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Tim KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1895.
THE CHIEFTAIN OF ALL TIME,
inn mutmmntiMi imtitt: or am.
Dr. Iiitiiiitgc iiillmit I hi' lltiir) of Hip Clirttt
Ihe lufplrlng Itiiinr M t.lf llio ul
Jcct of it Mint ( luiriittrrlMIc
DlMiiiinc b) Hip I'Ii
w York, Sept. 1. rot hla Mrrrion for
" - firi-ioon, Hv. Dr. Tnlmage (select a
t . vvhuh mint prove full of Inspiration
t ) I hr -I atv everjltherc The title- ot Jill
. . ir l. "The fhlefrtmn," nnd the
I I' ' The chlefest among tin thousand."
in 1 V .Irt.
i .e iuct conspicuous diameter of hl
t n n n out upon thp platform. The.
hiitr v liloh, dtnmonded vv ith light, pointed
t.vwii to him from the Hethlehpm ky,
was ci. y a rnt mention of the flnwr of
jrci h. . J . the linger of genealogy, tho tin
ner of eh torn logy, tho flnget ot events
nit llv, linger pointing in one direction.
C.in-i. i the overtopping figure of nil time.
He Is tin "vox humnhti" In alt limbic, the
hl.t cfiiitst line in nil sculpture, the most
(.xqjl-ltc mingling of light nnd xhndes In
. i l aJiUng, the acme of nil litrmxe. the
j. ;nc of nit cnthcdrnlcd grnndeuf, nnd the
i r r.i i jii of all liingungo.
Th Uif.k alphabet If made Up of twrn
t) fj'ir ii'it t r-s. tmdnhen OhrHt compared
Ii.iihi if to the nut li t.tr nnd the bust tet
ter, tho Alpha nnd the omega, he appio
pr.att J to hluwelf nit the epleneiora Hint
J'i n can spell out, either with those two
if trs or all the letters lptMeii them: "I
am the Alpha and the. Omega. th begin
lilnsr find the end."
W hut u( h thU Scripture mean vdilch
MVb of Christ, "ll1 thnt rometh from
nbovc M nbuvo nil'' II means after )ou
have jilted up all Alpine nnd Illmaln)nii
n.titu leu, the glory of I'hrNt Mould hae
tD hprtn.l its wings and elecend a thou
nn li igtie to touih thoe immmits
IV lion, a Mull mountain ot Themmt) ; Uuu
a high, mountain, and ol) mpus a high
mount i'ii but m) tholog) tells us when
tho cm 'a Marred against the gods tho
plied up these thtec mountain, nnd from
the tup of tin m proposed to scale the
k it i"-i lmt the height wn not gnat
enough nnd there na. a complete failure.
And uft r all tin' glant Isaiah and l'aul.
jir ji h l. nml upo'tolii' giant: Itaphnel
and .Micl.il ,ngdo, urtWtle gtnnts, cher
ul.m and v niphlm and urchnngel, cehs
ti il giants line fnlhd to climb to the
tap of LhiiHt-! glorv they might all well
unite in the word of l'aul, and cry out
"Above nil" "Above all!" mil ssoiomon
In tn) tct prefers to calls Chris.. "Tin.
CliU ftain " nnd -o to-dnv I hall Him
first. Christ must b chief In our prench
Ing. There are ho many books on homl
litliR scattered through the country that
nil la j men. an well as all i lerg) men, have
male tip tialr minds what sermon-- ought
to be. That sermon Is the most crfictunl
vhlch most iiointedb puts foith Christ as
the pardon ot all nln "ind the toir-itlun of
nil evil -Individual, hoi inl, political, nation
al. There Is no reaon vvh ve -hould
rinjr the endle. ch.ingev on a tow plirn"es
There are thOBe vvlio tlilnlc that if an a
hortntlou ot n discourse have frequent
mention of Justification, Runctlllentlan cov
enant of vorks and covenant of K'an
therefore It must be ptofoundl .viinctl
Unl, while the are stlpli lous of a uls
coure v hlcli presents the same truth but
under different phrnseolocv. Now, I .iy
there Ik nothing In all the opulent realm of
Anglo-Saxonlsin, of nil the word tnasuies
that we inherited from the Latin and the
Greek and the Indo-I.moptnn, but we have
n rlcht to in irshal It In r llelous discus
sion Christ hets the e-ampli . Jlis Illus
trations wen from the st iss the llowers,
the bnrnard fowl, the crystals of -.alt, n.
vi ell as from the ko.is and the stais; and
vw do not propns. In our Sundaj school
teachlne and in our pulpit address to be
put on the limits
I know that there Is a prent de il said In
our da.v nijalnst words, ns though they
were nothing They mi) be misused, but
they have an Imperial powtr Thej are
th bridge between soul and soul, betwe-n
Alinlght God and the human lute What
i'Id God write upon the Ubl.s of stone'
Words What did. Christ utttr cm Jloiint
Olivet'' "Words Out of what did Christ
ttilke the spark for tho Illumination of
the universe' Out of worts ' Let there
he llKht ' nd light was Of course
thought Is the cargo, and words are only
the sh p but hoiv fast would vour caigo
get on without the ship" Whit vou need,
my friends, in all your work, In jour P.ib
bath s hool class. In sour reformntoiy In
stitutions, und whit we all ned, Is to on
large our voinbularj when w. come to
speak nbout (Jod and Chr'st and heaven
We ride i few old words to death, when
theie is sin h Illimitable 11 source. Sh.ike-t-pe.iri
emiilojed I'.bTH) dirier,-nt words for
di irnnth purposes, Milton implixed SDH)
different winds for po.tli puipose. Itufus
choatt (!inpUij(d,ov(i 11 ODii ,1 ir ri nt woids
for K.al purposih, i,ut the must of us have
1ps than a thousand word that we can
mannge, nnd that makes us so stupid
When we come to set forth the love of
Christ wo are noIng to tnki the tendf rest
lihrasp iloftv wherever we find It, nnd If It
has n. ,r been used In that direction be
for .ill tin more shall w. use It When
vvo . .mie ti speak of tlu clory of Chilt
the .iHiu.ror we nie kolng to draw our
i- mil. s i rim triumphal ari li and oratorio
4i r I ck.i thing giand and stupendous Tho
1 n r, h nnvv have i ightct n tl igs by uhlch
thev i s Knal. but those eighteen Hags
thi v n tut into bG.ouo dltf. rent combl
n i i r And I have tu tr II nu that theso
sianiii I oi the i ross mn be lifted Into
.ml nati .ns Infinite and vanelleb, eer
laai ti - 1 let me s.i to these joung
men who onie from the tin ologlcul semi
naries int i our servins and tire after
nvvlult 1 1 n n pie.nh Jesus Christ- You
wi 1 have i in limest llbei ty and unllmiti d
re.sour ( ,m only have to present Christ
In v tir own wa.
