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*6d 'Ste IpogHeefc-J > Do uilo ottiett as w^nld flWJhw^4l,oiadvdo.Mto ,„,., y,^ e .-rifWth^yobi-^rleTB-trit curse wasoneof thegrf-»test,rfth«...^riy Q*rmanayon;fjprsy foe phUosVopher*.' This Article le eviaently J fom" yon"» "Thwe gi the pen ora'Oermanfand of a Iwned, tmth- seeking and troth-loving man. Instead of ngvla. fidei, the ^English reader 'may read EnleofJalthr loorreot ttejproof witt great~: pfiasare. There are no German type. x taw- *„- 4 despttefullj TIB« ;lorlous troths taught by Christ ftod his A'postles, constitute the creed jo/woioh Mr. Staples subscribes, and Which all true I e- lievers »ssert with j, hearty amen -j man; no obedience to Apostolical "Snooesstonists;^ We acknowledge not the right of mitred ruler To the Editor o/tAe Ai About ft fortnight ago, 700 communicated to yonr readers two letten from Beverend gentleman; In which the same endeavored to prove thai tbe Christian Church was neither founded upon Peter and his^stfeeeasora, norttp- on the Bible, but solely npon Christ.: Tab controversy, so far as I bave^ttiiaenitood It, between that gentleina.l«nd his antagonlstB l£ no new one A similar dispute, involving! nsarly the sanr» question; arose (n Germany eighty yean ago, between * Lutheran pastor at , Hamburg, and tbe celebrated .poet and critic, May 11,1889. J tat "Him whornleBthe Heat/ens." then bibliotheeary at Wolfen •b'ntttl." ID this dispute, Leasing, the great reo- wer of German literature, set np a number of these* which he offered to defend against every body- & may perhaps be interesting to some of your readers to get knowledge of these theses, and I will give yon, therefore, a translation of them for communication through the colotnns of your paper, if yon believe It proper to communicate them. Tour's, C. ADAME. 1. The oldest Fathers of the Church cull the contents of the Symbols* of the first four centuries, " reyula fidei," (Rule of faith.) 2. This rtgula fidei is no extract of the Books of the New Testament. 3. This rtgvla fidei was in existence before any Book of the N- T. was written. 4. This reffvla ftdei is older than tbe Church, f 5. Not only tbe first Christians during the life of the Apostles, but also all subsequent Christians of the .first four centuries, considered this reyulafidei a sufficient doctrine of Christ. 6. This rtjrula fidci, therefore, is the rock upon which the Church of Christ has been built, and not the Bible.I 7. This reffula fidei it the rock upon which the Church of Christ has been built, and not Peter and hit nteeeisori J 8. The Books of the K T. which our canon contains, have been unknown to tbe first Christians, and the single pieces of the Tbe beautiful principles of lore and kindness, as. OtogBt by-Jfestw, are' of MOM »»lae to mankind than all creed* that have been made ' ' '" 'by ta'sliops;" and read jhyi N. T., which thej knew, were n<«ver of such an authority with them as they are with some of us, after the time of Luther. 9. The laymen of the first Church were not allowed to r«ad these tingle pieces, at least not without permission of the presbyter who preserved them. 10. It was considered DO small crime. on the pirt of the laity if they believed more in the written word of an apostle, than in the living word of their Bishop. 11. This regula fidei wsj the test, by whicb tbe books of the apostles were examined. Those most in conformity with the retrula fidei were selected, and those less, were rejected, though {written, or pretended to have been written, by apostles . 12. The Christian religion, during the first four centuries, has never been proved, but only explained and confirmed by the Scripture, f 18. It cannot be proved, that the apostles and evangelists have written their books, ID order to reveal the whole Christian religion j robed Sectors, since the world' began'; Man- kindjbas,-bad.enoughof -musty creeds and tinselled nothingness; enough of hollow: forms and 'fashionable ceremonies; enough" of the husks and shells that have been thrown from theological tables, by bishops, prelates and church dignitaries. , When Mr. Btchmorr.l accepts a creed, fashioned by bishops, to be his entire faith, and that the same is a finality, he simply acknowledges that he never expects to become any wiser. To creeds we can never subscribe, and 'or the reason that what may seen to be a truth to-day, on the morrow saay .be proven error. The progress of the various sciences, substantiates the necessity of this keeping our minds open for the reception of new truths Ministers are men, like ourselves, governed by tbe same motives and prompted by similar consideration!