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v " THE MARION DAILY yimKQRMONDAY, XTPnmjMl2$ldi&?'l , PAGE SIX - ' tv l-'fi H i; U't 0 I ajA-iO) ' PJfetwpiiriM i'li-m ": iintiiQ00 PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pattor Brooklyn Tab, emacie. i i i i i i i .".QOO Portland, Me., Sept 11. Tho Inter national Dlble Students Convention la lu aeaslou hero with nn excellent at tendance nnd deep Interest mnnlfested. Pastor Hnssell of Brooklyn Tubernncle delivered two addresses todny, one be ing In Jefferson 'Xhentrc. Wo report one of tbeui from thu test foregoing: Three weeks ago today Christendom was startled by a communication which announced that tho Christian Alliance had lifted a collection of $00,-J 000 lu a few minutes $300 In cash, tuo balanco In promises. Then followed the startling announcement of Brother Blinpson, Its President, that tho col lection lifted would probably bo the fast nt Old Orchard, because the Camp Grounds' Directors had rented Its Au ditorium for three days for the use of our Association. lie declared that he disagrees with our theology- This, of course, wns a relied threat that thu Directors of the camp ground must break their Coutract with the Bible Students. This they promptly did, and we accepted back tho money paid hi advance, rather than go to I.nw. It is for this reason, dear friends, that wo are having our Convention "outside tho camp." We are glad that Its fence does not separate us from our great Redeemer and Teacher, the Joy of whose blessing I see In your faces. 8ecular editors wero astonished! They had been congratulating Chris tian people that the days of the rack, the thumb screw and the stako wero past and that from every quarter wero coming appeals for Christian Union which, It was hoped, might even ulti mately Includo till denominations of Catholics and Protestants, Yet hero they had to listen to the contrary a suggestion that Christian people in al liance wero so opposed to Illblo Stu dents that even a year would not be suClclent to purify tho nlr of Old Or chard and to permit them to meet hero next year to tako up another collection. It seemed funny, too, to these editors, tiiat anythlug could drlvo n Christian Alliance meeting away from n $00,000 collection! Explanations 8ure!y In Order. filnce Brother Simpson mny not care to tell tho whole truth about tho mat ter und sluee the Christian public Is Interested und ought to know tho facts, 1, must tell khem. The uuplcasaut duty, however, will not necessitate my say ing an unkind word concerning Mr. Simpson mid the Chrlstluu friends who are in alliance with him. There ure two reasons why Brother Simpson thought it doubtful If ho could come next year following our threo days of this year. (II Ho knew Instinctively that his collections would be smaller, hurdly worth comlug for, if thu people should begin to get tho eyes of their under standing more widely opened respect ing what really constitutes tho Gospel of Christ. (21 The $00,000 "raised" was not cash and a largo proportion of It never will bo. Some of It Is promised over and over again und telegraphed over nud over, us was the case with the young woman who In the spectacular manner offered her Jewels from time to tlmo and had It mentioned lu the papers. Such repetitions of charitable work uro considered entirely proper by many In connection with tellglous work In vari ous denominations, "for the good of tho cause." Subscriptions uro glteu publicly without hope of payment, to Influence others who are more sincere some of whom In the excitement give more than they can ufford. Chicago Stockyard Method. This same method Is Illustrated In the Chicago Stock Yards. A line, large, trained bull gallops out to meet the cattle designed for slaughter. He waltzes before them and becomes their leader. Following him In a grand rush for a narrow passage they crowd one another to the executioner, who knocks them senseless. A special placo Just large enough for himself Is prqvided for tho decoy bull, who, later, goes out to. lead on another herd for tho slaugh ter. Wo do not mean to say that those who give their money nro slaughtered or otherwise Injured. We bellevo that they are