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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 15, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                Mem aito PJRICE FOUR BOSTON BOOTH Lessee and Manager JULY To close the Benson and for the BENEFIT OF Many distinguished and favorite artista will Tho seleetlone THE YOTJNG MY VOTING WIFE AND OLD tlMBKELLA DANCES C M E RIO AN HOUSE tfSSirsa HENGLEB Mr HAEEY BRYANT and JENNY Seats ready at the box begin at Doore open at ItJyl5 L O B E Mi Arthur Cheney Floyd July Every evening at and Wednes day and Saturday Matinees at LAST WEEK OF THE FIRST EDITION OK HUMPTY The Funny Tlie tlie the the SIXTYFIVE MONDAY July RECONSTRUCTION and first week of the 2d Edition of FOXS HUMPTY Introducing a CHANGE OF The Coolest Theatre in Steam Fan in NO ADVANCE IN 6tjyl3 O S T O N ATH E N M U BEACON The FORTYKIXTH EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS and now In connection with it the MUSEUM OF FINE AKTS exhibits a collection of Ancient and Bronze Implements from ItaloGreek Painted Vases found in the tombs of Etruria and Mugna tira cla Majolica Oriental Carved Furnl and Japanese and Chinese Foice VA Admission 25 MThtfjel7 AN KNOW THYSELF JOURDAINS GALLEBY OF Washington opposite Hayward A thousand startling and thrilling models of the human Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHINQ and WATER OONVKMIKNOJCS PASSJINOKR TJLTSVA TOH LEWIS RICE mav TKriLLOPEN JUNE THE OCEAN Ryo Take Eastern stop at Rye Beach JOB Prop Late Job Jcnneas A B ELLEVUE 17 10 Beacon The finest Family Hotel and best location in tho Contains all modern including Passen ger European Excellent accommoda tions for transient TJOCKINGHAM Tho ONLY FIRSTCLASS HOTEL in the New PINE POINT HOTEL AND LiOV AT QuiNOY good Din Mali or and the most pleasant spot on tho Bouth shore to spend a day or week with your i HOWARD Steamer Massasoit leaves Lewis Wharf at and Sundays at Come down and try TjVEBSTCLASS PRIVATE BOARD ING Rye Rooms very and thoroughly HOUEO Accommodates Address Rye MONDAY JULY York and Direct railroad communi cation with the White via North jel3tf COUTH SHORE SUMMER G 1 A D E I iTb This beautifully located for Transient or Summer is now For Fishing or Boating it has no equal on the whole New England Eight trains daily leave the Old Colony July MARSHALL YOBK Marshall The location Is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with the famous YORK SAEBS but a short distance from the Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or oa ar rival at TTOTEL RANGE 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer Patent Wave Flue Oven with one large or two or more small Boilers and for warming buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all the latest im Greenhouse Boilers and Pipes Dwelling Houses Fitted up with FirstClass Ranges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers and Pipes for Now York Ranges at New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any of the United States or in Health and Admission 60 Open from 9 to 10 11 tlapr30 IN THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE That on the thirteenth lay of a Warrant in lianlcruptcy was issued aaalnst the es tate of DEUKN of the County of Norfolk and State of who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition That the payment of any and tho delivery of any to such to for litprs of1 the oose one PARKER f On the European SCHOOL HARVEY MILLS WATSON FIKST Current SECOND Letters from our Own Correspondents iu Asia Greece and j Tho Literary THIBD Intelligence Tlio Short Hour Movement A Literary Auctioneer Prussian Severity and French Cowardice A Romance in Heal Life Kidnapping in the South Sens Mar shal French Schools oC Punch at FOURTH in The Groeloy Movement Tho Vicerrosltlcnev Notes on Current and Timely History Law and tho FIFTH Telegraph Affairs at Washington Tho Stokes Trial Old World News Othor De socalled GrecleySoymour Bargain SIXTH England News Latest Events in New Massachu Rhode Island anil Gos Why Mosby is for SEVENTH Naval and Marino EIGHTH in Boston ami its OutDoor Merchant Tailors In in honor of the ac cession of King James tho of England and others ascribe it to If enry about Tho French claim History tolls us that tho following words to that woro always sung by tho maidens of when Louis the Fourteenth entered tho Chanel of that establishment to hear tlio moVning It is said that Do Drinon was tho author of the and who had been ft scullion In that monarchs kitchen the Father of tho French composed tho air Grand Dion sauvo lo Roi I Grand Dieu vcngo lo Hoi VIveloHol Quo toujours iLouis victorious 1 Voye ses Toujoiirs souinis Grand Dion sauvo lo Koi I Grand Dlou vcngo le Boll Vivo lo Koi But tho with its appropriate meaning is much older than the society of modern See in the Second book of Chapter verso where it is recorded that Hushal said unto God save tho God save tho Also in tho Second book of llth and 12th and tho Second book of 2ld Chap and llth each relating tho same Jehoiada and his who anointed said God save tho