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TE JOURNAL. MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10. 1894.
VJ -A. -is. lLL-i. -JL -Z-J CENTS! SITUATIONS I HEAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. ThkTopkka 8tti Journal guarantees, every day it is printed, to Kve a local circula tion more tiiau (iouD,t t lat of any other Top kapaT. a.nl ty far ior than mil OiU.r lull., ( ombinii. This makes this paper trie chrapeit. as wi-il as tue best daily advertis ing: med.um in fopek.i. tue classified advertise fijiats bcwK cost.ng tut FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a line for a week; 50 cents by the month. (.My I'iroul&tiou eve -yday exceeds 6.000 total circulation over j,iu. .-(worn ii .t,.; l ,.;ts:r (;iti of circulation pre sented on a-.ipucaeion i v'-Ca.l a. i 1 see ai y afternoon between 4 and E hanii -omest. fa-tet. most vrfeet pwo ofiprluting t'taouiner iu Kansas a Woo Ferfect iiii pre, n iiicn pr.iiis ironi two to lures com plete 8-page papers a wcuni SITUATIONS WAN TED-FREE. Art you a r1 o work? If so, von are at Ifbert) to u the' ilumoi for tssiitauos ia r at d.rpatim- While tais notioe appear the btin Jouitx.tL wi.l piiiiiLsti free on Saturday, Moo Jay an J Tuesia). fur Topeka or lvansai people, aJ notices of "3 tuitions Waotfl l," not exci'rtduir five lines, or thirty-live words, ia length. FT vided tB4t all advertisements of to aa'ur ar handed in previous to ten o'r,.i :, Saturday r l-iraiug; aiso on Wednes day, Thursday zad E'-idav, all advertising of tins rluj luujii m ty urn o'clock Wednesday morning. No ajferf!jemnti of th! nature to bo started except oil 3 ,turua s an 1 Wednesdays. No ob ligation is incurred on t.ie part of tue advertis er. No worthy and nedy man or woman need tcsitaie to ta- .i i'.nu;'! of this oler. No one in business or having employment Is expected to take a dvautasr of It, but ail other! lnvit&d U avail memsoivei free y. WANTED HELP. VAXTEIM Chamt erniaid, must give refer- ...... . - - Aeencv. sm3 Kansas & e. "IVaNTEIV- Sittiatl n by voting widow, with daugirer. to k"ei house for widower. Wages no object. Address is. A., Journal ofiice. ANTED A pood girl for general house works 813 Tyler st. "VVr ANTED Good eirl, country preferred, for genera : housewJ k and care two babies; two grown Jeople; nr. wash; Rood wages; long J jb. Mrs. liyatt, SI5 'Vest 12ifi. " A r A MEH Situ at i m by a young girl 15 years of sum to assist in housework or take care of children. Address, L. H., 71 Lake St. 1TANTKlt By a ifjt.t colored eirl. a (rood s'eady place to work, t an give the best ot reference-., 14uo v ist l-itn St. A'AN'l K; l'laca ii ire-smaking shop to do cutt.D.-ana nun p. lan jrive roiereuoes. Aauress, Jt . ii.. au 5 urea t. ITAM i:i Positioo by Kiri 16 years old to gfucrai uousewiT.. tau at lo Aorta Jef ferson at. AY ANTK'i Experi Mice 1 c'.ottiing and boot hub i-icrn. 4iu ivaasas ave. AN 1 1- j) A shoe salesman: references re- quireu. Answer to box 4ol. lopeka. Kan, AN 1 Kj Keliabia men and women to rep resent us in this city. Kasy work and good pay jopeaa cojtt o., Last 5tn St. A N T hi ) Man at d wife: man to work with stock mi farui. woman to cook; no wa.-,ti-cood w.ii.'o?. J ami 2 miles west of N.orth. "a. v. l'. Updj4iaiL WANTED -MISCELLANEOUS. "VAN" ! lo Tctt Bn unfurnished room, , in it have a larsi closet. Address I. Lt.. Journal orlne. ' XVAMl.h-'Jo buj a second hand Reining . 'v !ew r ter; ca.ih. Address "l;em.n'- iuu, journal oilice. AXTKi in nice private fami'v few mora boaruers; rooms to rent; 31J Vest 7th st. "TAMK!i-H(,rse ;o use for feeding. Must oe inert driver. Address joumai. A A 1 K!) 1 iano tiiuinsr by 8. F. Hoean. 1 h rte. ii year.