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CAPITAL CITY COURIER,
SATURDAY, AUGUST f, 1892
OR. TALMAGE'S 8EKMON FOR LATE
JULY IN SCOTLAND.
"Jmimi llir NniiiK II lull Otrr All" Tim
Wonderful Wunl Alleilnllim of llu
in mi Nnrrnw lliig Testimonies of
Mnny Kiullii'iit .'Men.
London, July ai.Slne his return from
Russia Dr. Tnlinugo I inn lieeti literally
flooded with Invitations to address congre
gations nnd lyeeuins on tliu subject of his
journey to tlio Itiml of tlio cxar, whither he
went with Mr. Louis Klopsch to direct the
distribution of Tlio Christian Herald r
lief cargo. Whllo expressing hi high a
prcclatlon of the cordial weleomu and
splendid hospitality extended by the of
ficials of St. Petersburg and .Moscow, ox
tho clvlo honors heaped upon tlio Ameri
can visitors and of Russia's national (rati
tude to America, as torsoually expressed
by tho eznrowltz at Poterhof, whero ho
entertained them as guests, 1'r. Tnltnago
has been compelled to adheru to his origi
nal programme. During thu week ho ban
Wccn preaching In tho leading Scottish
cities. Ills arrangements for next week
Include, services at Newcastle and Sunder
land, and thereafter ho foes to tho Isle of
Man for n few days. The sermon selected
for this week Is entitled "Pro-eminent,'
tho text being .lolm III, Ml, "Ho that
cometh from above Is abovo all."
The most conspicuous character of his
tory steps out upon tho platform. Timlin
Iter which, diamonded with Unlit, pointed
down to him from the Hothlohein sky, wna
onlynratlllcatlonof thoflngcrof prophecy,
tho linger of LtcuciiloKy. the linger of chro
nology, tho linger of events all II vo Iln
gem polutlnu in unu illrectlon. Christ Is
the overtopping figure of all time, lie la
tlio vox huniaua in all inut-io, the graceful
est lino In all sculpture, the most exquisite
mingling of lights and shades In all paint'
lug, thu acme of all climaxes, the dome of
all cathedraled grandeur and thupcrorn
tlon of nil splendid language.
Tho Greek alphabet Is mado up of
twenty-four letters, and when Christ com-
fiarcd himself to tho first letter and tho
ast letter, the alpha and the omega, he
appropriated to himself all tho splendoru
that you can spell out either with thoso
two letters and all letters between them.
"I am, thu Alpha and tho Omega, tho be
ginning and thu end, thu first and the
last." Or, If you prefer thu words of tho
text, "above all."
It means, after you have piled up all Al
pine, and Himalayan altitudes, the glory of
Christ would have to spread Its whins and
descend a thousand leagues to touch those
summits. Pel Ion, a high mountain of
Thessaly; Ossa, a high mountain, and
Olympus, a high mountain; but mythology
tells us when the giants warred against
tho gods they plied up theho three moun
tains and from the top of them proposed
to scale thu heavens; but tlio height wan
not great enough and there was a complete
failure. And after all thu plants Isaiah
and Paul, prophetic and apostolic giants;
Raphael and Michael Angclo, artistic
glnnts; cherubim and seraphim and arch
angel, celestial giants have failed to climb
to tho top of Christ's glory, they might nil
Well unite In thu words of the textaud say,
"He that cometh from above Is abovo all."
TIIK CKNTItAI. IHKMi: IN IMIKACIIINO.
First, Christ must bo abovo all eNu In
our preaching. There aro so mi ny lxokn
on homiletlcs scattered through the world
that all laymen, as well as all clergymen,
liavu made up their minds what sermons
ought to be. '1'lmt sermon Is mostclTcctunl
which mo-t pointedly puts forth Christ as
thu pardon of all sin and thu correction of
all evil, individual, social, political, na
tional. Theru Is no reason why wo should
ring tlio endless changes on a few phriutcs.
