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Twelve o'clock midnight.
From far ill ross the country comes a
dull, holiow, reverherat ng boom-the
signal gun of the Spanish forces.
Slowly, tlmostp painfull3', the Cuban
patriot flung ick his light blankel,.
gazed upwatrd for a moment at the
burning mass of stars in the heavens.
then fell back again to dream of
bloot'y charcs made by the gray
dragoons of Spain. and of their repulse
by the sturdy Cuban machetetrs.
" Surely not aigain, Sellor Captati n'
One inubt indeed he cool to think b.)
lightly of a task like ours."
"Viva CubL Libre: You are right,
I'edro-w, must he uip and away."
This time the young Cuban sprang
to his feet anlrid shook iiinsulf ts thougIt
timt was at pulishienlit for his Iilomtienl
tary forkgetitlnss. As ti two yolinog
menl stand side by sil( itn tite boIt lu-l
low iT, of the tmtn, it is eaiey to see
t .t hey are not of ile lower caste ot'
y. ij i ro's, a party tihat cotit prises a large
kiivt iotn of tlhie patriot Itriny, but of the
Ciban planter, a gentlemtrian of the
Hoth are armed with small artms
alone, though their appearatnc3e inli
cates that they have seen military
" Now is the time to read our gen
etral's instructions, 'edro ; the Setnot
lays great stress upion 11ou aictionis to
nil lt, and knows at thhi very hour WL
are Iov ing towtird the forces of thei
eleimty to aiccoiplish a pllrpose tlt
pelllty of which, if we atr etiuglht, i:
As the speaker ceased, lie drew i
sealed p)lckage from benieath the fOld.
of his *asli.
" in ferno !" lie continued a tmotmeni
later " the general i. terse arid seidt
tusi out to do much against great odd:.
The spy, he stays, is a guartded priol r
in the Spanish caip, bI, Iis where
abou ts lie kniows not,: and yet we at'e
to liberate hii alt tire risk of o0i- own
lives, and when we have accolplihr
ed this, receuio any eward we tlay
" Carranit ha .''aentinlo. 1-1h1 te-rin:
lire g-ood. TWO o thre111-e hunldired
dou i-oolis w illsatsfy ile: lettOs hasten.'
Iti sIoth you ak righlt.. tie job
is a prolitable olehi. hlt, th f night is ill
oinellted. Whiat -are we Ior gold when,
tie liberty of Ciiha is at -take
" Io you forgel. S1 n1re that. SiMnlih
11ilt l Will re a e he . n ri l)
.stlt wit,h wil ich t h t'I\ban pti riols
wili win their frdi n-:-t
''Ni, I 'ed ae: ht dloC's lot LIte "O'ie'lal
t~iri iive.r al o ii .srate grbi L.i thre
iuLe hiring ex-pd itioo O
1, i t' Ir1 ai ill Il s eaget nles. to
aid inl. co n'i . i citt 1,Lioug , will
ire tl. !t:V. -tl'ie rr e. \'ilti nro, tUban
aih the:-tt' el ndifoce:,of Cubila. nriria'
Who r 1n e a, , w. nt lti o q lit is oin oIur
"I ~i, th. 'v :, I 'd~ ro -w hy shoulh
or' eaelor 13k' 1u .'e hIl:r colitrion
pla-1ceC inrtctt'ere inl h \i \hint Iir.'t lie
briebedl thet auhjt toille Ie wept,
likec a clilde,: alrrd lililpiried~ mtie ill t.be~
nalita of I leaitten toi 'auve hiitn, l'edro,
Ihe re is a mtery~t here.''
"I douht, it ntl, S,'not' : anld idl lie
".\b, riot i nce: nor did f quaestionit
him i, lhe wa ao ui:r'oughlt up witlh grie f.'"
" ' i Thre Ilightis of the Spanish
eaton p, Va len tinro; we w ill hialt, lierte;
thle tuor it is d isapplea'rig, the stars
aire falliig, aold it will stilon bi dlark.''
" A fortun te for 1 ariud red brave
inaeheti'eus now '\oni ecampj would
nto: l'nk sor ieti anid peacaefulh, Il'edro,
"JTnierr, at' inr.t I'h h ill has lhidrn
t t' -tale irbn ' aTie tine uOa re looki~,
\'ah'nt~iino, beforet: we leave on ai deb
Iertide ?2amie rof erianrc.''
eaisti'w'a r1 toiwardi ti le iturgntt coun-i
try, and tii' n lio thei we'stwa'd at the
tw inrklinrg l ights ai mile lit .-o otf on the
" Will they bre thner'e-tlio horses ?"
whispler'ed t-he one wh had n~ likened
thei' task to a gaine of charice.
"lie is a trite Ciuban atid will niot fal
us in the hoitr of tnied : if lie doe0(s, Godl
pit y thre spry-antI uis."
" l'ardiiion i' m.S Seur. imall nee d to
worryi' now~i ; it all hiatngs by aL threadLI
anlyway. evetn the r'rbiellion. Tihe
dIentlh oif .\larti wakenI i led ou:1 (Mil
soniiewhaii , t t the d ireaded3I fever'
cobii inedlI wIth the pratriots should yet
mior'e than mhatch the' homeui tyrantit."'
''IfI one of us shounad fril to night,
I ed to andti be Iceft hen aind w i tir a piece oif
badl in hIs heart. re' errr-r thre dutly
if aiIll <mraiih- anid f rn arid send the
1* ii !:s ti tLnai failei n n-'s iromc.''
* : itndanraio~in I , nor, do riot talik
50 desponden-ttly'. It is grouwuing dark
andil the chiills creep-; up imy back hike
slimIry reptiles. If anyone dlies to-night,
it, w rIl be me, tmar'k it, Valeni Ino.''
" ' 'g It '" shuidder'ed th e other'. '" We
are. bo0th griow ig suipermsti tiours."'
