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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON.
Lesson XI, September 0, 1888. T";;MK: Tiie Un it k lief or tiik People. ..din bora H:l-10. And ull the on"rr';ution lifted up their v.;re, und tried; and the jeoplo wept that nijfltt. Ami ull tho children of Israel murmured against Moe and against Aaron; ur.d the whole conjrn'K'ation Ruid untotheni. Would !.h1 that we had died iu the land i f Kjr.vpt! or would Clod thut we hail died iu the wildeniest. y. And wherefore hut h the Lord broutrtit us unto thl laud to full by the Hword, that our wives uud our children should bo a prey f were it hot better for us to return liito ttK.vpt 4. And they said one to another, Let us make u captain, and let us return into Kypt. .V Then Moses und Ann n fell on their faces before all the assembly of the oomrrejration of tho children of Israel. '. And Joshua the hou of Nun, and Caleb the hon of .W plmnueh. which were of them that searched the land, rent their clothes. 7. And they ppukc unto ull the company of the children of Israel, sayinjr, Tho land, which we passed through to search it, is un exceeding good land. S. If tho Ixrd de light In us, then he will bring us into this land, and pive it us; a laud which Ho wet h with milk ana honey. Only rebel not yo agaiust tho Lord, neither fearyo tho people of tho land; for they uro bread for us: their defense is departed from them, and the Lord is with us; fear them not. 10. Hut ull the congregation bado stone them with stones. And the glory of the Lord appeared In the taberna cle of the congregation before all tho chil dren of Israel. Golden Tcxt. So we seo that they could not enter in because of unbelief. Heb. 3:ll. Tho time cf the lesson is the fall of the second year of Israel's pilgrimage, soon aft er tho return of tho spies. Tho place is Kadesh llarnea. The leading personages, Moses, tfl years old, Caleb, 40, und Joshua, 40. "God gives no speculative commands; there are no if h. He says you shall have this if you are faithful. The if relates to tho human mind and to the human disposi tion. Along the line laid down in the Hible heaven is found. There will be ditticultics on the road and these will assume various proportions, according to the dispositions of men who survey them, but we are not to stop ut pricosscs, we are to go rlirht on. The divine cull to attempt is a pledge of success. We have nothing to do with ap loarauces or arithmetical tigures; our only concern is, 'Did God say go;' " The lesson divides itself into throe parts, (1) Israel's rebellious refusal, (',') Caleb and Joshua's entreaty, (.') The unwise decision. V. 1, 'J. And ail the congregation lifted up their voices and cried. In that vast en campment was universal discontent; only four men to stem the tide of a public senti ment fully set iu infidelity and unbelief. Iguoringthe divine presence which was with them, Israel wept in fear In-cause of dangers ufar olT hear say dangers which they had never seen. Sin multiplies itself; their hearts were unsanctitied, hence dis appointment adds to itself murmuring against their leaders, and unbelief tinds ex pression in blaspheming the Jehovah who would bless them: "Wherefore hath the Lord brought us unto this land, to fall by the sword r"' They wrought themselves into a state of madness : "Would God that we had died in Kg. pt." Why, if they were ready and willinj- to die, not iro forward in obedience to God, and attempt to jmssess the land he hail