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Cmttljr JaUo...., .J, 8loMlfr
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(lrk 0. O. dmd
Tnwair ......Kit. Tanir
hrbuul apr(ulu.liit...W. I. IWu.KI.
Amtmut,... ...,N Onrtlnor
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Curui vr.,... E. L. K.lobum
IXOKM.ItllXrl. ; t j
W nyor W. P. CnoMy '
Jiffo.ir.ler.... ..J. T. Ford
Mftfilial ?.....T. Fenuell
TwMiirer.. T. Hkl
..... (J A Wherli-r
''ttrJ - KroJ
.... , JE. C. rntmml
Tliiro WrJ jo.W.Hhiun
1 L. 0. Oilrovrc
Hinlw Nu. 20 W. W'lno
W. K. Crmy
,.M. L. Wbito
YuvrT BrTWt.-8DnJay 8?hm! t 1U
'olock . M. Prembiog ery Mnodny
It incepting the finl, (which w-mw if
Kit.d lo Otk View.) od erry Huudr
prroiuif. Yoong poople'i roentiog one
hoorbffurf nerTioeiDhiiTrBig. Pmyir
mwlicg ery Tbonday tiing. All
((filially loTlleJ U alUsoil.
Kv. A. J. IlriHAKBri, PeaUir.
CAHEBr pBwimtsiA. Praaobing
ferric ewy Hnodny mnimii at 11 and
abo In tli feniDg at 8 o'clock. Huudny
HebotJiit 13 o'clock. Immediately after
preaching. Prayer meeting etery WtdtM
day etenlog. A cordial rotation
tended tu all, especially itraogert iitiug
M. K. C'lit'W'B South. I'reacliing ev
fry Hondny morning and efeiiing. Hnri'
d,.y Hb.r-.l at 8 oeloek lu 0e afmrnoou.
Trayer mating ewry Tbudiy eTeniiig.
EAoMrAt.-8iindMy Soliool at 10
o'clock a. M. rnijcliiiig eery aeeoud
no fonrili Siuida'ya of Hi ruontb ut II A.
M. and everr Huuday evening at 8 P. .
lryer meeting on Tnwalay eroning. All
rmjiwiirully invited to attend.
Ubv .A. 8, Copki-t. PoHtor.
Cubiotia. -Sunday Sdiool every Hun
day ot 10 o'clock. Preaching Ilia flrt
and aecood Hnudnji of Ilia month morn
ing and evening, Pr.e' meeting on
Jtav. R. L. 8iiWii.it. Paalor,
" r""nWlNI)KPKNI)P)NCK UHKK
A "in 22 int ery Mi"lV nlahj In
"i,3'. In ".jounilna r,r..lh..n. In ' "
" !"?.., , n.,,rdtr.
K, V. UAtil"".
VAM-KV UIXK N'V:'
"'A In M
. k. ii Thiimdur
U'A. WVTY, leerelAry '
mow 1inflR. N?-
,,l. or bf'Wf K" ;wk.
r. j. W. Hutr, w.
111(111 III ... ii
II lA,"V,r.ifltMOVKK. . .. ..... n.
A "iai Winter HI reel, "M"" "
ll kU bnlWinip. :
A FKIWH AND "fEt
u" V"h f nieu and "":
in nu I, ! . i
' WATCH If. CM "JJS fri
. .. u ... wild by him n."Ti.,ni
2.00 Tcr Year.
LEE A. BUTLEn.
FIYSIGI1XS AXO SUKSECXS.
U. 8. IXAMININQ 8URQEON3.
OBIW, WmI iltlx nf MkIb HI,,
INUKI'KNDKNt'K, - . . OUKOO.N
DR. J. K. LOCKK,
Physician and Surgeon,
Vltta, Ortn. '
j, m, crowley,
DR. J.R JOHNSON;
All work rrwit4k (t tlw bwit
A. M. injRLET,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Ofllw Kil to lH(Hnli nrt Nirt'l IUiiIi.
B, r H.mhm. B. N, llnjrdrn, W.H.H4mM
ioinu, mm i HtniH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
orriCK II til IM'l rtMK'K.
w (Hut Owrl, hi ti ou
C. S. McN ALLY,
HOOMItAI KIlH-HnKtMAM MU1CIC.
aiMUKlui.VL frr, haI.KM.iiR,
KUbll.hwl by Maiuitl AuMtorlly,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
of Indwndia, Cno.
J. H. tXKU'Kn. I. W. HOUKRTHUN.
I'rMklrni, Vlr Prwlil'nl.
W. II IUWLKV, I'whtar.
a. a Cwor. U W. Itntwrtaon, Uwli tletmlrk
O. W. WhllwUier.W. W. DHIIflfc
A nnrrnJ twnklnf bulnw Iwll
Buy. and toll. Mebaoa uu ll liurlwit
tlrpialM rMlr4 .uNwt to eil or on err-
lftrlodfKll. CoHrollun. miMK
Omchuur.; fa. to. to 4 p. m.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
A DH AM NEIJON.
. ....i k.nkin. and r-ilini titulnru
......... i hiaiu rnudn. bill. dlouiilcd,oiim-
..m.i.1 unMtiU .runted: dopoeiui recelYod on
current wieonnt .ubjwt to cbei-k, Inlwmit pld
no lime rtrll. '
Ju.hu. MDnll. H. H. JMliemon, A. J.
Ooodioan, H. Illneniwra. A. n.iwn,
T. J. Iie. I. A. Allen.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE UWS OF OREGOM.
f. A. MAORI M .
I It A C. PiWKLL
PAID CAPITAL, $25,000.
J.B V.UnUer, J.Tl. mump,
Jl Jiiwipb t;ruven,
r. 8. 1'owell
A eneml b.nklng end exehanye bu.l ii
u ja Ui 'Vlieek or on norllKinUiof dtpo.114
iniJrml Mild mi time depnultii, , ,
1 irTlrTimK.f viiult and burglar proof .afe,
.Kciiwl by Yule time Iwk.
(fttabltolied by Nulloi al Authority.)
Capital National Bank I
' . pii ru nprcoN.
Capital paid up, $50,000.00.
B. B. W A Mi ACE, W.W.MABTIN,
PTMldent. Vloe Prn.ldBl,
J. II, AliBHnT, Cahlcr.
To ramiomon wheat and other merchantable
M4na1 or in ..ore, either in prl,
San rranolano, Peruana, MW'l,, ' ' -.
Uwr.l of ILi.nl; Mlalo Ikanl iif Kditi'tlinl
tdUHcliK III. Kimllimfr, ihivprnor rtvlvmuer
l-.nii.ivnr, il..vrii,r, tti.it. Uni. W. M. Hri.lo,
wrtitry iif .lull.; Hon. K. II Mi'lilniy. Hiiiwrlu.
Irmloui nultllK lii.ini.'ihMi; llrKj.mln Hnhulrtvlil,
tinmldimti J. II. V, Muit.r, Mwltyi Kmiiiv
wminiltiML tl..n, J. J. Nly, Him. I', W. Itky.
j. H.V.HultrvJanibVwirlim,J.t WMlr, Ak
nwd lwy, A. Ji-itliirtf, W, H. Iliilinwi. :
STAND NOT UPON THE ORDER
Th l'ui' Oroeer, who keen a ftmt
Clgara ami Tiwuiccoa, Cnxkerv and
Prescott & Veness,
Indepcndcn( Saoi mill.
FIB AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
I A. Wi
04 STATE ST., SALEM, OREGON,
Gqds. Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Doll Carriages
VVXm'll-KIIKM. HAAK IIAtl. UnOUN, UU T:!ll. f MO()t'KT,
rt.A(l, riMft HACKriti and riHR WOHK.
iwr-Onlv cotiiiili'le MiH'k of (hma
Porllaml. liiHxl gLHlH ami low irlrr.
11. U. l.rrr.Hwl.
1, P. PattbivmiM
-w..-. .... mr-m.- Ma.M
And be Convinced.
72 HUhsI umiIIi Iron barrow, t20.
5 ami 7 tooth cultivators.
The twnt liorne nhoiii(.
