Cottrell Scrapbook, 1882-1893

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Material Information

Title:
Cottrell Scrapbook, 1882-1893
Series Title:
Joseph Benson Cottrell Diaries
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Creator:
Cottrell, Reverend Joseph Benson (1829-1895)
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Methodism
Bowling Green (Ky.)
Genre:
Diaries
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States -- Kentucky -- Warren -- Bowling Green

Notes

Abstract:
Cottrell, Joseph Benson (1829-1895) was minister at First Methodist Church, Pensacola, in 1854 and 1855, the start of a long career as a noted Methodist preacher and writer. He was born in South Carolina and educated at the Citadel, Charleston. After teaching in Alabama, he entered the ministry. Following the death of his first wife, he married a widow, Caroline Duncan. The couple's children included Joseph's son by his first marriage, Caroline's son, and their children beginning with Joseph Benson, Jr., born October 14, 1854. Following two years in Pensacola, Cottrell went on to head churches in Bowling Green and Franklin, Kentucky, among other positions.
General Note:
Many of the letters in this collection are from Joseph B. Cottrell to his son Charles, a noted photographer of Pensacola. Others are letters from family in Florida writing back to Joseph. The scrapbooks are primarily printed clippings of Cottrell's published sermons, writings, and appearances. His diary covers his two years in Pensacola, with later sporadic entries for years all the way up to 1892.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID:
AA00026239:00007

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Jot s Po d :.-ltrieo nd c erv'e towaxd othrs u Are
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,,,notal Very re Nothing shorto~ of 9oi tat onon-,
as RS Of BU~~~~y, secrtat won ad evthiot, ua vdktse
.~~'O W. tel do-rsso an ys he b
from hos, -beiga most nt bleand cha-













th vry at~cs a-:h 6n-hnd'de ag a ai r a n ag enc
4 SP anot un, ta upon. v Sovee t yo the otnm newwl.wa ev
(4s Burkittor o )xpoesse it)es~ "iia 0Vddp g at0 ~ i n A o
he- vey t th o th a n o7 -
'slldn 1h D c God gesw- -aoes

















e fo uch 4 qpisur a save rontft 6pmnaio ''as-, he- next
rage tha aVy e"e .h 1ha s til o ru co i, U
strived I at Ter -hf dice ion shouldt re to, forichri
im gie iftthsespersenld4'5the thed wom n do then w.,eeion t


to im4 se the love eo scorig1 one posses both genusnda re.eo st odnescos ,n. l-,l t
0 theypray cion orefr ospesu fei
publi0 fr.Go'to-ie y'eesta~.fTQe-
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RELL -ND -REYNODS,


Celed t perso First as
Mall e0110-d tht ns:
s r Aa *1 S 1-
know him; second n k ow him n
third, h he' 'ko s himlself. o ,o eai h
brothe MD 4 critieism on Di. Cottre hi et
Ihardy skh os Dr. Cottrell as som p 1
rhes~t0 or.ashe o
the. f n knows 4eisa re tr Io r
ore iAs' a, P yE
Is it qIuite thl f I'm t -nto criticisc alrte L egr ac- ars:,- er," We_:hve. J
so ere gosfor' brhe M.D.eynls Djo tn
t a t n llyp- ee,
maicaly -correct tyrannicay 'fcse i11ibqral i W4 S.i r4 t
-fhi ie ines tha do u
not h t t t11s of the advanci hor
But: wh-a isthis supposition. based on-thi, "unf a
eff ea __Ah
voable criticsm fon on Su ly
sGd kow broh Reynolds, or as hekologi odi og ogbti
Y y ccui i f e
fhi som weks ao h s tot arvin
S'ch tohinvit womn to o c i e
tes ieto thi pas-itd 'w whe fts otnin sa
VGod came o r n, Ih dr R
nceaddess inth M~ehods rehurchthat dipesonWe0otinwaa
mu ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ to good. Her argumentswr eunigh it o tt igep an rive



voic et herrmanner carming, ndi I 4' ~ield orfo Ph12ake 0epn
nrbefore, or Sine wa "uch an e
e Why rther n m re
dea e r A eli hightyo u gsib ipeei pose bfe, c y
the nor th oo stie h equaora tel th local, in te way of limited
univers 14 oa, as to ty to stop thecatne ~r lcommnend to your earnest
wo of th gomd om o these ties W-ound attention nd sei
anot expc co C ii the w-rd or to sten d it would be unwi to re -
the ei p c withot ttihe ai0 chpromstising result Muc
Oly ao a he A t C recizedbody, rnd uchby sou
one of otbis Lphop-a ar Jipoght-t bod and it will surely leado
cwi m wa-id o afai o thei- *


v1ent re a thir irn ie,< e your hands the office yav
She o on for the high complimn



aloe. ~he knw htthy ar about. >sideover yourdelibeatons
r i t f t I gangewoul have ben
Maecs ad&I in whe: nex't harof h oe ett qualiied to



ID fReyr-d I I awake andcath uiip ce
-I Sctgvle I~ge u lky
S d rfe6yo toj the -f lb ~ rate






rl t he mationa tohJe

ltrade ics, a financ or y r t osed.
at,- -ever,iu h a'










Resecfuly
plo~~HER ei,; H-ELY _;., T wy of 1 't

uAo-hIy

Te110A n'nId
WO11k o f t e.T -&ob .,,WOD f hesc imes. l ioun atte I -s IOU
-anot xpcto-Chitinie.te oldortosealdtwoldb uwi, t pr
the, vilsof J-11, ra. n -:c. p w ra'd.


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f h1 old bondsand accrued inter '1 e
lie toninety-nine years, red@ e Bid Mt N~ewto wil 11 l hsf
Stae and beairing the yery low r to the "Divm iter noso
Itis belieyed. that the consum eaeteapr8pn tMte
redouind to the mnaterial interest o comes co tman Oribnsle
ofth6 old law allowing pr ferred cr The othtw a
wrai and honor to the enlighterhed judj &ather adur Moer"ve
in 77n ti-l, t






act i which this Exchanlge dol a hv t2 n !t a8 ,
i:-is










Onthe 17th do of May last our CO ast vi o






Tnost destructive conflagrations that b found an ioue early fu
Thirtyifour buildings were burned in wct- ten, bou 4 er
ion, and property to the ralueof overe d 16ftT 6d 6)
,Ci in"









Yet it is w -ith pleasure that I am al d erit o
to the Di w Xhave.! n lhs







instatce rebuilding he beenconIme thongr t cc ha t
meiit-tleaoO -










will be covered with buildini s f ar sup nuaie JeI oovhni
On July 2 an1 event occurred in of, the 4go
h ti time bevig tseriously t bstructed not aloneot Y
tr. tewton h" oul rf t tob









renu a pang of t orrow to the heart of t, t e tntie conve A) to a
nivtiersal sympa thy for the suffering I eaed. to accoun o el
section of the country to its profound women, 0.d fashiue th eoloe, -e
eest illustrations of th deep love of










n sttutions aid their chosen rulers, tj -d a -
whomn selected. t o car on-. -ur, -h4 d
asc11tion f thi grtaous ttle

ehave been visited this summer d y












that has -afflicted our country for a lor tbui txa ser ad aa
been ide-spread, reachi g fromn the 1 m i We la
aRocky mouitains Eo the Atlantic an 0 v
to exert an tportat influence u1pon i
vb l un vsinid e stude fin i '>













country is athredy a deMaonlstroted fac as the Di other
is not fully developed is equally a ar owvrcno utearh
roundedR by, and our itrae lies11111 ainel ni.Mttrs ltesmn s
1has suffered seriousb lo 5 in cu1ttingy anow ihl htGdi.14unt
becltmes a1 questionl of thle utmos0at imw ia oc
tin by our merchnts to so regulte tulu
esults toa all. -
During the year ie Exchange ha -a


















Thited ney- b r by death, viz.-, Fi W1 th-en., about un-
t. attton; andl IHon. Xohn C. Burch. etr athtecpvls1e e
embe rthip remain about v
tion ~ ~ ~ Ju aonid proert todan the vau 1ov f Ir



















Them Ctrshaving qilled as those y I
het thi Eih anse ihatoI achie a Pu
instanere l been edufront ite 6ogani von -u ta ts
t;mit the scohgrd;';i, u 4f.h e
wilb oee ihbidnsfrsy-e
nau fJh -Vh Bl --, ,,oT
.au'210"

Codfo ,yu,

Mr ewo te -eetejo-ig h
~ r t 10 a

ha benint- hji,
e~as ig':
tlxa'!'C t, t S0 1 fi'L S"

