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TWO KTADN'D and WTENTY-FLW WOMAN
paaefa FA the Laiw*l State# MID occupy
PIPITS.
OKF Of til# graduates at the deaf *U»e
••liege. at Kendall Groen, near Wash
wa* a son of Senator Wuhbortw,
of ftfinneaota. Hi* addreas ou "The
MitnJ
of
the Spider." The addre**®*
Ware set
forth
by the writers in th«.ajjgn
llofuage, uJ retii by oo# of tt® pro-
Cattjok SMAW, ehief of the I^MDCM
N» brigade, HA* pubK*H«*F itetistin of
in
theater* throughout tbe
WORLD
LI 188V lie my* THAT fifteen THEATER*
ww»re DESTROYED, nineteen PERSONS killed,
•loety-one badly wounded, ami goes on
10 prove by figure* that by entering a
Heater a person improves hi* chancer
at an «»timely end.
A W** M«tkd of rralil tiD| nflwiy
flunagea and preventing dost from eu
taring with the air HAS LATELY APPEARED
11 Franee. The more quickly the train
feorea the more rapid lv the ap!aratua
fforka The air is made to traverse a
•soeptaole containing water, WHICH cools
& AND rcliev®* it of dust, after which it
goes through another filtering btfon
an taring th« earnag*.
In ww where hatband and wife are
fast at aea, the law always assumes that
FTE. being the stronger, survived her by
|"mr- minutes or HOUR* Gn thi* sup
«|O«ttioa HE inherited ber property
|darmg tin few memento that he sur
flred hen, and on his death HI* rela
tives inherit it fern® him. In seven dif
ferent cases followed up in the Preach
COURTS withm the la*t ten years, it was
found that the wife outlived bar hus
band and the practice of the tew had
ID Im reversed.
(Maui Hiaaar's, of Mspleton, lie.,
•who w more than eighty-*ev«HB
HBS»*T«H FA
ART'*
T«CT
of ago, has been in the wood-choppers'
toamp all winter, where he held up his
lend in hard work with tbe other young
fellowm. Mr Higgin'a favorite bieak
last in pie and pork, with a doaen or so
"flapjacks* thrown in aod to thai aim*
pie and austere fan he attribute* xnoet
of bis present vigor. Human nature is
a stum go puzzle. Had this doughty
old patriarch bwome a health-food crank
is early life, the chanaea as* 44*|U. h*t
would have died at fifty.
living expenses are
settaaatad at $100,000 a year. Be has
three hoaaas whieh 1m keeps ojen all
the tin*© —one at New York, one at
Wsehington and one at Windsor, Vt.
In each he has a library—alm«sl a du
plicate of the otber two fillet! with the
best works of law, history, jwdibcai
eooooKj, poetry and prose fiction. The
Beoator likes his comfort, and his
ambition and satisfaction ere lo live
like an English gentleman, on a lux
urious and liberal scale, without any ro
jtrfl lo the petty economies of life.
Two jfKw sovereigns have roomily
njiannd atands for business in the
PadAe. i »ue is the King of Tari Tari,
who rules over some part of the GUWrt
Islands, and the other ruler who has
adbpiMl as ensign the head jiotentate
of iiw Marshall Islands. The navy of
thaae fuuuy littl« {KIW^K may le only
dug-cmt«. as lmUed they probably are,
but Uncle BautN nary must saluU
sver the Big of the Tsart-Ta»i--—
in sight. This ambitious sove
n%n las ehoeen the American colors
far bis own, though he has arranged
diffeirntly.
*THK first ufiee I over tftid
Senator Sherman recently, "was Boere
lory of th« Whig eonveutiou of 1MH.
wllieh nominated Zach Taylor, and
ftst oame to me in a curious way. 1
was sitting on on«* of the back noata, as
feocam# my youthfulness, when a del«
git# rt*e and said there was a young
from Ohio among the delegate*
«iw «me from a distinct so h(»|#leMiiT
Democratic that he would never get an
flftbe unless this convention gave him
Ode. He, tb«refore, moved that I be
jfr*4» Hecretary, and the convention
food-hOMn^y adnp4oi tho
TALKIMO of the ifRcuItieH in DIE
way
€F legislating tn ©outml immigration,
Jlhennau tells thia incident. A gocnl
•any years ago, when I was a young
tai.,
tliere came to my native town in
luo a f»reign blacksmith, without a
•foliar to h«s name, and with
very
K- .•
no
^ILEMEITT of wealth except
other
his strong
|MRMS aad a large family of children.
