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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                RISTIAN WORK IN INDIA NOVEMBER Interesting Discussion of the Pen tecost IT Sow York Trlbunen Crltlctum Ke rfVwod aud tlie Kacta Field In Surely iclpe for tlie Xhe Sv VorkTribune prophesi Pentecost will uot succeed in jjs mission to where he hopes to lead some of the learned Hindoos to jnst This is argued on the ground he is a good revivalist and that the qualities that make him such will jjafaj him a poor missionary to the high gste npouwhom a rhetorical Brocket seruiou that would set a ump meeting wild will have less than M effect at That is to such a jjnnoii will cause them to look with contempt on a religion which seeks thus jopropasiite itsdt1 Those who know Peiinicost bust know how wide of ijiieiiiiirk is sucli a criticism of his ser Onr contemporary uses the in odaital dejuirtnre of Pentecost to Ttad missionary societies i severe are told that not ouljshould the verr best men in the Christian ministry be sent to such countries as but tefore going even they sliould undergo i Ion course of special training in order TO ft Jhem for their difficult and deli cate trort Sow this is just what the Chris tian church has It has sent out nany of iu very best men to man its foreign mission We are encom about with a great cloud of wit the United States aud other countries have sent to heathen lands some of their most cultivated and cultured of the profonndest as well as of the just burning zeaL They have had all training that could be given them at and they have gone out feeling jhatthey had much to and have studied the heathen where alone the heathen can be properly his move soil aud amid his native sur We owe to missionaries our lest and most thoroughly reljable infor mation concerning the religious beliefs If all the records that iave been made by Christian mission aries to 1ureigu lauds could by any means be blotted out and all the pages that have been written as the results of ihe studying of these records could be the knowledge that would be left ns might almost be put into a column of The Xew York It is because ihe missionaries have become so thor oughly conversant with heathen religions and languages that they nave again and again been sought or diplomatic and for the ad ministration of commercial Such honors have for the most declined and ignored by Their reply has been that of Neheiniah am doing a great so that I can not come If one would know the the whole and nothing but the to tar as it is at all known con cerning heathen he must seek for light from missionary learn from our oracle that the churches keep their best preachers at iomeforthe parishes in the big and that they send anybody who can be persuaded to go to convert the It is certainly a libel of the order to intimate that the Christian church has sent forth its poor ml material to the heathen Such amesasthoseof David of Frederick tlie learned and saiutly the Steward Jackson and the who started the Delhi ffiaion John Henry Bishop Sar William presi dent of the Church of Scotland JEssion arr Institute at Calcutta Thomas Wake of the United Jlethodist Free scores and hundreds of equal ly are a sufficient protest against a It is certain that aMreschewsky had some knowledge of tteMadras tongue and was a learned man Then hetranslated the Old Testament that The Henry tue Francis Hanson Bishop Biione are to be regarded as ra of Bishop Williams and missionaries to conie under the same ite Presbyterian Church in this coun Jy has sent forth a noble band of men to foreign John with his Sunuupbi James Hepburn with his Japa James with his theology in to be similarly Transla olthe Bible in whole or in jrocanoua and scientific books issued Presbyterian Missionary j frttits of missionary y riske and Leva Parsons proved workmen needing not to in Van translated the Scriptures into ic which has been con dassic by Arabic oil has done more in the Land Book to give us faithful pict of foreign life than any other au w was a foreign So iRvi the translator of into The linguistic and productions of inission the various countries of the beeu by of class of s uiuch to the consecrated well as the Christial zeal of terian where st has achieved a medical w which has given biin an hon Mion among the physicians of L William Hep founder of the Medi liocietyiii China H0ne 1U f Of no board of missions g shamed on the score of learn a t WC umnot Pretend to mention Sis iof the rames of learned mis I leaTl i eone forth Preacu I u e gospel in heathen whose faith probably snflaoj a Whether or u n couudeniWe trjtuig a HIM Wils the unless labo the plainest nre too human fai Brown in One less at One less at homo Ouelessatlioinel A sense of loss tnat meets us a place unfilled and dSotato And faraway our coiniiu to One more in heaven One Jess at liome1 One more in One more at home of the China while on one of his itiner at a small pool near the Sacred mountain to watch a I fforously hammering the 8tfw A crowd of sug on had just scooped the either drinking the I ana crowd stood IScUi S TLc wissionaiy asked he was and After he had beaten the water Honld S08 And snre enough it as an intermittent n toW the man ust the and