*. They are called to their professions, as lawyers and physicians are called to theirs, liv Interest, tasto or incliua tion. As men we esteem them, by basing that esteem upon merit and moral worth. We have profound respect for the cloth, if worn by Integrity and merit But oar Reverend brother i* n "stickler," j for Apostolin succession. Will he give to many anxious ' enquirers after truth," the names of these individuals to whom Christ's Apostles committed tbe mighty work of regenerating the world ? Is it not an historical feet that every one of the Apostles, with thtt exception of John, suffered a violent and sudden death 1 Where then will you fix the "succession,"'if the Apostles fa fled to do it for you 9 Wfll you, Bro. Richmond, favor us with a discourse on the "Apostolic Succession ?" If so, please publish it so tbat we may read it in tbe country. Apostolic sncoesslou ! Go with us, brother Richmond, for a short time, to old Gotham, to Bueeber a* o*e of tfc« gn»T BMD of the age, ; tte is identified witb'toSllvlii^ bnjath- ing presented i» person can listen to MS deep.»ndBtfring1ipj)eflg,wJthpnt,f«Hnff attracted towardi WoL HUuwarm, generous impulses, his sympathetic nattm^ ^ and Lis deep and fervent ^lore ittt humanity Tender ^ hitn a favorite-wlth tbe masses. It 'is not strange that theologians should" rig* against him, tot no man has done lucre to shatter old theories than he. He bM released those capture*, wjio were chained to tbe car of bjgotry and sBpeMtitntion, «nd 1l now leading them through "floweryfields" *nd "shady grove*," and exhibiting ib tbem tht beauties of natural religioni^-^-: -;J;i£.ri.jV>,. >„•. • wt^ • ?_ - ..'. We do; not , agree-with Mr. jieecber in poll- ties nor in the principles of his professed church, bnl as a man, as a humanitarian, we admire him, tor he is doing a great and gener- . x jhe aboT« Bamec . ffesbyfOT, and cleifed'away fog ,. f nWJcepJntm£rom';;,|fx>Mng the truth, '•» Shall iu our next write of the Chnroh and' of " ous work. In conclusion, Mr. Richmond, we would say that we entertain for you the highest esteem aud respect, but with creeds, ceremonies my remarks of yesterday have called upon Mr. Staples another of yonr characterise t|e missives,! must even reply. Of yonr black- gnardtsta I hawjnothjng to say', except that it Is unworthy O f nty profession, U not of your*. Of your suLlims peroration, I have only to •mark that jt-i*-only eqaalled by Brlgham Ifoungs' speeches on the jate Mormon war.. '; Of your -higlii clmrch pretension*, it [is stolen thunder, and belongs, 6^ right, to none but thY Boman (jatliolio Church. ,, Upon all these natters yon can run on asirilrlly as yflu please, and aU sensible 'people will giv» yj)n wa room euough^ but when yon descend to M questions of feet,; or questions whicb inT«l)re _ I principles of reasoning, yoar inconsistencies and palpable to pats unnoticed. CHERRY roa tax EAFID CUM or . C«I<U, Congbs, : and Huarsenev*. and theologio*! sympaiiy. We r«nnaln, Tours iu Brotherhood, H. H. B EAOLE, Mar 7, 1859. LETTEB FROM BSV. W. B. IIOI.T. Rtllglo D'O Ht. God is the author of all true religion. All good thoughts, words and acts, are the legiti. mate fruit of religion. Everything whicb tends to build up society in virtue and holiness, if from God. Everything wUich teud* to debase man and society, around him, is not of God. we have no yDU 1 uoteftte CJijuroh Fathers with a show of lemming which implies that no one elae U fs- mtliar vrith tbtm.j sir. Sl«fSe» has delivered scarcely a Irotore out of ilia course of twelve, ill which he has not quoted largely from them, «nd often noticed their Interpretations of Scripture. • Your explanation of the aiisUku in tJiiroui- cles, is the old one, and may be the true one, but yon fad to see, or, seeing, ignore the point in this case. The question is not whether it is fotsible to account for tin mistake by applying human ingenuity to It. The point is this: If these records are the Word of God, how b U that mistakx* occur in them which u«ed Purity in man before t->e fall, was the direct gift of God. Jesus 01-• 1st, as a Savior, was not then known. Tb • e was no need of a redeemer for man, for !<• was yet pura Man transgressed a Divine Law, and fell from a state of holiness tost st.i ta of sin. Just at this period in mail's nistoit. do we first learu of a Savior. Religion then Msumed a new typ«.