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THE BtTRLNQTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 188!i.
TlIIMII.riKMIIST CIIUIKII. Iter. Morrill UulbiinlN rnrouoll Set luuii it liu iltirlinuion cluimo. All Ik- available teats at the Mctlndist chitrth were filled last iibjM, many besides the lobular altinhinls dcsitltig to bear Iter. Merrill llulburil'sintlli'jjf imon. It proved to bo a telling fullt of, lu bis wotd, "The Lhhls mill Shadows rt Ibo Jklliodist i:pls copal Hint racy." S orting with tl.o propnsl. Hon Hut tliu llliieinnt syftL-in has In Its 103 jc.iis t.vtstci.cu tulliclfiitly justified llself in that the- Methodists nre now Ihe most numiroiis bodvof Llirlstlm.s in America, IW cave ft state. mint of I lie machinery of the ihurchi the clcclito ilHeuc, having supirvlslon not over n cHtnin diocese bill in succession over nil Mtthoilisl pulls j Ihe ipi.ttltcunial appointing cunieieiiCj cthiipti.ing llio whole Liiuien without limit of national lines t and tlie pre sb.i.i ildeis whiipitc to the itidtildual chuiihes Ihe care which the few blshopscau Lil irivr. Mr. Ilulburd ilccl ired tint the Methodist Is the only settled, permanent ministry In the piunlryt though Hie luiiiiskrs are th iiued tilenulallv Ihe ministry Is nciptlu- al. the i-ttttoiatc imiiitimipti-tl. Kvery Sun- uiy in u.e year me ci.uicnes 01 me i.u.ti, Willi an iii-,initic.int number of exception, are lilled ly tigiilur ami ripinsible pastoip. If the UMial i astor is una bis place is tilled by ti puathir ns responsible. As an Instance nt the tiguhir woiMng of Ihe system Mr. Ilulburd staled that while giving in Lowell, Miws., I e tumid a ihitngo of climate ttcces. siry f r his health, llewassent to Mimic, sola, mid w itb the loss of but one Sunday the tliurel.es in Mnnachiisolts and .Minnesota, MOJ ii. lies airiit, cMliingcd liieir tit lied pi-tois. '1 lie strongest church in Ver mom, in membership, Is th.' Cotuiegalional, jilt i-tliy ine.hairthe t'onregaltors of the Mate inn wllhiut sillied p..st',ls, bilng scrvul by "sliilul Mtppltii," iuslead of ti'iulir i allots, putly, peihaps, bicatfe the hu.iltt-i ot tlie Iiiniracy are lints to be sittucl. 'Ibe S eaker ihthiiid that tlieie was tlangi r in ItreiponsiMu pastorates ol ilivcigi'ticus of tl.ielimeand a general loosen, inn ot the bonds betwicn pulpit and piople. Ihit uny not leapptilnt ecu pluble pastors? llcciiiisc In hnisl.uive milters tl.o law of nvcing.'s must be followed, not the needs of exct piloted etses. Tbrieyinrs is found to be Ihe avi rage hmll of a ministu's fieshmss and sp.eail iowir of good. There aie many iualit:is lulled Jor in the puttoin'c which nie combined in no one man Tlie evangel ist has ids uotk and power, tie pastor his, Ihopmtthci h.s. The prei nt fpcaki r is not a p.iS'or- few men can be nt tl.e.i best on all points, lit nil points nied cie lo.m the clitllch. The piesideut and council coit'Iikr the wants of e nil chinch as repnsinted lo litem by Hie plcsiilitig ciders, and lu their (lisliibuiion ot clmrgis cmteivor to supply the placj wi ere Ihe preceding pastor mis weak, lather tbiu tctatd ihat inwh.chhc was stiong "lb- wear and tear of the i h.eracj" is the wail that comes bark lo in as n minister J alus an ul.ir denomination. In tepiy to Ibis Hie sp akir ipioti'd Hie New Yoik Trillin?' ttatcmiut lh.it In eicry chuieli lul one, ihe Melhodist, time is a de nth of ministirs ; in that thiie isa plitliora. If the iliucraey issowcating wb dots tlie pri aching luh nl want to crowd into Hut chinch ) Tiue llicie are some things painful lu teaiing one's toots from a community in which one has tctllid, but the spiakei thought Ihcrcwas a c nsirvntion of self reipect and iiidipcmltlkc in being put Immuli iltly lu a new ptilp.i by a thiid patly tilthoitl luting tanvasse I tor a plan.', lie was thus no nun's man but b long d to the churili and to linn he tirveil. The Itinerary, then, hai Its dia.vbatks, but it li is a pn aehv'r for cveiy place and a place for cviry pieacher, llu need, of tach place being onsullcd. Jlvtiy faithful woik. irean llud a place sjinewlere and when his powers of service are gon w ill l,u sustained until de.iili. .Mr. Ilulburd ilo-cd with ex pressions of icgtit nt closing b.s pleasant pastorate, but wnsglad lo be able to say that the same laith and docttlaes would couliutie to be pleached lieie 113 In the past. Tin Tumble In ISlillcr. I front ilia Argus an 1 1'atil a. In Ihe memory of theol les'. an 1 tlu most cxptiiencul bulttr buyets and deal .-rs of New Kugland, lliiie Ins never been n Spring when the nurkct was so ulterly ilenurtlized, so much old butlir, and lo few buyers. All are sellcts, riibcr linn buyci. Ilundrol, of tlnu-ands of doll ua' worth of b utir tint lu I been ludd by dealeis an I far.n ri, with the hope of foicing Ihe price to a higher figure, was thrown on Ihe mark' t Hi a ilrst ot Feb ruary, lo bo disposed of befoio April 1, when six mo'ilhs was tioiu to short a time to use all t .its stock at a Iv.mtigcous lates. Tld of couise madj a break in the market, mil ol I butler has got down lo a luinously low mure. Not being wilhngto sell for 10 lo 12 cents pir pound what co6t ineni an ineraee ni aj c 'tils ilea'.ers held until now. and ii is a tale thing lo obtaiu 10 rents a pound for old s'ock. To con. vev tin idea of the niiintiiv of old but ter In stock, the ninouiils which 0 few of the most pioniinint denlets ate now hoi ling nre Bi7ent I.. C. llullol St. AlbaiH, has awo packages ; S K Dexlir of Lowell, .Man.. 1200 lul s Austin, Hit lard-on it Co., cf ij-iwrenee. .uis-i., tjju ; .i, v. li. .ileakcr. Moln, N. Y 0UU0 sevenlv 1 ound lubs : J. C. l'ny it Co., lloaion, I!j00 S. ('. C'rap'ir of Ni r era New York, U'.O'JO seventy. pouuu tiro, 01 rsoiitieru ciMiinery butler, on xsliich tepi it has it be will I ife some 00,- 000. Many minis have rum to.) lo 3000 paekagis. Nearly all of il.l, butler U In tubs boldli g froiuriOlo 70 Kiund?,atan aver- age cose tii esj cents pi r pounii. 1 be purlin maklm: the-c lieavv h sits are o'el. will is- tablisheil Mid unancially srlul d u'eis. unci time cm be no fiat of uny linancial ciiihnr. ras'im tit 1 f any of them. It ll estimate I that llo.