"Aye, supherstitious, butt nit, coward
ly. Neveri i, as fiar back as thre Cespedos
been found a cowaird, and now
tielf i upon one knee and raised his hatnd
a- ai "ti of wairrnin g. ile listoned
aittiel.t' ely~ for' ai fit mIniinute, then
A ',endiuel," he exelatimed In a
whiper .I have a pIltn) to over-'
Iio werI thnis iu'id tand foirce hiIm to
betg lhe prositiori of the contined
"Gooi~d' I ere are the clips --on1CC
tw ice, air, thr'ee timies. I go.''" 'l'edr
ticept away atid dia', lca-e In te
With taxe nrvyesthe waiting Val
his tilttobard radyat the leatL~
caill to lend hris comrade assistancec
S w y.aiIri.t w itlh the tartdinoss o1
hoots LI : litanrurtes passed by.
nhttered, iam a lorw whistle was bor'n, tc
Stretehiry Ihis limbs to give them
thielir 'onar strengthn anid su Ippleness
thu insu,';.grmt hurried otY ini the direc
'r n of the- cnnd. ie had niot ad-I
vanced fat' before hie discovered Pedrc
Li no rlg over the prosti'ate form of thc
"Have you killed himn, Senor ?" he
"Nir, the fellow Is only scanred and
has aiready given us the desired in.
formaiition. ''he one we are in search
of Is coi ined in a tent just outside the
General's headquarters up on thes hill
Vndewher'e you see the three red(
help me bind and gag him,
it took but amomer.t to make1 the
p)risioner secure, and the two were ora
their way agaIn. The general's teni
wats less thran aL quarter of a mile dis
t aut but the gr'eatest precaution was
nece'Pimry in dodiging the *entinelu.
"There, at last I believe We- ar
safely inlothe'1Rnis, SonorPl
" Arto !" (halt) cried a low firm voice
Bfioth came to a dead stop, but the
quickwitted Valentino was equal to
the emorgency. The carabinero who
had so suddenly changed the tido of
events stood with his gun at, his should- t
vi it dozol feet to the right.
We are friends, Senor."
Give the countersign."
" That we cannot do ; but we must
see the general to-night, as we have
important information. -ere is a per
mit that has passed us thus far-ac
for yourself, that it is not a fraud," and 0
tihe Cublan ho0ld out the letter.
Taken oil' his guard by the apparent
frankneSs of the man before him, the h
uinhuspecting carabinero allowed the
butt,of his rile to fall to the ground,
and stieteed forth his hand for the
Thee was aiw rigt, hasih of steceI as
it pass,-d sWiftly thri'ou gh the ail r.
"' 'e night hits its victims, iutter
ed Valentino as he wiped oil and
sheathed his blade. "1 'Tis some poor ,
mother's sOin, hiardly beyond the limits fl
of boy iood yet, and stii it lad to be 1
"kAnd a tuaistely stroke that did it
--riglt to tihe heart, senor, without a
Tie captain c ld saiy no m ore ;it)
teasi Were inl his eyes, and iv wished
that Line htehilih wvork were uiidoite.
lie could hardly SInppress a sob ao lie
thought of tle aged Itother or) Ithe
(ther side of thei sell. witillg an11d pray
ingnr foir a ston that wiu (I 1 . I'n v ur In'.
.h, thre anyuih )f i.hat mome t. 01
Suthienl ie halted, for ahead of I
himl, rot a ltrIun rIods, wits tib tent for t
wh- ewa .P-hn.ledro re0-d
intited a fe .' sLtJP behind to guari
a1gain ni'e, and aln,1e ti birave s
rIAbel CN ptain erept upt to the canvas d
1Ialip s I
'it-r' iwa- a inht inside lie pecred o
inl. ITtere ipn a hunile of blankets,
with m,1 mid feet securely bound a
hy --nt a nain. but tine form of a hi
b f ti fui i r:. h
I-')or a m - it h11e could hardly believe t
hivyes-. Wt a- Ih .-y ? 11
liike a ish of lightning the truth
dawnei over iim; ithe, had solved the
" oi~t~ ta : Ito called, softly.
Ther L was a stitr among the blankets
and a aie., swOt face, with soft, dark
enrlis clingiIg about it like a veil, was
raised fromi' it Ilard pillow.
" A friend to aid you one Who has V
your Welfare at heart." c
The g irl raised herself still Iigher: It
but not a sound escaped her lips. It U
wias not, necessary, the soft eyes alone I
told thev ,torv. I
Softly \'alentino crossed to the pallet
-swiftly h10 severIed the (o'rde that
bound her tendur limbus-and swiftly s
ite caught her lovely form il Iis ILIms8
amd d ashd into the opelI ir.
I wis all over in a minute, for the
Cuba hatt 11( tih r'owvn canuLion to) the w intds;
h is only thoug htt-htis only purit'puso was
to con~ivey ihis pii'Couts charge to a plaeoC
of safety. A las Ithat his haste was to
pro'Ive so fatal.
"Arto !Who goes thero ?''
TJhe shnep'l rattle of a caritilne rang
out on tihe stillI night altr, and the catup
"Courage, Sonorita, we will pass
thetm yet..I l'edro. lit), Podiro !
"i H re, Senor., liasten, the horses 1
arni In thle hnollow just beyond the hill.'"
I t, was a r'ace for Ilife anti the pattr'iots1
woui. Hiardly13 were they mountotd and
off be.'fore' a doz.en or1 more carabinle ros
r'ushed ittt the hollow.1
"Cabal lo : Caballu !" they eried, andit
d iscihar'god thiir weapons.
"Can you hold your seat, Sonorita :s"
the captain asked as he rode up beside
"\Withi canto," she answeredi bravely,
smiling faintly through the gloomt.
"1Thecy are' on horsos'and inl pursuit,
Senor'. I feat' wo are lost !" interrIupt.
"V Why so, comrado ?"
" Benuso, l-1---Valentino, the girl's
horse is (lying !"'
T1hte Captin lurched in his saddle as
though strucik by ai blow. ot' the fIi'st
time hi' noticed the spaismotdic leaps of1
the mtaldon's steed, anid the gr'aduatl
lagging of its pace.
Still on they sped ; lve-tcn--lifteon
milnutos, andi they began to enter' the
hIlls. Th'ie wounded hor)Ise was fast
losing strength, but still tihe ntole
animalt plunged on till it's hteart hburst.;
anud wvitn an agoiing groani it stum-t1
blod and fell dead.
In a moment Valentino hnatd the giril
on his own mount, antI was tdasing
away ini pur'sult of Pedro.
"Cour'age, Senorita,'' hie murt'ni mured
softly, andit pre'ssed heri closet' to itis
breast, ncstling his face among her'
beatuti ful waving curils.
That fattal bullet zipped clos~e to the
CaptaIn's hea~d, and was instanttly fol
lowed by a heavy fall.
