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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 volume xiii.  ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, Al (MST I'!*. I SWI.  NI MBER 23.  nniMiHO.  8MP80H & comm  OnWrtlUDQATIOJULrnnBOH  atabal* at Ii o’alock a. BL Ms okay toluol a* I* in Sarjir., aa»h sal.bath asaoJnc. IU* I  ti H^lw ?* |» •pmmt.iT  UKK MAM M F. CltTOOIf totlrai avers I *4*®-*•    a,    m Err*, lung **srf  etliar ©titular Hen,la* h, bool it Ii rn. arar?  tug at ? i r *J Pt    M «T Tbi.ra.laT ilia-  «RUMAN I.r-mr.RAM (Hmm Harrfpaa •*«r» Hail alb a* IO JI OC bick a. ta. Hun lay Rrbwl I lately altar niormnt aer Or *.»,  M R CHPRTII Rev J W Forayth. TMloy  HarrW* miry Sunray at I, o i HMtfc %tl) arri  mitt Kit m Claa* meat IL« at I" a clock a rn. a**’fT •'•I Lath Crater masting every I'uet tar ali i I faraday •snout*.  -DKA LERI IM-  SOCIETIES.  RADIANT IiOIXlE. No. va. A. I' A A M ♦til ii* ii, regular cum rn aa leat lea i -, the Erl.  rte* , 'Varna* on or baline ti,a fell Bi non. at Ma. amil liar. ti.lei. Iowa Venting I rat brrr. Ma nor*' a ll tent©! u. HU* d. h U I terce W lf • R « i nckrt, Herr every  AI.DRN I IWR A IIT AVD RF A DINO ROOM-In Hay,, ltd Building. Open aiery day and arenite" Munday OkMCtod yearly tubacrlp. Mr... .rente    V    B lurry, rraaidrat,  Mlaa Id HU Yay a r, Hecrrlary.  ALDEN I.ODOR No iii, TOOF Mmu eyer. Wedne.daj rTKllui al Utley e Mali  2? .    *'* rr r.liaiiy tut lied to at  lib ■ Jt'tl#*, Hr* tu'ju Y,  A LDEN I I Doe No |«fi A O. TY. W Meata •'J toy. IU.! IU«ru ar Bleating* aerong and leat I uea>tay areuiuge cd each month AU nailing u.emiwre ar- cordially in.it—1 to atlatl i Et Rim an. M w , J. Tumiiaaoa, Re Mder.  DIRIOO UlDOT E No IBI. I of I* Meeting* the fret and Ult rd {nae.lay ermine* of semi ai rill, In Idler § Haji. V Kiting KuUl.te ai. • a e arei.'om* M J. I baar, C. C. F. E. 11 aer. K. vl K and It  Grain, Live Slick.  COAL,  ALDEN,    •    IOWA.  Winona, HI., Foal, Warranted 95 Pry Cont. Fool.  DOI* I I, \ I! SC I EN CE  MORE PHILOSOPHIC TH AN ENTIFIC.  SCL  I ri Be aeon  pat mid ii igli * -sieur amu-* ctgb. Toad* to* i NS liar* I n.av ort <■ it vat cli t lr. two, With Ibrtcagreat Her e, or ou«i i.,  n.e et Ut .rf I et, • , mf,,! I  nil*: *01.1,1.1 * hat re.I egiouk bor Til un mar tat mild  liintri *bete limner; Vt treii hear nL > I• Inn  they will nor t»r go fishing on Sn ti da 7 again a« lung na they Iiece with nu- Ii I nod -< old««l them they Bi tld Htolen kl**©* .rn tho    I    art    ml    reader  lot ua all i*.in« i, * I .»• r ii.it - hildh*M*d illy,  put on rs«-i vyh in tin- children'n •©  I try Ii*- * <s mr aft- (leg© ncrating into a nation . I . natl* ] ha** noticed my ■ taught* vino# leaving -< hoof and I mip|H,-. • hr* ie tint unlike yo ,< .laugh tor, read. i .Ii-, lint! att - ii. lh* stiff  SHOUT SI NI (AV SERMON'S! ar,.! aet to Christ will d  I anti it. is tog latent to danei  PREACHED THROUGH THE VARIOUS CLEVER PENS.  ■Ilia  PETER TAYLOR  -DF.ALCH LN  Hark j. FL HRT,  Live Stoofc,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.     "'HF sci**    *© of      philosnpli    v ii      lustra    ( e a      -j nrai-v a -    o ti-      I islnng fa<    Im. It      | fell- us Ii*    w to      live and    a by;      it tell- us    how      to en Jot    t ll e      j blessing*    b **-      J -t**w ed in    such      I I I c ll al*    ■ i n      dance b*    na      I tut© It I    ■ad-      f us to con    t ©lu      plate the    do-      * ti* s and    dill      g .