proiniscd--thcy could not, in right doing, more than die. How true tint '-pa-d blessings will not suftlce." How sown humanity forgets the past. Israel was unmindful of the wonder ful deliverance from Hgvpt. of the way opened through the sea. of Klim. the man na, tho quails. In thi'ir sin. they would rather die as criminals under God's justice than live as conquerors In his mercy and favor. The judgments of the Lord are yometimes severe, if so, they follow "lonir suffering.1. Let it be remembered that this was not Israel's lirstmurmer: When Israel was pursued by the Kgyptians, and with sarcasm said, "were there not graves in Egypt that we should be drusirod int tho wilderness to be buried:" The mild answer was. "stand still and see the salva tion of God." At Mar.th, when the jwople complained that the waters were bitter, were they not sweetened to their taste and made refreshing When bread was scarce and they feared famine, were they left to suffer or did hail destroy them ' No; gen tly as the dew, bread from heiven nour ished them. When flesh failed, and they asked if they were to go on this journey at their own charges, killing their flocks and .herds for food, God heard, and sent them Quails to satiety. Hut t.iere comes a time, for tho good of those who witness and sur vive, when persuasion and mercy must give place to judgment. Providence is a large word. Who can criticiso the doings of Him who lnrhts the world in the morning, curtains it oft with a veil of darkness night by night, blesses its soil with fertility, tills its channels with streams cf rivers, feeds the roots of the tiniest flowers, paints the wings of the frailest insects, leads like a cloud by day and fire by night, that numbers the very hairs of our Lead f Who has mind or pene tration enough to call God to a bar of ac countability i V. 4. Let us make a captain, and return into Lgypt. People never stop with a mere murmur or complaint. Tho man who com plains, whose heart is bitter, soon becomes actively hostile. The anger and action of tho wicked are often madness: "make a captain" to return to bondage, rather than follow God given leaders into freedom. No tice Israel's excuse: "fur our Wjve)t an(j children" a pious argument as an apology for disobedience. Tho devil Las many ways into the heart, and this is one. Memory, with its sinful pleasures in bright colors is another. Israel remembered the cucumbers, melous, leeks and onions of Kgypt, and grumbled. Kecol lection of evil often prompts a desire for its repetition. Worldliuess has its pleasant memories. Those who enter the sanctuary do not always forget the old ways and the pleasures in them. Old tastes revive. The odor in the air will remind of the feasts left behind, the years of bondage aro forgotten and the moments of joy remembered. Especially would the young remember the pleasant features of the life in Egypt. Vs. 6-7. Joshua and Caleb spake unto all tho company, saying it is "an exceeding good country ;' but so lilled were the peo ple with fear of gjants and strong cities that they could not and would not hear. This forcibly illustrates the evil done by the report of the ten. Men may sjeak truth and yet in such a way as to make it false hood. Some books are true which aro classed as fiction and many a hook Is untrue which deals with facts and statistics. The men who detailed a description of tho wall ed cities and powerful, warlike inhaditants confined themselves to material facts, leav ing out the Omniscient factor, henco their