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T FORGIVING SPIRIT.
Dr. Tali.) age Placates the World's
llr Iti'ciiiiiiiirnil Slurr of llir
rliic ami l.raa of I lie Sour In
Hi ii ii I) IhmimI I Itt ii
ness lit-fore Jtniulini n.
ICopytlKlit. JkJ'9. Iiy I.ouls Klopsch.J
In tlilt discourse Dr.Tnltnngc pliicitU'a
the wnrld'n ri'vt'iijteo mid ii'voiiiiiiciuU
more of the HiiTlitirlne uml ! of vhe
tour In liuiiiniidlsposltlniit; tc.u,
l:SG! "Let not the tun go down
uKin juur Mulli.
U lull n pillow, embroidered of till color,
liiilh the tlyliiB tlnyl The cnulleof
clondt from wliluh the tun rise It beautiful
enough, but It It Mirpahted by the
tunny colored innutolcuui In wlikh nt
owning It It burled.
Buiitut uiiiong the mountnlnkl
tukifc one'k breath away to reca
the kcctic. The long khadouk stretching
owrthe plain nmko the filory of
llRlH the lll'top crag, and
ktrueU nklunt through tho foliage the
more contpleuuut. SafTron and koI1,
purple and ciliuson coiniiilngltd. All
the rattle of cloud In roullncrntiou.
llunilng Moscow ton thctky. llniiKli'K
garden of rotet at their deepett bluth.
llaiineri of vapor, red at If from cur-lingo,
In the battU of the clement.
The hunter among the Adirondack and
the S Uk villager ninong the Alpt know
hut I a uutet among the mountain.
After a ttorm at ea the rolling grandeur
Into which the tun goe down
to bathe at nightfall It tomethlng to
make welnl and tpleudld dream out
of for a lifetime. Alexander Smith In
hi poem compare the tuutot, to "the
barrrn bench of hell," but this wonderful
ipectnele of nature mukrk me think
of the burulthed wall of Heaven. Paul
in hi prltou, writing mj text, remember
tome of the gorgeout tuntctt
among the mountain of Asia Minor
anil how he had often teen the tower
of D.iiiintcut blare at the clotc of the
oriental dat.and he tluthe out that
memory In the tcxtwhetilictnys: "Let
not thcktin go down upon your wrath."
Sublime, all tuggr the duty, for peo
ple then ami peopic now! Forgiveness i
before tundownl He who never fecit
the Ih rob of Indignation it Imbecile,
lie who can walk among the injustices
of the world Inflicted upon himself and
other without llutii of cheek, or tlath
of eve, or agllutlou of nature, I cither
tntvmpathy with wrong or
When Ananiat, the high prlett, ordered
the iHinttnble of the courtroom to
unite 1'nul on the mouth. Paul tired up
and Mid: "Owl thall tmlte thee, thou
whited wall!" In the tentrnce before
my text Paul command the Kphetlnu:
"He jc angry and tin not." it all depend
on whnt jou are mad at and how
:ong the feeling lasts whether anger
I. ..!.. ......... I 1 H t.. nf ,IV.
it- rif;in iir wimiij;. i.nr i "5i
nupernliunt. Saul after Jntl&,Succotli.
fter OldetHi, Kornh nfffc MoeX..itc
Patquln after Auguttut, the Pharisees
after Christ, and everyone ha had
lit partner, and wc are twindlrd o"
belied or mltrepretriitcd or pertecuted
or in tome way wronged, and the danger
It that healthful Indignation thall
become baleful tpltc and that our feeling
tcttlc down Into a prolonged outpouring
of temper dltpleatlng to Ood
and riiinout to ourtehct, and hence
ihe Important injunction of the text:
"Let not the tun go down upon jour
Whj that limitation to one' nnger?
Why that period of llamlug vapor tet
to punctuate n llnmlug disposition'.'
What ha tho tuutet to do with one'
resentful emotion? Wat It a
tcntlment written by Paul without
special significance? No, no; 1 think
of five runout why wc thould not let
the tun tet before our temper.
becaute 12 hour I long enough
to bo cross about any wrong Inlllcted
vjpon ii. Nothing I to exhnuttlng to
plistlc.nl licaltli or mental faculty a a
protracted Indulgence of ill humor. It
tack the ucnout system. It hurts tlie
dlgotior... It hentk the blood In bniiii
and heart until the whole body It first
overhented and then depressed. Hcsidcs
that. It tuuri the disposition, turni one
titlt'e from hit legliimnte work, expend
energies that ought to bo better employed
and doc nt more harm than it
docs our antagunikt. Paul give ut a
god, wide allowance of time for
dci.i.nclatJon. fnmi ti o'clock
to six o'clock, but tayt: "Stop there!"
