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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 13 January 1900

? We invite yo ire in position ur entire busin THE CREDI POST ?P UNION DE iii ABOUT morin. ! a .-?I Sunday afternoon, Xl i?>> -iivi?c J??ng'and Mr. C??miiilus jjatv ournrised th?;ii friends by j ;ut?v retiing to the ?. &l. ii. j church parsonage, where ikey were j united in the ?oiy bonds of weo-| cok, bv iicv H?tnpail?, tilo brice'* I [tailor, Aaoihci iaarrioge of la&t Sunday ( A* .hui ol M lao iiiisabfth ftleug Mr. Gbariie Moorman ul the O? ths? bl'??C o p?U'elits. Th? mari) friends of Mrs Cor j ue itenson arv giad io h&vtj u? t*1 laughter, jfcfis? Mereu^a, atjti a?;^iu .aK.; a ?J lier residence iii irv. J. CL Coin, i ii u new pastor O? ?iilUOi) Chapel, ?IT?VCV] . {?isl ve?k <i preached foi i?i? CODJ?X* -.aliu? 02 l?t Sunday. M. Find Mr*. D. Q'lV\u> Ot C ar . >ji-)?-ed to Union. Mrs f:l\Hik\ vt regret t ) n>-.ui? (Amte .^;J^>^OW? ctj. ibis writing, ?AI : b'oiiy /??nlgiTs of Spaitan burg ???ade a br??? business trip io .rn , ^...- city til?.?i Week....

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 13 January 1900

PENITENTIARY REPOST. Excellent Showing of This Institution For The Year. Superintendent Griffith, of the State penitentiary has completed the finan cial portion of his annual report. Dur ing the day he paid $10,000 into the State treasury and ?he announces that he has on hand in cash and cotton un sold and bills collectable the sum of $5,450.28. He also states tfcat plenty of corn, etc., ?has been made this year to supply t'he State farms for another year. The summary of the institu tion's financial statement is as fol lows: Bal. on hand Dec. 31, 1898 .. $4,804.44 Total receipts for 1899 .. 63?51&.2? $68,322.67 Total expenditures for 1899. 58,436.00 Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1900 .. $9,.?86.67 Cash rec'd since Jan. 1, 1900 . 2,963.611 45 bales cotton unsold, at $30 1,350.00 Amount due and collectable . 1,250.00 $15,450.28 Amount paid State ?treas .... 10,000.00 Bal. on hand and collectable.$ 5,450.28 News Notes. Gov. Mcsweeney recently received from W. D. Porchcir cf Charleston a ' v...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 27 January 1900

1 /ERTISERS, ? .< ,| I MK COLOBBD O Suet* <"*' ! jjj I :0PLE'S RECORDER. g 4 00**B& Publisher?. WE ADVISE. COUNSEL AND ADMONISH FOR THE BETTERMENT OF OUR PEOPLE . .i. ni. NO.20. PEOPLE'S RECORDER PUBLISHED FOR THE ELK VATIOS OF OUR RACE, AND IS AN EXPONENT OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY ?7* 1900. ??o*o?>*o?o*o*c*o*o*o*o*o* I BRANCH OFFICES f * AT O ? INION, ORANGEBURfi, ? I LAURENS, GREENVILLE, * I GREENWOOD. g Founded ia 1898. Price $1.50 Per Vear. I LEGISLATURE. M g ge?j Done By Our Lawmak ers Day by foy. 0!? LICENSE BILL PASSED. _- . n> Tax Measure Killed-Round iva Iklwt Law Po>poncd.-New SENATE. , "?? Dav - he Senate met at r, . r c rss since Saturday, were opened with chaplain, Kev. G. H. :' Senator Grubcr moved non the House amendments . .. court bill. The motion Senator Henderson mov in the house amend z wi) to provide for the am % .? r-narters. with certain ex ? i.? as railroads and munie nj ?ns. The UH was passed ... ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 27 January 1900