Tho boM lu
1 1 hmh
Best price pld fci
Old Iron and
INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY,
1'l.n liu.ill.li. Xxriliul Hl.lll.il llf
Northwint. ltMnithil aud b-llli
fill Im'iilloii. NoMliNiua,nwtHillil
luga. Nt'W iiiratu, full faculty
. IIuIi(bxih,ihi. ainllariniaUiiriilaiiiK'
Noniial, A(lviu-el Normal, una-
I now, Art ami aiumio iii'i amneim..
npecmi aurtnnm ivrn m ihijui'
I ruining, vimintwr iinmary
'T'luMU. hutt.l..l... ,tlitl.u.,M am
IliiirUul tu tul In unv t0UlltV
theatnlcwUliout further ixniuittM-
Tnlil,.,, In Ihii N',,rninl ami bull
tti'wi deiiartineut haa Iwll niluiwd
rrom f lu lo er ymt, and In tlw
Huli-Normal, from f ki to f.
A year ml avtioul fur IIAO, N
mm ami llilaimwa, pi.SO ier term in
ten week. Hiili-Nitrinal W r
term. Ilonnl ul nrnini (lining iihii
HI w Hr wwk, luriillMMl romiw,
wiiii ngiit aim imt, i ht ww.
lUmnl ami IoIkIii In irlvtw fair).
Flnt term nMn Hept. 22, ll.
HliiilenUputi enter at any time.
For cntaloguo, mldrwia,
lU-CAMPHKLL, A. ii., Proa.
J. M. 1H)VELI A. M. V. Pn-a.
flaea alnek of (lnwrie ami PmvMona,
(ilanawarw. Cmtntry pnnluce Inkon In
I A. TINM
ami HimrtliiH UixwU In the elale antith of
G. W. SHINN,
HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
Pnwr llnnimf, Krewolng, Kte. I'auil rut.ni.
,(I0 J,m' MialilM, Indxpvndmre.
MRS. A. M. HURLEY,
Hillinerji Fancy Good j
Mul le Iadpwda Halloaal Bank.
Mitchell Sc Bohannon
SASII AND DOORS
AIX M ROM. NAWINO.
Mitlmlm,! . . - lndpnetidnnre.
Good Frttlld of All KimlH
HO! FOR THE HIRVEST!
SVARVERUD & CO.
Who linvo ivwittly Inonlod In Indcpon-
dunce, and am hero to atay, have on
hand a Iiu'ko Ntock of the light running
We lU'o jimpureil lo mipilly all Wth
TWlNK at a very low Uriw. U
and get prions liefnra purtibaalng 'le'
where. Next door to tl'Donnclrfi.
MAIN ST., INDEPENDENCE
OREGON, EH I DAY, AUGUST 21, 1C91.
J. R. COOPER
Of IinltiKMitloi!, having hIiu
etHfliifl, a hiick eiuchlne and rwveral
atirtu of flnmt clay, in now prepared
to kiwpon hand afluo quality of
Tti'ick, which will t Bold at manon
We hftvo tho Inrgfwfc ftttd IH'ST
rl(M'k of 1 lamina ver brought
lo tbla Httrtion.
ill Oar fca tafattire.
Our Whlpa are dltwt -from the
Factory and ar tho Umt
out of 150 Btylf.
TriiumltiK at riiiwmahln Prim.
DAMON & HUBBARD
BLKINS & Co.,
City Track and Transfer Co.
Hauling of all Kind Dunn at
Knaaonalile Jt a t a .
Mill recti, Oak, and As.li Wood
aksrcullm'tlon Made Monthly"
C.(,l, CU. InriM.,., BrMiHtl,
Moirwiw... hiw?lnu Ciii.h.Cr...
io.l. A.tHrt,. Jy .!!, m or
thmit, lu . t rtt, w-.-ImJww C..will.a.
Cash Grocery & Bakery
ON 0 STREET.
rreah BiwuL Pl ae4 rata, ea kwtd rwf d.
Mil and frMb Mark ot m.m4 Mod.. Boer, i
. tome. Mgu, mmn. i.n aoa mm,
D. B, TATLOa. pTBKleM
f. 4. WEHGENROTH LVl
.u .l,t,p lii II,. mum biilldtnf wltb B. B,
K iMijivl'. i,i,-mmiih .hon, II. U an ettnrv
irl wor.tn.n n .i n. iwiim n. woo. in
(ui.,Ni. H llciu . itimr. of Uia poieaiiata
o4 fxrantm MtUlaMiuu,
S. A. PARKER,
Manunii-tiirer and dealer In ,
Sash, : DKrs, : Monltiinus, : Etc
Vull twk nl OIimui. all .In. hcit iKin.lnnlly
on band. Mpdlalrain.oiieonlniet.,
Factory ou K. It. .tiwl mmu dfpnt.
