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THE CHRONICLE. I KV. 1)1!. TALMAd".
A irMirnTia Kcwsriren, rut!i-5icd "Weekly at Camden, Tcr.a. i in: xuii:ii iuvim.s mn:.y dim ori'H:. ?miiTi'iini-i 4iit."ir ri Hill, Hill , HfHlNEH ANUCN ICIEST. Tim utuvrlp'.lon yrl vt Tor. Cww-tifTt U 91 p' yi r, 10 cciat tx a i inimthn, aj rniitii fur ttiT' tuuii'i,htu!i ji'MiiiTciT mut Ue pa id In lanoe. AH iihtcription d lm ruusjyUy n ipiri.n of tuna pwd for. Obimry I iiinilur uonor will . r'uri' I Nit tii rl of 8 rnri tt litm. Wo will farnti'i rt lor il.i; ly ul Jocul lrrrtniii on iiilictiu. Our J ib nrintii'H fioilltlrt n flrtt-c!i, and cur ii'c:ity ii itood wor!. lUiim-- (ml nunpln whoro jiohi.tlc) will I furmiUnd ou j'pliestioa. .mnintilction na tvrHo on pn. ttoin (if rub). a liittret kr oHuitoO. but w -im i.o r i'iit:biliir for tb xpri'iilont eonUmHl In all mutt ouuikUblcaUuiil uj ,rtiolc pub 'IhIiaiI, III niutniiCM i cn bajnudain Trifitn wayi thai are perkily mfe, but all rBmUtaiio-i nit. an at the risk t.f H'n.l. r. lWage Uiup of 1 and SMvmt denomination! will b recivJ In mini U 1-M than $1, providiid thoy ar sent In ucll liapB m to nrcveiit them ticking toi-cthcr. Ail r'-uiiUnii'raa,id tuMiuestouiuDiUiaoatlotii iUould bo wml to TRAVIS BROS. Publishers. CMDK, TEM5. Travelers ia Maino Fay that ft but rrsing number of tbo "abandoned farms" of the State havo been ro-oc cupio'l tn:i year, ant that tuo new tenants appear not to bo mere casual resident, tho havo oecupiod tbo places as a trump might put up for ft whilo in nn empty bouse, but indus trious farmers, who aro brightening lip tbo obi farms in ft manner that in- tlicates they havo come there to stay, "Doubtless that is but another evi dence of tho returning prosperity that is brightening up tho whole country," comments the New York Sun. Fut jrrt' ' I'l.ilii IV. .,1c" n. Kr. .:i H!i ! TtXT ".-'libit. A v n rit'i, I'l nun, I (it r iU;i-i. JI'T" "t, !il J uHii.' U'HiMiu.-i xvi., 14, IT. M.itthew Henry, A 1 1 it I'. irm . Adnm Chirk, Thomas 8. -nit mil nil the c n'!' iiin torx pinna bv 4h-" ver v Uti..'it iwiv "! 1 1 I remark. The other t went y p"o; ! ti, iu( i rif -1 In tli clinpli'r ti .lit' nigu i-l;"'l f"r s mi- tliln,' Hint -.er therefor" a) t by thu lllilttr.iiii rjt,.i!ur-, ,iit n hln it full nt. ti t A-yiiTti in, riili'kviii, ll T'int, 1'nlr ifi, l!"r;iift, I hil'ilnwn nit I J "lint, ttln-ti' W(ri tli"y linrn? No mm kimwt. Vl,ir ill 1 t iy ill"' 1 li'-ri-1" no r r.i F I til r ' ffi. Kr wlmt wi n" tlu'V ill A in litii.'il.' Ahru lul"lv fur niiihiiiiT, or i!i trull of niM-a icr wonlil Imvo l i-'-ii hr nifit out by t ! iinoatli' If ttioy hivl I u VTy liitr' l l or o(.ul"iit or hlrhiilH or iiui"i' iil of ca l'-n. or i'riit of MyW or in luivwlte tiri'ii'mloii.t, t.uit f nliin woiibl lnivn bi'n riiiiKl.t t'Y th n;itol. CIIIIOTl. llllt thi'V W'T" (TOO.1 li"oilt I .."! II - I 'mil f"iit to t!im lii-. hi li ChrtiHii r'-icnr'N. 'J'lo'V wTo orilliiHtv I i'l", moving in onh miry f'li"n fitti ii'liiik' to or.lliinry duly .m l ini'i'tiio? orulimry rosjx mi ! i .itiry. Miiit tho wori.l wnnti N n ri U'i'in f. oriliimrv in'0.lf. If tli"r" b In tho I'lilt"! Ktnt'W f.5,().ifl.no I jn'opli-, t!fro aro cortulnly not inoro tliiin l.iioo.nni) cxlriior.lin.iry, nii'l th'-n thir nr" Cl.OO'i.Oi 0 finliiinry, nnl w il well to turn our La"kt for a Ijtt ! vliil in tlio ilittiiii;ui.tlii'il mid roti-pd'HinH of tli ISibli! nii'l roii.tiib'r In our tet tho hcvimi ordinary. W Hiioiid too mu"li of our tint" in twitting pirlHinls for r':iiiirkiil.li" mi l biiililltii throiH-.i for niiiu'iintcq unit ji"nl tur liiK wnrriors mul iiiotloosixiiik .hilniith- roplttti. Thi rank nii't lllo of iho Lord Koldiry n"i'd PMpi-i-inl liolp. Iho viutt majority of i'oiiio to wlrimthlt pormnn oomon will novor h a I mi nroiy. will iitivcr write a Statu ivm.