Cottrell Scrapbook, 1890-1893

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Title:
Cottrell Scrapbook, 1890-1893
Series Title:
Joseph Benson Cottrell Diaries
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Creator:
Cottrell, Reverend Joseph Benson (1829-1895)
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Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Methodism
Pensacola (Fla.)--History--19th Century
Genre:
Diaries
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola

Notes

Abstract:
Cottrell, Joseph Benson (1829-1895) was minister at First Methodist Church, Pensacola, in 1854 and 1855, the start of a long career as a noted Methodist preacher and writer. He was born in South Carolina and educated at the Citadel, Charleston. After teaching in Alabama, he entered the ministry. Following the death of his first wife, he married a widow, Caroline Duncan. The couple's children included Joseph's son by his first marriage, Caroline's son, and their children beginning with Joseph Benson, Jr., born October 14, 1854. Following two years in Pensacola, Cottrell went on to head churches in Bowling Green and Franklin, Kentucky, among other positions.
General Note:
Many of the letters in this collection are from Joseph B. Cottrell to his son Charles, a noted photographer of Pensacola. Others are letters from family in Florida writing back to Joseph. The scrapbooks are primarily printed clippings of Cottrell's published sermons, writings, and appearances. His diary covers his two years in Pensacola, with later sporadic entries for years all the way up to 1892.

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University of Florida
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24 -the b et a ppategatty7 dutital.eat.3
aes That elder broth'I! Who is it that
oweth not the rmeashre that joint
plieth? "Wokiti where Are-those, I
i eAccusers ath no man condmned thee?" {o man, Lord!"
eter dAo I candemn thee7 Ioa d,
et n operations,
SW1 n o m ore" -It Is forgiveness of, siprtos
and athtialone qualitestor effective rpents. e druggist an arx tlit~:l
oIf an- oe and retbrmatioi. Does this seem e that he
o invert -the order? Do repentance may anI-d reformation atedate forgiveness?
W1 r is there coincidence? Grace, like tions, and
wol ste, is n a foun -cause and effect of laying
ternatin. A -tee produces acqur, p~g. r p es an scorn



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Hi hatched. In 16gcal arguientation OD differ from heie is what is termd "theic re 8 e eviclous



,iele;" b iut the range f phIi9phi, A evolutional aacertainment of'.
thatl Whih is above tfiereah- ot the 0Q
liscursive,, logical understanding*
oe of rind, seemingly idenic addition
Igh reasoning i circle is ligititae. Wisdom comes of generaliza- ow inihe
ma tonof what are self-evident state-, ds), mst e net; and this generalization is by no st
~til forthptit of the reason. It
e, ofievitatle apulse of thind, very small
gous c Of c liion alysis.
'4he realdi of the material. Growth
o ilnd is by process of successive neralizations, as knowVledge of facts
idens. Paul expressed An idea kin. red to his when he spoke of "going
contaltrom faih to filth." Not to discuss ered 1k an d; ahis s-omewhat metaphysical point to dige tdd so as prolixity, a statt eent merely, o one infant s
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we fQy
vetec MForigive us our, sing s we forgive
those n ho st u." Soit Iseems

Telv y forgiving.n
Onthe forenoopreceding theSu
Gijr' eviening,- IU1 o t
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ment SO before tha Episcopal niversi y.,, 252i -'Ji ersit here were ten Bishops 8 5
and several othe of 1 clergy of that
church, and a vast assemblage of peo. R Dozen. Cope. Te pArapteralla isnd perform- ..$ 15 Anos seed theatrical; nd I culd. 0 Cozat bat say In tmy heart a they, pgo. 5 1 J seeded, 'Thank God for Methodism,.! 2 0 CO I. Hoain's discourpa wa about ain 1 50
yrage of that we read a'd he e- .. 1 75 garding the unnecessary, antagpnisans 2. 5 1 50 of scene and relgiont, in a style quite .. 5 4 00
areeae i pessive, 25 1 75 C GO Tuesday night following Dr. ee, 11of At lata, whose 1ace hall J$l the n nday bfore, mt s appoiient m 4e lecture re the 1 pttIt )
C. .e.geen 15'- 1 20he i
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i7dpam4oatdn. as quick~en4
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8 nomenclature is highly or b.
course of eason consu- 25
O d sequential, and his ide all . 50
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&H do knbW hat I hgre er listeed b.
4o an dress excelling it in rhetorical .0
excellence and jdicious criticism. 60
Were the Doctor endowed with oratpr- 0 3 00, oal or pawri pssu with blsgif tsof b. 50 intellect and graces of speech, he an 1 9 o would rank among the first who oc- .25 1 20
cupy the platform.. 1 75 C At Sewanee, on Wednesday, Mr. an2I2 c Watterson, editor of the Lwuiaville.. 50 3 50
urier-urnal de ver d the com-.. 2
mepcement addresbefoet0 50 3
Cates of the university. The audience .. 1 00
was a large and oneandwell.. 25
did the- speaker meet hrequirem 2 1 20 C of the hour. Apparently about forty- .. 1 8 five years Of ,age, wellpro'portioned; .. 25 0 Sperfcty t l and aef l in his. 3 280
be g with acoutenhace whose exPression it bleding of inteigne, J
amab lty andf mitf unsb a i
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+ cethe niture and streng
is 6wn Intellecual manho ae 26 derived. 're is a asig
4 % e-what approximates onversational abadon-with which he gathers in upon the springs of the theme of discourse; and throughout the entire discussion there is vibration and proSo lo easion-moverAent onWar in cum rstc ens ive enthusiasm until there, is com ts known. artic etion of the lesson essayed to be pro- the v
T ded, With symmetrizing perora- a re best ln, after the order of a oap-heaf or pugh a
herown, to What has been reared T v
Gleamings of wit and irthtee n
wise detrative from the dig nity and earnestness of his plea on bealf of l est gonservation of personal charm
,r, were (lto any weariness o e s -er.
tlty that uely didactic delverance
might,haive engendered. Whilt there n, and toHay may ot be claimed for him the spe. ing Stock
a f (tt which diffetrentiates the er- speak o t to nItely and distinctively, from the numbers who norate, aeceptably
Spastructiv to audiences, '4o,
loosely do the modulations ad intonaons of his voice and th# distinctness,
of his or thoepy approach the genuine Contracted / rin~ him a ack, Pain Has orat'orica lime, one heaingi 'i esai n kept o nstantly in expectation ins, Co s,
B will break forth in strin transporting,
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i being. The disappointment arising Up
rom failpre to fulfill such longing and,
oxpecaonislosit not quite, ls, Asthra, ompensated for by cOnsciou ofi Weakness
p igora ion and enrichment of mind etc.
perf re of utterance, inmistaIab
ere ompating most peasil
1trid, poetle, cri ical and aphoristicj1u0
measures of discourse so symmetrically proportioned as to be a unit of S, is guarano pressure upon the mind o the audi cling to the
dir nce.
The pia of the: gentleman was on
beh ly redeeming, UP- IETOR
buildings niot e that really humanIzes)
divial character, so as to secue
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pasin ie9 17tive defined, a
More authorit aye and prevaling fr 8 27
the dark background shading o
didness-a sordidness which leads Reta. Dozen. C Simulation of virtues that are only .51 00 $6 50 C oid, genulaely and productiively, 1 251 2 00
12 00piJ; I~
heaven-attesting consecratilon to 1 50 12 00
hman weal. Greed for accumulation 8 00 Bmbiio .' 3.75
Cof. money,: lust for renown, ambition..5 37
3 75
for ofefal, author ty-these, and the .. 1 7 75 like of them, were discovered as des- 8 7 75 C picable in comparison of that enno 8 00 C bling principle lrieflly expressed in the 8 0 C prept, IA' ye would have others do 25 1 85 C o y, do y even so unto them." .25 1 75 C M. Wfettersen's very proiDounced 1 75
-C ondeiition of the matekialistie 1 75 C mamoiai- iefing genius, so 'revaleni 0 3 50 C iow in domiination of til world o 25 1 80
nilid, was borroborative of what, In 50 3 80
the perora hoi of D. Lee's address, he 2 1 O0
C: 1ad em i aized most feicitously and 0 1 60 C eetvy, namely: tha it i In pr. 00 8 00 C ductie si den--ot chardct com.- 50 3 75 C 1pein admiratio aid 4 to. 50
iobl en deavor after attainme in ex- 1 00 Iellencei -tiat a $te or nation is real- 25 ly eniched, rather than in develop 4 1 00
imen o physical forces by which, 2
m Id liatertil prestige and power x 60 are Secured. Dr. Lee's illustration ofA. 15
C this in tangential touches of histoile, 0 0
national example, gave in, c crete .. 1 00 8 20 form what had abstractly seemed dem., .50 4'00 onstrative, thus adding a genial, per- 1 00 8 00 C sonal touch to his discussion that was 50 3 5 most refreing. One Amply versedin illustrative historic incidents j qualifled to lubricate the jolts of an orition or essay by linking them in with philosophic speculation and logical endeavor, on behalf of the e causee he pleads. n anudience is ever conciliated ad made studious ignuo sly of what is ropounded when the speaker is peronaiy lost sight of through
ianife9 fact that he is eaten up wl the zealof tht he urges,and thatiti
?not himself, but I aue tati oracil.Aser 6loo--sel man assertionid
trt^marlik diticto etwe




r eftM hol- retenton d ~ it&
28 m ei en it gives no taste of<
the u
Sbing, the nath, Bro.
It e iphi Goference, was substituted for Dr. Vincent, who
Sailed to meet his appointment before
the Monteagle Institute. His theme was
1kith. He was praclel and forcefl 1121 1 urgIg the essentil ondiCon of actable service and. worip. At 'II
he seemed to advance contra' r, 1. I.
I tatements. He said one might al n MWuw





lack everything o1e except faith, -and

ar; t faith ouIld not be had houn ir wledge. Knowledge may
ad ,it lit but, t f itALTIES
thput kfoWledge. The infelicity o
e 4pacussion of the subject of faitkt,
er heard ciame of not defnlig'l
G O dtples. When one- is -failthfUl7- Pat
w he exercises faith-he does
wh e kows to be. ight; 6omphie t e
WI wat he, is certain Obliges him.
Ealth is, microcoam y, ali that cha L r
acter can unfold of gradg and excellJence. There was poweb Bro. Rai sey's sermon; some pasIgei most ineplrative of desire audurpose to fll consecration in, service of Godan
the brotherhood. It was a pleas to el
mtoreRamsey, and also Bro. Stand
_,meet, ,B In ~ i ~ B I









