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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Brooklyn, New York "1 a if i a y 8eb�fflggeni t a a Quot a a the Brooklyn daily Eagle. Vol. 51. No. As. Brooklyn. Monday april 6, 1891.�?six pages. Three preachers honouring his memory. It. C. C. Lsi-h5 by graphical and his Marieal Addrain in the Fleet Street bet admit episcopal a iwo Chi tributes to a departed Torker. The Lay preachers Aud a Lane congregation assembled last evening in the Fleet str cot methodist episcopal Church to take part in the memorial services in memory of the late her. John Bowell who died two weeks ago at the Ripe old age of 70 years. He was the last of Tho charter members of that Church. His Pew was draped in mourning and on the platform Woro seated the revs. O. C. Leigh Richard Sioke Sou and Thomas Sherwood while beneath them Back of Tho rail wore the Llevis. Job <2. Cass Aud James Clayton there was a full choir in the gallery and after it had Sung a jeans Lover of my soul a Aud the hymn commencing with a Why should our tears in sorrow flow a president Leigh read the following history prefacing it with a few pertinent remarks in this memorial service of our departed and beloved brother John Koa sell who continued for forty seven years a faithful preacher in the new York and Brooklyn local preachers association preaching Tho gospel in these two cities without Auy pecuniary Reward we think it a proper to How Tho value of this order of Lay preachers to the world Aud a few reasons Why the Church should encourage and in Ortuso their numbers. Brother Roks ii became amp Christian in Liis youth joined Tho m. E Church Aud . Licensed by that body to preach the gospel he was at that time in very Humble circumstances. He had none of the glitter and polish of the school men and had they sat in judgment in his Ca an did the grand Sanhedrin on Peter and John they would have declared him to be a unlearned Aud ignorant Man but no More so than were summer Fuhl John n. Maffit Adam Clarke and Many of incurs that time will not allow me to name who under the Drill of methodism became very useful men. Our Church Nevor did com dior the plan of salvation so diff Only to under stud that none but the most Learned could explain her mysteries which ure so simple that a child or a wayfaring Man though a fool could understand birth of methodism in tins country was very simple anti natural w without any flourish of trumpets. A poor Irish Emigrant a Carpenter by Trade opened his doors of the sabbat in and invited his Leigh Bora to join with him in the worship of god. They Sang hymn and prayed together. He read a chapter in the Bible Aud Czuni ested on the text Ano Tju hymn and prayer and the congregation a tas dismissed. The congregation kept increasing Niril his rooms were too Small. Thou they hired a sail loft and afterwards built a John Street. Thus a Church was formed by the people the services conducted by them even the preachers empowered by this poo Piu to go Forth Aud preach the gospel. This mod of a Church was copied by Tho people and now you will find churches located in every state in Tho Union. The differ in t branches of this work of laymen number in this country alone some live millions of members Jaud All this has been accomplished in a Little Over a Century. The other denominations have pursued quite a different course Aud consider it a necessity that a preacher should have a collegiate and an Occie spastic amp a education Aud to set apart in a formal Way and commissioned by a presbytery a conference or by the hands of a Bishop to give him Tho Divino right to preach the gospel and invite sinners to come to Jesus. The two systems have been working together in this country All those years. Mark the result. Let me Call your attention to another successful work carried of without Tho Aid of Learned no Hooiman somewhat after John Wesley s . Some Twenty or Twenty two Yoars ago an Humbie an a influential Luau but full of Faith and the Foly ghost mud Zeal for the master began preaching to drunkards and thieves in the most degraded part of the City of Loudon in the Public Street. For a time they mocked and Tico fed at the preacher but he continued to warn the ungodly and urged them to come to be us who died to save them. A soon one then another seriously listened until scores and then hundreds were crying for mercy. They sought the lord in prayer and Tuii Deuce and found forgiveness and salvation irom sin. In their first warm love they joined this Man of god and became zealous 111 warning their wicked companions of Tho terrible consequences of a life of sin and the peace and Joy of a religious life these helpers soon to creased to a Large army enrolled Umici the Banner of the Cross. Last year after a careful count they found they had 2,874 societies Aud 89�o outposts 9,410 officers wholly engaged in this work to de 23,009 local preachers who were holding 49.818 meetings every week. This army is now preaching the gospel in Twenty nine different languages in Europe Asia Africa and America and Tho islands in the sea. They published last year Aud circulated 33,000,000 religious weekly papers and monthly magazines and have become the largest and most effectual Homo and foreign missionary society in . All this Lias been accomplished in loss than a Quarter o a Cunt try by simple common so he laymen without the Aid of pompous school men or Learned and titled ecclesiastics. By the Aid of the Bible fervent prayer and the holy ghost and such historical facts every Christian Layman should Stop Aud consider what he or she Cau do. Am i doing my whole duty to the Church and the world by simply attending and paying my proportion of inc expense of Church service and leaving my pastor to perform All the strictly religious work that needs to be done in the Community where i reside and to have All my time devoted to myself and family no Leisure to look after and invite the hundreds of thousands in our City who never enter a Bouse of Prayor but who would accept my kind invitation should 1 give them a Christian Welcome to attaud religious service our beloved brother was like you. A Layman engaged in his business in supporting Bis family. But at the same time he Felt it ins duty to Gotland humanity to devote All the Trinu he could possibly spare to give his talents and his influence in calling the thoughtless and ungodly to repentance. In this work lie was Cou tautly engaged from the time of his conversion until to fell asleep in Jesus. Remarks were made by All the Lay preachers present highly Eulogi Stic of their dead brother and after More hinging Tho services ended. The apostolate of Peteit. Isis Pruni Lucice no evidence that a amp cd Vas itis Liep of a come the tvr Euty second Sermon of Tho Courso on a the beginnings of christianity was preached in the Tompkins Avenue congregational Church last evening by Rev. 11. R. Meredith d. The topic was the a a Post late of Peter a Aud the text was from ii pet or i l. The doctor spoke substantially follows Tho Western shores of Galileo Aro among the Moat remarkable localities o history Tho natural beauties of the Region Are Groat. The Bius Waters of the Placid Lake form lining Mirror it sloping shores and lofty Hiilis. Garnished with splendid vegetation. But the charms of these localities rest not alone nor chiefly in their natural Beauty. A higher interest attaches to them than any that nature can impart. The shores of Galilee were the scenes of the redeemer mighty works her Hills echoed some of his most precious words. Here those men who to a turn Tho world upside Down were first gathered to him and those mighty currents which have changed the moral life of Mankind had Here their iou Utain head. These shores were in the time of our lord the abode of a numerous Ami population. Nine cities arc said to have bordered the now solitary Lake while the Fertile Plains of Gonik Saint and the Uplands beyond were crowd j i h town mud Yil Lugus. One of a he most Impo Taat of these Lake Side towns was act Haida inhabited principally by Piru Penuen. Here about the time of christs adv out lived Joua pursuing the toilsome vocation of a is Kennan. No further Nion in cation is male of Hitu in the sacred history than that he was the father of Andrew and Sonnon. He had probably passed away before the period at Winch ins two sous arc introduced in the Gosp. I narrative. Use Brothers were i Cipes Oij in i the . Us preaching had p Tum Tor the Recu Tiou of the Fuller truth Aud they i Vudis. Embraced a he service of the teacher to whom no gave witness. The store of their introduction to h told with graphic simplicity by the evangelist John. The first uis Cipis who our attached Uick suites to Jesus were Andrew arid John the Tilini Peter As t e fruit of Andrew s fraternal Rispa buy. Tradition him As being at this a undo about 40 years of age and Hie senior of Andrew Manv of the fathers regard the age of i oter us like of reason olins nomm nce among the apostasy. Al this time he was a married Man. Living at Capernaum. Us ins Early and training no a re und nothing. If he lid not belong to the hoc of the Phi Arices lie was div ply imbued with their nodes of thought and Rhand the , me Trao Tiona nope.�, and Tut narrow principles of his country men. After interview pc Nils lie seems t o Riniya returned to i Home and resumed Lus budnc.�. There Home months later the Martin a mind him with Andrew in their boat and Sari of like in a cum be utter me and 1 Wili make you to no to to list j. Of the two Brothers took Jesus at a ii word. Tin y leu All to him. Micue Ciortuz Tili the very last night of his hic m by he constant companion. Shortly after came that higher Honor the dignity of apostle nip. After a whole night a pent in i layer our lord chose twelve Mes Fri the company of i us a in mules to in his apostles Pitnu Euto the fact a of life death i suns action and . And founders of is a Miro. Their office was unique. J u Marks to. A intercom a a Ltd Christ. Old by Iii Seif and the Power to won. Miracle., in Union of the character i lies them from uttry other m a. 1 i / have had no successors and Vry re never designed any. Within Timeir Circle almost eve div. Is ii of character loud its Type. Maturity Ano Luik Lui pm us guess and prudence sous of t ii i a i air r a Aud of Coil Sola a on a finite. In the apostolic brother Lwood. Even Judas Iscariot was o. A and another its far from Tibuc Ivury a pm from Polo a. Simon la Eter. In Idi do is of tue apus ties Given too new to Csc a Lii ont pc i a , either because of seniority or or special ii Tulsa mud prominence a faiths first i a inc to Wijt Man to invent bin Char a or , nut Pilch interest is much enhanced by me a part which lie sustains in gospel Iii tory. Lit to be in a Large mijo tue rope Ltd native and of Ihm is seen in l e great the Way to Cesarea paid Inisi. By Christ a be too t . To All tile rest confession on. When challenged speaking for ail tue , to acknowledge him us the Bou of urn living god. This has Streci relation to l eters Apostolato and to Are worthy of careful examination. Tim Postis were travelling with the Muster when he and duly put Tho True Siou Wuo do Iutin a Tirui the rum a in Man is a tin in reply Audi Calcii that to Eft was great Tiv cavity of opinion among the peo fic Cou Cernig jts Siim. But our leu Jav ques thou a some to another a Hilt a he not puts a but Wei a May be that i a Quot inter ans ared but he spoke for Ali Tuo a sties att relic cow 1st, the Bon of the jiving pm a to need a Tio a was put to the i Reive . And the an incr be taken in the . A so of 1 that fid is. to spoke to Ali through their Ivan bunt live. �?o1 non Art Peter upon thu Rocki win Liui my our Ujj and tin Etca of a Laden a a Hail not prevail Kadi Tibt it. I will give unto thee the keys of in of it Uvea. And whats a r Jihnu built uni Dart ii Bhaji be bound in m , Ami thou a Holt Loose on Earth in a in Ioe Moat Iuva a prot Tiou of these words is that which refer Luein to Lvir. Iii name sign Flod a Lotau and our lord taking the term flu Raively in his Job uni Way a ays a upon this Stone i will build night ii urn meaning unquestionably not upon i. Tier a person but upon Peter a Atli e and teach aug. To is not Apo Ken of a amp Man but Man in big Jjose Oil office it Wai to Avii Nesi for a a a a idd Rodhy a but amp a the re Dre Feii native of All Tho postus. They had ail joined in the a Rue cout estion they Jia i been pronounced bi6bed in Thi Blessing pronounced