Hrifclu. i than the light, fresher than
the fouin ilns, deeper th in the seas, are ull
thest i.osp, l thi mes. hong has no melody,
How rs ru i-WittiiPss, sunset .sky no color
jmpari I with these Klorlous themes
These Inn vi its of grate spring up iiuiiker
than we , ,n sickle them Kindling pulpits
v ih th. t tire, and prodiulng revolutions
w th t'u ir power, lighting up djlng beds
with tin ir glor), they are the sweetest
thoiignt fir the poet, and they are the
most thrill ng illustrailon for the orator,
nn I th o.fi r the must Intense stene for
the ii. im ami they nn to tin ambassador
of th. sk ill i ntliubliism Complete par
don fir iliust guilt. Swiftest comfort for
Knasiinsi i,;onj iirignust nope lor grim
en wi u nn ijianuts
st resurrection for
nv vihat a Gospel to
darkest s, pulehi.
pit h' ( brist the ( (ilef Uls birth. His
suit ruic IIih mliaufis. Ills parables. Ills
tin it His tears, Ills blood. His atone
ment His lntfdc. sslcn what glorious
it n s' lio w ixiitlae fultli? Christ is
lis bjit. n we have lovi ' It fastens
iin. Ksia llavii we a fondness for tho
chuicir It Is liccnuse Christ died for it.
Have we a hope of henveti' It is because.
Jesus went there, the herald and the fore,
runner The royal r.ihe of Ui metritis was
so costly, so beautil.il, that after he lud
put It off no one ever dand put it on; but
this robe of Christ rblur than that, the
poorest aid the weukrsi and tho worst
may wmr "Whire sin abounded, grace
may mm b more abound "
oh iu sins, my "ins' ' said Martin
T.uiln r to Stuunlt, "inv sins, my sins!"
The fa't Is th it the lmiwn German slu.
dent hi I f mnd a Latin Ilible that made
him on ike and .'iiithing ( Ise ever did
in ike li in quaki , nml when he found how,
through ChiUt.he wes pirdontd and saved,
Ji M u a filenJ t.niiiif Comi over
ni 1 Join us trnut and awful sinners saved
li the fir i of God, Inn seem to be only
a )en ler sinner, and juu don't nun h e.
tol the m ri y of God. bin w that have
b( n sn h ri awtil s'nn.r-. ru line His
gra. e H niure now that n m bc.n
relenm d" Cm It be that Jon ie s,o des
perate ly fKotlnttc.il that on fn yourself
In (ir-t rati spiritual trim an I that from
the rl of tho hair to the tip of the lot
ju an siarless and fmmai ulau ' Want
,ox ril la a Iookri-Klass aid hur u is
n mo iiime i-ooi ana wr ti ne i t
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulUran,
AO YEARS Trig STANDARD,..
fi in th
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nip of th. f i
full if win- Is ml pi nflnir ors Si
htal'h In n An 1 Ci ' like th" fa t tint
Chnt i-ithin I up ill tin nntrs ngnliit
us ant pill th-m ntH llwn 0IT red u tin
ruelpt nl In niu h we nnd lllm In
our sorrow Yv e an in U pendent of elr
iiimstanirs If wp have his trace. Whv,
he ma !e Paul mj In the ilnnmori, and
under that Ktiue t John from desolate
t'ntrmw. hentd the blast of the apoenlvptl
titimpets After all othu cnndlta nave
been stnifrnl out, this Is the light that get
brighter nn I hrightit- unto the Jverfect dav ,
and after, itivl-r thp hard hoofs of calam
ity, all the pools of worldlv injoyment have
been tratnplnl into diep mire, ot the font
of the eternal roi k the christian, from
i ups of granite Illy rlmrmd, pttta ottt the
thirst of hi soul ,
Again 1 remark, that Christ Is chief In
dving alleviations. I have not any svtnpa
thy with th morbldU) abroad about our
demise. The emperor of Crmmanllnople
arranged that on the da) of hi cotonntion
the stonemason should iome and ron-mlt
him nbout the totnlt'tons that after awhile
he would neiil. And there are mt'h who are
monomnnlai il nn the subject of depnrtur'
fMItt this llfp by death, and the more thev
think of It the le the) are prepared to go.
This to an nnmanllness not worthy of )ou,
not worthy of m,
Snladln, the greatest conqueror of his
rlnv, while dying, ordiud that th tunic he
had on him he carried aftei his death on
his spear at the liea 1 of his nrmv, and tli it
then the soldier, ver nnd anon, should stop
and saj . "I ehoid all that Is left of paladin
the emperor and conqueror' Of nil the
st ties he conquered, or all th wealth he nc
i unnilatcii. nothing did he retain but this
shroud" J have no sympath) with such
behavior, or sui h absttid demonstration, or
with much that we htar utterfd In regnrl
to departure from this lire to thp neM.
There Is a commonsenslcal Idea on this sub
Jei t thnt sou need to consldet thre are
only two stvles elf departure, A thousand
fed underground, by light of torch, tolling
In a miners shaft, a ledge of loek mnv
fall upon us ti ti,l wo mn die a mlncr'
death Tar out nt sea, railing from th
rllpperj latllnes nnd biokin on the hal
liards, we mil) die a salloi's death. On
mlpsion r mcrcv In hospital, amid brokin
bones and reeking leprosies and raging
fevers, we ma) die n philanthropist's denth.
On the field or battle, serving (lod and our
mimtiv, sings through the henrt. the gun
larrlage may roll over us, and we mnv die
a patriot's dffitli. Hut. nftei till, there ate
mil) two t)les ot depaiture the death of
the ilghteous and the death of the wicked
and we nil want to die the formei
i tod grant that when thnt hour comes
)ou may be at home. You want the hand
or )our kindred In your hand. ou want
)our children to surround )ou l oil want
the light on jour pillow from f)cs that
lisive long- rellei ted vuur lovi on want
)our room still, Vou do nat want nil)
curious stningi r standing .noun 1 watching
)ou Yeyu w.mt vour kindred fiom nfai to
In ir )our last pr.i)er. I think that Is the
wish ot all of us. Hut I-. that all? Can
enrthlv- friends hold us up whin the bil
lows of death come up to the glnUe7 Can
human voice innrm op-'iv heavens Rate'
Ojn human hand pilot us through the narrow-!
of ib.tth inu, heavens harbor' Can
nnv earthl) frlendshlji shlild us fiom the
nirows of diath, and in the houi when
Satan hall practlie upon us hts infernil
archer)? N'o, n, no, no' Alas! poor soul,
ir that Is nil. Better die In the wllduiifss,
fur from tree l adow and fiom fountain,
alone, vultures circling thiouh tho air
waiting for our bod), unknown to men,
and to have no bull ll. If only Christ could
s.iy through the "olitudee, "I will never
have- thee, I will novel forsake thee."
riom that pillow of stor.- n ladder would
"oat heavenward, angels coming and go
ing, and across the -olltude and the bar
lenness would lome the sweet mites of
Garden Hall, fat from home, d)lng In
the door ot a heathen temple, said. "Glor)
to Thee, O God!" What did dving Wllber
foue T) to his wife-' "Come and sit be
side me, and let us talk of heaven. I never
krtvv what happiness was until I found
Clnlst" What did d)lng Hannah More
-a) ? "To yn to heaven, think wh it that Is'
To go to Chilst, who died that 1 might
live' Oh, glorious grive' Oh, what a
Sknlous- thing It Is to die' Oh, the love of
Christ, the love or Christ" What did Mr.
