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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 March 1879

THE ORAKGEBUHG TIMES. I88UED EVERY FRIDAY mokninu MELLICH AMP &. EDWARDS. Proprietors. STILKS R. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Siz Month*. 75 -:o: . ..RatfB of Advertising. (hut Square \st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Xoticca inserted in Local Column ut 20c per TAn*. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. JOT" We arc in uu wov responsible (or sho vient or opinions of our Correapnnd aaU. KRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1*879. lU-lllllH Mr. Abrain Dukes, an old and respected citizen, died at his residence n* or Branehvil'eof dropsy of the ein st, on the .Oth inst. The deceased Was a Mason in good standing, u useful mem ber, of the Church, and a valued and loved citizen, and main there are to i.egfet the extinguishment of his lamp of life. Our oldest citizens are gener ally nur best, and it is a melancholy thing to see them thus passing away. Mr. Dukes lr.nl mi re than half com pleted his three-score of years. Jf...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 March 1879

Tho Orangcbiir? Timen j z o c ~k j, NOTICE. My connection with tho Times having ceased on the let oi' January, 1879, by the sale of the property to Messrs. Mellichamp & Edwards, 1 hereby nuthori/.c Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due me on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Gkokqk Eoliver. Iiitow Arc now the rage [among school h?YB. l'llONpllUlCH? Sec ad. of dipt. John A. Hamilton in to day's issue. ? ? 1 ? tm Our Correspondent!* ? Haying given us more interesting reading this week will make amends j for the lack of editorial matter. A Itfr.tJ l>eg j Wins killed last Tuesday by Mr. ^'odiriui Feisucr It bad previously 1 1 ilU n -i li tie g'nl. Fine IIorHCS?J Mr. 1L Frank .Slater will receive on Sunday next a ear load of line horses. Dunt fail to take a look a t them. Fr'ces reasonable. Tbc Kiiiglit? of Honor Is the name of a new insurance association to be organized it. our town on Monday night by Mr. Stil/. bachcr. Persoual? Mr Will...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 March 1879

Ben Butler s Bricln Ben Butler created some cxiite Dient in the House, liy making one of the most liberal speeches e?'er deliv ered in Congress by u Republican. He planted hitnselfseveral miles on this side the line of reconciliation , and predicted that the time would come when the wounded ConfhdcratO soldiers would be placed on the pen? Bion rolls. Ho sai l bo could sec no good rear t w hy, it' a Confederate who was ot wounded could buhl a position iu the Cabinet, a Confederate who was wounded could not be a pensioner. The trouble a out Butler is that he is always an extremist. For years he has been the most bitter op ponentofall forms of reconciliation, and now when, without warning, be pins the Southern cockulu upon his political cap. we are compelled to re gard his attitude with sitipiciou. ,fe goes too far, As Mr. Blackburn truly said, the South wauls no pen sions. She slaked a'l upon her con victions of tight ? upon her belief that, the cause for which she fought was just ?an...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 March 1879

BOOTS & SHOES of THE LATEST SIjYLKS Made to (Irder by P. A. LEFVENDAHL two doors below W. m. SA.itN'3 "Where lie is prepared to do all kind of work in the above line for Ladies, Cents and Children in- the best Workmanlike manner, ami < n the raosl reasonable terms All work Warranted. A call is respectfully sol! ted. in addition io die above I will keep eon >'antly on hand Leather, Lasts, Pecs and all > lateral in my lineal very low prices for cash* aiig ?1, 1873. JB W. F. Robinson, %v WATCH IRAKER \Ps^^ cd$JL -l,,<* Jeweler, ^^t^SKr^? OratijKClburjj, S, V. A fresh supply of Lnndreth's Seeds always on hand. nov ?J 1878 ly fBM> Make IWLoney IMewsaiilly A and last, agents should address 1'in LEY HARVEY 6: Co., Adama, (in nine 1 ly CAKJUACKS BTOli and) , vV A O S r^fefe^^ I ,?n i.? giving ^ v^-*<&k-Q^a*r' mv p i: it son a l ATTENTION to my IJnsinc<sof A It Si I.tti 1 ?: .11A Ii 5 X i i, And will guarantee that my work in the future ?bull he as (MOD as in the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 March 1879