W hinc

n, -i tlelik tb f ep oy-


iid

been wid ;Id andh atB lsr, toal

(; hmtha ijwleT
pinps 'ith E ae'rsol and liear-l
-..6 6 1 1 I. I - 1 ___

N4tue ow eve, d ntq: i,
dea -in i i mrL '0 '410hoj In:l

P terD' as, 0.i
-'-" I- iaIAucl" wplua As wey,-'s
i;, L to fil I :,ii,
need d 1 e 0 nlal:2
esults t all. wm I X w
Won) itV1 or-
giens:,gialeesa. a
th teeI;rvs t'f:jr
E. Sratti an Hon Joh C. urch



HiI3Lf t i; 6 eoe]A
e~la~ .:mI

Tha thExcang ha no
-ighlyddr
i~i~ien
ave b Mr.
h :xpctdfrm t ogai
ini t 'af ,.'th









A WIFE TQ HER HUSBAND.

accomplished much il Bun t arn
form a large amount Will sit by a bed with a marvelou fear,
report is not as full a And clasp a band
best that our imperfect G rowing cold as it feels te piri land-

One of us, dear-
But one
Will stand by the other's coffin bi r,
And look and weep,
While those marble lips strange silence keep-
Darling, wbich one?
One of us dear-
By an open grave will drop a tear,
And homeward go,
The anguish of an unshared geiei to know
Darling, w hic one ?
Oe of us, darling, it must be,
It may be you wtll slip from me;
Or perhaps my life may first be done-
Whilih one?

TRUE WOMANHOOD.

OWEVER much it may be discredited b
people with advanced ideas, the highest
ty of worianhood atld the highest place of ho -
or for woman is that of the Roman matron,
jewels were a family of pure daughtersan s
dutiful sons. This is old-fashioned and humi rn
sermonizing, but, if it is not- true, set us a pictu e
of something better. The woman who raises such
a fanily is a heroine. She endures mental aad
physical care and pain. She meets and over-
co'e.s great obstacles by patie.t and_ perseVeri-ng
*effort. She 'is cdmt pelled to win moral vi oie
e. f r t.: "*, S he A I'**:


















over herself in 6rder that she may wi theni e
the wayward ndencies of her cildren. d t
f1 ii11 sh asw in :h -1
value of her ultimate victory is een i the v
ofth:at whic sheha wo. Lt first ptace she
brings happiness and honor to her- hban1l
vittory which is inth ighest degree. sa ictory
to her mind and heart, Ifthe second place, her
encc.,) ; --oh r.












hone exerts a salutary nfnc po ote
in the commn iy fnl y hercil
ing out toestablish ot r1 0i nd to C thir
infi nce upon society r0y t lessi a see
by r hroiand corstancy to a.gre: nd: aLn
increaing cin-e o pep Wo ae an
&tt :IC~ Z




th .-ow~r o et
w pusits refreshentae a, Aa s ll wieIll
produce the sweetness Of boGM and fruits s atteYt
it oyer a wide area, a it will not even lay the
dust-it will. do no goo4 what ver. If the e er-
bles of some of our popular lite ary women were ANGE 1
concentrated on a home and a family of childreC,
there would be ai- harvest of. liappines and virtu%.
to show for it--thrown broadcast, it becomes a
profitless sprinkle of rain. Carboa dissipatedl in
fhe air is good for the general economy q nature,.
ive s t the rbo in dimoiids and i TRADE.
cheery fire on the hearth. -JIteridr.


COTTON.

the close of one of the largest crops ever
tes. It is, therefore, a subject of congrat-
farmers and planters have in the main
s for their cotton. Prices realized daring
e fair, up to the average rate paid during
ears past, and in November there was a
s maintained with few variations through-
d February, thus giving to producers of
onths in which the greater portion of it
g prices.
ecline occurred, which 1was not arrested
en it reached its lowest figure, 97c for
nd up to the present there has been a
ng reached lic.
d handling cotton havd been greatly im-
edgyed fact that no market in the United
ore commodious, warehouses for storing'
a bale is allowed to be exposed to the
but few cotton markets can truthfully
ancial facilities are ample and shippers
nces upon perhaps more favorable term
n market, and in freights 1iave been
rates, being now 12c per AdO pounds
Eastern points than from Memphis.
the cotton movement of N s ville for
at the close of each month:






h <1A ~ SSS~
_W, 1 ~ 1A







Co 4pqndenee of-h''New Ar us,.
Another objectioii the remonstr nt or, cstly array. d
bring agidist w man sbffrag'e is regdedw t wi
q~~ ~~~ tzytz#~~ ood, modesd~ io
3). It is contrary. to the teachingso9 rgomdst ol ohr o
the thl. Iuribegske tdproue isters. do ,ihtheir "od hi
the Bil. U, enas 'Witdo h'
Veb vi e tha 'baided hair," their "costl
Ho vote id be o r ow II they learn to "ado 1em
tot en 4a e of God, be cponents r e ar ttii dep ha
-fo ow toW 9,t Y;i~t


Wbiity to prove their aseti,, r etdd o Faht ito mk rdem s abae

o t. Pu, whereI he sa~y, 'LLetwo whUp ,ooks as though, nsie0 i
&e ke ilne in hurches,'4 o Ue commad asto sileuce,ie expce
caes tha wom the wife i theeto Qpray andj pohesy. For if
thotrW l e o be not ecov ~re 4 the als
oo'ent el, ,f ovd h- enfioedkL



W~fk if d d sa eb 1dd et all beforo on istnc. Pu a
a~ret tn ohns ay6 whh philosopber a metap ysicin and IJ
woud ~rat asesaionh thywre ha heard god, reliiome1-~
tob lire ete e e um -bers aubd oh ayd
y "Dare any o ving the~ CouilofNie "he
matter against anohe, goit a befr pplswola ag u bro
theunj ad noY boethe r ains? t do ,or
"Now he e, eeis ta t
amoig e e yeto, ta or duce 0 Makei t he ahur4 o
with anoter. Whydo uent~ aher obCristthan all the es fthe~ BUbe
take wr bWy do ye no rae But Iinmnot aw~ar atan~y woma
rSey WjRlem







htll we the yu pe opl teach or p fid toq
o t fu in s houec; I ion hf woe wo ma
no-t,.Pauwidow e aeln -he ,thr sarq- 'Letap woo many evfidd so
Weaggenew 6% pwhis aih in wo men, '1.hisenoraem











Qouly i ttdows he ar h trr p t
,neukey'sllenbegu towxwn ehualkers in thea btrh e 10wel and
'thethem t pray "Auill and~ Prisil












wtha thoymlanto d Ap, n ef9Ft or
Wan~~~~~~~~~ r6n ebu frmlos os;admgtnte acitue, wo
ha otolyile uttthee lo n 'w oiaso btru t ed vn r h Is
bqu. edes 0 t e' lttif-.,hrh..USb~1 Wenc aurt dihgenl the tenk ft
he~~i U." Iof. Ife Lbt ioidorce bed, epk the &(i ged,
o "f ddet h 9e",ey ar ls d ea ilew
sha 1bebe yd (lemu t all bod fore po senfed y ..P aul w o
t r, "Tl" "atr" ad ol q i a mtpris ici 4,a n lp b a

















a / g e m y tf h 'y L t h i elo iue
es and Of L whic
wto e lide






rem, --were at, la t w m au twou'a-

y':S u2T"A tt bore mor e lie-o -aro
'a Ue @0o M euoman~ e, toa vieh ve h or "og -g,-


vera' He sends gree;rg to.wowl
40 men a0d sOn y ebe' e a re
t~~ tere~ Sutif~
han s t depst ete th Ro. mAl s He tte 6h wo en t~
dhe' onh o ad a ofe (he r rE
0 -


Phia~ebver bhiscill ansDocas an rOTe npe glsO and. gmercav w eu lo ,



that he recognized women as so o s chufh w e
01u thr it one itiore liker th t r m e-tj
e t h ujl




D.o -enot say'tee i bianer- v e eio A i
nor temale, for~ ye ar l nem inCh t obqve it sr ~ii
He are-pd ld itht o d i p u
mxan aid -wniag, le ad f- e
la e e nt hr-do re
minion. I te thce 4o haose two ft ertae
dvine utterauices how r mn~t st u eds arealwy pb
his ay jIdgme ecare that 'o- e y l -
nxsE i no e c
~~i~~l~~li OI;ll*b~, tie;b
m asaono the eqiao m aa- e4- r; o.fte




exapl atof follo The trut is that lefy en ow epainPuS OL
to9 u
th e o t o tain thas r q %n e
-tio te-eogwmn sfag b theiror reh C-iguora woen. see theat atrre
1sil s~nregarded: g
lont the re Is tne spiutir tha o P M uoha as Tro ho nt te re o















