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MENDING THEIR NETS.
Dr. Talmage Discourses on
Fishing Por Souls.
The MwhM or Kett Often So Large That
If may Soals Escape CeBBlcU or Work
en the Caue of Much Trouble
What la Needed.
In a late sermon at Brooklyn Her. T.
DcWitt Talmape paid his attention to
the theological disputes which are agi
tating the churches, and gave some
practical advice to both parties, llis
text was Matthew, iv. 21: "James, the
bon of Zebedee, and John, his brother,
in a fchip with Zebcdee, theic father,
mending their nets." lie said:
"I go a fishing," cried Simon Peter to
his comrades, and the most of the
apostles had hands hard from fishing
tackle. The fisheries of tho world
have always attracted attention. And
if the time should ever come when the
immensity of the world's population
could not be fed by the vegetables and
meats of the land, the sea has an
amount of animal life that would feed
all the populations of the earth and fat
ten them with a food that by its phos
phorus would make a generation brainy
and intellectual beyond anything that
the world has ever imagined.1 My text
takes us among the Galilean fishermen.
One day, "Walter Scott, while hunting
in an old drawer, found among some
old fishing tackle, the manuscript of
his immortal book "Waverly," which
lie had put away as of no worth, and
who knows but that to-day we may
find some unknown wealth of thought
while looking at the fishing tackle in
the text. If you are fishing with a
hook and line and tlsc fish will not bite,
it is a good time to put the angler's ap
paratus Into "heller condition.
waMojIarfe thai something snapped
Or if you were fishing'with a net, there
was a mightj' floundering of the scales
or an exposed nail on the side of the
1 r feiQ which bfolte"ome ofTtho threads
(I f tjrt let part of jlfefcaptivcs of tho lioep
f- ispnpe into tllclrnatural element 2jTovv
I r l'T F'''0 again 'nd again reprp setts
f X v J fcariltian workeR,.ks fishers of men,1 all d
wo arc all sweeping through the sea of
humanity Rome kind of a net. Indeed,
t -tle.re hnvc boon onotigh nU out Hnd
enough Fishermen busy to have landed
r the whole human race in the kingdom
I I 5 f Wf (lotl'long ' before 'tlilsT What is the"
matter? The (ios-hiI is all-right, and it
has beenj a jgood .titac Sobrcafuh$ug:
houls fortlibnianas hi years. "Why,
then, the failures? The trouble is with
the nets, and most of 'them need to be
jjynidoiL I propose to show j'ou u hat is
- hlic "matter with most of the nets and
how to mend them. In the text old
Zcbedec and his two boys, James aud
John, were doing a good thing when
they sat In their boat mending their
The trouble with many of our nets is
-iliutf the meshes uro too large, if a fish
can get his gills and half his liody
through the network, he tars and
rends and works his way out and leaves
the place through which he squirmed a
tangle of broken threads. The lllble
weaves faith and works tight together,
JtW,luw,Hud tho Gospel, righteousness
Jt Sand a forgiveness. Dome of our nets
f grave meshes Bo v ide that the sinner
" "'finals In and out and is not at any nio-
uicnl caught for the heavenly landing.
We let raen,aftcr they art; oneo injthe'
gospel net escape Into the world nntl
go into indulgences and sn im,all around
Ottlilc ftxtfn tiorth side 'to south hide
nndfrom east side to "west side, expect
ing' tnat tlicr iivtii come back again.
' Wef oupht tnf tdSkc il eapy for them to
get Into the kingdom of God ami, as far
ws wc can, make it impossible for them
to get out. The poor advice nowadays
to many is: "Go nnd do just ns you
did lefore you were -captured for God
f anjil lFeifetu The -netwns not intend
ed to be any restraint or any hindrance.
"What you did before 3'ou 'w.exo a Chris-'
tian. do now. Go to all si vies of.
amusement, rend all the styles of
books, cnjfaaaGrin' allvthc" styles of be
lmvior an before yon, were converted."
And w through these meshes of per
tearing lhc"nct'asthcy po.'hhd soon all
the soula,JAw expected to land in
m- Ueavca ae
t the dqcp apa i
ind laiity they wriggle out Oefonun aupie-oa lac nuaoiogy tnat
i this bnanlaff mittiint opening, serarthsfslnj wlicnB ac- sjU enters.