blessed that everyone Is blessed who sacrifices anything hearti ly unto tho Lord, or to what they sup. pose to bo his service, whether it Is or not It is the method of getting the money from tho people and tho decep tion practised which we deplore. How ever, the Alliance has plen$ of com pnnjr In this method In larger Chris tian, denominations. It Is pnrt of the "business" method of recent years. Borne who did not understand this "business method wondered where all the money apparently contributed to tho "Christian Alliance" work was pent,. An Investigation of Its llnanclal accounts wns made, which revealed J tie fact that they were chaotic, and iber "business" methods were ad vised. "The Darkness Hatoth tho LlnM." Some onn may Inquire why tho Christian Alliance should fear us and whether or not we have over done them harm. Wo reply, Never have we Injured thorn In the slightest degree, nor over even publicly mentioned their camo before. Their opposition to us Is. on tho Hues of general principles SfYASBBBBBL. -J" . i.-v, roatloned b tho dreat Teacher. "Tho iff 60 '"' ''' '","1 PULPIT... " "WHICH " IS THE TRUE GOSPEL?" "I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ" (Romans i, 16). o o O"'"" ' ...' 4j by tho llgnt" icpr.esimis t, i;. -work Is to proclaim the truo Gospel to luclto Christian peoplo to Btblo study -In tho light of tho Bible's own testimony nnd without sectarian spec tacles, which, in tho past, havo so dis torted tho Word of God nnd set It forth In false colors. As Christian peoplo come U boo tho grossness of the errors by which they have been blinded, tho light not only has n blessed and transforming effect upon their winds, but It influences their pocketbookq also. They no longer appreciate tho "business" meth ods of the Alliance nor tho brand of Gospel which it sots forth. Tho more God's peoplo coniu to a correct under standing of the teachings of his Word, the smaller will ho tho collections of tho Christian Alliance. That Is tho real secret of their opposition. I would that it wero true that they would nev er take up another collection nt Old Orchard! Tho heathen have already had too much of their Gospel of dam nation. God's name has already been slandered nnd blnsphomed enough by the false Gospel messngo that nlno hundred nud nlnety-nlno out of every thousand of humanity ever born ure to suffer eternal roasting because of fa ther Adam's sin and the Ignorance, stu pidity and meanness which havo re sulted. Let tho Truth Prevail. If tho Intelligent men connected with tho Alliance really bellevo tho horri ble nightmare of the Dark Ages which they are. proclaiming ns the Gospel of Christ, then, of course, they nro us disable for preaching it. It Is not for others to Judge of their honesty In this matter, but It Is for others to decide that they will no longer assist or co operate In the spread of such horrible travesties upon tho Dlvlno character no longer assist financially or otherwise In binding upon tho poor heathen nt home nnd abroad Increased Ignorance nnd superstition. Everybody knows that the word Cos pel signifies "good tidings." And every body ought to know that, ns Christian people, wo havo for centuries misused the word, applying It to the bad tid ings of great misery to all people, ex cept tho mere handful of tho elect. Wo dla this because It was bunded down to us by our forefathers. What Jesus said to the Jews has been truo of us as CbrlstlnuB, "Ye do make void tho Law of God through your traditions." Thank God that, as lu the natural world he is sending us now the electric light iusteaa or tno tallow caudle, so through Bible study he!is. concord ances, etc., his Word (the Lamp to his people's footsteps until the day dnwm, Is now shlulug brighter than ever be fore. Which Is the True Qoipol? Cnthollc nnd Protestant orthodoxy have set forth for centuries twp gen eral views of thu Gospel of Christ. To whatever extent vheyi now dtsugreo with theso they should publicly dis own und abandon them. Until then they uro besmirched with whatever odium uttaches. Tho Cnthollc Gospel (Good Tidings) Is that all tho heathen, all Catholics und ull Protestants, except a more handful, go to u Purgatory of nwful