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TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE? ANO IT MUST FOLLOW AS THE
NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CANS'T NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN?
BY KEITH, SMITH & CO,
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.
VOLUME XXXIIi.-NO. 44.
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, -want of
lack of Energy, Malaria>
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cur?
all these diseases.
Hos ton, r?o vc mbc r a 6,1881 ?
BROWN OinMicAt, CO.
Gentlemen:-For years I have
been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
mid could get no relief (having tried
everything which was recommend
ed) until, acting on thc advice of a
friend, who had been bcncfittcd by
UitowH'3 IKON UITTRRS, 1 tried?
bottle, with most surprising results.
Frcvious to taking BROWN'S IRON
BITTRRS, everything 1 ate distressed
me, and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
which was unbearable. Since lak
ing BROWN'S IKON HITTERS, nil my
troubles are at an end. Can cat any
time without any disagreeable rc
suits. I nm practically another
person. Mrs. W. J. FLYNN,
30 Maverick St., E. Uoston,
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing tho food, Belching,
Heat in tho Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. Tho
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken tho
teeth or give headache.
Sold by nil Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Hitters aro made by
Drown Chemical Go., Ilattlmorc, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWAHE OF IMITATIONS.
A DISORDERED UVEFt
BS THE BANE
of tho proBont generation. It la for the
Cnro of thin diaoaao and its attendants??
B?CK-H?ADAOH?, BILIOUSNESS, DYfr
PEP S ? A ,jC Q?STIPATI ON, PILES, oto ,jt_h at
?UTT'S PILLS h av o gained a world-wldo
reputation. No Bomody~li?~B ?vor boon
discovorod that nets 00 gently on tho
digostivb orlons, givinp; thom vigor to as
Bimiinto food. AB ft natural result, tho
Woryoua System iu Braced, tho "Munolea
aro Dovolopod, and tho Body Ilobust.
Oulilla jruM.cl nSPoTrox"T.
I:. RI VA I., n. Plantor at Bayou Sara, I,n,,imyu:
My plantation ls lu a malarial dlatrtot. Von
00 vo nil youri] I could not malro half a crop on
nocount of bilious dleoaaes and dillis. I was
nearly dlucouratfed wbon X Doiran tho uso of
TUTT'S PIL,l.a. The roBult woo mnrvolouiK
my lauorora noon liocamo hoarty and robust^
and I havo bad 110 farthor troublo.
' Thpyvd 1OT??thoencore; ?? K.lvor, clORiino
tito Sltoorl from iiolMitiioun humors, mid
?muiio (lit* bawela to net imluraily. ?vitFi
out ? li lol? no ono cnn feel well.
Vvy tillo i**>llie<!y (Ulrl.r, mut yoi, lllirr.ljt
ci honlthy MRCN? lon, Viso roui Dody, Pura
Kllood, Ktronor KeiTM, nudattoima luivvr.
?vir?. ???'*> i??a. ooloo,30Uarroy Mt,, Sf. ?f.
J .o-;J li Ll ll a Bal
OKAY n AIK or W'insif KIIH changed to a Orossv
Ic.icK by 11 HIDRIO application of this DVB, It
Imp ir lu a natural color, and acts Instantnucounly.
Hold t>v Druggists, or sunt by expresa on recolpt
Of Ono Dollar.
Office, O? Murray Street, Now Vork.
(Of, TStTT'U atAXVJAi. of TVdtcable-v
Mtifarmut ton tutti Voeful Jttccctptu ti
teilt bo mailed ?R?B ou ttpiiHoatlon,Jf
July 13, 1883
i Send to
? Atlniitu, lin.
lM?r Illustrated circular. A liv? net nut Busi
ness School. Etletblithetl dimity years.
Kicliuaoisri & Danville IS. SI,
PASSKNG KR DEPARTMENT.
On and ofter tho Otb of July, 1882, tho
Passenger Troin Service on tho Atlanta and
(Jinnlotto Air Linc Division will bo cs fol
Muil and Express.