when the qucen inother cried out Treason I treason I and was SUNDAY SUITS SUITS SUITS Bis and the transfer of any propoitj j forbidden by law that a meeting of the creditors said to prove their anil to or more Assignees of his will be held at a Court of to he holden at the United States Court in in said before ANDBEW on tho third flay of atM oclock ROLAND as 3tjyl6 HAVING disposed of our interest and tooil will in tho general auction and commission businSss to KBJSD and EDMUND cheerfully recommend them to tho consideration ot the public and ask for them a continuation of PHINNJiiY o July The undersigned have this day formed a corartner dhlp under the name anil style of TtELD fc for tho purpose of carrying on the business Auctioneers and General Commission and having purchased the interest of Phtnney ite Watson will continue the business at 171 Tromont where they are now prepared to receive con signments and to make liberal John lato of McGilvray As re Merchiindlse of every description will bo received and prompt returns R late of McGHvray 1 EDMUND T July 3tJyl2 the coming Pleasantly and in the im mediate vicinity of the different points of interest among the The subscriber will spare no pains to make it a quiet anil pleasant HOME for all who may favor him with their Good Teams constantly on For particulars as to please address FMWlm H O O D COT T A G This House having recently been put in the best of and newly is now open for PliKMA NENi1 AND TRANSIENT Parties looking for Board at the Seaside for the will find this a and firstclass place of resort in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with the anci competent men iu jy4tf ATLANTIC WEIXS This popular house will bo opened June Newly furnished and lighted with gas located close to waters with superior ushing and gunning facilities bostonthecoast howl T 10 June The subscriber having this day entered Into partner ship with of this they will under the name GliNJSRObO M at Gl Rim continue to deal in Agricultural and Canned Meats and and American goods They would solicit consignments of any ar ticles suitable for this for which prompt re turns will bo They will forward information or attend to any business entrusted to Tho senior member of tho firm having been for many years engaged in the Brazilian trade and fully posted in regard to everything connected with win give them unusual advantages in the disposal of goods consigned to Jy GIDEON TEN AND TWELVE PER JLl First In and near also in Minneso Interest coupons payable semiannually In Title per 5 yrsi 1O per per 3 0 per 3 9 per per 6 1O per S 1O per 5 lO per 4 1O per O Fine QUADIULLK BAND In A and fleet 20ton Yacht for Eatons conches leave Wells Depot on arrival of and 3 trains from Extra conveyance on arrival of all trains from Boston and Also Great Falls Great IREMONT HOUSE The proprietors of tho Tremont House direct public attention to the Cafe1 connected with Entrance on both Tremont and Beacon It is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and its cuisine is acknowledged to he the best in the Its patrons are served from an early hour in the morning until CHAPIN mar 15tf Watson WILL OPEN ON JULY 1000 The balance of a Manufacturers ami wllloffur them at a GREAT REDUCTION From Former WATSON 269 WASHINGTON 7 Winter Jyl23t S U A T H I N 2 T CLOUD BROADWAY AND per 5 IS per C 1S per 12 pc 1 per 5 2 No expenseto HORACE 15 Devonshire 1 A o TRIMMINGS AHD THREAD STORE Store to be occupied August 1st by Norwell A firstclass three blocks west of CEKTKAL same Is conducted on EU BOFEAM and containing all modern Improve HAND 3m o E A FOAM NANTASKET LONG Is open for Summer This house is anil contains 100 largo and airy anil is locatoil on the where It commauus the nuost view iu Bosteii Tlie steamer Emelino makes 8 trips daily between Boston and the See THINEAS formerly of tfJyU Wholesale and BATHING BATHING BATHING PHAMABB East India Night nom Genuine Pon gee THE ONLY LOT IN THE The East who endures half the year a more intcuBO heat than that which visits us for a few suffers far loss than we do from its His airy with its Bhady protect him while at homo from the burning and his godown Is con trived to reetot the warmth which would disturb his comfort in business Dressed in his eool PI JAMAHS such as are Bold only lu this country at Oak with Ills cork hat and ample he looks like Borne visitor fromapurer and happier and is the very Imago of coolness and HAMMOCKS 20 Winter APER PAPER A FtIX AND COMPLETE ASSOKTMEJfT OF ALL MAY BE FOUND AT 243 TBEMONT Next to PRICIRS JAMES ThlB large and elegant establishment Is situated on FJIAKKLIK containing every modem domes tic convenience and Including tho largest and most ucrtcct steam elevator In the Every de partment of the house Is iu charge of experienced per and tho whole is under tho careful poreomil supervision of tlie If our patrons will kindly send us word of their in tended either by telegram or by wo shall lie better prepared for their CROCKER riATSKILL MOUNTAIN V Twelve miles from Accessible by the best mountain road in tlie and in to New York