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-Kansas has a statute, probably framed for the Mennon- passing her old age in a home at Los Angeles, Cal., given her ites (of whom there are many in the State), which provides by the women of California. that if a man shall make affidavit with the county clerk before

-By the will of the late Dr. Elizabeth H. Bates, of Port May 1, of any year, to the effect that his religion forbids an

Chester, N. Y., the University of Michigan comes into posenlistment for war, he cannot be drafted. The Mennonites

session of $125,000, the income to be used in establishing a have religious scruples against war and they have been flock- chair for the diseases of women and children, to be known as ing to the county seats to get their certificates.

the Bates Professorship. The Department of State has been informed by Minister -The monthly statement of finance and commerce, Powell, at Port au Prince, Hayti, that the Haytian Republic issued on the 16th by the Bureau of Statistics, reports the has donated the sum of $1,000 towards the erection of a

wheat crop in the United States for 1897 as the largest since monument by the citizens of Rochester, N. Y., in that city, to 1891, whilst the world's production for the same year was the the memory of the late Frederick Douglass, who was once smallest since 1890. United States Minister from the United States to Hayti.

--The probable duration of the war is discussed in two --In London, the week before Christmas, the death rate interviews reported in the Philadelphia Press. Admiral was 18 per 1,000.

In Christmas week the death rate was Gherardi, a retired officer of the United States Navy, th ks it 27 per 1,000. There were 1,555 deaths in London the week

might continue three years ; General D. E. Sickles thinks one before Christmas. There were 2,360 deaths in Christmas

year. week. What is the explanation of this but drinking and

-Reports from the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys, over-eating-dissipation during the holidays"?

the great wheat-growing sections of California, say the wheat -A man has been amusing himself lately by advertising in crop this year will be almost a total failure in that State. the daily papers a sure cure for drunkenness.

--Miss Ella E. Smith, of Lancaster, Pa., has deeded to plication is sent he returns this prescription : " Drink nothing

that city the Reynolds mansion for a free public library, in but water.'' The first thought is, What a fraud !” but

memory of Congressman A. Herr Smith. after all the prescription is one of the best that can be given.

-The resignation of the Earl of Aberdeen as Governor-The Board of Health of Philadelphia has issued an

General of Canada has been accepted by Queen Victoria. order that, beginning Sixth month 1, not more than one body shall be buried in one grave. The city cemetery companies are protesting energetically. Cemeteries in the country, The Chicago Library has received as a gift from J. S. where this order will not apply, will be benefitted.

Lanny a copy of the Bible printed in Zurich in 1552. The. -The Philadelphia License Court, which recently com

volume has 1500 pages, in heavy old German type, and many pleted its work, granted 64 new retail liquor licenses and 1Ị

quaint wood-cut illustrations. new wholesale licenses. This is the largest increase in the DR. EMMA SUTRO MERRITT, the eldest daughter of number of saloons made for several years. Judges Biddle Adolph Sutro, of San Francisco, is to become the President and Arnold presided over the license court.

of the Sutro Electric Railway. She graduated from Vassar ---Jessie Benton Fremont, widow of John C. Fremont,

College with honors in 1877. the Pathfinder,” the first presidential candidate of the HAWAII has 6,000 square miles, the combined size of ConRepublican party, and daughter of Thomas H. Benton, is necticut and Delaware.

When an ap

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NOTICES. *** First day evening meetings, Philadelphia, held at Fourth and Green streets, Fifth month 22, at 7.30 o'clock, and Fifth month 29, at 35th St. and Lancaster Ave.,West Philadelphia.

The attendance of Friends and others very desirable

ATLANTIC

BRADLEY

BROOKLYN

New York.

JEWETT

PROMINENT wholesale and retail
dealer in paints writes: “We have

discontinued handling mixed paints
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entirely, for the reason that we can furnish
Pure White Lead (see list of genuine brands)
and the National Lead Company's Tinting
Colors with which to make any shade de-

sired, thereby giving our customers the best
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paint that can be made; besides, we know
what we are selling, and are not afraid that
the purchaser will come back next year

and JOHN T. LEWIS HEROS CO ask us to paint his house over again.”

