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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio Ism mimick 8amh Al woo be rope a. New Phil a Al Veliu Ohio. Tiie society for the prevention cruelty to animals in Switzerland has resolved to banish cats from the Republic the ground that they Are killing off the Birds. Not including Alaska Brazil is larger in extent than the United states. It possesses within its limits an area 3,-287,964 Square Miles with a population 12,833,275. James d. Reid United states Consul at Dunfermline Scotland appointed the first woman Telegraph operator in this country at Lyons n. She was known at the time As a the lady Legal proceedings Are to he begun against every building and loan association in Missouri for failure to comply with the new Law requiring each them to Deposit $100,000 in Cash with the state treasurer. According to a London daily there Are about two thousand five Hundred building associations with Over six Hundred thousand members in the United kingdom. Last year the receipts were upward $100,000,000. The news from the government expedition for the Survey Alaska confirms the previous reports As to the Richness the territory in All sorts game its wonderful Mineral resources and its extensive forests. Practically All the Orange growers Florida have consolidated with the Florida fruit Exchange. Out the estimated crop 1,800,000 2,000,000 boxes this year at least 1,500,000 will be handled through the Exchange. Women have been admitted to the bar in All the new England states except new Hampshire and Vermont. Mrs. Ricker a successful practitioner in Washington has now asked permission to practice Law in new Hampshire. Mrs. Nancy Picard Biddeford me., who celebrated her one Hundredth birthday last july continues to Cook and do the household work for a family six. The family seem to agree that exercise is Good for the old lady a health. The first Republican convention that Ever assembled in Alaska met at Juneau the 5th november. Resolutions were passed that they be allowed a Delegate to Congress and for Homestead Timber cutting and other territorial Laws. Or. John , san Francisco who is seventy six years old announces that Early in april he is going to Start from san Francisco and walk to new York pulling a Liand cart behind him and giving lectures California throughout the East. The news condensed. Important intelligence from All parts. From Washington. Or. Lacey the comptroller the currency showed in his report the 25th that there were in existence 3,319 National Banks the largest number since the inauguration the system. The aggregate capital Wras $629,174,365. The amount circulation outstanding was $203,662,732, which $132,383,334 was secured by United states Bonds and the remainder $72,279,396, was represented by the Deposit lawful Money in the Treasury. Within the year forty one Banks wrent into voluntary liquidation and Only to failed. The general superintendent the life saving service in his annual report the 27th showed that at the close the fiscal year there were 225 stations. During the year the number disasters w As 528 value property involved $6,416,775 value property saved $5,054,440 number persons saved 3,426 number persons lost 42 number persons Suc cored 787. In his annual report the 29th ult. Commodore j. G. Walker recommended that the enlistment aliens in the Navy be discouraged. There were 249 business failures in the United states during the seven Days ended the 29th ult., against 277 the previous week. For the corresponding w Eek in 1888 the number was 232. The annual report the 29th ult. Of third assistant postmaster general Hazen shows that the total Cost the service for the year was $63751,871, $7,608,856 in excess the Revenue. The Revenue exceeded that the previous year by $3,452,838. The Secretary the Interior in his annual report the 30th ult. Showed that the number patents issued for the fiscal year was 12,784,715 acres eighty million acres Opland had been claimed by states under the swamp land Grants. At the leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the we Eek ended the 30th ult. Aggregated $992,011,863, against $1,229,605,269 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1888 the increase amounted to 6.6. In the Republican caucus the 30th ult. For the nomination a candidate for speaker the House representatives Thomas b. Reed Maine was nominated. Mcpherson Pennsylvania w As nominated for clerk and a. J. Holmes Iowa for sergeant at arms. Samuel Moss Essex mass., has been hungry All the time for thirteen years. He drinks three quarts water per Day and eats Hearty meals every hour. His age is sixth one years old and his weight one Hundred and thirty five pounds. His Case is a Puzzle to the physicians. Large deposits ice believed by some to be relics the glacial period in this country have been discovered in Idaho. They Are imbedded in Earth and overgrown with Moss which has prevented them from wasting away. It is seriously proposed to form companies to mine this ice for Sale in we Stern cities where ice is always dear and scarce. Dom Pedro is an exile but with a pension $450,000 a year and a snug Fortune $2,500,000. The dark Clouds that hang Over this brazilian exile have a very Good Border Silver and a touch Gold from the Sunset his glory fifty eight years As emperor. Dom Pedro is sixty three years old and his reign has been longer than any living Monarch. _ this is the Way they do things in Belgium the trial m. Co Vilain owner the Cartridge works there the explosion which recently caused terrible loss life and m. Delauny for criminal negligence ended recently in the conviction the accused. Co Vilain was sentenced to four and a half years and Delauny to one year and a half imprisonment and each was fined 12,000 francs and required to the costs the trial. _ . Andrew Young the writer the religious song a there is a Happy land far far away a is still alive a Man eighty a cars age vigorous in mind and body and having All that sympathy for children without which it is impossible to influence the Little ones for Good. It is about fifty years since these words we Cre written to the music an Indian air and they have since been translated into Nineteen languages. The Young men who Are seeking Homes the farms the West Are warned to examine the possibility Connecticut agriculture before they buy their tickets. Up at Reynolds Bridge conn., not Only Beans but bean poles grow from the same Hill. James Bunnell had a pole from a Button Ball which had been Cut for several years. He used it for his bean vines to grow and now he finds that the pole has sent out roots and started several sprouts from the top. The East. On the 26th a fire at Lynn mass., destroyed 296 buildings causing a loss $7,000,000. Eighty acres containing the handsomest business and residence portions the City were in ruins 164 families were turned into the streets and 8,000 workmen we Ero thrown into idleness. Two lives Only we Ere lost. Flames the 26th at Leechburg pa., destroyed Twenty five buildings. Loss $100,000. Off Nantucket mass., the Steamer Santiago valued at $500,000, was burned the 26th. No lives were lost. Pollard amp Moss new York publish ers failed the 27th for $100,000. The Monument to the memory Thomas a. Armstrong by the members the labor organizations the country w As unveiled at Pittsburgh pa., the 28th. Josephine Welsh West Elizabeth pa., shot and instantly killed her Lover Charles Weite the 28th while handling a revolver. They were soon to have been married. My. And lbs. Mead Springfield n. Y., were fatally wounded the 28th by burglars. In Boston the morning the 28th a fire burned Over two acres in the Section we Here we Ere massed the Large wholesale dry and fancy goods establishments and some Twenty Large Granite and Brick blocks were destroyed. These with their contents involved a loss $5,000,000. Six persons were missing. In a Gale the 27th off West end Long Branch the bark Germania went ashore and ten the Crew including Captain Windhorst were drow Ned. The storm along the Atlantic coast was one the severest in the