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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

TTTTil TVASniNG-TON TIMES, THTJBSDAT, OCTOBER 25, 1894. LONG SHOTS WERE IN FRONT Fagin, the Only Winninq Favorite, Saved the Talent a Waterloo. BENNETT BARNES' USUAL LUCK Another New Arrival at Alexander Island Captured a Purse for tho Former Owner of Classic Jockey Ham Showed He Could Bide a Winner by Sending Cheddar First Backers of favorites at tho Aloxander Is land track j estorday were in decidedly poor form, as Fagin alone saved them from a "Waterloo. Thero was a good crowd present, and ten bookmakers catered to tno specula tive propensities of tbo public. It ii need!es3 to add the pencilers got away with more than their share of the money. The starting was aboetbo aerage, and Oassidj handled the largo fields lngo-otl shape. Tho moct exciting finish of tho day was in the third raco when Fagin only beat Remorse a nose in a hard drive. Tho latter, better handled, would have won, as Corbley clear" outrode Cunningham. Summaries: How the Horses Ran. Track fast. 654 first race Four ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Datik tot: Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TmBSBUlLDCfG. bocrnwhst corner vesssyucasu. atekde and Tests Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 483. Business Omco. SS7. rric,Uafiy Bdltfen .... . .One Cent Sunday Edition... ......Three Cents. fly the month ......Thirty-five Cents. 'WASHINGTON, D. a, OCTOBER. 25, 1SSL 14,817. The daily average number of papers sold End printed by THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of Septomber was ItOMNSOS. CBBRT & CO., MUN AK VS CWTHIBRS, Oau, P A."l TW81W8 STS., N. W., V?Mjmams B. C., Sept 23, 16M. Sbdke irafctjte Tiw, CUv' Gknxebmbn HV fcotw feeii piadHfi mr ad ksmmw to yr paiwr rw Aejkud ime, d ewe, and fcoe bow, mrjr B tfil & Ote remdte w hmme obtmmud. Were frwith,ptaiv to ok odariise mmtt which apfmred jsxcx.iwcvb jx m pom- pt$r RatfewsAisr, jttemfter 3C, aftwj Mention to a 2fc-Kwd fttecfc aemot overcoat at SIS. lf had at that tone thirly aeo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

S THE WASHLNGTOl TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1894. Every Day Ono Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FBEE. $2.65 Buys Ladles' and Mens Shoes of the same quality as those you have to pay S3-50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 9iy F Street. We Serve Pure Rich Milk, 8c qt. Sweter, oreamler milk can't be obtained. We have our own ooww and dairy farma AH milk S Is aerated ammal beat takon out We receive milk fresh from our farms twice daily. S Delivered whenever delred in bottles if preferred. CiJMilt, be. qt. Cream, 12c. Tilnt Drop us a postal. SS J. S. Thompson!1 5 $ $ It's putting dol- f $ J J J S S S 1 ClA -3-.-r-4-J $ S i$t! I1 XAXLU uiiLiaLa $ s $ J $ $ $ s pockets when you 1 5 pay more than f S S S 3 $ $ $ $ s $ $ s $ I s $ $ $ $ $ OUR CHARGE, $ s , iyi o. uwl, mat S S $ $ $ 8 3 8 S $ $ S 8 S $ S $ $ as s $ s s $ s s s s $ $ s s $ I I I i set teeth. Natural I I I I expression is im s S proved they're s $ $ s s s $ s s s s $ $ $ S 8 8 8 8 8 $ $ $ easy and comforta ble...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

THE WASEISTGrTOiN" TIMES, TKUBSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1894. Bout You get tired of paying tlie liaberdasliers 75c. and $1.00 for exactly the same grade of neckwear that we sell at 50c ? You should see our line. We have about ten times the as sortment that any one else has. Have to have it to meet the demands of our big trade. It's the same with Underwear, Night Robes, and Pajamas, and all other furnishings. The only COMPLETE line in town. See our natural wool underwear at 51.00 per garment. You have frequently paid $1.50 for some not nearly as good. Robinson, Ghsru X Go., Ciolhes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. V A Belter and Cheaper J ? Light Than Electricity. 0 H.r's a fc'8 lump tbat cives Q V a perfect white light ums lesb gas than tli ordinary 0 I lurni. mm! Kitbuueh rauoliBJ- i p-iiano e f ctricity, costs one- vf na.f ils jnucu It is tiie Siemens-Lungrerr Gas Lamp. No other is as Rood for llgbt irg fctoios. offices, librarles.etc Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. ffl-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

