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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLUME XIII  IS DIRECTORY   «•«•!  •»«•» MMK  ^ j*b*sftt •Vanin*. as*. J?  ^t**CKTT1tC* - «mtMi imy *1 ••KUO o'clock 4 in. Preaching yyrry  luaAar- Iu4if School un ,n. «nt| <■0 AjffiT “*    "* • T,,T  Tbnrodkf ir»4-  OERMAN I UfRFRAN ''UTTRTH Marries*  JfO.****** A WSI os tor Ii a. rn Hun lay •skoal IMiAllily attar in.-;n:rn; oarvtoaa  ® rT ‘ ^ Forsyth, Panier. RWVMM tearyhut. .lay ok ii oci.-k a. rn and **• "A^    moatlnu ai IO <» . lock a rn  ^^SSlfJSSSmT^ * Wf   s?z~» '**'*__ .»  •oonnu.  8HPS0K i GOOSBY  ———DEALERS ITT -  Grail, Lira Stock,  ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, CHRIST \\ U.KKBTHERE  18!N I.  NUMBER 3:!.  SOLOMON’S GROUNDS BETHLEHEM.  ANO  COAL,  ALDEN, .    .    IOWA.  ** r -    I.lira rn* {.Inning I'lrf-  11 rn. Of Hr.nr. In dom AOI MO MMI Vlrla-"f Thn WI Min IM IM 1‘rni ti. Al tv,, rn  |»I Solomon,  plan-  puce ami  RADIANT LOtxm Rn.  wAII MMI ta laming tnmni  MR A. F.  wai MDM in *—alar oommaal alien «o lh*, rn.  th* fall mrwm. at Ma. —*T     Uw ^     v     !»«*•«    br*I hr.n .ta  formally In Ti tad lo aK* 4. M U liar** W BL;  El W  aiadsn  TANO KF. ADI VO ROOM — wa*. Opnn amrr 'lay an i Taarty av-ont p  Furry. lT.ud.i.1,  Alfin MMR Na. MA H  aor. hhi  UUey • liall. InnV«aI to at  A. 0 0. W.-Maatu tun.Hnc* Mnal and  af    run*th    All  n«ManLft. i, t  11 ll rHMfliV BMllfMB nj  SEWS*** rtfvaar*  month fa miar a Haji. Visiting Kni.i.u al.  RSAnSi' ^ c -* * *■  Winona, UL, foal, Warranted Bu Pit Cest Fool.  PETER TAYLOR,   DR ALVR Of  M AMK  J. TV MAY,  AK.rntr aa* Ooanaalar at Law.  • flan 11 r>n ai t*n m ar I lo t on* O’" on P*  l M» rn bryan • aura. a Lion, Ilnrd.n  iOWik    A  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  ALDIN. IOWA.  pr. maut kb.  Wbfl*l*B RMS ln»H,  AMW towa. OSM atar Im**,, Bantus*  WILLIAM KEATING.  T. J. KICK,  BABBIE ilD MBBSHL  o£ n **jiCJ£ZT}iJt r '  four f, tea* ar and than, Alvar* -amir lo Alva mtonatUaa T. J. RICA. Al lea. la.  .I8a»y and Shelf Hardware,  Pocks! al Tibli Citlery,  Tinware & Woodenware,  *A# I irreal aad Aa**! Monk od  HOOK I HEATHS STOVES S SAIGE  ta CA* asor hot.  J.  (pBRMfl  WI LU AX  KKATIWO. Aldea, laws.  /ar ami tin  A. BUTTON,  l* T* frmfifewiufi mn n7mTi I  loiunww fitfm tot CWCIH fowl AHD QUOTA I    riL 1 '    tx?.!'*    *    intr-1  — A  I.NAI IUM E AOXNT.  lh, Talmage preached hi* nit th ,.-r-mon mu hi* tour In Mat. .nim in th.. ttr.Miti|yI, I •l*.rn*i-|<> yoitwlav Til** ■“ Muon wa. imi thr garden* amt public w<»rk. i»f lira. I , tii.ixiiMt# .-ut King.  SIM | the toil Beele* ii. t ai *i mail** nm groat work*. | bun,i,.,|  mr     |  planted int* vtiM->arri.. I iii.nil- im nor d'*n. amt on-Ii aril., amt planted tree* in flit'W of all kind* uf fruit.; I mail.- tm pool* tiff waler bi water IberrfMi Ute >n<mmI that Bringeth forth tree*." i» r . ’J almain* .ald:  A »prlu« Morning awd before tin-abfut at .It ru*aleum. A king with robes •nowv white in . harlot dee kit I will, auld drawn hr eight florae., high inetll«*ti amt  homings a, brilliant a. ii *cni| U p. .  of thai very -tmrl*.. anil HL. th.- wiml. ft* .|N*ei|. folhtwet! By a regimen! Mf are In* ra on hon* back will, haml.Mi gilded bow. and arn.w. with .teeI fmtnta Ila,Ii In* rn the aint, < lad fr*»m h< ad to f..,,t n, j Tvriaii pitrph, and Ola. k hair winkled **ili*M»tl il«»f. all ila.liinir d..v n tile r*.ad. the Imro*. m f M ||  r „ n)   I.-.W.. .MI their net k.. ami She . ra* k of whip,, and Hie kali.hi of th. ret kfe.