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A BAPTIST MINISTR
WORKING MIRACLES. 1
G1itGIAI'S LATEST SENSATION. hii
A Number ol' Re-amarkabie Cure Areoil
Narratuot acid Crooked Limi Ab Are
Set Straight. lit
A corrIpodeiltut Of the Atlanta Con- o1
stitution 6ays that certainl remarkahle' w.
re r, or Ialeged. on the part of CiL
tv. O.6 M. to', i mis sioiry Bap- ow
tlt prenetI' . -vho ('imIUs to operate th
through faith , hlave caueiid a great as
deal of o eillnt ai d lis iifcussi in Co
inibIll- anu vit.11 iLy dur'iig the pabt til
at openly an geierally till
atll that & v. Mr. Sutton has, b.,
lrouS Ihl. the ex'rCiiin of faith inl a
nV piowr, ben abh-2 Lo straighten u
ill' crookx lt and to reimeLdy other w 1
p lm I'iJuutt~ionis. iOn the otier di
in , riV ii :ua nn y who ex plain that 11w,
what .)t. il: i 1-mira ulouls Uures ar ill
llt rtly% op an ns whichI call be ate- e.1
COO nte i ' L .i atural 01Vtry-dt\, iII
I ami no :a faith cure doctor, a in
ai' l F. Mr a m 9agnet0c doetor : I w.
lm -in. a ; .2 amble flmillit(r of im
t il. lr -4t who haF found ca:
Ialt thai~t b th .1iing of faith ho
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,is h i' c IlL 6ed r~ to biii -l u ' :Il - i ,
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a L r ShLse me \u
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da' I lit.
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ai ly an 1 -I ' ii()I
IlLt fiti' t.
-Io' heilrnv t Il liII i 01 ini Io
Wl r JLi) tl ICI ciL)b wrd M
the h. ngaa-o -ornt gn oLi
(ir!tC LOf a nii o hm TecudA
wu1 al : Ihe th aieo ac 'rt t
opinh er iner -n he-aual n
that hpenthr g
heard 1 i ant ilImr ne-l
8a-v. Mr.ntine r oad Ta
and a davl frm Hr !out.Sm
en frome tt conywowoeI h
defy or red byhd oeahng
d brought cown from Harris a young R
J V woise4V cIso they tholcught would
ove' ineUtirablo. Her f(ot vasi drawn
ly, the leader -u haeving grow n
re't.tIer, and it had boon twisted in)
ier ways. Tho Church was crowded
ete) Mr. Sutton straightene thu foot.
> told her to rise and wal4, and nhe ra
i bo. The congregation sacrianbied n
Lr the benches to Uo her, and as sL( ti
, ked out of the ch u reh auo dow i tbe i W
ps the Congregation followed her liI
tcide. She wrs boarding, tiear by in thI
Ssc)Cond sto'y (If a buildI ig, aknd 13:e L- a
,nended the steps of the buildinL." c)
tilr. Eloward Was astiKcd whait 1. p
atg ht about all Lhis. 1l repied Litaa th
raulob had bucu worked in the olden fo
ies, and that, M1'. Sutton claieild Lit Ou
following the incjunCtIon of tie iLh
ript rtres in e ll'eti ng curoa, now. Mr. S,
ttonl's explanation as given to himi, g r
interesiting. Ho said that he hail th
,eovered that by pray r cli. (ouId, I ee"'
eokjing divine adi, cure somo en- s o' it i
y ical al lneit.. In a greit ila II' vgr
,W6 he Collid Oiot, lor tO , ?rJ hd tic
-etedC tl at, ahl lt HI tiin be Cnlt up,).. , icc.
