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REPORTS from the army in Porto Rico, on the 26th, give Havana, in 1796, from San Domingo, when that island, now the total number of sick at 2,509, or 23 per cent. of the whole. called Hayti, was ceded by Spain to France.) The “ official General Brooke advises against sending fresh regiments to exhumation?'at Havana, took place at 9 o'clock on the mornthe scene, as they would be obliged to go through the same ing of the 26th ult., in the presence of General Blanco, and experience. General Otis reported from Manila, on the 26th : other authorities. The general public were ordered out of the “ Total in the hospital to-day highest of any day-529 ; ty- cathedral, in which the remains rested, at 8 o'clock, and no phoid fever patients, 95; all doing well and mostly convales- one was allowed inside after that hour.

About 1,200 excused from duty, mostly light ailments, showing condition fair for their latitude. Nineteen deaths from disease this month ; 23 in August."

NEWS AND OTHER GLEANINGS. LARGE expenditure, and a continuation of "

apAt Boston, on the 26th inst., the Board of Directors of pears to be the prospect ahead. In a recent interview, Senathe American Peace Society (of which Robert Treat Paine is tor Allison, of Iowa, chairman of the Finance Committee of president, and Dr. Benjamin F. Trueblood secretary),

Benjamin F. Trueblood secretary), the Senate, is reported as saying : “ The war taxes will not adopted resolutions approving the Czar's disarmament circu- be repealed at the forthcoming session of Congress. My lar, expressing appreciation of President McKinley's prompt opinion is that the main features of the tax will never be reendorsement of the Czar's project, and declaring the time is pealed.

pealed. The enormous expenditures of the Government will opportune for the reopening of negotiations for a permanent necessitate increased revenues, and much of the revenue of treaty of arbitration between the United States and Great the future must come from internal taxation." Britain, and urging the President to proceed in the matter at - The New York Evening Post remarks : “ It is a curious the earliest practicable moment.

fact that, while plenty of people favor the policy of colonial It was voted unanimously to send to President McKinley possessions and of the large army which they will require, a protest against any permanent enlargement of the army. hardly anybody wants to go as a soldier to those regions. more than may be absolutely necessary for police purposes. Official announcement has been made from Washington that

no more volunteers will be mustered out, no matter what inPRESIDENT MCKINLEY is intending a trip to the West, to fluence is brought to bear.' This refers to the notorious fact visit the Exposition at Omaha. He will probably be absent

that tremendous pressure' has been exerted from many from Washington about a fortnight. He will leave on the States to secure the release of regiments which shrink from roth of this month, and go directly through to Omaha, doing garrison duty in remote and unhealthful parts of the spending the 12th there. He may go to Denver, which he is

world. desirous of doing. Returning, he is to be in Chicago on the

- The scientific commission appointed to inquire into the 18th or 19th, at the demonstration called the “Peace Jubilee."

cause of the typhoid epidemic in the army camps in the EXTRAORDINARY events have occurred, and are probably water so much as by the flies. They were present in myriads,

South, reports that the disease was not spread by the drinking now occurring, in China. The government at Pekin is dis- fed on the matter from the hospitals, etc., and carried it on tracted. An “imperial edict," published on the 22nd ult.,

their feet to the mess-tents, where they walked over the food announced that the Emperor had resigned his power to the

and left typhoid germs on it. The explanation appears to be Dowager Empress, (widow of a former Emperor). She favors Russia and Li Hung Chang ; the Emperor was friendly to

accepted. The commissioners declare the proof is over

whelming in support of their diagnosis. Their recommendaEngland, and had proposed a number of reforms. His prin- tion made is for disinfecting the sinks and killing the germs cipal adviser, Kang Yuwei, a Cantonese, (south China, as

so the flies cannot carry poison away. opposed to the Manchurian influence), fled from Pekin, and

-The Schwenkfelders held their Memorial Day meeting has been protected by the English, but his brother was seized, and condemned to death. It has been rumored that

at their meeting-house in Towamensing, (near the line of the Emperor is dead, and one dispatch asserts that he died Gwynedd), in Montgomery county, (Pa.), on the 24th ult. on September 21, directly he issued the edict giving the

