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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio To ekes i Delphi is. A Tinkl tiooltf., proper. New run a Delphi a Iii. Yale College has Over Throe Hundred freshmen and a number that Are daily getting the summer resorts have All closed and the tired guests have Ohie Home to enjoy a Little rest an a solid Comfort. Senator fair talks buying the lick House at san Francisco for $1,250000. That would be a fair Price. Thomas a. Edison the inventor a says that the germs yellow fever can be destroyed by the use gasoline and caustic soda. The manufacturer a rough rats has failed and is offering five cents the Dollar m settlement. That is a rough creditors a e. Gay Louisiana is the richest Southern member Congress. To made his Money As a sugar planter and is Sui to to Worth $10,000,000. A foreign gentleman giving his Tiame As Waddle Letz a Shanetzky tried to kill himself at Boston. The reporters Aro sorry he did no to do it in the old country. Felix Campbell is the Only plumber in either House Congress Llis chock is said to be Good for $500,000�? Tho sum which plumbers usually retire from business. Barth an Early traveler relates that he a caused a crowd Savages to Llee in terror by playing an accordion. A human nature seems to be the same the world Over. Castles Are evidently not in great demand nov a Davs. Devizes Castle one Tho most unique in England representing an out a nearly �100,-000, was recently sold for �8,000. Krstick Bartlett Tho new York supreme court will never be elected to office by the women. He has ruled that a husband has an indisputable right to say who shall and who shall not enter his House. It is said that mrs. Paran Stevens was recently robbed in Europe $100,-ooo Worth jewels. The Chicago journal wonders if the Story is genuine if it is Only a sort matrimonial bait for a Duke. Insurance companies have dec Arod the Missouri River no longer Safe for navigation account the abundance pranks that infest its Channel and will take no further risks upon boat it that ply Between its Banks. Several seasons ago Georgia produced a Largo crop magnetic girls but none them As rapid in movement and lightning changes As the Man do in there who was married to a girl one Day recently and eloped the next with an old sweetheart. The first Large steel steamship built in this country for the merchant service was launched Tho other Day from the ship Yard William cramp amp sons at Philadelphia. She is named Tho Iroquois and has been constructed for the Clyde steamship company. Governor Morehouse Missouri has appointed Samuel Levi associate Justice Tho county court Batts county vice i. Bos Worth deceased the appointee is a hebrew and is the Only one his race Ever appointed to a position any kind by a governor Missouri. Or. Oliver Wendell Holmes was seventy nine years old recently. Once upon a time he wrote a at thirty we Are trying to Cut our names in big letters upon the Walls this tenement life Twenty years later to have carved it shut up our Jack knives. Then we Are ready to help others and care less to hinder any because nobody s elbows Are in our in a Case involving the attempt a loser in a Grain speculation to repudiate his orders judge Oliver Wendell i Holmes jr., Tho supremo court Suffolk county mass., has decided that the reselling property before the Day delivery contracted by Tho original purchaser is not prohibited by Law and that the speculation was a legitimate transaction. Senator Hoar has been notified by Tho state department Massachusetts that a discrepancy exists in the statute governing the electoral College that Tho Law passed in 1887 changed Tho Timo meeting the College from Tho first monday in december to Tho second monday in january but that the Section compelling Tho messengers to deliver their copies the vote to the president the Senate before the first wednesday in january was not stricken out nor a new Date fixed. One Day recently a tramp went to. The House Sylvester Mcguigan near level my. The family were All away from Home exception a Little girl about thirteen years age. The tramp in an insolent manner demanded Money. The Little girl stepped into another room As if to get it. But returned instead with a double barrelled gun in her hand. Presenting Tho weapon at the tramp she ordered him to leave which he did at double Quick Pace. The Little lady has been highly commended for her courage and presence mind. A Man in Trenton n. J., was recently drowned in a Beer Glass. To had Boon drinking hard and was Well under alcoholic influence when to entered a Saloon and ordered a Glass Beer which was brought him. Lie sat Down at the table and fell into a stupor his Bead dropping Forward into the Glass a before him. When Tho barkeeper tried to arouse him half an hour later. It was found that he was dead his nose being immersed in the liquor in such a Way that respiration was completely stopped. This is the first instance the kind record. The Quot Odessa Haz tie reports the Dis covery the remains an ancient town the right Bank the Volga. These remains Are traceable Over an area about two Miles Long by three quarters a mile in Width. The place has been visited by a deputation from the commission archives. A Quantity arabian persian and tartar coins has been found there besides a multitude other objects which boar witness to the cultivated state Tho in a. Habitats. There were remains Marble blocks water courses and other suggestive relics. Alexander Campbell founder the religious sect known As christians disciples Christ was born in county Antrim Ireland september 12, 1788. On a recent sunday Many his followers in Tho United states held memorial services. The disciples today stand fifth in numerical strength among the religious Bofiles in the United states. They have about 6,500 churches and not less than 00,000 members. Their annual increase is about 50,000. They have five universities and Nineteen colleges besides Lii Mph ools and seminaries. The news condensed. Important intelligence from ail parts. Fiftieth Congress. Tuesday oct. 2.�?the Bill to Aid the yellow fever sufferer w�9 passed in the Senate a Resolution was adopted authorizing . Half s committee Cvil-8erv-Iee he Ostli to continue its sessions during Obj recess. A Resolution was introduced requesting the president to negotiate treaties with the governments England and Mexico for the exclusion chinese labourers from the North american continent and for the prevention their Entrance into the United states. In the Alouso the Senate Bill allowing persons who Havo abandoned relinquished their Homestead entries to make Ethor entries was passed. Wednesday oct. 6.�?a Bill was introduced in the Senate providing that the certificates and list3 votes for president and vice president shall to forwarded to the Senate after the second monday in january which Tho electors shall give their votes. Senator Allison la reported a substitute for Tho Mills Tariff Bill which m As placed the Calendar and ordered to be printed. To Auno Unsod that he would Call up the Bill for consideration the 8th. Senator Sherman in speaking the Bill Jaid it contained a positive unquestionable reduction revenues to the extent $73,088,000 that it enlarged Tho free list by adding to it certain articles which could not be produced in this country and that there was not a single item in the Bill which discriminated Between sections the country. In speak no the charge that government officials had been called upon for Campaign contributions senator Hawley Conn said that if it was True that . Cleveland had sent $10,000 to a Polit Cul committee he had committed a crime punishable by Fine by imprisonment both. In the House no business importance was transacted. Thursday oct 4�?in the Senate the b 11 rotating to Tho classification pot offices and adjusting postmasters s. 1 Aries was taken up and passe 1. The maj Rity arid minority reports the Tariff Bill were submitted and ordered Pentol. Adjourned to the 8th. In the ii use Tho time was occupied in discussing Tho conference report the deficiency b 11. And Tho report was rejected. . Oct. Fat a the Senate was not in ses it iou. In Tho House a committee was appointed to investigate the work done Tho Washington Aqueduct Tunnel Tho Bill appropriating fl85,250 for completing Tho improvement and a edging Tho St Clair hats ship canal was reported. At Tho evening Sass Twenty seven private pension Bdl were passed. Adjourned to the 8th. From Washington. There were 7,550 business failures in