A er, who wAs in the audience. Tbese
i their Mississiippans have been o" us:
casion 'of reiniscent med'itations-; for
*- itas fi miles north of 1oly Sring, s a hie
Jt,41. 1- .1 .c ~~ ~











several years of my boyhood wr passed. Vegetation 'round about here rinds me uch of that surrounding old eSyl etia, through which I buntui ed wit q1d Wach, -in pany with ve
my brthr Ben's sons, someti0es alone., The :shadows those ol
scenes augment their weight u0;rt
soul as the evening of ap
abd help the to wpas I a am,3I
through or sit $1te itn this, big a 4no hand
eem t9 trik
It'li' S nrj s0 "'W'It"




=na An creature
e a charm; there is
Which they are robbed Ir W
JOSE COTT9 -Retail. Dozn.
1ntqle, Tein, Ak 1 1 25 $2 00 4 Since mal ng tny lette -69. 25 1 20
esondenet, I've had a taI 50it 3
aey, telling him of my criti 25 1 85
o the point 1 his sermon, tou 1 0 8 00
iH He t el0 isa 0 8 00
d him; that he said all else exce ox
thatthat comes of faith might e .2-55 5 3 75 by one and he be out of accept .80
God. So you will pIe .25 1 8
Inote :as a postscript to n 5 3
that the cordtion may be ma 25
6~~ ~; ~


J 8.
YJ. B.' O50 60


A respit for few dayS frOM
pastoral and pulpit work, (labor)
at FranklnKVy.,, heing .deetetld.12
avisdble, Montgagle Tenn-- .Oat -4e0
garded surest refuge o temptati 0inttot
or lecture. Thursd
ly ust week ago fr'a
-wan- -4 -00i : ;sirr






S f61 the firt ti",, n
dee rund- this moun
a nd '7 .5% ,YL 7--, -L-pi2 :







Fr t and from that, n 5 fr how wonderfu 8
view of t tanr_,ange-how
r g lifting the prop 30
ys hap Contrast'_ 1
r l of mountaiii idel 8 o
are there citize, whoseho
feek the h m, of theland sape, 4 co
ito those whoha~ve gatheredeto this
oint, and- t .wanee-sixm 25 0
awyfrmh ciis;of the.,, South.c 75 4 75,,
7'I one stalaidiing:, in mand f 1
view of mountain range and- val1 006 9 00
le, ,, f o 2& 2:00 OTIXM res,1- Ali








_ud ote utfrppeomena .25 15
of ~ M naie heegg"th e- 00 8 0
v ad who
DI~










thought, Ihe6 is acust, e ge~-9 2518
theg ad

Sies Itself




e ates
rs 11 whose eyes 3o it, ikrThe is a t whi our consciousf e ees protean, and what
a semblage the individual becomes s phenomena of the circ g earth and sky become tern;
182 h mituumon with such a2 have
out and uttered inrespect only wisdom, far above the range of
Iaulhtion and of policy. havy Come that they might have. life, and that they might have inmre To OURF abundantly." Not that they might



not tha they ight r it has become thv power, and have it more irr~e- As the e int o




formg isiby; not that they might have weohy
e laure, and have it more deli- ed
out det catey; not that they might have idirably the nutf gi, and have it more enor- re advertise only s pt.Bots.,
ht is light that radiates; $2 75
Eh blod thathrculates; 2 75
IE If atgerates! 275





mtan seeming hle is onb! eso e to have, as merso ex- 3





S est "much of his time alone
friend,"' is qualification fr






veness, both of speech an 4 o al Out' upon one of he the







ade, of rock, jutting into te Meical grofess anger, we may poise and sl1a not h tiand it is then that resu rs~ h ue O power eep over us, and d for those









mneniti circle of our being has concus- Ia ot sell
rea n from tangential tochs Of ns Pints.
IuNa such aslhave stood for facts; bra- $2 75
'tion of soul causes objective ture
MALTIN to appear rhythmic and lharmoni- 2 75
oils. David declare ih t, The MALTINE hdis skipt Tlke lambs, ad the 2lit
IVALI ,,27












cludle hill like rams." "'. c lit At Into deep at the no'i of a r tInNE pouit" and subje tvem dme sor












isc dtobetoo und each
Ro'd I&"I od 2 7

A IN is f ihat eneate
ALTI N E ~P ~i~k~
3 5
MIALT NE 6A!,4~ne t hae, s Eeron x- 5
ALTINE kk' ~
Y 3 50~s~-z
,;,-MATONap trauh o hi ti e lon
3 50~~
MALE 'rind s ualfiatin or 5
-4 50
ivenes, boh* ofspeec -an
U kP, tl .Mpor


, ;i a veltig. nto. the e'dca

ro s. anger we my poie andVe shll no

e i ~f ~
an dfo tos
o Towrs qep ovrius
use Ui no sel
ment ei'bas'oncu- i of'our~
y~pt:e. cire e ng







c enctment of k Iening Reta Dozen.
rpe'ven. so is itt t esel. $50 $3 60
oiit min a istr ies, a these r box 2 00

sing hri preserting.... 100 6 00
4el nd est cked1..... 25 1 75 haows of rfor uous...... 50 3 5 ig upfrom4 the lenses 100 7 50
o w icreasigly in...... 25 1 80an ethem cumulaively in per lb 25 auoi ive persuasiveness to- 5-lb.
wadriber vetures of deed andper lb.2 utr Emerso Btshnell!, 5-1 Cal Ruskin ,These andper lb. 25 t e themsev in unity..... 35 2 40 f eda tn ithusoasat once o ig n afd to cheapen all..-40 1 00 8 25 menurable phenomena. t is onlydy. . 10Y 70
Srn and phases of the natural ..... 25 1 75
ec themselves withth per-1-29 1 0 7 50
bnaa beco e s if shadow .. 50 3 7 thougV adumbr active sugestiv .... 0 o 8 es, t have power. Ad .... 25 50 isjus i easure of our real life .... 1 00 850 that rt ,and firmament and sky .... 1 00 8 0 are duchntment because of sym- ... 50 4 oo bolic i ; that they, with count- hites 35 6 00 les atins, throi h trying Iron 5 6 0
ms ration one






benedion f life, opera t frater- les. o 1 nizao ofounr soulwit thosewho-----.... 2






have 9e and are conserate to ules. 75 3 00 the true, the beauiful and the .- 50 2 50 goo."01s.75 5 00o
According to a law analogous to ... #I00 7 00 that Vve sought to defie touch- 4, 5 1 30 ing the inevitble consatnof ... 25 2 00 the pheano m al wit te pes 00 8 o i highest oods of eitaoi, t.. 2 2 00








there is also a local territorial sg- .... 25 1 75 getiveness of persons because ofj .... 10 75 ther having had tem as the the-Pap. 1 50 1 2 o0 atreo their aciif. Never so ,-. -... 1 50 12 0









vivid ldthe feaure and e- .... 50 3 0 p.re of ~then cus re of Dr-. . 50, 40 Ji E i~pri prettin upon m1 i initio asther thetra ben~dicti'on"Of life, opeiaii 35



SON, ; h~l
law' analogous to, .... 1 0 Adc~orin'g t a 7 g
Itha&Tve so' A 1 5 'J"'
ugt.'t dfne1 0 uc,
ing the ne'v' e ons'oiatbn o ...25 2 00



I'a re-f ever o, 1 5


ri:t e co D., 10R19 1 1::::1:azi op a s ~a.
7,D





32
ac 0 'd,
JA ox ealis him. Our apprehen- 0
sion .of characters, andth'e meai
of their influence over us, are from no volitional election. Like water, chs cter finds its level at le gh
and people beime incorporate
with us by a law of natural selection. In his life-time, the doctor and I were almost invariably at
perpendicular odds on question ly0G gleisia economy afid pol""l ince n wrote of him that he".
e prince of old fogies, capta"o
the hosts who side with th' rupbee 'per rather than with bridle-reins,
swearing that the world Was gokig backwards instead of advancing."
Some heavy tilts we had on questns vital to the interests of our gion, but throughout all the was au ait agreement of brothe liness
,,like unto an underground electric Oil
wire uniting our hearts. Since I came to this boarding-hoase, it haE been a most enjyable privilege to1 ead thebi6graphy of him, Bishp Fitz gra1 &has so graphics nd
cntainj felicitously turned off from his prw aof
lific pen. The steel plate ikenes of the old hero bespeaks all the picturesque incidents making up te history of his checkered life, as it also justifies the criticisms of
AL his character and course by his E.
biographer.
Apropos of this law osciation
and suggestion, almost invariably
a when there comes before me ag
grotesque character, or there is' ought in the manner of a person, or in his eech that is ludicrous, the twil Bishop Fitzgerold's
8 D eye in rcognnfitflits' ore K.
m 6e. ib e tly ahd apologeticaly: criticc al, n h varying!
exrssia$10f his coutncea
fUll -,bett.in';it as is :,disquisitihsoe or tas-A6one





on of1,---88. 3 wo pp -t not infre'quet. t so g accom- Retail. Dozei. plishe whe one has so incorpor- .$ 25 $2 00 ate imiseIf with another as thus".. 25 1.75
seem to see and to deter75 5 00 f him: as discoveries of pers 1 00 3 00 character are given through quepp. ...1. I 7 50 on or answer, or by declaration in. 1f 8 40 word or act. ..... I 6 7
failure of Dr. J. W. Lee, of 25 1 8 ftlarit a to reach Monteagle, by 25 1 80 Sundaywthe 2nd of August, was oo- ream 8 00 casion Qqr the authorities of the 0 4 00
"a ee intseica 1 00 8 00 yo correspondent. In the evenin eore a large assembly, dis quisition on the parable of the "Prodigal So was mostly in criticism of that typical legalist who said to the Father: "Lo,! thesh many years I have servd thee! It is of the ,nature of le alism to engender to bondage, and t cel from the soul what in genu'i brothelines attests proper apprehenion of sonship. The elder brother discovered, in accusation of his father Ahat he was under .eelfenslavement as ma h a s in his reolt? reception of the returning brother.rerin
D Lee was on time fTor the lecture ap pointed for him on Tuesday night. His delineation of'the character-of Henry Grady, through recital of the salient events of th life of that rare humanity pan genius, and by criticism of t same, Was most excellent. His style of phraseology is ornate, and the order of- his thinking elevate e and' searcihing. he abstractive and genralizing passages of his isc e were once poetic and ic. Keidoscopic is a
ya dPie
ter'nationof imageryT and dida

ri1cal11111 ad clasio anudrs a tf






P O 1161oloili d ay, at the~
at Sane, it was m forte to
the address before the gradates,' of Hon. Henry Watterso
OORE' editor of the Lo:eville Courier- eeure
Journal. Of is -discourse I canane ment ao write as approhingly, of 'that of 'hi
~nd ma aDr. Lee'. 1r. Watt n presents ti reaches the 11 il Xeresiodi Of 1 nd t hings reacheingu by gen l personth ap- nee teqi hem pearance of one i al and ta nce positively th enevolent. Ro an siney t n geston, eliae r4e, wie cdureead y, tu fooing st in casic ,'the over mo
met of oftb' oui




