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? YOL. 81. WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,18.98. NO. 10. 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN H. GRABILL. - -SUBSCRIPriON ? $1.00 Per Year. Invariably in Advance. Alloouiur.init-atiouB ut a privai sature will atsaBavrged for aauilvtMti&iug. THE HKBALD JOB Oil "H I, a coiiil.leto in ?very ronpocl. W?lk done on short notice and on the u o it ruaaonahi*-' , 1 m ?Tttl./?js?00/?tt il?f?M Advertising Kates? A vertiaenientk will be intenso at i lb dollai per ?qnareof ten linea or lesa 'or tho tir?t insertion, and 50cent* toi e b aubtequen t i nsort ion. Pfl-iiiaiterO ui yearly advertise? ? of by contract. rsTl'i.len? ?he i.cuiberof inatrticn 1* j marked upon the manuscript, advert In? Beats will be published nntil forl id den j sod char.ed PROFESSIONAL CARDS H. WILLIAMS. W. T WILLIAMS U- ILL.AMS cv BROTHER, Attorneys - at - Law WOODSTOCK. VA. Practice iu the Count? of siieuainloab, tiixkiugbaui, Pag?, luilei'.k and War i? n coum tea, also in th? Conn ol VppaxBla o! Virginia ami in the United Stale?Dis t. ?i ?.otin. Qr**.?>|ieciai attention given to the col ectiou of claims. Mav 1">. IM-tl M L WAUOa. B. H.NK.V MAN. ?.y ai.Ton A wa:.t Attorneys-at-Law, "WOODS IOCK. VA. Practice in all lb? Courts of Shcuau loah and ?djoiuin?-ooentles, in iho 8u ?rem? Court of Appeals, and in the Cir onii anil l?istlid Court? of IL? I SI .te?. Special attantioc toeollection ?>? claima. Oct. ?-.'".! r.a iavkwkk. j a. aacsBBHAB PAVENNEB -v B?USERMAX, Vttorneys-at-Law. VF?0ODBT?OCK, \ \ Jais Sl-lr. T\li W. s ei.im:. Resident Physician DB W . < i'oi;i> Mr I?. II. W allou. .'ii ?-i iii.i.M BOUSBS OO-taUB. 1\ B aJOXRAD A MAG RUDER, Attorneys - -it - Law W? ODD ;?K K. VA. Nov ?-'-. "JO ti l.KM ll-.l. BORDKN. ATTOIiXEY-A TI. I 11". ? ?flice Boom -? Stickle?, aiu. B ? i \\ -k, :in?l at Ti il? in?.- Office, Calt art. D 0.0 Plata S M ? i i i ihn Q'FLAHERrr ? FULTON, ATTOlLM^VS-AT-r.AW. FROM' BOYAL, VA. Prai't.?'e in all I be Court* sud can met?; lienta : ?I ib ?I VYoodatock, ?l.i.i or t.! an? lune -?m I . in, National ? iik, ami Bank ol Warren. (all. 4?li I) R. J. I. RI ?H, Dentist? WOODSTUl K, \ A BstablUhed Ib It*?. Ottee near Conri i etuis Cash. May ?'-1\. B T. V. LOCKE, D Resident Dentist, Office, Main st., WooMTOCB, Va. ri^Cliloriiliiriii, ether an?l cocaine u??-?i fat usiuletH) extraction o! U v D.c.ji; lv. ? \\\. ... M BROWN, II ,? r->ani!)(?l his ot.icTic.- at TOM'S BBOOK, VIRGINIA. p.. u,|.t at!? i." ui will be |iveB lo all ,h] B) i,, itraaa la tin- Port, on Ce?ii?r ? reek or nearei bone. -?.?t r. E8Ta?VBI,TfaHEr) 1?72 J. F. Sau-sa & Go. WHOLESALE Producs Ccaaissicullerchants ??'Jj Looislans Avenue, Wsjablagtoa? : D 0. ??"..licit BhlpaMBtS "f every n.ltl!-t-fa'.i .?induct?in? BiBttel ?hat ?of t i ml. Shipper* paid dailj lb* bi*.he?t wholeaal? price. ? .r 90 in this fill exp.'i lene?- is miarunlt ? t.! UOI -.. bandli sil l?BClorllj Refer io prconetoi ?.i Uve ?r i> and Cits nit,?; Huik of v l). O. I-'?1 mar. ' imii ui rroopsTOi k. viboikia. ?1rs. J. H. WILLIAMS, Principal. Term beata* Every : ully inn?, ht. aUao Crayon a Por Sale. Havin-ran opportun!? in prop my thai will lie imir? to nu . ! will offer foraale in laiui oi v well located and verj proved I in?) ? 1 ?-^ > - ! i i i ? ur ? >l mi hii'I other buildinK" all t.llui.le land les? >'W al Addn ?? J. n. I ONfl aiir. 15?tf. ??in? i 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ipfttat mux-*, wp;n?-iiL t'ni'PL'-*. m too Scientific American? S ?antlsomelr Bl?Il1*< ?rael - na. ?.: ? Baasitoar rm.nth?, |L ?Mil l.yail w> ?UNN & Co.3eiB~adwa* New York Branch Office, SB F 8t- Waabiiisiun. I>. L' "iiE. mm. A RBOULAn IN 0 TROOP. I'.tt.K) had ? ist non iiileil, anil Hie raen were n siting down their bunks lor the uigh. whi-u tin? (list i entire?! Mit? barrack inoni anil t-i?eil Im l'.iva'e 1 > ?novan. ??Her? !" auswered a voie?? lion the niwt-r end ?>i Hie room. '-Ri pelt t'> the iiilj Itiini, nii'iint e?l, lui colil'el llntj as soon be SOQ ??an postdbl.i o.t ?, ;lliv a ;,.,,) the ?ergeant ilom-d ibe door ?liba !>a.i t?. Tbe young telloa ahn bad ?n 8Wti?-?i il'f serge auVa s.**j*a -r, v.'??? mi inore Iban 19, but lall and well made, wlita tbal trin? appearance j tor wh u-li O'?- A??? i ie. ?u soldier ?n Doted. Ash?, nan rolling a blank? et an I getting, together ihe aiticlee u -ii:? I ; y i? ?I'liic.l t??! suc i duty, ilie lii.-t t-ergeant again entend and imi-atieutlv oouiinaudid liitn to maire liasii-. ??>'e\er mind any exir..s, Mhk ! et; ' he ?dj itant s? ems lo l>t- in a ? teiiib'e liniiy lo jet von lift; so1 j Hl fak?' Uli CXtlil lllllltlllll Illlllllls ??I twiiinututiou and eno igh r?lions j ou tor oui? ?l n, g?