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1 1 J RATES OF I! ill 1.1 H i l l . ,lra . CIV. e HKlr. ra en eop,e . 'ti. $'f- no (H X l.'ll'.'a I . On.tr ct Oifim I'' lUlO.V OlIK . . '" "" beater City O ti e I. n.M. U.ilil il i.i:. Whirk west intneaVct, Suu'-v v'' 17. '' ' . 1. -"". ti., rr. at V .! - ? U. Ii, fUitf 1H Ul, STT It lfc''t'"t al -i ' i- mctr f Mll"lpfl. t ONoUr .-KtoaAl. U. ft t-l. Q. ' '.auar, H. k H f.. RM'SrV-JTATlVtS l.t tliat.--H. L. Mnil,,.., ' i l"id " Van 11 Minnm):, ! Srd -If. 1. . 'i 4.h " -'). K. SicM-tei., 1 , Jlh " '. '! "k". 1 I , J. U. Chahaers. ! STATK. l,esaior J. M. St'n, , l,ien. . H. finis. IV v. of H'at -at. l Meyer, Aa-limr Svlves'cr (im. AH't. lien.- Th.v.. ('. fuellings, Treaiaror Vf . I.. H.-mtnnJ, . Hat. ef Ed. J. A. Smith. CIM'STV. HS.riir-fl. I" Wilton, t'uencerr Clk K. K. SIc.UiD. CircniUlk. II. B- Laccy, Trmirf T.C". I.jr.in. Aaarsaor J. P. Thompson, Vri B.nirT J. W. Me Jam , SUI'KRTlHOIH. tti Hist. Joseph Head, , " 1). Jnhn..m, T. K. Sadler, 4,(, K. L. Brin. (yo, J. A. Uu. Tlty OipK lorr. ajvr W. A. Ho.lenhamer. slerah! B J.AIbolt. " Attornev J. w . nticnainn J Clark J. S. 'in. J Treanror-C. M. Savage.. f lfgistrar H. H. Attornev J. W. Kuchaiisn. ' , in. Aaaeaa. r and C" 'uV r - lorn- Scale. J 1 C M. Mae';, ". Wir' . . . H Met'arty " ,.r 1 " -iiil, rreslUcul, '. W. Thorntoa " W,r,l, I J. 1. Inox " .'nh Waul, T. 1. Sadler, " '.h Ward. I Beajular meelinira tho Krst and third Friday reninf ia eeh oi"iti. . 1 Koardor Iradf. w "rw ll.ap Af Trina rrtnitinir of trie princi- t f ft bumiiou"il the citr. h"ld rpnlrm"l I itfi Man.'inc Tmido bwliliii 2J Vi 'ndncaUar V olcbiotli. V Klo Fzli IVoiilont, P , . R. A. Mrminn, 1-t Vic l'rwi't. I I A. Babbitt, TV iKiirnr, ,1 I I W. K. HT. ,v.,:r-lrT, nnA finer f.r Hol.llna oBirl In Ibr l'ir1 Jntlicinl cicriT corT. tn ennntT of TislH'minjro. nn the 2d ll'in- Jaiuarr and Jul, itid continue six tliecountT of AlriTn, nn the -mff and Jnlr. and ciniiinie t the cnantr of 1'rent on the 'd Monday vclvf ilar. .-t MnndaT bruarr and Auo-it anl t t.tinue twelve the countr of l.t-e, on the S.I Mnittlar in -narj lud AnuKt, and continue viliicco I the connty of llawamha, on Mis 11 .M'm f Marnh and Septcnitwr, and tontiuue su the eountt of Monroe, on me mt nonitar Tril aid ttober anl con'.inne tiruntv- Ut. th emintr ol Cliiekan, Ut. Kixtrict lnUra tn Arril and firtoht'r and con twelri ilara; and in the 2nd Iinm-t ,:! I avl in March ID I S-pt,'uit,'r auj coul-imt J.iv tmniT rorT Ik, .f vlarcli ana nepi'muer, am. continue an ibe coui't of f'rent'i. on il Ui Vr,n,i 1V ril and October, and ronnnne ti davs. t eotinlr ol A icorn, on inn i jiiotinaTH tnd ir tooir anil ronti -me twelve da vs. cm;a!y oi ltawnmba, in lie 4ih M"ii April and October a: d continue nix oiinlr of Lee. on tne i i .urn'tays ot Nera-uhr, aud continue '.flve (lavs. C aviin'r .Morir , on th.' Itt Mondavs of oontT of (Thirltaaaw, lit District .Irl u War and Nori'inlier, and continue and In th Ud Diftrict th Monday in Novemhor and, ontiniK twlr days. Jl-TICES COt'KT. I 11 3H Bliihter holds court on first and l""5i.iiiniTa ii each month Ktrtpt. 'm m i , ,m ri nn lirt HAturdi, t.rt House, on the 2nd and 4th Hon O&utona. HIT, 1 flrt and third Mall- Sioe.ae holds hia court lardarm each month. ar . rra. n, i th a .'at Seal's Store firat , and .cb month at Uncus HA 1 ' mi t.aiardar at Bnena 1 ' ilVniad Maturduy it i 1 ' T. of (-rnnu. tie i J.-aVrann eountT k - ,Via .ion,llolDie. t, rrenlifj i ' ,sa, New ton j 11 (H'dckaaaw ; '.- '. la , ' "W : - i . ,! 't oc; . i. il,-rMon .ro t whorne, 'ly 'I ii ft ?, l bandar in acb illue, Sec'f . . No. 401. Sunday in ach V. Teden, Xec . r, Ird H ind ay Waiter, R. ' i-h aionth, i, 1 annr tiee'r. ureal .llmll ny, (eiceijt Hun res sani day at nrea Tuesdays Thnrailayi ft!., and Kavfa p. lea' H.maUa Mondays and , ml arrtrcs luesdars and iotjaton arrives Wedncs irdars, at S p. m. and iiaiiaDd Frulara at 1 oiay and Sstanlar 1 P. tn.. sama da !ri?d for Money Or 1V ..lOcta . . In eta ..ict VOI . I A. -"NO tiwimnatsrmf-K ar- . w bwbw iwuranrf 111 "" " ' '' t U,- y . - . N I'aaiBi l.oiiit No. sT, A. r. rt A i." taltrat Ttmriav ndht i neb nv nib. Mr L. Una i 1 a. W. .M f. c. rn s, s.-c-j. r. v!-.! v. . y r V 'a? v v IviNiioi So. 10, iimU fourth TbrdT night in each n.onth. ' .1. W. Dl TfUNA, K. C. c. n,.i, r:.-c..r.i,T. . t !!! An It Clixplrr. , Okolona Chapter No. -.'7, meets sc.-ond Jhys-d.-y E'fiht iu each mi nih. i. P. Caik, H.. C. V. no fJec', H;fT(iN I.otxie, No. I" day, at 'i o'clock f. ., ii T. T. V. St'orT, See'y , nn-t-t scivind Sctur- car d month. N. .I.KTIS.W. Jf. HoiiTOB HoTAL ABCB tlHAPTlB, ta-cls first Saiurda at 4 ij'clock r. u. moMth. T. V. JIabtik, i. A. Pi Bai v, S. c'v. No. 2S. in eacb h. r. i'lkcvill,. I,. N. s.,, day iu each uiwli .11 : m-els t!ic "Jr.'i .'latur iock iwuu - P. I 01 VII. V. M. Jims C. Uii.i.n,' See'y i. r. o. v. ' -"Sjv 5- - iT si . 