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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Hr 1890
PROF. C. F. WAV.
Will open hln School of Cookery nt 11JJ
0 direct toilnv. See notice eUewhcre,
Madame A. Ruppert
For Removal of all Skin Blemishes.
Mrs. E. C. Rewick, Agent
1411 (t Slieet, Or,
Foreman & Crowe,
114 South nth St,
33 .a. osr ic .
Lincoln, : Nkhkaska.
Capital, - $250,000
Ofilttrt ami Dhtxlors;
Jotm II. Vrllit, l'res. T. K. Sanders, V.-P-
J. II. McGlay, Ounhlor.
A H ltnvinnnil, 11 l' mi. Thou Coohrun K
11 Minor, diss West, V Ii Hholdnn.
Gcncrnl llnnklng Business Transacted.
MOWS' THE TIME
TO PLACE YOUIl ORDER FOR
Where they will receive prompt nttcnlloi
nml skillful workmanship. Cnll on
S. E. MOORE,
and see his line of Fine I'npcr Hanging,
1134 O STREET
Sole Agency for
Tbs StarwiB-Willlains Co.'s Paint.
MRS. DR. EDDY,
Can be Consulted In nil Affairs of l.lfc.
HI Month Twelfth Ht Itnotn I, Xehrunir
ltlook, LINCOLN, NKM.
It ti astonishing with what success Mr. Dr.
Eddy l meeting. Iltir rooms nro nhvujs
crowded. A ureut many business people lire
testing her nullity nt u business nilvlscr nml
own themselves both niystlfletl ami satisfied
with tlio results. Cullon this vuiudcrlul tne
dlum nml boconvlnectl Ity her nilvlco she
guarantees ucccss In business mul nil nflulrs
fllfo. Hend stamp fur Illustrated circular.
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Atchtson, Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Kansas
City, St. LoilU nnd nil Points South,
bait nnd went.
The direct llne to Ft. Scott, Parsons
Wichita, Hutchlnion nnd nil piinclpal
point a In Kansas.
The only road to (he Great Hot Springs
of Arkansas, I'ullmVn heeper nnd Fice
Reclining Chair Car cm nil trains.
J. E.R. MILLAR, R., R, MILLAR,
City Tfpkct Agt .A GcnU Ag:nt
Cor. O and i3th Street.
lBsKHTni t p
IN TIIK MltHAI.Y.
V4PK1 ,l vtnn nnuoiincctl
U Hint Wind Me-
A III. I..., ,.... ....
ifSttlMk.Vv gngnl In writing
n hook on society
looked Cm-wind to
ii ii entertaining
nnd possibly In
ftlnu of tlm clnl
Ufa of Hip guy
Hut Hint lofty iH-rsonnguwho hint been emi
nent In Gotham for J ems for t lm dlunci he
linn given nuit wlinlsfnliicd throughout tlm
length nod liii'iullli of tlui land lis the hern of
tlio"Four ltutidird,"ln "Society An I llnvi
FoiiiiiI It" Is somewhat dlsupptdiitliig. Thu
general render In lint sptclnlly Inteicsled hi
"my father," "my mother," "my futility,"
"my eiilertnluiuoiitH," wlmt "1 mild to John
Vim lluren" nnd wlmt "lrd Cuvoudlsh ic
mm kill to mo," mid the to form the irliK'ixil
pnrt of tlm hook. Coii'-ei ullig society, ttv e
tlio nutlinr linn vety llttln to say,
Written by nuy omi oho tlm honk would lo
vnh'd liii'xprttwlldy dull, McAlllMer lit tlio
hull riKim nnd nrounil tlm fi-stnl IhiiiiiI mny
Ih, nml dnuhtli'Ki U, n hillllniit riioci'm. In
lltointuro li Ir iih mili'li out of hln I'lciiicnt n
vnn Jiimiii Do Hmytliii In "niHduty." I think
I luiV'i luiviM- rend nuylihig ilrrnlliT tliiui tliu
li'Jti-miitN nnd Imtttoioiifl (o ciiIIimI) miiih.iIo1m
Willi which liv mk to cnllvi'ii tlio I'iikck.
lint rno ciiiiinit hutndmlro thu uutliorVnc
curntu conception of hln own nmull nhlllty In
tlm uw) of tlio H.u, Ho Miyn: "Ono who
rcmlH thin tiook thnitiKh will hnvo im rounh u
tnentnl juuiitoy in hln phyidcnl niituiu would
uudtTKu In HilliiK oer n coidiiroyioml In mi
old Rtxgu conch It miiki'M tin pruti'ilom to
either m'holurhlp or elennnt diction," TIiIk,
In n ineimnc, dlni uin ci Itlclou.