-, eu!oed by K. Ji. oiiud. l io an Hie ji.auo tunij for the following firms oriers iei: at either nai-e-K. 11. Ou?id. ju ivau,as aveiiue, or liat cock m I rost, 7t)l Kansas A , Kl Hotels, restaurants, hoarding i ,i",ur-?. ;i!jd Prvitt) lamuies to useXove oj s lireaktaat t laKeS. lt Is Ilia best. " V" AN TED Gaso!ii. t ook and heatin? stoves r' . , rt'i'itir. Nov snup cr stored. Cad Itis lluu Sr.)vF. Erpaik Co., ? r-asttighi.il street. A AMHmisoi(ij stoves to repiirac tin stiop. Kansas ae. (.Saeidou hard ware store.) ti. U. U e. ' A 1 '- u si s unli real estate loaus. unon tiret'iisjiiii. yy AN TED -To mov. , MdKKor ship house T h.ud g )ous. treilit. etc. MLRL UA.Nia litA.N-itLK Si sluHAGE CO. FOR RENT-HOUSES. JOIt liEN 1 I'our rtoia house; 423 I'olk St. i!iv ' E tT7 1 l'.usf iu :ru parts of the c"- l- i-- howiii ta Co.. 116 West eth st jnj,'" "r uuiumtshed l'of, sJ-(-4 ei-ht room house. 615 FOR RENT-ROOMS. F'V NVslTtu"0su ct0 Stove- BiS bargain. 1' 'boa 'd a'. '-'"i Y "f rooms and table i'iarty f"u rLui'Vi41 Ptairs apartments, ' nisnfta. corner 4ih ana Jacti.ou, FOR 3AuE-REL EST AT t or more a, : ioi-im'. V '''u tracts ol a acres toie Agent. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. l - 1 -ai.!. cry c wm.ied rid.nn at k..socartau t liafues; V'V: a spndid long d dnvirisr pony tmare.) . In, iu.ro 7j4 Tayior st ol i ftxxis; almost new lajlorsts. n. e. cor. l.-m aud vr. Al.rM ery ot l'ii t"i.. 1 he h )r? eap. Horse, harness and " is sound, geutie and es-Ai;-'S or chimrn to drive ej at acraice. iter. e; st ' -a ' tea to .a aiioui. tue ctU. t iaeaj. L. i:i.,.;.. i,r-4 y 1 LrOK SAl.K-ioj u ftol,l t.-.--,,, ..... , a'tt.51' PUn; bargain if n-JOVUU i "ALlt .'hort t Inierent, b,uw m loans U u ctmS rnkiusjiaa. I7 K.l!:.1:v?"ri"'iirnSl . a L'uieu. jec. ctliaud ettl IOTt SALE Cheap. Two exception a1 lr fins oriiaas for cash or on payuieau. Kortla Quinoy st. IOli SALE Glit edga first nir rtt age. 7, 8, 9, 10 per cent, stmoa Ureenspan. ITOlt KEAL estate or rental property see Benedict Si Co., 601 Kansas ave. MISCELLANEOUS. C1ASH GIV'K.V AAV A V $ 1 .0 X).0O will bean ard- ed iu eighty -tour cash awards for correct replies to our word mix up. r-eu l addressed stamped envelop for the mix up, lo the J 'jorsuce Medicine company, St. 1'aui, Al jju. JUST found t!ie place where yo i can get your furniture rep tired and aiso packed for saip meut. Cleaning and lam; carpets a specistty. Ail kinds of general jot-oini; wort done on s lort notice. Woi k. g jarau.eed oy a good mecnamo. o. 417 AVest Tenth street. IjlANO TL.N.-K Ail ordars left at K. B. (rtiiid's, 7i3 Kansas aveaue, will ua promptly attended to. Ssaiuuei Tracey. UAKNESS AM) REPAIR WoKK. Harness and shoA Ktiop; pai-ent leat.ier polish for buggy tops; repairs ia a.i kinus of laa her goods; snoas ha.t soied forty ceiats. K. i. ilau Sersou. HS;i West Mixta street. C"i A It PEN TE li and repair work. Address, J Win. Keedy, box 8-ja, -north, lopeka, Kans. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS on farms and city property made at low rate. 1 nvileua of paying Moj or more. 1. L. Betzer, 519 Kansas ' avenue. .Dudley's bauk. MONEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house hold goods and ah kinds of chattel securi ties. L. Biscoe. ifsi Kansas avenue, room 3. rO.Nti to loan on bonds, mortgages or per- sonai notes. Simos Or ke-spa?c. a OOP notes and mortage bought and sold. felilON UKEENSPIN, PAItTIES wishing a safe and peyicg Invest metit for their money, cad at once on S. M. AVood Co., 534 Kansas ave. CRPEJTCJLENHNIG. 11 -J:M.'L A I'rocess. Satisfaction guaran teed. I. H. i'osdick, 8o7 Chandler St. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. G. H. GRAHAM. M. D ,, SPECIALIST. e32 Kansas avenue, eye, ear, nose and throat, catarrn. riietima tism, lungs and iiver, biood and sk.n diseases and diseases of women and enddren. Consultation and advice Iroe. Ca.is attended day or night, 3' Kauscs avenue, upeka. Kan sas. Inose who can tins moutii 1 wiii Ilea, lor io per niouth until cured; so cad at once, tele phone 307. 31. Ii. WAUD, A.M., 1LD 717 KiSSAl AVKXtJB. Hours-. 2 to 5 p. m. Pr.vate hospital for woinea B03 Ureenwood avenua. 1) K. li. ii. Coicord, , Kidney and Frivate dia bases. Kaasas avenue. 