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In S/Vhioh HQ lutreduoea Hope to the |
Invalid and Erring onci,
Ia this di?oourso I)r. TV.raago would
lift jpooplo outi'of dospondonoy arid
briug ?omofchingof futuro joy iuto oarth
ly depression. Tho toxt io Hcbrows
vi, 19, "Whioh hopo."
Thoro is an Atlantic- oooau of dopth
and fulluoss in tho verso from whioh
my toxt is taken, and I only wado into
tho wnvo at tho hoaoh and tako two
words. Wo all have favorito words ox
proBsivo ofjdolightor abhorronoo, word*
that oasily And their way from brain
to lip*, words that havo io thom morn
ings and midnights, laughior and toan?,
thunderbolts and dowdrops. In all
tho loxioons and vooabularios thcro aro
few words that havo for mo tho attrac
tions of tho last word of my text,
Thoro havo in tho ooutHo of our life
boon many aogols of Qod that havo
looked over our shoulders, or mot us on
tho road, orohanted thodarknoss away,
or liftod tho ourtains of tho groat fu
turo, or pullod us baok from tho prooi
piooo, or rollod down upon us tho rap
turous musio of tho heavens, thoro is
ono of theso nngolo who has dono NO
muoh for us that wo wish throughout
all timo and all oternity to oolobrato it
-tho angel of Hope. St. Paul makes
it tho co?ter of a group of tbreo, saying
"Now abidoth faith, hope, charity/'
And, though ho saya that charity is
tho groatost of tho th reo, ho doon not
take ono plumo from tne wing, or ono
ray of lustor from tho brow, or ono
~ aurora from the ohook, or ono melody
from thc ?oioo of tho augol of my toxt,
That waa a great night for our world
whon in a Bothlohom caravansary tho
Infant Royal was born, and that will
bo a great night in tho darkness of your
. soul whon Christian hope is born.
Thoro will bo ohanting tn tho skies and
a star pointing to tho Nativity. I will
not bother you with tho huBk of a de
finition and toll you what hopo is.
When wo sit down hungry at a labio,
wo do not want an analytical disoourao
aa to what broad is. Hand it on; pass
it round; givo us a BHCO of it. John
spoaks of hopo aa a "puro hopo." Peter
oalls it a "livoly hopo." Paul styles it
a "good hopo," a "BUTO hopo," ? "re
joicing hopo." All up and down tho
- .jBiblo it is spokon of as an auohor, aa a
hatbor. as a holmot, as a door.
Whon wo draw a ohook on a bank,
wo must havo roforonoo to tho amount
of monoy we have dopositod, but Mopo
inakoo a draft on a bank in whioh for
hor bonofit all heaven has boon deposit
ed. Hope I May it light up ovory
dungeon, stand by ovory sickbod. lend
a helping hand to every orphanage,
loosen ovory ohain, oaress every forlorn
Boul and turn tho unpioturod room of
tho almshouse into tho vostibulo ol'
hoavonl How suggostivo that m> theo
logy doolaros that whon all other dei
ties fled tho earth tho goddess Hope re
lt was hopo that revived John Knox
whon on shipboard noar tho ooasb ot'
Bootland ho was foarfully ill, and ho
was requested to look shoroward and
asked if ho know tho villago near tho
ooast, and ho answered, "I know il
woll, for I seo tho steoplo of that plaoo
whoro God first opened my mouth io
publio to his glory, and I am fully per
suaded how woak that over I now ap
poar I Bhall not dopart this lifo till my
tonguo shall glorify his holy name in
tho samo plaoo." His hopo was ro
wardod, and for twonty-fivo moro yoars
ho proaohed. That, is tho hopo whioh
sustained Mr.Morroll ofNorwioh when
departing this life at twonty four years
of age ho deolared, "I should like to
understand tho soerots of eternity bo
fore tomorrow morning." That was
tho kind of hopo that tho oorporal had
in tho bnttlo when, aftor Bovoral stand
ard boarors had fallon, ho soi7.3d tho
flag and turned to a lioutonant ooloo ol
and said, "Kl fall, toll my doar wife
that I die with a good hopo in Christ
and that I am glad to givo my lifo for
my oountiy." That was tho good hopo
that Dr, Goodwin had in his last hour
whon ho said: "Ab, is thisdoath? How
havo I droadod as an enemy this until
<i Many havo full assurance that all is
right with tho soul. They aro as euro
of hoavon as if thoy had passed tho
pearly panels of tho gato, as though
thoy woro already scated in tho templo
of God unrolling tho libretto of tho
hcavonly ohorister. I oongralulato all
such. I wish I had it, (00-full asf.ur
ance-but with mo it is hopo. "Whioh
hopo." Sinful, it oxpeots forgivonoss;
troublod, it oxpoots rolief; bereft, it
oxpeots rounion; olenr down, it ex
pools wings to lift; shipwrecked, it cx
poots lifoboat; bankrupt, it expeota
etornal riohos; a prodigal, it expeots
tho wido opon door of tho fathor's farm
houso. It doos not woar itself out by
. looking baokward; it always look? for
ward. What is tho uso of giyja?...Bp
muoh timo to the rehearsal of tho past?
Your mist?kos aro not correotod by a
review- Your loosos oannot, by brood
ing over thom, bo turned into gains.
It is tho futuro that has tho most for
as, and hopo ohoors us on. Wo havo
all eommittod blundors, but doo? tho
oalling of tho roll if thom mako thom
any tho loss blundors? Look ahoad in
. all matters of usofuinoeo. Ilowovor
muoh you may havo accomplished for
.God and tho world's bottormont, your
groato?t usofulnons is to oDtno. "No,"
saya sorao one, "my health is geno,"
"No," says somo ono, "my monoy is
gono." "No," taya somo ono, "tho
most of my years aro gone and there
fore my usofulnoss." Why, you talk
liko an in?dol? Do you suppoi.o
that all your oapaoity to do
good is fenood in by this life?
Aro you going to bo a lounger
and a do nothing after you havo quit
this world? It is my businoss to toll
you that your faculties aro to bo on
largcd and intoneifiod and your qualifi
cations for uaofulnosD multiplied ten
fold, a hundredfold, a thousandfold.