"Comart tada, are you hurtt ?"
Thl'at tone soletmn word wvas utter'ed
wvith a paLthtos that hoded ill for' thi
perpej)tttors5 of the tdee.
"oh, ye hellish dlastards, ye tramnp
let's of hum iani rights, may you fl * ih
t'ot antI youri b'ones decay~ in eve rv
h idden swamplI atnd r'eess of Cuban~, at n'
mayL3 the powerII of desphOtie Spnaini
sink beneath the hilIlows of tilt stea,
cart'ying with it every v'est ige onf tine
accursed niation. l)ios. O)h, l 'ed ro,
my comrdo-m frind.
fugitives noand wihalast ilok It
is beloved comrade the ecaptini struckI
his spurs deep in htis horse'5's llanik aund
SCour lago, Senorita, cou rage,'' he
whispered over antI ov'er againi.
"Tiher~e yet romialins tone fi nal resort, if
all other fail. I will save you-hIave
you faith ini me "
An lin11 antswe'r the girli would lift hter
ot face antd say:
" Paith unbounded. You are a Cubant
Never before hatd the younrg Cuban
boon placed in such a critical p)osition.
If it had not been for his beautiful
charge, hie would have turnted back
and (d1e( brav'oly, lighting over thet
body of is slalin comrade, l3ut this
gir'l with the lovely waving hair and
the glorious eyes had cast a spell1 Over
hinm which was not easily thrown off -
Ihe was moro than life to him now.
" Oh, my God, they are gaining on~
usn, Senor ! See ; they level their p)ieces a
-they fire !"
down fno ! the horse is struck--he is
don C ling to me, Senorita."
The quarry was n'un to earth ; Valon
tine's last resolve was shattered ; he <
could not now forfeit his ownl life for <
that of his comlpanion. But bloodt
- aould flow as free as water in that
lark, gloomy pass before he would
illow himself to be taken captive.
What was that ?
A terrific explosion, a stream of
lu iveriug flame S hooting out from that
mpenetrable mass of darkness, and
,ho foremost dragoon tumbles from his
iorso, as lifoless as the weather-boaton
ocks about him.
" Viva Cuba Libre !"
And they are saved.
* * * * * *
Tihe next day the insurgent band
arried the general's daughter and
ior bravo rescuer in triumph back to
lie rebel camp ; and with his darling
-the doomed spy claspod close to his
reast-the old man implored God to
our forth t,ho blessings of Heaven
pon the heads of the two heroes, both
ving and dead.
And to-day Valentino is at the head
f his macheteers, leading them on to
ictory and freetom, while in a peace
il villa back in the hills Is a beautiful
irl, a spy, waiting and watching for
im, her loved one, to return.
A FlUEND'S LOVING TRILBUTE.
he Jeautitul ECxpressiolnlt otan Hon
OrableI FrIendsh81ip) Bet.ween IMen.
In this age of hurry, bustle and sol
;hness iiie seldom stop to show deeds
real friendship. It is for this rea
>n that some11 writers call friendship
a lost art." When an act of true
iondship is manifested it delights
e hearts of all true men, charming
Mo the sweetest music.
One of the most prominent mon that
is ever lived in our town was iGen.
>hn ). Kennedy, Last spring death
uched him and he was not-for God
id taken hin. While living he and
r. Mantles Baum scomed the closest
friends. They were continually in
icl other's company. For each other
icy had nothing but kind words and
ving deeds. No sooner did tho sad lid
gs roach Mr. Baum that (en. oionne
it was dead, than he ordered his store
osed in respect to his metiory. It
as not opened unti' the body of the
ad hero was sleeping uit tder the
ladow of the trees in our lovely city
MAl. Baui's friendship did not stop
the silent grave. In his heart there
icred the angel of devotion. To
onor his departed friend he ias given
it Presbyterian church a beautiful
larble memorial. Upon it, in letters
rgold, appear theso words
In Memory of
G1-;NEiRAr JohN DoIy Ki-:NNEAoY,
January 5, 1810;
April 1-1, 1896.
''rom early Ianhoniod he was a de
Oted aidI earnest mnemlfbr3i' of this
hi urch, alnti served it faithfully both
s deacon aud ruling elder. lie was
speilly 3 beloved )y the young peo
lo of the church, and as the zealous
iacher of a large Biblo class had ren
'red valuable service. lie was taikcen
roimi us in his primie, and when he
ceUtd mtost needed.
" Thela Voice al midight11 camei,
lie started u til he)liar:
.\ imrt arrowv piercell hii famc.
hic fell, but ielt ino fear."
TJruly thiis wvorthty deed of Mr. l3aum 's
loeserv.es the ht ihest comiimendation.
'rly 1hIo has demtioinstratedl, that with
lm, friendshi PIs more than ain emp lty
"\ A lbaim lhat hills to, sleep,
A shadite that iollow.'s wiealh o'r lame
At. d leaves the w remtch to weep."
Witht bim friendship is a boon of
icaveni. it it his noblo1 mind takes
belight aned pidiu. Fior years to c'omet
Ithis miemori al wvill keep Gen. Ken
ldy's nante fresh in the mineds of outr
>eople . and1( as5 long as thatt solid and
tr citnarbIlo enitd tres, it wvill be a muon
uent, of the frieindship of M lannes
l'llI)MON'" i10tIY flAYS.
L'hne Grave ot' a Itevolti ontary lIero
anti I'tilot Wh Wa) ~'s Killeil on
Ablouit a ilI and a half from I 'icd
noint just beyond i tehobotht church on
Jie Il'eizor- road iandi on a knoll back ini
in oak grove, stands an1 ordinary pllankh
touise tltat was built, by General Itobert,
M'.axwell either juist before or just
ufter the llevolutionary' war. L'This was
Jhe home of General Mlaxwell dttrineg
sh trying timtes between the Whigs
tnd Tiories in the days of our revoliu
ion, so trad itiin tells us.
