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Volume XVI-Ne. 183.
LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880:
Price Twe Cents.
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BT STEINMAN & HENSEL,
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Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gughenheimer, Hannissville, Overhelt
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AB work guaranteed and satisfaction given '
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& KIEFFEB, nianulacturers of
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FUBNISIIING GOODS. Special attention given
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SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1880.
THE SERVANT OP RELIGION
Hew It Has Become Degraded te Vice uud
Krrer Through Uncltatity and Un
truth Seme Fumeutt and Infa.
meus Pictures and
BEATING THE RAILROAD COMPANIES
A Tramp's Account of IIew it is Dene Dedg
intc the'Conducter and Ilrakenien.
The Untrue and Unchaste in Art.
Itev. W. F. Cratts in Christian Mission.
In a second visit te the great picture
galleries of Europe I have often recalled
tlnee art criticisms of clear-seeing, un
prejudiced children. In the presence of
one of the countless pictures of the cruci
lied Christ, which have the unauthorized
hale about his brew, a little one exclaimed,
"IIew could they kill Jesus when the liht
was shining all round his head !" The
child, having no guide book te tell him te
admire thcpictuie, looked at it in the clear
light of reason and the hale became a blot
At another lime a pure-minded little girl
en entering one of the galleries of sculp
ture where the nudities of heathenism were
exhibited without even a single fig-leaf of
disguise, quickly covered her eyes with her
hand and exclaimed, " Oh, hew vulgar !"
In contrast with these two art com
ments I often recall the remark of another
thoughtful child, who steed beside her
garrulous mother before the most famous
and most draped of the Madennas, and
after the latter had peuicd forth for some
time a tide of thoughtless and wordy ad
miration, the little one exclaimed in sur
prised repieaeh, "Oh, mother, hew can
you talk !" Thus the unprejudiced and
uncemiplcd minds of childhood, as Geerge
MacDonald has well said, "strike the very
heart of truth at once," and while they
feel the power of the noblest pictures and
statuary te their very souls, turn with pain
from the untrue and unchaste, which are
allowed no small place in the great collec
tions of ait.
In this connection there is much signili
eance in the following statistics which we
recently made in the Ufiizi Gallery at
Florence a fair representative in the
matter refencd te of the ether great gal
leries, seen before and since, at Paris,
Munich, Vienna and Keme : Number of
representations of the Virgin Mary in the
gallery, 1G2 ; of the Virgin Mary holding
the Christ-child (in all but one of which
the human mother is made mere promin
ent than the Divine Child,) 14e ; of Christ
as a babe, 144 ; of the dying or dead Christ,
:ti) ; of St. Peter, 13 ; of Mary Magdalen,
le ; of the living Christ in his earthly
ministry before the passion and the cress,
13 ; of Christ after the resurrection, 4 ; of
Abraham ellering Isaac, 7 ; of Eve, .1 ; of
Hercules and ether personifications of
phys'Cil strength in athleties,21 ; of Venus,
including the same idea of physical love
in several Lcdas, 17 ; of Uacchus and ether
personifications of physical appetite and
revelry iii bacchantes, 10; of Mars repre
senting physical conflict, 4 ; of Apelle,
with chief emphasis en the leprescntatien
of physical manhood, 9 ; of .Minerva, as
the leprescntativc of mental power, :); and
el June and Mercury, 2 each.
The first reflection from the representa
tive figures (whose relative significance
would net be changed if all the great gal
leries had been thus classified, instead of
one) is that art has been greatly cramped
by superstition into servile imitation, into
the nauseating repetition of a few subjects,
when it might have used the same time
and talent in producing nobler and mere
varied repiescntatien. Fer intance, what
intelligent Protestant cares for any of the
Madennas after the ten grcate.it, which ex
press every phase of the miraculens
motherhood and the Divine childhood,
and leave te the lesser ones nothing te de,
unless te mar and weaken the gieat mys
tery'.' IIew much better if some of the
time given te the thousands of unhelpful
pictures of the Madenna had been devoted
te presenting upon canvas Christ's
word picture of "The True Madennas,"
as given in Matt, xii., 40-30, which affords
far mere room for artistic talent than the
usual monotonous representation of a
mother and child, with or without Jeseph,
Elizabeth and Jehn the Baptist. "When in
Christ's life en earth men attempted te
put mere honor upon Mary than upon
ether Christian men and women, expecting
him te step iu the midst of a gospel ser
mon because his mother had come and
wished te speak te him, "He stretched
forth his hand toward his disciples and
said, Hebeid my mother and my brethren !
