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THE HAND IN MINE,
A little linml within my own
More precious 'lis tliiin silver, gems
O darling little lutn.l. tlmt clings
0 loving, trustful eves tlmt
You look to me for all that love
"Will It ok to me 5 lotiir as both
1 feel my emit unfit :k-mi
Tor the UisV.
More patience, I.on!. more gent tones
More love wltii ulileh to te.ieli them
LtsS fuith In my own fctrenjrtli. much more
More courar fuith s.r.l hope to point
Thut nuira'v ioal ami -trait, which le.ito
ipLr Nanman ilii'Mrmi " Kinn .1: 1-M
'jt. "7 ltview. S rne-ol Sonir.Mit-tiotinry,
'Icmpontiite, or other l. bsoii tciectel ly
CONQUERING AND TO CONQUER.
Dr. P.irlluJrtH Aiisitrr to tlir Charge
Tlmt c;iif l-lianlty Ih Ilnllnlni; n l.r
''llnl Tfiiilc lfr l)i'-pitiitti t: liiiiTfl.
The article in the Xorth Aiivritn
Jteviuiv ' Dr. C il. Tarkhurst, in an
swer to the (jiie-tiou: "Is '"iiriblianity
(leelininp? ' i-.a clear refutation of tho-c
who allinii tiiat it is, and sit excellent
tonic for de-,pondinp lelieers. dic
heartenetl y a too ready credence of
the fnlbo a-seilion. The .vritcr sliowv
that aii' ti-ik-:on of -i:ob decline is
tinfoiinded, and i- exjilieable on three
jrrounds. The avidity ol newspaners in
coUeclni'' and pivinp the larpe-l iirom-
inence to crim-s. thus makinp the im-
pre.s-ion that -ocicty is lieeouuup more
and more comipt, and that C iristiaiu-
. ., ' .
ly is a lailurc; meaper aetjtiainLince
with the moral condit.ou of society l'.f-
tv, or a hundred, or a ilioti-aud. ears
apo: and an elevated moral sentiment
that lakes olleiisc at what in times jast j
has beeji :iecu:it('i a tolerable or .
ecn unexceptionable. A illuslratinp i
iheioss inleinperanee that prevailed J
in New Knpland two centuries apo, it
is recorded that, at the .funeral of the
pa-tor of a church at Ipswich Mass.,
, me ba-rcl of wine and twWc.der were
consumed by the mounier.s. and that
mtemperaiite anionp tniiiislers, 1jl,'ri
:uid deacons was common. "It is
p.,iL of the hi-tory of Ihe old churcli at
Andoer that the chief caiisi-a of d'.sei-
ldine for !'. years were fornication and
.- ... .r... ...: it
liuukeimes.'' The rare occurrence of
either of the-e crimes ill eliuicli circles
at the prc-eiil tune indicates a vast ad
auee in tlie morality of the peojile.
Ur. I'ark'itirst gives the bdlow.ug sta
tistics of.the increase in the number of
eaiigeli'-al churches uud conimuni
cant.s Ironi lso-i to lSO:
in the je.ir is)) there were in the
I'nited States :t.U.".l e angelical
chuiciies- in 1S.0, i::,07J; in 170, 70,-
llS;ai..linl.s.s(.'.7,'u a gainof ;J7,(i(i
in the de- tide between '70 and .SO. In
ISitil tlu'i'i. wi't-i !tit I OIK) fiiiMiiil?iie:tnf '
In IS.r.o -.'." iiiiO- in 170 i;.;7:l.0ll0:
;,. issio inocr.ooo fif.-r.nro. ilur'.ii-r
-- , ' '-,- - s.- via f -.--...
all t lit-: time there was an immense in- !
awl aver. Tii Churrii i ii.ii.w. ami iiouti ot ue philanthropic inst tutions is tin- can- "rt- r-"-l,K;i ouiiun-. aioaov, 'um- natural temperature of the -ea-on lia-
Moi" ;:i.itrims-iioic. , l . ,. ' ' , iiifr camel's-hair a::d veiling are used. i-nlv lk--n ('enommated "a -uu-ret"(rd
. . . ., ihnavian I einprrance Sartors Home in ... ,. . , , , , , ,. . inn. LKtn '' ,,,n -"" '" MW
International Sunday-School Lessons. e don t me-a if von hae no -aife, T n, . ' t . tl ,, .;.,,.. I ne -un.mf-r .l o: o a iiu-3 wuo 0f ti,t. weather, the ditlerent juab: e-.
...... .... ..... Si ..: London, and o e of the 7iio,t interest- nrc (n(.l,ne I to emloito nt are made nni, ,.n,,,r, ,,.llm., .,v-iniv of hJ .,...
JiUU. Ifi Tlic I'ronhet of the '"l1 va.il " win-, u;. .-u...... .wk ,.,.,;,. K:ft,oKki. ,.f tlu. ,..... n-..l.l ... :. l :..... I ."i t.',l ;.t. ----.--p. i, . , -
Lorrt . . .1 Kinne-i4C , ilfl-rii With -(-.lioil- lint his Hut " r l """"-' -' wu-i a iiw.ju.h-v. ... ;; u .... .-.. v.-cool. c(.ld ami ln,-ezinir weaiiier;
Auv ;-l.lijiih at lloivt. I kiiuiVj: l-li , . "" , , " ' .....' ", , be tkit of it.-, iamoti- foundre-.s. Agiws pros pram nbU.n an inch wide t tchetl aul lht. t,.uuri. f the butter. Wmp
-.-Irt :TK',;;s.::t.,,.',th ' MX - - dn X ;i ' ' ir Ul-r-trom. i m lerneath the edpr of the -.Ik. aNo an m,u.x of lhl. fo K, t,mMlJlUNl hv
h ,3-Ti.e.4,.,,!,m u LVo,uI-K.,, 4:iiOT.i8al,ome- ,)"n l hl l m l a , i f t M1I ornhan tvben .,it.. , .n.m.r The front, of the p dona -e ar.. title I by the ,w.. from LT.t- '.-eint lllcklh!::,
riva-i- in population, bul the iner.vise , "' wunoui tinceiianiiv kiki na me
k in church inei.ibersh.p i. good deal bU-.-ing of a well grounded full r.s-ur-moiv
than k.pt pare with thai of the i :iJ",'' ' will be po-.-e-sed of mi much
popnbition. Taking the whole country that he can not tell it if he will. The
ihrou-'h. tliertJ w.u, in 1n) on- evan- I bilimte grace that is g.veii him is not
geheal communicant to every I II: in- I " bee.xpic-sed m linile words; i not.
habitant-; in is.0. one to -every (ii in '"leed. to he formulated in his own
lSi. cue to every:.;; and in Kso. one j thouphLs. In looking, therefore, at
toeverv ... In lsi.'i only live of the Mlin-lians of the better kind let us not
M.idents were ehtiivh menibys. conclude that the.v have set out before
is-lii. L'n per eeuL of the students of all llu public in the.r dcclaratons and
American colleges were professing
'hristians; in lfv0, .S per cent.; m
ISC.:., lo per cent.; in lhSU. out of l'J,
0(..". students in sixty-live colleges. .
