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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER v/ol, xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JULY (i. 1900. NO. 28. THE NEWS. W. D. White, ot Staunton, Va., Appeared from Alexandria, where he 1 beeu In attendance on the Chesa ike Presbytery. There ls no clue his whereabouts. t public reception was given to Gen 1 Wheeler In Chicago, where he ar ed to take command of the Depart at of the Lakes. AfhtjUnc killed George Shipman at blin, Int!-.: Henry Brown at West ncbester. Ohio, and Richard Hinkle Chillicoth". d ra ve In at the Columbia working-. ir Duryea. Pa., entomberl a number minors, who were rescued with Alf lit?. Sight Lithuanians, ntmben of a ret society, were sentenced in Potts le, P?.a ,for being implicated in a rder. '. J. Cedar, a painter, fell from Hip f of thy? new Presbyterian church at tvport News. Ya., and killed himself. Irs. Pauline Cony Aubrey, daughter Chief/ Justice Fuller, was married e-Staye to Dr. Samuel ll *1 Noyes declared martial law pi Harbor, Alaska, until bc had fred a number of runaways...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1900

i. _. i,, ??^ttmm?ie?aammtametMieuaawmmaaam ?WTO ULAND KECOItI>E] ih Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. f siued ercrv Fridav f vening by w. H. 3\d[A.TE-.r:T<r-y, Jr_-S_T?_? __._TZ- _=-CT33_-_!S____X_. Entered- at the Monterey postoflice l -/ second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July C, 10( Tt has been sonic time since ni gfro.it party baa thought it wee . sary to adopt a plank iii its pla . f^rm apologising to the trusts f< condeming them. Yet Ibis is wh . the Republican plank does. Rc; it and see if it doesn't? Yon assume no risk when r-on bt Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ai ( Diarrhoea Remedy. .1 A Whitelaw Monterev il E Colaw, Crahhottoii J M Jones, Doe Hill; SC Slave Meadow Dale, .will refund yoi - money if you are not satisfied nf ti using it. It is everywhere ad mi th to be the .most successful reinef in use for bowel complaints ni the only one that never fails. , is pleasant, safe and reliable/! 3. A nice line of water cooler White Mountain ice cream freezer and f...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1900

,1 / iND llECKODEK !AL NEWS. PERSONAL. pr-ie' Items of Interest to Home i^lks About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. /S, liss Nin Cross of West Augusta visiting friends in Monterey. V full line of buggy whips from i to $1,15 at OrndorlFs. (The Board of Supervisory met /onday to arrange for the letting ?jf the roads. / B H Hiner Esq. of Franklin was [here last Friday to sell the uBig Survey1' land on Jack mountain, YniYtof some reason-a sale was not made. A riarriage license was issued on the 2nd, to W D Snyder and Miss Emria C Hise, both of this county. Good rice at Bishop's for 5c. Mr. Bob Campbell, in the range neflr hU home, founil seyen of his sbiep dead. Me is of the opinion tjfit they were poisoned. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Crummett arted Tuesday for Baltimore. Mrs. Dickenson who has been isiting her son Mr. L. S. Dicken on returned Wednesday to her onie at New Hope, in company with Mr. Dickensou. Mr W A Bussard bas enlarged Mrs 3 W Crummett's store room and made of it a yery attrac...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1900

