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I Under, thia head we will be pleased to gtve
editorial reviews of all books and tracts of inter
est that may be sent to this office. |
- The North American Review for February
opens with a symposium in which six
prominent theologians, representing as
many religious denominations, give ex
pression to their views upon the ques
tion of the “Revision of Creeds.”
Prof. Alexander Winchell, in an article
entitled “The Experiment of Universal
Suffrage,” institutes a profound inquiry
into the essential conditions of stable
popular government, which he finds to
be, substantially, vjrtue and intelli
gence ; but these conditions, he main
tains, are absolutely unattainable under
our existing political system, where an
electorate either ignorant or vicious, or
both, by the mere force of superior
numbers, practically nullifies the suf
frages of the better and wiser portion of
the people, whose right to control the
government of the commonwealth is
grounded in the very nature of things.
Bishop McQuaid writes of “ The Decay
I of Protestantiam/’ and in essaying to
prove his thesis, makes a very adroit use
of the admission of pfotestant writers*
“The Political Situation” is the joint
title of two articles, the one by Horatio
Seymour, the other by Geo. S. Bout
well, who offer their respective views
upon the causes of the recent over-
I throw of the Republican party. An ar-
I tide headed by Dr. D. A. Sargent, on
I “Physical Education in Colleges”
I treats a subject of prime importance to
the welfare of the youths in our higher
educational institutions. Finally, there
are two articles on “ The Standard Oil
Company,” Senator Camden of West
"Virginia defending that corporation
against its assailants, and John C. Welch
I Betting forth the reasons for oondem-
I ningitasa dangerous monoply. Pnb*
I lished at 30 Layhyette Place, New
disposition to cuter into the merits o
tho principles it advocates ; but let
those wlio wish to do so, got the book
and read it for themselves. Price not
B ible T emperance : A Critical Stu
dy of Wines of the Old and New Testa
ments, including Sacramental Wine :
together with Several Chapters on the
Different Phases of the Temperance Re
form, and Many Beautiful Temperance
Gems by the World’s Famous Authors,
by A. M. Collins, A. M., M. D., Au
thor of “ What Shall I do to be saved ?”
“The Doctrine of Faith,’’ “The Great
Living Issue;” “ The Business Man’s
Companion,” Etc. Cincinnati: Stand
ard Publishing Co. Prices: Paper,
200 pp.,;40 cents j>er copy, $4.00 per
dozen ; Cloth, $1.00 per copy.
Such is the reading of tne title page
of this book which has been kindly
furnished us by the publishers. Thebook
is well printed, and contains many ex
cellent features in its advocacy of the
temperance cause. We do not agree
with the author in some of his positions,
and as we wish to notice some of these
at more length as soon as we can find
time, we let this note suffice for the
present. In the meantime, all our
readers interested in the temperance
work would do well to procure a copy
and read it.«
P re Y outh ’ s C ompanion , of Boston,
is a sprightly, entertaining paper, de
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B. R. NEAL, E ditor ,
Feb. 4, 1883, at the residence of the
bride’s parents, Elder Henry Harris, in
Brush Prairie, by S, C. Harris, a justice
the peace, George Bechmann and
A Plea for the Scriptural Observance
of the First Day of the Week, is the ti Harriet M. Harris—both of Clarke
tle of a 20-page, neatly printed pamph connty W. T.
let by Ashley S. Johnson. The object
W. K. Azbill........................... Kingston, Jamaica.
Thomae Munnell....................... Ml. Sterling, Ky.
of this pamphlet, as its name indi
N. Arnold.................................... Frankfort, Ky.
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cates, is to show that the Sabbath of the
Dr. A. M. Collins............................ Marion, Iowa.
W. Caldwell........................Collingswood, Cnt.
Died, at Stayton, Jan. 30, 1883, Alson J.
Old and the New Testament, and the
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Lord’s day and the first day of the week Z., infant son of Elijah and Daisy Black- J. K. Reeves................................ Simpsonville, Ky.
P. H. Duncan.......................... Corinth, Ky.
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Hon. Ji D. White.................... Washington, D. C.
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