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Thinking Aloud in Church.
head we will be pleased to give
li to rial reviews of all
ana tracts of inter*
est that may be sent to this office.]
One of our churches has a some
what eccentric parishioner, who
often affords the congregation much
amusement. He lias a habit of ex
pressing his thoughts aloud w’hen
very much in earnest, never mind
where he may be. His entire
unconsciousness of having thought
aloud is irresistibly funny. Last
Sunday a late comer at church—a
young lady with voluminous skirts
—sought to pass him to get a seat.
As she did so she carried the gen
tleman’s hat, which was on the
floor, some distance. It happened
during a pause in the service, when
there came, slowly and distinctly,
and with an earnestness worthy of
the preacher, that unconscious ejac
ulation : “ Now—where—in—the
girl—taking—^my—hat ?” — From
a Newport letter.
S oo K ish C haracteristics , by Paxton
Hood.—He must be a bold man who
will undertake to portray the character
istics of a Scotchman. He has gener
ally been found too hard a case, one who
could always hold his own against all
comers, and finally turn the laugh upon
his critics. If, however, the work is to
be done at all, there is not a man in
Great Britain, who is so well fitted for
the task as Paxton Hood. No man
knows them better.
He was near
enough to them to Know them intimate
ly ; he was far enough away to be able
to take in tlieir „grand proportions of
character. His wit, humor, sarcasm,
which abound in all his writings, are
apparently couoentrated in this. Some
of the anecdotes we have seen before,
but Mr. Hood tAlls them in such a
quaint way that we find a new interest
in them. The old as well as the young
will be amused and greatly edified.
Published in Funk & Wagnall’s “ Stan
dard Library.” Price, 25 cents.
“ Calling the Cows,” (40 cts.) Mme.
"Kulla ! kulla ! kulla ! kulla !
...Gome home ; tis time for milking !”
This little Swedish song is one of the
c'larming encore pieces that are most
pleasing to lovers of the singing of the
Swedish cantatrice. It is simple and
very pretty.- “ Kathleen Aroon,” (35
cts.-) by Miller Neuhoff, is a new musi
cal version of a favorite Irish ballad.
“ Blackberries and Kisses,” (40 cts.)
by Hatton, carries one directly to the
berry fluids — in pleasant company.
“Sultana Contradanza,” (30 cts.) by
C. E. Pratt. “ Little Flirt Polka,” (30
cts.) by G. Darwin. Two agreeable
piano, pieces. “Shall I wed thee?”
(35 cts.) Words by Bayard Taylor, and
mnsjc by Neuhofl' cannot fail to please,
as words and music are good. “Dia
mond cut Diamond,” (30 cts.) is a play
ful and pretty English song by Caldicot.
The above seven pieces are just pub
lished by Oliver Ditson A Co., Boston.
Those who wish to make their acqnain
tance have only to send the number of
cents above mentioned, and they «’ill
icct ive copies by retifrn mail.
Below we give a partial list of the books we
propose to furnish our readers at publishers rer
tail prices. We would just say in brief that we
are preparod to furnish most anything in the
book line, and will be pleased to receive orders
for same. We will add to this list as our time
and space will allow.
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ries in immortal fame, but by name-«
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Advice To Mothers.
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life for us, and how many little lambs rI11HS COLLEGE IS DEVOTED EXCLU-
1 sively to the preparation of young men lor
have been gathered into his fold. Thia usefulness
in the Church. It is not necessary
vol time is affectionately dedicated by that those who would attend it become preach
ers, though moat of its students do enter the
the author to the children in this ministry.
It is required of those who would enter that
conntry and Great Britain, with the
they be sixteen years of ago, professors of re
prayer that it may be the means of ligion, and havo at least a fair English educa
tion. The College is conducted in close con
gathering many stray lambs into the nection
with Kentucky University, and to all
fold of Christ. Funk & Wagnalls, 10 the classes of the latter our students have
access free of charge. In the College of the
and 12 Dey Street, New York. *
Bible tuition is free, thore are no fees, except
one of $5 for the janitor, coal, etc.
Lord Byron In reference to a beauti-
Good board add lodging can lie had in pri-
fnl lady, wrote to a friend— ‘ Lady----- vato families at from $3 to $5 per week. Those
has been dangerously ill, but now she is who board in the College dormity pay HO per
for their room and from $1.50 to $1.75 per
d mgerously well again.” American year
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Those seeking a good education at little cost,
V. Pierce’s “ Fave rite Prescription,” and
specially those preparing for the ministry,
T. A. LEWIS,
which banishes feminine* weaknesses, would do well to apply tor Catalogue and
and restores the bloom of health. By further informatiorf to
M onmouth , O r ., A gent .
R. GRAHAM, President.
A NEW MAP
1. Family Bibles, different styles, sizes,
with prices from $2.25 to $18.
2. Pulpit Bibles from $6 to $10.
3. Oxford Bunday School Teachers’ Bibles
from $1.50 to $19.
4; Revised New Testament, Compared Edi
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5. Revised New Testament alone $1.80 and
McGarvey’s Commentary on the Acts of the
Commentary on Matthew and Mark, by J. W.
Commentary on Luke, by J. 8. Lamar, $2.
Commentary on Hebrews, by R. Milligan, $2.
Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Ho
mans, by M. h. Lard, $3.
Analysis of the Four Gospels and Acta ; with
Leading Queries and Illustrations, for tho use
of Sunday Schools,.Families, etc., by R. Mili-
lliWWi and Revelation, by R. Milligan, $2.
The Schemo of Redemption, by R. Milligan,
Conybcare and Howsou’s Ene And Epistles of
the Acrostic Paul, $1.50.
The New Biblical Atlas and Scripture Gazet
Lands of the Bible, by J. W. McGarvey, $3.
Nevin's Biblical Antiquities, $1.50.
Nicholl’s Introduction to the Study of the
Schaff’s Bible Dictionary. $2.50.
Freeman’s Hand Book of Bible Manners and
Whitney’s Hand Book of Bible Geography,
Barrnw’s < 'ominmion ta the Bible, $l.G0.
Rawlinson's Historical Illustrations of the
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Walks about Jerusalem, by Isaac Errett, $1.
Talks to Bureaus, by Isaac Errett. $1.
letters to a Young Christian, by Isaac Er
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Thé Heavenward Way, by J. H. Garrison,
Genuineness and Authenticity of the Gospels,
by B. A. Hinsdale, $1.25.
Smith’s Unabridged Bible Dictionary. Ameri
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In fo ir volumes'. Price in Cloth, per set, $20.
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Titas ana Philemon. On the Epistle to the
Hebrews. On the General Epistle of James,
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Barnes’ Notes on the Book'rff Daniel, $1.50.
Barnes’ Notes on the Book of Prophet Isaiah.
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Rev James M. Freeman, 1). D., 50 cents.-
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Brown's Pocket Concordance, 50 cents.
The Lifo and Words of Christ, by Cunning*
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The Life of our Lord upon the Earth, by
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The Sunday School Helper, by J. II. Hardin,
Kinship to Christ, by J. Z. Tyler, $1.50.
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Heroes and Holidays, edited by Rev. W. F.
Story of an Earnest Life, by Mrs. Eliza
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and Henry Exley, $1.50.
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