rltainl plr. n lur' certaini end.-;- I IF I IAd 1,n1
View: andit inoting could interfr, ilan
Lit la div icnc' phmili. Ai at nine e f w i
-t, .Mr. Suittoni fails inl a meiijortity c Iij
,e,. Thll Se are not taklklet ial'it, iunl
weve'('r; it, is his allegId curt L ilit cOI
ve ca'uuscd th Hilt Lin.a
ie'. Sutjton aii -Ioke-n to Nir. Ilo.%, as
iaouct ill; pr'4'(.'L- lie wNent. threoeib w% il
Cniheal lina. I le xaid Lht, the s t 1p lia
v. hlad cu ntaandlemll d thait It ti i--tkl, I h,
heatllings shIouldhi ly hli hand- u1100 tir,
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ta- ( 0,b Hian - f te ta-o Lltd
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n1,1 titl ' i t ' (W % J 11 alioilli . lail
a oi, e her MV. IuttLM hai -.3 i ti
kit t'' i rihit 1e, ha e i' L i6: :
cel - cs telwi- ci h I o .- tie a aii
th I C a ti e , :iitm. o- ttei .,II aei t icb
riy to 'h w C i h ie t eC I het .c I
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I o . l n . W I w u for
a- w e ua n r.-tno h
La ci r ' t k n w I % - 11
k d i I. . , ,a v Vtl t t t LIIitn --- .,
tur--c1. tit cy mcc k out,
nor C I<n ns (f Courl e \yMu k mw - |
t t ta:~e report, 1f nrac lu-- u e
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S L' a .x ll i l i tLion - 'i.hat, of th wi -
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Mud hat heC 1 iL , 11 t I y r ci d. Ieee
0 ha1 mlt 0 con I n -e in11 h1 e ev 1: li ;d ti
h nIw and 3I -Can Il -- quI. ' , tt I,
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k N w li euv ie I I t d o ,l. di ct i. '. - i i i . I '
ieely I i at %v iII t I. I koIt I - th' - 1%
allycrenv Plur wc Ci (ci' e' il, why we ia
noct ettpo' - I' \\eeu d' i Ni e'ei a I
ii.y L t io etiwa wc itI h an c ' i it en pi t
wyia- tot i ~cIt in c ierae 't lie- n
ci wil, cie ) l y iirc 'la ainout1 thic I'
au llue'l :i "c .\ r.S inc ~c e ed te-i.- ie
aifot.ci; .I : -h \\' ath- i no t cnit Cc-' i
" i e i inued ~ h %'ter than cccii i . icn tc
- o3'ini , th c i-cat, - a cc'e'ci-c'e i /. - <cce Ih
li w.i lu r-- ing thcee \nebler. lif t,1c J A
'as tIf h ' 'had C h eii Leuh lihe' ' e'. ian
i iC cci l i t ic'' I tatL 1 tee l u veC cc i I
' fercu cic icin el-h iig inl i undilel- IV.
ccce to he a C lu.cId ell,i. , laid 2~r c, ci.
ih e, "and tha is ag is ing heis c n- '- c
l.Ie,whi~lting theith lll cure. ThI eeC
Vhc 'jter the' abovteii c incidenLett have-- io
tb '' xag ii tatt Ic- 2IcJI, td~h iiv hav c ai- th
gtc ilit muchatidicn thn ticnd ofhe ice naI
ity at le ast l-t. fauth'a doe n' oth I .. I
im t elinglathed witl.'i vanty oi aie- i''
nt-ecf thietak h haop cause .110 HeI is 1'
a hi ih ni Lt, i b oim y c, as is ia i tested byC I iib
i ntg cientd ini chrt, whcen hve aht- ii
it iiuitecl atttry wiuh somed bhoy who' cc'
l'rith, kco-p more' peii~ opl down miO
ni teil i~ ivant,.1 e~ ILi ait We j
lit Cr tea tlk Ie~aOil- cliisceI. ~ Ic is e
21c-t iit ii [i-''I e I i- itt'-i~d -a - .i
Ct inii'i.i i~i'~i Vle i c. ce
it'e~litc i giy wth501Cc oy-i YI~'t
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, t dis- betC
C ' ning, cev
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cc C. h e buoo,cI 1C'
c - i~ cnd ccirga of ccc
C unc-i> i c ishe the to
cc nd1. liel i 'gorous'- arI'
Cla i. ccc w itc h Mr. 1)aneiet III
he :c wasc' iec iced ndit'e
S i cc Cu a cc i'. liced theis six O
tc h lc I cc ii ''c cne enlarged, andc I Pu
ic-,c ,ccc c h C 6'uc c c-ees. I weenti to rnc
d i C u 'i c Cccc "ic iil e''
i~e 'Cic ece haI i er treenible'. S-oc I pid a
eecCc cci ccclli d l et an, y goodcc. I.iast ec.
Ic ecc- cc cecci cecc't takineg Dr.
cc" C~-c i'cce- cI cc' t t Ci en bott~ es ( and
-ce il icc C C ic " tc9 eicl'."'w
.ce "l1~ iA 's ", ee Iiacen '-.ense Mitedic'al ag
l'i-t' has bieeni apetlye tiirmed'c "cthe dec
cli' of thei lie l '' I is clt/ee C i
eipt of '-t uinpse tee etcfrav expenise of ce
y - m ai leng on/V. enCf
-ecidc 21 ccnc-eeint j ,ho
- 'tni lps feor the '!
