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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 23, 1890, Burlington, Iowa PAflT ONE T Eer FEBKtJABY 15 Obits wniff JEAUTOIEET runn B Ttae Was WtMB to took IMtf WM All Hat Wai toot la This Tear Oraoe a DM to Be O BE a fashion able young wom an in the year of grace one thou not etoves out wifli to order always beforeS la her speech the f ashinoahte young lady has her vocabulary as ehe hasher Latterly has pennitted hen the use of a good many English exn She always for andafae Meter says gtteisf saysebemistribr stop attome for stay at and eke than she takes a room ing Function with her means any sort of social and a Ten gsy ball becomes a Smart expresses considerable degree of excel lence which sheapplies equally toa wed ding or a bonnet an awfully fetching frock or gown is very for an especially pretty She likes the word too when she sees a fine painting she Thats a clever bit of She thinks Marshall Wflder is an awfully clever and if ask her does she howl she replies mod Fm not at all clever 1IE IAUEB Ii the gcon Wtoe A little while ago I was asked to write a brief paper answering the What was the happiest moment of your Better is ne man oothlnev which not yet who hath not work that is done undetUie That is the verdict bf tb0 wisest man who ever said friend the parson as he huddowatfce And so the man of the wwrM and tibe man of God come to the sameecochaian by different paths and wtthoota Then I asked aibrJghY most charming one young but by no one who Jain in the hlieaand ted on the rgiatof enoasiiofthe other tile to give her an all perience and sympathy that alone in New York society today is not The four hundred have an inexorable if unwritten code that the young belle must bo thoroughly cognizant of before she in eligible to the hall mark of fash ionable The tyrant of her world really pene trates her bedroom and presides over her directing the process from the innmcnt she opens her dewy eyes beneath the lace trimmed canopies of her brass or satin wood bedstead until she leaves the rosy from the perfumed Blowing afUr the vigorous massage and radiant in thr freshest of morning And from tbon until the any time after thai she sinks again into Hlumbcr to dream of her there Ktoocl at her elbow a little monitor more potent than conscience which has ceaselessly pointed out the way in which she must Fashion in sensible just now in a great many BO that ono almost forgives her the great many nt her things in she is a foolish and unreasonable For it in the fashion at present to be wholly and exquisitely with a neatness that begins at the skin and ex tends to the hist accessory of the No frayed no boots destitute of no torn no ragged no muasy furbelows uro The dreus must display the care of a even if that useful personage does not exist in the home In all this the line of de markiiUon from primness IH exact and well Hair that is frequently washed and carefully brushed may be loosely put up with charming while no amount of plaiting and pin ning back will give a tidy appear ance to the locks that are grimy with dust or dull from lack of brisk In her care of lierself per Fonally the modern belle can give many points to her predecessor of fifty years It is also quite a la moaJTarttie present imn to be The delicate creatures who were supposed to be refined and extremely elegant three or four dncades ago would find themselves met with an exasperating pity or a half concealed contempt should they parade their fragile selves along the fashionable line Bright a fresh com Some phrases she leans rather heavily notably such a blow when a rain postpones a visit or friend and such a pleasure alike to hear Patti and spend a tiresome evening at the house of some She an index expurgatorius which she is very careful to There are no more stores for they have become shops servants also have ceased to exist as they are men servants and although she permits herself to designate as laun housemaid or butler gentleman she avoids a man I she referring to a male acquaintance there were lots of delightful men out hut she confides to some sister belle who missed the opera all right she never making very well do muck better nor does she add to speaking of such an entertain ment her home no longer has a pure and but a blue a red a Japanese or pos sibly an east Getting beyond the manner to the mat ter of the fashionable girls discourse one finds it has practically no on the surface at least so said one of them not long ago to the remarked this young we have to know only we dont have to know it all at once nor for very long at a If we did we could not stand up under the We take our knowledge in For I have been out four yean and during that time I have learned to play the mandolin and as every