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WOODSTOCK VlKGINI?, FRIDAY, 0< ?OBKR 7,1898. NO. 42. 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY K? JOHN H. GR ABILL. - -MIBSLrtlllJON $1.00 Per Year. Imailiblv in Advance. AtlconiuuiuicatioiiBOl ? i>i?\?r uunur will beobarued fur asailvoitiHmg. THE BKRALD JOB OFFICE ? complete m every !??????. Wo*1 on s'iort. notice it ml on tWl o.t NtWUll1 ?""'" J Advertising Kates. A vertiaenieota will be inverted at | l? iloll.tr |.er ttqaareoi ten linee or let?, (or the tirst ineertion; and?Ooentt toieuk | stib?e(ju.)r:t innert ion. S*"<?uaiterl.y or yearly advert?a? m?% by contract. taTnlesi the nnmberof matrtii or i marked npoti tbi rinnnacript, ?<!v^rl Im? meurs w II be publitbed until forbiddru and rbar.>?*d PROFESSIONAL CARDS H. W ll.I.lWIS. W. T V\ ILLIAMt \\ I LU AM S & BROTHER, Attorneys - at - Law WOOD8TOCK, va. Practice lath? Court?of 8ta?nandoah, Rotkingaaie, l'i._<>, Predoiitk ?ud War if n count itsi, a i M? in the Couri ul ippattli vl Virginia aU,i id tbe United State? Di? u lei Court. EaVepeeifti attention given to the ool MtlOO Ol olaltu?. Ma\ !?">. '-l-tt ML* K. D.Nf ? MAX. ty ALTON & WALTON Attorneys-at-Law, WOODrtT Praotie? in . Joali ?ml ertjo - '?''*? m ?no 8o onrt of Act" el?, and in lb? Cir cnii and Dwtiiat Court? of U Special attention to ool . K. ;? I IV?SS?K. J. M. UAL'SKRM VN TAVE5NER ,N BAUSERMA>\ \.ttorueys-at-Law. WOODSTOCK, i Julv.'1-lv. J\i; W. s CLISE, Resident Physician. ; I) B. W. ? KORD - ? - J S'O. II. Dt I.IN. Attorney - at - Law, sv ? pOSBAD & MAORI DER, Attorneys - at - Law u VA. ? 58. "90 ti I EMUEL BORDEN, ATTORXEY-AT-LA w. I HBcf K" i ?i Tribu? Q'FLABERT? & lTLTON, ATTORN E? S-AT .LAW. >YAL VA. pTMtiQl ? nu met' Lent-, to: ? t daj or at aiij, In ?L. <KKKi:K.NCr> : Front B nk, and Bai.k ol Warreu. i ?lv. I \\l. J, B. Kl SB, Dentist? W0008T0I K, VA Eatabliahed In I Hoom Mb. Maj-.'-lv. |jU T. 9. LOCKE, Resident Dentist, otti. Woodstock, Va. rF"Clilorotonn, ether and coca?na utte< lor uaiules? extraction ol teeth. I) i:..i. M BROWN, H ,? tettlllll'-d in? TOM'S BROOK, VIRGINIA. l'toinpt attention ?ill patroni In tbi 09 near, i 1 ? mar. 96- if ESTABLIbHtf 1878. J. F. Saya & G WHOLESALE Produce Ccsmissicnl^erchaats w^:? Loaittlmoa Avenue, Washington, D 0. shipment? of m ?rod Ml Dairy, 1'oiilti pmd daily the big boa 1 w! 3f ye?ri (over "?Il in tin? jhlllt} ? Reter io pi-m letoi ul Hi teae* National Bank ol V D. C. Por Sale. Havlnv ? M M Hi..! I |in.\.-.l I . a latiie ? lM-.t Oil I ? j. n, nor. II It y> :|M I,. 50 YEARS' PERIENCE StKittific JImerican. ?UNHiCo.'?"-"-New?orl ?rue? oak?, se r at, Wwhtaaua, n. V "THE BLUE RAT.' \ Ki ON DIKE i ri si ?Dit. ?T II V M I. in OMUUia, Even in the K loud me life li altogether Piint>l*> or alwayi from goil?*. Where prool of nitor* nature needed i' migh found in the history ol oot i.t*i ??*n<*** with i be Bloe R if. We came t<> know Um Ihr nur ni ed ol a pony. We had h rviccable paca horses, bo ?i * d< ?1 ,i In tit- pony to m m ; behind iiiitl carry the tent ?t tie naps hie ilia'. en ol Q ?esnelle poss* : su- il. This mi ? n G? un m Hun hail a 11 .1111 i ? a ? itucl ive t:"iiti? uess ol \ : e ii I? 1 Mppy, ami I >?\ | make liim hist?rica!. ?le Hold ,? K it and gave me * cl to study a new tj pe of horae. II. i Dippy (Dutch Dipp.) not :\ W ashlugfou Ir\ ing soi i i itcl man; li>' conformed ratio i he modem Nv'^v York tradeaa lie was small, candid and ?mo veiy -niuoiii of speech. II ? i ?Vi >, the pouv is gentle He oai ii packed, bul you be e id bim t"i a day or twj till gets quiet.' I (lid UOt ?< c III'' p my till :ii"i Mue we 'lot the long tr iil' sideol ibe Fraser ii' y -i le pu ta. r bad repot him ; '?? pony, roi i.l tit ami gentle.' <>u tba l h the . meantime Mr. l)i| i lined ii" at ih ? terry. Jl? bed boise i?:? 