the United it Tes during the nine months ended september 30 lat with liabilities Over $90,000 000, As against 6,8-70 failures and $128, of000 liabilities in the same per li87. There were 211 business failures in the in Ted states during the seven Day ended n Tho 5th, against 220 the previous seven Days. The exchanges at Twenty six be Ding Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended the 6 h aggregated 1,269,657,695, against 979.635,175 the previous week. As compared Tho corresponding week 1687 the increase am it United to 18.9 per cent. In his report the 6th Tho commissioner the general land office says that during the past i Cal year s 650,194 acres land wore conveyed patented from the government. Of the Baltimore amp Ohio Road trains col lid a the 6th near Washington and Throe men were killed and five others were badly injured. Th2 East. Congressional nominations were made the 2d As follows c Nncy Picut fourth District. Edward w. Seymour dem i. Massachusetts fourth District to Eph h. Of Neill dem seventh general w. Cogswell ilex renominated. New Jer Frey second District i Yauncey m. Beasley dem. New York if tooth District Henry Bacon dem renominated. Pennsylvania. Twenty first District h. L. Donnelly dem Twenty seventh Rev. William a. Rankin dem. The new York Clearing House exchanges for the year ended october 1, 1>88, amounted to i30.663.680,609.21 balances same time f1,570 198 527 total transactions $32,433,-885,136.99 total transactions since Organ nation thirty five years$881,135,273,-2-10 16. Snow fell the 3d in the Mohawk Valley new York state. At the Philadelphia Baptist association meeting the 3d it was announced that Robert j. Burdette the humorist had been licensed to preach by the Church at lower Marion a. The fifteenth annual meeting the National woman a Christian Temperance Union will to held in the metropolitan opera House new York City from october 19 to 23 inclusive. Miss Frances e. Willard president the society will deliver the annual address and other prominent Temperance workers will speak. Congressional nominations were made the 3d As Rodney Wallace by eleventh Massachusetts District republicans m. E. Atkinson by eighteenth Pennsylvania District republicans. On the 3d Hon. George Bancroft the historian. Celebrated his eighty eighth birthday at his Home in new Ort r. The legislature Vermont convened the 4th at Montpelier. The following nominations for Congress were made the 4th Massachusetts third District j. F. Andrews dem Pennsylvania. Twenty fifth District Norman Hall dem new York fifteenth District m. D. Trivers item. Kook Ltd n. A advices Tho 4th state that mrs. Elizabeth Tilton was becoming band. She was living with her Mother mrs. Morse in that City. Askam 8. Hewitt was Roo Minato for mayor at a citizens meeting in new York the 4 h. Philip Pale Doni. An italian who murdered his brother t in evening june 22, 1887, was hanged the 5tli at Bridgeport Conn. Sheriff Huon j Grant was nominated for mayor new York the 5th by Tarn Many Hall in opposition to mayor Hewitt Tho 5th a Long distance Telephone communication was suedes fully accomplished Between Portland me., and Philadelphia via Boston Providence and new York. Of the 5th the disappearance w. H. Inghran from new York brought to Light a speculative swindling Scheule his by which the. Usan Sof people had been robbed in the aggregate $100,000 democrats made Tho following congressional nominations Tho 5th Ettsel nent i District William Skinner Pennsylvania nineteenth District Levi Maish. Renom rated. Fix the 6th the county democracy nominated Abram s. Hewitt for mayor new York. Tun polish Catholic Church Corner Stone at Reading up s bed Tho 7th. And during the ceremony the floor which two thousand men women and children were standing gave Way precipitating several Hundred persons to the b sement a distance fifteen feet. Ninety persons were severely injured ten probably fatally. West and South. While i toxic aed tue2d Jacob k for committed suicide by hanging at fort Webe ind. He was a wealthy Bachelor and no cause could be assigned. On the 3d Gold Leaf beat the worlds one mile pacing record for three year Olds the Napa Cal track making 2 15. The doors the banking House Bank Liu amp Austen Trenton the oldest Bank in Northern Missouri were closed the 31, owing to the Lailure Tho traders Bank Chicago. There was intense exe tement again the Chicago Board Trade the 3d, december wheat reaching >1.18. The Virginia state exposition opened at Richmond the 3d with Twenty thousand visitors. Of the 3d the american Bakers Assoofi at met in annual session at Cincinnati. Governor Gordon and other dem Erat in state officials Georgia were re elected the 3d without opposition. On the 3d counterfeit foreign Cigar Stamps were discovered in Chicago and counter Iet Bills were also be no circulated. Tar executive committee the american part the 3d selected p. D. Wiggin ton California to fill the vacancy occasioned by judge Greer a de ligation the vice presidential nomination. Highwaymen stopped the stage coach running to Casa Grande from Florence a t., at dry Lake the 3d and stole the Wells Fargo treasure Box. At St. Louis the National association Railroad freight agents was organized the 3d, and l. W. Crawford was elected president. Of the 4th mrs. Mary l. Garrett was Sente cod at Medina o., to hang january 24. 1839, for murdering two imbecile stepdaughters. A Columbus o., the american beekeepers 011 the 4th elected a. B. Mason Avondale o., us president their society. In the Iowa woman a Christian Temperance Union Convent the 4th at Des Moines mrs. Ellen Foster was re elected president. A Canoe capsized the 4th in Tho Wicomico River near mount Vernon md., and mrs. Temmerman Dorchester county and three children were drowned. Candidates were nominated As follows Tor Congress the4th Wisconsin first District j. B. Doe . Rep Iowa third District. B. B. Richard dem Tennessee tenth District. L. B. Eaton rep North Carolina birth District c. P. Locky rep Louisiana second District b. Elliott dem. Destitution was the 4th said to prevail among the res dents Ramsey county d. T., owing to the destruction crops by frosts and appeals for Aid were made. A fire destroyed j. B. Quinn a dry goods House at Little Rock ark., Tho 4th. The loss 011 Stock and building was $150,000, and Tho insurance about $100.0x1. Charles Morton St. Louis was elected president Tho american Bankers association at its meeting at Cincinnati the 4th. The death at Pitts Point ivy., mrs. Sarah Crutcher widow James Crutcher a revolutionary Soldier was announced 011 the 4th. She was eighty eight years old and had drawn a pension since 1853. The Drivers conductors and gripman the North Chicago Street Railroad company struck 011 the 5th for Shorter hours and increased pay. The Semi annual mormon conference open i at Salt Lake Tho 5th, apostle Lorenzo Snow presiding. In All their speeches the apostles and elders insisted upon polygamy. A explosion accumulated Gas occurred the 5th in Tho new water works Tunnel at Cleveland o., and five men were horribly burned and were taken out in a dying condition. Advices the 5th say that there would Only be one half a rce crop in South Carolina this season. John Dietrich shot and killed himself the 5th in Cincinnati because two Young women whom he h d asked to marry him had each refused him. At Boston col., a Man named Hickman shot and killed j. P Booth 011 Tho 5t 1 in a quarrel Over a woman mud was lynched an hour afterwards. Ignatius Donnelly withdrew attic 5t,h As a candidate for governor the Minnesota labor party. Foa the week end Oil the 6th, Tho percentage the b Seball clubs in Tho National league was As follows new york50 Chicago. .f72 Detroit .524 Boston .524 Philadelphia .523 Pittsburgh .4 0 Indianapolis .356 Washington .353. American a-Soeiat. St. Louis .690 Brookl n. .624 Philadelphia .606 Cincinnati .601 a timbre .4-6 Cleveland. .401 Louisville .343 Kansas City .324 Western association do Moines .651 Kan Sas City .657 St. Paul .610 Omaha .572 Milwaukee .481 Chicago .857 Sioux City .355 Davenport .295. Of the 6lh John Porter a coloured Man who resided at Howland a station near in ii Anapo is in died at the age one Hundred and seventeen years. Near Geneva neb., Tho House a Farmer n r cheer was destroyed by fire the 6th, and himself wife and five children and a tramp spending the night with them perished in the 11 me. The failure h z Inkerman amp co., cloak manufacturers Chicago occurred the 6th f r 13 . In North Carolina frosts had the 6th Dii