An account of this interesting anniversary service dowager the regency."

given last year in the INTELLIGENCER. The Schwenkfelders are a small body of plain, peaceable people, who have

been settled in this region since 1734. The disturbance in China represents partly the contest between English and Russian influences. A despatch from -Ordnance officers say the value of ammunition shot Shanghai, published here on the 26th ult., said that it was re- away by Dewey at Manila was $47,000, and by the North ported that Russia had offered the Dowager Empress 10,000 Atlantic fleet at Santiago, on July 3, and during the bombardtroops from Port Arthur, to keep order in Pekin, if necessary. ments, about $100,000. This is, of course, only a partial reIt was also stated that the British fleet in Chinese waters had port; the money “shot away" elsewhere must be a large been placed under orders to intercept Russian taansports in the event of an attempt to land troops. Another dispatch -The temporary organization of the postal system in the said that a British fleet had sailed from Wei Hei Wei under important cities and towns in Porto Rico, under United sealed orders. It is supposed that its destination is Ta Ku, States authority, will be in operation almost as soon as the at the entrance of the river leading to Tien-Tsin, the port of evacuation of the island by the Spaniards is complete. “A Pekin, " to make a naval demonstration there."

good business is being done."

--A current news item says : Justice of the Peace ReyAFTER a severe struggle, the French Cabinet decided on

nolds, of Denver, though newly appointed, is already popular the 26th ult., to refer to the Court of Cassation, (a court of

as a marriage knot tier. He omits the word “obey” from appellate jurisdiction), the petition of Mme. Dreyfus for a revision of her husband's case. Some of the ministers, in- opinion of Colorado women.

the ceremony, saying he does so in deference to the general cluding the Minister of Justice, Sarrien, and of Agriculture, Viger, opposed the action taken, and “it is understood that

-A New York dispatch, 26th, says : Cotton again broke M. Brisson (Premier of the Cabinet), literally wrung consent

the record for lowest prices to-day. October sold down to from the Cabinet for a revision, after a remarkable display of

5.09 cents.

December to 5.19 cents, and January to 5.23

These quotations have never before been touched in eloquence and personal influence and the stormiest scenes. It now rests with the court to decide whether there shall be a

the history of the trade. retrial. Confessions alleged to have been made by Esterhazy

-It is announced in Madrid that 10,000 Spaniards in have been published in London, admitting the most scandal

Porto Rico have refused to live in the island under the Amerous forgeries in the prosecution of Dreyfus.

can flag. They will return to Spain, or go elsewhere-sup

posing the report true. The Spanish Government is removing to Spain, from -Heavy storms have prevailed in the Baltic Sea, and 120 Havana, the remains of Columbus. (They were brought to fishermen have been drowned between Polangen and Libạu.

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Cincinnati. ECKSTEIN

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New York

JEWETT

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ARYTES, Whiting, Silica,

Zinc, etc., etc., are used to
adulterate White Lead, because
White Lead, and are branded and
sold as “ White
" White Lead,”

Lead,” « Pure
White Lead,” etc., because they
cannot be sold as Barytes, Whit-
ing, Silica and Zinc.
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Chicago.

SHIPMAN

COLLIER

MISSOURI

St. Louis

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SOUTHERN

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Philadelphii. MORLEY

Cleveland.

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neys to break ?

Mrs. K—had engaged a robust, middle-aged colored woman to do some house-cleaning. During the progress of the work Mrs. K. - said :

"A colered man came along here one day last week and wanted work, and I let him wash some windows, but he did not

do the work at all well. are

"What fo' lookin' man was he?'' asked the helper.

“Well, he was a big, strong fellow, and he had but one eye.

He said that his name was White.

He did very poor work." I specs he did, lady. He's de wus no'count in dis town.''

“Oh, then you know him ?.''

“Know him ? Why, lady, I's mah’ied to 'im!”-Harper's Bazar..

