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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1898)
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f Independent Unas." tt thrr I
bo diMittt but I hat h I correal.
Hut lhfi admlMtous set "slips. "
Th MuniMii advanced for Ih htaw h
tank la aa follows:
la (lvmntltiR liramh dank th ad
vocate of the system claim that tha
competition whlrh It will engender
will lwT the rain f Interest, rU
better accommodations, etc.
The fallacy la the claim that It will
reault In a continual! competition. Tim
branches of thn meat trust result In
competition for a time, but It la an un
fair competition, In that It put prices
bo law that the resident dealer gives
up, or la ruined, and then the Held la
In the handa of the trust. An era of
truaU la upon ua; In every possible
i'rectlon la competition being abut off.
In the worda of the Economist of Chi
cago In an editorial laat month; "The
conclusion la Inevitable, from recent
eveuta, that the Idea of combination
la dominant one among the beat
thlnkera In the business field. They
believe that the trust Idea will be car-1
rled out In future years to an extent
compared with which Ita preaent op
plication will teem like child's play.
The only thing needed to flnlah the
trust proven and thus destroy compe
tition. In practically all lines of html
lie, Is a law permitting the eatablah
ment of branch banks. It would soon
reault In one bank with 10.000
branches. The board of directors with
their office in Wall street would hold
full sway In the business world and
the result would be somewhat as fol
Every business of any magnitude Is
dependent upon "bank, accommoda
tlons." It would be much worse If
there were but one banking Inatltutlon
in the United Slates. Then the trusts
now In existence and represented
the directory would experience no
more trouble from competitors, and
the unoccupied fields would soon be
Then everyone who Is now an lnde
pendent voter would become a serf, for
even If he should be permitted a vote
bis vote would not be counted unless
It suited the will of the central power,
As to employment, the blacklisting of
railway employes Is but a precursor of
what will be the rule In a few years
If the consolidated banking trust Is
effected. The coercion of railway and
other employes In 1896 will be but a
faint taste of the power which will be
.'yplled to the erstwhile sovereign will
the power will have been transferred
from the citizens to the board of dl
rectors In Wall street.
If the control of bank credits and
the volume of money Is placed in the
bands of thn rulers of the existing
trusts, the outcome must surely be in
the direction pointed out, unless a suc
cessful revolution shall occur. Hut this
would not be probable, for with Its
amassed wealth and the control of the
government, there could be hired
plenty of men to fight the battles,
while the wealthy churches and most
of their followers would be on the side
of the rich party In power. At any
rate, It Is best to prevent consollda
tlon of the banking Interests and not
give them the additional power which
when once In their grasp may never
be taken Imck.
The formation of this mammoth
trust Is dependent upon legislation.
Will the voters choose to elect repre
sentatives and sciiulors who shall del
egate the power axked for, or will the
voters bestir themselves and elect men
who are pledged to prevent It. This
Is the question which The American
would propound to O. M, Hitchcock,
candidate on the fusion ticket, and to
Mr. IJ. II. Mercer, on the Republican
ticket. Will you favor or oppose the
passage of this particular pet measure
of Wall streH? The liberties of the
people are at stake and unless tbey
know whither you will exert your
selves to defeat this obnoxious meas
ure they can be depended upon to pro
tect their liberties at the ballot-box.
You must answer this question square
ly or stand bran dud before the voters
of this dlHtrlct as the representa
tive of the gigantic monopoly tout
would not only rob the farmer, the
laborer, and the professional man of
the right to barter bis merchandise,
his labor or bis talents for a living
wage but would wreck and drive out
of existence the banking hoiiHcs of this
city which have dono so much for the
people of this congresHlonal district.
Will you be a party to the destruction
of the commercial Interests of Omaha?
Will you help steal the liberties of the
men whose suffrages you are seeking?
coming an issuEiHHr-iVi
I Wk? mrt MMt ) Is fie
(Ul Ital Ike fctoi el ike Tla
IN tat t tsM U His Ver
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fe tllKf Use l xss Ik
A4riUla kate W kMia att
if wtfrMMa la a ! trt la maha
at M.k Kllrr I Htker tVerrr f I til
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aw" ewiV rls BUik- kuedesi
Ills torture was t full of Intrrnetinf
ttstnmeMt Ikat mad Ike Mlow
lag jnnla of what kf said
fcti pw.fl tell me that they el
port ( lirtt "In xm again; (hat II
may rm today or that II may not
eume for a thousand vesra. but do you
think I would be looking very anx
btuslv fur friend' coming It I be
llrved h mlaht come tiNlay or that
years? Wouldn't I Just aay to myaelf
k might not crime for a thousan
If my friend's coming Is so uncertain
as that thst I would Ix-lleve he was
coming when I aaw him, and not be
fore? That Is the ess of the people
indey who believe Christ mar come to
day or that He mary not come for a
thousand years. Hut there are people
who believe that Christ la coming
soon, that He Is already at the door.