' TIM VOL.1. DTO. 222. WASHINGTON, B. C, FBIDAY 1MOBNING, OCTOBER 26, 1894 SIX PAGJES. ONE CENT. WASHINGTON PROGRESS OF THE PL1GDE Indudinf Two Suspect Cases, Nine Is Kow the Total Affected. GEORGE ANDERSON STRICKEN fumigation and "Vaccination Now the Ordor of the Day Important Action by the Dis trict Commissioners list of Inmates of the Houses in Which Smallpox Appeared. The smallpox record for the preceding twenty-four hour, as entered at the health office ap to 12.W o'clock this morning, shows one now ease nd two sespoetodones, making the total to date: Deaths, 2; cases, 5; sus pected, 2. The now case is that or George Anderson, a messenger in the Interior Department, which structure appears to bo the storm center of the contagion. Mr. Anderson's residence is No. 828 G street northwest, nearly opposite the City Postofflce. This case was mentioned in yesterday's Times as a suspected one, and upon investigation later in the day by officials of the health depart ment the auspicious ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. Popular Shopping Place. 416 7th St This Weather Means Goats, And here's a good one at a very special price. Value, SB. GO I To. S5. H Bead what they are like hero but bo sure and SEE -what they are like In the store. If this one doesn't suit you wo havo hun dreds of others that will. A trholo floor full of coats, for Ladies, lli9f.es, and Children, all new goods at money saving prices. To-day's bargain is a Brown Mel ton Cloth Coat, full tailor-made, velvet overcoat collar, extra large sleeves, double breasted, oxtremely stylish and service able. The manufacturer had a email lot of cloth on hand which ho wantod to mako into coats we took all he hpd not many, and can get no more after those are sold. Value fully SB, for Popular Shopping tat Place. 416 7th St a t Consult Us If you're ruptured. AVo can euro you. "We use the Roberts process of treating Rupture the process luat lra6 never known to fail. No knifo used, no aiu, and no blood a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

1 wnfiMpiip 1 1 urn HHit P5RW( mmmmum- TOB WASHINGTON TI3HES, FEIDAT, OCTOB.EB 2G, 1S94- . FIST MB OH TEE BUND TiwJk Stowed No III Effects from flic Recent Rains. THRtfE FAVORITES IN PROXT Talent Had Fair Success on tho Day Although Outsiders Captured the last Two Events At fc Aeaph Courso the Plunders Had a Hard Timo Pickinjr tho Winners, Backers of favorites had fair sucoess yester day at the Alexander Maud eourso, iho first three events going to the choices, hut the re maining raoe fell to outsiders. The attend ance was 2,000, and elevon books attended to the -wants of thepahHc The surprise of the day was the fast time made byFagin&nd Cos Eaek, showing the track not to have been af feeted by the recant rain. Judge MeMabon has a good colt in Dr. Johnson, the latter showing his heels to a fair lot in the second. Cossack and Miracle, at long odds, gave the public a taste of their quality in the concluding races of the day. Summaries: llowjthc Horses Ron. Track fast 659 Firit rac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 26, lot. The Washington Times ffiVEKT DAT IX THE TEAS) OWXED AXD ISSUED B? The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, southwest cokkee tenxsixtjujia avendb and Tenth Stbeix Telepliono Editorial Booms, 481 Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. Uy the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 26, 1894. ? The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was Robinson. Ciierv & Co.. Men's axb Boy's Clothiers. Cok. F ani Twelfth Sts., X. W., "Washinoton, D. C Sopt. 25, 1801. To the Washington Times, City: Gentlemen We have hem placing our ad vertisement in your paper from thcjirsl issve, emd are, and have heen, very weU saUsjied with the results we have obtained. We re fer with pleasure to an advertise ment tefcieft appeared exclusive ly in your paper on Wednesday, September 26, calling attention to a suk-Uned Hack cheviot overcoat at 15. We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 189 4. Every Day Ono CuBtomor Gets a Pair of Shoes PEEK $2.65 Buys Ladles' and Mens' Shoes of the same quality as those you have to pay S3-50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. We Serve Pure Rich Milk, 8c qt Sweeter, creamier milk can't bo obtained. We have our own cows and dairy farms. All milk is aerated animal neat taken out. We recolvo inllk fresh from our farms twice daily. Delivered whenever dosired in bottles if preferred. rzrjlilk, Be. qt. Cream, 12a Dint. Drop us a postal J. S. Thompson, Oil stuw. "He who knows it not argues himself unknown." Superb Overlook Inn without a rival in point of beauty of surroundings magnificent view and a cui sine famous among bon vivants. A short drive out Pennsylvania avenue extension, across the Eastern Branch, over the finest graded and best cared for roads about Washington. Pays for our very best full set of TEETH. Fitted with regard to age, personal appearance, &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 October 1894