<0> _1444..e l p .
teb Tf wod _he on
Didne'uhoitsy b tw tten m:eifen hvnd e wo e lgosied 'A us
foroe arre A11- iod XIS, 1,,(a she gne' ar t e. stree
fe uale W ei ath er alon ae r se t _a u
iteuie ot tbe t Gode mpr ad piso pie3


Main tlf image mae: d te Th
mennds -ed thate t hr e-' M e IIN
alpaerad i a~ th d en t hia-9 plah esperom r8urat, te-Ra lkibs f


h ihg o-tb6 face6- ah i-e tha h asoih v
ga~~~~~~~~~~~ slvtob slfsabiso t ltfllt
Ihif in' a es, howna I C

tf raco ntishe s m qp l, s e -llow offls ae. ahr way ph ogrep
h brker. I jud men to,!ea o se tha t ple. -ys 'wqt
man. is oul OT e v eit M~ an isted r Se't.1"
~ah wa pulh p oe, led elledl,_
tor euen_ d, is prfety gfe
.,y 411 O n 0r.,i, ~








atmes o vlethiry s dout, i. h die o-uge.wti







tt t Pree 49tplg, um
-_.:: :iC
Ulss .Sh ws asoa u
Y T ta as grga10U19 C















6.a a mar td.W M9u h ri a e.'sd J
ex etofalo '. Th J t at~e

ifon to, suffra e by heiT teli-
~u;; ~ in_- I ny*''"'~:r~~lr
iot,6'ia;_ n h 81 hm, att W mi~$ thr' t~plr
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ow -b'







Ahed0 uitein `a 60 Ettroae, h6 says,
'!h huth rac d an betel.in, he

s c o ee grea conmunvi
t Warte bga-b re Saint Paul
t wi east at Ephesus-
ay t'red in vain(:ie euwnnig of her
Jeusits having tried in tvain ogbic ard
exhorta tiona dreloqureuee having tried
iivaino the attraltionsof art an..





oman~~ ~~ wil ~i ~i otry ,
architectureii d U Bile hasing td in,
rit e-ctear power of thZiW dA
appel .e -f.,f:ha,







alA oatin tot. ooo
adthe, fearp e~illnt, tece
d ts ari th Do tw
-an goes forth 0o conq Ue r, andtphs
_wild, beasts, the.,:S atat slays that shI s*1, '
,,_V` ,







Sit to betrusted withhe ball ot whh
igie o 6 he biteasts." ro
)_more vitne0"y Iilprd
i 'lid:
bo how tbhe ballo tha
Ni wfl-,b: q
womanwill urit hiscounry a~





we nen ve' and thi
-allIed fromn the p p; s!to v~iz VIZ
\Taftid al'Association, of BrqwerTs, who
t teira iualseUio blehldn, the c-it,
-Chioaggo ber, 181, pa~ss e
fllowing, res'o itbt:
-Resolved 'b .1 e Olpop' alwaYs
1-'htd everyw'h6re,6 th'e baillot iu h
u'MAns. of-women, for oman's _Vote
th6 lagst bope of th& Prohibition-ife
Up'on this;... eaveQuch of my -r6aAders
ag. r d' i -as, -o seei 10 eg d ,aii
ardiflu'e'hee for .Ie c lue ftg





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..$199,314 36
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tket at the womcn rto iatti thp otm rto-oo
ischilin.Th srrworjo loer, ion W rs aigbentu
coxxpiders theat st. To1th period A turn Sabote. arply n
.11C2?







he w rse to the progessvetill n k' rie uor e- Ehl t in rd
--o the ,,it the' no




-mteg wini Wllri h o 'man. Johaan th p tMorbs.i:h Ge te "
ofu h n on o hr ei her h bane b w ii





ticles~~~~~~~~~e enite H low torW ermie n g hv aviJngsln e
r o n ie, wh ich i se afh de ide l b nn r t th Ire ze s 'Mr .M r
e-s-pone.- Se- syc : di a Jo es S inh Englwishb uit ik
it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L thetene da o oa i onorble A h turnbou Jo be f h I
-at the. :_-









? Ste il eerbethiephig re ase isra lly proied reflutrt

ifet'a e se seuda so h i of justicatth gde. Hygedeal -W th

.ogat h pmotu ressimpyv oeeta.he e er u h
ad7g wircl i'noti rfar f tesze iteh `U5rng 1 lug, heel
; h heps ~cie wo thel nowdeste'o havir, anbad mns, eso
aggy.~~ wS wil `he He in perhe,: h itrtdfgrsi tedtsal


Eg ~ on oe hstevlae eitr; 6-ry hhc ishrontu 5th idal I
likely~~~~ ~~~ Smhe wlbeaocte Heia wo as wilh;eaet crl
votr he il be byon aperdvn r ahs esr anf tofichh
rea o he mrrige tht th d mai aisi, h hi ardeon
s er-o prnu c, the ma and stanep thoughotl sad

7.an one, wo1, h Jonof x "Tes Sith," woand, wBe -atrie,
ona in hu -re- th thoan ant ho i














11 be likel to'fea oe oftee p in. S e of' the. clu
days, ~ ~ ~ ~ 9-1 itbig ely o newi 'r ut od 0ae Ulu*Sh
ridiculous ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m the tetewonhre ( y 4an inro vh
ma ad if.'T er idee wmn lndf d1,es adlf g)tt
thefuurewil ever V` desgnteh a i~on1ae go inieun'Ah, -oan
o-4pov Smithh
lesse iihts- ofthe sam guil

i of.,
nsi goad H s th&-,:I


u e mo! an 1'1 dfi


te o t x
an, parSI ecur, .0
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villdg- 6 h, he 1 J g idea








kePo'shall help to,,hake its every. ay s, or:th'e Spartan.
h lesome; the skill in detail, M 6 t 1 ]Iedc 011e
Ut m- !*`_,e

ustworthiness in finance, moth iness
In el% athy, so long extolled in privgateo
-life all exalt public station. Indeed, hs.was st u th
i I were asked the mission of the idel or organi for
woman, I would reply: 'It is to make i strcio womeA n th
the whole world home-like.' Some one department& of larnig ht in the
ha s id that 'temperament is the cli C medical chools
mate of the indiv Idual, `but home is firt session, 05 tober 12, 185Q with a
onuis climate her vital breath, her y f P
air. A true woman carries home ractit V



gay be ckoned rom meay dif te
Ra 'v e o rS







Wiete er eou happen to find her. But was bitsrc oo
'::soune's not merely four square walls.' ing dor eIea ea
ome people once -thought- it. was; U we as coegotr
an hey thought, also, that youi might cile m orea ikdy
wel thro down its Lare and ephreof omn.thme
s to carry away i a r.,




am and ypinninhgawheol. But it sur- was bite 'a-wmeo 666M,
wsis spoliation; and when wodn 0 0 id
c to ick their own geeseaand do oa oueice
fl en d~yeing,it still seren'ys miled. earnet Prplinie ateae
machin took iawav mcL o eo
isoccuation; the roen n Ohies frmt 9# ngvs uy
landies have intruded upon its do- de ~owpg fmd age
mn indeedt men, by 1heir 'witty in- o e f
o re perpetually encroahing hol
w' wo i's tphere,' so that the yuext lieve ehd ouffr. of wrt
gs eration will no doubt rn the ok- i
toye out of doors,rayd the hous1kepr, Mg Whoe ho tia
at ding at the telephone, will order 'phice to be-Ihore -w
be er coked meals than almost any one the wmndcosi at~r
hVeoadas, senoi from cimetii cater- db st 6th
p bf atic tues, andh th debr t t 6areo
tro picned to a general sleaning- hr l w
estalihent while houses will be tb
te, a yare now ghd and








p1ied with wator, igeneral m orAhoth e
efervoi yournal. smiled.
by the;-teher of t.] v








failiar as household words, and v
all the regions between the PotoC o
the UOa,









t hae demntued bupnde bys geograp P_




ail
repe o
ve h u a :aly e racin
le e f:,0
t- t Wd
h ,s s (f e -
and do- ew good -( -an Y

:stov ut. -of doors,
ts'andligat, th -elehon, wll rde PaceAobe~~p. Cou e
bttr o-e ieas ha amotnyon te 'm: A Aii
d DLt a j , ,w
jia'J~wda sntfiom cintiic atr, 0


1ete ,,as -tey ar n w l h d an -- t .O rg.







