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THE RED CLOUD CIHKF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, Al'RIlVaWlflW,
A DISCOURSE OF INTEREST TO- THE
! TABERNACLE THRONG.
Rev. Dr. Tlm jo Upon Life In Great City
( ami tho Lraion It TrachM Th Under
current or Lire-A riet, For to Sabbath.
? J??, fta Whcro Bro yon Acr of tho demolition, and this moment,
Iiih? Well," you say, "I nm going to If wo should pauso in onr service, wo
tako a long walk tip Broadway ami so should hear tho crash, crash I Just as lu
turn nrouud into tho Howorv. Inm i?o. Itlm lrHv c,,n-.nn -,, ...,.i t
Jing to study human life," Good A tho Ml "nt thu gato of tho cemctcrv
ii. Vir,0UK" J,ronway at 8 o'clock at , ringing nlinott Incessantly, so I found
night in intcrcflting, cducntlng, fascinat- ( that tho boll at tho gntoof tho cemetery
ing, appalling, exhilarating to thu last , where mined souls nro buried was toll-
PnAAtrt A 11 ft -
..wmiiii, j)th o. juororo no on
dlonco in tho world could irach ser
mon as JIot. Dr. Talmago preached to
day bo so appropriate on in tho Brooklyn
Tolwrnacle, whero it in estimated that
ICO, 000 strangers attend oTcry year. It
was n sermon that hnd for thorn a spo
cial interest. Tho text selected was Mat
thew xxv, 85, "I was a stranger, and yo
took mo in."
' It is a moral disaster that jocosity has
dcspoilodso manypossagoiof Scripture,
and my text is ono that has suffered from
Irreverent and misapplied qnotation. It
ahows great poverty of wit and humor
Wioii peoplo tnko tho sword of dlvlno
truth for n unmo at fencing nr chin nfr
from tho Kohinoor diamond of insplra
tion a sparklo to decorato a fool's cap.
My text is tho salutation in tho last
Judgment to bo given to those who havo
ehown hospitality and kindncn and
Christian helpfulness to strangers. By
railroad and stpnmhnnt Hin tvinnlnflnn nf
tho earth aro all tho tlmo in motion, and
rrom ono year's end to another our cities
nro crowded with visitors.
' Every morning on tho tracks of tho
Hudson Ilivtr, tho Pennsylvania, tho
Erie, tho Long Island railroads thcro
como passenger trains moro than I can
number, so that all tho depots and tho
wharves nro a-mmblfl and a-clang with
tho coming in of a greot immigration of
strangers. Some of them como for pur
poses of barter, some for mochanisni.
somo for artistic gratification, somo for
Bightsecing. A great many of them go
out on tho evening trains, and conse
quently tho city makes but llttlo impres
sion upon them, but there aro multi
tudes who in tho hotels and boarding
houses mako temporary residence. They
tarry hero for threo or four dayB or as
many weeks. They spend tho days in
tho stores and tho evenings in sightsee
ing. Thoir temporary stay will mako or
break them not only financially, but mor
ally, for this world and tho world that is
to como. Multitudes of them como into
our morning and evening sen-ices. I nm
conscious that I stand in tho presencoof
many this moment. I desiro ninro espe
cially to speak to them. May God givo
mo tho right word and help mo to utter
it in tho right way.
, BTKAN0F.R8 WITHIN THE OATES.
Thcro havo glided into this houso
thoso unknown to others whoso history
if told would bo moro thrilling than tho
docixflt tragedy, moro exciting than Pat
ti a song, moro bright than a spring
morning, moro awful than a wintry
midnight. If they could r.tand np hero
and tell tho story of their escapes, and
their temptations, and their bereave
ments, and their disasters, and their vie
torics, and their defeats, thery would lo
in this honso such n commingling of
groans nnd acclamations as would mako
tho placo unendurable.