FREE

*** Nottingham First day School Union will be held at Eastland, Fifth month 21, at 10 30 a. m., and I p. m

All interested in First day School work cor dially invited to attend..

ROBERT K. WOOD, Chairman.

ULSTER

UNION

SOUTHERN

Chicago.

SHIPMAN

COLLIER

MISSOURI

St. Louis.

*** Friends desiring accommodation during the approaching yearly meeting in New York, will please send their full names, with any in: formation that may aid the Committee in making suitable provision for them, to

Edward B. RAWSON, Chairman,

226 E. 16th street, New York City.

RED SEAL

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*, * The next Conference under the care of Concord Quarterly Meeting's Committee on Philanthropic Labor will he held in the meetinghouse at Stanton, Delaware, on First-day, Fifth month 29, 1898, at 2.30 p. m.

CHARLES PALMER, Clerk,

P. O. Box 218, Chester, Pa.

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*** The Wilmington Monthly Meeting Min ute Book, Womens Branch), commencing 1827, and ending Sixth month, 1846, having been lost, anyone having said Book in their possession or any knowledge of the same, would confer a favor to the meeting by communicating with William P. Bancroft, Clerk thereof, Wilmington, Delaware.

321 Vine Street,

PHILADELPHIA.

MATTERS.

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OF RECENT PUBLICATION. 15. Menallen and Eastland.

all I know.' Say no more, replied THE MEETING FOR Worship. By Howard M. Jenkins. " 22. Aisquith Street and West Nottingham. the professor. Say no more. Such a

Small pamphlet. 12pp. Single copies, 3 cents; 50 29. Washington and York.

copies, 75 cents; 100 copies, $1.00. By mail at these JOHN J. CORNELL, Chairman. trifle is not worthy of a thought, I assure

prices. you.”—Chicago News.

QUAKERISM: ITS BELIEFS AND MESSAGES. By William HAPPY are all free peoples,

Edward Turner (Editor of the British Friend.) 40 Black Dress Textures

pp. 10 cents. (By mail, 12 cents; 5 copies, 50 cents.)

Too strong to be dispossessed. We make sweeping reductions in ap- But blessed are those among nations RELIGIOUS VIEWS OF FRIENDS. By Howard M. Jenproved qualities and styles of Black Dress

Who dare to be strong for the rest.

kins. (Chicago Congress Paper, 1893.) 24 pp. Goods to effect prompt and large selling.

-Mrs. Browning.

cents; 50 copies, 75 cents; 100 copies, $1.00. By mail

at these prices. Black French-finish Serge, Surah twill, all

FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER ASSOCIATION, wool. The 3772-cent quality reduced Law is not law, if it violates the prin

Limited,
to 25 cents a yard.
ciples of eternal justice.-L. M. Child.

921 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Black Fancy Granite, all-wool, in a variety
of small, neat designs, makes a very cool

It is as much a theft to steal with a long
dress for summer wear. The 40-cent
head as with a long arm.—Ruskin.

ENGLISH BOOKS. quality reduced to 31 cents a yard.

LET him who would move the world Black Silk-finish Henrietta, all-wool, jet first move himself. --Socrates.

FIRST LESSONS IN THE HEBREW PROPHETS. By Ed

ward Grubb, M. A. Price 50 cents. Mailed, 55 and blue black, 45 inches wide. The

65-cent quality reduced to 50 cents. All that is human must retrogade if it The QUAKER Ideal. By Francis Frith. Cloth, 6. Black English Mohair Brilliantine, bright, do not advance.-Gibbon.

cents. Paper, 35 cents. 5 cents extra on each' for lustrous, and durable quality, 45 inches wide. The 65-cent quality reduced to

"HOPE is a necessity ; realization a THE QUAKERS. By F. Storrs Turner. Price, $1.75, luxury."

