The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on March 19, 1892 · Page 1
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I statue of the republic at fair will be a female figure feet high. gagement -i recemUy atmounc d «)rk are those of Minn Emily daughter of, Mrs. . Hpnry A DE-Yatenlino •Molt, anil o Wright, of Hctnpiten'i, I- I. Tailor, of New York. op Whipple, of Minnesota, has just [lit bia first tarpon in Flori. n wutpir, local papers con'uin jocular iefer- i» previoua luecess US a Usher ol biabop in e.i.e of I lie most p: p- ettern churchmen, a modified Biabop Brooks in mental and irtb. The recent triul of the teuton Miantonouioh, in Gardner's oral of the officers were rendered the concussion, bursting their eardrum*. The old rule for preserving the dram of the ear intact during the firing of heavy guns seems to have been fui gotten. "The rule was: "Keep the mouth slightly or the lips apart, during firing, so there may be equal pressure on ouch tide of the ear-drum." A ruptured oar 'drum <s more than a temporary accident, which time, pain and patience will cure; ($long calamity that can and open, ihatt it; it THE CEDAR OF LEBANON. Rev. T. DeWltt Talmage Likens Jesus Unto It. Hamilton, $150,000 Quigley, $100,000;| Uouleluin, i are to judge by the claims made ; little. Chili for duniages, the crew Baltimore must contain soiue highly le specimens of humanity. The that bare been filed in tho state department at Washington asking for reparation . include cluiuiB aggregating •8,606,000. The claims are as follows False imprisonment unci assault, John MoAdam, 120,000; John Dowley, $30,000; Andy Borile, »30,000; O. Weiland, 180,000. Very gravo injuries: Jor'-miub Anderson, 950,000; John 80,000; George Painter, iously injured: Joseph 9,000; John Mutride, illiam Locey, $100,000; M. ,000; William Cauliield, 875,000; P. dams, $75,000; James M. Juhtsou, John Koouey. $75,000; James . $60,000; ,F. Clifford, $60,000; N, Tel ^twr^.tOOj^ F.J1. Smith, •60,000; Warren Brown! $60,000; R.-J Hodges, $50,000; John Butler, $50,000; C. C. Williams, $50,000. False imprisonment and light assault: John W. Groese, $40,000; (John Gallagher, $40,000; C. H Gttthe, $40,000; W. Sullivan, $40,000; Andrew Gibson, $40,000; S. W. Cook, $80,000; Michael Cunningham, $30,000; Peter O'Neill, $30,000; Peter Johnson, 180,000; Alfred Pfeffer, $30,000; Adolph SwanBOn, $80,000. If those worthies can only make Chili appreciate their import- UN, they will be able to throw up their present jobs of "$15 n month and found " and live in ease the lemainder of their days. IIU Arms or Iioro, I.Ike the Cedar's Branches, are Rpreail Ont to Enfold and Shelter the Weary— Whosoever Will alar Come. The following' discourse wns delivered by Rev. T. DevVltt Talmage in tho Brooklyn tabernacle, the text being: A goodly cedar, and under It Rball dwell all (owl of evory wing.—EzoMol xvil.,a>. The cednr of Lebanon is u royal tree. It stands six thousand foot above tho level of the sea. A missionary counted the concentric circles and found one tree three thousand flvo hundred yeurs old—long-rooted, brond-branched, all the year In luxuriant foliage. Tho same branches that bent in the hurricane that David sow sweeping over Lebanon, rock to -day over tho head of the American traveler. This monarch of tho forest, with its leafy fingers, plucks tho honors of a thousand years and sprinkles them upon its own uplifted brow, ns though some grout hallelujah of Heaven had boon planted upon Lebanon, and It were rising up with all its long-armed strength to take hold of the hills whence it came Ohl what a fine place for birds to nest inl In hot days they come thither—the Jhglo. tho dove7"tifc ^>S;low7 tho sparrow and the raven. There is to many of us. a complete fascination in the structure and habits of Virus. They seem not more of earth ,000; PEBSOXA.L, ALLUSIONS. -\ . President Harrison is to attend the ban• quel of U. 8. Grant post G. A. R., which '. will bo given on Wednesday, April 27, in ; commemoration of the birthday of General U. 8. Grant, at the Union L*. ague club Brooklyn. # • * •> The publio portrits ot Mrs. Douc;n, lb* '.unhappy heroine of the Cannes tragedy 'rooall in a Btriking_way^the pictures of whose" iovB"-for tho i Rudolph caused her death, jteworthy resemblanco in the f head, the arrangement of the (tile eyes and the curl of the eye bvemor and Mrs. Peek aro at the Eb l^house, Washington. After a few days ifwill go on to Fortress Monroe, lhey ^traveling for the benefit of Mrs. Peck's illhV '11 Easter wedding in Wusbiugton will t of Miss Etta Brewer, daughter of ate Justice Brewer, of the smpremo L with JameB Ktirrick, of Boston. ^Grand /)uke cf Hesse, the queen's w«, who ia reported to be dying, sensation in 1884, by marrying Kalomine, the beautiful divorced if of a Russian ircrctory of legation at the Heusinn capital, Two i afterward the marriuge wns dis (d by divorce mid Mine. Kalomine Icitated Countess von Ronirod, re lining also a gilt of $100,000 and the •umnce of an annua] pension of $5,000 than Heaven—ever vacillating between the two. O No wonder that Audubon, with his gun, trnraped through all of the American forests, in search of new specimens. Geologists have spent years in finding the truck of a bird's claw in tho now red sundstono. There is onough of God's architecture in u snipe's bill or a grouse's foot to confound all the universities. Musicians havo, with clefs and bars, tried to oatch the sound of tho nightingale, and robin. Among the llrst tilings that a child notices, is a swallow at tho eaves; and grandfather goes out with a handful of qruinbs to feed the snow-birds. The Ulble Is full of ornithological allusions. Tho birds of the Bible aro not dead, and stuifed, like those of the museum, but living birds, with fluttering wings and plumage. "Behold the fowls of the air," says Christ. 