'lie rope and irai ?uisb the trade. I i ,i he intended t? croas iDd ?.! ? pony, ?bicb was ii ?U'-t side, but d .nit a burned excuse. '1 . tig back tod a Y s - W't II; I paid liim tlie money ?i ol ii'}' side pat tilt report; besides it was FIoosoi Mr. I' ppy to< k the ???5 eage and ? anisbed into onscuilty. ^ i tn the ? ild side ol t . red ri| on a I*? and intiu ate study <>( the B i He nhucl log s-.t ? itiiid, little li.nl.t d III ? Linear ij culur. I toy, but see [ i C.'lltliti"ll His toretop was 'hanged,' ai be had the ail o! a oiiscbievoi te boy. His eye? were b ami black, and lie studied us m\ tiai quit nut ii q .?ilug gaze aa ?? .? pack saildle OU him. 1 was \ ? 'lie's not large, bul he's a ?eut said I to ease n ? i ol his dismay over t) Mit prising 1 believe be sbiauk during tl .' leplied m\ partner. ?!. ipger y este Wi iiacki d him w ith a litimlr? pound? id. We pul a sina bag ol oats <m top and ? isbed it a ou ?nib rope, while the pouv doze p. act fully. ? ?me drin ice I though I saw his e.ns cross; one lai I (i t?l. I he other sit forward?bad sic,n ? I ?ii r it war dot e so quickly not t be sure ol it. We packed Ibe other hors? the blue pony stood lestin ml leg, his t-\ es ilreatniu( l Bung i he f.i .-r ove tin- bay pack leu se * * sinnet - . pi,ice. 1 beard bang, a clai ter. ;, rattling ol taool 1 p? end around the l>av and smt ibe blue ?">n> performing some o die most Anitdii d, \ Igoro it anrj bucking it has i ytr beet given me to witoea?. II- a!I bal He sloml nil hi ? ai-, II>- bumped up his back ill i lean oai on i irr tveyard lence. He stood ou hi^ ksaud spun like ? weatbei vai e on a livery stable, and ? hen the pack exploded au l the saddle slipped under bim he , kicked it tt ting both hind boofr as g 'Ol ly as a iu.ui would stroke hi? beard. i calming the other h i iced m\ partner aoleaily. o, iiy the v. ty, partner, where did you get lb t nice, q I let util pon) ol Minis'' Partner smiled sheepishl.. 'The little imp. B?llalo Bill ooghl to heve i hut pony ' Welt, now, said I, restraininji my laogbter, 'toothing to do is to pal that pack on so it will stay. Thai po*e,v will try. the same thing ?gain, Mire.' We packed ?<? again with great Bare, His big latoeaut Maa* atoa ihiaing nnder his bang were a little more alert, but they showed i fear not rage. We loped him in every conceivable w*\, ?. ut last we (liirt'd hill) to do prettiest. lie .11.1 iL AI ih it bad u'?"?" tore was inei el j [preparatory, Mood ?arming, so to sat; the i thing now took plan'. I It* sto.nl on bia bind legs ami shot into air, alighting on bia four teet as to pierce the earth. He ?nit like a howling deivisli, gruu'.i snorting, unseeing and almost i seen, in a nitnboa of daat, ati ; ends and pine needlea. His whirling andid him. seized tit* nipt' iintl j ist M pack again slid ander bis ieet ?et shoulder to the roue an.I ihr. Ulm. Be same to earth with i thud, liis lega whirling uselessly j the an. He resembled a beetle \ molasses. We tat up m ins bead and ii cus-ed him. ?Il- is a wonder,' said my ,> n '? ner. 'Ile is a lend,' I panted. We packed biui again with i finite imiis, and when lie beg buckiug we threw bim again ? ti .eu to kill him. We were getti ( Irritated. We threw bim haul ai drew his bind lega op to bis be u itil he gruukVd. When he was permute 1 to rli he looked n et k and small ai ? tiled, and We were both a little r mnrselul We leanauged the i>< . ?it was s. m?, ii,coi l.ii'eintlit knusv he ha.l not backed it ent-ie | oil ? and In lilmd-fo Idllig bim \ got It i ni started on the trail ! hind Lie train. ?I suppose that simple-hearti Datch nan is looking at Ps ho across the river,' ?-?id I to partne 'but no matter; we are t ictor'.oa This singular tliioK I notic -d the B ne B it. His ayes did m roli noi bis earn fall back. Ile ai seither ser ted nur angrj. 11-- Btl lookfd like a rognish, determine boy. lie was alert, watchful, bo not vicious. 