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'.fo lrc.'4I.S,T.'4. iwA n I M y 8 1h y rfeTir7fniso ,Mr. n U7,i . ;fid 1N vr IS VC; v.;e!l ton , i i - i'" i'A u i hotn.1. He .i; . ;u'o I v.-;i: taken "fly ' i:i;r "I V " !! I"! !"-! Av CiH. AVvr.- A t lli.it time ' i : i J-vcrv-so that I .V !. 1!... Tl; n ii a '');-; v. o;; i i. '.'.i .i j.-: ve Fey th. tt i- UdrrirJ to eat and : in'.'-. : a c in. J took n lit'.!'. of venr r.:-.-if iti;-, and u-ltnincl; MtdU-r, !!(! a f'tvr t tkin-n littk- v.)r: c - ul; I -t rlo-w r mv Iy-p.oda el:;a:; tint tinic'l Fec.!inr;. "'nr.,!. 41 !i r.v v, " I ran , "1" ' !r. " !... 1:.", 1 t:ie iirs-t siroi -l it. nr. 1 i -'.. i-. ii witlmtu tin o: I w it : .nil -.,'.1, tk lli- l. it w I'i. t 1 1 V .'V'1 ti.I i::u-t t t i ii to IJ. DONALD KET'l TJED Y, Of Roxhury.Ma ss.iSays Str'i'iifc c.t-iM co 'O ' 'ev M, .lien I .Dixrnery lt!e,a.. 1- 1.1- ill Hi-i on I'-s-i it ! e -a '. hti bOni , . W.-.li- ..l r i ! . ; a a i . i . ri v, r I w,!! 1 'A.. 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Alluv iViiM .iv I li it .i ! in i ! i ii i: . lira! ilic l!-tn-e the en. H ot Vii i e Htlll wnnl!. Wat a i t . r a.i C'd-i " e :ViKi TRY THE mi KAY-FSVE" I .a v , v,w Irl . , Q anil b A "Jin i M -f T tiif.1.1. ' i" ;-i , a " me. A 1 -i . ui i I- Iif .N.'HI, e;I (.. a a oJvVh;;r1::v.f,.wu, ",,! It o Ufa. i e.Mir-.: t-i-. V , erjkS3 ftJmi rra OI I. ;. ! .. ' ' ; ill I. Too rUCHf?C on 11 M. ...... t:. 1. .v APT?! .... mv. ,tr y. 1.. i e t ! .i 1 - e w : f, . , a i lleiilth III;m 'FREE J225 PATENTS vis-.. 4 C-pa.. t, Si T. nn .a t OOS 5SS2e3 7Ir,T-rprr1. IT, hit r.i j;, 1 "aUltt'r!!,"'.''!.'' pr 'd:iuitf, 10 t. t-: 9. - - r rina REV. DH. TALMAGE Brooklyn Divine's Sun day sermon. Tzxr. "Arj? Iownh th pror.Kct cried im'i h. l.f.r'l: v,u) He hrov-jh fht shad t,r tin. tlt.jftet hnrh'rnrd bit n.hich t kn l yon 'v; i,t the d-'t' of Ahaz.'ll Km" ii , 11. ' Hhv is tho first c!oc or watch or cbro .rf ".!: jr f.r limepiesi of which theworli f.a any know!.j. I;ut it was a watch th.-it.'h i v,-r.l tidr an 1 n ?iock that dH cot fctn Jt w aw a .vmjial. Ahaz, the kin, mv.-i.f: J ;t. iJ'Hwt??!! the hours given to str-ofsit tn 5 th- car- of office h? invented " j-'iiuiju rjy lure ueeu a great coi'ifun, fin I 'Alii tbi Lia Jow of that col itnifi r-a?h--d cn-.por.t it was nine o'clock a. vf.. i wi.n it i -,'ric.ifr 1 another poiat it v. threo ooiorc v. m.. an 1 all the hoursaa 1 i.-'t :f h-,;irs wt-r-3 s lua-iur!. Or ir m-c- 1 . I i ; b n a ;2fht o.' stairs such as may now-)-;l'-:r. i in Ilia-loitanani other old coun-tr;-s p. nd v.hen th shadow reached one step it 'vastr-n 'cJock aii., or another step it v .Hs four r,'clock P. m., and likewise otijpr ii'--irj i-'fay hive Un in-licatetl. '1 U- ;-.-!- v lr i or water clock followed the Fui ;ia". an 1 th- sandglass foliowe 1 th-i ';-jy. ir.T. Tli.i catu; the candle clock' ot .i.i f,I th-irreit and the candle was marked into T.i.rc; i-arf, and while the first part v.a.-i hurnii. h gave himself to relieion.and u hi;..- th s'f;.,ni j.art was buramj hi gave t . rjiit!f- and while the tnird pare !,tirii!.n he jrav bij'n.self to rast. After- i'-fiitt th-5 wheel an 1 weight ciock "I -ve-ter the S.-coad, v.as its most i or cunt inventor. And th-3 skill of c?n-t;;ii-s ,i .eX'iaiait ni?cbunisni toiled at the t.-.i..");:- until th. world had the Vick's : of th-i r..urte-nth century and Huy-K.'i-n, ti c i':v,;:i!.r, nwun the lint pendu lum an t Jr. IIoo!;e contrived' the re- -i! -v ai.-ni -nt. And the "endles ' ii-iio f:-dowfd - and the "ratchet and ; levt-r" took its piace, and tu corjip.-u-.ition balance and tile s-tt'.Mv. j !i ' r ioilovveJ, and now we iiava the t miz t c: n:' f l th- j-reat clock and watch fa-:-,r;e, or .Switzerland and Germany and i.i 'l t;d and America turning out what - .! l j U; II, e perfection of timftnir.- If V ' -' (I;'- world ;x thouan l years to make i. " ) tv-.-n, cin-onoinet-r. Sj with the i'! eiTii p.t or donrer ?-iaivs thnn minntog : it in i;r-. unit Tl t.) Lf'W Mjr, w.-is. calculated fron nev n; then irom harvt J l - - . - . . . A Uf. J it I V.