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,-?55 ??y V ? ?! '?a u VOL. SI. WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA, FIUDAY, ?JULY 1? 1S9S. NO. 30. ^t?N/?lv?O/?tt tffWtD I? PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN H. GRABILL. -8UB8CK1P1ION $1.00 Per Year. Ifliarlauli- in Advance. Alloomuitmicatiouisi.i a privat, nut 11 re ?rill be charged ior a?advertising. TBE DKKALl) JOB OFFICE ? I? complete in every rospect. Woik don?,: ?>n tbort notioe and on tbe most reasonable 1 arma. _ BnZliMilsQ/kn tr-EflAtl? , Advertising Katea. A. vertis.meoae will be inserted at (li dollar per square of ten lines or lesa, for the tirst insertion, aadoCe.ata tara*, h subs?quent insert ion. E?**"Quart?il* or y ?arly .?v.Mlaaa .at by contract. CfTUnleai th? nambarof lDMrtUo? i marked apon tbe mannscript, advert!?*? menta will be published astil forbidden ?nd charged PROFESSIONAL CARDS J H WILLIAMS. W. T WILLIAM! WILLIAMS & BBOTHBB, Attorneys - at - Law. WUOUM'Ol-K. VA. 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GT Pi-impt andpoU?.? attention sp t ? nbleprlce?. -*r.13 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE T-Aoi Mar,.a Designs Copyrights Ac Anynn? n.?if?li!g a ?k?trT ?n<1 '1e?rrlptlnn mar quickly ???ertain mir e|.ii"on fre? whet ?er Ml lny.ntl.m I? prnbat.ly p mantra, tlnnaatrlrtl.n.iiflit.ntlal. Ilantlhnokoti Patents ?.nt tn?. Oldest aseni-y fur ?eourinK pall l'?t.nt? taken tbrouu?, Miinii * Co. retel.? ?Srrtul natt?e, wit hunt r.isnre. In the Scientific Hmericati. 1 handsomely lllu?tr?l<Hl weekl? illation of any ..leuttr ?,,urnal ,*?r; fo.r month?, tl. Hold l.y?l ?srUINN & CO.381???*"' A handsomely Illustrai.*?, werkt?. 1 anNSl i ?r ? ulatlnn of ?iit ..leiittc ...urnal. Term?, t-'i ? ; ?sar ; fo.r month?, tl. i*ul?l l.y?ll new.rie.1er?. Branch ?fsoa, <Bb r 8t_ Washington, I?, ; BATTL?T SEI CERVERA H ll'K A GREAT ! Il "KT, IN I un HOCKS III? IT 1 II \? AS wi:i:. ki:i>. RIDDLED WITH SHEU HEAVY ARMOR, I"", WAS PERFORA' UHU PROJECT II E8 FROM MIIKI. l\ GUNS. ten Bennett, It Special lie Ualtlmore Sun.] Sunday,July .?. Vfith Admii Sampson's Fleet, Oil Sintia?. (i allied from Port Antonio, Mi if.i.v. |?S ? ut?* t-d tloag the sbo tor mi'es to tin-* west ol Mnr.i Cist lit? tin- armored cruisers and ti |it-ilt> ! oat destruye! s that 00 prised Admiral V rvt?ra's fleet. a ronuing flghl oi two boars the vessela, the cream ol tin? Sn.nn navy, were a'most annihilated tl morning i?y powerful ships ol ? mirai S impsou's fleet. Admiral Carver i, after makli as (ducky a Ugh! ?gainst ove whelming odds as is recorded naval history, was cooiptdbHl surrender. Hi* was taken ?is prisoner ol war, together ?it ewry man In his fleet not downs or killed in the action. Tue Spanish Admiral was wool ?led in ??ne ol' his arms. Hi? sp'ei did Ships, lie Cristobal C ?loi flagabip; tbe Visoaya, Aluirant Oqneudoaud lufauta Mai ia Teresi ami the torpedo-boat destroyer! Fuior and Plutou, lie on 'be C ibs rock?, shell ridden, smokeit bnlkf CKBVEBA SUBBBNDBBS ill: sum; 11. ('?Miera, on tin- Colon, ?nade tli lougest run toward liberty. Hi lielded to fate onli in M?e tace o death, and is a pris Hltf DOW Oil (tin ii'i'sti't, w iiich In-fore the ?a was .1. I'ii'i[i ml Morgan's vach - .ir. vVben bis shit?, all ?ifi .me, wai poonding on the ?bore, ten mile* we?t ot Santiago, a boat from tb? Gloucester pot ont to bim and In gave ins Bwotd to Lienteuanl Mor ton, who ?as In charge o' tin* 'mat When be weut aboard the (,'lou neater he was met by Lient Com. Richard Waiuwright, who was tin WatCtl Officer Ol the Maine tin night she was blown up in B a van a bar bor. *T congratulate yon, sir,'' said tiit lieutenant commander, as lit grasped tbe baud of tbe Spanish admiral. "Ton have made as gallant a tub; as ever was made on t lu? it is eetlmated that about l.sou ? is werr? taken, Oi these 17.1 were taken Ity the Iowa, ?Ja.pt. rtobloj 1?. I'.ian?. Fr mi tli?? veil first of the tight ing the little Gloucester ivas in the thickest1 ol if. AI one i hue she was pouring iiei six-pounder shells against t'.ie entile Spaulsb tleet, while the guns ol .Murro Castle were making her their target 's'ae riddled the Spaulsb destroyers and ami fought tbe Visayaaud Oquendo a- Qeioely as it sue were a battle ship. A Sl'I.K.NIHI) NAVAL DASH. .1/agiiificeiit beyond description ?vas the bold dash bv wlncli Car vera attempted t??'get bis tleet out of Santiago harbor. Cervera himself led tin* wav with Ins flag ?hip, the Cristobal C ?Ion it was to in- a dash to liberty or to death, ami the Bpaoisb admiral made tbe plunge With eyes oi'en. Sunday ?piiet reated over the entrance to Santiago harbor- >io Signs Ot life were i isilde about old Morro. Bei und ami toward the city of Sau llago ?