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iDrae. SABBATH SCHOOL. IN T E R N A T IO N A Ii liK ^ S O X F O R B E O E M B F B 2 5 . .-,t>pre»ohM _ ___________ Y or* Herald ro^ uawlHing J^esson T e x t: “X h e B i r t h o f C h r ist,” ’ iti ehurch liu k e i l . , f 8 - 3 0 —G o ld e n T e x t: liu lce you flock together wh more work by old people make 'Our zeal outruns _je old people, or !s E-yott can have 80 much |^»lves? W ell, you do the old fogiesjgles in —C o m m e n t a r y . - 1 as in the society, of those heavy-footed oad fofty or fifty Some o f them » e born, Some o f them and deliberate, X know. M they are waiting in piansa they are waiting Id you w ill find when you * * '0 to hurry so , _______ have t o hurry so as they do between the. W icket Gate. If you are „ _ _ ___ t Gate. I f you m ^ a t y ou may»«btain,’* m y to make your record right on (H toad y o u are on now, and Nthavetorun so hard on the over their flock by night.” The fulness of time had come and God sent forth His Son made o f a woman, made under the law (Gal. iv., 4). In the quiet town of Betblehsm the greatest event in the history of the world had just transpired, not on some cold win* tor’s night, as many a child has'been taught^ but at such a season as that in 'which sheiL' herds abide a ll night in the field. 9. “And lot the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them, and they were sore afraid.” Possibly these m en, whose occupa­ tion is suggestive of Abel, and the patri­ archs,- Moses,oses, David,avid, Amosmos and nd others,thers, were _chs, M D A a o of the number of those who, like Simeon and Anna, were looking for a Redeemer^for complaint I haye to make Kdmur n ^ ie c t o f the old people sverybody, I am aware m Uabla to become prosy m. I know that Matthew atnea and Prudence and _„iuel naturally get tired o f Faith and groaning old praud limping old Rcady-to- pjM r. Honest is sometimes 10. “A n d theange not. for behold I brii ;els8tid unto them.mem, Fear jjoov not, for behold I bring y o u good tidings of &OW comforting that the word of * ’s 3 should .................... .. overlong in l i i s s p e t ___ la painfully particu- But they seem to w eailainly w a n t you. of angel should so Note them from Gen, but remember that ti less you have receivet a n n l brought g o o l tidings. Thougl[h in Bethlehem a thousand times be bom. He’s not bom in thee thy soul is still Christ liy w s n t ^ , - . mch or how little ' folka but I do cityof Dayi unto y ou is bom this d ay in the , „ Saviour, which is Christy tho Unto each o f those shepherds, unto t ' <«SV'\ need you- And it a great deal more le o f the privileges MBi w hite the long, t m ^ t s make you u -ea—a 'af' ------- -------------------------;e shepherds, u the nation o f Israel, unto y ou who read this, unto all people—and there is none other (A c tsir., 13; Isa. xliii., 11). Angels, proph­ ets, God the Father and the Holy Spirit, His own words and -works all testify that Ji^Si^the Son of Mary, is both Lord and is\. “And this shall be a sign u nto you; y e shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes lying in a manger.” There was no room in the inn, a manger is His cradle (vseae 7), the cattle are about Him; how low He humbled Himself and how poor He be­ came (Phil, ii., 7, 8; I I Cor. Tiii., 9) I And all t o saye me. Others -tell how to save our- s e h ^ but H e saves. Y o u w ill know Him \ and lowliness, with tho t remeoidiei that^t T i m G ^ I >7 l^ p o r e r t y and humility’ IS, “A u d tuddenly there ««>P ^ t t tultifade, lUlofit one mind, allc Goa. Comps t in it y o u te ln g w ith b»ek«B iMQtenoes, t and tletory— a p l ^ a n d Cherubim, and may w e hs their spirit now and cease extolling this that church above some - \ cease extolling this or me ether, orth isor th a t i Let tts unit© to mag­ nify the Lord. 14. “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good w ill toward men.