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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania T i v Talmage Sermon for late july in i Jegust the name a Loti Over wonderful of hot nmn sorrow dying testimonies of Many Kint nent july since his return from Russia has been literally flooded with invitations to address congregations and lyceum on the subject of his journey to the land of the whither he went with Louis Klopsch to direct the distribution of the Christian Herald re Lief while expressing his High appreciation of the cordial Welcome and splendid hospitality extended by the officials of and of the civic honors heaped upon the Ameri can visitors and of russian National gratitude to As personally expressed by the Czarowitz at where he entertained them As Talmage has been compelled to adhere to his Origi Nal during the week he has been preaching in the leading scottish his arrangements for next week include services at Newcastle and Sunder and thereafter he goes to the Isle of Man for a few the Sermon selected for this week is entitled the text being John to that cometh from above is above the most conspicuous character of his tory Steps out upon the the Fin Ger Diamonde with pointed Down to him from the Bethlehem was Only a ratification of the Finger of the Finger of the Finger of Chro the Finger of five Fin Gers pointing in one Christ is the overtopping figure of All he is the Vox Humana in All the Graceful est line in All the most exquisite mingling of lights and shades in All paint the Acme of nil the dome of All cathode aloud grandeur and the peroration of All splendid the greek alphabet is made up of Twenty four and when Christ com pared himself to the first letter and the last the Alpha and the he appropriated to himself All the splendours that you can spell out either with those two letters and All letters Between i am the Alpha and the the be ginning and the the first and the if you prefer the words of the above it after you have piled up All Al Pine and Himalayan the glory of Christ would have to spread its wings and descend a thousand leagues to touch those a High Mountain of thessaly a High and a High Mountain but mythology tells us when the giants warred against gods they piled vip these three mountains and from the top of them proposed to scale the heavens but the height was not great enough and there was a Complete and after All the and prophetic and apostolic giants and Michael giants cherubim and Seraphim and Arch celestial failed to climb to the top of christs they might All Well unite in the words of the text Aud he that cometh from above is above the Central theme in Christ must be above All else in our there so Many books on homiletics scattered through the world that All As Well As ail have made up their minds what sermons ought to that Sermon is most effectual which most pointedly puts Forth Christ As the Pardon of All sin and the correction of Allna there is no reason Why to should ring the endless changes on a few there Are those who think that if an exhortation or a discourse have frequent mention of covenant of works and covenant of therefore it must be profoundly while they Are suspicious of a discourse which presents the same but under different i say there is nothing in All the opulent realm of Anglo Saxonis or All the word treasures that we inherited from the latin and the greek and the indo european but we have a right to marshal it in religious Christ sets the his illustrations were from the the the the the barnyard the crystals of As Well As from the seas and the and we do not propose in our Sabbath school teach ing and in our pulpit address to be put on the i know that there is a great Deal said in our Day against As though they were they May but they have an Imperial they Are the Bridge Between soul and Between almighty god and the human what did god write upon the tables of stones what did Christ utter on mount Olivet out of what did Christ strike the spark for the illumination of the universe out of let there be and Light of course thought is the cargo and words Are Only the but How fast would your cargo get on with out the ship what you my in All your in your Sabbath school in your reformatory and what we All need is to enlarge our vocabulary when we come to speak about god and Christ and we ride a few old words to death when there is such illimitable Shakespeare employed fifteen thousand different words for dramatic purposes Milton employed eight thousand different words for poetic purposes Ruf us Choate employed Over eleven thousand Dif Ferent words for Legal but the most of us have less than a thousand words that we can less than five and that makes us so All Sweet words when we come to set Forth the love of Christ we Are going to take the tenderest phraseology wherever we find and if it has never been used in that direction be All the More shall we use when we come to speak of the glory of the we Are going to draw our similes from triumphal Arch and oratorio and everything grand and the French Navy have eighteen flags by which they give but those eighteen flags they can put into sixty six thousand different Aud i have to Tell you that these standards of the Cross May be into combinations infinite and varieties Aud let me say to Young men who Are after awhile going to preach Jesus you will have the largest Liberty and unlimited Fiou Only have to present Christ in your own i Jonathan Edwards Christ in the severest argument Ever and John Bunyan preached Christ in sub limes allegory Ever Edward sick and leaned up against the Side of the pulpit and we tout his while George the manner and the voice and Tifei Start Audi it would have been a different thing if Jonathan Edwards had tried to write and dream about the pilgrims Progress to the celestial City or John Bunyan had at tempted an essay on the human brighter than the fresher than the deeper than the seas Aro All these gospel song has no Dowers have no Sunset sky has no color compared with these glorious these harvests of Grace Spring up quicker than we can sickle kindling pulpits with their and producing revolutions with their lighting up dying Beds with their they Are the sweetest thought for the and they Are the most thrilling illustration for the and they offer the most intense scene for the and they Are to the ambassador of the sky All Complete Pardon for direst Sweet est Comfort for Ghast Liest Bright est Hope for Grimm est grandest resurrection for darkest what a gospel to preach Christ Over All in his his his his his his his his his inter glorious themes do we exercise Faith Christ is its do we have love it fastens on have we a fondness for the Church it is be cause Christ died for have we a Hope of heaven it is because Jesus went the Herald and the the Royal Robe of Demetrius was so so that after he had it off no one Ever dared put it on but Robe of Richer than the poor and the and the worst May where sin abounded Grace May much More the Joy of the my my said Martin Luther to staubitz my my sins the fact is that the Brawny German Stu Dent had found a latin Bible that had made him and nothing else Ever did make him quake and when he found through he was pardoned and he wrote to a saying come Over and join us great and awful sinners saved by the Grace of you seem to be Only a slender and you dont much extol Tho mercy of god but we who have been such very awful sin ners Praise his Grace Tho More now that we have been can it be that you Are so desperately egotistical that you feel yourself i first rate spiritual and that from the Root of the hair to the tip of the toe Yogi Are Scarless and immaculate what you need is a looking and Here it is in the poor and wretched and miserable and Blind and naked from the Crown of the head to the sole of the full of wounds and put relying no heat in and then take the fact that Christ gathered up All the notes against us find paid and then offered us the receipt and How much we need him in our Sor rows we Are Independent of Circum stances if we have his he made Paul sing in the and under that Grace John from desolate Patmos heard the blast of the apocalyptic Trum after All other candles have been Sun Ltd this is thu Light that gets brighter and brighter unto the perfect and under the hard hoofs of Calam All thu pools of worldly enjoyment have been trampled into deep at the foot of the eternal Rock the Chris from cups of Lily rimmed and Vine puts out the thirst of his i remark that Christ w above All in dying i have nonny sym Pathy with the morbidity abroad about our the emperor of Constantino pie arranged that on thu Day of Tion the Stonemason should come Turl con sult him about his Tombstone that after awhile he would and there Are men who Are Monon musical on the subject of departure from this life by and the More they think of it the less they Are prepared to this is an unman Liness not worthy of not worthy of tub heros the greatest conqueror of his while ordered the tunic he had on him to be carried after his death on a Spear at the head of his and then the Soldier Ever and anon should Stop and say All that is left of the emperor and conqueror of All the states he of All the wealth he Accuu nothing did he retain but this shroud i i have no sympathy with such or such absurd or with much that we hear uttered in re Gard to departure from this life to the there is a commonsensical idea on this subject that you and i need to consid there Are Only two styles of de a thousand feet by Light of Torch toiling in a miners a ledge of Rock May fall upon us and we May die a miners far out at falling from the Slippery rat lines and broken on the halyards we May die a sailors on Mission of mercy in amid broken Bones and reeking Lepro sies and raging fevers we May die a philanthropists on the Field of serv ing god and our the gun Carriage May Roll Over us and we May die a patriots but after All there Are Only two styles of death of the righteous and the death of the and we All want to die the god Grant that when that hour comes you May be at Home you want the hand of your Kindred in your Yon want your children to surr Ovind you want the Light on your Pillow from eyes that have Long reflected your you want the room you do not want any Curi Ous strangers standing around watching you want your Kindred from afar to hear your last i think that is the wish of All of but is that All can earthly friends hold us when the Billows of death come up to the Girdle can human voice Charm open heavens Gate can human hands Pilot us through the Narrows of death into heavens Harbor can an earthly Friendship shield us from the arrows of death and in the hour when satan shall practice upon us his infernal Archery no alas poor if that is better die in the far from tree Shadow and from vultures circling through the air waiting for our unknown to and to have no if Only Christ could say through the i will never leave i will never forsake from that Pil Low of Stone a ladder would soar heaven Angels coining and going and