11^ seenp'ti not f take our stem measures in ba part. He regarded it as as a fa contract, apparently, and consli era I that we had won. Ti ue, 1 b id lost b.ith hair ami skin h getting tangled iu tbe rope, but fa laid uuotbiug ag tlnst us, and as b ? d me? klj along behind, m paituer dared to aaj : ?lie's all i ?gut no.v. I u es nu he (?as been running >nr .ii: whit? and is a little wild. II- s aaliafie now. We'd bave no neue troubl with IiIm.T Every time I looked backat tit pour, h am bled little chap, m, heart tingled with pity au 1 rp morse. ?We muat be none gentle ?Yes. he's net vous and acary We must be carel d not to givi him a sud,leu start.' An boor la'e. as we were goinj down a steep am! slippery bill, tbi R it saw his chance. I!'' passe? into another spaem, opening am shutting like a self acting jack kmle. He bounded Into the in id si ol the peat ?lu! ?m k horses, aoattei ing them to right and left in teno: He tutiit tl and fame np the Im to gel another start. Partner to< I a tnm OU a stump, and all nnmln?! fnl ol it the Bat whirled ami tiu.dt a mighty spring. He reached ai end ol the rope and bishandspring in came a vaulting somersault. ll< lav, utiab'e to rise, spatting thi wind, breathing heavily. Bticti aniio>lugenersj5 I liave never seen We ?en* now mad, muddy an ' v ry retwlute. We held him doan till lie la] nuue still. Any ?eliconsiderated, properl.i tired animal woultl have lu en ground toboneduat by such won? drous BcrobatiC movements, !(>? WM skinned in one or two places, his hair was coraped fro m his nose h s tongue Mcd, tun all mesa w< ?. , . i.- ?cratches. When we reptck ? tl bim he walked oil comparative i, Italian Tbe two d lys lOllOWlng he Went along like >i laiibinl dog. Every time I looked bebind 1 e iiild see tbe stuniv little chap trotting tlong. His head bong I.? ?, and Ins actions wen- meek anil loyal. "?eek he continued thus. 1' ? ei became attached to him and begaa once more to make ev cuses lor I.mi. ?He will make as trouble again,' he ?aid. Kiin oame, tranaierming the li. i I '?o a sel les of lioUcinless pi s ; ? d greasy inclines and w? v.ie loioeu to lay m camp two days. The Blue Btt staffed In n sed on pea \ine ami hunch grass, and on the third day -pit Cued' with iiniliminished vi^nr. This settled bis fate. I made up my mind to sell him. Once I had tleteimined noon his motives I could nor afford to both? er with lin? any more. He delay? ed us wjrrti fan, morning antics, and made us the amusement ol Mie uutflit which overtook and pasted ut by reason of our Interesting ?easioni witb the Blae I? ?t. y/e must go and 1 selecied ni\ pnrebaaer. He wat a lilaaoorrM frota Botte. He knew all then was to lie known about trails, hor? ses, gold, politics, and a tew other men on the (rail merely tenderfeel out lor a pic nie. E ich tune hi patted us be had tome drawling remaih Indicating his sarprlse that we should he still able to move. Dim I selected to become the owner of the Rat. 1 laid 1er bim. When li- had eaten his supper one U.gt.1 I saun teted carelesslj o/ertohis tent I 'edgi ii h ron tid' by talking of the weather, the trail, and si on, and ,i: le'ii lid: 'We'd leave you tODigilt il it weren't for tin blue colt. He de i\ - us." ?||.IW Ml" '( ), he pilches " ?P?telo-, di 11 in r He smiled. 'I'd mighty m h take that oat ol in n it I had bim.' M supposed an experienced ma like you could do it, but we art unused to these wild herses. I'd like 10 Sell liim to s une man who knows about ancb animals. II.' a fine pony, strong at a lion, but be'e a terrible bucker. I never s i? Ins equal.' II- smiled again indnlg ?l. l'a take a took at biro. The pony had rilled his hav b is ket an.l looked as iniiocenl as a worsted kitten. ?Nie.- lirtlo teller, shore thing.' said the M Issourian, as be p ttted the Rat, 'He's young and coltisb. Whai "Il m ii take for biml' ?Now,see here, stranger. I ?m a t lit man. 1 dou'l H ant to deceive anyone. That pony it a wonder. < le c <n outbuck any horse west ol .Selkllk I (? The old man's eyes wen- wry aggravating 'He needs an old hand, Ibat'?" al!. V\ by, I coold shoiihiei the little kid whilst he was a pi chin' Ins blau Wbai'll you take tor b ?1 d thro? oil $G, and \o i tal e the rope; but stranger, he's the worst ?le refused to ! .?fen, He took Ibe pon.1. As i he l.'.t followed bim oli be looked so small, so round and eem ie \ on wool:! haVt said. 'There goes ? man aitb a pony for his little girls.' We I lid off .