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Indianapolis Journal Of Freedom And Right (Newspaper) - January 15, 1880, Indianapolis, Indiana Paul schuster Propri to Indianapolis i1�diana Kab Semb of the to blk s nbw8. Ool Fobbs Koiral aha Wash motor n�w8. Ood Presb on the 6tb, and both hooves adj Oard Early As a Mark of re aspect to the memory of the late senator Houston. The fall report of the hot spi Iob commission was presented to the us Nate. Or. Scalea Resolution to investigate us origin of the Ute outbreak was adopted. By the House a leading democratic senator in Washington s Tys that senator gamer is manage no Gie Heral Grant s nomination. And that Secretary Sherman s acquiescence thereto has been secured. A letter is before the Secretary of the to 4anor c Lai by the hot Springs commission with attempted bribery. Much fault is being found with the report. The citizens a aim that it is a part of the established land Law that every town on Public lands Small be a titled to its town site at the minimum Vale of $1 95 per acre. Tha commission fixed a higher a a nation which i be paid or the land forfeit d. In the Senate an wednesday. Or. Bayard presented petitions from citizens of Delaware praying for the passage of his regal tender b of and or. Pendleton gave Noi ice Itiat he would propose an amendment to or. Bayard s Bill to provide that United states Noi a if deprived of their Legal tender Quality shall not be available As a National Bank Reserve. Or. Wisdom introduced a Resolution to consider the Fez Peden Cyde a a Tab Lishing a department of mridul Ture and Oom meroe and or. Davis West Virginia introduced a Bill for the a a of such a department. In the House a Large number of Isoel Laneous Bills were introduced. Or. Cox reported in the House his Bill to regulate immigration and it we a referred to the committee of the whole. Tel correspondence concerning the Ute Lodi Atu was Laid Briore the Senate. It is a id Thater Stetary sharia is considering the Les Oval Consul Mosby for allowing Oce of the letter s letters on the Hong Kong Fianda to be published. The Case of my Oabe is. Orth was argued before House committee on elections on wednesday. The Senate committee on privileges and Etc tons on thursday resumed consideration of the Ingalla Case and obtained the desired telegrams from the Western Union Tele graph company s agent at Topeka. In the House on Friday or. Ryan of Kansas introduced a Bill to provide for and Mitt Ion Doty free clothing intended for the Relief of the Dolored people who have emigrated. Amp in. Ferendo Wood has completed the revision of his refunding Bill. The question of appointing a new governor for Utah in the Cabnet meeting on Friday. The a a by two ordnance foundries in he unit a states have Given notice that they must permanently close unless the Oor Emmi it gives them More work. The Board of Indian commission Era recommended to the president that the regious societies be avow to select the Indian agents. The Mattenai Greenback conference in Washington Adi it med sine die on Friday after adopt it g a Call for the National Greenback a oven too to be held in Chicago june 9 on saturday the Senate committee decided to report favourably upon ail the pending a any nominations except promotions of lieutenants which were Laid aside. Of monday various Bills were introduced and Nie rred to proper committees. Minckl Lakocs if Kwh. Prince Bismarck is reported dangerously ill there Are rumours of approaching revolt Hon in Mexico. The steamship City of new York which arrived at new York City saturday brought $166.000 in Gold bars. Steien Longfellow Nephew of the poet has been Are Ltd ted for forging the latter a name to a $1,000 Check. R. R. Bishop was on wednesday elected president of the Massac Huberts Senate and c. T. Noyes speaker of the House. Jamee Stewart amp co. Doing an annual lumber business of $6 000,000 at Detroit Mic failed on wednesday last. Governor Jong was inaugurated As governor of Massachusett a on thursday. Pub a debt of the state $33,020,461. General Garfield has been nominated for the United states Senate by the Kepa Blic a members of the Ohio legislature. Benjamin c. Bogert for 18 years treasurer of the new York produce Exchange defaulted and suicide in new York last week. Frank Leslie the Well known publisher died on saturday afternoon at his residence in new York after a protracted illness. Deadwood escaped a second burning Down on thursday. A fire was Well under Way but stopped by the almost enter human exertions of the people. The Wabash. White and other Rivers of the state have been on a Boom quot All week do ing considerable damage in washing