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A City Visited.
[For the Herald. ] BY KEY. F. I>. KELSEY. The city of Capernaum was visited by our Lord and how met they him ? With song and glee? Torch light processions and committees of honor? Did they shout : "Lift up your heads, Oh, ye gates, and be lifted up, ye everlasting doors, and the king of glory shall come in ?'' Such would have been the welcome to an Alex ander, a Ca-sar, a Pilate, a Herod ; but when Jesus came no such welcome awaited him. He was a "man of sorrows and ac quainted with grief"; "rejected of men," who "esteemed him not." And yet that large and proud city of Capernaum is re membered to-day only because Jesus' feet walked its pavements ! Its men of wealth, scholars politicians—all have passed into oblivion, and its very site is a matter of warm discussion among scholars; but the meek and lowly Jesus has, by his presence there, hallowed its memory and awakened an everlasting interest in the city. How often has earth's cities and countries failed to recognize their noblest names and richest spirits! Rev. Dr. Herrick, of Boston, recently published a book with this queer title : "The Heretics of Yester day." Who are these heretics ? Are they men whom time and Christian scholarship have condemned ? No, not one of them. Tanler, Wycliflfe, John Huss, Savanarola, Lattimer, Cronmer, Melancthon, Knox, Calvin, Coligny, Brewster—these were the 'Heretics of Yesterday," men who to-day are the pride and boast of the cities which once rejected, scorned, and despised them. Though the city of Capernaum wel comed not the coming of Jesus, there was one who did meet him, and he was a man in distress and trouble. A Roman centu rion, into whose home a serious illness had entered, met Jesus at the.gates. I j I ' I j I I I ! I I O, centurion, thou art a man of power, but not strong enough, though all Rome be behind thee, to keep trouble out of thy home! Thou art aman of renown, but thy fame and popularity save thee not from the coming in of sorrow and grief! thou art a man of authority, accustomed to say unto servants do this, and he doeth it, or come thou, and he cometh ; but dis ease, and sorrow and trouble heed no com mand of thiue. There's no palace but sorrow tinds entrance; no mansion but grief darkens its portal. Centurion art thou, yet thou weepest ; a man ot power, yet a man in need in disease, sutlering, affliction, trouble, grief or tears. All tongues taste the worm wood and the gall. So this Roman centu rion, a man of power, culture, wealth and popularity was also a man of sorrow. If the politicians, and orators, and rabbis, and doctors, and teachers, andjmer < liant princes failed to welcome the Lord Jesus, the king of glory, to their city, yet, thank God, as by an instinct, the men of sorrow knew of the coming of this great comforter to their city. As iron feels the unseen drawings of the magnet, so dis tressed souls recognize the approach of this great comforter. The burden bearer draws uigh and burdened ones are drawn unto him. Had he been a renowned musician all the musicians would have gone forth to meet him; had he been a popular poli tician the politicians would have welcomed his coming; had he been a wonderful man of science, art, or oratory the men of his class would have done honor to his coming, but being the great burden bearer there met him one whose heart was heavy with grief. As to-day there rings the blessed promise all the world over, "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest," so when on earth his coming was the signal for the distressed to go forth to meet him and find rest, and healing and comfort, Capernaum as a city took no notice of his coming, but the bur dened heart of the Roman centurion was drawn out to meet this healer, comforter and helper of needy men. What was it that burdened him y Was it a sick son, or daughter, or silver-haired lather, mother, or a loving wife? No ; this centurion's grief arose—shout it out till all the rich capitalists and men of power and social position hear it—from sympathy over a sirk nercanl! Such a spirit is not the spirit of to-day. Where would commun ism, socialism, nihilism be if the cen turion's spirit was the spirit to-day of our capitalists? Laboring men have rights, and sensibilities, and souls, and many of them are the very salt of the earth; but "corporations have no souls," and capital shows little sympathy with bone and sinew ; it is a sowing to the wind and some day the whirlwind will be reaped. The centurion's spirit would spare us a world of political aud social trouble. „„ nristneriev there6 no aristocracy.. The Newspaper. [Boston Herald.] We hasten to the defense of the uews pajier. Lying is not one of its vices. The hardest work done by newspaper men is hunting down lies told by other people. If uewspapers printed all the stories brought to them they might well be denouoced as lying sheets. When a mistake is made in a uewspaper it is because the vigilant re porter or the conscientious editor has not been able to detect it in season. Publica tion speedily brings the correction when nothing else will. Many men are interest ed to lie, but a uewspaper is interested to tell the truth. Its business being to pur vey aud sell information, its chief interest is to acquire a reputation to tell the truth. Of