Toplad), the great h)iin-inalei, sa) in
his lait hour.' "Who can measure the
dipths of the third heaven' oh, the sun
shine that 11IN m) soul! 1 'hall soon be
gor.", foi surclv no one can live ill this
world after such gloiles as God lufe mani
fested to mj soul "
What did the d) lug .laneway ay? "I
can as easily die ns close my e)es oi turn
my head In sleep Before n 'few hours
have pissed 1 shall stand on Mount Zlon
with the one hundred and forty und four
thousand, and with the Just men mule
perfect, and we shall ascilbe riches
and honor and glory and majesty nnd do
minion unto God and the Lamb " Ur Tay
lor, condemned to burn at the stake, on
his vvnv thither broke nvvav from the
gunidsmen and went bounding- and leap
ing and Jumping toward the lire, clad to
go to Jesus and to die for him hir Charles
Hare, in his last moments had such iapt
urous vision that he died "1'pw ml, up
ward, upwind'' And "o great was the
peace of one of Christ's dlscltdes that lie
put his linger upon the pulse in his wrist
and counted It, nnd obsirved It, nnd so
gieat was his placldlU that after awhile
he said "Stopped!" and his life had ended
here to begin in heav.n But grander than
mm, was tne tistlmon) or the woinout
ilrst mlssionar), when, in the Mamertine
dungeon he erlid" "1 am now ready to bo
offered and the time of my departure Is at
hand; I have fought the good light, I have
finished my couise, I have kept the faith,
henceforth there is laid up for mo a crown
of ilghteousness which the Lord, the
righteous Judge, will give me In that day,
and not to me onl), but to all them that
love His appearing" Do )ou not see that
Christ Is chief in d)lng all viations"
Ton aid the last hour of our eaithly resi
dence We arc speeding When I si e the
sunset I snv, "une da) bss to live " When
I see the spring blossoms stuttered, 1 say,
'Another season gone forever1' When I
close the Bible on Sabbath night. I say,
"Another Sibbuth departed" When I
bur) u friend, I say, "Another enithl) nt
trut tlon gone forcvir" What nimble feet
the years have The roebu. Its and the
lightnings run not so fast Trotn deiade
to dicade. from sky to sky, the) go at n,
bound. There Is a place for us, whtthtr
marked or not, where- you and I will sleep
the last sh ep. uud the men uie now llvlnt'
who will, with solemn tread, currj lib to
our lestlng place Ave it Is known in
heaven whether our dmaiture will be a
coronation or a banishment O.lghter than
a banqueting hall through which the light
loot of the duniers go up and down to tho
sound of trumpeteis will be tho sepulcher
through whose rifts the holy light of henv
tn stnameth. God will nntth )ou. Ho
will si iid his angels to guard your slnmlx r
Ing dust until, at Christ behest, they
shall lull away the stone.
-,?v,' alfo. Christ Is chief In heaven. The
Bible distinctly sajs that Christ Is tho
chief tin me of the celestial ascription, all
the thrones fai ins His iluoni. nil the
palms waved before ills face.all the ciowns
down at Ills feet, cherubim to cherubim,
seraphim to seraphim, n deemed spirit to
lode.med spirit, shall recite the Saviour's
Stand on soma high bill of heav en, and
In nil the radiant wiep tho most glorious
objeit will be Jisus M)riads gazing on tho
siais of Ills sulTeilng, in sileme tlrst, aft.
irward breaking forth Inta acclamation.
I he maitvrs, all the purer foi the llnme
through whle h they passed, will say, "This
is tli Jesus for whom vv died " The npos.
ties, ull the happier for ilu shipwreck and
the scourging through which thiy went,
will sav, 'ThU Is the Jesus whom we
pn adied at Corinth, and at Cappadada,
und at Antlodi. and at Jerusalem'1 Little
children, dad in white, will say, "This Is
the Jesus who took us In JIN arms nnd
blessed us, and, when the storms of tho
world were too cold and loud brought us
into this beautiful place" The miiltiu.de
of the ben ft will sa, "This is the Jesus
who outlined us when our heart broke"
Many who w indered dear olf from God
and plunged into vagabondism but were
saved l hiaie, will sui "This Is the
Jisus who pardoned us. Wo were loit on
the mountains, mil He brought us home.
Wo were gulltv and lie ha made us white
us snow." Mere), boundliss, gtaco utipai
alleleil And then, utui e,ie!i our lias ie.
cited his pei nil ir deliverances and peculiar
merd'b, leclted them as by solo, ull the
v oli is will ( omc tot thsr Into a gieat
dnius, wlilrli will make the utclus echo
in I r-eiho with the eternal reverbera
tion of trlumpn.
fdw nd 1 was so anxious to go to the
Hoij Land that when he was about to ex
pile he bequeathed JIUO.OM to have bis
In irt, after his decease, taken to the Holy
laud In Asia Minor and his request was
.mplle'd with Hut there are hundreds to-
i) whost hearts are nlieady In the Holy
Lin J gf luaven. Wbeie join tuasun-s
n. there are )uur hearts also. Quaint
Juliti Bun) an euiibt a glimpse ot that
plate ami In hi quaint wa he said: "And
I heaid in my dream, and. lo, the bells of
the di) rang again for Jo ; and ns thev
;ipi ned the gates to let In the mvn I looked
In after thum, and lo! Hi It) shoiiu like
ilu sun. and there wets ..itets ot gold,
an 1 nun walked on them, harps in their
lui ti- to riii,. pi iL-cs withil. uud ufter tliat
tl! hut u,j tin tm vvhuh when had
t n I wlsiied n.) si If among thc-m!
Jlci. pllou li, (ti.itriior ICeiifrow,
BUoitn Spilngs. Ark., Sept I (Special )
Governor W. C. Heiifrow, wlju and daugh-
t r, of Oklahoma, who uro spending j, p.ut
ct lb r summer vacution bete, were teu-
r I a . r(t.tion at tin residence of Con-
i 11) Iicrrington presl 1 nt of the Farm-
i ' bn.k. last ieiiii' .v largi number
ot r pie intitlve ltiii rs attended Thi
fcovtriioi i s i. i j,, Arkansas twent) live
VaiS IiriCr to hl.s IlBIIjijI in (llfl.ilinrn.i In
i mo. ' ' e---.. , ...
t il ie nn hlii ii I
OUR BOOK TABLE,
hat tt riirsiMii) iiv thi: ri n
!.iiit:its mm vm.lk.