one of these accomplishments had its brief all in addition to what I knew of guitar and piano at my To the French and Italian with masters before I I have acquired a smat tering of Volapuk and Russian successively I ride and fence equally but I do every one a lit had you What I do well is to swim and play One season I belonged to a Shakespeare the next I had mornings with and for two Lents I was a member of a Browning This winter we are con templating and uome of us havbXo stand on tip toe to do One has to know from Die Walkure to and to discuss art with the confidence of the Quartier Lat I have been through several art Is there such a thing YBT MOIL HTB Of Of HSiTlEJ Bill Wnitam Wye ateesiTCT the Vaav Mmttawi TTji ft was hi the booming city along whose busy streets I had so often into he ear of Laurrrenee Barrrrrrerte l would then ejaculate Batsf and he would toke a seat in the chair like a king that is getting 54 a week to reign through and then take tickets at the door life I replied to and the happi est moment of my own life was the in which 1 could lay before those whom they concerned the proofs that I had ful filled the great task of my had paid the last penny of Frank Leslies indebt and cleared the memory of that noble man from the stigma of debt which clouded his last Bufc after was that a moment of happiness A moment of a moment of a moment of hon orable it was all of this but the bitterness of the strife through which that peace was conquered the lonely weariness of labors beyond my the yearning for the word of loving thanks I could never hear all these came and so embittered the sweetness of that so dimmed the glory of that that after all I cannot call it a moment of But if it was I do not know that I ever felt and in looking around among my friends and acquaintances I am inclined to wonder if anybody really is or can be truly I do not mean just amused or free from care children are but I do not call them for they cannot know how fortunate they and happiness must involve a mental contrast with some other condition in which we might have been involved my happiness in paying those debts was the outcome of the misery of not being able to pay them the happiness of the travelers return home is the contrast with the separation and homelessness of Ms We have all heard of the Indian whom the missionary found pounding his own finger with a The good man thought it was a penance and was ap plauding the piety of his interrupted him to with a solemn that Much much achee feel muchee good when and with and on the banks of whose the steadylooki out of her lotrehr re river I had oft been that I met a barber who made For yon and We have the of shaving eminent I bad habit of and thought is that my presence did not seem to fataltowhat you call The tmnrve him as I had supposed it onlv happy people are they who do not and that he held my nose a good deal know that they are and do not higher while shaving my upper lip than know what happiness j I ssjd ever held even in the bright and that rather a bull days as a little I wore and hie made oyer from other little disheartened sffTimrrtimwtrT down the rest of the I offered him a strop to hold in his hand to reign but he would not have he hard to shave he is quiet in the assl walks perfectly He ia a real good i if be would only try to forget that he is sitting for a MSB When he gets his head out of tike iron head zest and is not having hit photograph taken he is first trWho else did you ever I have shaved Channcey Depew but he did not know about or at least I didnot tell him who I and so perhaps he wouU not remember me He was very nice and and didnt make me any He kept looking at the clock was being and said something over softly to I judged he was going out to dine I askea him if he 1 BBIQUIT LABI I1TEI Testtswsrjr 1st ftwor New York for tho life of were the that gj the brave and noble deed but these sud denly ceased when the scene re versed and they learned that the drown ing man was a Gentile and his orate res cuer a Jew The worlds history ithae tening to to and the day may I befar dfctant when the remnant of CeaTerniea to CaWfecl Jacob shall be the midst of maawpeo Talaiage Bears erenpon tie that tarrieth not for nor waiteth for the of Meanwhile let us be moved with pity for next applied to a perapn neither dim and nor nor pretty u tered over the parterres of fashion for more years than VeTalk lake breezes were wont to He was a middle aged man with a red shaded by a clustering h which the The this constant preaching of any use sadly questioned a who for long years had earnestly proclaimed the Gospel message in a crowded Chi nese Not indeed without Since the beginning of some hundreds bad been gathered in but hundreds of thousands around him still lived in and even among