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Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1877, Atchison, Kansas THE A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRICE, TWO CENTS. ATCfflSON.KS., DECEMBER 26, 1677. VOL. 1- NO- 6. Henry Ward Beeeher on Hell, We once had the pleasure of hearing Bob Ingersol! lecture on -Ghosts." We were carried ;uvay by his eloquence and almost persuaded to believe in his arguments, which appeared to us sound and logical. It is needless to say that he utterly scouted the idea of the di- vinity of the Bible. In fact, he char- acterised it. from beginning to end. as a book of fables, written by wiley and unscrupulous We left the lee- lure hall in a son of maze. Such ideas we had UPVT before heard ad- vanced. We had never read Tom j'nine's "Age of .Heat-on'' or any other inridcl work, and were therefore not thoroughly posted in iuiidel logic. The lecture, we must confess, made a deep impression upon us. But a few weeks after we had the good fortune to hear Bishop Foster. With convincing argu- A few years ago this would have been pronounced rank heresy. Twenty years ago UniversalHin was looked up- on almost as suspiciously as infidelity. A tew years ago Prof. Swing had a church trial for boldly declaring in or of universal infant salvation. And now comes Mr. Beeeher and declares against hell, although he does not believe in universal salvation. At this rate, how long will it be before Christianity passes away and infidelity rakes it-, place? We are what to believe. In- gersod says there is no hell nor heaven, Bishop Foster says there Is a hell and heaven, ahd now comes the tno-t elo- quent and eminent divine in the land and says there is no hell. But he does not believe that all men will be saved. Xow what does he propose to do with the that he objects to defiling the rmrily of heaven'? What does he BY LIGHTNING! A Railroad Runs Over a Bridge. mem he proved the Bible to be the in- spired word of God. lie scattered to the i-opose to Bogot 10 Selvi. It is now known that tiie i'onmuniaiis will not cross the Three Men Die in Minnessota from i Sun-Stroke. No Bank Failure in Chicago. Weather. Coukling Stigmatizes Gordon as Another. Balkans, but will do garrison duty and i co-operate wiiJi the Servians again.-f Widdin. Answers to Correspondents. A U. B. Frigate Wrecked Within 30 Yards of a Life-Saving Station, till gone to heaven, my Miscellaneous Items. me thirty-five years of hard work." A directory of the-pliteof Brooklyn" been published. It contains 17.000 names, whereas the regular directory contains 118.000 name-. Pretty nearly (.very seven, therefore, is an one to Commodore Vanderbilt. has material- ized and gives this ail vice through the Graphic: "Spend your money as you Other Mighty Interesting Miscel- lany. -nch a sleeping of mud into heaven .1.1 along, all of you. Borrow as much 'letilc its purity, and i ennuot accept Unit. you fell me ihht they 1m e gone to hell, rlien J swear by tiie i o'-il (Jiri.it, whom I h.ive iip forever, lh.it you will m.ike :.s you can and .-pond that. Don't lay up a you want everybody They don't mind. They're sate; thcj're happy. What would Ihe mother think of the Hi-year daughter who, when her infant was lying (lead'in the hon-o. should come dancing and -inging into the parlor-ami exclaim, :0h, J'm.-o happy, mother; I don't care for the dead baby in Would she not be -hocked? And so this doctrine. And, by the blood of Christ, J denounce it: In Ihe wounds in his hands and his I'eet. I abhor it: by his jrroarib. und agony, I abhor and de- nounce it as the most hi'deous ijightmaw of theology." to know all about the iuflaination of your speculum and the abnormal con- traction oi'yoii'- '-.'ritonilis.'' An editor fiu'in u into the composing rooih ro expostulate n printer who do you take liberties with my -1 wanted it to read smoother." -If you know so confounded much about En- orn to .111 inlidel'.fine, 'l he doctrine that Nod ha- bcen for of year- peopling IhU earth wills human bcinjM, durini; a period ilirce-lbnrih.- of w hii-h was nol Uhiminated by an altar or a church, and in places where a vaM population of those people are yet with- his out thai liji'lit, is 10 traiiolovm the. AJvma.hl's into a mon-ter more liidcnu.- (nan Satan him- self, and 1 by all thai i.- sacred that I will Satan, though he should 11 dre-sed in royal robe- and seated on the throne
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