«  • ■oval, atle putting the liiiie, ut de Ha In > , I W lu» im It, and what IL? Kin* >*ol*n I mon t, tub ilk an nntiiiK bwfnrr i>rt aAfa.t frt.in Jeriiaaiem ti. hi,  K ard«a.MMl park. and un hard, ami re,i r\..ir« »K mile. down tin* mad tn»ard llehrtm  W hat a • Mulla.i t» •*.. „  t | iat IMy . .••lf un (fiat very road «• i,• iiiMriitmr la*t ISm • 'miler.  Come over it,.  ...... of /rai rtn k ami  i-re Mi* are at tin tir.t of rh- thr*.  r . »-eriolr*, Wbh h are Mil three an at level*, Mn* have id lh., top t< ,i rmir hialier Hi,in toe top of the u t Mini, the ha,e of  wM.md reiwrvidr hither than tin Int* third, *«i arrsn*ei| thai the EHI tiered fro iii *u-\eril **otiremi a ta up .hall defend from ha«ln to ha,ln, the wallment of tin- water de polit et I in earl, of the three, k«» that bv the time It aria flown bi th, »t|iii t|m t n hlrli I. to take It to .lent,ainu ll Im* had throe ffltertn*., and i* a» pure a* wlmn Ute ehntd* rained It. *  <*n iItal iv. ..(plier mornlna we .aw the water milieu down frt.m rewrvolr to r. .eriolr. ami ean well 'ttider-tand how rn tin. m'laKborhond in. im|terial thu, ». m oint art al tdo*»u.m ort bo rd,una  etprnlti lot ome to In* emplo* tai In brauna it.. otiM*t|tiem'e.  I »ai.| Im the touri.t i *1 iii, pan I,,  AI BR i mf npte ut Al Mnrney. "I’ul Uetblehi-m In Un eniln-r. tin th* Month of our lated', birth.BMI wa had our wl.,Ii. I am Un* mil) man who ha* Aver attempted to tell Imw lietlil. -tn*ai l.Miketi at the.ejiMin jpamiwa.Imrn rottristi and wrlu*i. are Vt*, o, p>brn'  ary or Mareh or Ai rtt. when the iai-  ief. arr an PtnbmldorNl .heel of wild' I 2 MW |^'     H     anti    raam    ulna are  • Bo*nod a* ti, .»«wh from ASSAMtdin* lo I el I rah th- Sleep*, and lark BMI hnllim-h I ara IW*«lifn the air wItll Mr I nn he.tra J lluS I w a, t here In iJeei-nilv-r. a wlab*r  1  I luonlll the I.arret, M-aeh between tin I two rn eau.of ri ll,.lei ■ I wa. Sold I I miiH not if., there .ti thai aoBaou, told no lieftirt I .tarted, told ... Iii I;*vet. the  1  Mn,ha ; hi  Ml i> all traveler, tli.it I I eooatilbd about It told me an lint I wa* • j dPtormlned to on IHhleln m the aatne I niontli in wfilch -Ieau* Arrived, and mnh-fUR POU Id >li.. it,(de tnt  \Ta. I not t laid in w iMit*( to know how the li.iif I.ami |imik,.| whey J, .u, va me to ii? Uh ,||,|     iaiKl     , UI(M   flower, ami *onif Mien i|„ %«tRel* eh a a ted i»u the fantod, filrtlmfstfit. a'l the fle Id * of I 'al, • ,t i in* weft .Kent. Tie atoWlnr .hie. wt;re att. were ti bi arn mrk*    ll, (Mel,em .i,hk| *aam.t a  bleak wIntr. ,ky, I « I• rrvt>, .J up to it a.  I brim* ii a Mea k wdntrr *k\ .le-u. ,|,  wended     tt .    ||,»     wa)    (|l(WI|    w „.  from wa null to. lull fnmi hhHini to bar-reline., from < v. il.i.tin* June tt, .ten,.-Deoamhr if I were poi na to I-.,ie.tim **" * »Bdani*Sk anti to atfnl) th* flora of tint hind. L would po in Man Ii. hoi  fete. moth  |rtia«e ut  ••Ft** hnfff  Fmiiffi?  Tri -  Th«*  f#ord Mtka flea btl ry «ald, **fjfve nu a a- rn-rat Iou of t hrHtiau mot herm ami I will , haupe the whoi fifty In twelve month*.”  Oh, Un* i ra*lle* For pet not the one In whieh im,, were Burked. ’I lne ( ph old Mini worn util that eradle m.-it Ii* .fami-iu* In attn ..r tiarn, forpet not Urn fool thst .Waved It, tim lip. that .ana ' fiver ' !, ai dropped npdfc It,Ah#  • itll in t,.«i i| )a i niatle way for It* TH#.  U.> Walter JV ottdldw. il when lie •beni t *^wan't  h „JL  Hie flr.t hi. piiim-a {.ieee he n « r twin <1    iii    I    na.    I  a» n prewnt bi hi. motlier.  lM<h«»nnr not the « rad!* iti.i.gv < tv '  tin 'n.* mi »♦ riiion * > lehrwb *; i  THE little folks.  liiMveM ( nmpkaiaa.  ^ bt low, f itll thai a re ’•  nm.  , — .l»». with a moil in rtr-i -nimof i» r     |    . p(p   D* «k* I* are tuvm worn owl.  v* t,. ,,t g, lag „    , 4f    llt    t     mofw  anc I n..ver     r#     thriM*  Aa* then-’. .Iwa.VV i hflte  Thot leo*, joy kn*t*  •Hit I II g I ,r*eata Ult id  ami bait It «  ■wpm. t "..OFVa,  g U.ina- X. I  i aft'' **••*.. till  v  *’*• *» sp*,  Wotflw a,ll. a,ii,.«  ‘•HPS de  the  ta Mar* Ii. Inn I wen* on* mini.ter of Mm.t to .tmh •Ie.UM, and «• I went in Ik-i-eriiher. I wante»l rn how the world’* froni thuir h*ok. ti w h.-ii tin- nea\• uh stranper no Solid It.  tin* town of Itethh hi in to mv .urprne I. in the .ln»|w* of a horw.lun*. tint ho,tv-, e\U*ndinp , o ar onto th*- pron*, of the honmali.K the Whole    more ro.iph  and ruth- than t an bn itnaainetl. Writ), i t brist .I I m.i . I,.Mise a „ift. penial plat >■ In whit-b bl he bom,* Tilt* Pate thrtmpli I top t»f widt h our InrTd t illered tin. world wa, water, a nab- id r«N k. a hard. fold pate, and the pat,* 11 art hi ah whit Ii he departed Wa, I a .w’lnp / vt*- of ,hai|M*tied »p.*wr*. VS-- I enter a pl,.mn ehureh built by Con-tan- • Uiip over the plaee in which Jean* wa, imrn. Liftiu-n lump. fmrnlnp day amt nlplit ami front reriturv to century llpht •mr w a*, to th. .|»,i  w  in. h .til a ti tho ii I lea.  I hrtai .ni am] Jew and MohammedAA.  spree lip..,, a. la>li,R the plain of our Nat lur , t*lrt h, ami , .it ,*rt db) a marbh’ --lait, niarketl fit a .Ut. , .tar m-n| from S lefwia. and the worth, tlure Je.ti*  < lo IM wa* him of tin Virgin Mar).  I* en a i i,oil to a ham. fur I thJuk »* a ('hrfat!#*i t ranlh- That w a* a. pr. at r rad Ie in ahi. U Marti, lay, for from It • ame forth the refornta-thin of tin* ,i\teel,11, , i-utury. I lia. w*. a preat t nolle In Willet, ha ti lf I O'Connell lay. for front it cm aw forth an ■ lo., ne,,,• thai will I». Insplrltip while men have eve. to r.-a-l or ear* b» tn-ar That war* a Rival eradle lr, which " a'filnRbu lav I b*r from It eauw forth Un  : liv erxi, (. ,,f n Ratline  I I hat wa. a pre*! , ,*dlc in w hu h John Howard lav. f..r from it , arn* forth a nerey that will md • ,-a*e until the lao dunpeon pet. th. Illblw anti lipht sud rn*.ft air. tireat eradle. in whh h th#* .f»»hti SS ti.lev..  A ; lt ] tj M . J,,],,, Knovew, and •In* I..im Mu»o!t lav. f».r fr**m them • .tim forth un ail CtmRtH*tinp • ,anpe|li*» t .ti, lint the pr,-at,-t , rsdh* It, whiff, ’filii*  1  ,lf|»t <ir woke, I aaa bed or  1  ried. wa* flit*, radii* over win, ti Marv h. ut. and to whit I, the wt*e men bro,,pht fi ii,kin, er,.e. and ui*,n which the  on,, dropped .,,„g u a ,t  t p,  rt .  lN .,. n   rf* maiiper there had Ih-.*h tut it..,,. Had tin re tK*e„ no i:,*thiell, til there had been IIM (iolpotliB. Haft tin-re been rn, in ar-nation there had tn*en no rn* en*ton Had there be«*n im .‘.art then had M en no rinse,  Niamltnp In the • hill khan of s.,v-lour. Ii ti in 11 is 11->>,. and „ imp what he • lid for ti. I awk what have we done for him.* "liter* I. nothin* I ean do," : *tv.i,ne. A. (brut rn a* wa. approach* ep iii Un VI nape ehun Ii a Att**! woniau in   1  A i (aw Utttw  fop.  oV|e«. dW#|»,h .* In*.  • WI nei.^pk .,4 -.ire I, of ctrl t|.,   »*l«* a„.| ,„ayv*» a wren  Anti mwrhlev. of  ....»,„!    , .....    ,^, u   " ’•hi-Rp .nil |ie,the. amt .,,,1,  ami en,t*. f—v. Initie*t, ilitl a  V t Abo wnto. tkm.  Luther » aito>  V*H( Aly De f,„  yonrwelC W«n't mu,-lb  -Cd like  .nit of    ,    «tKwt    kind.  VV it, ,-.rLe,-, made wbt, and lone 'J ' '* ‘ ,,,J  •'•low „ to, be Hew amt ><ehlnd. T*” 1  ”' ,r * •e**y nnd croup  1  "act aw,,., a ii.teen or «•.    **• -  All ,-«•) Ami .jill. p to pea ai Slid I ahall lie (terfe. fly happy ‘lith . Im ml y np Uke* th*.* cl Vti-iwai*..  t know.  Hp  Hlrpall*  ••'ICT little  Farm loan# oepo la’ad ob long np abort lim* at low rat** cf Intern.r.  