BOOTS & SHOES OF THE LATEST Made to Order by P. A. LEFVENDAHL two doors below \Vberc lie is prepared to tl<> all kind of work in tbu above line for Ladies, Cicnta and Children in- the best Workmanlike manner, and on the most reasonable terum All work Warranted. A rail i- rcs?pcelfiuTy NoH< ti d. in addition I?. the above I will keep con- | ?dantly i>n band l.<:iih> r. basis, I'egs iiudull t'laturial in my lineal very low prices for cash* aug ?I, 1878. w. f. Robinson, watch maker AikI .lewder, KUSSEL ST-. OraitKebiii'i;, C? A fresh supply of Land ret h's See? Is always on hand. nov 9 1878 1 y rjpo Itiitke Money lvIo?sanl l.y J. and la*t. agents should address FIN LEY HARVEY & <'o., Atlanta, (in lime 1 1 y carriages bl^gFes A N I d ;w a a O N s {i^^^^^-i'rf^^f" I am now giving s Sn^'viaU-' C^-U>'-' mv I? K KS ON A L ATTENTION to n?y Hnshiewof AitiiiAdu*: aiakixc;. Ami will guarantee that my wink in the future shall be as (toot) us in die past forty year...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 March 1879

THE ORAKGEBUUO TIMES. IS8UKD FVKHY FRIDAY MORN I NO SIELLICMAMI' & F.DWAKlJs! Proprietors. STILES ft. MELLICH AIM H Etlitor. Terms of Subscription* One Cf'py one Year.Si 00 " *' Six Months. 75 ~-:0: Rules of Advertising. On'. S'jiutrr let Insertion.?1 00 J'aeh Subset/uent " . 00 Notices inserted in Load Column nt '20c per Line. All Subscription, nnd Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Adntnce. SSiY" We are in no why rettpowdblc for the views or opinion! of our Correspond ent*. * FrTdaY, march 14. 1879. A Laconic Denial. "Wado Hampton, Jr., in denying the report lliat ho participated in the ball given in Florida in honor of Sherman, jointedly remarks, "I would certainly have avoided meet ing tho man who was guilty of tha cruelly of burning Columbia, nnd bad the cowardice to deny it." Terrible Tragedy. On Monday last nn encounter took place nt tho State House in Allan'!) between Col. 11. A. Alston, a member of ?he Georgia Legislature, and Capt. E. S. Cox, wliicli resulted ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 March 1879

Tho Oraiifrcbiu'g Times NOTICE. My connection with tho Times having censed on the l?t of Jauuary, 1 8f 9, by the sale of the property to Messrs. Mellichamp & Edwards, I hereby authorize Sir. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due me on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Geokue Bouver. Our Sumlny Field Glass? Methodist Cnuitcii?R07. O. A Darby took as his morning text the words: " He will not forsake the house of our Guii.'' He commenced by describing the universe a* '.bo dorn: n ion or house of the I ord; and next Heaven asj His peculiar homo, His house or centre government. But be regarded neither of these as the house alluded lo in the text, lie described the turbulent occasion in ltie time of jNehemiah widt h brought the people together und cause I the adoption of this lesolutiou which referred to the Church ot God. lie then described the ways in which men may desert the Church or house of God. 1st. By LuoLs'iding or falling away from trut...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 March 1879

I'or tlio Orungebnrg TiMi ?. MTwill'"a!l ccme out Right in the 2011(1." You ra<y any what yoil please, You nniy frrt, you may tease, After all, it won't help you, my friend, Let your mind be at rest; If you'll but do your best, And quit your grouping, "It will till come oat right in tbe cad." Whon, 'ueath clouds of di.-trcsa You despair of sucee?-, And the fates no encouragement lend, Do but act well your part And keep up a stout heart. Ami to the poor a few dollar? impart, /ml "'twill all come out right in the end." Though you oft look ahead To the future with dread, And obstacle?grave apprehend, Brave them all like a man, Work as hard as you can, And in settling nun' be too rennt, Tor "'twill all come out right in the end." There's n good God above, Ih fthf.se mercy and love, The upright may e'er lind a friend, lie has promised if you Are hut faithful mid true. And do unto others an you, Would have them do unto you, That "'twill all come out right in the cnd.*> .1. It. II. A...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 March 1879