-tou dalers, ntt i puties sliiipiug to iiosion, win lose troni 'jou,uuo to t700,ooo, Monlpelitr dealeis su-tnin toinparntively 115111 ins-es. iitrro oucrs i)o auoui ij-'uyu, and tiiose in Wntctbury a similar amount the dialers at Hiclmioad, having bought largely on ciders, iBcupu with a trtluii os. Thocaiueof ihit bttak 111 the maiket lias been stated tube the boidiug for higher prices by bo'.li d alert aud fanners. The tiuson why tlie pilce did not go up was dualo Hie decruiie In tl.o deman t for export, nnd also the demand from Hie far West being In a ineaute cut oil, because those who created n market there last year made enough fur home consumption, und In some cases tmprtti a suiplusto the Uist, The weekly shipments supplicl the market, and there was no call fonhevirv bireo iiuau- lltiis of butter held in cold storage und lu the cellars ot the farmers. When warm weather drew near it leeatno pecesstry tint tbesj holdinat be disposed of before new mnibi stock Hooded the maiket, and it xvus foiccd out lit sclf-d-fence. It is estimated that there are 11 iw r.OOO tubs of old butler held bv Hie fanners of Northern Vermont Ibat might have bici sold l.i-t season for fro.it 110 to ill cents per pound, but which now is slow to sell in llostou at 10 rents per pound, while every week of warm weather lesseus its value. siifiiv ol Sirln:;. Arcotdlng lo J'ucL it 1, Sptlng when the pneumonia lilow cth whither It li'ltlh. When ll.c ordinary non-cxcitablo usparagui loses Us head. When the days grow longi r and the tailoi's patlenco sboitcr. Wiien the ben scciiks Into the gaidtn and rakes up Ihe rare cxolits, while she never deigns to dally Willi the ten rent plants Hint hate jnst been set out. VI en the boarding bouse keeper be gins In neat her (lot It lo Spilug Icltuco that looks like a compioml3o between a German Cabtiai'O and an Irish Cliristnins tiei When the Italio'i packs away ids chestnut 11 aster and puts . set of saints on bis brad and trav els ttround and swaps Hum oft for Ihe clothes that the lnrnier will neid very much next Wlnlcr. When the bllthcsouio small boy feels the invhroritllw: snltlt ot Hoiln.r. nnd skips Herri's Hie irry meadiw to pluck' the iiibl imui-i.-iijii ion on-pi 111 lllllirilliuil Keep: coins In until his rars stop him. WIumi 1I.1 gatbage collector litis the airy ah can idirli lit nlr mid the fiogiant zephyr, fraught with the light fragrance of tlie lloboken prim rose, po Willi 3 Hie passing lidy'a sealskin sacque. Making fan of a charlatan is the common, est hind of ihiun pooh. llutton Tranicrlpl, NOT HUM, ItTJTNITHO-!I.YCi:llINn. Till-Sail i;iiirlrnco nm JI11I110 Slierlll Who u cut lo, nuke a Seknro mid Dlilii'lUo II. I.lquor Is not the only article which Hie legislators of Maine have resolved to keep outside the bonndary lines o Ihe Stale. They have a moitsl dread ot Augusta ot dynamite plots nnil other Nihilistic methods of proce dure, w liich has lul them lo prohibit the sale or ku nine of all such dangerous explosives as mtro-glyceilnc nnd cun ration. Titers is a certain rtuarry which ueeii 1,01 ue iieiiniieiv located, nliero lliey have always seen fit lo use nitro gljccrlnc cartridges for blasting purposes. Since the prohibitory hws have been In oncralion the cxnloslvts havfe been brought to the company securely packed In uoxes inariccd canines." 1 ms uiiiu tuoier fiigo wnikcd 60 successfully that s)ino of Ihe cinolovcfl ot Ihe fiunrry ndonled Hies line inc- thoil of suumgling jiquor over Hie lines. Tills happy expedient wnikcd very! well foi a time, and then somebody let the cnl out of 1110 bag, anil Hie story came 10 1110 cats 01 ciriiiln net IT. The story rune, but un- lotluna'ely lor I1I111 the details were not ox- net Iv correct, lie was inrorincii upon relia ble nulhotlty that Hie quarrying crmpany was eneaged In smuggling himor into Ibe Slnlu in candlo boxes. He resolved forthwith to nut a stop lo It. In pursuance of this n solution, lie walked into Hie com pnny'sotlice one morning and laid Ids hand neauiy upon u iresuiy nrriveii canine oox before the surprised clerk had lime to iret it out of sie,ht. 1 sel7o tins property." said Hie shcrm. "1 know what's iu ll; and I ptopose to opon it." ior heaven s sake, what are von trolner to 110 wan mat Hummer and chisel I exciainr edlbc frighlcned clerk, getting down fion: ids slool in an unceicmonious mnuuer. t hv. onca Ibis box to bo sure.' sa d the snetiu. Do you know what's In t? There's mlroelyccriucin that box!" 11 won't wasii, sanl the slieria, with a ly crin. "I know all about t. I've cot id the point?." Well don't hit Ibe box lilt I've not out of the building ! " exclaimed the rlcrti, lumiiu I'ale. u, come now, ' saiil llic sheritr, "it a no use; the htllc gau.e wont woik. 1011 might as well .piiet down and keep cool. I'll lake llic box out on the ledge, If you say so. It don't make any odds to me. Hut I'm not going to be frightened out of my duty, you knu," The sheriff went out on the luL-e and the clerk disappeared around the coiner. Tlie sheriff coolly went to xvork with hammer and chisel and knocked llic cover olf Ihe box mid otherwise disarranged the packing, l'leseully out rolled several Utile bluocait ridgis. The thcrill dropped his tools, lie was sicn lo rise and make a wild dash for Ins horse, ami Ihe next minute be was gal loping down the roa 1 ns last us Ihe nnlmal Could enrrv hint. He forirot nil about I ho seizure he Intended to make, and the quor tying romp my ate said to be obtaining their explosives still In ibe same simple way. 111: i:i:.not 1 1. or i'itoi i'i:ri:u t 01,1.11:11, Some Ultcrcnt Oiiluloim. If the C'ommis'ioner were a smaller man, lids last performance would be set down ns work of petty spite. As It Is It will he counted a sorry exhibition of Civil Sinice llcform. If the Agricultural Depatlment is Ver to accomnlish nnvtbin'T for nprlpiiltiiriv it will be through men of original scieniilic natity and thorough seientllic training and liabits. The country can better allord to lose the fluent oratory of Dr. Lorinir than the efficient labors of such a man as Dr. Collier. A'. )'. Tribune. There is a sm ill breeze over the displace ment of Peter Collier, chemist ot the Agri cultural Department, and the appointment of tof. ltlley to the place. From what can be learned it is n case of refractory conduct 011 the part of the chemist. It is uneleutood that for eighteen months lie has chosen so far to emphasize bis difference with Ihe commissioner as to tefuse lo speak to him, unit it became Intolerable. The original point ol ilipirturc wassorghum. Mr. Collier had the La Due theory about it, and be somehow i;ot Ihe Academy of Science rn his side. Perhaps, at Its lutctine: here. It will dn take UP the matter. It is known 11, nt Commissioner Loring is well sustained. A". 1 tints. nii: i,ti: suLiH'bi's aiii'ii:i.di:. xC'iig;rriiiiiii ttnil Professional uuiiibler A cneckerrd rnrccr. I'l-oni Hie New Yolk sua.) Ten years ago Seleucus Garfleldc left Con. ress ond became a professlotnl nimbler: last night ho died in n little room over a gar shop. The story of Gulleld's life is that of 11 man who surrendetcd absolutely to the temptations of Washington. He was born slxly-oac years n;o in Vermont, went to Kentucky w hen heas a boy, w as gradu ated from Augusta college In that Slate, and began his active life as a hwycr. Who 1 he was thirty vears old be was a nirmhrr of tbi. Kentucky leglsl iture, nnd a year later he was conunl-sioned lo codify the laws of the reuie. in itiiu no was receiver ot rub c monejs for Washington Territory, and in 1809, alter STving three years a, surveyor, ecneial Lu came to Conixrcst as dcleirate. lie w as here four tears and when his Congress ional careir was mcr be was n moral wuck. He hail Yak ids ambition and wns as di.