away Bridges and Mill dams. Colonel John f. Phillips Democrat was elected in the seventh Missouri District to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of congressman a. M. Lay. The governor of Alabama has appointed Luke prior United states senator from that a Tate to fill out the unexpired term of senator Houston recently deceased. There a a a Grain blockade at Chicago. The elevators Are filled to their capacity of 16,000,000 bushels and about 12,500,000 bushels stored in the various warehouses. Krupp the gun manufacturer at Essen Oer Many Bas orders that will test the Ca parity of Bia establishment until 1881. Russia and Chili Are giving Large orders. William inf Floc a Young German of foil Wayne was drowned in the so Joe River on wednesday. He was looking into this water tolling Over Reedsville dam lost hit balance fall Over with above result. Forge Lea on the grocers Bank of new York to the amount of $100,000 have been discovered and j. L. Haig a prominent merchant of new York Arrey ted a Barge a with it Tong them. a a map. The do Moc Ratie canons of the Maryland let Slature on thursday night selected a. P. Norman m their candidate for the United ,8t�tee Senate. Or. Gorman is prudent of the Yohei Peake and Ohio Giacal company Rand Eha Fafian of the de Inoch Ntim state Ceni tial of Ommittee of met land trouble threatened in the mining re Glodic of the Kanawha Valley. The mixers hate beef on a strike for six weeks and How threaten vengeance against the quot Black sheep quot who Are taking their places. The. Stutte militia has been ordered to be prepared to March to a a we s next at a moment s no time. The Aub treasurer at new York received Imp Osai to sell Bonds to the government in response to the secrete by of the be usury a circular of it oember 3l�?z1879, be would Purchase $5 too 000 Worth the total a fee Ridge a i $148,000, and were mostly Horn new York Bankers. The Secretary of the Treasury Bas accepted 3 056, a a i Slat Foroi in 20 to 104,25, my l.m5000 it of of Geibl la a of teacher was melted in by per lod., wed esd a night for attempt inc to drip a re Bitel into Charm Arnold s head. He is charged with intent to Rob and murder. There is Aat Efty growth in the talk at waa Hingten about Horado Seymou m a democratic Candy oath. A Southern Send Tor Whitle personal Choice is Bayard remarked saturday that he believed Tae new yorker was the stronger Man and that if be did not positively refute to run he would be nominated. Seven persons were burned Ito death at a fire at a Public Hall in new York on wednesday night. Of thursday they were buried. Six coffld8almo8t overed with Flowers were ranged bide., by Side mid on their plates were the names of the dead. Vice president Kuhn of the turn Verein read the funeral address. About 60 Lodge and societies were present. There was a Large funeral procession and Foly 10 000 spectators crowded around the Hall and to the neighbouring streets. The funeral of the seventh victim of the fire took place earlier in the Day. Last year s crops. The december 1879, crop report from the department of agriculture Washington d. Cis on our table containing estimates of they it id of wheat Corn Cotton tobacco Oats potatoes buckwheat and Hay and the estimated value of each. The report also Colliins extensive extracts from the correspondence of the department relating to the growing crop of Winter wheat. Ordinarily the crop reports of the department of agriculture Are not regarded As of special value but in so far As they relate to the total products of leading Staples they Are entitled to consideration and Are valuable for reference. The average yield of wheat Perate in 1879 is placed at 13.7 bushels which is almost identical with that of 1877, which waa 13 9. The acreage in wheat for 1879 was increased about l 4 per cent As compared with 1878, and was estimated at 32,545,900 acres giving a total crop of 448,755,000 bushels. The report says that estimating the population at 48.500,000 persons the yield per capita is9.2 Pushtu allowing 5 5 bushels for Home use there would remain 3 7 bushels surplus which would give 179 450 000 bushels for Export the Price this year As returned december 1 by the producer is $111, making a total value of $499,008 803, against a total value in 1878 of $326 346,000 at the same dalt a. The following tabulated statement of the wheat crop and the value of the same for 10 years will be found of general interest years. 1870187 1. 187 2. 187.3. 1s74. 1875. 187�. 187 7. 187 8. 187i>. Total total Val acreage. Product of prod it 8,092,691 19,9�.s 8�3 20,858,369 22,171,876 24,967,027 a6,38l,m2 2t,�27, 28,277,54� s2,10s,5 i0 82,543,899 285,881,700 230.7a,�j0 2��,997,100 281,251,700 s�o9102,700 292.ia�,0 0 s89.3�6,5 i0 361,194,146 4� .122,400 448,755,118 �?