The address delivered in the Opera House, on Sunday...

Amsterdam (N. Y.) Sentinel

The address delivered in the Opera House, on Sunday evening [June 30], by Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk of Indiana, under the auspices of the Christian Science Society, was more of a sermon than a "lecture," as it was announced to be,—a sermon that would be graciously acceptable in the pulpit of any Christian church. It would be no stretch of an honest person's conscience to accept his deductions as examples of moral worth which if more commonly adopted would make the world wiser and better.

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