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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 8, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts MONDAY JULY FOTTB T H E G L O B E Arthur Cheney Hoyd SUCCESS OP AND and their HUMPTY DUMPTY F HEIGHTSl TOWERS Alt THE MAMMOTH IN THKIK Brilliant and Original Coolest Theatre in Steam Fan NiRhtly In improves with EVERY AND and Saturday WO ADVANCE IN jy86t BOSTON AND ThiB commodious and wellappointed boauti ttfully situated on Falmouth will be open for the reception of guests JULY It has a fine view of Vineyard Oak and the at Marthas It is In the immediate vicinity of pleasant andhas unsurpassed facilities for Boating and Belne bnt a minutes walk from the steamboat landlna and the It will he in daily communication with Marthas Vineyard and Now Bedford by The new extension of the Old Colony Railroad to Fal mlmth to be completed the tenth of enable guests to reach this delightful seaside re sort without the sea sickness incident to a trip by GEORGE Owner and P INE POINT HOTEL AND i HOWAllD Steamer MusBusott leaves LewisWharf at and Sundays at Come down and try pABKEB On the European SCHOOL HARVEY MILLS MONDAY JULY SIXTH AND LAST WEEK OF TIKIS V OKIES I THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT XTICTOIIIA New This Hotel Is situated in tlio immediate vicinity of the Custom Post and business portion of tho uud is firstclass in all its It 1ms one Tufts latest improved Steam Elevators the LAST MATINEE OF THE SATURDAY July of Announcements Doors open at and Begins at 2 and tfiy8 HOWARD RICH LAST WEEK OF THE EVERY EVENING and WEDNESDAY and SATUH DAY The celebrated ABBOTT PANTOMIME In the worldfamed The Three Positive reappearance after her accident of the boauti Ml and fearless Lady In her unparalleled Is literally thrown 2a feet into the air as though Shot from tho Mouth of a aud is caught Willie suspended by the feet from a trapeze in A Saf etv Net will be used during this to preventall possibility of The wonderful phenomenal onlv house in tlie Dominion The parlori and bedrooms and well ventila n John is easily reached from in twenty hours by rail or in thirty hours by The climate Is cool ami invigorating the scenery in the neighborhood is very and In the immediate vl are pleasant good Late of tlie Revere House WSMSitt Who swallows a Sword centimetres The wonderful the man with the Talking Hand funniest Ventriloouist I jy4tf 4 4 GRAND BOSTON ATHENE BEACON The FORTYNINTH EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS and STA TV All t is now In connection with it the MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS and TSLAND LOWELL This delightful watering place is one of the most in teresting summer resorts in New The island contains about 26 and is situated in Massachu setts 1 mile from Marblehead and 18 miles from The climate is precisely that of the Isles of The house contains WO tho parlors and halls the sleeping apartments has recently changed and is season exclusively as a quiet family The prices will be very moderate in comparison to other seashore resorts that possess anything like equal com forts and The house Is reached in about 10 minutes from Mar by small which connects ten times daily each way with trains to and from Boston also making frequent connections with northern and east elMouthly tickets from Boston package tickets ut the rate of 4U cents Address SUTTON Box the coming Pleasantly and in the im vicinity of the different points of interest among the The subscriber will spare no pains to make it a quiet and pleasant HOME for all who may favor him with their Good reams constantly on For particulars as to please address A RSHALL YORK Marshall Tho location is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with tho famous YORK SAKDS but a short distance from the Coacbes will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or on ar rival ot Noon train from Address MARSHALL JelOtjylAMWFlm M Majolica Oriental Carved Furni aud Japanese and Chinese Porce 9 A to I Admission 25 AN KNOW THYSELF JOURDAINS GALLERY OF Washington opposite A thousand startling and thrilling models of tho human in Health und Open from 9 to 10 Admission SO 11 TJEADQUA RT BBS Grant Central Campaign Club OF 0 Hamilton opposite Park Each local Grant and Wilson as soon as is requested to send u List of its Officers to these Head that there maybe mutual cooperation in the conduct of the OSCAR MOUNTAIN Twelve miles from Accessible by the best mountain road in tne and in to Now York than any other hotel on the Elevation above tho Hudson River 8000 extending over square unsurpassed for beauty by any in the Celebrated for its In vigorating Temperature at all times 15 to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph in the Open from June 1 to October Stages and Carriages will be in attendance upon tho arrival of tho trains of the Hudson River Railroad aud the Boats from Albany and New JAMES Agent at Catskill for CHARLES BEACHS Mountain Je22lm CHARLES TJfOTEL RANGE 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with one large or two or inorobmull Boilers and for warming buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all thu latest Im Greenhouse Boilers and Pipes Dwelling