those who heard his as we selves saved upon shore and beating f or us hasten to h saying to eack hint not for ha fe of the seed of Abraham and of kinsmen of our Lord Jesus came to seek and savcitthe lost of the house of sa re years n Happinessr chirruped she in reply to my j had formerly been a bnght happiness tell and when he had finished I wrote it in his album for what ia your chief form of j and wore linen cuffs with edg ings of iron His collar also had gray whiskers on and the mane around the buttons of his trousers needed the tramp that called at a farm house on Fifth avenue to get something to He said he had there was nothing to it only it seems that once a poor with clam shells in his rich Rembrandt beard and chicken feathers in his nut brown called at a quiet farm house on upper Fifth avenue and asked for Odds ex claimed the farmers as he came to the vou are indeed in a sorry And how long since you tasted foodr have a lot of nice men crowding to get nave a loc cii nice xueu CZUWUIUK iu get TT a word with me thats happinesf of one people on for and to leave happine for us who that minute imported and see all the ment but the rain was leaving little hope of any congregation that And in no one in the thronged thorough fare fronting the where he usually by first speaking on the steps to collect the and then inviting them seemecj in clined to Within the building he found a middle aged Chinamen who evidently wished for some conversation with encouraged by his kind told him the following story For seventeen years I have been i Four catching I devoted Buddhist and have gone from madly at the waist band of his trousers I house to house repeating prayers in hon just In for he had no I Or of I knew I was a sinful four days I have been without and four nights I have slept in a railroad culvert with nothing over me but a first and second mortgage and a right of I have a college education and an angel Give me a or a lit tle plum ladyj and God For three days I wandered aim of life if you only have simple and contented tastes like are worn almost as an and peaceful eyes I said to myself It will wept in a barber plexion and chocks that have the hue of whether it be a ruddy tinge or a clear are good form for this however little they may have been ad mired by Sir Charles Grandison or affpcted by Lady But the girl of fashion must be more than neat and There is a stylish way or the reverse for her to ac complish every however The way she sits or how she enters and leaves a carries u parasol or gathers a wrap about the adjusts the lorgnette or opera all these require to be dono which it must be con fessed is not always Every liody can if he the atrocities of the Grecian and New Yorkers saw enouKh to be disgusted with the Alexandra the stylish walk of a much more recent Today the swell girls are treading upper Fifth avenue as far as the flagging goes with an supple carriage and springing gait that betokens a knowledge of and practice in pedestrian for all of which we have the athletic fad to be grateful Accent and intonation are two promi Twnt factors in the curriculum of tha There are really two voices in use in fashionable society to cither of which is considered quite One swell girl speaks rapidly and without much and while her voice is not there is a penetrat timbre to it wliich makes it very distinct and easily It is a pleas ant voice when it is not too manifestly artificial Some girls overdo the Mattel and acquire a nasal tone that is The other equally swell girl or thinks she the English She pitches Jer tones a oon siderably lower Inry than her fashionable and it woaid seem that in cross rag the water this production imbibed the wave motion of the for it undn iates gently but regularly as Its Anglo American possessor lets it glide sinuously from her pretty It a detestable affectation unworthy an American Let him admire it who But having the the gait and the Toioe of Murray the art of acquisi tion must still be carried American girls have lovely soft and beautifully shaped hut Ifc fashionable the Morgan and Stewart collec the Verestchagin and the Barye exhibit is just and for every one I have faithfully are merely a hint of the subjects one may be called upon at any moment to discuss and I really will not go to a flower show for orchids are a sealed book to The different im ported entertainments are another tax upon ones Just when you know a kirmess from a May dance you are asked to participate in a Venetian and when you have read up to go to see a Greek play somebody lectures on Buddhist ceremonials for a fashiona ble and you have to show It is really very fatiguing sometimes to keep up with the All of which confirms the original know our world Is only the absence of pain or and as the child does not know about pain