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TREVES AND ITS GOAT.
Brief Skotoh of the Anclont City to Whloh Thousands are Turning. THE GARMENT WORN BY CHRIST On I ho Day of His Crucifixion ami How it in Alleged to Huve Ileum Obtained?Tlio Simple Faith of Thoftc Who Believe In the Relic Not Shaken. ______________ Thiek, Aug. 23.?Tho good pcoplo of 41. _ i UIB cut ox iiuvcn \uuriiiuii aiici; vii the beautiful banks of (he river Moselle, a tributary to the Hhine, in Rhenish Prussia, are expecting to receive ami accommodate in their midst 110 less than 2,000,000 of visitors- this fall. All the railroads of tho provinco and neighboring districts havo considerably increased their rolling stock and count upon a traffic af at least 60,000 passengers a day. The old hotels hnvo been enlarged and 500 new ones erected; and it would 1)0 difficult to find u private house that has not been arranged in a manner calculated to accommodate as many transient lodgers as possible. With a permanent population of under 80.000, or less than naif of tho number of transients, it seems natural tiiut tho whole city should havo been transformed into something, like a liugo hos' telry, and that every man. woman, und child should have donned a waiter's mantle. Before minriso, at i in the morning, the visitors begin forming in procession to walk through the city, anil tho fine of march in continued until long after tliu sun (rocs down. It in reported that no lew than 100,000 pilgrim* were in line when the exhibition of the holy coat was opened. Opposition to the exhibit is boisterous and widespread as never before, not a single paper of noto siding with tho bishop. There are oven orthodox Catholics who have openly attacked the genuineness of the coat I and probity of its exhibitors. But it Jill rebounds from tho thick armor of "faith, which tho pilgrims to tho holy shrine have drawn over thoir mental cfyea and ears. Tlioy keep up thoir processions in u simplicity of laith as childish and astonishing ns the faith of the true believers was in tho iirst centuries of the Christian era. This is not the tirst time, however, that such an immigration of nations has been experienced by the undent city. It is u periodical occurrence to wliinli flin nlfirn llflM hnpn llHi?d for about fifteen centuries, an intermittent booin, which lias proved so profitable- to tho citizens as to make Treves one of the richest cities in the country and, naturally, ono of the moat Catholic in the world. For this periodical influx of people and money is duo to a great relic of the Catholic chnrcli, namely, tho identical coat worn by Christ on theday of the crucifixion, kept in a safe box in the cathedral and exhibited by the faithful periodically. Thoro are those, i of course, who rniv it is not the coat worn bv Christ. Hut what docs that contradiction signify for those strong In the faith? Tho periods of exhibition are not regular. l'ho last occurred in 18-14, or nearly fifty years ago, when nearly a million and a half of boliovors made tho pilgrimngo to the holy shrine. It was liiahop Arnoldi who made the cxliibi- : tion nt that timo. anil ho wnfl soundlv rebuked /or so Uoinic by Johannes Hongo in October, 1844, ltonge was ? Roman Catholic priest ol more liberal tendencies than most of his colleagues. So he wits called upon to recant Ids heretic i disapproval of tho adoration bestowed upou a piece of apparel, and when he refused excommunication duly followed i in Decombor of the same vear. lie i received a good deal ol public I sympathy and was able to organize i u small congregation of his own in tho city of fireslau, In Silesia, which i assumed the name of Gorman Catholics. The new creed was fashionable for a tiiuo, congregations forming in i nearly 200 cities in about two vears. ] Soon, however, it came into coflision