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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE DArLY TEIBIOTE 7 1890 IS CHRIST COMING AGAIH Both Whites and Reds Say Yes to That KiHISTERS EXPECT HIM ATANY MOMENT The Groat Conference of PreMil lennialista in Brooklyn Arousew Widespread InterestVI own of Doctors Crowhy Cnyler T and other Eminent Divines Is the second corning of tho Lord at This Is clearly the opinion of many or the roon who took part in tho proceed ings of the Baptist Conference held In Brooklyn reqontly They are men too whoso opinions can not be treated lightly or wibh disrespect agiuuloii of tho subject has aroused the interest of all In tu item of faith which has found few open advocates since tho death of leather Miller The Baptists arc not alone in furnish ing proMil luiilulisus Tho ranks are strengthened by the joining of largo numbers of Presbyterians of evange lists and ministers of other denomina tions and by the great muss of Chris tians generally Christs ad vent is something to inspire thu popularheart and to lire tho public imagination Tho Baptist Con ference seems to be hut the beginning of a great revival destined to extend far and wide It is interesting to note how prominent clergymen regard this cer tainlysignificant movement and the views of representative preachers of various in New York and lirolilyn arcs 1 asked a prominent proMillonialist who were men in tho move ment Jlo replied that they were too nu merous to mention but that among them were Charles C Hall and Dr Dixon of Brooklyn J Hudson Taylor missionary to the China inland Mission and most of tho 300 missionaries under him Kev JJr Arthur T jlerson editor of the Mlsslonaru Review D George K rente cost Rev Dr Brooks of St Louis Key Dr D C Marquis oftho McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago T J DuOield of 1rincoton Bishop Nicholson of the Re formed Episcopal Church in Philadel phia Itev P S Hanson a prominent iaptist of Chicago Professor tiobet JJ of II Fuu cotfc Canon of York England L Moody the evangcjist and Charles FJ llobinson thn hymnbook compHer Rev A 15 pastor Cumberland Street Church Brooklyn is an outspoken and enthusiastic be liever In he said that unbiased study of tlie Scrip turns can result only in ones hearty approval of the ore Millcrinial Ihiory of interpretation How one can obey the oftrepeated in junctions of Wcripture to look for the Lords appearing if a Milknnium of time at least is to Intervene between this and His advent to me u contra diction of termswhich I am unable to at the same time Mint Church of New Testament times ad miitedly lived and labored In the an ticipation of Christs imminent second coming lewis me to the conclusion that this amthis only is tho true hope of language of Scrip ture by the same rule which would be applied to tho interpretation of any other book there can bo to my mind but one moaning to the frequentScriptural roforunees to Christs second advent and I uttnrlyrepudiate thn custom of that which in any other literary work would be judged by the common rules of be capa ble only of interpretation In regard to tho recent conference I would bear this testimony that it was characterized by a spirit of humble waiting upon God The subjects succes sfully treated the otlices and work of the Holy character pur poses and power of the Church and the second com of the Lord as tho Churchs one and sutticiont hope and in spiration of service 1 am thoroughly convinced after fourteen years earnest studyand ob servation that prejudice are if not the sole at least tho chiof of opposition to tho pre Rov Uuonro C Need ham tho Baptist evangelist whose homo is at Manchester bythVsea speaks most hopefully Of the outcome of this conference in which he took an iictivo pare There ivro four things we intend he said that have not yet been made public First wo are to publish a book of tho conference addresses In tho next place wo shall on January 1st issue an uruau to express tho real not vitnvsof tho proMillminhUists Then we willestablish A pormanoiu summer school somewhere on tho coast to teach our faith Lastly wo arc to con tinue our annual conferences Tho Kev Dr Gordon of Boston Invited us to moKt thero next your but wo have not decided whether it shall bo Boston or Baltimore We are accused of taking Scriptural meanings