27 Our Dumb Animals 1 (1894-1895)

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                                       I would not enter on my list of friends,
                                       Though  graced with polished manners and fine sense,
                                       Yet wanting sensibility, the man
                                       Who  needlessly sets foot upon a worm.- COWPER.


Vol.   27.                                    Boston, June, 1894.                                                     No. 1.


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           ROME.
  During many  years, and par-
ticularly before the opening of
Our  World's Fair at Chicago,
we have urged upon the readers
of our paper-which,   in addi-
tion to the editors of about ten
thousand American  newspapers
and  magazines, goes  also to
many  of  the most  influential
men  and women not only of our
own  State but of the whole na-
tion-the  fact that it is entirely
within the power  of Christian
churches in ways we  have set
forth, to prevent every wuar be-
tween Christian nations.
  We   now  hail with joy the
annoncement,widely  published,
that the  -lead of the Roman
Catholic Church at Rome is ac-
tively engaged in what  seems
likely to prove a successful effort
to bring about a  gradual dis-
armament  of European armies,
and  a  settlement of interna-
tional disagreements by  arbi-
tration.
          GEO.  T. ANGELL.

FOR  THE  CONSIDERATION   OF
  CONGRESS   AND   OTHERS.
  In our last paper we told the
story of the old English coachman
who always drove as far from the
edge of a ditch as he could, and


                             LOOK   UPON THE BRIGHT SIDE.
Don't look upon the dark side and be constantly striving to solve the impossible question of the origin of evil.
Look upon the bright side, consider how much of good and happiness there is in the world, and constantly
                                     strive to increase it.


I    PEACE ON EARTH,
z  KINDNESS, JUSTICE
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     EVERY  LIVING   z
       CREATURE.

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