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Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1888, Delta, Pennsylvania Bella Herald. PQBTJHHBD WEEKLT BT THE Herald Publlthimt DELTA. PA. OFFICE IS THE HEK1LB Tuna per to f paid within tix attar air moatta A to direct at the of tbe time aotooribed 1 be considwwl a new engagement. ran be dMflontinned fit any time by paying all arrearages. AN INDEPENOENT NEWSPAPER. VOL. X. YORK FEBRUARY NO. U AJTO FAJICT JOB PBINTIHO WIU. MCMTB Special and Prompt Attentiov AT TUB HERALD EITHEK PLAIN OR IN COLORS. na' ana Business Cards ATPOKNBY8 AT LAW. TBFFBBSON DALLA.M. BEL MD. c HAS. A. ATTOICXEY-AT-LAW. Lehmaver's Carefol attention given to all Legal AT Friday evenings and Satur- days until noon. 4 1 tf JAMES n. GABLE. 48 St. Street. J. S. MAIS PA. Business can left and appointments cade at the law office of Hon. Len Branch Office at Glen To sday- aud Fridays. OTEVENSON A. BKL MD. Will give prompt attention to all business SntnjBtwd to bis care. jan.7-81 IT W. PA. 17 Marlte Street July 1 tt'.F. Bay Stewart. H.C. Geo.E.Nefl HTLES Attorneya-at-Law. Successors to Blacicford Btewart. Office Opposite the Court House. Pa. Con- natation in English and Oecman. J. R. Stnwbridct. 7 EAST MARKET carJ'a in English and German. dec 19 gj.EORGB B. PA. 1 Centre second floor. W. Attorney-at-Law. T 3 m Attorney-at-Law. PA. Offices N. W. Cornet Centre Square. gep I0-'81-tf IT EVl Consaltation in English and Office in I.chmayer's opposite Motzel'a Hotel. sep U L. General Insurance Business in either York or Harford ooon- wl 1 receive promot attention. JD OBERT 8. Justice of the PA. All basinesa attended to with care and DromPtnesa- jane 12 '82 -D P. Watchmaker and Apposite Conrt Honse Baildirg. oct 21 '81 W. D. professional services to the pnbli4 in dural by strict at.ention to bosineai hopes o raerU their pntronago. Prices mod- erate and satis faction guaranteed. I P. M. XutKais DISEASES OF WOMAN A Office 10 to 1 to and 7 to 9. KASAI- Evening hours applied to tba gncoessfn treatment of Nasal Catarrh and its resnlft without the DM of medicine. ad AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST. tOO and 100 Engravingi is Kacl 43d Tear. A Tear. Send three 2-oent stamps for sample eopj or of the Oldest and Best I in the World. ORANGE JUDD Broadway. New William Merchant No. 108 S. George Odd Fellows' PESSStl.YAMA. A Tuli of and Co i constantly on hand. E. A. BARHITZ AND JEWELERS W. Market St. Toik. Pa. W.ELWOOD DELTA. PA. AGEXT FOR 1HE Farmers1 Fire Insurance Co. OF PA. ESTLosses on Property i r Stock hy Light- uing paid whether tfe eiiurs r not. ESTATE PA. Real Estate in York or Harford coun- ties bought or sold on commission. C. 'SnceectortoGKOBOE MAXVFACTVKER OF Hari Cotton and Husk and all Kinds of Bedding. EKMTVO IN All. ITS BRANCHES. 132 134 N. Street. WALL PAPERS Window Window riXWR ABB TABLE Ott CLOTH. Wo. 39 NORTH GAY STREET Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. MD. JACOB THE OLD ASD RELIABLE Nail Paper and Window Shade Store Of Baltitimore City. How prepared to show the latest styles ot and semi to .iny o' he country whsn apiilication mM e t lim. Will send the best v.orkini-M he same when wanted. Will wall t-apci md window shades at factory prices. all in or send to him andfse his beautiful hues JACOB No. 39 Korta Gay Has no branch ot any oonnectioe cith any other hoa-e in the city. BILLMEY1R SMALL GO. dneeanon to H. SmalTi Ou Building Material. PRICES LOW. Near the H. C. R. W. Depot. Columbia Bicycles And Tricycles. MANY IMPROVEMENTS. THEIR ANGELS. My heart is 'one'y he irt can And cry of K np from For thetentlcr Of the little tjAtare Although kno.v They are all in the land where I shall go. I want them in the dear oM But fo-ward an'l will not And He who mad.