than any othor hottlon the Elevation above the Hudson River 0000 extending over square unsurpassed for beauty by any In the Celebrated for its In vigorating Temperature at all tiroes 15 to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph iu the Open from Juno 1 to October Stages and Carriages will bo in attendance upnn tho arrival of the trains nl the HudBon Rivur Railroad and the from Albany and New JAMES Agent at Ciitskill for CHARLES IIEACHS Mountain jc22lm CHARLES H TEL NYE A B I N E T OB G A N S PESCHKALEUTNER TO Mason MASON have never any rood iuFtni iniiitti equul to your Ciiuinet Tlny are fur BII Iicrior to viaFrench Hurt Genniui Ilurmouluins which 1 have Tlielitone IH pure uud the iicliui licut and niidlly refpoiibivc to the in iubtruuieuts ure in every wiiy clmrlim1 mid MINNA ithiuntiuent of Cabinet Orgnusever vihUi iled in Uiipiountry if now Ui be Meu ut tlie warimnms uf the tinpublic ure inviteii to exam ine MASON HAMLIN ORGAN New Tliia Hotel s fiiluated the immediate vicinity of the Outturn 1OBt and miHiiuwa portion of Uiu tiud is UrulchiES iu all its appointment It has cue of Tufts latent improved 8 team IilcvatoMttlie only lioline In tlie Dominion having The nurloro and bedrooms are large and well ventila and arranged for private parties and Pirsoiis duBlrlug a pleasant summer will find tlmt tlie Victoria oirero peculiar John IB easily reached from In twenty hours by rail or In thirty houre by The is eool and Invigorating the Bcencry In tbe nclgkboiliuod IK very und iu the immedmui vl dully ure good of tho Kovcrc Hotiee IVSMBZt I A L M O U T H H E I G II T S 1 TOWERS TJilB tdinmoiHoiiB and wellapputntjfl liciuiUi ttfully biiuiituil on iuluiouili will be upon lur thLiceijitioii It Imh u view cf ViuevJird Oilc tin1 ut MiltUrns It in the immudhitu vicinity of nluastmt unU liius uiituiriiubbuii fur Boating and ILiini bin ii wiilit from the mid tht It he iu ilniiy with Murthuri Yiiiuyuni uud Kvw lloiHord by Tlitnrw of fcn1 lUnjuloiiv ItwUroud ly Kul inuulli to Incuiuiilit4id hy thUntil of Tt rtinh thfs tUliglitfiil auri withoiu bkkutbs tu u tnj hy bO OHiuranU S3 OO STRIPED ALPACA COATS A New Lot Received OAK 38 North jy32t E M O A HOLLIS Have removed from 7 Kllby to 41 Devonshire Authorized Agents and Attorneys for the following Fire nuil Marine Insurance Home Insurance of New Franklin Fire of International Citizens Hanover Fire National Fire Arctic Fire Irving Union Mutual Alps of New of of HOLLIS llltli ANU MAKINi 41 ri i ilE F R E N C II BAND t LKAVK NEW YORK llv of trouil toliif 1 ought lo start lit tint mime S7i If JVn OUlLv jylilMWlt J NEW Wo have received from Tito Ameri can Historical and Repository oE Notes and for We null that we have uncon sciously done an injustice to tliis monthly while striving to do it a The publisher com plains in our notice of wo extracted two or three paragraphs from an article on the Ducking anci that these so took tho imagination of our that they were renubllsheil extensively by tho press throughout the country credited to THE BOSTON It is natural Hint wlmt appears in THE GLOBE should attempt to cir cumnavigate it but wo are innocent oE all suspicion of Wo quoted from the article In The Amer ican Historical Record in order to rocomond it to tho attention of the and o show that it had nUractlans for general readers as well as for antiqua We pride ourselves on having boon the most fissiduous of nil tho newspaper friends of the maga and it our extracts from it have not been cred ited to the true the fault is not Wo have done all wo could to give it celebrity and circu Still we with tho publishers natural that Tun GLOW should ho cred ited with un account of the method which old Virgin ia employed in dealing female when it is plain that we are indebted to him for tho prec ious A certain respect for the BOX has prevented us from ever investigating such a subject the DuckingStool wo have ever hold in horror tho female scold 1ms in our boon a more gracious and lovcablc person linn the masculine leg islator and God forbid that wo should contest with Francis of the honor of showing how effectively old Virginia punished her As far as our limited experience men scold only when men by their acts justify that exercise their fluent The present number Tim American Historical Record is rich in Wo specially Interested in the article on Tho African Slave Trade in Colonial 1C NcwEiighmdcrs have any superstition or tradition left it relates to their fore these pious and good as they seemed to have had little of our modern sentiment of Tho trade In men perfectly in tlifl prcrovolutlonary with the ordinary standard of Christian Thus a good old elder whoso ventures on the coast had uniformly turned ovtt always returned thanks on the Sunday following tho arrival of a slaver in tho harbor of that an overruling Provi dence Iind been pleased to bring to this land of free dom another cargo at benighted to enjoy the blessing of a Gospel When wo roalizo what the horrors of tbe African Slave Trade this tbnnkegiving to for a prosperous seems to bo the most monstrous of oil hypocrisies