There nro thosu who think that If an ex
hortation o? a discourse havu frequent
mention of justillcatiou, sauctltlcutlnu,
covenant of works and covenant of grace,
that, therefore it must bo profoundly
evangelical, whllo ttmy nro suspicious of
a discourse which presents thu same truth,
but under different phraseology.
Now, I say theru is nothing in all the
opulent realm of Anglo-Saxonism or all
the word treasures that wo inherited from
tho Latin and thu Greek and tho Indo
European but we have a right to marshal
it in religious discussion. Christ sets the
example. Ills Illustrations weru from the
grass, thu flowers, the spittle, thu salve,
the barnyard fowl, thu crystals of salt, as,
well ns from thu seas and thu stars, and we
do not propo.se in our Sabbath school teach
ing and in our pulpit address to bo put on
I know that theru is a great deal said in
our day against words, as though they
were nothing. They may be misused, but
they have an imperial jiower. They are
the bridge lift ween soul and soul, between
Almighty God and the human race. What
did God write upon thu tables of stones
Words. What did Christ utter on Mount
Olivet? Words. Out of what did Christ
strike tho spark for tho illumination of the
universe? Out of words. "Let there be
light," and light was. Of coursu thought
is tho cargo nud words are only the ship,
but how fast would your cargo get on with
out thu shlpf
What you need, my friends, in all your
work, In your Sabbath school class, in
your reformatory institutions, and what
wo all need is to enlarge our vocabulary
when we come, to speak about God and
Christ and heaven. Wo ride a few old
words to death when there is such illimit
able resource. Shakespeare employed lif
ted! thousand different words for dramatic
purposes; Milton employed eight thousand
different words for poetic purposes; Hufus
Choate employed over eleven thousand dif
ferent words for legal purposes, but the
most of us have less than a thousand
words that wo can manage, less than five
hundred, and that makes' us so stupid.
ALL SWKKT W0IID3 NEEllKD.
When we come to set forth the love of
Christ wo aro going to toko thu teuderest
phraseology wherever wo find it, and if it
has never been used In that direction be
fore, all the mnru shall we use it. When
we come to sneak of the glory of Christ,
tho conqueror, we aru going to draw our
Hart of nn actor, ove.'whclii.ed his mull
lory. It would have Wen a different thing
If Jonathan Kdwards had tried to wrlto
and dream nbout the pilgrim's progress to
the celestial city or John lliinynn hail At
tempted an essay on tho human will.
Hrlghter than the light, fresher thnu thn
fountain, deeper than the seas are all
these Gospel themes, Song has no tuehsly,
flower lmw no sweetness, sunset sky has
110 color compared with these glorious
themes. These harvests of graco spring
up quicker than wo can sickle them. Kin
dling pulpits with their lire, and producing
revolutions with their power, lighting up
dying beds with their glory.they are the
sweetest thought, for tho poet, unit they
lovoof Christ, the love of Chrlstl" What
did Mr. Toplady, thn grent hymn nmker,
say In his last hour? "Who can measuro
tho depth of tho third heaven? Oh, tho
sunshine that Mils my soul! I shall soon
bo gone, for surely no one can live In this
wnrld after such glories as God has mani
fested to my soul."
What did tho dying Foucwnynayf "I
can as easily dlo as eloso my eyes or turn
tin limul In mIi'iiii ltiffirnit few hours hiLVft
passed I shall stand on Mount Ion with I
thu 0110 hundred and forty and four thou
sand, and with thu Just men made perfect,
and wu shall ascrlbu riches and honor and
glory and majesty and dominion unto God
and tho Lamb," l)r, Taj lor, condemned
SweeitsL muilKlll, nil ill" iiuvi,! nun vnvj - - --.,,.---,- ,. ,
irnthi, must . Hirillliiif lltiitmtl(tn for the i to bum at thn stake, on his way thither
orator, and they olTer tho most Intense broke uwuy from the guardsmen and went
scene for thu artist, unci thuy am
embassador of tbu sky all enthusiasm.
