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(U1O BUSY MEN
A ESSON DRAWN FROM DANIEL - I
THE LION'S DEN.
Dr. Talmnge Shown Thlat tie More Work
Yo1 Ilavo to Do te More Ncet You
mai for chtristhmnit.3--cod manil titt,
WAm.o, Tl-:x., Aug. 31.- -Dr.T.tlmagew
to-day delivered the 11ollowing, !isrourseC
oi tile text: '"Tnhen the knii coni:l
vd, and they broutivt Danii :II(] <a.s
him11 into the den-1 of* lions." Dllicl vi.
1harius was kilng of IabvIlm. 1111 lie
youu ain Paniel was so uiich a flivor
ite with him that Ie made him primc
minister, or secretary of state. Ilit. 1o
111111 COUld : suICh a high position
without exciting the eniivy and jealousy
of the people. There were denlagogles
in) JnIayloln who were so appreeiative ot
their own a iilities that theicy were all'ron
teda t tit (Alvatifri oI this young man:1l.
Ohl JIahylonl was afraid of' young l1 Iabv
lon. 'Thlle taller the cedar ,the Illoren it
it is t) ic, rive by tht lig,ht ingII .
'1'h(-e 'eaIg"saked the- kin-/ 11
Ilake a decrev thal, amyholy Ihat Imu"I I
)(tlionl to any onle except Oith kin wih
in thirty days shoul e 1111 til detih.
Kig D)arius, nt suspet''ie.an :mv nti
play makes Ota er. The livm)N, - I
u11 iS l have, at-cm ili.Iled' all Ilivv w:111t,
hecaluse thley kil>w 11ha1 no nenliy
Daliel i-r li' -i l p1 iti..11 I . e -
((1 1,or thir-ty dav:'.
S o t fill' 1r411 bl ill." ;1r: Iiid. 1 y " .
01n Wil his l>lin ius t l-e im s;
4 y. ani d is h t i >l l liis b, ustop makin"
ra u rlie Ilt is call.ti inr11 the act, lic
vol )dtl-ill It-d b)s h.e devolli-ed by III(
lions. 11onl h 1, x0vui(nmer of ,thw h:1w
sle%e hil and a-: l himn to tit c:h\14 c Ie . 11
'V tt - her othc Nvl o ) the ihd bca.,t, .14l I
sev tlivill llawill., tho du1S, and as tl(.
11t11 t heirl u t thegrti t e 1ic g mudthe s il
ath uakes with thecir. hvilowin),_'. I s .e
whir 4!Ycs li oll, a mil I 11ahn st ivh a 111 'w
l,r' vy hullis smail ill tlv d r i.
Tsmnse approa,kch D:il. Imv
hav1 an apIl t ke(n \\ ith I IknI '-_.
W ith o eiv sitr oke ofl, lh ir law or ' ,ili
-natc ot their teth I he N a. evei
fleadit, ottm tiw en1.rn. IM
l at'a stralIl" wcollic 1 ;ta il rI-c (ivc,
I'r-oill .w'se 1b 11_Y I .
a'r11u111d him. Iheyk lick his hai nt'l Ii,~
1111, ..l I (eet III 111tir 110'. I ll . T 1.1,
Iiliit, h is IIfII cep wHII14 his 144 d1.t,It
'iil ie. l: I h s :lt le W)
ow dfill (l ai u k
the'1ltsc)! ;141(1 ik.c.(1, 11: 1
h rn. Ie 1v i-s il lia4il,:I w (it, i l
el l. l )mni ht11 A l IIIn, thrsk i " walk 144
the alol Dalli t In ' l eet. .\ahlti let
pol!c (,Ihe s6art :1,isl e hve sw t
horor i'i I i. siiain h a nn
d i.\lit Ilis lil i0s h 1ct lsee that
IIlI'vt - w: t Ihe h plv t ll . i-l th-or
h-o tu, his ityll"th , t, lIai m. t
the ' s o li s; hIlmi. \;114 ,1! i 1w
(i(let .h ill 1 heat T' S. 4 MIllkli1' Y l 1s 0I t
luth th l I liuIls I-t%V tIhr k t ti 1 . l'4 t
i h t ho s Ir stl..clo t Im l l a e
to15 tde lie th1 -:" ' Thee one til' :' 1 14i'.
XXays: "O,i's king1 hve'4 foeeri lv(
Io'sn li(W)1Oiis anelt su the41 'lion'
mou'th,s it the I ml e er'41 t.0 ife4t t.
1 Then) ail Dat'(m is brugt,ii 11ut tin'4I 4)1
111, :l1l(d v'o g s.e b. y (' heli y s:)Is:''Ik :ty
btt m li f the1~ den14 than thei la-.sh w441
ret, t t heir ) h n es ( rneked.1 :111 1 $11(wi
loodlA'1 spuledtrogh thle1'(1rit5. '4th
rock,tiI tals th(. ei'ns tnake tm rock1j:t
*rinble with theOoa, 1)tin.W 111 ma( nmm-1e 44
tOllg agIesthte (4' or w i tl r: willu 4detf'm
j)ltiis eorpl, the way O f itjw 1 u -ith sha!,
ri.strn ytrt ro t11 e'h subb.is th;l 1?
