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lie that is much in prayer shall
grow rich in grace. He shall thrive
and increase most that is busiest, in
this, which is our very traffic with
heaven, and fetches the most pre
cious commodities thence. ,
Dr. J. M. Buckley, well knowu as an
opponent of the stage, and on the other,
[Under tlii« head we will be plowed to give John Gilbert, the actor ; A. M. Palmer,
editorial reviews of all books ana tracts of inter theatrical manager ; and William Win
est that may be sent to this office. ]
ter, dramatic cr^tio. 50 cents a number;
A n H our W ith C harlotte B ronte ; $5 a year. Published at 30 Lafayette
or F lowers F bom A Y orkshire M oor . Plafee, New York.
-c-There was but one Charlotte Bronte,
***“ A doubtful friend is worse than
and vice versa a cer-
tain friend'ii Infinitely
doubtful enemy. Thus Kidney-Wort is
an incomparably better friend to the
human race than wholecatalogues full
of doubtful nostrums. It is an unfail
ing remedy for that tormenting disease
piles. It moves the bowels gently and
freely, and thus removes the cause. Do
not fail to try it faithfully either in dry
or liquid form.
‘‘Can Hardly Realize the Good it Has a certain enemy.”
Bpeaie. She was a passTonaF¿7~fire-
winged genius, whose life and history
form one of the most interesting and ex
citing stories ever told. No one who
lias read “ Jane Eyre,” or pored over
the pages of “ Vilette,” could be indif
ferent to the personal history of the
strango existence in the little hamlet of
Huworth reads, as her biographer tells
us, “ like an olben tragedy twined into
English fact.” Charlotte Bronte’s char
acter is not an easy one to understand,
because of her geuitis, her environment
and her singular shyness and avoidance
of publicity. To write her life accepta
bly, one must have made it the study of
years, have known it in the integrity of
all its relations, and considered it from
its broadest as wel^as its narrowest as
pects. This is what Mrs. Holloway has
-... done. She has, with loving reverence
and pride, gazed upon her great sisiéY
woman, from the standpoint of her liter
ary endeavors aud achievements and her
domestic surroundings, and her conclu
sions are worthy of lipr “ Honr” ;vith
her subject. It is a fascinating biogra
phy told in a charming style. It has
been said by a critic that “ the title is a
misnomer ; a week, a month with Char
lotte Bronte would better express the
true character of its contents.’’ -
The June number of the North Amer
ican Review opens with an article by
Joseph Nimmo, Jr., Chief of theTreas-
ta ury Bureau of Statistics, on “ American
Manufacturing Interests,” in which is
given a singularly full and instructive
historical sketch of the rise and pro
gress of manufactures in the United
States, together with a very effective
presentation of their present condition,
and of the agency of tariff legislation in
promoting devereifled industries and en
couraging the inventive genius of the
people; Should this author's advocacy
of protective legislation prove distaste
ful, the reader finds the needed eorrect-
ivo in an article by the Hon. Wm. M.
Springer, on “ Iucideutal Taxation,”
which is an argument for Free Trade.
1). O. Gilinau, President of Johns Hop
kins University, writes of the “ Present
Aspects of College Training,” as affected
by the increase of wealth aud luxury,
the development of natural science, and
__ the influence of a larger religious re
ligions liberty. Edward Self presents
Borne weighty considerations on the
“ Abuse of Citizenship,” as exhibited in
the machinations of the dynamitists
against a friedly power, in disregard of
the obligations of American neutrality.
I’rof. Isaac L. Rice criticises some of
‘ Herbert Spencer’s Facts and Inferen
ces” in social and political science, and
Christino Nillsson contributes “ A Few
Words about Public Singing.” Finally,
there is a symposium on “The Moral
Influence of the Drama,” the partici
pants being, on the oue side, the Rev.
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A lady whose general health had be
come seriously affected was induced to
use Compound Oxygen. In writing of
the result she says: “It has relieved
me from a distressed feeling back of my
eyes, from which I could get no relief ;
TBtt' rfttnrrh...better— Improvement
gradual; so much so can hardly realize
the good it has done till I note my con
dition before taking it.” Our Treatise
on Compound Oxygen, its nature, ac
tion, and results, with reports of oases,
and full information, sent free. D rs .
S tarkey & P alen , 1109 and 1111 Girard
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ___
All orders for the Compound Oxygen
Home Treatment directed to H. E.
Mothews, 606 Montgomery Street, San
Francisco, will be filled on the same
terms ws if sent direotly to us in Phila
Good dqeds ring dear through
heaven like a bell. ■Richter.
Ask the most eminent physician
. Of..,any school, what b the best thing in
the world for quieting and allaying all irri
tation of the nerves and curing all forms
of . nervous complaints, giving natural,
childlike refreshing sleep always,
And they will tell you unhesitatingly,
“Some form of Hops!”
This pywder never varies. A marvel pun
Htrengtli and wliolosonioneim, Moro eConot
cal than tho ordinary kind», aud can not be »
in competition with the multitude of low k
abort w iglit, alum or phonphate powders.
Sold onlu in cum . R oyal B. mcino P owdei : C o .