15 cents extra for postage. 50 cents a yard.

QUAKER PICTURES. Two volumes. By W. Whitten. Black Wide Wale Diagonal Serge, all

Price $2.00. 20 cents extra for postage.
wool, 50 inches wide.
The 65-cent The Aquarille

FRIENDS' BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES, comprising. Elizabeth quality reduced to 50 cents a yard.

Fry, John G. Whittier, William Allen, John Bright, Black Fancy Pierola Novelties, six stylish OCEAN END OF TENNESSEE Ave.,

Peter Bidford, and Daniel Wheeler. Paper, each 27

cents. 3 cents extra by mail. designs, 42 inches wide.

The $1.00

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. quality reduced to 75 cents a yard.

The house has been thoroughly renovated. It is well

The above books are published in London, heated and home-like. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Summer Flannels

England, and with other English M. E. & H. M. Humpton

publications are for sale by Seasonable and attractive values now

FRIENDS' BOOK ASSOCIATION. offered.

The Pennhurst,
Ceylon Wash Flannels, for Women's

S. W. Cor. 15th and Race Sts., Philad'a.
Michigan Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
Waists, just the thing for seashore and

The house has every convenience, including
mountain wear, at 15, 25, and 31 cents

steam heat and an electric elevator running to a yard.

level of pavement. Open ali the year. Send Navy Blue Flannel, for bathing suits, 25, for illustrated booklet. 31, and 40 cents a yard.

JAMES HOOD. Nature's
Colored Eiderdowns, suitable for capes for
outing wear, 25 cents a yard.

Remedy
Special values in White Flannels, at 20,
CLEMENT A. WOODNUTT,

For the cure of all chronic and acute 25, and 31 cents a yard. Summer Gause White Flannels, 35 and

Undertaker

diseases, a life-giving principle free 50 cents a yard.

and Embalmer,

from all drugs. Asthma, bronchitis, Angola Summer Skirting Flannel, at 15

catarrh, consumption, headache, neucents a yard. 1728 GIRARD AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA.

ralgia, rheumatism, nervous prostraSamples sent upon request.

Telephone 66-99-A.

tion, and general debility cured by Mail orders receive prompt and accurate

inhaling
attention.

Compound
Address Orders “ Department C.”

Oxygen
Strawbridge & Clothier,

UNDERTAKER
PHILADELPHIA.

Our home treatment, which contains and EMBALMER

two months' supply of Compound ESTABLISHED 1860.

Oxygen, inhaling apparatus ; full diM. L. PHILIBERT,

TELEPHONE 5807.

rections sent to any part of the counFRENCH

try. This includes medical advice

No. 1313 Vine Street,
STEAM DYER, SCOURER, AND DRY CLEANER

during treatment. Pamphlet with ad. PHILADELPHIA,

vice to the sick, home treatment, and 210 S. Eighth St., Philadelphia. Branch Office, 727 S, Second Street. Ellwood Heacock.

testimonials free. Cleaning of Blankets and Lace Curtains a specialty

DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF LOUISA J. ROBERTS.

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With Extracts from her Journal, and

Selections from her Writings.
12mo., cloth, 286 pages, with two portraits. Price,
$1.00, postage paid.

For Sale by
FRIENDS' BOOK ASSOCIATION,
S. W. Corner 15th and Race Streets, Philadelphia.

Please mention FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER, when answering Advertisements in it. This is of value to us and to the advertisers.

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THE GUARDIAN TRUST AND DEPOSIT CO.

No. 7 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. This Company does a General Trust and Banking Business. Interest allowed on Deposits. Acts as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, (executing Trusts of every kind), Receiver, Guardian, etc.

or Dividends Collected, Real Estate managed for residents or non-residents, etc., etc. President,

Vice-Presidents,

Seeretary and Treasurer, EDWARD STABLER, Jr. DANIEL MILLER and JONATHAN K. TAYLOR. WILLIAM M. BYRN. Executive Committee : Wm. H. Bosley, Chairman, Henry C. Matthews, Daniel Miller, John L. Blake,

Francis A. White, Matt C. Fenton, Basel B. Gordon.