�245,865.045 290,411,8 0 310,180,375 323,504 805 291,1< 7.895 294,580 90 800,259 300 891,605,779 326,846,424 499,008,8u3 the yield of Corn for 1879 is placed at about 1 600,000,000 bushels at an average Price of 37 6 cents per Bushel valued at about $600,000,000, or one third More than the crop of 1878. The total of the Cotton crop for 1879 5s placed at 5,020,387 Bales of 450 pounds each at an average Price of 10.2 cents per Pound giving a total value of $231,000,000. The tora crop of tobacco for 1879 is estimated at 384,059,659 pounds valued at $21,545,591. The crop of Oats for 1879 is estimated Ai 364,253,000 bushels against 413,578,000 bushels for 1878, a decline of 12 per cent., valued at $120,855,000. The following tabulated statement presents a Clear View of the ration of prices to production yield average total years. Bufe hels. Value. Value. 187 5.354,317500 �0.36.5 �129,409.930 1876 .320 811,0 0 0,35.1 h2,8 �,900 1k77.406,39i. K 0 0.29 2 118,6�1,&0 1878.413,578,560 0. 4 6 101,915,8� 1s79. .ij�4,253,l80 0.3i.2 120,8d6,000 the quot potato crop of 1879 is estimated Ai 181,369,000 bushels which at 43.5 cents per Bushel As the a i Tage Price would show a value of $79.000,000. The crop of buckwheat is estimated at 13,145,000 bushels at a average Price of 59 cents per Bushel to the producer Yie Diuk $7,860,000. The Bay crop of 1879 a estimated at 10 per cent lers than in 1878, and the average Price .$9.24 per ton against $7.21 per ton in 1878. The value of top crop is placed at .$.325 000,000. A re Capitula Ion of values shows the Folio Wing Sunj total Lor the crop of 1879 wheat.9 499,008,803 Corn.�00,000,000 Cotton.231,000,0 0 tobacco.21,545,591 Oais .120,8i5,00t potatoes.79 000,000 buokwheat.1,860,000 hay.325,00j,000 total ,.�1,884,260,394 should cousins Kish n umber three of a series of prize questions promulgated by the London Whitehall review is quot should adult cousins male and female j e allowed to kiss each other quot some of the answers received Are As follows yk8, because Jacob after having Pereona ted Esau kissed his Cousin Rachel As soon As he saw her and their parents approved. Then they will care for it As Little As grocers boys do for sugar. Shakespeare says quot kiss me Sweet Coz quot and Tennyson says of himself and his quot Cousin Amy quot quot and our spirits rushed together at the touching of the As a lady is concerned it must be considered a fair proceeding. If she is married it can not be amiss. Brothers and Sisters kiss and their children should follow their example. One touch of nature makes the whole world Kin a kiss being a touch of Nati ire they should kiss to make them still More Akin. Family affection is a tender and it i Dutiful Plant which can not be to Ltd carefully nurtured. Bil Homb of a famous paint Kab the nettle. It thrive in Vajra the 4amm grow in Wood god Depths whare planting la Nimms fall. In the Granil lordly Park Rad pad Joek it Tail Neath Hawl Homi where the children stay Long Dpi on a Ann Fri sly pee where Annizer a lowered blow. the mde ii Wall by Laie Footpath. In old hedgerows tall a a Days we tire Bay feet pest to and fro. Evil and Good mingle mater lonely there it a a taint upon ail mortal Joy Sunah lne and Lih Adow Gold Kwh base Alloy it meat be co tii Beaver a High decree. A mingled Good of Naapi ration Knipl. Watn. >1eaanre a Choiha to bet a Towb the Neit Yit pain. A Lelanie Hoon. a the Latoris Tjohn Wenit it duals Hooke at Palace Oates in land i. Lion Dob the Home which or. Millais Bas built and made Beautiful is the fitting Reward of the Genius which Bas done so much to shed Honor on English Art. It is the Reward too of hard work for Amon Bis Many amiable and admirable qualities hone is More Charlete Ristic of the Man than Bis indomitable Industry his tenacious perseverance. During the working months of the year or. Millais applies himself to his professional business with single hearted Devotion. Until the completion of his pictures makes him a free Inan Titis door of his studio is sealed quot against All Comers. Even to his intimate friends he reveals not the secret of his Sanctum until the Early Days of april. When the doors of Burlington House have closed on the labors of the foregoing year the doors of his House at Palace Gate Are thrown open. Let us enter with a ticket of leave which announces that mrs Millais is at Home. Some 800 guests pass through the brilliantly lighted Marble Hall Between its rows of stately pillars and file in Way up and Down the Broad staircase along which runs a Dada of Marble and on which lies a Rich in Dian carpet. On the first Landing mrs Millais and her daughter Welcome the coming and Speed thie parting guests making a lore ground Weir a of the scenery beyond. Against tha.