-titutio!, will ncvi-r oh'i'trify a Si'iiat, will ni'vi-r make nu Iin- portaut lnvi'iition, will i."ver iutrodii"o ii now i'liiloHophy, will ncvor d""i.lo tho fate ot a Niition. You io not ex tx'ft to; vou do not want to. You will not i-rv r i; i r.", mi 1 m"a ' " r l-ii, or I i 1 v. a-i I T'l I..' il'il t Ii '11 o I l.'lilV I b . I v of ili.i! w oii"iit l"i '" .! t i l , Ii, mi I t!i "l lii.T r r . i f ii I! H.iiV i ' ' .ii.. i it m i ..i.t .r ."'.if. ,, ii, I i' .i a v ! 'iU I "it I.. in-; of t.i" ' oi l. t-f l.ili'l i a r...ir. an 1 u !i.Mrl.T'l iiv I h' V ou'it t t w "I V" U In"! t !ir t li"v ) nk" lort v '.o 'k Ktrlk" Ilvn williout nn;,' ! .(.. h I I Ii" m iii. It I" i by 'I'"' 'i'ii. iii. l n p, l ill ' U" '1 in li.m It t urn S:.-u ran. i '! nii- , ,u I a- l;.!v, ittid t'o r I u '.. nn I H r.'.l! i" a' oiM tlo-f nn I I'.m V ctnlii t ii !' !.flk" Iiv", nn I t in V tlTik" i'V o'U'l't to Ht r.k M". 'Ol t Ih v mi -lit to flriUo an I !i i lift'" 1 o il li'i I 1!l lll"lll.llllt'!l who I iMi I Hi" ' i I i'l,pli'l ' l, ii..., ,mi , p ro oi.i a !!,. i 1 I a. '! I 'll! 'll bill o,rn" t1 r I : i . i ' Int'li! - jill l 'l M ail tin. r i !" c i!li i0" i w inn for HI ,i; ti. t ! .'M' ' ra .(ill it at i r 1 , ,.f !.m i v i'tb i. u .i'l , nn 1 rut .- Ii ,p. fo-t t that nil lo',lillik-, mid mi Id oily tb' V r-t in .rl.'in i.aiiiiill.nll.m r-l'oil tlr'.'.l rnu mi I piv..li and w.'u-!it nn i i m-wh"-l' oi hi'illli nf" ompl' t' ly d" l. ih" iiu-ini'i idoi'k lint imply run t Ii" mi" ran '- Tho priueipal part of tho cut of tspruco on tho Androscoggin River in Maine is now consumed by tho pulp Kills. Bangor lumberman say tho pulp mills of the Tcunobscot devour tho equivalent of 50,000,000 feet spruco logs each year, with also now pulp mills in process of construction, lion. Charles A. Millikcn, Mayor of Augusta, Bays the mills are using fifty millions of sprnco each year on tho Kennobeo for pulp. About 23,000,000 feet epruce logs are converted into pulp on the Merrimack River in New ITamp Ehire, whilo more than twice that amount is annually needed to supply the pulp and paper mills on tho Con necticut River. Great is wood pulp. , an I w Ii 1 1 ii1 I- , llll'l v '" in 1 ' t u .. t until t;il'o'l.;ll Hi' klo".t till til n-t mi 1 ltd th" b" mid n iii'i'i'ii 1 1 A : oi'i'i,; I. rl. an I a I t' I ,. 1'nafini in. I t :i i' ni p' ' 1 1 1 ' t , a a 1 ft .i'l 1 1 a t . i . . u, . Ill H I dortort id w'iiom tli" World mak"- no , rl, but to pr..v" that tb-y iif" nn,'. i i i.i'Ti'y I Invoiii tii" iiioiifin it oi in- ,i .. nlif'M'iil i liiiV" t ii !-.'iak'"d an 1 tho tli udt of woiin-ii t" who n in itih "i t Ihi-vhav"! n lo'Nt t i i" ' n' on-i: (' .in", how, b't o- hav" a r'li'ioii i " iiui'M.noi.H Arr.uui rts i Miru.'i ci.r tJ rorrr.r i. IVvib rr.J vs t fhviU men 1-1 f.r el. aniirr wnti r Hmvin;.' tho lli'io th it y. uro for (., r li"ttl"i mi 1 ii ri (oi ti.o .! 'a wild a of ili nary I hi ii -' I I'U.llldl ' I'lOitiirn' According to tho latest English, census there are 250,000 persons in Great Britain receiving Incomes of $1000 each, and 2,000,000 persons incomes of $300 a year. There aro 123,000 families in tho United King dom having incomes of moro than $25,000. In tho United States there ere somo 4,000,000 families or about 2,000,000 persons, whose income aro at least 2000 a year and more than 10,000 families with incomes of over $25,000. Considering the difference in nonnlation between tho two countries, it is clear, to tho Atlanta Constitution, that tho United States nntnins tho creator number of rich wv J people and a more nearly equal distri bution of wealth. Says the Philadelphia Press: The gift of $500,000 to tho University of Pennsylvania by Provost Charles v. Harrison is one more evidence of the great liberality that has bo far marked the last decade of the nineteenth cen tury. At no time in tho history of mankind have such largo sums of monoy been given to further educa tion, art and philanthropy. It has been a period of vast enterprises and of marvelous money making. The Chicago Tribune prints a tablo of the gifts made 6inco January 1, including individual sums exceeding $1000. It did not include