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IT Zbe tribune Thursday. October 10 191"* We are very pleas, d ko Bnd that our esseemedc ntenporarv "1 lie Nassau Guardian" has at last caught the echo r,f the Music for the people "and is in ""> with us as to the de ira" %  suitable band stand 11 *'•' bean ornament to public square That a decent band stand ineeded there is nota shad I "" ,l! ". the present arrange ment, was a make shift; that the Baud Concerts are an abliahed institution, by all %  <"* Id us have a band stand P xmanenl in chara. i stantial in construction, i rna Rental in design and artistic in an,sn ;| 'I comph le ii iMMiil inent. T.i id s end du deli must be given to the selection %  and the mistake ol SSip It ; !u | an j ,. p %  nd stands must be %  concentrate every thing ; ne substantial handsome I stand that would be a tecommunity and a., "t to the best site that n.aN chosen. Nol nrily f „ .„,,.,.], od band stand desira l); ""l concerts are fasl be coming oneof the „.....,„. ; >ns r>f the city. During the winter jusl an increasing numb, i ol n,l ; %  se concerts, and ring the summ i the pas ; ..11 the ded the i | "" Kod reas n whv ue 5J1 Place a good lrn,,| ,„, .,,, u ht, y. ll ifl could, stand I \ nun,;,, f ,| ,,,,, i,ijj ens ; imated Hi. ir willing rib utetothe„eressan fund, '' '• to contribute to H C ; "> d "f the funds, and 11 ir s I.m „me %  n < r.| oui '" ivith i ivic i)i ,i p r i a ; i : that II;I Iwve ihis desirable "•ft i. the" lasic for the I i i u ' our of the centre [ '"'' Librar) I ireen for the site f Band stand. \\ c have been requested to st.ii, that Services will be held in the S. D. A. chapel Sunday evening at seven thirty o'clock to which all are invited. The hour will be spent in reviewing the pamphlet entitled '"Seven I a\ Adventism, What Is It This pamphlet is calculated to be an attack upon the Adventisl faith. J* The Motor ''France I left For Miami j stet la) morning with the following passengers, les \delle Mesdames Diana BosOeld, I id i ella Toapmann, Rut mnur, Minna Ham. Victori Ku and child ; Messrs I >ai i 11 Mos Vrmbrister, Li Frances F< rgurson, Wi mi |. I lepburn, Edw in Ii hiw n. I Simmons, Philemon Rol %  J tmes A. Young, Caslev i la idius Gaiter. %  inci Gaiti r. Samui I Wal ce, Zep mah I lepburn, Fr< fl Rui pr, II \ Dalton, Erskin Iram is, H Daniel Gaiter, Enoch Hanna, rge Brown, Alb< 11 Ri Howard Bartlett, it ? K II tor Rolle, Adolphous l< II Rolli Jerrv Rolle. William Walker, John Rus< is Martin, Frank Ham n I lanna, The following jury was cm-j-vith utter disregard of their I u tiled. George F. I Ii: v 11> • rd 11. i ington, I' rederick Newton, I liomas I Kill, Edward Maura. L i.ml \!.itli.-r. William E. i iwn danger, and ilso the comfort (if others r !' is an occupant of a velm le but would l>e immeasurably sorry were any of these i hildn n injured in the htuntaip, James Maura. James slightest way, and excepl for i Farnngtom Robert S. Hanna the providence that is said to '>'< Cab I) (iibson, wa ti |, ,, Vl ; ijidren .u),\ drunkards, ii is impossible to see how i: ? en p • ,., (l ,, escape injury, are diach irged until i Le* iD N< ely, Call b G Fi ireman, The .1 is I II. sdaj next Wn< ; '"'" '" '"" '"ding The sedwas releaa I un l' 1 "' B : osl with ''"" 1 dei bonds breath until my carriage has The Court aditiurntd until ia I p oaMd M *. danRei / i "'' and jo. a. m. tn morrow '''"'' ,U| ,,ave '"'" l"' n| -.l.iv ,.. : i, ii.-.,. i,..,.,,, ously near the limit, but I fear h • lay, i6th ( O ctober, i )t$. I he Cout met at' 10. joa, m. ut : that I shall nol alvvaj s escape. If it does not happen to me, it will to SMI),.i ne 11-e, ,ind then I to I hgh | h av en A dl ascend I lis Honour I) Tudor I :, K. C. Chi I Justii %  I e lion II. : .. Malcolm Esq. K. C \ tins Pxec 'at:ons, oni ; ""l maledict s against '*( dam while peopli i \ ihev kill m\ ( hild." Ami theanathe A. K I'IM Registrar, I In hal. Inform it ion N, ; llenn ders, Wounding wil in '••at to disable, to maim to disp, t< d inn Ii a in. Sil iinoii app aredl r the %  •• firsl M i D is, w ho had •j Saunders and had to he matizi is either i ll not, or, not look alter theii children. What is in I" d me i ( i anyone In the gloaming, brook Lane and Can i> an,, ion where the utm< si aar< and i lanehave lo be exfrrised to avoid accidents. 11 ere it where ted in th<-Hospital for three I I'rovidengs watches over the 1 he "Frances E" tin i\ed i Miami this morning. j In I InSuprenv Court Wednesday, 15th (tetobei continued] I he Court met at 2 30. p. m Information No 8 was filed l>\ The Ating Attorney < Jem ral a linst James Rolle.aliasCushi %  Es ;i| e. I he same wa's c ill< d and on .: arraigm d the pris >m 1 id Guilty. The Court s oti in • 1 the pri, to 18 m.mtlis further imprisonment. Information No, I. U Johns, n -hop breaking ainl l.,u Cl I 1 v : %  jui decided that 'hen was no need of further •' I turned a vi rdic-i of N G ty. I Court a Ijourm I u in. I'uesdax ne 1 I'll Ocl ioi :. I Ti ibuni Sir. i j V"n with 1 <-f %  1 : us itter, ll e • ;l1 it. 1 1 'ii 111 vi ur journal may cause an abatement "I the matter rti| lained of, 1 exists principal* ly in t t 1 ivtl coi distra t fmm Devi nux 1, .!., •t. ol small 1 hildrend irl m g The ai used pleaded (iuiltv, across the street in front of a.id but said she was no! alone in up l the verj feet nf hoi the Shopbreaking. which ma> be bet eeu the I'll-' Court sentenced the prishafts of vehicle! in which the r to a further impris minent occupants arc taking their pli R of twelve months Information No. Ill I h nn Saunders, Wounding R 1 HI. With intent to in 11,11 dishgu''', to ili-ahli lo d 1 ulilv harm, .\a ailed. 