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WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JULY 8 18.98. NO. -29. IS PUBLISriEP WEEKLY BY JOHN H. GRABILL. ?rlUttat'Kll-'TIOll $1?00 Per Y^ar. Invariably in Advance. Alloominunicailonsi.l ?? privat uature ?rill beobarged for ?sadvertiBing. THE HEBALD JOB OFFICE i ?oiaidele m ever? reepeSS. Woik done n ?bort notioeand on the most reasonabl? erni?. ^^^^^^^^______ ; Advertising Kate?. At veraaenisnirs will be tnaaaeedat (lb dollar por ?qnar?of tenllnasor lass, tor the tir?t insertion, sad 50 sent? tatet, h sob.eqoent insertion. (7*Quart6rlj or jssrly ?SvastSBM ?at by contract. EsTUnlesa th? namberof lBMrtt??. it marked apon the manossrlpt, advert!??? ment? will be published satil forbidd.n mu? charged tROKKSSlO>AL CARDS ?a T W 11 l.IAM? \yiLLiAMS ,v. BROTHER, Attorneys - at - Law? WOODSTOCK, VA Practice in ili?- Coortsot Bbenandoab, Kock11n5ba.il, Page, Frederuk ami ?V... r?)n aaaasiea, i ?? m t?ie Coon ?>t M>pei-i? <>t Virginia and intbeUnitad StBtts Dis? trict Court. E5**-?pecia. attention given to the col action ofelm.iis Mai 15. 'tJ4-tl W. R. ALKXANIH B, Winchester. V i M. n. v? I \1>KK, Woodstock, Va. A LEX ANDER A Wl NDER Attorneys-at-Law, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. Office in Court House tW P-ompi ait utiou to all legal bssi .es?. Mt. Alexauiler will attend reg o lar lj all th?ieouDt\ ami circ?n ci.urt? ol Slieuau doaii cou u ti? ret). iia'Qi? M. L ?S-AI.10.?. r.. l>.M-\?MA>i, tyALTON* ft WAI.Ti'N Attorneys-at-Law, WOODnTOCK, Va Practir? in al! th? Coarta of Bbeaarj loan an.! adjoining couutie?. in tin? 8o prism? I'onrt ?>t" Appeals, and iu the Cir ? cnit and 1'istriet Conrt? of tbe Uuited Star?-?. Special attention tocollectioo of claims. Oct. 20.1 r. s. Tavfwkr. 3 M HU?KK?'AN |\\VK\Nl-;i. ^ BA?SERMAN, Attorneys-at-Law. W0008T0CK, VA. Jau ?1-1\ CLISE Resident Physician mare'. I D R. W C. KOKl? answ r : Mr. !.. H, a may s HOI.MEs CONRAD Y. W MAtiKtliEK X>NKAl) ,?c MAGR?DER, Attorneys - at - Law. WOODSTOCK, VA. Ros '-'? O. C. o'FLAtlgUTY. M. I. Ktl.TtlN 0 TI.AHKKTY & FUI TON, ATTORNE?S-AT-LAW. FRONT ROYAL, VA. -?null tbeCuurta and enn meet clients foi oon.i .ta' loi ,?* Si on Court ?U,\ or ?t an} tmie parties uia.v wmb. RaaaaaacEs: Proal Royal Nation* B?nk, and llaiik of Warren, ian. 4?l?. I kl;. ,J. E. RUSH, Dentist. WOODSTOCK. VA Established In 1889. House, f?ru - Office near Conn Maj-J-lv. T\R T. F. LOCKE, Resident Dentist Office, Main St., W(i?h.st??ck, Va. |y Chloroform, ether sud cocaine used for paiale?? extraction of teeth. Dec. ?Sly D K.J. M. BROWN, Hs? tmimsil hi? prattles at TOM'S BROOK. VIRGINIA. Prompt attention ?HI be given to a!' L.?| B, I 1 ['?'ton? la the Fort, oi Cedsr Creek or nearer home. par. i.t".-tf._ E8TABLIBHED 1872 J. F. Saiizn & Co WHOLESALE Produce Comtcdssici: Merchants 9'j.") 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""fUtenU Uk.n thn.u.h Muim A In r.- ."ve ipirlnl notirt, without cli?rye. in the lion is piub.klT p.t.iii ?trio .?j>?iifl.l???tlsl. II? ist. ?iliie?t ?Bencji fen ?nt? taken tlireiiL'?! M l witirt, without cli*rve Scientific American. A hanrUntnely IllnsfHted ?Ml cn'.tli.n ?.f ?ny ?.-.eiitia?' li.urn? r : tour months. St- Sold by ?II new??l.> Co.36,B^?'New York ?*?, as? r at?. wa*tuti?tuu. i>. c THINK NOT AGAIN OF ME. Dark sorrow"* wings br ?xi o'er my soul. And 'Heath their baneful power My hope? have wither? I like the dew. I'lMin i ? m pangs oi anguish free. Thy love mus? nt 'or, n >*erbemine. Think mu again of me. When In I v*lry, i u mualc and ol mirth, nli. I would have the to forgel n i h ! i would no! i? o l life l'|.. :i..:. unknown ? (in ?hare thy love ? oh some fond heart And waste it not on me. Cpoi Still ill lu tig it- fo.tr. iy h.art. ?? hieb fate baa thrown l'pon Ami.I ni) tea THE GUEST OF THE CLOSET. HOW TWO I IBER1 ?? I "\T\i, AMERICAS LAOS SAV Ell l SPY PROM c ?PTUBE III' lili. lilil? Nil. I.V T. . . HABBAl oil. Daring that memorable winter when the Br tish army held pus session of Puilat.elphia, while the little force under Washington shivered under th?