When, iMt'imlonnlly, ho vmIIch of wiclety
In gimt'inl, ho is viiy liitirixthiK,iiud It iniint
Ini confoNiil thnt otiu U eutei tnlmsl tit t linen
hy hln own uxpoilcnccn, A foatuto of tho
hiKik In tho colli ctlon or fiic-jlinllo liivltn
tlonn, ciiiiIh, etc.
In I ho opcuhiK clmpter ho icferMtoiulelmto
iK'twcen himself nml hrothvr on tint question,
"Which In the nlr'uifter pnwlon, ljvo or Am.
hlllon." Ho nduiciitcd lovo, tnklng for hi
motto thnt of VcnuH tho Victorious IIIh
hrothi'i'ii motto wim "llcieulru tho InvlncU
hlo." Thi'iiuthor wiyn: "To tliu end of Inn
dnjH thlnhiothcr of mine wiih kuMiiI nnd
Kuvoiucd hy thUovlf-Mimonmlilttoii; it mndu
lilm wlmt ho Ih'Ciiiiic, ii Kient lawyer, tho
Inwycr of tho 1'iiclllc count: hln houat to mo
Ih'Iiik thnt hohndrnviNlnovvntri'iillvon, never
ImvliiR lout n murdcr.cnno. I lot nmhltlou go,
nnd through llfo nnd to tha prenvut inoinent
iwvnr hy my roiIiIchs Vtnus,"
One or hln llrxt npieiiriiiiivn In Now York
nooloty wnn at n funny hall glxon hy Mm.
John 0. Stovoun, at which ho woio u continue
contlng f l,txH)-tlio film of hln wraith nt thnt
I lino, "I lint tend inyhelf It wnn tho hniidsotu
est and I iclut at tho hull'' ho addn. Ho wan
nt thin thuo living with nu mint whoso cntnto
lui iXMct.nl to Inhoilt, and in hln odd mo
ilontN ktudled lllackhtoiie. Attvrnnrdn he
wont to Havniiniih, tloorghiwlioiohin family
I-mIiIciI and hero" wliilu 1 wiih dnuchig and
icelthu; pootry to huitlful women, my
hrothorwiiH inplilly iiinkuig money In S in
Finuclw)," In l&V) tlio fnmlly umiioviiI to
tlio liilterplnce wheio Wnul U-cnnit'ii mit
ner with hix father and hiotl.cr In a very
miceoMiful legnl llriu;tho young nmndovothig
hlmnolf mnluly to funntlng and vntrrtnmliig
rich clli'iitH. ilo it'turiietl to tho cunt in 1NVJ,
Ho liought a farm near Nowhji t mid ho di
vldcil hli thuo hotnevu thl plnco nnd tho
nictr. polls. Aliout thin thuo ho vUlted
Kuropo, whoio ho lenrmxl for tho Unit thuo
"Wlmt n good dinner wiih." Of Newport in
thono enrly dnyH ho miym "1'ho chiiim of tho
plnco then was tho Hhuplo wny of entertain
ing; tliuio wore no Inrgo hulls; nil tho dune
lug nnd dining wnn dono hy dny light, nnd in
tho country. I did not hcsltuto to ask thu
very ciyme iff In errme of Now York society
to lunch and dine nt my farm, or to n Huhlng
party on the lockn. My llttlo fnini dinners
gnhieilHuch n reputation thnt my Irlends
would my to mo: 'Now, romember, lonvo
uto out of your ceremouloiu dinner iu you
ehoone, hut nlu)B lucludo mo iu thono given
nt your farm, or I'll never forglvo you' "
Of Now York forty yenm ngo ho wrlteii:
"Thero wore two Indies wlio were nUlllfo!
