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He Will Bot Drown Himself.
(from tic Tr y. it. Y., Time.)
n. W. Edwnrdr. of LanslnRburgh. van
prostrated by sunstroke during the war
and It hasitntalled on him peculiar and
serious consequences. At present writ
ing Mr. E. Is a prominent officer of Post
Lyon, a. A. K., Cohocs. and a past ald-de-camp
on the staff of the commander-in-chief
of Albany Co. In an Interview
with a reporter, he said-
"I was wounded and Fent to the hos
pital at Winchester. They pent me to
gether with others to Washington a
ride of about 100 miles. Having no room
In the box cars we were placed face up
on the bottom of Ilat cars. The sun beat
down upon our unprotected heads,
when I reached Washington I was In
sensible and was unconscious for ten
days while In the hospital. An abscess
gathered In my ear and broke; It has
been gathering and breaking ever since.
The result of this 100 mile ride and sun
stroke, was, heart disease, nervous pros
tration, insomnia and rheumatism; a
completely shattered system which gave
me no rest night or day. As a lost re
sort I took some Pl?k PIJU and they
helped me to a wonderful degree. My
rheumatism is gone, my heart failure,
dyspepsia, and constipation are about
,!.- ituu me aDsceaa in my ear n.n
stopped discharging and my head fetW
CIO AlaftM nmm a. . tl a j .
. I.. no u, uu wnen Dei ore u ieii as
thoughlt would burst and my once shat
tered nervous system Is now nearly
Bound. Look at those fingers," Mr. Ed
wards said, "do they look as It there
was any rheumatism there?" He moved
his fingers rapidly and freely and strode
about the room like a young boy. "A
year ago those fingers were gnarled at
the Joints and so stilt that I could not
hold a pen. My knees wonld swell up
and t could not straighten my leg out.
My Joints would squeak when I moved.
"I cannot begin to tell you," said
Mr. Edwards, as he drew a long
breath, "what my feeling Is at pres
. I think If yoa lifted ten years
right off my life and left me prime
and vigorous at forty-seven I could
feel no better. I was an old man
and could only drag -myself painfully
about the house. Now I can walk off
without any trouble. That In Itself."
continued Mr. Edwards, ""would be suffi
cient to r1yt me cans forTejolclng, but
when you come to consider that I nro no
longer what you might call nervous and
that my heart' Is upparently nearly
healthy snd that 1 can sleep nights you
may realize wlri I -may appear to speak
In extravagant praise of pink Pills.
These pills quldt my -nerves, take that
awrul pressureAfrom my head and at
the same time Jnrich my blood. There
seemed to he nl circulation In my lower
limbs a year auf, my legs being cold and
clammy at tlipJg. Now the circulation
there Is as fulj'ana as brisk as at any
othvr part of Uy body. I used to be so
llght-heuded aid dizzy from my nervous
disorder thaOT frequently fell while
CTOBSlnir lhr aVir tit mv Virtue, Cn.lni.
Is coming ai( J.I never felt better In my
life, -and X an inklngiorward to a busy
w,i.Tmii ill wivi
"Thishs about tho time of tho rear."
said MrsC Watts to her neighbor, "that
tli fishing fever strikes mv husband.
i get out'on tho banks of some
i catch two or three little mud
c coursfi'fif an nfternnnn hn'ia
ne .is fond of flRliinr thnn9"
htl Of flshltlD-? Whv. thnt. mnn Ik
a -6 Meet anfflomaniac." Texas Sift-
- r, - .--., . . ,. . . . .
Jwi'L "" ""''"'-"" rf is,
I i;uucnto-Ym:r -Daughters.
At ihls season of the year parents
have to decide upon and select the edu
cational Institution which their daugh
ters are to attend for the coming years.
Irl this connection we desire to call at
tention to the educational announce
ment tn our advertising columns of the
iVcademy of the Sacred Heart. St. Jo
Iseph, Mo. Their buildings and grounds
Jaro nttrnf!tlv lnivillrv v,o!tv,c.i iv.
- Ing In all branches thorough, and terms
reasonaoie. Barents foitunate to select
this school -Tor the education and train
ing or their daughters will, we are sure,
he fully satisfied. Next session opens
Sept. 3, 3S95. iFor 'further Information
address Mother Superior. Academy of
the .Sacred Jlcart. St. .Joseph, Mo.