tried and SronP uwmd of Jesns at uf succeeded so weU that the Our sight of Christ is our love But Is home in One less on earth Its its sorrow and ils toil to share One less the pilgrims dally cross One more the crown of ransomed souls to wear At home in heaven One more fa beaten Another thought to brighten cloudy Another theme for thankfulness and Another hnk on high onr souls to raise To home and heaven Oue more at home That home where separation cannot That home where none are missed eternallr Lord grant us all a place with At home in heaven LittelTs Living SPARKS FROM We must use means as Avell as suppli If a man has eveuingpravers asking for aud then sits down to a full supper of indigestibles at 11 oclock at his prayer is a A man has no right to pray for the safety of his family wliPu he knows there is m cover on the The moment yon begin to explain away the miraculous and supernatural you surrender the supernatural Take the suiiernatural out of the Bible and jou make it a collection of fables in prefer ence to which 1 choose They are what they pretend to be Ingenious little children sometimes tell von with a few they can spell a very large With tliree let ters I can spell With three etters I can spell With iiree letters I can spell With hree letters I can spell With three letters 1 can spell Sin That is the cause of all our rouble That is the cause of our tronble for the The difficulty is that you are not wili ng to be ordinary gold you want to be old of twentyfour Yon see some extraordinary Christian and If 1 could only be such a man as that Yon do not know his Some distance below Niagara the water s placid it says nothing about the rapids writhing among the rocks and he fall of 164 So there are Chris ian experiences floating placidly before You envy this but you lo not realize the fact that that man has gone through many rapids of and may have had a violent fall Tlie Abolishment of Paul in his Second Epistle to Timothy ells him that Jesus bjhis ap rearing iu our world as a hath abolished and hath brought ife and immortality to light through the H It is said in he Epistle to the Hebrews that much then as the children are partakers of flesh and he Christ also him self likewise took part of the that through death he might destroy him that had tlie power of that is the aud deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime sub ject to bondage These passages contained good iiewa for Death has been styled the king of No merely physi cal event in our earthly history is so ter rible as that of In what aud to what ex tent is it true that by his ap pearing and through has abolished death and also delivered them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to Christ in dying as a in rising from the and in ascending in his humanity into is a living illustration and practical demonstration of the fact that death is not the absolute extinction of He survived this as to his entire including body and and lived after and is still The fact of notwithstanding his own ia stamped upon the human ele ments of his It is true that he bowed his head in death on the but it was only to live again as the risen and ascended and as the triumph ant conqueror over death and the gnve The bands of death did not and could not hold and did not and could not extinguish The gospel of Clirist to which Paul refers as the medium through which life and immortality are brought to light declares that what was true of him in his survival of is and wiU be true of all his He conquered death for himself and for them andas he lives so will they also live in virtue of the union between him and A contemporary revives a good story of Beecher s shrewdness and wit in meeting a hypothetical the celebrated prayer meetings mouth church inquirer suppose here was a man who had never professed who did not attend any evangelical but who was pure in a land band and an upright nian a public spirited a benevolent helper of the poor and needy what do you think be come of that man when he diedT responded the lean wherever that man wishes would follow vember 20 ana five days date of sa le f fonflcents onethird fare round plus nno admission tourists Tickets on sale to all winter No trouble to answer quesuon Call at 103 Jefferson SECRET SOCIEIY What is Going On Among the Var lous PROPOSED PVTH1AX CASTLE AT Ihe upper 120 by SO is to be useil as a lodfre room for the four of P lodges in this with a banquet hall parlors reception In one wind of the building will be located the hwul quarters of the grand lodge also the city On the door of the other wins will be a large arniorv for the use of the uniform rank of the and one local military The rt naming wing of the building is beiui lie foliated for by one of the leading medical colleipK of the If not used for that purpose it will up for ollices or other as may be deemed This building will cost about Suiiinmry I Below is given the standing of each jurisdiction ou June us officially reported by Supreme Recorder vith the net gain or loss made during May y Those gaining arc as follows 35 12 73 99 Wiscon SI ISO 14 421 473 Oregon und 93 289 GO New 84 134 Those sustain ug losses iS 5 New 231 149 34 Call New 9 This leaves a total net gain of Ontario shows the