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B. D. WHITTOCK.
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B. A. OBAHAM.
Caean Braaa Bcaoor, Dnanau
■OBT. A. JOHKBOM, (Mraaa.
W. A. WXMTSB,
J. A. B KBB.S.
Ir H, WALSH, Baoratory aa4
Oaaaty Bayartataateat of Bekoola.
W. B. BVCBBTT, Mayor.
BGALB4, Boaratecy amd
COM MISSION BUS.
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1. U. STUBBS,
M. T. BIBBOH
H XICHOLaOB, Maiakal.
JACK MOMTOB. Aaateteat MaiahaL
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W. L. PABHOY& CmMw.
W. K. OKA HAM. Bnhfceeper.
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A. L. BUDDY, Proprietorj Min
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Ion te aoaaata.
Mm that aaytr.
tadaa tta aaaiai.
It yaa »oa 4
arvM da do oat
Tta oaly iraa 4
4m aa.vl a ta.t'-a
to aiaa ad >—aal
Ac«Ate4 By Be Smte-Crtert w.
flEVJN KMOCtiTS VOTtt 'TO."
P—»u» Trial Wal.bart Caart Art-'
lf*na “Baa Ma aart Parwvar,** amd ,
Tlrart Sudan Oa Itaa
Tba U«b coart tt >q——| at
boom Tb wart ay. by a tom of *7 to *1
bealaat coartctioa on artlcla 1 of tbc
Saatloa I). II. Pachas aart Aaaadata
Jaatlca X. M. Doo«taa from charpai
ibal tbay bad rtolacad tba bn aad
ooaaUtaMoa of North Caroll aa by lam
■a* b aaaadaaaaa to com pal tba pau>
want of CMO aalary to Shall Flab Com
Tba rota oa aaeb of tba otbar tear
utMn Of Impaarbmaot follow. Ar
•*da X callty M. aot callty Mt artlda
>. aallty SO, aot callty Ml artlcla 4,
evUty U, am callty Ml artlcla 0, am
entity M, entity IX Thirty-tear rotaa
para raqnlrad ter ooadetion. Thar*
wara 11 XapabUeaaa aad PtopaUata la
tba court, all at whom votad tor ac
CiMtal. Aa araraca of tba abara
ratax abowa M for acquittal to M for
enrltowtip when President Terser,
o*l led the high eoart of Impeach Meet i
h> »*r it |p o'clock. Spaces la the
Mhbtcc roMrred for ladlea were occa
pled at • o’clock, so aaitows wen peo
ple to prt a met. Fifty Senators an
•wared to Urn rod call.
WATSON RESUMES BIB ARflUMKKT
Mr. Wataoa, tor the prnaatutlca.
then reeemod hie unaat.
Mr. Wataoa dosed at 11:11 o'clock.
Boaator Loadoa moved that a rote
* Impeachment be had at aaoa with- '
set debate !
Seaator Trans eald ba thoogbt k
Seot to bare a short coafsrence la ex
ecs tire urtril
Senator Brown mid each Senator
hod In days ta which be could ftl. hla
^Jj^adoa'a moti£ *re-relied, ayes «,
Beaator Justice ^rrsd . that each
■caator hare two mtaatM to aspiola
hlo rota I waned of tan mlaetm as
*n«»^ hy role Adopted; ayeo 41
The clerk thee read artl.de I of Im
pmrknml The rota on eald article
*m ayes *7. aoea u.
Omltty—Alexander, Arrington, Ay
sack Bray, Breaghteo, Bnrroogha, Onl
’•rt. Fey. Oadcer, James. Jostle*
Undsay, McNtUl. Miller. of Pamlico i
Morrison, Morton. Seott, Smith,
*—*«**, Thomaa. Trails. Vaaa, Ward.
Warren, WSbb, Woodard—*7.
Net lafkr—Brown Bachaean, Cand
ler, Crisp. Cerrle, Dam* Vaahea.