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The Provident Life and Trust Company of Philadelphia
409 Chestnut St.

Capital, $1,000,000, Fully Paid.
INSURES LIVES, GRANTS ANNUITIES, RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT, ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMIN-

ISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, COMMITTEE, RECEIVER, AGENT, ETC.
All Trust Funds and Investments are kept separate and apart

from the assets of the Company. President, SAMUEL R. SHIPLEY; Vice-President, T. WISTAR BROWN; Vice-President and Actuary. ASA S. WING ; Manager of Insurance Department, JOSEPH ASHBROOKE;

Trust Officer, J. ROBERTS FOULKE: Assistant Trust Officer, J. BARTON TOWNSEND;

Assistant Actuary, DAVID G. ALSOP.

PENN MUTUAL

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

OF PHILADELPHIA.
This Company furnishes ALL DESIRABLE FORMS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT INSURANCE at
actual NET COST. It is PURELY MUTUAL; has ASSETS OF THIRTY MILLIONS, and a SUR-
PLUS of over 372 MILLIONS. ITS POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITABLE AND INCONTESTABLE.
President,

Vice-President,

Secretary and Treasurer; HARRY F. WEST, GEORGE K. JOHNSON. HENRY C. BROWN.

J. T. JACKSON & CO., Real Estate Brokers,

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No. 711 WALNUT ST., PHILA.

CAPITAL, $1,000,000
SURPLUS, $2,000,000

THE GIRARD

TRUST CO.

Rents, Sales, Mortgages, etc., etc.

LIFE INSURANCE,

ANNUITY, AND

EASTERN NEBRASKA INVESTMENTS.

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Long or Short Time.
Netting 6 per ct. Interest. With Perfect Security.

Collection of interest and principal attended to without
cost to investor. Correspondence invited.
BANK OF MUNROE, Munroe, Platte Co., Neb.
JOSEPH WEBSTER,

WM. WEBSTER,
President.

Cashier.

PETER WRIGHT & SONS

OFFICERS:
EFFINGHAM B. MORRIS, President.

HENRY TATNALL, Vice-President.
WM. NEWBOLD ELY, Treas. and Sec’y.

N. B. CRENSHAW, Real Estate Officer.
EDW. SYDENHAM PAGE, Ass't Sec’y.

A. A. JACKSON, Ass't to Pres. and Vice-Pres. CHARLES JAMES RHOADS, Ass't Treas.

WM. X. AUMONT, Manager Trust Dept.
GEORGE TUCKER BISPHAM, Solicitor.

MANAGERS:
EFFINGHAM B. MORRIS,
WILLIAM H. JENKS,

GEO. H. MCFADDEN,
JOHN A. Brown, Jr.,
GEORGE TUCKER BISPHAM,

Henry TATNALL,
BENJAMIN W. RICHARDS,
WILLIAM H. Gaw,

ISAAC H. CLOTHIER,
John B. GARRETT,
FRANCIS I. GOWEN,

JOHN C. SIMS,
PEMBERTON S. HUTCHINSON,

Josiah M. BACON.
BROAD AND CHESTNUT STREETS

305-307 WALNUT ST., PHILAD'A. LETTERS OF CREDIT for Travelers.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE bought and sold. The purchase and sale of Prime Investment Securities a Specialty

Loans negotiated on Real Estate. Interest allowed on deposits.

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ATLANTIC CITY.

CLEANLINESS

14 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia. Harriet W Eck

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AND JOURNAL.

PHILADELPHIA, 921 ARCH STREET, FIFTH MONTH 28, 1898.

Swarthmore College,

Course of study extended and thorough, preparing To Lo small private family, a nicely furnished house

For Terms and Table of Contents see

IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Second Page.

YOUNG FRIENDS' ASSOCIATION.
SWARTHMORE, PENNA.