Watch the descending orb of day, and
when It leaches the horion take a reef
,lu jour disposition. Lit If e your i
lar and cool otT. Change the subject to
something delightfully pleawint. Unroll
your tight lltt nud thnke hands
as it h miiiio one. Hank up the llresat the
curfew bell. Drive the grow ling dog
of enmity back to lit liennel. The
hour of thlt morning will pnts by, nnl
the afternoon will an lie, and the tun
will begin lo tet, nud. I beg t on, on It
brazing hearth throw nil ,our feuds,
s and satires.
Other thli.gk being equal, the niiin
who preserves good temper will come
out ahead. An old writer ns that the
celebrated John Henderson, of lirlttnl,
England, vn at u dining party where
jiolltlc.il excitement ran high and the
debate tot nngry, nnd while lleudertou
writ spntltlng.hls opponent, unable to
nntwer his argument, dnshed a glass of
wine In his face, when the speaker deliberately
wiped the liquid from hi
nee and Mild: "Tlilt, sir. Is a digression.
Now, If you please, for the main
argument," While worldly philosophy
could help but very few of such
of spirit, the. grace of Cod could
liclp n:iy mini to such a tilunipli. "Impost
iblc," you tay. "1 would hnvi
cither left xt lie table In anger or have
knocked the tnnn down." Hut 1 have
coaw to bcllcvo that nothing It Impossible
If God help.
Aye, jt will uot prist pnr.t: till sun-
dotiu orgi recess of enemies If you can
rcnllrc that their behavior toward jou
mny be put In the catalogue of the "all
things" that "work together for good
to those that love Cod." I have bncl
multitudes of friend, but I have found
In my own expcrlenco thnt (Jod hns to
arranged It that the grcaiett opportunities
of usefulness thnt have been
opened beforo mo were opened by enemies.
Ho you mny harness your antagonist
to your beHt Interests nnd compel
them to draw you on to better work
nnd higher ehnraeter. Suppose, Instead
of waiting until 32 minutes after
four tills evening, when the tun will
tet, you trnntnet this glorious work of
forgiveness nt meridian.
Again, we ought not to let the tun go
down on our wrath, became wc will
sleep better I' we arc at pence with
pvrrybndy insomnia Is petting to be
one "of the most prevalent of disorder,.
How few people retire nt ten o'clock nt
night and rJecp clear through to six In
the morning! To relieve this disorder
oil narcotic and sedative and morphine
nnd choral and bromide of potassium
nud cocaine nnd Intoxicants nre
used, but nothing It more important
than a quiet spirit if wc would win
somnolence. How is n man going to
klecp when he Ik In mind pursuing an
enemy? With what nervous twitch lie
will Mart out of n d renin! That new
plan of cornering hit foe will keep him
wide awake while the clock strike 11,
12, 1, 2. I give you nn unfailing
prescription for wakefulness: tipend
the evening hour rehearsing your
wrongs and the best wny of avenging
them. Hold ii convention of friends on
this 'subject in your parlor or olllcc at
eight or nine o'clock. Goto the evening
by writing a bitter letter expressing
your sentiment. Tako from the desk
or pigeonhole the pupcm In the cntc to
refresh your nJiiil with your enemy's
meanness. Then He down nnd wait for
tho coming of the day, and it will come
beforo sleep comes, or your sleep will Ixj
worried quiescence and, If you take the
precaution Ut 1U Hat on your back, a
Why not put a bound to your animosity?
Why let your foes come Into the
kAnctltles of your dormitory? Why let
those slanderers who have already torn
your reputation to pieces or injured
your businwss bend over your midnight
pillow nnd drive from you one of the
greatest blessing that God can olfor
tweet, rcfrrkhing, nil invigorating
h.rep? Why not fence out your enemies
by the golden lmt of the sunset?
Why ifot stand behind the barilcude of
evening cloud and tay to them: "I bus
far nud no farther." Mmiv n man nnd
many a woman is having the health of
body ns well as the health of soul eaten
nway by the malevolent spirit. I have
in time of religious awakening luid persons
night nfter night joino into the
inquliv loom and get no peace of soul.