* t I O ti -    we      ] owe to our    Ll      I lit* iii e ii    ; 11      4 a w a k ** ti    lls     --ceint©*, and occupant iif ar oft, *• i< I HTM ut thai the st.  • lait cr mat Laie -p« ting lutn-elf, aiel dr* ’t*r par fur feni r houi hands and ©loth -ii ©©©riled ill the)  Hid slip how e« ©« t I (iii a! .  ti.',  Ill  e arf limp  i much hand  I • arnut. ii work,  Muled ♦ he ll stake, pear,  ti pel!©*! ti  cv nome I. j  lllJHtl* t KU ! « re vi e t *,*  wan lain r*  - lr t ta*•** En t  cellulation ti  anti pine rn office ■  Attorney nag Co*nae!or at Law.  Pr* met attention go en to cr, Dart'on* OfTrw tier I La. a II nj* L * hu.rt, A Hardin uuaty, Iowa.  ALDEN, IOWA.  JC F FHI MB IE M ti.  PkyadolAB tad largaoa,  c*®c« e yer Real ag * Hard war*  Aldea leva  Rf ors.  T. J. RICK.  BARBER ARD HAIRDRESSER.  Atren, /W >„o..„fil    fine    and    Umr-  •nma I ne limn ie <*>., mf /V*r)*o, JIL  I oar. aatl Hramahlp t rket*. and can bring y*> .r fib lute or and thee. Alway* ready ta «»v» uToriuitll a. T. J. RICK, AiCau. la.  WTLIaTAM KEATING,  Beala* la  Healy and Shelf Hardware,  Pock* iai Tim Citiirj,  Tinware & Woodenware,  ta* lariat and Snoot aleak at  'OOI I HEATING STOVES I HANGES  ta UM market.  J. A. BUTTON,  ALSEN, IOWA,  WILLIAM KRA TI NO.  Aldan. Iowa.  Notary Public, Real Estate, Lear CHICAGO, IOWA ARD DAKOTA  INHl HANCK ADENT.  Farm loan* r.ego’ta a I ob long or abort ti rn a at low rate- of Int****'.  A large na. of imprurad and aotmprovad tao.ta for vain,  PERFUMES  I Simms ii e-pun«akin ■, »na  TV- I«rg* tinrty.-io'-x, e-iera ami leetmg C*eluy  lf Ik.— r*»f,..,»*• I.**v if.*.iv lh-rn rvicomte* eng w<aLi.-l>v*l Ullruli •»- rr rial* rfcvy arr IxvCvrrvg tktiriif am l*r Ik,"- nc»l.»» >.>*•.,-* eau* uneen*-e.iMuiMv *ee'r »o yeur amggmfar Ikeai —4 •at all .be. iv. UiMfd  RICKSECKER'S TOOTH POWSER  6rara,,..Wy vrono*»n-v«t II* (ln»,i fnrkvr ta v-li*. ■a ll ruvrvalvw r MV .veto. revel bream ei*4 tat./  e-v flu j via.! lr* It * u vrv aul .trendy uvtaglL  RICISECIER’S FACE POWDER  Roc*ifrw tho Ii iffcrwt tnfl>*r*rmrnt »E#rT wImta. Tfcs  BMl»Rrrfi#r. yr!    Ifitieihlf.pvvAir  • ll i>.-- a Amt )uu M il UM it Ai* ga TE.  nf(0. RICItlCIEft, PERF UMH, HW TOIL  •———--—-k__  Melt, Quickest amt OU, Direct Lin  BETWEEN  ALDE*. IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, AUD CII ICA OO, MIL Wa I AKE A.ND ALL EASTERS PO I.MS.  Passengers Can Save  FROM  2 HOURS TO S  acTWEca  CHICAGO MD POUTS OD THIS UHE  BT TAKING  THIS SHORT ROUTE.  WB. W, OTIOOBJBTT,  NOTARY PUBLIC.  Beal Estate, CollecOoi ail Insnranca  AGENT.  ALDEN. * V .    .    IOWA.  Farm and Town Property  FOS SALK AND KENT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  BENJ BIRDSALL A SON.  Alden. Hardin Countv, Iowa*  CONNECTIONS AT  ELDORA JUNCTION with thr Chicago  aud Northwestern Hallway for Tama ( ny. (’udtr Hapid*. Ctlatoa, Chicago, Milwaukee, De* Moioea, ( onnril Bluffy 8t Haul. Minncapolik and all pointe in Dakota. NlLiu-u. j. Kuium tuul the WtuL  KI.DORA with the Central Iowa Hail Way for poiutj North aud tiouth.  IOWA FA LLS with the B., C. R A HT.  and Uliui.i- C ntral Iiellwayt, for Water-J 11 ". DubuQur. I un Dodge and Sioux City  hor nil iafnratidh atiout Freight or Paa»enger Hate* appl) to our local agents or addn -,* the (n nr ral Freight aud Fat-a*aiger Agcut at hhb»r^ Iowa  -  JOHN PORTER,  Otm'l Manager.  