The regular meeting of the Association of Philadelphia GENTLEMAN . WISHES A POSITION AS

! will be held in the Lecture Room, 15th and Race streets, A

CHARLES DeGARMO, President. principal of a school. Has had experience in this

on Second-day evening, Sixth month 6, according to the work and is strong in government, Excellent references Under care of Friends. Send for Catalogue.

decision of the Association at its last meeting. given. . Address No. 33, this Office.

NOTE.-Wm. W. Birdsall, President-elect, will assume An important report will be presented by the Building

the duties of that office after Commencement, Sixth Mo. BOARDERS WANTED.-M. B. HARDING,

Committee, accompanied by stereopticon views of the Bustleton, Pa., opposite Methodist Church. 14, 1898.

proposed plans. A full attendance is especially desired. I.

PROGRAM.
CHAUNCEY SHORTLIDGE, A. B. (SWARTH:

George School,
more, '96), last year principal of Friends' Academy,

The Richmond Conferences, an Illustrated Talk by Locust Valley, N.Y., now a Senior at Harvard College,

NEAR NEWTOWN, BUCKS COUNTY, PA. William W. Birdsall. desires a responsible position in a Friends' school. Address I. CHAUNCEY SHORTLIDGE, 10 Oxford

Under the care of Philadelphia Yearly St., Cambridge, Mass.

Meeting of Friends.

O LET, . FOR OR SALE, LOW. SWARTHMORE. students either for business or for College.

for three months (until Ninth month 15), five chambers, New and attractive residence, 12 rooms, tiled bath, For catalogue, apply to

electric light, all conveniences. porcelain tub, nickeled plumbing, all conveniences, elec

GEORGE L. MARIS, Principal,

NATHANIEL E. JANNEY, tric light, pure water, sewer to tide water; first floor

George School, Penna. Room 508, Land Title Building, Broad and Chestnut Sts. finished in quartered oak; upper floors in cypress ; lot, 50 X 160 feet; only $5,500; very easy terms; rare chance

ANTED.-BOARD IN PRIVATE FRIENDS' for a home in one of our handsomest suburbs.

Swarthmore
NATHANIEL E. JANNEY,

family, for lady, within six squares of Broad and Room 508, Land Title Building, Broad and Chestnut Sts. Grammar

Swarthmore, Pa.

Chestnut streets. Address X., II12 Girard Building,

Philadelphia. GOVERNESS, OR NURSERY GOVERNESS'S | School position wanted by young woman Friend of expe

Primary. Intermediate, High School, I WANTED: BOARDERS AT A HEALTHY rience and refinement. Fair salary. Address S., this Office,

for catalogue containing particulars, Everything desirable. Terms moderate. Address Box

references, and letters from parents. 78, Lahaska, Pa. SUMMER BOARDING. -ON DR: PRICE'S farm at Westtown Station, Media R. R. Address ARTHUR H. TOMLINSON, Principal.

A POSTAL CARD RECEIVES PROMPT ATTENTION.. S. ELLA DAVIS, Westtown, Pa.

JOHN S. CONRAD,

LAUNDRY, A BOY OF 19, (GEORGE SCHOOL STUDENT), Abington Friends' School,

2103, 2105 COLUMBIA AVENUE, PHILA desires position. Reference furnished. Address A.,

FOR BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS OF BOTH SEXES. 400 S. 9th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Near Jenkintown, Penna., 10 miles from Philadelphia.

THE MINERAL SPRINGS, COUPLE WITH TWO CHILDREN (GIRLS) Under the care of Abington Monthly Meeting. Liberal would like board for summer. Private family pre

SPICELAND, IND. course of study. Students prepared for college or busiferred. Near station and within half-hour of city. Adness. The home-like surroundings make it especially

A DELIGHTFUL HEALTH RESORT. dress, stating terms and particulars, K., Office of

attractive to boarding pupils. Students admitted whenFRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER.

