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OCTOBER 14,1898. N() 43 ?rttN^NioaArt ttWiUll I? PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN H. QRABILL. -? -?sl.'BSCKlPTlON $1.00 Per Year. InvarUM, in Adtance. Allcomiininicaiio?sota privat nature will be charged for as advertising. THE HTCBALD tlOB OITR'K e ??..,,wt* m every respect. Work do?. on short notice and on the no.treasonable I em. bfftNAN*i?/?tt ttfcfl/U Advertising Kate?. A vertisements will be inserted at i l? dollar per ?qaareof tenlineaor lea* lor the ti rut insertion, and ?Osent? toi w*. b sobeeqnent insert ion. Cw**Qiiarterly or yearly adrartlaen eol by contract. CeWUule** the pnmberof in?trticnii Is milked apon the iiaiia?ciipt,?dvertl?i. ment? will be pnbli#bed antil forbidd a nnd ebarsad IT.OFKssioNAL CARDS H. WILLIAM?. W. r 1 11 HAMS ^V 1 LI.I A.MS ft BROTHER, Attorneys - at - Law. WOOlNsTOCK, va Practice in the (Jollllsol Kbenandoab, j Rockiiinbaiu, Page, rre.teiiik and War-1 laa aaaatiea,aleo la tbi Courtol appeals of Virginia and in the United Btate?Uis tii n Court. tysp.i'ta. attention gi?en to the ool set.on ot olaiaaa. Hat lh. W-M m L wALi s. o.xra MAS. i y ALTON a W ALTOS Attorneys-at-Law, WOODMTOt K Va Practice in nil the Court? ioah and adjoining ooanttM, in iho 8u pre?? "o-irt uf Appeal?, and in the Cir : CoarM of the U aial attention tooollecti. ? k. s. TATsaaaa. j m. baoskbmas T-VYKNM K & li A1/S HUMAN. Vttorneys-at-Law. WOODSTOCK. VA. Jul* JF1\ TAU \Y. s i LISE, Resident Physician D R. w. i foi:i> li.-' answer i I Mr. 1?. II Walton ui.i, ? ? I No. 11. PI I.IN. Attorney - at - Law, \YoO!?TO? K, '? Win pre i?i. BOLMBS I ON RAD. r a .TONRAD & MAGR?DER, Attorneys - at - Law WOOD8TO? K. VA. T I.Ml'Kl. B0RD1 ATTORNEY- i T-LA W. 1 iffi ? K - Stickle} anO Boyer Building, Woodstock, and at Tribune Oftl . , Va. O. C. o FI.AllKKi Y. M J. 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WHOLESALE Produce Commission Merchants 025 Louisiana Avena?, Washington, : D C. - "f ever] msrketah product?no mattet what?of the Farn Dairy, Poultry ?ml S:, ? ppen paid daily the highest whole ? ful expet leiice la guarantee ol our ' ability to bandit Refer to prfonetor el Hbbald ?ens' Xationai Bank i I ' D. C. r.'U tear. - Por Sale. H*' HtvHi.it ? Vi lottert,: I veil liKMt.'l ilti'l vi pro Mlle .."sl qualltj ., Sl. aor.'13- II- . ? 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Mar..s Designs Copyrights Ac Anrnne i ? Scientific American. -??..?.'la KUNN & Co.36,B-?,-*y New Yorl Brand, ofBee, SB 9 St, Waahiutfti.n. I). 0 Ir. tablar hi ??r>\ Georg? ! bal it reminds ol the o il ila.tH ni til!" suddi exolaimed Mi. B >wm-r Iba o' evening us in- looked np fron newspaper. "Tin' waiPqoeried Mrs. Bow "Tho war. ol ctmi.se. I've It thinking ail day that ii I was a Bve tears yonuaer nothing sbo keep toe fiom going to the ti? It makes in,\ ?mises thrill to I'i ot the booming of big gona -eifauis Dt abelTs?Hie heroic difleieuce of men ander Bre, I ?ere ofleretl a commission I lieve IM I'D an)boa." When me Bowteia weie main ,1/rs. Bowser understood that ? B wsei bad served m the ?h II w She also iiinifistiiiiii that be Ii gi?e, m as a |nivate and come i i> i colonel. Now ami tin n lie ? ?! her with deaoripti >ns ii h les ?uni bis brave deeds on i field. Fur the Bret few moul she implioi lv believed in all -an', ?is was the duly of a tmstli woman. Later00, ?ben she I j?aii to reatl np on the war. sl couldn't make bistort ?lid M Bowser's statements agree. 1 and l>\ he ceased to call bims? ? ( ' iloliel ' I> iwsei, or to talk war, aril she ?as h'aA euoogb I bave the subject dropped. It ha got .?o i hat she must condem ? veiy bihtorlau as- a liar or 001 elude ibtt Mr. Bowser hail nevt ;tei h 'o the front, "Yes," coutiuued Mr. ?3 up ainl walked aronud th room, ? ? I"?i like 'n lead a regimeti attle aoalll. L 1Mb! but Hi e\e t roenl of it?the exultation - 13 ! \\ ben I tl ink of it '?in bo dlj hold myself." Mi. B .\wi was a very fool isl m h to call up his war record am; 1 v ,t game ol blufl on his wife II" should have bei n warned b.t : be rjuei i look she gave bun am the silence she maintained, liui lemnorary eutbasiasm made bim ss ami lie continued: "1.11 ils'.