2. : ? t -1 - M m 3 e 3-? 9 5? "... r 2. t-s i S ! 1 "1: t. o. o. v. ;z ui fi I s:i J. K. Mel sro.i!. ! reiiieMt. JldlS WlllTH, IC- I'l Cltli'llt, II. S !tuni:Mi.R Sv-,T,Oiir , 1 . i , I v K It, LiLhera of Hoard. It. M. Hi i ii . is, i r'or anv iufornoition as to the sale of !.a In tlia t. 'I. O. K. (miuk-rr, anil nayuientn there for, call II. r1. lio.lrnh.inn'r. Allans B.culrc, No. lfiit, mcet.i every Thur-dtv nicht. (I.vi.1. X. 0. OtJBK, V. O. C. T. t.oRK, Sec'y. eaiij -it nw p risi is. i:ti cunr t.orxir., c. Meets ercry Monday niarlit. Tuns, f) akiiix, C.C. U. II. I.ACST, K. of It. aud S. laBlshla ef flinnr. tiifkaa3W Irfuk'd No. 73n hold regular meinr on the 2no anl 4;h roducsdsj nitMs in eh nioiith,nt 7'4 o'clock. dAlliB WlLl.laa-, I'ict. C'.V. Havaos, Beporlcr. Havaos, Okrlonn .11tlt'ia Asaorintlun. Meet tlu oral aud third 'FricWa ef each month, ' J. IT. Obf.bk Treat. (tDI.KJlOI a). Okoleinit. Iter. J-1 Hirkhani at the MelhodistChafeh in Okolon ills., every Hahtiatlt ia each mor.th. J'.ctbridh HlWiath Hclrfiol at Mthot Church ret, ilabbatb at U A. at. Baptist KuMa, School, at Banlia't Chnrcb very Habbnth a- A. w. , Hurry, Hui.t. I'reahvterian .l,alh Hrhool at f'renhvterian hureh i Okoh n-verv ! ibhatti at ViSU a. m.. ao.1 Prayer OIl" cdnaday birIiH' acb week ta'ci"c j . Saiihaib Sch,-i r,,, .., a rtvi,ir" i u Prtrhn.jt everv S ,i ( n'otoclt,' ! and at 7 u clock r. a, itie kT. Xilin i. afbicanWx HOP I ST j-auL ita fch-.l at V vt(.v ...rTsn dar njornicz, C. it. Services at II o'clock own, riiijrintcodant and ;( o'clock, r eacb rtairbath, by Rev I II. Willxiurn. Ileaall iSfiBi.A Arroi BBMTS, tier. J. 1 . i nnninpliftii Churrh.ln i Sshb.ith at hir: in each monOi, at It o'rloi !-c!,d at!! u'rlm k, A. 51., i ('. hheli, rtip.-riiitcnl,-tit. Missionarv rociely rn-vta i at th Methodist and 4th Mahl.alh A. M. hl,l,a b T ."MltMliy. SI. UQ'lay iS b.H.,t r titl. Sunday. A. A . Park- 1'reinkeLi. V Rev. J. N. Catoihera I'a-tnro,', k'reshvte- riau Clnwcn, .'.m .aljhath ie ach n,aaih and at same nour, ani at o j a: u . v - , Kev. Mr. il .re .at Ui ltap(i. tlmrch, 1st Siindav m each aionth at 1 1 e'cln-sk V . 11' Irahbath School al tt o'clock-, A. it., en Sun dav. M. IVcl u;,rlllcldcnt. . Cni itl 1'rayer MatinK at tl.e 11.' V. list Churiiery Thursday ni)tht. , n:w is the time - X a!rlbs Tor the (hC I K A SAW " M ESSE KG e J 1HH(. .".tor iH-it ONLY ,'2.00 ' w I If P,il ia A d van co fi YJJ laT "A d C.IRCST, Ayor'o Hair Vigor, FOR RESTORING GPAY HA!U TO1 ITS NATURAL VITAtrTY AND CCLG3. " -1 ' ' ' r It It a most at;rco:tlilo drfisMng, ulikli il st or.ro liarmlcsj 'and effectual; fur yr4 frvliij ' thb iialrf IV rtitonat, riib t1i r!" o1 rfrTsjiefof joiati, Hdc4 rrT, light, and rc3 Lair, to a kh Irgtin.pr derp Hack, u may be ileslrtkL Py Itt uo tliiu iiair is tliickcncd, and baUrtcss often thotijh t.t aliraj j ciirl. It cborVa falling of tl.e hair imitudiaudy, anil causes a new (Jtowth la all cases Where the glands are nut decayed; uliile to firasht, ak, -ct OtlHTWise disease J hair, it iui arts.Titality and s;ren;jih, aud rwders il pliable. it Tho Viooa cleanaea the scalp, carat and prevents the (unnatioa of ibuidruff ; and, by its coxjlinj, stimulatinr;, and soothing properties, it huals ruost if not Ji of the humors ahd J. leases rcullar totheVsfp, keeping H cftof, cUian,. and -sth, under hicli oiu4itHl ihseaxcf of lha scalp ani hair arc iinpnssible. j As a Dressing for Ladles' ilnir The Tiaon U lucnmparahle. . It is color less, contains neither oil or dye,nd will not soil hite cambric. It Imparts an agroxable and hatting t'."funir,'aid as an article tVr tle Uijot it. ex-ououiiU aud unsurpassed in its excellence. , 'a . ' i V i i ' . ' t i Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., I'ractlcal and Analjtlcal ChenUata, Lowell, Mass. SCLO ST ALL DncaailTS ETIRrWUERB. v a ' Juno lt. If-8". 3 IVtl Ii 4U t Al' t0 L I ii L US KF.'I tilt forth ear of arof ila, KipMlla. Krmfelnam Tslat, Ilhc. n.ll-m, llhlte SffelHns.ft.iut, Goitre, nnnrenlldn, Hn.nchlla, Ni-rvoua lle lillty, Jtalarla, e.nJ all .llMsncsarMaa; r-saa aa lmnareeaUUkua f Ua biood, kJ ot arairi. lr- n lr. crann, gtirorriL Cur! Rhr-iT-KfslIam, , 4'urm Syphilis. Cnrtu II alarln. trtOSADAliID Cnrt Xcrroas Debility. FwGSilBilLIS RCSADsat2; :m will tftl ynu H ! romi.). T T th itrnnii4t Itfmti't-n thnt cxjat, Mid It t jvoewttjii. iwmoa rurifr, v 7Vr rJA'inJ! TtPAKT. r.vternnl nnd Internal. , 1 rt r:RrTBfr pait n)f tfvfi nte ttti auk Liver L":i!':1 n.i.ruruii. -'I rr: Vec-ctableWORM SYRUPl Tn.trct'v itM.trs WORMS, mi t rcsiw-mcnord bv t.I'VWnn ft tfi'-tioat Wi HII :H-K l.t' , IS" I or .ile ky ail Iri!gl-i. . j JOIl F. Mfc RY, fin RAH & CO a;H H l lat-i AiAjCT- Jllfl. - at Tollw V , S?v TfeA H.JQ. DliCH AIM AN, Urgent. ,' oicolona, IJIS ' ' ' April 8tb, iS30-ly.' ' ' Q 1 K Benj. F. Gi:a'fto,:, Stouy I X,add, HUrtEiit "R. Paie, " " ' Late Commissioner of Tatents. PATENTS." vai-m:, (jun ior a Li UHt A tBomcts al Lute ami Kolioitiiri fij Amcnran and Fureiiit litm,l, , 412 Fiktu St., Wasiunoto!!, D. C, Practice patent law in all i's branches in the Ikjiicnl Olios', uno is tlie r$tr 'tain' and Vireuit t ourts ot llie I nilcil rtHtes. t aniphlet acut Iree on receipt ot stamp lor postage. fielH. 