Is your health gono? 1 Lon that is a
sign that yob aro to enjoy a colestinl
health oomparod with widen tho most
joound and hilarious vitality of onrth
is invalidism. Aro your fort unos
?pont? ltomombor you are to bo kings
and quoons unto God and how muoh
moro woalth you will havo whon you
reign forovor and ovor. 1 w?nt to soo
you whon you got your hoavonly work
dress on. This little bit of a spook of
a world wo call tho onrth is only tho
plaoo whoro wo got roady to work. Wo
aro only journoymon hero, but will bo
alastor workmon thcro. Heaven will
have no loafors hanging around. Tho
book Bays of the inhabitants, "Tia y
rost not day nor night." Why ront
when they work without faliguo'' Why
seek a pillow when thcro is no night
thoro? I want to soo you aftor tho
pedestrianism of oarth has boon ox
ohangod for powor of Hight and veloei
tios infinito and ontorprisoo interstellar,
I suspoot that tho toles jope of that
obaorvatory bringo in eight constella
tions that may eompriso ruined worlds
which need looking aftor andnood holp
saintly and missionary. Thoro may bo
WO??dfl thut, Uko OUCH, Imvo o hm od a nd
wood to bomouod, perhaps fmved hy OU?
Christ or hy nomo pino that God has
thought out for otho* worlds as wiso, rm
?totem, KU lovuiy, nt? thu ?tv??t???t ?S
or our world. Tho lailnoKS whioh hat?
oursed us in this world will not g?in
tho Und of otornal notiviticB-BO ruuoh
tonio in (ho air, HO much inspiration in
tho sooioty, so rnuoh aohiovomont ni
ter wo got tho shackles of the flesh for
ovor ol? Do not dwoll so inuoh on op?
portuuitios past, but put your omphosis
on opportunities to ootno. Do not
count tho battles lost, but soour your
uautkot for victories to oooio.
Am I not right in saying that oter
uity oan do moro for UH thau oan timo?
What will wo not bo ablo to do whon
our powers of locomotion shall bo
quiok<mod into tho immortal spirit's
upoed? Why should a bird havo a
swiftness of wing whon it is of no im
portance how long ic shall tako to m*ko
its aerial way from forost to forest and
wo, who havo so ruuoh moro important
trrAud in tho world, got ou so slowly?
Tito roebuck outruns us, tho hounds
arc quickor in flu ohaso, but wait until
God loto us IOOBO from all limitations
and hindormontB. Thou wo will fairly
begin. Tho starting pout will bo tho
tombstone Loaving tho world will bo
graduation day boforo tho ohiof work of
our montai and spiritual o*roor. Hopo
sots tho doors oponing, tho victor's foot
in stirrup for tho mounting. Tho day
breaks-firjt flush of tho horizon. Tho
muston nf hopo will bo an* everlasting
misuion, as rnuoh of it in tho hoavonly
hereafter as in tho oarthly now. Shall
wo havo gained all as soon as wo ontor
realms celestial-nothing moro to loam,
no other hioghtB to climb, no now an
thoma to raino, a monotony of existo no >,
tho samo thing over and ovor again for
ondloBS years? No! Moro progress in
that world than no cv^r rando in this
Hopo will star,d on thc hills of heaven
and look for over brightening land
sonpoe, othor tranofigurations of oolor,
now glorios rolling ovor tho eoono, now
colorations of yiotorios in othor worlds,
hcavon rising into grandor hoavous,
seas of glass minglod with Aro, booom
jag a moro brilliant glass mingling with
a moro flaming Aro. "Which hope"
Now, lot mo introduoo this fooling
into tho lives of BOino who aro at times
hopolosB. Thoro is a family whotm eon
has gmo wrong. Fathor Mid motlier
havo about givon him up, bo noonie so
headlong, so ungrateful, so dissipated,
and tho old folks do not know half thc
story of moral precipitation. Ho has
coAscd writing homo, but thoy hoar of
him through pcoplo who liko to oarry
bad nows, and every timo tho roport is
moro dopiorablo. Ho swoars, ho gam
bles, ho drinkf, In goes into ali tho
shambles of sin. Hi s former omploycr
cays thoro is no hopo for him, and all
outside tho family agroo in thinking ho
will novor refo/m. Tho father and mother
havo not quito givon him up, and those
words aro to Htrongthon thoir hope.
That boy is going to oomo baok. You
have a hold on kim that you must not
rolax. Through prayer you ma? win
tho eternal God for your side of the
struggle You must enlist all tho hoa
vonly dominions, ohorubim and sorap
him and arohacgol, in tho movomont tc
save your son. Somo day or sonic
night ho will oall a halt to his infam
ous praotioos. Something will happoi
to him, as hnpponod in a Now Yorl
hoto), to a bon of ono of tho most dis
tingaishod olorgymon of Scotland ant
ono of thoqueou's chaplains. "Whoi
can I soo you?" said a distinguish^
looking young m MI at oloso of ono o!
my services in Brooklyn tabornaolo. j
said, "You oan soo no now.'' Ho said
"No; 1 want a private convocation
with you at your own house. Whoi
oan I oomo?" I said "Tomorrownight.'
"Your naroo?" I onkod. Ho gavo m
his namo, tho exact namo of his father
whoso namo wash known and is knowr
through tho Christian world, thougl
yosts ago ho departed this lifo, llotarn
ing home, I took upa book ofwhiol
his fr,tlior u;n tho author, and in th
pioturo at tim opening of tho book
found that tho young man had mos
markedly hin father's foaturos. So 1 wa
suro thoro was no doooption.
Oa tho following ovoning ho oamo
Ho said that ho was tho blaok shoop o
tho family Hook. Ho had wandoroi
tho world ovor and boon in all kind
of wiokodnoss, but a fow nights boforo
after reading a lotter from his inotho
in Scotland, ho had rotirod for sloop
but in tho adjoining room ho hoar?
somo young mon in Buoh horriblo eon
voreation ho oolud not sloop Ho wai
shocked aa ho had novor boforo boon b:
tho talk of bad mon. Ho aroso, struoi
a light, took out tho lottor from hil
mother and knott down by his bodoid?
and taid, "0 lord, God of my mother
have morey on mol" Ho said that ainoi
that prayer ho was ontiroly ohangot
and lovotl what ho boforo hatod ant
hatod what ho boforo lovod and askot
what I thought it all moant. I ropli
I od, "You havo booomo a Christian.'
