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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                PART ONE THIS ESTABLISHED I Pages I to US fBWOT DTTEBAFGES OF THE SETlllil BetMatThe Jews asd DelltaeackHow tolTeach SaWtoy Seheol IVeaaoaiAawt Saying at It is now announced authoritatively that the next Ecumenical Conference of tke evangelical Alliance will be held in the city of Florence Italy a year from thU present month of April XheJtttleeleep will not seam illenoe anali break out in The snaled eyes shall then We who have waited patiently Shall live and have oar own Sown A Fort Worth correspondent writes to the Ban Antonio Times A plainly aad lived plainly flay aigat give the Weare iBg in a good and awful time we an living in an age each aa the world nerei Neverwereeuch aBdi made at are made We can give more than we ever thought of A poor church decided to give tenth of their ud they were enrprisedtonnd that tan inereaie wai two thouaaad per cent The story ii told or come converted in gave mat cf their property i80 Taerejs no telling what rinendOB could if aU would re eolve to he rich toward 8OKDAT APRIL 1890 EIGHT VMS OF TIKI BY WIDOW OF 11 7 1118 Written lor LBICOH FACTS his and many a day or two after de claring the beatitudes in last as they approached the city of a funeral procession earning out of the city bearing the only eon of a widow on the which Jesus restored the young man to his MHJMTOI Busker Hill and Its A treat library Eactcr Service Tbtt to Harvard How tke Students Charles At one behind a atatna of Dalles man who accepted I mother Fear fell upon the people flea Joness challenge to defend I mnd Declared that a great prophet arrived here yocterday and presented himself at the Jones backed out and slid he meant any one who was a professed In ohurahvardi wide the Medi we Beneath the Dross the wheat shall Oo Baiter Day deaths reign Hull And golden Bhair heavenward Hail the blest by whose clad iball reap the harvest white Alexander A Boman Catholic lays the Congregation on the piogram of a OoBgregalional mioisten and advocating as earnestly u his Protestant brethren better observance of the Bab this is not a usual feature of our ecclesiastical but we are glad to record the innovation and hope to see it Father Bcullr has done yeo mans service in behalf of temperance in and he was welcomed not Tor his own sake but for his works THK DDBT I was a thtntr of low degree forme had They praised declared this event throughout all and the disciples of John the Baptist told him of being now in prison awaiting beheading from The Oriental burial usually takes place We published last Sunday aa interest ing written by a young lady friend to her family in this Through courtesy of the latter we an enabled to publish another equally position from the same which will prove excellent Sunday April My dear familyI am enjoying my vacation much and am fast becoming acquainted with Bos as the day was went to the Going out to Gaorgs and oa tka floor an copies of the tombstones of tke Wash fegton I went up into tke from whence a very fine view of Boston can be April 4 Thia mornin we viiited St Pauls which is on Tremont street It is one of the oldest churches of the city and hat hfehbacked pews like in Kings ChapeL From then we went down to the corner of MUk avd Devonshire streets where the Equitable Life Assurance bunding U op posite ths Of course I was interested in It ia a very large one of the tall est in the We ascended at high as poetible in the eleva tor aad then climbed disay stairs ants we came ont on a platform iur iron whence and the country for a long distance Hurrah for the We spent tha remainder of the morning in various rounded by an iron wh could be seen the city and the harbor rtaade Witk C to the sky to the sky ud witk her tea lookiag At ttebaaa of Yesterday morning bright aad I Bunker Hill After that Carol and i viiited office and through the banking district I itato which wai the second of across the The art At Williams and Everetts we had the good fortune to see a tood copy of Mfllef s Wednesday afternoon Eloise and I met the Dudleys and went down Eloise spent a time hunting a drew elevation on which the monument stands the hot on the evening of Till tho flnt Iran was formed of me since that mlnolo at I am the sentient part of Tfcrouffh every fragile grain I feel of tbe springtide Beulnato Kroner mire ana olofl Tbe resurrection jrlfts of Bayne in Sunday School It is remarks tke lade to notice with what respect tho Jewish newipapen apeak of the late Franz And yet he wai tbe most active man in Germany in the attempt to convert the He waa at the head of a society for the and educated missionaries to