-dl was still. Alter two days Ol lighting the arm tea ol both nations were reel in- mi their treuebea. Oft tins way, lor half a tlrz -u miles iroiu shore, most of the v?asela ot Admiral Sampson's fleet laj It/, i? at an? chor. Admiral Sampeoo bad set out m tbemoroiuglo dislodge the Span? ish Irom their work? at Yguadores, where the Michigan troops were repulse?) along the line ol railway Saturday moiniug while they were marching westward to sie/e the Motto battery ami blow up the fort. Toe American torpedo boats were m?t wnh the fleet. VVhen Ail mirai Sainpsoii left the Morro the' battle ships ami the cruiser Brook lyi were ?loupetl orl the harbor mouth. COLON DARTED OUT FIRST. It is mu. known another A?l mirai Cervera blew up the Merii mac o? | ass?-.I it in single column. t The Ciistobal Colon Hint glided' out ot Ibe barber ami shot to tbe westward. Her .two fuunels and i high black bul?arks showed plain ? against the ?reeu of the bill?, her [pennant ami the Spanish red a [yellow ensign waving above. ? In a few seconds the A merit fleet was in motion, the Indian wbioh was ploBeet.baadlng strait I in shine to get elOOB range. T Spaniards opened fie with au i men Hontoria gun. and m Igt) I I fountains of warer rose above t! battle ship and ?et her decks. Tl ?ball tell near her bow. The Indiana replied with her 1 inch guns, ami a moment later 1 go everything she could bring to bear. One of the ti st shells tell on tl Spanish eruiart-a deck. Corvet was then filing fast, and the Ii diana rounded to give bim broadside. As the Iowa and tb Tezae opened fire the Almiraul Oquendo was just coming Inl view In the harbor month. At first mie o.uild scaicclv b lieve his eyes, but ?ben tli Oquendo appeared and i awittly weetwsrd into tbe atnoki ?here Ceiveia's flag still Hew, i tl ished upon those on tbe Amen can tleet that lien* was to be bit tin i .making ludeed. It was ?? sublime speotaele ol a desperat? admiral, who bad deeided to giv? battle against overwhelming oddi m tho open water rather ih in re uiHiti ami bios up bis own ship1 tn tbe harbor ol the beleagoere?. city. SPANISH Fir.KD BROAD8IDB8. ( -tvera's flag ?vas bidden for ? tune us he fled westward, 'tis pur broadside emitting flashes n tl ime, which marked bis progress For the next five m ?untes be ran s ganntlet such as lew ibipa bail ever riu m history . The Indiana fell on the Oquendo ?ia\ ing no beed !o tbe Mm ro bat? tery, whose gunners tried ban! to protect tbe cruiser as she moved to the westward Ti.e Iowa left (Vivera go on into the bauds ol the Oregon, Massaabasetts and Brooklyn? and tuen turned, with tbe Texas, to pound tbe Oq teudo S ?on every American ship In tbe vicinity was tu action. Smoke shrouded the coast uni blew away iasllv,revealing geysers about the fclnps where tue Spanish shells from tbe ?-i nisei s and tbe Moi ro tore tbe water. toother ship emerged from tbe harbor. It was the Visoaya, run mg at full speed, smoke ?? trling over her boweeebe took bercourse to lb? westward and brought lier bow guns into play. Next came the Infanta Maria Terees and Spain's two dreaded torpedo boat destru? ?-r?., perhaps two bundled yards apart. The Mu la Teresa was received with a terrific storm ol ?hells. Smaabed and on lire she ?vas beached ? ?nsi? to the Jr/orro. AMERICAN STRATEGY. The iowa seamed tor a tune forward with the Oquendo and tbe Indiana ?lui the same with tbe Vizea.ia. As tbe light thus moved westward it became clear thai tbe Americana were willing that tin* ? punish ships should nui t r enough from the Horro to lost- tin aid of Ibe guns then-,and in twenti minutes tins was done. This was a bit of Strategy ?Inch was developed under flieand ?inch was accepted at once l?