Ho said ho might bo oallod at any tim?
to have tho oity. I novor saw hin
again, but it Boomed to mo that ho hat
turnod his baok upon his wioked pas
and had btartcd in tho right dircotion
And it may bo BO with your boy. Writ?
him of ton. Toll him how you aro al
thinking of him at homo, and, it ma:
bc, your lottor in hand, he may call up
on his mothor's God to help and sav<
him. Hopo, you of tho gray hairs ant
wrioklcsl Heaven has its thousand
of BOUIS who woro onoo as thoroughly
wrong ai your boy is. Thoy ropoutcd
and they uro with tho old folks in th
healthy air of tho eternal hills, whor?
thoy may booomo young again. Hopi
00, and, though you may novor hoar o:
your son's roformatiou and othors ma;
think ho has loft this lifo hopoloss, win
knows but that in tho last momo nt
aftor ho bas ooasod to spoak attdbofori
his soul launohos awjty, your praye
may havo boon answorod and ho bo om
of tho first to moot you at tho shinin
gate. Tho prodigal in tho parablo go
homo and sat down at tho toast, whil
tho older brothor who novor left tho oh
plaoo, stood pouting at tho baok doo
and aid not go in at all.
To another otana of persons I intro
duoo t'-e angel of llopo, and thoy ar
tho invalids. Porhops aftor longwatoli
ing or overwork or towering griof you
nervous systom is ruinod. Porhap
you have a hiddoa disordor that th
world knows nothing about anti whio
you cannot with any doliocoy spoak ol
Porhaps it may bo a rheumatism tba
distorts and inflamos or a nouralgi
which runs its sharp knifo along th
(emploi) of your forohoad. Perhaps i
is an indigestion causing food whioh i
a recuperation to others to booomo
torturo to you, Perhaps it is an iii
somnia whioh koops you as wido awak
at 12 o'olook at night as at 12 o'oloo
at noon, and hour aftor hour, like om
in tho Bible timon, you ory, "Woul
God it woro morning.''
Thoso pessimists do not roalize thu
two inventions of our timon aro going t
nu?ko it possiblo under God to bung thi
whole world into fiai vah?o and millonnit
condition within a fow weeks after thoa
two inventions sholl bo turnod into th
sorvioo of God and rlghtousuoos, as the
will bc. I refor to tho telegraph an
tho telephone. If you think that Ge
allowed thoso two inventions to b
made merely to got rapid information
oonoomlog tho prloo of railroad atooku
or to call up a frioud and moko with
him a business onga&tnoout, you havo a
Vv?y nb?jvnvii?ou looa, or what oui bo
done and will bo doao with thoao two
instruments. Tho intelligonoo of tho
world is to bo oxpandod, and oivilizv
tion will ovoroomo barbarism, and Illit
eracy will bo oxlirpatod, and the prom
iso will bo litorally fulfillod, "A nation
born ina day."
Lot Hopo aay to tho foreboding: Do
' all you eau with with Biblo aod spoil
ing book and philosophie apparatus,
bat toil with tho suulignt in your faoos
or your efforts will bo a failuro. Tho
pallor iu tho sky is not another phaso
of tho night, but tho first sign of ap
proaobing day, which iu ns s uro to oomo
ae tonight will bo followed with to
morrow. Things aro not going to ruin.
Tho Lord's hoatti aro not going to bo
drowned in tho ll d Soa of trouble
Miriam's timbrel will play on tho high
banks "Israol Delivered." High hopo
for tho homet High hopo for tho
ohurohl High hopo for tho world!
1 introduce tho angel of Hopo to
thoso who havo through doooaso lost
Christian frionde, "How oould I Ibd
thora," says a bereft soul, "up thora in
tho laud of tho multudinous?" You
may find thom by inquiry, by hoavooly
OBoortaud by unfailing motnovy of tho
guard at the gato. ''And ho oanicd
mo away in tho spirit to a groat and
high mountain and showed mo that
groat olty, the holy Jerusalem, do
soonding out of hoavon from God, hav
ing tho glory of Ged, and her light was
like unto a atone most prooious, even
liko a j:\3jiev oto?o, olear ni oryBtal, and
had a wall givat and high aud had
twelve gatos and at tho gatos twolvo
angols." So, you soo, thc ra will bo au
angel guarding en oh gato. As you go
in ask tho armed guard. Ho saw your
loved ono pass through and will know
tho dircotiou to tato and by what foun
tain or io what street of gold in tho
mansion prepared. Tho blosBod Christ
knows where your departed lovod ono
is, and ho will toll you if no ono oise
will. Fifty ways of findiag out tho
whoroaboutfi of your asoendod ono.
"But will 1 surely know him whon I
got there, for ho will bo so ohangod? '
Yes, for you will bo just au much
changed, and tittil old affinity will assert
knoll'. Tho foul bo as easily diatin
uiohod there as on oarth tho body is
istinguishod by tho body.
Opon that oloacd instrument of music
in your parlor that has not beon played
on nineo tho hand of tho doparted player
forgot its cunning. Put up boforo you
on tho music board tho notes of tho
hymn of Isaac Watts and sieg "Thoro
ls a Land of Pure Delight ' or Jamos
Montgomery's hyinn, ''Who Aro Those
in Bright Array?" or Fil inoro Bennett's
"Ssoot Byo and Byo" or "Jorusalom
tho Golden." Take souio tuno in tho
major koy-"Ariel" or "Mount Pis
gah. ' Whilo you play and sing tho
aogel of Hopo will stand by you and
turn tho loaves and join in the raptu
rous rendering. Reunion with tho
iovod and lost i i?voriaoting reunion i
No farewoll at tho door of any mansion!
