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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio Amm Mathe new Philadelphia times Saml Al Moose proper new Philadelphia. Ottto. The use the one cent piece is becoming general in san Francisco. The Chestnut crop in new York promises to be the largest grown for rears. While the Apple crop will be Small in Many sections the country new England will have a Large yield. Francis Muir pity and his son have obtained sixty thousand Temperance pledges in Ohio since last september. Information from a number the Mountain counties Virginia is to the effect that the nut crop this fall will be unusually Large. George Alfred Townsend says that he has written an average thirty thousand words every week for nearly Twenty five years. The new Orleans Picayune remarks that a when the head a steam boiler blows out it never the head the firm that is responsible for the unsafe a Chicago auctioneer claims to have Over 1,300 wads chewing gum which he has scraped from the backs second hand bureaus and bedsteads sold at his rooms. The Atlanta Defiance the Organ the coloured republicans in Georgia nominates Hon. Robert t. Lincoln for president and Blanche k. Bruce for vice president in 1838. A a destructive big Black Bug upon the potato vines a in addition to the usual striped variety warrants an observing Exchange in the belief that the crop potatoes this year will be excellent. Harriet Beecher Stowe it is said will write no More. Her health has been impaired by constant attendance upon her husband who has been ill for a year and a half and whose death is expected at any time. A remarkable Story about an elephant which killed sixteen men somewhere in India is going the rounds the papers. Probably the announcement that the elephant will go round with some circus will come next. A Large land slide occurred recently the Eastern Shore Block Island 11. 1. There is a High Bluff along the Shore at this Point. About an acre land in a strip two Hundred feet in length broke Quot and Slid Down into the sea. Judge i. E. West Secretary the Dakota Railroad commissioners says North Dakota will not Harvest one half As much wheat As she did last year even if the most favourable condition weather continues the rest the season. Railroad building Lias begun a Large scale throughout the country. A so far this year Only fifteen Hundred Miles Road have been built but before Christmas the mileage will no doubt reach five thousand Miles a greater portion it in the West. Justice Piper Niagara Falls refused to arrest Graham the Man who went Down the rapids in a barrel the other Day. Lie said that the fellow did not intend to commit suicide and if he had been drowned there would have been one less Crank in the world. The cases this year a poisoning from ice Cream have been so numerous As no longer to excite comment. But now comes the report a wholesale poisoning a from eating Chicken the chronicler Don t give the symptoms but we should expect they were All taken with a the miss Forte some the English actress who is coming to America is said to be Worth fifty thousand dollars and is decidedly pretty. That settles it. There can now be no doubt As to her histrionic excellence. But what a Relief it would be if somebody would import an actress who is poor and homely. A superstitious subscriber who found a spider in his paper wants to know if it is considered a bad Omen. Nothing the kind says the editor. The spider was merely looking Over the columns the paper to see what merchant was not advertising so that it could spin its web across his store door and be free from disturbance. The Wool clip in the United states is estimated to be fully twelve million pounds less than two years ago. Michigan a clip will be Over a million pounds less than a year ago that Ohio three millions less and Texas seven millions less. Every Wool growing state and territory with probably the e exception Montana will show a lessened production. Wiggins the weather Prophet abates nothing his claim that there will occur in the fall a storm compared to which other storms arc zephyrs. The elements will begin amusing themselves the afternoon september 20, and when the affair has ended this you nary will look As if it had gone through a threshing machine. A contemporary Calls special attention to . Wiggins Date As it seems to have slipped the mind the Giddy thousands who go along with their Petty affairs As if no such shaking up were in Prospect. At the recent National conference Hailies and corrections in St. Paul Wiiliam 1. Latch Worth president the new York state Board Chari tics read a paper a children the he said that there ver in the United states under sixteen years age. 20,013,050 children in 1880 there were -18,928 Blind persons whom 2.212 were in educational institutions other than Day schools and 33,878 deaf mutes whom 5,300 were in similar institutions. The total number idiots in the United states was 70,805. Of these 292 were in training schools. General Phil Sheridan says he is delighted with ids new experience As a suburban Farmer. Instead sending his wife and children to a crowded Seaside hotel fashionable resort this year he rented a thirty acre farm near Washington where he picks his own peas digs his own potatoes and enjoys Freedom from intrusion which has to be endured Good Nat redly at water aug places. The general drives in e Ery morning and returns in the afternoon. The enjoyment seeing his children Loving Mother Earth he says is far More happiness to him than to lift Ever experienced at All the fashionable i intelligence from All Congress. Wednesday july 21.�?the Payne election Case was taken up in the Senate. A Long debate the reports followed general Logan making an Appeal against any further investigation the Case. In the House the Morrison concurrent Resolution for the adjournment Congress july 28 was passed by a vote 145 to 30. The Senate amendments to the River and Harbor Bill were non concurred in and the measure was sent to a conference committee. At the evening session the inter state Commerce Bill was discussed. Thursday july 22.�?in the Senate the Day was occupied in discussing Tho Payne election Case. In Tho House the principal business was receiving and referring reports committees. In committee the whole Revenue Bills were considered. Friday july 23.�?in the Senate . Hoar s Resolution for an investigation the election senator Payne was lost the vote standing 17 yeas to 44 nays. An evening session was held for the consideration the sundry civil appropriation Bill and an amendment was adopted appropriating $10,000 for the More efficient prosecution and punishment crime in Utah. In the House the Senate amendment to the olo Margarina Bill reducing the tax the product from five to two cents was passed and the measure would go to the president. In the evening several pension Bills were passed. Saturday july 24.�?in the Senate a Resolution to inquire into the violation rights american fishing and merchant vessels in Canadian Waters was adopted. Tho sundry civil Bill was discussed and at Tho evening session the measure was passed with an amendment requiring Tho Secretary the Treasury to Issue Silver certificates $1, $2 and a Quot it. In Tho House Tho naval appropriation Bill amounting to $6 435,000 and the sundry civil appropriation Bill were Washington. I King the twelve months ended june 30, 1880, Tho total values Tho imports merchandise into the United states were $635,253,006, against $577,527,339 the preceding twelve months an increase $57,-723,277. The total values exports Dur-1886 were $679,425,972, against $742,184,755 Tho preceding twelve months a decrease $02, <6 5,783. The presidents reception Tho 21st was attended by Captain John Grant new Orleans aged ninety years. Captain Grant has shaken hands with every president the United states. The death William Hunter second assistant Secretary state occurred at Washington Tho 22d at the age eighty one years. He had served continuously in the state department for fifty three years having been appointed by president Andrew Jackson. During Tho seven Days ended Tho 23d the business failures numbered 1 50 for the United states and 24 for Canada a total 184, As compared with 183 the previous seven Days. The number failures in the United states since january 1 is 5,971, against 6,831 in a like period 1885. Canada has had 691 this year against 805 last year. Foil the last fiscal year the total collections internal Revenue were $116.902,845, an increase Over the previous year $4,-481.724. The exchanges at Twenty six loading Clearing houses in the unite states during the week ending the 21th aggregated $s01 618,828. Against $846,408,177 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 18s5, the increase amounts to 4.1 per cent. In a report to the president Tho 21th the Canadian fishery troubles too Secretary state said that an amicable adjustment w Ould be arrived at East. The Puoplo living along the Banks the Mohawk River in new York wore hauling water from a distance for household purposes Tho 21st owing to Tho River