trance for Christians and Moslems
alike, the architrave being richly
and lavishly cut with garlands anil
flowers, the well-preserved Greek
Land of Promise
(Continued from 6th Page »
still outside the city walls, on the
site of what is traditionally pointed j inscription put there b> t he Em
out—probably without a shadow peror Theodosius when he trails-
of reason—as the House of Naa-' formed it into a splendid Christian
man the Syrian—2 Kgs. v—where Cathedral Church dedicated to
we got our first glimpse, and at St. -John the Baptist: “Thy king-
close range too, of real lepers,with ; dom, O Christ, is an everlasting
their feverish looking and puffed-
up skin and unnatural mien, some
in the initial and others in a more
advanced stage of the dread disease
“Unclean! Unclean!and Separated
from Humanity!" they were in
deed, yet all eager for all the
backsheesh they could gut out of
benevolent people whether stran
gers or acquaintances. And truly,
he or she who would not give a
poor leper something in answer to
the pititul plea must be niggardly
and without sympathy for his
neighbor in an irreparable distress.
It was pleasant change to go
thence to the City Gardens, a
kingdom, and Thy dominion en-
dureth throughout all generations
—Psa. 114:13, the words *0 Christ'
being an interpolation.—This can
only be seen by climbing a steep
stairway and going out on a roof
ing over the silversmiths'|bazaar.
The building has been^ destroyed
or injured by fire time and again,
and restored as often;] and is quite
remarkable, measuring internally
about 455 by 123 feet, with an im
mense transept in the center
across it from north to south with
three aisles of equal width and
185 feet in length on the east and
west sides, these being divided by
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Almost everybody wlio reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderf il
cure-, made by Dr.
ii Kilmers swamp-
j| Root, the great kid
ney, liver anil Id.id-
pretty and well-patronized resort, * 1 an arcade of II bays, carried on
and after a brief stay to drive j columns from some more ancient
through “ the Street called I edifice and raised on pedestals and
Straight,” and through the Greek ' surmounted by ancient Corinthian
Baziar and by the Citadel, a very (capitals and by dossercts; having
fine and massive stone fortress, | originally an arcade running round
with its reminders of other dys, j about three sides of the great court-
back to camp for lea, and after-1 yard, that portion on the south
wards over to the Hotel Grand west alone being left standing by
Victoria, where we had a good the last fire, 1803. Work of rcs :
glimpse of a modern hostelry in j toration of injured sections is yet
“the Pride of the East” ere we re- j going on. Between the third and
turned to our camp to tent for the 1 fourth columns on the south aisle
first night ere taking the long j to the east of the great dome one
horseback ride across the Land of | observes a gilded wooden dome-
the Book commencing the next , covered erection said to be the
afternoon. ! Tomb of "John the son of Zachar-
The cloudiness of the night ma- 1 ias,’' or the Shrine of John the
terialized into rain before day ! Baptist, from a very old tradition
came, and, though the rain stop-1 that wheft the disciples of John
ped, the early outlook was any-1 buried his body in Samaria, they
It is tlie great med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century ;
discovered utter years
of scientific research
by hr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
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1’,right’s Disease, which is the worst
form of kiiluev trouble.
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it trade with
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Anvotu* RomllriK nnkolrii find <lPMc.rtph<m .nr
rulekly n*iwrt.iUn our opinion fnn* wnot.tmr •
luvotlt t*m probably piifoutiUBn
r ons at r let I y confidential Iliimlboolton I’litont
a 1 *11 r trot*. OldoHt Mixnnoy for Hontrlritc piitnut*.
I’uunlR fiiUen flin>ui(h Minin .t ».’•» rooolvo
trpfeinJ Ri/fUir, without eharuo, »n tdn*
A hnndMomoIf illtmt.r.itml irwHljr C*nrm»nt rir*
1 ninth>0 of uny uelontlllit Jotiruiil ‘rorm*. f:i \
year; four ruontha,$L ttcndbyall nownd^nlor*.
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«-. > <"v The Wren. - .