-r rrn - a ice r covered.
ieeoik, ori zl
sc ctanip~s foir the'
elocthci hu ii di i. puc
r A thlr I )Doctor e'it
u c R. V. Pierce e'd
liuffaclo, N. Y, ' (of
IlLii Alt" SICES Til. ADMIRIALa.
!14 tile Chcearing or*I ee People- Ile
aid lilt Wife Saiw' l)ewvey anmal lii
On our return trip from -'lo'ida we
[A into the Dewey recept.ion at,8 avan
h. It had not occurred to as that
is was any of our hibsiLss. but at
ayeross and .Iesu) and all along tho
to mnep and women werc boarding
e car like there was a carnival on
md and by the tim we arrived we
uld hardly .ret ito the depot for the
ople. In the COueill. of ti me we got
e la vings of a d inner and took a car
r the Contral denot, which was to be
r- headquarters until 1 9 p. in. From
0r1k we rad latied low i toward the D.
to, foaiowi)g tie crowds that were
avitating LUat way. Seeing how
ey were miassing on the broad side.
ik jtt oplosito the hotel my wife
d : " Lt us stop hcre by this telo
idph poe." It was a fortunato 4elc.
11 for wi ih thbe ag pole blaind her
I the cur bstone before her she could.
hle crowded to anly extent. In half
hour the crowd was immense and
old hliave moved her from her moor
' but for the poIC. I braced her on
Aide withl two solid feet and a firn
pIo'osity. Ixpansion was the word
SIe xpanaded. All sorts and sizis
1 colors swarimed around us, but ny
t' --tood olid to her post. Another
i hotur pain.sed, but stIll there was no
wey nign and I begana to feel a little
Al in my legs and to draw a long
Athl InCe or Lw ice in a while. Some
. I would bend oe(- knee i ittle for
li ld then1 chtange to the other.
v treAt was kept clear by the mount.
politA, ot that the military could
' d iance to mareb in Ilatoons, but
military ldid not appear. Another
f hOto-F pavetid and we baelird 6,h0 sil
I nt, of a drum1 fatr away, so t
t d Ip IIV litT fit ll. otilOr etIort.
tf- iit'iu t' i 'it- it''iagae adorned
th l Will n t tin and biautiful
I nId "Ant'' ! '1 lit it ' and
I 't it L ! iIt w la ti'
Li:i ie VII tar 0( aid
uris~~ ~~~t- tu .-r oIi av o e
I b. i-lt it )bau thi
Ch bo'. 'a t', (1t 1I! i tt fo dho % i s
nttlaalI~i atiotinr anyit -aredn
ud i- ho ,0rom Sla
1 t ut t we1'v tye ars old and
tt a a in ever gets
Mt wifi.- that wa at :,ign, ia
lkojt r, ad sut-0nough Mirs. D.;w
Il ap. S trill tand rLtie d thet- higa tlacL
-nunm andm gazed I tpon teCrowd an11d
-L IJ I waiitst' t , tiotl kitil .hat wIt-at a1i
If to me e wV ith kert elbow and
d tht-re It , bull., she had dio ap
td andt It w another holdy il II.
Iert indow dink itl cull fte an ito
-narki. h is lo e Ll ti iacigt lit -he
It ill Lore thirty, td was thIn I(,
int tnat I wt liokine at the wrong
how w t t ott tbi -t , it)t 'gill tia d I d112 ir-w
It ittiail lit bri at oh tld si h talld. "
itatai i ai te I ltn Lu a l a .ri
il' a lo:st <b ad " Sr aid i . " i w'ld
M to lt- uttl it ti ti, atd sit to-lvu
I t-it , wLI teasn '-p ad nAy
1 1 to!)1d te re o olid ho rs.
i ile t-lithlivored to drtti .ret mliy at
titm (I'Mil luyStili to Lit) 11L-.4 and to
-nail byill who had limbed to L1thf
ping Litt wvindowitsi and up in tht
m, ut IIS elt like I wa-3 at a funr al
I wat- et Worpe nr tile Collin. A t
t, alat Mrt . D wey (ram f awtyli to
41 WintdV and remloved d tthe lau u not
iLLs allt tlilt. A lirtit t ethin withi hte
a't avi- h. is~ had ttdci'a the ~iomi
sittt ataveryaty wihoutaad.'le ini
rtat crli-, which we ftre toy hae wrri
:i had arrltoven.l Ther aistrin graty
1mira i t u eaiaa ilr'c and othres wa
tltwif, raianho t ad Ittin il e-dress r
Ia (idvier metin waite thtr at modt
h e a-timte brieasitwork-s, and myt
Li )I1I tw tk ' t initgt f hOln aar hair
ther twI ait Lt ii' cou20 l ntif , fori
2ttal a i t wad nt( rilery a n al Lbt,
ailtmy yndso wereth nee sine~oCtt muc
tlamn th.t maeThe Admitral ws sick
t0 at elytwrs s ai nh byirh must 'o
tie In eim. Abot, thi otimc itthe
r ahobg notaey af theras ubad wae
erthe efL as ibdi ad bhere as na
titud ad lieyot wiettudgerd wit
ains u-al s Ien tat li beaifl'y"
l' oerabtle,"a staaid whrm theys want
a trebh wfanad shwa wonsiring tat
taut, thor howti it was possiblehe
g' away.nt nAr thompa'inejtde ofy
Wll, itaihe m'Vt aryn fOlowed the band,
- ther were otirt ucmpnite, in-'
nudgadts atuh satIry fond thet
ry shoten onello wha mad, thy
nehm'y thoad tChev lidmia to'ik.
