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Ll» __ i-.rume Prepared for Next Sundays Services. Will be a Very Interast the S : ■ Com •ho Resjv.rrootion. ; in the Differ* . .d Personnel of ture of tli? services ■ iv: amorative of the re* , 3 Christ, will be more than Never before was so U rail! to church music. ■ >■ rs generally, in this nted in membership. ; eaking. they atm tor a rd t *n heretofore. ., .; 1 ^ious feasts of a joy wa.eh special prepara >vn r ..H»e by the church , other denomma*ion >rtant feast than tn ml in no Catholic v. i' a more excellent ■mime be presented than i nedrul. Rt. Rev. an especial ia 1 partly through his i, ral choir was reor t1 me ago. A>* 'he lute Havdn's second mass The choir will be C, era House orches Ven Creator” will Ik* v vl. Whitaker. At the ra will ; lay the In , v.u c iivalier de Rusticun : ar the members of the R - : ' ■i ;g ■ pe O i\..ae, Ag p, roe a P< ugher. r-'ta Wa’.erhouse, Agnes Low Me.-, rs. Jacques Front, t has. i; bert Arkle and Alphon Messrs. Adam Yahn and John ST. M VTTHEWS P. E. • r music at ’his church uti iership and direction of Prof. ; rs. will lie second to none. •; rs has brought the choir to a . of proficiency. The pro * ,v the early services will l)e : • fme. The processional hymn ]> very early. Fol'owing is 6:3d A. M. . mal Hymn.P R Myers f w l'l-sover._I 5. R. Hodges >. ..1- S. B. Hodges in Ev !s;s D*->. • B- lom'S || c.W rri dt Jordan . .Sir J ph Barnby ... Costa V them, “As It Began to Dawn,**.. Ch.is. Vincennes R . ^iona! Hymn (Allelini. P. It. Myers i‘*:3d A. M. >r mn. ..... 112 .B. Tours Tibi.B. Tours .B. Tours Chas. \ incennes . incru- .B- ’ ours < ne.dictns .B- 1 >ur3 \ .:nes Dei. »• Tours • »rla in Kxcelsts Deo.B. Tours N .ac Demlttis.S. B. Whitney i . - i! Hymn .HI ; hide—G.Geo. E. Whitney ' -\->T HR1STTAM. i!l •. mg is t e programme for the Is Ris-a To-Day".C. A. I^anglev i.-’u* h. ! us is Risen"-Smart Lindsey 1 ,st E -'or".Langley S. prano. Miss Ha Mossburg. Mrs. y \nni“ Barker. Mrs. Wag . M Warnekc. Jlisses Jennie Britt, .in R M'o.-d and Lulu Heide and •tries Lemmon. , Mary Berger, Mrs. H. Sim ;• • mi it Trax II, W. B. Jones. V ig. >ar di n Colvig. ... ► U. Myers. Ambrose Wood, r Sdnamua. R. W. D. Barger. Mr. Harry Connell. 1 !■' W. M. Clemans. ST. ALPHONSI'S. u. ■ k> ago Prof. Meier was 1 as organist and director by • \ .1 Sc hiffer. who has hail charge tiie laraes* choirs In Pittsburg . twe’ve years. The new ril is thus far given the greatest >c. Under his able direction s;;\ . mass will be sung at ten A feature of the day will be a.-in-: nf the children at the nine m.i Following is the pro fur the solemn high mass at V tiam” . Schoepp • il Mass” . Zaugl T rra Trerauit”. Dietrich " Creator” . Werner .F. J. Diegmlller Hymn—'Triumph” . .Prof. J. Schiffer « n: are the members of the V sses Rosa Bishop. Anna ha Fox. Sophie Steinmetz. in!- Kate Ebbert. Julia Fein - .":e Vogler and Gertrude Vogler. 'S> - Rose Vary Woeber, F inler *n 1 Man Vogler. V ;rs. Fr ak J. Miller, it, Piped. N ok'T, JoM ph Vogler. VVm. Julius Mohse. Wm. Nolte. : Michael Schieser. Anton id Joseph Redeker. HWRTH STREET M. Tv tramme for Easter has not *• arid, but will be announced 0 this week. The excellence of a sufficient assurance that rri 'c will be of a high order of < '•e may be & special song - customary in the Christ : Easter services. The choir is the direction of Mr. Edgar R. VCTHTE CONCEPTION, r will render Farmer’s mass I Werner’s “Regina Coeli" j 1 0 sung at the otTertory. The I 1 r is composed of the following j •-■med persons: soprano, Misses Celia] McCormack. Emma Driller, Anna Mon al.an. Mary Hoelsche, Mrs. Henry Reuter. Mrs. J. Arkle and Miss Kate Weir: alto. Misses Bertha Douglass and ('erellt Hasenauer; tenor. Messrs. Ed v ,rd Altmyer and John Dixon; bassos, Messrs. John Brady. Will Miller. Will Di\ n. Mike Tully and J. Hildenbrand; or; mist