- bul that day al Getta s borg?shall 1 ever forget ii! I'm ?m lioiir we wete under stich a hall storm ol death thai 1 did not ex |M cl a man m m\ region ul In collie Ollt liiiVt'.*' Mi-. B a st i b "kl tl it liitn in .1 . bul bad nothing to sa\. Tins piqued Ihe u tl ?ai borse, an 1 be turned on her with "Woman, dm jou ever woudet to yoursell abat a battle was like! Ho? you can Bit the e liki a liamp on u log wbeu Ihev ma\ be Babi log ?nid cheering ami dying witblii ??i miles ?if u? is a puzzle to inc. Why ?Ion'; you swallow ?hat ri.il : ,ii,il ask me some ?i'K's tioUsP' "I will." ?si e ?i'iiet y replied. "Were \?ui iu ilie I tte war?" "W?a'.l Wim! was 1 in Hie late Wal!" ? V\ bal regiment." '?The Kigliteentli Ohio, ?if course I've told \i>us<! tile limen over At the battle of Antietam we lost !!'i men, und ! was promoted Iron pi irate tu Ber?eaut." '?Where is Amietam?*1 "Where?where is AiiMeiain,'' in* aiammei ? d, as his face bo hau i?. rclOeii. "Antietiim is in Virginia, ot course. When* ?lid yon think it m Wisconsin?" ">o, sir. I Knew it nui in Maryland. \Yliat the Federal bis .?all A 0 tie t am is called Sbnrpsburg by the Confedera ??? It is a lit i- to '.n on tin- 1',.tomar, in M inland." '?Yuii?.\?iu set out to post me on Antieta i!'' be shouted, a-* he stoi ?1 nil and glared at her, lint at the same time realised tbal be had he. ti caught. 'Celt ?inly. Headley. Qi?eely, Loseli z end nil other a tilers ol lbs ?ai locate Antletsw as 1 bave." "Then I bey are bise liars an?) ? is, ami ought to !>?' s io ! Win ii did \"ii in gin toread npOU ??.hat jon call history!" ' I've bren al i lur some time, placidly replied Mrs. Bowsei . j i ?oc been wrong aboo Antietsm, bol boat does it feoppe that Hie Bigtrteeatb Ohio Is do mentioned as one of the Peder? tegiments paiticipufing?" "Not mentioned," shouted Mi 1 lo?ser, aw lie swallowed at tin i lamp in his liront?"Bightsamtl Ohio is not ine'itlnnrd! ' "Not m an.v liintor.v of the li?t tie, and I've looked ibrosgh ??bom ten. They mii/lit have liad l gradgS against join uniment bow. evei, ami so refrains i Irosa naming ?it. Von say you wert* pfOfflOtetl to a sefgiaii'cy. How many set g?ants In a \!.?mpanv, .Mr. Bowser!'' He couldu't bave told (or his lile ! whether there were 6 or !?">, and drew a loog breath aod )elled bei: 'Woman, do you lake me for fool! V"ll seem to have set Q with Ibe deliberate intentloo ol i Bolting me !'' ' Far from If," she soothingly i plied. "You wondered why I w not shooting over the war, ai ivh.v 1 didn't ask JO0 questloi You eveotnally became colonel the Eighteenth Ohio, didn't von "Ot course I did." "Were the historians mad at \( personally f" "1 don't know i hat I bey wer? - why?" "Because no'o of tlteui metitio ill you as colonel ol thai regimen Both Loataing anil H-adley ^i\ the colonel's name as" ' What: What's that] ' he Inte I ii'ited; "I ht y don't mention nn Toe Mats and deceiver?! The boat lui n livpociiis! And yon Wl read the wiitlngs ol men who ?j at it with malice aforethought t deprive your bnsband of bis jus honor as a soldim!" 'Tut ir ooudocl was leprebens said Mis. Bowser. ",md hope yon will lake revenge on ibem You wete speaking ol the battle o Gettysburg and the nail storm c death. Were yon a colonel oftbi Eighteenth Ohio tbeuT" "Certainly. When I finally ko the unie*' lo charge didn't I step"? "But I can't Pud that the E gta leeiiMi Oblo was tbere * she mur rupted. "It does not appear n be list of regiments at all." "They?they dared to leave m ou !" shrieked Mr. Bowser. ?? inet dare, Von speak ol tin battle ol Gettysburg, dus! s bid ilav do you mean':" "I mean the day of i lie battle." 1B it there was three day? ol fiji tine." "I deii.\ it?i deny it!" "Well, Ibey may have made a mistake. Wii.it was (be date ol the battle!" "The lOih ol .lune." "Ihe.\ all give the dates the ; sa in?ibe 2, ?"? and I of July. The third day of the fighting was the climax. When Lee tailed to pierce the Federal center with Picket*'? Virginians be began his retreat to the Potomac. Mr. Bowser, son must have .your commission *ud discbarge papers, and I abooldlike ?h >ec iliein, ? re tlie.\ in the deed boxi" "Wotn.i! !" hoarsely whispered Mr. i!o.