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The northern star. [volume] (Snohomish City, W.T. [Wash.]) 1876-1879, June 17, 1876, Image 3

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of the fiml slmpo in In- ucsunml l'_\'
r “HM; and pnni~lmwnrs wv know “HIP.
I'm: \\'- nml n.t know nwru. A 4 in
‘.mth m,- gn to srlmu! 1‘:I('ll <|.u_\' :uhl
;; My hilhl‘nH}; not run-ling: ”Il' [mum
gut ‘kmnin; whvl'll-r the hm" In tlu
-1"ll‘h'w'l“. luth of I‘IHHII'SS will nsk
l’wulll’ miml :mal lunnt.:uhl M in um
‘zlihljlmu .hy“ m.- lumw nut whvn- mn-
Lumt' ~hu|| Im, whollu-r luy the lluvlmn
“rm, )li~_-i«ipyi ur Ivy 11mm or luku
.‘n‘lzh' uw- kuuw nu! what. I'rivmlq “ill
‘11,“ I. qrmt IN in lzu'uff I‘llmrv days,
It" in mr igunrunu- nnm: on until
.‘imv sinwly «'WIIW'A llu- plan “1' (MI, >0
;..- m Hn- :rv Itcr I'mnn- lu-yulld tlw 10ml»
\n- mud! ('MH!) lllc [HENCIII tn nur lu-urt
:m l [hm walk un and on \mifing fur the
n “yin" mmm of t mu m ('urry us to the
gn-at sm. .p tn tbelunghing lnllw, In
In! "M ugc mum-u with snmv-whilu Imir.
m tn "4 nil lu-rc twlny in health um! in
5.1". mum: at the future tlu- grout eternity
“ill t-nnu- ut lush telling us all its joy
:vul sorrow in wards mrvcr to he re
.l'tHL‘ll.
\"Iml \“lll Ilc- Elm-mm"!
This quenirn is often nsked hy p-trents
in regurd in their sons, and h_\' the l'rn-ud-A
nt‘ numy young men; nn-l. ulthougll
there is no rule tor useertuiuing, we may
get some Men of wlmt n yonntflr nnm will
ivu'ulllc hy olmen‘iug his nations und
“'nrktl.
Solomon mid. many eentnries ago, thut
"even it t'hi'ld I 5 known Ly his nt-rk.
mhetlu-r it he good or evil." 'l'hereliu‘e,
“hen _\'nu see u Inny slow tn :10 to sehooi:
uulitll-reut til-out learning, nud :lnd of
met-y opportunity to uegh et his. lessons,
_\ou "my take it for granted thut he will
be u hlnekheull.
When you see :1 boy uuxiors to mend
money. and who spends every eent Hal
,nnn na‘hc gets it, ynunmy know thut he
“ill he u spendthrili.
When you see u boy hnunliuq up his
pennies, uml unwilling to port with them
for uny gond purpmte, ynn may set it
down that 'h : will he a tuiser.
\Vlleu _\'Hllßt'c u hay willing to tnke
strung drink, you may rightly suppose
that he will Int-come u druukurd.
When u inny is disrespectful tn his pu
renti. (limitedh-nt tn hil teuelu-t, und un
l.in'l tn his friends uutl playmates. it is n
sign Ithat he will never he of much no
wunt.
when you see :r l‘ny kinking out for
hhnuelf, and unwilling to sluire good
things with ntlu-ra, it isn pign that he
uill grow up a selfish man.
When ynu see u hey [nun tuulnt seluml,
:mcnilvu In his lessune. t-ngvr fur ml
umccnu'nt, mnl rospvctl‘ul to all 'with
“ham lu- is luought into contact, you
may be cvrluin that ln- is running gum!
habits. und cannot. mi! of lit-mining a
man of inflm-m-o.
lie never touched it hit of wnrm sugar
it” through the evening, Immune he snid
it did not ngree with him. and yet when
he l-id her ndieu nt the doorot' her home.
he bore l|\\l|_\‘ on his iipn nn nntnistnkn
illeihu'oroi ninple, nnd it is no body‘s
llnsinests how it entne there.
They any thnt at the centennial Imlt in
'l"riseo n gentlemen presented nn nppte
to n Indy who wns in very undress uni
lnrtn. with the relnnt'k ;‘ “ As I see,
mmhun. you enlne ns Eve, permit me to
mmplete your costume."
l-Isqunnnux theologians reverse henven
and hell, plneing the penitent nnd saved
in neheltered world umlergronnd, nnd
keeping the sinners nhove, where they
are frozen.
The elopemcnt of a man with his
tnother-in-Inw is reported from Lansing,
Mich. ’l‘hus does it new dnnger lhrent
vu connubinl happiness.
" Why, Mary Ann. whnt in the world
are you doing with the Scissors?"
“Sure you told in t. iseallop the oysters.“
All the pretty 111-yenr-olds are getting
mud at seeing so much in the papers
"hunt the women ot'seventy-six.
" The woman ut \mrk swwps everything
helhrulter: tho wotnnn ol'l'muhion sweeps
rterything behind her.
A You“; Indy down East mlvettist s
M“ the yonng mun thnt “embraced nn
"I'POrtunity," nnd snys it'hc 'will come
"t't'l’ to their tonn he can do better.