•Cnder our present immigration laws, I
jMippoee h« would be
sent
back to the
reunify FMM whieh he came. One of
-tthe blacksmith'**
sons
is now a bank
JPR«HHleut. wealthy and influential, and
IAIJ other of them ia also rich, and u a
«fUI«TIITIER of Congram. Ht&name? That
^IS aouiethiag I will not toll you. The
facta will SERVE
well
enough as as ill us
without going into details.*'
TMX captain of an Amenean gun-heal
jmt in at a Japanese port and with his
oflicers had been most- politely rooeived
by the .Jmptmm authontwm. An the
Asaerieon* prfK-rEDED with their escort
thitwgh the t»w«, the young captain
tuoch plea.«el s«»- that
Uuq
word that they UTTERED with thw graonful
salute? Tba captain did NOT UND^-TAND
•hp Ja4 a- o language, or ur
banity. He did not know that it waa
the
CUM
torn of the people whenever thay
passed a stranger to saint* him with an
ioelinatiou of the head. Nor did ho
know that tlia Japan«^ "How do you
dot" or "How ar* you?" Is oontained in
one word, "OIIAYE," the pronuuoiatioti
bring, as near as possible, Y-yo,
Pre-wntly on® of these polite Japanese
townsjeopl® happened to speak louder
than the other*, and our captain re
ceived, as he thought, a sadden illumin
ation. With a flush
of gratification he
turned to ono of his officer*, and whi*«
pered, "How in the wwfai ANf
know I waa from Ohio f*
THK death is announced of the cele
brated MISSI^iary to Africa, Alexander
Maokay. The deceased who was the
son of the Rov. Dr. Ma« ksy, a well
known Scotch miuiater. died at T'sam
biro from fever in the beginning of
February. When the Church Mission
ary Hociety. moved by Mr. Stanley's
memorable letter, undertook a mission
to the Victoria N vanxa Mr. Mackay, at
the time a mechanical engineer at Ber
lin, wan oue of
the
first
to offer
hit* serv
iees, sailing for Africa with other mem
hers of
the first party April 27,1876.
LE*pite illness and iocol difficulties of
various kind* MR Mackays one divine
thought WW never
to
look back. Otber
men who bad similarly put their bauds
to the plow went and oame he staid at
his poet. The .bitter hostility of the
Arab traders at length virtually drove
them out "but even then," writes the
Secretary of
the Church Missionary
Hociety, "HE would not COME TO Kngian.L,
but remained at the south end
of
great lake, where Mr. Stanley found!
him la September last, and where, we|
presume, be ha* now died." The M
teliigonce which first reached England
in roforonco to Emin Boy, and which
lad to the organization of the 8faulty
relief expedition, waa derived iron Mr.
Mackay. ___________________
Tifff United States has given ILIF
Israelite complete liberty and freed on
from all repression, aod the result I
that the "Jewish question" does no*
exist in this country,
says
as
the 1'hila
delphia Preen. Not only is there at
aLtsooce of all legal proscription, bu
social (wojudice has practically disai
jxwred and is ocrtainlv inappreciabl
The natural result I* that Jewis
families are eonstaalty ali«orbed int
the population, and NO one dreams
making an iasue against a
race
whic
has made more contributions to hig.
human welfare than any other, II
this,
in all thing* el»e. liberty is the
solution of social difficulties Germany
which for centnncw
ha« triad repression
it }ierf)etualiy vexed with the Jewish
question of the ft rot magnitude. N*
one OI the race can become an office^
even a* a eurgeon, aod the higher walk*
of social and official life are CLOSED to
thom. By a natural result they flock
to the universities, tlu OBe liberal
career open to them, and win prises out
of all proportion to their number.
Thia ia unspeakably objectionable to
the "junker" or land-holding element
who find themselve* elbowed in the
army by the upper middle class and
outdone in the university by the Israel
ite but thme ills cannot and will not
be cured by the MEASURE just proposed
in the Prussian House of Lorda Even
Oeruianj will have to lesum that when
life la made freeel fer ail it ia
for alL
Po^ulaUea of inrirttt ftMM.
After CAREFULLY examining all the dttla
WF
hare,
all
TW si«UUU*mU AND vari AIL*
ancient writer* who allude to it, and all
the
facta which bear on the qu®»tim, I
Mi convinc«-d, says a writer in Black
wood* M«'jattnc, that in estimating
the numlier at 4,000,000 I am rather
u(derstatuig than
o\«r«tating
it ft is aiders, a bolv office
mucii MORE prolmhle that it was larger than the bolder of
than that it was smaller. le Quinoey
also eatiuiates the iniiabitants of Hotu«
at 4,000,000. 1 will only cite one fact,
and then loave the qnesticci. The
CircUH Manmus was constructed to hold
3f»0,(l00, ot according to Viator, at a
later poriod probably, 885,000 specta
tor*
Taking the smaller numlter, then, it
would l*e one in sixteen of all the in
habitant* if there were 4,000,000, But
a« one-half the population was oomposed
of slsven, wh must 1** struck out of
the spectators, when the circus was
built them would be accommodation
then for one in eight of the total j«opu
lattou, excluding slaves. Reducing
again the nnmlwr one-half bv striking
out the women, there would be soum
for one four.
Again, striking out the yottag ehil
dren, and tbe old men, ami tl»e ««k and
impotent, you would have
accommoda
tion for nearly the whole |«opul*tiou. Is
it- poasible to believe that the Itomanh
oniitruct«Hl a circus to bold the entire
jiopulatioo of Home capable of going to
it for such must have 'been the
it
down.
every
Proprietor (aghast Take down that
My friend, that rign ooat AE
SIGN!
#50.
