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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1901.
RKV. liKVt niRD, D. D., who lins
for several yi'iivs Iippii pnslm "f
tlm Pinhltilllnii rlutii'h In thN
olty, lins ri'.olRiiotl nnil will tic
copt tho pnHtnrntP nf the Won
ieynn Mptlmdlst pliureli at Citttnraii
gnn, N. V. Up will Ipiu'p foe Unit plnco
next wppk, nnrl will pi-mich his fare
well sPrmoii to lili Hirnnlon rniiRreRii
tlon In Mor'pl'a hull, nn HrpnUei' street,
Sunday nftcrtinon nt :t o'clock. No ef
fort will bo made to Uopp tho Prohibi
tion church nllvo nftpr tho departure of
Br. Bird. 'J'ho congrefrntlon will dis
band. The pnpuliir Sunday pvphIhr services
nt tho Ppiin AvpiuiP Hnpllst church
will bo pnntlnucil. Tomorrow rvpulnp
thp pnstor will rIvp Hip story of Tho
Prodigal Son, tislliR ninny choice storo
optlcon views to lllustrntp tho Scrip
ture story, ny spcclnl leanest Mrs.
BrundnftP will ship "The Holy City"
nnd the hymn will bo beautifully lllus
trntcd. For ninny weeks the Ri'ent con
BrPRntlons linve taxed the seiithiK cap
nclty of the church, and the presenta
tion of the (loHpcl In such plenums
methods has struck thp popular favor.
Since Sirs. nrtindiiRC suns Hip "Holy
City" (i few weeks iiro to a Rreat au
dience at the church, there hnvp been
many requests to have It repeated.
Great. Intcres-t everywhere exists In
better educational Hlble wnik in tho
Sunday school. Tho Pennsylvania,
fotalp Sabbath School association lias
I'Midd a llttlo booklet with scheme
of orfrnnlxutlon found thniotiRlily
practicable, and courses of lessons for
one year. This Is the actual solution
of Rradlnp problems by many earnest
superintendents In the state. Write
to General Secretary Charles Koads,
013 Crozer Huildlnir, Philadelphia, for
Ttev. Dr. I,. Bird, of this city, has
received a call to the Wesleyan Meth
odist church nt CattarauRUs, N. Y. Up
has decided to accept the pulpit and
will preach his last sermon here on
Sunday at " p. m. In Mnrell's hall.
Breaker street, Green nidge. There
will be a special service and all are
Invited. Miss Florence Bobertson, of
Dunmore, will MtiR at the service.
The new Catholic church of St. Phll
omonn, of Haw ley, Wayne county,
will be dedicated Sunday monilnp by
Bt. Bev. M. J. Holian, who celebrate
n. pontifical IHkIi mass lit 10.:;o. Ttev.
P. C. Winters is pastor of tho church.
i:im l'ark Cliinrli Prn.ver nnd pialso service
nt :R(1 J. in. iiml piddling M-rvIco ut 10:.i a.
in., tumuli i tint p.i.-tor, Dr. U. M. (Jlltttil
class meeting nftcli inornliis penlces; Siinil ly
sdiool at 2 p. m. ; Junior I.cokuo .it 3:30; Senior
Kpuarlli League at HiKO p. '! "I :'" 1'- '"
preaching liy tin- pastor, topic, "Who is t li
Happy .Mini?" Seniles nt Hip l'ine rllreet Ml-..
tton Siimhy p iir.til nt ! .1. 111.: Kpwoilh
League si 'flsWI p. 111. A lonllal lnsfUtlim H
extended In nil,
Siiiibtin .MttlioilM Kpi-enpil rliuri h, North
.Main Aietiue--ItfV. 11. C. Milli'imull, p-i-lor.
Pre.11 hlng at 10 ::o 1, in. ami 7.:1 p. 111. Morning
mlijcLi, "Tl 0 "ill ot ihe i:.nlli"i evening sull
ied, "Tin' Wii' llulhler." Suiulai v,iniil nt I J
m., Jim it lr.ij.-iip .il a p. m.j Kpworlli league
at H...11 p 111. I'lliml and strangir welioiiie.
ri11111 M. i:. Clmnli, oiiier Mnii-cy nicnie
nnil Helm .lie strorl, llv. V, (I. Siinpsnn, 1). I),
pn?tnr DoM'tionil mocllni; of tlir- lliulluilionil
uf (. r.iul nt fl.."l) n. 111 ; piiutlilni; at 10:.'iil
n 111., Milii.'it, "Cliu'tlui Kiiuwlidito nnil Ti
tlinony I nils et rower;" Simd.i.v fcIiooI at 2;"0
p in ; 1'pnuilli Ii'.imic at ln.'lil p. in.; prtacliini;
nt 7:.'i0 p. 111., Milijpil, "Cospi'l Jljilrry nnd
Mmplicity in I'nl-on," prayer mrctini;, Wrdms
day, nt "."ii p. in,; lni-ir.cs nipctini; of llio
Ilrothe.lifol ot t-t. l'.iul on tlio fciond nnd
foui th Tiicilijs ot cnili nionlli at 7:S0 p. 111.
Scats fire nnd .ill wpIi'Uiip.
.-h Stipet Mrtlirnli-t KpiMopil Cliunli, llcv.
J I! AiMin, pi-lm -Miud.n filmol ut -"0 p.
nt Hl-0; ili'i nipi'liii at 1 1 :::0 .1. in., (1. W.
