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THEY WILL NOT FIOHT.
Hrltlsh Cabin. t lllnlat.r ; lhr Will
IU Wo Km tilth In Tniinul-Uiwii
VIMolla III Not -rlt I ,
I)lo!, Sept. 9. -Mr. Montague
nunc, Hie consul general of the fiouth
African rrpubllo In Ionlon, aalil to a
press representative KrliUr ermine
"I atiurr jrott on the authority of a
cabinet in In atrr that there will be no
war with the Transvaal. In fad, the
liircn will not permit war. 1 rrcclv.d
ft telegram from I'retorla to-day av
Miring mo that the Transvaal rovcrn
inent iinlto understands the position
regarding the peace party In Kngland
anil li. In nowlts inlalnl by speeches
l-o.Mxix, Sept, U.-Thc Anglo-Trans
vaal slttiat on wore Friday a more
peaceful aspect. In addition to the
troops from India a brigade of foul
b.iltallona of Infantry U under onlcri
to atari for Eolith Africa Immediately,
one from home and three from Mcdl
trrranean stations. The sailing ol
the Caitle I.lner Harlech Caatle hai
teen canceled and the atcamcr
will probably bo employed to transport
these troop. A scinl-ofllr.'al statement
cornea from Pretoria through Cap
Town to the effect that the TranTaal
government ha explained to the llrlt
Uh diplomatic agent, Mr. Conynghatn
tirren that It lt dlipatch wu meant
na an acceptance of the proposed Joint
I'Iiktoiiu, Sept. 9. In the first raad
Friday morning debate waa rrstimril
on the Interpellation of the govern
ment respecting the concentration of
Hrltlsh troops on the border and the
stopping of ammunltloo consigned to
the Tranaraal. The home adjourned
ahorlly liefore noon, after adopting
unanimously the following re sol u
t Ion :
The vollctraad having considered
that frlend.y corretpondence la atlll
passing between the two government.
that the concentration of troops In
great number near the bonier ha a
detrimental and restlesa effect on
the Inhabitants of the atate, and
that the Transraal has lived in
friendship and frace with all na
tiout and desires to continue
to lire In suih friendship and
wace. now declares Its regret at t
fact of concentration and expresses
the opinion that In the case of eventu
alities, which might Irad to enmity or
war between the two gorernmrnt the
cause would not lie with the republic
A rrgards the stoppage of aminunl
tion at llclagoa bar. the Volksraad
trust that the gorernmrnt will act ac
cording to circumstances.
"The raad further resolres to drop
the matter of the concentration of
troops on the border for the present
until the gorernment shall supply fur
ther Information to the raad, although
the Information obtained is unsatls
factory. Nevertheless and w ith a view
to the results of the negotiations
which are pending, the raad declares
Itself determined In the meantime to
maintain the rights and Independence
of the republic."
IjO.mh), Sept. 9. The cabinet coun
ell Friday was inarUcd by absolute
unanimity, and In splla of a lack of
ofllelal Information and the presence
of much corroboratlro eridence that
the Hltuation is scarcely less strained.
there Is no sign of any Intention to
ronrcne parliament and no Immediato
necessity exists to call out the re
serves. It Is probable, howerer, that
the appeals from the gorernment of
Natal will result In the dispatch of a
large body of Iroopi from Kngland and
India to Natal and Capo Colony.
Ilr'g, Ua. Onhlo In W shlag Ion.
Washington, Sept. P. Ilrlg. Gen.
Orcnshlnr, who has Just returned from
the 1'lilllpplno Islands, called on Secre
tary IIihiI and the president Friday,
(icn. Urenshlno has been suffering
from ferer and has not yet recorered.
He undoubtedly will be granted a
further leare of absence. He reports
lhat Ken. I.anton ha suffered from
chills anil ferer since he haa been In
"Ill Ytllnw r al Kef West.
