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VOL. XIX, NO. 5;
YOUR BEST GIRL
wants ? Folding Pocket ^Kodak tor a
Christinas tiift. a hint to xho wise is
sufficient. We have an endless variety
of Kodaks a? prices to suit all.
ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY,
!<)> Salem avenue s. ?v.
Now In F?ll Blast
The public is cordially in?
vited t<> inspect this beautiful
display of Cut Class, Lamps,
Sterling Silver, Table, Toilet?
ware and Novelties. Deco?
rated China Jewel Cases, tfec.
We solicit comparison of prices.
EDWARD S. GREEN,
Manufacturing .1 bweler.
Special bargains lu Diamonds and
See Our Beautiful
Line of Pianos.
We ire now receiving that beau?
tiful line of pianos your atten?
tion was called tu a few days
ago. They will have to lie seen
to he appieclated. We are
carrying our samp line --MEH
LIN, HAINES and KKOE
OKI! PIANOS. An inspection
of the MKHLIN will prove it,
to be the finest piano ever
brought to the city. You are
Invited to call at
J. E. ROGERS & CO.,
No. 115. Jefferson street.
Are constantly shifting anil changing.
Early in the sixteenth century the French
gentlemen of fashion could stand nearly
erect and hold the toe of his long and
slender shoe iu his hand.
1 The lack of demand for similar shoes
now is the only reason we huvo none to
offer you. Every shoe that fashion will
permit von to wear is here Style, com?
fort lintl long wear enter into every shoo
we sell. The prices will save money for
BO PRE SHOE COMPANY,
110 South Jefferson street.
A LIQUOR TRUST,
Sixty Million Dollars to Buy Brew?
eries and Distilleries.
Chicago. Dec. 11.--One of the largest
trusts ever formed in this country was
completed yesterday, when the American
Malting Company agreed to put up !?!)(),
000,000 with which to purchase the. lead?
ing breweries of the coon try. Plans are
also being perfected to emhri.ee in the
same deal the purchase of all the leading
distilleries, excepting ihe American
Spirits Manufacturing Company, which
is the old Gieenhu? trust.
The matter is in the hands of Attor?
neys Rubens ami Mott. Harry Rubens
is now in New York putting the finish?
ing touches to the matter. There i-<. ac?
cording to a report, going to be a great
shnking-up among the officers of the
malting company, and many changes are
.fOHND. SCOTT, M. D., and D. D. S.,
corner of Third avenue and Third street
n. e., Roanoke. Va. 'Phone 4IB. Office
hours: From 8 to 12 a. ;n.: 1 to 5 p. m.;
it to U p. in.
Examine the Virginia Carriage Facto?
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
409 Henry street.
Judge Merriman is Convinced of
HE BELIEVES BLANTIIER'S STORY
AND DECLARES THAT IF DUR
RANT IS HANGED IT WILL BE
JUDICIAL MURDER?GIVES HIS
REASONS FOR BELIEVING THE
CONFESSION OF BLaNTHER.
Little Hock. Ark., Dec. 11.?Judge E.
M. Merriiniui, of Little Reck, who was
personally acquainted with and once rep
: resented J. E. Blanther alias For'-es, as
| attorney, in this city, iLslsts that Biau
ther and not Durraut murdered Blanche
I Lamout and Minnie Williams, in San
Fra< clsco,and that the execution of Dur?
raut will, therefore, be a judicial mur?
der. A few days ago the .story ^as sent
out from Atlanta.Ca., that Blanther was
in that city at, the time tho girls were
murdered. Judge Merriman scouts this
idea, and yesteulay made the following
?'Since the publication of the card
through tho Associated Press, in which I
stated that I believed in the innocence of
Theodore Durraut anil tho guilt of Blan?
ther, alias Forbes, I have received many
communications supporting either side
of the question. Now, as the supreme
court of California has refused to inter?
fere ami Durraut. must hang, and still
having an abiding faith in his innocence,
I feel that the public ought to have an
insight Into the facts that have arrayed
themselves before me and convinced me
that a judicial murder is about to be
"First. There can be no question hut
that the written confession is\ 'n the
handwriting of 'Blanther,' for uc effort
has been made to contradict this pra
SUtnption, and examination Ivy experts
has established it.