and it can not really know But older babes between 15 and wliat of them Girls do not know much of the sorrow or care of ex istence if they have a father to provide the means of and a mother to ward off worries and and young men with somebody to make a place for them in the and to bol ster them up in have as little real knowledge of the rough side of life as they have of But arc these girls and boys tndv bappy ihey both consciously and in a transition and therefore in an unsatisfied condition the girl is looking forward more or less frankly to tho day when some Right shall come along and invite her to be come tho queen consort of a little king of their shall introduce her into some ideal condition of life wherein she shall find happiness and however fortunate her girlhood she seldom looks upon it as more than a vestibule and waiting room through which one passes to As for the young he does not know or care anything about If you spoke to him of the he would probably reply that he didnt go in for that he supposed he did as well as other or that there wasnt much the matter with the world so far as he was if he is the blast and cynical style of young he will reply with some Byronandwater speech about the world being a beastly in which happiness and she has found afd I aske her if so now Shethougfat When he had recovered himself a lit wiped his eyes somewhat on a i going into the clothes press t for a few the river asked I The happiness of this wi replied my hope ine alwavs Eot shaved at He left orders I used proposition that to be a fashionable young woman in the year of grace eigh teen hundred and ninety is a complex yw iutsicate PHUJP Wi prl takes great care too well An InvltattoB raiui thy Saviour to tiy O brtw Ftor to IMS made thy bohnrin And bleaed Uiy chlldnac bcmr tbnac ttoy ot TTis be thmt thy bordm An4 taee from tiy The finest oT the v TO do hta word he That swiftjy runi to earths tti Iu service to He gives like wocfl the fleecy now The like to mud fro Be scatters oer the tend Like he hta And Then roan the wintry Before hto cold eta Bat nan he Mafelils melt the ot And uato the Joyful Be Wdmtlje macl bceeM The ice the waten And becla to But the richer at Bectowed apan hltcbann Tto whom to Mi word Ms in the White I shall reap the re ward of all and probably the pres ident and his family in the recesses of their private chambers we are quietly settled at home again we shall have time for some real But it is a well known ouibble of the cynic that nobody ever attained to tomorrows happinessrf tomorrow at tained becomes One the lining of your or in your ear or down the kick of your One the commodore swore at me quite a good I remem I had shaved him a little too and so his face bled a Of course I On the fourth day I cameUpon a habitation and tried to get a Thore was only one bite at this and a large mauve colored bull dog got will you give me of yonr ormust I ask yon to look the other way while I pass out at the gate and go away The good woman could not and so she got some crullers and cold cabbage with vinegar onto Also a glass of milk and a cold The poor tramp took it and was about to conceal the whole thing in his when the good lady You ought at least to ask grace and give thanks before yon eat your Let me beg of you to ask a blessing before you that is all right in exclaimed the tramp as he absorbed the sausage and drained his but it does not work well in Me and Chaun cey Depew always talks better after weve Who else have you shaved Tvc shaved He is a kind hearted old with a skin that hangs around his throat like the seat of an elephants trousers around a He is a every tach of He does not talk much with He is a thoughtful but does not dress One day he wanted me to brush his I brushed it the wrong way for He did nof know the but gave me a quarter and went One day I tried to show off to and whilst I was shaving him I spoke of the beautiful spring weather and coatedrf rom the poet what is so rare as a day in Juno He said that somedays in March was a good deal for hed seen em when they was almost He is a Evarts He can think of more puns than He is really a wit of the old but he is hard to and when you get lather up his nose his remarks are almost cruel at I The thirtyfifth session of the Minne for a long time few had shown more I heW at than passing interest I Bishop Mallaliea And now the hour of tte daily afternoon bisUo greatly the brethrenof the northwest by forbearing and brotherly His address to the of deacons was just such as one would expect from a man who had no endto serve except to inspire these young men with an exalted ambition to be true and faithful ministers of Jesus sermon on Sabbath was model ot de livered in power and demonstration of the It was expected that the conference would but after a