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The "emancipation from Homo"
movement spreads apace und gathers
power In eactern Europe , assuming
proportions which make it an object oi
serious concern at the Vatican. It has
extended to 323 localities in Upper and
Lower Austria , Bohemia , Styria , Mo
ravia , Corinthia and Silzburg. Its
converts are numbered oy thousands
and so far the church has found no
means of checking it , and its symptoms
are tnose of a new reformation.
The cotton crop Is estimated by the
statistician of the bureau of statistics
to be an unfavorable one.
It is poor charity to give the crust
that Is too hard for your own teeth.
Your clothes will not crack if you
use Magnetic Starch.
The biggest lights are net always the
Sympathy and sincerity gives the
open sesame to every heart.
Vigor just as good aswhen I
bought it. " J. C. Baxter ,
Braidwood , 111. , Sept. 27 , 1899.
Aycr's Hair Vigor is certainly - '
tainly the most economical prep
aration of its kind on the market.
A little of it goes a long way.
And then , what you don't need
now you can use some oilier
time just as well.
It doesn't take much of it to
stop falling of the hair , restore
color to gray hair , cure dandruff ,
and keep the , hair soft and glossy.
There's a great deal of good and
an immense amount of satisfac
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$1.00 a bottle. All
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TALMAGES ? SERMON.
TALK ABOUT WOMAN'S USE
There Arc Dangerous Aluromonts or
Trap : * Tlmt Blugt Kvor Bo Avoided
"SIio Shall Bo Called AVomau"
Gen. II : 23.
God , who can make no mistake ,
made man and woman for a specific
work and to move in particular
spheres man to be regnant in his
realm ; woman to be dominant in hers.
The boundary line between Italy and
Switzerland , ' between England and
Scotland , is not more thoroughly
marked than this distinction between
the empire masculine and the empire
feminine. So entirely dissimilar are
the fields to which God called them ,
that you can no more compare them
than you can oxygen and hydrogen ,
water and grass , trees and stars. All
this valk about the superiority of one
sex to the other is an everlasting
waste of ink and speech. A jeweler
may have a scale so delicate that he
can weigh the dust of diamonds ; but
where are the scales so delicate that
you can weigh in them affection
against affection , sentiment against
sentiment , thought against thought ,
soul against soul , a man's world
against a woman's world ? You come
out with your stereotyped remark that
a man is superior to woman in intel
lect ; and then I open on my desk the
swarthy , irontyped , thunder-bolted
writings of Harriet Martineau and
Elizabeth Browning and George Eliot.
You come on with your stereotyped re
mark about woman's superiority to
man in the item of affection ; but I ask
you where was there more capacity to
love than in John the disciple and
Matthew Simpson the bishop and Hen
ry Martyn , the missionary ? The heart
of those men was so large , that after
you had rolled it Into two hemispheres ,
there was room still left to marshal
the hosts of heaven , and set up the
throne of the eternal Jehovah. I deny
to man the throne intellectual. I deny
to woman the throne affectional. No
human phraseology will ever decline
the spheres ; while there is an Intui
tion by which we know when a man
is in his realm , and when a woman is
in her realm , and when either of
them is out of it. No bungling legis
lature ought to attempt to make a defi
nition , or to say : "This is the line and
that is the line. " My theory is , that
if a woman wants to vote she ought to
vote , and that if a man wants to em
broider and keep house , he ought to
be allowed to embroider and keep
house. There are masculine women
and there are effeminate men. My
theory is that you have no right to in
terfere with any one's doing anything
that is righteous. Albany and Wash
ington might as well decree by legis
lation how a brown-thresher should
fly , or how deep a trout should plunge ,
as to try to seek out the height and
depth of woman's duty. The question
of caprlcity will settle finally the whole
question , the whole subject. When a
woman is prepared to preach , she will
preach , and neither conference nor
presbytery can hlnedr her. When a
woman is prepared to move in high
est commercial spheres , she will have
gerat Influence on exchange , and no
boards of trade can hinder her. I want
woman to understand that heart and
brain can overfly any barrier that
politicians may sot up , and that noth
ing can keep her back or keep her
down but the question of incapacity.
My chief anxiety is , not that woman
have other rights accorded her ; but
that she , by the grace of God , rise up
to the appreciation of the glorious
rights she already possesses. First , she
has the right to make home happy.
That realm no one has ever disputed
with her. Men may come home at
noon or at night , and then tarry a com
paratively little while ; but she all day
long governs it , beautifies it , sancti
fies it. It Is within her power to make
it the most attractive place on earth.