Houses Fitted up wilb FirstClass Ranges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Stoam Boil ers and Pipes for New York Ranges lit New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part of the United States or m22tf INTERNATIONAL JAMES This large and elegant establishment is situated on FRANKLIN containing eveiy modern domes tic convenience and including the largest and most perfect steam elevator in the Every de partment of the house Is In charge of experienced per and the whole Is under the careful personal supervision of the If our patrons will kindly send us word of their in tended either by telegram or by wo shall be better prepared for their CROCKER TTAMILY AND DAY SCHOOL FOR J1 for many years Lady Principal of the Glcnwood will open her school on tlio at 76 Chester Apply for circulars at South Woymouth until September after that at Chester Hayes Is permitted to refer to President of Vassar College Perry of Williams Howells of of Tildon Seminary Chelsea Parsons and others of MThl4tjy8 TFAMILY SCHOOL FOR THE SPECIAL ADVANTAGES Its healthy and beautiful The most Elegant and Convenient School Building in New Teachers of Superior The equal atten tion which the least advanced pupil receives with the most The opportunity afforded to thoso de siring it for a complete education ill all branches of The MUST of facilities in Music and Pupils received at any Address tho MISS H ATLANTIC EXPRESS Chartered by Special Act of Office in Boston 11 State OFFICES AND AGENCIES IN PARTS OF In addition to Spe Bonds und other vuluubles forwarded to and from all parts of at fixed tariff tho NORTH ATLANTIC EXPRESS is now prepared to f orwurd and deliver SMALL PREPAID PARCELS To und from Boston und all towns having railway com munication witti the seaboard In North Mild South Holland und at thu following covering all transportation and delivery charges whatsoever Parcels up to 1 Ib 3 Indies ami not over SHI In 85 Panels up to 2 Ibs 4 inches and not over Slf in SI Purcelg ujiollbB i inclicE uud not over in SI uji to i Ibs G inches aud not over iu SI t5 IfjrParcels of this class for Great 1 uud taken ut 3 uud 4 Ibs ut 41 cents eucu less than the ubove Parcels of pume weights and values forwarded and delivered in Sweden and RUBSIU ut einillur low rutes us per published containing full tariffs of rates for all classes of freight aud sent free on Collections uud couimiBEiouti executed iu ull parti of S T U B qpREMONT HOUSE The proprietors of tho Tromont House direct public attention to the Cflfe connected with Entrance on both Trernont and Beacon It is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and its cuisine is acknowled ed to be the best in the Its patrons are served from an early hour in the morning until CHAPIN roar 15U CLOUD BROADAVAY ANT 42d ISTETW A firstclass three blocks west of GRAND CENTRAL same conductcd on EU ROPEAN and containing all modern improve RAND jy23m 1872 1872 ROUTES VIA Fitchburg and Cheshire NOW BEADY FOR SUMMER To the Famous Adirondack Lake Niagara White PULLMAN PALACE CARS BETWEEN BOSTON AND RUN ON THIS LINE Chairs secured at this Call or send for Circulars before purchasing tickets as our routes are very desirable and at low Line 82 WasMugtoi General FIRST of New Services Reports of tho Sermons of Various City SECOND Letters from Our Own Correspondents in Bel glum and THIRD Intelligence European Cath olic Orders and Congregations Baron Rothschild and Tillers London BeggtngrLotter Impos tors ExImperial Correspondence Tho Mar ringo of the Emperor of China Torpedoes and FOURTH in on Cur rent Notes Commenting on Late and FIFTH Telegraph Latest News from Various Quarters ofrthe of Out Moor SIXTH England Events in New Massachu Rhode Island and Connecticut The Bridge port SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Intelligence Matters in Bos ton and A cottage with windows all twittering in the And laughing here and Mid sunsetcrlmsonoB A where tho f Mowed The murmurous flags along the waters edgo A solitary heron cleft the Upstarting from the A ship with level upon the sea Bright with the lazy far Eose toppling ciags of piledheap on And black with coming An fiery with the morning sun A purple windwaved with below Far a yellow loneliness Where white sails corne and A mountain dim with melancholy Shores undefined and wrapped in mournful Vvhilo the smooth silence of a sluggish stream Lapsed lazily Chicago K A M S A Y S Commercial Billiard 8 LINDALL Next door to tho rear entrance Post Lunch from 11 to 2 Established in Furnished with Five Phehvn Collenders Standard Manufac tured by Came One private bil liard Room for furnished with Photon Col lenders Sample Bevelled Importer of Basss India Pule and Youngors Scotch iu 11 D I S H South The extensive addition to this fine Hotel being now will bo ready for company July Mu sic Billiard Howling PIeiisant Fishing uiid Bathing Terms attention Is called to our us we claim for them superior TVTAHANT AND MAOLIS ii The steamer teaves foot of Indlu for Nuhant at and f returning ut S unu and Fare 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Nahaut and including admssion to the Maolts aud conveyance to aud from the at SUNDAYSLcave Boston at and 5 Leave Nahaut ut 12 und Fare 50 Maolls Gardens