Fer whosoever shall de the will of my
Father which is in heaven the same is my
bi ether and sister and mother." Above
this passage, and with this scene as the
background, let artists picture " The True
Madennas" men and women who minis
ter te the souls and bodies of the peer, the
prisoners and the sinful, of whom Mary
was but one of millions. " Blessed among
women," but net lifted above them ; much
mere net raised above her Divine Sen ami
Lord, as the aitists have se generally and
se falsely pictured her at the bidding of
superstition. Instead of se many repre
sentations of the Christ-child (few of which
de net dishonor him in. favor of his human
mother) hew much better if art had pic
tured mere of his earthly misery, with all
its inspiiatieus te doing geed. Instead of
such an excess of dead or dying Christs
would it net have been better te make
equally prominent, as the Bible docs and
art does net, his resurrection, ascension
and present intercession in heaven ?
If it be said that artists made what was
demanded, we reply that genius has no
meie right te utter a lie iu marble or upon
canvas than in a history or a sermon, and
the artists who for superstition's geld
blessed what Ged had net blessed are as
much te blame as the false prophets, who,
for royal geld and popular favor, spoke
"smooth" rather than true things and
" prophesied deceits." Many of the great
masters, whose portraits of human forms
are se tiue and life-like that, like Michael
Angele in the presence of another's statue
of Mark at Florence and his own of Moses
at Reme, we cxplaira, "Why dost thou
net speak te me?" are inexcusably untrue
in the representation of Divine persons and
sacred things. There is a certain class of
pictures in which a technical untruth is
the deepest form of truth, as when Paelc
Veronese,in the largest painting of Europe,
represents as gathered about Christ in
" The Marriage Feast of Canna," net the
Galileans of that place but representatives
of all parts of the world, who are being
made one in him. "We have no reference
te such allegorical pictures, but te
these which assume te be historical
and yet misrepresent the truth te the
people mere seriously because mere vividly
than a written history could jde ; some
from carelessness in ascertaining the
actual facts, but mere te support some
error of corrupt religion by false testimony
te the eyes of men. Of the careless sort
is that picture of the amiable Fra An An
gelice, which represents Peter as cutting
off the ear of Malchus with a modern
razor instead of a "sword" mentioned
in the gospels ; and also his picture of
Jehn the beloved as literally,net erientally,
"leaning upon Jesus's besom," and that,
te, at a modern table rather than an
ancient triclinium. This latter is one of
the least excusable and most common
with lies of the " Great Masters " of mis
representation, and produces a ludicrous
difficulty when the woman who wished te
anoint Christ's feet finds it necessary te
twist it out from under the table into a
very awkward and uncomfortable position
before she can bathe it with her tears.
Equally ncdless and provoking is the un
truth is dress which is se habitual with
ths great artists of the past, who generally
ignore the real picturesque oriental gar
ments of Bible characters, and cither strip
them te a nudity which they would never
have allowed in life or disfigure them with
modern or monkish robes that, like
Jeseph's bloody coat carried te his father
te convey a false impression, arc unspoken
Time and space would fail te tell of the
ether falsehoods in the most famous pic
tures David in a statue at Florence with
a sword for Goliath that is hardly long
enough for himself; Christ standing te
deliver the sermon en the Mount, as repre
sented in the Sistine chapel, when the
Bible expressly declares that he "sat;"
seven fish and seven fowl pictured in the
capitol at Reme as being prepared by Mar
tha of Bethany for Christ and her house
hold of three ; baby Moses represented in
Ufiizi gallery at Florence en a river bank
with no rushes at all in sight ; hundreds
of babies being killed by order of Hered,
in the little village of Bethlehem, wheie
there could net have been mere than a
score of " two years old and under ;"
Christ and his mother handling rosaries
and wearing crowns or geld wheels or
gilded horse-shoes en their heads ; Jeseph,
Mary's betrothed young lever, pictured as
gray or bal.d ; persons in the robes of nuns
or monks in Bible scenes ; Jehn, the "son
of thunder," with a woman's head ; Magi
kis.iing Christ's tee and worshiping Mary
en a tin one; Galilean fishermen just in
from a hard night en the lake represented
by Raphael, in his famous cartoons, in
exactly the same togas and with the
same cast of body and head as the
gowned philosopher? of Mars Hill te whom
Paul is represented as speaking in an
ether of the same set of cartoons. Even
that very lovely untruth of Cerreggio's
his picture of the "Hely Night" when
Christ was born which, unlike almost
every ether representation of the scene,
rightly makes Christ, rather than his
mother, the prominent figure, conveys a
very untrue conception of the incarnation,
in making the Christ-child radiate light
through the stable and upon his mother's
and the shepherds' faces as evidence of
his divinity. The Ged-given sign by
which the shepherds were te knew Jesus
was net a radiance or a hale but rather the
sign of all ether children of that land, te
share whose humanity he had laid his
glory by: "Ye shall find him wrapped in
swaddling clothes." The Bible picture
brings Christ nearer than any artist's pic
ture of unreal and untrue haloes. "In
all things Christ should be made like unto
his brethren," in pictures as he was in his
history, and he is se represented in Thor Ther
waldsen's matchless statue of Christ and
a few ethers of the greatest Christ figures.