- leafless treea rti it sarreuuded their cheerless Ctt'ltollIIielit. some ol the inns' e\ ci?ini! scenes of the revolution took place. The Bi'i?h reveled in lut ht. uni nearly eV'-i V night ?vus given up tu feasting nuil other enjoy lllHlit?, so llllicll so tlimt Rome peo pie forgol the other atin.\ amid ihe snows of I ?cceinliei-. The led en ?i? ttiiouge? the streets, tHlkllig ill merry l ou en about -1 h?* t*u?l ?i the ?IT? ,' ?iliH'll ttiei believed t?) be ut ,11 ,1! h.nul, iitnl nl their letui 11 lll.l iletoi ions over the 1 . liellious colonies. One bluster? night in the heart ol the ?1 inter a taint bul eager rap-dug ?va? beard al a cert-tin tli? Q 1 ?k t City, and .1 l?iij -,ii, ' uccupaut ol the roo u sprang up ami upelied it. A mail s'mid nil the t hlesliold. '?nt the moment be s tiv the j ou h lo- drew back uni in 'ke?l Irigbt eneil. T? tin? M1 s. i', ick'a bonsef he asked in ? m.1 eut. ?Yes, !i it mother is not at borne. dile is Visiting a sirli si?!""- II) (11T mantown, aud father-' ?I know where your lather i?, hoy,' ami (be man at the door touched the hill's aim. T saw him tint the Other ?lav, ami-' ?('line in, come m,' interrupted the liny. -If you saw father you m list haie come from the American arm.! ?' ?That in not all. They are look ing for me!* he exclaimed. 'It is a leinlile thing to l?e hunted liv the kind's soMiecs in Philadelphia.' ?Hantedf vVhydotbej* ?rantyou so badly it V?u aie only a soldier of the American armyf* A strange expression came to the man's faoe, and the boy (lui not resuma. Me nnde*Bioed; the stranger was A booted spy, ami, pursued by the enemy, bad come to the house toi -heiter. -Have they tracked you to this house"' asked Aden Black, the boy. 'Not qmte. toe lasi I saw ol the.11 w is m the street at ih? month ol the alley. Thev won'i give lip till thel'le (-?lie-lit HI". I am a spy' boy. Theiel don't tun. me inn nu !li i' lecoont.' 'Havs no tears. Ymi fjgbt with fitter and that's enough Tins way Mother will not b" home till some ti ne tomorrow, and th?*re ? 1 place tor ion under 0 ii roof.' I'nii-t'ps paaaiug tie bouse at ih.it moment caused the soldier to .1.1 Allen pushed him to? ward a Closet 111 one corner of the roo 1 . ?It's derk and there are r.li in It,' he said with a smile as be opened the door. 'Into the closet ?ijuiek! I'll do the rest, neiet 1 nu fear. Alleil shut tin- door an I turn t-d away. Km a 1110 nent the full impor I taw ot fl hit he had j ist done t?ok possession of his mind and he realized t?o- drUlgai in which he ii id placed biraaelf. Bat a few dais inline in Iront ol Indepen? dence II ill he had read a large pooler which called attention to the fact that numerous American epics weie in the habit ol entering the city, aud a reward was ?ftere?! for the arrest ol any one, or of any yerson who liartiored them. Allen and a >oung friend of bis own Bge, a si :oemnk< i's unison, and bad agreed that, while it was extremely dangerous to have SI thing to do wit?. Amencm ?pi i thev would not refaae shelter Htiy one who whs haul pressed the enemy. The boy tlioiig.it of this now a , a ?'lance ?it the closet door strengt i'iieil his resoliiiliiii. 'I will tell (iilhiTt ?mil wo w I pot oar heads together,1 thong h.-. Then lie. went over to th.? elos ? and said to the man Inside. 