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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 April 1891

Subscription Price 12 Months, 4\.oo. PAYABLE IX ADVANCB. ir. ir. //yi /,/? editor, Rate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vortlsoiunntH, nor square, One inser tion, ?1.00; oach subsequont insertion, 50 conti. Liberal roductlon made for largo Ad vertisoments. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUBENH, H. O, April Mill, 1891. Will the city council invite the Stalo Press Association lo meet In Laurens next year? Wo shall have the "crush of worlds," when Chicago "puts her best foot forward" in '93. Whether Uncle Sam should In demntfy or war with Italy, the latter would in either event be "Boot-licked." Is tho poll to, handsome, and hairy financial agent of the organ grinder to be regarded as. an Italian citizen? The Italian Imigran! who Game over four centuries ago and whom we expect to celebrate in Chicago has not been accused of member ship In tho Mafia. Tho employment of learned coun sel to assist the Attorney General in the prosecution of bis public du ties Is the best possible evidenco that the ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 April 1891

$iAvtriintr. e?a:-<r--~r-r?-- . .? ... ...-? Ii AUKENS, 8. 0,, April 14th, 1891. LOOAL; t-*- - - 11 >1 .? i '. ..,?? Clinton 1? to have a military company. ] Governor Fowle of North Carolina died lftst we<?k. ~* k,' We are informed that thn Green Fond Alliance ha? disbanded. Lauren* is to havo a Arse class bakery;1 a greatlv needod convenience. Col. F. A. Connor of Cokesberry visi ted his sou Or. P. It. Connor last week. A Youug Men's Christian Association^ is to bo organized in Clinton. Mr. T. R. Oiaig of Clinton is drum-1 ining for a Jewolry house. Johnson's Jewolry palaco is the con stant resort ol lovers of the boautlful. John Y. Garllngtou has entored the University of Who South at Sewanoe Tonn, MV, Cal. Vance of lAirnian University hns boon visiting ^rolatlyos iu tho ilty. The colored Mothoaista of the olfry are | raising funds for building a newehuroh. If you know of a visitor in town you will coufor a favor by informing Tim Auvkrtiskr. Mr. W. II. Johnson and family ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 April 1891

5 OVINFIDELJT DR. TALMAGE DI3COUR8E8 ON THE PREVALENT SIM. 16 Ja UeU?s* for a Man to Hull* v> Ood Than tho Kntlr? Human Jta<?~What 1 ' 4Hm Think o( Iii? lllble-Argu- | tuont* A*?in*t Vhlm IMugue. New Yoke, April 5.?Continuing his course of sermons on "ThcTni Pla gues oftlio Cities," Key. Dr. Talmago to-day took for his subject "The Plague of Infidelity." The discourse was daliv ered to large aud appreciative pudlences at the Brooklyn Academy ot Music in the forouoon and the Now York Acade my of Mucslc in the evening, The text ras Kornau? dl,: 4: "Let God be true, ) every man a liar." Chat Is if God says ono thing and the >le human race says tho opposite, Paul would accept tho divine voracity. Tint thero are many in our time who have dared arraign the Almighty for falsehood. Infidelity is not only a plaguo, but it is the mother of pla gues. It seems irotn what we hoar on all sides, that the Christian religion is a huge blunder, that tho Mosaic account of tho creation is an a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 April 1891

LAURENS, S. C TUESDAY, APRIL 21,1891. NO. 38. SOME ALLIANCE NEWS. VfrHAT T.*E GREAT BOPY OF FARMERS WILL DO OUT WE8T. Itoth the Old l'?rtl*? to 1m Abandoned? Direct Statement from a Leading Official ?The Orde~ to Hak? Ita own Oandldatee. JtAi/UMOitF., April 15.?Hon. W. F. WilletB, of Kansas, the lecturer of the National Farmers' Alliance, was in Baltimore yesterday. Mr. Wlllots has recently been at work in the Interest of the alliance la New Jersey, and came over from Washing ton on his way to the festem shore, lie will address the local alliance at Hoyal Oak, Talbert county, this after noon and will spend to-morrow with Mr. It. D. Bradley, the lecturer of the Maryland State Alliance, at his reel* donee, Llnchester, Carroll county. Mr. Willetts is one of the alliance leaders and among the most conspi cuous members of the movement. He was for a long time thoroughly Identi fied with the Kansas alliance before he was elected lecturer of the National Alliance, and no man in the. organiz...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 April 1891

