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was black and dirty. “ Why,” said bright faces passed and re-passed ;
he, “ my ol I bar-keeper docs my joyous laughter chimed in wi
Are We Ready To Be Helped.
enlisting the service of those who
7 -CTÔ'Us been shadow-
IMHUH«»" »B flW m
truly has the
by the rum curse.: “ All through
Now, this statement created much my window upon the passing^ ed
the agitation of the temperance »“tfering of thousands been a pre-
hard feeling among the men that crowd, I could not help comparing
paration for the battle.
~ frequented the same sifloon he had it with the snow, pure«and fresh in question at this time, I seem to
But God did not intend that the
been in the habit of visiting. So the morning, but trodden under hear the words of my mother, nation should wander in this wil
some of them concluded to ascertain foot, ere night-fall. I thought, ‘ There seems to be no help for it, derness of pain and sin for these
tnnvm z 4’ 4-1.
I__ . ch i 1 d ren!’”
the reason why one customer should i(
Then 8he went on to gi ve, in bro long years ; it was for the hardness
be favored more than another. They will be smothered in drink, and ken sentences, portions of the his of the heart of the nation. It was
soon found out that their fellow what a heart-burden there will be tory of that home life. I caught not ready to go up and possess the
workmen had joined the “ Sons of carried to many a poor father and by snatches, glimpses of the dark land.
Temperance,” and had, as he said, mother ! It makes one shudder to picture that ‘could never leave her
This question of allowing the
“concluded to spend his money for think of the sin committed at the
sight. J saw the watching faces, as plague spot within our borders’
washing, and not for whisky./
beginning of the New Year—the
the Lour for the father’s home com should have been settled long ago
Money is of value to us only as time fur gjod resolutions, and the
ing approached. I seemed then to but our self-indulgence, our half
it procures good for us ; hence eveiy day to put them into practice.
hear the answer, “ There seems to heartedness, our cowardice, have
cent paid for ardent spirits is wast How freely the wine Hows, and
kept us from the promised land.
be no he’p for it. children I”
ed, for that which it buys is harm how few young men resist the
Today I believe, as temperance
But I will give the words of the
ful in every particular. Men will tempter in the form of a handsome one w 11Q.had thus suffered;---- - people we .have. this, question .to-ask-
confront you with the argument lady, w h o , with bright sfniles and'
“ My mother’s words carried to —candidly and seriously, each one
that they do not desire to be called coaxing eyes, says, “ Just one glass
me the fateful truth that there were for himself, “ Am I ready for the
niggards, as they will be, if they in my honor” And fast on to that
some things that God could not, or help of the Lord ?” And then it is
refuse to spend their money like glass follows many glasses, until wuuld^aotkt4h.-T4
ir -thïrt TTTjr dho-dut y of e a eh e nl is t ed o ne to aec
■■■'■wi h e r
—— * ibughjrfmH N6w Year'Wecom^s^V
mother prayed, and one day when that the soldier by his side, is
I deny this ! No man will be ca’l- blank to them.
I had stolen in from my play, 1 ready. Oh let it not be left to us
ed penurious because he does not -Oh. why is woman soAiften the.
heard her voice in such an agony of to say of this evil “ There iB no
buy that which he fails to use .But tempter! She who was made lor
pleading,‘ OK, Lord save us from help for it!”-M ary R. B aldwin
if you frequent saloons and find man’s helpmeet, but who, too often, the dreadful rum curse.”
in Church and Home.
companionship with men that drink proves his curse. Oh ' you temp
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“ I remember how anxiously 1
and you partake of their hospitali
The Queen of Madagascar has
watched and waited for signs of
ty, then you must respond in the
change in my father, and when I ordered that a prohibitory law shall
same manner, or they will class you God, yourself, and the world ; think gave up in despair of seeing any, I be framed, prohibiting the manu
of the homes you are helping to
said to my mother in a desperate facture of brandy or its importation
O re of the law< of nature is that blight, and henceforth be a bless
way, I wonder why the Lord will into her territories. The penalty
of reciprocation. This law causts ing to your eex, and never curse
is the forfeiture of ten oxen and a
all things to respond in its own your high position of womanhood,
“ I seem to see my mother’s sor tine of $10.
