Burlington Hawk Eye, November 23, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 23, 1890, Burlington, Iowa HAWK-EYE. established p.fiis IO the Union Seen by of His Country. I ii.!.- “    Kfvoli'.tloii .1 erin ot A    ''»»"«*■ l.ri.*n. » :A« valley I    - • ‘ xhe Next revi!. Thi upon SlrelA-lH'J ^wtiito viipi.r at “>*<J ll par, fo:ni. I now ti. I,('I.I ;i h(>avy so!ii(< (iisiaiu'c. risiiur s cradiialiv dissipated""',, ” — - •■iintMrtv plilil sirettdi.'d ..ill ll'<,i t> ' K*!"'* ^''''    —    Itir^ntist, an engineer, civil TiiechaDic countries iia> wurid ' laHundi*pn d t    an    architnct,    a    blacknmftli Africa and Ainri,- r 'i'"!-''. Asia,    ‘    ‘"^^dents    Among    ur simply a bachelor or nuisior ..f a^ts. tossing hei v.cen Fnnu.,.'Hills of Ithaca    !    science    or    letter-, iiillows af F- All.,,',.*''    Cornell    is    rich    and    has    all    the    funds ll I |'V/’’^p/\\r rn    ~    ~~     —---—-    .---    ...    ---^__ —IOWA. SENDAV AIQRNING, NOVE.MHEK 2:?, IHIK)—EKHLT HAGES. CORNEIL UNIVERSITY. scieniilic fanner, a photographer, a carpenter, a physicist, a chemist. a phinaft-cist, aiientist, an engineer, civil TnechaDic of Kansa.s City, instincts, L vi'ucra-and who M-.    . -jv of pi'-irioiu tji,. American hag and ah it fk Oils kindly sent th(> Tilt; £vV fur publication an article th.- lat civil war. It whicl'. cam.- to I Carlile hU'VK- '.jjisbea b.-forc ::.rpu ob til be vision ,r,i Washinittun in that dismal win-o,er.'“*    \-„iu,v    i-'nrcrc    wln-n    despair at Valley Forg. '■• '.^rly'Citied upon every patriot heart l id whicii Washington retained ■*    fa    th w h.ich was heaven [isharu^n ana „a. H.’:re th. •re k'l-- f nr-^t civil y\'hich of it u‘lf would alma,.t ac-..aTort!'-' strange vision ilia: can.e to Vbe story has adaed interest now .eitvAiis publish.-d aflt-r the tirst rii to America had pass.*d and re the other two had accured. Since ,pub!;.Si'ion tin- 'st^cmd peril, tile war. so accurately and vividly ,^ved before its occurrene.o has geueotiib'-’’*''!' ■Xb^lhird pei:-: 'vha. .s K. * ne au--•eo' vi-uin -eems to picture the 'f”*rrations of the world pitted against if Cflited S-ates; •■hordesof armed men, mlvi: g Avith tile eioud, marched by *. i .rd -ai'-i'd by sea to America." 'V.viu'c? Washingt.'u says. in the .'sion. that the mys-b.'inc exelaim.-d:    --Son of , pii:' th:    end    of a century ^ )ok ami learn!" And he saw . r., a vivniiy described in the OI tnis sirange narrative. I 'en-nry" may reasonably ..J OI tie inno. What doe.- it [, I. t th.- date of th.- last tiual ,> of til.-iies’poFsms of the world, ,. a.ei" .'ingt'r tliey turn up/on tile ppuhi • and ill one grand aud des-• t,' .limn iiCii elTort seek to ovc-r-;• and l l i-i p'daf form-of govern-Ar*' we upon the.-.e of a mighty .vh'i'h the present in’t-T-se .'. .im.ini poli.'ies I- uiuy ur:i’-'i V work, tin- tiiuuicini and 'r-.nner .\ni i i ■ '■ \ ■PCH' .. ria. lor.':' .. „ a:i;en.ing inile:. ... . ■ up’i-i? •I,-.- '..ll lo rr. na I he repulilic sources ti) maiu-ii<! brt-ak .low a -■ gov.-rnno-nt? I -e:y ev.-r s', VV Anthony iii wa- Oh tile -ill- of .Inly, .i'peiuli-!.''- s'iuare. ll.* was tluui ,i;'. ami i.e. oming very fe.-tde. liiL-ii so o!d, his dimming .-yes re-■ > looked a’ Independence l,"h ne -aid In- had i‘ome to gaze . t'..r.* I)'foie he was gathered ■ raising his lO'-k in th.' to shade lh.' hand - ••'.viiat used t..." whteh Al hintic Asia and A ruer i „ of lh- !:e-..n‘,:ie.- sa;,i voii-e ;; - “Al! ih:-„t II hand. ca with upon ouniries a while it then mov(‘d beard the the .\nier- and iietwi*.-!! Ca'int .    -s)., S;lm,' 111', st;,,. ■'"'a Ii ;!(j i, >1,jut,IWV rath,.,'    in    ...kl    bt,   K^i; and .In,,I,^ " I ocean in the imlhnv of ,-;ul sprinkled soim- upon Amerii righ.l hand, while ii,.    , Aune witli his li'ft. Im.m-.liatoiv a dark cloud arose from ,.a', h .:F .he-,* ,f and joined ia mid oeean. For remaiu.’d stationary, ami slowly westw.a-d until 'n    o    ,i America iii i^.s mnrkv fo'ds sil^rn out It al int.-rva’s. and ' smothered gr.'aus and e"!. I o ican people. secomi tim,- th the o.-ean and sprinki.-d it iiack asn..-u.re. Th.* dark cloud wa - the,, drawn •KU I. to Im* o. ean, ,nu) wims,- I wav. s it s'Hik from \Uva I heaiu the i.iYsti'rious \on*e vino ‘Son or the F.-uub:i.u and !.*ani ’ ^ ea.st my oy,*s upon .\luerica. g-iul bo-beiu villages. I.,Whs a..<t mt.h's springing Uh om* a..cr ame until th.* .vhule -cm. .rom .m I*:, ,p • v,„v doii..d with Uie.,,. Again I nearil ih • mymerious \ol*-e say, -I'on of Fm- A. pul,Hr. Lim .*ml OI a '■( ntnry e.'im-ih look and U*iiMi.' At this til.' d.oi,, shade turm-u lim fac A. f fie a I .-aw proiii'liing (ll ; aiel heavily uv. ;• ■. ami city of ihe ; ^i;. which pre-ently ■•-t ii array, one against th tinned l.iokii.g, I saw wh.)s, Vr.iw r.'stfd a whn h was trae**d bearing th** .At,,: r: ; lt**aui ifii! 'tell, ii V "<! ltoni;:utu rfuim-*ui-., ;t,ie,v It,I,I O/irl's necessary to carry on im wor.v. lAerv | ' year new apparat im, new hmhiing's are; m-,*nery~Woii- j added t i irs ri.o rin, I or 'I ho i iiiw k-Hy c. ■ loll why it IS, hut imdoubi-d-.' ll sr, who an* ev n humble mon,ber- A - SOI!,.'grea. c-oinmunity liud a .•, *stin •Hung that the isoiate.t smdom feel. Certainly, ll KS so at Corneii when- fuuri.*en u.iiKlrod healthy young minds con-tiiiuaily rubbing tog.‘thor create, of ueeossity, SOHU* fri. iicn ami anii.ialion. Hen- we an- up aiming lim hills of Ilaaca’ The ,,*ry nam. si.ag-.-sis a place tat 0. (ll by t.>,, n; n*r-i-, i*!i go.ldt*ss of H.gei .iipped in.rn wisdom imlced. a shrev.u i:iysses one,, made his bom*- in- re a- -I he h'i- n*ft a lasting momitiieni of bm saaa.-itv in the Ase ru'aving A third ti mr* materia! e.iuipim-nt;. It evideiuly is well known on'sidr* tlu- sTat.* ami eounliy. Tor thr-n* are el.",(*n fntelli-g'*nt .lapam*;-.- here. and also many blacK-naired, bright-eyed Spaniards from various parts of Mexi.-o, of Central ami South Amr'rica. other foreigneountriev are also reprr'soritefi. 'l'lu*n* are stu-.ionts here from all over the I tilted Stall's and past-gradnatr*s fr'irn Vak, Harvard, Crineeton, .lohn llopk-r^, Swathmon'. Oberlin, Columbia, Vass;|^, Wellesley, Smith and els(>vvherc. M Fresidenl Adams_“Old Fre.xie." a.s«fe is alfet tionately called, lived AN I, 0. 0. F. INCIDENT. Peculiar Experience of P GM. Holmes, of Brooklyn. Iowa ills He.uiriis, ^iit .\tl.lr»*SH »ii.l FrfH«-iita-lliiii OI HIX i’orlrnlt to No ll I — l arTsmiil Kimir*-** lielwlinK lo ti.** |-r.*tisrnHl Orders. the    grand lodge    held in ihi.~ city    October doth    and 21st.    >sc,. And    the pleasing    e.vperlenei* of the Hrooklyn rnemhers on the oc a-siori referred to w ill I,.* read with .nterest by the Od«i Fellows of :he stale at arge near liiigton at Denmark when he was a lr hae'’er, of h/wa City, was Ulm wy angel -Aon..liwan.l. and fi-om :: 'smi.ieii sp.*et.*r ap-F Hat.*,! slowly 'f> luiag. . town., tm- .limihitants of n-ms,dv:;s ill lialtle "■ber. A.-: I eo-,--I I'l'ight angel, on ■ ' Own .-f light, on in Word -L Ilion,’ .ll .lag. w Iiieh 'ne i-ii.led 'unions and ■llemeicber, ye me biu tl-ren.' "Instantly, the ' r nahii: placed said: iK'tWe the m-ir mor.* VO!'-. ll bl rn. from ih.-m friendly one. the my st V p: OI ■, liennb’iie Die s am! l.'-ar: . "Ami I : eh cill.' i't A >11. num ' *e; s ti: land. fro;!, it: aiid theD ii.bu a - ll - stars in h.