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LANCASTER PA. SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1880.
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SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 17, 1880.
Ralph Walde Emersen en the Religious Situ
ation. Bosten Herald.
When a man of the select intelligence
which characterizes the utterances of Mr.
Emersen speaks upon the condition of re
ligion at the present time, his words have
exceptional value, and, whether we agree
with them or net, are sure te have weight
in the thinking world. He has always
been reticent concerning his positive state
ments en religious topics, but his recent
address en " The Preacher," delivered be
fore the students in the divinity chapel of
Harvard university, evidently contains his
latest sentiments, and is se largely a view
of the religious situation and an outlook
into the near future, such a frank and
large-minded avowal of opinions which
many have hoped he entertained, that no
utterance of his since the famous sermon
en the Lord's Supper, delivered in 1832, en
his retirement from the Unitarian ministry
is likely te command wider attention. It
is the ripe and far-sighted policy of a sep
tuagensi ian who has been above and be
yond liis age, and yet has shown great fa
cility in absorbing its best life into him
self. It is remarkable net less for its clear
ness of insight and its comprehensive
statements titan for its grasp of the
vital conditions en which all reli
gion depends, and its resolute helpfulness
of tone. It will net satisfy the nu
merous small religionists, who grapple
dogma as a famished deg seizes a bone,
but it will be like the atmosphere of a
clear day te thousands who long te believe
the truth, and who feel that the current
church atmosphere stultifies the deeper
convictions of both mind and heart. Fer
there are at least two kinds of believers,
the hard, dry dogmatists and the gener
ous thinkers, who held tha$ religion con
sists of "justice and humility and the lov
ing heart and serving hand." Jlr. Emer Emer
eon justly remarks that " the opinions of
men lese all worth te him who perceives
that they are accurately predictable from
the ground of their sect," and the men
who count in the religious stock of the
life of the world are persons like St. Ber
nard, or Geerge Fex, or Martin Luther, or
Theodere Parker, who go beyond the con
fines of men's everlasting commonplaces,
and threw personality hit their beliefs
about truth and duty. It is with the
"upper eyes" of these large believers that
Mr. Emersen ranges, and hence his view
of the religious situation has weight as
the fruit of his own examination of cur
rent thought and life. Concerning the
people who contain in themselves the
activity of te-day and the assurance of to
morrow, he says": "I sec in them charac
ter but skepticism ; a clear enough percep
tion of the inadequacy of the popular re
ligious statement te the wants of their
hearts and intellect, and explicit declara
tions of this fact. They have insight and
truthfulness ; they will net mask their
convictions ; they hate cant ; but mere
than this I de net readily lind. The gra
cious motions of the soul piety, adoration
I de net iind. Scorn of hypocrisy, pride
of personal character, elegance of taste and
of manners and pursuit, a boundless am
bition of the intellect, willingness te sacri
fice interests for the integrity of character
all these they have ; but that religious
submission and abandonment which give
man a new clement and being, and make
him sublime it is net in churches, it is
net in houses. I see movement, I hear as
pirations, but I sec uet hew the great Ged
prepares te satisfy the heart in the new or
der of things. The oracle does net yet
emit any light en the mode of individual
life. A thousand negatives it utters, clear
and strong en all sides ; but the sacred
affirmative it hides in the deepest abyss."