I cannot tell you the dsy or the hour,
or me year mat He will come; no
man knows that. You will find thst
stated In Matthew. 25th chnpter, 13th
verse: "Watch therefore: for ve know
neither th dsv nor the hour wherein
the Son of Man cometh." Hut vou
will rememiber that Christ had often
told Ills disciples thst He would come
airaln and set up Ills kingdom. His
disciples came to him on the Mount of
Olives and asked Himconcernlngthose
things they asked Him a three-fold
aunsllon end Jesus answered them
riving a three-fold answer. You will
And the renorts of the conversation In
the 24th chanter of Matthew, the 13th
chanter of Mark and the 21st chapter
of Mike. If you will read each ol
those chsnters you will get His an
swer In full and know why the second
coming is nesr at hand,
Jesus hd often referred to the de-
efnictlon of th femnle. of His comtnt
and of the end of th world, and His
disciples went unto Him prlvafelv sar
ins', "Tell us. when shell these thine
he? end what shnll be the sign of Tiv
coming and of the end of th world?"
And Jesus answered. "Take heed that
no msn deoteve you. for many shall
com In Mr name saving. 'I em
Christ-' end shall decler many. And
v shnll hesr of wars and rumors of
wsr; see thst ye be not troubled; for
i these thlnrs must come to ness, but
the end Is not vet: for nation will
ri sselnst nation, snd kingdom
seslnst klnrdom: snd ther shsll be
famines and pestilences, and esrth
niiskea In divers nJsces, All these
thlnrs sr the beginning of sorrows."
AH this has been nrored true, Im-
mdlatel after th time of Christ
tW were msnv who rose un snd
claimed to h Chrl. snd many were
derd. Then Christ went on to
rlv them vt. another sign of His
eomlnr, of His nsr annroach, He
ld thst foltowlnc the arising of those
false Chrlsts this would hanrvn:
"Then shall ther deliver you tip to be
emicfert, Rnd shall kill you: snd v
shsll be hsted of sll nsMons for My
name's ssk snd thn shall msnr he
offended, and shall betray on snother,
snd shsll fist on snothsr" This
second sign did not annlr to the days
of the spostles. but to th dars thst
wore to follow. Then Christ svs
them a third slm by which' ther
mlrht know the end was near at hand
snd thst H would soon, very soon,
come snd st tin His klnrdom, It was
this: "And this rosnel of the klnrdom
shall be preached In all the world for
s witness nnto sll nations; and then
shell the end come." Th gospel Is
lng nresched In all nations today.
Thst Is th last sign which he rave
His neopl so ther mlrht know of the
nearness of His cornier Tint Un wn
not sstlafled that IT bud msd It -
setlr clear to His dlsetnles, so He wen
over H sraln In a different war, H
started rlcht In srsin ss If He had
not alrendr answered their questlohs,
snd. snesklnr first to th anostle
then to thoe thst followed them, and
finely to those of our dnr, ffe M
to th sno'les' "When v therefor
hull the shomtnaHon of deso'S'
Ion snoken of hr Dnnlel th nmnlie
sttnd n th holr n'sc. fwhoao rend-
eb. W Mm ttnflnratund). then let them
'Mch he tn Judes flee Into the moon
tnlns. let him which Is on th house-
on not com down or tsk anvthlnr
mif of his home; neither let him whlrh
a In th flpld return bsrk to tnk his
cloh' and wn unto them that sr
with child and to them that elv iiej
n no davs! Tint nrav re that vour
flleM ! not In th winter, neither
on th Snhbafh dsv: for then shall lie
rreet tribulation, sneh ss was rent
tfnee the beginning of the world to
this time, no. nor ever shsll be."