A lappa Uai of tot pro vail and unimproved I aa da tor aal*.  DICKSECKER’S  Ii PERFUMES  U MMS a Cfiosrihn d OWUTT bn imt  i aortest, Gniclesl sod Only Direct Lim  BrrwKt.v  J A I.DT N, IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, LMI ( UK AHO, RILWACKEE A.ND ALL EAUTER!"  FOUTS.  Heil  > pirii  SI  d nil wa., and there ii. lu other i (/.ltd Ulm! thai j i-»n that tlili  »( (IMM IV,fan... f,*». rn..,. It,.rn -.l.btaud  _  aiMt*VMItn1r«.l.->m wh.r. Th-f mn pr»fermj ******* ''CCbf I twier,.-ti nm*. .I»g«ur*  ■r^rsar-Jia *  tor theta I  MCKStCKErS TOOTH POWDER  hircnblr (rnnarC th.    !*oOtr    ta    rat  yam. II ira*rwnt***rijM lint. i«H hraatk an i ruiir Bur wan try If ».«i sr* r»»t .Iraan? snag IL  K?  ‘ KCMECKER'S FACE POWDER  Wliu th* hlu*«t inlurMmrnt ..err eh.ra. Th. ."ut »• -««,*•. , aj.Mla.Or ta * oil,la, |x*. I.* mao*. Va*U .hmmaaa    will a** it  rill, MQUCUU, FIIF0RER, REW TORI.  RL VLT. CiiH.gyiia awrwn j   ndtarV public,  Boal Estate; C&nectloo ani Iasnraaca  AGENT.  ALDKN,    IOWA.  Jtes and Town Property  NOX BAIM AMO XXNT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  BOX BIRDSALL A BOH, AJdtti, Hardin Countv, Iowa.  Passengers Can Save  from  S HOURS TO 0  BETWEEN  CHICA60 ANO POINTS OR THIS URE  BT TAKUKO  Tills SHORT ROUTE  CONNECTIONS AT  FLOOK., JDICTIOH with the Chi capo  •lid .Northwestern Railway for Tama ( ny, Cedar Rapid*, Clinton, Cbieapo, Milwaukee, De* Moines, Council Mulla, bt. Caul, Minneapolis and all pointe in Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and the Weak  FEDORA with tho Central Iowa Rail way farjjulnu North and South.  T A i‘ L8 Wllh l i>« B . c. R. A N.  and llliSoia Central Railways, for Wnler-1<»\ Unbaqut*. Fort DodI*e and Sioux Cily     0   For all infora tim about Freight or  I assenper Rate., apply bv our local agent* palp cr tuidre.s tho General Freight and Pa*- I ••*.» •cnger Agent ut Eldora. Iowa  JONH PORTER,  Owl Mamtfffr.  W. 8. PORTER,  a. r. and r. a.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  Collection* made * KjwrlaRj. dongj o I.*an ob Real Estate,.  ROBERT HOLMES.   DXAX.ER IN—  Lumber,  • Brick,  Cement ^ Sand Lime.  U>EI. •    -    IOWA,  - 'PERFUMES  |    —Mads now rwwsu tm rn— I  I LANO OF FLOWERS I  DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South  I  tal » N*wtwhia« Ta# Mmtia I  I * KACH DD CENTS.  I A IAG OOH XXT&A Rill aFXCIALTOtj. I  LTS DES HUS I Smit BIST I LUREX I KMM I IMPERIA!. PINK I    I  ROUSSEL ROSE ■  ,.. v 52 e J!A 00<?ueti  rn  LILY OF TNK VALLEY (■ PICCIOLA I  Th a most datlears and Boat iMUnp odors alada. P Our i rad a-rn ark pataaUd on «r*r/ labah    I  "ESSSfXitJiKSi    I  MUISX MESCH KtfUKEST CO,  hark fr«i»i, hi* m,,rii1u» rule, ami be fort Uh* hors.-* had yet m-e,, cuhil tiff and rubbed down lit y,,.     eH}Hr , r>i   ^iltilBttii w rut, the MM I,,..rat,f,. w„rd* bdltiwfiip mv lev I, tike a dirp, pt M \ > I ar-to, s grand march, vamtv ami v, v a rh, ii of wa* m* profit ump r th w<ir»|, It (Ku t pit).’’ w,- might ail learn the I. wtirld , ahunt produce happln.„.  \ithuUgh ti,, ,, Jv, i hit ti, ,1,1, harden* .ire lh ruins, thup- are now prowl up there llow.-r, that are t., f» f»„,„d ndWI,. re.-iw it, th,* Holy Land. How do I account for that.' huiumoii vent moi hi* »hf|r* and robbed the garden* t,f the w I,Min earth for iluwi-r, ami planted th *«• exotic. her,-, ami Hie**- |,*rtt, ular flow era an* db re, t de,, i miaul, of the foreign plant* he Imported. Heeentl v travel, r, ip (lie ll,,It Land -tpeak of r|„.  n „ ,, nt|    B||| ^  face of near! V all I'ale, filii a* an lin|>a,-sable barrier to the future cuftivathHi of Ute snIL lim if tIi,*v had evamtniKi minutely the ruck, ami ,tone, of tip. Hoi) |, at ,d t her wright ti mf ti,al th, v ar-If *tig ,k. I. tMiii/i-d. and ar.