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Albert Lea Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 28, 1892, Albert Lea, Minnesota Striking Back passage by the House of the Bill retaliating Canada. It will promptly pass the Senate other retaliatory Bills coining. Washington july 22.�?the most important legislation passed by the House to Dav was the bid to in orce reciprocal commercial relations Between the United states and Canada. The president has s it two messages to Congress on to subject. And today the House passed the measure without division Atul sent it at once to the Senate. It was Laid before that body and placed on the Calendar taking the place of the Senate Bill on the same subject. This promptness indicates that Congress is very much in Earnest in this matter and that the president be heartily supported and the great interest involved protected. When the Bill was called up in the House or. Blount of Georgia explained it. Or. Lind of Minnesota inquired whether Titis Bill might not be construed As an abrogation of the treaty. Or. Blount could not say. Lie was not inclined to think it would. Or. Lind suggested that if it did it would be a very serious matter. Or. Blount replied that it probably would be that was a very serious matter to meet and that the great Lake should be open to Canadian Trade Anu denied to american Trade. Or. Lind suggested that the United states receive the ree use of the St. Lawrence River in perpetuity. This was a very important right. We could build canals of our own we could not build a St. Lawrence River. Or. Blount thought that the government should stand manfully and heroically for rights of the citizens and meet every emergency when it arose. Or. Hitt of Illinois spoke in favor of the Bill which was passed without division. What the Bill does. The Bill provides when the president shall be satisfied that the Dassau through any anal or lock connected with the navigation of the St. Lawrence River the or at lakes or the Waterways connecting the same of any vessels of the United states or of cargoes or passengers in transit to any port of the United states is prohibited or is made Dit i cult or burdensome by the imposition of tolls or otherwise which lie shall Domeni to be reciprocally unjust and unreasonable he shall have the Power to suspend the right of free passage through St. May s Falls canal so far As it relate to vessel owned by the subjects of the government discriminating . The unit a states. The Bill will be a sed by the Senate and sent to tiie president As soon As it can be reached. That will not be Long if the usual practice of resorting to the Calendar every morning is pursued. As the president has recommended the legislation there can be no doubt of action upon the Bill when it Ria lies him. It is on a the first step in retaliation on the part of this government for it it tails of its purpose it May be followed up by the enactment of other pending Bills that Are much More stringent in terms for instance cutting of the immensely valuable privilege now enjoyed by the canadians of shipping goods through the United states in Bond and without the payment of duty and imposing Liis Crimi rating duties european Anil chinese imports entering the United issus via Canada. Smith. Successor. Andrew 1 a Lite Wilt i in tie car i Domain. Washington july 22.�?the president sent to the Senate to Day the following nominations Andrew White of new York minister to Russia a Loudon Sim Deu of Pennsylvania now minister to Reeve. Kot Imama and trivia. Minister to Spain tru Toti it. Kale of it Alfornia. Now Ami Uter and Consul a Terai to Persia to be minister to Grov. A trivia hid Roux Stirt and the following Consul. John a. Harries of Illinois at it he Multz Parley r. By a of South Dakota at Messina t Yrus w. Field of new York at Brunswick Charles Vortriede of Ohio at Horgen. Andrew Dickson White was born in Homer n. Y., nov. 7. 1832. After graduating at Yale College in 1853, he spent two years in in Aris and Berlin pursuing historical studies. He was also attached to the american legation at tit. Petersburg and travelled considerably in europeo foot. In 157 he was ele ted pro lessor of history and English literature in the University of Michigan. In 18 >2 he resigned owing to impaired health served in the new York legislature and was Eho in first president of Cornell College in 1807. Which place lie retained until tailing health compelled him to retire in 185. He was United states minister from 1�79 to 1881, 1l has published some important books on Aud science. Sleet let a a Lri a Washington special july 22.�?representative Lind has made a report irom the Loreign and interstate Commerce committee upon a bid which is it considerable merest to the nor. West and one which Charles a. Pin Bury was very much interested in. It re ate to bids of lading Lor tour acid when and other shipments. As amended and reported by. 1present alive Lind it covers the desires o. Northwestern wheat and hour shippers. It is intended for shipments not through the lakes to Loreign ports. In labor cd us a. Washington july 22.�? John w. Hayes general Secretary treasurer and messes. A. W. Wright and John Dei Viu of the general executive Board of the knights labor Are in the City since yesterday in the interests of organized labor in connection with the columbian exposition. They seek the removal of several causes of complaint. Hostility in re Liuz in Washington july 22.