I'huMi, Ip.iiUi; Mllld.lJ Mlinnl at '2 p. 111. Hip
('lillilini's d.iy fPiiiips will lip licld in Hi"
txcnini:, ronuiirnciuir at 7.o. 1'. W. Monc will
lute ili.ilKC. A imilial ueUoine to all.
.Nay iit Motliiull-t i:pliopal L'liuuli, l!c.
J II, imIii, pi-tur "uiiiliy Mlinol nt 2:".0 .
in., I'lank IMu.iul, MipciiiilPiidoul; rli's iin'it
ins .it ,'l:M1 p, in.. W, M. Muu, trader. 'IIip
C'hJlrli cn- day .-ruin's will In- IipM in tlio
exciting, pnuiiiicnciiis at 7::il, nnd MIm IMirnc
an Itiuiii will luc cli hro. A coidial wrlioinc
Piomlciup M. II. ( IiiikIi, llcv. (iPihkp A,
Cuie, paiim 'llic llrotlii'ilmoil of M. I'aul uipits
at 10 a. 111.; Milijril (it iiiornliii; scni)'li, at 10:;'l),
"(Jod'it (irntlriii'fs;" Muid.1.1 mIiooI at 'J p. in.;
1'punitli I.p.ikiip at Ml", lepli, "How 'IVnipii
ni.p Would Tiaiifiiiin Hip Kailh"; Milijril vl
frnlnir m-iihoii, at Till1. "Will the Kingdom ot
Coil l.pr llulr Tins World.'"
Couit Minn Mclhrali.t Kpi-iopal C'liiinh, (!.
I3 a natural instinct which shows itself
in the girl as boon as she is big enough
to play the mother to her doll. I'nfor-tunatc-ly
the womanly health does not
always keep pace with the motherly in
stinct, nnd wiien
comes it often
comes to mothers
who suffer intol
Sor.tbly during ma-
Eternity ami who
'are unnble to
nurse the weak
ling child which
frets and moans
in their arms.
prepared for anil
provided tor by
the use of Dr,
I Tierce's Favorite
nerves, gives a
nnd promotes rest
ful s 1 e e ji . It
makes the baby's
Advent practically painless, and gives
the mother abundant stieugth to nurse
Accept no substitute for " Favorite Pre
scription." There is nothing "just as
good" for weak nnd sickly women.
"Two ycirs hro I was very ick uud began
taking vour ' I'avorile Prescription,' writes
Mm. l;d. Hacked, of Cliardon, cleauga Co..
Ohio. 'When my baby bov came lie neighed
twelve pounds and a half Have had good
liealtli ecr since, until about three necks ago,
when weanliiK my baby. I contracted a heavy
cold. Am tafcinff your ' Golden Medical Discov
ery.' I am thankful that poor sufferers have
euch a grand chance to regain their health by
using Dr. 1'ierce's medicines It would take
page to tell the good it has done In our family,
nnd la a great many more families under my
I thank you for your kind medical advice."
Dr. Pierce's Medical AdvUer in paper
covers is sent fite on receipt of 31 cents
ia one-cent stauips to pay expense of
mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
(', to man, (wulnr-Clay, 0! 1.1 a. in., 0. D. Po
Will, lender; picailiiinr, 10::io n. 111.1 biindiy
mIioI, lltlS n. in,, (I, II. ('Ink, (niperltiltnib
rut; Junior bragur, .t:.(0 p, tn., Mm Vred Klnu,
siipi'rlntrnilint; llpwoilh l.p.i'tiic, fll'Oi prp.pi
lug, 7;.!0. hcits Ircc, A lonllal welcome to
I'oilar Avpiuie McflimlM Kpiscop.it Church,
I'. P. Holy, puslor STilces, Juno 2.1, ltwll
Mictlnir of iltollieihood of SI. I'aul at Dili .
111.; morning uornlilp nnil fcrrnon at IOM0 n. m ;
"ui.iliy Klioal at noon; Junior 1'pwortli League
at .1:.in p. in.; Cpwmtli I.e.iRue nt n::!1) p, m.i
pitnlng uiiMlilp and neimon nt 7:.10 p. in. A
uckome to nit.
I'ir.st Oernnn Mciliodist llplsrnpal riiiinli,
Ad.iiiM avenue and Vine Mrrpt, ltev. (!. Itohllln,
pistor Prcmhlng feniep, IO;.!0 a. in. nnd 7!"0
p. m.; Sunday fdiool nt noon and at S oMnck p.
111, nt the Ta.ilor Aictiup ilupel! Kpworth
l.ragup iiicetlng at 11:15 p. in.; nujcr meeting
on 'llniredjy evening.
I'cnn .Uciiue Piptist rliurih, Penn avenue, !".
twptn Sprurp nnd l.lndcn strpela. I'leatliing.
incinliig at 10.30 and evening at 7.S0, by the
p.i.lor, ilev. Ilobert P. Y. IVicc, II. I). Morn
ing prajprs in the lower temple nt 0. IS. '1 heme
of Hip morning seiinon. "The Model Christian."
.Sunday jihool at the Penn Avenue ilmiili at 2
o'clock ami at the Aiiirrmiii mission nt 3.30.
