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SATURDAY, MBR. 28,189!.
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
Illinois Mothodista arc arranging to
ci'k'brate their centennial in 1891!.
California Methodist Conference re
ports 12,o7S members an increase of
The soul is a soil which requires to be
dug and stirred deeply, otherwise noth
ing will grow in it but weeds St. John
Unless you are longing to be more
like Christ every day of your life there
is something wrong with your experi
ence. Ham's Horn.
The Epworth League of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church has now over
:i00,000 members. It has been es
tablished only two years.
It seemed to me that holiness
brought on inexpressible purity, bright
ness, peacefulness and nourishment to
the soul; that it made the soul like a
field or garden of God, with all manner
of pleasant flowers. Jonathan Ed
wards. Of the three hundred and thirty-five
instructors in the University of Berlin,
no less than fifty-two are of Jewish ex
traction. These include two ordinary
and one honorary professor in the
philosophical faculty, and eighteen ex
traordinary professors in the faculties
of law, medicine and philosophy.
Twenty-four of the thirty-one Pritat-do-centui
are in the medical faculty.
The more spiritual is a man's relig
ion, the more expansive and broad it al
ways is. A stream may leave its depos
its in the pool it passes through, but the
stream itself hurries on to other pools
in the thick woods; and so God's gifts
a soul may selfishly appropriate, but
God himself, the more truly a soul pos
sesses Him the more truly will it long
and try to share Him. Rev. Dr.l'hillips
A church was recently dedicated in
Pittsburgh which has, it is said, no pas
tor, no consistory, no congregation, and
no members. It is known as St. Mark's
Memorial Reformed Church. It has
been erected in memory of Christian II.
"Wolf by his; brother at a cost of 800,000.
The church is to be open at nil times to
all comers. It is said that a pastor and
congregation may be acquired by and
The Catholics of British India in
1S57 numbered Mi.VUO'J. By the census
in they were OH. ('.U, 'and in 1S88
they were '.;",rS. They had increased
in twenty-six years by CS.058. or 2,596
annually. The statistics of Protestant
missions gave lO'-I.'.i.M adherents in 1851;
2i:!..'.70 in 1M51; :;iS.:;ii:; in 1871; and 523,
SOOinlssi. This gives an increase of
1-,,.V':;9 in thirty years, or 14.1S1 per
year. The Catholics have 701 European
mission priests in India; the Protest
ants, in lss, had (,,,s male missionaries
in India (including I'.urmah), and may
now have 7(10, while their decennial
statistics for 1801 will show 700,000 na
tive adherents. Missionary Review.
WIT AND WISDOM.
A man who takes care of his youth
is apt to become a wise old man.
The man who is his own worst ene
mv has a fool to overcome. Elmira Ga
No man was ever as good to his
father as he thinks his children should
be to theirs.
Men of great capacity sometimes
have very little capacity for making a
living. Texas Siftings.
In every act, or thought, or word
there are granted us glimpses of Heaven
that raise us above ourselves. Dean
Every person on earth must have
some sort of a pet, even if it is nothing
better than himself. Dallas News.
"Was their match a case of love
at first sight?" "Not exactly. It was
a case of marriage at first sight."
Taking the first step with the good
thought; the second with a good word,
and the third with a good deed, I en
tered Paradise. Zoroaster.
Aunt Maria "Your husband seems
unusually amiable and pleasant now
dear." Ethel (recently married)
"Well, yes. You see I have stopped go
ing to cooking school, and we now have
To lie full of goodness, full of cheer
fulness, full of sympathy, full of help
ful hope, causes a man to carry bless
ings of which he is himself as uncon
scions as a lamp is. of its own shining.
Henry Ward Beecher.
The man who is effusively pleasant
with everybody usually makes himself
a nuisance, but the mnn who endeavors
habitually to make himself a nuisance
never succeeds by any accident in bein
pleasant. Philadelphia Press.