Maged the tobacco crop Twenty five per cent the entire crop and the d Mage by Rains to Tho Cotton crop was placed at Twenty per cent three negroes working a Railroad near Norfolk Vul. Were snot dead Tho 6th by Section master Williams whom they attacked. Jim Scott a negro desperado and sex convict Lynchburg ya., the 61i1 shot and probably fatally wounded Tiree men without provocation and escaped to Tho Woods. Of the 6th the Western Kentucky tobacco growers resolved to refrain from planting any tobacco next year. A chapter horrors. Floor a Church at Reading fa., gives Way daring services Anil nearly a Hundred persons seriously injured three lives lost in a railway wreck near washing Toad hundreds filled by floods and storms in China and Japan a seven persons burned to death in Nebraska awful mistake a Hunter. Many badly Hurt. Reading act. $ a the ceremony laying the Corner Stone the new St. Mary a polish Catholic Church in this City had just been completed sunday afternoon and the officiating priest father Lei Beczki was delivering Tho final address when at a Quarter to 4 cock the floor in front him fell with a crash and about 200 men women and children were dropped fifteen feet into the basement. Upon the struggling wounded people fell the wreckage joists and planks and a Section a newly built Brick Wall about Twenty feet Square. Archbishop Ryan Philadelphia who stood in safety a Short distance from the fallen floor looked Down upon the scene. Mayor Kenny Reading went Down with the unfortunates and was one the first to be taken out with a slightly injured leg. Women and children screamed with pain fright. Borne them wore ruthlessly trampled under foot by men who made haste to fro the president talks. Foreign intelligence. Or. Parnell 011 the 2d discovered Tho forger the letters attributed to him and published in the London times. Attorney general Conoley Nova Scotia in an interview 011 the 2d at Ottawa ont., predicted that Canada would be annexed to the United states in less than five years. President Carnot the 2d, owing to the increased immigration into France signed a decree regulating the residence foreigners who had settled were about to Settle in that country. Many lives had the 3d been lost by the prevailing floods along the Valley the Rhone in Switzerland. Moi sic can advices the 3d say that the whole population that District was the Brink starvation owing to the failure the crops and the fisheries. Advices the 4th from London say that extensive floods in the Region Between the Alps and Jura mountains had done much damage to property and rendered Many families homeless. Snow fell the 4th to Tho depth six inches in Western Ontario. Two students being hopelessly embarrassed financially shot themselves dead by Mutual agreement the 5th at Vienna. An India dispatch the 5th states that a primitive expedition British troops into Simla engaged the native Quot with a loss two Hundred to the forces Tho latter and slight loss to the attacking party. The death Tom King the sex Cham Pion pugilist who Defeated Mace in 1862, occurred in London the 5th. Advices the 6th say that a disastrous flood had inundated the province Mouk Den in China. Hundreds natives were killed Many Homes annihilated and crops destroyed Anil there was a Prospect a general famine for the coming Winter. A recent storm at Nek Agori in Japan caused the following damages number houses demolished i half destroyed three thousand vessels totally lost eighty five vessels wrecked five Hundred number persons wounded injured and receiving Public assistance fifty two thousand at Hong Kong cholera was still raging the 6th, and the daily average new patients ranged from forty to fifty most whom died the disease. He submits to an interview and explains a great Many things. A a people Are sometimes curious to know . President How you regard these congressional assaults made you personally a a a in regard to personal assaults Mado upon me by my political opponents i am free to say i Oare Little for them. I know they Are not True and i believe they Are meant to to understood by myself at least in a Pickwick an sense. I confess that the speeches some the senators Surprise me for i look upon the Senate the United states As Tho most dignified body in Tho world and certainly there have been speeches delivered there which do not comport with that dignity. But if they can stand it 1 can. I am a Little amused though sometimes that these very Republican senators who Are the most bitter against to Havo no hesitation in asking very particular favors at my a your pension vetoes Havo been criticised with some asperity a themselves but in Many instances the a i believe in a codification the stronger sought safety for their weaker pension Laws and a Complete readjust companions first and for themselves afterwards. Nearly 1,000 people who were outside the building rushed in to help Tho wounded. Archbishop Ryan assisted in lifting Cut several women and children. A half Doten members the Germania bang were in the struggling mass their Silver instruments being knocked about in a Lively fashion. Two polish women were taken out in a dying condition. Two infants were handed out next. One had bitten off its Tongue. An alarm brought the two City ambulances. They were quickly filled with groaning men and women who had their legs arms backs broken. Neighbouring trades people hitched up their teams filled their wagons with bedding and thus assisted in the removal Tho injured. Private residences wore converted into hospitals Aud in some instances six patients were received in a single House. All the physicians in the City were promptly in attendance and every thing possible was done for Tho Relief the sufferers. Very touching scenes were witnessed among the thousands who had rushed to the Church 111 search friends and relatives. Archbishop Ryan and the accompanying priests were about the coolest persons in the immense audience. They made vain efforts to restore order and went among the people quieting them As much As possible. The archbishop remained at Reading last evening administering Comfort and Consolation wherever possible. Tho list the seriously injured thus number ninety. Several persons Aro missing. Among the injured were ten men from Lancaster who came Here with Tho knights St. John and participated in the Parade prior to the service. At least half a dozen the More severely Hurt Are expected to die. Three killed. Washington oct. 8.�?Tho Cincinnati express bound West collided with an East bound freight train about Midnight saturday near Dickens station f try Miles West Washington 011 the b. Amp Railroad. Three men were killed outright and several others seriously injured. The trains came together without a minutes warning in a deep Cut where there is a curve in the Road and while the express was running perhaps fifty Miles an hour. There was an awful crash and the mail car the baggage and express cars and the two locomotives were piled up in a Heap thirty feet High. The night was pitch dark and it was some time before Tho bewildered people in Tho passenger coaches and sleepers none whom were seriously injured could realize the situation and with the train men Render assistance to the unfortunate men who were buried in the wreck. Finally two men John Wiley Casety postal clerks and John Roden Baugh a brakeman the freight train were taken out dead. Joseph Jeffries Engineer 011 the passenger train l w. Gordon sex Ress messenger s. Jackson every utterance bespoke his perfect Washington Jor. Chicago Herald. Gee at exploits. The Doi Lar a Day Story. Rov. Or. Talmage talks about great things to do. Indianapolis knights labor defy Lien Jayln g right hand Man. E. F. Gould Secretary District Assembly 106, knights labor has transmitted a letter to John c. New in which the writer Calls attention to Tho fact that . New has declared that a any one making affidavit that Harrison said that a Dollar a Day is enough for any Labouring Man would to arrested for he then cites the evidence which has heretofore been submitted but in order that Tho proprietor the journal May have to reason t Doul t that such an affidavit has been mad., he encloses one made by John g. Schwartz and asks . New to make the enclosed the basis Schwartz arrest. Schwartz is a new witness to Harrison a language and his affidavit reads As follows Stato Indiana Marlon county John g Schwartz being duly sworn test ties under Outh that he was employed by the Cleveland. Columbus Cincinnati amp Indianapolis railway to july 167i that