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Tlili KAOK ?03l GOLD.
DR. TALMAQE FINC53 MANY LE850N5
IN AARON'tt GOLDEN CALF.
TH FWrtilHu!, i(anj-i but (or n Shaft
Tlmi, Vut .XUIIIotej Ilovu Cuaffered glnco
nni! atllUuii Ar 8x.iTU't',ijr ' by
Their 'Still 'lYnwUlp )T Uu!,
SROOKLYS', Sx'a. 1". Ttm i.tiujjct of dU
coiiu.c rjhosen by Hex'. Pr. Tfllnings for his
first scj umii .ifter 1 iii national election vras
one vecitliarlf dppiop.-i.ito to tho wou.-y
iiiakins bplrir. of the tliuc.i. It xvas "The
Uuhlru C'ulf,'' the ie.v! H'lcctcd being Kjco
iM'i sxsli, '.'0, "Anil lie took the calf which
thty had made and burn: It in tlm lire, mid
(round it tn pix.dsr mid Viewed it upon
the xvater nnd inudu thb children of Israel
drink of it ''
People will lin" a pod of ome kind, nnd
they piefer one of tlieir own making. Here
come t he Israelites, iiiT.iklnu oil" their
poldeti inrrihus, the nmi at well as the wo
men, foi 111 tlioM-. limes tiieie xxcie niii-cti-llncnx
1 'I as fc'iilnincdecor.'itlor.r.. YVIieru
did they Mt lliev- hpaiitiful Kohl canines,
ooniliu tip n thiy did fron. the desert?
Oil, tliey "Uuioxxed" them from the Kxp
J inns when tliey lefr litfyp: 'i'he.-t cu"
t'iv; are piled up into a pyramid of t;l i c -Until;
lianl.". "Any morn earrings to
hriiij. " .ny Aaron. None, l'ire Is kin
dled, the earrings are melted iiiulpotire!
into a mold, not of ait eayl-' or a wm?
charter, I'lit of a c.ilf. the (joM cooli off,
the mold is Ink u away, mid tli. idui is n-t
upon its lour lcjfs.
, An a'tnr i- hin'i i: fnu,-, of the t-hiiiitit;
calf. Tl.'t. li c peojile tlnowtip their arm.',
nnd Kyinte aim slirie'i nnd iliuio.5 niiejliti.-'
end m rt-liip Mo-e". Inn been m. wee' i
tin Mount r'iitki. tin 1 lie come luck aril
hears tiie howl, up; an : sees the dimcinc; of
these Koldeti call fun:tl:i i. til. I lie lc-es h'
jialiel.ee alii lie lakes the two Dimes ol
Mune oil v.li.i ' were written the Ti n Co"i
iiiamlii.eiits and (lii,H tlien: sn lien! iiain'-t
a rock Ih. tool split ail to piece. Vli"ii
n mini d s mad lie is very apt to breu'e a.,
the 'I'en ( 'oP'iiiiii.iiinciil!-.
Moses ru-liis in. and lie takes this r;t!
knd and ti.roxvx it into a lint Hie unii! ii j,
melted el' out of shape, and then puh erh'.cs
It not by tlie modern appliance of nitro
iiurinUc acid, hut by the ancient applian.e
'of niter, or by the old fa-hioiii d 111c. llu
makes for the people n nio't liauseatini;
dint'l. lie takis this pulverized golden
calf and throw it, in tins onlv biook which
is a i -.lih', nnd the people fire compelb d
to di ii. k fl t lint brook or not drink at all.
,Iut Incy mil not drink all the litterim;
htulf tliiowu on tlie sitilaee. Some of it
(lnwu .;,,iv it,,, surf!,,... f tl.o t..,r,L- i
to the river, and then ihnx.s on down tlm
liver to tie sea, and tbu sea takes it,
up and bear- it tn tliu moiitli of all
'the rivers, and wh.u the tides set back
tlie ri'iiiaiiis of tli.s uolden calf me car
li il nil into the Hudson, anil the Kaj-t
river, and the Thames, and tlie Cljde, and
ne i ibor, and men go out and t hoy skim
the littenue; surface, and they brine; it '
ushore, anil tliey make aiioiheriiIden calf,
and Lahfoinia and Australia break oil j
i heir golden earrings id aUKiucnt t he pile, i
nnd in the 11 res of ilnaui.ial excitement and j
hirusle all the-e things are melted to
,et.iei'. and xxlule xxu stand looking and
woii'ieiin; x'.hat will conie ot it, lo! xe
li mi thai t he Kuiden tall ol l.siaelitisli xvor- i
s i"i ii.is liniiiie the gulden calf of Ktl
lupe Ml anil .Xii.'ericaii XVursliip.