Young People's sniicly of Chiislliiii l.'nde.ivor at
il.Mi. Topiu of the illustrated evening scimon,
"The P11nlig.1l Son." 'J his seivlep will he beau
llrully lllustralpil Willi cliokr lantein views, and
by special ipquei-t Mis, lluincl.icn will sing "'Hip
Holy City." A coidial and liparty welcome to all
.laikson htirpt Paplit C liiirrh Morning pra.ver
meeting at l);3(), leader, Ucicon Davis; preaiii
Ing servlcp at IOiSO n. in. by llie pastor, ltev,
Tlio. te firuchy, D. D., topic, "Siving I'alth;"
Sunday school at 2 p. m., Charles Wollley, super,
ititindent; I'icniiig seriiip at 7 sharp; prals.
and ollg seivice followpd by a short addiesss on
"Uiaiacler." All nro cordially Invited lo this
servne and to nil the privileges our ihuttli
(Jreen Daptlst riniidi Sermons by the pastor
at 10:30 n. 111. and 7:.n.fl p. in. Subject in the
morning, "Trials as .1 I'reptration for Service,"
in the evening, "Have we .1 Hlglil to laid Our
Own Sinsi" Mpctlng of the Junior society nt
3:30; piajer meeting of the senior sociely at
Hlakfly llaptist Church, David Sppnipr, D. D.,
pastor 10:30 a. m., hCiinon, "Vidnry Over
Temptation;" l:i, Ullilp school; 0:15 p. in.,
It. Y. T. V.; 7:30, seriuon, "Hulh the Noble
Woman." Everybody welcome.
Pn.-t Piesbjterian riiiucli Services at 10:30 a.
in. and 7:30 p. 111. Dr. Mct.eod will pir.ah.
"1 he mid wppk fprviic on nest W1lne.-1lay even
ing will be prrp.naloiv tn the eelebrallon nt tile
laud's Supper en June .'0lh. Strangeis welcome
to all servins.
(reeii JUdgr Piosbjlrihn Cliiudi, I!ev. I. J.
Lansing, paslor; llev. L. It. I'o-tei. aaislant
I'liildren's iliy llev. J. X. roimaii, of Indii,
111 whose diilrut aie 21 of the 1i famine orphans
supported by the flible school, will speak both
morning and evening; 10,30 serviips with the
childien; i.pecml mu-,ic nnd addles by Mr.
rnrman; fi:ij, Chri-tian Kndeavoi; 7:4i. woi-hip
with address by llev. .Mr. Poiman. All aie in
invited to cadi of tlipa srivieps.
Washbiuii Street rreb.vteii.in Church, Drv.
John I". MolVat, 1). 1)., p.isloi Seniles at 10:.li)
a. in. and 7:30 p. 111.; C. 11. doling People at
li:20 p. in., Iiadcr, Mr. D. L. Morgan, subjeil,
"Teuippiance;" pia.ver merting, WcdneMljv, 7:.,0
p. in. Tlio p.Mor will puaih moining and
evening. All welcome.
Sunnier Avenue l'lesbvlciian cluireh, comer of
Suinnir avenue and l"iiio stipet. Services to
mouow at 10 :,0 a. 111.; Sunday seliool at 2 p. 111.;
evening seivice at li p. 111.; Young l'mple'i. to
piety, Sunday eveniig, 7 p. m. ; Hind of Hope,
TucMlay eveiiinir. 7.:'.0; mid-week pr.i.vir meeting,
7.4 " p. m. Wednesday evening.
Capouse Chapel (I'reab.vtei 1.11O Pieaehlng ot
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by Hie pa-tor,
llev. I,. It. l'n-lcr; Sunday sdiool at 3 p. m.;
Senior l'.nileavor, li:30 p. in.; Junior Lndcavor,
Monday evening; piajer meeting, lliuudiy
evening. All welcome.
St. Luke's Palish, ltev. Ilogeis Iiacl, II. 11.,
rectoi; llev. I.. J. Ilaugliton, senior Curate;
ltev. M. II. Nash, junior nil aie, lliild Sunday
St. Luke's Church 7:30 a. in., holy commun
ion; 10:30 a. m , morning praver and seimnn;
7:30 p. 111., evening piajer nnd Minion; 0:1
n. in., Sunday school ni.n Bible daws.
St. Maik'.s, Dunmoie S ,1, m., holy commun
ion; 10:JO a. in., morning pia.ver and sermon;
7:30 p. m., evening pia.ver and spunon; 3 p.
in., Sunday sihool and llible ilas-,es.
La-t Lud MI.-sioii, Pie-iolt avenue 2:30 p. m.,
Sunday sdiool and llible ela-,es; S;30 p. m.,
evening pra.ver and niinon.
South Side Mis-ion, 1'ig stieet 2:30 p, in.,
Sunday sdiool and Bible clas-es.
St. (Jenige's, Olj pliant 2:30 p. m., Sunday
school ami Bible ilaeie-.; :i;30 p. in., evening
pra.ver ami scimun.
Cliri-t Cliiudi, miner Wa-hinglon avenue and
Park sheet, ltev I", S. Ilillentlne, reeloi Ser
vices 111 10:.i0 a. m., 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. in.
All beats fiee. All welcome,
(race flefornied LpUcop.il Cliurdi, Wvoming
avenue below Miilbeny slieet, Hi v. CJcoigr L,
Alruh, pa-tor I'l.i.ver ond piai-e service nt 0:30
a, m.; divine woohip at 10:1.0 11. in. nnd i:3U
p. 111, 'Hie psloi Ull pieadi at both M'niiei.