Thero is n man who, in infancy, lay
in n cradlo satin lined. Out yonder is a
man who wmi picked up n foundling on
Boston common. Hero is a man who is
coolly observing this religious service,
expecting no advantago and caring for
iio advantago for himself, whllo yonder
is a, man who has been for 10 years in
nn awful conflagration of ovil habits, and
Iio is a mero cinder of a destroyed na
ture, nnd ho is wondering if thero shall
x in this service any escnpo or help for
his immortal soul. Meeting yon only
onco perhaps faco to face, Istrlko hands
with you in an earnest talk nlwut your
present condition and your eternal well
being. St. Paul's ship at Mclitn went to
pieces whero two was meet, hut wo stand
today nt a point whero a thousand seas
converge, nnd eternity alono can tell tho
iRHuo or ino nour.
Tho hotels of this country, for beauty
and elegance, nro not surpassed bv tho
hotels in any other land, but thoso that
nro most colebrated for brilliancy of tap
estry and mirror cannot givo to tho
guest nuy costly apartmout unless ho can
afford a parlor in addition to his loilg.
ing. Tho stranger, therefore, will gen.
orally find assigned to him a room with
out any pictures and perhaps any rook
ing chair. Ho will find a Ikx of matches
on a bureau and nn old newspaper left
by tho previous occupant, and that will
bo about nil tho ornamentation. At 7
o'clock in thoovening. after having tak
en his repast, ho will look over his mom
orandnm book of tho day's work, ho will
write a lottor to his home, nud then a
desperation will scizo upon him to got
out. You hoar tho great city thundering
under your windows, and you say, "I
must join that procession, " and In 10
niitiutes yon havo joined It. Whero aro
you going? "Oh," you say, "I haven't
uindo up my mind yet." Better mako
up your mind before you start Perhaps
tho very way you go now you will al
ways go. Twenty years ago thero were
two young men who camo down tho As
tor Houso steps and started out in a
wrong direction, whero thoy havo been
goiug over since,
STUMUS OF HUMAN LIFE.
"Well, whero aro yon going?" says
ouo man. "I am going to tho academy
to hear somo music, " Good I would
lino to join you at tho door. At tho tan
tlio orchestral baton nil tho cates of
nunnony nun beauty will open before
your soul. 1 congratulate you. Where
are you going? "Well," you say, "lam
going up to 6eo somo advertised pie
tures." Good. I should llko togoaloug
with you and look over tho same cata
logue and study with you Kensett and
Bicrstitdt and Church mid Moran. Noth
ing moro eluvating than good pletmc
W hero aro you going? "Well, "you say,
. ,' ' Kolng up to tho Young Mou'a
Christian association rooms." Good
You will find thero gymnastics to
strengthen tho muscles, and books to ini
prove tho mind, and Christian iiifiueuco
to savo tho boul. I wish every city iu
tho United States hod us Ann n nnin r.
Jta Young Mcu'fl ChrhUiaa association
degree. Stop in front of that theater
and sco who goes in. Stop nt that saloon
and sco who comes onf. Sco tho great
tides of lifo surging backward and for
ward and beating against tho marble of
tho enrbstono and eddying down into
tlio saloons, what is that mark on tho
faco of that debauchee? It is tho hectlo
flesh of otcrnal death. What is that
woman's laughter? It is tho shriek of a
Who is that Christian man going
along with a vial of anodyno to tho dy
ing pauper on Elm street? Who is that
belated man on tho way to n prayer
meeting? Who is that city missionary
going to tako a box in which to burr n
child? Who are all theso clusters of
bright nnd beautiful faces? They are go
ing to somo interesting placo of uinuso
Who is that man going into tho drug
storo? That is tho man who yesterday
lost all his fortuno on Wall street. Ho Is
going In for a doso of belladonna, and
before morning it will mako nodiffer--ciico
to him whether stocks aro up or
down. I toll you that Broadwar. be
tween 7 and 12 o'clock at night, between
ino uattery and Central Park, isau Aus-
term?!, n Gettysburg, n Waterloo, whero
kingdoms are lost or won and threo
worlds mliiglo in tho strife.
life's dark hide.