till Miilil.i; llllll.AIIIV. '
I hail de.-ei ilie to Juii I lie f.'iiil siol;eu of '
jii ' ' le.'.t. Ids temple, hi- altar of sacri- 1
Lei , i he inu-.ie t lial i- niaile in hi- temple,
utiil then the liliai 1,1 eukhiK "I1 of the
whoa cii'i.u'ic.viii ion of idolaleib. I
I'ut ,''' tai.s I'm laui. and )ousieilie
.Mi'i.ii :ii., mo ! in idol.tr It is not I
s di i
i- iiioS, nuuh) out .if stocks ur
i a. i il has an ear mi sensit ix e that
la .il I he xvhlspei's uti Wall blieet
i.l street aud isUilu i.treel, and 1
.t.illiiju the hunk of Ihitiland. aiM
This duller of a h'ri iii'liman's heart, on
i he lit a. .e. It haanc.' si) ki en that P
can i 1 1 i riij-t on Ihelaini of .Micliiu'in. '
w iieni. and tlic inseit. iii tlm Jlarvland
j.Lai i i,. -hard, and the tramiilcd gniin j
u'mii the hoof of the Kussinn war ;
Ills o mitihly that it six iiis any way it
Will lin w ol lu'.s shipping. Itlias it-, loot,
on a. I the mereli.iuliueii and tin -te.inicis. j
It starlcd tlie Aim rican civ.i war an I uii- I
der God stopped it. and it decided tlie j
Tiirho-Ktis.-Uui conies' One broker in '
t-enteiiibi r. lso!. in Neiv York, shouted. '
"Out huiiilKil ami sixty lorn million!'
find tho wnol.' continent, bhixered. Tins
olutn nit ol t ne texi bus its riijlit front
loo, in New Vol k, its left fiout lo:t in Cin
ca'', il.- rilil back lool in Charleston, its
jietl. back foul iu Xew ( )i h an-, and w hen
it Si . i;eb itself il, sliaUi- t lie world. Oh,
tl';s i- a uii(lity od il' lioi a calf of thu !
xvor .i xx orsliip. I
liut every yud musl h ixe. its temple, j
find this t;oldi:'i calf id' I he texu is no ex- .
K ejt ion. Its '.duple is va-ler than St. ,
P.iul's ot tlm Jhijji-h, and M. Peter's ot
the Italian-, a, id liiu Alliiimlir." of the ,
japuuiuids, and the Paiilunou ot the
C!ietks, and tho Taj .Maluii of the llin- 1
c'oos, am! ail tin other latliedra!- put to
yethei. Its pillai-aie yii.ox cd and liuted ,
Mith jjold, and it. ribbed niches aro hover- .
'ins H ild, and lis cliaiidelU'i'.- aiu descend '
inu gold, and lis lloors are tsjsellatedgold,
and i; - vaults aie cioxvded heapi of Kold,
aiidnshputsi.il'! dome, are soariiij; Kld,
and its ori;an pipes aie resounding gold,
all' I i's pedals are tramping jjolil, and its
n jiiuled ol I are Hashing fco!d, xviiii"
s'.ii.oii.'; at i he head of the temple, as the
jui s d, ii.: deiix, aie the hoofs and shoul-1-t.is
mid eves and cms and i.oslrils of tho
cult of g'llll.
llil. (libLl.H' OF AVAIilCI..
I' mther, every e"d uir.st haxa not only
its temple, but its altr.r of sacrilice, and
itiib Kolden call of the le.'.t is no excRptl'ju,
'Its altar is not mnd-i oni o: stone, as other
altars, but out of '.'mutins; room ieik- and
rii-jyro -t'o., mid .I, i- a broud, a long, a
high ait nr. Til's vi tims saoriliid on it are
innumwiao'e. Whai iioe.4 ims gol cam
aliout the gro ins an 1 iiriiaKi'sf ot tne vic
tims bffoiu il ! ilii cold, niLlrtllic eye it
link- on and yt. leis lliein sillier. O'.
heaven and earth, wliul, xu altur! Wlwi
h sa v Cue of body, mii.rt and soul! I'ae
p, ysi.s.1 l.tjl 'i of n nival miiltitilde .j
rti.n on lhi .saoidiciil .ilt.ir. They eati
io sins, , iii'l they taliu chloral and mor
phine ui'l inv)ii"i'.t.
.So'im 4 llieiu Nliuaule in .1 iiiuhtuiari!
of st-jj.t, and a; one o'clock lit the moi'iiuu;
sudd'ily lis" up Hhuittin, "A tliousand
sl.. en jf I ' 'o..d stock o in liuudini and
due and a h-iU. '-uY. ''.'' until the X7hol.i
fniiiily a!! i ih'.eu, ami 'u speculators
tult k"xe '.m 1 1 fir 4)tlnxv 'imi 4 i e,j until
Ujfj ur t aw ,..'.t.''l ly.un li a ";oiiiei ' i.
a siiridir. ' .)" ;n something el-r. 'I'ludr
nr Kiii, tujir digeitioii kiiu, tlivii
brniii uoiic'i'tiKy 'lit, Thu oleriyniii
rntue, ill si.'i reudu the fuuirnl srvlr,
"Ili'ss'-d tin 'Ini dffirt xxho die In .'is
Lord." Mistake. I'lmy tlid not "d!o iu fJn
I,or3 'the olde.i calt uioitod Uieinl
'i'iit ttouble in w fcsn msn saimicut thuiu-
'selves on tub altar bUKested lti toe text
they not only fierlf.co themselves, liut
tlirr sariCfle their lAinillea. If ft men by
an ill counts in determined to to perdi
tion, 1 itUjmo you will havo to ltt hliu k!