�?it seems to be almost certain that the House conferees will report to the House concurring in the Senate world s to air amendment and will fight a government appropriation with vigor. Wealthy new yorkers drowned. New York july 22.�?robert and Ernest sol Teutu Brothers engaged in the India rubber Trade in new York and Hamburg started in a Nantha launch from new York for Long Beach l i., monday. The launch was found Bottom up yesterday on the Rockaway Beach. It is supposed the Brothers were drowned. They were quite wealthy. In Alo Alto dead. San Francisco july 22.�? la a o Alto the celebrated stallion Bend of senator Stanford a stud on the l Alo Alto Stock Lnu died of pneumonia to Day. Belief for settler. Washington special a representative Castle said to Day that the joint Resolution which senator Washburn put through the Senate sometime ago providing for Relief for settlers 011 the Mille lacs reservation in Minnesota would come up Belore the House committee on Public lauds monday and would probably be reported favourably from that committee. There has been considerable delay about the matter Aud i he settlers have been pressing very hard for speedy action. There May be an Opportunity to slip it through during the closing Days of the session unless speedy action is taken it will have to go Over until december. Condensed telegrams. The business portion of Rio Vista cal., has Btu burned. Loss. $150,000. Cardinal Giuseppe do Anibal prefect of tie congregation of indulgences and sacred remit is dead. The whisky Trust has inaugurated a War the Central distillery company St. Louis. Prof. P w. Bedford of new York editor of the pharmaceutical record died of paralysis yesterday. The number of families burned out at St. Johns n. Of. Is 1,874, making 9,000 people rendered homeless by the great fire. E. U. Knight the millionaire sugar refiner died of pneumonia at Cape May n. J., yesterday he was seventy nine years old. Two pairs of homing pigeons were released at Lafyette la., wednesday and Sre expected to reach Philadelphia to Day or to Morrow. In anticipation of another cuban revolution the cuban revolutionary party has been formed in the United states. Jamaica and Mexico. T Apt. W. E. Andrews started from Atlantic City n. J., wednesday of his voyage across the Atlantic Ocean on a sixteen oct Sailboat. Jack Allan and mrs. I Leiden of Montreal who have teen at a fashionable hotel in san Francisco As j. S. Adams Aud Wile of Quebec have slipped away. The swiftest most destructive and most formidable naval vessel in the world the pirate or Cruiser no. 12, will be launched at cramps ship Yard tuesday. Grover Cleveland and wife will leave Boston 011 aug. 4 for Sorrento me., where they will 1 e the guests of president Frank Jones of the Boston a Maine Road. A judgment Andrew Carnegie for s509 in favor of the Continental Trust company receiver for the american opera company has been filed in new York City. The markets. Chicago wheat no. 2 Spring 79 no. 3 Spring 73to72c. No. 2 red us corny no. 2, 50c. Oats no. 2, 3ic. No. 2 White 34to to34i no. 3 White 32j 3,34c. Ryks no. 2, g5jc. Barley no. 2, Coe. Minneapolis wheat no 1 hard 804c no. 1 Northern tile no. 2 Northern to75c. Corny no. 3, 43c no. 3 yellow 4 4 Oats no. 2 White 30to3uic no. 3 White 29c. Rye no. 2. 69to70c. Barley no. 3, 38 to 48c. Hay new Hay sold pretty Well i Choice and new Timothy also went Well a Carol the latter go Lomg at $19 old Upland $7tos new Upland $.4 to 9.5b new Timothy $9to 10 poor and damaged All kinds .84to 3. . 1 hard 78to79c. No. 1 Northern. 77to78c no. 2 Northern 71 to 72c. Corny no. 3, 41to42e no. 3 yellow 43 to 44c. Oats no. 2, 28 to 2.4c no. 2 White 304 to 314c no. 3, 30 to 304 Barley and Rye no. 3 Barley 40 to 50c no. 2 Rye 7l to 72c, malt goto75c, ground feed and no. 1, $10@ 10.50 no. 2, $ 10.59 a 17 no. 3, $17 to$l7.o0. Low Grade $13.50 to 14 Corn meal bolted $22 to 23. unbolted $10 to$lt�.5o bran bulk $9.5uto 10. Milwaukee the Vry no. 2 Spring 73to74c no. 1 Northern 8c. Corn a no 3, 45c. Oats no. 2, White. 32to33jc. No. 3, do 31 to 41 in. Barley a no. 2 ,58c Sample. 48 togl4 Rome july 20.�? the province of Kazuo the a Veneca Assembly. Waseca Minn. Special july 22.�?the programme for the Day at the Waseca Assembly opened with the devotional unc Ling at 8 of clock conducted by item. B. Hingley. This was lol owed by the choir practice and the regular daily schools and Piasse which Are constantly increasing both m s be and interest. At 11 of clock or. George k Morris delivered a lecture entitled a a the at that carries the the afternoon entertainment by Frederick Emerson Brook the poet humorist of California and d. W. Robertson musician of new York City was one 01 the Ringst entertainments Ever Given Belore the As Emu. A a. Eugene Mav spoke in the evening on Rome. Or. Morris lectured Belore the Imine ants club during tie afternoon and or. conducted i Cias in geology on the porch of the hotel. The University quartet Sang during the Day. Mucin to the pleasure 01 the people. It a announced last evening that the quartet were engaged or the entire time. Many new arrivals were registered during the Day. The Day it Kent islam. Lake City. Minn., special july 22. A High temperature at rest Island to Lav w Ith Littie air in motion detracted somewhat irom the attendance and the interest in tiie exercises. A Fie rupture Reading was Given this morning by Rev. G. ,. Morrill Ami Eider ruins Smith in tiie a ter noon John c. Collins talked on Mission. In the a veiling. With a Mir attendance John g. Woolley delivered an address based Oil acts a it i. 29 Quot and suddenly there was a great earthquake so that the Lound Tiou of tiie prison were shaken and immediately All tiie doors were opened and every ones bands were Between the afternoon and evening service or. Woolley Ami a number of i is inet ids took a Short excursion on the s earner Ernei Howard Itiat they might enjoy the Mugni Wicent View to be had irom tiie Lake of rest Island. Mann int Ami the fair. Washington Spei my july 22.