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SILVER DEDATK IN ALABAMA,
Clarke Won the Honors In a Triangular
A special from Clayton, Ala., says: The
free silver advocatte haying arranged a
meeting at this place Saturday to bear the
lions. Joseph F. Johnson and Jesse F. Stal
ling", the friends of sound money asked for
a division of time and it was conceded that
Hon. Richard Clarke, of Mobile, should make
a speech. BtilliDgs and Johnson had the
opening and closing, respectively, with one
hour each. Mr. Clarke was given one hour
and a half. The burden of Mr. tailings'
upeech was to prove that it ha 1 lyen the set
tled policy cf the Democratic party to favor
free coinage of silver, and that this country
e.ouM carry out tha policy without the as
sistance of any other country.
Mr. Clarke gave reasons for having
changed bis mind on the ptirjt of free
coinage by ptudylnf? the o,n"fion. He re
viewed the coina'g-; J:Kislation of this coun
try; tnat the fman'ial content of lS3i-'37
was really to rt-.tore gold to circulation, and
that the UN wn.i signe J by Andrew Jackson.
That wan tfc J-.-viO'.rHti-law ai;ain in 13S3.
TJuring rier's administration, the ways and
meins commiTt". iiortreft. Houston, chair
man, report'-1 a bill re-ln' iijg A" amount of
silver and hnlf and ouart-r dollars and
dimes. ind limiting their leal t'-nKfr quali
ties to f 5 ; thnt lew Mlvr dollars had been
coir.' I f-inen ;')r,t at whi'h timi Jefferson
topped the coinage of silver dollars ; that
this a'tion during I'icn-e'B administration
demoneti::"d th" only silver dollar that was
belritf coined, and that the f-ilver dollar of
the daddies was a myth. I showed that
the d'-alini.'- of the Southern fanners were
entirely with v eoiintrie", and that a
depredated HiT',n,'V would be a burden
galling nlnayson the farmer. He power
fully J re.-,ii- the way in w hi"h creditors
would swoop down on debtors before free
ilver could I"' adopted ; rr, ntra:dd condi
tio)" here with M"xi'0 and silver countries,
and flowed how '.iiiurpr rec-ivd far more
wajfe.a ntid cotiforts of life h"ro than in
ilver coi'iit I jej.
Capt. Jo.j. I . .r..hrioii closed the debate.
His remark" wr in oi!.''v jf silver as a
money, ren ,'irkini,- t ti;t gold, intririM'-nlly,
was worth more than iron. He prayed for
n shower of ertvi-r and had no fe;irs of any
leluge froinjt. II- d'dnr-d that in paying
lebts a bf'.weti ft fifty-cent dollar which
rome said th' mIvt dollar was. and a two
hundrel-ci'Tit d "liar, which he said gold
va?4aj preferred the fifty-cent money. He
labored to show that the people were Jm-povcri'-li
I. (here wn-5 no demand for what
'fhef made, and chiiri;cd it all to the money
.ptiwer wlii-di. h" aid was opfressing the
rrnintty : said the country required now two
''billions of sliver dollars'to pay taxes and
ordinary delitn. etc.
'J he. honors ot th" dis.oi-siou were easily
won by Mr. Clarke.
The di" Mrion was extremely eouxtlou
and aothin," unpleasant occurred.
RK'I I'KNIMi PKOSPKKi TV.
Better D iys For I no Wm kliigtue n.
Their inin iisat ion iolng t'p.
At Poltslown, Pa., the nailers at KHis A
Lessing's iron and steel jiia-it have been no
tified that on and aHer August l.-t they will
receive a!i iiicrea.o ,f 20 8 10 per cent, in
waaes. On the same day the men employed
In the pl.ue mill will l put back to the scale
of '93, which s a decided advance over pres
At East Liverpool, ()., the Knowleg Com
pany's potteries, the I ie-,t in the United
Wates, and the wm-ks of Carlwrlght P.ros.,
Burfoid Pres., Walli'-e - Chotwind, the
Bebrlng Toitery Coinpany, the Ka-t Liver
pool, and the Standard pottery Company,
nave all resumei op"i iition. Three-fourths
Of the potteries in that city are now in full
operation and others are running part time.
At Lowell, Mass., tho Collin Woolen Mills
Corporation in liraeut has posted notices au
ooudidng an iii'T-ase or io per cent, in
wajre of the operative.
At Flti hhiii. M,i-s.. the operatives of the
Beoll and I- itchimr wni ?ted ompanh": have
received the following notice : '-On Julv 2ith
the schedule i wages In this mill will be re
adjusted, and advances inado as far as tho
conditions of business will admit." This ad
vance will affect 000 or more operatives
wkohovo Miffered a reduction since hard
Umee began .
0,Gr,7S.J Hales In Sight.
Hie total visible supply of cotton for the
world is 3,0(i,210 ba'es of which 2,6S?,010
tales are American, against 2,.r)P,'7'J bales
and 2.0.H.r.7J bale l.-t year. i: .-eipts of
cotton thi week at all interior towns. 5.905
bales: receipts from the plantations, 218
balc; crop i:i sicjit, ?,C)'.7S3 bales.
Ta Las'! as.
tte pleasant effect an perfect safety with
which lad Ire may aae the OaltforntkHqald lax
atlre, 8ynip of Figs, nnder all cendltlona
makes It their faTorlte remedf. To nt th
tmeand (rcnnlne article, look far the name of
the California FIr Syrnp Co., printed near th
bottom of tho arkase.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlnx Syrup for children
teething, softens the rutnn. reduce Inflamma
tion, allays pnin.currK wind colic. 25c. a bottle.
Maavy tiprmt la Parker's Glaftor Taala
la well Invested. It subdues pain, and bring
better dtirestion, better strength and health.
After physicians had Riven me np, I tras
saved bv l'lso's Cure. I! Al.ril KniEO, Wil
llamsp M t, !., Nov. !S'.i;t.
