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TALMAGE ON THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. Tho Sectarian lllgot tiets m Scathing I num lullou Truth ami i:rror Now On Trial Ciue of Intolerance Liberality Comlnj;. Ukooki.yx, N. Y., Sept 0. Rev. Dr. Talmago, who Is now in Australia, wlipnco lie will shortly Bail for Ceylon and India, has selected as tho subject for to-day's sermon1 through tho press, 'Communion of Saints," tho text chosen being Judges I2:vl, "Then said they unto him. nay now Shibboleth; and he said Sibboleth; for he could not frame to pronounce it right Then they took him, uiul slew him at the passages of Jordan." Do you know the difference- of pro nunciation between shibboleth and sibboleth? A very small uud unim portant difference, you say. And yet, that difference was the difference be tween life and death of a great many people. The Lord's people, (lilead and L' phi-aim, got into a great light and Ephraim was worsted, and on the re treat came to the fords of tho river Jordan to cross Order was given that all Kphraimites coming there be slain. Hut how could it be found out who were Kphraimitcs? They were detected by their pro nunciation. Shibboleth was a word that 6tood for river. The Ephraimites had a brogue of their own, and when they tried to say "shibboleth" nlways left out the sound of the "h." When it was asked that they say shibboleth they said sibboleth, and were slain. "Then said they unto him, say now shibboleth; and ho said sibboleth, for he could not frame to pronounce it right. Then they took him and slew him at the passages of Jordan. " A very small difference, you say, between Gilead and Kphraim, and yet how much intolerance about that small dif ference! The Lord's tribes in our time by which I mean tho different denominations of Christians some times magnify a very small difference, and the only difference between scores of denominations to-day is tho differ ence between shibboleth and sibbo leth. The church of God is divided into a great number of denominations. Time would fail me to tell of the Calvinists, and tho Arrainians, and the Sab batarians, and tho Daxterians, and the Thinkers, and the Shakers, and the Quakers, and tho Methodists, and the Daptists, and the Episcopalians, and the Lutherans, and the Congre gationalists. and the Tresbyterians, and the Spiritualists, and a score of other denominations of religionists, some of them founded by very good men, some of them founded by very egotist'.c men, some of them founded by very bad men. But as I demand for myself liberty of conscience, I must givo that same liberty to every other man, remembering that he no more differs from rae than I differ from him. I advocate the largest lib erty in all religious belief and form of worship. In art in politics, in morals, and in religion, let there be no gag law, no moving of the previous 'question, no persecution, no intoler ance. You know that the air and the water keep pure by constant circula tion, and I think there is a tendency in religious discussion to purification and moral health. .Between the fourth and sixteenth centuries the church proposed to make peoplo think aright by prohibiting discussion, and by 6trong censorship of tho press, and rack, and gibbet, and hot lead down the throat, tried to make people or thodox; but it was discovered that you can not change a man's belief by twisting of his head, nor make a man see differently by putting an awl through his eyes. There is something in a man's conscience which will hurl off the mountain that you threw upon it and unsinged of the fire, out of the 11 a mo will make red wings on which the martyr will mount to glory. In that time of which I speak, be tween the fourth and sixteenth cen turies, people went from the house of God into the most appalling Iniquity, and right along by consecrated altars there were tides of drunkenness and licentiousness such as the world never heard of, and the very sewers of per dition broke loose and flooded the church. After awhile the printing press was fried, and it broke the shackles of the human mind. Then there came a large number of bad books, and where there was one man hostile to the Christian religion, there were twenty men ready to advocate it; so I have not any nervousness in regard to this battle going on between Truth and Error. The truth will conquer just as certainly as that God is stronger than the devil. Let Error run if you only let Truth run along with it Urged on by sceptic's shout and transcendentalisms spur, let it run, God's angels of wrath are in hot pursuit, and quicker than eaglo'sbeak clutches out a hawk's heart, God's vengeance will tear it to pieces. I propose to speak to yen of sec tarianism its origin, its evils, and its cures. There are those who would make us think that this monster, with horns and hoofs, is religion. I shall chase it to its hiding place, and drag it out of the caverns of darkness, and rip off its hide. Dut I want to make a distinction between bigotry and the lawful fondness for peculiar religions beliefs and forms of worship. I haTe no admiration for a nothingarian, in a world of such tremendous vicis' situde nnl temptation, and with a soul that must after awhile stand be fore a throne of instiiferablo bright ness, in a day