> all the Aineiican ships Without orders In (act, the smokeofien made it Im possible losee the signals wbicb Commodore Schlei was making from the Brooklyn ?o tremendou was the n 11 ii ?7 ail along the line. Until ilie Oquendo and tin? Vis em a were sometimes within h tho'.sand .yards ol the Indiana The range varied, but, as a rule, it wan abort ami extremeiy deadly ? Nevertheless, tbe high speed and thick armor ot their class atood tin S| anish ships m good stead as i hey followed In tbe path of bonot marked oat by Admiral Cervera. Three quarters ol an hour attei the action lie?*au it was evident that the Spanish bad many guns disabled and would bave to sur render. Thete were terrible eaeeal ties on the ciieui*,'-* ships. As tin smoke cleared a little one could see the Spanish HagHlnp, her pon broadside spouting smoke, still holding on lo the west .?aid. The Texas ami the. HaOSBOhU r-ettajoined the Indiana ami the Iowa. The Oipiendo and the Via? cava hiigaed the shore and steam? ed after Cervera on the (don, to go with him todeteat ami death. .SHIPS SET ON FIRE. Shell? burnt ou the decks of the Spanish cruiser? at sliurt inter? vals. ?lten the ships were on tire, but again ami again their crewa exiitigai-iied tbe flames ami manned again and again the guns tioui which they bail been driven. Tbe gieen coast smoked with tbe shells wIih'Ii Dew over tbeai, eraabiof aooBila board amid thundering of (real rifle* toll armor-piercing ahella driven and throagta iiie protected aide < rvera'e eblpe. Still they lii Tii.ii ?bote fell a boat Hi" ladl ?ml In??i?, iliickl.?. I I'ouiii not see thai mir ba ships won? Int. No doubt tl were?, hut it seemed that dob? their ??tins was silenced BO ten BOOtlUlied tlii'ir IIiv. VIKAT woRK of Tili: OLOUOltVl Lieatenanl C no mander W? ?right, ol t'n?' Olonoester, like S son. aeetned tu bave a blind e j Ii lie aere signalled topall out, ? temalaed, with ins eis pound. i?. do trork ?rlucb ?vas botb hen and astonishing. At one time i Gloaooater ??as bel?g lir-il al I the Vizcaya, botb torpedi boa boat deatroyera mil tbe Mono I. I tery. Thai abe " .is not sunk a that abe bad enongb mea loll work her l? n us tras ruarvelooa. Sbe lay ?lose m t?. ?? here V7 cava came out, and ran alo parallel, Dring al iba tsroiaer Aercelj in proportion to bot ti a* did Un' Indiana and Iowa, Captain Bolate, ol tbe V ec ?j probably feared a torpedo from t Glouoeati i, loi lu- un nod looee i secondary batten al ber as passed ou into u atoi m ol s' t from tbe battle ?bips. Then the d eat royera cama o aud tbe Glooc ?ti-f ,u.pted tbe al once ai parta of bet son trac ?These ?1? .?Moi .-is aere ation?, in.f.'iiiii.- L'ms of tin' three and ? pountier class, It seemed th ami ke jeta burai Iroui iin-in n*eutv placea ?. - they alipp? along after tbe Vircaia. Tl aater all abuat the * > oace.sl ? ?.?? ki-??t ?;. . sheila ai by bullets from machine _ in Hut tin- yacht ste.iiiio?! .me n keeping the deal royera directlj 1>? t sreeu ber and tbe shore and ha i mering them. Tbe M ?rro as thro a ing ahella Irom behind, an occasionally the V </ ? lya to rued gun or two to aid her followera. The yacht eras often completel bidden by smoke, I could not bo wonder il she had beeu sunk, ba ?lie always forged ahead, aud a; paar? ?I ag i u buaiei than ever. In ten mir?tes tbe Tue of ih lyers slacked, but, altbougl some of their gun? were d tbetr machiner* a?as .ill right, am ihey m..veil on notil .1/ ?rro 0 lull no longer take part in tb I II). new roBK rAKEa part. Then tin' New York appeared having lieeo aummouvd to retan from Aguadores. miles awaj when tbe des miv ber. Mi?- Morro tbundereil at Sampson as be came within raoge,bat the Admiral uevei li- ?I ed, seeing onlj in the distance tbi dim forms ol the \ iacaya and thi Oquendo, bopeleaaly hemmed it bf a circle ol Ore, aud la tbe fore ground tbe Olooceeter, fighting two deatroi era at slim i rang ?? VVbeu tliu deatroyera aaw th? flHjjsliip tiii-y aped away from the Gloucester and u.t-.lt?. overtake ibe Vizcaya and gel into abeltei on her aterboard si?e. if thai could not be done there ooghi tu be a chance to torpedo the lud? ma in?l break through our Hue t?. th? o peu s,.,i, abere apeed would ?save ilifiii, lint Ho- Indiana strained in -hole and the Iowa ?vent lartber away. Tbe lodiana'a aeoondaiy batterj bad the Aral deetroier'a rail.?