Itrstilt nf Mlernry Uork ns "-bnwii
li) the JpH Honks 1 li it Aro on
the 1'iiIiIUIii rs' vlu1es
l.lli rury ntes.
an nrllelo which will nppear In the
September I'orum, Mr. I'rederlo Harriott
w riles ns follows regarding George Knot's
place tu literature.
"It Is to me a ttuly melancholy duty to
have to admit that so much In the nobis
(oneeptlons ahd rb h thoughts of George
Kllot wns not a romplplc success In ulti
mate execution and that, In great meas
ure, becntw Hip conception and aim were
so great nnd the execution so profoundly
conscientious. I knew her well; I wns
iimongst those who hud the deepest regard
for her mental power and her mornt In
sight. 1 nltvays recognized her ns one of
the bet nnd most cultured mlndn of het
time. I had grent faith In her Judgment,
and could tespect hot courage even when 1
lepudlated her convictions Hut t never
was one ot thop who exaggerated her
gifts ns tin nrtlst I never coul 1 count
anything later than 'Silas Mann r' as a.
complete and uuqualllleil masterpiece,
(borge I'.IIot wns a most thoughtful artist,
but she was mole of i thinker than an ar
tist, he was nlwa)s mote the artist whin
lie was least the thinker, and when she
loncplved ,i work of att In lipr stibllmist
aspirations (as uotablv In 'The pini-h
Gil's') slip ahvii)s makes us doubt if she
wiie an artist at all. She was an urtlst,
and the )ounger gemrntlons will make an
unpardonable eiror If they fall to do Jus
tin' to the permanent survival of her best
and larllesi work Thev will also be utility
or tinpiron.ible blindness It the) fall to note
how complete!) she stands above nil her
coutemporar) ilvals In romance, in
thought, In know ledge, in nobility ot mm.
She ulscd the whole url of romance into a
higher plane of thought, of culture and of
philosophic grasp. 'I lie art of romance, In
the widest nn I loftiest sense of the term,
Is even yet In Its Infancy. Ancient lltera
tuie, medieval literature, knew nothing of
It Nor Indeed did modern literature en
tlrelv com i Iv ii It In all Its fullness until
the dns or l.i sage, I'.icnaruson, i iciuing
and Goldsmith. Nn), we ma) s.av that Its
power was not quite reveahd befote Scott.
Goethe, Manzonl. Jane Austen, Balzac and
George band Its sttbtlet). Its flexibility.
Its rapidly for iinal)tlc research, its va
rlet) ot range, mid facility for i caching nil
hearts and all minds .ill this is simply in
calculable. And we may be sure that tho
alar of romance In Its best sense li is not
)et reiched its renllh. It Is the ait of the
future and an art wherein women are
quite as like!) to reign as men. It nould
be tieison to nit to pretend that Georgo
Hllot came near to such perfection. But
she had certain qualities that none of 1 er
piedecessots had quite possessed, and she
strove for .an ideal which may one da) be
come something more than a dream a
dt earn that as )et eludes and escapes fiom
the mind as it struggles to grasp it and
Itobert S Illchcns, the author of "The
Grei n Carnation," Is bare!) SO jears ot
age, but he Is said to have ciowded enough
bird work Into that time for a man of tA
Hi wiote n novel whui he was 17, and
though it was not a ver) good one, lie mic
cetded In sei lug it In print. He started
life with the intention of being n musician,
but he soon weutled of the task and wtnt
into journalism "The Collaborators" was
the title of his tlrst shoit storv, which ap
peared in tho Pall Mali Mag nine In lWi
he went fo i:g)pt for his health, and i,t
was the sight ot the pvramlds that gave
him his idea of the plot or "An Imaslnallve
Man" Whethei he described his own
emotions In the experiences ot the hero ot
that unsavorv tale he onl can tell It Is
consldeied npt unllkel) that Mr. Illchcns
will visit America this fall.
The lack of logic in the works of rrun) ot
our best authors Is made the subject of
nn article In the Critic. "Recent novels."
the Critic sa), "have besieged us with
bad logic or eveiv x at let), until our brains
have whirled, and only our Inalienable in
stincts have -aved us from hopeless con
fusion of right with wrong The p. nniless
hero has confided to our ears the Impossi
bllitv of Justlf) Ir.g his sense of honor in
m.arning the devoted hcirest. who would
count her sold as dross compared to hap
piness with him, and we have vvalted lm
.patiently with her for advantages to be
equalised, either by the los of a fortune
on her part or the making of one on hit.
Wo have felt inclined to -hake the ultra-hlgh-mlndeil
maiden', who rejected a de
sl'.ible suitor for the sole lea'on that one
of her relatione had done something dis
1 ouorable, ard we have tendered our con
gratulations, nfter chapters of mutual
narninss. when finally an accommodating
relative of his broke a commandment, thus
balancing the delicate tcale We have
listened moie times than (an be counted
to the obstinately unselfish girl who
mourned over a necessity (irxlsiblc to us)
of giving up her lover to a sister of heis,
As to the unsound logic of wrdded pairs
in fiction, no reader could keep up v. Ith
It not Infrequently happens trat a story
teller who makes a hit wita n tlrst book
writes a second which proves a dismal
failure, nnd the chunies, ,ir t.iat the pub
lisher, who "never takes any r'sk"-meaning
b) the quoted phtase not using the
works of an) but well knovvu writers suf
fers b) the transaction. This Iras Oi
curred netaln and again during the Inst
few )ears, though the London Authors'
Society declares the thing impoi-inle The
sodcty ma) one da) discover thnt the
more popular the writer the greater the
risk. Meanwhile, publishers here have
made a resolution "to pav no fani-y prices
for tho Amerlian mniket" to foreign
outhors. Commi nting on this decision, the
London Publish i' C'lr ular makes tho
following remarks, showing its approval
of the resolution! "it is said that the
American publishers are beginning to ine
the bargains they have been makiiiJ' with
fome Hngllsh authors, and, for the future,
have decided to bu) no manuscript simply
on the writer's reputation Hvldiantly
there Is not mudi In a pnme to soino peo
ple. Yet the practice of n tiding n book
before bu)lng It might advantageously be
followed outside! ot the I'nlted States."
The Bookman, though the latest of our
m. iv magnzlnes, has. already taken Its
plaie In the mi of the new journalism, by
which we mean the Journalism which Is
breaking through the pinvlnoi llitlr of our
Iieriuilie.il lite ratine, and is adjusting Its
mtthnds to the meds of a new gt-neiatlon.
Pt.ertlng out on bold and original lines It
has ndx'anced ami improved with each
successive 1-Mie. It has not onl) tilled a
wnna, but has created a new field for
liself. The test of ti new magalne la
when It enpounters the old element. estab
lished bv tradition, und vvhldi It must
transmute Into new forms and luvtst with
fresh force ami nivelt), if It lb to piove
attiactlve and' acceptable. In the July
number, which Is Just out, this test Is will
sustained In the quality of the work doi.o
It. book reviews.
"A Soldier of rortune." fiom the clever
and attractive pin of Mrs L. T. Meade, Is
of absorbing Interest and marked powir.