up Peters tits bad no Beau taught has a by Felt a Aud blood Ana now Pater a name is used figuratively to show that they were All collectively in their office and teaching to be the foundation of the Christian Charob. And Thna the passage a in entire Harmony with that of Paul. A and Are built on the foundations of the Apo Atlea and prophets Jesus Ohrla Himbert being the chief Cornerstone. It corresponds also with the representation of the pity or Church of god the now Jerusalem which had twelve foundations bearing a the names of the twelve to titles of Tho the Emblem of a the keys would be a familiar on to the apostles for in the ceremony of constituting a rabbi or doctor of tha Law a key was Given to him As an Emblem both of his ability and obligations to open the meaning of the Law and he wore it As a badge of bin office. A used by our lord the figure very naturally expresses Tho opening of a the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven by Public teaching. This is Oie arly indicated to be its meaning by what follows As to the Power of binding Aud Loosme. With the jews these were the usual phrases for declaring what was lawful or unlawful what was binding upon menus consciences or that from the obligation of which they were loosed or free. Under these terms therefore our lord gave his apostles authority to declare the Laws of the gospel dispensation under Tho guidance of Ilis own teaching and the inspiration of the holy spirit which authoritative declaration of the conditions of salvation to Promise. Should to confirmed in heaven. As one of the favored triumvirate chosen to witness the Moat solemn and glorious developments of Trio Moss Ialie Stife Peter watched the August ambassadors of heaven As they held counsel with his lord on the mount of transfiguration and heard the sighs of him whose a Sou was exceeding sorrowful even Nuto death a in the Garden of Gethsemane. But Tho Honora which wore put upon him did not prevent his playing a weak and faithless part. The time of trial came Aud to denied his lord. He repented bitterly and was forgiven freely. But to must have Felt that lie had forfeited his apostolic commission. It was restored to him at Tho sea of Galileo after Tho resurrection. The change wrought in him by the descent of the spirit on the Day of Pentecost is Moat remarkable. He still holds the Foremost position Aud continues to do so As Long As the Church s Center of operations is Jerusalem. After the Council in that City and the conflict with Paul at Antioch the history of Peter fades into the Uncertain Haze of tradition. Very Little of his subsequent proceedings can to gathered from his of Pitlos. There 18 an intimation that he preached to Tho jews who were scattered in pontus Galatia Capadocia Asia and Bithynia. Tho occurrence of the word Babylon in the first epistle has led Many to believe that to Laboured in the parthian Empire. The theory of Peters episcopate of Twenty five years in Rome is entirely at variance with All credible information and chronologically impossible. Indeed it is extremely doubtful of Peter Ever resided in the Imperial City or saw it. Tho historian Luke never mentions it though he records the travels of Tho apostle to Lesa important places. Paul makes no reference to Peter direct or indirect in uis letter to Tho romans or in his letters from Rome. It is hardly possible to reconcile this silence with the theory that Peter was the Bishop of Rome Aud dwelt in that City. But whatever May have been the scene of Peters later labors it is the testimony of credible and Universal tradition that they ended at last in martyrdom. Fine ecclesiastical Ware. A Ilick and Liestal gift o or la a in i Rauley a Church. Tho services in St. Luke a protestant episcopal Church Clinton Avenue near Fulton Street the Rev. Or. E. N. Bradley Rector which Are being hold in the Chapel Peu Diug Tho completion of Tho Church proper were devoted Yos Torday to the children. Or. Bradley preached Aud the elaborate music of easter sunday was repeated. Through or. Bradley St. Luke a Church was the recipient of a magnificent easter gift. It consisted of six pieces of solid silverware Aud a brass font ewer All of which Woro used for the first time on easter Day. Tho ewer is studded with rubies. Tho silverware is a set of collection Olato and an alms receiver. The plates Are very heavy. Each one bears an appropriate scriptural sentence of its Edge while in the Center is Tho inscription a give unto the lord a encircling a greek Cross. Tho alms receiver however ii the most elegant and costly piece of Tho whole gift. It boars the inscription a pc stye into the Treasury of the lord and to will pour you out a in the Center is a Reli oyo in Gold of the adoration of Tho magi. The scone in the rude Birthplace of Christ showing Joseph standing behind Tho Virgin Mother Aud her child is pictured while the Throe Kings of the Orient Are opening their treasures and presenting their gifts unto Christ typical of All offerings unto god. Between this artistic representation of Tho adoration of the magi and the inscription Are four medallions of the evangelists also in Gold. Or. Bindley Boliere there is no finer ecclesiastic no silverware in any Church in this country. The gift further comprises a Large credence Paten for holding the broads before their presentation and administration. A sergeant John Don Lon. He gets present Aud kind word f front is in it leu policeman John Donlon who was promoted from Tho position of Roundsman to that of sergeant last monday and was transferred from Tho tenth to Tho eleventh precinct was Given a pleasant Surprise at 2 of clock saturday afternoon. He was visited at his Home 245 Duffield Street by about Twenty five policemen from Tho twentieth precinct representing the first platoon of the tenth precinct and the mounted squad. These men know him Well. Some of them had been with him when his bravery had been tested others had slept with him for the Twenty Yoars that he had been on the Force and they had ail worked under him during the past two and a half years which he had been connected with the tenth precinct As a Roundsman. They had come to of press their regard for Bis Worth As a follow officer. Thoy brought with them a sergeants Cap helmet Belt and stick to Helo him fulfil Tho duties of his higher office and also a Beautiful Meerschaum pipe that after labor his rest might to More Complete. Policeman Casey was spokesman for the mounted squad. There was a committee of five from the first platoon to see that Tho tilings were properly presented. They wore policemen Creighton Wilson Kelly Martin and Scanlon. Or. Kelly did the talking. Sergeant Doulon was deeply moved by the Nauy kind words raid to him. He briefly thanked his friends and said lie hoped his record might always be such that men under him in office might think Well of him. Alderman i in Kering sued. Ciar sister ill Law Tauf 81.0,000 Dain Gen for Mbel mrs. Kate Pink orig Chilom a school teacher at Glendale l. I., has for some time Felt very much aggrieved at certain statements derogatory toilet character which War published by her brother in Law Alderman Richard Pickering to a publisher of rho Long Island record Ardail Vance in East new York and saturday afternoon she brought suit for $10,000 against him for libel in the City court. The alleged defamatory articles appeared on March 7 and 28, and according to mrs. Pickering s complaint they sought to connect her in some Way with Tho suit for divorce instituted by mrs. Anderson against her husband w. 0. Anderson s. Deacon of Tho East new York Baptist Church. Something be it in Gus. E. , who resides at 103 twelfth Street this City was rather disagreeable surprised at breakfast Friday morning to find something in die line of snakes protruding from a boiled egg which he had just cracked of an. On examining the part sticking out from Tho albumen by Tho Aid of a pocket Microscope. Or. Hirsh discovered the something had a Well formed head which settled Tho doubt that a Horsehair had in some mysterious a us incr gotten into Tho egg. The egg was forthwith taken to the Long Island College Hospital where or. Hirsh inquired in rain for information but when he called again later in the he was presented with a Small phial containing alcohol in which was the worm nicely coiled up. The faculty informed him that it was a full grown parasite nearly 3 inches Long which had been coiled up in the albumen alone no part of it being in the Yolk of the egg. The parasite is of about the thickness of an Ordinary Needle. Milliston alumni . The arrangements have been completed for a reception and dinner to or. William Gallagher principal of Vii Liston Seminary Easthampton mass., by the former pupils Ami teachers Ros deut a Brooklyn and Vicinity. Tho Dato Haa been set for april 15, and the place appointed is Delmon icon. Fifth Avonzo and Twenty sixth Street new York. The reception will commence at g 30 and dinner will be served at 7 of clock tickets for which can be had of Edwin e. Jackson jr., 140 Broadway Newyl a. Among those who have Sig Niaud their into cum of being present Are the Rev. Or. Richard i. 3t.>nv., William 0. Whitney sex Secretary Oil the Navy the Rev. Or. Goorge s. Bishop judge George p. Andrews and More than forty other. Tho com Airlee a Henry f. Dimock Oeth e. Thomas amur h. Masten Mason w. Zyier James l. Bishop and Edwin e. Jackson or. Skull cd to Slid a Sledge. Ferdinand Sable aged 42. Of 252 president Street met with a probably fatal Accident saturday aider Oon while at work on the fourth ave no sewer near Butler a treat. He and a fellow Workman Michael Antonio were driving a Plank into Tho embankment. Sabl was holding the Plank and Antonio was striking twit Hakavy a whilst. Down came the hedge and missing the Plank struck Sabio on the head Enning his a Kul it. He was Takon to Tho Brooklyn Hospital where Hij death is momentarily expected. Antonio Irinio is 40 years of age and lives at 44g Street arrested by the tenth precinct not of abut Earlay Saya there in no Dmit that Tho blow was an Accident. Coroner Rooney War notified to take Sables Ante Portem statement. The Ste a 31 i i a kits s. Tho English steamship carib Bee Captain j. F. Fraser arrived at Robinsons mores saturday Aicer nowe bringing sixty Oue passengers and a cargo of sugar Aud molasses consigned to a. E. Outerbridge amp co. To he sailed from Trinidad on March 21 Barbados 22 i. Lucia and Martini. Que 23 Dominica 24 Antigua 25 St. Vitta 20 Aud 3t. , 27. Tho carib Bee had Good weather during most of the voyage and made a fast trip being ush than a even clays from St. to port. North of Cape hattera3 the Van eel countered Strong verify table wind and Litany seas hut sustained no damage. Condos do singing 80ciett. A a a the Concordia singing to Bioty Nandor Tho direction of or Carl Hein gave a concert last evening atari on Ballon Wall Street Largo audience was in Attu Danio and the programme presented evoked frequent applause Arion concert at the am prion last night. The male chorus fifty Steenr Hoard yith other Talent a some excellent musical efforts a the March of the Gotham a feature. The Arion male binding too Iota gave an admirable German concert at the Amphion Academy last night before an audience of its friends which crowded the theater. The Arion male chorus fifty voices Strong under Arthur clans-b6u� conductor wan the Mam feature of the entertainment but a Large number of attractive Eolois a a had also been engaged including Audreas Dippel the Young Tenor who Sang in the German opera last Winter Ancl who will remain Here As a concert and perhaps a choir Binger Katharine Hilke Soprano from the new Yark Cathedral Annie Friedmann Mozzo Soprano Emma Scharmann a Favorito contralto at Tho Amphion concerts Carl Fique pianist Carl tenth violinist the Carl tenth string quartet and Carl Stein Buchli baritone. The accompanists were Lydia vent ii Kunz Robert Thallon Adolf Roselt Christian f. Koch at the piano and Hugo Tro Tschol at the Organ. The Arion chorus Sang seven numbers and showed a Fine sonorous body of tone rat her strenuous on Tho part of the upper tenors on a few prolonged High notes but As a whole uncommonly Rich musical and agreeable. They bang too with much smoothness their pianissimo passages and crescendos being particularly Well done and in Max Bruch so a com Rhein they Sang with a ringing virile tone that was Good to hear. Moat of the Sumbera wore Deli Cate and fragrant with truly German sentiment and the great German audience applauded and cheered them with an enthusiasm which English speaking audiences Seldom give to similar music. Their opening number was a the March of Tho goths a by g. 0. Schmidt. It was the March of the last of the goths which the poet was singing Aud Tho warlike spirit of that fierce people was coloured by a touch of pathos in Tho music. Tho number was marked by a piano passage swelling into a beautifully Sung Crescendo at the close. The next choral number was aug have Maria a by Nessler with a baritone Solo Sung by Egon Eisenhauer. Tho words were a description of the Twilight ending with the a have Maria refrain and the song was Given with appropriate delicacy and soft tone color. Then came a double number a tender a Vale Carissima a by 0. Attenhofer with a baritone Solo Sung by j. W. Schildge linked with a Jolly austrian Folk song by i. Kremser of which each verse ended with a ringing a Cha a a 1�?