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, atr : 4araotgy, The Mrll
. vnlve lager petatleg to otto
, Jfanftlea? Carlet M Tertoaetag
, 'aw to all musto, tae, graceful Um
'fcll StWlator, ta let exeuUtt
lBHnir o! Hg.t and ahade ia .11
palaUnr, toe" of all clImeiesT the
dome' of all eathedral grandeur aad Umf
vjeroralloa of all antoadld Uuuin.
tweaty-rour letters, Md wbM Christ
comaattd Mantel! lo the fret latter aad
appropriated to himself all the
splendor that year .mb 'spell out either
to to, two Utters, aed, ell tke let
era Wtweea'them. "I am the Alpha
and'Ottegaifeebeirlu.lBg ' the
ad; the lrt aad the leal" Or, If .you
3P&ri.f ' T'
' iWa:it meaat " It' means, after
yoalmte piled af Alftae aa4 HtaMlajr
-an alUtaiet, the f lory of Ohriat' weald
haVet6'prea4lUlaffa aaddeaoead a
thoaaitti leafaee to teach thoee eaav
adta. FiUoa, a.Htgh ateaatala of Thee
'aalytOeia, a hlffh aioaatala, aad Olyai
puV;a'hli',aMUnUlMt bat wythblofjr
telle aa that when the taat iwarred
agaiaat ,ihf goie they filed uf theae
'three aMwatalaa, aad from the top of
then prbptNMU to aaale the heavem; but
the helffht waa aot treat eaoufh and
there waa a eeMpleta failure. Ap4 after
all the f iaate laalahand Paul, prophet
le aad apoetolM glanter Raphael aad
Mkhael Aagelo, arttatlo iaaU$ ehera
Mm, aeraphtai aad arohiafel, eeleatlal
flaaU-hare failed to climb1 to the top
of Chriit'e fiery they' might all well
unite la the worda of , the! text aad eayi
VHe that cometh froa above la above
Firat, Chrlat uat be above all elae la
wr preeealaiw There are a aaaay
books oahomtletloa aoattered throuffk
theeeuatry-Mat all laymen, a well aa
leryaMav Have made up their mlada
Tyaaiewiaoaa oaght to be. Thataermon
U moat effeaWal which aioat pointedly
puta forth Ckriat aa the pardon of all ala
ad iheeorreeUmi of all evll-iadlvldu-al,
eoetal, pollUoaU aatloaal.. There la ao
neaoa why We ahould rlaf the eadleaa
ahiafaa o a'.few phraaee. There are
rthoea who think that if aa exhortation
oradlaoourae hate frequeat mention of
jaaWfaatloa, aaaetifloatton, eevenaat of
worka aad eeveaaat ef raee, that
aharetora It muit be profoundly
raafeHeal, "while they are aua-
ptoloaaaf a dlaeearaa which preaeata
the, aame1 truth bat aader different
phraeeolegy. Now, laay there la aoth
lufiieall,theopuleat realm of Aaglo
fiaaeakw, of all the word treaaurea that
we t Inherited from the Latin aad the
reek aad the Iado-Ruropeaa, bat we
havaertfhi to parahal It la rellgloua
dlaeuaaloa. Chrlat aeta the example,
nia UlttMfetloaa were from the fraaa,
thalawera, Ue aptttUi the aalve, the
bara-yerd fowl, the oryatala of aalt.aa
'well aajfreea the aeaa aad the atara, aad
we de aMpropoee la oar Auaday aoaool
teaeMag aad ia our pulpit addreea to be
I know that there la a great deal aald
tat our. day ailaat worda, aa though
they were nothing. They maybemiji
weed,, but they have ah Imperial power.
Okaf are the bridge,, betweea eoul and
a.lMtweea Almighty God aad the
human rk. 'IWatlM Ood write upoa
thetableaofateaear Werda. What did
OirUk uiter.oa.MouatOliyett ,Worda.