Why." .asked the philosopher, "why
is it that a ann. tho moblest created
object wiry lis it thut .u man should
have such doubtsof his ability to win a
woman's affection when ho considers
the Mieeess inithut line of a pop-cved,
pudding-shaped, pretael-tailed 'pug
liut the assembled listeners answer
ed him not. Toledo Made.
ronoeptlouof -.the grandeur and mucnifi
oenue of tho Yellovvbtone National Park.
Nowhere .else aire there such imperii views;
such .an .abundance .of finnr pome: buch
myriads of .wild fowl; such delightful catnp-ins-ptaces
t uch perfect woathor.
Here aro -everJastinr springs: terraco
baidinff lotmtolns of Hcalding water, un
canny poos of steaming clay; tremendous
SevK-r; iniahtycataracth; profound can
yons, pruuoral forests; nnd Kurpnhsiuz
al. e he m qtriot lovolineu-a limpid moun
tain laleoi broad ox anse and picture&quo
lauty,of vhich tho word, perhaps, does
not contain the counterpart.
A t-uUstantia! reductlou bns recently
lcn made In the coot of reaching the 1 ari
as well an in the tour through it. Full in
ionnatioiiin our pamphlet. Kend for a
copy. J. Fiancis. U. P. &T- A. hurhhgtou
Koutc, Omaha, Jfob.
FaidiloimUekcandal trarels farter than
the t aauon-l all ex ress.
A runaway match aluuye causes many lo
Vurn with linlUnallnu.
Wo desire to direct your attention to the
GuM Coast of Alalama. Our motto: "Jf
?ou anticiintea thauje in location or tor
nviytuient, whvnot net the lettJ Wo have
it," and in order to verify our t.tatineut
we are makittT extrome'y low rate, to
liomeheel.or8 and Invetton. that they may
make a personal Invohtiiatlon For tar
tit uiars and iow ral road rates address Uhe
anion Laud Co , Motile, A.a , or Jlajor T.
B. ParUon, Northwetorn Ateut, Omaha,
Often novelK written with an object are
the most objectionable of all.
Milliard tabe, hecoud-lmuJ, for tn'.b
cheap. Apply to or addreos, if. C. Akiv,
n Ml R. Ktb Bt., Omaha, Neb.
. Harper's Rnnntl Table for July icth
contains an article on "Hawthorne and
Ills Hooks." in the rks entitled
"Htorlts of American Literature" by
Henrietta Christian Wright. "How
Jack Locke tt won his r-purs" in the .
same Usue, is a btor.v of adventure iu
hevolutionarv days, by G. T. lerris.
Other noteworthy featuresof this num
ber of the Hound Table nit? tho criul
hy Kirk .Munroe and Ellen Uouglas
Jlmnd and the arti.'lo by Joint Den
, Too many dio with the espc'taMon ol
continuing the strl o In the nest wor d.
I glass of fashion.
nEFLECTlONS OF THE LATEST
STYLES FOR WOMEN.
Tho Little Skull Cap n Xcir Idea In
Millinery The Sailor Hat Don't
Scrimp ou Sleovoj Coitumo for the
new In millinery Is
a little skull cap of
Marie Stuart shape
and of lace net
stiffened at the edge
with Jeweled wire.
This covers but
does not hide the
hair, and serves as
tho wee lift of lace,
a foundation fnr
flowers, knot of ribbon, and Jeweled
buckle that compose the correct colf
Ture confection. Really the hat of the
moment Is to the head what frosting
Is to the cake." An equally fanciful bit
of hcadwear and one that also re
minds of tho pastry cook's art Is shown
here, it consists of n quantity of ruf
fles of spangled laco set on a wlro
frame and garnished with loops of
straw braid. The tie strings are of
nnk velvet and two pink roses show at
either side of tht front.
The craze for draping and uhrouding
materials with chiffon increases. A
wardrobe Is hardly complete without at
least one gown of black skirt and bodice
In some fanciful shade of silk or satin,
thickly covered with black chiffon. A
folded belt and collar of undraped sat
in completes the harmony. The drap
ing Is often carried to such an extent
as to make the new gowns seem layer-
In JunclrTc Smwr Qr is sdT -.X'
It? Jiiry she sweeter?
jd Autpistwitf) its tropic beaf
B!ifmalC(s hM rhapiiKi
. - September sbes a poelis. dream,
hm every nKWlrT irsodolK
umfo one the morelo sing
ai ., , ... J- . . r
un.wncre juouia peine wonder, say
Tdaf ll tn" wve atoufber?