If afflicted with sore eyes use Hr. Issac Thomp
so.rs Kre water. IiniKK'lts sell at 2x- perbottla
A Good Appetite
Indicates a healthy condition of the. system
and the lack of It shows that the etomtch'
and digestive organ are weak and deblll
tatej." Hood's 8arsaparllla has wonderful
rower to tone and strengthen these organs
and to create aa appetite. By doing thla It
restores the body to health and prevents at
tacks of disease. Remember
lathe only trne blood purifier prominently
before the publlj eye today.
HOOd 'ft PI I la tb tr ltnnar p(U aaA
if A5K YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
JOHN CARLE & 50SS, New York.
1 flPflfl Book-keeper rwan a rxJ salary.
A 1'"" We, tiii!ri!tliln v ur rech by
1,!rri-nn AIX ttRKI'Y, Kalimiaioo, Wlch.
Uair to tta Youtuful Color.
Cuio ''p h:r t&Uicf.
N. IT. 30.
I fiaarmTEAL PwaiwLTpwTta
i-iin.c kvuikt in Cicc due
Best Ciutrn sjrup. TaoteaUuuO. Use
in time, htoui tiv arnsiatiL
. s...- "I l r H n IV L It
Dlt. TALMAGE'S TIIKMK SUNDAY.
God Is Jost as Oool in What He TTIth
holds as In What He Gires. '
TtiT: "Salufe A.-ncritu. Thleflron. Her-nin.'-.
Fatroba". Hermw, FhllologTi3 and
Julia." Ilomana xvi., li, 15.
Matthew Henry. Albert Barnes, Adam
Clark. Thomas Scott an 1 alt the commenta
tors pa6 bv thes versus witLout any especial
remark. 'J he othertwenty feorle mentioned
in the chapter vteri distinicuished for some
thintr and wer; therefore discupsed by the
Illustrious expositor", but nothing la said
about Asyncritti". Fhlepon. H"rmaj, Patro
l;a", Hrmff. Fhilologus and Julia. Where
were they i.orn? No on; know?. Where did
thiydif-? '1 UT't in"' rordof their decease-.
For what were; th'jy di.atinar'iished? Abso
lutely lor n'thinz. or the trait of character
sou Id have bcn brought out by the apostle.
If they had V"eu very intrepid or opulent or
hir?ute or musical oT cadence or era33 of
fyl or in anywise anomalous, that featurd
would have tien caught by the apostolie
camera. But they were 200 I people, because
Taul ftit to them his hih Christian regard.
They were ..linarv People, moving in ordi
nary .-phere. attending to ordinary duty and
meeting ordinar. respon-ibilities.
What tlo world want is a religion foi
ordin.irv p. r)fle. If there be in the United
States 5,000.'KM people, there are certainly
not rnopj than 1 .Oon.ooo extraordinary, and
then there are fil.no t.Oi.O ordinary, and we di
well to turn our ba"' for a little while upon
Ihe d!tirii;iii-lie I and conspicuous yieople of
the liilde and eouider in our text the seven
3rdinary. We spend too much of our tim
in twisting garlands for remarkables and
building thrones for magnate? and fsculptur'
ing warriors and npotheosizing philanth
ropists. The rank and fllo of the Lord's
soldiery need 'special help,
Th" va-t majority of people to whom thi
sermon comes will never lea l an army, will
never write a State constitution, will nevet
electrify a Senate, will never make an im
portant invention, will never introduce
a ii"w philosophy, will never decide
tin fate of a Nation. You do not ex
P;et to; you lo not want to. lou will nol
be a Moaeh to lea 1 a Nation out of bondage.
You will not lie a Joshua to prolong the day
light until you can shut five kings in a cav
ern. You will not tie a St. John to unroll an
apo'alyp:-". You will not be a Paul to pre
side fiver an apostolic college. You will not
tie a Mary to mother a Christ. You will more
probably be Asyncritus or Phlegon or Her
nias or i'atrobas or Hrme3 or I'hilologus or
Many of yon are women at the head ot
households. This mornint you launched the
family for S ibbnth observance. Your brain
decided the appnrtd. and your judgment was
final ou all tpiestions ot personal attire.
Every morning you plan for the day. Tho
culinary d-p irtment of your household Is in
your dominion. You decide all questions of
diet. All the sanitary regulations ot your
house are under your supervision. To regu
late the food, and the apparel, and the habits
and decide the thousand questions of home
life is a tax upon your brain and nerve and
general health absolutely appalling If there
be no divine allevisition.
It does not help you much to be told that
Elizabeth Fry did wonderful things mid the
criminals of Newgate. It does not help you
mui'li to bo told that Mrs. Judson was very
brave among the liornesian cannibals. It
does not help you much to be told that Flor
ence Nightingale was very kind to the
wounded in the Crimea. It would be better
for ine to tell you that the Divine Friend of
Mary and Martha is your friend, and that lie
sees all the annoyances and disappointments
and abrasions and exasperations of an ordin
ary housekeeper from morn till night,
and from the first day of tho year to the last
day of the year and at your call He is ready
with help and re-enforcements.
They who provide the food of the world
decide the health of the world. One of the
greatest battles of this century was lost be
cause tho commander that morning had a fit
of indigestion. You have only to go on some
errand amid tho taverns ami the hotels of
United States and Great Britain to appre
ciate the fact that a vast multitude of the
hu nan race are slaughtered by incompetent
o iknrv. Though a young woman may have
taken lessons in music and may have taken
I -ssons in painting and lessons in astronomy,
-lio. is not well e lucated unless she hastaken
-sons in dough. They who decide the ap-i-arel
of th world and the food of the world
lid'j the endurance of the world.