W. a. PORTER.  U. r. and i'. A.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  ('ollrrtiono made a specialty. Money • Loan on Real Estate.  ROBERT HOLMES.  -DEALER IN-  Lumber,  Brick,  Cement and Lime.  ALDEN,  IOWA.  -PERFUMES^  —Ma db nom Flo warns tv na —  LANO OF FLOWER8!  DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South  each eg CENTS.  alao odr amu. ruts epsciALTnr i  LYS OEI IMUS I SHIM MIST I UUU I lEViOI I IMPERIAL PINK I ROUSSEL ROSE EDEN BOUQUET! LILY QF THE VALLEY I AIL*®    PICCIOLA!  Tbs    Ileal*    and    moat lasting odors BsaOa.  Our trademark paiooiad on arcry ‘-'-ti  "TUlteata av a iv.».w»h, lu*oog ar lbs biiujr  BOUSSON FRENCH PERFUMtRf CO,  . A# CUa**r«a ■(.. Mar* Orlrau, Kgs.  from lethargic drawaineaa, causing un to appreciate the claim* ei.joiiieti by nature f.»r liltwringr lieitovfu it tell-* ti* how t<i enliai.ee the happmenr of other* by increa-ing our own, it tell* US llnw to lire long .Did get tile rnokt of life are, it tell* un rrtiat otir destiny will be. for ut t Lit - day aud age of marvelous intellectual achievement relig ion aud *cieaee dwell together in unity ye*, they hate formed a holy alliance, and the children of the union the hrightent mind* the world ever knew no longer are required to prove th,-lr legitimacy. Ueliguni aud science have ceased to he u;itagoni*tic ; the on,* .I.*** hoi piontitutc the other, bat the lore :* connubial with it* chaste delight*. ndulterou love and it- ainfnl pleasure* being left for bigot-, crank*, aud bose or .gender* fact ' From a purely -eeuliu rtatid|*iir.t. I am led to observe the following l.ricf illuatra tion- demon*trated daily bv ientitle truth- and vigiiaut ob*erratioti r  lf roil want the l*.v- to -tuv oil the fat rn do not Ih*»* loo hard oil the Ifrindsfone *hcu the little fellow ha hold of the crank I believe a grind atone in the whed, and the boy made to turn it for grinding while hi* playmate# ar© -flouti- g IU glee in their port. i» an m-trument of torture winch leave- th, !h rmh-crcw, the rack. aud the wheel far in the -bade a relic of barbarism I I relieve that the fattier who make* the Un ho© hts own row and keep up j with a half do/i-n stalwart mini, aud then allow * them all to -it dew n on Hie sward te-ting while the I *\v runs aw av acn>hm the Helds for ii bucket of water, I bls him for i»eiug ,i alow. and goes to work harder than ever. making the l*.y keep up without helping him along, ha- a future that will make the hottest plat o ever depicted bv ( altun an ice-lions© in comparison to hi* final home.  It i* now universally conceded, when the boys are promised a day off for hunting or fishing generally a rainy day w hen other hands lie around the borne and when al>out to start are ma.ir to w. ed out ail onion bed. fit tip the garden gate. help ring a lot ct hog*, ami wash the wagon, and the like, ami then enjoined to lie borne early to help feed the cuttle, or do aonie other work fliut ut 12 o'clock the day they become of ag,* tho*© boy*arc reedy to leave home. go hunt and tight Indians, or drive a street sr. When the l->\- work. have it uri-lerstood it i- work. but. in the name of all that’s g.snl and noble, when they have a play day! let it lie such iii fact w-ell as name.  