Subscription rrle* 12 Montns, 91.09. PAYADLK IN ALVANCJB. W. W. BALL, EDITOR, Kntoti for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vortiaomnntu, nor square, one inaor Uoii,$I.OO; oaoh subsequent Insertion, ?71 (CM tH. Iaboral roduotloi. wade for lur?o Ad vorlisemf nta. W. W. HALL, Proprietor. LAUBEN Ss 8. C April 21st, 1891. If Bynum can't be elected Speak er let ?t be Crisp of course. Is John Inman to be the patron suint of Charleston? A National Whist Congress met In Milwaukee lust week. Was It a trumped up affair?_ War with Italy and American I soldiers beselging the Eternal City | is not to be thought of. The World continues to get in Us work. The Register has come | down to .six dollars a year. Do the "royal" receptions ten dered the president indicate aj drifting towards monarchy? The "Pat Wal?h Democrat" is tho freshest egg lately hatched in Georgia. Wo have no doubt Comptroller Ellerbo will do the fair thing and tax his patience as much* as any thing else. The rage for an ice factory which ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 April 1891

LAUHENS, S. C, April 21st, 1891. ?7&o -A. r,. Notlcb tho label on yonr paper. Rev. Mr. Honor was, la to-n Setur* day. Tho building for Kennedy'? bakery Is ubout completed. *._._. Col. R. C. Watt? went down to Che? lorflold l ist wook. Mh|. Jo?. Ganahl, of Auguata, was in town Thursday. A national bank examiner was In tbe tho city Friday. Prof. Uyrd of Clinton College was in tho city Saturday. Hon. Colo L. Blosse ot Nowberry was in tho city last week. Mr. Jainos T. Crows and family are visiting Dr. J. s. Wolfe at Alma. Tho choapost way to live happily Is | to drink soda water at Kennedy's. Senator Irby ox poets soon to build a haudsomo rosidonco on Irby Hill. When trade Im Inclined to bo dull In si.ihm , thon In tho tlmo to advertise. Mr. Tom Lako visited Bpartanburg | last wook. Abigsulo of town lots In Oreonwood In advorlisod for tho 22nd inst. Laurens I capitalists aro Interested. Tho work of rebuilding Mrs. S. P. Richardson's homo is rapidly progros aing. _ _ Dr. Jacobs and M...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 April 1891

PLAGUE OF CRIME, DR. TALViAGE DISCOURSES ON LAW BREAKINO* i'ulle* iUporta of New York aod Ilrook lyu More Sugg-eMlvo Than Dantw's lo feruu~W?yM Outlluod lu whluh Cltrla IUbi Should Work to Arrest Tola I'lajmo. New York, April 12.?J)r. Tal range, la continuaneo of the course of sermons on 4kTbo Ten Plagues of the Cities," to day preached to largo audionces in the Brooklyn Academy of Music In the fore noon and The Christian Herald service at the New York Academy of Music In the evening, on "The Plague of Crime." Ho took for bis text Exodus vli, 20, "All the waters that were in tho river were turned to blood." Among all the Egyptian plagues none could have been worse than this. Tbo Nile Is the wealth of Egypt.' Its ilsh the food. Its waters the irrigation of gar den and fields. Its condition decides the prosperity or tho doom of tho empire What happens to the Nile happens to all Egypt. An.l now in tho text that great river is Incarnadined. It is a red gash across an empire. In poetic l...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 April 1891

_VQj^- VIL_LAUB.ENS. S. C.t TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1891. N?T?oT THE REGENTS UEPLY. TO THE CHARGES OF THE LEGISLA TIVE COMMITTEE. The Tentlmoriy Swlit tobe Mainly That of DlnchitrKetl Kiiii>loyoeii*-Tlie <'Iim??(?;.-< of N. i;i" i of niiiy |>y the Rejrenta Denied >-Tho Officer* to Aunwer Separately. Coia..ihia, 8. C, April 23.?Below we glvj the letter of the Board of Asylum Regents to Governor Tillman Id reply to the charges made against ] thorn by the legislative investigating committee. The letter speaks for itself: "To His Excellency, Oov. Ji. li. Till man : "The committee appointed by the Legislature in December last to ex amine into and report upon tbe condi tion and management of the Lunatic Asylum, has completed its work, and made its report to the Chief Executive of the State. Inasmuch as this report brings several charges directly against the Board of Regents, we deem it prop er in the outset to state tho faot that tho iLquisltlon waa made by the com mittee withou...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 April 1891