An unthinking man may consider it amat
I't of little importance the cares of the
h'Misehol I and the economies of domestic life
but I tell you tho earth is strewn with the
in trlyrs of kitehr n and nursery. The health
shattered womanhood of America cries out
for a (J 1 who can help ordinary women In
(lie ordinary duties of housekeeping. The
wenring. grinding, unappreciated work goes
n, but th- sani" Christ who stood on the
ii.in'; of fl.ililee in the early morning and
kiu died th fire and had the llsh already
eh-an-d and i-roiling when the sportsmen
stepped ashore, chilled and hungry, will help
every woman to prepare breakfast, whether
by h r own hand or the hand of her hired
I"i ; l whi male in lestructiblo eulogy
. II winVi. who made a coat for Samuel,
or - ei, an I carried it to the temple every
v 11 . will h-lp every woman in preparing the
t nily wardrobe. The God who opens the
H'.'i'- with the story of Abraham's entertaln-
1 - it of th 'thro angels on the plains ot
l,vnr- will help every womau to provide
ho-pitality, however rare and embarrassing.
It i -ht rli time that som of the attention we
11 ue tiecn giving to th remarkable women
"T the r.i)ie:-..;n:irkn''le for their virtue or
w nit of it or remarkable for their deeds
1 ! rah an 1 Jez ! d and Hero Ua Hnd Atha
bah and Iorasan l the Marys, excellent and
abandonu.l -it is high time" some of the at
t"nti jh we have been giving to these con
spicuous women of the Bil-le be given to
J'llia of the tet. an ordinary woman amid
ordinary circumstances, attending to ordi
nary duties and meeting ordinary responsi
bilities. Then there are the ordinary businessmen.
They ii" I divim and Christrian help.
When we lie-in to talk about business life,
we -hoot right oft and talk about men who
did business on a largo scale, and who sold
million of dollars of goods a year, but the
vast majority of business men do not sell a
million dollars of goods, nor half a million,
nor a quarter of a million, nor the eighth
part ot a million. Fut all tho business men
of our cities, towns, villages and neighbor
hoods si 1 by r-ide. and vou will rind that
they eil less than 150.000 worth of goods.
All these men in ordinary business life want
divine help. You see how the wrinkles are
printing on the countenance the story of
worrtment and car. You cannot tell how
Id a business man is by looking at him.
Gray hairs at thirtv. A mau at forty-five
with the stoop of a , . . rian. No time
to attend to improve I dentistry, the grinders
cease Peeause they are few. Actually dying
of old a;e at fort.- or fifty when they ought
i i e at me men-nan.
Many f these business nien have bodies
iikc a neiecte 1 n.vk to which vou come.
and you win. I it up. and it begins to buzz
an i roar, an men the hun ts start aro'io
rcry rapidly, and then the cl"""V striker. Ave
rrteu, or forty, and strikes without any
.nV and then suddenly stops. So is the
bodv of that wornout business man. It is a
uegleoteit clock, and though by some sum
mer recreation it may l wound up. still tho
machinery is allout of gear. The hnds turn
around with ft velocity that excites the as
I mishnient of the world. Men cannot un
I'erstaul the wonderfnl activity, an 1 there
is a roar, and a bu.rz. an I a rattle a b-Mit the
disordered lives, and they ftrike ten whn
Ihey ought t' strikn five, and they strike
twelve when they ought to strike six. and
they strike forty when they ought to striks
nothing, and suddenly they stop. Fost
mortem examination reveal the fact that all
the springs and pivots and weights and bal
mct wheels of health are completely d
range.1. 1 he human clock has simply run
"own. And at tho time when th-? sfa lv
hand ought to be pointing to tho in hi-trim"?
hours on a clear and sunlit dial the whole
machinery of body, min i an 1 earthly capac
ity stops forever. The cemeteries have thou
sand of business men who died of old ag
t thirty, thirty-live, forty, forty-tlv?.
Now. what is wanted is grace Ifvine
era- for ordinary business men. men whi
are harnessed from raorn till night an 1 all
th days of their life harnesse J business.
Not grace to lose 100,00l. but gra e to los-
10. Not grace to supervise 25) employe-
iu a factory, butgra 'e to supervise the look
keeper and two salesmen an 1 the small be f
that sweep out the store. Gra-e to inve-c
pot the sn KM of net profit, but th 5d)
' clear gain. Grace not to endure the o$
or a whole shipload of spices from th in
dies, but grace to endure the loss of a naDr
of collaw from the leakage of a display
ehlngle on a poor roof.
Grace not to endure the tardiness of the
American Congress in passing n ne2essary
law, but grace to endure the tardiness of aa
errand boy stopping to play marbles when
he ought to deliver thegoois; such a grace
as thousands cf business men have to-day,
keeping them tranquil whether goods sell or
do not sell, whether customers pay or do not
pay. whether thetariflf is up or tariff is down,
whether the crops are luxuriant or a dead
failure, calm fa all circumstances and amid
all vt5icitudef -that is the kind of graie we
want. Millions of men want it, and they
may have it for the asking. Som3 hero or
heroine comes to town, an 1 as the procession
passes through the street the businessmen
come out and stand on tiptoe oa th;ir. Mora
step; and look at some one who ia arctic
eitmeor in ocean storm or in day of battl ' cr
in h'j-pitat agonies di 1 the brave thin. not
realising that they, the enthusiastic specta-"
t'ira, h-ivc one through trials in bn-iaM
life that are just as great before Go i. Thr
ar; men who bav i gone through fre'zin
arctic? and burning torrids and awful
Marengo? r,f experiences without moving
flv" miles from their doorsteps. Now. what
ordinary business men need is to realize that
they have the friendship ot that Christ who
looked after the religious interests of
Matthew, the custom house clerk, and helped
Lydia of Thyatira to sell the dry goods, and
who opened a bakery and fish market in the
wilderdess of Asia Minor to feed the 70 )
who had como out on a religious picnic, and
who counts the hairs of your head with as
much particularity as though they wre.
the plumes of coronation, and who
toolt the trouble to stoop down with His
finger writing on the ground, although
the first shuffle of feet obliterated the divine
cattgrapny, and wno snows just how many
locusts there were in the Egyptian plague
and knew just how many ravens were neces
sary to supply Elijah's pantry by the brook
Cherittb and who as floral commander leads
forth all the regiments Of primroses, fox
gloves, dafTodilsi hyacinths and lilies which
pitch their tents of beauty and kindle their
camp fires r.f color a'.l around the hemi
sphere; that that Christ and that God know
the most minute affairs of your business life,
and. however inconsiderably understanding
a'l the affairs of that woman who keeps a
thread and needle store as well as a'l the af
fairs of a Rothschild and a Stewart.