OnwiaVdldfartil etrW the park
forltke UlUmliuMoaiof tke aaiveVaef
Ji! fMfti'' f? kt,"aad
light waa,'. Of course, thought ia the
cargo ead.werde are paly theahtpibut
bow. m i would our cargo get oa without
tbeehlpn;Wbnt you need, jay friends,
In all year work, ia yoar Sabbath school
laaa, la the reformatory institutions,
aad what we alaeed la to enlarge our
vocabulary when we 'come lo apeak
, tabout God ad Chrlat aid Hevea. We
ridh a few old worda to death whoa there
4a aueh illimitable resources. Shakes-
peare employed" la,aoa different worda
-fordramniUo parpoaea, Mlltoa employed
,Mt different worda tor poetic purpoeea,
RufaaChaate employed over 11,000 dif
ferent worda for legal parpoaea, but tho
attoet of net have less thaa l.tto werda
that we can' manage, less than , aad
that makea ua ao atuald.
When we come to aet forth the love of
Christ we are golag to take toadereat
Vhreeeelofy, wherever we lad IL aad if
f -rl rilifti ffiffitsm or
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. I u aaa aever beta used la that direction
before, all the more ahall we ua il
Whea we oeete to apeak of the glory of
Christ, .eeoaqueror, we, an gvlagto,
draw 'our similes from triumphal arch
ad oratorio aad every thing grand and
, aaaaaoae. ae rreaca aavy have
I;, mat tatoldd.aat different aamMaatloaa.
I aaye tq toU, y u Uat these atoad
arts nf thm arena tna llf.l li u
I ; IdailioaTl-irilv. and varleUeseverlaat.'
i; tav AaeV'leV me any to these youay
mJyT TTT r wcoiogwai
,-i-pa,. aaa r mwt awniw going lo
''?1 ami ill Tstinflilil ,vnu will k.. .k.
i'f Teialy have to preaeat Christ la7 year
iii-aa mr -
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argameat, aver peaaed aad
m areaeaea vans ia
ataMhtt Aalaf maTaafillailmhal aUfaalAffaal
mmmmmmmmam waaOTWamajaBBMBJt) amnmajgaam
iraaaaar taaBMlalt i
Kinm&imm pp '. " "
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ffepi,mJ5 "? '. "?
WhltelaM, with the aaaaW aad
voiea aad the eoattafaa aetor.
Whelsaed fcta aaMaaW. fa amaU ka
beea a drfferoat thtag If Jeaathaa M
Wards had triad to wrtaa aaJ 4taam
about the pilgrim's progress to the
eeleatlal eity.at John INnyan had at
tempted an eeaay oa the kumea wUl.
Brighter thaa the light, freeher thaa
tu faaaaklaa. m .. tka iu ,&
all theaa Oeepel themes, letsg has ae
awlody, ffewere have aa aweottiess, aaa
aet aky kas ao eolor eompared with tkeee'
glorious theatee. Theee harveeis of
graoe spriar -P aaleker thaa
wa eaa elekla them Kindling purptta
wiia saair am. ua aanaiimaa MtMkia
Uoaa with their power, llghUngapdy
lag bed with vthirfr glory, they are the
eweetoet vaeagbt ht the poet, aad they
are toe 'towt vhrilliag llltotraUoaa for
the oravariaM .they offer the meat In
tonse eeeae far the arwai, aad they are
totheambaaaadorof the sky alleathu
alssra. Complete pardon for 'direst
guilt, ffweetost eomfort for ghastliest
anaiea. Retoktaafc hmM' lam mIbmuI
death, Oraadest reaurreetlon for dark
O, what a Grospei to preach! Christ
overall In It Ilia birth, HI. aufferiag,
. luiravim, ui paraoiea,-nis eweaa,
His tears, UU blood, UU atoaemeat,
nia Intorceaeloa-what glorioua themes!
Do we exercise faith? Chrlat la Its oh
ieot Do we' have Intra? 1t'r(jn nn
Jesus. Have wa a foadneoe for the
church? It la because Chrlat died for
It Have we a hope for Heevon? It la
boeaueetJeauawent ahead, the herald
and the forerunner. .