No. 61. No. 68
Leave Atlunta 2 40 P M 4 00 A M,
Arrive Gnincsvillo 5 04 P M G 19 A M
Arrivo Lula 5 85 P M 0 60 A M
Ar Kabun Gnp Juno G 11 P M 7 41 A M
Arrive Tooeon G 48 P M 8 17 A M
Arrive Sonoon 8 14 P M 0 2G A M
Arrive (J roon ville 10 OG P M ll 08 A M
Arrive Sparenburg ll 40 P M 12 24 P M
Arrive Gnslonia 2 06 A M 2 60 P M
Arrivo (Jliorlotto 8 16AM 4 00 PM
Mail" and Kxpross. Moil.
No. 60. No. 62.
Lotivo ChorloNo 1 00 A M 12 60 P M
Arrivo Gnslonia 2 02 A M 1 47 P M
Arrive Spurtunburg 1 81 A M 4 OG P M
Arrivo (jrconvillo 6 69 A M 6 29 P M
Arrivo Seneca 7 48 A M 7 10 P M
Arrivo Toocon 9 18AM 8 39 P M
Af llubun Gop Juno 10 00 A M 9 17 P M
Arrivo Lula 10 37 A M 9 64 P M
ArriveGuincsvillo ll OG A M 10 24 P M
Arrivo Atlunta 1 30 P M 12 60 A M
T. M. R.TALCOTT, General Manager.
I. Y. SADE, Superintendent.
A*. POPE, Gen. Pus. &Tiokot Agent.
Throughout tho templed woys of life,
ltcstlcss, wo como end go;
Aud 'mid our oarcs arid toil and strife,
Wo little quiet know.
But when in sileneo soft and sweet,
Is ended life's short ICQBC,
Qcntlo us day tito night doti) meet,
Wo pass to pcrfeot penoo.
Eyes llint oro doped to early sight,
Can never wtiko to weep;
Nor pain, nor woe, .nor grief, nov blight,
Can move that slumber deep
Ears that to ovcry sound aro stillod;
Cun ncvcrinoro bo stirred;
With Borrow never oan bo filled,
Nor pained by cruel word.
So, hearts of dust ell griefs forsake,
They never break nor blood;
Tho living heurts that throb and ocho,
Our tendor pity need.
Oh! restfu' sleep! Oh, calm repose!
Where all life's triuls cease,
Thy silver stream forever flows
To laud of perfect peaoo.
Then let us in good deeds forget
Tho grief that fili? our eyes;
And from thoso days of sail regret
Shall fragrance sweet arise.
And sanctioned this lifo ?hall bo,
With puro and holy aims,
Until, ut lust, wo como to ROO
All human needs und claims.
And fiod in them our power to tntiko
Tho lives of others blest,
So they with us to hope .shall wake
To sense ot joy and rest,
And whether painless sleep is death,
Or quickened life's increase,
Its gent?o touch is but tho breath
That giveth perfect peace.
Soon after the children of Israel pass?e
over thc Ked Sea they began to murmur
bud to long for tho flesh pots of Egypt
and tl.cy would gladly havo returned tc
bondage if they had been permitted to di
so. They might have known that ho wilt
delivered them (rom captivity by stupend
ous miracle would bc sure to pr?vido foi
them, but human fuit li was weak thirty,
four hundred years ugo, us it is now. Thc
providence of Cod, perhaps without mir
ado, brought thc quails ond they sol tieri
mound thc camp in such vast numbers as tc
supply tho multitude of people. So fur tn
wo can leam from tho record, this suppl)
of food lasted only for ono day. (lOiodui
1G: IS.) About u month niter this, us wt
learn from Numbera ll 4-35, there arose
another murmuring from tho fame cause
they lopped for more quails uud Cod sen
thom. This time they como in counties!