TBI doctor of
divinity
I*UER.
y i i K Z A A N 1 i A i U
A wiAMMMJn rtrrv
Altianilat Rna»t». Mi* HII*. iu«l Kt«
CH!K!r«R H»r*n*» CoulrMllrltMi
given i ing remindon* of its sijinifi
cance. Alexander III. undoubtedly
etule-avors more frequently than hi#s
preb«cessora to take into account the
sentiments Mid aapiratloua ot his pa»
pie
Though the word 'foreigner* is In
the mind of the Czar equivalent to a
term of reproach, he i* hinis. If, little
as he sup|osei» it, very like a foreigtier
in his own country. Thanks t- the
complete supprennkm of overy? hung
approaching an expression of jmblio
opinion, he has little means of ascer
taining the drift of national feeling,
and from personal experience he
knows nothing of any elasH bfit the
higher officials of the atato. It muat
The aoat devoted of huabanda, he 1»
yet ever consdnus that his wife, born a
foreigner, of alien faith, remains'ORTT
side the pale, and consequently the
Empress hsn AN little influence in his
counsel)* as if she were a stranger to
him. The office of Czar is, he on
no other mortal
that office IN on
aii vthing approaching the same ex
alted level. Any real or supposed
alight or injury to the chosen people,
the Russians-- to their eemi-dhine
head, the C/jir or to the onjv true
faith, the orthodox Greek faith will
immediately muse all that is stubixurn
in the character of Alexander III.,
and will be promptly av.-nged A true
lover of peace, he
A
MI
wmm
uvit
or KIM
to
TK«
1 h«i»rtar **f th* Km|»r#r IrtiliiMMl
villi
I'luiitT MT FTRXMRT Owraft- LI
wn.|IW* WIN »ry.
HF pwaent auto
rut of all the Ilus
*i»- came to the
'lii'mr under oir
*S DISTANCE* SFIEEIRF-
ALI TILST^L
f.
that the most
erf u 1 monarch
helpless against
lie coime«iiiences of
SERIOUH TIIIMXMT^NT
among even a frae
tkn of hiH peofde
The leaaon wan not
loot, and internal
difficulties of vari
ou* ki'idn have often
vma ouiflwn.
an oat*» i
not be sup|*»sed that his consideration
lor the wants of his people is due only
ar from it Th«
kind in heart, and mwt diwintere^t
edly is^hcitioua for the
to *el tub motives. 1 ar from it Th« The nnperml party wa« ^vroceded by
present Emperor of Kuawia ia a man a squad of mounted ('««»,-ks who
erf truly noble character, thoroughly cloared the wav, and wan followetl by a
honost in purpose, sincerely religious, nurabe* of carriage# ooutaiumg
welfare
of his
oountrv. There ia, bowevw, on©
strange apparent contradiction ia his
character which may y« have rfnistear
resultH Hie Caar is not gifted with
the eitraordicary mtelligeuw which
would b« desirable in bis j*sition an
man i» more modest as to his personal
.merit* and ability, but there is no
man in this world so impressed with
hin own importance, in the peculiar
light iu which he views hiiuxelf. as the
divinely ap)ointed head of the only
true faith and of a specially chonon
will iiev
Thin is the real and great danger
which threatens the world through
Alexander III V belief in the sanctity
of his own }«rw)ti and thin lielief has
l*»en extraordinarily strengthened, and
1 1 i
in a
MM
were there onlv 4FM*UT00 of mhalutantu
lint SUP|XMO there wore
only
1,000,
inhabitant#, it i* plsiu from tbe mere
ttgur^I that it would never have
possible to half fill the circus.
EMMMJ,
Why Me CooHa'tlbiy Hera.
Proprietor of hetrond-hand Clothing
Eaporium Seventy-five o«ota is all I
can allow'you for that sail, mr friend.
iHagusted ViUmu That sign of
yours says you nay the. laghert prico
for cast-of elothlog IM'I better
tue
aaorr Kuuacm.
the
COOM«{ueot
bn» oue.. The ldent, the Cxarowits,
©r rown Prinoe, is Nicholas, aged 'JO
the second is t/ie Orand [email protected]#»s
tiforgia, aged 15 the third is the
Grand lu«he*s Xenia
fourth is the »rand
AG*n| ii and the youngest the (trand
IHU'ltoss Olga, ageit 4 The Czar
ina is three yearn yovnger than
her sister, the Prinem* w Watea. The
Crown L*rince Su-hol*'- is Colonel of a
regiment of the Horse Guards, which
ii always (omuauded by the Cro* U
Prince front the minnte he ix lxm till
the
crown of
to
WI-
hiM With the
«nu»*A
erthc less,
without a moment'* hesitation, plunge
his country into disastrous war, against
any odds, to fulfill
hin sacred duty.
.tetl L*I, the
Duke Michael,
RUSSIA is placed upon his
he»«l Then be ia aup)o«ed to
oonimand not only of the entire armies
and the navy, and become the head of
the church an well as the state, but is
Captain of a company of Wunbardiers
and Colonel of the Hegimeut of the
Trannflguration.whow duty is to guard
the Winter Palace the fluest b«ilj of
troops in the service.
