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SAM SMALL IN CHICAGO.
THE WAGES OF SIN AND THE INEX
ORABLE FIAT OF GOD.
"I I.lkn When t Shoot tn a Hole to Hear
Something Or owl or Holler. It Shows"
There In Giiino Tliero) nnd tin (liiim
Would Not Holler ir It Was Not Hit."
Ciiicaco, Fob. 22. Sinco tlu coming of
6am Small tho attomlanco at the noon
in Hall has steadily increased
till now thuro is standing room only. Mr.
Small his exhortation by saying
that encouragement shoidd bo felt nt the
signs of th times. It would bo sad, Indeed
If tho moral sowers of Chicago Were full und
no answer responded to a call clown tho
on account of tho -n!Io -at ion of the
cleaners. But ntx answer was hoard.
"I llko," said he. "when I shoot Into a hoi
to hear something growl or holler, it shows
thero Is game there, nnd tho game wouli not
holler If It wasn't hit or seared."
Ho Uicn read Titus I., 15-lli: "Unto tlu
Iiuio all things are puro; but unto them thii
nro defiled and unbelieving Is nothing pure:
but ovpn their vain minds and coiuicloiioo is.
delllod. They r rof ass that thoyknowUod:
but in works thy deny Him, being abomin
nblo nnd disorient, and unto overy good
"They said thoy would romemlwr thnt these
instructions wero given to one who was to
preach tho gospel of Jesus Christ and to tel!
him tho characteristic: of the pcoplo ho would
meet with in tho Christhui mluistiy. To th
puro all things wore made to minister to pu
rity. If jK'oplo wero righteous thi'iuselve
they would lx found seeking to bring other
to righteousness, and to bring things into tlm
puro estato oJ Christ which thoy wero promised
was ono day coming. St. Paul, In hi
preaching, well know what tho human heart
was. St. Paul know tho character of tho people.
IIu had encountered It at times himself
when ho preached at Ephosus, and when h'
denounced tho practices and vices by which
thoy had n particular effect, thoro aroe u
great upn ar in Ephesus.
"When ministers preached against
belli und tho ilLstlllorlos aud tho breweries
aud tho rum-holes In this country, th
men engage! iu this business cried: 'On
craft Ls iu danger from tho preaching oi
tl eso men,' and thoy raided tlio cry of 'Puritan
1 Puritan i'
Ho used to havo something of tho sunn
feeling himself, but ho stood thero toda
with his mind enlightened by righteousness
and ho thanked 0(xl that, tho Puritans di
rected, through his mercy, tho way of tin
Mayflower to Plymouth Rock and planted o
this continent a race of free men. Their
wits tho best influence that had pre
served religion In this country. Ho closed I
n bitter denunciation of those who ballot ci
iu tho holo In tlw wall, the Grand Mogul dec
of can' tho Eldorado faro bauk, tho 1'ls
nigh d luch aud tho headache of to-day.
and i., a louueing liLs own determination to
coutinuii calling. men's consciences back from
their lctliargy that thoy might eventually arrive
at Immortal blcs.seduo.ss iu heaven.
At night at tho Chicago Avenue church i1
short service of singing and prayer procodo"
tho elLscourso of tho oMingcllst. Mr. Small i
troubled by his throat, and occasionally
In speaking. Ho preached from
tho text: "For tho wages of sin Ls death, but
the gift of God is eternal life through Jei,u
Christ, our Lord."
Tho sjx'akor said tho word "wages." which
had been used by tho translators of tho Kin,
James version, was hardly tho correct into?
prctntion of tho Greek word. Tho tnio tran
lation wits "rations," and had reference i
tho means used in support of tho nrmtos o.
those, days. Ho pictured slavery at th-South,
and said that u man in tho slavery oi
sin was in a worse londngo. Ho may seem
piosj or )us In his sin, but tho inoxom
bio Hat of God ls over him, that It tlmll uvul
him nothing. Mr. Small said:
"Tho sin of blasphemy Ls almost universal.