OS, or a little more than half, were
professors of religion. It is by such
..step", as tlioe that the religion of .Jesus
Christ is attempting to die out of the re
spect and atlection of the American
people! So far from Christianity le
ttrayuigthc first symptoms of ex'haustiou,
lheri has.beeii no time since the .Jordan
baptism of .Jesus when it has 'moved
with such gigantic strides, oroul forth
n'llbit.s s vigorous and herculean, as
during the years of our own century,
when the disciples of Voltaire and Taine
have been most agile in their production
Kver since Christianity began its ene
miiis havts prophesied its speedy-extinction.
iThey have repeatedly declared it
to Iw moribund, and fixed innumerable
bvgoac dates for its linal demise Vol
taire said. " Ibdorc the beginning of the
nineteenth century Christianity' will
luua disappeared from the earth;'" yet
it (dill Mirvives. ami the room in Which
Vol tui re. uttered these words ba-since
beeai used as a Mbk repo-itory. Ut is
to Ihj .expected thai men who regard
Christ .-.as an .impostor, and His CJoapcl
as a .eunningly-devis.I fable, will .pre
dict iv failure: but it dievcrs still liml
eiicoucnging evidenc' of its progress
and thicU triumph. Ta them the diviiu
origin of Christianity i- a sure guaranty
that il will accocuplisJi its tni-sioR. -It
is hatxlh- thinks ble that the work .of
human redemption, orsiained of (Jod,
inaugurakl by .the gift of His ciily
begotten ijoti. ar.I contintally cnlisJing
the energii-s of t.mnipota.nce. cau x-(tr
.come to naught- IJeeausc Christ is .di
.rine. He must .conquer. His victarj'
was the ciiiet thenif of prphecy beforr'
His birth: "Ib .-hall not fa.1 nor be di
.rouraged till sHc have set j.idgment :
ins earth, and tho lr'dos shAll wait lor
Hi. law." -The (lorcmmunt shall I
upon His shouliVors. ai.d unto Him shall i
the.gathennr of -the ntople bt." "Ves.
all kings shall &:11 down Knotv Him;
all nations hali serve Him;"' Christ
Him-iMf ttromiseil tlmt this sVonM lx ". - w .-. ..-.,. ...-s. ...a j,. .-..a. .v .... v........ .. ...v -"- owu ongs, or arranges :or me i.enorm-
Ihe re .1 1 of 'Hi? re dniit?onri wor I ,lte J wa"nt-a3- P'i- - !lP-:l rthk' oalh " of :l wo Tnch speciillv auls
And fllH -wjjtb 1" lw .ttfa!- To tnJliriii ,t such " That N Will Hur on.-said one cf her voice. An artist who U her wav
-tiui.t. a lot iiutu iipitom ine c.tr.n. rf visltfiee. to oresuio-e one's . th chi hlren: : "he tends Ki a s:.lon. ,.,L ;.... ..,,- .... t t..
-sviu tirtw au men unto 3k. ;. , -f .' . . i ii i i . J.- ."-. . .uu.i..t, uu-ni: i.-.iu
The irorress of tho Gcpel nmises $"& -IWL vol to loose a imI he is drunk. the greater parr of his to take up what is wantet. .y concert
tho inltallntent of the pvowicit , "f21'1 rolax.tlloi:. tluc grr-atness tin. I vouM be a.-liamed to hate managers or by the fancv c' the public
x:... ..-... i. i A, J .- ": v. Iietiier ivliievetl rv mm jQr.wamau - such a brotlier. ..:... n,t vi.. ...T.- .f.i.- ...
x-:...o ... A. .'.:.;. v.Jie:or:viiuyt-tt ry mm jorAvatnan - such a bruUicr. s tin. ,nnMni s,i.., ,.. ,,u. ,
rwth VlcliptS f?1?-, -- -f ll4 tLat r. little allthT slnndnrf -S or on injurj to tho cl.., It aKo ,v
Ssandtl. tho IhvK" whir!, the ' ?n niu -v and Jild herself. In a fcut thc important nev one? V, they are a wt amount of labor in daily tiirn njr.
manly ctiline-. the odds vvtnv a-ainst l -.ni.ty alcie liall n.ake.ear lew minute her playmates lafcl her. i prodnced: for. tliouzh abr- mav'verv rubb.nj: and prva:a!r M keep tht-Mir-
it most of the world was in liwiien 1 the vto&- 1-.xtfci.15.. and limited Let They aD..n fuund htt fikv never have the oArtunitv ol fcce from dmaffandcrackin?. and frnni
aarkne--. "Cjtrist droted like a hot,.- TtT- T weeping and robbing as if hr heart ; sm&as thent. on the other iud one of danscr of Hit- and o. -ticsinjr to the
w;,,fn,,t ;nto .l-n n irnlvPa rtod fir The wivf nd families of rib P.-n. I woidd Lreak. She jefusetl to tell the herbest chances of beeo-fn"- known helve. and it a.motent rely orcrconies
'' a time it seemed uncertain whether the
nnjjel would traKsform the wolf, or tlie
wolf destroy the lamb.' With us the
question is 'practically settled; for we
:?ee Him who "conrtVli from Edom. with
J dved garments from i'ozrah, gloriou in
llis apparel, travelin; in the preatness
of llis strength' from victory to vic
tory: His dominion e.ta-nding "from
sea" to sa, and from the rivers to the
ends ot the earth." Christianity pre
vails in all the leading nations of the
earth. The few heathen countries that
are left are largely under the influence
of Christinn civilization. Old prejudices
m Are yielding and new doors are open-
Ws BT aJ a-- -aw s-ai -a- a a -a. a. a avaa.aa a a. . - --. . v a. -aa- ay a . -,. a - . --- . m --.. -
ing to the Gospel every day. Mission
ary enterpri-e is extending it evert -vvher.;.
and lielp'nir to iiiauurtf tic
utiivoal rei,rn of Christ, when ill "the
licalheu shrill 1 e giion to II. in for his
inherit-tnee, :nid the uttenno-t p.srt-j of
the earMi for II '.s pries-'on.