thorough dis cussion the motion to divide was The deliverance of the body on the ob servance of the Sabbath was radical anil disapproving of the patronage of Sunday papers and of open gates at J camp meeting on Sunday where trains and steamboats are run pledging coop eration to the American Sabbath and petitioning congress to pass the Sun day rest On temperance the con ference pronounced iu favor ot national and state constitutional and refused to any party favoring York Christian RELIGIOUS Ton Moltke says that beer is a far more dangerous enemy to Germany than all the armies of The Methodist speaking te its says Boil it and most earnestly I sought in this way to make atonement for the and acquire sufficient merit to attain to escaping the condition of re Some time ago I came into this anJ though nt first I received no clear idea of the doctrine you were I wjfe struck with the mode of jsly around on the site for the AVorlds I worship especially the offering of prayer fair trying to find my way to the settleI to an unseen God attracted I came many listening to your gradually saw tho utter van ity of my own religious views and and the blessedness of the way of salva tion in Many arguments have been used to bring me back to but I am fully to enter the Christian and now I ask you to receive After further conversa tions and prayer with him and careful inquiry concerning consent was gladly and the following at the converts in the presence of some sixty brethren and the exBuddhist stood up and made clear confession of faith in and j prune away the keep to the Archdeacon of at is thought to be the oldest clergyman in the English lie has been orders seventyfour Cor kneeling and baring the strangely shaven I neliug Twi by the decisioa was baptized iu the name of tbelf receives by the will i for It is she to have them too much Care your of but she continues dazzling polish and brilliant pink manicures And then are know it must be The aim of tJje really fashionable Kew York belle is free from the we dont do its so com ehe and she no longer counts r ball bouquets by the because It savors too much of stage and takes with something of her little bunch of flowers from her Btreet because everybody wanted to ana fcecausesaaigntwayitgot beyond her refined and dainty it a huge corsage that could be A great many ma an put down as practiced by tie anettopolitan the gburHaa 4red which she would almost witt fcozror to be accused Her Christian mother with tin Bible in her hand ought not to shrink from the duties involved in the government of a ffehe carefully instills into the miads and hearts of her children the commands andpreoepteof the Scriptures vitfc icgard to obedience and careful that all her commands shall be in harmony win right and she have email trouble in securing pt and cheerful The fearof wfll constrain to parental Tork Chnctian is only possible to fools and causing one to close ones lips very firmly lest they should unclose in an obvious and unseemly A littie later there is a condition which I suppose comes as near true hap piness as anything this world affords it is the early married life of two persons really in and really adapted by tastes and temper for com panionship with each To snch a with money enough between them to free them from the sordid cares and anxieties of there may come a few let ns be liberal and say a few almost perfect happi ness but my heart how sure it is to change as time ROCS on The honey moon itself wanes steadily from the hour its though other moons mav and be very bright and very that especial moon comes no in later how few if vou ask them what has been the happiest hour of their would place it hi the present epoch of As a rule they go back to childhoods ignorant careless or to youths calcium lighted and impossible dreams of a future that never One man of my when asked the above replied happiest moments of my exist ence are after a remlly good dinner with good winesjseatmyselfinmy study my slippered feet upon a a capital cigar between my a steady the simpler the tt I Wier it is to fulfill them expect but and you cant be disappointed of a great Does this apply to persons as well as things and surroundings Is a single person more likely to be happy than a double one Are bachelors and maids happier than married folk It is a big and perhaps will find as many voices in the negative as in the but my individual answer would The single person cannot be as unhappy as the double and although the buss of married life such as I at first described is so is also the misery of anJH assorted or disastrous The loneliness of a loving heart is hard to and the longingfor protecting and sympathetic compansmship is very sor rowful and but the burden of enforced companionship with a hus band who has becomaan