and Special arrungment can be mude by excursion for which and other apply to the on or at the EXCURSIONS STEAMER For Downer Lauding and flelds TIME Litchllelds Broad at and M Leaves stopping at and and Single tickets 16 2 for 25 50 for Litchlields Grove has been newly fitted up for Picnic unrt IB to Weather SUNDAY Leave Lltchflelds Wharf for Niuitaskct Long Beach and Downer at 10 und Leave Nuntnsket Long stopping ut Downer Lauding 12 and Fare to Nantaskot Long Bench and 50 Fare to Downer Landing Including admission to Mel ville Garden and jyltf ATLANTIC WELLS Tills populnr house will bo opened Juno Newly f urntshed uud lighted with gas located clone to waters with superior llsmin and gunning facilities bostonthecoast bowl Flue QUAnuiLLV BAWD In A new aud fleet 20tou Yacht for Eatons couches leave Wells Depot on arrival of uud 3 Iruiusfrom Extra conveyance on arrival of nil trains from Bonton and Also Great Falls Great leaMWFflit TJOCKINGHAM II The OSLY FIHSTOLASS HOTUL In the New and elegantly iu richness of ap and the point from which to visit the lullsot and the Beucliea of Hamp York und Direct nitlrcml communi cation with the White via North O O O I This House having recently been put In tho bust of and newlv Is now for PERMA AND TRANSIENT Parrina looking for Board ut the Seaside for the will find this quiet nud firstcluss place of msort in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with the and men In GOOD WINE NEEDS NO NO NO Even thoRe who advocate prohibition will lulinH thut it It better to drink pure Until Impure pure juices of the grown in tbe renowned vineyiirilB ct tbe without udultenitiuu ojmixture with me ut Only Uie fermenting process of nature has formed tbe nuvor und the llorouirrof the wines we offer to our For tor debllltuted by men tul for the hard working man of Iurt WimB from the Khiue und the Mobelle aio both a touie und mild ENGLEHA11DT JOYS 81 Washington ft VHE PA TEN T KEIN FOKC ED bllIRT l4iii s making Slitrts or repairing olil ones cini use thtse iKsume Uj Iliey wear et i liiT thrin orrjipirv JS4tf KRANK STEAMER FOE HULL AKU SAKTASKET LONU SEA FOAM TIME Leaves Lltchfieltls 234 Broad and Leaves Nantimkot Long Beach and Sea Foam slopping nt 11 Mire 15 cents two tickets 25 centti tickets There is a Dance Platform at the fitted nn for Picnic Sea Foam House is open tor SUNDAY Leo vesLItehllelds Wharf for Niuitaskel Long stopping at at and UO Leaves NimtJiiilcet Long stopping at at 12 and 50 cents for the round LYNN AND BOSTON TRANSPORT ATION FOR NAHANT AND New On and af Juno the steam er will leave India wharf and Leave Lynn ut and 25 cents round udniitiaiou to the gardens and con veyance to uurt from the boat ut Leave India Wharf at 10 and Leave Lvnu ut uud Leave Nahant 15 minutes arrival of the Bout from 50 cents round trip and SI In a few dinH the new steamer will Vie nut on the with the will run six trilis per Picnic Sunday schools or Associations desiring to avail themselves of tbe iinparnllelod advantages of the Maolia combined with the most complete and enjoyable cxcur sioninMaEsiKbiiBetlB address lor terms uud FEARING Indlu Their Boston frleudii und the jiulilic will Iw gratified to know thut George Doauc i Brother of tinUndiill Street Dining eon duct the Maolls Restaurant this JcI5 AND PASSUMP RIVERS ruitiBCT RorrrrE rro White Mount Lake Montreal and B B L L E V U E HOTE 17 19 Beacon 1IRSTCLASS PRIVATE A 1NU Rye Ie The finest Fumily Hotel und best location in tho Contains all modem including Passen ger Kuropeun Excellent ucccnumoilu for transient BOARD Rooms very und thoroughly House Accommodates AddrcuB jeUfhn Ryu TcTA N Conveniently locutcil for business or CcintiiiiiH aiuirtinents with uuo VSATitn IAfiStNOEU KICK Ar riiur iyiLL OPEN JUKE OCEAN liye but wo can assure our readers tlmt they will ind it as entertaining as it Is The vol nno should be on the parlor table of every house In Now York The American Law for July has been pub lished by Brown It contains ar Iclcs on Slander and Responsibility tor the Condition of Demised and Tho Wlmrton Following these comes tho decision tho New York Court of Appeals on tho Rights of Au The Digest of tho English Law Selected Digest of State Book Notices and Summary of Events aa a largo portion ot To the general the most interesting portion of the number is that devoted to the Whurton Have wo a BrinvllHors among UB The writer thinks the verdict of tho jury would have hoen more accu rately expressed in Ihe known to tho Scutch criminal rather than in tho English not Ho proceeds to say that the re sult of the if tho prisoner wore really must havo far from satisfactory to H counsel had not established her inno Indeed they made no very strenuous effort to do They were content to emancipate their cli ent from the clutches of tho Suspicion was not None of tho facts which induced suspicion were encountered and Tlio writer adds that Wharton was prob ably acquitted because tlie testimony of tho chenilcal and medical especially the for nierj called by tho was so unsatisf It was not and It ought not to have been that Aikin and Torry had satialleu their own minds by producing a very high degree of Their failure was a warning to exports iu all future time to rest content with no amount of