across the Solitude and the barrenness would come the Sweet notes of heavenly death of the Gordon far from dying to the door of a Heathen glory to o god what did dying Wilberforce say to his wife come and sit and let us talk of i Aew what happiness was until i found what did dying Hannah More say to go to heaven think what that is to go to who died that i love of the love of Christ what did the great hymn say in his last hour who can measure the depth of the third heaven the Sunshine that fills my soul i shall soon be for surely no one can live in this world after such glories As god has manifested to my what did the dying Fane Way say i can As easily die As close my eyes or turn my head in before a few hours have passed i shall stand on mount Kion with the one Hundred and forty and four thou and with the just men made and to shall ascribe riches and Honor and glory and majesty and Dominion unto god and the condemned to Burn at the on his Way thither broke away from the guardsmen and went bounding and leaping and jumping toward the glad to go to Jesus and to die for sir Charles Hare in his last moment had such rapturous vision that he upward and so great was the peace of one of christs disciples that he put his fingers upon the pulse in his wrist and counted it and observed and so great was his placidity that after awhile he and his life had ended Here to begin in but grander than that was the testimony of the worn out first missionary when in the Lamartine Dun Geon he cried i am now ready to be of and the time of my departure is at hand i have fought the Good i have finished my i have kept the Faith henceforth there is Laid up for me a Crown of which the the righteous will give me in that and not to me but to All them that love his appearing do you not see that Christ is above All in dying alleviation toward the last hour of our earthly Resi Dence we Are when i see the Sunset i one Day less to when i see the Spring blossoms scattered i another season gone when i close this Bible on Sabbath night i another Sabbath when 1 Bury a Friend i another earthly at traction gone what nimble feet the years have the Roebuck and the lightnings run not so from decade to from sky to they go at n there is a place for whether marked or where you and i will sleep the last and the men Are now living who with solemn carry us to our resting it is known in heaven whether our departure will be n Corona Tion or a brighter than a banqueting Hall through which the Light feet of the dancers go up and Down to the sound of trumpeters will be the sepulchre through whose rifts the holy Light of heaven god will watch he will Send his Angels to guard your slumbering ground at christs be they shall Roll away the so also Christ is above All in the Bible distinctly says that Christ is the chief theme of the celestial All the thrones facing his All the Palms waved before his All the crowns Down at his cherubim to Seraphim to redeemed spirit to redeemed spirit shall recite the Saviours earthly the Olio docs company of the stand on some High Hill of and in All the Radiant sweep the most glorious object will be myriads gazing on the scars of his in silence afterwards breaking Forth into the All the purer for the flame through which they will this is for whom to the All the happier for the Shipwreck and the scourging through which they will this is the Jesus whom we preached at and it and at an and at Little children Clad in White will this is the Jesus who took us in his arms and blessed and when the storms of the world were too cold and loud brought us into this Beautiful the multitudes of the bereft will this is the Jesus who comforted us when our heart Many who had wandered Clear off from god and plunged into but Weru saved by will say this is the Jesus who pardoned we were lost on the Moun and to brought us we Weru and he made us White As mercy Grace and after each one has recited his Peculiar deliverance and Peculiar recited them As by All the voices will come together in a great which shall make the Arches Echo and re Echo with the eternal reverberation of gladness and peace and Edward i was so anxious to go to the holy land that when to was about to expire he bequeathed to have his heart after his decease taken to the holy land in Asia and his request was complied but there Are hundreds today whose hearts Are already in the holy land of where your treasures Are there Are your hearts John Bun of whom i spoke at the opening of the caught a glimpse of that and in his quaint Way he said and i heard in my and lol the Bells of the City rang again for Joy and a they opened the Gates to let in the men i looked in after and to the City shone like the and there were streets of and men walked on harps in their to sing praises with All and after that they shut up the which when i had seen i wished myself among them Odds and the Bathtub spiders have eight the first Boston directory appeared in 1804 All the verses of the 186th psalm Are Waterman process for tempering wire netted him if you Are just a Little Strong headed go and read about a hypocrites Mouth has snore death in it than that of a mad a Philadelphia Crank wears his hair in a Long Plait Down his one of the very first duties every Chris Tian owes to god is to be for cigars an Elk county Man recently traded Oil his he remembers his stewardship who seeks to elevate and help All the chickens in the Western part of French Guiana Are perfectly the Man who goes abroad in search of change Doest bring much Back