� Aud a piercing staccato a Yah la by the first tenors that Sot the pulses tingling like a College song on a Campus. There was also a morning quilt a by Isenmann in which the shading was carefully done and Max Bruch a ringing a by Tho the concert closed with a die Weibe Des Liebb a by bold Araus with baritone Solo by Carl Steinb Nib in which Tho chorus was accompanied by the Carl month quartet or. Troetschel at the Organ and or. Koch at the piano. Miss Annie Friedmann a girl with a sympathetic and Sweet but not a powerful Mezzo Soprano voice Sang Beckers a a springtime pleasantly and was recalled to receive a handsome bouquet As were All the soloists who followed her. Carl Fique played the a twelfth rhapsody a by lint with an elastic touch and a free and masterly technique. His piano passages and right hand trills wan particularly delicate and Clear Cut. Carl month played a pleasant a a Romance by Arthur Claasson and a a dance ecos Saison by Rapini made up of several familiar scotch airs and was warmly received both on his appearance and after his excellent playing. Or. Dispel very blonde and looking extremely Young for a grand opera Tenor Sang the prize song from the a Omeis ter Singer with Good voice breadth and expression and was recalled again and again. Later to Sang so the Knight equally Well. Tho string quartet consisting of Carl vent Frank Porte Hermann Krawiel Aud h. Hall ego played a Genius Loci by them and i Lietz a Over popular a the miss Katharine Hilke who has a Good High Soprano voice Sang one of Tho great Arias from a a Aida broadly and Well miss Emma Scharmann who ufos warmly received Sang dramatically a setting by Riedil of one of Margaret songs in a the trumpeter of Sao Kingen a and a who has of Rae by Franz. She has a sympathetic voice of pleasant Quality and she ought to make a Placo for herself on the concert stage. The officers of the Arion Are Peter Bertsh president Heinrich Franz first View president or. William John Schildge second vice president Louis Zoellnor recording Secretary a g. Kan Mann corresponding Aud financial Secretary Philip Jung treasurer jul. V. Robesch Otto Fischer librarian a. Haase Louis Graf Joseph c. Hacker trustees Louis Zechiel 0. A. Mertz Valentino Becker House committee l. Huet Lewohl. Jr., p. Bachenberg h. Wun Fler Charles Koehler speakers m. Eisenhauer o. Hildenbrand h. Fuehrer entertainment committee. The proceeds of the concert go to the fund for erecting a German Hospital. Something like $1,000 was netted. The italian question. Rev a tvs Fliam h. Ford a Sermon in the old Bush Rick Church a Large congregation filled the old Bushwick Church on Humboldt Street near Conselyea last evening when Tho Rev. William h. Ford delivered a discourse on a Tho italian a musical service preceded the Sermon. During the discourse or. Ford condemned the action of the mob that lynched the prisoners in new Orleans. He added however that the attitude of the italian government in the matter was ridiculous. The history of Tho men who wore the victims of the Wrath of the mob showed them to have been fugitives from Justice in their native land. It would the preacher said be interesting to know what value the italian government places upon lives in America which were forfeited in Italy. If the report to True that Signor Necotera thu minister of the Interior wag Friendly to the notorious mafia and Kindred associations Hia appraisal might come unfortunately High. The loss Italy said about the value of her brigands Tho hotter. The fast that these robbers and murderers could become citizens of the country was alarming. An investigation into the methods of naturalization would not be amiss. The system of government under which this country exists continued the preacher could not Aland Many of this variety of citizens. It would seem that the european Powors proposed to establish a botany Bay settlement in America. It was True that greater vigilance was exerted in keeping out those who had menaced a the Well being of our nations life. The immigrant should learn first of All to become an american. The prejudices and notions of the old world were not needed in the it a. There was room for but one Flag upon our Public buildings the City Hall not excepted. Their one thousandth meeting. Frau Kliu literary society celebrate the Koeut the Franklin literary society appropriately celebrated its one thousandth meeting saturday evening by a reception and supper at the Clarendon hotel. The members and guest were received by the officers of the society in Tho private parlor of the hotel but ii 9 of clock when All adjourned to the Largo Dini Groom where supper was nerved after which speeches were in order. President i. L. Carroll mud Tho first address Iff which he reviewed Tho history of the club at length. The latest additions to Tho journal of Tho society wore read by editor e. M. Carroll and. 1l Muriha. J. H. Arnold gave a recitation from Franklin a writings Aud a debate followed on the question a resolved that for married men club life in incompatible with Domestic among the speakers Woro David a. Boody Captain t. 0. Bruch John a. Quintard Arthur c Stults and or. T. N. Joyce. Among those present at Tho meeting wore w. Ii. Williams David a. Boody e. M. Carroll r. Rain team mias j. Bokee r. A Overfield w. 0. Sumner g. 0. Carroll miss Neilio Marsh or. Aud mrs. C. 0. Stilts John a. Quintard miss Annie Quintard or. And mrs. W. P. Pickett or and mrs. Evan j. Rustin ii. S. Hodges Fred Brice mrs. H. Lodges or. S. M. Joyce or. And mrs. R. M. Nesbitt George ii. Murphy miss Jennie Murphy Charles a. Raidey ii. J. Koppa Edgar j. Taylor Donald Sarros Austin l. Shaw Henry Roseland w. Dorsey and or. Moonjr. Interesting to hatters and furriers a. Decision by the al Rea Aury department boat plucked Coney skin the following circular just issued from Tho Treasury department in regard to plucked Coney skins will Lut Ereat the Hatteras and furriers in this City to collectors and other officers of the customs the department has been officially notified that the collector at Tho port of Boston has applied to Tho circuit court for a re Yiew of the questions of Law and fact involved in a decision of Tho Board of general appraisers g. A. 390 on March 0, 1801, upon the protest of messes. Wootton bros., against Tho assessment of duty at 20 per cent and Valorme on certain plucked Coney skins imported by Thom. A while the department recognizes the right and duty of collectors to seek a final settlement by Tho courts of doubtful constructions of Law it does not Feol constrained to re versus its Long established course pending the consideration by Tho court of tic question now submitted. In View of the Peculiar circumstances attending this importation and of Tho Large interests which would be jeopardized by a sudden change of practice Tho pro Ridou of circular Eye Ops h ,30� May to suspended As regards importations of plucked Coney skins. This Uono Leaion is justified by the thorough consideration which Lias been heretofore Given to the classification of such articola and by the language used by the Board of general appraisers in announcing their decision. A fur skins not dressed in any Mannori is a enumeration of Tho Tariff dating Back to 1840. They were made dutiable at 10 and 8 per cent and Valorme respectively from 1840 till 1870, Vibon they Woro placed on Tho free list where 18�?T 3 f finance of Tho a unites states Senate submit March 3 1884 tha comm Lite on states Senate submitted it report known As a donate report number 12,�?� in which was set Forth a list of articles that had been held entitled to free entry under paragraph 700 a a the act of March 3,1883, for fur skins of All kinds not dressed in any manner a and in this list Lambskin fur skins of All kinds raw or undressed with or without hair on and pulled eking were included. Fur skins like Tho articles under consideration have been the subject of numerous decisions by the Treasury department the series beginning with the following rendered october 15, 18g8 a skins which have been pulled of the hair which grows beyond the for Are not in fast or in commercial parlance dressed Fra on the a Kin a but a undressed a and dutiable at 10 per cent Nandor Section 13, act of june 30,1864.�?T�?T from Date of the foregoing decision Down to the present time a period of Twenty two years there is a unbroken line of Treasury department rulings in exact Accord therewith. The effect of such rulings is Well settled on the authority of the United states supreme court. In the Case of Robertson is. Down aug 127 u. 3., Page 007, the court says. A Tho regulation of a department is not of course to control the construction of an act of Congress when its meaning is Plain. But when there has been a Long acquiescence in a regulation and by it rights of parties for Many years have been determined and adjusted it is not to be disregarded without Tho most cogent Aud per san Xiv reasons.�?�. It seems More expedient to continue a practice which has the Sanction of such High authority Thau to Orange it during the consideration by the court of its Validity. A. Tho goods in question will until further instructions to admitted to free entry under paragraph 588 of the act of october a 1890. A Charles Foster Secretary. Appealing to governor Hill. The k. Of a again i by Rnear pier line am. At yesterdays meeting of District Assembly 220 the following resolutions were passed and sent to Albany to his excellency David b. Hill governor state of Noto York honoured sin to Aro informed by the press of this City that the Assembly Bill no. 385, known As Byrnes pier line Extension Bill has passed the Senate and now awaits your approval. We wish to place our protest on file against the Bill becoming a Law. At the regular session of the Long Island protective association held this afternoon the following resolutions Wero unanimously adopted and a copy ordered to be mailed to you whereas Tho Assembly Bill known As Bill 385 has passed the Senate and is now before the governor awaiting his approval or disapproval resolved that we earnestly protest against the Bill becoming a Law. First by this act it is proposed to Divide Between $5,000,000 and $7,000,000 Worth of state property Between the Standard Oil company and Alf a dozen other corporations second Tho Bill was introduced by assemblyman Byrnes who stated that lie had never visited the District the Bill intended to improve and when requested to do so stated that he had not time to do so although it is Only about three Miles from his residence. Third that assemblyman Byrnes refused to visit and explain to Tho Long Island protective association Tho nature of his Bill although he had been invited to do so on two occasions. The association holding its me thug every sunday afternoon. Fourth that the assemblymen and senator from Tho District affected by Tho Bill refused to have anything to do with it Aud voted against its passage. Fifth that a mass meeting was held by business men Aud taxpayers and at said mooting resolutions were adopted condemning assemblyman Byrnes and the Bill. Sixth that All the streets going to the water Are now closed in Tho thirteenth fourteenth seventeenth and nineteenth wards fall those wards have a Large water frontage with the exception of three streets. Sere the that too much weight cannot be placed on the fact that Tho a suited Staten engineers have established the Harbor line of new York Harbor an Tho Samo Means May have Boon adopted to establish said Lino that we believe were used in the passage of