And lfi"at where once slit holds her stfay
TiFcrj F.,. -tri...u..i T3-
Tne World londslocaressfstr!
And she'slfe Queen of gmmmtr novf,
Ik SommepCirl Cod H&s her!
like. First there is the foundation of
silk, over which Is closely fitted a layer
of perforated satin In some contrasting
color. Then comes a draping of plait
ed or fluted chiffon, and a final layer
of straps, Insertions, or bands of rib
bon, set so closely that they Join edges
at the waist and spread apart above
to show all the under layers. It must
take the lady's maid a long time to
peel down to the human core of all
The New GIotcs.
The newest gloves being shown are
some four-button chevrettes in black,
with white, heliotrope, gold or red
points, and welts and pearl buttons to
match. They are also to be made In
tan shades, trimmed brown. The pique
sewn chevrettes in beaver, black and
other colors, with braid points, are also
gloves to be recommended, and very
smart to the hand are the black kid
gloves with white and cqlored pointings.
They are very decorative in appearance,
buttoning with colored pearls, and the
kid Is soft nnd strong, promising com
fort and durability. In suedes there is
a "Mervellle" quality, twelve-button
length mousquetalre, In tan, whiti
pink, cream and other shades, and a
"Leonle" glove, a four-button French
suede, with two-row silk braid points, Is
beautifully shaped and becoming to the
hand. For summer wear the Milanese
silk gloves will be found very cool and
comfortable, and, above all, are durable,
the material forming the tips to the fin
gers and thumbs being trebly woven
and offering the greatest resistance to
wear. This Is a great feature and ren
ders the glovo specially economical.
A Painty Veil Cae.
A pretty veil case can be made-af tho
crepe tissue paper which has sprung
into such popularity during the last few
years. First a foundation Is prepared
like an orSlnary book cover of card
board, the back having a flexible hinge,
so It will open and shut easily, made of
stiff paper or cloth and covered with
silk. The whole case is lined with the
same pale-hued silk with an Interlining,
of cotton wadding sprinkled with sachet
powder and then the outside is covered
with stripes of the crepe paper about
three-quarters of an Inch wide Inter
laced through small brass curtain rings.
If one docs not mind the trouble these
rings may be buttonholed with knitting
silk to match the Hnirg of the case, the
paper bslng o Bmt prettily contrarting
&" But matft&lW charm ffmtA&ii(M& lHHllEV7'v'MLtfr m&z&m
& &m Ju wsmCmm if Frail y5fofa-&
iMmf ja f ivwvji"js K'iBiiJw9$m cHBtJtSrwSIHSBHBBIWPWBE:
For the Tennis Cllrl.
As the sun grows warmer and tho
green leaves get larger nnd darker, tho
chief Object In life is to be able to get
out and enjoy tho beauties of nature
and the feminine fancy turns, not light
ly, but yearningly, to the outing suit
that stands for so many boating trips
and mountain clambering. The outing
dress 1b to be the feature of this sea-
son's wardrobe, nnd thero are number
less materials of which It can be made.
White Is preferred to colors for the
dresses, as Indeed for nearly everything
that is worn this summer. White duck
suits are still worn, though they are
yielding ground to the new piques.
Pipues come In many tints, red, pale
blue, green, pink nnd light gray being
the most common. Whlto pique suits
with embroidery collnrs and a strip of
Insertion down each side of the blazer
Jacket are worn In place of the white
duck of similar make. For common
wear a dark pique is very serviceable,
because It does not soil eo easily and Is
cool. Pique ranges In price from 35
and 40 cents a yard to $1.25. The latter
variety has embroidered dots and is en
tirely new. For tennis suits there Is
nothing prettier than twilled flannel.
It comes In light tints, cream grounds,
with five black stripes and other colors.
The tennis suit here shown has a plain
cream flannel skirt, with two brands of
blue braid and a blue-and-whlte striped
blazer Jacket. The Latest In Chicago
Don't Scrimp on Sleeves.
Kconomlzlng on sleeves Is hardly
wise at present and a womaa may safe
ly spend most of her money on hand
some brocado velvet or satin for great
sleeves that reach only ta the elbow.