~fgreatest e'ie that ~yo11 ('1n enmlOIIit
isthe cryes of'm scce.er. '=
-hl o the lank of' th t iUlt of pr uni
81011 ofe. uTery soh'llnot >ri hiin)111
bany t1 ent ale rliie ti 'i i s 4Iil(,iit
i'Ie fo th wrl to ome As youem
lny t.d f orty, rs ot h>ne 1:10 'otu aret
Prhapun they wiunles betee huulllln
tae llgo.astre. Peronhaps they iili
nterehawple they will oNot, 1'eit
inan, he asry gor hirn:. heoghiit t1
wlliut. aferI pul they il- Iturns m
ehapor Tluey will anpotitble iaresiknenI
4 . etner lh'rsunelhegomout o>d Nemunon
A bernorm sarting pfrrmentasu, adtu
\o have smould chne fore ilaehi
(than theyd thae, t on hurlesto bue
-Live VOpP.P . ... 1.1,0m 1 o ,.... U
life overlastingly tacking ship and Inak.
Ing no headway. Or they are liko a man
who starts to ['uild a house in the Corin.
thlanl style anSkid chiaiges it to Doric, aid
thenl completes it in the Ionic, and is
carsed by all styles of' arclitecturc.
Young man, start right and keep on.
Iinve deceision of' charliacter. Character
i like thec goldlinch of Tollini; it is
nagnifileent while stalldi firm, but
Joses allI its beaty inl Ihghdt. I low mu1tch
decision ot chalacter inl order that, thse
Youn1g mU'lell may1 he Christia..s ! Thei
(old 1ss iats mahe sarvastic tlinl-s :it
th(im. TheY to on i'xCursioll, and hIII(; *e
41II Ilot. intvite themil. They pr-oplna iit:i,N 1,1
Ie wvill "ive mut. lhey wiler if' he is
loot. gettin wings. A s he Iasves. the%
nrimace, and wVIn11, and chluckl(i. : a,
"here goes a s:inlt.11
O) yotmi1i mant ! havi'e deci.'sioni itf char.
acter. You vani altord inl tis miat ter ol
rel-vionl to h- law"i id :1l. W hat d(o You
enr o( r Ithe ( c. 1f ( the.w milvl, wiIo11r!
at"Irne he!Is you w 4l)t --o to ruill
wvitI thit'li ? i 'll the' craav' r sp
p 111 fil th ih . :II( i essen
1,1r ,1 1u1h4-l 11 into it, and vtornit N
11"1-4 d"wnhard 1po thevir. ,plrit, an 1
1 onseiriwe im , .11:11 lh pelesis ruin ilft'
tI h-11n i p to hurtl- theml doNII, will Ithei.
I hv:rn als r m m-1 ly sub at t l Ime
I 1:y a l: vrlhi-,nf initi, il'hewl wvmrbd
1-)in14.. Da I m l aNvtuh w hr tI
d4 m 'o- py six mn. All tle allairs (
si: v w eI,i it) his lial s-- ( lwst ils PP
(hum I P <liIstio 4ts fwar, W* p :.-v, -11
ildw'riatimmul cIlieslins wene fo his 1
1l('emeni't or. a:djuslimeit. l eti Imc
1,;Il a1 c(orrl-en-SI idtm t va--. hlw s a11 1
comIlput:kt imn. Therc is n1ot a1 mall inl ail
thc oiar- !I(Who) h:ld ni-t o ild th:m1p I )l>
il.-., tho u eP ret: I-; ,f stall :mi vcI w\4
fild hlitil phr-ee 1:1i mi t a d:tN hP1 1Mw1.w In -
fI r Ic 4()d InI pra*N.I.r. T heil c : 111 11 ;P
III. Phil wiiit havr of) t a hri' edit p:p
1'' 1nil' '/pi cienl %.I wh; :
I teY :1it-P too sf) P , hw pp*.. ' x
i r h a n:1 idua 44inehlow th:If re n I 1
il It w ir w'rblp I v . . o : : h:I
I trzp~ iIp ' ea i(inta'P p n. oI ''ii
\V:I 1i l Iti - s ;t i. I I II-.p -1 Iip.'. ' i
br ief. or disarr n - 4he 1l't.r lf iI'- ,
Tlwy Ithill' . " . . o ra
oi p-p b lsple P Iwm inp i he I P ';l. . i-.
t w ip n ph:' il 1,.\ w n I -
I' ..; t . : .;: th g'. t c o n
for 11" !1 ;1ppp' P w hI 'p 1!14''p
,-If -1'pIt,plI:i-,l t pp l -t:'p I
i i t m -. -i-i i 'pl i hi I . re.. IIn:
hIn.'p: i" I tu t hI aP vs
P" t ap I '' hI II I ti i ' l :i f I
r I ir I. hl r w I I - ' IIv 1( I I'I I
(p i ti' I (P rIe - lii i'e I
(i : "i la\N ! whIr d-v I v Ii. that:"
T tink thaI I : I in i -Pr ti- t IrI -
I'.P . T l-s w1 nh. i ke tv P q I I pv I-i .
\lic'i'n to hl 'i tpwm when' pptherp lr ip.
P I tl i' .~ Ip I .' - l P I 'w I I Ii v\ , I rt- 1
:k I wh ile Phe hlladlw (i bi c(nM.
014'l ti - Hwy wo bild lil( to) hlav(, !..
I i t s a1 -sorl (fi ..h wilh w i
too lp li t l l. d (dr o lfh avcu; !,Ii I Ieli..'i I t
under~II( "t e ir t s ai l -v 1:0!f If
1 a linij-p -tinle i-v. w Ii i j 1 l , ds.
relijimn I.q-.lerf r.b1 a1.1 man ta 1.