-s ilnm n eamoler ns lived in llili District of Coluin. Ina. Cards lias como to be the passion of his IIH'. It Is Olid tint lie left Kentucky and wan lered oil into Washington Territory, becauso lie saw ins doom if be remained nm mi? tin- genial poker players of Ids adopted Slate. iuuhi 11-uiiisi wnii n(. icirea WOUld become his rulinir passion, w in tlu i.. tent of giving up what promUed to be an exco ptionally bright future, but hi, sur. rouniiings 111 nasniugion llnall oveicainehlm completely. Ills felloiv congressmen ruined t.im unci nc liven ior me rest of bis dins on Hie vices of public men. No life In Wu'h. Ington was lowir than bis. The men ami women xvho were bis compinions were of the very lowest stratum. For years the man who had once promised to be one of the cleverest public men of Kentucky had not 11 single liiliniate assoclite who did not belong to Iho dingeroin element of society. He was always, bowcvir, a leader utnong tbo people Willi whom lie lived. His companions trcaicd bint with respectful ilefeience, because, as one 01 tiicin nui 11, 110 nail llio "call on the uoys in learning," and lie bad been actual r u member of Congress. Moreover, bo was situ u lawyer, and no was looked to for advice In the troubles with the police. . uunieiii men none, except mat llio woman whom lie married u year and a half ago staid with him till ibe end. He had no fi lends anil be left behind him only the record of a mm wnoin vieu nail dragged from a good puwic position down to bo a gitnblcr aud an outlaw . llfglntny llubbcry. tProia Iho I'latUburijli Repuljllean. On Wednesday of last week, I.ymau Cora slock, a well known citizen of Ileckmmtown drovo to Plattsburgh on business, and on bh return, wbllo passing through Palm sttecl man osktd bint for a ride, .Mr. Comstock allow id lihn to net into llio wagon and lliev went on uo iui it nine, wncu me man sun to .Mr, Couislotk. "You didn't get Hm right change at Young's," evidently lo induct) iiun to lake out ids moncv. Hut .Mr. Comstock futd ntsciiingc was all right, and thryiliovc uu a uiuu itirtiicr, wnen uie vu aiii sutiiirmy ci.t.u 1110 inn3, nmi demanded his mo icy, Aflir a shoit setiille hesucricdeci lu thrust' tug bis hand into Comsiock's pocket ftotn iviucn lie iook ins noeke book, conla lilni somo &S8. and ttitiined from the wngon and cscapcu. SliocUliiu Accident. Ilarley Iloycc, oged 19, 6,)n of Nolhan lluce of I'ltyslou, wldlo oiling lbs maiu sliaft in FruukUiccn'smllllu Waitsiield, was caught by his shittslecvo nnd inslnntlv killed. Nearly every bono In bis body was broken nnd all ins clothing stripped oil. Sylvia begins her maiden poetic effort, "Oh, where can I find rest?" Did you ever try ft feather bed, sylller-- nmirliury Amer ican. An lnlilont of llio War. Ksssx, Vl Apill 10, 18S3. To Hie t:a.tor of tlie Tree Tress and Times! I beard to day from an ld vetcrau cav alryman criticisms on the article In our last Saturday's Issue on "Another brave man gone." Ho said the ortlcla was ovcrdrawu, or a mistake made by Hie witter. Uut I can assure him there Is not a particle cf exagger ation about it. t had detailed Warner for the magazine for this very reason of bis coolness. He sloo 1 lu what Is called the magazine passage. Wo bad no regular constructed magazine in those vessels, called the tin clad3. They xvcro built for the scrvlco of opciallug against rebel guerrillas lo keep litem from crossing llio Tcnnc3seo ns they drew about two feet water only and could be lightened to ten inches. Hvciylhlng was above water, powder and fixed ammunition xvns stored amidships, nnd shot nnd shulls In each wing, closedown lo keelson llio rebels firing nt us from Wliltworth six pounders. All Hood's batteries and the whole army wctc between us nut! Decatur, at the fool ol Hie bend, four miles distant, and not a shot, shell or stone passed through Hie magazine, only ti few bursllug on board, ns wo were going past them ot the rate of 15 miles nu hour, but our upper wotks wcie riddled w illi musketry. 1 hey could not get our runic. Now Iliad 11 little c.xpeilenco duttngthat unpleasantness, cntctltig tlie service cntly in lbOl, was 111 nearly every cngagcnicut on the upper river, from Doutlsou to close of llic XMir, and pnsstng those batteries was the hottest place I was In during the four years. '1 bo writer of that article, C. M. Ilootb of Usscx, was entitled to much credit for bis coolness ond hrnvery, both before and after the action. Wo were patrolling the liver to watch Hood's urmy and learn, If possible, where be was going to cross the liver, llooth aud Warner both volunlecretl to act as scouts and ctnwl through biu'h near enough to the cnemy'sliues towatclt bis movements, llooth went night afler night, always tboosing the darkest, and returned to gunboat at da light when wc xvould start oil a metsenger with Ihe information to Gen. Thomas's headquarter-1. In this way 11 10th brought the llrst news that Hood .with bis whole nruiy wns moving down river. One of General Thomas's officers can hit Hie inform ition to hindtpurlcis of post at Htiulsvitle aud telegraphed the Information, bringing back the lb inks of the commanding genet al to the gunboat for our vigilance in p drolling the river nnd for valuable inform ation given, with orders for us to proced atoncetotbc assistance of Geueral Granger in coniurind of llic post of Dicitur, where we had a large quantity of stores. To do this we bad to lighteu over shoals, heaving our coal out on the built und wooding up from fences. Tins detained us so Hi it It was 4 p. 111. when we arrived nt the bead of the bend in riter, four miles above Dicatur, when we spoke 1111 armed Iranspirt wlio re potted in these wouls : "Captain, you can not go to Hie assistance of Uenerul Granger, for Hooel's whole army and batteries are posted ill Hie bend." Said I, in reply, "lhetolsno belter place lo sell these two guuboats than right lure. 1 um ordered to go to Geniral Gruugei's assistance an 1 1 am going. You follow me." She was closi lo our heels and close to the rebs., but we were going so fast they could not keep our range, but just a littlo dilly dallying, a half hour of hesitation anil Hood would have gobbled Gcueia! Granger. When I leported to blui utter silencing the rebel batteiles neatest tbo Union lines, be said to met "Captain, if yi.u had been sent from heaven you couldn't have come In a more opportune moment, for the enemy has laken all my outer works." Geueral Hood says in bis report t "f.ate in tlie afternoon the enemy having received reinfoiccnients of his gunboats, 1 considered it would cost to,) dear to force a crossing here." llefoie datk Hie rebs. were out of sight. and that night sunk four of the same class of unboats ns ours, which tlndertojk to light lylug nt anchor. Without llooth's iuforma. Hon we should not h ivo known in time to luvc tendered Giucral Grander the needed assistance. llecotils leport little about the action or Hie reus in, as ltcar'Ailmiral S. P. I.ce, J. S. Navy, wrote inc Ibis winter, becauso bis llagship was destroyed by lire befote they were sent to Washington; sj Ibe critics can sec lint even a llu clad and sonic llsscx boys elid some service, .if they didn't belong to the cavalry. 