The Reeorder. --PtTBCJSFfED EVE KY SATURDAY. 6. H. NIX. C !.. HOLMES mt & HOLMES, Editors, ?. ? _ j i-^ SUBSCRIPTION KATES : OneY?or, - - - tl.bX Six Monti?, - - - - 85c. Torte Months, - - - 5i>e. City Subscribers ! Oe. per month JV DVEKTi411 NO RATES n.ade known on application. CORRESPONDENCE on : injects of in terest is in vi tod. we are not re sponsible for views expressed by Correspondents. AI L MONEY seni* by Express, P. (>. Atoney Order or Registered Letter is at our risk. ZW*A il -Money, Com m^rr cation s tc, must be addnss? d to the PEOPLE'S RECORDER, 1113 Taylor St., Columbia, S. C. SATURDAY MORNING, JANT. 27 The repul li' ans of the State of Georgia have trendy ca.'led their ?tate and district convention. Our * leaders in South Carolina ought to begin to 1< ok for N ard to doing the same. The State ot Virginia has followed ia tho v>ake of her South ern sisters and parse 1 a "jim crow car law/' Repr?sent?t)ve Bolts; of George town made a hit t his week, in t...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 27 January 1900

?lEMONARCH COTTON MILLS LOCATED 5lacb interest is heine evidenced m the site selected for the Monarch Cotton Mill. It has been decided to locate this big 8200.000 cotton mill in the easier? suburbs of the iota, on the old fair ground lands. The location is both beautiful and idrantag^us, commanding a fine position between two public roads, and rLrht on the great ?Southern Eai?road. East Union inhabitants are happy over the Monarch's choice , realizing the fact that such an enter- j wise is an a? Ivan tage to all enisse* ; if industrious people. j C?LP D- G LA DN EY AGAIN I?;AI;D F?OM. Mr. ?'ulp. IX Gladrey has again Unheard from to 'the gratification j cf relatives and friends. A letter is received from him last week ! Uateil Mani a, Dec 13 h.. with in formation to ti.e effect that he "liad j been very sick but was convalescent, ? His comrade Bynnm D. L. Xicho- < bs was in good heal: h and ol? on an j 1 expedition, being one of that party j ' which performed that'splendid ox-M pf...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 27 January 1900

Go! Evan With tne Gpvernmtnt In the rank and file of the army no subject is more ireouently commented upon than General Otis' extreme con scientiousness in matters of petty?detail, says the Chicago Tribune. During an advance on the north line recently one company had to lie down at the side of .the road for shelter from the well-direct ed volleys of the insurgents. One of the privates had dropped his haversack in thc middle of thc road away back. and. after the company had laid down, he calmlv stood up and walked down the road "toward the lost haversack. He made a fine target for the insurgents and the bullets rattled around him pretty lively. "Here, come back here. O'Malley, ye??ed the Lieutenant of the company. "You'll be killed." "Well," replied 0'Malley over his shoulder. "I might jest as well be killed as have General Otis a runmn' me up hill and down dale and comm' over tc me house ivery mornin and a savin', 'O'Malley. why don't you pay the Gov ernment for that haversack?' " T...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

EXPOSITION ?i4 AY NUMBER ? TIIK PKO. XiK'S 8TATK Pl *'i R..PUJH 18H '. D IN TH t iM'KRKa I UK COLUKKD KA<;K...A XiUBNAL OK MKW8 AN?? OPI?Y.OJ?. Y(0l. 9. COLUMBIA, S. 6. ?AY, DECEMBER 21. 1901 No. 14 FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS Hold Their Communication in j Town of Winnsboro. , Grand Vaster arji Officers Re-Elected. I Grand and Enthusiastic Meet ing Throughout The 33rd annual communication of the Most Worshipful Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of South Carolina und juris* diction was held at Winnsboro lust week. The folio wirig Grand Lodge office ra were present : :.v :l;Dr. C. C. johnson G M, Rev. B" P. McDowell D 6 M, T. L. Shiver G S W, J. I. Washington G J W. fi. M? Nixon G TA T?, ari lawyer G S, Rev, I. D. Davis G L; C. C Mc Rae G C,i?. G. Davis G P, T. W' Williams G Marshall. A, J. Johnson G S Di' HW.Hines O J D, Dr. D. Moorer G S S,-Rev. E. W. Allen G P&^wi^ B, McDonald Raglh llljp^ , J. Le*y D D G M, J. C. Jackson D' D'G M, There were present .also over o...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