and direstress. Miss Mamie Brady. Solos will l>e rendered by Misses McCormack and Driller. Mrs. Reuter, and Messrs. Miller, Brady and Altmyer. ST. LAKE'S P. E. Foli-wlng is the Ea>'ter programme at S l.uk< > I’roi* slant Episcopal Church: MORNING. Processional-Hymn K* . Easter Anthem .Lloyd Gh,r i Patri .Maiden T I '••uni -Festival Eb .Buck Jubilate in C .Williams Hyn lit; . Gloria Tibi .Tours Hymn OO . Offer* ary To Thee Be l'ralse.Costa ITOOess nal—112 . HOLY C< 'MMPNION. Sanc’.u? . Woo "ward Hymn 22j . Gloria in Ex elsls.Old Chant Nun Limit.a . EVENING. Processional—!<K* . Gloria in Face Isis.Tours t'a:fe Domino .Bu.k IMisereatur—Fes;ival Ab.Buck Hymn 111 .Mosart orT ■■ ry —1 Know That My Redeemer L.\ • th. Proo ssional—Hymn 112. T choir Is composed of the following r.am- 1 persons: S ; "alio.'—Mrs. Flora Williams. Mrs. C; Mrs < 1 ardner. Misses McCabe, Mr C! ", Carroll, Liaggs. Loos and Dun A ■ s- Mrs. Roemer. Misses Phillips, Mc Coy. Anderson and Comerford. Ter Me srs. Williamson, Israel, Rod ley ar i Mendel. B-'«s s—Messrs. McCoy, Irwin, Hoyle, tA i; . M*■ r liant ar. 1 Huseman. M .-s Anna Sage organist. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. T e foil wing programme is for the ser v • - in the morning: Jubilate Deo in l>.Buck Ch Is Risen.Buck • S 1 >—Resurrection Song..Shelley T* IVum in C.Buck Chris’ Our Passover.Schilling >!• tubers of Choir: Sopranos—Miss Nel lie Kgerter. Mrs. K. M. Fitzgerald Misses Rt: Hall an! Mrs. Hammond. Altos— M •; Broad! Lewis. Bessie McGrana han at. I M >g gie Springer. Tenors—T. G. ' r- D.b.i Gey- r a: i Allen Robinson. . V. irre , .1 c.r Crawford at.d ■ M :<► Organist. Mr. G- orge Sum* n1, -r tt< r, J. M. Hammond. Sf- N!» PR ESEJ Y T K RIA X CHCRCH. nvina: -s the programme for the Orst'-t" I’r ! ; de. Ki 'er Car I.nonj eh —"A wake Thou That Steepest.” Goodrich Hymn X" 3u—"All IFail the Power of J JUS* X'arr..-". S": mi- ■ Solo—"Come See the Pla'-e Wi . re Jesus Lay”.W. T. Porter S • s ■'■*—Chr s; the I^or-1 is Risen To-day”. Qua;'et'e and Chorus. Arranged from Von Weber Orif.tn Postlude. T •• following rroeramir.e dere t it the evening: Crol—-Hallelujah. Rl-en”. P do at [ Chorus—”Ev rUt N > 1«1—“Hark ’ Ten —“Jerusalem" ... C< ■'! "Awake* Awake”’ .. Hvmi X IT "Jesus Snail • ••gen P'.-elude. will he ren Christ Is ..A. E. Roex :.g King” Warren Thousand .I’ark-r .I)anks R^ign”.. Choir THIRD PRESBYTERIAN. Following is the programme, the first tw • numb* rs in the morning, the re n nni.itr numbers in the evening: “Our Lord is Risen".W. Apamadoe “Sing Glad Hosannis".A. Bentv ’ Church Bells".Ladies’ R«xtme "He Is Risen To-Day".d. pUOh So *.Mrs. Loudermann Sopranos. Mrs. Fred Williams. Mrs. Isadora Fulton. Mrs. T-oudermnnn; al tos. Misses Rosenberg and Ferguson; tor r 'rthur Dunn; basso. Mr. Gardner; organist. Miss Elizabeth Bickerton: lea -r. Mr Will 01eman3. Five hundred Gold Tinsel Belts 49ets. and upwards at Dillon, Wheat & Han cher Co. Opc:ilcJ! 'Imid.ii aiil Tuo«l»y. Sitaharkcr. A real horseless wagon*. N Quite Wh it the Karmer Expected to See, Though. Th« long legged yap from the Jersey h ; ur '.s bounced arounded a corner into Broa iw.iv up from the market regions and iat !• ! in front of a serene and majestic pol eman. •'A1', there’” exclaimed the cop. startled by the innovation. "W \V” snorted the Jerseyman. "V hat’." the matter?” “I've be*'n reposed on by a chap down the s’root there." "Worse." “What?" “K ::-r in:* np where I was seilln* tru k ;ui’ w inted to know ef I wanted to see ; .* them hors-’less wagons, ’cause ef i did 11 bet’er run round on the next st- • mighty quick Sail it was coin’ hv an* I’d have to hurry. T liked to run a luncr nit git tin’ there, an’ what do you thir.k I seen?" “A horseless wagon. I suppose." re spor le 1 the officer with that sublime faith in th straightforwardness of the city man it h.s r* ition to his rural brother which always characterizes city men. "Yes, bu’ not the kind I was thinkin’ about." ?a. 1 the Jerseyman In deep dis ci-- "It wa’n’t nothin' but a wagon w h a p.i'r o’ mules hitched to it. an’ dern pore mules at that.” Af’er w— ; ;ng .» few silent tears the po sought to eemfort the visitor from across the river.