< day si Tcbincot lake. We Deeded rest anyway, and it was safer to lei tie from Botte ;,'<? ab, I had made every provision ajj dual c implaiut on the .l/issouMan's part, but s' the same time ine can't be 'i o careful. There are no returning footsteps "ii tbe on?' trail, hit a few days later 1 nverto >k the man fioul In? diana, who bad been see saw in?? back and tortli on the trail, now ahead; row behind He had Ian' oil a hall day. II? approached me with a cur lolls leek on |||S face. '>tiai e,.|, ? bat kind of a i rael did von put oil on that teller from Botte?' '.\ mini's strong, capable little horse. \\ In ':' 'Well, my, I w.a just a passlu : ?i yesterday morning, * hen i he ibing look place i always was '.nek v about such.' 'Whaf happened':' queued I. ?I don'l w lab ally in ill's barn to burn, sir ingers, nor his lio se to take atall onteu bim, but when BOJ thing does go On I like lO see ii Von see. be had ?Oat d?a ved the last knot OU i he pack and as I came un he said: H ?w't this for a |10 pon.vV I said T'.etty good. Wiiu'd wu got him o? ol.'" 'A o ? i pie ol teuderfeeV h ? says, ?who ooa'.dn't ha idle bun. W ?\, be'a gentle as a dos; Mi en he snips the n my on the side. The little Bend litout both bind feet and took the o!d man on both knees and knocked hi? down , ver ?, pack saddle into the mud. Then he torn ed loose, that pony did, straogcr. I have saw horses huck a plenty, Hex loan brooks, wild eayaees In Montana, and all kinds o'beasrs in Calumnia, bal I never seen tlie was a bucket' Iroin I? tttlfl deck The !> aten?an laid there a groani', his two knees in Ins lists, whilst a trad ol ?00I an' leans an' sack an' i nbber boots le I up the bill, an' at the rar end of that trail Tmi? tti n\ yards up the blamed cnuse was a tewdia' like a April UmU." 'What happened to bloat 'Who:' 'The pony.' 'did Unite, as soon as he OOul I crawl a little, he sa.\s: dumme Bjj aran. I've hrec a paekln, on ika trails otthe Rocky moi'iitains lor Ion y years and I it *?? i a??s (loi e u ;? before, Bnnsse thai gun.' He sighted her, stranger, most viciooi a id pulled trigger, Tbe ponv garte one big l'un p and went a lollin' am?. a ciasiiin' into the gnlob. 'Yon "il never kick again, saja the feller from Batte*' Poor little Blue Bat II" hail gone to tbe my stio meadows ?here no pack-saddle could folio* bim.? Detroit l'*ree Press, swexso?Fob?Ved IN'stim i TIONS. lr was in an ariatocratlc Hyde Park borne. The well traim : hafa butler h id left, and the ne* ? ly engaged mau,eSwede, was lu proct ss < f breaking in, Callei * came, and be took tbe car.Is to tin mistreaa in his ungloved hunt-. leaving ihe silver caid tray resting quietly la lbs boll. ? u hen win bting things is ben Swctis.m,' said she, 'use the tray. it is not proper to bi ing tb< m lu yoiil hand-.' ?Tas,' be replied. Mis. 11 l'.iik had a new toi terrier. The goesta wlshetl to see it, and she sent for SweOSOU tu reich h. Noon there w i- a Baoceas on 01 staccato yelps ?no ? bines. '11 <? .?.mi opened, a very re : rjwenson apiieared witti the sihtr tra> 'ti Ins hand and s tiny dog terriei bald firmly do a u on it with .t. Lo: dotl (. 11 lo i . > ill -KIhmiiii ,unl i :. v.-in.t. ?l.-nt toth. I Skin < ?ntnii nt. M a pertn.in. : ant] ehr ? Dr. Cult's Condition I'owdi MORE SOLEMN STILL ?|| Is i solemn thing,1 s t|i| n,, young m .n. -whi n a ?om m a m m with iiei afffi'l ; II.' .- II the III Ml with Hie le, 'a when she von't h us: , * ufa fain own wages/? im:i in i ? ?i,Journal ? An old ladj ftom ? fxfotd, Mich.. a bo ? HI; her husband had s| t-nt tbe win:, i in Ua I i tore fa, ?as aaktd by one of her neighbors il .-lie hear 1 an eartln| i ike ? III California 'Ves. I beard one.' .-h tus'.