Mniuiug topic, "In Meinoiiim," Ill-hop William
II. Nidiobon, I). II.. II Tim. iv ;8 ; evening,
"baae a T.vc of ( In Ut," (ien, xii:; Sab.
bath Mlinol at U ra. ; Y. P. S. (', I;, at il:D0 p.
m. Seati fire Strangus uudiall.v iiiviled,
Bible das lor le.von study on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30, folln'vcd by the regular piajir
meeting at S o'clock. All ate weliome.
Lvangellial Lutheran Tldid Sunday after Trin.
ily, (.o-pel, Luke 13; MO; epistle, I Pet, S:
SI. Mark's, Wa-hbnrn and Fourteenth streets
llcv. A. L. llanur. Ph. I)., pastor. Services, 10 so
a. 111., 7.S0 p. m, ; Luther league, 1130 p. m. ;
Si'liday school, 12 m. Morning subject, "Christ's
love for Sinners"; evening euhjeit, "The Paia
ble of the Prodigal Son,"
Holy Tiinity, Adams avenue and Mulberry
slicct lliv, L. O. Spieker, pastor. Services,
10.30 a, in., 7.30 p. in.; Luther league, 0,30 p.
li,; Sunday school, i in, ltev, Dr, 0, F. Spiek.
fT, of I lie Theological seuilnaiy, I'lilladdphli,
will oicupy the pulpit Sunday moining and
St. Paul's, Shoit avenue llev, V, C, L. I.auer,
pastor. Si rv ices, 10.ro a. m., 7.30 p. m. ; bun
day sdiool, 2.1.0 p. in,
Zion'j, Milllin avenue Rev, P. P. Zizelminn,
pastor. Services, 10.30 a. 111.; Sunday school, 2
Christ chuitli, Cedar avenue and lliuli street
llev. James Wltkr, pavtnr. Servlies, 10.80 a. m.,
7.30 p. in. ; Sunday school, 0 a, 111,
Liuanuel (iermaii. Polish Luthrian church, Pecse
slieet -llcv, rudlnaml Siltelmcier, pastor.
Pleaching in the I'oliih language at 10 a. 111.;
Sunday sdiool, 2 p. m.
First Chinch (ChrUt Scientist), MO Adams ave.
line. Sunday services, 10 30 a, ni., 7.3(1 p. 111.;
Surday tihool, 11.13 a, in., subject, "Is the llni.
verse, Including Man, Kvolved by Atomic
Foice?" Testimonial meetings Wedneaday even,
lugs at S o'clock, 'the cliurdi is alto open every
day during the week, 'i ho llible and all Clnis
tian Science llteialure is kept in its (ice public
leading loom, "Siienie and lleallli, with Key
to the Scripture," by Mary Baker Eddy, will be
loaned to invctlgatoia without diargc. Visitors
and letter of inquiry are vvelmmc and given
couitcoiu attention and jnforuulion free.
Calvary llelormed Chuidi, Monroe avenue anl
fiibson slreel, ltev. Mailon L. Firor, pastor htr.
vices Sunday at l'l.'.O a. 111. and 7:30 p. m ;
IS'TnOPUCTOnV. We sre now cemfl lr the
Iml section In the last Book of the New Tes
tament, which we do well lo approach with
great reference and trepidation. Confessedly tlm
pnsfsgc Is ireeerllngly obcme No one Is ablo
lo give a futl account of what the Holy Spltlt
Intended to teidi. As suggested last week the
Interpretation of tho whole book must be In
the futino, when, in all piohablllly, light will
be shed upon Its pints', vvhldi will bear Instruc
tion nnd comfort for nil believers. This has
been the feeling ot scholars through all the een
luiies. Calmet. nn eminent Flench theologian,
who flourished Ivvo centuries ago, said: 'To pro
lend to say what Is meant by the details in tills
mo-t Aginative bonk (Itcvclatlon) Is In my npln
Ion the greatest of all presumptions." Ihesa
words have been repeatedly quoted vvllli ap.
pioval. The moic lcvrrcnt the student of sicied
Seriptuie, the 1cm likely will lie lie lo utter
opinions iWgmitlcilly upon mailers tonicmlng
which the learned arc In doubt, the ninie ills
posed will he be lo Sft forth his views tent.i'
lively, and to pray for further light.
These raullons are oilercd at the opening of
toihv's lesson became there Is an unuotlt.ibli
and even pernicious custom among u class of
lay teachers to thrust crude notions hrfore tha
minds of tho soung. Perhaps no put of tha
Bible, mote than tho present lesson, is eapilile.
of giealer abuse in this way. Its gluwlug fig
ures appeal In a fascinating way to the im
agination. As a lesult many foiin Ideas in
early life which become tmublcMimc in later
J ears as knowledge Incieasis. Alter lopg men
tal distress, In vvhldi one vainly attempts to
examine tlio viry foundations of religious belief,
the juvenile absurdities arc rejected. Possibly
the person wanders nbout for jeais after In mu 'ii
suspense, coining nt length to correct views
only by piolonged investigation. Mmh of this
might be avoided If teachers wero moic humble
nnd less positive. They lo-c nothing by con
fessing doubt or ignoiame concerning the se.i-e
of nny Scripture tprc Inn. 'ihe Bible Is not
to be esteemed less because- In puts our little
pliuimi"t cannot sound the dipt lis (Dent.