The peifect adaptation of the (iopel
to the wants of a'l cl:ts of nnnk iitl
is a fciire pledge of its triumph. Nothing
els-! can ratr-Iy the re t'es.-. arlu?ig.
longing human heart, give ofleetu.il
sohtce in sorrow, and immortal hop; in
death. So long as man rfna'ns a .-inning.
sulTenisj;, heavy -1 :dcn being: so
long as tin re is weeping in his home
and anguish in his 1 eart. 'hat Go-pel
which tell h'ni the tale of inlinite j ty.
and b'ds him :e.t on the bo-om of in
finite love, can never 1om its h trm for
li!.s .-otil or its jwer in lie world.
A". II. Christian Adci ate.
DCNT BE A EOARDER.
boarditsir hous". hen von jro to
church, if you are a ( hri-t:ati join il
llecome a iiicmb'-r of the f.muly. As-miiii-c
your -!xare of the buider-S, work, J
'irtv in.! iflnrv C 1 1 i - liMi-.-lici nrr ln-
in tur:i"l into earavan,:irie-. .vhere tlie
r-'iious meal and spiritual lodpinj; aro
furiitshe I foi to mauv "bits We are
a'llie'e with moratory church board-
ers iiey lodpe awhile in ne church,
and i.'fii ulii-iiH new c tlerer appears
i in another pulpit, or ti.e; -t a tride
di.s-ati-.Hed with tiielr mvn. they fo.d
their tents like the Arabs, and as -ileiit-i
ly 'teal away. Tneir wisdom, their ef
! lrt, t.ieir intercit are withheld All
tlie ehtircli pets from them is the i Jit-
' ronape ot t! eir presence and -r.m -times
' .i .:.... ..:i.... : ii .
uicv aie erv jjju
lo be relipious dvspeptics. for thev are
:i,u'.ro i:ikiiir in" f..od. aufl n ver ev.nt-
' in- them-elv"s m relfious labor. TSi -v
are v-n apt to be fault-linder-. Chiuch-
l.(iirilinr ili.vi'lf.iw thfj i..-llUIme. ilh1
""i,iip develops mis n iiianui-n, u.ki
' "ics n (ttii irlunitv for them to tin-
'. , ! !,. -, ,. r ' ' "
i preeiate the (Iilheultt'-s a'ld responst-
bditic.s of a chur.h ontcrpris". The
, hand and brain that arc act:ve in the
home arc wot tho e, g.-nerallv, .f sthe !
J crit.c and fault. mder "
As compared with (.he home, the
I boat din'- house has never been a sue-
p . ......'
ce.s- Ami a.s compared with a eliureli,
vel!-c,ni'.acted. having all the Cliris-
tians tmib r its ministrv active inmnb is.
lo;al to its aims, united to its life, par-
I tl(.;.,.lIlU, i ils woilc. expectant of its
tnmil.,,IS n rinreu where half of its
j j,,,.)0llt.,s ..,. onjv l,:ir,,.r-" bear-
j ,,r u l00-:e and temporary relation to
I ;( is nol n s,.(.(.s Therefore we say
I .fvoil an, i,,,,;,;,,, i,OS(i r.-'iation to
- ..i.....,.!, ,.,,, i ..,, .,r.. ,.vi.r
. " ". ----i
templed to live so in tlie 'future, don't,
Don't b a church biard -r. I'U'-iJic.
The Best Not Shown.
Afler we do all we can :in the way of
making our light shine belore men,
Ihere i.s still a iiart of tht life remain-
inp that no man can see. dl may, too.
be the best wj have. If one be mo U.st.
! as all Christians ought to be. he will
iu.ite about speaking out fully, and
to a'l men, the things of his inner life
I whu 11 deeiily
interest, him. but about
i which he may have more or
ed ta'uitv. If. on the other hand, he
Pwm ." ' "" WIU V1 ,)t;?L UH-V ,l!lvo'
1'here is a reserve of grace that thev
do not wish to exhibit, or that they can
not illustrate in their best perlorm
ances. A real Christian, living in near
communion with his Master, is always
better than his chief performances
show him to be. United I'rctbyiaian.
Ignorance is neither the mother of
.devotion nor of usefulness. (!od is not
nccustotiicd to sanctify ignorance.
We aro apt to forget how easy anil
common it is for Clod to turn the wis-
. doni of men into folly: to frustrate the
tokens of the liars and make ttic
prophets mad. How men blow iznr.it
bubbles and God bursts them with the
While busy in harvesting the golden
grain and wisely preparing for life com
ing winter, it is most important we
should be bu.sv ..gathering hoaves for
the Kingdom oi (.Jod, and preparing .our
houls for eternity May it not be -wind,
in the day of judgment, by any Who
read these lines: "The harvest is past,
the Mimmcr is ndled. and ve aie iot
savetl.'' Herald and l'rcbylcr.
-"Conversation ;ci the family t4it?lA
be most carefulh .guarded and oulti
vatotl. The eharaoTer of the children
will, in a groat lav.ssure. depend lmipii
it. If at is loose id carele.ss. pnvnte
can jioi blame :iiiv:ne but thetusvlvt
if thb'r children imitaw them in tliiTe
spect. A .spirit of love and tendernest.
should ciiaractcrizci ti home convera-
lion. .Ifrhe atmosphere of home is that
of Mrlfei.nd con'eutiori and frivolous
'languagc. what c:mwe.f pect of rial-
ilreii? Guatd well what ou say. Let
it be heiigtd in with ilove .uul the spiiit
tof -CIinM. Baptist h'cjlctor.
Of all :the lessors itiiet hunianitr
.has to learn in life's sohotd. the hardest
is:;o learn o wait. Ko: to wait with
.tlie ftddui liAMtl that cla.m life's pr.cs
vithout ptevieus eluvt. rlMt having
. ... . "..
vian soldiers always travel with theKi,
like the quaws and jjapoose of tt;
Xorth Amerieac India. In caasp the
women do the cooking: on the march
Chey carry on their back and lii'i.s a
gzv-it part of tlie camp equipage, 3d in
Unttle they nure the woundetl and rob
the dead. They are poor, miserable,
degraded creatures, just oiie dejrree
above the dogs which follow at tlieir
heels. Their powers of endurance aro
extraordinary. Often it is the case that
they will .march twenty or thirty miles
a day over ilusty roada.carrying a child
on their backs; without food or water.
1 lni.eil. au crowd. tLo stow years . lie coiilil scarcely sit up. As th.- bag- complicated. An amateur chooses hor
I as itl ivii) a. irt aiirk ... t -i c .-! . r ir w in li 11 -. tV..- ...! .1
A LITTLE ADVICE.