Oleaa. Bcodcrsoa. Leah. Londoa,
Long, Marshall. McAUeter, Mela
toah. McIntyre, Michael, Miller. of
(MldweBi Finals, Intwniaa, BUcko
Imtbir. Strtasdeid. Boss—U.
fti mrioua article* war* the* to*ad
on. Oa artlela I the rote waa gellty
M. M guilty M. Un article « the
rota wae gnllty H. not gnllty *3.
NOT GUILTY *4. GUILTY 1*
ArtKI* | had the tallowing rotei
Guilty—Bray. Barroagha, I'oy, Uud
sar. Jootlce, Llodaay, Miller, of Pauli
o*i, Morton. Scott, Smith. Tra
de, Vena, Ward, Werreo, Webb.
Not golUy—Alexander, Arrington,
Ayooek, Broughton. TVrow*. Hoc ben
an. Cnleert, Candler, Crtap, Cord*.
Data, Vonahee, Glenn, Htodernou.
Junta, Lank. London, Long. Uerehell,
McAUlater. MelaUnk. McIntyre, Me
NetU. Michael. MUler of CaldweO. Hoc
rleon. Hnnli, Roberoon, Speight.
SUoheleuther. Btrlagfteld. Sugg. Tbotn
Senator Ilanderooa tkea offered a
lodgement aa the trill of the Senate
that the reapondeou, D. M. Patbeee
and R. D. Dooglaa won found not
gouty on all the artlela* of Impeach
Adopted. Ayea 40.
At Ii4f o’clock Senator Morrieoo
mo red that the coart adjourn Mao die
and fortrtr. Adopted. And the court
1mmediately an adjournment aa lm
mean* throng ireeeid forward end
ebook the band of the Judge* In eon
gratalattoo There had been ao dem
onstration wbatarer during the two
bonro of taking lb* rote, the presi
dent baring announced before the tak
ing of the lm ballot that non* would
be. permitted There wee band dap
ping when the court had boon an
nounced adjourned etna die.
Use* Parches and Douglass,
la substance tha Ira aitlelM of Im
peachment arm aa foUoer*;
Article l—That oo or about Goto bar
IT. IMO, Judaea Fashes aad Douglas,
with Chief Justice Fali-cloth. now da
caaaad, trader color of thoir oMeao, did
unlawfully aad la etolattaa of tbs con
oUtntWa of North Carolina, la tha case
of WWW *1. Auditor, canoe to be te
anad a maodaasua compelling the pay
BMDt of a data ef salary to Theoghl
lua White, shall Ash commissioner.
Article »—Thai on tha same daW
aa ahora the said Man “did usurp
legtatatlve authority, aad. to assume
to themselves legislative functions,
aad lotaadlac W bring the General
Assam My of NoefVOaroUaa law dim
rvputs. public iu ^»
mindful of tha bo ffl-K- Cpftwtuedr
pthsa aa msmhars at tha sen. tngmi
Court of Korth Carolina, aad ef their
oaths of odtes. aad la oootaapt, dis
regard aad dsflaace of the provisions
of chapter tl. public tows of lap*." did
canoe to bo Issued tha mandmnoe
Article A—Charges a violation of tha
law by Uw lasalna of Us mandamus
after the passage of a rasolutloa of tha
Legislature, la adjournal session, tar
Inquiry Into tha shall feh matter
Article 4—That tha Judges 4!reeled
tbs Issuance ef tbs aforesaid meeds,
moo not to conformity to law. nor ac
cording to tbs ordinary ooorse of prue
tlce of tha courts.
Article f Charges tha Judges with
dart flag tha oglce-boMtog cases In a
nmansr to nullify tha action of tha
LsgMatura, aaf to soft the purpose
of tho mid Judges.