It la to be noted 11 uft If more itoai* '
a year old wrens come directly th tbdr
nesting site of lilt* preceding summer,
if It la still intact, all's well. There Is
no loitering in tin- neighborhood, nor
has It ever ha|)penei|, so far aa my ob
servation extends, that a single l»lr<l
appears and a unite subsequently
cornea upon the scene. Tin* pair arrive
together. This is amplestionnhly true
of my doorstep wrens if Uie past, rfeven
summers and suggests that tin- marital
tie ta not voluntarily broken, whatever
the birds' careers from \ugimf to April.
The male may lose his mate, but lie
soon llnds another, and tin* widowed
bird may inse her lord, hut she prompt
ly mates again, and so one or the other
keeps the old summer home In mind,
and It Is never forsaken, it. become*
a fixed feature of their ltvea. — l>r.
Charles C. Abbott in I.lpplnoott’a.
Uovrrnnr Ulirn Mod I'atrlek Ilearjr.
Chief Jnature Marshall used to nar
rate with great glee a correspondence
on a point of honor between Governor
Gllea of Virginia and Patrick Henry:
8lr t understand you letvn called mo a
bobtnllo.l politician. I wish to know If It
b* true mil. If true, your meaning
VV. it ou.rca
To which Patrick Henry replied:
Sir I fio not. recollect having called you
a bobtutloit polttlelmi at any time, lint
think It proliable 1 have 1 can't say whnt
I dl l mean, toil It' you will tall in* what
you think I mean I will tell you whether
you are correct or not
“Pygmalion, dear" iiskisl Galatt-n
day, "where did you find a ptero
Ultra*, UK- N’ Ht, Waiiteiim
thing bul bright and promising to
the well and strong, much less to
such as h.«l been suffering from
severe cold since arrival in Con
stantinople with its bitter cold
breezes direct from the Black Sea.
And yet, one couldn’t help but
laugh, as the first sound that
greeted the ears on waking was
the “donkey band's concert” —far
worse than a “Waterbury alarm”
clock-- consisting of the quick
dimr-dong of heavy bronze donkey-
bells and the continuous tremen
dous beating of tin-pans accom
panied by the occasional bray of
the donkeys as they passed in
rapid transit around about the
tents ot the camp Not only can you
not sleep, but you dare not sleep,
longer, for, even while breakfast is
served soon after this “blare,” the
brought his head to Damascus,and
b Tried it beneath the spot where
the shrine is erected. “It may be
from a confused tradition of the
vision of St. Paul, that a belief pre
vails among the Mussulmans of
Damascus that our Lord, having
ascended from the Mount of Olives
at Jerusalem, has descended, or
will descend, on the Mount of
Figs at Damascus. One of the
minarets of the Great Mosque is
called the Minaret of Isa—Jesus—
from the expectation that this will
be the spot, in a dark neglected
chamber half way up the minaret,
where he will stand to judge the
world, and within whose walls
every prayer offered is on tlrs ac
count supposed to ensure success."
From this point we had a fine view
of the whole city and its environs
tents are being taken down, and ■ afforded us. Of course, this is but
baggage must be ready to move ! one of many mosques here.
on, for “the Damascus Overland
Party” has employees that wait
for nobody. Today we ourselves
do not leave until early afternoon,
spending the time meanwhile in
the city of the Damascenes, and
seeing more of its sights;wbile our
camp goes.on ahead of us to be
pitched for us when the day’s jour
ney is completed and rest from its
The morning opened with a
visit to the Great Mosque of the
Omeiyades, on the site of which
has from times of old stood the
central shrine of the religious wor
ship and devotion of the Damas
cenes; where, for instance, in the
days of Naaman the Syrian was
the famous “House of Rimmon”—
2 Kgs. 6:18—the temple of the
great god of the Syrians, whose
altar was so wonderful that Ahaz,
King of Judah, had one made like
it in theTemple of Jehovah at
Jerusalem—2 Kgs. 16:10-13,— On
this site the Romans built a great
Temple to Jupiter, considerable
remains of which remain around 1
Just outside the Mosque’.-* pre
cincts on the north we saw the
Tomb of the great and magnani
mous Saracen, Saladin—Salah
ed-Din—hero cl the Second Cru
sade; and affixed thereto was hang
ing the golden wreath presented
by the Gorman Emperor William
711 on his recent visit to the Land.