pttmammumm^mmmmmmmmmwmmmmam^mmmmg^^m^mmm The World's Newspaper*. The records show that sixty-eight per cent of all newspapers published In Ihe world are in the English language. Df the more than fifty thousand news? papers published, the United Statej ind Canada issue 21,000; Great Brlt tin. 8,000; Germany. 6,000; France, 1.200; Japan, 2.000; Italy, 1,500; Aus? tria-Hungary. 1.200: Spain. 1,000; Aus ?rla. 800; Russia. 800; Greece, 600; Switzerland. 450; Holland, 300; Bel? gium, 300, and other countries about ,000. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 1st, '99. Allow me to thank you for the good ?onr Tetterine has done rae. Four i>oxes cured me of a case of Tetter, tfter trying specialists aud spending ?everal huudred dollars and getting no benefit from them. -Henry W. John ion, 281. Marietta street. 50 cents ?>ox at druggists, or by mail from J. V. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. SAW A CHOST ta a Cemetery That T>anreil on DraG Men's Graves. New Haven (Conn.) Special T^cw ?Korti World: To those that...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTERAY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 13, 1900. NO. 2!). DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. WM. .1. BRYAN NOMINATED VNANI M.OWLW ron the presidency. STEVENSON FOR VICE PRES. t nnvrnlioit at Knntun City Complete* It? Work ami Adjourns?Tow ne Sue ?ee?ls In Inducing t'?e Silver Republi? cans Not lo Nominate Him ami Says II ls His Duty to Vote for Stevenson. , Kansas City. Mo. (Special).?-Tho Democratic National Convention which nominated Mr. Bryan for President and adopted its platform, completed its work by nominating Mr. Stevenson for vice-President. Ex-Senator David B. Hill, cf New York, could have hud the nomination for second place, but he checked a Rreat stampede which was started in his behalf. The New York delegation l?j| this stampede and presented Hill ns its candidate. The vast crowd shouted wildly for Hill, but he made a ?peech Paying firmly that he could not accept the nomination and this headed off the movement. Those who were put in nomination before the ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1900

Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advanc Issued ererv Fridav t vening b^ W. RC. 3VIATttTlTST^Z cc:to? ^.2733 Fvai.:sii3 -e-j*. ^. -?- ?-;-?-J intered at the Monterey postof! ?, second class mstter. Monterey,' 'Va.',' Friday,' July 18, Bryan and Stevenson. The>y are; the two cards thu win in the big 11)00 game. . ^will como nearer quiting the. ,ocratk of the East and West anv other ticket.' that..could been put in tho race. Mr. 1 'showed himself to be true t convictions. If his greui, | could not make a platforu which he could nf arid he v have declined the nonitnalj wi. r^et the nomination he did no , ritice a-single principle, nor d ! haye to d> the boodle art Ol wire manipulator's trick. His ] ^wanted him and would have ,because it knew him to be g and-for no other reason. Mr. Stevenson although sev f?at upon du ring his public Iii Mr Cleveland, as w;is a inn characteristic of that gentle grew very popular, especially a 'South and in his own state, ;u a good running mate for our lei ; ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1900

Highland Recko] LOCAL NEWS PERSONAL. . Brief Items of Interest to 1 1 Folks About Their Frie: And Acquaintances. Miss Jennie Cleek of Bath \ .Monterey recently. Good rice at Bishop's for 5< Mrs S R M Ralston was in J erey Monday. Mr. Wm.'tocNulty of McD returned this week from a t) W.Va. ' Master Hanson Ogilvie of S t6n is visiting his grandpa 'Mr rind Mr^T H Slaven. W A Cunningham with his er is kept busy night and daj vesting the viheat crop of thi tion. Mrs. Henry Slaven of Me Dak visited friends here We day. .Mrs Crummett has opened a cream saloon and will serve : ? 10 a.' ni. to IO p. ni'. The Wiard Plow has prore be the best for this country, can get them at J A Whitelaw Mr Charles Lnnsford retu last Friday from a pleasure with his uncle, Mr. George Sv ly, to Newport News, Norfolk Baltimore. The African- Methodist par: age which is being built near t< ie nearing completion. W A Brat ton, Esq. of Marlin; who is critically ill from typl feyer, was still living on Mont I ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1900