You can hear it on overy corner and in many
places of business. Tho newspapers nro full
of chronicles of quarrels started by a needle,
oath. Covotousnoss Ls another heinous sin. It
.leads often to tho blackest crimes. Mueoy
tho IHiisvillo giunblor, was shot for tlu Ill-gotten
money ho had about him. If the-men
had tho word of God In their mind .
would thoy have engaged In that brawl over
their cards and drinks, when ono of them met
a terriblo, brutal death?
"Tho young men of this country aro prone
to forgot tho nilngu to honor their father and
mother. They often dishonor them by enter
lug tho course of sin. I thank God that i
never dishonored my sainted mothor or noble
father, by words of mouth, however, I
them In my acts. I never called my
father tho 'old governor,' nor my mother 'tlw
old woman.' This sin leads to untold misery
and shame, A once prominent otlleinl of our
government had three sons dlo of debauchery
and a daughter In jail. How far this sin of
licentiousness has gonel A hi other iu Cincinnati
found his sister In a place of infamy
and was horrified at tho awful fact. Hut she
had as much right thero as ho had.
"I road iu tho Daily News to-day of a dor
gyman from Osceola, Wis., who was found
last night iu a drunken fit iu Cs"ow York and
thero roblicd of his watch and money, How
many gamblers In this city dlo broke; how
many saloon keoiors drunkards J Tho wugos
of sin Ls death.
"What must man do to escapi tho edict!
Every sin has it in tho seed of death. The
tombs In the graveyard have engrossed on
them tho worst record of lies In tho world If
those that died of their sins wero marked by
a red ling thd eoinotorlos would iweomo n
flaming field liko to tho elesolnto) regions of
hell. Ily tho morcy of Christ salvation Is
possible. Turn to Him and you will be mado
good. I feel suro of my salvation. I am
sure of it to-night. I trust all to God. I
strive not for wealth or tamo, hut l put my
trust entirely in Hex!. If I want long J'fo I
can hearken to tho voice of old Job, who
said: 'If Ho slay mo I will trut iu Him,'
and ho says:
" 'Trust in God and you will como to rlpo
nge.' If I want jwnco I seek, t in tho assurance
of tho Lord and trust it to him. If r
want honor 1 can turn to tlw uxnmploo"
Samuel, who said: 'Trust in tho Loid, for
Ue who honors mo I nh.o will honor Him.'
Do I wish for success, I inn taught by tho old
Hsabnht to trust to tho Lord. If I want
riches that great guerdon that leads many
to fahity I can look to Solomon, and ho
tolls mo to trust In tho Lord, for iu tho house
of the righteous thoro Is much treasure.
"So trnst all to God I am passing through
llfo peacefully, trust fully, joyfully. And so
I proclaim to you that tho promises of God
are Immutable, and ask you to put your trust
iu Him. May God bless you all, and make
you seek tho eternal home."
Tho Jlurrlniro of Thomas A. Kdlson
New Yokk, Feb. 22. Thomas A. Edison
will be married iu Ohio next Wednesday. He
will lx glvon a dinner by his uu.oolatos at
Dehnoiileo's on Saturday ovenlng, covers being
laid for about twenty-five. Immediately
after the dinner ho will start for Ohio Ills
confreres of tho congratulatory dinner party
will start after hhn Monday ovenlng In a
Mann boudoir car to bo present nt tho wedding.
Many beautiful presents have already been
forwarded, somo of them allegorical devices
uggestlvo of his Inventions. Immediately
after tlin wedding tho bridal pair will leave
for Florida, whore thoy will spend tho noxt
three months in tho pretty cottage which Edison
lms had shipped and set up among tho
tropical fruits and follago nt Foit Meyers.
N. J. Coleman, United States commissioner
of agriculture, is in town in conference) with
J. K. Hi-own, tho Now York state dairy
commissioner and othor gentlemen, to tnko
note of tho serious depression in tho dairy interests
of Now York and other states, v hlch
Ls nearly as great as tho agricultural depression
in England; nnd also to devise somo
method of maintaining tho putlty and reputation
of American products iu Europe,
many of which havo been seriously Jeopardized
by dishonest and unscrupulous dealers.
Mr. Brown said that tho enormous manufacture
of imitation, butter had endangered tho
wholo dairy Interests of Now York, which
amounts to $;00,(KX),000.