- being melted into th, soil ami. bt mg for Hie moot part limestone, tbey are doing for that land w fiat the American and English farmer doc when Bt great cxpcn*c and fatigue tie draws bi, wagon |.,ad of Iii,,,- and scatter, it on the held* for their enrich meat.  As I look upon thl, gr, at aqueduct ’of I’alcstim*, a wondrous *|ieclincn of ancient masonry, about seven feet high, ; two feet wide sum. tim-, tunneling the solid rock ami then rolling it- water, through stoneware pip,-*.  m  aqueduct 'loin# it* work ti ii    Lffor#* it . sfi*fs  to tbo*o three reservoir*, aud then gathering their wealth of refreshment pouring it on to the mighty city of 'em,alem aud tilling the braze, sea ,,f fmr temple, and the bath-room* of her •**. ami the great |mh,|, cif MI,,am ami Ilezeklnh .iud Heth, »da I I them In too<l cond 11 nm thr,thousand y, at after construction and lf mah, - anHftdiik fliat the world may liave forgotten more than It now know, The gr< it honor of our ,tge I* not machinery, for the anc ients had some st vie- of it more wonderful; nor art, Tor the ancient, had art more tvxqnl-iU- aud durable; or ar, Infect,ire. for Roman Coliseum aud Grecian Acropolis surpass alt in ride rn archit,. -thr,-; nor Hue*, for sortie of the ancient • itie, Were larger than our* in tin* sweep  1  of their porn|>. Hut our attempt* must I 'n- fn moral aehlev,>n»-n! and l.,,,j>el vie- '  ipr). In that we have already surpassed  them, urn! in that direction let the age, push on. Let us brag Ie,* of worldlv j aclifevemeijf, ami thank t,.*l for moral  1  opportunity. More good men and good worn<*n Is what Un* world want*. Toward moral chi a lion aud spiritual attainment lei the eld. f struggle he. The f source al all th,?! I will -Trow v wt before sundown of this day. on w hieh we Eave visited the pool* of ■’solomon, gardens ,,f tho King  Me are on tin* De. emic-r afterncM.ui on Hie way to the cradle of Him whet culled i IlimncMf grouter than solomon. Me are coining u]hui Un chief cradle or ail t-In* world, not tin cit wit lr *atiu. but strewn will, straw: not .heil, md bv apala,,-. but covered b) a barn; not pre-id,ai  mt , r  by a prim es*, hut hovered over l»y a pennant girl: yet a cradle the ca nop) of which t* angelic wing*, and the Itll (abv or which i* tin* Heft tnt*! ma- earofever sung. ftpd from which all Hie event*of the L.tnrc have aud must lake date a* being ll, C, or A D, belute ChrUt or after Christ. Alt eternity lout  occupied  In getting ready lur th!* cradle and all  wintry  night la whi* i, Jesus came:    At    that  rime It was i khan .,i a -attle s*-n. I v u<U d “we of (tx—* - hart* now «t»ntlftig mf -.king JU.I a. In Christ’s (Tine ll rod* ii, under the arched en tea rn dismounted, lie found the building -'■mc and around an ojs n -M|iiar«- within. r«s,f. I ho building ,> n,o|*e than  1  friars old. lr is two -tortes htph.  'enter -ire .amel,. hot BB- ».r,li *'*    * travails halt he,, f ur  „ig],,  during a long slorm. I i„* ,qs-u tm i, large ' HungI] toaecuminodate a m* herd of cattle, a flock of shop „ r  ir.,j,u, of ...md* Th. n-^hhormg nitis her,- find market for their liav. I  - and meat-, (nr from th)* center I  ant twelve room, for human hah  ti. Tl'c.only light is from Un*  tit Into one of the,.- room*  » woman - „.king the There sew ’iv tow, in the On a little . I, va11oji there 'trow where the people -at  Mfd sirs tiler ital, I VV foill mea root!  «b sir.  and  •Ming  Min,*  It, r horn  TLI  what  ronm  when th,-) wished <*iiii similar lo ih-it our  l.