And vet while mmh of whit is set for our
stiiilv cannot be explained, theio is something
of immense value in the lesson, 1 Ing on Its
very surface, which may be easily nndei-lood,
That is one of tho chief etcellences of Scilptuie.
It lias a liie.-sage for eveiy soul, so tiiat lie who
lends, whatever his abilities, may not lead ill
vain, while those coming after may find what
those who went beloie never saw. 'lhcrtiiy the
book is ever adapted to all, glowing with the
giowth of nipn and advancing vvllli Hie ptogress
of the lace, ever vlelding up its treasure-, yet
ever concealing and holding oilier ticasures in
its depths. It Is thus tho oldest and the new
est, the late-t, the fiehe-t and the best of b'ooks.
It in in this spirit that we may attempt such
comments upon the pie-ent lesion as will be
nritlier foictd nor fluciful, but legitimate aud
F.XFOMTOltV. The gieat thought of the le.s.
son is In the fiist vci-x1, "A New Heaven and
a New Laitli," the old heaven and the old
faith having passed away. This is Hie goal
o! the cii-nnc hi-toiy, the coii-iimniation uf the
llivine purpo-e in Cliri-t. The old woild has
been a world of sin, of stiflcting, of eouthct nnd
of death. Lveiy land has been deluu'ed with
blood (Cen. u:a) the eaith is one va-t come
tciy. But hero are as-urauces of another caith
tilled with lightcousiievs (I.-.I. .1, S). 'llie lait
llrt piescntcd to Hie piophets i.iine with gieatcr
i leartie-.s to the apo-ties (Pel. in:!."). John b.iv
that new- eirth. lie does not siy how it will lie
pioduied whether by calael.vsm or by giadual
tiausformation. The speculations on these points,
indulged in by nany nn- omitted hue. This
thought of a new univeie has been htld by
scienli-ts and Li-totians. Of the foimci some
think they tiiid in uiture u tendency to im
piovement by the laws of evolution, the sur
vival of the fittest and natuial selection, while
those who have studied the race lnosemrnts
declare tint the world is growing better, nnd that
it must ultimately come into a state of great
older nnd pcaie. 'llie poets have c heri-hed the
same thoiiclit and have pic tmed the future in
briitht toloi.-, aud mined their eves toward it
with faith and hope mud jo.v. Tennvson wiote
of "tine far-nh Divine event, toward which the
whole neation moves." But hero ill Hie vi-ion
of John is Hie dealest state incut of all. Bettir
than the iittcianic of science, of lii-toiy and of
poetry is the voice of in-piiatinn.
'Ihe net great thought of the los-on is intio.
duced ill the second vu.-e and exptnded in oilier
vei-e.s. In this new eaith thcie Mull he an
abiding plaie for the saints, called the "Holy
Sunday school nt 11 II a. tn.; Clui-ti.in fn
deaver at 7 p. m. Seals free. K civ. body wel
come. All Souls' t'unliersali-t Chinch, on Pine stiett
above Adams avenue Seiviees at Itli'ltl n. in.
ltev. Thomas 1'. V i.v, late of Providence, It. L,
will preach at this service. Sunday school at
11: IS a. in.
Zion t'nited I'.vnngelical Church, 112(1 Tipouse
nvenue I'liMching at 10:1.0 a. m. and 7:S0 p. in,
by Ihe pailor, llev. .1. W. Messenger: subjects,
"Christ's Flocks" and "Chii-llan lapnlilv;"
Sunday school, (1:30 a. m.; Junior Lndeavor, t
p. in,; Senior Kndeavor, 0:'10 p. m.; piajer
meeting, 7:::o Wednesday evening. Scats tree
and everybody welcome.
Professor Nichols Solves a Scientific
Problem Hesults of a Dartmouth
College Man's Experiments at the
Yerkes Observatory in Chicago,
Do the sUis, minimis of mllps uwtiy,
send tn tho onrth's surface any heat
alone; with their lays of Unlit, a cjucs
tlnn which has Ioiik puzzled nsti'Dim-mei-H,
has been solved. The? boat Horn
these far-off bodies lieis not only been
detected, hut measured, by one of tha
most sensitive astronomical instru
ments ever ni.ifle an instrument ca
pable of me.'iMiiins tho heat of a can
dle miles away.
Tho credit for solvlnp the problem
aud for construetlnij this Instrument
beloiiKs to l'rof, K. F. Nichols, of
DiM'Oiiotiili college, The experiments
wero, however, performed at tho
Yerkes observatory of tho University
of PhlcflKo, where Professor Nichols
spent two of his vacations. Tho re
sults obtained from these havo been
luvlowcd and computed and sent to
1'iofcssor Ocorso K, Hale, dhector of
Professor Nichols' o.porimen.ts at
tho VerUes observntnry havo for tlm
llrs t time proved that tlio planets nnd
some of the fixed stars send nn nppie
clablo quantity of heat to the e.iith.
Tim quantity, however, Is so mlmito
that the wonder Is that an instrument
could) be made sensitive enough to
detect it Tho Instrument which can
recoid such an infinitely small niuniiut
of heat Is called n radiometer.
Though based to snnio extent upon
the same principle as thu bolometer
rnd rndinmlurnineter, which havo
beer, fco suet opfifully useel in measur
ItiB heat rays, lu1 construction it In es
sentially different, and for this pur
pose has pioved far more effective.