-, a amp la of the wide Landing a Marble basins which has a special water Supply of Ita own is surrounded by ferns and Moss. Lion with a fish in its Mouth and water issuing from its nostrils has Appa Nelly just risen irom its Depths. This ouri6,<iity of natural history designed by the possessor find executed in highly listed Black Marble is lifelike that one can imagine Frank Buckland claiming it As a Long lost member of his own Peculiar family. Marble busts by bums of mrs. Millais and two of her daughters preside Over All. Passing Onward we turned to the left and entered the lofty studio 40 feet Long which seems to vanish into the Green Woods of the tapestry beyond. Any curious stranger find ing himself alone in this chamber of Art might be startled not so much by the weird Ness of the Lay figures As by the various devices of the Art St were they suddenly to reveal themselves. At the end of the room a Long trap door opens by which pictures descend into the regions below. Close at hand there is a winding Iron staircase for the artist and his assistants. To the right a heavy curtain can be withdrawn showing an immense folding door through which the Art treasures Are darted away to the Royal Academy on receiving Day. In other parts of the Wall mysterious and invisible Little doors open serving the purpose of Bolt holes for the artist when flying from a sister or a Retreat for the father when making a sudden descent on his family. Meanwhile the easel is superseded by the piano round which a group of distinguished musicians Are gathered and near them members of the upper ten Are airing their charms and their diamonds in the Bude Light of Royalty. We pass through the folding doors into a scene of greater Tranquillity where we find quiet no is and undiscovered Corners under the Shadow of spreading Palms and in the midst of Flowers. The chairs and couches sofas and settees Are covered with exquisite brocade and Are so grouped and fashioned that friends May unite in Council or couples enjoy an uninterrupted Tete a Tete at will the fireplaces Are filled with plants through the leaves and Flowers of which glitter the sides of re-3ou.sse brass. Rare cabinets quaintly out ined stand sharply defined against the still undecorated Pale Gray Walls. All Are Beautiful but the one with Silver images in niches i. Also historic having belonged to Charles i. In the Middle drawing room a Large Square Bay window overlooks the Broad walk of Kensington gardens in the daytime and shows the living Panorama As it passes to and fro at night the tableau vivant becomes a picture of still life when the Rich Draper is drawn behind Michael Angelo s group of Loda and the Swan artistically bringing out the Noble features of the composition. In suite with the drawing rooms a dining room harmonizes with the rest the floors of All being parquet Erie and the carpets like that of the , Indian. From a door be Hind a Largo screen the mysteries of service a re silently performed by the Aid of a lift having gone the round of the Home circuit we emerge once More on the Lovely spot where the Soa lion is yet in the act of swallowing his fish and the water is still flowing from his nostrils where mrs. Millais and her daughter Are still welcoming their guests and whore groups of Well known faces hailing from the world of polities literature fashion and the , disc\is8 the questions of the Day. At the end of the London season a general mobilization of the family Millais takes place a boys and girls from school and lads from Cambridge in Perthshire the usual scene of their summer Joys. At St. Mary s towers for instance Millais in the bosom of his family and surrounded by friends is a thoroughly Happy Man. Before the Rich autumnal tints come to lure him quot Over the Hills and far away quot he spends his Days in fishing or playing Golf on a miniature scale in the Garden round the House. St. Mary s is a family mansion built by lord John manners and situated on an Eminence above Dunkeld. From the Tower the View extends Over Many counties whence the artist has taken the scene of some of his finest landscape and which abound in those Lovely quot bits quot so Well known. The stately hospitality of Palace Gate now gives place to the simple hospitality of Domestic life and those friends who visit the master at St. Mary s Are less guests than members of his family while the Sweet Mountain air and the genial kindness of the Host make everyone Happy from the youngest