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-K .... . s- r , v. -":v-'-U jfor J3rti. hook ! 6 fgt or lorj ;1.40 ws, wilt leal book tod jCsiMBTto thrM tabtenWi each on s yctr or lire rem to out) subscriber. "Ponder the Path . V; ... TOL. WORLD'S f RESSt .Kit. L 8. (UuKm, Koircr AM) rrCLHUIB PUBLIillbD EVURY THURSDAY UD80:tlPITI'.)1 obi tiai....... . 0,50 cent tlx U05THS.', 25 HT jrnuir nomas 15cit iJuraritUy ' A4vntt- 'Entered an nrrortd-cf's matter Xovember 23 I.W6 mt 'HieToHt-office at To . moua Mo., under iht Ae ro CongreM of March 3rd fi7 TIME TABLK; East Bouud '. 1 H-81. ' M N -J M-Mpu J.ocl Krclflh Ho 240. 9-15. A M West Bound: Xni 2; 5-2. A. M. -So. 4. -4-34.P.M 'tcl fre!gUt .K. !39 ll-3 A M, A Texas widow eloped with a man who is referred to as "the 'revered parent of ninteen child ren." Winn a widow will she will and therein no nso trying to cross hercr holdheria checlr. The Springflold Republican. The Chinese minister is plan ' ning some sweeping reforms in ' the nilver and copper currency of his coHintry. He's doing it. ioo. without, having invited any suggestions fotn Colonel Bryan which means of course that' he is" certain td make a bad mess of it. The Springfield Rppublican- :Bond Filled tl $7,500, Garland Moore, convicU'd of subbing to death His Sweetheart secures release from Jail. His sureties are wealthy, signers of 1 the young man's bond could easily quulify for a half million dollars. Moore departs for Kansas, convicted youth says r Hell go straight to Prison if ' liighcrCourtsdecideagainsthim rLord Barrmgtcn Doomed to Death. The plea for his life by his at-'-torneys to the United States Court was 'nj'.tlftwiaB. JSaffrreJ LuruTBarrington was sentenced to be hanged in St. Louis County for the murder of James. P. Mc; Cann a'weathly St. Loulsntim. V. POMON Homona May 27 HHV7. Rev. L. L. Whitehead Deputy Organizer for the Fraternal Bank ers of America met with several of Fo:.'.oua citizens May the 27th. and organized n Lodgo of that order, with n membership of 17 to be known as Pomona Council No. IS with the following officers. Mrs. L. L. Hunyon Pres. Mrs. A. P. Cottrcl Vice Pres. Mr. Frank Baine Sect. . Mrs. B P. 15. Broun Chaplain. Mr. O. Palmer Trean. Mr. Ijeslio-Davies Conductor. ' Mr. Stately Rice Warden. Mr. A?P. Cottrcl Serjeant. We have 2m .member holding iwlibks in that order but we or ganusefl on such short notice that they could not be notified. ' (One of the members.) Mrs; McEinley Dead. We understand that the nation al government was represent ed at the funeral-of "Mrs. McKin ley by th president and four members of his cabinet, Secre taries Cnrtclyou, Root, Garfield and Wilson, wf.s present at the interment, which took place Wed nesday," afternoon. Secretary Corteiyou had charge of the plans for the president's recep tion and entertainment at Canton. Mrs. Jda Saxon McKinloy, j widow of President William Me J Kinley, dWd at 1 rfC) ododc Sun-i day afternoon. She was smd had : been for the most part of thrw ' days prior to her demise uncon ' scious, and the end was peace ful. OuTirDmoot Will Adopt the Me If It Provei Practical In the . '' Eli 30 fillet. Slot machines will be used by the iKMtoffice department and the public will be enabled to drop a coujile of pennies into a slot and get jxwtage stamps if the expTi ment to be conducted by. the government proves successful. A numlrcr of slot machines will be tested. They are adapted to receive one and five cent pieces. If the plan is adopted the machines will be - placed id department stores drug stores hotel lobbies und other places convenient, for the public. . The machines must be purchas ed by the proprietors of the plac es of business, as the govern ment has no funds for the purpose. .Two one-cent stamps will have to be used on letters when ,y, secured from flvs machines." , -Clipped from The Springfield Republican. The Possibilities of Youth. .' What, an tinamlnM f ntiiro lioa beft?e iPhpP fiocir ill, just as the steps are guided. And oh, what a prayer of thank fulness should go up from every Mo Thursday Hay 30. inhabitant of a city, to have a place In its heart. :r.d lt tm where are sheltered Ihese human hearts, safe from the breath of ill guarded by loving. .hands, where the mind is strengthened to resist temptation and trained in the ways of virtue. ' Shall we not spare from our abundance, s iwrtion to render possible such