I here is on© thing I could never nu- I deiMtuud when I wits a Is.y oil the farm among the lulls of Central New York thai i- why u,v little calf, lamb, colt, or pig should dev clop into father's cow, beep, hor-*:, or ii. g but such was tin tact, nevertheless, aud. so fur us niv knowledge extends, I have know abut few in-tauiW tvtfcrc'{Tie' eircfiinstances are or have been otherwise. Again, I could not see the equity, when I had earned a little money picking berries, piling bark. herding sheep, or what not. that it w^as expected I should spend the money for anew hat, pair of Inuits, or school I * (ok s, when I intended to sjs-nd it tar Aahing tackle, jackknife, and a red |*icketlMM,k. having lost no end of sleep determining what kind and how much I coaid get. The fact that my paternal ancestor was a clergyman, ana by no means |«or. does not make it abit easier to see, either.  U nfortunately fur the lioys, perhaps, three of my pupils are iii my class at Sunday -chold A few week* ago, I w lule sitting in the library waiting for iii** household to get readv for church,  I 'tfvv seven of my cia— hurrying bv,  Iii a few minute-, lo and behold, two of my exemplary assistant- and*my own boy passed the w indow fronting a side street, To -ay I smelled a small rodent would be putting it mildly. Those bura were not at church, nor dill t he* appear at Sand iv--chool. I knew what they were doing, felt angry at them, but ut tin -nine time wished in my innermost soul they woald catch n g -od string of fl-h, for the weather waft very propitious and it deemed but yesterday that I was a 1h»v. They were  tion of  idea th*-' nobler while th  in perfi . the luge but tin I have I  lu-ioti. m  Toting ladle*, a- von of mind and happiue* make ip v..nr mind • better, that wi ar- all -labor Mime for a compete! health b it it i- a til it,, that out brow- rn’ist -Wi., our own bread. The art ami -oils the hand* and why i- lie inferior in your e the | tv eyer of ribU>ni the oi,- Tinwork* i th- • >ffi< ©> J{ mends that, however menial th* lu lair,    it ha- an    aim. also. that    all  manner of    lalair    is nece**arv t-otn*  may    not    be    obliged to    th  work by the day, Week month, cl year, nevertheless they label id.ti ar* none the less servant* than the on* who    -ho* s    your    father horse©    or  feed- th*- pig* Kin©*- n.v pedagogue •lays I have not worked bv the dav for a Hvir g *ouI I never liked th* thought of being Rome ones hire*! man, -till I have to lals r I an* yoni servant while writing this von pax me for doing it. I hen why am I I*-*-a servant than von. even if von cook my meaia, do my writing <>r assist m* in the «-\a< ting duties of mv prof*— -ion ' Not a bit. I he merchant prince, who-*-wife and daughters \. i perchtD. «• may envv, i- v, servant when he boy - the gt*d* that picas* yon and v..>i buy. And dc him what hi done W. ate .  N*> matter wh* t .lalsir it Wi -e rv  I I k 4.«hI  I I* I Af I* U i I |«  lim  I It Tift*** A  L I * I; It! mil Mi  - Ill*# ♦♦filii! ti I  'Vt -ley  irfant c*  nfc  I i.  .gag* ii iit'i  hi.iii  f faith. 5  Wesley -aid M.. ” naming a and d v hat.fa  ©rasp. en a-k< i- takit  fp pie  Ii I- n  I lo  w fiat (.od ll  ill  I.et  woniai ; ‘-he t phrase  THU!! V* , itll I* ■  Hi* we We Ie ,  I ii. ail iti.  beading as satisfact* ry could birn i* all in < f at rung an tell ti-that a child • ailed in. Ii* replied rd. That V.d that  d lh  I t*t>c reg alum aa  I In* JI/or ■ u la-1 ie ce- ,n • -*u.erega-ti-iTial *mg!!ig, b- ‘Ii* billowing nnfll I* ? ti* .rn!