Subscription Pries?JJ Koatfes, 91M. PAYARLK IN ADVANCE. k=s=^=-^j^^--, I', I 1.1!? .? My. iV. HALL, EDITOR. Rates for Adyerllahig.?Ordinary Ad vortlsomonts, nor square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. I.ihoral reduction mado for largo Ad vertisement**. I W. W. BALL, I Proprietor. JiA URIONN, ?S. (;.f April 28th, 1891. The Keowee Courier has been onlarged. It ranks among tho best papers in the state. "N" Is the final letter of "Ad ministration," but It ought to begin With a "T.? It is hopod that tho committee on tho Columbia, Nowberry and Laurcns railroad will soon report progross in this direction. Will the imposition of a license upon the salo of intoxicants by the Columbia Club bring about an In crenso in the consumption o> "old bourbon" by tho members In . xer to raise funds to pay it ? If the Columbia Centennial comes up to the Columbia hanging of last week, ire success is assured ?from a Columbia newspaper standpoint anyhow. Immigration. A Souther...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 April 1891

-. . ,, , -I. ? LAURENS, S. 0., April 28th, 1891. LOOAL. A floe rain fell Thursday night. Senator Irby ran down to Columbia Tuesday. Mi si Blanche Hudgena \isltod Char leston last woek. ?>-. J. J. Fluss la building a handsome Ave room cottsgo In Jersey. Mr. Badgor Bo wen Is at borne on a visit to bis parents, Miss s iliii* Dorrob, of Grayoourt, la visiting her sister, Mrs. Garrison. Co). Forguson attended the meeting of University Trustoos bold at Columbia last week. Miss Delia Doyles, of Ashvllle, Is vis iting hor cousin, Mrs. ?Williamson Martin. Mrs. Ivobert Ulli and family, of Green villn, is vifltlng hor slater, Mrs. J. A. Oopeland. ? Go to the Opera House and see the Sanford Girls Thursday, Friday and Saturday nigbts. Tlio contract for the brick to be used In tho construction of the new Presby terian Church has boen Riven to Mr. S. D. Garlington. Rlehard Hunter a thrifty colored far mer semis us a spooitnon ol his oat orop which is first class. " iHek" will '?feel his oats" ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 April 1891

DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. SAVING WISDOM COMPARED TO A PERFECT CRYSTAL. HelliCloii Superior to a Crystal In Kxact nssa, in TrnoBr>ar?n?7. In Symmetry ami In Jlenuty?Souls of Sinners tht Crystallisation or Meroy. New Yomc, April 19.?Tho eager ness to hear Dr. Talmage's sermons at tho Christian Herald scrvicoson Sun day evenings in this city continues un abated. As usual there was this oven tag a dense mass of peoplo waiting out side the Academy of Musio long beibro the hour for commencement and every seat in the huge building was occupied in a few minutes after the doors were opened. Dr. Talmage had preached to au immenso nudicaco in tho morning in the Brooklyn Academy of Music. His text was: ''Tho crystal ennnot equal it" Job. xxvlli: 7. Many of tho precious stone of tho Bibles have come to prompt recognition. But for the present I tnko up the less valua ble crystal. Job, in my text, compares saving wisdom with a specimen of topaz. An infidel chemist or mineralogist would pronounco th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1891

DR. GRIFFIN'S REPLY to the- charges of the investi gating committee. Vpjuetljr Ooudeinn? d Upon nu ex-parto In reetlffatlon? lie IIa? .s.-<bat JLttle ol the Testimony, and Makes a General It? ply to General Charge*. Columbia. S. C, April 30.?Tho re ply of Dr. Grilfin to tho committee of Inquiry has been submitted to the board of regents of tbe Lunatic Asylum and a copy was sent to The News and Cou rier JJureau this evening. Dr. UriQin begins by stating the con ditions under which tbe testimony con cerning him was taken, as follows: The committee sat with closed doors in the rooms ol the board at the Asy lum. Of their proceedings I hud no knowledge at that time, except from the fact that most, if not all. of the of ficers and attendants, some of the pa tients and a few former employees were examined on oath. During the exam ination 1 was called before the commit tee. No statement of any matter of complaint was made to me, and rily ex planations were directed to matters as to which...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1891