i with the more orthodox defendants i from Roman Catholicism called the "Catholic Apostolic Christians," with Johannes Czerski at one end and the "l'ree Evangelical congregations" of ' IVUIInnniiB nh/l Wnnti ? Mm ntlinr Art/1 German Catholicism thou dwindled ' down to dimensions bo small that it could no longer support Kongo, who 1 was compelled to emigrate to l'.ngland. t lie had not succeeded in damaging the . exhibit of the holy coat at Troves in the least. This holy coat Is tho most precious i heirloom ot tho bishopric of Treves, as it has not only served to keep the Etiis- j copal treasury flushed all tho time, but also that of tho townspeople comfort- 1 ably filled. It has been in possession i of tho cathedral almost fruifi tho dar . when Christianity was first established , at Treves, or about 800 A. I). From the day of its arrival It was considered as ft miracle-worker, and tho faithful j wont there to bo cured of every sort of disease, bodily or mental. Whenever the treasury of tho see was empty tho * cout was exhibited, and tho gifts of the . pilgrims wore so plentiful an to enable tho archiopiscopal court of Trovoii to bo among tho most brilliant of tliu ecclesiastical courts of the erapiro or of Christendom.,, Treves in .1 very old cttv. It lio.isto<l of being 1,300 years olifer than Home. Noarlv 1,000 years previous to the establishment of tho Herman empire Treves liml been an important city. Its archbishop became one of the most influential of the hiurarclis of Crlstiandom. It is not known at what ilnto exactly Christianity was Introduced At Xrovoi. lint ono A pricing is named in history as bishop of Troves about 314 A. 15. A few years later Emperor Constantino tho Great, tho legend says, had seen in tliu air at noontime a'flaming cross with tho inscription: "In this sign you will conquer." This occurrence is said tu have taken place on a hillside in tho valley of the Moselle, not far from tho famous castle of Constantino, a few miles distant from Trovos, when lift n'na lntuHnfr Ills jirmv tn war. This vision Is asacrteil to have boon tho cause of tho emperor's decis- , ion to embrace Christianity. His . mother, Empress Helena, or Saint llol- . oiia, was also a Christian, and alter her [ son had become emporor, she took a , jiilprim.ice to the Holy l.nnd and was , unusually fortunate on tho oxpedltion. Sho discovered the holy sepulchre and , lomid and took possession of tho veritable cross on which Christ hid suffered, ? and of the seamless coat which Christ wore that day ?nd over which the sol- J dlers cast lots. On her return she be- , stowed tho coat upon the church at Treves, where it lias remained evor slnco, and is now generally walled up behind the altar of tho cathedral. Its 1 shrine was broken open Tuesday, Aug- ? ust 18, when tho coat was tuken out, and ' to-day the exhibition of tho year 18'Jl j vas opened to the public. 1 On the spot where the exhibition of , the relio takes place?namely, the I Cathcdral'of Treves?there stood 1,500 years ago the palace of Saint llelcnn and tho lioman forum. The roof of the latter was supported by four granito columns and twelve arches, Thoso numbers were taken symbolically to represent tli" four ovimgolMs anil ttrohro apostles. the founders and supBorlys ot the Church oi Christ, and tlisKHuBn forum was transformed into a Christian clinrch. But it was destroyed, and all that is now left of the forum is a niece ot the shaft of one of tho columns lying to the left of tho entrance of the present cathedral nnd coiled the "domstein.. Ceilflieilrnl stone). The lli'jh altar is supported on stairs of block marble, on which statues of Constantino and Helena arc standing. Altogether the cathedral and the adjoining Church of Our Lady are most reniarkablo specimens of medieval architecture, pjwefiy interesting to students of the history of the urt. Oonstnntfne also htiiU a basilica or hall for the transact ion t>f commercial business, which has been transformed into a Protestant church, It is oife of the finest buildings in the city, oblong in form, 200 feet I0112 by 100 wide, the fiat roof supported on horizontal strotchers, which leaves a comparatively large open space for meeting.