greatest gain aud New York the heaviest There were members admitted during the mouth of were were 179 died and U2 leav ng the membership on June 1 at Supreme Recorder of the has issued bis financial state ment for the month ending July 1 n that date the balance in the general und was in the beneficiary in the relief and in he Unchurch memorial On June 1 the California grand lodge had balance of in its beneficiary up to that date had levied thirteen as sessments for the In the same period he New York and Tennessee crand lodges levied fourteen assessments making the California grand lodge fourth highest in this The membership of the California grand lodge n June 1 was There was one assessment in five two in thirteen and three in seven during the month of June uriug the same month there were ew members 155 died and GO The total amount paid on death losses ince the organization of the order to Jan ary was he Which Is He Itullt at The plans for the Odd Bellows home at Worcester have been ompletcd and acccptiil by the propirr ofli They proviife for a main building Kl by WJ separated by a lire wall au L in the rear Jill by IU The rncture will be four in tlilt of brick and brmvn will have a ower in front fiet ami turrets at ttch The interior linish will be of A conspicuous feature of the bouse be a wide veranhi 44 feyt built brick and with heavy piers sup orttng tlie As plauneii the building ill contain iiiing room and suitable closets and pau smoking rKini and a large numlier of with suitable quarters for the uperinteudent and The sub criptions so far amount to over has over Odd Pel Pennsylvania has DS3 with a Membership of The grand lodge of Indiana at its recent ession voted toward erecting a home ir old and helpless members of the One hundred and ten applicants to the hicago Odd Fellows association ithin a few been provided with Eight Rebekab degree lodges of Illinois ave surrendered their it by the grand masterindicating that e did not want any deadwood in Maine has 123 lodges and gain of and paid out for relief There are 32 Rebekah with membership of a gain of ORDER OF THE EASTERN if Mnmmis the They Have tinder Masonic law women cannot par cipate in any of the rites and ceremonies A lodge to which female rela ves of Masons are eligible jeen Order of the Eastern its distinctive This order has for its Let oman ever prove herself womans truest Its badge is the pentagonal o one can become a member of the order nless she is a sister or rife of a In New York city alone he membership is Mrs Eliaa Dem rest is the grand matron and Chris ana Bntwrick The names hosen for the different chapters are most ttractive for Queen Morn Miriam and LatireL Of the latter chapter Abbie Hays worthy matron and Elizabeth 4ner At the installation of of this chapter an especially inter trif and by a v djstmgu shown white Martha typifies uuilevuiting faith in the hour of trial her aie green whose color is fcjmbolues patience and submission under wrong A Ine rayed Howl star these colors with which the five su tere have been invested lo the arder of the order presented a door within a an emblem jPfate admonition that unity arm harmony are essential to the welfare of the The prime object of tbe Order of the tastera Star to dispense to uur sisters advice in their sympathj in tneir aid iu their orthy matrons are admonished never to close a chapter without Are any of our members sick and in need of sympathy or assistance An effort is always made tocultivate the social to moke the meetings home for the sake of those who are not blessed with and who are perhaps far from sister or but who know that the chapter they will meet witlMi cordial welcome from their adopted and who on that account will feel encouraged to withstand The sisters are content lo move in wom ans true shedding light itUdark eued comforting the uiirsiug the sick and relieving Che dis Among the grand matrons of this order are Augusta New Jer sey Indiana Gris Alice Arkansas California Kan sas Iowa Con Tho Lute tlio Old est Mason in tho United David who died recently nt was undoubtedly the oili est Freemason iu the United was initiated as a master Mason by Sylvan lodge at on March seventyfour years He was greatly attached to and often re called the dark days that fell upon the brotherhood during the Morgan excite He was born in Chenango X ou March and consequently had entered his ninetysixth He was married iu The grand master of England hosgranted tvurrauts for sixteeu new lodges since March Two urn located iu sight in the provinces and six iu districts Tliree of the latter are in the Australasian colony of one iu oue in Newfoundland aud one at Illinois has ITS chapters anil a membership of twentytwo coun cilsof masters with a member ship of liftyIive cumtnanderies of Knights Templar and membership Iu Germany many Masonic temples are built in the outskirts of aud are stir rounded by beautiful During the year many entertainments of different kinds are given for the enjoyment of Ma sons und their made when asked concerning the that if Ma soury uever accomplished anything else but the protection it throws around the female relatives of Masons it is worth all it The Xew South Wales hoard ot general purposes has just suspended a of one