P1 lusane 6f '7 u te D
agiz the Or ihtcas They, a e intiut t ,
it Io ed to e v r t ft m'Ytio wa made of being
Th)ie4;, rc N~a

Jo wth th) 4o,) d su ay it o s



Thea4 teces ae t alwaysr pee G1C l Itc Thi ugetteaitu

ition, As h olnd thed 'I'' essi-o n w h fit u ionrda, t
need.1Zed wolmen as'. rs thh1e movemen -smoetr ps' u ofte mei, pr
At"the. o mpen. ceton ent, ,Mpar ce -7 or. oures qe
U88,9 eh toa iihr v l d c o y o 2 s m c s $1 0 0 a dL es l
the grad6a6ing cl ss e _64li'r s oh- 000 bl
a All oqurenpe 4m~rd 76a d 0a m inel i was 0, es-tV

reamnin the, 189sespne. h s uh$500 es h' 1,
ge 000 tile e a ,






responde fimtiey 2Irspn V 0 r~eporte leSsu~i .*tdha t $100 e
Theu ft.'Asecnd zuedtion peraned- Agin.. of Ho" -a"6,-fal6e4c`.7e`e

practicbefs gyn~eofogy preomiAytsbeng. Phi-i aelphiT akid Nesw YoAh
T h e t i e q e s i or e t d t o t h tw ic t h a11 t n u b r o l e t r r a d
cian in t v0cm qut en pro esse lo e Wo e' eia oleeif6
,l wilt: th 152asivtd'a d 150 reor fi, -qetgo. td"
tedcoria soiaz rqogitin.Th -ft h- ques on tas Ar ,6u
T e ourth q o n or i rer em r I s the y : I` I ot4er











stic to he-ork'quo plised y wpuetoa ry,,vicjl sj.ociety Ale eih
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8 wer assitadts es,. the .2 asptaya senig iucd witas S20 J4te os t
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-1 y.Wl

ber gratefull om din- day..
Neither m sto no y e rst
of th'e preachers sa 'ingle word
censuring me, or cculated to ound
my feelings in relatio t the tand I
took, and many women encouraged
and urged me on while coiing tn fe
A 0 'ding to meL





the fact that they dared not stand by
mer-itep4 blio.
Mr. Keener says thi ueston has
leftthe political arena In that state-
nment he is misled. Yearly efforts are
still made at the national capitalan t1
many of the tate leislature and
anyone. my be inform ed of the prg-
ress which has been made by consult-
ing government records nd tbe litera-
ture of the National Woman's Suffrage
Association.
Mr. Keener also says, ''Woman suf-
Wom-an. and the Church. frage is to be fought im the church".
It seems to me that he forgets himself
strangely, as a Christian miie
Ir













when he declares war upon'dny class
ieenoughIi of women n the church. The hurch
i at whait a tisadsvatage b- is a Divine institution, a peaceful place
p rs -i th';Nhw LEANS iCHs of refuge to temptdsoul
t of his rda who repentandsae piedin it
.'a out heoin Christ our Savior
hWo hrisian -Tepe Ministers have told me that en
oWma opinions on woman suffrage hgd noth'
i te ing to do with their eter al slva
t o wmen of the that it was no bar to heaven an, more
thi pr-.olivities. The than a man's views on politil N
A, :


















A oy tions would operate to end i to per
o dition; that faith in hrist c
does S"



















fh ozen re- and where th pi t of God, e
he Te Woman's liberty, and if n o woman hadth
iian" Temper ance U ion s r- spirit, they were not far from the ki
V'y dpartmhents, an n fteedom.
th The blessaed Savior never soke One
qi





















word tb depress or humiliate women
wi aing_, I "jie-




















d n in the scale of e
tiss Wt ate, bu herare many t oJ. ht wounded their sensiti've hear Swen.
71 ome, dubles, wo pipoveofhe knew they wer flo sentI'D"]
(Ih"op ther ae);butIbv ol the most-delicate and bea utiful." flis
e hmy- ministers may -Us 0, J4
II




















1"J amgfember ofteWtoal. governed by prej udie," oan. MinAl
si;tufrae ssoiai;, and tiable, ambition,! :andl a a al
a, -e'ee uh for hih will reku hathons
atY y ae -h:l'e\but the redo h h
ty dus rio W andh p u
rc mide e y aneve rr






isters, opimes, .do-, botthat thei houe,
"other in:, sraee w who greatx;_ wo ada


tael fa Afortyiyears. who St a om
I~a _LW:j
xhad, rest for. fbrty years." I mean digtin-iing latIng,
SDeborah 'the prophetess, the',:wife fint ofofh dos -blinob ier
Laio0"W own we like to Ier) pr'etatio'n'' to wonian's htl
hename of Miriama too, th Uefabne- IChrita Church.O
gation of Priscilla,. who, St. Pa ul says,. I thinkit, may esafy 1 0
"for myS life laid down her own neck"; t18& whtis tfibw-
of "Peis who abred much th d t
Lord"; of "the elect lady" of St. John; hooseeepers, and- it R
of the four prophetesses of Cesar' t, W-o
Woman is now a thinking being, and d o 0fhers,'oan he dinAee.
active in some degree in church Work, ing t d I cerful






eminiterw odacep h s.a el
-0 -o s till w










fant od at upos bel eving tat we the krethr if theb rill kind o
are all, as -has beendeclared one n fidor us aft-_-, a o0
ria. Masoer we llgi e h o
St. Paul certainly roeognizod wome tion and co-operaiointeer
-~~ri-:r %V










ir pheying h nd praying, and when the church as hey h e hA
Ch rformed h~is fiast mfirle, a of, o~rexpect~ed1i thpa.
wo wentbeore him andm nd
6 hfovr he biaddh yot dothat
do.' Ad dthe wo an of ntsuria said
to al th peopleshe mt, 'Comeand
ai c e min who told o all he things







tha m iI did: is not this the Christ ?'
Hfow ba atiul is this language "Upon







ay serva n my ihandnaideins I
willpor out p piand they saball

Wrmen do not de nor ish to put
side the great natual ft that minis
Chrisl dMite tr in Iompatible ia the
ordinary rerairm entr of tgn ir d ome-
i a;ythe reonizh e ally









know fac tat ho teliet

edi l aswita pecial giftsan
iw hng ahe y ne edw hen
0vorled fo fi -lotuacommof
place, -Wnt haefe hoeimesdn and e

do.". irAad the pwopmean s theama saide
to Aalol, thpooke sh imrej in her and,
_d e-allnh whtoldn men allte wthings
Hwbatifurlis this dances Tese Pon-
pr'i'O-''. :es:essSI.;I 8?:1.1
Woan o ntdeyno is o u
asde te gea. nttia ac-ta mnis







teralduieg reincmptilewiuhth
i- iI-~f th earliestli
6ce A
x-t ae ppa
Va ift-




111,1111 Ac.e wath''-- sp cial gifts an
~~a~;n- J y.


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If ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tthe oktc emode oretr-g ue
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o f 1n o b e r.t .;t ,a -6 l e-rb a a
pers asio as 6 Edtay n Ah ''heitie
most~~ile o be e a







"heihadome buti itisbeut
"lt -0.risi ge lemfaues rm c
1P,







Ing"ion, or trm sae h a l
trde, t, ihdgre u t ntb
swetes b, tem pr bT eolne inK
noene re, fesblt whic 0. OwnB
I h64s afctht just rises: youratteni

,mori tlraan ri your attention a f
g.H vera 0e h mv ar '1id light butthe


awe as ahe plases;~ they" com~and
liAn gn t f n






authori&d hu by vrtu. He sttur
eidiffq to 0l h i ta e








1pin-es lo p n. Sh asalth ir n s
Ak a d b ea :
1. in h:










~a l t s s it mp
weaffiegs. er vbcle i a oftlo
commende tot ourrm eat rul i ubi
asseiblis, but o chrm hosewho
cero it .onhas Por radvathgey must
cde in a- h h arit for d







Mon isth1 -e 8rnsriet ofte'P er e

vre.y ofmtes teet isl n
bui he d odes of ith chiscea'she l "
In- r m- eatu from 60:

















0 n ... 0q d l g e a iple 8 h hs '"u c
''nVOyin r --fro strkn thn0 si
JJ~














avodigr be oug t ist to say
hr e:o o. a o fheart itis alctat
knweev teS t 'r neo ies n --a
an lesbiy whch A face.