lemleri nnd who ability and nielul power
mo insnioimiiio world ncknowlwlged. They
gvo thu hnudnoinent bnlU nnd dlnnern given
in tho city, nml hnd nt them nil of tho bill-
I ant people of that jwilod. 'ilietr MipjH'rs
given oy old reter van Dyke, woiofnmoun,
Thesa wero the dny when Innno Ilrowu. tax-
ton of Orneo church, wan in hln lino, n treat
character. Ills memory wnn something re
markable. Ho know all nnd everything
about everybody, know nlwayn every oiio'h
uwhlenee, woh good-iiutuic itself and cracked
bin Jokes and had a good word for overy one
who paused into tho twill room. You would
near him fo ore remarking upon men us
ihey panels 'Old family, good old ktoek,' or
hoV a now man; he hud better mind hlsp's
and i'h or 1 will trip him up. Oh, bole's a
fellow who intends to dnncu his way Into so
ciety. Hero comes n linudnoino boy; tho
women are crmy about lilm." Tho author
does not ozpUlu as fully as ho should have
dono, tho unique portion held hy Isaao
ilrowu iu tho soclnl realm of New Yoiknt
.his period, ilo was ono of the bent known
I Kill chuiucteia of tho time; but he Isdls
iiilhM'd with u wonl, Ills power to create or
itestroy, socially, it only hinted ut.
An entertaining description of tho ball
given to the l'i iuco or Wnkvj in Now Y'ork in
IbOO Is glveu. Gov, and Mr. Morgan, linn
croft, tho historian, Col, nnd Mrs. Abraham
Van lluien the Dukuof Newcastle, and John
Jacob Astor, wero among tho prominent peo
ple present on that occasion. "Tlio I'rince a
young and remarkably handsome in tin with
oluo eyes and lUht Imir, a in Ml agreeable
couuteuniice and a grucious manner, danced
.villi flints run, .uis .Mason, Mts Feuulo tiui
ler,aiidolhein,uiid danced well, I followed him
withtt falrpuitner doing all I could to en
.urge the dancing circle."
One's mouth toiiiellmes waters at the des
criptions of iheto lunious cotillion uiunerk nt
Delmonleo's at Irom 1U to fM a ulate. Mo
Alllster receied tho tollowlng anonymous
lines the iiioi mug alter one of the largest of
Tnero ne'or wu seen so fulr n slitht
As at Ueliiioulco's last ulglit,
Wheu feathers, (lowers, Hums and lace
Adorned ouch lovely form and race;
A Burden of nil thorns bereft
Tho outslao world behind them loft.
They sat Iu order us If "ilurko"
nad sent a insssuy-e by his clerk
And by whoso niuulo word I this
All conjured up? Tho helKhth of bliss
1 Is ho who now before j oil looms
The Autocrat ofDrnwlntf Itooms.
In the latter halfof tho hook tl.er.iHi-.. hdhiu
ivadablo chapters on "Entering Society,"
, E"trta nlng." "Champagne, nnd other
Wines ""Dinners," "Ual.s," "An Era of Ex
travagance," The last chapter Is devoted to the more re
cent event, in New York and Woshlnaton
J wlM.V VAfe AjMyX
"Kociety Ah II Hnvo Found It" In publlnhcd
hy Cnmell Now Yoik.
linn Kind to see thnt. tlm impending ntar of
I'rnnk It, Hlo'klon'H literary fame hn at
tallied that altitude which Amrrlcau wiltns
are wont to counliler the seventh heaven.
Ileglnnliig with ktorlen for chlldleu In SV,
AVnioftM, hn miiilo hln way Into tho (VnMirj,
nml now In tho November munber of thu
Allniillii Mnnllilfi, confcHxcdly the uhloot
llteinry iuiikuxIiio in thu world, hi) given nt
tho oM'iilng chupU'rn of a now serlnl ntory en
titled "The limine of. Mm tlm." It Ih.Ih Mr
HtiM'ktnn'H peculiar whlmlcnl,fiintnnth stylo,
iinilndinirerHcf "Tlm llntidiedth Mnn," ''Tho
dinting Away of Mrs, lAek.n nnd Mrs. Ale
shlnv""A Tale of Ngntivo (liMV(ty,"eU,
will Hnd iv no iv delight hi "Tho llouno of
Maithn " Hurelyeviiy nudurof tholfitiitie
will give up IiIh plnco around tli lea tnblo
with Dr. llolmin with gemilim regret. Tim
"Dletatoi"' who fcr so umuy moiillui has.
clwitted with UM "Oiet the Tea Cups" bJdn Uh
iu I leu Iu thin Iwuui hi u dvl'ghtfully coottiLou
tlul pupcr. W hope, howevut', thnt tliotu
turn mny luring iw nuiuv of I hi mo uveulng
calls, of which Im hints. Horn other luter
othig f cut u I en of IhiauviKiiziuouiei "Along
IhoFioutlerof lWeicVs lleabn'Miy lUllth M.