(W wer t loin"'p (.qualll. jm al
hu11*lbIl I hII-Ilt'lr wall, aibit-m k r . '
'I1;t1 a it ti'l p chair. t1phmer1t.l willmak
a1 better-' pip", a1 Lawyerl will ilake a (pp
itir p li ,a prl m ' wI slll I a lk-14,1 "
hill 411 o ds
I 'iy h ihi bl i n quai . (:it
cmtiPpe 'pi n lvliilngii s a ItnI a n,W
harp , itd n p t i 1 to giv.. him :
Iti llun'ppp P(p paa '( e i li ti,, ' ' p1 p l-;
Ilp'hii'spilt iwir t t liia tii at tlsm-r
m p -ible p:i ; ut 'lp'. 11-,n . h P i
bnp tli s rip' t . 'i m re ':'t i ord1 .p01(
npiitL lii b ert- il' )iit; iAi ii' th . (,lic.p
1'iili 'ij liipl e by spe 'iI-'ip;ii' pp'ii't
gi you'iIlip,I t have a(Ii11 thou e I rol5 in (lie
n 'p'.'ytu he a tot'''nd mate. opp,'
lumIP lip'u th uein (;I llie-m n'ilo -
nl onte iron~ I ieie :ire.huI111 Who'i howi
al' i( -bi-ii yo.\ o ulgt no''.e a millontr
(' pr as1 holyPt yohe hilst mXVen iti ,s
Uiptun-i la-t Liac the suone,.fher beh1 al
e tt l h os duis the ot l'r ()l iil1
feldatin lwin' stoydi 'll,ti(n l purle
hIsyl hua1U ot Ith- (lilhiiall t ahin
af .ilta'(tI weCPhti'don hnu upon ist
ai man ouar religion into h~ oiip I it
t )huiel a al thea lla le Wirs o stat. i
hiaunE tang ('risigan. liet( u natol
t1ki. itn ioa .'thoy P olitis 1. Ii:m: :a
.miall Were thutlIgouf ou,ils :0V1 ll ll
m of' li f i igr:Oil-ol ad hno makel'a
habot in o o imie. oedr 1
Rliglon wvoud d4ta out all base per
sOnalitics from polIlt s. You have a
right to oiscukS mn011'h Politics antid le
nounce their political scl)tllilonts, or re
ceive them, a1s you will; Alt you hnve no
right to Ussail their private character, as
iN lote every autumn. That is not car
rying religion into politics. Now you
can aMVlwaNs tell without asking. in niy
cOnlteSt, whtt catdidlate 1 Will vote for. I
It is alw"'ays for the man who is most t
had-lerel, t11 most abused, al Ilost t
SPit upon. and moist Lowle<l at. You
have a ightto ontest, a man's political
sent( illetS; yOt htve I i4,ht lbr base
1141htival purpoIlwes to assa i!l hlis private
IlV uiet alsot impresses Ille with
tle ilat that. liong c.miot ltirtr a good
Ni. \o man,111 ever got into worse col
p:ny thtan h h Duiel got inlto when le was
thrown ilA th,e denl. What a rare mor- I
sel that hir young mal wouldhave been
For the huln.-ry uilonlters ! It wtey had
P1untged at hitI' lie could not, have clitmb
ed imto a nche beyond th reach of their
paw or thIe stiatch oW their tooth . TItey
eaie pleasel Il arouid aboit lim. is a
I ter's immun- it the14 well-known
vli,stle colie In<Illiding to lws Ivet.
,),() 10<lt 1)v. ifI o it N illifidia to0 -et
aiolg lions411. Y-mn :ll ha.ve 11 tlhim
aler yo he:' o i:mii<ldes
t 4) Hiw III, Itha !1(iln ot 1I s:e
11:t1lic put ik hi 14 1 1th v.1 to eh e I
r th: 11 , lmlhe r o ) c 4' il 1a it.w b:ik
:u1it Ill thi 1 1SI :11 w11 1 C4 12paliesqua u ke.l
W i0 I s tr i! e ttr< thw a-ihes
,n tilt, n tle 14,1-i'l. Voit lav hid
tria aOw a ! lhIl : tl1(w i yiv te t Ilislor
im t hurt voitl i: P ill p>ut (rtist !1
'(; '.il and I''.V 1IV r 11, lu:r( \'()I. I'ey
i i I nI ;i ll ( vclI v
-I ' r-2.2::n' 1U d I)o tink that spriiwr
il I pc:tl ;-: ;nlld I lmvt! 14 tell You that I
fihl* I :fr- 2: s,rrIwv Itur inito previous I
in lwn t vw <drp inlt( (God's bottle. I
l nir(.d hv aIraI<d (IF imthinl.-, puttinl
u tri-1 i (;I,d. .vvi <duath, that.
'nutrli-In w;"I>Sv (1,,n is the wV4rhPds
h-b d. :2I who litits his pan-s( d Vo -
'I Im 4ho sa:as (f itillwins I4f the m ,(1411.1.
I44 li <l-l) tilm's .1 114 11 v:t(, itu
rs f k igh:i t( h \.was comII
2.:f,4d bl fully ariled the ni,-,hit he
110>1, Ohe tl)4121hs 4f 'the < a , ar
r I 2i 2) r : -'i f " 'Stwar, a l d thell l whIlen tilew
da br44e he wold c(M' 1mrth. :1i,
-l im ou 1 ll, cmr t 4 and t"rvat p )
h112 lit- wouhl -ct th4 h n rs til. 1
I . All I)' o it t w' le l ] ('ill the (-1C .
li inl thv n'll-Jit b 14ore ith hven, -is Fully
I111e<l withik S11a 1 :Il hIIVlICt f11 al'
In,h will wait :in< wa(ch throu,h the
cdarldwss lunlil th:( mlit, l-IIi-, dawins, m11
(lci lt, \ 1 Ilk(1,' (11(' IIIIII(Is 41111av422
tl.iu 1he2 w ('2bik the i>nois if heaven4W1
:1 li i t eat . r 1 4 with Sl m-v
roblit-, shrvailninl'- )versc s>l.ips
n.ft ThI-a <itursn rnlt Ur.
