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Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1877, Atchison, Kansas r THE GLOBE. A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals, "r.5 j'-jt PRICE, TWO TENTS, ATCHISON.KS., DECEMBER M. bl VOL. 1 NO. 4. FOR HELL, j5: AXTI- HELL MAJOKITT, 14, the way it i- routed up in the Ohieagvi Triiii'iii. Out oi ninety-six Conyreoational mini-ter.- in Western litty-tive do not byjieve eiidles-. conscious -uttering- await- the impenitent. a majority of four- Ken, we are tulcl the -inner need have i o fear o! tin wrath 01 God.. -uch unbound orthodoxy a-- thi.- u- out of patle ice wit; the Con- gregational clergy WI-.MXTII ,Ma.-st- A rcligioi. without a hell i.- Hiigion at all. Chri-tianiiy take- ihi Xew Te-tamon: a- tlie g-uido book to heavun. accept it af- the divine aiiC1 in-pired truth. Tliey all unite in -ayiiiif that. with the exception of a feu iitfiiriitivo if im-an- jn.-t what it wiy.-. 'j'hey all believe that Clm-f vi ac born, that he died to ,-ave ,-innei-. and Miat he aro-e on the thiid day. They have faith in all hi- uloriou- prorK-e- ot'-alvaiion. 1ml they umnot i any t'mn of worshiii. Ik- will g-o an actor, and in the company of M 'Oh pardon I will xor pardon you. through life with a happy face and a paper man. there wa-. he thought, but. our in-nlt u.i- too liyht. eheerl'ul heart, and no! one thiiiir to do. thought to "the g-ulf of dark ill-pair" that awaits him below. We may be thought rathei bigoted in our religious iew.-. but believe in ug-oing; the whole hog or none." If a part of the Bible i- the in-pired word of God. it i- all the in-pired word ofj "What'll you rake.-" We took whi-ky. So did he. We each--aid "How." and Ihen 1 -aid. "Dan. do you like whi-ky'J" hate it." "Why do yon drink.-1" "I don't, often. 1 treneraliv lake "in. God. On the other hand, if a part of it j but they both up-et me: srive me a is not Hie in-ju'red word ot God, none! fearful heartache. Hut what are'you of it H the inspired of (bid. In other word-, no hell no heaven. Our sainted father, who ha- been g-oing- to do? Mint drink -omethinir." In that way 1 have -poken to no than twenty men thi- very day. Ot the thr- unbeliever. In ,-hort. they believe ju-i so niiidi of the Divin" Law ;i- hap- pen'- to .-nit then- fancy, and reject the iiaia'iee. Now what i- thi- but a mild tone of infidelity V it i-- True they do not r_ne-tion the existence of a Supreme Hi-iiiu. hut they all but -coff a( certain of lii- Divine Law. They -ay there H no ondle-- pimi-hmcnt foi the impenitent, notwithstanding the if declaration ot Chri-t that "the nicked -hall go away into eveila-tini; Uell i.- mentioned in the preaching the revealed word for torty i twenty, lifreen -aid that drink years, i-; a- partial "0 the hell doctrine a- gave them a headache: one man owned to the other, and we are not certain that. I that "he loved the one -said that he drank becau-e he wa- "blue." and that he wa- -on a tear." and didn't care who it. If -rand- TO reason that thi-.-ort of thinu mn-t pro- he to hear that all men alike en- joyed the glories ol heaven without the terror- (if hell, he would not be seized with the .-ettled that half the joy- of hi- religion had vani-hed. therefore that the clergymen of We-tern .Ylas.-achu-ett- reconsider their vote, and pronounce hell a verity. WHISKY. ProbabhlMx out of every ten ot your Xo,
to a or riulilrcii mixe-a little .-uthin' in hi- UVUr -iliCL Till of ilrowni'il the u-e o! iK- .so-e ,i- ;u. m-- jtiiii nl lor the iiifhoi-MI- lu'i'1' Ihut it u'si- iiuiile to -nii'll doe- it a man can- not Iijul cortat- without ;ilni-uiirlii-witf, I'v c ni drink li-i'! whi-i.v wiilmnt ftit-lur-ki' Hall pcr-on _'( .to -tcup with iii-i hii-e totht'V'nll. l'o-e tlhit'-ihfc healthy ujy, im rise <.ir iius-t ailiiiit it.- wtry uii-oc.'ublft a man is too lazy to work and cow.uilly to steal, he -it- in ,4 Uia-r' beer -.slur.! tnnui- UM S'A
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