�?the probabilities Are that w Hen the vote is again taken 011 Tho world s Mir appropriation in the House four Minnesota representatives will he found supporting the appropriation. Representative Hail tiie oily Man besides Lia Ivorsen w 10 was opposed to it says he is not sure whether he will vote for it or not. He Roal Zes that Litiere is some opposition 111 his Section of the country to the proposed appropriation yet lie believes it would he very Good policy on the part of the government to make this Lair a great National Success. Stilih noon ended. Lake Falls Minn., special july 22�?the great Northern strike is practically at an end. Contractor paid the lenders and discharged them. W of k is in Luli again to Dav. Some new men Are coming in. No further trouble is anticipated. The Luen gained nothing by Tho strike. Move in storm in Iowa. Ottumwa Iowa july 22�?severe electrical and wind storms Are reported to Day from Many Points in the state. At Hitsma several houses were blown Over. At Mason City the wind destroyed a number of houses and several persons Are reported injured though none seriously. headquarter. Neg York. July 22.�? the Republican National committee has at last secured Headquarters for the Campaign in the eighteen room building no. ,378 filth Avenue which is conveniently near the Union league and Republican clubs and the Graml Central depot has been secured. Honor inn Columbu. Washington july 22.�?the president today issued a proclamation appointing Friday oct. 21, 1892. The four Hundredth an 1 Niver Ary o the discovery of America by Coluin Ici As a general bolide. Hub a lit Ace pent. Washington special tiie Secretary of stale Nas received Otic Ial assurances of Rusia s acceptance of the president s invitation to participate i i an International monetary conference. All the Oiler european countries having previously taken s Milar action nothing now remains the formal preparation for the Coti Tereice. It is understood taut these arrangements including tiie selection of place and Date of meeting and the selection of the american delegates will be completed by next week. By 111 bu., my. Inti. Pierre s. 1 >., special the american smelting and refilling company a corporation organized Unuer the Laws of Kansas with Headquarters at Kansas City has concluded to locate a $300,000 smelter at fraud j librarian Linderfelt of Milwaukee charged with further crookedness. Members of the Board May be asked to make embarrassing explanations Milwaukee wis., special july 22.�? More sensational development in the librarian Linderfelt Case the have yet been made have been coming. A Dav or two ago it was suggested by expert Jackwitz a figures that the sex librarian had been org foreign publications for other purposes than use in the Public Library and thus defrauded the government of duty. It of. Watrous of customs immediately began to investigate Aud to Day discovered that in one Case at least Linderfelt had defrauded tie government. He had purchased in France two sets of the la ruse dictionary comprising sixteen volum s each which lie took oath were both Lor the Library. Col. Watrous looked tip the custom House record and then that there might be no mistake went personally to the Public Library where lie asked to see tiie la ruse dictionary. He was shown one set and was told there was no other lie then asked to see the Library books and found that on june 8, 1888, the Library a i received one set Ollie dictionary at a Cost of 400 francs. Col. Watrous does not know of course where the Oiler set has gone lie will immediately make a demand on the City for the $20 duty 011 tie missing set 1101 in be in the j Public Library. The really sensational feature of this development i hat it is intimated that Linderfelt purchased works for certain members of the Library Board and got them free of duty by swearing they were or use in the Library. This May do an injustice to the estimable gentlemen who constitute this Board and they each and All Are entitled to be considered free from such implication until the contrary is proven. It is possible that Linderfelt May have carried on a regular Book Trade with the members of the Board and with other people of Means who could know nothing about Iii fraudulent methods. But collector Watrous has just begun his investigations and until he gets through there is no telling who May be implicated and How much duty the City w ill have to to tiie government. Watrous May be depended upon to make to investigation thoroughly. Tiie Dakota Stoltm. Ii adv buildings wrecked at Gettysburg and Forest City. Huron s. D., special july 22.