No goodby at any of tho twolvo gatos 1
No moro daik apparol of mourning, but
whito robo of exhalation I Hope now
is on its kuooo, with f?co uplifted, but
Hopo there wilt bo on tiptoe or beck
oning you to follow, saying: "Uoine
and hoar tho ojioirs sing I Como and
seo tho procession mnroli! Gomo and
seo tho river of lifo rolll Gomo with
mo ovor the hills that rico into over
lastiDg*hoightH." OoloBtial Alps and
Himalayas hoiBtod into other Alps anu
From this hour oultivato hope. Do
so by reoding all tho Scriptural prom
ises of tho world's coming Edouization
and doubt if you1 doro tho voraoity of
tho Almighty whon ho Bays ho will
make tho dosort roseato, and tho loop
ard and tho kid will lio down in tho
samo pasturo fiold, and tho lion, oeasiug
to bo carnivorous, will booomo gramin
ivorous, eating "straw like an ox," arid
roptiliau venom shall change into hann
lossnoss, so that tho "weaned child
shall put his hand oa tho oojkatrioo's
don, and thoro shall bo nothing to hurt
or destroy in all God's holy mountain,
for tho oarth shall bo full of tho know
ledgo of tho Lord, as tho waiora oovor
tho soa " So niuo h for tho world at
Then oultivato hopo in regard to your
own health, your o?:n iiaaooial pros
pority, your own longevity, by seoing
bow io otbor pooplo God meroifully
rovorsoB thing3 and bring? to pass tho
unoxpootod, romcmbaring that Wash
inglon lost more battles than hogainod,
but triumphed at tho last, and, farther, !
by makirg nitro of your oternal stfety
through Obrist Josue, understand thad
you aro on tho way to palaois and
thrones. This lifo a spun loug, oudiug j
in duration of blisj that neither human
nor arnhangclic faoultios can moacuro
or oBtitnato-rodolonoo of a springtime
that novor onds and fountains tos.'iag
in tho light of a sun that novor f ota.
May God thrill us with anticipation of
this immortal glee I "Whioh hope 1
I said in tho opening of this subjoot
that my toxt was only tho wave on tho
bo&oh, whilo tho wholo verde from
whioh it is taken is an oocan. Bat tho
ocean tides atc coming in, and tho soa
is getting so deop 1 must fall baok,
wading out as 1 waded in, for what
mortal oan stand bolero tho mighty
surges of tho full tido of oternal glad
ness? "Eye hath not Boon nor oar
hoard; noithor hath ontorod into tho
hoart of man the things whioh God
hath prepared for thom that love him."
Tho Liberty Boll.
Tho building orootod by .Philadol
?thia ou tho grounds of tho South Caro
ina Intoratate and Wost Indian exposi
tion liai boon oomploted. lt eon moro
than $20,000. Tho arrangements for
Liborty Bell, whioh is to bo ono of
tho prinotpal attraotions of tho Phila
delphia building, to Gharlo3ton havo
not yot boon dooidod upon bpon by tho
couuoilmanio oommitteo. It was tho or
iginal intention of tho oommitteo to take
tho historio relio to that city in timo
to havo it in place when tho exposition
oponed, but thia idoa ha? boon abandon
ed and tho boll will not bo removed
until aftor tho beginning of 1902. It
will bo Aooompanied on the trip by all
tho member,} of tho apooial oommittoo
and por hu pu by other mc m hero of both
branohoa of oounoil. A program will
also bo arrangod for ?hort stops at tho
principal oitiofi and towna botwoon
Philadelphia and Charleston BO aa to
onablo roaidont* of thoao plaooa to aoo
tho liberty boll.
Koporfc ia mada in Pittston, PA., that
many papers of tho greatost impbrtanoo
te tho oily govornraont aro missing and
aro boliovod to-bo in tho pooket of
Miobaol Langau, wheeo bodygwith 57
minors, aro oatombod in thoM?l-fatod
twin shaft. At tho timo of tho dila
tor, in 1896, Langau waa aoting Mayor
of tho oitv, and a few hours bof?ro ho
entered tho mioon had received valu
able papera. Thoro ia no hopo of ovor
penetrating tho fallon rook and rceov
ing eithor body or papara.
tf?ftlU ?0? T?B O?tti ?N X.0V?,
?mn? ,i im"
Wii? ?onoluelon* That Hava JBeon
Boru o? ?xperttmoo.
You Jovo for" yoursolf, and if ycu
Minrty, vou Hoal tho destiny, happy or
wrolohed, of your own lifo. Tboro
foro, novor marry for o thorn. Morry
for you B?ko. - Lot no, human hoing,
howtvor doar to you, havo a right to
violate tho true iostmot of your horn f,
or put a constraint on your lovo.
Ooly bo careful; do not imagino that
you aro in love boforo you havo triod
all tho toals whioh may oonvlnoo you
that you roally aro. You may bo only
too Hablo to miBtako a onprioo, a fanoy,
a rooiantio day dream for truo lovo?
Fir at lovo ia seldom truo lovo. A
wholo Boriea of light, faneioa whioh havo
boon mistaken for love havo'often been
followed by tho oarnost passion of a
Tho erodulity of womon on tho Bub
Soot of boiog loved is vory great. They
often mistake a little admiration for a
partioular rogard, and on this founda
tion build up a oastlo io tho air and
Hil it with all tho treasures of thoir
brigbteat hopos. It ia oaf or to bo. very
fi kain i oi\l on tho subj?ot of hoing loved:
but if you make tho mistake tako ali
tho blaine on yoursolf and eave your
dignity by seorooy, if you cannot koop
your hoart from loving.
Mon will always bo polito, attontivo
complimentary and pajiug yon nil sorts
of lit Ho flatteries, both of words and
notions. Aoacpt them quietly and
oelmly> aa your right, hut, nt vov noon
to givomoro weight than iu niuo oasts
out of ton they have.
Hurry no oourtsbip into an or gage*
mont, and never mako an ongagoment
from whiuh you cannot honorably with
Whon you feel potfeotly euro that
you lovo a man, tboro aro many subtle
wai? for you to lot him know it. I
havo always failed to uadoratnid why
womon should not o h OOH o their hus
bands and why only unmarried reigning
queens oan do so 1 do not soo why
they ohou'd not proposo. Of cour no,
thoy should do so in a manner quit<
diflorcnt from that in which mon pro
But vory ofton a girl oan make hoi
ohoioo from a oirolo of adinirors, givinf
tho neodod onoouragomont to tho on?
sbo prof?ra, and dcoiding for horsol
her life's dostiny.