Little Elf to the stranger who May be visiting for the first time. One characteristic of the menage Millais is the rational dress of the womankind. Unlike the ladies of other artistic households they do not savor of the studio and the Lay figure nor forgetting that they live in the reign of Queen Victoria a. D. 1879�?dress themselves after the fashions of 121 b. C., posing As mothers of the Gracchi athenian Maidens or pompeian nymphs in in possible stuffs about the 12th of August Millais generally Breaks Forth from the peaceful pleas sures of Domestic life and hurrying further northward appears on the moors in the Complete garb of a sportsman. Pull of vitality and enthusiasm he strides across the Heather with the air of 8i genial brigand. To those a wilting the arrival of the sportsmen in the Shady hollow where the luncheon is prepared the sight is interesting. The dogs ranging wide make a sudden Point the party halts a puff of smoke and the Black Dot against the sky drops to the gun of John Everett Millais. While most London men would be exhausted with the Day s unwonted toil the artist keeps the bal going. Until Midnight and is a fresh when be Tiaw Bis Candle stick and bids Vliem Ali a cheery Good night As he was when he appeared on the scene of action with the of Elbl breakfast Bell. The morning Afier the 12th, while life s Are Abr the moment abeyance Lilly is intakes himself to a Keig Boring Orchard where with newspaper and cigars he seeks such repose As May be granted him under a Cherry tree. The Romano in the use of the great Koman Elat sir Walter Mott. One a week it 18 an old saying. Quot whom first we love we never wed quot and this though not strictly True May be applied to Scott a Byron George Washington and Many other men of note. It is interesting to observe How poets generally present their love matters to the up he. The personal Prience of i Tabb men i l crop out. Scott Vitor instance fell deeply in love in Early life with a girl of aristocratic family and As he was then merely a poor barrister there was no Prospect of Success. His father knowing this and being desirous to bring the matter to a close suggested to the parents the propriety of terminating the acquaintance and this was done in the least a painful manner. The lady was the Onisi daughter of sir John Stuart of Forfarshire and she afterwards married sir William Forbes the noted Edinburgh banker. As Scott was a Well educated Young Man of Fine personal appearance and agreeable manners there could be but Little reason for giving the banker preference except his wealth and social rank Scott Felt this keenly through life in quot Rokeby quot he revives the episode at some length. Matilda the heroine of the poem represents the object of his love who quot there rejects a poet in favor of one of Hillker rank and this scene becomes doubt Lei interesting As a picture of Scott s Early experience. In 1811 lady Forbes died but she lived Long enough to see the once penniless barrister the first poet in Scotland. Her death was deeply Felt by Scott for although he had been married for 12 years the old flame a not extinguished. Quot Rokeby quot appeared next year and Lockhart says quot that there is nothing wrought out in All Scott s prose More exquisite than the contrast be tween the rivals for the hand of the six years afterwards Scott wrote thus to miss Edgeworth quot Matilda was attempted for the er8on of a lady who is now no More so that am flattered with your distinguishing As this took place nearly 20 years after the disappointment it illustrates the tenacity with which the author held to his first love. When lady Forbes died Scott was so affected that he called on her Mother and both fell to weeping Over the sad affair. It is a curious incident in Domestic history to see a Man carrying his first love so tenderly through life while married to another woman to whom he always showed great attachment. Scott evidently made Matilda the Ideal or dream wife who accompanied him to the last. Having recovered from the worst effects of his disappointment he met a French girl whose father had saved both life and Fortune by fleeing from the dangers of the revolution. At the time referred to miss Carpentier or Carpenter was an of Han and to her Scott transferred his affections so far As this was possible. He appeared As has been said much attached to his wife through life and sincerely mourned her death. She was however intellectually and physically inferior to the scottish ladies of that City and the rapid degeneracy of the family May in some degree be ascribed to so unfavourable a Union. Could t stand the pressure. New York at 10 o clock