millions, oud as tho sequel showed, cad
quail brought with it, a rebuke from tin
Lord, lt is common to this day for enor
mous flights of quails to moko their wai
across Arabia, Thoso which fed tin
Israelites wove somewhat out of their usua
course, but tho "wind from tho Lord'
which brought this about, though certainly
providential, that is foreseen and arrang?e
for, may not have been miraculous; nor un
wo to BUpposo Unit extraordinary manifesta
(ions of divine power arc ever uitidc unies
they uro specially oallod for, or that wha
wo call tho supernatural will ever need
lessly take tho placo of tho natural. Eu
whether by mirado or not it was Cod win
sent thc quails. Ho was displeased will
tho pcopio, not, wo oro euro, bocausi
they desiicd meat, but because lliey dis
trusted his providence, ond while lie sup
plied their wanta, he at tho samo timo pun
i.ihed them for their distrust in ii wa;
which was wonderful then and is wooden
ful now. At that time it was not kuowi
that tho flesh of quails, so delicious to lin
lm,te ot first, soon becomes repulsivo to.titi
appetite and iudeccl disgusting. Tho Lot?
who made thc quail, mid gave its flesh thu
character, indiscoverable by tho chemist
which unfits it for long continued uso a
food, said beforo tho quail was sent, "Y
shall not cat ono day, nor two days, no
live days, neither ten days, nor twent
days, but even a whole month, until it com
out at your nostrils, and it bo loathsom
I uuto you, becauso that ye havo dcbpisoi
tho Loni which is among you and hav
' wept before him soy i ot?, 'Why carno wo ou
of Egypt??" Num. 1G: 19.
To this doy tho flesh of tho quail rctuin
tiic same peculiarity, and (hough considere
a great delicacy, eau bo outcn only n
intervals. It is even now a common thin
among sporting men to moko bets (hot
man cannot cat a quail a day for thirt
consecutivo days. Tho silly exploit w
believe lias been performed, though most c
thc so who have attempted it havo fuilce'
but (ho testimony of all who hnvo tried i
is thnt in a fow days this dolioato ond ap
parcntly wholesome fond becomes loathsom
beyond enduranoe. Thc foolish tncti wh
moko fho experiment aro little aware tba
in their folly they becomo tho indorscrs c
tho Mosaic record. Tho American quail
ur purtridgo ng it culled, is porhaps note
tho MUID species as that of thc Oricnti
countries, but it is doubtless of tho som
genus; certainly it has tho same mystcriou
kind of flesh, nppotizing at first, and for u
reason (hat WO COU ascertain, nausea t ? n
afterwards. Ik-foro tho quail soason wu
I over, and "while tho flesh was yet betwee
their teeth, Ibo wrath of tho Lord wu
kindled against them and ho smote thot
with a very great plague" Num. Il: 8i
'This,- (oo, may havo been providcntii
visitation without miracle. Oonorally I hi
whioh is unpleasant to (ho taste is injuri? tl
to health, tho palate being plaocd to stan
ij?ard over tho stoutnoh, uud tho flesh t
quail? cuten in ?uoli quantities muy huve
iuduced disease. At any rito many of tile
All these phenomena wcro sont by tho
providence of God to teach his pooplo ocr-'
tain lcs8ou8, and if the faots wero for thom
thc rooord ls for us. Whatever they should
have loomed, we should (cuni.
Undoubtedly, thc first und wost important
lesson to learn, is that wc should ir?st
trust in Providence For tho salvation of
our souls wo must trust-trust in Christ;
for our well being in this lifo we should
trust, not directly in Christ but in Provi
dence. True, thc blessings of providence
aro tho purchase of tho atonement, no less
than tho blessings of grace; but thc for
mer wc enjoy in common with all mankind
while tho latter are only for thc saints.
Thut there is a distinction between them
appears in this: that many who uro com
placent in tho view of eternal lifo through
Jesus Christ, nevertheless havo misgivings
os to tho care of their II?*iiven!y Puther
over them in this present lifo. Their trust
passes over thc present und reaches to tho
future; but trust should begin now and
include within its embroco, tho things of
this world us well as those of tho world to
come. Tho Lord will provide. Bo not
distressed ubout tho morrow. Loam les
sons of diligonoo from God's book of
prover! s and soy Jehovah Jireh!
Another lesson lo bc learned is that of
contentment. Tho Israelites had bread,
tho Psalmist oulls it .'angers food." (Ps.