<  aud it vv»,  »rd wa  ft ml  was the cradle of a king, ami vet radio , v. r Ie hi -o much? Civ Hi Libert)    I,, denii,tton! Your  pard    n .-Mid min.’ Your leave,, a,,,]  min,    I rattle of ,« universe! Cradle ,,f  a (.od! Tie-garden'‘d .mon ire visited lid* morning were univ a tv |M* of what til the world will be when till, il-lu'tt on* personage now horn shall have comp eted his mission. I ii*- horse of Un, .I limb and gayest champ of hit md saidiweal an hof ,,e. s that ever brought Solomon down to tiieoe *dj,>inittg garden-wa* but a I**ir tv p.- of the horse upon which till* conqueror ls,rn in tho ham -hall ride, whi n. ic ...rdlug to aud  1  a I tot ilyptle vision, all tin- ••arilli. - of j lieav. n ahall follow iiim on white ' "  rh, water* that rush down thee hills into louder three great reservoir- of r<* k and tfli-li |HMir ill III a rtf eh, aq it*. duct Kilo Jerusalem till the brazen -ca is full. .tad Hie I,atli, are full, aud Siloam I- full, ar,- only an imperfect tv pc of the river-of delight w|,|eh. a- Hi. result oT tlii- great one - coming, shall roll on for slaking of the thirst or all nation*. The pal,i ••.if Lebanon, cedar from which the Imperial cavalcade p.,.--.-,! out Iii toe eailv morning aud to which *f returned wiH, - lowing cheek and ftngltng narnes-and lathered sides, i- fee bb of ar, hi lecture compared Willi tip* hon   many  mansion* into w hich till* one burn this winier month on tin . bleak height* 'hall cond art. u* when our si#* are ail pardoned, our haul. - ail fought, our tear* all wept, our work all dune;  Standing here at iicthfehrtn. d • yon not .co that Hie must honored all Hie earth I* tho cradle? To what else did loosened -tar • v.-r im >i ti I ’ To what cise ,(i<| 11 eg v •' | j tower balconies of fight bited with chanting thaw,IL,  Iii war the cradle r<«*l,- the* world} rock, (omI l,l#-ss tin- mot hers aft Ho* world over! The cradle, decide the dc*-,t lutes of nations. Ii, t*-u iii, usa ml of tin aa are tlit* moment ti,.- hand, thin will vet give bettedi, ,iou of mefv*v sir hurl bolt* of doom, rip- fem. thai will mo,ut the steep* tow ani-Hod or di-si .od the Masted way. the lip- ih.,t will prav or !>la*phemr, (th Hie cradle! It is more IrcineneoiiM titan the gram VS her,-are most of Hie loader*of Ho* Twenticl, ce,,lory soul] to dawn uiuu* i,.' ire they uq tim throne'’ No. I,, chariots? No. In pulpits? No. In forum*? No.  In senatorial flails** No. in counting* ho,na No. 'I liev are I* Ilia et* ob ie. Tin* most Iromerdous th fug in Hie uni-verse, and next to (okJ. i, to im a  suld to a group of girl  (straitened cr, im,'ta,ices, **Ia-t us now do something for < brist.’’ After the dav wa- over she a-Wed the grouj, to tell her I what limy had done. One-aid. ”1 could I not do tutu U, for Weare verv |**, r , hut I hud a beautiful flower I I,ad ear-full) trained in our home I     mu .    j,  •if ii. and I put tliat flow. r on th-elnifeh .lit.ir. Iud another -aid. "I could not do much. for w- ar- very poor. hut I < ar, -lug a little, and so I went d"wi to a puor sick wanan in Ute lane anti sang  a , w, ii a- | could, to che- r her up. at tirlstBM* song.' “Well. Helen, w I.ai dot you «|oSC, p plw J, **f could nm fbtmrrrh. tTOT f waut.sl «.. ,in game-thing for ( buat, and I could think of | nothing cise to ,| 0i    #lM |     Ml     |     w ,. n (    , |ltfl   i ti,.* church after    the    |s    ph-    who had  I I* cu ado rn mg the    a.: ai    I ad    ft. aud I  ‘‘‘Tubbed do*n ti- in ,. .iitur stair,  I wan int that the t hri.t of stum- dav gave Ic r .«- nu, \,  • r> .lit for th ii cartiest    mt    ti- muv  have given am,,, rotted off. ,| who on ihat dav r> -v*i ■ -r tic- p. np,, jtj, pj-.,  * resounding -. rv..,*, Somctliinu  * hi!'