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THOS. D. BOGIE, Editor and Proprietor.
"A Newspaper of theFresent Time; Intended lor People now on Earth."
Subscription $1.50 Per Year, in Ativan
RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY !, 1888.
NUMB EE CI.
PELI ABLE GOODS
m if.:. ?i...t
inn on us av lien Iii theCity nnd examine
om- Stock of Diamond, Watches, Silvek-
AVAKE, JEWELKT, CLOCKS, BltOXZES, CAXES &C
and Convince Yourself that Our Stock Is the
Trjrest and Trices the Lowrst.
K. D. Good. Sont on Applioatiou to Reliable l'artle.
M. B. WRIGHT.
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.,
000 Main St., KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
PERCIVAL 4 IWM,
, New Goods
Furniture, Stovcs.and Tinware
Wo also carry a full
lioth for Heating and Cooking;
Come and see our Goods, get our prices and secure bargain
PERCIVAL & FOWLER.
n&ons and Buggais
Whoro you may roly on getting an HONEST job and one
worth tlin money. Our work has for 18 years been sold o
our nciguuurs, wboin we see daily. Ihey are not afraid to
drive as last or load as heavy as thep wish, knowing that
Powell's work is the best and will bear the test. Who can
say that of an eastern job? We have also just received a
car load of the famous
WOOD MOWERS AND BINDERS,
Whoso record ot continuous popularity and present success is
not equalled by any other machine in the world. See our
gxiiU and get our prices.
POWELL & SONS.
East side of the Square, Richmond, Mo.,
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware and Cutlery.
Solo Agent for the Celebrated
Carton Hot-air Furnace
Pumps of all Kinds
And sizes furnished to-order.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING
Done in a workmanlike manner.
WAGON. CARRIAGE AND REPAIR SHOP.
liuvlu' aso; lt1 with my Blacktmithing a Flrst-ClaM Wood Workiuau',aild
are juw yrwpannl Co do all kind, of Uwpalrmg in th wood work lie.
HOKSE-SUOEiJYU -I Specialty
WIU mamtlaolu re Huirfflea, Farm and Spring Wagon., Plow, and everything
appertaining to tne Wagou or Carriage Biulneaa. Wo uae Doa but the very buat
luiiiuri'ii- hi our work.
I'AIN 1'INU ol vl ail kind, dona promptly and In good aryle at the Loweat
Frloua. UlVlt A TKIA.L, and be ooaviuoed that what w. aay la true.
bilUP HOUTU OF VYA8SON UOVSE.
1Lm 3D. -flLSI3XJJFl."r.
TO CLOSE A PARTNERSHIP
WE HAVE DECIDED TO OFFER OUR
CLEVELAND BAYS AND SHIRE HORSES!
A II ma.w uaJw all imaaHHl rllnBai. anrl arrow n nn rtn oar
Jman'HoQt nn.iiil,n. m fully axoltBat-vl. and In bt-itl poawlt-lr roinltltim t-r liri'- litis (
ouai-tinu ( tlli nnd Hir- fr.ro 1 lo A yraraltf. -rftiiB rhm.-l btwli.a uJ iiidijfi.lual tri.H;.
Odi b..reliis.- I.t taa...i 4 tlr f-jnl wlirnNf ah.nrn At IIlin"ia Mai Fair in Ih wuu Hiat in u. ri
. a.. 1 t ..' Kir In 1kT. won Kiii-fpriiHknnri tuAb CUifland Btjuand Bhtr.-a Al rtin;tJ
Tot Hi .. n I II i ,ihw, tnvonHii fln-l i Ir.rs. 8 iold .liflnU.aii'1 (rniid r"vTpttili
1 r I'irt llMir Krtlli.m of any hnt i; ni al uud Hhow. 1:, .,, f,.r f'l-rfUud Ba htallKiu-. III. Vd
l'i1!Ml i'i Fi.nr stai- ndl- lr, Vd '.! 4th i no Ttue imf old 2d and U.t t tmT"t Jwri "Mimi tin
M-w til littLrorrli-. TineMi lfSf ilfli CTCILVtC c-nai-ling ul tli- rtrv liioilitw. ba
.ilifilt'f h rt. I KTi-'Jirr wit 'i our UU flULO I LlnO Itfrcd nt arrni bartiiilti t an,
in itui I. cI imi int vra-Mibt isruutiliiii in Atirtl, uit J ilvral erwlit will lie fim to r"nillti I" ni,
t-i ll ilv'l, afHiiritiiti eil hk rt'lrrcuid. For full pautiuular. wod Ifwour UluMratod pttcuiiUtd,
CCO. C.anOVVNfe CO., AURORA, KANE CO., ILLINOIS
MZTALIC AND WALNUT
Burial Casc CalieiM,
All wal'le l ami padileil. Al.)a full line of burial Suits and K'uVa at
W. R. JACKSOU'S -ngreHlware
lu GrauJ Opera Ilouae Block, North aids of Square,
It'CtlMOXD - - MISSOURI
1.0 M PPICFS
J. R. GLEASOX
o have opened out, in
the room 1 door west of the
Hughes Banjc, a most com
plete and well selected line of
stock of the celebrated
T E BEST
GOLD mEDAL STUD
At Privat 6l at Greatly Reduoed Prlcea
than risk the eapenaaof an auction.
1 h pi li r 'T.r Viir'M. A marTei
f irl v r.i-jrth anl wh..li.emi-m..
H m w m-'ioi -ill tli-in rd inlinMr
.tiiil. al d cnnl-it b .nib In nuniwii-
''mi witi li.H multiliiijf ir low teat,
'h'-rt w.' ght alum or pliosi bate now
lr. K il i ivilr in can..
KOYAL BaKINU POWDER CO
V 10 Wall 8'., N. Y
C. T. OARNEP, Jr.
RlrHllO.IU, MIHsOI BI.
ITa.tiiff hrtT nt th wtl known S. Mc
') Ai.irr' i.f (lie K".riU of Kjiy counlif. I.
irri.f-l t.i furnlnh cinvcl Alwlrm ls of title.
In iJ I l.tn). I". Iti. rouul T. promptly .ltd for r-a
miii.it. clmn ... and prrpitre all klixl. t Deed.
4ii.t d-i!ivei icei; also Iwmui Mono)- at low rate.
(H fU K .'UiO. T.OaraerJt Hod, on Main at.
in uiiaJ.es Bwca. io-if
MOITSY TO LOAN'!
On Improved Farm,
For Ung Time,
At Low Rate of Interest.
Con nilasion. Iteaflonalile.
UvtU'i'i A Lavklock. 82
Tliorouglibred and Uraile
1 have two thnrnuebbred bulla for
sale, block on bn1 for sale at all
nun, ( all at ihiiii,2 miles northwest
f . Morton, Ray Co., Mo., and tnSDecL
toek. ia"l"oatoaice, Morton, Mo.
GEO. W. FA LK
Breeder alt Kbllieer of Pur. fired
I hnvc nfil nnW th r!mlrt tnm'l1! of th
!) m nr ivi il iit't an'c ami tirre i- t. e n-
i-t-nt y niy t.r-i to a Ti-ry tiijf i tnrw of
IifC.IO". MT,K 01 M UlffM DU '' hfrll
r hL Jill nrHns ..f t)i- yer l'rc rv
I3AA0 H. ZIMMERMAN.
Youns Hr.l t f r ! at Ktainnfttj.e pHcm,
Krm fix mllet aortbWMt of KaoxTillt, Ut
I PI TAJ?
I UUlm I
SEND'"r Hltsintil CATALQGU
rUMft. B n 11)8- Imnlem'tR. Obb
Frj -CT C7 7 tin appiKkUun.