This is a clear statement of the situa
tion, but Mr. Emersen's idea of the way
out el it, net such as ether men have con
jectured, is, from this point of view, the
true way, the way of the strongest and
wisest among us, equally the way of na
ture and the way of Ged, He has struck
the vital principle of the new religion when
he says that " wc are in a transition front
the worship of the fathers, which en
shrined the law in a private and personal
history, te a worship which recognizes the
true eternity of the law, its presence te
you and me, its equal energy in what is
called sacred history." "The next age
will beheld Ged in the ethical laws." and
" will regard natural history, private for
tunes and politics, net for themselves, as
wc have done, but as illustrations of these
laws, of that beatitude and law." This is
looking closely into our current life, but
Mr. Emersen sees still further a geed
omen in the expansive humanity of te-day
since " its seeks te find in every nation
and creed, the imperishable doc
trines." I see that sensible men and con
scientious men all ever the world are of
one religion, the religion of well-doing
and daring, men of sturdy truth, men of
integrity and feeling for ethers. My in
ference is that there is a statement of
religion which possibly makes all
scepticism absurd," He thinks the
charm of the study of religion is
" in finding the agreements and identi
ties in all the religions of men," and this
is the essential thing he leeks for in a the
ologian, that "he shall be bread in his
sympathies net te allow himself te be
excluded from any church. " Then he
has gene te the very roots of religion in
his statement that " all positive rules,
ceremonial, ecclesiastical, distinctions of
race or of person, arc perishable, " that
" only these distinctions held which are
in the nature of things net matters of pos
itive ordinance. " He pierces te the heart
of Christianity, when he says that it
"taught the capacity, the element te love
the All-perfect without a stingy bargain
for personal happiness. " Then the
clergy have a bit of warning. They
"are always in danger of becoming wards
and pensioners of the se-called producing
classes. Their first duty is self-possession
founded en knowledge. Then there is an
ether gleam of light. Mr. Emersen says
te the preacher of te-day: "Let him
value his talent as a deer into nature. Let
him see his performances only as limita
tions. Then, ever all, let him value the
sensibility that receives, that loves, that
dares, that affirms." And further words
arc gelden: "Speak the affirmative;
emphasize your choice by utter ignor
ing of all that you reject, seeing
that opinions are temporary, but convic
tions uniform and eternal " seeing that a
sentiment never loses its pathos or its
persuasion, but is youthful after a thou
sand years." He gees for the underlying
strength which is expressed net in talent,
but in tone, in ceunselling the young
preacher, thus : " When there is any
difference felt between the footboard of
the pulpit and the fleer of the parlor, you
have net yet said that which you should
say." This reminds one of Sydney
Smith's saying, that " a pulpit is a plat
form just three feet above contradiction."
Then he stands like the strongest Puritan
for the integrity of Sunday: "I should
say boldly that we should astonish every
day by a beam out of eternity ; retire a
moment te the grand secret we carry in
our besom of inspiration from heaven.
But, certainly, en this seventh, let us be
children of liberty, of reason, of hope ;
refresh the sentiments; think as spirits
think who belong te the universe, whilst our
feet walk the streets of a little town, and
our hands work in a small knot of
affairs." He closes this remarkable essay
with a sentence which is the summary of
all that can be done ler men in the new
age which we are nearing: "The open
secret of the world is the art of subliming
a private soul with inspirations from the
great and public and Divine Seul from
which we live." New professed religion
ists may turn away from this statement of
the sentiments and ethical forces which
are working in the permanent life of men,
and say that it is tee Emersenian te be
real, tee ideal for practical life ; it certain
ly is somewhat fragmentary ; but all great
men grasp truth by fragments, and Mr.
Emersen is no exception. What attracts
attention in the essay, what gives empha
sis te these fragments of outlook, is that
they indicate the benefit of things for the
new religious day by one of the subtlest
thinkers of our time. They arc conserva
tive opinions by one who has always been
counted a radical ; they show the polarity
of a great mind te the central things
which constitute the ethetics of all true re
ligion. They furnish no system ; but they
indicate the spirit, the direction, the force,
the living power, by which men are te be
held te the kindred duties of heaven
and home in this and the coming
age. Kalph Walde Emersen has done no
better service te religious truth, in his long
and courageous life, than in the words
which we have shaped into a slightly for
mal statement of his view of the religious
The Brakeman at Church.
What He Thought of the Denominations.
On the read once mere, with Lebanon
fading in the distance, the fat passenger
drumming idly en the window pane, the
cress passenger sound asleep and the tall,
thin passenger reading "Gen. Grant's
Tour Around the world," and wondering
why "Green's August Flower" should be
printed above the doers of "A Buddhist
temple at Benares'" Te me comes the
brakeman, and seating himself en the arm
of the scat says :
" I went te church yesterday."
"Yes?" I said, with that interested in
flection that asks for mere. "And what
church did you attend ?"