\s. r, as be adVBUCi d and towered over ber, ??job seem to doubt \oui husband's Veracity." "But yon may not have been ;n tbe late war, you Know. Yt u mat have thought yon were, but" ??No more, woman?not another, aoid! Kij-ht here iu tnj own bouse, bj my own w if?*. 88 ?renrs after the war, I am told that I did UUt enlist?-thai I Bevel saw a hat tie ?that I was not a colonel?F a my regimeni was not mentioned u bistort! il Is enough. 1 am going out and ma.\ nut return tonight? mav never return. Piense bold \ourself in readint'SH to receive a ??all from my lawyer in the morn \\\??." And Mi. Bowser wenl out snd bought twu glnsaes of beer ami .talked around and jawed blrosell tin midnight. Ut*, Bowser ?us awake when be slipped softlj in and made teadv tor bed, bnl Bb? (?dt |,t him and liadn'i B word t?. mv. Kelt morning, when ne ?lanced ai her aoross lbs breakfast table, she pretended to I y II all 00 lbs eolfee, hikI said she'd tlis cbargs lbs cook If 'I couldn't be better??!. A ( IJRIOUS SIGHT. In Japan lbs traveler sees manj I curioua algbta. One of I be str?ng ,,st of a hu-'' is lbs population wash. Ing Itself at thecorners ol stnc's toward evening. In Yeddo the citizens frequent large bathing es lablisliineiiis. The si reel doors ot teen resorts stand open, and a striking spectacle, to as? tbc is present? d bv the Inn ates Bitting a ashing themselves with the ut mo-' unconcern, llu? in a geosrsl citsioin, and nothing whatever is thniiulit Of it. Buch an app irent ?rant ofmodeatj isiilfflcnll toeom ?e'i.nd and is Dot reconcilable .11 ? Ihn advanced state ot elrilist tino n( the .lanai.ese. in mam other i in.i manners sad cnstosss do Ihe Japs offer a sinking mitHtf onisiii to those seospted by us. William (rending)?*?Pe, whit's a prolonged coniiict ?" Pa?"Ii's somethingyosfil nevif tie aide to usderatand, mv boy, ?"? t 1 you irOWeop and (?et man'.iil.' One dressy won,an in town will n a ?F /an iiiiiocent men in debt. SERVANTS' i:X( USES. We hive hcarl the story of the Canadian mistress who, with aeren s. rvants in 1er house, was olditeil >o go the garden and pick berries lor the table. Each ol the sei yants declined the tsak with the stereo? typed excuse, "h a'.ii't my place to pick belli? 8." Ord, in bis "History ot Cleveland," nines an aoecdote ol Mdigaret tvbarton, who. while accepting her servants' excuse, yet made them tin her will. In one of her \ laits to Searborogh Mis. YVIiarton. a ich her usual econ? omy, hail a family pic for dinner, ab ich she dliected the footman m convey to i he bakehouse. This the man dtcUued iodo as not be? longing to bts place, or rather, as deiogatorj to his consequence. Tue lady then moved the questlcu to the coachman, bat foouJ a ?till strongei objection. To s.ivt the ?Hide of both Mis Wharton resolved to take '.he pie to ; he simp beraelt. Sie ordered one man to harness and bring ou' tin* horses ami the other to mount and ride behind, and thus the er? rand was dune with ail honor ami ceremony. Then in due lime the c >a ?!) nan was ordered to put to a secorit lime ami fuOOian to mount bebind, and Mis Wbarton bronghl back tin pie in Ibe same dignified slate. ??Now," said the Indi to tie coachman, "?on have kept yooi place, which is to drive, and you yo.'i.s," to the footman, "which is to wait, and i mine, ahich is to have my pie fot dliiner." A yo?ng couple, who were roar ru (1 in Fredi rick, Md., seul '<> the B. ..V <). I all road station to t ike a tram lor >\ aablirglo i <>n a wedding trip. ?VbUe sitting in the * lilina room ibey became s ? piigroased it each otic t thai the tr nu pulled out bet?re ibej knew it. "(,l.i PHERE'TAI TICS, ??What givea me m? si 11 nuble," sai 1 a loteigu mil - -he, "il tr\ ing 'o tiaiisl.ite ;., i.i a menean language li to Knglisb Brat, and then into my o? u . BO as to give my got ei nmeui a cm :. ci understanding ol the Bpiril an i character of \ "i ; '?I ti rid the phrase 'gel tbi i?'.' tor example, iliflicult. When I ?a? yonr m.tanti forward a gainst the opposing tioups In the Im is and Iiitrencbnients, 1 sil to the officer ?ith inc that tbe Infaii tr.v should no! attempt such a movemeul witboul Ibe anillerv. 