Cn. iv.. Unv It. nr.lia,.lr in . .VUhlJUS Child IS SICK Willi SCarlCt 1CV
""" "" iv-t" -- r-r -"... ... . . . .
of the world. I I V - I , nf"liiioy nt college has got into dl
M 1 th
JL verbiage when It talks about self-denial
.....i..-L..u L.Li,;-: oraea and he has had business troubl
l.l.te uiWi' . .1. i... u-
and keeping the IkmIv under and .about
wnlklng the narrow way and entering
tJie straight gate and nlnuit carrying
the cross? Is there to le no way of
telling whether a man Is a Christian e.-
jfeat VjJhis talcing the communion chnl-
'ice i oft Karramentalday? Iftyamanbo
ns reckless aliout his thoughts, about
f hia words, alnnit his temper, -about his
1 T'lamnseairats, nlout hrs dealings after
his conversion as lvfore conversion?
" Onelmlf thc"gospel nets with which Ae
have Wen scooping the ?ca have had
net would have kept in. The only nse
vl n net is tq keep the fish from going
back to w'herc tlrey were before and
biking them where tliey could not ha-c
. been taken by any other means. Alas,
that the words of Christ are so little
heeded when he said: "Whosoever doth
not bear his cross nnd come after Mc;
cannot bely disciple." Tho church is
fast becoming as bad. as the world, and
i wheri'lt gets as bad as the world it will
be worse than the world by so much as
It will add hypocrisy pf a most appall-
" ing.kind to Its other defects.
Furthermore, many of our nets nre
'torn tonpieccsrby, being- entangled with
other nets. It is a sad sight to cee flhh
brmau fighting about sea room and
pulling in opposite directions, each to
get his net both nets damaged by the
struggle and losing bii the fish. In n
city like this, oi more than FOO,000 there
nre at least 500,000 tint in abbath
fssnoibfe or eharehetLC And in this land
. where" there nre 'more than 64,000,000
people there are at least SO.000,000 not
in the Sabbath schools and churches.
And in this world of more than 1.400,
000,000 there nre at least S00.000.000 not
hi schools and churches. In such an
AUatatioceam of opportanlty there is
rootn'ar all the ncte and boats and ill
ChrfishVrmen and forntilHortb ttiofe."
There should be no rivalry between the
churches. Ivsch One does a work pecu
liar to itself. There should be no rival
ry bctwedb ministers. God never re
peats himself, and he never makes two
ministers alike, and each otie has a
work which no ot!ler man in the uni
verse cam aaeomplish. If fishermen are
should be kindly and gentle conducted.
v .-wieit-wideJiiesbes that they have
I U ictn Joaecrs ly-thcTushiug out
J 'j-0 tMe wHirld'jof lofco wluim a tigl
.-v y. jWisc-they will notallow Jheir netsJto
ILi Le seitanile-orlaf thet Io aecidafctaUT
OStiiedLthe work Jbf aair"ti
There are cities in this country where
there is now going on an awful rippiag
nnd rending and tearing- of fishing nets.
Indeed, all over Christendom at this
time there is a great war going on be
, tween fishermen, ministers against min--i,l
Now I have noticed that a man can
not fish and fight at the same time. He
either neglects his net or hW musket
It is amazing how much time some of
the fishermen have to look after other
i fishermen. Its more than I can;do to
At East IIamp!on,"L. I., where I sura-
t ' . l"rPe'' 9t:On'theblnfrssomemcrningwe
ijf 'sttj'the-'fiags hp; andihatis tlic signal
for launching out into the deep. For a
mile the water is tinged with that pe
culiar color that indicates whole
schools of piscatorial revelry, and tho
beach swarms -with men with their
coats off and their sea caps on, and
those of us who do not go out on the
wave stand on the beach read jr o-rc-joicc
when the boats come bacxaaat
ohx excitement wc nufc iatotba -water
with our shoes on to adp get the .boats I
up me ocacn ana we ail lay nola the
lines asd pull till wc are redin the (afcey
muu. e iub living inmgs, oiitne, necj
come tumbling In on .the sand I cry out:
"Captain, how many?" Arid he-answers:
"About 50, DOO." And w ehputrto.le
late comers: "Hurrah. 50.0001" We
must have an enUiusiam 5pe Afajel
JiKO vnai xi we are over pa take tha, hu
man race for God and Ilcavcn. - I
O, brethren of the ministry! Let us
spend our time in Ashing linsteaalof
.fighting. But if I angrily, Jerk royiet
across your net, and you jerk your "net
angrily across mine, we will soon Save
two broken nets and bo .fish. Te
French revolution nearly destroyed Jthc,
French fisheries, and ecclesiastical war
is the worst thing possible while: haul
ing, souls into the' kingilv- JJjr
friends, I notice in. the toxt. thai flamca,
the son of Zebcdee, and.' TJ Dim, ibis
brother, were busy not nacndiag, some
body else's net, "but mending their own
nets, and I rather think thatT we jwho
.are-engaged in iCbristian-tvprk jlnj- this
lallerliir qt tjie iln5leth, century
will require all our spare time to mend
our own nets. r
In this work of reparation we need
to put into the nets more threads of
common sense. When we can present
religion as a great practicality we will
catch a hundred souls where now we
catch one. Present religion as an in
tellectuality and we will fail. Out in
the fisheries there are set across the
waters what are called gill nets and
-the -fish - put- -their- heads- -tbnmghr ifoe
meshestandlhcn caxinot withdraw them
Twcajjrthay arc caught by the gills.