Alexander earned distinction ae ft
•oldtei during the last war between
Rnsiiia and Turkey, and any one wlio
is familiar with his military career
need not Ue told that he has jdentv of
petHonal courage. I saw him several
time* once at a station of the railway
where he had driven from the jwalaoe
to meet the Crown Prince of Greece.
He had driven a pair of horses through
a public highway four mile# or more,
•itting on the front seat of a basket
pha«ton. and he drives about the court
try daily in the same manner. I
hiiis again at the fete given in the j»ark
that surrounds the palace, on the birth
dai of the Empress. He sat upon the
front neat of a high agon in full uui
form, with the Em pre** l»wide him,
and the remainder of the imperial fam
ily on the back aeatu, and drove slowly
through the illuminates! grounds,
which worn brilliant with flaiuo* aad
crowded with alniost the entire pops]*
tion of
Peterstuirg.
visitors and ladies and gentlemen of
the court. There was a mar
NUVARS PA L-AC*.
1m Ihe horses and wheela, and botii
the C'xar and Czarina were kept busy
flowing to the throng, who shouted and
wav«d their hatw and handkerchief* as
thev pa«ed. He was a fine mark for
a nihilist as he sat ti}«on the high perch,
and the police were fearful leaf a shot
what he considers I should lx« tirewi but the C/.ar waa de
termined to show himei lf to the |M*ople,
and rode through I ha puk for Wo
hours.
Why They Are ailed Charrh WMews.
"What would the churches do if it
wasn't for the women?* im|iiired one
citi/.en of another as the two met is a
reading room.
"They are vary successful in church
work, that's certain," answered his
friend carelewdy, adding "(Jha me a
light, Charlie."
lf
danger greatly «Kgra-
vate I, by the marvelous eacapc the
imperial family in the liorkt ac« ulenl
-a n 4 w i i o n e n v
tributed to the tpccial ist«rpoaiti(n of
the divinity on itehalf of His i hrmm
and favored* servant.
The ('mr w»» married in 1S«TT to the
Prfncma 1 tagniar of lientnark. t.hpu in
her twentieth year, writer Wtlliaus 'E.
Curtis, in his l**k on lh«y
have iovur childreu livinf and h&*9
you know what they ea& those
excellent women who go to church alone
every Sunday aaked the first speaker,
"No It must b# wiac sautilj title,
P»»ure."
•'They are known as church widows,
booause their HUSL^NDS MM TURNER MM
with them It will lie a little hard cm
some hitahauds if «ft-er all they can't
get Into heaven, by proxy, wooltir*
•r Una.
Wicks I don't think I know Heo
atox Btriker. Where
ia
THE KISS OF WELCOME.
VAlMACiK (!Oat*KMTI
RIVLTIAL »OK MMLBT*
KM««I T»XT U»4 SMMI »IM«» AS 4*9
•MLR a* UM m» RATKMM-
S» Tslmag*1"*
•Cvwsi on th« Prodigal Hoa.
FJA*»aD. xvi "ffhw he vt«
sfrmnn for
aai!
xvi "When he was yet a frr»-af
1f. httt father **w him, ainl had c»m
Esetl
H1IIH
»NOI ran.
and
F«U on
him.*
taka
Oh, do
WHO
ient,
his aaloon situ­
ated V
Hieka—Oh, ha is not Eastern
Senator. He repreaaBta ft
State.
Wicks—A Western una, ah? Where
is his f8f«
§cripu
i. j' aA
bi*
Oni» *j| tho w«tU tbat Sin«ptrRtlon
ET^R OJHUIED
t« thlf
wsit
Wa can NEVER EXHAUHT. The unrnM*- I *«p
FSWKJ. mm touinl^«t fa. U I HAVE de.
e» rlb**d to you
the
goinf away
§Hi -ion from
ht»
»bw«!
t.»U what a HARD HE
IU TH«- w(l«l»
did not always* stay to the wilderness h«»
cam» twk after u while. We 1- not r« ad
thai hl» mother ame u greet htm. i «up-
rbe
«»*e »he was lai H!M
he l(*.
WOUW
father doe«
not KNOW JJOW
the
ehlldrea
t,.
of
I'DBIM upon
the mother. Indeed tn»
one ever g»'t» over t*a!am1ty of kwing a
i»ttbar tn
early
wa*
Howe*er w»-lS anpareted we may t«- in the
morning when w .*tart out on a journey,
BFT.TR nigbi. what
wtth
jostling. w«-
have lo«t ail deafliiiotse of »J
p«arrt»«v But thl* pnxltgal when be
started from the awme Iraagh. WAN ragg«d
and
wr«TEB%,l.
and hi» appearance after he
hal GONE
Ihroagh
LIAVN
of
They *ay
he has broken
ae »pie stop
#-r
wh«r««
that would bring home the
sat under the vine
fci»
him »ben hix
to
of
from the immense crowds who pushed
back into the shrubbery to give room
YOU aoc reeogalse that Father?
waa
IT?