— Previous to man's fa 1 '. H was a system of praise and obedience. In its new phase, It was a system of repent.nee, faith and sacrifice. From Abel to Christ, ) : ty, goodness and religion, were in the woil I,—uot religion in tii* broad acceptation of tl.o term,—but religion in a qualified s«-nsc. Cain, the brother of Abel, bad religion ; ju-t such, as th« D«ist now has. Heathen 1'ltilosophera had thsJr the words of man to make then plain. ' ' An word* plainer, than God'. wor.f*»"-- How do We know; tbat Cltrvoicle* is wrong and Kings correct? "How »re We »o tell wh«-ther the error U one of Iranscripuon, or »u erro» of the Writer. Uhuself ' We cart teil, aU ther by judging of the record, according to tljn probabiflties of the <-a.se, as y«o bare done or ehe by diggiog up a church tradltiaii 'which settles tli« question \tf snthoriiy If you tett(« it by the former m-nfeod, theu We have only yot)r, «r some other, fallible cvmmc*tutor't cpii/.i.n ii) the matter. It U a m«lt<* el same- . rlor Ttrto« fcr Ow ftntrat at tbSt nix KHU»H*,«.] - T PATENT MEDICINES. . . -. i conflned m» In doors aSLfSiXS^H?* » ltt <w» nUft; taauy ~ " if on? Alsi'gjioan. The i my three* and Inn) DR. HOOFLAJJD'S GERMAN BITTERS Arthnu or PhtUaic, ui« BroaehiU*. -_ • .. . _ Ww lturon«a^ PA, r»b. «, 188*. Tour CKary Attoral It by «lto uijrtfcn,aB<l I »*«Uon A. ^ C k»T. found Is now carlo* • of tb* ln««i «br th. BKNBT L. P1EIB, Mwcb.nl OWrr» Ptetoral t.,, - W« might idd «olna« <* nUuia. IM! Ow ma* •>» **—*-r r*~* ** "" ~*^ --- f lUi naiitj h Lii_i uTlu •**• ajcn CrfeL ' Ooiunmptloa. ProUHy DC OM reaaij hw mr W« knmn w»M aorad » muT md neh dmfvo^ cum tf this. 0en« M hnmw tit an iMck; bat rr« to than tb» Clrrf ft*m»J tfforit nlM «nd ttmtort. A*fo» Bon% If iw You Ckvr. llmtch &. 1S54. BOOK* Anjulxrnu: I (M h •ta»«i « nta- DR. HOOFLiAD'S BAL.44.Mir CORDIAL, The great standard mrd^'nrs o/ tnt pr'sm: oye, htxve acquired their y7va.' popularity on/y tkrenigk yean of imil. Cihuundtd laMfae tion « rendered Inj thrm- m jil cjjr.i. und iht pevple hav pr<mi»wf?<i ffir^i n->rrf)i/ lifer Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaanciice. 'Debility of Hie Nervous Syvtem, Diseases of (he Kidneys, liver or trtalmr" "I •'./• <tn ory<»rM, art rp"'lily ,ind pri ikt GERMAN IlITTFR^ Th, Balaamic Cordial ..,. ,,- r ,,,,,/ rrpiilah'tn <it ^..M.'./, / •,.,• ,.,., ,,,„.;. ir ,.. •f, an ,l J,,/,,i u ., /•.,//,, ,,rnl ',; ••<*• §yi»ptoa« of Onmntption, from w ****P**l*'f*nl*ntTUi>nai*L 8h. to, onffl Dr. Sron, oftUi rftr, wkm w. h,r.»i a ft. fclrloe, rooomnuaded • trtaj at row nudfcla*. W. blmi U. kJbdnM, M •• do joar ikUl; forik* ha. racoxw) J^* J? 7 ^ 8b * to* 0 * J"»"itn»I -* but to tne from b«r coach, and call* k«rjelf Coogh. Cold, or Hoarseness, Broachiua. lu fluenza. Croup, Pneumonia. lucipient Consumption. Confirmed Consumption. A few JO.TCS ic^t ,!•.. , ;,, rurt tkf mmt <r,-rr. Dlarrhij»a .-.• •- frim CnLn r\ rut B.J« r . » AGK , Tourt wlih mCtod. and OKLANDO 8 nord, H«LBT, veil 0 » gnumua. J^CK.SOV gaze for a few moments upon the brilliant results of the " Apostolic succession." Look at 14. Nor that the Holy Ghost has done »o, even without the intention of the writers. 16. The authenticity of the reirula fidei can much easier and better be proved, than that of the books of the Sew Testament. 16. It U more correct, to found the divinity of the rtgulafidei npon itSvButhenticity, which Is undoubtedly proved, than to found the inspiration of the New Testament upon its authenticity .whichSs that doubtful step that renders the Btbliotheoary (Leasing) so discontent with all new fashioned proof* of the truth ofthe Christian religion. 17. The books of the apostles were even not considered as authentic commentary of the rtffula fidei during the first centuries. 18. The whole ralue of the apor' 'V writings, in relation to the dogma, U no oiu«r than that they take the first rank among the writings of the Christian teachers, but they are not the sources of the reirula fidei. 19. What these writings contain more than is contained in the retfula fidei, can be true or untrue, can be understood so or so These theses, says Leasing, have been collected after a careful and repeated reading of the Fathers of the Chnroh of the first four cen tnries, and I am willing to submit them to the most searching examination of the most learned theologian. He who has most read about this matter could have no other sources than I. He who has most read cannot, therefore, know more than I; and it is,by no means true, •that in order to look to the bottom of these things, so deep and extensive a knowledge U required, as some believe, and some would like to persuade the worl d. Nous n 1. 0. R.—• Symbol li the Greek tor Creed. t Tots Is a mistake of Leislng's. The Church wa> flnall/established forty days after the Ascension. _J Christ Is the Bock. St. P*ul iajri, "That Bock was florist." "Other foundation can no man lav than that Is Uid, Jems Christ." 