- Jint gill nets cannot lcof any service
in religious worlc Men are nCier
caught for the truth by their heads;! It
is bytha hear-o aot-atyr i
ment efcr ftattcf a Mas feitlftio
analysis' ever oilit)a fciahliiito ilie
kingdoi offjol. llearf fokJ hot head-
work. iAJvirifh ofcrf kill nets!
Sympathy, helpfulness, consolation.
r. . - x --. , -r "
love, are the names
threads that we need
love, are the names of some of iJthcJ
e need to weave m (tnrji
nets when wc
Do. you know t
licaft Is bursting wfthtroblJc, and
i.. .v w TT r r T
11 1 .. ,l.. .'l...S l If .tjrC n.l J '-A 4l...l. 1.. !..,...
vuu vuuiu mnnc iiiui wonu iHMieve uiaiT
tUc religioa 01 Jesus Christ is a soavtyiug.
ohinlpoEcneci The whole world would
surrenddr to-morrow, yea, would eur-
... .. . ... ...
rendcr this hour. Tho dy before
James A. Unt'ficld W-as Innuciirated as
president 1 wls- in the cars fcolng from
Richmond to Washington. A gcntle-
manAeutetl next to me in the cars knew
me and we were soon In familiar con
versation. It was just after a.bereave
miil hmTl was,pcaldijg",to him from
an overburdened heart about the sor
row I was suffering. Looking nt his
cheerful "face 1 said: "1 guess you
have escaped nil trouble. I should
judge from, rour countenance that
you hnvc cbuic through free from all
misfortune. ' Then he looked at me
with a look I shall neveciorget and
whispered in my car: "Sir.fyou know
nothing about trouble. Mjj wife has
occn in 'nn jnsauc asyiuniyjor uiieeii
years.,H oiul Ihenilie tnriwad'and lookoc
out of the window and into the night wi
a silence I was too overpowered to
break. !Th"t wn ariaiheri illustration
of the fact that Ho one escapes trouble!
Wheuyuu are innding your net fbr
this wide, deep sea of humanity, take
out that wire thread of criticism anal
the horsehair thread of harshncsH am
put in a solt silken thread of Christian"
sympathy. Yea, whctl you arc mend-':
Ing your nets tear out those old thread
tf gruffness and "weave in a fev
threads of piditeness and geniality. In
thehouso of: GoL lei :dl the Christian!
, ! j, ...
laces ietim wmi a iook inni means
wcleoine. Sa- "good morning' to the
stranger as he enters your pew and a
the close shake hands with him and
iuy:.Vtllow did you like tho music?"
Why, vou would be to that man a
panel of the door of Heavnou would
honicond he has juslhcard by telegraph
and is so honie&icu he can nanny Keep
from cry i np. usl oile word of brotherly
kindness from you would lift him into
a small heaven. I bavc in other days,
entered a pew iu church and the wopianj
at the other end of the pew looked at
me ns-m-ch ns to say: "Iow dare you?
Thit Is my. piw- and I pay the rent for
It!" Well, 1 crouched at the other cor
ner and made myself as small as pos
sible and felt as though I had been
stealing something. So there are peo
ple who have n sharpedgcto thcir re
ligion and they act nsUough they
thoiurlit most people had tcin elected
. j to bcdammed"uklHlcy.weTXeclnd.pi it
r. Tl.obictikjyfcijijeio ihw(
me nv iar oiu nun men ici it urop cenv-
ly-down and keep it gently rising and
falling with'tmj waters, and not pUsagV. '
j. iti... ..t -t .i.'i i
iv iiku u Jiiau-vi- ui n. kiioui i (Vtt
ubruptne.M and. narsuuess ot manajw-i
lUUsl be avoided in our attempta-ut
usefulness, lltnow" a, man living in.
Xew York who -is mjiCc sunshiny; aad
genial when he has "dyspepsia than
when he U nol ufTcj"lng froiil ihd de
pressing trouble. 1 have found out fjis'
secret When he starts out in the nagra"
ing with such depression Tie asks foe
special grace tolccep from snapping up
anybody that day 'and -prifs'forth ddi
tional dctrmlnatloil id be kindly and
genial, and by the help of God he! ac
complishes it Many of our nets "need"
to be mended in these respects, the
black threads and the rough threads
taken out and th bright thread and
UlG golden threads of Christian genial
ity woven in. In addition p this wc
aught toraeadat!rfDatsf with 'more
thrcads'of patfcnca. $
Into ill our nets we need to weave
all along the edge and all through the
center great long, stout threads of
Christian patience. How patient God
has bwn with usl Caa wc not ba pa-ticjrtvjth-oaTrfeows?
