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Religion is for everyday. Its
blessings and benefits, its comforts and sweet consolations, >ts guid ance and its inspiration are for the common piece tner and wo men. It in something toteke with one, something that will nevpr hp out of place anywhere, something that will add to life's joy its best touch of sweetness, and will mix with all life’s sorrows, hope and courage and power. A man who baa every-day religion in good, wholesome quantity can easily afford to be without many other thingB,—Christian Guardian. A sarcastic exchange gives its readers this information as the best way to deal with trusts. "Boy. oott the trusts! Boycott the steel trusts—be honest. Quit the soap trust—go dirty. Boycott the tobaooo and chewing gum trusts— chew the rag. Quit the sugar trust —don’t get sweet on any body, male or female, Boyoott the match trust—dont get married Quit the whiskey trust—drink butter milk and catnip tea. Quit the oil trust—go to bed at dusk. Boy ■ oott the ooal trust—the next world will be hot enough to make up for any chilliness in this one.” i v QUALITY MEMORIALS. If you ure considering the pur ctiflse of a monument, would sug gest your seeing us before the deal is closed. Our monuments make magnificent Memorials that last in definitly and uttraot the attention of admiring oritios. Why notoon suit with us before placing order elsewhere? We are prepared to execute your order in the verybest manner in the finest of marble or granite, designing, lettering, etc-, guaranteed the best, Reasonable prioes. Columbus Marble Works, Columbus, Miss, ————n 1 An exchange comes to thejfront with this kind of r howl made up of the proper stuff: “Take up the fat man’s burden, go soak your shirt in sweat, and seek in vain a cooling breeze with face all steam ing wet; go to find some shady spot where you can sit and s!ew and have some snoozer spring tt ig gag: “Is it warm enough for you?” Take up the fat man’s burden, a hundred in the shade! Two hun dred pounds of adipose to soak in lemonade. Oh! for one hour in the Klondike, or the ar'ic snow! Ring off yonr blamy breezelets and let the blizzards blow,” Editors as a rule are kind heart ed and liberal. An exchange tells of a subscriber who died and left a fourteen year’s subscription un paid, The eHjtor appeaid as the lid of the ci thin was being eorewd down and put in a linen duster, a thermometer, a palm leal fan and a receipt for making ioe. -♦--♦-^ RUB- M Y-T1SM— Antiseptic, Relieves Rheumatism, Sprains Neraulgia, Do you want it seen and read? Just pnt in The City Itemizer.