0 THE WASHXN"GTO:r TIMES, EHIDAT, OCTOBER 26, 1S94. You want a low-priced overcoat it will pajr you to see a line of blue and black smooth beaver coats we are offering at The3T are long-cut, single-breasted sacks, with deep velvet collar, are well trimmed and made, and will fit perfectly. The best coat for the money in America. Remember that with eveny cash fiui'duisc of $10.00 on' over we present, absolutely FREE, an ele gant impei'tod, stem-winding wateh. Get one. It keeps correct time and costs you nolfuKg Robinson, Gheru $ Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. 0-53"3-,0S &-2---& "O MOON f Easel Back, I nlyf9c, TO-DAY at Woote 9 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St 9 f ? G 0-9MS O 9 ? For asking yon a point ed personal question but 9 a don t you need some I new FURISHLTURE ? I CARPETS DRAPER- I IES STOVES, ETC? I and have you the ready X q money to spare to pa' a cash for what 3'our incli- n a nation may lead you to se- X lect? You are welcome I to all the credi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

TIMES TXXL.1. JnTO. 223. WASHTN"GrTOS"s B. 0., SATURDAY MOBBING-, OCTOBER 27, 1S94 SIX PAGOES. OJSTE CENT. v SMALLPOX OUTLOOK BETTER There May Be a Slight Outbreak the Middle of Kext Week. JAMES J. PARKER A VICTIM i Panicky Feeling Among Clerks in tho In tenor Department Tho "Work of Fumiga tion Goes Bravely On Departments Closed Epidemic Service Beorganizod. Two (tooths aad six genuine cases was tho official roeord of the smallpox situation at the health office up to 12.30 o'clock this morn ing, the etx suspected casos having been m--v estimated and found to have developed no true symptoms. There ws only one new caso yosterday, that of Judgo James .T. Parker, an assistant attorney Jn the Interior Department, and m Vbose division Mr. P. J. Coston was em ployed. Judge Parker's caee was directly traceable to the Coston child, with whose fstfeer be eame in contact ovary day. Tbe sick awn was removed to tho con tagious hospital, and his house, No. 1610 Fourth street northwest, thoroughl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