I meet another coming down off tho
hotel stops, and I say, "Where aro you
going?" You say: "I am going with a
merchant of Now York who has nroni-
ised to show mo tha underground lifo of
tho city. I am his customer, and ho Is
going to obllgo mo very much." Stopl
A business honso that tries to got or keep
your custom through such a process as
that is not worthy of you. Thero are
business establishments in our cities
which havo for years been sending to
destruction hundreds and thousands of
merchants. They havo a secret drawer
in tho counter where money is kept, and
tho clerk goes and gets it when ho wants
to tako theso visitors to tho city through
tho low slums of tho place.
Shall I mention tho names of somo of
theso groat commercial establishments?
I havo them on my lips. Shall I? Per
haps I had hotter leavo it to tho young
men who in that process havo lwcn do
stroyod themsolvcs whllo thoy havo boon
destroying others. I care not how high
sounding tho namo of a commercial es
tablishment if it proposes to got custom
ers or to keep them by such a process na
that Drop their acquaintance. They
win cnca you oeioro you get through
They will send you a stylo of goods dif
ferent from that which you bought by
sample. They will givo you under
weight Thero will lo in tho packago
half a dozen less pairs of susnenders than
you paid for. They will rob you. Oh,
you fool iu your pockets and say. "Isniv
money gono?" They havo robbod you of
somothing for which dollars and cents
can nover givo you compensation.
When ono of theso western merchants
has been dragged by ono of thoso com
mercial agents through tho slums of tho
city, ho is not fit to go home, Tho mere
memory or what ho has scon will bo
moral pollution. I think yon had better
let tho city missionary and thonollcn nt.
tend to tho exploration of Now York nnd
underground life. You do not go to a
smallpox hospital for tho purposo of ex
ploration. You do not go thcro liecnuso
you nro afraid of contagion. And yet
you go into tho prcsenco of n mornl Inn.
rosy that is as much moro dangorous to
yoa as tho death of tho soul is worso
than tho death of tho lxxly. I will un
dortako to say that nlno-tenths of tho
men who havo lwon ruined iu our cities
havo been ruined by simply going to oh
servo without nay idea of participating.
Tho fact is that underground cirv lifo is
a nitny, tuuiimr. reeking. tv.ut,mna
dopth which blasts tho oyo that looks nt
it. In tho reign of terror in 1703 in
Paris peoplo escaping from tho officers
of tho law got into tho sowers of tho
city nud crawled and walked through
miles of that awful labyrinth, stifled
with tho atmosphere and nlmost dead,
somo of them, when they camo out to
tho rlvor Seine, where they washed
themselves and again breathed tho fresh
air. But I havo to toll you that a great
many of tho men who go on tho work of
oxploration through tho underground
gutters of Now York Hfo nover come out
at any Seiuo river whero thov mn ivni,
u.i nm pollution or tlio moral sewage.
Stranger, if ono of tho representatives
of n commercial establishment proposos
to tako you and show you tho "sights"
of tho town and underground New York,
say to him, "Please, sir, what part do
you proposo to show me?"
About 10 years ago as a minister of
religion I felt I had a dlvlno commission
to explore tho iniquities of our cities. 1
did not ask counsel of my session or my
presbytery or of tho nowspapcrs, but
asking tho companionship of threo
prominont police offlclals and two of tho
elders of my church I unrolled my com
mission, and It said: "Son of man, dig
no ho wall And when I had digged
into tho wall behold a door, and ho said
go in and sco tho wicked abominations
iinn iiro uono ncre. And I went in and
saw and behold!" Brought up in tho
country and surrounded by much pa
rental care, I had not until that tiinoscon
tlio haunts of iniquity. By tho grace of
God defended, I had uovcr sowed my
"wild oats." '
I had somehow been n.l tn n
various sources something about tho in
iquities of tho great cities and to preach
against them, but I saw in tho destruc
Hon of a great multitude- of tho peoplo
that there must bo an Infutuatlon and a
temptation that had nover been spokon
obour, and I said, "I will explore." I
ww thousands of men going down, nnd
if there hod been n spiritual percussion
iiuswcriiig to tho physical percussion
tho wholo nir would havo been full of
tho rumblo and roar and crack and thun-
ing ly day and tolling by night I said,
"I will explore."
