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SATUKD ' y SEPT 15, 1900
Ju^t aejrood the world of trerk
\\?i< r. tha hlajfcwaya aaaat,
. Ji.st iieviMKt the Uraftaaa traJac,
And the crowdcil str.-.'t.
J There Is still the TilirtrtirBll stl< nce,
t Slrnder vell BOtWeea,
Whcre the soui h ith i alm and shelter
From the thraaaajtaaj aaaaaa,
Just beyond the teniple pavement.
Where the contrita kn.ci
Just beyond tha trembllng twilight
Where the aaadowa steai.
There is stiu th. goldeei Btatraaaa
By the angels tr?>d.
There is stlll the homeward pathway
To the hllls of Uod.
. Just beyond Hfa*a haaquet ehamber,
Wh. n tha Bjueata ara catka,
"When the li^hts tmru low und dimly,
And thf aaart'a alona.
Th.TP ls stlll the sh!nin? Presence,
1><athless and ;..i..r.<l.
Of the loaa>rajactcd Jeaua,
f. Life"s forgolten l.ord.
Just bayood tBM sikii and sviubol
Of the oio worli m r..n,
Just beyond th?- eraaa -t11<1 darknoss
i , Where the thimders roll;
\ i There Is stlll the llvlnn Spirit.
And the land of love;
(There is atill the crown-crest klngdom,
All the world above.
?Rev Fred A. Jaeksne. in Boston Watch
THE REALITY OF SIN.
Ita PoteBcjr la n? (irrnl tuFTfrErci
Thimgli l.nntiunu<< itntl Sclrnct
ll?\e DulieU SrnitKltrneii to lt.
Thomas Kuller. in his quaint way
had b fcaaiaa for fettiag at the heart
of things. and ue\er BBOCw so than in
hia comment on sin as it couies in t ln.
fonu of temptation and aa it appeart
in the memory in the form of action
TBefore 1 comniit a sin," BtBOiBJ Ful
Aer, "it seems t<< :i>e so shnllow that
if naay wade Hmwagh it dr\-vhod from
"BUiy guiltiness: but when I kav? 00BJB
tsnitted it. it often secms BO deep that
J cannot eseape without dtOWahaBJ.'
iMuch of the ohl phraseolo^y in whieh
*he preaohers endeaxored to carrv thi*
truth home to the eonsriousnesa oi
feearcrs or renders has lost its foree
but the fact reuiains preciselx what it
was in the days wla-n the l'uritan di?l
?ot think about sin as an abstractiou.
but aa un ever-preseni reality. The
frreat preaehera of nur tinie. like the
great preachers of all tinie. have hated
tnoral evil of every sort. aiul have not
loat cJear vision of it by reason of th<
?hdgher average of ffeneral coiuiiivt* and
Iho increasing- onlerliness of soeirty
There is as niucli nioral peril in tht
world as evar in its history, and tliat
peril still takes OBJ all its old forins
arith many nciv OSM8J whieh are even
anore subtle and beg'uiling, born of th?
refinement of the Bjaja and the teaipta
iions whieh are presented by a lux
?try whith is not a sin in itself. but
avhirh often wenkens the filn-r of tht
anoral natttre and prepares for an ir
Temediable cutiist rophe. Sin as a faet
in individual life is not diminislu??
ln force or in sig-nitlcance by seientinc
artatenients of its charaeter, by great
?r litfht thrown tipon inheritanae and
?nviromnent, nor by philosophical ex
planations w liioli seem to wear off it?
adg>es and niake it less nionstrons. It
atill does precisely what it has alwayj
alone; BjBaUrl the eonseienee, weakens
the will, diminishes the nioral sen
adtireness and sets in prOOBBJI a disin
tegration of charaeter whieh, unless
it is arrested, involves ultimate wreek
ape. ln this ag-e, when the facts ot
ain seem to have reeeded in the baek
ground, it la well to reread Dante in
order that, in the graphie ptettarlagj ol
a great literary artist. the blaeknes*
of moral evil and the liideousnesa of
the things whieh come out of it and
the resnlts it leaves behind it may b<
?learl\- dis<-erned. Neither science not
philosophy nor the larg-er knowledgt
of modern timos has weakened the
?force of nioral law or has taken frorz
a violation of that law any of those
appailin^- efleota whieh Dante threw
into sneh bold and terrifying1 reliet
?ln his pictures of the Inferno and ot
PJHUgatueJ. Lanprnaffe has changed and
aymbolism has elmnged, but the law
remains; the ethical structuie of the
?universe is untonched. J'he relation
of man to this invisible but inexoiabl.
order ba- not b.-en nnxlitieil: he still
reaps what he BOWB, as lie did in the
days when the evilcd ]n>et of Florenee
felt the flanies of hell beat on him.?
fK. Y. Ootiook
I < mmii for \\ luil the World Saya.