80 the Chnrcb Is not founded onOu Svle o/faith; bat truidti by tbi Bult of Trinity cbu'rch, that huge pile of masonry which looms up heavenward ! Look upon that immense structure, which has consumed years of toil in He er»?ction ! Think of tbe blood, the bone and the sinew that have been " wrought up" in its construction 1 Think of the million of dollars that were expended npon that monster edifice, while thousands of God's poor children were crying for bread, and perishing from the frosts of winter, almost within its migbtr shadow ! Think of the poor and degraded unfortunates, whose ednoations lave been neglect»"i, who have been driven to want, beggary, wretchedness and crime, while that magnificent structure, year after rear was gradually approaching completion! Think own systems of r.'liglo . but not lilce that of the Patriarchs aud Pr..(.UeU Religion, such as the Infinite taught lo iiue. would ner<>r have been known, bad »»t Jesus Christ offend hlmsoli lo die in man's r-tvad. Therefore, sJl religion lyefore the advd! L of Cbrfst wan spurious, unless there was u Ohrrst ia it. As titan lost all, by the fall, «.. through CUsrist all things Wtre gained. I i.-refer,; Go<l i« Christ was th« author of reltgi' i. Cbrlsdadt&j '- hnino Eat. Christianity, Dot tb< Clturoh, was bruugUt from Heaven to earth in person, by Jesus Christ. He was (be Luriae Wisdom—net » philosopher—not a very ceod mac—not an angel—bill verily the ti it God Christianity is the religion of Chfit.'tana, wlio wcrv first' called such, at AiiUach. Christ b the oaly foundation, the only rock, upon whieh any sup^f- of this brilliant result of your " Apostolic enduring superstructure way b? rearrd H* succession !" Do you not fwl a glowing pride ! ff bo reject?, rpjecu everything, and all that i* in « structure which cost a mint of money, good, whether «een or nnswn, rt-alfsed or be- while the poor were crying for bread 7 Doyou | lieved,.:', Us an infidrl. Chirtstimity may l» think the blessings of God will sooner reach samim-a t.fi ia a vary fe» words aa follows : that tall spire (it being nearer Heaven) than it B«li«vin§ iu U-.d, through our Lord Jtfsu* will the cot of the humble and the Do you not feel proud of old Trinity ? But we have not done Go with us on a i Sunday to Grace street cburt-h in that same i city Look at that structure—is it not gor- j geons ? Bu'lt by the succession ! L«t us en| ter. How gloriously the sunlight streams private judgment, after sill ; Irutth&t is th« way in wUl*4. we get at tne trotti of inertly human record*,aa in ajij casaj of IsaW.wbJafi at Once destroys your claim thai the record U >n fail Me. Bali? you settle it fey tbrt latter ' method, of Church, authority, th«n We bave BOthtng lo aa/, except ng bf fcr», thai wh*n We are diivup to th»»i wt will U-oouif sSfioman Gathelir, aftd. not a heretical BlobmorMit« — We are williog to trnsf lluu tJajju u> llu> com- Vuur reaonciltatiei! of tie- Jiftjnjo soriptions of the press, i.«, to fay m I her vn-/ ue»r1y the «am» aa tbat given fcy Ur Staples, bat the fact is stU! tb» aaiiv. U>*t we •ft olillgi-d to use our falliWe rva»on^ hi tin- tiBgui?birjst truth froui error iu thoivj rMccrda. Th*y, evuleutly, atl rtrfelr to the s&me thlnjf, call it • 1 acfu«aHoii," superscfjpUon,"or "t-Bty doBS^d-affcoutit," or whit not J'uu s»y that "Ma'tUww r*-»d ihe Hebrew, »ud Luke th« Oreelt,'' fcc., fcc l>o you mean, »wyea hvnt, that in thf original langua^-a 4h>>3« fjw thjj SAiue in ward* ' If su, the question mighl be <*b»ngp<f from on^ of fact lo ivo« of hocavsty, j or saholarstsifi; imd whttf ffavs your fourtli " 4c.'' refer to 1 }^ ifiat a slv 4odaf>-, or sraj then a fcarth l.^a^uage inwhirb Ir was writ,^ tanf I>o«s > ..ur explanation Uil you j u,»4 at Christ, and doing his will ni a!4 times, in all rtNat point, au.l yea are anaMeto fit which places, and under All elrcnm«unc.-s. Tin? New j l»n<faag« wns uMl by whlcli writer, «a»v in Testament contains «nr every rule of fiith an<i I ihc «iniplf cais> of Matthew ? li is) easy u> uu practice. Whoever SJCK-S b«^voD<i fhbl. aud trusts in the Christian Fitbcr«. or tradition is not of Christ. . Christians iu tbe tin** of C'Liml and his flui miipBi n *> not «M|KU- un yon ten trt«t Anal Cnut Picioau. It m mad* tij on. «f th» bwt AemUtt U OuverW, iBd In enm all «roand u ft. hlffa.mwUi of It* rlrtam. — PhUxUpMa \[ J, fn tk? Ayer's Cathartic Pills. T UB admen) afGosniitry and M«dl.ln. hav. baj.o I «ax»d their rtmat to prodnr, tils bam, oust frtta 1 n "" e " - f ">"> » f nrj»tfv» which Is known to ma*. lanommbu frock Alm.tanc, ,*, •n shown that thtajs fOU t»n vlrtnasj which rarpM. ID MtaiUmw th. onluisrT iMdUsass, amd that tb.j wto u> vjnoadamtajdlj upon As sjtaia of all Djajn. ThayarwaiA t *<»'.u for u*,. •ad pssaaut to taksj, bU Bow.rful to em. Tb«li po»- M.,;ju«.'l, "»UB« F r,p«.t]«,tliaotat»th. vital s«Uv1tfaaiofth. bod., i ' ~"~ th. obstrnetlorjs of la crjruis, parlfy th. blood, ' _ _ . x r . ddlsesM. la^fUfBoajtMiiftmUamonvliMi I .\ \ I «»d frww dlstvnper, sttmotats titfftjb at dlsor " , . v . , , •eiwdof^DsljQtofhslr natanl sctlam,and Inport haaJlhi ' , ta» with stmarth to tbs vkoU sjium. Not ooJj J u ' I!'