If we all had
baarfeaf avfnfalhr what would be to
ttspaadbkJ MIs A- not delightful
that I can sing so well?" said Jenny
Lind, in a burst of joy that she could
help others. "Is it not delightful that
I can sing so well?" And might we not
all say in thnnhfulncss to God: "Js it
not delightful that wc can sympathize
with others, and encourage others, and
help-others, and save others?"
r- Again, in meadiac oar Beta we need.
KalaS: to put ia thelkreads, of 5aith and
l&earjrat a" t)KXaM3a)fes of un
belief. Our work is successful aceoro
ing to our faith. The man who believes
in only half a Bible, or the Bible in
spots, the man who thinks he can not
persuade others, the man who halts,
doubting about this and doubting-about
that will be a failure ia Christian work
Show aie the man who rather thinks
that the garden of Eden may hare occn
an aUegory, and is tnot quite certain
but that there may be another chance
after death, and does not know whether
or not the Bible is inspired, and I teU
tou that man for soul-saving is a, poor
stick. Faith in God and in JcsusChirst,
and the Holy Qhost and the absalahe 1
necessity of a rogonera ted heart ni0
der to see Qod ia peace, is one thread
Thntmanis a thmr?atid tnilcs from
you must hare in your mended net, or
never be a avecessial ftafetr
With more than the certainty of a
mathematical demonstration, let
start out to redeem all satioata. The
rottcnest thread that yon are to tear
paA qi your net is unbelief, and ike
nosyimportant thread that yon are to
put ?n it is faith. Faith in God, tri
umphant faith, everlasting faith. If
yoypan not trust the infinite, the holy.
,"the omnipotent Jehovah, whoa caa
you&ruht? O, this important work of
mending our nets. If we could get our
nets right we could accomplish more is
"soni saving In the next year than we
iyivt,. in the last twenty years. Bat
jrhjKA: shall wc get them mended? Just
vfXstn old Zebcdee and bis two sons
mended their nets where too are.
'Jwncs! why don't you put your oai in
Lake Galilee, or hoist your sail and
land at Capernaum, cr Tiberias,
or Gadara, and, seated on the bank,
mend your net? John, why don't
yoU.go ashore and mend your net?''
3 tiicy sat on the guards of tho loat
or at the prow of the boat or in the
stern of the boat and they took up tho
I thread and the needle, arid the ropes
radthe wooden blocks, and went to
work, bewing, sewing; tying, tyinz?-
wcaving, weaving; pounding, pound
iug; until, the net mended, they push it
off in the sea and drop paddle and hoist
sail, and the cutwater went through
amid the shoals of fish, some of the de
scendants of which we had for break
fast ;one morning while we Averc en
camped on the beach of beautiful Gali
lee. James nnd John had no time to
go ashore. They were not fishing -for
fun, as you and I do in summer time.
It was their livelihood and that of their
families. They mended their nets,
where Ihcy were, in the ship.
"Oh," says some one, "I mean to get
my net mended, and I will go down to
thcpnbiie-library, and J will see what
the scientists, say ubout evolution and
'abput 'the surjriqf h fittM,' and I
Tkill read up wrlYrfWhe thaoaf ians say
about "advanced thougfr& jTwill leave
flitt alitn iivliHI nnd f rll Ma ;hnn
io aiitrt -ftiV'tticretlll liy-cct is-' amended.
jo keen! J$f fkany( bVttthdErand you will have
-nonci-MftT. insicinr uz incur iiuipina
van mead rourTiet tuev will steal the
a -- .. .. . - .-
ptdCcsTIiat remain. Hotter stay in tho
gospel boat where you have all tho
means for mending your jiet What
Mu'i. dojyiapki L' all you
necdjrou have where yon arc;namcly,
rr'MiMi atirl n nlacc to nrav. Tlie more
iWyon study evolution, aud adopt what Is
caucu uuviiucuu iuuuui v"u L"Ttrtv-
i. .'''..f. n .
loyl you wilf le. Stay-in the ship aud
mend your' net- Thit Is where Ja-nes,
the soil of Joebcdee, and John, his
hrolher, stayed. That is where all .who
get their nets mended stay.