'Kiep quiet anil move nut y on" peril. I am going out lor I few momenta, Wnen I noms bac I mar not be Alone.' A promise to comply with t request cune from within snJ m.? A lea slipped Into the stjeer. .1 u around tbe corner was the co blingsbop of ?Tared Parks, ti father of his young Bcqaslntaac hut the father was sick abed, i Allen knew. !n a ro?ante? be bad been at m It ted to tbe shop ?mu a boj loo eil up from the shoe bench whet be worked with sleeves rolled u 'The tlu.e has no me,' said Alls ?I have a spy in tbo bonse ami w nuis! save him. Thei'ii.Miiv are o his track, c'.in joa come over i llOUSe, (rlill-?! iV It did not take Gilbert l\uk long to dull thf leather apron am pot ilowii Ins sleeves. In a littli ivbile tin- two 'i...',s entered tbi room with the closet and \; u ?aid: ?They have tracked him t<> to mouth ot the alley. T e.y k.i thai father is with Waabingtoi .'iii.i the? ma? search the bons? before tt.e\ civ? him up.' T ?i- last ??"nl had bardl. left tin line's toiigae when a ??>ii?l knock llig was heard and 'le youths ex changed looks. 'Tli.-y are here,' s til A" ?n in < whisper, '\\V must s??vi- Washing ton's sp.. t? lliei t." A' .m crossed the room and dre? back tbe bolt. The next momem t .i- dour ?a as I) list opea and tin suarlet uniforma ol Uve tirittati ??> illers were seen. Their leadi ? i and stal wart sergeant kin>?'ii all over lb?. city as 'Sergeaii'l Hercule Hie mea at his back wen- nearly hi-? equals in phvsiqne. There w;>s snow and mud 01 tneir boots bat they did uot eue im the carpet, m they marched in am! halted near the door, where tiny ?vete contronted by Gilbert and Allan. ?Where's your mother, boys, asked ?Sergeant Hercules singling out Allen. 'In Geiaaantowo, sir. ?Vci.v well. Didn't a man comt Hi t tie door a \? bile Sgof 'Yes, slr,'fesrlessly replieil Allai who knew that the sn???v had doubtless betrayed the bunted American. 'Weil, where is In-?' Allan made a sweeping ?_'.-?tint and faced the aolulera wnii te markabie coolness. ?Yon have eyes,'said he '?> tbe tall aergeant. 'Do you sec the Mie man \ou're looking loi?" The soldiers mounted the steps and ?Sergeant Ileiiules Homed again to the boya. ?Is he up then-?' he demanded. 'Ton can look, .?ir.' said Allan. ?W? will, and it WS lind bin, why, you'll go witii us to head quarters, i-hark-ed with disobeying the general's oid-rs. Dou'l ovei look e- siniiie cranny, ?neu.' i?. Ins followers. 'The ?p, i?, in tbe bons ? ami ?e are here to Hint h?in.' The four redcoat a vaniabrd up tne steps and in ? little s bile voices and some uoiaC ca'ue do?vn from above. ? am Barcales leaned Into the doorway .in.) ci led oat! "Hung bun down alive, meo. Remember ??e aie not to lake tin spv-'n life. Tbe noose will do that.' Allan leaned toward the mysti Ded Gdben and wblspered ?bile the tall sergeant sddreeSSd Ihh men: 'lliev have found the apple but ter; thal's all, Gilbert It, is mere! I a Straggle for the butter and ? Mrare goes r>rges>ot fferonlea sp to investigate! In a rage the big BSTgeMl had mounted i he steps for purpose of assisting in the cap'me nf the bun t?d apy, and Ihe moment he van Irthed Allan sprang to the stairway and shut the door. ?The bolt! the bolt, quick, Allan,' cried Gilbert, AllanV eaeer finger? shot the bolt on the slaii door and in another moment Sergeant Iteicules ami his men were the prisoners of the lolt. The boj s could hear the big ser? geant order the men away Ir.im the apple butter, which they had unearthed ut one comer of the attic, and he ?vas threaten then? with all sorts ol tnllit rengesnoe as they laced him v besmeared races and ludicious appearance. 'It is the spj's opportnnl cried Allan. 'It is now or ne with tin- patriot.' He ran ti? the door ol the cli and threw* it open. The hunt ?nan looked ont. -Quick,' cried the boss. 