*t youi horse ami repot t t'? biiu V. in? quartets. The seuunel has order? to let v 'ii in tin- si.i ?ii' t?? get tbe animal ?> it." ?urg? n\"l i i?i Mil key, .???hau utter disregard] of Hi?? d fil?ente in rank ihat wa? common in Hi?* days of H ou tier I service. T -\? tit j miiiuti s 1 ttt-i D.mov ?n : die? n iu at the adjutant*? qoar?| ters ??ni? dismounted, bul bet?re tel OOUhl tie up lus hi rse the i'oor op ' ei ?-(I. -id Lieutenant Haley ?p peaml. '?Pi iva;t- ll-iiH'V in. ( Hoop, re poits f.?r detaobrd si i vk-?-, s i at ?1 Mickey's Hellt liaiid was rala cd to his hat B illl lliliit il'.? prompt I'ude. "Very well, Donovan, tic your; borne t<> that poet and come In aide.*1 When be entered the room the lieutenant addressed hilll ill sell.?US toius: '?! waul to tell .?-on, Dono? I van. th.ii the duty yon arc about to enter upon is traogbt with great lo jour.stlf, and, in fact, you st.iiul a good eliciict* ol never reiuruitu; lor I want yon t<> ride to tin* railroad with a message to mmandiiig offlci r, abo lias gone there to meet hi.? daogbt?*r, I h,i\ c just n ceived news by a scout It ,tt tin* ?hole Cheyenne nation will piobabl? be on the wai pat?i i?.. dajii;ht tomorrow." Mickey did not wiuee, and Ibe lieuteuaut ?-cut oi : ?'If yoo ceed in getting tbiotgl', the pen? rai can remain then* outil tbe ir ou u led tioops, which will i turned latelj follow j ou arrive to eacorl I) I III to the pOst It you (till ?<" through Dead Mao's Canon very pally ii? the morning you may be m time lo erosa ibe opeu couuiri before ?lo* Indiana re .?stir.'' ? It there in such a thing a? reaching ibe place 1 will di-livci V'li.i m? ?s ige to ti.?- gen? ral," said .Mickey. At y v>limn message to he earrii ?l, mi:'' ? Vts; here in a paper you will delivei to (ieii'-r.tl l'ai??, if \o.i mauageloget through, which ex plan.s *?oor luunii'.i to linn. Tin Haiti is Dot dnc at Rock ( icck tin till about IU o'clock m tbe morning, so you have time to i ule the dis? tance a ?th a good horse '" 1? ?novan to k the orders, placed ibera in ibe Inside pocket ol bis blanket shirt, unbitebed bis borne S?d ieaji? ?1 into Ihfl saddle. II orossid the parade at a sweeping ?ici in a few im untes ? as lo-t t<> aigbi in ti? ? darkness, den er.il Parr ??.a- an officer who coiu ssaoded tbe reaped and good-will loi every roan in bis regiment. Hi? daoghlei aas worshipped by ail t??? enlisted men because ot lier ! kindly way a aud lbs intareat ??lit* ^ iiianilcslcil In ilicm UDOU ti t r au-! ??tal visits to Ihe p?Mtl Sue hnd diaOOTered on a previous visit that Mickey was tin? pupil of an in tel I ' igent man m ?.ne ol tie Hoops, and siic at oi.??* ksteieaUd heraell lo his studies. HSKitatiii^ Im; in ajaoj : a lihson while lie was on <iu'.\ ,i otderlj nt In i falber? fjQai lets To thisToaog fellow, wboeeoa-l iy meiiioHcs wer?? of kicks ami ettfla, hin?hss wiiiuiiHugs and Starvation, this lovely Aoiing (?irl seemed a being of another wot Id. He thought of htr as he rode along throagh the dar knees ami fell a l In ill ?ifpride in I bo (act that he had bet n sc'tcled lo warn hei lather of the I liiealeit ?1 danger anil pit balily save lier lioin diatb at (he hands of the Indians. i t the eiul of three hours afiokei had reached the tiist range of bill?, and he knew it must be alter mid Bight. II ' di<! not want to push bit horse too bard at Ibe start, toril hfl -succeeded in getting lliioiigh the cannon there was si ill a stret? h ot level prallte oy.'i winch he must race for 30miles to reach the rail? road, and it ibe Indians win* oui again It might end in a race lor hie. After allowing his horse to browac for a tew minutes, he tightened the sadille-girtb, mounted and sel out toi the next, range. It was dif? ficult work riding down tbe aleep incline into the valley, but out;?* at the foot bo raced iieioss the lioltom ?anils ami did not draw rein until toe towering heights of the lilaek Hills loomed up beloie him. Here he gave his dorse a short real, while he himself munched a bard rack and refreshed himself with coll?e from bis canteen. He decided to take tl.c trail lead iug over the Mini tint instead of g? - l ig through tl c cannon, l?u he reasoned (hat he would lie in ? better po.'liioii to make a light outside the canon than i?! it. if the Indinos bad already enieied, ami '. also he stood a greater chance of I escaping observation. Bj the time he leached th? sum mil of the lange gieat luns ? I goh'eu light were beginning to shoot ib i out-h tbe rastelu heavens. lie anxiously scanned the prairie iii.it stretched awa* below bun t?; the horizon, bot uol a living thing : could in- s? t? up m if. Congratul?t?! iug uiiOSill upon tbil, 'o' pushed rapidly across the mesa that ? formed Ibe divide and was aliout ! lo take tbe trail in descent when! ins attention whs attrasted bj a daik, cloud shaped object ih.it had Boddeuly risen upon the verge Ol i be stuiihei n honson. Tuere was no need t.