but the elect appear to have had no notion of their A trade which would surely hang them now on earth an rascals of tho lowest wnstlicm prosecuted by deacons of the church as a holy as well as a profitable We doubtless have very bad public men at the present day and the rest of tho arc very immoral but not one of them would compromise his character by engaging in tho African Slave Unscrupu lous and unprincipled as they arc represented to they would not directly engage in tho bmilnesH of buying and Belling men ns they would and sell cattle yet ciders and deacons of the New England Church did it a hundred and thirty years ago without having their honesty or piety very warmly Newport and Bristol were centres of this Yet it appears It was not always Cap tains who cruised along the African picking up n negro here and had often sad accounts to send to tho merchants by whom they were The competition WHS very and the business at ilrst lacked the fundamental quality of good organi We quote quite ft pnthotic lottcr from a Newport captain to his October my HcspoctH to these may In form how It is with mo at 1 tcss God I injiiy mv health very well as but am like to have H long tralilCKUin voyage at tor there never wau BO much Mum on the Coastal one timo Nor ye like yo freuoli ships was never seen for yo whole Count IK full of for my part can give no guess when 1 shall got for 1 purchcHt but 27 slaves since I have Loon for slaves is very scarce wo have hod nineteen sails of UB at one time In yo so that those ships that usod to carry prymc slaves oil is now forged to take any that combs hcare is 7 sails of UB Hume men that wo are ready to devour one for our case is 1 beg that you will Exist my famcly in what they shall for I no not when J Khali git home to them I have hud the nnstortin to Hury my chefe mate on ye 21et of and one man ami Lost the negro man Pryimis and Adam over board on my one three weeks after another that makes me now very weko for out of what in left tliRlr is two that is good for Huuioml has Lin heare six months and lias but 10 slaves on My hearty iiervis to your spouse and I am yrsto couid JOHN Afterwards slave pens were erected and factors es tablished at uceotiiiblo with depots of sup plies suited to tho wants of the who gathered 1he slaves In the and brought them bound to tho Complaint like those uttered by Cap tain were then rarely hoard for on tlio ar rival of a vessel on the the captain usually found the pens and lie utul only to agree with Ihu factor for n ship in i few lion re the number hemls and immediately turn his prow It of to praise Uo heartily tlic sagacity which thus a traf fic so humane In Itself It is charming to know that the foundation of thin trade was rum and rum accordingly became a fcubjcct of first imiiortancc in our colonial com and by cumjicUtion to which It gave harmony of the lirltinh The writer of tiie article in the Keeord The importance of the rum manufacture way niadu apparent during controversy before the Hoard of in between the hugur plautore fif and tlic Nunhcni when it was thown to be the Chief of the litid that upwards of fifteen thousand hogsheads ot molasses were annually converted Into rum in tlio 1rbvlncc of MuHsucliutielln Tlie Wuel Indies weic ulNi producing four and onehalf million gulloiis per and annually he Const of Guinea two thousand liogHliwvdii of her own man from French and Dutch Withrniu the CoKmiMu curried on u lucrative iriulc willi the com und pork were purchased with it oC the uud it bcrvml to keep the Full onequarter of the product of the New Knglatit mid Newfiiundhind lisheriet was of an inferior iiuul Known to tlie triple refuse or nil which wnsi inwglit up with rum and nlit to InAVtiit with law Invoices of second in exchange for Ui be vvorliy itiuj run iit noon as it entered u northern There no article that could take the place of rum in Hie African Kurojieiin gnoJihud been found to lit utterly worthless for thit1 Among the Notes uid we find an inter esting paragraph on the origin of God bavc Un Tinwriter glveithe following account of it It if gcneruJlv suppomt Unit the words inn nir of save tlielvliiK xvllli in tlie time of Gvoriiu tlie it ic IIKI nttrilniiod to Jubli In yuwn it ifc it fur 11 dinnei iivenul BULFINCH PLACE Tlio closing previous to tho summer vaca were held in tho Bnlfluch place Chapel yester day Tho preached from tho 1st fith 8th verso But if any provide for ids and especially for those of bis own lie hath denied the faith and is worse than an Wink ley spoke of the text as an express declaration of the Christian and said that it contained tho principles of practical Tho ilrst duty a man is to his own and the text enforces the truth that a man is of no but his family is of all and that the man who most fully appreciated this and acted in accordance with acted tho part of tho true the text were believed and acted upon generally therewould bo no drones in the human for everybody would bo nil activity for somebodys welfare ovory selfish man would lie exterminated from tlio faco of tlio There are other matters than