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. 1 "I A snseaanna j Saturday, January 27, 1372 Commands and Precious Promises Como to the help of the Lord, to the help cf the Lord against the mighty.' 'Let ua worahip and bow down: let na kneel before the Lord oar Maker. For He is oar God and we are tho people of His pasture, and tho sheep of His hand. To-day if ye will hear His voice, harden not your hearts.' The vote of the Master is 'Come unto v me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give yon rest. The spirit and the bride say, , Come. And let . him that heareth say Come. And wbo soever will, let him take of the water of life freely. -' 'Come now and let na reason together aaith the Lord, though your eine be aa scarlet, they shal be as white as snow though they be red like crimson they shall be ra wool.'-' ..-J. : v Seek ye the Lord while He may be found,call yeupon Him while He ia near; let the wicked forsake hia way, ana the unrighteous man bis thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord, and He will have mercy upon him, and to our God, for He will abundantly pardon.' Thou ahalt call His Name JE- SUS; for He shall save His peo ple from their sins. The Son of Man hath power on earth to for give sine God is light and if we walk in the light, as He ia in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the Blood of JESUS CHRIST HIS SON Cleanteth us from all sin. If we confess our sins He is faithfull and just to forgive ua our sins, and to cleanse as from al All are invited. Ccme. dear friends, and prove the words of thy Redeemer trne.that 'ihe Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. I willgive yon rest Come dear followers of Jesus and help in this blessed work of winning ouls for Christ, for he that winneth souls is wise Come and consecrate yourselves, fully and unreservedly to His ser vice, daring to trust thy Redeemer to save thee even'nnto the UTTER MOST,' that Hia cause may no more languish or be brought into disrepute, and that the crucified One may no more be wounded in the house of His friends, by their indifference, fickleness, imbecility and weakness of failh,4husdenying the Lord that bought thf m.' God, who cannot lie , hath said, jThe Redeemer shall come toZion, and, unto them that turn from trans gression in Jacob, 'Arise ! Shine, for thy light is come and the glory of the Lord is risen upon tnee.' Let our united prayers be, O! Lord.'turntothy people a pure lan guage, that they may all call upon the Lord, to aave them with one consent,' and 'pour upon thy people the sDirit of erace and or auppiica lions, baptizing them as upon the day of Penteco8t wun ine jtioiy Ghost and with fiie.' - Thk Cold Water Man. Behold a table with turkey and ham, with vegetaelee nicely ' cooked ?and praviea rich and juicy. There ita n father at ita head and the mother onnoaite. and cuests are seated on t.ithir side, there is no ! lack of good humor, and merry jesta give BDice to conversation. There are children, too; a boy cf ten and little girl of eight. They listen intelligently and attentively to the remarks of parenta and guests, and look up into the faces of one and another witu interest. Behold! decanters are brought in; plaaaea are filled, and one and an other sip the sparkling wine. Excellent! exclaimed one amnnkinor hialios. Fine! echoed another with class refilled. Shall I drink wine with you, my lad? asked one of the gentlemen hnwinor to the boV. Ia not vour srlasa filled . William? asked the father. . John All Wil liam's glass, turning to the ser vant. Slowly did William turn up bis to receive the rosy liquor.. Drink with the gentleman, my dear, whispered the mother, en couraelnalv. The boy blushed and cast down his eyes but be obeyed not Was he frightened? Was he diffident? Mr son. did von hear Mr. Black address vou? said the father quick ly and aternly Drink wine with him, William. Accustomed to obey his father's slightest wlah, the boy's lips quiv ered, but he obeyed not. In a moment, raising hia eyes and looking his father full in the face he said, manfully: : Father, L ama soldier in the Cold Water Army, and I can't ilrink wine: 1 ' Brave boy! exclaimed one of tit a orentlemen: settinff down his class . 