\ W ell before Cornel^Uniyer- gave the 1 w ^ w o tkiivs o f tho I « f eormoni was published in teaching that almost everything fasdam eaial to ChikUan faith searches ofm d d e rn scUolai- idnntmiable,and speaking of n ah indefinite way. (These re rvpubliahed in thcXJulted oslng, for He of whom they l a ^ p l e a ^ not Himself, did not His own ■will, sought notb Hisis ownwn glory,lory, _and^nd Hisis testimony wh« H o g a H 1 speaking t o His Father in aver was, “I have giorifled ---------------- earth” (I 88;viiL. 50,xvii.,4 ) . 15. “Let us now { ___ _______ ___ sea this thing which has come to pass, which the Xiord hath made known unto us.” To comn to ^Am osig thc£ai. le who read and accepted m a woman in the city o f New York, ‘^ B c e and intellectuality and re, A year or two Inter she re- abuib upon the Hudson River, to attend the Presbyterian ! frankly informed tho pastor _ ______lest fiuth, and attributing the l» R o se discourses. Afterwards she lit t i im-d died o f a lingering disease. *M t h e n m t h s o f steady to t not m * » t o f l f t grave, the pastor fre- -ftlted her, making every efiort to ih her faith in the simple provisions osp^i'.but in v.ain. To the last she .. know nothing, and was not able to I imyOiing rositlvely. So much had ■ n that she was not certain there ^ — ng that could n ot bo shaken, w than a year after her death, the sf those sermons was summoned to ' hearesy. Wli hath made known un to us.” To come to earth and return to heaven a s the angels did w ill be our pri-vllege in the neat age when we shall with Jesus subdue all things unto Him. K o tethe faith of these shepherds; lidd not say, “Let u s see if this is r eally believed _that it was just a- thejr^dl . \And they came with haste, and found Mary and Joseph, and tho baba lying in a manger.”- It always has been so, and al- fs w ill be so; they found it just anything said shonld „ ne to pass that the onl come to pass, and notice how literally and e xactly all was fulfllled just a had been foretold. See Gen. xv., 43; Ex xii., 40, and I Kings x iii., 2; U Kings xxili., 15-17, and every prediction concerning tho humiliation o f Jesus. So we conclude that every word o f God which is as yet unful- filed shall in due time be fulfilled to the m ssm ss 'Ss-ss-ssm a be prepared those discourses 4 tM m , but further reflection h: id iiiULthatheD. had erredrred inn takiu;aking d ^ e n by h that h e had e i t many granted that had not been proved, conclusions that were not war- liscs, and > which we ha-ye seen and heard declare wo but speak tho things s premis ;uaided manner, ------------ to retract several o f the disco I i* 9 i c , and in part all but one or two. the woman who had given up her ■ ■■e mtials of the Gospel for faith e Gospel f ss.” |I to th essentials f i t Mm, had died in di. ______ ' ®i is better for a man that a millstone %snld be hanged about Ids neck, and he be (Hit to the midst of the sea, than that ho &Mdd offend one of Christ’s little o nes. It J | **taat calamity to any man to have a B j p a a so shallow that he cannot hold his suspend his judgment, and wait till Stony knows what he does believe. *‘A M uuereth all his mind, but aw w ise man e seen a nd heard (I John i, 3 Acts iv., 20) Such are the testimonies o f those who h ave seen and known this one who is called Wonderful, Couu.selor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince o f Peace; the Child born, the Son given, of tho increase of whose government there is to be no end upon the throne of David (Isa. ix„ 6,7). W e havenot to preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ, the Lord. We have only t o make Him known and tho Ding Himim andnd things concerning H a the Hoiy Spirit w ill honor such testimony. IR \A-nri a ll they that heard it 18. \And a ll the y th a t heard it wondered at those things which were told them by the shepherds.” Compare tue wondering *peo- ■ 3 of chapters iv., 33; ix., 43, xi., 14, and _ „ lere th a ll his mind, b u ta is ____ i'alM afcth it back till afterwards.