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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

, THE LAZY MAN. I'm tho laziest man, 1 reckon, that a mortal over seed! Got money.' Nnry a dollar! I wasn't built for greed, Fer graspin' an* for gripiu' \> here the revenue is found; I'm what yon call a lazy 'un?jos1 built fer ly in' round! Contented! Blighty right I am; when spring winds whisper sweet. In tbo meadows where tho daisio, nuikcn carpet for your feet; Where the nest in* birds are eliirp.'n'; when* the brook, in witchin p!ay, Goes iaughiu' ou, n-pushiu'nll tho lilies out of his way. You'll find mo almost any time a lyiti' at un? ease, With tti-* lu!l suns o' fc'so locust and the drowsy drone o' bee* Above me and aroun' mo; I'm a poet in my 4 way. An' 1 rather hear t!;e birds sing 'an b> shoot Vm any day! "Jes' laziness.*' they tell me; an' I reckon they are right; But the "or! I s no full o' l;eauty, an' you can't see much at night! But different folks has diderent minds, nor drink from I he same cup; When I'm tnlkiu'to the liii-.-s. they're a plow in' of e n! up....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 22 September 1888

DR. TALMAGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DA'S SERMON Subject:?-"The Chain of Influences." Text: "Mak* a chain."?Ezekiel vii., 2> At school ami in college in announcing the mechanical powers, we glorified the lever, the pulley, the inclined plane, the screw, the axle and "the wheel, but my text calls us to study tho philosophy of tho chain. These links of metal, one with another, attracted the old Bible authors, and we hear tho chain rattle and see its coil all the way through from Genesis to Revelation, flashing as an ornament, or restraining as in captivity, or holding as in conjunction as in case of ma? chinery. To do him honor I'lmruoh hung a chain of gold about the neck of Joseph, and Belshazzar one about the neck of Daniel. The high priest had on his breast-plate two chains of gold. On tho camels' necks, as tho Lshmaelites drove up to Gideon, jingled chains of gold. Tho Bible refers to the Church us haying such glittering adornments, saying: "Thy neck is comely with chains of ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

Established 1S71. William Gamble Axdrkw Gamble WM. GAMBLE & CO., PRODUCE G0II1S MERCHANTS, No. 185 Reads Street, New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, Locustvillo,Vn., People's Bank. N. Y. AH checks on firm cashed on preseutatiou by lfi. B. Swauger & Co. (^Shipping No. 55 _ E. II. Qb-iinf B. J. Q?lXN S?IITSSI?I IMQIilfi, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. E^'Refereiice?A. M. Nottingham, Loeustvillc, Va. Everett T. Nock Elbridge F. Nock M nil 11 i, IMUbK Wholesale Shippers and g pn uu? SOS S. Front St. & S. W. corner Delaware avenue & Dock St. And Nos. i, 2, 3 & i S. Delaware avenue .Murker., Pbihtd'a. PAiNUUAfcT & lyJtujb^'ijLj Wholesale Produce Strawberries, Potatoes, i'eas. &c. T. (J. Eairlttnks. Geo. W. Tull, R. E. C'cchran, L. M. Bauson. ?.ieeial. FAJMBANM?9 f?l ^ j {Succtxsor* to 2t, E. COCHRAH td CO..) 131 WASHINGTON ST . NEW YORK. Shipping Number 3o. .Sweet potatoes a specialty in their sea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