yesterday morning a rag tag boy with a very Short coat on stood and looked through a Gate on Lewis Street at another rag tag boy about his own age who sat on the door step and tried to look very me a and Humble. Quot trying to be awful Sweet Hain t be quot sneered the first rag tag. No reply. Quot trying to make the Nauburs believe yer a Reg Lar Little Lamb quot continued the aggressor who evidently ached for a Row. No reply l it rag tag on the step heaved a sigh. Quot but everybody knows be for a snide and a Coward and i m going to lick be Fust time i catch be outside the Gate quot quot see Hore Lini quot softly replied number two As he Rort up quot i m trying Tobe Good so As to get a a Shetland Pony in my Stookins. A said if i did t Havo another fight she d git to one but she s nearsighted and a Little deaf and i m going to Pound the ground with be and risk the chances quot then rag tag ii Niber one flew the up Street hat in hand and after him came number two holding hat on with one hand and reaching out for his Back hair with the other while a woman opened the door looked after them and said quot must be that another barrel of cider has fallen from a Wagon and a ice Adin Lehnon. Kaibni Llu ill in Macin illan s Maga at an inspection i was at Spring in the neighbourhood of London a Large class of boys and girls were to read to the inspector s Asi instant. A boy began quot the Pota to in its native soil. America is Small and not fit to be eaten quot quot of Stop try again quot said the teacher jokingly. I thought you were going to Tell me about the potato not about America the boy Road it again exactly in the same Way. I glanced Down the whole class and saw that not one of the faces showed that the children knew what was meant when he was again told he was wrong. However the assistant who was evidently an experienced teacher soon brought them to understand and then they were All amused. But every child must have read that lesson some dozen times. The fact of one boy making such a mistake was not to be wondered at he might have been shy or stupid but that not one of the children could discover the mistake was somewhat startling. Only me. A Little figure glided through the Hall quot la that you. Pet quot the words came tenderly a 8ol>�?suppressed to let the answer fall quot it in t pet Mamma it s Only the quivering baby lips la they had not meant to litter any word Conid Plant a a Ting. But to that Mother heart a strange Pang went she heard and stood like a convicted thing. One instant and Chappy Little face thrilled Neath unwonted kisses rained Abote and from that moment Only me bad place. And part with pet in tender Mother love. A Caroline a. Halon it was a women s rights meeting. The speaker was saying quot let us take our stand right Here and firmly resolve that neither the votes nor the arguments of the opposite sex nor any Power of this Earth shall turn us aside or move us one Inch from this posit quot just Here a wicked Bat flew into the room Ana the meeting adjourned with so much quickness that some of the Mem Bers lost their pack hair. The speaker who oed not be quot turned ase quot was seventeenth from the last in getting out at the front door. And it is not certain that the Bat was one of the sex quot either. It is easy enough to Fin plenty of men a who think the world owes them a living but Liard to find a Chap who is willing to own up that he has collected the debt in full. Signor Max. 811�?iminy Etle la. A Hereit there is something of rimmed we and practical interest to women that has been urging itself upon me for rears. It is woman s relation to that work a Day world in which the must take up unaided the struggle for bread us respectability. There is a deadly ii by. In the popular significance of the wond. the signifies he which see a y has attached to i a being mainly woman a virtuous immunity from work in her own Beh self. But a Lii ave now to meet circumstances we must defy the so Cial definition or lea3 society Back to an understanding of the original meaning. This is a time when women must work for bread for the clothes she wears for the roof that shelters her for the luxuries that sweeten her in companione Days Yea even for those feathers and flounces and Fri Peries and rib Bons and rouges and false hair and Cara reels and Fash bus Dall the deft and cunning conceits that constitute the catalogue of feminine follies. Of course you guess that i am now discussing Only those women who find themselves obliged to learn he lesson of self dependence who know nothing in their own experience of the dignity that sits benignly on the brows of women hailed As Queens of Home and whose subjects