1) li. Cr. A. TL EL. Ke-daence 901 Quinoy Street. Ofnee, 900 East 4th street. HKN KY V. KOB Y, M. aJ. I Wn ," 4 'lOfiKA, Kansas. f JjUIIULUJ. s. E. SHErjJO.V, M. !.. euBUKKir Ajfo DtsEASKi or toMty, with prirata liospita- Ohlca: No. 7'JJ Kansas J. C SriiH.'.iinioca. A. M., t. I. i'raiicos Storra, A- B., M D. MfriiIXTOCl A HTOaKS, Practice limited to SUKtiEUYaad OISKASSS OF WO-MdN- a3j K aiivai avenue. UOkia uoars. S to p. in. TUAU B A It.Ni-j, M. D. OfTice 7S3 Kan. Ava. llesidpnca. 13,h ao 1 Clay. Office Hours J a. m. to 11 a. m .aial p. rx ta 6 p. m. fauua SW. D li A U A 11 1). iUUSU, 709 Kaisu Atki'oi Te'. . TJK. J. K. MULVANE - tpeciai attention givea to chroDlo diseasus. oilca opea u-a itouis, 600 Ka. Avo. rhone 8i L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE jLnd residence cor. Gordon street anl Ontrai ave.. Xorj lorwu.s. Paona alt. Uses Uie Brinkerholf system ot fcieut trea meut, a succes-iui and paiuioss trealuaeni tor juaes, nsuna, hshure, u.cerauoo. etc DENTISTRY. EO. E. AaiaiO.S, 1).1J. s.. HENTIST. N. W. corner Eighth and Kansas svanjes, Topota. Kansas. FIRE ALARM NUMBERS. 4 Morse and Jackson st. 0 Kansas ave. and haaroad (t. Goidon and Taylor sts. t Laurent and H"arr.jn sta. Grant st. stud Topekaava. 8 "A" st. and Topeka ave. 13 Kansas ave. and Eourth it. 1 Kansas ave and Second it. 14 No. l :iaton. Kansas ava. nsar 6ardfa 15 Monroe and Kiotis st. IS Kansas ave. and Garfield it. J7 Kansas and Tenth aves. 1 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth it. It Kansas and Euciid ave. SI t rana and Adams .s. 82 No. a Station, 7th i. near Kium int Sm Lake st. and Kast f-ixth ava. 84 Fourth and Brtinner sts. id Seventh and Hoi.idhy sti. 16 EiKbth ave. and Madison it. 97 Tehtia are. and fac and Ix f tat roaL S Seventeen ..'i and Jeifersoo iu. ia Third and Monroe kts. II Sixth and Topeka aves. Sixtii ave. and C ay St. W No. s Station, Jeffer-on st. aa.ur Feurtlv 4 Wesiern ave. ami N.nth it. ao Tr."ih and lopeka aves. 4 Fourth nd Tavior s". 7 No. 4 station. Clay it. near Elxktla rt ts Twelfth and Tay or sis. 4J Euciid ave. and liuchanan it. Thirteen th and l ane Hva. s Eievetvh st. and Morrki ava. Seventh and Lane st. 47 Topeka are. and Th.rd it. kj Eleventh and Monroe its. t3 Tenth ave. and l.awreuoe It. til K:em and Sewari aves. ' l. No. 4M East Sixta ave. iii E uclid ana Cohere are. 41 Van Buren and '! well th its. tl CJuioey and i rane it. M Fourth and LaFayette sti. Boxes north of river. Fire alarms are sour -de-d uoori the trsrr beD t department headquarter by strtxii.g: tlie number of the s'tnai station nearest th I re, ia this manner: If f-r box 4. four t ist net s-rt ke and repeated; if for box 58. one stroke, D ior! ra-.se. tti-n three iircn.es. and rpo;ed, t.iui. -III. I-1II, eto. 5W" is lociilfd 'r a 1 hrei within tl.e district bounded by 1-iiOt. Niatu. Jackson and Quincy Itreeci. Tin stkokhs. ai-d repeated, followed by the number of the signal station nearest tue r.te, li the hcoxd iuhm-for a serious fi-e. Thrf.b srKoaa. foUowod by iwslti, and repeated, is the onriaat a la r m lor a vtrf daogerous fire, and calls out tue entire dapri meat with a deta i of police. Two iTaoit. slowly, indicates rrvtit r OCT. One long wbii' le from wator wot ks. for t-re sou tl of river. 1 area whtabuM xruaa auhe, tai fta-aa xvorUa of river. Rudv'a Pile Sunnositorv la ?uaranted to cure Pile and Constipation, or money refunded. 50 cents per box. Sund itarnp lor circular and free sanaDle to Martin Rudv. L9nna-r I!. Pnr Yr all firstciasa drug-fists, and in Top.?ka hy W. aiu aeaneay, corner a ourta ana manias avenua 313 and 114 AVest iitiu Peerlt sa E team Laundry. Peerless Steam i-aundrr yvftrle Steam JLauudrj. ZHfl F2 1C3TS. TEAUTS TO MD1 OX. Xa Effect on sal after Asa. 5. 183. WXSTBOCJTD. Leave Tope it. Wichita local... 113i 8:15 am 10:35 am. 10:40 am Oklahoma &J III lis S 15 am 10:35 am 10:40 am 6; :30 am, 11:80 am ; 11:50 ana a 1:35 pmi 3:35 pnij :4i pm xexas local... Den. Si Tex. Elm California Lim.. Kansas City & Topeka plug.. Colorado lgbt Express alaa. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 109t 4:30 pm 6:40 pm 7 153 9:05 pm. 11:20 pm 11:80 pm :30 am Between Kansas City and Topeka omy. EASTBOUND. ' Arrive i Ieava Topeka. Topeka Arrtve Kansas City. Trains. K. C. Local Chicago Vesti bule Lim Columbian Lim. Missouri Hiver Night Ex Topeka and Kansas City , Phig 2ian. & B. Acc. Ex. bunday... 114 e 4 8 110 154 1:50 pm, 2:00 pm 4:20 pm 1 2:33 pm 2:55 pm 5:00 pm 7:10 puai 13U pin 5:40 am 5:46 am! 3:00 am 7:30 am 9:40 am 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. Trains. No. Leave i Leave Arrive St. Joe.'Atchis'n Topeka. Pacific. Mexico &. Texas Ex press Accom.(ex. Son.. 105; 121 7:55 am 5:55 m S:53 am 11 :05 am 7:30 pm 10:40 pm j Leave : Arrive iTopeka. 'Atcuis'n Arrive St. Joe. Accora.(ex. Sunl fct. Joe Evening Express 122' loej 7:0J ami 4:30 pm! 9:50 am 11:15 am 6:35 ntnj 7:35 pm Buy railroad, PuUnian or steamship ticker of KOWLEY BiiOS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or V. C. Gaevey, Agent at Depot, Or AJi on &t Son, Atteuts, North Topeka. HCCZ I3LAS9 LOUT 2. In effect on and af tar April 29, 1894. WESTBOUND. iS Leave Arrive Trains. ? Kansas Topeka. : City. Leave Trains. No. Kansas Arrive Leave City. Topeka. Topeka. Bolid Vestibule Express A 11 11:20 am 1:25 pm 1 -.35 pm Throusrn Fast Express B 8 9:20 pm; 11 :30 pm 11 :40 pm Chicago. Texas Express A 1 10:35 am! 12:40 pm 12:56 pm Southwestern LvS. J. ! Express A 13 9:35 am 12:40 pm Southwest Night Lv S.J. i Express B 3 8 :tK pm U :80 pmll :50 pm EASTBOUND. . . ) Arrive Trains. No. Arrive j Leave Kansas Topeka. iTopeka. City. i 1 : 1 8:25 pnij 3:30 pmj 5:35 pm :45pm! 3:50 pm 5:55pm lAr S. J. 3:55 pm 7:2opin lAr S. J. 5:50 am ; i:20am 5:35 am 5:45 am! 6:00 am: 8:00 am A Dally. B Daily, except Saturday. C Daily, except Monday. For tickets, sleepine-ear berths and general Information, call at City Ticket ofiice. Col Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, ('telephone 4,iu; at Passenger Station, corner First street and Kansas avenue, (telephone 3e4); crat Post-office. iSorth Topea. (.teiepnone 3ti4). H. O. GAKVEY. City Passenger Agent. U1I0H PACIFIC. Change of Time. In Effect February 7, 1893. UNION PACIFIC EASTBOUND. Limited Ex press A, 12 Solid Limited! Vestibule Ex press A 2 St. Joseph and Eastern Ex press A 14 Express and Mail via St. Joseph C 4 Express and Mail via Kan sas City Cj 10 I Arrives Trains. No. Leaves ( Leaves Kansas Denver. iTopeka. City. Eastern Vesti- j buied Express, Limited 8 8-30 pm; 2:47 pm' 5:00 pm 2 9. 05 am, 4:50 amj 7:30 am Leaves Junet'n I Kansas City ac- City. I eommodailon . 6 4:35 am- 7:10 ami 9:30 am UNION PACIFIC WESTBOUND. " Leaves Trains. No. Kansas Leaves i Arr'ves City. Topeka. Denver. Denver & Pacific I Vestibuled I Express ' 7 10:45 am 12:55 pmi 7:33 am I I 1 9:00 pm 11:10 pm 5:30 pm ' Arrives Junet'n Junction City City. Accommodation S 4:00 pm 6:50 pmi 9:2u pm D:i ily. except Sunpay. All others daily. Train No. 8. solid vestibule to t il cago, dining ear. free chair cars, etc., runnnz over the Chicago & Alton from Kansas t ity. has through sleeoer for St. Louis via Missouri Pac. tic. Ir'ain No. 7. solid vestibule for Denver, mak ing direct connection for Pacific coast, through Pullman car for Sa.t Lake; through colonist car to Portland, etc.. ete. City ticket office, 525 Kansas avenue. L. T. S. IV. EAM. . -r T.v, J via Merlden and i Leave Topeka. .. -! oskaioosa. ( 7:30 a m Arrive Leavenworth ll:00a.m WEST. l eave Teavenworth, Tia Oskaioosa.. 6:40 p.m Arrive Topeka 8:10 p.ua Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. MISSOURI PACiriC. Train. No Lv's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac- " common at ion 285 lOjon a. m. A'y'i Topeka Topeka and Fort boutt ao- commodatloa... 26) 6:30 p.m. VI KWOOD HIGHLAND PARK It. Ii. Trains will leave Quincy Street station week davs for Vlnewood as follows: 6:45,9:14, 11:51, :t-7. 