11 b U Uon i uetfiect wrttUig for It
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
ROCHESTER, N. Y,
la-it . cuit it.
ra-ut 1. kit. it.
t DR. HEN LEY'S A
A Most Effsctiva Canibination.
Thli well known Tonic nod frrrlnicalntTi
(rejt rr;.uL.ilrjau a out t .f Dcbillly, I)yTrt
pi:. od M UVOl dlfoTdtrt. It rrll-.-c, jll
lHiiultl wi tlt hllllati'il icruilfk.nt at 'b tj
tein ; irruciliei.B U;-ll-5Ct, n I boiiliy r.in:tln.tt
ti il'li up fioro o:t Ncrvet i iiit(li;i-'.tliiu I re-t-i'
imiftlnd or lo VittiUtr, atd l.ia-i bock
yo'jiUfjl a'rtniffli ntid vl-fir. it Is l"f nr.l l ti.rj
Uslr, end u1 r"ul: rly liiaf" h 8ytiu ajuUlial
Itw dfprMlu uiUurUC of Miilkirto.
frlceI.OO irr Uottle of S4 ounce.
Sua SALS OY ALL UltCCUlSTa.
STRAUDE & tCU.
Proprietor! Hall Street eat Market
We are now furnishing the best meat
ol all kinds, and will make and sell
Muaujre, head-cheese, Ac. lu season. We
buy only the beat of animals, butch
them 'tarefully and Handle cleanly. Wo
ask a uonttuuatton of Ihe petrona of
Ihe pubU. 44-tf
I'ndrr the working of the Khotlu In
land prohibitory law Providence hn
125 more place, whero boer and llitior
can be bought than she had under the
Wo Infer Bro. Bnirle I. a aitledld ulnir-
er llnve no doubt he would do well
giving concerta. LawKonian.
No Captain, we can't sing, but we
ture s re'jsln who can play uu luo
Mnxwoll, the St. Louis hotel mur
derer should not be pardoned by (iov.
Morehouse, as he hsa been given ihe
benefit of the courts and should suffer
the penalty of the law, which he vio
Inted. AU who found ocrttfion to rritlcUv
the ftpjry wefttder yi'Hiun.av, mijrlit,
on retiuolinn. hvu cotiHiriWiMt it a Imp
yy omen fur It rotxtition frotn tiinf
tmmt'mnriiti DM tM.'en niritiii e
mtvrion of titr rt-muinitr of the win
tT. Thift rttiiicrttitiou prevnih t hrotiir li
nut nil chritt4 iHloni. tiaiinif bark uutin
cenlun'. hinston lituus.
'I he alxjve rcfr to tlia oi'onU tnv
of Kebruftry, but the rt'marks need
little further elucidation before being
fully understood. What kind of weatli
er arg we to expect.
Thft brave little Nrbrnnka schnnl
teacher who tlI her lnti il loituti
wun me rmi was oiowu oil t!i iniii-
and led them to a farm hoiiHe a mill
nw ay, carrying one ciul'l in Imr arm.
the entire dmtance. ha-i rucoivfd niiit
olli rs of luarriHicu, by- lniu-r, troin totn
Htmngora. Hut ahi tiaa exoi-lli'iit gutnl
cntte as weu at ootirngn. ana tlie unit!
n ilon are atill awaiting auivTor.
Sensible girl. OfTort of marriage.
prompted by such a heroic act ou the
part of the lad y, generally come from
sentimental Individual, who have no
very keen appreciation of the dutte
and responsibilities of lifo. They have
neither stamina, nor moral courage to
tight successfully the battles of life.
The Knights of Labor will pa.-ts a
resolution not to vote for any fundi
date for oftice who unes money or whis
key to secure his nomination or uluc
It is earij enough to draw the line on
the whisky part, but not so easy on tin
money. For Instance when a man be
comes a candidate he wants the world
to know it, hence he gives the publisher
of his local paper 95 0U to announce
the fact. That la certainly a legiti
mate transaction, but it is money spent
to aecure a nomination. If not what U
it spent for? You may say the resolu
tion doos not oovor such expenditures,
but if it don't, what does it coy or;
When you try to answer this ques
tion to your own satisfaction you wilJ
couolude that such a resolution is both I
shallow and tneauingless. I
The approacuiujr oauiuaiun in Mia-1
ftnouri is a mailer of great ujotuutu lo
the democracy ot this aiale. Xiio tem
perance element hhicti is so larg;h
iliuused iuto the rauks of all panic a,
and which in lie infancy in lo4 came
uuar defuatiug the Uciuocrauc can
didate tbt was uoimualt'd umler u
piotust, hati growu h trouper evur ymi
since that lime, aud U today tue uai
auce of power lu btalu electioiirt. Con
dilution aud concession, and not slan
der and vituperation, muat Ue employ
eu to bring tuts vole ouok to tho ucm
ocraiic pat ty. Temperance men inns
pe allowed a voice in party couutMa.
and nut be exclude! liout oatce auu
denounced as lauatics! i'laile City Ar-,
The above seoms to be an authorita
tive declaration from a prohibition
stand point as U is but the echo ol
wnal has appeared lu other prohibition
organs. As such we desire to call the
attention of democrats of Kay county
to mreo points pretty clearly sol out.
irirst. There is made a candid con
fc.isiou that urohibitiou democrats bul
led lue regular deiuourat.o noiuincr
lor goveuor in In-H, and camo neat
defeating the head of the dcuMcrui.t
state ticket. And this confession
ooiues boa4tingly, just as if ino bol
ters were prou i of their act.
Second, The demand is mado that
these bolte.'a bo conciliated, in order
to get them to come back into the
democratic party, for the Argus arti
cle evidently carries with it the im
pression that this element is still out
side the ranks of that party. Co u eva
sions, it says, must be made.
Third, The condition on which these
bolters are willing to come baek, is
that they be allowed to manage Uie
party and nil the ollices, aud are not
to be denounced as fanatics.
To sum up the sanation In a few
words: These prohibition democrats
bolted in 1(564, aud made an eUort to
defeat the head of the democratic stale
ticket. Failing in this .hey now de
mand that they be conciliated and con
cessions be made to them, iu order to
get them back in the democratic party,
aud these conciliations aud concessions
must go far enough to give the bolters
the management of lue party aud
allow them to hold the ollices.
We do not care to comment ou this
remarkable demand just now.
A swallow does not make it Spriug,
but a simple application of a goou
remedy will give immediate relief.
There Is uothiug better than Warner's
Log Cabin x tract for external or iu
tuiuai application. Frioes VI. 00 auu
Hurrah for the Wabash Western ! lu
recuguitlou of lucir services iu lue cap
ture ol tuu buuuiu m toe leeeai ut
templed iraiu rouoery ueur ai.osuui i
cuv4 tree passes were Dsueu io Laeiji
lwiug geutlcuieu . it. ij. iioiaius,
doun ixuig, u. r. eratiuu, oruui
llOUl, Uttvia t. Hull, i. II. .Uui-cuuaa,
Hicuard Oeorge, A nonius ixeliwr uua
m. taw by. oupcrinujudont jicueu
aii'reciai.us uie Ultra services tuusu uuu-
liumeu by Uioir pioniplueas ami i.iu-
age teuutreU Uie iouu.unU wu uie liup-
p to leaiu that bis appreciul.ou is
uoaivu ujr tun, ui uu uau. jue iy
Kvery day U a little .Ue, and our
wuofe life is but a tiity repeuleU. 'lis
not bust lu suuui'foruvcuuuu lil'.le tla ,
wliuu uue uppUcutiou ul tt aa uer a Lvg
Cubiu fcxirut wiilUiive It ijuick awa.
ouiing txaterlorejiltii-naiur luiumal
WET AND DRY VOTES.