I notice that all who leave the g-spcl
boat and go ashore to mend their nets
stay there. Or if they try again to fish
they do not catch anything. Get out of
the gospel loat and go up into tho
world to get your net mended, and you
will live to sec the day when you will
feel like the mnn who, having forsaken
Christianity, sljrhcd: "1 would give a
thousand pounds to feel as 1 did iu
1S20." The lime will come when you
would be willing to give a thousand
pounds to feel as you did in lb!'l. Thcso
men who have given up their old re
ligion cannot heji) you a bit His my
opinion that the most of those ministers
tto gave up the old religion, are in
h of notoriety. They do nut suc-
djn atlractinjrmuch attention. They
ibiB.tired of obsnrity. They must do
g4a attract attention, so they
aw-oa xne ueacu, ana go
the turning nets ln-
rfaigri tHME them. The staid old
Gjjiioa io r which they belong
W . ' ,- - .. ...
ajiaSTWy tnein cnougn atiention uy
the pal nits so they go to
wiflfafkad breakrthe church windows.
ijJTheae-dear breihren of all denomlna
tfe, mfB!ct& with Ihcological lldgcts.
iiraavaeucc (f ixomcntiin new innicau
bfbfakbi them, lteforc they break
np the bid religion and try to foist on
lus'aaew relieioa let them go through
:aoTaagreat sacrifice for God that will
prove;- thcaa worthy of such a work,
.taking the advice of Talleyrand to a
man who wanted to upset tho religion
of 'Jesus Christ nnd start a new one,
wfeeB lie said: "Go and bo cruciGed
anil'thcn raise yourself from the grave
the third day!" Those who propose to
mend their nets by secular and
skeptical books are like a mnn who
has just one week for fishing nnd six of
the days he spends in reading "Isaak
Walton's Complete Angler" and
"Wheatlcv's Hod and Line" nnd
"Scott's Fishing in Northern Waters"
Slid "Pullman's Vnde Mccum of Fly
t 'ishing for Trout" and thert on Satur
day morning, his last day out goes to
the rler to ply his nrt but that day the
fish will not bite aud late on Saturday,
night he goes home with empty basket
and a dbappointcd heart Meanwhile
a man who never saw a big library in
his life has that week caught with an
old fishing tackle enough to supply his
own table and the table of all his
neighbors-and enough to salt down in
4viTtf1c.-fnr 4ha Inner wlntor that will
sooacome in. 4
as! alas! If, -when the Saturday
of our life 4roaa on ns, it shall be
that we have spent our time in
iHea of worldly philosophy try-
lacr toiaeod our nets, and wo have only
W-fewf seals to report as brought to (iod
taroajifcv our instrumentality, while
sMaLvhaatblc gospel fisherman. - his
ljt$fyalaLup of a Bible and aa al
ihllhHC, shallTCOBie laden with the re
MUts, hLstrophlcs the souls within fif
teen" miles of his log cabin mcottsa;
But do not
spend your time
and line. Why
d id t suit
James, the son of Zebcdee, sit ont the J
wharf atana, his feet hanging over
he lake and with a long polo and a
worm on the hook dipped into the wave J
wait for some mullet to swim up and be
caught? Why did not Zebedee speed
his afumoou trying to catch oneeel?
Xo, that workwas vo slow. These
men wcrc'not "mending h hook and line,
they were mending their nets. -
So let the church of God not be -content
with having, hero one roul ana
next month another soul brought 3aU
the kingdom. Sweep all the seas Jfith
net, scoop nets, seine nets, drag acts,
all encompassing nets, and take the
treasures in br hundreds and thousands
and millions, and nations be born ia a
day, and the hemispheres quake with
the tread of a ransoming God. Do yon
know what will be the two most tre
.mendons hours ia onr heavenly exist
ence? Among the quadrillions of age
which shall roll on, what two occasions
will be to us the greatest? The day of
oar arrival there will be to ns a
the two greatest The second fgrcat-v
est I think, will be the day-w&ea
we shall have put in parallel linea be
fore ns what Christ did for ns and what
we did for Christ the oat so great the
other so little. That will be tha oaly
embarrassment is Heavea. My Lord
asd my God! What wiH we do and
what will we say when, on ose side are
placed the Saviour's great sacrifices for
ns and our small sacrifices for Hfca; Hia
exile. His humiliation. His agonies oa
one band and our poor, weak, insuffi
cient sacrifices on the other. To "make
the contrast less overwhelming let ns
onicklr mead onr nets, and like "the
Galilean fishermen may we be divinely j
helped to cast them oo the right side cx
theship. The' first panoraata
London in 1TS7.
was shows ta
WAranrcTSK, May 22. AttwMvt
Geaeral Miller was faCorasc
by Solicltor-Geacral Taf t of the
a &in Dirgo, Cat, of bis father, cx-At-',
taraeyGeneral T. Alpiionso TafU who
was also secretary of war under Prat
dent Grant asd represented the Cnited
'Stats at tkexoorte of Russia and Aus
tria. "-a -'&-
'Orders were JAiaajMq drape the war
department and tk4MartaeBt of jas-
ce buildtii-t Bsbarnhjg "for thirty -
days, ana to cioepoin aeaartaaeata oa
the day of the f uaerah r. ,,--
The remains 4 es-Attorney General
Tail will be brought-to Claaaaaii fc
Jildge Taf t was born b Tosvnshcad.