'You're i igbt,1 be lold me, 'but tbe I., v- ?ni gi ? there.1 AI nigbt. when we were all so hungry, I reo lured to int] lire ?I s I irtber move meut were contemplated till vooi aims was provisioned. Then the officers, abo were gentlemanly, ai1 laughed and said the amis Would think about rallona ?hen they lgoi there? ??hie seo il d day we met man) id vom wounded o en oominj ? ie g? log i- rward. ^ ben in.i ?iii.l asked them about lh< fighting, mi many tin.es i beard them aav.'We gol there,' -'ml alter ward also I bond thoae words used verj orten. Bui it la ?o diffl cult lor me to explain so no peo? ple aill understand it whai nature o? t?ctica is -get ti.? ie- " WOODEN MAUSER BULLETS That IhC BpaOiSb soldiers in F iba were inferioi mnrksmen is ?ell known to our soldiers and m i nnoa, but much surprise 'i ? I bob si pressed at ihe remsrknble lank ?I exeoition whleh ebaraoteirtred the m at Oiiantanamoand Santiago. 1 has remained for Olal i Hint gun captain No. i of the Unit Slates gnnboal Montgomery, throw some light on this natter. OllsOll, ? hile his slip ??IS Ht tioned oil Santiago alter the d stroctron nl Cavern's fleet, wei aboaid the Mana Teresa in sean ol boo venters. Bs loond a hu ? qnantlty ol aaosid Mauset on I ridges in clips ol live. One t 11( se e?ips loiind Its waj to ti \'ew Tmk Moa office, It '.bePpai lsh i'.rmv and navy were ((piippe with that Kind ol ammunition, the Carvers sod Toral were amp' ju.stitii tl tu sinn ndenag. l'he cartridges found bj Ollso coil? st o? a metal shell M uleil will ban and a spriohltag Ol po (tier Tue bullet is linthet brasa do lead, lint ol wood. Some wiokn m my ( onliactor had itStM the ordinanoa bureau ol the Spoil Uh navy, but to what extent tIn anr m leas Wooden Maaaef i? u I lets were used wil probably nevti be known THETROUBLESOFAPROPHE' "II >w int happen, Braddi r John sing, ('at go' duo Ojull preaclm down in AUibauiy a'red.F ':" "W'j no cb'ch ?iaii pay In ter shun to eunything 1 any and she On ihn salai;,." "1>.*.\ mus' be might] bad l"t ? brotberin an sistenn down dar." "No, dey hain't so pow'fnl bad bur alter I went 10 profls} il 1 los all manner "' lbs entire g "ir,'-" "l)at so .'" ??Y ms, you s?e I don bin i?roi? ayiii 'bout wbol ooming to pnaa arbnt gwine to happen to nil den mean Diggers Whul ? ,l?ldcn pa.\ di nicai hel, ??li kollecfion.s ?I,/. |ea com In m ii m* t??'il one dav the m? Perm ax me wbut kind <?' wedde we g wine to bab lor ibe possuu supper feet 1 fa I, an 1 tell Uto Int sin wni be de lin?'-?' soit, fer b win. migbiy bongiy an wautrd ?1? supper to sin? cuiii ? il. Bot. sub lut r .iin? ?1 an sleeti d an cum t wo <>i ?m e sk.\ ItOOUS, and den I seed m.. 'flueuce wid my nav'ard hrndtleiii .vu/, shoiv bastad. Desalar} k? I I. ?? ions luck de d?aos, an Du mat i?t now I exhausted mj Mock nei boa I proflsyed dey woz abo lei ?i? blatin hike, de\ jesl ?ut dar an 'all d a* me an ? tiddeii pay me inn l V led cent ne; gin me ?!?? tin key dinner, Dei mithin."? Atlanta Journal. One Minute* (?ougii Oure, curc5. Ihat u ~t?i It " ?? made tor. TUIKD CLASS MATTER. ??Bay," asid lbs Ixxkkeeper, ad ilreaaiug tbe caabiei and winking knowingly at the office boy, "do you know anything shoot tins stamp tax':' ??Huie," replied tbe cash er. ??What ?lo you wain to It no? '" ??Suppose," continued the boi k kecpi'i, "lloit I walltet) to c\pn--? my op mon; wool l I ?ia\ e tu ? imp tbe ? t press [eceipl " "I .oioubteiih," susaered the cashnr. "Fut it' you ?ill Sllow m?-. I aonlti suggest thai you loi ward \ mi; opinions by mail! ' ??A id why b.i nal!':" at-ked tin autocrat ol the h dfter. "lb cause." replied ibe caabier, "as thej bave un w.iglii it ??ml: be up e'u cheaper." I go N-jwb ? I LACERATED ?? A LION. '.'. '/.? ke U the animal keep? r with Lehmai B ( irons, was attacked in the Ii" by one of the lions, who felled him a nil a bios "ii the bead w-itli ita paw?, and continued the attack as be lay prostrate. Walters grabbe 1 one of the cage and drew himself to hi- feet, ut mpting to I the lion. Almost blind by blood from the wounds in his I i s then ; himself to the door .'?t the rear of the cage ami. unfasteniug it. leaning ont and f.