material things for the true man or father to provide for those about and it is a lit time at tho close of our years said tho for us to ask ourselves It wo have done our share of this providing during the past and to look about us and see during tlint tlmo wo havo improved ourselves and those dependent upon The text does not mean that man nliould live simply and exclusively for his but that ho should live especially for them and at tho same time incidentally for nil tlio The care tlie the education of the Ig the feeding of the and the clothing the naked are all incidentally tho work tho Christian but they arc the especial work of institutions and associations organized and supported for just those particular No better work can bo dono in this country than educating young men to understand and appreciate the principles of a repub lican at tho present timo there is a lamentable upon this subject but this Is not tlio work of the ami yet incidentally it should he advocated by all good Tho speaker referred to tho unpopularity with which his views wore received by the temperance and antitemper ance men although ho was in favor of tem ho did not approve of tho course taken to check the evil of Tlie habit of people looking upon tho church as tho centre for amuse ment and sociability wan condemned by thu and the remark I WOB entertained by your dis course commented on as showing that people do not come to tha church so much with the desire to bo Im proved to bo Tho labor question was referred to by the speaker as one of the groat ques tions of tho day which would not be decided by tlio present hut with an advance in civilization in tho next two hundred years equal that of the past two may sec a solution of It that will bo accepted by Christianity as expressed in tho text docs not forbid our feeling n sympathy for other faiths and neither docs it forbid our aiding another person bo canso ho does not believe as wo Our duty is to Christianize the world not to crcedize Wo want to make people love God some other way than by saying And when wo talk angels singing glory to God wo want to eay and feel what wo are saying in our Wo should not enclose our selves in a shell and tliliik all others nro but learn to appreciate tlio value of the principles buck of whatever forms surround Tlio relig ious life is too often entered upon as tho married life with very warm hearts and very empty as people feel that adopting a religious life moans simply tho giving up of certain pleasures and privi and do not appreciate tho added enjoyments that attend the We should askour Eclvon Have wo increased our trust during tho past year and try to learn that trust and faith do not imply the exercise of these virtues in time of safety but in time People who speak of their faith in God ore too apt to excuse their four in tlmo of trouble by saying that tlioirs is sucli a hard and do not realize that tho time to test ones faith in when more than liuuiau aid is We must learn to have firm faith in the infinity power who It at the and to trust to ills allpowerful arm In every hour of trouble and Have we more benev olence than a year and have wo learned to bo not simply in but in giving in such way that wo guiti not glory for but tho good of tlic recipient If we have learned any or all of these wild tlio wo arc pro pared for another years work and ready to plan out tlic which IB by far more important than any oilier can us we ire all exjicctocl to do some thing for other peoples good before tlie campaign can be a successful the text had been n source of groat comfort to him in his and he therefore had selected them an tlic subject of his first sermon after life When Paul was prisoner in tho prison at he wrote this letter to the brightest gem among all the cluster of Scripture telling the love of the Paul recognized the hand of Providence in his imprisonment and his No man had greater reason for believing in special provi dences than From his conversion all through his life ho had scon evidences of it in every step he had Our Interests aro all in Gods and this fact is a source of comfort nndrnllof at all Paul also In this eplstlo expresses n desire for life and Not for ttic sake of tho worlds for he had said lie was dead to tho world nor be cause he feared Ho had faced that and wrote It is bettor to depart and bo with To die is He desired life because Christs inter ests on earth wore dear to and ho wished by having it ho might further Christs For tbe same the had desired a safe iio might minister to his to strengthen his brethren and win the unconverted to Paul also recognizes the importance of the prayers of the No man knew tlio poworof Individual prayer better than but ho also know tlio im the tho efficacy of tho praycm of Therefore he often asked tho prayers of tho church for himself and his So the preacher acknowledged tho value of tho prayers of his own in his Paul also suggests that if spared it would bo that he might minister to tho to bo its servant ho might up Uie members In tho past the preacher had owed much to the prayers of his In tlio