hot lie jui' h'.a wifn nad children In an etjui
pn(o i.xt Is t! mnA.euieiit of the avenue,
.idJ fcHo d.-ive.' lA?h tlm lior-ien tntotwn
whlrjirliii'ia. md tlm spjkes llunli in the
sun, mUt'iio uoiden hendgrur of tlie har
nisii Klcumf, until liln.ck Calamity takes
the bits of the holies nnd fctops them, and
slioutu to tho luxurious occupants of the
ciiuipuiro, "Get out I" 'J'liey pot out. Tliey
Set io7ii. That hiiMmml and father lltinn
hih f.ni;ly co hard they never j;ot upagain.
'j'liere mik tlie mark on them lor life tho
mark of a hphc hoof tho death dealing
hoof of tho golden calf.
Solmnoii offered in one sactitice, on one
occasion, twenty-two thousand oxen and
one hundred mid twenty thousand hheep;
but that was a tamo sacrifice compared
witli tlio multitude of men who nro .laeri
fieiiie themselves on this altar of tho gold
en calf, ami sacriilciiiK their families with
them. Thu soldiers of General Havelock
in India walked literally ariklu de?p in the
blood of tlm "Iioush of mus.-.Here," whom
two hundred women and children had
liei-ii slain 1)V the Senoys; but tho blood
around about this altar of tlie golden calf
IIowh up to the knee, ilows to the girdle,
ilow.) to the shoulder, Hows to the lip.
Gieattiodof heaven and earth, havo mi rcy!
The gohh'U calf bus none.
HKAI1T I l'.lt.lnl N !"! l.OI P.
.Still the dej!r.uJiux worship u'oes on, Mid
tho dBVotees kneel and ki-s tho dust, and
omit tlieir goldfti beads, and cross theni
iclveswith ilie blood of their own wicri
llce. Tlie mimic rollson under the arclie.s;
il is made ol clinking silver mid clinkinej
j-olil mid the laltlniK specie of tho banks
and brokers' shops and the oices of all
the exehaiiKe i. The soprano of the wor
ship is carried by tli.' tiuiiil oice-of men
who have jus', be'.'U" to speculate, while
the deep bnsi rolls out fion: tho-e who lor
leu jems of initUity have In en doubly
damin il. Chorus of voices rejoicing oxer
what they luixe made. Chorus of voices
wailing over what tliey linxe lo.-t.
Tlie temple of which 1 speak stands open
dnv and ninht. and there is the clitteril.
(-oil w ith his lour feet on broken li. nit-,
and there is tlie siiii'kim.' altar ot amllce.
new victims every momeiitoti it, and tiieie
me tin- kiiei'liim'devolies, anil tlie do.vol-oj-'V
of the wor-liip lolls on, xvliilo death
ft.'itnls with moldy and -keleton aim beat
inn time lor the choius "ilou-1 moii'l
Some peoiile are very much surprised at
the actions of folk on the Stock exchaii.
Indeed it K a scene sometimes that paia
Jyzes description, and isbeonil the im.'icji
. . . i ; . . i ,if niiv one who lias never looked in.
Wlmt siiatiniiitr ol lniner aim uiuiiio
wild tieslimlal ion. anil raving nxeiias,
titnl staiiipm;; like builidoes, anil sxiayitiK
to and fro. mid running one upon anot In r,
and deafeninit upmar until the luesiileiit
of tlie exchange strikis xxitb his mullet
lour or five limes, eryinp, "Order! onler!"
And tlie lutoui-lied spectator c;oes out into
II,,. fie-h air feellliK that he has e-capi il
friiin paniliimoniiini. What lims it all
mean? I will tell ou what it means. The
devotee- of every ln-atiieli temple cut them
selves to pices and yell and gyrate. Tills
voeiferaliou and u'J latiou of the Stock ex
change is all appropilate. This is the xvor
ihip of the golden call.
1'1.1,'HK u.'.cv MfST l'i:i:i-u.
But mytext susKc-ls that thi-xvor-hip
lilllst be biokell Ui, lis the behavior of
Jlo-es in my text indicated. There are
llio-i) who say that this jiolden calf spoken
of in my text was hollow, and merely
plated Willi Kold; otherxvise, tliey say.
.Mo-es could not liave lurried it. I do not
know that, but somehow, perhaps by the
ns-istancu of liis trjends, he takes up this
golden call, xxhich is an insult to God and
man, and throws it into tlie iiie, and it is
melted, and then it conns out and is cooled
oil, and by some cheniitai appliance, or hi
mi old fashioned file, it. is pulveri.ed, and
it is iliroxxn into the biook, and (is a puu-i-huient
the people are compelled lo drink
the naitscntiiij; stulT.
