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the foce inrjy.
A little (Quaker girl cue day
Paused iu tier busy louod of pltiy '
i I ) 1 i
As her dear mother came that way.
VMay I? khe Raid, as soft and clear
She Wlilspered in her mother's ear,
3o low that no one else tould hear.
ller mother answered, us she smiled: ' (
"By nothing wrong be, thou beguiled; i
What toys ttie voice within thee, child?', i
The little Quaker went her way,
Soon hack she came. I heard her say,
'The little voice within says, 'Nay.' '
The little voice your hearts would win,
And keep your feet fruin paths of sin.:
1 i !. U -The Child' Paper.
The Great Need of the Times.
Christian Advocate. ;
A GKNEBAIi KKVIVAL OF RFLIGION.
A general revival of religion voud
do this whole land more good now
than anything else. It would coun
teract Satan's effort to distract and
divide the Christian people of the
country by' fomenting the impa
tience and intojorance which magni
fy all existing differences, and which
create; trouble where none had exis
ted before. In the light of such a
jeyiyal all matters of general con
cern would be revealed in truer, pro
portion and relation.- Standing' on a
higher plane, and acting from i loftier-
motives,, the. Church woult not
echo the war-cries of political- par
tisans, no? be swept.on with them in
the, muddy .'current ofpolitical excite
ment that seems likely soon to ,fliod
ouj country, ss Let f th .potsherds of
, par pqvevaui.iSMrc W1. ?ut
let Christians pray for and with1 each
othefy remembering hat the wea
pons (rkjy not crn'nl,
but mighty through God to the pull
ing down of the-strongholds of j evil.
Let mere -partisans look to Congress,
Christians will look to God for jeliv-
erance from prevalent abuses and
i m pending perils. Instead of repeat
ing with greater Jntfensity the watch
wordVbf this or that party, let the
Church cryrnFghty unto God. A
genuine national revival would bring
uauunai smvauun, ior naireus,
strifes, envies, and jealosies would
be consumed in its holy tires. The
conditions of such a revival are with
"Tff the Te'ach'of every. Christian con
gregation within the bounds of the
circumlocution of this paper.
The first condition of such a reviV'
al is the realization of the need of it.
A thoughtful survey of the situation;
an estimate of the number, power,
and subtilety of the allied forces of
evil lo be overcome: the. shadow of
possible calamities that can only be
averted by the wisdom that comet h
irom noove, wnicn is pure, peace
able, without partiality, and without
hypocrisy, full of mercy, and good
fruits these considerations will force
upon any intelligent Christian, mind
the solemn conviction that a univer
sal revival of religion is our one para
Another condition of such a reviv
al is the recognition of the fact that
a genuine revival of religion is the
work of God. This truism goes deep
into the matter. To act upon it will
be to exclude all reliance upon mere
sensationalism, or the clap-strap
methods.of the' mechanical evangel
ism against which even good men
need to be warned. God is the au
thor of every genuine revival. The
manifestation of his presence and pow
er is revival. What displeases him;
therefore, prevents the revival. To
bring tozether a mob to hear novel
ties or to enjoy sensations is one
thing; to bring God down into the
midst with awakening and convert
ing power is another thing. The
revival, weeed must be God's work
from first to last.' Every - effort that
does not start ...here falls .short ..of
being a genuine revival of religion.
The condition of a revival is be
lieving prayer. Believing prayer
what sort; of , prayer is.' i that? you
ask. It is that which takes God at
his word. -t.sA-, and ye shall notice
thls"-ls"y6ir" chartcrr' Thi3 - implies
the sense of need, earnest desire, and
faith in f the present tense. This is
the way In which the blessing has
always come to the Church. The
praying Church is already revived.
Ivery praying soul is a channel into
which fl'nvs the 'river of God.' Be
, Keying prayer pleads the proniises of
the' Lord and' obtains present fulfill
ment of them in gracious and mighty
outpourings of the Holy Spirit.