'I he accused on being ai • raigned pleaded Not < iuiltv. '"ul ihe di i vi'is have thi it woi k cut out for tin in m endea11 ing to pu'vent the < hi dren n being either killed or in jun d. I he) seem to be nndei no traint, and 1 yen M hen they happen to be with adults it i~ not 1 xercised by them, but the) ar* allowed to dart to and fro hildren ol a large growth, children wli 1 give their --ease and judgment inin th ping of Retail, and and so called) \\ holesale Liquor Licenses -Mr. Editor ii is seri >US and sad. Just thiscasi, HI the Magistrates C mrt "Sepl 2 I ir inville Symon tie 1 'mill; in sti in I two I n'.l £2. Wh I Oh! only for taking a little to wash 1 lie coal du>t out of Ins throat, Wages |~ or 5s n A.i\. Cost of two or three drinks, ; \ 1 weeks wages! I las | e a e 11 d children ? If v> God in Ipthem 1 Hi the pit) ol it What remedy can we apply 2 I lie masses tire detei ioratin j. Religious leaching and edu lion seem to be H I to elevate the masses w ho are following the lineof least resistant e. I'he man who ,s observant, who studies the in nd of human affairs, who has marked its ebb and How, cannot hat be impn-ss d b) the change that has taken place m this community within the last fifty years and can he say for the better ? The clutch has slipped. What is the cause? Are we too near to the Southern State-, nearer than Wt Used to I).5 EARNEST ENQUIR1 R. il



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THE TRIBUNE MARRIAGE SAWDERS PBETAt 11.30 a. m. on Wedne lav, 15th October. ")'.', by 1!, Rev. VV. S. Lovell, at St. Matthews Church, Isadora Alinte I'eet, third third daughter of the late Mr. William Peel and Mrs. Emma I). I'eet. to Ansel Daniel Saunders. Mr ;iiul Mis. Saunders embark ed fur Miami per S.'lir. Admiral this 1 rhursd.iyi afternoon, Christ Cljrch, Cathedral. S. Luke's Eve. FRILMY. 7 p.m. SJI mon by R-ev, C. liudley Lumpen &l n 1 1 of the Bishop SUBJECT: -SCIENCE nd RELIGION. BY RAD] TELEGRAPH day. He left an estate of $5,106. 000 in England. London, I15.—Prince Arthur of Connauht was married to day in the Chapel Royal at St. James Palace. While Kiug < ienr<_;e and Queen Mary were on their we tu the weddim,' their carri.i je was stormed by suffragettes one of them attempted i<> hurl a petit ion into the vehicle. She was quickly hustled away by the poli Albany, 15.—The Sulzercourt of impeachment this afternoon not to amend article four of the impeachment articles. The court held this article sufficient lv broad to cover testimony of Duncan VV. Peck who testified [that Sulzer had advised him to jcommii perjury before the KrawNew Yn, 15th.—Closing] le y Committee, if he wereasked stock quotations were as foj.1 about five hundred <*ows Am. C I inadi I'•ml I'M]; New •)-•; as l'i'" r 7}\\ B, 'V C. 1 Pa ific 2 21,'; St. I 'enna 111 York Central Hamburg, 1 >. The b i!< th'Imperati have proved un satisfactory 1 nd will have db rehmlt in order to reduce coal consumption and tu increase speed I'aris, 15.. [inAmerican b il< loon "(ioodyi a:" won the race br the iordon Bennett Cup, lita mtributed t> • paign lars WfllCU Sulzers cani C Mil.EGRA.MS Wi it Poiot N. Y., 1 |. -Lieut. 1i in ral Cod ring ton of the R03 • al Hi rse ( i uaids ol the British Vim) to day visited the militar) a< adem) A salute of 15 guns and a nl\ iew of the of cadets held in his was ureii battalion honour. Albany, 14.—-The high court of impeachment which is to decide the fate of Governor SuL zer tO-day failed to n a< h a N T ew York, 1 s—The Grosser Kuerfuersl fjnrrived here today with 1.(5 survivors from the Volverdi.'t. tuniM, ,-,11 men. Thev tell of the After a session of an hour and Voltumo calling for boats from a half the cum t unexpectedly ad fleet of surrounding res ue ships journed until to morrow. •nd getting none until a small t>"it from the Voltumo coinLondon, 14.—The stories told "landed by the second officer l>v the passengers of the steann r put off from the burning ship Carmima and other liners which and rea h d the Kuerfuerst. The ] went to the rescue of the burnboit however sank when she I ins Voltumo, described heroic (Hached the Kurluer-ls s ide, efforts in the face of almost insuperabl" difficulties to sue tin: Liverp iol, 15, Seven killed when Liverpool tram collided with the die h 1 express at St. ion today. were boat ManNew York, IT -.Mrs Clarence %  hi kay filed an answer to Mrs jlakeS milli 'ii dollar alienation suit. Mis Mackay denies all o| Irs lU.ikes charges and attributes the suit to unjustifiable jealousy of the plaintiff. London, 15.—The will of J, P. Morgan was made public to passengers and crew of the doomed ship. As yet information is Licking James as lo how the lire originated. What issues clearly from all the narratives is that practically all the lives were sacrificed in attempting to launch the boats before the arrival of the other steamers. Washington, 14. —Germany's decision to despatch a warship to Mexican waters attraction wide attention in official circles here, tonight. No formal comment was made on the incident but it was apparent that the Washington government was not displeased. latest advices to Washington are to the effort that the British Government is deeply concerned over its recognition of lluerta and it it is even declared relia bly that King < ieorge and Queen Mary have taken a personal in terest in the situation with a view to measures that would support the policy of the United States. H London, 14.