Tlsuiuan; "Tho Legend or II Hum Tell" hy
W. I), Mcfrtickeu; "lloherl Morris" by
Fiank tlnyloid CNik;"Tho Foiuth Cnutii if
tho Inferno" by J, J. Clmpumit; "Mnrjlnuil
Women and French Olllceii." hy Kate Mason
llowland; "HeUef of Hultoin In Fcdcinl
Courts" hy W. II. Hill; "Tho Futoof u Ju
uncsy lleforuiei" hy I'eiclvnl lAwell,etc.
AUONU TIIK HAUA7.UNKH,
The Century mtiguziuo for November
mnrkntho iK'gliinlng of the foity-llrst vol.
nine. Not the lenst iuteresllng of thoartlcIvH
In the cm tent number Is the description of
tlm "I'rliitlug of tlmCentuiy," hy Theoiloro
L. Do Vitino or the Do Vhitio prcs. Tho
most unto woithy nrtlelen nro: "An Aineil
eun In Tibet," hy W. W. Uockhlll;
"Life nt the White Hon o Iu tho Time or Lin
coln,' by John liny; "l.ou, Art nml Time,'
"The Inntiuctlonlof Kt. Como ami Ht, Du
mlnii," '-Faily VletuilM of Uo Anieiicuu
Navy," etc. etc,
Mr. 0. Wood I)nvinillncusHliii;"Tlio I'robn
hllltlos of Agrleiilturo" In tlm Novomlier
r'oiiiiii, miikoH thu prediction thnt In a few
years wo shall luiKiit food Into tho United
Htntcx, and In tho same number Dnvld It
(loodloo taken n Homowlml dlHcournglug view
of tho condition of tho western furmer. Other
nrllelen of interest In tho Novemltei''oruiu
nre: "Democracy mid Wwilth" by Fraucin
A. Walker; "Tho Hhlbboleth of FublioOplu
Ion" by W. H. Lilly: "Tolstoi nnd the Kreut
tor Honatn" by Dr. U. A. llnitol; "TlmHIx
Now Htntih" by Henntor H. M. Culloin; "Foi
nmtlvo Inllueiieen" hy Hev. Dr. Kdward
Kggleston; "French Cnunila mid thu Domin
ion" hy W. lllnckburii Harto, etc
iVn'fcnrr'a Mityutine, nlmiys remarkablo
for its tyKigrnihteal beauty, ipiito out iIoch
itself In the cm lent isstm, Thu illuntratioiiH
nruthollnist of (lie month. The llterm y
features mo aho up to tho usual stnudard ( f
excellence. I'eihupi, tho inoit IntoiTHtlui;
niticlo forNehrnnkaiiHiHtheHketch "Through
tho llrnud Canon of Colorado" by Itobeit
III ow ster , Stanton, which hy tho way, lsory
ImiK Homely Illustrated. 1'iofoKor N, 8.
Hhnlrr, Iu the concluding paper, on "Nntuie
mid Man iu Amerlci" piinentH soino now
thoughtH nnd gives im not u llttlo aluablo
lufoimatlon. HeibortWard tolls "Tho Talo
of a Tm k of Ivory," Aubrey DoVeio and
Imigo Denno couti ihutn two sonuelN to (Tuiih
Inul Newman, Aichlhnld Lnmpmnu illncusses
"Llfo nnd Nntuie," Frank French do
scrllieH umunlnaly, "A Dny with a Country
Doctor," "Jeriy" Is continued, and theionro
other articles us follows: "Tho Training of
it Nurse," "With Ynnkeo Cousins iu French
Harbors," "Inllrocellnlde," "Fugitives," etc.
Tlio November Jfiifotfne of Amrvlcnn
History in rich in material reminding ono
Hint tho events of our dnyn hno n dcllutto
uudorstmrlhig with tho events ofthoimst,
and nlso with tlioso before us, beyond our own
horUon. Tho eloiiuent divine, Hev. Chnrln
H, l'lirkhmst, D. I) rantrihutes tho opening
chapter "Dlvlno Dilft In Hiinmn History.'
