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?i? ?A - VOL. 81. WOODSTOCK VIK(.INIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,1898. NO. 38. IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY bY JOHN H. GRABILL. -? -8UB8CK1PTIOA $1.00 Per Tear. Invariably la Advance. Al 1 uo m m .m o niions ol a privat nature will be charged lor as advertising. TtlE HERALD ?JOB OFFICE a lotnolete Hi every respect. Woik done on abort notice aud on the B o it reaaonal * ! en?. \*nztiftfii>ofin n*ti,*t t Advertismg ?iateb. A., vei tiaeuieiit? will be inaarteoat ? LO dollar per square of ten Ilusa or Iss? lor the ttrut inaertion, and f-Uasnta toi a. b noLibei-uentinaertion. ti>~l-?u?nta3rlj or yearly advert?a?.! ml by contract. C?T?Lleat the namber of lostrc? S ? '? marked upon tL. manBicript.advei.Iti? menta will be publiabed antil farbiddea . and ehar.-ad PROFESSIONAL CARDS B. WILLIAM?. W. 1 WILLIAM?? ^Y 1LI.1A.MS & BROTHER, Attorneys - at - Law? WOOi'Sl'OCh. VA. Practi?-e inihe Conn.? t-i Slietiandoah, Kockiu--haiu, l'a-;?-, bit.lei.k anil War? ren bo n the Co n ol ?ippeai? . t Vtryjlai* au?l lit IB* I'nited Matts Dis ;r:ci Coart, Ba^&peoiai attention given to the BO. ectiou o! tlaiint?. Mav 16. '?1-li ? K. ALEX l.VUi.K, M. K. WCMDBK, WiiicliHHier, Va. Woodstooh, Va. l LEXANDEB A Wl NDER Attorney s-at-Law, vv.i?>l)?.'loi. K, VIRGINIA. (?Sice la Conn noose yard.) ?#" P'oiupl nit ntluu to ?Illegal busi Mi. Alt-xaiiiier will atteitl r? he cotiuty ?nil circuit touilsol Sueuau doah couiily teb. ?.'..? U? M L WALIO.-?. T.. I?.NEW MAS. i y-ALTON ? WALTON Attorneys-at-Law, WO? ll?> IVH'K. VA. PrtActice in all the Courts oi !.. ah and adjoining co'iiitie?, in Ibt? Su :irmuf I'onrt i>f Appeals, and la the Cil Ball aud i'latiiet Court? of the I'niteil tl attention tocollection ol ?latins. Oct. 30.1 r, s. | vVKNSSIl. J M BAISER ,l A?, 'JWYKXVil A BA?SERMAN, Vttorneys-at-Law. WOODSTOCK, VA. JolVal-lv TJK W. ?s CLUSE, Resident Physician. I ST -liailtt. mar?' ? DR w ('. l'Ol'l) ? UtLSWer .. tf "iriii m !he Mr. I?. II. 11 Ml'llI.KSI | Ijrr*. Ilol.Mls OOMBAD. 1* \V. MAOBODBB. ?JOXUAl) ? MAGRUDEB, Attorneys - at - Law Woodstock, va. Nov. 2?. '.?0 ti TEMCIL BORDEN, ATTORXEY.AT-LA W. Room 8 Stiekley and Bt?ver Building, V?? Istock, and at , V a, D. 0. 0 FLAnKKTY. M J. Ft l.TOX Q'FI.AllKl.TY & FULTON, attoi:m-;.'s--at-i.aw. FRORT ROYAL, VA. Praet??-e iu all ihoCoorta and can meet 'litiits for itii-i itatiuti at Woodstock, ? Court day or at any tune pai ; th. ?bbbbbbcbs. Proal Royal Rations nk, and Hank ol Warren. Im, 4?li. TAIL J. B. BUSH, Dentist, WOODSTOCK, VA Eatablished in 188*), Office near ('our! Hoque. Iemu? Cash. May ?My. TAR T. F. LOCK I-:, Resident Dentist, Office, Main St., Wo? p-th k, Va. r?TCbloroform, ether and coraine naet, far painleaa extraction of leeth. Dec. ?!6 ly. D K. .1. M. BROWN, H.a resumed his practica at TOM'S BROOK, VIRGINIA. Pionipt attention ?ill be gives 'o all ? al S, fro? hm old patrmia In the Fort, on Cedar Ocek or nearer home. mr. 99?If. B8TABLIbHEn 1878. J. F. Saura. A Co. v.iioI.KSiALK Pro?uc* C*^amissicn Merchants '.IL.'."? Louisiana Avenue, Washington, : D ?. Solicit ?hlpinenia of erery marVetnb product?no matter what?of t Dair.T, I'anltry And Stock Vard Shipper? pai?) ?laily the biaben! wbohaBBle pri?e. '?' v ears '???' 9fl is this ?ity ) ?>i anseaa* fnl expeiielice II |a*I**tet ol ?ur I.usines ability to handle ahipiiit?iita B*tisfa*t*rll] Refer to pronnetor ol Ilr.r.M.i> and Cltj leris'Rational Bank of V ??lon-.-ion eitl D. C. ??0 mar. ?99 ly. 1VOOP8TOCK. VIRGINIA. ?Mrs. J. H. W1L??AMS, Principal. Flfte.nth Hiimial teaaltiD. Term Ix-nln? III KMHKIi IV hi ?!'?-. Bverr facility la offered in the art depart 1 iiiiitai!?*"n Canva?, China I uily laiii?ht, alto Crayon work. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Traoc Mar..s Designs Copyrights Ac (.Mit tree. . >|.t? ? Pataaat* ta??-? tlir-nii; taeeiak notire, a Scknttrtc Jimcrican. Ab?ntlan,nely!liii?tr?tt?<1 ?"??'?? ' Z'""" Yi". lulaltoii of aiiT .?lentitle tournai. I .>raia. ?J a laar: foorin.ite: ill nawadaalara, i'.UNN & Co.3?,B?? New York " fral? ?ewWhk r SU Waabinstoa. D. 0 [ THE TRAGED? (J PRIVATE rCOIAS. THK BADDKSaf, BTRANOKbT, I EST TALS OF THK WAR. Tatiinid beca im? of his alle; oowarriice, driven t?? sham.? b.v cruel ?est!, ol bis c?>nn adea, le tl thesaa e time 'lie awful woiii.d .1 Manser bullet in his ?*;ii st i sritb i wti lingers ?if his ilgbl bs aliot aw ay bravo Wi-liam McCon i private m Company 1?, s-n.? I" S. Initi.tiy, plnogtd brsdl? from the deck nl a transport at I ; un.-m wharf al Fort sloui to ! i? due-lb a few tla.vs a??