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SEEMON. j Walking To they b text of Rev. discourse to go to- Inability who felt and that of men wuo own Inner that we are and habits of the sentiments And had In view Us Intellectual moods simply ask of the In sentiments of caught In If of the "And no longer belief but dead past that fervor Is called re this estimated he thought from many He would of Emerson by circles abundantly years these and ran age the lit about than fifty writing beginning enlargement that time rewritten had the changes' the press journalist that The edition would hard- point of that In the to Its advance in certain n a reaction cnly thirty published as Agassiz and ev ry In the days Then anivlln and noblest kind and who lives had all along In the&e Is hardly the power tragically history has In turn that was William thought In the of Her Society Saturday church and much devotional Rev been doing Chinese for the her work arc being to lead She told which treated and abuse the wo Campbell of the the mis could be the larger birthday sought to at different bumping the floor very rich He and at bumping a long show that through time lo come to In Inducing and hear packed who were had been converts other land adjourned a dinner Topic lieCon atloaofSMnke'sReceiies ftilmifDr.BiBitt'sDtttt" TOUCHINGLY MADE KNOWN Telegram Sent to Mr Brief -Beriew of the Work Dr. Barrett Did in Atlanta. The services at St Luke s cathedral yes terday were very Impressive and -were made more so by the action taken in re gard to the death of their former pastor. Dr R S Barrette Rev Allard Barnwell occupied the pulpit and before beginning his sermon he tool occasion to make a few appropriate remarks about Dr Barrett He said Dear brethren the sad sad news that we have long been expecting has come to us this morning The tidings have been brought that Dr Roberts Barrett Is dead He was my friend and I l "ed him I was his best friend and he loved me It is he who ordained me at the altar which Is now before you and It was he who made ma a priest and empowered me to preach from that pulpit It was he who gaveme encouragement and Inspiration by the cheerful words which he spoke from that pulpit when he was here You loved him too we all loved him and we novor krew ho much until he left us I do rot stand here to pronounce a eulogy upon Dr Barrett fiat la something that should be given time and thought and besides I feel that the subject is beyond me But I do want to say before I conclude that while his was not a death upon the field of battle surrounded by booming cannon and the rattle of the musketry and the cheering of s soldiers jet It was a glor ous one and yesterday afternoon his gentle spirit was wafted to heaven by the mists of the earth to dwell In peace with his God I hold in m\ hand a telegram which has been drafted by some numbers of this congregation and It U desire 1 that you approve It by a rising vote before It is dispatched It I as follows iirs Robert S Barrett Wythevllle A a The heartfelt sympathy of St 1 uke at goes out to you. "Vloy God sustain you Ever- member of the congregation rose to e the stamp of his approval to the message and when they again sat down theie v "S scarcely a person but who e eyes were filled with tears while many were sobbing The entt-riainrrent whl h was to have taken place at the parsonage nt xt \\edntsdiv right was declared in definitely postponed Dr Barrett's Work Here Dr Barrett came to take charge of t Luke's s caUied al in the fall of 1566 HP w is a total stranger in the city and 111 to make himself acq i"lnted with hi- congregation. It was only a few weeks bt fore he could call b name every member of the church and this was the set ret of Ms great jo-wer VV t en he first took chur e the congregation was vrr small but It soon began to grow until the old building was not lirge enough to hold it At that time the church w- is smaller by fifty feet thin it is now an old build log occupying the ground on which the ves trj now stands One Surday r r Barre t preached to so crowded an audience that the aisles were filled There Happened to be In the church on that particular day a gentleman from New York. who went to the doctor sifter the services and In talking mentlo led the fact that .he church was too small for the congregat on Dr Barrett acknowledged that this was the case but said the chur h was not able at that time to enlarge the building Well said the New Yorker jou 50 ahead and purchase the strip of 1 ind Immediately In the rear of the church and send th bill to me This was done and the stranger paid the bill and it was In this way that the church was increased to Its pn sept proport ors A\ ho the benefactor was Dr Barrett would never tell as the rpntkman made him promise that his name would never be mentioned in connection wit i the purchase It was at this time that a pipe organ was put in the church anti a surpllced choir organized One of the favorite anecdotes of Dr Barrett s was one n which he played the star part He loved to tell how he graduated married and preached his Pr t sermon all in ore week and he always contended that graduating gave him courage to propose and that Ms bride gave him Insplra lion to nreafh his fir t non His Influence in Atlanta Dr Barrett was a power among tae charitable- Institutions of the city. It made no difference to what denomination the char Jtable association Lei nged the fact that it was for charity was enough for him His lecture on the 'Passion Play was a most masterful effort and he has deliver it on a number of occasions always refu ing inv recompense for his labors He at one time delivered It for the benefit of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to