s h'f'^ rtherau-
ti n vv
-jja Alic. tb j u your t-fd
A rases





th~n, aise ur ate til i atfirst
yiBi"'~"
a m ht:but-t




r' ild i~x ey
h eaeB -hey- bo mand`_` MU
offie no b
_-'gp'bd man 01 t :Of
He satr
th- but -by -virtue. e
acy7-s as'







`d` s, no- J
-4 -4 oei









'Ao :-,does--not, impl
_4 1 ~e%-~l
a, ow-









he 4 o
i~q fr ein puk










Aseb-s`-U I arW1
ah m -110
Ose.:

















tsrc seby2 q std o ur -'Ars.
b" d sr r o r
6 f '-tl for s e88 Ya




['~risto LetrtoCi .o ltr Oears,
Jhriat M Sai nh e, S, S n rea lt tofdl n
hmlaa wsu








inwerfl 0n newudrel hr

jetos to emnsfraesmtigp
t ary to b sai toil cleatr to a Wati iu

h bs f geerlf accuiaittwonses fn isoc


ple -m any any poitveogme
h s






arg az mm prsso
dfiibI ow i i-h re6" ac the ttegaa
_J e, rocedi W ~ fi;-"











',etin suffraeita wu :Ag y e'
xv _Wdec -Viti, hsiag
take. The reom'admee ao
Ah momeietmnw6tw iveddu
the alast: thirt Oer. baa:Lne
asm~ :ot u66'advitc fri wheith m''aibj
rge re W-0 'haesi t He. Ini1 fo l
us l t 1- the prvlee ofiGoe met
a n eainy-pc At-ude1 y em
tding woment
Garfieldi voeVori nCoges
trilaio ao a -uf 6,61ur t
ti e of womanp o 'l'

;will Abe6 no en: Ato thdg
: Longfello
dob +h"6
'i f bd b x w- f 'TI
ft~w~bo a Ne. th C

A and'amo dOD, 'IT~f


L41PBSPo~e
[Arr~ge tiat WOU qelvtittm








evidence ag4 st i'. it. 11
x~vo 't
.::*:._0




Q' b t h 9_JLs' thi~k'.' ax Abrah `L'In
i'i"-iii,-n '

spkoad 'to:TO -















_won a al ieaea- scen / o2 u otclJ m v gi s


rm f,-s vote 64 asp& offsi` 1 Tf th u an 0ae xviz.e wo-n.I li v4
of 0 .thW pepe '-t a~t polticS wl o orgt htsc t



eon on ne i.u rqestoiionbl yt4 'bi
6if- IU, thepwopa' as smns;te ieo n
Sup os 0o theO Pe k oticr 11 re. t tolie ond or- hree
eop,th in q lf on t h ., or On. tha io t of Letheir aes wt

Tt- theysiaque h! s l doa,
erill atec te pbjot'o h1Stys all the faryug l to 01- 1e qd
htsit~~~~~~~~~~ Ol o hs fseb mall ol, gh"tsntrd irbe
I ao~ h ever aV6r,, Ho hllmngw ,fp sI uele
) ,ths wdkersex e tw wil seve teid othin adingher


of"~~~~~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ,oe In in it W1Althtnthrisciitvewmnod
Tp 8,I'hai 6 h. -ofs u ivre itl 6m k -er Os 6h m al ,
psrsnad ~ia vQToT l~ike -to li t, Ou S el pnd~frBy.
Y,11 theS l7ws fil whoP the ire io n la ed ho re2 o doase fmn
fua lleaf aeeltld o lo lohum th reacig'e w -oit trdwn

condi ions a 1, "i ,i e s


Then come the at pbc om
r, as o a t6rae woeul- Thenrinttwatrdlc t
dic, rig Women th sprng tln c8nn ceohma uh
iI ,o ies to unasap whyr
ce iUo5gistlica 1 f st ra1 edq
gymful n quler e qly Aie













alpm. I

pt1,52t
1122, -Y JOhSEPI B ET RN~ L D. OD. S Y,188
1, Jread -in- te SoTwsH NRTHDSi
66! the 27th in Asri iciim f`ron Rev-. Thos,. 6,8
w Whteo r itgrl' I oyn r~


trcfof Bish Maryin,: adere jovitd

169t1 Op er O, -o l s h I I l p.pe en ug 1 : -- ,_ ];:
329 it A s 'A haiin co*slbsco Frrfit



Bikle o, mdfal feraven, e! t -447848o

P ot to -X. I-71t0o5o19i
1 iert 9f ffd t e st r t Yi 795'894
vely aacilail th wa verse to e wraf
franMaishnen o ya- 6" t nob ueril
3,276 7 7


1471,632 ran tisubo -Aon
i a~ef he~t148,096Q





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:I:1, W-~
i EARS,
r de edgeeIp

g tex 4u or in Liverpool.
o a to ealoet wher, 7.8


6:6 se', 0 h coset, elen he is to 8.1r 0he
andtae ou are of imhb' ox 'da e 'th -o in Liverpool
6 09
7.19
oman aell rn peu



5.42
S c-o ratin 75.73
.. 4.86
_j_ ma e in- os to'shuthe.-



eace7ul e u i n a t 4.37


3.92~J
kWjs hmn bou ofise beaueit i 4.80
y. -4 i lntis'd livin organhismweefw
--takeed os wi 4el io-der eto ain'uts 40



S6.0

4nd c t 5. 0 5i
597
im~~th -of sad 'Iamtevine, yerotn. 53








5 08.
o, wman" If woen hdbenlfaiue Int b2











Amet. utit p hppnstht~ 8ot4 $lus 18.37
22.46


"h' 15.30


4.6
;Iou tacc vod wido m hven ch-acerw e Iso 7



f an '': tt' 8.36
brhatsp fure n_ fo esaled oh ugur y he y -o ured
Irttir wy omenmypitt teBots

hafteU dicure 01 proseO tC I be t 4.80
t7.6

6.94
lid oipl t h emodm to
a ty an -'c di ity. s pro hi s ed, of 5.51
., -Aii~ I n it b!
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6.22
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"WW'JI I ik~ ::I




ir p o m an ce ,0
Aavoring the =D ier
ose the. -om orv an i

he Savori x, toXodhe:t


I'e,acie a wiet ivoman
int rOd, hea i m Sayl, I prayk-ee her"

c te bod of th1hd a
"~a et. '.


w efrn i0 rcpoiy one,
1eding prto the mesur b-fA

cripuled -a' wise heWoart ,ut ofratt CI
'eason,~~ OAol epyta
near itho,. -hat, m:a' ek,.'Wth: thee
















-0, ymgntv r mao tAa
-Re-kdtng words apprehands
are: truth eIt am& _1t theul
Of ho Mati t at e a ffi a*
he soilfarc" lhr


.Aeld of d noth aa`ah ignore in thq
copctdby thtwic q_4N
acri to- wise measur
S, i;ion,, b i v
yi, n: rp s.
.,m n.. A W 0 -av -m QC_ OII"

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changeof nam woul ae beeniso evnree el"Jon wa
tiala pecui y etati h t o bout owh

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yer 0n Lo4dn, seeingiher anae cozi- yu redwl elahmdo isl
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me w o l e- l-~ er e e .Jo w a
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AJ BELLA is o ha-bella, o Fa
Anna, but is et e fe-hiin eof Haniba at depen e
nmeamng gift (or grace) of Be1. Arabella is not
Ara-bella, or beautiful altar, but Orabilia, a


in tsbnsit t6 4i611, '
praying woman. In its Anglicized form of Ora-
bel, it was much more common in the thirteenth the oet dreams o v eo
cent'ury than at present. Maurice has nothing women ig I f
to do with Mauritius, or a Moor, but comes btwpe the ites oS
from Amalric-kirnme/ reich-the kingdom of rh nt
arng i th a, m
heaven. Ellen is the feminine of Alain, Alan, aracg, lthe ki
or Alla, ard has no possible connection with h, aithough
Helen, which comes from a different language i idee n, u a te r
dee-isziadebdtt all te ,4oftq
and is older by about a thousand years at least. t 2
b e. government belongs to tel air sex.
Ayis not 'from alirne, bu ri.Aviceo goner b n u
:is en a 1 de'pendoni6ts
o T h e k in t ire igo
Avi ,* doe's not exactly ~mean advice,, as some u r Th
seem to thin-k. It comes from }zEd-wis, and', 8 iiar ax
ans happy wisdom. Eliza has no connection
with Elizabeth. It is the sister of Louisa, and are, without exeptmno
~~,I :esex.. These, Ami q n-ii ns rid in,
both are the daughters of Heloise, which i se. These A zon
wis I is I indI e
Hele-wis, hidden wisdom. There is, eed cine style, eringh
another form of Louisa, or rather Louise, which mntead of spu. ey c
I swig ve
is the femenine of Louis but t~his was scarcely lance, wi ully
and also a musket, w ia ged
heard of before the sixteenth century. The at full gallop The capil o s 1
~:~iital of- t- little'l~