Glrls! don't ay "yv" to nny I
Who want " mnrry you,
Who-j lireu 3 initi a wh.sky Mnell.
Or It ou Mill rue.
Ixjve can't -tir.' In uch r case:
No tnetajihl? ' can
Make you lel eve It - 7 on carta
With an liite:njH:r inun.
Oh. ".itur ! will te your lay:
Your K dcr heart will hrek
Ami all your hop- wll come to 0
Jf you Ippter take.
It'F hf't i i a a i wed
w th to rule In k
Unt.l wi :i -on J l- lcl
- cho'e a proiKTiaato.
U . l-rly. In IflrttU. Frit Pram.
m m -
now siir roniuifd i- SrHt.iivian Tern-
j-r;.iic- sailor' iiomit in t.oinion.
One of the besl known awonKnlish
i.:i i l... ,..'t., i ;.. ,i... l. ...
,u'f -i o iiwu.iu "1 ni i'vr-
ni uealtuy relative, m pi.ila. lirre
Jrf wa- petted and Indulged yt the bust
" Let the child have her own yrav!M
' sa''1 n('r ic'(--
"he ha- no 24-4nL-,
All her prank- were overlooked, and
lie prew up animated largely b; the
de-ire to enjoy heref and have lier
own uay. btill a -en-e of di atfae
tion would make it-elt felt in iier life
She was not (juite happ'. tlio-jph -hfc
could have jrieu no reason for her de
MMindencv. (Jne Ia. however, .-he
listened to an eminent Swedish prcaeh-
r- :i".,! t,u'n f."r tUS fir" l!mc bl'V:ime
cmviom ol me reiipiou- eieineni i:ick-
mir in nr rilVIl
life, ami of the fact that
h'"' f"".v ,,u " r iuie nours
with thoupht and labor for other-. She
bepan preacii np u her comitrunen iti
al lowed to -II ak in public IITat addrcs-
"ip .-mall meetings and tlieu ast as-
t For fome years she cmtinue 1 this
"woik. becominp at l.t.-t p.cr-ua.lel that
it was her duty to p- as a tmssionarv t
India. Hut while m London, awaitmp
'" oppoitunity to enpape in work
abroad, su. was irnprcs-ed with the
i ,..- i..i - ,...-
, K" ;iL -ii m lmhim-m '. r""
in Ka-t Lon.Ion. Mie bepan pre.ichinp
to them in the streets, and it was there
' tli:it the -oiind of Her own Jatisruape
' broke on 1
ner ear, iirii-.siuoiiieieu or
There hdiele-s. diiiukeu
Scandiuaxiun sailors were ensnared by
the bundled-, in horrible pitfalls of evil.
For two years she worked amonp the
, tailors preaeliinp and per-uadmp
She still .shudders at the recollection
i of herhr-t address to -omeol her conn-
tnnicii. at a place calico me strangers
KesL I wenty (irunken -a bus lia.l heen
cvdlccted in this room and alcne and
trembling their countrywoman ad-
Ke.-L I wentv drunken -a bus had been
dreed them, while thev shrieked and
i blasphemed. One after another, they
oecaiiie q i.e.. u.ilu ue iiuu eoiiip..iij
was tmally suudtied. ext
they came, bringing some comrades
with them, and it was not long before a
Scandinavian lecture-room was per
It was some years before Miss lleden
Strom could rai-e suilieient funds for a
larger establishment, but in bS-o the
Home was founded. Of th's M-ss He-I
(lenstroin is sole manager. She corre
sponds with the memb rs of lier coin- ,
t.any. when thev are abroad on vov-
ages. reeiMves ami inve-ts their money. I
iinl .it.l nifinv ('iiit-iiii iti iiii'kiii.r' out
his crew. Itevond a'l thi-. she super -
intends the "boy.s" who are temporari-
1- mi -bore For their bcnetit bed-
n on snore, i oi iu u ot m in. om
rooms are Kept in order, meais are
Cittiit in i 1'iviri ! imifr.tfifkiii itwl
O t -s 4.. i.1 ...... w, ...,.,
plentv of spaee is provided for them to
leiss their b'isiire hours :miid books and
! newspapers, in short, tin; Home is an
immense boardmg-hou-e, though ot
course it can not b- entirelv self-sup-
porting, some of its patron, being qui'e
Miss Hedenstrom ssrs of her
iViv. n..v..r T-..1 l.n.l . cniW nmnncr
the live thotisan I that hav' Iteun in this
honie who has returned from it to his
former haunts: and. thank God! there
tire at present a jrood manv decently
.thvs,ed men anion.' the Scandinavian
sailors in London, whereas, when I be
gan my work, there was not a single
one of all that came under my notice
mlui flitl Tint lfMtlr t"i.nriti1 rr clittlifiif
I can do little to raise funds- but
never vet have I asked am
vthiti" in vain
Ironi my Heavenly Father."
It requires strong character for a
work like this. Hut this wuan seems ,
i to possess it. and to owe to it the lit- j
ness lor her calling. 1 oulli t tampan
jrround of a public school.
"There goes brother Kolwrt," -called
r..i i .i i .
out a.h tie jr,rl in the midst of a group
of scholars. "Isn t ho handsome?
Why? Why?" crictl out several
voices at once.
-Uh. he is so ocmI: He Jiever
swears, -nor chews or smokes tobacco.
jieither doo he ever drink anv li nior.
j 1 :mi M) glad that, I have such" a lroth-
; The.children all .'looked airain with
admirat on upon the youth, when one
' of tliem earnestly remarked- "I iiqpe
mv brother will be like him."
The next dav two voung men c a
bugjr drove rapidly past the .same ciil-
tlrttn. One of them ha-tl a cigar stump
in hv mouth. -end he wts ?o drunk tltat
.. . . .
eaue of her trouble: but it was clear to I
all of them, as a little m'rl vvhisnpri1 to '
another: -That tlrunkeii bov was her
Hoys, see that your actions and Sves
may be so that your sisters may be
roud of vou. Never rive them anv
cause to be ashamed of you. HoroV cj
TJie highest prize at the Xew Or
leans Exposition for orange3 was won
by Maccaohusetts men. A large num
ber of natives of that State have settled
in Riverside, Cal., and engaged in the
orange culttuv. San Francisco Ck'.ow
A UONTKAT. ton no amateur. However gincu. can , , , .,
be litted Kxp.-nence is as mud. ,.,... , , .3
A llrother -to II IVmul of-Anofher o, u,d Jn thc j,rofe,55on Qf a VOCllistai " lV' m l".Y., " f "", " ,,';", 'V
Whom iiu s.-ter Va, A.hame.i. . olh j; . hllAn&gm Tnp pub th.- ch.c. I his leav es a little air pa e
I A handsome stately youth ol sixteen lic, whose servant ? he becomes, is per- W the chet-e. which ,s useful. n
i .. i. .i u' ,i. i .i :..i., this eondit on the boxes are M-t on the
1 - o - ' .. . . -. pur nir rmmi tlrinr or mleil one Above the
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
StylUh Attlr for Fa.hloabl El.terly
Black and white India silks and fou-
lards are made up for the afternoon and
visiting dresses of digniti-d old latins
. , , . . -,e:. , ,.
and black law toilettos are worn by
them on full-drcs occasions The
figured silks for tho-c who have (jmct
ta-ste-? have usually a black ground,
with white figure, lines or llowcr
nri"-. while those who prefer lijrJ ter
dre-'-c-- hav- the ground whiu Vith
M....L- 7,lv fr.r tin. .nill !..Mrp nnnn it.