?KE 1)01 PER ANNUM. > VOLUME A T GOD OUR COUNTRY FRIDAY MORNlNCi. MALUH 21, 1879. ALWAYS IN ADVANEC NUMBER 6 BOOTS & SHOES OF THE latest slyles Made to Order by P. A. LEFVENDAHL two doors below W. Xtt. s A.IN'5 Where be in prepared t<? do all kind of work in the above line for Ladies, Gents and Children in the best Workmanlike manner, and ny the most reasonable terms All work warranted. A call is respectfully Solicited. In addition hi the :?!. ve I will keep con stantly on hand beat tier, Lasts, Pegs nndall material in my line at very low prices for cash- aug 31, 1878. W. F. Robinson, WATCH MAKER Ami Jeweler, KUSSEL ST-, OrniiKclMirfr, S. C* A fresh supply of Lnnd ret It's Seeds Always on hand. nov 9 1878 ly Knowlton & Latlirop, ATTORNEYS AND c01nskll0rs a t Jj A w , ORANGEBURG, S. C nov 30 tf CAHRIAGES BUGGIES A X l>) ;>v a c; o ]V s I am now giving [?&'Ut=nv mv p ii KfjoN A L ATTENTION to my Kusine?? of ARIIIAGE MAKING, And will en a ran tee that my work in...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 March 1879

THE CRAKGEBURG TIMES' issuku fvisky fkihay mokmno MKLL1CHAMP & EDWARDS. Proprietors. STILES 11. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms of Subscription One Copy one Year..'..$1 00 M fl Six Month*. 75 -:o: Rates of Advertising. Ons Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . GO Xoiiccs inserted in Local Column at 20? per Line. . . T, '''All'Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. t&" We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions ol our Correspond tot?. ~ FRIDAY, M A RCH 21,;1879. Randall Elected Speaker. On Mcnday the Democratic Cau cus n el in Wusldugton nnd by a vote of 75 to 57 nominated Saiu'l J. Ran dall, of Pennsylvania, as Speaker. On Tuesday Congress met and con firmed the nomination against Gar field, the Republican candidate, by a voted 144 against 125. / Latt wctk wc advocated tho elec tion of Mr. Randall to this position on broi^d grounds, and we believe if the same iiue ol policy were adoptcJ be the Dtusocratio Convention iu nominatin...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 March 1879

The Orangeburg Times L O C ?"l7 ~ NOTICE. My connection with tho Times having censed on the l?t of Jnuunry, 1871), by the sale of the property to Meesrs. Mellichamp & Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for-all amounts due mo on the pnper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Geokgk Boi.iver. Our Sunday Field GIunh? Lutheran Church?Rev. J. F. Kiser took as his morning text: "For I know hint, that he will com mand his children and honschuld after him, and they shall hcrp the way of the Lord." He showed the importance of daily family worship as a means of lending the youth in ways of hon esty, sobriety and truth. That it is the duty of Christian parents to teach their children the true way, 'und not to b fl\e it In the child to choose for himself when he Shall have arr.ved at an age of disciction. He thought that it should be a stunding rebuke to even' cliristian father who has hot a family altar, to know that among the heathen every house hi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 March 1879

A member ol .tho br.r wns recently in one of our thriving interior towns mi )uimiess. In th." Ijolol lieAvus ; i; .' -..i' f tin i< i> i.? exactly, .ct.-i.i^g ttiL sLiangerp tumilinrilv, nhswered shortly, - FromNow York.'." Tho uexl question was,'"For what lions j arc you traveling ?" "Jjfor my own." "You are? May I ask your name?" Pause?enjoyablo to the lawyer, embarrassing to the other. "Well." (desperntely,) "what is your name?" "Jones." " What line aro you in V "1 don't understand you, Sir." "What are you selling?" (im patiently.) "Braius" (cooly). The mercantile traveler saw bis opportunity, uud looking at the other from head' to fopt, he said slowly, "Well you appear to enrry a deuced small lot of samples." "Did you ever,'* asked n brother humorist of Josh Billings, "stand at the hall door after your lecture ami listen to what the people said about it as they passed out?" Keplied Josh : "I ditl?once (a pause and a sigh) but I 11 never do it again.? Can. Sat. Niyht. Don't...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 March 1879