REV, DR, TALMAGE, THiu KM1NENT DIVINE'S SUNDA* DISCOURSE. Subject l God's Tnylni: Orace?Religion ii un Active Principle Which Work* Constantly For the Welfare of Body iinri Mind and Soul?Hope For Sinner.. [CoryriRhtlituo.l Wasihn'i.Ton, D. C.?Slr. Tahnage is V(<\ traveling in Norway, where he has been deeply interested in the natural phe? nomena and the quaint social life of that wonderful land. In this sermon he ar pies, contrary to the opinion of many, thal religion is an active principle which works constantly for the welfare of body and mind and soul. His text is Luke xiv, i-i. "Salt is good." The Bible is a dictionary of the finest Mimic-. It eir ploys among living creat? ure storks and eagles and doves and uni i-orni and sheep and cattle; among trees, sycamores and terebinths and pomegran? ate and almonds and apples; among jew? els, pearls and amethysts and jacinths nnd chrysoprases. Christ uses no stale ill;i-trations. The lilies that Ile plucks in His discourse arc dewy f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 July 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 20, 1900. NO. 30. THE^NEWS. The business section of Prescott Arizona, was destroyed by fire, thi losses being estimated at one mtlliot dollars, and the insurance at less thar one-half that amount. Luther H. Bailey, of a New Yorl brokerage firm which was connected with the discretionary pool business was expelled from the Consolidatec Stock Exchange. Charles A. Towne, late Peoples par ty nominee for vice-President, spok< at a Democratic ratification meeting ir Colorado Springs, Col. A committee in New York asked Mr Cleveland and Mr. Reed to join a thin! party, to be composed of Gold Demo? crats and Anti-Expansion Republicans A number of the guests at the launch? ing of the steamer American at Chester Pa., were thrown into the river by th< breaking of a piank. All were saved. The coroner's jury in Tacoma. Wash, keld the electric railway company tc blame for thc Fourth of July disaster In which many lives were lost...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 July 1900

ioixLASD "1?eco_u>jek. Terms, $1.00 a Yearin Advance. Iaiued every i /dav tvc:i;.,j?lrv E_:Tcn >r__ i"iy?__xa__,___?. -Znteicd at the Monterey portofflce a? y. < second ciaos matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July 20, 1900. If getting the oilier fellows half scared to death, 1?p florid politic^. :then the Kansas City Convention 'must be credited with much good politics, for the republicans ure h badly frightened lot. They ligur ed on <a big dem oort* tic fuss1 at Ran ?sas City, hut found that instead ol a row. the regular democrats, i'.we. who called themselves *gold t'emo erats in 1800, tho si!.er republi* ?C ms and the pop ul Uti*, ore alreu* ?thusuustically supporting Brvun mid Stevenson, and tba Kansas City platform. Therre element* ?working harmoniously together are believed, even hy republicans, to die strong enough to tarry Hie country. Germany, it is said baa shipped 900,000 rihVs Into CWmtaritbiu tbe last two years, and has sent d . ? n bf officers thei? to teach t...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 July 1900

?^phiji immmwaaafaaaxmmaam^^fBBiaamifai jj&Xi-**-,--? Ait.-'' ? -r.ri~- ? f "" ?"??? *" cIIlGHLAND Reckod^i LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Iteflis of Interest lo Hom* Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. The Sun is monition full timi and getting in good work. Messrs. V. B. fcisiwp *nd Josepl Gibson have returned from W. Va Mr.-Indy of Grant Cou nb is gueet of .1. M. Colaw, Esq. Mr. J. N. Mol her of Augusts county attended court here tcdaj ' (Thursday.) Mr. Charles P. Jones Jr. 0 Covington ran up home this weel for a short stay. Engine Carichoff E.<q. of Haiti in >re is visiting his father Mr, L. I Carichoff of this place. Mr. Paris Johnson has movd hi family to Monterey and is occupy ing the house recently vacated lr Mr. C. T. Shumate. Mr. aud Mrs. Reuben Folks o Crabbottoai, were in town recent!; . for a dav. Mrs Elizabeth Liggett of Staun? ton is visiting her daughrer .Mrs W. H. Matheny. The Wbird Plow ha? proved t( be the best for this coon try. lroi Cin get them a...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 July 1900