" Which de you guess ?' he asked.
"Seme union mission church?" I
"New," he said, "I don't like te run
en these branch reads very much. I don't
often go te church, and when I de, I want
te run en a main line, where your run is
regular and you go en schedule time and
don't have te wait en connections. I don't
like te run en a branch. Geed enough, but
I don't like it."
"Episcopal?" I guessed.
" Limited express," he said, " all palace
cars and two dollars extra for a seat, fast
time and only step at the big stations.
Nice line, but tee exhaustive for a brake
man. All train men in uniform, conduc
tor's punch and lantern silver-plated and
no train boys allowed. Then the passen
gers are allowed te talk back te the con
ductor, and it makes them tee free and
easy. Ne, I couldn't stand the palace
cars. liich read, though. Don't often
hear of a receiver being appointed for that
line. Seme mighty nice people travel en
" Universalist ?" I suggested.
" Bread guage," said the brakeman ;
" docs tee much complimentary business.
I Everybody travels en a nass. Conductor
doesn't get a fare once in fifty miles.
Steps at all flag stations and wen turn
into anything but a Union depot. Ne
smoking car en the train. Train orders are
rather vague though, and the train men
don't get along well with the passengers.
Ne, I don't go te the Universalist, though
I knew some awfully geed men who run en
" Presbyterian?' I asked.
"Narrow guage, eh ?" said the brake
man, "pretty track, straight as a rule,
tunnel right through a mountain rather
than go around it, spirit-level grade, pas
sengers have te show their tickets before
they get en the train. Mighty strict read,
but the'ears are a little'narrew ; have te sit
one en a seat and no room in the aisle te
dance. Then there is no step ever tickets
allowed ; get te go straight through te the
station you're ticketed for, or you can't get
en at all. When the car's full no extra
coaches; cars built at the shops te held
just se many and nobody else allowed en.
But you don't often hear of an accident en
that read It's run right up te the
"May be you joined the Free Thinkers?"
"Scrub read," said the brakeman, "dirt
read bed and no ballast, no time card and
no train dispatcher. All trainsrun wild
and every engineer makes his own time,
just as he pleases. Smoke if you want te :
kind of a go-as-you-please read. Toe
many side tracks, and every switch wide
open all the time, with the switchman
sound asleep and the target lamp dead
out. Get en as you please and off when
you want te. Don't have te show your
tickets, and the conductor isn't expected
te de anything but amuse the passen
gers. Ne, sir, I was offered a pass, but
I don't like the line. I don't like te
travel en the read that has no terminus.
De you knew, sir, I asked a division
superintendent where that read run
te and he. said he hoped te die if he
knew. 1 asked him if the general super
intendent could tell me, and he said he
didn't believe they had a general superin
tendent, and if they had he didn't knew
anything mere about the read than the
passengers. I asked him who he reported te
and he said "nobody." I asked a conductor
who he get orders from, and he said he didn't
take orders from any living man or dead
ghost. And when I asked the engineer
who he get his orders from, he said he'd
like te see anybody give him orders ; he'd
run that train te suit himself, or he'd run
her in the ditch. New, you can see, sir,
I'm a railroad man, and I don't care te run
en a read that has no time, or makes no
connections, runs nowhere and has no su
perintendent. It may all be right, but I
have railroaded tee long te understand
" Maybe be you went te the Cengrega
tienal church " 1 said.
" Popular read, " said the brakeman,
" an old read, tee ; one of the very eldest
in this country. Geed read bed and com
fortable cars. Well managed read, tee ;
directors don't interfere with division su
perintendents and train orders. Read's
mighty popular, but it's pretty indepen
dent, tee. Yes, didn't one of the division
superintendents down East discontinue
ene of the eldest stations oil this line two
or three years age ? But it's a mighty
pleasant read te travel en. Always has
such a splendid class of passengers. "
" Did you try the Methodist?" I said.