It
REPRESENTS (K«T
GENTI)
long«ufferiiig
FLIEA
to our immortal
might
realire
the-
(Matern
DAUGHTER*
brought a
fully
brought
AOUI* might
I
noticq the father's*
TO
HE WAN A great
way off
You
BI»
HAVE
put a i«ook off on the other
»»*e IT
PerhapK
he
had L»EEN
of tlrni
I
looking for
that TI.nl hud
told
raant boy would
aaw him a GREAT
wonder
If OOD'*
from hi* father houee, SIN I* not farther
from
HOLINESS,
heaven than
away
lie HN*
the middle of the hi way
I
IDE-r: He
His
KrHmg CKLM.
tong-abaent
boy And »o 1 think thte father
of
non
ft decern coat
my text
looking
road on which
out
toward
hi* POO
indicate it in their walk. For that
THE
SBWD
xma •momtm.
aailor almost, always HS a
not only TECAUEC he
that
4
royal
cheers
the
had
eheekt* ar»*
departed but
the father hae changed very much since we
Saw him hutt
Hit* hair
ha» beeon« white.
furrowed.
broken. What
hl« heart

and
jaw
ay I think
lit
out to meet
not hide the
la
ail hi- tountiful table
to
may be lacking bread"?
What i« all the splendor of the
i
that
to
i» u»n
Our
wardrobe of
thai htineeteai when the aon may
not
have
What are ail the sheep
hillside
that father when hi* pet
e Htlll he nit a* and ate
on tbe
road, and »»r»e
{•,»!.
lamb
IHV
traveler, He
after a while the
tire body and ae soon as he get*
en
a
fair
irlanee at him he knows It is his recreant
-pon. He forget« the crutch, and the
sunt ihe Htlffncaw of Ihe joinm, and tmundu
peopl
d: "It 1* only
lo!
a
de all around
i
sai
foot-pad.
the
aunased.
They
tramp
The father kaew het-
LILY SM.»ME ohl tram
(GO
him.,*
'ter
The change in the NON"*
MUTRKS
by
the
WHIEH
JW»«,uli«r
#T»»RSDH
I"#ard
antid the
haa to baianee him»e
much on
BSO*R PART an Hidependenl
would «HOW in BL* gait even
WENI
on the
tranwpirod
thechara/'TERINTICH
and h« art
WERE
walk. And
nim.
he
brtagn hi«
the pai-
CHEEK
of
fhank* (IOD
over.
of him mind
FROM HIN
sym­
pathy with that cant iron theology which
ae hard, aerere
tive.
(iod I*
patient, and HE
N-WW.
if!
Oh, that we
A wealthy
countries
wa»
time, and
*be
MEMENTO
aaked her daughter* for aoine
to
carry with her. One OF
uiurhle »«,(.•!, BCANFJ.
A T»cuu'iful wreath
third
daughter
NHDW FU»W.OI» NOR TABLET,
heart,
I
hell Is not farther off from
WE
have
BEEN
called
by our
frsm our Ood aye.
couhl
not
HEAR HF. VOTE,,
hint
"kli
your
WIN*
far off that w-
US YEAR after
know what
or
you
tained but you are READY to acknowledge,
if your heart has not changed by the
GRAEE
of Ood. thai you are a great way off-
so tar that
YOTI
cannot
LOW
MOMENT you would start if
thi*
ABI, aad
"X. I
am
a great way off."
NAEN ail
di»ad*antagea. H»
Ing"
for your
iag AT YOU with A critic eye or a
eye,
hut with a father'**EYE AND
©VER pilled A
child Ood
"OH, I had an many
STARTED
SAY *1 have »o
ft
u
Wait until you get dd
have »een
tlrni t« come out Tti father would
hav« gi.vi«n
t|j« ki*« to
the returning
pr«lt«al. the mother tbe flrat. It may have
Won fur th«* lack of her trample and pray
ers that he beenuaae a prodigal. Moiw»tlm«*
the
manage
the
work
hou*ehbld.
The chief
I THING
couv-
life, Httll this young uiaa
not ungre»«u.| when h-
home aft*«r
JIOIRN» VTNU and
M(H.«nr». you can more easily tmuglne
than d«»ertW A» the p«nite
«ee thin
CAL e,,UTNG on honiewant they
he cam
Where he
IN goiiut
proui-
wotxter

You
have heart! of
who
"1 wonder what prison
out of.
etu.
he
I wonder what lasar-
HA» ES-AJED
from.
what plague be
I wonder with
wtll «unite
the air Al­
though these peopk* mav 'have teen well ft«
qnalntfMl with the family yet they do not
Uuagtne that thi* is the verv voung man
Who
went off only a little while ago with
quick. *tep. and ruddy ch^ek. and beautiful
a|(ir The voung man. i think, walk*
Wry fa»t- He looki* ae though he were In
tsiit up»n something very important. The
|H' -j'te stop. They Wk at him. They won
from They wonder
a
Bra
ft't
SOB
and
who
never
went
returned.
off to
All tke
fiie neighborhood thought
return,
hut
the
people fa
the
SOB would
parent- oame to
inclusion. They would
and
day,
and
off upon
no euch
g.
by the. hour,
Mt upon the beach, lroking
the water, expecting to nee the
hi« ehild
of
lacerated temple*!
itwimming
ing OF
wa* OOD! 1 HAVE no
the
world
on
AND
a
of the
HON
AND ATWTHW danghtiir.
it all over
your nam«. and wherever
Ail mean,
ki*».
begin the father'K eveaight.