Tnke's account of this conversation,
21et chanter nd 2th vera, instead of
aavlnr, as Mtthew did, that. "When
v therefore shall see th abomination
of desolation, enoVen of br Daniel the
nronhef, stand In the holr nlace " I-iike
ssvs, "And when re shsll see Jerusa
lem comnassed with armies, then know
thst the desolation thereof Is nlrh;
then let them which sre In Judea flee
to the mountains; ,nd 'ct them which
r in cnummM nim id lin-m wiihii li . t,.b.-ii-.a n.
nt:r0ShheZ,Sofl."arn,d sz?t::: r,?.! tri nm w-zf"
appen? Yes; 39 yearsafterChrlstTltns
ilnst Jeru- (
f. you me
marched his great srmv sra
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" illinium iihb to in monniHinaT
They wer to truat In Ood and flee,
those on the housetops wer not In
her were to run across
th houses toward the mountains, fvou .
roofs) and those In the fields were not i
to return, but all wer to flee tm-j
mediately to tne mountains. And when
K trt M-wft aitwf
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Mj lh Slrf tkal U Wirwwahls I
litkitwt W4h f l sutrttrg lhal
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ittr Mfec kitr4 liwf ! kaHie
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. h as It hH iieer assia
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lies, What ram rt?
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ItiiUI .atil' Hn4
Mrl llM d lS ahrttteuM ,lher
ahonld i Bean ! aate.1, i-mi lr
th elnt'a sate th rial a shall l-e
shot lennl " Vou will remember, om
who were ker lal evening, Ihsl from
Ml A. II, fur l,7a yeais, down In
ITS iTiirr4 (hal long rrto. of ft
sntiiion when Ihonaand. yea, mil
llona uf Christiana lost thrir Hie fur
ihrir falih There wer ft
iterser u llona b)wn IKS and He.
but that was bread the dava of per
secution bad Wn shortened, because
th Intlnenre nf the Kefurmstltin ss
lielng felt, and lllierty of conlence
was tsklng nsit In Ihe world.
Then Chrlut tke hi them of Ihe
last (lays II said asaln thst false
Chrlata snd false prophets would srlse
who would show grest signs and won
ders. Insomuch Ihst. If It were possl
hie, they would deceive Ihe very elect
Thin He said' "Heboid! I hsve tol l
vou tiefore: Wherefore ir tner snail
. ft i. I t n. I. l it,. ...
nay unto you, Heboid lie Is In the dee-
ert. go not form; ncnniu, lie ia in un
awret chambers: lielleve It not. for,
as the lightning cometh out of the
east, and shlneth even unto the west.
so shall the coming of the Hon of Man
he." You rememlier th Henver
('hirst someone Is to come a Christ
In the great American desert and I
tell you that there will be a man ap
pear In new York, or In rniragn, or
some other large city, probably In Om
aha, who will perform all tho miracle
that Christ performed, or appear to,
and that the railroads will run excur
sions and many people will go to see
him, but go ye not forth. He will
even caus fire to come down from
heaven. Tint 1 have not time to go
Into this fill'" tonlrht: w will have to
hurry on. From 1773 to 1798 the per
secutions ceased, and Christ said,
Matthew 24. 29. "Immediately after
those days." (Mark gives It. 13lh
chapter, 21th verse. "Hut In thore
day.") "shall the sun be darkened, and
he moon shall not give her light, ana
the stars shall full from heaven, and
the powers of the heavens shall lie
hasen and men shall appear tne sign
of the Son of Man In heaven: find then
shall all the tribes of the earth mourn
and thev shall see the Hon of Ms
coming In the clouds of heaven with
nower and great glory." Then we ma
xpect the sun to be darkened between
1773 and 1798. Hns the sun
been darkened? Yes; Mnv 19. 1780
was darkened from 10 o clock
You will find an account o
this dark day In Webster's die
tlonnry under "Tho Hark Day,
rmre 1WM), In that definition you
will sen It stated thst "the true cause
of this remarkable phenomenon Is no
nown," I'eople thought th world
was coming to an end. Hut it did not
there were other sign to be seen be
fore It was to be destroyed, The misin
whs to be as blood and not give It
light, the stars were to fall and the
Word of Ood wn to be preached In all
the world. Has the moon refused to
rives Its light? Yes, the night of the
day which was darkened, May 19, 1780
bad no lustre although It was
Its full. When It did appear
waa a a great ball of blood, and
you could not distinguish the differ
ence between a piece of wk.lt
paper and a black cloth held fif
teen Inches from the eyes
After the sign of the moon was to ap
pear the sign of the falllngof thestars,
Did that occur? Yes; November 13
1833, the star fell. Hut how? Hid
hey all fall one way, In one direction?