-t. IhC -itlie year was oroiioiinn 1 t. i i . ; lam Ired ari l fiftv-fonr (invi bw1 t,: n 1!-r,- h;in '1(-d and sixcv day., an 1 not ;t. dul ; after three hundred au'd ;--!iv.; d-iy?. '1 boa events were calcu- : o-i:i t.i.o i-vim dation of Rjui:. afCer r .;a th' Olympic ume.1. Then the oi.it.-, lia l eir measurement of the ' . 1,1 '' Jioman-5 thc-irs and . r.i.t theirs an 1 tho Uin- '. h"ir. . L'hroiio!v)gy ;vas bu-?v i.tur;. st ii lyiti monument?, 'i!,liV. '' 'i'v, inu:jiiHie.- and astron- r: tryij 1 lay a pUn by wh:.-h all 'iites inijht d-e settled n,.; o :.-:t I V!..ii s put, i:; tuc-ir riht p!aee in the pro- e ")i :: i ii v,-r-. nut the chronolovnt-; i nty i. ii- ! n;. a oioun; I ovi; t.-rme?!!. tutil :n ui ot onfiision and the s-ixth ceiiturv i i,u i! s -Ai-.-;;-! - n 'imiik u..i.,V o.,;4 , ( v"rv: ,i:lfs from the birth at ii !.! !. m or t h ; bord Jesus Oliri-, th i:vio-ir r tiif r, jrld.'' Th'3 abbot propose I T- .nuv- thin ?a dated hv.-kwar.i nn i forvrir.l i M m ti,o;:. r;-oi j t!.:if. -vt event. Whit a splendid .it lor th, worM! Whit a mighty . . ! e'iir.Ati unty ! It woul 1 have b2n natiiinj loilato everything irom the a oi-J worl-l. Jliit 1 TH o-ua am '',i-i ) io,i,(i i,ni iuj ea!iy pue.s ;) I was i.i order t- tjet th i, . ). t!i- mbit of datiiu'. fi from tkat : r in its (lorii-iients. nnil l.i-. i -..iv-v-r Jixed is it that all historv is ' ! ... w.th i'e.fiv;ir. to the birth" cf .hv.-l, this matter settled, lla.s. tin ijioa ..o-i-t-. declared that, the worl. I i; i. ( la v. ;' ni.i le il thousand four hnivirl nn t -.en n ye:'.!': betore Ci".-j;t, and the delude T hi . : t ii: - i i 1 Oil hi in b- 1 .l ii .-' . l V f viov-i :hr;-t- nud al! the illus- t; even i tae mnet-on centiunes mil gi eat events o; all time to come have r oh id be dated fro-u the birth of . diiese things say that you me.v ivhat a Watch is. what a clocL- k-u-U-ir b.":-!l l-ll-.e.,- un am-aiiae is and learn to appreciate rarouih vurVt toils aud hardships ant; per- i ..iies tiie worni came to its present con- ..aoe-.ic s aii 1 comfort?, and to help yon to n.uee res- eetful consideration cf that suu dijAIku ianted in my- text. U'e hre t Ji t.that HezeKiah, the king, wa m in g oi a boil, it must have been one of tie- wort kind of carbuncles, a boil without; ni,v eciurai core an 1 som-tims deathfu'. A a gu.as pur unm it as a poultice, llezjkiau di i not want io die t-i n. His sn,who was t ta'-.e th iangdo n. ha 1 not yet been born, not Jb z '.ii-h's deata wouid has'o been th i .I. or tii e t vi tu in. So ii 3 prays for re- eovery an i 1 - fit he will get well. But he v ant-. nm-.ieulous sign to make him s.i' -e of it. J i has the choice of having the h "i,,;-,-,,o the sun lial of Aha?, a Ivanc-Vr i Kivat. 1!" repiie I it wouhl not be s. won d. iiu!-t-- hr,veth- V,m go dowi:. for it al w.av . a,.. s p, di.wn sooner or later. '';' ask t hat it V' backward. In .t!e.-r w.-r Is. l-t the' da v in-tea i of soinsr t -".var i .-'it, !ow:i turn mm. I ,r,i t,-i,-..l :-Ui I --e thn inv.i'.U king bolster? I m iiei urippi in blatbcr-ts locking out of the l'tn ;' nv up. -n -the sun iial in th' courtyar.'. bile be watches flu sha low on the dial the shadow Lcgius to retreat. lost?: I. of ti ng on toward s oee,; m' t-e evening it go- s b ek toward six o'ciork in the ruo.ru m -.. d ie- big pouh-.ee had b:en drawing fer o :,: -t::a -. and sure en-a:gh the boil broke an 1 H 'ill got we;!. Now 1 expect vou 1 1 ... ... . . .1 ivJ.ii" on vi-ii vour iugner criticism all 1 try i exp: am 'es Jin e1! ' ai .iehi-i. .-h.i iow on-v s ;'!ii- 1 t -.en over .01 1 it, wa his away an I say it a ui tiez-iiiati, a;i I the o go ba-c or a cloud une-rtahi which way ll If in ii. in. aid go, and a ii-. .-'kiih expictei j ' co bnci. le; toek the ae-tion of! n mm I far lh- retrograde move-1 i.f. No- kh 1 se..id..!, weur hack im- : a'd th" di-ils e.f that iaa i ".ui "ther land. ; 'nn n to ! I - hr old - xx .0.. ;d, an 1 lind ; thai an v It' m lhaiiylon tii mightyon m of j t:n-p dae.-a oil..