'Though thou exalt thyself ns the eagle and though thou set thy nest among the stars, thenco will I bring thee down," oxeluiras Obndiah. Gavest thou the; goodly wings unto the peacocks?" says Job. David de- soribes his desolation by saying: "I am like a polican of the wilderness; i am like an owl of the desert; I watch, and um as a sparrow alone upon the housetop." "Yea, the stork in the heaven knoweth her appointed time; and the turtle and tho crune and tho awallow observe tho time of their coming; but my people know not the judgment of the Lord"—so says Joreraiah. Ezelciel in ray text intimates thet Christ is the cedar, and the people iron? all quarters nre the birds that lodge among tho branches. "It shall bo a goodly cedar, and under it shall dwell all fowl of evory wmg." As in Eze- kid's time, us now—Christ is a goodly cedar, and to Him are flying all kinds of people—young and old, rich and poor; men high-soaring as the eagle, those fierce as the raven, and those gentle as the dove. "All fowl of evory wing." First, the young may come. Of the eighteen hundred and ninety-two years that havo passed since Christ came, about sixteen hundred havo been wasted by the good in misdirected effort Until Robert Rnikes came there was no organized effort for saving the young. We spend all our strength trying to bend trees, when a little pressure would have beon sufficient for the sapling. We lot man go dsyrn to the very bottom of sin before wertF»-t0.11ft.them up. It Is a great deal easier to keep a train on the track than to get it on when it is off. The experienced relnsman oheckB the fiery steed at the first jump, for when he gets in full swing, the swift hoofs olioking fire from the pavement and the bit between hi* teeth, his momentum ia irresistible. It is said that the young men must be allowed sow their "wild oats." I have notieod that those who BOW their wildcats seldom try to raise any other kind of crop. There are two opposite destinies. If you are going to Heaven you had better take the atraight road, and not try to go to Boaton by the way of New Orleans. What is to be the history of this multitude of young pooplo around me today? I will tain you by the hand and show you a glorious sunrise. I will not whine about this thing, nor groan about it; but come, young men and maidens, Jesus wants you. His hand la love; His voice Is music; Hla smile is Heaven. Religion will put no handcuffs on your wrist, no hopples on your feet, no brand on yonr forehead man or woman to nave grown om without religion. Their taste is gone. The peach and grape have lost their flavor. They say that somehow fruit docs not taste as It used to. Their hearing igeta defective, and they miss n great deal that is Bald in their presence. Their friends have all gone, and eve ,7body seems so strange. The world seems to go away from them, and they are left all alone. The^r begin to fool in the way when you come into tho room where they arc, and they move their chair nervously and say: "1 hopo I am not in the way." Alas! that father and mother should over be in the way. When you wero sick, and they sat up all night rocking you, singing to you, administering to you, did thoy think that you wero in the way? Are you tired of the old people? Do you •nap thura up quick and sharp? You will bo cursed to the bono for your in- gratitudo nnd unklndness. Ohl It is hard to bo old without religion—to foel this world going away, and nothing hotter coming. If there be any here who havo gone far on without Christ, I address you differentially. You havo found this n tough world for old people. Alas! to have uelics and pains, and no Christ to soothe them. I want to givo you a enno better than the one you lean on. It is the cano that the Bible speaks of, when it says: "Thy rod and thy staff, they comfort mo." I want to givo you better spectacles titan those yon_nmvJaul£»t }(^iflj £fJj j tt 'ili tho spiritual "eyesight of Divino grace. Christ will not think that you are in the way. Docs your head tremble, with palsy of old ago? Lay in on Christ's bosom. Do you feel lonely to destroy a bird's nest, but (tenth docs not hesitate to destroy one. There was a beautiful nest in tho next street. Lovingly the parents brooded over it. There were two or three llttlo robins in the nest. The scarlet fever thrust its hot hands into the nest, and the birds are.gone. Only those are Bafc who havo their nests in tho goodly codar. They hang over them "the feathorB of the Almighty." Oh! to havo tlioso soft, warm, eternal wings stretched over ust Let the storm bent, and tho branches of the cedar toss on the wind—no danger. When & storm comes you can Bee tho birds flying to tho woods. Ere the storm of death comes down let us fly to the goodly cedar. Of what great varieties Heaven will be made upl There come men who once were hard and cruel, and desperate in wickedness, yet now, soft nnd changed by grace, they come into glory: "All fowl of every wing." And here they come, the children who were reared in loving homo circles, flocking through tho gates of life: "All fowl of every wing." These wero white, and came from northern homes; these were black, and ascended from southern plantations; these were copper- colored, and went up from Indian reservations: "All fowl of every wing." So God gathers them up. It ia astonishing how easy it is for a good soul to enter Heaven. A prominent man in home one afternoon, lay down on the lounge, and said: "It U time for ma to two Philadelphia weAl^auiate in Indiana. THE LATEST NEWS. GENERAL NOTES. NAI'A, Cat., was shaken by an earthquake Suuday. A PROMINENT young clergyman of HUB sell, Iowa, was Btricken blind in the pulpit Sunday. ONK hundred und fifty employes of the Pioneer Fireproof Construction conipuuy, at Ottawa, are on a strike. FIIED DOUGLAS has accepted the position offered him by the government of Hayti as its representative ut the world's fair. A TKiuuiu.E severe storm pursed all over the northwest, damaging considerable property. WILLIAM LINDKB, the millionaire miller of St. Paul, is dead, ut tho age of 57 years. A STATK bank has been organized at Chapin, III., with a capiial stock of $250,000. AT Bnltimore, Professor Nicholus Crouch, author of the popular song, "Kathleen Mavournccn," is dying. BISHOP