.!I|)OU!; •tlasf cor. tka a^rj-dav ooaplalnt. of mr, \*Aj. b« I-, uS^ .., :•„ , •Iso StrssUabfc ant) tSsngmssi •*!-—» u»t hav> barfl«] 1 no. M-I,,'~ :•. Q» beat of human akm. Who* t**/ prodsc* pow.rfcl 1 " 1 '"' '•'""' •*<«, thej an at «»• ssn. tun% la dlmnilslMd dome, tk. ' "" ' •tet and best pbjslc thai cu be «aplcy»l far ckBdwu. Sajinj (ogmr-eosSxi, tJlay an plwaaat to lak.; sad bajD« pwiljr vs^paole, m (He fna an j rtak of harm Cm. hrr»t« n msHawkfch •«.«• bafcrf w«re thwv DM snb tttnttatKl by BCD of rack cuftad swidoc aad characcw m to fcrtld th. snspUon of notmtk. tttuj «Din>ai d.r«7rara sjud physicians hem l.nt OMO- nsjuai to mrtlf> tDth* poWlc U>» rtliabUJtr •* *»i rsso«Ua«, whfl. others bare etnt me tb. eaauim, of tirfr trrnvfetloa that mj Preparations ujuti Itass tomenser/ u ttu relief of »v eflteted. snitetac feUow-OM.* Th. Apaat belaw named li plaaassi to foralah patie ea; anvrissinsUiMns^oontaia^ncdiractioei terlh.b- oeeaiid oajrfJSostaa) ef thrfr a*r«, of the (bUowiai; eomplarnts - Almanur pu f j:\ n^ ,'altfil E \'k r <i ll f r » -• III J i . ;OR i) i.i rh 'niirelv A Ir T < • I from t|.f o *'• icg iti :h*i h^a.Jt(,y flow through tbe colored glass which adcrns those i Apostles, were pure in w»rd »nd ,lped. i'bri»- soch as of tar in t gies afyrars , the tb appear the silks, the satins, tbe diamonds and blasphwnings, and when they embraced it. jewels with the colors of the kaleidoscope l b*y obeyed iU) Heavenly mandate U was A restinR upon them ' What an aristocratic con- heinous sin, in primitive times, for Christians gregation! Look at the bishop—bow fat and to becomedranlcen With wlno— to engage in sleek he looks in his robe. Think of his sala- 'hos» iports »nd amusefueBU, upon which ry ! far greater in one year, than Christ and ' they could not ask the Ulessing of God,—to go His Apostles ever received during their entire j from the com maul on Ubte to tbe ball-r«om — labors. Tbe "succession" has improved since ' Their motto was, "without holiness 110 man then ! Look how solemnly that moneyorat ' shall see the Lc*d '' (excuse the coinage) who has robbed widows But in these modern ' and orph from Christianity has that U,? reads from bis golden-clasped ' materially changed, according to the practices mec can get drunk,—swe»r of many. scientifically — play at cards — dance all night, Richmond, Bceebcr and Staple*. To the Sditor of the Aeuu : For the past few days we have been considerably interested in the efforts of Bev. James Cock Richmond, Rector of St. Paul's church, to engage Henry Ward Beecher in a theological diicuBBion ; a discussion involving the anerfons of " Apostolic Succession," the " Divine Appointment of Bishops," & 0 ., &o. Mr. BeeoterfcUlng to take oognUmice of said challenge, the worthy Rector has addressed himself through the columns of the Neva to the Rev. Mr. Staples, of yonr oity. inquiring •s to the articles of faith to which he (Mr. Sta- plet) subscribes. As a patron and reader of yonr excellent Daily, we claim that thexonntry shall have a voice in these discussions. 'As the Bev. Mr. BAohmond is very tenacious on thetubjert of creed, and persists in know. Ing Wtirt fluth an individual subscribes to, we would State for his benefit that the world is our church, man our creed and humanity our •acrament, thus acknowledging a creed which fa a constant study, and in the daily sacrameat of amnanity, we are constantly reminded of a •nlBiring and how much labor and reformatory work is needed ere man can attain the full «««Uoyment «f \ puie religion. book. How gracefully he sinks to his lusnrionsly cushioned seat and thanks God that he—has made a fortune. But let us take ! an d d° l ast as common and oDgodly sinners, a seat! Oh ! No. It is forbidden. No strangers can obtain seats here. This cfcnroh belongs to the '• Apostolic succession.'' Looks' on the pew doors to keep sinners out and saints fa, or vice versa! It matters not wheth- j er the owner is in attendanee or not, those sa : cred boxes cannot be defiled by the tread of plebeian feet. No feet but those belonging to ' those who sustain the " succession" can tread | these carpeted slips, (we've attended Grace j street church and occupied a perpendicular ' ttandee,) during service. | What think ye, brother Richmond? Will a future world reveal a Heaven, where pews are locked, bishops mitred, and aristocracy and money, the passport* to its enjoyments 1 would Christ and His Apostles be received should they appear in this church with their flowing beards, tattered garments, and bruised feet? The sexton would politelv inform them (hat this was the Chnrcb of tbe " Apostolic 8«o- cession," and stragglers could not be