Kicr Wear, Flo., Sept. V. Thirty
sases of yellow ferer hare, been re
ported during the past St hours. In
cluding two case prevlonsly omitted,
the total number occurring to date so
far as known Is 1,371, Two death
hare been reported during the past St
hours, making the total number of
death nine. The weather Is tt II
rcry warm and rainy and favorable for
the apread of the disease.
Shsmruek's I uurtli trial Spin.
New Yoiik, Sept. 9. Not much wind
favored Sir Thomas Upton's yacht
Shamrock In her fourth trial spin Fri
day. It Is the general impression that
Designer Fife wus "putting the breaks
an," for the yacht' traveling Friday
when there was a breeze was so ridicu
lously alow that those watching her
ivclared she was being purposely sail
td out of trim.
Caterpillar la Ills r.ar,
Ilr-i.tcroNTAiNK, O., Sept. P. An itn
steiiso caterpillar crawled Into tho
right ear of Joseph King, of this elty,
rhurtday night, and, wiggling about,
let the man In agony, It required the
ifforta of three physicians to success
fully extract tho Insect, which uniss
ued overall Inch long,
la larillfU lb otl aotl Not.
Hkiilin, Sept. 9. Tho government
- u sent l'rof. Von Volkens, of tho
Jnlrerslty of llerlln, to the Caroline!
a Investigate the soil and tho flora,
POWER THROUGH THE SPIRIT.
International dnnilar Rclinnl t.ena
fnrNenleinlier 17, IMtm Teal, 7.crli
nrlali 4il-t4 Memnrr Va. 8-10.
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IflpecUllr ArrannedfromPeloiibet'i Noles.J
(lOl.liKN THXT.-Not ly mlitht. nor by
power, but by my Kplrlt. aallh tlie Lord ol
UKAt) the chapter, ami compare Kara
I.KJIIT FIIOM OTIIIlll rVJiMITmilin
The riolden Candlestlrk -Ks. :JI-J7; llev.
I 12. II, 2: 11:4: Malt, S:ll-I. Tho Holy
Hplrlt -John I.:1I.II; Horn. 1:11, it; Acta
J. I t, 41-47, llal. 6:11, 12, H.
1'i.Arn in Tim iiiHTorir.-Tho hi
torlral circumstances In whlek 7-echarlah
nronhrs eil are fouml In l:tra. C'liapsoanilB.
TIMIl-Zeeharlsli licRan to prophesy No
vember, II, C KO, hetween tho secoml and
Ihlra prophecies ot HSKKSl. i na proimrcy
of the lesson waa spoken on the morning
of tho twenty-fourth day of the eleventh
month, therefore some time In March, M,
five moaths after the peoplo began anew
their work on tho temple.
1'ltrilMIKTH -'.echarlah and Ilasaal.
IIHI.i:ilR.-IarHs llystaipe. kin of
Persia; Zerubbabel, rovernor of Judea.
I. The Prophet .crhnrlnh and Ills
Mission. Zcclwirlnli ("the lnl rc
membcra") wna the son of Ilarnchlnh
nnd crnmlson of lildo, who wna one of
the henda of the 12 courses of priests
(Nch. 12M, 7), mill whoso successor
Zcchnrlnh beenmo (Nch. 12:10). He
wna nrobahlv born In llabylon, nnd
went to Jrrtisnlcm when quite young,
with Zcnibbabel nnd Joslum. He be-
can to iirophcsy nliout two months
after Unggnl (Zcch. 1:1; F.zra 1:1; G
14; ling. 1:1), In the aecond year of
Darius Hystnspca, nnd continued the
prophecy for two yenra (7:1). .tea
arlah'a inlaslon waa to nwnken nnd en
cournce the Jews In Ihclr grent work
of rebuilding the trmplo nnd renewing
the religious life of the people.