Provost Harrison's gift, as it had not then been an nounced. Adding that, tho table wiD stand as follows : January... .51,093,000 February... l,HTi,S0Q March 736,550 April., s... 1,311,100 , Hero is a magnificent total of nearly $11,000,000 givcQ away in a liM over fivo months, of which $1,575,000 has gone to colleges and universities, $1,593,000 to hospitals, $789,000 to churchesfanl $203,000 to libraries, while tho remaining $3,708,400 ha been distributed among museums, ar. nllripa find charities. It is a total fa'"'--" tt-hich has probably never been eur passed, and which will make the first Vnif nf 1895 a red-letter period ii '-' .generous giving. Most powerful is he who has himself Ik n M'ki'h to h'lid a Nation out ofbondai'. Y'ou will not be a JomIiuh to proloii tho day light until you can shut flv" kinj,'it in a 'av om. You will not bo a St. John to unroll mi apoi'alypw. You will not bo a l'linl to pr' filtln ovor an npostolin colli'tro. You will not be a Mary to mother n Cliri.it. Y'ou will moro probably be A-iyncritiiH or l'hb-i-on or H'T mns or i'atrobas or HormiM or l'liilolou-i or Julia. Many of yon aro women at tho hoad of hou.mholdH. Thin niornini? you launched tho family for Sabbath ob.sorvaniH'. Your bruin (locided tho Rppnrol, and your jud-jniPtit wa final ou all questions of personal atlir", Every inornini you plan for the any. Tho culinary department of your household is in your dominion. You decide nil questions of diet. All the sanitary regulations oi your house are under your supervision. lo ret-u- lute the food, nnd tho impurel, ami tin habits and (leeido the thousand iu'stions of homo llfo Is n tux upon your brain nnd nerve and KPiiernl health absolutely appulliag If then- be no divine alleviation. It does not belli vou mu"h to be tol l that Elizabeth Fry did wondnul thiivs mid tho criminals ot New-rate. It does not help you much to bo told that Mrs. Judson was very bravo nmous tho Dornesiau cannibals. It does not holp you much to bo told that Flor ence NUditlm-iilo was very kind to tho wounded in tho Crimea. It would bo better for mo to tell you that the Divine Friend of Mary and Martha is your friend, and that Ho eees all tho annoyances nnd disappointments and abrasions and exasperations or an ordin ary housekeeper from morn till nisrht, and from the llrst day of tho year to tho last day of the year and at your call Ho is ready with help nnd re-enforeomonts. They who provide the food of tho world decide the health of tho world. One of tho greatest battles of this century was lost be cause the commander that morning had a fit of Indigestion. You have only to go on some errand amid the taverns ana the hotels of United States and Great Britain to appre ciate the fact that a vast multitude of tho human race are slaughtered by lucompeteut cookery. Though a young woman may have taken lessons in music and may have taken lessons in painting and lessons in astronomy, she Is not well educated unless she hastakeu lessons In dough. They who decide tho ap parel of the wurld and the food of the world decide the endurance of the world. An unthinking man may consider it a mat ter of little imnortauce the cares of tho housohold and the economies of domestic life but I tell you the earth Is strewn with the martyrs of kitchen and nursery. The health shattered womanhood of America cries out for a dod who can holp ordinary women in. the ordinary duties of housekeeping. Tho wearing, grinding, unappreciated work goes on, but the same Christ who stood on the bank of Galilee In the early morning and kindled tho fire nnd had the fish already cleaned and broiling when the sportsmen Stepped ashore, chilled and hungry, will help every woman to prepare breakfast, whether bv her own hand or the hand of her hired May $1,230,30C Juneto date 1,075,00C Total... ei0.9C1.15( heln. The God who made indestructible eulogy of Hannah, who made a coat for Samuel, herson, and carried it to tho temple every year, will help every woman'ln