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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 1, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio Mrs main . Zamfel Moore prop a new Philadelphia. Ot1tp nine cables arc used to Tell the daily Story Europe to America and America to Europe. Tiie Ute nation numbers about 2,700 souls. Of these there Are about 000 at the Durango Agency and 1,800 at Ouray and Uintah. Elt it Evans the Shaker Community at new Lebanon n. Y., is eighty live years old and has not eaten fish meat for fifty five years. In Hebron township s. C., a few Slajs ago during a severe storm the House a resident was so filled with electricity that an invalid was cured by it. Every Man thinks he is about right Lii self. An old Quaker said to his wife a fall the world is queer except thee and me and thee is a Little it has been computed that the death rate the world is about 67 a minute 97,790 a Day and 35,639,835 a year while the birth rate is 70 a minute 100,800 a Day and 36,792,000 a year. Cole younger one time famous for his association with the James boys now serving a life sentence in the Penitentiary at Stillwater minn., is running a Small local paper in that institution. A Raleigh lady has a Cactus which has bloomed but once and Ltd Only and that was the night the Earth quake last. It is now in Bud again but the owner is not sure but that the fact portends another quake. The prospective Advance in the Price California canned fruits will have the effect to stimulate the fruit Canning Industry in other sections the country. Eastern fruit growers can can when the Price justifies. The Boston bean has borne much contumely along with a High rate daily consumption but its Day Triumph is at hand. Richard bean a Boston l Erdic Driver has news that he and his sister Are heirs to a $10,000,000 estate left by a Texas relative. Joseph Francis the famous inventor life saving apparatus who has Long been a resident new Jersey has gone to san Diego,.cal., to live permanently. Or. Francis is now eighty years old. He is accompanied by his son who is past fifty years age. In a recent Issue United Ireland Dublin tells the Irish landlords that Home Rule is inevitable and advises them to make the Best the situation. It predicts the election a Home Rule House commons in a few weeks and the meeting it a the Irish parliament in 1888. A _ a map the world made in 1529, received at the state Library in Albany although made Long before Henry Hudson was born shows the Hudson River it. It is a simile the map by libero called the Borgia map. Who discovered the Hudson River is therefore still an open question. A wealthy Young heiress who a year two ago ran away and married her grandmothers Coachman was recently so reduced to poverty that she was compelled to apply to the poor master at Pawtucket 11. 1., for a ticket to her old Home in Lowell mass. Such is the sequel to Many a romantic runaway marriage. A where is my boy and where is my girl to night a should oftener be asked let a parents says the Chicago inter Ocean. The wide liberties granted american youth too often result in trouble. The Hope Many a Home has been wrecked by the neglect father and Mother to look after their children and take part in their amusements. The number burglars shot in the act burglary is very Small. But the list the innocent victims Hasty shooting at supposed hous Breakers is says the Chicago inter Ocean assuming alarming proportions. Firing in the dark is risky business and it is time to Call a halt in this random target practice. Better allow a Hundred burglars to escape than to shoot an innocent wife Mother. That Gcorge it Washington did not enjoy the narrative latitude in regard to Lish stories which others so generally make use is shown by the following entry in one his diaries a having a lines we proceeded to the fishing Banks a Little without the Harbor and fished for cod but it not being a proper time tide to Only caught two with which about one clock we returned to the frankness Here shown is As old fashioned As it is praiseworthy a prominent lawyer Bridgeport conn., whose sedentary habits and Liberal diet had increased his weight to two Hundred and fifty pounds found an effective and permanent anti specific in the form walking whereby he reduced his surplus to the extent forty two pounds within a few months. At first it required a Good Deal Energy to overcome such an amount inertia but gradually it became an easy and delightful task to walk ten twelve Miles a Day and his head was much clearer account the exercise. _ the Cincinnati evening Telegram recently published a special from san Antonio tex., which says a news Lias just reached Here from a most reliable source the recent death in the state Vera Cruz mex., Jesus Val Donado a Farmer and ranch Man considerable possessions. This Many Sage at the time death was indisputably 154 years. At Valdonado a funeral the pall bearers were his three sons aged respectively 140, 120 and 109 years. They were White haired but Strong and heartland in full to session All their faculties. S. J. Albert a Louisville Barber had $3,000 insurance against disability in the order chosen friends. His hands became paralysed so that he could no longer Wield a razor but his claim for the insurance Money was denied and he began suit. Judge Barr the United states circuit court decided against him the ground that his disability did not prevent him from earning a living. It was shown that Albert had Cler amp de in a store since he became incapacitated As a Barber. This decision establishes a precedent importance to All co operative societies. Electric lanterns will itis thought Ake the place in course time the Ordinary mining Quot safety lamps. A portable electric lamp can now be Nade possessing the following feat ires weight about three pounds illuminating Power five candles size iad shape similar to present lamps duration Light ten hours Cost re it air charges Battery and materials to cents for ten hours these facts bowing that there is nothing to pre ent its adoption As a substitute for me present lamps and even for candles in win mines wifi u e they Are still in news condensed. Important intelligence from All parts. From Washington. The Treasury issued warrants for pensions amounting to Over $16,000,000 the 23d. The arrg3t c Fronel Allen Rutherford a Well known pension claim agent was made the 21th in Washington a charge bribing a clerk in the pension office and taking records and files from that office. By reason age Admiral Samuel r. Franklin in command Tho european Squadron at new York was retired from the service the 24th. Of the 25th National Bank depositories held $20,000,000 government funds the greatest amount Ever held at one tune. During the seven Days ended the 26th there were 133 business failures in the United states against 135 the previous seven Days. Solicitor Alex Mccue the Treasury department was the 26th appointed commissioner fish and fisheries to succeed the late prof. Baird. The exchanges at Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states Dur my Tho week ended Tho 27th aggregated $795,218,09against $896,509,870 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1883, the decrease amounts to 3.9 per cent. The East the executive committee the a american party Issue a Callot Philadelphia the 231 for a convention to be held at Philadelphia september 16 and 17, for Tho purpose perfecting the organization. Among the defined objects Tho movement Ari the restriction immigration a thorough revision the naturalization Laws the suppression polygamy an l intemperance the promotion Tho free school system and an equitable solution the labor problem. Rear Admiral Craven the retired list it f the United states Navy expired at the Charlestown Navy Yard Tho 23d Liepart a Sease aged seventy nine years. The National Reform party new York will meet in state convention at Syracuse october 4 and nominate a state ticket. Tiie crockery dealers now York were organized the 24th against Tho Tea men who that a claimed were ruining their Trade by away crockery Selling it below Cost. Kinsley Todd amp co new York dealers in dry goods Mado an assignment the 24th with liabilities $110.9 0. The first National Bank Dansville n. Y., with a capital $50,003, suspended the 25th. A stay proceedings in the Jake Sharp bribery Case was granted by judge Potter the now York supreme court the 25th. The Appeal would be Hoard at the general term Tho appellate court in october. Uhd Eksteen amp Pell now York Stock brokers failed Tho 25th with liabilities $1,065,000 assets about $700,-000. The Pennsylvania prohibitionists in s ate convention at Harrisburg the 25th, nominated s. B. Chase North Ampton county for supreme court judge and d. Irish Lawrence for state treasurer. The platform denounces the liquor traffic favors Protection to american labor and capital just pensions to soldiers equal taxation arbitration in labor disputes and woman suffrage. Or. And mrs. Avery committed suicide with morphine at new York the 25th. A note was found in the room requesting that they m gut be buried together. Poverty was the cause. The new York prohibit Oniss in state convention at Karaces you the 25th nominate 1 a full state ticket with i. 4v. Huntington Allegany county for ser rotary state. The platform declares against License and favors woman suffrage. In the weekly Trade review issued by r. G. Due 6c co., new York the 26th, some improvement a noted in general business throughout the country. The volume legitimate Trade was Large although in Sam 3 imn rant branches there was a shrinkage. The tendency prices flt r most commodities was upward. Tin Lydia t Crow-1, a fishing Schooner Beverly mass., which carried a Crew fifteen was the 27th Given up for lost. A. Percy the 28th passel successfully through Tho Niagara Whirlpool in a life boat his own invention which to claims will stand any sea however boisterous. Inn record Baso Ball clubs in the National league including the winnings the week eur led the 27th is As follows Detroit Gomes won56 Chicago. 