the Bill As the water is deeper in front of he fourteenth Ward Thau in any other part of new York Harbor averaging Fri in forty five to seventy two feet deep. Hoping that you will sue sufficient reason in the above to veto Tais Bill we remain yours respect fully Tito afas j. O Reilly d. M. W. Seal Frederick s. James d. R. S. Brolly a april 5,1891. A communication from the Brooklyn Branch no. 30 of the International Union of the boiler makers and Iron ship builders of America and Canada asking for assistance in the boilermakers strike in a ship building Yard in South Brooklyn was next read it gave Rise to but Little comment. The Secretary was directed to reply staring that the District refused to interfere and would protect its own members. Resolutions wore passed in Tho interest of labor the following Bills the anti Pinkerton detective Bill amending Section 108 of the penal code state printing Bill ten hours surface Railroad Bill the mercantile Bill Safe scaffolding Bill Bill to increase Railroad co Minnion to five by adding Farmer and telegraphed Bill to create Bureau of state engineering uniform text Book 5 per cent iut Orest Bill equalization of taxes the prison Bill weekly pay Bill employers liability Bill employment of citizens on Public works Bill Bill to Oreate a commission to inquire into the standing or right of railroads to their property. Etc. Bill to abolish contracts on All state work. # the District Secretary was directed to write to Tho state senators of Siuga county with copies of these resolutions and ask that they Uso their Best efforts to have them made Law. Thu Roll Call of assemblies concluded the business of Tho meeting. Ridgewood Grove opened. The nineteenth Ward Hancock Ulab Lould a in picnic although the temperature was rather Low for picnics Ridgewood Grove was opened for the season yesterday Aud a Large crowd was present in Honor of that event. The occasion was the second annual picnic of the nineteenth Ward Hancock club Aud the members of that organization Aud their Many friends were in attendance to Aid in making the occasion an enjoyable one. There wore but few changes in the Park itself from last year. Or. Bermer Lias not an yet got the whole of Liis menagerie on exhibition put several new animals were to to seen yesterday a pretty striped Fox and a Hawk caught near the Park being chiefly admired. The dancing Pavilion had been enclosed with boards to admit of dancing in the cold weather. Tho music for the dancers was furnished by professor Peter Franks orchestra and at Ali times the dancing platform was crowded. The chill of the evening did not prevent even a larger crowd than that of Tho afternoon attending and Tho dancing was continued until Midi ight. Those who bad charge of the affair were As in Laws Adam Schoenegan floor manager William Roy assistant floor manager. Committee a. W. Brown a Jacob Henry Philip Hochu John Gross. In the course of Tho afternoon the following organizations visited the Park in a body Twenty first Ward German democratic club Denis Winter democratic Battery Peter Frank Schnor ror club North american Iron workers Relief association and the August Hardt chowder club. The officers of the Hancock club who received the different societies As they entered the grounds Are As follows John Hanson president Adam be Honegan vice president Henry Bauer Secretary William Ord ing financial Secretary Philip King treasurer John Brooks sergeant at arms a Charles Conrad chairman of reception committee. Against noncom by a Bill. Tuc Republican legislative committee will oppose it chairman George of the Republican legislative committee devoted several hours saturday night to the consideration of Wight Holcomb s Bill for Tho apportionment of this City into election districts. The Otylior members of Tho committee assisted or. Elliett in examining the provisions of the proposed Bill and agreed with him by a unanimous vote to oppose it. Or. Ii butt will leave for Albany on tuesday and will address Tho committee. In connection with the stand taken by the legislative committee to said a Tho Voto of Kings county for president in 1888 shows that the democratic majority Here at this Xirau was Only 12,090. We agree with governor Hill who in his recent letter to the tax Reform club of new York said that the vote at the last election was not a fair test of the Tariff question. Tho last Vole in Brooklyn should not be accepted As a test of the Republican vote of Kings county. In View of this fact to Belicov that we Aro entitled to Liao two out of Tho five congressmen from Kings county. The apportionment proposed by or. Holcomb in Tho third District would to a outrage on Tho voters of Brooklyn. It is simply a piece of political Juggler to fast Tiou the ninth and Twenty third wards together in Tho . We shall oppose this Bill and Endeavor to show up its True chars True in the chairman Elliott says to is much plea Ted at the Way Tho legislative committee has been treated at Albany this year by both democrats and republicans. A spirit c a lists Axtt hu3i Bug Bill. In Quot Tho Illinois legis Esturo now in session at Springfield a Bill was introduced last week by senator Thomas of Cook county which if it becomes a Law will prove a Boot to spiritualists and investigators of psych Loal and Spiriti Stic Phenomena. Tho wording of the Bill is substantially As originally written by or. A. Ii. Dailey of Brooklyn whose High standing As a lawyer and spiritualist is already Well known to most of the journal s readers. Tho text of the Bill is As follows person who. Fur profit or gain or in anticipation thereof for the purpose of presenting any spiritualistic materialization shall impersonate the spirit of any Duce amp red person or by Auy trick device or mechanical contrivance shall present anything representing the spirit of any shall be guilty of a minder Azanor and upon conviction thereof Snail be fined a sum of not less than $100 or Moro Thau $300 Fer each such offence or shall to imprisoned in the coun Tyrail not less than three nor More than six Mouths or in the discretion of the court both such Fine and imprisonment May be imposed. Provided that nothing in this act shall be construed As applying to any theatrical performance. The passage of this Bill into a Law need not be feared by any honest medium on the contrary All such should actively favor it and solicit their patrons to work for it. This Law will give honest mediums a Chance and relieve from temptation those who might possibly be driven to simulate spirit forms against their own consciences through stress of circumstances and the Competition of unconscionable i Hilo Sophic journal. Educational infidels. Ii i Xii april educational review Henry Hoit amp co., now York treats of a part education in Tho Publio school a a by James Macalister a a the Ped a Ostio value of h. A. Forbes Quot i Ecol acc thous of hound Iii a school Quot George e. Ellis Quot Adolf ,�?� Henry Cassell a James principles of psychology Quot j. If. Baldwin a Tho department of superintendence a by William h. Maxwell and a Tho Brooklyn Institute geographical exhibit a by James Craik Bank. There Are Abb Many matters of interest treated editorially and in the departments of Revier and foreign . Or. Talmage defends the Christian religion. A statement of reasons thy he could foot Job an unbelievers up Lynn the the charge that the mosaic account is a absurdily�?1tribute to the late dry Spear ror. Or. Tara age gave a Clear intimation yesterday morning that he does not expect to move into the new Tabernacle right away. To announced that he should continue to hold services in the Brooklyn Academy of music and that the lease of the new York Academy had also been renewed. Or. Talmage isaid a tribute to his old Friend the late Rev. Bainne t. Spear. A a a i was absent in Chicago and St. Louis at the time of his death and burial a said or. Talmage a i take this first Opportunity of expressing my and Miratia a for thib great and Good Man. Great As an author great As an editor great Jas a preacher the greatest of All debaters of the floor of ecclesia tical courts. He was an exception to the Anlo that a Man can do Only one thing Well. His articles on Fiu Anoo were accepted As models by financiers. Without going into Wall Street to understood Wall Street better than Many who Are Thero. His books on Law were considered highest authority by judges and attorneys. Had he entered the Legal profession i would Long ago have occupied a Placo on the Bench of the supremo court of the United states in Christian scholarship he had no peer but As the expounded of the gospel of Christ he was most pronounced and illustrious. Some people thought him severe and he did carry some Sharp edged tools but never Cut anything that did not need to be Cut. He has for a Loling time been Ripe for heaven. Without a moment of sickness to was translated. For All that he was to to and this Church i express my profound obligation. Dear old or. Spear. Let his name be held in Evo last ing Tho subject of or. To Almagor a Sermon was the Sermon was of the series which he has been preaching Oil Tho plagues of these three great cities and Chioti was interrupted by the easter sunday services. Ilis text was a lot god to True but Evor Man a liar a romans Iii-4. A congregation that filled the Academy to the top of the family Circle listened to Tho preacher Asho said these among other things it a seems from what to hear of All sides that the Cli Risteau religion is a huge blender that Tho mosaic account of the creation is an absurd Ity Large enough to throw All nations into rollicking Guffaw that eve never existed that the audient flood a and Noah Sark were impossibilities that there Nevor was a Miracle that the Bible is the Friend of cruelty of murder of polygamy of All forms of base crime that the Uii Risteau religion is woman a tyrant and Many a Shulti fiction that the Bible from lid to lid is a fable a cruelty a Humbug a Sham a Lio that the martyrs who died for its truth wore miserable dupes that the Church of Joao Christie properly gazetted As a fool that when Thomas Carlyle the septic a Aid a the Bible is a Noble Book a he was dropping into imbecility that when Theodore Parker declared in music Hall Boston a Nev a a boy or girl in All Christendom but was profited by that great Beok a be was becoming very weak minded that it a a something to bring a Blush to the Cheek of every Patriot that John Adams the father of american Independence declared a the Bible is Tho Best Book in All the world and that lion hearted Andrew Jackson turned into a snivelling Coward when he said a that Book sir is the Rook on which our Republic rests a Aud that Daniel Webster abdicated the throne of his intellectual Power and resigned his logic and from being thu great expounded of the Constitution and Tho great lawyer of his age turned into an idiot when to said a my heart assures and reassures me that the gospel of Jesus Christ must to a divine reality. From Tho time Itiat at my mothers feet or on my fathers knee i first Learned to Lisp verses from the sacred writings they have been my daily study and vigilant contemplation Aud if there is anything in my Stylo thought to be commended the credit is due to my kind parents in instilling into my mind a Wariy love of Tho scriptures a Aud that William al. Seward the Diplomatist of Tho Century Only showed his Eue Lity when he declared a Siho whole Hope of Uman Progress is suspended of the eve growing influences of the Bible a and that it is Wisest for us to take the Book from Tho throne in the affections of uncounted multitudes and put it under our feet Fco be trampled upon by hatred and hissing conts Mot Aud that your old father was hoodwinked and cajoled Aud cheated and be fooled when lie leaned on this As a staff after Bis hair grew Gray and his hands were tremulous and his Steps shortened As he came up to the verge of the grave and that your Mother sat with a pack of lies on her Lap while Reading of the better country and of the ending or All her aches and pains Aud reunion not Only with those of you who stood around her but with Tho Hildrea she had buried with infinite heartache so that she could read no More until she Teok off her spectacles and wiped from them the heavy Mist of May tears alas i that for forty Aud fifty years they should have walked under this delusion and had it under their Pillow when they Lay a dying a a the Back room and asked that Somo words from the old Book might