_ , , ? _ v, , , ^, . _' '' _ ONE DOLLAR PK It ANNUM. \ A.ISrX) OTTIt ??j?3SrTRTT- ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME ft ? FRIDAY MORNING. MARClJ 38, 1879. NUMBER ? BOOTS & SHOES OF TUE LATEST SLYLiES Made lo Order bv P. A. LBFVENDAHL two doors below W. m. "Where be ia prepared to do all kind of work in the above line for Lndies, Clonts and Children in th>' beat Workmanlike mariner, and on tho most reasonable terms All work warranted. A cab ia respectfully solicited. In addition tu the above 1 "ill koop con stantly on hand Leather, Lasts, Peg* und all material in my linu at very low prices for easlr nug 31, LS7.S. W. F. Robinson, WATCH MAKER And .lewder, KUSSEL ST, ?Draiisebnr^. S, C? A fresh supply of Landrelh's Seeds alwavs on bund. nov 9 1S7S ly Kiiowlton & Latlirop, ATTORNEYS AND COl'NSbLLOKS A T I-, A AY . orangeburg, s. c nov 30 i r CARRIAGES BUGGIES AND ;W A G O N S flJ?#jf? J S BSoSaI ATTENTH >N to iny business of AltltlAUi: MAKING, And will guarantco that my work in Ihe...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 March 1879

TUE ORAXtiKBUmji fyiMES. IS8\)ED J VERY FRIDAY ; :0RMN.O UKLLIC11A3U1 & KDW?KGsi Propi-h tors. STILES R. MiSMdril IMP Boll ir. Tevmsi of Sutofscription? C/v: Coin t.i.^ Year.i\ 00 " ' ?S'ix Moulin. 70 Kates ffjf^?iywlIsing; Our Square \?t\[Insertion.$1 oo JC<irli oubicqtient " . 50 c-cet inserted in Local Column at 20c per Ljne. f, - r AlltSf,ihsaripHont lind Transient Advertise rnknts to bt paid for ia Advance. BS?S"" We am jn no way responsible for the vi???? or opinions of our Correspoud luta. oTtVltii)AY.' M A 1 :i I! :>s. 1 S79~ The EupiTvisois Again. ?We regrot to say that at tho pro Pent writing, the indications are that the Democratic Congress will adopt a compromise on the Supervisor question. The Democratic Caucus Commit tees have proposed a bill requiring th? abolition of the tint, oath for jurors,the discontiuuauceofthc use of -eoldicts at the polls, but allowing two supervisors at each poll, a ppcinted from each political party, to act only in tho capacity of ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 March 1879

Tr^o Qrapgebnrg Times r loo aii N0TICjB My connection with the Times having ceased on the 1ft of January, 187(J, by the fculo of tho property to Messrs. Melliehump & Ed wards j I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect und receipt for all amounts due me on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid dale. George Bo liver. Our Sunday Field CUrtss? Presbyterian Church?Kov. J D. A. Brown took as bis morning text, the words from Second Toter: " Wllcrifbrc, beloved, seeing (La! //>: look for such things be ditige'nl that ye may be found of him in peace, wif/tont spot and blameless." lie showed first, that there is a future judgment revealed; that the time of it is appointed; and that the persons to be judged, are the whole race of man. lie next showed that the great concern of every ono is to "be found of bis judge in peace, without spot and blameless." 11" then showed thai to be so tound wo must be diligent* And las: ly, two motives to diligence were urged ? '?seeing th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 March 1879

Tho Gray Hr?dt'd Br The iji.-l House gave Judge Kelley, Fcriuindo '?'. noil, A. H.Stephens ami two or three others the right to re served seats without participating in the drawing, hut this time so many additions to this preferred list wero proposed that the House in dhgust refused '"'nuke exceptions.and every body bad to take his chance. While the drawing was going on tho mem bers were, massed without the bar, and, throwing aside all dignity, be haved bkc a set of .school boys The names were thrown in the box in a lump and there was a great shout of "Shako, shako 'em up !" Tho speaker seized the box und shook it so effec tually that the bottom fell out and the slips bearing the names wen t fly ing in e>ory direction, whereupon there was a great outburst of laughter. Chance favored some of the most prominent members on either side. Blackburn's name was the third drawn, and he, us well as Hie; hens. Ivel ley, Garfield, II union ami others us well known, wore able to resume their ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 April 1879