It no longer pays tho farmer to keep n
dairy, and If this state of tilings continues
two years more, 0 per cent of tho farms will
bo sold under foreclosure of mortgages. Already
all over tho state, young men aro leaving
tho farms and flockuig to tho cities, or entering
trades or profcslons. Mr. Brown, as
state connuLssionor, has caued an exhaustive
examination of tlw: healthfulness of oleomnr
gnrino from a physiological standpoint. It
will soon bo presented to tho legislature.
THE GRANT MONUMENT FUND.
Ita A flair Turned Over to the Incorporator
ut a Meutlni; In New York.
New Yoitic, Feb. 22. A meeting of tin
general committee of tho Grant Monument r
Rind association was held Iu tho director"
looms of the Mutual Life Insurance com
puny's building. Tho object of tho
tho personal transfer of tho alfnlrs of th
association to the cnuuulttos) named iu th
articles of iucoqxirutioii granted lost week at
Albany. After Mr. Levi M. Bates had lx"t
called to thu chitir, u motion was oltorod th.ti
tho transfer bo mado mid wits carried unanimously.
Mr. Patrick Farrelly moved that tho gen
end fonuiiitto'ti t.djouru indellultely. Tin
motion was opposed by Mr. Oliver Hoyt, win
said that ho considered that overy number e
tho general committee should fool a persona"
interest in tho success of tho fund. Ho sug
gested that the committee named in thu articles
of incorporation bo einjiowored to
appoint tui additional committee which
should push tho work of collecting contributions,
and that tho general committee wnt'h
closely tho work of such conmiitteo and
stand adjourned subject to thu call of the
Mr. Hugh N. Camp doplored tho failure of
tho fund so far. In hLs opinion this failure
was dub to tho lack of energetic work, to tlw
attempt to rnLso tho unnecessarily large sum
of $1,000,000 and to tho committee wasting
its efforts upon tho country at largo iiiteau
of conllning thorn to Now York State. Th
monument was a local matter aud the nuUo:,
nt largo ought uevor have hcon upjunksl to.
After further dLscussion tho motion to adjourn
indefinitely was carried.
Jacob Is Itrittralnc'd from Disposing ot
iy.Vt!),000 Hallway llomls.
Nkw Yokk, Fob. '!. On behalf of Ed
ward M. Knox, Counsellor Ira Shaffer
obtained from Judge Iugruham in the su
perlor court an injunction restraining Jnool
Sharp from dlsosing of $.I1!),000 worth o;
bouels o tho Broadway Surface Builroiu
company ; Junius A. Richmond from pirti.i.
with $1:15,000 worth of tho sanio bouds, an
James W. Foshay from iwrting with l'. Ji
shares of the stock of the road.
Tho facts on which tho complaint Is ba.s".
aro mainly taken from tho testimony give:
by the defendants when being oxnmlned lx -fore
tho legislative committee which Ls a1
present Investigating tho facto) In regard te
tho constructioi. of tlw road.
Mr. Knox brings his action as a stockholder
of tho Broadway nnd Sovcnth Aveuui
Railroad eoiupnny. Mr. Knox charges the
directors conspired and caused the incorporation
of the Broadway Surfare Railroad coin
uuy. Such incorixiratlon, ho claims, was n
fraud uj)on tho stoekholdoi's of tho Broadway
und Seventh Avenue Railroad company.
Will Drib ThroiiKh. (
Maachkstkk, Feb. J. Tho embarrassed
firm of Stelntliat & ,Co., South American
traders, who failed on Tuesday, shows their
liabilities to be 125,(557. A proposition to
pay ten shillings on tho pound has been accepted,
and the Ann will resume business.
Buwalo, N. Y., l'Vb. M. Tho jury in the
cuso have found a verdict
for $2,000 for tho plaintiff. Burdlct brought
suit against Dr. Freeman for $25,000 for
nlienating tho affections of plaintiff's wife.
Tho parties reside in Smothport, Pa.
Claims for Chinese.
San Francisco, Feb. 22. Tho Chine --e
consul genornl states tliat claims for about
$500,000 will bc presented ngnlust the states
for damngod inilletod upon tho Chiuoso in
person and property In tho various riots nnd
outrages that havo occurred.
