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Indianapolis Monroes Iron Clad Age (Newspaper) - January 13, 1883, Indianapolis, Indiana The , late Sev Monr times , a is teary 13, 107�? 83. Expo sea the mediums. Tutti Werthe English mind Reader s Powers to severe tests with some obstructions prom spiritualists. New York limes. Or. Stuart Cumberland s in Iliou Cement that he Avoult expose the Cabinet manifestations in which spiritualists so much Delight attracted an audience that completely filled Chickering Hall last evening. A committee half a dozen gentlemen was selected from the audience and took seats upon the platform so they Codd inspect the methods the Raitid Reader and see that there was no collusion practice Between him and his assistants and As a guarantee also their fairness. Tjie members the Tomn Pittee were a picked out at random. Henry Berg Stephoni Massey Tice the jeweler Brooklyn the Rev. Palmer and Newtou were among the num Jer. Or. Newton was up nested to think some article that was in the Jos session some person in the Hall find a rite the name the person and that the article a slip 3aper. This was done and . Bergh became the custodian the piece paper. Or. Cumberland was then blindfolded and placing . Newton s left hand to his own forehead proceeded to solve the difficult problem. With hardly any hesitation he led . Newton Down the aisle and reaching a lady selected a Diamond ear ring As the object the doctor s thoughts. The Experiment was a Success and the lady admitted that her name was that which . Bergh read to the astonished audience. At . Cumberland s direction the doctor thought a place where he would like to have the ear ring deposited and blindfolded himself Aga Iii. Or. Cumberland led him straight Back to the platform and placed the jewel in . Bergh s hand. The doctor was even More astonished than the audience As he admitted that that was the spot uppermost in his mind. As . Cumberland avas about to proceed with his next test that picking out the month and Date birth any person the Chart a a Little incident occurred showing that an attempt was being made by some spiritualists to throw him into confusion and to destroy the effects his tests with the audience. He had called for somebody to come Forward to Anil him in illustration the age test and ill response to his invitation a gentleman hurried Down the aisle and took the platform. He was directed to take Iii seat at the table and write his name which was then to be Given to . Berj a. As . Cd Haberland was i Roenee line wit i the next step the Strainger frankly udi fitted that the name was not Liis it i Vii which he Inid just written. He Tsien asked permission to it . C Noher Laius to a test which was readily Agre Eil to after the audience had signified its assent. The stranger then asked him to ick out ill the audience the Man upon whom he would concentrate his Tho Glits and who he said was it Juite As Well known to the audience As the president the United states. Quot i know the gentleman by sight Only and have never spoken to him in my life Quot said the stranger. Or. Cumberland tied the handkerchief Over his eyes and taking the stranger s hand began the search for the Man who was As Well known As the president the United states. He spent nearly ten minutes in his Endeavor and finally after Hunting about without Success removed the handkerchief and bluntly asked if the object his search was in the House. Quot Quot shouted a Bald headed gentleman with Short Gray whiskers who occupied a seat near the stage Quot you be been All around Liim half a dozen times and you Haven t been Able to find him the spiteful vigor the remark was by the audience. Or. Cumberland devoted a few More Iii notes to the search and asked that the stranger communicate the name to somebody else Atud through that Otner person he would Endeavor to find the name. Wilile the several gentlemen to whom the name was confide l All knew it quite As Well As they Liat the president none them were acquainted with him and being unable to fix his locality in to Weir own minds were course unable to assist the mind Reader. The latter then gave a the at to nept. It is Only fair to him to say that he has performed the same test under other Coli join. The audience was in sympathy with him and in order to be assured that the Man was in the House and that no trick was being played non them by the stranger demanded his name. The stranger replied Quot Max Strakosch Quot and pointed out that gentleman. Or. Cumberland neatly covered his Retreat by inviting . Strakosch upon the platform and there while