memory the old mariners and Many other w Recks were reported with the loss several lives. Advices the 29th ult. Say the loss by the recent great conflagration at Boston Wras estimated at $10,000,000. Four firemen lost their lives. Mr3. Eve Shannon for years Matron the Home for the aged and infirm hebrews in new York died the 29th ult., aged one Hundred years and six months. One the Hartford carpet company a Mills at Thompsonville conn., was burned the 29th ult. Loss. $180,000. Charles h. Turner dem was elected to Congress in the sixth new York District the 30th ult. An explosion Nitro Glycerine the 30th lilt at Oil City pa., killed James and Charles Fisher Brothers and de Hoffman. On the 30th ult. Secretary Kremer the Johnstown a flood Relief commission finished the distribution $1,600,000 among the sufferers. Out the 28th and three men were killed. J. Dobson was murdered the 28th at Osgood ind., by a. Bishop his father in Law for mistreating his we Ife and following her to her fathers House where she had been induced to return. In Maryland Delaware Virginia and West Virginia terrific storms prevailed the 27th. All the Low ground was under we Ater and the swollen streams aided by phenomenally High tides had done an enormous amount damage to buildings Bridges roads and Orchards. The state at the Cronin murder trial in Chicago the 29th ult. Introduced a witness to break Down the Alibi for Martin Burke produced the knives . Cronin which were found Dan Coughlin the defense finished its sur rebuttal testimony and states attorney Longenecker began his argument for the prosecution. Four Little girls children Hugh Dunn a wealthy mine owner at Elliotts Ville w. Va., wore blown to atoms the 29th ult. By the explosion a Keg pow Der. The Barge David l. Doors was wrecked in a storm Lake Michigan the 29th ult. Twenty Miles Southeast Chicago. Loss $100,000. The Crew had a narrow escape and All w Ere badly Frozen. A Cyclone in Buford county n. C., the 29th ult. Blew Dow n houses and Trees were torn up by the roots. The residence a Farmer near Washington was wrecked and the entire family consisting father Mother and four children was killed. A factory near Washington was also destroyed and two people killed w Hile a dozen others received bad injuries. Near new Amsterdam ind., White Caps severely beat a Young Man Tho 29th ult. W to w As found with a dissolute woman and Tho woman Wras w arned to mend her Wrays mrs. Halsted we As drowned near Lebanon o., the 30th ult. While trying to save her Little boy and a girl named Mabel Brown who had broken through the ice a Pond. The children also perished. At Salt Lake City judge Anderson decided the 30th ult. That endowment House oath takers were not eligible to citizenship because the mormon Church was a treasonable hotly and inimical to the government the United states. On the evening the 30th ult. The Minneapolis Minn Tribune building we As burned and ten persons perished in the flames among them being Tho City and commercial editors the Tribune and prof. Edward Olsen president the South Dakota College at Vermilion. The building we As eight stories High and we As occupied by the Tribune the Tribune Star Tho Pioneer press the evening journal and the Sven ska Tidence besides a Large number offices. The property loss we As $300,000. In Chicago the 30th ult. States attorney Longenecker closed his argument in the Cronin murder trial and judge Wing commenced his speech for the defense. John Tugar near Celina o., the 30th ult. Killed his fifteen year old son Reed gets it. And burned the body and then killed himself. In St. Paul minn., the Washington House was partially burned the 1st, and two men Lorenzo rim aide and Christopher Pult perished in the flames. The governor Indiana issued an address the 30tli ult. the american people in which he demanded a pension for sixty Day veterans the w a. Charles bettors aged fourteen years shot himself dead at St. Joseph mo., the 1st in the presence his Mother because she refused to give him Money. Near Wadsworth o., a bed pure Salt was struck at a depth two Enty six Hundred feet we Hile Boring for Gas the 30th ult. The big ship great Eastern is receiving her coup de Grace the Banks the Mersey. She has been dismantled and her stranded Hull is being broken up for old Iron. The old Leviathan the deep has had an unsuccessful career her launching thirty years ago was at tended with a frightful disaster ten men being killed by the explosion her steam Box. She Wras 691 feet Long 83 feet wide 60 feet deep and 22,500 tons Burden. Her Fate proves the impracticability ships her size and it is Safe to say that we shall not look upon her like again in this country any other. Princess Isabella is said to be mainly responsible for the recent overturn in Brazil. The Princess is a self confessed Follower in Tho path that other Isabella Spain who sent Columbus his Western journey. Although the roman Catholic is the state religion Brazil there is toleration for any Creed a not prejudicial to the Best interests the a popular impression existed that Isabella if Dom Pedro should die would not Only succeed to the throne but would wage a bitter religious persecution against All who did not attend confession. The new Republic ends All fears this kind. The new York police officials have to Deal we Ith a Case socialism their own Force. The Man in question is sergeant Oliver Tims Captain Reilly s West thirteenth Street station. Five years ago he was warned by his superiors not to give Public utterance to such sentiments As in a certain lecture he then delivered he showed he held. He now Renews the declaration his views giving vent to them last sunday in a two column interview in the Volks Zeitung Organ the anarchists most and Sevitch. In it he said every fifth Man the police Force believed with him. Inspector Byrnes denies this. Jesse a. Atwood san Francisco who was quartermaster sergeant the first Wisconsin cavalry during the rebellion and assisted in the capture Jefferson Davis has applied to the Treasury department for his share the Rew Ard offered for the capture. It appears that Atwood knew nothing about the Reward and Only recently his attention was called to a newspaper statement that the first comptroller had allowed a Cavalryman $297 As his share the $100,000 appropriated by Congress. Atwood can obtain the Money he claims to be due him Only by applying to Congress As All the Reward has been distributed West and South. Dispatches the 26th say that plans Jacob Olson Preston wis., a troublesome character we As taken from his Home by masked men and lynched because he refused to leave town. In the Cronin trial in Chicago the 26th the efforts the prosecution were directed town Ard breaking Down the alibis Beggs Burke and Sullivan. A number witnesses testified in contradiction statements made by previous witnesses for Tho defense. On the 26th the citizens state Bank York neb., suspended. On the Topeka amp Santa be Road an express car was robbed $30,000 by fifteen masked men the night the 26th at Berwyne ind. The North Pacific whaling Fleet arrived in san Francisco the 26th. The catch this year was the poorest in ten years and comprised 12,000 barrels Oil and 217,000 pounds Bone. The death John b. Emery the oldest grand past master the 1. O. O. F. Of the United states occurred in Baltimore the 25th, aged eighty three years. The failure Mcleod amp Anderson tobacco warehousemen at Louisville ivy., occurred the 25th for $100,000. A. J. Gerstel Peoria 111., tobacco dealer was the 26th charged with defrauding creditors out $40,000. He had fled. Thomas Davidson a wealthy Farmer aged seventy five years who lived alone at a farm near Areola 111., was found murdered in his stable the 26th. At St. Louis the 26th the National Silver convention met with 350 delegates present from All parts the country. Fire nearly destroyed the town Wesley la., the 27th. The death Peyton Wilkes aged one Hundred years occurred at Greenville Ore. On the 27th. On the 2sth the National Silver convention closed its sessions at St. Louis. It adopted a platform calling for the free and unlimited