Tlio belli up of these flint measure
ments of stellar heat, bays Professor
Hale, upon the life history of stats,
is very important, but rciipi-.iI con
clusion cannot bo drawn until fur
ther results be obtained. Ppofcisor
Nichols teninrked Hint the siei'.t ie
llcctliip telescope, with silvered Klusa
mirrors fiv feet In diameter, whlolt
is being constructed nt tho Yerkes
observatory, will bo better adapted
than any other Instrument for this
work. The glass lenses of a refract
ing telescope ar-3 opaque to some of
the heat waves which reach us from
Heaven and a New
Rev. xxl: 1-7; 22-27.
City," "The New Jerusalem." Here mmy ques
tlens naturally mle, ami vvc must answer them
with caution. Is there tn be n, real rlly? Wilt
It lake the place of the nld Jewish rapthl,
where David had hli pihce? Will the clly
mpmmri twelve tlioiisatul lurlungs on each of lis
four sides? Will Hint city hive gates ol pearls;
In be left open day and night? Will the fotuida.
lions of the clly Walls be giinlshed with nil
manner ol picclous stones? Will the dly be
lighted by the glory of (!od? '1 here aie those
who answer In the nlllrnnlive, believing that
the future home of (lod's clilldien will bo one!
of iu.iteil.it giandeiir mid commit. There me
olhris who claim Hint the pipiesslons me llgiira.
Hie, declined to convey to the mind whit could
not be ilcsirlbed In the nbstrail. These widely
divergent opinions lead to conclusions Ihit can.
not be liarinniilreil, and eviry peison must deter
mine for liltn'olf which is most rcisonalile.
But on one point we may be certain. In tint
new world which John saw, of nhlili prophets,
nposllcs nnd poets wrote, there will be u horn.!
for the people of (bid. Moreover, that will have
attractions and glories, suited to Us inhibitanls.
I'uitliermore, it will not be of human ion
Munition nr earthly orlnin. It will descend
finm heaven, pindiued by heavenly Influences.
What Is all this but the! fulfillment of the
prrmlso of Jesus (John xlv:2)?
One other great fait contained In the leson
must receive attention. In this holy city Clod
will abide with Ills people, and (hey shall be
hippy (Verses .1 nnd 4). Here ate two points
Intimately related, Alscnre fiom Ood, or a
srtise ot scpa,rntlcn fiom Him, brings unspeak
able pain (Job, ili: .1). In nil ages nnd lands
the soul of man has cried out after (lod, nnd
found nst only In communion with Him. Dur
ing tho whole pei lod of this mortal life lie Is
(oncealed from view- and found only oceasiouai'y
in moments of peisonil communion. But as the
transformations occur as hrfore mentioned mm
shall become more Goddike, the earth and heaven
will be brought lienor, uud the communion will
bo complete' mid mvciI Teirs shall bo wiped
away limn nil eves. 'Ilieie shall be no more
death, lulllier vmnvv nor palu, Tlio things that
disturb slnll not eider tiieie (Vcio 21). The
things that mike for blessedness, sin li as the
wealth and ticiMiru of the kingdoms, shall be
BLACKBOARD LESSON HINTS.
By Rev. Robert F. Y. Pierce, D. D.
From Author's Notes in "The Sunday- School Lesson Illustrator," PubllsheJ by H. F. Revel
ci Co., Chicago. 111.
I'or the fir-t put of Ibis lesson diaw n pjctuie
of a globe. On Hie globe make a scroll contain,
ing the words, "V. Redeemed Manhood, Alt Lit
eratuie, (ioveiiinuiit, l'niver-e." Above Hie
globe draw a crow with ladlant rav.s, and write
the woids under Hie ctuvvcl, "I Will I'oine
Again." 'Ihe bl.Kkbo.iid cut for this le-son did
not leach us in time for tins is-ue of the paper.
June 2.1. A new heaven nnd a new eaith. It'.
21: 1-7: 2J-27 (i, T. lie. 21: 7.
John's vision of the glorified city levelled
much that was r.nd mm li Hut Ls to be. When
vvllli Ihe in-piied revel itor we aie peiuntttd to
look within Hie veil mid behold the le-t, and
love, and peace within tho elernil home, and
llit'ii lenii'inber how Hindi of r-in and siikne-s,
sorrow, struggles, teals, trials and death which
is our cailhly pnitiou, we m iv well sign for
the lind of ic-t "uvei theie." It is bcttel for
us to -eel. lo get heaven into men than to be
speculating as lo what anil vvheie heaven i-.
'ihe joy and satisfaction in the coming gloiies
slicutd inspiie lis to moie holy living and service.
The proml-e lint the old things of life should
pa-s away, is the eomfoit lur saddened hearts.
the s tarsi, nnil for this reason, a le
llectin? telescope of the largest size
must be ui-ed In fulme experiments.
Professor Nichols will be assisted
In this valu.ible work by Piofesor
Charles K. St. John, of Oberlln Col
lege, and A. r.. Colton. formerly as
sistant at the L.lck observatory.
A GIRL NATURALIST.
Reina V. Wright, of Pon du Lac,
Talks to Birds She is Only 18
and- Can Communicate in Their
Own Language with All Kinds of
Birds That Are Found in Wiscon
sin. In Fnn du Lac, Wisconsin, there Is a
girl, IS yeais old, who has learned la
that biief space of tiiiio what men of
science spend their Ihes in trying to
fu'eomplish and almost never succeed
In learning, thnt is tlio secret of com
municating in their own language with
birds. Professor Garner when ho nn
noiiured that bo hud begun tn lentn
the language of monkeys astonished
tho world, and Seton-Thompson holds
s,nst audiences spellbound with bis
wizard-Pko Imitations of animal lan
guage and his tales of their habits
end the curious methods of their trib
al government, Jllss Uelun V, Wright
may claim tho distinction of an ac
complishment unique among women,
and iitivly attained by men, Jllss
Wrlught has learned to talk lo every
species of the feathered tribe that lll
bhblts her native state, Wisconsin.