Tha Official Jadgmaat. -
Tha tolkrwln* la a copy of Iba offi
cial Ml—I la tha Impeachment
"la tha Benate of North Carolina,
"March t*. IMI.
"State of North Carolina rm. David
M. Porches, Chief /notice tad Robert
M. Dou«laa, Associate Justice of the
"Wbsrsas. the llnaoe of Raprassa
tstive* of tha State of North CaroMaa.
oo the Uth day of Rohraary. IMI. sx
klhftcd to tha Senate articles of 1st
paachnaat stalest David M. Tore bet,
Chief Jostles, aad Robert U Dooclas,
Associate Justice, of the Sapreme
Orart. aad tha aald Baaata after a full
hearta« aad lapartlal trial, haa this
day. aad votta*. haa fatted to ooavlct
the aid rvs pood eats by a vote of
two-thfrfe at tha mid Sea ■tore.
"Now, therefore. It to adjadaad by
tha Baaata of North Oaratlaa, alttla*
M a roart of iBpaaohaaat. at tbdr
chaabar la tha oity of Ralelah. that
the aald David M. Parches aad Rsb
tet M. Do««1as are segaltted af tha
rharffi prafarrod acafaal them la the
"It la flutter ordered that a copy
dartif tbs Bsestef aU? tW*^Th
termed copy ha dtpisflil la tha ofBea
af the Secretary of State
_ .-*• o. Tint NR*.
"Praaldeat of tbs Baaate."
Cara i^i far flayar.
Maw Tar*. *eatxJ._Tbe dtatrtet
AoaBBfteaa of tba T—oty-dret —1~
Uy Dtetrtet RspsMtesa Cteb, ml a
Beaus* hate Moaday at**. adopted
riBtltelaas tadootea* Aadrvw Osrae
/ * *
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ARP ON CARNEGIE.
Appiarts the MIBoatirt far ike 601*
Be It Mif.
U MARES SOME SUGGESTIONS.
Bay* MM Or cat SUM King Could
RaaeS the Mum la • Better Way
lhae by Libraries.
"Beale It, Mr. Fricks eeale these
protta down 6 per cent tor the next
decal year. The book* show thee v<i
are getting rich too teat Pot down
the price of Reel rail* aad pot ap .he
Prtoe at labor. We are hot trustees
tar osr fsUowmea sad a million a
year u enough tor ns"
It Mr. Carnegie had said that teo
years ago, he woaldal be so perplex
ed now about firing away his money
He says It la a da for a man to die
rich, and as life is ascertain and death
Is sore, be muss to be la a harry
about getting rid ad his mllUoaa The
8 re million! be has settle* npoa his
aged and Indigent laborers la a bene
faction that everybody roramenita
The tweaty-flvs mllUoaa be has given
to the dues tor public libraries H not
especially commended by anybody ex
cept those who roe el rod It. It IS
ebost on a par with Itoekefiilcr t
twenty-tve millions to the great uni
versities. Neither gilt reach si the
meases at Um people nor elllevtate lbs
condition of the poor. Oeorgs Pea
body's sad Peter Cooper's oharltlw
were more tenelble sad effectual.
Qeorpe Hauer’s We work, who wilhoet
a dollar at capital to begta with, es
tablished orphanages In loadoa until
be bad over la ehprge when he
died, aad from year to year maintain
ed, aad educated them, was a much
grander charity than giving million!
to collagen aad libraries. Oeorgs Pea.
body's millions built Mocks at good
romroreaBia unwnwu doom* ror tn*
laboring poor o( London, bounaa that
■ere furnished and equipped with *v
wy comfort and arery safeguard tor
(he health of the Uoaata. Bealdca
that, ha left a large fund for the pro
motion of eduoatlon ta the Sooth
There or* many chart tiee far more
needed by the people them giving them
t chaaee to rend free hooka. Th* pour
do not have time to rend very much.
A right hungry mag ana hardly get re.
llglon, moch lent enjoy a atory book.