Vt. ovembcr 5. 110. Me was a grau
uate of Yale- He was 'admitted to;1e J
bar In 1535 and practiced law In Cincln
Rati for some years: In 1, waW
defeated lot congress byGeorge JH.J
Pendleton. From IK to 1BJ2 bewaa
a judge of the snperiqr, conrt. of Clp
emnatL and in 1S75 was defeatea
a candidate for nominatioa fer-far
ernor of Ohio, on
account of an
orinioa he-Oeiiverrd-4rm.thc 4jeaehJ.accallh.pf literature. modern, libraries
oa the qarsuoa ot me uinic ib inc
public schools. Afterward his decision
was ilfianimously confirmed by the su
preme court of the state. He became
secretary of war March 8. lTn, on the
resignation of Gen. ltelknsp and In
May following was transferred to the
attorney-generalship, serving to the
eloe of Grant's administration. Judge
Taft was" appointed Unite A .States min
Istcr to Austria April 'M, 1SS2; two years
later he was transferred to Kussla,
where he served as minister until Au
gust, 1SS3. lie was a trustee of the
University of Cincinnati irom its foun
dation, and from IW to IbVi served on
the corioration of Yale, which gave
him the degree of LI I).
TO INVESTIGATE IMMIGRATION.
A CnmmUtlan Appointed to Vlult Europe
on llehsir of the Government.
Washington, Ma- 22. Secretary
Foster has appointed a commission
composed of cx-Conirrcssman Charles
l -. . . - .
II. urosvenor. oi Olno; ur. alter
Kmtii1r. the mitral I'locrt on lnsnnitv.
! and Mh 1'owtlerlv, a "brother of T. V.
I 41 1 . . T...l.T- Um.
j'owueny, io prucecu io rurojr; aim in
vestigate the immigration problem.
The commission will sail about the
middle of June. Prior to its departure
the commission will devote some time
to studving the character of the Immi-
grants who come to this country and
' land nt the port of New York. The
Commission is instructed to devote spe-
Iciai attention io uic countries oi souin
fcrn Europe and to ascertain the reason
:for the outpouring of people from
. . ... i .. ...... .t.
tpourlng oi ieo
those countries to the United States,
the character of the emigrants, the
financial aid furnished them by mu
nicipalities whether criminals and in
digent emigrants or sent here 13' the
sanction of the state or municipalities
and all information on theaubject that
will enable the United Htato to frame
j laws to prevent undesirable emigration
into this country, or to stop It ontirely.
RESULTED IN A DRAW.
Th PrUe Fight Iletween Jim Corbet t
HAS I'kascIsoo, Jlpy 22. No pugil
istic event ever occurred on tho coast
that created more interest or excite
ment than the great heavy-weight'bat-tle
between Jim Corbett of San Fran
cisco, and Peter Jackson, of Australia,
which was fought at the gymnasium of
the California Athletic club last night
The purse was a large one, a total of
$10,000, of which S1,.T00 went to the
loser, lioth men were in excellent
form and the weights, as near as could
be obtained, were Jackson, 117; Cor
bett 1&". Corbett plaj-cd for Jackson's
wind from the start, the Californian's
cleverness in dodging was exhibited in
every round. After the thirty-fifth
round Jackson lcgan toyally, although
there was little fighting, loth trying to
gain strength. From the forty-second
round to the fifty-seventh round there
was nothing done. Tho crowd was
getting impatient At the end of tho
sixty-first round the referee declared
the -men could fight no longer and. de
clared the fight a draw. They had fought
for four hours, both men being very
weak. No decision was given as to the
THE MISSOURI CYCLONE.
The KHIim! anil Injured Ilj the ItecefitTer
nadn In Andrmln County.
MEXICO, Jlo., May 22. The latest re
ports from the fearful cyclone which
passed north shrough the conntry six
miles north of this city Wednesday after
noon show thit the dead aud seriously
injured so far as known are as follows:
The killed Docrger's six-year old
son, instantly killed; frightfully man
gled, lloston Kunklc, blown against a
wagon and instantly killed. William
Rogers, a farmer, killed. John Crane,
a farmer, literally blown to pieces.