\ Alany a m ^ ------cattered broadcast doubts and un- ; -toWBiMCS, wbtcb were aftei , - t e d dissipated; but though his ' Was cleared_____-_e from the difficultiesn in ladcast doubts aiu ___ re afterwards dissolved his own mind ____ ______ difficulties i ■which ho jdhad been involved, this did not undo the jaatochiefho had wrought in the minds of . others, by the publication o f his ill-digested • crudities and half-formed doubts and disbe- f Heft.—{Armory. ----- -- —ajority Jonty of gospel hearers do not get b-yond wondering it these thmgs are so, wondering If thev should not give heed t o them, wondering about tho re­ sult if they do or d o nob give heed -to them. 19. \But Mary kept a ll these things and rondpied them in her heart.\ See also verse 5t. Pondering is better that ' ‘ implish anything. Tho word preached les not profit if it is not mixed with faith in those that hear i t (Hob. iv., 2.) But it is to bo feared that the m of gospe: 5 t. Pondering is b e t t e r ____ ___ Daniel kept the vision in his heart. ______ was to receive the word ia his hearts and the eotnmand is to let the word of ~ ' wondering, irt. Ezekel Tttl5 POWEU OF the BIBIK. F ifty years before Columbus sailed from >■ Palos, Guttenburg and Faust had forged the hammer which was to break the bonds of - auperstition and open the prison doors of - -toe mind- They had Invented the printing press and movable types. Tho prior ndop- • tlon of a cheap process for the manufacture o f paper at ouue utilized the press. Its first • service, like all its succeeding efforts, was > for t h e people. Th(j universities and the > schoolm en, the privileged and the learned 'few of that age, were longing for the revala- •tion and preservation o f the classic treasures ofantiqU ity, hidden and yet insecure in •-monastic cells and libraries. But the first­ born o f the marvelous creations of these firim ltive printers o f Mascfice was the priht- 'Od priceless contributions of - Greece and Rome to tho intellcctuai traln- • in g and development o f Iko modern worid ■ im e afterward through thosuhie wondrous lachina. Theforce, however, which made Msibio America and its reflex inflnencr upon ICarope, was the onen Bible fireMde.-—IFrom 4>y C. M. Depew. |o America and its reOeX influence Curope, w as the open Bible by the fireMde.-—( Columbian Oration THE CHBistiAX ir r s . the eotnmand Is to le t the word ol dwell in us richly (Dan. v ii., 23; E: 10; Col. iii., 16.5 Not fuUy comprehei th ’ tft* ”icomg-ehendtog ^ to theangll, ‘^ e it u^to me a c c o ^ n g to the worc^’ (chapter i., 88), and as days passed on and events developed she could only ponder id trust while her soul magnified the Lord and trust while (chapter i., 46.) 20. “ And the shepherds returned, glorify­ ing and praising God for a ll things that they had heard and seen, as it was told uaw them,” Revelations o f God and His glory ‘ intended to unfit us for daily duties, ler to send us t o ourr work. glorifying God all the : ------- are not intended to unfit u s but rather to send us t o o u ____ ____ ^ and praising God all the more. If aveiw I>rea(^ng service, prayer m seting a nd Bible reading does not enable us to glorifyGod God „ , ______ ________________ lorlfy more in tae deityirontineof'-life, w e have not beard o r ‘reiia* With proflt.'''*'To know J« and to make Him known is t h e __________ life, and if we may go from this year into the nmtt more fully believing (Jer. ix., 84) ................ ... Cor. iv., 11) * 3 . w ill bo w H l.