*". <? all the acts demonstra! iVo i| it unassuming heroism wbi have been broogbl to ibe sot fa m tie deadly ein ?litt in lbs So i| em end ot oi itnsoostaiued Col this remark*.?!? net ol Private \ Comas Will lung eiiiini the Bttl non of ibe boys In blue who a now lighting sbonl i-r to .?houlti in the il( fence ot tht.ii country lion? r. MoOomas was bot a s i r 11. ; 111 barely oat ol bis teens, II-? liu lived all his tile on a farm wi .?hin M i.ssa "h-.isettis and bail Oi beed acooston ?d to the ooniinooi elillit-t:t Ol tingled (.lor.? V?. hit were the teat ores ot bis new **i vironments. ills parents srswei tuiio coiintiy loiks whose sol ambition iu life was the rearing c die boy who bad been driven t bis death bv the tboogbtleaaues 0 his com rades. It was opeuly claimed Ibal 111 I'i-ii;.? was acoaardol the rankt.s i.v pe, i .v is even san! that he ba< purposely inlln-led the WoODtl ii|tou his Lands In order to esoap? lu'y u | ion the but le i : ne. His coin rades teamed to loatbe him; tliov, iiail no time fora in au who playo? ivh.tt they culled tbe '?baby act uni the retoaikab'e ai tit ode as lourd b.? the Boldiei boy from tbt lid I! i.v S ate w.is-iroot oonolosiv? In the n.iiids oi bis oomrades to ?i iMcComas was an arrant coward The circouiBtanoes attending tbi .'enera! bt-ai ill g id M lom is m By bave jostifled tbe boys of tin Second in placing the young ie .?mil under ihe ban, but later de? velopments have placed an en itrely diflerent aspect upon tln calibre of tbe "Grt et lion."' as ht was genet al'y called and today there IB not one man in al! f ' en paiiV 1), wito has not expressed soiMW lor tbe many ookind aeti wliiili they lind tin nst upon I lit forbearing l?rm? r boy. When the tir.?t call for troops was made b.v President McKinley, M? v .'iiitH, although but niueteeu tears of age was amoog the Mist to oiler liis si iv ices to tlie- liov em? inent. He ?us accepted and as aigued to < iiiiipiny 1). Sec d?1 I; inted Stubs Reg?lala, and within ?no week's time be bad given his las' far* well to his lather and mother und Irieods and was on hi.? ?ay to j .in ins regimeoi at Tampa. Otall the men m th.it pertlcolsr ? nt tin ie was not one hi ong them who proved a better pl>\ slqoe iban did MtComaa, His out door country life had given bin? a constitution of Iron, he wa? strong as as ox, am) performed tbe ha? ?lest duties with an ease winch won tor lnin ihe admiration of all bis messmates. It w?i?. tbi? Btrengtfa tbat lb* i ?ivs ot the s co id admired. Trey talked among ibemselyes oi what M? Comas c? old do in an emergency; they natur.tlly thought that he would be a fearful adver? sary iferouaed to anger and for the ? v wet bs in i In* army everv man in pom pan J 1) left McCeina? stiictly alone. Wi en the BrCOnd Regiment wa.s removed to Kev VVoai some ??t the Iwiya Of Company I? took advaiit? BgS of the sahuma in that place and in.bibeij freely of the poison oils rol which Is OB led pure whiskey uni sold a' iwenty cents a dunk. HvOomas bad bas n detailed to ?Xaard duty and It whs while ill tbe pursuance of this partteolar lu sock of his military f!ti Ich that he a? <| lire?! the nou liiupiet of "('?waul MiCimaN." It a*?9 said that he halted a puny ??I men from his own company who were straggling into M ap alter hours. It?, unrobed them to the sei-jeant ot the guard and the fol lowing morning each of the seven disturber* were aentenced to ihree ?iavs in the guard house on bread and water. Aller tho men were liberated tb?*.?. all began to quietly i?buHe Mc Comas. He said nothing ami the 'tliri actions beesm? more forcible in their iinideaaan tries and laally ?>ue of the nuss ber ste]i|ied up to KoOosaas and dared htm to tight, ttfeOomas much to the surprise of his fol? lowers (Utl) refnaed to rgsged In any .sich enoiiiiitor, wbereODOB t'o- belligerent soldier strnek the Inoffeosirs lad ? sharp blo-v in tie iireast. Li explaining afterwards why be did oot reseut the opea insult MoComas qolet-y replied that he hail not j iinul the ar i.y for the i ?nit pose of indulging iu brawls and "beside*,'' he added, ?'should I have struck M.Cirthv the chances are that I would have killed him." When the B&COUd I man try ar live?! in ('tilia almost the ti, -it Bfl ci lent to befall a member of the regiment was in the shooting away of two Pagers <>f McComaa1 tight hand. II ? stopped in th. mi-lst of ihe down pour of leaden bullets aud coolly a rapped a baudkerobief around Ins hand and was about to resume his place i-? the ranks when ;h(v .sergeant of bis c impauv ordered him to the real I for treat meut. The first Hk.rmish lasted lint a hour and then the firing ceas? an 1 it siJi be? ni?, whispere? among tin* men ol Com pan j I? lbs In ( rder to escape being sent to th filing line McCoinas bad dellber atelyiuflioted ihe wounds lc Olde t?