'TI .m- prisoners m the loft. Sergei Hercules and his men must bo in the do.ii in gel down again, \ have a little time.' ?Ran down the alley and cli the tenet- ai the end nt tin* Ml one Mm v bouse,' pal in (tllbe 'T: is the home n| (iiann.v S ilmi Ah, they're mi the Steps DOW.' A m m ihn ted serous the rt> and out into snow, Gilbert shut Ihe ilni.i belli him, when there ?vas a hard thun log mi the stair door, as if t muekela of the British soldi? were a bon i to break it down, -tVe'll demolish tin- boose if t?i dnii't let us nui.' thundered B< ?.'e Hit llel'CllleS, Allan looked at the door ai langhed. 'You'.I |>.i\ loi another it' yi on.' in- said .is In- nrosaetl the tuti verj deliberately and pushe 1 bt? the bolt fn r. Veal tile HOllliei their laces Util slin ? Ing m.II Us tlie'l I lid nil the apple Inn ' S i geanl 1 lercilles sprang in tile room and thrust Ins liainli ! to 'In? b VS' I ices. 'Yinl let hllll nut,' he CI led. ?Di?! w, ?' reapoi e ' Allan.ill ?I'm e |t.' ?We in!!. We |,,..-| i] i m in m across ;ln- room nul tie If >ni do? shm?proof enough im us,1 ?Ami i he closet door ij one of Ihe |ui\ ate? ?s lie op?-.1 ?l iilel vitll hl ? musket. ' I. nU for l nin Helves,' BUSS ill' Ai!m, Wim wi?hcd to detain fh soldiei Sergeant II renies picked u the c ? m! I.- ,u ?l search ?d the dosel finding, a? he s.nd. evidences th.i it li.ui bur recently had a ?? ?You g?) m i'li us to heu'!') lai lei he said, ti , ?den,; upo r he !io\ ?. Al.m .uni ('? i liei I stepped loi ?i aid and submitted. It meant tun for tiie hunted spy. Through ?he s: m? \ streets o Philadelphia the stalwart soldien m King George marched tbeli yoothtul prisoners and in dm time tiie? ?c?e nabered Into tin presence ol him a ho bad c insa tin- promulgation ol the orde ruei lean spies. The general, seated in a largi srmuhaii bet?re an open Are, look ed nier his pip | at the yoOlbfll prisoners and surveied them fron head tn loot, u h ml II r coles told his BtOrj . A lian and Gilbei t st tod with folded aims before the militan tribunal and waited lor tin- genet al tn ?peak. 'Did yon lock Sergeant Hercules and his min m the lnii?' querrietl Kuypbausen. ?We did,' replied Alien boldly ?I n anled to give tlii'iii a good op portunit} tn gel away with out apple butter, tor while it lasted then- was a chance toi the spy." The rotund od (ici in in general fell back iu his chaii and laughed till the cheeks ni S -rgeaill 11 - -1 - C lies and his d?Ugbtj mill grSB red. ?The buys aie discharged,' he suddenly cued 'When I ?end my in i-1 ? in catch rebel spies I ?In m t e\|n 01 a j it nl libel apple buttel n stop i lull?.' I i a lew minutes Allan and Grillten ?vile liack III the (miller's borne aud the spi hunt w.is over. In due time the spj succeeded in quitting the city, causing to V, sshington some Impoitant In? formation which intime ihe great general of the pan hits turnet] aj?? inst the enemy,tbauka to Allan Blaek and (?i bert Parks, wim bad saved the ipj ii.uii tin- hands of Bergeanl Herc?lea. ?Hoes AuntRebeocu lake aaj m teiest m the wai." ?Yes ?he says she hopes the guns won't lie ueai enooght tn disiui W her setting lien? ' Tetter. ?siill-Hlieiini and Fa-joina. The inteii?' itching nti'l sinartiti'f, inci? dent t" Ihonr ilanasca, laln.tantly Hllay??d vin* ( bamberlain ? Bye und skin Ointment. Many very be ii i.cnn'incnth- eni'd hv O 11 is ei-nally efficient f. rr Itching **iass and a favorite- i.tnedv for ?ore nipples, Chapped huno?, chilblain?, fro?t bit?? and chronic ? per box. I?r. GMy*l liinilition ruiniert, ate Jnst what ft horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blond purifier and vennifnge. They are not f.1 but medicine ?ml the bast In ueste i-.t ? BOISS in priflM cotnlition. Prie? 20 cent? per packago. COULD N'OT BE RETURNED Six year old Tom m le was sent In his eldest sister to the corner grocery to buy a pound of Inmp sugar. Re played ailes <>n lus way to tbe store, ami by the time be had arrived there be bad fbi ? gotten what kind of sngsr in- wss sent for. So be took home a pound of the graiiula'ed article. His eldest sister sent him luck to tbe store to get lump sngsr. After the proprietor ol the grocery shop had made the change for the little lad he engaged Tommie In conversa lion. 