object of aver sion and terror iea great deal harder to the Son and the Holy Ghost And so was answered the preachers sor rowful Is it worth while Day by all unknown to that faith ful but often disheartened servant of one weary heart was listening and Jane and the slavery of dependence upon an and grudging master is far mere bitter and deal Bke bling yon stake yonr dollar may win five or yon may yon Probably the wisest eerMmly the most obvious is DOB t put up your doDart had to rub alum on it to stop the bleed and it made the old man quite smart for one of his time of He got kind of hot and told me I could go away and never come back any I told him I had a wife and family and I would like very much to said you cannot shave for or for sour or the ace of some such thing he I said I do not want to see your family You have cut my face so often you mullet and then puckered it up with that my mouth stays open all the time and pretty soon I will have to put a gore into the back of nxy Go away my house and never return if you As I do not want your family to and so I will rive you a letter to a business man I know down who will see that yon geta jobaLbai Now go me the and I opened MM not to cut the if then was any But there wasnt It was jnst a It said Dau Introduce a tenter who has Ifeen practicing on me tor quite working One day I was shaving a foreign noble man in New and being in great hurry I rather suddenly lifted his as is usual when shaving the upper when to my surprise it came off and fell in the It was a wax such as is frequently worn by the nobility of some countries where the royal blood contains other ingredients besides roy and so I had to put a pink pomatum nose on him till he could get up to the Eden Musee and have another one By my carelessness I learned afterwards that I come mighty nigh breaking upsthe match betwixt him and a real sweet little American girl with good breeding and lots of means but no noble The hfctorjcal barber then powdered my Adams apple and I came a CoortiavlB UM dont put meoff any to dull boy of the Sew England state has two capi ItaaaherIndeed BoyCapitti K and capital yeris light falling over my left and an interesting magasineor book hi my if nobody disturbs I for two or three hours the fullest sense of happiiMB ot wmeb hnman nature yon do not paaionship in ya Kdjmydemr the day I him deal com reaper AH through Lady with Book Agent Here is that How to Play the Lady of the hook I didnt order any but the neighbors and they told me to bring it to AwgerGookingovereuitorsBhonl deras he clips an article from that require much intel lect whatever He has a family dependent on and anything yon can find for him to do aronnd j jour justly celebrated slaughter house wffl be duly appreciated by Toms him tiyitftnton the cattle that are already of the late George As the cold weather approaches it may be well to remember that of 182 churches burned in owed their destruc tion to defectives a fact suggests the value of an ounce of preven The Herrick a dis tinguished Presbyterian has pub lished special services for use at mar visitations of the sick holy It is a but it indicates the direction of tho In the twentyfifth report of the Shel tering Arms of New the treasurer states the years receipts nt In the quarter of a century of its exist ence the institution has hail on its regis ter The permanent fund has reached Protestant I Cincinnati by a fl man not 50 years old the time when I a Caivinist could not say a good wortr about an and an Armenian nad not a good word to say about a Cai That time but there are people that spirit left They have not a good word to say about anybody who differs with them they are unreasonable and he who does not agree just exactly with their form of stating the doctrines of Scripture is a dishonorable and dishonest It is a noticeable fact in our day that the fierce invectives which once were An Age of Behrends in the Chris tian Union of gives a powerku summary of recent progress towards Christian and national with many other tilings The Roman Catholic says the Prot estant is u who is conscious of telling lies all the and the Protest ant answers the Roman Catholic by say Vou are That is the way we have carried on our long The same thing is true within all the lines of common against the Catholic even against the Roman Catholic fail to produce any public effect we leave that sort of thing to thetheological cranks who cannot get anything else to and who have used up all other why is it Is because we imagine there are no abuses in that communion Far from it Men have not lost sight of the causes that induced the Reformation in the Six teenth but they have come to see this that to say of the entire Roman Catholic or to say of the Roman priesthood and that it is honeycombed with