Hhe Is equally Interested In tho bril
liant scat let tnnager, the lowly leg
horn and tho barnynrd fowl, with all
of whom sho enn communicate as one
of their own family. Her training has
naturally been entirely after her own
methods, prompted by an absoihing
lovo of everything thnt (lies. Mis'
Wilght lins been nblo to call birds
Piound her and Imitate their diffeient
songs for years, anil fiom tho first
time she cllFenveied her ability to per
form this unsusual feat while sitting
on a log In a bit of woodl'ind, when
for her own amusement, sho tried to
imitate a wild blnl'i note which she
heard dose at band, with the lesult
ll.nt In no time sho bad a circle of
tho trine gathered about her In tho
branches of tho surrnundlng trees, she
has devoted herself to the study of
blurs' habits, Tho only training sh"
lias undergone has beon one In elocu
tion In older thnt sho might glvo tho
world tho benefit of her curious nnil
Interesting gift, and might 'earn Iter
living from it.
.She alse learned to talk to the do
mestic animals, but her Interest Is so
entirely absoibed by Per study of
lib ds that she gives that tho prefer
ence over animal study. Tho perfec
tion to which she lias new attained in
bird talk enables her to go to the
haunts of any strange species of bird
and in a short time riequlro their dia
lect. "She has now passed the time," says
the Milwaukee Sentinel, In its account
of her, "when she would go into the
HHhRIs ucorrwuble yH
HRfJl VjUOEFW.E.0 i
BHli rMMs.iH-tVUE. IH
J. E. Gilbert. D.D
Secretary of American
Socletv of Religious
galliererd In (Verse 21), As a consequence, thera
shall bo fulness of Joy (Psalm xvlill), Alt this
imy bo held with safely, whichever view h
takm of Ilia city, whether It be iiiatcil.il oi
In this exposition llic time element Ins been
purposely omitted. No one ran tell when all
this shall be. Whether nt the end of this cm
of the world .1 new nnd more glorious condition
Khali be introduced at a time wholly linrcvealed,
whether that condition slull continue Indefinitely
through countless sges of rternlly, whether It
In turn shall glvo place to something more glorL
oiii still in tli? depths of the ages Clod only
knows. Wo may be content lo gather out of our
passige these facts a new heaven, a new earth,
a glorious nbldlng place, the presence of (lod,
the Joy of Ills people. That vvns tho substanco
of John's vision all cbo is coloring and drapery.
PnAn'IC.L.-Vc sec by all tlila that there
Is a pingrcss in the plan of (lod, a development
it not nn evolution. The golden cia of (he
world and of the rate Is not behind in, but be
foie us. The pjes of men need not be turned
back tr Paiadlse lost, but to more than Para
dise regained, (led holds up this glowing picture
to men that they need not despair, but that
they may he tilled with hope nnd incited to
nitivlty. Move forward all, tovvaul the better
davs that arc to come.
Wo get new nnd better views of men. The
emth was mule for his abode and it shall some
day bo his blessed home, lie Is not to peii-.li
niuld-t the crah of contending foues and give
place to some nobler ire.iturc. In nil the up
heavals and changes of time he is In survive
and enter into the promised good. All things
me working together for him. His destiny Is
the bosom of (lod.
But the nutter of chief moment is the over
throw of evil. How strange that It should ever
have cnteredl How sad that it should so long
be suflcrcd to do lis work among the clilldien
of menl What u dark histoiy Is presented in
the rciord of earth's slnl We may believe that
snno wise end is to be gained, since its removal
is decreed. We may be reconciled to our present
strucgle In the hope of ultimate victory. Let
all the good icjolce as they look unto tho day
when sin shall be no moic.
There shall be no moie soriovv, tears, death,
But the new elUpensallon is transcendently
Jovotis. All things nude anew; a redeemed man
hood, u redeemed body, a icdcomcd society, a re
deemed art, literature, government univen-e. Oil
how great is Ihe redemption through the pur
chase of tho Son of Hod.
Suggestions: Iliaw the outline of a globe,
shadowed with its sins and sorrows. Above the
globe draw marks lo indicate the heavenly city,
and Olnisl's piomi-e lo come again. '1 lien make
a scroll on the globe; vviile in it some of th"
bletj-lngs promi-ed for Hie ledeenied earth when
all things slull be made anew.
Another sugge-ticui for Hie lc.-on will be to
diaw the outline of a cioss and place on it
seiull containing the pucious promi-es lo llie
children of Hod.
But we do not have to wait until we get to
heaven (or the "new tiling'," of the t'luistiaii
life. A new lieai t is the center of new hop,
It is e-a-y
new- aim', a new life, a new
to enter heaven if we have pat,
woods for the mere pleasure of It, to
imitate the birds, but the time was
when she would sit on a log in the
woods and call tho birds to her side.