future ho needed In tho work before him of reclaiming tho of converting tho of loading tho children into the of comforting tho sorrowing with praying people they should have vigor without It they could not havo either Ho had never before realized so fully the value of tho prayers of his people as a help in his ordinary and extraordinary Tlio needed strength for tho future was to bo had for tho and he solicited the prayers of his people in Ills Those who had never prayed bad boon tliosubjcctof his thoughts and prayers in his absence from and his hope Imd been that they might speedily eonio to Christ in large GRACE Yesterday morning tho an nounced as liia text the won My meditation of him will bu His theme was Divine Medita including in the twin the whole sphere of relig ious He in that tliu nuces tity of sustaining a continual thinking process wan one of tho most tremendous strokes of the Creators power in our and hail been well observed that the Inexorable wheels of our mental machinery must always keep up their movement though they roll In the dismal wtiterB ot though all anumo with llcry remorse and though we would give worlds for a moments respite from this terrible tyranny of those mysterious whielB must spin and and keep up their uwful The work of In man to the conditions of liis own must evidently begin witli this vital wheel which sets thu spiritual liilng in Religion iiwovdingly claims to supervise tho It must claim bolh this right and or abandon all cUiira to hum an For it presurilKB not only outward but th in wiiid iiffectloiiH which imiiiijit and those tions can bo couUollod only lit their llumglitfuiin The forniut ion of cburuuter traced to low of continuous which ultimately produces ii kind of spiritual Hint is what you aio As u man so is is a axiom In this peculiar While contending for the practical benefits of relig ious Ciinoll cntereti an earnest pro teit the increasing aversion religious tude and tendency which is bo sLining We are too uiixiouu to do and nither thuii to think and to We must dig deep If we would build Religious mcdiuttkm enlarges the pleaMircfi of guards the avenues of ilie licurt ntraiiiet mid introduces the boul into the bullinn and sublime temple of divine EiCT PHKSUYTKIUAN the piwtor ttf who hub d frum u foreign piviichdd yetterduy crowded His text WUK thu ul vcije of Paulb to 1hile Milliiil preifue Me u itr 1 HARVARD STREET BAPTIST Tho forenoon service at this church was conducted by Woods of If Is text was from 11 But I certify that the gospel which was preached of mo Is not after He said that wna tho practice of sceptics and opponents of tlio Gospel to judge of its claims solely or chiolly by the lives of Its There is unfortunately never any difficulty in finding in stances of departure from pure principles of tho gospel on tho part of those professing to adlioro to Vet to attribute tills misconduct and ter giversation to tho gospel itself seems to bo either recklessly or criminally It is man ifestly unfair to judge of Christianity by Its perver sions or by the lives of apostates and Christianity comes to us in the form of written ro these writings claiming to bo saciod and con taining tho truth of A supreme lovu God and equal love of men are tho basis of its and all who accept it in truth become better man and women and live purer and nobler Yet to tho candid and sincere inquirer those very perver sions which sceptics so much dwell upon will bo an additional of the divinity of tho For these perversions show that tho gospel is not of while tho departure from tho simplicity truth and uprightness lu word or deed are the work of For wo may look at tho Woman Catholic which claims to be tlvo only Christian It Is controlled by hierarchy of bishops and with tho popo at tho head claiming to bo It is that ho can remit sins or permit and it Is known that his can bo Tlic members of the church nro dissuaded or forbidden to road the and aro taught to look to the priesthood for instruction In matters of faith and They aro that it is essential to be constant In attendance upon ceremonies of the to repeat tho pater their heads and cross themselves with holy These and similar tilings being diligently attended oirencoa against morality uro regarded as venial which mny be Such Is tho IComnn Catholic Church as it appears In history ot cen Voltaire and other seeing all and the absurdity and wickedness it Identi fied it with Christianity and rejected and denounced Had they taken in hand tlio Now Tes tament and road its simple and unequivocal teach and contrasted these with tho worldly pomp and authority of tlio Roman they could not havo fulled to us sincere enquirers after that tho one was the work of God and the other of Tho perversions of tho Greek and othor chnrohos show lu a similar manner tho sort of a gospel Unit man to himself would Tlio Gcrmah men of culture and far removed from tho Kuporstltiono of essayed to produce an aiifondod Had tho original been the work of they might and doubtless would have succeeded in adding to and improving In Im portant respects that But In fact