After awhile I have bluntly utked them:
"Is there not some one against whom
jou have a hatred ou nro not willing
lo give up?" After a little confusion,
they have tdlghtly whispered: "yes."
Then 1 have said: "You will never find
.pence with (iod ns long us you rrtuiu
Again, wc ought not to allow the sun
to tet before forgiveness lakes place,
because we might not live to tec another
day. And what If wc thould be
uthered into the pretence of our .Maker
with a grudge upon our tout? The majority
of people dcjNirt this life In the
night. Iktwcen 11 o.'elock p. m. and
three o'clock a. m. there Is something
in the atmosphere which relaxes the
grip which the body lint on Ihe toul,
nnd most people enter the next world
through the shadows of this world.
Perhaps Cod may have arranged It thnt
way so at to make theeoiitrnstthe more
glorious. 1 have seen sunshiny days
in this world that mutt have been almost
like the radiance of Heaven. Hut
n mott people leave tho earth between
tiindovvn and tunrite they quit this,
world nt it durkett, and Heaven,
bright, wilt be the brighter for
that contrast. Out of darknett Into Irradiation.
Shall we then leap over the roseate
bank of sunset Into the favorite hunting
ground of ditense and death, carrying
our ntilmotlties with us? Who
would want to confront his Cod, against
whom wc have all don meaner things
than anybody has ever done against
us, cnrrylng old grudges? How cni
wc expect His forgiveness for the greater
when wc nre not willing to forgive
others for the lets? .Napoleon was encouraged
to undertake the crossing of
the Alps becnuse Charlemagne hnd previously
crossed them. And all this
rugged path of forgiveness bears the
bleeding footsteps of lllm who conquered
through ktilTcrlng, and wo ought
to be willing to follow. On the night
of our departure from this life into
the nest our one plen will have to be
for mercy, nnd It will Imve tnboofTcred
in the presence of Him who has said:
"If you forgive not men their trespasses,
neither will jour Henvenly Father forgive
Wlin I a sorry plight tf wo stand there
billing this one and hating thnt one nnd
wishing that one ndnmugeniid wishing
some one else a calamity, and we ourselves
needing forgiveness for 10,000
obliquities of heart and life. When our
Inst hour comes, we want It to Hnd us
Hardly anything nfTects me so much
in the uncovering of Pompeii ns the account
of the soldier who, nfter the city
had for many centuries been covered
with t lie nshes and scoriae of Vesuvius,
was found stnudlng in his plnco on
guard, hand on .spear and helmet on
head. Others fled at the awful
but the explorer, 1,700
years after, found the body of thnt
brave fellivv 'a right position, And It
wll. be n grnfid thing If. when our Inst
moment comes, we are found in right
position towird Cod, on guard nnd
by the descending nshes
from the mouiitnlns of death. 1 do cot
suppose that 1 am any more of n coward
than irost people, but 1 declare to
you that 1 would not dare to sleep tonight
if there were any being in all the
earth wlt.'i whom i would not crlndly
It, be dcul
that rather nwjTlia
vvoum uie urst. - vven.ir
take your choice, for one or
will be your complete pardo
or 0 oil's banishment o
"Hut," says some tnnn, "that fellow
cheated me out of those goods or dni
nged my business credit or started thn
He about mo In the newspapers by
his perfidy broke up my domestic happiness,
forgive !il m I ennnot, forgiv
him I will not." Well, brother, take
your choice. Vou will never lie nt pence
with Cud till you are at peace with man.
reeling h& you now do, you would a
get to near the harbor of Heaven as t
see the llirhtshlii. llctter leave that ma
with the Cod who snld: "Vengeance It
mine, 1 will repny." You amy say: "
will make him sweat for that yet; I will
make hm squirm; I mean to pursue
him to the death," but you are damag?
lug yourself more than you damage
him, nud you nre making Heaven for
your soul an impossibility. If he will
not be reconciled to you, be reconciled
to him. In five or six hours it will bcl
sundown. Tho dnhllns will bloom.