. Tho roval rohn of rtumiiMiiB ou an
costly, ao beautiful, that after ho had
put it off ao one ever dared put It on;
but thia robe of Christ richer' thaa that,
mo poorejK ana the wannest and the
worst may Wear. "Whom aln almundnd
grace may much more abouad."
-u, my sins, my sins," aald Martin
IiUther to HUtinitl. "m altl m alnal
Tho' fact is that the brawny nerman atii.
dent had found a Latin lllble that made
aim quake; and whoa he fouad bow,
through Christ ho was pardoned and
saved, he wrote to a friend, navlna-i
''Come over and tola us trreat aad awful
sinners saved by the arraoe of Mod.
You aeem to bo only a Blonder alnnor.
and you don't much extnl thn
uierey of God; but we thnt have
beea auoh awful sinners pralso lllsgrace
the more now that wn havn fmoa rn.
deemed." Can It bo that you am so dea-
IMirately egotistical that you feel yourself
in Arst-raUi aolrltuel trim, and that from
tho root of tho hair to the tip of the too
you are ncarlese and Immaculate? What
you need la a looklnff niaaa and hem It
la In tho lllble.. Poor and wretched and
miserable and blind and nakid (mm thn
crown of the head to tho eole of the foot,
full of wounds and putrefying sores. No
health in ua. And then toko the fact
that Christ gathered up all thn notea
against ua and oald thorn, and then of.
fared us the receipt
An now much we need him la our
sorrows! We are ladenendant nf Mr.
cumatanoea it we have Ilia grace. Why,
He made Paul alng in the dungeon, aad
uauer un grace nc Joan from desolate,
Patmoa heard the blaat of tho anocalt.
tio trumpets. After all other candles
have been anuffed out thia la the. light
that goto brighter aad brighter unto the
perfect day; aad after, uader the hard
hoofs of calamity, all tho pools of world
ly enjoyments have been trampled Into
deep mire, at the foot of the eternal
rock tho Christian, from cups of granite,
Illy rimmed and vino covered, puts out
the thirst of hU soul.
Agala I remark that Chrlat la above
all ia dying alleviations. I have not
any aympathy with the morbidity abroad
about our demise. The Emperor of
Constantinople arranged that on the
day of hta ooronaltdn the atonomaaon
ahould come and consult him about tho
tombstone that after a while ho would
aeed. And there are men who arc
monomanlaeal on thn subject of depart
ure from thia life by death, and the
more they think of It tke leas they are
prepared to go. Thia la an unman) ineu
aot worthy of you, aot worthy of mo.
Haladla, the greatest conqueror of his
day, whUe dying, ordered that tho tunic
he had on him bo carried after his death
oa hla'apear at tho head of his army,
and that then the soldier, ever and anon,
ahould flop and aay: "llehold, all that
la left of Haladtn, the Emperor and con
queror! Of all tho states be conquered,
of all the wealth ho accumulated, noth
ing did ho retain but this shroud." I
have ao aympathy with auch behavior,
or auoh. absurd demonstration, or with
much that wo bear uttered in regard to
departure from thia life to tho next.
A thousand feet underground, by light
of torch tolling in a minor's shaft, a
lodge of rock may fall upon us, and we
may die a miner's death. Par out at
sea, falling from tho slippery ratlines
and broken oa tke halyards, we may die
a sailor's death. On mission of mercy
in hospital,' amid broken bones and
reeking leprosies and raging fevers, wo
may dlo a philanthropist's death. On
the Held of battle, nerving '(iod and our
country, slugs through the heart, the
gun carriage may roll over us, and we
may die a'patrlot'a death. Mut, 'after
all, there are. only two stylea of depart
urethe death.ot the righteous aad the
death of the wkked, aad we all want to
aie me termer, m
Qod grant that when that hour cornea
you may be home. You want the hind
of your kindred ia your hand. You
waat your ohlldrea to aurrouad you.
You waat the light oa your pillow from
eyes that have loag reflected your leva.