�?telegraphic communication was resumed with Gettysburg and Forest City this evening. Tuesday nights wind storm proves less destructive than first reported. W a. Herrons House was destroyed and i i e and a laughter killed and another daughter seriously Hurt. Baptist and methodist churches and two school houses were destroyed also the residences of James Bryson. John Clements f. I. Twete and Hall dozen other House were wrecked. The los is Between $40,900 and $50.gt. At Forest City and Cheyenne Agency the Catholic Church Thiee so tool Lio i a and several residences w Ere Unoo de. I he Forest City amp Sioux City railway round House was Aio destroyed. A i of. To two. A Simrin and another mortally ii Ureil on a Kiir track. Ella Dalf n. I it. Special. July 22�?at these Tond annual reunion of the Dickey county veterans association Neld Here today a Accident occurred. During a very exp Ting running race. One Rita eos Wiio w a Aeng a marshal of the Day ran Over not r Man. All Ell in a . Both men aids Uii ring injuries that will probably prove i ats. Fat Ioyel a i he. The it entrant flouring Mill at Sauk t enter total Sauk Center Minn., special july 22.�? the Central Minnesota roller flouring Mills Are burned to the ground. The fire started 011 the second floor of the Mill and in an hour and a bait there a nothing let. I he nulls wore purchased recently by e. T. Davidson from j. A. Dubois a Ltd of. Tor a consideration 1 o $32 509 and Are a total Oss. Insurance not known. I a Farmer unlit. Omaha. July 22.�?joe Jeffrey hot and seriously wounded e a on Rich to Day. The two have been in the Law badness together Tor some time past. For everal weeks they have been qua reining and agreed to dissolve partnership each claiming the other was trying to defraud. R cd to let Jeffrey have Access to the Book Ami to Day j. They secured an order compelling Rich to i it him Settle up. They immediate in Negan quarrelling , and Rich attempted to throw Jeffrey out of the fifth tory window. Or mfr y object i and 111 the Melee Drew a revolver and shot Rich in the Arm and Side. Oil r y i under arrest. Foul cow prove i if it. Chicago july 22.�?charm Teiner John Rybachek Frank Steckowski and Albert Schlega were asphyxiated in a vault at Louis Hutchinson a Tannery to Day. 8teiner and lie Bachek Are dead and the others cannot recover. Steckowski was at work alone in the vault Whan lie was overcome by foul Gas. The others went to jus Rescue and were also overcome. Large soap work destroyed Mason City Iowa july 22.�?the a on City soap and Oil works were destroyed by fire last night. The tire originated in the boiler room. The work were owned by c. W. Londro and were the largest of the kind in the City. Loss $35,-900 partially insured. I threaten to withdraw. Boston. July 22.�?ii is reported on Good authority that on account of the refusal of die Western traffic association to carry out the agreement the Chicago Burlington a Quincy will withdraw from the association in october Aud tha the director have Given notice to that effect. President Perkins 01 the Chicago Burlington amp Quincy refuses to confirm and deny the report i Lenng Felt ii smallpox. Newport r. I., july 22.�?owing to the discovery of smallpox in a Block Island in Tel there has been a constant hog Ira of strangers and guest s irom the Island Ami it i is believed that by. Utu Day the hotels will he practically deserted. Cyrus a. Field funeral. Doh ferry n. A. Special Tho Mineral of Cyrus w. Field occur ted to Day irom his residence. The handsome old mansion wa3 crowded with distinguished friends of Tho deceased. Tomorrow morning the remains will be conveyed by special train irom Dobbs ferry to Stockbridge mass., where or. Field s lather Mother and wife Are buried. There will be 110 honorary pall bearers. Four 01 the servants of or. Field will carry tiie Visket to the Hearse As they did a yes ago when mrs. Field was buried. Congress. Proceedings of the House and Senate. Wednesday july 13 sen ate. In committee of the when the promo lion to Issue 10.004,000 souvenir half lol ars for the world fair a carried. Two provision were couple i on to the propose Ion one that the world fair he not opened 011 sunday the other that no liquor be sold on the ground. These provisions May meet some opposition when reported Back to the Senate. House. A Resolution was offered making the Sii Var Bill a special order for to Dav and after Long and spirited disc Ion it a Defeated by a vote of 154 Aye to 133 nay. Thursday july 14. Senate. The Senate devoted most of today a session to the sundry civil appropriation Bill and passed it before adjournment. The vote of wednesday in committee of the whole on or Petiers amendment to prohibit the Sale of intoxicating liquor within the grounds of the columbian exposition at Chicago was reversed in the Enate to fax. The vote upon its adoption being Yea 21, nay 29. House. Or. Herbert of Alabama presented a disagreeing conference report on the naval appropriation Bill and it a agreed to. Or. Herbert then moved that tin Houe recede from its disagreement to the Onate amendment w hich Are Tili in controversy these Are the appropriations of $30,o u Tor Thena Val review and the authorization for the construction of a new Battle hip. Or. Herbert motion a agreed to Yea 1 i nay 3�?and the Bill i disposed of a tar As the House is concerned. Friday july 13. Senate. The Senate to Dav adopted final conference reports 011 the army and Navy and legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bills Ami assented to a House Resolution extending existing appropriations for objects not yet acted upon until july 30. It Al of of the fortification Bill with amendments. Or. Washburn or Minnesota under the impression that there a a deliberate plan to crowd out the anti option Bdl by antagonizing it with appropriation Bills and by other methods warmly opposed and Ile heated a motion to adjourn Over till monday an i gave notice that lie should Call up his anti option Bill to Morrow. House the consideration or the sundry civil Bill occupied the attention of the House