2, 1-4-it, , ' - J' " ALL. KIXDFGF A!inHL .IMi (0rRU.i:0lS 1 OKOl.OIvA, MISSI5SirPI, TIIUK'SDAY, DEGEMI5KU 2, 1860. s2 i TTJK Rill IK. la II Immoral ! l atUe? 1 Kni ia (1. aiiteiitn whlrli v. akr. lrH Itt llaaMite Illaccss. ed Ib thrltraoklvn lab. , rainrlc titmy 'Jrai- . . . . ! , Uvtrtrm in lh41iftrr.a s)nr1 l tae sVaa-lalty attKva-aalaia Itoblai aerll, Itaulltav It.l.ln U " linpuif rn.l, I a-rlrn llllrsaith Itamallaa r t OBIraMlW li. , Special to tl Api'al.j'' Ne Turk, Nor. 22 lie?. Dr. De Wilt Tuliuac preached iu Uie Tabor oai.le jcskriiHy mriiiiigU) tbo niuil fiinjrrat iiMl, hi SuhjeCt liriii:', l'Ia fie Bible Iuiiiioraa ami KuliC?'' lie tuok for hi tejxt te 30ih rcr of the 21. Ii f.!i!plrr of St. llatthrw, "Heav en t.iffi earth slihli pnfci tway, but my atylil.iiall nofc pa,a away." ', f BK kaUall "ISajtlE lnllfJUM 1(AK AlfU ALsk." . " , lVbat..W thfit ecrollotl, iUsio.l, Doie-iUt K'r,toJ yol titiiu lying on Hie tH'111,01 l,r utwtog rouuv contre tabic? YI,at volume is it ilt faced 3'id wttrq.nud lirad penciled on tlia clerk's desk in tbe court rotnii 1 What volunio is it that tlie gowned (jrofessor wads in the college chapel I Wbt volttpie is it that u purktd aiysy lovyiili.ttKjs u the trunk on li murninj; of the yiiintnaua leav ing home t 'What vuiumtj is it on nhiiU the jiiiljiraj of tliu iStiprejne Court of Vnited Staler and all our Ji esiilenla tako their oatli ,' of nflice? Of wltat volume hav tlie printers! uiado, lO.ODO.OOO co'pius'i it is the book on wni-h iiifjleJiiy (.ills Hi ban-Is to tlay suid iies, "f!;irrc'ndcrr Shall wo do , Is Uie qiK slIo'4 of lite day and of (!iq hour. Kor yeari I li.tvo liesrd uiauy1 roin pluiuts made agaitint tha Uhlc, and I uae classified these comnlaiuts, knd I bavq found them to lie four. the iiiiii.u isutrcnu Tlifci.iWcU'criiel. The ) ij,le i ion tra Jif tory. 1 lie biblo U unscientific Tv.p'OTe that the bible is Impure its enemies read portions of scripture wl.1r.li U.ey say is until for (ho eve and car or family Circle. They rea'd Sol oiiion'k spng and put' upon it their wu interpretations, and ihon fi n; down the bock denouncing It ns a polluted vi lu'me. 1-4 the liible' im pure ? 1 lay it down ns a principle mat aa impute uook Will tiavc imou e reulta. No mart will Ucny that prop oiitiuiv OT nil your fn'ou li lo uiaiy.of them l.ave'Jiud Ihcirpmitv of sou! (stained, tarnished or th sp iii il, lv Mtiipluial ptTii.-'il ? , Two buntTrud million copies of an impure book scattered thru.'b Ou;st 'ndom ! Tbere niunt. bo a great many victii.is Show me a thousand victims. Show tn victims liow mc a liundre I Shot? ma fil'.y. Sliow me ten.. Sh ,n iue nn victim. Ii that chorbita'it 'I l itt ni Vara wSiit tli.t sppcitin.-ti U ''"r loan, wt uiun, child, wlttc li.ni'hr roi'iei i-'.i,,i - oicj.ii, Asiai.c Afn.-i't Twu litindrcd millions Of booKi, in tai l; voliun of whicli Is tho leprosy of impurity: Show mo one victim. 1 do not conflba you to our own time flange through all the 40d0 years that have passed snd bltow mo one soul tvliose chastity and purity have been lespoued nnd ruined by bible peru sal. I challenge all earth and bell for on victim. Your cliarca col lapses arid dies in th presence of every fiank-.minded man. far lrom the U.blo being nn impure boos you know very well that it ia only where ho bible reigns that the family insti tution is regarded. The only differ ence bfitcsen Sodom and Constanti nople and Pekin and Madras, on the Other id(, and our American cities on the othef, in regard to the status of purity or impurity, is the dirton enoo between bible or no.bibio. , If the bible be an impure h"k-, I am only asking of you a fnir thing when I ask that iler 200,000,000 copies hsve been d6ing their work, you show ma one victim. Charge the second ' ' Til 5 IUBLE IS CRCrt f o pr6vp this the cnemips of the bib!c give ut the story of the an ient wars, pssaages in the history of t)a vid and Joshua, 'the extermirinlioa of the Canaaniles, and then declare that the bible approves of laceration and rryuislaughtep, r You have known a grerd thsny people have this "cruel" bouy-ja tfietr Hands. W as tho efl'eot of lroel" booV tipon them to ser rr ninuiowsru vivisection, toward mk lmenf, toward mauling? Did yo' rir'jJseomltMit practically and fat; $1 bave'Yjsri reading about tho exs unauotr." uns canaanues. and tu ym'eah to eflt,' Stan, bruise and beat Lo