-ll unconscious to the ground. Hi- back is terriblj lacei atad. The doctors -.a be cannot live C?STOniA. AN ENGLISH JOKE Mot bet ?Why don'r y.iu play with tbat Ami'ilean 1-03! lio\ Ile tels stones. M obi r- Ile doral Boy?Ves. He came from Net York, and lie says he never saw a Indi in or a buffalo.?London Soi ? Au uld eonuirj u an otuoe lato i small town in Aikaooas a week o so ne?). He livni in i he aooilaani Ins ?,ist \ lall to tOWC hail been n.ntii at the close of the civil war. Tin little country place was then lull o Soldiers, and now alter l bul y je n i the liiNt thing (he obi man sum was a militar* company maicbiof to the depot on their way to i lit eneaai|iiiieiit. He looked in ama/.e men. ami mattered aadibly : "Bi y ah, ibem cm tied liars told mi Lee bad i utieider.'il, and ! < rot tuat dratted war sttil gola' ou !'' letter, S ili-ltliciini nnd K'ii'iiin. Tiie i r and ?martina;, Incl .1 n- ,. leinataatlyallayed inerlain ? I I -in.' very bad caan ntly cared by M 't v . lent for iti bii g ; nipple*, , . ilhlains, frost I'iies 11".:1 Ci,! Dr. ('atl)'s Ceii.?tiiin NSretfl |oat what l ? when in bad conditioa? Tunic, bl"o.l porifier and ? rtnifnge. They ars art Ine and the beat In boree in prime oondltioa. P cents isr Bactajs, rHEMOTHERSOPMEN DR. TALMAGE SHOWS HOW WOMEN SHAPE DESTINY. M lint la Uri-tl In tin- II..ne?Th.- liifln <-...-.-? of ii.-r.-iiiij?ii i. in., li ?aae I lint Make? flic Niitlon?Vnlnrc >.?*, et I oraet?. ! WaBHWOTO?, 'ut. '.i.?Tin- auxilien pan Dtal inflneni furies go by, Fr. Tabu ? forth, while disci lursiog al ont one of the , grandmothers of Bible times Tbe textil Il Timothy i, .",, "'i ?, onfi igned faith that is in tl Ural in thy grandmothi r Lois." In tl toral lei t. r which Paul, the old minis? ter, Is writing to Timothy, the young i. tbe family n eord is ? >nr. Paul practically snys: "Timothy, : what a good graudmother you had! Yon nuL'ht to I e heiter than im nly was your moth? . nr grandmother wbi -? id alao Two preceding generations of piety ought to give yon a mighty posh In the '1 be fact was that Bgement He was in pool health, having u weak I..ric, and Faul nie. "a little wine I i sake"?not much wine, I ut a little wine, and only : it tbe win.- then ?i as mnch :. "? Ith log i or modern ho WOOld ni t have ?,i : imothy, not strong pbyi ? of gran? ml hint i.lia. Us I hi!!* !.. ? power i.. hildren ? ? . ovil ha? ' ? [ out with 1 ra. and heart war . ...... 1 mid worn? n i : ? and useful have been i g her de : bow many osyln i mid church? s tin y built and how many millions i f dol?an I lumaniturianandt The Women Wim >\?in. The got il women who-" toi inted in tb . in the nine r. i nth century than they were i ' f this nineteentl ii ntieth Century than now. Marl you, I have no idea thai the grandmoth r than tiieir grand daughters. Voiic.n ont how th. when they were boys andgirla. Tiny b and a noucommittaliam which makcame think they feel them -??lvi s to be the i natodiana of t : ration of their early comradea WhiU - i II?-T the tollies them on the wit . and cross examine . ? 11. ir.it' il Frenchman, Volney, ry m 17U6, and be nyi of woman'adit t in tl i j ri minm i ? riaed more ? tor these ,n thai in d i.iir 1. I -ter talad at i midnight 1 ks aboat the h ty and bow womanly health goes down under it. i but it ?? chaplain of a French regiment incur Revolutionary war wr< te in i .s-j In bis D VV, men, " laying: .1 and well nroportii ned, : their fi.irc.ris ur,. i;, nenillv reL'ii'ir. tin ir complexioni are generally fair and ? ithoot color. At SO y? ai's of worn? u have no longer the troahntaa of youth. At ?in or 40 th. y arc decrepit." In lsl'?' a few 1^:11 .?> asnl eniitli d " A r-k. toh Of the United State.? ut the Commencement (rf tbe Prasant Century," and be says of the women of tbota time?, "At th ill tlleir charma have disappi ired." One glance at tin? puiira: man i'??? yi ara ; their style of dreaa makes us wonder how they ever got their hrtath All this makes me think that the ev? il train is n more an improve? ment on the i id canal boat graph no more an Improvement on the old tin a the women of our ih'.y are an improvement ?DO the women of tbe last ? ? lliiiKir tin- l?. il. Put still, notwitbatanding that thos fillies Well) - : -e tllllll f'Uri tin re w;is ;v ;? lly worn en TO mid ]' o v. ;irs ago who held th world back i r1 m hu ind lifted it towan virtue, and withont theii exalted am Him titii d