being nearly dry. A strike was inaugurated by Over five Hundred employees the american tube 8c Iron company at Middletown pa., Tho 22j for higher wages. The wages one thousand workmen employed in the Pennsylvania tube works at Pittsburgh were the 32d voluntarily raised ten per cont., dating Back two weeks. At Buffalo n. Y., William Lockwood Tho Well known Veteran horseman foil dead Tho 22d. It was alleged the 22d that Samuel j. Smelling for Twenty seven years treasurer the Lowell mass bleaching company was a defaulter to the amount $200,030. President Cleveland and party loft for Washington after attending the Bicentennial Celebration at Albany n. Y., Tho 22 1. Two children Alexander Roth perished with Tho burning his Homo near Conewago pa., the 22d. At Tho Vermont state democratic convention at Montpelier Tho 22d s. B. Shurtleff Montpelier was nominated for governor and p. M. Meldon Rutland for lieutenant governor. At a Church festival in Eastport me., the evening the 23d, forty persons were poisoned by eating ice Cream. No fatal cases were reported. Of the 231 the first anniversary general Grants death occurred. A Hoot Lack named Stephen Brodio new York aged Twenty three years jumped from the Brooklyn Bridge at the Center Span the 23d into the East River a distance 120 feet. To was fished out apparently uninjured. Fourteen buildings were burned at Franklin pa., the 23d, causing a loss $140,000. While w waiting for Tho train at the Lowell depot at Boston Charles Hutchison for Over Twenty Yoars business agent for the american Board foreign missions was killed by a locomotive the 23d. To was sixty two years age. John Iio Tuerack a ton a Wanda Cooper the 24th jumped into the Niagara Falls and was killed Charles Lockwood Tho murderer miss Mattie ran Lall took his own life at Litchfield Conn. Through fear being lynched and Robert Hamilton an old Soldier failing to receive a pension suicide at Lockport n. The authorities at Castle Garden Are detaining forty russian jews All paddlers and paupers who landed there Tho 24th, for re shipment. The strike in the Groat rolling Mills at Philadelphia involving Over fifteen Hundred men was settled the 24th. Matthew Arnold the English writer while bathing recently at Long Branch was rescued from drowning by a Bathhouse keeper and a Fisherman who rubbed him until he want Able to walk. West and South. The session the National conference charities and corrections closed at St. Paul the 21st, Omaha being chosen As Tho next place meeting. Ii. H. Giles Wisconsin was elected president. Twenty thousand visitors were at Milwaukee the 21st to attend the Banger fest concerts the first which was Given in the evening before a gathering ten thousand people. A fire consumed the soldiers orphans Home at Knightstown ind., the 21st, the inmates All escaping. The loss to the state was $90,000. A German Carpenter named William Seliger was pie. Cud upon the witness stand by the prosecution in the anarchist trial at Chicago the 21st. He gave startling details As to Tho manufacture bombs in his dwelling and plainly unfolded to the Public Tho plot to murder policemen at Tho Hay Market. Clem Bishop aged seventy years a Backwoods doctor and preacher married his Ward Retta Boston aged nine years at Greenburg ivy., recently. Bishop obtained the marriage License by fraud. From Points throughout the Northwest complaints were still coming in the 21st the injury to Grain by the Long continued dry w Eather. Cora was suffering most. Peaches were Selling the 21et in California at eighty dollars a ton the Trees. By the wrecking a train near port Moody ore., seventy fire head cattle were killed a few Days ago. They were in route to Chicago. Jonathan h. Redd and w. P. Tit Erick Farmers living near Cambridge o., quarrelled the 221 Over a Dolhar and during the fracas tit Erick killed Redd. September 2 is the Date fixed for Tho Republican state convention Indiana. In the fifth Ohio District Tuo 22d the democrats renominated George e. Sen a for congressman at Tho state convention the republicans Arkansas at Little Rock the 22d a full state ticket was nominated with Lafayette Gregg for governor. At a meeting Tho democrats the second District Iowa the 22d judge Walter i. Hayes was nominated for congressman. Springfield school Board the 22d decided that under Tho Sanction Tho few Black Laws yet remaining Tho Ohio statute books coloured children should not attend Public schools with White children any longer but should go to a school their own. Tho coloured people were indignant and excited. In Minnesota and Dakota Tho condition wheat was Tho 22d said to be very promising notwithstanding Tho recent drought. While Riding Pino Lake at la torte ind., the 22d, mrs. Rose Stern and Frank Molloy were drowned. Tho Young Man was a son the evangelist Emma Molloy. O. Pickering has been nominated for congressman by Tho prohibitionist the second Kansas District. In the anarchist cases at Chicago the 22d the evidence obtained showed there was a deep Laid plot to blow up the business part the City and throw bombs the police from the House tops. General git show commanding the department Tho Columbia stated the 22d that there was not the slightest foundation for the report recent Indian outrages in Tho Calispell country. The follow ing were Lange i the 23d Joseph jump at Gallatin mo., for the murder William c. Gladson and Lincoln sprole White and Calvin James coloured at port Smith ark., for murders committed in Indian territory. Forty six men have been hanged at fort Smith since 1871. Up to the 23d no rain had fallen in Southern Kansas for Over a month and Farmers Sai l that unless rain fell within Throe four Duys they would Loose their entire crop. An assignment was made by Edwin Hoole Chicago Tho surviving member the firm Snider 8c Iio olo bookbinders and printers the 23d. The assets were placed at $300,000. In Tho eighth Iowa District Tho 23d Tho democrats and Gree backers nominated a. It. Anderson for congressman. Over the Western part Nebraska Rains prevailed the 23d, insuring a three fourths crop Corn. In Bot Tourt and several other Virginia counties hog cholera was raging to an alarming extent the 23d. Some cases had been reported Farmers losing one Hundred head in a work. In the anarchist trial at Chicago Tho 24th considerable stir was caused by Tho testimony Andrew c. Janssen a detective in the employ the Pinkerton National Agency who for More than a year was an Active member the armed Section the socialists. To read from his own manuscript reports incendiary speeches made at various times and places by Fielden Parsons Schwab and spies in which they urged working men to use dynamite upon the police and militia. Prof. E. Leon Mansfield o., successfully walked across the chasm at Tallulah Falls near Atlanta ga., the 24th an Inch and a half rope fifteen Hundred feet Long and suspended twelve Hundred feet above the rapids. While passing along Michigan Avenue near the Leland hotel about eight clock the evening Tho 25th, mrs. C. It. Jaynes Chicago was knocked Down and robbed a hand Sachel containing $6,000 Worth diamonds and jewelry and $478 in Money. A refreshing rain was reported the 24th to Havo fallen in All sections Arkansas after a drought six weeks insuring Good crops Corn and Cotton. John m. Brunswick Tho head one Tho greatest billiard table factories in the world died tli8 25th at Cincinnati heart disease aged sixty seven years. A Hail and wind storm the 24th in Tho Vicinity Larimore d. T., destroyed a Church and other buildings and ruined Tho crops in a Belt four Miles wide. Tho loss Grain near Portland was estimated at $450,000. The republicans the fourth Illinois District have renominated George e. Adams for congressman. L. O Meara has been nominated for congressman by the knights labor in the second Iowa District. At the close the weekender the24th the standing the National league baseball clubs was As follows Detroit games won 51 lost 14. Chicago won 49 lost 15. New York won. 42 lost 21. Philadelphia won 36 lost 23. Boston won 25 lost 37. 