Sutjscrlpttoa Price?la Montb?, 9ljOQ. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ir. ir. BALL, EDITOR, K iU>H for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vortlsomoutH, per nquare, on? Inger ?Ion, $1.00; oaoh subsequent Insertion, GO contn. I,Iboral reduction made for largo Ad vortlMOinouln. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. URIONS. 8. C, May 6th, 1892. Benator Irby has at least one lucky defect. Ho seems to ho ton gue-TJghed. Tho Sumter County Arch should bo adorned with a portrait of Mc Donald Furman from whoso fertilo brain the Centennial idoa was evolved. Benator Reagan of Texas has re signed and accepted an appoint ment as railroad commissioner. It Is plain that he was side-tracked. Go vor nor Hogg named Horace Ohllton Esq. to fill his unoxplred term and timo nlono will show tho extent and nature of tho Governor's discovery. Laurcns. Indulged in a municipal election somo months ago and per sons of all shades of party color and opinion partook thereof. The Democratic party as such was not "in It ;" neither was the "voice of...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1891

LAURENS, 8. C, May 6tbf 1891. LOCAL; Prof. M. A. Cox, of Woodruff, wu Id town Saturday._ Mr. II. H. Evans baa been elected Chief Of tbe Now bor ry polloe. Go and see Ogden's Variety Hhow at tbo Opera House to night. Col. J. II. Traynbam la visiting rela tives In Alabama. .Laurens Is on tbe eve of a bicycle revi val. Inquire of Mr. K. H. Wllke?. Col. Albert Anderson of the P. R. A W. O. B. R. was In town last week. Main Street In front of Mrs. Todd's place is being macadamised. m Dr. Edward Pool, of Pelzer, visited bis father, Dr. J. T. Pool last week. Miss Lllah Holmes, of Charleston, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Martin. Additions and improvements are be ing made to Mr. J. A. LOokwood's resl dence. Heo notice of city election on the boud question to be held, May 28th inat. Tbo thanks of Thk advkutihkk are duo Mrs. J. M. Visanska for passovor bread kindly sent us last week. Mr. Edgar Crews who baa been In the "Enterprise" Office at York tor several month'mm In the olty. Ogden's Va...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1891

STONES THAT SPEAK. DR. TALMAOE PREACHES IN THE NEW TABERNACLE. Tb? Imw. ttMcrlflce und Ooapel Sym bolised 1?t Bocks from Sinai, C*lr?r/ nod Mara mil?An Xartblr Hutui for J?u?WlMt tie Cbar?k .Meuim. Brooklyn, April 20.?Sermon oi Bev. T. De Witt Talmage in the New Brooklyn Tabernacle on Clinton avenue this evening, the building having been dedicated in the morning at 10.30. A great union meeting in which clergymen of all denominations of Christians par ticipated was held in the afternoon. Six thousand persons were present at each of the services and many thousands were turned away. Text: "What means ye by theso stones?" Joshua lv. 0. The Jordan, like the Mississippi, has bluffs on the one side and flats on the other. Here and thore a sycamoro shad-1 ows it. Here and there a willow dips into it. It was only a little over waist* deep in December as 1 waded through it, but in the months of April and May the snows on Mount Lebanon thaw and . flow down into the valley, and then tbo Jordan ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1891

itmtm VOL. VII. LAURENTS, S. C, TUESDAY, MAY 12,1891. NO. 41. THE UNIVERSITY. ^4U|CJjK REORGANIZATION WORK BY THE TRUSTEES. \- New Chain Fllled?Dra. Wood row, Alexander and Other* I?ef{ Out?Sala ries Fixed?Detail? of the Kntire Pro ceeding*. Columbia, S. C, May 2.?The Board of Visitors of the South Carolina Uni versity met in the Library yesterday morning, with every member present, and proceeded to organize the institu tion in accordance with the recent act of the Legislature. The members favoring a broad plan took charge of the matter, and, without calUng up to a vote either of the plans presented, moved at once to go into tbo election of the different chairs, fearing that the minority report would very likely be adopted otherwise. The mo tion was carried, and without the slight est opposition the selection of the chairs was begun. The following chairs were adopted: Chair of chemistry. Chair of geology, mineralogy and biology. An adjunct professor was al lowed this chair. 1 Chair ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1891