StiMslici Showing IheStrsnqth of Local Oe-
uen in miisoun.
Since the Wood local option law took
ellVet In this Mate lust June, 78 elec
tions have held Hurler la provisions, 6fc
counlie- and lfi citiei, of V.'tdO Inhabi
tant and more, have voted. At the
elections l.tS.lHO Yotn hart h.
polled at voting places whore 207,S.7
were polled In 1hC at the general elec
tion, fo that 64,177 votes have failed to
etpress thennelves by ballot on the sale
of li-jtior in these counties and cities.
t the lA&lftn votes cast, 7.1,807 were
'for the s:ile.' aud 78,817 were 'again!
the mile, showing a majority of
dry' votes In 62 counties and 16 citiei.
t f (ht'fte counties Jii have relumed I
wet tiinj'iritt tin 39 have 'pone dry.1
Of the towns 0 b?vi; rejected the 'dry'
)i-oposiLon Hud 11 vcpted it, nmonu
me I;it:er arohprtnhiid and C'arthngi
ioih li'Tu nnd growing towjs. Of the
tolul voitt pnllHil the eit es cast I-'),:(H4 :
tvet, 6.4.it; dry, ti.yjti. The election
were iuito cloe in caeh of the towns.
In the couutiurt which have voted
dry the luw w ill elo-o l.0 saloonn.and
iu tlie 'dry1 towns ti( dram shops will
have to quit business. These saloons
have beeu paying to the cities, counticb
ami Mate an aggregate ot ;l-'0,000 an-
nujilly forliceiiNe, all of which will now
i stopped for four years at lest. As
the law dors not refer to brewers and
tii-ttillcricM, of course none ore affected
by it iu the 'dry counties, except In
their local lraie.
Fifteen of tne G2 counties which have
voted hud no saloons before the vote
was taken, having abolished them un
der the provisions of the Downing law.
Five of these 16 counties were carried
by the 'wets1 out the satoouists must
yet obtain petitions under the Downing
law bo fore they cuu opin dram-shops.
Of tlie counties that refused to vote
local option, H are politically l&epubli-
n aud 14 Democratic. Nine counties
lhat voted for local option being in the
Kepubliean column and 31 claimed by
the Democrats. 1 wo Hepubncans and
i Democratic (owns went 'wet,' aud 7
Kepublicttu towns went 'dry,1 while 4
Democratic towus went the same way.
The ligures quoted are from ofliclal
reports sent iu by tlie county and city
h-rks. Ihe statements are therefore,
reliable, aud exhibit cleat ly the result
of tlie local option niovemont in the
State up to the close of last year.
The Brunswieker aud the Mexico In
ligenccr beverely condemn the news
papers that are deuouueing Judge Bur
gess for deciding the local option law
uucousiitutiuual aud those othe news
papers thai are deuouueing Judge Nor
ton for deciding ihe lav Constitutional.
the level-headed men iu all parts of
he state are attempting to keep the
prohibition isue out of politics, aud
to calm the, riguieous wrath of the de
nunciatory brefheren who happen to
he on the opposite sides of thisuueslion.
Hut who ever kuew the level-headed
brother to succeed in times of excite
ment! lie ni u.-. t lake a hack seat while
the hullab.illoo and hurrah brother
uioutiLs his hobby horse, gallops furl
juU to the front and snouts "Ou! Ou,
j e brave, to glory or to the grave!"
After the hobby horse stumbles and
:j: eak a rocker, the level-headed broth
er is permitted to come around aud
administer consolation and arnica to
the bruised spirit aud shiu of the un-
.norscd warrior. vo uo not mean to
discourage the level-headed brother,
i ar iron, it; for g'eat is his reward
when he is able to scent his consolation
au-l arnica Willi the ravishing tlavor of
"1 to.d you so.1' We endorse the
piaievoi tity eiloiU of tlie Itrunswick
;r and tuu liiLei.geuter: and we know
t tat Tune, I lie- great fool-killer, will
euuie witii his ciub, sooner or later,
and pound their advice into the skulls
ul tlie liuuby norsu cavalry. We ouly
tear thai hu will come later instead of
sooner. Calt away Gazette.
The Great Unprolectei Intarnl. 1
From the fvuuca trtnur.
In 1J the aggregate value of the
iron aud steel luaiiuiactured lu the
cmled Mate was 9JJti,tXlJ,tXfiJ, but as
mis niciuJoii pig-iroaii twice, first as a
.ie palate pi'otiuei and again iu the bar
iruit or steel iuto whicu it went, lis val
ue of 9oj,uaj,wO is twice giveu. A
more correct eslimule, wneu the report
is lieu iioiu implications, wouid place
ine uggregule al auoul rJS-'W,Uvi.i,UUU.
uuring ti.e wur cuUing JuuettU, 1W1
luo export ol American agriculture to
foiuigu nations was ol Uie value ol72y
ioU,uuo, or three und oue haif limes a
mueii as our total proauois of irou aud
steul and this, too, atlur our enor
mous home demand had peen tilled.
11, there! ore, it were true that a pro
tective tanii were needed to support
our iiou Juruacus which we utterly
deny, lor we made irou long before we
ever bad a taiiu yet lo eeuure a trade
worm euw,UUO,ouJ we are jeopardiz
ing oue worth fci00,oOJ,uou 'lue loss
ol inailorcigu iraue tor our agricultu
ral piojuuU not only determines the
taut wuetuer wo suait maae any thing
ou wuat we sell at Uoiuu of sucu pro
ducts, uul Wouid o. iLaeit eulml, U lost
lor but one juar, u greater injury to
American iuuusU) i.taa lue desirucL.ou
ol mice nuius lue casual luveaied iu
ail our H'oa aaa sauut.ot as as it stood
iu IjoJ. ot, iuu3ja..eiu is called "pro- j
iceboat uua we uie to.U is kept up to
uuauiC iioa lueu lu pa(v "good wages."
ratmeis ua.u uui' Wuikmcu to pay 1
alio, uua giuuuiug poiaiov is jusl us
uuiiuiuuio aaagruuu.tig uua ore, aud a
lai iaiact U-roe ol luiellieiiee is
J -iUiiea. ll i I. uie lot' agrieuiiurisls
i Lo juti being ma-le inu Loolaof tuo other
' C4rtMcfc( Uiiu io u.-maud luat laves uot
llccUi-U to sUpolt tUU Oovci'llllleilt
biiati uoi oe iraau-aoU by lue Ooveiu
Uteul toiatuied liiudsUtvs. Uat luu
Oo Ltuuicut Uin'a uot i.eeU to main
tain piu.ic pijacv.-, oruef uud security
kUuiiiuKUiaiu iu iae utApuveiS pocaa
U. l.eaaiiO LuC I al ia.
Children Cry ior Pitcher's Castoria.
SERMON TO WOMEN.
8am Jones Lays Down the Law to
Tti nifNMlsva f a Good Wife antl T.vll of
M4dlfwora Mothsr-ln-l.aw Cleat
llatMs Ksst to Uodllii llntn
After hts retarn to K ituw City fmm the
bedside of hist. elf wtlV, Mr. Jtuw iro:filied
a sinna to wotnoa. Un O"iniii'ue04 by
There Is nn n-ltir.n In this world as la -
crod as lliat of man and nit. "Anrl
twain Mliaj.ll b ana." Arh nt l r.1,, .1 ,. ,pa
it, nntn und but p.n tii;t dor. It n ne
put undnr.' Uod kiv- n. on (T'n.l iva
whno they are nnl. One of our pao'or
Said that m 111 nuHnraln in a !-. m,r.t
of Oeonrta, he hat oirr..f mm nt the
yotinir liulv mtnlrirs
t h ftiiiirch to i
worT lly-tmnded nun.