the and translated the New Testament into With their general regard for him is to be contrasted the tone of con tempt which they adopt towards most of the missionary work to the Jews in this Of the recent hundredth birthday of I the First Baptist church of this Connecticut correspondent writes to the Boston Watchman At the days be ginning there was cloud and But 1 the sun bunt clouds were aad we went to our homes under the atarlit which declared the glory in the day of the The lie on a and an deposited in shallow gravescovered with rock in this part of the to prevent the Jackal from Two multitudes meet at the city gates one headed by deaths the emblem of helpleaa naturestate the other headed and the Here came together the two car rents that are in the the Caravan of death meeting Him who has the keys of death and An d shall we stagger in doubt or unbelief before this record To which aide shall we belong Shall we hesitate Do we pretend to believe in a final resurrection at the end of time and cannot believe that the Lord had then power to call a single soul back to its tenement of clay Do we think the Lord has gone away to gather power to restore the dead to life after a when he is refreshed with vigor by rest Do we not now believe with all our hearts that April and May will bring a resurrec tion to dull natures sleep from the chill embrace of winters work we be believe that natures own laws can over1 come natures d but we fear and I tremble lest the author of nature and her laws cannot or will not clothe man with resurrection ye of little wherefore did we Then is no evidence that the widow knew even who Jesus She had no faith nor prayer on only she was Her earthly stsy and support was Her own whom she loved and who loved was The silken cord of love was severed and golden bowl of life was When the Lord stw her he had compassion on her and said unto Weep not Then he stopped the the procession of and Young man I aay is not levelled quadrangular stone tablets but may have been day of the It is in form and there are at the corners to show when the earthworks wen thrown In front of the monument there la a large statue of Colonel Pretcott just about to rush sword in Within the little ticket there it also a statue of Joseph who perished hen so I ascended the three hundred steps which lead to the top of the monument In the center of the ob elisk is a hollow stone cylinder which serves aa a column around which a spiral staircase winds to the At the within this then is a small copy of the original having in it the initials of General It is no light matter to climb to the top of the The staircase is lighted up by flaring gat and at regular intervals then are small loopholes ad mitting the The echoes sleep in the rounding corners of the stairway two young men going on before me roused them with their At completely out of I reached the The country for a great distance waa spread out before me the scene was partly by blue rolling tame for While we wen lookini around the Doric a onearaed old soldier approached ui and inquired if we should not like to some of the a peculiar sorrow i of as the Baptist cause has come out of the discouragement of a cen tury and its ndeemed ones aa stars without declaring the mercy and blessing of With a good doctor and a good writes that venerable Shaker to an Albany all sickness of soul and body should be taken away from the Physical infirmities should be sought for and not not be found moral and spiritual sins then should be Repeal all doctor and let the dear sov ereign or cure soul and body in a I when a young man or woman is called ont ie I of this We mark it as a broken col We think the errand But we do not only mourn at the young mans bier of bodily but then is a sadder scene than Then is a sec ond death as well as a second Then is such a a very common that in the midst of life a young man may be in the sleep of Then may be moral paralysis while the blood We wonder at the restore tion of this young man to Well we Beouickened flesh It Bays the Cangregationalist I had just time to get over the leaaon Raid one Sunday school teacher to an other in the next waa the somewhat critical I thought ao from what I You got over but you didnt get under nor into There is not much gain to a class when the teacher Just gets over the Farmlon in the Advance Frequently am I invited to tea at the house of some A blessing is always asked at the Aa I ait down it is easy for me to detect whether theblessing represents a The behavior of the as well aa the behavior of the U a clear indica tioa of whether the paterfamilies is ac customed to I am fre quently to aay but I rejoice in the growth of that custom by which the visiting minister