You waat the room still. You do aat
waat aay curious strangers steading
around watching you. You waat your
Kindred from afar ta hna.r nur lut
prayer, I thlak that la tho wlh of all
Butte that allf Can earthly friend,
hold ua upwhea.the billows of death
come up to the girdle? Caa humaa
yoloe-oharm open Heaven's gate? Caa
humaa head pilot ua through thenar-
w-- waattFw -weaai ay aaaafjarf
Caa aay earthly friendship ehteld us
niwa di ummid laatA flaanMbJe'ea aHahAj
rvta ae arrow. 01 aeaia, ana in tae
hour whea iataa ahall practice apoa aa
his Infernal archery? Ko, no, ae, aot
Abut poor soul. If that ia alt Hotter
die aa the wilderaeaa, far from tree
fthadvwaad from fouatata, aleae, vul
Ursa etrcllaf through Ue ek waiting
fcr the body, aakaew da mea, aad to
have ae burial, if oat? Chrlat eaaM aay
thvaaffh the atrlitudeai "I will aever
leave thee, I will aever feraake thee."
Trom that pillow Of etoae a ladder would
ear haareaward, hagele eeaaiag aad
goiag; dad aorees the solitude aad the
berreaaees would cease the awaet aotee
of heavealy minstrelsy.
Oordoa Hall, far from home, dying la
the doer of a beathea temple, aald;
"Olory to Thee. O Ood!" What did
dying Wllberfofoeaay to his wife? Coma
aad alt beside me aad let aa talk of
Hvea. I aever kaew what bappiaeaa
uaMDI found Chrlat" What did
ig IUnaak More aay? "To go to
ffeevea,' tklak what It 1st ,To go to
Christ who died that I mia-ht livel a
glorioua gravel O, what a glorioua thlagtl
UMtoaiei o, the love of Chrlat the
lore of Christ!" What did Mr. Toplady,
the great hymnmaker, aay la his last
hoar? "Who can measure the depth of
the third heaven? O, the auaahlae that
Alls my soul! I shall aooa be goae, for
surely no one eaa live la thia world
hfter auoh glories aa Ood haa aalfeatod
to my eoul."
What did the dying Jaaeway. aay? '1
caa as, easily die aa close my eyea or
turn aay head la sleep. Before a few
houra hare paased I ahall ataad aa
Mount f Ion with the one hundred and
fory d fear thousand aad with the
Just men made perfect aad' we ahall
ascribe riches, aad honor, and glory,
and majesty, aad dominion unto Ood
aad the Lamh." ,Dr. Taylor, condemned
to burn at the stake, on hla way thither
broke away from the guardsmen and
wont bounding nnd leaping aad Jumping
toward tho Are, glad to go to Jesus and
to die for Him.
Hlr Charles Hare, In his last moment
had auch rapturous vision that ho cried:
"Upward, upward, upward!" And ao
great was thn poaeo of one of Christ's
disciple, that he put hla fingers upon
tho pulse In bis wrist and counted Hand
observed it; and so great was hla placid
ity that after awhile he aaldt
"Ntoppcd?" and bis life had fended here
to begin In Heaven. Hut grander thaa
that was the testimony of thn worn out
missionary whea, in the Maruartlne
dungeon, ho cried: "I am now ready to
be offered and the time of my departure
la at hand; I havo fought tho good fight
I havo finished my course, I have kept
the faith; henceforth there la laid up
for me a crown of righteousness, which
tho Lord, tho rlghteouM Judge, will glvo
mo In that day, and not to mo only, but
to all tknm that lovo Ilia appearing!"
Do you not boo that Christ Is abovo all
In dying alleviations?
Toward tho last hour of our earthly
residence wn aro apocdlag. When I sea
tho sunset I nay: "One day lcwi to live."
When I see the spring hloHsonis scat
tered I say: "Another season gone for
ever." When I close this lllble on Hah
hath alght I say: "Another Sabbath
departed." When I bury a friend I aay;
"Another earthly attraction gono for
ever." What nimble feet the year
have. The roebucka aad the llghtnlnga
run not ao fast From decade to decade,
from aky to aky, they go at a bound.