General .l axwellI represented the
I ppor polrtion of South Carolina in the
irst Continental Congress, and this
:aused the Blritish gover-nment to set,
price upion his hecad, along wvi tt sutch
non as Wash Ington, Alarion, si uter
tnd others. ie wvas a mtan of brain
vi th briioaid'~1 viws, pentrtatinrg inrd,
mnd forever wedded to hiis counittry antd
Sprotcector of her liberties. 'ITough
i rte it, anid gootd mart w hose intcimor)
e all lo Itve to c her ish Itand respect, hto
X as it per mi i ttcd to I i v.o on t, It is alot,
cil 11ll111her of I ays, bitt, wa'ts cut, downi
iini al vil hou~r by an uinseent assassin's
tand. IIlis decath happened in this
say. (Onme day in the year 1la hle nad
th t tt bu iness to aittetnd to att old1 'ent
li.ton an ithile startetd Ott htis jouriney,
0!llowiing an old Inediani trail that
misif d-I hrough whe lc I'i edm oit tniow
taiid s t~iti erossedl tbc ri ver on t~be
ho~al wherce lho damn is built. Wheni
t'oiieacd the river* on his wnty ai manui
inis~d als an I id ian shot him, andI
te .Jho frotm the wound. lie was a
r.rge'I hitd owneri i, and was buim ed by
orrow intg relativens aind friends in ant
11k g rove oin itis ow u premtises, that
tow he longs to air. Itli nart.
I vis.itedI his toimb in Mlay andi founed
t i a slecnn idI state of pr eservaition.
Jver the grave was a founidationt of
tonie, sceiinrly laid iintmarter, then
ouri'yeay giranite slabs, apparenitly
bree or four inebmc tes thiic k andi tt hrec
ccet, id ie, were set upl edlge ways on
hItis fountdaition anid cetmnted together:i
het cia yer ilarge slab thtroo inchtes
hick tind thr ee and a half feet wide by
evcit feet hantg was plaiced on top ''o
Icotect. the s ide s and g roun d work,
vhicht it. has dlone so aditirably well
hat it looks today as sol iu as wvheit
lit, thter., nearly a ctuiry ago. Thte
lab mi top1 bears the filllowing in ,
er ip tion:
it Meomory Of
Whto Diled In 1797.
lie was a Whtig, a Soldier and
Tro my~ mid no gr-ander tributo
ould be paid to the memory of any
ion of Anmerlia than has beon paid to
imt in these few words. Surely noth
ng mioto could be saId to exalt him in
he mind of all tre Americans or per
'tuato his memtory to comIng gon.
ratIons. And passing frotm the story
I his life andl tragic death, we look up
0 Him who doeth all things well and
ncekly slay, "Thy will be done."
Basis of 'ros4)4.'-iV
Walter Hioward iin AtlataN .lotral.
A short stay in New 'ork will eonl
viIce any observant Southerner that
the part which the penny plays in life
in this great center of p)opuIation LC
counts, in a greatt mlieasure, for the
fact thatt tlere is such I vast accuinu
la1tionI Of wealth h10-e0eab0Uts. It will
also convince, bin that the South and
the Vest loso a great deal by virtue
of the fact that the penny plays no
part in thoso sections as a nedium of
barter and trade.
Up here the )onny, the insignificant,
contemptiblo little copper cent, that
nobody will touch in the South. that is
scorned as beneath consideration and
cast into Northorn-made slot niachines
or any other convenient receptacle as
totally unworthy of ownership, is a
powerful factor in the upbuilding of
fortunes, in the maintonanee of whole
families, and in the conduct of the
largost, as well as the smallest
branches and chiannels of business.
Prom the newsboys, whose single
standird and unit of value is the penny,
to the greatgt. department stores of
this metropolis, which scale all their
prices to the iowest penny's concession,
the cOpper cenlt plays an execedingly
ilportant part in the daily course of
In the mattoe of the street venders'
trade it is an all-powerful factor. ],n
the South if you want an apple or oven
two applIes to eat as you walk or at
your denk, or if you fancy a banana or
a ioar, or a few peanuts, .ou must
buy at least live cents worth of them,
receiving three or four apples, as
many bananas, two or three pears, and
enough peanuts to make yourself and
all of your friends sick. You must
take on this large stock or go without
the dainty. The vender will not hear
to selling less than live cents worth of
aything, arid ou lA compelled to
buy three times what you rea.: y want.
The difference up here is quite
marked. The penny, as I have said,
is the unit of value vith these fakirs.
An apple, a pear, at banana, a block of
peanut candy, and Innumerable other
(It licacies can be had for the in- ignili
cant cent. You do not miss the outlay
and yet get all that you wish for the
timo being. Two results follow. People
here get what they want chcaper and
trado is vastly stimulated by the fact
that you can buy so little at a tine
that you do not miss the amount spent.
Both sides-the Purchaser and the
seller-are bonelited by the system
and both are thoroughly satisfied with
But greater than this the penny 4
the basis of fortune up here. It is at
admonition of frugality's advantages,
It teaches the saving habit and emipha
sizes in a really wonderful manner thc
value of nickles and dimes and dollars,
Never can a Southern man lppr
Ciate the expression, " a dollar looked
as big as a cart wheel to him," until bC
gets up 1here asnong these ponny-sav
Tho penny habit does not stop witl
the Is,, of tile Cent itself, blt cuts tc
the half cent and even further. On
all of t lie ferries and on the cable cart
over Blrooklyn bridge the fare for a
singl trip is three cents. if you buy
two tickets at a timi1 you get them fo
26 cents each, saving at half cenit, or
one who1l01 cent on the two tickets. i
you buy six or 12 at a time the savingj
is larger ini proportion. SO) even thet
half cent cuts its swathl inl tinanial
toperautionls. Theli minKtena~nc(e of thlat
su1por'> mionulmenit to engineerinig sk il
ami gen ius-the Broo~klyn bridge-il
basedC~ upon the half cent, such great
Pwoperties as the Now York World and.
New York J1ournal are buildied by the~
i nsign i icant hal f-cenlts that are mathe
on1 the sale of each copy to the news
comllpan ies, the great Statue of Liberty
that, stanlds Onl [ed loe's ishi nd, furnish
ig i nspliration to the uni311verse of
liberty lovers, was itself made uip by
its pionnuies of the l rencha bour'geousie.
The South and her c'people and the
prolligate West should both cultivate
the "'penny haibit. It, has laid the
foundatioin of thu last/s soli wo ~ealth.