he went a strike the Day the strike took place about july is 1877,for an increase in wages that he was pres the three exploits which Are bound to Ivan renown for the doer to Sava a Man to save a woman to save a child. A the three greatest things to do was the subject Rev. Dewitt Talmage a recent Sermon at Tho Brooklyn Tabernacle. His text was Daniel xi., 32 a the people that do know their god shall be Strong and do following is Tho Sermon Antiochus epiphanies the old sinner came Down three times with his army to late for just after i started in business i once got into Tho same scrap. Now if there is any thing i can do to help you out i will gladly do it. Better just put those goods out sight for the present and next Toason we will plan something about them. I will help you to some goods that you can Seil for me commission and i will go Down to one the whole Bale houses and Tell them that i know you and will Back you up and if you want a few dollars to Bridge Over the present i can let you Havo them. Be As economical As you can keep a stiff upper lip and remember you have two friends. God and myself. Good morning a the old merchant goes away and Tho Young Man goes behind his desk and the tears Roll Down his Cheeks it is the first time he has cried. Disaster made him mad at every thing and mad at Man and mad at god. But this kindness melts him and Tho tears seem to j desolate the jews advancing one time with a Hundred and two trained elephants swing relieve his brain and his spirits Rise from ing their trunks this Way and that and ton degrees below Zero to eighty degrees in for the favored few. Sixty two thousand infantry and six thousand cavalry troops and they were driven Back. Then the second time to advanced with seventy thousand armed men and had been again Defeated. But the third time he Laid successful siege until the Navy Rome came in with the Flash their Long Banks oars and demanded that the siege be lifted. And Antiochus epiphanies said he wanted time to consult with his friends about it and Poplius 0110 the roman ambassadors took a staff and made a Circle the Shade and to conies out the crisis. And about Throe years after this Young merchant goes into the old merchants store and says a Well my old Friend i was this morning thinking Over what you did for me three years ago. You helped me out an awful crisis in my commercial history. 1 Learned Wisdom Aud Prosperity has come and the pallor has gone out my wife s Cheeks and the roses that were there when i you Rod her in her fathers House have bloomed again an i my business a those trusts Are the natural offspring a Market artificially restricted Grover , letter acceptance. And a. Cook postal clerks and j. B. Virts the freight train fireman were badly injured. Cruel flames. Lincoln neb., oct. 8�?a special to the state journal says that a family named Richter Farmer living Between Geneva and Ohiowa consisting the husband and wife and five children wore burned to death with the exception the husband who was so seriously burned thut he will probably die at their Home saturday night. A tramp who was spending the night with them was also burned to death. Tho origin the fire is unknown but the supposition is that it is another tribute at whisky a shrine. The tramp had been around the neighbourhood for some Timo and that Day was drunk. Or. Richter had also been drinking and it is supposed that the Farmer May have gone ment their inequalities. They absolutely need it and if congressmen and John j would address themselves to that they would do Tho soldiers More Good than in the passage private pension Bills. These operate As a general thing unfairly and unequally. That is to say some person with congressional influence succeeds in getting a pension when there Aro Many others in precisely Tho same Case who fail because they Havo 110 such influence. Now there should be a general Law under which All could come in whether they had influence not i have signed More pension Bills than All my predecessors put together and those i have vetoed were Bills that never should have been passed. I am willing to stand before the people the reasons 1 have Given for my vetoes. It seems like a Small matter to deprive some poor person twelve dollars a month from the Public Treasury but Why should any person not to sleep while smoking and the fire thus. ,. Originated. It was not discovered until entitled to it Hae later a storm the 30th August at Naks. Zori in Japan destroyed 3,000 Housos and wrecked 500 vessels. The number persons found injured exceeds 52.000. Mrs. Chloe Langford Mother in Law sex governor Marshall died at St. Paul minn., the 8th, aged ninety five years. She was born in new York and Well remembered when the nation was in mourning for general Washngton. Jamest. Clark amp co., Carriage manufacturers Racine wis., failed the 8th. The liabilities Are about $200,000 Twenty thousand dollars is now stated to be the amount Money taken from the Stafford Mills fall River mass., by e. A. Bosworth the defaulting treasurer. Stern die Stern Diamond brokers new York have missed several thousand dollars Worth diamonds and suspected j. P. Miller one their clerks As Tho cause their disappearance. Search warrants were procured and $14 000 Worth found in pawnshops. Miller has disappeared. At a Point two Miles East Washington ind., the night the 7th a freight Tram the Ohio amp Mississippi railway struck a cow ditching the engine and causing a bad wreck. The Engineer was killed. Over 21,000.000 bushels wheat changed hand the new York produce Exchange last week this amount being four times the Quantity the visible Supply in the United states. William Lahey escaped from Tho Auburn n. A prison the 8th by digging through four feet solid masonry composing the roof his cell Aud then sawing through the roof proper. The escape is one the most laborious and difficult Ever accomplished in Auburn prison. The Senate the 8th passed the Bouse Junt Resolution for an inquiry into the contracts and work the Washington Aqueduct. Or. offered a rest Ion. Which went Over Catling the president for information the trial for treason and execute in Canada in 1866, Louis Kiel who claimed to have been a naturalized citizen the United states. The Senate then proceeded to the consideration to e Tariff Bill the Reading in full being dispensed with and the Senate substitute be no ordered to be first considered. Or. Allison took the Leor and entered into a Long explanation the finance committee s substitute stating in conclusion that the Senate Bill was a distinct measure Protection to american industries while the House Bill was a Long step in the direction what was known As free Trade. Or. Vance. A member the minority the finance committee spoke in opposition to the Senate substitute which he argued was framed in the interest the favored classes. At the conclusion . Vance s remarks the b p. Went Over and after a Brief executive session. The Senate adjourned the House passed the Senate Bills providing for the disposal the fort Wallace military reservation in Kansas and for the warehousing fruit Brandy. Among the Bills introduced and referred was one by . Dougherty Florida appropriating Kkt 00 to suppress infection in the United states. Or. Wheeler Alabama addressed the House the Tariff question declaring that the Senate Bill was in the interest monopolies and prejudicial to the agricultural interest the country adjourned. The House with its inmates and entire contents was entirely consumed. Hundreds slain. San Francisco oct. 8.�?China advices say that a disastrous flood has Ainuu dated the province Mukden about 350 Miles Northeast Pekin. Hundreds natives were killed Many Homes annihilated and crops destroyed and there is a Prospect a general famine for the coming Winter. Cholera is still raging in Hong Kong and the daily average now patients ranges from forty to fifty most whom die the disease. A storm at Nek Agori in Japan August 30, caused following damages number houses demolished half destroyed. 3,000 vessels totally lost 85 vessels wrecked 500 number persons wounded injured and receiving Public assistance 52 00. A Hunters mistake. Pekin 111., oct. 8 a mat Betchard with his wife and others this City were 111 the Woods Nutting sunday. Fred Kessler and Mark Dorsey were Hunting squirrels there. The latter shot at one and shot Betchard instead who was up in a tree unknown to Dorsey. Betchard Criel out a a in a shot a and fell from Tho tree dead. A in memory a Brave girl. Louisville ky., oct. 8.