ACUOMAC COURTHOUSE. VA. b ATURD AT ?september 20,1838 ?ntered at the Posto?ice at Accomac C. H..Yav.as secoud-elass matter. PresiflentialJElection, 1888. For President: GROVKR CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G.THUEEM AN, Ohio. For Congress?1st District: GILMOR S. KENDALL, Northampton. WOL(TZ)FIN SHEEP'S CLOTH? ING. "The sum of onr offending" m a recent editorial was a reference to the Free Lance as "our Republican contemporary.'.' Our esteemeri(?) contemporary thereupon waxes wroth, sending forth a wad that would do credit to Mary's little lamb, and thereby deceive the readers of the Free Lance if it were not known that a Wol(tz)f instead was posing as a picture of injured innocence* As his old garb suits him besj and no one is deceived, it becomes our duty theretore, to counsel our broth? er^) of the "art pieservativo" in the future to be natural it he would see himself as others see him. The editor of the '^Free Lance of fended because it is called a Re publican she...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATUKDAY.Septembkh 29,18S8 fcfT A ('-ORS-Tn-irK on your paper, b<rfoi-e $5" yonr name, '-lade with pen andink, indicates mat your suWriptioii has IfS5" expired, or is due-, aia, yon are re-1 ?.5* spectfully solicited to remit or re- j fcS>" new. LOCAL MEWS. Circuit court commences Tuesday,; the 2nd day of October next. - I When von visit Baltimore stop nt. the j Maltby House, where -?% ill bo found J first-class accommodations and exceed^ Ingly low Kites. A brass band is to be organized at Accomae C. II., and all parlies inter? filed in same are requested to meet in the courthouse, next Tuesday night. Mr. .las. P. Dougherty,arrived home today with a bran new Mock of goods and says he is ready to give yours much for a dollar as you can get any? where. Tin* postofKce has bi-en removed from Marsh market to Mr. Walter.1. Hall's store, about one mile north. The name! of the P.O. is Belinda and Walter J.Hall is postmaster of same. Mrs. Sallie M. Custis, Accom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

<3^C0NSTRUCTION?^S^ In the niannfactwo of this wonderful cart only the very best quality of everything is used. Wheels, Kenney patent. A 1 grade: ?Nies steel, double collar. 3lze i inch; shafts, best second crowth hickory, thoroughly seasoned, XXXX quahl The seat ;<nd body frame is constructed of Tsteol side pieces: bottom made of veneered wuod, three thicknesses, thor. oaghly rivitcdto side pieces. The side pieces are connected in front in.der shafts with a joint, and are supported b means of two spiral springs, as shewn in cut. These springs are made from best ci ucible steel, and twelve feet coiled i: eacli, Oil tempered, laminated wood seat oottom; forged iron seat rail-, finished in the white ;nicely striped, and fuil leathe trimmed. This cait guaranteed in all parts. ?.--Catibfully Notf. These Points.-:? 1. This easy riding cart has no seat bars to climb over in getting in or out of the seat. This makos it desirable for ai classes of people 2. It is the only cart that ca...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

BEAUTIFUL NV1K3EO THOUOBTS Beautiful birds have p'umnge, Beautiful thoughts have wings; Stars shine far above thesish Of earth's va&ne whisperings. Under the earth's brood besom Never beauty \ic< But shall burn its way to the rim of day. And flash K> our wondering eyes. Beautiful gems lie hidden Diider the fo!d of earth; Even the slimo hides a thought sublime Till the time of th> lily's birth. Even the l>ir is wont creeping Wingless and fcatherlcs*, Till p'ume by ptunte, 'ike the roses bloom, They borrowed the singer's divss. Beautiful bitd< h ivy plumage, Beautiful thoughts fly h'gh; The poet's song caim-t shuub.T long. Its track is the boundless si;y. Under the infinite heaven Never a wing unfurled But sliatl find Us way to the verge of day. And flash onsomj wondering world. ?Lai'r.t Be I. AFTER THREE YEARS. BY AI.FKED L. KINO. The acquaintance of Marcia Edler, ?whose father owned a large stoe'e farm near Phdade'.ph a, a-ul Austin Gaudaur, of that city, beg; n i...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 29 September 1888

if DR. TALMcYGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DAY SERMON. Subject: ?.'Superfluities a Hinder? ance."' Text: ".4 7iiau of great stature, u-hose. fingers and toes were four and twenty, six on each hand, and six on each foot; and he a'souasthe son of tlic giant. But when he defiled Israel. Jonathan, (he son o/Shinvx^ David's brother, slew fti?H."?1. Chronicles xx., 5, C and 7. Malformation photographed, and for what reason? Lid not this passage slip in by n mistake into the Sacred Scriptures, as some? times a paragraph utterly obnoxious to tho editor gets into his newspaper during his ab? sence? Is not this Scriptural errata' No, no; there is nothing haphazard about the Bible. This passage of Scripture was as cer? tainly intended to be nut in the Bible as the passage: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth," or.^HS?d so loved tho world that He gave his only begotteu son." And I select it for my text to-day because it is charged with practical and tremendous meaning. By th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