Bat etui we commend Mr. Oanugto lor
hta good Intention*, and If be had giv
en two or three tbommad dollars to
Cmrtenvtlls, I would have said. 'Mr
Garnagle, yon are A--f^-hanrtsd
BcvMnaaa, Mil'-T hc.. / ./ ydD
elect him mayor of New Wrk.
The reason why the public prates
Mr. Oarnagi* so la because the public
(a surprised. Such munJficanct Is aa
aacommoa that It la unexpected. Tba
gift Is really no act of gasuroolty, (or
as h* aaya himself It It a sin to keep
■t sad die rich. He got all his n»irno*e
from the labor of the people. ««h now
he U trying to pour tom* of It back La
tba jog. That Is right sad honorable
for the or* was God’s aad tbs labor
waa the toll of bla mm. He ought to
poor it back and glv* some to th* toil*
on whoa* avast earned tba money.
This la pure moralty aid conate
vena*. Every man has a moral right,
aad H le bis duty to make sofiMent
profit to mala tala himself aad family
la com (on. aad arm la luxury, aad at
v> to lay up something for hit children
mad for old age and for th* aoddaats
* Ilf*; bat beyond that bis rights ua
'er a Christian civilisation do not go.
‘to than becomes a treat** for bla f*t
Sowmam who are la coed. Not that b*
should parcel out aad de^var to curb
on* bla share, tor It ananot bn dooa
but be should make noma tavastmaut
that would I run ire tba greatest good ta
th* greatest number. Nevertheless,
Ur. Carnegie la aeatterlng bla moavy.
H* Is sowing wheat among the terra
Ha I* giving largely to tba wealthy et*.
lee who ean provide their own libra
ries H* to scattering bln money; (
mean the surplue. that has grown to
be a burden He baa last finished a
million dollar mansion In New York
and baa another In Scotland, aad a few
millions la reserve for mUngaarls*
We hop* that these aaaall hotting* will
not Interfere with his Intonttoaa to
die poor No. there la no peculiar
vice la ua ante or uurHBt or
lockefeOer. They are a eerprlao,
that's all. (or aot oaa la a hoadrsd of
l ho mllUoaalrae do each thlacs. Most
of Umb hold on and *il« It ay tor their
children to gaarrel over. Tho Btaad.
ard OH Compear has Jam declared a
dividend of twenty millions for
RocketeRer. Ha creaked owt sad ab
sorbed all competlad mine sod atlU
sails oil to the mjseamen ad It eeate
par sail on. Cheap, Ini ItT Bat ha
coaid aan It at Id casts sad make a
baadrad par rent It la tho common
people, the masses, the toflera sad the
poor who bay the oil. had every pellim
takas a sickle from them that oa»M
aot to ha taken. Ood made the all.
eed lave the labor. Hr- Rockefeller
had hat little te do wM M. Hoot at
kls millions really batons to Ood
sad the Mhirtra. It la aa —Hdiaf
aaewvr that ha has tadowed a osnaaa
The ehildraa of tho hahnrars era set to
tt B'a too tor ayay amd too U(h ep
These relume! fort earn arm besom
lap alarm la# They mtosBir pood
soremml. f or K la atm a toot "that
riches aad rtrtaa are ratedp toaad
fbe comfort of mankind. Tks world
would mate alow rrnyiam without
Uam, hat whao thay begin to unload
thalr met profits mankind win crttl
rlna tba maaaar of It. Oaaarally they
unload It aa thatr children, who narar
aaraad a dollar of tt. Boom of than
would cany tt all to banana with thru
If thay could. Many of thorn flan a
part of tt la aoma church or charity as
a Mad of passport to bearea Aa old
frtaad of mlaa who waa pratty hard up
borrowed fS from me one morning to
pay one of thorn darn little just debts
aa ba called than. Ha mid hta credi
tor waa annoying him, but before hr
I alt my offlea a committee from tba
coon try called aad ashed ua to half to
build a Country church. I gars them
a dollar, but my triand aubecrlbed IS
aad baadsd trrar tba MU that t bad
tonnad him. After thay had laft I tab
ad him why ha gavu sa much aad ba
mid: '*WM1. t always giro that moco
to help bolld a church. 1 do net be
long to nay, for I hare not yst felt
good anongh to Join, hot I hare Ured
la Are arrant!as aad preetlcid my pro
feasloa ta torn taco and I hare helped
to build country charehm ta nU o!