Complelu pardon for direst guilt. Sweot
est comfort for ghastliest agony. Ilrlght
est hope for grimmest death. Grandest
resurrection for darkest sepuleher.
Oh, what a Gospel to preaehl CUrlst
over all in It, Ills birth, his suffering,
his miracles, his parables, Ids sweat, his
tears, his blood, bis atonement, his inter
cession what glorious themes! Do wo
exorcise fulthf Christ Is Its object. Do
we have lover It fastens on Jesus. Have
wen fondness for the church? It Is be
cause Christ died for It. Have wu a hope
of heaven? It Is because' Jesus went
aiiead, thu herald and thu forerunner.
Tho royal robo of Demetrius was o
cosily, so beautiful, that after he had put
It olT 110 0110 ever dared put it on; but this
roboof Christ, richer than that, the poor
est, and the wmicst.nml the worst may
wear. "Where sin abounded grace may
much more abound."
TIIK JOV OK llli: CONVIIIITKI),
"Oh, my sins, my sins," sn'd Martin
Luther to StuuplU; "my sins, my sins!"
hounding and leaping mid Jumping towaul
tho lire, glad to go to Jesus and to die for
him, Sir Charles Hare In his last moment
iiad suuh raptuious vision that ho cried,
"Upward, upward, upward!"
And so great was tho peace of one of
Christ's disciples that ho put. his linger
upon thu pulse In hi wrist and counted U
and observed Iti and so great was his
placidity that after awhile ho said.
"Slopptd," and Ids life had ended hereto
Ix'glu in heaven. Hut grander than that
was tii testimony of the worn out llrst
missionary when In thu Mitmartlnu dun
geon ho cried: "Iain now ready to hoof
feted, and the time of my departure is at
hand; I have fought the good light, I have
llnlsiied my course, 1 havu kept tho faith:
henceforth thcio Is laid up for me a crown
of righteousness, which thu Lord, tho
righteous judge, will give mo In that day,
and not to mo only, but to all them that
love Ids appearing!" Do you not see that
Christ Is above all in dying alleviations?
Toward the last hour of our earthly resi
dence we are speeding. When I see the
sunset I say, "One day less to live " lieu
MorttmlerliiK at lllnerrtlon.
"Toiiuin, how did you get tho back cf
your neck all sunburned r"
"Pulllit weeds In the garden."
"lint J out hair Is all wet, my son."
"Your M-st Is on wrong sldo out too."
"Put It mi that way a-purpoe."
"And hnv does It happen, Tommy dear,
that you've got Jakey Du Hols' trousers
(After a long pause.) "Mother, I cannot
tell a lie. I've been a-swlinuiln." Chicago
No Mrr of llnrl
The fact Is that thu brawny Gernmn stu- I see the spring blossoms scattered I say,
dent had found a Latin llihlu that had "Another season gone forever" When I
close mis Mime on Minimin mgiii i
made him quake, and nothing el so ever
diii make lillil quake; and when ho found
how, through Christ, lie was pardoned
nndsuwd, he wrote to a friend, saying:
"Come over and Join us great and awful
sinners saved by tjiu grace of Owl. You
seem to bo only a slender sinner, nud you
don't much extol the mercy of God; but
we who have been such very awful sin-
"Another Sabbath departed." When I
bury a friend I say, "Another earthly nt
traction gone forever." What nimble feet
tiio years have! Tlio roebucks and the
lightnings run not so fast. Prom decade
to decade, from sky to sky, they go at n
There Is a place for us, whether marked
tfv 'Nlifjii''- - "2
Captain Mullet May I venture to hope
that you will give mo a wait. or quad
rille? Lady Sparker Oh, Pin so sorry! Pin
engaged for every dance. I'm engaged
also for supper twice, but I promise j on
faithful! you shall have my third glass of
lemonade'-! u Maurlerlu Punch.