William Gamble Established 1871. Andrew if amble WM. GAMBLE & CO, p Iii K no Uli uulili No. 185 Reade Street, New York. References?A. M. Notfcin'ghain, LooustvilhsVa., People's Bank, N.Y. All checks on (inn cashed on presentation l>y K. B. Swanger & Co, ^Shipping No. 55 E. II. Qtjixjj Ji. J. Qurxx Qmwmmm iiisiiifi, 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poultry, Game and Produce of every description. SP Reference?A. M. Nottingham, Loeustville, Ya. Everett T. Nock Elbrklge F Nock m Li ir m PfW 8 Pi 1. IMUbK I b! Whole-ale Shippers and 30S S. Front. St. & S. W: corner Delaware nvonne & Dock St-. And Nos. i. 2, 3 & -i S. Delawaie avenue .Mar!,'.!, Philad'a. PANCOAST & GEJ.FFITHS, Wholesale Produce Straw berries, Potatoes, Peas, &c. IZ% BOCK BT? milzcJelphm T. G. Earrbaiiks. Geo. W. Tall, lt. E. (Jochran, E. M. ilinisoii, Special. FAMMBAWE?, TWMM M @@<, IT PP (Successors to R, E. COG If RAH ifc CO.,) Ol I 131 WaSFIINGT?N ST., NEW YORK. Shipping Nn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

Jno.W. Edmonds e?t?r *ud IMitor. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. S ATTJRDAY, OCTOBER G, 18SS Entered at the Postofliee lit Accomac C. 11. A a., us secoud-classmatter. PfBsiiemialElsctioB, 1888. For President: GROYER CLEVELAND? ] New York. "?For Vice-President: ALLEN G. THITRRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st Distinct: GILMOR S. KENDALL, Northampton. Adyj^g-fv?m 'every part of Ac -?"c?rnne indicate that the Democrat ic column is in motion and is daily growing stronger. Clubs are be . lag organized in many ports of our county and the large accessions made to our ranks at every meet? ing showsjthat local issuesno long er divide aud distract our people and that the kindly feelings for -Jlie Republican candidate for Cong ress, which has led some of them astray in the past, no longer con? trols them. The apathy which ex? isted in our ranks two years ago is rapidly giving place to a genuine enthusiasm in the interest of De? mocracy and with rare exceptions the voters of Democratic proclivi ties heietof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, OCTOBER G, 188* <sr A cross-mars nn your paper, oefore f~T vour name. *wade with pen and Ink, KT indicate* that your subscription lias expired.or is due,ana you re-' ?9" spectfully solicited to remit or re (FiT new. LOCAL KEWS. Mr. Baker, a niemlic of the The Fruit ?od Produce Exchange of Balti? more, was a visitor to our town on Wed? nesday. When vou visit Baltimore stop at the Mallby House, where will be found first-class accouimodatlons and exceed- j ingly low mtes. Bevival services are now being held in the Baptist C?urch.Driimmontltowii, conducted oy t!ie yastor and Rev. Mr. Barnes of Northampton. Mr. A. j. L ill ist on, Accomac C. H., has been awarded the contract by U. S. Government for building the new Life Saving Station on Metompkin beach. Messrs. J. D. Belote & Son. Savage villc, Ya., havejust leturned from the city with a full aud complete stoik of f;-.!l and winter goods and customers wanting bargains are requested to take notice...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

^S^CONSTRUCTION^ In ilie mannfacuiro of this w?nderf?l cart only the Tory be*t qti&tify of everything is used. Wheels. Kenney. patent, trimmed Carefully Note These Points 1. This easy riding cart has no seat be-rs 10 climb over in getting in or out of the sent. This makes It desirable for all classes <-f people 2. It is the only cart that can be adjusted to suit the road and the weight of the rider. Five seconds will produco this great result. 3. The bottom is solid, in preference la slats so commonly wsed. which protects driver from dust and mud. 4. Where other carts have ti oiu i t? S foot sprlngs.the Spiral has 24 foot spi ings, giving uiorc elasticity than any other cart made. 5. It is the lightest draught cart in tlie market, u. It balances perfectly! 7. It is free from horse motion. S. A perfect beauty in appearance. 'TO HORSEMEN^O A Test. ?Place 2 or 4 scantlings 8 or 10 feet apart on a loml. and then drive over them as nist as your horse cm trot or run. ife will guara...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