*. There arc not many Protectants in the city of tho holy coat." But since Treves became a Prussian city its Protestants, however few thore may bo of them, have a claim upon the consideration of their Protestant royal masters. ?So Frederuk "William IV., the elder brother of dOinperoj William I., had tho basilica transformed into a Protestant church, which is chiefly remarkable for its grand eiin-! plicity of style and ornamentation. At one of'thc most beautiful spots of | the beautiful plain in tho valley of tho j Mosdllo, whero the city of Troves is built, surrounded by hills covered with I green vineyards, thcro are the ruins of | the Koraan amphitheater. Not less than 30,001) spectators could be seated around the enormous arena that rivaled the j - ' i? i i:i.~ ?i.u 4].<k I UOJQSCUUI U1 nuiin:. nuu imn biiio, i amphitheater of Treves was among the, bloodiest upotH that ever existed. Sot a warlike expedition wan Huiwhed by the Roman Cnsanrs of these parts but great numbers of the captives were taken to this arena, there to buteher each other or bo torn to piece* by beasts of prey for the amusement of the retainers of the Romans. On one occasion Constantino, the Christian, had a whole host of Franks and Rructeri, taken prisoners of war and counted by several thousands, butchered in that arena for the amusomont of his brutal crowd. Such little matters did not stand in the way, it seems, of granting Constant/lie one of the most celebrated visions intended to convert him to Christianity. Neither had they power to prevent his mother becoming a devout pilgrim and being greatly blessed by such discoveries as a seamless coat won at a game of dice by a Roman soldier some three centuries before. The same bloodvfield where so many l.Vn..tu I,n.\ f.rnnllv tllUlinillUO Ul i I llllltD HUM UV.VM v.-.v^ slaughtered by these Roman butchers within little more than a century after the time of Constantino became witness to the decisive victory of the Franks over the Romans, and Treves was made a capital of the rising empire of the Franks?one of tho most tolling instances of the retributive justice manifest in the history of the world. In front of the* ampitheatro tho palace of Constantino was located. It was an immense building, a length of 500 feet boinir clearly traceable, and the ruins indicating that it was much larger. Several halls of 200 aud 170 foot in length and 100 feet in width have been [inearthed. Little more than tUty years :igo it was all covered with rubbish. When the city was taken possession of by Prussia Prince William, afterward Emperor William 1, of Germany, on his march homeward from the city of Paris in 1815. rodo into the city through one [>f the largo windows of the former imperial Roman palace. The window at that time servca .ft* a city.'gfljte and tho road from the Rhine "to France ran right through it. Since then the rubl)isb, sand, and earth has been removed and the window through which William rodo in 1815 is now nearly twenty feet ibove ground. Tho whole pnlaco is being gradually dug up. The relics of Human and inediteval times at Treves are now collected at tho provincial museum of the city, which s one of tho most interesting collection )f antiquities to be found anywhere. A DKF.lt WHIPS A IJUIili. In Exciting Fight In n I'usturo Fluid WitnoHHcil by n Farmer. 