is not It I becoming more usual for the head of the as we call by no matter how it may really the huaband and father to say grace It I a right which be longs specially to him a right of which he may If but right which I am always glad for him to nap and to Then k a ape fitness in him who represents the household asking Gods bleating upon the household aa It gathers about the ta The same principle applies to the pronouncing of benediction in the pub lic meetings of the It WM form the rule for the most diatingu tly partly by the blue shining To one lay Boston with its many gleaming spina and to the the har bor and the whitedotted The Charles river crouched amidst the scene I at if just nady to spring into the The breeze came from off the freely and In the little room at the ton of the were hung two small black cannons that had done good service in the famous They wen two out of the four which the colonists owned the British had captured the oth er As I stood looking a among whom was a little hunchbacked came up the How she was able to make the I do not The spirit of patriotism ac complishes great even in these degenerate As for I was dizzy for the rest of the Returning to town I betook my self to the public whose praises I have so often heard Grand ma Darling It is a moderate other He directed us to the senate Then we found mon onearmed old who were very They gave us calendar of the days work and a list of the eiehtyniae of The room where this great body meets is quite plain and The only ornaments an tha paintings of noted Americans which decorate the The only familiar name among the tnnaton was that of Charles Carleton An old kindly man showed me next the rcom where the house of containing two hundred and forty meets The legislature is in every morn ing and our guide kindly invited us to be present some I think that next week I shall attend some meeting of the house or Having inspected the library connected with the state house and finding nothing of interest in old law we re traced our steps across the ex amining minutely each individual statue and I have come to the conclusion that two fa male and two male witk a sya hniiemi TraVfa I did aot na Below tkae wen four vary good haufrnlan cut IB tka Then wia a npnaaatatioB of the eabarkatioa of tho tke compact and the From tke aoanneat we went to the beach ia It wesaboutafonrailerideatoBgaduity road The day wee a perfect How beautiful the akv end eealookedt Then wasseveelyacloudiatke iky aad tka ocean had a deep indigo color and wai hardly AMONG WIIT i imm mm uw 10 fol lightfnl It waa very al though a curtain divided concealing rakwwi The ceiling that it mat ed Atpne waa as oldfaahioned such a oneaa I a A little the water will have lost this chade and have a greenish ntheredteaweada and aea si tint We and Dell found a couple of May send you a piece of aea which in gnat all the rocks Oa the way home each Pri wai glvea an ostensibly out olpttngoodneaofheartbutl believe naiy to keep tke girii quiet We reaShedhomejuat in time for The hearth and the nuateT In times the boy who roomed then need to burn loga which he carried mantel piece wen the familiar and Then wen two the room with deep window cushioned in The penes of were small and In the cenj DID iia am AFaithfal Out Nighfe eatkeStajwef New Article Drevaa Written for TaaHAWKXn by John Mu my plate I found a card bearing the well known of CharleaBeardi Kloise had spent the afternoon at the Art ao that neither of us tookMiss on the good or that have their little worth an most pretty thingt is like the new flowers that returning will call out to bloom for a sea son and then return to But what if only the Century Plant wen to flower in vour house this spring That would strike you with uu i spring i Wanted i what is that even compared to having the Rose of Sharon or the Lily of the Valley take root in a young mans aoul in your family How many a young man it as to spiritual life at dead as the dummy standing at the merchants door step If any man drink of this water he shall thirst but if he drink of the water that I shall give him it shall spring up in him a well of water unto eternal and I will raise him op at the laat Jesus Young I aay unto This young man heard the Saviors He was and yet heard the voice of God and sat up in his death Will you then I would arise but know not how The dead shall hear his and you cannot be man than What can a young man accomplish on his bier of moral stupor He hat got to be carried those who live unto God in the spirit Jesus wants to aay to every ynnng man in he does young I say unto walk in my Start a Sunday Help to regenerate Be a sun and shield in the the the Be emancipated from the thraldom of paaaiona