I If :t color L ventured upon, brown
' grounds ari cho-en for the dark ?ilk.
and lavender or the purple of r.inue-
sin inlet- for light r drc c-. Gn;-
hams in the -ame color-, "cambrics a:id
white rnthl. as are the.r fao.ttc ws-sh
drews" for breakfast .in 1 home wear,
. ior i,e jjht woob iii that are n-rd-d
for warmth u -titmner. the bla-k or,
k.. . t . 1
lwo oaris am; a ero-s -mii: io iu:ik(.
them lie smoothly on larr hip-.. This
rarmeiit i- buttoned from the neek
do.vu to about si inche- b?ioW the
waist line, and fall- op--u thence in a
sharp lonp point on each s'ulu. Two
tinv fold- or tucks ma-, be taken each
side of the buttons an 1 holes down the
fiont and around the point. The edpes
of the points are then tn--nsl under,
and are he'd by the ribbon trimm up.
which i stitched iii by machine. The
back is in bas-pi- shape, with the inline--
of the skirt ma ie of two or three
plaited breadth- that may be -ewed on
underlie ith the b i-ipe at the w ii-t hue;
or. to make it dillerent, the?e breadths
innv be ewed upon a plain ui:ra-
ba-que. and -oiiw lonp looped bow- of
ribbon b added at the ends of the side-
Mantels for old ladie- are of black
rcpued -ilk and combinations of velvet
wiili lace in larpe shapes that come
. , n , , i i
down over the tournure in the back and
have pointed end- in front. Mack lace
points of Uiautillv or llama lace are
worn quite plain in the'r three-cornered
shapes over surah and India silk bo-s-
es. A black and al-o white chuddah
shawl one a square and the other
dounle are comfortable ad litiotia to
the simmer outfit for wearmp on cool
lays and tveninps. and the "dove-col-
ored and Quaker pray shawls of cah-
mere are prettv with black drc es. The
favorite traveling shawl is the slriM.'d
India lonp shawl, or else one of the
very larpe square shawl- in India stripe
which are now sold at moderate prices.
Tliete are also delightfully warm ami
soft Scorch shawls of cl-ar pray and
brown shades of a sinple color, and in
lengths, to be had for less
Ilandsomelv drescd gray hair, with
- , - , ..
, I , , o
I ornament, or a low jc
eled backcomb for dress occasions,
I'.reakfast caps to conceal pla nly
dressed hair are of mull and l.tce in
round shapes or in Fanchon points,
wit i bows of lavender, pale iiu or
ro-c ribbon. White tulle wrh nicies.
or black Uril-scls net with real lace.
similarly arranged for dre-s caps.
A Few Appropriate Suc:;etlon to
In nearly everv family there is a tra-
dition of some member who had a fort-
' une in her voice if she had condescend-
od to Use it for the purpo-es of money
.- ,, . . ,. .... .... i
, niakmg. "Ah. mv dear, your grand-
making. "Ah. my dear, your grand-
., , , . , ,..-. i i...:
luumui .m ii.iu.m ... .v......
twvii.iH ( ttfiiii.ittiiii i'xiin i oitiri
oi (. riveiu, ner masier. .oui ner sue
could have made her fottune in the
, , .
rm -,. !. kTTW -v I iii.r
profe-siou." has been heard by mo-t of
s who bolon" to families with anv
nri.lltl. tn Tllll;(.,i t.,ztn in theol.'en
! I" tclW8 lf ,,,Usltsl1 V" ? f
t,mes I,,:lsters uo tloubt felt t,at '
couragetnent to take leons given in
this form was perfectly safe: no atna-
' teur young lady would have thought in
her wildest dreams of acting on suth a
suggestion. In thesj days pudessors
are far too wary, or too consciont'ous.
to maKc use oi Mien expressions. men
' would be likely enough to lead to a ;
catastrophe lor wiueli they wouui
themselves plainly be in a measure re-
r)r how dtxus a successful amateur
pJctuns herself when he contemplate-'
becoming an artist i ot in the place
sue can reasonaDiy expect to in, sing- aml with satisfactory results. When
ing at obscure concert with small . . " , . . .
gains while continuing to stu.lv hard. I kcn ,rf;" th" I's the cheese are laid
in fact, learning her business, biil com-. on P '" l)OX,,s tl11 tlH'Mirfaci moot
ing forward in the first rank of vocalist? tire is vvell dried olT. anil then with scale
who have earned their laurels by year.' iK)ards under and over them are laid in
of toil and struggle. For Mich a posi-' . clo-ae-littinsr and well-.ea-oned lioxe-
world. Io a debutante it is alwayj
k,n,!- to "Id f tnW.leJ fayorites t on-
stant and enthuiastic while thev have
shwd of . left. -mU -t if no caffi
j to taku a ucw sinp:or to jts hcarU Wt
are a commercial people and the av-
, erase concert-goer must ! convincctl
, tha: : he is havini: the worth of h's monev
to be satisfied.