A proposition Is in congress to pension
milltiameu, m hp'is, who were disabled whilu
iu the service of I no United State
TEE IN MSTRIOUS TORIES.
rHEY ARE CIRCULATING A R.1PORT
OF A SECRET ALLIANCE.
SIrsncs to tho Cnrlton Club Shown In
Support of tho Statement Tho Story Do-tiled
In Government Circle Geriuun
Chestnuts Puppet nnd String.
London, Feb. tSJ. Tho Tories aro industriously
circulating a report tint a secret
treaty of alliance has been signed between
Princo Bismarck and Mr. Gladstone. Tho negotiators
of thO treaty aro said to havo been
Count Herbert Bismarck and tho Earl of
Rosel)crry, Mr. Gladstone's now foreign secretary.
Sovoral telegrams from Berlin to
members of tho Carlton club aro exhibited In
support of tho statement. Theso dispatches
assert that overtures wero first mado By tho
Karl of Ilosebcrry to Count Bismarck during
tho interval between Lord Salisbury's retire
meut nnd Mr. Glndstono's assumption ol
ofllco; that they progressed rapidly and wero
soon taken in hand personally by tho two
premiers; that Mr. Gladstone was tho mora
anxious of tho two to effect tho alliance, aud
that all tho concessions tliat wero mado were
on tho British side.
Tho Tories claim that Princo Bismarck was
allowed to partially dictate tho formation of
tho now cabinet by Mr. Gladstone's consent
to his demand thnt tho former Lllioral secre
taries for foreign affairs, for war, and for the
colonies Karl Granville, Lord Hartington
and the Karl of Derby sliould not Iw
to thoso ofllccs. By this means, the
Tories say, tho German chancellor removed
from hLs path Earl Granvlllo whom ho regards
with a mixture of hatred and contempt
aud secured tho appointment of tho Furl of
Rosnborry for whom ho has a sort of patronizing
iiiTectlou. This story Ls deniod in government
circles but it receives considerable
credence elsowhoro, as It goes far toward explaining
tho aggressive confidence with
which tho young foreign secretary, has
grnsjH'd tho dlfilv'ultios of his new ofllco.
Nobody exiwetod to find him possessed of
any moro backbone than Karl Granny, as hi
venerable predecessor Ls Irreverently called.
When tho cabinet was announced It was generally
remarked that It contained at least two
men who woidd bo dummies In their respective
places, and that Mr. Gladstone would
havo to be tho reiU foreign secretary and
chancellor of tho exchequer. But tho Earl of
Rosobery, hitherto a dilettante in state craft,
astonished his friends and foes alike by tho
firm, decided and oven (hiring character of
his administration of tho foreign oillce.
Ho announced that ho would follow the
general Hues of Lord Salisbury's foreign pol
icy but ho has Salisbury in
demonstrating that England is determined
to mnko her weight and counsel felt in tho
affairs of Europe and tho east. His course of
action Is so completely different from tho foreign
policy of Mr. Gladstone's last government
that tho Tories say it is ovidout ho is
suro of tho backing of the Iron Chancellor
and Ls over confident of tho valuo of such
mpiwrt They object, however, to tho alliance
becauso thoy say Bismarck Ls not in the
habit of backing young men for nothing;
tlint the British foreign olllco will lw mainly
occupied in pulling Gorman chestnuts out of
international fires, mid that Kosolwry Ls only
a pupjict after all, but with strings pulled
from Berlin instead of Downing street.
A ltohitlvu of Vice I'roMtilent Iloudrloks
Applies tho Lush.
Anita, Iowa, Fob. 22. Miss Graco Hendricks,
a roLatlvo of tho late vico president,
publicly cowhlded H. L. Brown, a leading
member of tho Congregational church, on tho
Btreet here. The cause of tho young woman's
Indignation seems to liavo lwen an alleged
slander against hor character, said to have
been promulgated by Brown. Most of tho
townspeople sympathize with MLss Hendricks,
who has borne a sixtlcs reputation.