course, the organs have to lie a little, because it is their duty to support one party, whether it be right or wrong, but an independent newspaper is under no such obligation. Its chief motive is to learn the truth and tell it, and to promote the good aud the beautiful. An American Story. Lord Coleridge is delighting his Eng lish friends with stories of his American visit, and among them is this : He was at Mount Vernon with Mr. Evarts and talk ing about Washington, said: "I have heard that be was a very strong man physically, and that, standing on the lawn here, he could throw a dollar right across the river on to the other bank." Mr. Evarts paused a moment to measure the breadth of the river with his eye. It seemed rather a "tall bull" story, but it was not for him to belittle the father of bis country in the eyes of a foreigner. "Don't you believe it ?" asked Lord Coler idge. "Yes," Mr. Evarts replied. "I think it's very likely to be true. You know a dollar would go further in those days than it does now." The Discovery of Columbus. [Philadelphia Ledger.] How ''Columbus" wa* discovered is graphically told in an essay written by a boy in one of the schools in the English midland and transferred to the columns of the London Standard. "Columbus was a man who could make an egg stand on end without breaking it. The King of Spain said to Columbus, 'Can you discover America? '\es,' said Columbus, 'if you will give me a ship.' So he had a ship, and sailed over the sea in the direction where he thought America ought to be I found. The sailors quarrelled, and said j they believed there was no such place. But I after many days the pilot came to him and ' said, 'Columbus, I see land.' 'Then that is I America,' said Columbus. When ship got near, the land was full of black men. j Columbus said,'Is this America?' 'Yes, it I is,' said they. Then he said, T suppose I you are the niggers?' 'Yes,' they said, 'we I are.' The chief said, 'I suppose you are ! Columbus? 'You are right,' said he. Then I the chief turned to his men and said, I 'There is no help for it ; we are discovered at last." POPE & O'CONNOR, DRUGGISTS, Offer Mixed Paints, in any quantity, to suit pur chasers. Now is the time to re paint your houses and fences. 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Sells Foreign Drafts and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on Time and Saving Deposits. Collections receive prompt and Faithful Attention. Has a Savings Department. THE ONLY SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA! DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgerton, J. B. Sanford, President. Vice* President Chas. F. Elus. Cashier. Ohas. K. Cols, Chris. Kknck. E. 8 Edgerton, St. Paul. S. J. Jones. *-1-83-<U«iv SPRUILLE BRIDEN. WM. WISSMAN. Assay Office and Chemical Laboratory. BRADER OlllSSMAN. (U. S. Assayers.) Ko. 5 Edwarde St., Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Montana. Office Hours: 3to6p. m. Samples for assay can be left at the U. S. Assay Office, corner Broad way and Warren street. ddtwly-jd!5 Z. T. BURTON. Ex-Receiver U. S. Land Office. R. H. HOWEY. Notary Public. BURTON & HOWEY. Land. Attorneys, Room 13 Sanford & Evans' Block. Special at tention given to contested claims, titles, and conveyancing. d<twly*je5 STEELE, REED & NEILL, Beal Estate, Mining & Live Stock BROKERS. Loans Negotiated. 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When six month# old his left hand began to swell and had every appearance of a large boil. We poulticed it, but all to no purpose. About five months after it became a running sore. Soon other sores formed. He then had two of them on each hand, and as his blood liecame more and more impure it took less time for them to break out. A sore came on the chin, beneath the under lip, which was very offensive. His head was one solid scab, discharging a great deal. Tliis was ills condition at twenty-two months old, when I undertook the care of him, liis mother having died when he was little more than a year old, of consumption (scrofula, of course.) He coukl walk a little, but could not get up if lie fell down, and could not move when in bed, having no use of his hands. I immedi ately commenced with the Ccticcra Remedies, using the Cuticura and Cvticura Soap freely, and when he had taken one bottle of the Cuti cura Resolvent his head was completely cured, and lie was improved in every way. We were very much encouraged, and continued the use of the Remedies for a year and a half. One sore after another healed, a bony matter forming in each one of these live deep ones just liefore heal ing, which would finally grow loose and were taken out ; then they would heal rapidly. One of these ugly lione formations I preserved. After taken a dozen and a half liottles he was com pletely cured, and is now. at the age of six years, a strong and healthy child. The scars on his hands must always remain ; his hands are strong, though we once feared lie would never be able to use them. All the physicians did for him did him no good. All who saw the ehild before using the Cuticura Remedies and see the child now consider it a wonderful cure. If the above facts are of any use to you, you are at liberty to use them. MRS. E. S. DRIGGS, May 9, 1885. 612 E. Clay St., Bloomington, 111. 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