BELL, of Carthagenu, Columbia, promises to send a bell 788 years old for exhibition at the worla's fair. RKIMIKSBNTATIVB men of the people's party und the prohibitionists, have agreed that the two organizations shall amul- I went through tho heaviest snow pliam Wirt Henry, of Richmond, is etorm I have ever known to see a dying be a grandson, though it would girl- 'Her cheek on the pillow was aa I'M if he must be a groat-grandson, of white as the snow on the casement tick Henry. He is a lawyer and an H«'w»nd lwge e ye had not lost any gsny. '„ .. ... .. .. of Its luster. Loved one* stood all ^ty on al matters portaging to the mround tha bed| ti,tor to MU h«r pol Virginia. ^ ^ baok. Her mother could not give her HAWiiv.iL. u u i. i, , up; and one nearer to her than either mm* wo'hi would perhaps after all be j&er or mother was frantic with »»PPy if > ls various parts were as grief. I said; "Fanny, how do you d>ly separated as in the good old days feel?" "Ohl" she said, "happy! happy! |w to the telegraph, the lightning ex- Mr Talmage, tell all the young folka and the swift-speeding steamer, that religion will make them happy." i-m quarters of the globe come almost f* l™** ou * of th " room ,' loud V , \, ... t , , OJ i Wlof the sobs and waillnga of grief. P i<«l>«Montwotale«of woman'sinBdel- heMdt l.e clear, sweet, glad voice of of bloody homicide by an out- the dying girl: "Good night; we shall tihAuband.- It was but a few days meet again on the other aide of the jit (Ut American killed a Fw nc h ««!• *;»»•»«".• The next Sabbath we buried I^WJfeV obttMbw st a foreign W ° ^ r ??! htfl « w * » nd SJ^^&WJ ,. • . laid them on the coffin. There waa, lit IW^and now conies he atory of ^ iUi flrowJed oh „ rohi bnt QM r ^ ly „4r>#f W »« English swell in far off happy and delighted face, and that w»» ^bjrjanolhfr American whose honor the facie of Fanuy. Ohl I wl»h that Muulted, Scarcely a day paasoa now my Lord Jesus would go through \mtw of crime is »ot re- *h« »udIenoe, and take all tl»ew flow• then or elsewhere, and when ?*• oi J 0 "*"' * n * them on Hl» •.^wworeliewherei and when brow . The m „ to » fit refuge for ^milm WW, the hor- bird. 0 f britlbtoBt plumage »i»d awWt- Jty «»«»t * Tftplfi tit wmg. B M, they ft>! tbay ftjrl "All |e njidjiJgbi murder by'.U M. ftwl Ot *T#nr ^.toffS •-vitlfanHnliU. hy IQlly," Again; I remark that tbe old may I erpteW) WPtaot^ be 1» Mind, mm** now that you companions nnd children are gone? I think Christ has them. They are safe in His keeping. Vory soon ne will take you where they are. I tako hold of your arm and try to lead you to a place where you can put down all your burden. Go with me. Only a llttlo while longer, und your Bight will oome again, and your henr- ing will oome again, and with tho strength of an immortal athlete yoxi will step on the pavement of Heaven. No crutches In Uenvcn; no sleepless nightB In Heaven; no cross looks for old people. Dwelling thure for ages, no one will say: "Father, you know nothing about this; stop back, you are in the way." Oh, how many dear old folks Jesus has put to sleep! How sweetly He has closed their eyes! llow gently folded their arms! How He has put His hand on their silent hearts and said: "Rest now, tired pilgrim. It is all over. Tho tears will never start again. Hush! hush!" So, llo gives His beloved sleep. I think the most beautiful objoet on earth is an old Christian—tho hair white, not with the frosts of winter, but the blossoms of life. I never feel sorry for a Christian old man. Why feel sorry for those I upon whom the glories of the eternal world are about to burst? They are going to the goodly cedar. Though their wings are heavy with ago, God shall renew their strength liko tho eagle, and thoy shall make their nest in the cedur. "All fowl of every wing." Again: The very bad, tho outrageously sinful, may come. Men talk of the grace of Uod as though it wero BO many yards long and so many yards deep. People point to the dying thief as an encourugemont to tho sinner. How much bettor it would be to point to pur own ease and Bay: "If God saved us He can save anybody." There may be those here who never had one earnest word Baid to them about their souls. Consider me as putting ray hand on your shoulder and looking in your eyes. God has been good to you. You ask: "How do you know that? He has been very hard on me." "Where did you come from?" "Home." "Then you have a home. Have you over thanked God for your homo? Have you children?" "Yes." "Havo you over thanked God for your children? Who keeps them safe? Wore you over tiok?" ."Yes." "Who made you well? Have you been fed every day? Who feeds you? Put your hand on your pulse. Who makes it throb? Listen to the respiration of your lungs. Who helps you to breathe? Have you a Bible in the house, spreading before you tbe future life? Who gave you that Bible?" Oh! It baa been a Btoiy of goodness and meroy all the way through. You have been one of God's pet children. Who fondled you, and .oaressed you, and loved you? And when you went astray, and wanted to come baok, did He ever refuse? I know of a father who, after his son oame baok the fourth time, said: "No, I forgave you three times, but I will never forgive you again." And the son went off and <U«d. But God takes back His children the thousandth time as cheerfully as the first As easily as with my hand- kerehlef I strike the dust off a book, God will wipe out all your sins. There are hospitals for , 'incurables." When men are hopelessly sick, they are sent there. Thank GodI there is no hospital for spiritual incurables. Though you had the worst leprosy that ever struck a soul, your flesh shall oome again like tho flesh of a little child. O, this meroy of Godl I am told it Is an ooean. Then I place on it four swift-sailing craft, with compass and eharts, and ohoioe rigging and skillful navigators, and I tell them to launoh away and discover for me the extent of this ocean. That oruft puts out in one direotlon, and sails to the north; this craft to the south; this to the east; this to the