!.' Something for t Hri-1!  '     1  ■<» ma passing  u  furtn-ss -., .v ,  Uu*.*ian soldier on giumi |„  u  u-rnldy     ' gilt, aud took off III* -at and Kake  It to th,- snldp r say ing; "I wULis-home aud warm. aud von w ill Is-out to r** a,I night. ?,,, Hp- soldier wrapped himself in tic borr.it,,| , oat. Tie plato'HAU w I to loaned the *oat lo tie* soldier --sin after wa- dying, ami in in- dream aw « brist, and .ald to him:    ’ You I,av, got  mv -OMon. "Yes." said Christ, ' 'bib*  is Hie MOC you lent me on ii,at > old ll *|,i f>) the form --. I was naked, ut.,) v -clothed me. .something for (’hn.,1' Bv the memories of Bethlehem I admire you!  In Hi, light of tha* *t.>,  I.c* • I... n,.' . . miM-orlol *  I hat .erg fror „fur  ai t-g_ i . t rad I irj. »h»  anda Im chief pleasure .o eating, Ring-u f. figfiting hi* tuimlrnm and tearier w hat av ar paper he taajr *haiun toga* bolti of into piece, to fart. he is nevar happy a, when in laiechief Hts personal appearance i* mb much in bx favor Ii IM head with hie black face. pttik U*»A, two sharp little eves. and sh,vet "toppy" ,, r  to, knot,  M  stock on a litflo rotund, red laxly alveat the shape of Au apiMwdticapling and (his I.alf  is stlpiwtod bv- a pa, r  of l«li< ate-kiob-ing . which are ••oritinuallv ca ITT-tog their owner to place* where lie bas rn* tXMUnaea to lev. A .tnBi.v and bat tons! tail. with wing* to match, complete the description  But ba is not a-hanied of his IooJm; oh, no; ne* a bit of it! On thu ,*on-tracy, he a^ipear* to think Hint no *>uw I,as ae tine a coat or as j reftv  and., Ik*Bl»ful?  ’ of that t ii riel i  .•era  for  Has  T't  11 th*  U'alllllul I.Itllr rip.  Itoeaie wa* a little Gnrtnan girl. Her papa 'vnd her mamma had a great many friends in the Tinted Stat**, ho they thought they would cross the ocean aud live there. One morning Bessie went with them to Bremen, where iav the lug steamer which wa* to carry them all over the great sea to America. Sin* wa* so plea-tsi with she saw that she quite forgot bet  dog Tip 111! just as the fug ship Man p> move she beard a loud Lark Aud looked back to the wharfs  “Oh, mamma, mamma." she cried. with a lump in her throat that seemed ready to choke her. “Boor Tip! Poor 'lip! Look, mamma, look!"  I here, among the crowd of people who had coma to bid frieud* good-by*, was tho little terrier, running up and down to find his mistress.  How could Bewaste hare forgotten him? It wa* no use. The strin of Blue water between the whurf and the steamer grow wider, aud the white streak of foam Is-tuud the huge ve-a. I longer and longer.  Poor Beast.*!  Tip. with lux boh* to the ground, wav  —.......     r , wva , „ top-  lowly and |  iknot  ** Master Birgalte. and conaw-"usutlT. in rery vain of fhwtu. making his toilet tkris* or four tim«n a day. aud mon frwqawutly if ho gets the chan,-a. And ii im fortunate fur tug vuatr^Hs thai he diws so. tor it fakes up aotue of inn time, and when not en gag ad in that,,* the equally pleasant occupation of eating and singing, he ia rwrtafn to Ive doing something that he should not do.  He to very fond of Bathing, and this fondness has not been acquired lately either, for when Birgalie wa* a von mf-’ *ter w hi k wa. Bm on* ai.a^t r, ar ^g«* Ex- thenght nothing greater fan *!i*n to hop into a dish of water, and there kick and spla-h until not onlv ha himself hut also everything atmut bim, woe completely drenched.  