CREEK AND ROMAN CHURCH.
Thir Separation, Its Causes and Their
Present Points S Difference.
The separation of the Greek
from the Rraan church took place
in the eleventh century after a long
struggle since known as the Fihoque
lobtroversy: To the -article of the
council of Constantinople, which do-
J . . .At TT. 1 41 , t'yimtAOWI.
eth fronPttfe Father," thfc tcra
church tvVk-d, 1 'and, the Son, "-and
the wort Is frrjUluatty aimo to boused
in &trvhv. Tn the" ninth eyirrwry
iipg Lb III vis appealed to and
coranxfridod tho disuse of thewonK
and a second council of Constantino
ple confirmed his decree- and tke
inattcr would have beenllpwed to
Test but for the jealousy which ex
ists ljetwt'rt Rome .and Constanti
nople, on account ofwhich the for
mer revival tho ;risfc of theL words.
Thf Greek rhmtf-h resisted, and in
('7i'. Pope LIX exfonununicated
the jaJriiUch,4f Constantinople and
all otliiM S svXin refusal to accept the
Roman dctriiio. .
The pa'rriarch, Michael Cerularius,
hoping to ivvhw the jHenteiwte, in
vitbd legatee from tho -pope to Con
stabitinople to negotiate for peace.
'Tify ca":h' -acnn Singly, hut entering
A r ..l. ...... I. r.V W- C.t.- .ttliolt riltw.'lT.
LLi'-f eUUH.II Jt. "'I'wuv III'. Itn ill
ed Ithe pojVi HonVi nee of cxxroinnrum-
1 ul th sj-ntonw mi t.liw ftltiir
an'5 runicd to Rome. -This took
ikv'con Juno JO, 1054,-from winch
inje the final Hepiirotion of the east
and west may be said to date. The
ariurch summoned a council and in
his rum pr-on ou n eed ; exeoi nmu u i ea
ttn against the popo, with the sup
port of ahout a thousttwl bishops and
othW clergy. - Attempts were several
tinios made to efiVct a reconciliation,
but without .luccesa.
it Wlinout. .-. uccesa.
'Tho Greek church of the present
y reinRiiw in doctrine and ceremo-
dy renraiirs in doctrine and ceremo
nial. alm!t entirely as it was at its
reparation. Tim ehief points of dif
fcreiicc fin the Ruiiuim ehun.'U are
the omission of. iho liluWiue fro
NiScne criHl, and tho denial of . tho
papal 'supremacy. The doctrines of
thfli Trinity anl of the incarnation
and life of Christ art) ,..oxactljf the
sttrae ;ts fhoo of the western c-mirch,
.A 4-l-s. l.-.;!,- .11. .... i-.i r
wijh regard to the belief in poi-ga-ffyt
anun tho sewn sacraments.
ThjHid the Blefstnl Virgin and tho
saints Xji high reverence and great
iiriportar.ee. is attaohed to the sacred
pKturf, or Ictins, which abound in
tt.-ir churches, houses and streets.
Heyoiid the Nieciio creed tliCro are
no. doetiinul tests. Tlie cerwnonial
of tho (terk church is moro elaboi
ate tlum "that of :rtiy other, and tho
lumber of strviein Is remarkable.
ftoilYllfi nlrTkKuf nilinVin fPl.rt.
f old inuneiion is practictd in bap-tis-ui,
tlie couuiHinion is administered
to dnfants and -in lioth Ijiuds, and
pi-ayer is luado standing. In other
joints there is little difiference from
the wtny.1 of the Roman church.
Th secular priests are obliged to
Monasteries and Con vents .are very
iiumerous, and the monks are" under
ewore discipline. v Many Christian
fcpond their lives ura-ndoring. from
one -mouatory.to aauitljcr in theip
iitlgi'initi) acj: nro always bpspil
.) V r teoiyed. iie la igest anil inDert
ftfiLoiis ojE lliese lniijins fa Ti-oitsa,
which lias iiund.iers of cnureTies and
ft university within its walls. Brook
liongal rasaiit Trovorba.
The wisdom of tho Bengal peasant
cultivators finds expression in prov
erbs, gf which a collection has been
made by a Babiuin tlie agricultural
demu't ment of th.nt
A " X X
appreciation of tho outwardly re
vored -Brahmin betraj-s itself inci
lentally in the maxim, "Rain and in
nndation disappear when south winds
blow, like the Brahmin as soon as he
'has received his fee." ' -
Other Bengal rural aphorisms are:
"l3javo the land which receives the
washings of tlw village, and the bul
lock which walks fast, a.nd many tho
girl whoso mother is good. " 4 'He. who
works in the field himself with the
laborers gets tho full profit ho who,
being unable to work himself, auper
vises tho workings of the laborers,
gets half tho profit; he who orders
ve luuorers irom nis liouso does not
got enough to eat. "London News.