-ax --n. i-tile ,-.*a 'i'.'ir. . Ami ac my'ieriuus vee e -uv. pll bi e . the : ’Iii ill ,i Cl I'l.iK ami ii arn.' ‘■A.t this tile tia placed a tr-imnet to his three dis'iaet blast UHS '■asiing wi'atK.'ns. IU,-ann* ami .igi'a I heard .-ayd.g, .soi; if Ft:.-'*'1 I : - n Kst'o ,    OI    I-1-; s;i;LaeltV I univer.sity which b.-ars his ,aune. i Jb'twe.-n two hoauiiful para!b i longes “f bigb hills, trie t.iwi, is sLrelched, crosswise. MI mat a-; ihe sun sinks below the west. rn idiis, it.', rays siiim* do wn the main .stu-ei-l. 'Du f usteni h.iil is cevered with uu un'v..r.;i,y buildings thai iook .J,)wi; fr'uu their i.irdiy la-igi't j upon Hie slnimuicrii.g Lake t cyuga, i aboiiL four '::i:uired feet bcio'v tliem. jills iiill th-* very -;,.*pesi one in town, ami it is a ilmm, in the liesii of many a lazy .student. Half way up, we pausg at "Dr. Wilders sppinvr wlier.i tm- philanthropi.- i i.-ior lias I,fought the ch-ares , coI.Ic-sl vvati-i- (iov/n t^o- iiill ill a. leaden pipe to meet .• '.ll ne;* \.v OWL' tai! ami eit.'i ,• Wiicn the rediietied ami dps markatile alive - -..'d Tiles earl’,’ on a-id’shifiing a tlimy ( -.rt ear, id',. r bim* in... ho r ihif' bps a e. v/arii and upward. summiT cj,;;u'd. with iienk.s aid    en, -I    ;u!laT“d <-mpre: sen    i'’ii.ih. r    a re- ;iev.*mi I.- for I ,vo "'bk-leok b'.i.ei,, -vel; I.‘paid. hills are a (oni:m.;-b .l.'ligai pi;,-, n an aU'iiU'U moi’! mg. when mist'. b'resident the head of the chemical dep!'.rtme»it here. several y.*ars :*,go. I'rof. (■ne side of th.* great ir.athematiral triangle. ■ t»!i',,*r. Wait and .Ion.*--’' graduated f OUI Ihe agricultural eoliege at Aimd'heii. some of the best natm s at Cornell are associate.i with tIu* Hawlieve .'•ate! The maseu.ine student is easily distinguished. 'There is a eeriain ianniy, g^n-scious ;iir about him that ’’s nnmisiaka-ole. liven to ail un practiced eye, there is a worl-wiiie d I her.'nee i.et ween "to-.vn aud govzn.'' In the Inst [ilac.*, the i\pi-'■a! .'iiuuenl usually wears a c;.n ■    '.'ar- ict one it pos.sible wbieh is n-ver set n-i his ti.-.id at a eorr.'ct angle. 'The ‘‘coeds,’’ as a elas.s. are not .-a easily reeog-nit/ed. 'Tlicy s.-em lo l,ave n.ore individuality—.-yt.-rnally, at least. • lur lifi* is a vari.'d one. We sci'm to loi.ch .‘xisten-'i- on many sides, u i> pl.-asani to think of th** opportnnili<-s that a young life enfolds, aT.d ins-piring to .-i.-n-avor to uiifoic luem. Thre--tim. s a day. the ’Varsity 'tiimes ; cal forti; and seud tbu-ir melodies down tmo tile valb'y ami a»-ross the lak.-. 'Tile world timt lie,-, around. Titiov. , beneath is dead to him who gaitiers from ttie m-.r-muriious suumis no high.'r lea!; t'Kin lie- [lassiiia ,,f th.- hour'. A. V.    ii.    < 'Tm- hreihren of ilr'Ko.iyti lodge .No. lit, FO. <1. F., Fro .UVU. Foweshslek county. Iowa, .-nj'iv*'I a pe.-ular but very pleasant exp.*r i-'ne.- .''aliirday evening. l.dh inst., in -.vtiieh Fas" (Irami ’ I Master, W. 'T. Holmes, one of the riiO't j popular Ddd Fellows in ibis jurisdiction, •J iignr.-d ii' one of iii.* lea.ling partiei-pants. On th?.' :"i*ning, t h.' ••’ort by I’. ti. .M. assisted n. tlo* inibalion of his broth.'r. aged t .venly-t-vc, and Ills eldest SOU. inst turned twenty-one. occupying the chair of The i’H't tiiand." '^The tiiembers half c\pr- t>-d to liim bn-ak down when it . atm- lbs turn to instriiet the eandida-o-s i. to adapl Maeau.ay, I y A. O. U. W. I lie I'vM-iit v-s('«-iiiiil %iiiiivei s.iry ut fli« Oilier \Hri<iiis |J«'iii>. lie-giiinmg many \'.-.ir- ;igo tin* -dTlhday OI October, tin* iinniversarv of the Aa-•ieiil Onh'f ,,f I'lilted Workmen, has tie<*ii ei'letir.ite I on *ai Ii recurreme iii hnniireds (it b,.lge rooms. It is o *g<)o<l i'l.-a, ;i mi t hesc \.-.iil\ < ■lei.rat ions >ho<il.l i)«; kept, ll p as long as I he i.riit r l.i'ts, (in tie; '.‘Itll day of I tclot.er, Isps, .fohii .lor* dan Lpchiiich and t hirteen ut liers org.iri-■/.ed t he .\m i.-nr ( ir.ler of Friited Workmen one of {lie ._;ri-atesr fr.itein,-il s.ici-Sties w hu ll ihi- 'M.rlil Jias ev.-r known; a s'x'iety u liich l,;(s grow n from a l.aker's •lozen in Isc.s t,, ,-i ni.-m'oersliip f»f o-v.r ■Jlo.ihi.1 IU 1H'.U, It ii.-is cult nlmte.l to till* reli*-l o| w idii'.is aiul orpli'ins of deceascl memt.ei-s moK^ riiaii .s;io,cNNi.iMt, ;md un-;:oiirit»-(i i hi.ii'.iiuls hale lieeii expended in cliariti.-s ouisi.ie of H.e oi-.lei der is tweiitv tv. o lear o] FROM WASHINGTON. Smith D Frye Writes of Various Matters Personal and 'lenerai. Th#*    A    ioimifiit    Utll    I    .ale .trrrjr Kiiak for I'lrshleiit '^he oitie»*    ll** pertinent    tlHj»l:«it. ^ereclitli ami His W«>.' k. [deni y ut re dav.s !iev*-r .\ml f lie o;--Tiiere are ng its },jrt ti W\siii.\i. ION, Nov. 2'. 'I'ner**    ll. ; no doubt of the immediate eon i.iera^im of the fiunneTi apportMiiiment i    whe: congress reassemhies, l ride.- tie prepared and which wi!! ae adopted, -he republican stales will tmxe :r:    r>- '.-d repre.sen’ali'iii in the next h^- ,'e .ir-.i the presideritiai eieclora! - ollege. v; nearly ai! of the onfe.lerate stare- w have decreased represen• atioi;. 'l ie r» has been phem.menai growth in lie p -p-nlati'in of northerr; s-ytes ami a! n'>''    ■ ahsoiut** stand'tbl in severii' >' ti. - '--ji: fe.ierate .-tates. i'r.der the a tbmriient of I"'- th** liorTl.-r il\(;es I re 4. (PRICE, I" CENTS PE? V/EEK. re ' I.' d lr ..aa r, .•jig ami there - :,IP r--.-' . f-r The.i 'Ti ere !' ,in ur- y ■ an . mrip'd .'’*- appT'i- . - ; I I i-c .re H.*' ;•) ai- g 'quart- »r\.T TU a he d-{; .1- J ;irT*'ier:t 'cpaLri'g ( a/,- ,, '-! [• r* : ii. ■ i. cf .f - lit- ,r*-a t et g- -- . g .1 ; r'' ' *' „■ sr; ore ta ,f,te I A ’ ; I i.:J I . ti V *- 'r-'r ' - a: .r. th** -I : iF : g if.* 'O- g ' r "A ' n .f'l : • V', .eaa g .X' • 'IgMl .1' I! - a: . .. a - aer’ ; kl* - r : at A T f, K e - W-'U**- - ’• : g . * :t' :*.. t^-a*'Jith i-i' ! -I ' ’ . dk ^ '(• h:;' i eeri f:.r**- ■' ,' '■X.' .1 ■' H ■■ T . !a-w c.a[;**r- ! u : ■ • ■ • ’ . ;a . ar.-l wa ; r*' aer' -f ’h- * • ;;g'- ' H ; ,i ' n a T;..' - ■ • • y t - :gr '■: a ''t 'XX. : ‘-.I, r : a’ . - a**' a . Z' d : 1. A ■ I ■■ 'r: " 'J y V- . •■g'. .at' - e . "d Ta lf •I: !lis vol '. WHS h'-rn. o;* Pr,* IS; I 'lf Pra-.'c henrt wit leu. and he' sue.-ecded in ti ak'tig the I apres-sion he ll.-sired upon lh*- bino.- r‘‘lafiv<-s b'-for.- his stand. At tie' close of the ii.itiat'jry ceremuuies „mi h-.-fore she lodge again i)pem*(i in lh.* tl.ird degr*-.*, l»rofher Hol.ia-' iisk.'u and ohtalne.i permission to say a few 'words, w h(-n he addressed tile 'odg'e as fo hews; Mi Hm.i HI Us; After having examined the eousi ii-.itiou ami i->-law s n.u-working. familiar- e ;anm'!p!esof the •I; yo:i belong, aud m*'!iil;.'-.'i.i|i, I pre-liight of Satiirdav. • ■ D I ( lf I u *ln l h. V . kilt a-, on .‘♦'■'i.    .'I!..! ■ ■ O'.’. V.! Ir.'ul no .-' 'r I ll el I iiu'in • iniiiig the mouth ; i [i!:.!-' s t hem :'t -es-T|.Clit. for .lull . r\ en...:ir.'igiMg for the l.ai>: nu! iviil en;.ill-• t lien- to miU'. '■ le:'"iif-, to tile'-' -.rowim lii'f wiiieh yon 'a el .-ize<* niysel. with >,; liuhii- or.ler lo wib bei'ii duly cli-i'ted I'. senlC'l mys.-lf. on th. .1 un.' H, ! ''Tv, arid w as initialt'l into and made of this ‘‘iijg. .'