GHMLESTOI m EXPOSITION and CHRISTMAS HCSL?DAV NUMB THE OPEES RECORDER TlIK PRO- ItK'S STATIC Pl **i K--PIIHI 1SH f> IN Til t iMKBKs T OK IHK COLUKK? I.A(.K.?A J.tl'KNALi OP NKW8 ANO 01M> O? Vtol. 9. GOLUAlBlfl, S. 6., SflTURBfly, DEGEMB&R 21. 1901 No. 14 FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS Hold Their Communication in Town of Winnsboro. , Grand Master u0 Officers Re-Elected. A Grand and Enthusiastic Meet ing ThroQghont The 33rd annual communication cf the Most, Worshipful Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of South Carolina und juris diction was held at Winnsboro Inst week. The folio wirig Grand Lodge officers were present : 'Dr. C. C. Johnson G M, Rev. B" F. McDowell D G M, T. L. Shiver G S W, J. L Washington G J W. R M. Nixon G T: E, J. Sawyer G S, Rev. I. D'. Davis G L, C. C Mc Rae G C, R. C. Dav. s G P, T. W' Williams G Marshall. A, J. Johnson G S D, JET. \V. Hines G J D, Dr. D. Moorer G S S,-Rev. E. W. Allen G ?J ?t S.J- Hart G. Sword B, H. L. paT?^G. Stau,. B, McDo...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

THE PEOPLE'S RECORDER. A Journul of Nows and Opinion. _?_ Published Every Saturday, at Colombia, S. O. BUBSCItlPTION BATES: I? Armsen-ODO Year, fd.50; Six Mouth?, 75- couts; Throe Months, 50 cent?. A. ?ash dtscouut of 26 conts will bo allowed on all Yearly Bubscrlptlona when paid strictly IN AOTANCR. City Subscription 15 couts por Mouth, iiaynme ?t ?nd ut Month; 12 ceuta per Mouth when pHid tx *DVIXCK. COMMUNICATIONS: THR REOOUOER will publfeh brlof and. ra tional cornmuulcadous ou Mihjeots of (ttm?r alluioro*t when they an? arco m pim i nd by theuamfs aail nddrvss?? of tho nuthors.atut ur? not of a defamatory natur?, und WIH-U sufflctmit cash ls ??ut to pay for 'vet-up" no chart:? for spa??. Atrnntyni >m com munitions will not bo notlon<l. Wo do not rot um rtieeted raanusorlot, unless stain | * aro neut for samv. Notiewof murriaa??s. birth?. d?*a'lt?, lost, found, otc, 25 COU IS trarh Insertion of nix lim*? or le-s. Mak? uli po-itul und oxpross u'.ou?y arden paval>l? to C....

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

THE PEOPLE'S RECORDER, A Journal of Nows and Opinion.^ Published Every Saturday, at Oolambi?, S. C. SUBSCRIPTION EAT ES: . Is AIJVANCR--OD? Year. 91.50; Six Month?. { 75- cents; Three Mooth?, 50. con t??. A cash' discount of 25 cents will be allowed ou all Yearly Subscriptions wheu ^ald strictly IN ADYA.HCK. Glty Subscription 15 cents per Month, naynhle nt end of Month; Vi centa per Month wiicu paid IN aovaxcx. COMMUNICATIONS: THB UKOOIiDER will publish brlof and. ra tional communications on mtyoets of goner alinteroat when they aro accompnniBd by thenames and address** oftbe nuthora.and are not ot a defamatory nature, and when smCQctunt cash ts sentto pny'for "?et-up" no charle for space. JLtraooytn 'Us com munition* will not be noticed. Wa do not return rejected mamiporlot, unless Bl am pa are sent for same. Nociceaor marrlimes, birth?, deaths, lost, found, etc., 25 couts each lufortlon nf Hix lines or lusa. Make nil portal and express monty orders pavable to a P. HOLME3, Editor a...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