Tfittt Wn u mmtakt
prhnpa a D7 aa eternity. Hut no; thm
:nd w fj in tlx month in
sualRht and Into th chttrxh. I think
mete-a oottitoir KrAiulir than to ee
Christly mm with wounn hy his sule.
Home say that the rib wumtn nnnmnie
from camo from Dtau's ntr t sij: uma
say from the left, net rent the henri; bit
when my wifo's su-k, bath my nidtt hurt
lhat hind of ve that's pjrf.'etl v unclU h ;
that kind of lore whi. h ouinoum a I it bas
and withholds noth.ua: e- nduotve io nnnp).
noes I like that kind or woman. Wnen
anyb-dy savs anv thina- In h.-r nrim-ura
about her husitan.i i ar.u. m u.. ia,.
ohone and e-iiu him un and sny: "II iw-
band. 1 can't hear any thlnj? atHi.it you un- '
less fa your proaonrt. Coian huuin " i
How often a tod plou motner-in-law
rutiii the pence of a f.nniiv. Your hu.band
didn't marry the whole famny. If., Just
took one. 1 feel sorry for ay tnmi who
marries Just one woman and e the whole
inmuy. An o'd mo id osome moihir-in-law
tsaiuxury. Ha i-U ill her troubles con-
oentrated. you know. He f.rgot ai out ll
othors. There Is no relation which .a mote
sacred than that beiwtv.m hubund ml
wife. Now, tf husband d nt ity ut homo
as often aa bo should it ain't Ins mo-h-r-ni.
law who ought lo arrange tltow ib-na.
Why, a man boast a, you know, about tho
constitution guaranteeing bm lib ny. eta
i cuursH, um a Tory parucumr anrut i
the Deraon whom hm .u , h,..i. '
thoee bbertlra. White t- .m.ln. nr u n i
MnMcrtiMl isir m..At. . -
homo every evening he will be g ad cnouifh
to get nome eerly. Ttns men-viug bu.no
is a nro-ttme affur. If you miko a mistaloi
in your marr ate tt will Miow you to tha
grave, oven If you do iret a divoicot even
ff you do gst marrltxl again. And ttit.t al
ways aevmed to me to be tl o liaiirosi.
thing a woman with two liviuir hushitiids
and not lo Utah either. If twine wom-ju
would try aa hard to plea' hmr husi aiids :
as ttaeybao cor -am membe.-a of .,.ni..ty. I
your husband would b- as happy now aa a
pig in tne aunsniue. you n flud anoihor
thing; in the tblns which you do to
pl... Tour ho.b..l yoa devoi .p a bi.n.. ,
soma Obaractar. To ploM .m. tvi Ye
andWtoorr..on joJ too.. II trior.-, a '
woman ham who han't cor,., on nor loo. 1
would Ilk. W rot b.r p,.,tU. I
Ona woman arose to her foo and tho
audl.nea roarad. Ti.ao di. ..i. nl.ni ... '
Sown 1 suoiJul I
. . I
wen, tnang uod. aftir fortv vara of
observation Tve foand ono ,.,, Bhn
wdl furnish me her p.cturo I shall be very
thankful for IV.
I hke to see women who attend to all ihe 1
features of home. Bom. in,n aro m-vie
drunkard, by your ha-d b seulis and
a...- a i . -1.
rravv Hue to iTat dl-m v
J" ..1 " I t
like a wtfe who oaa pl.iy on a pi.m s b.it i
like one, too, who oan plar oa a eook stove
just aa wen. l like that sort.
You needn't mao anr mouths nt me. I
mean Juetexaotly what 1 say. No man can
have high aspirations when he don't have a
whose faeo was clouded the moment he
struck home. O, how sorry 1 am lor some
men wno want to do otter una wbosi' wiv
wont let them. Kpuwon Save that tho
dHfTtLrtht Si.rt Hlrt ft rat t ha i lira anuint..a
of man. Yon can taU about dirt at much
as you please; there's no excuse for it witli
the kkm! waterworks you hav-3, and you
can get two oakos of soap for u mokL Hup
p ae yoa go to Uaven and kep your umu
sion Up there in tho condition yau ktop
yours down here. Why, the auuvU would
say: "There's the poorest hnnsebeo) or n
&ory.f Ymir bosbst'd will nev.'r lio nt tor
earen until you bo in to c.e.tn up tttoe
houses of yours and live rurht. "L'lnttii.i
nesa Is nett to godhnea." Let's mi no
home the brightei, happiest. n l . lotooit
place tn the world. Quo tnd wroiu to me
to-day: 'This boamlng ho is ilvu g Is
deraoratlting. My hOKba id is nld- io huy a
bouse and I wnnt to ko to ho is. k toping,
but be won't do it" Yi. and ihoru's lou
Of you who live about in the boanllnu
boo si's of Kansas City, ad gud and'g -ip.
Wbolf placotlon the mar-tut woal lo t brai
b'it ten cents a dorm,
Here 1 am In thi ml.ld of my aonii'm
and 1 baveu't got to my u tt yeL Hut buro
It Is I
"The Lord Is m shepherd. fhstl not wair.
rta mskoth me lo IIa d.iwn lu ;ri'L piturt'4.
He re .tore l h ui soul.
If every wile present eoul J Just s ty tttose
words tnls mom ng you woi,M b.-b -anty,
frugranoe liself In your bon o-. I'm giu I
David wrote those llne. Ttioy mo.oit
snmethttig. David Ti m-'nib -re-i how he
ted the sheep in the morn ng d wn into the
pastures and along the stilt wat.ir-i. A of
he would inke earo, too, of tho iit'li Umbs
and the old drerei.t slm f). And ho wo jl 1
watch over th- fold vig 1 intly, And ho re
membered how he h. d fo. lowed i.p outi of
the wild benata and took from it tne t me
tt was betrlng away, '(foil le my shop
aero, i sn ui not wont fur a plum to ttty
my head, for food, for sii.tr. for nv
ttilng." Uo vou Snow how n uch Van.ler-
Wit got for looking aft.-r bis j -n.io i,ooo !
Only hit vicinal, nod oo'lote. fioii'i y
know that sh routs hrireu't pi'k"'s. m't
ymi know ihat alt dead mon a- b irloj the
same namtwr or ini-hoa nniur t ia amil
' Ueath is a common leveler." Hsi(.ra, yon
know bow lisrf tt has baen to net p the
rusts and moths out of yojr pnt-.iw.iy gar
meets In the winter aud you're muri
baeksll'Jdea In the spraa 'when jou've,
brought them out
What are mosq'iboes made fori To ft ep
people from living in tht muishy pnuusv
What are verm t a undo furl To pievunt
brg from tjoepnia; uudor poople'a lio isb.
Well, what are buitgaiB mate fort To
make people comb their hatr. f Liugiiinr
Whatever God wants diva ft' to Him?
Don't Let Uod take any Hung, ftive tt to
Htm. "God is my shepherd, 1 sh ill not
want," ior friends, for food, r
"He maketh me to lie down in gi'oeu pa
lures; Ho leaJetU me b-tl le the et ar
waters." Did you ever s e any f these
pictures of sheep at the c ear p ol, of the
pastures! The oil sheep wide lu ant the
Utile Uoib-go down to tne margin.