-1 red, 'and rather enjoyed it. ?or it was the Oral thing tba< happened since .1 ihn and I baye been mariied that b< did not think 1 was to Idame for. ? - i I) Cr 'p M iy is intense!] tomb nine. .Mus I pti n? Wore so than otln r gtrlal 1? i irop - Well, she asked fa blacksmith the other day if I,ei h n >?? eouldu'i wear sho is H -m dler. CABTOniA. Groom?a rinn 'round the moon go of rain. Brl Is (?weetlj | -Ami s ilfg 'ronnd a woman's Inger is th slju of- - < ?room (aadli ) -Ii dgn, ?The vu.' ?he aanh, reflectively, "brought aboat, oi at letst bnrrleit a gre It many man lagen.' * fine, he replied, ?be! a h\ da e!l mi the horrors of wai V . CASTOHIA. Tie fa:- ^rt _ It et ?Tltf tt--;m. . r ??H i ?' do you knos that Mis? Dapper's hair euls ar tilH.ll.v!' H ?geraan - Be ?ause I saw it Is M?e i apei s ." Sie? L"f 'lie see; \oi ?pre ad Uttt'Cd to He-liar three ?ton tb a ago 1 snpp w? \')i at' pi totiei ig nos V I le ' Y s eco-i.um .' 'Ah! mV hoart'a attirai for glory,' lie de. I iled TllPII |? UlfPil She ? One JOS told another story?for aiMn ?aid it longed for HsV (SJje Minute Cough Cure, en TSat U -tmf it r -\? Bud? Im. A HUNTED ROEBU( tEV. DH. TALMAGE DRAWS A LE? FROM THE CHASE. Hun I. I Ike I In- IImtI ll.-i-inu | the l>"u-?CniMi.-a ii, sin. ii.- r sitli-t.? liml It,.i re>lnn,.ii| In ||,,. 1er? ol l.liTlllll Life. ? WaSHjHGTOH. Oct. y.?Dr. Tain drawing his illustration! from a bunt, in this di- 11 the fued and troubled "f the earth to i mid slake, their thirst at the deed i ins xli "A- tli" ban riantitu after tie- w ?i m v soul after t d." David, who mnstsome time bare the water. The ft nating animal calli rj in my text the is the same animal tliat in aacn d profane literature is calli d t?, nek, the hind, the gazelle, the r In central Syria, in 1 . whole pastan tie! . ?a a he aays ;. | by the hinds ef the fiel ? .an!. r< jutted from the long ? v lay down. No hunter who ? in "Ji i.n Broirn'i tr;, will wonder that in the Blblt I li an anim . the show? ra, the laki >. wai thi n. . (be iky. When [i th.- patriar h longed for fauiai n, I. nul brought borne a rot lank. let . t tbe ? and qnick jump ol the all leap as tie. har ' at a hi; thfnl n ? u driv '??iv.. ?- ,]: I i.h - : fter and loo* ?Will ; in;: ban ? ?r- 1 '. bimse "Aha ? after u withe my I url Mil to bim? '.?'; "that r indeer li [l puta ii- li ?/ave ti. wash? ? il flunks and it swii away : ry caniui s and it ? last. "li. that 1 might Sud the dei p, wil i my pnnrat ? ?A- the b irl ? antt tb aiter : I .nti tb my w ul alter the , ? ?? Tin- llilile Trill' to Nature. DI W DI pulOl with bunti ra, and tbo <!? er ai ilain by the d aammi with a bnnti r, I tie nght I would lil . r my text was act nrate ; its alluaii li. and a- I hi aid tie ? Ing a . a the track 11 a dt er, I said i ? the hunt? rs in rough cordoro; "Do the deer always make for wati vvhi n : He .slid: "Ol You .-? e they are .. ? animal, and tie y know w i el the wati r i>. and when tiny beardai g< r in tbo diatauce tie y lift : 1er* a:nl BUiff tile 1 l'ri /e alld : l. on or Saraaac, and w gel into cur oedai sin 11 I ..at or ttan bj th.- 'runaway' with rifle loaded au ready to blaze away. " My (rienda, that la one reason why like t!. much?its allusion rrne to nature. Its partrl ical partridges, ita?trieb is and ita reindeer real reindeer. Id not wonder that tbiaantlered glory c bunti i '?- eye spark! and In and his respiratioi quicken. To say D tine, of i; ItbOOgfa H is the must Useful o all J.M il- skii turned into human apparel, ira linew Itl antler putting bandies en cutlery and tin ibavings of il - ? pungen restorative, the name taken from tin hart and called bartiborn. Ihn puttini a.-ide it m, this enchautini creature eei mi made i ul of gra und t laaticity. What an rye, with a liq ;btm n a- n gatbi ri rl up trian ? hundred lakes at sums t' Tie borna, ; coronal l : m nirT", and afti r it s. <iu- com] cending into otbt ? of >'^ ?ne. up? lifted m pride or swung d iwn tor awful combat 'lie timidity nu] 'he enchant? ment of th.. wi .- Its eye lustrous in lire and pathetic In di atb. The splendid annual a oompli te rhythm "f moaelt and 1 ?ne and color and attitude and ?mu win tbercoucbed m ibagraa aim Dg I Ora Hviug holt shot through the forest, i r turning at lay to attack the bounds, 'a- rearing bul fail under tin' buokahot of the trap? per, it i- a :? i miid appearance that the painter'a pencil fails tu iketcb, mid only a banter's dream on ?i pillow of I at the foot of Mr. Regil to picture When 'jo miles from anj set* tit h., m . iwn at eventide to drink among the lily i with its abarpedgi d h ters the . rystal "1 Long lake it || m iy piotun aqua Hut only win n after miles af panait, with beaTing .