It has buiIled thiousandos of homes and
mad~e men of small beginnings ind
poendent up In this neck of the wolods
and It will do0 as inuch for' the peoplek
of other sections if they will but give
the " contempiltibloe opperi " tihe con
sidoreation that it, deserves anti for
which it prlomises5 so haindsomo a ro
H-ow~ 'L'O CURu .\ CA RllUN(i.:. --As
soon as the swelling cornmnices, make
a salve of equal pats of white pine
turpenitinle (w hich is a gumt) andi new
unsaltedl butter. Nelt slowly together
and thicken with wheat flour until of a
cons istencey whIich can ho easily spread
with a knife. Spread the salve on a
piceo of green leaf, or on toil silk--somec
substance whiich will not absorb the oil
from thbe salve, and will leave it dry,
and wvillI cover t~bc swelling. To keep
the salvo ini place, over it pla1ce a
largei piece tof white mnusl in, aroundt
the edge of whliich att intervals hats
beeni put soime ad hesivye p1laster.' i tIhis
salve is usedi early e noughI, it, maly pre*
vent the grm~oth of the carbuner, but
if not, chianige the salve Lw ice ecel day
Lemly 1w tashin g the swelling wiLlh cas
tile soal) ando waurm water. It nover
needs to be lanced w hen treatedl in thiis
waty, and th CPatin is g reatly reduced.u
Wi'hen thbe carbiunicle seemiis to have
di sch arged about alil it, will, d iscon
tinute thit use of tibe salve and cover
the503 sor wi th a cloth spread w itLh fresh
mutton tallow for a few dayn ; then
witLIh the miiusl In only, to plrevenlt takinig
cold. If now butter cannoi~t 1)0 obtin
edl, puro fresh lard may be subhstittuted,
but, thle bu1ttor is far preferable. i
keep a suply~)I of whilto pine turpoentine
mn a tin box. and miix as needecd.
TJh is salve can he uised for boils, and
is espiecially useful in treating felons.
I f appl)1ied as soon as the felon Is Ii rst
fr It, it will provent its growth. It Is
aLIso very illcacious in treating broken
n'east, reduceing tho swell ing and pain
in a few hours.
I f in aniy case a growth of proud flesh
shloulId begini, it cnn be imediately
checkea by the application of alume,
pireparedc~ in the following way:I ilae
on the stovo a small lump of altmi: it
will melt,, thenm bubble, and will soon
settle dlowii Iighltand w hitu. l'tlvorizo
a simlal tiartity of this andI apply it.
Cover wvith cloth ont wich lelIs mutton
tailow. \Vash once a (lay. It will soon
- -Minut, Diretor Preston says that
sinlce .J lury I lhe has paid into the
treastury ab~out $3,000,000 as the result
of the seigniorago acecuring from silver
coined. Most, of the silver coined this
year has been coined since July 1.
Since that (late It has been the purpose
1.o coIn silveor at the rate of $3,000,000 a
month. All the mints are now coining
silver- almost exclusively.
-A conltemp)orary as5ks "IDid you
ever notico how sensitive are the ears
fa woman In church to the crying of
someO other woman's baby, and how
dheafor than a pest she is when her
ewn oifspring sets up his piercing
THiS PECUIAlI CAMPAIGN.
One of Its Finny 1ncidents Relatet
id Voutched fir oy a Kansas News
The following is a true story illus
trativo of the peculiar political changoi
going on :
i)own tat Cold water there is a bankei
who hias boen a lifelong Dmocrat. Al
Wichita ho has a lifelong chun thal
has been a lifelong to publican.
They visited each other two or throc
times a year, and most of their tim(
wats put in trying to convince caot
other that they were wrong politically
rho Wichita man met the Cold watei
man last winter. and he appealed t(
him strongly to come over to the 1te.
publicans and find salvation and thai
peace of mind that it brings. The
Coldwater man could not be persuaded
Finally the Democratic conventior
wits held at Chicago, with results fam
iliar to everybody.
The Coldwater man changed hit
politics and became a Republican. H(
felt good, as every Democrat does wh(
sees the errors of his ways. le coulh
not keep his joy to himself, so he tooli
the train and camte posto haste to Wi
chita, and went direct to the home o
" Well, IEd," sad he, reaching oul
his hand, "I feel good and could no
hell) coming up to tell you about it."
"That's it- -another boy Y"
Struck a gold mine ?"
It's better than that."
Rich uncle died, ei "
What, has your mother-in-law lot
Well, it's nearly as good as that.'
" What is it, for goodness sake Y"
I have seen the error of my ways
I have turned Republican and am hur
rahing.for McKinley. Shake on that
Ile didn't shake, but hung his head
" Why, ELd, old boy, what's the mat
ter with you ? Why don't you shaki
and weleoio me into your ranks Y"
" If you want to, bo with i politi
cally," said Ed, " you'll have to changi
" \Vhat do you moan ?"
" I mean simply that I have change,
nyself. I am hurrahing for Bryal
-The New York Tinies says "Al
thiougih the number of names added t
the pension list during the last lisca
year exceeded the number that diE
appeared from it, the commissioner o
pensions thinks it may now be " safel,
assumed " that, the roll will show i
stoady diminution, as the rate of mor
tality of those who served in the wa
is rapidly Increasing. If we were t
judge by the loegevity of soldiers b
the pension list, it would be some
thing astonishing, for that has steadil,
increased ev .r since the war, througi
the merciful interposition of a bencli
cent Congress, which may yet agaii
rarrest tie increasing rate of imortalit
for pensionors, is not for soldiors. It i
something that the disbursements har
conmc witnin the enormous appropria
Lion of $1 10,00U,000, but we observ
that the estimate tot the next fisca
year -is the sano amount, notwith
stan~ling the promised diminution c
A D~anly Thing to Sell!
I havte been'i doing so wetll this summ tier set
ing combil~iattin <tliets thbat I I hinik it is m
tity to tell othores abiotit it.. I have nout, itnati
the' iietr v:in tje used as a fruit jiar lier.