—After a fierce struggle the police tonight arrested Sylvia I'ankhurst in the Last End of London where she was making a speech. But when they got her outside the build ins; the militants attacked the police so savagely they had to let her go and she escaped. Washington, 14. — When Mrs. I'ankhurst arrives this week she! will be detained at the Ellis Is land immigration station accord ing to present plans, until a spe'Ml board of inquiry can determine whether she comes within theclassof aliensexcluded from the United Mate-. -* Washington, ip -Yellow fever ai Carmen, and Campeche, both districts in Mexico, from which American refugees are coming tojthe United States, was reported today to the public health service. NOTICE AVING been appointed AGENT for MAPES PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER in the Bahamas I am able to supply customtrs with same at manufacturers price which is $44 per ton of S bariels ur *S 5. I"'r barrel of 250 lbs. I'. '>. B. New fork. This Fertilize! can also he obtained through my commission House in New York, nr direct from Manufacturers at the same price. I shall be glad to take any one desiiiousof seeing the results ob. tsined from the use "f this Fertilizer to my cultivations in Nassau which must convinie anyone that Mapes Fertilizer is the kind best suiled to our soil for the growing of pineapples. WALTER K. MOORE. T HIS is to inform my and the NOTICE. Patrons Public 111 General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and'am now j ready to do anything in the line of Geneial repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huylcr, 4 Bay Street. East I Wharf) T NOTICE. is to notdy the IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Oct. 17. SPECIAL FEATURES TOYS of Destiny IN TWO REELS BRING Till-. CHILDREN TO ?ER THE RIVALS PLAYED BY CHILDREN FIVE REE I 3 AND OUR BIG snow is 6d, 'id is, S Sch. "Winifred M." MLS for MIAMI, Fla. FRIDAY, OCT. i 4 1913 For Passage or Freight Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. Wanted A COMPETENT MAM, to care for, and drive, a team of Mules. J. S. JOHNSON CO. October fith, 1013. HIS is to notify the Pobli that I have appointed Klisl. A. Roker, of Sandilands Village to be my Attorney and to act for me, alorij,' with my wife, during my absence from the Colonv. SUTHERLAND ROLLS, Octobrr 6, 1913. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LKSSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN". M XNDOL'N and GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repaired. Orders taken for Pn EnttrtainmtHtt. 67 West street. / rv FtfS5ELLfrC2J&* Ao/ru >'* %  L



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1 I li E -I U I I'. I HORSE FOR SALE ndition. Ap| II. I RUSSELL. I he sh uni Hay Street City. I they are well ab'e to go up take the Ne\ Jerusalem, v >> lie marsh ils Ins f.trees. I le i %  the head of h %  : tnernlf Who li ive f-'ll :n in ilie |ii-i renounced for their g^neralsliip. Thuj lie marches this v.i-t host across the broken surface 'f this old world from every direction and compasses about the camp of the saints, 'he New Jerusalem While thus | about the it iful i M %  .-, i h >y will be a 1 >! see through its transparent wall* and • Is th isid* and they thems If tinust out. Then ii is ih it the L< i them of all theii wi ke less ungodliness niitted against Him as is i in Jude 15, And w hi %  > thej h ive thoroughly I leen co have .11 kno adedged thai G i\ are 1 ight, illn 11 is that %  lines (In vn from he 1 v 'li I" 1 vours them, %  • isdi • %  ibe I by John in Rev. 30; <". The 1 M ilachi speaks ol this 1 "For, Ek I all lie' Icedj ly shall 1 d ij th.it rometh n up I 1 the Lord ol lo is, th it 11 sli ill lenve hem \ .t nl the Apo-tle I' 'l'iv 1 f' "in I of heaven ami bu I he vvicke I iiliili Shingles l %  1 Mi'. 1 11' .111 5m. Cj i %  Shingle : at $9.1 1 pei ihouml nl 20 bundles I )iso mnts HI li its 1 'I 1 ivef liingles. Special Price also on ilso Vn. C> I w I. would 1 form all who appreciate a G ike that we nnw l,.,ve on h .i"l an extensive Stock of II W VN \ I IGARS. We ni 11 ide of Ibe finest Havana and Sumatra \\ ip| Killers throughout i run premisi lied woi [ %  11 in prodiu %  1101 quality. MIIV, swe havi met with iii the pasl entlyl the 1 1 ui i |. L -' %  '• ( % %  1 thousand 0 pi ice made dies, lins 11 ssible by a t lai i h stock arrivin C C SAUN1 'I RS'. u, ".. P.. Se| 1. also burns this old w 11 i I Un he 11 Ins second episi chapter and lentil l i\ nf the Lord v li '1 thief HI the night in I 1 the heavens shall pass 1 vilh a 1 noise, and 11 >)ish 1 il melt with fei ireni he it, earth .1 l>, : 11*1 c 1 1 he works tll.'ll in sh ill li" bui 1 !•' I up". \ : twelfth ve se it is furl ion 1 '. "I coking ("I unto the comi g of tin wherein the h fire I I lie '. %  i; nl I I.I I I'KK i I V. I I I t.lkl I.IJi I Pi All wo t'l SUIt tl'C .\ I. M. I. VI : 1 1 T.\ ll R • %  % %  d by I tin Hue!; -' % %  .1 or I li" 1 in 1 ol ,: F of the late I 11 1 ol 1 he I-i nod w i" ibe li I .si]. A PHI I .11 \RD. i 'hainl NI'. 1 113. i : i' King Vl/ I' I' Ils. ; ^r D ESIRES i" i an I tin I F ll FRtJI I" Jus ' ST VNDAR1) OIL ( in I AS L. s\i: . n ANOTHKK SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER I.. .; R< 1 tVd| \. 'I \ I II! R I \l Ins fi ha) Jtlsl 1 un. : 1 11 1 'i a posil mn tii en may %  re with • \ %  •'!' ni 1 and 1 iel : 11 v I' IIMI they v< nrk. li Gaso t> w %  1 Ions. : melt with f. ; ,. |j ", r | | [>, l I Mill 1 %  ' . 1' is said in li' f"i 11". ii". we ill ii' i' ice in 1: 1 1. ; ih" • it in th And n-iw h 1 in that 1 H it ovT once more, 0 l says in Pel we, a li M 'ii fill II '.'.' li ill wherein dwi I I 1 s,, iloii rightri dwells tht-ie is equiv lenl !•• saymu lhal ilie 1 iithteou* dwell t' is. imp isiiiii' % %  consider 11 1 i|e ami ii [I 1*1 I I ili'iItous beings J \S. II ^\ll I II. mi an ival r ram es it 0;ily Fi V* *.' CM I i' hun Dilivi 1 C. %  11: I 1 : 1 FOR SAI I. >l uid Lot '•') ; 11 > l the I '11 ,,(• . I|..t' Joiner Shop) East \'>->y -i" t, w bu ii is 11 .-, 111,.in 1 lie M in men I id I \Mi\. V.V \" I'ONTR U" I OR %  si' ; I bind n I" if eveiy 1 |i in. I I to givi snu excellent woik Ile 1 ol n 1 | Ol SE and Lot ••<) tt'esl St "J fur pari ; 1 1 M. ''ii'-. For turniuo etc., see us. Wi I'.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W. gu yon and an -t \" '. ly. 1 niihd nt that %  MS M \\ II1' 1 1 I ii • 1 i .: ii 1 |< !-, \Mu HI id %  "i • 1 Linen I -1 ~ 1 price ing ill 1" Persons on the eve 1 >l v 111 ihi 1 I I I •. : 1 n %  WILLIAM-Will 'I i -s\l I. ANU RETAIL l>i PARTMENT. "• 1. Fresh Just Arriveo iNH |X SEEDS from lenerdTi uid .nl othi r Vegetable^ 1 A l IDOI'ES. I ,. 1 H) stKft FOR RENT. I •. ;,i 1 l>\ I'. I 1 sim 1 IVI 1 1 1 ,|.i I; tn, WALTI l< I RE. THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT MI ikes ] .1 the name STANDARD ENCWE. O loycl Kegi wi sinw iiu-. Un powi 1 ol tin' majority. 1 ko the Ja • irantee is the St