Then there are all the ordinary farmer?.
We talk about agricultural life, and we inl
ine liately shoot off to talk about Cinciu
uatus, the patrician, who went from the p ow
to a high position, and after h? got through
the i'.ict-Mor-'o n irt tweiitv-onn ilavs went
bak again to tho plow. What encourage
ment is that to ordinary farmers? The vast
majority of them, none of them, wid be pa
tricians. Ferhaps none of them will be Sen
ator.-. If any of them have dictatorships, it
will Iu over forty or fifty or 100 acres of the
old homestead. What those men want is
grace to keep their patience while plow
ing with balky oxen and to keep cheerful
amid the drought that destroysthe corn crop
an I that enables them to restore the garden
tho day after the neighbor's cuttle have
broken in an 1 tr-impled out the strawberry
be 1 and goue through the lima bean patch
and eaten up the sweet com in such large
quantities that they mast bo kept from the
water lest they swell up and die; grace in
catching weather that enables them without
imprecation to spread out the hay the third
time, although again and again and again it
has. been almost ready for the mow; a grace
to doctor the cow with a hollow born, and
the sheep with tho footrot, and the horse
with the distemper, and to compel the un
willing acres to yield a livelihood for the
family, and schooling for tho children, and
little extras to help the older boy in business,
and something for the daughter's wedding
outfit, and 11 little surplus for the time when
tho ankles will get stiff with age and the
breath will be a littlo short, and the swing
ing of the cradle through the hot harvest
field will bring on the old man's vertigo.
Better close up about Cincinnatus. I know
500 farmers just as noble as he was.
What thy want is to know that they have
the friendship of that Christ who often drew
His similes from the farmer's life, as when
He said, "A sower went forth to sow," as
when Ho built His best parablo out of the
scene of a farmer's boy coming back from
his wanderings.ani the old farmhouseshook
that night with rural jubilee, and who com
pared Himself to a lamb in the pasture field,
an t who said the eternal God is a farmer,
declaring, "My Father is the husbandman.
Those stonemasons do not want to heat
about Christopher Wren, the architect, whd
built St. Faul s cathedral. It would be bet
ter to tell them how to carry the hod of brick
up the ladder without slipping, and how on
a cold morning with the trowel to smooth oft"
the mortar and keen cheerful, and how to be
thaukful to God for tho plain food taken
from the pail by the roadside. Carpenters
standing amid the adz, and the bit, and the
plane, and the hroa lax need to b3 told that
Christ was a carpenter, with His own hand
wielding saw and hammer. Oh, this is a
tired world, and it is an overworked world,
and it is an underfed world, and it is a
wrung out world, and men and women need
to know that there is rest and recuperation
in God and in that religion which was not
so much intended for extraordinary people
as for ordinary people, becauso there are
more of them.
TLe healing profession has had its Aber
orombiesand its Abernethys and its Valen
tine Motts and its Willard Farkers, but the
ordinary physicians do the most of the
world's medieining, and they need to under
stand that while taking diagnosis or prog
nosis or writing prescription or compound
ing medicament or holding the delicate pulse
of a dying child they may have the presence
and the dictation of the almighty doctor who
took the case of the madman, nnd after he
had torn off his garments in roaming de
mentia clothed him again, body and mind,
nd who lifted up the woman who for eight
pen years had been bent almost double wit I
the rheumatism into graceful stature, and
who turned the scabs of leprosy into rubl.
?und complexion, and who rubbed the numb
ness out of paralysis, and who swung wide
rtpen the closed windows of hereditary 01
accidental blindness until the morning light
came streaming through the fleshly case
ments, and who knows all the diseases and
all th remedies and all the herbs and all tho
eatholicons, and is monarch of pharmacy
and therapeutics, and who has sent out 10.
fMH doctor? of whom the world makes no rec
ord, but to prove that they are angels of
mercy I invoke the thousands of men whoso
ailments have been assuaged and the thou
sands 01 women to wnom 111 crises 01 pain
they nave Peen next to God in benefaction.
Come, now, let us have a religion for or
dinary people in professions, in occupations,
in agriculture, in the household, iu raer
chandise, in everything. I salute across the
centuries Asyncritus. Phlegon, Henna,
l atrobas, Hermes, I hilologus an t Julia.
First of all. if you feel that you are ordi
nary, thank God that you are not extraordi
nary, lam tired and sick and bored almost
to death with extraordinary people. They
take all their time to tell us how very extra
ordinary thev really are. You know as well
as I do. mv brother and si.-ter. that th" mo-t
of the useful work of the world is don" by
uni retentions people v,h toil right on. by
people who do not get tnu-h approval, and
no one seems to ?av, '-That is well l..ne
Phenomena are of but little us-v Thin
that are exceptional cannot be de
pended on. B-nter trust the mail-- plan t
that swings on its r"it thai t-a -vu-t
shooting this way and th f. nr.p-riliu : th
longevity of worlds attending t th-ir ".v
business. For steady ilbi'iiiu'iiion l '.t-r 1
a lamp thau a roeke. Then, if vou f 1 that
j on are or-iiuary. rememt r ttiat y eU- r
sition invites the les attack.