"I want to pay this bill," he said to
the hotel clerk. "But I think you have
made a slight error here in my favor.
I've been reading over the extras and
an not find that you have charged any-
Hiing for telling me you thought it
might rain." N. Y. Sun.
Don't worry whether the man who
says nice things to you means them or
not. The fact that he takes the pains
to say them is a compliment. He doubt
less has an axe to grind, but it doesn't
follow that you must turn the grind
stone. Denver Great Divide.
We are growing better. Chief War
den (locking the door and requesting
the congregation to hold up their
hands) The sexton will now empty
the pockets of our brothers and Bis
ters. A pause, during which the sex
ton obeys. Chief Warden (counting
out the spoils.) The heathen are the
Letter oil' by S-IU2.10. Congregation (on
way home) It was honester than a
lair, anyhow. N. Y. Sun.
Tor headaches, biliousness, const i
pntion, dizziness, sleeplessness, the
blues, scrofula, the blood and all skin
eruptions Dr. Tenner's Wood and
Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic
never fads. W arranted to satisfy or
nionev refunded. For sale by J. D,
I'ate A- Co.
AT THE TABLE. '
to li Observed
In comparatively fevr American
homes does the custom prevail of giving
the children their meals apart from
their parents. Domestic arrangements
would be sadly complicated were it
common in the ordinary household, as
it is in England, to have a separate
breakfast served for the little ones in
their nursery while the seniors discuss
their more elaborate morning repast in
their own mile a manger. Usually and
wisely American children eat at least
two of their meals with their parents,
and thus have what benefit may be de
rived from association with older peo
ple. It is only when the father and
mother fail to guard against letting the
little ones gradually assume the reins
of government that affairs reach a point
which makes one wish to banish the
babies to the nursery, or even further,
if by such means peace might be se
cured at meal-times. N owhere does the
spoiled child appear to worse advantage,
or make more of a nuisance of himself,
than at the table. His incessant chat
ter, the constant interruption, his ap
peals for attention make in the conver
sation of the older people present, his
clamorous demands for any article of
food which happens to strike his
fancy, his loud protests when
his wishes are denied him,
his slovenly, often disgusting,
habits of eating, make the family meal
times a pandemonium and penance to
the hapless guest upon whom the
youngster has no claims of affection to
render his vagaries amusing or interest
ing. So long as custom and necessity
render it advisable to have a child at
the same table with his parents, these
should fix upon a plan of action, and ad'
here to it. Desiring to have their chil
dren looked upon as comforts and not
as spoil-sports, thev should enforce
strict obedience, exact quiet at table,
and inculcate stringentlv the once lion
ored maxim of late years fallen sadly
into disuse and disrepute that little
boys and girls should be seen and not
heard. Remembering how much easier
it is to check a habit at the outset than
to break it off after it is fully formed,
the father and mother should watch
their children's table manners, and
repress at once the carelessness and uiv
pleasant tricks which seem, possibly
through original sin, to come naturally
to most little folk. The correct hand
ling of spoon, fork and knife should be
taught as soon as they are permitted to
isc these implements, and slovenliness
should be rebuked and held up as a (lis-
grace. Not least in importance is that
the father and mother should, after
due consideration, establish an outline
of diet for the youngsters, and allow no
divergence therefrom. Harper's Bazar.
A medical sun-bath is taken under a
sky-light or a window placed sloping in
the roof. It is important that the sun's
rays should reach directly so as to stim
ulate the vital process of the body,
Every one knows that exposure to the
sun will produce tan and freckles
through the stimulus of the pigment
cells, making an unusual amount of
coloring matter. In the human body
color is needed for the hair and eyes, to
give the bile its golden color, and to
stain the blood corpuscles red. It is the
coloring matter which enables the
blood corpuscles to carry their large
loads of o.j gen to every part. A sun
nam is very oenenciai ny giving us
darker blood, and better blood cor
puscles, with persons who are sensitive
to sun-light, it is well to protect the
head, for the sun's rays sometimes cause
nausea m nervous invalids. Dr. J. II
Itca.1 Lace Kevlved.