?dfccn l?virvj thing the straight-^^?'?.^' mil? sing ' ?3$Dp?:j . ? high, exulting strain .. 'fi' ?Ti ic coacher reel o'er ii?c s>l.:n- Jj : ??i~ sive! WSWCUUIIHVT across tilt- plain. gTtinuigh night, through jdaX? ' wc leap away VCitii rt.tths anil eras!? and 'roar, ?Kati oar pukes leap as we home-; ward sweep. fi And Christina . tr:nre. s carnes once? ArMi -flt ? ABEL GIFFORD was out j\ /J of sorts. There was an un I \/ J happy expression closely g~ approaching a scowl upon her iresli, young face ns she gazed moodily from tho kitchen window upon a scone bright with the glitter of sun light upon fresh-fallen snow. Au open letter hiy upon her lap. Her mother glanced at her anxiously from time to time on her short journeys to and fro irani kitchen to pantry, and at last ?aid gently: "I am sorry about your disappoint ment, dear, but 1 suppose lt could not toe helped." "It is all Helen's scUBhnoss," burst out Mabel, hotly. "She promised last cummer to spend Christinas with me, and n...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

5ua;\^y?^o SOUND 'Ti-i.e n living thutg t!ic r.tralr;lit. 'fZit'f'ft rails, sing 1 '???-'u ?. high, csultin;* strain .' ?T he coneac*; reel o'er i'?u sl.:n ' ii*..'; steel 1 ?Vswethtui'ter across Itic ">:.??n. *T:?i-?u;;li i::^':it. tJirouy'i Jay, wc leap away tVisli r-.tt'.c and crash \ and 'roar, . - 'N'.IV^ . jtsd o.?r pulse ; leap .io wc noyne-; j/*11' wart! ?weep. And Chrititma? cnnci once, it MABET. GlWOUD was out of sorts. Theil; was tm un happy expression closely -, approaching a scowl upon fter ircsh, young face a? she gazed moodily from the ki I chen wintlow upon j a. scene bright with the glitter of sun- ! light upon fros h-rallen snow. An open Jotter kly upon her hip. lier motlier j glanced nt lier anxiously from lime to time, on her short journeys to and fro j .from k(tchou lo pantry, and nt last ?a id gently: "i nui sorry about your disappoint ment, dear, but I suppose lt could not IM? helped." "H. is nil Helen's selfishness," hurst out !\Iabel, hotly. "Sin- promise...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

People's Recorder 6. F, HOLMES, Editor. .SuuiCi iptioifi i va is ADVAXCJ: -ui!..- w.,r. ?>i.3?.?: .S?? Mouths, ?? ct.-is: Hirer MOM'. >-.. SO oentn. A o.tdi il ?? co not >? . . yen ta will bu aliowrd ;>.? i.V. ?rr, Subscriptions ween pain .<..;..:. ;y ADVA NCR. City (Subscription ll ?onts per monti!, payai/:*! a? end vf Mouth: I?? cents :>>.<.? Wtiii'h wbsii (luid in ail vail':,*. Communient)oi "... THE UKCOHDKK will brief and rutiouul coinnuinicaiion: on subject H of general interest v.-;.^:; thoy are accompanied by ibo name aud addresses of tl) o M: th or.?, aro not of a defamatory U.-:I:;? , and when RiifHoient c:fij : : > pay '*sot-up"-no charge fi r Amionyuioiiri communications not be noticed. W? do ?t f'ot'irn rejected manuscript, unless H tain ps ure sent, for samo, ; uti- o.-, o? mar riagea, births, death.? lost f ?un ! nt:'. 25 centB er.oh insertion ot" ?ii: linet-' or letts. Make a I 1 postal and espre** nionev ordere payable t-1 C. F.B01.MH titi...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