> keep out ot the more ?leadn tire. M ?C mi as with two finger amputated and bis hand ?lone ui m bandage heard the taunting re? marks of his comrades and ai though the terns mounted to hi large brown eves he said nolhinj tun turned sadly away and aougb comfort in solitude. An hoir later the second Sklr i?ii-li started sud Tu* ?uMier boyi ol the Second Started on a run Im the trenobes McComss seised ? rifle from the hospital lent am ruuning aitross an open patch di? rectly m ihe line ol fire, managed to reach the ratika of the Becoo? nlsSFSOhnsettS. With these brav? men he fought like a demoi the fact that l,e could us? inily one ot Ins ha"?ls in manip Dialing the besvv ntie. He wai at the front dining the entire ol thai eveiitful 2d ol Jolv. H ? nevi i faltered neither did he wiyer fioin the paih of duty, luit with tbe for titude ot a v?-ti ran he return I ?I shut lor shot with the coolness anil precision of a sharpshooter. When fue filing had oeaaeil and t'.e roll call ol Company J) was belli, it was found that Vy ?Iliam M?(oui.is, private, was missing. An hour lar?-r when MC unas walked into camp looking weary and haggard he was iinnii diatelv DOtttt inartialed asa ?b-si-rtei; and it was only through the testimony nfihemeuot ibe BarOOpd Mas.?, achusetis tuat he escape?! espital puulsbmeot, The order of General Sli.itter w Inch (Hit cted that all wounded soldiers be removed to the United S ates Vas the direct canne of Mti l loo. ?9 leaviog Cuba. 7/is i? juries had become apparent to eyes of BUjgeoas and they decieeil that the Lest place for the soldier was at a Northern hospital. Ho wan hastily ?raced aboard a homeward bound transport. On the liomewar?! pansage Ale Comas ktpt aloof from his com? panions, all ol whom had receive?? injurbsin the battle before H m tiatfo. Tb?? called him "coward," Ibev taunted him beyond endur? ance and when the (1 ivernment wharf was toadied at Port Monroe me most (lip-cted man aboaid tbe traaspott was Wiitimi lleComaa. He liecaine ?lenpondeiit and liiiiodi ?I over the unkind reniai'->?? ot his conn ?nie.?'. II?* was told thai In? would te kept at. the Pot"! untr ?verv lind then lie would be given his dleebargfl and finally uu ab'e to bear his trouble any longer lie leaped over the side of the tians port Bad wlrlio it a Htrmglo forfeit - e.l his brlgbl young life. T e h'iIiI?th who witnessed the ?lealh ( f the young nennt express e?l lint l'tllesy mpathy tor his death. Tiny Brassed ti think that he had lone tho oest thing under the ?tir cuiiiHtauces mid within * te v hours the incident, was almost lorgoUM bv lb?1 hardened men who had c ?me fresh from the scenes of more tiorible daaths than that of y oui g M ;C un ?s. T?o days later tbe body ?ftbe suicide was n-ooyered in the lower basin of the river anil it was taken back to tbe Fort for disposition. Then an ex-ninuation wan made of the remains mi I the startling dis? covery was mude that a Mau?er bullet bad ripped its way thtough the youthful Midler's left lang making a ragged irregular bole dircetly beneath tbe breast bone. That tin? wound was received at Santiago was proved by tbe phy? sicians who examined lbs bodv? and they claimed ilntf the pain caused bv the undressed iijury must have been swfal in its in tensity. The bullet was found im? bedded m the m seiest i the back. When the fact became united about the barracks at Port Monr ?e that McCnin is bad been shot in the chest ai ?Santiago the soldiers Im? mediately adopted a (1,'fteient tone When speaking of their ?lead coin rade. De hail sai?l not hing about ule injuriesprefenlog to beer tie pain until he reabed his home; any? thing to be away 1'iom the inaden Ingjeers Ol the men whom I e look? ed upon as ideal soldier*. Medullas has been laid to le t beneath the sh ?des oi grim old Fort jl/oinoe. //is former com? panions paid him the ItlbUtS due on* of hi* sterling worth. 1'liev formed an escort and followed the remains to the little grave; and w hen I?ic body was lowered to ils laat resting pi,tec tln-v fired a sal ute over tbe mound, and the bu? gler blew for "'lights ont' and then ni! sorrow full v relumed to their barracks to talk in BObdued tones of the remarkable youth whose sterling (| lallties they had been unable to j istly appreciate. Special Seasons Excursions to Atlant? City, Cape May and Sea Isle City, N- J., also to Niagara Falls, N- Y., Season 1898. The Southern Railway, In eonnectioi with the Pennsylvania ant] Baltlmon & OhioBallroads, will sell tickets fron Manassaa t" Danville, Va., Incluslv? and Jfanaasaa t?? Barrisonburg, Vs., In? clusive, to ib?' above ?jammer Resort* through .Vashington, it gr? atly reduce? rate?; tickets on sale Friday .Inn.- 24tl and Saturday 23th and each tucceediiij Friday and Saturday ;?? and Including September 10, 1898, t?. Atlant Caps '/.iy and Sea Isle City and ' FalU, ?ver Pennsylvania Railroad .lull 15th August4th,August 13tb, Septem? ber 1-t. September 15th ami Septembei 96th, over Bnl?more A Ohio Baltlmon BallroadJnly 18th, July 98th, 11th, August 95th, s. ptember Rth Sept, 13rd. For further information or write to nearest Railway Afent. T'apa,'said Tommy Tredwav, 'Now, Tom m;,' replied ,Vr. 1 ? ''? way, 'I shall BUSWer OUlJJ on?