The stoiy Is niturally told, nowhere trans,
grassing the piobabiliiks, and iiti an e
lellint moral tone to It. it relates the love
of an Hnglitfh journalist tor an ntiiaetive
but unrestrainedly Impulsive girl, whoso
volatile natuie is in sharp contrast with
the strong natuie and high Ideals of anoth
er girl, who was the school pla)mnte of
the Journalist, and who suppresses her love
for him in lavoi or hi r unworth) rival
t a itlsis In the stoi), Nell) Brown in
uiMii s ami catties tlu da), though with
nn abnegutinn and iinscllUhuess that do-s
hei honor There Is a capital plot to the
stor), whldi Is as admlrablv wrought out
as It Is well toii'elved, Tin characters
aie drawn with unusual sklll.and thcli sev
ii.it feu tun's nie followed with a genuine
and wholesome tnteiest The stoi) should
have a lug" and will spread sale among
tlitike who appied ite an Interesting but
not ovei'Sensattauat duincstlc novel.
Three books in buckiam O. W Hilling
ham sends out three prtttily hound books,
whU'h will Imd read) sale along wth the
class of piodut tlons that come fiom the
pn"s of the same publisher The first Is
'"I ho l)l igreeable Woman," by Julian
Starr On reading Miss llarraikn's ld)l,
"Shins Tha. l'asn ill ihe Niehl." It nrm.
un.im np Kent s.te.iruii? ne uiu noc wain.
eurrfd tu the writer of this book that ifrj
mere wire disagrees tie men there weie
disagreeable, women too, and In defense ot
his owu sex he under look to visit an at
tai k upon the other He has made a il ad
able ljok ami may be aeci edltc-d with ac
complishing a measure of the purpose he
hail in vbw The not of these three buck
ram books will h we i ik,. up Ii the"l'ivate
Letters of a lr' nch. Jin in," by Mile rol
daiioll s h, Kieiich ,uciness There is
mot" 'fol-d-rol' in this book than any.
thing i l-e, but the litttis am piquant, with,
out bdng c'Gjisi, and ale such as to Insuiu
readers whether a reading is calculated to
( outer any beiieuflt to the reader or not
Thin w have, as the tjilrd number, "The
Ulsagiteable Man" a fair onset to the
11 1' dt one of the thue. It Is Just such a
hook as the averau, novel reader likes to
1 p Into foi an hour t pastime, ami Is a good
inipjinon piece to the othet two books of
th trio, i
. 'JJoetoc Hathcta's Daughters," Angther
i rv of Virp'f a Mr M ire J Holmes I
pi 'till wn . r an
ll 1 -I III milt li
wdi Iv read nti 1
Will nr oi
1 r a lmlrers ar mw
I t I iiisp nf ali i
tn number It is
dramatic g ft.
f l she Is lint a ci. it i .Vilist It l more
I au"e her i li mi t ar nlwav lifelike
aid becnusp hi mik them talk and net
Ilki tin man bong-
nbiPt lo the same
mitltlons. emotion m vptt bv the same
pilons, artd iictint 1 In the same motives
which ar common union men ami women
of evervrffiv rxltiu Shp Is pspeclnllv
happy Ih isjNrnviii domestic life and her
slorles all have a stromi and healthy do
mestic flavor. Her list story is no ex-ctp-tloh
lo lh lute It l a novp In four nnrts.
a story of lire in oil irglnln. beginning
since thp war and i nmlng down to recent
date, with pleasing diameters nnd n happy
denouement, sin h n l tdlshed bv the lov
ers of stories of the ion written by Mrs.
Holmes. The intrust nf the rendpr Is en
listed at once and sustained Ih every page.
"The Great Hebate " The complete rp
Iiort of the silver libnte between Uoswell
O Jlorr and W If ITarvev. Incomnlele nnd
veiv unsatlafadoty nccounts of which wore
given to the public through the medium ot
the Associated Pre, is now out In book
form! price, V) cents The book will un
doubtedly meet with a great demand, for
both sides of the all Impoilatu question are
set foi tli In Its pages with more foice nnd
In more comprehensive detail thati in ah)
other publication to be had.
"Passion's Preum " This ! a tragedy In
blnnk V'prsc by V. Hovd Sample. It is
adapted to presentation by a few charac
ter", the tlrst part b.v an "Hngllsh noblp
mm," and the scene Is upon the estate of
that Individual, where a robber band Is
made eonspli uou In Ihe groupings. To
the reader It Is an Intel etlng story. It
has good situations, plent) of action and a
fund of herloc movement.
Three novels In paper come from O. W
nilllnghnm. nml r Hip following titles "A
Modern Pharisee " by Hduard de Hop,
".l.aignl," by Vk tor Hugo, and "A lllm k
Adonis," by Albert Boss l,A Hint k Adon
is ' Is a tine love stor. In vvhldi a xery
nice girl Is brought forwnrd. There nre
friends of the hero who help or hinder him
In his wooing according to their several
objects The black Adonis Is n strange ne
gro lad, who nspires to things .above his
reach, and wields an Influence over a cult
ured family that is, till the Inst chapter,
very ni)sterloiis. The story Is ontlrel) out
of the common.
Lnrger nnd better than ever, Current
History for the second quarter of
lv,ij has nnpt ire J. In every respect
Us standard of carefulness of com
pilation, uttractlvmess ot treatment, edl
toilil Impattlallt), and breadth ot view Is
full) in ilntalned. The present number be
erlns with an nrtlde on "Argon nnd Its
Discoveries," giving In full the hlstor) of
the Investigations of Lord Bu)Ielch and
Professor limns ij, a simimarv of all that
Is vet known of the new constituent of the
atmosphere, lllutrited with portraits of
the dl-coverers, drnntiurs of apparatus and
photoginphs of the spectra of argon To
teachers and scientists this article alone
is wen worm tne prke ot .1 vears un
scrlptlon. Published by Garretson, Cox
Co, J.cvv Yolk.