There aro men, and very cf ton tin
best, too, who aro shy and need on
oouragouiont, inasmuoh as it should bi
romoinbored that tho mon who deolar
thoir lovo in somo boautiful languag
fro thoso who love loaat truly.
The real levor is a stammerer. 1
tho woman whom ho lovos should re
turn his nffoolion, sho should givo hie
all tho dieorcot onoouragomont sho oan
Hotter marry a man of this sort (hf.
a Thomas Oarlylo, who spent bis lif
writing swoot lovo lottors to his wif
and nevor suooooded in saying a picar
ant thing to her and in making he
happy when in har nroHcnoO:
If ever you reooive from a man a l.ov
lottor wordod in moot exquisite st Vic
full of pootry and professions! of deo
attachment, tako it for granted Ipa
min has had a long ex po no roo in suo
lottor writing. ., Yr
There is not a singlo man, really an
emly iu lovo who would not bo ashall
od to road, especially to havo road alon
a lottor ho has written to tho objoot <
bis n flo ot ion.
Nevor toll any ono that you hive \
laotod tho advaooos of such 'aujIyRVj
Tho man who boasts of his oonquoa
a oad: tho man who boasts ot thoso 1
has not not inado is a our and a nooun
roi. Tho woman who boasts of tho p
fors sho has rofused is a woman tf
laoks roflnomont and tact,
After all, thoro it very liUlo diff4
euoo botweon tho qualities of a perl
gontlcman and those of a perfoot Ind
Advocating Good Roads.
Goa. M. U. liutlor is intoroati
liinself aotively in tho good roa
movement in South Carolina.
Recognizing tho groat itnpoitanoo
this progrotsivo movement, ho h
thrown tho vroight of his poroonali
and influonoo iu its behalf. Ho is i
simply londing it tho moral support
his approval, but is aotively at work
tho cause. Ho proposes to advooi
tho adoption by. tho next sossiou of t
logislaturo of a bill to mako tho Sti
railroad ootnraieBionors also ennui
sinners of publie highway. He ES
tho publio roadways aro eoarooly sooo
in importanoo to the Stato's railroad
and tho commissioners might w
have supervision of both. Their til
is ?-.?l fully ocoupiod with therailroa
and thoy might greatly improve t
publio roadways of Oarolinn by a
tomatizing tho oouut.v work and oatt
lhhiDg a gonoral plan that will onoo
ago permanont improvomonts, tho r
oi tho best matorial, and tho wis
mot bods of road oonstruotion. 'i
Augusta Chroniolo very rightly oi
this is cortninly an important ont
priso, and ono worthy the best effc
of Carolina's boat mon.
Robbed and Murdered.
A story of nun dor and robbery coi
from Van Wyok, a fow milos bo!
R : ok Hill on the Goorgia. Carolinas
Northern railroad. Tho body of Pt
McKinney, a well-to do oolorod worn
was found in tho railroad out thi
quarters of a milo from her home. 5
baok and loft sido of tho skull
brokon and tho nook was broken a'
Tho wounds woro ovidontly from
utiok, as bloody rplinters wore foi
noarby. By tho a'do of tho body
quartors of freshly slaughtered t
wore found, Tho bosom of tho d
woman's dress was open.' Two sot
tracks led from the body and kooj
to got lu r to tho oreok about one* foi
of a distant. After going up tho stn
for a short distanoo thoy aoparAtod
wont in opposito dirootions. Tho b
was found about sunriso this mort
by two colored sootion hands on tl
way to work. Thoir namos aro J
Springs and Cy Mamoy. Whon fo
tho body was still warm,
A Washington paper reports:
malo stenographer of fair ability
fioouro a position in tho Philippine
a enlary of $1,200 a yoar to start
The oivil oervioo oomruis&ion ia un
to supply tho demand for stonograp
and typewriter;) for tho.Insular fien
ovory eligiblo ono who has boon
latnod ur> to this timo hiving boon
off to Manila with an nppointin
Spooial os animation* were !
throughout tho oountry raoently to
mon for thoso positions, and onl
oandidates qualified. Every man
would aooopt a poBitiou in tho Ph
pinos was appointed at onoo." Wo
aro ruled out br.oauao thoy aro 1
wantod in tho ICast." Tho candid
munt bo botwoon tho ages of IC ant
and the salary of $1,200 in raise
$1,400 it tho probationary porlod o
months ia passed satisfactorily.
Havo you paid for your papor?
you havo not, don't yon think you o
to? Tho printer nooda hit? money.
\ I ; \
? ?A?At W&WHt
A Soeno of Iudeiorlbable Gonfmilo*
A fatal wrc ok oooorrod on tho Santa
Fo Railroad, ono milo woBt of Fran
oonia, Arizon, a ewitoh station 20
miles oaet ot' Nocdloa, (Jul., o?riy Wod
nosday. Soven trainmen wero killed,
threo pasBongers and 14 trainmen injur
ed. Limited trains, bound eastward
and westward, orushod tegothor whilo
running at full spood.
Tho eastbound train was drawn by
ongincs, while tho wost bound train had
but,ono looomotive. The trains wore
orushed and blown to plooos by an ex
plosion whioh followed tho eolliaion.
Both traius woio mado up of vest?bulo
oars of tho heaviest kind, and while
t hoy ito jd tho tor rift o shook woll and
protcoiod tho passengers to a groat ox
tont, several of cara took firo at onoo
and burn od up. The dining oars, one
on caoh train, ono Pullman and two
corop jtdto oars woro destroyed.
Tho oollision is said to havo boon
duo te a disregard of ordors by tho orow
of tho wost bound train, though full
particulars on this point aro as yot,
lacking. From all aooounte, however,
it is gathcrod that tho east bound train
had ordors to tako tho siding at Fran
oonia and await tho passing of the wost
bound flyer, whioh was running two
hours late, and trying to mako up timo.