There la a place for ua, whether marked
or not where you and I will Bleep tho
last sleep, and the men are aow living
who will with aalema tread, carry ua to
our resting place. Ay, It la known la
Itoavea whether our departure will be a
coronation or a banishment
Brighter thaa a banqueting hall
through which the light feet of the
dancers go up and down to tho sound of
trumpeter, will bo the aepulcher through
whoso rifts the holy light of Heaven
streameth. Ood will watch you. He
will send Hla angola to guard your al um
bering ground, until, at Chrtat'a behoat
they ahall roll away the stone.
So, also, Christ la above all In Heaven.
The lllble distinctly saya that Christ la
the chief theme of the celestial ascrip
tion, all tho thrones facing Ilia throne,
all thn palm, waved before Hla faoe, all
the crown, down at 111. feet Cherubim
to cherubim, seraphim to seraphim, re
deemed spirit to redeemed spirit shall
recite the Havlour'a earthly sacrifice.
Stand on some high hill in Heaven,
and, In the radiant sweep, the most glori
ous object will be Jesus. Myriads gat
ing on tho scara of his suffering, la
sllenco tint afterward breaking forth
into acclamation. Tho martyrs, all the
purer for tho fire through which they
passed, will aay: "This la Jesus, for
whom we died." The apostles, all the
happier for the shipwreck through which
they went will aay: "Thia Is the Jesua
whom wn preached at Corinth, and at
Cappadocla, and at Antloch, and at Jeru
salem." Little children clsd In white
will aay: "This I thn Jeaua who took
us In his arms and blessed us,
and when the storms of tho world
were too cold and loud brought ua
Into this beautiful place." The multi
tudes of the bereft will .ay: "Thia is
the Jesus who comforted us whea our
heart broke." Many who wandered
clear off from God and plunged Into vag
abondism, but saved by grace, will aay:
"This Is the Jesus who pardoned us.
We were lost on the mountains aad He
brought its home. Wo were' guilty, and
He has made us white aa enow." Mercy
boundless, grace unparalleled. And
then, after each one haa recited hla pe
culiar mercies, recited them aa by nolo,
all the voice, will come together Into a
great chorus, which vrill make tke arches
echo and re-echo with the eteraal re
verberation of gladneaa and peace aad
Edward I. waa ao aaxlous to go to the
Huly Land that when he waa about to
expire he bequeathed laft.ooa to have
his heart after hla decease, takea to tke
Holy Lead la Aala Mlaor, aad hie re
quest waa complied with. But there
aro hundred, today whose hearta aro
already la the Holy Lead of Heaven.
Where your treaaarca are, there
are your hearta also Qualat Jeha
lluayaa, of whoaa 1 apahe at the
opening of the discourse, eaawat a;
glimpse of that place, aad la hie qualat1
way he said; "Aad I heard tnmy dream,'
aad lot Ue holla of Ue city reag agala'
for Joy; aad aa they opaaod Ua gataa to
let la the mea 1 looked la after them.
aad lo! Ue city ahoae like Ua eaa, aad
taere ware atreeta ef goad, aad aaea
walked ea Uem, kerpa U their haada,
to ring aratoaa withal, aad. after that
they Uat ap Ue gatoa, wateh whea 1
' Question -Whtoh la the beet State for
Aaawer New ham, euro.
Q. Which Is the best far aa early
A. May ina.
Ia which ahould argeoae dwell?
Which furnishes the beat writera?
Ia which ahould laundrymea
Ia which da lmaudeat
Which is the beat for deer haat
Collar a doe.
Which ia the boat to atoal a walk
lag atlok in?
A. Cane took, ah!
Q. Which la the bast for lockamltka?
A, New brass key.
Q. Ia which would you look for mora
A. Day coat ek I
Q. In which ta one likely to fall ia
getting a drink? '
A. Miss a sip,
Q. In which eaa you
A. Florid A.
Q. Ia whloh does the bustle make
A. Ill o' noise.
Q. In whloh is one likely to lose Ills
A. I'd a hoe.
Q. In which can ono acquire an estate
A. Mary land.
Q. Which would be tho most use.Ji
la tho event of another dolugn?
A. New (Y) ark, of course.
q. In which is onelettorof tho alpha
bet taller than tho others?
A. O higher.
q. In which aro bodies of land sur
rounded by water glvon n rido?