-ule- and Inii tni,' tongue and eyis swimming iu death tri ni the elifl into upper how much David bad raftered Irom hi.s troablst and bow much lie wanted <"id when he i I himself in the words of the \s the hait pauteth after the wa (? r btooke, so pantiih my soul after l.ikr h Ilrrr til Bar Well, now, lit all those wbo have doming aft'-r tbuui tbe lean bounds of ; rv. er the, black board? or tbs spotted hound? of vie tndt. or the pale bonudi of .1. ..?. who are in anywise pursu the wide, deep, gli re.us lake of di lb? must if tile and women whom I happened to k at diff?rent tunes, if not now, bava troubla after th. in, sharp mnauled t hies, swift trouble?, all devouring t hies. .Many of y.m faava made the i take of trying to Agfal them. Bomel meanly attacked yon, and you stau them; they depreciated yon, you predated them, or tbeyovi m in u bargain, and you tried, in V Itn ' t parlant .-, ! t on th or you have imd a bereavement, insti .at of being tubmiasivfl you Qgbting thai 11 n avemeat. Von chi on tin- dooton who failed to effee ? r yon charge on the oan leen ot th.- railroad oompany through wi; the accident occurred, or you ;,r. chronic invalid, and you frei und a ry and ?cold and wonder why you c not (.-well like other people, and ; angrily blame th- neuralgia, or tbe I yugula, or the ague, or tbe sick he m lie. Tlio fact in you are a deat al 1 Instead of running to | vin.- .i oaolati. n and ilaking your thi and cooling your body and soul in good eiici i | and ?? ?mm ?way into the mighty deepaof Go love y.m are flgbthig a whole kennel harr iw in th- Adirondack! a dog lyi m the road, and he asemed una to gi f op and 1 .-anl to soin.- hunt tear by, "What is the matter w that dog?" They answered, "A th hurt bim." And J law he had a grt ?wollen paw and a battered lead, abo in? win re tbe antleri struck bim. A tbe probability I? that some of y might give a mighty clip to your pi v. u might damage their buaine you might ?orry them mto ill beall yon might inirt them aa much as tfa have hurt you, but after all it ia : . while V. u only bava hurt the tipper 5. anac, into which tbe monntains of Ooi eterna look down and nv - for your physical ?1 order?, tbe wont strychnine you c take ii --. ami the beat met re u. I kn w p pie who were only n litt Ii red, yi-t bave fretted tbemselv Into ci m? Ii t.- valetudinarianism, whi put tn.-ir trust in < tod and COI up fn m the very shadow of death Bl have livi d comfortably ~-"> j mily one lung. A man with one Inn but God with bim, ii better off than - man with two lung* Some en for a It ng time .-ailit around Cape Pear whin you ought have been tailing around Cape Ga 11 i not turn bai k, hut go abea lb mor.- with i .-witt t.. t than with it.- : Wilier? of Comfort. I saw whi le i bain? of lak-s In ti Adirondack?, and from one height yi tan tee 30, ami there ?re?aid to boovi son in, the groat wilderness of Ne Writ. S,, Dear are they to lachothi that your mountain guide picks up at earn..- the boal from lako to lake, tl miad distance between them for thi rea* ti called a "carry." Andtbereali I'l word i- one long obain < ; righl ' a b promise lako. a very short carry between thou and though for age? tbe pursued bai ! ?. n drinking ont of them they are tu up to the top of the green banks, an the tame David dea oribes ti., m, an they -"'m -'mar together thai iu thn. or i lai i - be -p. ski ol them as continnon? river, saying, "Thi river the streams whereof shall mak glad tbe city ol God:" "Thou ?bal make them drink of the rivi ires;" "Thon greatly enriebest i with th.