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American Catholic Tribune (Newspaper) - December 24, 1892, Cincinnati, Ohio'J- ij.merican Catholic WBiW, ik* ■(!■( ■••. AMkMakata si (Haotiakll, «M PMUJrtpWr, tu fU. Bm. BUMp» «I es«tB|tas, Sf.« GvtaatbBi,    r«k—■!. Wm„ limnimii, tad., aad VHialii^ .X .i>9 VOL VIII.CINCINNATI O.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24 1892. NO A NEAT NEW CHURCH. ti&miier ol the Si. Feier ClaTer’t Tk« OoUr^    «Í    St.    Pawl    kav« Bnih th9 Strratara. Att4 Sunda/ the St. Peltr 01aT«r Oei ^re^tioB took Poseetitoi. SLrckb.ahop Irelaad Dedícete* tke Bdi-fice m4 Dolirer tke Secmom ! M«b*« s«<lalftf« ppooeeéed down the eeuter a»)« of tke ekorcb out the ^ treat ilooi and ar«vii>4 kke kiiOdm^, , a|pn«klso« Ike kteas£d water aa he went. Mteaing tke cbvrek again tke lifile pJwersaieB wennd its way arcMnd ike iaterier, the b> elate ' Eeaklerásg the water a»d I>r. Heffven reciliitg tke apprepaiaU prayers. 4>a euternig the eaBCtnary again the - arekki»hop r% sieved kis Testmeats, l«i^ kis JteaS ea tke left ef tke fJtar aad ti e >o)iffBa kigb mase begaa. íTatkor E. D. #0907 was tke celebran t ef thhi tet service ever kelil A Ptir;ifni Ezpcoitioa of Ckr.iiita Life b i* ikcehttacb; l>r. Heifron, e/ the The Baildii^    catbedral, deaeea; Fatker Jekn Law- _!cr, sakbcaeen; awd Mr, Pendergast, maeter of cerwmoaiea. It w., .    ^    Mxs,ni.r    »muius. •oeoe at tke aew ekarek ot vie    St.    *    1    1.    » i 1    j    t Pet«r CUtst c*i.irr,-2«t>*« wfae.    tke    Aj-ckWb«i»    IrelMd dehyer.d *e Ttoa. He    wa¿ m a pecaliarky bap- coogr«*giitioa edifice was beweg dedieaud restiT"    . ate*e beroei/smiled b^cbilv^P^ day. and «B tke ccocjioa, snd ike fiae mota came as once in ike aongaegatáeii be-sympaAv with b m I Tke senmoB wasdeSivereo in a ▼igA>r- lag «ve <'pr€ft«n ly for a .’argi ,    ,    i-    ,    .    ,    , - , eoaeonrse ti people w> fstbor la ikejf^    ^ ■ew ko.-« of woilkii».    «h^^gkoot-    F«IWwing tke St P. ter CVTer’. K>SeJit7 leted !”■    •"•*    = u e.beceto tke M«i/ort e.d «.tie.    «reck; fw:tie.ot«I. Fo!It ..e-ll.i<J o,    le    ir«»W    ko.d.    «or    free: ther. the people were of ;We C.t.t*-ian ? race but there was ao *iteaapl hi «ep* aralioe fro» thofo in whose cyexwihl I »    , *    .*    ..I-    seuis maHf' neitkor aaale H arit ail one is Cbriet Jek-iie. Fei eal God eeee in mensT uifc- ar.d IB nr.eii ip TBtereki held. Wbitos and bJacka» women, erewdrd »he p«ws «•pied obaira ia «b« aisles a<ore<fltocd *.p in every avaiiat'e place. Tke ii«w rci^2K t * me of tl.« «0 •rt m C atfat.Moe i* atitl on Anrora aveaae, lielween h'anii gton and V'ir* ficia, aLd is uae r>t .ho r.eaickrt t»f ir.e • mall cf nrcht a, in the ci'.y. in ihc ower    o f the bnl’dir^, bv'idt.^ ihe h« M. '    .11 paiaittts and ^t<•rflge| room f e lu<*¡, iLeie la a c< niniudieuh hah, which wüi be avahabie lor so wal lev entk rtainmcat.* and aori» tv ■¿«etincr®. Ihe «Lurch proper ia re.schtd by a flight of stair? in front, and aDOoihor rtigLt Kads to the Tfatty OB one aide in the rear. The inte rior    -    .    ,    . .f the edifice i. baiid.omely fiiiUhed . IB aub lued but warm tinte.and i? I'Grht We have ibem for ih«»'e among you who dosire thfm. Hot raeanwbde, ke it well understood, every Catholic church »n the city of át. Paul i« open to yon on eqnal terms with »be white ma . M^ke yonr « wri choice. Tee first pew ÍB the ci»thcd»al my he yofirs, as well as your white brother’s, »Bd, as th'Dgs are, for the ►ake oi stiung protest agaisst prejudice I wonld for my part prefer to see it occupied by a eolored men rather thaw by a white aaan. Ycur OWB special cborrh I f^edi* Cate today. I offer it to all the colored eo* le of 8i. Paul. Wbether you call yourselves Catholic or not. we w'sh you ro be at home beneath its roof. Come and see and bear and draw year own conclusions You will h© as free lo 0)F8gr< e if we do not convince rs you are to coiBC. 0> e tlrng is certain, onr hearts will go out to yor in w armeot affection, and cur hands will he ah ways ready to cla p yoars in friend-liest gr» sp. I would lead you to love d starve God, to love and » boy the Savmr, Christ Jesus. He thirsts for jour sobIs to mre them. I would pr©> pile them for His prure. In thf^ faith and the practice of (Tiriht’s leligion yr u nil' find peace of uarl, purity c»l livit g, the j ys of increas- You receive be- the «*.veaaoBÍc« w ar« hens ”r"    ^    y.    ,    ,;n    a-,a    «t.p racB    ^    CFS,    born    1^ m nnn me r>ri aad «e-l^® immortalily. All ols© ' accidontal, rraiueitat, and enters n* t into the macknp of hwBR;»n dejiS ly. Tko world had sorely dfiiart«d froni tbo imth IB this regard. Prih t n ] had tcinpttd the vtroi g to lilt them-l fclvea upward upon the miBs of the i wtak, and to cor.iidcr th»wi-elrf • ( end »h* Ii gs apur*    i i lieti i aired a k eiples OÍ jour»<'cia), held to iirnily and íIhíIv »rte<1 upon, will n aeh on SI.n r ni d rg humnni y and corn ci i* lo award ^ rrii love arid jus»ice. Yf n will I wild up f* r \<.iir irntroT^ tal s» Ills 1 it ’< • *f f 7 Í Í 1    1 f t we are and to vor.iidcr th»wi>» apuTt, whose own ap.ait im}> d contfBipt f(.r oil.cis l7h® Crivk TÍtW4.d tiie perpic of oth*rr c<^untric5 a.^- l arhaiuus; fht Roman hail no respi rt f« r oce who bore not the t tie of citizen 01 Korrie, and Greek and H».^man heM in d r»-bondage over one'-balf th« aaen who inhabited their cvrn lands. Christ came «pon eaiAc to rcgcnc' ea By nomerons neat stained g ass wáadows The main ahar is a very •haste de^^igB and nr odest ia size At yesterday m» ming's »civice it was kaad>om«ly and artii-tically decorated with fl wera, laced-trimmed altar «I0U s and giistening ca= deb.brom, in which many candles were burning, •aetiog a brilliant rad.ance all aroui d. There are two sido ahars, adome<l with statues of tke Tirgin and St. Joseph, respectively. These were also ligthed by eaodlee and added to the gooerpl pleasing effect. The i hoir is Kationeu in a gallery sitaated over tke front entrance, where the orgun aleo kas a place. The aoousiio prop ertiee|are perfeei, the pewe are guiit-leee 01 doors, «arc kas been uken to ee^ure sa isfaotory keating appara^ e^, aad altogether St. Peter Claver’s ekarck ie a credit not enly to Fat- er Caacy and his parishioners, bnt to There i« iieilhcv Jaw, nor^ fiare yon, my hrethern, le.urn V*know either h«*i!d. nor free. Tiie | Í to srrve Him in the iniere¿t errorr. He prcolain;ed the f aro’rn' {•rinciple that all men are chi dren of the same Father, redeen:ed by the