I'rayer and its answer in the present
tense is ft revival of religion. Think
. ovr these lftH vvorcl?. The answer
in' the 'present 'tene' always comes
when there Is true fufth inythej pres
ent tense. There is io prftvision ' for
,doubt in the gospel, Thet promise of
God p the one. absolute certainty in
the universe. If ye abide in "we and
my words abide in you, yeHliatlask
what ye will, and it shall be done unto
you these are the Master's own
Believing prayer implies correla
tive effort. Divine,
through human instrumentality.
1 - ' T
Freely ye have received, freely give, is
the . divine law. . Gracious, power
flows into the believing heartj and
then flows on to water other hearts.
This our - whole -country needs just
now when every malign influence
seems to be aroused, and every harsh
accusing voice seems to be speaking.
This our own church needs Just now,
that it may come to the session of the
General Conference in the spirit of
love, conciliation, and supreme devo
tion to Christ. that .will .insurp wis
dom and harmony in its ' utterances
and acts, byjjvhlch God shall be
glorified In the salvation of mem
How To Love God.
Word aud Work.
A woman once said to her pastor:
'I do love God very much, but want
to love him more; how can I?"
f'You must become better acquain
ted with him, was his reply. . "We
love those who aro worthy of our
love, in proportion as we become ac
quainted with them." "
t'How can I get better acquain
ted?" she asked. 7 ... r. . v
'Study the Bible more" ho said.
"God speaks to you, reveals himself
to you in the Bible. Read in the
New Testament the life of Jesus, and
iinacine you had been with him as
John, and Peter, awjlary were.
And pray more; Tell him all your
joys and , troubles, and needs, He
wii answer you, anu every answer
wjll draw you closer and closer to
him. Then try to' please him in
everything you do and say; weal
ways love those whom we try to
please. Love makes us wish to
please the Lord, and love rewards us
ti'an u Vara Anna ii" . - .
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The woman followed these rules,
simple as they were, and her love to
God grew and spread all through her
It made her very hapy, so that all
who knew her said, What a bright,
cheerful person she is; I don't believe
she ever had any trouble.'.' Ami yet
she did have a great deal of trouble,
but the love of God so filled her heart
that it seemed like wings to lift her
up above it all. If she had been
asked if she had any trouble, she
would have smiled and said: "I
don't believe I have; the minute it
comes Jesus takes it all away."
Luve is of God ; and every one
that loveth is born of God, and
knoweth God." ' "lie that dwelleth
in love, dwelleth In God, and God in
The very essence of our religion is
love. ... The love of God shed abroad
in .the heart by .the Holy Ghost
brightens life, and prepares for death.
Love is the atmosphere of heaven,
and none can be admitted there who
have not first learned to love.
"Teach us, Lord, at length to love."
Work for Cheerfulness.
Sunday School Times.
To keep the face cheerful, the voice
cheerful, to do good like medicine,
we must keep the heart cheerful.
This is not an easy matter. One does
not simnlv have to say, "I will be
cheerful," and then have it so. He
has to work for cheerfulness, just as
he works to be honest, or kind, or
brave, pr learned. He must be look
ing out for bright things' to' see and
do. He must deliberately.yet quick
ly, choose which things he will think
about, and how." He has to shut his
teeth, as.it, were, sometimes, and turn
a way from the gloomy things, and do
something to bring back the cheerful
spirit again. If we are cheerful for
others.weiare doing goo for ourselves.
Good given means good sent back.
Cheerfulness can become a habit, and
habit sometimes helps as over hard
places. A cheerful heart seeth cheer
fuj things. f ;j;nf;0ri '
l' A lady and gentleman were in a
lumber-yard, ; situated by a dirty,
foul-smelling river. The lady said:
JIow goexj the pine, boards, smell!"
Pihe boards!" exclaimed the gen
tleman. "Just smell this foul river!"
"Thank you," the lady replied, "I
prefer to smell the pine boards."
And she wa3 right. If she, or we,
can carry this principle through our
entire living, we shall have the cheer
ful he-art,' the cheerful voice, the
" Lovjng Homes.
