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sound uniuv g.So that is the' joy that sa~kesi !:... lujahl uieem~ Stujiii. \li, why do ,o a\l\:int to !ave puar' throu:ghi Our I~ n*J I '. (ltiijt' \''.1.4, if we had. . '2 ' t' th I t . ! . ,' '' war 111, w ." I rullik·l 111111111 11;1\',i~ alr ý I I··I.. 41111' ýv I I 'II' tlellce* CL.1,0111 1 \ , I:. , Ii-* I,,, i tetive 1 11 o I(' acid 111 1' co mIe tu "1 i ,1' ; ! 1'11 Lord ('I11", tJ,! uI ,: . I thlr liud I~~~rtJ ~ Je'- ; ·12~.I lI k Bt ill t:,I I o o11 e tr:"11 r",i1:', \'A . 1 . 1L',:t. i u' t is ;1 t .,.1 a t olth( Th r \ tIl.; a! 1l armt l .)I2a ," ' , Im: ; :1 1. brat ltn1. 1 ... ter have 1 , 1 ,1 H uSl , iý 'I. i V ii IV. .!uhe? l ti.;, wild L. savtdifi hurjt . 1(1 'i i : :l A I I. maci ill . .2 : IIII,- .1 ° i: t Wa' i III the rlat p(, I ' .;~i ;&ilI foIver_ wilht Whe cmull ! tIOs tk t IPcl-'I' saved if Christ 11:111 '1 tstio ll il'.r~ tel We 4t' " il thn .ail_ rh 'is wil II the r l t - i I ..,it:nll fe r rght And \ k-1he toot 01: fit-'dell. An iuistead of L"lts :'iil .rtti:g a kniotty sCourge 4":itli 4\-1."1 to \V Il L ~ji fnº tagonist. lour tn1.iuv\. yoii had better hetL up on the radiant inount where Christ suthered fo'P li,i enemiies. and just take ali olave branzcli, niot strip ping ott the osft. cool, ragrant leaves, bui leavingr tneiil all , it, and then trTy on then) that go~.pt I switeht. It won t hurt tbena. and it will save you. Peace with God. peaeo with man. If you cannot take those two doctrines you are no Christian. BIMi be the tie chat binds - Our bearts le Otrimtln love; TN,~ fedtowuhlr of kindred minds Is like to Lhii t aboa From mrrorw to and paie. And in w shall bt free; And perfect love and fri.md.hip ruIs Through i aetu.dty. Butenv text roes further. It says: Go up into tl o mountain and fetch olive branche. and pine branches. Now what is suggested by the pine branches? To.e pine tree is healthy; it is aomatic; i is evergreen.' How often the physicianl says to his invalid pa tients; "'Go land have a breath of the pines! That will invigorate you." Why do such thousands of people go south every year? It is not merely to --t to a warmer climate, but to get to e influence of the pine. There is health in it, and this pine branch of the text suggests the healthfulness of our holy religion; it is full of health. health 'for all, health for the mind, health for the soul. DIMED DAILY WITH THE KINO. I knew an aged man, who had no capital of physical health. He had had all the diseases you could imagine' he did not eat enough to keep a child alivt; he lived on a beverage of hosan ma. He lived high, for he dined every day with the king. He was kept alive simply by the force of our holy re lion. It is a healthy religion; heathy for the eye, healthy for the hand, healthy for the feet. healthy for the heart, healthy for the liver, healthy for the spleen, healthy for the whole man. It gives a man such peace, such quietness, such independence of cir aemstances, such holy equipoise. Oh that we all possessed it, that we poe amssed it now. I mean that it is heal]thv if a man gets enough of it. Now, there are some people who get just enough religion to bother them, just enough resligion to make them sick; but if a man take a full, deep, round inhala tion of these pine branches of the gos pel arbor, he will find it buoyant, ex uberant. undying, immortal health. But this pine branch of my text also saggests the simple fact that it is an evergreen. What does this pine branch earfor the snowon its brow? Itis only a crown of glory. The winter cannot freeze it out. This evergreen tree branch is as beautiful in winter as it is in the sb nmer. And that is the "characteristic of our holy religion; in the sharpest, coldest winter of mis fortune and disaster, it is as good a re ligion as it is in the bright summer eunshine. Well, now that is a prac tical truth. For if I should go up and down these aisles, I would not find in this house fifty people who had had n.o trouble. But there are some of you who have especial trouble. God only .nows what you go through #vith. Oh, how many bereavements, how many povcrties, how many per scutionsl How many misrepre. mentations! And now, my brother, you have tried everything else, why don't you try this evergreen religion t It is just as good for you now as it was in the days of your prosperity; it is better for you. Perhaps some of you feel almost like Muckle Backie, the