investigation which leaves any known tost un Had they gone on with their analysis and ac tually produced tho antimony from the contents of the liver and kidneys ot General Wharton might at this time bo under sentence of We do not think tho writer of this paper explains one thing which has always punzled us in criminal The theory of Whurtons Kuilt proceeds on the ground that she poisoned General Kotchuin in order to get possession of notes sho owed him to the amount of Her intended journey to Europe was frustrated by tho ditlleulty of obtaining a letter of Yet the moment she IH accused of being a there appears to be no trouble in obtaining Eminent counsel could not be employed in court for fifty days without charging four or five timed the amount of money Tor which she is uupposrd to havo poisoned General Where did the money come from arlf y wishes to let it listen to the Instruinente and take note how they do From the first mysterious and undecided movement that has been their object through all tho Involutions of the they surrender all their special characteristics which have been slowly forming for more than a thousand years and conspire together for the production of the grand composition of the Chorus and orches tra compose a caucus which decides that politics are out of tune and have not learned the concert pitch they aro rejected as Music substitutes ono word for all diplomatic plirascn and aristocratic and that word Is coHpe Its syllables stretch further than tho Atlan tic and will never have to bo dredged for to repair It can be pronounced in many like a iu whatsoever it is an instan taneous It suggests how treaties may bo modified before any parties moot to frame them before there is any quarrel to bo The whole of polities is anticipated by the organization oC in dustry and thoughts on tho ground that they aro indispensable to each Music rules man by tho deference of all tho Instruments all the gifts adjust a compromise in order to establish and that must ho the keynote to tho future international politics of tho civilized Excursion round trip to the above by various routes for sule ut reduced rates ul the General VI Washington Clark ABeUt SUMMER und Lowell 8 K M BuMmi und 5 7 SO River leave ArrlveWiHB Littleton 11 Profile I Ik thl Twin Mountain Hoiihe 7 White Mountain iulace Slnfinp Iuriori No IhuiiKC of curs between ItoBtoii Lowotl and 1af senders Mountains telivini Boston by tbe ut White River Junction aud j truin iitst morning ut T KING O U M IONV WAHH1N only I lrieiid NEW Holmau have published a second and revised edition of a Topographical and Historical Description of by Nathaniel Shurtlcit is really a student of old and He has spent the leisure of years in itivesti gatlnc its leading fnmouH from the time when AVilllam Blaxtou selected tho Penin sula for the place of his to tho period when tho author retired from tho mayoralltyof tho we suppose that Shurtlnft htiB a clear picture in hla mind of every change which has gradually trans formed a farm into a It was said of Sir Henry Walton proficiency in foreign languages was so exceptionally tbat ho seemed not only to have lived everywhere but to have been born in looking through tlio pres ent one gets it Into his head that Slmrtloil must have been born with the birth of and to have been born again every fifty or sixty Ho knows each generation of Bostonions as though he had lived among From tho spare Puritan period to the period of the rosy gentlemen of he has watched every of manners and mode of living aiul There Is iiota prominent towns man of the from Cotton Mather to Thomas Handsldo who Is not one of his familiar and to whom he could not Introduce the Ho knows when and why every old marsh or creek was converted into building and every laid out or There is no use of frying to conceal any family secret from for he heard the talk of tho or as a directly cognizant of In the doctor strikes UB as Boston embodied and represented iu an indi and we did not know how criminally ignorant wo were of our place of residence until wo read his And it must be said tlmt tho book IB tho most read able of all town or city histories that wo have ever We use the word be to tho general it is commonly a hard task to fight ones way volumes of a similar Shurtlell has none of the dryncss of the ordinary He disturbs old cIocuinoutH without blinding our eyes with their Indeed there is a prevailing a juiciness in hiH style which allays all such disagreeable as we have he speaks of the old not a man who hue read about but aB one who lias lived in To BoBtonlans the book cannot fall to be of special attractiveness but we also think that who are no unfortunate as never to havo seen the would bo pleased with In though we dislike all exaggeration of we can even conceive of a New Yorker as reading it with now that the Jubilee in and he is no longer Insulted nt the impertinence of Boston in per forming a ijiyantcsquc feat which his own great city hod attempted in It la dlillcult to convey an idea of the wealth of matter which Shurtloff has put into hla flf tynlx We havo boin particularly interested by hiB quotations from Ancient French and English writers who described the old Uoslon from varying points of But the chapters on harbor