- inore question today. ?s?i be c ir. t i what you ask.' ?\ es, papa." ?Well, go on.' ?Why ?liiii'c tiny bury the Dead S,*a" (I) it i oat is veins f r ten dol? lar?, mein fileinlt. Take him along.' ?How is this, Boudbfim. 1 thought you didn't du business on Bator. d.i.v t?n'i this youi Sunday!' 'Mt in II ieiidt to sell you a coat like dot for ten dol?ais was no peesne.?; dot was shaiit.v. Take it along.' Dr. 1)? s.'iu?'Dil von use that poiOUS plaster I onl-rcd yesti r di.v'r' Mike??Failli. Ol did, sor' 'Hood; does your back feel belti if It ?loes, sor. but me stbummnck ain't quite aby this fl orniii.' 'Tvvas the worm stliufl ?i iver ate tu me loif?-.' Sunday S.:hool Teacher?'What is the lesson we are to draw Iron Ulis var with Spain?' Little Vv tin? vYleklemeyei ? ? T?ieie ain't BO leaaofl in it for us. We'ie teachin' Spain a lesson.' Father?Come, young mail, get y cur coat oil and BOBS with me. Tommy?-You're not going to lick me, are you. dsvil Father Certalul?,. l|i >n't I tell you this morning that I would settle with |?U for your bad be havioil Tommy- Y? ?, but I thought it was only a | -ke, like when y?ui told the printer you was going to settle with him. Ow'ing tooveicrowdm.' and bad ventilation, the nir of the school room is often close and impure, and leaders and pupils I ret) lenity suffer Pon? lung and tbrsMta tm bles. T i all such we would BSV, trv Chainbi-ilain's OoBgh Homed;,-. For coughs, ooltl-?, weak lungs and broii'-hial doubles-in oilier remet?? can SjOSBBasfSJ With it. 8aya A. C Kr.'i-il. Sniieiinteiiilcnt of Hc.li ?ids, I'rairie H-|>ot, Ohio: "Hiving some knowledL'e of ihe MLVMC.V tt Chauil'i-rlai'i's UoUgh l?-inedv, I have no he-it itlOfl in icc.omini-in!. lag it to all who sillier from coughs. lung troubles, etc. ' For sale by Lin Irwin, Druggist. '1 hear that Ililkiiis is courting trouble.' ?How's Uiat?' -lie Ballad on (bat black-eyed North Dikota grass widow four timen lHHt week. THAT SX i; AK .MVAKTIIY. vviiF.v i-.v r iiK.vi?ii un: VOICI HB vv ?.?. si an ms KtvAi. was m in. An amusing scene iweurred in a quiet up town street. A young Inshmxii who is courting a rosy clnckcl servant in one of Hi? houses in the thoroughfare calU*?7 about hianaoal time in the even log. .Just as he opened the iron gate leading into the basement yard he heard a voice say, 'II Ho, Pal P ?Hello yoorsell !' replied Pat, 'Hello, Fat!' sahl the strange voice again. Pat gased all around hia*. hoi could see nobody, and once again he heard the yo!ce say, 'Hello, Pal !? 'Is that all ion can say, ?Helle, fat?' Where the ?livil sreyoo any? how?- answered Pat. ?Pat, you're a tool," sajd the Voice. ?Begorra, you're a liar, whoever ye be,' ebouted Pal as he looked blindly around for his insulter. 'Pat, you fool:' agiin uttered ihe voice. 'I'm no tool, whoever you aie.' call.'(rout Pit, will a i h BOgei .-no it yi-z will show ycrself I'll prove it to yei ' ?Foolish Pal !' came the reply, at- ?iin-iani. ?1 by a hoa'se chuckle. Pat was Inn ins, ami thought.? ol his rival. Mi C i ihy, Im meo i I atelf cams is his mind. S low verseif, yl/tCirthy?only Rh??? yeraeir, lloCsrtby, an V l punch in the face of y ti. I alii, I will rbeahnuted a-i beiianeed up and down. Pat, von fool ! Pat, you lo >|? bo, ho, ho, bO, lia !' BbOOt? ?1 Pa's tormentor. P.-, this lime Pat's coat and walsto ?al lay on the gronnd.?tn i i e hail bis sleev? s rolled np to his ??lb'ws sud was tearing aroun?! like ? hen on a hot griddle. I licit*'.? no telling abat would have nap pene?), aa II ?as neaily the tun? for lhe policeman on the beat to pass that way, when the b ist-meii! door opened and P.ti's sweet bean came out. (?a seeing Pat she tit tared a little aereara sr-d riclaim ed? ?Are j on otaxj, 1 . ?In? bal ti.i- oame Into you tho n jbtl Pul your olotbes on. m in?1 ?Yon sp ilpceii, P il ; Foolish Pall II ?, In! ba?bal (J i bon o Pat* s.iid the mystaileus volee out ( t tin- (i ?i km ?1? i ]na beai the blackgusrdl ! Oh, it 1 ?-an lay me hands on bimP foamed Pul as he ? OUttUUed ills war rlauee. ?Ah, you mustn't mind that. Pa'.' ?aid I is svvi'cllieait. 'You'ie : a donkey, sinely, to be minding the talk of that erSBV bird ii|) stairs. Why, its ?miv one <>' the young men's parrots which tiu-v brought home from over the tea It's an ill manoered binl ami rjo swear dreadfully. Mistress won'. have it in the house, so the boy? hangup the cage out of the S n? dow .I their room upstairs. 'You're a great gawk, Tat, to be minding the likes of s poor, simple minded binl like that." Pat bee .me slo*ly appeaet d, ami, as he put on his coat, he said: 'I don't mini what a hum! says, Molly; but, begotra, I thought It was that sneak .l/tC'nthv lur* cist ther stiop.'