"Second. Blanther confesses that he
murdered Blanche Lamoui and Minnie
"Third. The. entire evidence in the con?
viction of Durrani lias been circumstan?
tial, and the only possible statement that
has ever hinged on the case is BlantSfr's
confession that lie ami not Durraut diu
the deed lor. which Durrani's young life
is about to he forfeited.
"Fourth. Blanther being once dead,
my lips may reveal the* fac that he had
told me during his troubles here that the
name of Forbes was but au alias that ho
had assumed for 'reasons best known to
himself, antl that his life had been au
eventful one.' This, coupled With the
statement of his second wife, Agnes Cam?
eron, in public print, convinces mo that
ho spoke the truth.
"Fifth. The trial of Durraut seems to
hare been a forced one by some poiver
'behind the sceues,' tho prosecuting at?
torney being notably bitter in the con
duct of t he same, and yet failing to es?
tablish a simrle fact by direct, and posi?
' Sixth. The theory of tho State that
Blanche Lamout win murdered on the
night of, April 8, 1895, is, and has been
throughout the whole trial, an unwar?
ranted assumption,for (If lilanther's con?
fess im be true) as well assume that she
was murdered at the same time Minnie
Williams was. on tho night of April 12,
1825, or, perhaps, the night previous.
There is no proof that the girls were
murdered in the Emmanuel Church, and
a more reasonable assumption would be
that they wero murdered elsewhere and
their bodies carrietl to the church as 'part
of the programme.'
"Seventh. As to the Atlanta dispatch
that Blanther was seen In that city be?
tween the 12th and 15th of April, 1805.
This may bo all t rue, and he may have
had all arranged for his purchasing
agency to believe that, but does anybody
\now, or has anybody ever ventured to
suy^when ho left Atlanta!' Ten days inter?
vened between April 13 and 23, at which
latter date Minnie Williams' hotly was
discovered. Within that period of time
Blanther might have neen seen in At?
lanta, and also Have been in San Fran?
cisco to do his bloody work,and even had
a day or two to spare, if ho was working
under a precoiicqrted plan, antl 'stimula?
ted by a rewartl fcr prompt and Immedi?
ate rctlon, as has^heeinniiinated by a man
"Eighth. The theory of the Stato with?
out anything upon which to base it, is
that one of the girls was killed on Apr!1
I 3, the other on April K5. Blanther says
i he killed them both at the same time,
which is a more reasonable presumption
when the wbolo case is founded upon
I "If Blanther was in Atlanta at the
time Indicated, he probably went there
with a perfected plan to return at once to
San Francisco as sooo us ho had estab?
lished the premises upon which to'.basean
alibi, following the advice of somebody
in whose, employ he was to consummate
this dastardly deed. He could have left
Atlanta on the 4th or 5th. and had been
in San Francisco in time to murder the
"Finally, it is vary dangerous to take a
man's life ou circumstantial evdence
"Agnes Cameron Forbes says she can
nrove that Blanther murdered the girls.
Blanther. with death staring him in the
face, standing on tho brink of eternity,
said Durrani was innocent and he was
"Surrounding circumstances'tending to
establish the truth of Blantber's confes?
sion with these, facts before it., ho v can
any court avoid tho doctrine "of reasona?
ble doubt and refuse an appeal in the In?
terest of justice, humanity, and right:'
If, alter an investigation, all this should
prove fallacious, then Durrant's life con hi
p.iy t he penalty and the public would feel
better fat!sfied that a judicial murder
had not been committed."
Forecast for Virginia: Fit r and cooler;
winds shifting to northwest.
SIOKE, VA., SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12
We furnish everything in the line of Engraved
Cards, Invitations and Announcements for1 Weddings,
Public and Social Functions. All orders treated
with the strictest Confidence.
THE FISH BURN COMPANY,
No. 10 Campbell Ave.,
The finest assortment of Holiday Goods in the city.
Ask for Bicycle Mardi Gras Tickets,
SUSPENDED FOR 60 DAYS.
The Delinquent Land Tax Bill Now
Goes to the Governor.
Richmond, V.l., Dec. 11.?The senate
to-day passed the house hill suspending
the operation of the delinquent land tax
law for sixty days, and the governor will
he asked to sign the same on Monday.
THE BIRD LaVW.
The governor has declined to sign tho
bill to repeal the I ird law,hut will allow
it to become a law without his signature.