- it made it Yet I miss my dirliugs out of my s Although I knoiv They are all in the land where I shall go. Only one has died. is one small in tha sweet Twenty years have bloomed and spread Over the little I know She is smfe in the where I shall go. Not only grown anl gane The hair of my darling is gfay That was gulden o-ice in tUo days so dear. Over for many an I mtny a year. Yet I nw She's a eh J'l in th5 laud I shall go. My brave boy is a grave eyed Fac'ng the worl I as a worker can. But I think of him now as I had him then. lay to my heart An-.l sol know 1 shall have him where we both shall go. Out from the father and into life. Back to His breast fro-u the ended And iha I hear the word the lips of Him who w'as child and And I that so It shall in the land whero we all shall go. Give i the gain. The secret this Of the blessed Kingdom of Children My mother's are waiting fo.- I shall 1-iy my head o'l my For I know. I'm a i-hil 1 mys.-If where I shall go. The world is troublous aud h ird and cold. And men and grow gray aul oil. But S-ehmd the worl I n an inner Where yet their angels behold Go Ts An 1 wo know- That oaly the children see Him so. T. D. Whitney having every reason to believe that I fror.t of the fire for then wrote I must be a prisoner for many long up mv daily journal. ai.d I went I begin au inventory of as to led I left the door wide open. It it were. There was a bed of skins seemed to that the air was getting and seveitil utcnfiK a foul down by opening the table and s-everal rough a a door the room was greitly piuitied. It or more about thirty can- was as 1 afterward came to with and and the fire was all when flour in quantities to last me several some noise in the room startled me. I weeks. I could not IKJCII better pro- j sat tip in bed and was soon lonvinced vidcd had I pi mned for the avalanche to th it some one or some Ih thing be- come. There was a lean-'n ntthe back end of the hut. and 1 looked into this to tind it full of fuel. 1 fe'.t much more j hopeful after I had taken the 1 for I could not but feel that it would j be before saw daylight j For several hours after the accident side myself was present. 1 could hear o d together with as of some one pulling himself along the and I climbed over the foot of the bed and lighted the candle. What was my amazement to find a tliird THE EroXOMITE SOCIETY I RELIGIOUS READING. A QUAINT SECT RICHER IN ONS THAN IN MEMBEBS. The yuoor Swioty that Rapp Kstabli.shed in Their History and Habits. Kconomv is the ijua'ntest J in the Vnited Statc-9. It i- on the Fi.rt Wayne uijhtceii be low jot it is as uulike HA American town if it belonged to an- other part of the ylolii- Ne thcr bustle of war by lity nor the railioa 1 The suow packing above i I got out that as and rafters and loirs cracked and lie would have at least wounded snapped in a way to keep me on for he hid his naked knife in his If the wcijrht on the toot' proved too' hand and was bent ou g.eat 1 should be crushed or smothered j hatchet was nt but I did not need raiment it fell in. It was niter 3 a weapon. The warrior had been dread- o'clock iu the afternoon before 1 felt safe. fully as an investigation j But very little snow had down the j had been buried just beyond the i chimney. I reasoned from thisth.it it other two. When I left the bodies ho had his way to my and theq pulled himself along to Ihe intend- ing to liave my life as I slept When had been covered rocks or limbs. If such was the case and the fire refused to I sliould be hard pressed with plenty of riw provisions at hand. I fell all the gravity of the situation as I threw on some light wood and made a bla-e. It for half an hour. certainly found a way to but some was driven back after a time the heat of the e brought down a great de il of w.iter so much sj th.it I could hardlv keep a 'and abyut I o'clock the was a hard tight Some of the smoke il'nne cabin was cleared of smoke. While 1 bartted in he glared at me with all the lute a human heart can betray. He was crushed at the and none but a age could have accomplished what he did. 1 could have killed him at a single but the horrib'e work was spared me. Death was already I eside and as I stood and looked down upon candle in he uttered a faint war- whoop and fell over dead. When I was sure that life had I dragged come by the adventure that I did not sleep attain that night. la 1 excavated ahole near could not for an instant belie'.e that the j him into the tunnel and shut and barred chimney showed above the I was j the and so upset had my nerves be- I s-Uistii'd that some way had been opened.......... 