~there can no the first, engagement of e afey fh ues Thtneof his audinco b e )th pre n presence of the man. cI ey mon, sationa1 tone anid with utrat
it it as onie fin iliar wit h all o te gs-the dpths and anc tee 0ws-of the themxe he broaches, i e u hveealtn uts the hearer at perfect ease, and ooa el l roughout the discussion, however ot. rse bsin aa profound, wards off weariness by inion wite as on tuches imimitable of wit and hu'D o mor, which in nowise weiken into hntam
pclen iolity, or detract frmthe force 1e
cum lative thu ght on itS e good,
Q climnax of completion. Suc
ei5o illustrative and elucida ~ hio.
tiv gives, sch felicitous
nc a at a tangentt over


aandheroso ic, were e a ion
non? r of t)4Wtr ediki givlig itannn
aggal wson bealf ofa lifegovnner erig -chairacter forming motive
aetm aboe ambition for. accumulating er had.
thusom money or securing renown. TMh S
do eene now of the spirit o
a thu t ond'warfing Ithe manoo mend of n t tgio, was announced, and dge
Pil is t te, stifing effect pord.W t form ti r
reie in ese erm h
Jo:) prevepti-dein tae ansibiuf rIh





termini 8 3
an retieso ieanc -charae-._ -------:.
t.a etil'
S inppndeJy f ,atrona et Dozen.
a fr ohers. 4, -62$ 25
peroratio af symmetrizi 1 0 peroratfoi Z*'0.9 8-- -4U
the admirably ev Ived discoursi 2 _50 therewith, announcement of the .... 80 true philosophy of lifE being com 2
prehended in the mott6: "As we y.1 would that ot ers should do unto 2-64 04
us, so 'shouIl v e do unto them. 1 001a oo
The discourab was greeted by the .... 10
ten bishops nd other clergymen, .. 25 2 0 as also by the large a1 0mbly0of .... 1 0 9 00 students ard visitors most heartily. 2-35 15 80
I Ihud have mentioned before ... So 400
1,sh u i n e,




thaton 'the Sunday forenoon pre- .25 1 50
ceding, I had heard the commenace.
meant sermon from Dr. Hoffmai; of ... 1 5 New York. It was mainly touch ... 2 1 70,
ing the unnatural and unnecessary .... 25
antagonism between science and .. 50 3 75 religion. The doctorr is ported 0. So 00
to be a milliaire, and there seem- o0
Ld to be in-his tone and bearing a 2. 2
consciousness- of this, and of -his ... 25 8 being of a ministry successional 15 1 oo
exclusive in prerogative,
ou it is proper to say that no
word escaped him pointing to such
clai n.i._.
The venerable General Kirby es,
m"tl, Professor of MWathematic lb.
Tnihe University, was a prom! i00
His head is silvered now... S

countenance bt togt2-65 25 1 60 andknowledge equal when WV 1
01ence. 75 5 8'
Several friends of days long past. ..50
from Alabama and Mississippi, I.
find summering it here, of whom I- 50 4
ld write specifically had I .note-57 1 00
ady made this sufficiently lg
JOP CoTTR ELL.
0 1 V,
8.: : ~ : : .71
;t;J J

aq3T






3U JO L*



188 sd 5--hetwo, ye phafg Vas iethodist preache~r'' a la,'t mne is,-I ot g-rrieV_,ut
1 d i bmt
bur



bu6i OW V recall me~n aUnd -woreneA 4
boys a girl nant, revials ,r
traes eaths, Wexcursion, poits
irenions etc (Ita l~,ti
fKnow .Nothhnrism.) the it


ey cae4o1ad ndfo u
)if qa o synopsize tein
esse






0 Uiim Cofeene att1 ls t ce

Sttin 16-isioaracntrbto VOo s d

2h o



u anz and itly her nne-yeitr



u~Across e. ray ad he
I zyrs eis t
IT n --;i th Biihe.- :. d k "o .U









last qure of ac e to prosearve feeting(ilk


y,,nd ab'n bigterin tot meIt
smell, an t use: I











crItn buonc -1w?106 O p b od edj i e e n d













"he rnts a aritto tLg E apoqi Liih AQ, T,6



rep are o nly -a s A0 a i d o4La
ItWa"bt a P-1, w C e' k'S' OAL ser ec Ovice) .,e

v' I':bYaa,

0 1, eMei-n
IP S1011 a i -r ache
year ervid~i.
C US 0' h ':
,,,p~rpose yql p
,: When use [ ac
410 tiv 061


Q I-W la do
We'~






8.T 37
B,: ellVile!. Ailthony f-i
i TMPsiding Eldq-r.* (Itol e oz
I~ Iv n executive, he was here
bre an nder as i f impelled
r p th
-s- ot 4p qu -& i'Ia~~~~l ~ ~
Ods ho AJ uaiyn evr mlovye- 5 40
Rt* t' 25175
-1ovAle a -blending of t oui* cotonhmniya hsevr 100 80
a4
Anptenomninally expressed' person 15 00,1
11". Iary th me or &f hwl1as1*

sa nd-h plan walk leading: to1Po130 door ami his bi boks wit a l.10 8 50 of aftectio-n l Aix amrtio drdt 50,, 4,50

Th prsecie f im sr e l to qus .100 800
e symme race, d
and oliditqdf'te expression o A 3 2 19
V-hwag I epate. Itre em liet
F ai ze ipraion through suc4A 7..
7 ressioi of1 malnes He was _eve
-a rdau camt r.Ctrl n 10 4 00,
-C ChaplainTo a sh a t o i', '7: 0
S- of' I 7~ ;~
9etails of is, mninisterlial ad sciL. 75 60

t domestic ms-cou y

ty' pny thm(1 tage, ao 4 0

less erAcudsu d n teea
ad s ^ene~voltan sy
al6 l, ,1', split ,-as- ever ilutatd: 2
naty / Ad wht ad itid 5~ 1, 50 115
ethd f F. Mrac 25 1 9
4 I~apr-einntdeg.ree WE 3W 0 75
e,4 Or of "Eccof loiok tem' 0 3' 5 0 putm: of uinuit." 50 4 00 w a s r y a r t m a d
'of, f .' 0 e ai io l 25 1 3

p,1ae te fllo in'8 00 n' o > is I' y. as' e5 1e80
T ~25 1 7530
MIR, D el6 50






'cameaj~i
xis p O,-,te "T flowl







t 1.,., s "ell~y25, 1 -







fs



alteuingst~~ years Alcuoltii
at Inemord Nt mena suotbpower



ly moveS ?yeits. Gnered
tendship ta o n ih ig


n"m ere -r teasdi s lidup tin
eAv~e." s -hs, an'sq '
Dr. n ith, Capt. Ca pel ros 11e a
niuxr ,, tis I kwoit, as pWitie tat,
tesevc of the Sabuay Be- ii
Eduse f I e'- uin wit,he Methodis

and othersfho ad beeinebL'e ofdg90terclugchs 'artie kInd d to 10e wi tte oapni that m




,,inister y iforly inh a- ben dappaenpty
vaouedtospeil need ese t
ede eCapt. Campbel andhist
o te pircopal church.A
ne~ prsne n ulbe-hd
easqu mo th-e-o Episea Ilerienta on; nd e u d.
t le, 1 Iedists r of svrl Itd att,
upit not sa in hi






a au pppieved onrcmn accoirdl,- rghelse J-0 sever in hst. bearn u e






apf -nbruie es as d it rhg eyt lii; butsho
ad 14eyeshou-ld chl~hudg to


easfrom am toithpeace-h n
-0r~

















ojeatyector. n d
teIble Prae1sbtra ut&str
grro, cae ino patoralip fto
terian at Pe."acot an-C
'S., au Snapoh 3en
'16"he h6.'r' bedb:-!EPc ;
ed~
e w a s. r -In''h s, b6ArI 1, ,as


110 u r s C 1C

kxiow -ri"0 Vbutvi~i
e )T~e ;S 10
V ~ g ~ H~~:1~~~ i
le da gh-of rewil t" an OXP res S 1,0n: 6f Aipile

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t :i~
4,16 t I
t~i i~"
4I
_-v P~es, --y-terian, U) 'IC~PBi i i,










o w thut redeeda eeT 0 80
1~"W1


dilcP l one. -iA lt6 -Th athe oJro Abkety wh@ 5 36
've ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 1$recmssPesdn le 8 00
IT th seodyero y hre.q'

h hsfed ho Mbe Fr t hi a ily-, 3 60
wa sind by the ihp. 10 80
mernra o h g reul.th e A, 0 0
Fitheir ecommeqdatint th Serear





,w1sof War,effro Davisand for 1w 0 80
nuio m As all wieoftetps- 200 1

copl cnyh, ueq reenionq* 1 00I 8,00
the" Esiscopal service. As he 0010
pelldit prseote he oure o itnd 008 00
Fl -self' I rg my commsson1








coutyAla 4 1 04 00
esting no du tafweli
~4















F\wftho patcptd The cing1 60
altar fr pryt fM.Ka 5 7
FCol q nraa prdue muc l0 15 25hpal
.tion Ther- e mffemdaoy I ,-he-_ Sof ti 15.