The hill will become effective on next
Tho history committeo of the Grand
Camp of Confederate Veterans, sitting in
the Stubb9 case, reported to-night. The
report calls for the resignation of Mr.
Stuhhs as grand'.commander and as a
member of the history committee. Late
to-night Commander Stubbs issued a
red-tiot letter, in which ho refused to re
situi either position.
THE AGE OE PROGRESS.
An Illinois Inventor Claims to Do Won
"> derful Things.
Moline, 111., Dec. 11.?An invention
which bids fair to revolutionize the fuel,
light and g'.rbnge questions 'was made
public by the inventor,Charles W. Smith.
He. claims that from a siugle ton of soft
coul 1ip can obtain 1,300 pounds of hard
coal, :100 pounds of tar and from 0,000
to U.OIIO feet of illuminating uns, besides
ammonia, etc. lu addition to this he
claims that the apparatus is u practical
garbage consumer, converting tho garb?
age into hard coal, gas, ammonia, etc.
DORA'S MIND CHANGES.
' She Decides to Return to 'fer Loving
Husband This Week.
Valley View, Ky., Dec. 11. ?Mrs Dar\
Richardson Clay, the child wife of aged
Gen. Cassius Clay, made the following
statement to day:
"1 cauu* here about three weeks atio on
avieiitomy brother. Peritonitis devel?
oped as the result of a fall from my
horse, and 1 have been ill for about ten
days. I am now about well and I will
return to Mr. Clay on Thursday next. I
love bliu well enouirh to live with him
the rest of my life. "
THE BRUTALITY ENDED.
Miller Won the. Great Kate After Riding
New York, Dei:. 11.? The great bicyclo
race euded at S:l? to-night. fct T:-l? the
leade-, Miller, dismounted ai.d walked
unsteadily to his quarters. He was calm
and looked triumphant and happy.
Rice, who finished second dismounted
immediately after Miller, declaring that
he was satisfied with second place.
^Schinneer also dismounted at the same
time,being sure of third phico.
Halo rode ?o the last minute and finish?
ed in the fourth place. The garden echoed
with cheers for Miller, the victor.
The official score siood: Miller, 2.001
miles; Hice, 2,020 miles:*s;chinneer,*'J,o0O
miles: Hale, 1,012 miles.
Miller was about 223 .miles above the
PROP. HELL WILL MARRY.
Athough 70 Years Old He Will Wed a
Widow 50 Years of Age.
Kingston, Ont., Dec. 11.?It was an?
nounced here to-day that Prof. Graham
Hell, of Washing ton,nsed 70 years, father
of Alexander G. Hell, the inventor of tho
telephone, will marry Mrs. Khibley, aged
50, widow of the lato John Shiblev, of
Rarrowsiulth, this county, in Ne-* York,
WATCHING HIS MOTHER,
tan Francisco, Dec. 11 ?Dur rant's
mother was a visitor at Sun Quentin
prison to-day. Durrant boasted yester?
day that he would nevei hang. An extra
watch is kept over him when his mother
visits him. She is not allowed c'oser thaa
five feet, to avoid any poison being
DYING FROM ANTHRAX.
Altoona, Ph., Dec. 11. Lewis Schlan
irenshite, of Proctor,Lvcomina county, is
dying from anthrax. It is now certain
that the disease was contracted from
hides which can e from China. All the
tanneries in Lycoming county have been
compelled to shut down, as the tanners
are afraid of contracting tne disease.
Two deaths have resulted from it in the
WILL KEEP OFEN EVERY NIGHT.
Hobbie Piano Company will keep open
every night and will ho pleased to have
you call and Inspect their immense stock
of line pianos selected especially for the
Ninas trade. Prices, und terms lower
than the lowest.
BRYAN IN MEXICO.
Enthusiastic Welcome to the
Champion of Silver.
Monterey, Mex., Dec. 11.?William J.
Bryjin und his pnrty trrlved here lust
night und were welcomed by Goa. Reyes,
Mm; or Siimbniuo, and a great crowd of
T le party consists of Mr. and Mrs.
Bryhn, Mr. and Mrs. John Tomlinsou,
of 1 iroitnghnm, Ala.; Hugo Grisenbock,
of San Antonio; Gov. Crlttenden and his
T) day tho party were entertained at
the residence of the governor. -They in?
spected tho great silver lind lead smelt?
ers knd many other important industries,
after which historic points were visited.
The city is In holiday attire.