blindfolded picking out the Chart september As the month and the 27th As the Date . Strakosch s birth. Or. Strakosch laughingly informed the audience that the information discovered by the mind Reader was Correct. By the same process he next indicated the Date a Coin find the exact location a pain from which a gentleman in to audience admitted he was suffering. The latter had written Quot pain in she liver Quot a slip l Aper and after . Cumberland had searched him All Over and finally concluded by patting the Region the liver affectionately . Bergh read the slip paper. A Vars Laugi iter and prolonged applause greeted this Little Experiment the Cabinet manifestations and the exp Jose the manner producing them were illustrated most Success filly. Or. Cum Ireland permitted himself to be bound hand and foot and tied to a chair in the Cabinet. Its curtains were then drawn and from within the enclosure came sounds a whistle and a Tambourine. Then the Tambourine suddenly Fiew Over the top the Cabinet upon the stage Ashen the curtains wore drawn Assile . Cumberland was still seated in the chair and the doctors certified to the audience that his cords had not been untied. A Glass containing water placed upon the Tambourine which in turn was placed upon his Knees was found to be drained when the audience next was permitted to gaze into the Interior the Cabinet. Then two pieces Wood were nailed together by . Cumberland two nails having been placed in his Mouth a chair alongside his own and the Hammer rested in his chair. A spiritualist was invited to com i Forward and inspect the operations and the Bald headed gentleman with Gray whiskers climbed upon the platform. He insisted m raising some objections to the exact method procedure possibly with an idea preventing the expose but was hissed Down. When . Cumberland invited him into the Cabinet to see some his spirits and be blindfolded into the bargain he refused Point Blank and was laughed at acid jeered by the audience. In the expose which f allowed the audience was shown How by an extra Ordinary faculty contorting the body and working the Muscles All these wonderful spirit manifestations were done. There was longer any mystery about this class spiritual performances. The spiritualist jeered Over into the Cabinet while . Cumberland was showing the modes Operand Anil exclaimed at its close that s genuine another spirit trick that a Rodning the sinits various Intsons from a Cabinet in which the medium is placed after having been severely tried was skilfully exposed. Or. Cumberland Persona Ting the spirit and walking about in his darkened Hall in a suit White. When he was placed in his Cabinet to had a Blak suit. This method transformation he assured his audience was simple enough As All Iii Ritualist very Well knew. Notes from the Field. Boston Index i it dec 8. It during the debate at Mechanicsburg Ohio mention etl in a Prev Vious letter evolution was referred to frequently bit since there was no time to Advance evidence in its support even to state the theory with fullness there was a Strong desire to hear a lecture two the subject. And by the request several prominent citizens among whom were gentlemen who had arranged for the debate in by half our opponent we spoke two evenings in exposition and do Fence t i Lution. Ther i was marked interest in the sul Jet and at the close the , a number to it Verso is about books to Iii ii we had Rcd i red and said arrant i in its would be made next Senson for a full lectures tie subject. More than a in Ozhik in , ii la Ding Soin the Mit Rutelli Iii Lii dins the l i Camii i subscribers to i lie and a. Liis was since Mucci Haidich Burg vol Rich is situated a part the Virginia military rest vation settled larg by by a Irginia is to whom claims won Sohl is an it a Mie v orthodox town and ii a r 1 its for the debate c Lyleton s would have the prestige and advantage a great controversial Triumph. He had Given his friends and the people the Community generally to understand that he anticipated easy work in disposing Quot infidel Quot arguments and objections. Had he not been a debater nearly half a Century and had he not Vanc wished scores orthodox opponents he not realize that he was entirely unacquainted with the results the study and research the last Twenty five years and that his main positions had been utterly abandoned by the representative thinkers the religious world. But few orthodox ministers to have met in discussion the past fifteen years have done worse in debate than . Carleton who although personally a pleasant gentleman is a theological Fossil no