tigunaivoiy ami vico versa Tho fact is that never do so except when jusuiied Tho post Millonnialists are really the ones who are guilty of what they ihargc us What we aro contending for is a fair verbal interpretation of the Scriptums They talk as if wo were more enthuasists Uov C H Spurgeon tho noted English preacher is au out and out proMillonialist So are ninetenths of tho bust scholars in Germany and England Would you bo Heve it is hero in America of all coun tries that the proMillennial theory meets with most opposition This fjiith WD profoss has boon tho faith of the Baptists ever since tho timo of the Apostles tus we can provu by history Of tho twentytwo Baptist ministers in Baltimore twentyone Rev ir Samuul Me Bride uuotlior srnmg proMi I Urn said It is to no to luw WH aro misrepre sented oven by the religious papers such as Exnmliwr Tiiey ac cuse us of expecting Christs advent in this generation that wo object to tho1 bclldr Unit MH may come within say a thbijsfind years and that1 wo insist that he will come in our day All those aro nii sstatom cuts We maintain no such ground We elaiurhtTwill come befdro not after tho No pastor has worked harder with tongue in tho service of Urn Divine Master tlian tho venerable Dr TheWore F Cuyler lato of the Lafay otto Avoniio Presbyterian Church iu Brooklyn who Josathan ayoar ago after sorno oarnesttoil parish retired from the pastdrato and ii1s ipreaching tho word i oVrG6a me havo fought shy of Not that I myself have over had any serious doubts on tlie subject but there have been many members of my flock whoso faith in if was strong and I did not want to trouble thflir minds with disturbing by any words of mino Then again thero aro many ministers for whom I have the highest esteem and re gard who tti ink that way and they aro good sincere men I am however frank to say that1 dont believe Jont think that the second advent of Christ Is to precede the judgment day There is nothnigiiv bo made to say so Several years ago prorM 11 lennl held a meeting In Now York It was the mostropresontative meeting of their members ever held Tho whole subject was then gone over and their ablest men discussed it There was Brooks for Instance of St Louis their biggest man T well remember his ninetynine rea sons for his belief Why tho majority of them had no more to do with the sub ject than they had with tho McKinloy bill J was a member of the Chi Alpha Club In its motubership wore many of tho leading ministers of tho Storrs and Beechor had belonged to it but had dropped Schaaf was a member So was Hall and a number of others equally There were thirtylive of us and after each days session of the wo would KO over the same ground Noth ing that they brought forward had any weight with us Now if that was tho case with so largo a body of theological thinkers it showed that the arguments of the proMillennlallsts wore not so convincing as they thcmsolves imagined Yet I again there have boon and aro many sincere linen in their ranks Horatio celebrated linguist of Great Britain was one It his constant He sung it ho talked It ho enthu siastically believed In it Still outside of his hymns ho was a thorough polemic Moody is another who believes in it Ho do os riot of course rank with Bonhor Dr Tyng never wont to bod without expecting to son day My friend Pontooost is anoUior siastic believer VV They look upon them as Imbued mysticism Bonner was as a mystic as one over met Theyre positive too no doubt of that J might say of thorn as Smith said of Macauloyvl wish I was as sure of anything as of every thing Christ It appears tug when He was on earth competed Ills work There is no reason should come iigain It is a on His mission hero to say diabolism can not bo put down Wasnt his plan for thoSvorlds regeneration Why should liebo ex pected to alter it It is a rare religious idea on which Dr Witt Talmagohas some thing timely and readable tosay Tim subject of proMi lloriirial ism lie admits however is rather out of his J have notgivon Itas much ho saidi as other clergymen have and they may bo right and I bo wrong still myowu belief is and has always boon that Christ1 not re appearon earth untU tho judgment day I do not speak you There aro Christian make special stidy of1 certaiii branches and are most discuss them Then there are those sLitdy the others tho