coinage Standard Silver dollars to be Legal tender for All debts. Officers the 2sth arrested nine men at Berwin and Ardmore ind. T., for the recent Santa be train robbery. On the 28th Rev. Erdman Delorme a minister the German reformed Church committed suicide at Huntington ind., while insane by shooting himself. At Cleveland o., the National Dairy and food commissioners association the United states Wras organized the 27th, its object being to promote purity in articles human food and drink. Thirty mexican herders and five american cowboys perished in the recent Colorado blizzard. In his annual message to the legislature the 27th the governor South Carolina recommended separate accommodations railroads for Whites and Blacks. At cared 0.,a train ran into a was foreign intelligence. Constantinople advices the 25th say that the steamship India with five Hundred Mohammedan pilgrims Board had been sunk in the Aegean sea and that All Board Only the Captain and two passengers survived. The death Hon. George ii. Pendleton Ohio sex minister to Germany occurred at Brussels the night the 24th, at the age fifty four years. Several coffers containing about $30,-000 in Gold and Silver in Spanish pieces dated 1666 were the 26th taken out the sea near the Island Andros in Greece. A Steamer from port a Prince arrived at new York the 26th and reported that five thousand haitians had risen in revolt against president clip poly the. Messes. Be Udler the famous Bankers Vienna failed the 26th, with liabilities 2,500,000 florins. In a Colliery at Bocham Germany an explosion the 28th killed fourteen persons and injured four fatally. At Aldershot eng., White s drapery establishment was burned the 28th. Loss $500,000. Brazil the 29th ult. Readopted the old Flag and France recognized the Republic. Near Quebec can., a storm the 29th ult. Wrecked several houses and barns and in Quebec houses we Ere a roofed and the electric Lilit works destroyed leaving the City in darkness. On the 29th ult. W. Ii. Harvey who shot his we Ife and two daughters last March was hanged at Guelph ont. Advices the 30th ult. From Japan say that the Mise Mona at Sennich imae collapsed and Twenty nine lives were lost. The american ship Cheeseborough we As wrecked by running a Rock off Slu Chiri Hama and Nineteen the Crew were drowned. The republicans in Congress choose Tho Maine statesman for speaker subject for congressional action at this session. Washington dec. 2. A Republican congressmen began gathering in Good time saturday for the caucus for speaker the House representatives. The hour set for the caucus was noon and Little time was lost in coming to order. General Henderson Illinois was chosen chairman and after the Roll had been . Reed. Called the caucus decided that the balloting should be open. The first ballot resulted As follows Reed 78 Mckinley 39 Cannon 22 Burrows 10 Henderson 15. On the next ballot . Reed we As nominated receiving 86 votes. The Republican majority in the House course insures his election. Voting Down a motion to take a recess until evening the caucus immediately proceeded to select a nominee for clerk and the various candidates were presented in Short speeches. The result the first ballot was the election . Mcpherson Pennsylvania who received 116, to 50 for Carson Pennsylvania. A. J. Holmes sex representative from Iowa and a. Ii. Reed Minnesota we Ere the candidates for sergeant at arms and . Holmes was elected. Or. Adams Maryland was nominated for doorkeeper receiving 84 votes against 80 for . Wheat Wisconsin. The latter received Tho nomination for postmaster Tho House. It is understood that Cannon will get the chairmanship the appropriations committee As he occupied a prominent position the committee in the last Congress. Business before Congress. Washington dec. 2.�?the fifty first Congress will have brought to its attention a number matters upon which Tho Public has become Well informed by reason previous discussion. The principal ones Are As follows the Blair educational Bill the Bills to forfeit land Grants general and special to declare trusts unlawful the dependent pension Bill the Bills to repeal the civil service and Ole Margarine tax Laws and various measures relating to the Tariff internal Revenue and general financial systems. There will also be presented to the Senate Tho results the investigations made during the recess by the several committees upon the dressed beef business the subject irrigating arid lands the relation Canadian railroads to the inter state Commerce Law and the commercial relations existing Between the United states and Canada including the Alaska sea fisheries. The Silver question will probably come up in some shape. Senator Stewart s Resolution introduced last session declaring it to be the sense that body that the Secretary the Treasury should push a so the full limit Silver Bullion for coinage fixed by the law�?T�?�1,000,000 monthly a will be pressed for adoption. The tripartite treaty with great Britain and Germany respecting the control and direction affairs in Samoa is the principal topic to be discussed under the head foreign affairs. There arc however the fisheries and Seal questions we High Are Likely to appear again also the proposed scheme to promote commercial Union with Canada with a View to its ultimate annexation the settlement the mexican and alaskan Bor Ders and the declaration the sense the United states with respect to foreign control inter oceanic canals in the american continent. The general expectation is and precedents confirm it. That very Little business will be completed before the holidays. A Good part the time the Senate up to the Christmas recess we ill be consumed in executive session discuss ing and disposing the Long list recess nominations that the president has to Send in for confirmation rejection in the House representatives the total 330 members Only 199 occupied seats in the last Congress and the democratic majority 12 in the fiftieth Congress has been replaced by a Kepul it lican majority Sas shown by the unofficial list prepared by the clerk. Talmage at Joppa. He preaches a Sermon a the Birthplace sewing the work Dorras and the charities the Needle what the woman did for the poor and their sorrow at her death. D., saints Are barred. Hinds its death to temporal endowment House oath takers not eligible to citizenship a the mormon Church treasonable. Salt Lake City u. T., dec. 2.�? judge Anderson saturday denied the application for citizenship made by mormons who had taken the endow ment House oath lie holds that the Church is a treasonable organization in its teachings and hostile to the government in its practices disobeying the Law and seeking the Over throw the government. The oath members under penalty implicit obedience in things As Weil As spiritual to the i Priesthood. And to avenge the death Joseph and Hiram Smith upon the government and people the United states. Therefore aliens who Are members the Church Are not fit persons to be made citizens. The judge reviews the evidence at great length and lays stress upon the refusal mormons to give the nature the oath while sex mormons described it As above stated. The judge quotes from speeches Brigham Young and other leaders and leans to the opinion that the Mountain Meadow massacre was inspired by their utterances. Nineteen drowned. San Francisco dec. 2.