'Tommie,' said be, ?! anderetand there Is ? new tnembt r ol yooi tamil?, ':' ' . cs, sir,' replied the kid: 'I've gol s little brother.' ?Well, how do you like thai, bey V Inqaired the grocei. man. ?I>i>i.'r like it at all,' .?aid Tom inn : ?rstber have a little 'Then, why don't you change him. Tommie" ?Well, tve woold; b it 1 don'l suppose we can? foa see? wt have used him four d iys oow.' '.l/amie.' said i be father, who looked a?, innocent as h" could. 'I accidentally overheard sun,, of yoorconversation with tbatyonng man in the parlor laat evenlui. W liv ?liil't von ?i- right dowa ou him ??ben be said yo?i could begl ' ec inoniitmg i>v both using the same chair!' ?I did, p ip i.' and she ilao looked as iunocent aa s ie ?? i dd. 'Who i? that I see yoa feed in? nearh every night In tbe kitchen, il?.Hi.''' ?That's my intended, tbe po ce man, ma'am.' ?Well, it he's yonr intended, why di.ii: you inarrs him?' 'I'm waitin till his appetite _r. down a bit ma'am.'?Tonker? Statt sin.iii. ? I. ? ive the bouse,' cried l?t tie I! 'ik?. making a brave bl ti ? t ?rh '?. the hurg lar. ?1 Intend to, I." re plied tbe bnrgl ir, ?ourteoosl?. 'I am merely aiiei- tbe co Win.n l take bouses I do M through .u t.- il eat ite chauoels.' tj ??. . and Diarrh Best. l. B?casse o ?ft ?f?l? slaiost ia?t?nl Bad cholera morii'is. ?.'. Raes i-- il la lbs at j remedy tl.?f never fail? in ri.-? Bios 3. Beeaoas Ij that ? chronic ?I; in l. BasBBse it is tin- on ? i wi?i prsvsnl bilioBi i ?? onl.v r?*iri?-.?y 1 li.it will cur terj . r. Beoaass It li Iba ??al r rum. can alwajs he depsuded upo -holer? hinfantiiMi. T, Baesase il Istbemosl protnpi sod tad i..; i'? ?? medioina la as? lor bowel coraplsiats -. Hennis? it prod nee? no bsrl '.' Ki-i'liilse it is plBBsBBl BBd lu. BscaoM it h?s uvsil tba more peonle thao aa? other aaedioio? ii the ?? oriil. - for ?h'h In I,. 1!. Im in. Doctor?I just met yonr wife Tuat mediciue I sent her by yon seems to bave ben? lit.-.i bei greai l.v. Du m ley?Seo t her? Why doc toi, I r 11 < > i ? __ 11 r v-'ii ? ml !b ?r was for me, and I was m the boapit il a week aftei I to ?k it?Rlcblll ni 1 Diapatcb. Ilsuslnn ? I'd like !o u'o shoot i ig tomorrow, it I could onlj sei a dog that was well trained I in. I ? Oh, I'll let ion take !> ?' tie, i hen! She c in stand in bei m a 1, ami pi iy dead, and sa. bei prayer?, and do lois of things! ?Did \ou h.iai a bou i France and Portugal piiuioa] BiiaioP ?????! t-.. obsei vaut ?Mardi r. ?No; is it ?o?' replied toe croas eyed boarder, excitedly. ?Look at the m ?p and 0 i will find that they j un. 'Pivv,' a*ke?l tin? little l?ov. 'didn't ?on sa> its your Npech thai you expected the iu.?p of the worid 11 be cbaoged snon" ' think I did,' said the orator. Then Wbal is the Use nt III?, studying lograpby?' ?I sav, Mead, vom hors? is a little contrary, in he no!' 'IT? airee!' 'What mikes linn stop,1 then!' 'Oh, he's afraid someone Will say whoa' and he shan't In- r It.' CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. AQUEENDETHROIN OR. TALMAGE TELLS THE STOf THE BEAUTIFUL VASHTI. I'raotlral I.?,.,,,,. Iir??.. h rom II. Life Kor All C-adltloas an,I All A Qneaalj Martvr t.. Ki?Bly In?, A Woman t.i In, W\sMivi,-rn\-, July 8.?Dr. T.-il beautiful qui ,!. und , 1er i, I ! 12, " i h.