Mud Baths for Rheumatism. Kidney, Stomach, Bowel, ever there are vacancies. Send for circulars to

Liver, and other chronic diseases carefully treated.

LOUIS B. AMBLER, Principal, FOR RENT::.- FURNISHED HOUSE OF 11

G. DILLWYN BAILY, M. D., Manager. Or rooms and bath at Pleasantville, Westchester Co., CYNTHIA G. BOSLER, Sec'y, Ogontz, Pa.

Jenkiniown, Pa. N. Y. High ground and very pleasant. Stable. 2% miles from Chappaqua Meeting. Call on, or address,

Annual Meeting. ESTHER C. PIERCE, Pleasantville, New York.

Friends' Academy,

The THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING or OR RENT. A HOME IN THE PLEASANT FOR

LOCUST VALLEY, LONG ISLAND.

the Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Persons will be village of Mullica Hill, New Jersey. The owner to

held Sixth month 9, 1898, at 3p.m., at 4400 Girard Ave., board with tenant. Inquire of THOMAS BURTON,

A Boarding and Day School for Boys and Girls, under the care of Friends.

for the purpose of electing a Board of Managers, etc. Mullica Hill, N. J.

Thorough instruction to fit for business or to enter Addresses are expected from prominent speakers. Ali

college. Board and tuition $150 per school year. New WANTED-BYATRAINED NURSE OF WIDE

interested are invited. experience, who is a good housekeeper, a position Building with modern conveniences. of trust, either in an institution or with an invalid. Best

For particulars, address of reference. Address M. A. F., care FRIENDS'.INTEL

PRINCIPAL FRIENDS' ACADEMY

Locust Valley, Long Island, N. Y., LIGENCER Office.

Darlington Seminary,

FOR YOUNG LADIES. - BY TWO ADULTS, A COUPLE,

Near the beautiful borough of West Chester, Penna. or two ladies, (Friends preferred) to take part of Chappaqua Mountain Institute, a house, all modern conveniences. Call, or address

Forty-second School Year commences Ninth month E. M. SATTERTHWAIT, Palmyra, New Jersey.

A FRIENDS' BOARDING SCHOOL FOR

12th next. Beautiful and healthy location. Grounds, 27 BOYS AND GIRLS.

acres. Mathematical, Scientific, Literary, and Linguistic ,

Courses of Study. Also an Art Department. New Gymnear Newtown. Healthy location, pleasant rooms,

The building is modern, and the location is the hill nasium. This school has been uniformly successful for shade, porches, spring water, fruit, etc. Address, M. country thirty-two miles north of New York City.

pearly half a century. Pupils from almost every State. ELLA JANNEY, Box 169, Newtown, Penna.

For Circulars, address

Eight instructors, mostly specialists. Terms, $190 a year. CHAPPAQUA MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE,

For illustrated Catalogue address the Principal. ISITING GOVERNESS. – KINDERGARTEN

Chappaqua, New York.

RICHARD DARLINGTON, Ph. D., student, with experience in teaching, would take

West Chester, Penna. charge of children under twelve years of age. English branches, Froebel methods, and music. Address E. S., WEST CHESTER (PA.)

Friends' Central School, 410 N. 34th Street, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

FIFTEENTH AND RACE STS., EMPLOYMENT, OFFICE.—MALE, AND FE

PHILADELPHIA. male help; white and colored. All kinds of work.

Fits for teaching, college, professional schools, dr Address John Stringham, 1291 Lex. Ave., New York business. Ideal location. High grade teachers and

Under care of the Monthly Meetings of Philadelphia. City.

furnishes a practical, guarded education, and fits for teaching. Buildings and equipment unsurpassed. Finest college.