e arotmthlr wsdang tha a,.ttirgt
lis to eve si'iawa, .anal onm ach butn.
a bi dnLIrkey ' ad I taho.gun feel
m'o likego1,Ings aou, ata big to
n. oktdlit gave1 ceparedowith
ol show wihadi the euatil war. in
thwed In. bies oa oul suchii ontl
Its.i iut tlt tho~ show was lovar
ie nt ife sow she mais willngoto
partn thnisy castsf vaitiws siblte
hi i higet awt gad lastad of
>i ba mitry ksone hone ackb bas L
kd wre lirt w mues.' Whi weoti
tainudge mote ark sad) i' (ooetjust
io shouhingdon'a, shoru rid an, so
sc ty. Ho ha ve godeiv toether
aner liaf years lnd o car ao morte
iteitiabut shm thins anrih a cki
d lis t uzrd.n ' the buz--s
-d.'aa "n, ing,'' Ishly Sh no sayso
rotldk gon hvomisad Ioi tor ay
h. AtIoulden i10Icnt faor all's
tin shd oundwith a thelhuatenun tniou
-tOwed rin.c .li wrn otand ringlc on
en col hard tatlint. ou wlittl gir
-ri ife a mnth.' Thrs ofwl'ord s alla
l-eTin sow fok orl aa man's ile'o
blcn. ladery hof vanlyie saith0 tho
-ut wedid get 1891y but hastadt!
thi year to knese ao caackn asnd
k3 the tir. e tp.We eg
1 O I C J Vegetables
will alw iid a r'nly
mluket--but Iv' that (ir
can raise thmci who hv . 1 tr-id
the great secret how I) '1J
U;till b(ll gtiality anid <jtilitityl
by the(! jutl(icious uls. (fdil
balanced fertilizers. No ferti
izerl for Vegetablcs cali p (uCe
a I*tIe yielI tiiless it cnolalail;i
at. least 8"1/ 1'otaslh. 'en l r
<>mr i()oks, Which furishllJ full1
ilformilation. \\lj se(ni leil
free of chlarge.
4 '-IKRMA. N ' A1.1 \\ '>RKs,
THE SIITJATION IN CUA1.
Tha CutIans Must itelienain Unoader
the irectii anel Protction of'
the Untite1 Stat eo l'or the l'renent.
Mr. .1. 0. Uar ington, of tbe Spartan
hurg Ulerald, haus nen on a visit to
Havana with the pr,s excursionistt.
He, went there with the !ettled belief
that the government of tuo island
ought to be unceremiioniisly turned
over to the Cubar,, iut Ie came back
with that view somiwhat modilied
It will not do for the l'oit(1 States
to dream of annexation. I t canot be.
The Cubans demanil indel)endenco,
and they w 11 have it : blt as enj very
Intehigent Cuban r*, marked, " Wiaie
nothing short, of a lI -public of (uhba
will mfeet the case, we ill realize that
we will got Independence with a sting
tied to It.'" I am inelinted to tbe 11opin
ion that this is the oniv no', they are
capable of cnj' ing iand the bort they
should havo-ient. tendence with a
string to it-local self govern" ent for
the internal and domestic affairs of the
island, under the direction aind protec
tion of the United Staltes. j. ust what
sort of government will be inally
evolved no man at t his time, clan say,
heit. t~o turo the i land over to tLbe
Cubans now, would be to btart, tn,
wheel" of civilization moving in a con
trary direction. Tim Cubans would
tir*4' t exterminate all of the SpanilarIs,
thlie men of means and intell'gence,
and then the Amerieans, anI then
their own factions would begin to War
wiLt each other, and the end would
he ruin. They know nothing of gov
Urnmiiient, except the corruption and
opIreion1 which itheir Spanish maas
tur taught them, and tlheir only idea
of government is to get in power so-as
to treat the Spanish as the Spanish
treated them. It. will require the
strong arm of the United States to hold
them in subj-ection.