possible use now in the world to night further than to show what once satisfied a Liberal sect christians who Good and Brave work in past generations. On our Way West we stopped at Indianapolis. In that City a Largo number the leading men Are freethinkers but they Are without organization general desire for any the opinion prevailing that such organization is liable at Tjie present time to result in Moro harm than Good. The press Indianapolis is rather Liberal. Two distinctively free thought papiers Are pm blushed there now the age formerly the Seymour times edited by . J. R. Monroe and the iconoclast started about a year ago by . W. H. Lamaster and now under the joint Editorship himself and . W. F. Jamieson. The age is Well established and has quite a Large circulation. With the iconoclast existence is yet a struggle As it necessarily is with All Young Liberal journals. Or. Monroe is a poet and a wit and his paper is unique in its criticism theology and its statements the editor s views current events which show Independence thought and spright Liness style. On questions involving great social and moral it rests he takes High ground and is pretty sure to say the right word in the right place and at the right time. In Chicago we Learned that the philosophical society is in a pros Jeroue condition and is having a course interesting lectures this season. Quot the society Foi ethical culture Chicago Quot which Hon. Henry Booth is j resident and . A. B. Hosmer is Secretary at n recent meeting decided to arrange a series six to eight lectures to to Del Vercil under the auspices the society sunday afternoon Between january 7 and june 10, 18 we have invitations to both the Sccio ties above named and Hope to be Able to do so before w i return East. Or. Sch my one the editor a the Alliance is working hard to Mak i that diaper a Success. He is a Young Man ability Anil Promise. Fura Short time he was proprietor and editor a journal l published at Madison wis., the Ilad ical lie View which was one the Best Little free thought sheets that have appeared in the West. It l. Bundy the Eligio philosophical journal is in improved ii Alth and making it hot for those who attempt to practice fraud in. Name spiritualism and to advocate All sorts vagaries As a Pait its philosophy. Milwaukee is rather a Cosmo Politani and Liberal City. The German element As is Well known is hire and its leading representatives fire Bro fid progressive Moa the English and German dailies keep in Advance the to Jular sentiment. Their re ort8 our lecture in that City last sunday w ire fair and quite full. The subject Church taxation has been fully discussed in the a Jors and is a qui Stion considerable in Terest among the people. The position the catholics to Church taxation is Strong and bitter h Homo the protestant churches in e in favor the Reform. Or. Bite who High let Een a member the h i Slature Wisconsin has done Gallant service in the cause state whips . 11.spencer As a private citizen Lias Don ii More to bring this sub Stu t before the people than any lieu Man do a Meu in Tho state. Milwaukee has two Hrco ebb real societies but they Are not Strong and the liberals the City generally do not a Poar to feel much utes est in Tuuu. Tho German free thought society is probably the largest find boat sustained it has a circulation in every state the Union. The lecture we gave in that City was Well attended. By invitation . J. L. Dudley who spoke a year two in Boston for the Parker memorial society and . Mcallister the superintendent schools made interesting remarks at the close the discourse. B. F. Una it i Youj it. New. La rom exor s ski Siow. Ii in latter to c icy Deylii Piug its acceptance xviii end o., december 25.�?the newspapers Friday and saturday last generally contained the Ankouni Dement that the application general c. H. Grosvenor for a pension had been successful. The friends the general knew the Chi racer his intentions As re girds this i i plication fit the time Tjio filing the same a nid later urged him to prosecute the Chism for Tho purpose vindication. Notwithstanding he refuses to accept it Fis n Penis in jigs letter december 1882, to colonel Dudley commissioner pensions which the following is a i copy , o., december 2o, 82. Col. W. W. Dulley commissioner pensions dear sir it is news from a circus a Ailys opinion Lii Joii Pinill. Chicano r p. Journal. The Chicago daily times for new year s Day was an immense affair each copy weighing half i Pound. It i stained Fui am unt Statis Iccil historical find current matters sufficient to Kinnke a Large two Dollar Book. Under