WM. W. BIRDSALL, PARTIES DESIRING TO VISIT WASHINGTON school gymnasium in America. $5 per week. can be accommodated with rooms, and board in a

Address G. M. PHILIPS, Principal. Friends' family. One block from street cars passing

Circulars on Application. railroad stations, Capitol, and public buildings. Terms, $1.50 a day. Address FRIEND, 1626. Nineteenth Street, N. W..,

SUCH AS TEACHERS, GOVERNESSES, Washington, D.C. WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS-EGGS FOR MATRONS, COMPANIONS, ETC., supplied without charge. Telephone 1-41-63. D. :.

hatching $1.00 for 15. JOS, P. PALMER, Geigers Mills, Pa

CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL BUREAU (EDW. Č. DIXON) 1420 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA.

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“ BRAINY” ASSISTANTS, TUTORS, STENOGRAPHERS, CLERKS,

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A CENTRE FOR INFORMATION ON ALL FRIENDLY

MATTERS.

We are satisfied with small profits.

ANY Soap is Soap

It brings us many sales. Friends' Intelligencer Association, (LIMITED.) Serge Suits, of the best quality, But grades differ. You want the best.

You will always be satisfied with good, $7.50 to $15.

never with poor soap, such as need SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER ANNUM. To subscribers residing west of the Mississippi River The cost of bread is advanced by making the presents to make it go.

Therefore use a discount of one-fourth from this rate, making the price loaf smaller—the price remains the same. “Dreydoppel Soap" for all purposes. $1.50 per annum. To those who get up and forward “ Clubs"

The cost of clothing is advanced in the same Dreydoppél Soap renders clothes beaugive one extra copy, free, for each ten subscribers.

way. Prices the same, quality less. Single copies, 5 cents.

Át this store prices have not advanced nor has tiful, white, sweet, healthful for wear. quality decreased even to the smallest degree.

The best for bath, toilet, hair shampoo, SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME,

Take the serge suits, for instance, at $7 50 | etc. You find the present in the quality.
WHEN IT IS DESIRED TO DISCONTINUE, NOTICE MUST BE
GIVEN. WE DO NOT

and upward. The serge is exactly the same as
that we sold last year.

USE DREYDOPPEL SOAP.
Made by the same
mills, of the same grade wool. The making up

THE BEST BECAUSE IT IS ! OFFICES : 921 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA. (tailoring) is better than last year.

“ First Prize World's Fair, 1893." The same prices exist at other stores, $7.50 ADVERTISING RATES.-For transient advertise- to $20, but as a rule the loaf is smaller ments, 10 cents per line, one time; 772 cents per line each insertion, two times. For longer insertion reduced rates,

What people most like about our Merchant Tailoring YOUNG FRIENDS' ASSOCIATION ROOMS, which will be furnished upon application.

department, just inaugurated on the second floor, is the
prompt and pleasing service. Next to that the good fit

140 N. FIFTEENTH STREET. and stylish appearance given, and next to that the most

re-opened REMITTANCES by mail should be in CHECKS, satisfactory prices $20 to $30, silk-lined or not--as you DRAFTS, or Post-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS; the last like.

NINTH MONTH 27TH, 1897. preferred. Money sent us by mail will be at the risk of

The rooms are open daily, except First-days, from the person so sending. Draw checks and money

E. 0. THOMPSON'S SONS,

8.30 a. m. to 9.30 p, m., and Friends are cordially invited orders to the order of FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER Asso

to avail themselves of the facilities afforded, those from CIATION, LIMITED. 1338 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. PA. without the city and young Friends boarding in the city

being particularly desired to do so.

The rooms are designed to be
EXCURSION TO IDAHO POSTPONED.
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE.

Editors FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER :
A GOOD WORD EACH WEEK. -XXII., . 375
We have been compelled to postpone our excursion to

FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE.
Idaho, that was advertised to take place the 31st inst.
POETRY: UNWASTED DAYS,

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owing to the Railroad officials setting the time for Sixth THE Sharpless homestead at Catawissa, Pennsylvania, NEW YORK YEARLY MEETING,

375
month 7.

belonging to the estate of J. K. Sharpless, deceased.

Catawissa, population about 3,000, is on the PennJOHN PEMBERTON, BY GRIFFITH JOHN, We believe that date will suit the majority better. It sylvania, Philadelphia & Reading, and D. L. & W.