8t. Louis won 20 lost 46. Kan Sas City won 14 lost 45. Washington won 11 lost 47. In portions Michigan a heavy rain accompanied by a Severo wind storm prevailed the 25th. The Forest fires were entirely quenched. Foreign intelligence. Queen Victoria the 21st accepted Tho resignation Tho Gladstone Cabinet. England and France were being swept the 2lst by remarkable heat and severe Thunder storms. Tho Dansette spin Nery at ame Tieres had been destroyed by lightning causing u loss 12,500 000 francs. Six new cases cholera and four deaths were reported at Trieste Italy the 23d and at fiume three cases and one death. A rattle was fought by mexican troops and yaqui indians near Medano the 23d, the mexicans losing ton men killed and Twenty wounded. Forty the Savages were slain and Twenty taken prisoners who were immediately shot. It Fly 150 persons wore reported the 23d to have perished hunger Tho Newfoundland and Labrador coasts and 2.500 were at present suffering from Lack food. Government Relief had been asked for. The freight depot the bavarian Railroad at Leipsic valued at one rail lion Marks was burned the 25th.a diabolical plot. Details the anarchist scheme bloodshed and ruin. Later. Miller s brewery Rochester. N. Y., was totally Des roved by fire the 26th. Loss $80,000 insurance $40,003. At fall River mass., the 26th Thomas Richardson in a fit jealousy shot miss Bishop with whom he was enamoured and her escort named Russell jul another Young Man Mmel Fitton. The wounds Russell and Kitten Are believed to be mortal. Richardson was arrested. Colonel w h. Bolton chief the division for handling second class matter at Tho Chicago Post office was arrested the 26th, changed with embezzlement Public funds Liy Means f false returns l to Post office inspectors claim to have traced a shortage $4,600 from november 1884, to november 1885, and intimate that the total shortage will be from $50,000 to $100,000. In the Federal District court at Chicago the 26th judg Blodgett rendered a decision in the celebrated cattle ranch suit Milton 11. Bennett Caldwell. Kan., and Robert l. L , column City. Tex., is. E. M. Mcgill in. Of Cleveland The dispute was in regard to the interpellation a contract providing the method payment for a ranch about 260.000 acres in the Cherokee strip Indian territory. Judgment was Given against Mcgillen for �115,-580. A furious rain and Hail storm passed Over Pittsburgh and Allegheny the 26th causing great a in age in Tho lower portion the cities. Cellars first floors dwellings and store rooms wore flooded fences and outhouses washed away and a number streets ret Derel impassible. The damage is estimated at $205?,000. No loss life was re Poi Ted. In the Senate tbc2�,tl . Ingalls offered a Resolution which was Tuo Ted requesting the president to communicate information concerning the alleged decent a. K. Cutting an american citizen. By the mexican authorities at paso Jel Norte also whether any add tonal unreal states troops have been recently order it to port Bliss. Tho House b i directing tie commissioner labor to make invent Gaton As to convict labor w As taken up and passed. The Senate joint Resolution proposing Ai amendment to the const Tut Ion n re Latoi to alcoholic liquors and other poisonous beverages was reported Back from the Tomm tree education and labor and paced the Calendar the Senate then proceeded to the consideration the Delicieu a appropriation b 11 an item was insert d to payed a n b. Smith $2,\i for Erfil Erv Iees rendered the government in the Guiteau Case. The Reading the Bill being completed and All the amendments reported a the committee appropriations i e in disposed . The Bill was reported Back to the Senate. All the amendments were concurred in and the b i we passed the Senate then went into secret session and when the doors reopened Adou cd. In the House . Holman Indian from the conference committee the legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bill reported a disagreement the a a n Point difference being the Senate amendment providing fur Cimi Torso clerks the House by a vote i a to 9 5, refused to recede from to senators clerks amendment and a further conference was ordered. The House that a took no the Senate b ii forfeiting certain the Bonds granted the Northern Pacific it inroad company which was debated pro at con ninth. Adjournment. Several Tho followers the roil Al ref turn informers their startling Ito Cital Strong evidence against spies Fielden and Lingg. Anarchistic necks in danger. Chicago jury 21.�?in yesterdays Prev feedings in the trial the anarchists the evidence tendered by the prosecution was the most important but at the same time the least sensational yet offered. This at least is the opinion states attorney Grinnell. Tho prosecution occupied most the Forenoon session in proving that Tho riot at the Mccormick works May 3 was instigated by a few anarchists led by spies that spies after inciting that riot wrote and circulated inflammatory and lying accounts the outbreak with intent to incite the a working men the City to further riot that it was in Defiance the Active opposition the leaders the strikers that spies and his gang captured the meeting which immediately preceded the Mccormick riot and incited that meeting to attack the non Union working men and. Generally that that riot was directly Tho work the anarchists in the carrying out their plot to sack and plunder Tho City As described in the testimony the witness Moulton Tho previous Day. The testimony presented in Tho afternoon clearly proved that spies was the writer the mysterious a Cru he notice in Tho arb Ciler Fiteny that being the signal for the opening the revolution by the armed forces Tho anarchists that spies and Schwab were directly responsible for the incendiary screeds in the Arbeiter Zeitung that spies was Tho author the a a revenge circular that spies Nebo and Schwab directly and Tho other prisoners indirectly were responsible Lor the circulation murderous anarchistic literature such As Herr most so science revolutionary warfare a and that altogether the Hay Narket riot Tho Mccormick riot the throwing the bomb the publication the alarm and Arbeiter Zeitung. The issuance incendiary circulars and Proe Ani Hions and the manufacture storage and distributions explosives were All an integral part a general and premeditated plot for the murder overthrow the police Force and All Law abiding citizens and the seizure the City by the anarchists. Chicago july 22.�?Only two witnesses were examined in Tho anarchist trial yesterday William Seliger and his wife. Seliger lives in a Small House the rear the lot at no. 442 Sedgwick Street and it was in this House the bombs were manufactured. The afternoon May 4, Tho Date the explosion some forty fifty bombs were made at Siiger s. A the prisoner Lingg. Who lodged at Seliger a seems to have been Tho chief worker five six others w Hom Seliger was one acting As his assailants. Lingg had previously practice making bombs and casting bomb shells. For tubular bombs he used sections Metal pipe an Inch to one and a half inches in diameter for spherical bombs he cast Leaden shells in a cup shaped Mold melting the Lead in a ladle Tho Kitchen stove. Small Iron bolts and nuts were imbedded in the dynamite and each Shell sealed with a fulminating Cap and Fuso attachment. It was unquestionably one Obeso bombs that was thrown in Tho Haymour Ket. T he forty fifty bombs made that afternoon were packed in a trunk and carried to no. 58 Clybourn Avenue about 8 clock by Lingg and Seliger. Hero they were distributed Tho Box being left in a rear room where each anarchist could go in and help himself. Several conspirators equipped themselves with Boinus allot them being at the same time armed w Ith revolvers and the deadly three sided file Dirks. Lingg and Seliger armed themselves like the rest. Tho two proceeded to Larrabee Street police station. They consulted whether they should immediately throw bombs at that station attack Webster Avenue station first. Lingg was eager to begin Seliger was cowardly Ami held Lingg Back. Lingg had been do tailed to attack these stations to make such a a a disturbance the North Side that the police would to prevented from massing at the Vest Side where Tho principal disturbances were to be made. The two conspirators tramped Between Tho two stations and eventually saw Tho Larrabee Street patrol Wagon loaded with police starting to Tho scene the Haymarket explosion. Lingg then excitedly prepared to throw a bomb at the patrol Wagon. But by a trick his More cowardly companion w As delayed in his object until the Wagon had driven in safety. T he witness acknowledged to was afraid Bis life and so had written a letter the substance which was that Csc Maek had extorted information from him under threats. He swore that this was untrue that he had been a voluntary informer hoping to escape by making a clean breast All to knew. He had never been promised immunity for making the statement. Tho Cross examination further showed that Lingg knew beforehand that there would be an explosion at the Haymarket meeting and was anxiously awaiting tidings at the time it occurred. The witness had been in jail in hiding almost All the time since being afraid i an attack by one his quondam Brethren. Seliger a examination occupied almost five hours and then his wife took the stand and corroborated the chief facts his tos Timony. The Only now thing in her evidence was mat Lingg tried to make a hiding place for Tho bombs within the Wall his room and that she prevented him. She acknowledged that she hated the whole business and would have been glad to throw All the bomb makers into Tho Street that tuesday afternoon. Chicago july 23.