the heal Quot statistical Misc Ell Iny Quot in that Issue the times gives its opinion the Eligio Philo Pilica join Neil As follows philosophical la a . John c. Bundy editor and pub said in Tho special Lisher the i Eligio Loso tical Washington in the newspapers journal Orts a continued Bluit my claim for invalid pension growth Iier Manemit circulate m no. Iuo Jcj has been allowed Finis that will be very Gratifying to the i that the arrears amount to .4, 179. Great Community thinkers and i have not received Thi Check but students interested in the subjects i assume the report to be True within its editorial Sojie Tjio in 1880, u few a fits before the Rogu fir weekly Issue having reach j time fixed by Law for filing claims de near Twenty thousand copies had elapsed rising from a terrible a subscription patronage the spleen i attack a Maridy with which i strength which lies in Tho five suffered greatly since Tho War fact that it is a most exclusively i i Fiji lied for a i pension representative the Olivest most the injury to my shoulder intelligent and most Influent Iii i by a Fri inroad fun incident element american society. Or. During the War which has been Bundy in his Annu in address to steadily growing More and More the hews Trade and the Public makes a very Lucid statement the editorial relations the journal to Church dog ii to modern philosophical topics and to the science and Phenomena spiritualism the treatment those subjects being strictly find in Fdl instances from a rational scientific and non sectarian standi Point the names attached to the fun Elress alarming suggested permanent in opacity for work with Quot my pen while the other Al fiction hid Long been Rono Nuccil incurable hence As a matter precaution and duty to those dependent upon me 1 Mufide the apply coition. I it for safety alone not intending to follow it with proof unless Ray necessities drove me to it. In june 1h81, after my a Silica with varied expressions co oper j tion hid l Een file it year and up action and Fellowship being a those j to which time i had done nothing to h. W. Thomas d.d., Hon. W. A Quot shit i news Piper published k. Mcallister b. F. Underwood Samuel Watson d.d., and others the expression Liev. Lobert Collyer being Chirat Teristi Quot Good for you Nevei Man in your ranks half so Well. A grave it is and it is but fair to Siy the lie Ligio philosophical Jot trial is now not Only recognized As Standard authority the highest living find c i Tonii ovary authority a in the philosophy and Phon Iii Enof spiritualism by the and conservative so Ritualist the i Lii Tod states and England but Uio is held in Tho thinking circles the Avold As the sanest , Ablest strongest All the journals cd published in tie interest i it Hilm Sophic truth thu tone c f that is in Itna Listic press l ii Maikl indicating Tho j practical conversion the Faith ill that country to tin doctrine so Long maintained with almost austere by the journal that St int Iii proof i Quot the Only proper attestation s ritualistic Phenomena. Had the i times consulted u.5 l a fore publishing the fir Ticle it Ould not have stilted the journal ii circulation so Large by Quot some thousands. We i Rennie Scalar contemporary ased its Asti irate upon the merits which it so forcibly assigns to the j air Ned find reasoning from a secular a standpoint concluded there could hardly be less Tufui the null it a Given. The journal from the nature its Mission can Only Hope to grow with tie increased growth it intelligence find love accurate investigation Tho this is necessarily slow but sure. The Titio the journal s influence to its circulation is phenom Iaal and most Grov tidying to every rational Progi Essie thinker be to spiritualist not. No other Aper within our knowledge any sect 5ftrty, has Ever survived such wide>-8pread, virulent it i it Ohirion. The Jimr Nal Bias not Only yield its me and this , a Chai be clearly Neifide by innuendo Tunit Tho cd film wis fraudulent and the application false. The Al Legatie was made by an Oak in find bitter enemy find with openly avowed intention to i Iii me moreover he j laced in the pension Olaco i Chairge and notice to the government that the claim wis a false one fund ought in t to be a granted. I under these Cir Iii stasices 1 had no Choice but to offer such evidence As 1 Imd to Quot support in june last 1 imn ived Vou such i roofs and thanks to your wry Grant Kii ulness i immedi ii tion was had. My army re coi d v Asa a arc cd i round to be without a blemish. Was Subj cd de to a careful examination by a me diced Bourd skillful inn a Bible . The result was the