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I I Wiser and Better to Talk Pastors
Thau to Talk Thorn Down.
The Religious Herald, of Hartford,
makes a suggestion that a ceitain kind
of pastoral support which it holds to be
more important than an abundance of
bank notes. Tho suggestion might be
piofitable any time, but some parishes
in the vicinity of Boston may find it
specially time just now. The illus
tiation, which tho Herald take3 as the
basis of the suggestion, is the case of
Dr. James Shaw, pastor of the Biick
Presbyteiian Church of Rochester, N.
Y. After he had been settled sevei'al
years, there began to be expressions of
dissatisfaction with his qualities as a
preacher, and many of the membcis
were discussing (he question whether
it might not be best for them to get
another pastor. The congregation
fell off, and the state of things
Avas becoming quite deplorable. At
this juncture two prominent busines3
men talked over the situation, and con
cluded (o advise tho chinch to chango
its com&eat once. They said: "Mr.
Shaw is not a good pieacher, but he is
a good man, and we all have confi
dence in him. Now, instead of talk
ing him down, let us talk him up."
This advice was given and acted on
A marked change was soon apparent.
The congicgation lapidly increased,
and the chinch lapidly prospered.
Shaw has been the pastor forty-se\ en
yeais ami is still active and influen
tial, and tho chinch has a member
ship of fifteen hundred. The stoiy
ciuies its own moial with it. If more
chinches would adopt the practice of
talking their pastois up instead of
talking them down, theie would be
fewoi instances of pastoral relations
hastily and unwisely severed.Boston
Jom nal. CHRISTIAN TRIUMPHS
Wndci ful Growth of Chi isti imtv i Asiat
ic Couatiios and in Russia.
Ill I idia when the Chustian Chinch
attacked the Hindoo faith it undei
took the greatest of task-, but thcie
have been maivelous results Oily
leecntly a procession of 2 000 Sunday
school scholais took place in Luck
now In Ttmnncoio the London
Society have 20 000 Clnistmns, and
Bui ma, in the Kircn mountains,
there aie 100,000 native Christians.
A lady fiom India sa3S, the question
is not how to get into zenanas Ivit
how sufficient woikeis can be sent out,
foi on eieiy hand aie there open
doois A few \eais ago theie weie
not ten com ei ted Jews in Tin key,
now theie aie 3,000 and a Hebrew
Piayer Union has scvcial bundled
membeis Fifteen yeais ago, if a mis
sion had gone into Russia, many a
Jew would have deemed it an honor
to kill him, but now it is very diffeient.
To-da} in Russia thousands aie sfcucl}
and leading the New Testament
In Chini now, Ielites ic missionary,
theie is no need ot announcing meet
ings. **Y\ o- can have a meeting in the
stiect at any moment," he sajs, "and
there wee in pi each as long as wo aie
able. Often when I have aimed the
whole city tuins out to see me. T.ie
sheets have been 1 d, so that there
has not i loom for me to walk up
tho stiect. O i the tops of the houses
and on the walls, and at the windows,
and at the doois the people now ciowd
aiound to see tho foicigner,' and to
hoar wint he has to talk about."
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
-Qoul- Pi each to the conscience.
Piayer is the side timbers and
faith the uiigs on tho ladder raised
to Hen enWhitehall limes
Paul, who turned the world up
side down, could not be turned upside
down by the woild Can you be?
If when thou makest a bargain
thou thinkesfc only of thyself and thy
gain, thou art a servant of mammon.
When we remember only the good
that we hear of pdsons during the
clay, wo are cairymg pearls toGo l.
The supeifluous blossoms on a
fruit- troe symbolize the large way in
which God loves to do pleasant
The plea for Sunday labor gener
ally comes in the last losorfc, fiom
those who wish to make a seven days'
profit in their business. Watchman.
Unhapp ncso is the call of God.
VTc can only become ho'y thiough ad
vcisity. It was the exaggeration of
this truth which led the old saints to
iiiflicfc toitures on thms-IVJS
When Abxinder the Great visited
D.ogenes, he .,s\'cl if there Avas any
thing tli it he could give him.
this shoit answer: I want nothing
but that you should stand from be
tween me and the him" O ic
thing theie is which shoild never
satisfy and content us, and that is any
thing that st ds between our soul
rind Cliiist.Bishon Bi/le
It is the order of GxTs Providence
that the giowth of ib-j Clnist within
us shall be just in proportion to the
decay of the Adam. And this evi
dence of om immoitality, blessed bo
God, is peipelually and not uncom
monly befoie us. I is, no strange or
unknown thing to see the spirit ripen
ing in each in pioportion to the decay
of the body.F. W. fioberlson.