pieces every one I can meet T" as your cnikiren- Have studied the bible bave'theytot more and more a tendency twptill oit'fie wings of flies, ana to plrl grasshoppers, and to rob birds' nests'? If the bible is cruel, why docs it not show its cruelty in fyat direction? So far lrom Its 1h ing true,- all'the aiytums and institutions of mercy in this "country have been founded by , bible, believers. When did this 'bloodyfcook," so-called by noma, implant c niclty in the heart ot Ocorge " I'rkbody, of Miss Di, of Horence "Nightingale, of John How ard, of John Frederick Oberlirt, 61 Abbott Lawrence ' Look at those twenty cLristian women rn a boapitat lliry re washing wounds; the? arc administering cardials ; ihry are taK ing the last wessiflge-of tbe xpii ing lliose' christmn wnnian have ben 'rcqrlinrj this boo" all their lives, and now tby are reiuifig it to the sick and dyiii-j .- At what point do'S the critrlty of this book crop cut ia the life of that lninisieriag angel in tbe hospital? Doyn I it in the gen tleness bf hrr strt, or iir the radonce vf her voice, or in he j r n er for tl.v dvi'vT: Lord Jean, receive bis f it?" hi-i ii r an tt.s'm. a rose I. .f I cm n. onet, wl, it ol the -"' i""'i ii yon South n the ' 1 '"S I 1 n.d; C 1 f ' .ike icu - -wbsia y - :i i with bo- bin k' r .l t ' e l,.b, t'iW.B Ii UiLfiiit! put , ar 1 pr' ; 1 ' 'l..v "Tv FT A W7X7 '-IW OF TIIC PKoriE4!, PAU'dT" an I say: If this rtsMaze U true how rse that paisq ( tru. Ttie IiiiIa book ia a miss of eoiitrsdm ins." Mr. M.ll, a fri.-n 1 of l'..n ir.blp, translated l'ie New 'IVsiamon'., ani ie declare I bad found thirty thousand diff.-i.nt readings, but tiiese ditterencax were tinrmportatit and ee very small diirerceces, and were to be accounted for on the ground that tht bible bad e ome down from Ren etation ti feneration, ami had boea eopiod by a (jreai many different hands, nnd it is not stirprUij tint here smd tbere is word changed, bwt ab.ml the great doctrines ia the bilie there is no difference. All the sacred writers agree in these duo trittos : Uod stood, bol v, just and omnipotent,,, Ken a lost sinner Christ alt wUiriousjsnd iaviting tbe whole world to bo saved. Two de tinics one tor W-liSVttrs and ti(c olU er for unb.-Jiei'orj. .About tlieso doc tniics there is , perieut. harmony. Uozart, lii cIUotbd, ilsa.ii I, llaydin never saw, wrote or beard more com plcto harmony. Is it But wflndeft-l that this bililti, wrii.'tvn by scares of men living ia different laada, living in tlilTeroiit ages, somo of tbem hav ioj no commusiuati m with each other, end bavjng idea of the jjt-u-eral de-iign of J,iio ibiblo, alter tlieir fragments of work are brought from these different lu .d arid ages nnd are put Uijjitbcr, utKe a complete book, a book so bartuonious that the best scholars of of tur.iy pronounce it complete liarmony ? It is es lliough a great cathedral were to be built, and a hundred men were to do the work, and Uiosj hunlrc 1 iujii lived in diffident coiuiU'ica a'ld lived in illirereiit Jgfs, and bad eo.cim mutiication with eaeh other, and no ideacif tbu ecnr-iaf design of the ca thedral, and yet after a while all tlieir fragments of troijt nVitifl lie brrjuht toijether, and they piova to be a com. plgt architcclui ul triumph ; th man a bo carved tii p!l!srs hayi no communication with Hia mm wlioj planned tho dome; the' man who fashioned tlie. door had no commilni cation with tho nan wln contrived f Js t arches-' Cha'gellie fourth , lilK Bll'.U'ta CKrNTlFIC.' Vour biblo ssys Uioifl was Iig!:t be fore tbe sun was ccent i. How was it possible V, Vour biblo intimites that tho sun turns around the earth, when llie iiMti'Ui ir in Ibe- o'her di -' r. ctioti. Your liiOle aavs Ucd in J islms's time i.ho sun ao i iiioon stood still, which baiting would have uog -are l the whole yi tt liuic-y ol the universe. Your bible says that the water wa turned into winr; and ire seiiU other iinposnhlitics Throiigli all of that riguiiirnle inlidelity goes every ilav, fl". I it Nays tho bible is hnwcientilk. Who made you believe that there is art unabridged chasm ' tweeii the b.Me arid fccieiiuo ? Sic v art Mill, Dirwin, Tvndall, lien an ? V' Well, twill t'Lta.V;iU.l,ir..i'?" ,'4 ol men who Deiicvc inerc is ia per fect harmony between scieiico and the bible men as much higher than tlioso w hose names I have quote I as Mount Washington ami Hima.aych mo higher linn hi igowoo-i w.ucr- wooks; llcrscliull, Kcp:cr, Leibni'z, Koss, Iiaao Newton. At any rate, these names that I quote arc as good as the names yon quote. These men found harm my between the bible anil s.