"New you're shouting," he said with
some enthusiasm. "Nice read, eh ? Fast
time and plenty of passengers. Engines
cany a power of steam and don't you for
get it ; steam guage shows a hundred ai d
enough all the time. Lively read, wImh
the conductor shouts all aboard you can
hear him at the next station. Every train
light shines like a headlight. Step ever
checks given en all through tickets :
passenger can drop off the train as
often as he likes, de the station two
or three times and hop en the next revival
train that comes thundering along. Geed,
whole-seuled, companionable conductors;
ain't a read in the country where the pas
sengers feel mere at home. Ne passes ;
every passenger pays full traffic rates for
his ticket. Wesleyan air-brake en ail
trains, tee ; pretty safe read, but I didn't
ride ever it yesterday.
"Perhaps you tried the Baptist?" I
guessed once mere.
"Ah, ha!" said the brakeman, "she's
a daisy," isn't she ? River read, beautiful
curves ; sweep around anything te
keep close te the river, but it's all stee
rail and rock ballast, single track all the
way and net a side track from the round
house te the terminus. Takes heaps of
water te run it through ; double tanks at
every station, and there isn't an engine in
the shops that can pull a pound or run a
mile with less than two guages. But
it runs through a lovely country ; these
river reads always de ; river en one side
and hills en the ether, and it's a steady
climb up the grade all the way till the run
ends where the fountainhead of the
river begins. Yes, sir, I'll take the river
read every time for a lovely trip,
sure connections and geed time, and
no prairie dust blowing in at the windows.
And yesterday, when the conductor came
around for the tickets with a little basket
punch, I didn't ask him te pass me, but I
paid my fare like a little man twenty-five
cents for an hour's run and,a little ceusent
by the passengers threwed in. I tell you,
Pilgrim, you take the river read when you
But just here the loud whistle from the
engine announced a station and the brake
man hurried te the deer shouting :
"Zionsville! this train makes no steps
between here and Indianapolis ! ' lluvck
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I sought many remedies here and elsewhere,
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Eczema Uedent, spots appeared en my hands,
head and face, eyes became much iutlamed
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was then introduced te another, and a consul
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On Fare, Head and Parts of Itedy. Ilea
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containing two and one-half times theqimntity
et small, $1. Reselvent. $1 per bottle. C'uticuru
Seap, ' cents per cake ; by mail, SO cents ;
three cakes, 73 cents.
Xe ether remedy in the
world can se quickly as-
VOLTAIC HiEUCTW09uaSe tlle 1,,est violent
VULlfltt. ittBl,,uw paroxysms of paIn They
til AeTFfO distributethrougheutthe
ASJ "b nervous system a gentle
and continuous current of Electricity, which
instantly annihilates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
Paralyzed Parts, cures Sere Lungs, Palpitu
tien of the Heart, Painful Kidneys, Liver coin
plaint, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sciatica
Get the irenuine.
Shertzer, Hnmphrevillc & Kieffer,
(the latter employed by Jacob Gable as practi
cal plumber for a dozen years past), having
formed si ce-nartlnership and purchased the
entire stock, fixtures and geed will of JACOB
GABLE in the
GAS FITTING AND PLUMBING BUSI
NESS, would respectfully announce te a hitherto
generous public that they are new prepared
te attend, in addition te their
HOUSEFURNISHING AND TINSMITII
ING, GAS FITTING AND PLUMB
ING IN EVERY FORM.
Call and examine stock and ascertain prices
before going elsewhere. Satisfaction guuran
d2C-lmd WM. A. KIEFFFR.
Having sold the entire stock, fixtures and
geed will of my Gas Fitting and Plumbing Es
tablishment, at Xe. 30 East King street, te
Messrs. Shertzer, Hnmphreville & Kieffer (the
latter of whom was my practical plumber for a
dozen years or mere), I take this opportunity
of recommending them te the public as de
serving of patronage, and also et thanking the
public for their generosity te me in the past as
well as asking a continuance of the same for
the new Ann. JACOB GABLE.
WM. P. FRATTirTSTS
MONUMENTAL MARBLE "WORKS
758 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AXD FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, &c.
AH work guaranteed and satisfaction given
"in every particular.
N. It. Remember, works at the extreme end
et North gueen street. uiSOl
dlY LOCIIER'S COUGH SYKUP.