with a girl should please herself before mar As she Seldom gets a Chance after it is believed that Nickel carbonyl is about to play an important part in Metal the new York morgue received bodies last of these 107 were never the semiannual interest and dividends payable in Boston in july aggregate the expense of feeding the animals at the zoological Garden in London averages a it is stated that of Queen Victo Rias subjects in India never know what it is to get enough to Gladstone and Tennyson have always been close they were born with in a few months of each do not give your Check to a this is an open door for and if your Bank loses through you it will not feel kindly toward you cant always believe those who Tell you they have stored their furniture and moved away for the very often it turns out they Haven been paying the the search Light to be placed on mount Washington will probably to the most powerful in the and in Clear Wea ther will be seen from sections of All the new England As Well As from parts of new York and aged was thirteen years ago Carleton bought in Buffalo the Pine lumber for his kept it seasoning in his own House for three and then brought it to Warsaw for the coffin to be made imme it was 7 feet 4 inches As he wished it to be Roomy and painted White inside and Black it was Carleton intention to take the coffin in order that it might be Handy when but his wife de purring to it remained in lawrences undertaking rooms during the last ten the remains of the eccentric Man were placed in it on at the same time the order was Given for the in Carle ton also contracted with Hugh Curry to dig for when a deep to be Laid up with Brick and with John Hanigan for a Tombstone in the shape of a miniature House with doors and and Over the front door the Sweet Tho Monument was constructed and has Ever since been in Hanl Gaus Marble monday Curry went to Carleton in and made the grave according to contract and Hanigan will soon Placo the Monument at its Buffalo Toolsia Tell Bow that stunt Patty in the third did Loos a had things pretty much her own Way at who loved Loo Bra As her being Content to sit in her Little parlor like a lady and make up her slates at which arithmetical exercise she to quote a while Loos a Rode upon the whirlwind and directed the lodgers of All shades and patterns frequented com Mercial Independent Legal and All passed under Loos has Eye in regular Rota that terrible Organ Mea dissected and classified while upon the tablets of Loos has memory were engraved their characters failings Aud Idi syn the experiences collected by Loo Sha during her seven years at Billits would make a Good some of these experiences Are weird Aud grow others laughable or As in the Case of that Stout party in the third his As regarded the expenditure of As Loos a his to was a miserly old she or to would never have tried to paint the inside of his Bath with Elphinstone elephant enamel instead of sending it to the japanes to to properly done and what happened was a judgment on him and his for the very next after Loos a had deposited at his door the two Large sized cans of boiling which that Stout party and a right to a paid or at least remembered the girl who regularly put out her Scallop Bone in carrying of pm repeated plunging of some heavy body on the third floor caused the House of Billit to while at the same time that Stout party bedchamber Bell tinting tabulated Loos a responded to the opened the door to my she in is Dressin As were a Rob roared tied around where is Waist ought to a been with a Bell pull and my Art turned right Over when 1 clapped my Eye on is it was that rashly sir 1 says aint you Well i is answer was a sickly sort o smile Loand bold in that identical moment o cracks All Over is features like a whitewashed a cilia when a carpet dance is Goin on Over id n but for an Idear that rushed Over me an hastily Pushin that Stout party to one Side i rushes into is there stands the Asod just got out of steaming in the Middle of Aud White soup was not the word for the nor Orrid Strong enough to Call the smell of wot can be the matter says that Stout party inn recently i feel exceed Only which similarly would to strange it you didst i Sharps Back an 1m Potteet it seems As easy for fifteen Earold Ned to learn a Long poem As it is for his younger sister to commit to memory one Short his lessons Aro quickly his examination papers Are models for his the family Delight to test neds Powers in this direction by asking him to memorize numbers and signs us he passes along Tho and his Success is really Surpris consequently his father and Mother looked at the boys Grandfather in mingled amazement and dismay when the old gentleman remarked one Day that Elsie had a much better memory than her brother the family father Morse his astonished what in the world do you mean Elsie has a dreadful time with her examinations in everything but it seems As if she possibly fix a Date in or an outline or Arule in grammar in her mind so that it will remain there five but Ned he remembers every he remarked theres quite a number of things Hes always for the proud Mother said the old those children have been with us a month at a time in the As you and Treyve had a pretty fair Chance to learn the ways of the but if youll believe me that boy of yours is just As Likely to come downstairs in the morning and Plant himself in my that been my seat for forty years and is he is to sit anywhere else arid Ive seen Elsie rout him out of it again and and he