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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1874, Washington, Indiana                                y ItovT Mn JTBio following it oo outline of Oefcmne on tbi subject of reported for this and mbTe bailor o The sBopsls will bo read wJCb interest no dotibl i SI wieahort H aavaTI that both r that truth it taught in in these and good ph tJ Goxl sense phy wiU hgQn sobjecf before you this I feel strengthened by the syrup I am sure wj all sclid thinkln Ho takes tbe widest viowpf mans touches hi i most vain ueetioM and int in ilf eompre tblo con In hts temporal in his so pathWf in the dearer s of do mestle life in all iopds of ieelingand conditions of ex his position is Icfiued aud bis duty c will plait ily see the noble prin Uis lib concep it tbepr tlon ofYhedntr is a snblimij otie it riot of vnlatcful pieasnr s or in dulgences he U speaking rben he ifoiw the duty would beat tbe recognitionof ivtl law tr be rules of christian Tkc eelf rhlcbhe ihindul Donesticen joy mehts are lawful tears of sym pathy for tho sorrowing aud IXOltiM EoteJof laWt ir InnT raerafchKfilcasutesofthew rid are inj all i nd at all there should be that prudent human philosophy ire is required by Uan 7 selfcontrol of spooks has reference to eu that temperai gence which results from a and manly government of and Whenis the virtue or neril of man If lie alouo restrains h mself in such f ndulgeuccs as both b s reason andcouaehuiee each him t latcfulf All divine ro rapuie and No enlightened people has given Ihcnvtho Thepenal statutes of all na ions de mand their strictest The duty of all men is to abstain practices so The principle is total handle whatever is pronounced sin ul in it by tho wordof judged unlawful will not f the least f wwevor jruardeA with a spirit of me leratlon and 1 The law Keep thy self Hencball crime iswroui unlaw to bedJscoujitpnnncotl ai d arold Show me injhc flnly thq 1mve ii iiiattcrs faith anil the what prnjMiunvM JtuJM inl tndul igorous ur pas be un lod ad idmit of ourselves wholly free ihe taint aud corrupihui oi IVe can make with Then allow able JNMtielpation in ibtlticd Iniqui ICeavon as well religion the battle with tempi bor jg man ilpjlno maitery la temperate Hp njast aroid exceises he and his appetite iMM ho ttutf malntaih t mauliuesi WJJrwre whl n the confliots our rifetl n all he mas good the eidwhen tho nee is r painfc tness land vlgoof the wjlliaj I be forgotten the ri spleiidld glory ofth Apostle even had to prtctiee this His Ho stood with was a tojasl the strong ap and riling passions of pis unsnl he mightj bring onVBwheeoiMvered iu the end of wheji his foo touched the margin of the ini islble we hear from lingelnto mnrble Mg I have fought a good wo are under th s dis lave ke Our herltagi in pa trpBg illejc musl cheek anil up h alone gives T croft Uaod ADC Hard hand tips soon to it tho member Pauls conn world las not abuttng nevltablb passion is on the ildo of moderat govcrnraerit i Be Uit the Safetyls lion and self on the side of ex ttings govern your and let not your appetites govern perior to passions Je not their It osjglo caV neoessa y for tho iouoccut gratlflcauou and Jipur isbucutof Is a A mt gluttonr pored body darken it is not wroffg to drink a little wijio rorthe stomachs Jesus flrauV wine He slanderously called a wine Itclonffu the impairs the reason arid bludU the mortal It la not wroi sell and get gniu but pidlty is a In this seusi the of money isthe root bf ill Some of the n orst evi s iig to buy and inordinate cu worrt men in society in transaction Nor wrong to fottn are dcvcfto Social cqnnec iped tiohs aiidi seek for and even amusement in scenes and ejrctes of refiheoV God made us jto laugh and be happy in There are many pleasures jh them selves innocent inch as produce ajfeheerf ul frame boiitefous iujrth such an instead of jOxbanit ing tbosystem fre quently rather thancontinue Jong such as send us back th bur dally ifu invigwated iii bodv and iii Wlin up as the HI vocal PS of but n wide extended and irreconcilable jiirti between the tnigbtray as the Patriarch Between us and you there is a great gulf j So ranch for whatis known