when the rocking of the mountains nn I the flaming of tho heavens and the upheaval of tho seas shall be among the least of the exe'to ments, to give account for every thought, wor nction, prefereace, and dislike that man U mad who has no religious preference Hut o;ir early education, our physical tempera ment, our mental constitution, will very much decide our form of worship. George Whiteficld was goiug over a Quaker rather roughly for some of his religious sentiments and the Quaker said: "George, I ara as thou art; I am for bringing all men to tho hope of tho gospel; therefore, if thou wilt not quarrel with me about mj' broad brim, I will not quarrel with thee about thy black gown. George, give mo thy hand."' In tracing out the religion of sectar ianism, or bigotry, I find that a great deal of it comes from wrong education in the home circle- There are parents who do not think it wrong to carica ture and jeer tho peculiar forms of re ligion in the world, and denounce other sects nnd other denominations. It is very often the case that that kind of education acts just opposite to what was expected, and the children grow up, and, after a while, go and see for themselves; and, looking in tlio.se churches, and finding that the people are good there, and they love God and keep his commandments, by natural reaction they go aud join those very churches. 1 could mention the names of prominent ministers of the gospel who spent their whole life bombard ing other denominations and who lived to see their children preach tho gospel in those very denominations. Hut it is often the case that bigotry starts in a household, and that tiie subject of it never recovers. There are tens of thousands of bigots 10 years old. I think Eectarianism and bigotry also rise from too great prominence of any one denomination in a community. All the other denominations are wrong, and his denomination is right because his denomination is tho most wealthy or the most popular, or the most influential, and it is "our" church, and "our" religious organiza tion, and "our" choir, and "our" min ister, and tho man tosses his head, and war's other denominations to know their places. It is a great deal better in any community when the great de nominations of Christians are about equal in power, marching side by side for the world's conquest Mere out side prosperity, mere worldly power, is no evidence that tho church is ac ceptable to God. Detter a barn with Christ in the manger than a cathedral with magnificent harmonies rolling through the long drawn aisle, and an angel from heaven in the pulpit, if there be no Christ in the chancel, and no Christ in the robes. lligotry is often the child of ignorance. You seldom find a man with large intellect who is a bigot It is tho man who thinks he knows a great deal, but docs not That man is always a bigot The whole tendency to educa tion and civilization is to bring a man out of that kind of state of mind and heart There was in the far east a great obelisk, and one side of the obelisk was white, another side of the obelisk was green, another side of the obelisk was blue, and travelers went and looked at that obelisk, but they did not walk around it One man looked at one side, another at another &ide, and they came homo each one looking at only one side; and they happened to meet, the story says; and they got into a rank quarrel about the color of that obelisk. One man said it was white, another man said it was green, another man said it was blue, and when they were in the very heat of the controversy a more intel ligent traveler came, and said. "Gen tlemen, I have seen that obelisk, and you are all right, and you are all wrong. vhy didn t you walk all around the obelisk? Look out for the man who sees only one side of a religious truth. Look out for tho man who never walks around about these great theories of God and eternity and tho dead. Ho will bo a bigot inevitably tho man who only sees one side. There is no man more to be pitied than ho who has in his head just one idea no more, no less. More light, less sectarianism. There is nothing that will so soon kill bigotry as sunshine God's sunshine. So I have set before you what I con sider to be the causes of bigotry. I have set before you the origin of this great evil What are somo of the baleful elTects? First of all it cripples investigation. You are wrong, and I am right, and that ends it No tasto for exploration, no spirit of investiga tion. From the glorious realm of God's truth, over which an archangel might fly from eternity to eternity and not reach the limit, the man shuts himself out and dies, a blind mole under a corn shock. It stops all in vestigation. While each denomination of Chris tians is to present all the truths of the Ilitle, it seems to me that God has given to each decorr lnation v. espr:nl mission to give particular emphasis to some one doctrine; and so the Cal vinistic churches must present the sovereignty of God, and the Arminlan churches must present man's free agency, and tho Episcopal churches must present the importance of order and solemn ceremony, and the Dap list churches must present the neces sity of ordinances, and the Congrega tional church must present tho re sponsibility of tho individual member, and the Methodist church must show what