report was false. Caleb and Joshua had Been the giants and walled titles also, but, aglow with enthusiasm and an undautrfed trust In (rod, were tilled with hope- nnd joy, and sought to inspire the host alout them : "Let us go; this thing mn bo done; wo are well able to overcome." Tho spirit decides the efticirncy of tho individual or of tho congregation. "Trie great battles of life are not controversies of body against Ixxly, but. as far as God 1s in them, they aro qucstionsof spiritagainst bsdy, thought atrainst materialism, prayer aMust a mob of blustering, boastful men. They who carry the colors of a pure cause ultimately triumph, because- God is with them. The Israelites could not believe- God and trust him to lead them Into tho promised ?and, upon whoso borders they stood, but they could trust themselves and a leader of their own choice to lead them back through the wilderness to Egypt. Tho samo spirit manifested itself a few days later when in their own strength, unbidden, they fro up against Canann. The very ttilng they had ot faith to do under God, they credulously tvek to do alone, and as a result suffer dis graceful defeat. (Num. 14:39-40). Thoso who cannot believe in the Jlible often trust mediums and table tippers and human imi tations of u divino message; cannot trust God, but readily buso their hope upon cun ningly devised tables. V. H. Moses and Aaron fell on their faces before God iu prayer. It should have uwakened in Israel remenibruuco of tho God who hud led them thus far. It was u defenseless attitude as viewed by the natur al eye, but it was tho strong tower as seen by spiritual vision, t.uleb uud Joshua fear lessly opHised the mob und sought to iuspiro a holier imnulso with symUd of deep distress, whilo they sought to unite tho people in purposes of obedience to God; arguing that danger lay in revolt rattier than in contest with the heathen: "Only rebel not ye against tho Lord." . y. They aro bread for us. Hcroro God (their leader) theso enemies would flee, their cultivated fields and vineyards. their fenced cities would bo as bread to nourish, und strong holds to protect. Tho very strength and prosperity of the people would be transmuted into a blessing. Tho argument continued : They count us grass hoppers in size, we truly will be as grass hoppcrs in number ami voracity. Tho enemy had not the overshadowing presence of the Almighty. "Their defense is departed from them," Israel might go up as an host under an overshadowing defence by day and lire by night. It was their great op Iortunity. V. 10. Hut all the congregation bade stone them. O, thg desperation and blind ness of sin; the obstinacy of unlndief, the fool hardiness of the wicked! Nothing is so exasperating to those whose hearts aro set to do evil as good advice and hi) who brings it. Isral spurned the one and would destroy tho other, but "tho glory of the Lord" appeared just the same. In vain do they light, who contend against the Omnipo tent. A glorious manifestation overawed the xpulaee und they were subdued, if not changed in heart. M Ciiif iTKIi THOI OUTS. Men may be found in all ages who are easily discouraged and discomtittcd by ob stacles. Adverse circumstances are intend ed to test and develop character. We uro made strong by exercise, wise by failure, and better by disappointment. In all experiences of life, the first thing to settle is "Did God send'' If not, we may expect to fall before Amalekites, Hit titesand Jebusites, but if we are moving forward in obedience to the living Word, one shall chase a thousand und t'vo put ten thousand to flight. Those who pray and then murmur bring reproach ujon Him whom they worship umt upon the leaders whom they follow. Unbelief begins in the heart, rises to the lips and culminates in open warfare. Man llnds easy steps leading from unbe lief to regret, to fault-finding, to rebellion. How many in the ehurch would rather die tlmn li.