suffering, terrible nngult.li, lasting for decades, centuries and thousands of years, roasting, boiling, agonizing, nnd thus purging uwuy their sins utul drosi that they may ultimately attulu to heavenly bliss for tho remainder of eternity. If that Is good tidings it can be considered such only In contrast with something more horrible, It that be Imaginable. Our Protestant Gcepel. Our Protestant Gospel, of which wo aro so proud that wo wnut to thrust It upon Jews nud Catholics nud heath ens everywhere, wo should thoroughly understand, enjoy nnd appreciate be fore we wnste good time and money giving it to others. Hero It Is: Four centuries ngo our forefathers wero not Protestants but Catholics nud believed In Purgatory, etc., ns above. Then what wus known ns thu Itcformntlon Movement set In. Catholics, Jews mid Infidels will admit with Protestants that a grent blessing of enlightenment and civilization has come to thu world In tho train of thu Iteformntlon Move ment But none of us Is prepared to admit that the Iteformers wero per fect nor their work perfect. The Iteformers criticized the Cntho llc teachings which they had former ly believed. They examined their Bibles nud found nothing there to the effect thnt Mary was the mother of God. nor thnt we should pray to saints, nor thnt we should use pictures or Im ages In our worship, nor that their sncilflce of Christ lu the muss wns proper, nor that there was n Purga tory anywhere. The Iteformers threw out these things us unscrlpturnl. Thoy completely demolished Purgatory In their minds, declaring that It had nev er bet-n anything more" than Imagina tion, Then cimie another thought, viz: What must Mh du with the thousands of millions of mankind that we and our fathers fur centuries supposed were In Purgatory rousting, Htowlng, tortured, iut lioplug for henyen. They looked at one wiiother in consternation. They had hearts und sympathies nud felt that ufffr hiul devolved upon them to smash Purgutory, It must also de volve upon them to re-loente ull those thousuuds of millions whom they, had ou their hands. They felt thu weight pf the responsibility, ?u.Jd.tbejr ds- mh. v-w mywermv wvp- 4 'IsWfei.fN. I jl. 3bbbbBhJ .v a AfsaVfd; .tdl -trissHBBEPT' rlaV jatJ o bbmvSbbbbbW JbVsbbmbbbh uHat.kt isalnpSltsaVraBaVVBBaEvV BaBaVBaBasaB jIbbLbBW Vj m$ 'bttIMbbv wPPPByBjBBBBBF aBflLaHHamk Jr laaaaBKtaaHif aaaDaaaamL;x. tjr 10aBaaVSBaleawif aaaaaaaaVkt?9aa-4n- .JmT ' kBHaBHakBaWf aaaaBBaaaaVW'HMHKaaaBir iVbIbbbbbIbIbBbHiV Mrs Ida Von Clausen, tho stntue siiue woman who Ihih Jlluil n milt for $1,00(1.000 dumnurH iignliist former President ItnoxovelL noil othois, n lit whoso enforced iKmuiud for money with physical vlonco at tho United Htates MuiguKo & Ti list Company In Now York iWciitty lleforo visiting tin I'ompniiv "lllcoiH, Aim. Mrs. Von Clausen toleihoucil Heverul newspaper illlecs. stating thnt "somi-thliid will mine off shoitly" nnd to watch close. Iv She inul n claim of 'M iiguliiHt the I'oniimny thnt had been disputed When she arrived at tho oillces n corps of reporters was there whetting their pencils lu anticipation When round of od t fin t the.v xiimirti no put Into heaven? Surely not! Surely mil the Hitlutly few arc lit for heaven! They, ns well us ull, rtsognlzed thai fact. Then, with blank consternation, they determined that they uiusteiowd the entire mass Into u hell of eternal torture nnd shut the gates upon them forever nnd write upon the gates, "Who enters here abandons hope." Brother Calvin to the Rescue. Taking from practically all human ity nil future hope made tho Iteformers for I ho time heartsick. It would be nwful to do that for one person, but to thus "do" nil humanity seemed ter rible. And then to hu obliged to label that gospel "Good Tidings" must cer tainly havo been u trjlng expeilence for. tho Reformers. But Brother John Cnlvln helped them amazingly an I lock from them their burden.' Ho told tlicili that they should not worry, because It was ull God's fault nnd not theirs. Cud hud predestinated them to that nwful fu ture long before hu created num. Nrlw they should merely try to think or themselves ns the "elect" nnd try to forget ovcrybpdyrelKi;. Of course, It seemed