Conspicuous people how th.vhavcto t
it! How they are misrepresented au I a'ei-e I
ana snot ai: in" nigner til.- norns o, ,a roe
buck the easier to trak him down. What ;
delicious thing it must b !- be ;t c.i-i ti lat
for President of the Unit"! Stat"-! It pius
t-e so soothing to the n-rve-' It mu.-t i-)ui
into tne soul ot a -au li J!e ;.u- h a s.
scxenuy wnn no reals tn bles-el news
1 came into po.es-na ot th-i abusive car
toons in the time of Napoleon I, print"!
while he was yet alive. The r-tr-.it oj th
army from Moscow, that army buried ia th
news of Russia. oU of th" mr-t awful
t rage lies of the centuries, represent" I uni-r
the figure of a m?nt"r callel General Frost
shaving the Frn :h Emoeror with a raz:-r o
Icicle. As Satyr and B.-elzebub he is repre
sented page after page, page after page.
England cursing him. Spain cursing him,
Germany cursing him, Rassi. cursing him,
Europe cursing him, North an 1 South Ameri
ca cursing him, the most remarkable man of
his day an I the most abused. All those men
la history who now have a h ilo aroun 1 their
nam" ou earth wore a cr"wa of thorns.
Take the few extraordinary railroa 1 men
of ur tim1 and see what abuse comes upon
bi"in whilethou sands of st ockholders escape.
All the world took after Th omas S?ott,Fr!s1
lent of the Pennsylvania ruilrovt. ahus!
him until he got under the ground. Thou
aads cf stockholders In that company. Ail
fh? tdame on one mm. --The Central Pacific
Railroad. Two or thre- men get all th
blame If anything goes wrDng. There ari
19.009 in that company.
1 mention these things to prove it is ex
Inordinary people who get abused whilt
the ordinary escape. The weather of life if
not so severe oa the plain as it is ol the higfc
P"ak. The world never forgives a mart
who knows or gains or does more than it can
know or gain or do. Parents sometime!
give confectionery to the children as an in
ducement to take bitter medicine, and the
world's .'.agar plam precedes the world !
a-iua fo-tis. The mob cried in regard tc
Christ. "'Crucify Him, crucify Him!'
and thy had to say it twic to be ui
derstood. for they were so hoarse, and thej
got thtir hoarseness by crying a littdo wbil
before t the top of their voice, '-Hosanua!"
The river Rhone is foal when it enters Lafci
Leman. but crystalline when it comes out or.
the oth"r side. But there are men who have
tnterel the bright Lake of worldly prosperity
crystalline and came out terribly rilei. If.
therefore, you feel that you are ordinary,
thank God for the drfenss anl the tran
quility of your position.
Then rern-mber. if you have only what is
called an ordinary home, that the great de
liverers of the world have all come from such
a horn1?. And there may be seated reading
at your evening stand a child who shall be
potent for tho ages. Just unroll the scroll
of nien mighty in church and state, and
you will flnl they nearly all come from log
fabin or poor homes Genius almost al
ways ruus out in the third cr fourth
generation. You cannot And in all his
tory an instance where the fourth gen.
eration or extra r liuary p?op'iO amount to
anvthiiig. Columbus from a waaver's hat,
Impx-thenes from a cutl r's cellar. Bloom
fled an 1 Missionary Cir-fy froai a shoemaker s
bench. Arkwright from a barber's shop, and
He whnss nam" is high over all in earth and
air .in 1 skv frOri a manger.
L !t us all b c patent with suc'.l things a?
we havs. Go I is j ut as g l ia wait IU
ke'ps away fo a us a? iu wait He givsi Ui.
Even a knot may be usctui u u is at tue- ena
of a thread.
At an anniversary of a deaf and dumo asy
lum one of the chil iren wrote upon the
bhukbo.ar 1 words as sublim-s as the "Iliad."
th-) "0 Jyss"y" aad the "Divine Commedia'
all compressed in cm paragraph. The ex
aminer, in signs of the mute language,
asked hen "Who male the world?'' The
deaf add dumb girl wrote upon the black
board, "In the beginning Got created the
heaven and the earth.'' The examiner
asked her "For what purpose did Christ
come into the world.-1" Tho deaf and dumb
girl wrote upon the blaokboard, "This is a
faithful saying and worthy of all accep
tation, that Christ Jesuscame into tho world
to save sinners." The examiner said to her,
"Why were you born deaf and dumb while t
hear and speak?" She wrote upon the black
board, "Even so, Father, for so it seemettt
good in Thv sight." Oh, that we might be
baptized with a contente 1 spirit! The spider
draws poison out of a flower; the bee gets
honey out of a thistle, but happiness is a
heavenly elixir, and the contented spirit ex
tracts it not from the rho todendroa of the
hill3, but from the lily of the valley.
A IIOKKII3LF: CRIME IX ENGLAND.
Two Boys Murder Their Mother and
Play C.rds Over Her Roily.
A most horrible case of juvenile depravity
and brutality came to light in Tialstow, an
eastern suburb of London, Friday morning.
Two boys uamed Combes, aged respectively
13 and 11 years, were brought before a mag
istrate upon the charge of having murdered
their mother and the accusatioti was sub
stantiated by Ibeir own confession of the
crime. The hoys killed their mother by
6tabbing her through the heart ten d ivsago.
.since which time they have occupied the
bouse alone with the woman's decomposing
body. The husband of themudered woman
and father of the two boys is a ship purser
and is absent from home on a tea voyage.
The house is weli furnished and possesses
all the rerpiiirmeiits of a comfortable home.