be Cut upon Tho Tombstone under the Shadow of the old country meetinghouse where they sleep to Day waiting for a resurrection that will never come. This Book Baring deceived them a Aud having deceived the i Giitl intellects of the past must not be allowed to deceive our larger mightier vaster More stupendous intellects. Aud so out with the Book from the court room where it in used in the solemnization of testimony. Out with it from under the Fonn lation of Church and Asylum. Out with it from the do my brio Circle. Gather together All the bibles the children s bibles the family bibles those newly bound and those with lid nearly worn out and pages almost obliterated by the fingers Long ago turned to dust bring them All together Aud Lotus make a Bonfire of them Aud by it warm our cold criticism and after that turn under with the Plo share of Public indignation Tho polluted ashes of that loathsome adulterous obscene cruel and heat Hui Book which is so to Maui a Liberty Aud woman a Honor and Tho worlds happiness. Now that is the substance of what infidelity proposes and declares and the attack on the Bible is Ever built with a Keener appreciation of it. There is health in laughter Iun Tead of harm physical health mental health moral health spiritual health provided you laugh at Tho right thing. Tho morning a a Jocund. The Indian with its own Mist baptizes the Cataract Minnehaha or laughing water. You have not kept your eyes open or your oars Alert if you have not Seoul the Aoa smile or Hoard the forests clap their Luilus or the Orchards in Blossom week agree with re Dolence. But there is a laughter which is death Ful there is a laughter which Haa the rebound of despair. It is not healthy to Giggle about god or Ehu Eklo about eternity or Smirk about thu things of the immortal soul. You know what caused the Accident years Togo on tue Hudson River Railroad. It was a Hutoxi cataud Man who for a joke pulled the string of the air Brake and stooped the train at the most dangerous Point or thu journey. But the lightning train not knowing there was any in Tho Way came Clown crushing out of the mangled victims Tho immortal souls that went speeding instantly to god and judgment. It was Only a joke. He thought it would be such Fuu to atop Tho train. To stopped it. And so infidelity is chiefly anxious to Stop the Long train of the Bible and the Long train of the churches Ami the Long train of Christian influences while coming Down upon us Are death judgment and of equity coming a thousand Milce a minute coming with More Force than All the avalanches that Ever slipped from Iho Alps coming with More strength than All the lightning express trains that a ver whistled or shrieked or thundered across the continent now in this sentiment of infidel thinkers i cannot join and i propose to give you some Reanous Why i cannot be a infidel and so i will try to help out of thin present condition any who May have been truck with the awful plague of scepticism. First i cannot be an infidel because infidelity has to Good substitute for the Consolation it proposes to take away. You know there Are millions of people who get their chief Consolation from this Book. What would you think of a crusade of this sort suppose a Man should resolve that he would organize a conspiracy to destroy All Tho medicines from All the apothecaries Aud from ail Tho hospitals of thu Oarth. The work a done. The Media me Are taken Aud they me thrown into thu River or Tho Lake or the Yea. A patient wakes up at Midnight in a paroxysm of distress and wants an Anodyne. A ooh a says the nurse a the Anodyne Are All destroyed we have no drops to give you but instead of that ill read you a Book on the absurdities of morphine and on the absurdities of ail but tha Man continues to writ Lio in pain and Tho nurse says a a in la Continuo to Ruad you some discourses on Anodyne the cruelties of Anodyne Tho indecency is of Anodyne the absurdities of Anodyne. For your groan ill give you a Here in the Hospital is a patient having a Iraq Gre cd limb amputated. To Gays �?o0. For Ether. 0, for the doctors say a Why they Are All destroyed to done to have any More chloroform or other but i have got something a great Deal better la i read you a pamphlet against James y. Simpson the discoverer of chloroform As an Amus thetic and against doctors Agnew Aud Hamilton and Losack and Mott and Harvey and Abernathy. A Biu a Days the Man a i must have some a no a Bay Tho doctors a they Are All destroyed but to have gut something a Groat Deal a what is that a fun about medi Oinui. Lie Down Allye patients in Bullet to Hospital Aud Stop your groaning All to broken hearted of All the cities and quit your cry Iii Quot we have the Catholic of at Lanty hero is a dose of wit Here is a strengthening plaster of sarcasm Here is a bottle of rib Aldry that you Are to keep Well shaken up and take a spoonful of it after each meal laughter and if that douse nut cure you Here is a solution of blasphemy in which you May Bathe and Here a a tincture of Duru iou. Tickle the Skeleton of death with a repartee make the King of terrors cackle i for All the agonies of All , a Jokola millions of people willing with uplifted hand toward heaven to affirm that the gospel of Jesus Christ a full of Consolation for them Aud yet infidelity proposes to take it away giving nothing absolutely nothing except fun. A Thore Auy greater height or depth or length or breadth or immensity of meanness in All gods universe infidelity is a religion of a a done to in there a god Don t know in the Houi immortal Don t know i if to should meet each other in Tho future world will to recognize each Ether done to know a religion of a a done to know Quot for the religion of a i know a a i know in whom i have a i know that my redeemer infidelity proposes to substitute a religion of awful negatives for our religion of glorious positive allowing right be Foo us a world of reunion Aud ecstasy Aud High companionship and glorious worship and Stopen Dyoub Victory the mightiest Joy of Earth not High enough to Roach to Tho base of Tho Himalaya of uplifted so Jendor awaiting All thong who on Wing of Christian Faith will soar toward it. Furthermore i cannot be an infidel because of Tho false charges infidelity is All the time making against Tho Bible. Pornapa to blander that has made the most impression and that Home christians have not been intelligent enough to deny is that the Bible favors polygamy. Doss the god of Tho Bible uphold polygamy or did to ? How Many Wivoda did god make for Adam 7 he made our wife. Does not your common Sanfio toll you when god started the marriage institution to started it As he wanted it to continue ? if god had favored polygamy he could have created for Adam five Winea or ten wives or Twenty wives just As easily As he made one. At a the very first of the Bible god shows himself in favor of monogamy and antagonistic to polygamy. Genesis 2 24 a therefore shall a Man leave his father and Mother and a halt Cleave onto his wife a not his wives but his wife. How Many wires did god spare for Noah in Tho Ark two and two the Birds two and two the cattle two and two the Lions two and two the human race. If the god of the Bible had favored a multiplicity of wires he would have spared a plurality of wives. When god first launched the human race lie gave Adam on wife. At Tho second launching of the human race to dares for Noah one wife for Ham Ono wife for Shem one wife for Japhet one wife. Does that look As though god favored polygamy in Leviticus xviii 18 god thunders Hie prohibition of More than one wife. God permitted polygamy. Yes just attic permits to Day murder and theft and arson and All kinds of crimes. He permits these things As Yon Well know but he does not Sanction them who would dare to say he sanctions them because Tho Frosi dont of Tho United states Havo permitted polygamy in Utah you Are not therefore to conclude that they patronized it that they approved it. When on the contrary they denounced it. All of gods ancient Israel knew that the god of the Bible was against polygamy for in the 430 years of their stay in Egypt there is ouly one Case of polygamy recorded Only one. Ali the mighty men of the Bible stood aloof from polygamy except those who falling into crime were chastised within an Inch of their lives. Adam. Aaron Noah Joseph Joshua Samuel Monog mists. But you say a did no to David and Solomon favor polygamy a yes and did Thoy not get Well punished for it read the lives of those two men and you will come to the conclusion that All the attributes of gods nature were against Hoir behaviour. David suffered for his crimes in the caverns of Dullam and Masada in the wilderness of Manh Anaim in the bereavement of Zik lag. Tho bedouins after him sickness after him Absalom after him. Hit Pul after him. Adonijah after him. The edomite after him Tho a syrians after him the Moabite after him. Death after him the lord god almighty after him. The poorest peasant in All the Empire married to Tho plainest jewess waa happier than the King in his marital Misbehaviour. Flow did Solomon get along with polygamy read Hia warnings in proverbs Road his self disgust in Ecclesiastes. To throws lip his hand in loathing and cries out a vanity of vanities Allia his 700 wives nearly pestered the life out of him. Laughter Solomon got Well paid for his crimes Well paid. I repeat that All Tho mighty men of the scriptures were aloof from polygamy save As they were pounded Aud Fiu Ilea and Cut to piece for their insult to holy marriage. If to lie Biblo is the Friend of polygamy Why is it that in All thu land where the Bible predominates polygamy is forbidden and in the Lamia where there is no Bible it is favored. Polygamy All Over China All Over India All Over Africa ail Over Persia ail Over Heathen Dom save As the missionaries have done their work while polygamy does not exist in England and the United states except in Defiance of Law. The Bible abroad god honoured monogamy. The Bible not abroad god abhorred polygamy. Another false charge which infidelity has made against the Bible is that it is antagonistic to woman that it enjoins her degradation and belittles her Mission. Under this impression Many women have Buen overcome of this plague of infidelity. Is the Bible the Cuemy of woman come into the picture gallery the louvre the Luxembourg of the Biblo and Nee which pictures Are thu More honoured. Who has More worshippers to Day Thau Auy being that Ever lived of Earth except Jet no Christ Mary. For what purpose did Christ perform his first Miracle upon Earth to relieve the embarrassment of a womanly at the falling Short of a beverage. Why did Christ break up the silence of Tho Tomb and tear off the shroud and rip up Tho Rook it was to Stop the bereavement of the two Bethany Sisters. For whose Comfort was Christ most Aux Iowa in the hour of dying Ecru citation for a woman an old woman a wrinkle faced woman a woman who in other Days had held him in her Arm. Hia Tirats Friend his last Friend a it is very Apt to be Ilis Mother. All the pathos of the Ages compressed into one utterance a behold thy does the Bible antagonize woman if the Bible is so antagonistic to woman How do you account for the difference in woman a condition in China Aud Central Africa and her condition in England Aud America there is no difference except that which the Bible a amp Kus. In lands where Thure is to Bible she is hitched like a beast of Burden to the plows she carries Tho Hod she submits to indescribable indignities. She must be kept in a private apartment and if she come Forth she must be carefully hooded and religiously failed a though it were a shame to be a woman. Do you not know that the very first thing the Bible does Whon it comes into a new country is to strike off Tho shackles of woman a serfdom 0 woman where Are your chains to Day ? hold no both your arms and let us see your Handcuffs. Oil we Seo the Handcuffs they Are bracelets of Gold bestowed by husbandry or fatherly or brotherly or sisterly or loverly affection. A loosen thu warm Robe from your neck o woman mid let us be the Yoke of your bondage. Of i find Tho Yoke a car cent of Silver or a string of Cornelian or a Cluster of pearls that must Gall you very much. Furthermore rather Thau invite i resist this plague of infidelity because it has wrought no obit Ivy Good for the world and is always a hindrance. I ask you to mention the name of thu merciful and the educational in to Catious which infidelity