—Judge. Wednesday and Millinery T^iursdai.T. April 1st aud Sad BEKT1I \ CAR1 31)01 Jacob St. —-0- ' Po vou see as you would like? If n< r. consult Prof. Levitt, our eye spe cialist, who will tit your eyes correctly by seientifle methods. LLON. WHEAT & HANOHER CO. -o 1 o you .-ee as you would like? If n<v. consult Prof. Levitt, our eye spe cialist. who will fit your eyes correctly bv scientific methods. DILLON. WHEAT & HANOHER CO. ' ir rarrow Tinsel rA’:s are superior qual y frem ill others in the city. Price . idets and upwards. I DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHER CO. I By C Augusts Prescott i Oq penitential coucb I lie , 'Weeping ^or every sin. : Oely'Sh Mad worldly I without,, 'Worldly 6*ad selfish, with i a. • But to my-he^rt & message sweet, On scented &ir is borne: As Caster flowers spring to e^rth — hope comes on Caster morn i MANNIXGTON. Mannington, W. Va., March 28.—Mr. Harry Dickerson, of Fairmont, was here Sunday. Burt Free, of Findlay, O.. is visiting relatives here. Tost master H. B. McCracken spent Monday in Fairmont Miss Hattie Hough, of Fairmont, was the guest of the Noss family at the Ho tel Koen over Sunday. Charles H. Whalley and \V. M. Welch, of Wheeling, spent Sunday with friends here. If you have a parlor, dining room or chamber to he papered this spring, send to C. C. Boston. 74 Twelfth street. Wheeling. W. Va.. for samples. Mrs. Edward Mahan, of High street, entertained friends Friday and Monday evenings with cards and dancing, in honor cf her sister-in-law. Miss Irnne Mahan, of Washington. D. C. An ele gant repast was served at 12 ooloek. and was heartily enjoyed by all. Those present Friday evening were Misses Hattie Beatty.' Georgia Morrison. Cora Pomeroy, Nina Kimberlin, and Messrs. Fred. Pritchard. J. J. Kenney. E. A. Rr im. Harry Beatty and Claude Bas nott. On Monday evening the guests were Misses Carrie Dunlap. Wtlla Hough, Georgia Morrison. Hattie Beat ty, and Messrs. Ray Coulter, Will Nor ton. Will Furbee, Homer Koen and Charles Phillips. Our streets are in almost impassable condition. At the Opera House Tuesday night. “Side Tracked;” Friday. "Outcasts of a Great City.” Archie Mortimer, who was burned by a gas explosion at the South Penn's Beat tv No. 11 several days ago. is re covering. He is under Dr. Warden's care. Messrs. McGraw. Lemasters and Mc Laughlin. who were burned at the Hockinberrv gas well explosion March 5. have been brought to the Snodgrass residence on Main street. They are improving rapidly. i ’ashler <'. E. Jolliffe, of the Exchange Bank, is better, after a case of the grip. J. BraeRshere is unable to leave his room. Miss Bessie McCracken has the grip. Our building boom is the liveliest ever seen here. At, the National Republican League convention, Milwaukee, June, Marion county will be represented by Thos. F. Barrett, of Mannington. An elec tric light, company is being or ganized to build a plant in three months. Enoch Curry spent Sunday at Flem ington. N. C. Baer, of Kokonio. Ind., repre senting the Edison General Electric L'o., was in the city Thursday. Grumbling has been caused by Coun cil advancing water rates 25 per cent. City Clerk Rymor reports the water works $800 short of being self-support ing. Rev. Sam Small will begin a series ot six temperance lectures here on 'lues day evening. Messrs. Thomas E. Davis, L. Mallo nee. C. F. Knust, S. L. Allen and J. K. Smith were in town Wednesday exam ining the Corless safe in the First Na tional Bank, prior to purchasing one to he placed in their new building now in course of erection. They were favor ably impressed. Mrs. M. Quirk, who has been visiting at Washington, Pa., returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. S Rhodes were called to Greenville, Pa., the first of the v eek by the severe illness of Mrs. Rhodes's mother. Mrs. Blair. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hamilton enter tained friends Tuesday evening. The rooms were tastefully draped and elabo rately lighted. Dancing and cards were the amusements. An elegant luncheon was served. Those presnt were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Deitz, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Misses Kimberdin, Beatty. Mahan. Pomeroy, Morrison, Clayton, and Messrs. Fred. Pritchard, Bream, Morton. Phillips, A. L. Prichard and Claud Basnett. Miss Lucy Stewart, who is attending school at Buckhannon, arrived home Saturday on a short vacation. Mrs. Wm. Edwards, who has been visiting in Kittanning, Pa., returned Tuesday morning. Miss Gertrude Barthlow, of Morgan town. is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Jolliffo, Misses Clara and Maud Garber, for merly of Norfolk. Ya., have come to re side permanently with their uncle, George Camp, on Howard street. -o FAIRMONT. Fairmont. March 28.—Miss Maggie Hurd, of Wheeling, is the guest of Mrs. R. J. Robinson. Col. W. A. Ohley, of Charleston, is here. If you have a parlor, dining room or chamber to be papered this spring, send to C. C. Boston. 74 Twelfth street. Wheeling, W. Va.. for samples. Gen. B. D. Spilman, of Parkersburg. w:>s here this week. Ben G. Williams is now in charge of the “Skinner's Tavern.’’ An enjoyable social was given at the , Presbyterian church Thursday evening j MARTIN'S FERRY. Yesterday afternoon the working team of the Knights of the Golden Eagle went >ut to Cambridge to institute a lodge in that place. Those who went are R. A. l-indemuth, Capt. F. N. and S.; O. E. Shannon, N. C.; Robert Pastu-rs, \Y. C.; \Y. R. Johnson, S. >1.; Felix Hadseil, L.; Julius Biumenherg, G. H.; John Ault, V. i; Sutton Palmer, ensign; W. R. Palmer, esquire; Chas. Kellar, II. P.; John Oxley, Alfred Harris, Thomas King. Thomas Clark. Wm. N’ewlin, and Malcolm How ell. They will return home this afternoon. The Baker glass works on Sixth street is being put in shape to start up in a couple of weeks at making fruit jars. John Metzger is sick. Miss Bell Green is spending a few days with friends and relatives at Wellsburg. Jos. | It Jacobs has returned from New York and Philadelphia. Henry Wernig has resigned his position at L. Scheele’s store and has accepted one at Wheeling. A. M. Harkins, of Rush Run. was in town yesterday on business. Herman Hess and August Baker leave to-morrow for Toronto, after several days’ visit with their parents here. Mrs. Charlotte Kirkbride is seriously ill at her home on Lo-usi street. Robert Sterling, of Tiltonsville, was in town yesterday on business. The Liberty hose company were called out yesterday afternoon about three o'clock to quench a small blaze at the home of James Shrodes. The lire was caused by a defective flue. The roof had caught tire hut was soon extinguished. Mrs. Albert McGIer.n is spending a few days' with friends and relatives at Cadiz. Mrs. S. J. Bogie is slowly improving and will soon be able to lie around again. Fred Snider, of Delaware, O., is the guest of Howard Stewart, of North Fourth street. Church, will take the following text for his morning service: “God's First Ques tion after the Fall of Man.” Mrs. Clem Speidel was down from Wells vllle yesterday calling' on friends and rel atives. Miss Nora Cark is home from Rarncs ville spending the day with h»r mother. It. A. Blackford has returned home from Bethany, where he was a judge in an ora torical contest that took place at the col lege Friday afternoon. Last evening Rev. Pam Small delivered a lecture