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om I onsc aly2 1 00
P-Pa -s2 1 50
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cl~er e-Dee -ession'APPI 7







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spela b ore~
11Cus 01 11*1 n IV 90 "~"ib"
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S 1 ousehol

Sedent upon 'her; and io eatl did Mrs. Cottrell comne" th grace, constancy, ig d oif 'the precious gi,


1 Sing Si a tie years epsg ice the
V asSoci4tin at Pensaola.
ibre after, perap.
JOSEPH ..Q EL, li, (y, I ul 2 3, .',91. J

Ad resses as Heard by Rev. J. B
Cottrell, D.D., at Monteagle.
From the Franklin, Ky., Favorite wet
take the following characteristic letter by Rey. J. B. Cottrell, D.D., Pastor of
on Church at Franklin, Ky.
S ce I wrote, it has been my pleasure
to lear three addresses one by Rev.
Lee, Methodist, of Atlanta, one by
Henry Watterson, and one by Hon. C.W. Feiskell.
The theme of Dr. Lee was Henry Grad, the editorial, humanitarian, oratorical genius. His portrayal of the young
eorgian was of a character to arouse
in tho sewho are not familiar with the h -character and career of Mr. Grady a desire to know of him fully. The style of D Lee s disquisition was ornate and clasic. In deed it, was exceptionally rici term y tropical, philosophic-it was admirable. In style of oratory the Dotr is ot equal to his exceptionall oty and searching power of rean and irn the exquisite grace oftropical expression, or he would be w uld be







equal to the best I've heard on the platform.
At Sewanee, on Wednesday, Mr. Watterson appeared before a large and brillan 'assemiblage-giving an address on
Bewar te. importance of a right motive in regu- ery Box.
lation of conduct and formation of character, that was as appropriate as it was
p iring and refreshing. The genial exsion f the gentleman at once concites this hearers; and the wit and
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ersped throughout his per
arace an vo ta reatment of so,
at ih'014 -_p reted weariness to..:.
1-ln i''(,veti to severe' and. -exhaustive-,.
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Oration ofargqmi c aim

Truth tht shines in its own light, radiat- go
ing its power for nurture of mind, through
simple a met is ar more effective in 7
authority persuasiveness than that 75 whi ght through process of dis- 1 00 curs lgical understanding. It my 0
-Q0
be e'p dient to kindle fires to r0
stum ight-to see the tree tops, buf
not to reveal the stars. Yet is there an 7 0 interplay of the discursive and the intui- 1 50 tive reason, of the logical and imagina- 0 3 30
tive, reason, in order -to the right proportioning of the symmetry of the discourse. 00 Mr. Watterson kept inaplay both factors 3 00 in normal, reciprocal relations, and ulti- 5 1 50 mately, in a delightfully simple yet 7 50 graceful peroration, announced the apho- 8 40
rism, that comprehends all the elements _4 of a righteous and redeeming life, name- 1 65
ly: "As we would have otheis do to us, 1 2
so should we do to them." The 'nly
sure way t worthiness and wealthiness
8 50






of character, and to felicity of experience is unselfish service to others, devotion to
the cause of humanity according tot 5 4 50 highest possibilities of its being. 1 0 3 50 throughout the discussion of the them 0 7 50
so wisely chosen by the gentleman, and
so charmingly delineated, a glow of pride 0 3 75
that e was from Kentucky and froM 1 25
the tripod. 1 90
The scenes around this mountain w 0 3
repay one given to admiration of tb-0
graid and beautiful. Out upon le 0 6-00
of rock where danger becomes moN
than a mere w rd, what a sweep for the 175
eye, psby a glance con guest of innumer as aings offAe 'andscape, and mul
tipli oms. of moun taitn range and wide 25 1 75 reaching valleys And clouds, pendent 00 8 00 ab oe the terrestrial picture, as if in 00 8 00
benWdietion soft and soothing, and in 25A 1 3
profhecy and promise of the necessary
25 -1 75 i










baptisms for forests and fields, orchards 025 1 7
and gardens, and for replenishing the 6-68 25 1 50 fountains of rivulets and rivers, born of 25 1 20
earth and the sky; even as it is of such
as have been born again V "First1
that which is natural; then that which .... 1 00 6 50 is spiritual; but the spiritual birth is .... 1 00 8 00
desiderated by naught reprehensible in Hythe natural birth, any more than. th
ahing of the bird from the egg, that is a
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f argues that the eg was 9
Sot .-rotten. Ph'enr 0ena o
nnt ai
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Tott 'ig4e~: ound 'the h'wt "
a revelation, whh 4
Discovery of" the invisible
s of d-even his eternal power
Godhead "-to such as hadot the
v oracles. It is the correlatish, or
the reciprocity, of the semi-cirles of phen omnal and verbal articulation the Wisdom of Heaven, that revelation f unity in the 'iAfinite variety discovers it-.
self. Wonderful is at once the cumula _t -n n e.F ~
tion of proof and the simplicity of I th" 4
method of ascertginment of the lesson f lif to him whose ear is open th sound of deep calling unto deep in proc
lamation of divine beneficence ;-to
who apprehends scripture and.nature as
semi yllables of the one word! Of co e I
either, or each, is potent just as it s t
in its relation to the personal..' -i intelligent personality in relation" f
causp to what is sublime and beautiful
wel as wat is utilitarian, ins th
cha m -is broken-the witchy ad mac -are dispelled. It is because f
th ential, inevitable r4ferencef all
and phenomena to mnd, hereof
expressinflhat, secondarily
'Iti'mate 'and i


tiate nd hi est, there gather
"Ius, in soeansi of in pira ton fron
nare's majesty and sublimty and RK.
beauty historic chaactels, whose p lsa
tiony of life vibrite our being all ike: r
Bushri~l! Calou dndrig nre ne eirpreenc is real and not
6n Burns Browning ;-these, and boxes to E FRiCAN
others, seem to bear up fro the nonc
i -i~es and to icke




le d to heighten and quicken "a
and make manifold more significant the tJa
objectsG f their gaze and of ours! We
feel ing multiplied by heir an
our life in some mystical manner, revisqd through our realization e
ht which their indi ality was
articulation. It i's thus one becomes obJ ~ n satisfacis
? e fo himself, and hais litude
Pe ngeate ''silence and satisfaction, alone,
withhis friends.
Sont Eagle, Tenn., Augut

SCure Rev. Dr. J. B. COTiELL passed through Nashvil e on th e 26th ult., on his way home to Kentky from Flo ida. He reports that he has had a pleasant time with his children and rieuds i"NY the land of flowers. While at Birmingham, Aa Dr'COTTRELL preached in the First Churo up th Age-Herald gives a glowing account of hIs seJ wn.





eeches d r t
c nial of Kentucky Methodism ce brAted not long simee at Bussel
ry vill, m tha htate, one was made Iy a 5 e r J. ottrell, of hich te 0 12
synopt1cal report, while appreiatng 50 4 00 the mIn points of the speech, was too 00 8 0
tlic- CV 0 as too Fu9 meager to do justiceto that ite 00 Full b ill nt lecturer and )reacher. Dr. 0 1800
Cottel stands in the frontfranks of the 0 8
orthodox ministry, thoulgh his title to 1 50 F ort4doxy 'ha been very often dis- 25 1 35
puteiL At any rate his is "the orthdox of the future," and of a future
saId becoming the pree
hat e e means this stir in th
hures, is overhauling of creeds and readjuistment, or effort at re-adj ust iei of what was considered final?Th ine of march, the trend of eens ,
is ill the direction forecast by suc men as Dr. Cottrell preached _b
t to the discounting of thi mii
try It is indeed through suchpreang d e ctuing$ and writing axs I
j and others f his adva'eayp ge ive
,4the vrld that the church continues to
be a vTali dxi vitaizing pow cr.
Tht write f lie prose t articles
tins the iost virtid impressioii of th first sexon he card from this divirte.
Eloquent, strikingly original, full of a
fine corn for those who "kept ho
for eIns e n the name of the
Lord," fll of tond citici ms i delivered in hat focible, incisi ma ner hih always arrests atteni
and carries the convction of sincerity
it was a reveliion of the powei of he pulpit. Here was a are intellect
i n the realm of religions speculation a
man who set aside formulas audio
at the facts of life; who saw* that If
4n religion were one, and not that
eligin was thn" apart from lie
gio ws a thiga fr I
ife in its entirety, not t a imd, netd life t d nt wd
e Vision. all I to met o et





cI con q -with Christian tea c6 c h onie that ye might have

ab rdantly. The tr uth shr ll make S e IL fre! This has been the keyevery note of all his preacng If to ac ad. ud
comIlish tis "freedom,: if to realize Sthis fu lln ss of life the old order will hav4 to pass wa, let it pass in God's
na ; no forms nor institutions areA 8 a d when the complete realization of D
s the life ot n aini at stake. And yet w
Dr. Cottell is the most loyal of Methodists. A th associaions and loves
and hopes of his lite hae their root in
and twine themselves round this orV gaiz tion, which e claries to be "a minovenient forward of the. world of indi;" and all culture and all r s
a0 ording to hi, ossible with
r borders. Let us hope so. We
v ithat brilliant and ii ch disc00 issd book, Robert Elsinere," a pic
tuire of the ii ew organization the cotrctive work of the modern faith in
the brotherhood of humanity, and how dreary it is! How utterly repellan!
The fact that men of the first order of td
;int llect lille Dr. Cottrell can still cling O (
to the sacredassociations of the -past,
and hid that the church can if- wise,
a just herself, to-the new and not do
violence to the old-this fact is very
grateful and reassuri to that ist ict which is the basis of all that is beautiEtrIact, S ful and poetic in human nature, that or2 Extract, M historic sense which links past, pres- 00- 65 00 Toilet cre ent andI future as-one great whole. 45 00 verce It has been a source of regret 00
disappointment to many of Dr. Co 12 00
is c S friends that he has -kept, as dt

S nimoplace ability ha phed t
the fore It is the penalty ho as had

o pced in a envhion meant
owpalifor b liso rang to ori ina






it also the e tattion has been0 20

lyindaepedentof eternal conderi
m .s nhim e the e e f I es- 5e Gi himof patience same ad the eeris

nat hatre, fecund i resources and grand- 50 3 75 Sly independent of eternal conditions, 1 2 1 0



ioasi be occasion for the develop- 25 1 75




as he has had the; herts appteia ~ 80
mio ent of patience and thep, of thein 50
G ent minority tond graciousness that eis a 25 2 00
ve preaching hs refreshing te Iturel 00 7 75




sear that has shown the devil to man 5
versatl poes- ore p 2erfl ta 5

Shiemin wly innoc flashes en ad, and te 1 e0
o occasion for the ispworld ayof enom has O been areq:ent in consequence, bu- 5 50













O a rofondly versed, in psychigy
vre .nhnn lod, not through
G -- 75 6 00


ay s he has had the hear ths appecia
tion and warm friendshipake, of the i 50


ligent haveminority f toull sin and get
dhave been ts ref reshin g as oases in
ari d ets. His lectures display his. 50 10 G versatle powers more perfectly than 50 75
oi s, for- here that humor


Got his criticism of the world of men and 25 1 50 Got women and books-the whole varied 25 1 50



Go-intellect' alone, buit through his 5



might have full swing and get a wider








its origil men. -y these and their 75 is, a Pot w
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488.