Pilii dliipper; a thu sttraitner; a titunnl;
antd at 'itt 1.tit'tsit're. Th'Iese t'iglht- iffer..n
ttst's tmakes theo dIipper stuch a net'essar ar. t ,ti
alt .t t it. sells it niarly'13 every houise
its it is so t'heaitp. Vou vinn get a si lltunpl
seiiil ng, its I d id, 18-two- vent stampals to par
po stag, tc., to W. H1. Hiatid & C'o., Station, A
Pit Itbur-gh Pat., anda they wtil mtai you a dlip
peri itaid youa ctan go tight to work. Anty ona
cant titake $3 or $4 a ay ttny where. A R EAD Elta
-Texas has a boy burglar who is in
cdrr'igiblc. Some time ago the boy'
father who was in jail, escaped ant
afterwards died froma exposure whiil
lying out in thre Ried river. bottoms ti
elude the oflli's who were after bin
TLhe boy began his career about twi
years ago by stealing a cow, which b<
subscri uuntly traded to a ncgr'o womnai
for half a dozen chickens. Threi
motlahs ago he stole two horses, fo
whicha Ire was placed in jail, but thi
pleradinig of his. mother secured his re
lease.. iHucently he was caught bur
glatriiing a house. All hopes of rfernr
have now been abandoned, arnd for hi;
last oflnse he will be prosecuted to the
extet of the law, which means a tern
in the state pr'ison.
Marry This Girl, Somebody!
I have beotn rending in your paper abou
several men anti womalin that have be en vet'
saucessflti selling self-hting llat-larons, tin
I concaludited I wotulds80 wht it gir'l cotuki dlt
I hauve worked 2 datys ando hrave sold 15t i ron
and hlaavo:U d. olla h t' afitter payin lg atli ex
lpanses. IEveriybody isdaelightled wit t the i rot
andti I st'l on attcilmaost cvoi'y piat I show
:ts peopille li ink ,t hey cant't atlordt to libe witih
untitie its thtey save' so much fueol uad timi
andti dton't baurn t-ho clothes. I ktow I cin
vltar Ii tosrand dolhlltras m it yu tir. IIlow I
hat ir gir'i? A ( in~ An~~''r
Slendtidh, imy girt', spiletndi, yoti are ita i-rti
A met'ticatn girl. A ntyiont cinn get comuplt o itn
taormat itt iabou .t tie self-heiat ig Irtton by tail
drtessing J1. I'. CASICY & CO., St. Loutis, Ma
It. aiaems to beta tw iner, ars every botdy sell
tog at writes in its praiso.
-iendship supplies the place o
everything to those who know how t(
make the r'ight uiso of It: it makes
youi' pi'osper'ity more happ[y, your ad
versity more easy.
Gray Hair Made D~ark,
I saiw In your paperea a stattemelnt that Ztth
VurIler' woutldt r'estoro anty hir to natura ii
tcolor' ha thrieei weeks. As I was v'ery~ gry.
set for it samtplo pitakatge, trald In less finha
it iret weeks my hInlr wits pe'rfectl r3 estord t
nalturial color. My wile's hiir wa~s Iltitht rt'd
iatnd by using Znulu Vullir, haer hiri is notw
bt'atlt iii tt aburn, Any onet canl get ir saitnphi
paiekage' of Zuolui Vuriler by soendirig 4i twit ce,
stiampls tot Wilson & Co., N ow Cot cord, Ohio.
an t i t, does tnot a'estore thle hair' to tat Iirat
tcolor' in thr ioo weeks thery will teturn yomt
stampolS; it nt. ontly restores the hatir to nattit
rtt color,' buat LwitlI stop the haIr far Ilug ott
immitatoly andit Is oneO ft thre best thar ton
It's tmadto, andt~ yotu ttake tao rIsk, tad it It dloe
nott 5atisf'y I ot uper'fottly they ill I etu rr
your stiamtps. A ItEAt)Ea.
-Nearly twenty years ago Colonel
.John i . Barrett, of ilar'tford, while ini
Louisville, Ky., had his initials car'vedo
on a silver ten-cont coin and set it alloal
on the mar'ts of tr'ado. A few days age
his widow, Mrs. Mattle Bart'ott, came
inito p)obsssion of the Identical coin,
and now tr'easures It as a valuiable
keosako. it, lasr lost little of its polish
iln its per'ogrinationls, anod every letter
upon it is legible.
The New Hook Spoon Free tto Alt.
I trad ita thu Chri'stitan Sttadardl thaitMls,
A. M. lFr'tz,, Stta~titn A.. St. L~ouis, Mo , wVotid~
guvo ana elegat patedt haook spoona to antyonet
sendiatng ther totn -cotnt itampsJ). I sonat for one
and fountd it so uisofla thtt I showed It. to my1
friendls, andl madoil $h.00 int two hiotirs, taking
ot'der's f'or thte sp~on. Th'ei hook spoon Is a
houarsehtold taceossity. It cannitot slip lito thei
dish or cooktn vessel being held ina thte 1)1aeC
by it hook oan t1~a back. Thle spoon~ Is sonmo
ttitg that housekeeperS have nteeded ever
since spoons were trst Iiventedt. Any3one cnn
get a samt 0o spoon3 by SendhIng ten, 2 cont
stmstt ss 1' ritz. ' his It it spleniud way
to inake motnoyar'ountd homo.
ms t. Very truly, JKANNKTra 8,
-A father usually worries as much
fr'om fear that his daughiteor w il. marry
the wrong man as her tmothei' w, rrios
from feat that she will not marry at
A OHIANOE, TO MAKIE1 BMONEY.
I read how One of your sfilbscriber,4s madta
L Iloley. selligt Dishtwneilors; I ordered on2, and
.a v 11013 '( elityirn e amd, Its t htey oItt
dihwiting. y313'brother itial I commenlced
selling tiemIII, It al It VO ItI ade $L'0 A r UlI Vity.
int all ex polses. w a lon't caniva)ss uy. ( )Ia a
Sales are tall alude :it homlte. People comev or1
SkIlnd Imr ii'them. The MotaCl (i I)sI VarSher,
is tite lest l ishw sher 4n ,,i the~ markei. ()ir
buiness Is; increisilng. atild wI ar goi ng to
ki>ep right (tt, 11111 it we ntaike t('n t itihousIanaid
dolliars. We sell f rom f tt IF) mial binies evrv
(lily, every hotselieper want s one. 'I'herea is
Io excuse to be poor whei so mich noiney
cana be maadi sellinlg itIsh Wiasiaa.s. yo I 1a l
patrticuiars. addwrv Tiw. Mottu (if% v iila
\ asher C o., St. L ouis, Nlo. They- will start
You onl the road to stccess.-A Header.