Hers praisu his grace the more now that or not, where you nud I will sleep the last
we have been redeemed." "sleep, nud the men aro now living who
Can It be that you are so desperaUdy
egotistical that you feel yourself in first
rate spiritual trim, and that from the unit
of the hair to the tip of tho too you are
(earless and immaculate? What you need
is a looking glass, and here it is in the
Hlhle. Poor and wretched and miserable
and blind and naked from the crown of
the head to the sole of the foot, full of
wounds and putrefying sores. No hea'th
In us. And then take tho fact that Christ
gathered up all the notes against us mid
paid them, and then offered us tho receipt
And how much wo need him In our sor
rows' Wo are Independent of circum
stances If wo have his grate. Why, he
Hindu Paul sing in the dungeon, nud under
thnt grace St. John from desolate, Patmos
heard thu blast of the apocalyptic trum
pets, After all other candles have lecn
snuffed out, this is the light that get
brighter and brighter untotho perfect day.
and after, under tho hard hoofs of calam
ity, all thu pools of worldly enjoyment
have been trampled Into deep mire, at
the foot of the eternal rock the Chris
tian, from cups of granite, lily rimmed
and vine covered, puts out the thirst of Ids
Again, I remark that Christ is above all
in dying alleviations. I havu notanysym
pnthy with thu morbidity abroad about
our demise. The emperor of Constantino
pie arranged that on the day of his corona
tlon the stonemason should como and con
sult him about his tombstone that after
awhile he would need. And there are
men who are mouoniaiilcal on thu subject
of departure from this life by death, and
the more they think of it the Ilk they arc
prepared to go. This is an uniiianllntus
not worthy of you, not worthy of inu.
TiiK m:i:o's nEATii.
SalHillli, tho greutrst conqueror of bin
day, while dying, ordered thu tunic ho had
on him to 1m carried after his death on n
spear at thu head of his army, and then tho
soldier ever and anon should stop and say:
"Heboid, all that Is left of Saladln, the em
peror and conqueror! Of all tho states ho
conquered, of all thu wealth he accumu
lated, nothing did he retain but this
fihroudl" I havu no sympathy with such
behavior, or such absurd demonstration,
or with much that wo hear uttered in re
gard to departure from this life to tho
next. There Is a commonseiisicnl Iden on
this subject that you and I need to consid
er that theru aru only two styles of departure.
X thousand feet underground, by light
nf torch tolling In n miner's shaft, a 'edgo
of rock may fall upon us and we may dlu r.
miner's death. Par out at sea, falling
from the slippery ratlines and broken on
thu halyards wo may dlu a sailor's death.
On mission of mercy In hospital, amid
hiokcu bones and reeking leprosies and
raging fuvers wu may diu a philanthro
pist's death. On the field of battle, serv
ing God and our country, thu gun carriage
may roll over us nud wu may dlo n patrioc'u
death. Hut after all there aru only two
styles of departure the death of thu right
eous and thu death of thu wicked, and wo
nil waut to diu the former.
God grant that when that hour comeo
you may bu at home! You want the hand
of your kindred in your iwnd. You want
your children tosurroutid yu. You want
the light on your juuow 'rom uyes mat,
havu long reflected your love. You want
the room still. You do not want any curi
ous strangers standing around watching
you. You waut your kindred from afnr to
hear your last prayer. I think thnt is tho
wish of all of us. Hut is that nllf Can
earthly friends hold us when thu billows of
death como up to the girdle? Can human
voice charm open heaveu'ii gate? Cau hu
man hands pilot uh through thu narrows of
death into heaven's harlwr? Can an earthly
friendship shield us from thu arrows of
death nud In thu hour when satan shall
practice upon us his Infernal archery?