preparing the family wardrobe. The God who opens tho Bible with the story of Abraham's entertain ment of the throe angols on the plains of Harare will help every woman to provide hospitality, however rare and embarrassing. It ishlgntime mat some oi tne auenuon we have been giving to tho remarkable women of the Bible remarkable for their virtue or want of it or remarkable for their deeds Deborah and Jezebel and Herodia and Atha llah and Dorcasandtho Marys, excellent and abasdeaed It is high time some of the at tention we have been giving to these con spicuous women of the Bible be given to Julia of the text, an ordinary woman amid ordinary circumstances, attending to ordi nary duties and mojting ordinary rasponsi bilities. Then there are the ordinary business men. They need divine and Christrlau help. When we begin to talk about business life, we shoot right off and talk about men who did business on a large scale, and who sold millions of dollars of goods a year, but the vast majority of business men do not sell a million dollars of goods, nor half a million, nor a quarter of a million, nor the eighth nart ot a mtllion. rut an mo imsiuoss men of our cities, towns, villages and neighbor hoods side by site, and you will llnd that thov sell less than i 50.000 worth of goods. All these men in ordinary business life want divine heln. You soe how tho wrinkles are printing on tho countenance the story of worriment and care. You caunot tell how old a business man is by looking at him Grav hairs at thirty. A man at forty-live with tho stoop of a noriogenurian. No time to attend to improvod dentistry, the grinders cense because they aro few. Actually dying of old ago at forty or ilfty whoa they ought to bo at the meridian. Many of these business men have bodies like a neirleetod clock to which you come. and yon wind it up. and it begins to buzx and roar, and then tho hands start around down. An I el tii" tini" wlnoi tin- .-!'! ly hand on .-hi I i b" p liiitiiig loth" hi lu-in .i boil t on n i'Ii'.ii- mil -unlit il; il tl- M M"l" hia -blin-rv of body, mm I nn I i-arlhly i"tp.i" Ity Mop-, for-ver. 1 h"""in.-t"i l"t linv" tlnm--inlt of l,'itini't ni"a win. .Ii" I of i.l nt llilrty, thir!y-Mv, fo-!v, forty-!lv Now. vv h ul It wiihti' l ii irni " livi'io graeo f'r or. Unify l"i -im- i.kmi, ine.'i wli i ar tiiini"--"d Iroi.i' nn.r'i till night mil nil tne ibivn of lln-lr lir. 1 1 -i ri in bnthiKtt, Not gr'ii e to lo 1A nu.). but irra-oto o-o U). Not gpl" t" hupervii.." ".M ei.ipl i'.im in a factory, but urn"" to K!i.rvU" th" bo ik-k'-'per an l two . iil'-t'ii'-ii and the mnali boy that V''pt oiit th" ntoro. (ini"" to Inve.t In 't the ? til. CO I of net pro'lt, but th" 'JhII of I'h'iir L-n.ii. (ir i ' i Hot to a-mluo til" !"--( ofawtioio (.hiplond ot M.ic-s from iho In lies, but gr ''( to einluri' til" In -in oi a paper f eollar-i fr .in Iho b-akago of a displa fthiir'l" m a poor roof. Graeimot to endure t!n tar lnns-i of tin Ainenc-tii ('oli.T'-.t in pacing a n""e.t-ary law, but irra"" to einluro tho tar Kni - s of nu errand boy stopping to play warbles when light to deliver tho g i l ls; s.lcll 11 gra -o ns thou ,atnis of l.utinets men hav b- lay, ping th"m tr.ni'piil whether go id, s-ll or do mt sell, whetlnT cixtomert pay or ilo not pay, whether thetarlfT is up ortarifT Isdowii. whether the crop ni" luxuriant or a dead ilure. enlin ill all eircaii stan"e mid iliubl nil vis-i"itude- tiiat is tho kind ot gra 'o we want. Millions of men want it, and tin')' may have it for tho asking. Sotn-a hero nr heroine "omes to town, and nstho pro "e,ion wt"s through tho street tho bu-iui'.-a men ime out ninl stan 1 on tijitoe ou their store (teps nnd look nt somo one who in arcrii) eilmeor in ocean storm or in day of battle or in hospital agonies did tho brave thing, not realizing that they, the enthusiastic specta tors, havi' gone through trials in business life that lire just as great before (rid. There lire ineu who havo gone through ffoxing arctics and burning torrids and iiwful Marengis of rxperieu'-es without moving llv niilet from their doorsteps. Now, what ordinary business men ln-ed is to realize that they lia'.