People's Recorder 6. F. HOLMES, Editor. Subscription listes : lar ADVANCE-One year, ?1.50: Six j Mouths, ?5 ctrns: "Three Mouths, j 60 cen t?. A i\\*h discount of ?i i uenta will be ul lowed on ttl I Yearly* Subscriptions when poul atp ct ly IN ; ADVANCfi. City subscription" IS <k*nt? per month, payable at euri of Mouth: 1*$ cents per Mouth when; ?laid in advance. Communications. THE UEOOKD?R will publish] brief and rational communications! on subjects of gen oral interest when : they are accompanied by tito nameo] and addresse- of thc authors, und | are not of i defamatory natura, j and when liufiicieut cash ia sent loi pay ,,fiot-up"-no charge for apt ic e. Annonymou? communications will j not beuotteed. We (io not return j rejected manuscript, unless stamps are sent for ea tn?, fotU-es of mar riages, births, deaths lost found ntn. 25 cents each insertion of ?ix linen or les?. ( Make a 1 1 portal and express : money orders payable to C. F. Hoi.MKS Editor ?nd Publisher Colombia ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

People s Recorder j 6. f. HOLMES, Editor. Subscription Kates : lar ADVANCE- One year, $1.50; Six Mouths, 75 cents: Three" Mouths, 60 cent*. ? cash ilieooutit of 25 eents wilt be allowed on all Yearly j Subscriptions when piiid strictly IN ADVANCE. City subscription" 15 j cents per month, pay ab! o at end of Mouth: IS cents per Month when daid in advance. i Communications. THE UECOKDER will publish brief and rational communications on subjects of general interest when they are accompanied by tho hames sud addresses of the authors, and are not ot* a defamatory nature, and when sufficient cash ia Bent to pay ''set-up*'-no charge for space. Annonytnous communications will not be noticed. We do not return rejectod manuscript, unless stamps are sent for same. ?'otiecs of mar riages, births, deaths lost, found etc. 35 cents each insertion of Six liner or less. Make a I 1 postal and express money orders payable to C. F. BLoLMKS Editor and Publisher Columbia S. C. SA TU RDA Y . DEC. Qi OUE E...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

TUE CAPITAL CITY ITEMS. Grand Order True Reformers Tobe Organized. Vliat Has Happened, and Who Has fis Ked the City During the Past Week-other Mentions. A. W. BERRY. Local Editor. -No paper next week -Rev. E. R. Roberts of Flor . enc? was In the city Saturday Warneka'a Bakery for fresh bread. -Rev. O. W Davis of Sumter, waa among city visitors this week -Dr. Chas. L. Waltoo took in the Charleston exposition Ja't week. Ibid pap?-r is on exhibitiou in the Negro departmeut of tho exposition al Charleston. Van Metres is the place for poor people to buy fnrnitme. His is tua cheapest furniture store in lowu. -There will be no paper from thia offlcu next week. Look for her January 4th,T902. The ward One Furniture Co., is the beat furniture store they seil .by cash or on UP: .'it. People in this ward should pu mize thurn. -The State Excjcuti?-* Commit '.tee ol the Baptist .State Ccu Veil tt OD wai in sbd.noa at Zt.ou this Week. -It is reported here that Mr, Buller Dilbert, formerly of iLis ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

