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RE. TBLMRGE S SUNDRY SERVOS.
A GOSPEL MESSAGE.
Siiojcct: "A I'rnctlcHt Religion."
Text: "F.lh without work in dead."
James II., "H.
The lDmnn C.ttholle Churoii bw n
chnrijod with p'KtltiK too mneh utreM npon
Kood worku am! not enouuh uion faith. I
chaw I'rulivlnnlHtn witn putting; not
enough firrm noon jrnoJ work flontuxnoil
with salvation. Good work will nevr myh
n man, Imt If a man hnr not cood work h
ha no real fniih mill no Renutna rellKlon.
There are those who depend upon thn fiiet
thiit they it real I rlcht Inside whilo their con
duct In wronx outside. Their rolltflon for
tin" most part Ik mndo up of tnlk vigorous
talk, fluent tn'k, boastdil tnlk, perpetual
talk. They will entertain you by the hour
In tollliiif you how Kood they are. They
?omo up 10 such n higher life tluit they hnve
no iiatli teo with ordinary Christians la thn
plain dN'ritireai of their duty, Aiiicnrml
ean t"ll, this oi't-mi eraft Is mot ly mill nnt
very llitlo totini.re. Koretopmist ntnysiul,
fori-top rnist stippling Mil, main topsail, mlr.
Eeii to;eall evcrwhla' from flinif jib to
ml!,.?"ii s ntikiT, imt making nn useful voy
nif' N "V, the worlil has got tlnvl of this,
n I It wants n rodgioit tluit will work Into
nil tho IriMiiiHtn of life. We do not wnnt
new religion, hot tho old religion applied
In nil pns-lh; direction.
Yonder is n river witn steep mid rocky
hunk', mil it roar like a young Niagara a
It rnl! no over Its rough In' I. it does noth.
In,' ho! tnlk nhoiit Itself nil the way from 111
HD'ir"1 ln.:h iiiouniiiin to tho plueo wuoro It
tmpti'n U" thn sea. The hanks are so steep
thitr (h ifitilo rnnnot eoino down to drink.
It itoH nt run Din" fertilizing riil Into the
adjoining del i. It h.n n"t one gri.tmlll or
flp't TV el'le'r Hid". it sulks iu Wot
wrenther lth chilling logs. No one rare
when th river It horn a -noun thn rooks mid
no one cir wh"ii It dies Into the m-ii. Jbit
yonder another river, nnd it mos-ies Its
hanks nrfih tho warn tides, and it rocks with
f!oiJ lijl'nti th water lilies asleep on nq
bosom. It iiivit' herds of cuttle mid Hock
f li""P tin I envoy of birds to ooine there
lin I ilruik. Il hii" three gristmill oil one
Id'' nnd six eoltoii fu.'lorl - on the other. It
I tlie w-.tlth of -CI) miles of lii xii rlntit furins.
The kirdfl ol lioiivoii vhntited when It wu
liorniiitho iiiiiiiiitalns, mi I tho occnn ship.
pln Will pres,s In from the o o hull It as It
eotiLK down from the Atlantlo t?oiit. The
u river 111 mil n who hvs for hiinscif.
The other river Is n nmn who lives for
I you know how the site of the nncirnt
oity of Jerusnlm m olios-n' There wt-ro
two hrother who lind n Ij liniiii; farms. Tho
onelnother hud n lirn fninlly. tho other
had no fit'iilly. The brother with u Inro
fuiplly mild: "lhcrol my brother with no
f.imiiy. Ho must lie lonely, mi l I will try
t' ciiHcrhloi up, nnd I will Vik" sonio of tho
hive imin my ibd I in thn niht time nn I
nt iimmii over on In fiirtn mi l miv tiotliiin;
iihoiit it." 1 he other brother mild: aMy
brMlier lm n lure fninlly mid It I very
Hill 'Hit for him to support ' them, mi l I will
h.p htm ii'oni;, mid I will tak'i some oi
th shenve Irom my form In the iilijlit time
n:i I set them over hi his farm an I say uotli
liiiT nhniit It." Hi the work of Iransfereuco
went on nlifht ufter ni.'ht it it I nlk'ht nfti-r
ui.'ht. but every moniiiiK thiui; seemed to
be just us they wre, for, though nlleitVeM
lB I been HtlljstM.'ied from enc fiinn,
sheave had nlso been ad le I, and the broth.
ts wer perplexed and eotil I not under,
xt ,i rid. Dul one night the brothers hup.
pencd to meet while in ikili',' this Honor u
transference, uu I tho spot where they met
n 10 sacred that It was ehoen ns the situ
of the eiiy of Jcrii-n em. If that tradition
should prove unfounded, It will neverthe
less stand us ii beautiful allegory, setting
forth tho Idea that wherever n kiudlv and
neuerous nnd loving act Is performed ihat I
fin spot lit for soiiio temple of commem
oration. 1 have often spoken f you about faith,
hut thin morning i spenkto you nbout works,
kr "faith without work Is ilea I." I think
you will agree with me In the statement that
thn great want in this world Is more practi
cal religion. Wo w int iirai'ticiil religion to
go Into all mcreliuiidie. It will supervise
the labeling of goods. It will not allow u
n. in to t-ay that a thing Was nuide (u one
taetoi y when It was inn I" iu another. It
will not allow the merchant to miv that watch
was iniiiiufaclured iu (Icr.i va wliu it was
mmiufactured iu Masachuscits. it will not
allow the merchant to say that wiihi oamo
from .Madeira when it came from California.
I'rneileal religion will walk nlong by the
store shelves mid tear olT nil the tugs that
make misrepresentation. Ii W not allow
the merchant to say that Is pure e iITmi when
dandelion root and' elite. rv and other Ingred
ients go into it. It will not allow him to :iy
that Is pure sugar when thorn aro In 11 sand
ami ground gla.-s.