The injured: Miss Gertie Fletcher,
skull crushed, fatally hurt; Caleb Nor
rls, son and daughter, all seriously hurt,
bruised and limbs broken; Mrs. Caleb
Norrls fatally hurt; Mrs. Emily Seal,
f atilly injured; Docrger's thirteen-ycar-daughter,
fatally injured, fearfully cut
and bruised; Mrs. John Doerger, scri
oasly, probably fatally, injured; Wil
liam Yostmeycr, wife-baby nnd little
daughter, all seriously at and bruised:
John Hoergar, cnt ahaat head, Itody
aad arms, hurt interaatty H. C Hunt
spine fractured, fatallyJtajnred.
At some of the plaeaa Tisited it looks
as though it had literally- rained dead
horses, bogs, chickens andxeese.
SeereMrx lUalee'a CnHtloa.
New Yokk, May 22. Dr. "Dennis vhv
ited Secretary Blaine early this morn
ing. JHe foand his patient resting
quietly after a most comfortable night
If the weather permitsa -a day or two
&cretary Blaine will bo taken out for
a drive to test his, strength.
, WW pf wart, Bat.
ATCHisoc,"Kan-i May 2i Wcdnc
day night and jesteraaj; a-hcavy raia
extended as. far .west as the Colorado
state line ahd'nerth'elcafo Omaha.
The -water fell steaSily aad went into
the ground. Atchison coanty farmers
say the rain is a goad thing at this time
'Th(N Mea KMa My UCtalag.
ATUUerA, GaJtay 22. About 10
o'clock thiare -waai sharp -display of
lightning aa thiaJajpioo. , laJDougherty
coanty while William Morn was driv
ing into Alhaay both- aian and horse
were killed. In Bibb eoaaty Warren
Jackson while walking ihroagh his
attoaraaki waastrackaad killed. Near
j 1 Tagalo. John Ash while sitting in his
aataway leu 'aaaa zrooa a ugaiauaa;
, Jaatea Fqrartv, tha wall kaown base
alLplayer.ViCdat Philadelphia of coa
saaiptiosu; Hawa 36 years of ae aad
aiabiaaa aaimLoa jlage.jCaL
Eev. I. H-Eaadltoc; -of Homestead.
Pa, atelagije" Io the'Baptiat coarrea-
tion,"waTdlled wlile paaslar a baild-
xcg'in 6jafai'e?f -repairs oa the coraar of
Fourth and TvlmHt; Ciaciaaati, a larf
atone 'falliag Irosa the tyrd stery aa4
striking him, on tjacbeia, ' " . ,
I. rt.sw-kl aUFoHsa-scWi-Vaas
B34e,-k.ia Mj tha..disooaary that the
color oilkraiSel-oxyBea k a bright
blae, reseaiblina"taat of. the sky.
United Stales GeoloraS W. P. Jcaaer
fcQ iatahcaket ahfatTty feetaottmJ
4 a shait at Aurora, x.o aaa waa aoc at
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Mbhvia4atl frka the richest vlaodt
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1 77 t LZ.','tt '''iV. .
to do i
k- at the
xiar at u
student mav Te L surroundW ty all the
anora and yet wunstana me ierapwf
tion ta?rad ertvythlag that comes in
his way, confining hiranclf to such Imok
as will Improve his mind, and giving
to these close study. Hut he is tempted (
st all tiaies to overindulgence in read
ing, which Ls.jut as purely injurious to
lhcta3aid.aAyrcrUvlidxace in eating is
injurious to the stomach. The paral
lelism goes further. The poor boy
brought np with coarse food, and no
more than enongh, sufficiently clad yet '
exposed tc the weather, become a
strong, hardy-man. 1 lie boy wun in
irary1atew rentrlcVd to a few good
books; reading them at some sacrifice
nnd obliged to tudy theui closely be- .
cause he, has nothing else to turn tn, be
comes utrong mentally. He lias not
merely read the books, he has avsimil
atcd hethBf hi lie has found in them;
they haTe beconw a part of his mental
ity. It is for this reason that men who
have apparently had few opportunities,
for mental culture sometimes surprise
the world by their Intellectual power if
not by their learning. The lesson tothose
who have many looks and many sources
of MnAv lMl4iard to .find. Literary
studies abiMild be carried on dellU'ratc- .
ly, not with" the purpose of covering a
great deal of ground, but with the pur- j
pose of making sure that everything
possible is known of that which has
Iteen gone over. A liberal education in
letters might be obtained from a study
of the Ulble alone. A very few books
by great masters would suffice to make j
one familiar with all of the principal
forms of. Utarary expression, provided j
they were chely studied. IL-ading In .
the ordinary sense, carried on as is eun-)
tomary in our day, when lwxks are so j
plcntifuk'SseanK a mere skimming over
the pages to gather the story that is I
told or the principal thoughts that mny
lie expressed in the essay or review. It
ends where study should In-gin. The
poor boy with only half a dozen cher-
ished volumes, who. with that small
library, "educated himself." was in fact
forced to adopt the, methods of reading
and study which are now approved by I
those i ho have given most thought tj
the subject Ualtimore Sun.
