- 1 : ; i-
Do What Thik ht'
I know that there is nothing lunclean f
hselfr bit to him that esteemeth anything
g beunctean, to him it is unclean.
Ronians,'Xiv., 14. i
SWc have here a very broad and
important principle of action. St.
Paul applies the principle to only a
few tilings, but there is no reason
why we may nkt apply it to many
The Apostle says that some men
esteem one-day -above, another, while
otlicrs regard all days alike He
further says that-many regard cer
tain articles of food, as unclean,
while others entertain a different op
inions. Neither of these, he declares,
is justified in condemning the other
for following their convictions. No
one man can be judge for all the rest.
Each must be "fully persuaded in
his own mind," and then do what
he thinks is right. Pa uP carries his
principles so far as to asset t that if
a given bourse is entirely innocent in
ifst-lf, sti'l if you think it is wrong,
that settles the matter lor you, and
vou commit a sin in following it.
You arc to do what you yourself
think is right, not what other people
' tt-Il you is right.
You tare to exercise your own best
' judgment, when deciding what is
fumnful or innocent, and iiod will
rxkon with you on that basis.
If you. 4iavc bcjn endowed with
reasoning 'faculties and with a moral
nature you are by their exercise to
erect a standard for yourself and to
create au ideal which it shall be your
purpose to attain. When you have
made the standard you are to act in
'accordance with it, and when you
have made your ideal you are to
keep it in view with eyes that are
loyal and steadfast.
In a single word, St. Paul would
have you be yourself even though
you become unlike everybody else.
-,. Vou Are not to be as a drop of wa
ter in bucket of water, undistinguish
ablc from the general mass, but rath
er as ore grain of Sand on a seashore
oi sand, or as one leaden shot - in a
bagful of shot, in close relation with
every other grain of sand or every
other shot", but still maintaining an
individuality of your own, which
you refuse to part.
- This is only another way of saying
that in the providence of God there
is no such thing as a crowd to be
'treated as a whole, btit that He
wishes you to retain your peculiar
personality under all circumstances,
and will attend to your special needs
in a special way.
Vou are to begin by being your
simple self; you are to continue by
tbinking for" yonrsclf and hammer
ing out convictions which are your
personal property; you arc to end by
acting for yourself. Then when yon
get to heaven there will beonly two
questions or you to answer. Did
ypu have a clear and distinct ideA of
what yos ought to do? and did you
do what you thought you ought to
do? " '
, ' Suppose wc apply this rule to
some of 4he ordinary matters of
daily life. Thcreis in the community
an almost violent difference of opiu
. ion on the subject of theatres, and
of dancing, and of riding for pleasure
on a Sunday afternoon.
Now, it is generally admitted that
none of these things is wrong in it
sslf, and yet some clergy frown with
almost equal disfavor on them all.
And since the clergy are - thoughtful
- folk, and make it their-business to
examine our pleasures from a moral
standpoint, and arc not to he sus
pected of personal mottves, their
opinions snould have due weight.
Not conclusive weight; because they
Icannot stand in our stead at the bar
'and shield us from the consequences
tf not following our own convic
tions. If they could, the affair would
ossumean entirely different aspect.
t it r .t . .
ii we eouiu icci uiar tney were
authorized to tell us what to do
and what not to do; if they could
sfniply say to the Lord, "We advised
him and he followed our advice,"
and so settle the matter for us, we
should then receive their warnings
without hesitation. But thatis not
the'easci- We stand for ourselves,
aud there areno proxies in the other
world. We therefore give their op
inion the highest consideration when
they denounce the theatre, but re
member that we ourselves are the
court oflast appeal; -
Our decision, therefore, as to-al
these pastimes must come from the
fnrt that we are fully pursuaded in
our own minds, not by somebody
clscs mind. There isn't a human
being who has been endowed . i t It
Ordinary intelligence who docs not
know to an absolute certainty wbe
t ther an evening at the theatre is de-
,' moralizing or not. If he thinks it a
wiong to go,. then itjs undoubtedly
a crime to go. If in his opinion eat
ing flesh is sinful, then he will surely
be held for,a misdemeanor if he - eats
flesh. If he feels that he must apolo
going to tjic theatre or for taking a
-tide on Sunday or for engaging itv the
dance he is morally a toward and
guilty of an offence. No matter how
innocent any pleasure may be in it
self, ifjyou are ashamed oi indulge
you are accountable for the commis
sion of a sin. ' -What
dignity i adds to human
' T :,
; i Jf t-. I.s1va : nit
nature to le tdas;maqe iuc juvjbv
your own actionsinJto be weight
ed down with person jfl responsibili
ty for themij Hqw jpehj healthier
and stronger and free and more pro
gressive and moiewhplesome socie
ty would bd if eteryj man had an
opinion of his owfr and the independ
ence which conviction! generates!