5:41. Trains win leave Vlnewrood for Quincy street at 7:W. AU:41. 1:02, 4:19. :.0. M XD A V TRAILS. Leave Quincy street 8:02, 9: 19, 10:3-3, 11:51, 1:50. :07, 4:-. 6:41. 7:0. 8:4J, 9:50. Leave Vine wood fc:4X 9:3o, 11:16, 12:30, 2:S0L :47 . 5:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. PockoS edition tame ta..a will be iasued in near future. I'olinda Wprlngrw and CetxtrH. BOCK ISLAND ROUTE. For the meeting of National Ileeley League held in Colorado Springs, the Rock Island will sell tickets for f 13.15 round trip. Tickets on sale September 10 and lL Good to return within fifteen days. To act on the liver, and cleanta the bowels, no other medicine equals Ayer'e Cathartic Pdli. We put on new neckbands oa shirts. Peerless Steam Laurnir y, LL4 and 114 West JEUg-htla street. TABERNACLE PULPIT. TALMAGE ON THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. The Sectarian Bigot Gets a Scathing Dennnclation Troth, and Error Now On Trial Cause of Intolerance IJberality Coming. TiRooKi-vsr, N. Y.. Sept 9. Rev. Dr. Talmag-e, who ia now in Australia, whence ho will shortly sail for Ceylon and India, has selected as the subject for to-day's sermon-through the press, 'Communion of Sainta," the text chosen being- Judg-es :2:vi, "Then said they unto him, say now Shibboleth; and he said Sibboleth; for he could not frame to pronounce it right. Then they took him, and slew him at the passages of Jordan." Do you know the difference of pro nunciation between shibboleth and sibboleth? A Tery small und 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, dilead and Kphralm, g-ot into a erreat fisrht, and Ephraim was worsted, and on the re treat came to the fords of the river Jordan to cross. Order was g-iven that all Ephraimites coming there be slain. But how could it be found out who were Ephraimites? They were detected by their pro nunciation. Shibboleth was. a word that stood for river. The Ephraimites had a brogue of their own, and when they tried to say "shibboleth" always 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 he said sibboleth, for he could not frame to pronounce it right. Then they took hiru and slew him at the passages of Jordan. " A very small difference, you say, between Gilead and Ephraim, and yet how much intolerance about that small dif ference! The Lord's tribes in our time by which I mean the different denominations of Christians some times magnify a very small diSerence, and the only difference between scores of denominations to-day is the 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 the Arminians, and the Sab Vatarians, and the Eaxterians, and the Dunkers, and the Shakeris, and the Quakers, and the Methodists, and the Baptists, and the Episcopalians, and the Lutherans, and the Cong-re-gationalists, and the - Presbyterians, 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 egotistic men, some of them founded by very bad men. But as I demand for myself liberty of conscience, I must give that same liberty to every other man, remembering that he no more differs from me 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 people think aright by prohibiting discussion, and j by strong censorship of the press, and j rack, and gibbet, and hot lead down j the -throat, tried to make people or- ! thodox; but It was discovered that ! you can not change a man's belief by i twisting of his head, nor make a man ! 