*,    -    I). i-    i.r< • h* r. d* *r  i*t* t -ifig    I    *on    lit    i    cl in ii w itll  lr mouth ■ lo»*-«I like a steel frat •• it Open    pen    wide, and -.rig  Sing ail the Way tm Ugh. Eton I flunk that the organist and the cheir a •> to Bi'c you t >i • d >nc©rt, b t <• tuetn-lo* that vt y verv self, a-, bitake .ii. active j ai' in iii*- worship* f tiod. It may la* _ <>    .    ar** tnt    a    fit* -mger  few of mare.    Y«    . need    ic attempt  ■etr. it wrong lance. *  !4r. T Mi i ii Mg'** a Ural •••rat tot*.  Ah, how w* ll I remember the first 8.u.day in my first chm* h!  I he congregation gather*-*! car! v Tile brown-stone church wa- a beautiful ntmetn.e, within and without. Aa ad-j arent | Harry had farotstied the ma*  : ter jai. an-l th*' architect ar.*l lcnhb-r, who were men of taste, hod not l»een interfered with. \ few creeping vine* hnd been plant* *1 at th* fr* r»t and side sud a white rose bush st *-l at the ii••* r flinging its Ilagram *- across the J ard.  'lanv ha*i g- ne in and taken their -••at-, but oilier. La i staved at the d'*or b* vv itch the on .mg of til© new minister and hi* bride. Sh** is gone now ami it I- rn* flattery t*> write that -Im * vs fair j to look u|H*n, delicate in strnctnre of J la d v, eve* large ami bin* 1 , hair in whi* h v»..s folded ti**- shadow* of Rid night, j erect carnage, bt it piite st* all. Sh* wa- Ruch a ne as r< i c tild | .< k uj !»nd carry * tor a stream with on*- arrn. >he had a sweet v* t.. and ha*l *Us d »<-veral year- in th*- clc*ir * I the city churches ami had withal a niagic of presence that ha*i lur* *-l alt wli.*m she ever mat into warm personal mlnnrer*. Her hand trembled *>n her hn*tmn*l‘* arni as that day they went up the step* i * f the me* ting house, ga/©*! at intently bi voting and old.  I he pastor looked paler even than i wa- la.* wont. Hi* »>'!»•© quavered in reading the hymn, and he looked, con  to lead the cot pupation rn sing.ng, un- t fp*evl in making the put I mat ion* "That leas vn„ know von can do it Hut y< u day a mother had br* light her child for '•an sing w* I enough to 'ake part. baptism, and for ttie first time he Above al! Jo not sit and look into , fijriatcd in that cerem* IDT Had hard futurity while ft ir pastor stiains -oui work to remember the w< rd*, and knew and t*mIv to hi. * a hymn ani g. < .et a not what to do nett When he came to hymn Ka k and h-’k up the . inns preach, in his eicitement he <• old not arid snip*. An*! if you Will not ling J find his sermon. It had fallen back' of plea*© do B t nticiae those vh< do the j th** sofa. Looked np an*l d**wo, and • >e-' *bev a- I* .« word is t< all the forward and ba*-kwar*l. Ii*he*I it tbit  have n, can In -the r**-t a re, w < and to parity.  Jal-or i ‘j to  such  •    •    —    No    out  • ll scrv ant - af  • !.*ir wha* w*  would live.  fflHtlil l'liU(ia<i|ihy,  son,* thing wrong w  iii th*  * v * ( hitdr* n !*> *1 with un-un w In  w on. an.  sick rot do rn t finding for a ll I* present is an large  leisure cia--  s- all th.'i  for  e blamed din* tin.* vt vo may fee he (](»♦•- Mo  There M Si woman vv ho d a greui .Ie ii w long sav* thai he loves rn*  When von ar** real think of th* et J et se • f phv -I* lait. ! 'ah. ii hi* I «*d von are -htmked that In England th. v . ail th nohlemen. In America truinps.  