-Columbia Stato : " Thbe South has
often boon snoored at because of its
lack of inventiveness, but its recor-d in
the war showed that what it had not.
done by prollt it could do for patriot- c
isin. The floating battery in Charles
ton, at the very opening of tho strug
gle, contained the germ of the iodern
war vessel, and the battleship of today
with its ram and its armored sids Ws
sprung from the 'Virginia' rather than
the 'Monitor.' Every torpedo boat of r
modern times-even the wonderful one I
described in the State today--is but a .
development of the little ' David,' do- C
fender of South Carolina's waters."
A Chanco to Make Montey. I
I have milade $1,040 clear money tin 87 days andu
attended to ily household duties besides, tind Y
I thintk this is dohltgslendid for a wontuti n
expearicel nbtitsines. Anayone van se!l
what ever onte wantt.s to buy, and every fatl
wantis i Dish Walsher. I don't clanvtaiss at alit
people come or send for tle Wsihicr, anid
evey washer that goes out sells two or three
ttore, as they 418 the work to perfection. You V
ll wisil alId 11y the disic in two ninutoes.
I amn going to devote imay whole tiue to thit
busiess ow ad I m su ettI ncleatr $5,(00
at year. Mly sister and broth Ier hatve startei fin
business antd aire dloing s14plnild. Y'ott can get
coml)leto ilstruct Ions tiad hundreds of testi
liotlils biy addressing tihe Iroi City Dish
Washer Co., Stat ion A, Pitttsharg, Pa., aatl if
you don't Iake lots If ioncy It's yoir ownII
fault. Mrs. W. iI.
'o'introdu toir luittire business
mio verycotuunit inthe 4oth -
ern tat eis, aatia ort ' to ado SO itn
thi quiikest taine, have cohalilaed to
tmtake somle ver.y libe.ratl otte's in hd
3 rool silita' to secuarat l e Last n
a'tstomlier1 lit every iost -ollice il
flat' next IA) dtyis. PIeaase' r1ni tihis
averl iseme t lit ca'd r lyIt it an wi a11 gt S
oncv I'mr one, of ourl speci-al otfl-rs. -
:i) r great ott'er No. I consists of in
Solid tik Bkedroom Suite wvith large
lresser With ..?.r2.l h'vaI mnirror)1', One
large Wishstaind, with doble ll door
imd <kawr, olle a-foot hdstva eni lull
- Vialth. This suite of flrIitiur is 2
Worth Ill anyi hittrait tIre stor. 1not less
1th 1nt Ii35 l tli th i onc tle( - -
it, is a lit tic ehla 4 su ta i ' iit w assur
You it is not, hatt ai lar ge, itil- size
' st1itee, 1111i tolalnyithingon ith tla airket.
In oiuer to start hti sale f thI ese
suites all l to keep ou r mnv[I busy i ild
int roducee ou r hitsinleSs inl you r neigh -
hlrhioti. We 1gra'e to sI hip on11- sulite,
oitlIy to eaich shippin point int tie
r South for$15, when t te cash coies
wit I the order. This adve-i iseimt.ll -
will possibly itlappear twict' ini this pat L
per. therefore aJ yout tire intirested,
cit. tis oit 1iad seld wit i$15111111 itae
Suite will be silipped to you. I r it is
tot, just us rePlIrSented you may13, re
. t111n the sulite lt our ax a tiial
yaur$15 will I' re.f dtl dle(i t ol I. ()ar -
S itaillog conaintitiing Ilalnty ill Isi rok
I ions of rar bIa in Is tit l houlaIts t ll-r
nishing aals wiTl be sent to you o p 4
Thlt' suiit ae 'tove described is it spvc -
ill b gait11141 does nol liappar ill tihe
caalgu'. 1 h rI' 'ar' it is uII'ssto
write for illistralionls of this. suii at
a Wi sa' tl ' I are. l i writi InIIa
Wetiau y't tIlitI we' Il iiaat slila
s ipI-Itm tha' net'yhhorhoodlii i .
pr'1.a ic wil ga 1o ait leaal .Ma.
~L.. F .. PA DGSETT
la6 IhitOAl) S'T., AI (U ST1A, 1; A L
A LIM iTED
* DOUBLE DAILY
I oue o thefamus'A 11:ant a Special
beteenNowYor, ashaington.t Naorfaalk'
anll Atilta, New~ Ortlans, StoathIwe.st
A iso thle "S. A. l..E Itlpress," Schedule)1 itn
ei lleet Aparil ath,1896.
Nat..103. No. .1
i Lv ew ork----.......... 7 :1pm 2 00fun
> l'hiladeatlhia............5 15 :/un li t05am
Noarfoalk via S. A. L....... ii:tl0pmi It ama
S l'orlsmnouth -..----.....201tama at liamt
3 \\celon .................:;; I0inun 1I Yhiam~
I' lendersat . ........... .5;2am~anI (ttan -
HAiDurha via S A ..... a :5;tlan -; :pm tl
la\ Duam -laa ......:' .. 5aI0pm~ ||0)0am
tlhaeIgha via S. A .. .... . 5t ::5amtt :ii 3apmi
t t Ianfolaa ---- -- -- -....... 72 1lam I 5;2pml
(Jreamle ..ul............... 2;0a :i'It 55pm41)
\\lahlior.......... at:;u a801pm;I:ta
- Mv onroe .' --'-......... .10I 1aml I 5>num
i t'arlo t ev iaS. A. L..a.. :.a No. :14pm
tA thastts via ..A........ I2 -It:im litp
~Cli to..------... ~ 1 20 *Iana ;>41y-al
Greetnvoort........... . Ii:item ii 8(l-l
AI bhevile .... L.......... . ;; > I:aat t :P'on
EI letn ------..... .. * - i ati pm 'aiumn
LrAtens.--........ .. * 5I 10p :ot - .-ont
Av iWi l eru................. :>I:tp -1 1 -!4)n ail a
A r Atiantaro.A...........2i .5pmt 1 ;>a'am
Nohh~1i~1 ...,. .. In.i No.0ja -
N L v Allaa.''------------- t; pi a l -lat 3im
r al'sl tin.... .....'......1 i;amta -a . tam
Nohste ............~... i .l:;amt 7 3(apm
l'ai a l ~ottl ' viait A,1.. ;>tl -'Satam .' Mi m ~
.\0 1Itl t.ro an t'A ito i a,.. ... . . a t ti:am to tap ao
liti lalea ---- --aaa i - (-....... a >n ui>:;lt.Naa m -- a
NaI li--------a .. ... I. ' ll lam s.'' 54 1
hA-r Wiih'ar sam iif I, . ..alai -111;1ym loa a Im
l"Iaiua m----Palhalta la w ........l ivam t-'0pm It
\\tas weonSU'A i,.... ...... a 3tai pmal ia I a m I- 0
t\o alahihygton tiaken lnts. 4))' top 10ll5m:
Ar porimloth---- ---.....i G>.p -:'m
Gsa .. al 0,"TeAhtapriIbei
.l \. estible' i, wenth Sat-tit keynr
de lnt. Palrawviig.ms M-V
mouth J . m.. Ctonee in1 at Atalfor (
hen ernl Ols ort:-ot ,Wednoii Va. s
Thousands its the Thlrocs t tire.