R. R., 150 miles from Philadelphia, at the Junction of . 376 will enable all to see the growing grass, grain, and fruit (Conclusion,

Catawissa Creek and the North Branch of the Susquenearer advanced to maturity, and those who never visited KEEPING OUR FRIENDSHIPS IN REPAIR, . 377

hanna River. It is situated in a healthy, picturesque an irrigated section of country to see what water will do neighborhood, and is patronized as a summer resort by FRIENDS' NEW TESTAMENT LESSONS.

when applied artificially to the crops.

We trust many

many Philadelphia families. 378 will make an effort to go on this trip.

The property is a three story brick structure in a

quiet residence street about 100 yards from the FUTURE FIRST DAY SCHOOL LESSONS, · 379

Friends meeting-house. It contains twelve large rooms EXCURSION TO

besides a bath room, is heated by steam and is situated UNDERGROUND RAILROAD REMINISCENCES, 379

upon a lot 210 feet square. CALDWELL, Roswell, AND RIVERSIDE, IDAHO,

Pure mountain spring water is supplied from the mains EDITORIAL:

Sixth month 7, 1898.

of the Catawissa Water Co.. KNOWING AND NOT DOING,

There is an abundance of fruit of all kinds on the For railroad rates, and for other information, write to

place. Its size and location admirably fits it as a MORRIS A. WILSON, Magnolia, Illinois. Notes,

summer home,

For further information address DR. B. F. SHARPBIRTHS, DEATHS, MONEY-SAVING methods of advertising.

LESS or A. H. SHARPLESS, Catawissa, Pa. MEETINGS YEARLY MEETING WEEK,

Booklets written. S. EDWARD PASCHALL,
THE PERSECUTED DOUKHOBORTSI,
West Chester, Pa. In Philadelphia daily.

S. F. Balderston's Son “ LOYALTY," Paper by Arabella Carter, · 382 LIFE INSURANCE as a protection for families or

WALL PAPERS
NEWS OF FRIENDS,

· 383 old age. For rates, estimates, and results, address Wm.
C. ALLEN, 401 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

All Grades.

New Styles for Spring. · 383 Is YEARLY MEETING LONG ENOUGH ?

Estimates Given.
NOTES FROM YEARLY MEETING,

384
CAROLINE RAU,
736 Spring Garden St.,

Window Shades Made to Order. CONFERENCES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC.,

385

Philadelphia.

902 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia, Penna. EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT,

386

Plain Millinery
LITERARY NOTES,
387 MEDIUM FELTS AND STRAW BONNETS.

WALL PAPER of
COMMUNICATIONS :
The President's Attitude,

·
387
MONTGOMERY COUNTY MILK.

Attractive Styles
CONSHOHOCKEN Special attention given to serve
A Word of Commendation,
387

Popular Prices
DAIRIES. ing families. Office 603 North

Samples Free to any Address
POETRY: A Memory,

387 Eighth Street, Philadelphia, Penna.

JOSEPH L. JONES. MOVEMENTS IN THE RELIGIOUS FIELD, 388

A. L. Diament & Co., CURRENT EVENTS, 389, 390 Barlow's Indigo Blue Cheapest and Best

1624 Chestnut St.

Philadelphia, Pa. NEWS AND OTHER GLEANINGS,

· 390

PIROMM & KINDIG,
NOTICES

390
Successors to D. S. WILTBERGER.

Carpetings, Linoleum,

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Richards & Shourds, Jobbing attended to.

Please mention FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER, when answering Advertisements in it. This is of value to us and to the advertisers.

CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, AND CONTRACTORS.
1125 Spring St. (first street above Race), Philad'a., Pa.

Thompson Shourds, 2212 Wallace Street.
Charles W. Richards, 1220 Angle St., Tioga.

210 S. Eighth St., Philadelphia.

Branch Office, 727 S, Second Street. Cleaning of Blankets and Lace Curtains a specialty

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