No! Hut they fell this way, and that
way, and the other; lust as the trees In
the orchard cast thelrgreen fruit during
wind, so were the stars cast from
heaven. Those who saw the stars fall
say they fell In all directions, but that
they all appeared to start from one
point. I wonder how many present
tonight saw the stars fall November
13, 18:i3. Who Is present tonight who
aaw thst sign? Here Is one; and her
another; two. In an audience of
this size there are generally from six to
dozen who saw that sign, but they
are growing fewer In numbers each
year. They are passing away one by
one. hut Christ said "this generation
shall not pass until alt these things be
done" You will find that language
used in this same conversation with
the Apostles, and resrted In Mark 13,
,1o, and also In Matthew, c, 24, v. 33 and
.14, As that sign of the stars occurred
In 18:i,1 It will be 115 years the 13th day
nf next November since Ood bung out
his last sign or his Inst advertisement
In the heavens, of hlscomlngand those
who sre living who saw It must ho
over 5 years of age, and those who
saw It, and remember It must have
been 5 or 10 years of age at tho time
It, occurred, which would make them
70 or 75 year of age today. Yet (Jod
Iihs said, thla generation shall not pas
until an tneae mines corns to phss.
The destruction of Jerusalem was wit-
nessed by Christians 39 year after th
prophecy of Jesus Christ; the persecu
tion ror lit name s sake occurred be
tween the years 638 and 1798; and the
sun haa been darkened, and the moon
refused to give her laht: the stars
have fallen and the Scripture are be
ing preached to all nation, and there
are those living who saw HI laat ign
wno win see the Savior com nr "in
cloud, with great power and glory,"
although they are 70 and 80 year of
Oh! my beloved, are vou readrf
Are you waiting for his coming wits
t, i.. . ' ' "' nl
dom if you will believe on Him and
nlicr His Mmmnmlmnnl, l ....
obey His commandments.
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11 W. IIKKItK,
UKOIKIH I'. IM0WAI.T,
W. A. HAtlNDKItH,
Attorney, Merchant National Hank Rldg,
"KJOTK R TO NOM-NKM'liKNT KKKKNII
A NTH -To hrlatlns 17 llimimedlru snil
Mr. I. llmiiinrMlIf ii, her huahand ral sad
leal earns unknown, nnu-rsalUent defend
sntsi Vou srs harehr nutllled thst on ths tstii
day of June. IHUN, lamea l Hriiwnn, tha
ulalnllrT herrln, flled his petition In lha IHa
Irirt Court for Itnunlaa county, Nalirssks,
stslnatl'hrUilna llloriihiMlie u and Mr.
L'lliinniiedlau, brr buahand Drat and real
nam unknown and nlhera. drtiindanla, lha
( iject and prayer nf which I to furmloa
nne rrrlalntai certlflcat dated November
ttih, IHWJ. upon tbs fulluwlng dascrlded r si
The e. one half (W, Ml of lot asvan (7)
In block four ill In Hhlnn's Plrat addition to
tha c If ot Ou.ali llouglsa county, Net-
1 her la now due upon said certlflcat the
inn of liaU.uo with Internal at ths rata of ten
lloi er cent prr aanuni from Or Uihsr Krd,
iur wnicn a ii in. wn,n muri-at and cnala
tuiintl.rr wllb an ailurn ya fe arriountlus to
U a p r cent of th dacrr. iiliilntirf praya for
a drier that h bsa a Hrat. lien upon asld
real ratal, that lha defendant ah all pay
tha isir a. and In dnfaul thereof I bat ths aald
property he aold to as' My lha amount found
due. snil thai upon sal Ihereof th dnfnnd
snla be dnharred of all flgt. till and Inier
eat In said real etiaU, anj fur other eoulr
ahlarellar. You sra alao hersiy not I find that yon snd
e'h of )ou sre rrioifred to snawer auld pe
tition on nr befom the 17th day of Uctohsr.
"sled St Omaha. Nettrsaks Hcptember th,
- AM fS L BHOWNfi Plaintiff,
ny rr. a, sauutinra. hit Attorney
I loo. U. Nn, Ml.