founded and is supporting and has All Tho Way through institutions pronounced against god Ana Tho Christian religion Aud yet pronounced in behalf of suffering humanity. What Are the a tue of them ? certainly not the United states Christian commission ? or the sanitary commission for Chris Tau George h. Stuart Wau the pres Dent of the Ono and Christian Henry w. Bellow was the president of the Othur. Where Are the asylums and merciful institutions founded by infidelity Aud supported by infidelity pronounced against god Aud the Bible Aud Yut doing work for the alleviation of buffering infidelity is to very loud in its Braggadocio it must Hare some to mention. Certainly if you come to speak of educational institutions it in not Yale it is not Harvard it is not Princeton it is not middies own it is not Cambridge or Oxford it is not Auy institution from which a diploma would not to a disgrace. Do you Point to the German universities As exception ? i have to Tell you that All the German universities to Day Are under positive Christian influences except thu University of Heidelberg where the Ruffi anly Stu abuts Cut and Maul Aud mangle and murder each other a a matter of Pride instead of infamy. Do you mention Girard College Philadelphia Asau exception that College established by the will of or. Girard which forbade religious in Btu ctn and the Entrance of clergymen within its Gates ? my reply is that i lived for seven Yoars near that College and know May of it professors to to Christian instructors Aud no better Christian influence Are to be found in any Oul lege than in Girard College. Thero stands christianity there stands infidelity. Compare what they have done. Compare their resources. There is christianity a Prayor on her lip a Beau Lictka on her brow both hands full of help for All who want help Tho Mother of thou Sands of colleges the Mother of thousands of asylums for the oppressed the Blind the sick Tho lame the in Broilo the Mother of missions for the bringing Back of the outcast the Mother of thousands of reformatory institutions for Tho saving of Tho lost the Mother of innumerable Sabbath schools bringing millions of Bildren under a Drill to prepare them for respectability and usefulness to May not is of the great future. That is christianity. Here is infidelity no prayer on her Lipa to Benediction on her brow both hands elea Ohedy what for to fight christianity. That is the entire business. Tho Complete Mission of infidelity to fight christianity. Where Are liar schools her colleges her Acyl Nam of mercy ? let to Turow you Down a whole Ream of foolscap paper that you May fill All of it with Tho names of her Beneficent institutions Tho colleges and the Asylum the institutions of Usu Ray and of learning founded by infidelity and supported alone by infidelity pronoun used against god Ami the Christian religion and yet in favor of making the world better. A ooh a you say a a Ream of paper is too much for the names of those Wudl then 1 throw you a quire of paper. Fill it All up now. I will wait until you gut All the names Down. you say a that is Tuo Weil then i win just hand you a a hot of letter paper. Just fill up the four sides while to Avo talking of this matter with the names of the merciful institution and Tho educational institutions founded by infidelity and supported All along by infidelity pronounced against go 1 Aud Ihu Christian religion yet in favor of humanity. A ooh a you say a that is too much room we done to want a whole Sheet of paper to write Down the perhaps i had bettor tear oni one Leaf from my memorandum Book and a in you fill up both sides of it with Tho names of such institution. A ooh a you say a that would be too much room i would t want so much room As Well then suppose you count them on your ten augers. A ooh a you say a not quite so much As Well Thieu count them on thu fingers of one Hall. you nay a we Don t want quite so much room As suppose thou you halt and count of one Auger the nume of any institution founded by in Fidelity supported entirely by infidelity. Pronounced against god and Tuo Christian religion yet toiling to make the world better. Not one i not one is infidelity so poor to starve Ling so mean so useless gut out you miserable pauper of the universe applause crawl into some rat Hole of everlasting nothingness. Applause run Over by a Hearse. A i2oy�?Ti> in Arrow Ihu Cipe from Sci our injuries at 3 of clock yesterday afternoon a Call was ent to the Eastern District Hospital on South third Street for an ambulance to go to the Corner of North eleventh Street and Wythe Avenue. Surgeon White responded and found that the patient was a Man suffering from alcoholism. The am Bulan Coamo through Wythe Avenue and Between North first and second Street met a funeral procession. The ringing of the Gong attracted the attention of George Nugra aged 10 years of 274 Wythe Avenue. Tho boy ran into the Street directly in front of Tho horses attached to the Hearse Aud was knocked Down the wheel of the vehicle passing Over his feb. Surgeon White a who witnessed the Accident went to the boy and found that his injuries were blight. George Corey the Driver of the Hearse who was arrested was then discharged Aud thu funeral or session proceeded to the cemetery. Bks. Konx Eye a fickle ii sax amp. Mrs. Annie Kenney a Middle Agni woman living at 333 Oakland Street complained in the third District police court saturday that her husband Michael Kenney was in the habit of spending much of his time at Tho House of mrs. Mary Mcgarrity a widow living at 140 North fourth Street and in consequence she Auff Erad for Money. Kenney is conducting a Saloon at the Corner of India and Oakland streets while mrs. Kenney carries of a Little Candy store at her residence. A few Days ago mrs. Ico Nncy called of the widow at her Home on North fourth sire pc and attempted to Avengo her grievance with a club but waa prevented from Daing any serious damage. After some difficulty she was ejected from the Huau. At Tho court mrs. Gunnoy was advised to try and win Back her husband affections and she loft with that intention. Bop makers Bate a picnic carved her bloody vengeance of an italian woman. So Indue in woman she hates to. Visit her Leckt the boor and attach her with a Butcher knife her victim will Bio. A Macao april 0. A Myrd amp Rous fight Tho result of along standing feud Between two italian women mrs. Chho Gallio and or. Congetto Vallone occurred last night in a state Street tenement House. Mrs. Galizio Bent a message to mrs. Vallone ostensibly offering overtures of peace and inviting her to a amp Kea Call and Settle matters amicably. Mrs. Vallone on arriving was cordially greeted but while she was taking off her shawl and hat mrs. Gallio locked Tho door Aud placing the key in her pocket went to a closet and secured a Large but Chur knife the Edge of which was whetted As keen As a razor. She then coolly informed mrs. Vallone that she had invited her to her apartments for the purpose of settling the trouble existing Between them in True italian fashion and proceeded to carve her according to the rules and leg nations of the mafia. Mrs. Vallone shrieked for help and attempted to Mako Hor escape but her frenzied assailant pitilessly bore her Down upon the floor. Fourteen times the Gallio woman plunged the Koch Blade into Hor victims face neck and body and Only desisted in her bloody work apparently from Shoor exhaustion. Police at this juncture broke open the doors. In Ono Corner of the room Lay the unconscious body of mrs. Vallone the blood pouring in streams from her numerous wounds and forming Little puddles on the Bare dirty floor. Furniture was overturned and Broikou and Tho Wall and coiling were spotted with blood. In another Corner panting with the exertion she had undergone crouched mrs. Gallio the bloody knife tightly clenched in her hand and a wild look in her Little Black eyes. As the officers approached she sprang to her feet and rushed upon them. A fierce struggle ensued for Possession of the knife but the desperate woman was overpowered and her victim taken to a Hospital. Mrs. Vallone cannot recover. Mrs. Gallio was held without bail. Roman Catholic charities. The employees of the rope making establishment of Lawrence Waterbury amp co. Held a picnic in Charles Deckel Maun a Ridgewood Paik yesterday. The Ball room in the hotel was used for the dancing. Quite a crowd was present during the afternoon and evening. Tho officers of Tho employ yes association arc a follows Charlo Colligan president Tony Hemple vice president John Behro recording a coronary Frank Cooper financial Secretary William Miller treasurer Henry Mccarthy chairman of the a Ommittee of arrangements. A land company a 1nvesthunt. The Long Island Homo and investment company has purchased 100 Morei of land from Heury Kulil at Hicksville half a mile from the Railroad station Tho plot has been aur Veyo and Laid out the erection of houses will begin. Fifty houses will be built to Start with and when these have been sold or rented Ether houses will be erected As Tho demand is Mado for them. A Lxi first annual Leport of lie orphan Asylum society. The sixty first animal report of the roman Catholic orphan Asylum society of Brooklyn was issued to the people of the Sevy ral City co Groga tons yesterday. According to its showing Thero Are now 1,818 inmates in Tho three asylums under the care of the society. They Are distributed As follows St. Johns Homo for Boya St. Marks and Albany avenues in charge of Mother do Chantal and Thircy Aix Sisters of St. Joseph diocesan boys in Home March 25, 1890, 417 admitted during the year 200 discharged during the year 240 died during the year 0 remaining in Homo March 25, 1891, 431 county wards in Homo March 25, 1890. 543 admitted during the rear 330. Discharged during the year 237 died during Tho year 6 remaining in Muo March 25, 1891, 030 old which Iii nor 125 Are Loco Muir dated in St. Johns protector . St. Josephus Asylum for girls Willoughby and Sumner avenues in charge of sister Mary Lewis and Sisters of Charity diocesan girls in Asylum March 25, 1890, 453 admitted during the year 124 discharged during Tho year 147 died during the year 5 remaining in Asylum March 25, 1891, 425 county wards in Asylum March 25, 1890, 107 admitted during the year 84 discharged during the year 58 died during Tho year 3 remaining in Asylum March 25, 1891, 130. St. Paul a Industrial school. For Young girls Congress and Clinton streets. In charge of sinter Maria Louise number of inmates in the school March 25, 1890, 202 received during the year 49 discharged during the year 44 died during the year 5 Tomai Vingin the school March 25, 1891, 202. A totals St. Johns Homo diocesan Hoy 431 St. Johns Homo county wards 030 St. Josephus Asylum diocesan girls 425 St. Josephus Asylum county wards 30 St. Paul a Industrial school girls 202. Total in All Tho asylums 1,818. Tho treasurers report shows that Tho receipt of Tho year were $184.915.34, and Tho expenses came within $2,743.57 of this amount. The chief sources of Revenue were the following Board of excise $22,388.48 county wards $53,092 Church collections easter Aud Christmas $10.249.61 Emerald association balance Ball 1890, $911.05 Emerald association on account of Ball 1801, $3,500 Brooklyn benevolent society through k. Egan Tina juror $14,000 Board of education $10,245.52 mis Jane Connors for Chapel it fast. John s protector. Hicksville $1,000 bequest estate or Aletta m. Vanderveer $8,860 loan from Peoples Trust company on two notes$25,000 j. Branden Berg Sale of portion of far property $1,000 Peoples Trust company mortgage on Prospect place property $12,500. Among Tho notable expenditures to balance this a re the following items groceries provisions and supplies,$51,140.24 clothing Beds and bedding $15,50 1 fuel Aud Light $8,907.94 repairs and improvement $5.785 buildings St. Johns protector Hicks Ville $16,4 33.08 House and farm Good a Hick Viii $2,805.88 building quarantine and dormitories at St. Of Tophy a Asylum $13,1 50 Midi Olinow doctors feel etc., $2,059.14 to pay off mortgage oii58 Lewis Avenue $3,013.33 salaries wages and labor $20.092.32 Brooklyn Trust company to take up not with interest $15,375 Purchase of Prospect place property $21,000. The total liabilities Are these Peoples Trust company two notes$25,000 mortgage on Prospect place property $12,500 mortgage on Coney Island property $5,300 loan on Troy Avenue property $1,880 unpaid Bills february 2,974.77 