■I and There i i.iiat' d with Having e ui- U's tor I t rg--T I iii'P 'i'iie i l.ei'sloi imi'ie • .'.O-J'.t w he ll je.i'isdi '.isil v ; r;t;il- - tln.I.:'- , ti,cr wI r. ’Jfe .js.i iic-inliers I ■ pfirted in go.nl >{,■(.'ding. I'hi-, -.hoe, - ,» giin Oil- tile n.mth --I .lune of I.'-'.*'' I'x;tii';is is iIk; hanm-r sr.-irc on ineie;;s(- of meiiiiiership ror i ie- luoutii of .June. sJiow-iiig a He' gain <-f 'lo; .N.-t.rrisk i . ..mes I.ext w it ll    eiiii    \liiss:i(    liiisctt.^    J    bird WH ii ‘.M'.t.    \e',;id:i gained !.',;i. Mmnesoia hJOatel .Mjs-.--ii ll- lex Cs show s ;i *g;iin 111 .'b .'Ut.; Imii.in.-i ni;ei.-,.n increase of 47. i liave beer. sutTerir g by I r.'sentaiii-n, ami the -• ! tr- a- lf f; i-e.s.si new tiiesi- 'Ti: .rary I the confeileraTe slates e repr* s.-lilat: <li ha > lipporlionrnerit errors ,in.i p-,.i! :    and • 'he 'n- at or ■ mr. hod -’imy. '..-VT- : -■ r 'lf ii. repuT);i;an rn- rnilionai farmer' ai.iiiT,- e .t- e af|(m I Ithm .'lo. 'is I .•-iii, the;: I [ a w y *:iks an-,! arg I; ' Ot ;;i • I ’ in- •    I.' .Non r.t:.r ii s;/. and 'T-e-l ,;!! lh-.- Cl.nm h-s... he .sand oil heard Hie 'he Le- ■ -nm-tii— ■.lr- Oo'UT ‘A ^ : • I -11 i; ii: g.'th. Hu ' iii I I! siui-.iov. cd angel m.'mih, atej l.l.-v/ rn! lak'.n'g waler ;pon ',v;„r t; ;,e    . ' T-aid bt ,    , ;.a ; rn--, h) tile ■ a::d end.-amiring ' :a    r    li    b; a    stiitking ■-    • can’t    as ibree." ’I;.-'    he    continued, "let    us ,, .    ,    ti;    ■ ll: '    . I    wail'    ’o    Ti'l! you    an a.'"- i Wit hiimton's life—on.' winch m'OW' of except my.self, iJ    yon will before long see r ii -..    me, I am not s.ipor- ■' .'ai! s.-e it verilied." He \ itor's room in 'L' arid re ;■ ' of onr early day- are ta r.i    -in daw ll ripon one of the •I'.b; el. i w..od( ll le-m-in's, and my .■l.r    ;'r    ad    related to me the fi'l- ,A ; I.- run ar naira' vc. *,%hich, fia.in i .aa: t; -d'Hir national atfairs at ’ —’im--. I iiave iieen :n.l'ic**d •" th" w e'!d. I giv.* “ as nearly ;'■•. :n irs \vard>. i.    The    imld    a-lion of‘lur congress '    g    ie-    independence .if tin' S'h.-'gtne k ■iwn in the w'orki. we •: '■'.a:::!.":    I s.'o-fe,! at as silly, pre- ■ ■ l' ■ ' r-- ‘ wiiom I'-ritisii grena-.-t'    .-I    '■■ Ii    tanu' into sub.nis.sion, ■    •■". y w>* pre-par'-d    t.-* maki* : w;...’    we had 'aid. ''The    keen    * n- ■'T . aTJii , :.ml tile world kiiow s tli;- --    I ' •■It-y ami p.. asant for those ’    er st-::' leiieratiun to talk and r‘'- b tic days OI Seventy-Six. but ay Cr-tiler : HOA r.eiiiier can :hey dei. ' th.* trial' at d sufTering.' of ■ fearf':    .lays. And there i' one ' .H I nm h fear at.d tiiat i< tiiat ti.e A-i-rnaii ije.jple do mil properly ap- ait- 'ie- hO'Hi of freedom. Farly ’hr!’ ' year y he. -.ming strong'r. and ' . ' ■ m-i k.-.l will at no di'tant h; iei-nn!:;*'    and    tumb;.-    into "uins, h:    tore of tile r»-publi( . Hut jiT- ha- .en to my narrative. ".‘in.’’ - I .euitig of till' n-voiuiion " ■ 'I r!;-!.; .-d 'a ■ fdias.-' of fortune— -    'I    .'Hid now !;!. a' one    time    'xic- ■ '    ;i'    I .mother .'omiuered.    'Tii'- -'.‘■'I p.-i t;;' we had however, was I ' ■ ' wh*-. Wasliington, afer several '--Tr--aH‘d t.i Vai.ey Forge, ’■e    ■ .'■.•: ■■! . .'d t'j pass tile winter of .Al i ll V oft.-n se*-n th.* tear.s “'i.s' ■' r dear old eommamlor's care-' 'b:    ;i    ie-    would be    .-nnversing ■a I'iiHidi-nti.il otfieer on th.* condi-•'■■ -'f ni- poor X.Idlers, You liave ■ A"    the    story of \\ ashinp'ton -s'■ Iii'-    I.    'kc:    to [iray.    Well, it is '    ' n:y tm.', a;.; in- ;.sed often to pray t '(.■■ ret for ain and comfort from tiiat '    ’-e- .n’o rposition of wiiose divine h-’■•>■ .lion.' brougiit us safely vh Ti.,,a- (i-ai k days of tribulation. “ na.,, I rememiier' it well, the whi'ih-Ti ihroiigii the leafless Lnn.-gi till sky was cloudless and ‘Hi "t'Ui'hg iirighlly—lie r.'inained ’ . .Hi -s nearly all lite aft*'rnoon Wic'ii he came out, I noticed i ' far.- was a shade [laler tlian ■ I hat tiiere seem.-d to in* soim--•s'    ■ mind of more tiian ordinary '"'rt,u;':    i’.-Hiriiing just after dark, 3''nat' ..--d an orderly lo the .quarters fLe oli'.-'cr ! iin niioned, who was pr<*s-hy ill • ’t.-iidai,.'.'. After a p*reiimin-.■ a-'iv.-r'ation wiiieti lasted >ome iialf nonr. 'A;;'liiugton gazing upon his "paiiion with that strange look of dig-iie (OU .! command, said to from tile o.- ai., 'pri. kle.i Europe. Asia a- d Af; "Thi'u Illy ey.-> iou;-, -i ‘.po!; „ fearnil se.'iic. I-rom ea-'h of tlios.- lounltic-s arret- Hbek. bLc •. clouds, wliicli j. im-d into om*. ami I lHimgli'.:a. lib* mass gleamed a .iark, red lighi, :;v ’.v’nicfi I saw hordes at armu-d meu. win., moving xvi Hi tin sail.'-:! by i-e; wa' pre-i'iiL As I di.’uly tate Hie win linr-; vibage tuul ll* tii'!(i clomi'. ;;'.areiie 'Cg T. I Ame; ;■ I: \ *-'oi.i'd -aw th. ii- em;: f ' •r.'- • va: I s ai:.I iug up; mi*-- ing .led 'U-■iri.u! I - -I . V !■ I' I i'-y ;aad and whii'ii (•’■'iiiiry :t, iii - eluijiJ. anna ' d- vas-;.(1 oiliag.' ami ■oAu.s tliat I .;>• i-a'-s ; anno!;'. an I erie' ! again ii.oi ai 'VV. ';g, HU.' . :1, liar W I w 11 b. e Pet. a- en I .I I-:: arm d H, • I'! HOV, L; !isteiie-i Cht'iling tm- miilii: l:ea”d til.' n of th.- ib-p'-db . i "Wh.'U H: ■ . b si.ad"Vv y ,1'..;; . I ' more :.) iii' na '(T fui tiia-t. "lu'tan'uy ;i. s:us shone down pierced .lh I dark elou-i' A* til- s;ui:. upon vvli i'c •finio; am! in ■■■ne hand, a '.v. sct-nd'-d ■ rom 'n. av el of lirigi;. -pi'';'. Ruined lim inhab,' -pere-'i'. Cit v. -who Mil me-na:I clo'cd ' p H,' :; the bat:!'. Aa the conli; I, I t; saying. S ^ ^ h-!: arn.' "As tile ■:■ •• angel for 'im iu' from tile OC* .ll; ar Aineru-a. Ins an :' rolled inm.;. I'.get;; iiad hrough*. icavb; lie !ai'd vetori-)-,' l;eh“ld rh.' lam--. sprif.gbm t.’H -A ie-.'.- • h wiiile lh.' iiriglii 'mig: 'lamiard Ik- iiati i'r-.nL of tiicm, cried i: a iiabitarit'. ‘Winh* F tile heavi'!)s '.-mi do.vi earth, so i(;ng shall tin ‘■.'\nd rakiim rr<'i:n h on v.'nicii >tbi 'ba.ed lite woni he plaemi it np..n ti'- ' andard, whih^ tile peopii* Kne» :!> g vvn 'aid, ’.•viu-'n. "'The s.'taie ;!.-ianHy iiecan to fade aiiJ dis-alv-, ai.d lai'hiV'av noHsirig blit the r!-ing. euriing v, iiile vapor I iiad at ii'-st i.ehcid. 'Tni- nk'O .i'sapiiearing, l" found rnys.-lf gazM'C one.' more upon my mysterio'us visi'dr. w Im bi Hie >ame niysterious voice I 'aid:    ‘St.o of ti:.' have '(-('n is t!o-s iiHe-i r.-le.i, perils will come ;,p •■; ’in- repulilic. 'i’iu' mos- fearful is Ho s,.,'omi. pasm’ag whieli the wlioie w.r'-i -iniu'd >ha!l ai)le to prevail in r. Let .-very ehi-d .(I iivf ; - mg va.;. I IiKe '■. ii n- M|. g .( pl :it<s >'.) Hi;*' '’•I,. JESUS CRCCIPiED. til. '■ I' HOV,' oeek.'.i i->r> I'tiii :ooks pre.ni in iii* i' so beauHfnl ;r .try triar ti *' i.b; O' i-miugh ie ■,cr same way. 'i'iuU am) Hu cain pus glow eanmti think ihat ; w'lo lilies not f Hu Erdgeft — I idea: ii 'oi r11 rn U*‘ ii -Uii h'J t' I imp!'. '• t‘-!i — wiiieh I t.-l! twi'-e -. nay there <1 a”J if Hn- bf' H t.he Wlec. 'goi''gi*o!;s I ! Cra y .inil; blcaeiu It sive—thi> s they are wi in JU" beituiy '■ by day. is any sp love ti;, phi' ( . After Lt:e ilba-'. t’ne U. Is. c {} ",r ;ic ier I s; ic mitura' fea::'.