- king ?:? sin- wa ' ??." We atand amid the palace* of .?hau. I ithl 'I. tile W. ,ll liug fr un tie ii 'l w ith im ? ? I ? hull'.' n'd until it ?i round of -; i mighty le ? shining ? ..?. arabei lered work in w tiie sky, ? ?-. weddiuK tor re] . in w k until all ' m .ir ed u. and fraukiuci ? llline 1. let .11 .Old- 111. .llllloll . .mau ,i - our u wine 1 ? and 1' Bidden i > th. llanqnet. Ill .. Drnnki n \ ? ? ? ?..u! :? : ll than Aiia-u ru-, ni' re 1 rillial I ' , ii r to di ? ::. kili?, .Old -" a nid iiu'i . "I will M' r g i banquet tin?' ill !. " A w.i- infuriate, und ? . rty ami tuin of ;t n planne ns, who .-he I to admire this martyr ? ". Well, the la?! veati feast '. lan?l baa fad .1 - taukan in is ; ruin, but as world stand tli re will be moltitndi i of men ani n, familiar w will coin,' into thin illery o: (.od and admire tho divine ;> ?trait ol Yashti th" veiled Vashti : \ J.-M 1 the (?nct'll. In the lir-t place I want y< a u. n \ i-lu?, thi s a ? ii'i" n. rayed with white, drawn around bet id, indi, ai.-.! hi r .|'ii ? nly posi? ti..u. It was no small honor to btiqats n in ?iicli a realm aa that. Hark to the if hi r rob her jewels, And yel ll Is not m t.. bave place end i ? rder to be qneemy. Wh? n I * e a woman with ?tout faith <n (?i d. potting I apon all meannes*: and aelfishneaa and ? display, going right forward tn .?ei ve Ci.ri.-t and the race by a urillitl a ni b gloriosa service. I aay, "Thai Woman is a i-iicn. " and the ranks i f heaven look over the battlements noon ?i. ami whether she comes up from the shanty on the otanmons or the mansion of the tahittoal Is square I pi.'.a her with the sliont, "All hail, Queen Vashti l" Wli.it gjli r o the brow "f Mary o t Se itl nid. or Kli/.aheih of Eng land. OS M,it.,iul of Trance, or Cat her? nie . ! I. .red with tie : Ian mothers, many of tlniii gone Lato i,l"r.v' "r ol ?hat woman mentioned in th.? Scriptures, who put her all Into the bord nry ; or of Jephthah'l danghtaT, who -Hat i.'ii of un?t Itish pa I nl. who rescued the herd? and lb ' k? of Inr liusnaiid : or of Rath, wh.? toil..! andtwa tropical son i-, old. belpleflB Naomi; or of Florence Nightiugala*, who went at midnight to -tain h the battle Wounds of tea Crimiu; or of Mi?. Adoiiiram .luds.'ii, who kiadled the lif-ht? vation amid the darkness of I'l-riiia:, [ema?s, wli holy soul ta word? which will fon be associated w ith bnut< r's captive'? chain, and bridal bonr, lute's tiir.ib, and curfew'? knell at dying day, - women, aoknown ou earth, v given water to the thirsty, ami brea?1 the hungry, and medicine to the ai ;m?l .?uni.s (o the discouraged, tl ? ; ? heard ;il?mur dark lane, ami rament hospital, and in a corridor, and by i i h?- no royal robe, there may be no p? them, for all charitable men will nr with the crackling rtospil tie blotchi d in greeting ber an i: "Hi . ?I.imp of W.iiiinlv In.litiiiliin. Again, I want yon to rouaidi the veiled Aha-u? ru? ami bi ; that ?: with 1er f.i mid Im -h. eked nil i ?i' ty, und i m iii intoxication demu in th? .: ii,iv.. i : ?i' r. A? ?? me Bowi i - ? m them, .?i iimi nppoiui womanly ua truiiive spirit, i.. ?I ?.n.??? in a\? I :i I-.il ella to s tu ?trike the timbrel .it the ti :? a .Man.- Ant? iuctte I French moh the front of an an ? a, cryii " Up, u?.! Tin? i- the day m wlii th?' Lord will deliver si?, r.i into tl Ami when the worn. ?. r wurk ami i positions, ' ? -I pr. par? ? it. and they . their ?oal u lightu and whirlwiu in their breath, and the I r 1 oiiiuip iti'iit in the mi. They v. i furnac a.? ;n flower?, ami - "t In II dowu t i tic ;r .it th?' ?tamp .if woinanlj ally, Dorcas would rather make a ga in. lit ' ? Till th?- n :i would ratbi r make i : th.