influence t ? i ? :* thh good Influence woold have pi risbed fton the earth In : 1? ? < I all over tins lam thi re Bl much ii ehurchi's, for many ot then art Me to come?a great maay aged grand lliothers. Tlf v s< on tim, - t.i 1 (hilt till i rot M has cone past them, ami tbej Lave as they are 11 i it ?lo no 11 ??ut 'I bi lrin ad siiiiietiiin i get schtni ti'i.in the racket it the grendchildret flown -rails or in ! , They : y the i su Islam m up anil down When it ? Mid, it hangs on them toagSB ,rial> '? IS to have the Ilaiiilohiltlren liiinishifl eveowbea they deserve it and have so relaxed their f family discipline that they would spoil ali the yonagaten of th* aieney. These old folks are tin ii tort when great trou I.les c,me. and th're l- ?t cadming flnd finthiiiK power ir. the touch of sa sand hand that is alino-t supernatural. They leel they aro almost through with the journey of life and read tbe old Bod than tln-y used to, hardly knos in? which most they enjoy, the <)1 Testament o? tbe New, and of ten ato and dwell tearfully over the family re? onl half way between We bail thai today, whether in tue house of God? at the homes! I is that noun bold that has in it B Grandmother Loll Where she is angels are boverini and God is ia tbe room. .May barbu days he like those lovely autumnal day that we call Indian summer! 1- it not time that you ami I do tw things?swing o| sa a picture gallery o the wi'inki. d ta.. ? and deri of tin- past and call down fron their heavenly thrones t; moth.-rs, to give them our than then t.. persuade the motberi of toda; that they are living for all timo an? that against the .-?d. - .,f every ' which a child is rocked beat ' eterui: ? ruilli-a tori.? til Time. Here we bave an untried, ond and unexplored subject S*i a often ben about your influence opon your owi children. I am not talking ahout that What about your Influence apon th. twentieth century, upon the, thirtietl century, up n tbe fortieth century, up on the year 1000, UpOH the year ?1000, if the world 1,000 years tx fore Christ came It is nut 111. sin ;. .?.' thai it may stund I.oou y.-ars after his ar rival. Foul thousand year? the world swung off in sin, 4,000 y.ais it may hi twinging back into rigbteoosn? :' multiplication oi rid'? population m a century your descendants will be ovar 800, and by two c.-iituri. s ot nal ti] i n every one of them yon, the mother d a?!, have an iullueiic ? or? vil. And if in four oenturl .!> -e.miaiits ?hall have with thi ir names Oiled a aoroll of hundreds of thousands ma angel from heaven, to whom i.? given the capacity t comber . f the stars 11 heaven ami the ?andi of the ?a-:. . wa ami bow many . fOU will have m the t. or thousandth year of tbe wi rid ? Dtinnam ef Do not 1, t in, that tin y are *^?r,-d ami sit clear back nut of sight from tiie world, feeling that it The moth ., in the atea, the parliami ; pulpits, the liaiikli _' lional ciiairs, the prisons, the alms -. the company of midnight hrig BOds, the cellars, the ditches Of tins e.ntury. Vou have been thinki: i tiie in.portante of having the right in v.p'di one aarsery. Vou have been thinking of the importance of get? ting tho?,- tw,. little feet on t path. Y. u have been thinking of your child's destiny for th.- ne i narian. That is ?''il, hut my ml jeot a in- Dsand years, a million years, a Quadrillion of years. I cannot stop at one eradle ; i ?un looking at the craau that reach all around the w all time. 1 am not talking c Mother Eunice, lam talking of Qnuul mother l> la Th" only way you eau tel the force of a current is by tailing u stream, or tbo fot i ni wav by running tba sbipagainstit Kuuuin, til ti? with it wo cannot appr?ci?t?, tii ' itimating matt mal Infle generally run along with it down th cm am of time, and so we don't under nand the full force. Let as come up ti it from ti:e eternity tide, tftet it ha i. i n w( rking on for centuries, and so all the good it has dont and all it has accomplished multiplied in mag nificentt r appalling a mpt und interest ifferencs between that mother') influence on her children now ami tin influence when it has been multipli?e in bundredi of thousands 11 lives i- thi '.'A'' ? Ii the Mi.-sis.