--1 t a.' a:n- phen-enenon. j And if you .!., ; r Iik- t.i Kioia e.uihoritv ' te.cn t hat lie.t t ' - - ' - i-r y n a i V eo" tl . re w.i; ipv 01 Hrodotu and tin I 1:1 ii.gypt th people noticed .n; th matter with :a . is i-.i -.i f.o w;io: universe ! ,P 1 , no: - 'lis no i vans send ::i .or. :jn 1 j 1 !- y i , 1 e. n ie nun, an i i:e . - .. :e--e rgr.i ae4 aii en ao. thi o g or 1 : i.i1 o I c ill set ot voir r :.; in .1 e : a t e ii. At the fee: te h a;ng ae n w vear t -o:"i a.. - - n lex.ng : ' taat ea iru-. i ou ai V i a- in v. VOU eere wav. ?! : 0:1 to.vurd sua a r un i-er a vu-i-. pi--e tins morniua w itch an i e.o -K-I pr. p s ? t- -h 'a a 1 ) v of vo-ir aai a aii i jo.inv . a m-. : th-'u.,ii i- i n.; tl. ..--.e. -r ; f.a ; - , 1 .. ea ;h.n ii i o. ' It Ai.ni t n t un :a-;-mj i m !. t at it can lx don? if th"sam? Lord "e-T r. :i u ii'. in n--.r.-iVi .,iirt. I - . - IT . . .. 1 !.ioe u-sju u-. w hi r, au.ka! 1 elr a' r- a. i v to .r (' in- 1 ; .... f , , t "i hi ' -! " . 1 . ! H - at tfv-' 2.oau an I we tm 1 tu- sua I "o- "a n.t to learn th.it God e shadows. Uh ara all Rci.aoTihie;e li maiiage uushme. Ve starod :a the fig t To : a in; -fe : I : - 1 ' tr:gat tr.onstn: t wjta ; and we sy :n manv .w.irds. iro-ij I...-.;, xn:s vvarm 2 I roai etv it t b ! b U got - r re ' t a w- eiv- a rua J'" : - s-.i o ir . ;rii v ' :oia' -thmg :t i..s I r t a ,.r . th- rb.. or r-,i bii I am tb.iT I ruaie n: : Way. they hnv .trc.are-i ::.!ead' VVfcat a nitrcv it was t mv Tjliares before tht cd- cent -old : I lapseT Ob, yes; we acknowledge. God ia the sunshine of a bright day or tha sun shine of a great prosperity. But Suppose tbe day dark? You have? to li-ht the pas at noon. The san does not show him self aU day ion;;. t There U nothing tnt shadow. How slow we are to realize that tbe storm is from God and the darkness from God and the chill from God. Or we buy the day before the market retreat, or we noak- na invetmnt that n-ver pav?, or we purcba-e f;oods that we cannot dIsio;e of. or a cror of trrain we owd is niinl by flrouutcr iresaer, or when we took ac count of stock on the f.rst of January we fv:i t ourseives thonsmds o: dollar worse "S Thin we expected. Who under such cir cumstans says, " This loss is f roai Go b I mut have lieen allowe.d to g-j into that' un fortunate enterprise for soin i;ol reason; Uoi controls the east wind as we.i as the wert v. n l.v Mr .'r:en I cannot look for one moment on that retrojrad shadow o? Abiz.i dial vithout 1-arnin? tr.at Go 1 controls tiu hri-i-ow-; f-i, i that Ir-si m we nc-el all to learn. That Ke controls the sunshine is uot to nec essary a 1 -sioa. for anybo-iv can i L-jppv when things o rilir. When you sleep eight Lours a niht anl rise with an appetite that cannot ei-v wait for t rakf -.t an ycu go over t toe stcr au i onm v jr" iaa:l to read more orders than voa can till, an 1 in the next lef:-r you find a aivt lend far larxr than vvu have bem promise I. aul vour neighlor comes in to tell you sjxe ilitter insr thin; he his just hoiri siij about yoj, and .you Snd tht all the styles of t?ov)is i'i which yoa deal have ad van C3d tiftem per cent, in vulue, an I oa vour wav noma you meet your ch.ddren in txni rooiri fj.o 1 thrira are s vi tie- f.- r-r the tea table and roses of health in clicks all rouaithe tibie, what more do you waat of consolation! I eloa'c p:ty you a bit You feel as if you c ould boss t.he' won 1. Uut lor those in just opposite circumstaacji my text comes in with an omnipotence of meauinr. Trie shadow! On, the ihador,'' .Shadow cf bereavement ! Shadow of sickness ! Shx io .v ot bankrui)tcy! ' Shadow of mental e!e pression ! Suadow of persecution ! .ilow of death! Speak out, oh sua lint of Ahiz, and tell the people thitGod manages tin shadow! As liezekiah sat in his palace wrapped in invalidism and surroundeJ iiv ano iynes an l cutaplasms a ni boked out upon tho black hani of tho only clock known at that time an l saw it move bac;: ten decrees, he l -irni n , lesson that a majority o: tae Lujh:i raci ) nee 1 this hour to learn thi iii"t. frien 1 a man ever nau controls ui?VSjoh-. iiu setbacks are sometimes the bst things that -can happen. The great German auth or,, Schiller, could not work unloiS he had in los room the -t;nt