I went as a physician goes into a fever
lazareto to seo what practical and useful
Information I might get. That would bo
a foolish doctor who would stand outsldo
tho door of nn Invalid writing a Latin
prescription. When tho lecturer in a
medical colloiro Is donowlth liUleehiro
ho takes tho students into tho dissecting
room, nndjio shows them tho reality. I
went and saw and camo forth to my pul
pit to report a plnguo and to toll how
sin dissects tho lwdy and dissects tho
mind and dissects tho soul. "Oh, " say
you, "aro you not afraid that In conso
quonce of such exploration of tho Iniqui
ties of thu city other perrons might mako
I reply: "If in company with thu com
missioner of police, nnd tho captain of
police, and tho Inspector of police, nud
tho company of two Christian gentle
men, andiiotwlththosplritof curiosity,
but that you may sco sin in order tho
better to conib.it It, then, In tho namo of
tho eternal God, go? But, if not, then
stay away. "
Wellington, standing In tho battlo of
Waterloo when tho bullets were buz.ing
around his head, saw n civilian on tho
field. Ho said to him: "Sir, what are
you doing hore? Bo off!" "Why," re
plied tho civilian, "thero is no moro dan
ger horo for mo than thcro Is for you."
Then Wellington flushed un and said
"God and my country demand that I bo
here, but you havo no errand here. "
Now I, ns an officer in tho nrmv of
Jesus Christ, went on that exploration
and on to that battlefield. If you bear
a like commission, go. If not, stay away.
But you say, "Don't you think that
somehow tho description of thoso places
induces peoplo to go nnd see for them
selves?" I answer yos, Just as much as
tho description of yellow fever in somo
scourged city would induoo peoplo to go
down thero and got tho pestilence.
But I may bo addressing somo stran
ger already destroyed Where is he, that
I may pointedly yet kindly address him?
Como back and wash in tho deep foun
tain of a Saviour's mercy. I do not givo
yon n cup, or a chalice, or a pitcher with
a limited supply to effect your ablu
tions. I point you to tho flvo oceans of
God's mercy. Oh, that tho Atlantic and
Pacific surges of divino forgiveness
might roll over your soul! As tho ilori-
ous sun of God's forgiveness rides on to
ward tho mid heavens ready to submerge
yon iu warmth and light and lovo I bid
you good morning. Morning of penco
ior all your troubles. Morning of libera
tion for all your incarcerations. Morn
ing of resurrection for your soul buried
iu sin. Good morning! Morning for tho
resuscitated household that has been
waiting for your return. Morning for
tho cradlo nnd tho crib already disgraced
with being that of n drunkard's child.
Morning for tho daughter that has
trudged off to hard work becauso yo
did not tako care of home. Morning for
tho wifo who at 40 or CO years has tho
wruiKieu laco, and tho stooped shoulder,
and tho whlto hair. Morning for ono.
Morning for all. Good moruiugl In
uoU's name, good moruiugl
Ill our last dreadful war tho Federals
and tho Confederates were encamped on
opposite sides of tho Rappahannock, and
ono morning tho brass baud of tho north-
em troops played tho national air, and
all tho northern troons elinnrrwi n,wi
cheered Then on tho opposite sido of
tho Rappahannock tho brass band of the
Confederates played "My Maryland"
aud "Dixie," and then all tho southern
troops cheered and cheered. But aftei
awhilo ono of tho bands struck up
"Home, Sweet Home," nud tho band
on tho opposite sido of tho river took np
the strain, nnd when tho tuno was dono
ino coniederates und tho Federals all
together united as tho tears rolled down
their cheeks in ono great huzza, huzza!