A Valuable Violin.
Ia a small town some years ago a
jeweler received in trade a violin,
and not caring for that instrument,
'but having a customer for an accor
dion, ho took tho violin to New York
and asked if it could Ik? exchanged
for an accordion. The dealer looked
at it a few minutes, then letraycd
excitement and was honest enough
to say that the violin was a genuine
Cremona and revealed the ! parch
ment which indicated its msjke and
the date of it, and ho offered! to this
j"v- iion.-.m ui nu aceontion a '
grand piano in exchange for iti VHiai
rue nistoiy ot the tiolm was before
he violin was before
R came into tlie jeweler's hands no
One could tell. New York Letter In
A Rattle Royal.
Sporting ritfrsandtelegraph ed
itors used "battle royarTiTfcsU the
"yU'viso! me country when rsii
v,o vii , at ,x . v
tae V linlant-V n IkirviA rrux
There is no fcwh tiitrrr o. o t.,i. N
. mr " - -V v UJIV hllll M. LMA . V
11 THA am I . . A. 1 ' . 11 "
fUCn tlilnrr ni n luttl.
royal between two contestants. The
tcrni is exact and technical. A bat
tl royal a fight of many, in which
every one is against evenrother one,
and tho best wins. Exchange.
6ok fcnd BaRkln.
1 r a
The expression "sock and busking
,which literally means comedy and i
tragedy, fpund its origin in the "soc- ;
-cus," the Latin name of the low '
snoe worn by the ancient comic j
tors, and the buskiu, a contraction
ttia T.., .-.1. . : 1 m
auin " re-!
xiim.ii Hum orosseqmn, 3 re
motely derived from tho n,v
"bursa," a hide" or high-soled shoe f
worn Dy tju ancient tragedians to
increase their height. The soccus
reached to the ankle only, whereas
the buskin extended to the knee
j. w mm v mm-
5 A peculiar eK has been brought
to Londonby a Mr. J.;Proctor of
TamataVe; in ; Madagascar. It was
discovered by some natives about 20
iniles- tho southward of St. Ai.
gustine's bay, on the southwest coast
of Madagascar. It was ;! floating on
thVcalin sea, within 2( yards of the
beach, and Is guppowd t6 have been
washed away wSti tbp foreskaro.
vyioh oiasite tf saiiuMH arl a
fcrjfristuae U Ate wl art ot Ike
of tfve- tsntfjOea, j&aiiig th4 the
eggiuJd frlus aLowrtl fhe imsuol
piece of flotsam tlxMt. lind It thus
came into the hand of My. Proctor.
The egg, which is whiiy brown m
color and unbroken, is fine sieci
mn.33i by 23 inches. . ad an even
higher value is aci'd ipon it than
upon the egg of thegroufauk, which
lived within tho beinofy of man.
The brobdingnagiau ! priiportions of
the egg are betterK denninstrated by
comparison.! with tho" fegs of tho os
tricliud (rocodil. Angwtrich egg
hi tut 17 bv l.1t inches, and the con-
teirts of .six such ate oily equal to
one egg or tne epyorraH. ;: iue iiea
urenients of the e-jjof tJ.o cnxxxiile
are nonnally 9 by C J iinches It would
roquiro the cwnteuis offij 1G emu's
eggs to (tpual UiU ctnt(js of this
great egg, or etfgs of jthy Jiomelv
fowl or 30,000 of tlie hushning bird.
(11muu ii Ocean npll; TrsttuW.
Dlison dedarvu that rajid transit
tlnxjugh the water is onli a question
of reducing tho friction fietweeri the
Sides of the ship and . tho "water.
What makes the rt;istad that the
uhiit's nerew mus-t ! ov&iisbnn is the
! fact that the shipdragsTa lot of wa
111 lui! " ;
- this: Say he vasl is.gcng 20 miles
an bonr; ty et; frOni her sidthe
ter .along with her. I To lllusuate
water is going 10 miles! afcf hour, four
f- t away 5nules an HouM, eiglit feet
i- . ,v miles an hour; nine f(.et off
J , -r -y,
1 nrtle an hour and soOnpndiu.ihih-
mg raiio. ah j tius wa. . u sei
is uiix;.?iii! rJuiigwitli i,jr. 'inat is
whtit the :iigiue ihas go to do not
force, the sliip through! tlft water, but
cjuty the watt-r siteu$ T':i:s nil
conxis fn)in Uie fiict 'U-4t u-o water
Stiei, as' it weitsj to. tli(. of the
Edison believes that jjome means
will Imj disuo'Vrivd of lemoning the
friction IjotAvcen U'-ty cf tho ves
sel ud the ooeauj : , Tiiu liuit might
possiMy be auhi4vud," ho! thinks, by
fomng some ehdq; ml u-oih the
pores ri the sides of tL(Si u... vutuer
the water line. She woijjjd then slip
aeixis the Atlantic ou a bed of oif
like gieaacd lightning, ix$, it were.