archiclogical and others the geographical conformation any one of which is the pursuit of a whoJo llfotimo Tho proMiihuuiialists many I entertain tho riondsTiipaTid of have mad o the the subject of inost thorough thought and It not become mo therefore to denounce tholr belief as false when all T know to tho contrary they may have arrived at the truth 1 have read the proceed ings of tho conference with the greatest interest but yet not so thorovighly as to feel like passing any decided opinion on the views 1 dont concede that thoworld is so given up to tho as the pro Millonnialisks believe T think that Christ has given us all that is necessary to carry on tho tight against sin Uo says that tho Holy Ghost its to bo tho Comforter I may say that certain religionists aro specialists Those arc holiest I1heybollevo that they have reached a state11 where they are sinless Maybo they aro I know I have not reached that suite and I dont know any one who Yet tho Chrlttlhin of which Dr Talmagois editor has tondonclos Dr Howard Crosby Is quite emphatic in declaring that ho does not boliovo in proMilloniiialism Tho trouble with the followers of this ho said tome is they read tho Scriptures to suit themselves They take as figurative what is literal and as literal what in tho Biblo I can not soeany reason for thinkinc as they asked Dr A If Bohroncls whatho thouirlit of it all Not ho roplTod It will not amount to anything tyroai rs bno of the in the It is I ike a strong current that dashes tip against a rrick and back again Why sir one of the eccentric tios Btit Jic Didnt Sho was a bright at the seasons last game of baseball Sho had won his enthusiastic heart by understanding tho game irighb off and ho loved her oven more than she had boon only his sister It reminds mo of the said Tho plate tho batter tho fowls and tho Hies And it reminds mo of she added First tho diamond whore they aro engnced then the struggles and tho hits thou tho mou going out and finally tho difliculty they have in get ting homo And ho sat and thought and Plittadelvkfa Times Tho AVroiijS Boy Mr Hayseed I mot your runaway son in the West Ho has boqomo a very successful Chicago Farmer Must a boon soruo othor follow mister Mj son hid no oar for music and couldnt keep a tune tor save liis nock TIo hadnt uorhin cept chock an1 impudence New Yb7c Sun Coultl Fijfurelt Employer to now f 4Havo you any brothers Yezzir is two Harpers Bazar How It OaiiiO About Ah good morumsj sud the early bird to tho worm Looking Xqr a Thats what Anvllunsrl can do for you Yos youll about fill Hha Jbill r Tho writer wild said You polish a copper aslong us you you cannot makoa sovoioigu of know that York Joliceiiieu rulo BREEZY CARRIE CARELESS Complains That People Are Always at a Dead Husk PUTTY PITCHERS ARE THE LATEST In Decorative Flower Show Coster at the Hypionic Girl Goes to Leslies Venezuela Whitneys Generous nessMiller Invents an Adjust able Gown HE times are simmer ing and we must sim mer with them so says Crane in The and so say we all of us who min glo with the world of people and como to have an appreciation of the busy hurry in which everything is moving All the girls were simmering last and not only simmer fng but actually steaming after the last now decorative fad Vloase dont expect much or be disappointed The was this To obtain a pitcher of any and shapo the more odd and unique the bettor thon to cover it with a thick layer of putty and ornament it by sticking acorns horseshoe nails broken bits pieces of cork pen cil stubs stoppers sealingwax medallions and charms into the put by Thewhole alfsiir is thon gilded with two coatsof dull gilt and when dry is ready to adorn the choicest corner of tho cabinet that adorns tho choicest corner of the choicest room in the house Whoa the girls first grasped this new TlfAT SNUG FITTING KV KITING DRESS idea in all tho intensity of its decorative reality so groat was thedemand for putty that all the artists material shops laid in an extra supply and thon ran far short of tho demand Tho commonest kind of ink bottles aro transformable into harlequin per fume casks After tho ink has beon drawn depths tho bottles aro cleaned and pain tod in stripes running from tho neck of tho bottlo down to tho lower odgo Tho stripes aro silver gilt scarlet and blue A coat of var nish is added to the scono