> ask what' it was. -IiitMiiis' was .l/icke.\ a fust thought. As lie watched III the cloud grew larger an.I larger; until lie was able to distinguish tie' outlines of iho ponies and riders j The young trooper knew that it [ would be impossible for him to cross i he prairie without being discovered, but he did not falier. II?? bad no idea of giving Dp. He opened the Bap ot Ihm saddle pocket thai contained the exna aiiiuiuiii tin!!, loosened ins revolver iu its bolster aud was a boo I to urge his horse down the trail when be saw auotbei cloud ol dust rising <)i It?: It east ot him cud III the ill lection in* must travel. Mickey began to think that al! the lud?aos iu Wyoming were out. Suddenly bis bear! almost stood siili, im out of ihe dual emerged a government ambulance. There was no mistaking it. Tue ton iniiles were on a -dead run.' aud the drivt-r was lashing then, to ibeir utmust speed. -1/ickev dit noil tiitt the !:eiii-l'.il and ???s daughter were oecnnaula ol tbe v<-li?ti*-, aud bis BrsttbuogLl :\,\i*. 'Wuat can I ?lo to save the young lady'.'' lor he ooold see tbe Indiana were in full civ and en ileavoriog to reach the cannon ?head of tbe ambulance. lie not? ?1 B iih joy that it WOOlll ?? impossible 'oi them to Interce] t it. and in the same lustaol a thought came to bim 1>t which i e might save both lather and daugh? ter, it w*s a desperate resolve, which might cost his ?ile, as l.e knew, but no thought ol sel? preservation entered his mud. He ltd his horse into ibe thick brush alongside tbe trail, ?'"k tbe rstra ammunition tioin the saddle pocket and rapidly descended to a point a ?out ?b lee I SboYC the load ay ar'.i icli torn mended ibe entrance to n ?-anon ami at the -tame lime ?helft led him in? in attack, except fiora above. I be cannon is so Harrow at its opening that not more than one VI hielt? at a time can eutei: on the north side the wall Hs'-m sheer lo the summit ol the mountain, bm the -??.ntIk-iii lace |s broken up into rough ledges that form ex?'? I en! si?] , platees aB ?t ii as formidable bait., it. To get at hi ?? the Indians woubl bate eithei t-i foicea passage and ? ""-'l the ntc? p Sitie of the c ill I ' I y a trail to the summit .in ii i eiul iotisly descern? 11001 ,. ? ,'? ii,. Settling himself be bifid his breastivoik and BOatteflBg twrtridgea aroaad witbia aasj teach of his band, he waited loi Iba a in bu la n ce to pass, lor one instant he was tempted to hall it is M pass ?! and meure the aid ol tbe geneiiil and the driver, but he dismlaaed the thought, for to atop the ambulant-?* w., ihi be to en ?langer 'the young lady.' Aa the team dished into llie Cannon Mickey noted that the malea were rnoning with a light neaS which showed them to be comparative!* freeh ami good (or at least I'll miles. He, caught a glimpse of the general atiba ear. b ne tiiinly grasped in l.is band, and on the back seat he n.\* a White, fr?*ight?*i|,-il lace, the image ot winch never after bit him, When the Indians advanced to within SO yarda of tbe opening, ut? tering Send Ufa jells ol triumph in Hie expectation ol speedily over? taking the ambulance, which, they knew, could not keep up the break? neck pace, tbroogh the toitnoils wind? Ol th? 06000. ? lu-v uvre sur prised and stopped b) Hie relions o? three shots which rail g 001 llo'ti the ledge ol rocks ou tbe face < I Hie ol ft Three Indians hung li up up m Hoir pomes as the whole bain' rods back out ol gnnsbor. Bisck Bagle, win? commanded the Indians, u w ?h n p enough t<? knov. tint the attacking paitj wen? nor soldiers, foi oi'ierwiae there would bave been a charge. He reaaoued that t he p irty m is he a vciv small one to tie intrench ed in suc i a m inner, S -aim,' for? ward a ?in/, ?n warriors to draw t?i?*? Ore of the liealeged, he closely watched the lace of tbe o d au i made oui thai b it on- mai aas dring. Moving his ii ,n i south until tbej dlsappe irt ?1 Irom i be \ iew ol an. one on the rock?, be burned ' tbe s-. iiilv toward the openlug, Intending to make a ?1 inh iuto tbe ??a ion and trusting to the stvilt uess ol the movemeut to disconcert the marksman .r???ve. TT?