�?the steamship gaelic which arrived from China and Japan saturday brings news that the american ship Cheeseborough was wrecked october 30 by running a Rock off Oluchi i Iiama. And Nineteen the Crew were drowned. Later. At Franklin ky., the 2d three Little children a Squire Downey coloured were burned to death. They had been left alone in their Home. The Issue Standard Silver dollars during the week ended november 30 was $597,617 during the corresponding period last year $563,416. Shipments fractional Silver Coin during november $574,398. James h. Blodgett Rockford 111., has been appointed a special agent to collect statistics education in Tho United states for the eleventh census. The Public debt statement issued from the Treasury department the 2d shows a decrease in the debt amounting to $4,869,672. The net Cash surplus in the Treasury is $40,249,187, about five millions less than a month ago. National Bank depositories hold $4,372,668 government funds. A fire in Gustav Gross bakery and dwelling in Philadelphia the 2d destroyed the shop and dwelling Aud one woman and four children were burned to death. Three others were seriously burned. A car containing a Crow thirty men was wrecked in a collision at West town mich., the 2d. Seventeen men were More less injured none fatally. Lewis Cox amp co Philadelphia manufacturers ladies suiting have confessed judgment in favor their creditors for amounts aggregating $210,-000. It is thought the total liabilities will reach $500,000. Yokohama advices state that the boiler a passenger launch plying Between Foo Chow and Sharp Peak exploded recently and out ninety passengers Board Only Twenty escaped alive. The jury in the Nevassa Case at Baltimore after deliberating forty six hours the 2d brought in a verdict guilty against George s. Key. Moses Williams was declared not guilty and the jury disagreed As to the other sixteen accused negroes. The first session the fifty first Congress convened the 2d. The House organized by the election Thomas b. Reed Maine As speaker and the other nominees the Republican caucus for the different offices. New members were sworn in and seats were drawn for. The Meller amp Rittenhouse company Philadelphia manufacturers drugs and chemicals assigned the 2d. Liabilities estimated at $300,000. Mrs. Anmer ii. Martendale for years vice president National woman a Christian Union is dead at Salisbury mass a his mortgage. Topeka kan., dec. 2.�?a mortgage for $150,000,000 payable in 100 years at 5 per cent interest was filed Here saturday. The Union Trust company new York holds the mortgage the Atchison Topeka amp Santa be railway company and auxiliary lines. M a a the oldest methodist dead. Kalamazoo mich., dec. 2. A mrs. Elizabeth Webb who died Here Friday aged 91, is believed to have been the oldest member the methodist Church in Point years membership in the country. She has been a communicant for eighty two years. Fatal collision. Providence r. I., dec. 2.�?the old Colony Steamboat train leaving Park Square station. Boston at 5 30 clock p. M., collided at 7 clock with a switch engine the new York Pennsylvania 6 Reading Road Worcester division in this City. The Engineer one train and the fireman another were killed. Struck a lied Salt in Ohio. Akron. Of. Dec. 2.�?Oil and Gas prospectors near Wadsworth at about 2,500 feet have struck a bed pure Rock Salt which the Drill has penetrated Over 100 feet. If Gas Oil is not obtained Salt works will be built. An address by governor Gordon. Chicago dec. 2.�?governor Gordon Georgia delivered an eloquent address at Central music Hall saturday night to a Large audience for the Benefit the sex Confederate association Chicago. He made an Earnest Appeal for Unity and Harmony Between the sections the country. Elected to Congress. New York dec. 2.�?Charles h. Turner de was elected to Congress at the special election to choose a successor to Frank t. Fitzgerald in the sixth District saturday. No Case against pow Lerly. Scottdale pa., oct. 2.�?the Case Edward Callaghan against t. V. Powderly s. R. Byrne and Peter Wise for conspiracy came up before Justice Merritt Here saturday. After hearing Callaghan s evidence Justice Merritt decided that it was not sufficient to hold the defendants and the Case was dismissed. A fire broke out in the seven Story building at fifth Avenue and Quincy streets Chicago saturday night and a great fire was prevented Only by the most desperate exertions the firemen. The loss was $60,000, Rev. de Witt Talmage d. Preached at Jappa recently to a company Christian people various denominations a the Birthplace sewing he took for his text acts in. 39 a and All the widows stood by him weeping and showing the Coats and garments which Dorcas made while she was with the preacher said christians Joppa impressed As i am with your mosque the first i Ever saw and stirred As i am with the fact that your Harbor once floated the great rafts Lebanon Cedar from which the temples at Jerusalem were builder Solomon a oxen drawing the logs through this very town the Way to Jerusalem nothing can make me forget that this Joppa was the Birthplace the sewing society that has blessed the poor All succeeding Ages in All lands. The disasters to your town when Judas Mac Fabieus set it fire and Napoleon had five Hundred prisoners massacred in your neighbourhood can not make me forget that one the most magnificent charities the centuries was started in this seaport by Dorcas a woman with her Needle embroidering her name i efface ably into the Beneficence the world i see her sitting in yonder Home. In the doorway an around about the build ing and in the room where she sits Are the Pale faces the poor. She listens to their plaint she pities their woe she makes garments for them she adjusts the manufactured articles to suit the Bent form this invalid woman and to the cripple that comes crawling his hands and Knees. She gives a coat to this one she gives sandals to that one with the gifts she mingles prayers and tears and Christian encouragement then she goes out to be greeted the Street Corners by those whom she has blessed and All through the Street the cry is heard a Dorcas is coming a the sick look up gratefully in her face As she puts her hand the burning brow and the lost and the abandoned Start up with Hope As they hear her gentle voice As though an Angel had addressed them and As she goes out the Lane eyes half put out with sin think they see a Halo Light about her brow and a Trail glory in her pathway. That night a half paid shipwright climbs the Hill and reaches Home and sees his Little Hoy Well Clad and says a where did these clothes come from a and they Tell him a Dorcas has been in another place a woman is trimming a lamp Dorcas bought the Oil. In another place a family that had not been at table for Many a week Are gathered now for Dorcas has brought bread. But there is a sudden pause in that woman a ministry. They say a where is Dorcas Why we Haven to seen her for Many a Day. Where is Dorcas a and one these poor people goes up and knocks at the door and finds the mystery solved. All through the haunts wretchedness the news comes a Dorcas is sick a no bulletin flashing from the Palace Gate telling the stages a Kings disease is More anxiously awaited for than the news from this sick Bene actress. Alas for Joppa there is wailing wailing. That voice which has uttered so Many cheerful words is hushed that hand which has made so Many garments for the poor is cold and still the Star which had poured Light into the Midnight wretchedness is dimmed by the blinding Mist that go up from the River death. In every god forsaken place in this town wherever there is a sick child and no Baum wherever there is hunger and no bread wherever there is guilt and no commiseration wherever there is a broken heart and no Comfort there Are despairing looks and streaming eyes and frantic be stimulation As they cry a Dorcas is dead a a they Send for the apostle Peter who happens to be in the suburbs that place stopping with a Tanner by Tho name Simon. Peter urges his Way through the crowd around the door and stands in Tho presence the dead. What expostulation and grief All about him Here stand some the poor people who show the garments which this poor woman had made for them. Their grief can not be appeased. The apostle Peter wants to perform a Miracle. He will not do it amidst the excited crowd so he kindly orders the whole room to be cleared. The door is shut against the populace. The apostle stands now with the dead. Of it is a serious moment you know when you Are alone with a lifeless body the apostle gets Down his Knees and prays and then he comes to the lifeless form this one All ready for the sepulchre and in the strength him who is the resurrection he exclaims a Tabitha arise a there is a stir in the fountains life the heart flutters the