Well, my friends, heaven comes very
near today. It is only a stream that
divides us, tho narrow stream of death,
and tho voices thero and tho voices hero
seem to commingle, nnd wo join trum
pets and hosannnhsand hallelujahs, and
tho chorus of tho united song of earth
and heaven Is "Home, Sweet Home."
Homo of bright domestic circlo on earth.
Homo of forgiveness iu tho irroafc Imnrr
of God. Homo of eternal rest iu heaven.
Homo! Home! Homo!
But supposo you are standing on a
crag of tho mountain and on tho edgo
of a prcciplco, nud all unguarded, and
somo ono either in joko or hato shall
run up behind you nud push you off. It
is ensy enough to push you off. But who
would do so dastardly a deed? Why, this
Is dono every hour of every day und ov
ory hour of every night. Men como to
tho verge of city Hfo nnd say: "Now,
wo will just look off. Come, young man,
do not bo afraid. Como near let us look
off." Ho comes to tho edgo nnd looks
and looks until, nfter nwhtln. ...,
snenks up behind him and puts a hand
on each of his shoulders and pushes him
off. Society says it is ovil proclivity on
tho part of that young man. Oh, no!
Ho was simply nn explorer and sacrificed
his lifo iu discovery.
a young man comes iu from tho coun
try bragging tltat nothing can do him
any harm. Ho knows nbout all tho tricks
of city life. " Why, " ho says, "did not I
recelvo n circular iu tho country tolling
ino that somehow thoy found out I wan
n suarp inisiness man, and if I would ,",,'
oiilvBnnil n -ivtniii ii. .. ... i 'neius,
mall or express, churces nrenntd. tlmv
would send n iiaekiigo with which I could
can't cheat ma I know -what I nm
nbout, " whllo at tho snmo time, that very
momont.Buch men nro succumbing to tho
worst satanio Influences In tho simple
fact that they aro uolntr to observe.
Now, If n mnu or woman shall go down
into n haunt of iniquity for tho pmposo
of reforming men and women or for tho
sako of being ablo Intelligently to warn
peoplo against such perils; if, as did
John Howard or Elizabeth Fry or Thom
as Chalmers, thoy go down among tho
abandoned for tho sako of saving them,
then such explorers shall bo God pro
tected, nnd thoy will como out better
than when they went in. But if you go
on this work of exploration merely for
tho purposo of satlsfvinir n morbid curl.
osity I will tnko 20 per cent off your
a perilous road.
Sabbath morning comos. You wako
up In tho hotel. Y'ou havo had u longer
sleep than usual. Y'ou say: "Whero nm
I? A thousand miles from homo? I havo
no family to tako to church today. My
pastor will not expect my presence, I
think I shnll look over my accounts and
study my memorandum book. Then I
uiuwrito a few business letters nnd
talk to that merchant who camo iu on
tho samo train with me. " Stonl You
cannot afford to do It.
"But, " yon say, "I nm worth -inno..
000. " You cannot nfford to do It. You
say, "I am worth $ 1,000, 000." Y'ou
cannot nfford to do It All you gain In
breaking tho Sabbath you will loso. You
willloo ono of threo things your Intel
lect, your morals or your nronertv and
you cannot point iu tho wholo earth to
a slnglo exception to this rule. God gives
us bIx days nud keeps ono for himself.
Now, if wo try to get tho seventh, ho
wm upset tno work or nil tho other six.
