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34. uouia tne essence oi iudubuiouki
truth be oouohed and presented in
plainer, common-sense language? What
moved the Ood-head to this moment
ous precaution of guarding to stored
collision of this immortalising, life
imparting, inestimable tree and its
fruit? Does not tbe twenty second
vere unfold the mystery? Clearly.
J9be would "Take also of the tree of
life and eat, and live forever " But
to corroborating witnesses, 'What, in
his times, he will show who is tne
blessed and only potentate, who only
bath immortality, dwelling in tbe
light, whioh no man can approach unto,
whom no man bath seen, nor oan aee.
Vint Tim. 6: IB, 16. Who will sus
tain and teaoh for God's truth the Ro
man muter-stroke of impiety, an im
mortal dtnlt Can rational men be
rash enough to attempt to explain away
such explicit revelation? This sums
up the whole matter of tbe indwelling
of immortality in Qod alone, unfolding
to easy eomDrehension the manner, or
channel, through whioh God assures
us wo are to attain immortality, unerr
ingly made manifest to men alone by
tbe bleed inK Saviour. The appearing
of Chriat "Brought life and immortal
ity to light" Seoond Tim. 1: 10. He
oommanda us "Br patient ooo'inuanee
in well-doing seek for glory and honor
and immortality." Rom. 2: 7- 'ibis
testimony surely dismantles the con
tused mystery and the design of the
hiding, shutting out, or taking away
from men's sight and temptation to
toacb, taste ana be immortalised in sin,
imperfeotion, misery and degradation,
whioh God never designed. It is a
demonstrable, divine truth, that no
human being never has, nor ever will
be immortalized, only through the
ohannel God opens to view and pur
poses; Christ Jesus being the only
beacon light and way to immortality.
"The things whioh are teen are tem
poral, but the things which aro unseen
are otcrnal."-8coond for. 4: 18. Tbe
body and the life, or living soul, in all
its manifestations, are certainly seen,
and temporal; subjeot to death, decay,
and without doubt to be obanged. At
death "The spirit shall return unto
God who gave it." Eool. 12, 7. This
ii the only semblance of immortality
in man's makeup, and God draws it
immediately unto himself as soon as
the body is no longer a fit abode for it.
No historian hints at the necessity of
ita being changed, only its place of
abode; irrefutably demonstrating that,
immortality is not an innato essential
and parcel of man's composition, but
hid alono in God ; closed in and sealed
from every outside view by tho flaming
HWorda or burning presence of the Son
and surroundings of God.
Concluded next week.1
'1 he Philosopher of Baa M:ii-oo
oat I he Fiantaclal Hllii !",
the Iext Trrtejlt of V. tsu-,
the Pyramid or Cheopm Klc.
Tor th Ful ruu.
The newspapors are full of argu
ments on the financial problem; but is
all coojnoture with no definite nrgu.
ment; because it takes more than
routine bankers, Wall street or treai
ury science, to comprehend the origin
and workings of the mighty dollar, or
devil, all tbe same.
At present the financial or social
problems cannot be settled ; but after
tho observations of the next transit of
the planet Venus, in 1882, bayo been
made, chances will be more favors Me.
There is a certain passage in tin;
Cbeops pyramid with an angel ol' near
ly tbe dimensions of tbe suu'n pnralax.
aocording to the transit of 1709. A
comparison with the transit of 187-1 and
1882 will throw some light on tbe eub
joot of "where wo are drifting to.''
According to the Bible, the world has
had euds and beginnings. Solomon
says, "There is nothing uew under the
sun." The people who built th3 pyra
mids did not build them for time, but
for eternity. It is customary to put
the number of the year on the corner
stones of public and other buildings,
but if the earth should resolve into
chaos, and remain so a few thousand
years, as it has done before, the inhab
tants of a future creation coulJ not
eft any tense out of A, D and a cypher.
The pyramid builders had a larger
comprehension of astronomy, time and
eternity. The earth is moving to and
from the sun at ictervals of ten thous
ands of years, as regular aa clockwork
oi the movements of a living organism.
Children comprehend hours, dayt
and weeks; common grown people
months and years; men of learning, de
cade and centuries; but the builder of
the pyramids knew the beginning and
end of their world, by measuring the
olar paralax at the transits of the
jlaocts over tbe dise of the sun. and
hereby preserving the tiee of their
rveat ( their existence in the universe
for eternity. It is nonsense te aesert
v.. .! nan rrova cob.
.tE:!r Jrcm tle luiliiag of the Ffyp-
tita antiquities to the present day.
Tbey have grown from fuf b'k
reliable history dates. The antiquities
t ol Kiiypt are prehistoric, bolonginj to
a bygone world, mere is no .-
for the belief that the originals of those
half-oak ed figures engraved on thoe
.nllnnitiaa want not IS trjtioh civilised
ss people nowadays. Bailroads, tele
graphs, stovepipe hats ana Dus'.ies, re
nmntiiin and reneal of resumption
acU, were, perhaps, antiquities with
them. They knew how to live happy
without some of those relies of a bar-
T ImImta the Cheone pyramid is in
the universe what a grain of seed is in
the vegetable kingdom; that is, "the
moot important remnant of the laat
erop.of empires on earth," and in it
interior eonstruetion may be found
the requisite knowledge to ereate or
generate a perfect empire.
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H. B. AXDHKWS, A. W. PiCKlNSON,
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You are hereby commanded tu summon,
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newspii) er published in linys county, for
lour week" prior to rt turn cluy. Thomas S.