But not I let eg allow, d to Bathe aa often a* he wished, he frequently got into trouble Bv attempting to steal a I>ath in liquids that wore-not intended for that iMirpise  tIna day aunts came rn and found him seated in a cup of oatmeal and water «Kie of hi* favorite dishes, and just having a glorious time. Bnt aunts Brought Ina* enjoyment to a speedy end. and it t<*#k nianv a wash-• mg in pure water to task* Rirpalm* feather’* us ,t,ft and smooth a* thee were belt)ra ho starched them in oatmeal starch.  Another time he hopped into a big -Up of warm coffee, but lost no time in scrambling out again.  \fter Bathing, Birgalie often took ii into his little head to trv and tis up to the stove pile*, for the purja.se nf !try. mg himself there. So (ie would nerve : himself for the attempt, sj.read lu*  I wing*, and give a grand hop; hut that w as all he (lid do, for as hi, wings aura wet he always loaded on the door in a | very humiliating manner. Then he would graciously permit us to pack him up in a little basket, ami sat him out in the sun or under tile stove to dry.  All this sort of thing liaj,|*eued w bile Birgalie was a youngster, aa J. of course, not a* wise and well-behaved a* he is at preaeut. Now when fresh water is given to him in his battotnb he first stick* in one little foot and draws it out again, and then rope*!* the opera!mb aith the other, atter which he laqw in with Both feet and j»roeeeds to business.  But, a* I ve no doubt thoro are a number of you waiting to tell alout your clever oat, and dogs, chickens. horse*, goat - and other animato. I will stop here and reserve the account of the remainder of Birgalie’a cunning trick, for -ohio futuro time. UrtroU Frt'f /Vrkjj.    * w  following Int young mi.*to  footsteps, nd of the  tin ll ais t«,t fray lag l>„«n I’r*,!, Ulna  * tine rain, lins aa-*, , ling, fojrmef Trust.  "Well, ran* \nj IU toll v.f, wha’ Brought it I via I complainin' last nigld aUvnt the dry w» athar, and Alarv  Suddenly lie reached th wharf. He he-, it attn! a moment, ran to land fro.then ieaj^d into the wave-and  t  ried to swim after the ship. But the " ■  1  j water wa* very (Mid, aud after, a short straggle the dog-disappeared. Univ a few appkv-, forming wider and Wider  *he sea 'Simon,  * 1*vho yon trv pray  ['.is-', IHI  , I on cum, A*wed where he had sat>k. Foor, taitbfwv little tu>:  •s VV ll.  sake, if you must {UIS, and Hot that hor  pp- for the  M ife—For amt* smoke, uugiha oh; rid j'lpo,  A .; *  ti n * bfrnnP^tow o k -sake of eeonotuxrr ;  "Do you -iuiokejkpipe in your office** "N u, I amoke rig^r-. there.*  " \Nell, you smoke your pipe tiiere, and tell the tlriu it s for the..ako of economy. 'I hey ll esm iat*e rrrur salary.” —Acor fqrk HVwifu.  Hk i reading the signboard    I,overs’  Retreat” I wonder whgt they retread for? She To get away from the old folk*, probably.—tv,ivaynInter-(kcan.  in \ou haiti t prayed anv fur a goo ! I miav years, any wav', and uiaybo thj Lied would l»- glad to hear from von and he might send you some rain.' So, t'-inkv I. Ill gin it a ahiok. anrwav  v o wtien Imdtime come I tuld Marv to -tov in the kitchen till J[’^     f j, n   room and prav. So I wmit inter the room and Jrupj^d right out, r mv knees as g<«Hl a* any preacher cauli w ,i Began n ray in', mid, Bv jimittv, I hadn't hardly got darted when I heard some rain din;** ftdlui* ou the roof. which reminded me w e might git it v«a* heavy and wash the nile kill pn kl* j-at.'h. n I put a a. a din n: ia tho prayin’ an*’ e/ inuit Bn g it on too mu, Ii all to omit, I*vrd, but spread it out Ilk*•." And ye see I got it ji-* av I wanted it, Bego*h hank- if .Marv can’t read jist what* in the Lord’s mind, and now hereafter whi'never I want ram I know how to git it, ami w ill hire out to pray aud Bring rain tit droughty deuntriri* cheaj> for ca oh down." —Kentucky i'fule JotirnaL,   

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