TS:25.) lt ia described us having been
very pleasant to tho tasto; and up it was
prepared by A'mighty God for u special
purpose wo may bc euro that it contained
in itself all thc clements necessary to sup?
port lifo nnd health. But thc people wore
not sathlied, and to show them their folly
tho Lord let them have their own way. If
wo can inprove our condition hy the use of
proper means it is right lo do so, hut inor
dinate desire is wrong. Let ns "bc content
with such things as wo have.*' Heb. 10:5.
If God were to gratify all our greed we
might miserably die. lt is well not to ask
too often, nor too persistently, for quails.
lt is liule moro than repetition to say
that God hears murmurings as well ns
prove?a, and that ho sometimes answers tho
one as certainly us thc other. When re
pining at our lot in life, und disposed to
lind fault with Providence, let us remember
that though our feelings bo unexpressed
and kept to ourselves, God sec." tho dis
satisfied heart throb and may send its
penalty iii thc gratification of its desire.
Gu tho other hand cheerful acquiescence
ronola on the soul, thus hy natural law in
vigorating for its burden and is moreover
pleasing to God and will bc suro to ho re
warded with his blessing. Of tho Is
raelites on tl)is occasion, it is said that C id
"gave then) their request, but sent leanness
into their soul.'1 Ps. 10(3: 15. it is right
to pray that our desires bo not gratified
unless they bo suoll as God approves.
ls there anything to bc learned from thc
struugo and unaccountable peculiarity in
thc flesh of quails}' Why should it nt onco bo
KO desirable nnd so undesirable? Wc know
that it is suitable for food by our own ex
perience, and also by tho fact that God gave
it to his people; we know in tho same way
(bat it cannot bc long continued. It may
bo that Cod has given it to us ns u luxury,
affording occasional variety in our food,
tempting to tllOSO who from physical causes
arc fastidious nnd containing perhaps some
principio not found in ordinary diet and
which may bc, ns it were medicinal, as well
as appetizing und nutritious, lt is no re
ply to this to say that thc sumo quality may
bo found in tho flesh of other wild fowl;
for if this bo so, it shows only thut a
greater variety of dainties has been pio
vided for varying (estes. Is this too small
u thing for divino consideration? Why
then has God given us suoh u variety of
vegetables nnd fruits, CHCII in ?ls SOason?
And why such a variety of flowers to grati
fy tho eye? It is j ont ns impossible for
anything to bo too small for God's ulton
tiou as it is that anything should bc too
It is well to associate outward objects
with the providences of God connected with
them, und with tho lessons which God hus
taught by them, livery quail is n preacher
a winged messenger from heaven, that may
well remind us of the experiences of tho
wilderness und of our own distrust of God,
and of our murmurings, nnd that from
Moses until this day, nil things arc un
changed.- Christian Index.
Look over tho Greenback ticket, and
then if you do not smilo you will evidenoo
great control over your risibles.
Mr. W. W. Bussell has boon nindo
Chairman of thc Greenback Stato Executive
Committee. Ho will run a campaign that
will bc amusing if it is a great failure
Tho Grcenbackers failed to nominato a
Congressional condiduto in the black Dis
trict. Their contract ia that they aro to
holp tho llepublioans, not oppose them. It
is only tho Domocratio party thoy want to
The only appropriate nomination made
by tho Grcenbackers is that of Mr, It, I).
White, of Charleston, who is a dealer in
tombstones. Tho new parly will havo eight,
political funerals fur ils State nominees
after tho oloction in Novombor, and it will
bo well enough to havo ono man in thc
crowd aoeustomcd to erecting monuments.
Ile that waits for an opportunity to do
much nt onoo may breatho out his lifo
in i'll" wishes, and regret, in tho last, his
USvlyM lu ta i? titi nu Hitd burieu /.oui,
A Bashful Man,
Senator Sebastian, ol' Arkansoa, was n
nativo of lliokman county, Tenn. On ouo
ocoaiion a member of Congress wis lament
ing Iiis bashfulness aod awkwardness.
"Why," said tho Scnutor fiom ltaokcnsaok,
"You don't know whut bashfulueas is.