The Vf blatting Tre.. The musical or whistling tree la a native ot the West Indies, Nubia and tbe Sudan. It possesses a peculiar shaped leaf and pods with a spilt or broken edge. The wind passing through these causes the sound which alves to the tree the name of "whist? ler." In Barbados there 1b a valley Ulled with trees of this character, and when the trade winds blow across the tslands a constant moaning, deep-toned whistle ls heard from it. A species of acacia, which grows very abundantly In the Sudan, ls also called the whist? ling tree by the natives. .alarm Among the Puny .Ta,.*. The Japanese are getting anxious about their physique, which is deterio? rating so much that the land of flowers may in course of time become a land of babies. The military authorities have discovered that their men cannot use the ordinary rifle because it is too long for them and have been compelled In consequence to arm them with special 6hort firearms. Recent in? vestigations have shown that the s...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 July 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 27, 1900. NO. 31. IEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. JB Ut, McKinley nor Mr. Bryan .. chinches at their homes of jhev are members, the former fins at the Episcopal church in ind the latter at the Congrega I'jirch in Lincoln. penalties are being imposed ..it classmen at Weet Point for plebs do menial service and for pig the officer who reported [n persons were injured by the which engulfed a New York car. the flames being caused by len fuse. Mae BroAvn, a NeAV York heir ill devote her life to ameliorating [mclition of the poor on the East that city. Prgc W. Snyder, of Philadelphia, jed John T. Fenby, Jr.. for alleged lition of his wife's affections. He \i $10,000. imperial Russian cruiser Variag, by the Cramps, sailed from delphi* on her official trial speed derick Strahl, an employee of the ilk Fruit Packing Works, had his |torn from his body by a moving .?o hundred Filipino insurgents hilled. -130 surrendered or were ured, and 100 rifles were ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 July 1900

aJPeg ""?" ... . ... ????-? lllGHLAND RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. faiued ererv Fridav eveninebv W. H. MATHENY, jVZZZTaSS. j*.*7Z2 SM9*mE*X4KStaBSS. jfinteied at the Monterey postoftice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July .37, 1!,,?> Admiral Seymore cables that the Chinese have evacuated Tien Tsin nnd vicinity, and* that a strong force of allies will start for Pekin Oil Aug. 15th. A cablegram alleged to he from .Minister Conger, and saving that .lie and the other foreign ministers .in Pekin were safe, on the 18th inst., i? regarded as gospel truth ,by Secretary flay, and other mem? bers of the Cabinet, hut is looked upon with suspicion hy the general public." After we get our people out of China, if there are any left there, let us stand aside and let European powers reap the whirlwind, as they ?have been cowing the wind for years. They have been looking for J trouble in China for a long time and now they have not a little bit of it. American soldiers...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 July 1900

iHlQHLAND RECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Honn Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Dyer Gum of Hightown wa over Monday. Mr. Guthrie is still around am continues to do a good business ii the placing of lightning rods. S. B. Rexrode Esq. spent Mon day night in Monterey. Mr. Elihu Gum of Back Creel ,was in to see us Tuesday. G. Lee. Chew, Esq. made a husi ,ness trip to Monterey Saturday His is life insurance. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Arbogast an children of Pocahontas county ar visiting their Highland friends thi week. Mr. Don Snllenberger has gom to Staunton this week. Mr. Harry Johnston is spending this week in the Valley. Mr. J. W. Liggett, of Staunton is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. H Matheny. S. B. Sieg, Esq. made a business ?trip to Staunton this week. Miss Eula, daughter of J. C Newman, Esq. of Staunton, and Mr. S, P. Peuce of near Richmond were united in marriage at Hagers? town, on Weanesday of last week, Chas. M. Borst. Esq. of Culpepei county ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 July 1900

REV. DR. TALrMAGE. TBE EMINEKT DIVINE'S SUNDA* DISCOURSE. Snbjeet: The MiHlon or Christ ? How Divine Power Will Heal the World J Jesus the Surgeon Who Will Extlr 'Af pate the DUeaie of Sin. [Copyright 1HUU.1 Washington. D. C.?In this discourse Dr. Talmage puts in an unusual light the mission of Christ, nnd shows how divine power will vet make the illnesses of the # world fall back: text. Matthew xi. 5, "The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear." . "Doctor," I said to a distinguished sur? geon, "do you not get worn out with con? stantly seeing so many wounds and bro? ken bones and distortions of the human body?" "Oh. no," he answered; "all that, is overcome by my joy in curing them." A sublimer and more merciful art never came down from heaven than that of sur? gery. Catastrophe and disease entered the earth so early that one of the first wants of the world was a doctor, dur crippled and agonized human race called for surgeon nnd fam...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 August 1900