to-1 a the world fair appropriation or $3,-309,909 being the item under discussion. Sir. Durborrow Diu of Illinois or. Pendleton Denio West Virginia and or. A. Taylor re of Illinois made Brief speech in support of the proposition or. Mccreary dem. Of Kentucky or. Eittie demo new York an i or. Wheeler demo Alabama opposing it. It a agreed that a vote should retaken on the Bill at 12 of clock 011 tue Day next. A Resolution was passed calling on the to Tea ter general for information regarding the letting of mail contracts to railroads since March 189. The Eon Terence report on the army Apo Rop a Ion Bill a also agreed to. The House took a Rece a until 8 of clock for pension business. Saturday july 10. Senate. Thela of the appropriation Bills the deficiency occupied about one half of the Day a Sion. All the amendments reported by the committee on appropriation were acted upon. Among the committee amendment a one requiring the acre tary of the Trca Ury to to the Pacific Railroad companies the urn. That lie should find due to them for government transportation. The amount earned Ltd the aided line is to be paid info the Treasury in account of the indebted dec of 1 be companies and the amount earned 011 the unaided line 1 to be paid to the c my Anie. No objection a made to the amendment and it a agreed to. An amendment a Al of agreed to appropriating nearly $590,000 to judgments of ten it court of 1 Aims in Indian depredation cases. Tin Only other important amendment offered was a provi Ion for payment of the judgment 011 the French spoliation claim. A re solution a adopted empowering the committee on immigration to investigate the working of the Law relative to immigration from countries and the importation of contract labor into the United state and the Law and prevailing method of naturalization to be conducted during the present be Uii or the recess of Congress. Inoue. The worlds fair appropriation we the subject of the debate in the House. Or. Taylor of Illinois offered an amendment which he said he would Call up providing that the Lair be kept open on sunday no machinery shall he run or any Tabor performed. And that a Hall shall be provided for the conduct of religious service by minister of All denominations. No action a taken. Monday july 18. Senate. After the deficiency Bill had pissed the anti option Bill a. On motion of Washburn taken up and thus a Caine the regular order. The opponent of that measure then interposed dilatory Morion which were also designed to out tiie anti option Hill from it positron of precedence. The Friend of the measure were Strong enough however to re it All Tiu a Effort and when the Senate a i journey the anti option Hill a the a unlink died Gnu Ines to come up at 2 o e Oak to Morrow. House. The Way and mean committee of the Houe a opted a Resolution providing for final adjournment of c it urge a on the 25th. Or. Lind of Minnesota on behalf the minority of the committee appointed to investigate the administration of the pension office submitted to the views of the minority to the House. The report find nothing for which the commissioner can be criticised unless it be that lie appointed his son appointment clerk of the Bureau. It agrees w Ith the majority i i their suggestions in regard to the exer a by the members of Congress of the so called a congressional tuesday july 19. Senate. Senator Washburn anti option Bill was before the Senate for consideration. It was finally agreed that the amendments which senator we a born desired to have made to the Bill be printed jut a he wanted it and then senators desiring to Amend it could do so. The Senate received a Ems age from the president returning without i approval a Dili to Amend the act a to the circuit court of a eals in cases of Indian depredations. House the interest in Tho House entered in the sundry civil appropriation Bill. The amendment appropriating $5,000,000 in Aid of the exposition was non concurred in the enemies of the proportion having a majority of 12. The Senate amendments increasing the appropriations were non concurred in bulk. To the Surprise of both sides the amendment to close the exposition on sundays was carried. A motion by or. Of Neillo Missouri for the purpose of preventing the employment of Pinkerton in the District of Columbia during the g. A. R. Encampment a Well As at the world s fair was carried. Juri licit he of Indian court Pieske s. D., so Erial a one of the most inter tag Indian Case Ever brought Belore the United slates courts will be Lizard to Morrow before United states commis Ioner Laird. It involves Hie jurisdiction of the Indian courts which have been established at Alt of the Indian agencies and which according to a ruling of the Interior department Are pose sed with the jurisdiction of the Ordinary Justice court borne time ago Tho Indian court at the Cheyenne Agency rendered a verdict one William Benoist the government interpreter at that place the verdict was for $49, and an execution a issued by the court upon two of Benoist cattle. The warrant upon which the suit is based charges grand larceny in the a z u 5 of tiie cattle. Owns the Earth. Or. Tii linage says the right to full temporal support u in the christians name. He also Lias a title to the celestial City with full enjoyments of All its glories. London special Cable a or. Tal Mage s preaching tour in England has been a continued series of unprecedented successes. The Sermon selected for this week is entitled a your possessions Quot from i. Corinthians iii., 22, a fall Are the impression