west. They crowd on all their oanvass and sail ten thousand years, and one day oome up the harbor of Heaven, and I shout to them from the beach, "Have you found the shore,?" and thoy answer; "No shore to God's meroy!" Swift angels, dispatched . from the throne, attempt to go across it. For one million years they fly and fly, but then come baolf and fold their wlugs at the foot ot the throne, and cry! "No shore, no shore to God's moroy I" Morcyl Meroy I Moroy! I sing it I preach it, I pray lb., Here I find i man bound bund and foot to the devil, but with one stroke of the hammer of God's truth the chains fall off and he is free forever, Meroy I Meroyl Mercy! There is no depth it can not fathom, there Is' no height it can notsoale, there is no infinity it can not compass, I take my stand under this goodly cedar and see Um flocks flying hither.. They are torn with' tbe shut of temptation aM 'wounded, and sick, and, soarrsd Hnm - f " h » fc *',wl^ ( }Wflbeak; someone^ ..." i;.- was\.-ry ii'ji'ii. 11 is daughter .aid to bin;: 'Are you sick?" lie snlcl: "No; but it is time for ine to go. Have John put it in two of the morning papers, that my friends may know that I am gone. Gooil-by;" nnd as quick an that, God bud taken him. It is easy to go when tho time comes. There aro no ropes thrown out to pull us ashore; there are no laddors let down to pull us ashore; Christ comes, and takes us by the hand, nnd says: "You have had enough of this; come up higher." Do you hurt a lily when you pluck it? Is there any rudeness whon Jesus touches the cheek, and the red rose of health whitens into the lily of immortal purity nnd gladness? When autumn comes and tho giant of tho woods smites his anvil, and the leafy sparks fly on the autumnal gale then there will he thousands of birds gathering in the tree at the corner of tho field, just before departing to warmer climes, and they will enll and sing until the branches drop with the melody There Is a better clime for us, and 'by and by we shall migrate. We gather in the brandies of the goodly cedar in preparation for departure. You heard our voices in the opening song; you will hear them In the closing song—voices good, voices bad, voices happy, voices distressful "all fowl of evory wing." Hy and by we shall be gone. If all of this audience be saved—as I hope they will by— I see them entering into life. Some have had It hard, some have had It easy. Some were brilliant, some were dull. Some were rocked by pious parentage, others have had their infantile cheeks scalded with the tears of some woe. Some orawled. as it were, Into the Kingdom on their hands and knees, and some seemed to enter in chariots* of flaming lire. Those fell from a ship's mast, these were crushed in n mining disaster. Thoy are God's singing birds now. No gun of huntsman shall shoot them down. Thoy gather ou the trees of life and fold their wings on the branches, and, far away from frosts nnd winds, and night, they sing until the hills are flooded with joy and tho skies drop music, and the arches of pearhsend back tho echoes —"All fowl of every wing." Bonolil the saints bolovou ot Goil, Washed aro tholr robes In Josus' blood Brighter thnn nngolti; lo. they shine. Their glories splondld and sublime. Through tribulation groat thoy oame, Thoy bore tho cross and acornod tho shame; Now, In tho henvonly tempest blost, With God they dwell; on Him they rest. While everlasting agoa roll, Btornsl love shall feast tholr soul, And scenes ot bliss, fovover now, Rise In Biiocossion to thoir view. A FIRK in BloomGeld, lona, Friday night laid waste tbe whole south side of the public square, causing damage amounting to $203,000. THREE children of William Briccoe's were drowned in thr Red river, in Texas, while the father was trying to drive across the river with thcni. AT a mine near Auroi-A, Mo., as .], H Daugblery, one of the owners, descended the shnft, un unexploded shot wont off, blowing bini to piece.". BY an e»plo;iou in Revenue tunnel, near Ouray, Col., Grunt Robinson und Patrick Maloney were killed, and Patrick Hums futally injured. FlliE at Bedford, lnd.,Surday morning destroyed about $40,000 worlh of pmr-crtj on the south side of the public t-quitru. Miss JENNIE BRUNKU, of Pellvillc. Ky., aged 18 years, was bun»d lo dep'b Situr- duy, her clothing have taken fire at av open grate. ON Thursday morning, Cmdiicttr Mo- Gill and Brakeman Myi rs wer.; inituutl • killed iu u colli-ionnn tbe Big Four mil road, near Acton, lnd. Fins destroyed a six-t-tory buiding ii Chicago Wedmsday, ciu-ing a lo>s o' $125,000. Among the irinc'inl firniK occupying the buildintr wtro th» Chicago Paste company, the American Fruit company and tbo Costello oinpany. L'ON'GKESS. TUESDAY , March 8. SENATE :—The Bjbring sci nrb'trniion Senator TTiTCBTiroTia-T^ n " 11 rsferred. becoming impatient «ver tbe delay of the I Stanfo75>rf4»iroduced a meosuso to in supreme officers in settling with the defaulting treasurer, M. J. O'Brien. THE corner stone of tbe new $70,000 Natural History building of the University of Illinois, at Champaign, was laid Wednesday. Ex SENATOR JOHN C, NEWMYER, of Pennsylvania, suddenly became insane Friday, while on a railwuy train. JOUN WORSLEY, one of the] early settlers of Winnebago county, died at Rockford, III., on Monduy, aged 92 years. BUTTER was Btcady and a little lower on the Elgin board of trade Monday. Prices ranged from 27 to 29 cents. One year ago 34 and 35 cents was the quotations. IT is stntoil at the white house and at the state department that there is no truth in the rumor that Egan will be trausferred from Chili to Bru'/.il. MRS. POTTER PALMER, president of tbe board of lady managers of tbe world's Columbian exposition, made an argument before tbe world's fair committee Friday in avor of «n additional appropriation of $10,000 to complete the work mapped out by the women's department. A SARATOGA CO. MIRACLE, Helpless for Years and From Hospitals as curable. Excluded Iu- Tho Remarkable Experience of Chas. Qnant v Investigated by an Albany (N. Y.) Jonrnal Reporter. A Story