52 nos a York 52 Philadelphia 52 Ivyton 9 Washington 37 Pittsburgh 36, Indianapolis 29. A Philadelphia Syndicate have just c Melu Dei successful negotiations for an american chinese Bank. The capital is half chinese and the management jointly cd Nese an i american. Rev. 1 r. Joseph Parker the City Temple London arrive d in new York Tho 28th. He comes to Deli r an Eulogy Henry Ward Beecher Oil october 4, will also lecture a various places throughout the country. Rev. Moses Rogers who had preached in the methodist pulpit for seventy years expired the 27th at fresh Ponds Long Island in his ninety fourth year. He was a Lineal descendent John Rogers who was burned at the stake in England in Tho sixteenth Century. The fastest mile that has Ever been made in Wagon was trotted by Mau 1 s. On the 27th, she covering the distance in 2 1314. The trial took place Robert Bonner a track at Tarrytown n. Y., . Bonner himself holding the ribbons. Sylvanus h. Sweet who Wras nominated by the United labor party new York for slate Engineer and Surveyor declined to run the 27th. A company Pittsburgh and new York capitalists has entered the Lliel 1 in opposition to the Standard Oil company. Pipe lines Are being Laid from Washington to Pittsburgh. The company has a capital $-3,000,000. West and South. The republicans Iowa at their thirty secon 1 annual state convention held at Des Moines Tho 24th, renominated governor Larrabee and lieutenant governor Hull. Senator Robinson storm Lake received the nomination for supreme judge and Henry Sabin was nominated for superintendent schools. The platform strongly endorses prohibition favors a protective Tariff opposes criminal an i pauper immigration approves civil service Reform arraign Tho Clev land administration for its treatment Union liners demands anti monopoly legislation in the state favors a lib ral pension policy and extends sym path to Gladstone and Parnell in their struggle for Ireland a Freedom. Mrs. Uri Noble and mrs. Allen Pool were killed and four children seriously Hurt by lightning during a storm in Aiken county s. C., the 24 h. The Maryland republicans in state convention at b it ignore the 24th nominate i Walter b. Brooks Baltimore for governor upon a platform chiefly devoted to state issues. The Register and receiver the United states Lau i office at Prescott a. T., received instructions the 24th to open for s allement the Lan is in their District hitherto withdrawn for indemnity purposes under the Atlantic and Pacific Grant. In a Collis Between an Emigrant train and a freight the 24th the Baltimore 6c Ghio Railroad near Wheeling w. Va., fifteen immigrants were seriously injure and the Engineer and fireman were killed. On the night the 24th the largest Comet that a appear 1 in Many 3 ears was discovered at Indianapolis in the Northern sky. At Youngstown o., Twenty five Hundred Quarry men struck the 24th for higher wages. A new disease which broke out among the cattle at Galesburg iii., the 24th has so baffled the skill the veterinarians. Ten cows out one her i had died and the malady was still spreading. Colonel g. Gris. Lieutenant colonel the twentieth Low 1 cavalry and brigadier general the k is is National guards under governor Glicks administration met a tragic death 0 1 the 24th ii the burning the barn the Topeka tire department the 24th. He with four horses perished in the flames. On the 24th governor Adams Colorado called upon the government to Send United states troops to drive colorow and his band renegade i utes Back to their reservation and keep them there. The National e 1 tonal association will hold their annual mooting at Denver col., tuesday september 13. The Woolen workers at Louisville kv., Acter a six weeks lock out returned 1 work the 25th, at tiie old wages an agreeing to countenance no further interference Between themselves and their employees by the knig its labor. Tiie National conference charities and correction met at Omaha in the 25th. Tiie quarantine proclamations against Iii Nib cattle have been revoked by the governors Kansas Colorado Ohio Wisconsin and Minnesota except As they apply to Cook county a farm Uear Montpelier ind., the remains a Mastodon were discovered the 25lh where similar discoveries had been previously Mado. Major Leslie sent word to governor Adams Colorado the 25th that he had colorow Aud his baud indians corralled. While trying to Rescue three children from a watery grave. Prof. H. S. Whitney Excelsior Academy the shores Lake Minnetonka minn., was drowned the 25th. Eugene Hairston coloured was lynched the 25 at Greensboro n. A. For an attempted criminal assault upon miss Mahala Sapp a White girl. San Diego cal., was shaken the 25th by an in destructive earthquake Shock. Tap ton Dauzy a coloured murderer was hanged the 26th at Charleston s. A fight Between the indians and sheriff Kendall a men near Meeker col., was reported the 23th, in which one the sheriff s posse was killed and several wounded and nine indians were killed. The sentence Axey Cherry the twelve year old girl convicted murder and sentenced to be Hung was commuted to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for five years by governor Richardson South Carolina 011 the 26th. A Resolution was passe b3r the Georgia legislature in the 26th taking away the �8,900 appropriated to the Atlanta University coloured unless that Institute shall give the governor satisfactory Assurance that it will not accept whit1 up is. A passenger an 1 freight train collided near Chattanooga Tenn., 011 tiie 26.i1, Aud thirty persons the passenger train were injured some seriously. Early the morning the 26th four Maskel men Brcko into the farm Hause Samuel Chew near Mansfield o., and after fatally beating the Farmer who is eighty Oliree years old and terrorizing his wife they took $3 0 an i some silverware. The marriage Douglas f. Carlin chief clerk Tho Cheyenne Agency to the wealthiest heiress the Sioux reservation occurred at , i. T., the 26th. The ceremony was witnessed by Over one thousand indians. It. Rev. R w. B. Elliott Bishop Western Texas expired at Suwanee Tenn., the 25th, alter a Long illness. The Morse Bridge works at Youngstown o., were burned 011 the 28, involving a loss �125,000. The Chicago typographical Union the 28 h resolved to demand nine hours work with ten hours pay to take e effect november 1. Durino a race riot at Decatur ga., the 27th, two Whites and one negro Wero killed. At Charleston Columbiaville and Summerville s. A and a Augusta ga., shocks earthquake were Felt Early 011 the morning the 27th. No Ltd image was reported. The Ute War in Colorado was reporto at an end the a Judth. The indians Wero again to Weir reservation where Tho government officers would try to keep them. In North Carolina crops were very much damaged by floods 111 the 27th. By the capsizing a boat near Corners Point minn., three finanders Wero drowned 01 the 28th. The i a lure messes. Dresbach 6c Rosenf. Id which occurred at ban Francisco the 27 it for $1.5 0,000 resulted in Tho breaking the wheat Corner in that City. Burning words. Foreign intelligence. In a conversation the 23d, John Macdonald the Dominion Premier declared that the construction the red River Valley Railroad in Manitoba would be stopped if it had to be done by British regulars. A boat contain no two men. Three women and four children capsize 1 in the St. Lawerencee River near Montreal 011 the 23d, an i All were drowned extent the m n a who succeeded in swimming ashore. The missing boat tiie steamship City Montreal which burned at so 1 recently was picked up several Days ago by a German vessel. The thirteen occupants were landed at Falmouth eng., Tho 24 the. It was stated the 25th that Prince Ferdinand tiie newly elected bulgarian ruler was depressed i consequence Tho isolation in which he found himself at Home and abroad. When . Gladstone arose in the House commons 011 the evening the 25th to arraign