The second annual session of the CivicPhilanthropic Conference will be held at

Battle Creek, Mich., October 18 to 23. By using National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors,

Philanthropists, educators, and ministers Salem, Mass.

any desired shade is readily obtained. Pamphlet giving valu- of all denominations will participate in CORNELL Bufalo, able information and card showing samples of colors free; also

the conference to consider economic, folder showing pictures of house painted in different designs or various styles or KENTUCKY Louisville,

combinations of shades forwarded upon application to those intending to paint. hygienic, sanitary, philanthropic, and National Lead Co., 100 William St., New York.

patriotic questions, with the hope of evolving some . practical methods of

reform. NOTICES.

*** A Circular Meeting under the care of a

Committee of Concord Quarterly Meeting, will * A Conference of teachers, parents, school be held at Birmingham, on First-day, Tenth

Compel your dealer to get committees, and others interested in the subject month 2. To convene at 3 o'clock.

you Macbeth lamp-chimneys of education, will be held in the meeting-house,

MARY P. HARVEY, Clerk. 15th and Race streets, Philadelphia, on Seventh

you can. day afternoon, Tenth month 1, 1898, at 2

Does he want your chimo'clock.

A WOMAN was once heard to remark, Professor John B. De Motte will address the “I am so glad I don't like cabbage, bemeeting upon • Brains and Thinking.” All cause, if I did like it, I should eat so much

Write Macbeth Pittsburgh Pa are invited.

of it ; and I do dislike it so !”-Spectator. On behalf of the Educational Committee of

Swarthmore. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

On the new Russian military railway For rent or sale, Queen Anne Cottage, 12 Lewis V. ŠMEDLEY, Clerk. from Europe to Andijan, on the borders rooms, steam heat, and open fire grates. The

of the Chinese Empire, a tree-like shrub location is very delightful, directly overlooking on First-day, at 7.30 o'clock, during Tenth along the line through the desert to pre- and plenty of fruit. Apply to *** United Evening Meetings, Philadelphia. called the sascaoul, had to be planted all the athletic grounds of the College, and very

close to the meeting-house ; one acre of ground, month, at Fonrth and Green streets, excepting / vent the rails being covered by sand. For , it St

DAVID SCANNELL, 814 Arch Street. Lancaster Avenue, West

' Philadelphia. The further protection a ribbon of wild oats runs general attendance of our members is urged, along both sides of the railway. whether belonging to that meeting or not.

Cotton-filled

Comfortables *** Spruce Street Meeting, Philadelphia, will re-open for religious worship on First-day,

All with filling of pure carded Tenth month 2, at 10.30 a. m.

Cotton, and the numbers here

UNDERTAKER * A religious meeting will be held at

quoted at prices below those Friends' Home for Children, 4011 Aspen street,

and EMBALMER

generally prevailing. West Philadelphia, Tenth month 2, at 3pm.

ESTABLISHED 1860. A general invitation is given to all minister

Comfortables, Silkoline - covered, at ing Friends and others. * Come let us reason

TELEPHONE 5807.

95 cents, $1.00, and $1.50. together, saith the Lord."

No. 1313 Vine Street,

Comfortables, Silkoline-covered and PHILADELPHIA.

ruffled, $1.25, $1.50, and $1.75. * The regular meeting of Concord Firstday School Union will be held at Middletown

Ellwood Heacock.

Heavy-weight Comfortables in covermeeting-house, Delaware county, Pa., on Sev

ings of neat designs, $1.15, $1.50, enth-day, Tenth month 15, convening at 10.30

All interested are invited to attend. Train leaving Broad Street Station at 8.46

Handsome Satine-covered Comfortaa. m., will be met by carriages at Darlington CLEMENT A. WOODNUTT, bles, $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00. Station, (Central Division P. W. & B. R. R.) HERBERT P. WORTH,

Undertaker

Comfortables for babies' cribs, 50 cts.
Clerks.
ANNA P.

and Embalmer,

Mail Orders receive prompt and accurate *. * New York Yearly Meeting's Visiting 1728 GIRARD AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA.

attention. Committee expects some of its members to visit

Telephone 66-99-A.

Address Orders “ Department C.” the following meetings in Tenth month :

Cornwall. 9. Oswego. 16. Ghent.