of the lodges for two years on account of disorderly conduct and profane Ian guage in In Alabama there are 4Si clergymen who are members of the Musouic frateruitv The report of the grand treisurer of Xew Brunswick shows that at the begin ning of the year he hitd ou hand that he received during the year for in and from thegraud secre a total of The expenditures were for interest redemption of ordinary ex penses of grand making a total of and leaving a balance on band April of The Keystone contains the following of Clyde Manu desires information of his son Frederick George who left London some seven years ago for where he was last heard His grandfather has left him KNIGHTS OF All In ItroMitr Seven lluii ilrtl rounds Various llitiisun Craig is undoubtedly tlie ivaviirst man upon whiim the three ranks if the unier have ever bien The Knight He was lioru in mva and his place of residence He weighs iu the neiiih Thood of 700 He came to join the order at Philadelphia through au ac juuiutance with Georjjc of Adher iil and with rtythive ou On April lie presented with a gold iedal by Adherent lodge is being the member of the Craigs killed at the battle of iiiuker His grandfather ou his mothers side was Hanson foti general of the United States The grand lodge of Ohio levies a per capita tax of lifty cents per annum upon its one month Differ the close of the grand lodge session lispeusations were issued for seveu new has 005 knights aud five Baliner of rightly deserves its It wits organized list through the elTorts of with a charter membership of about two which number bus been in creased by frequent additions until it now about three and no lodge in uhe order can boast ofa more worthy mem The order is growing famously at Zanes There are Pythian Knights ia Kan sas City aud thirteen A lodge of Knights of Pythias is now organized at Xew South AMERICAN LEGION OF The Ninth Call for of the Order at the Present The ninth call for 1S90 American Legion of Honor contains 70 in Xew 5 each in Texas and 4 each iu Mississippi and Xew 3 each iu Ohio and 2 each in Xorth South Penn sylvania and and 1 each in Mas Rhode Alabama and Hawaiian Dhe largest amount contributed by a de ceased companion was by John a sixth degree member of Coun cil of L admitted to the order March at 01 years of died July The smallest amount con ributed was by Xellie a first degree member of Council of New York city admitted to the order April at 24 vears of died July Amount received in benefit fund from itssessments and all other sources tip to July was ince on assessments relief ad duced and returned to benefit fund since ast Total pavments from organization to uly paid on 51 paid on 19 delayed paid for relief bal ance on hand Massachusetts hod but one death on he September that of Elizabeth a charter member the of South Boston Thus council has ko lost its F Gilbert To stop a New fork doc tor If external the best means s sualljpressure either with the fingers or ome Mud of a Before binding up a wound It should be an as tringent as Ponds Extract should used to ESist the contraction of the Mood If the Weeding Is Internal Ponds Extract can THE BELIESOF LONG AGO Lillia Devereux Blake Tells of Fai Ones of Other Mua Emllr of llontoii Klizabctl Murla Lud of Kew L York Octavla ofNetv In a vision of fair wouin the beanti fnl belles 1 remember myself or who have been described to me by mother and graudniother reach back a century First ou the list is the famous Emilj of Her picture and a sketch or her life appeared in a recenl and 1 will only add here u anecdote related of her by my grand Miss Marshall was an exquisite with fair hair worn in natura and a skin tinted like a peach was one day walking on New her white dress trimmed with blue a wide straw hat shading her lovely when a sailor hurried up to her and asked her to please tell him where to find ihe Bat charming sweetness she gave the information and walked To her surprise at the nest corner met the same who asked the suina Thinking she had not spoken she again pointed out the direc tion more distinctly and strolled At the third corner she once more met the who breathlessly put the thrice repeated This time the young lady said in sur prise 1 have twice answered that Did you not understand I he an but I would run round a block all day if I could see your pretty face at the 4 He had made the circuit of three sides of the square while she had walked merely in order to gaze again on her The beautiful Elizabeth of who married Jerome Bona the brother of the great must have been a radiant young creature at the time of her She was a veritable daughter of the divine ly tall and most divinely Her hair was her eyes her complexion cream Her figure was and all the graceful outlines were plainly disclosed by the costume of that The extreme of the empire dress was then short of with skirt reaching only to the and so scant that there was just room to step in Her wedding dress was of thinnest India heavily En tirely without it clung to every curve of her exquisite young as the underclothing was of the scantiest it was of only long garment of mnlL A cousin of my mothers who was present at the when what the bride said I could have put all the clothes she had on in my waistcoat