TUE CAPITAL CITY ITEMS. Grand Order tm Reformers Tobe Organized. flit His Happened, and Who Has Vis Ked the City During the Past Week-Other Mentions. A. W. BERRY. Local Editor. -No paper next wuek -Kev. JS. R. Roberts of Flor . enci? waa in the city Saturday Warneks'sj Bakery for fresh bread. -Rev. 0. \V Davis of Sumter, was among city visitors this week - Dr. Chas, L. Wnltou took m the Charleston exposition lu,f week. Ibis p&p?T is on exhibition in the Negro department of tlie exposition at Charleston. Van Metres is tho place for poor people to buy fnruituiu. His is thu cheapest furniture store in town. -There will be no paper from thia offlcu next week. Look for her January 4th, 1002. The Ward One Furniture Co., is the best furniture store they sell .by cash or on ci. ! it. People in this ward should pu diize thuin. -Thc Stitts l?x?cutive Commit .tee ol the Baptist nt-.ite Coi'eiitiuu wai in scciiioii at Ziuu this week. - lt is repo-ted here that Mr, Butier Gilburt. formerly; ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

TUE CAPITAL CITY ITEMS. Grand Order True Reformers, Tobe Organized. ] WM Ht Bappened, and Who Has Tis Ked the City During the Past Week-Other Mentions. A. W. BERKY. Local Editor. -No paper next week -Rev. E. R. Roberts of Flor . enc?? was in the city Saturday i Warneks'rf Bakery for fret?n bread, j ! - Rev. C. W Davis of Sumter, wa? among city viuiur.s lins week ! - Dr. ('bus. L. Walton tuok m ! the Charleston exposition Ja * w uek.l 1 hi.i p&p?T is on exhibition tu the i Negro department of th? exposition j at Charleston. I Van Metres is tho place for poor peuple to buy furuituie. His is the i cheapest furniture ature in to wu. J -There will be no paper fruin ! this ufflee next weok, Look fur her j January 4lh, lO??. The ward One Furniture Co., is tho bent fumit'ir?! store they seil .by canil or un e; 'it. I'ooplo it) ibis Ward should pa >ttize I he til. i -The !>lats I?x?cutive Commit j .'.(oe'ol tin1 Lt.uV-i.si nt-ile Uci-'i-iiluju i wm in suasion at Zion this week, j -...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

STEADILY IMPROVES DR. TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Argues That the World Grows Better Day By Day- Many Opportunities. For Improvement. ' WASUJISUTON, D. C.-In thia discourse Dr. Talr.iagc recites some great ovortta and ehows that the world in advancing in thc right direction; text, .Joel ii, 30, "I will show wonder? ia the heavens und in the earth.." Dr. Cumming-great and good man would have told UK thc exact tinto of the fulfillment ox this prophecy. As I stepped into hin wluriy in London on my arrival from Pari* just after the French had sur renden d at Sedan the ROO?! doctor enid to tro: "lt hi just what I had told you about France. People Itiughrtl ut rae because I talked about the seven horns and the vials, but. 1 foresaw all this from the book ol' Daniel und tho book nf Revelation." Not taking any such responsibility in the in terpretation of the passage, I simply as sert that there are in it suggestions of many things In our tir.ie. . O'.ir <-yo9 dilate and our heart quickens ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

STEADILY IMPROVES DR. TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Argues That the World Grows Better Day By Day-- Many Opportunities. For Improvement. 1 WASHINGTON. D. C.-In this discourse Dr. Talniago recites some great ovontB and shows that thc world ia advunr.ing in thc right direction; text, Joel ii, 30, "I will 6hov. wonders in the heavens and in the earth/' Dr. Cumming-great and good man ?would have told un the exact time of the fulfillment of this prophecy. As I stepped iuto Iiis i/ludy in London on my arrival from Paris just after the French had sur rendered at .Sedan thc good doctor eaid to me: "It 13 just what I find told you about Fr?tice. People laughed-nt mo because I tailed abjut thc seven horns and the vials, but I foresaw ?11 this from the hook of Daniel and tho book of ltevelation." Not taking any such responsibility in the in terpretation of thc passage, I simply as eert that there are in it suggestions of many titiugs iii our time. . Our c-yos dilate and our heart quickens in its pu...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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