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Nvilliviivddicttis jvimnin verba matftstri. Mru>i: bound lo sweur lo the Dogmas if no Master VOL. X. \ •> -ivi. N. P.. a.vli.v.n..-.. Thursday. October 16. 191} No. 274 LEON I i: i>l II (II, .-.i HauPHtuci OKI I M \I;KI T STUB! I i \ P.. 1 • %  PUBLISHED mm 1 iVeekh Mil I 1111 v • :rl> rfalfYeurl* Yeanv pAYARLt IN HlVAVCI line f.n fii-l i • %  'HI I I lion; I I I %  jlit I mi". LECTURE >\ I III Mill ENNIUM. 1 'i ". Iu \. iW w e ,\ ill 11 % %  ll • miw ;, mi judusvient l ll|e\ llVI W'll.i' Hi \ doing Tin ? In HI my?, in ]< %  \ • i 1. "In .ill'-nt u ii ; i w %  11 it ihey in i>ii|! some i i i--I 'teings IUH w Im could i ey judge ? A judg im,' i Im ve nli i I lie l.niil n winch In dtti rmine who i he i ightei >ua ;uiil what I In-, ia show ii in iIn mg • i M>, M • %  ia Hid I-. i, .j, i; IO, Ml 11.' —.Intm show thai tin' I "i.l bring* His r< ward WJlh I I nil III in! ml I ll'l I Ji'enle, which I • I" if it I nni Ii. I'M •term n %  hef ire, wlml it is Mill in Iv ill. J ; 5, 6 I'.nil ill 1 hiwii keiI, •>! 'I says ihnt 1 i'l "w Ii "ii lei e\ % %  man nding In lut i|i %  ell-''. Si there must In' judgment p:i— 'n ye not know that thesaintsshall j the world? And if the world shall be ju Iged by you, ;ire ye unable lo e smallest matters. Know ye not dial we shall judge angels}? how much more things that pertain t.i this life." In tins present life the slints .ire not to judge. Jesus says "Judge not lest yi be judged"; and and Paul say* in 1 ('or. 4; T I ri nothing before "befni 1' the Lord comes." I v that theie is tn be a lime in which the saints %  11 the I '1 '• 'I I im-' %  Who 1 qu ilthc wicked .1tlie %  1 : the 111ii ints fifn liei >\ ni Ids who nevei fallen 01 et dun the temptaII 11tliat the s.iiniI, 1 edj Because the SHints h i\e lived upon the earth with the wii 1 and with the same -'in.mndings ami endured the same temptations, they w ill in d< island how lo render a Bj nipntiii'i ic judgment, I H ill tee in 11 ihal the ju Igmenl "f 1 he n ii ked w 1 1 1 he conducted in I in i' in 1 1 hut all tlie 1 ni 11 bi%  ii.'1 f 1 lie universe shaII declare %  rel I nrd 'im! Almighty; just snd true lit) w \thou king uf saints" \'n 1 %  1 ftet rd will complain nf 1 of G< id, 1 im1 11 saints • %  'ill be engaged II Lord in ihe judgment of the u ii ki l. \\ hen 1 he thousand 1 %  l inished an I 1 lie judgment mmi 'I up' n 1 inlast ol the wicked, Jesus and the saints will com* again to the earth; for we II '.-iilm 1 he epistle ol lude, t |tli and v enu s, \nd I imch also the %  •v nth [1 in \ l m, prophesied of saying, Behold the Lord comet h M iii, ten thous md %  f I lis -.1 mi -.' u Inch nui-t be at the latter %  ml ol the Millennium, for the Coining at this end 1 il the .\l ilten mum 1In he with ailRels, as will n l>v residing Matt, 16; 27 and many nihet Is, The 15th I nf |ude tellus for what lie comes, "to ex ute judgment upon all and to c mvines all that Ily nm mg Ibem ol all Iheii im." 11 v deeds which Ihey have ungodly committed, and of all iheit hard speeches winch ungodly tinners have spoken agasnst I Inn". from this text weseethat I le comes to execute judgment, and that upon the ungodly, winch would be the most natural thing since, luring the thousand years, the sentence has been determined. But at the same time that Jesus and the saints came down, so also does the New Jerusalem, as John describes in Revelation 21; 2-3, "Anil I saw the Holy City, New ferusalem, coming down from God out of heaven prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And f heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men and lie will dwell with them, and they shall be His people, and God Himself shall be with them, and be llieir God, Now it is evident tli.it this judgment cannot be executed upon the ungodly until tbey have bad a resurrection. Then it is that the ment of out Savioui is fulfilled when he said in John 5; 29 that "they that have done evil" shall come forth "unto the resurrection of damnation". Also Paul's statement in Acts J | ; lj that the unjust as well as the just shall be I. I inthousand years being finished the wicked dead live again .n plainly taught in Rev. 20; T. They come forth fiom their with the same trend of thought, the same rebellious spirit, and the same" willingness to be deceiv I by Satan, as when they lived so marly yean before. Satan is then unbound. The %  Kt says that at the end of the thousand years he 1* to be loosed for a season. Rev. 20; 3*Tlie Circumstantial 1 ham by which be has b nind during that time is now broken. He has ihe wicked nations before him, on whom to practice his deceptive arts : Rev. 20; 8 tell us that lie goes out to ive tie nations which are on the f.mi quarters of the earth Gog and Magog, lo gather them together to battle, tlie number of whom is as the sand of the sea. Satan makes lie wicked believt he is then God, and that he has raised them from theii graves. He points out to them ihe city of God inside ol which are the saints. He reminds iliein that their own numbers are vastly superior tn the number of saints inside the city and that (Continued on fourth page.) —, 1 I


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Nvillivi- ivddicttis jvimn- in verba matftstri.