tv tenlble niii will -buy a liorso
of any value, Jindj one wpich ho ex
pects to d him g!!J seryre. without
submitting to a uli. : vet. . uu.ry
-si; ; ,..!!, . says a Wi Lkir ii a foreign
exeiKaio.- Many? an iunM'ufessionul
man has a gooil eyu for i horse, tut
he knows little ; oi- nothing of its
structure and auivtomy' compared
wis h the trained vjeterinarian. More-'
ox t ; tlie amaXeijr jndie Of a horse is
aj tit'-j fe in?
evi-ry inn. tnty- Vrinij kli slu
tific kuowiedo to Ixjar, hiit comtucts
-bis exjiniinatlon iii a sy'stenal.e man
ner, gohnj all over the hjrse' before
he has done with; him. f there be
manifestunsoundnes, it ill be dis
coveied and poiitteti oht, but it is in
the discovery and iudicalion of in
ciirit nt .unsoundness tliat fjie" training
and practice of tiie. veterimu ian aroof
snpieme value "4i"ingnid liomo
stead. 1 1 " t?
It was at an altei noii tea, aiid he
was youiLgas ivus isliolvn by tho
fact othis atteii.iiiTij; s;utlii function.
Ue koit ghine ig: ufrvofisly at her
f nm time to tnnf' and ltoeretl about
hor eontinuallyf- mabksi of lavor
which she thought she qpuld . inter
pret. Several! tiines fit vias evident
that he wished to speak b her, but
the other guests interrupted him.
Finally, when she was about to go,
ho rushed up to her,iolorng violent
ly. She raciou4ly helpe4 him out.
"Is t.hoie Moiuetlring yiu wish to
say to me:" she Uiunmiretl.
"Yes yes. I hopo yotlttl pardon
my saying it, but yoi haye a streak
of mustard on j your cbioek." Ex
change, j I ',8'
One day, while hi apratus for
deej) sea soundings by means of steel
pianoforte wiry Was bVingi'construct
ed, Lord Kel"lii i-nteii-d r. White's
shop in Glasgow aiongfi with tho
great Dr. Joul(j celol.rated for his
detenninutijn of the Mechanical
equivalent of beat. Jules attention
was called to a bundle of iie oiauo-
forte wire lvkiaf ki Ithelklum nml
m, : - .-" '"i', uv
.A".on,-s,m pwiuotl Hat he intended
11 lol .wnmwuir! rrrx "What
I noier lnnooentiy mquareU Joule, and
wan pi-onvjttlv answered,
C. "-Chicago Post. I f;
Tho latest deAelop4ien of A e in
surant e business; is infereiting: You
can buy suspenders.) whch entitle
oi , .m iw f juu il you are
i.;t, 1. . i .1 . -a 4 . ..
w,1,v""' weanng tnom. and tJiere
x . , . . ,
aie uinoiais wo :;-jj cit y.ur he lis
to a similar amount ii y oi am fouud
dead with one on your head. If. the
feat is tountl Jty your side, -both it and
4.- ,; c
IX : ! S- i
s Why He IUmalu4.
lt s but Algernon
Cbarles bail not his watch with hiin.
Thr ws a clock on thomantle, but
lt was out of tue raillle f vision,
,r."wbat time is rt by that : clock,
Bellefieldi'She asked. "I iu'k
4 'Oh, that cloek doesn't go," replied
the maiden. ;
"Doesn't it? Then f wpn't either."
And he staid 1 hour "and. 15 minutes
longer, estimated timo Pittsburg
NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEES.
A Moojltai,!) Band of Indiana Who Still Um
'' Toi and XkrrowK. :
One o! the most interesting places
iin North Carolina and yet one of th
ileast known, even by the people of
the1 old North State, is the reserva
jtion of what ' i3 termed the "eastern
'band" of the Cherokee Nation, The
jhistoryqCthe reservation is a strange
one. When the teVqw in North
ICtsofiawew Vem&dk tip $6 pov
i ernsasn Xlft I&fnH Ttritory, by
!fauthe geaJet pait ttf? f2u Ckrokeea
jleft tbeStold hpnaefreMr. But a
strong Jod tBtalnclaUil to three of
the wanj eounty tn what was
then alCiast a wiMerlfess. A great
tract of 2md was set apart as a reser
vation Ky the state, and voluminous
llaws governing these Cherokee lands
i were enacted.