0 St., lndcpoiKU'iicf.
JAMES GIBSON, Prop.
Firat clMa in erj reaped Special
attention siren trannent eiiatomcrt. A
aample room tor oommercutl traveler.
Mill I nMIIhM.r.. on, amra. wiu , i --
ut Ini.lnrM conducted for Modtrlt. f.
our Offlc It OpeaiH. U. S. P.ltet One.
and w. ran MKiir. l.nt In I... lln tuu thOM
remote from WuhlnKUm.
tt.nd mod.1, drwlng .r photo., with dmcrlp
tloo. W .ilvlH, If p.tnt.bl. or not, fr. of
eh.re. Our re nut du. till ptimt I. n"d.
A P.intl.l. "How to Ohuln l'.tuU," with
nuc-t of x'tii.l client In your Ht.le, oounty, or
lown, nt fTM. AddrMii,
OoMillt r.tml 00.. W.ihlntrtoa, 0. 0.
r'o ,in eoatlvoaou lb m.dlrln. naaat
aiaro than wrcati.e. '"
aaaaMt, II aiuai eaalala
Tonlo, Alterative and
Vatt'e PHI. aaaaoaa theao nalUlaa I
ava .Ib.bI aofjraa, au4
aaottoa, oaaallal rofalarily.
"V v A Pmihllit of Intorm.tlon and th.'Jj
VitV.rt of tho ImIioImii llow i,J f
or (H(tnln 'iit, ('arwiia, Triiit.y
UitrM, Owivrluliifc will frtf.ii f ,
) Hraiiawaf, jfff
ID 'BC3 WSL
a Ercctlyn IcrcjssL
WAGES OF SIN
Stcry off tts treat Ed Frd
Readable Ecssip Isfanjin; tb
Croiial Classes of te;
City and tew fork.
I.aat wwk wound up one of the
niuat rcuiarkabla German futiralB
ever ktdd In eitlwr New York or
Itrwoklyn, in which not far from
forty to fifty tbouaand people par-
Uclpatt'd. Therfl were twenty
UioiiNiud visitor from outaide
cllioa, towna, and Mm, and thou
aanda from New York, and they
held MiaN(rwinnof Itronklyn for four
daja. They enjoyed themaelve to
the full they mktig, they dauoed,
they turned like wheela on hori
zontal bare, they rlimlied perpen
dicular greaay pole, run racea in
aacka, aliot at lrgi'ta, threw mighty
weighta, turned Buiumeraaulta and
handaprlupi, drank lager and
aclinappH, ate pretzelft, achwitxer
and Buiterkraut, and had a good
time generally, and In the whole
four dnya among the thousands
connected with tho filival, there
were only three arrwla; two of
those were Americana, and the
other wan an Irian man. There la
more diaturbnnceat a Coney Inland
clambake participated in by a
down New York or Brooklyn
totiglw tlmn there waa among thoae
fifty or sixty thousand German
during the four daya of their festi
val, lu all thla there ia food for
eonaideration, and it is well enough
to aak ouraelvea, if we could not to
our advantage take a leaf from
their book. The German fully ap
prednteM the wort h of the old ad.
age -"That all work aBd no play
makes Jack a dull boy." M'hile
he worka he works with a will, and
when he plays he puta work on
one side and devotes himself ex
clusively to fun.
The thousands who mode up the
Turners' festival were not a set of
drunken mysterem bent on a grand
debauch, but a body of solid, re
spectable buHinetwrnen, who having
worked faithfully and honestly,
felt themselves entitled to a season
of relaxation, arid took it after their
own fashion, Their wives and
their children were with them, and
appeared to have just as good a
t i me as the father of the fiuu ily. I
know il ia the fashion with temper
ance reformers all over tho country
to speak of the Germans who at
tend these celebrations as a beer
swilling, rnm-gu.7.1ing crowd, and
the only way that. I can account for
it Is that they cither don't know
what they are talking about, or
the people they are talking of, or
they are so set in their own opin
ions, and so blinded by prejudice,
that the Angel Gabriel could not
convince them to the contrary. I
attended the four days of the festi
val in Brooklyn; I saw thousands
and thousands of people enjoying
themselves in every conceivable
fitifiliion. There whs musio and
singing and dancingand Am galore,
ami 1 am forced to confess that 1
don't believe au equal number of
Americans or Englishmen, and cor
titinly not Irishmen, Frenchmen or
Italians, could have lieen gathered
on any gi-eat festive occasion, and
made an equal showing, I admit
that their ways are w our -ways,
many of their modes of thought
and methods of enjoyment are dif
ferent from ours; bnt they are their
wnys ways that are the growth of
ages. Tho Germans represent a
race, brave and strong, among the
foremost in literature, science, and
religion. While the uame of Mar
tin Luther is remembered, the ser-
vice that Germany rendered to the
cause of religious reform can never
be forgotten. , The German Amer
ican is here to stay, his blood is
pulsating in the veins of millions
who are bound to be among the
future 'rulers of this land, Uo is a
worker, a builder and a producer,
and this land is better off for every
honest, healthy German emigrant
we can get. It is very possible
that he will cont inue to drink his
Five Cents Per Copy.