11 A T14c 1 .\, I .S pt.:. --Tlm w14r2 I
C1r1 cver 101MII ill (Ilswo ItI-Ihn kc (ml At
I ('lck thiS :t di i W i-111 111 -
Iear's liv ry v ta b l ;'.' I : ' l 111al 2 l e
h11 s I I ho Ic. ll t ;'%, 4 1 11 I v .
The \n-aksi I2 wa i, First I Na
(imnal l IK . b i . w ell h,v ('ml.1'
'lw re- ),i ill 'ilT 'li-v v111i111N. v a -
hh- hoo : li 11-rs. -lave w ay ut 4l1r the
iltvw-w lwcat and i4' r(ont1itt.1it were. I
Fhryr t ) hou. 2) 1at1rilus wil Il
I irom Il)4 Nmrth lt- hEn .r 2 uth
u n bu1, aboult :; o'clowL ik " %1the 1wid < I
)4t 4 u 'ol of '':1 hu:,ine2' port.)4 4In ofI ts
r)e2 w sill~ n2:I .) Th4ie n m
Ioa l li atch' bl . e it i' '2 '- uh'2u1
The'4 destru)eb .24n 'I'll ueles 0 the
r44sli t I.a 1ona'l l :1 1u2 the42 ".14
Illows22' 4' b 4 n:2t' 44 2) 4.4 il hn12211
* 214 1'4 '4.A 1:1144' 144. 2 7 .:1 424 14)22I
1% ars414 "obl,:uuI 1.\2 :2 I 2
were1'1 4 Iili lei . 2 . i.- TI \)'
he 2 w 1)22. -l2)'4. 3're ho
.2 the1.4 22 sIn4 e i 2'ah.ll, but14' whe1 .,It
n2)4 af4er .h I j 4. \Vln the :2)unes were2)
4 h 1444 a l thn..I: ho22)lie w 4'e 4 '421 I)
ther : inmate 214' 4he2 l l 11 - .421 l4
'' ' it ilt2 4e'tii 24)2 . lI: 21 2 '2'4') (II aI -
h-unk11$ an'l 1'p' el 22 i42 . 4 n p in4 b 4<1
urb lo lw 4un '1m (>a h ''tl. \
II Im at '11.m4 ( lreeks 1urve 24411 '(
114 we.s1144 1'()kai* ,o the : l1 l$ 't- 2
2udI' W4')' lla1jll: . h4 1 14 Later 4i1n, an
Iu'. ilh'N$(N w i!b J)at tie, a a 4)21beh ru w It
throil~~ u '4 at a 11 b h I4.it of '1ipe 4,i1 2.; I
p'im er141( tl.1)n(bhs. 44n' in fr$11l. :41 ' the
""4'IlaUl t he -aw :41 114 onteen't Iar werIle.
I Unils': < . tIpl :n.i1r. l xcep te 441' reman 1
1(11 '411 Ion i4'ni1e. (42 I24uwas tied instant
wich arch e th (hikhu45(, Ii otlo'clock a 1
4as1 deb4 r b( y ' t heltsl r1e4 . T he21(22 'ase -i(
I'l(h IS. 1loel
5421 :tged-'.se N, N. e l ..e: ISepti'h1 r 1 . , '5(( 1
A1 wiesee 2( and(m(1i dest1tive trint-(le ir
rawakged orae ofI 1housandshf aces .
alNI t-he S I,i lepiso ur (1 .4 I ier oTh wo o(. .
theI( maiile of thne NortI ~ten Pa5vitic
Rilroad,C' te rat ran"ge ofthea II,hT
('2 aten C.rwasswep' bler Th fire wags
put( iut by meanosof thors which1111 woe
tirag to dexth he it:es. he.
holre were spt iO p othie bak :'nIltheira~
farvasese draged overg tihed country1 byd '
Con, atendasvntenyas en ose
A DARING TRAIN ROBBERY.
[low One1 Mant Held up a Tradu and Bob
Led the 1xpres.
LOUISVi,L, Sept. 2.-The Louisville
mnd Nashville northbound train was
ield up by masked robbers half a mile
iorth of Pensacola Junction early this
norning. The safe was taken from the
xpress car, but the extent of the rob
ery is not known,
The Courier .Journal has this from
6lobile, Ala.: "Tihe Louisville an(I
'aishvillo canion ball train, north
oilid, was held Ip near lPeisacola
11litnetion, forty Imiles above Mobile, lby
obbers, wh'Iio entered the express e-r
ind compelled the inessenger to turn
)ver the contents of his safe. It is
tot known at this time tihe extent of'
he robbery. Atter securing the vali
tblus the robbers escaped to the woods.
lhe first news of the robbery re
vi.ved ii Mobile by the railw.ay of
icials was ver,y ineagre. The train
v,as hliid til about a half nmile above
Ie tjinetioi. and peoplo there kIew
ery little of' what had happened, for
he train was delayed a few inilutes
mlv iln( there was not imuch chance of
earning what had occurred.
"linginevr ],ob Sizer says that he was
milliig otit of lloinaton, and just as
he train, which is a through express
10111 New Orleans. got under way, he
Ied around :nid saw a mai st andiur
war hiin. Bef*ore he could ask a vies
ion or look twice two big revolvers
Vere in his face. Ite wa.s told to Iunl
iis train ipl) to Esc:unibia river bridge
,oie miles distant, and Stol) on the
Tidge. There was nothing left for
dinl to do but obey, and he did so.
"There the train stopped on til
)ridge. h'lle engintieer was told t, get.