* planned to send the main body on m pur suit of tbe ambulance, while a snf? .?cent uamber remained to dislodge the m,m who ?vas preventingthetu j Iroin tollo?log their prey. . Mickey waited b il t he appeal anee of the Indians with every nerve atr mg to its Inchest tension. He ihiilli'il with satisl letton at r?ch moment's ?lebiy, lor he knew that the troops following Inn would make good lime and probably meet ibe ambulanoe before llie In? dians could overtake ir. When (be) bad reached tbe place of vantage sought, l?'.i'k E.lgle'8 signal was given, and the? dashed loio the opening. Ciack! crack! crackl went Micke*, 'sen bine, Tin n as rapidlj as be could tin- be dla? cli.it ged the six shots fin n Ins re volver lie noted a ? - ? * ti i sed jnm* ble ol ponies and lud? ms in the centie ol ibe losd w s*. 11,1 otl 1i? ?un |k ?1 over iliein. aud bs s \w tin in siieaii'ing away tai np tiie canon. A jam the csrbiu ?- cracked: six, seven, eight are do ?ii, n ne, no, he had mtastd I bat fellow. ?Strange,-1 he lliough?,"tliat I emmd bil that ret? pato; th? felio* most l?'-ar a obarmed lil ?: again the bideooslt painted faoe o i ??? ? Il >?)) r tngi . aud as M i'.ey lin: I he was tilled with exaltation to see the s ? age rol? do?n tbe rtx Now loitrd beads were begin ning lo appear tro n lieiinul sVerj boulder, and shuts w? re spattering mi the rooks arond him Ah-h.nl s bol iron been tlnu?t though Ids left ?boulderf A moment later his right fool also was seared ; y an Iu nan bullet, II ? bard I j fell the pain ol ins wounds Ha was t! inking of the fab yoong Kirl,whose Image waaludel ltd? i oprliiled Ui> ?" im be n she ?as whirled i?ast hi m a shoit time before. Bmldeuly s rock rolled down from above. H?' tinned to look np There) was a binding Bash before his ejes a ?1 then del kness. when ibe ''eticial retnin??l al the lii-ad Of Un' c ivaby troop til the .??vue oi Micke] 's ad,?More In? found the lad lying ?bore he bad lallen. II ? was dead, bol tbe body bad not '?ecu matilated, lor the Indians bad been driven ? It by tbe gpprospfa of t ii e troops. Iu the regimeotal d?eaoripil>e (?.?ok ol tin? Pilleen eavalrj tbe loi lowing remark iseotored opposite the name Ol KlObael 1? ?novan. (' troop1 m the bandwnting ol (? ne ral l'an: "Il nu iu obseortlj, reared In p .\ M ' | aiid ignoiiii.ee, i? t pOS sesst ?I ol Ihe ?livi ne atiiiliuti s ni I hero! The voluntary ?.acidice ol life that others might live i-? greatl I than the ?lut y of a) sol ii??; it is true heroHm.'1?Voitii'.-i ? ' ?m paniou. ' tul Bookasl Mid - o.erllm Kumt-ly ?0 . Chii-li-1 Of ."?' TWO nr.MOKiil's BROTHER Many yeari aajorbere aere ti liro'heis.n i ne I loel Blld Jfltl i''i i jrbo were la nous ilnoigho Wayne i-mtiity. Ind., because Hi? were bot h st.ch flights. Onedav tl ? ".( re on their way to Ciiicinn iM 1 wagon in the (lays of tbe 0 canal. The wagon was of tl com led variety, and only ,ln?l w visible to tbe natural eye as tl vehicle piungi ?l Into ami our of ti shuck boles tba?, infesi ibe ?a, Joel was said to lie the next to II ugliest man in all the counti round, and his brother took pr?t ?lene?'. The two biothersmel aatrauge ?bo, attracted liv tbe supreme liomel) I .ce Ol Joel, stopped 1, hoi.se and Said: 'ICicu.se mr, mv tiicud, In would you mind telini me )oi n ;i nit *. in a spulcbral tone that Bite? ?ii-il the hideous lace Joel It plied: 'Well, i guess i balu't neve lone UOtblti that woold make it aabamed to tell mj name. M. name is Joel1? 'Where do >on live, if it is a tai Question.1 'I live in \\ avne county Indi antiy.' ?Well, stranger, 1\ ? seen mi? 1 ? f Indi inny, bm IM bet you III i tint ? iin'ii' Hie ugliest in.in iu tin slate.' 'Well, I hain't no gaiublia man, replied J ?el, 'hur I haio'i nevei s.ien not hi tig m tbe Scnptnre agin bettln on a sine thing- au IM jest take that I Tinning to the wagon o ?ver and peering into its depths be called: 'Jonathan, stick yoor head out !?., ? I.' Jonathan did as be was i, q n--i. rd. I be stranger paid ibe witboo! a word of complaint.? New Vnik M ni und Expri as. Owing to over-crowding and l?ad ventilation, the air ol ibe school loom is nitt'ii ciost* ami impure, and teacii-rs and pupil? frequently si,tier tioin lung and tin?? ?m Ho blea T.? .ill such .?e ? mu? aay, : r\ ( * ti it in I ?t i Iain's Coi jo Ut-mt-d,. Foi cough?, ??'? ?I?. wen, nigs and bronchial doubles no ol I r temed can compare " db it. ' ; ? ??? ' I-'lei ?I. Sopelliitell.leflt Al ?J Prairie Depot, Ohio: "II .?.iug some knowledge ?it the eflic icy o! ( Iban I'l-rliin's < lough l.?*medj . 1 have no hesitation in lecomraend lllg It tO all M III? ?llitel IM n coughs, lung 11 ou bl? ?, (?'??. ' For - ? Liu train, l?rnggi?t. Hi; (JOT THE MUSTAUD. Il whs in ibe si in ? ? Tb?s boys n.i.l a meal ol heel lb it bad bei :i coi ne?l by a b.-th iu a sail hors? i?irre!. It was ?| lite a ir?