It is the only calm harbor in the
world. You know as well as I do , that
this outside world and the business
world are a long scene of jostle and
contention. The man who has a dollar
struggles to keep it ; the man who has
it not struggles to get it. Prices up.
Prices down. Losses. Gains. Misrepre
sentations. Underselling. Buyers de
preciating ; salesmen exaggerating.
Tenants seeking less rent ; landlords
demanding more. Struggles about of
fice. Men who are in trying to keep
in ; men out trying to get In. Slips.
Tumbles. Defalcations. Panics. Ca
tastrophes. Oh , woman ! thank God
you have a home and that you may be
queen in it Better be there than wear
a Victoria's coronet. Better be there
Lhan carry the purse of a princess.
Your abode may be humble , but you
can , by your faith in God , and your
cheerfulness of demeanor , gild it with
splendors such as an upholsterer's
hand never yet kindled. There are
abodes in every city humble , two
stories ; four plain , unpapered rooms ;
undesirable neighborhood ; and yet
there is a man who would die on the
threshold rather than surrender.
Why ? It is home. Whenever he thinks
of it he sees angels of God hovering
about it. The ladders of heaven are
et down to that house. Over the
child's rough crib there are the chant-
ngs of angels that broke over Beth-
ehem. It is home. These children
may come up after awhile , and they
may win high position , and they may
have an affluent residence ; but they
will not until their dying day forget
that humble roof , under which their
father rested , and their mother sang ,
and their sisters played. Oh , if you
would gather up all tender memories ,
all the lights and shades of the heart ,
all banquetings and reunions , all filial ,
fraternal , paternal and conjugal affec
tions , and you had only just four letters
with which to spell out that height ,
and depth , and length , and breadth ,
and magnitude , and eternity of mean
ing , you would , with streaming eyes ,
and trembling voice , and agitated
handwrite it out in those four living
capitals , H-O-M-E.
When you want to get your grandest
Idea of a queen , you do not think of
Catherine of Russia , or of Anne of
England , or of Marie Theresa of Ger
many ; but when you want to get your
grandest Idea of a queen , .you think of
the plain woman who sat opposite your
father at the table , or walked with him
arm-in-arm down life's pathway ;
sometimes to the thanksgiving ban
quet , sometimes to the grave , but al
ways together soothing your petty
griefs , correcting your childish way
wardness , joining in your infantile
sports , listening to your evening
prayers , toiling for you with needle
or at the spinning wheel , and on cold
nights wrapping you up snug and
warm. And then at last on that day
when she lay in the back room dying
and you saw her take those thin hands
with which she had toiled for you so
long , and- * put them together in a dy
ing prayer that commended you to the
God whom she had taught you to trust
Oh , she was the queen ! The chariots
of God came down to fetch her ; and
as she went up all heaven rose up.
You cannot think of her now without a
rush of tenderness that stirs the deep
foundations of your soul , and you feel
as much a child again as when you
cried on her lap ; and if you could
bring her back again to speak just
once more your name , as tenderly as
she used to speak it , you would be will
ing to throw yourself on the ground
and kiss the sod that covers her , cry
ing : "Mother ! mother ! " Ah , she was
the queen she was the queen ! Now ,
can you tell me how many thousand
miles a woman like that would have to
travel down before she got to the bal
lot box ? Compared with this work of
training kings and queens for God and
eternity , how insignificant seems all
this work of voting for alderman and
common councilmen , and sheriffs , " and
constables , and mayors , and presi
dents ! To make one such grand wom
an as I have described , how many
thousands would you want of those
people who go in the round of fashion
and dissipation , going as far toward
disgraceful apparel as they dare go ,
so as not to be arrested by the police
their behavior a sorrow to the good
and a carricature to the vicious , and
an insult to that God who made them
women and not gorgons , and tramping
on , down through a frivolous and dis
sipated life , to temporal and eternal
Oh , woman , with the lightning of
your soul , strike dead at your feet all
these allurements to dissipation and
to fashion. Your immortal soul can
not be fed on such garbage. God calls
you up to empire and dominion. Will
you have it ? Oh , give God your heart ,
give to God all your best energies ;
give to God all your culture ; give to
God all your refinement ; give your
self to him for this world and the
next. Soon all these bright eyes will
be quenched , and these voices will be
hushed. For the lapt time you will
look upon this fair 2arth. Father's
hand , mother's hand , sister's hand
will no longer be in yc/ars. It will be
night , and there will come up a cold
wind from the Jordan , and you will
start. Will it be a lone woman on a
trackless moor ? Ah , no ! Jesus will
come up in that hour and offer his
hand , and he will say : "You stood by
me when you were well ; now I will
not desert you when you are sick. " One
wave of his hand , and the storm will
drop ; and another wave of his hand
and midnight will break into midnoon ;
aud another wave of his hand and the
chamberlains of God will come down
from the treasure-hcuses of heaven ,
with robes lustrous , blood-washed and
heaven-glinted , in which you will array
yourself for the marriage supper of
the Lamb. And then with Marlani ,
who struck the timbrel of the Red sea ;
and with Deborah , who led the Lord's
host into the fight ; and with Hannah ,
who gave her Samuel to the Lord ; and
with Mary who rocked Jesus to sleep
while there were angels singing in the
air ; and with the sisters of charity ,
who bound up the battle-wounds of
the Crimea , you will , from the challice
of God , drink to the soul's eternal res
Your dominion is home , O woman !