4 Sir a n(f>n, J'n., l)h)Mlrh. Abner M. Goodrich, who lives on ['anther Hill, thirteen miles south of his city, saw a buck deer strolling along ;he edge of a piece of" woods on his place i few days ago. Suddenly the buck itopped, threw back his antlers, and Jegan Rifting toward the farm buildings. In n hillside pasture Held, twenty rods jcIow the buck, Mr. Goodrich's herd of ;nttlo Were grazing. ah ui onco me )uck caught sight of the cattle, and, eaping over tho fence, bounded down lie hillside toward them. The cows >ocamo frightened at the buck's sudden ippearance, and with their tails in the ur they cantered to a corner of the pns,ure. l'ho bull in tho herd did not run. When the buck saw tho cows caperng away ho came to a sudden stop, riie bull immediately faced the strange mimal, bellowed savagely and began to jaw up tho dirt. Atflrat tho buck acted is if he didn't know what to make of lie noisy bull's actions, lie backed off i few feet, and the bull slowly followed lim. The bull made a lunge at the >uck with lowered hcrhis, and the buck ;ot out of his way by bounding to one lide. This was repeated a number of inic9. the bull becoming more an^ry at >uch lailuro to gore the buck, while the >uck eyed his noisy antagonist and cent out of his reach. Finally the buck began to get mad at lie way the bull was making him shift lis ground. t When the bull nan in unged ut him lie uttered a loud bleat, >ounded into the air, and struck the >ull in tho neck. One of the bull's lorns plorced tho buck s shoulder, and hen tlio bunk's lighting nature wus irnused to tho highest pitch. He Inucoil nil nrouml tup bull, jammed his >ronu'9 into the hull's sides, struck him villi Ills sharp hoofs, and didn't give lie hull ni.other chanco to goro him. tkion tho buck's energetic (Trill fierce ittack comjilotoly demoralized tho hull, lo made une inoro oii'ort tu down his ivoly antagonist, hut failed to hook ilm,"while the buck got in another tclltift strike on the hull's ribs. Then tho mil gave a bellow of rage, turned tail ike a (lush ar.d rnn'at the fAp of his peed to where the cows wore htiddlod. 'or a moment the triumphant buck tood and rated at tho fugitive hull, rhen ho whirled, Itmcd it up tho hilt, cnled the fence and disappeared in the a rest. The bull'was so badly injured hat Ifr. Goodrich had to kill hlm. Vono you ride on a railroad that ises no danger signals 1 That cough is i signal of uangur. The safest cure is )r. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Sold iv all dealers on " guarunfto of satisuction. n*w Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. MEXICO XBXT. Smouldering J'l res ,,f :L lto volution?Diaz a S**coiul lliilmacrdn. San Kxaxciwo, Aug. 81.?Private advices from llie city ef Mexico state that tho ontcnmc of the war In Chile is anxiously awaited in Mexico, anil in nine tlie insurgents win tlie result will hasten tlie revolution now smouldering in tlie land of tlie Artecs. The letter which comes from an old and prominent citizen of the City of Mexico savs that Diazisin trutli the Balinaeeda of Mexico, ami'that he is guilty of nearly tho same oflbnscs against hiimau liberty us is fSulniuccdi). I.ikothel'residentof Chile, President Diaz has had a career of tyrahny. He has suppressed all public meetings and all newspapers antagonistic to him and his policy. lie has collected taxes and disbursed public money without authority lie has throttled free speech anil free press lu Mexico, ami has nut to death. half a scora of Mexican journalists. ' \ Tim Mayor Find* a Il'Mly. ifev York, Aug. 31.?Mayor Grant made a personal visit to the scone of the Park 1'luce disaster shortly before noon to-day. He poked about In the debris in the vault inside the walk- and was horrified to discover the charred and mutilated body of n man. What looked like another human body was lying near by. 