THE WASBXN&TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 18 a. IfPg Popular Shopping a JH mmP Place. 416 7th St. g? The Greatest Hat Bargain Yet. $1.50 French Felts, , 42c. They are not old or passe shapes in odd and undesirable colore, "but new fresh goods, the very latest shapes In black and nary. The warm "weather lias made tho miilinory Imslnoss a little backward -with the manufactur ers. We had a manufacturer come to us yosterday and offer us this lot of 20 cases at anei tremoly low price. To use his words, ho said: 'I CAN GET MORE FOR THESE HATS, BUT I KNOWI CAN GET SIT 5IONEY FUOSi CHAa BAUAI BEFORE MANY OTHERS." It is not the first time that our ready cash saves many a dollar for Washington ladies. This is but one example of it. Tho Hats were telegraphed for and are now on sale If you want tho pick come quickly It's the chance of the season, and -wo know they will not last long at such a price. $1.50 French Felt Hats, 42c. "He who knows it not argues himself unknown." Superb Overlook...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1894. DOWNFALL OF THE CHOICES Talent at Alexander Island Given a Kumber of Body Blows. FIVE FAVORITES WERE BEATEN Bemorse tho Only,Eavior for the Pnblic, and His Price Was Almost Prohibitive Bail ing at the St Asaph Coarse Attracted a Big Crowd and Heavy Betting:. After the dust had (cleared at the close of the last race yesterday, at the Alexander Is":and course, tho publio discovered the bookies had Rotten away with all tho money. Five outsiders won, and the only lavorite to score was Bomorse, at such a short price but few ventured a bet It was a Rood day for the books, and tho eleven pencilers had plenty of reason to smile. Ham's ride on Jersey met with much criticism, while Donnelly was fined for slow ness In breaking with Ticca. Boblnson was the hero ol the day, he rldinR a nice race on Aleppo by simply keeping his mount straicht. and not attempting any fine flourishes. Tho attendance was 2,000. Summaries: How the Horses Ran. Track f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, SATTJEDAY, OOTOBBB 27. 1894. The Washington Times ffiTERTDi-T IN THE TSiBl OWNED AND ISSUED BY The VJashinrjton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SornnresT coxxxx Pennsylvania avzncb and Tenth Street: Telephone Editorial Rooms, 493. Business Offlce, S37. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Threo Cents. By the month Thlrty-nvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. O., OOTOBEB 27, 1891- 14,817. The dally average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIKES' for the month of September was 14,817. robinson, chert & co., Men's and Bot's Clothiers, Cor. F anb Twelfth Sts., N. W., Washington, D. a, Sept. 23, lS9t To the Washington Times, City: GrNTLTJIZX We have been placing our ad vertisement in your paper from the first issue, and arc, and have been, very weU satisfied with the results vie have obtained. We re fer with pleasure to an advertise ment which appeared exclusive ly in your paper on Wednesday, September 26, calling attention to a silk-lined ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 26, 1894. o GENTLEMEN, Read What We Will Do 'till Nov, 1st, Viz.; Will sell ono lot or Men's 2.50 Razor Too Cair Balmorals (sizes 5 to 10J at SI-05 per pair . , Ono lotot Men's $1.00 sample Shoes atS2.65 per pair. One lot of Men's $3.00 sample Shoes at S3. 50 per pair. Every Day Ono Customer Gate a Pair of Shoes FREE. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. Big Value Little Price GloYes Our ability to clve better and greater values cannot bo ques tioned. We bavo the stock the buying facilities and the desire to glvo such sterling worth such as no other house In town can show. Here's an index to prices. 4-BTJTTON-ALI, COLORS-DRESSED KID. SOLD FOR $1.00 EVERYWHERE. Pearl Gloves white and black stitching and narrow and wide em broidery i pearl buttons. Regular 81.25 quality. Celebrated Derby Glove. Heavy embroid ered. Every one of the new shades. This is a glove we'vo always marked 2. .00 .75 Louvre 937 F St i DO YOU WANT A PIANO At your...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 October 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1894. CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT. g-a-ggqfe'-c-4,- O' fro--ocg--o mmp-7--m ? Is a day for general "buying. There is always in every household more or less things needed for Sun day. The Bojs, especially, come in for a big share of the weekly wants. A Suit of Clothes, an Over coat, a Reefer, a new Hat, a Necktie, some Under wear, Hosier-, or any other of the many things nec essary for their proper equipment. All of which 3'ou can buy to better advantage HERE than any where else, for we not only have the largest stock, but the best qualities, at less prices than others ask for the ordinary sort, so put us on your list to-day and we'll guarantee 3011 satisfaction. We also present FREE with every cash purchase of $io or over an elegant stem-winder correct time keeping watch. Don H you wanUone? ODsnso Clothes, Hats, Twelfth and 2-S---3-3-S G-GxO-SO-O ? Corsets Only 29c Sizes in Stcck 25, 26, 27, 9 28,29. 9 I A Splendid Corseteach f 9 and Every ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WA SHINGTON T"OIi.l. iNX). 224. WASEXtfGrTOI, D. C, SUNDAY MOBTIa. OOTOBEK 28, 1894 TWELVE PAGES AJXT A.RT SUPPLEMENT. THE EE CEN"TS. DB. J. EA5ISET SEVITX. YIGILAHCE HOT RELAXED Smallpox Inspectors Alert Notwith standing the Lnll in the Storm. ANOTHER CLERK THREATENED Policemen and Street Car Employes Enlist in the Great Army of Vaccinated District Commissioners Still Adopting Precau tionary Measures. rhero -was but little change in the smallpox situation last nignt. and, as stated In yestoj day's Times, Healtn Officer "Woodward does not expect another outbreak until after next Wednesday, when, if at all, the secondary cases will develop. He hopes, however, that the worst is over, and says the health de partment is ready and fully equipped for any emergency that may arise. Three suspoetod cases were "examined yes torday. Two of these were found to bo parties Buffering from simple maladies. The third ease was more suspicious and had a history of exposure. It was that of an em pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