^^^^^^! ' - ^' ACCOMAC C H, VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. THE FR1END?FACES A CO. "Should avlil acquaintance be forgot?" ? IVs, if you \l jusl as lief an not. ,'oiin I'aul. Thero are several things that trouble one's ago, And work for n man much woo, Buch ?? gout?ami doubt?debts that will run. And rhyme that will not tlow. But when all has been said, do wo not most dread, Of the many bores tint we know, That ubiquitous ban, the woman or mar Who knew one "ages ago1'* In youth?you were young: and foolish per? haps; You flirted with high and with low. Had one love cm the hill, and one down by .the mill Yet never were wicked, ah, no! And this friend knew you in a far-away way. In a way that was only so s.> ? Just enough to give hue to the cry about you: "Oh, 1 knew him ages ago!" You are married now and quite circuraspact. Your p.u-.-, like your speech, is slow You tell in a bank; keep silent in church Are one it is proper to know; Put this vigilant friend will never con...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 6 October 1888

DR. TALMA.GE* THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DA* SERMON'. Subject: "The Clouds His Chariot." Text: "Who maketh the clouds His Chariot,"?Psalm civ., ?. Brutes are constructed so as to look down. Thos-' earthly creatures that have wings when they rise from the earth s:.11 look down, and the eagle searches for mice in tha crass and the raven for carcasses in the field. Man alone is made to look up. To induce him to look up God makes the sky a picture allery, a D?sseldorf, a f.ouvre, a Luxem ourg. a Vatican that eclipses all that Ger- j man. or French; or Italien art ever nccom- i plished. But God has failed so rar to attract the attention of most of us by tho scenery of the sky, We go into raptures Hover owers in the soil, but have little or no appreciation of the "morning glories" th it bloom on the wall of the sky n't sunrise or tho dahlias in the clouds at sunset. We are in ecstasies over a gobelin tapestry or a bridal veil of rare fabric, ora snowbank of exquisite curve, but see not at ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

William Gamble EstaWishsd 1S71. axdhew gamble CO.. PRODUCE Hill MERCHANTS ml No. 185 Reade Street, New York. References?A. M. Nottingham, EocuRtviHe,V?i., People's Bank, N.Y. All chocks on Urin cashed ou presentation by E. B. Swanger & Clo. GfSliippiuj: No. 55 E. II. Qi;inm Ji. J. QUlN'N 22 Commerce street, Newark, N. J. Dealers in Poaltry, Game and Produce oi" every description. ?^Reterence^-A. M. NoStinghain, Lo?ustvi!le, Ya Everelt T. Nock Elbruige F. Nock i EVERETT T. N ? Wholesale Shippers and i 308 S. Front St. & S. W. corner Delaware avenue & Dock St. And Nos. 1, 2. 3 & 4 S. Delaware avenue Market, Philad'a. .._ i PANCOAST & GB1FFITHS, "Wholesale Produce ?mir Ii- SSriRai\vi^iii wps liKi'ii n $ \k?MMiMiiiii SilMbMi Strawberries, Potatoes, l'cas, &c T. G. Eairkuiks. Geo. W. Tull, 'IfSP Ii. 10. Cochran, E. M. lI:*.nson. Snecial. fLL M m. (Sttccmors to R, E. CO C HR AS d- CO.,) 131 WASHINGTON ST., NEW YORK. Shipping Nnmbor So. ?woet pol atoes a specialty i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

Jno.W. Edmonds OvcBtr and Editor. ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1888 rtw<?4 b* th* r??ufnM ?t acc?k*b H. .Va;. hs deceni?-ol?cb taatter. y-i-r; .v-r?"-' -**? PiEieElial_Mo!i, 1888. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President: ALLEN G'. THURRMAN, Ohio. For Congress?1st DisdneU G ILM OR S.KENDALL, Northampton. The following from the Northern Neck News "nails to the counter" the campaign lie disseminated of late in reference to Mr. Kendall's position on the Blair bill, and it further testimony is needed it will be forthcoming, that Mr. Kendall early in the canvass announced that he favored the measure and has rarely made a speech since, if ever, in which he did not reiterate his views on that question. If our memory serves us aright in his very first speech, at Aecomac 0. H., in August, he enthusiastically endorsed the Blair bill, at least evi deuce is not wanting, that ins speech a* Warsaw oa the follow i up Monday (the first in September), that h...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