AQUILA J. LINVILL, 23. Poughkeepsie.

Dealer in Choice Lehigh Coal 30. Flushing.

PHILADELPHIA.
JOSEPH T. McDowell, Clerk.

1827 North 10th Street, Philadelphia.

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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. Interests

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

Vice-Presidents,

Secretary and Treasurer.
John L. BLAKE. DANIEL Miller and JONATHAN K. Taylor. WILLIAM M. BYRN.

Wm. H. Bosley, Chairman, Henry C.
Franeis A. White, Matthew C. Fenton, Basil B. .

Executive Committee : {Wmelis Boslemitchairman, Henren.com Matthews, Daniel Miller, George K. McGaw,

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The Provident Life and Trust Company of Phi

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.

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PENN 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.

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. E. 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.

Merchants' Trust Company,

LONG

PHILADELPHIA & READING RAILWAY.

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LOCAL

611-613 CHESTNUT STREET.
Stenographer,
DISTANCE
14 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia. CAPITAL (paid in),
CAPITAL (subscribed),

$500,000.00 TELEPHONE

SURPLUS,
Residence, 216 W. Coulter St. UNDIVIDED PROFITS,

30,094.49 1-42-25=D.

Interest allowed on Deposits. Titles to Real Estate

insured, and conveyancing done. Loans made on MortBarlow's Indigo Blue Cheapest and Best

gage and Approved Collateral. Surety entered for Ad

ministrators and others. The Company also acts as PIROMM & KINDIG,

Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, etc. Safe Deposit

Boxes to rent from $2 and upwards, per annum.
Successors to D. S. WILTBERGER.

JOSEPH R. RHOADS, President.
JOHN F. LEWIS, Vice-President.
ROBERT MORRIS EARLY, Sec. and Treas.
WM. B. LANE, Title and Trust Officer.

DIRECTORS.
Friends' Book Association

NICHOLAS BRICE,

EDWARD S. SAYRES, OF PHILADELPHIA

SPENCER M. JANNEY,

T. BOLTON WINPENNY, S. Davis PAGE,

ÉLLWOOD BECKER, JOSEPH R. RHOADS, EDWIN S. Dixon, JOHN F. LEWIS,

WARREN G. GRIFFITH, Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers, THOMAS R. GILL,

Samuel BANCROFT, Jr.,

CHAS, S. HINCHMAN, EDWARD G. McCOLLIN,
Blank Book Manufacturers,

ALFRED I. PHILLIPS.
Engravers and Printers,
Artists' Materials,

Kindergarten. School Supplies.
Harriet W Eck

N. W. Cor. 9th and Master Sts.

(P. & R. R. R.) S. W. Corner Fifteenth and Race Streets. seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

LEHIGH AND COAL FREE BURNING

Telephone Connection.

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READING, HARRISBURG, GETTYS-
BURG, CHAMBERSBURG, SHAMO-

KIN, WILLIAMSPORT, AND POINTS

IN INTERIOR PENNSYLVANIA.

John C. Hancock & Co.,

Royal Reading Route to

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PHILADELPHIA, 921 ARCH STREET, TENTH MONTH 8, 1898.

PUBLISHBD WEEKLY BY

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PAPERS EXCEPT UPON

ORDER OF SUBSCRIBER.

Advertisements of "Wanted,” “For Rent," | Baltimore Yearly Meeting. . Friends' Intelligencer Association, For Sale," etc., 5 cents a line, each insertion.

RAILROAD. ARRANGEMENTS. (LIMITED.)

Seven average words make a line. No advertise.
ment inserted for less than 20 cents.

Friends desiring to attend the approaching Baltimore

Yearly Meeting, are informed that arrangements have SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER ANNUM.

been made with the railroad companies, so that those To subscribers residing west of the Mississippie Reinisce A keeper

, or companion to elderly person,

LADY WISHES POSITION AS HOUSE- near the following railroads can obtain excursion tickets a discount of one-fourth from this rate, making the price

Refer

to Baltimore and return at a special rate of one and one$1.50 per annum.

ences exchanged. Address X. Y., 907 West Ninth St., third fare. To those who get up and forward “ Clubs” Wilmington, Del.