_0 18"'c oidl T ~ 9
featibn fo 6,-comj~muio 101withYOUr moDe reminiscesso two conf erShn)ma pssmulster, and, afford ai Toothache J titles t to' thoges6 wh a'are affected e Bottle, Cotto, owy rd the per~sone f ;the minis try with Stand to. rerret eb aiy. ht, sure cure. First T1he6 19stlle Annual Conference, ganfe r union. County, was signal
qmey hat byth igor and tact with' B0 oKeener p it trough thus-. Othe, pow er With, which- he6 1
h'i gat e;j~





nhyDspensation of.the -Spirit,
oelo -on. Sunday. The Court.
s whi chh rahed, and In Which n sons :,were '.held, was an amplS
i adi wa ro ed t its"utter- 1sTS
11 tys throuhout.
ddre6ss at several anniverat ot speakh( specifialy mere
thtteyie d of Moneya
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feaur tatreigl Teog toh n
,,i etenize i his iniid alt U os s ssn
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0 rs, Presien f tlae emale Cl lege woud hae me. lectdre bieforahis
a corn the preachers
n itzns that crow pe}. Such e accumltiol I e o atin stns'in our conf sessionoflt
ars, tawt is properly termeconh(Si harl praciablethtat is, we nt ofe any length, U these ana ase m l s;bu thr g o lterary
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f._lisndo so tha 't all ar pr oximately
y ehds chu chs.ele n so l o-beItr as puath&




a -vai t I, o hib, misry He alcond it'
T_;










ifuee o term "Cofepyence" z-6is i placaga escrptiv ur hsegis Let, 'W iR


g ldte epluto ": "e ain


N te ,ist af t-he ordro2 n
clov a dstorey eg shado~ .
J.: ZI~:I ou a f e&-no re






we no a t t God appea iiner of equ













ref on an of ar 1as ovefm hli) otfid,, hiw








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i I. 117
o r p--~ 106k th 4n" ~t j





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n p--re ioI
tal: n 6's h Ye :WbBrs
-For soac~i








Retail. Dozen.
ere is, nio n1e e $1 00 $ 50
Qo-our minhds With. -anrt 4 15 16


la aght i whol itshas 2 1 2
1 ra.$ tclgyi pU 00$ 50
l o ir. 15 1 60

i e Iooto N("a an 25 g17









w i e u i15 100 TH*_;W11 aarab faui 0 20 practreable to t Reue,.. 5 ,0












13.. 75 400 25 1 50
al Taye 50 12 500
dit on aset 5ar0c6 (








f 00 8 00

25 16 0
10 sex hyt aar g7 60









25 175
htur ingt by at gra 1 00 800 25 60










illm (g eni .25 4 5 sq ey e 150 12 '00

















Hoover's..Rt Killer.... Hop and Malt Bitters....1.0. 0 Hop Bitters ...........















Hop Compound (Petitt's).........4 00 6<50 Hop Little Pills........ Hop Ointment .... 1 8 Hop Ointment 50 4 00 Hop Qintment 1 00 8 00
0 r;" II al el _t

































Hop Ointment ( terix ........ 1 80 Hop O e (eetea . 1 0 iact''Ab tosectre' ,' Gh~jt1




75 0
'd -r o u t s oo a o a Iii fifi"C 75 .4 00
-trt j r bma 0

71h a M i~ tnd 7 5


--fo. ,--_ g:esC _P ta


i~8~iti~t~~%~4 :-r a yuti- i &
alV11MeA_ at 'I P',r re d, 0U r

'd j :-ht:~r6-: --hotI:V:- ciI i i .3 T If t; ~ ~ B
or roM H wanit(*~
stoc "i' "S 'k: ;l U
25 1 50;d
Jli __C. HSL h 6
cte tt -ir
30 1: 00 a 00









Tf,- w I ESa

PUEBLO PRINTER AR BIND R

OFPKENTU~kY.
A A


Is a ce 4D tade for thoroughly FRANKFORT, KY., PE5 2 Unlike Quinine a rittenibryllf OArrrAL. has a. toning erect s and Fever if
-VI .Y g






y Jsep B-Cottrel D. D.
discussion of the ube by.
S latO at Anktort o
pehal measuresfrhes asio
o a uggi n i p of
DB ~ ro~ Djxb I (s ec
~es-esp.





W h geOera su je of tn reteitio1., oiig o 'rig Li IS
quisite that theee apprhen e L
e of te' princilple unelying9
od i Larirdin legitimate gv







vior 1, W fe~ I~
that.g N. agflesK s Is

ti r ces t 'lc g onvernme ot.
Wha, ils heroes inevitably eretribu- CIE
tom diitration of legitimate *NT uhi, ay as.suchp
inflicted as'eych, is othing Mor,-dr
198 than government essayin to1
get- eve~n -by requiring Y neefo
a A a tooth far a. ooth.
In th voution othe doctrine of,
AWOgovernmet, thtprincilple or polICY" and is really the fin' li/asA, th eretically, been subs tituted LIVER COMtr'y its, reverse To! inadividuals thetsIer
and vil DJUOMOD18 if ilie en~lystrength and
h,,









vigor to hu1ger, feed him I ;if he thirst glVe nd shattered constiti hhim -drink," The principle of for- o any other cause, ', eaancei as thus enerated,: is gen ie Cordial as. airecte', eral an nlgssid togtt
ht~t










'be reg'araded ats regnant. Alta
P i oraind dicplinarily 4bdl,41 g
be Jn. con1sideratilou of tIe benefit of1

ii:9 wolwrong hs be:en piT Yjy ',
I ,7 a







:+h9V
IseI
4
a iipr o 1888. 59 t M:4ls under restraint, conservaive -of thei ra and etail. Dozen. protive of hieralwea is a .....$ 25 $1 75 mate of course. ]n adMinistration ..... 50 4 20
S ao there isthat Whi i 00 800 in, analogy- wh patea rnity. A. 2-104 40 3 60 pre ended 4s beievlent by those 75 670o
uer rrait, thris a tiulus I..... 100 7 50 d' spiration- indred to that .1-18 50 4 00 hich ridses from terMal gvern .1-33 11 0 00
TDt inte circe domestic; and- .1-45 1 00 8 00 thuswh is oimonly termed ..... 10 5 enakadministratioisrefrmatr. .....1 00 8 00 S"ace and time rbid elaborato6 .. 00 8 00 & the 9ubjet. Let a mere stat* 0-168 25 1 75
Sw is cardinal-wha .....50 3 75 perinal--what is aback of alI hvunan ..... 1 00 7 prerogatie and, authority sdver- 25 2 00

aernit a goverient, human 25 2 00 and .Divine, post aes etribution 25 2 00 only fubenevle c. The pincipe 25 2 0 Po geio atern t,'ugo erit under vied 2-4 1 n0 70

hodiications and p~henoenal ex 25 1 75
ressins of itself, appertains to all 25 1 60 oegtmate government. efr, 25 1 60
ery and all hat is i Teteld ior
heprose of degradihg~, humili- >r... 1 00 7 75 atgor tortuprini iolaiveofthe .100 775
St rio gov ent 2-44 1 00 7 75 moim Cwio has reveal H I100 7e75 as parai, adho has I ied.... 100 775

wh u p ot. It is, o1.... 60
cors, asd frmvhedisasio o4i. 75 5 00
polticl u d judcia raasres LO . 25 165,:




makitimte ritioro rer r....o5r 4c thetechggof hepupir ad e ..A 25 2 00





i s ye whnit is cn t.... 50 4 00 hat t ar .... 1 00 8 00 bepdso publ, deping-ta they ... 2 1 7 aree fatr0 coltrl1f o o.. 00 7 00 ord.inaotP wi th Leiltv an0cu
th cursib the im gene a nAu 5 0 35







f hi bd p i a t anet 00 7 5
w 4 s-'-ree'a Il SOH
1 00 7 75~:
a~tp~i 6rlaf_ -~n~d*hb hs-" Oai~e

hf t .... 50 6

wh I -It -is ''o





91 frl 5 0
r -il 'de, Vi d
61ftc~t-ud jd~ical-,,,,neas res .o---- 25 1 6

these are,'.: f o ri 00 8 00~
-U IAO OP-1 0 10

lft t ra 1h
ge" 35 50 -50 o ''Y ( fthgbtliit 75 0
I O IC rtfe h -jxr
.: :' ia c re 8 00 72 -00,' 9 ii-$'Ti
t 40'pgea u 50 3 7 I UQXd I n, t-b eY
Ie Wzh'ch ; pO),.,
_h _rI
~ln ~it





fns i r t t
fillom"C aIII 1888.