them. It may bo that death wtU catch
me unawnrae before I do loin the
Oant had SL Peter wUI refuse me
ndmlmlch toto the hearealy gain.
But I wtU bore oas credential, for I
can any: ft Polar. 1 know 1 hare
not been a good man aad am not At
to mtagta with tba aainta, but I kora
got a Uttla atooh la arery country
church from Rabunw Oap ta Tnllapoo
as—and maybe ba will let me la—may
-be as. Major, oould you lend me
another It without Inooarealenoar
Of courea I did, for he waa oaa frtaad
whom I oarer refused. Ua did loin
the church and I behrra ha Is In
Chanty ta tea sraataat and moat
blmstl of an Tlrtaae. Aa tho poet
•aya: Tt U tartca blaaaad. It bleae
att him that «**s aad him that doth
raoalTA'* Bat whaa a mao with *100
0M l***asa *lT*a away *1.19* of It »•>
aaao hi* wadama aad 'aecura a poaa
port ta haa-rao ha makaa a mistake
It ytll do aMthar. A mas s ataadla*
la tha commas! lx >* determined more
by hla okattty thaa anythin* alee
how meoh doaa ha dn to tha church
aad how maeh to tha poor la dlaruaaad
hr hi* aalsh bore aad ha la rated ao
Not loa* a*o I car* a problem to
tha roan* people if a man tail* a
aow aad pics for *U and sets aa mach
far naa tea lb of tha aow as he did
for alaa-teath* of a pis how many
pica did ah* but!_l hare received
score* of ease ate most of Ihom m ak
in r; It alas pigs aad aotne tan pias
tre* smart Ctrl make* It eerenly two
pis* aad one nartar naa proves that
the sow had 1,7*1 Pisa. Sira*** to
aay rrary aaawar la correct. Nina
lie* ftrm t* for tha aow aad (1 each
for tha pl*a: ■rraaty-two-pt** plvea
II lor tha aow aad ll **-• casta for a
pi* aad It would taka sar*aty>two pic*
to make tha *16 Nine easts for tho
sow would sir* 1 east for each pi*,
aad therefore repairs 1,7*1 *!*■ to
«p the *1*. It la a see saw mm. aa
tha price of tha aow goes down the
sum bar of ptps Soaa up and any num
ber Is cat fact. Now let at uk tho
school boys aad girls to hold ap a llt
tt* on com positions and speech a i
Pleas* azcaaa me fur 1 bar* mot the
Urns. It would uka every hour In
tka day to comply with all their re
quests.—B1U Arp la Atlanta Constitu
Thanks Cabled Puwslon.
Washington. D. C, Special.—Tha
War D^artmaat has mad* public a
portion of tha oablacnun sent (0
General MaeArthsr, ooortyln* tha
apprsctaUoo of M>* Preside** sod
Baeratary of War of General Fnns
too's captor* of AputssJdo It U aa
H Mae Arthur, Manila.