older Heloise form of the namye, Aloia, Aloisia stte lies in epar
r Aysia was adopted into medieval English, of the island nd in a fritful
as Alesia -a name which our old genealogists and is defended by 1Wo l
ys confuse with'Alice. Emily and Amelia for1re sel'
are not different forms of one name. Emily is xc ange s a be a Secretary
from zEmylia, the name of an Etrusc n gens. y the Board of Directord.
Amelia comes from the Gothic amala-hav- on, the following officr re
enly. Regmald is not derived from Regina,
and has nothing to do with a Queen. It is
R"l-Aeini-alt-exalted purity. Alice., Adelais,, Ade-
Alisa, Alix, Adeline are all forms of one Vice-Presidents, to serve until
rare, the root of which is adel--noble. But
Anne was never (used as identical Wvith Anns, Vice-Presidents, to serve until
or A-nes (of which last the old Scott'1i Aii
isa variety), no., as I sturdily maintain, wa ock Vice-Presidents to serve
Eliza'beth ever synonymous- with Isabel.-NQ e
ndQzieres.b oard of Directors, J. N. Sper
was elected Treasurer an Laughlin Secretary.
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wok.omil iee ordew hi er til, is pro ebly onbe atr eibute tgat
e,%6r. s h i 0a1 ot& Of a or wthah bil aefr h otp r o


8,1 mowyf- Shoymof 'he:h 0he of 'the fon ina drs atl edb
GloteeSter-MIr branhofthe British

I- essJ hit hmen wa'bIt~ tos iposiby-ten, idi pbihdinTevr
A -e dee rote po1to 6ta the 0. -Wqoua,. tal e
er to a irl s ino herself, nd Wka m~esekrci ot estri9t
not be ham ed by contact with ther adteherel ote eto


e pr'om esllen be, h of oune or moes mod te noofaprucoy ouie
wgmetry ~ d no Vh ae h ey woeoer nd nvor, tn -prorbt.
e iqme usine ss! s ares apdt thi beasuper iorA 0eoe og msplydi a
he,~ e An x stbiknt&e o dilra
gh feto h e I e'lf ifn thW hh _strry ovey ir rquiedto
emsely~~e-I sh la md sm Ye in- n ow Ar a sidtal 'dtme H
who~~~~~~ ~~ are -ann hi w iig ar u ut ls t e rq i e aen _eor I


tifif h >yliigarnd woerkin wikmeayh topopamr cyli. Amf

theix mer irts 4g, apr erom one l anso"t ijr' endu a &nce "G- priso ers' be, c:hr m ai
unit, an evey on knos t finbdie oth I nhrshossol
r llowsofte. pouitsion ha o ed- toumvr n hnateaa yug
a gil ad irhey'hare idther easo inlence themto do so
Tsecs en theyk rasr ft i

66 t b 6 ther'ydi'ng Wladie id businessbg~dt:,
9_4 ty,, if h thx

vbf wDd itins in *6wu-r lnt o 10 fm ,he :el






you. ua I av 6 Ia e: o Go-eTh en oservic of -wom hing,
Mset mpy in ere&_tof

ave. le -hd todhih n at has_ lonen&ppu
-I 41 h ha yoxi e10' Govern ment -,ep rvient owe hiSoi
; 9 h idtin aieyt fvraa1 he
ert4cl 'h-~ nr had t a h y ae sarlea i skaghble
ade nd, if you wat to be thoroxtgh e b-en up41 e. ti i-t 1
cjg -oreeymonnlana~ cl lec an, oe quve ome-
as -Vi 6, b iedrn h ae btie lcsfrw c
prcue4&ikeliki ete terntrlcpct t


q a t l t gte e kcept U >z frb x iia nlec hr ard, 4,-
to 'e-' ic may gswr o m00 oe mlye yte 6en

as:,r that em clia tee r nla ltbeAiiat
vuor 4-s ida aeay o w oth-rq,
rough -to :ourae woe .T egr fse
-Yo o .6.u rel
"71iev 1m endtD r pamg pax, me n T su, owh
16y a goo Uiu firs teit ett
1 ~t faqevin yed~or, an -a -

o ms:en ire, efrt mo
Any tobe knwml ttao
h"lt ofo as admenr ande bl
fn liev ant ih ''t-l hpav
AnHe rOf m of a h ExhaneT fit topbtifor the' on
sebuines from 11 -b tob or- ock ben. te much t it value it
wu'. uonk ti ad h f
chirh of-IY the Ring!_Dviin ha




te Tr persering private study, ud
re, i the 450e i s antage of a lack
try:bepr ot iclu th 45 i
of Engraving and Printing. Qin adoften after alhard das' wrW
J 9
h re e- loeed as corresponding, at the desk. The work of an examine
,stenographers, in the Patent Office can best be shown
aecti sengrphrs
S ntes, librarias, and in by giving an instance of the duties of a

opysts contes lbraian an -
einstances as chiefs in charge woman filling the place of assistant ex-
of sections, their duties being super aminer in the Electric Division, all
visory, Some of the books kept by whose. department is that of electrie
women, are models of beauty and ac- lighti'g. The number of applications
orchefor patents in this sectioi is enormos
The anareport Controller wch greatly increases the diffc dle: of"
of the Currency, with its bewil ering discriminating between new clais and'
o numn of statitics i almost ex- those which have been met in some
elusively the work of women clerks. patent prdiously granted. The in-
En some' of the auditors' offices 'the Y ventor givesat leastihalf a dozen spe-
women are obliged to havci a. knowl- cific clim ossessed by hi%
edge of b iankig as well as of mathe- Iention. V is heh necessary for the
.,examiner to lok upall patents of this.
The difcult and responsible work of class. This ivolves nooy careuk
the Redepion Agency is done en- research through all the files of thei
Ttirely' by wome ,n.; This' division i~s de- 'aetOfcbtas n. all scientifli
bw_ e.Y1~ e Patent Office but id t sen
ted exclusively to identifying burned books. and e iodicals relating to, the
and mutilated money, which is brought class of inven ions under considem-
there unde4 all sorts of strange and re- tion.
mardable circumstanees inm every part The Post-Office Department nemploy
of the country, to be-redeemeL Some- 124 women, princi ally in clerical work-'
im it is so y defaced as t seem but some branches ots k aro f.
Salo o d oientifiication. a difficult nature and require tpeculiat
The 'Interior Department 0employsl fitness and class of qualifications. A
-women, as examiners of a plica ions knowledge of the -modern languages
or patents,' olerks, 8tenographers, type- and a complete and minute f a -1ii'rt
writers, accountants, tracers of draw- with localities are requisite in many of
ings, copyists, pasters, etc. The, work the departments. A lady ini the:Dea
of women as examiners of applications Letter Division is the --most slled
fr patents deserves the highest com- expert in deei heringg Misdirected a4>&
mendation, since it requires -,a knowl- illegible letters in this country, d,
edge of physics, mathematics, chem- illustrating her peculiar -,in thi W
istr nd achinery-brinches of field' she is called i e department
-tud' ith which at present women th ri ede.' Letter
haveonly ltd opportunities to be g ge, -the perversio of 1- lan
come1thoroughly acquamnted, the smat gges, ad i c
tering of science taughat e averag iirec at omtte oh
:,.m isoc d U
girlssichool, being, of little, value, fo caee ess- 0r: ignorance, are sent t
nypractia u1ses. onsequently, he er everydyb th or t6o bib de'
,e he y-mdy byAhe: e' r




z6et
return., al oreig4 etrst h couj iamhes gl-ellennefgp
'Piaj*ts l mt dl_rni
tries from which the~y b -ve been Sent' eatorg of rulin~gfolding, and: se ig
The State, War, a Ny Dhes presseeers, aand copoi
rA in spr ss4e de
ac rs an om osi-,
ets have fewer woman, in theiremlofeworkis u
ploy than any of the others. A few t he employe to not subjkect &othe
women are employed as translators. ivil sevie eg tions but, asa off
ci l ervceegua .-
but in this work, which, according to e t thi, the slaries areo
poplar ideas, would be especially e number of lo
suited to the acquirements and taste o of he work is done- by the' pe the

kniowledge of languages is- usuall o 1.33. The co siosarepaidi35
exact and thoroutgh enough to qualify- cent an 1ouuslly averagean
them, for a service which requires a about -$70 a ,onh. whic i the higI.
moth,wi s h ih
thorough gramm'atical and idiomati est salary paid Ito women inithis depart-
"knowledge offoreign lang ua meet
There are 55 wofmen. employdih Two women i the Treau D art,-
Quartermaster's office in the War De- tnt receive A180 pe annu c
iand> reeva$,0bopranu f
partment,-and about the same number One-is chief of a section and the other
assisting in the preparat1in of the* a law' clerk in' the Internal Revenu&
'Official Records of the War of the Br
Fi ureu. 11th reainng ome-