of rotten apple-, aud the e cay of tbe fruits of earthly pro-peritv may become an insiration instead of a d?pi:.s sion. Robert Chamb:-rs's lame feet shut ni a up irotn other work, and he became the world renowned publisher,- and hdpei fash ion the best literature ot the a.s. d die painful disorder like that of Hezjkiah calle I a carbuncle is spelled 'exactly th--" same as the - jrecious stone called the car buncle, mi I the pan of suffering may become Th- jewel of im mortal value. Your oetback, like that of Ahaz's sundial. may be re very and triumph. I never had a setback but it turned out to be a set :Vr ward. You--never v.on:d tiivt b:co;no a t.in ibiu ii jc-u ii t'i iiot ii;t o il ; eioaCJt. i l:'.' highest thrones in heaven are for tije . -backs. In Ibiil the shadow of the Mjmhai u'.' th'3 nation was set back, and all 'thin? seemed going to ruin, an lie v,:;.; set bf.iT; iurtherin Wtl, iiud iurther in bS ;:,, aud .stid urtlierin lo, but there is u t Vu intel ligent and wed balanced man north ' or south',1 ea.t or wo.-t but fe.ds it wa-j set back toward the sum ise . But I promise to sko.v. you how the shtw ows migbt be turned beck. Tir. t, by going much am-iiig the young people. In mn-t iamily circles thera'tire grar l.-h j Itvu. j:y this uivhie arra-igem m.5; iuot; of the people who have 'passed the meridian of iii'e cia crimpas-. themselves by juveaditv. it is -i bud thing for" an old muu or n'nl woman t a sit iookmg at the vivueity oz their y ran i chiblren shouting, "Slop that; rack -t l'! b'ftt.-r join iu the iun. . Jt U-s ei -rhry-y.-er-old grandfather join the f!i;ht-year-oid gi anr:?(.n or granddaughter. My father and mother iive i to fee over eignty caildivn and graudchihuvn and great K'"an Ifhd Jrea, and a more boisterous civ.v -e ere neyer turn--I out en tins s'!bluit,;r seemed -t. cry to the 'O here, an 1 li all ! oil fo! n young. young,' and they did keep yo-mg. Don't walk with a cane unless you h-iva to or only as' a ieienee ' in a erty at-b.ctod with too many canine. D n't wear glasses stronger than necessirv, putting on' num ber tens when eighteeus wnl 00 as wed. Don't go into thy company of those who are always talking anout rneumatism an 1 lum bago and shortness oJ breath and the brevity of .human life. It ia too much for my gravity todiear an octogenariau talking about ttu shortness of human line . from ail I can find out he has always been tic-re and 1 rom present prospects he is always going to stay. Ibeiuam young. Hang up your stockings in tJhristmns time. Help the boys fly the kite, d'eeu-h the girls how to dress their ''.oils. Hitter than arnica for your stiff joints and cttuip tea for your sleepless nights will be a large -dose of youthful companionship. Set back the clock of human life. -Iako the shadow of the-sun lial of Ahaz retreat ten degrees. People make themselves old by always talking about being nil an I wishing for the good old days, which were never as good as tuee days. From ail I can hear the grandchildren are not naif as In I as the grandparents were. Matters have been hushed up. but if you have ever been ill a room: adjoining a room where some wry old people, a little deaf, were talking over old times, you will fin I that this age does not monopolize all the young rusc.-ih. It may now be hard to get young people up early enough in the morning, but their grandpa rents always ha 1 to be pulled out of teed. It is wrong now to play michevious tricks on the unsuspecting, but eighty years ago at school that nof venerable man sit down on a crooked pin no: aecddently. placed there, and purposes? drove tne shogh nding party too near the edge of the . etubankm ?ut that , he might se how they would !oj when tumbled into the snow. An i tint m m who has so little, patience with childish exuber ance was in olden times up to prank--, ou-e-half of which if practiced by the eight-year-old of to-day would set grandfather an I grandmother crazy. Revive your reojem brance of what you were belwa ea live ami ten years of age, an i with patie.ree capable of everything join with the young. Put b 1 :k the shadow of the dial not tea tfiegrces, bat fifty and sixty and seventy degrees. Pet back your clocks als br entcrm-' n newand absorbingChristian work, iu eeir oe-ure to instare the young we have m oar ss-ys had much to sav about wfcar has been accomplished by the voting; f jn mulng, who found"! Home" when h wa-, twenty years of age: of Cortes, who ha 1 enn ouered . MfTim .it tH,-- 'U,,-. . 