?Xe# Yoik Tri? bune. Tetter. Salt-Illioiini mu! Ili/cmu. Tabs int'iiM it? hing b iid smart iaig, inci? dent to theae diaeasee, is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain ? i Skin (lintiiient. Many very bad CMM have been parmaasetly car ?1 by It 't is equally efficient for Itching pill i and a favorita r"iue?lv for sore nipples, chapped hands, ehllblains, froflt lute;? and uhronlc sore eyta. 95 d*.pet box. l?r. Cndy's Conilitlon Poivl? i ? iusi what "a boras needs when in bad condition. Toni?-, Mood parifler ard vermifng*. They nrn not food bat medicine and the best in osa : boras In prim.? eoiclition. Pries 15 : r rawing*. i r- II? w fur Berth doe? the Mississippi i iv er run! Tommie? Don't run north at all. It runs soulti ?Chicago .lonina'. V itu? s Miss li?se Ht bon.il Ser van i?No. sir. Visitor V\'ln j she has just SOB e lu? ! vi v I e.r, i* *iv ?ni ? Yes. sir, and sbf you t.-o Mnggata, ??You ! |oke the engagement.''' it was cil li?-1 the eng ige ment oi me.'?I).*ir??it Tiibniir. , i ? I-.?' ??;,< . ar?. " .?Ci 1 I lu. -lie.il ,i ?, ,i er? Of ?1-e Bj I ilima in ihe it an?l pnaitl-cljr nu ki.inev?. liier m,il 1 ?. ue|s. 'ut-lie lever, liahltnal eOr.?l nanear.. Pirn? irv a ?Krs of?' ?'. ?.' in ?im : in. *V Mi. en-?. St i i?t ami giir.ri?uU-?-d in ? ?ir. ?ay all tliucKist*. IN OUB aENERATION. GLORIOUS REWARDS OF WORKING FOR OUR FELLOW MEN. Dr. Talmagr Point? 0*1 tin- I.e..<?n of thf? Ute. of Daviil s.-rvire Wlilt-h SiitV.-rlne llnimnltyNow Nr.-.l.-A IUUaful A wak onlns, [Copyright, 1?0S, hv Americsa Press Asso clati-.n.l WkBBB-?irov, S. ?it. 4.?-In this di.? conr-e Dr. TslBMagS changes our life? time from a msaninglasi generality to pra? Heal belnfaln? ? to the ?psopls now living; text, AotS xiii, 90, ??David, nfti-r he hail SSCVed his own generation by the ?Will of (hid. fell (III Sleep.-" That Is a text which has for a Ion-? time l ? i-n reaning through my miad. S.-nil? 11? have a tune to b ? born as well as 8 time to die, ?'? i nulls ss well as a grave. David, ?cowboysad stons slingra and tighter and dramatist and blank rerss ?writer a,id prophet, did bis beat for the people ol bis time, snd then went ami laid down on the BOOthem hill of J? iii.-aleiii in that sound ?lum? ber Which nothing hut an archang? lie blast can startle. "David, alter he had served his own generation by the vv ill Of God, fell on ship. " It was his own generation that ha had serv.'l?that is, tin people living st tbe tims he lived. And have yon ever thought that our re sponsibllitieB are chiefly with th pie now walking abreaat ol nef There bI f?air generations to a ta Btnry it in olden time life was longer, .?nul there was perhaps only one genera? te n to ?i eentury. Taking thai into the calculation. I make b rough I ny that there I . least 180 gl Derations of tbe human fam? ily. With i-? f? renee to them we have ,ty. \\Y cannot t a? h them, we eanin t correct their ml we oannot .?? otbe their aorrowi, we can not h? al tln-ir wound.-. 'I h? ir tepnlchera BIB deal and dumb to any tiling we mi' say to tbem. Tin.- last n gimen! of tl great army has passed ont of sight 1 might halloo u li ltd as We OOnld, I ? Be ( f th? in WOUld SVI it hit lead ?. ?? what we waiite.1. I admit that I i in sympathy with the child v?. tin r had suddenly died, and who in 1 hrtle evening prayer wanted to 01 tint?n to pray for her lath, r, be had goni Into h? :o? u, and DO DK ?gopiu h? r mother's fan-, .?aid: "( Hi, in-.tin I cannot leave him nil out I. I thank Cod that I had a good fall? I .u k? '.?i him in my prayers But the l off. Passed up. Passed down. Qonefc lieu tilt le are g. lie;-. after ?-'.ir earthly existence h Wo shall ii' t ?"" them, v shall not bear any of their sol will take BO part in th? ir coin their elections, their revolution?,, tin oatastTopbies, their triumph* Wewl in iiovvisi? affect the 180 gemratioi i r the 180 g< net . - a? from the gall? ri? ? of h. av? ? rmer genesatl<?B look don and rejoice at ?air victories, or i iy by ?air behavior start infli good or i :?d. that shall r. .11 0 through tbe advancing ages, Butoi iai.-itie?s i?, like David I r living thi h ??'? bose longs a? w hn - ? now li'-at. and mark yoi ?i. hut moving it i? a "fi ro d march" at 94 mili i day, each hour I ? ing a mile < loin with that celerity, it has got to t* quick service on onrpart or no servie at nil. We n? t only cannot I ; ,-t ami will not Be 0 generation! to come, bol thi generation m a on tbe ?tage will aooi . and we ourselves will be oi with them. Tin* fact is that j will have to stait very soon for on r It will be ironical ami sarcasti for any one aft? i oni i sit to say of ns as ir was said i f David, "After he bai served his own generation bythewil of God be fall ?'ii al? ep." Our 0-.li ileiieratloii. Well, now, let ns look sronnd ear nestly, pnyerfully, in b common Ben* way and see vvliat we can do . owB generation. Fini of all, let us as? to it that, n.s far as we can, they hav. enough to sat The human body is si t'onsMtiiti d that three timefl a day tin hody U" ds food as mneh as ?i lalnj needs oil, sa much as a looomotivi m. ds fuel. To meet this want God ha. girdled the earth with apple orchards, orange groves, wheatflslda and ooeapi full of Hah and prairiss full ? f cattle, and liotwitlistainling this I will andar? tak" to say that tbe vast majority ot tho human family are BOW Soffering either for lack of fi "d or ths right kiud of fOod. Onr civilization is all a.