It is a fine mausoleum and has
some fine faience work about it.
We took in the wonderfu mixed
multitude of the street from Bag
dad and gateway, and more of the
bazaars and workshops, giving
especial attention to the Greek
division, and aiso to the Military
Barracks. After this we returned
to where our camp had stood be
fore our Arabs stole away in the
early morning light, got luncheon,
chose the horses for our overland
ride of 225 miles to Jerusalem, and
were off early after noon, the sky
having cleared beautifully and “the
outlook as bright as the promises
of God" to those that trust all
things to His keeping!
[To be continued. ]
Atlanta & West Point Pailroad Co.
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Mail Route. Through Palace Sleeping (airs. Dining
Cars. Tourist Sleepers to California.
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J. P. BriiMJPH,
(i. I*. A., Atlanta (la.
CD AS. A WIckBRHHAM.
Tie*, and li-v Mgr.. Atlanta. On
the area of the present mosque.: :
Notably see on the lintel of the; toucan t always tell a milk train
southern triple gateway, which at i by its cowcatcher,
one time must have been very It a man is a coward he always
beautiful and probably the en-j claims to be conservative.
Newnan Marble Works,
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
All Kinds Marble and Granite.
Georgia Marble a Specialty.
All work guaranteed to be First Class in every particular.
Parties needing anything in our line are requested to call,
examine work, and get prices.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR R. R. JUNCT’N.
Something to be proud of
—a set of Harness from Krueger’s.
Those who have the cure of harness end
horse goods know the worth of a good
article—the kind that looks in (food or
der when it is kept so—that is never in
need of repairs This is the kind that
we sell, arid we guarantee it to be the
best- in the market.
Depot Street, Newnan, Ga.
Chiutulug Assented, and hr. Tucker
mun, ivMpondiiiK, sit Id:
"ho I nnderstuud you to say that
Mrs. 1 ’haimlng Inis gone Into the coun
try ti lotto to open (lie house fur the sum
"Tlmt Is what I suld, Dr. Tucker-
“Well, hr. Ghutinlug, you will per
mil me lo -ay Mint I should not think
of asking Mrs. Tuckormun to go tc
tin* • •<> 11111ry alone to open the house fot
Till'd 1 >r. t 'hatming I.mulled his small,
dry 11111 kh “id rejoined
“Very likely, hr. Tiiekorrnon, and If
you should most probably she would
Thereupon questions of large public
Intfi'esl were Immediately taken up.
Sin- llnil to fi'oi'Kir*.
Mrs. Winks Mrs Ayres and her hus
band have had a dreadful quarrel Just
because she gave him a letter to mall
and he carried il around In his pockets
for a week. Isn’t, il loo silly of her?
Mr. Winks Maybe Mini would moke
you mad too. Mrs. Winks Oh, John, I
wouldn’t lose my temper over a little
thing like that. Mr. Winks—I’m glad
to hear you say il, my dear. I Just re
call that I’ve still got that letter you
gave im<* last Wednesday.—Philadel
Fsenpr.l Her Notice.
“How did you like the way the min
ister animadverted upon 011/colloquial
Isms last Sunday?’' asked Mrs. Old
"I didn’t notice It,” replied her host
ess. "Me and JoHiah were crowded out
of our own pew and had to set where
we couldn’t see him when he wasn’t
standin’ lip."—Chicago Record-Herald.
Instead of doing things today
the wise man did them yesterday.
Some men waste a lot of valu
able time explaining their actions.
A man who is satisfied with his
job never reaches the top of the
What has become of the leap
year “Society for the Prevention
of Old Bachelors?”
Married women who know how
to manage husbands, seldom give
their plans away.