Tho exact nature of tho calumny against
hor attributed to Brown, docs not appeur,
but seems to havo coupled hor name with
that of a young man about towm. Brown,
after receiving a sliarp cut across tho faei
with tho cowhide, beat a hasty retreat. Tho
girl followed striking hhn reiwatedly
the head and shoulders. Tho uffair created
a great sensation.
Tex., Feb. 22. Smallpox has been
doolared epidemic at Fort Worth. Dallas, by
tho proclamation of tho mayor, laid quarantine
against that city anil overy othor town
in North Texas will follow. Conunercial
travelers who wore at Fort Worth havo hur
rlod out In anticipation of a general cmanui
tine, many of thorn arriving hero at ulghr
Quarantine officers were dispatched frop
Dallas on nil the outgoing trains lost night :
roads by which tho people could roach this
city from Fort Worth'.
Dukakcio, Colo., Fob. 22.-C. F.
of tho Southern Uto agency, In com
jiany with Interpreter Archulette, Chief
Ignacio of tho Utes, Buckskin Charley, chief
of tho Wiuuenuiccas, and sovoral other
chiefs, will leavo immediately for Washington,
where they will try to make a treaty
with tho government for tho removal of their
tribe from this state?
Caught on tlm Scan.
Nkw Yokk, Feb. 22. A siwclal to tho
Times from Washington said that Rear Admiral
Jouott had telegraphed tho secretary of
the navy from Asplnwedl that tho United
Statcn steamship Gnlona has sailed for Koy
West, jTloiidu, with tho steamship City of
Mexico as a prize. Tho City of Mexico has
considerable notoriety as a flllhustorlug
New Yokk, Feb. 22. Tho jury in tho enso
nf tho ltov. Robert II. White, charged with
;rlniinal nssault by Miss Elfreda Robinson,
after sjxmdlng tho night locked up in tho
court house at White Plains, West Chester
county, camp into court and announced
through their foienum that thoy could not
n'greo and that thero was no chanco of their
agreeing. Tlry wero then discharged. Thu
jury was evenly divided, six being iu favol
of conviction aud six for acquittal
PAFHETIC APPEAL OF A MOTHER.
tier Letter Plnadtnt; With im Abiout Sou
to Kotiirn to Ills Home.
MiNiTEAroufl, Fob. S3. Ono of the most
xmchlng appeals that have ever come to
Dhlcf West for aid was received In u letter
!rom Mrs. Nelllo Jones, of Now Haven,
Donn., iu search of an absont boy. Ills
Is inclosed and It bears tho pollto
"Please roturn this as It Is tho only
I have of my dear boy." Tho letter Ls
lllod with that forvor which can only como.
.'rom a mother In her outpourlug of grlof
)vor a child that Is lost to her. It details how
10 loft tioino mysteriously about two years
igo, and uas not siuco returned or
with his parents. Ills name Is Wllllo
lones, aged about fifteen years.
After searching various parts of tho west,
ivhoro through vory vaguo clues sho behoved
aim to be, tho mother finally reached tho contusion
that ho was In Minneapolis employed
In a restaurant. No reason Is assigned in tho
:ommuulnitiou to tho chief for his
ocarauce from homo. The following beautiful
letter, which sho has WTlttcn to her son in
:are of tho chief, Ls to bo given to tho boy
when ho Is found:
'My Di:aii Bov: Having heard that you
wore In Minneapolis, I want to have you write
to mo and tell mo why you loft your father,
3r why you did not como to mo nt puce, when
you know my heal t ls breaking for you, nnd
how I long to havo you homo with me. I
aavo waited patiently In my loneliness of
heart for two long years. I havo prayed God
to protect and guide jou iu all your ways anil
ictioas, and, Willio, my dear son, If wo novor
meet hero, my earnest wish for you Is to bo
careful of your company and habits. Bo
careful of your tciupor, lest In somo unguarded
moment you might say or do some
thing that might cnuso you a life of regret.
lft"Now, take your mother's advice und warning,
nnel remember any tinio you wish to
como to mo write and I will forward you a
ticket. With mo you con always have a
homo nnd a heart that Iwatoi for you and .
you nlcma until death stills its boating.