and fashions of this worldly the flesh and the Young I aay unto How men of this buy nineteenth cen ead rash about in thelrTmad endeavors to accomplish their or oldest of those ministers present to pronounce the But now thecuetom is obtaining forthepeator whoever may be to to pronounce thane words of valedictory It la fitting thta privilege and thia duty belong to as the of his Christian What la needed now is that aU Ckrie consecrate their wealth the ewrtioe of Too aaaayaie wasting or boarding the fcorda Too ttaay an noeenmliir it upon tSe evanjelisa fttaevof the world is We can arot plead poverty tea fate idem The fHitneae ajn inooaaparably poonr people of tale coBatryjpayabimoadol Jars a year lot Tfeen en at aaay Christiaa people ia Aaerica as then an various errands of oae might be reasonably led to suppose tkat tke amount of time which is absolutely aec essary for the proper performance of their duties ia not allowed Time wasted is money spent Save both then by aaking sure you are routed via tke Kansas sized building on Bolyston street oppo site the A new building of white very much larger aad finer than the old ia being erected oppo site or as much opposite as anything can be ia Boston the Art There ire rows and rows of books in tha The floor is of marble there an some very good pictures on the A large library is always so aggravating it is impossible to read or even look at all the booki and just as difficult to dis I merely looked around me aad then walked out I then ex plored the Back Bay region that Beacon and Bolyston streets and Com monwealth There the little curled were taking their airing in the That afternoon at five oclock we went to Kings chapel for Easter This is one of the oldest churches in the city and is in the midst of the bustle and the It has Unitarian minister and numbers among its congregation the aged Oliver The pews are large enough to be small are redcushioned and closed with a The people sit visavis ao that half the congregation have their backs to the The service waa as alow and sleepy as a sum mer The speaker hardly nised his monotonous voice above the I sat in the shadow of the balcony betide a and imagined that I was a little Puritan maid doing weekly penance on those old Eloiie and Ilin gend after the others had gone to visit the look at the and exam ine the tablets on the but the sex ton waa impatient for hit so that we could not ttay That evening we attended a violin re cital at the for which Delia had very kindly secured us The hall in which they hold their con certs ii ia the conservatory building aad is of a moderate and contains a large pipe organ and two The conservatory girls ait in the and visitors but Delia had obtained permission to ait with The recital waa very I was especially real value but that is dependent upon the estimate that we put upon them ac if I take it for granted that every one is kind and wellmeaning and treat them as if I thought they were they are pretty apt to be It is jutt about as Mackenzie told us on col lege that there is nothing in the world will help a person so much as to have some one believe in I have been constantly surprised lately by little kindnesses from quarters whence it could hardly be The world is better than I thought On which was I sat upon Plymouth It feels very much like an ordinary my friends About s hundred and twentyfive con servatory girls and a few outsiders formed an excursion to the early home of the Eloiaa st first bought a but finally decided not to stuck to the and in the end was not Arriving at we first visited the Pilgrim a kind of museum where relirs of the Mavflower and all its passengers ara There wen three ulv representing the Departure of the Pilgrims from Hol their Embarkation and their Landing We saw Miles Standitht Governor Wintlnwi Carvers work the first communion service of the Pilgrims and many other I have been in to many museums lately that it is rather difficult to remember what I raw and where I saw it From Pilgrim Hall we went to Plymouth The wharf has been built out into the bay so that how the rock is qute a distance from the It is enclosed by a high iron which is stretched from the four corners of an arch that shelters the sacred rock from the warm rays of the tunWhen we first went then the railing waa One determined Arthur son of the director of the con climbed the The not being able to stand on Ply mouth took off their rubbers and put them through the railing to ttaud for by ai it From the rock we ascended a at the top of which wai a marble slab placed flat upon the This bon an inscription to the effect that here buried all those passengers of the Mayflower who died that first dreadful That lovely green