same Savior, and brothers in one family Grecw; tu t ubhmc utteranrcF « J Chri?t*F rl< igu»n on the digniiy of hnrnan nature ar l the nnity of mackind prove its diiiui* origin. In the name of Chvi‘^t wo asffrabie today. For us there i^ neither Jew, nor Greek; neither bond, nor free. We are all children ef the Great Father oi alh This is a day which 1 have lonr:i wished to see, when I shonid be ahle «OKN TO LIVK KORi:ri K. the qi'Cftifn o ipic-^1 iiois for f ach rre of ii« in in \ih:-t htat** ar»-we to live during etriri«y h* j»-nd t e gri.Vi . Wf ;uc in o.;r ri ‘^f nt liV hhn* ing onr ciornal lif’i*. Uoav-en and hell pri-.-jeut no    tiie} are dimply c« i *t <ju< ríe»f Faith in God, uhedit n e to G"<1, pur¡iy of iivirn? pul u*- i the dir. rtion of (3» i' :i« d <4r d'* k'r.odoni. N< irh'Ci fJ G' <i irdiffen nee to His \j-nril aed U s ^aw, ] ride, Fen ii.ality, put us aw>;. fr'.T>> (O í?,    i reach h* II as sure as the avalanche moving down the alpine fllope rea- he the lowest pit in the valley. I would of yonr «ouTh salvation. Jy* f mi. be very fanrk with you. j would have f* r all th«‘Be rea.-onn lb»-children of the Catholic rhur- h. It is a Fcrii u.s matter bo choose a church. A church íh an instilnbi n for ihc leaching of Christ’e truths and the adm'nistrrntion of Chrisi’s saciaments. Any chunh, whichever O' e it raaj be, will tell yon'bat such is the purpose. Now, which St. Paul Tke ransiaal part of yeaterday's service wac pleaciug in tke kighest degree, the solo work being esp- cially seritoiions, and SBany a head wat. ÍBWokiatarilj tonicd to tbe organ loft ¡to dedicate in reiigioas iume a church iii St. Paul for the special aee of ray jchwicli will you choose to corarait eolered krotbers, and ia doing so j 10 its keeping yonr immortal sonls. give them a eoieraa proof of my and obtain for them the Hght of repert and love for them. From Ihe 1 truth and the refrenhiag de»v of ea lest days of my ysuthfal priest- grace? I say to you, rhooso the hsod I kave felt n yself drawn to i ehiwch whivh Christ the Lord built them, and as oppor unities offered * HiuMclf. For Christ Himself baht and other time.taking ••cupatk>ni Uis ohureh. 'fhe matter was too imv portoDt to be h ft to the chance de- Hi»* owH guidance, youd tt doubt HI8 OWjr GBACKS, for the apostles ef Hie church aad iheir legal sm cessors were by Him, the antkorizf-d ministers of thove graces. Where i» Christ’s church? The answer is easy. Where ia the old chun h, t e first church, theonly chiirrk that has lived long enough to be Christ’s? All rep y at once t * e Catholic church. All others are of reeuet growth, and were in iheir origin, one and all, departures from the Catholic church. The departures were unja»*titíed. They pre--*t»pposed, contrnriwis© to Christ’s promises, that His ch crh con Id have gone avtray. They were rebellious again-t Curist’s orders, which w re lhat all should adhere to Ris church. The were insults to His wisdom and powe*-, as they supposed that what ChriFt had fade to do, men could succeed in doing-giving a church that w uld ren.ain pure and unimprired. The name Catholic is the name she bo^e from her earliest years, a name telling the extent of Her mi-«i‘ n, and Her grandeur, (^'itholic ineana uiiiversal-the cknrck of j>ll nations, and ot all ages, »esum-iug in tf e one word the whole ch»'i^ I» r-“T< acK all nations, and behold I am w th }OU all Days. I'he Catholic chorch offers to col. oiv«l p ©pie the fullest recognition «d all the r r ghts as Chrislians and as !