AIDE
great
of
know whether HU father
fta
th«re. and e swift vahnua i» ooiuintr aad
may dcMiroy him? Five hundred
TIME* ltig-
er ihaa it taken our heavenly father te
i
the deliverance of a lo#t chikL
1 he was a
great
way off hi* father
faawblffi."
I And thi* brittmt me to notice the father's
huMe. The Bible »ay» he ran-
No
woa-
did not know but that,
MAN would ETOA»*»-« hi* mind
He
dla
Bnndsy. Jnae
and hi* text,
not know hut
kaow but
take him
and
THE YOTUMR
aad go bask.
THAT
be would
drop
down from EXHAUSTION. HE DID SOT
I
MAT nomerhtug FATAL might %ar-
BEFORE
he
GOT UP TO
»o
the father
NEI*K AND
moat
the doomUS
ran. The Bibto for the
part «PEAK»
iiod
{the
"JK*U*
FOLLOWING Is THE sermon:
"HE wall "HI «PM
of a par»bl«* which
i
1 the
of tills* prodi-
father .u»«. and 1 have
hi»»(
rn'—»
DOWN
TTIITL wbut a very gr» nt
MISIAKE is INR htm TO
A H-M« FT.IR SUCH A
leave so beautiful
rol»«rablt
deaert.
But
HE
walking
fourth watch of the night,*
earne unt.. them
"la
It »«*S.
WALKFNUON IHE »«».•
the wing*
,»f
the
wi«4."
Our Brat P«r»«UTA heard the vuioa of ths
i Lord, walking
in THE
garden
tn the COOL of
day: tm when a sinner start# for Qod
THE Father run#
to meet him.
CJb! If
a man ever want* help it
fs when
he TRIE* to HEROINE A CHRISTIAN, The world
*ay* t«.» him "back with you. Have more
spirit, bout he hanutered with re UNION.
Time enough yet. Wast until
YOU Y«.t »iok.
hat an NAY* "ftaek
with you you are »o l»ad that tkni wilt have
nothing to do with you or, "You are good
enough, and need no redeem#*.. Take
thine ease. e«!,
drink
and merry." Ten
I thousand voice* *ay with you.
i tlod la a harti master. The church la a
collection of hypocrite*.
Back
into your
Jstn* hack to your «vil indulgences bank
to your
praverie*i*
pillow,
Th« silliest
that a young man ever
DOE* U to
BE
OH! HOW
HE
came back.
THE
the ^junt and the
hae )een wandering,"
much help a man
DETE*
want when
tries to bec«me a Christian" Indeed,
prodigal cannot find hi#
bin father HOUSE
way home to
alone.
come* to
I'nice* some (MM
ME«-T
him be had better
tar-d by the
have
AWINE TROUGHS.
W*hen the tide comes lii you might more
ea*liv with your bn«»oi »weejp hack the
•urget, than you can drive baes the tcean
of your unforgtvon tran*gre#aioa». What
are we to do? Are we to ttght the battle
alone, and trmige on with
if-
one to aid u«.
and no ro k to nheiter u*. and no word of
encouragement to cheer oa? (Jlory he to
(iod, we have in the text the announce
ment: "When he wa* a great way off his
father ran." Wtaea the winner start# for
Clod (iod stertu for the sinner, Ood doe»
not come out with a slow and hesitating
pwoe. The Ininltc* »paee» aiip beneath Hin
feet, and He take* world* at a hound, "The
father ran." Oh. wonderful meeting, when
(iod and the aoul come together. "The
father ran." You start for 0*i and Ood
start* for you, and you meet and while the
ang«-!» rejoice o*-er the meeting. y«Air lor
luitired father fall® upon your neck
attestations of compsM*»ioii and pardon,
l'oat pceir wandering, sinful, polluted *ou!
and the loving, the eternal father have m»*t.
1 remark upon the father's ki««. "He fell
on hi* Deck, m» text aayn. "and kiat»el
him." It in not every father that would
have done that way. Some would have
scolded him. and *»ld "Here, you went off
with beautiful cioihes. but now you arc all
in latter* You went
long
with
off
Slunimeta
he*, looking
Ive
he beholds a
se*«*
ill first the baa*!
hint rj»e at»o* the
home—the U»«
appearance
the father
healthy, and came
hack nick and wasted with your di*aipa
tioto. lie did not say that. The won. all
bagger**! and nigged and filthy and'
wretched, «tood t.eforo hie father. The
father charp"I him with none
of
if now
reaaon
step,
*htp-
ROCKING OF
the
*«», and
he
|L,
Put he ha*
for tie
character
WHICH
if
*I*a
BE NEVER
and we know from what
before that thl««
of an independent and frank nature and I
*UPP*.*E
hu wan­
dering*. Hs luat r»*ceiced him. He juat
kisaed him. Ilia wrotchedne#»
wmm
a
ommendaiffio to thar father s love, oh,
tbat father ki***' How «hail I describe
the |ov«) of Ood '—the anitif with which He
re. i\a* a ninner hack, again? (lire me s
with whieh I may fathom thin nea.
me liulder with which 1 -an -«cale ihM
height. Otve me word* with which 1 cat*
deserlhe thia love. The apostle way* in on»t
place, "unsearchable:* in another. "pa«9
finding out," Height overtopping all he
ppiog
tiding out,
pth plunging
He not done everything
AO? He
all
of
oonld
.knew
boy, You know that perwons of
de«|
of independence of
A
he(ght|
depth.plunging beneath all depth breadfhij
imniHuaity,J
mpaanlng all
Oh, thi* love! Ood
He loves you.