�?a Monument to the memory Jennie Bowman the girl who was murdered by Albert Turner and William Pat Orson both coloured in april 1sn7, was in varied Here saturday. Miss Bowman was a Domestic and was attacked by the negroes in an attempt to Rob her employers House situated in a fashionable Aud densely populated part Tho City. _ _ Slony City scorn in Aiace closed. Sioux City la., oct. 8.�?the Corn Palace fest Val closed saturday evening after a successful run two weeks during which a Large number strangers v fixed Tho City. There will be another com Palace next year. Cotton and tobacco badly damaged. Raleigh. N. C., oct. 8.�?full information for it in Alt the tobacco growing sections this state make it apparent that the damage done by the recent Frost is fully 25 per cent the whole tobacco crop. The damage to Cotton by excessive Rains and frosts seems to be about 20 per cent the crop. Ent at Tho conference mooting where Benjamin Harrison Albert g. Porter and other prominent citizens spoke with reference to the 9tnke that to heard Harrison say that they the strikers were Law Breakers and As such were not entitled to any sympathy whatever from Tho Public that the said Harrison now a presidential Cand Date further said that the men ought to return to their work that the railroads could not afford to pay higher wages that the wages were enough and that e Dollar per Day is enough for any working Man that he himself could live that amount and that Benjamin further said thut if the men Dij not return to work Tho militia should be brought into service and the men forced to return to work. John g. Schwartz. Sui scribe i and sworn to before to this 26th Day september 1888. Joseph Fanning notary Public. Schwartz is perfectly willing to to arrested at the instigation new and the affidavit was made Lor Tho express purpose seeing if new was in Earnest in declaring1 that any person making such an affidavit would to arrested. The affiant is a Carpenter Here and is a worthy letter. Coloured masons to build a Temple. Kansas City mo., oct 8.�?the National grand Lodge coloured masons have appropriated 200.000 for the erection a Temple at Kansas City. Kansas City was als it selected As the National Headquarters and Tho National insurance scheme was a i once f . Again advanced. Waterloo la., oct. 8 a the Millers have again advanced the Price flour i Twenty cents per 100, making an Advance one Dollar per 10 in a month. The i Price flour s higher than it has been for seven years and a further advanced is expected. A Illinois Lyncher indicted. Mattoon 111., oct 8.�?nine indictments were returned by the special grand jury at Charleston saturday which was celled August 4 to investigate the William Moore Lynching. Three men who reside in this City have been placed under heavy Bonds two at least Are known to have skipped while others have not yet been apprehended. Immigration falling off. New York oct. 8.�?immigration to this country is falling off and the attaches at Castle Garden Are having a comparative easy time just at present. Less than 1,000 a Day is the air rage now a quite 2 contrast the what it was last Spring and in mid summer. An official accounting for it said to Day that As the bulk the immigrants was composed peasants with agricultural proclivities they preferred to come to this country in the Spring Early summer when opportunities to engage in farm work were greater than they Are now. The next meeting the americanist Congo Eft will be held in is in 1869. Stirs twelve cents out the Peoples Money these Are matters principle not generosity. But some my vetoes Havo been in the interest the applicant. Take for instance that Case mrs. Smith. I vetoed the Bill because her Case was pending in the pension Bureau and if it passed there she would be entitled to a larger sum Money than she would got by the Bill. I see by a Walla Walla newspaper that mrs. Smiths claim has passed the pension Bureau after i had a brutally vetoed it. This is True and that is Tho very ground upon which i did veto it. If i had not a brutally vetoed it mrs. Smith would have gotten some $300 $400 less than she will got now because her payment would have commenced with Tho passage Tho Bill whereas now it commences from the Timo her claim was filed in the a the opposition seem to to raking up a Good Many stories about you. A a a i do not pretend to keep Pace with Tho Campaign lies manufactured out whole cloth and i Only wonder at Tho ingenuity that devises them. It was v said a Short Timo ago that 1 had never appointed a Catholic priest As chaplain in the army Navy. Now Tho fact is there Havo never been but Throe Catholic priests appointed As chaplains in Tho United states service and i appointed two them. A a and that Story about my saying i believed in free Trade As 1 believed in the protestant religion. I can not imagine where people pick up such absurd statements. In the first place i Don t believe in free Trade at All and in the next place free Trade and protect Tion Are Mere matters government i Al policy. I Don t look upon religion jus a matter policy. That is some thing very much higher moment i that any thing political. But 1 never said and never could say any thing that might be Ever distorted into such an a a How about that substitute . President a a yes it is True that i hired a substitute during the War. I am under the j impression that some very eminent j republicans did the same thing. I was i drafted when it was impossible for me 1 to go. Two my Brothers were already in the service and if it had been possible for me to have gone in Justice to our family i would have gone voluntarily. A Friend brought to the substitute who was a norwegian Sailor just paid off from his ship and who was desirous going in d the array and making the most he could out it. He was a splendid looking fellow and i remember the Provost marshal complimenting me bringing in so Tine a recruit. He enlisted and served through the War and so As i know was a Good Soldier. After Tho War to returned to Buffalo and called to see me. He was poor and i gave him five dollars. He was afterwards admitted to the sol Lierse Home at Bath n. Yr., and he lied there As Many other soldiers did. J he never was in a poor House so j As i knotty he certainly did not die in such substantially were the re j plies the president made to the various questions propounded by the Jura a j 1 cores tentative. Ii3 was As. A question wages. Alliy labor can not got Rich by increasing its Lauri Lens. The Leader the Republican Campaign has announced that the Tariff question is merely a question whether american labor shall receive High Low wages. A i will not a he said a Stop to argue the question upon any other then taking Massachusetts As the most conspicuous example Tho benefits Protection to labor he proceeded to compare her labor situation not with that Germany some other High Tariff country but with that a free Trade in order to make the comparison As favourable As possible to the Protection theory to ignored his own report As Secretary Stato wherein to showed that the apparently larger pay in Jis Sach setts was duo to its Superior efficiency As compared with the pay and efficiency labor in England and instead tried to figure out the benefits Protection from a juggling contrast the savings Banks returns. Now it happens that . Carroll d. W right the highest Massachusetts authority labor statistics investigated this very question the effects Tho Tariff wages in Massachusetts in 1883, and As chief the Massachusetts Bureau labor embodied in his report for 1881 a series elaborate tables showing the wages paid in ninety different industries during nine different periods from 1880 to 1880. In i860 we were working under the Low Tariff 1816 in 1880 under Tho highest Tariff we Ever had. Yet Hore is what . Wrights tables show about Protection and wages in ten leading industries Massachusetts in 1860 As compared with 1880 Industry. A a is i Quot a v. A j t a a a boots and shoes. 3ksu .s5 l-0 j9.0 1800 i 1800 #11.42 carpets. It 6.67 .2 6.02 clothing. A get .34 8.26 Cottons. .40 7.37 .2-1 6v furniture. .3 9. �?~.5 .24 11.77 lather. .20 9 03 .15 Lo. l Nens and Jutes. 