arid Its the Province the Green Dragon tho tlio Public are laden with curious A large map of the city and and an exhaustive not bo omitted In speaking of the merits of the comely which introduces Boston to and to the worhl Among the early descriptions of the we have been much taken by that of a French Protestant who eame here In two years after the Kevocutlon of the Kdlet of it were scarce at that he bring with you hired Help In any Vocation whatever there is absolute Need of them to till the Icn alsn men Aeyroit anil Atyrimcti there Is not a in small may be its that has not one or There are those who have live or and all make a good You employ Savages to work your In Consideration of ono Shilling and a half tt Day and which IB eigh teen pence it being always understood that you must provide them with Beasts and Utensils for It IB better to have hired Men to till your Ne LretE cost from twenty to forty Pistoles the Pistole wnB then worth about ten according as they aic skilful and robust there is no danger they leave nor hired for tho Moment one is missing from the you havo only to notify tbe who provided you promise them and describe the Man to he is soon Does not this appear like a caricature of the Fugitive Slave You in after you hod ventured forty or fifty dollars in purchasing o fellow and lie had concluded to run always Jltid Savages to bring him proviiled you paid or promised them something in 1SM and IKBl tlii same thine was Tho Piench refugee does not seem to Imve been favorably impressed with the morals of Boston at thai The be who Inhabit these countries as good and bad but one sees more of the 1 jitter than of the to state tlie Case to you hi ft few they are here of nil and consequently of every Kind of Ufo and Manners not that disputing ami quarreling uro common with they do not lead There are those who practise no Formality of Mor riiige joining and so live in Conim ui otlurs who uro tUty years ui and site SUNDAY PAEK STREET In the brief conversational remarks with according to his Murray prefaced his sermon ho spoke earnestly of the convic tion outside of there was nothing of any gathering strength ctuno homo to him with added force as ho gained in years and and also noticed with regret tho nb eenco of many saying cheerfully that only bodies wore minds and hearts wore not Then lie passed on to tho subject of his which was suggested by a letter which ho had received from a youthful member of the nuking how he could remember a being whom ho never hoard or Par Crom de nying tho existence this Murray ad mitted that it existed more truly in reference to Jesus than to any other man who had over sincei while there wore portraits and statues ot the of Pericles and other rulers and sages of an Jewish blighted tho restraining divine had left UB no portrait of tho nor hod any ot tho women who followed In his or of the Pharisees and doctors of the law who stood envi ously about him described him in their correspond ence not one of the twentyfour hands of his disciples could in alto a picture of nor wore their eyos capable of carrying tlio proportions of that siicrcil Not until tho third paid did Christian art begin to interest itself about the portrait of and numerous ai were tho Spanish and Italian portraits of 110110 were sat cither to our conceptions of tho Man of or oven in personal Neither was any due furnished by tho and tho de scription contained In tho wellknown letter of Pub HUB Lcntulus was long ago pronounced a Of this last portrait of the physical appearance of Murray said that his soul had always re volted from or from any his Christ being his and not that of tho He then went on to speak of that which constitutes a asking whether it was personal appear or longHying which uses tho body as its and to sketch lightly the ideal portrait of the character of which he show all tho gentle purity aud truth of his making him all that 11 man and as a crowning with the roseate Hush of He then dwelt on tho perseverance of divine lovo as contrasted with the changeable nature of all hu man saying that no matter what mans no matter what ho had been or Gods love always kept a door open for his voice always whom wo llvo and our Lord and is said an official nil dignity and power and but our IClder Slightly referring to the elevated influence which this idea would havo upon human character and tho preacher awortod that ho believed that at last all would be guided into heaven by the merits of who made a HuUldonl atoning sacrifice for our Such being tho ho thought it should not be fluid Unit his man left no Tlio usual Invitation to all fitruugors present to join In tho communion ncrvicu in the nller closed the IARKEK FU ATEKN1T John Weiss spoke at Fraternity Hall yesterday morning before the Twentyeighth Congregational upon the subject of Music the Solidarity of and said it has been pleasant during tho past few weeks to listen to tho musical chords which seem to have boon bnllt upon the solidarity of man The word solidarity in none tho worse for being hccauBC it signifies tho religion which cooperates with nil classes to elevate all thii Human righls arc connected the great waters of the globe pcniiiHUlan niny hut all the waves run with their Exclusive Intercuts