A it is half the wor3 doesn't know
why it doee this or yhy it refrains
from doing that, and can give no
good reason either; (oi its beliefs , ojr
its beliefs or its doubls. It follows
fashion as a flock' o sheep follo w
the bell-wether; not qhly fashion in
dress, when itjs uncojnely and dis
figuring, but fashions, in creeds and
in politics and in all the other con
cerns of life. ;5 -
But St. Paul tells you to use your
brains, to use your moral nature
honestly and fearlessly, and then, tp
do what ypu think is;honorable and
richt. If we followed his advice the
world would be all the letter for if.
- New York Herald. ; f.
The prospectus ' of-, the Southern
Immigration; Land and Title Co., a
company recently organized with
headquarters in Baltimore, is a most
interesting docujrrien tq every one
who knows and believes in the futuce
of the South. Th individual efforts
hitherto made inj $irejpting attention
towards the, SqHiithjjiave lacked va
strength, Ija qualify vhich this new
organization ,doibs njjt, backed as t,
is by men whose5 nariies arid charac
ter are sufficient guarantee to make
a success! of anr enterprise. The
South need just such a company to
present its many resources to the
immigiarit. Nb fsuch possibilities
exist anywhere stsj to-day are offered
to those i who J may come to the
South, and with Iabpr and economy
develop its resources;! and afterwards
reap the benefits ? from its develop
ment. : : fj j I
The South opens !up inducements
to suffering humanity, ; in over
crowded cities.f tp sill who desire a
better and a virtuous life, with ja
comfortable subsistence, and a rea
sonable prospect for comfortable old
age. : I f f i ?
The greatt prosperity of the French
Republic is oviirig o its' universal
cultivation of the spil, of the exist
ence of its five! and ten acre farnjis
and less improved to the very
Highest degree pfU productiveness.
The South is fc4piple..of an even
higher degree off extensive cultiva
tion, and inducements should be
made by immigration societies to
reach all glasses fwjjo are of good
moral habits, ioloate on southern
lands, which under Intelligent culti
vation would support as densea
population as India ;
Small farms, ; wth f subtropical
fruits prolific: gardens, well kept
horses and cattle pfgs &nd poultrr,
near neighbors, with; all the advant
ages of good schopls.'churches, plaqes
of amusemerit, all atcessories of ; a
thickly settled neighborhood, would
make the South d happy land with
out going far av?ay or waiting for
happiness till wc got the other side
of lordan, ' ' l , jj '! '
A little capital, with industrious
and frugal habits, will go farther n
getting a start in th South thanjn
any other part of the country. Less
house room is retuird, less clothing,
Jess fuel, and the feason is long
enough togrow frojtn two to fotir
crops. " - ' ' I ft f
No one has yet by any mental con
struction or any logical synthesis in
dicated any plan; oflfnechanism y
which to f navigate n the air. Any
method off inventing that is not in
pursuance of a previpusly conceivBd
and clearly denned plan is as ; a boy
at a backboard,? hoping by number
less trials to strike the solution by
chance. y - '
In a flving apparattis it is proposed
to lift dead, imbuoyant avoirdupois
by 6omeldndofmeciahical beating
against the air.landl necessarily the
deadweight must ton the under
side, and: the beating or cleaving
mechanism on ton. S I
. This is made inoperative by the law
of gravitation. T)M same principle
of beating or striking, in other forms
of application, Is involved in all land
and Water? propulsion. This feature
that cleaves in the ocean of air must
do one or the other of two things: lit
must,either be applied to bearing on
a large surface moderately or it must
affect a smaller urfjice with greater
It is stated that infill 10,000 people
attend theservicesatSt. Paul's cather
oral, London, every Sunday, the
morning and afternoon services each
attracting! 2,500 korshipers, and the
evening service ,00ij. The fact that
the musical portion pf the service I is
said to- be the most perfect of its kind
in Europe has no doubt a great deal
to do with its poplarity.-London
Sponges! are being propagated in a
cheap way just tnotf. About three
years ago a cute German divided a
few healthy specimens of live
sponges into a jgoodly number lof
parts and placed them in deep water
with the result ! that he now has a
w-op oi 4,ooo at the initial expendi
ture of 120. i. tl
k The eamperdown,ilhe vessel which
rammed the Victoria, is again cruis
ing in the Mediterranean in company
with the sliips of, the British squad
ron. RearAlnnraL3yiarkham is 1 in
conunand, t ( 1 p i
A BURGLAR'S DISCRETION.