holy enthusiasm, hearty congre gational singing can accomplish. While each denomination of Chris tians must set forth all the doctrines of the Dible, I feel it is especially in cumbent upon each denomination to put particular emphasis on somo ono doctrine. Another great damage done by the sectarianism and bigotry of tho church is that it disgusts peoDlo with tho Christian religion. Now. ray friends, the church of God was never intended for a war barrack. People are afraid of a riot You go down the street and you sco an excitement, and missiles flying through the air, and you hear the shock of firearms. D you, tho peaceful and industrious citizen, go through that street? Oh, nol you will sa', "I'll go around tho block." Tovr, men come and look upon this narrotf path to heaven, and sometimes sej the ecclesiastical brickbats llyinj every whither, and they say, "Well, I guess I'll take tho broad road; ther--is so much sharp-shooting on tho nar row road I guess I'll try tho broad road! " Francis I. so hated tho Lutherans that ho said that if ho thought there was or.o tlrci of Lutheran blood in his veils l-e .vould puncture them and let th it druo out Just as long as there Is so . Mich hostility between de nomination and denomination, or be tween one professod Christian and another, or between ono church and another, so long men will bo dis gusted with tho Christian religion, and say, "If that is religion I want nouo of it " Again, bigotry and sectarianism do great damage in the fact that they hinder the triumph of tho gospel Oh, how much wasted ammunition! how many men of splendid intellect have given their whole life to controversial disputes when, if they had given their life to something practical, they might have been vastly useful! Suppose, while I speak there wero a common enemy coming up the bay, and all tho forts around the harbor began to firo into each other you would cry out, "National suicide! why don't those forts blaze away in one direction, and that against the common enemy?" And et I sometimes see in the church of the Lord Jesus Christ a strango thing going on: church against church, minister against minister, denomina tion1 against denomination, firing away into their own fort, or the fort which ought to be on tho same side, instead of concentrating their energy and giving one mighty and everlast ing volley against tho navies of dark ness riding up through the bay! l'erhaps I might forcefully illustrate this truth by calling your attention to an incident which took place about twenty years ago. One Monday morn ing at about 2 o'clock, while her WQ passengers were sound asleep in her berths dreaming of home, the steamer "Atlantic'' crashed into Mars Head. Five hundred souls in ten minutes landed in eternity. Oh, what a scene! Agonized men and women running up and down tho gangways and clutch ing for the rigging, and tho plunge of the helpless steamer and tho clapping of the hands of the merciless sea over tho drowning and the dead threw two continents into terror. Dut see this brave quartermaster pushing out with the life line until ho gets to the rock, and sco these fishermen gathering up the shipwrecked, and taking them into the cabins, and wrapping them in the flannels snug and warm; and see that minister of tho gospel, with three other men, getting into a life boat and pushing out for tho wreck, pulling away across the surf, and pulling away until they saved ono more man, and then getting back with him to the shore. Can those men ever forget that night? And can they ever forget their companionship in peril, companionship in struggle, companion ship in awful catastrophe and rescue? Never! Never! Ia- whatever part of the eartli they meet, they will be friends when they mention the story of that night when the "Atlantic" struck Mars Head. Well, my friends, our world has gone into a worso shipwreck. Sin drove it on the rocks. The old ship has lurched and tossed in the tempests of six thousand years. Out with the life line! I do not care what denomina tion carries it Out with the life boat! I do not care what denomination rows it Side by side, in tho memory of common hardships, and common trials, and common prayers, and common tears, let us be brothers forever. We must be. One army of the living God, To his command we bow; Part of the host Lave crossod the flood, And part are crossing now. And I expect to see tho day when all denominations of Christians s'lall join hands around the cross of Christ and recite tho creed: "I believe in God the Father Almighty.Makcr of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, and in the communion of saints, and in life everlasting. Amen!" bits of banter. .Euskin Is Cassius a good "Ham let?" Thespis No; he's only achieved the first syllabic as yet "Is .Frauleln Sussmilch at home?'' "No, sir.' 