Mru>i: bound lo sweur lo the Dogmas if no Master
VOL. X.
\ > -ivi. N. P.. a.vli.v.n..-.. Thursday. October 16. 191}
No. 274
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11 it ihey in i>ii|!
some i i i--- I 'teings IUh w Im
could i! ey judge ? A judg
im,' i Im ve nli i
I lie l.niil n winch In
dtti rmine who i he i ightei >ua
;uiil what
I In-, ia show ii in iIn mg
i m>, M ia Hid
I-. i, .j, i; IO, Ml 11.' .- Intm show
thai tin' I "i.l bring* His r< ward
WJlh I I nil III in! ml I ll'- l I Ji'enle,
which I I" if it I
nni Ii. I'M term n hef ire, wlml
it is Mill in Iv ill. j ; 5, 6 I'.nil
ill 1 hi- wii keiI, >! 'I says
ihnt 1 i'l "w Ii "ii lei e\ man
nding In lut i|iell-''. Si there
must In' judgment p:i ' tin* wicki il 1" deli rmin a hat
punishment is (In- e*Ch, I Ins is
the judgment which engage* the
taints during the Millennium, fur
v\ n' ni 111 1 1 in 6; i-.i "Dare any
.11, h.u inu' a matter against an
other, go lo law before the unjust
Hod no! before the s;i Mils ? I >n ye
not know that thesaintsshall j
the world? And if the world shall
be ju Iged by you, ;ire ye unable lo
e smallest matters. Know
ye not dial we shall judge angels}?
how much more things that pertain
t.i this life." In tins present life the
slints .ire not to judge. Jesus says
"Judge not lest yi be judged"; and
and Paul say* in 1 ('or. 4;
t I ri nothing before
"befni 1' the Lord comes."
I v that theie
is tn be a lime in which the saints
11 the
I '1 ' 'I I im-
-''!. Who 1 qu il-
thc wicked .1- tlie
1 : the 111-
ii ints fifn liei >\ ni Ids who '
nevei fallen 01 et dun the tempta-
II 11- tliat the s.iini- I, 1 edj
Because the SHints h i\e lived
upon the earth with the wii 1
and with the same -'in.mndings
ami endured the same temptations,
they w ill in d< island how lo render
a Bj nipntiii'i ic judgment, I
h ill tee in 11 ihal the ju Igmenl "f
1 he n ii ked w 111 he conducted in
I in i' in 1 1 hut all tlie 1 ni 11 bi-
ii.'- 1 f 1 lie universe shaII declare
,. rel
I nrd 'im! Almighty; just snd true
lit) w \- thou king uf saints"
\'n 1 . 1 ftet rd will com-
plain nf 1 of G< id,
1 im- 1 11 saints 'ill be engaged
II Lord in ihe judgment of
the u ii ki l. \\ hen 1 he thousand
- 1 ' l inished an I 1 lie judgment
mmi 'I up' n 1 in- last ol the
wicked, Jesus and the saints will
com* again to the earth; for we
II '.-iilm 1 he epistle ol lude, t |tli and
. v enu s, \nd I imch also the
-v nth [1 in \ l m, prophesied of
saying, Behold the Lord
comet h M iii, ten thous md f I lis
-.1 mi -.' u Inch nui-t be at the latter
ml ol the Millennium, for the
Coining at this end 1 il the .\l ilten
mum 1- In he with ailRels, as will
.....n l>v residing Matt, 16; 27
and many nihet Is, The 15th
I nf |ude tell- us for what lie
comes, "to ex ute judgment upon
all and to c mvines all that
Ily nm mg Ibem ol all
Iheii im." 11 v deeds which Ihey
have ungodly committed, and of
all iheit hard speeches winch un-
godly tinners have spoken agasnst
I Inn". from this text weseethat
I le comes to execute judgment, and
that upon the ungodly, winch
would be the most natural thing
since, luring the thousand years,
the sentence has been determined.
But at the same time that Jesus
and the saints came down, so also
does the New Jerusalem, as John
describes in Revelation 21; 2-3,
"Anil I saw the Holy City, New
ferusalem, coming down from God
out of heaven prepared as a bride
adorned for her husband. And f
heard a great voice out of heaven
saying, Behold, the tabernacle of
God is with men and lie will dwell
with them, and they shall be His
people, and God Himself shall be
with them, and be llieir God,
Now it is evident tli.it this judg-
ment cannot be executed upon the
ungodly until tbey have bad a
resurrection. Then it is that the
ment of out Savioui is ful-
filled when he said in John 5; 29
that "they that have done evil"
shall come forth "unto the resur-
rection of damnation". Also Paul's
statement in Acts J | ; lj that the
unjust as well as the just shall be
I. I in- thousand years being
finished the wicked dead live again
.n plainly taught in Rev. 20;
t. They come forth fiom their
- with the same trend of
thought, the same rebellious spirit,
and the same" willingness to be
deceiv I by Satan, as when they
lived so marly yean before.
Satan is then unbound. The
Kt says that at the end of the
thousand years he 1* to be loosed
for a season. Rev. 20; 3*Tlie Cir-
cumstantial 1 ham by which be has
, b nind during that time is
now broken. He has ihe wicked
nations before him, on whom to
practice his deceptive arts : Rev.