Dasherly 1 und
against the western sky. Somcw
between this nnd thnt take n shov
bury the old quarrel at least six feet
deep. "Let not the sun go down upon
Oh, It mnkes one feel splendid to be
nbti by Cod's help to practice unllnv
He', forgiveness, it Improves one's body
and soul. My brother, it will make you
mensurc three or four more inches
nround ihe. chest nnd improve your
respiration ko thnt you can take a deeper
and longer brcnth. It Improves the
countcnnucc by scattering the gloom
end mnkes you somewhat like God
himself. He is omnipotent, and we
cannot copy thnt. He Is Independent
of all the universe, and we cannot copy
that. He is creative, and wo ennnot
copy that. He Is omnipresent, nnd'we
cannot copy that. Rut He forgives with
a brond sweep all faults, nnd all neglects,
nnd all Insults, and all wrongdoings,
nnd in that way we may copy
lllm with mighty success. Co hnrness
thnt sublime action of your soul to the
sunset the hour when the gate of
Heaven opens to let the day pass into
the eternities, nnd some of the glorlc
escape this wny through the brief opening.
Wc talk about the Italian sunsets
and sunset nmld the Appeunlncfl nnd
sunset nmld the cordlllcras, but I will
tell you how you may sec a grander sunset
than .any mere lover of nature ever
beheld; that Is, by flinging Into it nil
your hntreds anir unlmosltlcs, and let
the horses of fire trample them, and the
chariots of fire roll over them, nnd the
spearmen of fire stnb them, nnd the
bench of fire consume them, nnd the billow
of fire overwhelm them.
Again, wc should not let the sun go
down on our wrath, becnuse It Is of Ut
tie Importance whnt the world says
vou or docs to you when you have th
nflluent God of the sunset ns your provider
nnd defender. People talk as
though it were u fixed spectacle of nature
nnd ulwnys the same. Hut no one
ever taw two sunsets alike, and if the
world has existed C.00O years there have
been about 2,100,000 sunsets, each of
them as distinct from all the other pictures
In the gallery of the sky as
Titian's "Last Supper," llubens' "Descent
From the Cross," Raphael's
"Transfiguratlon"nnd Michael Angelo't
"Last Judgment" are distinct from
enchothcr. If that God It of such Infinite
resources thnt he can put on the wall of
the sky each evening more than the
Louvre and Luxembourg galleries all
In one Is my Ood nnd your God, our
provider and protector, what is the use
of our worrying about any human
If we nre misinterpreted,
the God of the sunset
can put the right color on our action,
if all the garniture of the western heavens
at eventide Is but the upholstery of
one of the windows of our future horns,
what small business for ut to be chasing
cncmlesl Let not this Sabbath sun
go down upon your wrath.
Mohammed said: "The sword Is the
key of Heaven nnd hell." Hut, my hearer,
In the first day wc will Hnd just
the opposite of that to be true, and that
the sword never unlocks llenven, and
that he who hcnls wounds Is greater
than he who makes them, nnd that on
the same ring nre two keys Cod's
of us and our forgiveness of
enemies nnd these two keys unlock
And now I wish for nil of you n beam
tiful sunset to your ennuly existence.
With some of jou it has been a long
day of trouble, mid with others of jou
it w ill bu far from culm. When the sun
rose ut six o'clock, It was the morning
of youth, nnd a fair day was prophesied,
but by the time the noonday or middle
life had come nnd the clock of your
earthly existence had struck 12, cloud
racks gathered, nnd tempest bellovvil
in the truck of tempest. Hut ns the
evening of old age approaches, 1 pray
Cod the sides mny brighten nnd t tic
clouds be plied up into pillars ns of celestial
temples to which you go, or
move as with mounted cohorts come to
tnkc you home. And ns you sink out
of sight below the horizon, may there
be n radiance of Christian example lingering
loug nfter yon have gone, nnd on
the heavens be written In letters of
sapphire and ou the waters In letters of
opal and on the hilts In letters of em.
ernld: "Thy sun shall no more go'
down, neither slir.ll the moon withdraw
Itself, for the Lord shall be thine ever
lasting light, and. the days of tby
mourning shall be ended." bo shall t
sunsei oi cnrin Decome me sun
rillta nr tntnllr
VVttH i. !. rl tilpnrp
moment. thn in n
7lll llrill't inlntl mn HiinTtvwvV
the tllinkt Iir InnMitnn rn.
youi" Pittsltirali Diiiiatch.
fe llrnl I'ri xiTlptlini for flillln
rover Is a bott,o of fiimvuM
ri. I'omi. K.m Mmilvlroiinndniilnliioiti
TalCiCs form Notice no pay. I'rlecWk
Gotrox I wish you to know that I nm a
ilf made man.