looks just As much surprised every time As if it had never occurred before but that Only said somewhat i Call it a Lack of rejoined the old its All very Well Well for Ned to be Able to get ahead of All the other and keep enough figures and dates in Liis head to drive anybody crazy but theres another part of his memorizing faculty that needs cultivating needs it compan on considering youre u Livin mask of Elphinstone elephant an if Al Lowed to set will last a As the labels say so i should advise i to get yourself scraped without at that u owls out an plunges at the an i goes Down an fetches Billit in the Boot Promp measures hem an Between pm they got in out of is e didst Stop Long at Billits because of the Story Leakin an Tho other lodgers Givin in Tho nickname of old besides so Diu in a circular from the enamel company Askin my to Forward is photograph before an after use for an and an kindly James is not Complete or and a cleaning White a Light evening toilet without White shoes White shoo that is polled is there Are Many popular fallacies in this world one is that raw eggs Are not Good to eat and another that White shoes Aro per perishable indeed i my White shoes have lasted to longer than any shoes i have Ever and with nothing More than a Little Elbow grease to preserve any druggist will sell you ten cents Worth of pipe and who does not pos sess an old Toothbrush with these two articles there is no excuse for the Dustless of your White use the pipe Clay taking care always to rub the Way of the so As not to roughen the do not be afraid to Brush hard or to get too much of the Clay on the you cannot get too much and unless you Are an with an Arm of i do not believe you can Brush too pipe Clay used in the same Way will also clean trimmings of White cloth if they Are excessively use the Clay wet it will make them look badly at but if brushed carefully with a clean Brush and fresh water it will dry off in a most Satis factory Ada Chester Bond in ladies Home might live glorious grave what a glorious thing it to diet tit mud some Day an interesting article May be written on horses that have made last month two horses came very near changing the course of events in two pm on May As lord Salisbury was driving Down James one of the carnage horses got its leg Over the traces and thereby upset the nervous equilibrium of its the two then bolted Down the Street and could not be stopped until they upset the Carriage Aud made a general lord Salisbury was lifted out of the overturned shaken but his was had it been Bis what a difference it would have made in Germany the Young emperors horses have run away with him ouch but this beyond Rushing Over a hedge and across a Only afforded the emperor an Opportunity for the display of his customary episode had no had the runaway team broken the emperors neck what a Prospect there would have been before Germany and Europe the heir to the German throne is a child of who but the other Day received his first commission in the German there would have been a Regency with All its of ignorant City City Niece Way Why do you pour your Coffee into the Saucer before drinking it Uncle Cool the More air surface you give the quicker it guess these Ere City schools dont teach much do French the Best umbrellas were for a Long time made in in the Middle of the last they were among the articles manufactured by the corporate body of their general makeup was very weighty and whee the instead of being tipped like a walking stick As was furnished with a Large ring by which the umbrella was suspended or the English umbrella of the period a close it was once thought legitimate to employ any one of a number of queer mechanical devices in so that some of the inventions which appeared in France about a Hun dred years ago were very amusing from the present Day the folding umbrella was one of its Rod was a hollow tube containing a Strong spiral which pressed upon an inner to the top of which stretchers were by pressing a trigger in the handle the Spring was released and the umbrella flew being returned to a folded condition by Means of cords to be running along the outer Rod or and wherein Field wan to Cyrus Field it was Giten to Ren Der the world incalculable the creater of the magnetic Telegraph was but Back of him was the Man of Faith and Energy and he believed in the Atlantic after its first failure in 1858 he was still to risked his future at a time when other men would have Success and today the whole world is knit together in one great there is touch Between the continents and the far off islands of the boundless and to Cyrus thu All is we of this City owe him unmeasured to him we Are indebted specially for Tho Low rate of fare on thu elevated which has done so much to develop the growth of the Fortune smiled upon him in his great but in his latter Days sorrow sat by his he had the sympathy and respect of his As Well As the gratitude of two new York should be proud to Honor York Adver Tho Archive House at a far reaching in its importance to As Well As extremely inter Esting in its origin and has just been set on foot in Germany by Admir ers of the fatherland great mostly members of the goeth Gesell and others interested in preserving to Weimar her traditional and proper position As the Center of the plan is simply this to place in the hands of the grand Duke Aud grand Duch Ess of on the occasion of their Golden wedding 8 of this As Large a sum As possible toward the Erec Tion of an Archive House in Weimar for the