horrible to charge, . nil these thlngH ngulnst tho God of ull Justice. Wisdom, Lovo und Power. But It wns tho only solution which occurred to them. John Calvin's theories were afterwards embodied In tho "West minster Confession of Fnlth."' And that confession of fnlth became thu foundation of nearly all Protestant creeds. Brother John Wesley nf tor ward objected, but admitted that only tho saintly went to heaven nnd every body else went to eternal torment His protest wns thnt, Instead of this beng by Divine foreordlnntlon und In tention, it wus. on thu contrary, Iw cnuso of Dlvlno unwisdom nnd Incom petency. "Good Tidings of Groat Joy." Surely no sano person can nny longer defend any of thu above "Gospels" ns tho true quo, of which St. Paul wus not ushanied! Surely St! Putil never preached nny of thoso Gospels, nor did nny of tho Apostlea-nor does tho Blblu support shell theories, except by the tunilug and twisting of language, nils translations of tho original and inlsln terpreUitlops of somo parables. The plulu statements of the. Scriptures nro nil directly to tho. opposite, Tho Blblo tenches that "tho wages of sin is death," not Purgutory nor eteruul torment. "The Soul that slu neth, It shall die." Adam, tho perfect, wus. pluced oil (rial for llfo eternal or death eternal. Ho sinned and tho sen tence ognliiBt him was, "Cursed Is tha earth for thy dake; thorns nd thstles ahull It bring forth vlntq thee. In tho .mt'Jtf tljyjftc haljJthoujaat,Vrea4 5SkLU. : j. iJC&:.Tnm ' BSjypo- , tho monev wiih refurcd, Mm, Von Claii.sen, walked over to tho desk nt Cndvoit 1 hewer first Vice-President nnd knot last him down. Second Vlco President Call . liasmus cmno to his assistance and. was. Also, promptly knocked down She mmld'li pass nt Tiensiirer Joseph Adams, which lie cleverly slde-slepped Sho WIIH final ly hemmed in und overpowered. Then she took her depaituro, nono of tho olllceiH cniliiK to cuuao her arrest .Shu siiyn sho ultl inpoat tho medlclno If hIio doesn't mt her $!00. uunr thou return unto itio grmmairom whence thou want taken" (Geuesls 111, 17-10;. St Paul declares the same: "By one man's disobedience sin enter ed Into the world; nud thus death passed upon ull men. because all aro sinners" (Itomtms v, 12). Lo&klng nbout us we find this truo. everybody who N uot dead Is dying. As (he Bible bays, wo nro living un der a lelgu of Sin nud Dcuth. Nothing that man can do can either erndlcnto hlu or lift us out of our dead nud dy ing condition. God nlouo cun help us! Ilo proposes to help us nnd tho mes sage respecting that help Is, in tho Scrjptures, called tho Gospel, Its .an nouncement by thu nngels oil thoitlght of Jesus' Lilt tti Is full, complete, sat isfactory, viz "Behold, wo bring you good tidings of gieut Joy which shall be unto ull people; for unto you is bOru this day lu tho City of David t Savior (llfo-Klwr) which la Christ tho Lord" (Luku II, 10). Ah, now we have tho Truthl Tho pennlty of sin Is death. And tho "good tidings" Is that God has provided for our nccqvery from jjIu nnd death." Tho Savior gnvo Ills llfo for tho coucellaj tlon of our sin. for the satisfaction of Justice, that In duo tlmo Adam nud nil his condeumul nnd Imperfect raco might bo released from tho condemna tion und bu llftvd out of the sin and death conditions which now prevail. That uplifting is Scrlpturnlly called tho resurrection of tho dead. Henco tho preaching of tho enrly Church wub, "Jesus mid. the Uestirrectloii"-tho Ite deemer and hli work. Still More Good Tidings. Tho good tidings for tho ruco in gen eral Is that tho Itedeemer in God's duo tlmo ulll lemme King pf kings und Lord of lords-the Messiah of glory, God's glorious Itepresentntlve. For u thousand, years tho regenerating work for Aduin'a rnco will progress (Mntthuw xlx. 28; Acta ill. 10-23). God's Chosen Peoplo, Isrnol, will bo tho earthly agents of tho heavenly nnd Invisible King of glory. By the close of tils reign (ho wholo earth will have beeii triumfornied Into tho Paradise of God. "lie will mtiko tho place of his feet glorious." And mankind will nil be perfect again, in God'a imago, l'liure will ho uo more sin, no moro slcl(nesH, no more, dying, because all tho things of gjn