�?yesterday s evidence at the anarchists trial very materially forwarded the Case for the state. The prosecution occupied the Day in producing proofs Tho Bloodthirsty Mouth bugs spies Parsons Schwab and Fielden at the Lake front and other meetings. The fact that the Arbeiter Zeitung office was the Central distributing Point Ana Chis supplies including dynamite arms and revolutionary literature was further emphasize d by the introduction the Load dynamite and other explosive materials found there. The first w fitness yes Friday was m. H. Quot Williamson a now Papor reporter who testified to Tho action the anarchists the occasion the opening the new Board Trade building. Parsons and Fielden speaking from the windows the arh tour Zeitung office had offered to Lead an attack with bombs and All other available weapons the Largo stores Tho City Marshall Fields and c. P. Kellogg s being mentioned As proper places to begin with. Tho Board Trade was also proposed As an it Jet attack and Board Trade men were to to murdered because a they were the scoundrel by robbers the working men and had bunt that edifice from Tho earnings the Parsons and spies showed the witness bombs and dynamite in the Arbeiter Zeitung office. The witness testified to various meetings where dynamite had been preached by spies. Fielden. Parsons and Schwal. Par explained to Tho witness the methods Street warfare with bombs and boasted the strength and perfect organization Tho anarchists the City. Several witnesses testified to anarchist supplies found in the a belter Zeitung office and an expert in the use explosives gave testimony As to experiments he made with the dynamite seized at Tho office the Paiter. And showing its powerful character. Officer Weinke who appeared with a bandaged head having been shot during the Haymarket riot detailed the substance a speech made by Engel one sunday afternoon last february at an open meeting at no. 703 Milwaukee Avenue. Engel advised the Crow d to save up a Small sum so that each might be armed with a three four Dollar revolver that kind a being Good enough to shoot police w John j. Ryan testified to speeches made by spies. Parsons Schwab and Fielden at various times when rifles pistols and dynamite had been recommended. Parsons had stated that Twenty live cents Worth dynamite w Ould demolish the Pullman building and advised that act. Harry Wilkinson a reporter testified to stories told him by spies As to the use bombs and dynamite and the condition and objects the organization in Tho City. Joe Gruenhut the City health department described As a socialist and writer socialistic literature had introduced the witness to spies and had been present at the principal i overview. Spies told what was to be done and Gruenhut fixed the Date it would occur May 1 within a few Days thereafter when Many working men would be Idle through a attempt to enforce the eight hour Law. Chicago july 24.�?yesterday�?Ts evidence in the anarchist trial was largely a corroborative character. First came a Burly Saloon keeper named Hein whose testimony went to show Neebes know ledge and partial responsibility for the famous a a revenge circular. Gustav Lehman one the anarchists described the manufacture the bombs at Linggi a lodgings and his visit to Neff s Hall where they were distributed. Lingg gave him a Small Satchel containing bombs fuses and Caps also a tin Box filled with dynamite. Witness took the articles Home and hid them in the woodshed. Jle became scared during the night and got out bed and carried the stuff away out a Prairie where he left it. He afterwards took a detective to the spot and it was recovered. The carpenters Union to which witness belonged gave a dance lust March and the proceeds were taken by Lingg. With the Sanction the Union and a Quantity dynamite was purchased. Lehman Testi to to to hearing Engel in a speech give instructions As to How bombs could be easily and cheaply made. Several witnesses testified regarding the socialistic demonstration at the time the new Board Trade building was dedicated. States attorney Grinnell stated that he would have read the translation the platform the International workingmen a association and Herr most a Book which had already been placed in evidence. Captain Black objected to the Reading. It was finally decided that Tho documents Wight to Uro rented and assistant states attorney Furthman read in a loud Cuffar Oice thd1 platform adopted in Pittsburgh and published in Tho Arbeiter Zeitung. The platform begins with a tirade against the capitalists in which they Are denounced As the spoils men Tho labourer. Tho working men it goes Are forced to commit pc murder and other i infer through capitalistic oppression. The screed finally gets Down to business and says that the working men can Hope for no arbitration through the ballot peaceful arbitration. There is but one methods Force. It advises organization and preparation for the inevitable conflict Between capital and labor and Calls for revolutionary and na1 tonal activity. It demands the building up a free society founded a communistic organization production and an organization Tho educational system an equal basis for both sexes. Air. Fur Thynan next began to read Herr most s Book a science revolutionary the translated copy is a Large pamphlet forty nine pages and the Reading occupied the remainder the afternoon. The author goes fully into the use dynamite and explains the Way to explode it. The whole work is written in that bombastic style for which the Arch anarchist is noted and advocates Tho killing the police by dynamite Gunpowder the knife prussic acid the most deadly poisons. Chicago july 26.�?the developments in Tho anarchists trial saturday Are such As to considerably Darken the Hopes the defendants. The prosecution had Reserve 1 a fitting Climax to the dramatic evidence the week in Tho testimony Andrew c. Johnson a Pinkerton detective who .in the Pursuit his calling joined one the groups socialists and drilled with the armed Section the Lehr mud Wehr Verein. His evidence was corroborative importance in itself but was greatest interest As indicating that other detectives had been similarly employed and would give their testimony in the Case. Tho introduction the witness created a sensation and evidently startled the defendants who could Illy conceal their dismay. A gentleman connected with the trial said yesterday a these detectives were employed in Tho Spring 1885 by Lyman j. Gage Tho vice president the first National Bank. J am told however that Gage did not do this his own account but that a fund $15,00-3 w As raised for the purpose among Tho Bankers and wholesale merchants Tho City. The scheme was inaugurated by Tho commercial club which Gage is Andrew c. Johnson a detective said to joined the american group the International working menus association in february 1885. Tho last meeting he attended was in january last. To became a member Tho organization at Tho instance the Pinkerton detective Agency in Whoso employ he was. He made written reports the doings at Tho meetings to uis employers. Heard Parsons make a speech at one those gatherings february 22, 1885. At Baum s Pavilion in an aristocratic portion the City. Parsons stated that Tho reason the meeting had been called in that locality was to give Tho Many merchant princes who resided there an Opportunity to attend and hear what the communists had to say about the distribution Cal hand then to denounced Tho capitalists in general lie said a i want you All to unite together and throw the Yoke. We need no president no congressmen no police no militia and no judges. They Are All leeches seeking the blood the poor who have to support them by to Weir labor. I say to you l Iso one and All and let us exterminate them. Woe to the police the militia whom they Send against witness marched in Tho procession the night Tho dedication the new Board Trade building and saw Parsons Neebe spies and Fielden marching in the line. Continuing witness said he was present with Parsons Fielden and others at 54 Lake Street the 24th August 1885. After having been there a Short time a Man armed with a Long cavalry sword and dressed in a Blue Blouse and wearing a Slouch hat came into the room and How ordered All those present to fall in. He then called certain names and All those present answered to their names. He then inquired whether there were any new members who wished to join a military company. Witness and two others joined. Witness w As vouched for by Parsons As being a True Man to was enrolled As a member and Given number 16. All who were not i members were then expelled from the room and the remainder fell into Lino and were then drilled for about half an hour three quarters put through a regular manual Drill marching counter marching turning forming fours Wheeling by the Man armed with the sword. The Drill master left Tho Hall but in a few minutes returned with ten other men dressed like himself and introduced them As the first company the Lehr und Wehr herein. They were armed with Springfield Rilles. Presently a Man whose name witness did not know who was then employed by the proprietor Tho Saloon at no. 54 West Lake Street came into the room with two tin boxes which he placed the table at the South end the room. The drilling instructor then asked All those present to step up and examine the two tin boxes As they were the latest improved dynamite bombs. The armed Section met again the following monday August 31. The Captain Walters drilled the company for about one