»O loved the world|
LK»n't v .u
believe it? Ha|
to make
yon FHINLT
hae gi\en you life, henith. triend»|
your hand,
the
LORED
great
eharaeter
are
APT
FIGHT OF
your eye. He has strewn your path WUI|.
m»relas. HE hao fed you. CJOTHED you. DEP
TENDRIL
you.
you, importuned you
your life king. Iton't you T^-LIEVE HE
you
I
Why,

you
CHUM
the characteristics of bin
HO the father
KNEW
HHMILD
He
Hjtn the
him. He
put# out hi« withered arm* toward
AG»J»
hi* »oii:
lip«. he
atart up
happlhetin
father
PNXIIGAI WON wan
kiaeThere IX AO
and
lov»» and
LT»rd
and
wrinkled fi*«-
are
he the
that the long agonv IM
"When
hie father saw him, and had COMPANION,
and ran. and tell on his asek and kiaaed
him,*
FRORFE
the wllderneaa of your ain He would TBRO^R
tmth arm» around you. To make you
}».
lies hat
loves you He
ger and eroaa
KL^IU'D "to mtuia
AND sepulchre.
With all
paMSion* of His holy nature roused
thft
UFT
•»a
standi* before you to-day. and would eoag
you to
and Heaven. Oh,
THU
much meant
CTIIP IENION
pardon its
!1
in It
it
««o
so MM
much heaven in
It. 1 |NS
Ood merciful, gra ioF|
and long suffering, abundant in
truth. Lent you
HE
rending and
WAIJ
GOODNEHFT
would nH
}e{(eve
goea up Golgotha,
HINT*
and while
the
ROCITS
the grave*
and the
nu-bn
hiding
he wax yet a great way
HE DIE*
off.
Him
ON
ARE opening,
are howling, and the
»un
for you. H*e Him' Hia
the Mount of
on
HI*
RUCIFLJION.
tin.
«WEII
brow tinged with the biood
EXUDING
SC-E
in
Hin
vindic­
FATHER—kind, ioving.
len­
Oh. will He never
of flownr*. The
er!m*oi,
»aid "Mvtther. 1 BROUGHT
but here
have
MV
INACRIIHUT
lfi«
witFi
Y«U
go It will
GO
with you The MOTUUR RWEOGNLEED it AA
tbe best of ait
NI'UENBM.
go out toward our Father—that
our hearts might TE written all OVER with
the EVIDENCE* of HI* loving
kindi-C**
that we might never again
AND
for*ake Him
In the lir«' PLACE I NOTICE in this text the
father'* eirealght in the XOEOND place. I
NOTICE the
father'* hawte
and, in the thtsd
pla-e
MY
father aaw him."
noticed
(jow old
tin
the return
IMJ)- aapeeiaily that day. I
know
Iut that
HE HAD
him that that day the r»«E
eome
eyesight
when
WE
are coming
BARK
to
pictures our
off. That young
Hi»
MUFFERER a»
Wider do they gape AA His
down upon
lady in one of
AGONY' TEARS
going off for
*ome
the
brother
MEAN* thai
'When
L.
ve
people »OM time*
light.
They can AEE at a DI«TANC, A GREAT deal
easier than they
CAN hy. I
couid
aee
WAY
Th«y
off
GOAPEL.
their
though vehemently
going to
year.
MA*
in what evil
HE
your frailVlr* all your
STRUGGLE*
many
now. and
it is
Whither
hae
COMING
plttex YON 5M»U NTIF:
evil
life."
BAD »*urroiimlingt»
very
DIFFICULT
f«»r
NO-
EY#S
death! Hear the loud BREATH*
He pant* with tift
heart Hark
to
the fall at
blood from brow and hand and foot on the
rock* beneath—drop: drop' drop1 LMK
at
the nail®! How wide the
WOUND* «r«L
body cornea
THEM. Oh.
thia
crucitlxtea
melting into tear*.
(IM
to tear apart
BLOOD
How ing into biood, Larkne»S dropping Ml
darkle n«. Hand* of men joined with handft
of de\
the quivering HETFT
of Ood!
APEAK
again?
WIN that
FLY NAV.'R rtgtiT UP again IT. wttt
speak again while the
BLOOD 1M wuffutdag
brow, and reddening
Hla EHEEK.AAD
hcrtng ON NOETELL ATET Up, mmi YOI LHIAK
EXHAIIHTE.I AND CANNOT »p»-ak H»« erlas
out until all the age*
Oh, that our
IM
there no
Jew- said by their
HEAR HIM "Father,
forgive them, they know not what they
etuphaal* in
dor
such a a«-«oe
that to make your dry eye* w««jp and
hard heart break' Will yo»s turn your
upon it, and say by your actions what
yaar
hack
the
WORDM: "His
ON U«. and on
blood
BE
oar children
T"
What IOES
U
mjr alater?