the government for proclaiming the Irish land league he Mas greeted with cheers. He said the information m hich Tho Organ in Ilion was proclaimed my Ould not Bear the Light. Wikel Mayek. Said to be the largest Man in the world died 111 011 Tho 2�?T5th. The cholera Scourge was increasing in violence in Italy 011 the 25th. It was reported 011 the 25th that John Buskin the famous English author and Art critic was hopelessly insane. Frazier and Stewart representatives the Dominion government to make an observation tour through the Northwest territory reporte 1 011 the 25th that shocking destitution prevail 1 at fort Chi Penyun and along the Mckenzie River last Winter. Many persons died starvation and Ono old woman admitted having killed and eaten her whole family. Viscount done Raile London died from hydrophobia Tho 26th inst., the result a Fox bite received last january. A Squall Capsid d the excursion yacht Monarch in the Bristol eng Channel Ltd the 20th, an i fifteen person. W re drowned. In the composing room the Montreal Herald a fire broke out the 26th, an i Throe compositors perished in the flames. A half dozen business houses in the building wore destroyed and the lots u Ould reach �500,000. In the British House commons Tho 26th . Gladst mess Ion for an address to the que e 1 asking that the pin claymation the land league be revoked was rejected by a majority 7\ Asa result the <41 r s put Forth by Tho Captain general if Cuba to purify the Public service the people had the 27th risen in rebellion and the City Havana was place i under a military guard. Baron Nathaniel Rothschild who had made insulting remarks about Tho Archduke Charles Louis brother the emperor was 011 the 27th ordered to leave Vic 1111 a. At an open air demonstration in London the 27th, speech s my Ere a d denouncing the governments action Aga not the Irish National Trie Anchor manufacturing company a extensive cooperage establishment covering Twenty acres ground at Detroit mich., Bur Ned the 29th ult., causing a loss ?30 �,000. Tiie explosion a Dublin Cartridge in the Draper Colliery at Gilberton fa., the 29tli ult. Killed George Lawson and Robert Martin and injured five others. Tiie Northwestern flouring Mill our cd by w. Seyk 6c co., at Kewaunee wis., was destroyed by fire the 28th ult. Loss $40,000. During the Progress a fire at Flint mich., the 29th ult. Five prisoners dug a Way out Tho jail and escaped one them Thomas Wilson urns held for Tho shooting James Kelley. At Nom York the 29th ult. Jimmy Mcdavitt a Well known professional thief was discovered by a watchman in a Storo White Street. When the police appeared 011 the scene Davit plunged head Foremost through a plate Glass window and Wras so badly Cut that he died in a few minutes. A Lisp attn from Victoria b. C., Stales that Mcgarrigle the escaped Chicago Boodler sailed from that place the 28th ult. For Long Kong. Notwithstanding the Large pension payments in August amounting to $16,500,000, the receipts for the month Are More than $7,500,000 in excess the total expenditures during the same period. The receipts have averaged Over a million dollars a Day and amounted to 133,814,354. Or. Douglass in w Hose factory at Broc-1on, mass., a strike was ordered a few weeks ago by the Lusters Union has caused the arrest Mcloughlin and Brien two the strikers the charge conspiracy to injure his business. The result the trial will have an important bearing future strikes in the state. Timothy Coughlin the Section Foreman who we As held responsible for the railway catastrophe at Chatsworth 111., has been admitted to bail in the sum �1,000 by judge Reeves. At Omaha neb., the 29th ult. Two men named a Man and Rogers while intoxicated forcibly entered the House a woman named mrs. Boetz. She had previously refused to admit them and when they forced the door she picked up a pistol and fired. One Ball entered the Man ahead passing through him into the body his companion. Both men will probably die. The w alls crawl Ford amp daily a opera Bouse at Wichita kan., seventy five feet High collapsed the 29th ult. Nobody was Hurt. The Accident we As due to the inferior Quality Brick used. Loss �15,000. I r. A. G. Abode lat one the Board pension examiners at Lawrence kan., w As Arres de by the United states marshal the 29th ult., Tho charge extorting Money from claimants. Yon Phon Lee the chinaman w to married an american lady new Haven conn., recently has been appointed to the editorial staff the Register that City. Gladstone protests against proclaiming the Learue the action the government criticised Strong defense the league. London aug. 20.�?an enormous crowd congregated in the Palace Yard yesterday afternoon to await the arrival . Gladstone who was announced to offer a Resolution in the commons setting Forth that the government s action in proclaiming the land league w As unwise unjust and unreasonable. The scone in the House w Hen . Gladstone arose to speak w As highly exciting. He was tremendously cheered at the beginning his speech and vociferously applauded at the end. Or. Gladstone a Resolution is to the follow ing effect a a that an Humble address be presented to Tho Queen representing that the Viceroy Ireland has proclaimed the National league a dangerous association that no information has been furnished to parliament to justify the proclamation by virtue which her majesty s subjects Are to be rendered liable to be punished As criminals without a judicial inquiry into the nature their acts and that this House in the absence such information prays that said proclamation shall not continue in Force As to the association named and described . Gladstone said that the Irish Viceroy in declaring that the league had incited to violence must have acted information but where was that information the Irish chiefs had a right to demand to know Tho ground which the government had acted. If the facts were withheld the opposition must forthwith urge three proposition upon the House and the government �?o1. That it was a slight almost an outrage the d Unity parliament to suppose that it was to discharge such an important statutory duty without knowing the grounds. �?�2. That it reduced to utter destruction and to an Absurdity the main Contention that Tho government advanced during the discussion the crimes act that the safeguard promised had proved a he asked what was the value meaning a parliamentary approval Given in ignorance the facts Why not follow Tho course taken by Wellington and Peel in 1s29 regarding the Catholic league and sup press it �?�3. What could tiie House think information that they must thus know would not her r the Light a cheers . Gladstone said that lie had Avata contended that the government was legislating against combinations apart from crime and now was the time for the government to show that he and his friends were wrong. But the government shrank from the test and declined the Challenge. It had substituted an arbitrary w ill for regular Legal action. This principle was a most dangerous and disgraceful one in any country and especially in Ireland. Law in Ireland was still trial. A great misfortune was that those w to administer it especially locally were not in sympathy with the feelings the people. The proclamation the National league i. Gladstone declared was a near approach to a declaration War the Irish people. The people Ireland generally sympathized with the league because they believed that it had been their salvation. Parnellie cheers nobody did any thing for the tenants until the league was founded. The government was pressing Ireland very hard and lit was evident it intended to work and act by summary jurisdiction. He hoped that the Irish would continue to Bear the pressure. They would not have to suffer Long. It was certain that they would not obey the Law through fear cheer but from a Strong vivid buoyant Hope which even at the last election was not damaged and which now was brighter and livelier. Cheers the Irish believed that the governments policy had not the Sanction the British nation. Irish cheers the government s foundation was slipping from under it and its action in reference to the proclamation the league showed that its strength was fading. Ireland seeing this trusted the English nation to fulfil her reasonable wishes and was convinced that her expectations would not be disappointed. Or. Gladstone then presented his Resolution amid prolonged cheers. Or. Balfour said the difficulty Wras not in finding evidence to justify the proclamation the league but in selecting it from the enormous mass in Possession the government. Or. Balfour quoted from documents to show that the league was guilty boycotting coercion intimidation and inciting to breach the Law and violence. Sir William Harcourt asked if the documents from w hich . Balfour quoted would be submitted to the House. Or. Balfour said Tho government declined to submit them to the House and continued to give instances criminal acts 011 the part the league. Or. Bradlaugh Radical said that boycotting w As not a peculiarly Irish institution but was invented in England to exterminate the Irish. If the governments statements were True Why had they not proclaimed the league before As an association for the promotion crime the country would judge the conduct the government which obtained Power ostensibly to suppress crime but really to suppress a political organization which they dreaded. On motion . Trevelyan the debate w As adjourned. Forty members the Liberal party parliament met in the House commons yesterday and resolved to support the National league in opposition to the government. They give As a reason for their determination that they arc satisfied that the proclamation the league was for purely political purposes which they do not approve. Twenty other Liberal members have written resolutions sympathy. None the Liberal leaders were present at the gatherings. A great Imine wrecked. Rumours the insanity John Kuskin the noted Art critic. New York aug. 26.