1 niusi give jou ono utile incident wlittb happened after tbo action that night. Hcoel had gone and all was quiet. Wc wete just turning in for the llrst goo I night's snooze for tlireu wieks, when off came one of General Granget's aid?, who stid the rebs wcie reported getting a pontoon ncrosi the river four miles above: and wo up tielur. steamed up lo the plate, found all quiet nnd a pretty dark night. I anchored by north shot e nnd nil hand, laid by their guns. About 1 o'clock a. 111., rip, rip, rip, iniiic, came volley tiller volley ot iiittskelo-, from what we called our Bide of the river. e let eo our broadside into the bush, and sm h a lacket when the report died away. t e c junt near cavalry gaing down inc hard road on the bank. Abmt two hours after Gcnetal Gtnnger's chief of still cintcupto us and cleared tip the mj stcry. A regiment of jirccn troops hul come in on Hie curs after dink and were ordeted up to my assistance. Not knowing uny tiling about gunboats they took 11 shot ut the black thing lying aside inc uusuts on uie river and waKtd up sucn a uett of hornets the Colonel 6nid lliev didn't stop galloping until they reached head qiurttts and reported a pontoon across the liver. I hive ulwavs thought that I would like to lute seen the officers In command of that ctvalry, so cur good brave Ks?ex boys' crltlcizers could sec that cavalry sometimes maiiu Plunders, vt lieu I sec a veteran loinlng in with these stay-at-home glow It rs It simply nukes me nnd and I stay mad until 1 say something. I wonder bow 111 my stay-ut-bomes would have volunteered to bavelaken Hut little trip with us that after ion, I should have stid that trood tld Warner. G.-.d bless lit 111. did not act a, scout, lie biing: in charge ot magaziue 1 could not spare mm. ifcspccituiiy yours, G. Morton. Irlre at Suiintou. Tho fine residence of Colorcl Jewett, superinilcndent of the St. Johnsbury nnd Lake Clnmplalti railroad, at Swau. Ion was wholly destroyed by lire Thursday night. Much of thu furniture was saved. Iho origin of the lire is unknown. Mr. Jewett and wife have not occupied Ihe house ior nearly two years and arc al St. Johnsbury. 11. D. Harms resided in part of tiioniuse. 1 us propel ly is supposed 10 bo insuicu. TI10 llrooklin llrldxe. Tho gteat llrooklyn bridge will be formal ly turned over to the mayors of New Yoik und llrooklyn by Willi un C. Kingsley, the picsldentof the bridge company, and the originator aud chief promoter of llio scheme, on Ibci Sllli of .May, Piesldent Arthur nnd Cabinet, Governor Cleveland, with governors of other States and Unttod States Ssnators. Congressmen, the State assembly and other notables Innumerable are to be present, and nr. Dions, ns 1110 longest seined minister lu llrooklyn, will inaUo a hueer-h lu behalf of that city, and William M, llvarts will speak for New link. Later in Ihe day thctowlll be a procession across lite bildge, ueeoinpani. en oy several tuousantl lesldents 01 iholwi cities, lo whom invitations have been issuetl andaslbiy mirth, (he gunhotis stnlinuod m 1110 uatuor win siiulu llic President 1 while ull Iho I ells of nil U10 churches will 'chime. The bridge will bo thrown open lo uiu genii-Hi puiiiio on 1110 next nay, inougit Ihe cars will probably not ho put on till ibe last of the month. Tbo btidge, which has bent 1(1 years In building, and has cost J15, 000,000, is 100.1 ftet long between the lowers 11500 feet between thu nnrborago nnd DOBS net from ono end 10 thu oilier. The two towers aro each 274 fiet hlsh, which h aves a clearance of 1115 fict under tbo bihlgo it the rctitir, ami the width of thostiuctiiro Is 83 feet i tbo outslelcs ftro used for 0 irrlago ways, In Ibo center oro two tracks for sttaiti cars, ovir which Is the walk for foot nassen. gers, who w ill not be rcttulrcd to pay any ion CinNI'.llAI, SU.HJIAItV. Nchs mid Note Iroitl nil Uunrtor. Mr. Ilarnuni has roached Iho acme ot bis nrt of advcrllsingin bis offer ot 3000 for per mission to send .lumbo ocroSJ the llrooklyn bildgc. It Is estimated that 210.000 cvtlle will bo lrlvcn out of Texas this xear against 350.000 last year. Tbo aldnments bv rail will nrob. ably not exceed 50,000 head. Large herd, of horses are being sent lo market. A deputation lias presented tho crown prince of Germany and his wife a largo sum ot money which was raised for llicin at tbo time of lltelr silver wedding. Tho crown prince intends to npply the money for further- ng tneweiiarc 01 llio people. I resilient Goinalcs has issued a decree declaring that the now Mexican postal code will go into operation on January I, 1831. It embodies Ihe best features of tho American nnd Lnglislt systems, reduces inland postage, and entirely reforms tl.o postal system. An embroidery company lias been organ ized at Salamanca. N. Y.. with !a capital of $00,000. It w 111 be thu only ono of the kind in Hie United States. Tito machinery for the faclory has aire lily been ordered In Swltzer. land. Tho Cominisslouci' of Internal ltcvcntio reports Hut fimn July, 1870, lo March, 1833, CU71 Illicit stills wero seized. Light thou, snnd six hundred and twenty pcrsjns were arrested, 3'J officers nnd niiplnycs of llic icvcnuo set vice were killed, andOtl wounded. lldwnrd Hnnlan. Iho oarsman, has cone to New York to sign Iho ngrcenicnt fur bis race wllh Hoss at Ogdenshurg in July, after which ho will goto Lowell, Mass., to train for his raro wilh Kennedy at the Point of 1'iucs on uccorauon uay. A fire at Attrclia, la., destroyed Iwcntv- flvc business buildings between two and four o'clock Saturday morning. The loss Is esti mated at between 490.000 and SIOO.OOO. Almost llic entire business pottion ot the lown is gone. llio Insurance Is auoul 30,000. A tcport Ins been receive 1 In Paris from Cairo tint III M dub, tho False Prophet, has ctpiiireet 1110 town 01 Khartum, in llio Soudan. t DjMin. owlnrr lo llic rirelnt of private iniormaiton 01 c nitcniptated mistieius ny lawless persons, policemen, armed with words nnd revolvers, have been pi iced In Iho Central Postal Telegraph, llio Lxclso nnd the Customs olllces; nnd every ptcpaialion has been made to repel any demonstration jainst inosc puddings. Owing to Hie failure of Congress to make the mil il appropriation for that purpose, af ter July 1st all poisons desiring to have cur rency redeemed and to obtain new notes will tic compelled lo paytlitlr own tians- poitatiott charges. The treasury expects that the result will be the same as it hitherto lias been a dirty currency. The National Capitol at Washington cost 12,000,000. Tlie Stale Car ilol nt Albany, N.Y., has nlready ceM Iho State 1 1,000,000 and will tequito half a? much more lo com plete It. The cattlo of the Pampas are computed nt 20 000,000. They at 0 the descendants of a bull und eight cows which wero brought there by two Portuguese brothers In 1553. It Uonly near lliicno, Avres that they have been crossed with finer stock. The old herds ore ill shaped and ugly. n address to the Irish race at home and abroad was is-ued Salurdiy by the Mansion House I'arneu iritiutc committee and signed by the lord m lyor of Dublin. It enumer ates Parnell's achievements and concludes: We ask our countrymen over the globe. tuercfotc, to give Mr. Parnell tho pledge that the praise and blessings beiped upon his lnmcarenoeuipty homage, and in tender ing hltn the sympathies