The cloie of the vacation e.ascn is slc
nalired b) the appearance of the September
number of St. Nicholas Ba)s and girls
vdll nnd In Its pages much that will sup
plement pleasantlv the lessons learned in
the class rooms, li. Witt C. Leckwood con
tributes a pnpi r d ribinp the establish
ment of a carrier pigeon mall service b
iv.een Los Angeles and the Island of santa
Catillna u sumnn r resort off the coast of
c.lliroinla. James Baldwin has one of the
legendnrv stoibs !) which he l bst
knonn, "The Ship or the Plains." telllnu of
the wonderful hor-e that Poseidon gave to
the Greeks and how the eit) of Athens
got its name. Theodore Roosevelt, tn hi
Hero Talcs from Vmerican Hlstor) " has
one of tho most thrilling chapters In war
fare that gave th terrible battlecrv. ' Re
member tho Alamo Mrs Candace Wheel
er In "An Ont.oia Visitor,' records her
Indignation at a hi z blaek bear that ate
up her delicious j i
Mr Labouchi rf writes. "More than
fourteen years tin dipsed since tho death
of Carl) Ie.betim it oi curred to some
worthv fanatics ti purchase his house by
subscription. In ot r that it might be pre
served ns a in mortal. Torbear, poor
fools' would h iv i 1 nn Carl) le's own com
ment upon th's if of fatult) The
house has uti Ii r. n man) vicissitudes
since Carl) le's i ith an I its contents
were sold and -prsd manv vears ago.
while It has l i ilu r"d in "nil kinds of
vvavs. The per al mi morlals of Carlvle,
which are dlspl id in his foimer dressing
room are ot most paltry character,
consisting ot a battered trunk, a walking
stick, a vvretol.e I tin bath, a stovepipe hat
(under a glass ease!), and a wushstand with
a marble tot There is something alike
mdanchol) i id ludicrous in finding that
a number of persons bav, ben so infat
uated ns to s mander a laige sum of monev
in bringing together such a collection o"r
contemptible trash. Amateur enthusiasm
results usuai i In a deploiable etlloresccnse
We have a standing order with all the
first-class publishing nouses for their new
books as sui n as issued, and can supply
jou with an book reviewed or mentioned
in this paper
OSBOKVi: & PITP.AT, Booksellers,
017 and Klj Main street, Kansas City, Mo.
Tho mnn ho keeps up with the latest
books and n igazlnes Isn t iolng to have
time to euin tho mone) to bu) 'em.
Of the m ii uscrlpts left unpublished by
Robert Lot Stevenson at his deah (not
many, b tl . wu)), the flrt to reach th
Cublle Is a dlectlon of very original "Pa
Its," In tlu September number of Mc
Clure's Ma ilne. Cine of thiro Is a con
versation In ween John Silver ard 'Cap n"
Smollett, ut Treasure I-lird, whbh l as
delicious In Its naj as mi) thing those
worthies do . nd say in "Tieasure Island '
Llteiary p oplo of all elassis will mourn
the denth ot Henry O. Houghton Pew
men have cirnectoci their names with ihe
best In lit i a' uro moie certain!) than did
H O Houhioti. It inme to pass that in
nil these Kit. r years the firm name unon
the opening p.igo of n book from the Itiv
ersldo Pr.ss vva a guarantee of merit.
Peace to his hanorecj rncmoi), There are
few that can wholly (111 the vacant place.
He was ti t, nlug with books, and more
than a gi nlus he was wise,
Illlistiallve of Rllhil Vender's Independ
ence, the Book Buyer rdatcs an anecdote
of the artist "It is told that big studio
was oik u v i-iited by a natron of the arts
who was mora gifted In pocket than in
taste Mr edder had reason to know
that from the- commeiclal point of view,
he was a imson to c.onc'11 ite But tliu
visitor, looking nt one picture after anoth
er, gave vent at last to that peculiarly ag.
giavating phiaso of the well meaning am
ateur 'Well I don't know much ubont
pit tut es, but I know what I like,' to whldi
Mr, Vender, according to the story, could
not repress the reply. 'So do the beasts ot
the Held ' "
Here is the latest Kipling story: Whn
tho novelist w is IS ears old he went on tt
s.a voyage with his father. The dder
Kipling lie(amc very seasick and wint lie
low, having the youngster to himself
Presently thi re was a great i ommotion
oveihead and one of the ship's ollhiii
rushed down ind banged at Mr. Klpllni,'s
door "Air Kipling." he ( ailed out, ")our
boy has uawlid out on the )ind aim, and
It he lets go he'll drown," "Yes," said
Mr Kipling, glad to know that nothing
set tons was the matter, "but he won't
The Centui) for September will contain
three lompl, u sketches of llctlou by popu
lar Ameihuii wiltelH, representing thiew
different sei tlons of the country Mrs.
Mary Ilalloi k Poote will contribute a pow
citul stoi of mining life In the far Wist,
iiitlilid "Th. Cup of Tiembllng" Aliss
S.ilMh Orne J wett villi contribute a .lui
mm mis stiu of the New Hnglunl (oust,
i ntltled "All My Sad Captains," and i).
lusiiatod bv Papo. The thtid Is a roaring
sketch, b) Hiny Stllwell Hdwards, of m.
gro life in ih South. It Is entitled "The
Gum raw amp Debate," and Is full of hum r.
and Is a fulthtul rellei tlon of the charac
teristics of the nogru race.
'I 111! WOULD.
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I'RIVATi: Ll TTHUS (IP A PHILNCII
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A MODKRN PHARISEi:. By Hduard de
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ClU-. CUALLL-SGJJRS AND DEFL'Nn.
A VETERAN'S STORY.
tii-.M:iti, rm.iN rttvtm: munion
I OH HIS tlltllAl MOUK,
Itestiiratlnii tn tlrillh lino to the
Wonderful Little Sugar
(icnerat A. It. Cntlln, formerly deputv
survc)or of the port of New York. Is n
Vpleran ot the nrmv nnd n well known
"I have been troubled with catarrh for
man) vents," said (lenrral Cntlln. "I doc
tored for It n great dcul, but did not ob
tain nn) material teller, nnd this winter
mv condition wns terrible. 1 took told
ensll), nnd my nose became stopped up
I had severe pnlns ncross the front lit tn)
head, my p)ea becamo watery. I Fncen I
n great dcnl, nnd my bones and Joints
ached continually. When I got up In the
moiling mv throat was tilled with a nnst)
sllmc, which dropped there during tin
night t had to haul: n grent deal, mil
this mndo me gag nnd often vomit. There
wns n roaring or burring sound In my cars,
nntl my breath was vcty ofteti'Ivc, I lost
my nppetltc, inn down In weight and be
came depressed In spirits.
"I tried thoroughly several of tho bcl
plDslclans, so-called, In New York, took
patent nostrums ot nil descriptions, but
grew worse nil the time,
"riiinll) I begnn Muhvon's Catarrh Item
idlii. 1 thought It was no use nnd had
but little faith, but I began to Improve
right awav. My dlseae rapidly Melted to
the rcmedv. nnd 1 mulct went n change
that was wonderful Within a short tlmo
1 was entlrcl cured, the last traces of thp
hideous disease had vanished, and to-dnv
my friends are marveling ut the great
change In me It l a wonderful relief to
feel strong and benlthv agiln. and It gives
me gieat pleiure to testlfv that my les
torniton to health Is due to Mini) on s ca
Munvon'" Homeopathic Itemed) Com
pnn. of Philadelphia, put up a cure tor
hi nrv iiupn- N'n tnnii.r w bat tlu dis
ease Is or how many doctors have railed to
cure vou ask vour drugglt ror a ii cent
vial or one of Mun)on s cures, and If .vou
arc not benefited )our moue) will be ie.
runded ... ...