-ht: reports are discouraging, there are dark alleys, ignorant women anil drunken men. Dainty civilization does not want to go, it bad rather sing an evening hymn and return home by a quiet path; not make itself conspicuous or disagreeable. Where are the Calebs and Joshuas to say "let us go up at once we are able." Henofaetors live iu history while the memory of the sellish man shall perish. The names of the unbelieving spies aro given, but who c:m repeat them. They aro lost in oblivion while tho-e of Caleb and Joshua will be recalled to the end of time as sviionyms of courage, inspiration and faith. Library references: Comprehensive Com mentary, Parker's People's Hible. An enumeration tak-n at ll-adlng of th furnaces In the chulk!l) vnllej which liars recently gone out rf the lIn.t because f tha depression In the Iron business shows that out of twenty-one first c!s furnaces In the district of Conshohocken to I'ottsv lle, wlilclj were going a month ago, eleven have close! down and are taking udvantage of the tempo rary dullness to make rej arlrs. In this elever Is the Ilwbeson funiac, producing eight hun dred tons per week, the Mount Laurel, and the Maeumrle furnaces, t.voat B rdsboro, an.) one at Heading. Mrs. Marshall (). Roberts, w ho has $1,000, fO ) In hr own right and the Income of ?,00J. 000 besides, Is to marry the Impoverished and elderly enrl of Arran. proorletor of the Islet of Arran, eft the west aide of Ire U nd, and of au estate in County Mayo. Mrs. Roberts was Mies Endlcott, cf Boston. Sha Is Lut little over .'J now and artUts rare over her as a Juno. She met Mr. Robertson an Atlanta steamer. He was a widower, forty years her senior, but her married life with him was fairly congenial, She has s step daughter considerably older than herself anl s atep-granddsugbter, who will eventually Lave $.3,000,000 from the Roberts estate. Her ono too, now 10 year old, will hare the $3, 300 00) of which she now has the income If ha lives to be 21. The outdoor play at Manchestcr-by tho-Sea tola year will be "A Midsummer Nlhfi lheam," and the performance will ba given In the evening, with electric light effects. Mrs. Ajnei Booth -Scboeffel will direct tha performance. The date Is July 30. Th following named actors will arp?ar as tha lovers, the fairies, and the hard-handed men of Athens: Nat C. Goodwin, Louis Jatnei, William Owen, J. i. Mm son, John Sulllran, Henry V. Donnelly, Digby Dell, Fraz'ef Coulter, K. Y. Goodwin, Charles Reed, Maria Walnwrlgbt, Lillian Russell, Kate Forsyth, GenerleTe Lytton, Vernona Jarheau, Jeaq Gordon, Grace Thorne, Rose France, Lillian Lee, J. B. Booth, and Mamie Ryan as Tuck, The net receipt will be given to a churl'able theatrical society of Boston, and the prices of seats will be t-, 3, and $". The claim Is made that th first attempt at celestial photography was ma le at the liar ard college obaerratory, nearly forty jearl aco, when a daguerreotory plate was exposed In the focus of the fifteen Inch equatorial, which waa kept pointed upon a Lyme, and a very good image was thut obtained, tha double ttar v Gemlnorum also