Gen. Reve^, vovemor of Nuevo Leou,
made an address of welcome, which was
responded to by Mr. Bryan. The band
then played the national hymn, which *s
considered a rare compliment to a for?
eigner, ami the big crowd entkusiustcnliy
cheered, "Viva Bryan! Vtva Plata:"
People went out in vast numbers to?
night ; there is music on all tho pla/.as,
and the electric light display is gor?
geously. A reception at the Casino was
the climax of a welcome which has as?
tonished the guest of honor, who had in?
tended to make a quiet and unostentious
visit to this country.
An .tnportant Decision in the Circuit
Court of Wise County.
Bristol, Tenn.. Dec. 11.?A ease that
will lie of interest throughout Virginia
was decided by Judire. Miller, of tho cir?
cuit court at Wise, Va., yesterday. It
was the case of the Virginia Coal Com
pany against John 1). Thomas.
Under the delinquent tax law, the de?
fendant paid the back taxes on a valuable
tract of coal land a* Coeburn, Va., and
the clerk made him a deed to the prop?
erty. The plaintiff had formerly pur?
chased .the property of Hamilton Grecr,
not knowing it was delinquent. Suit was
brought to recover the pioperty from tho
Judge Miller sustained the defendant's
deed, dismissing the plnitift's bill.
THE CASK POSTPONED.
The ease of Brooke v-s. turner, which
wr.s to have come up in the court of ap?
peals at Richmond on Friday, was post
poiied on account of the absence of two
of the judges. From a letter to Messrs.
Scott & Staples, attorneys for .Clerk
Brooke, it was learned that the ease
would be placed on the special docset for
January and would be hear'1 early in the
XMAS HERALDS and Worlds to day
A HORRIBLE DEATH.
Danbury Conn., Dec. 11.?Michael
Neary, i If borer, while working at the
bottom of a twenty-five foot sewer on
Moutgomery street to-day, met a most
terrible death. The walls of the sewer
caved in, burying him alive. He was dug
out about an hour later, dead.
WILL BE RECONCILED.
New York,Dec. 11.?Gen. Booth, of the
Salvation Army, will meet his son, Bnl
I lagt on Booth, commander of the Ameri?
can Volunteers, here next month foi tho
put nose of a reconciliation. Tho com?
mander "emphatically denies that [any
consolidation will be effected.
WOMEN FOR SAKE.
New Vork, Dec. 11.?C. Harrington Is
Poing throughout this State securing wo?
men to go to Diursan City, where they
will bp sold to the miners making the
highest bids. He deel ires that he has
secured a number of women in Auburn
who are willing to go upon these, condi?
A SAD MYSTERY
Pnducnh, Ky., Dec. 11.?Hunters near
here to-day found the dead boy of a beau?
tiful wlntv girl, aged about 17 years, in
the coiner of a field. There were no
marks of violence on the body. She had
a handsome solitaire diamond ring ou I
the little linger of the left hand. The
hair was long, brown and soft. The face
shmved great refinements
FITCH iS SICK. I
Mew York, Dec. 11.?-Comptollerr Ash
abel P. Fitch was unable to a*tend the
meeting -if the board of estimates to-day.
Word was sent down that he was sick
and would be unable to leave his house
for several days.
RIVERA SET AT '.LIBERTY.
Havana, Dec. 11.?General Rivera, the
insurgent leader, who was captured in
March last, in the province of Plnar del
Rio by the Spanish troop-, under General
Ibri:-wide/, de Velasco, and who was re?
cently pardoned by a royal decree, bus
beon released from the Cabanas fortress,
where ho ha.I been imprisoned for several
months, and sailed yestarday by the
Bteamer ColoD, for Cadi/., bis home.
They Capture $150,000 in Span?
ish Gold and Escape
BY MEANS OF BRIBERY THEY
SECURE A! GOLDEN TREASURE.
THE CASHIER MADE A BRAVE
DEFENSE, BUT WAS FINALLY
OVERPOWERED ? THREE SPAN?
IARDS WERE KILLED.