Why will you keep cariii"; for what
the world says? Try. oh, try to be n.i
lon<?er a slave toit! You ean have littla
idea of the comfort of freedom from it
?it is bliss! All the carinq- for what
people says is from pride. Jloist yout
'flag, and abide by it. In an infinitely
?ahort space of time all seeret things
will be divulped. Therefore. if you are
anisjudged, why trouble yourself to put
,yourself right? You have no idea what
a great deal of trouble it saves you.
' Roll your burden on God, and He
will make straight your mistakes. He
will set you right with those with whora
you have set yourself wrong.
Here I am, a lump of clay; thou are
the potter. Mold me as thou in thy wis
dom wilt. Never mind my cries. Cut
my life off?so be it?prolong it?ao be
it. Just as thou wilt, but I rely on thy
'nnchanging g-uidance during the triaL
Oh, the comfort whieh comes from this!
The Kligdon of God.
I Tha kingdom of God ia not ona of vio
4sgct or forae. Tht aeeda of Diviaa'
grace are secure in the heart, and th?
roan hiin^elf is responsible for theit
pcopee cultixation und for bringing
them to perfeetion.?Rev. K. M. Bristol,
Mothodist, VVaahington, D. C.
The eekae ee aoead exeareaee upon
Jhe general henlth is not sntliciently
reeiOfBijaad by the majority. but those
ulu> li;i\c atodted the matter tell us
iiiat evaa the praetaea of readiug
aloaad kea a graal aaad benehVml iu
ftamaM apoai the health. To quote
the NMM-.l.-, of au authority:
"iVrsons who have a tendency to
pultuoiiary disease should ruethodical
l.v prnetiee those actions of the bodj
tkvoofw whleh the ekeal is in part
tilled or emptled of air." and fiuther
adviee is given to the effect that those
?aaoee chests are weak should read
aloud nt stated intervals antl even
.-eeite or sing. n^ing due caution aa
to post.ire and articulation.
l ii.se regtiLjur exerctaea of the voice
niny be renriered as aalutary to the
organs of respiration as they are
Bffl-eeeMa Ia their influence on the
\oiee. Moreover, voeal exerciae ofteu
Improvea the contour of a thin throat,
and is thereby a beautifier.?Washing
"Wheie ? the diekena ia that vest
of mineV exelaiined the young mar
ried man on a hot BBOtllteg a little
Whtle BfO. H? had deeided to put on
his thinnest serge. In the closet he
found hls trousers and coat, but the
waisteoat w as niiasnijj. The young
niarii.d man searched in vain for the
He eeoMed and stormed to himself.
Then he seohird the servant girl and
eet her to lookiag for the tnissing
pieoe of wesviag apparel, At last his
wife waa appealed to.
"Clarn. d-ar. where in the World ia
that blue vest of inine?'*
"Why. don't you remeniber. Frank,
f ut-ea IM1 hist sunmier to piece out
\"<1 the k\ M. Nf. rcmembered.
Detroit Free Prese.
Uanllfw*k)'i Klylng; Mmehlne.
recently evperiniented, under govern
nicnl auapicea, v\i;h a flying-machine
which combines the lifting power of a
balloon with something resembling
wing action. The balloon, says the
Youth's Companiou, is shaped like a
projectile, and is siuall, being fllled with
pure hydrogen. Ita ascenaional forceia
hufheii nt to neutralize the weight of
the aeronaut and the apparatus. The
latter consists of a system of movable
aeroplanea and a ateering tackle, by
means of whieh the aeronaut guides the
eourse of the balloon. In descendfhg,
the latter uaaumes an uprijjht ]>osition.