«♦ p, and offcirt to them her p' w'cr to have thoFc rights reco?»i»ized by itlu'Ts. There a-e ind'vidual Cv h olh-s s« }trcjiuliced against the color i d man as others JTe; hut Cutholics ;:rc So, ill spite of their principles, P' »ncipL s alw'.ays vmi k out logically. The ( atholii id.ii cli is the griindesi >chool the orld has ever seen of huin.'in ri. hts, human divinity and «•i\il aiid .-ocial equality. She it i-* w ho, in the p rson ot Paul sent biwk the shiv* Cifsin»uR lo Phil rn- n as a broth* 1- ill the Lord. She it »h that I uiiished slavery from European n.a ions. Xo one spoke ever in ih 11 • «leriug toi es again-t the African s avo tr;»d .as dul her nouiiffs, Today it i' Leo tliat is stirring up Eu rope to wi fistand in Afri a the traf-lie in men. It is the lamen»od Lavig-erie wh his distributed over the <leserts in* 111 sands of Christian crusa-<!ers -o iniei cept t- e vile trader a d Í.ÍVI* frtrdi rn to hi», vie iras. In no te'i.ple <lo b'ack white, s.arage and rivi 'zcd man come so closely together on -uch perfe t terms of equality as tht'y do at the communion rail of a Catholic hiirch. For the sako of all the right wh'ch ar« yours, and lor whicM you are struggling, I would have y» a to b« Catholic». DANia lAii WILIÜMS. Chicago PI*|iS4C(an Wfio Has Won lEminen-cd in Sür^ery. Member of tHa IHinois StataSoarci of Health and appointed on the Staff of the Wort*d*s Fair i»an»t-aryBoarcf-An Incentive to Progress. Biaiiop H. M. T’Airiier coiepkun^ that “soullioni»ni” in the yoaiig m<?ii of te-day. No gvcatet itKsofitive to a bmaking away ftx»m aocli te«de«cy oan be supplied out* youth tl aa A study of the iive^' of tíKííae who have carved for íhemselvn» a niche in the | tea»pie of famo. A ske*ch ot IV. {>. H. WilHams, ow'd of the most eminent and alw'ayji pratoisvd >lr ' J He laid ih© foaaJati#» Vs -av the .penuie» aad< dettare»'askC^-i» waste. Of a shrewd    he- süídied loewlities, e,-ri'    ;v    J    iu... eonditra. « ;cJ ea.sti<i valuii to prop» ent the value ié evcry witkfB eerturiu    íia**-,, 0 tí a ted and kowglrt ; t W figure», and d linm»'í-.vá; aiQiit on ea«b pi^*e »‘jf chaseiJ. Re Ito*» ai»-;« he-,'» ways t« jaaiBtaki a an la- '-liUdi ' TJw o •west: ^í^ií'vev. ‘ pw**-a-“ '4--siÍfc>Í2t surgeons of CKit^agri, affonls one of the best illusti’atíoiiíí in tlie countty. Daniel Hale Williams was horn in Hollidaysburg. Pa., .fan. IS, where he livod iiBlif bis tweitfch roar. His father’s kealtk failing, the fura if v went W’’e»t, to Janespille, Wisoonstn. After a few years kis mother rctui nod to t»>e East, learvinr» Daniel with tke family of Ohatles H. Andeison, who took iitely interfst in hi« welfare and education. They assiled and advised him all tliroiigo Uis «ciiool life as if ho were their own sou. He filiiy ed in an orchestra at night and alteudeil public school in the day until his'eighteeiitb year. During the THE TUBOGOGY OF THB THKEH MASSES AT O^iKISTMAS. permitted I kavo labored for them, and induoed otha ■ to labor for them. Tbrir lad lot draw m« toward tkean; my «en?e of jost’as ealisied rigB and chanco «kill of this man «r that, this regard for His own rev The ciistr in of c«*lebrating tbi>e« masses at ('bri'-imas dates back to the Very begiaipiigo» Cbistiamty,and we find the lL*i> Poniiff Teie»,.horsu while giving a *; i, •    ’•***•    ’‘iTi    '    *hi» CliristUn la..i, th. fl.e word ,v.r «preste*! >^! C.n w. .