It is a shallow and unworthy view of religion that would so etherialize and spiritualize it as to dis sever it from all interference with a man's secular trade, his political activities, or his very amusements. Plow, and keel, and anvil, and plane, and au ger, the child's go-cart, and the grandsire's rocking chair, are to move under the ken of the Judge above, under the shadow of the Elder Brother's re deeming cross, and in the beaming splendors of the Redeemer's riven tomb. — Reo. Wm. B: Williams.