When practical religion gets Its full swing
in the w rid, it wid go down thn street mid
it will come to that shoo store and rip off thn
lletiiloiis soe of i n it . y a II no looking pair of
shoss and silow that it Is p:i.-.telioard saud
Wlctie I between the sound leather. And tills,
practical religion will go right Into a gro
eery store ami it will alt out the plugs of nil
the adulterated sirups, s.ud it will dump into
tho ash barrel iu fmii: of Urn mIopi the eas.-lu
bark that Is sold forciiiimmou and the bncic
lust that Is sold for eiiyeniin pepper, and it
will shako out thn prns.-uaii blue Irom the tea
leaves, and it will sift irom the Hour plaster
of pans and bone dut ami soapstoim, and It
Will by chemical analysis separato tlio oue
quart ir water Irom the few honest drop of
cow's milk, and It will throw out the live
niiimalciiles from the brown sugar.
There I as been ho much a lultoratlon of
Article of food that it Is nn aina.nmnut to
mo that thro is a healthy man or woman (n
America. Heaven only kuow what they
put Into tho spices and into the gugnr and
Into tho butter and into the npnthoearr drug.
Hut clieuilcnl analysis and the inlcrosoopo
have made wonderful revelations. The board
of health iu Massachusetts analyzed a great
amount of what was called pur.i eofTue mi l
found it Uot one panicle of eolfee. In J'.uk
land there is n law that forbid tho putting
f alum iu bread. Tho publie authoiitle
xamliied llfly-oiio jisckages f bread ami
found them all guilty. . Tim honest pliyl
elan, writing a pri-scriiitlnu, doe not know
but that it may bring uenth Instead of Health
to III- patient, because there may lie one of
the drugs weakened by a oheiper art. do,
ami another drug may ie In lull force, and
o the proscription may have just tho i.ppo
site effect intended. Oil of wormwood war
ranted pure Irom IJostou was found to have
for.y.onn percent, of rosluand alcohol and
chlorolorm. Heatuiuony is oue of tho iiinnt
Tiilitabte modiiMil driis's. It Is very rare,
vory prm-lous, It Is the sap of the giim nf u
Iree or a bush in Hyria. The root of tho treo
Is exposed, an incision Is made Into thn root,
nnd He n shi-lls are la.'ed nt this incision to
catch the hip or tnn gum a it exudes. It is
Very precious, this scaiiiiiioiiy. Hut the
pea-ant mixes It witii a cheaper material;
Iheu it is fikeu t. Aleppo, and the mcrohuui
Ih-re mixes It with u elmap. r material; tueu
It eumes ou to the wliolcam druggist in I.on-ilonorN-w
York, and he mixes It with a
cheaper material: then it comes to the retail
druggist, and ho mixes it with a ehenpur
mnlcrnrl, and by the time tho poor sick man
Kot It Into hi bottle It Is ashes and chalk
uud aiind, mid some of what tin beeu culled
puro noammouy after aiuilysi lias boon
found to bo no si'iiininony m all.
Now. practical religiou will yet rectify all
this. It will go to thorn) hypocritical pro.
foster of religion who got u "corner'' In
corn and wheat Iu Chicago aud Now York,
iieuding piico up and up until they wuro
beyond tlm reach of tho poor, keeping these
breads! u fl in their own hauds, or control
ling them until tho prleen goiug up ami up
Mid up. they WMr. attor awhllv, rondy to
. !.' ""7 kolJ out nlo Iheinn lvei
uilllluDHlroa In cma or two years, trying to
tlx the matter up with the Lord by building
a church or a uulvomlty or n hospital, deluding-
tuenielvt?i with the Idea that tho Lord
would b so plnnd with thn nlft n wonld
lorRt th- swindle. Now, as auoh a man
may not havo any liturgy In which to any
his prayer, I wli! compose for him one
which he prnrtlflnlly Is making) "Oh, Lord,
wo. by gettlnif a 'eornor' In broa istnff,
nwlndlrsl tho people of tLe United Htntea out
of 10,000.000 find made u(Ten., all up nnd
down thn land, and we wonld Ilka to com
promlso thl mntter with Thert Thou know
et It w.a a nca'y job, but then It win amarr.
Now, here we com promise If. Take one per
cent, of the profit, and with that one per
cent, you can build nn aylum for thee poor
miserable rnnimnflln of the ntreot, and I
will take yanht nnd go to Europe, forever
and erer. Amen,"
AJi, my friend, If a mnn hath Ko!tn hi
estate wrongfully and ho build a line of
hospital and nntversltie Irom hero to
Alaska, ho cannot atone for It. After awhile
thin nun who ha been Retting a "corner ' In
whent dl", and then antnn Rets a "corner"
In him. Ho goes into a (treat, lonfl Black
Friday. Thorn Is a "break" In the markut.
According to Wall itrqet parlance, he wiped
other out, nnd now he I himself wiped out.
.xi coiiuierai on wmcn to make a spiritual
lonn, Kternnl defalcation.
Hut thl practical religion will not only
rectify all merchandise, It will nlso recMfy
all mechanism and all toll, A time wdl comn
when a man will work, an faithfully by tho
Job a ho doe by thn day. You My when a
thing I slightingly done, "Oh, that w;i
done by the Job!'' Von can tell by thowltt-n-
or slowness with which a hackmun
drive whether h I hired by tho hour or by
the excursion. If he in hired by the hour, he
drive very slowly, so ns to make a many
hour n possible. If he I lure I by tho ex
cursion, ho whips up the horse so n to g"t
around nnd g" another customer. All
styles of work hnvo to bo Inspected ship
Inspected, horses Inspected, tnnehlnery in
spected, ho to wat-h the journeyman; eapl
tnlist coming itowu unexo -te liy to watch
tho boss, eon luctor of n city carnoiiulltu
the punch bell to prove Id honesty ns a pas
senger ban I to hun a clipped nickel. Ail
thing must be watched and Inspected, lm-
perlectmn in the woo I covered with put'y.
garments warrant" l to bit until ymi pip
them on tho third tlm, lm Ply tn nil kinds
of clothing, chromi., pinchbeck, dlnm n Is
for 41.511, biokbln lery that hold on until
vou read the third chapter; sp ivined horses,
by skillful doso of Jockeys, lor several davs
ma te to look spry; wagon tires poor, y put
ou, horses poorly shod, plastering that
crack without anv irovocaion and falls otT,
tdiimbiiigthat neds to be plumheil, fuper.
feet ear wheel that halts the whole train witn
a led box --s liitlo pracilcil religion In tlm
mechanism of the world. I teli you, my
friends, the law of mail Will never rectify
these things. It will he tlinall pcrvn liin; lu-llueii.-e
of the practical religion of Jesus
Christ that will make the chnnge lor tie' let
ter. Yes, tills praclica! religion will also go in
to agriculture, which Is proverbially h"U 't,
but U c Is to be recti tc. I, all 1 It Will keep the
farmer Iroin ni ling to the city market veal
that Is to) young to kill, mid when the
farmer farms on shares It will keep tlm mnn
who does the work from making hi half
three-fourths, and it will keep the farmer
from building his pot and rail fence ou bis
neighbor' pre-uisen, and it will make him
shelifr his cattle hi the winter storm, and It
Will ko -p the old el lor from working on
Sunday afternoon In the n -w ground where
nobody fees him. An I I his practical re Ig.