- Hebrew maid would rail er give a prescription for '? the woman of Sarepta wuuld rutl ? r (gather n few al ruished Elijah ; I'll? !?? wi nld rail er carry a letter t"r the i M th? r Loi? v, Timothy m the tscripturea \A a woman going -. with cheerful dignity presiding .?t t; with kind and gentle but tin - ry. g< ? i, ' : linn who \? ?I -ay. "This Hut when I see a worn m.- !? ildu. s?. loud i nt mi;'. -? through thi ? rayed m a very ban lliuery, cry ?.nt. "Vaahti ha? 1???t ber veil!' i w ?!:..m. struggling for p ' pri fennent, trying I .mty amid I ciiliiie demagogue? who stand witl -. . and di ? ind civi ?i?wh? n I -? ?? aw I ? ill thai horribl? . -' 1er v? il!" Wh? u I se a woman i ( tare? ami of l I with all I do tur her and .if high ?oeial ; n. -- and haul an uii'li'tiiii .1 ein! ? . ?tnil an.I rie ? in . '?\ adit: V I ? ?:. . ..I ? ? ?. n. I want you I . sliu-haii. i .thai 1 havu seen hi rl le??. !1 -, I ??11.11?'?.?. ti i ?th a broken In art. \V1 It is Vaahti the aacritiec. Uh, what a il waa from ion t?. a wayfarer's cn:?r ' A littli pr .v? ?1 and - uow aone ao ? tu acknowledge her acquaint une.'.?hiii. Vaahti til Ah, yon and I have seen it manya tune. Hen is a home eiiipalii??ed wit All that refinement and books and wealth can do fi r thai borne has been done, bat Ahasui m... the I Hii.l the i.itii. r. i? taking bold on path? et ?m He is ?rradually going down After awhile he will Boonder and strug? gle like a wild baaat In the banter's mi. farther away frota Qod, farther away from the right Soon the bright appar.i of the children will turn to na the household aong will be? come tbe Bobbing < f a broken heart The old story over again. Brutal Oeotanrs trcakiiiK up the man . l th:c. The h?ui?i> fnll of outra?,"- Bad cruelty and abomina tirai, while trudg? ing forth from the paht. ?gateare Va?hti ?uni her children. Then' an In mies m all parts ?'f this Ian.I that ??r.- in dan? ger of ?neb breaking up. < >h. Ahaeasras, that jo. ahoald st.iini bs a Isoasa, by a dissipated life destroying the peace and comfort nf that borne. <b?l forbid thai your children slnnil.l ever have t?. wrin? lb, ir hands and hare p? Ople point Un ir lagar at then as they pass flows tbe und say, "Then irnesadraakaid'fl child!" ????I forbid thai the little feel should SVSf have to ?TOdgB the path of poverty ami ?vretiheilii's?. (I.si forbid thai aajr evil apiril bans of thasriaa cup or the brandy class shuulii cmiie forth and uproot that Harden, ami with ? lasting, blistering, all ooaassuaaag satas shut f. never the palace jjat? ?gainst Vaahti ami lbs children. Iir.-.iilr? ol ? l.ri.l. ii.l.. ... One night ilailag "ur ('v'- war I ?v? ui t?. llagi rstowii to l.H.l- at the army, and I atOud OB a hi?lt ?p an looked down upon them. I aaw th eampflres ail thnmgu the valleya am all c-.er the bills, ir was a weird ipec tacle, those camphre?, and I - Watched them, and the aoldien wh were gathered around them were n doubt talking of rli.-ir bornes, and o the long march they bad taken and o the battles theywere to fiiiht, bur aft. awhile I mw these oantpflses begin t. lower, and they oontinoed to lower on til they wer.- all gone ont and the arm? slept. Ir was imposing when I aaw th cainpfin?-. It waa imposing in the dark u n I tbooght of that great bos! asleep Well, God looks down fron heaven, and he nea the HresidM oi i 'hri'i'i ndi'iii and the lov? od aronnd th Th. -.- are th. campfires where we warm onrselves at lay and talk ovi t the bat t.- we hav.. fought and the bel? li are y, t to .-' me ? rod grant that win n at la.?t these On out and i "iiiinue to lower until finally tin y are . \fiiio-iii-li.d and tie . - - raw the hearth of the old homestead, it may ! luvt? i,. j. . . . army on the mar, i. of life. Tin u ws ?hall be an army . ked In tin- tent of the grave. Vaalitl the Silent. I want you to look ?it ut. Vou do not inur any this ata?an ? ."1111 the : nature y..u know tin re will be no vocifei times m life it i? necessary to ?es in life it is I. are ? ria ? w ne -t triumphant thing to do U I philosopher, coulMent in In? new ,i principle, waiting Ig ..t mor.