beer and wine and his suhuapi
that ho will moke bin pipe and en
joy himself anr hla own fashion
but after all is said and done you
will find the German borne quite as
happy and quite as respectable u
the average of English or American
homes, I can imagine so me special
friends of mine who are always
looking for flaws In my discourse,
say, "Ob, I understand it; Broad
brim got free drinks and free
smokes down at the German turn
fest." No, sir; be didn't Broad
brim at present neither drinks nor
smokes. It was not always thus,
bnt as I said before it ia at present
I don't think that smoking or
drinking Intoxicating drinks ' is
good for w but I nevertheless rec
ognize the fact that there are very
many Intelligent and respectable
people In thla world who do smoke
and drink quite number of them
lived In this world before I came
into it, and I expect quite a num
ber will remain here after I get out
of it, and 1 only state what is per
sonal to myself to dissipate any
Idea that might arise that my judg
ment was perverted by my sur
roundings. The Mayor of Brook
lyn, himself a model of propriety.
complimented the Jolly Turners
on the success of their festival and
their orderly behavior, and declared
that Brooklyn would always wel
come them back with open arms, to
which the City of Churches re
spouded, "fh mote it i."
It only seems like the other day
since I met George William Cam
eron Ley bourn, coming down
Broadway. This is the gentleman
who attempted to start the great
Itoman Syndicate Bauk here a few
years ago, which was to control
the funds of the Boman Catholic
Church throughout the world, snd
who last week attempted to make
bis exit by the Hari-Kari in the
city of Rome. On the face of the
scheme it seemed to be a very
grand one; a scheme which had a
very strong religious as well as a
financial side to it The Catholic
Church throughout the world must
control directly and indirectly,
thousands of millions of real and
personal property, and if its finan
cial operations could be solely di
rected by some oeutral power,
nothing on earth could withstand it
The Colonel waa a fine looking
man, a blond with a dash of gray,
and a man who would command
attention anywhere. He brought
letters of introduction from high
Roman dignitaries, and he declared
that he had received the benedic
tion of the Holy Father on his
work. On bis breast he wore many
medals; prominent among them
were the Cross of the Romau Le
gion, the Cross of the Legion d'llon-
neur, the Victoria Cross, and Afrl
can and Crimean medals. He had
the stories of his different battles so
pat, and the names of kings, lords,
dukes and earls, with whom he had
associated all his life, so glibly at
his tongue's end, that few suspected
that he was the cheat and the fraud
that he afterwards turned out to be.