20; 8 tell us that lie goes out to
ive tie nations which are on
the f.mi quarters of the earth Gog
and Magog, lo gather them toge-
ther to battle, tlie number of whom
is as the sand of the sea. Satan
makes lie wicked believt he is
then God, and that he has raised
them from theii graves. He points
out to them ihe city of God inside
ol which are the saints. He re-
minds iliein that their own numbers
are vastly superior tn the number
of saints inside the city and that
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IT
Zbe tribune
Thursday. October 10 191"*
We are very pleas, d ko Bnd
that our esseemedc ntenporarv
"1 lie Nassau Guardian" has at
last caught the echo r,f the
Music for the people "and is in
""> with us as to the de ira-
"' suitable band stand
11 *'' bean ornament to
public square
That a decent band stand i-
needed there is nota shad.....I
"",l!". the present arrange
ment, was a make shift;
that the Baud Concerts are an
abliahed institution, by all
<"* Id us have a band stand
P xmanenl in chara. i
stantial in construction, i rna
Rental in design and artistic in
an,sn ;|"'I comph le ii.....iMMiil
inent.
T.i id s end du deli
must be given to the selection
and the mistake ol
SSip It ; !u | an j ,. .
p
nd stands must be
concentrate every thing ;
ne substantial handsome I
stand that would be a
tecommunity and a., ,
"t to the best site that n.aN
chosen.
Nol nrily f .,,.,.], .
od band stand desira
" l);""l concerts are fasl be
coming oneof the .....,.
; >ns r>f the city.
During the winter jusl ,
an increasing numb, i ol
n,l',! ; se concerts, and
ring the summ i the pas
; ..11 the .
ded the i | .
"" Kod reas n whv ue 5J1
Place a good lrn,,| ,, .,,, u
ht,y. ll ifl could, stand I
\ nun,;,, f,| ,,,,, i,ijjens ;
imated Hi. ir willing
ributetotheeressan fund,
'' ' to contribute to h C
; "> d "f the funds, and
11 irs I.m me n< r.| oui
! '"! ivith i ivic i)i
,i pr, i
a ;. i :
that
Ii;i" Iwve ihis desirable
"ft i. the" lasic for the
I i i
u' our of the centre
[ '"'' Librar) I ireen for the site
"f' Band stand.
\\ c have been requested to
st.ii, that Services will be held
in the S. D. A. chapel Sunday
evening at seven thirty o'clock
to which all are invited. The
hour will be spent in reviewing
the pamphlet entitled '"Seven
I a\ Adventism, What Is It "
This pamphlet is calculated to
be an attack upon the Adventisl
faith.
J*
The Motor ''France I left
For Miami j. stet la) morning
with the following passengers,
les \delle Mes-
dames Diana BosOeld, I id i
ella Toapmann, Rut mnur,
Minna Ham. Victori Ku
and child ; Messrs I >ai i 11
Mos Vrmbrister, Li ,
Frances F< rgurson, Wi mi |.
I lepburn, Edw in Ii hiw n. I
Simmons, Philemon Rol
J tmes A. Young, Caslev i la
idius Gaiter. ! inci -
Gaiti r. Samui I Wal ce, Zep
mah I lepburn, Fr< fl Rui pr, II
\ Dalton, Erskin I- ram is, H
Daniel Gaiter, Enoch Hanna,
rge Brown, Alb< 11 Ri
Howard Bartlett, it.....? K
II tor Rolle, Adolphous l<
II Rolli Jerrv Rolle.
William Walker, John Rus<
is Martin, Frank Ham
n I lanna,
The following jury was cm-j-vith utter disregard of their
I u tiled.
George F. I Ii: v 11> rd 11.
i ington, I' rederick Newton,
I liomas I Kill, Edward Maura.
L.....i.ml \!.itli.-r. William E.
i iwn danger, and ilso the com-
fort (if others r !' is an occu-
pant of a velm le but would l>e
immeasurably sorry were any
of these i hildn n injured in the
htuntaip, James Maura. James slightest way, and excepl for
i Farnngtom Robert S. Hanna the providence that is said to
'>'< Cab I) (iibson, wati |, ,,Vl.; ijidren .u),\ drunk-
ards, ii is impossible to see how
i:"? en p ,., (l,, escape injury,
are diach irged until i
Le* i- D N< ely, Call b G
Fi ireman,
The .1.....is
I ii. sdaj next Wn< ; '"'" '" '"" '"ding
The......sedwas releaa I un l'1"' B" :.....osl with ,''""1
dei bonds breath until my carriage has
The Court aditiurntd until ia IpoaMd M*. danRei /"i"'' and
jo. a. m. tn morrow .....'''"'' ,U|" ,,ave '"'" l"'n|-
-.l.iv ,..:i, ii.-.,. i,..,- .,,, ously near the limit, but I fear
h lay, i6th (October, i )t$.
I he Cout' met at' 10. joa, m.
ut :
that I shall nol alvvaj s escape.
If it does not happen to me, it
will to smi),.- i ne 11-e, ,ind then
I to I hgh | h av en a dl ascend
I lis Honour I) Tudor I :, K.
C. Chi I Justii I e lion II.:
.. Malcolm Esq. K. C \ tins Pxec'at:ons, oni ;""l
' maledict.....s against '*(
dam while peopli i \ ihev
kill m\ ( hild." Ami theanathe
A. K
I'Im Registrar, I In
hal.
Inform it ion N,. ; llenn
ders, Wounding wil in
'at to disable, to maim to dis-
p, t< d inn
. Ii a in.
Sil iinoii app aredl r the
firsl m
i D is, w ho had
j Saunders and had to he
matizi is either ill not, or,
not look alter theii children.
What is in I" d me i ( i any-
one
In the gloaming, '
brook Lane and Can
i> an,, ion
where the utm< si aar< and i
lane- have lo be exfrrised to
avoid accidents. 11 ere it where
ted in th<-Hospital for three I I'rovidengs watches over the
1 he "Frances E" tin i\ed i
Miami this morning.
j
In I In- Suprenv Court
Wednesday, 15th (tetobei
continued]
I he Court met at 2 30. p. m
Information No 8 was filed l>\
The A- ting Attorney < Jem ral
a linst James Rolle.aliasCushi
Es ;i| e.
I he same wa's c ill< d and on
.: arraigm d the pris >m 1
id Guilty.
The Court s oti in 1 the pri-
, to 18 m.mtlis further im-
prisonment.
Information No, I. U
Johns, n -hop breaking ainl l.,u
Cl I 1 v
: jui. decided that
'hen was no need of further
' I turned a vi rdic-i
of N G ty.