1. .. 1 - ...b, .ii-. i.iti 11 o mis rn ; h '1 nu'r i-v.-. r. 1 .. . er twenty-four vears; of Kapha wno a;e 1 m:riv-seven years; ot Uadvm, who wrote has "Institutes' at twenty -six- of Me'ane thon, who teok a learne "orofessor's cieac at twenty-ore years; of l".ut:ir who h- 1 conquered Germany lor tne Hefnaatiou by th time he was thirty-tlve years. And n is ail very we'd for us to st.o'w how eariv ter iu Hie one can do vt-ry great things for Goi iue weiiare 01 tne wori ? 1 tit so:i; of .i;e miL'niieI wor lor (i.i, l...c k beta 1 c.-.'ii a y eptugenarians and n nas'enarians. Inde i. o-togenariac an I there i wo-r i wmch none tut such can aioe Th-v i-,re- S'TVe t f"! .11-i .-.-.it r tfcee.miroise of v-nate of religious deil; ruinations, of rr-form ...- 1-. t-........ . oung men for. action. .!J men f-r -;ct-Instead of any of you begummc '.. led 1 up your fnerg.es, arouse an-v v . : enrgis. With th- e-ti-n-; v.,-. ; rO,---. ta:n-1 and the onrver'-H-io-- have had ouru.g a 1 n - 2 ; v - u.-L: t.. i.. . . . . , -. ... .a . . . , .-. 7 - , a . ... .. e. in r" than 1 .1 di i -a years rigru - U leiVi- r.is- .t . tvlvU' OlV. Urt-, ;,. io ai t 5 t-r i- n. .;- . our p; ritual Cp to ta la-: fco-gr it th iatpwers for go"U old f,r. Ar.-ad-aU Aivxazder, old Dr. Wo-is, old Dr H-.w-s s e.a ur. .iii.ncr. old Ir. Mti.vi::---. (jj jo1 Tyng, old Dr. Candbsh, old Dr. Chalmers ! V hat have been Bismarck to Germany, and Gladstone to England, and Oliver Wendell Holmes to America ia the time of an ad vanced age? Let me say to those in tha after noon of life: Don'i be putting oil the har nes; when Gol wants it off he will take it off. Don't be frightened out of life by the jrrio as many are. At the first sneeze'of an mfsuenza many give up aU as tost. No new terror has come on the earth. Thajiiicrobes as the cause of disease w-e descriSbd in the Talmud seventeen hundred years ago as ''in visible legions of dangeybus ones." Don't be -cared out of life byalf this talk about heart failure. That trouble has a'wnys been ia thj wcrld. Ttat is what ail the people that ever passed out of this life have died of heart raiiure. Adam had it and all of his descend ants have had it or will have it. Do not be watching for symptom or you will have symptoms of everything. Some of you will yttdie of symptoms. Symptoms' are often only -what we sometimes see in the country a dead owl nailed on a barn door to scare living owls, put your trust in Go 1, go to n.t! at ten o'cioox.riava tne wmiow open six mehes to let in the fresh air, sleep on your rigli: side, and tear nothing. The old maxim was risht.-'Get tby spindle "and distaff ready, and God wid sen. I the lax."' But while looking' at this sundial of Ahaz and I see tho sha low cf it move, I "notice ihat it went Ifick toward the sunrise instead of forward toward the sunset .toward the morning instead o: toward the night. That thing the world is willing now to do, and in many cases has done. There have a great many tilings been written and spoken about the sunset of life. I have said some of them myieir. But my text suggests a better mew The Lord who turned back that day from oing toward sundown and started it toward ,amrise is v illing to do the same thing for ad of u. The theologians who stick to old re iigic.us technicalities until they become sopo rales would not call it anything but conver sion. I t ail it a change from going toward sun down to going toward sunrise. That man nbo never tries to unbuckle the clasp of evil habit and who keeps all the sins of the past ,.nd the present ireighting him and who ignores tne one redemption made - by the only one who could redeem, if that man will . tu;uiij the sundial he will find thnt the -ha I-w is j.'oiag forward