to men only. This afternoon at S o'clock he will lecture on "The Scarlet Woman." The marriage of a well known young couple residing in the First ward is an nounced to take place in the near future. Misses Mattie. Rose and Ella Nichols are spending the day with Mrs. Bert Heath, at Blaine, O. Yesterday was pay day at the Laugh]in tin mill. Pam Harrison, o/ M». Pleasant, was in town yesterday calling on friends. Wm. Tweedy is spending the day at Pittsburg with friends. A couple of hoilers for the Wheeling Natural Gas Company were out to the oil fields yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Summerhlll. of C.m nonshurg. Fa., are the guests of Mrs. StimmcrhiH's mother. Mrs. Louisa Stead. The Seldom Seen fishing club will gtvp a dance April 17. Ed Groves has purchased a new delivery A new three font Mow pipe Is being put In at the Laughlin tin mill by Bayless Will Rodgers Is home from Xenia. O., to spend a few days with his parents. Friday afternoon Wm. RufT. an employe at the Belmont brewery, had a miraculous escape from death. He was aiding in un i loading salt at the brewery and attempted to slide down a pully rope from the third story. lie lost his hold and fell, dropping on a sack of salt in a wagon. No bones were broken, but he was badly bruised and shaken up by the fall, and is confined to his bed. The Martin's Ferry ball club will give a 'lance at the Maennerchor next Friday evening. St. .Mary’s and Coming Week—This Is Palm Sunday. The Gospel will be of the Passion of our Lord. The blessing and dis tribution of the palms will take place at a quarter before eight this morning. Priest will be in the church on next Wed nesday afternoon for those receiving Holy Communion on Holy Thursday. Mass every day this week except Saturday. Next Thursday will be Holy Thursday. High mass at S a. m. On Good Friday evening at half past seven there will lie Rosary, night prayers and a sermon on the Passion of our Lord. The ceremonifs on Holy Saturday will begin at a quarter to seven o’clock in the morning.. The members of the congregation will bring flowers for the Respository on next Wed nesday meriting. Parents will please have :ii :r children at all the ceremonies of these three last days of this week. There will be a meeting of the ladles and gen tlemen of the congregation to-day after vespers. The sodalities will please at tend. All the sodalities will receive Holy Communion at first mass on Faster Sun day. The children will make their first Holy Communion next Sunday. There will be a collection on Good Friday for the holy places ip Palestine. There will he service with sermon at St. Paul’s (Episcopal) Church Sunday at 3 p. m. I.vman Hanes and John Johns have re ttimed home from a visit at New Brighton with friends. •m w i iKiaoeipnm »;ock nc^r will he on «a]o Mcndaj* at the principal saloons of this place. Aetnaville and Bridgeport. • Wm. Prostc is ill at his home with pneu monia. Joseph Lurch left this morning for ^ a shin* ton City for the purpose of in specting an ice plant for the Frick cont ra nv. I J. M. (Ireen, of Washington. City, has secured the position as foreman at the Belmont brewery. Lilian Wilson is home from Scio Col lege visiting his parents for a few days. —--0-■ Oprnlnf Monday and Tuesday, Kwaharker. Our narrow Tinsel Belts are superior quality from all others in the city. Price 49cts. and upwards. DILLON, WITS AT & HANCHER CO. BUCK HANNON. If you have a parlor, dining room or chamber to he papered this spring, sand to C. C. Boston, 74 Twelfth street. Wheeling, W. Va., for samples. Our narrow Tinsel Belts are superior quality from all others in the city. Price 49cts. and upwards. DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHER CO. WELLSBURG. If you have a parlor, dining room or chamber to be papered this spring, send to C. C. Boston. 