When sho would begin nor calls tha
blids In hearing would all gather in
the trees about their imitator, and ex
cept for a fluttering of wings would
remain silent until sho bad finished
her song lo them. Then all the birds
would break forth in song, each do
ing Its best, apparently, lo outdo tho
girl who had stolon its cadences,
"It is told of her that on one occa
sion she visited a house where can
aries are raised for sale, and while
they kept silence Imitated their song.
V.'hen she stopped tho birds tried to
show that a mere huninn could not
sing their own song bettor than they
could themselves. AVhoie Miss Wright
had sung loud, tho birds trilled nnd
ran thiough their cadences with all
the strength their little throats could
summon. Then the girl iang ngain.
still louder. The birds exceeded their
first effort, and tillleld till their
throats seemed almost nt the hoist
ing point. But the girl who had
!.toen their song wns sllll their super
ior, and finally the cnnnrler, .ilmot
exhausted, gave up tho contest and
went tn the corners of their cages de
flated." Miss Wright is a teacher of elo
cution nt Ornftnn hall, Fon du Lac
The Largest Game Preserve in tho
World Is in Africa.
Pi nm I'ield and Stream.
The Inrgest game preserve In the
woild Is tho continent of Africa, or at
least the greater poitluu of It extend
ing fiom tlio twentieth degree of north
lutltiule down to the northern bordeis
of Uapo Colony aud Ntal, Tim
great scheme was made possible by a
treaty co. operation of Knglnnd, Oer
many, France, Uelgluin, Portugal,
Italy and Spain, by which It Is pro
vided that tho hunting and desti no
tion of vultures, secretary birds, owls,
giraffes, gorilluw, chimpanzees, moun
tain zebras, wild asses, white-tailed
gnus, elands uud tho lltln I.ibeiiau
hlppopottanil mo absolutely prohibit
ed. Similar piotection is given tho
young of certain animals, Including
tho elephant, rhlnocejos, hlppotamus.
nutclopo, gazelle, Ibex and chevoitan,
and to tho adults of these species
when nccnmponled by tliolr young,
Particular stiess Is laid nit the pio
tection or young elephants, nnd ele
phant tusks weighing less than twenty
pounds will bo confiscated. Tho eggs
of the ostilch nnd of many other blids
are protected, but those of tho croco
dile, py'hon niul poisonous snakes aro
to be destroyed, JJven lions, leopards,
hyenas, harmful monkeys and largo
birds of prey may not be slaughtered
nt the lulnters will. Hunters nro re
epilred to take out licenses and the
number of animals each may kill Is
limited. Tho use of nets and pltfalla
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In lltfeit June 2, 1!WI.
Tiains Leave Su.intnn:
For riillailelphli ami New York ia I). & 11.
It. I!., at 0.45 ami .::l a. m nml 2.1S, 4.27
(llkick liiain.itK1 i:piov.), and U.:io p. m. bun
ilais, 11. & 11. I!. 11., 1.6S. S.27 p. in.
For While Maun, ll.ilctnn and principal
points in the mil unions, li II. k II. It, It.,
0.15, 2 1s and 4.27 p. ni. For I'ottsiillc, 0.45 a.
in., 2. is p. pi,
Foi ll.'llili linn, I'.i-lnn, I'e.uhni;, llanl-hiiri;
.mil piimipil iiitiliiKiliate ct Jtion-. ii I). it II.
II, It, 11.15, 0..1S .1. in., 2.1'!. 1.27 (lllark Hij.
iiioml Fspii), lliio p. in. biimkns, II, k II.
It. II., !'.;S a, ni, i 1.5S, 8,27 p. in,
For Tiinklnnniiik, 'l'mvand.1, ninilia, ItluCJ,
Cuioia and piliiiip.il liilrnnodiile slntion.s, 114
II., I., fc W, II. It., S.OS 11. 111. j 1.05 and S.IO
I'or flenevi, Hotho-trr, lluflilo, Niacnta Falls,
(liiiauu anil all points et, ia D. k II. R, R.,
7.4$, 11.55 a. 111., 1.2''. .."IS (lll.n k lliamond .
PIM), 7.K 10.11, U.::o p. ni, bundajt, U, .t II.
II, II.. II 55, K'27 p. 111.
Pullman pallor ami xleepins or I.ehlch Valley
pailor 1.11s on all Ir.iirw hotween Wilkes-Bann
and New Yoik, 1'liil.ulilphia, fluffalo and Sus
pension Hi Idee,
11DI.I.I.V II. Wll.nt'It, Gent. Supt., 2U Cortland
Mrri'l, New Yoik,
CIIAIIUFS S, l,i:i:. Gen. Viss. ABt 26 Cortland
ttiort. New York.
A. W. VON'SKMACIIFII, Div, VifS. At., Bouth
I'or thkols ami I'ltllinan rcsfnationa apply to
SO'l L.itl.iujiiiii iniiiue, Si.rantou, l'a,
Jim Card effect Dec, 30th, 1000,
arc ,'6 1 toil
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AUIIIoDil iralmlra Carbondate for &latlli Tr4
(1U pmriciut buoday, 7 Upm Sunday onIy,rrrrl3g
alilitill Vard7QUU dS-OOpm. ' ,
atoepingatallatatl'ioa t t'arlMindatf, arrlvtnf at 7U ru.
and nam Imii Maxtei Yard for Carboadalt atiilam
daily, arrlnof at Carbon, laat&ttaui.
Itates S centf per mil,
I.oneat Hates to nil rolnts Wt
, C. DNOCRSON,
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