giving an eloo gated Image, evidently due to Ita two com ponent. It waa found that such brlgbtitara could be made to give faint Images, but no success followed when fainter atara were tha objects, even of I'olarla no Image being ob Ulnable with any exposure. The experiments were at lst discontinued but were resumed seven years later, collodion plates baring then been Introduced, which In aensl tlvenesa far exceeded the old daguerreotype a short exposure of some eight second! of ercn less, sufficing for a treat many atari; the Improvement fn the driving merhaoI&r of the telescope still further aiding the operav tlon. This Is a time of year w hen receipts for ma lum meet one at every turn. Here la the best prescription that can be male: Burn your aelf a little more and the red will turn to brown, the niot wholesome anl becoming color in summer time. The tame rulj appllci to frecklea equally well. Freckle roursalf thoroughly, that it may a evident at i glance that you are taking a course la nature'! university. If the face smarts after a day out of doors, Lot water wdl take out the sting. Cosmetlca are especially Injarioui, because tha amart meant Irritation, anl lotlona sod balms, oftener tban not. are polaona to an Irritated akin. Complexion troubles are doctored by frequent bathing of the perton, where any application to tha face will only make them In the end worse. Terfect cleanliness, aa a rule, meant a good akin. If it does not, then tha renartl health la at fault, and the only remedy Ilea In glTfog a better tone to the ajatem. A clean faj K a ekaran widen many girl 4 not ev3 1? O predate. 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TI.eMvoJU purlOcJ, rnrl h-d. and vltaN lrd, and carrlei health Inatead of dlaaae t every crgi n. Ttie itdoiacb la ton d and itrctia-then j, tha spprtlt reatorrd. Th kllnejr and llvr are roused sad Invigorated. Ttif brain U rcfrralicd. the nervrg strengttienrd. The whole ayatftiit la built up by llond'a rartaparll'a. "I wxa all run down am! unfit f r bmtneia. I wai Induct d to take a hotile of Mood'a Sii arllla, aod It built m right up eo that I waa anon able to rraunis work. 1 rrriMnmend It to all." I). V. its at s. 4 Mai tin St n et, Albany. N. V. Hood's Sarsaparilla Rold bv a'l drnifirMa. St ; at i fur t I'reparet only ty C. f. IIOOl & CO.. Apoth irie. Low. 11, Maaa IOO Dosos One Dollar fy) AXLE M GREASE! BEST IN THE WOhL ivt tho Uenuma. Leij iloi ilaikij KUiZlU. 1 pr-vriri and fatly sn (!ori' 111 if ti a the only Kpt-i-inV fort tie certain cure nf his rltaNH. U. Il.INOKAIf AM.M. P., Anjsterdttui, N. Y. Vf have sold Big; CJ foT many yrara. and It has Caraa la rl TO a DATS. earala4 aa la" aaaaBtrtatara. Strlanly frytba !TlnuCUslalS. CtoolnnaU.I .given tii Deal or aalis- 1 faotlon. D. U. DYCTJK A ro.. Chlrago. 111. Ohio. trad. IS 1.00. Bold by Lrugtlsts, President's SPECIAL. U'icn-ii, Front d.tv to d.tv vat numbers are bcin stricken down with the fell disease Khcutnatitn, which sretu tj bo great! v on tli2 incrca-'?. i dent HenJrick A. Logan, Sec lien. oiiri Daniel 1. iRHEUErlATfiSEVl. I cit in t1:iiit Y .i 1 Tokrn Ktt U-r wtiii-h I fc.it'tri il rx'.rinn- Ji.iin. 1 ruilej .1 i,o tor, v l-.o pn iiiokmi nl it i.itii' i hr-n-n.it ism. Mv r : I: t M.!e lif(.n;:e i.ir.I ' ., -z :i"i l ..r;n I'.eliv vithfnd, . n l tny joint i ir so st . :t tli.it t.'.i rc w. but l.tt.e w .-'.ion in l!:fm. Al-o ,t sit oiki ai;o I Ir.in l.ikinjr I i f'lh.ir.l's It ln-i i 1 1 c Srt;jiwi;) m;trvr!