Parker, whose residence is unknown, to
be and appear belore the Honorable Dis
trict Court ol Uays county, to be held at
the Court houee thereof in the town of
Sin Mnrcoe, on the S2d Monday in March,
187U, then and there to answer the peti
tion of Annio Laura Porker, filed in said
lourt aguinst the said Thomas S. Parker,
allesinir in substance as lollown: That
plaintiff is an actual bona tide inhabit
ant of, nnd has iesided in tho county of
ll..u. in lUKuhnl TAi., fur ail mouths.
UHJDl m ww.v w. (
next preceding the filing of said suit; that
plRintin ana ooicnuant were mwiunj mar
ried on the loth day of March. IH73, in
Nueow county, in the State of Texas, and
lived together as husband and wile until
the 1st iliiy ol r'cb 1875; that durine said
time, a child was born unto them, the is
sue if said murriage, now aired lour years,
and in the cufcUxiy ol plaintiff; that, on
(aid 1st day ol Feb. 1875, delcr.dent vol
untarily lelt plaintiff, with the int ntion
ol abandonment, whioh snid abandonment
M.mtimiil fur tnnra than three veare
prior to the filing ol this suit. Plaintiff
prays lor citation oy nuoncauon, ior w
cree dissolving the bonds of matrimony
between plaintiff and defendant; lor the
custody ot rai l child; for cost, and gene
ral and special relief.
Herein fail not, but make d je return of
this writ as the law directs.
Given under mv hand and tbe a.-al of
eaid Dii-trict Court, on this 1Mb day
of February, 1878.
ED. J. L. GREEN",
Cl k D. C. 11. Co.
rvm. i., k.nA rh is. IjTTS. and rabli-
catMH ordered to be made in tbe Jfan Mar
oos Weekly Fbez Paxss .
J.VS. A. WEEX.
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ICor S. NANOE, .
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uffarara from pulmonarr dliaei.
It la oompoaad of herbal PMlaeti,
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nactorated, and at onoe
A iniTi9 law"" -wmw w -aii v - - - - -
It tonea ne wm iiir.
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What others gay about
"I have had Asthma thirty yean, and never
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world, and the children say it is 'nicer than
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"Six, and all Croupy."
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have been croupy, Without Tutt'a Expectorant,
1 don't Ihlnk they could have aurviveil ome ol
t.atuck.. SSkiM, Ky.
A Doctor's Advice.
In my practice, I advise all lamilies to keep
Tutl'i Expectorant, in sudden emergencies, foi
coughs, croiiu, diphtheria, etc."
T. P. ELLIS, M.D., Newark, N.J.
Sold bit nil druoaUU. Price $1 00. Offiet
aa Sliirran Street, Jfete York.
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" I have used Tutt's Pills rive years In my fam
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This liniment very naturally orltf lnatwl In Anwri.
aa. when, Mature imxidi lu her luuuratiiry auoli
anrprisiiiK nnlidotea for tlm maladies of her cliil
dren. Its fame has been spreading for 35 yoara,
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The Mrxieiv. Miiun Liniment is a matelilesa
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A single bottle orteu saves a human life 0. re
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It euros fot-rot. hoof ail. hollow horn, grub,
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cure in the world for accidents .occurring In the
family, in tho nbseuce of a physician, suck as
burns, scalds, sprains, euts, etc.. and for rheuma
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tlcnlarly valuable to Miucrs.
It is tho cheapest remedy In the world, for it
penetrates tha muscle to tbe bone, aud a ainglo
application is cenerallv aufllcient to euro.
Mexican Mustang Liniment I put up In three
sizes of bottles, the largor one being proporlioo.
itely much the cheapest. .
The Board of Medical Examiners
FOR the loth Judicial District, will meet Id tbe
nwn nt l.nftranfre. Msv 1st. 187H. for th OUr-
pose of Examining, and granting Certificate.. In
tbe meenwnne, lempoiary veriiiicaie. kh u.
given by Ur. A. N. Ueuton, of nan klarcos, Hays
Co., Ut.H P. Lackelt.of llastrop, Bastrop Co.,
and by Dr. Jsme. K. Morris, of Bellville. Austin
ko. By order or tbe Hoard,
JAMKe) K. alOKKIS, II. D.
Jan. 2$-2m Secretary.
fjIlli W I'A S'li OV TEXAS.
To sll persons interested in the welfare
ot the persons and estates of Mary
J. sod Sarah A. Morgan, minors:
Henry Cousins, guardian over the es
tates ot said minors, has filed an appli
cation in the County Court of Hays
County, prsying to sell the undivided
bait interest ot said minors in i-oi 0.
Six. in Block No. Three, of Liodsey
& Harvey's addition to the town of
San Marcos, in the County of Hays, in
the State of Texas, for tbe purpose of
paying the debts acd cost of guardiao
shio. which will be beard at the Court
Un.u (k. n v m nf Sn Mma in'
uuucu lu sac ...wi. v. - ..-, .
said County of Hays, on the first Mon
day ia Apnl, 1878, when and where all
oersons interested may appear and eon-
lest the same it they see proper to do
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Jurt PvblUltd in Sealed Xwuhpt. frit
A Lecture on the Sstore, Treatment, and Heal.
cal our of Seminal Waaknea, or Sparmaterhaa,
Induced by self-Abase, Involuntary Bmlssleas,
Impoteooy, Nervous Dsllllty, nod impediment te
Marriage generally ( Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Pita: Mental and Pkysical Incapacity, etc. By -ROBERT
I. CULVER WELL, at. 11., author el Ik
"Green Book," Ac .......
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