*at. all Ibougbl so innil one ol tl ' part?, remarked, 'A lil tie mustard iTon.du'i go bad ' ? Vii.it remluds me.' said another ?You jus' w sil S f?l i iniii' tes.' A quarter of an boni latei lie retui n ? ?I and, producing a sere i of paper, be said : ??lb, yea. ii? ??'?? that iii'i.sttnl.' 'Where did jo ? gel iifaalil tl.? others in chorus. I pal tin- surgeon's. Tbe i ek call, you remember, sounded as we wein talking ab ut the m 8 id It OC inii'il to nie that I lltl e mustard for my lame back would be j ist the thing.' 'I'ml you haven't got any lame back. ?l! n I have got tin- iiiiistanl ' - Philadelphia Prese, "My boy cam? home from achooi one day with ins ham! badly lac? rated and bleeding, and ?offering great pain." lays Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.1 Drug Co., si. Louis, Ma "I dress? ed the wound, snd, and applied Cliaui I" rlain'a Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in s remarkably short time it luvili-il wlthoBI leaviuff a .?car. l or ui'iiiiil-, ?luaiu-, -u d?ng- a* ?I il'i'iiiu.i li-in I know of no medicine or presonp li.?qual to it. I consider it i bous? - ; ,i cesaity.'- The 20 and I lise -ot sale by L. It. Irwin, ?\\ all. I'm ul ni o- one thing. 0 n d m averna to have good i? - IiglOOS 0 ?nipan \.' ?How is that, mothetf 'His last let ft li.-"s comiii' bt me m a ce*'- ?Tl facht.' t 'i-iiii- tin mi?! i'.< -/riit.i. -..'. in.'i . iainatantl? ? : i lain - I ' , im iitly cur? ?1 bj M li a i ? ? r for ? bilblalna, fro -. S3 eta.| l?r r- (?mi linn Pini 1. ; leeds when la noA ate, bl.1 i urlfler and ;.-V ..... s ? . . -l.lilii 11. I c? nis p?-r i'.ii -, CASTOniA. ^4k$tfB?5t'2aL I I ! ENEMIES 01 MAX THEMISOEEDSANDTHE DANGER! MODERN LIFE. Dr. Twining;.-'. I'l.n. l-'nr ?i I'ur.r Ufa - Hi?. lt.cn th.- Wi.rl.l-? I!..t LsaaWs - ?if Illa.pliciiiy mi.I Ilriiiik.in 11i.? I??y of Kiplatl.ni. rlfht, 1SSS. by American I IB.] Washington, bept 18.?This an lag dtsconrse by Dr. Talaiage will cits inti n?t I y the maim? r in wine assails some of the great evils i uhroad. Zbs aobjeol is "Enemii I ? I? thrown " aud UN ins lxi i, "l.ct Hod Birlas, let his soon tas : d." A process!? B W?S f- .rni.-d to BBtiy srk, or saciad i v., which, though o 8 feel w incbi i in length and i tet Inches in height and deptli, was ?yinbol of God's presence. As tbe le ci- of tbe procession lifted this or 1 and brilliant boi by two gol? - run through fotu golden rii and started for Mount Zion all the p pie chanted tbe battle hymn of my te "Let < Iod Brise, let his i ni mies be se ti red " Tho Cauier? uians of Scotland, o raged by Jamea I, who forci?d u; them i ma that w? ri und by tii.. terrible per? Drommond, Dahdel and Turner and i . ( hurl, i II were driven to t reclaim w t tyrant? and went forth to tig for religions liberty, aud tbe mount? heather tx came r? ?I with (?arnac Botbwell bridge and A Drnmclog the battle hymn and tbe 1; tie ah? Id Soot? nu n waa the teat I have i ? m o, "l at;- red Vi'i nt a whirlwind of powi i ver Cromwell, aud bow le' w? from victory to vi? -:ng en mies melted as be i i ked al them. 1 lut? d h at Berkel? y castle, nud it w taken He orden il ??ir ?;..i, li Hi pt? :.? ral, to dii i be ?li mount? d See i in mw? II lurching t with hi? it tin y and " Iroti.-id'--. "loi .?"!? mil a? u ' ' SI ' . ti Moor, at Wiiii-, by b'iel? ?t N'a.-? hy, at Bl, .':il Dar month?"L tGod arise, 1? t bis cueuii? ? i'-'l!" ?Iod, .\'<?t Man. ? s ron plimentary and ?asm I? d sword that yo sonieti _? up in a parlor, .-wind that w?a never in l il ? in ral trau .infill! bang np in your hi me, !? King . ? r my text bangs In th t? Hing of t war* ? : carried, but still as keen and might; ai whi n Dat id lit-r unsheathed it. I thai iu tbe ebon b and iu ull stj rel rmat ry worl what we m -t in ? d now Is a I We ra - md put <n it tbe name <f tome man who oalyi few years ago began to 11 v.- and in i few y? an will cease to live W ill tin- ariui. ? of iniquity depending too much on human ag? ucies We u?o for a l aith cry th?-nam brave Christian r? form r, bat aft? ? ige, and tin n we take nu otber ratttlecry, and tbia nine perbapi wa put the name of aome one who be trays the canse and the eu emy What we want f? r a batl abo will m vi betray naand will never aarreader and will nevi All ri spects liave I for brave : .. but if we are toi ihe hint i f the ' ?-'? bo a ip? d y call? il Midi aoit? s. Th? m < ii'!' nit' ? bad a gl? ri? OBS li sdl r in Qid? on, but what was the ry with which tiny Bang their enemies into the worst defeat into which tiny army was ?rver tombled! It was. "Tbe sword o? tbeLot?nadot Gideon." l firat, whoever yon pui If the army of the Ai ri an Revolution i.? to free America, it mast be, "The award of the Luid and of Washington." If tbe ( lennans want to win the day at .?id oi, n mnst i '. "The sword of the Lord and Von Uoltka." Waterloo was won t r the English becanse n Ihesrmsd nun at tbe front, bot the worshipers In the cathedral.? at the rear, were crying, "i be sword of the Lord and Of Weilin-jtnii. " i;i|.'