hour and a half and afterwards a consultation was held among All members the company As to the Best Way procuring arms. Some one suggested that each one should nay so much a week until a sufficient amount had been raised wherewith to Purchase a Rifle for each member the company. The defendant Parsons then made a suggestion lie said a look Here boys Why can t to make a raid some night the militia Armoryl there Are Only two three men guard there and it is easily this suggestion seemed to to favored by other members and some More discussion took place and it was finally decided to out Tho matter the raid until the Nigut a Little longer. At a eting hold january 26, 1886, witness overheard a conversation Between spies and Fielden. Before the meeting was called to order in which the former said in a tone voice apparently not meant for any one else Sears a a done to say very much about that article in the Dilg news. You simply need to Stato that a reporter the j Aiby a hrs had an interview with me some Days ago but that most the statements in the papers Are mostly spies farther said a you must be careful in your remarks. You done to know who might be among us spies then went away and the meeting was called to order. Fielden made a Long statement commenting upon an article which had appeared in the daily avow. He said a a the most the statements Are lies. Or. Spies did have an interview with a reporter some Days ago but the most Tho assertions brought Forth in the paper Are not he further sail As regards the dynamite bombs a it is quite True we have lots dynamite and explosives in our Possession and we will not hesitate to use them when the proper time witness Sai 1 he had recently met and recognized severe1 la Erton men whom he had seen fori Erl in attendance the meetings and i i he thought we Ere members. Witness said that at the first meeting the armed Section Tho discussion arose As to what the Section should be called what the armed Section should to called. Some one suggested that the company should to amalgamated with the German organization and the company was to be called the fourth company the Lehr und Wehr herein. This idea was opposed i it a others and finally the company was called the International rifles. In Case a conflict with the authorities the International rifles were to act in concert with the Lehr und Wehr herein and obey the commander that organization. Witness also stated that at a meeting in december last Fielden said regarding the time the revolution should take place a Tho 1st May will lie our time to strike the blow. There will be so Many strikes and there will lie 50,000 men out work that is to say a if Tho eight hour movement is a # a a thousands dying. Terrible suffering among the starving f Slie Rinen in Newfoundland. Ottawa ont., july 24.�?Hon. A. F. Widell , arrived Here Friday evening to interview the Dominion government and ask that they give Aid to fishermen along the coast Newfoundland and Labrador. He tells a tale horror that would make the heart bleed. The fishermen owing to the Scarcity the catch through the ice not breaking up Are literally starving to death. The government the Island have stepped in and Are doing what they can to help but Are not Able to Cope with the Largo number cases which must have immediate assistance. Altogether 150 people have died starvation and 2,500 Are the a Erge death for want food. In one settlement forty two Twenty four died during Tho month june. In another settlement fifty three eleven died while in yet another settlement seventy two twelve succumbed for want bread. The description Given by Widell is heartrending and agonizing in Tho extreme. These poor people in their poverty cling with bitter tenacity to their native Island and will not go elsewhere to obtain work. As yet there Are no signs the ice breaking up and Winter again sets in in october. It is doubtful however if the government will agree to give actual Aid but it will certainly give steamers to convey food to the distressed and Al to will take any the sufferers to tie Dominion where they can secure abundance work. Whatever is done must be done quickly the loss life through sheer hunger will be great. The anarchists friends. Ardent sympathizers the anarchists held a meeting night at Turner Hall and adopted resolutions Heno Utic ing the Chicago Fresso the speeches very tame. Cin Cago july 27.�?fully 2,000 ardent sympathizers the anarchists now trial assembled in West twelfth Street turned Hall last evening. At least one Hundred police and detectives in citizens dress were scattered throughout the Hall. The meeting was very orderly and the speeches were a tame character in comparison with the fiery utterances last summer the Lake flout and other Public places. Gustave Belz a Young Man called the meeting to order and a set officers was elected. A. O. Bishoff the first speaker said the meeting had been called for the purpose j protesting against the course assumed by the press in the so called anarchist trial. Lie hoped Good order would prevail and that the resolutions which were to be read would receive dispassionate consideration. Ocif Erous cheering greeted his assertion Toliaf the press Chicago did not speak the truth. The resolutions which were adopted with a Hurrah declare that the press Chicago with almost entire unanimity has denounced the defendants in the anarchist trial As guilty and has clamoured for to Weir condemnation and execution although they have not yet been heard in their own defense and has not fairly and fully published the evidence thus far adduced particularly the Cross examination the witnesses called by the prosecution. The resolutions further declare that this is contrary to the spirit the Law and to the dictates Justice and alike calculated and designed to do the accused a great wrong by misleading the Public and recommend to the organized workers Chicago to a follow in the footsteps the Central labor Union new York which is entering the Arena political act for the purpose counteracting the repressive legislation that the capitalistic class will no doubt attempt to Railroad through our legislative George Schilling the labor agitator spoke to the resolutions and in reviewing the Haymarket massacre read newspaper dipping in support his assertion that Captain Bonfield was alone responsible for the tragedy May 4. The meeting then adjourned without any disturbance. Capital notes. Its got collapse a building. St. Louis july 26.�?the building occupied by the Simons hardware company collapsed sunday night. Had the collapse occurred at any other time than at night great loss life would have resulted. Loss Stock und building �85,000. Animal Ite port Tho c Liick the appointment division the Posic Olliee department a fortification approx Ria. Tion Dill increased #6,000,000. Washington july 27.�?the sundry civil appropriation Bill As it was passed by tiie Senate shows the following important changes added account Public buildings 8805,544 reduced account Public buildings 8178,000 added it a account lighthouses 8516,750 added account coast Survey $106,652 added account other items 81,919,902 reduced account other items 8154,000. Net increase by the Senate 83,106,350. Amount Bill As passed by House 821,311.525 As passed by Senate 824,418,-375. The annual report the chief the appointment division Post office department for the fiscal year ended june 30, 1886, presents the following figures relating to changes in postmasters increase in offices Etc during the year 3,482 new pos offices were established and 1,130 were discontinued. At the close the yeas there were �?o3.614 pos offices and these 2,265 were what Are known As presidential offices. A the report presents the following comparative statement appointments during the fiscal years ended june 30, 1s85 and 1886 for 1885, resignations and commissions expires 6,204 for 1886, 9,112. Oil removals and suspensions for 1885, 810 for Iseff 9,566. On deaths postmasters for 1885, 412 for 1886, 587. On establishment new pos offices for 1885, 2,121 for Iseff 3.482. Total for 1885, 9,547 total for 1886, 22,747. Dar no robbery. The wife a Well known Gambler fobbed the Street #0,000 Worth diamonds. Chicago july 27.�?the wife Cyrus Janes the Well known Gambler was robbed in a very daring manner sunday evening. She and her husband accompanied by several other persons were coming from supper mrs. Janes walking a few feet ahead the rest the party with a mrs. Ackerman. As they were passing an Alley near the Leland hotel a Man who looked like a negro but who is believed to have had his face blackened suddenly seized mrs. Janes from behind. As she turned the Man caught her linger As though to tear from it a ring and nearly Tore the Finger Nail. Then lie struck mrs. Janes a severe blow nearly knocking her Down and Tore from her the hand Satchel she carried. Having secured this the thief dashed Down the Alley pursued by Janes who followed him As far As Van Buren Street w Hen the thief escaped in the darkness. The Satchel contained a $478 Gold watch and Chain a number pieces jewelry and about 86,000 Worth diamonds. Janes says that while chasing the thief lie saw two others crouched Down near the buildings either Side the Alley evidently confederates the thief. The robbery took place in the full Glare the electric lights the Leland hotel and so quickly that a number people the Street including a Gurney cab Driver were not aware w hat had occurred until they saw Janes chasing the thief Down the Alley. Dynamite bomb found in a barrel Straw. Chicago july 27.