It should be remembered that the waistcoat of that day had more generous pockets than the vest of Yet never since classic times has any cos tume so scant ofdrapery been So let us think of the beautiful girl as lovely a vision on her wedding morn as has greeted mortal eyes since the days of her thus rather than as the deserted whose long life was shadowed to its last hour by the sorrows that wrecked her early Quite of a different type was Maria of Xew a laugh captivating coquette who reigned iu the early half of the Golden haired and bine she was one of those beings who set all men aflame that see drawing masculine creatures to her is inevitably and as blindly as the scintillating flash of the electric light lures all that flies to She was oure visiting at a country seat on the Hudson in the summer daVs of more than fifty years ago Of course every young man within the sphere of her influence was more or less in love with but there were Tom and staying at an adjoining place who ivere especially under her One morning it was proposed by the girls in ihis family that they should make up a little excursion and that some one should go over and invite At once Tom and Sam were both on their ready to perform the pleasant duty of escorting Each regarded he other with jealous and as nei her would let the other go alone they a side smlille on a horse aud started leading the Tlie girls left beliind wondered how he fair Maria would manage to keep the peace between her two lovers and al nost feared some angry outbreak but by and by the trio coming slowly down the woodland the sunlight and shade flickering over the jretty Bushed face of the who was seated on the while on either side f her walked Torn and be each man was radiant with happi ness How had she managed to content them both Her waiting friends took the first opportunity to question her she it was very yon is a quiet fellow and Tom is a great so 1 chatted with and that made him but I let who was on the other side of the hold my pretty Maria Her gay career cut uofc by the orange flow ered gates of but by the cold portals of the She died while yet in the flush of her youth and and many a manly tear fell on her In the course of time most of her lovers forgot her and were consoled by but Sam a bachelor through many long years for her Perhaps the most remarkable belle that our country ever produced was Oc tavia of New A small with plump figure and expressive dark she had no especial good and yet probably no girl ever queened it as absolutely as she Miss Walton has come was informa tion that threw men into a and wherever she went she was surrounded by a crowd of It was said that her father was repeat edly offered free accommodations at the hotels of fashionable watering because wherever he came with his fascinating daughter an air of unmis takable fashion was given to the and so many young men would flock thither that the success of the establish ment would be What was the secret of her charm Flowers strewed her way attentions of all sorts were lavished upon It was said that she received a hundred offers of marriage What was the subtle mag netism that made her outshine all other women She was uot beautiful es vittj Mj mother once asked d cousin who ntterlj devoted to her what wja the that made Miss Walton so attractive He thought moment with puzzled andithen I dont unless itis that she i so good This was probably the explanation o the She was a woman of grea amiability and exquisite She knew how to make the people about her happy how to say the right thing to each per aud was remarkably On one occasion ou board a when she had half a dozen adorers iu attend she left them all to sit for an hon beside thereclming chair of an invalid to while away a little of his suffering with her bright After several years of belleship iliss Walton married and was for a long time a social Then the war deprived her of her and her later years were troubled with struggles hut to the very last she retained the charmof manner that made her famous Susan of was another celebrated southern belle before the was not es peciaUybeantifuL As shesaidof her she wjis not but had lots of Her figure was gray eyes sparkled with intellect and she had admirable taste in But it was as a wit that she especially and hei bon mots were quoted far and Few of them They were of the events of the as sparkling and as evanescent as thu bubbles that dancec on the waves of the bay in those van ished In the days when Charleston was the leading city of the aud the St Cecilia balls were the events of the sea before the war had come to destroy the ancienne regime of southern as Miss Sue aud afterward as Henry this brilliant woman was a During the war and for some years later Olive of and Emily of each famous is being the most beautiful woman in her Sea son after season these two rad ant women were each the sover eign of her own Hiss Gross beck was tall and with dark hair and Miss Schomberg wis of with round fig blue eyes and brown one reigning as a stately the other winning as a finished woman of the The years went Scores of suitors wooed and still they remained nn visiting the watering places in the summer anil queening it in the cities in the It seemed as if each was