-, ami raloed abella upon her. Hpll i rered and torn, lint still with their steering ?rear and maobinerj intaei both deatroyera turned back to ron I'm the mont I? ol tbe li.ii bor anil Seek safety inside, lint it was too i ?ii'. The Bgbl hud been o ?i i led nearly fonr miles weat of tbe Morro ami the New Vmk was all" M.ly oast the iiiiin.i mouth. rue Gloucester waa ready lor tbe deatroyera dose at band? ."she ami the dea trot era and 'he [odtana tormed a Ulangleol wbleh the d.-s trojera wen tbe apex, and the Amen?.m ftrr, OOOVerging, ??as too ticii-i' im iiiim ni halaga to with stand. A CAKMVAL OF DBaTTBOOTIOBJ, o n- deetroyer drifted loto tbe surf of lire a !>**?t??i??? I v\ r. ?? k, und then eri't.l on toward the G.OUOM ter und the New York, with her ??mis silent aud abowlug a il.?g of tri??-?-. She ? ?is o'i Bra, and her ciew ran her asliote t?t stve tue Ines ol thus.- who hid eseiped tbe shells. Hiie blew tip soon alu-i they aliitndoned her. i wa? standing babied Dr? Bias? BSJsla, Of tbe I m a, ?hen the (iloii ei'Mtei waa m ).'i.'.Uest parti, and lie c'Hild not help turning from the mam battle lo wateli hei heioic work, ?.homing his hope that tiliu I woo Id Hot run short ofatumuiiit ; Her commander's ?ikii! ami c ?at ??ere s?u(>ly magnificent. i Tin* Bpauish ad "ii a! was I ist .??moke to the westward, when ' Oquendo wen* seboro, with il in . bursting from ln-r decks. The ! i IS and Massachusetts cri' riling, the Massachusetts going join the Oregon ami 'he lliook m booting up and smashing < vela's ship. Once headed off (lie ( tquei turned into | small bay loar live miles ?vest ot S Hi ! lue;'!, W n " sin- lay close to iin- land. \\" an ever-weakening broadeide Viz.nu a followed, First bcaili out ?is il t.? Ineak ihr.nigh the II of baft'e '1 he Indian i and ?0 closed in, and their formatl made bei escape in thai dlrecti impossible. ( ' iptnin Hu?ale then attempt to teach tin- east side of the bl occupied m the Ozuendo, but vain. V\ i:b a glass I could i that th.- \ iseaya's bulwarks ne he m : ?-1 h bad been torn .n? 1 Smoke poured out wbel ? , had exploded inside, and sin- .? 00 fire. H'-r gnus, with the exit tion ni those forward, wen? out eetion. Her bow guns were sti 'tired at Intervals. Those win? we uni ?niking Hie bowgooscrowd? forward to esoipe 'be s htm- an hie ,l!t. Tie Oquendo was soon asbot her guns silent and smoke risit in thick, black clouds ir'?iii her. Ibera was a thundering of gun to the westward mi'?, and tl ?sin tuiil thai Cervera still fou gbt, t?i t.. 'be east ?\ ,u d ot his slllp lay tl li ii iiltig a recks of bis ! t royera Tue torpedo boal Bi leeaon wi seen cuniiig along with the V V irk. I'll?' I ol?an i .nid tin- low iven- closing in. sod shell alte shell Iniir-f above and aboard ill Vizcaya. Hu?ate boisted a wbil is ins ibip went se?ora I save ibe remnant ot ins men Simultaneously up ?cut a flag t white on tue Oquendo, and dow came tin- tl ig of Spam. BUT '?NE Still' I. P. I -'I'. An in m i ami a bad' b id el apse since <.'. i vera left tbe harbor, and ol tbe vessel i whicb ecu.tl only bis Flagship ?as action. l'lii* .l/'iirn battery still atonnei I m potently at tbe New fork. Tin American army, a it h a tbousaui dead and wounded, was ??'?' jet Ii Sintiago, but Cervera ? I ? destroyed] and ' ei ? ? r t bimseli was oui) struggling on i.ause In Wished 10 make lu?deleal glortoill in the eyes ol the attentive ? oi Id lie bad proven a' Itnuat, tint b? wa? nut bottled up mi tlglitiv hi |i?insed. lie had lost near!* all Ins vessel?, ami perhaps mon than b ill' ot lus men. luit lus pe na m 111 Hying and some ol in.? guns were still in action. ( ti era passed the bay in wbicli th.- Oquendo bad sought refuge ami bold ?m a due westward cour hi close 10 tbe land, but ei idclitl\ nourishing tbe desperat! hope that be might break througb the line a ol reach free eater. He bad pass? ?i in sucoeeeion tbe In.nan , the I twa and tbe Tex ??. not to spe.ik uf the little 01 ne Btei, ab ich spouted six pooodei she Is it tiiiii. Since his flag had appear id o ut ? nlc tile h.u l ?m bis sbi|i bad been sltiick again and again. I?.. this lime Ibe VlSCeya and the Oqueudo were beaten, bul in spii e of ibe twelve ami thirteen mon ?bells tb it were reining upon bun at a range w lilcli ?va? slioi Im ?iich nuns, in aptte nl I lit- fad that ins boilers ami maoblnerj 111 d imaged, beheld his cun ?.??