W. A, KAIJMlKltN,
Atbirney, MrrchauU National Hank Bid,
NOTICIt TO NON IIKSIOKNT MtKKNIl
To Kdwlfja t'badwluk, non-realdnnt da
You sr brrehy roll find that on the d
day of HeuternlM-r, IWiS, Jariiaa L. Hrowns. Ihe
rl hI n tiff herein, filed his petition In ths Ills
r let court of lionrla couniy, Nnhrsaka,
ssalriat Kdwlns I .'badslc.k, ths object and
firayar r f which are to forclnaa ona rarla'n
I certlflcals dated Nnvemlier laih imui
upnn lbs fulluwlng dracrlbcd real aataU, to
I.tit6ls( In block twortf) In R. V, Hmlth's
addition Vi tbs city of Urn ah , llousisscouo
Ther la now du nn aalrl rapISrata !.
Of ttlli lO with lot. real at tha rate of ten ceir
cert per annum from SuUmtr2i. Itm. tut
Which autu, wllb Intereat and eoala tnaatl.ar
with sn stiornera fee arnnuntlna iilea i.er
cent ot lbs dncrae, plalntlfT prays for s dt
cr that bs baa a Aral lln upon said real
ealai that lb dniendanla ahall pay th
asms, and la default tharanf that th aald
prcuarty b mid to aatiaf y ths 1
r l.ha AftmnA-
due, snd that up a aula thernof ths defend.
anta b daharrsd nf all rlaht. titla anri in.
lrat In aa d real sstat, and for other roult.
Vou srs Muulrdtn anawar aald Million.
OB nr befor lha Slat day of October, IISSI
iniHr, rruiem nwr al, l"V.
rl a n K I. HKOWNs;. Plaintiff.
"J W A. Hsunners. hla stturnsr
Doc. 6S No .
W. A. HAVKIIKIUI,
Attorney. Mercbsnts Nstlonsl Ilaak Bio
NOTirK 10 NON IiKHIOENT HKftNl).
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ToAletanderM Kerrla and Km ma J V.vrl.
You sra brreh Botiaad ih.i n. ah. m
day of Septriil).r.A ll lk!rS, J timet 1, flrowrin,
riaiiinit nerein ntea ma petition In tha dla
rlct court of Ilnualua ruunli. N.l.rs.i..
asalnat A lei under M. Kerrla and Krnrna J
lerrla, defendaru, tl a oh)act and prayer of
sblt'h Is tl fnrecloaa una certain i ..iih.
rate dated Mnvemliar ;nh, IW, upon th fol-
inwina u.'wriireu rvai t aiar. triwiti
Thn north one-third tN. 11 ,f 1 .i iuh ,a,
In block lkhty-nlnik!l In 'he ell t of Omaha,
Sll altualed In Ihiuslua county, Nnbraaks.
There la now due uoon aald rail IM.,.1. ih.
uin of IIKm ( with Intereat at tha rats of ten
u.-r ceni in r ariiiuiti rrool at plemlx r 22t,
iHUk, for which aillti. with Inteire.t and cj.ei.
Uisether with sn ui'tirnrya fne airimirillns lo
ten per cant of lha decree, plaintiff praya for
S decree that balsas Hrat linn uimna.lrf
real eaiaUi. that the defendants shall pay
the asm, aid In default thereof that Ih
aaiu pniunriy re una to aatlafy ths a mou n I
found due, and t ai uoon a I. Oi.rauif n.
defendants lie debarred of all rlsht, title and
'"' in aani real aststs, snd for olbsf
Vou sr slaobsreb nntlSad that ami ..rl
earhnfyou a r required to anawar aald
utitiim un or traroia lb iiiat day of October,
liated at Omaha. Nahraaka. B.m.wihss m
BW A. Saunders, hi attorney.
'w. m. no. a. V'1f
The Oal; Railroad U tblcara.
With Day Light Train: Lear
Omaha 6:40 A. M. ererr day
arrlrlng al Chicago tha laroe
evening at 8:15 where close connec
tion are made with all line beyond.
This train It 60 rear ahead of the
Time and I proving Immensely
Popular with Omaha people.
Other llylcg train, leave for
Chicago at 4 !! and 0:55 l M. dally.
City Ticket OBIce
HOI Farnam St.,
"The NorthAVcstcrn Line. "
Filnrat Vnnr llnwela Willi l aararaia.