Hew untrue te the Bible description of
Christ also are the artists that never make
a smile en his face ! IIew then could the
children ever have come te him ?
But hew can we characterize that greater
blot en pictures and statues which is se
painfully frequent the unchaste in art ?
We may admiic the matchless skill which
embodied the heathen conceptions and oc
casionally rose above them in such sta
tues as the half dozen noblest Venuscs,
which might mere fitly be called statues
of true womanhood ; but when modern
aitists attempt le reproduce, in a Christian
age, the unspeakably corrupt and corrupt
ing legends of antiquity they lend their art
te the downward forces of society, and
that, tee, far mere culpably then these ai
list whom they imtate, who had only the
moral light of the heathen age. What city
would endure a restoration of the worship
of Venus? Why, then, should a
city endure in its art galleries painted or
marbel "portraits of sensual women as
Venuscs V The same figures quickly pho
tographed fromlife would net be tolerated.
What new element enters into the case
when an artist, somewhat mere slowly,
takes the actual portrait from life and
calls it Eve, or Mary Magdalen, or Susanna,
or Diana? It is one of the strange things
tee in this matter that the very persons
who arc historically famous for ilccing
from impurity are painted in such a way
as te reuse temptations te impurity in
these who sec them.
It is a sufficient answer te these who say
that nudity is necessary te the highest art
that the most famous representations of
classic and Christian subjects arc in many
cases these which arc net fully draped.
Ne ancient Venus stands as high as the
draped Venus de Mile. Ne naked statue
of Mars equals in artistic rank the fully
clothed figure of that deity, in the beauty
of his armor, which stands in the capitol
at Reme. Ne naked statue of the ancient
emperors is te be mentioned with that
magnificent and fully clothed statue of
Augustus in the Vatican. The statue of
Diana at the Naples museum, which is
counted equal, if net superior, te any
ether figure of this goddess, is clothed te
th j very nec'-c. The greatest of Madennas
Raphael's ' lu chaise, in the Pitti gal
lery at Florence does net leave even the
shoulder or the babe of Mary unclothed.
Artistic skill can prove itself even mere in
copying drapery than nudity. Let ushave
no less of art, but mere regard in its work
te the true and the chaste, that art may
net be, as of old, the servant of vice and
error but of morality and religion.
The Life of a Tramp.
"I thought the tramps went Seuth in
"Seme of 'cm de, of course. But net
se many as you think. Them fellers what's
inclined te be sick'gcnerally docs. My
lungs have been troubling me lately, and
I've been thinking of starting for Flerida
myself. I don't knew though. ; Seut'iern
railroads arc awful hard te beat, and walk
ing don't agree with me."
" IIew would you proceed te the south
"I'd strike the captain of one of the
freight beats going te Richmond for a free
ride. If that wouldn't work, I'd .go en
beard when I had a chance, and hide my
self among the freight. The P., W. and
R. read, running south from this city is
decidedly 'N. G.' I've tried beating it
once or twice, and always get kicked off
between stations. The easiest railroad m
the country te beat is the Michigan Cen
tral. I tell you what I did once. There's
an express train leaves Detroit for Chi
caze at about eleven o'clock at night
It steps at Wayne junction, Ann Arber
and Jacksen. Between Jacksen and
Chicago. I think it only steps twice,
When the train pulled out of the De
treit depot, one March night, in 1877,
Ne. 13 EAST KtNO- STREET,
THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 1880.
WILL Ol'KX TIIEIlt
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HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, CORSETS,
APRONS, WHITE GOODS, &c.