alKladuiitatiouofour race, lo ciiecr him for lliose further achieve ments which w ill complete the fabric of our National freedom." The Secretary of the Intctior has written letter to the president of liio Union Pacific railroad demanding Ilia ptymcnt of it, 030, 000. The secretary talis tbo attention of the company to llio act providing Hi it no dividend shall ho declared while' lliocompauy is iti uetauit, James Park. Jr.. ono of llio oldest iron nnd steel luanil acturrrs in Pittsburg. Pa.. died Saturdiy of apoplexy, lie was presi dent 01 mo .Mtiion 11 lartu convention last Summer. The thin! assistant postmasicr general cavs iue iicuiu on ueeouui 01 inc induction 01 let lerpisttgcto two cents will not execjd 43,000,000 Next year there may bo a ton. sidcrablc deficit in coiiscoucnco of the read. jitstmint of postmasters' salaries. Ono of the largest s ties of Mexican lauds ever m idu has Juit boon cllictcd by A. Ii. Lanuirniftti 10 a boailon syndicate. Tbo rs. late sold is known ns "the llustaincnta Iract," and comprises a million acres iu Zaca tccas. The price was 2,600.000. The Iowa Diluociatic Slate convention ill meet at Dcsmomcs June u. J. D. Clark of Claikit Ftauks of Stew-aits- ville. Kv.. has been shot and killed bv his pattnir Franks whom ho accused of ttiol- tng. The convention ol the Marvlnud StaU tempetiince alliance is in sessio.i at mill more, wilh 400 tlelegutcs. W. 1J. Sla'cv shot hlmsi-lf dead nt the rest. ience of a otlng woman in Knoxvllle. lean., wlio rcluseii to marry hint. It xvas the third attempt nt suicide fi r tho same cause. An Amerieus. G t.. desiwlcli sivs 1 Twcn- ty.five people were kilhd and 270 wounded in tuts county by the torn i,!o. Many houses and mills with funiculi weic desltoyed, and animals and children blown hundreds of jards. the ciops will ha u total los. The estimated damage to thl.i county is 100,000. Samuel J. llandall is t Idling Marvlaud In connection wuii the pe tkeishlp ranvass. It Is believed he will have the sihd guppjrt of the ilelegillon from Hi it State. Coininksioncr It run does not think eon- Burners will be beueStid by the reduction 111 uie tax 011 lonttco. me increased wages given to cigar makers in consequence of Hie recent strikes will ilri-t be paid for bv the manufacturers out of any benefit arising from uie lax; nesuics 111c price 01 raw nialciUIs uas tateiy mcieaseu. The sthoMicr Olivia was despatched from St. Thomas on the 11th Inst, for Saba, oslcn- siuiy wiiu a smalt rargo ot ptovlons, but It Is ritmuied that she really carried munitions of war. Saba, which is ono of the Dutch West India Islands, was Hie base of onira. Hons of General Cautitbros' expedition against cuczema. 110 now prouauiy meiiuaies an expedition against nil) 11. Capt. J. W. Sliackford of Ihe steamship Illinois has been npnoiuttd commander of jay uouki ti new suani yaclil Allauta. llii'Stll-lladi (;lrl. IlVoiu UieXi'iv York Kiealng Post. The American girl long ago pcrcelvetl Ihat while for domestic purposes mothers wero in. valuable, for social purposes they might be of liltlo use. In uther cotiuliiis it is an uu. common thing turn girl logo into society wuosu uioiiier nas noe uecn turougii 1110 samo career beforu htr. Hut ltd, is nu cvery.day occurrence Willi us. New York Is full of mothers who never would luvo bad it glltnpso of society bad it not been for the enterprise and dash f their children. Socially, such children must bo self.made, Inthesensa that they must pick up their social standards aud luens, pot ut nonie, uoui tlielr parents, but at school, on tho avenue, at Delmonico's aim oincr punno places, inclr hum ble mothers can do no iiioru In a positive so. cial way for tiicin, than bis father can do for Hie sell iiiado man. In making ihelr career lliere relgus an ubsohito equihty among girls like that ninong men under the constitution. An ftuibillous, Industrious, lottg-headed girl may, without any family. have much great er success than a girl wh wo ancestors have lived two wnoio generations in llio samo house, nmi wlio can even tell her grandmolh. ei'a nnlileu name. These facts explain in 1 mtasuiuth-j popularity of the Delmonlco OalH an Institution unknown in other conn tills where tbo relation of 11 irent nnd child Is not lluowu In 11 girl's ticilt. and tho chap. ctunlug is done apparently by contract. They nun me rilli'i; wain ti 1110 Et-ll-mtldc gltl society without a mother. .Murdered, Llkvaict, Ind., April 24. During a nuar. icl lids afternoon Noah llird, nu employe of Iho Cook's paper mills, was struck on Iho head with ft board by Win. Veach ond Kuieu. .ultras AM) THINKS. Aikansis hai doubled her population lu the last leu j cars. There ore many ankees omong Ihe new comers. Germany sllli beheads her criminals for certain cn.iltal offencea. Friendly surgeons do not resuscitate them. An exchange suggests tint the dynamite most liktly to trealo a disturbance at Itidcau Hall, Ottawa, is Hint produced by the Caudle proccis. A horso thief in a western prison com- plains Wittily .that llio rhoplaln Is a Pits. byterian, while ho was brought up Mclh odist. The Delaware house of leprtscntatives lias passed a bill nppiopilatlng 50G0 for Echools for coloicd chlldicn. A faro bank In Atizona has ft trap-door In the floor through which the players can let their watches down Into a pawn-shop under neath, without leaving their scats. A copy ot .Moody nnd Sinkey's volume of hymns lately rcncbctl oneot the Turkish post- offices In Armenia to llio address of an Amer ican missionary. A government agent exam ined It, Ihouglit llio hymn "Held llio Fort" a rovohillotnty song, and would not permit its eieiivery ociorc Iho obnoxious page had been cut out. Over 18,000 hold of buffalo have been killed cast ot tho Yellowstone river, In Mon tana Territory, lids season. Tho Supremo Court of Iowa, with one jutlgo dissenting, lias siis'nlncdils former dc Islon that tho prohibitory amendment Is null and void. Three firms uso the whites ot neatly 3,0C0- 000 eggs every year in albumcnlzlng paper for llio 7000 photographer of tho United States. Cocoanttts aro worth S25 a thousand In Pcnsacola. Florida is rapidly Increasing Its cocoantit product. Of the thousand islands that lie a'l nrouiid Southern Florida, sevir.il have lately bien puichase-d expressly ft r pineapple nu I rucranut culture 1 and bolh of tl,c;c tiopleul fi ults Iburish tiucly there. A scry fashioiiablj an I exciting fox hunt came oil near New York, the other clay. Fences were knocked down, crops were spoiltd by the plunging cavalcade, horses fell and riders were llitown and considerably I11 juiid. At night all hand, Including tho fo.x wnii to thiirieveini bums lo get refreshed ad listed for another d ty's amusement. The llirlin p st. 111 'e, fired by the spirit of accotnmod itlou, tent out a messenger to pay postal orders, hut abolished tlie practice when, at the end of the filth day Ihe messen ger h id been luutdeied una rubbed c f about 000. The scientific men of Kngland dislike to use the undcrstandub'c word teetotaler, and are seeking some grand term which will ecu real its meaning from Hie common herd. Htdinpotatid