«r r.P.M th.t w« r.doeH • Kaafo, aho r dire tor, aad Mi«« #ri«weld, «rgaDÍst, deserve eommen-dati n for the «ucee»? aolñeved in a •e eaiisied me in : elation and His own spiritual treas- regulating t hv* hour» ^ their Sf-rvio^. I saw the n ia ilavery. •* iires, not to b»aiid for tht^ra with His rjjasons f r th triple solemnity. s to be sung at mid-. Oh, th X in this C'kristi.^B age, ai d own hands ib« ship of stale wh eh was to «any them down to all age*» ia all iiines ovev the ^tormy waters of th« iTOrid’a ocean If i* were a of takinir un a kni “ r    w*'”    .uffiaently rep.M • r ife , a.    i.i    brother *i»u to be . obattel, and j    <]ueeiieii of taking tip it nnwi.B boug t and aold kim for our own ;    «hureh, it would not be a matter of base profit. America at l-st struck .    much concern which one it abould down his shackles, but it lack's t; this j    bo. In fact, in hypothesis of that day the courage to be logical, in the !    kind, 1 would adriso rather the building up of one to suit ourselves vooal aad iastramental wav. A<l the •iageté are alike entitled to credit Followirg are ike member» of toew. •koir:    Noll    and    Finley; i    ** Mimeo BUs.iiit. .Milan, P-er»a« Moffot, Bowser, Powers, O’Keefe and Barker; Mttars, Hanks, Taibot and Ward. THk BKDiCaTI^V CatCMOHIUfc. w \ Fromptdj at 10:30 Archbishop Ire land, preceded by a cross bearer, ao-olytoa, the pw-tor «Í the chuek aad bis a«ftifltoB»a, oa^ered the senctuary. Boforc aasuoaiBg his oeremoBval robes llto arehbit-h«p explained to the e»>n gregavioB the tignifis;;n«e ef the 00-easioB. The ble^sing of the ehuroh, k« said, sigr.iflfd iu setting apart from all preface parve-es to tlie di» visa Mrvio«, iU ded cation to religions ••««. It was an «ficring of Al-miffkty God as a taetiaaony of grati tooc for tho ÍBeettmable blcsMugs k« kaa ooBfcrrcd on hii ehildren. Tke cbjcot of the praTcrs oflere*! oa •Dob aa cecofion was to iavoko di-viao mercy and geuerositj. As the akorah shotUd be a temple to receive Hltf graoe, to praoerve it pure and aadcfilod. Being roked for the corcmony of de dIostioB, wearii g the mit» r and oar-ajiag «rooisOf^tke arohbishop, pee-oodod by tko or ss koarov, aoolyios, pastor of tko ehaiwh aad aesisting ^«ato, aad fioUowod tko boontHiil PuoBoo CuorBixT TO Ohb Bwse the ©olored mt.n as if be were an in-- by ©urselfes, For wo know Just what we would like; we would make -    .    , .    .    ,    V    *    .    .    *^®d    as    oorafortable    as    our f.rwr being, wilh_wk<.« ««n»**!