thoir substi tute comprehended only some gunorul ideas of tho beautiful and the serving only as a contrast when compared with tho holiness enjoined by the Tlio more they diverged from tlio simplicity of that gospel tho more absurd wore thoir in various forms of transcendentalism they becuiuo complicated and confused like the dreams ot They produced nothing which has power over tho spirit of nothing which with aiUboriUi llve voice directs him to Tho gospel of Christ continues from iigc to Hgo with nil its original theso works of wise men und of good intentions no come to naught and are Tho preacher closed by referring to tlie contrast between the writings of tho soealiod fathers of the church in tlio centuries immediivUy succeeding the apostolic and said that the lone and character of these though the work of believing showed not a gradual a precipitous descent from the high splrituvil plane of apostolic Tlic explanation iu that tlie for mer were lie works of men and the luUoi the Inspi ration of the Holy they are but they will not At the last what will you do about some breath of popular some motive ot worldly interests wafts them away they have received the grace of God in Christians often receive it in vahi not in vain for salvation God is pledged for that but when they cease to work for when their lights no longer when they cease to be a power in the they have received the grace of God in We arc the custodians of the word of God lotus resolve anew to be faithful to diffuse Its light over all the broad earth until the kingdom of our God shall UNIVERSAIJST CHARLES More than a score years havo passed since Chapin loft the vicinity Boston for a more exten sive field of but his frequent both In the character of lecturer and have not allowed the memory of his eloquence to grow dim in the minds of those who formerly admired and were swayed by Very few are cither among UnivcrfallstB or the frequenters of the lecture who have not listened to his full now sinking to deepest hushing every soul in his audience to breathless now rising in passionate awakening that slight stir and commotion among hie hearers which show Hint absolute sclfforgetfiiluess and absorption in the idea of the speaker to which an American au dience so seldom Very few among those who have ever felt his sway have failed to tasto the charm of that calm sense of power which deemed to breathe through and round and over all that he giving tho impression of a underlying wealth of strength from which arose all the gorgeous structure of eloquence and fancy which they Such being the it is useless to dilate upon these things in which years have brought no the addition of a few mellowing and chastening Chnpin took for his text yesterday tlie fif teenth verso of the fifth chapter of Mark And they come to and see him that was possessed of the and had the and and in his right mind and they were In the sermon there was no attempt to enquire whether tho disease which af fected tho unfortunate Gadarcno was actually diabolical possession or simply what is In modern Leaving this purely technical theological tlio discourse dealt rather with tho revelation of tho character of Jesus iu tho performance of and other miracles of a kindred and afterwards with tho various modern types ot insanity or spiritual disease for which relief might be found in the teach ings It briefly marked the difference between tlio condition of tlie InCore and after the and strongly Insisted notwithstanding tho many perversions which seemed to indicate the tho tendency of tho Christian religion was to reconcile and regener stirring tho depths of nature only to subdue tho and exult the highest of the human Chapin was shown in tho Im pressive performance of the miracles of over whelming tlio beholder wltli awo hut filling him with a marvellous peace in the Lords so shal low that a little child could enter into its so deep that no philosopher could evor sound Its lowest the keynote of Christianity was infinite peace and Sharply condemning preaching which was not sufficiently sensational to make those who heard 11 feel their souls touched by the linger tho tlio reverend gentleman found nothing to say In favor of that which Is calcu lated to frighten those who hear saying that men must indeed he moved by hut by fear of doing wrong and not oE tho consequences After an eloquent but brief rehearsal of tho noble deeds and lives which had been inspired by Christi tho orator turned to a consideration of tho ot moral saying that they came from not from the but the carnal mind this being tho centre of the work of restoration must begin and no one was so lost that the searching eye of a loving Christ would fail to find some good in him and upon the power of right ly touching this one sound chord among the diseased mental all healing power Perhaps the most telling portion of the whole sermon was that which came in which the speaker asked which man was most who had become frenzied by religious or ho neglecting tho claims of that spirit which is not by brciul stands on a dead not thinking of or casting