is abroad that religion puts a Man on Short allowance that when the ship sailing heavenward Corn s to the shining wharf it will be foun 1 out that All tie passengers had the hardest kind of seafarer that the soldiers in Christ a army March most of the time with empty Havers tick in a word that Only those people have a Good time in this world who take upon themselves no religious obligations. I want to find out whether this is so and am going to take account of Stock i am going to show what Are the christians liabilities and what is his income and what Are his warrantee deeds and what Are his Bonds and mortgages and i shall find out before i finish just How much he is Worth and i shall spread before you the balance Sheet in time to warn you All the religion of Jesus Christ if indeed it be a failure and in time for you All to accept it if indeed it be a Success. I turn first to the assets and i find there what seems to be a Roll of government securities the Empire of heaven promising All things to the possessor. The three Small words of my text Are a warrantee deed to the whole universe when it says a fall Are yours a in making tin inventory of the christians possessions i remark in the first place that he owns this world. This world is god s Park and while he allows those who Are not his children and who refuse ins authority the privilege of walking through the gardens the possessions of All this grand ure of Park and mansion is in the right of the christians the Flowers the diamonds the Silver the Gold the morning brightness and the evening shadows. Juthe simple fact is that in the last Days of the world All the architecture All the cities All the mountains All the villages will be in the Possession of the Church of Christ. A a the Meek shall inherit the ships of Tarshish shall bring presents. A the Earth is the lord s and the fullness a fall Are a a you say a what satisfaction is there in that when i Haven to Possession of them Quot these things will come before the supreme judge of the universe and he will regulate the title and he will eject these squatters upon the property that does not belong to then and it shall be found that a fall Are secondly i remark that the right to full Temiz Oral support is in the Christian s name. It is a great affair to feed the world. Just think of the fact that this morning sixteen Hundred millions of our race breakfasted at gods table just think of a commissary department of a world just think of the infinite wardrobe where sixteen Hundred million of people get their clothes god spreads the table first of All for his children. Come and get the key of the infinite wardrobe. Here they Are All the keys. A Are All Quot so All the Vicissitudes of this life so far As they have any religious profit Are in the right of the Christian. If you should stand among the Alleghany mountains especially near what is called the a Horseshoe Quot you would find a train of cars almost doubling on itself Aud sitting in the Back car you see a locomotive coming As you look out of the window and you think it is another train when it is Only the front of the train in which you Are Riding and sometimes you can hardly Tel whether the train is going toward Pittsburg or toward Philadelphia it is on the track and it will reach the depot for which it started and All the passengers will be discharged at the right place. Now there Are a great Many Sharp curves in life. Sometimes we seem to be going this Way and sometimes we seem to be going that Way if we Are christians we Are on the right track and we Are going to coma out at the Light place. One of the Best things that Ever happened to Paul was being thrown off his horse. One of the Best things that Ever happened to Joseph was being thrown into the pit. Tiie losing of his physical eyesight helped John Milton to see the Battle of the Angels. One of the Best things that Ever happened to Ignatius was being thrown to the wild beasts in the coliseum and while 80,000 people were jeering at his religion he walked up to the fiercest of All the Lions and looked him in the Eye As much As to say. A there 1 am ready to be devoured for Christ a All things work together for your Good. If you walk the desert the manna will fall and the sea will part. If the feverish touch of sickness is kindled Over your Pillow by its Light you can read the promises. If the Waves of trouble clash High above your Girdle across tiie surge you can hear the Promise a when thou passes through the Waters i will be with i go further and Tell you that the Christian owns not Only this world he own the next world. No chasm to be leaped no desert to be crossed. Ther e is the Wail there is the Gate of heaven. Death is not a Ruffian that comes Down to Burn us out of House and Home destroying the House of the Tabernacle so that we should be homeless forever. Of no he is Only a Blae k messenger who comes to Tell us it is time to move to Tell us to get out of this hut and go up into the Palace. The Christian owns All heaven. A fall Are its palaces of Beauty its towers of strength its castles of love. He will not walk in the eternal City As a foreigner in a strange City As a Farmer walks Over his own premises. A fall Are All the mansions yours. Angels your companions Trees of life your Shade. Hills of glory your Lookout. Thrones of heaven the place where you will shout the Triumph. Tests is yours god is Youts. You look up into the face of god and say a my you look up into the face of Jesus and say. A my walk out on the battlements of heaven and look