* 1d.mand- Bnt i* • «« not bee. were degradation. We are as emali-minded aod as small-hearted toward feilowmen as the ludia brahmins. In no oiviliacd oountry m Soalh America or in Kur<*pe can you find men socially branded as in tho United Stales for the simple acoident of shades of eel ring on ihe faoe. I rejoiced in my soul wken slavery ceased; I w il rejoice in my aoul whoo this social prejudko shall oea-o, and meauwhile I will work in the BnUie of humanity, religion and p*-.» iokism to kil it out. The okjedioo may be mado that, in dodioating a oburch for 'he special •se of the colored peopl»*, I ans my», aelf yielding to this prvjudioa which I am o^iidc>fiinÍDg. There is trath in tke objection. In pnneiplo there should bo no special cburohes fov the oolored man or for the white man. Both should kneel bvfure toe •ame a tar and sit apoa the seat. Separate ehurekea are not to bo perraaaent institotioaa. For tho time being, in view of eoodit oas whiek left to ourselves “I will build my church,” said Christ. “On this rock 1 wyi kuild my ohureh, and the The first m»--• lb -H*-f>nd at early dawn and the t^iir*l iu . ti*- light of the risen sun. The-e iiour r> irmoaine with the lit-nrgical .cier of the three-fold saerifiut- on i hi^ day, bnt they are not esseriii i I » • he iuterpretatioa of its *( i'lg, ao 1 hence the ,ri'»y, for good reason, I at any hour between • < n, even in iramedieaie »' oe Hrevisry, however, :>». -nokcd upon »** a part »    »»c t'anon, inasiuaeh •ii'tanily refer to ihe «Mi in the etsolesiasii* mystK^I *r* »hrBi. m«' be celcbr«¥ sunrise .-m snccessi»*! which »»    .    • of the Ell as its rii mas^ o* u * eal cyt'le, k «uumier nuyfifehs he worked at aiiy-tbing w ich would turn a hoatst pvuny. At cugLtt-en be euierad the Janesville Chirif-ical Academy and remained till his pmduation, wliori e entered the office of Surifeon-Gtuerai ilaiiry Paltuer in 1887 to Ntiidy m* dicirie and surgeiy. Here lie cloi^cly applied hicostdf for two ycaiv. 1m 187U he matriculated at the Chicago .Mwiical College and after four years of exhitusiive sttidy, graduated in 15D3. Dr. VViliiaras now opone.1 an office at tile corru r of Aiichigan avenue and riiirty fírí-t street, and for ten years iias liao the same locution. Thi.s is 111 liie wo dlhiowt residence part of the oily and Dr. Williams ijas built up a magnificent mixed practice. His pa ients lange from the aiistocrade wliiie residents of Michigan avenue to the poorest Afro-American. During til is time be has neizerl evei*y «•pport niiy to perfect bimsolf in the stu fy of Ins specialty —surgery. In abdominal surgery he is the peer of aiiy smgeon .11 Chicago, and has been rem.irkably suceesful with his cases. Dr. Williams success in his profession is to be attributed to hard persistent siudy; he shirked no work how* ever Ifborious, for a mastery of his profession; he served L>ngapprentiee-stiip in the dis ccliug roomT and did mm.h unpleasant work connected therewith, before the human body witk all its complicated mae dnery of bone, blood and muscle become to him an open book. He then became to Demonstrator of Anadomy at tie Alma Mater. Besides his large pract*. ice. Dr. Williams is physiekin to the P otestaut Orphan Asylum; sur¡jeon of the South Side Dispeasarj;'to Pi evident Hospital and is on the staff ef euTgeoDS employed by the Chicago City Railway Coaipa»y. The Provident Hospital is tke enly Afro-Amei icau institu ion among them. would dear the eiese>t vv.-líg-ivvrím,. and kusÍBess deali; tii- r.har-actei izod hy honesiy an»I ,    í.ít.‘^s‘., Iti*. Wiliíaaa» net, <»idy. be r hise kenot s ■ftcdcKtly^ ito i> ver;* L*yat to, and aetivelT    iiii.