1L T --1 j for tae smoko to drive awuv. I ntiiy e-.- j plain hfre tha' a at mass of tree tops lodged ou tha roof before the bulk of where the two bodies pushed the that c and these held the snow llnec into it. aud packed the snow up so tint the smoke went s.'.iling them. Then I began running a tunnel in a hundred channels. i for tha ledge in front of the and I got mjself some wound up had gone 'about twenty feet when tha the and sit down for asmoke mid second night came. Early iu the third a think. The hermit bad two and j day 1 haJ to abandon this tunnel on a-v a large slock of tob.icco.and lor.ely as was count of acave-in which n arly smothered niy situation a feeling of gratitude to me. Then I turned to the rijjht to come God for the hand was upper-j out down the and I was still at most in my mind. I was now perfectly i this work when the first week satisfied that I was buried deep under Early in the second week I was the and that niy rescue would be a by of rocks aud aud wben matter of weeks. The first move was to j the s-j.-oad week closed I was drifting a i write out a statement of tbe tunnel to the left. It was slower work and this I where it would be pre-' than you would think for. The snow I was comiffgout of the mountains to i served and found in case of my death. was packed very and all I dug out the north of irgiuia City with a lot of j Then 1 began a daily journal.and mapped i had to be thrown behind and eventu INDER AN AVALANCHE. mail strapped on my There was no regular mail route there but about once a month some one took the lette-s down and returned with any mail found at the Postoffice. snow shoes. The and the snow deep on the level. had been a very bain suu and and the I started. out a programme to be followed. A j ally carried off and scattered in some hole week's imprisonment would be i under the tree tops. Kvery few feet I but after that it wmild not do to let the mind dwell on the situation. You see. I was on the horror of it was stillness. The met a big or the trunk of a aud it was hard work to get around such obstructions. Again a cave in savage in the He had ijtiite ami stenml.oat lines ever peiictrite tin- J the cabin sent forth suspicious souuiK reached side of the and had j heart of the sleepv n. It is the h 'of the asociety founded licO'-ge h'app i'l Certnany many j xc.irs What all their weic The j is moie than any outsider can ever tell. Their chief aim was to Ihe the earli- est hrUtians purl'ayed in the i it ings of the from Certnany by religious emigrated to America in and settled iu 1'tnnsyivanm. They buught Hnd and built s village which they called Harmony.They dubbed th'HHe'.ves mid gave what cirthly goods they pos essed to llie'r founder and ti'orge. who w.i- their advi-i-r and prcae'ier. George liapp ided that it would be more in conformity wilhtho ten di-ciphs live a life nt i-l.buy. Several of the mciubcrs had and sweethearts rebelled thN Tlmsu who were true to Lapp moved with him to O Foixl of O of O hren 1 ot angels l iimmiu Thnu refivshincnt fonti-uunvnt llearts fai itmg O font love O forever from imti thy thnit an.l them tind rest. thy face As l.v lliy word In lortu Cram that the v.uli Khul vibioii seo the Corolla Hymnorutn A Co Harmony was founded. I 'i-iasc attacked the new village and red ihc of its inhabitants so yealiy tb it thu remaining ones lied bai k to IVnnsyl- van a In IKii they acres of latul in a most beautiful valley ni'ar I'ittslnirg. Here they sittlcd and here those of them who are still live to-day. Tiic misfortunes that befell them in the two Harmony settlements caused them to change the name. They crJ ed their new home thems Kconomv and 'I he ipe who deserted the Harnidiiiles out or became asotlrr of Ihc globe. JIaiiy ot their descc. -dants aic