reluctant to resign the scepter she had swayed so but matrimony at last caught them in its silken and the crown of fair maidenhood was re signed for the bridal LIUJE DEVEIIEUX Suuietliiit for Old Undoubtedly marriage is the natural and appropriate condition of She wants and needs a husband to and children to aud a home to be attached as a female bird requires a nest full of eggs or of and a proud and faithful mate on a contig uous branch of a tree to render her com pletely Nor can it be denied that many old maids are is their as pickles fresh from the strongest vin Probably it is because they have so Little to we should owing to the want of sufficient duties on which to expend all their vigor and They do and it may as well be to take to scandal somewhat as ducks take to yet we look upon that as a minor point in considering their character and Wo do doubt very much whether the world would be as well off it1 there were lot old maids iu In Their bosoms dwell some of the most benevolent hearts in the Was not Florence Nightingale an old maid What married woman ever did as not only for the good of the soldiers of but for the im irovernent of the as she And if she had had a stalwart a luxurious home and a house nil of who would ever have leard of her outside of the walls of her own at the limits of her own visiting York Ledger Shes lo I mean the generous Hay it to her charge that this mother breaks herself tf he will uot stop to She toils God pity how grand is her love of us all why did you not ask your ight footed daughter to run up stairs and et that box for drag your llessed weary feet up there at the close of a day when you have walked more than ixteen miles about the house I say you are to You are old enough to know You do know But ons might as well talk u rose and forbid t to breathe out fragrance and Why o you not ask John to get up and open the window What if he is reading his paper n would gladly do it if you asked it Tohn loves you but it is not a mans na ure to think of small senices in behalf of lis loved us it is a womans man is always when j is told what he can He feels like dcking Himself that he did not perceive he necessity of his action yet he is thank I if he be at all York Of Where llother Is A mother of a family has no right to ease to be a companion to her husband imply at the dictates of her ourse the children will have the t nd there will be times when the mother leart must stand night and Bat you are to if you let this go too When my wife is invited by go to a concert and she says earl Im too Take Kittie It makes IB It Time was when she id not refuse my Didnt jily last coolly propose that I take iittie on my trip west and show her Niagara shes never seen when I had proposed to take her ired self away and give her a rest of two weeks from all the in eed Ill take the child to Niagara at the roper time if I Niagara will eep till her husband takes her there on a blamein U But how can I tell her so She would only burst into complain of er hard lot and break me all fork PRACTICAL ROAD Some Useful Hints From Men Undetstand the Roiid Agitation In the the Konun Iluva Built They Should Aiivaya be Kept Good on jfo mprovea farms or itood Ity t John OI i EoUY J V Caaoler previous article told what Thomas of East thinks about the effect of improved roads on land Nsvins is i practical builder of roads as wellas a man who knows how to turn them to and the facts which follow are gathered from a conversation with New Jersey has about as fine a sys tem of broken stone roads as there is in the United about 600 The Telford phui has been adopted I has proved its superiority over theMacadaai Tlie you consists of merely spreading broken stone on an earth foundationThis would be all right if it were not for frost But Mnuro Assistant Cashier IE SAMS Corner Odd Fellows liuildiniT le close of Juiv nd ly 2SH4968 63 f nul it semiannual will when the road has been well soaked by itaesswlth our or when a lively thaw LIAJr heavy follows a heavy the foundation is p sure to soften and let the surface stones sink into Then repairs have to be made by putting on more broken The next year the frost and rain do their work again and more broken stone must be This is kept up until enough stone has been sunk in the road to make a firm when a good road is The Telford system includes a solid stone foundation in the first place and requires fewer repairs and really costs less in the What is the average cost of a well built Telford road say from 90 cents to per square Thecost of largely upon how near the building inateriTds are to the scene of A road sixteen feet wide is about right for most farming That allows plenty of room for big loads of to pass each otherandallows for the increased traffic which is sure to come with the added prosperity brought to a community by road A road sixteen feet wide and twelve nches deep costs on the average about a A road six inches deep can be built for a but the a mile saved in first cost is more han made up for by added cost for re pairs and the great difference in en This question of by the is one that ought never to be over It should be considered as care rnlly as the building of the roads in the irst No matter how well you raild your they will go