C'ymcus How noble of you to nmitno all
inai responsibility rmiaucipliia Kccorit.
Clillilreti AVill Not Die
of Croup, Cold or Diphtheria if Hoxsie's
Croup Cure it ued promptly. No opium. CO
cents. A. P. lloxsic, M'f'r, Huffalo, X. Y.
Tlint'n Wliul They Cnll It.
"Papa, what Is broad-mindedness?"
"Agreeing with headjtrong people when
j ou know they are wrong." Chicago Times-
To ('urn n Cold In tine )ity
Take Laxntlvo Hromo Oulnlno Tablets. All
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Cyclist "I'm 'nm down,' doctor." Facetious
Doctor "Well, you've run down a
Rood many people in your time, so it's only
lit for tat.'-I-un.
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Is Hale's Honey of Horciiouud and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
It Is a smart father who knows how his
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I am entirely cured of hemorrhage of
lungs by I'noi Cure for Consumption.
Louisa Lindaman, Bethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '04.
"Most men begin to save after they have
sent all. Ham's Horn.
Clnelnnntl. Dec 12.
Cattle. com'n 3 W 0 4 20
HOUS Coarto and Heavy.,
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Oats-No. 2 ,
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7 lUtor, hutluw ground, line UngUali
ctfl . CO
8 llutter "knife" "tr'lVlv plate" best
t Sugar Hlietl, trtrle plate, brat qual.. 60
to S'snip Iioi, sterltnir silver "0
11 Knife, "Krn Kutler." two tilsilfs . 7S
13 llutrlier Knife, "Keen Kntter,"
U hnrars, "Keen .. 75
14 Nut Met, Ciacker and t Kcti, rllrer
15 l!ae Hall, "Asstvlatlon," best ntial.lliu
1 Alarm Clock, nickel 160
17 Six (Irnulnr Rogers' Tea.poona, beat
t lated goods ISO
18 Watch, nickel, stem wtnd and set . U0
IS CarTer., good steel, buckliorn
to Mix Genuine Hocera' Table Spoons,
beat platet goods ISO
21 Six each. Knives and forks, buck
22 Six each, Oenntne Iloigers' Knives
and Forks, beat pitted goods 600
21 Clock, 8-day, Calendar, Thermometer,
24 Oun raM, leather, no better made. SM
IS Revolver, automatic, double action,
S3 urS8 caliber SM
S8 Tool Set, nut playthings, but real
27 Toilet Set decorated porcelain,
very handeomn SM
28 neijiingtonKlnNo.4,21nrSlt'al. 8u0
29 Watch, sterling silver.tull jeweled 10V0
Su Uress Hull die, leather, handsonie
and durable 1IXM
31 Sewing Machine, first class, with
all attachment. ......IWO
1 Kerolver, Colt's, blu.l
S3 Kifle, Colt's, It-shot, ...1WJ
34 Oultar (Washburn), roMwood, In
33 Mandolin, very handsome,.... ,,..200i)
3 Winchester llepeatlng Shot Oun.
37 Remington, ham
mer Hliot Uun. 10 or 13 gauge S0O0
38 Illcycle, standard make, ladles or
3 Shot Uun, U'ralngton, double bar
rel, hammerless 30M
40 Reglna Muato Box, UH inch Dlso..tM0
THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30th, 1900.
Cnaplol Nntirn I FUln "Star "Tin Tags (that Is. Star tin tags with no sm'll
opoiildl ilUtll0 I ,tar, printed on under side of tag), are nor pood forpmtnU,
bat wilt lie paid for In CASH on the basis 0 twenty cents pr
hundred, If received hv in on nr before Mareh 1st. ltiW.
IN .MINI) lUnt n dlsae'a warlh or
STAR PLUG TOBACCO
will last lenarr mad afford nsrti pleaaare than a ditae'a worth f aay
other bran J. (VIAKE THE TE8TI
Send lags lo COXTI.VK.VTAI, TOBACCO CO., SI. Louit, Mo.
It at VlsA
. SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT
RHIcSt Repeating: Shotguns, Ammunition and
Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and
ammunition are the standard of the world but
they do not cost any more than poorer makes.
All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods.
FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156
page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and
ammunition made by tho
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,
180 WINCHESTER AVE., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
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