- intelligent gen? erations, willing that men at tin- lightniug rod and cotton giu and at and telegraph, ?a, ighi - ilRugof philo . grsild and magiiili* :.d Tuii'd by math' inati . tur.-d everywhere, yet waiting and J . ? up of stellar r.-eiit.ii-c.'iiieiits when the atari m their oonraes Bru?id m, t.eu sitting down in complete blindai - t" wait t ir the coming . ratioua who would build hi.? mouumeul and bow at his grave, Tim rated by in? e< atetnpo i iu a pillory, t.: tup! burning und- r and unit r the cylinders of tue - yet calmly waiting for when purity of ?oui and hero earth and tin plaudit-.: heaven tion enduring without any c . _ and the vio of the chain and the darkn. ?- of the night, . until adivine hand shall be put forth t" - .id hush th' Btorm and rot. . tlve. A wife ind a perpetual from every earthly comfort, waiting, . ither np n u in a lieavelily and n.. *.r Vashti will ever be thru.-t out from the palace gate. Jesu?, m ri? len* e and an.-?verm?,' not a word, drink ;:i pi, ?? pect "f th.- raptnrona a**m?***nu" when? a hc-l ? : 1 ?an? - .m. does not this story 11 - the queen, Vashti the veiled, dient, move your .-ml.- My sermon oouv?*e*ges into that i may be ahnt out of tin- palaesgateof heaven. YOB can endure tin- tiardnhip? and tin- privat! - rtuuea "f this life if yon can inly gain admis-ion there. Through the lli?*l of the everlasting covenant you igb r navac go Bt ail. God !. rlinl that y..u should at last I from the so led from the companionship '.'i'sl kindred and baniabed for? v. r. Through the rioh ur Lord .b-.-u- Christ may you .hie.l to unit . \aiuple of Rachel and Hannah and Abigail and J i. !.. .rah and Mary und Esther and Vashti. "SCHLEY" IS "SLY." Hi. Family, ?11.1 Maryland**-*, Ha.? Loaf l'M>d That 1'ronuoclatlon. Tataa has N'en B good deal of sp?cu? lation, not only in naval circles, but among the public at large, as to the origin "f O nun.?lore Wmrkdii Scott S. hley'a name. By some it has been a? f Cern?an descent, aud then that he is a relative of tin? doughty old hem of the Mexican war. .. while bt : ??same a commodore he gave a Tribune reporter a talk which will throw light on the mat "At the time I was a puling", mewl in ii baby, witbont a aacBetw much more hair mi my head than 1 hsVS now," ?aid the l'allant officer, playfully brush in?,'l.a.k the locks which so skillfully dhisbald l?ate, "my parents wen-, t ?oppose, at their wit.?'end to cudgel up ?oiiie name appropriate for the mar? vel of human o\. .llen.-e they undoubt? edly thouis-ht me to I?'. The matter did imt I? it her BBS BO much as it does now, for I wianly refrained from giving an opinion mi the subject, or at l??ast any that the newsp-ipers would car?? to pub lUraV At that time, which mark? an era il i-ie life, snyWBjr, Ceil, nil Scott waa I i i ie zenith of his glory and rotundity. A i cry gnat man was S-oit at that time?physically and popularly. He was a iritat friend of my parents and fretpieiitly calhtl at our bouse. Aa I ?aid. my parents were cudgeling their brains to find BOBBS name good enough ; mi such a morsel of humanity aa myself, mid while in the midst of their councils one day, the huge shadow of Boott darkened the do? rway and cast its robust shade on ma That settled it. The circumstance wa? i-vg-arded aa an nuspi.Ti.us omen, and forthwith it was decided that I was to |mss through lifl as Winflchl Scott Sehley. "Now, for pity's sake, don't give my last name with a German nccent. It'a pronounced Sly?plnin. couiinonplace, everyday Sly. That's the way it has been pronounced iu ray family as long ?ontinned on -itbpege.