!.t I? Mich!. TheMetbodists have g? ne in triumph nation after nation with I .'.'i.id of the Lord and Of Wes? ley. " Tin- Preabyterlans have Rone from rieb ry to vi? b ry I ry, "The sword of ii'?' 1 ird and of John Rnoz." 'l iie Baptisl - have conqu? r? d millions after millions for Christ with I ''The sword of tbe Lord and ol Iod son " Tbe American Episcopalians have woo their mighty way with tbe ary, "The sword of tin' i.?'?-'i i ; . is to those who pnt ?God first Bui sa we want a bar tleery srii? 1 to all seel i of i i-ts and tO Sill laudl I i t Olinatl as the i proacliii word* ?if my I sa it was carried to M. OUI Zi< n, "1 let bis ?-in luics he scattered." AS far as OBI finite imii'lcaii JodgS it ssems.?i><mt linn' for ( i ?! i" ria it int Mini to you t'.iat the ?il'Oltiina ? i,i-, ..iri, h iv?i MfarenoBghl r n tiiui' when sfa wa8 so v,. n iii never beforeu many Iod teUiag Inm to ct me ' li if lie ilai- book Bl - I What t. ?vering profan? ity ! W.ail | U ha t i any one to cabrolats die numbers 11 times that the i i the Almighty Hod und of ?lesiia Christ are (nrry .lay taken irrevarantly on the , as iweariag is as I'l.uiiiili ii by th.? Law ss th-tt ? r i murder, yi't. who BavaBBaBS it? Priifaiitry is wur-e lliuu theft ?.i ? OB murder, for 111. .??? SSiaBN ?r.? nttneks ou Luiininity ?that is an attack ? This coiintry is pre -eminent for blas? phemy. A man traveling iu Russia was supposed to be a clergy man. "Why do' you take me to be a clergyman?" said I the man. "Ob," said tbe Russian, "all other Americans swear." The orlm ! mnltiplying la intensity God r< ry 1 ten ?how? what be thinks of it. hut the n?"?t part th? fatality is hushed Aiming the A?liroiidaeks I met the BBsal prucessioii of a man who two d liefoie had fallen mnl? r a flash of lie. Ding wbil? Ima-lmg aft? r B Blinda) werk in the tit Ids that he had oh? u God ont of ouo ?lay uyhow, and man who woiked wilh him on the sa ?Sabbath is still living, hut a b?lpl invalid, under tin' BaSBS tla?h ?I..?! It>buke?. Year? ?go, in a I'ltt-litirj- prison, t un n were talking about lbs Bible I Christianity, and one "f tlu-m, Thou ??n by Bame, applied to Jeans Chrli very low and villainous epithet, and, he wsa ottering it, be fell. A pbysici was called, hut no help could bs giv? After ;i day lying with ?li?t? nded pup and pal.-ii d tongue, he passed ?ait tiii- ?world In a pemetery in Balliv county, m New York state, are Bt| lii'inlstoiies in a line and all alike, a lb sas ?re tha lacta. In 1861 dipbtbei rag. ?I in the village .m<l a pbysafci was remarkably anotesaful in sari hi,? i atiesta Su oonfldenl did b? bao i that be boaated thai no case of dip Iberia could ?I.'iliil before him and tin; ly defied Almighty God to produce diphthetia that be could n lire. His youngest child soon sfl took tbe disease and <1 i? ?1, sad aftiT another, until all the eight in died of diphtheria. Tin- blaspbem challenge Almighty God, ?ad God ?i cept? 'I tin? challenge. Do not think Hi because ?;od has ?jean rilent In yo ? profane iwearer, that bs is dee !? there nothing now-m tha psoalii t.i ling of ymir tongue or nothing iu tl tiiiini in?.- of yi ur brain, that Indicati that ?iod may cemi' to avenge your hla pbemies or is already avenging then But the-e case* I hav" notii ? d. I believ ai.ily a tew cases where there at bundreda Families k?aep them quiet i avoid the bi rtible a mrpicnity Phys ciana ?oppress them through pr.'tv ?tonal confidence, It is a very, rerj Bg roll that oontaina tbananu of the?" who died with 1 las-heinic-i o their bps. Still the crime rolls on, up throng parlors, op through chandeliers wit ?il si lasa, and through the pn tun-d oorridora of olabrooms, ob tiii'-ugh bnay ??chang?e wb? oath and down through all th iiaunt.? of ain, mingling with tbe tat tin.g dice und crackling billiard hallf and the laughter of her who bath fa g.ftt n the covenant of her God, an round the city and round tin- oootinen and round the earth a seething, boUiBj lings its hot spray into the fac of a long suffering God. And the sbi; captain corses bis crew and the masts builder his men and th.- hack driver hi borae, and the traveler the stone tha braises his foot or th? mad thai soil his she? ? ur til.- defective timepieoe tha gets him too lata to the rail train. 1 ar raign pn taue .?wearing and blasphemy two names for the same tiling, a? b.