-kevv, and (lod only can set it right. Many of the great? -t . d iy have bSM n tiiiiir oat ot Ike i.i.?-.i an.i I...I1?m .,f iiu i',.[tiited toil. In olden tnni'S, for the bajlding of torts and towers, the Inbab itants of tapaban had to oontribata 70, i"in skulls SS4 Hagilad iiu.nuu hiiinan tkalla, and that number of people were . i to turtii?h thu skull.?, lint ta. is two oontribntions added i made only 100,000 skill!?, while into the SOWBS Of the world's wealth and pomp have been wrought the ak of uncounted Bombers of ths half fed populations of the earth?millions ol skulls. Don't ?it down at your tobt* with t ahandant supply and think nothing of that family in I in? inxt sti ? et who would take any one of ?BOSS live UUUTBBB bStWSSB SOBp and almond urns and ful they wbbs in lieav.n, The link of the right kind ??f BM cans?' of luueli ?>t ths ?bunk enness. After drinking what inany of our grocers call ooffse, sws? tened with ??hiit niaiiy call sugar, and eating what many of our hut? hers call nniif, ami chewing whal many of OM ha' i IBS hili'Ting i Mii-y ?ire tempt? d lo pBt in? te ill? .i uaaty pipes what tbe < 00 or go into the drinking for vvhut the IB ?m-r. ( would do much in driving out had ruin. How can WS - iv?? our g? in ratiou with enoagh lo eeH i'v ttuing down in i aibt Id n i all] ? srs and lonngtag liiick in mi armchair, our month punk ?-red up aroand a Bnvana of th hSBBll. and through clouds of luxuriant Sasoka rsadiBg shnal polil and the phltotajfsVy of Btril lly iinding out who in this city baa1 lieen living on grisileimd sending tbem | a teuderloiu beefsteak. So? k ?jut nomo family who through thrkjifSS or con jiineti"!! of misfortunes have not enough to eat and do for tbem what Christ did for the hungry multitudes ? . Minor, multiplying the loaves and the ti-ie ?. Let us quit the stiifeiiing of ourselves until WS cannot ? ho!, another crumh of cake and hi'giii the supply of others' i .?:<) fur fr?mi h.'lning ?tp[i.-ase tin- world's Inniger an- thOBB v.hoiu Isaiah deocribSS as grinding the faces of the poor. Von baVB teen B tanner or a in?? liain'c put a (?cythe cr an ax on a grindstoim, while some one was turning it round and round and the man holding the ax bur* on it barder and harder, while the wa? ter (hopped from the giind-toni-and the edge of the ax from being BOBBd Bad (lull got keen? and keener. So I havo seen men who were put agalast the grindstone of hardship, and while one turned the crank another would press tin- unfortunate harder down and bard? ar down until he was gr- und away thinner and thinner?his oomforts thin MT, his prospecte thinner and his faOB thinner. And Isaiah shriek* ont, "What tinan ye that yu grind the faces of the llattle Kor Oread. It la an awful thing to ho hungrv. It is an easy thing for ns to be In good humor with til the world when we have no lack. Hut let hunger take full pOBBSesioU ot us and WS would all turn Into hari ariansand oannil als and fhmda Bnppoaa that some of the energy we aro expending in useless end unavailing talk about the bread question should bs I expended In merciful alleviation* I have read that tin- battlefield on which more troops uu-t than on any other In the world's biatorywastbe battlefield of Loipsio? i no, non men under hTapo !' on, 900,000 men under Schwan No. no. The gn-atest and most terrific liattlo is now being fought all the world Over. It is the battle for broad. The; ground tone of the finest paSBBgS in one : of the great musical IIIBatetuleCCB, tbe ?irri-r ?ay?, was BOggested to him by the crvof the hungry populace of Vien na a? the king rods through and tht ?booted: ''Dread I Give as bread I" As all through the great harmonies of mi steal academy and cathedral I hear tl pathos, the ground tone, tho traged? of uncounted multitudes, who, wit streaming eyes and wan oheeks an broken bear?*, in behalf of tbemsslv? and their families, aro pleading ft broad L?t us tak* anoth? r look arnnnd t SB* how WS may serve our generation Let ns see as taras ?'