in be unlawful and Then again a largo class of conditions and indulgences in mans in are innocent and lawfuland allowable wit hi o a cer tain range of participation if curried to become injurious nml Krpm this fact arises tho jduty of moderation and There is danger every moment of a mans appetites encroaching upon his un derstanding and And armed as he may be with cfmitaucy ann as Johnson says every man there is a point fixed beyond if lie jmnscs will not easily That let ftiM they 1J tiltIn we is a critical a central may destiny of j Ite walks n as mug the nsafety gronnJ until reaches of hira his pas that He thomastei itnd feels superiorto al no cnjoyis a confiden which flatters him with an opintc u of his own Strength aud powert retreat from approaching JLet him use timely caution and vigilance let him be inflexible In checking the im portunity of his desires is Paul tet Mm vie the wor d as not aJbtaina lest complying with all lavfuf be lose his empire over ana in time submit his and to to his and thinjc all his desires law without inquiring about right or is the the use of tfiete permitted Indulgen thought it right jfor man a Borne filled all the aweetness and endearment that be longito Uomestlc life let him Hb Atoderattou and i temperate uce the happiness rfromlho sanctuary of aght It right for ware beard In relauSns of sympathy and iu JJ afinitrwith bis fellow condol ing with them in their and Joining with them in Kladnesaand social pleasure him practice vigorous soltigoyern meu and prudent moderation in and thrqaghall this experience Hedonirhtitright for mat the worwi gather Its flpwi iU taste its sweotn and rearipta golden bnt lethim not atutf these gifts and grace of by i fading intoTEe recesses f volup toot and becoming a v retched 1 slave to se isuality I guilt i i in this when ho hU AoderaUoii and lelfcouti appjllte becomes his mast lie aagsjout from the quiet po t of iu noMit gratification to ast the hear nil botylf a wreck mdrug dlsclpllne fore Jre Wiuiln witjgubh HI po woman Svorthy pf the jiait hiar without iblushitheii should they be banished frorn tlu commniftty astending only tp dc morallKation and HcentlougnessJ i Thenmy never ofthis cardinal this jhigh moral or tho broadest that that mastery over jour which makes you both willing and able to the and ybt THE LKCTUBE AT THE OPERA C The lecture of lltijntnt thejOpera Hpulc du Tuesday nig largest audience icycr ajsemblea in that Quite j a number of gentlemen were oil the andwhen the appointed hour had was offered by Frank Walker of tho 34 after which Hunt be gan her speaking in a bold firm tone of so clear andjdis tictthatiho could be beard in j any part of tbe large She is large with a motherly aui wearing the quaker We begin taking notes of bcr but discovered toon that it was the in the pnblifhedjfai j She spoke first of the great impor ot the topic of aud saldit was HOW the great questionof At no time since the world has tbe fire of teinpersnco burned nor has tbe Heart of theAmerican people been more strongly Three words aroaow usedimore thau in the Wometi and and TOUS the the prayer bad of ten been heard for the bMt four and the learn in festivals of Uig of the might even do good leasure but let to saloon The lecturcrwas glad tnat these three were the to tor these three wore the things w iich weetitild along There are many hotjics to day would bo wretched without these three Bro of temper ance bai r d has has cross ed the mountains until Uan Francis co answers tha Easti f The lecturer then spoke of the fact that some people thought it is jnol right tbeaaieons and For her fart Ihe thought that if needed it prayers was in the ere jneec and she always thoagkttbat when she waa in at tooa praying and Symns soottled nor more if nil of than Sjt thai and ahe seemed liearer God when she ice where It waa so itFiMit the glassestre 1 wSen anodatjtooi snl ers Band is ke evei ythi 1 foi 1 wl en aaiw W r raauy n the ra fcS iloni ftherea M1 is tho W own kno Fo u t6iv oppowkl it even thin they Elara the dablic interest in th JefctiJigrolng tofore woitien to tbe the F ras ueodiMi pnujn a chance to do and tbst movcme birtjiota kieper wtfom shd Sad asked