�?a special Cable dispatch to the Han from London says John it skin the famous author and critic is insane. He is said to be no longer mentally capable prosecuting his literary labors and is subject to various delusions. One form taken by his insanity is suspicion his old friends. He has lately sent letters All Over England accusing relatives with whom he is stopping abusing hindu he has been living in great retirement showing aversion to society but recently left his Home and is said to be travelling but his exact whereabouts Are unknown to his friends. Through excessive liberality he has become impoverished. A woman admits having killed and eaten her whole family. Minneapolis minn., aug. 26.�?a Jour Nas Winnipeg special says letters from Frazier and Stewart dated fort Chip Petyan july 5, state that they reached that Point after Many hardships. Forest fires have been numerous and destructive. Destitution at fort Chipp Cyan last Winter was terrible and several cases cannibalism arc reported. One old woman at Little red River admits having killed and eater her whole family. Starvation and cannibalism Are also reported from Mckenzie with the utes. Kinsley Todd a co., the dry goods firm 36 Broadway new York failed wednesday. The liabilities Are$51,1 10,915 assets $121,-000. Lost Llis life trying to a a others. Minneapolis minn., aug. 26.�?prof, h. 8. Whitney the Excelsior Academy the Shore Lake Minnetonka was drowned in the Lake yesterday afternoon. Three children were playing a raft which went to pieces and he swam out to save them but became tangled in the weeds and was drowned. Two the children were rescued alive but the third was drowned. Jay Eye sri trots in 2 1�?~4 1-4. Freeport 111., aug. 26�?a crowd some to 6,000 people yesterday saw Jay Eye see Trot a mile in 2 12l. The first Quarter was made in 34 let the half in 1 070, and the three Quarter mile was reached in 1 39. A clash Between colorow a warriors Alt i Kendall s posse nine the former Hite the dust Deputy Sherifat Ward killed and a number his followers badly Hurt. Denver Gol aug. 27.�? a dispatch from Glen Wood Springs received at Midnight says a courier just in from Meeker and the White River reports a engagement Between sheriff Kendall a posse fifty five Meh supported by 100 cavalry one Side and a band 100 utes under colorow the other. Nine indians Are estimated to have been carried from the Field dead. Deputy sheriff Ward the sheriff s posse was killed and several others his men and tiie troops seriously wounded the fight commenced yesterday morning upon the arrival sheriff Kendall a Force to the support the troops. The scene the Battle is at Wolf Creek thirty five Miles Down the White River from Meeker. The engagement was conducted in Indian fashion from behind All the Protection rocks gullies and Trees would give and lasted until after dark. Another engagement is expected. An earlier dispatch says general West and commissioner Gregory Are just in from Meeker. Major Leslie a command is in full View colorow and about sixty Bucks near 5he Mouth pice Ance Creek Twenty five Miles below Meeker. A talk was had with the indians but 110 fighting occurred sheriffs Kendall and Hooper Are marching in to join Leslie from different directions and will try to Corral the band where they Are. Another band about 125 indians Are in Coyote Basin from eleven to seventeen Miles Distant from colorow. The indians signalled for a talk and Captain prey Pritchard a scouts went out accompanied by Foote and others. An equal number utes came out. Foote attempted to ride Back before the talk was finished but three utes tried to Bead him off. He motioned them Back but they would not Stop. He pulled his Winchester the Foremost one when they stopped otherwise it is believed fighting would then have been begun. Colorow wants to talk with governor Adams. Colorow refuses to go to the reservation give up any the indicted Bucks. Governor Adams reached Glenwood last evening where he will Confer with general West. The scouts and couriers report that they have been chased by indians and their statements Are authenticated. The weather has been bad for the troops who have been 011 Short rations and without needed supplies 011 account Lack transportation but by this time their supplies have probably reached them. In every movement up to the present time the indians have shown themselves masters the situation and massacres could have occurred had they been disposed to open the conflict. It was for this reason that general Reardon called for More troops. A dispatch from Washington says that general Crook and Indian agent Byrnes have been directed to proceed to Garfield county and there Confer with the indians. Millions dead fish. Heavy failure. New York aug. 26.�?the failure Grove Steen it pc Pell Lias been announced the Slock Exchange. It is stated Wall Street that Grovesteen a Pell owe $165,000 in the Stock Exchange and that their outstanding Loans with thirty different banking institutions aggregate $1,200,000, making total liabilities $1,305,000. It is thought that the assets will be Between $200,000 and $300,000 less. Two painters killed. Hartford conn., aug. 26.�?g. H. Cham Plain and James Lawrence painters employed St. Peters Church fell to the Street yesterday morning the scaffolding giving away. Both were killed a new York rank suspends. Rochester n. Y., aug. 26.�?a special from Dansville n. Y., says the first National Bank this place closed its doors yesterday morning. This Bank was reported in july 1887, As having $50,000 paid up capital and $15,000 surplus with $7,000 undivided profits. The cause the failure is not Ute uprising. The ranks the Galena River lined with Fisli All sizes�?ti10 stench almost intolerable. Galena iii., aug. 27.�?within the last three Days the fish in Many the streams in this Section have died by the million and the few that Are left Are rapidly following suit. The Banks the Galena River branches Are lined with dead fish All sizes and varieties from the tiny minnow to the Mammoth cat and Sturgeon. At Duncombe wis., a few Miles from this place dead fish Are so numerous the Banks that the stench arising from them is almost unbearable. At Lancaster wis., upward fifty Wagon loads dead fish were in sight. There Are numerous theories As to the cause. One is that the recent Rains have roiled the water with mud so that the fish have been unable to breathe and struggling to the surface for air have died. Another is that during the dry hot summer the valleys and marshes above were filled with some poisonous growth that with the recent floods was carried into the streams and poisoned the water. Contested seats. Congress will be Calk d upon to decide As to the rightful occupants eight and possibly nine seats. Washington aug. 27.�?general Clarke the clerk the House representatives has received and had printed the testimony in eight contested election cases that Are to be considered by the next Congress. They Are As follows Lowrey is. White Indiana Smalls is. Elliott South Carolina gain is. Frank Missouri Worthington is. Post Illinois me Duffy is. Davidson Alabama Carlisle is. Phoebe Kentucky Sullivan is. Felton and Lynch is. Devere California. The testimony in these cases makes nearly 10.000 pages that the Sullivan Fenton Case being the most voluminous. Messes. O Hara North Carolina and Swinburn new York who it is said will make a contest. Have not yet filed notice nor submitted Teti Mony to the clerk. succeed Baird. The president appoints Alexander Kcf up solicitor the Treasury As fish c0111-Niissisner. Washington. Aug. 27.�?the president yesterday appointed Alexander me Cue new York the present solicitor the Treasury to be commissioner pish and fisheries to succeed the late prof. Baird. The office is not a salaried one the Law simply prescribing the appointment from among the civil officers the United states a person proved scientific and practical acquaintance with the fisheries the coast. The appointment will not necessitate the relinquishment his present position a solicitor Mecue. Itis not yet known who will be appointed Secretary the smithsonian institution in place prof. Baird. Fatal flames. Three in renters thought to have lost their lives. Montreal can., aug. 27.