> I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 3. 1900. NO. 82. I THE NEW? BRIEFLY TOLD. The annual report of the Treasury Bureau of Statistics at Washington shows a large increase in exports over imports and that the markets for American goods are expanding. Both Ziegler and anti-Ziegler forces claim victory at the Democratic pri? maries in York county, Pa. Jay A. Hubbell, formerly well known as a Republican leader in Congress, is reported as having suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home in Michigan. In his speech accepting the nomina? tion at the notification meeting Mr. Bryan will make a plea for the income tax, omitted from the national plat? form. Buffalo Bills Wild West Show was badly shaken up in a railroad collision in Michigan. One employee was killed and several were injured. Aaron T. King, of Gettysburg, heir to a portion of his mother's estate, and who disappeared nineteen years ago, has beeu located in Chicago. Governor Wolcott, of Massac...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 August 1900

pgaHBsra^B lllGHLAND RECOKDEK. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridar ereofagbT 3c~r-rc>:re aits i?xrsx-rsisqc:i%. iputered at the Monterey ppstoffice at" second class matter, Wonderer, Va., Friday, Aug. 3, WOO. ??'One of the results of Hanna's .survey of the .situation" said one Republican to another. ,khas been an .urgent request, from li Kin to Hie Arust magnates and other large em? ployers of labor who are under ob? ligations to bim for legislative fa? vors, to keep down labor troubles .and to prevent strikes at any .cast, ,until after the election''. Railroad Mews. Rai'road prospects are bligh ten? ding up again. Xhr?r<- seems to be more stir among the different rail? road men now thou over. Only a week or so ago a niau left hero and reported favorably as noticed else? where. For a week Mr. J. Edwards pt Rurm\nghan Alabama and W. H. -Roggs havc? been prospecting at .various places in the county. They pow have hands opening up the ore at Mt. Zion, S mi tba Ore...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 August 1900

Highland Recroder LO?Al7NEwir ?eaBBa.. n i.. _i_i. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Br. 0. J. Campbell returned home last week from his Wesst Va. trip. C. C. Arbogast and force are en? gaged in roofing Mr. Joseph Hull's new dwelling. Dr. and Mrs. N. A. Whitelaw spent last Saturday iu town. Miss Grace Ruff who attended the female college at Waynesboro Vis now at home for the summer. Hon. John T. Byrd called to see us Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Woodl were tia town Monday. Mr. Joseph Hiner has been do? ing some work on Main Street. Dr. W. R. Siron was over Mon? day. Mr. W. Price Campbell of Valley ?Center was here the.first of the week. Dr. Floyd Suddarth attended the meeting of the Board here Mon? day. Mr. W.P. CamrJbellEsq ison a ftrip to the valley. ? Mr. Geo. E. Benuett, represent? ing the National Business College, of Roanoke, is in the county. Miss Edna Slaven is .visiting Monterey friends. Prof. W. J. Maloy who is now home fr...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 August 1900

REV. DRJALMAGE. TUE EMINENT DI WAH Vt SUNDA'' DI8COURSK. Eubject: Profligate Literature-Evil Pub. llrMtlons th. Greatest Scourge of the VToiM-.lt Fill* the Prisons hu.I In pane Asylums?Power of the Press. [Copyright l?(W.l Washington, D. C.?Dr. Talmagc sends the following report ot a discourse, which will he helpful to those who have an ap? petite for literature pnd would like some rules to guide them in the selection oi bo^ks and newspapers; text. Acts xix, 19 "Many of them also which used curi? ous arts brought their books together and burned them before all men, and they counted the price of them and found it 60.000 pieces of silver." I'aul had been stirring up Ephesus with frome lively sermons about the sins of that place. Arnon? thc more important results Avas the fact that the citizens brought out their bad books and in a public place made a bonfire of them. I see the people coming out with their arms full of Ephesian liter? ature and tossing it into the flames. 1 hear an econ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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