(t Wm Only Excelled by the Inyalld Worn-
Presence of Mind.
The following incident shows how
an invalid woman acquitted herself
in trying circumstances. It was in a
country village an hour after mid
night. The woman of the house was
weak and ill. A light was dimly
burning in her apartment, which
was occupied also by her husband.
He was sleeping soundly, as strong
men are apt to sleep, and she was
Iviner n wake trvinor to control her
nerves so that hex reaflesaaees might 1
not disturb mm.
Presently she saw a man approach
as stealthily as a cat and noiselessly
extinguish the night lamp. Horrible
visions of robbery and bloodshed
flitted through her mind. What
could she what should she do? Sh
controlled her desire to scream and
decided on her course. Slowly she
turned over in her bedf and wearily
speaking to her husband said : "Oh,
dear, the light has gone out, and I
feel so bad. I wish you would get
up and light it, John."
John was not easily aroused, and
she had to speak to him again. Then
his senses began to assert them
selves, and he slowly comprehended
that something was wanted, after
the manner of the average man wak
ing up from sleep. He lighted the
lamp, and the woman, who had kept
her tense nerves quiet by her strong
will, was too weak to do it longer.
The inevitable scream came, and her
face betokened the hard experience
of the last few moments.
She told her story about the man
approaching and putting out the
light, and although it was apparent
that the light was out the rest of the
tale was thought to be the figment
pf a troubled dream. But the hus
band went down stairs at her re
quest, and this was the most indubir
table proof of her story. The doors
were open for sudden flight in case
of necessity. The burglar had sup
posed the couple asleep' when he put
out the light, and, just as the woman
had hoped, had fled when she lan
guidly and feebly said that the light
had gone out and-she wanted it re
The burglar evidently thought that
she was waking from sleep, and as
he had a good opportunity to get out
judged discretion to be the better
part of valor. Had she screamed at
first and brought her husband, half
dazed, face to face with a burglar
fully armed and with every sense
about him, the result might have
been a serious one. The presence of
mind of the invalid woman had
saved the -possibility of bloodshed.
An Anecdote of Professor Owen.
Mr. Thornycroft remembers Pro
fessor Owen as "a grand sitter." '.'I
got my impression of him," said the
sculptor to the Strand Magazine in
terviewer as he looked upon "the
almost smiling face" of Ins statue,
"by seeing him sitting on the vertex
braB of a whale which was made into
a garden seat on the borders of Rich
mond park." Mr. Thornycroft re
calls the circumstance that the great
naturalist, speaking one day about
the birds in his garden, said, "Eng
land is richer in birds than in any
other branch oi natural history.
Sir Richard at this time had a bed
almost as high as the ceiling of his
room and bad to mount a pair of
Steps in order to reach it an exam
ple which those who shrink from
keeping the upper sash of their bed
room window frame down at night
would not do well to follow. On be
ing asked his reason for this he re
plied: "Oh, it is very simple. I
have had it built so that I can look
out on to Richmond park and see the
deer in Jhe early dawn. They be
have so differently at 4 o'clock in the
morning when there is nobody there
to disturb them." London News.