'Tlease tell her that I called." "I will tell her at once." Dacon Does Tenman make any thing out of his writings? Egbert I don't know. I never could make any thing out of them. George, seriously Do you think your father would object to my mar rying yon? Ada I don't know; if he's anything like me he would. Mrs. Fogg You have bee na naughty boy, nnd I shall have to tell your ' father. Johnny Il'm! Just liko a ! woman! Can't keep a secret. He Pshaw! anybody can make i money, but it isn't overybody who can write a poem. She, significantly lou nro right I havo just read one of yours. Stranger What prico do you set on that red cow of yours? Mr. Haicede Sco here, mister, air you an asses sor, or has sho been run over by the ! railroad? I Rambler That Dartlett girl thinks ! a great deal of me. When I told her I was going around the world she asked mo to bo sure and writo her from every place I visited. Wilter Yes; she is collecting postago stamps. There is this difference between happiness and wisdom he that thinks himself the happiest man is really so, l"it he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the biggest foal. Industry, economy a'! prudence are the sure forerunners of success. They create that admirable combina tion of powers in ono which always conduces to erentufd prosperity. The iTvll of Fillet! tlieeo While the butter makers and deal ers are complaining of the inroads on their trade made by tho seductive oleomargarine or butterine, or glucose filled butter; and while butchers ara anxiously eyeing tho growing popu larity of cottolcne, rexino and other cotton-filled food compounds, tho cheesemakers and dealers have found a casus belli against the name king cotton that has appeared in all these disguised forms, says a writer in Mln neapolis Commercial Dulletin. Tho enemy of the eheese industry is what is known as "filled cheese." It has put in an appearance on this market, and being offered at 10j; cents, whilo full cream sells at 12.; cents, it is find ing much favor. Just what the com position of this new cheeso may be is not yet known to the general public here. It seems to bo a half skimmed cheese into which tome time in process of manufacture has been injected the all protean cotton-sced oil in lieu of tho abstracted cream. This sub stitute is said to be so skillfully in jected that tho resulting cheeso product is liable to deceive the very elect themselves. A good judge of cheeso may pronounce it full cream if off his guard. Tho principle of this innovation is a threat to the cheeso in terests just as the other cotton-seed oil compounds are. It is useless for the Jersey cow to compete with tho cotton field and negro labor in produc ing food fats. A shorthorned steer and an acre of cotton property com bined in the great laboratory of Phil Armour will produco more butter, chccte and pie crust shortening than the prize Jersey of the World's Fair. These wonderful discoveries in food products, so abundant and varied in these last days of the nineteenth cen tury, will cause the dairy and farming interests to shift to a new basis of operations for the twentieth century. Let suet and cotton-sced oil htve their place in cheap foods. If wholesome they were made for food and do law under heaven can for any considerable time stop the public from eat ing them. Let pure cow-milk prod ucts fill their own office. Let there be an end to spoiling good milk to make uoor cheese. To steal cream from cheese and make no return is one btep lower in fraud than to pay back in cotton-seed oil. As the population of this country increases as it is now increasing by the annual addition of a half million immigrants who con fess to no skill in labor and no prop erty accumulated; as this class in creases cheap food must necessarily be found. If cotton-seed oil will feed our needy unwashed brethren let them eat it It has the merit of be ing clean and wholesome a merit not always inherent in some dairy prod ucts as now made. The only point that should be insisted on is that it should bo marked by its right name. So also should such pure dairy prod ucts as half-skim, three-eighths skim and other grades of skim cheese be marked. I tilllug; Matte Product. The Elgin Dairy Keport tells how J. T. Polk of Greenwood, Ind., combines horticulture and dairying. Mr. Polk is one of the largest canners of corn and peas, and has utilized the corn husks, ear, pea vines and the refuse from these two products by en silaging them as feed for his dairy cattle. This utilization of what has heretofore been waste product to the growers of these articles for canners, shows the evolution of the times, and what can be done by a practical dairy man in many ways. The amount of labor and material that are thrown away on the ordinary dairy farm is as tonishing, when the close habits of economy of the farmer are considered. This material when placed in the silo and fermented according to the pro cess as carried out in this method of preparing feed, is of very great value, and the quantity and quality of rations that are furnished by it on the farm of Mr. Polk is astonishing. The milk immediately upon being received into the bottling room is aerated by having a draft of cold air forced' through it from the bottom of the tank; it is then passed over an aerator and cooler, and in this pro cess has passed through several strain in? operations, so that it comes to the bottling tank in probably as perfect a condition as is possible. The milk as it is received from the stable is 02 to 9.3 degrees, according to the weather, and in less than twenty minutes- is in tho bottling tank cooled to 45 or 50. Tho aeration and cooling giving the milk most excellent keeping quality, and producing a flavor that once had, a customer never wants to be without The value