I Originally the tract of land held
iby the Cherokees was far larger than
:at present It now comprises 73,000
jacres, and some t it is the very best
:land in western North Carolina. It
,is mainly in Swain and Jackson coun
ties, right among the mountains, and
:thj entire country east of the Missis
sippi does not contain a more pictur
sesquely beautiful region or one bet
ter suited to Indian taste and re
quirements, with its cold, clear
streams full of fish, its mountains
; well wooded and abounding in game
and its comparative remoteness from
the beaten track of white people.
S The wolf is yet a rover in this sec
tion, and therb is a county bounty
;for his pcalp. not only in the counties
labove na.meu, but in several others.
fThe bear is more abundant than any
Iwbere else save in the grat swamps
jnear the coast of the state. Deer are
also abundant, and the pheasant, or
'partridge, i3 foind, though long
$ince gone from 6ther parts of the
The eastern band of Cherokees are
Ian mterosting race of people. The
iWestem North Carolina railway
yation. Bryson City being the near
est railway station. The chief Cher
okee town is known in English as
Yellow Hill. It is a rambling place
through which rushes a bold moun
tain Stream, the Ocona Lufty. The
Indian houses are all alike In design.
They are built of logs, well fitted,
'flrjth 3 Jjorch on one elda They are
built to stand the cold, which is
there sometimes. So high Is
o altitude and so encircled by
mountains i$ the reservation that
there is &o hot weathex
The Indians are mainly ejagagod in
farming bat do not do an extensive
business in this direction, tliough
they raise plenty of food. Tlie pres
ent n&cnbe? of th eastern bond is
-aboui IJ&9, tuid it is cerrniu that
they are Increasing. f The healthful
lness of that region is remarkable,
;and many of the Cherokees reach a
j great age. The oldest inhabitant is
!r'Big Witch," who asserts that his
ogels 115 years.
The Cherokees vote and are on the
jeajne footing as other citizens of the
etttte. During the late war their
qhlew a strong believer in the
ICctai ederafe ta? as4 a- fine battal-
years lags: Atjj& UxXifi&X) asylum,
land U 3 -effectisfe 8rti$l being
! EarnggejSort) are, wba made to
; educate, ipo Iniijji Tliose edu
cated aaijefr infeeUlgeilt, speak Eng
llsh weSfid are fond of white peo-
pie and ao them favors. Many of
the Cherokees, however, do not speak
English at all and are as wild in ap
ipearancQs any Indians in the far
i filmtingts, as of old, the favorite
; ply-suit. The smaller kinds of game
ar6 not ignored. The rifle is the
usual weapon, but the bow and ar
row and the blowgun are used.
6ome are very expert with these
j primitive weapons. The blowguns
rare" nine or ten feet long and are
made of a kind of reed, with a bore
i or fllajnete of about half an inch.
The Populist State convention in
jOhio, on the 16th, there were 2,500
people including delegates, in attend
Lancc. tien. J. S. Coxey, the leader of
:the commonwealth array, was the
center of attraction and would be
nominated for Governor if he was
not a candidate for Congress in his
; "When the partv managers were in
klangcr they would say to each oth-
cr: hena ror uuck ivitcnen to save
us But when the party had won
and the leaderes met together to di
ivide out the offices they said: 'Buck
fKitchcn is a wild man and we can t
I recommend him.'" This is the tone
employed by the old war-horse from
i Halifax in conversation. Wc reckon at
l-the time the party managers were
icalling upon "Kitchen," while distri-
buting the patronage, that his sons
answered to the call for the old man.
I The deeds of cteat men live long
after the monuments erected by in
dividuals and nations havecruinbled
;into dust. Cyrus W. Field planted a
tree in commemoration of the first
Atlantic cable. Is grew to large dim
ensions, but it has fallen because in
ssects preyed upon its roots. The mem
jory of tKeachievemenfhowever, will
not. be blotted out by the decay of
Uhat tree. Neither will the world's
;heroes be consigned to oblivion
jshould all the proud shafts reared to
thcir memory fall to pieces or be to
tally destroyed by the constantly
ichanging process of our old Fart he
Mr. Wiley Rush, of Randolph coun
lly, has been appointed secretary ,ot
the State Democratic executive com-
trainee 03- v.nairraan rou. me ap-4i
ipointment is an excellent, one and
1 will give general satisfaction Where
fever Mr. Rush is known. He is an ac
tive, earnest youug Democratic
worker and is also a speaker.