*Tha PraMdaot diram* me to ex
iras hla hl*h tpprectauo* of tha
gallant conduct of General Fanstoo
aad ef tha otflrars aad man of the
army and aavy aogapad with him In
lha Falaaoo axpadttioa. The Saero
lary of War pariooolly Join* la this
Part Rayal Stat to a Nat to Ba Abu*
Waabln««oa. D. C.. Special.—It la
anltkaly that tba Fort Mojral ovral
•Mttoa will bo abaadoaed by tba *xr»
■anat, tor It la tba lataoiloo of
n**. Admiral Crtrartaablerd, ekk( of
tba barren of aavltatloo. omlla
pUm m a winter atiUno for tba
tnlafac aqaadroo. Uradqlaa opara
tloaa, wbaa eomplrr.ed, wtll make the
Wbattl— more aoaraniaal tor larpa
ramola lo apyroaeb_
Tba NWt Strike
FUTURE OF SOUTH.
Will Daoriule the Uafcd ud be
WortTi Richest Sfot.
TIE KEGIQ Will K ABSORBED.
Wdrery W«« Wmi-Wlxton la
IMvBios la PaMctka-Na Mara
Naw Tor*. BpirtiL—la Ita lorLh
romtmf Baa* Laalia'a Weekly mil
print a paper by CM. Jobs ft Meaty.
"TBa Dm of tba Baal Booth,~ U
whloh ba fa:
'Tba real swat la )uat at Mb birth.
Tba growth of this eMld of tba tm
Bar ba grndanl. bat to tbs tad
toaasatb MU ba Hr rlabar sad aore
powerful tbaa toe north. |i tba daya
i» eooe tba aomb MU baeotaa tba
doaUasad aaMtaa of toe eouatry.
"Wltboat tba War of BaaaaatoB tba
tooth ooutd narar bare hoped to to
tale tba future chat B now certain.
Sarer? waa a feed lttcubue, partly!
is« net viral energy. By aboUablog
tbB wrooc oar wv tieiirtBad wrery
Mata aoulb of tba llaaoe and Chios
llna. Tba aagroaa are produitnp more
aa freeman than they orar dM aa
Mara* and tba treat aaaaa ot tba pee.
pie are beBar off today (ban they
ware aider tba old aatebeilan eya
•Ho(dally, aa waU aa toduatrlally.
tba aMMSon of atarary waa highly
framed del ts Ms raaahaa to tba
dpr atarary ana a great wrong aM ao
eoamomty oas axtst la tba blghaw
state Of bapplnaaa when Ba agweams
are baaed on a wronn.
era the wuIMt rfuaai tar
asserting that tha aegroe atatni ta
bound to Improve. While (hap are
eot aa aear to equality wtth white
Dcopl* aa they ware under aha eye.
tarn of slavery, they are aartaia to l>o
absorbed by Immigration aad la this
engulfaeat they wilt disappear TMa
is the natural aad wdsaat golutton ot
what wc now sail tha 'raea problem.'
~ Richmond le the ettar «aowt Hkely
to baoooe la time tha hanking oeo
Cra aad commercial headquarters or
Ihli country and tbsafcri of tha
world. Tha days of that famous old
olty aa a political capital are peat, bin
l « career as the cewtral point ot man
■faotnre tor tha whole eou-b, aod
tram there for the vrortd at large, la
‘•While grant (areas have been
eeehtag »n tha ihaagi, tadeatrtaUr
aad socially the poUUaal ekaag* le
hardly lee a marked. It Is well nigh
folly today ID apeak of the 'aohd
south.' Thau, by the way, arse a
phrase ot ay own InreaOoe. Whan
Hayes became tha Republican ea a di
data for president. I orgad U> a lat
ter (hag. 1171) that H waa batter lor
some southern aeea Wo auppor* btm
because. If he ware elected. bis ad
ministration must narnaarlty rest on
whatever eopwwled It. R was batter
for the southern people to divide be
tween the peiUaa, so that, no matter
which side won, there would be men
fraodty to southern people wbu
would control hs southern poHry.