-. Finn a pointa mile west ot the Moiln tin? Cristobal Colon was invisible Irtquent.) in low-banging .?moke From hero? n goUS and also thai which diilted in shore From the battle ship. GBRYBBi. IIi'.At?I-.l) Off*. At bail past il o'clock Cervera saw toe Oregon coming m ?h?re ahead of lu tu to round him 10. The smoke was very thick. The tiring was incessant. Uervara*! at sllable gun? were no Inngei well served. Shells had sei lire to his ship near ibe stem, ami the lemas ?ero controlled ?lib ditllculty, but tin? -'paiiish a dm Irai altered his course ami headed ? tl troa the oast, as II to attempt to wrell Un; ?hlp-tuml Hill t"l it. It was impossible. The Iowa and laeTetaa ?eie aliead.i mnv lag (loan K? close ihi- gap, .uni ibe Spanish Flagship, raked by the Oregon ami the BrooB.JS hi tioiii a thousand to tliree tbousuiiil jarda ami by the Iowa ami Ihe Texas at longer range, turned in ?bore again sud ran f'.?r the rocks, where the sari waa breaking. Ueryera still replied "i?- lain tally, and I woodereil wb??n the aaieke hid his ship It in- woald i?.- afloat when it lilted. I conlii Btiil discern the Bpaniah Bug f; ?in linn. !,, fi.ni-, as the amoke drifted away and tin- 11 -i, of a ?un a' I in?rvala proved that the Spaniard waa eonaiatsntly fol? lowing th- idea to ?| .1 m ? harbor ?-o make a glorious end. rLAOSHIP IN A ill..?.ZK. I! I !:is ship mi,veil .?lo? |y now, as if disabled, and in ,i (?? ? miu utes iiimr ?us guns ?mi.- i-lleut, ill.iek STioke iT'j l.ic.-il the awiiliug white. The flattait i|i ?us aflame. 11 t men ?'...I !.. en LUahle eitlu r k i In- auna or .so,., ber the tli'ii.-s .' luseil !i\ I.mstiii.? sh?-; ? and she ??..is beade ? loi Hie rocks S n- struck bow on .um rented there. Red flamea ourst through the black siiH.ke and sonn a pillar Of Cloud lose ? I llgh up a tiiOUS .tn.l I? et aud III?"' Lent Uga'.UBl (be green mountai'. Uervera's sb.p aas bopeleaaly 1 n.* A nui n-,n hattlesbipw ceaaed Dring bet?re sin- struck,-nul ran ? . apparentlj wirb the inten? tion of saving the ? i vivors as prisoners. I i wss . vidently ex pee ted I.-, the Spauiard-, buudreda nt ??lion tbrougull ili- forward deck, watching tbe Aimes eatiug a" i.- '"?? aid them. '1 bese were taken pi Isoners. 1 lif ti iHua'ties ?vi,l no' Iim ac oniatt-l.i determined outil ton . row. Ei ?d -tiri\ ti,.. .\ ?eric in in?.?,-s were sligh comp u lauu ?? it h till' I ll|?o| i,.lll e Of Mid l ' ? 'Till! i-ll ment ni auuibilating Uervera's -?I idi oi. i Be t. 1 Be .i ,i,l? .ilini.si in?!.,nt I'll, colic -. Bei'iliis- It is tin. .\ rii'iiei.y lliat oeier full? in toe most aevsre il y ?en ter j .uni ?hui .;. bVcanae il i? rie- . nly remedy that ire chronic .1. irrh I. M. canse it is i . ?j that ? ..", Bscbbss ?I i? i ? ?!..' tl Ht tery, . rsiaady tnat d. 'i 'Ii? ,11 I I IISSSI lit 7. Ii,. .ni?,- n i? ilie iiio-i prompt ?ml i'??<! cine in n?-- loi bswsl ?. |?i ?. H- ? i lui r-'-rtlts. 9 Beranie it i? plea.aut and ?nie to B mee il is sa? m The - tats h? I.. R, ' ?. SaltsRheum and Eeaeina. . skin < tintaient. Many very i n II ;? equ . :' r it' hing | nipple?, Ins, frost bite? and chronic sor? eyes. ?"?it?, per box. Dr. Cod?"-i ('oiulilii.it 1'i.n'lir? an , ? ds whi n in bad i parifler and ? .'. '. ?They say a nun la slwaya uer vims ?? lieu lie pimioses.' ?And a ?;iii is alwayi nil vous a heu In- doaen't.' I??',ii.s mad is valued in ibis world as be Bbowa b? bla condnet he alan?s to he talned.?Binyere. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. - ?. now lbs I'."? Felt I'n.ler Fire. f the jinn ir officers of ; tie-hip Iowa was di ?xnribing .? day "bow you f'i-1 when under tir.? the first time." He said'?yon" fell like .ylag ii?.??.!!, "your" km's weaken, ":? (ir,.,i?oh, ?,i tire'l!?anil if SOOBtWSI l?MikinK "yoa" would just drop mu? Us ? HIT. "How the dam? does be knov ?ad un.? ol theruea I adapted In th lag word "yoa'1 after the ssuign was ??nne. "Ha'S never been th.