it is doulbtful if thetre 1is aS si,Ot, of
ground on earth that is capable of
grCatOr development. With protec
tion to life and property, and a liberal,
stabile government, Cub"a would blo
on like a rose santd would hecomie
speedily the great winter rcsort for
the States. Ut, when that govern
m''nt will come and how, is the riues
Secretary li Jot wais in Cuba a few
d ays agro, and came ou t, in an In terv ie w
in the Cubhan piapers, in whIich he as
ouredl thfe people that, the government
woul d be turnied over to thbe Cu ban
within a few months. And yet the
authoritaes are tearing down and re
mnode'ing governimenit buildinigs anud
lett~ing contracts involving th irt'en
mill ion dollars, and otherwise gIving
abundant evidence that they have no
idea of giving uip withina any reason
We frankly confess that we do not
understand w hat the ad ministration
proposes, andi we donubt, if the adminiis
tratton has any more clearly-defi ned
idea as to the l'inal ootcome. Th'le Cu
bans seem to understand that when
they " take charge," as they say, that
they will have a debt, of somethinug
like $240,000,000~ to pay to the (aitedl
States. rThey say they canl pay this
in 36t years. The custom house receipts
now amount to a million and a half a
maorath. They can stand a se'vere tax
andI still be far beter otf than over
befre in their' lives.
Th'e Cubans are far behind the times
in many things, but, they are naturally
ver'y intelligent and learn quickly3.
T1he pr-ogress that has been mailde since
the conclusion of peiace, is marvelous.
T1hey are not natur'al ly mean, as niany
supp~lose, but they are kind -heat'tei,
and In the main, they try to ho0 honest.
In a ctty of 280,000 population thor'eehas
been but three muriders ini clgh t
months. There are less than forty
arrests a day in Hlavaiua for- all causes,
though thore are 12010 policemen. T1he
law against carrying concealed wea
pons Is really enforecd and da'unkcn
news among the Cubans is unknown. It
Is looked uipen as dIsgraceful, though
there Is no restrict~Ion on the sale of
liq1uor and even the fruilt vcnder's on
the corner's ',dIsptenso intoxicating
beverages. The law decals severely
with the offenders who are e mvictedl
of stealing. L~t has always neen s , and
consequently few charges of larceny
are lodgedi against, the natIves. Tnuore
is not a Jew In Havana. T1here was
ono before the war', bt thu authorities
talxed h Iim ouIt of buitlness. TJhey im-.
posed one tax after another, and ho
paId them all, but, after a while they
begaln to collect the sanme tax (ovetr
again repud iatitng thbe recei pta he held,
bO tie had to move.
T1he Cuban's respect for woman Is
beautiful. The women too are mod1est
and are never seetn In 1publ1ic alone, or
In prtivato either', for thbe piavents aie
comnpatny the girl intrthe parlor. Th'le
aan who accoampanics a young Ilady to
a ball dances with Iter the whole even
lng, and no other man would dare ask
for the privilogo. They wOLnt dress
stilts to the theater, and ovent visitors
and spectators at aniything like ai fash
lonable ball would be promptly ej eted
if not clothed in the conventional
spike-tal. On Sunday afternoon all
the people-young, old, rich, poor, feel
impolled to don thteIr host, and appear'
on the Prado. Those who can alford
it, ride ; those who cannot, walk. ["or
two mIles the proCession surges all the
afternoon. It Is worse than a cIrcus.
The pieoplo are well dressed, antd they
like gay colors.
Cuba would be a most invitIng field
for the investment, of capital If one
could forcast the government. 13t.
the future is too uncertain antd while
there are many capitalists on the
ground, few of them are aiskitng their'
money. It, looks'as If thea-c Is hound
to' be a revolution. If thbe United
Statos holds on there may b)e trouble
atf If she removes her soldIers there
wIll be, so the part of wisdoam seems to
hb- to alt steady In the boat.