�?fire broke out in the composing room tin Montreal Herald last night and three compositors be believed to have perished in the flames. Oil the men seeing How rapidly the flames spread and that there was no Hope saving the office rushed Back to demand his. Pay before he could return the floor fell in and he disappeared in the debris and has not been found. A half dozen business houses in the building were destroyed and the loss will reach $500,060. Still another. Thirty persons injured by a railway collision at Chattanooga Tenn. Chattanooga Tenn., aug. 27.�?a serious Accident occurred 011 the Belt Railroad in the Eastern suburbs this City yesterday Forenoon at half past eleven clock which was caused by a collision Between a passenger and freight train. About thirty persons were Board the passenger train and All them Wero More less injured. Ten them were so seriously Hurt that they had to be brought to the City in carriages. Two the injured were badly Hurt internally. It is believed All will recover however. The Accident was caused by the watch the Engineer the freight train being four minutes slow. Quarantine raised. Chicago aug. 26.�?the governors Kansas Colorado Ohio Wisconsin and Minnesota have revoked their quarantine proclamations against Illinois cattle except As they apply to Cook county. The Iowa and Wyoming proclamations have also been modified. Canadian fishermen prospering. Ottawa ont., aug. 27.�?according to official advices the number canadians engaged in the Mackerel fishing Industry has doubled since the opening this season. The catches have been remarkable while two months fishing yet remain. Prices have advanced Over 45 per cent., wit i prospects a further Rise. A Cabinet minister takes the View that Canadian fishermen will be prosperous so Long As the present arrangement exists and feels confident no change j will take place at least until the presidential election. He thinks that there will be a clamor for a new treaty provided the democrats Are sustained and provided there is a change in the complexion the american Senate. Organizing for Seli Protection. St. Joseph mo., aug. 27.�?owing to the wholesale stealing horses in Southern Iowa Northwestern Missouri and Eastern Kansas and Nebraska the Farmers Are organizing a protective association for the prevention such thefts. Over two Hundred and fifty horses have been stolen in nine Northern counties Missouri inside four months Only thirteen which were recovered. The gang is said to be under the leadership the notorious Franklin Brothers. Fifteen persons drowned. London aug. 27.�?the excursion yacht Monarch was capsized by a Squall in Bristol Channel yesterday and fifteen persons were drowned. A a the Wool Industry. Washington aug. 27.�?colonel Switzler. Chief the Bureau statistics announces that he will soon have ready for distribution a work great importance to Tho manufacturing Well As the agricultural element the country. It will be a statistical analysis the Wool industries every country the world in which will be incorporated All the various acts Congress relating to the Tariff Wool and Woolen manufactures from the time that the tax 1793 was imposed Down to the latest revision 1883. There were 153 business failures in the United states during the last seven Days Aud thirty two in Canada. Details the Battle Between Kendall a men and colorow a Llaves two Trio Whites killed and several wounded a number redskins rite the dust Federal troops end the skirmish. Denver col., aug. 29.�?Kendall has had his fight with the utes and although the details Are meager enough has reached Here to show that it was obstinate and bloody in proportion to the men engaged. Wednesday the utes came into Leslie scamp Wolf Creek and wanted a talk but before this was held a Thunder storm came up and under cover the night they left him but Conti Uund along White River to the it southward their beaten path. Pursuit was at Onee inaugurated and the red skins were discovered near Spring Creek at Daybreak. Finding themselves pursued the indians opened fire and an All Day fight followed Aud when darkness set in the indians fell Back. Four Hundred ponies were captured. Hostilities were about to be renewed the following Day when Leslie s command was met by infantry from fort Duchesne who placed themselves Between the hostile parties and prevented a renewal the fight. Leslie endeavoured to make another attack but the military would not permit it. A truce was finally forced by the action the regulars. Deputy snor Lff Jack Ward was killed Early in the engagement and lieutenant Falsom received wounds from which he Lias since died. The wounded Are de Faltz the Aspen company l Stewart and Dick Caffey Leadville and . Dumont Meeker. Four indians were killed and three wounded. Word has been received that 600 utes camped near thursdays Battlefield and Are held Back by two companies coloured regulars. It is known that the indians that took part in the tight were White River and Uintah utes and and that if necessary Over 1,600 reinforcements can be raised from this tribe. In the indians do not attack the Whites at Rangely before the j arrival governor Adams and general Crook there Are Hopes that the trouble will be settled. Later advices and official reports from sheriff Kendall and major Leslie indicate that the Battle was a drawn one in its results and it has Only served to arouse Tho utes to frenzy. The two companies troops were at first hurried Forward from fort Duchesne and the officer in command found it necessary to Call for three More. These Are holding the indians Back Kendall having retired from the Field and he is now at Rangely seven Miles Distant where he has gathered the settlers for safety while the men have dug Rifle pits and taken other measures for defense. There Are probably fifty women and children there in constant fear an attack. The place can be easily defended As it is a Plain and an aggressive Force will be compelled to fight without cover. General Reardon has Given the following orders to major Leslie a you Are hereby ordered to Light to the state line. Be discreet but capture colorow if possible. If you have to kill him to make the arrest do so and bring in his body. You Are authorized to carry hostilities to the bitter end. Show this order to Kendall Hooper Dendy and All All concerned no doubt Means the commandant the United states forces and it is a hint to him that he must hold the indians the reservation they will be shot Down like wolves. Reardon does not see peace in the near future unless tie government troops keep the indians out . Man Regnant in his realm woman dominant in hers. In Orrin exalted upon a throne higher than All the thrones Earth . Tonnage s Sermon. Cubans in revolt. The i eople rebel against an attempt to rarity tin Public service a Havana untied a military guard several conflicts with fatal results. Key West fla., aug. 29. A advices received Here say that the greatest excite i ment prevails in Havana occasioned by the recent acts Captain general Marinin in taking Possession the custom House and j placing the officials under arrest. The City is in charge regular troops and the situation becomes daily More j desperate recalling events attending the massacre medical students in 1871. A j reign terror prevails and it is expected that Havana will be declared in a state j siege. Already several conflicts have occurred Between the troops and civilians re j suiting in the killing some and the wounding others. Captain general a. Renin has issued a proclamation calling the rioters to maintain order. Otherwise severe measures will be adopted to uphold j the Law. Daily conferences Are held with his military chiefs and measures have i been adopted to prevent a general uprising which is imminent. The colonels the Volunteer regiments were called together at the Plaza and ordered to disarm their forces otherwise they would be held responsible for what might occur i the volunteers who Are opposed to Marinin and Are encouraged therein by political bodies desirous Bis removal have joined the rioters. So the Captain general controls the j situation with regular troops which have been distributed throughout the City pre i pared for any emergency. Artillery has been placed in commanding positions while the troops stationed in towns adjoining Havana Are kept under arms ready to move at a moment s notice. All important Points in the City Are strongly guarded by regular troops. All Confidence appears to be gone. Even the Cable officials Are suspected and military Are placed in charge Telegraph offices to prevent dispatches being sent what is transpiring. All the important dispatches Between the officials in Havana and the authorities in Madrid Are brought Here by special messenger for transmission. The replies Are also sent to this office. Those acquainted with Marinin state that he will carry out his policy purifying the Public service regardless consequences and already a feeling uneasiness permeates every Branch thereof. Child labor in new York state. New York aug. 29.