KogroatUS~b -$ brale A tt pr stteve, xxd11Sngit 0 an agg C0sio Buzt-kirevelJ.ation meanswasy God s lo've wor d ta ele,
t 13jj Y
So tvicar re'
a nd tas5 e -theologie
hdiGoug ot soD agr-y With
n6t o hdso e HeL had t
have -ood d t it tadi

nnthe.damuati i ns on

tltepresent. ik eb
SAwe Awo ily unacquainted,

ahii t t ofny inf avor of bh u t specially in chilt which thee ought wonders in
ino t s Obty n have occas ioned ffghlf hn nmy higr1e Slied."
4hi "The;tt ha omre
toe t'Ake heiene6 hnha0h
rience and testiir tio that o Js in, rs C of, re a deeply interne b a fllen at t ear witness to its
as Well aof him, who h igh in their proeple ha voi t -and would scorn
stnous and dangerfuw lpp i g and talent in Sid t hi i sn e t worthy of coniracle that will
t ut 0 get go me
th:e )'G Vt ,Nwort

l ~ ae
apd oy of t1br
arbri S.tt ha made
a eest for coin at th as lyisinsottonoftisn poblem
---nac rai A t ofe th iep in.

Ciple w-heeqmost conservative, protective and redeeng energes Wit




'TES"
are to- be put' apIAy. Ifthatl principle. is not 'benevolece then
hve e o: pole-stario, steer, by? ,Of wo, course, ID h applic,,ationD of thbis.
prinipl, tere, are the sleverities a e ok w hereof the 6, h.eatin' fcaso
fie A' on humnhead-s is tropical
IV URADE~"~s~-i~l
illdlbrdive.Benevolenepta onl- RDE fgr
-vz_










411
eeoe -b 111 4h160

.. .. 2 $
'T e e et.
PUBLIHED MO .-57. 25 100


25 1
LOENCEi .3 60

.hO E D TOR. 00 0o






B JS. EH [ B. C T ErLDO. D..14 0 60 qanr ~ 0 Cofeen- 7angntia
FLO H. RENC L3HR 35 28




oe 1 00 8 00
~enasnConfer yI 0E. ter, S.3C r Smelt S oC.










i s for RSTenng eek Ga....
os. tr B C lep t y.0 75







ingeradl ET onge n 10 0 00 5 00
. 50 3 5
.~~~ -,- ~ U B LIS If E -R.











mond, drg he- asn of 25 50 a)ro3o
Gta CoE e h E. T ,I1 0o075 67, 15 100



th uh, Sth it i u alle 8o 0







th miitrs agd eleadt ad...Ioo 75
wit esng tHe dei atos I -7..I0 oed arged doeadrfahe 5 15













fr hs reotent sI n aonveye tTouh tett, h i 1 8 15 00
in thi OP recpitTE L D thre



toren wil ne r u Tai to
Much as Touctanentu. lpr

msona d nd t her rle,8 o 01 r e
flat~~ WH 7-11 75H~hff ChuchSothi iMa wa oca
:Y 1 50 10'- ~ sin.16 porl--g-,:,wek n 0


o ma i n. g a di u wh t w a
ro- 1,00 6 00
'e( N71~' ~~~ I
poela ou(I( e'n rfe': 15
fl-OM i as lrea~l beenso gen Y IS 10 7
convyed hroU h ethoist 0- ,r 0




el cntn i

-Lte_ ta anffjj t 81
o rl s..
soua, other creles ljrf **









0eR S.D fr






S 0 O mie Compressing blets entirely fre


eof th Itya4iate solution and LOCAL IRRITAgood fortune wteu ntral salt, but we ost objectionable



itr eacunt of oldAaI ii
ent association satn discut Dr. R "20 too sweet cous toge
w ntt e House o G enl6












roma hCsobrother,.whos

of his most ..........
ife, asaso of his sons, .............20
"as plants growing up in a (th twolhttle
we e a charnI4 would be ........ .... 20
1rite could I bu dis- s u......2
ovr thor a pen stroke the. deal of h apine hearti- 5..











whref he wre comiely the...........1

ustees required my lee-......3
7z
























urueli Ingerso ism to c on2
nyfrtarrival, anth weais ~.... .. f r I and clisabli ,.. 20













cudme to have to push though ...... 65
t draw through, and1th high er appreciation of ..........
tlema on gratuatou1 ad co Kn .
20































meok ios. The audice wad
Qnft~ftb eoue te,
IU of the~ ('anisec br elegathoe.
election ofo new ishsops
'84 4"Ilb w 2
20.
yv "' .............

K Q.- W161, a a
-e, ould
'4 Y~
)I c it. .o ul
(L'-' _W I il't lis 2
.. ... ..
r, hr"Ou -stroke the ~
E~~~r~ :20
A 1.- --h ppines heati- 1
J A of .- -o~iie
. . . .. .
ss a d .. .. .
fi einent~
e, re n
Were ccosm C ir;~



....... 50~ P

r -'el a n d I WhQ ~
ve t is
to h a 0 u h -, ... .........

~825

... .. .. .. .. i3
tho hg e pp eito ......





muhit Si FR of 88 6
in 178 w" oyE~i ~ e
ceo l a. Dozen JacWjy, t 0 0 00 $80
Jaewa t~ai lern were beyond 0 so
Jad wht in f e r 25 18
Genea'I,'OB.
Ja nce h er ccrre. heho 0 22 50 ne1u50 12 00
nally m me more aid 50 1200 Japgratifyi e closing days 2 1 60 Ja' the Conec e 50 75 Ja Mygood Sister Riddi 400 25 1 75
was jubilant over the election
JBishop b)pan, but lamented that 35 2 85 Dr. Sleda was eft out, and her 50 80 husband was infull Sptywi 1 00 7 60 her. All the former coggectional 1 00 760 1 00 7 60
editors and officers w r-ected,
exctin g Dhr. Iong wo is s 50 80 ce ed by Dr. John 25 1 65 85
whom, many expresslop -o f et 35 2t85
wer uttered by those wh 4 v
Ji~c





1J 1 ihim os Ili
kgw hi ot inimately
'Ohe discussiodhi were wi th ,aout 50 2
Spoken independence, an, in 5 1 5 Je main, with Courtesy becomnin a 60 4 50
council of Christian gentleimen JO~
ioThe'question ofa apinting0 28
mission to confer withsmila 50 35
ofthe Methodist church, Nortlin .1 00 7 regard to missionary movements 50
as t voavo friction valrei between the nwo rches, was a
most intere 5
vofe thatfav he m r di
o s a growing spirit of te r 7 6
-15 85
mtIy. Time will work. chang as 10 5
the older giveplace nth 10 75 and the day draws on \Then anie 10 50 re-union will require division o 10 60
the Continent into thrc f r 07
e 10 70
t Ge Geeral' -Conf ecs n
thnW ill there be,, et ante or
nide iuent ism.






deemi vita g am at1 r D t a hg d-et I m
men- --,appoxi 11 -Mo

l e tgat a type.



02
ligeb ionpfte rooito
a o the











r616
TP _A011 ;PIOD :081, 1011 lI :::










16
20
change but ...t.. wa2anfstta
so eof m sttou h fusa a ...... ....
ell afe tdd11 s ..... .... 2
it 6",&h e hdispri at h o athe .. 0



om friy theachange. a d ......... 25 25










de elan sold hae oen "0 n thtIo 0 favor of prob0bi to P y Iwrnogrdss ti the cy ntag n. eOIen g a, to bpisml r'






ener" ed qun ta a let in








aemen is tha eo the eangseiy ~e seue. .pMpeera mphatie a1) 1e~rtue i ........ 15










d g ags s.

i ibf favor o-v M _1 7 ;v7_-j,1'7-......... 2
I ato ar-6d stre clo to te........... 4
debate and coluld b o e









As: to ay wat of; towrds it fOr carrying i
Hypsind twntxtblt.i









e et t thught.01a.. Issue. MU F nod lbinohin in to'bil. Paet whoe u h in .... fedl an wl 0 have bb confe,,new






8-.
n f Retail. Dozen. ts hg inittiv, A 60 4
being co hangoff 5 ed e and coi inlas li0.... 20
?;

may t 1th a fort euth and fi f .. 5 1 5 30
th amendment, ok co ndition[20 50
the roteni prdn t? c t o be2 0

soun 01! why ret 25
acstutferinig and s tnqa24 0 0
and ch kings over a sple a7 00

d gtheatonement o.... 100 750
wrist, c r with H .2-60 50 5
di His infinite
.we 1oe, an~dareenW ...25 0
-id 0125




chording to their obli'gemen t 25 50 But, thenonemay n e rse wit such asrel hadi-cappd tra tonldogmatic corn
ments, tha he may su ceed in lighting a ode with an ex ingisher ovh wick. ~

ih;~
matte 01X 1 1d ren a 6 I










d tp was moo tounemt hafr'

Mehist ..j Chrcht' it n,1ind 23







morning te trd e Baglas the glofy oe
w ch 'ag h dasdi c
t- ,T













p dpaaio cs fi t i iby ^ ia f h tig uonthe U diec ike ae y ne







fo A ful ,o, untily tsft ple of hearing was swen Ieth nd exwful ifgc ushroT( h wick.powrfu l iura heal e

alerthat it hmot my ear as ifn it had~in peale f2o the kyItwS apont e t me o pech t -s i::::V 7 1- -i











Y.,i in on be 16
'01 tiil c lo e P h t .'y
~so
f 1hp rtu wcs, -W, t- a .