— TEIPEKAKCE. H 6HALI. IT BE f „y lee for Betsy and me, hh ^ s t ^enough room for one^ two or A tid little hom W i t ^ s t Or a tumble-down hut with a broken gates And a sad-eyed woman toiling early aiM “ ® W h ic h shallitbe For mine and me? A flve-cent glass of beer ft Or a- five-centve-centloat loaf foor p for me. J f a ll of us three? Beer or b«by-^wine or wife, Which do I hold more precious than life? W hich shall It be For mine and me? Potatoes and salt with a crust o f bread For the best little woman the Lord ever W hile t & rum-seller’s wife feeds on turkey m e ^ i f 1 so Incline F o r i m ine and me! well d a d On my e a r n in g wrested from m y bonuto ^ ^ i s shall it be mine and m*e! Well, m*m, do you think me a whole-eyed HiVSAFE BUILDINGS. The Nebraska City Evangelist says there is quite an excitement about unsafe build­ ings in that city. It adds; “Many of the unsafe buildings can easily be avoided by reading the signs on them, such as ‘Saloon,’ ----- . . ‘Sample-Room,’ re are a g reat mnny such which are not avoided UNCLE SAM’S PART. Speaking of the exhibit to be made at tho Worla’s Fair by the liquor trade of America, Bonfort’s Wine and Spirit Circular says: “The best matured goods only should bo exhibited; small souvenir bottles should b e given away, or sold a t a nomiuai price, and literature should he distributed in sevei-al foreign languages.” If the business of drunkard-making is a good thing for the material and moral pros­ perity o f the country, then it is right t h a t tho World’s Fair should be made to extend tho business in this way. But there is one thing we suggest ought to be done, and th a t is that the name of iJnclo Sam (U. S., us) bo printed on a ll the labels used, as a partner in the business. Hs gives more t o it and s more out o f it than anybody else.—Tho DRAKE’S COLUMBUS DRINKING FOUKTAIK. A t a cost o f $13,ODO John B. Drake, pro­ prietor o f the Grand Pacific Hotel, and o n e ' of Chicago’s leading citizens, is just com- tam, which is regarded as one o f the m ost ornamental creations of its kind in tho •world. The design is Gothic in stylo and material is a fine, warm-tinted coral aite from Italy. Tho str-'~‘- ’—' ’— on the no ■■ structure occupies a space on the north side of Washington street, between the city and county build­ ings, and is thirty-two feet in height. B e - imber which •will hold three tons o f ice. effectually coolingtho water, which flows through coils of pipe f low and around the ice. les would promote tho cause of tompor- anoa in tho best poswbia way. Let Mr. Drake’s good example bo followed by citi­ zens of other cities and towns.—Scientific American. rOTODED INTO SOBRIETT. “ ‘I ; •e always made it a point to assist in I could any man who is afflicted any way I could any man who is afflii ■with the liquor h a olt and have used in t ■work a ll the means of salvation t h a t seemed to me available. I had in hand a t one time a rough, but when sober, a kind hearted man, and was, a t the solicitation o f his wife, trying t o effect a rotormatioh. W hen I first went to him I found him In an amiable mood, and having just recovered from a drunk saw how foolish ho had been, and it was an easy matter to secure his signature to a uledg# for a month. \He kept tho pledge, hut in the second month h e again started o ut on a spree. His wife appealed to me and I went in search of him. Finally I found him at a table in a groggery with a party of companions. I spoke t o him and drew m y chair up to the ■able ■ ’ idd joinedoined thoho party.art My friend t an j t p avoided talking much with ?^tfonTl ■ pledge. This time, h oi sailing, and the object , ____ ____________ of m y solic- i began using profane language in his of me. Then I reasoned w ith him abuse o f me. that it was not fair to use such language to me. I insisted that he knew I was a minis­ ter and could n o t retaliate in the same way ‘It would be a parallel caSe,’ I said, i f yoiL a man who has two hands, should offer \ —5n> -\ue.’ By fight a man w ith none.’ fey this speech I had gotten myself into a tight place, Tho ’ ighly elated. ad gotten my lan jumped1 up. u evidently h igh ly elated. have i . We’ll settle ’the m atter In that way.’ His companions then laugh! ’ neaslnesis, ______ ^ want t o fight w ith hi laughter made my ] ridiculous, and I kau companions then laughed a t my while 1 protested that I did not Then their derisive iiWon all the more if I backed out I wouldpbe looked upon .with acorn by all the men, and I wanted their r.spoct, I was quite a boxer when at school, and I was sat­ isfied that I could whip the man, so I nitiMtei TOASTERS AND CASUALTIES A TORNADO passed near Summit, M''ss. A (jiolored woman and child wei-e killed and a fcumber of persons were injured, AX d y T, ] ■were in charge of Lynn, Mass., w e « w ' h and Philip Barbee; \who a railroad operation near > ki.led by the explosion ot e weeks ago.^ driving a long a road. His dead body was found in the bushes. - ^iUe1, and two workmen, feishng and George Read were i: ounded. The boiler hi — ------ m ortally house was wrecked. T he Inman coal mine, at the foot, o f Cum- cei'land Mountain, near Jasper, Tennessee, cared in. The entire side of the hill fell over the only entrance. It is thought two convict guards are imprisoned. W il L ia k H unt and George Ralph, miners In the W estmoreland Mmes, at Greensburg, Pa., were terribly burned w hile rem oving pilh ri, by an explosion of gas t h a t ----- forced down by tho falling of the roof. rope, int _iding above resnil to I It, cought he ; the bell, dally 1 •iously: dry powder. A LARGE i-aft of logs in.W olfe river, Ten­ nessee, was torn from its moorings by the swife ouiTont. It dashed against a number of shanty boats, and tore them fiom the shore. Charles Willard was drowned and two menmen arere reportedeported missing.issing. a r m T homas G, L amar , of Aiki known as the owner of the losits at Dai 'ey, ~ ' m, S. C., well e x tensive kaolin losits a t Dangl S. C., was killed at ken, on the main street, by Mayor Robert Chaffoa, I he Mayor having been already Nagayamui-y, miners. .mor Pei-u, at San Fr.ancisco, lught news that the fire in Tokio on No- i.bei- 11th destroyed nearlyseven hundred ises.ses. Seventeeneventeen fli-emenli-emen wereere injured hou S f w while fighting tho conflagration. On her 7ih a portion of a lime- Novenc portion o f a “lim e-stone mine in Japan, collapsed, killing 86 T he viotim i of the dynamite explosion at Milnesvillo. Pa., were James Defrane, aved 24; Dominicc Walker, aged 22, and Mike Parrish, aged 23 years. W illiam Walker, tho contracto-’, was not killed, as was first re_gorteJ. It has been ascertained that 500 pounds of dynainite exploded. T he surface (rf tho ground three hundred variJs cast of Packer colliery, No. 2, near Lo't Creek, Pa,, began to crack, and several minutes a ter a freight train and a coal train had passed over the spot the ground gave way, carrying with it both tracks of the Lehigh V a lley Railroa-1. The cavity thus made is 75 feet deep and about 4 ) feot in diameter. A t the R ound T able Office you can get Bills printed, for Auctions, Lectures, &c.,f torn 60 cts. up. IANS, of Kenyon, Ohio, and Chas. Ranck, ot New York State, tw o stu­ dents a t Kenyon College, at Gambler, Ohio, went canoeing on the Kokosing river. The canoe ■^ras found 'with two holes rent in the bottom. The oars floated over to the shore. The students’ overcoats were found on the hank where their trip commenced. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. C ount T olstox has learned a little r<imii ad justice and b u at last been ponuaded to ittle his estate on his wife and cbll(to«. to the publ be divided T h « B R Y ., h jg » hli property ouj among his poorer neighbors. R ev. Thomas K . Beecher, of E lm ir^ _ . has headed a movem ent among the __ irgym m of that c ity to protest Sunday funerals, on the two grounds that the associations o f the day suggest r o s u r r ^ tion, not interment, and that undue labor should also be avoided a t la r a s possible on the Lord’s Day. H erbert S mnckr has been wrltiM for - forty years, imd a . Partial toti- S ^ W p r i i ^ “ he tole^of h h iL Important books show that t h ^ h a v e b r o u g h t h l i l e s a than £1,000 a y iar. Decidedly phib otopby does n o t pay thspbilcmopher to tosh \whatever It may give him in toteUectual competition a the W orld’s Fair w ith wines from France. W h ile some feel they can hold their own against the average French wine cCMumea hiKh-cIass product that California’s vitioul- in not hope to bear away first high-ci ** O ne or tw o entirely new storU ririll b e to clnded t o tho volume which Mr. Rudyjttc K ipling w ill soon publish. It w ill probably contain, also, his forthcomtog in s g a ^ a story, c a llodr“The Logs ot Sister Ursula.