So, my liearers. jo i may depend upon it
tli.it (iodwill hum ami iievxiil finp.i to
piece-the golden ca'f of modern idolatry ,
and ho xxill compi I tin- people Jn their
uKouy to drink it. If not bolore. it will lie
soon tlie la-i day. 1 knoxv not xxiiere the
lire x-.ill beiiiii, xvlie'. ner ai the Unitary
or Central park, xxlielher at, ISroonlxn
briilKo or at liuslixvick. xvhether at Shore
ditch, London or Wesi Kml. but it xviil be
a x cry hot blae. All the jroxernnitut se
curities of the t'nitnl States mid Great
Uri'.ain xxiil curl up in the lirst blast. All
tlie money, bafc.i and depo-itme; vaulit
xvill melt, under Iiie. ilr.-f touch. Tiiesef.
xxill burn like tinder, at.d the shipping
xxill be abandone' foievr. Tin melted
(ioln in tlie broker't, xvin low will buisi
through Mi.' melted xxind'-x' 'a-s ai.il
into tl: i street, bur the lljinij populatioii
x ill not slop lo si oop il up.
The cry of "l'ire!" tiom the mountain
xxill be misxxcrcd b the cry of "l-'iie,'' ju
the plain. Tlm oi.llaKiation will bum
out from the continent Imx'ard thes-r, an 1
tliuti burn in liom these.i toxvaid tin. land.
Ni x- York and London xx ith one cut, of Hie
red scythe of diirufiiou xxill doxvu
T,venty-live ihousand mih s of i onllawra
lion! 'i'lieeaitii xxill wiaji itself i omul and
round iu shtoilil of lhuim und lleonivutu
perish. What ther. will become of yo'ir
I'oldeu calf? AVInthen so poor as to v. or
shi;ii'? Meltid or betx'eeu tho upper and
the net her niilhtotie of falling inountaiiiM
j;rrmnd to poxxder. D.ikou doxxn. Moloch
(loxvti. dtiiivl.i'iiaut down. Girden calf
(IU'S .triXiMKKr.s A1IE KICK.
liut, my f i lends, every day is u day of
jniliii.ient, and (.oil is all the timo Kiiiid
i;i lo liiet e the golden cdt, .Merciiauts
of Urook'yu and New York r.nd Loi.don
xvlmt u tun ciidrncteriiiic oi mis timo in
vxhicli we llxu? "Il'id," you say. Profes
sita.ul men, xx hat is t;ie i h.ii.icteri.-tio of
tho limes iuxrhirhxxe live" 'Had," you
I say. Though 1 should b-In a ii.iniuity of
one, I vent uie I'.m opiinMi that these r.n
tlie be.-t times xve have liad, lor tlm reason
I thai, God is tracUiliu the world as never
before that old laliioud hi.nei.ty is the
I only tlilnv; that xvill .-laud. Wn liav.
1 Named its never heforu that Joineries xvill
; not pay: that the spending of fifty thou
j i.tid lioliars on country scuts nnd a pake
I l ie I city lesidenie, when there are. only
thirty thousand dollars income, xxill not
puy, that uie appropriation oi trust itiuds
lo our oxvn prvaie i.ptvub'rhin xvill not
Vn had a yreat iintioiial tumor in the
!npe of fictitious prmpcrit v. V u called
it naiinial unlargerneut. Instead of call
inv It cnl.uv;euie!it vn mlyht bitter haye
c.ilhid it a sxxeililC It Iiim bttn a titinur
und God is mittiutt it out- lias cut it otit-
imd the imtiMi xvill ','et xvull and xvill come
Iwek to the priiiLiplM of our U liemaad
1. 1 1'l.iif stheis, xx hm wUac llune nude kix
hi.leud of sixty, and xxumu the appleu at
tee hatioui of tlm larrl were just as aood
nil tiiu fp;!; on llii top ot tho burn:!, and
a kiln undid rind Xi'os not. hjilf cotton, mid
n uin xtho xvote a live .l.v'lar coat uaid foi
tai mt ix hnuoied thuu a niau xvho wom u
tlfty dollur coat not paid fvr.
Hie tjiui.ii i.wii or our nay, iu:c too olio
of tlie text, l very upt to bo nie.de out cf
jjoriowcd Kohl. These Isiaclitts of tlie
text borroxved the earrint's of the Egyp
tians and then nieltid llieni into u Rod.
That Is the way thu uolden calf is made
iiowhiIhjh, A Kteat liiniiy housekeepers,
not pajltiK for the attlelos lliej'Ket.borroxv
of thu niocer, and tho baker, und thebtiUh
er, and the dry j;oods seller. Then the re
tailer bonoxvs of the xvholesido dealer.