TMe contention le fully reallaad to
day and tha 'solid south' belongt
wholly to the poIRlcnl part.*'
Tha Mania I ran del a
Manila. By Cable.—Tha senastioogl
trends In tha commissary department
which were developed by the arrest
ot Captain Frederick U Barrow and
Where, will be probed to the bottom
Orders have bean Issued that no guil
ty man escape. The nombar of man
Implicated In the frauds la undeter
mined and high rank will nod aoRce
to ablekl delinquents. Colonel Wood
r«, the chief commissary at Mai Da,
said to tha representative of tha As
sociated Prase that tha Irregular!tiee
ware exaggerated, aad that the troops
ware always wall supplied With
stores. Colonels ot the returning
volunteer regiments wrote to Colonel
Woodruff, In praise of the commle
A Boot Uprlalnc.
London, By Oahla. DOTpa&chcs from
Capa Town nod Bmaaala talk of Oan
aral Boaha aad Oaaaral DdWat Jo’nlng
a gat baring of U.OOd tarn for opam
ttons -p-»—« Oaaaral Prrark (a Iba
Ti laarirl Two hundred B»n h»»a
mgl iaril oaar Richmond, Caps CnU
oar, aad tbasown gward baa baaa r»|t
ad oat to dafaad tba plaoo.
Oalr ooa Pbdaral oBIra COOT ml »a ton
In BaMJanra wtU expire wttMn a
I aaf tbd of tulibal TTaaavrtr
Tba PranMant ban —rotated Capt
Bdwia M. >d*a« a rear-admiral
A brnktaana an a Maw York Oatv
tml fratpht train waa Wiled at Dapaw,
H. Y„ br kta train batop ditched.
Tbonaaada of aorta at wood la
aboil NO 1 of tba RwpuMIc Iron mine,
at Bapobtta Mich., bars baaa irtrttat
Jaaaph A. Ostia, a Naw York poat
ofttoa dark, aapoaraad la daallap *tt.
•aa la r^tatarat aall. pot four paaia
THB SABBATH SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS
FOR APRIL 7. »
Thm buewMlIio efl—n, lofci
Kxlv- 1-la — Oeldm Tttt, t Car. *▼.,
H IlmaiT Vessel. 4-1—CemmeaCaey
aa Ika Day** ...
1. "The Rrut Any of the week " Christ
me In the tomb part of Friday, all day
Saturday and part of Sunday, which wae
called three days according to 11 wiah
leokoniag. He aroaa ran early ia lied
morning on tha tent day of tha wwek. The
■tanner of the raajvltine of Ckrtet'e eaed
and body in Rla resurrection ia a myateyy,
eae of the or ere t tbinga that doeo net be
long to at. The firet company of etna
were three: Mary Magdalene, Maty tha
mother of Jtmae. and Salome, tha met bar
af tha beloved disciple, John. They ha
■an their journey to tb* sspslrbi* bate**
dawn, reaching tha niece at aanriaa. At
tha appearance of tha angel tha Rsmam
guard* war* as frightened that they fall
aa died nan, end If would merit that thay
Red front the tooth before the women
came. "Very early In the morning.” They
name at the earliest tnomaot after their
Sabbath. Thay prolmbly left their home*
In different parts af tha city at fiRtreat
tlavea. earns af their reaching the tamo
*r sanriae. So, in our eareica of Iowa far
Chriei, wa ought to roma early in tha
morning of Ufa before we hare wasted ear
anenpes ia ein. "Bringing the am
Powdered aromatir enbetasoM and Raid
perfume* appear to have been naad In
laying oal the dead body for burial. Ttcy
proponed to apply three epioee to ne body
to Seep it from pntrefmctum, which it an
•they proof that they did not expect Rla
to rise again.
