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To .hoar Dr. Jrsoph Cook, tho
Boston philosopher, sneak an au
dience thiit filled about throo
fourths of Y. M. O. A. hull i.s
semblod hist night. Tho auditors
paid tho cloHost httentton to tho
famous visitor's words for two
hours. Dr. Cool; is a burly man
with a commanding presence, and
ia rather shouyin gesticulation.
His voice is strung but ho spoaks
too fast and htis oftn a mum
bling ouunuiutioii, so that ho itt
hard to follow. Ho is also quite
stagy n striking nttitudos.
Dr. Oook was oscvrtcd into tho
hall ntv5 minutes to oight o'clock
by Chief Justice Judd. Immo
diutely upon ascending the plat
form tho famous Boston Monday
locturer "sized things up" to suit
himself, and amendWl tho arrange
ments by shoving tho roiiding
desk half myard forward with his
brawny arms. He looked almost
angry as he performod this feat,
but after sitting down his coun
tenance gradually assumed tho
"patronizing, good-humored look
of tho fat and well-favorod man
that Dr. Cook is. ,
Mr. Judd arose at 8 o'clock and
said that the lecturer of the oven
ing was Dr. Joseph Cook, with
whom ho had been a follow - stu
dent at Yale College. For 20 years
he had delivered Monday noon
lectures in tho Old South Church,
Boston. Dr. Cook, who had beon
here in ,1882, was a student of
thoology, ornithology, etc., but
above all he was a roformer.
Dr. Cook, who was rocoivod
with applause, said tho watch
word of thoir meeting should bo,
"Long Livo tho Ropublic," and
long livo the courageous mon who
had risked thoir lives in sustain
ing tho ropublic. And short
jived btovory influence that stood
in tho way of tho reforms so
iocontly inaugurated hero. Short
bo tho timo that olapsed before
this republic became part of tho
United States. fAnnlniiMn). Dr.
Cook then launchod into a des
cription of tho rapid moans of
communication today botwoon
different parts of tho world. Ho
held a tiny globe in his hands
as bo spoko. "What would
Oicoro, Homor and Virgil
think today if thoy made tho pas
saco from America to Enrnno in
one of tho Atluntio greyhounds?
And some of the steamers in tho
Paoifio were poarly as swift. Ho
referrod to a remark of Froude,
whom ho called "a haughty
English historian," and said tho
Presidont of tho Unitod States
dolivored his message at noon, and
it was commented upon in tho
prinoipal papers of Europe tho
same day. wlion ho was in Aus
tralia a few yours ago ho road of
the prinoipal events in England
on tho day thoy happened. Tho
pondulum of time boat synchro
nously in England and Australia
Coming to his subject he said
his objeot was not to amuso them
by drawing a parallel botwoon
tho sovon anoiont wonders of
tho world whioh ho montioned
aud an equal numbor of works of
men in modern times, suoh as the
tolograph, tolophonv, Brooklyn
bridgo, Bartholdi's staluo ot Lib
erty Enlighteulng tho "World,
oreoted by Frcnohmon al Now
York with littlo holp fromJAmor
leans. Iio npoko of othor wonder
ful works of moilorn art and went
on to say that ho might rofor to
sovon wondors of natural history.
Ho alluded to tho harbor of Hono
lulu, tho volcanio mountain Mau
naloa on Hawaii, whioh ho had
nover seen but heard much about,
American mountain scenorv, the
scones of Ceylon, oto , and, fast of
all, the stars ovorhead as soon frorii
oquatorml regions. All thoso
wondoni had bohind thorn ono
mind, ono will, ono plan, and this
was tho keynoto of his locturo.
Slavery swopt out of .North Am
erica only shortly boforo it was
swopt out of South Amorica. This
woh ono of thoso constellations of
history rising and crossing oaoh
other. Who brought about tho
discovery of printing just at tho
time the art was neodod for tho
hittlo of human liberty? Who
opened up tho western homisphero
just as an oponing was wanted for
tho expanding liborty of Europo.
It was thoso constellations of his
tory, showing ono mind, ono will,
one plan, that struck him dumb.
They might say it was all Nature
Nature! Who is she? A glovo
without a hand. Who caused tho
crossings and rocrossings of tho
threads in tho loom of history?
The socond woudor of tho
modern world was tho aspirations
of tho human mind. Japan had
within about a generation abolish
ed tho feudal system, foundod
schools for women in tho Orient
whqro womon had boon so long
enslaved, opened schools for
seventy porcentof tho population,
and established a parliamentary
systam. Sho exhibited staying
power und concentrated patrio
tism, and tho Rising Sun would
mount still higher. Probably
half of what was said about tho
conceit and ambition of Japan
was not true. Ho belioved sho
was going to make tho most of
Formosa. Sho might ovon look
across tho Pacific for choap labor.