loyalty is so in questioning that a Tiern of their hands is a command to prompt and willing obedience. The women i not the Happy brides of love nor the mothers of Little children whose voices Are heaven s music in their ears. They walk alone and not within the grateful Shade of Home which in All times has been the Segis whither women s Hopes and hearts have turned. They drag their skirts in soiled places in search for work and when they find it the chances Are that they will be physically unfit to shoulder it. Thei rtt is nearly always the Battle of the weak against the Strong not that men assail them even in defense of their own advantage in the race for living but their Pursuit of the prize is All absorbing. There Ore those women who stand without and Knock Are unheard or unheeded. Many Fields in which they might reap Good harvests Are fenced in and they Are forbidden to enter. Their Sickles rust though the reapers already in tread under foot Golden Gram enough t feed All the unwilling idlers quot who Only stand and wait quot yet who would also serve were the Gates swung Back a Little. I can not speak too emphatically on this Point. There Are Large numbers of women in nearly every Man s acquaintance shut out from Opportunity for self support by congenial work. Many of them Are forced to resort to the Over crowded sewing ranks in which the hardest and coarsest living is All that they can Hope for As their Reward for More hours of killing toil than Are Laid upon the Hewers and drawers in any country under heaven. The profession of teaching is equally overcrowded though i do not Lay so much stress on that believing that most Young women who enter it do so with the intention to Exchange it for the first desirable Man who offers himself in marriage. They Are right from the woman s Point of View and while i do not and can not blame them i must not forget that a Noble calling suffers by being diverted from its High object and made a Mere stepping Stone to marriage. The avenues of Commerce which in France for instance Are thro aged with with women a no More Apt and capable naturally than our own Are in America nearly All closed to women. The women of France Are educated in business methods and they manage commercial interests Small and great with admirable tact and judgment better in fact than men. Is not this an example Worth emulating in a country that has Given woman certain exclusive property rights and yet practically denied her the right to help herself or anybody else there is abroad much pretty and poetical sentiment respecting woman. From the birth of Art Man has made her the Symbol of the Beautiful. The loftiest regions have revealed her As the Virgin Mother of god. instinct has found in her a thousand forms of exquisite thought. In sculpture we find her soft and flowing outlines the tangible and enduring of Man s purest and most god like . The True Art of poetry is indebted to woman for its exit ence. She is the world s Ideal of patience she is immortalized As grief adoring Man has made her the embodiment of constancy and Christian tradition has taught us that she Man s first temptation. She hns played All of these roles without a rival. She is Ako the Mother of men in which sacred and suffering office i adore her. And yet with All there claims woman is a synonym for a kind of slavery so odious and crushing As to Rob her of Independence and self respect and she never neglects an Opportunity to rivet her own Fetters. 1 have before me a letter recounting an every Day experience the writer is a Young woman engaged in a reputable calling earning her living by intellectual Industry. I know she is worthy obedient to the obligations of , and upright quot respectable quot in her walk and conversation. She complains of ill usage tinged with insult by women. Thus a Day or two ago she wanted a new boarding House. She consulted the newspapers and found a Oon lenient and suitable place offered. After her Day s work was done she called at the in question and was met at the door. Quot is the lady of the House in quot she asked of the servant who answered her summons. Quot she quot will you please Call the lady appeared. Quot Good evening Madam was the caller s Salute. Quot what is your business with me quot this free singly a a i came to engage Board having read your advertisement and being in want of such accommodations As you of quot Are you a married woman quot quot then you can t have a room in this House. Good evening this is one illustration of the senseless and brutal out awry to which the class of women i am considering Are condemned by women. I shall not discuss the causes of which this is a