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   Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1877, Atchison, Kansas                                GLOBE. A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid PRICE, WO CENTS. ATCBISON, KS, DECEMBER 27, 1877. VOL i- NO. 7. "My Grandfather's -AT- CHAS. TERRY'S. KOSS MUSIC SXOTMC. AN INFIDEL. He Admires the "Globe's" Dad gone forth that the .-inner conhl not be in his unbelief, therefore it ab-uril to intercede for him.' Was the prayer of Chri--t. made while lie was on the "Father t'orgivt-' them, they know nut what they t irianted'r We have no evidence that i! ELECTRICITY FOURTH EDITION. 1 could fill whole column- of your Con-1 paper with similar biblical severely denounced for publishing what 1 have v. jou dare to publish it at all. Religioi. I< a subject thaf can- of the North Pole in Sloan's Lake. Religion. To the Kilitor of the I wa.- much impre.-sed open candor of a certain editorial in not be your issue of Saturday, wherein you can openly handle iliose halt-way Chri-'iaiis with- politics, but yon out gloves, as it were. I am of your i being socially osti-. mind exactly m this: that we -hoidd i your contempt lo either accept all the Bible as the in-' nundn-d- of men i We 'just a- i do. butil'. t utiment-! to Grant Declared Dictator of France. both -ides. You ur contempt for tot. at the ri.sk of openly avow -.n. There are townthatthiuk their orld. They will Dexril is -pired word ot God, orrejectit :J! should take it just as it K with all inconsistencies, or reject it. If you this letter -.IK' it, but they Uod'.s word for it that there if- a lieavi-n. nruld not dare their names to it. you should lie consistent-enough to tak- --ouUl hint th-ir business. It is only tV rich man that can allbrd to hi- mind abc it religion. I U it the world is becoming more iib- every day. Time will come when i will be free to -peak and write his ..in on all -ubject- that in- terest him. The a'i'oat metropolitan idav paper- are helping along thi- ii'l ere as by boldly d. ruling religion. 1 the (ILOIVK will follow their example and help to hasten the good time w hich lias been Osman Pasha Positively Declares that His Disease is not Jim-Jains. llis word for it that there is a hell And herein 1 believe 1 am consi-te if. for 1 do not believe in heaven or In I will not go so far as to say that the." is no fiod, for 1 do not know whelln there is or not. There may be a ,-sii preme "Ruler-of the poor mind cannot conceive of sue.; mighty dignitary. Am I to blame to- this skepticism? 1 think not. My convinces me thai, with the ex- ception of the present Deify, which lias been set up by man and worshiped by him. there no God. But grafted that t here is a God. 1 contend tlut? can- not take that incongruous mass of per.-titiou- legends, the Bible, a law. I hold that it is no of divine inspiration than is the Aw' or tlieMorinon bible. To my mind the Bible Is -n -urdities. Perhaps it is became I through a glass darkly." 1 could a ch i. ge oi iiu1 I could reconcile all the apparent cr tiadietioiis ol'fhat book. But with: long on the way. But ol course its ed- arc too orthodox to listen to Mich a proposition, much less accept it. Be- sides. jjay.' Tn eon-Union I would -ay that 1 know othing about science. I reason from a I common-wise standpoint. Ke-pectfully, he Mmphy movement is -till pTO- i-e-sin" finely at Hannibal. Mo., and ii< to liiis iji..c af-wut have signed pledge and donned the blue ribbon. light that i.s me. 1 cannot view hundred ofthe.se .-Jorers are col- as charitably as the ChriMian. The Bible says that God is a justUod. Xow. let us We are told that Chri-t came into the world to stnferand to die foroursin-. lr was par! of the di- mg into the fold. (Jonway. a Mur- phy conveit and an elofment speaker, has I lie, movement in charge, and i.sably -e led in las by the pastor.- uf vine law thai he should die on the cro-s. j city chinches. Societies of the Na- il wa-essential ibat he Mioukl be put tional ClirKstian Temperance Union have been instituted, and it is. proposed lo keep up the organization. Dr. Coinvay goes from here to Louisiana. Mo., and will open the Murphy crusade at that place next .Monday. A party of negroes went tothehon.se of a negro named living near Kiddville. Ky., on Christmas, and at- tempted to obtain admittance. Upon his refusal to admit the mob. they an- nounced their broke down hi- death, so the Jews crucified him. But was a just God grateful to them for carrying out his plan? Not lie. For he .