By applying personally or by letter to the undersigned, give one extra copy, free, for each ten subscribers.

or at the store of Friends' Book Association, southwest Single copies, 5 cents.

POSITION DESIRED BY REFINED

AND EX- corner of Fifteenth and Race streets, Philadelphia, card perienced young woman as mother's help, compan- orders on the ticket agents for tickets may be obtained ion, or governess. Address No. 53, this Office.

of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Pennsylvania SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME.

Railroad Division,-any point east of Pittsburg, PhilaWHEN IT IS DESIRED TO DISCONTINUE, NOTICE MUST BE

THE HOUR OR
GIVEN. WE DO NOT "STOP
DAILY TEACHER, BY

delphia and Erie Division, United Railroads of New hours, to young children at their homes. Experi- | Jersey Division, West Jersey Railroad, Philadelphia, enced. Address S., 47 Saunders Ave., W. Philadelphia. | Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, Philadelphia &

Baltimore Central Railroad, Baltimore & Potomac OFFICES : 921 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA. WANTED:-AT ONCE, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, Railroad, Northern Central Railway, and the Alexandria

as

& Fredericksburg Railway. Also the Baltimore and 51, this Office.

Ohio Railroad, east of the Ohio river and south of New ADVERTISING RATES.- For transient advertise

York city, or other leased or affiliated lines within these ments, io cents per line, one time ; 772 cents per line each

limits. insertion, two times. For longer insertion reduced rates,

WANTED:-BY A MIDDLE-AGED FRIEND, which will be furnished upon application.

a position as housekeeper, companion for invalid Tickets may be purchased from the 25th of Tenth or aged person, or any position of trust. Address R., month; with limit of expiration Eleventh month 8th, 606 N. Twenty-third St., Philadelphia.

1898, inclusive.

These orders are not valid if presented at any point CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE.

MOTHER'S HELP WANTED: --A YOUNG WO- where the excursion rate is less than twenty-five cents.

man with experience to assist in care of children. When orders are to be forwarded by máil a two-cent A GOOD WORD EACH WEEK. XLI.,

Liberal compensation. In replying, state previous ex- stamp should be enclosed to pay postage. Applicants

· 719 perience. Address, or apply 10 MRS. H. K. LOVE, will state specifically what railroad or what system POEM : IN THE AIR, 719 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pa.

they wish to come over

EDWARD STABLER, JR.,
RICHMOND CONFERENCE PAPERS:
IX. Chairman's Address, Religious Con-
WANTED:-AT ONCE, BY A PERSON OF

6 South street, Baltimore. ripe experience, a position as matron, or manag

W. THOMAS STARR, ference.-X. Our Smaller Meetings, by ing housekeeper, at institution, school, boarding-house,

North and Centre streets, Baltimore. Martha J. Warner,

719, 720 hotel, or private family. Address No.:47, this office. PRINCIPLES AND TESTIMONIES OF FRIENDS, No. 42. Peace and War,

LODGING ARRANGEMENTS. railroad and Friends' Meeting-house. Reference,

- 721 LETTERS FROM DISTANT FRIENDS,

Samuel Lambert, 1533 N. Eleventh street, Philad'a, Pa. 722, 723 MRS. S. A. GOVER, 1143 Twenty-first Street, N. W.,

Friends desiring to avail themselves of the accommoMIND INDESTRUCTIBLE, ALSO,

dation for lodging furnished at Park Avenue meeting723 Washington, D. C.

house, Baltimore, are requested to forward their applicaEDITORIAL:

tions as promptly as possible. The rooms will be ready Thę Czar's Proposal,

724 CAN BE HAD ON ARCH NEAR SIXTEENTH
Street, desirable furnished room, portion of a suite, month, for those who wish to attend the sessions of the

for occupancy on Sixth-day evening, 28th of Tenth Notes, 724 occupied by woman Friend. Address No. 52, this Office.

meeting of ministers and elders, on Seventh-day. MARRIAGES, DEATHS, 724

For those who cannot be accommodated at the meetNEWS OF FRIENDS :

SEVENTEENTH ST. PHIL.A. M423 NimBTue ing-house, or who may prefer to lodge elsewhere board. Center Quarterly Meeting,

or , , the 725 ments. Rooms and board, or rooms without board.

at a moderate cost. The Committee is prepared to furMeetings at Cape May and Ocean City, 725 Terms reasonable. Friends' family.

nish names and residences of those who offer such ac

commodations. Notes,

. 726 THE ARMY “ CANTEENS, WANTED.-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISH.