)ty his (Igilie an lihe (did so. Then tihi
'0bber ireetal Sizer to g) to the ex
ress (air and force nt ;i enranle. The
Obber plittinig a heavy inallet inl his
iand, izer did as directed, and burst
)pii the cat doors. Express Messen
rer Archie .Johnsomi was stanldiig inl
lis car, with pistol inl halid, hilt sveing
'izer, lowered it. 'I'he next rninte he
XIas covered ari tol to lav down his
rIr, ail lie obeyed . 'Ilien the robber,
1a11iling inl the carf door, compelled thl(
n'eger' to openIl the safe and harld
lrn thel( 111on11 .
"Whill this,was going on, the fellow
xas.st a.iding in the dohor coolly looking
it his victi it ail firing first to one side
af the train and then to the other to
verawe ti1 passengers and train crew.
W h en hi gt the io iney, the rohber told
izer' to follow lim. T,he man showed
lie way toth engine, h ade sizer pull
mit, aId witl a Itiig shot and with
"ells lasihed oil inl the hlishesa and was
list to sight.
.A pOsse ias left Floiaton and arn
>thi.r has left Mobile in pursuit, of the
"sorne stirprise is expressed lhre that,
Ie robbvers selectedl this particular
ai-, as it is well known that otier
riuits ;aryv inost of' tiil express iioneV,
t;o 6, tll. robbiwd train, carrying verv
ittle at ary timlue arnd a sinailI anour1nt
>in this ovension.
"'ft is said fihe Ir'rows was recent
v viii in I-'lqrida anil there is a possi
)iOy that he ordered the assetnblinlg of
its vn'. at ''ontrtoIl and joinedl tlII
hier t'a stifperinitertil the jr(per con
e if lie ;tifair, hIti this robbery looks
1ii1r41 like ili work of the celebrMated
A IOVEMENT AGAINST COTTON.
tatrma,a.,i aa mase Ina 1 agliatnl to Forc
ATIANr.\, (a., Siptember 4.-It is
InonIIIVd ihit instruietionls have 1been11,
ai lt by l.ngl ish manuiifacturre rs to thliir
iernts int this 'ounrt ry to huri~ no titore
)ttoln at the ruling ari cis, or' ito
inorte t hani is re<ifrired for' iintihiatte
'n)inpialt.ion by thte inills. Nin o,f
lit Niw F.nrghtninll lfi ;re arlso:iiitreedt
(Io'ar'tail thirt takinigs faor ti' pri'esett
l'hiie oiac"t of biot.h is to lorce a dfeclinme
If the st;tapld. Th'ey arre Oailultatintg
li a very l arge erap in the Utniteid
st ate's andi fair crops5 inr othier Cittonr
'arsitig eonttries,:anl tha:t the supl)Iy
w~ill so,'an fat gireaiter' thanrr tireihitdemand
tt pre:,enrt firis.
Th'lir itishr estintint,'s of' thte croap oaf
hei' n it ed Sta;te~s largelyV exceed sev'eo
tnillain ba;le:. EF,i'n if' it shroi r'eachi
his :1inant, c'ontimng int as it dies upon
i compn:ar~',f l hor't stock of t.lte ol
'',rr,. tinr' is goodl reason to beiliev'
inat thle i:.creasedf ideatadi for the
fvr' iimptio 101will ka'..p pae
vit t: ii, ats~f! a iarioe of' late ,, ars.
lrut. the in:inutfneatutrers, lay conrcer I
i'tve the lahwer' tia forc'e a das'linie, un..
ess 1inon'\ is. fairnishli iii litity to buty
lin- (roll. A w.~eek (It twoa ago it liockiei
is if' the iinonetatry ('enttres.' woutld be
1trained to fitrniish 11uoney Io ntiove thte
-roajs this tall. I hit t he cotniner'cial r'e
aotis mal ie stl:Iletient iof the assoacia
ied b;iikS fior list weetik t'nconrilaget the
nl'e t fiat t i,w st irgen'in i the titoney
:ratis sl:a'!wtinig. Theii baniks
uneI I! in their reserves.'i for the fir'st
ilt, in se'veiralf weveks, and the c'otn
Ieri'ili re'piorts sho1w incr'easinag trade
11 i inaire conarlidencei' irn busintess circl's.
'11hm surlirs';siaon ofl State banrks of
la dstroa irm elaisti'ity of' th eui r
a'n('a'y taf tie Sottha, whvleh' f'oriiery
":lla'ald atrially to sutstatin the plri('0
yst tin, tIre banitks, t houn gh r'estr'icted
yV hiw iln thle prioporIIt itn of' t heir paper
s;ney; to fIteir' coin on htandl, often lhad
t, i V! 01' six idollar's ill papaer to otte
('lain itt thle a'otton seasont, becauiilse
tr'y h:oI the eaatt,an as secaurityV foi'r teir
sires -a securtity as gooad anid safe as
oIld. I at I tIhis elarsti city hais been do
roye, d fby the Ilinanial polici of' thu
rideral governtarnt~, and it is clearly a
uity w..hich thfat golverntientt owes to so
irge at nuntibe'ratf its priodluing people0
i thle cotton pllanaters, to aid by all
iaris int its power int providinig a cir
ilatitig inedii tin sialicient 1 to pr'otect
>greait an1 initerest f'rorn a str igincy
the nmoney' ma~rket a nd ad verise coim
nations by~ bumytrs. - A tlrata .Jou nal
ito the merits of' lI. 1. iB. ( Botainiic
~lood i lni), h av.e Ibeen conf''rtnted
ith t,est i monmy which they dieoeed sr
r'isinrg, .and thuis binrg colnvi nced of'
s wo'ralrerf1ulI eIhecaey, have niot frnik2d
> pr'escriibe it in their practice as oc
h-or two yeai's moy wifeo was a gt'eat
.affrer. Skill fuil physicians did( her
o good. IIinr mout,h wvas (onc solid
laeer, herr baody was bi'oken (lut inr sores,
0(d sIte lost a beautti fud head( of hanir.