-. •■■i ll'naia are ’iu* gorge', wild ami deep, ihnmgi. whieii t fie ’ tiiimieroii' wat;Ts iiur'i'. tViHnn :-n miles i.f U' :iu*re ;i'’ ' a bm tired am! hfty waterfalls, the n.e'i oisignili' ant >.f whi. I; wouhl rival I In riing'. .n ' ('.ismui -. ' D.'lW“',-n two gorge', iialf a mi!.* apart, HU- rn'vi'r>ity gr-OM .i' an* lo.-at. <1. Ti;!’>ug!; Hie tirsf one, vHH. ii a pretiy iron brnig- sp'\,i;s, th. ('’aseadilla creek ru.siu's in i.irrents. svx'olien t-y tin* antumu rams. 'I’iie s;,i.'s i.f •},(- gorge ar.' ivy-tii.!. : .iml ma."-grown and ti.e (i*-p’Hi' HbckH*' „ .l;g!-d. jf-y 'lid this Ti..* prell) I;.. ;'*" of pr.l-fc'Sor.' ami fr;ii. rriiti.-' i. *( r ..at 'r.un Novi' 111 lier, ' [Written I' l,i-."ON br ori.'o pl;.. .' with :i "tliii .les.is |.,a\rt It-r III.' .(I'Wi'ii iipi'i's. ddm Inc hi.- gHrm. nt'i’ll king of til ■ .lews. ’ is !,iike    :U*.-    I d'hi' H;iwk.-Kv( . The cill. iliX'!. >n ik- s SI'. on . ;ich si'!'- I ll IICKa. liii.is cii.-i ion ■ moi O ': "’I In; ; is i h> pise. I* 11\ ; r I [ie cr. ifvS '! ;.. TU *■ VV a : ‘ * Ii iS : fi ar .C' Hla um: (I I ;*fio\> • i;i* aiid ( fra'-'n .'■III.' t’.e .•iaOP.''i Ani (erica. I -;txv th.' aug*'! 'ho.:.* Ti;.* xx ar,! ..'.r TU’ '’ag,. 'n 'he *r, (I* - IP!"'! '■y '■ L':'.: - .-sc ic i,,Me!y if Aaa-! ■ ;i, XX';, I i gn '■)•. I- r. o.n c. !. ii IT ' r;ig' aaa t: ;i!: I.: ;i; H re: I ,'W( J I f.-arfi IC. la. ,,f ‘ mV'ierai: ' ■ v..i‘ e .■urn , lO" u .u.d i-i, im :vd' (Wy UH. p<"i xx a IT • I>r: T' Kl* ■d ;t i;pon d.' -la -■a cl (pi VV kl: *i: <- iTiiiic- i' 'ill' in -.ibFau’s .lf ;, ‘ - I.’ ;--l- Tt'or*' I a viis. ;• ll! ciii**' y 'r:;id b.-*-!: : ((•{orc. .r til*' ‘ azure cHi’ in I i J * rni- sd voic* ; lo th** ia- *f:trs r.-main ami Mi dew ' u[;on :he r*-!mbk Ii- Ia> br ■■•A • V. f * ( TOV. t: aiming tile tr.'c-s. FurHieroii tin* st:i:.-;y f.uiuiings cf Tile nibversity ri up. F..*-yoc.'i Hie a"m;ry, a ii ag-, ow brick ouP.jing of [Tor;:- simj.li. by, Sage -o;-U-ge si,I’ .IS. Ht'fc IllOs cf till* "co-ed'" .litho.igh there arc mso mauy girl aut'id.-. ii is a Very 'pa:;;ius. ;uUid- some bubding. I'; wliicii arc ■.oit.eii conservatories A IU re pao'.s ami or.'i.:^.!' an'! ran- tloA-.-i l.iive a phi A m-w iilumry. -I'ade-if v 1.'T<* stou.-. i' Iio'A' bi pne'c' of < rcctioi:. F. 'A-ii! tmoiie -•I Cl the i.irges" and hm-s; >: r:mtores of its 'nim). D ■: [uerce.l w iii. inmnmrable -A’iu- Oneof til I m,.let;0'tois rails on .'lim saying, t tie w I Cl I'ii;-is! to sav e himsell and t Imiri. iHe otlur ih'P ; it-hnk.s this one ;;nd ;.pj»li''s to .lesus lor p;ird(,n. wiiich is gtantcil hy thill rom is. • of ]i;iritdis-'. Troin :; to I. o’eici'k p. in. wiis-,ohir darkness. .Hiring wdiicl. tam- tlu-t .'iiiple veil rends. Al tile end ot I In - darkness, .le.stns comnmnii Ins.spirit oiC'idth-' KHtti»-r. d'l.c et iitunon illumed :il t lie eommoi ion in mai.'i'ial nalui'i ii. clares .lesus a iight-'ons m;iri. 'I'he criiciliers of Ciirisi '.lioughi thai tiioy would iu-lp liieir cause by put'ing a known Hiief (hi each side of Him. but Hiey otby succeeded to "tiumoi-r" ILm among tlu- transgressors; ■ e wasu’; (hk*. Tln-y could nor soil t)ie [mr.- name of 'in-Led.-.-np-r. no matt.-r iiow inmh 'bim-was ;;seO. There i' ;i s,-lf-p;irifyiug power in ( lii ist, Di.'gra. id'ii surrouml-ing' do not fasten disgr;ic.- on him. 'Til.- Deity it. (H.ri't beg,-hi to simv. in proportion to tile cruelly oi Hie work against him. Abo: t tins par* of the erueifying work tim* spikes wen- driven throiigfi th- iiamis and feel, ami i ii.-prays i', tip- i'atlmr for iii- m::rti"rers for fxH'givetp-ss because tin-y know not what thi-v do. Moral darkm-ss a a,,sis for mer. y. Ile tiia' know.-tli his Mu'--1 lh.; work sider.-'d till' matter ;"uily ))eforehaml and beiiig [)r (lared. so ta>- as my limit.-d ktiowle.igi- [lerinilteil, to (]-. my duty, I ;iltendeil y-ir Tm-.-’;cg . r.-gnlai iy and assisted you, lo Hu- )>.-'• iii' my abii'ly, it; your elforis .(. promote Hp* i.nierc i', i.armony ;iml w.-lfu,:.    .-f    ’He* moge, ami tiiroi'gii ii. th - gooi i! tip- ,)!'].‘r. Atid ■    ;i};[/oi.lie.i (ly Hie X(;b.» tlramiiit : lie ;n-taba: ;:.n f.»!:ow ng my initial .n, to .I '-lUordiiUlt'- odic.-, i served ifp-r.-in nntil I wi.si'ecTcJ sf-r-r.-tary. ''i'iirnugh your k-i,(i [-! -ferei.. »•. i was elected t-i Iii:    ' !p 'hair of Nice i.raml during Hie i-r-t "'rm bi Isp:;, ami presided over you as N'ld.- Grai.d durit;g ill term suceeeding, Witii my servic.i witfi you my appna-iation, -f and love for Hie order increased, and liaving been a.lmiatil. advat.c-d and exalted in fb.iokF.ii TLieampme'it, No, ho, in I'Tf. ! commence.l ai’eiidi. g t ii.'<.rati.i I, »dge and Grand L’)campmet;t of tiii' i.ri'dic- A ;•. r*l X".,r I n cie .lerry I’ 'a, an . x - { itM:" ’ amoi.g t h**ii! '♦•( VC' "U : I - ;iX c atriiTv 'in I : . 'Tf *' fa ' : ' I ‘-y • ■. , d: • OO ic r T**r. ami lilt re[c;; -ai. ,'a- (; ma:.’ do Ii great. d»*a’ \x'(.rse ti.a’' ’ ■ i ’ y the I*: dicieut ecretary -f ag., . ’ *■ -, Lx ent ' ha-.** den:' ii'Trat* a ,;g.( ■. cav. again hi' .*>;* ■eptionai atji'.ity * '•■iitiv f* old 'Pi' He i- ain • d T'e piait. [ieo;»!*'. maK**s ic. [a'e*,-;:sM- U gn*atr :**," nor ';.’(**r;orMy. .' ;ox..t - ( diio. K n; CP k '. I'ennes'ei-, l*etii;sv!'. Ii Ii TIO!W'i-. oii'iii. { .tliforib i I'lpi Gt thow losses, \. hi!.- Tli.O'.; states ic.i tiMiii-b l.:i\ e , ri.(!it r.f .sinali ...mips KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. anni. -.f'gi.i Olin I ixiil i I jim III 'i-pi. \r 'le- Ill' OmIcc '••■ssioii 'Il'UI ■;.sUi • .\tilwil, ke I; Iss'.i. \\ .1^ n X- I. ii ..igi-s, .UT I    ; i.-s Ii:    gr.iipi e-i (lf ''ih.crdlli.lT ■I- l-.'lh-: ■'I    s':r,f,-!i.'-    II:;;- show ll at ot*-s. ..I tic- s:;p:' ■ tiietiib'-j si; p i.t' .’»'-:;.N4;: - i .■•-_.ite ;.;ipHju' gcs. slib.t'UM.:, ioiigf-s. -sl.T-U.'i t he , proa ii.ii'ie, am’ rn. tli.n.xCV' ' I d'lor lo kci';. rip* A;:ier,'.ii j xvi.ell they come •. 'ai. ..p-m h I is IU) don-'t tiuH tip* farm -r wiT have cori'iderabie to say I f they warp tO'Uppor .ieren :.i ; for the [;res;den< y. rh-T.- isn". I ca" 'I tip* land vip. w ' !-. • will: their cam3i(ja;e. I un ! and mo e like at A’l'-.-r. 'ai. . I ti.'* TO lf o! ti'.- (iep '.r'• '■ ! tiiar. I ll ir.y ic r of ' to* - x-. p;irlTiieriTs ;p Yvbt-i,! ag’ -r . a Pc! :s', t,’ : i:i .'O-U. : ;a lion, and lia-. e been t;res(*nl Session of thc-se bodies excep' tiiat time. 'Tip* 'aup' ivbnliiess your treat meip of rn. siiown no* iiy the iir.'tiir large; ami aft**r pa* gr.idations iead:tig Graml I’airiarcii. :r Mast.*r It; l's‘-.. lion wa*, ac'-.'plabh I OXX a, tation lit ‘Ii .ha. ei;ara' ,• ri/ed lu*re ;lT home. was I' of lip* slate at ■b g thr'.iigi, ;i ' the Hp*n-to. I s.*rved as I"-’. ;up1 "tuit my administra-t*. tip* br. itiren of leyoipi mv mO'l sai.guine e per-, was attested by tip* pr.'-'eiitalio!! cps: c .    .    .<    . l\,ui';i' < Udiii.rni;. ie;- . If. L I -■ .IPI '. ium to me, lly my ••Dt*5,-:itii*s ;ind I-riends." as I 'eft I'ee '*\et uttv.* eiiair of th'* (Irami JOW' t tut' '',’iar. • ME’ t xx’ii ;> th" :■! y ri ■ r iT Tin -ri.i bi.iidii 'Firs xvi; (■ce Vt* h)oK ulkexvar. w. ■ r lo whn h bit -.f alb ■ti hey -.f H:c I' t;. eorip-r. : ami op. :iic ea:u[a.s iinday. ill H.e co niry i-.ld '..rtii thfciig, Tip y are [ ai-i titp :.irs per Sunday - ' ti.a' w. best tiicy i'.ave 'o ; reive :t. Adjoining Is ;i;,d gr.'al say will ill* lihi'ng is ran •Ft.ion.' iia.i iieard befor>*. .'