6ee differently by putting an awl j 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 j flame will make red wings on which ; the martyr will mount to glory. In that time of which I speak, be- i tween the fourth and sixteenth cen- I turies, people went from the house of ! God into the most appalling iniquity, i and right along by consecrated altars ' there were tides of drunkenness and j licentiousness such as the world never heard of, and the very .ewers of per- j dition broke loose and flooded the church. After awhile the printing press was freed, 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 j ,nl transcendentalist's spur, let it run, God's angels of wrath are in hot pursuit, and quicker than eagle's beak clutches out a hawk's heart, God's vengeance will tear it to pieces. I propose to Bpeak to you 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. But I want to make a distinction between bigotry and the lawful fondness for peculiar religious beliefs and forms of worship. I have no admiration for a nothingarian. In a world of such tremendous vicis situde and temptation, and with a soul that must after awhile stand be fore a throne of insufferable bright ness, in a day when the rocking of the mountains and the flatiing of the heavens and the upheaval of the sea shall be among the least of the excite ments, to give account for every thought, word, action, preference. and dislike that man is mad who baa j no religious preference! But oar early education, our physical tempera ment, oar mental constitution, will very much decide our form of worship. George Whitefield was going over a Quaker rather roughly for some of his religious sentiments and the Quaker said: '"George, I am as thou art; I am for bringing all men to the hope of the gospel; therefore, if thou wilt not quarrel with me about my broad brim, 1 will not quarrel with thee about thy black gown. George, give me 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 I who do not think, it wrong to carica ' ture and jeer the peculiar forms of re- ligion in the world, and denounce i other sects and 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 those churches, and finding that the people are good there, and they love God and keep his commandments, by natural reaction they go and join those very churches. I 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 the gospel in those very denominations. But it is often the case that bigotry starts in a household, and that the subject of it never recovers. There are ten a of thousands of bigots 10 years old. I think sectarianism 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 the most i wealthy or the most popular, or the i most influential, and it is "our" church, and "our" religious organiza tion, and "our" choir, and "our" min ister, and the man tosses his head, and wants 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 the church is ac ceptable to God.- Better 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. Bigotry is often the child of ignorance. You seldom find a man with large intellect who is a bigot. It is the man who thinks he knows a great deal, but does 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 o 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 side, and they came home 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 greeu, 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. Why 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 the man who never walks around about these great theories of God and eternity and the dead. He will be a bigot inevitably the man who only sees one side. There ia no man more to be pitied than he 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 some of the baleful effects? First of all it cripples investigation. You are wrong, and I am right, and that ends it. iNo taste 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 tiana is to present all the truths of the Bible, it seems to me that God has given to each denomination an especial mission to give particular emphasis to some one doctrine; and bo the Cal vinistic churches must present the sovereig-nty of God, and the Arminian churches must present man's free agency, ana tne E.piscopai cnurcnes must present the importance of order and solemn ceremony, and the Bap tist churches must present the neces sity of ordinances, and the Congrega tional church must present the re sponsibility of the 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 Bible, I feel it is especially in cumbent