Let mo toll you a story, and when I get
through L will 8luud you (ho bob if you
don't agree that you never knew anything
about btinh ful ness and its baneful cll'octs.
1 was tho most bashful boy Wost of tho
Allophonic*. I would not look nt n girl
much less speak to u maiden; but for all L
fell desperately in love with a sweet, beau
tiful neighbor girl, lt was a desirable
match on both sided, und thc old folks saw
the drift, and fixed it up. I thought I
should die just thinking of it. 1 was a
guwky, awkward country lout about nine
teen years old. Sho was an intelligent, re
fined und fairly well educated girl in tho
country, and at a tinto wheu tho girls had
superior advantages, und therefore supe
rior in culturo to the boys. 1 fixed tho day
us fur as I could huvo put it oil". 1 lay
awake in a cold perspiration ns tho time
drew near, ?nd shivered with agony ns 1
thought of tho terrible oideal.
Thc dreadful day carno, 1 went through
with tho programme somehow in a dusted,
confused, mechanical sort of a way, like nu
automaton booby through a supper wlicro 1
oould cat nothing, nnd through auch games
as ''possum pie,' 'Sister IMitobe,' and oil
that sqrt of thing. Tho guests one by one
departed, und my hair begun to stund on an
end. JJeyond tho uwful curtain of isis lay
tho terrible unknown. My blood grew cold
und boiled by turns. I was in n fever and
then in nu ague, palo nnd (lush by turns.
I felt like Hoeing to thc woods, spending
thc night in tho burn, leaving for tho Wost
never to return. I was deeply devoted to
SJIHO. I loved her harder than a mule
cu II Hielt; but that dreadful ordeal - I could
not, 1 dared not stand it. Fiuully tho lust
guest was gone, thc brido retired, tho
fntllily gone to bcd, und I was left alono
horror of horrors, alone with thc old man.
"John," enid ho, you eau take that cundle;
you wi'l lind your room just over this.
Hood night, John, nod muy tho Lord have
mercy un your soul," and with n mischiev
ous twinkle of his fine gray eye, tho old
mun left thc room. 1 mentally said,
"Amen" to his "Heaven help you," and,
when L heard him close n distant door, stag
gcred-fo niy feet and seized tho farthing
dip willi n nervous grasp. I stood for sonio
minutes contemplating my terrible fate,
und thc inevitable and speedy doom about
to overwhelm nc. I. knew that it oould not
bc avoided, and yet I hesitated to meet my
fate like a mun. 1 stood so long that three
love letters had grown on thc wick of thc
tallow dip, and a winding sheet wis deco
rating tho side of tho brass candlestick.
A happy thought struck mc, I hastily
climbed thc stair, marked tho position of
tho I imiing mid thc door of tho bridal
chamber, I would havo died beforo I
would have disrobed in that holy chamber
whore awaited mc a trembling nnd bcautL
lui girl, n blushing maiden, "clothed upon"
with her own beauty and modesty, and ber
snowy robe do nuit. I would multo thc
usual preparations without, blow out thc
light, open tho door und friendly night
would shield my shrinking modesty untl
bashfulness and grateful darkness nt least
mitigate thc horror of tho situation. It
was st'on done. Preparations for retiring
were few anil ?imple in their characters in
Hickman, altogether consisting in disrob
ing, and owing to tho scarcity of clothing
in those doy? mun wus somewhere near the
Adatiiio state "when bc WIS picparcd lo woo
sweet sleep. Thc dreadful hour had come,
1 waa ready. I blow out thc light, grasped
thc door knob with a deadly grip and a
nervous clutch; one moment and it would
ho over. Ono moment and it wasn't over
hy a blamed sight. I loaped within, and
tlictc around u glowing hickory lire, with
candles brightly burning on thc mantel and
bureau, was tho blushing bride surrounded
by tho six lovely bridesmaids.
Minos in Oconeo?
Dr. James Pioda left herc on Snlurdiy
for Walhalla, to begin operations in thc
mines on Mrs. Townes' place to which icf
erenoc was made in this journal on Sunday.