-ipi i uve] away up at the top of the continent starting from the little I.ah si ven miles long and one wide, audio mouth at tbegulf of Mexico, s ties might rida Between the birth o? that rivet and ita i criai in to .i; pours m. an.i ? in, ami the Arkansas ? ours m Hid and White and the Yaz o rivers pi ur in. and all ti.. territo slh ?zbany u:. un -int.tins make con tri I ?. order to I influence, we need to i ou? in a eradla, ?uni we will find 10.00 tributaries of infla g in ami pouring down. But it is. afti i great i ii r rolling on t \?r Who can fathi m it? Wh< can bridge It! Who can itt p it. H.ui te t na tl,. i- I.. tt. r I e intensif y ing tin ir prayi rat Had they not 11 lag th'ir example? Bad they not better og thi nut Ives with the conaid that by their raJtbfelneea ot they are starting an influence which will be itu] . the last mountaia of earth it flat, and the last ? a has dried up, and ths last flake l f the ashes of a OOBSUmed world shall have hull blown away, and all the tele of other worlds directed to the track around Which our W< rid once tWtmg shall discover not M mili b as a cinder of the burned down ami swept off planet In Ceylon time is a granits column lili siiuare fi ' t in sw? . which is thought l'y the natives to d.cii'.e lie world's continuance An augel witk ; r.ii from /.? phyn tury to ?leset ml and sweep the hi in ol that r< mltai and when by that attrition tbe i olumn away they say time will end liut l>J that proseas that granite column would bfl worn out of existence before moth? ers' inllnouce will bagil to give way. On the (ir.-al Ilia id*. If a mother tell a child if he is not good soma bugaboo will come am! catch him, the fear excited may make the child a coward, and the fact thai he finds that there is no bugaboo may make him a bar, and the echo of that false alarm may SB heard after l? pe?eran been born and have expired. It a moth? er promises a child a reward for good behavior and after the good behavior - to give the teW?ad, the cheat j may crop out in some faithlessness half n thousand years further on. If u mothef ; cultivate a child's vanity and eulogize hi? curls ?mil extol tbe night I lack OS i;k;,* blue or nut bn ara ot the child'? i eyes and call OUI Is his presence the ad I miration of ? ride and arro? gance may he prolonged after half a bava i ?! ? a obliter If u neiil.'i t about some ?tatcmiit of tbe BolyBtbtalna chilli's presence long after Ibe Katt s of this histories] era have closed aud the gates of another era have opened, the result may he BBSS, in a champion bias ph. mer; lut, on the other hand, if a walking with a child see a euf teriog one by the wayside mid ?ays, "My child, 'give that 10 cent piece to that lame boy, the n -tilt may be aeen 00 the other sub; of the following ceu tury in - M?ller huilding a whole village of erpbanagi -, If a mother sit almost every tvaalag I y the trundle bed of a child aud ti ach it 111 MOOS of a Saviour's love anil a Saviour's example, of the importance of trnth and the hor? ror of a lie, and the virtue? of Industry Bad kindne&a and sympathy and - rifles long after the mother ! . and the child has gone ami the letter? ing OB b?ab the tomhstniies |ba|j have been washed iiut by the stnrmi of uwa? winters, thtTe may l.<- standing, lit '.I (BOSS trundh In d . flaming? vamiels, world m Viag reform? ers, M rapine Summern. Ids. weeping Paysona, thanderiag Whio field.-, seaaa cipating Washingtons. Nature \rter Skips. Good fir had influence may skip one generation ot .two generations, hut it Will Dl sure to land in IBS third Of fi orth generation, ju?t as the Ten Com iiiaiidun nts, -peaking of th.- visitation n families, says nothing about B, bat entirely skips ml and speaks of the third and fourth generation?"visiting the in? iquities of the fatben upon the third ami fourth generation ol tbem that bats me." Parental inflseooe, rig may jump ovtt ? but it Will come down further I u M roa art there end 1 stead hem Timothy's ministry was projected by indmOtBST. Lots, Ttn-rv are nun and WOBMB ?e-re, the sons and daugh? ters Of the Christian church, WOO are such as a result of the oooaecratioa of great-great grandlaotbera. Why, who OC you think the Lord 111 Vu talk as though his m? un ry was ! , .