1 ' :"" The Cold Water Army must conquer if every soldier stands his vrmmdaa well, said another, re garding William with great re spect. . ' . .v.. We will excuse you, my son Miaid the father, in a softened voice, and thoueh they eat long at the table; ' his glaaa was not again raised to his lips. There it stood nntaated and fulL Yes, the cold water ranks oan boast of other soldiers aa brave aa WUUam. Stand firm my boys; let no one beat you from yonr ground; be up and doina! lnteperance ia stealing about, aeeking whom it may de vour. Break hia weaponsj destroy bis engines, givahim no quarter. .. fnin Wim! Cold Watxe! Let this about of trlumgh.be heard all over the land, from oity .nri . hamlet, from mountian and , . ' glen... ,' - .'T -.;- Cold water! cold water ana vlo- - m To what color does a flogging QAAAga lwy.'a... complexion?.? mantenlmyell t.,3. '" "bee hero, mister,' said a lad j ''driven up a tree by a ferocious dog; 'If yoa don't take that dog sway, I'll eat up all your apples.' A boy being asked the meaning of the word amateur, said it was a man what sliDDed ud and wasn't jawed for it. , ; . 'Gerty, my dear, said a teacher Xo one of J her pupils, you have ibeen a very good little girl to day. Yes'm; I could not help be ing good, I bad a stiff neck, said Gerty, with perfect seriousness. ' A little irirl bavins noticed that I U after her mother's toilet there waa invariably a sprinkling of powder on me carpet, observed on seeing ' the snow the other morning 'See, t mammsi we angels Have been us iingpoudre deriz - t A little Dan bury girl, when ask ! ed by her mother about suspicious 1:41. L!i. I L . ' 1 - ihub unco ia ioe Biues 01 a dozen : choice apples, answered, Perhaps ! . t k. a . . 1 ; uHmmi' iney nave Deen rrost-bit- ten, it was o cold last night. , The J mother retreated. ; A little Methodist boy who had 1 JM 1M. .1 J 1 . - ucaru it muuaer auouc lour aum !mera, being asked by his mother , if he would not like to have wings and be an ; angel, replied, 'No, - mother I would rather be a hawk : and live on chicken.' j . A candy boy passing through a ;car, met a cross old gentleman, "jand says: Pop corn, pop corn! ' Hain't got 'any teeth, angrily i replied the man. f Gum drops! gum dropscalls the j smart uoy. ,. . , , Marriage enlarges the scene for ,! happiness or misery; the marriage or love ts pleasant, the marriage of interest, easy; and a marriage where both meet, happy. God made both tears and laush- ter.'and both for kind purposes; for aa laughterjenables mirth and surprise to breath freely, so tears enable sorrow to vent itself pa tiently. Tears hinder sorrow from becoming dispair, nnd : laughter is one or. me very privileges of rea son. . A New York cotemporarv savs that, at the annual - examination recently of a certain school not more than fifteen miles from Bos ton, the master asked lone of the scholars: 'What the Pilfframsfcame ever to America in?' tnd bad his equanimity somewhat disturbed by tne reply, 'two steamer!' . Turn ing to another scholar he endeav ored to set matters right by ask ing When the Pilgrame- landed?' and was again floored by the an swer I860.' , a young mamaa man was re marking to some ladies that it was At m. . v me women wno ran auer tne men, when his wife indignantly said, you konw my dear,. I never ran after you. That m&y be, he re plied, but you took mighty good j care not to get out of the way! Dr. Guthrie, in a recent address. itold a very suggestive story to to thit effect. A friend of bis questioning a little boy, said. ' When your father and mother for sake, you Johnny do you konw wd ill fakir a vrsn nn9 iYkm mlw nuVgnm unv j UJ A VO Ol a ay said he. 'And who?' said his friend. The ewer. police was Johnny's an- Little Annie was very anxious to possess a sring of gold beads 'which belonged to her grandmoth- j i .i ? i i. . . i . - ;er. wuu uiu nut cuumuer ih expe dient to give them to her. One day the child went and stood at ,the old lady's knee and after look-1 ing alternately at -her and the , beads, said, with great solemnity. Grandma I think if you were to die, I should . be perfectly satiss jfied. ::'-:y' I A new English edition of the prayer-book changes, by a typo graphical error.the verse in Psalms "Thou hast broken my bonds" in (to "Thou hast broken my bones." : There are at present 100 miles of ; block ice on the Hudson ten inch ea thick, and ice men state that .'such a surface has not been known ,fbr years. . A Curious Latter. Frienda stand I -A man Sir, your bearing frienda disposition, the world . whilst the contempt ridicule ambitious are "" -. ANSWER. ; 'Sin: Between friends, I under stand your overbearing disposi tion. A man even with the world is above contempt, whilst the am bitious are beneath ridicule. : The idea in which many persons indulge, that there is little intern perance in France and other wine growing countries is ahown, to be a delusion, by recently published statistics. - Dr. Husson says that the annual consumption of ardent spirits in France roaa from 69,000 litres in 1825 to 180,000 litres 1851, or from eight litres for each man, women, and child to fourteen The number of suicides from in temperance in 1848 was 141, and in 1864-401. This gives evidence that intemperance waa atill on the increase, thirteen years after the first abatement ceased. Other au thorities say that there has been a marked inoreate in druukenesa since the war with Germany, and the National Assembly is now dis , cussing addition! ia. the ' penal code for the purpose of . diminish ing the uae of intoxicating bever- agea.