-ct his cur.-e upon them and made them wanderers in (he land, although they had hitherto been his mo-t loyal subjects, even killing Chris) for _ But we are I old (hat -Cod's way- are not our way--." Let us be grateful for flits. If it is God's way to persecute a people whose only fault Joyaltv to their Goti and king, then we should UIUKU n ms. u  ago. lie i.s n (lea- was interceding for the sinner. what wai the use of interceding for the __i{ bv th> P .sinner, when the .sinner would not be- j friend- Umt'Thcre i- no Iicve m ChnstV The inexorable law j tention of any Cabinet i why did he pray? He pretended to be the Savior of the world. ne needed no help from God, for God had given j him the power to temptation, lie had never .sinned, therefore lie was not compelled to ask pardon. Wny did he pray? Not for the sinner, for lie had' come to save the -inner, and no .-inner could be .-aved in his ,-ins. Unless the sinner believed in him he could not be' saved. Ah, but. say- the Christian, he i Grasshoppers Hatching in Ne- braska, as Usual. Constantinople, after a Desperate Struggle, Surrenders to the Turks. Terrible Hogs in Chi- cago. Another Land-Grab by the Mis- souri River. An Egyptian Mummy Winks at a Man. Other Mighty Interesting Miscel- lany. Etc., Etc., Etc. Richard Smith, of the Cin- cinnati Gazette, -seems, to be figuring himself out a very much abused indi- vidual in that piMolh'ce transaction. new Senator from California. Mr. James T. Farley, is a Democrat, and ha- had some experience in Sui'.t: legislation, lie is described a.-> a man of moderate ability, not likely to cut an extenshe figure in the Senate. 31, M. J-Jidgcway. clde-t -i-tcr ofTom Gaddi-. of the Crawford Iloiise. Cincinnati, wa- -everely burned at Kipley, on Christmas, morning. She was personating Santa Clan.-, in the rooms of Miss Belle Jlncfho, and while fastening .some little article to a Christ- mas tree her (o.stnme. which very inflammable one. took lire, burning her about the face and brea-t. report-) of the correspondents of the Department of Agriculture, re- ceived and now in course of prcpara- lion for immediate publication, show t he enormous aggregate yield of 3CO.- 000.000 bushels of wheat for 1877. which is bu.-hels more than over before produced. The same oflicial au- thority .-hows that the corn product was bushel-, with corres- pondingly large yields of oats and po- tatoes. The report .shows that there never was greater abundance in the land. Out of the wheat product it is estimated, deducting for home con- sumption in food and seed, that up- of 110.000.000 bii-liels of can be .-pared for export. What Was He lie rushed into the dining-room at a good -winging gate. Hopped down into a chair at one of the table.-, yanked a local papei out wl hi< pocket. in re- ply to the waiter slid me anything, and be 4'uii k about Then he buried himself in the news- paper. That is to say. he read greed- ily and. judging from the exultant -miles wreathing hi- fair, cla-.-ieal coun- tenance, with the mo-t inten-u appre- ciation. Ever and ainion, a-   he. do yot1 ask? Why. he was, a local editor, and the paper tiiaf received -.ncli favor in his eyes wa.- hi- own, while the other was an opposition concern. IN SPA PERI anil turkie- dres.-ed daily ,U Joux [f you dream that you are u dead hog about to be sold !o the soap factory for grease, it i.s a sign that a dark man iu an ulster overcoat wilJ .shortly call on you and want to buy you out. The "Model Piano" .sold by Terry for yi85 should be examined by eveiy muaician in the county. In tone and lini.-h its is equal to a thoti-and dollar Chickering. If you tie-ire to insure, call on L. A. Aldcr.son, 510 Commercial street, lie represents -ix -'olid companies, which have an aggregate capital of All Jo-sea .satisfactorily adjusted, A. Wclte, the popular .-love man, carries the largest line of goods in the city, which he -ell.- at -'mare, honest price.-, it will pay you to limit hirn up. NEW SPA PFufiR   

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