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Abolition Days

Dutcher's Shoes.

No fewer than 1, 173 persons have been There is but one good

The manufacture of some of the finest buried in Westminster Abbey.

French tapestry is so slow that an artist make of lamp-chimneys MICHIGAN has sixty more newspapers

cannot produce more than a quarter of a

square yard in a year. and magazines published within its bor

Macbeth — and your dealer ders than the recent census of Russia knows it.

ROYAL hair sold cheap in London recredits to that enormous Empire, with its

cently. Locks of King Edward IV., of

You want the Index. 129 166,000 inhabitants. And yet some

George III., of the Princess Charlotte of

Write Macbeth Pittsburgh Pa people fear the Slav will some day over

Wales, and of Napoleon I., with a bit of come the Teutonic type of man as he has

William IV.'s cerecloth, and the testievolved in the British Empire and greater WALL PAPER of

monials of authenticity thrown in, brought America. Never, unless we cease to be

$14 at auction.
intelligent and Russians cease to be igno-

Attractive Styles
rant.-Congregationalist.
Popular Prices

A Last Opportunity
Samples Free to any Address
A. L. Diament & Co.,

to buy
1624 Chestnut St.

Philadelphia, Pa.
in Lancaster county are lived over
again by reading “ The True Story of the Chris-
tiana Riot,” a book just published by The Sun Carpetings, Linoleum,

Mr. Dutcher will retire from the Shoe Busi-
PRINTING HOUSE, Quarryville, Pa. It is a word

ness within a few weeks, and offers thislast oppicture of the whole of this famous battle from

portunity to his patrons to place orders for his the passage of the Fugitive Slave law to the end

Window Shades, etc. well known goods. of the trial for treason of Castner Hanway. It

Women's,

Entire Ready-made Stock of is a work particularly interesting to members of Benjamin Green,

Misses', and Children's Shoes
the Society of Friends.

Reduced to Cost or Less
PRICE, $1.00, POSTPAID.

33 N. Second St., Philad'a. for quick closing.
Address all orders to

SAMUEL DUTCHER,
MARVIN E. BUSHONG,
S. F. Balderston's Son

45 North 13th Street.
May P.0., Lancaster Co., Pa.
WALL PAPERS

Swarthmore.
OLD RICHLAND FAMILIES. All Grades.

New Styles for Spring.

For rent or sale, Queen Anne Cottage, 12 Estimates Given.

rooms, steam heat, and open fire grates. The Handsomely Illustrated, 250 Pages.

Window Shades Made to Order.

location is very delightful, directly overlooking Roberts, Foulke, Bolton, Strauwn, Penrose, Morris,

the athletic grounds of the College, and very Green, Shaw, Edwards, Heacock, Thomas, Thomson, 902 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia, Penna.

close to the meeting-house; one acre of ground, Hallowell, Johnson, Ambler, Lester, Jamison, Spencer, and other faniilies.

and plenty of fruit. Apply to The chapter, " Records of Richland Meeting," is well

DAVID SCANNELL, 814 Arch Street.
worth the cost of the book to descendants of Richland
Friends.

WATCHES.
Price $3. In pamphlet form, $2.50. On and after the
first of the new year, the price will be advanced to $5

As one of the oldest houses in the watch each on all copies remaining. Orders, with the money,

UNDERTAKER
should be sent to
ELLWOOD ROBERTS,

trade - established three generations ago—and
Norristown, Pa.
and EMBALMER

up to date in every feature of the business, we N. B. A few copies of “ Lyrics of Quakerism

are able to offer the best and most serviceable sale at $1.25 each.

ESTABLISHED 1860.

watches for the least money. Give us a call. TELEPHONE 5807.

GEO. C. CHILD,

1020 Chestnut St.--2d Floor. No. 1313 Vine Street,

Established 1810 at 824 North Second Street.
OF RECENT PUBLICATION.

PHILADELPHIA,
THE MEETING FOR WORSHIP, By Howard M. Jenkins.

WALNUT
Ellwood Heacock.
Small pamphlet. 12pp. Single copies, 3 cents; 50
copies, 75 cents; 100 copies, $1.00. By mail at these

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FRIENDS' TRACTS AND PAMPHLETS

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prices,

QUAKERISM : Its BELIEFS AND MESSAGES. By William

Edward Turner (Editor of the British Friend.) 40
pp. 10 cents. (By mail, 12 cents; 5 copies, 50 cents.)

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H.C.BODEN & CO.

WALNUT & 13 "STS. MANUFACTURING OPTICIANS

PHILADELPHIA.

RELIGIOUS VIEWS OF FRIENDS. By Howard M. Jen

kins. (Chicago Congress Paper, 1893.) 24 pp.
cents; 50 copies, 75 cents; 100 copies, $1.00. By mail
at these prices.
FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER ASSOCIATION,

Limited,
921 Arch Street, Philadelphia,

ENGLISH BOOKS.