-re. h ??v?.?," said BBotber, "off tin? i-??u.st ?.f ScuTh Ani.Tiea, dan-tag ?osm ??f tboas little wars do*JSa tber.', ho was sent BShefB m ii boat wlul" a I?kIu '? betwei ii two sbipa iiii.l a ahora i attary. Tin liuht was jn?t ?iroiiiiil B point, and un I CBwW, piillin?, hard, BSStt the beat nullt into it li,'!"r.' ba was aware Ihey were andar Are for about till. I lllillllti s. " "Well, what did he do?" "H | r 1,1 n,e m. n i? ? ?. bey bis instinct, to (Ja down, while in? Stood up and ,ii its iiinliietitiiiu thrrjagb the hrinii."?New York Cum? in, r, ml Advertiser. A <.l..rl..n? IIUIi. " Well. " sai?l the ?tar I? .arder, a? th" landlady passed aba ala ?Hah ?.f ?traw l.tin.s, "1 ?as v"u'i-i? patriotic. " " Mow so?" she asked. "TOO five B? the national colors at nur m. V. - '.wIhtiu's are red, ? 'I.,, sii^nr yon put. nu _Mfll l? white and ' It ? aliuoHt needless for mo to add that j Jn? milk is blies." -C leveluud L*9t?dar. DOTMSELFNOHAB] DR. TALMAGE TERMS SUICIDE Tr WORST OF ALL CRIMES. In?.nltv ami Inflitclliy Are Hie Can?*? Self Il-stractloi. To Cet Kid of Earth Sorrow, lin ?lot Itu.li Into Greater So row?. American P '?i-l Washington, July 10.? Thi of Dr. Talinas-e which we Bend ont t. day Beatas rtartlingly appropriate i themewheabo manyare leavii tlii? life by their own band, sa sv about which all issamislile psopls ni agreed; text, Acts xvi. 18, "Dothysa no barm. " Here is a would be anieble arrest. in hi? deadly attempt. Hewaaaaherif ami. aneording to the Boman law, bailiff himself must raffer tbe puni?! im nt due mi esoaped prisoner, and the prisoner breaking *|sUwsssenteno to be endnngeoned fot three or foil year.? then the bherilT must I Of four yei'.r?, and i the prisoBer breaking jail was to bav 1 c.q.itul puni.?hiin nr then tb sheriff muet Buffer capital paniahmea! The Sheriff hail received especial ChBfg t" keep a sharp lookout for 1'aui air Silas. The KoVenim.Tit hud not mue enhilen'.-in I,.It?.m.1 bar- t..k.-.-p -.if these two olergyman, about whoin thsr id to I b .?' mething Btrange and bo peniatural. Sure enoogh, bym power they are five, and the sheriff waking out nf a sound Bleep sad sup ? these ministen bave run awa; and knowing that they were to die f" preaching Christ and realizing that h most therefore die, rather than ??o un ilcr the ? m cut: .in r's ax on the morros and roffer publia disgrace i pi' cipitate hi- own decease. But befon the .?harp, keen, glittering tlagger o lia heart one 0 Bed prisoner** art I >? the command, "Do thyself in barm. " In olden time? and where Christianity ? inti rfered with it suicide wa: c, n-id. r. d h norable and a algn age. Di mi - la m d blmaeL when told that Alexander's embasaad i had demanded tbe summier of tin Athenian orators !?? crates killed him self rather than surrender to Philip ul D. Cato, rather than submit U Julius Cir-sar, took bis own life, am: three time.? after Ins wounda had be. i dressed tors them open and ? Mithridstsa killed bimaalf rather than submit toPompuy, thu cuoqoeror. Han? nibal destioyed hi.? life by poison fn m his rin?.', eon-id'-riii'.' life unbearable, g ;?, a .?incide, Rrutus a suicide. Atter the disaster *-,f Id always ?-tarried with him a preparation nf poison, and one night his servant beard the ex-emperor arise, put aome thing in a glass and drink it, an uftcr tb" gr. an.? aroused all tli" attend? ants, and it was .inly through utmost medical skill tiiat ho was resBS Times . ;, and yet fh" Am.r i be toned up on j et ' f anieble. Have yon ?? en a paper in tin? last month that did n t sn? out ' f life i y one's own behest' I 1 at tiiu id a i f ezpoaure, quit life precipitately. -M. n 1 sing large fortun? s go out of the world l ce,m.?.' they cannot endure earth? ly existence. Frustrated affection, do? mestic infelicity, dyspeptic Impatience, Bngera renione, envy, jeal nay, destitu iaanthropy, are o naidered sutfi ei? nt ' a tn tiiis life I y paris green, by landannm, by ana, by Othello's dagger, by bolter, 1 y leap from the abutment of a bridge, by Lfoarma. Mor d. -? in tli" last two 7 ears than any two ? the world'.- existence and more la-C month than in any 13 months The evil is more and more ling, Wont of All Crime.. A pulpit not i Dg ag ' ' aprem doubt oa in win tier there was really .- wrong about quitting tin? life when it lui au ile, and there tal le circli - Paul in - arrest d. I yon be ; through ' i? tbe Wont of nil crime?, and I ?ball lift a le. Bot i i the early part of this ?"