and he is on the vay to sarado-.vn, His day is on the road to night. AM the watches 'that tick, all the 1-M.eis tliar strike, all the sand glasses that npty themselves.all the shadows that move on ail the -sundials in licate the approach of iarkne.ss. Hut now. in answer to prayer, a m my text tne cnanga was in answer vd l-reyer, the pardoning Lord reverses things aad the n-.an starts towprd sunrise instead of sunset, lie turns the other way. TheCaptain a salvation gives him the military command, "Attention! flight alout face!" He was inarching toward liHiiiTerence, inarching toward hardness of heart, marching toward' i vayei dessness, marching toward sin, march n i o ward gloom, marching toward death, "..owi-e tut us and marches toward peace, relies toward light raid marches toward comfort and marches toward high hope and march s tov.-ar i triumph- stupehaous and vor! astmg. toward hosaimisthat ever hoist and hndeUrji'ns that evt-r roll . Now if that isn-vt the las ning of the' ?h:dov on the dial off.Ahaz i'i ir.-i going toward sun-loVn to go 'ufe io-. cird - ama-e, what is it?. I'L-eve seen day break over Mount Blanc ml i he -iatlerhori), ovn- tho lueights of Tbanon, ove-r Mount 'i "ashinr-ton. over i : iTt jNovauas and mid-Atdantie, t-!0 n o: nin e hiter h deuarte I .storm whi-a t ho . bd -o -.vi were ii-ydd Alps r.n-l lipjid Sierra -"va!r, but 'tne simrise, of the soul is more en'uhv nr. mad more transporting. It bathes ;il the hsigbls of the sou!, and dimniues a.t th (i.-prhs of the snnl, and whelms all the i'aruit! !, rii-thr- aspiration, ail the aml-i-lioas, ail the hr.ps with a light thaf sick ness fmuot edips-o. or i tenth extinguish. Or .etiVnity do anything but augment and magnify. I preach tho sunrise. As I look ;A. tint retrograde movement of the shadow ' n Ava.-.'.s iliaj, I re-aeineer thxit. itjwas n. - ign th2KHt:'.eki'a!i was going: to gdt well iaei he gSr 'well. So 1 have to tdl nil" vou are by the -gioiee of God having your turned rem decline toward niodit to iav as.v-nt uoe-rd morning, that yeuf are going to p; t v.vii. wcl?.of all your sins, wed of a.l your sorrows, wed oJ ail your earthJv dis tresses. Sum-i-v'! J.-uL, sr.ys on ail that yon say may In true l-ui that does nor i-iud r the "horrors of oe-; Mil: k 11. hy, you v.-iio are the 'jhor.r.4 to die. All that the gravo com pared with your chief, inirre. is the elinpli'rs o' rire n.oe gng gets 1 if you as you'- immortal Hi"' ouger n il;.-; as eonu.ared witli your whole, bod v. .s you run he b-cissQrs; alaig th- edge of your ihtan.b nail and cut off L'lat vehicli i- no use but rather a hindrance, vou do not m fragment, oniy the could Ik iirti ov-r tne departure of t fiat whicn ilies away. lieathnviil bo scissoring oil' e-f that whien et nei use, .and the soul has ii over that which would b an awful nuisance it We could not -t ii-J (if if. This body as it mow is, wnat a ranure it woruu ma so or n-avcn 11 our eh jmrting so-jI had to Lo burdened with it in ilb e next, world, Whih others t here go ten-thou -and mhes a minute we vf'euid take about an hour to waik four miles, and while onr neighl-or immortals coin I sen f. hundred miles we coiild see em'.y teu miles, and the fleetest and the heodthiest of our ijodies if seen tnero could make it necessary to .open in hyaven nn asylum for cripples. No, no; one hi the fi-r-i po-sh!e things that will hap pen to us will I0 the sliughing off of this to.ty when wo have no more use for it in its pres ni state. Vheii it haii conn up in its re-ui 1 ti'ta lorrn we will be very gla-1 to get t back ngalit. but not a it is nw witli its a.uitat ;oi e:in-: aii I bed'Yarnuents iriatimtniUe. a iiere .lia'i 1 eathe my weary saal in ses- of heaven -y rct, J wl i.Dt a wave of Uouhle roll Acio-s my pcacetnl oreast, Leg-ai Holidays in Virginia, Hie IIMOND. Va, penal A bill w.i intr(.ah:ced in! the Lens! U 1 s ! at a re J -s : n 1 1 n rr irg.u jKuiupys tne mth ot Januirv (Lc-'s birthd jy) and tho bhl of June. t be known as i onfedctt- Mn, ,ri! Dav. ' oal 11.1-1 .1 ... nrr also proMideil that lection day sliali .be a 1 futth-.