74 Twelfth street. Wheeling, W. Va., for samples. Do you see as you would Ilk”'? If not. consult Prof. Ivovitt, our eye spe cialist, who will fit your eye3 correctly by scientific methods. DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHER CO. i PRESIDENTIAL j’O.SSlMMTIES- \v\ (' WHITNEY. Es-Secretary of the Navy William loll ins Whitney limit* that l»o desires tlio Democratic nomination, but his fricmls insist on looming lino. Mr. WLittity v»as bom ia Conway, Mass., July 5, I Mil, *ui<l is rich ami brainy.^ MOUNDS'VILLE. Miss Ellen Conkle entertained the Young Ladies' Missionary Society very pleasant ly at her hom£ in the First ward Friday evening. L»r. J. J. Richardson was in the city Friday calling on his friends. He was on his way to Washington. 1). C., from his home in New Martinsville, where he was visiting his sister, who has been confined to her room with sickness for some time past. Thomas P. Hornbrook sold his personal effects at public sale at his residence in Round Bottom yesterday, preparatory to ins removing to Barnesville, O., where he '•111 engage in the drug business. Most of the goods brought fair prices. Vhe “Blind” Boon Co. will give a mu scial entertainment at the Optra House on the night of April 10th for the benefit of the graduating lare of the public schools. Mrs. Frank Wade was called to her home down the river by the serious ill ness of her brother. Miss Jane Blake will leave shortly for Harrisburg, Pa., where se will spend six or eight weeks visiting friends. C. A. Dally, of the Wheeling Natural Gas Co., was in the city making contracts to furnish gas from the new line being laid from Cameron. Burt Logan yesterday shipped his goods down the river and intends removing his family front town the first of the coming week. F. M. Carman, of Barnesville. O.. was In the city yesterday calling on hi.s trade. Mr*. Nesbitt entertained her music class and a number of her friends very pleasantly Friday evening. There was no school Friday on account of the teachers attending the Round Ta ble meeting at Whtelir g. Miss Ira Courtwright has returned from Wavnesburg. where she has been atter l ing school, to speisd her sumuv r va -uf;on. A little child of John Lagsdon died Fri day and was interred yesterday morning at Mi. Rose cemetery. Samuel Shipley and Mis Maggie Mc Cormick w*re married last *01 tig by Re\. Smith, pastor of the Inscipl Church. ine members of the fir.- dvp ir’.iner.i r • at the Court Huose yesterday evening ,a?’d elected as cli! f Charles* Vauple; ant*. David Kidder ar.l <’hi>. I'lnrlsr.n. The Disciples’ Church congr* go> Ion ! n e purchased a lot on the southeast err; -r of Seventh s’r.-ot and Jefferson avenue, and will erect a fine church build.r-; 'in coming summer. Miss Uennen. of Morgantown, is th» guest of Mrs. G. C. Repp*: to. on T r.iu- | son avenue. In the case of J. S. McMechen «v S-ai \ Fredrick Schaefer, which has b n cn ti; il in the Circuit Court since Wednesday, a verdict was rendered in favor of the plain tiffs for Jlflo.M. The plaintiffs were repre sented by J. A. Ewing and C. C. Newman and the defense by J. J. CoiV.ff and A. M. Dorcntz. The Court has adjourned over until next Thursday and the jury will be convened again on Friday. Rev. J. K. Breckt-prldge, superintendent of the Methodist Hospital of Brooklyn, will occupy the pulpit at the M. K. Church to-day, both morning1 bM evening. J. W. Rogers and Clarence Guard are in Pittsburg, the guests of friends. "The Confederate Spy," by hop - tab-n', for the benefit of Independent Hose Co. No. 2, has had good au lienees at th Opera House for the past two nights. -n WYNKF.X. BLYNKEN. AND NOD. Wynken, Rlinken. and Nod one night Sailed off in a wooden shoe— Satled on a river of misty light Into a sea of dew. “‘Where are you going and what do you wish?” The old man asked the ikr o. "We’ve come to fish for the herring flrh That live in the beautiful sea: Nets of sliver and gold have we." Said Wynken, 1 dvrken. An ! Nod. The old moon laughed and sang a song As they rooked in the wooden shoe. Ar.d the wind that sped them all nigh' long RufTled the waves of dew. The littie stars were the herring fi.