II, The Vision of the Ooldcn Cnndlfr
stick. This tlslon wna to ghe courage
nnd hope to the people by thenssurnnce
thnt they, feeble nnd poorns they were,
were yet like (Sod's precloui golden
candlestick, whose work wns to II
lunilne the world with the Dhlnc light
V. 1. "Tho nngel:" who hnd ex
plnincd the other lslcn, just ns Unnte
rrprcsrnls himself ns nccotnpniiiril by
the spirit of Virgil nnd of Beatrice,
"And wnked me:" He hnd slept nftcr
the first acrle s of vision. This wna the
beginning of n new vcrlr, during the
same ctcntful night.
V. 2. "Itehold n candlestick nil of
gold:" I.ILc the seven branched candle
otlck of Solomon's temple (lx. 25:31
37). "With a ImiwI upon the top: lor
n rrcnolr of nil to supply the Inuipx.
V. 3. "And two ollc tri s:" The oil
usunlly burned In the Inmps wns olive
oil, pressed from the fruit of the olive
tree. These were the lltlng, pcrt-nuinl
sources of oil; so thnt the lamp would
never go out.
V. S. "Knowest thou not?" This Im
plies surprise thnt the prophet did not
see through thrse plain symbol. The
meaning won written all out them.
First. The Jewish untlun was God a
rundlestick, which should uphold the
light for the whole world. Its business
was to sliril nliro.nl the light of lioil.
The Christian church Is Christ's golden
candlestick (Iter. 1:20). Second. The
Holy Spirit la aymlralirrd by the sacred
oil which keeps the Inmps burning
and shining, "Not by might:" Not by
any governmental jowcr, or power of
numbers, or of wraith, or valor. And
not "by power:" n contrasted with
"might," not by physical or Uxtlly
strength. "Hut by my Spirit." "As
that candlestick gnvc forth Its light In
silent, ceaseless splendor, unfed nnd tin
tended by huiunn agencies, so the work
In which he wns engaged would be ac
complished by the Spirit of God."
V. 7. "Who art thou, 0 great moun
tain?" A figure representing the vnst
ncsa ot the work to be done, the Im
mense dlfllcultlea In the way Satan of
the previous vision, tho l'cndan empire,
the bitter opposition of the Samari
tans. "Thou thnlt become n plain:"
He wholly removed. At Hint very time
God wna Influencing Darius to refuse
the desires of the Samaritans, nnd give
Ida favor to Jerusalem (l..rn 0), He
Inspired the iwoplc with patriotism nnd
zeal and energy. It hns ix-cn well snld
Unit "It Is n great dcnl better to have
the faith that shall remove mountains
thnn to keep on cxitcnslvc corps of en
gineers to tunnel them." "And he shall
bring forth the headstone" of the tem
ple: The crowning grace thnt com
pleted the building. Ills work nhouhl
succeed. "With shoutings, crvlng:
Grace, grnro unto It:" With great re
joicing and acclamations should the
temple be completed.
V. 0. "Zerulilmhel . . . his hands
shnll also ilnlsh It:" It is unite proba
ble thnt the people were dissatisfied
with Zcrubhabcl 111 soino way. Ho be-
longed to tho day of small things. He
did not appear like Solomon In nil his
glory. He appeared liken common uiun
ruthcr than like n grcnt ruler.
V. 10. "For who hath despised tho
lay of small thlnga?" Small begin
nings, n small people, a small kingdom.
small wealth. "They . . . shnll
see the plummet:" Tho ymlol of the
nrchltect or Lead builder. Ho shall
complete the building, for with him
arc "those sercn; they nro t lie eyes of
the Lord:" Itcferrlnglmck to3:0. The
people should rejoice, became the prov
idence of God, reaching everywhere. In
the world, is with their leader.
LKB80NS ritOM Till! CANDLESTICK.
r he bowls were reservoirs ot the oil.
Hvery man needs tu have n reservoir of
character, (ovvcr, knowledge, goodness.
Tho Conductors. The pipes conduct
ed tho oil to the lamps. Thu supply was
useless unless It could be brought to the
flame. It Is blessed to bo the channel
of Uod'a blessing to men.
The olive ticcs, one oil each side of
tho lamp, express the source of supply.
