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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, January 30, 1891
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SYMPTOMS OB UTTEK DISEASE I Loss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste In the mouth; tongue coated; pain vmdertho ihoulder-bJade; la the book or side—often mistaken for rheumatism; sour stomach with flatulency and water-brash- indigestion: bowels lax and costive by turns; headache, -with dull, heavy sensation- restlessness, -with sensation of having left something undone which ought to havo been done: fullness after eating; bad temper; bines; tired feeling; yellow appearance of slan and eyes; dizziness, etc. jNotan, but always some of theso indfc cate want of action of the Liver. Fos A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fail to do good Take Simmons Liver Regulator —AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOB Malaria, Bowel Complaints, Dyspop-Ua, Sick Headache, 2S s r pation - Biliousness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice, Mental .Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIANS OPINION*. " I have been practicing medicine for twenty years and nave never been able totnit up a vegetable compound that would, like Simmons fiver •Regulator, promptly and effectually move' the liver to action, and at the same lime aid (instead of weakening) the digestive ami assimilative powers of the system. L. M. Hih-roK, M.D., Washington, Ark. ONLY &BKUHTE HAS our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J. E. Zeilia &, Co., Philadelphia, Pa. PROVIDENCE IN WAR Instances of Divine Interference In Battle. How Gcnrnil O. O. Howard's Prayer "Was Answered at Bull Run- GuJUeral Grunt a Firm Believer in Providential tnt'erferoiico. [COPYRIGHT, issi.] A short time ago the writer of this paper was walking with an intelligent ycmng- man through the crowded streets of New York; we were conversing- upon ordinary topics as SYig-g-ested by our contacts and surrounding, when he without any apparent connection slackened his g-ait and asked: "Do you think that Divine Providence interposes in events, in war for example?" The writer answered: "Surely. God is everywhere and in every thing;." He replied: "Ft may be so, but with ray cliiily associations and adverse influences it is hard to believe in any Divine Presence." Within an hour after that time and conversation a paper was solicited upon the subject: "Providence in War." To Israelites and Christians the Old Testament Scriptures furnish abundant material of.the direct and indirect interposition of the hand of God, from the times when Abraham, under Divine favor and blessing, sent out his trained COPYRIGHT 1390 After dinner, if you have discomfort and suffering, take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, or Anti-Bilious Granules. They're made to assist Nature in her own -way— quietly, but thoroughly. What the old-fashioned pill did forcibly, these do mildly and gently. They do more, too. Their effects are lasting; they regulate the system, as well as cleanse and: renovate it. One little Pellet's a gentle laxative; three to four act as a cathartic. They're the smallest, cheapest, the easiest to take. Ilnequaled as a Liver Pill. ^Siek Headache, Bilious Head- achej Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the stomach and bowels, are promptly relieved and permanently cured. 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When the people forsook the Lord their God, as Solomon had predicted, success did not attend their arms. If' we study the subject of idolatry as herein set forth, we will, have a very complete mirror in which are reflected the 'general and special providences of the Great Ruler in human affairs. The worship of an idol — be it sun, moon, .stars, man, woman, mountains, rocks, carved images, bulls, heifers, calves, birds or other animals, or things however adorned with gold, silver or precious stones, always has lowered the soul's standard. The first strong commandment for Jews, Mohammedan or Christian is: "Thou shall bave DO other gods before Me!" Hence, as far as we can trace the facts of" history, profane, secular and divine, we fled that nations and rulers whose people have lowered their standard and become corrupt have sooner or later lost their courage, their patriotism, their prowess, their virtues. .'• When finally, the Lord the Almighty has withdrawn his favor and blessing, as in ancient Israel, in Egypt and old Eome, there comes a crumbling- to pieces and a.scattering- to the four winds. Ten thousand are driven by a thousand and no Goliath has been able to save the fighting, forces. . . , Now' we- may write for "Idolatry" "Corruption," and declare without fear of contradiction that ' soon or late, but as sure as, there is existence, ."Corruption" will ; enervate and destroy the defensive forces of any people:' : When there is no Immanuel (God- with-Man) there is something else. For Love of God and Country read; "Love of business," "love of gold," "love of great possessions," "love of self." These worshipers flourish for a time like a green bay-tree. But look again I .They are not Children have varied the corruption carrying it perhaps into magnificent display and a vain show; but grandchildren comminute and dissipate the whole upon the wings of the wind while they Uiemsdves retain little, if anything, but imbecili^ But where is ProvideKe in all this? It is simply this: Not a sparrow falletb. to the ground without our Father's notice. He has made it so. In all physical laws, the Great ' Designer's presence is usually admitted for it is sensibly felt. But when spiritual force comes in from God, .there is a more.. uncertain" hold as to which is the monition of my own mind, of my own conscience, and which is the monition of the Divine Spirit? What matters .it? . As I conceive it the conscience could have no play, no force without the Eternal Presence? As light is essential to this earth,- so is. the .Eternal Light essential to the human mind- essential to the activities of the human conscience. The compass -guides the ship, * but intelligence adjusts and regulates the compass. Without adjustment and regulation the ship will drift and probably finally be wrecked. An army is made up of a multitude of minds under discipline and command. In time then should come a common mind. There are many consciences-— but in time there seems to be a common sense of duty — a common standard of right and wrong—acomihon conscience, if we may so speak. Let this coiamon conscience lose the light of