well-known l eoph- in uroucd Allegheny City. About one thousand members first settled in but as their number was never incrtii-ed by birth or by and as dea'.h oc asionally invaded their there remain at the pit-sent time not more. than eighteen the youngest of whom is sixty-two yeirs o d. they first took vows celibacy they be- lieved that the world was neariug its der the weight of the snow every tick to be at work than from any hope of es- I had to make my way along the base sounded almost as loud as the blow of a j cape. All that week I tunneled to the of a range known to us then as Bill's and for this twelve miles there was only one settler. He was an old bachelor who had built himself a stout cabin under the eaves of the Thun.b. He was hammer. It was so warm that I needed right and at three o'clock on Sat- urday afternoon I broke into my own tunnel. In other I bad done a man docs when lost m the woods. pros- i only the smallest and when I went to bed at o'clock there was no need of even a single blanket for cover. _____ ____ __________ I was up at an early hour next j made a half circle and came back on ____ having slept like a log all and while all the time 1 felt sure I was pec and I while eating breakfast was startled by going straight ahe id. The fourth week don't know what else. Some of the sounds which I believed to be the voice of spent mostly in the house. I was boys who met him had an idea that a human being. I thought I could hear J now becoming much and was he had soured on the and come i groans and moans and cries for and ready to give up. It was on the thirty- out there to live a hermit but he was j when I opened the door the sounds fifth night that the cabin began groan- a chap who kept to and would fame to me more it might jng racking and 1 knew that not allow any one to question him. I j that the caught undjr the the snow was settling down around it. along very well for the first fire had succeeded iu tunnelling his The noises continued all giving mill but then realized that I was in j way to a point from which I could rescue I me many a and at seven o'clock danger from snow slides. The thaw had nira and I had no sooner next I opened thedoor. continued through the and it despatched my breakfast than I set about j I found n.y tunnel filled I was needed only a jar to send the gre.U making me a shovel to dig with. I found lamenting tins when 1 noticed that the masses of snow lying on the mountain a and with this sharpened a ijrc was drawing better than usual. rushing down the slope with a force j and the snow I dug from the ingover to the I took a look up which noth'ng could stand. One look 'doorway I aped up in the fuel roptn. i the chimney and saw the dark sky of place behind me which brought down nafl been digging oter half an heaven. A't the same moment three or hundreds of and as 1 pushed my hour when I made the dis-overv that the drops of rairij'ell upon my fsce. and way forward all my senses were on the t'rst of the avalanche had brought tilen I understood that a great thaw hud alert for the first signal ot danger. 'down a great lot of small b'ishes set in and was reducing the snow around When I had approached within pistol and with here and there a large me. It was three davs shot of the hermit's cabin I vaw the man tree They had been piled up hclter- before I got through the win- hiraself about a mile down the valley. but they held up thf m.iss of could force my way out of the He was coming toward the but f-aow so that with .1 little d'gging I had a burden on his shoulder and was could run a tunnel in almost any dircc- moving slowly. as I reached tion. Great care was how- the cabin I stood at the door to wait for burden above was very thinking he might wish me to take and the displacement of a sup- It had been raining for three days and and the creek below me was a mad torrent. The sn on the trail was i'-tii_ Tet very and I was compelled to a letter or do some errand. -_He was still might bring aown a great weight of twj d before j halt a mile away when I heard a