hi'hee haot tIes of' U. B. I I. cured her com
letely, icredible as it may soud, aind
to is no)w the miotheor of a healthy
tree!O motnthts old baby clear from any
A. Ii. Alorris, l'inieBlurff, A rk., writes:
I lot Springs anid several dloctors failed
cure the of' several rrunninig ulcers on
ty letg, ft. B. It. o'Ifectedl a wvonderfully
niek cure after everything else had
A Towmn Swept hay Ftre.
.JAVKsoNVILIl*, jVIa., Sept. 4.--A Ti.
utsville spe'cial t(o the Tlimnes-Union says:
A .sp'cI il meisseng er from Cocoa (a
mall town on Ind ian River, twventy
Riles beloIw here) brings news that fire
iroke nut there to-day at 10 o'clock and
testroydnearly the 'whole town. The
ownI itt a panic.
SHE TRIED TO KILL HIM.
Barrumdia*e Daughter Shoots at Minister
CITY OF U UTATIM1ALA,Sept.ember 3.
A daughter of' General Mar.in iarrun
dia, who was shot. to death in the cabin
of the Pacific Mail steamship Acapulco
at San Jos de vGuatemala last week,
attempted to shoot Tnited States Min
ister Mimer to-day.
Mr. lzner was at his desk translat
ing the gIiarantee triven to him by
this government that Bharrtindia's life
Wokild bespared inl(1 ,ase he was sirren
lured. whenl the yo,InIg wolti caitlle
int,o tit offiev. As the MinisLer lookel
u.p froin his vork she was standing
within for Fect of hiin with la revolver
in lier hiati.
She saluted hii saying: "Ai youl t.he
Ailleriean Mlinister? "
Mr. Mizijer replied: "1 am. Can I be
of any S.rvice to you ?"
With flashing eyes she accused hiin
of hav,ing been directly the cause of her
father's <leath l ann1oilncedj that Sh1o
lieant to kill hiin. Mr. Niier took
ith mattr coolly aid t ried to reason
With the girl, who was uppa-ently a
Iluost Crazed With excitemlent, andl inl
the Ilost tragic mllanneicr pourl on him
the bitterest invective ol which I'the
SpanlishI language is capale. At last
she pulled the trigger of the pistol. Alr.
Nlizner hat takei up a heavy law book,
which he, wit.h apparent carelessness'
helii between hituelf atnd the girl, and
the billvt whiileh was leanit lor' his
lieart vas caughit in the leaves of the
The solinld of t1he shot attracted at
tentioni and before a second shot colild
be fired assistance arrived. andl the Ills
tol was taikeI from the young Won11-i.
1'll roligholit tie let iire exciting inter
vicw Mr. Mizner 1inintaine<l the -ut
imost coolliess, tihouigh the only, thiln
between hitm and tlle tiuzzle of .1 pist<1
held inl I he hands of a voltani who evi
(ent ly i litended to shoot was a heavy
law book. I I iS coolliesb 1n14luestiora
bly savel his life.
Policenen were called in and the
young wvointan was arrested. She prov
cil to be Christitna 11'arrundia. a 1augh
tti of t he inurdetred general.
.A 5o1n a-s I'r-estilent ] Barillas heari'
of the occurrence le sent his resp:-ts
andI ffered the power of his povern
muent to protect the Aelrican legation.
Mir. Ilizner, however, (lelined tie of
fer, will not pro.iecuite the hadv and inl
sists that no further notice shal be
taken of the arTair.
It is genierally believed here that
Barruilia woltid have been i1 no (Ln
ger of' death had he not rosist od arrt.
That "Tire<i Felng."
The ilewspapers an. bilvitl' I qr0o(I
deal of I ui ni llowadays over that "t i red
feeling," so inluch spoken of it Iliedical
alvertisenn'tits, in coiuf-cit in with tihe
Ill-hIealt.h of fen niles. It 111.1 b a
sonrce of hilarity to witt y :ira*ranhi
ers, but not so to suffering woinn,
who, by overwork, anl a disregared of
the la.ws of health, have lapise in>l a
c0liton ordering on invalilism.
What itost wotl(.Iln led is to he re
liiIveI of, somic of the slavish work tihat
is piled on tHeiI. aild a free. bu1t J1dvi.
(1ls Is( of st.r,eIgllwnqinjg tolnies, si;cl
ais 1'. 1'. P'.(Wrickly Ash, Pokl |Noot rld
l'ItAIs.Ai11.) te greatst limid ptiriher
.a:4 l nvigraklor inl uist-. Suebas a
bhlil!vr tilp of womlen1, brin*igiing back
lost vlnergy to the 4lv. anl color to
fadtI cheeks, r s ng the appetite
and tIhus renewiniig in) hier' that ieallth y
vitality long lost. P). P). I). cures ill
141001 .disease, suC Ia ]Z 'hU m11toatisim,
Syphiis, (Gout, Scrofula, anti all leer
ous affections, even vattiishing that
melancholy eniemy of man, Dyspepsia.
