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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advertiser. Weekly. — 30 January 1885
p FGIillBf (O IBS WEEKLY. office of* pu1il1cation oveit i KWELL's hahdw ahk 8TO«E. 0"u.r 3>*dl©tt© is "Temperance, Hs^orsclIt^T" a-aa-d. 03a.rlstla.aaJ.ty* VOL. 1. CORSICAN A, TEXAS, JANUARY 30, 1885. No. 4. Esligio'us Depariaent. ne^T-. J. 2KE. F^DaETT. Editor^ Ii :-Il4) , V.,1. H«-4lv« ll. "How hinily nhall they thnt have riches enter into I lie King- rip ni God." The diu-iples were astonished at these words of but what astonished them out of measure whs the dec- ar.fttiou tli'tt it was, "E t&ier ior a camel to jro through thee)e of a ueedJo than f«r a rich man to *n er into the kiugdon :.-f God. ' M -n Ida natural worshiper, ide naturally looks away fi< m himself for something to saiisly the desire within. This longing, t his euiptiuess, this conscious need of something i e does not possess is univ<rha!. Why? Because all havesined and conn? slum of the glory fit God. Wh t in it then he ueedW? The g4ot\ of God. How then i- he to come into the possession of the glory o...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advertiser. Weekly. — 30 January 1885
IV ' I TEXAS, -aAN; 0, 1885 ^hot It Wfe- •w-.>. r«S* first voice. Life is of itself a pleasure, Happiness o'er flows our measure, Live to day nor fear, the morrow, Naught know we of care or sorrow. Naught of tear or sigh. SECOND V01CB. All ia dross tl>at we thought treas- ure * Sorrow Inrks in every pleasure; Joy ia but a mad deceiver, Life is but a raging fever. Happy they who die. THIRD VOIOB. Life is sot all mirtli and glad ess, Life is not ail-tears and sad ess; Life is mnd« of hopes and fears. Giving birth to smiles and tears* Till we're called on high. FOURTH VOKS. Life is a probationary s (ate. Let us prepare to me the Lord, Before out doom is cast, "to late" And we are turned from the Lo d. To the Lord let us fly. FIFTH VOICE. It is not all of life to live. In this world of sin and sorrow, For we a strict account mast give. In yondera world <>n (he morrow. We mav dwell iu the sky. SIXTH VOICE. Happy is he who loves the Lord Who hears at>d keeps his holy woid T...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advertiser. Weekly. — 30 January 1885
THE ADVERTISER CORKICAKA, TEXAS, JAN. HO, 1885. Hunting Now Tblnga Mr. Weslej (ells us in the lat- ter part o! his tract on "Chretien Perfection,"that if the sauctified soul "begins to haul for anything new in religion, exctpt for new degrees of lote, he is on the wrong scent." In every great re- vival of holiness there will al- ways be a per cent of persons who recieve sanofcification, and after a season, depart frcm the plain old track of simple holiness and dart off on some side issue or into some by-path, onder the delusion that they have struck something original iu religious truth, that they have gotten a- bove and beyond the line of plain, old fashioned and perfect love, that God has given them a light far superior to other sanctified souls. They fancy they have gotten an illumination above that of Wesley, or Fletcher, or Palmer, thty get above their spiritual fathers in their own es- timation, and reach a lofty height of fancied discernment. Those who led them into holiness ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advertiser. Weekly. — 30 January 1885
t. • • v.- • kl m \ f r hi Hi -s:. TimAiifoiiu^ JAN. () J^>5 I I Wm. H. Davis, Pub'e & Pro¥b. Ooralcartet jf&xa., 30. 1885. A Circulation 1,000 Copibs. Local notices 5 cents por line. Bates of advertising made known on applica- tion. B. Q, Mills has iptrodaced a bill io congress lookibg to au in- vestigation and reformation in the tfirtteflJ^aterwptrnelawB. For hoase and sign painting, paper hanging glazing, &g, see W« H. Nicol^ev^r Tama's; . * 50 cents in advance iytity pa^ tbe subscription a the Adver- tiser, from now 'till nVxt OhnHafc- nUi JiHH) '>i< i \ • i tti ii, Baj your groceries of Joe Sink oil tbe square. 1-4. 4t According to ' Ibe s i Anien t of one of our olde-t ei izens the present winfer'Br mm the, coldest since that pf 1850-1, Nicol has Window Glass of" all sizes also p.ntty <fcc. at lowest prices. Shop |ov«r Tat urn's. On the 10th of Jan. a dwelling on the farm of 8. M. Wolf, was burned. It was tbe work of some unknown hand. '« ;: ? If you .w...