-ieuce. Have you never ucara t ror Hitchcock or Gou. Mitchell lecture oa the harmonv letwecn mo luuie and science ? The fact is, science is the boy and revelation a full grown man.. The boy thinks be knows more than , the man, and lis :u!;s a crcat many unanswered questions; but after science is fully grown nnd 1ms been growiug and learning as long as levelaUn has VefTf.stabliHlietl, per haps it may kaoiv as much. I say per haps. Voltaire brought nn argument to - show that the bible story of tbe golden ealf being dissolved was an impossibility a chemical impossi bility! While Voltaire was proving that gold eould net be bold in solu tion, all tha gilders sud coiuev and metallurgist of the earth were .hold ing pold is solution, and there .nunc fifty eliops . . 1H rARlS . ' at that time where Voltaire might have srieh the very process which lie pronounced an "itn possibility. If, therefore, at any time you should find a seeming'- disparity between science and revelation, it isyoor com mon sense ' that demands that you wait until science is more th'irough ly developed. Tho temple' of the universe has tw orchestras tho or f ebestra of revelation am, ths-orcbes tra or seienee. Iht (ortaer. Iiss rII its musical strings strong, and It is ready for tbe burst of eternsl accord j (be latter is only stringing its iaat re luct. "Wait 'and be patient. Alter awhile you will find twisted into the same wreath the rose of Sharon and tho laurel of scholarly achievement, and the Toar of the aea will be the magnificent hsss of the temple wor shipers, and Ibe earth will be found out to be only the pedals of an organ of which tho heavens are tho key-1 board. Now. yoo sree, yoti have not made out a-case. The bible is not impure, it is not cruel, it is iimt con tradictory, it la not nnsoiertttlic. This plaintiff, the inlldel, has made no case out agsriast the bible. The defen dant, aud I miuM, ia the court ol your reason, move a non-anil. Hut I will not take advantage of the cir cumstances. , I an going to see whether anything vaa be id iu bo half of tht rant li maligsexl bonk. Why di) you bold t the bible as a divine book?- "Oh," yoo say, "I in hent it from my fnthur." That is no reason, 1 1, mum ;ktlilru inucrit the r-dn.-tor from their Cither, and think it dive. Muhammoiisii rbildrerl in herit ' i TMUKOKA from vine. tlieir fathers and think tt di- ion v-Tftt nt no argument when you any you believe the be is fio Uo. !.l h i ticratise von intierii lrom your is You oii'.:ht to had 1 rean, some pi rtabi some goo reason wt.' h you coaid carry aroiin 1 in the I a:.'. .' hoiives, and stores, u tVi--, and st reft? I am gm-' to give you uti a reason. I am not n Hr, si-i'ig y.n ss theologians. : .V:mt of you sre buy men and yi u have nu Line fur elaboraie a'.n ly on thi.-i eubj i, and y-t in this day when the u.i is tilled with infflel ulang and and k' -piicul becurity and caricature ol llie Ui 5 !e J on ougnt to have some qniuii and decisive newer for the as sadauta. II God will help me I will htilp you U w do yoa know the btblo is from God ? Here is the old Testament. Hero is the new testa ment. First I Uke the nsw testa ment. II jw tlu I know that j,tiis cornea from a divine Chtist ? Jerome and Eusebius in the fourth, and Or( gen in the third century after Christ, gave a list of books of the sew testa ment jmt corresponding to our list in the books of the new te.staniunt. Hut you ssy : "Where did they get tlieir list?" They got the new testament from Ircuaus; trflaaut ot it from I'olycarp; I'olytarpgot it from St. John; Jit. John got it lrom the Lord Jasiu Chrisl, witli whom he was a P'."so.iJ 'associa'.o. - Is not this stiaigtit an I is not that clear ? My grandfather gsvq a.b-jok to my father; my fjiher ave the book to mo; Igjye the book to my child.' I th! c and difficulty in tracing that book throitgii the four genera tions. llrrc.is a pet sun at the end of the pew. I put a book in bis hand, and he passe it t the next person, and tha; one to the next, mild It conic to tho end of tha pew. Is there any difficulty iu tracing the book back through tho band t!it passed it to my IihiuU that stalled it ? Norv, tkja , I.NKiV Ti:rAatk:!T j I cn elonn in as atiaig'bl B'l l clear a lino as that Christ gave il fo. Saint John, KaiAt John gave ilto .roly. 'carp, I'olycarp ;avo it to Ircnaeus, Irenaeus gave it to Oriaen, Origen g tvo It to Kuscbius, Knsehius put it into the hands of thousands of chns tian-a, who pressed it to their lac-arts. You seethe new tes' anient was not a nun. lie of dociiroenta flung out of the window and picked up loose, and put together by chance- Tho divine Christ gave it to a good man, anil be to ano'Jier and so on down, anil as a silver o uii'uunion cbalicq passed along from baud to band, jusi so tbe new te-,taiuent has been passed alonz lrom generation to genurauon, and all the wnrld is invited to drink oul of it the new wine of the kiug lim ll.il you n.ij : ''iviw, .suipuae tiie Inlilu did hlart front llie heart of the ii vino .1 c a u Chri.tt, and go down in lliat lino, bow do you know that tUes3 men were boncnl? ' I wiil tell you. They died fur the Unlit ; meu wi l not die for a lie. Wsi.Ma tlie-f honest t ben be wrote his book ? He died for the truth. They made a hhaft of wood and they put on it sharp sleel points and they punc tured his life out. Was Mark hon etJ.For the truth's sake he was orn-j "C-l vol oil"-, u CuZ liT..''