‘érv Biovemcnt for r:a-e    far frOM rlisew’ »g 1 ire r*. lari* >ki or praotioing exyl jsivent^ss, wt vor fails to «ge ki.-. wiffticiice f»!>v pro.-«■iftgntfoB ef xhsit: wLTeu j- praur.ipal and profitaWe. He took it»- arijve* .interest in tke Fr. hl iis kegiinwi«g auT ) d* no* murii toward esekiag it- cet'd, :i« a r€s«k of wbk-h tbc raci    a    Í«*sp^ ita: at whiek jomng ' a*** and riHrses ean se«»iv- lb-    iug^ toev are denied elscwh* ?v. La,-1-, hut ky ne meatts lea<, D;-not o*Iy held iu medical profe»Á¿e» wf . ity, hut he has the re fidencc oi his raee. of the race everywfee . and receive inspi/atioii • did an euamplt of wer.i. this skr;tcii is .-^ivcn. T‘i * » r ike ra^e 1>3' tlvcir ]i\'» of all honor and appi’e their example oi emuL'J.i A(J€. iiirro- H Its, u> t y the ate »id r i>Ki y.,-uih a u, T. n, liU.y know :ii sOF|>feii» (xiCHly cirf n*ht> hoi\' Vr'onby r;i ih », aiMi MOCH-LO^EO Píiílií liWuilSVillK il ki'iaiaiifl. . .1- *.i Great work in idaaclpisf-a His Appointrnent to zho S©»*i <srf Cloveliind Causocf itringloiA Joy and Sorrow. TFrtorwe» ofSamual J. Randalf- K'.,, liev. Ignatius F. ILyrttiíCüjB'/, .1 , - . , -    1    low Third. ----  ^------- In addition to all tkis, he has a chiss gp^nt there he was transferí ed t D. D., Bishop of Clevei»nd, 1» sz Philadelphian by binb and eduea^ánau Besides this he enjoys the tkm ot being one of the joungesl,. air; he is one of the most learníd of Mja) American hieraiecby. H© in that part cuiar dislrk t of tke Quaher City knewn as Bouthwibrk^ on December 16, 1D40. Th© ii^mre-Bishop was a little toddler of # years w hen the Native Ainextoact riots disgraced the city of his bisfi&L. He showed eviden#© of future taleiUr at a very early a^e, and someearrt^ was taken with his edncatlon^ When about in bis 12th year he sent to the private academy of MatMds* Chairier ao 1 her daughter, Cleraeutine, on German street, W After a few 3’ear» weB » d at the end of Martins gates of hell shall not p. evail against OtiriMu» • }«at the first mass is to Ik” He appointed the anwstles to b« be said**'t me.Jiam noct«m;”thcn ralcrs of.Hie chnrcb, Uis teaoliers, and the distribnion of Uis graces “As the Father sent me, so also 1 send you;*’ “Go ye,therefore, teach all nations; and, behold, I am with yon all days, even mnto the ooiisu-natioB ot the world.”' Mind you. He built his ehnreh to Uet natil the after Pri.iui *ruit:h is to be recite 1 “su m*» m •!*** ” bt-n rubrics mention that thn -< o- -»» mass is to be said ,,in Aurura;** and the last mass f Hows upon the 'eriiaii »ii ef Tierce. h«)u»s are ny >olical, inas uueh as hey repree^ut ttie saooessive stages of Obrist’s o**ramg into the w*>rld, nam» end: just so long a© there bo souls to ^^7» l^he Pvtriar» hal, the Jewish'and to be saved. His church tives tbrotigh ages, lives to today accord-ieg to the promise; and her, I say to you, efaoose as jeur mother In clinging to a human ehnrcb yon will never rise nbove its sonroe, the ear h. To reach to the sk ee yon need a ehnroh whose feet indeed temok ihe earth, but whoee brow dips into the very snnre of parndive. in Christ’s the Chnsiirtn di-pensation.