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V. cowtubtodwo-o.w.a./wtfc : HE 1>T(6bming . A\yS)PQWDER Guaranteed. lKING powder is guaranteed iqht. and is sold ON its POSSIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT ib, Retail at 5 cts. Retabi atHQots. g$etablatgqct8. i. Try a Pound Can. W L. DOUGLAS SHOES. n Auk my agents for W. L. Donglan Shoo*. If not Tor inle In yoor place imk your dealer to Houd for cnJnloune, secure the agency* and net them tor yoo. ^ WHY 18 THE W. L. DOUGLAS ra? KT^HOGW TOE WORLD I RmTjONEY? , It U a seamless shoe,"with no tacks or wax thread to hurt thofeet; mado of tho bent flno calf, stylish and easjr, and bmiuM tee makt more thnrt of thin Urada than any other manufacturer, It oquals handsowed shoos cost lug from S4.U0 to $5.00. ffiC 00 Uonulnn llnml-Nowrd. thn finest calf vali shoo oror offered for $S.UU; equals French Imported ishoes which cost from #JUmo fliUXX ffiA 00 Iliind-Htimul Welt Shoe, lino calf. stylish, comfortable aud durable. The best shoo ever offered at this price: samo grudo as custom-made shoe* costing from sfi.CH) to Mji). CO AO I'nllro Shoej Farmers. Kallroad Men vwi and Letter Carriers all wear them; lino calf, seamUss, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extension edge. Ono pair will wear a year. CO 30 fine cnlfi no lwtter shoo over offered at wail this pricej ono trial wilt couvluce thoso ?iiu nuui uhuiiu iiirrunuonaiiu scrvic*. CO '2!i itud ?'2.00 Workiiiumon'n shoes iBiffmm aro very strong and duruble. Thoro who lmvo glron them n trial will wear no other make. Dauo' 82.00 mill 81.73 scb<>ol shoe* aro 63 %JJ O worn by the boy* ercrywhare; they Mil on their merit*, as the InemwlUK sale* snow. I oHIoc ').?? Hnndnewed shoe, beat kdUICD uongoln, veri'styllsbseqaaUftench Imported shoes costingfrom $14ju to fiu?. i.adica* 82.00 nnd 81.7.1 shoe for Mumo* aro tho beit nn?T>ongola. Rtyltsn and durable. C'uutlon.?Sro that W. L. Douglas' name aud prlco aro stamped ou the bottom of each shoo. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mom. Stonk'r Cash Siiob Stour. 1m2 Mala Street, Mf..nKKMP.t.i.F.it ?fc sajivek, 2161 Market tftreot, Jolty Dcr/u.s. Kenwood. jafl-mug plum bing, etc. m|jk" IKON PIPE ^essss^bhl valvksl 1410 mid 1418 Market St, Wheeling, \V. Vo. !2Z!i- I ^y-Ji. HAltE & SON, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, < GAS AND STEAM FITTERS. No. 33 Twelfth Street A1I work done promptly at rpnronftble prices. Geo. hibberd & son. Succeuon to Thompson ?fc fllbbord. i PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, 1 OAS AND STEAM FITTEItS, BRASS FOUNDERS Specialties:?Natural Una Supplies, Kteuia Heating and Ventilation. 1314 Market 8trect, Wheeling, W. Va. Mr All work promptly dono at moat reasonable prices. jafl PICTURES d. ART MATERIALS. jjpw stock. ^ Fresh Blue Print Paper OF THE HIGHEST GRADE JITBT RECEIVED , 11LUE PRINTS MADE TO ORDER, ' At Art Store, 1223 Market Street myl? E. L. NICOLL. educational. Mt. Db. CHANTAL. nub wueeli.no. w. va_ Full English, MMhcrantlcal ana tw Col Course. Musical Department especially koteu ? Location unrorpaved for beauty as.i heaiA Weekly boarder* or dor scholars roctived iru~ Wheeling or tbo Tlcinlty. a Sister will SS dav scholar* at tlio 8 a. m. uiutor aud return with them at 3 p. m. ^ For further particulars apply to U2S THE DIRECTRESS +in?HEEL.ING + Business College. FACULTY FOR THE ensuing year: J. M. FRASHER, rrluclpal ami Suporlulondont Course of Ioitrnotion und Departmeats. GEO. W. KRAMER, Principal of Commercial Department GEO. B. FRASHER, Principal of English Department MISS JENNIE S. CARROLL, principal of Shorthand and Typewriting T. M. GARVIN, Lccturer ou Commercial Law. tm nv mwivtrh \ att8 Instructor Id Gorman. MBS. M. SIEVES HA?,if School for Girls, ?AKDHISS MAE BELLE HART'S School for Young Children, Will open In September in large. n!rr and wdl lighted room* in tbo Crungle block. Mark# btrcot. A full corps of etllcU-nt teaolien. Thi M-htiol will be divided iwto three ?loj?urtincnu. primary, (Jmmuiur oud AcuUuwlu, of thru gro'les cach; % ^ T, , iwja ww? uu jirupuivi lor inu i.imiy i rCSUCUa clou. The pu*t ycnr wo? snccessful in a high tor* making necewwrvu provision (or n la rye mi;m in the number of pupil*. jpj LINSLY INSTITUTE WHEELING. W. VA. A SCHOOL FOR TIIE THOROUGH TEACHING OF BOYS AND YOUNG MEN. itllltanr, English and ClasJlcal Coureci Ala Modern Language*. Military Department In chnrgo of au oflictr of the United states Navy. FALL TERM ntUINI. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1891, For further particular* aril on or adilre? Il ia A. W. Campbell, President Board of Tnutea, Jobu J. Jones, Esq., Secretary of Board of Twtees, or . JOHN M. HUM II, |>h. D., jyH 1'rincl pal UJSUUJN COhLl'AilATh lArvTITUTE. O NO. 51 SKVKNTKKNTl! HTREET. This highly prosperous Institute (or Youa: Ladies and Afluc* reopens SKPTKMUER 7. The Principal 1iuh devoted herself for quite uuiaber of yoars to the art of teaching here la her native city, atid the success which 1ms invariiblv attended her efforts if farombjy ltuom. Mln Blanchard. au eminent plnnlstc und violinlute, lithe Preceptress of Music, which horcttcclvca particular attention. The course of study embraces the higher English -branches. Mithf matlcs, Book-keeping. Music. French. Ueruuo. Latin, Drawing and Oil Painting. Kifclttl ?todenli admitted to the clasps in Uook-kwplnj, Arithmetic and Business Correspondence. Codnet-ted with the Institute Ik a department for small boys. ]"or particular*, cull on or sdJrai either of the undersigned MJS&PA IH/1NE }I. SEpriN. JYJncipaL MISS E. ZELDA BLAN'CHARl), nn2Q Associate 1'rlnclp*!^ UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. SUMMER LAW I.KCTUHUS (nlno melcllt oil. Ii.it. 1 Will nfift Mid Oth ft-ttfi>nibei Have proved of sIkuuI use.?lfit. to students *jw design to pursue tuelr studies ?t tub or otnej Law School; 2nd. to tlio?J who pro|ipse to rw privatoly; and ?d. to praetitlouors who hare nut Iind thb advantage of systematic fnjtrucUoti For circular Apply (P. 0. t nlvc.-r>ity of \ tw lottcsvlllo. Vn.) to Jons B. Mikoh, I'rof. and SuttoLaw. lay^W*^ Washington & Jefferson College, WASHINGTON. PA. The !>ltt S'onr begins Supt. 10. Cljsslrol. lift Eeiumllte unci Hciontliic coiirhts ol study. parofory lA'partmont conducted .by toe' oiiw Faculty. Expense* low. Moral* of the p?aw good. No saloon*. For catalogue.hmuj;tu auu l'ltllsiUKM Mol-KAT^ Stannton Military Academy Tor Young Men and Hoys. For illustrated cataloguo, nf,(,rc,s Staunton Military ArxbrjiY, Staunton. Vt J\*V TTIr-l" EAVKR COLLEGE AXI) MrMCAl INSTITUTE tor yolnil ulrl on; >?J l?ll?. Hoover, rn. Encllili. Slcotlila, < la? J* Arc, Elocution ui<l Special Muile cooric. ronronnblo. So ml lor Catalogueto llic Fjj? ItEV. II. T. TAVI.OH, llcavor, Po. iinm? CORNICE AND TIN ROOFING. GALVANIZED IRON COIffl AML *TIN + ROOFING* .. . i ..h?l Speclnl attention civcn to an kid<u *> ? Iron unci Tin Work on Untitling*. Ak> _ ,, , Steel and Felt Hoofing. , ? CaJJ ami net urives ln-foM rontrurtlin? u I U l'KEPAUEI) TO GIVE HA KUAItf lu tliut llnu of work. B. F. CHLDWELL. I join Corner Main find South StrcK BUSINESS CARDS I WHEELING ME & TRUST CI), I So. 1315 Markrt f?r?nt H Titles to Ke.il E*tnto Examined /in IMmnnteeJ Stocks, BoQdl and Itcnl lament and hold on Coinmlwiou. DIRECTOR*: f. M. Brown, J. E. Hughe*, ,..,nr.. ij^r. f. H. Knrlor. H. F. Uenreu*, r j' ioo.u:ifnnnnn, A. Kvymnnu. . j 1 ft. 3/. KuMcii, XV. I- Hub j.ir l J A !l M. Kcmkll .. J'r ' H Uiva F. bTufci *'*?,.*2' H 3. It. K. Olixiinif-T Examiner of ** Tk 110WELL, H ? * ?"" * r r??TT TVT ft l^ai/rsnj w ? Seal Estate and Notary Public JSt___BRipQEPORT. O, . H YyiJE?UN"G LABORATORY, H 1620 MARKET STREET. 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