I remember going up Mount Washing,
ton, before tho railroad had been built,
to tho Tip-Top House, aud tho guido
Would como around to our horses aud stop
us when wo were crossing a very steep
and dangerous place, and ho "would
tighten tho girth of tho horso and
straighten tho saddle,. And I havo to tell
you that this road of lifo is so steep and
full of peril wo must at least ono day
in seven stop and have tho harness of
lifo readjusted and our souls ro-enuin-
.y . pu.uu u.ijHoi ino wecK nro
like seven business partners, nud you
must givo to each ono his share, or tho
business will bo broken up. God is so
generous with us ho has given you six
days to his one. Now, hero is n father
who has soven apples, and ho gives six
to his greedy boy, proposing to keep ono
for himself. Tho greedy boy grabs for
tho other ono and loses nil tho six.
now fow men there nrn wlm imnw
how to keep tho Lord's day away from
homo! Agrent ninny who aro consistent
on tho banks of tho St. Lawrence, or tho
Alabama, or tho Mississippi aro not con
sistent when thoy got so fur off as tho East
river. I repeat though it is putting it
on n low ground you cannot financially
afford to break tho Lord's day. It is
only another way of tearing up your
government securities and putting down
nm unco oi goons and blowing up your
store. I havo friends who nro all the
tlmo slicing off pieces of tho Sabbath.
They cut a littloof tho Sabbath off that
end and n littlo of tho Sabbath off this
end. -iiicyuo not keep tho 21 hours.
Tho Biblo says, "Remember tho Sabbath
day, to koop it holy. "
I havo good friends who nro qnito no
customed to leaving Albany by tho mid
night train ou Saturday night nnd get
ting homo boforo church. Now. tim
mny bo occasions when it is right, but
generally it is wrong. How if tho train
should run off tho track into tho North
river? I hopo your frieuds will not send
to mo to preach your funeral sermon. It
would bo on awkward thing for mo to
stand up by your sldo and preach, you,
n Christian man, killed on a rail train
traveling on n Sunday morning. "Re
member tho Sabbath day to keep it
holy." What does that mean? It means
21 hours. A man owes you n dollar. You
don't want him to pay you DO cents.
You want tho dollar. If God demands
of us 24 hours out of tho week, ho means
24 hours and not 10. Oh, wo want to
wp viguantiy in this country tho
American Sabbath and not havo trans
planted hero tho European Sabbath,
whioh for tho most part is no Sabbath at
all. If any of you have been in Paris, you
know that on Sabbath morning tho vast
population rush out toward tho country
with baskets and bundles, nnd "townrd
night thoy como back fagged out, cross
and Intoxicatod. May God preservo to us
our glorious, quiet American Sabbaths.
yju, strangers, wolcomo to tho great
city! May you find Christ here, and not
ouy physical or moral damage. Men com
jug from inland, from distant cities,
havo hero found God and found him in
our service. May that bo vom- men .
day. You thought you were brought to
this placo merely for tho purposo of sight
seeing. Perhaps God brought you to tills
roaring city for tho purposo of working
out your eternal salvation. Go back to
your homes and toll them how you met
Christ hero, tho loving, patient, pardon
ing and sympathetic Christ Who knows
but tho city which luisbeen tho desti no
tion Of 80 mailV lliav Jin vniit. ,,(,,-,,,,l .
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ward Stanley camo oloso up to tho fort,
loading his men, when n Spaniard
thrust at him with a spoar, intending to
destroy his life, but Stanley caught hold
of tho spear, and tho Spouluid iu at
tempting to jerk tho spear away from
Stanley lifted him up into tho battlo
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known factory in the world
cases daily. Its products arc
sold by all jewelers. It makes
the celebrated ?as. Boss Fitted
Watch Cases, now fitted with
the only bow (ring) which can
not be pulled off the case the
Oh,' thov , !!r wh0 fhM trcat y well, saying,
' ,Y "I was a stranger, uud yo took uw iu."
J. H. DAVIS & SON,
Loan and Iiiaurnrce Age its.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
OffloothD.F.Tnmkoy, Moou Block
We have lar.nt.f-ri in i?
Cloud and will h nl,.c
!LaV,e 1Leopl who (1(!sJro to sell
their farms to call and list
their lands with ub as we
nave eastern buyers.
Call and Bee us.
J. II. IAVIS & SO.
Tho Webster County Mutunl Proton.
', I Askyour jewelerforpamphlet.
Thus. Hodgson, Sac.
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