Tho onst bound trniu failed to roach
tho sitting, and, aa the wost bound train
did not wait for u, tho two trains oamo
together without warning and with an
awful orash. Tho boilor of tho wost
b(uod ongino is enid to havo explodod
immediately af tor tho orash, s o al ding
to doath thoso of tho ongino orow who
had not boon killod outright.
A eoono of awful confusion followed.
Tho massive engines pilod up in an in
describable maes of brokon and twisted
Bteol, whilo tho coalding steam hung
in a douse, suffocating olould over tho
dobris, from whioh tho agonising orios
of tho injured and dying onginoer could
bo hoard. Tho hoivy Pullmans and
oomponito oars jammod tho dining and
baggago oars upon tho beatod pilo of
debris, carrying doath to tho dining oar
crows and setting tho ears afire
From the mengro details of tho to?nos
gathcrod from tho panaongera, it ie
learnod that tho Blooping oars, with one
or two exceptions, eufforod slightly,
and aa a rosult tho pasiongors woro af
fordod comparativo immunity from in
jury. So far as learnod, only threo
passengora, all from California, suffer
ed injurio? of a fovero oharaotor, tho
terrible roeults of tho wrook being con
fined almost ontiroly to tho train crows
and tho omployea of tho dining oar
Tho wost bound limitod oarricd a full
passenger list from eastern cities, lut
it appoars nono woro injured.
Relative morita of tho various months
with regard to zj?frioj?Dy are net lOrtu
in tho old rhyino whioh runo:
"Marry whon tho yoaris now,
Always loving, Hud and truo;
When February birds do mato
You may wod, nor dread your fato.
If you wod whon M*"*oh winds blow,
Joy and sorrow both you'll know.
Marry in April when you can,
Joy for maidon and for man;
Marry in tho month of May,
You will suroly ruo tho day;
Clarry whoa Juno roaos blow,
0 vor laud and Boa you'll go.
j They who in July do wod, .
Must labor always for their bread.
Whoovor wod in August be,
Manv a ehanoo are s uro to seo.
Marry in Semptomber's shine,
Your living wdl bo rloh and Ano.
If in October you do marry,
Love will como, but viohos tarry;
If you wod in bleak Novombor,
Only joy will oomo, remomber;
When December's snows fall fait,
Marry, and truo lovo will last."
Of tho days in tho wook, Wodnoiday
is the best and Saturday the worst on
which to get mauled. Tho old rhyme
"Monday for wealth,
Tuesday for health,
Wod no sd ay tho boat day of all,
Friday for losses,
Saturday no luok at all."
If wo are to believe superstition, a
brido's happiness doponds not a little
on what she weare. "Borne thin g old
and something now, smoothing bor
rowed and something bluo," ia invari
ably regarded by bridoa. Aooording
to an old rhyme:
"Married in white,
You have ohoaen all right.
Marriod in gray,
You will go far away.
Married in blaok,
You will wish yourself back.
Married in red,
You had botter bo doad.
Married in greon,
Ashamod to bo soon.
Marriod in blue,
You'll always bo truo.
Marriod in pearl,
You'll livo in a whirl.
Married in vollow,
Ashamed of tho follow,
Marriod in brown,
You'll livo out of town.
Marriod in pink,
Your spirit will sink."
Charleston Great Show.
Tho Atlant* Journal very truly says
tho South Carolina and West Indian
exposition isa big namoand reprosonts
a big thing. It is tho designation of
what will boone of tho largest and most
interesting expositions ovor hold in tho
south. Tho people of Charloston luvo
supported thia ontorpriso with a liber
ality, enthusiasm and unanimity that
(loos thom honor and insures susses*.
Tho exposition ia heartily otdorsed also
.by South Carolina genorally and tho
surrounding staion fool a gonuino in
terest is it. Tho preparations aro al
roady BO near completion aa to inauro a
vory handsomo ahow from the start. Wo
are roliably informed that exhibits for
tho exposition aro arriving at tho rato
of fifty oar loads a day. They oomo
from every part of tho oountry and ro .
prosont all tho loading industries. Tho
oolloetivo exhibits will form a fino
study and will havo a very stimulating
offoots toward tho dovolopment of South
Carolina and tho bouth gonorally.
Charleston ls making ampio propara
lions fo? tho host or vl?itors whom abo
is reasonably expeoti?g. Thoro aro
fow moro beautiful oltles and tho his*
torio metropolis of South Carolin? will
bo at its beat throughout tho ontlro
period of the exposition.
Elovon Hurt in Oollision.
Eloven people woro injured in a ool
lision Thursday night botweeu au no
oommodation and freight train near
Chunohula, on tho Mobile and Ohio
road. Only ono, a negro ilroman namqd
Collins, is boUovod to bo hurt. There
woro four oars of ntook attaohed to tho
freight trained and mott of it wai
OVERCOME IN AMINE
And B lieved to Havo Died fr? rY);|
Tho Min? Inipeotor of Weat Vir
ginia Among tho Party Be
lieved to Havft P? r??h?d
in the Mino.
A dispatoh from Bluofiold, W. Va.,
nays at olovon o'olook on Friday morn
ing Suporintondont Walter O Malloy, of
tho Pocahontas oollories company,
along with Stato Mino Inspector Wil
liam D/iest. A. 3. Hurst, ohiof coal
inspeotor for the Caataor, Curran &
Bnllitt oompany, of Philadelphia, Rob
ort St. Clair, ohiof coal inspootor, Mor.
ria St. Clair and William Oldham, sub
ooal inspectors, Frazier G. Boll, Min
iug'Eugiueor Cardwell, manager of tbo
Shamokin Coal and Coko oompany of
Maybury, W. Va., oomposing a party
of oight, ontorod thc west main of tho
Southwost Virginia Improvomont Oom
pany's oollorios for tho purposo of ex
amining tho truo situation in rogntd to
tho rooont explosion and flro in tho
Baby mino, and up to this h our -(12
midnight) have not boon hoard from.