Ion will hover oyer th i houso. and oyer the
barn, nn I over the Held, aud over the or
chard. Yes, this pru'Mcn! religion of which I
speak will come Into the learned profei-ious.
The lawyer will leel his responsibility iu ie.
feuding luii'iceucu and nrriil iiilug evil in I
exiiouu ltiig the law. an I It will keen hun
from charging for briefs ho never wrote, and
for plea ho never mude, an 1 for percent
age he never mime I, mi l from robbing
widow and orphan because they am tie.
fensoles. Yc, this practical religion will
Come into the physician's hfn, nd he Will
feel bis responsibility as tho conservator of
tho publlo hea th, n profession houore I by
thn fact that Christ himself was a physician.
And It will make hi in Honest, nn I when ho
doe uot understand a case lie will say so,
not t r insr to cover up lack of diagnosis with
ponderous technicalities, or send tlm patient
to a reckless drug toro because tne pnt1io
cary liapen to pay a percentage on the
prescription se.it. And Ibis practical re
ligion will come to the schoolteacher, mak
ing her fi-ol her responsibility in preparing
our youth for usefulness nnd for happiness
nnd for honor, and will keep her from giv
ing a sly box to a dull hca I, chastising him
for wh it he eann it help and sending ills
coiiragcment all through thn alter years of a
This practical religion will alsnnotnoto
the uevs upcr men, mi l it Will help them In
tlm gi.thering oftlin news, and It will help
them In setting forth the best interest of so
ciety, and It will k p them Irom putting
the sins of the world la larger type than lis
virtues, and It mistake th ui Its achieve,
ni-iits, and it will keep them from ml-rcpre.
smiting interviews w ith I uMlo men, mi l
Irom starting su-pcioiis that never can bo
ul'iiycd, an I will u.a ;e t hein stanch friends
of thO oppressed ill-lea I of tie' oppressor.
Yes, this religion, this practic.it religion,
will come and put Its hand on what Is called
good society, elevate I s i.'lety, sll sm'lll so.
el"ty, no that people w ill have 1 1 i 1 r expendi
tures within their Income, and tli"V wdl ex
change the hypocritical "not at home" for
for the honest oxpli.tiati u "ioo tir- r or
"loo busy to seo you" and will keep Innocent
reception from becoming Intoxicated con
viviality. lea. there l great opportunity for mis
sionurv work in wli it are called tlm mi i-
(jess! Ill classes of socjety, Iu some of the
cities Is is no rare thing imwtosc a fusiiiou
able woman intoxicated in the street, or the
rail car, or the re-tauratit. Thn number of
line hole s who drink t o much is increas
ing, l'erliups you may llu I tier ut the recep
tion iu most exalte I company, luit she has
made too many visits to thn winerooni, and
now her eye is glassy, and after awhile her
check Is unnaturally llu-ho l, nnd then she
falls Into fits of excruciating luughler about
nothing, and then shu olTers sickening
(latteries, lelliugniin" homely man how well
he looks, an I then she is help il Into the
"nrritigc, and by the time t ie earriago gets
to her home it takes the Inislnnd and the
coachinau to get her up the stairs. The re
port is she was taken sullenly 111 at a ger
man. Ah, no! Shu took too much champagne
and mixed llipior and got driinl.. That
Yes, .his practical religion will have to
come iu and fix up the marriage relation In
America, There urn members of churches
who have too many wives and too many hus
bands. (S 'joint y lien Is to bo expurgated all 1
washed an I fumigated nnd (.'hristialib.ed.
We want tiiis practical religion not only to
take hold of what are called tho lower c asses,
but to take Uni t of what aro called the higher
classes. Tin) trouble 1 that people have an
idea they can d. wil1 their re iglou on Hun
dav with hyuiii-'iiook and prayer book and
liturgy, and some of them sit iu church roll
ing un their eyes a though they were re Iv
for translation, when their Hibhat h I
bounded on nil sides by mi lucoiisisteut life,
and wliile y n: am expecting to como out
from under their arms the wings of mi angel
there come out from their forehead the horns
of a beast.
There has got to be a new departure In re
ligion. 1 do not sav n new religion. Oh,
un, but the old roliglou brought to Innv ap
pliances. In our time wo have had the
daguerreotype and tho auibrotype and tlm
photograph, but It Ii the same old sun, nnd
these arts aro only new appliance of tho old
hitulight. Ho tin glorious gospel 1 Just
what, wo want to photograph the Image of
(lod on one soul aud daguerreotype It ou nn
othcrsc ul. Not a new gosjinl, but the old
gospel put to new work, lu our time wu
have had the telegraphic Invention, and the
telephonic invention, aud tho electric light
Invention, but they are all children of old
electricity, u elemiut that the phllotophers
have a loug while known much about. Ho
this elect rlo gocpel ueeds to II ish its light on
the eyes an I car nud sou's of meu aud to
become a telephonic medium to make the
deaf hear, a telegrsphlu medium to dart In
vital Ion and warning to sll Nations, au olio
trie light to tlluuilt-e the eastern and wostora
hemisphere. Not a new tospol, bnt the old
Rmpel doing a new work.
Now you say, "That Is a Tory beautiful
theory, but I it possible to take one's relig
ion tnt all the avocations and businesses of
llrei" Ye, and I will glvo vou some specl.
men. Medical doctors who' took thlr relig
ion Into STeryday life: Dr. John Abererom
bin, of Aberdeen, the greatest Scottish phy
sloian of his dny, his book on "Disease of
thellraln and Hplnal Cotd" no more won
derful than his book on "The Philosophy of
tho Moral Feelings," and often kneeling at
the bedside of his patients to commend them
to Ood In prayer; Dr. John llrown. of Edln
burgh, Immortal a an author, dvlng under
the benediction of the sick of Edinburgh,
mrell romemhnrlng him as ho sat in his
study In Edinburgh, talking to me about
Christ and hi hope of heaven, and a score of
Christian family physicians In Washington
Just a good a they were.