The Bible is a revelation of love
but it is not the only one. There is to.
each one of us a special and personal
icvelation of Divine Love Ji the retro
spect of that Fatherly Piovidence
which has watched over us through
lives. Wh can look back on the
chain of gi aces of which his lif has
Ijeen composed, without a feeling of
surprise at the unweariedness of God's
love?F. W. Faber.
Tha Trite Objects 6f Matrimony.
Baltimore American: What is love
tier to behold, more deserving of honor
and praise, than a noble, good, true,
unselfish, and unconventional woman?
Ire they many? Are they few? Man,
you find one consider yourself bless
ed, and dubj and rightly appreciate and
deserve the value of this prize. I count
i pure, intelligent, well-bred woman
the most attractive object of vision and
xntempiatio in the worldone who
ibhors deceit, trickery, everything save
donor and truth. Picture such a woman
is a wife, a mother, cannot you clearly
bring to your \ision her home a place
of peace, harmony and contentment?
0, young men, look for such women if
jrou are seeki.ig happiness. If this is
your object, the right and only one in
contracting matiimony, and you are
not a "calculating Romeo," search till
yon find her, for she is to be found.
Man, if you want a wife, a companion,
a helpmate, do not expect to find her in
the conventional class. O, how I do
Give me a true honest person, for in
these there is dependence. When a
woman contemplates matrimony, her
only object is to marry the man of her
choice, solely for himself, thinking by
the union peace and happiness will be
brought to their souls, because she
)ves him, and by being joinod her love
consecrated to a holy cause. They
plant a home, they rear good, beautiful
little ones, which is always the case
where theie is a perfect blending of
two noble natures. It is good for the
eyesight to view two souls mated. O,
may we see many of them.
Women, look for good men. If you
can't find one of this kind, I implore
you to take none at all. Don't marry
simply for a home, a support, for the
sake of escaping old maidenship, for it
would be tenfold better to remain single
than to be an imperfect wife, or a wife
in name only. O, how I wish I could
talk with you, young women. Do not
throw ourselves away. How a woman
could wed when she does not love is a
mystery to me. The same query is
applicable to men.
Anothei point: Happiness and self
ishness can never flounsh in the same
stem one kills the other. To be
wedded happily, the promoter is con
geniality and unselfishness. A good
woman will endure much for her hus
band, the man for his wife. A true woman
will smile, cheer, and help her husband
should elands come. Then is the time
to test her chaiacter, solve the problem,
the object of her matrimony. Men look
for women with a heart, a soul, do not
let their facial beauty be their sole at
ti action, rather let it be their beauty of
soul and character that inspires your
love for them. For with these, there is
no autumn, no fading, their leaves will
be fresh and beautiful forever.
A Queenly Conjurer.
But few persons are aware of the
fact that Queen Marie Henriette of
Belgium is one of the cleverest con
jurers in Europe. When in 1882 the
famous magician, Prof. Herrmann,
arrived at Brussels on his way to the
sea baths at Ostend, one of the Queen's
chamberlains called at his hotel and m
quned if he was the same Prof. Herr
mann who had formerly given sleight
of-hand perfoinmnces at the palace of
Queen's father, the Archduke Palatine
of Austria. On ascertaining this to be
a. fact he informed him that her Majesty
would be glad to receive him in private
audience the next day. The Queen re
ceived him most kindly, and after talk
ing of old times expressed a wish to
learn sleight-of-hand. Prof. Hen mann
gladly consented to teach herhistiicks,
and during the following four weeks ho
spent daily several hours in initiating her
as an adept of the Black Art. Of course
these lessons took place with locked
doors, the professor haviugmade a point
of insisting that nobody should be pre
sent besides his royal pupil and himself.
The Queen displayed a lemaikable tal
ent in acquiring the art, and many were
the tricks which she subsequently prac
ticed on her family and attendants.
Prof. Herrmann, who died three weeks
ago leaving an enormous fortune, ab
solutly refused to accept any remunera
tion for his services the Queen, how
ever, met the difficulty by sending a
magnificent bracelet and a pair of dia
mond eai rings to the professor's wife.
Only a short time before his death he
received an autograph letter from the
Queen congratulating him in the kind
est manner on his seventieth birthday,
and adding "Do not be afiaid. I have
not divulged your secrets to any one."