THEII SOEIL COMMANDELt IS DEAD
Ge. Joubort a Viotiam of Diseaso
tie Was a Fighter antl Fartner AUl
Gen. PMet, Joubert, the conmiiander
of the Baer army, died on the 27th (f
March of peritonitis. Tile press of
England and l'rancu pay tributes to
the patriol and soldier, who was an
upright. anu honorable gentleman. The
story of bls life Is as follows:
General Pletruskobius Joubi-t, con
imandanit general of the 'Ti'nsvaal
forces, better known as Piet Joubeet,
or "Slitm Plet," (ilim Peter) was born
about 6) years ago. He was descended
from an old Frenen luguO#t fainiiy
n hich sbttled in South Alfrica muiy
years ago. He was born in Cupe cui
ony, but was taken by his parints
when several yCars old, to the Orange
F'ree State, where he was taught from
early childhood to shoot straight and
hate the British.
lie is deserlbed as having beon utter
1y fearlsi. Of tchooling hd hadt but,
little and lie never saw a iewspaper
until lie was 19 years o.d. In spite of
this, his ambition prompted blu to
read the few books he could obtain and
he socceedved in obtaliiln. a fe.r kno vl
edge of history and langirg'J.
iin cons( <uence of the nc(gilltiorn of
Natal by tbe IBritisti liei faintly moved
from;Natal and settled in the Transvaal.
Soon a afterward he became a burgher
of the South Afirican lepubtic anu a
daring lightfcr. I was claimediu hib be
half that, he could lead a body of ium
im ire su'ec sfully,a*'a nst bo,tdLe r.i ye
tu sin any other man in the Transvaai
He came to be so feared by the natives
that the knowledge that lie was at the
he'ad of a punitive ex pedition us ually
resulted in their surrender.
It, was during these wars with the
natives tnLat Joubert became aequaint
ed with I'aul K1i1ger and hu th LNo uet
bcatue bosom frieuds. Le was lec'e .
vice president cf the Transvaal In 1896
defeated Sir George Colley at M, j ibI
Mil in 8l, and act,el as presileti, of
the republic in 148-1 during ir-sident
Kliu ger's absence in l1europe. Gneral
Jo:ibert. was always in favor 0l tlim use
of force instend of diplomacy and Pue
Wuent Kruger on several occasions had
grmat dilliculty in repressing his hot
headed coleague, notably in 179,
when Jouburt with-Kruger and Pro
torius was planning the rebellion to -
overthrow British rule in the Traos
vaail. The result -vas Majba Hll1 and
the practical Independence of the Trans- .
vaal. It was Joubrt, who organ z A
the army of the South African liepub
lie, later on dividing the country into17
inlitary departments and each of these
departinents Into smaller divisions witn
commandants, field cornets and lieu
tenants of various ranks in charge.
According to the general's plans
every native became a trained soldier
without leaving his farm, and has hisi
equipinent, always at hand. So near
plerfect was the systuin carried out that
within 418 hours after the present war
was declared the 13er nation was un
der arms. It was also due to General
,oubert that the South African lItpub
lie succeeded in amassing the ammuni
tions of war und prviiions which have|
stood ti em in such good stead during
the cot Ilict now in progress.
W i en the Jam!son raiders were
I Ieked up in Il'retoria j l .1 Joubert was
strongiy in favor of tneir iminediate
execution. It was not until loubei-t
and k1 luger hai been closeted together
for a wholn night that the merciful
counsel of lK ruger prevailed. in spite
(If these characteristics, Jloubert, on
some occasions, showed consfderable
regard for the~ usages of civilhzation.
WNhen the Boers raided Brnitish ~er.
ritory I Lchuanaland, in 1.S , Joubert,
wa pb frobably the only promninent Boer
who refused to suplport the moverment,
and his opipositiun resulted in the wittlh- r
d rawal oh thbe Ijers from the teri-itory
seIzed as he threatenecd to resign unlesst
he had his way. saying: "'1 posi tively
refuse to hold( oiic- under a goveranent,
that dlelIber-ately breaks its convenan ts,
and we have made coennts with.
-A Sain 'ansiso dipac siap
that within a week the battleshIp
Wisconsin, now almost conapleted by C
the Union Iron Works, will go out on at
a series of trial trIps. .J'he vessel'sv
mnachinery has long been comnpieted, I
and it has been given several tests.
The heavy guns of her hatterIes arc ina
place and mounted, the last of the four
13 inch guns being pllacedl last, week. s
So far all the working parts of the
warship have given every satisfaction a
to her builders, and it is expected that I
she will be fully up to the standard (of
the battles hi p Oregon. S
--A married man snenids less money
than a single man. Hie doesn't have it
Don't rein up a plo0w horee. Make
him as comfortable in every way as e
--Some peo~ple wvear glasses because w
they can't believe theIr own eyes. a
I'HE SICK ARE
ane R en il im te Iinnctis of ti Ga' ~ reat
e:.t ii mI mai f MIogiernm'' Tinses..