Let me say this in oortrlmion : Wife, be)
true to every relation of lifts and you shall
have served your day and peneratt .n welt
1 don't know whut I'd i d'Qi many a time
If I hadn't a g'K4 wife. 1 dancod w n h the
girls and rompud and plaved c.irls wo It
them but when J wauled a good liet
weut to a prayer mealing. Lot's go h. me
to-day and uommenco on ourst'lves, ttu-u on
the sttuojf room, thoa on tho parlor uud
Twenty-flve faundrrd women T-ie to
their fe t wh'-n a sited If thoy lutvuded to
live better lives. J
rnllow t hrlil.
On the sftemooo of tne dav thai Kuni
Jones proai-hed to Woiuou, Me. ISiioili
pre nc hod ut the W.ilnu. Hti-eot t'ltuirti.
After the oongretrai ma liail sung "1 will
follow Jesus," Mr. Kuiull saui: I w t'i
every one of us would do whnt we siol'. 1
eao't really understand, to toll tho truth,
how peoplo of nttctlonoe with an houet
regard for consistency of con-Juct cuu smg
surh sent m nts with the si'einunf euineHt
uess of BHinta and uuge s and cure no uioi-d
about it than If they were sing ni tiioek.
People aoem to think thut shipou; 1 oulv a
part of the entertainment at revival mod
I Ings, but It should bo just i.s solemn us
Ipraytr, and auy one who doesn't sing as
honestly and aa earaeuly as they p ar
Com kqI litif for Ut glory of tiud, but for
thenl'iryof tiiinipif. 1 nm't lnt much,
but when I n-n 1 winic k en.estly and
U viu can't do ihi ltt'p your mouth hut
Tu iinir wttliriiit inoBtiiUfc, wl'.Bl you tiuff Is
in nit jnudiiKTit nn intuit to Uort moi t-
erv io J ''Mi. I ti riot.
Amiwrtrn Ju pnawyl frcm ihonco 11
t nmn nsucsl W.ttt..-w. nl lit; j.i unti h
'Ko.low Mti,' sud Msithsw stot and follfiovd
Vou nirej, 'Twill ftl'ow Jt?us, yet you
nt. Jiit niti railed yoo maiif a tloie.
nnu you wouldn't hMiitf. Do vou fol o
Jftiiia down to ih bub I No, you don't, yd
v u come up to the olmrrh and that Mod 1
flvnd and will fjiiow yau all the days of
bio. He n ver f "llowrrt von to tb
I D,u f,,r h"r thftl Xo the door, whore he
i ,vrnt periiwl Vou tint to (IX In. He
i m Kl,t "i,v folUtwed yoj t the otnvm bouse,
vou. Jo.u hns Miiki'il Hioo smets o(
i K tt'S is 1'ily aiono, cointf to vsa lite nlok
I tmd iUm inivly, yet lio tus liud ehunbs full
of V V who ad ihy wmiid fobdw Him
w-li'Tt--hut thov only follow him wttj
tnoiittin. Wht'P"o you ai di
0V;" Xn fot,r 'noe rolaiis, and ne
" ( "'r "ulT " ay ,n Uie oiinren,
bow lonjr would tt take rr y-ur buatneia
ievicli.ua to vlvtrtUo yen to tbe
world as irrriprtuaitt How " tone;
lri.ufi you ha tolerate.! hus-
bnnil if y..u wore us tui fau if ul to your
mm riB(r Tur n you nre to. the voluntary
vow you in.. It a to Lhrhtif How long; would
y ur wifti s an I tt ' And. slears. how Ions;
i would Jl,"r huaiwiMl put ui with you if
, ymi u"re 0 lf"J',l lo your lnisbmids a
Tn are to Jesus CbriM ll long would
eorieiy and tLe world loierai- you If the
lnwi h rhureh wei-e unftorwd bv pen
alty 1,110 t,ie lftW" of tlre MfflTV how many
of yo" rl,ur,-'h niotnbert would b-ep id Jli
l,tl K " ' r""'nl It In. in extreme
, way, hut tliat's truo, ain't It!
1 tlnu t Know wht th vhujaur cnti do
to niua- tholr itiombrrs fm.Wjrul. They
won't turn thorn out, beoan) tny would
lf thir niunny. 'i bey cant try them,
iM'candc thay csn'l got an unb elted Jury in
tbo ehurch. Flofore Ucm. I don t, know what
we are going tn do, but 1 do know that
U Tunf- A onr
ml a sicrf crowd oiieat a tlinu, ane so Christ
nvmt, p at y u ono at a tlm.a, and when
L'urisi pours into you his sovreVn grace
and doo r.ts'or-e you. you won't- know your
Nelf. Vou will have to no identified. But
you must know that you ares.ck and apply
lou.xj ior a n-m -of.
now oi nouoayo example m an Hcrlp-
t-nsniiat I lik to conteiupla'ss like I do
n-w. nf was poor una (i
Di-tor tmd dettoised.
and ihon,. K'.inan wero tnltinsr tuaea (or
evoiytliii'g tlnit wnt to tho hAioa of the
pA"i.o, aud Mati how was thorn a, the tax
K''biTir. lunuig rusiouiifrom hie honest
leiiow-cilij-'ii nnd lhy dospitf l nim. He
was htit ojt from every thing. Thv oould
m ilto aoo"m"nt for ovtry t Uiua? cept for
Al illlievs. 'Ihey cat him out utterly.
linst cme down and boaran to Ltilk to
tht nc people, and when He taught the ways
" ;wt pearii
there and bmt tt all.
Ud didn't ttrlitk It
he llsreued tothe
was fi.r l im, but
b. ' f', U ",f1,1U . aoul an aa
'tor. wor and ilesp, hm
t .Id , i,'. .h ' S"gfv-, "
"cll";d ln " " bks.ln ,,." W imn
Ch,l"',iJ'1 Ub,e who, "
.. 1 T,. ... . "w j"'-.a
"lo '-ve 01 aiauimw, anu saw: ualtlnw.
follow .ue. and Matthew followed him. It
WOUld hrt mlihtv rimxnl In thia rla t ant nr.
; . : ' . . " " . "
Tr . " f 1,u . WWf m"
ofllro nnd follow Chrtet.
J" ?1 "k"tl rw,i"J t
Uunfs that yoioould resign and follow
tg'S'. itViY'J?1 iVV but yafit,ia'U
,utl,1,nv b.m. Tu-ro waanoquea-
lhT" f .V "'I.? Z J?
knvo you got for n.ol Nothing of tbi kind;
tb. w foliowe I. If Matt how h.id twen here
to-ilnv air giug "F"lluw Jos'.ia," ho would
have meant it, but wneu ymi sing It I don't
bhitno the slnU'T bnuk tb re who says,
L'TJ prosei ve mo from that kind
of uprow.l." Tbiy ran't im that ft has
dono you any punl. If they could see that
It s likn new e unors woo wut. to git Into
tho host, society; th.-y ak wiioie it Is
. c TS. T..'. , . U
ln" 'lu' 11 SO ID 10O
chuirh. ami tt.e sinner lo-iks at you and
can't so where it would benefit him to
ro:tic Inio tli f.d, aii'l be ,iy he might at
Web stay out. ft uhH1 ty he here in Kan
sn(Jry sot. nit ilnre'i innnhera could be
roron i.vl a th ues- rnd moat exciuslre
sufit'iy. ft oiitriit to ho -.a that when a man
name to Khum City Uiat he would tayt
"1 must be m i ff-o.l i n I pu o brjloro I can
gt 1 ito g o i so.'tftf." ft ought to
be flint a Lewspaper coul 1 not publish
Mur ions. olii-K-n tinta and ball
garnet bora nt a peVip'o wouhln't tke
the paper. lint people are wtlbng
to pny fin a ys f to find out all the
t'eviln.ent m Mia world, yot tboy u:int py
a doiUr a ymr for a ro:lglo is I'aper. It
ought to bo so that no man cuu Id run for
o 111 unions he was perfeetly hoiisst and
upright, Thuru ure uuough toiors up m
tho rolls of ib t elmrehs thut If they would
t.iey ro.il 1 cut rul ; ho selection of their of-fli-ioa.
yot tiiev m;o wj d.rld-U by polltlpal
I n s II. ul they let tho tvtl puck e9 asi
tiio'ii hi y Hin t of an oi'bur i eant. f
wn-l t" m. ' Hi. dav coie w h n roifch
loeiuliers Will a iy tout t'i"T Won t Ve 0 for
a iiL.ti lo. t;ii'L Hq.otru kift I niiofiva by
t:ie pu ept- of C:;inl.