It was supposed that tho Baby mino
proper had boon out off fr J m tho west
mino for tho purposo of operating tho
west mino. Tho largo fan in tho WQbt
mino bad boon startod at an carty hour
this morning and at ll o'olook today n
w?s thought that all gaaorf originating
from Uro in tho Baby mino had bo> n
foreod from tho main portion and it watt
ooasidored safo to ontor. A G p. m. a
party consisting of cxporionoud . minors
led by Assistant Suporintondont Ka g
entered tho miuo to rosouo tl o los'.' pir
ty of oight, but at 6.45 thoy roturned,
having encountered t uch quantities of
blaok damp as to make it impostiblo to
enter aay distance into tho mino, Supt.
King wai oomplotoly ovoroom > b/ tho
gas enoountorod and is now in a orbi
cal condition. A consultation is now
hoing hold in the ooinpa ty's < flio?s at
PooahocUs of tho difleront mining ex
ports from tho Flat Top ?old. theeo ox
ports having been rushed to Pocahontas
hy special train this aftorooon. All
efforts aro boiog und to roocvor tho
bodies of tho inspi'Ottog party, buv< no
hopes are ontorUincd that any of them
will bo rooovorod alive.
The scorotary and troasuror of tho
Southwest Virginia oompany is dirootly
in ohargo of all movotnonts nt tho
mines. The fleo that originally started
in tho Baby mino last Thursday corn
ing and whioh was eupposod to havo
boon under oontiol is now burning fu
All members of tho lost party are
promit.ont in tho coal Holds and tho ex
oitornont now prevailing at Pocahontas
ii inte oe, business having boon praoti
o'.lly suspondod. AU m cubers of the
patty aro married, eomo having, large
A8H0R? COTTON CROP
Over Half Million Bel?s Leos Thin
,.??>'? ... >''
Tho Gulf Pert Trading omipany has
sett out a compilation of eta<k<ti;s al
leging to give a oorrrot estimate cf tho
cotton orop of 1901 2. Wo havo no
way of Jidging of tho aoouraoy of thom
figures, yoi thoy aro presented and thoso
intorostod inay xnako their own dedao
Tho report, whioh shows that tho
crop this (-.canon will be short of tho
orop of 1900-1901, savs io part: "At
tho request of a number of our friends
among tho niill mon to submit to 'hom
tho rosult of our circular tf ii q'jiry of
Novcmbor 2, with regari io the yield
of tho ootton orop of 19DI 1902, wo
hfrcwith fubmit our cstinia'.o Tho
samo is baied on information received
botwoon tho 4th inst , and this' date
from 203 oil mills all over tho cotton
bolt. Wo add at the samo timo tho
yield of last year Eoas to ahow oloar'y
tho in?rense or el c. ovo ve of tho di tl r
No BAIOS No Biles
Georgia .1,295 000 1,420,000
Louisiana. 719,000 ' 790,000
Mississippi. .. 950,000 1,400.000
Tennossoo. 350,000 350,000
Arkansas. 762,000 ?25.000
Florida., 45 000 37,000
North Carolina.. 542,000 492,000
South Carolina.. 911,000 850,000
10.383.000 9 764 000
Florida. 8 000
North Carolina... 50,000
South Carolina..". . 61 000
746,000 "' 1,365,000.
"This shows that tho proneut orop
will bo 619,000 bales short of the orop
of last soason.
"A groat numbor of tho mills report
that owing to tho exceptionally fluo
weather iu October, and oarly"Novem
ber, tho orop has bcon ber vos tod so
far oomparativoly tnuoh faster, and
has also boen marketod on a much
moro liberal BOAIO tuan in paat year?.
Tho reports mako mention of the O.ot
that tho orop is vory light, abd that
frost has oouu'iod in tho last days
of October and oarly this mouth pret
ty generally all ovor the ootton bolt,
with tho oxooption of aoutb Texas," ;
Tho British bark Birnau Wood, from
Rio Janeiro, in ohargo of Mate Poe, ar
rived at Mehi lo Faid ay and roper.s that
on Nov. 18dl tho oaptain, na'tnad Mor
ris, killed tho vosol's ?toward. Tho
bodv was buriod at see. The oaptain
kept hifl ohbin. pacing up' and dowo;
Whoa informed that Baud Island light
was sighted Nov. 22, ho gavo tho* mato
the course, plokod up a spa load,'jump
od overboard and waa drowned.
Af ado a Haul.
'?? Announoomont wau made Friday that
thc Bank of-Livorpool- had.boou vio
tiwiaad by a trnstod bookkoopor to a
largo amount. Au ofttoial statement
issued by tho bank Haye that through
the dlnhonotity iud hotting tranaaotiona
of a bookkoopqr thoy may 1OBQ;?170,*
000, Tho Bank of Liverpool's sbarefl
fell 41 on tho stock oxohango today.
Tho dofaultor has not yet boon arroQt*
Vor nil form? of fovor tako .IOHN.<:<
tlinod liottor than qupnno ona doo? j
qo in 10 days. Wa sploiuIJa euroa oro
?indo by quinine.
C03TS 50 ?m
A Hlgh-louod Ohrlsllem IoBlltutlon,
Considered by pronitnout educators tin
, KduoAtea along all daes.
Dovolop? lutoheot aad oh tractor.'.
Gives poraonal. Individu d attention .to
Ha? a lat ge H t urton t body roproHoutiog
linn, Virginia, ?ad South Carolina.
Has a lot g lint of pleased patron?.
1 KxpouscK-Hoard $7; Tuition $4; MU?
Ilandsomo Building*-good rooms.
Gold awn, SH var in 1000 . if j
Tho report of tho director of
tho United States mint shows
that although tho war in South
African has reduced tho pro
duction of gold in that scotion
from $73,000,000 in 189?) to $9,
000,000 in 1900 this loss has been
in part offsot by a gain of $M,
000,000 in this country and in
Canada, abd the world's product
still aggregates the handsome
total of $257,000,000, or double
tbe aggregate ton years ago. As
tho industrial uses of gold aro
thought to call for barely $125,
000,000 a year, there romains as
much more to oxpand the cur
rency of tho gold uping coun
tries. This oxpansion is equi
valent to an increase of about 2
per cont a year upon the present
supply. In regard to silver tho
director of tho mint reports that
tho total production, measured
by ounces, was a trifle greater
than ever before, though its
commercial value was of course
loss than a decade ago. During
the last year, howover, says tho
report, the price of silver ad
vanced from 59 cents an ounce
to GO cents, tho cause of the in
crease being Eugland's pur
chase of $30,000,000 worth of
silver bullion for coinage into
rupees. These purchases, it is
remarked,, "seem to restore
India to somewhere near her
old position as a customer for
John 13. Bortholf, mauagor of ino
K?storn division of tho Western Uoion
Telegraph Company, at tho jersey Ci; v.
w*s errootod Thursday on tho ohargo
thst ho viM carrying on a "green
goods" hueiness. Tho oomplaint was
inado by Ohief Polico Murphy. 1W
polioo havo in (hoir possession several
oireularj sont to tho South and Wobt,
and thoy o'atm that they eau show that j
tho tohgtaphio replies from tho pron
ptotivo viotiros went direct to Bortbo f.