After the boys committed I b.ir crime they
'pawned a number of valuables they found in
the hoi's" and proceeded to enjoy them
'selvcs bv taking trips to various nlaeea nn
Ithe river, and in the inlet im visiting cri:ket
grounds ;md indulging iu other forms of
amusements. When they were arrested they
were ptnving cards in tho house containing
,tlie decompose.: corpse of their mother, in
company wun a nan viitou man aim anna-
rentiv getting ti.e iiigncsr -legreo of eujov
meut from tneir p istune, ic-spite the stench
which pervaded the loom.
jin' magistrate was astoun. iea nc tne ne-velopmc-uis
of the ease and amazed at the
cool demeanor of t he hoys. He declared he
could not believe the youngsters sane, and
remanded them pending tti -ir mental exam
ination. The miuds of the boys seem to have
been up"ei hv reading novels which made
heroes of "nt throats, robbers and the like.
T ho ci are has crcalcil a great sensation in
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BILL ARP'S LETTER.
HE 3IEETS A COUPLE OF MUUS.
SHINERS ON THE RAIL,
And a rery Interesting cmd Mutual
'Ffr' Coma in hextl Ccme right along.
said the deputy marshal, and four prisoners
followed him into the smoker aud sat down
where he pointed. Iwo of them were while
and two colored. There were ihr3 officers in
charge and the party waa bound ir Atlinta.
The TonnRer white prisoner sat iin 1 cuiu
ms, and after a glaaes at hira and sedng his
hand bound rip In rags l Tenmrea to i
what waa the matter with it. He said that a
I ieco of timber fell on it and mashed it He
as a voung man with barely any beard and
bid a ph asant face- He seemed grateful that
What hare rou au ueinaoinsf eiu .
'Moonshining, they say," ho said, with s
weak smile. The officer sitting next 10 mm
then iufcrmed me that this gtnj was ctptnr d
in Tolk county Tester 'aT, not far from lay
l.rsvj le, and Ihey had the biggest still that
had crtr been found in the woods. It was ho
bis that it would not to In at the car door ani
had 10 be hauled on a fla. ...
Where in the world did yoa get lt, saa 1
lo tl e Touns? man.
"I didn't pet it," said he, "but they ssy II
y. me from Rome."
"He don't admit anything," said the officer.
smiling, and you rausent press him to- hard.
H Las l-iBt te n bouna OTer 10 in isuerai
court, and if he can t gire a bona win naT
lie in jail till October.
"You are not married?" I asked,
No," tai l he.
"That's good," said I. "How about that
"Ho has a wife and one chdd," sai 1 he.
The other white man looked about thlrly,
and was well dressed. Ho was the degner and
promoter, the capitals, and dident seem to
be mu :h concerned. He boiiRlit some candies
fr. m tho iicwuli v an-l bai.ded them to the
young man ind the officer and the two negroes,
and wa unite chatty. The negroes sc. med nn
concerned ad enjoyed the rida One s.vd:
"Dis de fu-t free ride I LaTe In a long time.
Hit beita a 6cnrshiou."
After awhile one of them dropped to sleep.
But the voting white man was evidently snffer-
inc bo'h physically and mentalk. His face had
u sad an I dteamy expression.
'Is ihis your lirat expeii nee in this lin'7" I
' Yes. sir." faid he, "and it will by last. I
ncyer thought about it much until I was Into
"How .'ong hai that still been running there."
'About three month1," he said.
YUi tj do your folks liye?"
' Up in Union," he raid, an I I could almet
fe1 Ins thoughts going batktotheo'd hom"
folk, where a few years ago he as happy and
AHei- awhile he was ca'led on the other side,
and I d'Sdursed with the deputy more frtelv
about their rnoon-hine business. He said it
was inci casing in his territory thit fifteen or
twenty seizures had been made in Polk county
within the pat twelve month that generally
the business fell off in the summer months, but
thrs ir.ia great fruit year and very fa r i-pirits
could Le made with a little mral and either ap
pies or peaches or blackberries niixrd with it
And I cs des. said he, the times are awful hard
on poor fo'ks and a young man like this one is
e-isily drawn in. Home moonshiners are bad
men and dcspratc, but these are not. But all
of them get fco'ed sooner or later. For ten
dollars some fellow will tell on them. I reckon
there weift twenty or more men who knew
about Ih's si ill and the meancs! one in the lot
w generally the one to give the officers a hint.
We d n't know where to huut for stills and we
never would find out if somebody did't giTJ ui
"Where do they get ihe stills and how do
they get them to their hiding places?" 1 SKked.
'They buy them in Atlauta.or Romo.or Chat
tanooga and haul them away in the night and
keep c ff the public roads. Some buy the sheet
copper and rivets and make their own stills.
More than half we find have wooden bottoms
that ret flat on the ground and the lire is bndt
around the still instead of nnderncath it.
Sometimes Ihey use a big wash pot or caldion.
Their hiding places are very peculiar. They
n ed to have them under the floor of the liout
where the unoke cou'd go np the chimney,
but that has played out. They can tide them
from the officers cay enough on these moun
tains, but they can't keep the 66 ret long from
hunt rs and tramp. Of course they have to
buy these fellows with whisky, but that costs
too much, for one fly will draw another and if
they are not caught they have to move. It is
an all night business, moonshine or no m on
f hine, and if the poor devils would work half a
bard at something else they could make a good
living- The most pitiful part of the business
is the suffering and trouble it brings on th
v omen and children when the husband or the
father is serving a term in pri on."
"Well. Is there no remedy no stopping tha
"No," said he. "There are nomo pc pi in
every community ilm had rat In r do-- lr,
law thn obey i't. Thy like the ij k and the
peril of morn shin 11;. Regular hone t w rk is
too tame for them anl, bisid-. th v haw
fpiie agams the government that al own a rich
roan to run a big distillery and ay to a 1 o n
man you shan't run a little one." The oulv
remedy that I see is to clop tin m uli, 1 i ; : n'l
little, or turn everybody ! ose to make it. Bu
the government is o liged to have that two
hundred millons of revenue and of cnnrce tin
present system must go on. n
"What had these negroes to do wi h thw
CMt21' said I.