snow. J _ fall away up the mountain above mv After I had run the tunnel straight out head. I knew it was a mass of snow f'Om the door about twenty feet I turned tumbling off the and that it was to the made UK way under a lot 1 _ o 7 f J tllc IHM4IC3 1 M Uliuvl the seed of an avalanche. The so'rnd f and ajter going abnut thirty Rnow The ham-t had w had scarcely reached my cars when I feet came upon the body of an Indian. wheeled to the lifted the 1st and tnc limbs and sticks made a 'ort of the next instant was inside. I Wsnone under which he and I knew too soon. Almost every pound of snon- that it w.s his voice I hid heard calling on a mountain side a thousand fe-t There were no Indians about us ind a quarter of a mile was in nio- and itist before the snow came lion for the base. It cnme with a ter- they ha 1 killed two men belonging to rible roar and a succession of crashes as otlr ramp. We h-id no fear of them after Then the weather changed to coldcr.and t t Citv 't w-w bodies I knew were under The in tbe edge of the and killed by being dashed against the rocks. His body was across the frozen creek to the edge of a and such clothing as -till clung to it were in shreds and tat- ters They had known of the avalanche both above and and had given me up for As near as the men Ihe last member died. They e it. On entering the village one sees plain well-kept I'lieil ou either side with large shade trceb and The noises are all alike. They arc nil built with the g.iblu end towuuts the an 1 cannot be entered through the yards. Everything in hconomy is run by rule ind regulation miu h as at hoarding school. At 5 o'clock in morni'ig the bell on the one church and c.-iry jne in the village rises. At oYlock dncller hits down to 1 and what is eaten in one hous- is i-.-iten in all. There is a day for ''milk and one for and for other dish peculiar to the place The bell nngs again at 7 o'clock for all to go to Jt it brings them back to at TJ to at to lunch at U and at it rings for e.cry one to put out his light and go to bed. No tnembcr rebels oMiisubcys. There is a wiuc cellar .Economy f.i- .rnous for its o'd but it is except to invalids. None of the Economies drink and their em- ployes are given and cidi'i-. The only paper published in Economy is a novel one on the side of the milk wagon which r I orach as well as the thu work to j be done. apples w..i h 1 I -'The will tie ered or h a field I is in-cribc 1 on Ihe w.icon's so that when all ii-e sup. lied with their daily portion of milk they know what labor awaits them. family names are used among the i members. and and j arc snrticicnt. If there are I two of a they them by the locality where thcv ire a near tin- and a rothy near the Un Sunday no excuse is accepted j absence from chur.-h. It is a lit- had not been swept away and tot n froni lo-t. Thcr- was orly a fire on the and before I moved I struck a match to see my way. After looking about a bit I found a and then I to inve-tigate the situation. On could see butt of hi sticking out of the but I pulled at it I found the missing. It bad been lied orT. I got his to.nahawk and however. when bantl From practical which I detrmln- co.ny snhjectine the 'titTercnt qualities of frotn which it is constructed to the recocnized standard of Government I am free to aseert that yon may justly claim that the 'Columbia' HAS SOT ITS IQl'AI. IH drAI.ITT Or XAVKEIAI. AXD all of which is shown Sn the tabulated results in yonr F. 3. U. s Inspector of Material. MFG. XKW 10KK. ADD HARTFUBD. AtJTilJ 1886. tosc'her with ier and li'iliet opening the door I found the snow and I had pulled the body the bounds' of packe 1 solidly in front. Coing to the along and crept beyond I cviahtsight S'tigle window I found i very MV of liaht a moccasin in the snow and dirt. It s-'nit out In room was .1 bundle of took mean hour to uneirth the h was that of a sccon 1 warrior. The had becT crushed out of him in a seco-d The mas- of rock which hid down with him had e erv FUENITUR E. SI Tht Largest and flext Assortment Furniture in4he _______. w all of OAK. rVPLutUand otMt mule af Hi the tmt most Parlor Lef OvimtmnmB. If Weannoimli j ly I nut In room was .1 bundle of rods.V'O'it mv and nine fe t lonir. Th-re wie Of them I one ami thr sj it tipwa-d from the but it did not sn the drift. 