of Surpassing Interest. FOREIGN. OLD AUNT PEGGY. She Wan Never Ooius; to Quit tier Good Old Master. When the war was over, old Aunt Pe^- gy went to Monsieur, and said: "Massa, I ain't never gwine to quit yer. I'm gittin' ole an 1 feeble, an' my days in few in dis heah Ian' o' sorrow .an' ain. All I axes is a H'le co'ner whar I ken set down an' wait peaceful fu' de 'en Monsieur and madame were very much touched at this mark of affection and fidelity from Aunt Peggy. So, in the goneral reconstruction of the plantation wbioh immediately followed the surrender a nice cabip, pleasantly appointed, was set apart for the old woman. Madame did not oven forget tbe very oomfortablo rocking-chair in which Aunt Peggy might ''set down," us she herself eipressed it, W wait fu'' do en'." Shu has been rocking ever since. At intervals of about two years Aunt Peggy bobbles up to the house, and delivers the stereotyped address which has become more than familiar: 'Mistress, l's come to take a las' look at you all. Lo' me look at you good. La' me look at de ohillun—de big ohillun an' de ii'le ohillun, Le' me look at de piotera an' de photygraphts an' de piany an' eve'ything 'to' its too late. One eye is done gone, an' de udder's a-gwine fas'. Any uio'niu' yo' po' ole Aunt Peggy gwlhe wake up on* fin' herse'f stone- bline." Alter such a visit Aunt Peggy invariably returns to her oabin with a generously filled apron. The scruple, which monsieur one time felt iu supporting a woman for' so many years in idleness has entirely disappeared. Of late bis attitude towards Aunt Peggi is simply one of profound astonishment —wonder at tbe surprising age which an old black woman may attain when she sets her mind to it, tor Aunt Peggy is a hundred and twenty-five, so she aayu. It may no- be true, however. Possibly she is older,—Harper's Young People. The first republican convention of the Ohootaw nation was held at South McAlister. Ind. Ter. Three mttn were drowned in the Miseourl river at Nebraska City by the Baptising Of a skiff, Their names are unknown, Ma mine near Aurora, Mo., as J, H. Daugherty, one ol the owners, descended the ihatf. an unexploded «bot went off, blowing Mm to pi«oe», »PJ»tot«d„ revive* p| ,.tbfi .Welti - EMI'EROR WILLIAM is said to have threatened to "pulverize Russia." THOUSANDS of sheep bave perished the recent storms in Ireland. GREAT distress prevails among the working classes in Lisbon, und the situs tion grows worse daily. IN the parliamentary election in the Kirkculdv district, England, Friday, Dalzoll, the Gludtstonian candidate won. Eight newspapers in Germany have been seized for condemning the Emperor's Brandenbura spe ch. ALL the Xeres anarchists under arrest for inciting a mob bave been acquitted by a court-martial. VIOLENT snow storoiB raged Monday in Germany. Many railway trains were delayed by snow. Bisnop GABPARTOU was stricken with paralysis while officiating before the altar in the cathedral at Vienna. He can not recover. TnE French bark Achillie hss been sunk in collision with an unknown steamer in the English Channel. Five of the bark's crew were drowned. IT is reported that the pope wishes to revise the concordat in order to .establish better relutions between France and the Vatican. ENGLISH authors have taken up the matter of erecting a monument to J-imeB Russell Lowell, and have appointed a committee to raise u private fund for that puroo8e. EVANS BROAD, Gladstonian, was on Friday elected member of parliament from South Derbyshire, to fill the vacanoy caused by the death of Henry Wardle. ALL the coal miners in Cheshire and Yorkshire Saturday stopped work for the week, in order to force up prices and prevent their employes from reducing thvir wages. crcaso tbe opiuuTTriffi<4o85 a pound. Th bill was passed prohibitin^r*-^y»^i- 8 ai ,l Jt't firearms to Indians on reservations. After briefly discussing the pure I'ooJ bill, an adjournment was taken us a mark of respect to tho late Congressman Kendall. HOUBE:—The death of Congressman Kendall, of Kentucky, was announced and the house at once adjourned. THUUSDAY, March 10. SENATE—The resolution o Mr. Morgan instructing tho judiciary committees to repoit ou the legal propositions involved in the Idaho contest was passed. On motion of Mr. Teller, tbo s«jretary ni the treasury wus called upon for information iu to tho amount of treasury notes issued under tlie act of July 1st, 1891, and Hie amount of silver dollars coined. Tho u«ri- cultural defiency bill, appropriating $150,000 for the bursau of animal industry and $10,000 for the experiments in sugar culture WOB passed. Bills were also passed to Burvcy and murk the boundary between the stales of Nebraska and South Dakota on Pine Ride and Rosebud Indian reservations; makiog Laredo. Texas, a sub post of entry. HOUSE.—Mr.Montgomery, of Kentucky, addressed tbo house in favor ot the lree wool bill and tariff reform, advocating lower rates. A favorablo report was made or public building II'IIH, US follows Wilkesbnrie, Pa., $100,000; Helenn, Mont., $150,000; Hastings, Neb., $60,000; Fond du Lac, Wis., $40,000. The bill for repairing the Marine hospital at Chicago was favoably reported, with the amount reduced from $75,000 to $30,000. The bill for thi sale of the old custom house site ut Louisville, Ky., was also favorably reported. FRIDAY, March, 11. SENATE.—Senator Dolph made an ad dress upproving reciprocity with Canudu nnd favoring protection. S -nator Stewart proposed a amendment limiting to four yours the period during which any individual can be president. The urgent riefijency bill was passed. HOUSE.—Tna free wool bill WHS debated but no action was taken upon it. SATURDAY, March 12. HOUSE.—The senate amendments lo the urgency sufficiency bill being non-con curred in, conferees were oppointed. Suv eeal private bills were passed. A number of members delivered eulogies on tho late Representative Gamble, of South Dakotu, after which, out of respect In the memory of the deceused, the house udjaorned. MONDAY, March 14, SENATE:—Tho postoffice building bill was passed. Messrs. Hale, Allison nnd Cocrell were appointed conforees on the urgent deficincy oil. HOUSE:—The District of Columbia bill wasnubatod and Boouie minor business trausacted. [Albuy,N. T. Journit, March*.