literary relics of Goethe Aud together with an appreciative and sympathetic address from the and thus repay in spirit the labor of love which Tho grand supported by the advice and sympathy of her August Hus has undertaken single handed in the interests of German saturday relics Mal to an individual who opened a Small tavern near the Field of Waterloo was frequently questioned us to whether he did or did not possess some relics of the and he in variably and honestly answered in the but he was very and one Day while lamenting to a neighbor not Only his Pov erty but the annoyance to which travellers subjected his Friend Cut him Short make one help the other make some but what can i do inquired the poor Tell them that Napoleon or Wellington entered your shop during the Battle and sat Down in that not Long after an English tourist entered the inquiring for was told the chair the chair was bought at an incredible the next Comer was informed that Wel Lington had taken a and Tho Wel Lington Tumbler was accordingly the third arrival gazed with breathless wonder at Tho Nail on which Bonaparte had Hung his Tho fourth purchased the door posts Between which he had in and the fifth became the Happy Pur Chaser of the floor on which he had trod at the last advices Tho fortunate tavern keeper had not a roof to cover his and was sitting on bag of Gold in Tho Corner of a deep pit formed by Selling the Earth on which the House had in a recent communication to the acad Emic Des sciences Brown Acquard gives particulars of some remarkable cures he has effected by hypodermic injections of n liquid prepared in his of which the composition has already been made known to nervous for instance locomotor which is otherwise difficult or impossible to Over to successfully spasms duo to rheumatism of Tho Muscles and Side Are so quickly abated As to appear the result of a and the attendant weakness also to considers the liquid not but it increases the cerebral and in experiments made with old men it improved their muscular Power and stamina in a wonderful for an old Man of eight nine recovered the lost Power of mounting his Sugges Tion or Faith has apparently nothing to do with the surprising because experiments were made to test tie in one Case the injection was simply and the patient showed no increase of i brow Sequard thinks that epileptic and consumptive patients May Benefit from the but he wishes to guard against exaggerated notions of its a dig the rudder of the French ironclad Bren Nus is eighteen feet thirteen feet wide and weighs seventeen in trans porting it from the shops where it was made to the shipyard it was necessary to suspend it Between two Fiat As it could not be placed upon a single car in any even by this latter arrange tent the rudder just Clearing the roadbed mid the Arches of the tunnels through which it was necessary to this great rudder was built with an Interior Frame work of wrought Iron angles and and covered with steel tra Ordinary care being taken to Haveit perfectly inter a sleeping it is said the Duke of Devonshire goes to sleep in the House of what else is he to do should that August House sit As it does three or four times a year be it is the custom to go to sleep in parliament when you have a mind the rules forbid Tho perusal of a a Magazine or a if a peer or a Mem Ber of the commons desires to read he must go to the Reading room or the when a bore is on his legs about 10 or 11 and his diffuse Audun interesting commonplaces Are running out in turgid what better thing can a statesman do than go to sleep when in the lower House As lord Hartington the Duke was a confirmed with his legs against the clerks his hat tilted Down Over his his Mouth open and arms or balancing his body upon the at times his lordship was guilty of an approach to people who go to bed about 8 or 4 in the morning must take their sleep Francisco an Kinbar raised one of the visitors to the court House was Uncle Sammy who received a Hearty greeting from the attorneys around the building and Tho attaches of the various Uncle Sammy years ago made a reputation by the Man Ner in which he tripped up Albert por minister to but at that time a practising Moore was a juror Aud governor Porter was arguing the his main dependence was on the testimony of one William said the Fis Cus to whom i refer is not the Fiscus who achieved such notoriety in the Clem he interrupted juror he is identically Tho same Billy this interruption so embarrassed Porter that it was sometime before he could continue with his Diana Polis a rare a curiosity in Captain Halls collection is a tiny boat about three inches fashioned from a fragment of Tho British Manofar that was sunk off Cape cod Over 100 years and that Dur ing an unusually violent storm about five years ago was washed ashore from out the Depths of the Aud thus brought into the Light of the Sun after a Century in the Wood is Black Oak and la in a perfect state of Laud into Sciug for i told you yesterday i would cot marry said i know said that is Why i ask you again you would not be so lacking la i As to re peat today what you said trifle to induce a chinaman to bang the suicidal it is worthy of note that the greatest number of suicides Are committed by the the form of death they choose is usually in every country three quarters of All the suicides Are of the male it is almost impossible to re Alize the readiness with which the Chinpao commit it requires the meet i harpers l

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