Rebellion." In -the Navy Diepartment Beay 0! the Treary 5 g e
emp loyees in the Treasuiry. 5 get $160
a few women are enga ged in the -work c Iach, 31 $1,400 each, 128$1,203 each,
of Ih ydrographic Office, in map# 91 1,000 each, 366 $900 each, and the
draig tracing, and -as telegraph remaining 178 obtain all the way fro
operator-s type-writers and clerks. $180 this beg the pay of the c
These are in most cases the widows or woen, to $84A each. This ls
dagtrs eae x or elusive of he, women mploye
officers, and many of them ear -name% the Engraving and Prin
honored i the histo annals o where the higohest salary is $19 6
con0try. In the- Iiterior Department 7 get
The Agricultural Depart < $1,600 each, 30 m1w40T each,35 -1W
ploys 112 women, including those each, 14 ea
gaged in the seed room. They and sreinin
chiefly correspon din' clerks- keepmi range from $360 to$800.
an accoun t to ea&h Senatorr In the Post-Office epaT Men
Representative, andgDelegte; also, th women are loyd nt$11,00 eVc
records of all appliatons for, seeds., at $1400 29at$,
plntshusec.Mcho tewok62. at- $9001 5 'at, $8401 alnd 3 a
is manual such as makin'g :se ag, bespa obti
lablelling, putting up eds. The oresigodwhen, cope wth-
employees. of this,, department Were- that obtained in pri' t vo ion, ana
classified, under the -'civil. servicle "I'st the, hours of: 961 vice Are, geane ally easy
Nv br.The- workoms, too1 are large0 and, well
Noem be.

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idner, having received a colegiate
,and having taken a course in a
iseninary, began pastoral labors
eKaiserwerth, a small village on the
t 8 0a car Dusseldorf. His flock were so ex-
Ed at poor that in order to raise funds to 53
conq d r n r iis work Fleidner thought it neces-
hpe it several German cities, and also to
get a tour through Holland and England.
eMm haf While on this tour he familiarized himself
it c r oTe g t operatin s of the various benevolent
e, axh~ si_ ion wi;or England hospitals, alms-

hresed with the results of her labors.
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a.i7*o wretchedness became -the all absorbing et ?
Where wfe ce impresssion w0thf his soul. oHis labors in this direc-
hom isun her..h o ee ~of such a character as to ttract the
e e e f the Government. -crdingly, t
te h2, he was sent to England ased Govern- t-
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oio teach Notwith tandifthe inf nise proportions
sc'ot'pepar n,
S'the publiceol0, thena n iaeasylum which this movement has assumed, -it is impos
ile time ni he demand sible to supp ly the, demand for Kaiserwerth
Itwau u-tl hedean fr

d n afg ar deaconesses. From Brazil, from the United
eaconeses ws argreater than' Kaise wrtli
could supply; hence similar institutions States, from India, from China-indeed, from
soundprn Sup hincu qall parts of the globe there has come to
s s u invious aer tent Kaiserwerth again and again, especially in
seven sulch institutions we're in existence at Itimes of war and pestilence, the Macedonian
the time of Fleidner's death, in 1864. The cymeo o ver and help u.B these
cry, Come over and help as." But thesea.-
number of deaconesses than in ative service cy oeoe n epu. u hs
nab abof200 ec nesses ti n in tehservice cries have been in vain. Kaiserwerth had not
ben a still more rapid increase in the a single deaconess to spare.
number of institutions- and in the number In, estimating the magnitude of this move-
men it must be remembered that the figures
1888 the ub eaconeses' homes, given above include only those instiuons
o, mother houses, .'as they are sometimes that are correlated to al erwerth
several deaconesses' homes that hav& not
called was 57,and the' number of deaconeses ee
i i1 s interesting to adopted the Kaiserwerth rules, and do not be-
e of the ome is lated in long to the Kaiserwerth association. The most
Ssal and is carryingon its ood Samar- famous of these is that located at Mildniay
an work on the very spo ade sacre by the Park, London. This institution owes its ex-.
feet of the Son of God. There is another at istence to the labors of Rev. William Penny-
father, 6f the Church of England, but is not
B -yoo Bo th of thseu r doing invatluable
an ecclesiastical establishmeit. It was begun
service not only in Palestine, but throughout oa small scale at Barton in 1860, and was
on~~ a small scale at Barton, ~





rai. removed to Mildinay Park in 1864. It employs
The.Kaiserwerth movement reached Amfer- seventy-five deaconesses, who carry on their
ica at an early day. In response to earnest operations in twenty-one parishes in London
requests Fleidner came to Ameri in 1849, and also in several other localities. Concern-
and founded a deaconesses' home at Pittsburg, ing their work, Miss Bancroft says: "They
SPa. This institution, thogh i has not grown undertake every kind of labor that can g
to theproportions anticipate by its founders, them access to the hearts and homes of the
has maintained its existende and accom- peopli. They visit from house to house among
plished much good. It sustain a hospital at the sick and poor, hold mothers' meetings,
Pittsburg, another in Jacksonville, Ill., and teach night-schools, hold Bible-classes sepa-
¬hr at Milwaukee, Wis. Through its in- rately for men, women, and children hold
strutuentality an orphans me has beei special classes for working-women and girls
ounde 'at Rochester, N. Y., an nohe a who are kept busily employed d'ring the da
-f N. Y.,-and anot er at during the d









Mt. Vernon, N. Y. A motker-house has also and during the winter months have a weekly
been established at Milwaukee. average of more than nine thousand attend
The largest institution on the basis of Kais- ants on their servces. They are ssit
erwerth in this coutry is the Mary J. Drex- problem of how to reach the masses by rosely-
el Mother-House, at Philadelphia. This in- ing the masses into individunls, and then
stitution was established in 1887 through the fluencing these individuals by the powerof
munificence of John D. Lankikena, who do- persontal effort and lode." Andl this ipw oial
ed for the puipose more t half-mill- one feature of their work. They carry on a
ion dollars. The buildings are of mammoth greatvariety of work. There is perhaps no
Proportions and palatial style. The working iinstitution of the kind in existence which an-
force of deaconesses in the early part of the complishes more in proportion to its resources.
present year was thirty-two, with a, prospect Its annual expenses are about $120,000.
ra speedy incrase. There are two other In a full history of the Kaiserwe move-
tistitutions of a similar character in the meat, Florence Nightingale's work would
Unitd States-at Brooklyn and at Omaha. come in for consideration, for iwas atKaiser-
Deaconesses homes now exist in Germany, werth that she received the training that-fitted
rance, eEngland, Holland, Denmark, Nor- her fo that noble career that has give he
hy, So nil witzerr
yL -we a Austr ia ad 'Switzer- the homage of the civilized old, an h
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and. esThe dbonesse etlu t from these enabled her to accomplish such wonders in
titutions are*at ork Pot he"- Y of hoseitalireform.
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11 II -vv;awo7 -111 ---1-I -- I lI-,I_- -.7 7-- > -rv d _Z d a~l de? aconei -e h :1
Chu me theds v e e
rated liza bet C. Fard by ted laigo oe calle ~th E1zabedtha
hands. His exa l has since bee f been estblihed ma c
oe bteBse ,hete its existence under theos vo
alibry, a chte. The Homes havre been fonded alsoin
d rofdeiaones C that h y been o ia in N orkandtheitito s
ly consreaated is eighy-nine. Lik e s- establimet have been takenall
erwertb deaconesses, tey lead a sort of com- pea, St. Louis, and Minneapolt .
nmunity life, residi g in homes thiat belong to~ the effot of Bishop Thjoburn two homes
the Church. Besides the deaconesses the been founded in India-a Calcutt and M
Church recognizes a class of semi-officials, tra. W. C. LAK
alled associates, who maintain themeelves at
their own ho s, but render aluable assist- hL
ce to the deaconesses hi their work. These
deaconesses and associates must not be lion- socil ee
founded with the sisterhoods of the English nte
Church, which aire largely Roudranistic in their ph-
spirit ary, tendenciesi Thesterample of the ci
Anglican Church has been fllowed by her om a oh soh
daughter, the Protestant Episcopal Church in 1rs.
America. This, however, isn a small scale,
the number of deacohesses being very smallc inlfut nce pur
and confined to two or three dioceses. channel 1 an aadaitc
Presbylerianismn comes next in the adloption drawm o- ec' Be was for th
of this movement. In 1887 the General As- mbos u in t a sutta ad a
sembly of the Church of Scotland created the IAady e L
office of deaconesses, and pr ded for the es- ..
tablishment of a home ad training-school. Occasirnl db s eon g e m
The home aud training-school has already pubhe eertions :
been established. It is located at Edinburgh. 1s e st
Presbyterianismi in America has not ye given uches of
aformal san 'on to this movement, but is look- nly electio
ing in this direction, several local Churches oamesFo; m
having admitted women to the, diaconal of- little cuh canvassing o
lice on terms of eq~uality with the male incum women. Societ frownd
bens m poltc
Thde beginnings of the deaconess movement ithi ei ers e
in Methodism are to be folund in Germany. di Y p c ini
un 1868 apastor in Wurte fburg employed en hebe aifl voefo
eyeritl o enen, wihom he called deaconesses, to h o b1 e t
a i'im inthe benevolent work of his par- as ni o l~
Aih. His eamrple was soon followed first by
ther pastorh in Wert mbsrg, and then by In fatl ito he 1 irs of theA
pigtors in Frankflort, $erlin, and Hamburg e t s te; d
The bemeflcentaresults of this new departure el
were ofi uh magnituide as to attract the t- eeco eci
tenthio dof the whole Church. Following the ou& nt tak he' etTe ei
example of thee German pastors, Mrs. Lacy nth
Ryder b yer founded, in 1885, the Chicago co
training-school. The results of this establish-u
meat were o sha character as to cause the no
]Bock River Coference, withini who"he bondls, enhlwti h atfwy. A
the Cchool was lcated, to emorialize the
Generl Co rence of 1888 to create the o te
of deaconess, anto proovide for the est -
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0"oline- Heschel JIM one passion-evn
other:, Sir WAillviiam Herschel, the astrpoi6
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me, oi uq agel-n h
loarsh cp-- ed kean alla a
rcoheas aa qisicia, lean conseq en
s* i Piup Room at en htthat sote
1 re established, throu~g1to -Caroline, who'-as ai U eb amiry ubme in
Sit- 'has C'ne vr, tsis fe ieng at his concerts
Ie and e accordingly requested his brother Jacob ton