nerves thrill the Cheek flushes the Eye opens she sits up we see in this subject Dorcas the disciple Dorcas the Bene actress Dorcas the lamented Dorcas the resurrected. If i had not seen that word disciple in my text i would have known this woman was a Christian. Such music As that never came from a heart which is not corded and Strung by divine Grace. Before i show you the needlework this woman i want to show you her regenerated heart Tho source a pure life and All Christian charities. I wish that the wives and mothers and daughters and Sisters All the Earth would imitate Dorcas in her discipleship before you Cross the threshold the Hospital before you enter upon the temptations and trials to Morrow i charge you in the name god and by the turmoil and tumult the judgment Day women that you attend to the first last and greatest duty your life a the seeking for god and being at peace with slim. When the trumpet shall sound there will to an uproar and a wreck Mountain and continent and no human Arm can help you. Amidst the rising the dead and amidst the boiling yonder sea and amidst Tho live leaping thunders the flying heavens Calm and Placid will be every woman s heart who hath put her Trust in Christ Calm notwithstanding All the tumult As though Tho fire in the heavens were Only the gilding an autumn Al Sunset As though the peal the trumpet were Only the Harmony an orchestra As though the awful voices the sky were but a group friends bursting through a Gateway at eventide with laughter and shouting a Dorcas the would god that every Mary and every Martha would this Day sit Down at the feet Jesus. Further we see Dorcas the Benefict Ress. History has told the Story the Crown the epic poet has Sung the sword the pastoral poet with his verses full the re Dolence Clover tops and a Rustle with the silk the Corn has Sung the praises the plow. I Tell you the praises the Needle. From the Fig Leaf Robe prepared in the Garden Eden to the last stitch taken the garment for the poor the Needle has wrought wonders kindness generosity and benefaction. It adorned the Girdle the High priest it fashioned the curtains in the ancient Tabernacle it cushioned the chariots King Solomon it provided the Robes Queen Elizabeth and in High places and in Low places by the fire the Pioneer s Back log and under the Flash the chandelier every where it has clothed nakedness it has preached the gospel it has overcome hosts penury and want with the War cry a stitch stitch stitch Quot a the operatives have found a livelihood by it and through it the mansions the employer have been constructed. Amidst the greatest triumphs in All Ages and lands i set Down the Conquest the Needle. I admit its crimes i admit its cruelties it has had More martyrs than the fire it has punctured the Eye it has pierced the Side it has struck weakness into the lungs it has sent madness into the brain it has filled the Potter s Fie a it has pitched whole armies the suffer ing into crime and wretchedness and woe. But now that i Ato talking Dorcas and her ministries to the poor i shall speak Only the charities the Needle. This woman was a representative All those women who make garments for the destitute who knit socks for the barefooted who prepare bandages for the lacerated who fix up boxes clothing for missionaries who go into the asylums the suffering and destitute beaming that gospel which is sight for the Blind and hearing for the deaf and which makes the lame Man leap like a Hart and brings the dead to life immortal health bounding in their pulses. What a contrast Between the practical Benevolence this woman and a great Deal Charity this Day this woman did not spend her time idly planning How the poor your City Joppa were to be relieved Sho took her Needle and relieved them. She was not like those persons who sympathize with imaginary sorrows and go out in the Street and laugh at the Hoy who has upset his Basket cold victuals like that Charity which makes a rousing speech the benevolent platforms and goes out to kick the beggar from the step crying a hush your miserable the sufferers the world want not so much theory As practice not so much tears As dollars not so much kind wishes As loaves bread not so much smiles As shoes not so much a god bless yous a As jackets and frocks. I will put one Earnest Christian Man hard working against five thousand Mere theorists the subject Charity. There Are a great Many who have Fine ideas about Church architecture who never in their life helped to build a Church. There Are men who can give you the history buddhism and mohammedanism who never sent a Farthing for their evangelization. There Are women who talk beautifully about the suffering Tho world who never had the courage like Dorcas to take the Needle and assault it. I am glad that there is not a Page the world s history which is not a record female Benevolence. God says to All lands and people come now and hear the widow s mite rattle Down into the poor Box. The Princess Conti sold All her jewels that she might help the famine stricken. Queen Blanche the wife Louis viii., France hearing that there were some persons unjustly incarcerated in the prison went out amidst the rabble and took a stick and struck the door As a signal that they might All strike it and Down went the prison door and out came the prisoners. Queen Maud the wife Henry i., went Down amidst the poor and washed their sores and administered to them cordials. Mrs. Retson at Matagorda appeared the Battlefield while the missiles death were flying around and cared for the wounded. Is there a Man woman who has Ever heard the civil War in America who has not heard the women Tho sanitary and Christian commissions the fact that before Tho smoke had gone up from Gettysburg and South Mountain the women the North the women the South Tho Battlefield forgetting All their animosities while they bound up the wounded and closed the eyes the slain Dorcas the Bene actress. I come now to speak Dorcas the lamented. When death struck Down that Good woman How much sorrow there was in this town Joppa i suppose there were women Here larger fortunes women perhaps with handsomer faces but there was no grief at their departure like this at the death Dorcas. There was not More turmoil and up turning in the Mediterranean sea dashing against the wharves this seaport than there were surging to and fro grief because Dorcas v.a3 dead. There Are a Groat Many who go out life and Are a missed. There May to a very Large funeral there May be a great Many carriages and a plumed Hearse there May be High sounding Eulogius the Bell May toll at the cemetery Gate there May be a very Fine Marble Shaft reared Over the resting place but Tho whole thing May to a falsehood and a Sham. The Church god has lost nothing the world has lost nothing. It is Only a nuisance abated it is Only a Grumbler ceasing to find fault it is Only an idler stopped yawning it is Only a dissipated fashionable parted from his wine cellar while the other hand no useful Christian leaves this world without being missed. The Church god cries out like the Prophet a howl fir tree for the Cedar has widowhood comes and shows Tho garments which the departed had made. Orphans Are lifted up to look into the Calm face the sleeping Bene actress. Reclaimed vagrancy comes and kisses the cold brow her who charmed it away from sin and All through the streets Joppa there is mourning mourning because Dorcas is dead. When Josephine France was carried out to her grave there were a great Many men and women pomp and Pride and position that went out after her but i am most affected by the Story history that that Day there were ten thousand the poor France who followed her coffin weeping and wailing until the air rang again because when they lost Josephine they lost their last earthly Friend. Of who would not rather have such obsequies than All the tears that were Ever poured in the Lach Ryals that have been exhumed from ancient cities. There May be no mass for the dead there May be no costly sarcophagus there May be no elaborate mausoleum but in the Damp cellars the City and through the