-[lubbe, what yon be ;T ill- (iO(l. ' 'HU win, 'i'.f .atter- ^ I d'Hi'.i Kipe.v xx hetiior it was owing to 'j.r anxiety .uf my mind or what, but itii:^ ;^'^vTn.)Oii a' I was sitting at this very s c" ('ngdged in [>r('paring a dispateii, 'sLLthing Hi tip' dejiartment seemed to ^'’'vurb !>].-. Looking uji I beheld, *'iLa;ng (-xaciiy opposite me, a singu-..■ lif';tutifii! female. So astonished I—f.'ir I had given a strict orders disiurbed—that it xva:' some 'cfure I found language to in-presence. A ^o-OLu, third, and even fourth time did Euiieai ih(. (juesiion, but received no ti^w. r from my mysterious visitor other NLasiigitt raising of her eyes. Hy this .I felt a strange sensation spread's' Pirougii me. I xx-ould have risen, ii '’^'"’‘b-d gaze of th»* being liefore w r('ndorc'd volition impossible. . I essayed once more to address her. had become paralyzed, intliieiu-e, mysterious, yotent, Ir-posses.sion of me. All I 4*    k'a/o    steadily,    vacantly, visiiani. Gradually the .L    atmosphere    seemed    as .^r    ''■'th    sensations,    and lA’eryihing about me ‘ I'rMV 'v rarify, the. mysterious visitor - JCI. becoming mort' airy, and yet Ll    di:^tinci to my sight than be- "f ti '-*'*itan lo feel as one dying, ■iotis    experience    the    sensa- ‘ '(itve sometimes imagined J'to-upany dissolution. I did not think, Wore 'rn!' reason. I did not move—all sci.,,,    I    'was only con- vacantly, at my "lTeso!it.ly, I ef lh.. white, t'Uide,! h,./. of the repuhli • lean Ills laud and union! ••vVi’Hi ’.fK'se words the iigure vauislpun f started from mv sea', ami f'-U- rhat I bad b.'cn shown the liirth. pt:igr('ss and de.stiny 'A Hie rep!!'.'" - of ’Y I nocd States. In union ''u* wio have mi strength, in di'uniot: 'I’-r .h'sirui-tion. my friend, com I'.ided Ile' vcn-"\V(    VVLU’tl^    I    h*'Urd own bps ;imi Aim rb’a H l;y Hi* til. Let ncr he ‘'.as strengHi ‘•Sue}!, ('fable narrator. from Wa-.iiingt-m'. xviii do xyel! 'o ['i" reme;iii."-r Hi‘it in unu in (iis'Hiioi, h.-r .iesii'.'i tn.-u. ::0; aiulll"!;*. •Y ut'vv f'b.'tib!.*. Allien*VIP Sceeery. Tliere .s    },r.)bao-y    .-mLanother t;'u-mitc .trelch of    railroad    ;n    the    world    more varied aud    maje^tie    in    u> tlian that from Fointo.'    ^ Ferry. Toe A'aLcy of the Fotomm ino roxvs; the hill' on eitlier    ,1 moT-ntains. and tm ii- •    e.l'J'cs,    ..list in.'roast d dateiitles^ ut (U)W’s >',vifHy in r![';>lc' :i:i t'oloxv tip' ferry. Hp river, iiy the Shenandoah'- voicme. be.ome> a torrent. «.’n ti'-'    sui* don 11 et gilts, a s.'nto.cl o. Ridge, dark -mi frowning-Virginia and ;nto \Ve.'t base of th.' two states and swift Howing stream them F.olivar Height is I.ou- the Hlue F,eyond Virgiabi.' the -ndiiig ill rho wh.ich separates start ahriiptly ”1' heard a voice saying: epnblic, look and learn!’ •j-t th.! Same time, my visitor ex-ariu aud forefinger eastwardly. them l.OHVat ne.ui.t:'    •    mjj,. with Harper's    ^jnds train, still upon tm' oi-poHt    \    .    ^ beneath 'laryland    Ih-ikhH    vh.rt hundred feet high. ^‘the three mighty forest erowncu    ni** . • two rivers becoming    bul    ^ ‘ ^ vista uptl;eF.u.omac,tntne^te:rotu^ HU* steel btudgc ‘V'^^*. ll -fa-shioned llrown'.s I'ort    gk    !    ,f    the    arse- housesof the tow,,, the ndn-’f f tilt! whosi; t'V‘>;all cuunr ^ aam Ul lin .ietn'rson s ikUcK IO-.' ;:dgS:.s;';’.dail(.veraS^^ (> ca IT be the Vcsti-ihe great I {a1 ii more <), traiim f t tie t.i'etl;-"sT lh-* ;'l'a[.(el si -fii.ikers n lh.' studer.t (lo'- V. e ex [lect th.! vc ui.d I’suapy ri'-ilp* cha;iel, is a :ip*mi;ria’ ( liamiier of G.ithic style wner.* the figar. of lh" i)eiiefactars of the uui-vi-rsi‘v are pa'uted    the    v,    indo'.vs. Her.* ■1“'* 'i-wii r.-'u-ale-nl m;irble ligur.*' 'CU piuf.-d Ijy s(Piie itoman ar't'st. 'Im* rei.re.'ep ■Fzra For-uci' in a uasitor) *hat '.ems '.U’angciy out -: f k.e;Aug wiHi ;t man so aetrv" and energ-tie. Tile oH"f liv:;re it I' thai of ( X-i’resicli-nt \'v Lite's dead Wife- is s;. : ca itifui ;n its pur.' tran-'.uility Hiat I c .uld !om< ar i: for hour^, 'Tiiere i;* .I iCA’Cf-t eahi. smiie on her face ami .iirnpie on her che.'k and Ipt slei 'ii*r f!.!d*'d hands are iik.- those of Leocardo .la \ inei s ‘‘Mona Lisa.' th(! li '.xer I'm), tin* ' ;imi)U- bro;.dens intoafiHd tm'.st advai.tageou' f'.r ;m-protupt:: t'’.;s!!*'S a-' foot-l'all ga'ii*-s and any pb'a'sant ;ift(‘rm»on one may see a groiij) "f boys rtmiiiijg aboui like u;au after an uninierest-ing rubber bai!. Ratii.-r, I >iiouid >ay— all tliat nm* can see is a suaci of legs ami arms dad in tlios.* iiid.-ous f-.ol-ball suits riiat could transform a beauty to a l)e<i>t Howexer, this seems to be . ne of Hp* necessary aeeompanirnents of a young man’s college ( ducaHou, aid lo tie just, it not Gilly itiiTe.iu.-T:tly ha[)[a*i:s that a Youti' V'ho TS ki'.TXvti ;is ii (ifeek ami Latin -‘fp nd" tihe leehni. al term for one who knows everything that he ougiil to kno w I dislinguishes himself a iso as a fofp.-bali "t -rror. Itaek cf Sif/ley e./i!ege ami al! its noisy hino shoj'S xvhere tin* study of the mediatiii- art.s and m-'chaiii-'al and eiee-trieal ei'gin.'cring is pursue.I. a woodland |,atli leads down to Hie cdg.' of another gorge mad.' )>y Fall Creek. Flack [»er-pendi''nlar ruck' form a high wall on either side. I’our labs are formed here, (im* above oTher ami the wliole is called "’i'-’ip-Hammer." Sibley cnllege utilizes hi* water [lower here ho .irlve tin* machinery of tht* sho[i am! .-leetrie ao-[lai'atns for ligh.Ling the eamj.us and the ImiMings ami therefof';* a little brick house, from which numerous [lipes ramify, stands higii above the water*, below the tiiisy bridge mat spans them. Th.* stiidetil as I;.* .vend'' his homeward way. loves to take a run doxvn the uni-V(-rs'ity hill and a short cut through Hp* graveyard. < )p[iosite this dismal, bul bean-Hful place stands t'nestateiy honp* of I'k'ra Cornel!, oeenpied now only by ids liaughti'r and wido'wed xxiftr. 'I bis man has Rf’ behiiu! him a legacy that will •lid other.'to gain the bem-tits hiso’wn boyhood missed, lie w is born in ROT. the son of a [)Oor father, who was a tnan of limited means. som.M iilture ami many (hildren. F.iit Ezia had him xviii; h makes a man- „.l ail over a September expression fails the ti:eme. 'The scene d.'sei-ibctl abo^ viewed fro-m the witidows o. billed trains runnii.'g between cities of me ea:'’) w 'l ''*■ aud Ohio raiiroa.l. run via Washington that within the resolute spirit to dare and do ami gain, combined with a noble and lofty desire for what was good and lasting, A scif-made man he xvas-om- who by his own merit wrested from the xvorld his due. lablishiiig this iusiiH.iUon. his to houmi an institution ter's will and doeth it not is iiealen with many siript-s, Dut ’gp'.'.im-e i' not girit !os-ness. Igiiorati’ guilt re. nile' pardon tao. It it he that kiiowetii ■■ .r iiis Master's will is beaten with few s'Lripes. Jesus prayed for f rgi'-em-ss hecausp 'hey were ignoraT't, Imi ignorance needed forgiveness. .Sit!' of igno-:’anee are neverthe less .'ii,s. Atui 'in damns, it is a crime. 'Tip* man wtio remain- uneducated xvheii he may have se’nooling is not a guilt!.•'< ignocannts. 