Real lace is once more coming into fa
vor anil into use, alter long repose in
scented coffers and blue wrappers. 1 1 will
not be possible in this hurrying and
variable age to rcinculcate the rever
ence inborn in our grandmothers, who
treasured up fine Mechlin rullles and
lappets of old needlepoint as heirlooms;
still, any step is good in the right direc
tionthat which leads away from sham
of every kind. It is always the chic
thing to say you love old lace, but unless
your finger tips are thrilled when they
come in contact with it, unless your
whole body tingles with covctousness
and your eyes grow dark with envy,
unless you would give up a new gown
to add a single piece to your collection,
yours is a spurious passion and not the
real thing. London World.
A Mutual I ii(l'intunliii(.
Colonel Percy Verger has got a boy
named Sam, who has never hoen trained
to habits of obedience. He pives all
manner of impudence to his parents,
who, having beeome desperate, put the
boy in the grocery store of Mr. Sid Hu
ford, who had the reputation of being
"Now, Sammy," said Mr. Kuford to
the incipient tradesman, "when you see
me waiting on a customer and chip my
hands, you come to me right off.
Now mind. 1 don't want any non
sense.'' '"I don't want any nonsenee. either."
retorted Sammy. "When you are wait
ing on a, customer and clap your hands,
if you see me shake my head you may
know I'm not coming until I get ready."
Fireworks were not known to
antiquity. They are a mo lorn inven
tion. If ever the ancients employed
fires at their festivals it was onjy for
Megrimine, the only permanent
cure for all forms of headache and
neuralgia, relieves the pain in fro'.i
1-j to lid minutes. Sample lice. The
Dr. Whitehall Megrimine Co., Smith
llend, Ind. Sold by W. II. Fl. ni
ing, McMinnville, Tcnn.
A Eall, a Doll, and a Man.
Prof. Henry iMiiininond.
A tfrent steamer had started from
Loudon to Sydney. Ainouij the
passengers was a little boy and Ids
sister. One day the bov lost his ball
overboard; lie rushed to the captain,
he.'Iu'j; him to stop the ship mid get
it. The captain laughed and told
him it would never do to stop a
teamship for the sake of a ball. The
boy argued a little and grumbled a
good deal, and told his sister that he
believed the leason the captain did
not stop the ship was because he could
riot : he believed it was wound up
some way, so it would have to keep
goin until it ran down, or else he
would never have left a great, splen
did rubber ball like that in the ocean.
Two days afterwards the little girl's
dollie fell overboard. She ran crying
to the captain to beg him to stop the
"That won't do any good," her
brother shouted after her; "he can't
stop it. Don't you know about my
Hut the little girl made her pitiful
trayer to the captain, who ran to the
engine room, peeped down, and saw
the dollivithin reach.
"Wait a minute," lie said to the
little girl, and the ship went steadily
on its way ; but in a few minutes the
captain came back with the dollie
afe in his arms, all dripping with
salt waters but safe.
Only the ne:;t day there went a cry
over the deck of the steamer "Man
overboard!" Instantly a bell rang
in the online room, short, sharp
orders were given and obeyed, and
the great ship stood still in mid-ocean,
NV'ide the life-boat was launched and
slipped out alter the drowning man.
Then there was one very much astou
nd boy on board.
As soon as the steamer reached
Sydney, or as soon as possible the
boy received a handsome new ball
from the captain, with a note expre-s-
in.'? his regret that he could not ac
commodate his passenger, and stop
the ship to get the one left in the
Thus in diflerent ways God answers
our prayers. The captain thought it
not best to stop bis great ship for the
sake of a ball, yet the boy received
from him in due time a newer and
better one than he had lost. It was
not necessary to siop the ship in or
der to answer the little girl's prayer;
she begged him to do it, but, that
was because she did not understand
his power to save the dollie without ;
the thing she prayed for she received,
though not in the way she asked.