�?state factory inspectors Franey and Connolly have made their first annual report. They find an alarming amount child labor in factories. Over twelve Hundred children less than six text 11 years old Are employed in the. Harmony Cotton Mills at Cohoes alone. There is a corresponding amount illiteracy. Fully j one third the affidavits made by parents j were signed with a Cross and their children it have no Opportunity to acquire an Educa i Tion. Children immigrating from Europe Are actually better informed than the work ing children this state. A Compromise measure. The Georgia legislature basses a Resolution against co Edue ution Trio Knees the famous Glenn Rill shelved. Atlanta ga., aug. 2. A the famous Glenn Bill has been shelved in the Georgia legislature. The lower House has however adopted a a i Resolution declaring that the coeducation the races is contrary to the intent the Constitution and directing the governor not to draw his warrant for the appropriation $8,000 to the Atlanta Luis varsity until he receives Assurance that it will be devoted exclusively to the instruction coloured children. The negroes Are said to be jubilant Oxer the action while the democrats regard it As a Happy deliverance from a very perplexed situation. Shooting Niagara. Buffalo n. Y., aug. 29.�?charles Percy suspension Bridge a Young Man Twenty seven years old made a Safe trip through the Whirlpool rapids yesterday in a life boat built by himself. The boat is about seventeen feet Long with air Chambers at either end in one which Percy made the voyage. The keel is weighted with 250 pounds Iron and bags Sand Are carried in the hold so that it will right itself. An Iron weight attached to a Long rope trailed from the Stern so As to keep the Bow straight ahead. His object is not for glory he says the journey being simply experimental. And the boat having come through All right he will now Model a Lifeboat <>11 a Large scale from it and apply for a Patent. A 4�? by wheat. San Francisco aug. 29.�?dresbach a Rosenfeld the Bull operators in wheat announced saturday morning that they would be compelled to repudiate their agreement to accept All wheat tendered them. The 10.000 tons wheat put up As Security were forfeited to the Board for the Benefit the creditors. Their liabilities Are put at $1,500,000 and assets $250,000. The firm was sup posed to be acting for Mackay flood and other Large stockholders the Nevada Bank Llo Senfeld says the firm had to Stop because it paid out All its Money and could get no further accommodations at the Banks. Hat the effect the failure will be can not be known for several Days. Indiana finances. Indianapolis ind., aug. 29.�?auditor state Carr estimates that the total disbursements for the next fiscal year will be $1,-388,000, and that the total receipts will be $1,373,000. The recent loan $340,000 will enable the treasurer to pay off the school fund interest. Under the circumstances the auditor sees no great occasion for fear bankruptcy and is the opinion that the state will get through the fiscal year All right a i a. Banished from Vienna. Vienna aug. 29.�?baron Nathaniel Rothschild has been ordered to leave Vienna for making insulting remarks about the Archduke Char Les Louis brother the emperor. The Hampton aug. 28.�?�?owoman�?Ts Opportunity was Tho subject by Rev. De Witt Talmage d. D., to Day and his text a so god created Man in his own image in the image god created he him male and female created he i., 27. Following is the Sermon in full in other words god who can make no mistake made Man and woman for a specific work and to move in particular spheres Man to be Regnant in his realm woman to be dominant in hers. The Boundary line Between Italy and Switzerland Between England and Scotland is not More thoroughly marked than this distinction Between the Empire masculine and the Empire feminine. So entirely dissimilar Are the Fields to which god called them that you Cau no More compare them than you can oxygen and Hydrogen water and grass Trees and stars. All this talk about the superiority one sex to the other sex is an everlasting waste Ink and speech. A jeweler May have a scale so delicate that he can weigh the dust diamonds but where Are to Scales so delicate that you can weigh in them affection against affection sentiment against sentiment thought against thought soul against soul a Many a world against a woman a world 1 you come out with your stereotype remark the Man is Superior to woman in intellect and then i open my desk the Swarthy Iron typed Thunder bolted writings Harriet Martineau and Elizabeth Browning and George Eliot. You come with your stereotyped remark about woman a superiority Toman in the item affection hut i ask you where was there More capacity to love than in John Tho disciple and Robert Mccheyne the Scotchman and John summer Field the methodist., and Henry Martin the missionary the heart those was so Large that after you had rolled into it two hemispheres there was room still left to marshal the hosts heaven and set up the throne the eternal Jehovah. I deny to Man the throne intellectual. I deny to woman the throne affectional. No human phraseology will Ever define the spheres while there is an intuition by which we known when a Man is in his realm and when a woman is in her realm and when either them is out it. No bungling legislature ought to attempt to make a definition to say a this is the Lino and that is the my theory is that if a woman wants to vote she ought to vote and that if a Man wants to embroider and keep House he ought to be allowed to embroider and keep House. There Are masculine women and there Are effeminate men. My theory is that you have 110 right to interfere with any one doing any thing that is righteous. Albany and Washington might As Well decree by legislation How High a Brown thrasher should Fly How deep a Trout should plunge As to try to seek out the height the depth woman a duty. The question capacity will Settle finally the whole question the whole subject. When a woman is prepared to preach she will preach and neither conference nor presbytery can hinder her. When a woman is prepared to move in highest commercial spheres she will have great influence the Exchange and 110 boards Trade can hinder her. 1 want woman to understand that heart and brain can overfly any Barrier that politicians May set up and that nothing can keep her Back keep her Down but the question incapacity. There Are women i know most undesirable nature who wander up and Down the country having no Homes their own forsaking their own Homes talking about their rights Atul we know very Well that they themselves Are fit neither to vote nor fit to keep House. Their Mission seems to be to humiliate the two sexes at the thought what any one us might become. No one would want to live under the Laws that such women would enact to have cast upon society the children that such women would raise. But 1 shall show you this morning that the Best rights that women can own she already bus in her Possession that her position in this country at this time is not one commiseration but one congratulation that the grandeur and Power her realm have never yet been appreciated that she sits to Day 011 a throne so High that All the thrones Earth piled top each other would not make for her a foot Stool. Here is the platform which she stands. Away Down below it Are the ballot Box and the congressional assemblage and the legislative Hall. Woman always has voted and always will vote. Our great grandfathers thought they were by their votes putting Washington in the presidential chair. No his Mother by the principles she taught him and by the habits she inculcated made him president. It was a Christian mothers hand dropping the ballot when lord Bacon wrote and Newton philosophize and Alfred the great governed and Jonathan Edwards thundered judgement to come. How Many men there have been in High political station who would hav been insufficient to stand the test to which their moral principle was put had it not been for a wife a voice that encouraged them to do right and a wife sprayer that sounded louder than the clamor partisanship Why my friends the right suffrage As we men exercise it seeing to to a feeble thing. You a Christian Man come up to the ballot Box and you drop your vote. Right after you comes a libertine a Sot a the scouring the Street and he drops his vote and his vote counteracts yours. But if in the quiet Home life a daughter by her Christian Demeanour a wife by her Industry a Mother by her faithfulness casts a vote in the right direction then nothing can resist it and the influence that vote will throb through the eternities. My chief anxiety then is