Almost every mediaeval monarch
claimed the whole or a part of the
dominions of almost every other,
and insisted on inserting his claim in
his list of official titles. In treatises
and all pfficial documents the whole
list was religiously copied, and as it
often happened that the two negotia
ting monarchs had some of the same
titles, it became usual to insert , a
clause in the list, non praejudicando,
in order to indicate that, no matter
how absurd, inappropriate or untrue
were the titles, they were understood
to be inserted because they pleased
the monarch who claimed them, that
they did not conf e a valid claim, and
so no harm was likely to result from
their use. Exchange.
Their Bot Nearly Wrecked by Bear.
Four men in a boat had an excit
Ing scrimmage with an enormous
bear on Lake Whatcom. They were
on a fishing trip and were armed only
with an ax and a pistol. They saw
it swimming in the water and opened
fire. The bear made straight for the
bow of the boat, with its eyes like
small balls of fire and its mouth open
Wide. It seized the boat, tearing a
piece of wood off the gunwale sev
eral inches in length j then, dodging
the blows pf the ax that were di
rected at him, Bruin gave the side
of the boat a swipe with his paw,
nearly overturning it But just then
the pistol and the ax got in their
work, and the bear gave up the fight
and the ghost. The carcass was
towed ashore and weighed nearly 800
pounds. Portland Oregonian.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-t
ent business conducted foe Modcratc Ftf .
Ou Orncc is Opposite, o. S. PATtirr Office
and wc can secure patent in less time than tniusc
remote from Washington.
bend model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not. free at
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
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Even the Sultan Consults the Signs Forth
There is no land on earth where
more superstitions prevail than this
of the unspeakable Turk. J Some of
them are very interesting.
x uy any cnance a sparrow or i
swallow flies in the window and cir
cles three times around the ropm, it
is a sign 'that a blood relation of
some one present is about to die.
There are very many signs and
happenings that are supposed to pre- J
diet marrmga fta instance. If al
horse sneezes when she passes one hi
the street, she is positive that her
time has nearly come) If her hair
becomes unfastened, she knows that
she will soon be sought for, and if
she goes to eat a peach and finds its
kernel split she is equally certain
that 6he will soon be wedded. .1
There are fully as many little
charms tried by the Turkish maiden
to know wheu s.lu will marry; ns'by
her Christian sisters, and straiige as
it may eem sho is quite as anxious
to enter that state.
When in summer a bee flies in at
the window, it is regarded as the
harbinger of good news, as is also
a thistledown or a beetle. A moth
at night flying about a light means
thoughts aud good wishes fi-om im
mortals; the unexi)ected braying of
a donkey a visit from un unpleasant
If a man leaves his home for busi
ness and walks along the street mid
a bird alights exactly in front of him
three times, he turns on his heel and
goes home, and no power short of an
imperial firman will make him pass
that plact again that day, for he. is
sure that if he attempts to do so
something will hapiten him. A dog
running three times acrosa his path
will aisojturn mm oacic.
When a Turk is starting out upon
an imjKrts:?:t venture, he will say to
himself, "V i r'.ie will lx rn 1 de
sire it if 't iir. t three peir- 1
meet I.uve ojvs." 11 uo e j i s le
ing far less common than iiack, he
takes tho chances and sometimes
sees the three blue eyed ones first.
I never could reeonril j tho belief in
the written destiny and in tlvo omen
and signs together. If it was the
destiu3' of spine o:io to Ihj killed by
accident ut su; '.i a plaeo and mo
ment, of what vi; ' '-would an evil
omen s or a got xl Ele is Ixmnd
to be killed anyhow
Augury is also m: lc by tlio forms
of the clouds and by tho tn trails of
fish, animals and I'. ) i. by orange
pit and the odd or v .i number of
divisions in the i-.iip. If a red
orange was peeled by aeeident, the
person feels great pleasure, as tliat
betokens prosperity and gId
When the sultan is alxmt to under
take anything, however insignifi
cant, all. the signs are consulted. If
he is to go to the uiosque, all the
known means are employed to dis
cover whether it would be more pro
pitious for him to go by land or wa
ter. Probably there is not a foreign
minister or embassador who has ever
been accmlited to Turkey who has
not been annoyed beyond measure
on account of the unaccountable
postponement of a dinner to le given
hitn at the Imperial palate,
ponement that always sv:iil h
come in the most awkward and inex
plicable time. But if ho had known
the truth it would doubtless have
been found to bo that on consulting
the augurs Jt was found that some
condition or other was unpropitious,
and so the dinner was suddenly post
poned until the fates were in some
It would take a volume to tell all
the ramifications of the superstitious
beliefs in Turkey, and unimportant
as they would be under other cir
cumstances they really have much
to do with the deciding of important
questions of international signifi
cance, and he who Intends to make
that country his even temiwrary
home would do well to. study up
their many superstitions and try to
conform with their outward observ
ance as far as is possible. Constanti
nople Letter in New York Press.