A. Rode Island.
q. Whloh Is called to your mind by
beholding two IA bills?
A. T n I see.
q. Which would a woman rather
have if sho can't get a now seal skin
A. New Jersey.
q. Which does tho farmer's wlfo
mention when shu ask. you to partake of
A. Take saw. Pittsburg Chronicle
SOME WISE SAYINOl.
Tka Kind of I'kllMoithy That Can be Ap
piled to Kvary Day AWtlr.
Ilellevo nothing merely to bo popular.
The quickest way to do two things la
to do ono thlug first.
One of man's worst onoralcs is ho who
lives only for himself.
Homo men are like greon apples la a
boy, work most when down.
One old stand-by as a friend Is better
than an army of unknowns.
Politic, do not aim to heaven nor glvo
thought la that direction.
In accepting a present alwaya accept
with 't the motive of the glvor.
Lot every one enjoy his own belief
till you can educate him Into a better
That day la best spent la which the
most is accomplished for the good of
others. ' ,
Few am tho men who darn te'il why
they married the woman they aim to
A man ha. tho right to Judgo hlmsoll
by what he does regardless of tho opinion
Every person desirous of quarreling
can easily catch on and bo made still
The man who eaa not quickly and
quietly control himself is aot fully com
petent tp control others.
The one who gives us new thought
Is better to us thaa the oae who gives
oaly material preaeata.
The more we do to add to the hsppl
aesa of others the more auaahlae aad
contentment cornea to ua.
Almost any man can dread to attempt,
aad there are those who caa perform
while tho other ta dreading.
Whoa a sick msn is able to grumble,
growl and wrangle ke ia able to get up
and do his owa chorea at least
Thought is tho pioneer and action It
servant who gets there or la left aa he
I aotlvo or lasy aad Indifferent
Never mind the righteous, aa they are
all right Tho sinners and sufferers are
the ones who should have our love and
our effort to upbuild Into better condi
tions. As care and attention to a garden la
rewarded with choice flowers and fruits,
ao the care, lovo and attention given to
wife gives uscholco children and happier
homo. Poincruy'a Advance Thought
A GREAT PAINTING.
Maw tka Orlglaai ttSstlae Mattoaaa Waa
VaatM aad atalaa.
Mrs. Lelaud Stanford, of California,
haa obtained permission of Emperor
William II. to have a copy made of the
Slstlne Madoans, of the Dresden gallery.
She intends to place the pkture la aa
art gallery of the ualyoralty erected to
the memory of her son. The only coa
dlttoa Ue Emperor makea ta tkat he may
choose the copyist It will he remem
bered, saya aa exchange, that thia fa
mous picture haa hitherto oaly beea
produced from memory Mho the Oeae la
the Harbarlal palace at Rome, it beiag
against the wlahea of the princely
family that an actual copy be takea.
The rersoa for this objection is dated
from a atory Uat became current la
Borne ehortly after Ue death ef Guldo,
A veuag artiat ef much talent aad
Unnual nnuUlJ altW tk& MllknJI
of the great painter, made a copy of the
Beatrice ao precisely Ilka the original la
color, form aad expreMloa Uat it wa
impossible evea for aa expert to tell the
one from the other. One night he vie-
itea tae uaraariaa paiace ana sua
tltutod hla owa picture hw Ue etigtaal
with the IntoaUoa of bewllderlag U
auaitc. Tae rut
bile. The rue waa ao sacoissful i
It haa aever. aa gaaa Ua
actually atscovered wbeUer Ue woriu
tamed portrait ia genuine, altaaagh Ua
Ue eeayiat aehaawledced Ua feaad. aaA
eelarird. after tareete at torture, whtaa,
waa UeisWa aad watoh hex owa.-. .