aside the abstract for the he bo called sound minded and clcarhcadcd who Is as crazy with stocks and quotations as a Brahmin with his sonm juico He only is sane who holds in proper pro portion his relations with God and tho not he with whom tho highest is not always Simon Stylitcs upon his pillar was crazy but there was something heroic in tlio madness which gave up all for tho Aro they any less mad abandon tho spiritual and give themselves ivp to tho material An eloquent peroration closed the ser the last phrase being a fervent aspiration for the timo when all restless stormtossed seeking they know not may find and at last oil como to Jesus and sit at Ids clothed and in our right CURBENT H just returni imiriiini I iwcnly incli lint miit tlint through your prayers 1 shall be given unto When lie was hf to the pastorate of the chinch lie eume in u of pruyer to a He the importance of ii churchs iukliowleueed before Ciuti his sate return to ihiito the irujiii of liU The uurdu of SOUTH BAlTIST tho preached Uay iloin the text Receive not tho grace ot God In It Becnis said tho that wliiln men confess tlie reality of religion and thoir need of they take no measures to secure its bless draco is Jlen esteem 113 highly valu able the favor of those who arc great in this wealth and honors they cringe and cravefor It they will resort to all means to obtain it and yet tbe favor of though it is freely is utwvc all kings and U putted 111111 tmti to thiuU ihey conferring n favor ufiju tii 1 by iiccciting The tuvor of is uu eiiduw 1111111 that begins to draw Its dividends uud will iliuwtii a capital of measureless glory through nil tbe of Phunixlike it spring to full spUitdor ii um the ashes of this present The KuHpel is the grace of Clod In Uie form of Hud 1 litid out my hand with to tlie great should I have culled for men to receive them in vain We receive the grace ot God in vain when we receive it and 1 give a liroad u tliat word A man may be sceptliail even while beuriiig the gospel by Betting him self ngiiinst by pointing out the faults and sbort couiiugs of and making them an excuse for their Bomu are iu point of doc tiine taiej do not Ifelievti in total depravity they do jiul liilieve in tlie final perseverance of the saints lliey not believe in thus tr My do JMI beliive you have i soul to and that t biist died to it Because we all agiee upon that tind fault with linds work they think he might Uuvc wade ditlervnt iirruugimentt lluit lie might managed tlmt nmie of buniun bhould be taut there sbiiuld be less So OIK is iutci vievsid by We ure sluvp ol bis lie uuule us be bus a rijbt lo d witti us at lie No Hie doubts u Hums l igbt U his mui be ziuiy do as lie likes bis be pin bib gjtiin inti tlie UIKI grind it saline lie juny it or diwiird is bis lliiK not trod mi iiiliiuuiy bitttr to the gu lit Kliivertewliieb lie und the he biitIlured upon Ji lie uute suuic tliia biiievv ihc iruiti New York city holds ivorth of An international exhibition of oil paintings is talked A Georgia gentleman died from tlio eifectj of a dog A Detroit policeman is barking on tho cold trail of the Nathan is the Independents word for A ilftytluco carat opal has boon unearthed iti Thu Baptists of Virginia are still agitated over the question of the regularity ot Roger Williams bap In Switzerland a law is proposed unlaw ful for any ono under fourteen years of ugc to smjkc A young explorer in tho country tbiults the hum ming birds have a sharp way of presenting bills for the morning with a population of had J27 deaths Ihiliidclphla of had Si and New York of had IDIiJ Boyn twelve years old are found stupidly Intoxicated iu the streets of lies where it i fondly supposed tbe liquor trailic is effectually scjuekhe We hate sonic persons because wo do not know and wo will not know them because we huto California contains a larger nuuilKT of fnivigueru Iiioportiiiiiately tlnm any other State in ilie I Theeellsusthons ullJ fiivigu It is stated tlint fcriyIive per of tlic gross products of is soureis while but fivm goid md With a view to tho curnal titness of a Ciroe ley and Urown uag boats over where Union soldiers were starved to during tbe iind where they now lie In 11 French court us u witness about to give in his un udvovato nuiarki1 1 wish to remark to the court that this witness is en titkd to entire sis he Liu not time to consult Tbe only amusement of the citiMvis of is that of tjing tlnwuru to tintuils the village The dugs are so well 1 tluit cvtT 1iie of them sees rn iiystercan iu tii be btteks up and waits for some one to tie it The Ijouis RepuMiaiu is shortly to bo iuirfi i U the she and style nf the New York and 11 to bo printed omho Widur wliiiii itnlve iiu priming both tidee ot tliLtuet lit til same Tlie lluvry that gonlUiuini wh preceiitvlien 1V11 u stuirs ainl LilUd is to be lie is tlie gciitUnuiu i ebunec to murder Fik witii ti j Seventeen pleasure to tbe have j urruugiU in Ubc ut I tUiwhole iluludiiiK a ten dn in Ibis it luiw blilidred Tluxisitovs nill this eiunlry iu rULit   

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