a place and noble a work? Look, there is a bright-faced lad! Who knows what great fu ture is in s'ore for him! Poor, in deed, he may be but now he is rich in the wealth of tenderness show, erad upon him! If kindly treat ed who knows but he may some day bring forth the fruit of all this care in the pulpit or at the bar? There is another, with a shrewd, piercing eye! Ho may yet make Ins mark in one . of Uiose great marts of business with which! the vast metropolis kindly treated. is abrim. If Will be out Soon Ne f Dei'cni of EmlioMfd H'impf 8uuipfd Kovuli) mtil Ncwi p) i' Wrkpperi K.v.n nftoi. June 30 14H)7. the post office department will begin Jf"twe have no record of any the issue of stamped envelopes'01, Udren being born to and rewsnaper wrappers bearing embossed postage stamps of new design in four denomina tions, one, two, four and five cent. The form of these stamps will be an ellipse on end. The sub-j jects'inbas relief and the colors of their back grounds will be: One cent, Benjamin Franklin, green; two cents, George Wash ington, red; four cents, Benjamin Franklin, black; live cents, George Washington, blue. Within a border surrounding the subject in bus relief whT ap pear In white embossed capita) letters the words, "United States" and the d enomination 'one cent," " two cent," etc. the denomination willappear also in large numerals one, two, etc., one on each side of the subject. Springfield Daily Republican. Presumption. Tlie world as ' a whole has theorized and persumed thus so and so, and reasoned and sub stituted . this or to please the natural mind, till they have dim- jinished and appostkflfted from all .the true light of Uods word. f '.1 - 1.1 -A 111 ttven trie so caneu ministers wui presume on the Word of God and teach the people that Cain took his sister to wife. In order to tr. to confirm or substenciate a false doctrine and say, that God only had -one peo-ple-and that Adam and Eve was the first people or inhabitants of tlie earth, when God says, that there was two people. and long before Adam and Eve was form- J ed and plsced.ln the garden and keep the garden, and God forbid Adam, and Eve his wife one tree .in this garden. , . VA OV U U KJ1V WUJTU UU VUVUWWUWU. We repeat. tbaV Jong before Adam was fwradoutof the dust of the ground and Eve from one of the ribs of the man whom he had lormcd out of the dust, this only vonArmes the fact that God did on the Gth. day create a man - male and female, and gave them dominion, over all the earth -and 'God blessed them commanding them to be fruitful multiply and replenish the trth. This shewing quite a contrast from the one formed of the dust who God made a living soul, for at this time already there was a vast multitude of Gentiles, and when Cain was banished out of the presence of God he went into the land of Nod and knew his wife which was a Gentile female. Is this not bible truth? Yes even reason would teach us that , tain married a uentile woman and be built city out in this land and his first born was Enoch and he called .the name of the city after his sons name Enoch. But professed christians and even ministers so called will say ! and teach people that Cain took his sister to wife when Gods u j word does not say or tench any such things, f or Cain was the Hrst son, and Able his brother wns the second son of Eve's, A J - I J .1 i i . 't " " cviutru " cu. years later ana then Betn was born which was Adams first own son. For Cain was of that wick ed one, as John says (See 1 John 1-1:2) Yes Cain "was of that wicked one for his projanitor wnsa Gen tile man which was wild ty na ture and was without God as per taining to eternal life. But Adam in the garded was the projanitor of the Jewish race and they had eternal life or living soul which is eternal life. And we have no other account or record of any other children being born to Adam the formed man till Seth IF flC07 was born ISO years after Cain and Able was born. - But -we find the great and the learned, and men full of the wisdom of this world, which Is foolishness with God, they will persuioe on God's word and turn it into a fable, and presume thus so and so or substitute so and so. Now lettce say if -you please that God's word is yea and a- men. we cannot presume on God's word and be a christian so may God kelp as 4o pray the prayey of David (to wit) cleanse thou me from secret faults; keep back