All driuggisi sell it.
lutnblia, S. ('., sells Pi an1s alil I)rgans,
I.'ian4.. Ma:thuiishek l'innto, cI'elbrate<l
fori its ('lea rness ofI tonte,lIightntess of
It('uch aid lhist ing 'Iualities. M~ason &
liIainilini Upr'ight i ano. Sterling I'.
right Il'ianois, fr'oml 'u2 up. Ariotn 'in
tiOs, f riin 852ut lip. Mua'soni &\ I liatanliti
Orgains, ::-20. up. Every Iltstritinent
glta:nt et t foir six y.'ars. Flit teen days'
tri al, expJenises bolt h ways, if' inolt sat'is
fan tory. Soh l on Itnstal men t s.
horti, Wetsf olf this ('ity. Neairly a ll I he
dleltes were burned.'(I iThe poIstolie,
werte (destIroyVed. 'Ie lirelii was doithtless
of neniayrii. The Iit'e hell ro pe
was ('ut. lThe foss is est iimated't at from41
the II erahi frotin SedlaIia, Mo., sys I-'
-1. W~oodw~ar-d, a former eonduictot' on f hel
Mis.sour-i, Katnsas ounl Tlexas I 'ailIrmn~aI,
who had his neck broken l in a wrec(k on
.J uly in, artrivedl here yesterd:n'. hlis
genteralu heailth i:; good. ..\s ift' as isi
knw hte1 t i is th seoI i pe411l(rsont whoi 0 ve
lived after having Is neck broken.
54'r'oftuIa curedct . ev~eni in its worst
foritns, bly P. P. P., and you will lbe
strontg itid htealthiy in au short tittl( by
till use' of' P. I'. P'.
Spring meitdicine 1 i no ~wanted, for,
il yott are out o f sot'ts and feel bad ly, P.
IP. P. is thle reiedy to) take andit get
stronig and invigorated. ______
jIPMA N JIROS., Whologalo Draggists,
Solo ProprIetors, Llppmann's Block, Savannah,0 (I
I ~ ~~ Ne v(r Fa.-ib to HIIstorO Gray
H:i t i ts I Youthrut Color.
Wanted in oerr county. shrewd men to ant under lnstrucitona
ian r eoretseryloo.Eszperenee notnfecesary?.PIarticularaftree.
Grannani Deteetive Bureau Co. IIArcade,Oftanad,O.
ARE YOU CoNSUMPilVE.
H[ave you Cough, Tronchitic, Asthma,
IndIgestion? Uso Parker's Ginger Totico.
It has cured the worst Cases andi Is thle best
remedy for al hills aising from'defectivenfu
tritlon. TJake in time. 50 cents and $1.
r 'HE~1 ONLY SURE CURE FUR
zCorns. Stops all pain. E~nsures cotm-I
fort to the foet. 150. at diugglsts lI hscox
& Co., N. Y.
~~ B Oqji@S, whI.p1i.rh I, . ,.
t*,t.M .IIff h er @aiiPUaM te a. lotd b .li gs o* 11(
eir. 65eU'dwav. Hew verk. Wrilte ee boek St Sreets iittx
A GnEoT OEir TfT
REPEATD,' 80 Do Wt DEL
WHILE THE I'oli Is .
Write for Catalogue now, aps
paper you saw thi advertisement in.'
Remember that I sell everything tha
goes to furnishing a h1ome-manufacturln
soie thin s and buying others in thejarp
eSt possIbIlllots, which enables me to wip
out all competition.
HERE ARE A FEW OF MY STAR'I
A No. i Flat top Cooking Stove, full size
15x17 inch oven, fitted with 21 pieces o
ware, delivered at your own depot, al
freight charges paid by me, for onl
Again, I will sell you a 5 hole Cookinj
Range 13x13 Inch oven, 18x26 inch top fltte,
with 21 pIecos of ware, for T11iR'i'ER
)OLLA3, wid joay Li,r isihs, to ,ul
DO NOT PAY TWO PRICES FOI
I will send you a nice plush Parlor suit
walnut frame either in combination o
banded, the most stylish colors, for $33.5
to our railroad station, freight all paid.
rwill also sell you a nice Bedroom sul
consisting of Bureau with glass, 1 high heat
Dedstead, 1 Washstand, 1 Centre table,
cane seat chairs, 1 cane seat and back rock,
er, all for $16.50, and pay freight to you
Or I will send you an elegant Bedroon:
suit with large glass, full marble top, foi
9:'0, and pay freight.
Nice window shade on spring roller 9 4
Elegant large walnut Sday clock, 4.O
Walnut lotunge, 7.0(
Lace curtains per window, .oc
I cannot describe everything in a small
advertisement, but have an iniense storc
containing 22,1100 feet of floor room, with
ware houses and factory buildings it othei
parts of Augusta, making in all the largest
bisiness of this kind under one manage
nent in the Southern States. These storem
and wareiouses are crowded with the
chokcest productionsof the best factories
My eatalogue containing illustrations of
goods will be inalled if you will kindly say
where you saw this advertisement. I pay
L. F. PADGETTI
Proprietor 'adgett's Furniture, Stove and
1110-1112 Broad Street, AUGUSTA. GA.
U FO TRED
AN AND WOMAN.
1. P P. will purify anI vitalize your
won(l, arnte a good appet iteand give your
whol systet tone ael si rength.
A protminent railroml -u wrintendent at
S.vannai.siffering wit h M0nria, Dysep.
m, and Rheusntis saw- "* ..in g
P. P. P. he never felt to well in his lift, a
t-I ms if ho could livo forever, if he could
111eW.k)- gVt 1'. 1). D.1,
If you are tired out fr. .'.and
cloet confluemient, tako
P. P. P.
if not ar feelln6c h-dy in the spring
vn(ld out of sorts, take
P. P. P.
J:Ifyour drigestivo orgam need toning up,
P. P. P.
If you atiffer with headacho, indigestion,
debility and weakness, take
P. P. P.
If you suffer witi rervonu prostration
nerve unsiing ad a general let downi
P. P. P.
For Bilood Poisotn, Rtheumnatismn Fcrof.
uila, Oi Hores, Malaria, Chronic tremalo
P. p p.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best blood purifier In the world.
LIPPMAN BntOX., Wholesale Druggists,
LirPA's ll.o:a, Savanunah, Ga.