-.;?.? tetasaabsrs prayer offered firs centuries ago as a pn I five minutes ago. This explains what WS often se?some man or WOMB distin? guish' d fi r i mevoh a* i s ? tlier and mother were diatingaisbed f r penariooaneea, or yon bssbobbs yoaag man or woman with a tad fat In r and a ? hard moth, r 001 Christ and make the cbarch sob and .? and ting m il -uns. We stand In a mers i f the veetry and whisper over the matt' r and say, 1 is tiii-, inch great piety in sont sad daughter! ot such parental world! and mi;:" I will explain it to you if \ you will h I Id family 1 containing the full red rd Law - ! septuagenarian look with me clear Bfloa the psge ot lurths and Btarrisgas ami tell BM Who that woman was with the old fashioned nanu.' t f .1 mima or le :->" or III bitabsl Ah, tin re she is, the ohl 1 graBdmother or great grand raothar, who had enough religion to eaturate a ata tury. Wh> some alea win. There she is, the dear old soul. Grandmother Lota In beautiful Gr> i metery there li lbs n-stiug place. of George W. Betbuaa, oncea asfata of Brooklyn Height?, his name m-v. r B among intelligent Americans without suggesting two things?elo? quence and evangelism. Iu the samo tomb sleep? his grandmother, Isabella Graham, who was the chief inspiration of bia ministry. Y ta are m t surprised at the poetry and pathos and pulpit power of the grandson when you read of the faith and devi tion of his wonder? ful BUO Itn IB When you read this let? ter, in which sin; pound out her wid? owed *"Ul in longings ( r a sou's salva? tion, you will not w< oder that n?e Ing generations bave been blasa "NtW York. May ?.'?). IT'.H. "This day my Only BOO left BBB in bit? ter wringing? of heart He is ?gain launched on the mean?God's aaaaa The Ford saved him from shipwreck, brought him to my home and allowed DOB more to indulge my affections over him. He has heiiiwith me hut a ?inut time, am! ill have I improved it; he is gone from my sight, and my In art hlirits with tUmaltUOW grief. Lord. have mercy on the widow's son, 'the B of his mother.' I "I ask mithin? in all thra world : r him; 1 repeat my petition, Save in? soul alive, give him salvation (mm sin. It is : - r ot the seas that dis tCSjSBSSUM! it is not Ibe hardship? be must undergo; it is BOt the dread of g him in, re m this world; it is 1, can? I cannot diaceru the fulfill? ment of the promise in bnu. I cannot discern the new birth nor it? fruit, i ut every symptom of captivity to mtns, the world and self will. Tbis. this ia What distn sses me, and in c.nintsti u with this his I eing shut ont fr? m irdi iiaii.'.- at a distante from Christians; ?hut up with those who forget I profane his aaaaa and break hi? Sab? baths; men who often live and die like yet are BOt imitable BBSSTS who must answer 1 r .very moni, nt of tin.?-and evi ry word, thought and ti, n o Lotd, many winders hast thou shown me! Thy ways of dealing with in.- and mine have not been cm mou Add this wonder * ? Bit, convert, regenerate and establish a sail? or in the faith. t?ar<S, all things are U with thee. Glorify thy Bon ami extend hi? kingdom by sea and land ; take i he prey from the strong. I mil him over apan thee? Many friends try to comfort ine; mit. ruble comforters are they all. Tboa art the t ?ml of OOB solation. Only continu to me thy pre word, mi which thon cauaedst me to hope in tbe day when they aaidst to me, 'Leave thy fatherleea childn-n; I will preserve them alive. ' Only let this life ?at a spiritual life, and I pu? a blank in thy hand a? to all temporal thing?. "1 wait for thy salvation. Amen." Old In.hli.n.'.l VA ?mm. With such a grandm-tber would you not bav? a right to expert a (J-eorge W. Hethune? And all the thousands con? verted through his ministry may data , the saving power back to Isabella Gra? ham. : fill tire earth and the heaven? with such grandmother?. We mint come day go up and thank these dear old souls. Barely ? ?tul will let us go up ami tell them of the remits . f their iufln euce. Among our first .;iie?tiona ia beaveu will he, "Wlnn is graudinoth ; err" They will | Im we I Would hardly know her ? vea if we had seen her on earth, so Imit over with }>'arti once aud there so sti oght, ao dim .?outinoed ou 4lbpage.