off upon the City of the Sun. No tears. No sep Row. No death. No smoke of toiling warehouse Curling on the air. No voice of blasphemy thrilling through that Bright Clear Sabbath morning. No Din of strife jarring the air. Then take out your deed and remember that from throne to throne and from Well to Wall and from horizon to horizon a fall Are 0 be who have pains of body that exhaust your strength and Wear out your patience i hold 1 before you this morning the land of eternal health Ami of imperishable Beauty and a fall is yours a o be who have hard work to get your daily Bead Bard work to shelter your children from the storm i lift before you the vision of that land where they never hunger and they never thirst and god feeds them and Robes cover them and the warmth of eternal love fills them and All that is yours. O be whose hearts Are buried in the grave of your Lead o be whose happiness went by Long ago�?0 be who mourn for countenances that never will Light up and for eyes closed forever sit no longer among the tombs look Here. A Home that shall. Never be broken up. Green Fields never deft of the crave. Ransomed ones from you parted Long ago now Radiant with a Joy that Snail never cease and a love that shall never grow cold and wearing garments that shall never Wither and know All that is yours. Yours the love. Yours the acclaim. Yours tiie transport. Yours the cry of the 4 and 20 elders your it the chairing of cherubim. Yours the Lamb that was slain. In the vision of that glorious consummation i almost lose my foothold and have to hold fast lest i be overborne by the glory. The vision Rose before St. John on Patmos and lie saw Christ in a blood red garment Riding on a White horse and All heaven following him on White horses. What a procession let Jesus ride. He walked the Way foot sore weary and faint. Now let him ride. What horse of i tory Bear on our chief. Hosanna to the son of David ride on Jesus let All heaven follow him these cavalry of god fought Well and they fought triumphantly. Now let them be mounted. The pavements of Gold ring under the flying hoofs. Swords sheathed and victories won like conquerors they sit on their chargers. Be mounted troops of god ride on ride on ten thousand abreast cavalcade. No blood dashed to the lips. No blood dripping from the fetlock. No smoke of Bartle breathed from the nostril. The Battle is ended the Victory won. A lady Blacksmith. Fay Beve Nolga of san Francisco runs a forge a Vulcan in petticoats or the lady Blacksmith a is the title of the Story that might be written of miss Fay Beveridge of san Francisco. Miss Beveridge is an Art student who has gone into wrought Iron and Basset up a forge and Bellows of her own. With her arms bared like any Blacksmith a pair of old boots on her feet to protect them from grit and in an old skirt this Young woman Breaks up Coal starts her fire blows it to a proper heat and in Brief pursues her Trade like any Man she naturally chooses the sort of work according to her strength. At present she is making a speciality of Iron brackets stands and other Light articles. What she Hopes to accomplish is a school and shop of ornamental wrought Iron for women believing that for the work i wrought Iron now in Vogue women might have a special aptitude. This has a delicacy Akin to that of jewellers a work. One of the prettiest fantasies in wrought Iron is a Bell and a Bell pull in William d. Salines country House it Lenox. The Bell hangs outside of his study door which is in a separate Wing. The Bell is wreathed with roses and a Garland that has broken Loose arid hangs Down in leaves and blossoms is the Bell pull this is Swiss work there is no reason Why fancy could no take so Graceful a form in wrought Iron in this . Sun. Royal flute player. Frederick the great made generous presents to All musicians except flute players. He played the flute remarkably Well himself and his proficiency sometimes led to acts that caused disappointment to his brother artists. A famous flautist once visited Potsdam and asked permission to play to the King hoping that Frederick would show his appreciate on of Iris skill by some valuable gift. Frederick received him graciously and listened attentively while he played a difficult piece. A you play very Well a he said a and i am very glad to have heard a virtuoso of such ability. I will give you a proof of my so saying he left the room. The musician waited guessing at the probable nature of the presently the King returned with his own flute and played the same piece which had just been executed for him. Then he bade his visitor Good Day saying a i have had the pleasure of hearing you and it was Only fair that you should hear teaching Welsh it takes a welshman to talk Welsh. Few foreigners Are Able to pronounce the Welsh 11. The author of a Yorkshire Folk talk tells an amusing Story of an englishman a struggles to master that difficult sound. The englishman had been appoint j de to the Welsh see of St. David and on taking up his abode in Wales end aged a native Welsh scholar to give j him instruction in the language. The pronunciation and especially the 11, bothered the Bishop and the welshman was almost at his with Send to explain the Lingual process by which the formidable sound was to be uttered. At last a Bright thought struck trim and being very obsequious in manner he Thris addressed the Bishop a your lordship must please to put your episcopal Tongue to the roof of your apostolic Mouth and then Hiss like a snakes in Ireland results of an attempt to introduce