- river of God, which is full o water. " But many : f you have turned you lark on that supply and confront you trouble, and yousre soared with you circumstances, and yon are fighting so ei. ty. and you aro Qgbting a pur-uni] wi rid, an I ti I drivini y, u into tbe <?' ol lake of hi:i\ellly coin bave made you ?top and tun ironnd and lower yonrhead.and it i limply ?nitL r agni I do no blame yon Pn i it Iy nudi r tl circn.matancei I would bavi dene wer? Mut you are all wi A to t? ai tbe ro'.iide, r do, - iu 1'. friiaiy aie Man h ?it ?bed? it- hon - [cal writers sllnde to tbi? retdguntiou * -..V ot I man who veuturesbia money iu risky en terprises, "He bas hunt; it < " the stag ? In in-. " and a proverb in tbe far e ist I man who has fo. ll-hly II -t ill fortune to go and Bnd where tbedeci ?lud- lier borna My brother, quit tin antagonism of your cirenmstano -. qail ? irophy, quit complaint, qail pitching into your porsui rs, be as wia ai nezl spring will oe all tbe doer of the Adirondack? Sued your boraa Tin- R*doonor*i B*wafB< Bot very many of >'"U who are wronged of the world?ami if in BOJ D lure and Golden Gate, Elan Francisco, it were asked that all those that bad been sometime- badly treated should raise both their band? and fall fl -I UBS -In aid be made, ih. re would 11 tu ico as many hands lift, d aa persons presea)?I say many of you Would declare. "We have always done the best we could and trii d to be useful, and why we should become the vi< tuns: of malignment or invalldiaaa or miaban, i- inscrutable." Why, do you know the Oner a d< er and the BSOTl : it- pro? ortions, aud tin- m< re beautiful its fearing, the more anxious the hunt? ers and the hound- are to rapture it? Had the roehuck a ragged fur and broken hoot- and an obliterated eve and a limping itait the hunters would have said, "Pshaw, don t let us wI ammunition 00 ?? sick awsr." Aad the hounds would have given a few miffs of the Meal and tin ii darted off. iu an? other direction for lutter game. But when tl I With antlers lifted in mighty oballanga te earth and sky, and the sleek Unie looks M if it had oi.othe.l by invisible hands, aud the fat sides luci?se the richest | .-lure that could l>e uihhled from the hunk* of rills so clear they mem to have dropped out of heaven, and the stamp of its f.xH deti.s the jack ?booting lantern aud tbe rille, the In in and the hound, that deer they will have it they must needs break their neeka id tbe rapids. So if there were no noble htiifT iu your make up, if you were a bifurcated aotbiaf, if you were a forlorn failure, y< u would be allowed t i- . ui.d -turned, but tho fact ; that the whole pack il lu full i ? you is proof poaJlive that yi u are epleu ! did gama und worth capturing. There? for* sarcasm drawi "I. Vol. it?"filjc-t ibe world | : uing for you with it? bast Kaynerd bratchleadet. Highest eosaplimeul is it to yonr talent t.r your virtue or your Dsefolneea fon will be assailed in pro? portion to your great a< hit-venen t <. Tii . Lest and tile mightiest being tin- world ever saw had sit after hiui all the bounds, tern-trial and diabolic, aud I they lapped his blood after ibeCalva ! reau ma world paid nothing ; to its Redeemer hut s bramble, four spike? and tensa Many who bare dt at ? be world better bava i art uuli time of it that all their pleasure is in anticipation of the neat world, and they could aiprtm their own i feelings in flu words of the Bal Nairn at the eloas of bar long life, when BShsd if she would Ilk? to livo her lifu over again: Would you b? young agali.? not I, tear of iie-m.?ry niven. ' inward I'll hie: 3 .?..rk wave f i All bul at r.-st on - ' ? >Te. With hom? so nl?ri ' If ;...'! m?Klit, would you BOW l:. tr.e ? >.. ir - ar through stormy ?Tilda, Pa ? n 1 NlKhl's ^?<>.'iiiy a Morning all nenia:- . Hop ind us shed. Heavenward, away! Minier of th?- H'.uikI-. at people la this world there reema no 1st np. Tin van- panned from youth to manhood and from man d Into ' Id tga V?17 diatingn art Lord Stafford'! hound?, the Karl of farboroogb'i hounds and the Duke of Rutland's h"imd.