lonely huts the Mountain Glen there will be mourning mourning mourning because Dorcas is dead. A blessed Are the dead who die in the lord they rest from their labors and their works do follow i speak to you Dorcas the resurrected. The apostle came to where Sho was and said a arise a and she sat up. In what a Short Compass thereat writer put that a she sat up to what a time there must have been around this town when the apostle brought her out among her old friends How the tears Joy must have started what clapping hands there must have been what singing what laughter sound it All through that Lane shout it Down that dark Alley let All Joppa hear it Dorcas is resurrected you and i have seen the same thing Many a time not a dead body resuscitated but the deceased coming up again after death in the Good accomplished. If a Man labors up to fifty years age serving god and then Dies we Are Apt to think that his earthly work is done. No. His influence Earth will continue till the world ceases. Services rendered for Christ never Stop. A Christian woman toils for the up building a Church through Many anxieties through Many self denials with prayers and tears and then she Dies. It is fifteen years since she went away. Now the spirit god descends upon that Church hundreds souls stand up and confess Tho Faith Christ. Has that Christian woman who went away fifteen years ago nothing to do with these things i see the flowering out her Noble heart. I hear the Echo her footsteps in All the songs Over sins forgiven in All the Prosperity the Church. The Good that seemed to be buried has come up again. Dorcas is resurrected. After awhile All these womanly friends Christ will put Down their Needle forever. After making garments for others some one will make a garment for them the last Robe we Ever Wear the Robe for the grave. Suddenly surrounded surrounded by the wanderers the Street whom she reclaimed surrounded by the wounded souls to whom she had administered daughter god so strangely surrounded what Means this it Means that Reward has come that the Victory is won that the Crown is ready that the banquet is spread. Shout it through All the crumbling Earth. Sing it through All the flying heavens. Dorcas is resurrected. In 1855, when some the soldiers came Back from the crimean War to London Tho Queen England distributed among them Beautiful medals called crimean medals. Galleries were erected for the two houses parliament and the Royal family to sit in. There we As a great audience to witness the distribution the medals. A colonel who had lost both feet in the Battle Inker Man we As pulled in a wheel chair others came in limping their crutches. Then the Queen England arose before them in the name her government and uttered words commendation to the officers and men and distributed these medals inscribed we Ith the four great Battle Fields Alma Balaklava Inkerman and Sebastopol. As the Queen gave these to the wounded men and the wounded officers the bands music struck up the National air and the people with streaming eyes joined in the song god save our gracious Queen Long live our Noble Queen 1 god save the Queen and then they shouted a a Huzzah Huzzah it w As a proud Day for those returned warriors but a brighter better and gladder Day will come w Hen Christ shall gather those who have toiled in his service Good soldiers Jesus Christ. He shall Rise before them and in the presence All the glorified heaven he will say a Well done Good and faithful servant a and then he will distribute the medals eternal Victory not inscribed we Ith works righteousness which wre Havo Dono but we Ith those four great Battle Fields dear to Earth and dear to heaven Bethlehem Nazareth Gethsemane Calvary cheap Johns policy. Influence Home. The Strong lever by which men Are lifted heavenward. It will be very difficult for Reform in the bad habits men to be fully accomplished unless in each Case the Man is offered the alternative a Happy Home. There Are romantic stories stated in Tho daily papers Young and very Happy Young women having married men in order to Reform them. In few cases so far has there been a Happy result the project stated. But the we Hole Prece Dent in history goes to show that the Happy and comfortable households Are the ones that Are most generally exempt from the influence the prevailing vice the age. A Man May change his his whole character under the in fluence a truly Happy Home and the Best men May seek in clubs and saloons a partial resource from ill cooked food and the slovenly kept houses. Men and women can not Lay their shortcomings another s shoulders. Persons with the most unhappy Homes have lived pure Noble lives despite every discouragement but these Are Strong natures. Not every one can endure the want a Haven perfect rest such As a Good Home offers. It would be interesting to know what was the Home life the Many men who Are now embezzler and fraudulent Bank Cashiers and who from refined surroundings have sunk Down to the level common thieves. Home extravagance May not have driven them to this place but the want a moral Standard at Home has done More the growing boy has Early heard his father congratulate himself Over Sharp overreaching bargain Over his neighbor in stocks merchandise and has seen his Mother pleased. He has been brought up in a worldly Home for the we orld and Learned Early his lesson that to acquire Money we As the chief All ends. Reared in such an atmosphere even in a Christian Home he May have married a worldly woman who cares Only for show and not for the holier life Home. What we Dor that the moral sense such a Man is blunted and his religion is a Sham the Home life is the Strong spiritual lever by which men Are lifted heavenward. Take this away turn it to the Mere uses extravagance show and Folly and that Power is gone. All religion which is taught outside Homo without the existence a religious life in the household is like the apples the dead sea a Beautiful to the sight but ashes . Tribune. N. Sun my name is cheap holy Joan in a Good mighty Good and the Lay that i am it can t be misunderstood. 1 keep the Sabbath holy i Roll up pious eyes i am Sweet As roly poly and How i advertise i i teach the Philadelfi youth in Bethany sunday school and when it pays i Tell the truth such is my simple Rule. I would discharge Dock my clerk if they should dare to swear my specially is pious works dress goods Aud underwear. The country p. comprehend a tis told them Over and if they would Prosper they must Send their orders to my store. My duty As the p. G. Is this i must insist to make the p. A s buy me and order from my list. One Large and tallow smile steals me Over and Over this Cabinet is but an aisle and transept my store let sinners kick against the pricks and Ribald rage and Roar so my Annex politics brings business to my store. My policy is c. O. F no trouble to show goods one Price for All and that to me sums All beatitudes. Send in your orders Early gents by Telegraph mail Roll in the dollars and the cents to Wanamaker s Sale. In be worked the Cabi net to a Man and i gave special rates the other Day to All the american delegates. My Stock politics is Small but i be goods by the acre Republican postmasters All come buy John Wanamaker. Fighting for principle. The the Allison instructed. The great american. Receive Why Washington will Al Wajs a the reverence men. Henry Cabot Lodge in his a life Washington concludes a was i bring these volumes to a close i am conscious that they speak so far As they speak at All in a tone almost unbroken Praise the great Man they attempt to portray. If this be so it is because i could come to no other conclusions. For Many years i have studied minutely the career Washington and with every step the greatness the Man has grow n upon me for analysis has failed to discover the act his life which under the conditions time i could unhesitatingly pronounce to have been an error. Such has been my experience and although my deductions May be wrong they at least have been carefully and slowly made. I Seo in Washington a great Soldier who fought a trying War to a