Airiabibc have Ibtis far been cvolvul, but meet with little favor even wilh the learned fools. Those who ill not enjoy the honor of un acquaintance with the editor of tiio Stockton, California, Herald, may be pleased to learn frotutheStn.Io.se Mercury that ho is "a ctahdicided old trllabite and a biillet-pited cntromasirarin piecilopodtts." This, know!. ciigecin no uuhz.'d as a letter 01 in'rojuc tlou when you are lu Stockton an I wish to call on the editor. The cause of crcmat'nn is making progtcss in Japan. It is saldliml t lie number of bod ies disposed of lu t' ut way la about 0000 ft -ear. The futtr.ee 's u stone and cement structure, with a lull chimney that mihis It look like a faclory. In Hie vestibule arc 11 number or red citlhen ware urns und small snuvcls xeliicli Ihe nl dives cf Ihe deceased purchase to collect the a-hes after burning. The new "Metropolitan" opera house I u New York, w hlcli 1st) be opened October Id wilh Mlsson, Scalebi, und Campanlnl in Iho opera ot "F.uisl," will bo ono of the tiaest iu the woil I' It is to be fire proof, Iron beams being used l-t Ihe place of wood in every part of the building. Il Is to sett 3J00 petsaus, and tho most liberal allowance is madens to sn.ice. Hie dis'auce between the seats being lltreo feet four Inches. The stage is ono 01 111c l.irgis', ol auy theatre iu the world. Who owns tho 10,575,000 bonds ot tic United States now past due, aad on which Interest ceased long ago, and why arc they not foi thcotmng for redemption ? The tre.is. ury answets the qiies'ion wilh Ibo suggestion that they Inve ptubnMv been mislaid or ac cidentally destroyed. About 15,000,000 of 1110110,000,000 of fractional ruircncy used during tl.o war, and s line sili.OOO.OJO ol rcenback notes issued sine 1S0J. have boon lost. A recently issued report show s that the aalput of coal In llio Uniled Kingdom of Great Iliitaln dining tlio tear 18S2 amount- .1 150.499,077 tons, which wa3 an increase of marly two and a half millions of tons over the output ot llio jiar preceding, although mere were iiiuty.ttiree rower mines opciateel. There were 503,937 persons 1 nipl j etl In and ftbouttbc mines, of whom 4KV2 were females. TI ere wire, dining tlie j ear, 870 fatal uccb dents iu the coil mines, by which the deaths 01 tigu persons wcie occasioned. i. recent dechlon of Ihe New Yoik court oljappeids has made a precedent In bigamy and divorce ptocceuings of lieeided interest, A New Yorker whose wife had secured a dl vorcc front him. unid who was forbidden bv Ihe decision to rennrrv ihlrlnir hir life tlinr. lisolieytd lids injunction, and was convicted if bigamy last fall and sentenced to live yeats iu ptlson. llisptia was that the sec ond marriage ronstiiutid only contempt of court and not big imy-a tletensc which did not avail bint iu thu lowir court. The gen era! term, however, took his view of it und teversed Ihe couvlction. Now the court of ppcals in turn counrms the original ecu. 'Ittiou, an I thus rouslrues marriage in de ll meo of tho trims of a divorce to menu bigamy. A Scamper Through America," Is the title of n ne.v boik wiltten by an Huglisl: glaut lu intelleet and just published In Lon don, which desciibesnmong other Interesting things, a visit to the Hoffman House hotel at New York, where they have tho llnisl drinking Mr in the world, "presided over bi lbo notorious Fiskr, wlio got off so easily after a sitoi t Incarri ration for phooting Mr. Seward on the stalicasj of the Fifth Avenue hotel." Notwithstanding tlu statements concern ing the dearth of land yet remaining under government control it is a fact that there aro sllli more lltan ft thousand millions of acres that have never been surveyed. The mono tain legion of the far West U of cotirsu in eluded in Ibis, but there nre hundreds of mil lions 01 acres ot arable land vet open to set. tiers, on which homes can bo secured with n llltlesaeritlco aud industry, in lha Imiinn Territory nlono it is estimated that lucre Is 111010 arable land which must. In Iho natural coutso of Ihlngs, evenlu illy bo opened up to sciucis, man was coueatued in llio original liiilieeu Diaies. m-siues tills IllcrO 13 linsilr- vryul In Minnesota 13,000,000 acres; in Da leola UU,OOJ,000 acres: and n Montana 80. 000,000 acres, not to speak of largo tracts in timer Diaies nnu itlTllutlcs. There Is something rt ally refreshing In tho lehemo which Mezzcroff has In view, for tho establishment of Irish Independence. His Idea is that tho Pb ladenbla convention should appoint a provisional council, and this council should elect a president who would pc, virtually iue ursi piesldent or llio Irish itcpiiiiuc i u carry on ino necessary worK money should bo obtained by taxing every larmer in Ireland, or mortgaging llio wnoio Is anil to llio Un ted btatea government or somo Wall street syndicate, nnd ho is of opinion in that way $100,000,000 could bo raised. SJnco tho commcncmcnt ot the Irish State trials, llio question has .been frequently nak ed, what disposition Is nude In llio approver? iisctms that a "reward," ns such, Is not offered to bribe a man to bclray his compan ion In guilt j but the Inducement of a fieo paruon can bo bold out, anil also "protec tion" can bo pioinlicil-tl.e meaning of which is goners IV Well Understood liif lhn.i uhn nlloidthis "prolcrlion" to others, or who receive It lliemv Ives. It generally Includes ft fruo pis'ago lo some region in this country er It liny be lu Ca nada, stlettcd by the approver (or Informer) lilmclf, und unknown to uny 0110 but the government mil Iho Individual In question, together Willi n sufficient sum of money to enable him lo purchase land, or In como way lo live fur tho future in tolerable cotntortnnii independence. Astor us tbo poplo In Lngland and Inland nre concern. Cd, all they know Is lint Iho uimrnvir cm. appears nnd is never heard of afterwords. A Washington letter to tho Philadelphia Vriks tells Us what Ins becomo of the rdn- braled eliimonds prismted stvcrnl years ago by tho then Khedive of Lgypt to Gencrnl Shinnnii'8 daughter, now Mts. Fitch t "They wero lor years k'-pl locked up in tho Custom House or somo ol her safe place until lliev became a nuisance lo everybody. Mrs. ruth could not wear them because lliey wero moio showy than any lady in tho United Slates could produce, and besides. they Invited tlnctes and robbers Hut above all, Hie Shermans took in pride in Ihein. The hliirman family Is not it diamond faml, iy. They arc by no means poor, but they hate display, and do not caic to masquerade In diamonds. After many years of auxlciy and annoyance, tho family not knowing what to do with them, tbo diamonds were sent to Tiffany. The stones wero taken from their crude Lgyptlan setting and examined. Many of Ihein wire not Ihe gems that they wero laken for, 1 ran tell you. However, Tiffauy fixed lh"in up anil Ihcy wire found lo bo very valutblc worth prohibly 30,000 or more. General Sherman Ins four daugli. ters Miss Lizzie. Mrs Fitch, Mrs. Thackara nnd .Miss ltachcl. The diamonds were divide I byTiffany equally among Iho daugh tersfour si Is of so'.ita'ro ear-rings and four necklets. Nothing so strong ran Lo said about the simplicity of tbo Sherman family as to rcro'tl Ihe fact that nonc-of the Khe dive's diamonds have yet bien worn, and that they arc yet more of a burden than u Pleasure, liolwhhstandiug tlie fnct that lliev tiro more biaiillful Ihau you will see In nl- mosl any drawtng-ioolil. ' i:.crsi: Ol' Till! " I IECII'ICS II uh.m:iis. Ilicy Didn't IS in. iv the Milii ivni PiiiLAPEintiA, April 21. The owners of ll.c stenmer "Tropic" made a statement this afternoon to show Hint the Him bnl no knowleelgc that the vessel carried contraband good'; that Charles ltogers, one of the clerks of llio firm wlio had clnrge of llio bills of lading, stalls that n man calling himself 11. andoilir called upon him Much 14th nnd n'-kid piriiilssion to thin some packages ol urn Hire bv 1 ha "1 ron c. lie give pcnnl"! m and l ie boxes arrived In good siasott mid wire te.il on bind. Mean. lime, however, Hio vissel hid cleared in bd- last and Capla-n Kami on rece nt of this ad dition to his cntgo l.