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Does Prohibition prohibit ? Janies
The colored people of Brooklyn,
. G. Blaine says it does. lie says N. Y., are endeavoring to raise
“ there is no people in the Anglo- money to build a church at San
~ SaXUirworhtTnnong" whom so-smaIl -Dowi ngo- fee 4boir o w n penpip,
an amount of intoxicating liquor is Protestantism is in its infancy in the
consumed as among the 650,000 Island ; • there is not a Protestant
inhabitants of Maine.”
church in the city of San Domingo.
Services are held zfor the colored
In neuralgia Compound Oxygen has people in a <1 welling in the outskirts
been found to act almost like magic.
of the city. So many are attracted
Send to D bs . S tabkby & P alem , 1109
Girard Street, Philadelphia, for their to these services that it is necessary
Treatise on Compound Oxygen, and to erect a building. The Govern-
learn what remarkable things are being ment of Sun Domingo will donate a
done for this class of sufferers. It will suitable lot as soon as fu^ds are se-*
be mailed free.
curec or the buihling.
A little thing done for Christ is
better than vague purpose to do
great things for him hereafter.
While you dream, time vanishes.
I, , tali,i rarrtraiin,xi.-..i -nn,»,,.
Advice To Mothers.
M bs W inslow ’ s S oothing S ybup should al
ways be used when children are cutting teetn.
It relieves the little sufferer at once: it pro-
~arrewr~ n at u ririr- q wiet ■ slee p- -b y r eUa v in g ■ lh a.
child from pain, and the little cherub awakes
as “ bright as a button. -* It ia very pleasant
it soothes the ehild, softens the
gums, allays pain, relieves wind regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy for
diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
other causes. Twenty-five cts. a bottle. 13-20-ly
It is the double motive that,
makes the smallest doings perilous;
that takes us out of the track of
Providence concerning u% and puts
us where we have no business to
be., Single-beartodness, alone, goes
Bafely even among trivial things.
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Do your bestall the time. The
.ui!ad.Afinnniny in the World H to
half do a thing. 11 satisGes nobody,
neither the-giver nor the receiver.
Do your bast!— Ex.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidncyj and
It has speciflo action ca this most important
omn. ppnl.ling it to tlx.~ow off torpidity and
inaction, stimulating tlieTieainiy^BecieUo:! SY
the Bile, and by keoping the' bowels in free
condition, effecting its ragular disci largo.
J o m I
If you aresulferiiig from
■wa Cl3<11 IO ■ malaria, have tho clulla-
arc bilious, dyspeptic, er constipated, Kidpcy-
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In the Cpriny to clenuno the Syritcm, e very
one should take & thorough oourse of it.
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M b . R obt . 8. A m men :—Enclosed you
will find your proposal for advertising
aooepted. I have aU the advertisements
the Bulleton can well carry, but recent
ly we hud an epidemic of cheat and dis-
'eases, and your medicine (AmmeD’s
Cough Syrup) was used in my family
with good results, though my faith iu
all sorts of so-called patent medicines is
little indeed. That it did good iu this
case, however, I believe, and for that
reason will advertise it. If you will
take the trouble to glance over the c<d-
ums ol the Bulleton you will discover
they are clean from all nostrums and
quack remedies, thoiigh applications
reach me almost every week for space.
C. M ulholland ,
Greenville. Cui. Editor Built ton
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rpHTS IS A LARGE EIGIIT-PAGE WEEKLY that those who would attend it become preach
J devoted to the advocacy and defence of ers, though most of its students do enter the
Apostolic teaching and practice. “ Ask for the ministry.
Old-Paths, and walk therein ” is its motto, its
It is required of those who would enter that
pracTice dTid 11B UWlilii#:.. ite.. wsAtes k puru. “tttey bo o rir toon yoars ef ° Ha, pr<i feasors of rc-
safe, fresh and sparkling. Its make up ih order ligion, and have at least a fair English educa-
ly, neat, attractive and. on excellent paper. A tion. The College is conducted in close con
specimen copy will satisfy all of the above, and nection with Kentucky University, and to all
will cost you but the time and postal card on the classes of the latter our students havo
which the request is made. Address the Pub access free of charge. In the College of the
lishers. See “Our Principles,” and “Our Bible tuition is free, thero are no foes, except
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Good board and lodging can lie had in pri
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Hopeless Epilepsy Cured
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restorative of hearing wore discovered by a
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ilt ai Uh.it the Deaf Say J
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I have no unearthly noises iu my head and
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My deafness helped a great deal—think an
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