Yet the moment came, when, be
cause a human life was in peril, even
the great engine had to bo silenced,
and the course of the steamer
changed, and the captain had power
to do it.
If von have headache trv , Preston
Kot Equality, but true Superiority over
all other Blood Remedies.
Mercury enters into the composition of
ninny blood medicines, while with others
iodide of potasii is the principal ingre
dient, liorli these substances are poisons,
and while in some instances they lessen
the severity of the ravages of blood
poison, their use in the end are more
hurtful than otherwise. Itcar in mind Dr.
John Hull's Sarsaparilla is strictly a veg
etable compound, yet its effect on blood
filled with poisonous germ matter is like
water on the forked tongues of a flaming
fire. It subdues the evil instantly, even
when other medicines have failed. Again,
Hull's iyarsaparilla is frequently used after
the system has become poisoned by the
use of mercury and tiotash. It quickly
eliminates these mineral poisons from the
system, thus preventing and curing mer
curial rheumatism, potash sores, etc. In
all syphilitic and scrofulous affections,
Bull's Sarsaparilla is a true panacea. The
sequela; of blood poison, such as salt
rheum, eczema, king's evil, scald head,
boils, carbuncles, itch, sores, rheumatism,
neuralgia, etc., all permanently disappear
if the use of Hull's Sarsaparilla is con
tinue! a sufheient length of time.
W. A. Smith, Paducah, Ky writes:
"I was down sick with malarial fever for
over a month. The doctor gave me ton
much calomel and mercury, anil when I
betruu toitct Ix-tlcr rheumatism net in, and
my icft leu wjis nude cruoked. I thought I
would In- ;i cripple tor life, lint an ncqnnint
ance got me In ue liiillVSiii'Mipuvillii. which
gave me stivii','lii iiml cured my rheuma
tism, nnd now my leg i nearly straight
again and I walk on il very readily."'
R. !i. Walton. Cairn. 111., writes: " 1 ex
perienced the luiiTiirs of lilnod poison for
four long y :u . I l.ad three running sores
on my hotly as large as i.iy hand that would
never heal! and over a noen smaller ones.
My hair and eyehrows and whiskers all
cameor.tand I looked like n perfect scare
crow. I hecame discouraged trying medi
cine, hut asn last hope tried Hull's Sarsapa
ri 1 In. The us.- of -js hottlrs made me well,
hut there are sears on my hody that look
like dry had heen Uirns.''
RiS Children like I r. John Villi's Worm
TVstroyers. They taste gnod and never fail
to remove worms i f t hers are any. Trice 'St
cents. Try t hem.
lt: " Tlii' ilctnand fnrS't
is t'iieunil! . I iv mi v i" 1
!thn Tnnic Syrup
T cliill tn'(.irlnt'
in:!!!'1. l '' . p. re in. incuse." 1'. .1. I rchcr,
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Toi 1. Vwn: & N'Ns. 'hoie-cJr Aamt?,
.Us 177 nn,l !7H Pycitninn' St., Cincinnati, O.
IJccoinc nfllicted and remain so,
suffering untold miseries from a sense
of delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating and arousingtoliealthy
action all her crgans,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health to bloom on thj
cheek, and joy to reign throughout
the frame. It never fails to cure.
The Best Medicine ever Mads for Women.
" My wife hat been under treatment of
leading physicians threa yean, without
benefit. After uhi(r three bottlesof EitAD
n eld's Femaljj Kegulatoh she can do
HUH OWN COOKING, MILKING AND WASHING."
N. S. BRYAN, Henderson, Ala.
BuAPPiELn Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
"viM by druggist nt $1.00 per liottln
j ""iu ra
and other Rpoolal.
tlefl for liemli men,
Ladles. He. are war-
mm, ana no siampen on DOttom. Address
V. L. DO LULAS, Brockton, IUnH. told by
roil SALK RY
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