} SiTiATOOA, Mnicb 4.—For some timr past there have loen repoits here anil Ittwlere iu Saratoga County of a mos 'rinarkuble—indeed, so remarkable i» MI be miraculous—cure of a most s;ven- case of locomotor ataxia, or creeping psralysis, simply by the u*e of a popnlni • midy known as "I'ink Pills lorl'i't p'e," prepared and put up by tLe Dr. Williams MtdicineCompany, Mnni town, N. Y., and Brockville, Oat,. Tne stor.\ »us to the effect that Mr. Cuurles A Quant, cf Galwny, who WUB the I ist six oi eight years has been a great fufforer from creeping paralysis and its attendant ills, und who hnd become utterly powerless ot all self-help, lu.l, by Iho m-e of a few boxe of the i'ink Pills for I'ale.Ptojjij-J^fflr st fully io4oied .loJeiiffb "as to lie able to walk abrji'the street without the aid o. Xti'tches. Tne tamo of this wonderful miraculous cure wai so great that tb> Evening Journal reporter thought it wortl his while to go to G dway lo call on Mr. Quant, to learn frcui bis lips, and from tbe observation nnd testimony of hit neighbors, if his alleged euro wns a fact o ' only un unfounded rumor. And so hi drove to Gulway and spent a day and i. night there in vUiting Mr. Quant, getting his story, and interviewing his neighbors and fellow-townsmen. Tt may bo proper to • iv that G.iUay is a pretty little villawe «f 400 peop'o, deliglilfully located near thi center of the town of G.dway, in Saratoga ^County, nnd about 17 miles trom Saratoga Springs. Uptn iiquiiy, Ihe residinee oi Mr. Cuurlei A. Q lunt was easily found, for everybody sceiuid to know Lim, tpeul well of him, and to be ovcifliwing with turprino and satisfaction at his wondei fu' curs snd restoration to tbo activities o. enterprising citizenship, for Mr. Quani was born in Galway ana had spent most of "his life there. Mr. Quant wus found at his pretty home, on a pleasant street near ly opposite the academy. In response I u a knock at the door it was opened by a man who, in reply to an inquiry if Mr. Quant lived there and was at home, said: "I am Mr. Quant. Will you come in?" After a little general and preliminary ton versation, and after ho had been apprise^ of the object for which the Journal reporter had called upon him, bo, at request, told the story of himself and ol hi-i sickness and terrible sufferings, and of the intffeclual treatment he had had, and of his fiual cure by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and cheeifully gave assent to it» use for publication. He said: "My name is Charles A. Quant. 1 am 37 years old, I was born in the village of Ga '.way ,and, excepting while travelling on business and a little while in Amsterdam, have spent my whole lile hire. My wife ii a native of Ontario. Up to about eight years ago I had never been sick and was then in perfect health. I waB fully six feet tall, weighed 180 pounds ond was very strong. For twelve years I was a travel ing salesman for a piano and organ com psjiy and had to do, or at least did do, a great deal of heavy lifting, got my meals very irregularly »•>•' slept it anough CRIME. AT Louisiana, a fifteen-year-old colored girl was lynched for poisoning nine persons. A MEXICAN mine manager was robbed of 110,000 by bandits, who killed one of the guards and wounded another. CHARLES WALL WOB banged at Tunk- bannock, Pa., Tuesday morning for tbe murder of his wife. RUFUS T. COLLINS has beon convicted of wife murder at Gordon, Ga. Ho paid a negro ISO to shoot the woman. FAMILIES of the Italians lynched at New Orleans are preparing to sue that city for damages amounting to between $150,000 aud 1200,000. JOHN OIKS, an old citizen of Burling ton, Iowa, hanged himself Wednesday because of bis poverty. DR. MO A DAMS and William Barnett have been indicted by the Grundy county, III. grand jury for bank robery and murder, respectively. BOB MUSQRAVB, the life insurance swindler, has been refused a new trial by the oirouit court at Terre Haute and sentenced to ten years in states prison. WEBSTER C. HILL, son of a wealthy Chicago widow, has been arrested in New York for stealing jewelry at a swell reception. AUGUST NELICE* tried to kill himself at the funeral of bis wifo, from whom be had been separated for several years, at Baltimore on Sunday. HEOTOR HALL, ot Pullman, killed himself with poison at Dayton, Obio, upon learning that bis wife bad secured a divorce and was about to marry another man. NEW YORK custom officers detected Ed- wnrd Hardt, a Chicago jeweler, trying to smuggle a lot of diamonds und r a porous plaster on bis baok, AN JJW T OBK burglar mmied Wilton waa shot and killed at Tampa, Via., early Saturday morning by Officer Raines. He bad been trying to break into several bottles. .THR murder of auoteerAmerican nailor li charged to the Ohiljan Rolice ut Valparaiso, Tha. yictini was OarJos Oailson, a native ot 8 wede»,\ and Consul MoCreary ii GEUMA.N WOHKM1SN. Mass Ataetluic to Consider Means for Hollering- Distress. BEIILIN, March 10.—Meetings vtere held at Laipsic today at which 2,000 men out of work wero present. A number of plans for bettering the condition of work- ingtnen were debuted. It was finally decided that delegates be sent to tho municipal authorities, asking that publio works for the relief of tbo distress of the people be immediately stuited. At Cologne unemployed workmen formed themselves imo a procession and marched in a body to the town hall. Here the burgomaster appeared and made a mollifying speech, saying lha authorities were doing all in their power to alleviate the great distress and he boutd means would Boon be reached to accomplish this end. He promised to tr) t> find work for every ono and in tho meantime em ployment would be given to Vlo -emeii who weie married nnd had families to support, When tie burgomaster finished the crowd cheered him bturiily aval then quietlydlspmed. At Donmuud, a town of Prussia