Then she may strive to eave money on
the rest of the gown. If her pink gown
cannot be matched with a pink fan
let her try a fan of some pretty shade
of lav...aer. By gas light the lavender
will bo a pleasing contrast. If there be
trouble In matching a yellow gown
with velvet of the same shade for the
sleeves possibly pink will answer If the
dress is to be worn with artificial light.
fin inn tilnt. mnv lia tncln tn An .....
at night as a match for green. These
hints may be applied to the dress of
the accompanying Illustration, If need
le, but as presented here it Is all epjo
vffi isiiHiCiiHAfet nW mWMl I w I fjWiTflffiil
Jr bbbiKL 4W lmiislf'EfllisVlaWS7ran . tWJ
5b- tifShBg b j ralliiSP'isi
, MHnHHiamiv' wv.f3 . jys... wwl .ii -t--
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nil span and entirely free from de
vices gf trickery. Its material Is roso
plnk'sllk broended with Ivory and gold.
The skirt forms very wide plnlls at
tho sides and In back Is laid In orgnn
pipe folds thnt extend Into n short
train. The waist of Ivory whlto chif
fon hnB n fitted lining of pink silk nnd
bretcllcs of Ivory satin embroidered
with gold and amethyst sunbursts. Ro
settes, pointed belt, nnd bell sleeve
nro of amethyst mirror velvet.
English Walking lints.
Tho market is flooded with English
walking hats, but, alas, they are all
of them made In so scanty size that tho
former characteristic of tho English
hat the fit low down on tho headIs
impossible, and so It Is that tho avci
age purchaser doesn't "look right," for
all tho hat she wears seems In tho hand
the right shape. Tho only security
that the hat will bo right and convey
the suggestion of English correctness la
In a purchase that necessitates con
siderable outlay. Since n largo sum
put Into a hat of this kind provides
natty headwear for a couple of sea
sons, what else could one geJL. outsldo
of tho merry sailor, that would wear
ns well, and with' so stylish effect, for
The Bitllor Itnt.
That samo sailor Is still the wear for
the million, whether It bo tho million
dollar or the million-mob. Let It bo
noticed thnt tho extremely pronounced
styles nro not In favor. Tho avcrago
crown, the averngo brim, nnd the In
conspicuous band nro tho general ns
well no tho best wear. The wonder
of the sailor, and tho secret of Its sus
tained popularity, is that It takes ele
gance of effect or tho revers from Us
wearer, and from the rest of her at
tire. So It Is that tho expensive hat
that the girl wears will seem tho crown
ing touch of a faultless rig, while tho
same hat on another will seem to bo
only "ono of those vulgar sailors."
Plaid crepons ore novel, and come In
beautiful combination colors.
A shirt-waist of whlto wash silk Is a
useful and stylish garment for any
The newest style of fan Is exceedingly
small and dainty.
Some muslin gowns have fichus to
match, which are worn as a sort of man
t)e. Bow-knots seem to have a new leaso
of life In chatelaine pins.
Double berthas of pink embroidery
are effective on girl's white nainsook
Novel nightgowns have crush collars
of open embroidery, through which rib
bon Is drawn nnd tied.
A number of soft grny shndes nre no
ticed In tho new assortment of printed
and brocaded silks, while old roso
shades are also prominent.
Some of tho odd combinations In
vogue this season are lavender and
very faint green, blue and yellow, green
anu pmic, corn color and old rose, Nllo
and wisteria pink.
Yokes made of Dresden ribbons, cut
In star shape, tho points outlined with
frills of lace, with English eyelet holes
and a deep net top, are new and pretty.
Delicate women select even fnr n..
mer wear fine sheer wool gowns In pref
erence to those of cotton, and If the ma
terial Is all wool and ever so light, it can
be cleaned over and over, and appear as
dainty and fresh asthe prettiest of cot
ton gows before washing.
Stock collars and loose-hanging plas
trons of heavy white satin ribbon, en
tirely covered with gold spangles, are
stylish for trimming tho blouse waists
of dark blue crepon gowns.
Light gloves, In all shades of gray,
delicate tan, and mode, are shown; and
heavy white-button kid will be correct
with either reception or street wear.
White lasts better than does any oth-r
kid, and cleanses indefinitely, while
black gloves are never worn, except
with black costumes.
It Is rumored that parted hair is not to
be the fashion much longer, and that
the nomnadour roll will ho -.nn..i.