Lawyer who carried their religion Into
their profession: Lord Cairn, tho Queen1
adviser for many years, the highest legal au
thority In Oreat llritnin Lord Calm. ever
summer in hi vacation prcnortltig a an
evangelist ntmng the poor of hi countryt
.T.ihn .!!, "an, .In. Ign of thnHupremo Court
of the United Htate and Pm-tdent of the
American Hundny Hchool Union, feeling
more satisfaction in the latter olllne thnn in
the former, and score of Christian lawyers
n eminent In the chur-h of (lod a they are
eminent nt thn t nr.
Merchant who took their religion Into
everyday life: Arthur Tappan, ieriid In
hlsday because hersiMbisii d that svstemby
which wo come tn find out the commercial
standing of business m n. starting that en
tire systeii. derided for it tin-ii, himself, a I
knew him well. In in nal character A 1.
Monday mornlii.'s Inviting to a ri nii In tho
top o! his store hoineth'i clerk of h' estab
lishment, nklug t'icni about their worldly
Interest and thoi1.' si.li itu il Interests, then
giving out a byir.n, leading In prayer, giv
ing them a few w rd of go i I ml vice, asking
the n whnt church they atteu led on the Sab
l ath. What the text was, win ther they bad
any rspcelti' troiibies of their own. Arthur
Tappan. I never heard his eulogy pro
noun 'el. I pronoun it n nv. An I o. her
merchant Jti-t n good, William I'.. Dodge
In tin" iron business, 5l i-"i If. iriiiiii.ll in
the shipping lui-lii' -s, I'cter Cooper in tint
glue business. Score of men lust as good
hi i tn'y we r ,
Farmers who take tli dr rdigion Into their
occupation Why, this minute thei- horses
and W'lgoii stand fir-mud all the meeting
house Iu America. I h began this day bv
a prayer to d id, an I when they get h M,. t
noon, after they have put their horses up,
will offer a prayer t Ho I nt tlm table, seek!
lug a blessing, and nxt summer there will
beln their Ibd Is n t one dislt 'iict ear of
corn, not one di-hoiie.t apple. Worshiping
(lod to- lay away tip a ii ui,-the II rk-hire
hills, or awny down amid the lao.ms of
IT' rida. or away out ami I the m-n 's ,, r,,.
ora do. or a'ong theban'isof the I' itotnac
a id the llaritan, where knew thein better
because I went to s ho with tlmm.
Mechanics who t- ik their r!lgi.in Into
their occupation: Ju'imi Hi iu Hey, t he fa
nous millwright; Nathaniel p.iw lltch, thn
famous ship chandler. Klllm lluirltt, lli .fa
mous I In ksuiith, and hun lie . and th-m-sands
of strotnf arais which have ma In tho
hammer, and the saw, and the n-l , mi l tho
drill, mid the ax sound In the gran I march
of our nu'ioiial Industrie'.
(live your heart to H I and then Mil vour
life with goo I works. Con rale t iui
your stjirc, your shop, y.nir bank ing house,
your factory and your home. Iheysiviu)
one will hear It. (lod will leu il. that 1
enough. You hardly know of nuv one else
than Wellington ns c mim'ted with the vie.
torv at Waterloo, but he di I n it do Hie hard
lighting- iho hard lighting was .ne by
the Somerset cavalry, an I I'm llvlati l regi
ments, au I Ketnti's Infantry, and t!m Scotch
grays, an I the Life guard-. Who cares, If
only the day was won'
Ii. the hitler part of the tst cunturv a girl
in England became a kitchen mai I lu a
farm house. Hint had iii.iuy styles of wort
nnd much liar I work. Time rolled on, an I
she married Urn son of n weaver of Halifax.
They were industrious: they saved money
enough alter awhile to build them a home.
On the morning of the day when they were
to enter that home ihe young wife arose at
4 o'clock, entered the front dooryarl, knelt
down, consecrated tho place to (lod,
nnd them main this solemn von': "O
Lord, If Tht wilt bless mo in
this place, the poor shall have a shiirn in It."
Time rot lo I on mi l a fortune rolled in.
Children grew up nrouu I them, and they all
hoenmit nflliient. One, a Member of I'arlla
moot, lu a public pla declared that his sue
cess came Iroin that praver of his mother in
the dooryar.l. All of thoni were allluent.
Four thousand Inn Is In tlm factor.es. They
built dwelling houses for laborers at cheap
rents, nnd where tney were invalid mi I mid
not pay they had tlm hm-es for nothing.
One o( thi'sesniis came to this country, ad
mired our parks, went ba-l,, bought land,
opened a great puiilic park, mid made it a
present to tho city of Halifax, England.
1'hcy en-lowed nil orphanage; they end' wed
two almshouses. AU England has heard of
tho geneM.sity mid the good works of the
Cros-leys. Moral: Consvralo to (iod your
small means mid your humble surroundings,
and you will hav" larger nmai h and grandef
surrnillidings. "tl idllue-s is prolltable unto
till things, having protuisn of thn life that
now Is aud of mat which Is to come " "Have
faith lu (lod I y all means, but retueiiiber
that iallh wdhoiit works Is ilea 1."
MIGRATING TO THK FRUIT DELT.
WUrmitiii Kniiiilli's lining to (ienrgin In
Lttrge N iiiiilirr.
The exodus of familli s from Wis vnsin to
tlm fruit belt of ( .enrgin Is bogiuuing to at
tract aticntlon. It is estimated that already
IM famllle have dispose I of their belong
ings iu Superior mid Doluth and taken tracts
of laud lu tlm South, iuo-,1 of tln-ui in tin)
vicinity ol Htbley, ll.i., where there a
colony of Northern people.