in Westphalia, much Hbff -sriag also exists among the laboring classes. Over two thousand men employed in the iron works wero thrown out of work within a week and others have received notice that their services may have to be dispensed with within a shoit time as there are indications of a trade paralysis and all works may shut down entirely. The test of the wire gum system which recently took place at Birdsboro, Pa., definitely lifts this system out of the realm of experiment—at least so far as moderate calibres are concerned. It shows that the 5 inch gun, made of segmental tubes, wire wound, cannot be exploded by any amount of powder that can be got into its obamber. When Uncle Sam can sit oo tbe breech of an American invented and American made gun and defy the world to produce its equal this country will have won back a {ood deal of its former naval prestige. It juoks as though the wire wound gun will toon give Uncle Sam this opportunity. '9? litkst ateyt • t lata pecaeUaa, MM (taction •a tr e*p«i»M* tad epprortd Oy weiiet) «M< or to Isttr U M rUk ol t atltdr oMsrtU tad dt itraeUvetaM* vwlou forau of latonalttwit °i blllou rtailttoat f*r«r, or dank esse, which ol Iht two! *or «T*rr tyo*, for every ftate ol malaria, H OMM I M'I Btomtea Bitten is a npelto Rattopnmyt )yTT4 »Mlt«workUMreB(Uy. An Meaat tftjatt tkt Malarial taint II it west »8ec tlvt, lMl «MtatoaMd *Bla *MPlnftMi !Mli' W«t wain wltfttK oonplthiU an ptrMlW vUltoatt, akoaJA kt MtadM of Ibuj t*4 ut (lit- 'spare bedt' in country houses lo freeze any ordinary man to death, or at least givo him the rheumatism. About oight yearB ago I began to feel distress in my Btomach and consulted tovoral doctors about it. They all said it was dyspepsia, and for dyspepsia I was treated by various doclori m different places, nnU took all tho patent medicines I could boar of that claimed to be a cure for dyspepsia. But I continued to grow gradually worse for four years. Then I began to bave pain in my back and legs and became consoiou* that my legs were getting weak and my step unsteady, and then I staggered when I walked. Having received no benefit from the use of patent medicines, and feeling that I was constantly growing worse. I then, upon advice, began Ihe use of electric bcUs, pads and all the aiany different kinda of electris appliances I could hear of, and spent hundredJ of dollars for them, but they did me no good." (Here Mr. Quant vhowed the Journal reporter an electric mil of undeiwear, for which he paid »124 .):"In tbo fall of 1888 the doctors advised a change of climate, Jso 1 went to Atlanta, Gi., and acted as agent for the E-tey O-gan Company. While there 1 look a thorough el -ctrio treatment, but it only seeuiod 1 1 aggravate my disease, and t he only relief I could get from the tburp and dUUeiting pains was to take morphine. Tbe pain was BO intonse at times that it teeni'id as though I could not etund it, and I almost longed for death as lhe only certain relief. In Septi inber of l£88 my legs gave out entirely, nnd my h it, eye was drawn to one side, so that. I hnd double sight and was dizzy. My trouble so nflVced my whole noivjus system that I bid tn give no business. Then I returned to New York and went lo the Roosevilt Hospital, where for four months I was treated by specialists and they pronounced my case locomotor ataxia and incurable. After 1 had been under treatment of Prof. Starr and Dr. Ware Tor four months, they told mo they had done all they could do for me. Then I went to the New York hospital on Fifteenth street, where, upon examination, ibey said I wat incurable and would not take me in. At the I 'rubytorlun hospital they examined me and told me tha tame .thing. In March, 1800, I was taken to St. Poter's hospital in Albany, where Prof. H. II. Iluu frankly told my wife my case was hopeIe->s; that be could do nothing for me, and that the had better take me back home and save my money Out I wanted to make n trial of Prof, Hun's famous tkill, and I remained under hi* treatment for nine weeks, but secured no benefit. All this time I bad been growing worse. I bad become entirely 'paraljx'd from my waist down and bad partly lost con trol of mj hands. The paia WH terriblei my leg« felt at though they weie freezing ana my stomach would not retain food, and I fell away to 120 poundi. In tbe Albany hospital they put seven teen big burns on my back, one day with red- hot ironi, and after a few days they pnt fourteen more burns on and treated me with electricity, but I got WORM rather than hattorj lost control of my bowab and "In this case Mr. Marshall, «ho it a' prominent member of the It•>yal Templart of Temperance, had utter four yeart of constant treatment by the most eminent Canadian physicians been rrom-inoed in-(••arable, and was raid tbe 11 ,000 total c 'i:i, ill it'luui-ii b, il .c 'triii r in - . n.'. Some months uftir Mr. Mars . . i 'van n course "t treatment, with L), •Villiams' Pink Pills, nnd after takin.f ouie 15 boxts was fully restored In health. ' I thought I would try them, and my wife sent tor two b-ixeB of the pills and 1 N-ok tbeni according to the direction-* «iven on tho wrapper in each box. For 'ho fiat few days the cold baths were metty soverc, ns I was so very weak, but I continued lo follow instructions as to 'king the pills and treatment, nnd even i'efora I had used up tho two boxes of pills I begnn to feel beneficial effects from lem. My pains wore not so bad; I felt warmer; my head felt better; my food be- irnn to relish, nni agree with me; I could -itrniehteu up; the feeling began to coma "uck into my limbs; I began to bo able to get about on crutches; niy eye came back again as good as ever, and now, after tho u§p nf eight boxes of the pills—at a cost it $4—seel—I can with the help of a cane 'illy, wall all about the b use ai:d yard, an saw wood, and on pi v.-uiit dais 1 * alk down town. My a'oui ich trouble is Kniie; I bnve gained ten |>"U-HIF; I feel uko a new man, and vihi-n tie spring pens I expect to be able to renew my or.-un and piano agency. I rnni ot (peak in too htuh ti-rmo of Dr. .