With the hair brushed back in tM- r.K-
ion. It Is to be arranged in tho shape of
a figure eight, quite high at the back of
the head, and the, Tsyche knot, which
hna been with us long enough to be
come modified Into quite a graceful ar
rangement, will have to go.
A recent sufferer says he does not be
lieve any great deed wa ev.r ,...-.-
Pjlehed by a men with a cold in his bead. J
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Kcport
A Fesllng Fellna's Sorrow,
Cincinnati Tribune: A ptithotla cat
-lory comes from one of tho down
river subcrbs. Llttlo Pcarlio Kelcli,
tho daughter of Mr. Knos Kcleli, has a
largo pet cat which has slept for many
months in a basket by her. A weak
ago tho child was taken by her mother
to Nobrnbkn. They left In tho morn
ing before tho cat was up, nnd Pearl's
llttlo night gown was left In a whlto
heap on tho Moor. When tho cat ilr&t
missed tho child it went to tho llttlo
gown and laid Itself down thero nnd
lias refused to leavo It, savo nt short
Intervals, ever since. The.-othev mem
bers of tho family havo not had tho
heart to tako tho garment awny from
the dlsconsolato pot.
Skinny Sufferers Saved,
Tobacco use. s no a rule arc away tolcnv nor
mal wcluht liecauso tobacco destroys digestion
nnd causes nerve Irritation that sais brain pow
cr and vitality . You can sot n quick, Ruarantcod
relict by tho use or No To-ltac, and then tr you
don't llko your freedom and Improved physical
condition jou ran learn tho uso or tobacco oxer
again, Jut llko the IliM time No-To-ltau hold
under guarantee to cure by Drttiraists every
where, llcok tree. Address Sterling Hctnedy
Co., New York Ulty or Chicago.
A Frogrefsltfl l'rlnceis.
Mra Weldon, tho wlfo of Mr. Frank
Weldon of tho editorial stniT of tho At
lanta Constitution, is in correspondence
with tho princess Nnzlc of Cairo. Ecvnt.
with a vlow to becurlngr an exhibit of
tho work of tho women of Egypt In tho
woman's exhibit nt tlio Cotton Ktntcs
nnd International exposition. Tho
Princess Nnzlo, thought a Mot em, has
abandoned tho veil nnd enjoys more
freedom than tnost Mohammedan
women. Sho Is regarded as tho most
enlightened and progressive woman in
Egypt nnd has many friends nnd cor
respondents In Amsricn.
Whether on pleasure bent, or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup
of Figs, ns It acts most pleasantly and
efTecjually on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
nnd other forms of sickness. For sale
In 50o and SI bottles by "nil tho lending
drugglstB. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Byrup Co., only.
Catherine II. wns a hnndsome, woman
In early life, but dissipation and vice
soon destroyed every trace of her good
looks;, sho became very fleshy and
coarse In appearance.
Thero is no htird'o too high for tho
woman with fashlonablo aspirations.
The day Is always too short for tho man
who loves hlff work.
CONDUCTOK E. D. LOOM1S. Dclrolt.Mtcli..
nays: Tho effect of Hall's Catarrh Cure is
wonderrul." Write him about it. Sold by
The Soudan given the world most of tho
ostrich feathers worn.
Wo think I'Iko'b Cure for Consumption
is the only modicino for Coughs. Jennie
Pinckahi), Bprlngilold, 111., Oct. 1, 1801.
Tho Lcoward islands are now exporting
largo quantities oi preserved iruit juico.
"Kanaon'a Mario Corn Salve."
Warranted to iui or money refunded. Alf yoar
urutuui lur lb i-nce l Mill.
The more the church mixes with the
world the Icbr it can do to save sinners
Attention of tho render is called to
the announcement of Notre Dame Uni
versity In another column of this paper.
This noted Institution of learning en
ters upon its fifty-second year with the
next session, commencing Sept, 3, 1893.
Parents and guardians contemplating
sending their boys and young men
away from homo to school would do
well to write for particulars to the Uni
versity of Notre Dame, Indiana, before
making arrangements for their cducn
tlon elsewhere. Nowhere in this brond
land nre there to be found better facil
ities for cultivating the mind and heart
than are offered at Notre Dame Uni
versity. Many a girl who takes "tho first man who
offers" lives to repent the act.