There are hundreds of well-trained
sincers who never com lo the front at
all. for the difficulty of g tting a hear
ing increases evefv vear. i?b do th
i?o do tlie
tjualities and acquirements necessary
to enable a singer to keep her place
when she has struggled into It. He:dej
possessing an except onal voice, culti-
vatcd inthc best methotl. she raut
learn her busine-s as an artist, a busi-
ms in the highest deore.- tniliAna n.l
mav Be in beia"- nddenlv ftlied upon
t tu i.ja" t . r ;-..,- Zu
i. indlmMML Th.'afnr.fTTr,rtfrio,r?T,
greater to a vouns artist than to be
obliged to ref asm such an opening be-
caule she is not ready wii the work.-
V. i". Herald. ,
-The four American cities, of above
twenty thousand inhabitants having the !
highest natural site, above the level of
AS sea are Uadville. Denver. Omaha
and AUanta, in the order named. J
Women are paid forty cents a .day
and UMir board as farm laborers in
doiUat CATOiiBA. Wicoao mrmUL
Good butter may bo maxle on the
farm if the temperature of the dairy
room can be measurably controlled,
and it can be with a wwt. vcot lated
drained cellar, a well of rool water and
a cabinet creamery. One of them w.Il
accomintrtlate the 'milk of twentv cows,
E!l:rM,.. Cu-hman. rri-5.ioat of
tfac iivjnj;,th founty. Mas-.. Asncul-
turai Society, think, that milk can bo
jroluced on a fanu at a httle le- than
three cent-a quart. In lu.s calculations
he allowed for all eTpen-e and for the
value of manure made from the feed.
F. I). Curti-. in Our dmntrtf Ifamt.
ays. "In -o:ne of the chee-o factor.-
region-, the far:ner only ret one e-t.t a
pound fr milk" t'u.je -. and the
think it pretty profitable lm-ine--. -itw
the (. .. Itmrutmin. if thev can ;et a
cent a pound for their milk at that, and
aw.iv ahead of l.at Towiu.
,.:in-r milk m open pans at the
corntalks and a hav and straw d.et.
down to -larvalion. ' says the Dairy
A few year- apo We.-tern butter
had a jxorreputation, and consequently
brought a p'or price. It had all the
odium to bft from it-elf of bail reputa
tion borne for ear-. but tlr- we.pht
it son ca-t ofl" h the fun of a well
earned character for pKltte-s. and in
a very .short tune supplant -d Ka-icrn
butter and trok its place at the :p of
the market. Now dairy butter i- far '
below creamer;, and has to work us
way u j as We-tern butter did. T.iere
is no rea-oa whv it -hoiild no' dit it.
. etmr that the d i:rymen are too
reh-ss or neglectful and are willmp
to n"1 u,-r lhl uv f-'hl of :.1 b1?'Lch,ir'
ucter. and so de-en e it- A". V. Ti :-.
.... ... .. .... , , , v. , .,
A Hairy Authority hlrli lr ot llr-
, rlr M llir, ,,Mrl ,rr
If it is true, as most men a-sert, that
all annual- must have crude salt as part
' of their ration-, and it is a fact that all
,ust admit that it is extremely hanl to
,'ir)(1 t.ven saltwater inland, then why
.. . .. . ... . .
J"! not all the wild animals or most ol ,
them crowd to the seashore. wher. they
' could get a taste ot salt water when
needed. The "salt licks" were i-ited.
it is saiil, bv tho-e animals that could
reach them", and many person- contend
that the neighborhoods of i'ie-e "licks"
w,.r,. alwav- crowded bv tlie-e animals;
and vet we do not learn that the seashore
was a sort of "( 'onev Island" for wild
beasts in theearh days when our forest
7m" overrun with wild animals. On
the contrary, there were probably a
doen deer on the prairies of the West
to one in the woods of Xew .Jersey ot
Maine in those dav-. Hison. the largest
of our wild animals, prefened the unen
plains of the Wot. without salt but
Inori. gra-s. Fishes in fresh water seem
u, tlonrish (piite as well as tlnne that
enjov tbe salt of the ocean. Has it ever
,.,. rov,.d bv ext.eriment that hor-e-
and cows really sutler or fall oil in He-Ji
when deprived of alt, when fed ordin
arily mixed rations. What proof i-
i there that crude salt is neee-sary ot
even good for dome-tie animals under
' ordinary treatment. Mr Modgett. ol
Chautauqua County. N. V , tried rai- tig
' bunches f calves with and without sa't,
1 and h.s neigh!rs decided, without
knowing which were the .salt-fed, that
tlie lot not receiving the salt was the
better of tin two. Th s was j.robablv
oniy a comciuence. oui ai me -ame
time it goes prettv iar to prove mat u
-. ,t , i ,,i i i, - -,
.-,n n-.-i . o.-t . s, ,,,.., .,.....,-...-,.
to f0(.(i .,-,!,!. 5alt to calves, j he man
wno trllsts ,ns animals to the care .t
ordinary hired help often funis that the
.-alt bu-ines.s has been grossly neglected.
anu vol u. :qM.a eL .. ...is ..:,
,,m"' At ,(':l t,,at ,,a" ofl,'l, ,M,"n "ur
experience. We believe in mixing salt
w.th the mixed ration, to make it more
palatable, but that has nothing to do
with feeding crude salt to cows; and,
after all. i- it not .simply a stimulant to
make them drink more water, which
does not add to the richness of the
luilk? American Dairyman.
i CnrinC Chee- in xr iirttrr Than on
I Oitri. Sh-Wr..
Professor L. II. Arnold, who is good
authority on all dairy matters, has been ,
experimenting in cunngcheese in lx.xes.
other in any place where there is a fa
vorable average temperature. After
standing for ten dav the loxes should
be turned over to prevent the moisture
from settling to one side of the eliee.se.
Afterward they will need turning only
a few times at interval- of three or four
weeks. When going to market they
should be taken from the loxe. and the
mold, if any ha formed on ihem.bru-hed
oil and tlie .surface brushed up. then
w'ln ,KW ca' DO:ir,li lml "af'k m:o tn.e
boxes, which should be cut down to tit
the cheese, ami they are ready to ship.
The I'rofessorsavs he has kept cheese
in this condition from six to twenty-four
months with very little accumulation
of mold on the outside and without ill
effects in other re-pects. The advan
tage of :lrs mode of curing are that
then is twentv per cent. les 4ir nkage
and fifty percent- less nnd than when
cured on shelve in the open air. It
also protects the cheese from wide and
sudden changes of temperature, and
makes the curing even and safe under
conditions that would otherww do scri-
the Jn'P01 con-tniction of ciin
rooms. Cheese are much better ott
good boxes than on helva in an open
unn? "-f? wnerl tbe-v Ieei " ltl ,
cnanges 01 ine weainer.
vnt of l,he niost important point in
the manufacture of cheese i the curing
nrofses,. and it also involves a creat deal
or " ? r?,.l
Z im ! r ? ,X?t
nencei. IrfecUv e:ofow-.,
wvety wUI afcubtle result ,n much
P.?1 to lhe ckcye maker---N- S-
The distance from Xew York to
London is 3,865 mile-
A Cmplcn .rrrt i;trn -y.