V1r'!'',' I-"-V,i;rU'"i cure coal ipai inn forever
Wo, 10c. If C 0 " t. -iar..a rt fund money '
i tVnsiDic imoi ionnnoiisrrop!f..A iisriiii mi lor
t mi I sail t tnitiittw man
Rt ALLY r'OU OdtAT BOOK IN OM LAflGE VOLUME,
aat i- mm ami nan tniir CAtrsii. nwvisiNis so rusi.
Hf - IHIIONlC (HSIAS4I Of All WMta, SHU Ail ft 1 1, tHftltMNn "rtlVHTI" fOU HOW IIXII
f m,- nam 11 a about connmai MintHsrs, imoss, aunsai',, mm m mi cfhmTmu
mi tv. mmovtaiisi of auasiAori A oiihk 1 cm m sswio so aii who mopi ivii to ii
vmim la trhrtli aa
Vfl IT X TT? THTT S Hclmeaa nf
itW a atia. iUaal e-fwewt ami teiwrty
10 riVATEi. 9onnonos. too iLLVimATtoivi.
fka taaiaaar wf Man aa4 f Wiirnerii The
Khlai r""'r '"''""i lleaaall ..l..r Vl.lea wf Ilia I ana -.rrl.l Or.aaa(
O.er III III.;. ir. linn. t t.,i llreltMewi li lfe.v Lll.
t slurliiiiea Sr lnr l'S.i..(raeh,, In Kl.a i ul.ra.
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te eiHifejred to Ilia ''Inaoreal" uinat aiarllln auil
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I11 ullh liiiia inula ul weallh But nn eixi-auil Ilia
I and effm'ia of hiirrllila melaneholr llieaa
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N 4 I I' I"'" ara nut aiiiluua In leara
h"w It lama about, wliai'a Ilia
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wiieiher It lie "only s enlil."
rliriinle ralarrh, or anuiei Mai
Surra aerlmia that ha "aeiilrrl
n Ihe lunia" In limnciilila nr
ennaiiiiitiilnii. I he anmifr fm fliirl
nut how erhiiii. II la, and wlial tn
d'lfnr rmiraelf ihe heller. II run
furi.t learn "Imw Iv live Willi una
lima"' llie earllT nl 't Ihla
kimwleilae ihe hinder r"ii will live,
nr. mar Ira ymir iiarilfii
aunt la In tfin llvi'f. alu
biiwrla. Then run ran mai
mlMaka In harulnir tint lieet
nethivta iif reffiilatlris Hiw lial fiirwiniria. If vou
ra full nt aehea, aalna, neiiraliila nr rheunia.
,-m. It wlllau-elf (r lie .U llie wajr In amika
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ainii leil will read Willi avlilllf all alemt limmlelK f,
liarreniieaa, fllaaaa of women, nervnna Slaeaaea,
liarla, paralyala, akin SUeaaea. wrufnla, etc yet.
Irnnktu, one teeik eanmit eoter "all Ilia Ilia that
fjr'ah la heir In," aiil ilM-refora to tnmtrn MilufnrHnn,
Ifr. findf tiitthnrlvn UiM iinnmlnrnittui thill Itiiii fntr
3r nt "', H, T." w f'llil Hi nrnl In II A' A
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S- J I hr rca.lls "I'laln llumi
V ft M Talk" na Ilia raiiaea ul ilia
VI VA Ww eew-.erfirra In rllel. liaraaln-a
aCwScttll en-faalta meal ealllilf, l'l
aAawrrw anrl riiff. ill Ink Ina, ilw u
m I ami alillia. Ill alriill'illra. III!
M li haiilia nf rhlldri'ii, Iln
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I )OMT VOlCiV'Vu,',t ""!' Ii.herd for Ita men minnie .n it atnl miiur sndrw
4 W ' ' ' 1 "'rtsiled in r,Yt.orm I anvertma pn,,.riaiai madle'riaa '
rKSTIMON f A m?' ,h m" ""'"''I" kliidr.rw 01I Hmntrlr, whera Kusllak Isipa.
i ie;i ''' 'e 'ken, wotihl.f van In altvie, fl'i M,.,tanfliair.
1 'fU' tUUIflVX T men of sll eiaa-ea.
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BY. RKV. CHARLES
For the Balance of 1898.
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