Thc company with which thc Doctor is OOH
noded proposes to establish machinery al
once to thc valu? of ?15,000 and begin
mining. Thc ore consists of gold, f-ilver,
mioa mid corundrum, the latter being pres"
cut in moro paying quantities than nny
of tho others. Tho coruudrum is shipped
North after being ground into a powder
where it is moulded into stones which
take tho piuco to n lurgo extent of tho
emory wheel, to which it is pronounced to
bc greatly superior in grinding tools and
for other work of that description. Corun
drum is next to tho diamond iu hardness
untl ?ells ut two hundred dollars a ton. Dr.
Lucas of Massachusetts, is tho discoverer
of thcao deposits und is now currying on
extensivo mining operations, getting out a
quantity of corundrum nt Muoon, N. C.,
and Kabuli, Qa. Dr Lucas keeps about
twenty wagons ...inning from tho lutter
point to Walhalla whero it is delivered.
Knbim is about twenty miles from thc
point wlicro Dr. Pioda proposes to begin
work, Ho is u notivo of Switzerland and
is a brother to tho Swiss minister to Italy.
Tho Doctor is quito enthusiastic at tho
prospects in Oconco for scouring a rich
yield of oro. Mr. W. A. Hudson l?os o
number of specimens from that vicinity.
He has been visiting tho looaliiics mon?
tioncd and thinks that the new enterprise
will bo vory profitable-Greenville News.
Worship as if tho Deity were presont.
Tho War in Egypt
LONDON, September 13 -Thc khedivo
received a tc'.ogrum from Sultan Pasha <
I saying that tho British attack on Tel-el- i
! Kebir COUIUICUCCB at 4:30 o'clock this i
A correspondent of tho exohsngo tole- i
! graph company ut Alexandria announces
that Tel cl Kebir was carried this morning, i
I Forty guns and a Iorgo number of prison?
! ors wcro captured. The cavalry aro in 1
j pursuit. Arabi's foroe appears to bo quito
! broken up. A dispatch to tho exchange
telegraph company from tho front reports
tho demoralization of Arabi's army to bo
complete. His infantry aro living towards
tho desert Tho exchange telegraph Com
pany liss received tho following: Kassassin,
September 13th-At tho capturo of Tol-cl
Kebir thc Egyptian loss was estimated ut
2,000 men. Our loss was probably 200, I
including many ollicers. Tho Highland
brigudo boro tho brunt of tho notion, i
Router's telegraph company has thc fol- i
lowing: Kassassin, September 13th, ?3:30 j
A M.-Thc attack on Tel ?el Kebir began i
nt 4:45 o'clock this morning. Tho main i
attack was directed against tho enemy's ex
treme left Hank, four miles north of tho
railway. A heavy artillery nnd infantry
h'ro is now proceeding. Tho Britsh troops i
oro advancing rapidly, and oro evidently i
turning thc enemy's 111 ok. Tho armored i
train with a forty pounder Krupp gun, ?
which were captured at Kassnasin, and tho j
ga til ogs have just come into action. Tbc i
fire of tho enemy, opposite tho extremo i
right of tho British, is nearly silenced. A
A dispatch to the Central Nows says tho i
Egyptians opened uro when tho British ?
wore within a milo of Tel-el-Kebir. Thc
placo oppcrs to have been finally captured <
after n rush. Thc Indian cavalry oro hotly i
pressing the fugitives of thc South, and j
thc British cavalry on thc North of the t
canal. Another dispatch from thc same
correspondent, dated Kassas.-in, 10:38 A.
M. says: "Tho enemy's killed ulono ]
amount to 2,000. Tho retreat of thc enc- t
my on thc North is cut off. Tho cavr.lry t
arc still pursuing." Tho Ttmes tn a sccoud |
edition has tho following: "Ismailia, Sep" $?
tomber 13 -Tel cl Kebir "was carried with
a rush. Tho first shot was lircd ot ?