a packed hotifp and the enterta nment was a pronounced success Dr Barrett s friends were many and he was loved by all who ever knew him He was- an influence for good over the people of the city and although his death was not unexpected It was a-severe loss to the people of this city who still regarded him as their own Dr Atkisson Yesterday. At the Central Congregational church a communion service was held yesterday morning and the The From Ttt 1.1 exist a has created and that and will possibility 2.1 Creator Is Him In our God ever be. J.1 blessed bodily Him. and to nothing any idea 4 1 blessed 5 I blessed we should no being prayers 6. I believe words of 7 I prophecy whom be the chief fore him 8 I whole law possession. our teacher 9 I law will be another be His 10 I blessed sons of Is written and 11 I blessed His transgress 12 I belive 1ns of the still will I 13 I dead will may be whose and to all IS A Methodist From The The case Methodist minister over to the charge of the most city court Morse native place prepared himself After h about the place and did "ear he Haven th re almost Morse time ago on Ontei roir of an t Fire Morse " authorities orlsln The frpt There seemed wig started the evjdcpr in was Th hou surance week after amounting Th 5 "coed April IStS the relrhbors Morse s hou t r had left town a d curred .Morse tstp the boat The stenmer for New York c tv when " nt down He came and stayed At that time aces M iroft a ruined in the application Insurance their PO'JCT pay until whether the ce1df'"v orl The In the had been and on his the insurance sued eharrln property with sot's suspicious policies second fire was In made threatened unpa'd bills Before the shoed so as skipped out a woman Mrs Lillle A to C61umbus riDN g discuse tna Uty wh tha wear habis. sen- Ad vl W Is nte\ect- mo. k- In- sentments or. I belef feror caled re- estmated Emeron abundanty l- tt 'rilng bgnning enlrgemcnt tme rwriten. ress journa1 t. e llon st pint tht 1t ad'anc' relcton publsh- ev"r ThEn 111d lves al harly pwer tragIcaly hai 'U 1 au LECR. er socety devoton- v' bendolng fo I I b1rg treate Campb(1 tor. ver though Une 10- packe ben SUBE. E. "I .It. B .s' F..gf. HIl 'I i. 'Te. CDgregaioi.of5ti.L k's neceins theBslsofDf.B lt's Deab. I KNWN Tlegrm arettBref Bevew te aett Atta srices cathedral'yes- were' ver tpresslve ade 0 b th a ton taen re- gad .tle teir forer pator S. Baret. Alard Barwel o upled pulpi sermn tol. occaon 1. apprpriate remak Baret H sali "Dea fld v.eh ve long' be expctng ha to tding nobr S. WI my Wt ls I 'as orda.ne altar n w wa.1 adt mo rrm 'pulpit "I 'a Encouragement Inspirton wort whlc spke w en was ber to' al nove krew Mp t.ch unti lef tJ -o upn Barret tme tbought tlt subjet concude whie not. I feld bat te boming rte ard 'et Wl afernon hi gente WfS waftd to -arth dwel parl Gd. "I whch 'has beEn drfed ly some'm.mers o congrEgalon. i that appr'"e i Ii J Is al folow r. S. Dnrret. Wythevl \'a. -TehearU.Il St Luke' ny su.taln o gi'e the hs mtssage sat was Jrson whose ep fled wih tear. ent.rtainment wa placE the n 'Ye "day decaTd in- detnlel nrret's Barret char l' t Lukes rJlcdral fal 1 6. lt WiS strangr In.'thl cty him.elf cqnalnte wih cn- gregaton I was' tie- caIL eve b&a urch tht secret reut poveE 'hen charge tw fOngrpgaton wry mal. unt tht bUiding l rge tnouh. it. was smaler ffty I' no\ buid- o t On Surday Dr. rrcw.ded alsts 'Ere fled hap ned thi churh tat' partcular gentEman NEw wh lftr mentoled was'1 tO smal cogrega ln t'c church ot tl hUlldlng'j I \11 'ou 0 pu chase o land metlatClr rer bi thE bi was thll \as pr' rt pl'porEots. 10 \'ould nevr tel. I F"ntonan prmiC mentoned \1t'l te purchasE. rt tI 1 wa 1 surlc1 organlztd. t'e favorte anedotes ret's onl tn le te grduated. married prtachEd frft al gduatng pOe J s bride gn\ hm Inlplra- ton preal frst Infuence Atant. Barrel .was pwe Iabe Instiutons I madt dllerence dEnomlnatlon Iable asocaton belnged charty Enough fo the wa mst masterful efort delvercd ocalo s. alway refus- anY relompen' fo Iabrs tme delvered nclent Orer 'a pcked MtFI entertnment \r Barret's al evcr kn \ was a Intuence peple Clr ad alhough w unexpcted \a R lo po- sti , I Atksson Congregtonat communin srice ws yesteray J Fm elt. hasrt ad Wl pilblt 1 mmln ever 11 be blele bolr HUn ad ay 4. blesse 5. bing prlyer. beleve 7. b 8. beI psseslon. 9. wi b Ii bl lsed wlen 1. transgels belve wi dea wl b al Methodit chare thl cl orle tve hlms Aftr h' ah ut hI there amolt tmp BIO CnteJ 10lA t hv anthrltes orlein. ThE sef.e evldcpcC TI SlrRnce Ek a""untnl Th. old A prlI t" th. relhbrs ior'e's house ter I.r lrd cured tlll bat Thl tempr KIw ch' "nt d wn Itafd'in l'1'P 1 appltaton Inurancp r'icv nTt thp" Te tnlura'nce charllnl 1 I luRplcious plelts fre. wa. des bis. shAo d sou' Llle C lim'bus .TLATA. GA. OAY. be ofrnen -wb ask- cir- lit- fitt certain evsry at- F The Collgrgat1on of St. Luke's S 1beIs of Dr. Burtt'S D&tb1 TOUCHINGLYMADE Mrs. 9 Did1nAt1aflt' B. Robert "It au hoyt' o gloroug my "Mrs. -The St. sobbir which next Si. cathedral 15.155 lnthe acquainted wasoitly by When tr theecrvices mentioted congregation. "you im- the pr'stnt propertops. wlt'i rett's first first entertaInment Tl 1. I has'createsl 2. 3 I Himand beingto I he Ing The house The and Mirse . ¬ . . & , , ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ " * ¬ ¬ * ' , - ¬ * , & \ \ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ' . ' . ' " . - - . . ¬ , - ¬ . , , < " - , * , , ¬ > . - < \ * " \ " - \ \ ' " " \ > - , . > > - > . * ! \ ' , , = - ¬ - ' - - ¬ - ¬ . . . * . , . . . . 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 14 Sep 1896, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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