To.:ro i-n't a party In the country that
e n u. a ui tuo voir for a man who 1s not
ui rifiUt. uiul i on 'st vn i who fi.vor the eu
1 'imt hii i olln r vila phK-os. 1 will be loyal
Iti I hi isl. t'tiiifoiin fouroeif f l hrist
mst, tifn mtiue i n wor.d d public opia-
nf Tin to ro i.
'r'.-bii.T mo " That was a favor it) e.
f r-.Hl..n w.tti J.-Ona. When b i told ftieo-lUMiois-
h it ho unuL bo b -rn ugiln it ue irly
I .r ol Klfod'onm a s iiioi.nl. Nieo.
d m s Witt uu 1. 1.. ), When Jeaue wants
to in a -ft a util oriel iir.ii' a'litil on to you.
inn, to uli ftio Wo-lil, he B vm, "rniiosy
Bie," am sit tuu wrld tun uncersiaaiu.
XOW mil TUG UtULS,
J.jn ppenkta Msitnl to
Yuuutf Wo in an.
O-itt rruV' the Most of aortg a
fo firenaei-4 iod leua)itr the
lieettiift to a Hotiiae id
vt e tt liojs.
In hern Mi loyjuu girls at Kaisaa Citf
Mr. Joiiui k.iiJ :
UfMi's bin' ut. ta a c-tnid tt t a muthev,
an t (l..,rs bo-t L'lft to a mother is a goof
diiUih'oi. OoJ's b.'nl p.fi. to pireuts trt)
(iooj i-hildroo, aiol 4to,'a b.-et nil to i Ij il
dien uro t:o.r fiii-entB. You've seen ehil
dron urowbig .hi uro eueti other's othos.
Theyd'ii't bk to put on w hat a va bri h-'f
or unr eittor has iv.n u l ve a in3t aies
lo-ked at the wovll t n.s rapid swotpto-
mtiirri-i t -io t ll itin.-i tl sue --st. umi
ju wonl'.oi ivli.it tun J of children
W r leaving t:n hoi it u Now, I
s.nl toiuv lo ym; f mng ladioa thut the
m.i Ut.iuuful ud"iiitin! nt to a b' Uio Is a
puio and good U .Uifhier. TUo best friend
you've got is your to t:n-i' You cm jaw
her xn l n.i6 l;r. will st. t she s tbo most
p. vex u fi u-iiii vou i nvo ou earth. Moi her
I in a iieu'iuii, b th iu lieiid and heart, to
know b.i ur what y-ia ou-ht to ito, wuero
J0:i o g it to g. u;t.l wb.it yoil our'ht to
H .y, und who yoa o itfht to asoeiate wii h
Ah.tii any bo ly eie m the world, aud muo
t' liths i f your trouuio y iau bulies, o ms
froiu yioir 'Vi.ni'tig io do soinotinnj that
mmniiin 'lnlu't wn t ynu tt do.
Of ei'iirse, mo Uitr d in.t know anvtbing
alioiltino.lornsoc.oty. tstiu's an old toy,
uiu'tshel 1 heard a young Imtv make tins
iMiiiastion to lor father once; "I've iievor
I o 'ti uuvtliU'g hut a tvnii-eo of trouble to
'. I.1",. iro1'"'" l
you uud mot hur.
ihiin. I d m't i-ard wim yu call this.
i.iy oe you any l urn l pixiMii ng. oil,
cull it jcittes for uu aim u.ae i neu. Whon
niv w.fo w.is V'-rr s c a n J iT'.t we. I, I hanti
' (, wife, I'm gl 'd vo l d d..'i die; I miaht
have ai'le I Hie f ol lute a i"t of t ioto tramp
wiU'iwi'i'i." Now I ivjut to kui nght dowu
uuiui.g v.'U lo-Iny "Sis 0'" you should
s iy, Y-u o n kto: I' I line fr you to go."
li .iiHsiiy mat you with tht sitr was
Uiid or murr.ed, or uus out of i hi way. If
you'll show me a fmuuy t.iai gots along
Btf.fiucr n. -lugiv I'll snow you a type of
hoaven.. Wmeteutlit of the troutva ooea.
i0uwi la lamiues w4t by u gun.
(Tarn flic apfilauve iu the gaiivnes ' I'll
got yoa later on, bora." ssid the pri tu-hoi-as
he glaured about at the galleries.
Another thing, girls, when mother Is
pale and wesk, when she it sick and suffer
to much. O. whet a consoiaiton yoa would
pe. i knew a ptwr old women In ueorg
who got up and made the tire and got it
breakfast while four big robust daughters
lay abed unfit nine o'otoit. Those g.ris all
got marnsd tut oue. One uisi ried a oae-
leirgeu vagabond, anutbar a bartender, an
Oioerire wtr Te"i.6a i-aii..p a ajtrr saw
and tne isst remained the type or bloom
ing maidenhood la all Its grandeur. An
other thing. 1 ought not to fro in tn the
d sou ss ion or my text withont a f w words
about receiving and those htUo urollmma
rlet, you know, after you've put on vour
serai-ioogdressca. And wheu I got thr"nvb,
if your fa her don't indorse all that I say
men i n give up.
Here's a young suah Me drc- wnil.
gets the most lutiiionshia rig, gets tho
choicest box at the thoatm and he gets gki
a month, fie sjiends 40 fur theaittrs. tf-.S for
livory, M 1ft perfuuiei and so on, and
only gr.s io . but you go-is, yon get
giimpst at Lim and b-giu crying, "Heed
blin orT, bead him off I lie a .mx1 ca'uh I
daughter ! A dudo, a da te, a dude and a
dudtue fLsugnter Do you know What
a dude 1st I ran tell you to you wuot for
gov it. lita youve wasra up w a tittle
white pimpie on yonr facot ft shows that
the blood It out ef order. A dude la
bump on the fare of the body politic and
snows luat tee oioci oi toeietr is in a bad
condition. And the rtuJine is that bump
sqneexed. Bometning to be squeeaed, yoa
Sow. bere t another boy; be works for
to a month, lie sweeps out the store, you
know, sometimes. Ue wears joana clothes
and a wool hat. Be hoards around here at
tbo cheapest place he could find only
id a month. At tht end of three years bis
salary is f 10U a month. Then at the end rrf
the seventh year he it a junior partner,
and then 1 bear a rumor that he't built a
oultAge out on the fct tide. Then happy
s tbe bird that rind tbat cage. But tne
town girls have snubbed him and he goes
out in the eouotrr just slaty miles aud
marries plain. Mary Brown. They are a
bieaaing to turn church, of Uod and an honor
to the oountry.