'The man who <ontinues to walk it; darkness in the 'uid't ..f light i- a guiity wretch. It is very .'videnl fro;; Hp con.i a ! cf the soidiers ami .lexvi'h rulers at the ru-. itixion that they were guilty, ai d therefore uneasy eonseici; ■(*'. Tlu-y thought tiiey were '.itistied to b-t J<*sus be [int to death as a criminal, bu* yet iinti! Hie very last they were bartering to release liim "if he would noxx c..me down from the eros' "—by a miracle. 'I'hev talk. .I iiround the • ross and admitted iluit "he sa\ed oHier.','. and they seeiip'd to desire that he should relieve their 'iiiea'ir.ess by Just breaking miraculously away from Hie nails of the erO'S. Atid the tiiicves were in the same plight Dm* of thera tilamed Jesus, that he w.*rc th.* ( lirist why tie (i d trot 'av* them rind iiimseif too. They thought there was no other than a material, ami supposed hod'ly salvation. I’.ul om* thief becoms awe -Ifieken ami revi*r(*nt. ID* caught on to tim divine idea, ami got instant salvation. IL* said. ‘Lonl. remember rn.'." Wliat terrilile darkness iiad l;iken [»os-sessionoflhe Jexxi:*}! mind. 'They [ire-temlf-d to I’nink that Jesus, after H.' xxas nailed fast to the cross, eould. a' a t(*m-[xral monan h. eoim* down. For they eond.'mneii Jesus be. ause He elaimcd divinity. And now they ask**(l of sim[iie humanity the evi.b'uee of divinity. 'Tm* darkness of nature was a tit symbol of ih(* moral darkness. Any one reading the ;p-eonni of tin* crueilixion will be struck xxilh the [irom-im*nee giv.*n of the worldly triuu'.[di and the littb* said a\)ont th.* siiflering and agony of J.'siis. Hoa- truthful the pho-togra[)h of the actual seem*. 'The world seem.*.! to crush the Savior, in exery st(*p th.' blind mob seemed to hav.* the liest. 'That is the trntlifiil outward history at tip* time. -\ml yet how great a ehaiige have tile centuries wrought. How small shrunken ami hideous noxv ap[Tcar' the awful work of .man at the cross. 11 OXX' we now see the Fede.'mer's power (hat was then hidden away. ll now looks lik(T as if it lia.l  .....  tln'ii    a temptation for omnipolenee to hold back the \villiii'g force.' that were re'i.L to spring forxv;ir'-i and eriisli the giant work of human ini.inity. How many marks divine God gives ihe .Icxvs to verify Jesus' Messiahshi[u even from the manger to the eros*; woipier-wert* treading ii [ton xx’onders. I’rom the (■neireling heav!*ns on the lasi aftt'rnoon of .lesus' human iif(* there was evidence of omnipotence in mourning. We cri'i.e t hi* enlranei- to the home and'tore in black, when a tm*mber d.'parts this life. So (!o(i is sigi.aied sym[);ithy by hanging His heavenly habitation witii bhiek "n th.* afternoon of His Son's death. 'I bt* (larkne.'S was not a voluntary sympathy of cold materia! nature, nor the aceident of an eclipse. It was the black execution ea{) drawn by tire Almighty ov.*r the face of natur.* to titly symbolize the blackness of darkness of Hie crim** that extorted irom the Son of God the awfu), de.solate, expiring er\, “My (lOd, tilV God. why hast th.iu forsaken me!" ntt.'red by Him "xvho bore onr sins in His own body on I hi* tree." A'n TS STK* KIT . s-.'.iU, iinilorn; ; vi'ioii'. xx it ii 'g.T.opi ll liiwv liixi'ions Ollie* '-> - I.'ft.'.';:    *    .'I Sh;.u. W;. W. ll!;.ck'A I'! I. Hla.km..;.-, <.i cry    etiefpp-r. .'S. J. Wi; 'ii'P'f    of I'fi or.!- ;(ri(l    . n-nr.i; secret;iry i\eniie.iy. of Filii;-Il.irk'Xcl:. of I*.'.'.    ■ I honi[rs(iii. Dis! r .    ,. ."'ll.feme l{*-[.ri - .-iH.i' top, <.'f Newjxirr, i; i . rairl I si'iit;it i VI- ’•> tic; s'-lpr* i and is ( I .krin.iti lin.'iip <• I'iie b.iiiiiei'of FvHi [)l;inf*.d in the .Xrit 'ji .-! order is now i • ae, N-'W .N ■ . ’ ll \\ , ■-Tip*. -Ie.'    :■ sa|.reih .Oil..:-    • ll.(\v;i.v .. isl.-in*:- t‘» ;i g! ;u,'l lodge N\'is' . ' ~ a has a m-i-i, m;iy lip* Ilex ■ it'!' «.l    ( o ip-fpP T-. ^[O.IHHl; ILllloit ie-. Ii :    (''tr'. {O't lil- b'-r-. ;i O'i' • I ■ ;    j'*; '•OC. "Polt me >    , 'k'Jl'ge D. .< •• ■ Ira ueell' c. W . [ireirite, I' a T iii.i'r. r    - I ►. I:*IX ce. keel. r ' . Wt ;*.-. ... *.a!--I'.X-i!. I:, W. i; .1.1. D. M .J \N tiody fee!' I ini' xx.'. •-■ Secreiary Ri.'K u .es from the [lut.Tii.' arid k lIk* ‘.'old. U' it A I'T* . .'•.-.•e[,tio:.. He . an b. he ‘ ;in ’ e s.-eti o;; iii > no t..i fa s I'. V '.IC Cl; rn ' Ll ' T-'pi. I'gfon. of -.-.ear to-* ir kind-.■:':[ rc'sfd h ic re-i "Ha' tea got.*- ,1. • fleer, [)o:.pai'.'" impi rt'd a    it*o    -    ■ KliOXV’! groec on F 'tree:. •‘No. 'ir. Tea has c--‘ g-.i. ■ single cent reeen’iy.' wa' ti .- r "'I'hat'' xxha’ I T'ti-l :■ ;■ xx went to a - .riier groc-ry near to g*-t s*)'iie t'-a :.*■■ Mi'e I ha-i to -.-nti t o[i Mi H.e n*g ar • tha’ gr-.eer eharg**.l h.-r "free.. Ha [e r [(i.'iml. ami I ■ i :-er • v co'., t;T .f lh*' M is • I:le V Troth maK*-' i," .T’Ti-r--' >■ : ■ra:;<    't..ri-'.e.-;.er - •    ■ g > mak* ’ii'.ney i.y .yii.g. aiel ’.c,;, 'D.e M-'ixin!* y :.'k ■ i. bl;’ : i.i- peoi ie wii! • .-i-e ' -    -■ v**ry 'OOI;, amd th*‘y a tiiey *-'. cr :iHo’Ae<j ih**T.'e- rrigr:*e::*-d ' y a 'mg-. -)'■ gra 'l.er ’ne T 'I;.. M ant i;Tir .'[>r;ng. wa: In <‘S-desirc xx here in any of his All H- I rut- —'The best and most    r.^r^on toilet articles in the city, at drug store. of any per>on can tind instrm uon <iudv." The pcrf*'ct attainment idea'would betire idea’ university—what perhaps does not yet ex’st. Ezra Corn.’lTs plans were broad and .ib-eral has been their fuldilmeni. Let us protest, here, against    .    ov <itv." A e*.Ilege is not a univer.'ity. sity neither t th** word "univer- no' neuur, O' any edmaiional institution, however excellent, where onlv collegiate or academical or spt'cial courses cf inst ruction are pursued. At an ideal university a man might become for instance a lawyer, phvsiciaii, a theologian, a Ctiiifornia Kxi-iirHi«nP*. Fulman tourist sleeping car exciirsioim to California and Facilic Coast points !*'ave Chicago every Tuesday. Kansas City every Friday, via the Same Fe route. Ti*‘kei rate from Chicago SJT..>o, from Kansas City .?35.00; sleeping car rate from Chicago S4.00 per double bertli, from Kansas City S3.bo per double berth. Everything furnished except meals. 'These excursions are personally conducted by experienced exctirsion managers, who accompany parti*'*; to destination. h'or excursion folder containing full particulars, map folder and time table of the Same Fe route and reserving of sleeping car berths, address S. M. Osgood, Gen. Ag’t., A. T. A; S. F. R. R., 130 4th St., Des Moines, Iowa. Lodg.* al th.' >*'"ion in Lur lh.* (’t'aiitifa; jt-w*'! wtii.'h I iiigti’. .\(*vi*r an I forg**; Hi IP'S amt ;ill<-'ii<)ii. a.' on that "a't-'T; i.y oi.r r-rc h'T. !’a>t    Gr;:f.,;    M:i'’ r .I I’a-:    (.rami l;cpr."*-maii%.i-im \'an \’alkenburg. for whom our eiiar-tt-r and I'lnfilems ar.* noxv drap.d in monrning. I ha*! h.-ard Hrothor \ ;in X'a’kenburg >[»eak a’ vari‘-ns tim**' a:..! I p!ac'*'. but iP'ver b* for** liad I hoard him I *Mii. iai t'X[.'res> the ;-**mimem' t>**.-u'ia:- 'lo odd ; I'l-llow'hip, >a **R.a;**iitly and f**<*liiig!y a- on rhii! Oi'ca> *»n. In his d**ath. " r order ha' l*)'t a im-mher who<** arge heart b*‘al in ^yni[iathy with Ik,inanity, ymi wha>*' lutiguo and [h-ii have giv. n to it. ;ind lo lh** xvor;<i. 'Oni*- ..f the grand-t*'l creations of 'wtiii h ..nr aiigna.e is . a[.al. .*. Having i)*‘(*ii .■ ." t* d ;*,' on** of th*- r>-p-re.-cntatiVOS from the ({rand Enea'ii[>-ment of Iowa to th** Sov.