The Special A.gent of the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of N. Y., Mr. H. Rig
by, states That he was cured of a severe
case of lumbago by two applications of
Food for reflectionthe good dinner that
The three R's brought Regret, Reproach
and Remorse to a great political party in
1S84. The thiee P's, when signifying Dr.
Pierce's Purgative Pellets, bring Peace to
the mmd, Preservation and Perfection of
health to the body
Story of a Hat.
Irish Times: A curious story regard
ing a hat is cm rent in the lobby of the
House of Commons. It appears that
on a recent Friday night an elderly
member, who is said to be of a jealous
disposition, and, moreover, is possessed
of a young and (of course) good-look
ing wife, took from the cloak room an
other member's hat. On the following
moining after breakfast he discovered
the strange hat on his hat stand and on
closei inspection found that it was gar
nished inside with initials, above which
was a strange crest. The green-eyed
monster was instantly at work, espe
cially as his wife had returned from
the South of Fiance during his absence
at the House on the previous evening.
His favorite eh ipenu of course being
missing, he immediately interrogated
his wife as to who was her escort.
The innocent dame was highly indig
nant and hotly deniei the impeach
ment. Seizing his debrett the honora
ble member traced the offending hat-to
its lawful owner, and, journeying to his
soliciter, indited a very strong epistle
to the eldest son of a peer who sits on
the opposite side of the House, threat
ening him with all sorts of penalties
for the insult offered to his honor.
The young scion of nobility immedi
ately grasped the situation, having.,
himself to travel home in a strange hat,
and kept up the joke by sending the
enraged husband a solicitor's letter,
charging him with stealing the initialed
hat from the cloak room of the HOUSA
of Commons. On receipt of this epis
tle it immediately dawned on the elder
ly member of Parliament that he had
made a mistake, and he forthwith
made a personal apology.
They say that the beautiful belle of
Washington, Miss uses cosmetics but it
is a vile slander. She owes her bloom to
excellent health, and she keeps well by using
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The diamond beltthe line around the
The Five Sisters.
There were five fair sisters, and each
had an aim
Flora would fain be a fashionable
Scholarly Susan's selection was books,
Coquettish Cora cared more for good
Anna, ambitious, aspired after wealth
Sensible Sarah sought first for good
So she took Dr. Pieree's Golden Medical
Discovery and grew healthy and blooming.
Cora's beauty quickly faded, Susan's eye
sight failed from over-study, Flora became
neivous and fretful in striving after
fashion, and a sickly family kept Anna's
husband poor. But sensible Sarah grew
dally more healthy, charming and
intelligent, and she mairied rich.
Does a boys l'funny bone" enable him to
lauge in his sleevee
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It is the silent watches of the night that
render alarm clocks necessary.
Bartholin's Great Work.
The statue of Liberty enlightening the
world, which stands on Bedloe's Island, in
th3 harbor of New York, is one of the most
sublime artistic conceptions of modern
times Tbe torch of the goddess lights the
nations of the earth to peace, prcsperitv
and progress, through Liberty. But
"liberty" is an empty word to the
thousands of poor women enslaved by
physical ailments a hundredfold more
tyrannical than any Nero To such suffereis
Dr. Pieice's Favorite Prescription holds
forth the promise of a speedy cure It is a
specific in all those derangements, irregular
ities and weaknesses which make life a
burden to so many women. The only
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guarantee from the manufacturers, that it
will give satisfaction in every case, or
money will be refunded See guarantee
printed on wrapper enclosing bottle.
A man always feels put out when he is
When Baby wan sick, we gavo ber Castona,
"When she was a Child, she cried for Caatona,
"When she became Mws, she clang to Castonr,
When she had Children, she gave them Castcn*
Jokosare like nutsthe diyer they are the
better they crack.
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Intending purchasers of POND'S
EXTRACT cannot take too much pre
caution to prevent substitution. Some
druggists, trading on the popularity of
the great Family Eemcdy, attempt to
p^alm off other preparations, unscru
pulously asseikng them to be "the
same*as or equal to POND'S EX
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by caused to tho purchaser, so long
as larger profits accrue to themselves.
Always^insist on having POND'S EX
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It's remarkable specific
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Also for Burns, Scalds.
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Testimonials from all classese efficacy Pric 50c
Sold by all Druggists or sent by mail
on receipt of price. Put up only bv
POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 5th Ave., &
Malaria, Dumb Chills,
Fever and Ague,,Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks.