The imniediate object of the experi
nients ia to provide a dirigibie balloon
for the signal corps of the Russian
A lcn.lv \?-l|thl.orli..?.,l
The eaeet lonely highlands of onr
national territory are the apatrealy
woodfd sierrus of western New Mexic-o.
The clank of the woodeutters' ax eeaV
oea through the ateepest glens of the
European Alpa and sonthern Alltgha
nies. but in the Sierra Mesilia. west
of B Paso, there are ralleys where the
moan of the wind in the branches of
the rock pines ia the only sound heard
for days together. A kind of ??! IIIUl
is the only inhabitant of these soli
badee and rarely leevea its borrowa
betore aooa. Btreaexeextreaael] rare,
thuugh a silent vulture now and then
Hoats across the tky on ita way to the
cave labyrinth of the Gila river.? Chi
NORTH CAROMNA 8TATE AGRI
R.M.aiGH rf. 0. Oct. 22-27th?For
the above oeoaaion the Southern Rail
*ay will aell tieketa from all tieket ata
tiona on ita linea in North Oarolina. al
ao from Norfolk, Riehmord Lyneh
burg, Danville, ai.d elt int-im-diate
atationa in Virginia to lUleiph. N C.
and return at one fare plua nfiy eentn
for the round trin
Tieketa on aale Oct. 19th t"> 26 h in
eluaive. with return limit Ost 29th.
Tieketa aold at the above rate em
braoe oneeoupon of admiaaicn to tbe
ir W. WatTBUBT, 1. P. A.
WANTED?A houee gitl to a^Biat in
waahing and ironing at 102 E. Marahall
St. Aluat ei me well reoommended.
Any number of girla can hav? any
kind of houae work, city and eountry.
Qood wagea nn fare.
Krkmkk, 2718 Juniper Br.t
Philadelphih Pa. 1 m
Get money. Symbohe mysterieB.
Book on a glasa of water for lucky
number* 50 eenta ard $1.(0. J. ?
Coatea, Bt. Dr., 1113 Cherry 8r.. Phil
adelih'a.Pa. Ca eara eured
Home Made Bread, Cakes
and Pies *For Sale,
?av^Alao Accommodationa For Exeur
oioniata and Viairora to the City.
MRS. JACKSON, 910 St. James 8t,
Girla wanted, to learn to make che
roota. Only steady and industrioua
g-rla of good eharacter need apply.
Niee, light, easy. clean, and healthy
work and good pay. Also paid while
i?>arning. Apply at once to Cheroot
Factory, 21 N. 25th St., between Main
and Frankiin. Bring thia notice with
Open An Account with Us,
We will lend you any amonnt from
|6 to $1000 to be paid baek in small
weekly paymenta. Something new,
ourely mutual and takea the plaee of a
back account to persona of amall
meana. Terma reaaonable. Addreaa
or oall on
THE V. 8.. MUTUf L JAHKING 00.,
Room 7, Kbel Bnllding.
ST. PAUL NORMAL &
LAWRENCEVILLE, VA. ;
Admita bnth Rexea of Twlve Yeara]
of Age and Upward.
Haa Acdemic and Norm \\ D.-n-r'- !
menta. A full oonrtpeten r?orp- o| i
teachera employed. faT T m,< ?f*K. i
in the reaoh of the pooreat. S id-'.-j
pay a portion of their bi! <e i aoaa '
Department of Induatry.
8E38ION OPEN3 OC \ IID 1900.
For Gatalogue and terma applj i
Rbv Jambb& Ri>ski.l.
Loek Box, 149. Lawreneeville, Va.
9 1 4
The Great Hair Reatorer a id Da. d
ruffCure. Stopa the hair f:rm :d in?
out. Makea the hair grow h autifuliy.
Curea theecalp ef dandruS, erup ora
and itohing. Makea all kinda of haic
aofc and glosay. A flne art c'e fcw ?h
mustaebe and whiakare. No ir.mn <fc>
nece^aary. Simply rub into the ec-lp
once or twioe a week. An engan-.y
acented hair dreaaing. La jje bottle*
twentv-five (25)centa. h-en- an.v-?her?
by mail on reeeipt of price and flve (5
eenta extra for poatagt. Maoipe or si -
1201 R Street. Waahington. n. n
8 18 1 .n
A Heavy Mustactie!