most Accurso i effect quot my purpose now being merely to invite attention to the fact in a manner that shall give it fitting emphasis. I have no Dou get that Manor Young women have been urged by similar insults to adopt a course of living with which their instincts trainings habits and desires were All at variance have vice to misfortunes of this class who Fovinci isl iame or suicide their Only alternatives. There is no Pooh pooling it out of court. It is notorious and As pit Fulas True. Then again the natural and proper desire of lonely women for companionship. And their sex s Little vanities swing them into the current of tei stations. Tiey Drift pleasantly until they strike a,.rock, and when they Raach the Hore their garments Are soiled it plans chg in the. Wateiris that they never once sushi acted Wei a Muddy. A it is not complimentary to stir Muico vaunted chivalry that working girls and women Aini forever on the defensive or that their forum attitude toward society m Ikemir weakness instead of their shield. I do in know How i can help Thea Aad i Star i Onmi be Content with the hop Trtat in the time to come we shall have Doc Ltd tie women of a Erica in the sensible and Wiea so a a school of the women of France Atleata in respect to business. We must a Ceai the tact that the particular working Clasa Here spoken of ii growing. By and multiplied enormously and provision most be made for it. There Are too Many Hetty Sorrels too Many Arthur Donnie Horace too few Adam Bedes. Look to it philanthropists. Ponder Over it be devotees of social science teach these needy and friendless women that Man As Well As god helps those who would like to help themselves. Sign Kmax. Quot the his and Liat moves the Worpul it slow rocking the Biby to and fro with h dimpled hand so White and fair rocking and sing ii so soft and Low. The rippling rhythm of a Well know air her face m fair As the to tint Light. And filled with the tender Grace of Iota a baby and Mother in Jan winsome and Brick As fair i sighed �8 Angels Auvo. I stood still and whispered while dewy Niaki of furled. Out the hand that rocks the baby thekan that moves the dimpled and White Andje weled the Hail that spanked a baby so fat and Bare a her face was fair her air was most grand she give to her work such Earnest care her jewelled hand loft a shimmering Light As it Rose and Lell with faultless Girace x and the baby howled with All its night. While eath stroke left its Rosy Trace. I stood still and whispered while dewy furled Ohi the hand that Punka the baby vis Ite haad that moves the. a a mrs. O. B. . Schultz manufacturer and dealer in Hahl Ess and sad diet bla19kets, Kojo a and All kinds of h�k8b requisites Anil retaiih22 Stith Meridian Street Indianapolis ind. Central Park so Peoria Illinois. A Echt 8eibo�.i>. Street car every Fen in inst a. The astonishing Healing qn.>1 t�f9 of the Untera it a �11 Dia-e�8 s of the respiratory Orean also f. R Affelt to a is of the kidneys bladder and genital organs diseases of the a Kin and nervous debility Are too Welt established to it Mhz any comments in addition to to big the attractive Leesey the facility of Acress the i moderate expense of by Ard Ond treatment hard rendered the Sulphur 8 bldg i a popular a Nimer resort. For circular add eth tie , path its procured ii ii inventions. To at torn its fees in a Vance. Our we a 08thl>iihhed in 186we file Heuts him of tub Trade Marks design patents Etc. A end i1� a Model your invention Withy or own Detico option of it for our i Pinioli s to patentability. Jovla to Crney Jyh of in Ltd a Patent it Timrud our Bra a of Etc., quot Luw be procure i it tent quot sent free on request h1�o Sample copies of the Rte or the inventors journal. R. S. Amp a. P. Lacy Patent att0knky3, 604 f Street Neur Patent 0<bc<>, Wash Hilton. D. C pensions. All disabled soldiers and heirs of deceased soldiers who died from or a sequences of service in mba Amy Are entitled to p�9inion9. Jno arrears Al lord Hiler Only l. I880. 8erd a tamps for full instructions in All kinds of Dol Dirks a if Tibia. J. H. Of a a Phi re a co attorneys. 604 f Street Washino Toh. D. House Saloon and billiard Hall Chas. Shelve to propel Cmrk Kokomo Indiana. Tia in one of the finest bars in the state Aad a rap plied with the Best brands of All kia4a of Iii Nora and Ibara. O. Sharp attorney at Law notary Public and Short hand rep it err a i i coir a a Nuhui. Awill a Rutkin All the state and by Trelo mrosk it Jcu Lle Evlom and Remi Tucei promptly so i so Tuler. Juc. Landman. , of ii it a Holman Delers in Fyk tits Wintes Ani it mqxj��8�o80 Summit St., Toledo Ohio

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