? run n I Wish to ad mil that ?oi le of tie- : but haw ever lived have commit!, d ?. if destrue It always in di in. utia and not il le. I have no ne r> di nbi about tie .i- eternal felicity than I have of the Christian who diea m i.?? bed m the de? lirium of typhoid fever. While the i the eata.-tr.i- be is very great, I charge all those who have had Christian Friends nndi r ?xrabral abss***s>t? off the houiiil.irii.? of thislifs to have no doubt about their happioess Tho .h .n- Lord took them right out of their d.i/.nl and frenzied stale into perfect aafety. How Christ feels to?? aid the in? sane you may know from the way hu treated the (lelil?'iliac of (iadara and the child lunatic and the potency with which be hushed tempests t idler of BBS or braiu. Scotland, the land prolific of intel? lectual giants, bad none (.'lander than Hugh Killer, great for science and irreat for Qod. if' was an -doer m st. John'a Presbyterian church. He .ame ,,f ib.-best bighhUM* blood and was a descendant of Donald Koy, a man eini ii. nt tor piety and the rare gift of .????? sud fright His attainments. allmhlBg up as lie did from the ijuarry and the ' wall of the stonemason, drew forth the a-nnislitd admiration of Um klanl and Murchisou, the sen mist?, and Dr Chiiliiiers, the thoolooian. ami held uni- . ii r?itns speillHiund while he told tin m the ?tory ot what In' bad ?. ? u ? f God in ?'l!i, nid Bed Saudstoiie. ' That iiuiu did iiioreiliaii liny I flu r b. l?g t'. lived to show that the ( tod of the hills i l? the (h?l of the Tible. and he ?truck , his 11111111?.'tork on the rook.? el Cro inarty until he Fxongbl e*eol?Tgy luid thSOiOgy incordant m ilivme worship. . books entitled "FiH.tprints of the Creator" and "The Testimony of the links, " Jin? laiineti the bau us o? an ev.rlastiii?: maiTiai."' bt tw en ?enuiut? science nnd revelation i in this latter book he toiled day and nii-hf. thrnuifh love of nature and love of dot!, until ho could not sleep and hi.? brain ?ave way, said he WBS found dead with a rev..her by his side, the cruel instrument hav? ing hail fvo bulb-t?? one for him and tic other for the i*uiis';iit!i who at the coroner's inijucKt wns i xa-niuing it and Head. Bava yoa mi)- ?loubT ol the Mfii'Htioii of Hugh Miller after hi? brain bad OBaaad throbbiiifr that Whiter ninht iu his stu'ly at Bortobello/ Alien? til?- alsflliisat of earth, among 1 tbe mightiest ?,f hlTSTSII Mo on.- dntibt.'d the piety of William ? Ocrwper, the aathor of those three gsaal . hyi a Closer Walk With -." "What Various Hindrances We M.!*." "There i? ? Fountain riiu-d With Blood-'?-William COwpsr, who shares with Isaac Watts and Ohairlaa W. ?l.-y tin- rln.f honors Of ?"tiristiaii bymaoloay, In hypochondria he reserv? ad to take his own life and role to the river Thames, hat found a man wat.?! It thai very p. mt from which be espectad to spring, and teds back to bis boasa, and that Bight threw himself ui?,u bis own knife, but the blade .brake, and then be hangad him "? lliag, bat th?- rope boa ba No wond.r that when ?.xl mercifully delivered him from thatawful dementia n and wrote that other hyuiu just BS oseatorable: Ood n,< v..? :i. ? myiteriou? w.y Hi? ?rotulen t?. perform f.jotstep? In the tea An.l rid?? up'.u the storm Blind unlxllef is ?are to err Ai.l seSB hi? work in ?am. hl? um int.-rprn. i. And he will make it plum. While we make this merciful and dloWaOOT IU regard tu tbo-w were plunged lato im mal (acabar I ?declare that the man who in the us?- ot his reason, by his owa act, bbbbb tie t'oiid between his body and hi. soul straight into perdition. Shall I 1 prove it? Revelation xxi. ft, "Murder ..dl bava their part in the ?.ike which buni.-th with fire and brim " Revelation xxii, I ft, "Without ar? dog? and trsreereta ami wbnuaaiai - aud murderers." You do not be - lieve the New Testassent? Then per? haps you beliefe the Ten Coouaand mints, "Thon Shalt not kill." Do you bat all these passages refer to th?* taking of tbe life of others? Then I askl yon if you an: not a? ? f,.r your own life as for the life of others'.' , G?id gave you a ?pedal treat la lift and mad.' ymi the custodian of your life, i and he Diade yon tbe ?mstodian of no i other life Ha cave you as w. apons with which to tiefend it two ar:.