-u rr.ii:. .Sim e thi n I l..t .c U t't ! l'r i-e r, iruN ! c entirely, :otJ oii'y uc un, an 1 I n the just lew d.us 1 ii.tni foi'ct it and walk w itl...i;t any aid. To lay th.it it In a greatly !' tnl.!c I me lit u ly cx- prcsaci tny i-c.l U ii;r liricum itu- Svr.i-i. C. I. IllMO, l'talcr ia General iroct riet. Jacks, ii, Mich. O. D DfniO is a rrnn well knrvvn in tlii eom munit v, and w .i prohViIy the worst w ir. k jhvsi call y d an v tn in thi i u'.rtry ever uw, J 1c w.n paralv'd boiu rheumatic jion, and n one ever experti-d he would recover. Ileij well, ant it is simi'Iy marvelous. 1-knk I.. Smith, fcic-Mcmbei St4tc I-ejisUture, Jackson, Mich. f " ri raitse U fTMAT l JUST I rB;VVatl I I WHAT I SHALL I I rRi"" V f 0 Af ILK TU CRLSL. A nd :; ,'cmr ,Tbe nation lui v-Vsa'XVw within a short time lvc JA':'- called upon to mourn the Jyi $ 3&$ gulden loss of ni.inv t)f our V-wtT vVfft '"M" f: public men, such as Vicc-I'rcs- ''rTV3LX WJr&y'f Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup UNRIVALED in merit. It is a Saf Family Medlrlne, bersuse it contains no poUnn or oplat,s. ChilJren, inv.iln! anJ (ic'.icate person wiil rind il the best medicine snd t"nic C:cy can use. Nahums Should be w, thout it. Aiwa in season, firtng, Summtr, Autumn and WinUr, If you cannot procure it of )our drugit, send direct to us. Price Ji.oo; o bottles S.oo. Piasters 35c' A SURE CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. VS. V s hm0 Iff Diamono Medicine Company, TO MAKE A DELICIOUS BISCUIT -VSIC YOUW GKOCEH FOW DIVIGHT'S COW-BRAND SALERATUS AND TAKE NO OTHER. Yw'QhT'a! Tiie uiiiu s ln tai 1 1 1 v t il If. .in 11, n e ti five il 'l.ars in a l;ubl-r t'.'iit. and at In flrst ha t hour, ea pern-nee lit WET a i"nn ru.'.s to his aorrnw that It l aril y a tietti r rtr tmri ttiart a Kins at being; au ftrnl y taken In. tun a f'p'. if he d.. s n t I'H.k essi-tly like As tor the "I Isll HIIAM-1 fi.i ats HEN il -p not have ttie nn rr asi, aend fortleaertptlverauiorne 10,000 AGENTS WANTED to TIIK Llr K IK BEN HARRISON rI.0 rj' ? J V " 1 "'''' - isrschf . " V., If.Vi a-.,V", '"d He Lou ('akin arp neither fashiouablo nor in demand, but they were more comfort able uud more healthy than are many modern dwelling. Warner's Logl'ubin Hops& lluchu in a reproduction of me of t he tet. of the aimi ! remedies with which Log (.'abin dwellortt of old days kept themselve well. Did you ever try "Tippecanoe'' 1 $75.4 1M 1- eOCtn MO'lII iaa IU dfcwvi main wrkour for a. Ayrnta pref iTrcil wlininn turni-ti a hr and givs llierr who 1 1 it i to th loialn-B. nmr. iiiomi ntt inar I rflt o ly m piyj A few v sni'ii Hi town aul- ikj-a. H K. N't X A O)., IHJ .Main rtreut, llu fiinonit. Vs. T7HTQ TnK 33KRT. PfatHDiTkei'heiu. fiUilard iiiaJ!tT, lliTlM. ha.ni(ii doa. lurvMa ty maU. ESTERBROOK. CALIFORNI Anr 'H'H.rii. hill iiitoriiinti.in. n)lr-a . H F IC curl'iTt'.v h.rH.'.rii! EXCURSIONS. O'llara'si'S "I V-rrepared only by suiuill Cliruiiata. , Clark- -on ht.. (;hi. ao. 111. M O T" LJ IUI A n'' W"1'' r yo"' dru?a-l or A O I niVIVentbj tuail on rr ipl tf pricaJ 1 A Rnrs Vinnrnin niATtiipn Udiuuia relief for r row CI.Ij A CO, HCLaulcs Utmm, Msssa PATENTS! I opinions on bstentatillli: M. Ar A. l I.AI'KV. 'uU-ut Attrni'VH. Waahin. ton. D. C. IriHtnirtlona arwl HliyFhCE. ,.0yr,vzperleiick U f IUI IT SfUOT. H'.k-kwHi.B,r,Miiiinnhlp, ," Am loi.i-ti.