Many ol these persous go down without n
dollar In tlm world after paying the freight
on their household effects, but tlieru nra
other who have a comfortable aurplut left
to begin work mi Immigration companies,
backed by the Southern railroa Is, have been
doing missionary work in that region for a
year and say they now have their col oniza
lion mutter f.iinv started. One of tlieso
companies ho ld.oild n"re of Ian I imnr
Sibley and U selling It at tlm rate of 45 per
mire. It Is guaranteed to ralsu whatever a
lurtn in tno I mini status will produce nnd
Independent Incomes lifter n few year arj
guaranteed lis well. A','oncle established 111
Northeiisti-rn Miuncsota and Norlhweiiern
Wisconsin are niei'ting with unexpected suc
cesses. RAILWAY MODEL FARMS.
Iliirllniflon Itoad Kxpuii Freightage on
l.srger ( nip tn lirp ay ,
The success of soli cull ii ro In tho West ha
determined Urn Jiuillngioii llullroad Cum
pany to fsiabdsli a number o! experimental
stations, or 'model ferms," in Kansas and
Nebraska, to lead farmers to now etforts In
Incidentally the company expect returns
fro n Its investments In increased and regit
lar crops, necessitating heavy freight and
passenger traffic. Model farms have been,
established ut Oherliu, Kmii., and at McCook
Koldredge, Alma nn 1 Hroken U,iW Nh'
Komothlng was done In this lino by the coiul
DMIlh lust l-iep iilhl Will, li. .11. ....I.. .....
. ,. i. He, v sans-
1 lie soli of the eslern prairie I dry nnd
bard to mi iiiiL-nou.it .i...m. ir
, .i ."ro. ii jwuver.
Where tho Mil fa '0 litis been illslurbed nnd
enpillaiy nitractlnn Interfered with it be-
Cornell iiioImI miiI ni,ll..... ipi . ...
r , . , i no eurinee will
be regularly cultivated to a depth of oue or
v'iiinnir mirKuija will
briui; tUo moisture to this jmrfiiut.
IUfl of m Kri-KU li on th .o
Martin Dlxan. tr.rt ... ut.
ly scratched on the nose while at work at
bV a ftt llllif lllenn nt eoi.l lll.w.,l ..i ,.. !
set lo. aud he died.
llerlcw of th Lessons Tor the Fourth
Quart er-t-Golden Text: Kc
elfis. xil., !..-( oi.
Lissos I, flolomon Anolntcl King ft
Kings I.. 21.39). Ilolden Text, I King II.. .1,
"Keep the charge of the Lord thy (bid to
walk In Ills ways." A It was the Lord's
plnn thnt Solomon and none other of the
son of David should sit on his thmne, so It
surely came to pas (I Chr. h. xxil., 91.
"Evory purpose of thn Lord shall be per
formed" (Jcr. II., an). "Tho Lord of Hosts
hath sworn, saying, Hitroly a I have thought
o shall it come to pnss, and as I have pur
posed so shall it stnnd" (Isn., xiv.. "I . Ie,ir
our Ood ns He snvs, notwithstanding all tho
rain Imaginings of rulers nnd people, "Yet
have. 1 set niv King upon My Imlv hill of
SSIon" (I's. II., A).
Lesson II. Solomon's Wen Choice (I
Kings III , 5-l.. Hidden T.-M. Ts.. ext., Ill,
"The fenr of the Lord Is t!m beginning oi
Wisdom." It Is Interesting to note that n-d
only the second le.son at the be .inning i f
the quarter, but also the ne on 1 l"sou fr,,ni
tho end of tho quarter, the one of tw week
ago, had u It l .pe, "Wisdom." Let It be
impressed upon us thnt "wisdom is the prin
cipal thing. 'tut tlm wisdom of ,M, Wor,i
which cruci tied our Lord, but our Lord Jesii
Christ Himself, who is "the Wi-doiu o! tiod."
Hee James I., 5.
Lkssov 1 11. --Solomon' Wi'i'.th nn 1 Wis.
do in (I King Iv., a.1 ::. dcldeti lex.. I
Ham. il.. 30, 'Tlmm that h.m. r Me I wiil
honor, and they that despise M .,al bn
llghtlv es. e!n, He ass. I eu.y tor wis
dom.bnt Hod gave hluiwealtti as w. i s
wisdom, yet not for his own gl n , but that
Hod mum be glorlibd thrm :'i 'Mm, for lm
s it on tim throne of the L r I o r the l.orl I
Hod ( I I'hr.'ti. xix., 2:1 ; II i ir n. i.,si.
Every I'liristmn is In the world ! r 1; .1. mid
(lod villi give to i.v.'A-chil l ..f II: . nil il,.,
wealth and wis bm which II thatwi
will use to Hi-g,.ry that II" m iv le made
Ltssost IV. - The I'royeri s ,-f -olon.oti
M'roV. I., I I ill. Uoldeil lex:, Pi ... 1., pi,
"My son, If -miiers entice th.-e, .- ., u tiiou
not." Htimer nre after somi !lii.;; f,,r tlie-n.
elves at any co-t, even th" "t .. ti life
of n lellow being If that I- the , ulv way to
K-et what they want, imt Christ, th" Wi- loin
"f Ood, sought nothing fop Urns. 'if and
voluntarily laid down Ills life t Imt lie might
be llfo and blessing t 1 nil who tv II mi.
Lesson V. Hull lino; the Te i,pie( Kmg
V., l-IJ). lil'llll'll l'et, Ps. eXVVll., I. "Ex
Pept the Lord bllild the bouse, t 1,,'V labor lu
lain that build It." Tin temple was, like
the tabernacle, a place for Ho I t dwell In
111 the midst of His people I s r -.1 Ihivid
said, "It must be ft 'ee.ilngiy n a.-idlli'iil of
fame and of glr ry throughout' all countries"
(I Chroti. xxll.,'.'i. The fa ! t h 11I I'Very
tone wns iiuide rca Iv before it was brought
lo the I lidding (1 limgs vi., T' is vrv sug
gestive of Hod's dealings with the believer,
making each one ready d wu her" for bis
place In the building above ( liph. II . 1.
Lesson VI. Tlm Temple I'di'iel ,1
Kings tit. . Ot-lld'. (lobleu T"t, Jl..b. n..
20, "i lie Lord is in Ills holy ti " e; ,-t n
Ihe earth keep slleii'c before II i n. " Inci'ii
nection with prnver andsacr. tiiebinbl.
lug when llnbhcd was given t . the l.i'rd.mid
Ho accepted It by lllling It with Ills glory.