bank was fertilized by dead mens bones Going around a we came to the hadhadthepleaaunof seeing Ia the be called Friday morning Mia Bollard 1 Carol and me to market with TheBostoa market is held down m the northera pert of Tke lower part of Faanefl ken at you know it filled with booth aad when everything eatable fs Mia Billiard introduced nt to one of her a who kept a fish market He wai a jolly toll of tricks and and wearing a huge solitaire diamond on his left He showed us a great salmon which coat him He aaid that sal mons wen like the girls they wen very but we must have We went next down to the wharves aad docka when scores of schoonen laden with fl ih and clams were We watched the oilskin cov ered men boil the helpless Twas the day of tke Passover and many a Jewea waa buying a fishy Of course we viiited Faneufl the old cradle of The interior ia quite ordinary except for the many portraits of bygone Peter John and Samuel Joiiah John The old State not far next merited our It is a rather small having at the top figures of the lion and the uni corn facing each The lower floor is used for business the upper ones serve aa a kind of One oddlyshaped known as the Independence is famous as the place when the Declaration of In dependence wai signedIts walls are hung with old manuscripts and docu One room contain many me morial of Governor Hancock and also of the Otis A chamber across the hall is famous for historic as with students lamp upon aad also a volume of Kaenoaa He had a book case filled with books which com mend his good Pretty chairs and pictures finished the furnishings of this room he ought to be very good and grow very His windows look down upon tke famous clanday tree which ia always wreathed with flowers Here their council at the the British time of held their occupation of the From a balcony the varioni royal governors haranged the people and issued the kings Here a delegation of Bos ton citizens waited oa the governor and made the first plea against Above the door then is the battered lantern which was hung on Liberty Free in the ia token of the peoples resistance to the stamp act Upstairs then ia a fine collection of representing tha old historic of Hen too is the printing press of Benjamin a wooden In the hall there is a small nook devoted to mementoes of Daniel Hen also then is a bust of Powers Greek We next visited the custom house which we did not find particularly at it was modern a comparatively Friday afternoon Kloise and I attended the Symphony It waa beauti beautiful How much the people of Boston are to be envied For twentyfive any Friday after one may spend a few houra in heaven which is no I never dreamed of such cer I never heard it violin beat clario harpt and I dont know what aU breathing forth read April Hopes youwill remember how HoweUi described the struggle for the This morning Eloise and I heard Savage preach a splendid sermon on the subject of He had of ten been asked why being a should celebrate Easter Tha question ww asked by two classes of those who ignorantly supposed that Easter had ito origin in and by those who thought it inconsistent that the Unitarians refusing the orthodox faith in the entirety should accept any of the church Savage went on to show that Bister took neither its its its date or anyof its characteristics from It has existed among all psople and all Thousands of years even before Moses was Easter was celebrated in EgyptfRPrimitive he lived very close to the heart of nature He attributed the gnat force shown everywhere in nature not to one god manifesting himself in a myriad ways but to a multiplicity of gods each reveal ing himself in one small He had many deities even for the was the god of the morning tha godof the midday the god of tha setting the god of the son considered M the light the god of the suu regarded the Opposed to the god of light and life was the god of There were and in their struggle life and light must be conquered as shown in the triumph of of win tor over Bnt when the winter was gone and when the spring came there was a Flowers blossomed and birds f Savage showed this common belief among ancient peo ple by the myths of Pluto and Perse phone of the death of Balder the sun god and He read two resurrec tion hymns written centuries ago which might with proprietyirbeTsung in any Christian church he said that he claimed a right to cele brate the great and glad Easter on the bases of this not on the narrow ground of any Rather than detracting from Easter he added to it all the associations of men for Then he gave an outline of his own to S3 you waat to get behind the scenes do yout Whew theft sgaiast the rules of toil Bnt then an exceptions to all an thenaotr