*r*-ign (irand Lodge, for th** years, i"''>-7. [ireviou' to the expiration of my t'-rm of s-.Tvic*- a' (irami M;is.,er. ami being [>r**vem*-d from at:**ndi:ig tip* *;e":on at Fmliimor**. in I *.n a* I’oni.r of th.** t**rrlh!** lire, whicii. Mi Sept. miler of that y. ar destroyed so large ;i pi.rt'onof O' r b**a mp f .I town, I wa- r*‘-ele*'t*'d, ami r**[ire-M nt*-d o T* Grand Lncampm*-nt xvith onr e.';e**mcd brother. Fast (iraml M;i'l*-r. iler:''Ui Fdock, al th** >e*;sion in l)enver. Colorado, in I•*''7, aipi at Lo-; Angeles, Califo'. rii;i, in    ami xx'ith I’a'l Grand Ma>t'.-r J. 'T. Abbot, a: Columlois, nhio. in I-*** '. A' in the 'Ubordinate, so in tim grai.d t (Til:**', my imer*"t in.-roased a*- I ad vane* ! ii Hp* order and thm.gh holding no p :    ;u;d having no voice or vote. I atleta’.eii ip- r***-cnt *;**ssion of th** sovereign gram! lodge at 'Topeka. Kau sa-;, and xvas xv**ll r**[i;iid for 'O doing in the satisfaction of hearing dm.'imsed by the tirighti'st of our m*'ml)er> the cr**at ([ue.stion noxx- .so pr.unim-nlly b**for*' our ord**r. ami in !.*.****ting broih*-rs from th** sever;! j'jris.ii.'tions whom, liuring my nri**f [)e;-io*i of 'orvic**. I had learm*d to res[ieet ami lox** for th**ir nns**ltish advocacy of th** pritp'ipl**' of fri**ud*;hi[). love, truth and toleration. 15rotm*r'. yon will [);irdon me. I am >airc. for what may se«*in **gotism on my [tart in sk**lehiiig, as I hav**. my conn*'ction with th** Ind(*-[lendent Ord* r of odd l’ell*>ws. for to you I OXX*' all the honor-; that hav** come to in*', and I r*'alize moi** fully at this moment than I ever h;ive b**fore th** absolute sov**reigniy of th** snbonlinate lodge. Fully cons<'ious of my imlebl*'dip's< to you. xx'hosi* steadfast friendship and loyalty hav** ('nal)Ieil rn*' to advaru-t' in ourorder, I d**-;ire to pr**sent lo yon th!' portrait (handing lo tie* warden a nic*‘ly framed life-siz*'d crayon-. It rn the -‘connH'rfeit [irt'sentmenf of nm* whose gratitude to you he caum.t ex press Jn words; of oip' who f*'**!-; tha’ tiirongh the intlip'iut* *)f tip* l**ssons taught, and of th** obligations rak**n in your presenc**. vviiliin this niys-tie cir*‘le, he ha-; be**n enabh'd to com-[ir**liend, mor** fully than h** oLherwis*: could, th** Fatherhood of (oxJ. and the Hrotlp’rhoo.l of Mati: to call yon itmihcrs and to consid**r yon a*; such, and lo r**al-i/.e mor** fully a-s th** \ear*; go by, the great ami growing iritluem e for good that is l)**ing ex*‘rt**d u[*on mankind by our fraternity, throughout lh** extensive tlehl of our lah.>r'. Ilrorhers. I a-k you to acce[)t this gift in th** spirit in xxliich it is teiid**red, as a recognition, in small measure, of th** obligation' the giver feel*; himself under to \o'i. and r.-'i,ember,    a-; your ey**' r**st upon it. that whatev**r faults he may have. and they are many, as no one realize' mor**fully than himself, that hi' h**art ever has been, and ever will be. tm** toyon, anti to th*'glorious princi[.les of our beloved order.    ( 'I'he aildre*;*; was rec**ixed with marked favor by the brethren ;in*l when the lodge r«o[)**m*d in third, lh** handsome portrait was unanimously aecepted by a ricing vote ami ordered hung upon the wall abox-** the station of the ‘-Fast Grand,’’whence the voice of th** kindly donor ha*; so often been heard in lh** years gone by aud, l**t us hope. will eon-tiiiue to he heard for many year*; to come. Memb**rs of the order in Hurliiig-lon. Ft. Madison and elsewhere in this section of the stat** will ap[)reciat** the eloijuent reminiscences of P. G. M. Van Valkenburg, recently deceased, included in the address. The office*- of Grand Patriarch and (fraud Master of the jurisdiction of Iowa were never more acceptably filled than during the Incumbency of Rrolher Holmes, who presided at the session of da. ay t ic* ill I Ic* * t ip'in 'rte pf.-'iicl >t; ■'    •"'*■ there wfc.ld b** a:. -,va!a Itlu'ii** ha*; coup. To pas-. dcf»*afed re[)u'i(li-' ai; am Mig iup'k :■'» th ' ci’y 'dV: ■ Hi.'i ’ii*'v add a ^"vx KNIGHTS OF HONOR. ■ itisTics Im- I .s:-;'i    x;, ,X .ll I rui.. : .-Ilic; I, . - 'Tat i'T tiicmli.T'i .•MICC. -I; '' scs'im-nt' {■'■>,(“ll; IIM c e h ;*"*“—picpi. : (■'[>:' [>*'1’ nu .I.: ll 'i ''Ii: ll. •■';'** aj; ll xx as *>..'■ >.I A"'" Mi ..IO >!i'.c:ia;X; ; ii L'4 J' ';M |. ■ Th'* ' -•*. I' _ .ll Ii'’M-. -r ,1s- [-•.i'l, ' all rc- : - p'-r •A-..rd'. 'Tip* g"- ' witii'K.o'i .nany [ir->bat»]y wca'L-K'ss. ti** wik hav. t.; modify XX .    go    fr' UT; a’    .in’.'    of u-:' H:' their tial    IM.i.-*-'    lh** *;i.a! i ** .r I*' to ■ onx -arc -u:T> r : g fr-'Ui ’n ; u fri'iu hi' XV '(iou; a ii.ai his ha Ti'ai y i,.er*' I. f he lr mis nag- N am la:. I-• • P. ^ ■ ii ’ •; M ana •(■ I.XX' s[ r ' '.'ll : 'ha- til.'?! ■WU f. f. TC'mi:' • I . .'- . ( -ar-'•i:t A-'Ti.ey A. F J .,*'!' - V Itr.-Urli I j. (I- .XI**n- g>> .■llIMiiMlT p;u<l pc H; .•iv.-r.iyc • .    :    :;iht    ■- ll’.,    !••..    -    ;    mmt    . : i s I i ’ ' • I. Cl;.* of ll* I 'I Mig sh mid t'»* I*- ie:orc a' ar: '■TY.'iMc .I-F.'T'.., ;!. em ..i_;. -.cars *■. iip.nili- .-i u i, ' Mcinbci ~iii[. si aicup'.r * t iou*;, g,T.''.'; 'ispcusii-ii' .a net im rc.i'C. Np*; i.,    .-(.rt {'*1; m-w I'"i-..-'.    '.I.    TIC'.    'Is; F-**'*7.000. *,r;iii*i pl    I' M ;x I    I    A . leis just i's'I.-.i    all    -'dl    l' the list os i 'ii_.    -    • I •    I.    :• t hat jiiris.i'ct I' I; . ‘ I.'<lgi‘s and 4.iic'ii.( - r I -.f ’N; 1,-r I ll.- *. r-ih. -.ST r:i[ I withe [irop (s»*d t*x’*".s! )i; a tncT't th*' po'.c ■' I* ii* [.ar IU Mig 'Th** edific*- now    .;. *• ; .stina'ter g**m*ra.. 't.: * or'ner subordina’es in the . ■>'’.! is almost dj'gra' .•fiT''v inadc . .a nee*!' of the <ii':ani;y ami groxving in.'lip'" J Hp* the xvay. tip* pos:-o : • -i ha*! [leculdir hi'O.ry. T h- ,)'Mi’ [la-:-; n- - CT :' a I M, Mig :ne .. ii"M.c we ,gn F' me.: rn ast •A'd    r*- '. .*    /    . ■ d    I    z- e :    -    }    the I    :.-"i*- ;    .    ane a    i.rm    ■ *c    y    "n- ’ '    • a' - axe V* xx. Lave ,i    ':a-    '    r*'p- m ',f-x"’'.r.-r-. I' '•.a.- :    ■    ’    .p it -    . we ... tie* d ; ;;< M I'ilic -MlC'l, I; "ll. ..I N, xx all s. ,. « n-ciil;i * -givMig lllt-tUOc T'il p MI 'i'iicn- .M'c 4'.* '■ 'ng ■ T.** ■ g..Mi .slm;i''*-r la.dd 'ig .a: ■'T \; I III 111 (IX (-ii Oi’dci ot llt-ii X|«.||. I ill' present na ni'.t-i-iiip ii:    .\i.is--:i;n . Setts rcservatiou i' I t,o'*7. . m-t gain *'l th*' sm;*!!*st b-r iiianx gf-at simp I'he Daughti-i's of Foc.ih. 111,-.' ta ox nnuii-.t r J.Pjs, ;i guiMi I't' I.e.'.’. riiv I'oTroi'i'. tires of live nexx trilK-.s h.-ot- i.t.-n kin*!ie<i ami four new l oup. ii'Hist It Ute.! »ms ;.:    Kj-. pi r of \V;UM[.iMn \\ iliiaiii I'. ! * I. iiiii.in .»-]>orts.i ii.'tl'llice OU ll Mel at I ti. 0(-g'Illi;n-_ *-f the gre;it sun "t s.’,.'.'.*' K:; ’-e. eipt'. J,.'»*'.o..V;, tot.'ll. .-s I.v,    Tilt-    Ult    a    I CX [lenses o* I ln- gre.'it still was M L-js_ x\[)i( h it.« lni)*-d tf2,s;!'J (x; to;- p;'it I lug ;;ud siip[)lies.    '.C> }'>.*'• dc|)mics, -Si.'A.I.-.’a J.p- orga.iiz.iu,-;, ?'VH;;.o4 for '.li.ary ;md otlice x\[«-n.s*-.-, ? l,7t'-’.(i:> tor .illicial x'i'its .-iud grc.it. -.-liicfs’ ('oiiting'> Tit .'iud tr.ivcliug ex[)i*iis(-s. for greatcoum ii, gn it. * iip-fs" <-oiii;cil ami com IU it tees. .itiii S*j.s I i. It i- >r t uM-s .iud mi' < ellam-oii'. e\j).n.iit iir. s, ii-axar>g Hi.' I.;*! .Hu e OII li;nii| .SJ*. *.’:. 