allowance the claim upon the highest Grade disability not fun comi Anieul by loss limb Eye. Thus my position in the matter has been vindicated the 3 honesty the claim establish Eil a ind that which us Worth mor it thin Money to my Cli Ildron my i enl Nimr left unaffected. But i am not poor and while i have worked much the time since the War in refit weakness and often extreme suite ring i live been Able to do a great deaf work in my profession have up. To this time succeeded in supporting my family and prompting the e jul cation my children. I do not know How Long even this ability will Hist but for the time Wijit h is a amp pc i will not Iii this pension. I therefore beg you to take Siuth Steps As May to necessary to cancel this Check for arrears Fiswell bar the right to any future recovery and thereby can Al that much the obligation to me Tho government his so Gene Ousby undertaken. With thanks for Tho kindness own in circuit Ion. But a timidity Fusil a shown me by yourself and major irresistibly wrought a great revolution and Reform. It is a Phe Noi Nenon in history for and orm to it it. Cuoio from within the ranks any school thought a political Riv Gigious philosophic in to it a Siciu Itilio. Many he Riding a ritual in to were in despair when we first began thinking our Solf imposed task a hopeless one. But inspired by n mysterious a fir and an abiding con licence in Tho ult invite Triumph truth to have Arri it gtd Forward the work in the face every obstacle find to Davy our Faith is being Justi de and to those who once despaired thu Quot Hopes now seem sure to end in fruition. Had been i Ide by Mirt quest to pronounced front Hick the fre Denker the loading Ger ers having been consulted with main free thought Piper this the expectation in that quiver autism country is pay Libed tue and x Vitick i Iii Ili ii cure4 Lanyh Fri nary null iut Dir Iii Iirvin free Ueni Ditt cult kidney Liseh heh. $1, it drug a a his. Imi. Depula St Euail Ltd Iun India Nopolis Jund a Flirk Deputy commissioner and wit i assurances my High esteem for both 1 am your obedient ser fint c. H. Giros Vanoi. P. S. Ini Smuch As Tho fact the \ allowance this pension a Iii been published in the press far and wide. I have taken the Liberty furnishing this letter for publication in Advance its receipt by Yon. C. H. A. Quot i Iloa . Bix it we 8 electric i ll3 a up. Poh Torles for chronic a Inheh Tif Lind i Mendini Rtuh Dugand i la erased l i Lea Are a positive cure for the night aggravated c Iso my Golden carbolic ointment to be a kid with the to perfect a a and Thebert ening remedy for l a Nily ube. Bup Paito a Point Igodt 5 ii a one Box each will Reat u Case Ai Xiy Days. Hent by mail upon receipt i Prio it it put up and Gold Only by myself. Address i. J. Browne m. D., spec Lariat in rectal disease 7 i Vance Block Indianapolis lad. Sinful Mourzie s Back acting to Nofe Kormi a once for Nimciv a Lotela born diff hopi Hon Lii incl Koozmn Ami let i it. Vate fail Lien. O i it throng Mur Ilercil innocents that ivc Lic Ltd that we Lunajr diner Cunic a ill Vou pigs calves Lioi a rows fowls is hcs Liero before us Are a Tio is one Marcof Yurii Taiin Elt a Lio Clies by beat for our Dainty Stonia Ebsa hover Alii iut us and forgive us for Rolbin you Preciou i life. That to Nii Slit feast you Lizul to feel tie Kevii Pil Neof the Butcher s knife. Is it Thi i Ostli Ewillow god who provide in is Willii Sui ils but Williem i ii because. Of were ii Acle for Quot Luan a ,&Quot and having no a e Ilou to to 1 fur killing and eating you. But As pc observe that you were Coni pose Fie and blood and bodies like Quot ourselves that Vou loved life and Sli rank Iroini death As we do that you wer nourished Liy your food t lie Flauie As we Are that von had sense and sensation Cut lived and Sull Rcd tis sumo As we do that the i ii Ede the Iii Teher i knife stung you to Trio bean s Center Besai ideas it Wou a sting us if drawn in in so a Lii Routs As it a across w observe Hoo to feel a tinge ecu Roisi alien Ali us to cat Yim and a vague Quot doubt wheel ice after All you May not have had soul As Precio Sassou Rouru a l whet Liei it in t about As Ruel to roast and it would be to roast and eat tender inv to Atli Niit Quot specimens our species. And a you Mav Baku had souls that Nav even new lie Pii Keiit we apologize to i irm if such there be for the upon their nun Ilerd Lodic it. To a Dan to Lii cow fors Teai ing from her calf tic no. Mil and Cream and ii utter i churns. And while we Iii at it we Mav As Well apologize fyr killing la e Call Loo. And -i.,.es Cidie us the cultural Prividi its gathered Anim