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a n"i \TO' T.r lSo t'AiIne frIu horil1N -- Ti. P
Te KIid You IIave Alwayl
1u Us for OVe' 30 years
All Counterteits, Ititutioi
perlments that trifle witli
Infaunts arid Childlren-E.rX
What is (
Owatorla is a substibitote for
and Soothirg' Syrtips. It i
contains neither Opinui,
substance. Its ago is its
and allays Feverishness.
COlic. It relieves Tectliln
and Flatilency. It assiml
Stonael and Bowels, givi
ThO Children's Panacca.-.'
The Kind You TH
In Use For 4
TM O2tAUR COMPA?4V. i9
TO 1 't' h'allvo Ve hi mle inade
recpainit thern) at the ('
WE NAKE RUBBER
During the co1(1 wether
('arriages and Uniggies willI
Look Bright a
SeGl in your vehicles now,
G. W. SIRRINE, Supt.
Titi C NiEWSP'AI'l'HL' MISSiON.
Chie Men Whlo Mfake Newvspapers AreC
Neit her iietn r Nor Worse T'hian
'1 heIr F'ellows%.
Is a % nw paper to ha regardet.d ats n
nlirror of the word's daily lire or ti
Ort of pullit fr'omi which sermons are
o~ be rellebed 'I he 'i~v. Ailr. Shel
On, w ho ediited the TPopekat Capital
or a w ee k, adopted the pul pit, theory,
/hichel is natural to some ipreacher,.
dIany clergymien, lookinog at the even
ng and morninug papers, dlay after day,
iill argue that their management in
o~e reat ressj)liblitie:s aud ijhat
he duty of their conductors is to in
ulcate lessons of moral ity, civic duty,
.nd comnmon brotherhood. Tlhev
iouid have a newspapcr made ovcer
nito aL mkembler of a big society for doing
ood. They talk much of the grave
nd solemni responsi billity of every one
rho writes for a publ)1ie journal., in
uch a light,, as do miany of our good
rienos,.the ciergy, a body of educated
nid thoughtful men, look at the daily
apers and thiei r opportun it~IeS. .\1r.
,beldon exoimpiilled the pireacher's
ide of w hat a newvpaper should1( be
nd made a dismal failure af it.
Utov. Charles H. Strong, of Savan
ah, a learned and liberal clergym lan,
tkes a practical view of the news
aper man's mission. Uie told, In an
specially interesting discourse On the
iiject last, night, how the newspap~er
'as the chronicier of doings of man
nd1 womlan, the strange prkoduIct of
long evolution sincee the creation.
ometimes the mirror shows sights
be gentle shrink from. Sometime s It
ictures the croci side of the demons
nid thben their good acts. it docs not,
make a man's or a wvoman's life. it
eveals their doings. Men who make
cwspapers arc neither better nor
orse thiban their fellows. T1hey are
Ki lied. iperhaps, in detecting truths,
1 litinig facts, in swift and closer ex
russlon. TheLy are nt, moral ilts or
reachers. i thbe worid wereC a botte
a happier one the-y would print, a
leasanter record. Usuailly they are
lad to aidl in good caus es. There are
gions of cranks in the worldl and
ewspaper men grow suspiclous and1
iok askant on the pretended philanm
Iropists who hang on; thc, fringes of
iciety and demand support from the
asses. Hence an occasional outcry
gainst the " callous, wicked newspa
TIhe worldl is not a Christian one. It
ILes not conmc within any chance of
~a.izing the whole ideals of Bluddha
thle stern andl ardent aspiratlons of
ahomnet, who dreamed at times
rgela' dIreams. Tihoughtfol meon, read
g ,ho dlally papecrs, sc the good and
10 bad, stop a kmoment to ponder thi
'ssons of life, and perhaps, are in.
uired to (10 scme good tk) their fellow
en. They wYould not timank thbe con
uctors of tihe newspapers for remov
g the shadows from the pictures of
life. They wani, to see life in its
itirety. They will d10 their own
oral izing. Anld SO the newspalpers
iow forth the daily life of our big,
hInd ering, stormn-tossed world. Tih is
lace, whIiic a is our home~ and which we
ust muake the boat of, In which evil
~ems miost often to win, but is yet
rightenedl hy the light of hope. that
tinbow of the heart, this worldl was
Lanned1 for struggle, for combat, for,
'ony, anod gladness, and1 man leaves
ire something which he0 carries On
ith him to tihe next place of his spir-.
ual1 evolution. The great lesson of
fo is common kindness between man
Id man and so the world has, lafter
I, nothing higher to offor than the
cal of the Nazarene.-Savannah
3 Bought, mid which has been
has borne the signature of
ha1s )een maie under his per.
