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A RECORD AND REVIEW

OF

CURRENT REFORM

JOSEPH COOK, EDITOR
Miss FRANCES E. WILLARD. . TEMPERANCE
PROF. EDMUND J. JAMES, PH. D. LABOR REFORM
PROF. L. T. TOWNSEND, D.D. EDUCATION
ANTHONY COMSTOCK

SUPPRESSION OF VICE
Rev. C. S. EBY. . .,

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ASSOCIATE EDITORS

WITH THE COÖPERATION OF EMINENT SPECIALISTS IN

REFORM, AT HOME AND ABROAD

Hia Tucis, Via Crucis

VOL. I. - JANUARY-JUNE.— 1888

BOSTON
OUR DAY PUBLISHING COMPANY

28 BEACON STREET

Copyright, 1888,
BY OUR DAY PUBLISHING COMPANY.

All rights reserved.

The Riverside Press, Cambridge:
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INDEX.

ers, 399.

ARTICLES.
BARTLETT, Pres. S. C.

FIELD, DAVID DUDLEY.

Letter on Inspiration, 456.

Arbitration as a Remedy for War,

BARTOL, Rev. Dr. C. A.

184.

Letter on Inspiration, 464.

FISHER, Prof. G. P.

BENNER, Prof. EDWARD.

Letter on Inspiration, 452.

Mormon Conspiracies, 173.

GORDON, Dr. A. J.

BLAINE, JAs. G.

Religion in Colleges, 259.

On President Cleveland's Message, HALL, Rev. Dr. JOHN.

104.

Letter on Inspiration, 450.

BOARDMAN, Prof. H. N.

HAMLIN, Ex-Pres. CYRUS.

Letter on Inspiration, 472.

First Principles of Protection, 265.

CLARK, Rev. Dr. N. G.

HASTINGS, H. L.

The Ramabai Circles, 170.

Boston Hymn: For Outdoor Preach-

Hindu Graduates, 171.

CLEVELAND, Pres. GROVER.

HODGKINS, LOUISE MANNING.
Message on Surplus Revenue, 95. Boston Hymn: A Doxology, 231.
COMSTOCK, ANTHONY.

HOLMES, Dr. O. W.

Indictable Art, 44.

International Copyright, 220.

Helps and Hindrances in the Sup- Hovey, Pres. A.

pression of Vice, 221.

Letter on Inspiration, 471.

Lawlessness of the Liberal Leagues, HOWARD, Rev. R. H.
393.

British Peace Delegation, 355.
Cook, JOSEPH.

HOWELLS, W. D.
Prospectus, 1.

International Copyright, 219.
Unitarian Missions in Japan, 79. HUNT, Mrs. M. H.
Plan of “Our Day," 80.

Federal Aid to Education, 356.
Prof. Drummond in America, 80. HUNTER, Sir W. W.
Free Speech on Public Grounds, 171. The Religions of India, 378.
Prayers at Harvard and Yale, 260. JAMES, Prof. E. J.
Boston Hymns –

Socialists and Anarchists in the

Christus Consummator, 314.

United States, 81.

Volcano Crests, 511.

LARCOM, Lucy.

Mr. Spurgeon's Theology, 357.

Ramabai, 137.

Sunday Newspapers, 414.

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL.

Constitutional Prohibition and High Speech on Tariff Reform, 108.

License, 445.

International Copyright, 217.

See “Boston Monday Lectures." MAGOUN, Ex-Pres. G. F.
CRAFTS, Rev. W. F.

Courts of Conciliation in Iowa, 443.

National Sabbath Reform, 336.

Letter

on Inspiration, 459.

CURTISS, Prof. S. I.

McNIECE, Rev. Dr. R. G.

Letter on Inspiration, 472.

Shall Utah be made a Mormon

DIKE, Rev. S. W.

State ? 4.

National Divorce Reform League, OBER, C. K.

49.

Prof. Drummond in the American

DOANE, Bishop W. C.

Colleges, 306.

Letter on Inspiration, 454.

OXLEY, J. MACDONALD.
Dow, Hon. NEAL.

The Fisheries Question, 132.
Prospects of Prohibition, 11. PARKER, Rev. Dr. JOSEPH.