They produce regular, natural evac
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daily business. As a family medicine,
they should be in every hou&elioltl.
Where the Cigar got its Manic
The origin of the word cigar ia of
some interest and is not to bo found in
the ordinary dictionaries. The word,
of couise, is Spanish, and Littre in his
Fionch dictionary says that it is derived
from cigarra, the Spanish name for
grasshopper. When the Spaniards fiist
introduced tobacco into Spain from the
Island of Cuba, in the sixteenth centui y.
"they cultivated tho plant their gar
dens, which in Spanish aie called
cigarrales. Each grew his tobacco in
his cigarral and rolled it up for smoking,
as he had learned from the Indians in
the West Indies. When one offered a
smoke to a friend he could say: "E de
mi ciggaral"It is from my garden.
Soon the expression came to be. "Este
cigarroes de mi cigairal"this cigar is
from my garden. And fiom this the
word cigar spread over the world. Th
name cigarral for garden comes fiom
cigarra, a grasshopper, that insect
being very common in Spain, and
cigairal meaning the place where the
cigana sings. In this way the woid
cigar comes from cigarra, the name of
the insect, not because it resembles the
body of the grasshopper, but because it
was grown in the place it fiequents.
Purify the Blood,
"We do not claim that Hood's Sarsapanlla is tho
only medicine deserving public confidence, but
we behove that to purify the blood, to restore and
renovate the whole system, it is absolutely
unequalled Tho influence of the blood upon
the health cannot bo over estimated. If it be
comes contaminated, tho tram of consequences
by -which the health is unde-mmed is immeasur
able. Loss of Appetite, Lo-w Splits, Headache,
Dyspepsia, Debility, I.orvousness and other
"little ailments" arc the rremomtions Of
more serious and often fatal results. Try
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Crecommend itas supenorto any prescription
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Dull, heavy headache, obstruction of the nasal passages, dis
charges falling from the head into the throat, sometimes pro
fuse, watery, and aend, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody and putnd the eyes are weak, watery, and
Inflamed there is ringing in the ears, deafness, hacking or
coughing to- clear the throat, expectoration of offensive matter
together with scabs from ulcers the voice is changed and has
a nasal twang the breath is offensive smell and taste are im
paired there is a sensation of dizziness, with mental depression,
a hacking cough and general debility. However, only a few of
the above-named symptoms are likely to be present in any one
case. Thousands of cases annually, without manifesting half ot
the above symptoms, result in consumption, and end in the
prave. No disease is so common, more deceptive and dangerous
less understood, or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians
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ABways ask for Dr. Pierce's Pellets, or Little
Sugar-coated Granules or Pills.
Peasant Purgative Pellets, and took
till all were gone. By
them thaett I not walk. I bought two bottles
that time I had no boils, and have had none since. I have also
been troubled with sick headache. When 1 feel it coming on.
1 take one or two 'Pellets,' and am relieved of the headache/1
the house all the time."
Mrs. C. W. BROWN, of Wapdkoneta, Ohio,
says. "Your 'Pleasant Purgative Pellets' are
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HAUSVER, the famous mesmen.
ist, of Ithaca, IV. F., writes: "Some ten
years ago I suffered untold agony from
chronic nasal catarrh. My family physi
gave me up as incurable, and said I
must die. My case was such a bad one.
that every day,mm* towards sunset, my voice would become so hoarse
I could barely speak above a whisper. In the morning my cough
mg and clearing of my throat would almost strangle me. By the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, in three months, I was a well
man, and the cure has been permanent."
a permanent cure,
THOMAS J. HT/SHINO, Esq., ma Pine Street.
St. Louis, Mo., wntes: I was a great suf
ferer from catarrh for three years. At
times I could hardly breathe, and was con
stantly hawking and spitting, and for the
last eight months could not breathe through
the nostrils. I thought nothing could be
r r, done for me. Luckily, 1 was advised to try
pr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and I am now a well man. I be
lieve it to be the only sure remedy for catarrh now manufac
tured, and one has only to give it a fair trial to experience
astounding results a permanent cure."
E BOBBINS. Runyon P. O- Columbia
Pa., says: My daughter had catarrh when
she was five years old, very badly. I saw 2* a**^
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy advertised, and ^^W^^^
procured a bottle for her, and soon saw- ^"^&
that it helped her a third bottle effected^
Sne Is now eighteen years old and sound t#