Oirlt. you watch your father's words and
eyes about the persons who oome to tee
you. O, yea, you can elope. You can
elote tod lag race and bell. Now. don't turn
up your uoses. you fantastic young ladies
tiara mora i ue aevii Das got a mortgage
on that very nose of your's to-day. ;ive
me a young lady who hne consocrated her
beauty to Uod Let every speriiia of that
brown or hlaok eye of yours be a refl-nf
tne wish to do all you can for good. I en n't
hardly see bw a woman oan bo pious who
oan't Ret her daughter to bed at night or
gat them up In the morn ng. Aoo'her
thing, young lathes, be careful about your
heath. You say: "Look how whisky and
tobsceo Is ruluing our yonoir men." Yea.
and I'll find you three siesly women where
you'll show me one of those c-tly men.
If my rietightnr dido'l have enough goods
to make a dress thai would cover her all
over, I'd have her out tt off at the bottom,
not at the lop. "Down tn front" has been
tueery or society fur a long time. Uod
didn't Intend you to go bare about your
necka and shoulders or he would have
piaoed hair or feathers there. You tay
I'm vulgar. Well, one of the mottrutu-ar i
tigbta I have seen la In the ball room, and
tt consists of jnst this style of dross. What's
the matter with moat women i Lack of
health. IS he mined it, you know, before
she was eighteen. I never saw a great
work of art or statuary where the form
was disfigured by the contrlrsncet of so
ciety. A girl with the bol right In the
middle of her shoes aud she la a wasp in
form and disposition. Why, a dog has four
feet and ho couldn't walk on au h suoea
without Injury to himself. Remember
your disposition Is nrioh the reeult of rliut
your health ia. iWmmnber about vour
dreas. It's an abo ute disgrace for any
woman to go out in society partly clothed.
Lei me commeud to you as a friend the
Lord Jesus Christ, who has done more for
you than aiiy one else. Be hue elevated
you in the eye of the worid by His teach
ing and toe urlncinlee of Hia aoanal. Un
hat not only msde you man's equal, but hit
superior In goodness and the butter quali
ties. If you can piny on tbe coukstove sa
well as the piano your mot nor wrn't have
lo enove you (T t get you married. I
commend to you, girls, tho gospel. I com
mend to you, boys, the gospel. It is better
in time and eternity than any thing the
world offera you down her Let me com
mend to you that which will maue vou uon.
He, honorable and tr io. Let me enmmeud
me iroru urtus unntT ho will make you
ii uie uo i r of in everiastuig uie in
Be careful, yating ladies, about your com
pany. You cau'l be ton earefut- Young
lartios have toast) to tin, f roe t hurt) since I
have been preaching who wanted me to
pray for their brothers. How many of you
have beeu frequently unkind lo your
brother when you oeiht to boe been kind!
Let me say, tht bof a ar Subjected, lo a
thousand touipitlons svuJ what they aed
ana the chririnsof borne Ufa. There's no
granlar element in aay y than the love
fur his sister. And tne noy who is unkind
to mother and tlstsw Is onu or whom there
ta very little hone). And again tsnys, let me
say tbit: He truthful and honest, and be
oarefui about yo.f rotapeuf. ioys, If you
go with tfc.y who do wrong you will bt)
flntug wrong yufimeif in a littia t m
ftoya, you can'l be to obedient to mot tier.
Yoa by whe have ! n ttatoiHug swd
clapping around horo. I want you to stand
up if anv of you lav navoff told your
(Nobody arose and the evange..et pro
etedtkl to pitch Into tht boys
tfpon this tJbjei Mr. Jones tKk ror h a
teiu fit. J dim, 21 uhspier. lo.h ers',
"Kvory man at thebfginuii.g dtusot forib
gotd wine, and wnen men luvo Weil drunk,
then that which Is w rae; but Tuou hast
kept the good wine until ii.iw." Ho sll:
There are t wo tjutufooa which natur.il'y
oome up ketivttt a every employe nnd hi
employer. I'm flrt question Is, 'Whut d:
yon want mo to dof T -e next q.iosiion is,
"What wU '0'i pn?ri'(" Do you fenon
there it au lmporrant verse In wlm-h every
niua Is m aarvsiiit. at ml iia av m.islep un.l i
tht fetfful sttnsa in whien par day ts com-.
Ing. Whose sorvautt art) vou I Jesus say
luat ao man nan avrro iwo masieis. ue i aerot trie rivi'i auu at ttifse nlaet"i
saidi "Ha that It not wus me s agslusi t thu linl.:ui, were ttt.ili'.neii, to kill
mo." He aud: "lie lhat gat hernia not ! them in t' water with speaii, out ol
with me senile oth abroad H Look here, j Ul,;r c ulovllt fcl the hike. Uen
my frieml . are you g.tud enough io go to th(u foiniectinif lbee fu. ea wiite
ix "No, i sn. ur i,,,rtiH siae f t,ia
thina 4 am." ), facte g -o1y, good v tel. ft'e "t lea-rt forty unlet ol country,
lows. Tnev are aogoot they are good for eatUir.y niitl w.-slerly. pri-pai-ett to f.,.
nothing. They art l.tco ihe mugwumps to ! f,'Cli:t ;llt ",r tbt wag
poiiiica. Ir you wan i ' for the ehureh, I " tueir periutlieat miu'ratiun. It wn't
here it tt. Il you wnui hl- for tho bill ; uielaiieiioly lu eoiiteiiplate tlie iiirun
soam you'i) get it. Weil, this worU is the j lie yut tei-bie efioi l iI a w hob.- priuti
only oue your kind will live lav lire Hal ott, iu their tiiAu-.y to tiiuriilo.
Well, whoso servant are you I Hsve you ! uliistt ou-e fotakvn ami "uiuv to
heard Uod say, "Come unin ilil" "Tea " Cixy. '.an, untM have Invn lumlieU
Have you obeyed tf "No." Hve yon of iU ruii iu-liaiw. and that not mauv
yoavV:,0;; 1 n - r ,,!v
kind of work doti the dev.! want me to 4. I , 'ut V- --Attiofa JuisnwA,
Work that mikes my faibnr, niotiier, w fe J 1
and frieu.is think less of niuf An J ihtsr-a
many a erou here he has be.-n kce.n.g
buty at thai aor ef wo We i, whut .1
ha nay me for lit 1 01.00 turned lu aa old
siunar au l asked that qie-tion, ..ml asked
. .1 r .M waia.iiieii.1,11 1. . o
tu uMiiuiui Mia'iii') jan ui woi M. tie
turned pale und red by turn, but h didn't
answor. Ui told me the next day that tie)
devil had given bun godless children auu
an iuhVxibto tiift-occkl will which it
would be mipoB.iu ej to change for good.
TtiL're't many a mau in Kunsus Citr wuc
woi ks for tho dovil, ge's iioih.tm nnd bojrdt
hime f- No, I'll take that bunt. Many a umu
allows his wife to pay lls beard. Many a
boy will tpml hit money Ui lotiriog around
; town t!UOii4g cigarette und drinking bud
A vuifubond it a vugauoud whether bis
f ut her is rich or poor. There's uo duuht
auoul tha We're ruislug a lotofva
bond miii vagauondossut ull over the ocuu
trv. Laughter. J
You show iua a disreputable man l't
show you a servant of the uovtL J il U iv I
you hundm.ts of tua'aue 'S wher.t yo i serve
tho davit and don' I got a uanL f ir a lyo.ir
servue to the divil it ausery and death
and damnation forever. 'lueu isn't it
Strange that bvo wul serve Dhtdovli my
minute, hour and day of their uvtt.
till I'JU tvw v tUao to JvL
for jov. or poe, or long sufTarlagl More
than that tbM treat bis servant. welL H
glres them p:entT to eat and drink and lire
on, and lie rewards them with a gold
crof n lvmiif'r
When 1 etepoed across the Una of ae
nmintMb'hty. when 1 was fourteen years at
eve, the devil tortk me Into a perfect palace.