Tlio best portrait ever published of Dr. l'nrk
hu i st forms tlm frontispiece to thin number.
Tho second nrtlclo, "American Outgrowths
of Continental Europe," by the Editor, cov
ers a broad Held of scholnrly inquiry; It Is
bnsed upon tho Nnnntlvo nnd Critical Ills
toiy of America, and If handsomely lltus
trated. It is followed by General Wlnlleld
Scott's "Heinwly for Iut(iileiaucu," fioin
Hon. Chnrles Aldrlch; "Die I'm Hunt lllrth
rlght." by Nathan M. Hawkes; and "The Ac
tion nt Tarry town, 1781." Ono of tho longest
piipei sin the number Is that of Dr. Prosper
Hinder, the third iu Ids instinctive seilesof
"The French-Cunniliiiu Peasantry." Tho
"Library or it Philadelphia Antliiuarlnn." bv
K. Powell Iluckloy, will lie iierused w Ith in
terest hy nil scholars; "ltevolutlon Now
burgh" is an ndmirnble hlstoi ic xiem hy Hev.
Kdwiinl J. Hunk, A. M., n glimpse, of the
"Literature of California" Islroin the wrlt
Iiiks of Huliert Howe Hnncroft; and dlversi
Hed Information agreeably proeutisl iu the
several department completes a notable
With the November issuo the .4 mid com
pletes tho second volume ' The new Iloitou
review, which ha from tho start been wilted
with maikod ability, is now llrinly establish
ml nnd is entitled to it pluceon tho snnio sliolf
with tho North Amrrlcim Iteriew and the
Forum, Unlike Its contemporaries the
Areno has dUtluctlvu literary features, nnd
IU articles nro Invariably selected with spec
ial leferuuco to thu questions or tho hour. I
m very glad to lie able to record the well
deserved succom or tho .trrmi. Among tho
lending feature of the current number may
bo mentioned: "Tho Future American
Drama" by the lute Dion Ilouclcnult; "Sex in
Mind," by Itov, Cyrus A. Cartol; "Tho Haco
Question" by Prof. N. 8. Slmler; "A Gloncc
at the Good old Times" by Hev M.J SavoRo;
"Tourgonlef" by Nnthen Haskell Dole; "Fid
dling IIU Way Into Fame," etc. A feature
of the number Is tho symposium on "Desti
tution In Boston."
Tho November Outtnu presents n I Ich nnd
varied table of contents, pnrticulnrly Inter-
omihk io I nose iu tout Ii w It h outilior snorts.
and I might add hero that this opulnr inaRn-
.iiieiinsuone mucn io stimulate Interest In
every Mini or .puitnud out of door lecnu
lion n uoiauie service to tho country at
large, ny lite way. The curient iuioiImt in
eludes, among others, the following ai tides:
"Sniping on the Bouth Bide of I-n.ur l-l,i "
by It. 1. Ilrarher; "Turtllng in Floildn," by
J. M. Murphy: "California on Horseback"
by Chnrloi Howard Slilnn; "The Hoyal Can-
aiuan ocnt uiub of Toronto," by F O
Draper; "The Chamiilon of th FUi-m,,
Season," by 0. 11. II.;"The Natural Ounnl of
Minnesota," by Lieut. E. F. Glenn; "Hancho
doMuerto" (continuation) hy Cupt. Chailes
ino or. iAut Mumuinii for Knviil.r
contains entertaining articles on Aiteo Life,
byljiura P. Partner; health nud hygene,
metnphyi.es, etc., and tho usual ileiiartments
are well filled with carefully selected -.railing
'tlie-7enuNs.jfri Mayazine for Novem
her, is replete with articles tmrtlculailv in.
toresting to the ladles. Mabel Jemmss eon.
the Collides Do Montnlicll dlnciin.es "SfK'Inl
Etlipictto" nml ICuto Kniiiruiaii writes of
"Women mid tho l'lnstlo Alt." Tlieio nro
other subjects- written nbout ns follows:
"Tapestry," "Two Thnnksglvlngs," "The
Giving of Thnnkn,""l)pK'iHlllgnnd Mttle,'
"HeiU of Temper," "Teinpeniiuo Iu Food,"
"Fashion mid Fancy," eto.