the Lap Cimis Lap Hother Earth the All Milia Cicitt Izmir Sliment that willioiit.t/i7 i a life enables us to life fur these which cat without these cel grateful to i lie toil Wui u baud Abw. With those few re marts Jet the come any fall to Quot not Llie Quot enjoyment Quot entity Iii Tilv but Tiu it the chemical Laboratory that manufactures our Lif. Forces May Besu implied with the materials Orthe proper Pioss tion its myst Erius . Intok a this might b advantageously printed and be read by any one present in the absence the Linister the regular editor the Grace ii we Are a free i ten the us enact Ilic Follot Livic Freedom a Iii Iii in it it it 1� Ilie c Ltd ii it a Titi Ilioiu the Viil cd Nials a Ticle i. Sec. 1. Neit Iier Congress nor any state shall make any Law fieting an religion favouring any particular form cd religion prohibiting the free exec if thereof permitting in any degree a Union Church and state granting any secial privilege immunity advantage to any sect religious body to any number scots religious bodies taxing the people any state either directly indirectly for the support and sect religious body any number sects r religious bodies abridging the Freedom speech the press the right the people peacefully to assemble and to petition the government for a re it it dress i . So \ 2. No religious test shall Ever be required As a condition Sull rage As a qualification to any office Public Trust in any state. No person shall Ever be deprived any his her rights privileges , disqualified for the performance any Puidick private duty retitle red in Toni Patent to give evidence in any court Law equity in cons Quense any opinions he she May hold the subject religion. No person shall Ever be re it tired bylaw to contribute directly indirectly to the support any religious society body which she he is not a voluntary member. Sec. Ii. Neither Tho United states nor any state territory municipality any civil division any site territory shall Levy any tax Niaki any gift Grant appropriation for the supporter in Aid any Church religious sect Benoni Inatio any school Seminary institution learning in which the Faith doctrines any religious order sect shall be taught inculcated in we Civ religious rites shall be observed for the support in Aid and religious Charity purpose any sect order i denomination whatever. Sec. F. Congress shall have Power to enforce the various this article by appropriate leg dilation. Jan. 8, 105,-9vtim it six Luigi s 0�va a a it h l y Stop Bible teries in. Monju s Mooi in Quot Kendi j Fox some ancient fables. My Iii tons now . Cd. In hic Moitz with i cd. A ii Iii it Iii i arty ii Rel Jolius Llu Ilyau s w i. Id cml. to. J what a tin Maxim Gnu Anu Iii a la a Liis la Lilin Assisi Ait Vil. And i atastiuiiliic.s�?1 j i . 11 night is a i vis Icil illustrated with Spirel Iino Radii is Iti cuts. Iii mls Kiln Man it i a ii Iio la Aitla Folio Khz a l . Of a Ici ice some , son r Kiili Otie tru h Oryal Siut a Boly Iii Siisi i r Imd a Piotis sister i it Bis Llis k and a ilium Biaiga at i Frau so Ceils. Jutamas and mis s l .m., 1 Quot pages cloth a Beautis icily Pri Clcil to Luivie. A he a Katie f Kinli Davil a leaflet Poe Iii. 1 Cei is a co pics. ,1j i ii Man Wiki in pict risk Wiio rates in til. Hallot lie Oivin to woman cents. do. My Nook. To n. Illinois Street Lodi aria Solis Iii. It h i image breaker i its Ivy s Kun Pucul Phi Pipit Iris ily doubt k. Rk.1inbl k4. No. 1. The decline Faith. Quot protestant intolerance. Quot it. Washington an unbeliever. Quot 4. Lefferson an unbeliever. Quota. I thine and Wesley. Quot g. The Christ Iii Sabbath. No. I by the concurrent testimony Mort than a scorn eminent regulars and divines Ilia cute Diego Luton the Christian system religion is Lump at hand. No. 2 Iio trays the bloody and intolerant is Frei protestantism. No s i and i present an Eryb Eluting evid Oncu the fait that and Jelly Irwin were infidels. No. N Compaq Claud Cunt . To Tho labors paint and Nunley Parlac ulary to Tom american revolution Viutti tour latter the Tause Independence As attested l v numerous . From bin writings this period no i Given a i Rich history tie lilt be claims it if Biml Ogaus resp Tingle Ami makes Uii Earnest Pica fir tic aii Rogasion Sab i Mariali Laws i Rice single co ills. per dozen 1 1 i i he nil eds a ii Pei Iii Pisand g2ll nil sent a St paid. A Diiro .1 it. Manuok. No 7� n. A Llillie is ill a a Ull la will it Uhi deceiiilier2 he f Armer h Homyack s puce 182 w. Washington St. The Best meal in the City fat a 20o. Lodging. Open Day and night. Jui it a i

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