I aad ay friend rubbed tka aide of nia fonheei in a perplexed tort of a way which led ae to Bnt thia you aad in fact allthea tan an a little particular about admit ting people behind tke the stage aaaager doa us to bring a bnt not a re Why not a nporterf Well you see we all like to be written up from tke front bnt aot the I luppoee yet tke public an very much interested in what goes on behind Whets the matter Boated her Puttiagoaaaew You had better stead aaeoad U e4 by fairies jnth wings and draaset that would set afford much protactioa ia cold sUge scene shiften aMdlf fereut TtegJrla wenwhiap the men for moat part looked and the clown aad comediaa sighed and looked aa if they wen going to a The stage maaager turacd to a boy and said Go and see if Kitty ia The boy went and came back aad aaid she waa Let her gol said the stage A fellow pulled aometaiaa aad 1 could curtain flash Then a nomeat lalir the orchestra struck Thai penter came along to fix a fairy 1 the whan the curtain look hen ia and my friend laid hia head affectionately on the if it hinted Py or that you promise me not to give me wen coming behind the scente to write up Qua you wouldnt get near it Theyanvery glad to have you in the Private but if you come dont let it be hinted that you are a or I will be in trouble as well at Oh I shall hint nothing of the And I promise I swear it Ill arrange Just go home and wait until you hear from Hold it may require a bottle of you to bribe the atage And my friend I took the always and handed him a bill amply large to bear all aad weat home fully satisfied that ia the near future the whole matter would be arranged As then might besome danger of impli catiag my the decided to leave to aay that it Mend if I should of the I give have that out Suffice one of the n personal Batter which seemed hia rational and which no power on earth could He does not ba lieve in To him it means no more than passing from one room to Eternity lies jort minutes after the nbirth which men call he will be just as real and liv ing as he waa before the He docs not believe in the is no If his mother as the world two weeks ago is liv ing as he believes her to be she is living she is future she is as much of the present as he He be lieves that the soul will take with it its and meet aristocratic theaters iaNew York I do not dan even give the name of the play for then it would be an easy matter to tod the theater Three days latter I received a note from my friend saying mil arrangements had been made for me to peat an evening behind the aad that as I was going on the stage it was necessary to take a stage especially at my real name waa somewhat known at a news paper and that for the time being I Henry Now Barnes it a pretty and I had no serious I waa to asiume vvo H v 4WWW He pushed a great big platfora then with assistants aad Tieaaa nailing on braces aad fastening Tell that supe to get oat of the the stage carpenter I didnt know what he meant until a lit tle fairy touched my ana aad said Didnt ynu hear tubbs tell ye to nt out from the I was but she took me under the shelter of her wing to another where I could witness the strange scene from Well I dont know what alt they They set charged placed flew and all with such in stantaneous bewildering ruth hat by tke time the orchestra hadflanked wen The great curtain went np aad though I could see no audience I beard a mighty aaplause at what to them seaaed a magnificent bnt to me wet the veriest sham of crots beams and ua painted canvas I had aver The fairies became suddenly gifted with new and flitted aad daaced and sung in a bewitching aad The comedian lost his funeral became witty and actually atemcd while the clown awoke from ale etapor and made the gnUeriea It would take too much to tail a stage struck youth anxious and learn some the role of to take an thing of tha hiatriaaic art I wart order to avoid the rush and found ay friend at the stage The main entrance waioa one street and the stage entrance on an It seemed to ae fully two or three hundred yards There a quite a difference between the two en The stage entrance looked any thing alse than the path fairies tread to appear bcfon an enraptured It waa a narrow alley boarded up with an iron door to let trained cattle and all or the amount of inoonaiataaeiee between before and behind the The hero of the play who waa ao gal lant before the audience aa to draw thunders of seamed to be hated by everybody at soon aa tka entail was Xven the girl who had claag to fondly to his neck aad who and sworn to love him forever aad and whose life he had wee heard to say ahe wished the manager would die charge the The man who had played tke part of the villain and had been