may build their vainly laboring to prevent a Tlio remit would be a wave to topple and threaten like Cods lmii1 against the iHttereil and ilmivul Tliere is but one theology that can abolish all frontiers and connect heat tlio of the human It is hnrd upon lie interests of labor an capital anil civilization because It must draw sueh a proportion of blood from tin common It takes myriads of veins beating in tender unifon to nourish its It can threat but It would prefer to invite all classes into tho beneficent policy of cooperating In every Industrial and mechanical and in all the mutual defer ence provided for PislntercstedneuJ disarms labor will discord and be ashamc of the tyranny of coercing fellowworkmen ua noon ns it recognized the baud of cooperation clnecrcly BJ lleltlng its giaep as soon us the summons is hoard Come and help un do thin thing and be fairly repaid initcud of the old feudal threat Da this thing for us at our or else Music In thu art which represents the solidarity of It would be well for Massachusetts ami Boston to understand that they have been the first ty glveahiut of the ilivlue liuumnlly of music by Invit ing the instruments of every hind to u mighty concert of The Bound fluttered tho leaves of our geographies and rectified our information about iso lated America has been lirct among all the nations in her reverence fur work continual state of the Creator who workelli hither to it IB the thorough lions whose principles hiirmo all the hopes of Music speuks ami claims nil not because she addresses the Intelli gence or communicates the thoughts whkIi belong ui science auci literal because she deeper thirn tliut and turns up to the vitalizing tulHoll of human emotion which lies Ilie sur ol nil and can be found iu every Is observed to be everywhere ut iiientieii i Music bus a HnYrent style in coun try theologies which do luit silanite but CLARENDON STBEET Gordon preached in tho forenoon from 2 18 Wo all with open beholding aa in a glass the glory of tho are changed into the same from glory to even as by the spirit of the Paul teaches by this tho contrast be tween tne veiled Moses and the unveiled with a face bright with heavenly as well aa between tlio readers of u partiallyhidden and a fullyre vealed Ordinary enjoyment depends upon tho power of upon tho keeping of the cur tains of sense always So in spiritual things faith depends upon the sky light of the must bo kept open if we would know how to Knowledge is tho basis of Our religion must come to us through and from The intellect of tho uneoiiscerated student is like a glims which absorbs tho that of tho Christian should bo like a concentrating all tho rays of Gods Faith is not merely discernment of but contact with Wo must have that contact which the eye does with rays ot and so the object of sight will become with in us the hope of tho value placed In the Bible upon contemplative as bringing us Into the immediate presence of tho The text also teaches the assimilating power of Litelong companions become like each other by con tinued contact so the contact with Christ makes us like Tliere is a subtle photographing of hin likeness on the Xlio imago once the lines aro gradually filled picture is changedfrom ono degree of glory to another until It comes to bo a per fect There are those who would copy Christs likeness on their hearts by slow but the best pictures of him aro tho nun thoBO made by the light of his own countenance shining 011 tlio Contemplation of Christs love fuBcs us into that condition In which wo fall to take his Whatever man loves he whether it ho above or below bettor or The process of assimilation is constantly going whether we see It or Tho finest processes of na ture cannot he but wo see tho llowor after the the grain after the springing aud wo sec the crudest and roughest Christians become in old ago transformed Into Christs though wo could ami mark the steps of tho The text also teaches In being changed Into Christs Christians aro made like each each retaining his but all bearing Christs But will not tho perfection of the future life destroy the happiness which comes of progress Does not the idea of perfection preclude the Idea of progress Tho circle Is round and cannot bomade more but an increoue in circumference if lot inconsistent with tlio retention of perfect So tho life in while It will not mako tlio Christian more will broaden overenlarging tho centre of which Is To thooo who have not believed the injunction Is Look and live to thoBO who have it Is to continue to look and be thereby changed from glory unto into the Imago of him who Is tho express Imago of the IIOLLIS STKEKT The forenoon service In the Ilollifl Street Church was conducted by the The lextof his sermon was from Genesis 33 I will go down Into the grave unto my mourn and Genesis ft IH enough my is yet Those wore the exclamations of Ja cob upon hearing tho first report of the death of his and upon learning that that report was untruo and that his son was still Tho former was a nat ural expression of tlio feelings of a loving heart sud denly bereft of ono upon whom the hearts affec tion The stricken parent was Incon solable and life had lost Its Nothing would satisfy him but the restoration of tho absent