CALL- AND SEE!
I bounced en the front of the express
car. The doers of the express cars en
these big through trains, you knew, are
always kept locked and barred. The mes
sengers carry big sums of money, and arc
afraid of being robbed. One time some
men did get en the train and sawed their
way through the front deer of the car, but
the express messenger was up te snuff
and shot one et the gang, liie ether two
jumped from the train and escaped. Well,
as I was saying, I get en the platform
and rode through te Ann Arber all right.
My racket was te get off the train when
we stepped, and keep en the side of the
cars from the station until they started up.
At Ann Arber the brakeman must have
seen me get en, for when l.e had pulled
out about two miles the train stepped and
I was put off. The moment the train
started I jumped en again. They saw
me, and by the time the train had stepped
the second time the conductor and brake
man were tearing mad.
"If yen get en here again,' the conduc
tor said, 'I'll break every bone in your
"I get en though all the same, but this
time en the cow-catcher of the engine. As
luck would have it they didn't see me
when I get en. At Jacksen I went back
te the express car again and lode clear
through te the grand crossing at Chicago,
without being bothered. It's terrible
wearing en a fellow's nerves though that
kind of business.
"Engineers and firemen never give a
fellow away. They're the best set of men
all the way through I ever met. They al
ways seem te like it when they see a tramp
giving the conductor and brakemen trou
ble. Many's the time I rode en engines
when the fireman and engineer both knew
it and wouldn't give it away.
"Anether big ride I made one night
was from Teledo, Ohie, te Cincinnati. I
left Teledo at about ten-thirty en the
night express of the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton railroad. It was se dark
you could net see your hand before you
and it was raining like fury. When the
train pulled out I steed en the platform of
the second car from the rear and just in
front of the Pullman. The conductor passed
through and said 'tickets.' I told him I was
going te ride out te the air-line junction
three miles from the city, lie said:
' All right ; be sure yen get off there.'
The moment the deer of the sleeper closed
after him I get onto the brake, reached up,
caught held of the top of each car at the
end, and pulled myself up. Yeu knew
hew a Pullman is made en top? Well, I
just laid down flat, and holding en te the
ventilators with my hands, I rode clear
through te Dayton. There's a covered
depot there, and I knew it. When the
train pulled in I steed very innocent like
en the platform, and get oft' with the rest
of the passengers. When it pulled out I
managed te get en top again before the
conductor came through. In the morning
I was in Cincinnati. Tramps call the read
one of the hardest in the country te work.
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Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
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consumption, and when we reflect that this
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a bottle of Lecher's Itenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferer ter their neg
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Many people make drug shops of their
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Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
A1"S K1UNKY PAI.
The enlv cure for Phibetes. Gravel. Pieimv.
ISright's Disease, Pain in tin; l'.iick. Inutility te
lletain or Expel tin- Urine, Caturrli of the Illiid
iler, Affections of the Spine, uml Diseases et
the Kidney, Illuilder and Urinary Organs. It
nreiils internal medicine: i-t comfortable te
the patient; curtain in its effects. Sold by all
druggists or sent by mail en receipt of price,
$2.00. IMy's Kidney Pad Company. Teledo,
Olde. ANDKUW U. FKET,
Distributing Agent ter Lancaster County.
Agenev, corner North Qncen and Orange
Street.", Lancaster Pa. uprlH-lytl
rpe THE SUI'IOSKIXG UUMAMTY
N. LEWEST, M. D.,
Ne. 241$ WEST KING STREET,
Di:. I.EWIX, who linsnccn n resident of Lan
caster but a lew months, is a graduate of the
University of Dorpat, ItiihSia, with u practic
ing experience et t clveyears.in which period
lie has been acting as Itcgiuicntal Physieian iu
M. Peteisburg, and atterwards practiced in
I.erlin, Germany, with great success.
We call the attention of the suffering public
te the fact that he sueeesstully treats
and all chronic disea-cs. The severest eases et
Chronic Catarrh cured iu a short time.
Kcfcrciiccs and testimonials lrem former
patients can be seen at my office.
Persons without means 'ill only be asked
payment for medicines. Communications from
a distance attended te bv mail.
"I LAD TIDINGS !
TO THE AFFLICTED
WHO HAVE LOST ALL CONFIDENCE IN
PHYSICIANS AND I)i:UGS.