- .Ji:;Ya'"-li' SI 1 . .'. Of) 1 . SEVERAL PAPERS CLAIM To be "The BEST Newspaper Pnb--llshed in Eastern Indiana;' But owing to a generous modesty ' on our part, , we only claim ' "fti Mad mm," . To be among the best, if not THE BEST Here! Subscription Price, In Advance, on. : JOB PRINTING Basinets Cards Wedding Car Shipping Cards, Visiting Cards, nauroaa uaras, Visiting Cards, Address Cards, Bill Heads, , Business Cards, Checks, , . Drafts, uau vards, Invitation Card, c, a Bills of Lading Letter Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Ao. . Entrance to Office, 228 Maw Street, Sd door East of the Citizens' Bank. AfOrders thankfully receaad and promptly attended to. Address, IB. W. , Editor and Publisher fOR SALE. 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Ag'u, 8m Ticixo, Cil.nianiM Cmmww Sin .. Tineaar Bittern are nota Tile Fancy Drink, Kadeof Peer Bant, Whlakey, Proof Hplrlte and Refaae Ltaaera, doctored, ipieed soil awect enea to please the taste, eaUodTonicm" - ADpeUzen." u n M a ik.4 lu. 4lV Hnnln. nn tit rirahlratfl. BUHwrn, iu mm w ms and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from tho Native Boots and Herbs of California, free from 1 1 Alcoholic Brimalaata They aie the tiKEAT BLOOD PURIFIEtt and A LIFE I.ITlNfi PRINCIPLE, a perfect Benovator and luvigontor of the System, carry ln off all pottonoos matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition. Ne pcreoa can take these Bitten aoeoidins; to directions and ra- mainlone unwell, provided their bones are not ees troyed br mineral poison or other means, and the vital nans wasted beyond the point of repair. - They are a Gentle Persallve ae well an a Tealc, posscssinr, also, the peculiar merit of aetlnr as a powerful asent in relievins Congestion or InSamtaa- tlon of the Liver, and all the Visceral Orcans. joan or old, married or slnde, at the dawn el woman. hood or at the torn of lire, these Topic Cillers nave no canal.''' '" " '" ""''." ' " 7 ForlnflaaiaiataryaecaraaiciiaeaaiaEiasni and Gest, yaaetia ar ladlaeaclea. Bil lons, Reutitteat aad Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Bleed, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. 8ach Diseases are caused by Tltiated If lead, which is eenerally produced by dsranesment of the Digestive Organs. ' "' ' DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head ache, Pain m the Shoulders. Concha, Tightness of the Chest, Dininess, Soar Kroetatlons of the Stomach. Bad Taste in the Mouth. Billons Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, an the offsprings of Dyspepsia. They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the torpid liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled eBeacr in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and fan parting new life and vigor to the whole system. - FOR SKIN DISEASES, Brnptions, Tetter, ''Salt Bheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald Head, Bore ayes, . JErisipelas, Itch. Scarfs, DiBcoloraUona of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin, ef whatever name er nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system In a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most incredulous Of their euratrm HTtet. Cleanse the Tltiated Blood whenever you And Its ha purities bnmting through the skin In Pimplcs,Kmptions ., or Sores ; cleanse it when you nd it obstructed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse It when it is foul, and your feelinss will tell you when . Keep ths blood pure, aud the health of the system will follow. PI!, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking in the svstem of so many thousands, are ffoctually des trored and removed. For full directions, rJ carorolly the circular amnnd each bottio. printed In four languages English, German, French and Spanish. J WALKER, Proprietor. R H. McDON ALD & CO, Druggists and Sen. 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