Thoy might regard China as a
retrograde nation. Tho locturor
spoko of tho possible rosults of
Russian and Amorican railway
enterprise in oponing up commu
nication with the Orient. Tho
day might corao when it would
not bo safe for either Groat Bri
tain or tho United States tn nmitn
China in tho face. It had boon
stated as a question whioh had to
bo settled in tho Unitod States,
which was to provail tho gold
room growl or tho hoodlum howl.
It was his opinion that tho gold
room urowl would como out
ahead. John Chinaman in Am
erica dived deeper and camo up
oleaner than any othor man. Cor
tainly whon ho laudod his stock
ings were olouner than Patrick's
collar. (Laughter). There would
have to ho un end of America's
breaking of treaties with China.
Dr. Cook referrod to tho work
that Groat Britain had dono and
was doing in India. Victoria
ruled over 250,000,000 of peoplo
in India and neighboring coun
tries. According to Gibbon 120,
000,000 of ponplo was tho greatest
number that Romo ruled in her
proudest days. Talk of Africa
as n hermit nation ! Africa
has beon partitioned among tho
groat nations in a manner that
can nover happen again. There
was not left on tho globo a singlo
piooo of territory to ho ocoupiod
that was worth quurroling about.
Tho third wonder of tho world
was tho progress of oduoation and
roprosenlativo government. Ho
thanked hoavon that on tho
wostorn homisphero tlioro was not
loft either a slavo or a king.
(Slight applause.) Thoro was a
dominion to tho north of tho
United States under a monarch
ical form but its inhabitants woro
froo. Australia wns also so froo
that sho would rovolt tomorrow if
troatod bh woro tho Amorican
colonies. If tho puoplo of this
hemisphere bolmved as thoy should
thoy would bocomo tho prido of
tho Eiigllsh-upoiiking rnco. Geo,
Bancroft was born whon there wero
but fi?o million pooplo in the
United States, and ho lived to
soo fifty millions. Dr. Cook said
that if ho should livo to bo sovon
ty years of ago, ho oxpectod to soo
twice tho population of tho year
1880 in tho Unitod States. And
his estimate wao only half that of
Mr. Gladstone Tho peoplo of
this homisphero wero trustees of
tho Christianity and civilization
of tho future. Somo might say
that it had beon a mistiko to give
tho negroes of tho South tho
ballot. But, pardon him if he
snid that if the voto had been
correctly counted at last oloction,
thore would have boon no Demo
cratic administration nnd no in
torfoienco with tho affairs of Ha
waii. (Laughter nnd applause.)
Thero was enough intellectual
ability and monl character in
theso islands to nflicor throo king
doms. Ho thought thoy hod Im
proved on the American constitu
tion in many particulars, but ho
must say ho was for tho annexa
tion of Hawaii to tho United
States and not for tho anuoxation
of tho United States to Hawaii.
America was tho forefingor of tho
hand that was writing on tho
wall. "Mono mono tokol uphor
sin," of all that was unrighteous.
Dr. Cook successively treated
tho remaining three wondors of
tho ago, namoly: tho triumph of
Christianity, tho fulfilment of
Biblical prophocy and soionco as
tho ally of faith. Thero is only
snace to give a condonsod rcsumo
of somo of his remarks. Ho
scaled on his nrm tho ratio of
progress Christianity had mndo
during the centuries. If tho
nominal Christians of tho world
joined hands they would girdlo
tho earth olovon times. Only in
our own timo woro rum-sollors ex
cluded from church memborship.
Forty out of forty-four States of
tho Union proscribed instruction
in tho public schools on tho
soionco of ulcoholio indulgence.
Ho had been a total abstainor
from birth, and they could soo
how palo and thin ho looked.
Tho powor of infidelity hnd de
clined, and Tom Paine's works
had lost thoir hold. Boston was
orthodox to tho coro and did not
caro for now roligions, perhaps
for tho reason that Dr. Johnstone
did not boliovo in ghosts, "be
causo ho had soon too many of
them.'' Tho union of church and
fitato, Btill strongly intronohod in
Europoan countries, would ho im
possible today in America, whore
it had done groat injury moro
than a century ago.
Tho time was coming whon tho
United States of Europo and tho
United States of America would
keep tho peace. Speed was mak
ing tho world ono neighborhood.
Christianity was tho silken cord
that drew tho wiros, that would
draw the mighty cables, to form
a bridgo oyer tho gulf of human
Faith hold that thore was a
spiritual body. What mado
Stephen's face shino, and the
countonancos at the transfigura
tion soom liko tho Bun ? Cham
bers' oncyolopodiu has it that ap
paritions had boen photographed,
and Gladstono and Raskin woro
investigators of spiritual phono
menu. Thoso things showed him
that matoriuliBm was on tho do
oliiio, although ho wob neithor a
spiritualist nor a Swedonborgian.
Tho Bible had weathorod the
storms of oightcon centuries, It
had tho largest circulation of any
book. Tho tide of timo was
carrying humanity irresistibly
forward to tho universal conclu
sion that God is as well as was.
Lot thorn launch thoir ships on
that gulf stream. Dr. Cook con-
oludod an oloquont peroration
with tho motto lor hU auditors,
j "Your triumph la our own. '