-. j.'" the II ,'sh was torn from his bones and be expired. "Was L ike honest? lie was hanged until death on an ol ive, tree. Was Saint James honest ? For the truth's saKe, al niliely-four years ol ace, lie was thrown nut ol the window of ttie temple. Was Fe ter honest? Far the truth's sake he was crucified, hi head downward by choice, becauHO be said Ibat he did not feci worthy to die upright as did bis master. WAS PALI. H0NK8T? Through what shipwrecks and Im prisonments be weut. Look into the Mamertine dungeon and ask wheth er he is bonest. See his bead rolling over into the dust uudcr the stroke of the executiouer, aud ask whether he is honest. Men may write lies t oplcatte ibe public, but no man ever died for a lie, dj ing willingly and cheerfully. I appeal to your com mon sense for lue assertion of what 1 say. .Now, than, you have tbe new testament handed down from the bosom of Christ, and you see it came down inlo our cuunlry and then you have inexorable and over' whcliuniug proof tha, the men -who wroleUha new testament were Uorioet men, because they died for the truth, and any man that is. not under (his teatimony, ready lo receive this new tcstnment as from the heart of Christ is not fait' aud boiast in bis argu ment. . '. Now, I come to tbe old testament: How do 1 know that it i from Chist ? Because there are things in it that no one but God could have foreseen, prophesied to come to pass hundreds nnd thousands of years in tho fulure. VTra. II. Sewardj one of the moat prominent men .of bis tiraa, aaid by way of prophecy, .'Tha Sonthernj re hellion will end ia thirty day."' It lasted four dreadful yesrs . The groat Froncbman prophesied tlil there would be a long line of Napoleonic! glories. All periahoj caied that because v aieos propir Ilomulus n'" twelvo VfLTUBK IN THE Al at tho founding of Rome lhat, th re fore, the city of Rorao would asnd rtiibtirt for twelve centuries A ibe end of the fourth century 1t birned down. Human prophecies ar ever lojio depended on, hot tli pupbe ctes of this book shiw tiii. they hiu't lie from God. who onlcas sec iu tbo future. The pmplecies ol ibis book are being fti'.lilir.f When Tyre, and Haiiylon, an 1 Nivcli and JeruattU m were in full I 'initi and power,' the prophets f jietold, by God a diri tion, that ibosii eilics shu'ild be destroved, f-'d tbe mode of their dcstiuciion. It all came true. Suppose a triin shcinl 1 no snv lhat in the f ifoe the East "rivei rtiif oveil! w lVonV 'ri a id dealioy ii, mil tlia H -i tsofi tiver will ovcr !low New Ymk an ' dea'roy it, ar-d then tbere w and then tho tl b tw. tip, and th.M t ibnir-Iing plows ni l l'.r. a Iwiy v ill be baitests re ar il 1 firtraa rb-re Fn't ol llr-el j iw stand, and fiere if j- on r v.i l on t'urse ti'-lU it woui-l not ab-ur-I lo us as tbe I'roi nn 1 si if of Dune ni -n, wbi. in the nsmeof (. Ol a'tHid in th iie great ci' in t!i ir ;io ' it.'c tir d p l'i a 00 PKIt AXNUM Mr . U.orv t.u.lJj the filje-t t - v' ., ,,rt Madison scpisre and i :.. gvr.n,ic cannot touch, vet prople i t!o ir doilruftion. Yet it hss ove 1 true Tr.ls bilile said t 1 v,r luturiant Qelds around Bar . I- tut raif fd tho Uuest, harvest . . a u"at --tUntall those fields aroi t;.,. city of Babylon ' should e-oi e a dehert. It it fVs snt The t- i ler will now tell yoo that I s r. .a around tbrougb those once lux n ant Jiri is, and there 1 not a parti i. ol vegetation, anil the bard grotm I blister a the feet of the explorer. 8". with the city ilf. It wasfrophe-t aied thousanda of yeaca before U'at' tn rums or. that city wt-ud be, the babilation of. , wh o it t ait's ' J ' All lias ccme" true. The explorer of to day has to go fully armed when he loorie at ? tbo ruin os . BitWj 0. He tin W liona aixl ajve hsd.br. re served sr;ita id the theatra. Tl.' bi b'o foretold that tbe city of Tvre should be destroyed the prophecy given at atime when-ibeeity of Tyre had-walls K50 feet high and prov'isr ion enough for. twenly years that that city sii'iuld Come down, and that the fishrruieii siib'uld 'sprca'l tlieir net on thtrulns.. If you should go- mere -tnis naorjam e sscrning, yoiH woum uua iia very iolng done, Tbe nuts ol the Cshermen'di vine on ibe rocks which are the miae of a once great Tyre. The 'Turks, tV Tartars, the Sarnorns, knowing noth ' ins about the Ribla, yet age after age fulfilling prophesy literally and to the last point. Go up Chatham street, New YorJt, ' to morrow and you will sec tlie fulfillment of proptt ' eeies made