4.8? .15 4.03 paper. .39 8.17 .24 8.03 Silc. .6 re 67 19 5.9�?T a a a. .70 5.0g .19 6.10 Avei .48 7 16 .91 8.18 the ground around Antiochus epiphanies j is splendid and i thought i omit to let Aud compelled him to decide before he came out that Ciroto whereupon he lifted the siege. Some the jews had submitted to the invader but some them resisted valorous by As did Eleazor when he had Swine a flesh forced into his Mouth spit it out although he knew he must die for it and did die for it and others As my text says were enabled to do exploits. An exploit i would define to be a heroin act. A Bravo feat a great achievement. A Well a you say a i a Miro such things but there is no Chance for me mine is a sort unite in crying a humdrum life. If i had an Antiochus epiphanies to fight i also could do you Are right so As great wars Aro concerned there will probably be no Opportunity to distinguish yourself in Battle. The most the brigadier generals this country would never have been heard had it not Boen for the War. General Grant would Havo remained in the useful work tanning hides at Galena and Stonewall Jackson would have continued the quiet College professor in Virginia. And whatever military talents you have will probably lie dormant forever. Neither will you probably become a great inventor. Nineteen Hundred and ninety nine out every two thousand inventions fond in the Patent office at Washington never yielded their authors enough Money to pay for the expense securing the Patent. So you will probably never be a Morse an Edison a Humphrey Davy an Eli Whitney. There is not much probability that you will be Tho one out the Hundred that achieves extraordinary Success in commercial Legal medical literary spheres. What then can you have no Opportunity to do exploits i Uin going to show you to Day that there Are three opportunities open that Aro grand thrilling reaching stupendous and overwhelming. They Are before you now. In one if not in All three them you May do exploits. The Throe greatest things Earth to do Are to save a Man to save a woman save a child. During the course his life almost every Man gets into a exigency is caught Between two fires is ground Between two millstones sits the Edge some precipice in some other Way comes near demolition. It May be a financial a moral a Domestic a social a political exigency. You some times see it in court rooms. A Young Man has got into bad company and he has offended the Law and he is arraigned. All blushing and confused lie is in the presence judge and jury and lawyers. He can be sent right in Tho wrong direction. To is feeling disgraced and he is almost desperate. Let the District attorney overhaul him As though he were a old offender let Tho Ablest attorneys at the bar refuse to say a word for him because he can not afford a considerable foe let the judge no Opportunity for presenting the mitigating circumstances hurry up the Case and Hustle him up to Auburn sing sing. If he live seventy years for seventy years he will be a criminal and each decade his life will be Blacker than its predecessor. In the interregnum prison life he can get no work and you know that you saved a Man a in a Short Timo after the old merchant who had been a Good while Shuv in his limbs and bad poor spells is called to leave the world and one morning after he had read Tho Twenty third psalm a the lord is my Shepherd a he closes his eyes 011 this world and an Angel who had been for Many years appointed to watch the old Man s dwelling cries upward the news thut the patriarch s spirit is about ascending. And Tho twelve Angels who keep the twelve Gates heaven Down to this approaching spirit the old Man a Louie Iti at any the twelve Gates you choose coma in and Welcome for it has been told All Over these celestial neighbourhoods that you Savod a but there is another Way and 1 saw it the other Day in the methodist Book concern in new York where a Young woman applied for work and the gentleman in tone j and manner said in substance a my Daugh a Ter we employ women Here but i do not i know any vacant place in our department. Y had better inquire at such and 1 such a place and 1 Hope you will be successful in getting something to the pm i Barrasse and humiliated woman Soemer to give Way to Christian Confidence. She started out with a hopeful look that i think must have won for her a place in which to earn her bread. There sometimes come exigencies in the life a woman. One morning about two years ago i saw in Tho newspaper that there was a Young woman in now York Whoso pocketbook containing $37.33, had been stolen and she had been left without a Farthing at the beginning a Winter in a strange City and no work. Atid although she was a stranger i did not allow the nine clock mail to leave Tho lamp Post our Corner without carrying the $37.33 and the Case was proved genuine. Now. I have read All Shakespeare a tragedies and All Victor Hugo a tragedies Aud All Alexander Smiths tragedies but 1 never read a tragedy More thrilling than that Caso Ami similar cases by the hundreds and thousands in All our Large cities Young women without Money und without Home and without work in these great maelstrom metropolitan life. When such a Caso comes under your observation How do you treat it ? a get out my Way. We have no room in our establishment for any More hands. I done to believe in women anyway they Are a Lazy Idle worthless set. John please show this person out the do you compliment her personal appearance and say things to her which in any Man said to your sister daughter you would kill him the spot that is one Way and it is tried everyday in these Large cities and Manv those who advertise for female hands in factories and for governesses in families have proved t hems Elvos unfit to be in any place outside a do. 1 rather think that considerate and Christian gentleman saved a woman. New York and Brooklyn ground up last year about thirty thousand Young women and would Liko to grind up about As Many this year. Out All that Long procession women he is glad to break a window Glass j who March with no Hope for this world blow up a Safe play the highwayman so the next battered and bruised and scoffed As to get Back again within the Walls where j at and Flung off Tho precipice not one but these figures show the it the Only material increase wages following Jin increase the Tariff was in Cottons that probably attributable to self protective organization the part the Mill hands. As for the other nine industries wages actually fell in seven them and an average increase 100 per cent in the rate duties was followed by a decrease 73 cents in the average weekly wages the whole ten. How much More Tho wage earn Era spay was absorb sea in the increased Cost articles consume 3d by him it is difficult to compute with accuracy. But if he studies . Wright s table with an Eye to Tho Low wages paid in protected Germany As compared with Low Tariff England he will plainly see that labor can not get Rich by increasing the taxes that labor has to St. Louis Post dispatch. It is the constitutional right every american citizen in office out to subscribe to what he darn pleases and the More democratic officeholders that Send in their mites to . Charles j. Cauda treasurer 10 West Twenty ninth Street the Filer Frank and open As the Day and his i . Y. Sun he can get something to eat and hide himself from the cruel gaze the world. Why does no this Fathor come and help him his father is dead. Why done this another come and help him she is dead. Where Are All the ameliorating and salutary influences society they do not touch him. Why did not some one Long ago in the Case understand that there was an Opportunity for Tho exploit which would be famous in heaven a quadrillion years after the Earth has become scattered ashes in the last which Vaud Why did not the District attorney take that Young Man into his private office and say a my son i see that you Are the victim circumstances. This is your first crime. You Are sorry. I will bring the person you wronged into your presence and you will apologize and make All the reparation you can and 1 will give you another that Young Man is presented in the court room and to has no friends present and the judge save who is your counsel a and he answers �?o1 have and the judge says a who will take this Young Many Scase a and there is a dead halt and no Ono offers and after a while Tho judge turns to some attorney who never had a Good Caso in All his life and never will and Whoso advocacy would be enough to secure the condemnation innocence itself. And the professional incompetent crawls up Rosido the prisoner helplessness to Rescue despair when there ought to to a struggle among ail the Best inon the profession As to who should have the Honor trying to help that unfortunate. How much would such an attorney have received As his fee for such an advocacy nothing in dollars but much