The grout temple, the Ni w .leru-alem, shall
yet be seen lllled with the glory of the f.otd.
and all the rattli shall enjoy Its' glory. If anv
believer will by virtue of the blood of Clir.st
present himself honestly to Chrnt, be, too,
hall be tilled to the glory of (iod that Clin -t
may ha magnified,
Leson VII. Hod's Blessing I' 0:1 Solo,
mon (I Kings lx., 14). Hidden Text, I'mv.
X., 'ii, "The irles.lng of tho Lord, It maketli
rich, and He nddeth 110 sorrow Willi II."
Tlm continuance of tho manifest blessing of
the Lord upon 8olotnon depended upon his
obedience, uur inWutlon depends wholly
npon thn Moo.l of Christ, to w Inch we cnu
add nothing. We never can be nioro rain
than wo sio by Hi merits when once wo
truly accept Him, but our enjoyment of III111
mid usefulness to Him depend upou our
nbedlenen and the closeness of our walk
LkhsoN VIII.- llewar.ls of Obedience
(I'l-ov. Id., I-W). li ll' ii Text, I'mv, HI.,
rl. "In all thy wavs a cn 'wieilgn Him, and
lie shnll dire d thy pit'-." Here again I
llm Lord as i iir wis 1 .11 entreating us to
b ap upon Him 1111 I I. -.' r upon ourselves.
What lie s ii l.s for 1-. ti "'ir 1 art, weakness
and lielpb'ssin s nn I e.1.1 tilers, I hat He may
perfect His streii -;t'i ,11 our weak'ie.s and
UU our itnitlne s niii His fullness, 'n
can yield to Hun, " Hi tru-t Him nnd rely
upon Hun, that He tinv , ,u;.. This is nil
I.issox IX. Tlm 1'i'e of Solomon d
Kings s., l-ti. 11 .l l ti Text, Matli. xii,
il, "llelinl'l, a greot' r than Solomon 1
lmre." It was tie fa'i." "f So onion eon-
eernlng the inline of th" I. r l, for Solomon
had nothing great i-rg'e 11 "m except iw ( iod
gave It to htm. 1 1 t oi v,.ci ler what thn
Lord would give ii. of His .ivr and glory,
even hern. If lie saw t'. it V" Would Use It
only for Hint. Wethin!. thai we are seeking
imly 111 glory, wh"n often "i haps He see
solid prllil of talent, o knoe'leln, or
scholarship, or ileu .u. n ot 1 n. or Miitiewhat
that hindnri Iljm fm:u ,v ..'.in.-.
I.tsso . Solon on'- .--111(1 Kings xl., 4
Eli. (ioldeii Text. I I i' . 1. "I."t him
that thlnket'i he stau l 'ili t il." I lest he
fall." Ho use I the pov.er and wealth wnlcli
Hod gave him to inn mo- I -1 n 1 ' I f mil I11
ilulgn himself mid nm!.'- loins' If llUo oiler
kings of the earth. II" ill I a t o'iey his own
pr pt. but trusted iu Iniusi If and leaned
upou his own nndcrstan lim:. Ho even s.-t
up Idols, a most without number, I 1 please
lb 00 whom lm loved in o" thuti Hoi, and
thus terribly di .-.honored Hoi 1111 I turned his
back upon illm. This ii written to warn us
to let nothing como be' vc -i; us and Hod.
Lesson XL Caution- Agulu-t Intempir
nnci) (I'rov. xlil., Ii-'n. (iolden Text.
I'rov. xxili.. 21, "1'i-r tlm drunkard an I the
glutton shall ne to p- yeriy." Tlm sui-
nt alien of this e--i'ii is that wise lilt In 11
make glad lairents. So 1 im is wo-ewl o I, yes
unto himself, wln thi r iu tl: niatier of fat
ing or drinking or dres. or lu any way.
Lrsot XII. -Tlm II r h of Chris; (l dh.
il.. 1-121. O il I' ll Tci, I. ul " II.. 10, I'c.ii
not, for behold 1 bring "U goo I tidings ol
great Joy which shall b tn all pn ipl"."
Whllo we consider the birth of .1 is as the
King of the Jew-, and wait Inr II is return a.
tho King of the Jews th 11 ;ii I h" church is
not waiting for that, I ul to I aught up
to meet linn 0:1 Ills nuv there is ii .tniiij
more Important than that W" mafnitv linn
lu tlieso mortal bo.lies 01' uiioanr; Him to
et us apart w holly for lions" I to 10 rii'V
His life in us, uinf through 1,- do all !i in
to bring the good tidiu;- t nil pmpU
in Dial matehl"-s 1 pit .me of th- H".ip. l.
the parable o tl, Prodi. r.il Son. repoit al
mil." by I. like, not a v, - rd i- said, Hot II
glliupsii I i given, i f Hi latin 1 of the Prodi
gal during nil thai illteival I'l tWeell tlm dn
purture ii'ol the ret irn. A veil In dnirtii
i'er nlllli i-.e I liter, w ai v jears. So has
Hod yearriod mid Miilend in llm silent
depths of His own leriiiiy, wailing mid
watching for the repeniaiil proiliul. 'I his
.Vearnlllg, grievei'. li'iil slilleling Hod is the
ti. d und I'ai'H r ol our l ord and Saviour .le
kiis Christ : Son id Hod. Sou of Mary. This
sinless child should Inn" ha I :o griefs of
His own. I! I - aoi rnv. s ml have been only
those old, flern ll sha l".. of periultteil inn.
'i he cross on wlii di lb died. Hinging out lis
arms as If to flnbrac" tl.e woibl, lifted up
Its head toward tlm l.amb slain from the
foundation of the world. Our hearts now
go hack to Culvury ; und from Culvury they
go up to Hod.-ll.11.well Jiwight Hitchcock,
V. iu "Tho Eternal Atou'" "
ikckm tiKit a;.
The Columbia you want is rculy for you. Not .1 div's. flr!;tv,
if you chcKisc rcnu'ar c(piiimcnt. Wc inve licctt j.rii'-a'me; fur
iiumtiis to nn' ! tin; present greattlcin.mil.