No, no, no, not Alas! poor soul, if that Is
all. Hetter die in tho wilderness, far from
trcu shadow and from fountain, alone,
vultures circling through thu air waiting
will, with solemn tread, carry us to our
resting place Aye, It is known in heavun
whether our departure will bo a corona-
Hon or n banishment. Hrlghter than a
banqueting hall through which tho light
feet of the dancers go up and down to tho
sound of truniMters will Ihi thu sepuleher
through whoso rifts tho holy light of
heaven streameth. God will watch you.
, Ho will send his angels to guard your
I slumbering ground until, at Christ's bo-
best, they shall roll away tho stone.
So also Christ Is above all in heaven
The Hllilo distinctly says that Christ l
the chief theme of the celestial ascription,
all the thrones facing his throne, all tho
palms waved before his face, all thecrowiM
I down at his feet. Cherubim to cherubim,
seraphim to seinphlm, ledeemed spirit to
redeemed spirit shall recite the Saviour's
TIIK (iLOIttfH'H TOMl'ANV OK TIIK IIKIIKKMKP.
I Stand on some high hill of heaven, and
in all tho radiant sweep thu most glorious
object will bo Jesus. Myriads gazing on
thu scars of his suffering, in silence first,
afterward breaking forth Into acclamation.
The martyrs, all tho purer for thu flame
through which they passed, will say, "This
'is Jesus, for whom wu died." '1 he apostles,
' all the happier for tho shipwreck and tbu
I scourging through which they went, wll.
say, 'This Is the .lesus whom wu preaelied
at Corinth, and nt Cappndocla, and at An
tloch, and at Jerusalem." Little children
clad In white will say, "This Is tho Jesus
who took us in Ills arms and blessed us, ii'id
when the storms of the world were too
cold and loud brought us Into this beautiful
place." The multitudes of thu bereft will
Miy, "This Is the Jesus who comforted us
when our heart broke." Many who had
wandered clear off from God and plunged
into vagabondism, but weru saved by
grace, will say: "This Is the Jesus who
pardoned us. We were lost on tho moun
tains, and he brought us home. Wo were
guilty, and he made us white as snow.'
Mercy Isxmdless, grace unparalleled. And
then, after each one has recited his peculiar
deliverances and peculiar mercies, recited
them as by solo, nil the voices will comu
together In a great chorus, which shall
niako the arches echo and re-echo with the
eternal reverberation of gladness and peace
Kdward I was so anxious to go to the
Holy Laud that when he was about to ex
pire he bequeathed floO.OOQ to have his
heart after Ids decease taken to thu Holy
Laud In Asia Minor, and his request was
complied with. Hut there nru hundred:!
today whose hearts aru already in thu holy
laud of heaven. Where your treasures
are theru are your hearts also. John Hun
yau.of whom I spoke at the opening of the
discourse, caught a glimpse of that place,
and lu his quaint way ho said; "And I
heard ill my dream, and lo! thu bells of the
city rang again for Joy; and as they opened
the gates to let in thu men I looked lu after
them, and lo! thu city shone like the sun,
and theru weru streets of gold, and' men
walked on them, harps lu their hands, to
Mug praises with all; and after that they
I Mint up tho gates, which when I had seen
I I wished myself among them!"
At III n Kudu l-'iiiiiititln.
A nice party of girls went Into
stole. "1 will tieat," said
"Oh, no; you treated lasttlme," objected
Katie with thu curls.
"Say, Mln has never treated nt all,"
shouted some others.
"Well, go on," said Mln.
Tiieti they all smiled at unco at tho soda
"Lemon ft rawberry chocolate coffee
vanilla -me the same yes mo too!"
they said, hut they said it all at once, and
It sounded a gissl deal as till looks: "Lcm
onsraw chockberrycollln yestermu tooth
"Which said vanilla?"