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d, teld e,4~ 06shd s-lo
1 er iessons. Jacob ridiculed the plan, but CarolV
re determined thathWillia'swish shom d be obey
90 al Fede t w "Itook vr potnt, she says, "when all were
1 on as from,, home, to imitate With a gag between my teeth,
pplit i1bj gqt r the- solo parts of concerthos, shake and allesuch as e
hd heard them play on t Violinr in consequencs
rrieda tolerable 'execution befkore 1 k,
ahw to sing.."
absequently when yeer became an astron-
e6rntero she showed the same decision, ingenuity and
1;pseverance. She nade,.a pasteboard tube, eigh-
M",tethwen g, feet hat he might have a more
per at teles l th sk1ow and poor ones the









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Ind~ ul apat
was trfned into a work-shop, bAnt Caroline became
eas useful to him asva oy to hia ntster.
vett II1, appointed-W 11iam HE1e-rschel Astrono-










yeeh se
rR And m e'removed b a house in Dachet
e medr W dso 'here he had o plot on Woich
tile twenty-fo-ot. telescope was Crtolnw
Ssupphdmnith hscpe f or. teeping theheav
0 88 ens in S -arch of comets. Every, tarnight she had
t6s ed" on. the grass plotqovered with dew or hoar.
1;ot ihout 'a human-- eing near enough to be

Lf educati was, so defective thht she Was
larnthe mathemai 41 formul ec
t6, i, nomical calculations wh 'n she 'was about to,
'sid6"-- y, siof aa uAse'th'em Even her, memory .as so poor that she
re Of a I not remeber the mulfi hecation ale n
P L as -arrned a copy of it er. poc~ket; but her
thei prisa Intense, love for her brotherdhresrtoast
him, enabled -her to overcome these obstacles, and
torspondto his demands uon her.
11e he p a''ipat am nthI ,"she wro e"il have-done noth-
ay: Is! AT t9i All I am, ail I know, I 'owe- to my br other. I
I the tool, which he shaped to- his own
n-T d, 'd :r611 -o would have. done as f
elitica event by uCI i devotion to a brother' is a *
un d rln erschel had no amibitq
but rve ;no vanity except prideei hi
achieve m'ent~s., he 'was jealous of h ma
Jill only, ba she fhoUght any development
detradtmd heqrother s reputatio6n.


Ahther medical school for women under"
e Tion. of women from our chief 169-e h
r d. The prtoposiiz is-to raib
eofferedo th~e 'utesoth
PPIn University i B M'lo re 0' no rd on
A twomen whose trviu drin-ing ha' b
equ r 6t to tha of the preliminary, medical
coure oftheuniversity, shall: be admitte(dt, h
Bchbol on. the same terms as mn. The .t tim ,ore
1ad ie L to Secure $50-O,00thnt
JU YrPiladelphia,
eah imilar Conk tees are
noda and -Sail Frdcisco. Ms
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na ubjec of conversation n46og'me
Eacb speaker judges cooking to
his n neeI he Ia g'46 Ito doe's.her
duty in t spirit and'it i mmeh


ci f
duy iha- Aia
co e e tomi of eeployik girls.Quiet
and cheerfl efli jy ctr_ e a vr all the,
slight inconvner o no ~e, employ "t
of women in ofCi n co
-have not had the goo u g he

Men ih od iA- A 'he
righ girl or who are not d ri
persons ve girls in their employment o
them Th haveto eepa restraint upothm
,selves, wvhiich Is irksome.
They cannot scold a young lady', ,except very gently,
And with judicious circumlocution. Theyare often!
compelled to perceive that the type-w rl does
not care two straws for the business he is engaged
in, that she does it only because S'he- musti, ltnd that'
she is longing f or -the day of her deliverance. Suic h
girls have acquired the name of 1co161
on the other, hand, thereiare pdentIbf-en o
need the restraint upo; their worods ahdtempe
Which theprsence of a woman gnat impoiaes.







ina o mhlyha
Atype-writer girlin Indioli haexpres
herself on thl!s" suitb je ct with -commnendable vigo()r: I
the Journal, of that city. Shedeclared that she wa
.sick of m and their untidy eways,.
',They sling paper," she addled, "alover th~e office%
and 1011 about on the desks an~d chairs in sucph un'-
dignified attitudes. The. e and chewa W
have fourteoen drummersowhowpme into our 6fM6ce
and only one of them, has ever had thie, coutfiesy ,t
ask meif cigar-smoke is offensive to me.
"Then they are silly; they talk such nonsen-se -a
sixteeni-year-;old girls,.wouldn'~t be guilty Of. It is al
about -'necktiees ne hats ballets,good dinnehsdian
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spend s.J In a business office with assorte
sizes,(,",, you 'Will see. I am beginning t-
believe a trashy dime novel isg er societ
in
than thie #v'eraige man, and equally in itVin
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uc of pe Kous 0 e orow
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Ciies of America and EuroIe. We
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WILLIAM C. PE GVESE was born in
brough District, South Carolin, 11 ine
151 187; in early life moved to Martshall couni-
iy, Mlss., Where he spent the remainder' of
10, and "s weetly fell asleep In Jesus," at the.
residence of his only su.rviving brother, ..
Marlborough C. Peguese, near Holly 8prings,
Miss., Aug. 4, 1884. Mr. Peguese was a good
business man, managed his own affairs with
discretion and auccess, leaving all his bust
ness matters perfectly arranged, and-was a
wise and safe cou*saelor to- his neighbors, by
whom he was often consulted. He was as
modest and shrinking as a maiden, and hi
moral character was without a stain. Still,
he never made an open profession of rellgio
until a few months before his death; perlaps
in the early part of Mayhe profeised saving
faith in Christ, and wis formally admitted to-
membership in the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South. His health began to decline
about six months before his death, and for
the last three months of his life he suffered
greatly, but seemed perfectly resigned, and at
times, le listening to his affectionate and
'devotf likother, as he read the preciona
truths of the gospel, he was overwhelmed
with rapturous joy, and would thauXk and
praise God for his goodnesO and mero .
testimony was clear and satisfactory; his end
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