-ini the gigantic erimea of this laud and tor it? BXtiipatloB it di SB seem m if it WBTB ?il "Ut time fur (?ml to ariso. Wiut? Wli.n It??!. Then loi k tora moment at the evil ol drunkenness. Wbetb? r yoa live it --.n m- New York or (.'uicugc or i m :iii,at; i r Savannah ? r 1 iu any i - of tin? land, couui up tlie ?ah .n? en that -?tl'? i t .. pared with tue sahen? Uve years age and ????' liny are growing far out cl . a to th" inert use of the popu? late n. Vnii p. ? pie who are so precise in ! ? articular le.?t there should imprudence and rashness m attacking til.- ruin trafila will have your ? night pitched into ymir front door dead ?li unk OC year daught? r will cum with bes children beoaoB* bet hnahand baa, by strong drink, been turned into a il uiouiao. The drink Band ha.? ?: id whole streeta oi good bomas in all our cilice Fathers, brothers, - th- luii' ; . . unk ' Fasten tight- r th?. victims! Stir up th? llames! 1 M'.ie un o, woman and chilidren for th I.? t us have whole g' uerati? os on Ore ...??. ilut.-. lut,' aackbut, . laifi ry en I mer let all I n and w< rship King Al? t hoi, or yon ico i il platform I I indict this e\ il Bl th" r gi? id?-, the fratricide, the patricide, the ma tbe nxoricide, oi tbe o ntury V. ; what innocent and delusivo and mirth ful names ?1? ofa -us?a dl i pie! It is a "ci rdial. ' It is "bittera." It is an "eye opener. " It laan"appe it i? a '?dig? -n r." It is an "in rigorator." It isa "settler." it Is n .p. " Why don't they put on (hi labels: '?Bas? m a of Perdi? tion," "Conscience Btupefler," "l-'ive M- irs of Or? phanage," '* Blood of Souls," "fi an Eternal Licptosy," "Venom of the Worin Teat Nev. r Di? ?'" Only awhile is then anything iu the titiu of liquors to aven hint their Btrocity, as in the i'itse of ",-?iur nia.-h. " Tbl ied all over. It tasa hontet ?ama and any one can uiider.-ttind it. "S.ur mash !" That is, it makes n man's dis posit toa sour, and his BS? ohatioos sour ami his pr?i.-ie?ts s.iur, and then it ia good to mash his body, and mash his soul, and mash bis tiii-im.?.?. and nia-h his family. "Sour ma.-li !" One limn-st last fur Bfl intoxicant ! lhit throogh lying Istasts of many of die apolhecaries' sli. j..?-. good b*M**J<b, WBO un- only a littls uudirloiie in health und winning BOOM invigi ration, have Unwittiugly got on tlnir tuigut? llie fan*,? o* tip? cobra that siing? to death M large a ratio of tin? human rauo. >???i.i.'"*?i|i?. Others iirertiiiieil hy the common and 111 di'.-itrili tivi) babil "f treating ?listolii- ; . 1 it is n tr.'iit on tiieir coming in tnwii, und a treat while the baipda liig ptogresses, autl a treat when tlis purehasi- is iiiiide, BSal S treat as h? IsavSS town, Others, to ?lrowii their tiiii! les. suhmerge themselves with thja WOfM troiil.le. ?>h, the world is bat? tared ami ?jratasd und i lasted ?aith Ibis growing t v11. It is more Bad more iu trenciii'il and iortilieil. They have mil? lions of dollar? ?ub.?. r.In?! to marshal and iiilvaii- i Un aieolinhe fnrces. They nominate and elect ?nul govern the vast majority oi the oilicohohhis of this country Ob tni-.r mi!?? they bave en ll?li d tl.e Illlgiltie.-t political power of the ceuturi?.. An I hablad them stund all ttM mvru-i i not of the nelLt r woild. satanie, Apollyonk? und diabolio. It ii beyood all hatean ??-.?rtbio? tin? bu-til, .,! ,:., sat?n or oaptttr? tlin Gibraltai Of rum )bbs. Ami while 1 ap prove of all human agencies ,,f reforni i wuuhl utterly ?I. ?pair if we had nutre big?Iss but wii.tt ohssrs mats th.-n onr best tri?i?,s an- yet I chief urtilh-ry is m n BBBVS our great? est commander baa not yet fully taken the field. If all hell is on tlu-ir ride, all heaven is on our side. Now, "l.-t Ged arise ami let hi? BSMBBaBS Is- n att?-r?-d. " Then look nt the impuriti.-.- ,.f those I great cities. Kv.r and anon tin-re ?t? m tin- new-pa,], rfl 6Z| . i;,| lift, that inakt- th?- story of Sodom quite re spectalalu, "for su.h things." Christ Bays, "wer.- nn.re tolerable f. i and (ioiiiorrah'' tban for the ( hora/ins BBd BetBaaJdaS Of greater light It is BO unusual thing in ?,ur ?in? ? tn SSS , men in high positi? n? with two or three faunlii'S, or r.-Ihied ladiea willing sob einnly to marry th..- very -wo oiety if tiny BS w.althy. Tut- liihls ull BflaUBS with denunciation ajainat an impars life, hut many of th.