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'EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 17, 1896.
Aro Horn of Time iumI l'rngrci, nml
Old Imiick rerlnli.
It may bo safely stated that
wlmtovor timo tho Methodist gon
oral conforonco nt Cleveland de
Totcs.to tho proBcribod amusomont
quostion will bo wasted, meaning
thoroby that no substantial olmngo
willjbo effcotod in tho nctunl dis
ciplino of tho churchy whatever
may bo put into tho pnntod codo.
Tho discussion o tho question
-will crcato considorablo irritation,
and tho foclinga of tuo brethron
wlio dosiro a return to tho old
'paths will bo hurt by tho declara
tions of tho younger and more lib
oral brethren, who do not boliovo
nn immortal bouI is imperilled by
witnessing tho representation of
Tni, j:i. j t i
JkUU J.UKUU) 1U II JJI111UUI11. Ui
" Tho Old Homestead." or oven
" Hazol Kirko," within tho walls
of a thoator.
Conferences, may formally do
claro against tho proscribed
nmuBomonts and provido addi
tional penalties for indulgence in
them on tho part of church mora
bors, but suuh action will not
prove effectual, because it is not
to bo undertaken with sincority
and nniuiiniity. Tho "anti to
bacco" resolution has boon adopt
ed by uumborle.ss conferences,
but has novcr'nbolished tho uso of
the "vecd" with tho Methodist
clorgy. Thero is nn old story of
n bishop, greatly venerated in his
day, who, at tho very solemn iu
, staut whon a conforenco was con
demning' tobacco, remarked to a
follow bishop on tho bench that,
as for him, ho believed with tho
apostle who snid that some men
ato strong meat and others herbs;
that for his own uso ho preferred
"herbs," aud proceeded to take
another chew of tho Nicotiana
tabacum in tho prepared form of
"plug." It would bo of no uso to
deny that thoro aro Methodist
ministers in good and regular
standing, 'preaching jjvitb. great
power and to great acceptance,
who tako enjoyment in a good
cigar, and who oven masticate
"lino cut," and sudh examples do
not loud oncourngomont to boliof
in tho success of strenuous legis
lation concerning proscribed
It will bo found that now times
domauduow laws", not tho renewal
or revival of old ones. The regu
lations imposed by John "Wesley
upon his now-formed classes and
congregations, while pouerally
dictated by wisdom and indeed by
common sense, may not bo appro
pritvto ' or applicablo in our lay,
any moro than churches in our
timo would caro to conform to tho
prac'ices of a timo when a mem
ber of a church might without
offense own a substantial interest
in an African slaver.
What is desired by thoso who
would furthor limit tho amuso
monts alroady designated as "pro
scribed," viz., a return .to rigorous,
aolf-donying, ascotio religion which
mortifies tho ilesh and humblos
tho natural man, is not to "bo
brought about by tho regulations
of any conference or gonorul aa
Hombly or other gatherings of tho
clorgy aud laity. All that comes
from great movomonts, which aro
no more to be forestalled in their
beginnings than tho enrthqurtko
or tho tornado, movements like
Christianity itself in its first day,
a" forco that camo to lay down a
now law to tho form-worshiping
Pharisees and unbelieving Saddu
cees and a heathen world aunkon
in Bwiuish wickedness. Such a
movement was Protestantism,
and, for that mattor, originnl
Wesloynnisiu. It Was this voice,
"Come yo out nrui boyo separate,"
that in a very old church has led
men to loavo a world of pride and
pleasure and fame and indulgence
and livo in fasting, prayer and
vigils long and cold. It waB this
voice that apako to tho crippled
soldier, Lojoln, at Pumpoluna.
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can Do made look as good as .now,
by putting in a now mat. Tho
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Erysipelas In Faoo and Eyos
Inflammation Subduod and Tor
turoB Ended by Hood's.
"I am io glad to be relloTcdof mj torture
that I am willing to tell tho benefit I hare de
tired from Hood's BarsaparllLi. la April and
May, I wai afflicted with cryilpelas In my face
and eyes, which spread to my throat and neck.
I tried (liters ointments and altcrattrti. but
there was no permanent abatement of tho burn
Ine, torturing pain, peculiar to this complaint
I began to tako Hood's sarsaparllla and
Felt Marked Roller
before I had finished the first bottle. I con
tinued to ImproTo until, when I had taken foui
bottles, I was completely cured, and folt that all
stfrns. marks and symptoms of that dire com
plaint had foccTOr vanished." Mlis. Z. E.
Ottawa, Illlltboro, Wisconsin.
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Every Month with Nervous
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Heart-felt Praise for the Medicine
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