- - I strike backaasailaata two syi ? to watch for invasion and a natural love of life which ought ever to be on th?- alert Abbs?inati. a ? f othess la a mild crime oompared with thaaaibub?oation of year becauae iu the latta r oass it is bi ry to an sap eial trust. It is the surrender of a oaetle you were especial? ly appointed to keep? It is treason to a ' Batural law, and it ie? treaaou to Ood added to ordinary marder, A Hibllcal Kogue?' Gall.ry. To show bow Ood ia the Bible looked upon tliis crime I point you to the r? goes' i-.? ture gallery in some part? of the Bible, the picture? Of the people i who have committed this unnatural 1 crime. Here ia tbe hi a Hess trunk of Baul on tbe walla of Batbabaa. Her? is the man who chased little David?iu D stature cbasfng I. Here is tin? man who consulted aclairvoyaat, sritoh isa man who, whipped m battle, instead of aurrendering his l with dignity, a? manya man has done, -.mt to slay bias, aud win n that servant declined tbca the giant plants flu? hilt of his sword in the earth, the .?harp point sticking upward, and be throws his body ou it and ex pir?.?the coward, the suicide! Here is lli.l. the Maehiavelli of olden times, betraying his best Masai, David. in order that he may bseoflBa primo minister of Absalom ami joinme; that fallow iu his attempt at parricida Hot getting what be wanted by chanto* of politics, he rl cut out of a disgraceful life into tbe suicide'? eter? nity. Then- he Is. the iBgfBtS! Here is Abinielech, practically a sui ?i?!?-. He is with an army, bombarding B tower, when a woman iu the tower takes a grindstone from its place and drops it upou his head and with what life he has left in his cracked skull he commands his armor bearer. "Draw thy ?Word and slay me lest meu say a wom? an Slaw me!" There is Ins post mortem photograph iu the book ?>f Samuel. But the hero of this groaf i? Judas Iscariot. Dr. Doune says BS was a mar? tyr, and w.? have in our ?lay apologiats for him. And what wonder in thi? day whan wo have a book revealing Aaron Burr as a pattern of virtue and this day when ?re anoovar a states of (??.?orge Band as th?> baaassaWsess of literature ami in tins flay when tin reare betrayala Of Christ on the part i f ?OSBS of his pre? tended apoatlas, a betrayal so black it makes tii?' infamy of Judas Iscariot white I Vet this man. by his own hand. hunt, up for the aset ration of all ages, Jadas Iscariot. All the good mon and women of the Bible left to <;.?! the d.iision of their earthly terminus, and tin y could have sai?! with Job, who had a right t?i fswi mit suicide if any man ever hail, what with ins destroy??! property sad hi? body all sflantewitb insufferable car bnncles and s aery thing poas from his b ms ?-M? i't the chut caras of it, a ? ife and fnur garrulous peo ple pelting bias with ?aotafostleas talk while h?- sits ' n B bl S| I Bah) ? scratch mt. In? - BBS witii a ptSOS ot brokeul pottery, yet cry tag eat in triumph. "All? tl.?'?lays ..f my appointed time will 1 wait till my chain.' Notwithstanding tin- Bible is against, i il aad ih? avens? n which it ere- > ut. ? by the Inaihsnine and ghastly spec- ' tade of thoaa who bave bur led them ?elves out of life, and not withstanding Jiinstiaiiily i? against it and the argu? menta and the useful lives and the illus? trious deaths of its disciples, it it a fact .niglj patent that ?uiiide i? on the Ma What i? the cante? I charge infidelity and agnisitirisTa this whole thing. If there be no hereafter or if that bsreaflat ba in ??ful without reference t< ? how we live and how we die, why not move back the folding doors between thi? world aud the next? Aud when our existence here becomes ti.,ulil. some wliv not pass right over into elysium ?Vil this down among yonr most soleniu reflections. There hss never beeu a case of ??nicide where the operator was mt either demented, and therefore irrenponaible or an infidel. I challenge all the ages and I challenge the universe. There never has be??u a i?seof ?elf destruction while in full ap? preciation of his immortality and of the fact that that immortality would be glorious <>r wretch??! acxf.rding as he ac? cepted Jesus Christ or reje? .ed him. oontinaed on 4thpage.