??ill., that tbe have enough to Wear, ?.oil looks upo the human raosandknows just bo. many inhabitants the world has. Th statistics ff the world's population ar oarefnlly taken in civilized lands, bu? evi ry few years offleers of gOV? rumeu go through the land and cunt hov many people there are in ths L'uite? States or England, and great aeourao; Is reached. Hut when people tell u how many inhabitants tin re are in Ash or Africa at best it must be a wilt Yet God knows tin- exact nam ? .11 our pi.met, and he ha: made enough apt and for each, and i tin re be fifteen hundred million. litte.., thousand, fifteen hundred and flfteec propio then there is enough apparel foi fifteen hundred million, fifteen thon ?and, fifteen hundred and fifteen. Mot iloncby app?tai, n.,t ragged apparel, mfficienl apparel, hut appropri?t! apparel. At least two suits for sverj being on earth, a summer suit and a winter suit. BTCry living mortal. A go? d hat ot a ;_< i ?i b nii.'t. and shawl and BComplete ina.-vuliii. bains outfit i f B| pare!. A wardrobe for all nations, adapt? d to a!! climes, and not a string or a I utt< n ? r a pinera hook or an eye wanting. Ketlistribtitioii. Bnt, alas, where are th?i good clothes for three-fourths of the human racel The other one fourth have appropriated them. The fart is. tin r?' n?- ?1? to be and will be a redistribution. Notbyaaaroh. Istia Violeno* If outlawry hail its way, it would rand and t- ar and diminish mit il. instead of throe-fourths of the world not properly attired, four-fourths WOttld be in rag?. I will let volt know how the redlstribntion will take place. By genen rity ? n the ; ::t t of those who have a surplus and Increased Industry ?m th?' part "f those raftering from de? ficit Not all, hut the large majority of p iverly in thi- conntl result "t idli neea or rlruuki nn? as, either ?in the part ( f thi' i r? ? ? th? ir ancestors. In m I CBS? ? tin-rum jug i? the maelstrom that lias swallow? ed down the livelihood ?f those who are in rags. lint things will change, and by geiicro.sity on the part of the ? and industry and sobriety ou ths part of the empty ward ?lire will he enough for all to wear. (lid has done his ptirt toward tho tilt ?sing Of the human raie. Ho K-^wa a surplus of wool ou the skaap'sback and tloeks roam the mountains and val? leys with a burden of warmth intended for trim-f? rente to human comfort, when tfas shuttles of the factories, reaching all the way from Chattahoo cbee to ths Mcrrimao, shall have spun ami woven it. In white tetters of snowy ! bas i ? a writing for a than SBttd yaan his wish that there might he warmth for all nations. Whileothers aie di?, BBBing tin- effect of high or low taritT or no tariff at all OS wool yon und 1 had betti r ?ce if in our wardrobes vve have nothing that we can spare for the sutl'i ring <?r pi' k out BOSBS poor had of the sire?? ami take aim down ton clothing SSnrs and tit him out for tbe season. Gospel ot shoes! Gospel of bata I Goapel of clothes for the naked I food For Siiul?. Again, lot us look around and see bow we may serve our generation. What shortsighted mortals we would bo if we were anxious to clothe aud feed only the most insignificant part of a niaii?nami'ly, his body?while we put forth no effort to cloilu? and f' ??iva? his soul. TaBBS is a litil?- BBSOS hrehanofl a great eternity. What aro we doing for the souls of this pr?s, nt generation.- la t BBS BSy it i? a genera? tion worth saving. Most magnificent men and woini'ii are in it. We iiiak?? a tfVo about th* improi,?'Uii'i.i? m navigation, ami in locomotion, and in art und uni? him ry. We remark what ? ?if tell graph ami lei? phone and hnseops what improvement is ?iiilit over a tallow candle. Hut all these iiupt'i iveiin in? are liisigniticiiut compared with Ihe impioveineiit in the human rice [n oktal litara BBSS in *? awhilu a great and good man or woman would BOBM up. and tho worhl has mail.- a great rum about it ever sia hut now tiny are no nuiin r kis we soaroely apeak about tosas. Wo put a halo atiout the people of the past, bat I think if the lime? demanded tin in it would be found we have now living in this year 1898 M Martin Lmli. is, 60 George Washingtons, 50 Lady Hnutiug ! don?, a Frya During our i civil war niera splsodhl aacilors in I north and south were developed is four - than the whole world d? velopid in tho previous 20 ?tassa I challenge j the <t,000 yean befots Okrisl ana also j the 18 centuries aft?r Chi-'st to show me the e?p;al of charity on a large scale of Georgs l'"al?.?!y. This gtiieratiou of nun and women is more WOTth saving than ?my one of tho 180 BJSBSbUIIsbbI that havu pa.?s??l off, Where shall we Begin? With oiir-elves. Thai is the pil? lar ?rniii which we must star'. PTSSSSaa, , the blind historian, tells us how Hi zurro saved his army for ths right when they were about ?1. ?erring him. With his 1 ho made a long mark on the ground. He said: "My men, on the north ildeara daasrlliM snd death; on ths math side is victory; on ths north ?id?-, Panama and poverty : on tbe south side, Peru with ail lt.- : oae for yours, lv. ?. F. r my pur I go to the south. " Stepping serosa the line one by one bis troops followed, snd finally his Whole army. Th? Illvldlor Lin??. The ?word of God's troth draws ths dividing line today. Ouonssideof ic ar?' sin and ruin ami death ; on tho ?itin-r f it arc pardon and BasfBlBSSB and happiness and heaven. You cross from th?