BOOTS & SHOES OF TI I E LATEST SI/KXES Made (o Order by P. A. LEFVENDAHL two doors below W. HE. SAIN'S Where bo ih prepared to do all kind of work in the above line for Ladies, Clonts and Children in the best Workmanlike manner, and on the most reasonable terms All work warranted, A call is respectfully solicited. In addition to the above I will keep con stantly oil hand Leath r. Lasts, l'cgs andall material in tuy line ;it very low prices for cash" iiitg :-1, ' 878. W. F. Robinson, WATCH MAKER JI&JIP^ KUSSEL ST. A fresh supply of Lnndrelh's Seeds always on hand, liov 0 1873. 1 y Knowlton & Lathrop, ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELLORS A rJL? i j A W , CRANGEBKJ IvG, S. C nov 30 i f CARRIAGES BUGGIES AND ? ?? T- a a ; /"Ti ?1? I ant now giving mi- L* K US ON A L ATTEKT.lt >N to my Ihn im - - of ass ti eacik m A iL bx?, And will guarantee that my werk in the future shall be n?GOOD as in the past forty years that 1 have been in the. business. 1 have kee>it<'kk> sjy s i.?....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 April 1879

I i f * i VK11Y 1.1/ Y m- kmmj illiLLlCHAJH' ?V KDWAHDS, Proprietors. STILBS K. MBLLICIIAMP Editor. Terms oi' Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 " ?* Six Months. 75 Kates of Advertising. OneSmtare 1st Insertion.?1 00 Each Subsequent " . -ri0 Xoliens inserted in Local Odumn at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. JtW*V We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond tn(s. I KIIlAY, AI'lilL 4, 1879. A Briei Review. The Orangebnrg Times was estab lished in 1870, at a lone that tbe Republican party was at the zenith of its glory. During the stormy period of Re publican supremacy, when Demo cratic principled were unpopular, and running u Democratic paper was not ns smooth and cosy a task as it. is now that tbe enemy is routed :tud the victory won, it was edited successive Jy by James S. 1 Icy ward Esq., Capt. John A. Hamilton, Mr. Fowies, and the present editor In 1873 it was bought by Mr. G. NY. U'hitehead w...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 April 1879

Tho Orarigebiirg Times L O C ~K \ j HOTSCB. My connection with tho Timms having censed on the 1st oi* January, 1?79, by the sale of the property to Messrs. Melliehamp & Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due me on the paper us its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. G kokge Boi.iveu. Onr Ss:mlay BSauiUIo?? Methodist Ciiukcii?Kev. O. A. Darby, took as his morning text, Kev. 2, 10. "lie thou faithful unto death and I icill give thee a crown of\ life." The preacher set forth tho kin 1 of service that is acceptable to our Maker. He showed that unless it wus based upon faith in Christ, it would profit nothing. That the observance of external forms, the regular attention to outward duties, and the going's through with the ?words of prayer, unless the heart of faith was in all, was not tho service which would please" our Maker or win the crown. Tout, il wo performed these outwnrd Christian ceremonies because it may he popular to do so,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 April 1879

The Ora,Tijge*b\irg Times L o c A Jj NOTICE. My conuectiou with tho Times Laving ceased on the 1st of January, 187?, by the sale of tho property to Messrs. Mclliehamp & Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts duo nie on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Gr.okcjk Boi.ivek. Our Sunday SSninbloH? Methodist Ciiukch?Rev. O. A. Darby, took as his morning text, Kev. 2, 10. "lie thou faithful unto deiitk and I icill give thee a crown of life:' The preacher set forth the kin 1 of service that is acceptable to our Maker. He shownd that unless it Avus based upon faith iu Christ i' would profit nothing. That the observance oi' external forms, the regular attention to outward duties, and the going? through with the words of prayer, unless the heart of faith was in all, was not the service which would please our Maker or win the crown. That, it' wo performed these outward Christian ceromonies because, it may ho popular to do so,...

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