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THE HARVEST FIELD. IT INSPIRES DR. TALMAGE'S SER- MON ON GOSPEL FARMING, .~oah the First Farmer--The Honor to Agriculture of the Ages--Deep Plow- ing for a ~oul--The Straight Furrow with GodYs l~cd Standard as Guide. Our ~,Vashington Full)it. ']'he sermon preached in Washington last Sumla,V, after most peol)le have had "a good, long breath of the country, if they do not actually live there, will re- ,rive many pleasant memories, while it deals with great religious truths. Dr. Tahnage's text was John xv., 1, "My leHc and industries yeomanry. So long ago as before the fall of Carthage, Stra- be wrote 28 books on agriculture. Hesiod wrote a poem on the same subject, "The Weeks and Days." Card was prouder of his w(.rk on husb~ndj'y than of all his military conquests. But I must not be tempted into a diseussmn of agricultural conquests. Standing amid the harvests and or,,h:lrds nnd vineyards of the Bi- ble, and standing amid the harvests and .orchards and vineyards of our own coauo try--la:'e,'er harvests than have ever be- fon~ be,m gathered---I want to run otlt the analogy between the productiOll of crops and the growth of grace in the soul, all these sacred writers making use of thnt ,inalogy. In the first place, I remark, in grace as in the fields, there must be a plow. That w!:ich theologians call conviction is only the plowshare turning up the sins K ................. A l~cfw of Ciphers, The largest denomination in this conn. try is the denomination of Nothingari- ans. Their religion is a system of nega- tions. You say to one of them, "What do you believe?" "Well, I don't be- lieve in infant baptism." "What do you believe? .... Well, I don't believe in the perseverance of the saints." "Well, now tell me what you do believe." "Well, 1 don't believe in the eternal punishment of the wicked.~'' So their religion is a row of ciphers. Believe something and teach it, or, to resume the figure of my text, scatter abroad the right kind of seed. A minister the other day preached a sermon calculated to set the denomina- tions of Christians quarreling, tie was sowing nettles. A_ mimster the other day advertised that he would preach a sermon cn the superior:ty of transcend- EARLYWINTERGOWNS oman that insists oil being ma~n|.lt has succumbed a little, and though her waistcoat is stunningly double-brealat- ed, and her linen and tie irreproachably TAILOR MADE DESIGNS ARE gentlenmnly, her Ja('ket is molded to the, PREFERABLE. figure without a bit of looseness in Its hang or flare of fronts. Indeed, ten to The Newest Gowns Are 5Iade of ~][ixedi one Soule little perky turu back of !somewhere, say the edges of the coat CIotl:s that l~]end Several Colors-- ]]raiding Is Used Very Freely in ~kil't, will del)art from the clubman se- #Trim rr~in~. Gotham ]rnshion GOssip. New York correspondence: sEVERELY made (:loih rigs somehow seem mast seasona- ble in the au~tmnn alld early winter, verity of her coat lapel. The third pic- ture presents this type of tailor wom- an, and it is true, as sug'gested by this .sketch. that in relaxing from boxy ugli- ness, she has not lost a bft of her bear