slain OB tka stage got up and walked off iaaaoat nncorpaelike aa soon ai tke curtain was One old fellow who had taken the port of a and had de livered a temperance lecture of which Qoff might have been waa heard between acts to aak Who in the hell stole my beer I believe the moral effect of hii tem perance lesson would have beealoatto As the play progressed I coatiaually found myself in the I know new why managers object to viaitora behind the Shove that wing up a put la that set house and let dowa that fly theres that dd supe in the way the stage carpenter My friend came to my relief and aaid I had better go to 1st hav ing a very clear idea of when it WM I was blundering feariaR every aso tumble into toau of personal identity and of recognizing its He power believes interested in a young Mubn who played Japanese with skill nese and Texas when traveling between Eanaaa City and points in Tens and Twelve hours an through sleeping can end each and every facility for eco nomical and comfortable railway trans portation is assured if via the T if your ticket reads from Kansas Qty to points in tha Indian Terri tory and For aad further iafor cell upon your aeereet railroad ticket or addrea Street Dei or Oeal Ticket Traveliaf Pel Gaatoa A nee ahouldbeeoldiaUeeai WtdsiQKIMd tka raaaiag foot aaotddbadeaoribedby tka grave expression end looked very pretty in a white dreaa aad pink Thia morning we atarted out by going to Batterweek servicea at 830 in Phillipa Brooks To our disap pointment be did not bnt only his curate we had the happiness of being very near After church I visited the Old South which now serves as a kind of I looked at the old relies until my eyes fairly ached and my memory waa in All around the roosm were hung paintings of famous governors and A sign over a near the pulpit announced that then General Wama hadeatend to deliver his famous ora ttoa oa the Boatoa maaeacn aa the Kddiar prevented him from enter ing Ja the Then wen oa taewauaaeveralmapeof Bothnia by aitof the first churchin a Unitarian church now studs Behind the church on a hillside is the old bury ing The oldest gnve waa made then in 1678 the oldest tombstone flww in On the lumrnit of the hill is a small flat stone which marks the spot when the built in 1643 Here the pilgrims kept con tinual watch upon the Indians who skulked among the rolling hills to the right These hills a little later in the must be very Aiarrow river separates them from the hill in which we A little below the site of the another aaal flat marks the spot when the fort built in Most of the grevea we stirring The people of Boston an wild over Concert rooms an crowded night after churchea on Sunday an filled with as many lovers of music at lovers of dis Everyone understands music in a greater or leaa No one whispers or stirs during a performance all ait but when it is finished sometimet the entire audience rises to its feet and clap and applaud ia a transport of eatanni filled with rence of tka nvolutioaary periodold Bible aad prayer old old old artidse of We aaw tkaakuUof Joaaph showing the kola made by the bullet which eaded aia Tken wen sev eral of ah lattan aad a daybook which ia the capacity of paid to kii Tken waa a 140 yean worked by Waahiaftoaa pair of fllppere eafl a etinfl fnnt aba too of quite old and many of the stones were but the only notable name waa that of Wm eeecnd governor of the Plymouth monument was an a miniature BnakerHffl monument The view froa this hillside cemetery I almost wrote seminary I am continually saying Whea ton cemetery and Mount Auburn eemia To the front ii tke SJu A wWtodialky reef ttretehias out into the It is probultt ttat thia reef was not formed two hna Sn tangieS had not chosen a landing Tke reef ded with Farther left is which 1 tkeaoeaned for ii Und to the aay ba Nearly every one hat a cony of the music or a libretto of the oratorio and followa the performance Yesterday morning I spent three hours at the Museum of Fine I should like to paat day than la the afternoon Charley Beardaley called for Delia and aad took na oat to Cambridge aad did the honors of We wen very much inter of la seeing the old uni I should think would be perfectly an ele that the after fife will offer opportuni ties for that mu all that pertains to the will then have a place that then will he the victory of attainment and the glory of achievement Without this he could not conceivelof or I have been able to mere ragged outline apart entirely from the personality of the He did not make one statement that he did not fortify with He speaks entirely with out very slowly and dis Hit manner is impressive sometimes he is His face ia 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