admitted. Believe you, brother Richmond, that God smiles npon yonr expensive theology ? for we We hive neard IfetBT,. Be echer, Staple, and Richmond as pnWio .peakaM, «,d of the tot nanwd two, were very tiwtattw, Aato ««dano.»t 8t P*nl'« once, who deUght will not insult the name of religion by calling it such. Think yon, that yonr tall spires, the crowning point of prodigality, and a wasteful expenditure of money, meet the approval of the Divine Being J No: those costly edifices stand as lasting monuments to the poor of New York wbo bave died for the want of that very food which conk have been purchased by the very means which were expended in tbat cold mass of masonry. Christ and his Apostles bear but little resemblance, either in practice or profession, appearance or style, to those belonging to the Church of the " Succession." they di J not roll to a house of worship in cushioned carriages, with servants in livery, to. minister to indolence and love of ease. Christ's -dally walk was among the poor and^edy, among the pleblsns of earth. He Visited the sick andi the distressed, bared the diseased and afflicted, whispered consolation 'to the troubled. He sought to ^elevate the-unfortunate. " Mind not the high things ofllfe, but condescend to men of low estate," were the 'words of tfej Apostle. No canted aisle ever felt the pres-i sure of the Saviour's faet. /His hands never rested on velvet desks while in the attitude of prayer. No response was ever made to his prayers by richly clad aristocrats reading from, gilt^dged'prayer books. ; "Ij Look *t the glorious truths uttered by and still be just as good Christians as the very best in tl.c Church Their motto Is, let us have rev* ^ and mirth all the week, and Sunday say our prayers, going to the communion once a quar'.r r That Chri • mity shouM be very pure, which caJls «1] 6l her systems of faith spurious, and that Presbyter should he) a very holy I who publishes to the world tbat all otber j church organisations are fovtnded in "error and | falsehood." L*t bin trim dwells iu a glass house uot throw stones. Is it possible Uiat that faith wfciwh Christ brought from and taught to aaaa, is only embraced by a few Higb Churchmen 7 Are tuere no Christians outside of «be Episcopal Chnroh ' The Bev. J. C. Richmond affirms this: He declares the creeds of other Chdrohex, or their church organizations, §ach as «L« Froebyterians—old and new school,—th« Congregalionallsts, the Baptists, Methodists, &c. &«., are rounded in "error and falsehood,*'and that their ministers are daily and hourly sinning against the Episcopal Church, which is a daughter of the Catholic, or Romish Chnroh, as w» shall «ec here after,and consequently a!I those who are mem- hers of good standing in those churches, are in error and falsehood, and must be lost In perdition We believe Christianity has a wider mission than merely to save a few high-churchmen. We believe there in a hosLof Qod's elect In all the churches. It will not do, under the garb of Christianity, with one fell stroke to Bund to everlasting woe snob reformers of the world as Luther, W,.Bley,Bunyan,Judson, Edwards, &c. In what churches have arisen the most self-sacrlflel»g men, b«t in Itesfj very Genevan heretical otganlaations?' Jfe. Rich, mond, when yon look over the walls of your "Great High Church," anfl •ee'ehrlstianlty working good among men under tfee fttfdanoe of other churches of the lord Jesus, timem- if account* ef ttiaj genaoko- order of Use leoipistioiie sect) sjt the total the Jeiual of Peter; the* hoaff ofthsi cruciuxtofi, &c. t if tfte ttrileri \terr /fiUi^lt, tttld g«»e only lie esewa- Ual fact.*, l>u; it U impossible to them if tl»e writfrri wrote tmd^r the oa« dictation ot tbn Holy Spirit. It Bjst tuott oaoJiJ and discr*»lns>tinj lectures upoa th» iuipiratlori of ib« Bible, as Ibcse given by Mr. Staples, thai >«ry UB»XT are saved from utter denial of th* Bible. »uJ we ahould be thankful for ihem. intended to notice your r«msrk MolUer C1iar«b, ? '(lBeuiiitg the Episcopal) knors not wbat theso thissjs mean. I coujd not belp thinking tbat» Romatt Oath- olio would smile about it, for it is well known that some of the abieat and bekt mea. ev«o BUhopi of yw CUureh, iiave admitted that theft) are mistakes ia the leUo of- tils) Bible, although not iu ita Bio/»iity and religion; ia Astinotion whi<?U will not t» appreciated by , those w*o .heard Mr. Staples' remarks on lhl« point j and U I mistake not tbe CoUaSrian* of this count*/, have re-pnMiih«d • v«lut»« ef csaays upon tbii, and kind»e<i subject*, as e»pressln«; ihe "licston Nrttons.' 