-e tlni friendship of that Christ who looked niter the religious interests of Matthew, the custom house clerk. am) helped Lvdla of Thyatira to pell the dry goods, and who opened bakery and llsh market in tho wilderdets ot Asia Minor to feed tho 70 0 who had come out on a religious picnic, and who counts tho hairs of your head with as much particularity as though they were tho plumes ot a coronation, nnd who took tho trouble to stoop down with His finger writing on th" ltouuiI, although tho llrst shufllo ot feet obliterated the divine callgraphy, nnd who knows just how many locusts' t'ii"i-e were in the Egyptian plagu i and knew just how ninny ravens were neces sary to supply Kiijah's pantry by tho brook. Cherith. and who as floral eoniiiiiin lci- leads forth all the regiments of primroses, fox gloves, daft' V.ls. r-ya"tnt'us nnd lilies which pitch their tents ot beauty ami' kindle their' camp f1r,,s color all around the hemi sphere; that that Christ and that (Kid know the most minute affairs of your business life, and, however inconsiderable, understanding all the affairs of that woman who keeps a thread and needle store as well as a'l the af fairs of a r.othsjhibl and a Stewart. Then there urn all tho orlinary farmers. We talk about agricultural life, and wo im mediately shoot off to talk about Cincin liatus, tho patrician, who went from the plow to a high position, and after ho got through tho dictatorship in twenty-one days went back again to the plow. What encourage ment is that to ordinary farmers? Tho vast majority of them, none of them, will bo pa tricians. Perhaps none of them will be Sen ators. If any of them have dietatorshlps.it will bo over forty or fifty or 100 acres of the old homestead. What those men want is grace to keep their patienco while plow ing with balky oxen and to keep cheerful amid the drought that dostroysthe corn crop and that enables them to restore the garden the day after the neighbor's cattle have broken in and trampled out tho strawhurry bed and gone through the lima beau patch and eaten up the sweet corn in such largo quantities that they must be kept from the water lost they swell up and die; grace in catching weather that enables them without imprecation to spread out the hay the third time, although again and again ami again it has been almost ready for tho mow: a grace to doctor the cow with a hollow born, and the sheep with the footrot, and the horse with the distemper, and to compel tno un willinir acres to yield a livelihood for the family, and schooling for tho children, and little extras to help tho older boy in Dusiness, and something for the daughter's wedding outfit, and a little surplus for the time when the auklos will net stiff with ago nnd tho broath will be a little short, and the swing ing of the cradle through the hot harvest Hold will bring on tho old man's vertigo. Bettor close un about CincinnatiH. I know 500 farmers lust ns noble as he was. What thev .want Is to know that they nave the frlendshln of that Christ who often drew His similes from tne larmor s lite, as wnen He said. "A sower went forth to sow, as when Ho built His best parable out of tho scone of a farmers boy coming bacK iroiii his wandorlngs.and the old farmhouse shook that night with rural jubilee, and who com pared Himself to a lamb in tho pasture lloiu, and wno sunt the etornai uou is a larmor, declaring, "My Father Is tho husbandman." Those stonemasons do not want to near about Christopher Wren, the architect, who built St. Paul's cathodrel. It would be bet tor to tell them how to carry the hod of brick up the ladder without slipping, and how on a cold moruing with the trowel tosmootnoii the mortar and keep cheerful, and how to bo thankful to God for the plain foo I taken from the pail by tho roadside. Carpenters