occurs vt JxSSXJTSTGK' TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBEK 28, 1894. ilill raw Popular Shopping tg. & Plaos. 416 7ta St Those $1.50 French Fell: Hats For 42c. Are the wonder "bar gain in Millinery of the season. We have refused to sell lots of dealers, and not small ones, either, who have sent in to buy these, for the price is less than they pay at wholesale. This lot, though, is for the benefit of our customers only. AH new and desirable shapes, Black and Navy only. It's on extraordinary circum fttance, and the manufacturer loses & great deal of mcney toy the trans action. $i,50 French Felt Hats, 42c. COMEEASLTTO-MOHROWMORKING. I mmfimi E Would It not be wise to select that Suit of Clothes or Overcoat NOW so that when the blast6 " of winter howl in your ears you " will be prepared? taour "Trade "Winner" la an All-wool Blaot Ohevolt Suit for -flO stylish and rich. Overcoats at correspondingly low prices. Geo. Spransy, "The Reliable Clothier' 434 7th St. N.W. GMckeriiig lanos Of the prese...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUIT DAT, OCTOBEB 28, 1894. Come expecting to be treated as if jrou were in our place and we in yours. We believe in doing as we would be done by, so treat, you as we would like to be treated. j ust now we can treat you par- u tinilnrlv well, for we bavp in.qf vV-J - unpacked a dozen cases goods. Can treat you larly well in Overcoats. Would be awful glad if you would take the trouble to inspect the new "Paddock," "Poole," and -'Hop-kin" Overcoats. They are "butes," and you will yourself be surprised at how little they are marked. Parker, Bridget 315 Seventh Street. - 30 - 2)0' - 0 - 0 - 0" - 5XX TO 5J f Pair of S i 1 hpi i line 2 1 IMhS i In Honda' morning's "Times" we shall call for a certain numbered "Art Supple ment," and the person presenting it at our store will be given a pair of shoes free. B-rlmg the GhlWran to see 9 The "Brownies' " JMing". 9 i This interesting mechanical panorama is on exhibition Inside the store, and is attracting Thou sands dally. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WASHTNGTOM' TIMES, STJNDAT, OCTOBER 28, 1894. ThB Washington Times EYXET DAT IN TEX YEAR) OWXED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUHDINQ, gounnriBT corner Pennsylvania atenub and TENTH STREET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SS. BuaineBS OJnce, 237. rrlccDallyEfiltloa One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month Thirty-Are Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. a, OCTOBER 23, 1S9L he daily avorago number of papers sold and printed by TEE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September -was .y EELIGION OF THE POBCH. IBy the pastor of Now Jerusalom Church. In tho old Mosaic law It was ordained that the ton commandments should be -written on the doorposts cf the houses and on tho gates, and Christ said to the youngman who wanted to know what to do to be saved: "If ye will enter into Ufa keep the commandments." It would seem as it-much of the trouble nowa days with our social conditions is that people Lave got into away of overlooking this reli gion of the "entering in" stage. To hoar ...

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