I Court a Ijourm I u
in. I'uesdax ne
1 I'll Ocl ioi :.
I Ti ibuni
Sir.
i j V"n with 1 <-f 1
: us itter, ll e
;l1 it. 11 'ii 111 vi ur
journal may cause an abatement
"I the matter rti| lained of,
1 exists principal*
ly in t t 1 iv-
tl coi dis-
tra t fmm Devi nux 1, .!.,
t. ol small 1 hildrend irlmg
The ai used pleaded (iuiltv, across the street in front of a.id
but said she was no! alone in up l the verj feet nf hoi
the Shopbreaking. which ma> be bet eeu the
I'll-' Court sentenced the pri- shafts of vehicle! in which the
r to a further impris minent occupants arc taking their pli r
of twelve months
Information No. Ill I h nn
Saunders, Wounding R 1
hi. With intent to in 11,11
dishgu''', to ili-ahli. lo d 1
ulilv harm, .\a ail-
ed.
'I he accused on being ai
raigned pleaded Not < iuiltv.
. '"ul ihe diivi'is have thi it
woi k cut out for tin in m endea-
11 ing to pu'vent the < hi dren
n being either killed or in
jun d. I he) seem to be nndei no
traint, and 1 yen m hen they
happen to be with adults it i~
not 1 xercised by them, but the)
ar* allowed to dart to and fro
hildren ol a large growth, chil-
dren wli 1 give their --ease and
judgment inin th ping of
Retail, and and so called)
\\ holesale Liquor Licenses -Mr.
Editor ii is seri >US and sad. Just
thiscasi, hi the Magistrates
C mrt "Sepl 2 I ir inville Symo-
n tie 1 'mill; in sti in I two
I n'.l 2.
Wh I Oh! only for taking a
little to wash 1 lie coal du>t out
of Ins throat, Wages |~ or 5s n
A.i\. Cost of two or three drinks,
; \ 1 weeks wages! I las | e a
e 11 d children ? If v> God
in Ipthem 1 Hi the pit) ol it '
What remedy can we apply 2
I lie masses tire detei ioratin j.
Religious leaching and edu
lion seem to be h i to ele-
vate the masses w ho are follow-
ing the lineof least resistant e.
I'he man who ,s observant, who
studies the in nd of human af-
fairs, who has marked its ebb
and How, cannot hat be impn-ss
d b) the change that has taken
place m this community within
the last fifty years and can he
say for the better ? The clutch
has slipped. What is the cause?
Are we too near to the Southern
State-, nearer than Wt Used to
I).-5
EARNEST ENQUIR1 R.
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THE TRIBUNE
MARRIAGE
Sawders Pbet- At 11.30 a. m.
on Wedne lav, 15th October.
")'.', by 1!, Rev. VV. S. Lovell,
at St. Matthews Church, Isa-
dora Alinte I'eet, third third
daughter of the late Mr. William
Peel and Mrs. Emma I). I'eet.
to Ansel Daniel Saunders.
Mr ;iiul Mis. Saunders embark
ed fur Miami per S.'lir. Admiral
this 1 rhursd.iyi afternoon,
Christ Cljrch, Cathedral.
S. Luke's Eve.
FRILMY. 7 p.m.
Sji mon by
R-ev, C. liudley Lumpen
&l n 1 1 of the Bishop
SUBJECT:
-SCIENCE nd RELIGION.
BY RAD] TELEGRAPH
day. He left an estate of $5,106.
000 in England.
London, I15.Prince Arthur
of Connauht was married to
day in the Chapel Royal at St.
James Palace.
While Kiug < ienr<_;e and
Queen Mary were on their we
tu the weddim,' their carri.i je
was stormed by suffragettes one
of them attempted i<> hurl a
petit ion into the vehicle. She
was quickly hustled away by
the poli
Albany, 15.The Sulzercourt
of impeachment this afternoon
not to amend article four of
the impeachment articles. The
court held this article sufficient
lv broad to cover testimony of
Duncan VV. Peck who
testified
[that Sulzer had advised him to
jcommii perjury before the Kraw-
New Yn, 15th.Closing]ley Committee, if he wereasked
stock quotations were as foj.1 about five hundred <*-
ows Am. C
I inadi
I'ml I'm]; New
)-;
as
l'i'"r 7}\\ B, 'V C.
1 Pa ific 2 21,'; St.
I 'enna 111
York Central
Hamburg, 1 >. The b i!<
th'- Imperati have proved un
satisfactory 1 nd will have d- b
rehmlt in order to reduce coal
consumption and tu increase
speed
I'aris, 15.. [in- American b il<
loon "(ioodyi a:" won the race
br the iordon Bennett Cup,
lit- a mtributed t>
paign
lars WfllCU
Sulzers cani
C Mil.EGRA.MS
Wi it Poiot N. Y., 1 |. -Lieut.
1i in ral Cod ring ton of the R03
al Hi rse (iuaids ol the British
Vim) to day visited the militar)
a< adem) A salute of 15 guns
and a nl\ iew of the
of cadets held in his
was ureii
battalion
honour.
Albany, 14.-The high court
of impeachment which is to
decide the fate of Governor SuL
zer tO-day failed to n a< h a
NTew York, 1 sThe Grosser
Kuerfuersl fjnrrived here today
with 1.(5 survivors from the Vol- verdi.'t.
tuniM, ,-,11 men. Thev tell of the After a session of an hour and
Voltumo calling for boats from a half the cum t unexpectedly ad
fleet of surrounding res ue ships journed until to morrow.
nd getting none until a small -------------
t>"it from the Voltumo coin- London, 14.The stories told
"landed by the second officer l>v the passengers of the steann r
put off from the burning ship Carmima and other liners which
and rea h d the Kuerfuerst. The ] went to the rescue of the burn-
boit however sank when she I ins Voltumo, described heroic
(Hached the Kurluer-lsside, efforts in the face of almost in-
superabl" difficulties to sue tin:
Liverp iol, 15, Seven
killed when Liverpool
tram collided with the
die h 1 express at St.
ion today.
were
boat
Man-
New York, it -.Mrs Clarence
hi kay filed an answer to Mrs
jlakeS milli 'ii dollar alienation
suit. Mis Mackay denies all o|
Irs lU.ikes charges and attri-
butes the suit to unjustifiable
jealousy of the plaintiff.