1 ‘The atone rolled army " As tha
woman journeyed tbev qaeatianed who
Should roll away tb* rtooe, but when thay
reached tha tomb thay discovered the
etoie was rolled away. The tomb wae
eat ia tha aid* af a rack, like a cove, large
enough for auroral paroona to enter. The
entrance wae pro tart ad by a atone, a wae
time# round, like a large mlUateea, cubed
in front af tha epanJng. Tb* dlfBeuUy
ten* a eemcor oca, far tha atone wae vwy
mbae (Meek 16: *); coyer mg an aperture
af at least three or four feetiu height and
own or three in breadth, and it weald
take twa or three nan ta more II. Some
time* duly creme impossible, bat uwega
on obedlentlv the difficulty vanishes, a*
it did before these women.
»i«j uiuerea in *a*ry uium
MMU to boo* boon in ad*ana* of tb* foot
and oaly loohad in (John JO; !)- Urn ath
m entered “round not the body " TV*
Unon pm doth** won there. bat tb*
tonb could not hold Christ. The empty
TTm wa* th* boundary ha* between the
old dlsgreneatlen and the now. Th* mb
Ifasaat npecUttmi of tb* Old Teetamrst
were now falfiUad la tb* resorraetioa *1
4. "Much perplexed - They did net
Icaow what to do or wboto to (O' Thais
thought wa*. *Thsy baea taken away th*
I>ord, and wa know aot wire they been
letd H'W." Tem mao." .dimall. Matt.
M; *. Malthow apeak* of bat an*, the
on* who did the speaking, and Mark
W**»* of him a* a young man. 1 Tttlalay
garment*. Matthew uye kb ooeotenaaea
wae like light nine and hia raisieat white
a* ■now Tb* raiment waa emblematical
cf the glad tiding* which the angel* eon*
to a*ooeoco, *nu al*o of parity and let
bwgblpjritb Ood- Re*. •: i,«.
. I ‘They were afraid." Bum warn
d*r that th* Wont'., war* afraid.. Hit
du) akftk* ud b« .u •* <U*d OMD.
‘TWy.” TV? ane*ia. “8414.- **W>w
•A f ibt living immi U»o dadf' It
•dnita *f doubt whrtbcr tbc Gruak «z
nrraaioQ here would not htvn born mi
literal]? ntcWrad, **tbe living ooe'*—tkg
gruut eoarru of life, tba Ufa at Uw worldT
l.Ui it-rl4fa M Ha vu cnddO.
but la riaan. lnataad of too m ting Kaa
&!?£% ss. te EES
dominion or»r Him. Tb* rerrrraetiaq
nor* wax a tin* of gledneo* to tb* duff
pbt of Jcona. It brought (1) joy, (1) n*
SbiVtif £ i*.t**_5*
comrort ox au mmtiti. How axiiiiDDlfly
1* In* remedy for every trouble: Hi* b*
urnotio* U Ik* nbdg* of oar*. Bat that
which oanme rejntrin* on tb* part of ana
win bn a* oonatemation ana despair to
other*. Tbeproof* of th* rewurroetion era
uapk. I. He appeared frequently at 4M
fnent time* and place* to many. I. The
apoati** believed It ao folly that they
ezioteae* of tha Christian church gndjta
power for good ia th* world, I. TV
gnlrttml HI* put in th* heart* of jib poo
pi* (Sam. I: U>—th* bat that Ha mom
men and mtkao HI* proemm* good to
wa* thotr home (ohan. »: IS), and naarty
» year briar* Ho had told of Ha oarnrm
death. ' *
Waablaelno. D C-, RpaefekL—1Tb*
rock «f irri-«1lf -ha iUaarary at tba
Pratotaat* trt* 10 lb* PaaMe Oaaat
to proeaadJag *J*"»ly at tba t Will*
Hoato eat altaotl rrarTtbla* aa tba
(rotmaa* a* to it* yraaatot ttoba la
praauteaal **4 aablaet t* *m>
Tba trip *U1 b* a* iratotl lb**
Ibar* «tn to M travail** oa mm
UK Imitorr Conalyaa, vba la
ylaaalai tba Itiaararr I* *M a% fat
<* (to* eat •▼*■ aa tointltolto at
tb* raaia **i *****