- wrong side to the right side, and your family will orOBBWitfa you, and your friends ami y>,ur n?-eiates. The way yen go they will go. If we are not saved, we will BOTST save any one else. How to get saved'.- He willing to ac? cept (hri.-t, and then ac.-pt him in? stantaneously and fon-ver. (.et on the rock first, and then you will be able to help others upon the same RBak. Men and women have been euved quicker fliin f li.-tvo bei il talkillM about it , What! Without a prayer! Vea What; Without time to deliberately think it over'.- Yen, What! Without B t. -ir? j Yes. Believe: that is al!. Helit ve what? i That Jesus died toaave yon from sin and death and ball. Will yon? Do yon? ! You have. Something makes me think you have. New light has come Into y? m- oounten me, welcome l Hail, bail ! Saved ? bow aro y. n r ?ave others! By testimony. Tell it to your family. Tl 11 it to y? ur husi - ??' dates. Tell ir every wh? -re. We will snoceasfnlly preach no more n and will successfully talk no more religion than we ?uratrlvea have, -t of thai whit/h y?,u do BO bene? fit the souls of this g.-ueratiou you will effect through your OWB behavior. <io wrong, and that will induct? ?.th.ra t?) go vvr ng. Go right, and that will in then to go right When the gnat Centennial exbil ition wsa being held In Philadelphia, the question ?tana* up am? ie tic directors as to whether, they should keep tbeexpositii Bopsu on Sun daya when a director, who was aman of the world from Nevada, ar ; said, his voice trembling with enintiou and tears running dowo bis cheeks! "I feel like a returned prodigal. Twenty go I wi nr west and IntOS region where we had no Babbatb, bat twday old memories come back to BBS, and I remember what my gliaiaaad mother taught me about keeping Sunday, and I seen to hear her voice again and feel as 1 did when every BVSainf I knelt by in prayr. Geatsaasaa, I BOSS for the observance of the (,'hristiau Sab hath,"and he carried everything by Storm, anil when the qSNBaaOB was put, "Shall we open the exhibition on the Sabbath-" it was almost unanimous, "No, uo. " What one man can do if ho do?s right, boldly right, emphatically right! Glorioua Sleep. I co?te?? to you tliat my osa wi-h Y to servi-this generation, not to antag? onize it, not to daiiuig.' it, not to nil? it, but to serve it. I would like to do something toward helping un?trap its bal, to stop its toan, to balsam its wounds and to induce it to put foot on the upward road that has at its teriui nus acclamai i? u raprupai?, and gates peurliue, and garlands amaranthine, und fountains raiulivvtd, ami domin? ions enthroned and oon m ted, for I can? not folget that lullaby in the closing words of m., text, "D.tvnl, after he bad served his own generation by the will of God, fell ?m si?**.'1 What a lovely si' ?-p it wa?! I'nfiii.il Abasten? ?lid Uot trouble it. Ambitious Adoiiijah did not worry it. Hersecuting Saul did sot har? row it. Lulle did not fill it with night? mare. Sin?, a ri'ilh? aded boy amid hift lather's ftoeka at night he had uot had such a gootl sleep. At TO years of age* lie lui?! liuwn to it. II?. had had many ? trou I hd sleep, as in the caverns ot Adullaui oi in the palace at the tinio his euemies were atr, mpttllg hi* cap? ture. Hut this was a peaceful ?leep, a i aim stase? a rsstfal aLsaa, a glorious ? lo p. "Alter he had served his genera lion by the will of (iod he fell ou - Oh. what a good thing is sleep after a hard day's work ! It takes all the tu-hing out ?f the head, and all the weariness out of the limbs, and all the smarting out of the eyes. From it we ris? in th* morning aud it is a new world, and if wv. like David, serve our gem ration we will at life's close have most ?lesir.ilile and refreshing sleep. In it will vanish our last fatigue of body, our last woiriment of mind, our hist sorrow of soul. To the Christian"? body that was hot with raging fever?, 80 that eiiilants must by sheer force keep ? blankets, it will be the cool sleep. To those who are thin bloodn. ami shivering with agues it will be the. warm sleep. To thoto wbw because of physical disorders were terrified with night vi?i??ns it will be the dreamles* sleep. To anrses and itocti.ra and moth? ers who wire wakened almost every hour of the night by ttMSS to wh?>ni they iniuistered or over whom they watched it will bo the undisturbed ship. To those who could not get to bed till late at night ami most riae early in the morning and la fore getting H Will BS the long t-leep A war With ?.loom. Away with all your gloomy talk about departing from this v. .add! If we bave served our gen? ration it will uot be putting out into the breaker?; it will ?ontinued on 41b page.