and then per fumery is poured in and there is your harloqnin scentbottle Elliot Sluiphard George Vanrtorbilt Jay Gould August Soward Wobb and all tho other boys werh pres ent tho first night of tho lower show at the Madison Square Oardeiv All classes and conditions of people wore attracted by tho lloral display Common people wont becausethey loved and for a few dimes could enjoy the pleasureof gazing upon and smiling blooms that they could never see anywhere else Moneyed people enjoyed it because they learned so much that was new to theirr in floral cultivation Tho chrysanthemum was courtier and all the royal family com bined Nothing like tho size and beauty of this llowor has ever boon soon A single llowor made a corsage bouquet and throe of thorn was as center piece as a table could fashionablycarry Manyof tho plants wore One of thorn tho Mrs Alphous for per plant Society people aro still that William Waldorf leased ahouso in London and is about to romovo himself goods chattels littlo bag bundle and big dinners andlallVtCthat city Now Yorkers uo not wish so magnificent a host that Mr Astor will soon forgetthe un publicapolitical snubs and riituni to tho Homeof the Fibo and tho Land of the Goasyou plcaso i When r oung lady has gone through a course o igurodovolopment rounding tho bust hardening the muscles of tho arms filling out the logs and making the llosh tirin she is not going tho re sults of nor efforts bo hidden underneath a frock fulness conceals allthe beauty of shape thatshe has been to such trouble to obtain Herdross must lit like tho paper on the wall and she must look as if she had boon moulded into it An evening dress oi the period suggests a pair of tights with the logs made in one piece instead of being divided Tho waist is more than skin tight being drawn to the last degree of snugnoss and it extends only high enough to hide the bosoms voluptu ous which we have all read iu A wellknown young society woman who found her stock of sensationalen terprises running low actually under took to wear liveasps for bracelets after fashion of Beruhardt in It is well nigh needless to remark that the fashion was so unpopular thatthe woman had to abandon it ere she hillv tried its effect upon a largo assem blage of people Mrs Custor is ono of the most widely sought women in Now York society Though by no means a society woman and permanently saddened by the sad death of the General she frequently yields to the importunities of friends and goes forth to become the life and soul of tho circle that she chooses to ter Two classes 01 society hold out welcoming hands to this gifted lady The liteiary woild oh account of the excellent books that she has added to their Ubianes andthe social world be cause her name and family entitle her to enter its domains tt is said that Mis Custer suffers acutely in her own husbands Each pen stioko brings back tho past as vividlj asjf and had intencood be tween it and the pi csent A ft or au en ing of such hero and love Mrs Custor retires lo hei loom to walk thefloor till moruing The hygienic girl her clothes at night and on a niRht take the place ojf garment that she haswoYH day Tiie day gar ments are hung up and aired and put on in tho morning fresh and sweet and un jaded by a nights personal association body Tho union undorgar menfcs that extend from ankle to cbin are doing a good work inthis respect compelling the nightly exchange Night 4 PATJTY gowns are heavy warm and thick and very similar to bathrobes in fashion It is poor taste to wear bows and gew gaws at the neck of night dresses They do not enhance the beauty of a simple toilet cannot reiaairr single Ana thats tho truth There is something about them a youknowhowitisyour self feeling that draws men to her for pity sympathy and advice carefully tabulated shews tlie following reportof widows and marriages Under 25 years of age ono widow in ten waits until her three years of mourn ing have expired Under 30 years ono widow in twenty five waits the prescribed time Under 45 years and above 35 they do not wait at all but buckle on tal armor as soon as a desirable call is issued heard that Jay Gould and Mrs Maurice Flynn are to be married very soon New York women are wonderfully swell ai thH theater of an evening Small hats rule and those who are so uiilucky as to have a theater