fisherman, who was chided one da because he kept on working, althougb that very day he buried his chid. They came to hm and said: "It is in -deant for you to be mending that boat when this afternoon you buried Tour child." And the fisherman look d up and said: "Sir, it is very eeay Sor you gentlefolks to stay In the beuse with your handkerchiefs to your e in grief; but, sir, ought I to let he other five children starve because Sof them is drowned No, sir, we aen work, we maun work, though ur hearts beat like this hammer." IRLIGOIO CA UHLP YOU. tou may have had accumulation of ~.ow and misfortune. They come l cks, they come in herds upon soul; ndyet I have to tell you this religion can console you, it can help you, ut It can aeUver U Iif nothing elle wi Do you tell that the riches and the gain of this awn console you BHow wes it th man who had such a fond money that when he wu sick a bin of old pieces to be to hima, sd e .pu hL ty tdown an the gold p d rollng od these we dth. l. Lr and of tkbtiýgý: tore whlen we shi:iI bho more than con querorsl 1i:ul \\ie not bette begin the rehearsal (lii ·i I "I Wicy shall hun ger no more. ilk 11_r this\.t tny more; 'Wcithecr sha~ll I.. -.u li;,lit oii them,1 tIor aav liii! 1,,1 Ili Laitb \\'h iii t in the I' I it1-t tilt, i.i III shaII l . fe Ithc aid 11 ~ I'"l I ~lt'I t Ii i'' i l toi ltaii , \ , i t . : i I o i I !. ·'. *I I t " " l~i~· o.·l~ ;(1. '.1.. \Vl cuti I i II \ : 1:;\\\ t't;!I''I \\ V.n Justicet io lly 1 ilovit t ot o I I . .V,.l oItl . ,t ' l \t , I'.l.. 'tl.c"-. arIe th e hiO~lt blranchesI1' of thliCk tpue'C. I re* niewiwlnr \ ha~it Mlr. F·'innvc~ said in a 1H.Oo" hlOUM ill this sttdc. Th1e vilbige wasIM so bd it wa; alle S;ICC~odorn, anld it la~ said to ave only o, e gtood man in all the village, and he was called Lot; and Mr. Finnevy, preaching, de scribed the destruction of Sodom, and the preacher declared that God would rain destruction upon his hear ers unless they, too, repented. And the people in the school house sat and ground their teeth in anger, and clinched their fists in indigna tion; but before he was through with his sermon they got down on their knees and cried for mercy while mercy could be found. Oh, it is a mighty Gospel; not only an invita tion, but a warning; an omnipotent truth, stout branches of thick trees. Well my friends, I have shown you here is the olive branch of peace, here is the pine branch of evergreen gos pel consolation, here the palm tree branch of usefulness and victory, and here are the stout branches of thick trees. The gospel arbor is done. The air is aromatic of heaven. The leaves rustle with the gladnes of God. Come into the arbor. I went out at different times with a fowler to the mountains to catch pigeons; and we made our booth, and we sat in that booth, and watched for the pigeons to come. And we found flocks in the sky, and after a while they dropped into the net and we were successful. So I come now to the door of this gospel booth and I look out, 1 see flocks of souls llving hither and flying thither. Oh, that they might come like clouds and as doves to the window. 'Come into the booth. Come into the bootn. BANKERS Prepard Wdan bnnrlst, Greet.I ElNK Ptolt. I Black. Only :>5 cents p-r Pint or ONE twL LAR per *.Illon Meut iubject to your applroval. &tweact:ium mUrteed or an Cbarge GUIGNON INK CO~ 8O6 Cook Avenue. 1411 1l,0 MR LIFE RENEWER! a nd OlI d POit?? (7U ih u.uuF.S. tm to ci il ires il ' 5 o so rA MhONT OSI e ma ihe mltmath coaea etherr tie o thbingr o.. Ij~iese memee *i b plot et Did' ° III: ood rravs ! N . A hN A aeelee I s te ead 76r_ er orlta. b a..a" p abl w sbo. A low tSON ks is town o6d el ? J u/OI & O , 1000 main N. 3.-Pigeg state? ad bodesl emo rhtnr. IMayreg mid abouat naee. mte stm o3fir. aadrw cc, ·kr ýIlo al b's G~lrO l~lB.1.hLh Os.l~ KI POWDER Absolutely Pure It , ,h , '1 11 , 1 N Y, , ' Ili-r I; , , ,.i *+, i .h • i N '. k Louisiana State bilter' Com!lany. Incorploratet ly i , Lgiºiallure for Elucatnioni anu Chalritable. puiro...es., and its f-an ulie nmade a pal of Ille pIreenlt 1tait (onst tutioun in 1879, by an overwhellllln popular vote. Its MAMMOTH ItAW IN(;M take place Semi-Annumlly, June and Ihlelmber. and izt GRANI) MINGLE NUMBHER DRAW INiN take place in each of the other ten months of the year. and ae all drawn to ublic, at the Academyj of Music, New Or FLNED FOR TWENTY YEAlI For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prom.pt Payment of Prizes, Attestr as Follows: "We do hereby eertify that we supervise the ar. rageapmet for all the Meathly and emi.