10« Wall St., New Yorl
Ask any or all of the most eminent phy.
What is the best and only remedy that”
can be relied oji to cure all diseases of the
kidneysand urinary organs, such.as Bright’s
disease, diabetes, retention or inability to
retain urine? and all the diseases and ail-
bitiioua, take ;ih-. Pierce’s :._uienia.t>ecuhar to women— -----------—........
And they will tell,-you explicitly and
“ Pleasant Purgative Pellets,” the origi
nal of “ Little Liver Pills.’’ Of all
Ask the same^j.hysieians :
. ' What is the most reliable and surest
If you intend to do a mean thing,
wait till to-morrow. If you are to
do a noble thing, do it now.
Brown’s Bronchial Troches forOougbs
and Colds; “ I have used them for more
than a dozen years and think them the
best and most convenient relief extant."
—Rev. C. M. Humphrey, Gratz, Ky.
Be not simply good—be good for
D r . R. V. P ierce , Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir—I have advised many ladies to
try your “Favorite Prescription,” and
never fail to do more than ^ou advertise.
Yours truly, M bs .. A. M. R ankin ,
141 Bates St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Man is greater than a world,
than systems of worlds; there is
more mystery in the union of soul
with the physical than in the crea
tion of the universe.
«4^-With Diamond Dyes any lady can
get as good results as the best practical
dyer. Every dye warranted true to
name and k a. tuple.
______ __ ____
A wise man reflects before he
speaks ; a fool speaks and reflects
on what he has uttered.
Advice To Mothers.
M rs W insrow ’ s S oothino S yrup should al
ways lie uood when children are cutting teetn.
It relieves the little sufferer at once: it .pro
duces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the
child from pain, and the little cherub awakes
as “ bright as a button. ’ It is very pleasant
to taste. It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy for
diarrhea, whether arising from teething or
othercauses. Twcnty-tivscfs,nbottle, 13-20-ly
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, con
stipation, indigcation, biliousness, malarial
fever, ague, etc., and they will tell you:
“ Mandrake, or Dandelion !”
Hence, when these remedies are com
bined with others equally Valnahlc,
And compounded into Hop Bitters, such
a wonderful and mysterious curative power
is developed, which is so varied in its ope
rations that no disease, or ill-heaUh CRQ_
possibly exist or resist its ¡tower, and yet
it is harmless for the most frail woman,
weakest invalid, or smallest child to use.
“Almost dead or nearly dying ”
For years, and given up by physicians
of Bright’s and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs called const!mp
lion, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy from ngony of
neuralgia, nervou.sn<*>s, wakefulness, and va
rious diseases peculiar to women. People
drawn o- tot shape from excruciating pangs
of rheumatism, inflammatory and chronic,
or suffering from scrofula! erysipelas!
Salt rheum, bhxsi poisoning, dyspepsia. In
digestion, aud in fiu-l almost all diseases frail
- Nature is heir to
’Have been cured by Hop Ritters, proof of
which can be found In every neighborhood
■ in the known world.
R THE PERMANENT CURE GF
HARNESS A SADDLES, '
ROBE8, WHIPS, SPURS,
CUBBY COMBS A BRUSHES,
And everything tliat pertains tn a First Cta
Shop. Call and examine my Stock before pe-
chasing elsewhere. The beet of Califon*
HARNESS & SADDLES.
WILL BE FOUND THE BEST STOCK 01
And in fact everything belonging to •
first-class shop. My Stock of Fine »nJ
Heavy Harness is the best ever in tbii
county. Call and see before buying-
Repairing done. Charges reasonable-
C. L. PIERCE.
o other disease is so prevalent in this coun-
as Constipation, and no remedy L as ever
tailed the celebrated Kidney-Wort iw a c
e. Whatever the c.-.use, however obstinate
oase, tBW YWMdywm overrometr.
■ ■ tfcWa plaint la very apt to bo
¿¡iwiupUeatod with constipation. Kidney-Wort
*, Istrengthons the weakenod parts and quickly
<8 cures all kinds of Piles even when phyaiouns
aland medicines ha vo beforo failed.
4*1' IWIf Employment
you have cither of theva
The Oiwn n City
'.pen¿<*r Comp toy «if Chi«
a 1. all 1 are
now manufacturing andtlttrfatucing
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fh*fr new K(o«kiti|r Hupporb-ra h>r 1-a«Hr» and
< hi hire», an! their unejualcd Mdrt Hiiwpmd« rw
f'»r Lwlir«, and want reliable fatly agents to sell
them in every household. Otir agems r-vei v-
where meet with rrady «suite«-, and nial c liaiju-
»nine salaries. Write at onte f»-rlcnns anil be*
cure exclusive territory. Ad<li«*ss
by mail, a Golden B om of Goods, that wft
In Ov»« Month .......
than anything als« In America. A”*
lute CatUtaiy. M. Young, it* UiwawtaA »L. N.< I«*
luU CatUiuty. ML Young, 1U GratawI
<*“re" ,1l> SM‘Vr"'i*r €».,<Url»tiaWt Obla.
U.7 Leading PliysUians ret umniend these Supporter,. *f.Q
A WF.EK.il2 adayathonH-^anlly made.
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