o'clock. Tho position was taken in seventy t
minutes, wc having surprised thc cuetny by i
a night march. Tho enemy arc in full j
GENERAL WOLSBLEY'S REPORT, g
Tho war ollioo lins received tho follow- 1
ing dispatch Irotn Ocneral Wolscly, Riving 1
his report of thc battle of Tol-clKcbir: (
"Wo struck camp ut Knssussio lock last
evening, and bivouac-kid bri the high ridge
abovu ibo comp until 1:10 this morning. J,
We then advanced upon tho very exton- g
sivo nnd very strongly fortified position t
held by Arnbi Pasha with 20,000 regulars J,
of whom 2,f>00 were cavalry, with 70 guns p
nnd 0,000 Bedouins nnd irregulars. My t
foroe waa about 11,000 bayonets, 2,000 t
sabres and-000 guns. To have attacked so
strong a position by daylight with tho
troops I could place in tho field would have .
entailed very great loss. I resolved, .
therefore, to attack beforo daybreak. v
Marching tho six miles tbat intervened be
tween my camp nnd thc ono tn ?cs position hi j
thc darkness, thc navolry and two batteries t
of horse artillery' on thc right, had orders
to '.sweep round tho enemies lino at day- .
break. Thc first division of tho second
brigade, under General Graham, supported j
by tho foot guards, under thc Duke of (
Connaught, soven batteries of artillery, t
numbering 42 puns, with a supporting
brigade, tho sccoud division of thc High
land brigade leading, tho Indian contingent
cod the naval brigade on tho railway ad- 0
vmice. ?rent emulation was evinced by
the rcgimonts to bo tho first in tho enemy'* t
works. All went nt thom straight, tho
Royal Irish porlioulnrly distinguishing
itself by its dash and tho manner in which '
it closed with tho enemy. All tho enemy's
works nnd camps oro now in our possession c
I do not yet know exactly tho number of
guns captured, but it is considerable.
Several trains with ?inmenso qualities of 1
supplies, wcro captured. Tho enemy ran 1
away in thousands, throwing away their
anns, when overtaken by our cavalry, Their j.
loss ia very great.
A Now York lotter says: "Tho advanoo f
on cotton rates that has just been on? t
nounccd by tho Southern railway np-,onts
herc is provoking some sharp commentaries
from tho trade nt tho Cotton Exohnngo 9
and clso where in thc belief that tho new 1
sohcdulo discriminates severely against
this port. A leading cotton receiver says ?
'tho increase is fully 20 per cent, over |
thc rates of last season. In many instan
ces tho staple will find other outlets than
Now York to thc benefit of other markets. 1
With tho vast business now transacted ut '
Now Orleans und other Southern ports,
those will bo oblo to competo with us in s
tho fall trade; cotton will find its way to v
Now Oilcans and Charleston and Ihcnoo to
Europo. Tho low rates on tho Mississippi .
water route will provo a formidable draw
bock to tho railroads, and as far as tho
Southwest in concerned, New Orleans will
roap tho most benefit. Tho Memphis t
rates show how tho thing is going to work. r
Wo can ship from there by boat ot a dollur 1
por bolo, while raton ns now fixed, oro four
dollars per halo to Now York, a di floro noe v
of throe dollars. At tho samo timo ocoan \?
freight from New Orleans to Liverpool is n
but one dollar to one dollar and fifty cents
moro than that to Now York. Under
tho30 ohoutnstanoos it will bo to tho inter- 0
est of shippors to do business! by way of ?
Now Orleans, and to that cxtont there is n
flagrant discrimination against tho com- t
meroo of this port.' What thoy purposo c
to do about it, however, docs not uppoar." c
WASHINGTON, September 7.-Dr. Dardb
an Monday reccivod tho report of tho ml
arosoopioul oxpcrtV, Drs. Arnold, Slmk?poro
and MoOonool, ooatuiuiog' tho result of
their investigation into tho condition ot
Uuiteau's brain. After coroful conaidora
lion tho report WOB indorsed by Dr. Lamo'
nnd forwarded to Philadelphia,. where it
will bc published iu a medical journal.
Thu report is couched in language oven
more technion! than tho report of tho sdr
gioal autopsy, ond will necessarily bo almost
unintelligible to tho avcrugo reader. Dr.