The feeling of joy was not loss and expressed with equal fervor when tlio glad tidings of Josephs uafety and prosperity reached the Jesus came to tell the story of Joseph over again In a new In tho presence of death his ufllruiulion tx tho UHHirning ones WIIB Your friend is not but is only removed to a neighboring kingdom where now duties and honors await Tho reality of tho life lieariifter and Its being open to all were most familiar of his were constantly on bin The entrance upon that life was never dwelt upon Iu those terms of dread and uncertainty which has characterized the preaching of the Christian church of all It iu his like the opening and shutting of a In It might be said that Jesuu treated death with very lit tle While iiynipatlilxing with tlie grieving he paid no attention to the ex cept as in one or two inxlunccB to recall them to in order to relieve the feelings of their Let the dead bury their WUH his remark on one oc Of the brevity of life bo and of the duty to labor while the day but the implication of HUH war that there wus the longer period to come of which this life was but one The words of Jesus were also interpreted as distinctly recognizing that law of God which inevitably brings suffering upon the offender fer and with equal certainty brings huppincBh us the reward of virtue but these words gave no basin to the idea that in the life hereafter there was no state of Christianity Is pre eminently the religion that teaches the immortality of tlie The vital continuance of the soul after death Is the postulate of ChrlstB In referring again to the incidents of the life of Joseph suggested by the the preacher Kiid it is the budy wliieh we see associate in iiiiml when wethink of our friend that indeed Wu weep over He life less form of line whom we have but it is cob wept at the of tincoat uf bis The in but u as wus the The lifeless form that his death was Irrevocably determined upon his judicial examination was a mere form that his doom was determined upon before his Knowing these he was silent when questioned by his for speech would have been in since every word returned would bave served hio enemies as a new proof of his The silence of a man may testify both for and against according to The silence of the obdurate sinner is proof that all outlets for escape are cut while tbe silence of Jesus bears decided testimony againat his When Jesus speaks he intends to explain when silent he abandons the With unbelievers there is no spiritual Intercourse possible and when the adversary a tacks holy things then is the silence of the Christian the expression of a noble confession that the truth is sufficiently strong In itself to justify even by Tho silence of Jesus makes certainly i more profound Impression than would a long for it gives a longer time for In this way have the faith ful always acted where open confession was desir they have followed tho example of their master and where bitter passions havo interfered they havo preserved a dignified even when exposed there by to heavy sorrow or led thereby directly to It causes a feeling of wonderment In our minds that Jesus should remain silent under the indignities in flicted upoTi him while be wns upon the biit he quickly perceived that In tills situation silence was the only medium by which to assert his He knew that every word that ho might speak would only servo to excite their anger to new With him it was not difficult to restrain for ho mourned more over their sin than his own But Is this fact a stain upon his reputation Would it appear more glorious to us If ho had summoned legions of angels to destroy his enemies How much Is it needed that the spirit of Christ dwell in us 1 Wo have to thank tho enemies of Jesus that they were the means of revealing the wisdom of Jesus has shown his Innocence by his dignified If Jesus had acted differently his adherents would have been per plexed about and believed him willing to pur chase deliverance from death by tho denial of divine True faith grows in no other way in tlie individual than by personal H a phy sician express a decided faith iu his own medical skill to an Incredulous patient it will havo little effect but if lie succeed in restoring to health one who has been brought low by the doubter will have Thus with a man to divine faith has been While ho does not believe in the divinity of Christ he is in tho But if ho will attempt the divinity of Christ and re main be will see the vanity of earthly and loam to long for a divine FIRST PARISH It was communion Sunday yesterday at the First Parish Church in and tho desk was occu pied by Charles Brighton of Ann His text was from 1 6 For I determined not to know anything among save Jesus Christ and him The speaker said that Paul faith fully kept his His writings ore full that one Matthew and others were only biog They stated tho facts of tho life of but made no ventured on no Pauls sharp phrases impart a flavor of their own to thlfi plain recital of words and He saw Christ hi Christ was tho motive of all that he said and If wo would succeed as the apostle to the Gentiles wo must employ his method wo must determine to know and preach nothing but JCBUB Christ and him We have all tho data that Paul Christ is