Applications may be addressed to any of the following ed rooms. Central only. Address No. 50, this

Friends: THE DOUKHOBORTSI MOVEMENT,

CHALKLEY HOLT, 817 W. North Ave., Balto. · CONFERENCES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC., . 727 TWO PLEASANT ROOMS WITH GOOD

SALLIE H. STARR, 308 E. Townsend St., Balto. EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT,

board. Private family, near trolley, and three

Sub. Committee of the Committee on Entertainment, . 727 LITERARY NOTES,

minutes' walk from 52d Street Station, 1484 N, 55th
street, West Philadelphia.

Bertha JANNEY, 1807 Bolton St., Balto., COMMUNICATIONS :

Secretary of the General Committee. Interest in Friends' Literature,

728 PARTIES DESIRING TO VISIT WASHINGTON N. B.-In making application, Friends will please

can be accommodated with rooms and board in a The Co-operation of Industry,

name the day on which they expect to reach Baltimore. 729 Friends” family. One block from street cars passing The Idaho Friends' Colony,

729 railroad stations, Capitol, and public buildings. Terms, Coaling Stations," 729 $1.50 a day. Address FRIEND, 1626 Nineteenth

Seven Days for $32.50. PUETRY: Into My Keeping; You Can Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

To Niagara Falls, Geneva, a trip on Seneca Lake, Never Tell,

729
MISSION WORK.

and Watkins Glen. Leave Reading Terminal on Sev• DOMESTIC SCIENCE" AS A STUDY,

enth-day, October 15, on 9 a.m. train, via the picturesque - 730

Three Teachers are much needed in the Bethany Mis- Lehigh and Wyoming Valley Route. BISHOP POTTER ON INTERNATIONAL DIS

sion for Colored People (First-day School), Brandywine For further information; inquire of ARMAMENT, . 731 St. below Sixteenth St. Philadelphia. One for a class

REBECCA B. NICHOLSON, A MODERATE COMPETENCY BEST,

732 for a class of little girls.
of young women, one for a class of little boys, and one

523 Cooper Street, Camden, N. J. " IMPERIALISM'S” PROSPECTS,

. 732 Sessions on First-day from 3 to 4.30 o'clock. TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN,

. 733
M. BALDERSTON, Supt.

Excursion to Idaho.
CUBA FIFTY YEARS AGO,

733
Young Friends’ Association.

THERE will be an
MISCELLANY:
Art in the Useful ; A Letter of Carlyle's;
The regular meeting of the Young Friends' Associa

EXCURSION TO PARMA, IDAHO, tion will be held in the Lecture Room, Fifteenth and

TENTH MONTH 18, A “ Frugal” but Rich Life; The Mor- Race streets, on Second-day evening, Tenth month 10, m«:n Situation ; Buddhism in Burmah ; at 8 o'clock. All are invited.

-the last regular one for 1898, unless further Pronouncing Évangeline; The Floor

PROGRAM.

notice is given. the Best Seat; Sickness in the Philip

I. FRIENDS' MINISTRY. Thoughts on the Third One fare, plus $2 for round trip from Chicago.
Query.

Helen R. Hillborn. pines; A Revival of Superstition; Great

Tickets good for 21 days. Increase of Expenditure; Thomas Cof- II. BRIEF NOTES ON THE RICHMOND CONFERENCE. Address, immediately,

Susan W. Janney.
fin's Picture,
· 734, 735, 736

MORRIS A. WILSON,
III. VACATION.

Isabel Chambers.
CURRENT EVENTS,
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