AalaliMHan tahiiisii atoaaaaay atoaw
The pretty litUa village ef Aaveraler
i He oa the lake ef Jf eafebetol. aad aet
far from the tows of Ue earne aaaaet
aad here it wa that ae woituaaa ra
eaatly diaoevered tomb of the eaeteat
lake dweller. The dead were aatther
Urowa iato the lake aor harmed, bat
were buried, aoatethlag ia the laahloa
of ether people, oa dry lead aad ia tombs
else to their lake village. This tomb
1 at Aaveraler waa fouad about all feat
aadergroaad, la a hard gravel aad elay
af Ue lake shore. It wa built ef heavy
lab of graalto set ea edge, aad covered
with alaba of the name character. There
wa ao stone in the bottom of Ua vault
Imply graveL The tomb was aearly
ala feet deep, a little over Uree aad a
half feet wide, aad oaly Ive feet three
iaehe la leagU. There were' tweaty
akeletoaa ia It aad how ae aaaay bodice
eeuM have, beea buried la ao email a
plaee la a mystery. The hortaes of
Ue tomb mast have made It aeeeaaery,
aales the people were dwarfs, to double
the bodies together, or elae stand them
on their feet One of the alaba compos
ing this old tomb waa of Moat Blaae
granite, and although a foot UMk,
fell to piece oa being un"overed.
Tkere was also aa entrance to tula asp-"
alcher, built of rock alaba similar to the
tomb Itself. Thn relic found with these
bodies consist of a aeeklae of bear'
tusks, beads of beam' aad wolves' teeth,
a oelt or hatchet of serpentine, and two
or threo bronse rings, plna aad bead.
Thia wa probably the burial place of
oae of the first families of the lake
dweller, for certainly act every oae
could bring great graalto alaba from far
off Mont Blanc to build a tomb with.
The antiquarians place the building of
tbla dead-house at the croon of the atone
ago, whon bronse waa Just beginning to
be known aa an article of luxury. Re
cently still other tomb of tho lake
dwcllnrs have been discovered at Mont
reux and elsewhere, but aaldo from the
methods of burial, they throw ao aew
light oa thn life and times cf their occu
pants. Tho only aafo conclusion to ar
rive at la that nearly the whole of
Switzerland, for centuries and centuries,
and at a time of which history takea no
account waa sottlod by a numerous, In
dustrious, and partly civilised people,
who for their own protection adopted
the practice of building their homos In
tho waters of tho lakea. Thia sort ef
life luHted almost to the tlnio of Jullr.i
Cienar, when It was gradually given up,
the people of the Alps changing their
abode, from the water to tho dry land
on the ndvance of civilization. S. II. M.
Byers, in Harper's Magazine.
ChrUUaalty aad CMIIi.tloa.
Show mo a spot on this planet tea
miles square where a decent man can
live In decency and comfort and security,
supporting and educating his children
unspoiled and unpolluted, where man
hood la respected, woman honored and
human llfo held In due regard, and
when skeptic, can lad auch a place
where the gospel of Christ haa not first
gono and cleared tho way aad laid found
ations, and made decency aad security
possible, and then It will bo la order for
the skeptical literati to move thither
aad there ventilate their views. Jaasea
aiatliytag to Alt.
Thehtirh position attolaed aad the uat
Trttl ateanceaBd approval of the pleas
ant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of rigsVaa
toe value ef the qualitlea on which 1U sue-
?".!. '," nd abundantly RratUjlac
to taa California Fig Syrup Company.
Aa economist is often a man who eaa tell
every body else how to economise without
being able to do It himself. -Texas 81ft-
Tnan, Miss., Oct la, lata.
Mteers. A. T. SuALLaxaaaaaa dt Co.
Bocheater, Pa. 0ni.-The bottle
ef BhalitHherger'aPUlasaatme In February
last 1 gave to w. o, Anderson, of thia
Jitace; a long ataadlag case ef caiUoaad
ever. Be had tried every thing knowa
without any permanent good, la lea. than
ton daya after taking your Aatldoto he waa
sound and well, aad haa goae through
Ua entire season without aay return. It
areata to have effectually driven the Mala
rious poise from hla system.
Yours truly, V. A. Axoaaaoa.