standing amid the vz, and tho bit, and tho plana, ami the broadax need to be told that Christ wits a carpenter, with His own hand wielding saw and hammer. Oh, this i.s a tired world, and it is an overworked world, and it is an umlertod world, and it is a wrung out world, and men aud women nee 1 to know that there is rest and recuperation in God and In that religion which was not so much intended for extraordinary people as for ordinary people, booauso there tire more of them. The healing profession has had its Abor crombiesnud Its Aboi-uothvs and its Valen tine Motts and its Willard Parkers, but tho ordinary physicians do the mo.st of tho world's medieiniug, and they need to under stand that while taking diagnosis or prog nosis or writing prescription or compound ing medicament or holding tho delicate pulse of a dying child they may have the presence and the dictation ot the almighty doctor who look tho case of the madman, and after he ;-u l torn oil his garment in foaming b .'icntia clothed him again, body and mind, "m,!.i in pr ullore, in th" , in eer llitlig, t A-vm'tIhis, .ns. i:l i 'Up n.ii .-bold, in I'.' I s:ii,il" a l l'hl"g..n, M : patr.ib.it, II rri"-, l'h bo! igut an I J ii oil. First of all. If V"ii feel that u if" .-r narv, think ll.nl that y.m if" not rvl.uo. iiarv. lam tir"d mi 1 --ick mi 1 borolnhn to d'eath tt llh i-xtraor liii-iry i- Tb tal.e nil their tlni" to t"!l u- how --rv .! or Unary th"V r-illy ai". Yon ku v.v a' w ns I do, in V br.Kher and i:i-t"r, that th" ne of ih'Mit.-ful w- ofth" world it d n." uiit.reten! out i pie wlioloii r.irni p-opl" who do n-d g 't inii'-'i appr-.v nu (,nes nt t s ay, ''That is w 'II Phenomena nro of but bttl" u-". that nro exceptional cannot iH'inl"il on. j;"ll.-r lriHl iue sain that swing-- on its orbit )!.pb'. Mu tho r-li tho wbit.j i,! t! with f tron m-ati m is nnd hlniko tin. roii-lily. l.ui'-r-m clear waft r, an 1 if ...sMt!o dry t!m in hiilo with a linen chilli. 1'ino i.ht mixed with tho (.lu lls iiti.l water will no!ne. times bo jirrcssnry in order t r u'h every epot on the in i lo of tLa buUlc. New York IV-d. T' nut.!) I- A scran bug is nn b- mid ,1 Thin ;s 1," (lo st plmi'-t than t"n comets H!looUIIg tills Way lllrl lillll. rnpi'l 111:11; ui ' longevity of worlds attending to their own ' business For . steady illumination b"tt-r Is 11 lainn than a rocket. Tin n. if ' a feel that you are ordinary, rememb-r that y.oir -sillon invites th" less nttso-k. Conspicuous people bow they havto Ink" it! H i'v thev are misrepresented and nbu-e.l and shot at! " Th" higher th- horns : a roe buck the ea-ier to tr.vk him down. What a delicious thing it mutt bo to b" a candidate for President tif tho United Stnte-! It must bo so southing to tho nerve.-! It must pour into the soul of a candidate such a sense ot srenity when ho reads the ble.-so 1 news papers! I came Into post -ssion of the abusive car toons in Urn time of Napoleon J, printed while he wits yet alive. Tho r-t r.-at of th-a army from Moscow, that army buried in th" snows of Itnssla, one of the most awful tragedies of tho centuries, represeute 1 under the llgur" uf 11 monster called General Frost net mil iiccf-fut j in every room, but but at all an nlli tion to its furniture. Yet 0110 luu-t havo homo plit3c in xthichto U'msit spent matchcM, bits of paper, cK'., near at band. A lnr'O wa-tn-tm;o'r basket mar have have, a yard of nlli nit iniaido tho top, which is gathered ut with ft bboortrin-'. Or a largo vn", that is novir used fur l'owcrs, and that Htands too high for the inVi.lo to show, may bo thus utilised. -St. Louis Star -Saying'-. shaving the French I'.'iip-ror with a ra;:or ot icicle. As Satyr ami Ueek'.ebub ho is repre sented rags after page, page after page, F.nglaiid cursing him, Spain cursing htm, Germany cursing him, P.us.tia cursing him, V.urone cursinir him. North and South Ameri ca cursing him, th" most remarkable man of his day and the most abused. All those men in history who now have a halo around their name on earth wore ;v crown oi thorns, Take the few extraordinary railroad men of our time and see what abuse comen upon them whilethousandsof stockholders e.s 'ape. All the world took after Thomas S -ott, Presi dent of the Pennsylvania It lilr oa 1. abused him 11 it i I lie L'ot under the L'round. lnoti- sauds of stockholders in that ompaiiy. Ai tne rilanie on one man. T.'ie central r.icill n-ilroad. Two or Hire') men get all tho liinmo if anything goes wrong. There nr.! 10,000 in that company. 