The Angela llell-ltlncer.
Wren, traveling' in the forests of
Guiana and Paraguay , it is not uncom
mon to meet with a bird whose music
greatly resembles , that of an.Angelus
bell w.hca beard from a distance. The
Spanish call this singular bird the lell
ringer, though it mny lc still more ap
propriately designated as the Atigelus
bird, for, like the Angelus 111. it is
heard three times a day morning, noon
and night Its songs, which defy all
description, succeed one another every
two cr three minutes, so clear and in
such resonant manner that the listener,
if a stranger. Imagines himself to bo
near a chapel or convent (ut it turns
out that the forest is the chapel nnd
the bell a bird. Tho lwauty of the An
gelus bird is equal to his talent; he is
as large as a jay and as white as snow,
besides being graceful in form and
swift In motion. Bnt the most curious
ornnmentof the Anrelns bird is the
tuft of black, arched feathers on it
honutifnl head. This tuft is of conical
shape and about four inches in length.
Farm and Fireside.
Wife (looking over the paper) Here
is a long .obituary notice of some man
I never heard of. I wonder who he was.
nusnsnd The 'editor of the paper,
probably. N. Y. Weekly.
This Is a ad word whon taking leave of
tho bcloVfd,"n.-it hen IlnMetfr's Hlotn
arh Hitter ennhles tis to ny it to an
attack of liver complaint, It Is by no means
sad, but dedddlyjollv. Similarly. If the
preat tonic alterative relieves from tlyK?p
slaor kidney trouble wc cxjwrienrc joy
Malaria. rheuBiatisRi and neuralgia aroalso
tenauis which this remedy dUpo scshcs.
"Ix practlclnic the banjo," writes the
teacher, "don't fet dlacounured, That
wlac. Voa can aafelv leave that for the
peraoaa who have ta lliteo to you. N. Y
Yoc hardlv realiie thatit i mrtHclne.xrhrii
takinir Carter' Little Llvpr Till. thc are
very mall; no bad effects'all troubles from
torpid Liver are relieved by their use.
"1 that you have ahaved your rb!
feera." aald bfykena. So." rcplfetl Smantr.
"I have ahaved ay fare. Washington
Maxt little ehlldrcn owe thir mod health
in Ur. John Hall Worm Destroyers 51cc
Mammas to cive them uch nice candies.'
Tbk iraa who doesn't UVe the hnroan rare
was heard to remark : "This world miput
he a fleeUhf abov bat it has a mips; poor
cempaoj." Wasblng-ton 8ur.
kaxs ss crrr. jj a.
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"How no yom P-ei ttii4 nomine, (.ua
ohief "Jwfiua waa. .. ci.V. A
even a nlrfccf- lnr.ne ttrece. A
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rcrhaps you do not Inilievc these
statements coucernin Green's Au
gust Flower. "Well, we can't make
you. Wc can't force conviction in-
to yonr head or nied-
Ooub tinff icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomao. want to. The money;
13 yours, and the
misery is j'ours; and until joa arc 1
tviUing.to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, j:??1
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says (
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
hirty years of.ie and of a naturally
years jiast she has lecn stifTerinf
from Dvspepsia She
that she could not sit
Fvarv Mnal. down to a meal but
she had to vomit it j
ncnnn n ;lie had eaten it. Two'
t.A..1.. Afaimt. A ......i. 1 l-l....- tl.M
cured her. after man v doctors failed.
She can now cat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Ijpep5ia, she does not
know that She ever "had iU '
V SALT RHEUM,
thee nnd every klndrrxl tlUrjwe nrMnj
from linnure blood nucxtiluHr treat
Hunt nc-cr-fallis and Ut cf oil tonics
IVoV oi Dlood aud Skin
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Ti- Swift Specific (
faaf tta aiati knaartaal araus Hia
aataanhaay is lk LIVER. hw itlailaa,
aratfly aerlarm IU luactltat fhe tatfe
triitm bacctnes drraaaea; Ttif MAIN.
KIDNEYS. STOMACH. tOWELS. alt rttiita
taatrfaraithalfwtrk. DYSPEPSIA. CO
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ailha iiaariitSicaa44 b3IN iBacaaa
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aai KIBHYS.an4T itsaiJIaaaacjH-arik
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