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For ho truth-fill ho looked mid tin
1. kiw the younjj elf look-in out of your yo, At 'twi'io out of tho door of M
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rt Honks 11111I 31ii;iiliu'n.
'.r fi-ir." ZuU'ii luk'ht mill mot ox
(!llsitt! C'lTUtloil, ' 1.9 Ill'Ve," NIJ'H thu l'li
corri's)()ii(lcMt to tlio "New Yoik World,"
wlifi'li, with tin purity of Its rnlijocl ami the
lefliicinmit of its treatment in mire to jineit'y
nil intiiiljei'H of tlio aeailemy, anil to make
thu "man of Metlun" an "Immortal," U in
every IiiiihI in Paris, and U enjoying an en
ormous sale. As a narrative of innocent
love of a pare young girl, "I.o Hovo" has no
Miperior in any liiiiKiiage. It U '.oh' best
liK)k, ami cannot tail to excite the highest
ailmirntiou of the thoiwimU who will lead
it. A compli'te and uualiriilgeil tniuslation
of "I.o Ityvo" hai liou'n 111 1'lu from the
French liy Ueorgu 1). Cox, l'i , ami In puh
lisheil liy T. H. lVtei-hou A: Hi others, I'liila
ilelpliia, at the unprecedented low prL'o of
'Jo cents n copy, anil ii for Mile everywhere,
or copies will lie sent, per ni'iil, prepaiil, to
anyone, to any place, on remitting price to
I'tniHir.i fur Tlwuyhts, from the writing-,
ofl'mity" (Mrs. (J. It. Allien). Compiled
anil arranged with an appropriate text I'm'
each day by (irao Livingston, author of "A
Chautauqua Idyl." Price 7 cents, l'cihaps
no one woman In this country has done more
by her writings to help cheer, ennoble and
purify the world than Mrs A Men. They
are ho practical, so real, m) full of the every
day life, in Its struggles and temptations, its
Joys and sorrows, For with the ciux ami
worry and tioul.le thre Is always shown "a
way oat," and "1'amy's" hop-tul, curliest
words are like a tro:i,- arm rculicdtlowu in
time of need.
To thousands of H'ople, both young and
old, her hooki have 1kcii an inspiration, ami
In many n home her 11 mm is a household
This volume, compiled iiiulur "I'a.i V own
eye, will prove a treasure to ull Mich. The
exquisite cover with its goldvli pilMi's ) lltly
symbolical of the contents, mid tlir liool; will
make a charming gift b-K)k for all tunes.
"Thu Klin of thedoMen Hiver," or, The
Dlai'k llrothcrs, by John Kiiskiu, is an ulle
gorlcal story in a hilht and witty eiu liy
tliis master of urtiatio prose It lias to do
with tlio lortmics ami niistnrtunes ol thnu
hrntheris who u-side la Treasure Valley. Two
of them are cruel and mom-e men, tho third
is a hoi t of male Cinderella, the ill 11 Ige ot his
brothers. The inhospitably of the oldei
hrothiTh arouses thu wrath of ".South Wist
Wind, Ksi. ' who ile.sortithe rh h valley atuv
dchtioymg oerj thing This is the mulif of
the story, which like the liver it tells about,
is carried along, no by htrong eiirrehts, ami
inn in 1 1.1 gentle liree.e, ton Mitlstaetury end
lag. The stor.v , like all of the famous au
thor books, is charmmgl.v vviitteu, and
llnely illustratwl with wood cut picture b
In lmkrs .Wiodsim' for Novemb.r, HI
ward ilairigau, the noted actor and play
wright, tells the wcielB of ".Makllig-up' tho
face for the Mime. The 111 tide is lully illus
stateil, among the plctuies being a lull length
K)ilralt of Uariigau tu Waddy tioogan,
ski t lied from life. Nellie Talbot Kiukeaj
tells a delightful story 11 summer's lllrtn
tion, "In Lighter Vein." "Mr. I'ipniu's
I'riiii-f," by I'M u 11 I'd Wlllctt, is an nmuslug
skit, as are ".luplter Zens, Hm.," by Win.
II. Hlvller, "The lliy Choir," bv C. S'.llood,
and "Tho Old Story," liy X. mas Dane.
"Ill-other Long L"gs," is an Interesting de
scription, by H. K. Archer, of that comical
tellow, tho siidvr monkey, illustrated. A.
W. Holla vv has a iw:i ci'.led "An Epic cure,"
containing twenty-five puns. "A Secret of
the Sea," is an absorbing narrative by S.
Ada Fisher. I .mini C Hollovvny contributes
a timely article on "Pressed Leaves ami
lirasses " Kellu.i Doluro, the actress, hoiiiIh a
story, "Perfectly Shocking," ami it is a good
one. "Quacks is a collection of humor that
Is alone worth the price of the magaiu',
which is ten cents a copy or one dollar a
year. Drake Publishing Co , Now Yoik.