every Way in a Happy consciousness that would make his own life Brighton and his own dying Pillow sweeter Aud his own heaven happier the consciousness that to had saved a Man to there Are commercial exigencies. A very late Spring obliterates Tho demand for Spring overcoats and Spring hats and Spring apparel All sorts. Hundreds thousands people say a it seems we Are going to have no Spring Ami we shall go straight out Winter into warm weather and to can get along we Trout the usual Spring there is no autumn weather the heat plunging into the cold and the usual cloth ing which is a Compromise Between summer Aud Winter is not required. It makes a difference in the Sale millions and millions dollars goods and Somo Over Sanguino Young merchant is caught with a vast amount unsaleable goods that never will to scalable again except at prices ruinous by reduced. That Young merchant with a somewhat limited capital is in a predicament. What shall the old merchants do As they see that Young Man in this awful crisis rub their hands and laugh and say a Good for him. He might have known better. When to has been in business As Long us we have he will not Load his shelves in that Way. Haua he will burst up before Long. He had no business to open his store so near to ours sheriffs Sale red Ilig in the window a How much is bid for these ont the fashion Spring overcoats and Spring hats fall clothing out Date what do i hear in the Way a bid a a four a absurd i can not take that bid four dollars apiece. Why these Coats when first put upon the Market were offered tit fifteen dollars each and now i am offered Only four dollars. Is that All five dollars Dolhar going at that gone at live dollars a Aud to takes the whole lot. The Young merchant goes Home that night and says to his wife a Well Mary we will have to Movo out this House and sell our piano. That old merchant that has had a evil Eye to Ever since i started has bought out All that clothing and he will have it rejuvenated and next year put it the Market As new while we will do Well if we keep out the the Young Man broken spirited goes to hard drinking. The Young wife with her baby goes to her fathers House and not Only is his store wiped out but his Home his morals and his for two worlds this and the next devils make a banquet fire and fill their cups Gall and drink deep to the health the old merchant who swallowed up the Young merchant who got stuck Spring goods and went Down. That is one Way and some you have Trifid it. But there is another Way. That Young merchant who found that he had miscalculated in laying in too Many goods one kind and being Flung the Gnu Ual season is standing Beti ind the counter feeling very Blue and biting his Finger nails looking Over Bis account books which read Darker and worse every time he looks at them and thinks How his Young wife will have to be put in a plainer House than she Ever expected to live in go to a third rate boarding House where they have Tough liver and sour bread five mornings out the seven. An old merchant emos in and says a Well Joe this has been a hard season for Young merchants and this prolonged Cool weather has put Many in the doldrums and i have bees thinking you a Good Deal might Havo been saved for Home and god and heaven. But Good men and Good women Are not in that kind business. Alas for that poor thing nothing but the thread a sewing girls Needle held her and the thread broke. 1 have heard men Tell in Public discourse what a Man is but what is a woman until some one shall give a better definition i will Tell you what a woman is. Direct from god a sacred and delicate gift with affections so Groat that 110 measuring line Short that the infinite god can Tell their bound. Fashioned to refine and soothe and lift and irradiate Home and society and the world. Of such value that no one can appreciate it unless his Mother lived Long enough to let him understand it who in some great crisis life when All else failed him had a wife to reinforce him with a Faith in god that nothing could disturb. Speak out be cradles and Tell Tho feet that rocked you and the anxious faces that hovered Over you. Speak out be nurseries All Christendom and to Homes whether desolate still in full Bloom with the faces if Mother and daughter and help me to define what woman is. If a Man during All his life accomplish nothing else except to win the love and Confidence and help and companionship a Good woman he is a garlanded Victor and ought to have the hands All people Between Here Aud Tho grave stretched out to him in congratulation. But As geographers Tell us that the Depths the sea correspond with the Heights the Mountain 1 have to toll you that Good womanhood is not higher up than bad womanhood is deep Down. The grander the Palace the More awful the Couf Lazration that destroys it. The grander the Steamer Oregon the More terrible her going Down just off the coast. New i not wonder if you trembled a Little with a sense responsibility when 1 say that there is hardly a person in this House but May have an Opportunity to save a woman. It May in your Casebo done by Good advice by financial help by trying to bring to Bear some one a thousand Christian influences. You would not have to go . If for instance you know among your acquaintances a Young woman who is Apt to appear 011 the streets about the hour when gentle Neu return from business and you and her responding to the smile entire strangers hogs that lift their hats go to her and plainly Tell her that nearly All the destroyed womanhood Tho world began the Down Ward path with that very kind behaviour. Or if. For instance you find a woman in financial distress and breaking Down in health and spirits trying to support her children now that her husband is dead an invalid doing that very important and honorable work but which is Little appreciated keeping a boarding House where All the guests according As they pay Small Board Projko be without paying any Board at All to Decamp Are critical everything and hard to please buy yourselves in trying to get her More patrons and Tell her divine sympathy. Yea if you see a woman favored Fortune and with All kind y surroundings finding in the hollow Flat teries the world her chief Rega Lement living for herself and for Timo As if bore were no eternity strive to bring her into the kingdom god As did the other Day a Sabbath school teacher who was Tho Means Tho conversion a daughter a Man immense wealth and the daughter resolved to join the Church and she went Home and said a father 1 am going to join the Church and i want you to no who said a i never go to Weil a said the daughter a if 1 were going to be married would you not go to see me married a and he said a to a Well a said she a this is More importance than to he went and has gone Ever since and loves to go. I do not know but that faithful Sabbath school teacher not Only saved a woman but saved a Man. There May be in this audience gathered from All purls the world the most cosmopolitan Assembly in Uil the Earth there May in it a Man whose behaviour toward prospects i womanhood has been perfidious. Repent and Tho Brand up Oliou masterpiece sin and death that i tray charge you As tar As possible make reparation. Do not boast that you have her in your Power and that she can not her child this summer. They took it to to hts Salt air the seashore and to the Tonto air Tho mountains but came and the brio paragraph its Lif e is ended. Suppose that life could to restored by Purchase How much would that bereaved Mother give she would take All the jewels from her fingers and neck and Bureau and put them Down. And if told that was not enough she would take her House and make Over the deed for it and if that were not enough she would Call in All her investments and put Down All her mortgages and Bonds and if told that were not enough 9he would say a i have made Over All my property and if i can have that child Back 1 will now pledge that i will toil with my own h kinds and carry Vith my own shoulders i any kind hard work and live in a and die in a Garret. Only give me Back that lost i am glad that there Are those who know something the value a child. Its possibilities Are tremendous. What will those bands yet do where will those feet yet walk toward what destiny will that never dying soul Betake itself shall those lips be Tho throne blasphemy Bendic Tion Como Allye surveyors Tho Earth and bring link and Chain and measure if you can its possible possessions. Come Allye astronomers the Earth with your telescopes and