IT IS SAID THAT
Witnessed the Grant
WE WOULD T.TTTBi AT.T. THE
MEI AID BOYS TO CALL AT OAK 1ALL
Immediately and Equip Themselves for the
COLD WAVES OF 1880.
The Singularly Small Prices we started the Annual Winter Sales with
have stirred all the stores te de their best. But we eclipsed them
all, and they knew it, and the People see it, tee.
These are the Prices for Our Own Carefully Manufactured Goods, net
bought in the New Yerk Wholesale Stores :
A few left et the $30 Fine Overcoats, reduced te 20.00
Royal Reversible Plaid Backs, sold everywhere at $25 (Full Indigo
Celers and Woven Backs). Our Price 18.00
Extra Sizes in Blue and Brown Worumbe Beaver Overcoats 12.00
j' t-itii m ruuL. jwww
A Geed Streng Serviceable Cleth-Bound Overcoat 8.S0
Everyday Working Overcoat 3.00
Men's All Weel Suits 10.00
The "Auburn" D. P. Suite, for Business and Dress 12.00
Extra Quality " Sawyer " Suitings 15.00
The Finest of Cassimere Suits 20.00
Dress Suits of Best Imported Cleths reduced te 25.00
Men's Everyday Pants 1.50
All-wool Business and Dress Punts .'.... 3.50
Extra Fine Dress Pantaloons, formerly $10, new 5.00
Genuine Harris Cassimere I'anta 5.00
The Very Latest Styles In Children's Overcoats 3.00
The Deuble-Shouldered Cape Royal Reversible Back Overcoats 5.00
(The Nicest Little Beys' Overcoats Oak Hall ever produced.)
Children's Suits as low as 3.50
Higher Grades and Mere Elaborately Trimmed Suits 5.00
A Great Specialty in Beys' and Youths' Pants 2.50
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS,
jan 1 ti'd THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA.
OPENING OF NEW GOODS
10ILHEEY &TRDDLTM STORE.
IiADIES, we will open te-day New Novelties In Bennets. Hats, Frames, Plumes, Fancy
Wings, Velvety, Satins, &c.
We will open te-day an elegant line et Rlnck and Colored Silk Fringes, New Styles et
Silk and Jet Buttens, Ornaments, Striped Velvets, Satins, 4c.
We will open te-day new and beautiful lines of Ladles' and Children's Hese in Cashmere
and Cotten, Merine Vests for Ladies and Children in all sizes, Woolen Caps, Ac., geed and
cheaper than ever.
We will open te-day New Lacea, Ruchiugs, Ties, Scarfs, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Cor
sets in all the best makes and at lowest prices. Ask te see our Speen Bust Corset at 50 cts.
We will open a lull line of Crape Veils, Crape Bennets and Hats. Crape by the yard, and
everything else that is new, desirable and cheap in Millinery und Trimmings.
Call and examine our stock at
142 and 144 I0ETI QUEEff STREET.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware,
Clocks, Jewelry mil Ami TinM Spectacles.
Wc elfer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department of our business. We
manufacture a large part et the goods wc sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating Its quality.
ftnFirst-Clu.is Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS !
We have new in stock a large let et Sleighs, consisting et PONY, PORTLAND AXD
ALBANYS. TWO FINE
By STREIT A LOCK WOOD, of "Peughkcepslc, N. Y. One Fine Fear-Passcnger PORTLAND
SLEIUH. TRIMMED AND UNTKIMM EDj
PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS,
Finished in the highest style and sold at one-half the usual price. Alse, a tine let of Buggiea
and Carriages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand .
By Brewster, one by Gregg & Bewc, and a variety of ethers, second-band. All te be selI at
half their value.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
430 & 432 North queen and 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa.
S. CLAY MILLER
RESPECTFULLY calls the attention of his friends as veil as
-Ci the public in general te his Superior Stock of Old Whiskies;
Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gughenheimer, Hannissville, Overhelt
and Gaft's Pure Bye, from four te eight years old, which he has
recently bought from first hands for Cash, and will sell from the
original package at reasonable prices, at
Ne. 33 Perm Square.
Reception in Philadelphia.
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