The supply of (iod's Spirit tu III church
Jesus used a similar Illustration,
drawn frcm tho vine, In John 13U-S.
0R0UPER AND PARROT FISH,
Tit ChnrnelrriaMc of On Striking
ir Displayed In lh Tank mt
The Hrrtnuda groupers art so railed
on account ot thrlr habit of grouping
together. There are plenty of flshra
Ihnt'on occasions by accident or design
tuny ootne. together aide by ride, or In
tomf other regular order or formation,
but there are fesr If any that get to
gether as tho groupers do. In the tank
of groupers at the aquarium, saya the
New York Sun, these fishes may be seen,
bait a dorrn or more of them at a, time,
ranged along tho glass at the front of
tho tank, heads all to the front, and
with their bodies lapping one another
diagonally with uniform regularity.
Bometlmrs nt feeding time they stand,
or rather suspend themselves In the wa
ter side by side, In a uniform rank,
heads up, near tlis surface, nnd wait
there for the man with the food, whose
step they may hare heard on the plat
form back of the tanks.
A curious Illustration of the fishes'
tendency to group was shown In an
other way. Into a tank In which there
were two parrot fishes there wss put
also a grouper. One of these parrot
fishes wss not feeling very lively; In
stead of swimming around It lay on the
bottom of the tank, over In one corner,
Just breathing and taking things easy.
This was the grouper's opportunity,
and It stretched Itself out on the bot
tom of the tank right alongside the par
rot fish and as c!oe to It as It could get,
and stayed there.
When Kvery Dor Is Allorrad to f.a
a Snlleh In Easrland An OK
There are parts of rural Kngland
where they atlll set aside a day for
Dog-vv hipping day Is October J8.
Then every boy in the neighborhood Is
privileged to nrm himself with sticks
and lashes and bent every dog he meets
to his heart's content. There are dif
ferent stories as to the origin of this
strnnge custom. In Yorkshire tradi
tion has It that a priest, when going his
rounds ninny years jigo, dropped the
holy water used In communion serrlce.
A dog that happened to be near by
swallowed It, and was promptly
whipped for his gulttony, nnd In com
memoration of this event It has been
deemed expedient to throsli the entire
dog family on this dny throughout the
succeeding yenra. In the vicinity of
MnnchrstiT the tale goen that thej-onl
father In n certain monastery frriS In
et platters of food outsiilr the gnlt
for the ioor pilgrims that infrstrd the
country nt certain seasons, On one oc
casion a dog, whose stomach wns prob
ably empty as any pilgrim's, rver dare
be, very selfishly ate the food him
self, lie wns caught In the lawless act
and was whipped soundly, nnd his
crime and Its punishment linve been
visited upon his descendants these
Mrtlco ami (tie Vnijnli.
The struggle between the nqul In
dians and the Mexican government hns
bem Inevitable ever r Inrc Ihe construc
tion of Ihe Mexlrnn Central railroad
brought civillratlon within an easy
march of the Yaqul trrrllory. With
the extension of the area of gold dis
coveries In Koiioi u the conflict could not
be longer averted and It will have a mel
ancholy Interest In history as prob
ably the lust stand of the red man on
this continent against destiny. The
Yaqul Is not as aggressive or astilood
thirsty ns the Apache, but he Is fully
ss Impervious to civilisation and quite
as good n lighter.
Illreli Wood I'.jporled for Npools,
About 10,000,000 feet of birch wood
will be sent this year from Maine to
Kncland and Scotland for spool.
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OLD FOES WATCH EACH OTHER.
ftarajn nnd tfokls atlll ICealnaT
Uaard Their Ancestors f:tn
llshed a no Yenra Asm.
