wheth er throncs or dominlons or principalltlea or powors' so tliat the spirit world must nlso bo inohided among the creaturcs of tho Almighty. "It is likowiso from the New Testament nlono thnt wo loaru something conceruing the end of tho world. 'Ileaven and carth,' that is the vlsible universe as wo know it, 'shall pnss.' It shall como to end through a conflict of tho varlous pow- ers of nature which will entail a unlversal conilagration. " 'Tho hoavons nnd earth whlch are now are reserved unto fire ngalnst tho day of judgment in which the heavens shall pass away with grcat violonce nnd the elements shall bo niclted with heat, and the earth nnd the works which are in it shall be burned up.' "Such a tromendous calamity, howcver, will not result in the total nnd eternal de struction of tho world, but rather In. a re newcd aud improvod comlitlon of all thiDgs. 'But wo look for new heavens and a uew earth, according to his (Christ's) promises, in which justice dwelleth.'" I'levi'iilcd a Tragedy. Tlmolv tu' 'in IjOIIg, oi tti'-r " r Inr. A (riulr I n HWKk" I VHT t I'.'l n ' J nii il Wii'.' Ul ' t H rL!'''l . ()!" I M .i ,' h'h '' 11. I.f 1-t. iii C Hh'e ort!. i'l wiri M I i 8 i ' IT l.l i' ililH On! Trirtl but '. Qr-urRe ml o . pr her I ir ny v RieW r irr I 'or; " tll '!' mo InCk vt l-i p I, i' , ti. s' and Sl ( 0 G ar :j'h drag PIANOS AT SEA. 'he foiters of Auatvhy. Williaiu J. Lnmpton in N. Y. Sun. You May Need For Cuts Burno Brulsos Crnmps Dlnrrhcon All Bowol Complnints U t a enrf, ro and qulck remtnly, Thercs ONLY ONE Pciin-KiUeY Porry Dnvlo'. A ?wo slzes, 23c aiul SOc. TltOTiiinnila ot Thom Allont In Ono I'nrt of tlio 'Worlil nnil Anothor. "Tako them the world nrounil," said a piano ninuufncturer, "and 1 guess you find in uso thousauds of plnnos afloat. You will liud them on ocean stcnmers in the pnsseugcr trade everywhero and on steamboats in inland waters. You will find them on merchant saillng vesseU, shipa and barks, and in tho spacioua cab Ins of the big modern schooners. "If, for instauce, you hnppcned to find lylng In South street a shlp whose master carried his wife with him on his voynges, you would find in the cabin, very likely, a piano. Ilcre, with the vessel tled up and In still water, you might see Btanding on the piauo a vase of llowers. You would scarccly see tho flowers thcre whcn tho vessel was rolling in a scaway, but you might, if you wcro aboard, hcar th piano plnyed under tho oquator or off Capo Iloni, nnd the vase of llowers wocld ronppear whon tho vessel wns ouce u. .e lrlnK securely in port. "Aud then thore nre 1"H of plnn those dnys un yaobis. li.it h toIll an I the greator tnimlior, nntn i!!y, cn s yachts. "Tlio plnnos ran ii d nt 'a nro on ly upriebts, and most .iir.u iily uprighls. spnco ln'ing tnkm iniu firntion ou alnnt n n u-sel. li- large. Plntios for yadit- are ofton l uilt to onler. to flt into boiiii- j. or spa o tn tho M'ssol's ciibiii. "The Hfo of n piano in noil nt eomparatlvoly s-li.i't; it i to proierve its or g aal ipi Cve yoars', ovon iIioul'i piano to Ntnrt itli. piatlQ lS Btlbjl l li d to could posBibly bo iiti' sublected c(iii-i: ntl I u ii i i y i l W ls d Ut ' 1 1' '.V I In 1; IU 11 i r darnpness and to i temponitme. "I'iivioi 11111 y Iio of tl.o i""ii!.i i der for soa uso ,i their oonst!- . tliat 0 . tlu i H . ; pl.t 'I i ii i t itb tho nt" o i 1 1 Um 1 ' BCi ' tOl 'I''. ' t'llu i I ' 1 tho l ' thcso iV". y i ble tu ii. I i , ll.VIM 1 , . .ust ii. 'ion Ucys aro 11a Vork Suu.