On his arrival in New York ke
called on Archbishop Corrigan and
presented his credentials. The
Archbishop is not a financier, bnt
he is fortunate in having as his ad
visor ou financial matters one of
the shrewdest and honestest bank,
ers in New York, Mr. Eugene Kel
ley, who is a member of the Cathe
dral congregation. Mr. Kelley
laid the foundation of his fortune
in the early days of California, and
atone time was the partner of
William Rnlsou, whose suicide
while yet treasurer of the Bank of
California, was one of the financial
When Mr. Kelley discovered liai
son's hazardous questionable meth
ods of doing business, he dissolved
partnership with him at once, and
then by years of industry and
straight forward honesty, rolled up
that great fortune which makes
him financially one of the most sub
stantial men iu the city, He is a
very quiet gentleman, not given to
many words, or great enthusiasm;
but he has the supremo quality of
reading men on sight, and with
the most unerring judgment He
met Colonel Leybourn, listened pa
tiently to his story, and when he
had finished, he sized him np for
what he afterwards turned out to
be. (Colonel Leybourn was one of
the shrewdest sharpers that ever
visited this city. Though aiming
to control an institution that would
have at its command hundreds of
millions of money, he made no at
tempt at display; he took very
modest lodgings, instead of going to
a first class hotel and engaging a
snite of rooms. His fore was plain
and he lived almost in the style of
an ascetic; going to early massevery
morning; never passing a Catholic
church without blessing himself,
and while be was here ho confessed
and partook of the sacrament every
Holiday, In foot be might be said
to be a model Christian, From the
first Mr. Kelley took no stock in
him nor his bank, and Mr. Kelley's
voice was potential with the Arch
bishop, and at last notwithstanding
his great importunity the Arch
bishop refused to see him. It was
then said that as a last desperate
resource be made an attempt to
bribe the Archbishop with several
thousand share of his bank stock;
that sounded bis death knell finan
cially in New York, and he waa
summarily ejected from the arch I
episcopal residence. In ft few
weeks be quitted these shores a
ruined and disappointed man, and
the next we bear of him he seek a
suicide' grave. His case is not
unlike that of George T. Parker,
who committed suicide in London
two week ago. Both were men of
distinguished appearance, of fine
ability, and good education. By
honest work, both of tbem might
have achieved an honorable inde
pendence; but being morally
crooked, they took the wrong road,
which led them to disgrace and
Just two week ago I told the
story of the attempted aasassiua
tlon of "The." Allen, the dive
keeper and gambler, at the Bt.
Bernard Hotel, on Blocker street.
His nose was cut off, and be fell to
the floor with eleven stabs in bit
head and body, by an icepick in
the hands of a desperate Italian
ruffian of bis own claac. When
they picked him up, no one sup
posed that he would live to reach
bis home. He received punish
ment enough to kill a half dozen
men. This week, however, be is
out and around once more, not a
handsome as of yore, but quite as
chipper. He appeared in court,
and gave bis account of the fray,
and in conclusion refused to pros
ecute his assailant That ia not
Theodore Allen's way of doing
business. He don't want Mr. Car
raro locked np in prison he might
net be able to get at him there. He
prefers to settle this affair without
the intervention of the courts, and
if he gets the chance Good bye,
A very funny row occurred this
week In our neighbor, Jersey City,
among the Forresters with which
this bailiwick abounds. About
two years ago a new court was
formed down in that delectable
quarter known as the Horse-shoe,
locality that graduates more
thieves and scoundrels to the acre
than any similar area in New Jer
sey or New York. It is here that
all the election frauds are fixed np,
and majorities furnished by which
state and municipal election are
carried. The new court of For
resters filled up its ranks rapidly,
and financially was soon in quite a
flourishing condition. An appli
cation for its weekly sick benefit,
was made by one Murphy, who de
clared he was sick and unable to
work. The books of the court
were referred to, and it was found
that Murphy had paid no assess
ments for a year, and his applica
tion was denied; but the Chief For
rester, a tough of his own ilk, de-.
cided that Murphy was entitled to
the benefit, and drew his warrant
for the amount. Then there was a
fight the president went for the
treasurer, and the treasurer went
for the president; presently all the
members took a hand in, and next
day ninety -Bix of them resigned.
Two of the honored members of the
court were sent to state's prison last
week for ballot box stuffing, and
Murphy, the sick man about whom
the row was raised, is now in the
Elmira State Reformatory for high
way robbery. Broadbkim.
The Law of Lava.
The man who believes Christian
ity is the outgrowth of .palpus
minds has never given the subject
unprejudicedattention. The moral
force ot the doctrine of Christ has
givcu weieht to logic in its favor.
A Christian character is something
to lie admired by all people.
Christ taught the law of love.
He said if yon foster love then yon
will fulfil the commandments,
llow con a man rob his neighbor
whom he loves! He can not hat -bor
the thought ofinurderingsome
body he loves. Would he boar
false witness against the o:u he
Out of love proceeds all charity.
It shines in the home and by tho
fireside. It worships at the shrine
of duty, and then goes out to min
ister to poverty and decrepitude.
It sends beams of peace to the
weary, and soothes the sorrow
stricken. Love is the maker of
men. It is the architect of a
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