Ophidian into the Green Isle in 1831 James Cleveland an Irish gentleman being curious to ascertain whether the climate or soil in Ireland was naturally destructive to the Serpent tribe purchased half a dozen of the common harmless English snakes matrix Torquato in Convent Garden Market in London. Bringing them to Ireland he turned them out in his Garden St rat Gael in the county of Down and in a week afterwards one of them was killed at mile Cross about three Miles Distant. The persons into whose hands this strange monster fell had not the slightest suspicion that it was a Snake considering it a curious kind of eel they took it to or. L. Drummond a celebrated Irish naturalist who at once pronounced the animal to be a reptile and not a fish. The idea of a a having been killed within a Short distance of the very burial place of St. Patrick caused an extraordinary Sensat Ion of alarm people. The most absurd rumours were freely circulated and credited. One far seeing Clergyman preached a Sermon in which he cited this unfortunate Snake As a Token of the immediate commencement of the millennium while another saw in it a Type of the approach of cholera Moribus. Old prophecies were raked up and All parties and sects for once United in believing that the Snak foreshadowed a the beginning of the end a though they were widely differed As to what that end would be. Some More practical minded persons however subscribed a considerable sum of Money which they offered in rewards for the destruction of any other Snake that might be found in the District and three More of tie snakes were not Long afterwards killed within a few Miles of g10 Garden where they were liberated. The remaining two snakes were never clearly accounted for. The writer who resided in that part of the country at the time Well remembers the wild rumours among the More illiterate classes on the appearance of those snakes and the bitter feeling of angry indignation expressed by educated persons the very fortunately then unknown a person who had dared to bring them to Ireland. The Corpse raised objection kicked the coffin lid off when All was ready for the burial Thomas Kelly a coloured Man disappointed a Large audience in Chester pa., the other Day by refusing to be buried when the audience was ready to Bury him. He had been picked up for dead on a wharf the night before and had been tenderly removed to the coroners office to await an inquest and a funeral. When the undertaker came around the next Day he had the Corpse put in an ice Box while he went for a Hearse and some mourners and the preparations for be culture were nearly Complete when or. Kelly kicked the lid irom the Box got up and asked for his overcoat. Instead of giving the Corpse its overcoat the Brooklyn Eagle says the Coroner and other officials took to their heels not that they were averse to granting the dead Many a request that it was not in the usual order of tilings for dead men to make requests. Presently or. Kelly climbed out of the Box and in plaintive language punctuated with Hiccough went about town complaining of the indignities to which he had been subjected and also of headache. At last accounts he was still wandering around Chester terrifying people by these remarks and creating a Strong sentiment in favor of his recapture and burial. A pretty state of things or. Kelly is trying to establish if he has a spark of consideration for the feelings of his Fellows and the fees of the coroners he will go Back to the undertaker and ask him to finish the work that he had begun. His refusal to be put into his coffin is a direct reflection upon the acumen of the police and the personal qualifications of the Coroner and. Again if his example should be followed to any extent it would create 110 end of confusion and Lead to a vast amount of trouble with wills. Or. Kelly should submit to be buried. The Acme of Bliss. Once upon a time a Good old brother who rest his soul Lias Long since gone to his Reward in a meeting was dilating upon the wonderful glories of the new Jerusalem. Streets paved with Gold Angels with features of snowy whiteness 1 a Cherry bims and �?o8arahphims�?� he described with great minuteness in the Beautiful forms with which the Eye of Faith pictured them to his simple mind As he anticipated the delights of the heavenly City. Finally when his descriptive Powers were exhausted and he had soared in the Ether of imagination till his weary pinions would Bear him no longer he returned to Earth summing up All in the homely simile a Why. Brethren to be a Christian and get to glory is better a being president of the United Standard. Sure cure for bad boys. An armenian woman was arrested at Angora a few Days ago charged with having poisoned her son Artin a Young Man about 30 years of age. At the examination the woman made full avowal declaring that she had taken t he life of her son because she could no longer stand his misconduct. The woman was afterwards subjected to it medical inspection the physician declaring that she was not suffering from mental Herald. Natural. Under the circumstances. Aunt Jane after talking Long and seriously to Little Florien i Hope you love your creator my dear Florence. Florie who has not understood much and is Verv tired no May am. Aunt Jane horrified Why not he of h1 make the me Tho Ner youth a definition. A what is meant by realistic fiction a a it Means the kind of fiction in which the writer gives his characters i own Virtues and Iris neighbors failings

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