DWINELL, Prof. J. E.

Use and Abuse of Creeds, 361.

Letter on Inspiration , 464.

PENTECOST, Rev. Dr. G. F.

EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE.

The Responsibility of the Pulpit

Report on Boston Common under and the Pew, 36.

Gag-Law, 424.

The New Theology and Revivals,

77.

Mr. Spurgeon's Protest, 78.

Religious Journalism, 78.
PHELPS, ELIZABETH STUART.

International Copyright, 219.
RANKIN, Rev. Dr. J. E.

Boston Hymn: God Over All, 313.
ROSSELL, Rev. Dr. FRANK.

Coöperation in Church Work, 279.
SHERMAN, Senator.

On Free Trade and Protection, 113.
SMITH, Rev. Dr. S. F.

Boston Hymn : God All in All, 140.
STEDMAN, E. C.

International Copyright, 218.
STEELE, Prof. D.

Letter on Inspiration, 461.
STRONG, Rev. Dr. JOSIAH.

Coöperation in Church Work, 273.

SUPREME COURT, Decision on Prohibi.

tion, 55.
TOWNSEND, Prof. L. T.

The Jesuit and the Public School,

15, 121.
UTAH COMMISSIONERS' REPORT for

1887, 192.
WILLARD, Miss F. E.

Woman as Preacher, 21, 286.
Progress of Prohibition, 76.
Woman's Ballot, 168.
The Prospective Platform of the

Prohibition Party, 177.
Internal Revenue Tax, 257.
The National Prohibition Conven-

tion, 500.

Decoration Day Speech, 505.
WRIGHT, Prof. G. É.

Letter on Inspiration, 468.

BOOK NOTICES.
Field's International Code, 73.

Dorchester's Christianity in the United
Row's Future Retribution, 74.

States, 256.
Morris' Is there Salvation after Death ? Lowell's Heartsease and Rue, 349.
75.

Schaff's Church and State in the United
Ramabai's The High Caste Hindu Wo- States, 352.
men, 166.

Currier's Life of Dr. Goodell, 436.
Stall's Methods of Church Work, 166. Scripture Readings in the Schools of
Barrows' The Indian Side of the Indian Ontario, 440.
Question, 167.

Fisher's Manual of Christian Evidences,
Evangelical Alliance on National Perils 537.
and Opportunities, 251.

Moody's College of Colleges, 538.
Senator Blair's The Temperance Move- Hazell's Annual Cyclopædia, 540.
ment, 253.

BOSTON MONDAY LECTURES.
PRELUDES :-

LECTURES :-
1. Assassination as a Weapon of the 1. Did Christ Teach by Inspiration ?
Saloon, 141.

152.
2. Utah at the Doors of Congress, 2. Inspiration as Attested by Paul's
231.

Undisputed Epistles, 241.
3. Charles Darwin and Asa Gray in 3. The Supernatural in Christianity
Contrast, 315.

and Christ, 326.
4. Free Speech on Public Grounds,

4. Christ's Estimate of the old
400.

Testament Scriptures, 416.
5. American Electoral Reform, 513.

5. Fulfilled Predictions as an Evi.

dence of Inspiration, 527.

EDITORIAL NOTES.
Plan of “ Our Day," 80.

Federal Protection for Women in Utah,
Prof. Drummond in America, 80.

264.
The Andover Case before the Supreme Emerson and Alcott in Contrast, 264.
Court, 175.

International Council of Women at
Free Trade and Tariff Reform, 175.

Washington, 359.
Dr. S. F. Smith, Author of "America,” Mr. Spurgeon and the Baptist Union,
176.

446, 551.
Limited Municipal Suffrage for Women, Restrictions of Free Speech in Boston,
262.

447
Exploration of Polar America, 262. Abolition of Slavery in Brazil, 548.
Prospects of the American Board, 263. Boston Congregationalism and the Am-
Australian Method of Voting, 263.

erican Board, 549,
Egypt Exploration Fund, 552.

OUR DAY:

A RECORD AND REVIEW OF CURRENT REFORM.

VOL. I. - JANUARY, 1888. — No. 1.

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