her thd meaning of ffanatl rautiten pcrance sa nioTeraent woi unong th Id not the The first oMIdJ tho Were who riot emotic iai wore oh tb The Meth ven to somatii wasglai ling to fl 111 the Idone I iy yearsj what God jie trafflb rait ted ihit the men bad hsrdin thj ekandft too ouid some thas ie were rathee noisy i thought yjttmugh1 now Thetcmrieraiice no on for forty and I Is ihall wj jraltTauoll orfori iidjsiill the rioiutcr Or shalli Ilia Woiicn da womans unpress to wnt great truth in the 10 whoougjht to be hough ho was unknown majdej uereV woincn ihe pend on it nd when 1 Tlierearo many liquor sky they jicver sell Derliapsv drankardn hojiinke eyj beco cin oyc ore to ers who lo ilfactiirc was ihlii erancoitl ul mil riiwi 10 will jthc i noon tilt nothing fayi be Whlcli tlrrl hie yonm iMni to i Unit the aalooti Uropert of it the Hi e sc asliaiitil iihify dways sqlt bve secountinV b tola jjj ajaffd levtW libo prefer 1 the best I i taste ft wifi rtolligs eoi a poor It is ii natural for to go roqfnd pluckli fetjUie 0 irtf hut has pleased a few and d teased great many by crilicisi wo of tbo 1 d ileased because some of the go icrabors of thoso churches thli that Cllf andTOOelpbln ire one No w a liio might knowthat my poor brj copld Iievfr yield literature er yield sucha M thatfwhltb rbm CiicVj stream has be flow ing frim Cij pleased with C MyadralratU Is on the fwaite som Capt admire that which ge into ll dont want I wear anothers Hoping mu taken persons wilt profit by thlse plaiiation I I F EDITOR GAZETTE has be the order of the1 day for Grangers send tho papol sol outj order to something pf Admit iUrango at Harts School Ilouaj if fc St w vo nnd a public near thjj place the first public iitallafiou ever held Iu this coun Master called the liouio to or Her and thf rend a proper 1 InvbcatioiM i after Brother llamlet Alfpn proceeded to obligate and Installltho jUo delivered a short but pointed read selections jiThts is AI lensi first experience as a Deputy and wo must say ho duty like kn old Tito following is a Hit of for the ensuing rear Wmi KcudallJ Maxtor Overseer Jjphn Ivccturer Slownrd AsuiKlniilStewnrd James TraaKiircr Albert Giitckcpper Robert Sccrc II ILII inry Mis Marlsi i Ceres Mwi Martha KnliilalL Pomona Klixnltflli Flora Mrs Sarah CV iWo for this Crraiigeronp of be this Vmni nr ilour and Its jgfficiM hieiiibprs itcunnot Tail to ful ne In borers they jjn hand In hand and every ti tile IP J5 2 THO fin jprtiirc c tocay 1 sj of Sfietrugjc id belle here wills u tr traffic e degri ejtunml Let not staj us rise 10 b and see 10 work tHoso who drsabledO it E up and ernal T piiceoflil Fcf fiaGazt SfEAS if CTcrytx dy erlhlng mi oity XJP jtn Iging jfi thi y aretl ise who But as It is wo ill play game or dis the cjid of ou i hapjiitst people aright ibj who please genera Tbo are jcotiti ise ab wilthputre administer them ind it baian eSc flieir mind11 briln anonut o cism wlUJ i i fi c jmlpg th tiose pers vhich ail1 very Some even g sojfar as expose their priJudico and nar owmiifde pness la Von do bt read That they1 ai d rec mmendt nd i rash Th wkwardt Iliu suc It 19 miicOWWac it pnfililc 1 he fradi 4hc of JC iu tlm proniijc it v6uld r olhiiikviii tho whole iiq The juf ordir Jirovailrd at tho liontej fillril nnil tin1 running ovir nnd nilpliidmricl at tjiej motherviliti may bu to learn what tho Grangers 1 4 i i l I i i re tif Ijic April Ij xow roil MK IAXH xoir iou Last vvirkl we suliftnncc bf McCrnrys tranupcirlailon and an analysis of the vole ton it in the jid tend to pov to mourn for i he n d dp ieli and f e t youricpuntry go r for the orj your ie to ruin 1 others wo carry iiou io gilaifco as the erty were lid1 take D ucer world this onld be ith ev of which t with do act Vet luld liayo It th ni the manner i fposedto find fat with themselves y not very hard t jThey miserable arotboft who profcsa dis ii aiid eren hint at virtues Icing as them o sayVhi t they seem t so rL i L rLa a doagflf ut you or your ixed with the trashy con iupon ka em dose Uts of Js reiurned in a djsgnst upou Af doe the rlfflft kind of criti i no JMUTOI to any c oe nor iiid a roe frictid will tell and lid us in jover BntFdellverniefrom i i their