tby servant also from pre sumptious sins, let them not have dominion over me. Then shall I be upright, and 1 shall be Inno cent from the great transgres sion. Psalms .19-11 to 14. May the spirit of God direct our minds to his pure word Your Bro. Isaac Rymel, Pumona Alo. HOKE CIRCLE, Tlie home circle ought to be, a delightul place for any . no to en ter, th" center of pure crfections and desirable associations, and should be made attractive by the love of God ahed abroad in the heart. Nothing can excel in beauty and sublimity the quietude, peace, harmony; affection, and happiness of a well-ordered fam ily where virtue Is nurtured and . too great a care; we can not cher every good principle fostered Ish them with too much solid and sustained. Itude. There is the center of our The home circle Is the nursery' present happiness, the springs Of affection. It is the Eden of of our deep and strong ties of young attachments, and herei When the home affections should be planted and tended all!aredulycultivateda11 t,thw to1 the irerms of love, everv seed that shall ever sprout in the heart; and how carefully should they be tended! how guarded; against the frosts of jealousy, jWRer, envy, pride, vanity, ahd QTTXrT3 TT3T71 - TnrT ):. :nmmmmm THE TOT THE BEST I3ST TM.OT.'S' J. IWV VfoU ..?'? ;,. ambition! how rooWl in the best ! soil of the heart, and nourished and cultivated by the soul's best . husbandry! V : ' Here Is the heart's garden. Where its sunshine and flowers , are cultivated. All its beautiful, all its lovely things are nurtured j here. And here should be ej- jpended care, toil, effort, patience, and whatever may be necessary to make them still moie lovely. ' It is around the memories of the home circle that cluster the happiest and sometimes the sad dest of the recollections of youth. There Is the thought of broth- er and sister, perhaps now gonejted and ' moke haste to help C forever; of childish, sorrow and grief; of the mother's prayer and the father's blessing." Dp you wonder that these memories, both hitter and jiweet, '.linger in the chambers of the mind long after those of the busy years of maturity have faded away before the apiwoach of age? ' With what assiduity out all who have ar rived at the years of maturity strive to make their homes pleas ant and especially is this true oi parents so hum lis memocrs m a it..i tj ..... s I when they go from thence will carry with them thoughts that . through all the weary years that are before them will afford a pleasant retreat for them when well-nigh wearied with the care which comes with increasing years. We can not honor with to deep a reverence the home affections; we can not cultivate them with ! or grow out oi tnem as a uat ural consequence. If any would have fervent and noble affections, such, as give iPwer tnd Klor? to tlie human i ne. uc" s-sancmyu soui RELIGIOUS and make it aupremt! 1 sucb as an angel m. without bAmt, let hka all the feelin-s thrtor'. from a radient point, JaC circle. . c J:SEM ' The true flower of lwrj ! requires for Its derelopec. aid.of every member otCt circle.', V isT- ; a. J .The telrs of sympathy :' aa the annshiaiBvOf 1docr" fection bring It to 1t, im maturity, . Ofttimea thertvi families the members of r.' are, without doubt, dear ty other.- li sickness or i trouble tali on one all are sympathise and comfort.; ; "' But In their daily life and x dinary intercourse there, it' t only no expression of. af acf none of the pleasant aafl f belmvlor that has, perhapsj' t dignity, but which ' more l' makes up for that in its sic: ness, but there is an sbacL hardness of language and tctlr which is shocking to every t; sitlve and tender feehng. v v; Between father and mo' brother and ; sister, oft pass rough and hasty ir and frameUtnes ngrr.. x even more frequently than v. of endearment. . To judge t their actions .they do not mr to love each other, nor foe seem to have occounted to tit that it Is their duty, as it shef be their best pleasure, to c say all that they possibly can ( each other's good and happkt" It is in the circle whwe ' form many, if not the mosi our habits, both of sotioa speech. ' . . , . ': jt These habits, we carry IntoV world. Tbicling to as, . t vulgarities which V Wnsif home we shalluse abroad coarse sayings, the low jesV'i rulger speeches, .the grams; cat Diunaers.- --.m, Tobecmued, " j 1 V ..-.-T'- i l r i s t f.y.;