- Amarioaa ministry uttering not one point hlank word against this iaiqaity last some old libertin? throw up his ?hun-h pew. Machinery i rg.uii/.ed in all tin: cities of tin- United .?ta-. ? and Canada by which to ?nt yearly in tin. ?grinding mill of this Iniquity tfaoasa misos pectingof the country tariiiiiot; proem ess confessing in th? ?ourlsthut she had supplied the infernal market with ISO vieiims in-i\ n. BIBS "ii, i * aapapera in America ti swing ripen the door of this lazar boat rial corrupted I Expcisnre inu.st como before extirpation. The S.Hlal Mm. While the city vau carries the scnra of this sin from tas prison to th court morning by morning it is full time, if we do not want nigh Amerioaa life to bacons? like thai of (be court of laonia XV. to put miHi' uaire I. and the Pompadours of yuur In - loto a van of popolsr indigna? tion and drive them out of respectable n?. Wiiat pro? purification can tin n- be a* l sumiller watering places it is usual to .???? n yoong woman uf esoellenl rearing staml and simper and giggle and roll up h.-r ?-ye? sidewayi I I those life and mi tin- ballroom floor ft i bim iu the sanos, the maternal chaperon mean? while beaming in m tbe window on the v. M? t inch mal bea, for tiio brimai oe indi at? i tbe opposit? ? The evil i- vmg all our By some these immoralities are called peccadillo?, gallarntrisa, - and are relegated to t-betaslBBS of jocularity, and few efforts a. gainst them ? I <l bl "White Croas" movement, as il is cull? ed??m organization making a mighty assault on this eviL*** God forward tn.? tra-'- , n Ibis inbject distributed by the religions tract i the land. Ood help par-lit.? it; t.n ?great work t!)?-y an? doing in ttymg to atari their children With 1 ur? 1 - Iu I ?" Ip all leg* h*Mtota in their attempt to prohibit this crime. A? Va I! ?i. Bnt is this all? Ihn it is only a question of time when the hut vestig? of purity and-boniS will vanish out of sight. Hainan arms, human pen?, hu? man voices, human latents, are not suffi? cient. I Li-gin to look up. 1 butin for artillery rumbling down tin- sapphire boulevards of heaven. 1 watch to BBS if iu the iiiuriiinR light there ?V- not the flash of ?Isstaiiidlng scimit ra oh, for Godl Does it not seem unie fot posiannsl I- it aol Unas for all lands to cry out, "L.-f God an?.' and let his SB I SOBttBSt d'" IsjOt B lett.-r usking me if 1 did Hot think that the saithqaaks la i bb of.our cities was the divine ? ha?;i?'i: that city f.r its-m?. Thai letter I BB* swetad by saying that If all ?.ur Anu-ri can cities got all the punishment they Aaasrvs for their horrible impurities the earth wi uld hing ago Bares cracked, opening eruvievs IsaBSOi ntiuiiital, and tak.-n down all our cities so far under that the tip of our ? lunch spires would bs MO test below the ?arfara it is of the L?ird's mercies that we bave BBS basa consume.i. ?y uro the affairs of this world ao a-tvvist, a jangle ami racked that there ???i ms b need of the divine BBftaarajses, hut there ia another reason. Hat Dot iiotn-etl that in the history of tbia planet (???. turns a leaf BlXBBi <\?ry a.oou yesraf God taiaadalaal, ami train World was fitted for huuiau r. ?. r\hwut 1,000 more y.urs passed along, and God turnc-d another tont, und il was the deluge. About B.000BBPTSySBtS i on, ami it was the Nativity. Al? most 2 0O? more year? passe?! by, and ho Will probably soon turn another leaf. What i I shull Ix- I cannot say. It i be tin- ?leinolition of .ill the??- molls!; itn ? ? I lurpitude and the e-tabhshiiiL-ut of ilghtoonsinw in all nss earth. Ha can la it, und hS will do it. I BB. as ?oniideiit as if it W<tn IB pli.-hcd. How ?a?iiy BB can ?lo it my I ti> hurl a Kreut thunil?-rl?dt Of his pwwer, but just to rise from th? tliruue ou wnieb he aits. Only that will be neoea sary. "Let God ariaa " Tha Cuuiln? of Oud. It will tieu?) exertion ?if oninipoteno?. It will be uo bending or I.racing for a mighty lift. It will be no st-udiug down the say of the white boras cavalry of n or rumbling war chariots. Ha will only rise. Now he is sitting iu tbe majesty and patience of his reign He is from his throne watching tin- iiiust.r irg ? f ull the forces of I lusptieniy unit SIBBM und impuni v und fraud aud Sabbath breaking. \V when they have done their BB BS ?-. I are i surely organized he will tn.nr himself au?l say: "My enemies have denied me I - ii? ?'linugli and their eu ?i uf liiii-uity is full. 1 have given them ull upputlsadty for n-peiit.iuce. This dispensation of pa? llen e is euded. and tbe both of the good ?hall Le irietl uo enger." Ami BOB Ood begins to rise, and what moun? tains give way BBalaS his right foot, I kno.v not. but, standing in the foil radiance BBd grandeur of hi? nature, be looks this way und that, itnd how ktU SnaSBBBS ?re acuttt-rvd! Llasjjlu-n: whit?, ami dumb, nil tiovti tu their (loom, und tbose who bave IraJBolted iu that Which desire. -and soul* of men und families will l,y with cut foot OU l?e liiiwua-glu.lo of broken d*v fcntiooed on itbr-s-'e.