better known in tho schools of Now England than in those of the first afjes of the The Gospels maybe By the confession of John they only record a small part of the life of And yet they are sufficient for all practical The pucacher then proceeded to examine this state and Bald these writings give us a clear conception of tho human personality of In genuous theologians may invent theories and endeavor to demonstrate that it was God himself in human form but their special pleading can only show that the human is that Jesus was a man no ono will venture to tho gospels leave no doubt us to the place aud ollleo of Though a wonderful lie is in no sense It is iw easy to see his place among men as to seo our He is the the we havo enough in these writings for all our moral It is true they do not provide for every conceiva ble Casuists may invent etherial puMlea which would perhaps better find a solution in the di alogues of Plato than in the sayings of Wo have no account that Jesus ever indulged in mere But tho spirit of morality which per vaded bis words aud acts will lead ua to riglit judgments and we may infer as to what course ho would have pursued even in those situations in life which he never in thu Gospels we havo enough for spiritual The Gods anil he roes of mythology cannot arouse the soul to action like the simple story of tho crucified Like Paul let us determine that ho shall be tho first to bo known and tho last to bo CURRENT iHdcar to us as Is the picture ut our or house in wlilcb be lived or the book lie gave to us but neither the house nor the nor yet the endeared is the man whom we The argument that deiilli is tho end is an affront to the reason and an of finee to the In tbe prearlicr again compared the departure of our f rinds by death to tlie tlisuppearunce of Joseph us recorded In the ehupUu from which the text Is and saUl the affirmation of religion to every one in to the departed was hiinilur thy Is not but IH alive and sendeth for HANOVKK STREET The berviecH intliib church were conducted jesuir dny by the lliti text was tukcn from Matthew SJGc And they that had laid hold of Jenus led him away to Jemtf was charged with crimes punishable with und in tlie preiience df tierce judges who assailed him Y Hh entangled The eloquent uf Jesus was his HIM confession appears to us a fearful prophecy 1 the approaching doom of hu those wbt trust in him bhall know Uiut they uo not lean upon u fragile but on the eter nal roili that time cuniiut sliuke from its firm founda Many lire burdened with a cross BJ heavy liit they Imagine Unit lluv will but let them look tlie patient sufferer who buf fered Infinitely to learn putieiicc in tlieir have often obtained out of silence und our much of Hirrou tlmt luis not InteiUeil for beeiiUse silent we bhouKt tuive ami because we have si Iu Micne ken A great The law of are but few are If a woman should go through college and take a could liho be a Bachelor of Arts Why is the lifuro nine like peacock Because its nothing without Hu As it IB the characteristic of groat wits to say much In a few so it is of small witB to talk much to eay That most excellent the American came to us this week in an enlarged as with all its matter fresh and Central New is 807 acres in and Pheenlx one of the largest city parks in the is 1752 Beecher says that the ten commandments aro very necessary nevertheless they are very low down on the moral as all negative things must A San Francifco party has sold fifty tonB of barley for which ho is to receive two cents o pound if Grant Is and nothing if he is Often do we think when wo ought to and act when it behooves us to reflect hence caution is fre quently as fatal An advertiser in one of the papers says he has a cottage to let containing eight rooms and an acre of The New York Tribune makes the astonishing dis covery that New York is not so largo a city as Smicgles says thats nothing to what wo may expect freiu the Tribune by ami A Western man who knew very little about the sen recently started from the const of Oregon for that of in a and very naturally hasnt been hraid from prominent men iu hail lately left at their doors a on which was tho following menacing Iu this bury Ill your railway bonds and your villainy with Beware A little child In Km in to her mother the oilier Oay and begged her to como out and see a big eat on the The big cat was a big A Kolnmazoo judge fined a reporter for appearing within tbe bar in his shirt The proved to tho satisfaction of the Cf urt that he had no ami the tine was Seine men are like You may stroke tho fur the right way for and hear nothing but purr ing but accidentally trend on the and all mvtu ery of former kindness it Missouri editors do not indulge in coarse They merely remark of a in the spirit uf quiet ibat his do for uwli a wholesale hogpacking estiiWifh Potatoes cried n ilurkcy pedlar iu racket you liintracte de whole ncijiilKr eiimo Horn un uncle in it You iuu hear kin Hear you 1 Ian hear Thank timi for dnt 1s t J lie It is the following actually formed tho of the counsels plell for a eilenl in au at sault iiiul tUtury cac ut Lvt tho humble Ihe of the valley UJMU the tTOU rt the I iy iimt i u 1 Jell i ti
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