The ComnoimtttiiH for November has a
ninnlier of entoi tnlnlng feiitmi-,. Arthur
HIiiii Ixjiiiih! tljiniy has hn lustriintivo mtlulo
on "The Army of Jlipan;" Chnrles U. Waddle
dlsciinten tho "Aliioilcnn Aimitciir Htnce;"
Mnry Cnldwell MoutKiimecv writes of "For
Hlstoi ien mid Fashions;" George Grantham
IliUu eonllmiiin "Tlm Kxeciitloii UepiintmeiiU
of tho Govornmeiiti" lloyesen mill Slali-olin
Johnson I'outilhuto Hot on and many other
liitci'i'Htlugmtlcli'N nro ilNcursiil hy eminent
w rltei s,
MIsh Johnston's lulr eiiiirliuu In hi'iid
quiii tvrs for Hung Cutting. Cu'llug siul
HlmiusMiliig, New fushliiu plntxs showing
latest desluru In collflUes. hauus, el. Ckll
niul see tlio lii'W styleH,
You will want u nuw lint sonunnd T. M II
toiiU'igerof the new lkmlou Clothlu Hoiis
KCII) O street wants to Ml It tuyou. HU lino
embraces everything new mid nobby iu hotu
still nud soft lints.
An delimit Itumaiiiiio tiroof etclilnu. nice
ly framed, only l nt CiuncolV, Ul'i South
Ijulles should visit Miss Johnslou's hair,
empiM iuiu. Her new lino of hair oriiameuts
nu new all In and In thu stock U u hen ut I rut
lino or genuine shell ornament both curved
mid pin In, cut sUel, and others or nold.
Thcu) goods must be seen to I hi upprtclntod.
11. P Sherwtu, 1 11! I O stiret, Imsn primout
for ovei y ouo or Ins customeis thnt cunuot
full to he uppi ecluUil. Ho will give to ovi y
customer a tlno crnyou plctuiu inndn from
any photo that Is defied unci It will not cost,
you it cent. Call in at IiUiIiiik mid shoo
sloio hiiiI seo how it Is dono. ll'it O stust.
A prominent ptiyslclau nud old army sur
geou In enstern Iown, wnscnllisl uwity fiom
homo for a few da s; durlUK his ulisenco ono
of tho children contriietiil it seveio cold nnd
his wife bought a Isittlo of Chambei Iain's
Gough Honicdy for it. They wero so much
pleased with tho remedy that they afterw arils
ii-kmI soveial bottles nt various times. Ho
said, from his t-xH-ileuco with It, bo regards
it ni tho most lelliible picpnrntio'i In use for
colds mid th it It canto the iientiwt lieiug it
sm.tIIc of nuy imsllclno ho hnduvo' seen.
For s nlo hy A. L. Slmdcr.
The Lincoln Steam laundry having re
cently changed bunds and undergone tunny
imp) ovemeuts Is now lietter than ever pre-pmt-d
to execute work In the very licit man
ner, promptly and ut Kpulni- prices, Mr.
A. W . Day the new pioprictor bus adopted it
new and Improved pioccm for washing nud
handling garments, hy which no hleach'ng
or Injurious materials uro used: tho 11 nest
fabrics such as silks, lact-s, llouucin. tlnuneU
or cotton goods are lauudrled In Hot class
manner, without the least damage. One tria
will convince the most skeptical that tho Liu
co'n Steam Liuudry does tho Huest work iu
the city. All goods called for mid delivered.
Mil 1 1 lit; Hooks liy Huliserlptloii.
11m method of selling books hy subscription
tins many udvnutagen over any other, and it
dully growing iu huortunco and popularity.
Ily this method the attention of tho pmvhascr
Is called to valuable books of which ho might
lemafu in entire Igunranco if they weio sold
In any other wny. Ills tho most direct nud
ultogethei'lho mist ecoiioiiifcof wny to buy
liooks. Hooks piirclniMxl nt it retail book
store have generally passed through tho
hands ot from two to four middlemen, each
of whom mu.it hnvo it prollt.
The Jtlreraide JHibliahing Co., M Louix,
Mo., olfers prolltablo employincnt to all who
wish to eugngo In tho business. Experience
is not iiocessnry, but nny lndy or geiitlemnn
with Intelligence and Industry can mnke a
success of tlio worth.
Their publications nro first class, just such
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