Remember, under the Omnipathlc practice
of DIJ. GREEN E.nearlyail formsefili.seaseare
cured. Over -KM) of the most difficult (se-called)
incurable patients, from the best lamilies in
Lancaster, under his charge.
ASTONISHING CURES te tell you It you'll
call at our officer.
JOHN GOODMAN, who has tested the med
ical abilities of Lancaster's M. Ds. for 13 years,
se cured in two weeks as toge te work. J ACOIt
PAINTER, 430 Locust street, n sufferer for 11
years, all the time doctoring, cured in two
weeks. Rev. JOHN HUNTER.fennerly pastor
of Church of Ged, of Lancaster, is here recog
nizing his friends with lii.s lett eye with which
he lias been blind for KJ years. Several persons
cured of consumption": one has gained 'SI
pounds in five weeks. WILSON HAMILTON.
:'! East King street, consumptive ler ten
years, has gained a pound a day for ten days.
CHRISTIAN ROOTV brought here, Jan. '-y,,
in a earriuge, ami Feb. 2S, walked here withent
aid. One of the best known citizens, who was
unable, under the treatment et leading physi
cians, te raise his arm ler 10 years, was cured
in Itiluys. T.. S. KAUFFMAX.ef Millersville.
led in blind Feb. II, with betli his eyes looking
like dots of bleed, could see the paintings en
his walls March 5. Xe pills or poisons placed
in the stomach ; all the remedies placed en the
outside of the body.
Catarrh Cured ferSOeents. Consultation tree.
IMS. C. A. GISEKNi;,
2SG North Queen St leet.
EOR SALE OH UEX'l.
STOKE ROOM FOIt KENT, NO. 114 X.
Queen street. Possession given January
1st. Apply at
da-tfdl Ne. 112 North Ouecn Street.
Turn rnninc Vn 1'XIS Vnrtli Yln.n &.
suitable for ihotegraih"gallcrv. new eccuniccf
uy.i . saurmaii. iippiy 10
AShullIe Ueaid in Geed condition, with
lour sets of quoits, will be sold cheap. Apply
te H. L. MISI1LER.
miJ-tM 113 East King Street.
A COLLAR FACTORY AND LEATHER
STORE FOR RENT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere for rent.
Alse suitable for any ether business. Apply te
JiTu,Tli4Stfd JOHN A. SHORER.
Four Acres of Geed Laud with a Frame
Heuse and Geed Rarn.situated en the Harris
burg pike, within the city limits.. Inquire of
ni21-lwd Ne. C Court Avenue.
The fcceend story of Kslileman & Rath-
von's Ranking Heuse, at Centre Se uare. and
aNe a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a It. 11. Depot, en Chestnut street.
Ii. F. ESIILEMAN.
f23-2td&SU Atterncy-at Law
17IRE PROOF SAFE FOIt SALE.
. A Fire I'roet Safe (Mesler, Rahman & Ce.,
Cincinnati make), 3ljnclies high, 20! wide ami
24 deep, weigiit 1,200 pound-, wltli" Sargent's
Patent Night and Day Combination Leck, for
sale cheap. Apply at the
, Jan2-tfd INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
On WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1SS0. will be
sold at public sale, valuable HOUSEHOLD
AND KITCHEN FURNITURE of the estate e
Jus per Yeates Conyngham, deceased, at Ne. 2S
Seuth Queen street, Lancaster, Pa., viz: One
Viane, two Marble top Tables, two large Mir
rors, Sefa, Invalid Chair, two stands et Min
erals, dozen Stuffed Chairs, Marble-top Stand,
let of Window Blinds, large and small Side
board, one high Eight-day Cleck, three
Lounges, lire Bedsteads and Bedding, three
eases of Drawers, six Bureaus, eight Boek
Cases, live Wardrobes, Washstands. Dining
and Breakfast tables. Steves, Chairs, large
Ann Chair, two Chests, large Fleur Client,
Leeking Glasses, Settee. Tin and Queensware.
about 300 or 400 yards of Brussels, lugrain ani
Rag Carpets by theyard, and many ether arti
cles net mentioned. The furniture is all of the
best make, nearly all Walnut or Mahogany,
and among them are valuable relics with his
Sale te commence at 9 o'clock, a.m.. and con
tinue nntil ull is sold, when terms will lie made
known by the nndcrsIgneiL
A. K. WITMER,
IlKjntY SnrBEKT, Auctt Eiecutcrs.
T LOCHER'S COWGKSXRUF.
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