THE OTOCK 13 COMPLETE.
?urli qtnli'y at such prices is tmhe.tr'l of, lint 1 1.trtfonlt are Irul
eti in l oiii I'tii e ami goodness. UcttLir hmhUIj rculy lor delivery.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
Jlfinrh Stturn ami Anilf- hi nliru t rwtv
ri'pifonlrtl i'i ) " t
mm mm mum.
r rti r tsi -t i on, m.
The 11,1,1 at Ion of ii mi - it (or -e s Is tint
Toll llllif eluiril'ten .tv if the nlie . . mil
''iiinri. o ,ni r 's ii'loiied to run t.)
llli'. There u as n Imii" ulv ii li m.l ie.
source of eli'i'trle '. in the l ulls of
Niacin a ioiier suliie i i: It i-assumed and
lll.lTte l by men of ei , to hglit, tho
stieftd ntid ilrue the . a' ini'l turn the null
wloele of a! Anion. -a Here wirlod ao l
lost i but that ioWe, is I. .1 lieltlg b.'iriles.ed
lllld Joked f"-service. I III. s'i'tidld I-
omv of the forces i f nature is rev' Intioii
l.lng social and comiiicrcinl life. What
li led for (bo t"H'iil ...lii uu; of h'iri'.iial
life b, a similar utliia,i"U ,, the nuns. ,l
forces in IHir e,,,. ei.'lltl. lis. Who en'l dolll'l
that tb re I. In tie-ebiiH a of .lo-ii-. ( bii.t
today en oiei latent nnd uiiueil spiritual
power to suite (or tiie . vaiik'i liatioii "f the
V hole Wl'l" V.ol'l'l.' M oll to lltllic llllli-i'd
forces III e.liiriee.i'i'.ll.ll :i- t i '. V.o , ud' t to !"
til" Ilrst ipieslioi, ii ith ivi-e 'Iki'H ill the
V later 'ii ill i ai;;n "ii ii i.'.eli t lie eliureli " are
filtering II "H. I ll t'llus lull lit rl.llte,
more to ill" i i un -- .I oi'd' tti iiiiiniil.i' t
ilfes than the cm r 1 ii.; out in it real -t.il li-b-
ItH III-- of the I 111', ie "f t he 1 1 l-.f ( of lll-
Iider a In i;e inpl . uldiiii; lard, (or
ainpl". n h 1 1 i' 0 iioithi ttnau'Hif that all
ii as ehao .. and i hat a i I I -if.-li al al'i'lof
s'oiiel alel s'r h a iiii.'t.lu.le of . r I. ! i e oi
II U'-li I inn' M "ii id be h -I by the llorklinu
' si inn; a:;, un -'. "ic an 'ther. Hut tl r-
nai.i. in ion o' I 1 1 ..r "o at iaiu.'i s In at t els that
Irom tl.e new n r- utice up to vlie iiian
a;;er ea - li man has imiu place and ork,
and so plate . pti I upon plal" until at
Ifllglll tli lilt I 'li'l I'-'V- glide- II, t"
th an. Iii 1 1 . n , . 1 1 1 ' i r 1 1 1 1 no 1 1 1 o r of
til ebui"ll o ll.'ll' to ll lie In. owii'l. palt
lllelit to Vt 111 'Il lie give.. Il i ' lisel I . . I M , g " f
It, " I llis one tiling ". Ih.'le ., ., mill
particular mi VP- lor wl'lb ach iliii.tuiu
Is so admirably iclapled Hint no .nii'i l an
do II as wi ll as In . Aslln re is individuality
in life, so is tin T" llldlv nlllnllty in service,
"To every maii lu v o, k.' i bie great cbnr'u
of a tvell-oig itiied 'oi, it' gat loii (. i h" ari
fly of oppoinniltii . of n-i fulin . 11 pro-
M'll S, Sillied to "all son. II I'I eoinlltlol . .f
'in n" and n.'ii eti and i len of eluldren.
1 hi re 1. .oiintMng for ei.rilo.li I i d .
Mi n of one tnlent d ir t hide ii In the
earth, or rap it in th" nnpl.in id slot'.bil
llel'.h'li.'e. I ie'V llol' t ' ui v, trade,
lao. r with diligence nn I . ni h u.i.i -ui
nt th" la .k w hh'li In - l.eare I !"
tl or hands. ! heir o I indicate. I '.e.r
SI lo re "f 'I'I V ice. lies 111" ", t to 1
( a Ii." the Sun, las "!.... .1 i.r :il-e . la - j
is or - I r i In "ii. 1 1 il,.", hale the gi t ,. i
t it h.r ui i "is.it i. oi i ..i j r. 1 1 1 s a ie I si 1 1 1 . "it I
ll.il '.i' l iu rt 1 1 "ie-.. i i.t. , . ht.il-1" h . i ' i -
le !., toe . ri 1 i . r. I" ot . r. t h" ii a ( I I f ;
1 1 1 1 1 I Il e. If III I e th" glfl "I utter- j
ni..'" Hi" pi il l.o in i r lie- ' .1. .I. .ii - ! ,r
"loo ll'1 Is that I re. ill e ui,. ii.o.'. !! :,t
I .. i I ll" disl i .l ot i n ' I r i i . . tl.e ,
1 ' 1 1 I s 1 1 1 g of 'I I I 'I III If; S l!;i! I Oi t . 1 I e I
s ' " i :t n i'i' a; a 1 1 ' o ' 0 i d - .1 I I
II I. I l "I I. 'I I'l l II h li .' 1,1 p It l I o i
Ion. ss I . . i . a 1 1 n ' 't s l ul. r ti ,. , p- ss . l
f"i : I lu lot. 1. 1 in . ,. is i 1. 1 1 i oi. 1 1 I
i". 'lit to I e u'Ui ... I, a', I !o it is if: i, I
IU" I ' I t 's oi I l- . r. i t I.', .',".1 !
t i t I . o li, e. -1 ill" I 1 a1 e s Oil
I , ... I . Il'l'." , . tie I .':,." ! t I ,. lo . s I 11 1
.ll-.iif ir' si ,:,. lie- be e t i, ! r i: o I 1 . :
.lis I'i" I, 1.'. .P hi, IP ". . i" i ! - ii". t j
.!i t. r and leirn n. tl .i.d-"t tl is h . .