Divine presence and monition, the army drifts • and will finally be •wrecked. Its compass is out of adjustment. Its intelligent regulator is not holding the compass in its position. When the Lord adjusts and holds, the common conscience there must always be a veritable success. ' The battle of Bull Rvra was the writer's first experience under fire, lie stood with Ids brigade by the well- known blacksmith shop, a few miles behind the main lines, in reserve, waiting orders with his brigade. The artillery made the neighboring woods resound, and the upper air was filled with shrill sounds—men anticipating- great danger to life and limb grew pale. The writer was at first overwhelmed; his limbs grew weak and trembled and there was literally no strength in him. A feeling of shame and sorrow then filled his heart; for he had not dreamed of such senseless weakness as this, but he had no power in himself to rouse his manhood. Then instantly it occurred to him to lift his heart in prayer to One who cetainly was able to succor him and prepare ftu'n for the trials now so near at hand. Me well remembers the substance of that prayer. '-0 God! fill my heart with Thy spirit and enable me to do my duty." Swifter than the whizzing bullet, quick as the lightning' and brighter than the sunbeam was the powerful response. Words can .not express it, but it came in effects. All • fear and the consequent results of apprehensions at once disappeared from his body and soul. The prayer was heard, the sad condition of human weakness did not- recur in that mode during the great war. Was .that a special act of Providence? : Certainly '-special," but precisely according to God's promises and according to His spiritual laxv, which is often enunciated in the' Bible, to-wit.: "Call upon Me in the time of. trouble .and 1 will hear thy petition." An army officer who had just had his leg almost severed, from his body began to cry out: "0! Lord have mercy on me, have mercy and help me to bear this." He saw the eye of a Christian friend fixed . compassionately upon him while rie> was trying- to give him some air. Catching the scent of sympathy the wounded officer smiled and said: "One always does so in trouble, then only he remembers and calls upon his Saviour." "Why shouldn't .he? Until I was afflicted I went astray," his friend said. Since that day that officer has been a faithful servant of his Saviour. In his wounded condition- Our Father found him and healed him. Such instances that are known among both Onion and Confederate soldiers are numerous, and doubtless the Heavenly Father, whoever dealeth directly with, human souls, has his own abundant multiplication. Providence exhibits his dealings with great leaders. Onecouldnot be long with General. George H. Thomas without noticing this. He was wonderfully successful in his operations, especially at Mill Springs, Ky., and finally at Nashville, Tenn. A sense of responsibility and a sense of duty pressed his mind and heart without intermission. He once said to tbe writer: "I can not leave the front; I can not go on a furlough, though I haven't seen home nor my wife for more than a year. Should I. leave headquarters this winter, something would be sure to go wrong." Here was a constraint and an impulse beyond those which came from the ordinary conscience. They kept him solid at his post out of battle and in battle. They imparted the same discipline to his men at all times and made them partakers of his imperturbable character, unconquerable.in battle. These exhibitions were even more,'marked in General 'U.S. Grant. "He must not do that! If he should he would- be flying in the face of Providence!" He could not swear, the feeling of God's presence was.so strong 1 . It inspired ' him with courage when other hearts :failed. It kept him on the offensive till the sin of slavery and re- catod against war and ail connected with it instantly reversed the wheels of their whole being, buckled on the armor and went forth, without compunction of conscience, to fields of strife. But one asks: [low about the other side, where there was an equal sincerity and a like unanimity? The spirit was not the same. Yet in neither the Union nor the Confederacy was there positive clearness of conscience. The Union clouds would not clear till our Leader's purpose was absolute aid fixed that human bondage should be destroyed. : It must alw'ays be remembered that tfie Lord's prophets on the subject of ilavery were persecuted unsparingly in the North, Massachusetts egged theso in > Fanonil Hall, Connecticut drove them from her .shoi-es and Illinois hanged them to the nearest tree. The Lord guided the terrible conflict till both Jforth and South were brought to a repentance in the ashes .of great losses and superabundant affliction. Indeed, "He moves in a mysterious way liis wonders to perform." There is another illustration which the writer has given before, but from its aptness he will venture to repeat, it shows how the prayers of two men who are leaders on opposite sides may be directly answered without a violation of the idea of providential care and supervision. There were two army corps opposed to each other in the terrific conflict of Chancellorsville. Tlie commanders of each were known to be men of prayer. They both besought the Lord for success, always adding, "not*, my will, but Thine be done." Doubtless both were equally sincere. The Union General suffered a dreadful defeat and was made to pass through the dark valley of humiliation like the prophet of old—he wanted to die. The Confederate General had an abundant success. He overwhelmed his enemy with numbers, when triumphant shouts filled the air, but in the dark wood that lay between the two armies, when he was reconnoitering during the night, probably for a renewal of the conflict at dawn, he fell mortally wounded and was carried to the'rear soon to die. 0e had gained his victory, his life had ended in' the •coveted glory and his prayer was fully answered. But the Union officer feeling The Chastening Hand did not give up the prayer. From that time success set in upon him and his cause, and he lived to see the Onion restored and the blot of human slavery wiped forever from the land. So to the pleading soul it is often darkest just before the dawn. • In some similar way the Lord heareth and : answereth every faithful servant under His Providential Sky. 0. 0. HOWARD. ," Continual dropping wears away the stone." The continual breaking of lamp-chimneys costs a good deal in the course of a year. You can stop it. 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