Old Rip Van Winkle went up Into the
Catsldll mountains to take n little nap of
twenty years or so, and when he wakened,
he found that the "cruel war was ceer,'1
the monthly magazines had "fought it
over" tbe second time and "blown, up"
all the officers that had participated in It.
This much is history, and it is also on his
torical fad that, it took the same length of
time, for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery to become the most celebrated, as
it is the most effective, Liver, Blood and
I.ungr Kemcdy of the age. In purifying the
blood and in all manner of pimples,
blotches, eruptions, and other skin and
scalp diseases, scrofulous sores and swell.
iugB, and kindred ailments, the "Golden
Medical Discovery" manifests the most
positive curative properties.
. TeTT?aJssSSlfl "sWT
The P. Lorillard Company
has been for many years the largest manufacturer of
. f V
TODacco in tne world
ssrisal BsV8aW assV
and the reason why will be as clear to you as the
It Was All lie Could Do.
Wnshlugton Stnr: "Mr. Lively," said
tho managing editor, "we'd Ilka to
havo you draw something comic.1'
"Without making reference to tho
"Or tho bicycle."
Tho artist turned away in silent dc
jectlon. In a few minute ho returned,
and laid a sheet of paper on the desk.
"Havo you done It so soon?"
"It didn't tako mo long to do all I
could under tho clrcurastancca"
WBat la It?"
"l'vo drawn np tay resignation."
Mak Toar Own Bitters!
Ob receipt of CO cents In U. 8. stamps, I
will seed to any address on packsgoBte
ketee's Dry Bitters. Oae package makes
on gallon hcqf tonia known. Cures stom
ach, kidney diseases, and is a great appe
titf r and blood purifier. Just the medicine
needed for spring and summer. 26a at
your drag store. Address Geo. Q. Stk
kxtxb, Grand Iiaplds. Mich.
Tho duchess of Marlborough had very
mnrked features thnt Indicated, in no
smnll degree, that strength of character
which made her n power In English poll-tlon
Aerve Jteatorer. &oKIUiftftTtlieflrtilnyijm.
WarvplouicurcR. Treatlna and 2 trial Uottlu free t
Ooldcn DnyB advises, If at tho side ot
a sloping road on a muddy dny, pcdnl
only with the foot on the gutter side.
It prevents side slip.
WINTER W1IKAT, 80 HUSIIIXS 1'KK
Did you ever hear of that? Well thero
are thousands of farmers who think
they will reach this yield with Salzer'd
new hardy Hod Cross Wheat. Itye CO
bushels per acrel Crimson Clover at'
S3.60 per bushel. Lots nnd lots of grass
nnd clover for full seeding. Cut this out
nnd send to John A, Salzer Seed co
da Crosse', Wis., for fall catalogue nnd
sample of ahovo wheat free. (W.N.U.)
Tho Bermudas export enormous quanti
ties of onions and lily bulbs.
If the Ilaby la Cutting Teeth.
Be tore ndui thnt old and well-tried remedy, Mas.
WixiLOTi ' Sootuiiia Binur for Children Teething-.
When love, hna tho power it will nl
The more one ueee Pnrker'e Ctnirer Tonlo
the mora In saod qualities Hro ravelled In dleielllmf
culda, ludltfcttlun, palm and ovary kind ol noaku St.
Greece hns 400,000 women over 2
ycnrB of nge.
Walking would often be u plenenrft
were, it nut for tbeco ns. Thote xu ire (tally re
luoviKl w Ith lllndercorni. 11a. at druggltta.
A now bonnet has been known to woakon
frletiiljhip I otwecn women.
AGflDEIWy OF THE SflGRED HEART
Ihe roaneot Instruction In thl Academyondurted
Jiy Hie lttlltclomof the Barred Heart, embrace the
-whole rane of mbjecti nereoary toconitltoteatolll
and retired educaUon. l'ropi lotjr of deportment, per.
tonal round and the principle ot morality are ob
jtct of umevlne attention. EitemlTe around af
ford the pupllf erery faellltr for uterul bodl'yejer.
cImi Ihelr health lianobje-t of oomtant tolkltude,
nl In Mokne.i they are attended with maternal car.
alt teim opens Tuenday, Sept. 81, For further par
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Academy Mncrrd Ilcnrt, Nt. Joseph, Mo.
uhiversItY ofiTotre "dameT
THE FIFTY-SECOND YEAR WILL OPEN
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