In the canipalsn of lisl the tvro can!l
dfctr for Guvornor in a -pivotal" Wt
eni State arranel for a rlM of hnut
dicuion. Ik:h mnw?a' ppclar, bota
of ac appearaac and were to well
matched in cn?ntat foro and a- orator
that the ceat"t N-twwn theai protaiM to
be a magnitlccnt oae- Fur jovral w-ck
the cal balaao"! evenly
Bui one day the bnl.iant KijWlran can
didate catnc up ailing. He s-msl (rr
ccme and pok- laloredly. The next day
b; km fVrn rs riTecttvfv ltr ho wn
comp"lIl to ak his opK;nut fr a r;-j-jnement
of certain apjoin'ment. htch
x j;rrtnt-i. Ik-fore tho canipntn ecded
be had abandoned th tivl-1 olt,CTthr.
Mcntinitf th LVmocratic candidate d1!
tiuus.l hi canvas. sfniinc t cro''
truncr, cherter and ta-r etTrc:iv with
each ucr-tlnz i?eV-. He was cUctol.
0or vrnlnj; in LV.eembr bile rnt.irtaln
inj; rrr.-vl entlemea b aid
"I - ill l'll yta a campaign rcrrt -which
care rae Uie clctia. With th
oxutn of my campaign I t--cn caring
tor mv liver, "l Vnc that a di rderrl vr
tor''i lifer meant dulln and d .
sicknni. I tO"'i wiuethu; 'rv dar
Whfn mv opp.n-nt l-'n Jiiitaj: 1 Vt tw
bt tn-ulie to te hi livrr an I trll iiVr jr
crlblnc tor htm, but tearr-l it I did o h
latbt beat me! I KTw tronr a t)i
campaign projjrcsvsl. dten maVins; t
pe-cbrj a day. Kvn my vwicv. t.i mv
urirte. did nut fail :n-oti. All lrau
'.VarnrrN iv cure Vp: me In A t trim.'
?Ii-(;jvpri.ur Jncot., of lCentueV. !
mad- a campaign tMir nailer jts.ir.,
itiniarctreuMistuc' ad 4v b Vcpt up
undrr tbr exbauti.i rin by us ot th
tamo mean. lloh-Ur L'ni&tu
A -CMOol j'Hirnal ailTr uMaV th
icb-xd mtrrrtiu " Tbni't tut tk
ftunll tioy trir to ! J" th brtaf hi at.
ty. i.'nW njft'-M Frtt lr,$.
rM ri-nrr mill li-lll-oll ltil.or- rltrcr.
The lart-?.t and lrst tHpnpjv-.l in tile It n
of th tint in th Wu Tb l.ill '
ivtn course tti iu.'. . rni' t tuiti .
Uiard, rte., ts-tlirr vith ttiurh Krntrnl :u
f.jrinntleu ot tiiiinrtane to oil ittci-l lit
th- lllers and th"r orV, xdt I rnnH
trre upon appliratioti Addrc K. I. M
llray, 1'res., Lawrence or Atebiin. K.n
-arltiMtl of T Irxruplo ml lntrt li ml.
S-iul ftr Journal K't.H,: full iiifrmt.'n.
Address H.itv V Uulhin;. Uwruii.
A woman and a Uddlr nr omrthl:ic
alike. Tlo-y nlay snne out tronrti
hra there i a woman about. JfiftM
Kprellly to Wnriirn.
"Sweet is rvrni;erspeially to women,"
paid th Rifled, lut nnUKtty,"l'rd liyrun.
Surely he una in bad humor when he rote
Mich word. Hut tin-re arc complaint that
only uomeii iutrr. that are ran 'u tium
Uts of tlu'tn down to early rnvev rlnT
in tiojH for thoso who autre , n mnttr how
orelv. or severely, in Dr. K. V. Pierif'
"Fuvorito Prescription." Safe m it ac
tlou it bs n bb-sitll, -;rfl.ljf In trowU
nd to men, too, for uheu women sutler,
the buun'bold la askew.
Soui: I!niti'rti poet.nt th renun
tlruiu "(Hi, ttliffi'ilii'i Iwnutvlitijrr"
Our otllc hour are riht to !.- I'ck's
Vnurii; .Mm. Kril Till.
The Voltaic ltKi.T('o.,of .Mar-hnll, Mich ,
otter to semi their eebbrnt.-l Kt.riTiio ol -
TA1C llKt.T nnd other Kl.KCTHtC AlTI.N :s
on trial for .) bt) n, to iih-ii ( omi; or 1 I
iitlltcted with nervou- debility, loss of vitnl
ity and all kindred troubles. Alfofer rluu
uuiti-m, ueurnluin, pnral v-lsnn.l mauv oth
er dl.sense. Complete rentorntion to hinltli,
vigor, mid mnnhiKxl Kiinrnuterd. Norisklu
eurred. As ,5)l(iy-' rrml Is nlloue.1. Write
tlicui at once for illustrated pnmphlet, fre.
"Tiinr.r she blown," the old uhalrr re
marked when h' w ife commenced to r.l"
him a curtain lecture- I'ttlmer Muss.)
An OnYnln rtrcnth
1 mod dlstrciodnn, not otdv to the jxruon
nlll.eted If he have nny pride, hut to thoe
uith whom ho come 'lit contact. It U a
delicate matter to spenk of, lut it ban
pnrtsl not only friend but Invent. Mad
brent h and catarrh are iuepnrnble. Ir.
SneeN Catarrh Itemedv eureu the worst
cases ad thuiiHand can testify.
Thb reason h woman 1 contlnunlly look
Uk in tli Klns I l.eraue ih uantato
ee herelf a others her.
Organic vveakn,o or 1or of
jHmer in eitiier sex, however induced,
hoeislily and iMTinanetitlv curel. Kurl
three letter tamp for lvkof artieulnr.
World's iHpeiisary Medical Antuclntioii,
IJuirulo, N. Y.
Although we doti't n Jul Lvnch h
mnst he tmucin rouud iui.it where.- oj
I'licr.V Tooth tcnr.Pitor ciinlu 1 mlnuf.2T
f.'llir.S"jVtir.s''tlhe!t,lllil trt'lllltllte. -
(;i.jimaM.oii ltctiovr.it Will t'ru llui.lou.
A HAX.r holiday N tetter than no loaf. -X.
Tr nffllcte.1 with 5ore r.yv. u Dr. Tat
X7ioinjiton r.yv W at.r. Jjru.'k'UU ovll it.
ExrratK5CK l th cream of life- but
It ofteti our with ae. Wldtrhiitl Twi't.