-. Mi..rthun., (., ti,r eiU'hlv tniik'tit by mini. J.ow mtf. t'lrcuUrs trp. lKVANT'S ( Ol AAA, t'iil fUju M.. Iluffal.. N. V. COLD. I .' Wt at hxtne and rr,k l; nmrj working fir ui lhn '-rl.l fnh'ra., Ciil.ritflt Ikica l t., Aufu.u, Maiua. anvrhinr , in lh niittkia. AiMir CANTER"-" Vn.lvbli f . j.. roM, m "rd without tha knlfa. .v.: lit ant ttr Xdlrcs V, Aurora, liana c o,, HI. S5 TO Sjaj a DAT. Snmplr$ irorth "J 1 .SO t'HKK. l.tn'i nut un1 hortfi Oft. U'ri Lreutier iatiy Hein U;Ur t'o Holly. MUL rill li iworth.'i)ier1b I'ettit'aKyeSal veit wortH UULU Uu,Uults bold at Jjct'iuaia txt by Uealori W. N. U. D.--G--37. AVIieti writing to Ail vert Iner plp.ton any you saw the ul vt-rtiieim-ni In thi I'ajier. Proclamation. Manning, Gen. McClellan, and if.anv others. .Ye:;- thri 'foi r, I do by vir tit" of the knowledge po fisvf j by mp, proclaim and recotr.tr.erid Ilihhard's Rheu jr.atic Syrup to be a icmedy of great merit, both f jr Rheu matism ci.J ill LilooJ Di ( ases, And f .rlhcr, That this med icine he adopted as a national rented v by ail. hi 'ued bv the President. INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. Mvciar-htrr M.v: 1 1m. ! r Co: v rheumatism. c was n terril !e !; ..in ilii- s-.rup and bi.Un it i';i. lh , i ., i.um-.I tho rt.esi- Her lirnj were t-.tulv s a n.lrn. S aoriv. She li. is hit n taking P.!; usini,' yoi:r I'lasti-rs, vvi.i. !i h.is 1' S w u ji correi ! .1 1 er ini'ii -tiou, i niatic poison I: :. r .nn !, ami amun.l the- l:o.jse. We c I'.hr ,i:iat;C Srut) it.J Iijt is now aMe fi !er Hi'n'.iar.l's e.'.c- cl great ir.cr.t. ItrV. ). Itol KKTS, raster I irt M. V.. Chun h, I rtuiont, M.ch Last w inter ami spring I was a terrib'e sufTerer from rhe,nnit:sni in mv left shoi.Ui-r ami am, suf-fr-nnj the niut excruciat. pain. Two tott,es rf '.i rj's Kheurutic Mri:: 1 1 rcJ .:.f. I can wit!i ror.fi. lent e rerommen j ;t t ' al v !m ;.re sut'eu inJ with rheumatic Jiliuu.tv. Hiv. Jams Hfhnv, Mj'icy, Mich. No re-neJ'rt kr.n vn u highly en!nrel bv til home jicopie, in the tieatiuent if Khi u .latisci an i aii liior 1 Oiseas--.. ..r MeJi. : J a n;ihlrt, treating tn Kheum.il..n und all U.ooJ anj Feilllls L. seises, ki u. lite on a;ij)i;c.i'.io:i. Bheum&tic Syrup Company, Jackson, Micb.- PENS ! I t John fit , COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF KERBS. A General Blood Purifier, I'osltlvelr '!- I.lver and Klilnrr 'omlulnta. Snnatlpntla.n. U hr 11 ma I Win, MtrofulK. Ilropay, llllloiianeaa, Nalarla, lMit)elra, Mod all lMsruaee ArUUf tram Impure Itlood. vim thi: la iii:s. I.a1p 1 will And this a porfp. t II e4r lor Kms1e Truth. p, nch I'airiful and rui i h s "d Menat rnstlon, Mrs: Mfi'luehf. nd nlo for h'''tl,m tin- t O ni iPttori an4 Krad rating rimples s id lliotehf and other Miln Uiaesscs NOTIC i: Ol'li lil AHANTKi:. av loan try It and h r-nvin ed, the simp s we hsv ronvlncpd otliera. and if It it. e hut do Mist a rppreaenied. return the t"i Smup an I hai e jr tir nion refunded. i7 a" "'Uak'iar.i.r an, Imrled 1 anvaMinir Agents ?eVi,.,,b;1h?,-WU " 0 Diamond MedicineCo.. 77 State Street, - Detroit, Mich. Kvery one r ould avs s pae sgo 1.1 their home and rs v rr tie itllOUt 11 . ;".sgeim Wanted In nil l.neatttle. IaVCla Ini'iirrm t-. A s e f -r Hie IH4II w ho .u.- s-r Ire (not style) a (janm-ut tti.it sill keep tint dry In the h.-mlit storiii. It Is railed ViWKL'.H UU I'.R AM) I.K'K t il," a iiamp f.uulisr t- everv fnw.ty a.l over 1!ip land. With t'irrii the only perfrrt W in. I and Wnterproof Coat la " l ower i'ih I'.rand .. ker." and take no other. If V lr .torekeeneP A. J.Towrs,vnsinimor ,st., t.t.m. Vi,, supply FIFTY MILLION people with lliV t,.r,re rfnreeMf " tt .-. Porter of InrlTaaa llarrU.a bj aama Uior. W n 11 1, Vi