1 Voor re- vetit light, bright, aad ihtalcg, f. W ttuhlo- eon, has bwn batter apprBci«*»d ty C»ita- risasthanby i.ig own "Uepdminatton. Voa mu«t Ee familiar with tLu vitjwa ol Arobkish- crp:Wtately, as exprwssed la Us suiiuoiu »a tbe pri clpal Christtaa frstivals, and of Bishop Kornet on the «th atlfele, or Bisbop Hi»d», of Norwich, or Bishop H»mpdi», of Maurioe, Joartt, and I know not how many nwr« Why do you riot acknowledge that there Is s* much dlvfeion on these subjects in your Church, as oat of U ? Of do yoa ignof* tbe Jow dhurcbu.es, as fcerettcs ? I/«o, U w«nJ4 •eeai tn»t being in, and e»«o reiaalsiii>g in, y»nr Apostolic snocessicn, does •<* prevent any awn from bscomJng heretics, sud yon vronld not say thai it hu tlicayi Bftoos ConptabiU, Rheumatism, Drtjpav. Hee4scbe srladn* from a fool stoouch, Itaa- eea, Indlnardoo. Morbl4 Inaction of th. Bowels and Pate ar1sui( tberetnnn, FlsSoleiie*, tarn at AppeUt*. aU Cleft- ons and CwtaneDoe Dtoeasse which require aa •varoaoi m«*rin*, fJOTOralai or Kin*s «wO. Ttey ajeo, b» purlf» ing Ae blo«I «n4 stlmnfann« tht STStam. cure many mmplxfalt* which M wonl4 sot b* sn,n»javxl fk«y could reajfh. nich M DexAieea, Partial BUndceae. Nerjralijla end Servona IrtltabllRy,Denotements of the IjTerand KM BCTa, Oont, enA othe* kindred *nmpU!nt» aitaiug traea * \am Mat* of tfca) fcody or otetmrtkm of. rie foBrtions. Do oot he poS 08 hy nprlaeiplajd 4ealen with soa. athtr plB tkej nujke more sro«t on. Ask Cat Am's Pnu, and taie nothlna; sl«e. w 0 ath*t they rma fin JOQ anmfem* wtth thU In Its tatrtnelc nine w conrJn evwan Th» ale* want the bees aid then U t* UMO, erel they ahonkl tar, IL Prapaped by Dr. J. 0. AYEB, PrsMticsJ asd la*lytle»l Cnamurt, Lowtll, Has» ' fua •• Ofs. n» Box. rrvi Boxn. roa | i, BOLD BT JOB* RICI, j town fn the United •rtle AU \K\ •iy in it* (*\>roa.), DR. M'LANE'S, CF.LF.BRATF.D VERMIFUGE »MJ.E>i. N t. W '1 K AT \ A NT) LIVER PILLS. t oufidt ntial A T Ule B«ffalo Pr'y»l« Ho.pHa Cttr» \,i\ > E beg leave to call the atten- 4 . , D . lruffi , 1Il f tion of the Trade, and morf l oclurnmj Eml """»- of Syphlj- . Yoatb »mt M«tur*tv r>v .Jr BnSmJ., N. T Offlc., roriier .f »l» *, (ap »l»!rs ) A MOST SCIENTIFIC IN«INT1«\ J I) Ac.—can conjo&tlr vuh TOCNfl «SM TAKk AMOU * SC*N t»k. ? cure of ihf above jittrw t le»l by the most emiUf only useful in«rTllncnl eT-r i «e<*r-t fuibu , ctuird fcy the n bj ro»il ut n Self to be) that nnlesa you fa»ve ehqrity 700 bare nothing, are fc.thing, cad will! 1» worBy than nothing in the great day of .oar Lord.— Chgfttanity teMUe»^,s.t!tt-to >• ohiiriubl^ and If iti. deyoteua are nit, to, whom ahafl the rTorWIodlk for* paUern » CbristlanH^ and the Cftnrch are tr*ated,bf tbwHllvaokee ftm- bytet, aa one and the ssuae, and all who differ are denomln»te4 as Of tlie distent. Norry'this U aoi abiurdlly. There can be no diuentlnf oharohes, nalen there Is an established ohuroh frota beoaalng sinnefg; it oooars, tb*rw- fore, toan ontside layman to aik. "If being in the succession, does not »»»« men, eitb«r from error or tin; of what HM la it ?'< I have nnbnrfhened myielf and feel gotue better. 1 beg pardon ol yout readers, for I know they are tired of thti thing. I beg pardon of Mr. Staple* for using thng publicly ray recollection of the lertnrw, -which J un- dsrstafcd be is refjneitor] by • targe «uto- ber o/ patltionen to publish, and to y«a, toy de»r sir,; I My (njran my buaor, as a prtvitt, thatabnbe, qnewHoe'a of law or tU\ M yo* pa>«se, ticnatfarth'jo& ttoM receive BO fr«mth.B. especially the Physicians of the < ll^^^mS™. country, to two of the most popular remedies now IK-fore the public. We refer to . Br. eyas. N'laitfN ffltbrald Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them a$ universal C lire-alls, but simply for 1 what their name purports, viz. • THE VKRMM-TfiK. for expelling Worms from tht human system. It has also beer adminisfered with the most satis- foctory results to various Animal* subject to Woirns. THE LIVER PILLS, For the cure of Li V£R COMPLAINTS. all BILIOLS DERANGEMENTS, SICK HIHII h) j ) J A 1). •mport-in: HEAD-ACHE, ftc. FF.VF.R In cases of AGUE, Christ, and whtoh are the "bw'sef a pnre Christianity, and then compare them with the tin •el, t^ einptj thow, thVgUtt«r : and saperflol- ClrooMCoan, KNwaak*. OoaotT. , u tte abore aoUtfsM aettoo, dates} »*bru«ryai,lfS,),ish»U«p*efor sale at»d sou at ftibllo aa^ieo, »t tfc. Poit-0«ce, tot U» CUw af Mnw»B,t«rc,a- S4narda>r>l »•»* »«H *»r •» ' J»lr U>A J "">* at t&a koar ofl» r. «., of dcaerJbtd inwitagtxi premlstt, to ralM "J>».«lial.an(Uwid«(ion«.ha.. I <«f latSo. one. in' Uaiied churoh, tte Bp(BcopU, : .>na all •jhnrphej! twa »aidlo '-have <J*es?irteB from it — Tbliniftjbetrne. Bat iaScotlamitli«e»tali.