41,ar f ip ij :A l~ i siobAt ,A
7' 5~ ~
ac r( m W4 ~~
I, _,,peal (
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t0e rea 4









JL'.~ ~:: 1 -




77 Rig arTf "task @di
cope edm WW eyoh,04rauyIhd 66&
evr e)t d -,befiore. peole so
WEIN soon- fad been hus DUG taken u fid shaken likea- flece.
A walk out t Hollyw Q'emetery i the fer oond edita tion among the graves--contemplation of the common-. level of the once high and lowly, now that
they sleep where -silene and soli-.
tude, pensive sisters si as mute as" 1.
iies



the shadows of the trees around-covere -ie ufficietly t myself, le
e en night caie met elU
enent wtou tre, a4drbn, Magancd otie Iked of the hoo ad dignitAoid, r, ,and',., --ityit:




an service and of the glory one may eence of
have in, all',.egituu te honor that
his fellows bear. "f textin the
Isiznpl,, ) 7- Waterat re's 1h chapter of the Gospel by tELYCURE, Joh- When Christ, on realizing an
dowme from the Fahrofa
ierse, and an identiiation R
'T N C-)ISEASE







ith Himin full meau of Divin- E
ify T-gidId Himself ard washed
n0s disciples' feet, fu tiheocar aggist, ont e" sion for crticism and suggestion git, need et o tnot~ napprpiat,considerig~ theable,and
all ss is comes
t necessiy yforc coin fre band
i inierbrot oo such
i1asdshoud lr disti gihngofeui cms. .oo er1andile ead


I spoken of the 6troll to 5c. pr pwot D*i n *a, *
lBishp Doggett liohere.
We car Aud Learyhamn also. The eaora- 2ise our tetion by the ad of Katu of uch tat None gen jvill faor switha aieties of finest growth oril s and along vales, and t g in gIo. F. BULFrea & 5an frt. di mPlted










t l re ie m





the Ncityke of the detro ll nRe,
:25. ercao~ wod D. unan r;,",LW .,p r go s
Leo and Bishop DoggettU6 f i?;:. .:"J~~l';~ 8A~. 9~~h~~i~ (l_ 'r- -- (