thousand of yearn ago Why is it that the Jews of a,cw York and IajiiiIoh. and St. Petersburg and Feliin, and Vienna, and Stockholm, are distinguishable ? The American in a foreign land loses his national ity ; after two. or three, generation you cannot distinguish anything that s-eiued like .Aioeiicjin features. So the Knglishmnn losc-g bis ndtionality, the Spaniard his, the Italian' and th Frenchman his, but th jew never. Why? Because tiii book, again, and again, and again, said In tlie old prophecies that tho Jews xt'.ould tie Rcattcrcit all over tbe eaftu, and that they should be kepi separate. So, wherever you find a Jew to day, whether bij;b enough up 'o belong to the syndicate, or low enough tl wn 'to hawk "old do" through the streets, there Is a luMili uient ol the prophecy. The bible, thousands of years before, aaid that a Messiah should come, of a certain tribe, ol a certain family, in a certain place, at a certain time. A perstm corresponding Willi all the minute deseriptioia given in ibe prophecy visoie, whom w cavil utii' Sunor. He came of that very tribe, of that very family, In that very pice at that T" ". w l"JJ'Jll ' 7 as ... . - .M,S-S 'l t-iaara VIia1 r. . A n . . i I l ,, I v is-n , i' , . -"Vour chriatin friend in heaven, and . . av.v HiHii i llB HH It a thousand years. Il these thinu were foreseen, and were foretold, Il must have been by divine inspit lion. I But, you say, the propbcclesare only a part of tbe old testa,deut Then, I answer: Do yon tbint that these prophecies which, by Iniora blo nrirument you must admi to be from God do you think thi Lord would admit all these propVeeies to be bound up with a pack, of lies and passed, down lrom genoration and generation, thousands of yeara? Would you allow an hoies! letter of yours to be put Into an envelope with ten er fifteen . -. . . J.TINU AVD INUKENT LETTERS ? b'tgijiag yor letter there yeu would take,lt, away or burn up the whole cavelope '. Now' do you suppose t,hosb prophecies woflld have been allowed by the band of Almighty God to continue ages after ages and for thousands of years, iu the eom pauionahipof Genesis, acd Deutcr onomy, and Job, and Froberb", and the Psalma.'and all 'the other Boo; of the OliVi'oaiUment, -if ihey were lying iimpositions., l)o tyoo think the Lord would .allow bis Fair daugh ter, Prophecy, to be affianced to this brigand falsehood? Ono fact that tlicfo prophecies, wtjlch, by bver whelrhnlg argument, "yon diutt to - be trora God the tact that iheso Ireuiemlons prophecies have t'een allowed to COutir.i.,'! fnr t' O- sanils i ' vs, tic cct nr ions of ti. .1 ' . t 1 ' - f t'.s V Tet '- i r - t e Km ; , I t . II v II j ew 1 .!' ; 1 vi) l 'rOtn tlati heart Of .n.ii u .ot,; !..',irM. T bavsi aho5wd you, also bow the OU Testament wa banded down from tbt heart ojT God to oar world wiul yoc sritKEMOEa, then? I call vour attention to tb fact that most of those bible wriuri were illiterate and uneducated men with no. wortlly advaalag. Yet Uieir elictior in besuty and power put out the blaze of Grecian pliilo- uhhv. lTam -jal,ltan fisberajaa having a thrtuaarid foid mortr inQu enee in Our timea than Ueinoelbeiies wh a W be vf but little use in our dny save to let bis adpairer tell some stale stoiy !wmt bis eloquence. These 'uneducated 'fishermen, batid hard from the Blung tacklr, wield Ing an mil uertce over alt the follow- ina ai ana UirouiUiut cunsien i'o u ! How do you account for ill There is otiiy rna wy ef accounting tor it DTVIm-ly Inspired? Except oi. tha cround of Iein2 a divine Uooa hw d ) yu aacouut for the fact lhat miiwiihstaudiiu all the tiiilimbere) batterie of earth and bell have beei a ,a,I st tins' liook ctntufv- auei u i -t at esrthquartc fcentnrv. -mvy ' r.v"cra tviHlve,u;e4lr.i.v tt cf.ft big aa tho stria! and Of lrtt aai, . UU, HOW IU. o'J book sticks togeth -r I I nssno , ' I eeologists have been pti!lint sav at iLe lWit Of Gnesis.' Yel the Il wk of Gcttsvcla is taere I t'n sanctiftal af-Uooomer Uave boer nulhna away at tbe Ibok of Joshu Ucsusi? il seem to iuterlere will tbetr theories ; hut Josil !S, 1 k tl'.e TtATCS OF af V E It T f f.l 0---C -Tia-e.'.a ir.rs ; tl r -r ery - .' lentn.aerii si tine aqiart ul eoa'a'B bv!rd w- r ol tri , II ii an. fo,;Me c !;-oi S'tr,-.-. -rriei,-, a ill 11 erarjfd Vb pes' eem. etira. As a v.-r'.,rn ,i.tatii a; '-rar aa rca l f-u u r in ,) k 'av eahiHia ar il laci.artt J nhti' te,',! rales. Olotiiary n- liica aud fr;m:! ai f re.;SJ t aaeeasl.aa- sax atiuaxa la i.ulL ai.l t po',i.sl,4 wiUioutci-ari a. A1lrs Ei eooiyiuuicatiuaa W tl.tii oia o fi . union over Ajeloa, (UbdasliiL L'o stiniifled anaiomisisand j hjsologists have been trying to p'.'