invitation overtake them when it is too late to go homefor a change of hats invariably remove tho oJlonsivo big headpieces aod sit with them Intlie lap The hair u worn plentifully and wraps are trimmed with minx swansdown eider or any fur that the lady can afford The purse strings aro all that limit expendi tures in furs this season You may be sure that every woman you see has on the verynicest fur garment that she can afford Theater dresses aro made as fancy as possible and tlie toilet is sug gestive of dinner rather than a public assembly In all Mrs FrankLeslies collection of jewels none prized by her as a cor taindecoration It is a gold me dallion surroundedby diamonds set like the rays of a star A gold buckle fastens this ribbon that is in tho Venezuela national col ors lii tho cause of humanity prog ress and civilisation this decoration was conferred by the Republic of Venezuela This jewel is worn by tho fair owner uponthe lecture In Washington a sensation was caused on tho evening of 1JMrs Leslies an nounced the declaration that owing to some irregularities in the busi ness to appear Tbe was refuuded at tho box ollice numbers of Mrs Leslies to her rooms at tho liiggs House where an in formal reception was held Mrs Leslie looked perfectly charming in pink crepe Around her neck a necklace much worn byher and always greatly admired for its value and unique brilliancy It consists of as large as a silver dime exactly and strung together so as not to show any gold setting Whenever sho is near Mrs Leslie always takes a rim tothe cityfor to her artistic workshop in the fiidfje building to y attached Thomas Bailey refused to rrito Christmas or odes averriug that his muse cannot be re stricted to time Its action be unfettered free The Connemara isanother garment be downed It is so handy to slipon so comfortable when once on soconvenient in concealing last seasons dress that both soul and body cling to it with a groat clinging The improved Connemaras have a band of eider down around the throat and are faced with a pretty contrasting color bordered with cider down With these cloaks is worn VERY FETCHING a toque always never a big hat The back of tbe toque istrimmed High and feather bands borderthe edge Very fashionable indeed are the menscoats with with scarlet or better still for cold skin One ofthe most valuable collections of diamonds in New York City is owned by Mrs Whitney wifeof the exSecre tary of the She has diamond necklace worth and solitaires as large as nuts One single diamond set m a pin is reputed to be worth Tbe entire collec tion is appraised at about Many of these gems weio the gift of Mrt Whitneys biother a Western oil king who adores his sister One of this geneious biothers gifts was the mansion on the corner of Fiftyseventh stieet and Fifth avenue which the wintoi residence At another time it a cheek for to be used m entertaining friends Mrs William Astor has a wonderful diamond necklace It is six stnngs deep and is set with no gold giv ing the diamonds the appearance of being strung together Mr Astor has lately had IT entirely reset and has re placed all the swallerand inferior stones with diamonds of surpassing brilhancv Mrs Astor iirely wears it as she is not overfond of personal adornment Both she and Mr As tor however rejoice in the possession of beautiful jewels and aicavilling to pay a fortune any day m the wcelv to obtain them taking the same pride in their ownership that they in a beautiful piece of EUvi land or Satsuma t i For some reason not yet rfully ex all tbesj halfmourning frocks arc made all in one piece running from the shoulder around the waist down to the bottom ofthe dress In this way they aro a little dressier than the plain waistandbasque stylo nd arc more becoming to figures both thick and thin Gray velvet sleeves very full are also added or sleeves of anythick material Those who do to buy fur sleeves may find those full velvet sleeves serviceable to wear with tho catty littlo capes that everybody owns nowadays JcnnessMiller awoke the other day to find herself famous In a brilliant scin tlillating moment she thought of devis ing a gown with adjustable waist and skirt warranted to lit all figures through all the fluctuations and varia tions of increasing adipose A word to the Jen nessMiller dressmaker and the gown was