1 one gew. Vill fI*ii~~u~ ~ ~ 11

and alon'g-v les..'; and. th UrZ i

earff,,,recile-M
a~~~q ii~~ *-4,8
Jh ''A fy
~~~~ii~ ~ ,~ ~~~:~ 4 11~






s b. My-: 61 d Coi -1 froi8
Alabmaast in IV~iissppi ta. Dozen
and som who hato 15 $1 30 d' 'i-,A 1, I I fl 5 2

the far West, and 25 2 25
't 4; won their spr Jin 50 4 25 00 8 50
0 Church and, conservighri
15 1 15
essand development, i t >A 5 17
-royalI pleasuret et.TeS 50
rp Carolin.A delegat-io bf.ranke withf Id 60
the foremost an was speci allyV 1 00. *9 00
marked byrfri Lfo unnecessayspecep 16,ing.e J I rch-ed vi cl> 0 30
mpond. toorl to hear Dr Car i-sle is 00 18 00
lapur, f oh I herdiig 00 18 00,
edmmetiflat andI too late to hear. 25 14
00 9 0
t- I raternal, gre itngs of-t.e,3 0
Nog~en betren e 1 125- 9 50 o he gnci the Episco pL t,1 00 95 C Tirch1, -n". sesto aihpott 30,, 240
ville sent. bytlegap Chritian5
greeting tutte GoenerVal Cofer-12 0
ecof4lf.E., -Chrh an wa 75 6 0 0
C answIVeed kilth spri iv ch 25 -9 50
prollsike.d; 'on it part,osit- 50 4-00 tion.4 l I ones a f a 25 A1 -75;,,-5 0 3 5
brief. qvys iIn Drtro 7
t an a, para Le and a debt trug 0 3
e-eabbate addresses of mRiessesl 1 60
th.Gush an,.d gab4 will be: a t a 15
outafter awhie ald hr 50 3 75
1 00, 7 50
I 1-b premium onmen wha: 5 18
itqucly n sit 'down., S 04ic
Dr. Ltfort's lectueo Luck2 10
ad Pl T.uck at Clay, St.ehu:h'5'40
lj. 1 00 8 on
wasa ost' engaging ou.pded I0 80
it was rre in wit, graphic: it hisAt- 100 8 00
orie delietioadi word pit 1 00 80 ig(ual to0 Na st with p enl. 1 00 80
MThe' r. dits. the Ri hmqund AdVo- 50 40
een arilsee
N s Wti





68 J0a I
pa ,of' the D ii
_e6011 every, word, andi,
igh -r grunt and yawn
Sery -goan of the brethren.
bishop 1 I'eire's sermon at the
ordinitio ofihe Bishops elect, was like. a h ever says::sound,
Iapt, ad li His presenceC
-7, n d inti.
in thechair, filled that place of
hearing.
It s a itteemarkable tlha
eey oe who has eIed the
1e Orleas i ChristianAdvoc
with one exception, has been el
B d to the Episcopa benc
jyaio K:; :.~'~BI:
C. illespie was the










t: hio. T::: Keyi~ 0 a.C r ,, ptG ety- u : In cis::::.: Ti re n. e. -y, in some respees
ae otr of wgier f ul 'power.
81 noneo o ote to him sayig
thA ie hiici reached s offi '4;hoAdvocate
ed ieuo ossibly atof fdtu e1a I aynge, farther an be fsoms that e
e at Richmoisds u o Re
roW Edwar, _pastor or Cente-. este ae r- frome
nar,v C-hurch,'m Indebe for mn
ao -of re fhing talk t -hi
oa Hewon me at on e h hisI
frank criticism' of 'my lectuxr, ndl by,;his impulsive commendation- of
it nyhot,11v.J. H. Riddie. Th
strawberries that hsgenial wf
gave thegu t iuch prfusion,
sgested ear rn mevtha
d -k:- Tr m J














Ia dy one b giing gtl
a i A cp p e td h m i n f o t
.;She lad "s















Nh peefiturprised, n- t
r W -6,l;;;,:i: -:~:A















ha d ne6 f g464 it
at i4 ai e




uble
1888. 69

a bRetail Dozen. ad been.- ti iarnoc hesra-se100 80
3.150 $13 50

berries became confluent in1 lag- .... 1 50 13 50 ter at proved her enumeness ... 50 4 00
of haltful solf-divoanhod...: 50 43 00 Brother'e-i..dyg,,.i.orydi o py o f he 8 0




cry minier should htaMe; and. it .... 25 1 25 s surly, sou, nario preacherrilb. 18 will no permit$ wif accesS 1-40 1 00A 7 75 0 ~ ~ 5 eont 3 50




to his library. Of course I o no .2515 afi dogmatl atiwas .. 1 0 7 50
an i0ha AN ate, buseak,.... 25 1t75
acoingto traction and currentr... 25 2 80 parl 4 et ard therefore ope no...3 2 ...1 00 8 00
ques '',f rhdoy il .-1 0 82






raise---no polut of h 1-30 00 Let us have peacc. Itis as go .6-67 503 as srawbrries 1wit gr. 00
hisugar.
Federal 1A to ta
1 100 75
JO~vr 0i~s nrso- a egro 12-38' 10 702


...-4 1 00 7 56
Th qesio aq ...50. 3 5 erahilbovrment o cetrue d'..o 00" 5








25 1 75
thfir S dtefo ednateAtiona purpo-wse: 1 00 7 50
i e no rif in Congr e anunt .. 25. 1 75
county Te shee kow ....50 3 75 the Blairadiin proond andr .. 7560 u.prAe proipll upn1 nidr->n. 0 75
tio o th ilt e y ofe th e no1- 1,0: 0 poulaio of th ouher wita., ... 50 37












4.2-38 25 200 !
recnl tacised-n pon fo theeyUr. re 0 J0

asponibties ofwitizhip The
tr edtio al Aheoryto f outhern50
rA
e, 2' 0 167
1c 07 0






iity e al h t

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d-' 25 1 50i s superindum 4 idents of edus..25 10
aio 'an dg iimitationq. .. 25 1 50 those wlo Were ittisiffmed or un-1.. 5 5 t ."t25 2 10 uf'ormed,4ill pro, .pt 'to'tenua- 5r21 tion s and eos wbere_ we '.mark, .1 00 6 75 Tdeflections from te line of- conse-ro
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.9,a dealO fla htdent swimn ... 5N0 3,75 or SIDnk. TeP aCKet. onteWho 0 40
rive ar e o tie6d -up at Louisville
bete:f th lot of ice. Mr.,
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retivlence ma ften Ne the e6quia
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PARADOX NOT CONTRADICTION.
d of
EV.,B COTTRELL D crofre our ze1 according to a faith which
oth not Make haste," it would the more fullyreo ind clearly ahtest inus the berovlen e of tlhe Gospel of Him who' on ano ota loh, asked ngs, 'Why callest th he good, ett. '"Is there i ever a time when the p-ayer Jesus taught His w
iipls becomes inappropriate 'Forgive us r sis If te mind may not fx upon aughtg t r trt
h it -apprehends, as in contravention, or short ar
.igti n thn tat part of thIe L ordsa
,-er. wou s n :.0 .-1.
Soud seem to be aside froH the need" fthe applicant., 1h very petition is attestiv -1el 4t1eted in sincerity, of tiue holiness; and yetit s, paradox cal as it may seem, implicative of tS. unholiness.
Paradox! What is_ it? Seeming contradic- cts o hese abund in nature, in revelation, in a 6 Qn in,~~


governmnt, in all philosophies, and in experi- ing enpe. It is with all the deference and kindli- .oo.
ich consist with candor that I suggest
oiot advise] a View of the subjc6 of holi'
ness :Ultogether sati fa oty to My own thind. tt ats. Is this: Riligion is the rion of the soifl irhte
di t hGod., Thisd ihn is ih tiative
irative ofe al api4rAtioh folk truth and ri h xoo
o life. $gligion has got us bfewe
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t ther-fure, 'the graceof God that bring'- air tsalvatich unto alI men hath appeerdc,,teach- s. in gUs that denying all ungodiness and W6r wust- We should live .egeu rlv &Dste l ai l in this presat d." Ivident thi
att i an aveent of three distini& fSs
First, it recogzs a salvation of which ev 0ul possesses, r, rather, which possesses ev

n, itsdeclara ive ofa personal, j ionlenal enbdiment of that, salvatiory A ctivey. It has "app-eared." Christ -is a

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qse n f ,ehA etbe tfor. or acaomplishtlent there o., The negative side and the positive side "of holiness are presented, harnely, "denying ourselves all ungodliness and
y sts and "living soberly, and righteijy, and godly." The'-salvation is for "this $2 85

1 6
pres't word." From the power, pollution, 65
and the guilt of sin.! If in the economy of an

i~SI::t~:~-z~itk16 50. J ,~
o nipotent omniscient, and infinitely benevo- 16 50 lent God, there may not transpire such a salva- 12
tion, and the experience the'reof, as this de- 0
8 00~
scribes, then predicate impotence of the G 8 00 pel l of'the Spirit 1 38
I am'well aware oY the cunning by whichthe" ,1
force of this statement has been dodged, and a 8
holiness and a righteousnessand a gQdliness-, 3 'as it were," have been subsituted for the ac- 3 tual and real. But the mind of the Christian 1 yorld has grqwn beyond the hocus poiita i putationary substitute which "the fathers" ab- 7
orat I, and it is no becoming the prevalent
teaching that there was never, is not now, an'd there nev -Will be any excuse for a sin. This is imp icate great deal more than would be granted by any wo would at first assent to
te proposit i-. 1
That reio, hic is itself salvation, right- 1 cousess, ugliness, and holiness, should be re- 7
fined upon, and made to be at any point in its 'develomen w a wa SIS


Idevelopmentwhat it was not in its genesis, and what it will not b-in the fullest fhwering or 3 ripest fruitage, is a annoyance. To b "orn
n To -b "born 47KO 0,t ~ again" is to be sa dified. To be '!regen-eated"
is to b san fled. To ive "rightep u isto live a sa fied 1ife.. To live 1gl is ve
a satfed lf. To be j st fled:' is t be 3
san-ifi N one of can b hd except 100
as we y hrist n h Religio
nevcss oErti hliness. -St a

Sg A e stuck it in me. Stink 3 50 I I i e tIck
It i y ou have tick it e.
This hes in a/lgy ofthe case.
Spealrg ofai Fust where the trouble this csreptin. The
pwer and y faa '~e ben lost, and vulg r e been fallen into.
Essay a ha 4 avr th4da of -ge
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mi g eg fruitng, a
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c;?dling,- andc 4Uing T ese n d
r pshenetleria of the ntur'haVe been laid hdidTipo, nd itisi pon, i le to haves sai
i nitau as i u rat ing that which is s transeifenr abo -n id them all, that oneoreaditig, feeIthat he has brought to
id t phenomena fgrin and fruit growing and bird breeding, but he Is hot the wiset of the more inplred ryigiotusly.
Christ 11imself said manythings in reference
-tQ e establishment of His kingdom in the
f he conformity of the kingdoms of this
rId to, the DIvine- will and to heaven-that 11 I have no reference to individual conviction, re- IL generation,* jstifi ation, and sandification. Thes terms, presenting, according to physical similitudes, phases [but no degrees] of the one me t ing, have become -abstraions; and a habit or proce hemind-.e a-bstra and nd fruitful,- ha gendered hot ilike at- o te hp at fP es self by the boot staps. When ohe is t betia ed into seeking a "fc tiotiW'h0 is in pursuit of a will-o'-the-wisp and
a he bomes inte nsified, he becomes pestiferous. According to the tiltra c 0iicism of such,
Christ Himself would, were He on earth, be r ckonedfa defedive Christian. Ah! how huAan as well as Divine 3as He I An offense to tb egreliilonitIc tontf ally, Ibut an inspiration Aindar assurance to Euch as knew how to love the lovely. "Saw ye Him whom my soul lovth ?es. Grervil Kentucky.
DOCTRINE-DOGM\ -CREED.

des the threefold distinction iked
4 by the terms Doctrine, Dogma, and red,
witne kto a difference sufficient to facilicP dtate discussion and rightly define what is
individual and separate in the order of thought and of fact, If so, their emp oyment interchangeably, as thogh tey w
synonyms, is confusing. Hence, dis
Stion arises, instead of r1cmulative con
ing and unifying conference. As conceived, by oneat least, Dogma and Creed, in the economy of the Faith, should work abreast, w I st Dtrine should be in the lead; the three ordered :ter sim i of a




spi e earn. c n pared with Dogma and Creed, because it is generative. It is a unit. To 'use the tr:3 m in the plural (doctrines) isto lose its magnetic, polarizing power; to e ploy $4 50
it thus is to emasculate it. All that jick- 7 50 ens, regener es, and sanctifies, is of the 7 5
energy of Doctrine.' The Doctrine -is the 1 SLogos, the wisdom, the word; and it is had 1
in common all evangelical Churc es.
i In evidence of this, we see in, all 'e '7.
Churches individual witnesses to right-' 7 5
eousness and holiness. Then are the 10 00
Churches a unit in Doctrine. Doctrine is
that of 4iich character is predicated; :it 0
is the a pieon by which, in tacit agree- o
With Phoshates, I. Q. & S.-4 1 50 12
With Phosphbrous Comp.*. . 1 25 1100 With Cascara Sagrada. .....1 25 10 00 :alto ......,Carbonated...... ....... 25 1 80
Syrup... ......... 100
Malto-Pepsin (Tilden's) .............. 75 5,40
Malto-Viburnin*..... ................... 1 25 10
M alto-Ye bine ................... ..........1 00 7 50
alvina.......Cream (Huberts)........ 50 4 0
Lotion ( ubert's). 50 4 00 Malydor 100... .. ...... .. 1 00 7 50
Pills .... ........... 50 3 50
Manalin ........................1-27 1 00 8 0
M ann's........Catarrh Snuff...... ........ 10
Eatrrh Snuff..... ....... 5 7
Mansfield's.. Creole Hair Restorer-..... V. 1 00 6 50 Hungarian Balsam........1 00 7.00 Magic Arnica Liniment*..... 50 3 50 Magic truica Liniment". 1 00 7 00 Pills .............. ...... 25 1 25
Marcerou's.. French Blacking... ... 5 40 French Blacking 10 French Blacking.. .... 15 Marchisi's ....Pile Ointment.. . 50 Rock Candy Cough Cure... 25 Uterine Catholicon ......1-15 1 00 Uterine Ct olicon. ...2-28 1 50
ariani Wine ........... ... 1 50 0
Marching's ..Gold Paint (See adv. opposite) 35 2 25 Marsden's.....Pectoral Balm ........6-70 50 3 75




Dr ottrel.

Wen Dr. Jobeph Cottrill arose in ~i: t trme in9~~
tI lpitothe First Methodist ch U rh lIst bight, a thr0ll of pleas are ran through the vast csagre
igaton.
No minister in the sauthere chur
cle. ratiks higher as a pulpit or tor ad ia has a larger persons folwi is delightful perxoali ty permeates the entire church.
s a cosmopolite, and is -knowi everywhere. He saw before hiM last night men whose granfathers
he had buried, whose fathers he tandhad married and whose children he had baptwed. Since br. Cottrell was last in Birmingham his hair
v'r'ens of
as been tipped with gray, giving Asthma Cure and1 a benign look to his strong and intel i, positi-ely, pe lectual face. His iron gray hair nesPie, sent
n n suggests the white blossoms of tht
almond tree. His form is eree itand graceful, and he is now in the full plentitude of his intellectual power.
o Dr. Cottrell has the heart' of a ent that mber of
igno woman and the bravery of a martyr.a mbe base He is as quick to see the beautiful as hey die
da child, an th broad sweep of h-s live to
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ine from
sympathies touhes all created intel- aVe perligences. Those who know him well love him with a love tbat passeth
that of a woman. His broad na- oaler.
ture raiseshim above all creeds and dogmas, and his bright intellect
shines like the sun above the mists emedy
Sand m1asma ofdoubts and unbeliefs Pills.
He is the Emers.n of the south. His A
i words tell as of a higher and better
world in thowghtand belief, and 3 et he but halfdraw the curtai, andi the glipse we e tel through th

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and levies tributeupon every richly &.... 25 1 80 freighued traveler upon the high 75 way of knwlkedge. And lhke iith .....25 2' 00 baons o old he : generus to the

ith .a prodigal and to hoe h h .1-38 1 00 6 75 are intellectually and: spritualy im 25 1 9v0 His sermon last ig ht was tun ded upon thetext, rWaom say ms..4 00 8 00



caholity of spirit that charged .. 1 00 9 00 and enraptured his hearers. Hid- 25 den in pricklyburrs of keen witti-. 2 7 cism and biting sarcasm were ker- & nels of truth pregnant with spiritual o.s).

life. As he made a home trust the i)... 25 1 75 great congregation shivered and 2-76 25 1 80 .4-46 50 3 60
quivered as s ship struck by a sud- .2 den gale. He said that the churches 25 1 80
-were mere scaffolding 3 round ~... 25 1 00 the true edifice. Ne ither Christ nor e... 25 0 his apostles~ founded a chure-they a...

gathered together societies. Chrlst ell gave the pw to SPeter to




the bolts Han institute forms 0o b ers* 25 1 25

wor ship. The Roman Catholi s ... I 00 7 50

and thy Methodists did not differ rall 50 3 75
church often stood betw a man 25 150



and heaven. Such men were ir 2 more danger of hell g an wthe drunk L.



in a brothel. Preachers put a p).. 1 00 7 50 white nectie around their throats 1 00 1 50 and assume an expression of count 25. 1 50


Uano lie a uacadamized road ~S~i 2 00,"
give' ie poer toTetert o ui -,Idb k
~ia5 -50.
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ouldmir e, rexclui
e* ri te. al Nwa e
He had beenfa
AS e rvaer for forty years, TE

~f~; t~~~r i~ a her :fotm ::
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and wot not h nge pIass with Any -mann liv ng, and would Lot lose his past experience for the world. If
had dots let tim ihvvti-R
I gate fr himself and be- true to his
If you In -had ra~e see an LNEVER S Qconviction&. He lia lkher en an-EEE FAIL 3YSTEM91
eep t honest ag' ostre than a dishoieiit remedies

mncould go to hell ad no dishoneat man, with painted face co u0 gt LS 'into heaven. 'Jfrthe ight that lightetha man be dikness how
ON 'great is that darkness In the 'ARIA
On clear waters of the Florida lakes a -re all
flph is really several foet away from where he ems, owi g to
thprefraction. ilf he should shoo st
t the fihi midday he would be *
re to miss it, bbt at midnight he
ight accidental hit it. Some of ouched for
byj- ilPains.
e dogmas that divid-e the churche in
Proved by
were merely incidentL The Bap- rN, hs been
orong homie~s ever 'scovel tists had their dip theory, the Pres nt curative element lyig quaho-i 'th i rt t y
es nbyterians their drip theory and the nation. Its
onderful ad-
Methodists their hop and skip the- 1nso-canled
Y, burns, frostory. It was the church that crucifi- asr
onS perior in the
:e:d Christ. If the bnes & al the se, for man men that the churches had brokeD by distance

r were gaherd up on the highway carerman asu of time they would for a py ramid ictimofs ti b higher than the pyramids of Egypt. amb on
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