Then tho wholesale dealer borrows of the
capitalist, nnd xvu borinxr and liorroxv and
boiroxv until tlm community is divided
Into txx-o classes -those xvho liorroxv and
those xvho are horroxxed of and after
awhile, tlm capitalist xxatits his money
and he rushes upon the xvholesale dealer,
and tho wholesale dealer xvants his money
und ho rushes upon the rcta'j-, and the
letaller xvants his money and' he rushes
upon the consumer, aud xve all go down to
There Is ninny u man in this day xx ho
rides in a cariinui; and oxxes the black
smith fur tlie tire, and the xx heehvrinht
lor thn xvhiel, mid the trimmer for the
ttrtain, and (he di Iver for unpaid waites,
and the harness maker for the bridle, and
the furrier for the lobe, xvliilc from the
tip of tiie cirri 'life tongue clear back to
the tip ol' the shaw 1 flillteritui out. ot the
back oi' the vehh l- eveiylhiiiK Is paid for
by n lies that have been three times le
l.e'xe.l. Ii i- mis t fin ni .t i ion to borrow and bur
n xv ..ml borrow lliai keeps the people
eveikisiiiiidy praying to the golden calf
fur help, und just at the minute they ex
pect the help the j;0(lL.i. ealf trcadii on
them. The judgments of God, liko Mo-e3
in the text, xvill rush iu and break up this
xxor-liip: nnd I say, let l he xvork jjo on un
til every man shall learn to speak truth
xxirh Ids neighbor, and tho-y who make
elii;aeineiit-"sh.ill feel lhemi Ives bound
to keep them, and when a man who xxill
not rvpeiit if his biNne-n iniquity, but
lioes on xvi'hiin: to satiate his cannibal ap
petite l;j di vouniiK xx idoxxs' houses, .shall
by the hi xv of the Iain! lie compelled to ex
i har.tfe his u.au-iou for Siug Suit;. Let the
Koldeii calf u'rish!
LAY ft' TliKAsrilK IX lti:AVI V.
Hut, my fiiendu, if xve have made this
v. in hi our f.oil, xxheii xxe come to diu xve
xxill seeour idol demolished, lloxvinuch
of thi-woild aieyoil i;oing to take xx ith
xou into tlie next? Will you have two
put ket. oiie iu inch side of your shroud?
Will xi. ii iii-'iiioii xour coflin xvith bonds
anil uiuriKauis mnl eel t illcates of stocky
Ah, no! The fei rybo.ir. t hat cro es this
.Ionian take.- no bag-jaw nothing! heavier
tin. u a spin;. You may pel haps lake, fixe
hiiniiti.l dollars with xou two or three
nine-, in the slnipa of luneral trapping-,
to Gici .ixxouil, but j on xvill have to leave
l heui I heix. It xxollid nut be safe lor oil
to lie dnxx n therewith a Kohl xvatch or il
niarr.i.i.'l rinj;; it xvouldl eii temptation to
t lie p!il.ti:e.s.
All, my lrieiul-, if xve have made this
world our (rod, when xve dio xxe xvill seo
our idol mound to pieces by our pilloxv,
and xve xx ill haxe tn drink it in biuer rc
Krets for the xx aslul opportiinitiesof a life-
tune, boon xv o xxill be untie. Ob, till-Is a
fieetinir xvorhl; it is a dyim; xxorhl! A man
xxlio had worshiped it, all his days, in his
IxiliK nionient described lums.xif when lie
said, "Fool! foul! fool!"
1 xvanl votl to eliaiiKe temples, and to
kIx'h up tho xvoisliip ol tlii- un-ati-fyiiii;
and cruel -od lor the service of the Lord
desiis Christ, lien: is the gold that xvill
never crumble. Here aie securitiesth.it
xxill never fail. Here are banks that xvill
nexer bleak, lleio is an altar on which
there has been otm sacrilice once for all.
Here is a God xvho w ill comfort you xx lien
j ou are iu trouble, and soothe you xx lien
you are sick, and save ou xx lien yon die.
When your parents hax lit eat lied their
laid, and the old, xx'rinkled and Ircmhlim;
hands can no more be put upon your head
lor a blessing, he xx il! be to 50U lather aud
mot her both, (jiving you the defense of the
one and th:; comfoii of tlieolher, and xvheti
your children no axvay from you, thu six t -l
ilurlini;s, you will not kis tliein (-nod hi
forevei. lie only xxaul- to hold them for
you a little xvhiie. lie xx ill jive tin 111 back
to xou imam, n.id he xvill luiv.' ihem ail
xxuitins lor you at tlie jatcs 01 eternal xvcl-
Oh, xvhat a Goil he i.-l lie xvill nlloxv
you to come so clo e tuis inornin that you
can put jour arms arnuu.l his neck, xxhiif
e 111 response will put his anils around
xour neck, and all the window's of hciveu
xx ill be hoi-ted to let I he redeemed luf. A
out and see t he spei lade of a reiniciiu; 1..
ther and 1 etui mil piodi.'.al Iocl;ed iiiKlori
ous enibriue. Quit xvor-liipitii' the golden
ill', and boxv this day befoi-; him iu who-t
pre-enie xve mu-t all appear when the
xvorhl has turned I o a-bes anil t he scorched
paicliiueiit of the sky shall be rdlcd to
tiethcr like an lustoiio scioil.
"'llliei eutt.Ml- in tuixs.