I he mule -tumid not I •  •"•mg a mule. At the » will waste liny mpatbv for him. Being a u nit fur. for w hat one • , . tbu;k I Lim I here is not an .cithern; u statice * : a man ©v*-r having heel *•« ;. . .need ti-argument. Still if i- pi. a-ui.t to' in your theone- when you fled -erne on*-w Ie* w ill b-ten  " lien women get -o they think they I understand politics arui will discUM the tariff vs itll their hnsbttiida, they w ill liar© un husband* to talk to. Tu-*t imagine a yoni g man w ho had engaged his girl in an animated discussion on jtolituw -topping for a moment aud then telling of hi* love. Such a thing could not occur.  I Statesmen nm;, differ on jaestion* of j->-Iifeconomy, bul I notice that > all agree on the desirability of I. filing : office,  lf the present tendency of the tin;*-continues for u few year* -■ me ent**r-pri-iug daily paja*r will cr* ii*- a -* t*sa-tion by printing the bible a -©rial stop-. IU order to I-** -ar*- ■ f f mushing the reader* with something <• novel and -turtling  It I- all right for von to laugh ut the luau who plant* his potato*-- during the dark of the moon. but a- he i-plauting while you are laughing, he will lo* ahead of *,. * whee the time coni* - for harvesting.  lf - not the fa tiff of your fi sit that the -hoe hurt* it.  Tin re w a.* a great deal of I* gj in the inaii vin. rolled'To-'Fro i-Vr*> bp I *• n-e they .wen* too short. He : * led the people who noticed him.  If some men bud th*- hen that laid the golden egg they would mi-u-e her till sin* would go out on a strike.  III* \%r*l! Hun* Ltiltl aim! sifter.  There is a wonderful well down near I)*.I Norte. It i* an artesian w. ll w it j; an abundant flow of jure water, auf fl cie tit Pi irrig.it** a ct naiderable amount of land, bhat would be enough for any one but u San Luis man. tot this i-mineral water. It i- efferv© cent, v**ry palatably ami extremely  healthful. Nor is this all; th* force of the water brings up from the depth* an occasional lamp of native silverer gold nugget. rh.* frugal tarn,*-! ha* placed a -ack of wire netting over Un month of the well I** * at* Ii the metal And prevent it from choking the co*,,  I,oohI scientist* claim that a' ii great depth aud tinder ©normo is pi**-un the water is washing away a lodge of nick, whose softer jotH* go roto solution. and give tin* water it- mineral qualit **s, but who*© g^ >1*1 and *ilv* r, not lK-ing diflsolved, ar** brought to the surface in a metallic state. J*tk* -l'eak Herald.  silent worship*  A IN*.*' « *.  A clergyman do tor, a prof  Do  lls?"  Yes.  Oil \ • ’ I >:d N.  in < :ir ch irehe*.  fur * Itsp**.  • ii*'* ac *te*l by a i b i t w Ii,, asked  a .bing  san  ,v. A  I  No.’  j * Del von ri cr fe*  I "'ie*.  “Well ssul the * hi-r of the ti** -I iii* th*- JU*—tIOU '(| * !! *  I be clergy mal th a doctor of niediciin “Y.-s,-  I “ I >.d v. >n ei  at last, just in tune t rome up. flush***! ' anti hot, lo reoil th** t*-\L Mode a very J feeble attern j t at preaching. But all vvcre ready to fit vt his words. The i young -mypathi/e*! with him. for he w iv - young. And the *1*1 looked nrt him with a sort of t atef a1 indulgent e. At i the few- w ribs in which fie c< mm«-nd«-*l himself and hts t«* tfi*-ir sympathy ard J ©are th* v broke f >rth into weeping.  I \8d at the foot of tile pulpit, at the I cfi *© of the Mirv ice, ti.** poodle gathered,  J poor ami rich. to • ft* r tr cir right hand.  I. lh ll if' Talmage, in Ladle*' Hume Journal.  