Havana, Dec. 11.?It appears now that
tho mouey captured at La Caimu^era by
the insurgeuts, and first reported to he
$40,000 ,is much moreover $200,000 had
been deposited there to lie distributed
amonu: the several Spanish battalions
An official report was publlsshed yes?
terday in La Luche to tho.elfeet that two
employes of the railway at Cuantanamo
hail news of the amount of money at La
Caimanera, and sent word of It to the in?
surgents. An insurgent agent weut to
Quantamanoand, with tho heln of the
railway men, bribed a Spanish otlicer ami
siateen volunteers, who formed tho gar?
rison of the main fort which protected
According to the plan agreed on by the
conspirators, when tho insurgent forces
appeared aim approached, the-fort was
delivered to them. They left in the fort
some twenty-live men and over 200 pro?
ceeded to La Caimanera and took posses?
sion of the wharf after a very ^slight re?
sistance. Near the wharf K"as the buihi
ing of the military administration, in
which twelve iron chests were kept, con?
taining the money of the regular troops
around the place, besides tho $200,030 re?
cently arrived. The insurgents Invaded
tho building and killed tho inspector of
police ami two civil guards, who tried to
oppose them. The cashier made a des?
perate resistance. He lired the six shots
ot his revolver and made u bravo light
with his- sabre, barricading himself be?
hind tables and chairs.
To him it is iluo ihat the Insurgents
could not take away all the chests. They
seized three of them and left nine, though
many of the latter they broke open, tak
'ug the gold inside anil leaving tho sil?
ver. The cashier was finally overpowered
and fell to the tjrouud seriously wounded
by live blows of a machnto.
li is- understood that the insurgents
captured $150,000 in gold, though the ex?
act amqunt is hard to give. Tho officials
here believe that a pari of tho booty was
lost by the insurgents whey thoy llevl at
the approach of the Spanish reinforce?
ments. They hope to'recover a part of
tho money believed to be scattered
around the town. The two railway em?
ployes, the otlicer and tho sixteen volun?
teers lied with tho insurgents. In their
retreat they had time to plunder 'a store
in the neighborhood and secure more
money and provisions.
BIG PRICE PAID.
LouistlMe, Ky., Dec. 11.?Billy Lake?
land today closed a deal for the great
I horse Hamburg, a two-year-old owned by
I .lohn Maddens. In the future if is said
I he will weir the colors of either the
I Kcenc, Belmont or Whitney stables. It
is understood that $00,000, was paid,
which is the l?rmest sum.ever paid for a
thorouahbrcd, with the exception of St.
Blaise, who brought $100.000.
WILL EAT PRIED RATS.
Springfield, O., Dec. IL?G. B. Buck ?
ley to oav beat tho world's record at
quail eat'ii". He ate sixty quails at the
rate of two a day for thirty days. Dr.
Tanner ate foity-eight ami then failed.
Buckley says ho feels as well as ho ever
ilid in his life, and he now offer* to eat
nine fried rats in eighteen days.
PENSION BILL PASSED.
Washington, Dec. 11.?The House yes
teiday passed the pension appropriation
hill without amendment, and adjourned
until Monday. The amendments offered
l?y the Democrats to con cot alleged exist?
ing abuses wore all ruled outoa the point
of order that they nrere new 'egislation.
As passed, the bill carries $141,203,880.
The'debate covered a wide rango. It
touched not only the question of our pen?
sion policy, but that of civil service re?
form and the recelpts anil expendituresof
tue Treasury under the Diogley bill.
THE CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Syracuse, X. Y., Dec. 11.? In answer
to Tommy West's chnllenge, Tommy
Ryan said to day: 4-I will meet 'West be?
fore the club ottering the largest Induce?
ments, at 158 pounds, to wei^h in at the
LINDEMAN UPRIGHT PIANO AT
ABOUT HALF PRICE.
A slightly used upright Lindeman
IMuHO, fancy walnut case,. irood as new.
fully warranted five r^ars, at about half
price, on easy payments. You cannot
afford to overlook this bargain. , Robbie
That's what you
will say when you
see tho '!)8 Cleve
laud, which we
havo just received.
Price #(>?">. Come
and examine it. It
will bear the closest
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
KIS Salem avenue s. w.
Another big shipment, of Lowney's
world famous Bon Bons and Chocolates,
50 cents per pound, put up'in attractive
boxes at Catognl'n.
Holiday goods in endless variety at the
E. H. Stewart Puculturo Company.
Don't fail to attend the fire sale
at Enock's Bazaar. Goods slight?
ly damaged by smoke to be sold
> regardless of cost.
PRICE 3 CE3S.TS
It Gosts Something and You Will
Not Pay the Price.