\ inted to have it out wi style h o bad suggested. W e retired to an alloy, and there, after a lively struggle, I ' ‘ listered to him a good pounding. Bat r .^ p l in g has lately*^ acquired the right In his early contributions to AUahahad Pioneer.” Bom*' of them ate travel skotch*s,and theso he intends to bring out in a volume w ith accounts of hU late wanderings. T he Queen Regent o f Spain saw a bull­ fight recently lor tne first tim e. Accona* panyinz her wore the K ing of Portugal, Queen Amelie, and tho tofimt_ Isabelle| of p. C. DOHERTY, 112 ■ MAIN ST., Poughkeepsie. Sanitary PltunMug, Steam and Hot Water Heating. Good Work a Specialty. AGENCY FOR THE GORTON SIDE FEED BOILER. S I M P L E TO M A N A G E , N O I S E L E S S A N D E F F I C I E N T I N O P E R A T I O N SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND REFERENCES. a m OF HULBBOOE, MILLBROOK, DUTCHESS C0„ N, CAPITAL, $S0.000 JOHN J. DONALDSON, PRES. R. J. SCOLES, CASH'R. JAMES REARDON, V ICEPRKS Sight Drafts on England, Ireland and the Continent. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. ACORN STOVES AND RANGES. Acorit Parlor StoTos. Will hm as tb M is Use. FDfiER&WABItm HOT AIBAIIID HOT WATER HEATERS. togons. Carriages, Harness, and Whips odder, i Farm Machinery, Farm Wage Ensilage, Fodder, and Root Cutters. Builders’ Hardware, Carpenters’ & Masons’ tools, of good quality at fair prices _____________________ JAMES REARDON, Franklin Ave. Millbrook, N. Y. R. H. Andrews, MILLBROOK PHARMACY. Drugs, medicines, Toilet Articles. Perfames, Confectionery, Soda Wa­ ter,Milk Shake, Tobacco,Cigars,&c. VERY FINE LINE PERFUMFRY JUST OPENED. i M stoeli of XiUistrj and fa&oj 6ooii Constantly on Rand. hit ?ooils raceiRd enr? veok. at Mrs. J. E. Horton’s Store. BOOTS & SHOES d to him a good pounding. B at espeotand that o f his oompan- 'croere thohe onl;r witneases, and sub­ ions, who w t ou 1; f witnesses, and su b­ sequently all the men, through m y solioita- tlons, gave up drinking and have joined the church.”—Chicago Herald. livlM (tl Coi Ion Helper. ATHLETICS Da-ve b e c o m e a - g r e a t feature of Ainerican college ag.d aca* .. demic life; but they have yet tq re^ch .j\ the exttemei -of the istigllsh Schools. to trllnilations.\ Nothing like wennuess ttihtei. Ntt grum bling; no forlorli sighing lior Ml toitor lot; no unmanly wbiniper. No^ ' ■ t the serene joy of a warrior, \ whcee armor is marked by idHratofoe, whose barnOBS It stains o f a hnndrsd bat- i after hav- Id s w t stains o f a hundred - , whoso form flashed in the for. F a hundred magnificent viotories. ___ „jMiry ofliviugf Paul a failure? Paul f wmt toteoned? Why I I’d Just as soon think ,• wtMiim wailiug a funeral dirge at the gatt-a v tolitistiwi. Paul did not live in e.rtsrnalb. > _ - ^ afraid too many of us do. .lie lived Utoii, a d h« oounted it a Joy when ^Wlty exhausted. M« never gi-ew [vlug. \Fur me to live is Christ,” vlorc L. Ciiyler. the forty-flve-nii run, which Is compulsory upon e'very student of the. school. Such an or­ deal for boys of twelve or thirteen ia exceedingly trying, and often to a high degfee Injuflotis, hut it is a feature of the school, where long runs are one of the regulation exercises enforced upon all virho are not too ill to Unxiergo them. Manifestly this beats American foot-ball out of sight, and i t is not surprising to know that an agitation is on foot to secure reform. XXKPKRANO* KKWS AMD KOTXS. ibouti a ll the average drunkard hto to support him is a lean on a lamp-post. ■Ruwia prgduoed'tothe past ten years, it is toid, 876,68O;400 galtons of puro afoohol. There were in the United States last year 363,935 public school-teachers, and 204.891 liquor defers. W hisky may bo made from molaSses, toetroot,- potatoes, ' tom a toes'and many other substances. In Norway the Government runs the saloons. In some other countries the aalooUs run the Government. The Lucy Webb W. O. T, U., of Minne­ apolis, contemplates building a home for newsboys of that c ity. • The more liquid a man puts down his throat the less cnanoe there seems to be Of drowning his voice.