agal  thew  ULM  taste a j a  “ I Mil VO!! * V  ".Va,’**  * bbl! TOH »-v  "No, **’  “Ititl von »*v* r siii,*11 it pain  -No,’’'  “l>ni von ever fed a pain ?’  “ Yen."  “''ell, then '* -aid the clergyman, "there are also foiirof th*- -* nr**s against on* uisin th*' I Ic tiou whetbei there la-a porn. And yet. sir, y* ii know that there a pi*.!: and I know that there I-a ho oh" St, Lout* kfpu I >.  I, I* Ur.,rig f*,r ChrlUiMli ti* li«ii<*'  Bishop ' in ©ut,  Kpi-oopal < irch, * rec civ***! a fi tter fr* i nr< mtineat in -<>■ .»-tv subject of dancing. -aid that she bad I ©< Methodist Ch :• h, dancing', at, I. more* v brought in contact dance. She <•■• ti.l . '■ire * 'I dancing, - fi Vincent instr if*  Th.- letter *\ Inc tieat**d the \ evu.g ami com fin beuat  t th* Methodist I < hi* its Iona fume ai a v< mg woman  :* ©Ut!* Jj*< the Tn Ii* i letter st . iii r* el * ed int* • th© yet was fond Of stantlv t ho .lid • pi, as* Buu  tk>u of a it 1  <xrities ire apt aiel point, Phr left* r has rrccxr. >1 pufilieity and parts . I it are here dnceS. Th* Bishop say-'Hie great hon-faccl orat*.r.  I la Abo Mf lh* I iiilv*I Hi ml sr A,  ar*    I  1  e gr* it*--t length <>l th.* brut* I  ,.j>*States from the Atlantic to the Pacific. i be a soli I.    [    on the parallel    of 42 ifegr**©-, is 2,7iiK  • *    iii; < u    j m*!«*e. ami its    gri*at»*-t broa*lth. from  b int I-al*«*l,    rexes, to the m.rthern  l-undarv n* ar    I'em Un a, I,till* miles,  caplan’”    Ih**r rtheru frontier is upward of  iO Hides hi gtfi. the Vfevican. I/o * mile-.  Ill* •■.•■ail c ast, I (I .'lading th** larger indcnlotions. .a estimated at io.blki n . *«, of uhuh b,"i-l are on the Atlantic, lf,lot on the (iulf of Mexico, 2,* 'ISI in ( aliform*. H.UWL* including bavs. and islands, on th© borders of Alaska atnl ft,(IOO on the Arctic S**a.  bile total ar* a is 3 007,084    - j lare  miles, or 3,380,806,5*21 aer©-,  In 17ss."I. the territory ceded bv (treat Britain was«s»nflne*l to the , '" M ;dT'- -ast of the Miasiosippi l!i***r au*i^wv-t of Florida.  Ijoui-iaiia wa- bought from bra-.ce in m kb  I torii I a wa- ce*i**d ly Si ain in l s _*|. Texas was amu let! in I** -4.  ' (regon having l*een yielde*! to (ircat Britain, wa* -«tt!e*l by treaty in Ih ( altfornia was© unjUered fr< in Me-.ii-* if, I s  IT New Mexico added bv tt.vfv  IU I -  New Kagland was settle*! br llngfish I'Httans. New Y > rk bv lAutch. lVnn--yliAiiia by Swede*, a d bv English ami (>©rt an-, bn. rid- or (,'ua!..-:- . Mal - la *t by Kit git-ti TI mail < ail,, fit I'elaware and N* w Jersey bv Dutch, Swed**s. ami English; Virginia bv Bugfish cavaliero, the ( arolma- in j*art bv br. ich Huguenot-, I.oui-i.v . and Mfcliigan bv Frtiuh. florida Teva- r     and    Ca.don,la by .Spanish, Utah by  ■'     1    r     |    Mormons, chiefly    from England,    'Voles  j    . ||    nod • Denmark.  * j    I    *    I The Senate is    c** rn po I*-I    of    two senc-  > pot TrfaffiaTt 0 ”'    ulioaco    br the —  _    .    ,    legislature  .-pre** novel-  th th- e I  fi rep- * tin t* w nae, un less I her to do s.*. he w rot** ,*i - il>_* ct ii. a ti, manner. H;-  epfi  ugh  la  the  'Ult  "• lister. .Ii*-*; a-ke I wh*  • lance, re j, Iud    "I ha*  ©mntgb. M  'J hacker.,*, th*  i-t, has writt* ii “ "hen a mao confessed I iii, “ .J , ,    /  Uimtelf fond of dancing I aet him down i‘ V .    *     rtt,lkUn    Wfore    tU ‘  iu*\(^ati u, Ii  ■itu'e I >ej*arti W'ht wits organ-  as a fool.” Alfred ( ,©veland (.'