Won't Run for Congress.
Gov. MoSwooney when a&kod Fridij
by a Stnto ropertor tho plain quoin-on
as to ?bother ho would bo in tito fool
for oongeces in tho Second district noxv|
BUOD.inor,-in fojordauoo with tho H'OJ?OP
going tho rounds of tho proas o? the
State, otnphatiotlly doolarod that bo
would not. Ho said : "Pioaao oay that
1 am not and v?ill not bo a candidate
for oongress from the Si.oor.d congres
Cure for Malaria.
For all forms of Malarial poison
ing take Johnson'5 Chill and Fever
Tonic. A taint of Malurial poison
ing in your blood moans misery and
failure. Blood mcdloinoscAU'touro
Malarial poisoning. Tho antidoto
for it ls JOHNSON'S TONIC;
(Jot a bottto to-day.
testa jo fisnts |t |t Cures.
??|We want ono hundred moro atudenta'^?t
ouao to oomo and complete our business or
shorthand oouraoa and aooept good poaitlona
Immediately after graduating Ia ordor to
givo all aa opportunity to grasp this apooial
oiler at onoe, we trill pay full-railroad fare,
and take good uotos cr cfit co vrork aa part
payment of tuition; also ssouro ohoap board.
Write at onoe for full information.
Columbia Business College,
COLUMBIA, 8. O.
W. H. NEWBERRY, Prosidont.
For the M.
?ooker T. Washington." !
Written by himself' Everybody buya;-agenta
are now making evor $100 por mouth; btjst
book to sell to oolored pooplo ever published.
Wi ito for terms, or send '?A oents for outfit
and bogia At oaoo, Ploaso mention ?aid
paper. Addreaa J. L. NICHOLS,
Or more appropriate as a Birthday or Xcuaa
Gift to Tither, brother, sweetheart or Bon
tuan a box of
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$2.26 box-pOAtago prepaid.
Ordor dlreot and get fresh gioda at lo weat
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ada when quality ead workmanship Ja.con
Mall orders will rcoe'lvo prompt and oajro
fut atteutloa. "p%
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tarrh, Asthma or Bronchitis. Wo gus.,autos
au absolute and permaiiieat o ur o of Catarrh
and ii is tho onl> known roiuedy for for Hay
If your druggist or grooora doei not koop it
writo KE-td Co., Atlanta, Ga., for the sam-:
J plo. Trado supplied by MunnAV Daua Co.,
I Columbia, S. C., and oona Daua Co., Char
lenton, fl. (J.
(hn (VA WiUptirohai
3)0 W 8loKbu8fy?f
? i v<v io bo wall um
ptirohaio a hret-olass, sin
iando and up to Jato;
I Nothing ohoap or Bhoddy, but a Harness that
will last. Seat auy-waere by Expresa COD
I if $ I OJ is sent wita order. Or will ship by
I freight it $o' ?0 is sent with order.
r &'p ttAiiNii?s co,
Box 807; Ori>ngeburg, b. C.
Mumu !?.n?.????illnA?'..?lii. ?il
$2,000.00 IN QOL?)V0IVBK AWAt
to our agents besido$/iho regular commis
sions, for selling our ?pleudid une HOLIDAY
BOOKS fer-1001. No big ptiica to a few,
but avsav AUHN? got* a ?luirc. -'Ftfteen yearaV
buflinoss rooord 0,10k of tiuno?'or. Handspike
eamplo-oaso oulflt ohly 86 ocntti, dellvcrod.
Order outfit, and atonto o?cioo of territory
I atonoo. Address D. E, li?THt?U VU ii. CO.
- Anama, Ga.
You eau do so by Kotfclnfr ono bf our Furn- '
lyMouloluo Casoa, and "x'tio Homo Piiya
clan." Tliosot aro ?.4Aotlvo Prluolplo". (nor, ,-.
wholo Drug) Modtotnos, all Physicians uso
them for (pitok and sure result. No. l Onso
185.00, No. ls, caso $!l,00, OooK froo with oithor
onay; oaeh Caso owuor outltlod to froo oon
! sultatlou from this omeo. Write for froo
i sftinploa ot our 4,Aftor ninnor Pill," lt euros
Stomach and Livor dlsoasoa. Agonts Want
Ioa ? : ? r ? ?
THU HOMt? HEMEDY CO
eiO-^OAu?tolOi'ldir., Atlanta, ,0a.
Po you suffer from
. Indiito?tlo?, Dys
pepsia, .-ff ant 0 t
Appetite, Los?.of Strougth, Ltok of.Eaorgy,
&o? Take a fow.doses of
'8 mOH J!Pi#
A Gen?lrto Blood Tonio.
I THE MURRAY DR?J Co, Columbi*, H. C.,
Are you eufforlng from unnatiiiral di;H
ohargeti. We will ouro you in ? Uaya ov to
fund y mr money. T?ko Dr Muhley1*' Im
jcotiou; priei 60) eaoh, sont a?ywheroon vo
oolptofprlo?. OHS, A. HOl?AFt?UU, iO'W
Oroos ?t,, Ballimore, Md.
Eduoato for Business . . .
OhtvdoBtpn Oommorci?t Soh?ol.
(Y M O A BulUUne;.)
K?NG ?lreat, - r Ohatl?stoU? g., ?
flyHd for Oataiosuo;and tornis,
li^?0Vj? AT' ? ? ? ! L:? .