The danger o." milk from tuberculous
cows ineieasi . xx ith the hot xveather, and
thern is no way 1 f spreading this di-eusc so
generally iu a city iu summer timo a
through tlie t dii-u nijil ion of milk from
einacinK-d and di-ea-ed cows, 'So other
iinimal is e.ipalile of beariti,; thu di-ease so
long w it bout exhibiting evidences of it as
the duimis.ticateii bovine, and for this rea
son it is difficult to a-certaiu thu source of
tuberculosis in many cases. The normal
teinpi'iutu:'- of thu enxv is over ltr) degs,,
anil lids liigli teinperaluro makes it possi
ble foi her to t inline the pioces-es xvilhotit
siifrenng to mi;, gieat extent. It is rarely
that the human temperature rises much
above t Ids during tho stase of active ttibur
ciilixatioii. Dairymen therefore often s'0 tlieir coxvd
performing tlieir functions properly, and
jet tuberculosis is present xx ithout t heir
knowledge. The disease is only ascertained
by them xxlien the animal is sick and
groix.s 1 bin. and yields small quantities of
milk. The fact, is. xvheu tuberculosis de
velops so far as lo make the coxv emaciated
there is no danger liom tho milk, tor it is
entirely di led up and none is given, The
danger is l iom the animals xx hen they are
111 uupsiiut Mind liealth. lankee l.lade.
A l'lelty lluliy Oiillt.
Tn make a piett y quilt tor baby doubl
txvoxaidsot cheese eloin, lia-ling H Inx'er
"if wool between. Tuinintlie edges and
imi 11 them together xx ith line stitches. Tack
In squares or dimnund-xxitli anv color of
xxorsied, as iu a coiufoitable, and button
hole stitch lite edges all around with
zephyr ol a lontra-iing -hade, l.'m white
pink or pale, blue cheese clot h. Kxchuuge.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
XVhm Biby r-aa sick, ire caio her Castorla.
When flie was a Child, she cried for Oa?torh,
When tho became iln, vhe clung to Ciu'torii,
7hea she had Child ren, chu gave thom CfxstoriA
LESSON VIII, FOURTH QUARTER, IN
TERNATIONAL EEMir., NOV. 20.
Text of tlio I.rnstin, Actn xlll, 80-43.
Memory Verce, n.S Ooliten Tntt, Arln
xtli, 3(1 Coiunuintnry liy Mm Ilev. 1).
W. Paul nnd Uartiabm on their first
missionary journey havliii; arrived at An
tloeh in Pisldia are found in thu syna
KOKtiu on tho Sabbath day, find bclne; in
vited to apeak Paul begins at lliu uxikIiih
i.f Israel from Kgypt, and brielly levlexvs
the nation's history up to David, and then
passes at once to the seed promised to
David, even Jesus, tho Saviour of Israel;
mentioning John the Uaplist and his
preachliiK as the herald of Jcsur. Onr
lesson opens by his saylnj? that this salva
tion is specially for Israel.
27. He then testifies that the rulers nt
Jerusalem, not hellevlns tho prophets,
iijlliotij-h lead in the synatjoKUo every
Sabbath day, had done just, as f he proph
ets had foretold, and condemned tlieir de-
livetcr to death. i?ee P.. xxii, isa.
Ilii, H, T, and compare Acts iv, 27, 2S.
lie co-.illrms the threefold t-dlmony
of Pilate that there win 110 fault in Jesus
(John wiil. nv: xix, i, Moknexv no sin,
lie did no sin, He wis O ,y, harniless, un
deliled and separato fioin sinners (II TrJT.
v, 21; I Pit. ii, 22; lleli. vii, CO). Kven
Judas teslilled that lie xvas an innocent
man (Math, xxvii, 4).
20. All thiims are know n to God from
the beinniriK (Acts xv, 1B), and the Holy
Spirit had written beforehand in the Old
Testament, cx-ery detail of tho sufrcriiif,'s,
death ami resurrection of Christ, all of
xvhieh xviw literally fullllled even to the
cn-stiti lots upon His vesture and His
heme; buried in the tomb of a rich man,
SO. "IJut, God raised I Ii 111 from tlmdead."
God has sworn to David roncerninc; Jjis
seed that He xvouhl establish the throne of
his kii'udoir. for ever (II Sam. vii, 12, IS).
Isaiah also had said that the Wonderful
Counselor should have His kingdom es
tablished upon the throne if David foi
cver (Isa. ix, 0, 7). IJut this implied an
immorti 1 num. a man because he xx'ould
be Daxai's seed, immortal because he
xvotild ivij.'ii forever.
HI. The xx itnesses tn His resunection
xvere very many, not less thnn 600, and He
xvas seen ten time- at least during a period
of forty day-, and xvas alxx-ayj speaking of
this kinjziiom, tlio kingdom to be restored
to Israel at, ids comiiw ap;ain iiiK'ory(I
Cor. xv, (i; Acts i, :t, (i, iii, 21).
ii'.'. "We declare unto you (jlnd tidings."
Tho Gosjiel is always glad tidings, xvhether
it be the Gospel of the grace of God or tho
Gospel of the -'lory of God (Acts xx, 2-);
1 Tim. i, 11, K. V.), nnd xxlien received it
invariably makes plad those xvho receive
it. It is a high honor to be privileged to
declare these tuliio, and yet this
honoris freely conferred upon every be
liever (Acts viii, 1, 4; llev. xxii, 17;.