—Yonkers Statesmi The late Woman’s Christian Temper Union Convention decreed to make the m at­ ter o f liquor selling at the World’s F a ir the main line of work for the next Six m onths. York Sun estimates that 20,000 The New York Sun estimates th a t 20., flasks wore emptied during the recent fqot- hall game in that city between Y a le And Princeton. “Altogether, it Was the greatest ated bull t h e King ro.a from 1 pulling out hi* jeweled f.i to to* toreador to th throng of spectators - — , act a nd cheered him lustily. „ d i T h * preeentaton ot the ___________best, l-he Wto. Qladil it w lto thacharsaing urbairity, and aolmow- p M W M ob MO h o b G alimbebti , papal nuncio at Vienna, who has just been made C ardinal S d i » . c . Iso looked a fter papal inter OF ALL KINDS. MADE TO ORDER.AND NEATLY RE- PAIRED, BY CHARLES C. BOEHME, MILLBROOK, N.Y. Tripp’s Home School, BANGALL, DUT ------------------------- ,L, DUTCHESS CO. N. Y. Will re-open Sept. 5th,1892. Day o, boarding pupils will find pleasant sur­ roundings and good tuition in ordinary school branches here at very reasonable rates. GEO. D. TRIPP, TEACHER. CHARLES I. SWIFT. :ontaot with the Pontiff almost daily ed how useful he m ight become to “ ither; and to time he -wa* made itary ot State, and really exer- „ _ _ functions of his suoerior, Car- . ^ n a l J'aoobini, except that of signing papers as Sw r etary of S tete. A DUEL TO THE DEATH. U n d er oacrei e ise d a lt t t e : ___ _____ tototo^ikeitonanyoi^er day o f the year. Even the girts took to lls lit flask* offered b y their cavaliers and not a -ingla case o f druukenUMS called for polio* ^iltentlon.” Two ContiPB, Both W ealthy Farmers, Fight Otef a Young Woman. Tom and John Oliver, first consins, and w ealthy fanners, of Waco, Texas, fought s duel -with revolvers over a young -w-oman The scene was near \The Haunted Sonool house.” ihirty miles south of Waco. John W a s . hot through the bowels and died. Tern surrendered himself. Water supply outfits. Wind mills, Towers, Tanks.and Pumps, Excavating and Grading, Mason work and Buiding. Moving a speciadtye g e n e r a l CONTRACTOR. B o x S04. Millbrook, N. Y. SILAS D. HART. MfiRRITT AVE. Practical Painter & Paper Banger Kalsominiqg and Decorating. Promptly done. E. 1. FLORENCE, Mason and Builder. ESTIMATES FlIRNISUED. POST OFFICE, MILLBROOK, N. Y. C. P. €olwell, DEALER IN Goods, Groceries General Merchandise. VERBANK, T . J. M c Q E E LCI. Cfiahitm,' ADOTIOIIEEf ADDRESS, Sales CLINTON HOLLOW. promptly attended to. Charges reasonable. Wliite Lion Elonr ! IS a geuiiiae goodarticlc. References on application. DeliTercd free in Millbrook. E. Edmonds. WATCHES '& CLOCKS Repaired at short notice. Orders received for new goods. Call and see samples and prices. W. S.Kellett, Millbrook. 'll E o w l a n d Emit & Produce Co., NORFOLK, VA., will get better prices for your apples than New York Commission Dealers. Shipping directions at office o f this paper. S. LEACH, P A I N T E R , Paper hanging, Calsomininf, Gilding Graining, Marblcing Ac, All work warranted. 30 Tears Experience. MILLBROOK, N. V. N.Y. CHAS. E. DAVIS, Dealer in Seueral Merchandise Moore’s Mills, K.Y. TAILOR, Giles notice that he will be at W. .E. Smith’s store on Tnesday of each week,with a fall line of F all A Win­ ter goods in Samples, from whicli he will take orders, hoping by strict attention to Business to gain the patronage of the people of MiD brook and vicinity.

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