-ft wotd Ihat due notice of the fact should I r civin ot the custom house. Of Mr. ut.disler nothing more has been heard and the owners express the opin Ion that he must have been acting ns the agent of Hie Hatia-i Insurgents, who were warned hcioicn ind tint tho tropic would bring out sjt.iething for them. Capt. Hand's statement is Hint iho mm who went on bo ird h i vessel at Inaoui vir tually loo'; possrs-lo'iof fuo vessel and made mm lan'iu.ein nt lliyii. Ofllccrnol the 'S'rnpli Plttt-tOEU'llll, Pa., Apid 21. Capt. Hand of the steamer Tie pic wis arrested this morning on ch trge of viol.i'ing the neu trality laws, liuiil was held lu 5000 ball, iue nrst in ue, render, lu ijuojei, and Hie sec ond mate, Hand, was discharged, oi.ii in in: vi:-vi" siiinvniiil l'i-ok)n llllnoi. CitAMi'.iieix, 111., Apill 21. Four Indies of snow fell here la-t night. Tlieie wns light frost in Central and Southern Illinois and It Is lenred lint Hint is damaged. ll'ulil Inches ol lec. Ci.xcix.saii, O., A nl 24 Ice eight inches thick formed Hi's li'oriiinj. It la feared tLat ftuit Is injuicd. Cirts.VAri, O , April 81 lb puts from Ohio, Indiana and Ki ntui ky pay the frost la-t ulght was quilo sevirrbut ihe general opinion is that the fruit h not scveiely injur ed. S nno pouits report a'l early cherries klllod and peaches inliltcd. All ttgico that there is no tlaui-igc to wheat. 'i:u.'i.t. du.vt knjov it. All Alilrrlrmi llrliill'ilury Poller II iuiiciiii to inc .inn nog t'uri). Usui isr, April 21. The North German Gazelle, in an article liel.cved lo bo Inspired by Ilismarck, makes a savage attack upon the policy of the United States government in protecting the Interests or American hog raisers. It arms '3 the Pulled States of at tempting lo Imitate I lie r mthtlt of ling ind in forcing rplum hit i t'liini. Tho Gaeltc also attacks Minister Sargent aud accuses him of h tving done all in his power to induce Ills government to retail tte upon Genua -iy by prohibiting the importation into the Umlcd Siatesof all German products po.s'.lilc to pro- euro ehewhelo tinlll Gernnnv Is compelled tit surruuib and withdraw her opposition. ll.c u-izellt' prolesn'3 lo have Pent entirely ignorant of the prisoner in llerliu of such n powirfnl enemy of tinman ititttisls until the diseoviry was made upon the ariival of Ametleau j nirniU t-ouiiilning Hie mluls'cr's advices lo his government. I.uru Atvur.l lor tlir Trie. New YotiK, Aptll24. Thesuitof (be New York, Lake Uric and Westirn railway against ,Ias, McIIcnry has cpdid in a virdlct of il. 500,000 for llio plaintiff. I'atittlit lis Hit. Vri-klict. Ati.anti. Ga.. April 21. The family of Josepbus Hoot In Canoll county wcrotlrown- cd in Hie Chittahoothlc by Sunday night's Ireshet. A lu in n lined llrot Is also missing. there Is an unpierideiited oveillow In Car roll county and much dtinage to crops. Tin: I'noyrn vim:-.- v.bieit fotiowi hlphtlii'iia, and Ibe peri-Money with which It clings to the path tit, aro well l.tiown to all who haie bad any experience wllh lids tcrrlUe itlsa'ase. Tho follow int; htter shows how tho re storing ami iat luratlng properties rt mj incieome It, and tlOOU S how by xltallz n lug and enrich- Sarsaparilla ?, wood r m-titrallzes anj eradicates tho fobotuvi nutter front It, lirinplng to tho comalcsmit llio cuK-r, lift) nnil Igor ot robust health. Lower Mass. MrMits. r. I. IIoon&lYi.i iii'uttcnicn My little chl had tho diphtheria hmt An it. 'liiodlsoaso left her very weak. Mootl ioor, ulthiioai'i'CtUc.andslirt could not teem to rally from Mac tlcttt. Iloou's HitsArAniL uuai iceoinmcndcd by anelithbor. After eho had teen taking ti a few da) s wo noilmt a change for tho tetter tho bepan to eat with a relWi. It seemed to take out tho poison tho disease had left In her blood, tho chance telim ery noticeable In her face. Hie tooklttno mouths and fully i .'gained her health, much to our delight. Mo now recommend Hood's 6aihuwuul with a great deal ot ilcaurr, ery tiuly jours, J, It. SMI f 11, l'Jliuttcrflcld Street. "That Extreme Tired Feeling." "Tho first bottle has dono my daughter a freat deal of good her food does nut dig ress her now , nor does nho suffer from that extreme tired ftet tug which she did before taking Iloou'a Hajisai'ahilla." Bold by all druggists, rrleottabottloor lx bottles for 5. ITenarcd by C. 1. 110011 & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 1 UootXs TootKVoaUrt Q)u sj CVnfi. OIH KALLIDOSCUPr:. (At S3.) O for a wife 1 Siie'i the Jay of nutt'i Hie. No lontfpr 111 tarry, But straightway g' marry II. (At 43 ) Uother a wifa ! Slie'j tlie burden of life. For better or worse, I'll get a divorce. Lard is worth trjlD-;, anyway. livery first tenor must be n lilifh-toactl gentleman. "O fAirone, why Uili emlc mien, HiMdowncat look an-1 frtaueiit Rialif "AUx," ftliepobbcl, '-llio gpnii urowsgrefn, And I mustlay my hcuMMh bv:" A Imd btx a illcc Ijox, I'oollishts ballt-t ilancerp. A dcatl beat a musical tes. Keep the Vandetbllt ball n-rolling. A fitc lance a surgeon in a liotiital. Kvery man for blmstil, aud tbo devil lake Hcrr Most. KlusbUines-wI.cn Ibe youns man pro- poses. Everybody b.13 gA tbo yellow fever, now- a-days. Vounffinan, If ou see Ibe bottlo L'oiujr round, don't stopper. Marnogo bells oiubt lo have an uirnisc- mcnt ting. Why Is a deacon like a hat-bind 't Because ho passc3 around the Int. IJlobaim fas that all the dancing girls bo evir eaw were atufTeil ballet?. Truth crumbed lo earth will rlsi naln." This Is also prediciblc of the onion. 'Iberols aciavi-ard dtirirrr In ()o by tlie name of Ace. The b..ys call him Ibe Ace of p ides. When a good nan dropq a tray full of costly goblela, he la Irrealslibly tempted to glass ware. "Cva you give me a good subject for a Summer idyl?'' Lucy.J Yes, Lucy Ihe tramp. What s rt of a collar mhjht he made out of pie-critst. A turnjer. If the hours Miould fight a duel who would load their pistols? Their second. When a woman wilh a Lroid-btimmed hat siU In front of a nun at t'ic the die, he feels as though be were below Vm level of Uiu see. It issd 1 that the sun will n'mili thecarlh In 1,0'JO.OCO year-". No cluueo of ti Demo cratic president, then. Lice d.stlueikn : Out in Cal.furuia Ibey call revival mtctlngi survival, because tLey are composed entirely of th. male clement, A magazine writer deplore- llu loss of the "old colonial spirit." We are in doubt whether he moans applc-Jurk or old rc. One needs to be ptetly f rafty when he Is making n comtship for money. Thu latest novelty iu hugging Is ca'lcd "tl.o Giccian fold." It's Kiutty, but nke. Don't u align the rntt'-p.,t and fclssors. An editor cuts forr.e thin gs fiom his e- li.i'iges out of s'uer pi'y. "Which is coirect, Mai' or 'Inf.