This from the soda water man, who was
Just as calm as anything.
lted Hair had changed her mind. Then
they nil changed their minds and swapped
off choices, and they all said again:
"Cofiberrchockln lemon toovnnlllat
ter mln an sstts!" all at once. Mean
while ho had done a chocolate.
"Which lady takes chocolate?"
"Oh, 1 guess I will," said Mln.
"I think it's awful rudo to take yourself
first," Hid Hair criticised, with much can
dor and ill humor.
"Well, go on, tako it yourself."
"Mu? Oh, I don't, want chocolate, I want
"Well, who will have It?"
Nobody wanted it. Mill began to breathe
"You aru nil just as mean us you can be,"
"I am sure you should not ask us 'o
havustsla If you won't let us choose our
own choice," Hed Hair said with severity.
Then they all hollered together at each
other, and presently they flounced out. As
their voices died away up thu block and
silence settled over thu drugstoru thu soda
water man heaved a sigh and drank thu
chocolate, remarking pensively as he
wiped his chin. "This here trade's going to
ruin my temper." Philadelphia Press.
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No Slure Hi'iiilhi-uil Kit in .
We are again compelled toaunnuncethat
obituary notices will be charged for nt the
rate of live cents per line. Announcement
of death, not exceeding live lines, free. Wo
have given up much space, In these columns
to such mutters, and lu almost every In
stance neither the parties themselves nor
their immediate relatives havu over con
tributed a nickel to sustain this paper, di
rectly or Indirectly, Thosu who want
newspaper fiimu after death must make
arrangements for its publication or they'll
bu left. Townsend (Mon.) Messenger.
similes from triumphal arch mid oratorio I (op QUr j)0(,y) unknoWn to men, and to have
and everything grand anil stupendous.
Tho French navy have eighteen Hags by
which they give signal, but those eighteen
flags they can put Into sixty-six thousand
different combinations. And I have to tell
you that these standards of the cross may
bo lifted into combinations iuflnitu and
varieties tverlastlug. And let mo say to
young men who are after awhllo going to
preach Jesus Christ, you will have thu
largest liberty and unlimited resource.
You only have to present Christ in your
Jonathan Edwards preached Christ la
the severest argument ever penned, aiul
John Hunyan preached Christ in the stib
Hmest ailegory ever composed. Flward
Payson, sick and exhauited, leaned up
against thu side of thu pulpit and wept out
his discourse, while (Jeorgu Whltelleld,
with thu manner and the voice and the
no burial, If only Christ could say through
thu solitudes, "I will never Ieavu thee, 1
will never forsake thee." From that pil
low of stone a ladder would soar heaven
ward, angels coming and going; and
across thu solitude and tho barrenness
would comu the sweet notes of heavenly
DKATII OK Till: CllitlSTIAN.
Oordon Hall, far from home, dying in
the door of a heathen temple, said, "liiory
to thee, O fiisl!" What did dying Wll
hurdircu say to his wlfo? "Come and sit
jiesldu me, and let us talk of heaven. 1
never knew what happiness was until I
found Christ." What did dying Hannah
More say? "To go to heaven; think what
Hint isl Togo to Christ, who died that
might live! Oh, glorious grave! Oh. what
glorious thing It is to dlu' Oh, tho
lli,rsi mid It Id era.
Some day mi interesting articlu may bn
written on horses that havu made history.
Last month two hordes came very near
changing tho course of events In two em
pires. On May '.'7, as Lord Salisbury wan
driving down St, James street, one of tho
carnage horses got its leg over thu traceu
nud thereby upset the nervous equilibrium
of Its companion. Thu two then bolted
down the street and could not he stopped
until they upset thu carriage and madu n
general spill. Lord Salisbury was lifted
out of thu overturned vehicle, shaken but
uninjured. His hat, however, was smashed.