tihtl death will have pusscd awuy and he who sits upon the Throne wll have renewed nil things (Itevelatlon xxl, 5). All who, nftifi- coining (, fU knowledge of the Truth gf God's ove and gracious provision, still love sin nnd hate right eouniess, ,V )y cJt,str0yt,l u tho Sec ond Death. fo, yvhleh thore will bo no redemption, no fiuiirreetlon. no re covery; us St I'etor suys.' "Tuy shall perish like brut? beajit," ' ' ,' -v ABE HITS, Faithful Carrier Leaves Rhythms on His Rounds. A CORKER FOR A HAPPY PAIR Consolation Stanzas For Amanda Johnson, a Shattered Heart of Mloh-l-flan Butter For Verses Touching tha Birth of Little Moses 8tsbblna. By r, QUAD. (Copyright, 1910, by Associated Literary 1'reen.J A BI3," snld Farmer Beechcr as I stopped at his gnto tho other morning to hand him a letter, "you nro n buqi poetl" "Farmer Bcecher," said I in reply, "you nro an Infernal liar!" "If you nro nny sort of a poet why don't you get down and como in?" "What for?" "Becauso Unttlo nnd Jim Snow wero married by rapid transit yester day." "N-o-ol" "Sitre's guns! Como in and hear nbout it and then givo them an odo to start them off." I went In and met tho blushing brldo nud tho sheep faced groom,- and HONEST .m UATTli: IN THE GIlUKK. after telling them that they ought to bo sent to Jail for a year I sat down and dashed off tho following lament: FOB BltlDC AND GROOM. For two lone years the two had loved Jim Snow and Ilattle lleecher But sorrows came they could not Bend And fetch the Baptist preacher. Jim had the measles, nnd hln love The whooping cough It took her. Jim sprouted with tho chicken pox, And Battle's ague shook her. Then Jimmy art a haystack fell, And his right leg jvas busted, And Buttle tumbled In the creek Because a plank was busted. When Jim could limp upon that leg Be broko his arm a-mowlng. And later on his own true lovo Deemed In consumption going. But t'other day all things wero right No broken bonus to stop 'em: No falling down tho cellar stairs; No kicking cow to drop 'am. They telephoned tho preacher, nnd Tho preacher ho camo speeding, And twenty minutes later he Was pulling off a wedding. "It's n corker." said Jim when I hnd read It. "It can't be bent." suld nnttle. "Abe'H n poet und I'm n liar." added the father, and then we hnd somo old elder nnd sweet enko nnd wero linppy all urouud. A Poem of Sorrovv. I henrd that something sorrowful had happened nt Fnrmer Johuson's bo fore I got down there nnd was pre pared to oeo his wife nt the gate with her apron lit her eyes. Sho beckoned for me to come In, und when wc bad reuched the kitchen she told mo all about It nud usked for a poem. A poet would rutber write of Joys, but when sorrows come ho must pick up his pen Just tho same. I thereforo wrote: Amanda Johnson she did love lier love a nice young man Who bossed a sawmill far away In farorf Mlch-l-gan. Ilo sawed the pine and sawed the oak And sawed tho. basswood tree. And as ho sawed he thought of her And whistled mer-rMee. Threo times a week his letters came. Each lottor breathed of love; He called her duck and dear and kid; He called her his whlto dove. He wanted to wed tier. But couldn't do It till He'd sawed the pines of Mlch-l-gan And shut up that old mill. And so Amanda, truo as steel. Went west to be a bride And bring him Joy forevermore And linger by his side. But when sho got to Sag-l-naw, When mill was reached at last, Bhe met a sight to turn her brain And blot out all the past. Her lover In an absent hour Had backed against the saw, And It had ripped him Into boards And filled the air with awo. Amanda's home, but what a change! Bhe weeps from dawn till dark. Her future lire a troubled sea, Her life a shattered bark. "Abe, U'h beautiful-beautiful,' said the mother, "lhit I want to talk with you lu confidence. Such things never kill v youug girl, do they?'' "Not pkusaly, Mrs. Johnson-not sVnssly," "Aniundit w chirk up by and by?" "They always do chirk." "Because a widower proposed to uor Just before she went uway, anj she bad to turn him down. It may be that bo will propose again after a time." "Sure to, Mrs. Johnson." "They aro very persistent, I've herd,"r - ,. 'J$m ijfY.r it so." , . ..