-Annual Drawing. of the Louisalua tate Lottery Company, and in plerson mange and control the drawlns themselve, and that th e are senadcted with honesty Ihraess, ad I. peed faith toward all par. ties, and we athorlae the Company to use this sertilhet, with fe-limille of our signatures at tached Ln its advertiements." t.ommsasteners, We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prises drawn in The Louisana State Lotteries which may be presented al our couters. R.M.WALMhLEY, Pres Louuimtaa Nat. Bank. PIERRE LANAI'X, Prs, gtate Nat. Bank A. BALDWI., Pres. New Orleans Nat. 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I farout S i I I.se fir!ua asf to l~aiti it r fi r l a f e I y t kr i'd and lisi polcly fairly and freely detailec Bly Mall, Postage Paid. On0 siii Thr~e Year. Month,. )It'iu~iI DAILY ........ 8(0k00 i DAI.YadSUDAY.I00 1 .u 2.50 6IC\n)AY ........... 206 1.00 .60 WEEKLY........... 1.00 .60 .26 Send Postal Wote, Mooe Order or Regis Med Letter. Address LZWIIL BAKEIh 2i. Pau, aaMO comem FOUR NEW STATES. South )ahkota. horth ISakhutaMoatanla Washington. " On February 22, It9, the I'resideot signed the hill cresting bouthb Dakota, hoth Dakota, Moo tana and Wasbhinlon states of the Union. SoCTH DAtKOTA.-lht great Piairie State, to which theht..Paul, Minneapolis, & Manitoba Railway has three main lines, leaching Ellendale, Aberdeen, Huron, Watertown, and stous ralls Goto South Dakota via the It. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway sad pass through it.Paul and Minneapolis en route. NoatH DAKOTa.-Where is grown the No. 1 Hard Icotch FiPf Wheat; whose h.althful climate nurtures the most rigorousand brainy civilisation on earth; where single countlies raise a ore whes, oats and barley than entire states: the soil of whose fertile prairies is richer thai the valley of the Nile; where the Turtle Mouln sin. Minot and Devil's Lakedand districts invite te thome isiker tesecure a free home. Magrideent daily train service, to-Fargo, Grand Forks. ,rafton, Pevil's Laks, Botinesu, and all other important point.. MONTANA, THi. ;,Lr.D..-Tremsura in her mines ot prseionmetals; wealth in her 4.. ~ o.It h adf live stock; producing a larger jield of eropethan any other state or territory: the richest country ier inhabitant on earth: where prosperity is universal; which has the test paid labor in the world; a balmy winter climate, caused by warms winds from the Pacific. The $t Paul, Minnealo lis & Manitoba lailway is theenly railroad pass ing through a continu us agricultural country from Minno.aplls to the Rocky Mountains. It runslhruuoh the Great Reservation ol It.lltu.0Ot acres of land.freetos settlers, in the M:Ik River Valley. Wood. water. and coal in abundance; no Irrigation requiredn the only line passing through tirest 1.lls, with itSu.0t,(l0A hore-power catar act.; immense coal vels.. and surroulnding farm. ing country of tree land; :through Hlekns, thecaphal city and commercial centre of Mon ana. and butte,.the richest mabiag camp on earth, to San Prancise l by the Columbia River Valley, Pertlandtend hast.astoute, sor Ogden, I'tsh, to Califrrn!a points. Remember this is the only line running dining cars, sleeping cars and free colonist sleeper' of its own from bt. Paul and Minneapolis to Great Falls, Helena and Butte. It is also theshortest line to Butte WAsatlpooN.-Thecountry of tall timber, in dented by Puget Sound, the Mediterranean of the Paclic. Deo lot foaget that theet.Paul Mlnneap olls & Manitoba Hallway is the only line which oders a choice of three routes to the Pacific coast. The Manitoba-Pacific route is the only line by which passengers en oute for Taeoma, Portland and eae Franelseoeeadta through Port Town send an( d ittle. Free colonl-t sleepers ran through without cbange or delay. Distance to the Pacic coast is aine as by otiler line, but prices of tickets are Ave and ten dollar leas. Take the Ueattteroute For further Information, maps, rates and publi alions in regard to the resources of the four new states, write or apply to F. I WHITIrIY, Ges'l Pass. and Tkt. Agent et. P., M, & M y. yI. i. Paul, Minn. 13 WEKS. The 2OLICE GAZETTE will bi malled securely wrapped to any ad* dress in the United States for three months on receipt of ONK DOLLAR. 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