* ' preparatory to or atrer taking Quinine, they almost invariably m^Jce i speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for .the above men tioned diseases, riiey are Unrivaled md never known to fail when ad ministered in accordance with i directions. Their Unprecedented popuJariti has induced the proprietors, FLEMING BROTHERS, . ' PlTTSiU'RGH, PA. to Dispose of their Drug business in,-which th*y have been success ftifly engaged'for the last Twenty 5Tears, a»cfthey'.will now give thcii widivided'time and attention tc .heir/nanufacture. .Andbeihgde- teprined that 'Dr. M'Lane'4 Cele" Vermifuge "and Liver Pill« '^|i continue -to occupy the high portion they now hojd among-the great remedies.of the day, they to spare neither time not expe'use in procurfng the Best . Purest ^rhatcria], and com- Ip = the moat thorough Address. aJl orders to ohureJi is the Bplscopal. fa t!rberoBbeft«]bitsli- can be no dlsse»t-; nsinUnce «w«itobe fll*t«ase, be^ , * CUR£ VV ARRANTK1) ' Dr. 1MOS i SON hav Jevote.l -^., ,,; i clu.lT«lj lo this peculiar cl«M if maja.l,.. ! r«ltif Ihej have cuD-«-t|a<:ntl; Bern -nat<le<i ! U>«lr Wlow cr-Mturr«, la full; tntifl^l » n i | acs.nowl.dyyd by convalescent yAUt-uiit t i JaJljr arrivuin in luwn from all paru ,l ifce t the vxprcas purpose ouij of cuQsu.tatln:i^ orertkinj havs D«n crowne.1 *•,:, it,, :u .,.\ vantancs , yK from «hai lti»y -«v- ,, ,.rr ••; I tumng Into tin- cauj« ,jl tn u «n .af-ci;."., • | ^fram their turMt tltnpte c«ti«tu.on ..» :i -»i . t&lned th« puasitllity af their pr-v-nt;. a «^, %D»i li«ew!ae invariably founj that 'jie D.. anil mali^TDant fortoa of itieease >-oulil %iin»«t tx traced to one of th* ryllow;ni( .-muat-a, neglect, or the 111 «ff«-u> of uuakillful ^n.i treatment; therefore. On. A«ot * So« ,ia>a in discovering, in tn<- telecilon ™r :*,, r r, «afe, fffrctuaj and cautlooa course, imitti blnatlon of remedies which bear in -.,ulv a ter, as well as those whoae prvnmtur.. ir m n i plication mlglu b- productive -if 'it.l ;. r'«.-. loe hau.la of private Indlvlduala. In «h..f, ble end of their remedtea ;. it.* l..«-.e t ui;rf mass of human misery by ihe %ileviat-...n prevention uf those grlevnua 4nl:c-i .«s -.h reajlty the decret fies uf life, a.nu «>• --n, «i. extecslvelj lurroand iw, call ai.. u .l ' ..- if Interference in tnelr extenumal.on UOCNTBY LNVALIli.- Persi ns m any part of the world TIHV -.., . treated by forwarding a cermet .|et»i: With a remittance for Medicines, «c Address Or. AMOS t BON, corner v|, , , street,Bnffaln, N. T ,„- T'ln. I li K I JK ST AIE OF WISCONSIN , Olrcull Court, Milwaukee County against Christian Henry Meyer, and Mariar-i I..>».|, 8. Brown, Davl- O. Power, Edw.n iu.se \1 P Merrill, Nelson Webster, Ch»rlej »' K Deiffier K»e3li«s;, B. HodJu an.l .4 \v ,;, AdmlQlstrmtors of the ejtaia uf Johu C LeK. ceased, Ormand T. Crane, Charles r Bo.ie A, trator o« the estate of Char es (t. Schre ner ed, James W. A«eiell and He. man 8. c ntfercd _ a IOKA i " - v ...».od F«Iirurt- TJ 3, 1909,1 shall expose for isle and tell at Publl,- t • Uoo, at Ihe Post-Office, m ihe City of Milwaukee in 9tsl dtajr af July, 1^,9 ihat Jat. ihe loll u i .< N • r - , 'I IAA4IT ^V M.»KK.«T -T ^f A ti ^ iiT . • . TN Tlrtne of and purtnaal to a judgment rent 1 uldOoan Intbeabore entuie,i»ctioa v dated attheaour of of , a scribed mortpned premta. a or 10 much i hereof be ncmarj to rmlae the amount of i_i.u Ji.i nd cogti, together with th. fjpen . t , as m«v tot oumber tUl« 1D ,J the half f •», , . of th« City of M,iw«u»V» u- IB» oa timarack wreet, bitw^n Firth '.„,, Bxthi Kr«eta, all In the County ,,f «,i, , l4 ^ awl Mat* of Wisconsin." DM*} Sheriff 1 .- Office, Milwaukee, A ,,rH ^ MM apr8-8m-lln2w Sheriff uilwaute^ Co , w 606] SHEltltt'N STATE Of WISCONSIN, , Circuit Cirarl. Milwaukee Counfy f uaei S. Brown, Joshua Hatbaway au.t Th,i u ,,. dan, against A. Patterson Pmlth s,nd Alfred E.lw«Ja foreclosure. i > o w • IN Tlrtna of aad pnnuai b-ial4 Oa»rt, in the a «nt to a JuJ»,n«nt rend.r-a . , March 1T.18W, I»haU *spo«efor sale and .ell at Pub;lo HOUOD, al tue Post Omce, In the elty of Milwaukee. ? "»*«" la r» the «d day of July, ii-sv, .1 tt« houwf 9 ». ». of that dmj, the following deapnbed DOrtgHted premises, or u much I'-enrof ai may- be nr- ccoaiy to ralia th* amount of said jadgment, Intereit and costs, together with the expenses or tale, to wit "Block number «wenly-eJgbt <J8), O f Cl.r.k'i sddltloa, lntb*Ilghth Ward, of the city of Ml). nuke* and county of Mllwaokw, and titata erf , UllwaakH, April lit, 1«8». A. J.HJOWOBTU . c*., - 0. * i hi --n blind f IV Oy Irll^.ltf t,, HK.iItl.V9 •' open r-celre.1 by H-IT >f »rioin Sai'. "••• '1-1,1 their light ' -r, irum IU mil rentla tr clat»d Is, th.i» ho i. :,nly wtl •II par's or th« rountry, Iti.l .|l early recelreil c-lijei So Fu\1 r-qmred fc.r .u - »ppr-- ta from be „,. •>hen iho patient is r^cciv^K u r • fyf In be aaj jratH on . plication a* akoT*.

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