�?a dynamite bomb eight and one half inches Long and two inches in circumference Wane found secreted in a barrel Straw the fourth floor Wilbur amp Allen s crockery warehouse no. 23. East Washington Street yesterday afternoon. It was completely loaded and primed and its destructive Power will equal that four bombs such As the one which caused so much destruction and death at the 11 a y Market. It is supposed to be the Handiwork Louis Lingg the bomb maker now 011 trial with spies it Al. The bomb was probably placed in the barrel May 1, As that Date the barrels were emptied their contents and Straw thrown Back arrested for h ii it it in it is crime. Cincinnati july 26.�?mrs. Fred win Kleman died at her Home in this City wednesday from the effects an abortion and was buried saturday. Yesterday her husband was arrested for the crime but was bailed out. Later 85,000. The dead woman was the owner 813,000, which die gave Over to her husband the Day before they were married four months ago. And the charge is made that to obtain absolute use this sum was Winklemann a object in getting rid her. Her death was an awful me. Her Maiden name was Miller and she was the last member the family All the at hers having preceded her to the grave. Winkleman is a druggist inclined to to somewhat fast and is Twenty six years old. Terrific explosion at Tho Pennsylvania steel works. Vilarr Isnino pa., july 27.�?a terrific explosion occurred Early yesterday morning at the Pennsylvania steel works at steel ton by which Frederick Lampkin and John Haas were severely scalded about the face neck and hands and several other employees slightly injured. The explosion was caused by the bursting the Cokl blast pipe connecting furnaces nos. 1 and 2. The report the explosion was heard in this City and residences within several Hundred Yards the scene were badly shaken up breaking window Glass knocking Down stove pipes 3tc. Cranky Ile Liffon. Sharon i�?Ta., july 27.�?the Case Tho Cincinnati woman who created a sensation by proclaiming Herse if to be Jesus Christ is duplicated at Wheatland a Small Village near Sharon by a repossessing Young lady who apart from her strange delusion appears intellectually Brilliant. Arming herself with a club she visited the respective Homes the residents and by threats and exhortations compelled them to temporarily abandon their premises. She gave As a Rea son Tho statement that Tho place was gods ground and their presence w As a desecration. She says the Village is under a curse and finds Many believers. Memorial services sex vice president i Tavis. Bloomington 111., july 27.�?memorial services in commemoration David Davis were held Here sunday. The Church was most handsomely and profusely decorated w Ith Flowers and evergreens. The memorial Sermon was delivered by the Rev. F. S. Brush who reviewed the life and personal traits the deceased. Letters were read from Roscoe Conkling general Logan senator Edmonds Robert t. Lincoln and other Public s Sermon. Third discourse the series a voices gardens and Tim Bible Fertility in symbols gods Observance Little things 11 he. Min doings arranged and watched Over by a Loving father. Rpm. Dewitt Talmage delivered the third his series discourses a voices gardens and Fields at a the Hampton a taking for his subject a the cheap Sparrow a and illustrating i Froin the following text Are not live sparrows sold for two Farthings. And not one them is forgotten before god Al be xll., 6. You see the Bible will not be limited in the Choice symbols. There is hardly a beast Bird insect which has not been called to illustrate some divine truth a the oxus patience the ants Industry the spiders skill the hindus sure footed Ness the eagles Speed the doves gentleness and even the sparrows meanness and insignificance. In Oriental countries none but the poorest people buy the Sparrow and ent it so very Little meat is there Oil the Bones and so very poor is it what there is it. The comfortable population would not think Oto touching it any More than you would think eating a Bat a Lamprey. Now says Jesus if god takes such Good care a poor Bird that is not Worth a cent wont he care for you an immortal we associate god w Ith revolutions. We can see a divine purpose in the discovery America in the invention the Art printing in the exposure the Gunpowder plot in the contrivance the Needle gun in the ruin an austrian Napoleonic despotism but How hard it is to see god in the minute personal affairs our lives. We think god As making a record the starry hosts but can not realize the Bible truth that he knows How Many hairs Are our head. It seems a grand thing that god provided food for hundreds thousands israelite in the desert but we can not appreciate the truth that when a Sparrow is hungry god Stoops Down Ami opens its Mouth and puts the seed in. We Are struck with the idea that god fills the universe with his presence but can not understand How he encamp in the Crystal Palace a Dewdrop finds room to stand without being crowded Between the Alabaster pillars a Pond Lily. Can we see god in these Flowers at our feet we Are Apt to place god some great stage a to try to do it expecting him there to act out his stupendous projects but we forget that the life a Cromwell an Alexander Ora Washington an archangel is not More under divine inspection than your life mine. Pompey thought there must be a Mist Over the Eves god because he so much favored Cmar. But Tii re is no such Mist. He sees everything. We say gods path is in the great Waters. True enough but no More certainly than that he is in the water in the Glass the table. We say god guides the stars in their courses. Magnificent truth but no More certain truth than that he decides which Road Street you shall take in coming to Church. Understand that god does not sit upon an indifferent unsympathetic throne but that he sits Down beside it you to Day and stands beside me to Day and no affair our lives is so insignificant but that it is importance to god. In the first place god chooses for us our occupation. I am amazed to see How Many people there Are dissatisfied with the work they have to do. I think three your res wish they were in some other occupation and they spend a great Deal time regretting that they got in the wrong Trade profession. I want to Tell you that god put into operation All the influences which led you to that particular Choice. Many you Are not in the business that you expected to be in. You started for the ministry and Learned merchandise you started for the Law and you Are a physician you preferred agriculture and you became a Mechanic. You thought one Way go 1 thought another. But you ought not to sit Down and mourn Over the past. You Are to remember that god a Beneficent god a kind god a Loving god arranged All the circumstances by which you were made what you Are. Hugh Miller says �?o1 will be a Stone god says a you will be a David goes out to tend his fathers Sneep god Calls him to govern a nation. Saul goes out to Hunt his fathers asses and before he gets Back finds the Crown a mighty Dominion. How much happier would we be if we were Content with the places god gave us god saw your temperament and All the circumstances by which you were surrounded and i believe u be tenths you Are in Tho work you Are Best fitted i hear great Racket in my watch and i find that the hands and the wheels and the Springs Are getting out their places. I Send it Down to the jewelery a and say a overhaul that watch and teach the wheels and the Springs and the hands to mind their own you know a Man having a Large estate. He gathers his working hands in the morning and says to one a you go and trim that Vine a to another a you go and Weed those Flowers a to another a you plow that Tough Glebe a and each one goes to his particular work Ilia owner the e Tate Points the Man to what he knows be can do Best and so it is with the lord. To Calls us up and Points us to that Field for which we Are 1 est fitted. So that the lesson for to Day coming from this subject is a stay cheerfully where god puts y .�?