not that woman has other rights accorded her but that she by the Grace god Rise up to the appreciation the glorious rights Sho already possesses. This morning 1 shall Only have time to speak one grand and All absorbing right that every woman has and that is to make Home Happy. That realm no one has Ever disputed with her. Men May come Home at noon at night and they Tarry a comparatively Little while but she All Day Long governs it beautifies it sanctifies it. It is within her Power to make it the most attractive place 011 Earth. It is the Only Calm Harbor in this world. You know As Well As i do that this outside world and the business world is a Long scene Jostle and Contention. The Man who has a Dollar struggles to keep it the Man who has it not struggles to get. It. Prices up. Prices Down. Losses. Gains. Misrepresentations. Gouging. Underselling. Buyers depreciating salesmen exaggerating. Tenants seeking less rent landlords demanding More. Gold fidgety struggles about offic. Men who Are in trying to keep in men out trying to get in. Slips. Tumbles. Deal cations. Panics. Catastrophes. O woman thank god you have a Home and that you May be Queen in it. Better be there than Wear victorians Coronet. Better be there than carry the purse a Princess. our abode May be Humble but you can by your Faith in god and your cheerfulness Demeanour gild it with splendours Sulci As an upholsterers hand never yet kindled. There Are abodes in the City Humble two stories four a papered rooms undesirable neighbourhood and yet there is a Man Here this morning who would die that threshold rather than surrender it. Why it is his Home. Whenever he thinks it he thinks he sees Angels god hovering around it. The ladders heaven Are let Down to that House. Over the child a rough crib there Are the chanting Angels As those that broke Over Bethlehem. It is Home. These children May come up after awhile and they May win High position and they May have an affluent residence but they will not until their dying Day forget that Humble roof under which their father rested and their Mother Sang and their Sisters played. Of if you would gather up All tender memories All the lights and shades t e heart All banqueting and reunions All filial fraternal paternal and conjugal affections and you had Only just four letters with which to spell out that height and depth and length and breadth and magnitude and eternity meaning you would with streaming eyes and trem bling voice and agitated hand write out in those four living capitals to me. What right does woman want that is grander than to be Queen in such a re uru Why the eagles heaven can not by across Thrett Dok Niiori. Idiots is panting and with lathered flanks Are not so gift enough to run to Tho outpost that realm. They say that the Sun never sets upon Tho English Empire but 1 have to Tell you that 011 this realm Wom afis influence eternity never Marks any bound. Isabella fled from the Spanish throne put sued by the nations anathema but she who is Queen in a Home will never lose her throne and death itself will Only be the annexation heavenly principalities. When you want to get your Grandes idea a Queen you do not think Catharine Russia Anne England Marie Theresa Germany but when you want to get your grandest idea a Queen you think the Plain woman who sat opposite your father at the table walked with him Arm in Arm Down life a pathway sometimes to the thanksgiving Bank it sometimes to the grave but always together soothing your Petty Griefs correcting your childish waywardness joining in your infantile sports listening to your evening prayers toiling for you with Needle at the spinning wheel and 011 Eold nights wrapping you up snug and warm. And Thea at last that Day when she Lay in Tho Back room dying and you saw her take those thin hands with which she toiled for you so Long and put them together in a dying prayer that commended you to the god whom she had taught you to Trust Osho was the Queen the Chariot god came Down to fetch her and As she went in All heaven Rose up. You can not think her now without a Rush tenderness that stirs the deep foundations your soul and you feel As much a child again As when you cried her Lap and if you could bring her Back to speak just once Moro your name As tenderly As she used to speak it you would to willing to throw yourself the ground and kiss the so l that covers her crying a Mother Mother a a she was the Queen she was the Queen now can you Tell me How Many thousand Miles a woman like that would have to travel Down before she got to the ballot Box compared with this work training Kings and Queens for god and eternity How insignificant scents All this work voting for aldermen and common councilmen and sheriffs and constables and mayors and presidents to make one such grand woman As i have described How Many thousands would you want those people who go in the round godliness and fashion Aud dissipation distorting their bodies until in their monstrosities they seem to outdo the dromedary and Hippopotamus going As toward disgraceful apparel As they dare go so As not to be arrested by the police their behaviour a sorrow to the Good and a caricature to the vicious and an insult to that god who made them women and not gorgons and tramping Down through a frivolous and dissipated life to temporal and eternal damnation woman with the lightning your soul strike dead at your feet All these allurements to dissipation and to fashion. Your immortal soul can not be fed upon such garbage. God Calls you up to Empire and Dominion. Will you have it give to god your heart give to god your Best energies give to god All your culture give to god All your refinement give yourself to him for this world and the next. Soon All these Bright eyes will be quenched and these voices will be hushed. For the last time you will look upon this fair Earth. Fathers hand Mother s hand Sisters hand child a hand will be no More in yours. It will be night and there will come up a cold wind from the Jordan and you must Start. Will it be a Lone woman a trackless Moor a no. Jesus will come up in that hour and offer his hand and he will say a you stood by me when you were Well now i will not desert you when you Are one wave his hand and Tho storm will drop and another wave his hand and Midnight shall break into Ini noon and another wave his hand and the chamberlains god will come Down from the treasure House heaven with Robes Lustrous blood washed and heaven glinted in which you will array yourself for the marriage supper the Lamb. And then with Miriam who struck the Timbrel the item sea and with Deborah who led the lords Host into the fight and with Hannah who gave her Samuel to the lord and with Mary who rocked Jesus to sleep while there were Angels singing in the air and with Florence Nightingale who bound up the Battle wounds Crimea you will from the chalice god drink to the souls eternal Rescue. One Twilight after i had been playing with the children for some time i Laid Down the lounge to rest. The children said a play children always want to play More. And half asleep and half awake i seemed to dream this dream it seemed to me that i was in a Distant land not Persia although Moro than Oriental Luxuriance crowned the cities nor the tropics although More than tropical fruitfulness filled the gardens nor Italy although More than italian softness filled the air. Aud 1 wandered around looking for thorns and Nettles but i found none them grew there. And i walked Forth and i saw the Sun Rise and i said a when will it set again a and the Sun Sank not. And i saw All Tho people in Holiday apparel and i said a when will they put Workingman s garb again and delve in the mine and swelter at the forge a but neither garments nor the Robes did they put off. And i wandered in the suburbs and i said a where Dot they Bury the dead this great City a and i looked along by the Hills where it would be the most Beautiful for the dead to sleep and 1 saw castles and towns and settlements but not a mausoleum nor Monument nor White slab could i Sec. And i went into the great Chapel the town and i said a where do the poor worship where Are Trio benches which they sit a and a voice answers a we have no poor in this great and 1 wandered out seeking to find the place where were the hovels the destitute and i found mansions Amber and Ivory and Gold but 110 tear did i see sigh hear. I was bewildered and i sat under the Shadow a great tree and i said a what am i and whence came All this a and at that moment there came from among the leaves skipping up the flowery paths and across the sparkling Waters a very Bright and sparkling group and when 1 saw their step i knew it and when i heard their voices 1 thought i knew them but their apparel was so different from any thing 1 had Over seen i bowed a stranger to strangers. But after awhile when they clapped their hands and shouted a Welcome Welcome a the mystery was solved and 1 saw that time had passed and that eternity had come and that god had