The Nnvajos and the Mokls are an
cient enemies. The Navajo stalk the
plain, wide scattered. Tha Mokls
huddle nn the point of a precipitous
mesa towering a thousand fret above
the red desert. Inch by Inch they
cowered before their persecutors
through a hundred years until nt last
they built their village of to-day on the
heights four centuries. Though hitter
foes, the Norajos peaceably rlslted the
Mokla erery alternate year on the dny
of the mysterious ceremony of the
Three hundred summers ago, so runs
the tradition, a Navajo boy while watch
Ing the dance fell from the brink of
the mesa to n mangled death on the
tumbled rocka far below. And every
second summer since, when the visiting
Navnjosromcon to the mesa they stand,
now In groups, now singly, at the spot
where the boy fell and gaze down from
tbe heights for hours at a time.
The Mokls believe the Narajos are
only waiting a fnrorable opportunity
to pounce upon them nnd avenge their
clansman's death. Recent visitors to
the land of the Mokls say that on the
day of the dance t)cre Is always a red
blanketed Narnjo on V point of rock
gazing stolidly below. !7Mnd on the
pile of the village nnd outlined, vjalnst
the sky I the solitary form of a iiokl
watching the Navajo Intensely. Hoth
were standing the guard their ancestors
stood through 300 summers.
Mother t'sea the Down from Her flodi
tm Make n .test for Her Yonnsr,
There Is something really pathetic
In the way n' mother butterfly builds a
nest for her children. In the first place
tha little home where the eggs are de
posited represents n great deal of sac
rifice, for It Is lined with several lay
ers of soft down plucked from the
mother's own soft body. The eggs,
having been laid carefully upon this
luxurious, pretty couch, are protected
by nn equally pretty coverlet made of
'thesnmematcrlal. These butterfly bed
clothes are often arranged with an In
tricacy that Is quite curious and per
plexing. Sometimes a bed Is made so
that each separate delicate hair stsnds
I unrlirht. thus cirinir the entire nrst tho
I appearance of n little brush ot downy
! fur. Then again the eggs are laid
i spirally round a tiny branch, nnd as
Ihe covering follows their course, the
effect resembles the bushy tall of a
fox, only the nrst Is more beautiful
than the "brush" of the finest fox that
ever roamed over country. The build
ing of this downy nest Is the last earth
ly labor of the mother butterfly, for
by the time It Is completed her own
delicate body Is denuded of Its natural
covering, nnd there Is nothing left for
her to do but to die n sacrifice which
she promptly nnd heroically makes In
the Interrst of the coming butterfly
STILL RULES THE WAVES.
llrllannln Own Half the TonnasrO
of the tVnrlil Iq Ships and
t'uete Sam 1 Krxt.
The old-time boast that "Ilritonnla
rules the wnves" wns never more justi
fied thnn It Is to-dny. Figures pub
lished in Kelldrn's Magazine show that
the entire tonnage ot the world In ships
nmounts to n round totnl of 27,673,.12S
tons, of which enormous aggregate
the United Kingdom and her colonies
own rather more than one-half, or, to
be precise, the immense nnd overshad
owing proportion of 13.9SS.S0S.
Deducting from this latter total
l,Cfi1,JS4 owned by the Urltl&h colonlea
throughout Ihe world, the United
Kingdom possesses no less than 12,828,
024 tons. It Is Indeed n for cry from this
predominating tonnage to the second
biggest, which, it is hardly surprising
to learn. Is that of the United States of
America, and which figures oyt to 2,403,
(Icrinnny takes third place with 2,453,
334 tons, which thus follows closely
upon American heels. All probably but
those who follow maritime affairs close
ly will lenrn with some surprise that
Norway easily occupies the fourth
A pretty story Is told at Vienna about
Archduchess Valerie, youngest daugh
ter of the cniieror. It seems Hint when
traveling ihe other day from l.liu to
Vienna she noticed on the platform at
Mnr a 14-year-old schoolboy crying bit
trrly. She had the couductor bring the
lad to her compartment and, finding
thnt he was proceeding lo Vienna to
attend his father's funeral, she Insisted
on his traveling with her, paying the
difference In his fare, as he had only a
third-class ticket. During the trip she
devoted herself to the task of comfort
ing him, telling the boy, among other
things, that she, loo, had suffered much
from the. loss of n fondly loved pureut,
vrho had died suddenly In a foreign
land. It was only when the boy rrached
Vienna and was leaving the train that
he discovered that the kind lady wis
Spanish Queen's Charity,
The queen regent of Spain recently
Inherited n large fortune from a bach
elor, Alexander Solar, and has given
SGOO.noO of it to charities.