London, 15.The will of J,
P. Morgan was made public to
passengers and crew of the
doomed ship.
As yet information is Licking
James as lo how the lire originated.
What issues clearly from all the
narratives is that practically all
the lives were sacrificed in at-
tempting to launch the boats
before the arrival of the other
steamers.
Washington, 14. Germany's
decision to despatch a warship
to Mexican waters attraction
wide attention in official circles
here, tonight. No formal com-
ment was made on the incident
but it was apparent that the
Washington government was
not displeased.
latest advices to Washington
are to the effort that the British
Government is deeply concerned
over its recognition of lluerta
and it it is even declared relia
bly that King < ieorge and Queen
Mary have taken a personal in
terest in the situation with a
view to measures that would
support the policy of the United
States.
H
London, 14.After a fierce
struggle the police tonight ar-
rested Sylvia I'ankhurst in the
Last End of London where she
was making a speech. But when
they got her outside the build
ins; the militants attacked the
police so savagely they had to
let her go and she escaped.
Washington, 14. When Mrs.
I'ankhurst arrives this week she!
will be detained at the Ellis Is
land immigration station accord
ing to present plans, until a spe-
'Ml board of inquiry can deter-
mine whether she comes within
theclassof aliensexcluded from
the United Mate-.
-*
Washington, ip -Yellow
fever ai Carmen, and Campeche,
both districts in Mexico, from
which American refugees are
coming tojthe United States, was
reported today to the public
health service.
NOTICE
AVING been appointed
AGENT for MAPES PINE-
APPLE FERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am able to supply
customtrs with same at manu-
facturers price which is $44 per ton
of S bariels ur *S 5. I"'r barrel of
250 lbs. I'. '>. B. New fork.
This Fertilize! can also he ob-
tained through my commission
House in New York, nr direct from
Manufacturers at the same price.
I shall be glad to take any one
desiiiousof seeing the results ob.
tsined from the use "f this Ferti-
lizer to my cultivations in Nassau
which must convinie anyone that
Mapes Fertilizer is the kind best
suiled to our soil for the growing
of pineapples.
WALTER K. MOORE.
THIS is to inform my
and the
NOTICE.
Patrons
Public 111 General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and'am now
j ready to do anything in the line of
Geneial repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huylcr,
4 Bay Street. East I Wharf)
T
NOTICE.
is to notdy the
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Oct. 17.
SPECIAL FEATURES
TOYS of Destiny
IN TWO REELS
BRING Till-. CHILDREN
TO ?ER THE RIVALS
PLAYED BY CHILDREN
FIVE REE I 3 AND
OUR BIG snow is
6d, 'id is,
S
Sch. "Winifred M."
MLS for MIAMI, Fla.
FRIDAY, OCT. i4, 1913
For Passage or Freight
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Wanted
A COMPETENT MAM, to
care for, and drive, a team
of Mules.
J. S. JOHNSON CO.
October fith, 1013.
HIS is to notify the Pobli
that I have appointed Klisl.
A. Roker, of Sandilands Village
to be my Attorney and to act for
me, alorij,' with my wife, during
my absence from the Colonv.
SUTHERLAND ROLLS,
Octobrr 6, 1913.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LKSSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN".
M XNDOL'N and GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired.
Orders taken for Pn
EnttrtainmtHtt.
67 West street.
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I li E -I U I I'. I
HORSE FOR SALE
ndition.
Ap|
II. I RUSSELL.
" I he sh uni
Hay Street City.
I
they are well ab'e to go up
take the Ne\ Jerusalem, v>> lie
marsh ils Ins f.trees. I le i
the head of h
: tnernlf Who li ive f-'ll :n in ilie
|ii-i renounced for their g^neral-
sliip. Thuj lie marches this v.i-t
host across the broken surface 'f
this old world from every direction
and compasses about the camp of
the saints, 'he New Jerusalem
While thus | about the
it iful i m .-, i h >y will be a1 >!
see through its transparent wall*
and Is th isid*
and they thems If tinust out.
Then ii is ih it the L< i
them of all theii wi ke less
ungodliness -
niitted against Him as is i
in Jude 15, And w hi > thej h ive
thoroughly I leen co
have .11 kno adedged thai G
i\ are 1 ight, ill- n 11 is that
lines (In vn from he 1 v 'li I" 1
vours them, isdi ibe I by John
in Rev. 30; <". The 1 M il-
achi speaks ol this 1
"For, Ek
I all lie'
Iced- j
ly shall 1 d ij
th.it rometh n up I
1 the Lord ol lo is, th it 11
sli ill lenve hem
\
.t nl the Apo-tle I'
'l'iv 1 f' "in I
of heaven ami bu I he vvicke I iiliili
Shingles
l ' 1 Mi'. 1 11' .111 5m. Cj i
Shingle : at $9.1 1 pei ihou-
ml nl 20 bundles
I )iso mnts hi li its 1 'I 1 ivef
liingles.
Special Price
also on ilso
Vn. C> I
w
I. would 1 form all who appreciate a G ike that we nnw
l,.,ve on h .i"l an extensive Stock of II W VN \ I IGARS. We
ni......11 ide of Ibe finest Havana and Sumatra
\\ ip| Killers throughout
i run premisi lied woi[
11 in prodiu 1101 quality.
miiv, s- we havi met with iii the pasl entlyl
the 1 1 ui i
|. L -' ' (
1
thousand 0
pi ice made
dies, lins
11 ssible by a t
lai .
i h stock arrivin
C C SAUN1 'I RS'.
u, ".. P..
Se| 1.
also burns this old w 11 i I Un he
- 11 Ins second episi
chapter and lentil
l i\ nf the Lord v li '1
thief hi the night in I 1 the
heavens shall pass 1 vilh a
1 noise, and 11 >)i- sh 1 il
melt with fei ireni he it, earth
.1 l>, : 11*1 c 1 1 he works tll.'ll
in sh ill li" bui 1 !'I up". \ :
twelfth ve se it is furl ion
1 '. "I coking ("I unto
the comi g of tin
wherein the h fire
I I lie '. i; nl ,
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t'l SUIt tl'C
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I tin Hue!- ; -' .1 or I li" 1 in -
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of the late I
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nod w i" ibe
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Jersey City, N. J.
CKAS. E. ALBURY, -
Nassau, N. P.
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