� 1 remark further that god has arranged the place our dwelling. What particular City town str it House you shall live in seems to be a matter Accident. You go out to Hunt for a House and you happen to pass up a certain Street and happen to see a sign and you see t that House. Was it All happening so no god guided you in every step. He foresaw the future. He knew All your circumstances and he selected just that one House As better for you than any one the 10,000 habitations the City. Our House however Humble the roof and however lowly the portals is As near gods heart As an Alhambra a Kremlin. Prove it you say. Proverbs iii., 33 he bless eth the habitation the just. I remark further that god arranges All our friendships. You were driven to the Wall. You found a Man just at that crisis who sympathized with you and helped you. You say a How Lucky 1 was a there was no Luck Ai out it. God sent that Friend just As certain As he sent the Angel to strengthen Christ. Your Domestic friends your Husin Ess friends your Christian friends god sent them to bless you and if any them have proved traitorous it is Only to bring out the value these who remain. If some die it is Only that they May stand at the outpost heaven to Greet yet. U at your coming. You always will have friends warmhearted friends magnanimous friends and when sickness comes to your dwelling there will be watchers when trouble conies to your heart there will be sympathizers when death comes there will be gentle fingers to close the eve and fold the hands and gentle lips to Tell a resurrection. Of we Are compassed by a body guard friends every Man. If he behaved himself Well is surrounded by three circles frien is those the outer Circle wishing him Well those in the next Circle willing to help him while close up to heart Are a Lew who would die for him. God pity the wretch who has not any friends he has not behaved Well. I remark again that god puts Down the limit to our temporal Prosperity. The world finance seems to have no god in it. You can not Tell where a Man will land. The affluent fall the poor Rise. The ingenious Fai the ignorant succeed. An Enterprise opening grandly shuts in bankruptcy while our the peat dug up from some new England Marsh the millionaire builds his Fortune. The poor Man thinks it is Chance that keeps him Down the Rich Man thinks it is Chance which holds him up and they Are both wrong. It is so hard to realize that god rules the Money Market and has a Book in the nose the Stock Gambler and that All the commercial revolutions the world shall result in the very Best for gods dear children. My Brethren do not kick against the divine allotments. God knows just How much Money it is Best for you to lose. You never gain unless it is Best for you to gain. You go up when it is Best Ter you to go up and go Down when it i a t for you to go Down. Prove it you say. I win estonians vil., i0 All things work together for Good to thet that love god. You go into a factory and you Seetweng to thirty wheels and they Are going in different directions. This hand is rolling this Way and another hand another Way one Down and another up. You say a what confusion in a factory to no All these different hands Are Only different parts the machinery. So i go Intoy life and see strange things. Here is one Providence pulling you one Way and another in another Way. But these Are different parts one machinery by which he will Advance your everlasting and present Well being. Now you know that a second mortgage and a third and fourth mortgage is often Worth nothing. It is the first mortgage that is a Good investment. I have to Tell you that every Christian Man has a first mortgage every trial and every disaster and it must make a payment eternal advantage to his soul. How Many worry meets it would take out your heart Ifyu believed that fully. You but goods and Hope the Price will go up but you Are in a fret and a frown for fear Tho Price will go Down. You do not buy the goods using your Best discretion in the matter and then say a to lord i have done the Best i could i commit this whole transaction into thy that is what religion is Good for it is Good for nothing. There Are two things says old proverb you out not to fret about first things that you can help and second things which you can not help. If you can help them Why Doyz not apply the remedy if you can not help them you might As Well Sun Ender first As last. My dear Brethren do not sit any longer moping about your Ledger. Do not sit looking so responding upon your Stock unsaleable goods. Doyz think that god is going to allow you a Christian Man to do business alone god is the controlling partner in every firm and although your debtors May abscond although your securities May fail although your store May Burn god will out an Infinity results choose Foryt the very Best results. Do not have any idea that you can overstep he limit that god has Laid Down for your Prosperity. You will never get one Inch beyond it. God has decided How much Prosperity you can sound honorable and employ usefully and control righteously and at the end 1886 you will have just so Many dollars and cents just so much wardrobe just so much furniture just so Many Bonds and mortgages and nothing More. 1 will give you $160 for every Penny beyond that. God has looked Over your life. He knows what is Best for you and he is going to bless you in time and bless you for eternity i and he will do it in the Best Way. Your Little child says a papa i wish you would let me have that a no a you say a it is a Sharp knife and you will Cut lie says a i must have a but you can not have it a you reply. He gets angry and red in the face and says he will have it but you say he shall not have it. Are you not kind in keeping it from him so god treats his children. I say a i wish heavenly father to get god says a no my i say a i must have god says a you can not have i get angry and say �?o1 will have god says a you shall not have it a and i do not get it. Is he not kind and Loving and the Best fathers do you Tell me there is no Rule and regulation in these things Tell that to the men who believe in no god and no Bible. Tell it not to me. A Man Large business concludes to go out his store leaving much his investments in the business and he says to his sons a now i am going to leave this business Inyo our hands. Perhaps i May come Back in a Little while and perhaps not. While i am gone you will please to look after after awhile the father comes Back and finds every thing at Loose ends and the whole business seems to be going wrong he says a i am going to take Possession this business you know i never fully surrendered it and henceforth consider yourselves is he not right in doing it he saves the business. The lord seems to let us go in life guided by our own skill and we make miserable work it. God comes Down to our shop our store and says a things Are going wrong i come to take charge. I am master and i know what is Best and i proclaim Iny we Are merely subordinates. It is like a boy at school with a Long sum that he can not do. He has been working at it for hours making figures Here and rubbing out figures there and it is All mixed up and the teacher looking Over the boys shoulder knows that he can not get out it and cleaning the slate says a begin just so god does to us. Our affairs get into an inextricable entanglement and he rubs everything out and says a begin again a is he not Wise and Loving in so doing 1 think the trouble is that there is so Large a difference Between Tho divine and the human estimate As to what is enough. I have heard people striving for that which is enough but i never heard any one who had enough. What god Calls enough for Man Man Calls too Little. What Man Calls enough god says is too much. The difference Between a poor Man and a Rich Man is Only the difference in Banks. The i Ltd Man puts his Money in the Nassau Bank the Park Bank Fulton Bank some other Bank that character while the poor Man comes up and makes his investments in the Bank him who runs All the quarries All the mines All the Gold All the Earth All heaven. Do you think a Man can fail when he is backed up like that i want to bring this truth close up to the heart those people in this audience who have to calculate rigid Economy who Are perplexed How they will make the old garment hold out a Little longer with whom the great question is not which is the bust investment the most lucrative Security but How shall i make the two ends meet to such people i bring the condolence this Christian truth. You May have seen a map which is described with red Ink the travels the children Israel through Tho desert to the promised land. You see How they took this and that direction crossed the River and went through the sea. Do you know god has made a map your life with paths leading up to this bitterness and that Success through this River and across that sea but blessed be god Tho path always comes out at the promised land. Mark that Mark that i remark again that All those things that seem but accidents in our life Are under the divine supervision. We sometimes seen to be going helpless and anchoress. You say a if i had some other Trade if i had not gone there this summer if i had lived in some other you have no right to say that. Every tear you wept every step you have taken every Burden you have carried is under divine inspection and that event which startled your whole household with horror god met with perfect placidly because he knew it was for your Good. It was part a great plan projected Long ago. In eternity when you come to reckon up your mercies you will Point to that affliction As one your greatest blessings. God