to pieces in a comparatively short time if left to EY AT LAW OTAET rait Claims a lie departments at Washlng ers dying1 or woonda or di3T i the service are entitled to 3 soldiers who enlisted before nany claims are still enon all such claims and tbe ffersoa ake aire of On the other they will pretty nearly The best way to do u seems to is l save to Buffalo and or a community to advertise for bids to New for repairing its roads for a long term of and to Boston The contract should nd e carefully drawn with explicit THE ADVAIT and of to he lowest Among the provis ons should be one providing that incase the contractor fails at any time to keep STEil OF THROUGH FIRST LASS BAT COACHES AOT NING CARS T IJSE an grven mile of road in good condi3STON ASD sinvESSLASTM as per he shall forfeit he pay for repairing that mile for the NSARB LIGHTED BT entire quarter during which the offense rjrxixe Then inspectors should he apiOUGH nr EHHEK DISEO pointed to carefully examine the roads every month or These inspectors houldhaveno reOTlar time of visitation rat should visit nf fhL AEGE rOK FAST TIME LTE AST SLEEPIXO CAE3 TO LCCO3DIODATIOSS AFFORD roads at irregular and unexpected hns acting as a wholesome check on the tickets and reser to your local ou connecting ooCiTY TICKET BK and Dearborn AOT HICAGO LERS1 GUIDE uu tickets These inspectors in an cars apply tc my be in the pay of the Ihe importance of making long repair is easily The sav ng stitch in time saves nice ap plies to roads as well as to anything Oue load of if put on the roadus soon as the need for it becomes will go further than six loads vonld after a few months Con ractors will recognize this fact and see o it that the roads are kept in first class ondition all the providing their outracts run long enough to make them he losers from It is fair to estimate the cost of re lairs ou a good Telford road at about a mile per Aud couldnt le better invested than in keeping a mile if good road in Union has sixtysix miles of Telford and apS mrlington t costs a year to keep in In there are twentvfive miles of dirt road and it costs a to throw dirt ou them and keep hern in a state of muddv md dusty Summitconld mt down eightfoot wide macadam and it in repair for twentyfive years or what she pays for keeping up her dis eputable dirt This will apply more or less exactly to every other phice hat clings to the old mud holes and ravel ridges and calls them I in favor of convict labor n the it must be well direct I have had men working as fore men for me for twenty years whom 1 wouldnt trust to take charge of build ng a iriced man Its better to get a high direct operations and vJ ave a good road as the result than it is 10 get a cheap man and have a poor my idea of how to build a To Clean Kid Aeothcr method of cleansing kid gloves j to use pouring it into a deep Put the gloves on the and ip one hand at a time in the wet ing the glove then rub it uicklywith a soft dry Tho rub ing must be done very quicklyor tha love will look Should there be any spots that were not the first dipping and rnb ing wet a corner of the cloth and rub he soiled part till it becomes In using such volatile articles as chloroform and ether the rubbing houldbe done very that the stain maybe removed before the liquid Maria Parloa in also be used to 2 A Tlcketa Chicago via the Burlington nd Quincy railroad for the American at stock show on sain November 12 and 4 and 17 to 21 Inclusive Good to return vo days from date of One and onethird fare for the round plus 50 cents for an admission cket to the The above applies from points hree hundred miles of Chlcag good Telford road is about The foundation should be eight inches deep and should consist of well sledged and joint broken set on with the flat edge down to give a good bearing On this should come three inches of three inch broken stone of good clean and of a uniform de gree of there should come a layer of inch and a half and a small amount of red rth clay for binding A half inch estibnted Trains between in lam pm Opic ipm 0am tam Oam I 1JOKlp m 855 am LoOam SiSJOpzn Going f 3 Iv 4 8 265pi at Kansas m 11 ngton i Sam IBS Pooria P m 118 a Mmr Baplds S son Street 1 K1IS ntwJ S p m sjn Antifr nJon fcami rr Oanite Spmillv ipmUlv am tarumrton East Ko am am am pm am am eolcuk Sc NorthwwternJ Going Going North a nc mciaUoiVAcwmoa ot stone screenings orscreened gravel on depart five tons nor more than ten f The road should have an inclination their luzvu from center to sides of one foot for every fe Pgllmaa thirty feet of ROAD AGITATION IN THE F i A letter on HiBhway Improvement from TraUlinth8 WOlH Hurry or Xew Over That the agitation in favor of provement of public roads is not con fined to the north is shown by the letter given from Harry of New Hodgson is thor oughly conversant with the execrable conditionof country and knows what the roads of the time should His remarks are therefore worth He says There is no subject which has attract more public attention throughout the United States than that of improved public a sajl commentary that those really most concerned take so little in terest in matter so cloaely connected value of and rapid t theiajteutionJoei   

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