; PreTiou&jto Jnly 1541888, Mount
Bandai, a tin-clcit peak 4,800 feet in
height, was the most conspicuous
object in the monntoin rane lying
from 100 to 150 miles north of Tokio
the chief city of Sapan. On the
day mentioned it was literally
"rent in twain" and blown off the
face of the earth" by the expansi ve
pter ot-mt&ua which lad yeaerated
wjvtat Xtfuoai th erliesyt tin
of vhtcH theft is any record stream
of void watrr had been plunging un1
der the peak on one side and escap
ing in the shape of steam and boiling
hot water on the other. That the
"escape valve" was not sufficient to
let off nil the steam generated in the
passage of the water through the
red-hot interior of the peak is evid
ent because of the fact that when the
pressure became too great it yielded,
just as a boiler would have done
under circumstances, and an immense
explosion was the result. -
The explosion is said to have been
heard a distance of over a thousand
miles and to hare cussd absolute
darkness in the vicinity of, the ex
ploded i ieak upwards of three hours.
during which time perfect torrents
of hot water and" mud were poured
down from the immense heights to
which they had been hurled by the
force of the "pent-up funea which
caused the disaster.
The debris which fell nftcr the ex
plosion covered an area of about
44,000 acres, to a depth varying
from ten to 100 feet on an average,
and in one place where a beauti
ful valley had existed but a
few hours before, rocks and mud
were piled up to the height of 900
feet. Three villnges were ingulfed in
ruins, and nt leart 500 inhabitants
killed by falling debris or drowned
and cooked in the torrents of boiling;
md, which flowed down a valley uA
a distance of nine miles.
Thec facts were gleaned from a re
cent port made by a yisising commit
tee appointed by the University of
War Between Chlaa and Japan,
London, Aug. 16. A dispatch to
the Times from Shanhai says the
Japanese are pouring Iresh troop9
into Corea and that upwards of
50,006 Japanese soldiers are now in
The Chinese fleet, is remaining pas
sive. In Japan the war fever is in
tense and universal, the press end
popular orators are preaching to
the excited people of vastly ambit
ious schemes, including the conquest
of China, at lest the, conquest of
Chinese province. The Japanese pop
ulation Jand .press are under com
pjte tAdi control. Perfect order
'fi&k Tbi-LianiTsi iiTnTrrriHirriT eafWceja
complett heresy in respect to all
military movements, and a cour
ageous censorship is observed over
press and dispatches.
QOriential papers, which were re
ceived by the Tacoma yesterday,
differ as to the relative strength of
apan and China, but the opinions
prevail that all considered they are
on tolerable equal terms. The war
will be watched with interest as the
first occasion when steel armored
vessels will be in conflict.
Col. Peoples nominated for the lc
gisloture from Northampton county,
the home of Senator RaraSon last
week in a speech in his county, an
nounced that he would vote against
Senator Ransom in the next legis
ture. He says lie told the Senator
when in Washington that if he voted
for the unconditions repeal of the
Sherman law without assurance
that silver legislation would follow
that the people would be against
The Assassin of President Carnot
Santo .Censario guillotined August
the 15th at 5 o'clock in the morning.
When the executioners seized him to
lay him under the knife he struggled
feircely to free himself. His last
words were: "Courage comrades.
Long live Anarchy."
Tlie gold reserve in the treasury
has began to grow, it has gained
$3,000,000 in the last week.
The null man strikers are all seek
ing their former places, and in a
short while will be at work again.
It cost the GouldMioys $400,000
to run their yatch in the land
of Royalty against British Dritanica.
Hon. J. E. McCre.'iry, now in Con
gress from Kentucky, is out in a
letter saying he will be a candidate
against Senator Blackburn.
Mrs. Cleveland was at Gray
Gabl, when she heard the news
that the House had surrendered to
the Senate and seemed greatly inter
ested in it, but said nothing.
In Fayette county, Kentucky.
Breckinridge won a victory in the
election of the chairman. And a
Breckinridge man was also elected
chairman of the executive commit
tee. A prominent citizen of Texas, Edl
ward T. Adams, has been convicteorl
of murder in Mexico, and will be
shot. United States Minister Gray
will ask President Deas to commute
When Baby was lick, 'Wo ave her Cartorla.
When she was a CbOd, sho cried f o-CatoriA.
When sho became Mies, sho elmnf to Castoria.
When to ibrj 'SaOdraa, sbt gave thorn Cattod
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