What a brave fight for home the
women of Ohio made some ten or fif
teen years ago , when they banded to
gether and in many of the towns and
cities of that state marched in proces
sion , and by prayer and Christian
songs shut up more places of dissi
pation than were ever counted. Were
they opened again ? Oh , yes. But is
It not a good thing to shut up the
gates of hell for two or three months ?
It seemed that men engaged in the
business of destroying others did not
know how to cope with this kind of
warfare. They knew how to fight the
Maine liquor law , and they knew how
to fight the National Temperance so
ciety , and they knew how to fight the
Sons of Temperance and Good Samari
tans ; but when Deborah appeared
upon thecene : , Sisera took to
his feet and got to the moun
tains. It seems that they did
not know how to contend against
"Coronation , " and "Old Hundred , " and
"Brattle Street , " and "Bethany , " they
were so very intangible. These men
found they could not accomplish much
against that kind of warfare , and In
one of the cities a regiment was
brought out all armed to disperse the
women. They came down in battle
array ; but oh , what poor success ! for
that regiment was made up of gentle
men , and gentlemen do not like to
shoot women with hymn books in their
hands. Oh , they found that gunning
for female prayer-meetings was a very
poor business ! . No real damage was
done , although there was threat of
violence after threat of violence all
over the land. I really think if the
women of the east had as much faith
in God as their sisters of the west had ,
and the same recklessness of human
criticism , I really bolleve that in one
month three-fourths of the grog-shops
of our cities would be closed , and there
would be running through the gutters
of the streets Burgundy , and Cognac ,
and Heidsieck , and old Port , and Schie
dam Schnapps , and lager beer , and you
would save your fathers , and your hus
bands , and your sons , first , from a
drunkard's grave , and second , from a
drunkard's hell ! To this battle for
home let all women rouse themselves.
Thank God for our early home. Thank
God for our present home. Thank God
for the coming home In heaven.
One twilight , after I had been play
ing with the children for some time.
I lay down on the lounge to rest. The
children said , play more. Children al
ways want to play more. And , half
asleep and half awake , I seemed to
dream this dream : It seemed to me
that I was in a far-distant land not
in Persia , although more than oriental
luxuriance crowned the cities ; nor
the tropics although more than trop
ical fruitfulness filled the gardens ; nor
in Italy although more than Italian
softness filled the air. And I wandered
around , looking for thorns and nettles ,
but I found none of them giew there.
And I walked forth , and I saw the sun
rise , and I said : "When will it set
again ? " and the sun sank not. And
I saw the people in holiday apparel ,
and I said : "When do they put on
workingman's garb again , and delve
in the mine , and swelter at the forge ? "
but neither the garments nor the robes
did they put off. And I wandered in
the suburbs , and I said : "Where do
they bury the dead of this great city ? "
and I looked along by the hills where
it jvould be most beautiful for the dead
to sleep , and I saw castles and towns
and battlements ; but not a mausoleum
nor monument nor white slab could
I see. And I went into the great
chapel of the town and 1 said : "Where
do the poor worship ? where are the
benches on which they sit ? " and a
voice answered : "We have no poor
in this great city. " And I wandered
out , seeking to find the place where
were the hovels of the destitute ; and
I found mansions of amber and Ivory
and 'gold , but no tear did 1 see or
sigh hear. I was bewildered , and 1
sat under the shadow of a great tree ,
and I said : "What am I , and whence
comes all this ? " And at that moment
there came from among the leaves ,
skipping up the flowery paths and
across the sparkling waters , a very
bright and sparkling group ; and when
I saw their step I knew it , and when
I heard their voices I thought I knew
them ; but their apparel was so dif
ferent from anything I had ever seen ,
I bowed a stranger to strangers. But
after awhile , when they had clapped
their hands and shouted : "Welcome !
welcome ! " the mystery was solved , and
I saw that time had passed and eternity
had come , and that God had gathered
us up into a higher home ; and I said :
"Are we all here ? " and the voices of
innumerable generations answered :
"All here ; " and while tears of glad
ness were raining down our cheeks ,
and the branches of Lebanon cedars
were clapping their hands , and the
towers of the great city were chiming
their welcome , we began to laugh , and
sing , and leap , and shout : "Home !
home ! home ! "
And then I felt a child's hand on my
face , and it woke me up. The children
wanted more play. Children always
want to play more.