T-i,ne elin nre In doubt ns to the na
ture or their disease should nddre s Pio
fes0r Munvon. 1" Arch street, Philadel
phia, giving full sMiiptoms of their IP
Jne Professor Mun)on will carcfnllv
diagnose the cao and give ou the bcncilt
of his ndvlie nboluielv rree of all charge
The Itemedles will be sent to an) address
on receipt of retail price
i:RP Souvenir edition of Sun and Shade,
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CKNTl'RY MAGAZINE for
SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE for September.
BOCUKPOItT A- AN KBITOIt.
-ome of the Phrases With Which He Has
From the London Saturday Review
M Rochefort is knawn In England as a
Boutengist, as the editoi and proprietor of
the Int-unslgeant newspaper, as the
wild political agitator who opposed the
government of Louts Napoleon In the tiOs
as bitterlv as he attacked the actual re
public at the close of the 80s English
men can scarcel) understand M Iloche
fort s position n.s a ni w spaper editoi and
agitator, and his power is to them almost
incredible. Yet the signs of his influence
are not impalpable 'J he Intrinsigei t
has a larger circulation than an) Prench
nntwr i.i nt the p.,it journal, which is
not ii political organ, whete.is the In-translge-atit
is nothing If not political
The truth Is that there aie only three or
four men tn Prance who have made of
their pen n whip and so become objects of
fear and respect, and of these M Roche
fort Is the chief, for neither M Cassagnao
nor M Dupont can be compated with him
In wit or power of vituperation His rep
utation in this sort of Journalism dates
back to his outh (he is now a gra)
halred mnn), but was tlrst established by
the success of La Lanterne. the paper
he established in Brussels when he was
exiled from Prance by Napoleon II
The writer of this aiUch remembers
asking M. Rochefort for nn ae-count or
that astonishing Journalistic enti rpnse,
and vi as given a smutch of it In something
like the following terms. '1 had to do
something," said M Rochefort, "I was
not going to submit tamel) to unjust pun
ishment at'the hands of a crowned cretin
I told everyone I was going to start a pi
p. r, the title came to me at once, a hap
P) Inspiration, 'La Lanterne," ami
ever) body began talking about It before I
had written a line It was promised for a
certain da) I had decided upon the s,7l.
of it, and the l)pe: everything, In fut
nnd thero at last It lav before mc fin
ished. Of course a bitter artide on 'Na
poleon le Petit' formei the piece ('- r
sistance The whole thing se. med to mo
Wfll done, and )et to be lacking in luttn
thing. Though the printers haras-ed me.
telling me they would be late If ihy did
not go to press, I would not lit thi thing
out of my hands. It wanted something
powder In the tall of the rocket to drive
ft upward to s icct-g. Could not I get
some word, some phrase, that would sup
Tily the motive- power' I i udgletl my
brains in vain for hours, nothing woull
tome. At length. In despair, I exdairnr 1.
What a poor tning Is man, hundn Is ,en i
thousands of subjects of compl tint against
a, mlseraMf deiptrt. I had" tour, I mv m t,
quickly I wrote the thrre lir.es 'At the
present moment Napoleon counts 2i jfiO,(j"il
uf subjifts, not Including the subjuts of
discontent ' It was those threr lines abov
the leader in Urge tp whldi sell ov.r
300,0 topic of La Lunltrn At one
stroke I get an immense audlrno, and
high pay for the work I wanted to do"
And this is the sort of work M Roche
fort has been doing for the last thirl) odd
years. He la a revolts by niturc agin
the govirnment," as the provirblai Irish
man said and, what Is mon , against
constituted authority of every sort It li
his habit of mind and bmt of tahnt
That moment he pralsts a man in Income)
commonplace, but In his attai ks then is
an audacity, n. verve, an invi ntlvcin in of
contempt, interesting to all but tho vk
tlm hooner or later he finds tho phrase that
icndds his opisinent odious or rluii ulous
tto 'iMffM leaders, Por example all
Prance was mourning thi w rrible 1os,ph of
men In the Toimulu i amprilgii Hvery
hamlet had lost two or three of Its chil
dren, every vlllnge had Its spi.tral Inva
lids who had idturnid Hum the urtlhlo
dlmatc only to die, and Hoi hi fort, feeling
all this mite nnguWh. gathued it up in
one t-rrlbli word and Inn led It at lili
wlvtisur). Ills artld" hiadi 1 "Lo Ton
klnols" killed M JuKs P. rry ns a poll
lb lun. and caused him to be Kgardcd from
one did of PruiKe to tin other with a
passloiiato nnd unreasoning hutrel It
lauiiot be doubted that bis iti.Kks on M.
Constnns hue cheeked, if ih) navi nt
annihilated, the ambitions of thnt worth).
In Urn, democratic Piatu ( with Its pas
sion of envy and its admliatlon uf mental
ability nnd wit, llnds Its best rcprtsentativo
In Henri Rochefort, tho agitator und ed
itor Dim t wait until jou are nil It I e torn trying
Carters Little l.lvei i'llli, but get a vlil at
ouca. Vuutan't last them vvitbutii benellt
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to Louisville, Ky, for the O A. R. en
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I hi: must m t rrssruii
T III-. IIM.V (11,1.1 T
for CntntociiP "d terms mldrrss Cot,
Wenfwortli Military Academy.
'i'f J- Qi'te' Olrlr-f MHUnru Rlinnl 111 Missouri.
of Music and Dramatic Art,,
AUPITOHIHM BUILDING, CHICAGO.
An uncqualcd corps of Instructors.
Tall tetm will open Monday, September
Sth, 1';. Tor catalogue nnd liifoimatlon,
address SAMt'HL KAY.Hlt, Director.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
Y. M C A. Bt'ILOlNO.
Prepares for uny college or "cI"nMflc
rchool Primary department for bo)s
from 1 to 12 vears old Seventh session be
gins .September 1C. ISM. Tor particulars
call on or address
WM. It. riJNTON. Head Master.
sept 2ft tiillsnil s ii, tier fnciill; I ie nrtments for
l ll-S.. loitlll. (irres.. Oerniieli. 1 1, ncli, srlrnn . vtu.lc
iltU AMlf! ail- 1I..V. Ill-SILI, lrln,Umlfrt,lll.
lot West 9U1 Street, Kansas City, iilo.
Tho Ol-I ltellnblo Doctor, Oldest In .Age, Longest Located. A ItcgnsW
t.r.iduato In .Medicine. Orcr S7 Vears bpoelal tractlce.
Authored by tho Str.to to treat CHRONIC. NERVOUS ani SPECIAL DISEASES. Cures
tianmtee-d or money refunded. All medicines f urnirhed ready for use. No (loteii
on from biislicss. latlents at a dlstanco treated by mail and express. Mediclnoi
senTcVervw-hcrc. free Irom ga70 or breakage. Chnntcs lovr. over ;wuu eases cureu. jco una
MPWtoncu ioio riinportant. Itat o vour case- and scud for terms. Consultation ia f rco and conil
dcntlal, cither per-rcallyov by letter. -.., c 1,.
Seminal Weakness and 5exual Debility, (SfiS!S&Xg)
manhood le . curcil fcr life I c n stop all night losses, restore lost sexual power, rcstoro nerro
and brain power, culargo and ttrenfthen w cak parts and inuko you Ut f or marriage.