1 mention these things to prove it is cx trmrdinary people who get abuse 1 whilo iho ordinary oseiin". The w .Mil her of life is not so severe on the plain as it is on the high iii-iiLs. Tho world never forgives a man who knows or gains or does more than it can know or gain or do. Parents sometimes give confectionery to tho children as an in ducement to take bitter medicine, nnd tho world's sugar plum precedes the world's aoua fori is. The mob cried in regard to . ...i ;r.. in.., ......ilV lliml" L-nrisi, (.rm-iiv inin, '-"""j and they had to say it twice to be un derstood, for they were so hoarse, and they got their hoarseness by crying a little while before at toe top of their voice, Hosanua!" The river Phone is foul wlnm it enters Lake Lomim, but crystalline when it comes out ou the other side. But there aro men wno nnvo entered the bright lake of worldly prosperity rile 1. 11, TO rr.M lVE STAIN '4. To Remove Stains From Marble Mix well together an equal quantity of lemon juice an I oil of vitriol ; wi t the stains with tho mixture, and after few minutes rub with a soft cloth. Be careful not to let the vitriol come- in contact with auy article of your dress, or it will burn it. To Bleach Ivory ash in water, thoroughly rinso aud dry, then rub peroxide of hydrogen over tho article, and stand in tho sun to dry. To Remove Grease from .board? or Kitchen Furniture Buy some fullers' earth ; you can get a good deal for ft penny ; make a paste of it with cold water, spread it thickly on the greaso spots, v.ush oil after a lew nours, and repeat if any grease remains. Washing oilcloth with soap and so la, and leaving tie surface wet is ruinous to it. Another simple and useful modo is to rub the oilcloth with a rag dipped in paraflin. New York Dispatch. 4 V ordinary, thi trau- ervstalliue and came out terribly therefore, yon feel that you are thank God for tho iteteusei an l ouilitv of vour nosltiou. '..' - . . t i. 1... 1,-. l imn rememner, ll you nave oiny wnai is called an ordinary home, that the great uc- li vs-rors of the world have all come from such a home. And there may be seated reading at your evening stand a child who shall bo nntont for the ages. J use unroll me s-.-rou ot men mighty in church and state, and you will find they nearly all come from log cab n or noor nomes uenuis nimosi al ways runs out in tho third or fourth ceneration. You cannot find in all his tory an instance where tne louria gen eration ot extraordinary people am-mut 10 anything. Columbus from a weaver's hut, Demosthenes from a cutler's cellar, Bloom- fled and Missionary Carey from a shoemaker s bench, Arkwright from a barber's shop, and He whose name is high over all iu earth and air and sky from a manger. Let us all be content with such things as we have. Gol is just as goil in want Ho keeps away from us as in what He give u -. Even a knot may be useful it it is at the end of a thread. At an anniversary of a deaf and du nb asy lum one of the children wrote upon tho blackboard words as sublime as the "Iliad," the "Odyssey" and the "Divina Commodia" all compressed in one paragraph. The ex aminer, ia signs of the mute language, nsko.t her, "Who made the world?" The (lunfiind dumh girl wrote noon the black board, "fn tho beginning God created tho heaven and the earth." The examiner asked her, "For what purpose did Christ come into the world?" The deaf nnd dumb ii-ii-1 vvroto noon the blackboard. "This is a f.iltl.ful oiivlnn nnd worthv ol all UOCetl