Had it been his head, what n difference it
would have made
lu Uermnny the young emperor's horsen
hnve run away with him once more, but
this time, beyond rushing over a hedge and
Heroes a Held they only alforded tho em
! peror an opportunity for the display of his
, "customary coolness" the episode had no
result. Had thu runaway team broken the
i emperor's neck what a prospect there
would have lured before Germany andKu
; ropul The heir to thu German throne Is u
child of ten, who but thuothrrday received
I Ids first commission In the German army.
Theru would havu been a regency with all
Its complications. Review of Reviews,
Hnpply mill Ileiiiniul.
Peddler Any tins, ma'am?
Housekeeper (Indignantly) Thoso tins
you sold me last week havu nil gonu to
Peddler Yes'm. I knew you'd
some more by this time. New
Mrs. Hlllus Mary, you needn't wnste
anr time dusting thosu balusters.
Domestic I thought ye, told mu Mrs.
Guuipiis wu. n-comlu the day fur a visit.
Mrs. Hlllus Yes, but her three little
Iniys aru coining with bur. Chicago Trib
une. lliforn mill After.
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a man of your uncertain prospects to
marry my daughter?
Suitor Yes; because if I married her,
you see, my prospects wouldn't lie uncer
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that all may sec our man v advantages In the way ot bulldimjs, equipments faculty, etc
wc will pay your car fare from your home to Lincoln provided you arc present on the
opening day of the fall term, Sept. iSyj Write for particulars.
Mend name and addresses of 'i'i youiiK people ami wo will sonilyoii choloa of thiol VlnoU
ruler, t'.ieniimiiotoror year's siiImtIiiIIiiii to our lllusinited ediieatloiial iiionthlj. UA.TA.
LOuOKdANDCntCUL.IW,KUKB. Address WM. M. CIWIAN, I'res.or
WESTERN NORMAL COLLEGE, Lincoln, Neb. w- ' iSnirnMnnr.
The llnVrt of Contruiit.
"I thought I was a wualthyyounginan,"
said Simpson, "until I thiew my fortune
at the feet of a Chicago girl. Then I dis
covered that my pllu appeared qultu
IJreoIi? ploral . Qoreruatory
Ignornut City Folk.
City Niece (reprovingly) Uncle Way
hack, why do you pour your coffeu into thu
kauccr before drinking it?
L'ncle Waybaek To cool It. Thu more
Kir surface you glu It, tlicuuicker It cools.
IKtless these 'ere city schools don't teach
much science, do thuy?" Nuw York
On lliu ltevr Order.
I know a ouiiU pair who uru wedili-d and
For It sometimes happens thnt wit);
Who rctlo each day with the wolf at the
For It sometimes happens that way.
Now If IliU weru u uuwlwo'd lliul thorn all
And 11 vim; on love anil a aui Hliil n bite:
Hut I'm sine that they uuurrel, utid Vo heard
that the lUhl
Woll, It soiih times happens that wsy.
Tluro once wsu insti with n mother-in-law
For it Mimi'tliiifs happens thnt wa
Whom ho dnlly subdued with a vigorous Jaw
Fur it Miiuetlliiea lmppelis thnt wn).
Though w e nil know the should hn e been say
huo hihI i;rhn.
And a glKnutlr terror who Unionized him, ',
Vet she 1 1 (ilh mis docile ami lucking lu vim
For It sometime happen that n. "
There once una n man who went toa'how"
For It sometimes happens that way
Though he wa Imldhended he took thu hack
It Miinetlnu-4 hnppous that way.
And he didn't iticAk home la fenr of hit life.
Nor, when iwkisl whore hu'd Im on, tell lie to
lu his netloushonw nois.ruloii for strife
For It Miuictlliiv lmppelis that way.
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Cut Flowers at all Seasons of the Year
l-Oll WRDUINOS, Kl'.NKIlAI.S ANl' I'AHTI KS,
A full lino of Oreenhmuo mil lit Mint MM int. d for free I'rlcoLU
t'lty order promptly tilled. lelephoneSlI,
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