"Oh, thy always have one or two black lieu
tenants to help around ami buy corn, or steal
it. and to sell the whisU? by the Jugful to other
ngroes. Th'-y are the best sort of trus ies and
ill keep a secret bettor than a white mar
Those negroes will swear that they 'just hap
pened dar' and had nothing to do with tLe
"Will either cf these men be able to give
bond and keep out of jiil until court?" said I.
"I wouldn't bo s'lrprised," aid he. "They
have s m mb-tantial friends in their neigh
borhood. Th bmds are 3TJ each and they
niHlits nt back to-morrow to get seenrity. It
is a t'l'i-h ng how many peop'e in a coninnn:ty
sympathize with the moonshiner and a-e down
on the informer vih?n they find him out.
That's a secret that we officers have to keep in
violate or we would never catch another still."
A few yeeri ago, when I was gettmg the
ri;bt of way for the E 1st. Tennessee railroad, I
was belated one moonlight night in Paul iing
county, and bad to ride several miles to the
house of an acqr.a ntance who was with me.
Down in an ugly ravine our road crossed a little
branch, and n ar it was a covered wgon and a
yok of steers and two rough-looking men sit
ting by a amp'he "M"onbin-rs," said mj
friend. "Ttieie in a still up tho branch about
a mile, and these fellows have started to mar
ket w.th some whiskey. I knew them, and they
know thut I know them and iheir l uins. We
mut s'op a minute and be fr endly, tr they
may su'poct thit you are a rivenm offi-er.'
We a cpjwil and chatted ahile, and mv fnnd
told ho I was and what I was tloiu? Th-v
were ea-ily satufie 1. bui I didn't like the look
fif ihe two gnus H at wer- h-aning against a
rce. Not long af lei wards I as driving t my
tr.n'i h rue t ut Cart revdle and over:oo
ire l man who Lad a little black valine in hi
fiand. I aeked him if be wouldn't like to ride,
ind he thanked me and got iu. "Hjh far are
ion co'rtg t'os wa V" I a-kel.
'To Fannin cotiniy." he said.
J d you come on the train this eTenin j?" I
'No, sir," said he; "I have walked from At
linta. B-en s atiug there for three mentis, "
Moon-hiiier?" said I.
That - i" sa-d be.
'T.ev took y u down on the cars and ent
on back on foot?" said I.
' That's it." aid Le.
WfJL my fr;en'i, I reckon this willmakevou
yi't the bnine, won't it?"
' Well. I don't know about that. We rather
k- it tip in the mountains, and abont t e
hlt way we cn sell our corn. One bushel will
ra ke iLrec galh ns of wbiitky that we can aril
or $2. I nt we can't haul the corn tixtvmiks to
" it 's apainst the law," atid L
' Yen, I know it is. Lut tbec is no sin in
tol.li; a Uw that as made for rich iren to
get 11 her and k-e a p'or man down. TLcra
U 11 j'laiice in th.fe' revenue lae."
An t o it go. a on and ill conttnui to go on.
il it T"iy like th snmgkr 03 the cos st." J be
trs h zard i f it is fascination to tbove who
in se it. Th'M are smnggles now on the
Fl rila a-t Lrw fatter and grandfathers
imnletl U-ft r thtm. arxl the buines will
roniiii'jc down f r gencrttioja to come. Bill
ler in Atl n'a Ccntti'ution.
The disputed di ri-t in French Guiana
will, according to nn agrmiut N-twHn
France and Brazil, t-s tfovernedby dutlrnlo.
An acorn ia bigger than a saw log.
The woands made bj a friend nerer
Thorns grow fast while a lazj man
Behind the shadow tbere is always
Half-hearted semce u tno cowara
The more we lore the more we can
see to lore. ?
Some people haro more reputation
The man who has gold for his mas
ter wears iron fetters.
To-morrow is the fool's seed time.
To-day is the time to do.
All other eyes are fall of beams to
the man who has a mote in ms own
A mistake is sure to attract atten
tion where a nrtue would oe over
The poorest man is not the one who
has tho least, but the one who wants
There is more help in an ounce of
encouragement than there is in a ton
of good advice.
A happy heart is worth more any
where than a pedigree running back
to the Mayflower.
The fellow who is doing nothing
himself is sure to complain that no
body else is doing enough.
The only reason why we don't 6eo
the face of truth everywhere is be
cause we live too low down.
Eloquence may sometimes provoke
righteous indignation, but it cannot
produce righteousness of life. Ram's
The Kockln.T Chair Cur,
Among the many remedies, or allev
iatives, for indigestion is the agreeable
one of the rocking chair. An excel
lent medical authority declares that
the Blow, rockiug motion after meals
stimulates tho digestive function?,
and gives marked relief. This is for
the peculiar form of indigestion that
results from sluggish action of tho
intestines. The patient ought to be
placetl in an almost horizontal posi
tion. New York Dispatch.
By the will of Joseph Far well, whoj
vaa a prominent citizen of Unity,
Me., nearly $20,030 is given ti n!i in
ties and churches.
Highest of all ia Leavcnbg
Ofl thousand new thirty-ton coal ears
have been ordered for the Beading railroad
at a cost of f 100,000.
California peach growers are being advised
not to send any shipments East owing to the
large crop from Georgia.
The amount of property destroyed through
the celebration of the glorious Fourth in the
United States was enormous.
At Waltham, Mas?., John 6. Johnson, in
om petition, rode a mile on a bicycle in
1.58 2-5, breaking tho world's record.