Nothing appears' to us so beautiful
In human experience as. the recipo-'
cal affection of parents and children,
especially after the latter have attain
ed maturity, and, it may be, form
new relations in life. We have seen
th& loving and lonely daughter, after
she had become a wife and mother,
seize, every opportunity of visiting
me parental home, to lavish her af
fectionate attention upon her parents,
and, by a thousand graceful and ten
der kindnesses, assure them that
though she was an Idolized wife and
a happy mother, her heart still cleav
ed with ever strengthening fervor to
father and mother, who watched
over her infancy and guided her
It has been our privilege to know
such; and as we have witnesses the
outpourings of love and happiness
between these devoted and glowing
hearts, we have felt that snrely much
of heaven might be enjoyed here If
all families were equally attached.
And would that every daughter
knew what pure Joy she might create
in the parental bosom by a constant
keeping alive of the spirit of filial de
votion and seizing frequent opportu
nities to make it manifest In little
acts of gentleness and love, notwith
standing the child may have become
a parent. The child always the dear
child, and never so dear as when it
keeps up the childish confidence and
love of its earliest years.
Don't neglect the teeth; they are
worth preserving; brush them before
retiring.' ' ' '
Treat rusty black cashmere with a
sponge bath of equal parts of amonia
and ' alcohol diluted with warm
water, then lay the dampened
goods upon a wool blanket and press
upon the wrong side with an iron
After buying a pound of cheese for
he table, cut off the rinds about half
an men tnicK, pui me sou parts to
gether, wrap in stout brown paper
ana lay them aside tor welsh rare
bit, macoronl, or any other dish that
calls for grated cheese.
The fat of chickens is said to be
superior to the best of butter for mak
ing delicate cake. If the fat of boiled
chicken is to be utilized in this way,
cok the birds without salting the
water, thus avoiding the fowl flavor.
What is termed grape-fruit is rec
ommended for people of billious hab
It. Every bit of the white mem
brane should be removed, as this is
not only extremely bitter but decidly
It is desirable to vary the manner
in which food is cooked, even roast
beef. An agreeable flavor is pro'
duced by squeezing the juice of hal
a lemon over the meat and inserting
the other half ,in the roast ; also by
putting an onion in the dripping-pan
and laying the meat over it.
Let your recreations be manly, no
sinful. .Labor to keep alive in your
breast that little spark of celestial fire
A Dog Story. .
r.oston Saturday Evening Gazette.
A good story is going the rounds o
the Back Bay, and is located in one
of the three great hotels which are
visible from Copley Square. In one
of these houses resides an estimable
lady, who is the owner of a fine dog
named "Duke." For a while, the
ladv had resided in one house and
had taken her meals at an other, and
also had the food for the dog sen
from the second house. A few days
ago, she sent a message to the second
house to ''send Duke's dinner over.
Quite a time elapsed, and the lady
was fast approaching the limit of her
patience, when the door was opened
In a stately manner, and the most
magnificent of waiters appeared,
with immaculate shirt front, white
gloves, glossy n?ckwear, and all the
other elements which go to make up
the perfections of the ideal wnlter.
The gorgeous creature entered the
apartment with a bill of fare in his
hand, and asked "what his grace
would be pleased to order for his din
ner, and at what time he would wish
to be served, and for how many
guests covers were to be laid." The
feelings of the gorgeous waiter may
be better Imagined than described
when he learned that his services
"were required only to the extent of
selecting remnants of chicken suita
ble for a dog.
ire fcrorrn down from overwork or hniiwhold
nTts Drown'i Iron Bitters,
rebuild the svstem, airix dI;rotlnii. remove f x-i-CMir
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2H5 II WORKINGMKN'H SHOES.
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Xa nitilo la Coufrreu. Button and Lact.
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and is willing to say he has not been fully
benefitted. For cures made, in this county
see otir circulars. ' '
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LIME and EOCK.
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