Heavy Qrowth of Ha>r
produced by the use of
In a remarkably abort apaoe of titn?.
It ia the moat wonderfnl diacovery of
the age and ia a preparation rerfected
after yeara of atndy. Send 25c (atamp.
or ailver) for a 50o bottle and you will
aee how wonderful it ia.
HAIRINE MAMJFA01URING CO ,
Station, No. 1, Newport NewaJVa.
W. W. SCOTT.
806 N. 2nd Street.
Hair Cuttirg, rbaving and ?hampoo
ing in Firat Olata Style. Tonaorial
Arartmentp now o\ tn to irceive you.
Call and aee me. ti
BLACK 5KIN REMOVtR
*=SS FACE BLEACH.
HAIR STRAIGHTENER. BSttKffl
?Wke any one peraon s hair grow long aad ttrilght.
A WONDERFUL FACE BLEACH.
A TKACH-LIKK complexion obtrlned lf unert u
dlreotod Will turo tbe skm of a blaek orTow"
punwnfonror flve shatlca lifrhtcr, anj a mulatto
perwn porfectly white In fortv-?iRht booni
?harteor two llKh?er will be notlceable. It 'i?m
not tum the skia lu spoU but bleirlic. out whltr
One box of this preparation is all that ia reatttfed
Ifuacd a. directcdTthe skln rrmalnlna; be.utl
Tul without continuAl use. Will removo wriukle
meUaa, dark spota. plmplea and blaok-hemlxi
^Lrc^.piU,xh.n *nd ,lyer "P0* without harm
to the skin. Uhen you get the color you wiKh
?top aatBg the pre,>araUon. The dlreotloni and"
MffiSrl Moncy 0rderf KipwaMnnn
OrJer.ReRist#ml Letter.orwe wllloend ItC O D
Packed ao taat no one will know contenta cioer.t
*W?lver. THOS. B. SaVB.
122?i W. Broad SU, Bichmoad, Ta
Last Excursion This eason.
BY THE W ORKING SONS OF HOPE.
Sat. Night Sept. 15th.
At the request of n any who accompanied us on our last
Excursion to Staunton wc have decided to run this train,
whieh will be the equal of the last.
This being the last Excursion of the scason to Staunton
the eommittee will spare 110 pains to make it one of the best
of the season. Let everybody turn out and have a good
tinie in the mountains.
Zoological Park where hundreds of auimals ean bc1 seen
free, Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute, the Asyluni and hun?
dreds of other attractions. Nice Valley Pikes for Bicycle
Riding. This is a spleudid opportunity to visit your coun
ty liome. The train will stop at all stations going and re
FARE, FROM RICHMOND, Round Trip, - - $150
From Richmond to Gordonsville, $1.00;
From Richmond to Charlottesville, ?:.25
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD BY A COnnnIEE.
Refreshments served on train by a popular caterer.
Train will leave C. & O. Depot, Broad St. Station, Satur
day night, Sept. 15, 1900. at 11:00 P. M. Returning, leaves
Staunton at 6 P. M., Sunday,Sept. 16th. Good order guar
anteed on train.
J. H. COLEMAN, Manager; A. B. HAWKINS, Secretary.
i08 East Broad Street.
If this announcement interests you, if you need GOOD CLOTHING, HATS and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS for Summer or Winter, read on. ?F
This Stock was bought frcm the receivers of S. I. Hirshburg, who sold it by order of
the court. We cannot show quality in a newspaper. If you see the goods you'll surely buy.
BELOW ARE PRICES:
Men's suits, former price 4 50 now 1 98
MEN'S AND BOY'S OVERCOATS.
We guarantee the prices the lowest for
equal quality ever named in this market.
Men's Overcoats from $1.48 up#
Men's pants, former price 1 00 now 59 f
* 1 98
1 2 79
Men's Mole Skin Shirts,
Men's Working Shirts,
75 Silk Frout Shirts,
75c Soft Shirts.
$1 and $1.50 Dress Shirts,
75c and $1 Caps,
$1.50 and $2 Hats,
_Men's working pants, made by Hirshberg
and warranted not to rip, at, a pair, 89c.