Tnc Fratr Axle Orca It thn lit In
tho world. Sold everywhere. Uo lU
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV. Atoruft 1
CATTl.B Fhijiinna- lm f 3 St :. t
Nat. te cow .. .in i; 3!
ltuteher atfr. .. t (() 4
1KKJS Hool m choice hev t io k(. 4 i
I.l fit a 75 tt I
WIIEAT-.Vii re.l . ... -.:. ii
No 3 re.1 fC ti
No. 2aUft ". 1 I
rtiux No. 2 z Ct :
OATS-No. 2 n ,. :
UVK-No r .... r i
KIJL'll-Fancv. jH?r ack 2 IO fci 2
HAV I Jtr.-e t.al.sl U'Z ', (
lUTTKIt hmcc creamery 19 ':
CHKKsK-Kull cream ID if.
KitCS-(ho.ee 10 f.
KlHK-Ham IU ft
hhouMer .1 K ftt 3'
t.de i2S . i:
WtMU Mis.,uri unrnhe:. W
IVTAToIis-Ne n& &
CATTLE Fhlppln.- at.ror . 4 75 ft i '
Hutchera' tcr. 4 2T, tj 4 '
Win's facV in . ... 131 U
SHKKPFajr'o choice. . . 2 o it
FLl"l.-Oicwe 4 IM 4;
WHKAT-No irtsl 9ft 4t !
TOHN-No. 2 42,
OATS- No 2 24 ii
KVl-No. 2 V1t&
HAltLKV '' k
lit TrKlt-Creaxnery 12 de
C'TTuN-MMMWr.- ... V fc
rATTLI-?hliHnj.- :era. 4 4-0 a
Hi h.s I'nckmr al Ju.jn 4pi tit
HKKP Fa r to chwee . 2 o ft,
LUti Winter wheat 4 tt
WHEAT-No.2rel VI it
SO. 3. . ............ fi (i.
.NO. Z fir 1 II a" .
rriFlK Vo 2 S
OATS No. z rr
li i. aC
ItjKK . K.
rATTLK rrwrt 4 &
HiK.s 1,001 :o 1' 4
.-HKKl'-(imoolo rfcl Z 7
I'Uil'lt-tOol '.n chtoicr . 4tX
KHC T- No. r rrJ A
COltN-Vo.2 . . 13,
OATS Wt.tma.jl . ni ft
POKK 10 ii
PCTROLElTM-rnlted . K tj
R. U. AWARE
amTfair tA-.tr ft 1
casTSSrat aid c-i ri
r,aznm Cllr Skirt a4
, irr. tfC-raa t ;kiu
M.c&itf Ca. -i.-c:zT.H.Ot
Trrle-4 .! rmn-a mmtfot.ii
BcaTC w trrmvnt-sl rat frr A
Man and Beast.
Mtt5tan I.tnimcnt L older than
most men, am! tticJ more and
more every year.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Suits Tonic Smi
FOR THE CURE CF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER.
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
Tbe proprietor of tbt ebrtcd at 4its J
J3it!y clilsit far It a icjrtorUy or lt rK
edieevrc5cr4 to tht pblte far la SAKE,
CERTAIN SPEEDY ad rERXA!fE5T cr
of Aposiai Fever orCa.la4 FeYrr whtih
er of ba:t ar Ions; tusiistf H rtfr to ts
ecttr Witra ai Soixlara coaatrT to Uxr
hla teittsaosj to tiio trlh of tsc iwttia
tbt ta so cai bUr will it Ml to eer tf
os: la a (rrr t raany coo najfle &"
bcs a2icirt for a car. ai whoto Umuitk
have fceea eared or a tsle tit!e,ta per
fect rctortloa of tho ft ncrl bcUth tl .
hovtrez pmdcat.aai is evrycatc mor cr
tkln to care. If lt sc l coatlaned la ssilr
doei for urtrV or two after the dlw4 k
brrn checked ao: ttpeciilly la dt3lcalt 4
loKkC-itfaiisp curt Ual.y thit isrdlcva
wtil aot rqatre aar id to fcep tho boli ia
good order Saoald ta patUat. bowetcr t
qu'.r a cathartic aetticlae after ha Ins Ua
three or faar dote of the Toaie lni doia
of KENTS VEOETABLK FAMILY TILIS
will be tafaeloat. Uo no other
DR. JOHN UUL.LW
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYED
TN Popular Hrmill Of tho Da.
PrUflpal 0Ar. h5t Sola M-. I.OI'!tf II I K.aT.
The Red School House Shoe.
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HENOERSON 2 50
WOMAN'S GOAT BUTTON.
ft " t'"il k in.lfr jr f ' t Vl.',7
p u ytMTacfiM ten ii.,titisiBfii
GANGER of the TONGUE.
A Caso Hccmblmg That el Gcncnl Grant.
p.'m f-n yef c. I ti.t rrful'u .f
tlitbt ',! ! 'ill Itif ' fcl llnir itaOnhl It kr.J
uts n Mri'i. li.lt tr.-k out la hi. thrv.'wl
rfrntrtr.l m t rr tiling lhfmth Tlf l.k. U
li ! f Mjr left tt.rrV l i4 up ! Il- I ft
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jroUwl mr, 1 ran a rat ! I . aya. I
u-'trrfrr li HiMi J' II Tf !', Male ttrna-nr.
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lilt X'r' " . t. . Ptaatr 4. AUadla. Oa
WlLKOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE TONiC
A rtanUl ror tut all !!
rauar.l t7 malarial lila.it.la al
IHilcl ao'li aalltllU iA ft r.
f""T 1 ti'r 'on 1'aJl.a. t
t1i,li. InUriulU't.1 lUt-tHUui,
tl ,)-u attlalliilKr ,ria.J
f Dularta. It ) al- Ur t '
arwlUat curr for nUit"l fawo
irrtrr Cak.'). riwrl ltrU.it J
iu! Periodic Nrura gla. C fl'iif H! I all IrcrlH
CHAS. r. KCCLRR, Pfop., Ctilcao, III.
Ifoanl hrUmnmlierinOUH Matta'arfan
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OOIOMIDAL t1 at IV...,,. . -. ,
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CW lt mm tl
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aalrrUl. C ataJcsr- vita ir-a' . ' I
atct-U'N V. 4T. H. V A f A. tU. CaatS. J.
A MONTH AMI : a lit Tfl
AflKNTs for a KW .l wp"
Life of GRANT
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Palmtr's Piant Primer, J!: "5
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A MOYTH. AfT' Tt' 4K -t
tr lav -'-'t- -s4 1 baaaftr fK'.ti,
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irra-. Cwrt- .r mI ''fl h -
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taJlir WRtriMl TO AOVaCKTUtCK-s,
pt y ! aav XnflaW t la
is a secret aid to beauty.
Manv a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would father
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