I stuiervision sinice its infancy.
V 110 o to deceive you ii this.
s and Substitutes are but Ex
t t0 endaiuger the health of
perience against Experiment.
-Castor 011, Paregoric, Drops
s Harmless and Pleasant. it
lorpihine nor other Narcotl
ntiarantee. It destroys Worms
It cures Diarrhon aund WinI
Troubles, cures Constipation
lates the Food, regulates the
ug healthy and natural sleep.
L'he Mother's Friend.
ive Always Bought
)ver 30 Years.
MURRAy GTREET. NEW VORK cIyy.
- TIME "
good*as new. We repair and
rIe lVille ( iei Filetory.
TIRES A SPECIALTY.
lmve the r-epiiring donle so your.
id New For Spring Driving.
- P-I. C. MARKLEY, Prop
Tlo all points North, South- and South
west. nefctNovemnber 5th, 1899I.
N o. 4013. No. 41
Lv New York, P. 1R. IL. ..1 00I lam *i 010pm
Lv Washington, P. . 11. .. . 00pmn 4 30am
-v ltichmon~d, A. C.LI... B 0pm 905am
LavIortsmouth S. A. 1,.' .*l -1pm*9 201am
ArWeldon .............I 110pm 11-r~am
Ar Htendterson............*256amn * 35pmi
Ar Italeigh ..............2 22am 3 3(1pm
A r~o Pines............... 4 27a 600pm
Arilamlet................ 511am 7 00pm
Lv Wilmingtoni.S. A. L ...........305tpm
A r3on roe, S. A. h.......~ .ai 12pnim
A rtharot te_ A-i. 1,~. 8 I~ili'10_25pm
A rChest er.A 1,.... .. . . .8~3an'10 55pm
A r Greenwood...........10 45iam 1 12a 'n
Ar A thens .-..............I1 .4pm 3 48am
Ar Atlanta ..... ..........3 501pm B ISam
IA' Atlanta S.A.l........* I 00pm*8 50pm
Ar Athens............... 308pm 1105pm
Ar~reenwood ............5 401pm 1 46am
A r (Chester.--.... ........7 53pm 4 03am
Ar Mlonroe..............930pm 5 45am
LY'Charlotte S A L.. ....*S X20pm500am
Arliamlet. 8Al.........10pm 743am
AraViliisigton, 8 A L . . .. *~1Yijpzrm
Ly So Pmxes S .*1 *l12iam *90(Jua
Ar Raleigh................ 203m 1113am
Ar IIlenderson .. ........ 3 2eia,n 12 u5pm
A r Weldon .... .......... 4 5am 2 501pm
A r Portsmout h . ........7 2Sam 6 201pm
A riimond, A. C. L...8 Iham) '7 201pm
A rWashingtonviaPoennl R112 31pm I1 20pm
A rNew York............1 23tnm 6 53am
*Ib! lly. tiUaily Ex. Bunrlay.
Nos.1ii3 nd ~102.-.'lli el Atlna Speci al'
Solid1 Vest ibulled T1raini of P'ullman Sleepers
andl Coaches b~etweenm Washington and1( At.
lanta, also Pullman Sleepers between Ports-.
mouthl andl Charlote. N. C.
Nos. 41 and 38.--"Thle S. A. L,. Ex press,"
Solid Train, Coaches and Pullman Sleepers
between Portsmouth and Atlanta.
Both trains make immedliate connection
at, A tlanta for Alontgomery, Mlobile, New
Orleans. Texas. California. Mlexico, Chiatta
nlooga. Nashville, Aem phis. Mlacon, Flor
IVor Ti'ckets, Sloopoers. ote., apply to
U. AirP. IIATT'l, T1. P. A.,
Tryon Street, C harlotte, N. (.
J1. I). J1 CNN I N(HS,
Agt Abheville. S. C'.
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I I. W. It. Gl.(OV1' El, TIralic .\anayer.
V. E. MeI1IEE, Geuneral Snylt
L.. 8 A L LEN, ten'I Passenger Agen t.
Genetot ral Of fices, P'ortsmoth, virginin
C'ures dyspepsia, indigestion, and all
st omach or bowel troubles, colic or cholera
mnorbus, teething troubles with children
kidney troubles, bad blood( and all sorts o
sores, risings or felous, cuts and1 burns. It
is as good ahtle ptie, whon locally applied
as any thing on te market.
Try..lt and you will praise it to others
If your druggist doesn't keep it, write to
Pitts' Antiseptic Invigorator Co.
ir CARPENTER BROS.,
ti-cenville, 13. G.