Rev. George H. Gordon conducted services in Appleton Chapel last evening. He said that one man might serve another, but each and every one is responsible to God. There is no being in fact who is not under obligation. Moral and not sensual satisfaction is the aim of life and duty toward God is the only path way to preservation. The service closed with the 262d hymn. The choir sang the following selections: Anthem-Forth to the Fight, Ye Ransomed,- Heywood. Anthem-Lift up Your Heads-Hopkins. Anthem-Out of the Deep,- Mozart.
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