!J'!. Tlie Xexx- Testament opens xvith tho
statement that it is about Jesus Christ,
the son of David tlie sou of Abraham, im
pl vini' th it all that xvas promised tn both
David and Abraham xxill be made good lo
and in Jesus Christ. All the promises of
God in Him are yea, and in Him amen (II
Cor. i, yil. 'i iie re.-iirieetion of Christ is
the. pledge of the fulfillment of every
','A. Having quoted I's, 11, as referring
to tho resurrect, on of t hrist, liu noxv
quotes Isa. lv, :t. as referring to the same
great eviit. If thos who innko wills
could live to see them executed there
xvouhl not bo so much breaking of wills,
but the 0110 xvho makes tho xvill must first
dte in order to make the xxill of force (Heb.
ix, (, IT). Jesus died, hut Jesus is alive
forevermore, bavin-; all poxver, and xxill
surely see to tlie full carrying out ot every
piovislou in Ids xvill (Kev. i, li).
;!". Yet. auother quotation does Paul
make in this sermon, and all to provo that
.Te-usxvas the one spoken of in the prophets
and iu tho IValms. This time the refer
ence is to Ps. :vi, 1(1. How much more
liko lliblij readings rather than llko the
ordinary sermons of today aro tho dis
courses of Petir mid Paul and Stephen.
Compare xvith this chapters ii and vii.
HO. David cmud not have written of hi.11
sclf in I'a. xvi, for his body saw corrup
tion, mid although some say that Jesus is
now 011 David s throne in heaven, they fail j
to tell us where it is written that David
ever had a throno in heaven, aud seem to
forget that it is written "David is not as
cended into the heavens" (Acts i, 31),
B7. "But He, whom God raised again,
saw no corruption." His life, xx-.as not
taken from ILm, but Ho laid it down of
II is oxvn wiurd and by ids oxvn power Hn
took it ngaiii (John x, IIs). This is our
Itedeemer, the Great Head of the church,
tho King of Israel and King of nations;
and to us xvho are iu Him will bo givo im
mortal, incorruptible bodies like His own
(I Cor. xv, fill; Phil, iii, jW.BK
!il In order to enjoy this redemption and
share His glory we mu-t first obtain tho
forgiveiie-s of sins. This is true of Jexv or
Gentile, individual or nation, bin is tho
great barrier helxveen man and God (Isa.
lix, U), but Jesus has stepped in between,
and the Loid hath laid ou IIlui the Iniquity
of us all (Isa. liii, (I).
80. Fully has Ho made atonement, and
freely does he, offer to every believer all the
benefits of that great redemption. Thu
luxv cannot save, but Christ is tho end of
the laxx for righteousness to every one that
believeth (Horn, viii, 3, s; x, I; iii, t!4). Jus
tified is more than forgiveness; it is such u
destroying of the record that xx-as against
us that there is nothing left of it (Col.
10, 41. These verses aro from Isa. xxlx,
10; Hah. i, 5. In connection with statements
to this effect that God la of purer eyes than
to behold'uvil and cannot look on iniquity,
and that hu sees (he heart.) of those xxho
draxv near with tlieir mouth und honor
him with their lips, xvhilo they have more
respect for men than for Him. A salvation
so fully provided and so fiecly ottered
must bo honestly leceivrd xvith true peni
tence und humility, or it xvouhl be better
for us never to have heard than to have
heard it and uiadu light of it or despised it.
4U The Gospel of tho graco of God
nixvayi iiiaku. pioplo want to hear mora of
it. it Is never old or unattractive. It is
God's oxvn good nexxs for the soul of man
mid finds a response in the heart. It makes
people forget tho Inclemency ol tho xveath
er and the xveariuess of the body nnd
brings them together to hear more.
15. "Loutlliuu iu the graceof GoU." This
Is a nummary of the udvieo of the apostles
to the new converts, and it is the best pos
sible advicj" for every believer. It sets
usldo all thoughts of our otvn goodness,
and keeps us humble and grateful at the
fret of Jesus. See Hum. iii, 'H v, '-; Eph.
ii, S, 1 Tlm, I, 14; I Cor. xv, 10.
There is still burning lu India u sacred
llru that was lighted by the l'arsees txvclv c
centuries ago. The fire is fed xvith sandal
aud other fragrant xvoods, aud is ruplen
lshed fire times a day.
Flrf, Importer Charley Is xvlintlculln
first rati! newspaper mail. He alxvays re- I
resents Initios just, as they aie. Second
ditto Hut, lie isn't good forunythliifjxvhen
it conies toieprcsenGni,' things as they are
nol . Hoston Transcript.
There was an old lady in Nexv lintfland
once xvho xvas xx'ont to say that she "never
lelt so happy as xx lien shu could sit right
rJoxvn iu all her mi-ery nnd enjoy it." This
ranie liiKuhrioiis old female, xvlien who xvas
(old that there xvas no such thlnif us cter
tint punishment, no literal hell, expressed
her disgust, saying she "had hoped for
better things. " Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
"Hoxv xvouhl you llko to bo thrashed as
I mil?" complained the wheat to tho corn.