. s e.o.t ,,i si it Ii i . 1 1 . i .- lis 1 n -d on
e. Iii" . " I I s . .il I . I .1 si. I. '. r I: I 1. 1 1 ,.'! "I
II i Il 'l I LIS I'. I It. 1,0 ! . i. , ..v. II I, .11-1 ilo
Hi I" ilia a pi as ..r it s . .. i ,s 1 1, I or it.
A l,e, U"l -. lis.' , f .;, s !. ,al le..p. -Il l I -
Its Iii I' I a f lil'T e. I. rail n t tin I. o,
thai "all- P. I lie lis I.Hi.i! a lisits will d"
n.'i.li to ha-P ii Hi" .' in' i . i- ., Ihe kingdom
i. i o "I tin., sue i.r. Ii.i sol g.a' on I . o
b.r n!l '...r elini 'h in. I . oi ;r. g.n i i . a
sea-"!, i f g 1 ss-oi. in.. I i;l.ot IrnlPil-
li lo t all in. r ii. ii, i ' i -til- up ll." '.'ins
id their in ember-. I a" t li" s .. 1 1. ii up i 'a-
llolial llgenele- Heel e 1 llii'l . IHisl I he - V 1 1 -I'lltllles
mill service, ot nil IICI i II- 1 1 g I. 0111
ber of pi ople, and ' n-li . hoi h will then i.v
I mie u ...litre ol i licit i, ie I inll'i' i
..werfulif ,,gh to l.... an . "i-WPl.n I lu;
circle of lm manii s . 'l ie ni i h oi: i. oi o' un-tl-
"I force, ear i n s si it n i; p. - 1 1 i . 1 1 1 .- is hi li
ought to llr" OS, o ,"V"I.I I'cllll Willi pllOi
Tin-re Is coniloil. i",, ii l.' S.' nd (lie 1 1, eight
of tiie refining puier. I th" lurn.' nr
III" gold by its se,arati 'U li .m Uu . I"'. using
li"... 'I lie vers dm -, nnd a. lie nnd siaj;
of the fiiriniie linn, thioii.th ite' -kill ..I the
ehe.'in.l. beeoli.e u mi alisol Icails, or of
e!eiin..ing, or of t' I il,.'., li', n lei I hlls ol life.
( lul of I he slag i, the ii.n furnaces in Hie
I la 'in process i-' e is 'rk ,t le r" i- iniinit (a I
H re. I an oibnl' s. ph ,:.ph a'" whl"li is
el .lined lo be of i optional s ai'i" u- n ( f.
tili.'.er. A.lu s eiil. r laii'i ly inlo tl n j o-
. ii' it of eleiiiiMiiig soup-, and a brilliant .La
in .ii'l bus I n l.ioiigni into l eiug ..ut ..f in.
( le ill.'d eluircoiil. No. ins. i, ui im- spitii'inl.
f an. ife. e yen t h.o, g ii iii re h ll" re-idu 11 III o
pule gold US llll ouleollie ol the ihe p -ling
j.f s. W In n we lir" i.ll.je te I to it t ho V ''l l'
dio.s of i.ur mil iin s tuns , by the posser ol
the .In iln) 1 h .inl-t, be ma le a un an. of .er
s ice o others in the J.. o d s ear; h I s d. .11:11 1 11.
Our eharai'lf rs, wm n thus t'- led, may (ail
lo fliosv dial strengili and vigor and pree.
I ii-iies. sshldi nn 11111 in I iiilniirii'ioii 111. I lii
spir uriii,'1' on the nn of those who
ob.vrve iis. Vet if we uccpl (lie luriue'" in
the place In which we are to serveiuid bonoi
our .Master, the spirit displayed by us, even
lu our wi ukiiesi nnd failure, may be a iie aus
of enriching other lives more precious than
our osvu. il. f jJay Truuibul1, iu "Tnbuli.
lCllza Ann, Martini und C'liarlotto Wllbotir
liginl sisters, were burned to death lit lliel.'
Home iu ev porl, II. 1., lu conseoueneo of
oleohul, with which Martha was buthlug
men a uuiuuu
riv .1 t"
tff olt1111U.it arc not pmprljr
li V vi.,,.1 '
Forsiilo by tho Atlantic
r Wj p:5 IIESTOHES vitality.
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1 I I i I nil', ; '! at." , ll.i.nm; Inn. uw .. ii..
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s a . ii i.n'its , ie-1 r i. ii. iv I o-iii.m. or iimrruK n
I., I c'lP I II' 1 111' . I ., ' I I 1 lit HO- Ill .,i a... ..... I. I
i-li .."'.. I In TO' l.iliii. .il, I blooil liullilir. bn.f
i . iik 1'..' puil, gl,,. In .ali. i In., k.. 1 1.
'' 1 ' tl"' II I loulli. It nr, i,n lii.!,,l
im I i , e .i '.. iti I, I use i ,ai I. n nm itl : I o, n.i
I' ei I'" i i i"l in v.n i n, k, i. iiv n i l
M on i . r i .,. li. .',, r n lor .Vim, Willi i.l'
live uiliitii kuii auien to uii or re (.'nil
I be iiioiii'V. ( ii, ,iur (r. . A'I.Imi
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For sale m M iddl' l urgli, l'a.,by
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mortal ey.. although til" il iii iiess doe.
not move and tin h no. oie I n isitli bright
faces lllld gl .riolls l. I'll.". S'l Illu'ep, of
Ood are Willi ie. oft, 'icr than v." kinov, uud
to I lie pure heai t es or v ii.'ine i. a t"the,
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Inner world do we ,.ce and lue. t ..iiliiiually
tin's" no i-i.i ng. rs ,. li ..I. ,i Un. outer
world (iod maketli (he wml. angels,
kiel (he ilaiiii". id lire llis ine.M ugi rs ; tint
loin and the n n utter Hi. knowledge, and
th" morning Mais oleoil Hi., praise. Ami In
Hi" inner w irld there nr" nngels too tlm
angels of yoiitli uud of inuo eneo, and of
opportunity , the angels ol piii)er, and i '
time, and i f dealli. y
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They are always telling what they ib
believe. want ii n un to tell 1114 wl '
does belles,,, not what h : doc nut
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