has a strange Way with us. Joseph found his Way to the prime ministers chair by being pushed into a pit and to Many a Christian Down is up. The wheat must be flailed the Quarry must be blasted the Diamond must be ground the Christian must be afflicted and to it single event which you supposed stood entirely alone was a connecting link Between two great chains one Chain reaching through All eternity future so Small an event fastening two eternities together. A missionary coming from India to the United states stopped at St. Helena while the vessel was taking water. He had his Little child with him. They walked along by a embankment and a Rock at that moment became loosened and falling instantly killed the child. Was it an Accident was it a Surprise to god had he allowed his servant after a life con cration to come to such a trial not such is my god. There Are no accidents in the divine mind though they May seen so to us. God is Good and by every single incident our life whether it be Adverse otherwise before Earth and heaven god will demonstrate his mercy. I hear a Man say a that idea belittles god. You bring him Down to such Little i have a More thorough appreciation god in Little things than i have in great things. The Mother does not wait until the child has mashed its foot broken its Arm before she administers sympathy. The child comes in with the least Bruise and the Mother kisses it. God does not wait for some tremendous crisis in our life but comes Down to us in our most insignificant trials and throws Over us the Arm his mercy. Going up the White mountains Somo years ago i thought that passage in the Bible that Speaks god As weighing mountains in a balance. As i looked at those great mountains i thought can it be possible that god can put these great mountains in Scales it was an idea too great for me to grasp but when i saw a Blue Bell Down by the mules foot my Way up mount Washington then i understood the kindness and goodness god. It is not so much god in great things i can understand but god in Little things. There is a Man who says a that doctrine can not be True because things do go so very i reply it is no inconsistency the part god but a Lack understanding our part. I hear that men Are making very Fine shawls in Somo factory. I go in the first floor and sea Only the raw materials and i ask a Para these the shawls that i have heard about a a no a says the manufacturer a go up to the next floor and i go up and thera i begin to see the design. But the Man say a Zih not Stop Here go up to the top floor the factory and you will see the idea fully carried i do so and having come to the top sea the Complete pattern an exquisite shawl. So in our life standing Down a Low Lovel Christian experience we do not understand gods dealings. He tells us to go up higher and higher until to begin to understand the divine meaning with resp to us and we Advance until we Are at the very Gate heaven and there see gods idea All wrought out a perfect idea mercy love kindness. And we say a just and True Are All thy it is All right at the Bottom. Remember there is no inconsistency the part god but if is Only our mental and spirit Ual incapacity. Some y have been disappointed Thi summer vacations Are Apt to be disappointments but whatever have been your perplexities and worry meets know that Many a heart Devi Seth his Way but the lord direct eth his Steps. Ask these aged men in this Church if it is not so. It has been so in my own life. One summer 1 started for the Adirondack but Iny plans were so changed that i landed in Liverpool. I studied Law and i got into the ministry. 1 resolved to go As a missionary to China and i staid in the United states. I thought i would like to be in the eat and i went to the West a All the circumstances my life All my work different from that which i expected. A Many a heart Devi Seth his Way but the lord direct eth his step.3 so my dear friends this Day take Homo this subject. Be Content with such things As you have. From every grass Blade under your feet learn the lesson divine care and never let the smallest Bird flit across your path without thinking the truth that five sparrows Are sold for two Farthings and not one them id forgotten before god. Blessed to his glorious name forever amen. Crazy billiard its. _ i a pitiable game Between Joseph Diou and Bartley Campbell. In. Special a party friends the demented Billi Ardist Joseph Dion went to Tho Bloomingdale Asylum to see him. They found him in the billiard room that institution at play with Bartley Campbell the insane dramatist. These two patients Are doomed to die progressive soften. Ing the brain and alike their chief symptom physically is Paresis an inability to control their motions. For instance neither can now legibly write his name. Thus hindered their billiard play was necessarily erratic. A match was proposed and the irrational contestants at once Becan. Each was perfectly confident and their wild talk often branching to utterly foreign subjects was a steady accompaniment their shots. In health Campbell had been a reasonably Good player but now his efforts were More awkward Aud futile than those a beginner. Curious interest entered in the game the once expert Dion. It was strangely uneven. Once m awhile several successive shots were positively Brilliant and especially was this so when the position the balls striking mind at a glance was instantly comprehended and and acted upon. In he delayed at All in deciding what carrots to undertake his mind lost All continuity thought and he used his Cue in a dazed ridiculous manner. The same peculiarity was observable in his Lack Complete control nerves and Muscles. If lie made a shot quickly it was Apt to be sure and steady but a delay resulted in utter confusion and failure. All through the strange game Dion maintained the most dignified Demeanour and was seemingly unaware that his play was not As Good As Ever. He fancied part the time that Campbell was some noted Billi Ardist now Vignaux again Daly and so through the whole list champions and once to declared that the match was for the Possession the Asylum which he believed to be a Royal Palace in Spain. He is not expected to live More than a year. Campbell s time is thought to be still Shorter. A a. A grand Effort. Webster fourth july oration delivered to dirty Kive year ago. Youths companion thirty five years ago Daniel Webster then Secretary state delivered the last four a july addresses. It was at the City Washington the occasion president file Nore slaying the Cornerstone the Capitol Extension in the presence a great multitude people. Or. Webster loved to get up soon after Dawn and Salute the rising Sun. He was fond the Early morning. When he was at his country Home in Marshfield to would burst into the room a sleeping Friend an l cry out a awake sluggard and look upon this glorious scene the sky and Ocean Are enveloped in flames a so when he began this speech he broke naturally into morning salutation a Kellow citizens i Greet you Well. I give you Joy the return this anniversary Aud i Felicitated you also the More particular purpose which this Ever memorable Day has been chosen to witness the fulfilment. Hail All Hail a i see before and around to a mass faces glowing with cheerfulness and patriotic Pride. I see thousands Oyea turned toward other eyes All sparkling with gratification and Delight. This is the new world this is America this is Washington and this is Tho capital the United states and where Mdse among the nations can the seat government be surrounded any Day the year by those who have More reason to rejoice in Tho blessings they possess nowhere fellow citizens assuredly nowhere let us then meet this rising Sun with Joy Aud thanksgiving a with these glad words . Webster began an oration which was Ruffu Ted with forebodings. The dread disunion was in his mind Amine spent his strength in advising Charity and moderation in the discussion the subject that divided Tho country into two a sections a More less hostile. At the close his address full weighty fact and eloquent pleading he sounded again the Joyful and triumphant note which he had touched at first a fellow citizens take courage be it Good cheer we Small come to no such ignoble end. We shall live and not die during tiie period allotted to our several lives we shall continue to rejoice in the return this anniversary in even so. Cool As a Cucumber. Washington letter judge Durban the first comptroller the Treasury was married the other Day. He was at his Creek busily at work when one the lady dorks entered. Bhe was surprised to see him. A Why judge a she exclaimed a there you Are at work your wedding Day. I hear that you Are to be married at half past three and Here it in half past the comptroller looked up and said in a very unconcerned manner a yes i am to be married in a Houy 1 can finish this work in thirty minutes and that will leave me just thirty minute to dress and get to the House. You cafe rest assured that i will be there. To kit ceif Arnony Caus to go without

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