unpaid Bills March estimated$7,000 total $54.720.77. The Board of managers of the Sdiey for 189192 comprise president right Lough Lin d. first vice president Thomas Cassin second Vico Prosi dont p. F. Keany Secretary. Jos Edli w. Carroll assistant Secretary w. A. Mcdermott treasurer John Gunn Ion directors d. J. Byrne John Flynn Thomas Horan John c. Mcguire John Mcdermott John h. Farrell Bernard Mccaffrey. George s. Oali ill Arthur my Gorald Thomas f. Houghton or. Joseph a. Kene John Delmar John h. Newman Jamos s. Dono Vuu and William j. Roche finance com Mittie John l. Doyle John d. Carrot and John t. Breen inspectors of , Michael Donohue and Bernard Mcbride. Local poli1ics in Flat Bush. Am to Xci timing comic it for in we officers Tho rival Par lion. The Parkview club of Windsor Terrace Fiat Bush held a Large and enthusiastic meeting on saturday evening at its room on Coney Island Road under the auspices of the citizens league of Flat huh. On motion the Imoto Blago unanimously endorsed the nominations of George c. Case the Republican and citizens candidate for Justice of the peace and for town auditors Ilene a b. Davenport a. J. Weedon and Fiat thaw Sher Ine. The meeting wan presided Over by the president of the citizens league Richard Young and Secretary George c. Case of Tho town Republican association kept the minutes. Addresses were made by president Young Foster l. Backus w. J. Wed ii and or. Thall. Tho mooting came to a Clou after or. Case had spoken at some length and told to audience what his course would be in Case to was elected. The political situation in that Little suburb is interesting. The citizens league and Republican Samc Iatrou have combined against the regular democratic organization of Tho town. Both sides Are working hard and the town is deluged with circulars pastors Aud ballot. Thero is hardly any doubt but that Tho largest vote Ever polled at a town meeting in Flatbush will be cast next monday. Both parties have already hired one dozen coaches each to convey the voters to the polls. Thero will be five ballots Given to each voter As follows citizens Loasure Republican democratic Blank and Tho appropriation ballot. Tho ballot to be used will to Tho same As at the last general election in every particular. The town is democratic by but Weon 25 0 to 400 majority and Henry Boukamp the democratic nominee is hopeful of Success. Reception on the ii eights Largo assemblage of fashionable at Trio Williau a evidence or. Edward l. Milli amp a and the misses Millus gave a Large reception saturday afternoon at their homa 201 Henry Street. Tho parlor and drawing room wore exquisitely decorated in yellow and Gran. The mantels Woro banked with daffodils and Nur Fieros of Smilax Sprinkle i with ?enc8ta, wore Hung Between Tuo rooms. Largo bouquets of daffodils were Placid on Tho tables. A mandolin and Harp orchestra was station cd in Tho hallway and wan screened with Palms and terns from tha View of Tho guests. Those who assisted in receiving were int. Mil Viau of now York miss Hadden. Miss Sheppard and miss Margaret Bee. Tho reception was followed by a yellow and Lavender dinner. Tho table decorations were exceptionally artistic. Some of the participant Wero mrs. Packard mias Greeley of new York general j. J. Milieu or. And or. Oarn Dea 0. Diko or. And or. Charles Adams or. And mrs. Whitman miss Whitman or. Henry k. Sheldon Roar Admiral and or. Brain Rev. F. Marion Mcallister or. Willard Ward mrs. Battuch or. And mrs. J. L. Biker or. And mrs. James and mrs. Dice Noia the misses i cos Nola mias Maria Girard messenger and miss Chamberlain. review. In the april homiletic Funk k Wagn Alln new York or. Ehing Wood discusses a a the present relations of the false religions to Chrindia pity a Bishop Huntington a applied christianity Tho True socialism a or. Rora Enander a liturgical tendencies and the service of the reformation a and or. C. M. Cobern thu Egypt Logist a Bibl idolatry and or. We sly or Reid Davis has a Sermon a Why the Piliar of Hiram wore crowned with lilies a Bishop Potter and Prosi dont Bashford speak on revivals Tor. Wilbur f. Crafts review Ahn Stuart Milt our sunday the Peabody Model dwellings in London Aro described. Is by lady Herbert and is autobiographical. John j. A Beckon begins a Story a a question of Alfred Young a Eom easter vers by Hast thou seen him whom my soul Novoth a j. H. Gore pm. D., gives credit to Gabriel Mouton. The priest who anticipated the French Academy in pro nosing the basis of the motrin system of measures. Henry h. Noville has a sketch entitled a Galveston Beach a with thoughts suggested there As to the solution of the negro question. Rev. William Barry has a second paper on the witness of Scienzo to religion 3iary Elizabeth Blake an ode on Tho Silver Jubilee of archbishop Williams o. E. To Daon a paper entitled a through Mexico by rail a 8. M. G. H. A Short Story a the stage from Whipple s Corners a Rev. W. Elliott another instalment of father Becker s life Aud William f. Markov a paper on the Catholic truth society. Advocates of Temperance. A meeting in of Iarion i lace episcopal Charr by a Temperance meeting was held last night in Tho Hanson place Mot Hodut episcopal Church Corner of St. Felix Street Rev. Or. A. B. Kondig pastor which was very largely attended. Much enthusiasm was manifested As to meeting progressed. Edwin p. Ide chairman of the committee of 100 of the constitutional prohibition amendment movement Prosi Dod and the speakers Wero John n. Stearns Secretary of the National Temperance publishing company of new York and the Rev. C. Ii. Mead. Tho meeting was further made interesting by a company of four singing Orange hits called the Silver Lako quartet of which or. Mead second balt a is a member. They rendered several of Tho Moody and Sankey hymns appropriate to the occasion to the accompaniment of a parlor Organ played by Ono of the quartet. Or. Stearns was Tho first speaker. He was introduced by the chairman in a Brief felicitous address in which reference was made to the influence of education in tue matter of drinking. Or. Stearin reviewed the Vicissitudes of the constitutional prohibition amendment Bill and went on to say that oven if the people should not gut their wish regarding it they would still have for which to congrats Olalo themselves. They have created More sentiment in the last Nix i months against drinking and have brought More towns under prohibition than was Ever the Cane before in the history of Tho state of new York. Or. By Earth then paid Liis respects in no Uncertain tone to a a enemy to a healthy Constitution. To said that the Bible in five places prohibit the use of liquor. He next dwelt unon the strength of the liquor organization and said that every Man casts a vote in its favor every time he drinks a Flass of Beer. He advocated the use of moral suasion and Tho value of personal prohibition in Tho fight against inherited appetite social drinking customs the organized liquor Power corrupt politicians indifference Anil the arising from the immense influx into tin country of wine and Beer drinking foreigners. He a dosed with the thought that the Temperance movement a the child of Tho nineteenth Oen my Aud than any other similar movement had accomplished More for humanity through agitation education and determination. The Silver Lake quartet then Sang a throw out the Lite line a while a collection was being Takon up for the Caine represented. Or. Mead next arose Ami waked up Tho Large audience to great demonstrative Ness by a address of mingled pathos and humor. taking it for granted that Tho presence of so Many people was evidence that the drinking habit was a null recognized Asau evil he said that lie time had Long since passed by when Temperance speakers wore expected to prove that alcohol was a Eurse. So much Light had been turned on thu question As indeed had been timed on no other Liivat Reform that Over body was convinced of that. The question of Tho Day Thor Foru was not to prove that drink was an evil but How to crush it out. He thou related a number of incident that had occurred in his lengthy career a a Temperance agitator. In telling them he showed himself a master of the pathetic and humorous in style moving his methodist Hoar on in turn to loud am us and to laughter. To was especially Goud m relating a Visic he once Mado to a paper Mill where he said they make shoot for editors to lie on. To contrasted this Papor Mill to a Gin Mill for we Brua mentioned Turati a clean while useful Ancl in every nay desirable article from dirty and rag thu latter does just lib Rover get converting into a disreputable repulsive and disgusting object the Puro and unsullied Hoy of a Good Mother a to Derest care and constant Loving solicitude. The choir of Tho Church having Jed the singing of the a Dux ology the audience was dismissed with Tho Benediction by one of the members of thu Silver Lake quasi it. Tue Century Magazine. Tonuu Aatlo the califor Ula Pioneer Serley of paper. Tho april Century again presents Confederate War experience in Northern prisons in a paper by or. John a. Wyeth who was at lamp Morton Indianapolis. Dogs and rats Aro declared to have been eaten there. But the percentage of deaths u admitted to have Bce a less by one half than in Southern prisons. The Talleyrand memoirs though appearing no Longor Are somewhat elucidated of a pap6r by mrs. Amelia Gore Mason who sketches two women of Tho French revolution mesdames Roland and de Stael. Lut Tor by Wordsworth to his Young admirer do a Mccoy containing moral advice Aro Given by Tho latter biographer with the replies. Or. Mary Putnam Jacobi reviews the discoveries of Pasteur Koch and other germ Hunters. Lieutenant Schwatka writes of his journalistic expedition to mount St. in 1886 and Israel c. Russell of the geographic society expedition. Both expeditions Wero successful in collecting valuable geological and knowledge though not in Sun mounting St Elias and the papers give much of this knowledge in text drawing and photograph. M. Conway writes of the up noted relations Between Washington and Frederick Tho great if there wore any such. Or. Conway does not Bei Iova that either a word or any Public Praise Ever passed from Tho latter to the former. L. C. Davis has a to article about the new English actor Willard. Or. Stillmanks paper on Tho old masters is actor Apanius by a frontispiece engraving of Leonardo a inc in a a Mona Lisa and others from his works. The California article Are a the Panama route in 40.�?� by Julius h. Pratt giving his Gold Hunting adventures with illustrations by Gilbert Gaul after old drawings from life and a Tho Conquest of California a which is by general Fremont himself giving Bis own part in the acquisition of Tho state Foi the Union together with much historical and descriptive matter. This paper has been delayed by Tho illness of mrs. Fremont who Haa edited it from manuscripts and notes left by her husband. A californian a contains Buchanan a dispatch As to the policy to to pursued in acquiring California and a sketch of Tho hardship of Tho isthmus Rhino. A Pioneer mining life is by e q. Waite Secretary of state of California. This series has almost rivalled a interest for pioneers or their children that of the War among voter Anri to judge by the great number of letter.4it Lias called Forth. The financial editorial of the number is on a a cheap Money lesson from history a and mind cure and Chri Tian science arc discussed As affecting regular medical practice. A Tho Faith doctor Quot by Edward Eggleston is continued Maurice Thompson contributes a a race Romance Allen m. Hamilton a Herr von Strimp feud sex pm Ament a Richard Harding Davis a there Wero Quot ninety and nine a and a colonel Carter of Carters villus is a in shod. E. J. Glave has an illustrated paper on a in Congo in the Royal Arcanum. New if Rota among rho mom who lib a in v., plots. At the next meeting of fort Greone Council april 9, George a. Hunt will give an exhibition of Tho phonograph. The meeting will to called at 8 of clock and Iii close about 9 30, when thu doors will to thrown open Oas to permit Tho admittance of men who Are not member of Tho order. This will be an informal but a Yury pleasant acc option no doubt. There will be vocal and instrumental music and a Good time generally. Tho committee of arrange Omeus consisting of John a. Quintard. J. C. Kuhlke Warrus c. Treadwell t. E. Taa Weinau Samuel Green c. F. Larry Thomas w. Kelly j. A. Grill