Tuere were curtains of la-e, carpets of
p;nh end beautiful pictures adoraiug tk
wail. 1 took possessiou. 1 went out one
da and when I nrtoen frv.vi d cf.air
oreae wns trona. Another day and the
vota of eontenttnent vraagne. Another day
ami a wnrtow wss gnce; and the room was
perceptibly darkened. Aoother day a dooi
wss goun And 1 stayed in thai paiaoe aa
ti) it was tho most crttufinis uud cneer
iess pslate in the world. I ,efi tlone night
to vis't the death bed of ay father, and
there I promised uerer to enter that palace
Hut there was another who staid ta thai
bO'.ise until tho lust vnado? was taken nut;
until tho tan door was taken, and oarly on
moritiiitr trie walls or that iuecot.'rtexl,
oamecliser tojfo hir and crushed out his
life. What a pi dure of human lUel
I think that If there are grades of socrtls
In hetU the lutteatt griule will be that of ib
men sent there for profanity. 1 tbaught II
was r-ry niee tne ttrat tirlbk ui wttiakr,
htit I drank unfit J beeame disgas'ed wilt
it and erery ihing else. Uoi's piaa is le
g re the wore, firs , and the longer yov
live in hm serrloe the teller it gte. The
devil d -n't do tbe He givea bivoted no
tions about a thousand tbi'iga, he elevates)
your faise notii.an and" then d
grades you. I know the first pup Goal
gave me made me q""k It was tbe
cup of cuuvteUon. 1 want to aay
another thing ritrBt ftlawi; titer. A asa
will never be wht hi ot-bt to be ni'li he
gets one square nan e ut aitnseif, If you'll
show mn a man wt o la ronru-ted to that
depths of his soul 1 will how you a man
who will reform with all his soul. Burto e
man will be a pow r in the ehurch and the
community. A man rarce to my room tue
other night and std. "r Jones, neret
slept a wink last "'.pf. I am eooonoernesl
about mvself." ul, I aia't ooncermsd
attout tost kind. I am eouoerned about the
kind who oome forward Utto tbey were ae
eommudaiiDg the Lord. 1 like the con
victed to get oorV'Ctd in tbit style. 1
like thorn to uliuust runt over thee.
selvoa gettii.g to the mrrey tat.
You can got out aud wblstie and shout tt
yon can be tabard lbr?e blocks before;
you'll ivsil five minute for another cable
car. But when this grand excuraloa trete
of Ood Aim ghty lo'tiee aiorg you sneak
up to it like y u were steaitag a march ea
Moavon. Af er the cup of conviction are
toe cups of klnrindeo and brotherly lovs
and so on, it g?t better and deeper aud
higher and gr.uuiar every year. And
wnen I look to the f turo and think thai
after a while I shall lo lifted above the
earth's environment, stove ft sins and
troutdrs, h nk "a b.itsnever Uod wants
me to do, l it do."
If I bad o ly one request to make ta you
I would say: "Come, tot's all make a b.a
stria sgab st the devil." Home of von
say, "I don'l want to go to the front.
1 don't wnnt to make a publio demonstra
tion." Well, I came to the conclusion
many years ago that I would rather do thai
than go to hell. Now, box's that. I may
oe lancing io men nuv whose Aual uav da
Is close at hand.
Owinv to the heavv lea uo mai
Nantuoatot, Mass., for two weeks.
How Indiana H tiled Deer.
The Co-Vukuii Indians of Alaska
kill the moose in large ntitnliera while
swimming across the Yukon river dur
ing their periodical migrationa, "mau
euverluc u round in their bireh-bark
0:1 noes until the animal la fatigued,
a ml then stealthily approach aud stab
it In the heart or loins." Another and!
more .iiirminns mode of captnriug deer
adopted by these Indians is thus do
seriiMul by Air. Whyuiper iu his
"Trnvelt In Alaska": "A kind of
corral or Inclnsure, elliptical in form,
and open at one end, ia made on a
deer-trail, (fenerally near the outlet of
a wood. The further end of tbe Inclosed,
space Is barricaded; the sides art bo lit
of stakes. with slip-noose or loops b
taemi them. Herds of deer are
driven tn frotn the woods, and. trying
to break from the trap, geoeralhr run
their heads into the nooaet, tighten
them, anil 10 pot caught, or are shot
while still bewUdcied and running
from side to side. Near the opening it
Is common to erect piles of suow with
'portholes' t.irougb which natives, hid
den, shoot at the pftssini; deer.'
We will notice lastly the "deer
fe tier" of the once numerous and
powerful, but now e iti nut. Boot bio
nntlon, the aboriginal Inhabitants of
Newfoundland. They are thus de
scribed by Mr. Harvey in a recent in
teresting book on Newfoundland;
"The deer-fence woro made by fulling
Ihe tret-a along tho rMe of the river a
bank without chopping; the trunka
qnito asunder, taking care that tho
fell parallel with tho river, each ttea
having been guided so as to coincide)
with and fall ujton the last. Gr.pa
gera filled up by driving In 1 takes. j
ititcnveavin the brunches and .imbs o
othov trees. They were ral.vd to tbe
lisyht of six or seven asthe place
rt 'iuired, and were net to be forced or
ieapfd by the lareat deer." It fa in.
torsj-fting: to nonce that portion of
these deer-fencet still remain tn some
part of the interior of Newfoundland,
principally, however, in those lying to
tho northweit, the uual headquarters
of the iieolliM. The intrepid (Jot-mark,
when traveling in Newfoundland, saw
thoe whieli lie on the bank of the rit-r
fcxploiu, and In the narrative of Itia
r xiK'.iitiOu lie thus refers to them:
"What ai ruits tho attention nitist while
gliding down the stream Ts. the eTrent
of tlo; In. linn fence to eiitnip dr.
J he extend from fhu bike JM.rnward
continuously 011 the bunks of tbe river
at imfi um ty utuoa. ittere are oneu.
i'HIs l-tt here and there In tberu, for
the animals to tbiuuh anti sw.m
Stiltieu ll tt
fl it ll.i- 'n h:
L:ity ( u no h.i
bill Wo HI e all
ivtiir.ttii ptt'tty boiifc
i jn-,1 moved r.i) Vea,
oiitusiou, am) it doe
t:ik n lonj; 1 a,,, t jr,.t tbiujrs
i- . r.-! u ion; tune. L.
Vea I hope wu II be all ttWd Ueforu
you tall aiiin. uai'ua Ovhisa
Anoibor War I'louJ.
T)i,re,i snino; io ,, Wfir Ju K uro lie.'
mill Mr. Mieker -.is he looktat op from
Ins newspaper. ' lucre's ;t war etoud
hovering ti f tliu eontiiton., '
"Mr. Meeker, n;itd b'' Nitu aieyuu
goin t -t thut coal?'
if y tn wi-h il.''
'Very well; I was Jit-. t tfoitt to u
Ci'st if yon wasn't j ou nn-,'..t lelepiiouu
down to the nea.p.ip"r oilli-e io n;tvo
a W:n-eoi roipniuU iit here - a lint to
I run any cba;:tvt .f li.n iui: arbKI
tueount of tbo utUir. - Mt.ruKtxt
Tbe luau who pilebes penuies throng
kit momy away if Uo lw.U;