"The Last of the lliiggorinuggers," a (Hunt
Story by Christopher I'eaiso Crunch, well
known as a poet an 1 essayist ; tells of John
(.'aide's adventures in 11 queer country where
lived Mr. and Mrs. Iluggcriuugger, the last
of a giant race doomed to extinction by the
iliscloiure of a secret. John Cubic, better
known ns little Jacky, goes to sea. is shi,)
wrecked, and with several companions is
thrown tiou an Muti.l where trees ami shells
arc of gigantic propoitloas. I or Mrs. Hug
germugger fades away b 'cause the seciet has
lieen dis.'lositl by a Jealous dwarf, ami Mr.
Hiiggeriuugger, conrng to Am 'rleu to join
Mr, H.irmi'i'.. dies at st-n. The storv Is lull 1 f
strange adventures, quaint conceits and odd
situations. It is in a modern yle after the
curious (iullivei's Travels, and l very Inter
esting rending. The illustrations are numer
"Koblioltozo," a seq-.irl to "The Laist of thu
Kuggeriuuggei-s." narrates tho further ad-,
ventures of Little Jacky 011 th Island of the
Iliiggerimiggers, with t Ik attempt of the en
vioiudwaif, Ko'.ib ilto.o, to till th. place i.f
theih'tuuct giant who.e dixtruetiim lie had
i'aiiv.'d by disclosing the secret of his trans
formation Iromsmill beginning to giant
hood. The dwarfs wife 111 turn lielra.Vk h.s
secret, and soon the whole e .nny are lms:ly
searching for sliull-ilsh which are sap,i i.l to
have growing prop.-i'tiiH. Hero cim- s in the
moral of th Crunch stones: tlrstth' jelou,
envy of th" dwarf caiin's dlsistor to the goo 1
giant ami his wife; tlcn tlio mm roll lor shell
llsli causal the heretofore i-mtcnto I colony of
dwarfs to desert their usual avo'atiou and
turn to ouster hunting. Hene uugle-t lo -lows,
and a b.i I statu of so-i-cy l.litl.i.l.i -ky
and his frlon 1 Nal.i 1111 cane- in I lino toi he !;
this inoibid iK'sire- to grow into gcint st itii",
an I to restore a b 'tter st itc or 111 ii-altty. The
1 o iks are very inteiv, ting an 1 lluoly illus
Is woith a column of ibetoiie, said an Amer-ir-nu
statesman. It is a fact, established by
the icstimouy of thousands ot people, that
HiMsl's Sarsapaiilla d.x's 1 are scrofula, salt
1 Ileum, and other ills, uses or allei turns nris
lug Horn impure state or low condition ot the
blood. It also oveieomes Unit tiltsl leehng,
ci elites a good apH-llte, and givis stleligtll
toeveiy puit of t lie sj stem. Try It.
The worst (future about catarih is its dun
genius tendency to con.umptlon. lbiiMl's
Saisaparllla cures catarih b.v purifying the
C'ouks for ladies, niise and childivn, all
styles and prices. Ashbv .V Millspaugh.
Tlio DitcIvimI Couobuion.
A Family Coachman, who vvnt Driving tho
Master and Mlstross on hli fliit trip, shaved
tho wheels olf of two I'rlvato Carriages, rtil
hetl a Grocer's horso, ami crowded bev end
Vehicles to tho Curbstone to Kscnpo him. Ho
was about t) run over a l'olack with 10,000
feet dt Lumber on his back when a Policeman
Arrested him for Heokless Driving, and tho
.Master observed that it Hcrvisl him right.
"Hut it Is your i'aultl" Protested tho
"Why, i havo not Raid a Wonl."
"That Is truo, but you failisl to Inform m
ni wostartcsl out that you did not own tho
Whole Earth, and 1 havo been Driving Ac
It Is a Sloan Trick to Decelvo a Coachman
in that Manner. Detroit I'Yeo 1'res.s.
Took Illm 11 Iinu While.
"I must havo a talk with this Oeorgo to
night," Raid tho old man, "and seo if bo
"Oh, don't, 1!" pleaded Grade. "It will
Kill mo if you do."
"Tut, tut," ho icturntd; "hasn't ho Iwn
coming hero a year and never jirorxvuyl yet J"
"That's true, pa," sho replieil; "but glvo
him n littlo mora timo. You know George
stutters so." Now York Sun.
Iutrrrttlng lo Srleiitltts.
Miss Hunker Hill Do )ou havo much In
dian Miminer lu Colorado)
Ma J. Wester Yes, wo havo a great deal
more Indian summer than J ou do here in tho
"I wonder why that Is soP
"Hecauso wo havo got mora Indians, I
reckon." Texas SlftingR.
I'll! llIC llblK'?.
m- J -HL. A-.J K .-.-3i2-
jf'u Mr jf-r m
Madge (MipiKuf 1 to lio iiise.u-.-hcf loaid)
Can I i,'t rooms hcie?
len:iy (laudladj) Is thut liild join's
Jenny-I'm Mjrry, tint wo don't toko chil
ill en here. Life.
WhiM'o Tbey Aliuiinil,
CJ. (Jhooly, tho new Persian miuUter at
ashuigton, s:iya tho women of thu country
me tho most beautiful in the world. Ho
must havo visited Nurnstowu 111 uy. Nur
A Cln-rliv .Nurse.
Nurse Can't I put baby in the crib,
Mother No; dogglo s:itlio ciib. Walt
till doggio has had Ills nap. Hoitou Courier.
Take Turkish at 10UIO .t.vet.
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