-r dc-f dafe'S tint fvcrv o-a.'trtil noiiaty. and it every Sit 'Jr.-Jay. oniin"aci!)' the i Oil I ' O ( .. ..i v t.Ol Of l.-t oi J;;r;e and i :ni:re' tb I'.otb r.f ..,. b ir ila v ta-r. sr.ad be a-cgnuted as half Jroi- T.'iOnlv fn- Kvcp rrlDl?u. AN r UMi THE WOHP? ; !i jii-i'hv advertisement in . .'.'. j 1.1 h has 1.0 two words :. To- s.i'n- is true o. e .let i r t i, h ek. freen Tie a.' '. I Li !.''"- p :-. ,1 ' T ; l::tr- they ir:.i.-;.- -,i,.i .,nt,. - nd them t!ie. .o-iii.e .,f ?hu i-'urn ou H ok, nt'ArTI- ntr.r.. re -a vh- KA-- K i. rt ! . i.-as been a-r.ttel at who p-rsistei m Ml -f-r'ens are broken down from orr- !-ee ; i ares. brown's Iroa Bit- xu". V V':ri- digenion, r 'Jh' t'i',"-au e ares riiRtaria. A u-.e i..r woiueu a:, i children. j ko .-. .- I A i : " a : 1 .i.-ea .' ef if o a:. W th ri.-k I i a. ire-hat c r Sn irzK-i-Lr l a.- . -. "trouvd(d d'.i a'lord a- 1 Nath.-iaJ (h!UT - iiv-i f a f tt r i: - little frw. . ' i Ar...vt, i'hit-L, - t - - ----..fi-j ........ m ...ui; rTi jm. w 1 iiVTIi f . ! Tl ..i.r.jir y.t-n S TTii . fix Gen. Samuet Thoma?, of New York, who ou;ht to loe in a position to know, says that he anticipates that 1S&2 will be a year of recxipeiatioh in the South. The mineral, coal and iron interests are re viving, and this fact will offset in a measure the depression which exists in the cotton belt. The South will also be benefitted by the gre?.t activity in the granger States'. t Julm Bright said Cyrus W. Field wa$ the Columbajs of modern time?. Many first-class professional footbat placrsm England earn 33 a week. OI tV.rr lOOd policemeaeia Chicago, la'JO nre Irishmen. ' tfTATS OF OniO. t TTY OF iOLEDO, I T-r t ( '-,!-x -r.v i 5S. Frank J. Cheney iiwi oath that he Is the senior partner of the lirm of F. J. Chenvy A Co.. domic business in the City of Tcicdo, County and Mate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the mm of lu for earn and every caee of eatarrh thrt cannot be cureit oy the Use. of Hail's Caturrh t are. Frank J. Cufet. ?wom to before rr. et.d sutseribeU .n my prese::ee, this Cth dav e-f L'eoornbVr, A. ID., !Kt. 1 . . A. W. GLX.VSOX. PEA I. - Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly 0:1 t he lamx and mucous surfaces cf the system, s-.-r.d for testimotiinis, free. i". J. t iiKM.v A: Co.. Toledo, O. C2? pO-dby DrulstH. 7.. There is 1: -r a free library ia Phila- SfDPF.N ClfAXOES OF WEATHER CSUSe Throat D. sea sfs. Thereis no more rTotual remely lor C'ough, Coids.etc. .than Brown's BlJ OXi.TllAh iROCHF.-s. io!d mil y. in '.(i.r!.. ih ije go cts. The St. Paul Minn Chamber of Com mere is backing a sch.eni to connect tho Mississippi iliver atid Lake Superior via fcrs 1 1 i;. water. liAPiBsneeding a tonic, or children who want buiuiinj? tip, shoubl take Brown's Iron Bitters, it is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indigestion, Bnio isTl,;s and Liver Com plaints, makes the Ihood rich and pure. Lr.pruosy js increasing at an alarming rata on tn- lstn.nu- 0ti:3 EXTOVfii" Both tho rnouael and-iesults when fcyrup of Figs h taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, liver and .Bowel, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head-" aches and fevers and cures habituaP constipation, Svrup ot Figs is the oniy remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stofnach, prompt in its action and truly beneiicial in its effects, prepared only from the mot healthy and agreeable substances juauy excellent qualities com- ,ucul 11 an anti iiavo made the most popular remedy known. it j -r - n;i sdie ut one and Si bottles by all leadinpdrur;- 50c gifiw. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand wiil pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. ' CALIFORNIA FiG SYRUP CO. t?nn n. t - . . . WQO hm.an.i In..... .... . - - uf, 3 VI H B 1. 1- mR.Bhenldusa Piio'B Cure for i,uii3uuiiii(ii:. 11 tjj.s cared (linniat.il. f . v.. . . . , - - j i.ui iniqr. t one. Hur.ot badtotske It 14 t hp hl.sl K.....I, T .v.wu,u ojrup. ' n in e errwnere. 2Se 03 HHT F.P rrrtHfrn P V. r ... .. I ... . ----- mmm .