successful end impossible without him a great statesman who did More than All Othor men to Lay the foundations a Republic which has endured in Prosperity for More than a Century. I find in him a marvelous judgment we hich was never at fault a penetrating vision which beheld the future America when it was dim to other eyes a great intellectual Force a w ill Iron an unyielding grasp facts and an unequalled strength patriotic purpose. I see in him too a pure and High minded gentleman dauntless courage and stainless Honor simple and stately manner kind and generous heart. Such he was in truth. The historian and the biographer May fail to do him Justice hut the instinct Mankind will not fail. The real hero needs not books to give him worshippers. George Washington will always receive the love and reverence men because they see embodied in him the noblest possibilities railway signalling. A system that renders collisions during fog impossible. Or. Henry j. Peddie Edinburgh has invented a new method railway signalling which if properly carried out would be instrumental in rendering collisions during fog impossible. The apparatus is in two sections one part being attached to a shoe the Sleeper Between the rails the permanent Way and the other upon the engine. The former consists a bar which is brought into such a position when Tho adjacent signals Are at a a danger a that it engages the apparatus the engine the result being that the whistle sounds the steam is Cut off and the Brake is applied. All these operations being carried out automatically and without any interference the Driver. can not for want space describe the ingenious manner in which All this is arranged for and brought about but the system seems perfectly feasible. Like Many another invention for saving life it has Tho disadvantage that it can not be part the West will take in struggle against High taxes. It is said that Frank Hatton once postmaster general and now the editor the administration Organ in Washington was so affected by the returns the election in his native state Iowa that he bandaged his head we Ith a wet Towel and sat by a pail ice water All night. a Friend who called during the evening to condole we Ith him . Hatton said a this is terrible. Two More years Harrison and even Pennsylvania will not be the sketch . Hatton a prostrated condition is possibly overdrawn and it is equally probable that . Hatton himself had a we orse Case the dumps than he we Ould now be willing to admit when he despaired holding Pennsylvania in the Protection column. Pennsylvania is there to stay. A state that can submit to being bossed by Don Cameron and Matt Quay will not be nauseated by a dose Harrison. Pennsylvania s Protection stomach is not the squeamish order to be made sick by the Little Emetics that Are worrying the Western end the Republican party. Even if the Protection diet Lay hard the Pennsylvania stomach there is no Hope Pennsylvania going democratic As Long As the Pennsylvania democracy continues to be dominated by Randall and Wallace. They Are swy Orn enemies and fight each other with intense bitterness As Long As there is no Prospect democratic Success in the state but whenever the leaven Tariff Reform shows signs working in the Pennsylvania Lump . Randall and . Wallace forget their old time antagonisms and immediately join hands in their Endeavor to swy ing the state Hack to the republicans. No indeed . Hatton need not worry about Pennsylvania going democratic As Long As Randall and we Allace Are deck to help the administration along. But the very things that Are making Pennsylvania the Gibraltar Protection Are the very things that Are solidifying the Western states in support Tariff Reform. The things that suit the Coal Barons the Oil Kings the Iron monarchs and the Railroad magnates Pennsylvania Are not the things that suit the Sunburst Horny handed grangers the West. Our Western Farmers Are willing to Render unto the Pennsylvania Caesars the things that Are theirs but they Are equally determined to retain for themselves the things that belong to themselves. A Western Farmer performs More honest we Ork in one Day than a Pennsylvania Coal Baron Iron King performs in a lifetime. And yet the government taxes the Western Farmer s labor to support the Pennsylvania Coal Baron and Iron King in their luxury. This is the kind tribute that the Western Farmers Are tired paying. Human nature is human nature the we orld Over. As Long As our Tariff Laws enable the Pennsylvania Coal and Iron masters to live in baronial splendor they Are not going to renounce their allegiance to the party which provides these luxurious conditions even though the Harrison administration is making a mess the party machine. The same human nature that is operating in Pennsylvania is also Manifest ing itself Here in the West but in w different direction. The Western Farmers Are tired their condition serfdom imposed by the Tariff Laws. It Isnit in human nature that they should like it and being human beings they Are organizing to regain their Freedom. The first blows the great revolution were struck in Ohio and Iowa and they will be followed up until the shackles this Tariff slavery Are rent from the limbs the producing classes. Let Pennsylvania he joined to its High Tariff idol. Tho Farmers the West Are wedded to the goddess Liberty and under her Banner they have arrayed themselves. A no More tribute to monopoly is their War cry. In hoc Signo . Paul Globe. What the people the Hawke re Statty expect from their representatives. Senator Allison speaking at Dubuque the night before the election said that the issues in Iowa were the same this year As they were last and added if there were Good reason Why the Republican party should succeed last year the same reasons hold Good this year. Our opponents say in their platform and the stump that the protective Tariff is wrong. The vote in Iowa will be taken As an instruction to its representatives in Congress. Or. Allison said Tifis no doubt with the expectation that the republicans would carry the state. He expected that the representatives in Congress from Iowa would be instructed that Tho protective Tariff is right. The instruction was different from that which . Allison desired but there is no reason Why it should be disregarded. Iowa has spoken. She has pronounced against the protective Tariff As it now exists. Or. Allison should use his influence with the representatives elect from Iowa whom ten out eleven Are republicans to induce them to obey the instructions their state. Or. Allison said nothing Tho Voto the state As an instruction to its senators. This reticence May have been the effect modesty he May Havo used the word a a representatives in a general sense to include members both houses Congress and not in Tho More restricted sense in which it is generally used to denote members Tho lower House. A senator is usually considered As More especially representative the whole state than a member the lower House who is chosen by the voters a single District. If the late vote in Iowa is an instruction to anybody it is certainly such to senator Allison. The country has not been wont to regard senator Allison As a Man who will ignore after the election the statements and pledges made to Tho people before their ballots were cast. Having signified in Advance his willingness to be instructed to will now see As to May fairly assume Good reasons for going no farther with that Tariff Bill his which was intended to reduce the surplus by increasing taxation to such a Point As to Cheek importations. This was in accordance with Tho Republican platform 1888 but Iowa a has already seen the Folly that plan and has issued later instructions which her senators should not feel at Liberty to disregard. The election in Iowa a Means As senator Allison intended in Advance that it would moan if the democrats succeeded that not an Advance but a reduction the Tariff is desired by the voters the courier journal. Aptly illustrated. How Protection a a benefits the people and the government. In order to make a general principle Luminous let us