moral insecerity and is simply It is not The thing that is not true will fall by its own Did you ever shave any other cele brated people beside Vanderbilt and eoinpanioaabiptfaBB I and if I feel the derive for It In the evening I had rather come to see you than to have any body m the world come to see mj pteUj but a very idea of responded I and bat I Let as talk of the I island of or of man in the I any one oi more tangible this happi are a pass I never know how to take She nerer Imgton meT I used to shave Barrett Lawrence the great when hewas in a He entered the shop rather soft and glidy as if he was looking for Julius with a view to stabbing him at an early would Good would I know thee notT He would then fold his and Be I hardly love you well enough or dea Alfred looking at his the last train In is due in just three min M PaMttled Boarding How do you Eke our coffee It reminds me Tho Good Old their fruits ye shall know them said the Do men gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles And when we are told of the Light of Asia and ef the lofty morality of and assured that Bible is only one ing of tlie standard of doctrine on infant salvation to read thus All infants dying in infancy and other elect persona are A correspondent writes The Second Congregational church of of which the Walter Barrows fet has been celebrating the fortieth anniversary of its Barrows rather startled his people on thia occasion by asking them for for a new church But the has without a dissenting carry out the Emerson pledging on the A secular paper says cl man sits down quietly to listen to an er clergyman and hears statements wUbv which he the temptation up on his feet and state his own o is almost than the nabibel putting their own notionn iiisHsliIy is apt to make them and breeds a latent controversial which only lacka opportnnity for Ilence much of the del in religious At a council of Congregational c men lately held at Annis EastmeavJ wife of the dained to the ministry and pastor of the Brockton During the protracted of her husband Eastmans baa dated in his pulpit with such tion to the congregation that they c ed to make her thensettled It is reported from England Howsor It has plenty of Wheat growing wonder and took in the mirror at the man for whom he ever geoiane respect and which nothingcould Then he would takeoff his coat and fold his again and throw back bis head and try to look like the man who acts as tain dispatcher f or the solar sys I asked a good at any rste he was a I suppose a good means and Asd wafer steal ABdlwaantajaSoanreaallettlar BoUkwnttetleicheit ttstl 1 would come off perch Brannj AFh have your photo graphs come from Snappescbottes Hiss Maydeval And with a note ing my opinion of his What was HOB on the back of every nictore were thesewords The original better than some of the there ia a legitimate answer It was put thus by the late Wendell who will certainly not be suspected of too great reverence for orthodox views The answer to the Shaster is India the answer to Confucianism is China the answer to the Koran is Turkey the an swer to the Bible is the Christian civiliza tion of Europe and Christian civilization has and plenty of them such as it who that knows it would exchange it for any other civil isation that exists or has existed Either make the tree good and its fruit or make the tree corrupt and its fruit cor York A society has seek the conversion of the people of the West or of the society are to sonalvisitaandseekbydirectmtereon to interest the people in ttj asserted that all the houses in f not excluding Our Xcgleetetl Let him sink he is only a Jewf the residence of the will be visited in The New York Methodist Book cem ia making preparations to its and all denomination have been asked toj the voice of the careless onlookers at ofthis Piwdwrj JGracow six months they stood on M Tm not which a young man had and witnessed what seemed to be hU dying to regain the Let him they But he wouM rock hackon f baa for long and throw out his chest and skuffhis shoes on die floor like atuaaoler that ia chalking his feet in the a habit he gotwhen he wasa baieback rider andthen be would inhale and bale his breath qafckry like whohas Mownont the gas and now t cfae Bate off his taHeandread I am but I wouldnt mind if I eat down thirteen at a table there would befovv been the voice of over heather who is only a Jew whilst also we have often thrust hhudowB into the and are the looking caflonsry onaahe ft Book Concern been set profits of the Concern to bet relief of superannuated pvear Book Concern gives support of cfenominational mttsJOttyearsof existea tribntedinthia way the the Book OHWM ther mark centennial Of mtoitanewbuildmgatRfths Twentieth wh on the
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