$1 25 Suits,
2 00 "
2 50 "
3 00 "
4 00 M
| Children's Knee Pants,
J9> 39, 59C
j Speclal Bargains tn Boy's Lon.g Parjts, Stftts
6ALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL GOODS ARE SOLD AT BATIMORE
108 Easti!) 11. treet, Richmond, Virginia.
tBjMow tp tha hair and .kia * and daiacroua to haalth aod lifc. Ba w.JSd? ?? !7' *? PBU,?f ?? th* milrket tU# "oatruaiB.
,wtth a kgTtimata fina. who will treat you lairl/and giye too vaJoa for your SkiTV T ESA "d ""T y0? t0 beco?n? bald- ^
?? ?M tlaUa for thatn i that th?y do not ecntain any aniinal Jt ? i?d?r?? ?oney. Wa do ao cmnly awear that our ramediaa ara traa to
WtaSoa. Wa rafcr to iimapolitao Bank. RlcbTor."M oJMhTcSS? of tfjaT* "* tI?11 r?u^femon^ <or ?Y,rj caM of dlMat
MvavtfawMat ara rtgi-t-rad aa our trade-mark iuJJ.i.pMUi^O^A^Lf^9*^- T,b! word ?,Z0N0 *nd tha.caU ahowo la^tkia
0Z0JIO Doaltivatv atralfhttna Kao^tty Knaoov KtnW Stub^r? H ulf"aJftfmeBt ?""*?. promptly proaacuted.
gMtto dfct^ O oe. th. worKiaS rSTlfrfe ?f." ?". -?Wf to
boaat Oi uaynv; BLECTWCAL SK1
skla atvaral ahadaa: abo ona bottl. of 8KIN FOOD. whieh raaaaaaa Wrinkie.'^rcckui' ^S^S'^-TJ..1 -?*.T?
B.OS.TjO'N CHEMICAL COMPANY'
310 E.BROAD ST,mCHMOND.VA.
PYTHIA.N CASTLE HALL <fc
Calanthe's Court Chamber,
Ntt. 511 NORTH THIRD STREET,
From Sept. 24th through Oct. 5th. 19CX).?2 wecks.
Fine program first nght when every meinber of the Order
will be present. Uniform Rank will drill, Japanese parasol
drill by 30 young ladies from Excelsior, Acme and other
Courts, Childrens mock marriage, Kaby show, 2 silver cups
to be given for fmest baby under 1 year and fiuest between 1
and 2 years of age. Prize for the "one selling the highest
number of tickets. Voting contest, anything you desire
also asuit of uniform to the most popular Knight. Who
will get it? Let us see! Come one! Come all!
4dmi*sion. 10 Cents tf.
Where do you buy your Meats?
James H, Gibhs,
Deaier in All K ds of Meats.
Stall, No. 12 First Market
The best Buteher you can find to buy Fresh, First-Class
Meats at a Reasonable Price.
a^ THANKS, I JUST WANT TO KNOW
Hartshorn Memorial Colleje.
CHARTERED WITH FULL
COLLEGIaTE AND DMIYERSITY POWERS.
?A School of High Grade for Young Women.?
' ?? NORMAL, 1NDUSTRIAL and COLLEGIATE
Good Instruction; Kind and Careful Oversight.
Address, LYMAN B. TEFFT, Richmond, Va
JOHN W. MURRAY,
[Formerly with John Podesta.]
wm ' MEAT A SPECIALTY. ?
No. 128 iSth St., Cor. Grace. ;4 Prompt Delivery of Goods.
Have You Got a JOB?
1K NOT. rHK.N A OO
ni i.i) WKITKAT
ARE YOU EARNING BIG MONEY? ?
HARTONA REMEDY CO.,
?- 909 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA.
We want lady or gentlemen Agents ia every towu in the United States.
You can earn bigr money If you will work for us eren in yoar spare time.
Write to us to-day. This may be the chance of your life. This offer is
open to ladiea or ajentlemen?white or colored*
W. I, Johnson,
FUNERAL DIREGTOR AND EH6ALHER.
Office & Warerooms: 207 N. Foushee St., nr. Broad.
HACKS FOR HIRE
Orders by Telephone or Telegraph piomptly filled. Wed
ding, Suppers and Entertainments promptly attended.
Old 'Phone, 686. Residence in Bailding. New 'Phone, 48