—tiev. H. J. Heii'-er, in Am^ri^an JBkoU^im-sHcal Htwitto, The yenr draws to a eloss and we need mon«'y to meet our obligations. We would thank all subseribers who areindobte ( to as if they woald re mit • yoB »^oh ChriM Hin„elf, „„„o. th« jegmlw aoBual Bub-and reeeive into you* sonls His Di    ^ we do not neeep^ but which we must    His    tmths,    fer    His    ehnreh •oBiider. separate oburehes are more    j,    ^    and    under preAuMo fer the oolomd people, ine life. Tom are eertain in tke pon-, We need tke money or we wonld not take tkis ni- tho 1 of asking fer ia. ' or money in frivolity or in sooiety, in Bitrgerj in the Chicago Medical ColDge. The subject of this sketch is also on© of the seven memoera ol the Illinois iStoie Board of Health, and Chicago, the largest city in the State, is his die trice. No physieian, bow ever eminent, can practic ein Chica¿íO without the 8 gnatnre of Dr Williams on his oericficaie of license. Several Southern white physic ans have tried in ©very way to get tho permit without having to be examined aud passed upon by that “niger.” One absolutely refused to make application when he found there was no other was save trough Dr. Williams. There wa* no other waa whi h he conld have told Dr. Williams* Afro-Anier ean line»i** ge, for the doctor is .as white as his J objector Farther token of the esteem ' in whiou Dr. Williams is regarded I in medical circles is that he has re-, eently been appointed on staff of physioians of the World’s Fair Sani tnry Board. When toe doctor b^gan his pratíce he bad not five dollars in mouey and was entirely without resources. He pays taxes now on eighty tonsand dollars worth of Chicago real estate, I not the least item of which is the handsome block on Dearbprn street. It is a four story brick pil divided in'o handsome ffats, occupied by Afro*Americans. This saccess is no more than is within the reach of I every yon g man who is ambitions ' nble, energetic and econom cal. Dr. Williams never wasted either time Mk Vernon Grammar Scbcol, proving oi e of the most apt pupils, an^ being speedily promot d to the Boy% High School, wh»ch kizs beea alumni oi so may distit gmished adeiphiaus, Araung his elasgmates there-, sjaS. some that immediaely p« eeeded smsfi to lowed him, were such men aas Governor Pditit*on; George Harding-, the most fauions patent law\er im Ameriea; the late Htwis C. Cassidy» áwit mey General of the State «f Pennsylvania, and the greatest erios»^ inal lawyer of bis time; the late William V. McGrath, 8t*te Trens»-nrer of Pun» sylva ia; Judges Micki e&l Arnold and James T. Mitebedi^ 8. Kdwiu Mcgargee, the talented! young la *yer; P, F. Rothermal, sois of the distinguished painter of tkfi^ “Bailieof Gettysburg; William Mj-8ingerly, t >6 publisher of the Phil— adlphia R%ayrdy George H. Bokerj, the poet; George Alfred Townsend, tne j >nrnalist; Ingatius Donneil the author of the famous Baeon-Thakespeare coQtr*)versy and a br^ ther of Miss Blt*auer Donnelly, ihe^ poetess; and Oharb s H. Cramp, of’ the fantOBs shipbuilding firm of ^al name. : ' SKNT TO 8TÜDT IK BOMK The subject of this sketch gntdi Dated from the Central High Schoek in 1867, with aa average of fffi.ff» He was then ^etlt to tíie college ak Broad and Filbert streets, and on ex pressing a deternaiaiiioa to 'ékter (Cantiiiaed oq 2Bd page.ji

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