- AnncMTPn't 0.01111 nrrvc I jaajaaa aHaar HsiW' an alaa H ar aakatw "am rsaaw bbbbbbw Bal m a aj an a bbbj,: aauaaVn saw HARDWARE ysr j.ElUfLpirslO' ( i tf'AD tHE best 3y LDlsNA Lb fe i IF YOU USE THE RIGHT BUILDERS' HARDWARE WHEN YOU PUT UP A BARN OR BUILD A HOME IT WON'T HAVE TO BE "FIXED" EVERY WEEK IF YOU USE G00D,STRONG,DURABLE BUILDERS' HARDWARE CHEAP HARDWARE IS NOT CHEAP, BUT "HIGH." THE BEST HARDWARE IS NOT "HIGH" BUT CHEAP. WE SELL THE BEST. J" The Haberman Hardware Co. 105 North Main Street. The New Big Hardware Store. "And" after about 'a year, Abe?" "You can bet your bottom dollar, Mrs. Johnson!" "Bless you, Abe blest you!" Buttsr For Three Stanzas. I was ubout to drive past the house of Farmer Stebblns when I caught sight of him trying to dodge mo. I therefore got down nnd faced him nnd told him to tell me ull If he wanted to cscnpo broken bones. He blushed and stammered und dually owned up, nnd after I bad eaten u custurd pie nnd told htm nnd his good wlfo what I thought of their conduct I snt down nnd invented the following, nnd then went my way with u four pound roll of butter In my cart us n brtbo not to spread tho news: Old Farmer Stobb'lns Had four little nubbins. And now there's another to add; It's a kicking young boy, Who Is miuetillnK for Jo As ho looks In tho fnco of his dad. His hair It Is red. As I might havo saldt Ills nosn Is certainly pug. He's a megaphone voice To muku you rejoice. And lip's anything elio but a plug. Ilia name It Is Moies From his head to tils toeses. And a Joy to the house ho will be. . May he thrive and grow tall And outlive us all And bo a great poet like met The Real Winners of Lawsuits. Peter McKenzle. tho-Inst of tho old Iludsou hoy factors, had always a great hatred nnd fear of lawsuits. "1 dined with Mr. McKenzle In Mon treal not long ago." suld it mining en gineer of New York, "and he reiter ated his dread of lawsuits, driving homo his point with u story. "He said thnt n certain Smith won n enwn In the lower courts, thi' hli-h'" BBKaPBJPBWWWWBiaaaaaBrlaaaiaaBsMBaal it&oHPvJKuJaV LIbHb1bb7 k 'flHiknKj'tlasss - TLsntTrf bbbbbC L-Bvfi&fSS&F BBBBSBBBB elhBhBvSBvSBvSBVjB' BUICK Automobiles are the bestars in the World for the money. 1 Tlieir cost of up-keep isless than any car on the market and they are always ready for the road. WE HAVE A 5.PASSENGER MODEL F, LIKE OUT, WITH WINDSHIELD, TOP, SPEEDOMETER, and everything complete, all in good condition, and good as new, at only $650. Greatest bargain of the season for some body. Call a t the Garage or Telephone HOFSTETTER S HOYLES . McWILUAMS- COURT m FVikr rm.J -r rlU'iti. courts nnd tho supieino court. Smith was thus filially uwurded, ufter seven years of litigation. $.7X1.000, "When Smith heard thu glad news he sped to his lawyerx. "'Hurrah!' hu snld. 'Gimme my $500,000.' "Yes, $r.ni.(H)0 wns the nwnrd. anld the lawyer, anil nt the same time bo handed Smith it dollar hill. "But what's this for?' Smith gasped. "Thnt'H nil tlutt'H left, Mr. Smith,' explained the lawyer, 'after tho de duction of illy fee. the cost of tha various nppeulk Slud other expenses, which will be duly rendered you in an itemized uccutiut.' "Poor Smith studied the bill In bis hand. '"Say, what's tho matter with this?' he demanded, 'is It bad?'-" Minne apolis Journal. A Yorkshire Plaster. A friend on a visit to Yorkshire caught u chill and was confined to bed. Ills hostess thought to give her sick visitor a treat during his confine ment, so she baked a Yorkshire pud ding nud took It upstairs. "Just try that." she said. "It'll shift yer cowd." Then sho left him. Going up some time Inter, sho In quired. "Well, 'uve yu etteh It up?" "Htten It! Ktten It!" gasped her vis itor, "No; I'm weuiiu' It on tny cheat!" London Tlt-Blts. Why She Hesitated, ion should persuade your husband to stop Hinoklng," said one woman. "But," replied the other, "t depend ou the tobacco coupons lie gives me through tho year to get him a Christ mas presout." Washington Stur. : t i t W. riMHi&itkWHa batetb tho light;" "Alt things l? 'tWiare Reproved jirojmado manifest ' "J" lT?w'' ,( -7 pwfy Wff W ' , r j ilffll "'' W 'M-it ivt, ,-)., ., i.. . mil, Am , .iii.pn.ii.M- ?&i jajd a&jwMrtsVL .. ,.twa! ,: ; ' f i ' mmitt '.