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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Xenia, Ohio Previous to removal Ore the one Cor House Miguens Xenia o As we intend removing from Zenia in january next in Stock of clothing hats Caps and gent furnish dig Cert thirty Days entirely regardless of Cost As the storms be i Esail milieus old stand Cor main and Whiteman streets Xenia o store for rent and fixtures for said grand display of Duax goods glassware styles fancy groceries coffees sugar Seiei Evaporite i Caiman fruits cigars and tobacco i Itic Affif f no 6 South hmm v old Hickory a graduates of visit to Brown University Providence but there occurs to me at this moment one Little episode in our College life which May Bear repeating to those of the present generation i refer to a visit which Gen eral Andrew Jackson then president of the United states with several members of his Cabinet paid to Brown University it occurred in the summer of 1832 or there were no railroads then he and his retinue came by stage coach and Steamboat from Washington to provi Dence they stopped at the City hotel All our distinguished men called upon them among others the venerable Moses Brown it used to be related that he said to Tho president on being am glad to see thee i have voted for All thy or Wayland and the faculty called upon him Aud invited him to visit the College he came and let me Tell you How he came there was quite pro cession of carriages haunt Many Hackney coaches in Providence then but general Jackson came on horseback upon a famous White horse owned by that Excel Man Charles h Childs Livov stable keeper on Orange Street everybody in 1 Providence knew the horse by sight and name he was called general washing i shall never forget the scene in that Tittle old Chapel after general Jackson had Dis mounted and ascended the stage with or Van Huron the faculty and a Fow other distinguished gentlemen but general Cass who was to address the students was not there by Somo Accident his arrival was delayed and the audience was quite Uii Ensy in a few moments to came Arnor can see him now almost As plainly As i saw him then ascending the Eastern stops to the stage of that Little Chapel with his Wobito heaver hat in his hand conscious that he was late he advanced at once p the front and in a Little speech of five min utes while to pointed to president Jack son As the example of what Persova Cuc Effort and loyalty to duty might accomplish m this Republic he stirred the hearts of nil his hearers and j Well remember what prof Goddard said to Henry an Thony and myself of Tho speech As to were leaving Tho building neat very j religious and educational letter from a Mission nov in India states that cur w bos of american Baptist Mission has wants 7 ptnl1 so acc l Maninoa Tal of 944 in Gigli then months Church catechisms and churches and parsonage were erected in Nebraska during the past year atari a during same societies and the i cd Tocayo journal a Monkey cured of Dublin Herald la not Long ago a gentleman who prided himself on a very me stud of Hunters found that the horses did not appear properly refreshed by their nightly rest one of the grooms on being desired to keep a strict watch disco ered Tab o tame Monkey belonging to the House was accustomed to ride of the horses backs almost All night preventing Keiu froth taking sufficient rest his master on discovering his for Riding and being averse to killing the Tuo Ukson account of Bis horsemanship succeeded in curing him effectually of i Jove of horse the next time that tin Bounds met he had the Monkey put into a full Hunting suit quid securer by a strap to the Saddle of his most spirited Hunt i and took him away to the meet when the Cox found the horse pricked up his ears at Tho Well Cnown sound off at the Haso happened to be a particularly Long Aud severe one the Monkey of course from his Light weight being fas ahead of the legitimate Hunts men a countryman who was coming from the direct of Bhe Fox had taken was interrogated by some of Tho sportsmen who had been thrown out us to Tho position of the Hunt and told them that Tho Fox was looking tired but that one of the Hunts men Wero a Little gentleman in a yellow jacket who took leaps beautifully sure enough master Jacko was in at the death but did not by any Means appreciate the Honor after Tho Fox had been killed there was a Long ride Home again by Tho end of which time the Monkey seemed thoroughly wearied out after this experience he was never know to mount a nah duty of reverence wherein Tho of curb finnity the gospel of Stence Are men Tirol is Correct in saying the Jet the earliest recognition by the heart of Man of ii duty of Universal reverence is found in christianity he tells us that Here wac encounter is threefold a reverence for things above us a rever ence for things around us and a rever ence for tilings beneath us what is it that has Given to christianity this Power to reverence the As a whole it is the recognition of Tho fact that the universe n a whole is pervaded in All its parts by one ind the selfsame Power strictly speaking there is no reverence for things beneath us that which we adore in them is the incarnation in hem of the same inscrutable principle which sways the mightiest forces that which christianity has taught us to adore is not really the Low Liness of the Cross but its height not the insignificance of things called commonplace but the divinity that hides in them it has not told us to cultivate reverence by looking Dowie what it does says hint the things of the uni verse on which we have been accustomed to look Down Are above unit in Power we Kwh m a Mene in uru ution and that their if Job to make Yont friends Happy we Christmas present that is useful As Well As ornamental dont fait to Call at s drug store he has some very Fine hanging lamps hanging in prices from to ladies sachets new styles from 50 cents to the largest Asu Artmont of ladies and gentlemen pocketbooks City toilet bottles dec to 8 Bouth Diebolt itrb1t

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