follow a simple illustration. Suppose hats can be made and sold in Europe at $1. Suppose further that in order to protect the american maker hats a tax 50 cents is Laid by Congress every hat imported. As soon As this is done no european hat can be brought to the United states unless it can be sold Here for $1.50. If Tho Price Here be above that figure Tho Tariff is no obstacle to importation since the higher Tho Price the greater is the profit realized by Tho european manufacturer. The a a floods pour in with increasing volume in spite All that a advanced statesmanship can do to keep them out. A positive Premium is put upon importation. Protection signally fails to protect. In this Case it is evident Tho foreigner pays none the tax since to becomes Rich by importation and finds Here the highest Market in the world. The Man who we ears the imported hat bears every ounce the tax Burden. It will thus appear Plain that so Long As the importation foreign hats continues the american Consumers Are paying the full amount the Tariff tax not Only upon All those imported hut upon the entire volume our own productions also. But if importation stops As it must when the Domestic Price has touched a figure even a Shade less than that dictated by Tho Tariff $1.50then All Revenue ceases and Tho Protection the Home manufacturer is Complete since he has an absolute monopoly the Market. But the tax Burden the hat wearer is almost As great As before and the whole it goes As a Bonus to the Domestic manufacturer and not a cent into the till the gov . Edward Taylor. Spirit the press. Death an honorable Man. George h. Pendleton the sex United states minister to Germany and for so Many years a prominent figure in american politics has at last passed away after his Long illness. Or. Pendleton like the late . Cox we As a gentleman and scholar in politics. His great wealth gave him ample opportunities for Leisure which to improved by following Many different lines culture. In his congressional career he will be longest remembered As the author the present civil service Bill and he also was a Strong advocate a Bill allowing members the Cabinet seats upon the floor Congress sex offi Cio. As minister to Germany he was very popular and made an excellent record. While not a great statesman his career has been an honorable and useful one and his demise w ill be mourned by a Large Circle friends and acquaintances who we Ere attracted toward him by his gentlemanly qualities his dignified bearing and his unspotted personal Tribune rep. By Gnu will have heard the last cry pain. Adopted without great expense Andy w ill have witnessed the last orphanage. You we ill have come in worn out from your last round mercy. I do not know we Here you will sleep nor what your epitaph we ill be but there we ill be a lamp burning at that Tomb and an Angel god guarding it and through All the night no rude footstep will disturb the dust. Sleep sleep soft bed pleasant shadows undisturbed repose sleep asleep in Jesus blessed sleep from which none Ever Wake to weep. Then one Day there will be a sky rending and a whirl we heels and Tho Flash a pageant armies marching chains clanking banners weaving thunders booming and that Christian woman railway companies Are slow to act in any Way which reduces their dividends witness the fact that Many lines a still without an efficient Brake an omission which should be regarded As a culpable negligence if loss life should journal. The real trials life. It is not the great burdens life that we ear us out. Many a woman can pass through a Stormy crisis in her household and not permanently suffer from it who is gradually wearing herself out by the constant round Little duties. They Are Petty to be sure and taken by themselves amount to nothing but taken in the aggregate and because they Are Ever recurring they constitute the real trials her will arise from the dust and she will he i presbyterian. The Federal steel company. A great Trust under the name the Federal steel company we Ith a capital $12,000,000, has been formed. It includes establishments in All the great Iron centers the West. It takes in every form steel from the we ire the farm fences to the girders the great City warehouses. Of course its main object is to raise prices and restrict Home Competition those Especial advantages which the Tariff is claimed by its advocates to Confer. The Tariff puts a tax Over 104 per cent steel girders and 45 per cent steel wire. Yet it is not sufficient to satisfy the greed these steel men. They now conspire together to form a Federal steel company the word Trust is eschewed because its unpopularity for the purpose Burking that Competition which the Tariff was ostensibly created to news ind. No consideration would indeed those states which have adopted Tho australian system voting to return to the old Telegram. Or. Powderly has come to the conclusion that a the great mass people who need Protection we ill never get it under the so called policy Foraker refuses to fix the responsibility for his defeat. We Are inclined to think As b. Harrison would say that a the lord did Sentinel. If Idaho and every other Republican Rotten Borough were admitted for the presidential count in 1892 it would still he far from offsetting what Tho Republican party has lost and will lose in the Central . Louis Republic. The republicans Montana Havo celebrated Tho Entrance that Stato into the Union by trying to make a big steal. They evidently want Tho rest the country to know that they Are genuine republicans. A Atlanta Constitution. The Ohio Republican papers and party leaders Are still banging away at each other As to the causes the Lato Republican defeat in this state. Tho Only Point which they seem to agree is that the party deserved defeat and this we agree with Plain dealer. General Mahone told the National Republican committee that if they would give him All the Money to w anted he would buy the vote Virginia and break the solid South. They took him at his word and gave him just As much Money As he asked for. But As in several other the general a similar transactions he failed to deliver Tho a Gazette. A if the Contention Republican journals be admitted that National issues were not considered at the Lato elections in ten states the Union Tho signal gains the democracy must shove that state issues there has been n one sided deliverance very dangerous to the future supremacy the party in Power. No matter from what Point View Republican reverses May be con it Side red the Prospect for the grand old party is decidedly record. A a a a a when to elect congressmen in the Light the recent election. Now emphasis is Given the suggestion that the members Congress should elected just before the meeting coi Gross rather than thirteen months ii Advance. Had Congress been elected Thi month there would be a Large majority for the democrats. The popular mine has undergone a marked change sinc Ltd the election Harrison. The Bod elected at that time does not represent the present views the people. Either Ohio Iowa new York Massachusetts we Ould have wiped out All the ref publican majority in the House had the amp Choice congressmen been had Thi year. It is desirable that they come to it pfc the work legislation fresh from the . Paul Globe. Senat it r All son discussed the Tariff in his closing up Effi in the late Campaign and declared that a the vote in Lowa will be taken As an instruction to its representatives in the vote favored the democratic platform and the Iowa delegation will please note the instructions a St. Louis Republic. Prince George Wales commande Ltd it a torpedo boat during the recent British naval Maneu vers. When at last the Pennant was hauled Down he personally thanked and Shook hands with every member the Crew and gave to each his photograph and a Sovereign. King Luis Portugal did not ill All his reign sign a single order for capital punishment. He had conscientious scruples against inflicting the death penalty and so succeeded in making if practically Ofca Olete in his dominions ,

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