THEREFORE YOUR LIFE IS A
FAILURE AND YOUR MINISTRY
IS ALSO A FAILURE?DOST THOU
UNDERSTAND WHAT THOU
READEST??BY V. D DAVID, THE
TAMIL EVANGELIST, OF INDIA,
WHAT IS THE LIFE MOKE ABUN?
It is not "it;" it is Himself?the Lord
Jesus Christ Himself. Life means
?peace." "Therefore being justified by
faith, we have peace with God, through
our Lord Jesus Christ." (Romaus 5:1.)
Tiie'^life more abundant means "pence
that passeth all understanding." "And
tho peace of God, which passeth all un?
derstanding, shall kctp your heart and
minds through ".Christ Jesus." (Phil.
4:7.) Lifo means "joy." tho lifo inoro
abundant, means "Joy unspeakable and
full of glory." "In whom, though now
ye see Him not, "yet '?elieving ye rejoice
with joy unspeakable, aud full of glory."
(1 Feter 1:8.) See tho difference!' All
those things c.m'bo had in His ,own per?
son?Jesus Christ Himself.
In His fullness he is like a Japaaese
box At the ilrst sight !of tho box you
seo a round ball, but there are many
balls within. Von open the first box,
anil you seo another iuside. You open
this, and you will see another*; within.
You will llnd so maoy hoses inside. But,
after all, the Jpaneso box must come to
an end: but t he Lord Jesus Christ is a
wonderful heavenly box, "in whom all
fullness dwelleth." "For it pleased the
Father, that In Him 'should ah fullness
dwell." (Col. 1:10 ) "For in Him dwell?
eth all the fullness of tho Godhead
bodily." (Col ?2:!?.)
Il3 is life?"Jesus said unto her, I am
the resurrection, and the life: he that be
lieveth in me, though ho were den?', yet
shall he live:" (John 11 :'J.">.) lie is
strength?He is song?"Behold, God'Is
my salvation: I will trust, and not be
afraid: for the, Lord Jehovah is my
strength and my song:" (Isa. 13:2.)?He
is peace. If T were to rnenUon'all the
things one by uiie. tho whole Bible is lu
Christ. Many have not found the secret
of the abundant life. They go to meet?
ings and frequently churches, but thoy
do not go for this one person, Jesus
Christ. They go for blessings, but do
not go for the Blosser; they go for nug?
gets of cold, but do not go for the Gold
Mine: they go for the fruits and tlowers,
but do not go for the Tree: they go for
money, but do not go for tho Hanker.
But how can I express this lifo more
abundant, the Lord Jesus'/ All fullness
dwelleth in Him. Since till fullness is
there, out si Jo of Christ all is emptiness;
you cauno'liml tho en me fullness in two
places. Vit only is he full, but lio "tlll
eth all In all." (Eph. 1:28.)
Eight years ago I fouutl this" life more
abundant. For eleven years previously
1 was wandering in the wilderness, hav
Inu possessed only the life in Christ. The
abundant life means glorious life "But
the God of all Grace, who hath called us
here unto His eternal glory by Christ
Jesus.-' i Peter 5:!0.)?Victorious life
'Now thanks be unto God, which always
causetb us to triumph in Christ." ill
Cor. 2:14;)?fruitful life?"Ye have net
chosen Me, but I have chosen you, and
ordained you, that ye should go aud
h?ng forth fruit." tJohu 15:1?.)?strong
life?"I can do all things through Christ,
which strengtheneth mo." (Phil. 4:18.)?
praising life,?"In whom, though now yo
see Him not, yet belioviuu. ye rejoice
with joy unspeakable and full of glory."
(I Peter 1:8.) Many more things I could
say of this wonderful '.He, but I am not
going to give full details of the lifo more
abundant now; but I want to tell you.?
all fullness Is lu it'll . Those who
have Him, have all ; for eveiythinc Is in
Chris1:. "Where there is neither Greek
nor Jew. circumcision uor uiieireumcis
ion. Barbarian, Scythian, bond nor free,
but Christ is all. and In all." tCol. 8:11.)
Now the next question Is ?
WHAT AUE SOME OF THE PRIN?
Before you get this life more abundant?
Three things are necessary:
l. Truth,in the inward parts. "Behold
thou deal re th truth in the inward parts."
I Psalm ."ii :t; >
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