Piroiipt, dec sive actiohi e the
I an y alread(y saved iProve ti :ro .
A re t hese the days of freeich i every
mody olit. of bol1age? W(a lit we
onk1 answer, Yes, everybotl !
Batt in this cnlighitenied ag reds of
hoisands of lieti are ill the :. ot a
yrant N. worse (fhan any inl list able to
gt their way to liberty, imup o break
When otie thle ial)it gets ip 01n a
wn it destroys his nerve ai power,
Obis illl Of nS bily ea111s 0 S. -is
ife is sappd oilt. of hin, his ood de
troyed, his brain dealened be be
ornes a wreck or a muan-exb a liv
lag death, himself an object jnst in
tend of love antd affection to Whto are
ear to him.
Is there io hope ? There in after
ears of slavery a cure wit failure
.ocme anti he treated and if eek or
wo ott d1(o 1ot, like gaining t, feel
iig new inanly vigor and ig your
bwed oles happy, yoti canl gld there
till be no charge. No cure-y!
iEXT M. PERRY. D.
Condensed Schodule in I
SEPr. 0, 1800.
Y-. Chaleston.......~. ..........
v. Colunbia ...................... m
Prosperity..... .......... J p mu
r. Ne-wlerr ......................2 - p in
r. Ninmo y-. x ....................6 p m
Groiwood.................5 p m
od .. . .. . . .. . . . . .' p 11
r. Abbo ile ........ .... p m
r. AiT1eron ............5.p..
.r. Breeile ......................> p in
.A. n a ..................... 10 p m
. t ........... 0 a m
,r Alnuiit ......................5 a in
- Andju )80(fl ............8 ab m
*v. etnhlrT. . . . 2 .
SIonnalds.....,................. p m
v. . .......................... 5am
v . rot'.-no ........ ...........0 p in
* V iGreenw-od ...................., ps mbI
* N intSi....x......................5 p in
.. Newberry ..................... 5 p in
V rospeiy.... .... ...........07 p In
reheuhn wo....................5. p in
r,. h rb tn. .... .~60 p in
) t)o.l1 STATIONS. INo.1~
h~pZl~ l~~.l:rI1 tn.. p11~tf~a
3l:tifl~ 34.i,'. nluini.. p 0 28
1 12 'p....Aston.........' 8 50a
.a 1 2:s . ...nno.. p 74 p
> 2 2)1 . .. ...U n .... ....
1. 07u 215p " ..A onsvilio..... op 8pl
)4a 2 " 1 .. Pmuo11.... 'ip 7 47p
I 2a1 Up Ar.. .partnhur..... L 6q 20p
4. % 3p1'v . .' bolat tatthag... AN)1 O08p
7 r....hevil.. .... A A.~Ia35
Train~s 0 ar11. 10 carry olr.Pniman
nrouto11 diliy bet1 weeni .)Lksonvid I inein
Trinslii leave Spaan lbu)rg,, A. <livisijon,
i jstibulo I~ArnedI); soulthbonW)1l a. mn.,
:1-' :- 1n.. I I ::57 a. in.. (Vestjibule .)
TIrai n leave G4reenville, A. an dlivisionh,
ra h1 mul , S :'.5 a. mn., !2:3l p. m. :80) p. mU.,
Pul1'man11 palaoe sleeping cars odus5 08and
., )* 1)11l :cA on A. and 0. divisic
.1H.(O ItElEN, J. Mf. Cl
Geni. Slmrinltenbdent, 'T M'g'r
Was.hngton, D. 0. Wgjtn, I. .
r. A. T11~I1(. S. Hl. HfW1CK~
Gen. Pasi~s. Agt. As't (:)ass. Ag 1.
SOUT HERN R AVAY.
ondensjed Schedule of Pager Tralne
Northabosl. N~s at. No.18
Sept.. 20, 18190 . 38NDai02y Su.
v. Atlanta, C. T. 00 7I 50, a 4 85 p
Noroross. .. 1 .-031 a 8 28 p
Bluford .. . . .. .10 0:3 a 7 06 P
G4aineosville.. o4 2 20 35 a 7 48p
Luiln.......... 2 110 aJ~ 808p
Cornelia..... II 22 a 8 33i p
Mt. Ar ....1 28~ a 8 31 p
Tocoa-- .-- 35p II1 54 a ...
Central.------ 4 45 p 41 p -----
Grteenvillo. - 10p' 2.119 -1..
Gadnys. .. 4:1 47'...
lhelsur -- 703pl7-4 -.') ,...
Igng a5 Mt. ... 7.. 5 1:1p...
(4astonza .... . ft 535 p ...
r.Charotto .... 20 ').j...
Ibanvillo .... 120 - -1 - -. .
1.Was)hingtonj 0 42 a 0-.- ---
l3alt lm'o P'l(R. 8 (10 a 11 ----... --..--.
Ves. li1 No.17
Bouthxbound. No. 37 '.
v. N. Y.,l.h.R. 4110 pH...------.......
P'hiladelphia . 6 h5 pl i....... .......
haitlunorI.... 0 %) 3) a ...... ...
W\ashinggon.. 10 43 y a ...... ..,
-. lialnoo . .. S n p 2100a -...
C hiarlol to ... . ;G a~ p )I'2 . - ....
Gastonia ... ..... II 10 p .:...
Anil 's Ml ...... . I3 . . .
Bla~cksburg . 10 40 a a~ ?0I -..
t a .. .I 15 a 515 p ...
.'*e '.g 547 p ..
It Airy . . . . 3 p 6?5 a
Coirn)a.. j 7I lb p41115 a
1 n' ..1.1a 8 thljy 6 57 a
I o..il907~ p I7 48 a
Nr ri . 1..943 1) 8 27 a
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