upon each denomination to put particular emphasis on some one doctrine. Another great damage done by the sectarianism and big-otry of the church is that it disgusts peode with the Christian religion. Now. my 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 see an excitement, and missiles flying through the air, and you hear the shock of firearms, Do you, tho peaceful and industrious citizen, go throug-h that street? Oh, no! you will C'. V. J '-fa h 1 .J 1 i i IT FLOATS TOK TABLE LINEN.. THE PROCTEF. OAMBU CO. CINT- i say, Til go around the block." Now, ! men come and look upon this narrow I path to heaven, and sometimes see : the ecclesiastical brickbats flying I every whither, and they say,. "Well, I S guess I'll take the broad road; there I is so much sharp-shooting on the 11 a r ! row road I guess I'll try the broad ; road! " Francis 1 ao hated the Lutherans t that he said that if he thought there was one drop of Lutheran blood in his veins he would puncture them and let that drop out. Just as long as there is so much hostility between de nomination and denomination, or be tween one professed Christian and another, or between one church aud another, so long men will be dis gusted with the Christian religion, and say, "If that is religion I want none of it" Again, bigotry and sectarianism do great damage in the fact that they hinder the triumph of the 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 mie-iit have been vastly useful! Sup while I speak there were a coi. 1 enemy coming up the bay, and a ,u: forts around the harbor begau to fire into each other you would -jry out, "National suicide! Why don't those forts blaze away in one direction, and that against the common enemy?" And yet I sometimes see in the church of the Lord Jesus Christ a strange thinggoing on: church agaiostchurch, minister against minister, denomina tion against denomination, firing away into their own fort, or the fort which ought to be on the same side, instead of concentrating their energy and giving one mighty and everlast ing volley against the navies of dark ness riding up through the bay! Perhaps 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 900 passengers were sound asleep in hea' 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 the gangways and clutch ing for the rigging, and the plunge of the helpless steamer and the clapping of the hands of the merciless sea over the drowning and the dead threw two continents into terror. But tee this brave quartermaster pushing out with the life line until he gets to the rook, and see 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 the gospel, with three other men, getting into a life boat, and pushing ont for the wreck, pulling away across the surf, and pulling away until they saved one more man, and then getting back with him to the ahore. 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 reseue? Never! Never! In whatever part of the earth they meet, they will be friends when they mention the story of that night when the "Atlantic" struck Mars Head. Well, my friend. ' our world has gone into a worse shipwreck. Sin drove it on the rocks. The old ship has lurched and tossed in the tempests of six thousand years. Out with th- life line! I do not care what d e n o uT.-n tion carries it Out with the life boat! I do not care what denomination rows it Side by side, in the memory of common hardships and common, trials, and common prayers, . and common tears, let ns be brothers forever. We most be. One army of the living Ood, To his command we bow; Part of the host have crossed the flood, AdJ part are crossing now. And I expect to see the d-- when all denominations of Christians nail join hands around the cros of enrist and re-site the creed: "I believe in God the Father Almijjh ty, Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, and in the communion of saints, and in life everlasting. Amen!" 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