LNGINES Bo)lLERS, SAW MILLS AND)
Are acknowvadged to be the best ever sold
in this State.
"1hen you buy otne of themyo 30arel satisfiedi
that you have made no mtistake.
W rite for our prices,
cotton Gins and
ATr BOTT'OM FIGURES.
1 canm save you money.
7, C. Badham, Gen. Agt.,
COI1IYMRIA, M, C.
1~TWHiomte ollice and Factory,
)EPOSIT YOURf SURPLUS MONEY
THE COMMERCIAL BANh',
COLUMBIA, S. C.
One dollar and upwards received. In
.,rest att the rate of 41 per cent, per annum,
aid quarterly, on the first days of Februa
y, May, August and November. Married
~omen and minors can keep account In
beir own name. higher rates of interest
hlowed by special arrangement.
. .. IREDELL, P'resident.
JNO. t8. L~EAPHART, JAMEs IRIEDEL.L,
tre the best rorous Plasters in the Worl,
L'hey are the best plasters ini every way for
the quick relIef of
..AME BACK PAIN IN THE
UlJike all other plasters, these a. e Pure
y Vegetable and Hfarnmless. Relieve in
tant Iy and never fail to cure.
SAFE, QUICK AND SURE.
Sold by druiggiits or mialled on receIpt of
5ce. by GRtOsvEqn & RICHARDS,
.' (Stlo1ori 9.
JOH14 A. WILLIS P
117 WEWr GERVAj4TR wr9
TOZER STmR ENGII S,
And all sizes of both Locomotives and re
turn Tublar Boilers.
W'Foundry work in Iron and Brass Re
pairing promptly executed.
O' 1 A IRLtO ' . . b
FEAl A L E I N S T I T U T Ej
rf i UIDING IS NOW MOD.
ernuzed and,Amproved as a boarding
school until it is second to none in the
South in comfort and conveniences. The .
Corps of Teachers engaged for the colh.
Ing session is the best the institute has ever
had. No other insiltuto in the South can
offer advantages superior to those offered
here in the Literary, Music and Art Do
Mr. Maclean continues to be the Dirce, 4
tor of Musle. The patrons of the Institute
whose daughters were taught by Mr.
Maclean during the past session, aro re
ferred to in proof of the statement that he
Is the best teacher of Music who has ever
taughi, in Charlotte. As originator and
director of the June Musical Festival in
this city, his reputation has extended
throughout the South.
W. R. ATKINSON,
Who have Daughters to educate should
send for circular of the
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE FOR
C O L U M B I A. S. C.
Three Departments, Preparatory, Acade
nie and Collegiate. At. and Music Do.
partments unsurpassed. Boarding Depart
mentunsurpassed in its appointments. For
circulars or any information address,
REV. W; R. ATKINSON,
Aug 30-4 President.
UPON TIE MOST APPROVED
plans, with Suetion Fan or Spiked
Belt Seed Cotton Elevator furnished at +
COTTON GINS and PRESSES of best
makers. Thomas Day Rakes, Deering
Mowers, Corbin Harrows and IIlanot, Jr.,
A large stock of Portable and Stationary
Ginning and Saw Mill Engines on hand.
State Agents for
C. & G. COOPER & CO'S Corliss En
gines Lane Saw Mills and Liddoll Com
patny's complete line.
W. 11. GIBBE~S, ,Jn., & CJO.,
Near Union Depot,
_____ ComunIa, S. C.
CH ILD t0 tENSo
DEMEN SE NGE TOLIFE
Bon",HETMOT E R.
BR ADFIELD REGULATOR C. mATANTA'gA
SOLO SY AUl D)RUG5/TS.
IF'Olt C:OltiECTING N A U1S E A
D)ysentery, D)iarrhima and Cholera In
fantumi. A pleasant medicine of incaicu- A
able merit In the home circle for child or
adult. It is popular pleasant and eillclent.
Truly a mother's friend. It soothes and
heals tho mucous membranes; and checks
the mucous discharge from head, stomach
and bowels. Tihe mucous discharge from
the head and lungs are as promptly re
lieved by it as thc mucous discharge from
the bonwies. It Is made to relieve the
mucous system and cure nausea, and it
(does it. It makes the Critical period of
teething children safe and easy. It invigo
rates and builds up the system wvhile it is
relieving and curing the wasted tissue. It
is recommended and used largely by physi
cians. For sale by Wannamaker & Murray
Co., Columbia, S. C., and wholesale by
Howardi & WVillett, Augusta, Ga.,
HOLLER & ANDERSON
BUGGY CO., R OOK HiLLL, S. C.,
12'R EIsit CATALOGe U BG V
ing Prces. T1ermis and References of
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Road and
Phacton Carts, Harness, etc. All first
class work miade by hand and warranted.
1Prices lower than any other of same grade.
Our Vehicles are running in every county
in South Carolina4 and in many counties of
North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. All
inqIlles promptly answered. In writing
p lease menition thlis piaper and don't forget
to give your Postollico address and slgn
HIOLLER, NDERSON BUGGY CO.,
Hoc Hil,~. ., Manufacturers, '4
FIN S A 0SE
TER-'FGC. NA8HL. TEN
logue fre 9. 0