.l at the Iroe'i of Jonah aud t t harpoon thatwliale, but tbe book of Jonah still stands t..e lrest illustration to all ages tha'. wiiei God tells a man to go to Nin evrli be csonkif get to Tamilian, tbutigb to atop Lira God should have lo upset the Mediterranean sea with a cyclone. Thousand, of uo aucuSed bands bve been trying to pull out the miracle from tbe new testament, but which have they tak en ? Which wlae Jar of the wedding nCana! What piece of tbe tern 1'l of the shipping on Genneeearet ? What fragment of ,'lbe pall Cf tbe voting man' funeral In Nain ? What eliciof the miraculous bread making; in tie desert? What withered leaf of the blaaip J f g tree ? Wist inall p'e, e 'if tbe shroud of the runrree U"l I.s.isrtis? The f ble stands com p'eirf 'i'uiyJuye not atier4de.Hii BiituK an) tlimg J be l, ' chap-ers. driven in, coi.cbedV..1 Mb., S.;s hy ht bamrnprl 0Vtj nil'- fbe fmarrinnrv lpr nr a A the ibe eter- 11 millcS ' ,1i almnn !. ... V"? open oie ; na. ' T,u il.'UUM 1 ST DAV with Us flren vii rf ,na i . p' tua vue y,ult ut b burned uo " , ' t.'ic biblo. When. I' ' .. that laat Kll.U If thatfl'e k: will not he as : ladled on loose paper ,i,ri,ng ,,lly. T,,t ,Mt Ure will .., ,,o , , Boi(,lr lH)lmJ bock, and or,- IS ,le ,vill iUrf at Genesis an 1 1 urn ,ws,,,s Revela. tions, anr't..eo'.be.a;,ni() al .xm at Kevelauon. am burl, Genesi., and in all tl rci,tlr9e ,10,a two flamea will ., -. I we fcnnJ ono cJispter or o, v,H. ol,t ,,f 1)Uc Thai will be th- 1v h-n we can ' Whatuso j; ) whose 4 ,. ? afford to let tbe bil for Genesis when mating it doscrib s i. No use of the pre j-br-e ed. No use. of tie Ev L Pauline description el shall b with Him. 'No 1 1 d M.. e id John' revelation, ftr e V oar foot on tbe glassy act, On th ringing barp, oar , chapled with eternal eoror amid ibe amethystine u i t gated splendors of oil' S h- Ibe emerald da.zling itaf3'rf ail St i a e 4 the beryl, the beryl dn, '.I in. against the sapphire Hit- 0 j. : throwing its light on jacinth burling its tlalie a chryopbras.ii amid 1 fia'l 10,000 aunsets, we shnl b if we never eurrcuoj i r I And vet I do not kaoV b nTl, ' ip Of lU. f shall have tbo lible nrJimven. would not bo out Ol P-'0' i i i. ,ni'. ...ike top 1. 'i ill us uoua ui iiiu , tho book of iudsjmcn'arncrnettU i It is tit to lie there lf' , methink when Nta gotb; i, deadcMlren It w0, v lor ua to slu tbem JarheM ' ?..r irn eomfiii" I pM. liiiTTuCiit. ' . " 1 ..a. in th nai-K talk over th trials of our pant h, I think it will be very pleasant for list tJ show the dinptera which ph.!ld when tbe da) of trial came. Then I should like hear David, wit'i hi own voice, retl, "THE LORD'S MI BHECHEHD. . I should likeo hear Paul wi h bis own voice read 'Tbank be t God that giveth ua e victory." Tben I should like to car St. John, with bis own voice, red of the crystal . river emptyiug ink tho crystal sea. Yes, I should liktto hear th arch angel play Paul's garni march of the resurrection, with e same trumpet with which he woiithe dead. Oh, , blessed bible, good (tough for earth and good enough foiaeaveu. Book of light; book d cjmfort, book of God : dear eld rook ' -r"tterd wilh the blood of iua.-'y died de fending it; etenr-t with the tears of our christUn -lier nd mothers.. who were co'orted by it premises wben I bavi'-o more grief to sol ace wlen have no more sins to bo pardoned ten 1 uav no more bol e of heav' W kindled, thai will bo , the da,ad 'hat tbe hour, and that tbo mic'te. -on 1 wUl BiTe "P tu', biblo. :'e bible to each , V,0 yr,c.',,tldre;n on their next bl HavV biblT on the sta" ' gU,g,oom.NHave a suppose? (, your own V. sprinkle d .' will come ubt you are quite, W tUU Oe Sa,. ...vMbXttb I . rid corfh thcr ud all the clcw i' i e ' - s ihI tVe fa'nily bible a . i ' 'hen ,rom tbe llrl ' X I ."ow ,wJn?, r a A UO, 'W .lili.K '.'.'. . o Said a wealthy Hi.,- j, dying, who had given all hi a." '7 to me Bra roiea, to the Brahml .' priests, ia 6rt dor te have hi n pardoned. Wherofwrlllgo afar I die I said the Brahmin priest, "you I a holy aniuisl." "After in aid th dying man, "wbera vol I go?" and lbs 'Irahmm prtc-'-.t vd ; s-You will Un go into t ' Where then alter lusts' u I go f , j aid the dybU Hold -..i. l. ell, af ter that you will g ittto '-Vy Then tb-idyiug ii.,n Miii - ffoyi- ,.,-iia am cried out: "tola wr.erj 1 i ;rieu m.v . - - i a j st or all?' Potbev,!u-. t. V 1 Itupelidous aucstion th this inorn;f,' llie oues- 1 X ivinf llitt'"-1 tho que. j shall I f,o last of tion of lhat slur hil,b' lomri lion of the dyinj! Hi'"j the ques- lioa;ot every man an ' womaiuiit this u atifust assembly : ."nerc sha'1 1 JTm t list of all?" .. Tbere wa a ( 'ihering atWielttler ifl J Kansas, Nov. , r H parties it este-l In Pay )k.homa ooi. jl It fvJ) It wriaig l U'atcolooT mo) a bedy fiotciwe KkB"s. Tesat, Arkansas 1' on tbo b,ll or D ler, the de conres ro?:. IJ.ts. have d's'-nT- IciterXid.w r.,,;;,.. that tb Jrtuy bn caiod fr '.crfen WltllV' ,ni Warranted; ' r- r ivcU-'Ti". Ti ibe j k 4 r I"