Tell us if you can Seo the Range its eternal flight. Come All to Chr nolo gifts and calculate the decades decades the centuries centuries the cycles cycles the eternities eternities its lifetime. Of to save a child am i not right in putting that among the great exploits Rea it beats the other two for if you Savo the child you Savo the Man you save the woman. Get the first Twenty years that boy girl All right and i guess you have got manhood womanhood All right and their entire earthly and eternal career All right. But what Are you going to do with those children who Are worse off than if their father Mother had died the Day they were born there Are tens thousands such. Their parentage was against them. Their name is against them. Tho Structure their skulls against Thorn. Their nerves Aud Muscles contaminated by else in Briety dissolute Ness Timir pares they Are practically at their Laid out a Plank in the Middle the Atlantic Ocean in an equinoctial Gale and told to make for Shore. Tho first greeting get from Tho world is to be called a brat a Ragamuffin a wharf rat. What to do with them is the question often asked. There is another question quite As pertinent and that is what Aro they going to do with us they will ton Elo Vou years from now have As Many votes As Tho same number Well born children and they will hand this land Over to anarchy and political damnation just As sure As we neglect them. Suppose we each one us save a boy save a girl. You can do it. Will you 1 will. Take a cake perfumed soap and a Fine toothed comb Aud a now testament and a Little Candy and prayer and a piece cake and Faith in god and common sense and begin this afternoon. But How shall we get Roady for one All these three exploits to shall make a dead failure if in our own strength we try to save a Man woman child. But my text suggests where we Aro to get equipment. A the people that do know their god shall be Strong and do to must know him through Jesus Christ in our own salvation and then Vve shall Havo his help in the salvation others. And while you Are saving strangers you May save Somo your own Kin. Southin your brother and Sisters and children and grand children All Safe but they Are not dead and no one is Safo till to is dead. On the English coast 1 Here was a wild storm and wreck in the Oflyng and the cry was a Man the Lifeboat 1�?� but hurry the usual Leader the sailors Crew was not to be found and they went without him and brought Back All the shipwrecked to it Roplo excepting one. By t is Timo Harry Tho Leader the Crew appeared and said a Why did you leave that one a the answer was �?oht5 could not help himself Al All and we could not got him into the a Man Tho Lifeboat a shouted Harry a and we will go for that a no a said his aged Mother standing by a you must not go. I lost your father in a storm like this and your brother will went off six years ago and i have not heard a word from will since he left and i done to know where to is and i done to know what has happened to him poor will Aud i can not Letje also go for 1 Atn old and dependent his reply was a Mother 1 must go and save that Ono Man Aud if i am lost god will take care you in your old the Lifeboat put out and after an awful struggle with the sea they picked Tho poor fellow out Tho rigging just in time to save his life and started for Tho Shore. And Sis they came within speaking distance Harry just i Efforo he fainted from the Over exertion cried out a we saved him and Tell Mother it was brother yes my friends let us Start out to save some our for time and eternity some Man Somo woman some child. And who knows but it May directly incl Greetly to Tho salvation one our own Kindred and that will to an exploit worthy Celebration when the world itself is shipwrecked and the Sun has gone out Liko a spark from a smitten Anvil Aud All Tho stars Aro dead a spaniels Devotion. Over id almost human agony it dog masters i it Ettli. The due do Nghien had a Spaniel which passionately lamented Over his death and we wonder if Napoleon suffered any qualms remorse when he read it fiercely bemoaning its masters untimely Fate in Tho Rabat at Vincennes. At the first halt the due do eng Heinz a abductors made their Pris Oner requested them to Send Back to Etton Heim for his a dog and his he did Well to ask for his dog. For at Strasburg Napoleon had ordered that his friends and servants were to leave him. His dog however since it lacked a the divine Power to speak words a was not included in Tho order. In the Brief Days life which remained to him this speechless Friend was his Only companion went with him a prisoner to Paris and entered Vincennes at his heels. On his arrival there to was depressed and his dog sidled up to him and Lamartine says a the Spaniel which he had kept at his Side the whole route rested his head his masters the dog beguiled him out dark thoughts his Dondul prospects ids spirits Rose and to left the window out which he had Boon disconsolately staring and called his dog to share his supper with him. 00io faithful creature in guard beside him when one Midnight he was aroused from his sleep to appear before his judge. Tho Duke sure his innocence went to Tho mockery a trial with sanguine Hopes a speedy release. He did not know that during his trial his grave was being dug. A tar leaving the judgment Hall the prisoner still unsuspicious the haste to fulfil Tho sentence from which he expected a Pardon was talking to lieutenant Noiret a Soldier who had known his Grandfather Tho Prince Condo. A historian says a the played with i Liis dog while chatting gaily to Tho sol flier. The poor beast had been ill at. Ease for some Subtle instinct warned it 1 that there was danger afoot. Its Dull a spirits were raised by its masters Assur i Ance but it was Short lived Content ment for the Duke and his dumb Friend were soon parted by death. The prisoner was ordered j to follow the commander Down a dark some i stairway which led into the Moat. Tho Duke hesitated but the dog As usual Fol i Lowed without question at his masters hotels. Tho Duke when he reached the Trench real i sized the truth. He Cut a lock Hir hair j gave it and a ring to Noiret to Send to his j betrothed Princess Charlotte de Rohan. As i three clock struck the soldiers fired and i Napoleons Young victim foil. 1 he Spaniel in the dim Light for it was a gloomy March morning and the Moat was lit by a solitary lantern had not seen its masters face and j was unaware his evil Fate till it saw him dead. In vain it fawned upon him who but a few minutes previously had stroked and commended his pleased favorite. If was with difficulty that Tho poor animal could be torn from the sex get and Given to Ono the Princess servants who took him to j the Princess Charlotte. A 4u the year hound. How to be a Success in life. I to be Ong to a Good family is something to be grateful for. A Start in life that sort gives one enlarged advantages and opportunities. But there Are added responsibilities through belonging to a Good family and having enlarged advantages and opportunities. In order to be a Success in life a i Man must Rise above his starting Point. To keep its level is not enough he must gain something As the years go by. If in a deed a Roan fails to do As Well As those represents also measure you save that woman. There is another exploit that you can do and that is to save a child. A child does not so ctn to amount to much. It is nearly a year old before it can walk at All. For the first year and u half it can not speak a word. For the first ten years it would starve if it had to earn its own food. For the first fifteen years it3 opinion any subject is absolutely valueless. And thou there Aro so Many them. My what lots children and some people Havo contempt for u dwindle alike in intellectual and moral children. They Are Good for nothing but to j stature beyond your darkest reckoning a Wear out Tho carpets Aud break things and. Yet. A. Gladstone. Keep you awake nights crying. Well your. Quot estimate a child is quite different blessed to the thought that uplifts from that mothers estimate who lost whoever has spoken in a Mica few Wesr their merits heighten your unless therefore you Are an improvement the average your family Stock the less you say about the Eminence your ancestors the better for your own . S. Times. A believe me when i Tell you that Thrift time will repay you in after life with a usury profit beyond your most sanguine dreams Ami that the waste it will make

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