FJP«NE«.! the
lifted Him up in
LOVE! Omnipotent
do not
WELL that
1 WHICH WA« SEAR by. BUT I DO KNOW he
on.
"Mis.
will
could
Th-
father aaw him."
fviag influence.
do not
been in prayer aod
Why,
for our
lo*
ra»-e there waa a
father'* kiaa. Love brought Him
DOWN.
gate. Love
sacriflre., I^VE
L«d
to
the
shattered th« grave.
Love
RESURRECTION, Hoverelga
love!
InffuMe kovat
Bleeding love! Everlasting love!
Now,
yon ACCEPT thai Father's kiast
Holy Mpirlt come*
TO YOU
arointing, melting,alarming,
with
Bis
INVITING: VLVL-
HEARER,
fly
N«I. "THE fathtir
way
OFF
tbat
rlflc- one
ean deacry us
HIM# The t*xt
CONDLTR.T»~ -we GRE A
man.
was
NOT
what ereate* ta
th«*»- tbat unr«»at It i» the Holy
JEAN*
the young man in
great way
farther off
Ohest.
What inflwet»«»e now tell* thee that it la
time to
that to morrow may bo too
U ON., DOOR,
aa«
|GT«
one roa). one eroaa,
OME
It is the Holy Ohost.
MY M*ST URGENT word
i* to
THO«,-
who, like
MY
off. and
text, are a great
THEY
will
way
MART
will get home.
for home, and the*
will yet
and
»ave
I
BAD haldte
do not
have formed
PLACE-*
you
what faho
HAVE HT^N, OR
NOTIOA« fou
foingNOTREJAJ(»«.or
NYE.
g»jt back your*HveM.
would like to
EOME
it were not
tbat hahtt.
and thlaldiaadvaa
TO
sight.
tell yo-J of the father's
"HE MIM'
*hali 1
Everything
beetl lolig-
He
help
HAS
not
to
away fr»»M "VLL tuunn^MUtm* YOUR
#ee»
it,
and If you
1 WAY YOU may—Y«»ur
br»»ak
ahoidd
start,
S- •metlliiig
HEAVENWARD
father
sit id!) down and »lkw
UP toward* him. Oh, »O! Heetug you a
GREAT wav off he would flv to the mew,
Wng does
It
PREACH the
ON COMMUNION DAYX EGRRV
artnind THE COIUWERATED BREJYL, AIDE
to
every TODY N*CAU«:
of their holv life
CONSECRATED LE-havior.
AAD
The* Lord
IS
you. Your home
be rebuilt,
ha*
be re*tored. Your Worldly
to be
may have
gsit
to
LOUR phynlru! HEALTH
hue got
to OVER Y NR DI*CI|,! *L T' YOU
AVE heard
r»'a«i man)
*E: MOO-*
dur
lug
the
past few year**.
but the
FOU
ba«'k Aye. thia
TO
T=I,«in
reeonatmcted.
.-nter-
has got
The Church of Ood
1#
YOU' DO N«.'
SHOWER IS
the wind
(OR
weep,
not far
off
have
Y'NU «igh, and
NOTICED that
sigh
there
tn
I*
always a
fajfore THE
There
they
rail! f»*!l-
»*re WHO W
if
uld
.ulL
EYE-
gc- anythiag
Sind relief in
"Oh,
Oh, the
TEAR*. THEV WAR
my wanted life! Oh, the
GRAVE* OVER
boter PA^T!
which
I BASE titmhW
ft?? Alae forth' future!
I*
dark--4»o dark,
TWI
me' Ood
BE».|S IOOK-
laet titt'
haiUffM
if a parent
dark God
pity
me!"
that
Thank th
L.ord for
raie'«'.
pray,
AND
win-E
hut
(•TEJ»
-urroundinga WHEN
YOUR FATHER »e«*
ICMIXATIOII
it. You
'TA*« '"'gun TO
MAN '^'GIN- TO
NET*, al! HEJ^EJ,
petition,
flying ihie way a/»d Clod
SII AND ITEA".}* HACK th»
hounds of
to their k»•unal.
NTE.IIT TBE
er- of
B»- PAR
anl around
vunded
*oui put# the
b»niu|,
fall What
father
iiur«
The
*hcpb.-r.l
WO«W not
yt»U to strtiggle ON
let*
cov-
mercy, Hark! 1
hear
WW THAT* It I*
.4 FEN«*E AROUND
the
the
aheepfold
THENI
|.,UTT, -BEEP OFSIIE
Iram
take tether to leap late
"/•"V ^"•*,A- JK»* i
de,
down, and
«uie OF
wiih
^J)OD
I
JMIVED
tkr
mountain hound in
„V .,(II«em THEIR F|E«-E, TORN wtth the
th«HT their teet lame
THU duga. BM IX.undtng la. THANK
IWR
^JIRA» GGWWL
RL-

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