gathered us up into a higher Home and i said a Are we All Here a and the voices innumerable generations answered a fall Here a and while tears gladness were raining Down our Cheeks and the branches the Lebanon Cedars were clapping their hands and the towers the great City were chiming their Welcome we began to laugh and sing and leap and shout a Home Home Home a then i Felt a child a hand my face and it woke me. Tho children wanted to play More. Children always want to play More. A a Pride ancestry. Some sensible comments a harmless human weakness. We All belong to a very old our ancestry goes Back to u Remote Post. We All had forefathers. The beggar and the Prince Are alike in this that neither the one nor the other can have come into being without progenitors. The question is what sort wore they from whom we Are sprung and whether they were men to be proud men to shame their posterity. The Iees the base and wicked with bad blood in their veins say about their ancestors and the less trouble they take in discovering their descent the bettor for themselves and those who came before them. Why should we put record the villainy our forefathers but the Pride race is a legitimate and honorable Pride if we can boast the prowess the Wisdom the nobleness the heroism the patriotism the self sacrifice those w Ith whom the tie kinship unites us from generation to generation. They Are to be envied whose sires were envied because they were and deserved to be held in Honor. But a Mere a family tree which see Forth How one John Smith w As the son John Smith and he a William and he a Thomas till the Eye and the Eye Only to carried up to a Gilbert de Smitt a who came in with the conqueror a is about As silly and worthless a fabrication As a Man need desire to have hanging up in his Hall. Accordingly it is never enough to invent the names his forefathers unless he can in vent some thing which May redound to their in Evilio. That textile. Fashion letter. Styles g it was largely dependent upon the fabrics which they Are made sleeves Aud jackets. Special new York correspondence the style the gown the present depend very much More than Ever before the fabric which it is made. Thus the Rich corded Silks Pompadour brocades Aud families with wide velvet stripes Are employed for the full straight Kirts und raped and a looped Are now High Fash Ion among the array elegant gov is worn at the various watering places. And in contrast Are the Dainty foulard India Silks. Kindred soft pliable Surah and satins Whill level themselves to the intricate folds and drawings not appropriate to heavier fabrics. Plain moire undershirts Are elegantly worn under Long French polonaises with bodice and tunic India Cashmere Tricot camels hair and like textiles and also for dress occasions in conjunction with corded silk Farries. Black watered silk composed an uncommonly Rich costume lately worn at Long Branch bloc made up in combination with rom an Redl India cloth As time Aud sheer As mailing hut not transparent in Ako the red fabric formed a Marta Antoinette bodice and tunic Over the Blac moire skirt this material being Superb in Lustre and Quality. The bodice portion and. Sleeves were magnificently decorated with Jet Bead embroideries in arabesque designs. Another stylish gown was made Terra Cotta moire this forming the skirt with Long draperies and bodice palest Amber Laco figured with delicate Flowers in terracotta surrounded by tiny leaves in Green and gof4_ Alan the late summer gowns lace Are made up without linings to that they can be worn Over silk slips various colors. Tho scares unlined lace Are first sewed up the outside then turned and a second seam made inside exactly As Muslin underwear is finished. This fashion will be followed for some seasons to come for the reason that great variety can be Given to the one i aeon toilet by the use the slips Many different tints. In fashioning autumn tailor gowns there is an unusual variety styles. Views Many these new and Natty creations Are Given at the show rooms v Art de. La Mode. Stylish and novel polonaises Are shown to be made up Hii Dusome checked Light Wool suiting Over skirts velvet moire. Long russian tunics with draperies revealing the Liem the under dress front and Back Are to be made camels hair Serge in solid colors with Over skirts Plush striped Serge a deeper Shade. Although there Are a few skirts a ranged in fish wife fashion and Short Louis Xiv. Styles most the draperies Are very Long in effect leaving both sides the skirt in evidence from the hips Down. Tho Hack drapery is adjusted by Means extra deep plaits some which fasten to the Back the Belt the Corsage so High Are they raised. It is thus allowed to cover entirely the Back the underskirt is slashed up to the tour Nure disclosing portions the handsome underskirt. One Model worthy mention Haji an Odd flirt wish Waist made velvet and Beng Aline Stripe Matching the skirt fabric. The Waist is finished with a wide velvet Bojt and the Bishop sleeve Are made be Galines Matching the fabric composing the drapery and the two wide Side panels. This Model is Here illustrated another creation also shown is a Graceful autumn costume to be made silk Warp Serge and velvet striped faille. The a is 11 very unique hungarian polonaise fastening diagonally from the Belt the upper portion the front the bodice part Cut away Over a Grimpe the Stripe. The Cut portion is not removed but is turned Back and faced with the Stripe. There Are Many kinds sleeves in Wear this season. The full Bishop style gathered into a velvet cuff is growing in favor daily. Buffed sleeves Are without end and a new leg Mutton Model is shown with head silk embroidery at the top and around Tho wrists. The real italian sleeve is much used with artistic dress and also upon children s picturesque gowns. Persian colors Are largely employed for indoor dresses. These Are combined with velvet with elegant effect the bodice and sleeves to these charming toilets being the special joint decorative study. There appears to he a tendency to lengthen jackets for the autumn and to make them More even lengths All around but the Jaunty jacket with Short Hack is Likely to remain As Long As aggressive Turnure is. Worn. New jackets May he Jersey fitting Only a three quarters snug with slightly Loose fronts adjusted by a single Dart. Very Many single breasted Coats Are brought out but most these have revers turned Back 011 each Side a Vest is inserted which May he quite Plain a soft fabric gathered like a Blouse a Graceful Stylo also pictured above. The Points at the front Are extra Long making the jacket an excellent one for Short waisted persons. There is a Shorter pointed Waistcoat that May Button up the Back under the jacket if desired. Caps Are added to the coat sleeves and the Collar is High military style. There Are Many lapped jackets with fancifully shaped fronts partly Diagonal and Curtly . E. A thought Otten makes Jet . Us hotter than refined Courtesy. A treasure possessed Only by in Fly a bred and cultivated persons. A refined Courtesy manner is one the works a highly bred and cultivated person. It is the outcome a kindly heart and considerate feelings but it is also something More than this. It is the Case conscious dignity an expression an intellect sure its own position and standing without need self assertion conceit. It Lias in it the element endurance for none but those to whom the minor troubles life Are trifles indeed can pm courteous under the mosquitoes bites physical and mental annoyances without outwardly being ruffled and disturbed. It implies the most perfect self control lest one be thrown from his equipoise by sudden and unlocked for surprises. And it is in its most perfect form Trio exotic a lower the highest civilization which it has taken generations wealth and Sterling virtue to produce. It can not he counterfeited nor reproduced except by inherited growth by grafting wild Stock firm and vigorous Liber. But once started in it4 cultivation it will repay the most generous outlay time and Rich feeding helpful alike to both owner and Christian at work. A miss Louise Chandler Moulton has lately visited . Oscar Wilde in London. A the a apostle the Beautiful has a she says a a pretty wife and a pretty House. I found his Dainty Cream coloured dining room especially attractive. I think it must be an original design this White room White Walls White chairs White cabinets a White shelf a foot wide running around the Walls at a convenient height not a Trace color anywhere save in the rare Glass and China and the Flowers and fruit the Well spread table. Oscar Wilde tells the Best stories any one i know and the Only fault i could find with sonic he told was that they were too Good to be cargo tribune.--0 a. A a Well dressed coloured gentleman a by a ought to go Down to de races Sam in be bin Dah and look at me a same dilapidated a a Date a de curios St to ing yet Way Sab i be been Dah ,

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