tation, that Christ Jesus came into the world ' , mu. 1 ( I liur to save sinners. ins examiner "' i "1 "Why were you born deaf and dumb wnue 1 hoar aud speak?" She wrote upon tho black board, "Even so, Father, for si it seemeth ...i (n ii,, co.t.i- m, Hull- rit oiltrht be baptized with a contented spirit! The spider draws poison out of a flower; tho bse gets honey out ot a thistle, but happiness is a heavenly elixir, and tho contented spirit ex tracts it not from tho rliodolen Iron of the hills, but from the lily ot the valley. Hypnotism for Drunkard. KCST ON COTTON AND LiNE". To remove iron mould or rust from any white cotton, linen or vegetable fibre, tho following process is the best, and it does not injure tho fabric : The spots are btretched over an' earthen plate and moistened; salts of, lemon ; are then strewed over tho marks, and rubbed iu with ft bono or wooden spatula 'until the stain is re moved, afterward thoroughly rinsing1 in warm water to remove the acid. Nearly nil stains and dyes will be dis charged by oxalic acid, tueretore care ful usage is necessary. Salts of lemon,, salts or sorrel, oxalio acid, etc., are very dangerous poisons, and should be used with due caution. Mildew ia removed by first brushing off any loose mildew; then a little common salt should be rubbed in, afterward liberally sprinkling with powdered chalk, and thoroughly moistening with clean cold water. After this th articles should be slowly dried in tho open air, and then rinsed ; and if tho marks are not removed, the treatment 6hould be repeated, possibly several times, tut in the end the mildew will be removed. New York Telegram. An Englsh paper reports that at the Sussex Asylum eight cases (six women and two men) were treated for drunkenness by hypnotism. Two nf tbo woman wero cured. The other cases seem not to have been success ful. Two other case were treated at Birkenhead, apparently with sue cess. thumbnails as Pens. The ancient Chinese and Japanese frequently used to draw pictures with their thumbnails. 'The nails were allowed to grow to a - length of some eighteen inches, and were pared to a point and dipped in vermillf.on or sky-blue ink. RECITES. Turkish Tilaf Boil one cup of rice, drain, add tomatoes left from tno Boup, three-quarters of a can. Add Bait, a pincn 0: cayenne, onion mincea fine Bermuda preferred. Cook twen ty minutes. Lettuce Salad One hard-boiled egg. half a cup of vinegar, salt and pepper. Chop the lettuce the last thing be fore dinner. (Jnop tne wnue ana yolk of egg separately. Mix the let tuce, vinegar, salt, uepper and white of egg together and sprinkle the yolk over the top. Breakfast Bolls Small, light Vienna rolls may bo procured at the baker's. Dip them quickly in water, place them in ft pan so that they do not touch one another. Put the pan in a hot oven for a few moments and they will como out light and fresh, a though just made. Chicken-Tomato Soup Clean and cut up tho chicken, place on to cook in a deep kettle with a gallon of water. Stew slowly till the meat will readily separate from the bones. Take out the chiCKen and put away to coow To the stock add a third of a can of tomatoes, an onion sliced line, pepper and salt ; thicken with a tablcspoonful of rornstarch mixed with a little cold water ; lot it boil slowly au hour and a half. Spanish Cream Ono quarter of 8 box of gelatine, one-quarter of a cup of cold water, the yolks of four eggs, three tablespoonfuls of sugar, one-hall a saltspoonful of salt, one pint of milk, the whites of three eggs, one teaspoon ful of vanilla. Soak tho gelatine it cold water until soft, theu dissolve it in boiling water. Make a custard With the yolks of the eggs beaten and mixed with the sugar and salt. Tom on the hot milk and Cook m the dou ble boiler until it thickens. Add tht strained gelatine, water, vanilla and the whites of the eggs beaten stiff. Mix all well and turn into molds wel in cold water. Place ip i cnest. When hard serve. ' r ( in his own power.