C-L'i!- thatterrlblodlcnsc,tnnUttslCtt.;rtiire permanently cured without
bypnlllS, jorms mid stages cured forlXrlCLUrC caU3t!c. cutting, bougies or
lite, llloou i-oisoning, Ma jiiscascs, unii;. ivimj' . -"" ' i . ;.,.
Swclllnps, .sores, OonorrhccaandOlect.andallJusethotrcatincntathome.
lormsot Private Diseases positively cured or
money refunded. . ,
Rrvnfc- for both sexes. fO pares, C" pictures,
OOOlv -ruo t0 me, with full description of
hnrAillciintiia tli n , iff pets mill ClirP. flPIlt FC3l-
cd in plain -Rrappcr-forOciiistiimi's. He id this
Uttle book and ausner list of questions. iimasmiiipiiiieiiiuui. -
Free Museum of Anatomy SlSJ&KSS ?S..
lifo-llko models and -sax figures deeply lmprcS3 tho mind; a school of in-1 Sundays 10 to 12.
3tructlon a sermon without words. --,.., i j. . . ,. i .- ,-t
v H.u.annS'iOOiii.noiitrd In ihi bank, ivhlch I ulU forfeit for otots dlieasc that I tannoi ear.
If $&y itMp
tlOtl Of n fAniOUS
- fT votis or diseases
U iJJ Jiisumiua, . uuisiii
T Xy riniplia, Unfitness
MVl r,1 V
V e.uuaiiiiaiii,ii. juoiup-, in, iusei uy fi-iT or nisnu i'revents qalCK-
s, iiffis of discharge, w hich If not ctiPcKrd leads to Sipennatorrhrca and
un ji-tfb nil tho horrors otlmpotency. CWHInKMEclcanscsUiollver, tho
1 "im ' .-n llilnnvci mill the lirlnrvnri-nnaef , ill iTrmiirlilaii
ClTIIIIENi: KtrpnathcnsnndrcstoresRiiiallVTeikorcium. ' ,
1 lie re ison MitTerers nro not cured by Doctors Is because ninety per cent nro trouUOd with
Prnstal Ills. CUl'IIinXK Is ttieonly known remedy to euro n Ithout nn ojk ration. 5000 testlraonl
nls, A written cinrantePBlvcn and money return! d If elx hoTrn dons not ctfect a permanoatcuro,
f 1.00 1 bov, six fur f 3.0O, by mill, (-end f or yum-: circular and tf stlinonlali
Address DAVot. MEDICI CCO., P.O. ItoxM70.SanrraiicIsco.Cal.
Tor Eale by II. C. Arnold Bth and Main Bt, Kansas City, Mo.
"V,l.'irgiiLtA(l.lwja's,lAl.ri,l.'-M.e. Ffyrapil'w rfTTTj.'. wim
Liiiiip to unit cot ii irooil (tinner. Oitrbiikptv iinmi. urn nh.iiri.i.v..i
none lint Hie Inst butti r mill I In, freshest ccjs In their liuiiiiiiiu turc.
nhoitp 77 1.
acEi3Wi!Hac!a3.!m rnrarrg7ratwnmiii i n.rinrsr!i.
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Oik, AfIi, Gum, (berry, Miiliinl, Poplar, Iliikor), Hutternut,
Itod Cudai, M.ihofpui), ft.d Wood, Ouirtir hawed fted nnd IVhltu Oak,
It.irdwood i Jnorliig,
Poplar Sriuiires, tViigon Stock, lliluster und fi'nitol Stock,
)ard mid OllUe, :
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scale Etc,
Southeast Corner Plfth and Wyandotu BU., Kansas City Ma
vDeatherage Lumber Company,
'' UATn, SHINGLES. SflSfV DOORS nND BLINDS
piWHTFamtyFILOW P NF,.
It. IV, VUMIUWArtD.
DRALCK5 IN PAINTS, OILS ANO QUASS.
I20Q and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
ID V, ItlieiMc, President
IHEMtyC Kuwi'l lcoPre'U
Forcisrii Drafts Issued on
ILtMsAb CUV, blUtuuiL
6f. lOUIS, Ulliuuit
WESTERN SO Al COMPANY.
Corner Nineteenth and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo4
) MII.1TART SCHOOL
) ' iuuhi.
I". W, Ht.l'.fS. iiprrlntendent. .Mneon. .Mo.
fATaT.OOIir.S sr.NT ON ItllQlJEST. Address
SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A., Sunt., Lexington, Mo,
Send fur lllust rut oil Cntnlogiic,
Rev. T. P. mLTON, Prcs't.
Box 112(1, I.pilligtiin, Mn.
Academy, Gambier, O.
T2nil year. This old and rtnisrlisbly successful
school provides ttinroiteli preimrstlon for collego
or tnKlnr", and CArefut supervision of hpslth.
linblts sntl mtmiers It Is much tho oldest. Inrgriit
nml lieu equipped tinnrcllng school for bo)s Iu
FEMALE ACADiMY 6th
IltgU trrndo KnErllfh nnd Cl(UJtcl School. Mtcrnrr.Mn
Vaf3M-MUlioly(ik(j. ..!. HtLI IHii.Crlp.JA-k.oaflllc.IlL
Rheumatism Sn0M ctt?d?
SURBCUKB. Tho creatcst discovery in tho
annals of medicine. Ono dopo gives relief;
few doses remove fovcr nnd p.ilu in Joints; fc
euro in a few daya. Send statement of caso,
j euro in a few dap. Sc
IrenCh tlllTSicIin.Wlll milckWcurnenil nfnll no-.
of the gent ratlvo orguns, such us lost Manhood,
inu j.ni;K,ouuiinai i.missmus, nervous ilebtltty,
to Miirr) , Lxlian-tlnK Drnln-, Vnrlicxelo niui
iisr Aisfy st-s-Xjei.
K.VNIAS CITV, Mli-stnimi.
..Vu's'.r'Vrs, I tvicpiu...0
J. C, IIOIUOM.
FAXON & CO.,
Dr. DeLap's ."RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS bAIK AMI AI-WAIS ItKLIAlU.C.
Far letter thau Taay or Pennyroyal Pills &nd til similar intdl.
fine bucctti fully umd In tbousaudi. ot catea It Ua. mrt lemulu,
UuaranUtd bent promnlly (sealed) on receipt of f I W Avolu fail
ure and (lliaptioininieni. Prepared by Ola Ur. DcLap, of Parti
1 rai.n, bpecUUst In female eumplaluts: 30 years' practice, hospital
and ottlcs. Pnr title by JOHKb()N IlltOb, DrujUts, 11U7 Mali
bt , Kansas City, Ma bold WiHera Agcuts.
New York Life Buildlnir.
n. I) Covinqton, Cashier. u A Milimutt
P, 11 Kijji- II. J. IIuckk, s. b. bLUAt
All Parts of the Old World.