way for kindness shown. If we by using it to he’p the devil in his
T hear a kind word spoken to us, the woik. Either help every one to rowful face as she answered, ‘ Per
Senator Anthony says that the
practice of placing drunken, naval
tone swells in reciprocation, and we keep good resolutions made on the
officers on the retired list, instead of
feel kindly toward the person coming of the New-'Year, and let
dismissing them in dishonor from
shaking it. If we receive from a your merry voice an>l bright eyes
I asked. After a short silence, she
the service, has rendered that list
neighbor a favor, we desire to re
answered, ’We may want a bless
almost an inebriate asylum.
turn it. Therefore, as it is natural
ing, and yet not really be ready for
for us to with to spend our money
it, my child.’ ”
with the men from whom we have
Have these words any meaning
How to Get New Boots.
received favors, let us then resolve
This question was answered that we can apply to the country’s
| «BORTNW SURE CUKE • it no “catch-
that we will not he tempted we
r. lat ion to the coming struggle
Knny,” but in thunder tunes speaks through its
venty thousand certificates of Cures, to
will not place out selves in a posi
the sufferer front Catarrh, Neuralgic and
against intemperance. In the de
We say emphatically
uae“Dobyus' Sure Cure,“ and if not aat-
tion to necessitate reciprocity—by
tailed with result, we will refund your
money. We can’t say more.
forming a determination to "Touch room, when several capital speeches any element wanting that thall pre
My wife used your “Sure Cure ” for neuralgia,
it acted like a charm. My son and tighter
had Catarrh of eight Ind nfne yean sfaWnag" Tt
not, handle not.” Do not pause to were made, A huge Hibernian, vent the player for help from be
has cured them. I am recommending it every
where. (Elder>Jo«l T. HelmMetGreenfcld.Mo.
consider what your »eighlstr will who bad. on a pair of new boots, coming the force that shall move
We have 70.000 others of the same kind. Only
whh , however, acknowledged to be
ONE DOLLAR Per BOX.
• say, don’t stop to think what the
Ask your Druggist, or address all orders to
the chief speaker. In the course of
Dobyns & Mitchell,tricky"
world will say, but think what
his remaiks, which were giveu in victory ? Has a God-inspired zeal
your cash account says, consult
reached that culminating point that
true Irish brogue, he said :
CR fn COfipwd»? «t bom«. Sample* worth 16 free.
your bank-roll, and enumerate the
Address Srisaos * Co., Portlaud. Me.
‘“Them’s a tine pair of boots ye it will answer fur true achieve
many useful and ornamental things
have on ye,’ says me neighbor to ment? Is it ready to consecrate its
that can be had with the money
me a week afeer me takin’ the tem young men, its strong men, its mtn
now spent for strung drink.— Ex
he great cure
" ‘ They are,’ says I,' and be the
A New Year’s Thought.
I A —
sameto k r.’n’t was’ tiro rum sMTer gave 4ht*ecairdrrbnttle ag&iristaVtJbttrge'
b It is fair all the painful diseases of the -o
BY AUNT HOPE,
them to me.’
KIDNEYS,LIVCR AND BOWELS.
It e’enn-ne the system of the aarid poison
that causae the dreadful suflbring which
“ ‘ That Utts generous of him,’
only the victims of Rheumatism oan realise
It was New Year’s morning, and says he.
If the prayers of the solitary suf
THOUSANDS OF CASKS
of the worst forma of thia terrible disease
| the snow that bad Iteen falling fast
quickly relieved, and in short time
*“ ’Twa«,’ says I ; ‘ but 1 made a
all night lay thick and white on bargain wid him ; he was to keep slaves of strong drink, the throttled
muck , $i. uqnn on » by , sold by »ktcarsTa.
Dry can be sent by maiL
the streets. Merry sleigh belis rang hia drink and J was to keep me manhood of the thousand victims
WILL*, MCHABD8ON Co, Burlington Vt.
out their "Happy New Year;” money.’ ”—Sehr
of rum have been instrumental in .’KIDNEY-WORTi
i apan i
i au in nui i .