Molay , the Grand Master of the Tem
plars , Predicted Truly.
Clement V. and Philip IV. procured
the condemnation of Molay , the grand
master of the templars , to the stake ,
says Chamber's Journal. As he was
led to execution Molay cited his perse
cutors to appear before God's throne ,
the king within forty weeks and the
pope within forty days. Within these
respective times both died. Rienzi , the
last of the tribunes , condemned to
death Fra Moriale. When he pro
nounced the sentence the culprit sum
moned the judge to meet death him
self within the month , and within the
month Rienzi was assassinated. In
1575 Nanning Koppezoon , a Roman
catholic , tortured to death during the
religious strife in the Netherlands , re
canted his extorted confession when
on the way to the scaffold. A clergy
man , Jurian Epeszoon , tried to drown
his voice by clamorous prayer. The
victim summoned him to meet him
within three days at the bar of God ,
and Epeszoon went home and died
within that time. While at the stake
Wishart openly denounced Cardinal
Beaten : "He shall be brought low ,
even to the ground , before the trees
which have supplied these fagots have
shed their leaves. " The trees were
but in the bravery of their May foliage
when the bleeding body of the cardi
nal was hung by his murderers over
the battlements of St. Andrew's.
The following story is classed under
"True Animal Stories , " but is really
a fish story : Not long ago a hawk
caught a fish in Long Island Sound ,
but while flying with it to the woods
to devour it at leisure , the fish floun
dered from the hawk's hold and
dropped into a farmer's yard , where
a big mastiff was sitting. The dog
caught the fish as it came down , and
the hawk swooped after it , but the
dog turned and ran into the house ,
placing his trophy , yet alive , at the
feet of his mistress. It proved to be
a large bluefish , and it was served up
that night to an appreciative family.
The dog ever since has been seen to
sit in the same place at the same time ,
evidently impressed with the belief
that his good fortune may be repeated.
When we pay ? ! a bottle for brandy
we are apt to overlook the fact , , says
a New York writer , that it in made out
of the surplus wine , the cheap , cent-
a-quart stuff that nobody but peas
ants can stomach. Tills year over 35-
000,000 gallons of claret will be dis
tilled into 2,500,000 gallons of brnndy.
Wino growing and stock raising a.re
the life of France. More acres arc be-
iug put into vines and grass every year.
Every man has his -times when he
wishes he could put his life away
In'moth balls till he wants ? to take her
iays Peruna ,
Gives Strefl !
Hon. W. N. Roach. United States Senator from North Dakota.
lion. W. N. Roach , United States St-nator from North Dakota , personally
endorses Peruna , the great catarrh cure and tonic. In a recent letter to The
Peruna Medicine Company , at Columbus , Ohio , written from Washington , D. C. ,
Senator 1 loach says :
"Persuaded by a friend , I have used Peruna as a tonic , and / am
glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength , vigor and
appetite. I have been advised by friends that it fs remarkably effica
cious as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh. "
Senator Roach's home address is Larimorc , North Dakota.
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was glad to receive It for I was ( cifferlcK at the time with untold
iconics. The first dose helped me out or niy pain on short notice. P.ress the name of God for It. It wilt do
ill you say It will and more too. I had severe pains all over my body , trhen night came I could not sleep.
The worst pain was In my left leg. I could not put my foot to the floor without suffering preat pain. Have
.ised four different kinds of medicine for RHEUMATISM and irot no relief until I Rotyour"5 DROPS. "
which gave me .Immediate relief as above stated. Jf ARTAN BOWERS , Box 83. CaraRhar. Ohio. Dec. 1C. ISM.
IQ A V < X to enable eniTers to Rive " 5 DROPS" at least a trial , we will send a eample bottle , pre-
iur * * E > paid Dy man for z5c. A sample bottle will convince yon. Also , lurse bottles 'SCO doses )
jl.OO , 6 bottles for o. Sold by us and agents. AGENTS WASTED in x w Trrritei ? . Don't trait ! Write now I
SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO. , 1GO to 104 I Utc St. , CHICAGO , ILL.
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