-. I.ICVT Tn. tvii si.itr:ni Jel ft , r' t'la; ior to auit reasonable cveDieVcer & r-vv . m n. Wrffl ?ays at, cur ePBe. .Distance if t.W;y&5ft!&l' ieroncc.-With our tmZLT Piaao vrears lees ar ---5? rfcndfereai nreTin,i --.e- -"" .-.--r?- 1 Ai utj. vv rite. Pond Piano Co., '.Boston. ivers COLD I ""i 1-vJvJ. cOKsumPYinN Abb AFFECTION'S OF lt SWEET GUM gfrj MULLEIN Is the liEST KSTQWBI REMEDY " o3,rl r t, nd take o .nba'tUu '111 gone wo man's Favorite woman's Buffering and weakness. Dr. Pierre's Prescription puts a stop to it. It's a remedy for all the delicate de rangements and disorders that make her" suffer, and a cure for ail if.c d;. eases and disturbances that make her weak. It's a legitimate mcaii cine, thai corrects and cares; a tonic that invigorates and build , up ; a nervine that iFCotiies ' a-d strengthens. For bearing - d .-.va pains, 'displacements, all" the ;"::, -tional irregularities peculiar to Eex, it's a safe and certain remeJw Other medicines claim to cure.-' That's true. Ihit they don't eiaint to do .this: if the Javorite Vr -ecriptioi fails to give satisfacjio::, in any rase for which it's n ni, mended, the money paid for i: is refunded. Judge for yourself which is liuC'v to be the better medicine. And think v.-helher something e': offered by the dealer is likely to lv " just as good.'1 You pay only f'r he good yea got. On these term it's flo rf,f-jr-.-.t !Tl"WCCOT"TOW' Buyer tell your Cotton onJQjJTJJg 5-Ton Cotton Scaie. NOT CHFtST EUT BEST. rBJO.TES OF BI3GKAKTCJ, BINGHAMTONV N. Y. THE HiPANS T.tWlK-i r p-!,. ;i:t ft. t;ir, :t. 1 iivtr a.n.1 tirls. i.ufj'g i.i" n. ;, m. j,;.- , ant to tak.-. !. aiit .i.s,.r..,..nj a i oiiatiio rteii.-.lv l'r I'll io-i-jto . bl.-f.-! .. t: . n, ,. l:-ee!.t' l.Usn-;!-.', tyeaiih. f'..e.-, 1 . it)p;ei. r: ( iu iei- ;i: rrSi-t'ii. 1 enu.' J o r ,'i 1 inile-. t;t -! '.?. P.i..-it!i-t-l Moiu.i- .1. Intim-. 1 !-. rv, i .-'. ;i-i iwi.w. y i.euit n-. tiii!.',- 1 e':i;'U. Koul I--ntn. !! u'-n ln ti e: n. iiiv., JH'iit Hi ?. Kl ! -I V t '1 1:10 O.vlf.t --. I ut t 'I r.. ..!.' o r o o 9 Iu" "i .'.Pif'-i''"', m-i'i'rtl Jxpri wi;,p. .vie-H-u! . t- i. i. 1 1- tii-j. I'ee'ih-s Irtll.ri.l 1'ivir- Ku 11 , f el. . .1 2 . i i o w i .m- rr 11: til". !-. u I 2 al.-i m. k ii-at'.- " 'J'", Sollr , ' ' -III-., o i ( .el n ati v iii :;-i o T M' nil-' o i.i 1 to fan i; .1 J If. a. S.-r.-f n- Sm in Pi-- St.nha'.-'i. 1 ir e lever. I'l c e r--a me! -tv i th s i 1 -rr .ijit ... et.r or .JllR-ii- Sii id t i". u 1 1 i'ri'i.1 w linjiure li.: ul .ii .( fmliir ... li.i.'.r j 1 .oi f - i-j :.ir -l- " I.I'i'i rn.'rf.ir:i. lnt-ons. 1 'V l' o t- i . , 1 , .-. 1 ti,--,,rf lien- Ci ' -'". n oil-,' ... 1.. t.u.r 1,. rer,-.. m ti in. al. A g T ropf iri'i.-.l ! .f IT i-.. 1 ...... .1,.. .... . O 9 - - .... .... . 1 ...11 ... l.Uifti'l.t. val' 1'"" -sstiTi:! .-..-":, -T.,,.fii u. Thov e r.l-iln 1 '"ali'.iu,- tl-eif i-ri ' i i pi: : .i.s O10 in. i U.1i- If ,a:e 1 -""" 1 ' ?r - ' ':.. 11 pi-. . .;- , 2 "'' 'fl-i'M Ii '-O.!-:. .-'. ia (.-. t..-wu u t Aa.:, t"K hiiT.s .LiiVAil. cvtiAi: t nt8 545j:joeet3nttji9tt:nto MEDAL, PAHI8, 137a W.BAKER & COS Breakfast Cocoa from which tlie espc-11 of oil has brert removed, absolutely jmrc and tt is Sfiluhle. No Chemicals lire lined In its preparation. It I'M more than thrie. tuuri fie strtvalh of Cocon rnixi il wi!h FtnrrJi, Arrow rot t or Fucar. and 1h thcrcforo f.-ir more cco- , nou.h-.il, costing .-.t t'tun oj.e centa cvp. Itimlidiciouc.nour lsh.riir. frcrBthrnirir. fanii r PIOESTEP, and admiiablv odrii.t-d or laA!ift o well aa for persons In health. Sold hj Crorrrs crerynhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester. Masa. THE b ONLY TRUE l".0 !H'nniy erallrap-r. ..i.. nriaif iie.l, t,ral: i- .1 iiicrtjiM, , -. iitineiii i,rfp ' TufiVr ,nK,.rr?ni nipuiinti t;: CUilar lii'ir!rrr. u,r..(, . iM CrXiir ".co,b,,,m,ob- rtnphtet. MteniMaaip fr tr'-ptgc HAHTER MECICINE CO., St. Ual,,. n i; n j----v-.w l4l,-OHilJ K,IX) 1C1 l.lfita r,nfn.. i,-.v . r ----v. i , cti .-jej irj - "wv.auj lavjiaciiiHS. T7Mf-i -lr- practisinj?. , vv t-itu. AND WTOOAT A.il bU.N'OS, Ml I WW li i r. 1 . THE Si. TAFT 8SS5. U. C8 ..ISSMCSTII.IT k!! . de-ee e 'a' : . 7