fashioned When lirst made itlooks quiet dignified and ordinary a sleepy sort of dress that uo one would look at twice But arouse that frock and it is awake all over A liulo rubber band loosens the sleeves the collar becomes freer in the same beautiful way The waist knows a marvelous elasticity by means of ribbons and bands and tapes and as for the front of the skirt there is abso lutely no limit to its adaptability The woman has yet to bo found who by any feat of prowess can get beyond the compass of this all encompassing gar ment Surely the halcyon days have come It is time once more to be plunged into darkness and left to grope our way back into the light of modern improvements The full blaze of this last now glory willbe overcoming and overpowering to the world of women Please get us ono of these gowns They Jamaica ginger handy to have in the house Wale Whitman is poor old and par alyzed He longer write Both mind and body But he occa sionally sends and good wishes to some paper arid is re warded by a the editor TN ONE PIECE seesfib to write He and Robert soll aro devoted dial ing widely in When you make chocolate now of an a littlo cinnamon on top after tho chocolate has been poured in tho cup It adds the same piquancy and charm that nutmeg adds to lemonade lemonjuicedoes to viehy sliced lemon docs to tea or tocomenearer home that salt does to an When your best young man is coming to soc you you will want your mouth and chin to bo as presentable as possible Prepare them after this fashion Rinse tho mouth thoroughly with camphor and water Thon rub alcohol lightlyupon tho lips and chin rub hard with the towel treat to a wash of perfumery and rub the lips with a rough cloth and then again with perfumery Now rinse the mouth withwintergreen or any sweet smelling herb The boys get themselves up lovely with bay ruin and cardamonseeds If very elegant they mix afew drops of oil of violet in the shaving water you detected it once in a while when youve boon right neardear Charley Of course you have You neednt answer Console your pangs of con science by committing tomemory the Spanish proverb the world is mado just like our own CAUKLTSSS W DOUKIIMJ are l warranted pair has his name and irice Htampcd bottom L DOUGLAS SHOE FIuo Calf and Waterproof Grain fhe excellence and wenririK qualities of i cannot be better shown than the strong eudorse rncuts of Its thousands of constant wearers Genuine Hauil an elegant and dress shoo whichcommends AfliiocaM Shoe dress for railroad men farmers etc AH made la Congress Ration and Lace direct to factory oncloslug prce end or a 6EORSE DUNFOBD AGENT OO E 1st South Salt Lake City Health is Wealth E C WESTS BWAW aguaraatced spsciflc tor jcs ConvuKions YuS Nervous I eu ilti Nervous caused by the uju yt ilcoiol or tobacco SfenUl De Softening of the ltriln resulting m m an tj aud leading to decay abd death Old Barrenness of Powr u cUliur sei Involuntary it orrhcea caused by over exertion oi tlje brain sclf aotise or over indulgence Each bo v con tn ins months treatment flabor or six fur seat by mail prepaid sfl receipt of WE SIX BOXES To Tire any i With each order by is for six boxes accompanied with wewJlJ cud written re nnl liio raonvT if treatment doon aot affwl Salt Olta o o i o o 0 O O GEO M SCOTT CO IRON STEEL IRON PIPE MINERS TOOLS STOVES TINWARE ETC AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF AXT RKTAIL DEALERS Belting Packing Hose Machinists Teols and Supplies Wood and Iron Work tag Machinery Blacksmiths and Saundry Tools and Machinery Mill Furnishings Pulleys Shafting Steam and Water Braai Goods Valves Steam Fittings Etc Agents for HORSE For Liehtnos Durability Speed Easo oT Dranpht It has no eqna among Ih toforo in us Beinp portable it IB oasUy transported over rough mountain on loiore part weighing more than 335 poundg Steam Pumps Buffalo Scales California Powder Works Hercules and Black Powder Capi CAR WHEELS Vacuum Cylinder and Engine Oil Jann A Roeblings Sons Steel Wirt Kope Stockholm Tar Pitch Eosin and Lubricating Oils WKUKfl WIRE CLOTH Speneer Kimbali STREET Ercrything in the Bmi Sboa Fitw Custom Work a specialty Kez Goods i AW LUW ANDERSONS iuion London Korthcrn ESTABLISHED the Following Leading Foreign and American Assets fiereaotih IrapcriaL Queen HambnrgSrcniea 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