\VJilbiros'J?}.'^'.- P Us_ fur-J^-i'Srp'ie, is I know they •"..ved my life after nil tbe doctors had •>ivcn me up nB incurable." Oihir >it:z-nB of Oilway, seeing thi- wnnrh rful euro of Mr. Q inut by the Pink Pills for P..lo People, ar ia ng them. Frederick S xton, a si If rer from iheuma- • ism. said lo was fi .ding „fi»at benefit fr"in th' ir u>e, nr.d Mr. Schuilz, who hud suffered from ol-ronic dysentery for years, -HiU h..- b d taki n two boxes of the pills md wai iilrea'iv eiiird. Mr. Q iai.1 had II'BO tried faith cure, wiih expi rls i.f that tr«atm'nt in Albany and Greenville, S. C, bat vuih no bene- licial iu id's. A nuiiibir of llo more prominent citizens cf Ctlnuy, rs I! v. C. K. Herbert of tho Pru-byteiinn Cnurrh; i 'rof. Jas. K. Kelle.v. priucipul of theacd mj; John P. and llurvov Crotch, and Frank and Edwin a \Vil|«rl, un rcli .in's, nnd many others lo whom Mr. Qi.uit and MB SO miriiriiVos cure by the um of l>r. Wil- liaini' Pir k Tills for i'.de People are welt known, v,ne j'oasid to have ihe opportunity ol bei rli g tcctiinonv to the high character of Mi. Qianl, aid of verifying tho story of his recovery from tbe terrible affliction from which he had for BO long a time been a sufferer. Truly, the duty of the physician it not to save life, but to heal disease. The remarkable result from the ute ol Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in the case of Mr. Quant, induced the rrjnrtcr to make further inquiries enrrrnirg them, and ht ascertained that tley niu not a patent medicine in I lie seme in v.hic '1 that term is geneiallv used, but a scientifio preparation, tlu re-Milt of je .ri of Btudj ind can f I (i;ieriiin'n'. They have no rival as a b'ocd hui'd.-r i u I m rvo restorer, and have nut with or.parnl'e e 1 success in the tieu ncit of iiii-h —^i-ieaset- JUL , paralysis, ilnunmtiMii. tcTSlica, St. Vitus' dance, pi 1 ion ot the Leuit, that tired feeing wnich i.ffects so u any, and all diseases depending upon a wa'.ery condition of tl o Uord or shuttered nerves. Dr. Willtiimi' I'iuk Pillt are also a specific for Inuhlis prculii r to females, such as su| pre'i-iou", irrr^u'urities. and oil forms ot ve knot*. They buildup I be blood and restore iho glow of health to pule or sallov cheeks, la tho enso of men they effect a r.d cal Hire in all cases arising from mental wony, tvcr *0:k, or ex- cosies of wla'ever uiture. On further inqiiry the writer found I hut these pilN me manufactured by the Dr. Williams' Muoiciuc Ci iiipuny, Brockville, Out., und Mernstown, N. Y., and ure sold in luxes (aver in bulk by tho hundred) at 60 cents a box, cr tix boxes tor $2.50. and may le hud of all druggists or direct by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, from either addresses. The price at which these pillt are Bold makes a course of treatment comparatively inexpensive as compared with other remedies or medical treatment Ourdetle on Women. Now, woman can do anything she tries, even lo singing buss in hor own quartette of girls, so that weak mau ia n superfluity in tho cbior, writes R ibert .1. Burd'itle in is new dep irtnient in The L idios' Home lournul She hue hnrniSneJ her gruca- hoops tandem, and made a bicjcla of thorn; she rows, ole fi -hes, sle shoots, insomuch that ult men, und il muv bo that some game, fear her shooting (joko); cap; his hirt front, his four-in-hand tie, and many that are her brother's. She is strong) r than her mother, and cun stutida great deal more rest; she is q'lite as huppy und far ni're independent. 3be bangs oo the strap in tho street-car when her molher bad a teat in the omnibus if every man rode nutiido in tbe rain. She gels istled und pushed nbou*. ia tho crowd, when some bare-beaded man, bowing low, used to make way for lur grand-mother With weaiy patience she it in U in lino at tho ticket-oilier; woe is tho if she presume on tbe privilege of tex to i -top in ahead of a man; the gels hubtled b,n-K to herp'ace. Much i -liu bath gained hy f i edom; somewhat, also, ha ill she lost. Sbu cannot oat her cake and keip it. Still, if ihe didn't n&i it, it wou d Ucone leaifuily stale, or .-.onii.body eUc would get it. And cake is only good to eut, anyhow. Soarcely would she ixchange her independence, for deference and helple sie.-s. II r lots is marc in o m t) an Int. Men ure more unself- ithly cbivul o n toward her than eveu iheir fatbirs wrri; but this hurrying uge of galop and gulp 1 in trample I upon the dtlibeia'e grace und s'ulied elegance of ota hzer d,y, v.h»n nun b wed lowor umldidft 'Sf; when oic; abandined loafing aud wui', to werk, they q'lit wearing laee at tbeir v>ris'» aid rspurs at their sides; h y c u ed to walk in blank verse, and eor.versid In plain prose; they out off thi ir long ring 'etB, anil the curling-tongs detbioncu 1 y the clii-pe. s. water, and npoa advice of th* doctor, who said there was no bopa for, me, I waa; »-. r • bwugbihom #,wb *wH was thought that April U. death would toonooiue to relfm ma of Sou^h D.krta, my •ufferlngt. L M*IBeptember,, wbHo ia 1 Ma " J ' ft this heJplsss and tufferfng condition, a - in Hamilton, Oat;, m\fA STATE COSVUXriONS, TLe f>.llcwiag sta'e conventions have h«eu rallo' 1 : A U'I mi, dem,, Montgomery, June 8, K'<rida, e'em , "<'nmpa, June I, 1 l.imls, doui.. Sfringfield, April 27. Min-'-i', rep., S;>'iii„ti»ld, Mav4 I iili.mii, ifcui, I .iliitu in April 31, Kentucky, rep , I, ui-v He, M roh 30. Mussttchunallti, rep , liistnn, A'>ril 20. Maine, probib,, Bangor, ( VU> 0. Minnesota, dem., St. Paul, March 31. Minnesota, rep., St Paul, May S Nebraska, rep., Kearney, April 27. North Dakotu, d m„ Grand forks, Mnroh 24. 1 New York, anti-Hill, Syracuse, May 31. New York, rep., Albany, M^y 4. South Carclina, reform rep., Columbia, friMdotm, my own. |ha statement of OM John Mi»roh!3. Sou'h D^koti, May 3„ re»>, ('em,, Ohamberlaiu, Chamberlain, 1Vi |neis"«. rep, Nt'bvlllo, May4i Wett Vr<loiD, r)p., M«nin«burgi r , Vjetl VlwiBla, rep., Huntington. Aug 9. ;WjUwnjiin.,dem,M ,lw ^e#rMay4, : -

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