Hood George brow i j. F. Price and b. S. Horton of thu Royal Arcanum councils of Brooklyn and Long Island have made the following arrangements for the grand Lodge meeting to by held in the City of Binghamton n. Y., on april 28 and 29 leave on the Eri railway from thu foot of Chambers Street 0 a. M. Monday april 27 special parlor cars have Beon re served for the dul egut and their Fri and Tho Undin club composed of member of the order have also a oct real a special car for this trip. The train will arrive at port Jervis it 12 noon and will make a Stop of forty minute i for dinner leaving port Jervis thu Tram will pass through the picturesque Delaware Valley arriving at Binghamton at 4 p. M. Most of the Delegate have arranged to take their wives with them As the committee Havo been assured of a Good Timo by Tho Binghamton Council. The late mrs. Vax Killen. The funeral of mrs. Cornelia r. Van sicken who died at Hoiriis on Friday Cook Placo Chis afternoon at 2 of clock from Hor Lato residence. Mrs. Van sicken was thu daughter of Jacob i Tyr son u Well known resident of thu now Ward and before her marriage with or. Van Side which occurred three years ago was prominent in to piety Circle in the new Ward. A Large number of the residents of the annexed District went to Jamaica and then took the carriages waiting there to Hollis and attended Tho funeral services. The interment was at Hollis. Brooklyn medical journal. The april medical journal Brooklyn has article on a galvanic Aud Zaradic electricity a by or. L. F. Criado a Pelvic abscess a or. A. Ii. Buckmaster a inf Lonco of Public opinion on surgical practice a or. E. A. Lewis on schools in tenement Bouses and Tho evil of janitors residing in the Public school editorial the obituary of or. William in cry hic runs a sketch of John Baptist Van Ile Lmont by or. Joseph ii. Hunt papers on Progress in Medicino by or. Fowler Jewett Conkling Bartley and Kemp and Brooklyn vital statistics for 1890. Al yet to deep Well. Catholic tto Sld Magazine. The april Catholic world discusses Tho recent Check to the Irish Hemo Rule movement and Hope for a return of Gladstone to Power and Morley to the government of Ireland with Relief from allowed a amp Tah or unjust evictions mismanagement of Law courts and tyranny and cruelty of the police. A eth Trueb tory of the Well that is being driven on the premise of Edward d. Morgan at Wheatley has reached a depth of 050 feet and there a no telling How much deeper the pipe will have to to sunk As at Tho present depth the Sand a so soft that it clogs the pipe and prevents Tho flow of a water. Or Moreau say he will not give up Nutil a Supply of water Haa Bon Obj ipod no matter what the Cait the police watching the anarchists very closely. Russian Affra ii in Sofia am International question on Tho Swiss Frontier. Sweden and Norway a Balma sedate Power waning in Chili. By the United pros. London april 0. It in stated that owing to the ferocious utterances of Tho communists at Tho Rocert Celebration in London of Tho twentieth anniversary of the Pari commune Tho policy authorities have detailed detectives to watch the Moro Rabid of the foreign anarchist who now find Refuge in England and to ascertain whether there is really anything in their talk submit starting Tho com Minio in London going through a baptism of blood Aud to Forth. If there should prove to to anything in Tho baptism of blood business the foreign anarchists will probably be expelled from England or locked up As suspicious Persona. The prevalent belief in that the anarchists Are harmless and really have no idea of killing the Quot beast of Proy Quot As Ali a Call Tho people who have property. London however is infested with them As they flock hero from All parts of Trio continent Ami Vise the City to Hatch plot and conspiracies against Continental government. Hereafter they will be More closely watched a although Germany permits her agent at.8nfla to act also in behalf of the russian government an arrangement established when Bumrok was Chancellor the Kaiser will not allow the German Agency the be the should of any plots or conspiracies against Prince Ferdinand As thu prompt surrender of a bulgarian in the employ of the embassy has Hown. This Man Socho Vulkoff is Buli oved by Tho bulgarian authorities to Havo been Tho leading spirit in Sofia of the conspiracy to murder Premier sum Buloff and which resulted in the killing of minister Koltchoff. I surrender was of vital importance to 1�?~rinco Ferdinand government and it was equally to the interest of Russia that to should be protected. Tho russian ambassador Schouvaloff had a personal interview with rapid i on the subject immediately after his return to Berlin but Caprivi was firm. Thu arrest it is Beli Yed May Lead to the Unoo Oring of the whole conspiracy a Peculiar International question has Arisen at a place called Lofun on the swi a German Frontier. An italian who had traversed Switzerland with a performing Monkey and a barrel Organ Cro Hod the Riuo into Germany. He was arrested Fortio want of a passport while to was in prison i Monkey not being properly confined got Loose and injured a child by biting. The Monkey was killed. The italian was released Aud sout Back a Roth Tho Frontier but to has remained for Dar. Jurat on thu other a Ide shooting abuse and menaces at Tho German Sentinel immediately opposite Ami loudly Dema Diug compensation of his Monkey. The German authorities want Tho follow silenced but the Swiss have refused to interfere with him on Tho ground that to in doing no harm Aud Lias a grievance. A Stockholm dispatch says that Tho swedish government is being strongly advised to put Down norwegian disaffection with a forcible hand. The governments critics claim that Sweden has been too lenient and conciliatory in its treatment of Norway and Lias thereby encouraged the spirit of secession among a certain class who would sooner boo Norway under Tho Protection of Russia or Denmark than of Sweden neither of these Powers it is raid would dare to help Norway should the disaffection by dealt with now. Russian Emi Arien Are charged with fomenting trouble in Norway. Advices from Chili leave Little doubt of bal Maou Dav approaching defeat. Tho whole country is against Trio president for Tho outrages which his troops in the burning Down of farmhouses and the do a Tructien of crop and Vineyard belonging to escaped opposition loader. Trio late so called election i Haid to to the Verost farce nobody daring to vote buc employee of the government. The Harvest i rotting in tin Fields owing to Trio labourers having Buon impressed or tempted away by bounties to the military service. News of the Cross country runners. Of flu Drugof the Long Island association harriers out in Force the adjourn of meeting of Trio Long Island Cross country association was hold on saturday night at Tho residence of g. Ii. Weymouth 5 Macon Street. The following Chib were represented Prospect harrier Outing a. 0., Union harrier. Etna a c. And Brooklyn Heights a 0. The committee on Constitution and by Laws having Mado a favourable report was discharged with thank. Vice president j. Ii. Mellor reported that atrophy had been Prosen Tod to the association for the winning team in the forthcoming championship rate on april 1 8. Charles f. Brandt of president of the Prospect harriers also proposed to give a prize for the Junior championship race and j. Ii. Mellor one for the senior. A committee was appointed to make arrangements for the championship race which will to held on the Brighton Beach race Courso the messes. Eng Oman having tendered the Uso of Tho same for Tho run. It was also decided to give a prize to each of the first six Aumi in Tho Junior championship race. Tho Junior teams will to started a half hour prior to Tho senior to avoid confusion. The juniors will run a distance of about tire Miles and Tho seniors eight Miles. Tho next meeting of the ush roution will be held at the Prospect harrier gymnasium on Turs Dav april 14. The Vicinity of Bay Ridge was crowded be ter Day with Cross country runner and their admirer making it very difficult for the Boer tutors to identify their favourites. Tho pro pct harriers had out two pack. Captain e. H. Whitlock lad Trio a Low pack consisting of about to wont runners and j. Lloyd the fast with w. H. Kuhlke and f. Kuhlou. Tho slow pack a tarted at 3 of clock from Tho Manhattan House sixty fifth Street and fourth ave duo Over a stiff course of about seven Milos followed by thu fast pack thirty minutes later. The run in was a brisk one Tho Captain heading their teams a lib in inked in a Bunch. Fast Timo was made but not recorded. The Bridge athletic club harriers had a Good run Over about five Miles of the stated Handicap Curro at Bay Ridge. In Brady finished fit with John lung Suwon to Tho Union athletic club harrier Alho had a stiff run yesterday from Bay Ridge Over a six mile course. Captain j. Findlay was first in and a. J. Mccarthy second. Time�?33 minutes and 21 seconds. The member of the Acorn athletic club Cron country team had an eight Milu run Over Tho Shore Road and adjacent country. The Start was Mado from the Clun House fifty sixth Street and second Avenue. Good time was made the Courso being covered in 55 minutes. A several other Cross country club teams wore out at Bay Ridge yesterday including thu St. James Outing visitation lyceum a. 0. And the St. Peters Catholic Library association. News of the cricketers. A Liat Tho member of Hove anti Kadi Aud or Oaklyn clubs Are Hoing. A special meeting of Tho Manhattan Cricket club was held Friday night at 585 Fulton Street for the purpose of miking arrangements for the ensuing season. The opening any was fixed for May 2 at Prospect Park. Two match Wero arranged for May 9 with the fort Hamiltou Cricket club Firste Loven at Prospect Par. Anda second c level at fort Hamilton. About forty matches have been Mado for both first and Zuconi al Suju during thu Teuton. An arrangement has been male with the Martha Viu Yard association to play a match with Tho Massachusetts Elevon at cottage City of August 25 and 26. It is Pru Babio that an Mexcur Bieu will pm run on thu Steamer Manhattan on the occasion. Tho member of Tho Brooklyn Cricket club wifi hold a reception in conjunction with thu gun Thorosian Terpsichor Cau and musical Noc Ietje at Avon Hall Bedford Avenue and Halsey Street of thursday evening next. It i up Metud that a Large attendance of Trio members of the club and their friends will to on hand to injure perfection in All details. Oxford homing club. Tim it Chc Dulc for Gio Mil Iliad race announced. Hotel St. Skou Oey or. And mrs. J. Jones t. J. Walh w. R. Fart Brooklyn s. A Small Philadelphia miss Lydia Thompson e. , new York. e. Thomas Boston mass. Or. And mrs. By. Ii. Fisher c. Rickard Albany n. J. Des. Brown s. R. Bror Urbont Philadel. Plan a. 0. A. Murray Kings Park l. A j. F. Daniel Paterson n. To. G. F. , syriac the n. C. L Blissard. Keyport. N. J. Or. And mrs. W. Bennett Rochester n. A f. A. Tidey Newark or. And mrs. G. Burtis a. C. Pilch new York g. B. Shallow 3lr. Aad . By. F. Brown or. And mrs. Greening a. F. Zoom Coli j. F. Jiroch jr., w. R. Faith t. E. King f. Murning f. E. Stevens j. H. Walters d. Mcneil a. O. Kit trudge or. In. Vroome or. F. Walker Brooklyn. 1ntkun 1tk�.nal al of kti1ius. Tho ethical enemies of theolog Yaro legion. The april International journal of ethics Philadelphia Hap up is on a social Equality a by Leslie Stephen a Tho religious Elmont in ethical codes Quot professor g. H. Tor a Vtha right final aim of life a professor g. Von Gizycki a Tho moral kilo Nohrr and the moral. Life Quot professor William Jam a another View of Tho ethic of land tenure a Trofo or 8. N. Patten a Mona tales a Clara e. Collet a school of applied ethics and a review of general Booth a Diu darkest at the april meeting of Tho Oxford homing club Tho committee on training recommended the following soon Dale for Tho old Bird race of 1891, Winch was adopted May 3.cranl.uny, n. A. 45 Quilos a May 10 ii of a. A. Milo i a Lay 17 we Higton got. 105 unto / to iraqi .md.13k Mitas a Alny 81.m , let. 5.205 Milo Dune . Va.301 i a j mount ya.408 mile july 5.ne.vun, no.510 Miles the Bird Are in Fine condition and with favor Able weather Good re Nils May by looked for. Hovel 4iiuiyals. Not Tubero i talk of reopening the railrov.1 Bat woos is filmy Stream Aud i Hompstead. Judge lilt of own it Aud will to amp to it to Tho Long jul amp us coup Pany. Hot a ;