So conic to mo, my boy. Come to your
mother who loves you with a lovo that knows
no eneL Como and glvo my aching heart rest
and nil will be well. Now, good-by, uad mar
God hasten your stein to mo. Year
tionn to mother."
RAMPAGE OF A COOPER.
Under thu Influence! of Dad Whisky Commits
Pawtuokkt, It. I., Fob. 22. A few days
ago Edward Carnoy, of East Cambridge,
Mass., was hired through tho Post to work
for Georgo Worndl & Co., barrel manufacturers.
Carney arrived hero and drove out
to Mr. Worrell's houso, at 9 Goriuanla street.
On being admitted in doors by Mrs. Worrall
do immediately attempted to embrace her.
Tho lady's sister, MLss Nelllo Biggors, coming
to tho rescue, ho knocked tho hitter down ami
clutched her by tho throat.
One Herbert O. Craig rushed in and attacked
Carney with a barrel stave, but failed
to make hhn loosen his hold and went to seek
n moro effective weapon. At this point an
other sLster named Alice Biggins ontored tho
room and was set upon by Carnoy. Sho fled
anil catching her foot In a briar, fell to the
ground. Carney pounced upon hor and
drawing a pocket knife, plunged tho bludo
reiHuitccily Into hor body.
At this point a son of Mr.
Worrall came upon tho scene nnd struck Carnoy
with a stone In tho back of the head. Tho
blow seemed to soler tho brute, who turned
from his victim and ran. Ho was chased and
captured by neighbors nnd banded over to
tho police. Ho Is a well dressed, good looking
man thirty-live years old, and states
tliat ho has worked at coopering at
Mass., sinco last October, leaving tliero
on Tuesday last. MLss Alice Blggers Ls about
twenty-eight years of ago. Her couditi6n Ls
critical and fears are entertained that her
wounds will provo fatal.
POISON IN HER MEDICINE.
1 Wlfo'x Story of Hur Husband's Attempts
to Get ltld of Hor.
Hastings, Mich., Fob, 22. Tho trial of
W. J. Carveth for an attempt to ix)in his
wlfo oponed here with tho testimony of. the
wife herself. She detailed tho astounding
persistence of hor husband to kill hor by putting
jxilson iu her medicine. Sho assorts that
more than ton times she saw her husband put
Into her medicine a white powder, which
mode tho elosos very bitter.
On ono occasion sho Insisted that ho also
should partako of tho medlciuo so doctored,
and after doing so ho vomited almost
Not deterred by tho suspicion thLs
mast naturally havo aroused sho assert ho
jontlnueel attempting to tnko her llfo until
several samples of tho medicine in which ho
had placed the jioisau wore secured, properly
labelled, und placed In tho hands of tho authorities.
Sho then, though idmost dead with
a poculiar kind of paralysis, had him nrrestoxl
and bound over for trial. Since then sho has
partially regained hor health.
Severest cross-examination faileel to shako
hor testimony. Tho couple nro young, and
Carveth is not all tho man one would suspect
of such a criino. Tho motive Ls so far
undovekxxl, but Ls said to Ho in Cnrveth's
intimacy with another woman in tho neighborhood.
Disappeared from Home.
Cincinnati, Fob. 22. P. T. Cudlipp, telegraph
operator, has been missing from his
homo In Richmond, Va., sinco tho 17th of last
December. Ho was laboring undor nn attack
of melancholia. Ho is about twenty-five
years old, five feet oight inches high, largo
bluo eyes, light hair, small, Hgh. mustache,
largo gold filling in front tooth; wore black
overcoat aud black felt hut.
More Cincinnati Frauds.
Cincinnati, Feb. 22. Tho prosecuting attorney
of the Citizons' Hundred preferred
charges against County Auditor Joseph
Brewster, before tho county commissioners.
Thoy churgo that ho drew a warrant In favor
of W. S. Cnppollor for percentage on tho collection
of tho Scott law tuxes, without regard
to and against tho law, and. ask that ho bo
IIaiitfoiu), Conn., Feb. 22. Th' mmromn
court bos sustained lcaso of the Air Lino railroad
between Now Haven and WllllmantJo to
tho Now York, Now Havcu &. Hartford Railroad