-'" fl.uey. Do it either way, il-ar, if yui haven't been eating blueberry pic. A new paper 1 'ci'l-d The LWtt. it is probably the organ of duJcs. IIcry ffrlng nature givis us a new im-lal- miat of her cereal fctory. It wa3 lucky for I) imoeks that they didn't Inve bu:t?r iu Ids day, or the knot of that ha'r might have slipjcd. '1 hope jcti will wiite us, while yuu are away, William," add her lather, gravely. "Ob, billtt douxV litHe chin itr, with au atcli glance. Anew journal Las bjen ejtiblishel in JIoscow, called thu Friend of Wotixm, It U probably a faihim magazine. Trench policemen In Paris aro paid re- wards of fiom SI to !5 for miking arrests and ctpturing often. h-rs, and the miidsterof justice has decided U Increase these by one- third. E. What, the arrests? It would seem that French cr-ps aien't sj very diur cnt from Auiericati, after all. Wc hope the pod's line, "All wrapt in sable garb," docs not refel to the Amoiicau pole-cat furs sj common in this lunity. .V hen In tho Buburbs, who could'nt get any cgjs, h3 beeu selling on a bottle of glue for the p ist two weeks. Tho other day Ihe coikcame out, and inw that hen is awful anxious t get out of the nest and go aud tight somelhlng. Hut somehow she doa't do it. 'Opa!" cried Jfbuny, Luisting In upon the family, as they were hilling down lo dinner, the other day, "Our mhiUU-r gels Irunk!" "Why, why ! whit d you mcau my son.' "ies, sir I heml bin telling Angelina Popinjay km, Sli f.e I him, How did you enjoy our tdthmix t the socjible last nhdil'r' '.My dear oung la ly,' sail '.e, 'I was petfectl. inlexhatid wilh 'em.'" Stturdayls said to be U.e favorite wed. ding day with tho Pleach people, fiives 'em u chauee to show their we-tliliug gir ments on Sunday. An excited Spring poet write? nf a ram ble, "Vour fiet crush an eutriiulngodor ftom ibe Ilowt r-carpeted sod." Your feet, If )ou pltMse, frlr. It is lather early to be venturing upon such figures of vuceb. Now ihe sanguinary citizen glee fully gocth mus'irat tlio.-tio , and tllletti himself unduly with lu-icluo.i, nn I shootcth many stumps. In Ihe evening be co nelh ho ne, -iu 1 patteth his gun to bed, aad g'U'lh and si ri lelii liim- islfin the corner, llooptuh. A correspond jnt of ia'e t.v mysi I re member years ag, feeing a dilod specimen of lbs housj tly sent to IJjstou In a letter, as a great tariiy there. It wouMn't be a great rarity now; TherJ is m ro food feir flicsln Hosli n than there uso I lo ui A New Ilavm, Coi.n., gill hi herself down between two houses to pick up some Ilnger-rings which ibe dropied, and ftaind berself wedged In. Now won't some parag raphs Uirt a. bwm on New Haven girls, so ll'ut wo can give Chicago a rest ? A joung countryn au who came to town was dinwn Into astreit fiyht, and terribly muuledup. Ho explained to the folks nt home that he went lido a factory nnd got caught lu Iho Kiting. "The love of nrt," fajsa writer, "is the outgrowth of thca'Stbctlc sueceptibllllics." It is more often Iho outgrowth of a fellow's susceptibilities ton pretty gill, who paluts lion lit looking suntlowers on vim vet Young ladies witti Ixautttul faces and scheming mammas usually hve engaging manners. A Potsdam, N, Y., man owns a trotting horse by tho name of legacy. If be sticks to ibis umno lie will always get left. "Tho young men of our church aro coing to get up a sale and entertainment. What would be Iho best way to bold the fair John. Hold 'cm on your hp, John, If they don't obft. "I yield vouthf! nnlm." a said, afttr tho lltlril fall, rising (ind offeilog Ills land to Win aotajonlit. 'Cun a maffazlnc have morfi than nre "lory wilh saftly?" I'uwdcr manufaclurcr.) Kot If they arc liko tlio uvcragu maRazlno story or Iho d.tj'. ltcmcinbir the Ualary and lis ilk hire art; they now Alt t.tl.aiirrO SHVP. "Mllnnin Vlntrr. wm. inittctl suicide hy hanging Friday," btllinaa had Ullcr look OUt fur !l,r.tlm,lr. nf lir.Mnc,,,, Crusoe. The latest iikiIkhI ih Ina t'll CS frilklt". Wc llif,lll,t Ln bis i f fiu klctl sltl-, but aotr.thow wc can't mm m now. I'roliiMy nc are n Utile late In ttinnicj- hcniMlhu rcnitily. 'Oil, lt'JW hcalltifullv vour clmlr inn? tlid tedium," cNcInltnt-il .Mis. Dascotii. "The 8ttaiii3t,f ll.iir voices wtic tti fcctly ravn. King:'' It ft lltatlitd lulv in I'lnn,. 0(1 ns tinmairicd, she tan ho lined or Impris ontd. l'oor ikar croJturis! That lakta awny half Iho romance of mftriiae. I'Lnkin, are no-.v utlliznl for l.i.ln..' kl.l tllovts. Wilt;ihe scnlltmanwho furnished Ihe iiirjliiuiLin "American sahlc" nlettie come form.i.l wttlt hU littlo cilontil hand, book i-f synonyms? llu III it libit Iho 1'rfllJcut cmiXil in ,'lnr. Id.tttutirs turns out to luvo letn ti thirteen pound Catfish, while all ll.u uunnnntx'r nir. risponiiculs ilescrlbttl il ns : "ti,.b'.o ami t;,iii.cy lass." Ifs nice for .Mr. Arthur In hate somebody lo tell his fish stories for him. The westtrn natters tnikt, eicit rmltnl nut of divorte case, but Ihcy ttou'i aUvnis slick to the slralKht ami .arrow path of until. As ior insiaiici', out in tjtnann, a petitlomr les tilktl that hh wife thtew ll illrons at him, and otherwise tnaJe h tinhciltliv fnr 1 1 n In enjoy the comforts of home life; whereas Ih. papr came out and announced Ihat .Mr. 1!. liesited to natt nMindtr fiom l,U utfo nn ti,,, B OUt.il Ihat sh'j tlinw fliitationa at him. llio court witl.hild decision tinlll af'.tr Ihe papi r c.ia.o out, but granted a writ Immctl' nt.ly alter. ItECESr UO' KS. "Why wo I.a'ii-ii," by Simuel S. Cox. Tins Is a labored attempt to explain why thu i;reat public goes Into paroxysms or caeltiuna tiou over the average newspaper joke. Mr. Com concludes Ihat surrilse Is Ihe ntotivo clement of tttirth, and that wc latth at news paper jolics beeausj they are so surprisingly lit'. Mr. Cit illustrates his the try by so cial e. impl.'S, but our modesty foib.tls us to 'pio'.e. "lljjdii's Dictlon.iry of Dales." We bright this bo tk because It was cheap, ond we were suk of stirft-iting on I auanas and llgsaml strawberries nnd such oilier two-for-a.ient stuff, that tditors have to cat to keep body at.il s,.ul together. Hut on teir ltigolItl.e cotctJ. we lound nothing but a mess of canned history and ligmenls cf fact. Wc ttccorilitigly give the book to our gout, for dessert, and its ato it with relish, bince then tils hair has como off, aad he is n ut.Aen out it illi figures, like a grocery man's bill, llcncvforth we sh ill buy our fruit of the regular trade. "Xenophontis l.tbti Socrallci (Occonomi ciii, Cjnvlvitini)." 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