1 lashed another to .'ind yet the and now had at least twf citar pole to probe I believed the upperend found ght. In front of the and abr.t u'0 feet was a great mass of bare f..rtv rods lonsr by fifty feet lngh. This woufd -top the ava'anche.and it was more 'hin like'y 1 a'50 x that a so'.id mass of forty rods dust and tw nty-fotir feet ficep above What had become of the hermit. There wi-not onr chance in a thousand that had escaped. The avalanche would block the trail for weeito. and at the cry best it would be some days one M onr camp would know that I wa- in the hut. If ihc hermit escaped he would carry the If he Imri'd under the I might well make up my to remain a prisoner iiniil I WM in a bud and for half boor I lost mj courage. The other day there was in the city distinguished young says the St. Louis His cele.i- rity of his having recorded thd lowest temperature cterobscned within His name is Ceorgc A. and he was on his way irom l.ama. to where he act as Assistant Observer in tbe Office. It was on Xcw Year's morning. that Mr. then hcrvice Obscrycrat Montana. on tiie solitary telegraphic. in his and a great share of wjre that connected him with th 1 O 'f J..1 f I oiiM not tind. while h kni'c and torn ihwk were broken. Wlrl'- seirrh i'lg his cold .ind battcrc 1 'y I fo ind T keep sa'd Mr. Carden. ''The bu k-kin coa'aining ab-ut b'tgstoyc I kept m arly red but still the little room would not set warm. It seemed as cold as the outer air. Cpon ''Temperature decrees below tos-ed about niiiht trying worth of sma'l nusccts of th s gave nv a bint to overhaul the other. from him about worih of mei pjiea cohering equivalent to ard and in the scan h I twenty thicknesjes nf b'ankcts. Army fiund attachul t.. his belt a white man's buffalo buffalo which had not been off the cloth cvcrUbingin the shape of tim'shead ovtr twodiys. They mu-thave w.is'lieajn-d upon my little Iwn m ami-inn part wa u.itliemoun- twd. Vet Mill I shivered under it all. No intent upin taking the hermits one c'an form an idea of the cold that and but for the avaLinche thcv might have had wi-il. Thr dny had g ne by the time I had fivirhatili.'.l second Indinn's Ijody. at work the had I had to wear the heaviest mit- and my sedskin cap was pulled down over my ears. Or-c. v. hen I reached my ire hand nut of the bed to throw another sti- Ic of wood on the tire swiftly and r not inf- lt ffa v I had to drop sflfanvtimc to brw-d the horrors the slit''- Mind this time the i jring wd of the litaabon. After .upper I sat in IV. says that he never d at daneing and th utrt'-yoinx'. because they are not 1'tlt relative wrongs. But he leaves the Hdop- n together anil cards for nn d tricing tln'inw-K-fs red witti half .IresscJ or fjoiiiK 'J the theatre. They ithv iys sh.K-ktit tl.i- men- tion of such conduct by such But 1 ask tljL-ni it tb-v ilon'l wantns Kuiul in en as a bishup slnli have And then 1 thorn ran approve theso aiillist-nu'nts in of cuutso. thoy may ask the to npprovo the same in It is a gooil putting of the fliew .Ylliiistrr. 1 hero w as tinco a minister of thn gospel Hinj hnilt a I'liureh. Who never prc-achtM in one. Who nowr propoM'd n church fair to buy tho church a new rat Who never founded any seel. frequented public Louses ana drank wine with sinners. AVho never received a salary. Who never for one. Who never a black or a white necktie. W ho iioxer ii-ed a prayer-book. Or a hymn book. Or wrote a sermon. Who never hired ft cornet soloist to draw souls to hear the Who never even took a text for ser- mons. W'bo never went through a course of theo- logical study. Who vvus never orrlainod. Who was never even Who never went to conference. Who was Rel. Herald. whitest of white uhich tucked un- der her quaint little Muc her a picture oi olden the House the White House of onomv. It contains