■ \e.  Episcopal Bishop of Nev. York, baa -aid' Alas, that women j role—ing t«i follow Christ and godliness -b*- ifil not rally for the hor, r of their -ex and drive the*© shameful dances from v© cict .** (.ail Hamilton lias written "'The Ikn.g it, of its vary nature, unclean rind caam t fie washed* The verv I •>“© «*f th** j artjfs s igge-ts .rup ;nty.“ llisboj) \ Hi *c**,t a1- * quota* one of the  A senator must lie thirty v* ar- old, anda representative at least twentv-  tiva years old. The t. rms ar** six and  two yea s respective!**.  lh*' House i»f Representatives «s n-si-1s if ope or more Knibers fr rn each Slate, el ©ct*** I by th** people m *• qual election district-.  l h** lii-tnet of Columbia, fi 8at*wl on 1- th -ides of the Potomac, was ceded to the I lilted States by Maryland ami •d in I Tiki as the  g '*• deli, a«*y nod lit with the great-  I Hot#** < »fi*  most fair fiiraJe-i of ( <>?i^r»'^» f tonal pm- | \ Uv 1     States    I  tt»rs in NVu f    \kiio    >a\s,    ^Faah-    i     U  #  KI    an   ion at) k 1  'lances an non i*r*j ... ..r.,  !  ***  n * Koverniiieut. revolting to every f«*ei| pm- i i* t v and ate frau). eat I long©r to millions.  Ill his own opinion and of his own I    HY    ottfi©    i're*|.  ?ei.it savs ■ “It * was aU.h-luid throughout the I mon bv un amendment to the Constitution ad (pled In . ember I\^b8*>5.  \ a-ka waaijur bu *-• i from Bussia in 18 f  i. for ii /HJO.Dot*, and 1 ar govern-in*;.ii aas already received that sum  ti i "• the*' cal tishcrii v.  home, wuahwl aud c-omt*©*! for aixpjrer,  Mon KY to a man plant, only useful a-  likc water to a  long as it pro-  mn,    un    —    *k|*|,    |»***in,    *.tt*_, (tseitll ll e-i • a- ll too  «A«di mtpceiwig a --adding    Bi*! tuev . motes aud fe*ul»twte gmw»if like the  No, for I was a l*>v once, water in the figiutuiii or water in tti** s v« rn*© k.». -ii tank, lo op it flow ing, and it hie-sen  get it? ,    ..    _    __  'Van it wicked? No. They have all been better Imys -iuct* and FII venture  keepK stagnant, and ii injur*  ' ' in c li«*ar that I play w itll if but the da i <u<ton. It's rn us* C"  • ii., Im,, ..  knowledge, Bishop is nut th*' rattle on, borh**.' d of a snake  A chilli ttiigh  tv trr© mrt; c fang ami th© and tendenc count. Now, jn * he tai at a,,me jau-’it a j i V* i-e aud good I © II I* written, taught, and lf has hcim -a I thing** nr© pur©, tell. f~H*©, n et (tow nmtiv  Bet ties* lance wh >  «vastiest, e *tis ist* rd <  sirtni *t) coils*. i au bs*  81 arefy wa- abolished Jannarv IHil’l, in the insurrectionary State- ©xcentin Tennessee ami j*art of Virginia ami l.ouihiana. bv j>r<K*Ianiation ut file Presi*  , .1,...*    »...i       ■    ------  av*: "It in the neigh-  i' *‘**ts t<».  The ilatice •r i- in ti.** sJciatu ,ris  into the :    _    .   ____  UCI © must j    X    St    I,a*, |*r«*Ii* '•ta lull,  SO many , "How c** I she is!'* ex donned Mr Kn-not has** jonof admiringly, ut he watche«l the I against, j «larinp female trap**/** j i nformer at the purr all {circus.  “Ye*, snapped Mr Kaj ne-. J ■ngrrr-^Tiby WIP'(fed abu.* J aTm-t.  Almost anybody could be c. who de didn’t have any more of a c<> very word j than she has."- -So mer Ville Jo    .  would  preach  a!ss; wht? arn the tr 4 ’ ire there" ill th© humble,  >r her   

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