Most of us worry over our trials, but the
lawyer wersy if they haven't any. Yonk
eraatateamaa. . X bat looked over Ue list of tagrcdleata
la Bull a Harsapartlla aad havo no bestte
tton in pronouncing It a safe compound that
promise well In dT.sai to which it is ap-pliaahle.-U
Y. YaadeU, M. IX
.vT?,,ii!?el 1UP" work on the prieciato
Uat nothing Buoceeda like dUU-KK
Always avoid harsh purgativopilla. They
rat make you sick and then leavo you con.
etipascxL Carter 'el4tUe Liver 1111 rrarulato
the bowels mid make you well, Des,oae pUk
Tns collapse ef a reel tat boom oaly
."I"" "S, token eat
of the aaiea-Blnghamtoa RaauhUcan.
Don't Iato mm ward tar tea sand
f Dobbins Klcctrio Boa. Uot mm n
your grocer, aad let It toil you Ms aa-nator
aaxt Jroitok aad be geraed by that,
faudaraad. Remember DtkMmT tOnri
"Noratxe la harder to bear than a lea-
W Pair. Cue wchool ef AaaMed
?.""." aaaw pnara oa
neat aaaiey , VMweuaa, o.
a i i -
A waa waa Heaea for fame
arouaa uvaiy to spears u.
Oscea a BtoAaMsam-TlM IrrUatfoa
whieh laducea roughlag tmatedattaly ra
tters by the - -- TgrjiiiflHl
Cwea aa ateAasuaav-The Irritattoa
yeu far a tool
X rwraaer aheaM B)aiM Aay
awwAi,tM)r vatawgws 01 ran
. afewMTTewetT ( t ITWaWtyea
M Mato-a ? at atoraaeuad aadtarl
hi toffi Jaffim wm
ljjgftflfjg hf asyar-
Uti Isra vfelitt
Mete of Ohio
ohto, ra., tarn
FOR QINIRAL USE.
wMamaeaasttewiiiimil H t
iOBM P. aUmafom
J WOMEN U
3 tana t-mm m Jl
3 welt, ess do to with the
2 expenditure of very little
money, if they are willing "
to do a little pleasant work g
evenings. The money can
be earned, or s silk dress
a will be given In exchange
2 for work if desired.
We oflfer special induce- fe
ments to agents for some 5
S special work just now. An &
2& unusual opportunity to .
2S make money. 1
Cwns Tmnrnmi Cav,
SS rsJUadraU.ra. 41
On raralst I Sonata .Uaiaa wa wlU I
raail tSa lollowfaa vsIbsbi arualiMt
aat In af Pan laaaaal I tsaat.
aawf awawl I f awaTaafs( 4 ( aW laaaaVaw
aa aat a! raaaaa Pajaaar ha iCaaa.
ejar aawJav S affasTSasraTl Vaamffaaaw aVt i4 sjaaaWaVaf
If jroa h.T araaMon to ata TsasliB ta mmj fanra
araajralloaeeaploufr (aaulna gooda aalaaar
anal aacaaaaa. A arasi aianr dnuaaaai
to aanaatakaranuiMka VAaBEIBlal
RutaaarUaat. Natarrtald loiarn twroaaMoa.aa
a Afcla la an laiuthia wlUoat valaa aad wal
nntirraraa lb raaalt rnn aiaact. AtwoMW
boulanf niaaaaai Vaaartaa la aul MBllnaaa
st Ua canu.
taint car aaaa b ai Ma Mai.
CkstirMti MmtictifaX Cupiaf.
td Stoto Street.
sHuau faa rAMa-jf 1
wOLD MiPat, PAait, IWa.
W. BAKKIl dt CXX
It akfaf Mlafg jmrw aaai
ai taal ta m anatMata. a at
MasMa saat .M h ,
araatanttV aataa hat aa taa aa
a taa. U la Silhiat. aatataaaa,
sad ssrtata wur. BMlTal'S
raitka SMALL Stxau mil Naaa lata at.
ft.L T??? ? !"" sua attsaaa.
!' Shm." St. Lai
It mninmluahU remedy fimr
SICK HEADACHE. T0RHO
UVER. DYSPEPSIA. PILES.
AND ALL BILIOUS WtCASO.
MADt WITH SJQIUNO WATUt
MAOC WTTM SCMLHvS WUL
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