many costli. beautiful aud curious relics. When an Kronomitc dies be is in a and b-irifii in the near the ordiaid. Xo tombstone marks ins place. In the i entrc of t'nc ii is a mound where the Indians buried tin ir fallen after a battle ith f Kr- h. The Kconomy has manv tramps. Thcv arc alw.ijs tn.ued .11 t the simc as the citizens. Th' ar kipc over and after being givt'i in the arc st.ittcd on the.r way. No one ever leaves hungry. People often wonder what will He of their we.iltb. for they nre wealthy. Kvcrytbing they in and it bai become n 'i.jng that an Vronomite is always wealth. The world docs not seem neirer its end than it did when U.ipp founded his quaint socien. his 1 lowcrsarefirm in tlr-ir tlrit last member see It w I be many yearn until his i haye fol'lowifl bis 'i -u death's grun as the. MI _'u and then what will f omj and iu millions York Thr. Wind Chrl.t earth may no uioro know Christ after tho llcsh. But has He left no representative of Himself I Is His imago to fade trom tho Ho died to restore thu lost image of Uod to man. Whila in Ho represents He leaves man here to represent Him. He even so aro we in this His very imprints Ho hath left indelibly and if wo say wo ahido in must walk even as He walkod. Do yon when I say that the i of Christian swcin to my mind so that my spirit labors for to express its weighty Little said to me a few daya what is it to have the mind that is in 1 were in me 1 bhonld act ju.st as you nnd if tho mind of Christ m we shall net just as Christ if placed in circutn- stanot's similar to ours for it is tho mind that moves to U'ere all who are called bv tho nanitt of Christ actually to possess His and reflect His inugo. and to ex- hibit thoir living of that faith which do all through Christ which It would bfl an every-day sight to s.-c one chase a and two put ten thousand to tliirut. And if xve may thus speak of tho calling of Chris- words to .speak their i'hicbtf inar anil Following fjeforn fishing. .iiv not for tiio M.'istovV until wo aro the Master's Loving precedoii oti-ht not forget this. On c-irth one nuy SOTTG- master hut it is not so in than nm-.t ho nnswere-l hftvrotlie coniniissi'in can tny my Perplo some- lues tjilk fur hut. tkore ho a for Christ bo- furi- t-an fi paiuion for souls. Zin- motto L I have only one pabsioii nii'l that is All service must spring from Tbt.s is a vitally important truth to bo by w ho irtr any work for the Master. our swms ta have nnf. tho old This may ho from not weariness but in the service. The ftro.sgfst OE u-i tired. Even prew and '-U-pt jn tho storm. Nature ivst that tho emptied life fountaini may heieJHl-d. But in tbe wimng Ot our and fiitHi-iasm we nee-1 to bo vt'i-y honest with pfrhaps we are mi.- It.vt- for Christ. IVrhups we are not working Uvaii'v we not loving bt'tU-r v-o mitst to more. Only in can we ho made fishers iiu-n Master m ikO'i fishers of any -A Ivulo i.ot coma 'iftor him. Wh.it then i- It loving Christ orbs biiit- into such nnd -plnndor hefoi-e the that ail beauty other splen- fndr as stars ffidu fnna the sky in of the sun'-- Then love to'commit our- lofovcr to him vviio stands before m pnd cnlls us follow him. Kaitfc t h.Th'-rto and fiunK with appear in rotnpari-vm with the rif-h'T and thtt Christ hand i. full nnd nf I and it i- 'tflVrod bngm it will drop worth- It-'S If'-r. So it is that tii up bv o'der rliil- i pcr'-'-ivf of tho M. oplf 'm-tmi.'s tilk dole- s-irntui-t has to rhrixt U it I 1 to ttr pleasures j nf union with prrsnnal M _iHci.f --ML wiTli pver flfter. our frorn him and I'-'v-ons w.' go. h' U -v follow tint at th-j of all Chri-tiau bo r'hnst Sinn- not nr-vpt n rm-i. --.HUSO w ith a clmn-h U-c wv ac- and unite I to -r ih-1 follo-jfjiiK the has a '.vi-t J CIK.I 'in-'-nt whif'n he I nf 1 of tn-ir nb.lit v work. Truly of oirv 'v aivr to m 1. v that wo 1 IK- h i- nnd a ti'iw m U'f'.ro -j-nt out finally thfiix''pftt' 'i'-ivion we ars to i A t'ni- under .tii hind-t and l.y ho will matEe Ws liahersof lEWSPAPER EW SFAPER IV
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