-. and Quean Victoria pays$8,600 a year to h-r master 'f bucJthonnda Rut all of then put togeth? er do not equal in number or ipeedor power to hunt down the great kennel of ; bounds of which tin and troubla uto owner and rn Bat what is a relief for til this pur nit of troutile and tnnoyanes and pain and bereavement? My text gives It to you In a word ol three let! r-, i ut ? a h t la a chariot if you would triumph, ora throne if yitai want to ba crowned, or t lake it yt u would slake your tiiir?t ?yea, a chain of tbreelaki?Q-O-D, ne for wie 'in David longed, and tb? one whom David found. Y. a might as well meet a rtag which after its sixth mile of running at ti BJ ?? ?t through (bit ket and gi r_'e. and with tha hreat ?1 of tbedt gi on fti me in full light of B and try to cool iti projecting and ? "gue with a drop of dew from a blade of grass as to attempt to aatisfyau immor? tal -mil when Byfaag from trouble and sin with snything less deep and bish ami broad and Immen? and infinita and eternal than God. Hiac mfort?why, it emboeomi all distreai Hi? arm, it wrencbea off all t. n laga His hand, it WiptS away all oar?. His Citristly atont mint, it makes us all right w ith the paet and all right with the future, all right with Ut*l and all right with man and all right t raver. Lamartine tellsaatbal King Kimrod said tub!? thr e sons: "Here are tin ano one la of clay, another of amber and another of gold Choose now which you will have." The eldest son, baviug first choice, eboss the vasa of gold, ou which wa? writteu the WOtd "Kmpire." anil when i penad >t was found to roattia human blond. The seooad SOW, luakiug the next choice, cho-e the Tata ol am? ber, inscribed with the word "<;!ory," aud when optned it contained the a-bes of those who were 1 me called great. The third sou took the va eof alay, and, opining it, found it empty, but on the bottom of it was inacribsd ihe naaat of God King Nhanrod asked his eoartlafa which vase they thought Weighed the most The avaricious nun of his court said the vase of gold. '1 be 1* eta ?aid (ho ouo of smber, but the wfaaat men taid the empty vas-, bacaass one Ittttrof Uta uaine of (.'?txl outweighed a universe. Hud'. I'roml.?-. For hiui I thirst, for his gra ou his promise I build my all. Without linn 1 canuca be happy. I bate tried tb? world, and it does well enough as far a? it ntS, but it is tot) uncertain a world,*!*! evanesces! a world. I am not a prejudiced witaesa 1 have at th .n-t tin? world. I have 1 ecu one of the must t'lrtunate, or, to uso a more Christian word, ant of the nm-t iif man?bleaaad la my parents, beaten! iu the plaos of iuy nativity, bit - my health, blessed in my field of Work, iu my natural temperament, i in my family, blessed in p. minifies, bbssed iu a oomi livelihood, blessed in the hope that my soul will p> to heaven thrOOgh tin- pal iloning mercy of God, ami my body, nu? ll? it be lost at sea or cremated tus?me conflagration, will be down in the u?r QIeaawood amoug my kiudtt-d and tri-utls, some alreadygt at ami .ah? ile- after me Life to many has been a disappolnti tent, bal tti me it baa ? nid yet I du? dare that if I did not feel that ( hid was now my friand aud ever present help I ifaoald be wretched and terror stricken. Ihr [want atom of bim. I have thought over this text and poached this | to myself until with all tue i - of my biHiy. mind and eoul I tau cry out, "As the h tit laatttth after H water brtsiks. so pautetu my aoul ?Mi r thee, O Qad," Through JtBOt (hi ?t make t your God, ami y,lU can witbstai. thin? and everything, aud that affrlghti others will haaptrt voa. Aa ba time of an earthquake when an old Christian woman was asked a lb< wa? scared, an?wert-il. ??>,, | 1' I that I have a Qod who gat) shake tin world," or, as iu a finan, lal pain.', when a Christian men haut wa? if he did not fear he Would l.r ?wared: ' Isa, I shall break wheu ?he ??'ninth Petits break* in the fifteenth verse, 'Call upon mo in the day of trou? ble; I will deliver thee ?ml thou shall tat?' " Oh, Christian men and Women, pursued of aiiuovauoc? ami ex asperatiooi, rtuiemts.tr that this hunt, I a still baut or a haut m full cry, will eoou be over. If ever a ? "< 'l1 o imed and ready ta alioh aigbt. it is when in tbe Adir, n mn tn-iiit-iiciona plaage into Big Tapper lake get? away from hiui Tbe tlisaj pointed cauine ?win s iu a little way. k? stee with Luu ih, ?,,! viwii at ? i ?ontinaed on 4th page.