->h That lived in the beautiful sea. "Now cast your nets wherever you wi ll. But never afeared are w."— So cried the stars to the fishermen three: Wynken, Rlynken. And Nod. All night long th»ir nets they threw For the fish in the twinkling foam. Then down f: m the sky came the wooden shoe Bringing the fishermen home. ’Twas all so pretty a sail, it seemed As if i? could not be. And some folks thought ’twas a dream they’d dreamed Of sailing that beautiful sea. But I shall name you the fishermen three— Wynken, Rlynken. Ar.d Ned Wynken and Blynken arc two little eyes, And Nod I? a lit11** head, And the wooden shoe that sailed the skies Is a wee one's trur.dlebed; So shut your eyes while mother sings Of the wonderful things that he, >\ i you shall see the beautiful things As you roek In the misty sea Where the old shoe rocked the fisher men three— Wynken, Blvnken. And N’od. AT PARTING. Now, Marco, dear, my wishes hear ‘ While I'm away It's understood you will he Rood And not toe tray: To every trace of maiden frrace You will he blind. And will not glance by any chance On womankind! \rd oh. my darling. oh. my pet. Whatever else you may forget, While I am staying by the sea. Oh. don't forget you’ve married me! You'll lav your head upon your bed At set of sun: And will not sing of anythin* To anyone. And oh. my darling, oh. my pet. Whatever else you may forget. While I am staying by the sea. Oh don’t forget you've married me' -W. S. GILBERT. -0 LAUGHTER. The eminent French surgeon, Chavasse, says: "Encourage your child to he merry and to laugh aloud-: a good hearty laugh expands his cheat and makes his blood bound merrily along. Commend me to a good laugh—not to a little sniggering laugh, hut to one that will sound through the house: it will not only do your child good, but will he a benefit to all who limn and be an Important means of driving the j blues away from a dwelling. Merriment Is very catching and spreads In a remark able manner, few b-ir.g able to res «r. th* contagion. A h«arty laugh Is a delightful harmony. Indeed It is the beat of all mu sic." •‘Papa,*’ said the smart boy at dinner, "does consomme mean consumed?" “No. my son," said the philologie pa. “consomme is from a Tgitin word, sum mum—all—-and comes to us via the French. It means ‘all together'—the same as the Trliby pose. And there? was silence for the space of four sec onds—The Philistine. He—Did you ever observe what a dif ference cjofties makes on one s mind ? Now. when I am in my riding togs. I'm , all horse: when I have on roy business suit, my mind's full of business: when I get into evening dress my mind take3 a purely social turn. She—And I suppose that when you take a hath your mind's an utter blank. | —Pick-Me-Up. , J AMUSEMENTS. -1 RICE’S "1492.” , Some one has recently been writing to an Eastern paper in the defense ct the ballet, geuing nis inspiration from the prottv girls that hold sway in* be seen at the Opera Hou^ next w-d^ nesday. -The most bewitching and charming collection of shapely ei-N ever presented." says the enthusiast "is now kicking holes in JJSSSta hearts of the old fashionable frSwri ^X r<r> vdiaK''1) , . A NEWSBOY IN 1^92?“ of the Carden Theatre, where the glo rious ‘HM’ holds triumphant sway' it has long ceased to ho an inquin where Rice gets his pretty girls, iie gets them, that's all: h< them \ i hew ho does cost',.-: how de lightfully ho cncit. . ;h* - perfection* of symmetry. Forty i; dutiful sv«. phonics in blue. pink, r.d, yoliow. fawn and old goid gli.-ten and bine j)o away with the br.H.-t: Never. 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