"1 would a good deal rather be thrashed
than have my ears pulled," ansxvercd the
He Well, hoxx- aro you progrcaslut; in
your French? She All right till I at
tempt to think iu French; then I have to
ask somu one else what I mean. Hostoti
She lieallv. 1 don't understand xvhat
you can see iu 1110 to admire. He That's
xvhat everybody says. Funny, isn't IM
Diinii-lroxvne--I should like to feel that
when I die I leave the xxorhl better than I
found it. Jack-on My dear fclloix-, I am
quite sure the xvorhl xvill be belter when
jolt are gone. Judy.
Thpro is little more tantalizing to a mnn
than to go home xvith something in his
mind he wants to scold about and find
company there and bo obliged to act agiee
ably. Atchisun Globe.
"Whnt puzzles me," raid Mrs. Driggs,
"is hoxv these summer girls get engaged
1 so many times it there aro no young men
at. the resorts." Lile.
Tho man xvho lirst said that talk xvas
cheap never paid txvo dollais for attempt
ing to talk over Hie telephone lino from
London to Paris for tho spuco of three,
minutes. Utica Observer.
"What xvere, her father's closing re
marks?" "I could not hear them. I xvas
on the wrong side of tlio door." Hoston
Mr. Lurker Kxcuse me, Miss Snapper,
1 but I havo long sought this opportunity
! to Mini Snapper Never mind the pre
! amble. Mr. Lin ker. Ktin right in and ask
pa. lie's been expecting thi.i would come
for the last two years. Hoston Courier.
Sho (doubtingly) You say you are pe
culiar. What, piuy, is your peculiarity?
He-Mabel, I ant the only man in tho
xxorhl xvho ever loved you as much as 1 do.
A Chicago literary club recently debated
the question, "Was the inventor of tho
barbed xvire fence a barbarian?" It is safe
to say that everybody took sides and no
body got on the fence. St. Paul Globe.
Miss Prim (at tho short skirt theatrical
performance) Isn't it di-grnccful? Jack
lloxxser Dreadful! Do you know it re
minds me of last summer at the shore?
"My neighbor tied a knot in my hor-e's
tall, and 1 xvant ter bab de law ou him,"
said Si Jackson, a Texas conn, to Lawyer
Hand over five dollar'','' said thelaxx-yer.
Si did so cheerfully.
Having got the money, tlio lawyer said
calmly, putting it in his pocket:
"My advice to 5011, my colored friend, is
noxv to go and untie that knot in xour
horse's tail." Texas Sittings.
The l'litco fur IIlui.
Penelope Going into business?
Cholly Xo; father thinks I'm too much
Of an ass. I'm going into society. Life.
Univ Unity AVln Out.
Ub(1 to think that lurk xv nr. luck and nothln
el-o hut luck -It
made no dlft'reucr how or xihca or xvhere or
xx hy it ttriich;
Hut tev'Ml yesrs ago I chnngt my mind, an
That luck's a kind ur t cience Banie as any
It happened out in Deuver in tho spring of
Salty teched a humpback nn xrln out ten.
Salty xvuz a printer In the food olo Tribune
An natiiiul-like he fell Into tho good olo Trib
So ex'ery Sunday eventn ho xx-ould sit luto tho
Which in this cinxvil of thoroughbreds I think
1 need not name.
An there he'd sil until he rose, an xvhen ha
roso ho xvoro
Invariably less wealth about his person than
liut ouco thero came a powerful chaiifo; one
solium Sunday night
Occurred the tidle xxaxo thut put olo Salty out
He xvin 011 deuce an ace an jack ho win on
king an queen
Cllfl'Ilill alloxved the llks uv hoiT he win win-.
An hoxv he iloiie it xvuz revealed to all us fel
He Eaid be teched a humpback to xvin out ten.
There must be somcthin lu It, for hu never xvin
An xxlien ho told tho crowd about the hump
buck, hoxv thoy sxx ore!
For every tpoi t alloxvs It it a losln g&mo to
Agin tho science of a man xvhn's teched a
hump I'r luck;
An theio U no Uciijin lurk xvas coxxhero in it
f alty ttched a humpback an xvin out tea.
I'xe had queer dreiinu, an seen queer thlnes,
an alius trltil to do
The thing that link apparently Intcndfsl fr
Cats, fuucrihi, cilpples, beggars have I truatod
An charity subscriptions hax'o hltmepoxverful
Hut xx lull's the use ur talklu? 1 say an say
Voti'vu gut to tex.li a hiiuipbsck tu xx lu out tea!
So, though 1 us-cil lo think that luck xvur.
lucky, I'll allow
That luck, lor luck, agin a hump alu'tnoxvliero
iu II iiuxx l
An, tnough 1 can't explain tlio txhysau xxbere.
loi e. I lunliituin
5'hero must bo souu thlu In It vxhen the tip's so
stiaighl an plain,
I'ur 1 xvu. tlu ro an teen It, an got full with
islty teihid a Jiunij.burk an xxin out teu!
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