*$t?5 $4v?;?tis*r. Subscription Prico?is Mo?tbi, $??o. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ?r. rf. BALL, EDITOR, im, | , ...- . . . Raton for Advertisings-Ordinary Ad verttsomnnt?, per square, one Inser tion, $1.00; ?ach subsequent Insertion, 60 cents. Liberal roductlou made for targe Ad vortlHomontH. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUBEN H, 8, C, May 12th, 1891. Cotton receipts are mightily growing in Charleston, So much for a fair count. Is It free silver or free coinage that is wanted ? Will some adopt in fool's jargon tell us what is meant by a "dog cart country editor"? A drummers' convention met in Augusta last week and they say its a "dry" town now. The Greenville News doubts whether Tillman will swallow the Bub-treasury bill, the Sub-treasury bill, Tillman, or each swallow the other. The dose will in any event sicken no ono more than it will Col. Tatbert. ?'Calhoun county" will have a oentennial arch but whether Cal houn county itself will ever be more than the "baseless fabric of a dream" is a qu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1891

<- ? " .... ? , ,,. LA.UREN8, S. C., May 12th, 1891. LOOALi >? 1 . . - i ? - Col. (Jury Watts wsTa) In town Sunday. Mr. J. M. VUanska visited Greenville lut week. Qreonvlllo wants the Presbyterian University. Frost was reported in various parts of the county last week. Mrs. Frank Evans is visiting relatives In Newberry. Mr. P. H. Pike Is now at the "Enter prise" office, Yorkvil'e. President H. P. Hammett, of the Pied mont Mills, died hmt Friday. All Lauren* will be thero to soo tho boys pass the defile?her double arob. Mr. G. W. Dlllard expects to com monce the practice of law in Greenville. Rev. J. O. Pitts In attending the South orn Baptist Convention at Birmingham, Ala. ' ,jf'_ Mr. C. A. B. Jennings, who has ooen attending Princeton Theological Seini nary Is in the city. Tbe Laurens Guards will oarry about twonty eight men to tbe Centonnlal. Messrs. Maner L. Rice and Yancey Sherard of Ninety-Six spent Sunday in tho oity. What is most wanted ou Main Street Is a lamp on tho b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1891

HUMDRUM ABOLISHED: . TALMAGE PREACHES ABOUT SPICE IN RELIGION. Wl>f People lit, . Not Go to Churcli ? Wor ship Should II? Llb? the Offering* QaMn Balkis goat Solomon the Who Means of Enilrenlujc ftorvlcev. Brooklyn, May 3.?The capacity ot the new tabernacle was hilly tested this morning hy the vast audlenco which as sembled to hoar Dr. Talmage in his handsome and spacious church. Ho is now preaching there morning and even ing aud the Christian Heraldservices In Is off York have been discontinued. This has caused much regret to many people in that city. A memorial was prepared and signed by influential citizens asking Dr. Talmage to coutiuue the services. He could not see his way to comply at the time, but, as lie was evidcutly im pressed by the warmth of the welcome given him In the metropolis, and deeply moved by the good that was done, it is not itnprobablo that in the near future he will again be found duplicating his usefulness by ministering to two con gregations, as he has ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1891

HEAVENS BRIDAL FEAST. "come, come, for all things are now ready. Sir. Tuluiage I'r?k?h?* om "Invitation ton W?ddlnB"~Tlja I.okI, tbn Hoatt the .?Ce ti ??med, th? (Iiu hIk; and tn? Apg?k, the Cup-Bearer*. Brooklyn, May 10.?The subject of Dr. Talmago's sermon to-day was "In vitation to a Wedding," and the text Luke xlv., 17: "Come for all things are now ready." Holy festivities to-day. We gatber otber sheaves into the spiritual garner. Our joy is like the joy of Heaven. (Spread the banquet, spread all the chali ces. We are not to-day at the funeral of a dead Christ; we are celebrating the marriage of the King's son. It was an exciting time in English history when Queen Elizabeth visited Lord Leicester at Kenilworth castle. The clocks in all the towers and through out the castle were stopped at the mo ment of her arrival, so continuing to point to that moment as tho one surpass ing ull others in interest. The doors of tin) great banqueting hall were opened. The queen marched In to the ...

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