ACCOMAC COURT-HOUSE, VA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, ISSS C^* A eross-marK on your paper, netore your name, *mule with pen and ink, if?" indicates mat your subscription lias SST expired, or is due, aim you are re* W spectf ully solicited to remit or re-' 82T new. LOCAL KEW8. Masters Ernest II. Wescntt and Geo. IIvslop of Keiler, left for William and Mary College, on hist Monday. ??-1 If you are looking for bargains, don't fail to examine tbe new stock of goods On Titlow's cheap counters. When von visit Baltimore stop xt the Maltby House, where will be found fi-st-class accommodations and exceed? ingly low rates. ' Delegates to the District Lodge of Good Templars at Onancock, on l(5th inat;, Wishluc to be met at. station," are requested to stop at Onley. Mr. Tankard Meai-s fell from a chest? nut tree near Accomac C. H., last Sat? urday, and was badly bruised and 'bro k-en up.'' but not seriously injured. A fair will be held at Amiss' Chapel, Coard's branch, next Wednesday, com? mencing at 2...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

^^CONSTRUCTION^^; In the mftBuf?c*mx? of ?is woudorfnl cart only the very beslqaabty ?* ?erythinji? c?8. Wb?^s, K?aa**y patent, A 1 Krade: ?*e?i. **?We collar. irf* -i inch; ?hafts, bwt seeend cnnrOi kfctUrv, thoroughly seasoned, XXXX qas?ily The seat nail body trainil fc constructed of Tsteel side pieces: bottom mad? of veneered wood, three thicknesses, thor? oughly riviied to side piece*. Thesido >:eees are connected in front ai der shafts with a joint, and are supported by means of t wo spiral si iinua, as shown in cut. These springs art made from best c.ucible steel, and twelve leet coiled in each, ml tempered, laminated wood seat bottom: forged iron seat rail; finished in the whilejniccly striped, and lull leather trimmed. This cart guaranteed in all jwts. Caebfully Note These Points. 1. Tins easy riding cart has no seat burs to climb over in getting in or out ot the seat. This makes It deshable for all classes of people 2. It is the only cart that can be adjuwd to suit tlie...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

ACCOMAC C IL, VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1888.?SUPPLEMENT. THE BEi.FRY CHIMES. Hark: a merry peal we'ra ringing. With joyous clash ivo cleave the air, God's peace and blessing gayly flinging O'er a happy bridal pair. Slowly down the aisle they're passing, Proudly 'neath the archway say. Far-above sweet music's crashing? Hood i!io warning now we say. Time for sorrow^ time for song? Conies and go?s the Heating breath f Time forrorrow, time for song Life to-day, to-morrow death. Now changed our not -, so soft an I low, As they t urn the burial sod, And bowed the mourners weeping go, For a soul returne I lo God. "WitIi muffled soil we clang so slowly, As round the grave tltey kneel and prny, And mingled with those words so holy, Sad our warning still we say: Time for sorrow, time for song? Comes and goes thb fleeting hroaStt) Time for sorrow, time for song? Lifo to day, to-morrow death. ?loh? Mi'ir, in Harper's Monthly. MARCELLIMS TR?11PI1. Some ten or fifteen niilos beyond the mountain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 13 October 1888

rev.dk. talmage. THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Subject: "Tlie Three Greatest Things To Do." Text.?"77ic p'ople that ilo know their God sha'l be strong, and do exploits.^? Daniel xi., S2. Antiochus Epiphanes, the old sinner, came down three times with his army to desolate the Jews, advancing one time with a hun? dred and two trained elephants swinging their trunks this way and that, and sixty two thousand infantry, nnd six thousand cavalry troops, and they were driven back. Then the second time he advanced with sev? enty thousand armed men and had been again delearx-d. Bur the third time he laid success? ful sioge until the navy of Rome come in with the fla^h of their long banks of oats and demanded that the siege bo lifted. And Antiochus Epiphanes said he wanted time to consult with his friends about it.nnd Popi lius, one of tho Kornau embassadors, took a staff nnd made a circle on the ground around Antiochus Epiphanes. and compelled him to deride beforo he came out. of that ...

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