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John Cunningham was instantly killed at
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he first onj in the afternoon he went about
500 feet high, and when be cut loose Ala
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Old Rip Van Winkle went tip into the
Catskill mountains to take a little nap of
twenty years or so, and when he wakened,
he found that the "cruel war was over,"
the monthly magazines had "fought it
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'" '-' CF11I1N kTltf wnotre v .... Vtw
(From the Troy, X. Y.,
iratea dt sunsrroK oiirin . .1
has entailed on him peculiar
consequences. At the pr-nt writfcJ'5M
la a prominent officer of Von
Cohoes, and a past all de cn:i;p oatw 1
ol the commander-ln-chlcf c f aj; aa "f
the Interview with a reporter h H
"I was wounded anl gent r- t,.
at v mcnepier. x ney sent rr
ethers, to Washington a
miles. Irsvins no room in t i:
were placed fa..e up on th
cars. The sun bent down u;
tected heads. When I rci !.
I was insensille and wns ,
daj-s while 'c the hospital. ..
ered In ray car and br jk: it t
erlng and breaking ever
of this 100 mile ride and mi:
disease, nervcu' pru--tr.it: i
rheumatism; a comj !ct. iv
which cave me no re-t r.V.-t.t
last resort I took fi-ni' l',n
helped mo to a wonderful 1 ,-t
matLm is Rene, mv heart l;u:
n .1 ; . .u i. ..... ,. 1 ... .
1 V .;v
cess in my car has tt- t 1 ,,. i . 1
mv head feels as clear rt l m VV1:,"
It felt as thonch it would Ik..'
ehnttcrcd bpmoik svLmm V' .'5-J
sound. Ijook t thoM lii--. r
said, ''do they, look s if tli-1
matism thereV" He movc-i
ly ana irceiy nno stroiic .1' .( t
yountr boy. "A j 1 a r air.
fCnarieu ni ine ouns umi .-.1 tf-4,
not hold n peu. My km c w ui i 'f,
and I could not Ftraighb'-n n i..2s
J01U13 wuuiu Murnk wii'-ii 1:; T'
i.nar is ine living irmp.
'When I rame to thinl- t
to be crippled with iIl uii: j
with the rest of my ailm-i,. 1 t-it v B ?
seemed not worth livim. l Mi!r...-,ii
aesponuency. 1 cun 1 1 t-t t,
said Mr. Edwards, as he di w .1 1, r.j C !
.k.t tnuliiii ij n . r. .... . . '
you lifted ten years right
n p v 1
me prime and vikoii'U. .
could feel no belter. I v;i
eould only dia? myself a 1
house. Now 1 can walk
trouble. That in it-lf."
cause for n juicing, l ut wlu n i
consider that I am no l i,-. r .(.,,
mifiht call nervous, mi l that :!,v ii(.,in t
preniiy ueariy n .in n . :: n nt l , v
nlRhts, you niHy reiili;-.- win ..vsJ.,
peak in extr-ivagiint pt.u- . ,f -iU j
These pills quiet my neiv, 1 :,
oppression irom my n,i i ,n 1 a' the
time enrich mv Mooo. J I:
no circulation in my l-ovi-r
my legs being: cold and
Kow the circuhition there
brisk as at any other part
tried to be so light-ln-itd.'
my nervous disorder tiini
while crossing the flour 1 n
. -I t
!. : nt t.;
"I II: v ,,:
is coming ami 1 never i' ti ii tt r in rr v fc'
and I am looking forward to u l u-v
seal fishery i a fail
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ine iong-eonteetel rerun a cimn m
00,000 acre of Arljvma land . pron-syd
t iraua ny reueral Laud Court, it bantf!
Mew Mexico, and Jumon A. IVr.Vis &
lie claimant, was arrested.
The Herreshoffjj have made nn off rt
United States Ooverument to build a trf
m wun a guarantee! hi - 1 f it
Bven knots an hour for f 1 5;c'j'. It .U.
lonstrncted on Navy Department J'1ub(
K bonds will be asked for extra ned.
The Greatest fledical Discover)
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURT, S!
Has discovered in one of our cots'!
pasture weed? n remedy that cum e
kind of Humor, from the worst tscro
down to a common rimpl".
He baa tried It In ovt ' ii-vn buni
case, and never failed vx-yt 10 twora"
(both thunder humor). II" h;w no
his possession over two li'ir. !rl c
cates of its value, all within twenty t-fi
Of Boston. Bend postal car I f r t")t
A benefit is always exp' t'i' ii- 1 from
first bottle, and a perfect cif h wsms
when the right quantity li takf.'i.
When the lungs are aff"-t" l it t'
shooting pains, like n-" 11 -t I-
through them-, the same with th I-1
or Dowels. This Is cauel 1 y tbol-
being stopped, and always di-i; ('lit'
week after taking it. lt-a 1 th laL
If the stomach ia foul or W.isi
cause soneamlsh fcelimrs at I'-r'-
the best you can get, and er.o'i?ho.
Dose, one tablespoouful in water ' J
time. Bold by all Drugu
JOHNSON' tllll.I. A' ff
Cvrt roa M cent butt) If
aa1 not a Moff'o ent bd1 it J-
n Dt do 11 Jrc'
lt. Chi'.! f i rr.
f4. 1 tra it F
4lh Hmocrhcic l'
l:t. Im(u t'f
StS. L Jini pw
lfoa7 baek if ona bottie f "
H. A- B. GiatabtAV, b-t'-.
Notice to Mill
And lunni ovnin snitU t.or '
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3AIIMIiklail Avr.. i.m
prt Wor.d'i Fair 1 Cbc-. A , f
p. np la lh liat. Pr.to r1i ' '
I'-ucb ftlil , Ualmc Fr-Man1 Tur' - ,
ruUrf and btafung a a J aii k.u-t
rvt. It lie w .f '
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in tm it-L in "'
HtM..v or rub I 1
btrinnah a. . '
dferrid a t t -:
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CafWrite for Prices and Tern
used. Better crops, a better soil, ai-'i s
Xr fr,r. u -;n i - .r,t free. ar.i