of these waste products utilized for ensilage, is practically nothing, as they are at present dis posed of. In this way they are worth a great many dollars every year, furnishing rations to a herd of Jersey cows, that if raised or bought would cost from S23 to $50 per cow. This is only the beginning of one of tfee many methods of reducing the cost of milk and increasing the profits to the producers thereof. Farmers and pat rons of creameries who complain of low prices for their products, could well afford to look into the little losses that amount to so many dollars in the course of a year in their own work. It is a very common thing to see from 50 to 100 head of dairy cows traveling over a 100 acre lot, without securing any large amount of feed. If the 100 acre lot was planted in corn or some other plant suitable for ensilage, it would probably furnish feed for the fifty cows' for biz months in the year without any other green food, and with the addition of only a small quantity of grain, would carry them through for the whole alx months. It is this method of reducing the cost and increasing the profits, that the dairyman must consldt? in hes times. Take' no Substitute for Royal Baking- Powder. It is Absolutely Pure. All others contain alum or ammonia. TV"" An English newspaper, in speaking of tho live classes of eggs found in London shops now laid eggs, breah fast eggs, fresh eggs, cooking eggs and finally eggs tells this storyr "Onco upon a time a shy young cur ate had tho honor of breakfasting with his bishop. Tho great man noticed that his guest was making slow progress with his boiled eggs and called cheerily across tho table to ask if thcro was anything wrong with it. 'Oh, no, my lord, stammered the young man in great embarrass ment, 'it's a very good egg and ex cellent egg in parts.' Flue I'lrturr lroi. Here's good news for any of our readers who are pinched by hard times. The Wrolson Spice company of Toledo, Ohio, are giving away manv fine pictures to drinkers of Lion colL e in exchange for large lion heads cut from Lion coffee wrappers. Besides pictures they also mail valuable book-, a knife, game, etc. It surely pays to drink Lion coffee, which is by far the fiuest sold for the price, and has a beautiful picture and card in every one-pound package. If you haven't an Illustrated Premium List, ask your grocer for a copy, or send 3'our namo and address to the firm above named. Judge How old are you, miss? El derly Female lam lam Judge Hotter hurry up; every moment makes it worse. P.rnnocK Pr.ooo Dittkiis taken after eating will relieve any feeling of weight or over fulness of the stomach. Sold everywhere. At tho bottom of thfi (loop Rons tho wator Is only a few dogrcus above tho freezing point. Hair Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. Pric?, 7.'c. Alexander thn Croat was donomlnatod Macedonia's Madman, because of hU rashness. Remarked by II. C. Joiner, of Allen P. ()., Hillsdale Co., Mich.: "Nothing gave my rheumatism such quick relief as Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil believe it infallible for rheumatics." Mrs. Lttehart My husband gave me some money this morning. Mrs. Spendit And are you going shopping to-day? Mrs. L. No, indeed, no shop ping for me to-day. I'm going down town to buy something. The Moilrrn Ueauty Thrives on good food and 6unshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gen tle and pleasant liquid laxative Syrup of Figs. Three Home Seekers' Kcurlon To all parts of the West aiyl Northwest via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. l'aul railway at practically half rates. Kound trip tickots. good for return paaire within twentv davs from date of sale, will bo sold on September 11 and and Oitobcr !. 1U. For further Informal ion apply to the nearest coupon ticket ajrent or address (J. H. lloafford. General I'assenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, Illinois. , "Deah me, said the bore, inter rupting the conversation at a few minutes after 12, "I believe it must bo timo for me to go." "Oh, no, it can't be," said the tired - girl, emphatically, "that time won't come around . again till to-morrow evening." BACKACHE. 1... remaps you uon i Know inai dack 4 AcnE and Lame Hack come from disor- y derof the Kipneis. We clveyoutwo ,f points; niuety per cent of Backache U due to Improper working of the kidnevs. Doan's Kidney Pills are pure cure for 4 all Kidney Complaints. This assertion i ran be backed by strongest testimony. Fifty cents w ill prove It to you. Foster MlllmrnCo., ISulTalo, N.Y., Solo Agents j, for the United states. t Trice, M conta por box, or nix boxes for ( f f2.50. Bont liy mail on receipt of price. ,ft For Mile by all dealers. Patents. Trade-Marks. (Vlairilnalloi ..J rl. . I.i....liiii. InrMition. Hfnil f-r " lnvMtfri' Otilrtr. r How to Got itnt." raises otjxsili. WAsnnarar. c. a HO L10RE GRAY HAIR imCCET.IXB. th only rnnli -atf for r. jiorlnn gray hair K Its nm una lori no dv and Jiarmles. Ttx,iiiTitl of 1vHt.nlnN. $.ix nT Nttie. IrwriM.r lUu-rKLrvrltk.to Wall st .N.Y. Treatise om tba h;tlropt on rBoaUia. FR&fe, (Mli li !tiintnl oliir and eo e a muiog'ia that will open TO VOir oppnrtruiln to win jrotir wiy to uqc&i ad fortune, a. 6. fAUUlt, rroprlotor. 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