'I'ho agu-d uaxu s fiiml ;inioiints to s.',o7 I-. 'lim ’ g* t'.gct'.'-r k xxi... I, hot-; diok .A.-be.id’iig ■r:; M xx . -v*-nT re. T. - I ‘a ' I;-- M T a' Ii \x M. ■ :i- [x'T It pm l’;*ter.sun, N. .I.. number ot t!u' t li;*r, i ii X' leu I'gt mu ll Is ts'.iig .si'gneil GV a hug.! ine.ip.ui r> of th*- t I' tie: Vin* ricaii I.*- —inn til ]|nii«*r. P;i'l ."U[ir«-mi- ('ommauder J.u i.!* IIoo-cPts, xx ho ll ic'I HOU -otpg ;i-gi • in i‘hil;i<l< tlUu;., xva.s [irofuiiK-nt :u Masonim ;is ■.■..•ll as iii mauv o: lie!-onleiJh iom-d t ie- .\ui«*> i-caii L. gion ot Honor in i:x7P .Mui xxas ap-[Miintcil a <li-put Ii- Mi*,tiru:eii f,xentx-two (ouniiln dii'fu'g Hie U.lk.wufig four montiis. M u. ll 7 >. ;ss*!, h*-.•I'sisloii in or-gani/.iii.'g t'lie guiu'i coumiL --f P*-nnsylvH-nia aiel w;*-, ele*ii jiast guuid c'.nxmand-*-r mid rip- hrs; repn--**!!!.!! ,x »• to the supreme I aum ii. .\t the til ': '.T*sion of Hp*su[)renp* l ouncil Ik-was,-!(.. - (.(I sii[ireme vice comma mi*-'.'. «.pI at tile aiiM.m' sessi<*u of the supren.i* ...-.incil, ne!-'! a. iioston, August. ISSI, he '.v;;s p]ei u ‘I si.-pnmipcom-mau*l*-r. D; r':ig the fol;<-x-iug »-»ti* he instituted -7.0 ucv"- -oam'iis. ;ir.ii 'b iten'Jier* ship in; veasc'l :T rn a.‘..o<“» to j>' "f 9100 KewHrd. 9100. 'The r*-ad*-r> of 'Tpk Haxvk-IA k will b** pleased to I*-arn that ther** is at least on*-<Jf*‘ad*‘d disease tliat science hag; been able to cur** in ail its stag**s, ami that is Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cur** is tip* only [lOsitive cur** now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrii beinga I'onstitu-tional diseas**, requires eonstitutfonal treatup'ut. Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby d**stroying lh** fotuidalion of the iliseas**. and giving th** patient strength by building up the **onstitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have sornm h faith in its curative pow**rs that they olTer Due Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, J. F. Cukn'ky Sc Co., Toledo, Ohio. ^“Sold by druggists, 75c. I’ I A' •! :i' C'.T'MC f .rpm t • . : r a- •r at.' \V. Pear’s soap secures a beautiful complexion. 'Til** tir-: 'nome -f 'ii'- . ‘*ra’ w.i' in a !arg>- frame ’oiock xx'p-;: of ’ip* [)i*''en' I'w.. room*; ■■' that frame . p'O'ta! bus'M'.ess of tip. ; ..u; ' aged and d;r*-cted. Ti-.*- [ era' wa' tp'f then a .ai ie* blit rath**r an atta- 'ie- .-f ’'t'-[lariment. a though i,*v. r *’!' *i**'igrmted. I'roin 'ii*- fra:;i** : 17.*'. ’he viej.anrnen’ xva ti...-, iir'ck h-.ii'e tii'dxvay bet ween ti,»-and trei'i.ry '.l**[>artTnera' xvIp t. seven 'tory mar"-* i ;.'!!;"" * >land*;. k rom tliis po-nt t’.** J [i.irt.io wa' aried lo a 'iii’.- of r'-a:i:**    ' :g*‘ * navy de[i:irtment buil'.i:i:g •:    N*-x    a t*-*-nth ;tree’. and Th.*r*' J r.oc •!: •'! ti: til,. v*‘;ir I'! In til*- m.-aii'Hm*'a g*-iil'it*uian n.in.* l>THigett, who'** father liaiiown.-d ne;ir ab tip- ground u[.on whi-'ii tip- ca c'z : to-day is built, a'sociaii-d xvith aM--- T iioti'l man riam**d Fosi.t. ati-i tip-y imllt a long :vx(i-story l.ri; was inl.-iidi'd lobe the imxie' the national . apital. I' xx.n.ai a very ; lied|> attempt .it hot**! in til** [iresent day, tmt n thai f *’on';«i*‘re*i an ent**ri»ri>:iig However tip* * ity ami .'urrT.undii g- w* r** Si.ch tiiat the iiote' xeiilun* |i|..v**d ;i f.iliur**. and the hot* I wa' di-pO'-d f I.y a lottery, and the im-Ky f- : >xxs xxh.. drew it sold it to ;h«* g-.\.-rrMi - ; :    f- r '■_’o,.)0o. Corigr*-" mad*- ati a[,[.ropr tkwi for th*- [.ayim-nt of ii: ' iin.iiey n I'I;.!, and tlie F.lodgett hot.'*- :>* a i,-- th** [.osloffit-e d**f)artnieiit. ami ’he gr-.xvii.g records ami o"' --al {.aper*; ii- w*- i a> dignity of the oft;*-**, were <-art-:-d .p.w" seventh str****l, there to r**main for 'e*.-era! years, it i- a [lart of lh*- r**. rd ■ ' tile defiartmeiit too. thai whet, tin . ap -till was i)t;rtp-d i.y ti.** ilriti'h im, a.i. r-iii I' It, tile eongr**'S up*t i:    ti. 'ImT*; l.uilding i rowdMig tip- po'^t-oi".-** d.-[iart-m*-ni again iuU* t-ao .;ma i rt.oim'. No m*-rous la-A*; xvi're i-n-acted it. that ho . ; . D; IS ;*,, '(.me tim*- in De< **m‘i**r, Hp' building took ';r. a: night aiid 'wh' i-'.irned to the ground. N*-any all of the o**a ial documents were d**stroyed. noli, ing but the pay-ro'' ami record- of ;p -counts with employ' b*-ing -a e<J. \t tile -ixm** time th*- patent oi-.c,. whi: Ii had a ••oom near tip* r*)of. was coinpIeTe! y destroyed, [.aper' and a!!.    'I'lj*- tin- i' still rof-erred Lo i.y gray haired tm-n ;i' lh*-mo'i ',*-rriti*- i-ontiagra'oui t'cat **v**r occurred tithe city. It-; r** u;r wa't-o ligain put iii*- [)OS*a.tiic*- department oil wheels and i-arry it lo *)llp-r q'lartcr'. i’h*- gox **rn ,»v.#‘nt foni.d a l**u*tiorary horn** for its I ostai affairs on iVnnsyl-vatiia avenu*- iii a large eaitice which is    . well known as Wiilard'' Imi*-!. H*‘te the    j    ’ tlepartnient remained until I't ' wio-n it    j    ’ was again carted «lown th*- 'Tr*-et To ii* present stle. i Hiring the a)>ode .if th* liepartment at Willard’' the government [ had j)urcha'**d an entire ;;!(M k of grotitid I and erect>*d upon it a marble bui'.dM;g j whi*-h is Dcauliful, and wa' .**;i«“v«d to \ you wai commodioii' enougt. 'or a (**"tnry. U .-ost 'i;l,70o.b0(t, and .xnnot now be dupwicat»id for 'ess than .>.o,*ioo today. Besides the ground ur.on the adjoining siLuar**, which is 'iec*d*-d for the additicxxal building cannot be , un iia'*-d for less Uian S:“()(k'kH). The emt loyi-sof the sixth auditor of the treasury liave desk jNxomst.in the upper portion of the t !»«• I liii:i. I Ilf- I : ! ■ ..t agt* r' ■ [-a -T ■ I a ’ r... N' I ’ .I'. I' :. a * T. lea ■r: u';y ,-r: ' 'tJ. r ! (Ii :i.»'. : f .r'-:r ' - h. -:T. r-'T.    ,- • 11 . xx na' he : . (t,    ! M. ■I ' t '-r I and . -r •cd .if' 'I .. 'The ■ na. , 'T . :: .-l'- - - n- ■T * ' Hie : r;. - it’. , ami.;, .yiT'g' i 'a;;a' ItH t n-ellent to T ad fr :.g ■    M.g ■    I We iii:!'.' aj.prov:, M, r* iin-dy >yi the eye. lihii ! g*>i>t’y aa tile “ .'aoiU'. ■ V Iii.’ k: I elf    .y. H;<*rel y pr.Mnoib ■ the : g ti.e Call, Figs last* b.eys /-ter-. aT'f f xx -ll • la ii.- .th O il tra.ie to 'iiorr' riai;: iliinc iiv y--lf you wan; a: y a:    > "T'- .a'- a a A . .ii; ( >1! lim! ■: - ll; ■d" r'A ‘a:'. '* •- .vha* 'A. aud .lcff**»-' ■.:irg.\ • [Se Ha; klP •re '.imp,'- I Th r.) m- XX . ar '■iati.am ■ Th-y in hc::xy IC:' - ' .M. V •Ilf y < -in Ile Mrt.lf H;r'iiieh ti.    gre.i: - ■ -k • i'm' S, ti e- 'Ta., or in s' C ;.iy Ila-.'* , -t xx ital y'uinr^- weight over.-oa’; petition. but -I. l f .I '*et N;- .a 'a!" '**m’-[(..!' -;aiii. at that ami Tea Sets; Tea -sets: r f : ’ea 'ft', fifty-six {iie(.*f! '».■ u f.ir Three days onj-A Cg .1. .1. A. Ixleppi M-r'Oii 'tr**et. ''to' (M’y. th.' ■^lid Kin k's <'**le»»rate<l g.- .*-ra..y recogni,cd ti.arke-. .See tiiem at The Hest ■ lp)!!p* Tiiark**t .*; lite < >rchai •y a!', th** l-.'nte men.haul St, Jt is ItryHffotis Cl will find a numi.er of argaln> at F VVebi rs. t. ■rn* I'.-^a'iing pigs a S-einbn-ciier, Ib-hn for 'Thaiiksgivij LaiT'. Kvi-r>body try MatHiew-.letferson 'treet. shoes—\ —Kon.e uobliy FutT and Foiir in lies at 'Taylor A Uarringiou's. ;

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