may be Yet thi ttiere We meet rwii Is no hsuch are MVK MkWfl B4 mt Mil V you can read at at only f are too stupi I and participate inani 1 enjoy tions and amusements prefer see icyhaiie taiight to flleve tb m their Uaching nd tralni if waa m on tbe road toirnin yonr In uenee Us igerousl Perbap i iyonr the r ftrf ans but fai it and glimpses the objects ow alfthH of owing to o orjeahnot lower branch of Apropos to we give the following blc remarks copied from tbe Evans riilc f Now von sec it nml now you nnd here is something that the aver age man may see quite clearly just at this Tho Dem ocratic which for months has been doing Sits best to delude the Granger movement into its under the pretense o special sympa thy with agricultural of the upon the very first ppportunityithat presented itself for proving the sincerity ofthese extra ordinary professions of planted itself on the record against the central on which the Grange organization is that of the power of the General Govern ment to regulate commerce bo rail Upon the passage of the Mc Crary transprtation bill in the low er branch of several days every Democratic member thecxcepllon of five i voted against the In the the very States where tho Granger organiza tion is and the demand of the members for cheap transporta tion emphatically ev ery vote cast ngaiiit the measure was a Democratic The ques tion does not relate to tbe merits of Iho Democratic and exhibition KjbM made of An Irish r remarked that a very great pleasure to be especially Nsthen swcethart is I When Jones came to pot on a shirt last Sunday helnvoluntarl y Insallalo not once1 i BtostlJJflst another weedrap fore yon Gnert all tak nae malr Pm in i new lodgiu and Im OB vcra wed acquainted wi I Hi where1 dfdjrir them trbns ers asked IrUbman of a man who happened to be passing with pulled yjear too soonP When TonJ Scott waata Louis a IKtle bpotbljielf saluted him 91a4k yer no my I answered shak lur bs ngsr a te wo elude the at the who A St Louis paper Itbat womanhasiectireda todthoM from cpoquef There is somethingSterrible Bt Ixiuls gcttinf a T il Pire Hosrsc nd Pain and IN UiV Imper u i xif Li omnipo le t lo t De li W like e inti Dont U eiinr for by I pr ndwjll P rca WHEN Ireniedj yely Cure Prate HEFROiJ B3 liBAMS Ois the PeteSJbnrsr and will i tfnd all may waul her Indian Plrtlrtilnr atl Of WOMEHj iiq lion gfrut to DIS GEOCESYj Word ra I sMk I i AnS a reneral rafietT ofjar BREAD j ismt TATMMIV I h eallrni atoe t BES FOB Lands Bouglft Taxes Paid E tic 4 And all ion Real Estate attended BOUGIlTfl isOLp I ox On tflti receipt of tbe and iddrees at a wbttVlgb deicripiiobe of Baal for id Tieet and xlwiiabSt will br return Real Eitate fi 1 t f aan Jy or which we nil 1 let lit lav Call and In eoontvlWn itjib ait ad Inform he Fmrnieri b or a b in HYATT Birrs of any other a melhod or and an now coating of 1 doel not tba boxaa eontainiafI4 no other Dl Qermanfor mak ith tbll ae Ip ttflceat I cam yon eenila Wetwll PD atreCII aed nch fl lngton 84 tO 84 W ay Book It political and TormiifS cnjlfi BpeVijJen copiw Ad and infill kinds of wea ACRES OF LANDS Very And lfotai oily S per with Scc lent rime nd Li Interest eontainin mailed to the HoraatUad all parts LandCammi t Tyl of labd sltoal or West good U o lo oil easy of the ask Balance in alght wlijli evper Enquiri at this o nly Gift Concert Ktferm Moot at GRAN Grand And to all others wb Build nfU Xiir momy ar I far The hi ealtoral of hostilit In finplemenu tnral ImptemenU Heavy Profiuibut few dealers made tnoner at the bi Ihfes cl for Cornelli and dt prtmlom to it in coon oo who buy ori a the j they pure on afad as aeonielitfilee frequekllyjget ImplsmsSfU bbleB cash t I Truth Trlamph old t aid female make r French and Ameri id Gamei than any doeemenui to aunts ttrtjn ma fall Adilraee 16 tfa what ibey bay The menu whirs no time exorbitant prlcM are i op for loeseaoceaiian We We Airirajlaral from af priee tannlanlaffonf to sell annan Ing lover Ihu TOTAINS aint HYATTLEVIS if their i f lKv Ifetl ia Uiej i i i i i uUi i ii i aMnfbrinfajE Ike Inal Urjo and number a fair si tbo UTgbWt market Bail rwdy fair Brine   

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