Lamb declined to express any opiniod
which ho may hold os a result of tho ezam**
illation, Raying that from Iiis position and
connection with thc case it might bo givoa
greater promiucoco than it deserved. Ho
would say, however, that tho position taken
by Dr. Qoddiri that Ouitcnu WJS insane/
would bo materially suppoitod by ibis last
report. Thc investigation had been made
auder peculiarly favorable circumstances;
md thc result would form a complete rc joni
>!' ?inmenso value to brain students. The
investigation, indeed, said Dr. Limb, had
been so complete and thorough that special
lists would have great difficulty in finding
eases which, might properly servo as a basis'
of comparison, lo conclusion, ho said ho
did not believo tho report would chango
opinions ns to (luitenu's sanity to any
^rcat extent, but tho medical fraternity
genera I ly must draw their own conclusions
iud this was the court of last resort. Tho
report will he published in thc Philadelphia!
Medical News co Saturday. In reference
to (ho report tho Medical News will say
editorially: Thoro is iu tho microscopio
revelations no reason for changing tho'
opinion which wo originally expressed,
iliut Guitcau-nu abnormal character-I
ustly suffered tho penalty of tho law foi
die high crime ho hud committed.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 14.-?
?JOS Angeles dispatch says: Tho report of
ho assignees of Siebor'/s Santa Ana Dank
how that it was a rotten concern. Sichert
ms fraudulently converted at least ?75;00tf
ince lo&t November.
Roc il ESTER, Ni Y , September 14 -InW
'urination hus been received by H. Hi
kV amer of Warner's Observatory, that
.'rof. 13. E. Burnard, of Nashville, discova
ired a comet this morning looutcd noar tUd
tar Lambda in tho coustclalion Gemini,
't is reported os being bright in appearance/
mt thc direction of its motion has not boen
QUESTER, Scptcmbor 14.-Judge Mao*
ccv states this cvciing that ho has recoil
idorcd his avowed purpose to retire from
ho canvass ond will remain ia tho field as*
independent Greenback candidato for Con-?'
:i'ess until thc last ballot is counted. Ho
(celares perfect neutrality as to the State'
Much cnn plaint comes from various'
icetions of the South about tho great irrog
tlarity of the moils of lato. Tho Iliohmood
State is quite cmphatio in dcnouuoio?j thd
luisancc, und says: "Carelessness in oarry'
ng thc mails in this section is growing un
bearable Thc sorrioc is filled, with a few
ixooptions, by ignorant, incompetent and
tuscrupulous oflioials. Tho interests of thd
ntblic aro entrusted toa mongrel bordo of
logro politicians and lazy whites, flow*
uuoh longer arc thc people willing to suf*
er from ibis iufuuious negligence?"
To soo what is right anJ do it is went
Sabbath days aro quiet isl*ads on th?
0S8iug Boa of lifo.
Prosperity's right hand is industry ?nd
101" left is frugality,
An evil speaker differs from an ovli doer
inly iu thc want of opportunity.
Wc should persevere in tho woy ot
luty, though it cost all that is dear to
Old tiuths arc always made fresh to wi
>y coming in on tho experimental side
Ile who refuses justioo to tho do
ct?selofs will muko every concession to thd
If wc attend well to our own nfFaini wd
hull not huvo ti.ne to superintend oui
Tho Bible is tho only cement of Nations'
md tho only cement that binds religious
Many aro complaining of thoir weak*
less who ought lo bo complaining of their'
Tho death hour U n high point of ob
crvution, from which one obtains a olear
riow of both worlds,
Some men have a Sundiy) soul whioh
bey screw on in due time, and tako off
gain every Monday morning.
Oil! thrico fools oro wo, who liko neW
iori) princes weeping iu tho eradlo know
lot that there is n kingdom beford
Kind looks, kind words, kind aots, and!
v. rm hand shakes-these oro tho SCoortdarf
m aus of graoo when men oro in trouble-,
nd uro fighting thoir unseen battles.
A loving confidence in tho God WO havo
flooded is tho koy to his heart, the key
yhich unlocks the treasury of his grace1.
I, iva ter said, that it will do us no harm
o ponder upon, that "lio who purposely
ihcnts his friend woul'l ohfcJt God If We