A Scream and mu fCxettee.
Two young married men in the
baleni excursion to Newport played
a rather sweet joke on their Wives.
Before entering on the long tunnel
at Elk City each was sitting with tbd
other's wife. They agreed to ex
change srats in the long tunnel and
each kiss his own wife. Well, they
did as agreed. One of the young
women screamed terribly and at
tracted" the attention of the whole
car, and all ha a tiearty laugh at
her ejrpense when the light broke in
upon her resisting fiercely and in her
husband's arms. Thei other one kept
perfectly still, and &he and her hus
band had a good laugh on each other
when the light broke on them. She
said she did not know but what it
was her husband and did not want
to give it away if it yas not. Salem
Journal. ' .
young Mr. Macey Miss Edwards
says that the women in ancient
Egypt used to run their husbands
and all the household to suit them
selves. Lucky we live in America,
Mr. Binthayre Are you married,
Binthayre I thought not
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Raleigh, July 13. Two brothers,
Tom and Calvin Colev, white men,
aged 27 and 22, were hanged to-dar
at Louisburg, the execution being
private. The rope- used to hang
Calvin had been used on seven prior
occassions during the last ten years.
The condemned men were unable to
read or write, had never been to
school, nor inside any church. They"
refused to make any statement, but
indicated that they had not intended
to commit murder. Two ministers
visited them in the jail, and they ex
pressed the hope of being forgiven
for their sins. In June, 1892, these
men and Charles Tucker, a Jewish
peddler, met at the house of two
negro women in Franklin county,
and all drank. Calvin Coley incited
his brother and they killed Tucker
with an axe and carried his body
into a neighboring thicket and coy?
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execution, which, however, was
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i 3 50 p m
- 6 30 p m
7 45 p n
I No. 17,
3 5Jp q
4 28 p bj -4
,T 53 (TBI
10'.&4 a a
12 24 pm
CHARLOTTE, STATES VlLtiE & TAY-
No. 12., Daily Except Sunday. No. 11.
! 4 30 p m
5 20 p m
5.43 p m
7 10 p m
7 32 p m.
Lv Charlotte An
" v Davidson
" - Mooresville 'v
" Statesville 't
Lv Statesville Ar
Ar Taylorsvflle Ly
11 10 am
10 11 a a
y 22 am
G 30 lift
8 47 p m
SUEifirlNtl CAR SERVICE.
"Sos.ll and 12 Pullman Sleeners betwivn
! Richmond and Greensboro, and trains 2T
ana as ruuman Sleepers uetwwn New
York, and Hot Springs being; LainlH on
Nos. 11 and 13 on R. & D. andW. N. C.
Divisions, rullman Sleeper between Ash'
ville Cincinnati! via Knoxville.
Trains Nos. 13 and 14 Solid trains be
tween Ashevilleand Columbia. eonnectiM
at Columbia with S. C. R. K. for Charles
ton and F. C. & P. Ry for Savannah, Jack
sonville ana au tyonaa points.
Pullman Sleeper on Nos. i5aiid-ighK
tween Jacksonville, Aslievillq- and Hot
f. A. TURK,
i "WashlngUm, D. C.
S. II. IIAUDVVICK,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt
Atlanta. G a
W. H. GREEN, Gen. Man. I.
Washington, D. C. - .
V. E. MCBEE, ;
Gep. SJL. UA.Vb.
mb ia,S .a TrfliQMan'
for Malaria, Li ver Trou
ble ii o r I rxdig e s t i on, u s et
BB0WNS IRON BITTERS
Are broken down from overwrm tthwhoM
Cr8 nrnira's Trnn Itittfvrs
rebuilds the system, aida dices Hon: removes ex-
: cess of bile, and curva malur. Get tlicp- nuiae.
EASTBOUND. , "FT
c i; No. 12.