THE GRAND BRACE.
Pathetic Men of Ihe Hlhnlnna Head
nf the llnnse Next
On, of th Itahemtsn eltttsnt nf Ih Invn
went home the other nitht after harms 1
donned s pairnf skates that would hare slid
him orrr an Arirona desert with the mer
cury buhbhnout of the top of the thermom
rter. He had no recollection of how he got
home, and eren the next mornlnn he wss
not certain whether he was on a storm-1
toed Atlantie liner or making a leap from f
a balloon minus a parachute. He went
down to tht breakfast table with enough wtt
towels wrapped around his head to make ,
a turban for the mahdl. His wife met him
with reproaches In her ryes, hut she did not
scoM him. She wanted to inform him of hit
conduct the night before, however, .
"My dear," aht said. 'Mid you know that 1
you came very near killing us all when you
went to bed last night!" I
, "Nope," said her husband, thickly, at he
felt his hot forehead. I
"Well, you did. You knocked over the
baby's cradle. Then you blew out the gas
sna we were nearly aspnyxiatea. What do
Her husband is usually a resourceful man,
but the fumes of many cocktails taken the
night before somewhat clouded his intellect.
1 He made a grand brace and tried to look pa-
I "M'love," he said, as a ray of Inspiration
burst through his foray brain, "wasn't I
. here to die with you?" Washington i'oit.
I Masle for Nervousness.
i Some scientists' have claimed that music
has the power to soothe the nerves. Hut the
J quickest war to cure nervousness is to
strengthen the nervous system. We know
of nothing which will accomplish this quick
er than Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. It is
the one medicine that is successful above
all others in tht treatment of blood, stomach
and liver diseases. Do not take a substi
tute. See that a private Revenue Stamp
covera the neck of the bottle.
"Did ye Iver notice a mon from St. TxmliT"
inquired the janitor philosopher. "Will, II
ye didn't it's worth yer whoile. Up th'
boulevard he struts wid hid iltvated. Pud
dinly thor'a a big commotion an' he's lift
ed off his fate by an autvmobile. He picks
himsilf ud. floes home an tills his frinds th'
horseliss carriages v Chicago are run by
jackasses; but thot th' jackasses are insoide.
Oh, he's a hitter lobster." Chicago Evening
Hons Seekers' Excursions via "Dlar
To the North, West, Northwest, South
west, South and Southeast. Selling dates:
August 15th, September 5th and 19th; and
on October 3d and 17th, 1899, at one fare,
plus $2.00 to authoriied pointa in the fol
lowing states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkan
sas, llritish Columbia, Colorado, Florida,
Ceorgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan,
(Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana,
Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North
Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Okla
homa, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas,
Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming,
Washington. For full information and par
ticulars as to rates, routes, tickets, limits,
stop-over privileges, etc., call on Agents
"Dig Four Itoute," or address the under
signed. W. 1. Depne, A. G. P. A J. Agt.,
Warren .T. Lynch, Gen. 1'aii. & Tkt.Agt.,
What He nnd.
Guest What have you got!
Waiter I've got liver, calf's brains, pig's
"I don't want a description of your phys
ical peculiarities. What you have got to eat
is what I want to know.' Itoiton Traveler.
Some men are so deficient in the elements
of success that they would never set the
world on fire even if the world were insured
in their favor. Detroit Journal. t
The Ilest Prescription for Chills
and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tastsless
CniLLToxic. I(is slmplylronandnuinineiu
a tasteless form, Nocuro-nopay. rricc,50c.
Sort of "Short Deck."
The boss dynamiters of Japan are Tak
Ki ank. Pak Chung Yung and Pak Yung
Hyo, and they art, . very Dad pack. Balti
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