.Vly llunw.
'Ti< not \\‘|xv'l‘«' ..vihlwl ~l~lrndnr
"Mll'l'lu UII' ('u-ll)‘ walk,
Nur \rhcn- bright. pullalm! nnrhlv-
I‘ laid lllmn llu' |l~|||.-;
Bul \rln-rc are J--\\"-!~ brighter
'l'lum mmht uf mrlh or rm,
Fur lhn'ro |u-:n‘l.~ fund and :cull"
Bran. I‘H‘l’ lrm- fur um.
(Duly un humhlr rnuzm'.
I’llerqu Hn- rity‘s din,
.lrunnd whirl. Mnnms run-rt run-s,
Angl rum-p hlumll u‘llhin;
'l'lu'l'u 'lm‘ll my '!l'il'l‘ll‘.~:\ [I‘PIIFIII'L'H
In purl- ulll-rllou warm,
And {ln-ruin life's ruch- battle
I Imrnnr frmn th' storm.
lh-llglmu I-In'llemi-111 and lll
sunny.
Since the report has gum: forth that
.‘lootly'p meetings: in the New York llip
plltlrttlnc (lime eight petmns into insult
ity, the I’ittshu rg Cmnmu'riu’ ltns lnlit‘ll
the pnim to mnnnurize t'tmn the unnuul
report ot'the .\lu~s.-te|tttsetts Stute Imune
.\.~y|ttnt, prepuretl I>_v Dr. \\'omlwurtl,
the fitperintentlt-nt, the t-tntistienl stnte
tnents ot'tlte nnnther of patients in thut
institution nnule immune from tlitl'erent
ICI‘USQS. It nppenrs from this tnl-le that
intetnpernnce is the most urtlinnry muse
nl'inmnity. But the next most. prolific
enttsc ot'insnnity in “religious revivnln“
er exeitenn-nt. In ten yeurd, from 1833
tn 1842!, there new more nnnleinsnne
from intetnpernnt'e tlnnt religimt. Ilttt
during lll: lust IllllllCtl year, nrenntrkrthle
one for " revivals," somethingflintilnr to
the present yenr, there \rere more then
tlnnhle the ntnnher driven to inunnity lty
religion lll‘tl) intetnpernnee, the tulio
trout tltelnhle being, itttetnpcrnmw, sit
until one fourth per cent; religion.
twelve and three-lonrths per cent. In
the same report there is u mhle shutting
the ennses ol‘ in~nnity in ten (litl‘erett
tlS_\lllmH in the United Staten. In severnl
of these, religion was more trightt‘nl thnn
intetnpernme. lit the Ilnrttortl Asylum,
('(tlllll'tilt‘utl, in tszm, there were insane
front iutetnperunce. [O:3, nml t'rotn relig
ion, lltt. In the Ohio Asylum, in the
same year, thme were :12 trust-s ol'inmnity
resulting from intelnpemnee, nntl 4-") from
religion. In the lilontninutlnle Asylum
the rntes were, intetnperttnue, It); relig
ion, H. In ten :\.~‘)’lllltl§, ot' the whole
ntnnher ofputientn, 374 Were insnne by
religious! excitement, and 00 sttieitles
were attributed tn the satlne enuse. The
pmlmhility is. howerer, thnt none of
lllt‘SL‘ person» Itml wull lmltuu-ml mimln.
the revivnls Hot heing to lilntne, but the
t'eehle intellet-t giving way tnnler them.
We do not luelieve, thisrlast statement.
If the writer means that “the t'eehle in»
telleet" gives way umler a vague. myste
rinus and inuletiuahle system of religion.
that the teaching is so involved and tar
turnes that instead of presenting eiear
enneeptiuns at truth, it only serves to
darken munael, we agree with him. lint
if, as the Seriptures nsserfi“ the way is
so plain that waytaring Ineu. tlmugh
simpletnus. shall not err therein," we
eannot believe that the t‘eehlest mind
can he driven into insanity. To take
sueh a positien is in eil'eet to assert that
the plan of salvation is inadequate to
the spiritual wants of man, as Well as
positive stultitieation Ufllltc doctrine of
Christ. Strange, indeed, that lie whn
came into the world to clothe men in
their light minds. should he the direct
cause of unsettling their minds, am] a
consequence sending them to lunatic
asylums. We don‘t believe it word of it
ltather, we are led to believe that it is a
"techie" religion. uperverted religion,
an imbecile religiun, n superstitious, fan
atical religinn that unsettles the minds
oi the weak and ignorant, and fills our
ahnshouses and nsylnms. latemperance
and an intemperate. intoxicating relig
ion set. men and women crazy and un
lmlanee their intellectual powers.-
ii'rldwu‘orfll 117 a lerprt'ua.
Berlin University has 400 distinct lec
ture courses. Cambridge has 2500 stu
dents; Leipsic has 3,000; Yale, 1051;
Harvard, 1278.
There wusa very rough young mun,
whom Snnkvy saw staring around at the
close of the meetings, nnd kindly uskwl,
“ Young mun, are you looking {or unl
vuliun l“ “ No“ was the reply, “ l um
looking fur Snl Jackson." Let us sing u
hymn, Slllll Sunkvy.
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