FIRST LESSONS IN THE HEBREW PROPHETS. By Ed

ward Grubb, M. A. Price 50 cents. Mailed, 55

cents.

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THE QUAKER IDEAL. By Francis Frith Cloth, 60

cents. Paper, 35 cents. 5 cents extra on each' for

postage. The QUAKERS. By F. Storrs Turner. Price, $1.75,

15 cents extra for postage.
QUAKER PICTURES. Two volumes. By W. Whitten.

Price $2.00. 20 cents extra for postage.
FRIENDS' BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES, comprising Elizabeth

Fry, John G. Whittier, William Allen, John Bright,
Peter Bidford, and Daniel Wheeler. Paper, each 27
cents. 3 cents extra by mail.

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The above books are published in London,
England, and with other English

publications are for sale by FRIENDS' BOOK ASSOCIATION.

S. W. Cor. 15th and Race Sts., Philad'a.

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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, ChairmanHenry C. , ,
Franeis A. White, Matthew C. Fenton, Gordon.

Executive Committee : {Emelis Boslemitechaiaman, Herren.com Matthews, Daniel Miller, George K. McGaw,

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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 Oficer, 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 3%2 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.

PETER WRIGHT & SONS

EXECUTES TRUSTS,

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT,
Long or Short Time.
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.

CARES FOR REAL ESTATE.
Netting 6 per ct. Interest. With Perfect Security.

OFFICERS:
Collection of interest and principal attended to without
cost to investor. Correspondence invited.
EFFINGHAM B. MORRIS, President.

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

N. B. CRENSHAW, Real Estate Officer. BANK OF MUNROE, Munroe, Platte Co., Neb.

EDW. SYDENHAM PAGE, Ass't Sec’y.
JOSEPH WEBSTER, WM. WEBSTER,

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

WM. E. AUMONT, Manager Trust Dept.
Cashier.

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, 305-307 WALNUT ST., PHILAD'A.

John B. GARRETT,
Francis I. Gowen,

John C. Sims,
LETTERS OF CREDIT for Travelers.

PEMBERTON S. HUTCHINSON,

JOSIAH M. BACON.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE bought and sold.

BROAD AND CHESTNUT STREETS
The purchase and sale of Prime Investment Securities
A Specialty.

Loans negotiated on Real Estate, Interest allowed on deposits.

BAIRD'S Pure,

AQUILA J. LINVILL,
Non-alcoholic
FLAVORING POWDERS AND SPICES Dealer in Choice Lehigh Coal
Are Strongest, Purest, Best, Most Economical, are the
words of hundreds of customers.

1827 North 10th Street, Philadelphia.
They are the Best, because :
ANTHRACITE COAL. NO SMOKE

1. They will not lose their flavor by heating.

2. They are true to their flavor and non-alcoholic. NO CINDERS. DOUBLE TRACKED. 3. One ounce of powder is equal to three of the ordi- Hanscoms'. Our prices are the lowest, our

variety the most complete, and HEAVY STEEL RAILS. STONE nary liquid extracts.

quality as near perfect as can be had. Shall we mail you 4. The spices are unequaled for making all kinds of a price catalogue for comparison ? BALLASTED. pickles.

No liquors or other offensive goods or methods The following preparations at 25 cents per box, or resorted to. five boxes for one dollar.

1311 Market Street. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Cherry, Peach, Royal Blue Line to New York. Banana, Pineapple, Almond, Chocolate, Cinnamon,

Nutmeg, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger, Wintergreen, Pep-
SWIFTEST AND SAFEST TRAINS permint, Rose, Celery.

999
Orders solicited by
IN THE WORLD.

Thos. Janney, 3954 Parrish Street, Philad'a. Friends' Book Association

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KIN, WILLIAMSPORT, AND POINTS

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

(P. & R. R. R.)
Harriet W Eck
LEHIC
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IN INTERIOR PENNSYLVANIA.

Royal Reading Route to

Please mention FRIENDS' INTEL-
ATLANTIC CITY. CLEANLINESS LIGENCER, when answering Adver-
AND COMFORT. SAFETY AND

tisements in it. This is of value to

us and to the advertisers. SPEED.

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AND JOURNAL.

PHILADELPHIA, 921 ARCH STREET, TENTH MONTH 15, 1898.

PUBLISHED WERKLY BY

A LADY WISHES POSITION AS HOUSE: Baltimore Yearly Meeting.

.

we will

WANTED.

Friend pre

ORDER OF SUBSCRIBER.

. 739

or , ReferFriends' Intelligencer Association, ences exchanged. Address X. Y., 907 West Ninth St.,

RAILROAD ARRANGEMENTS. (LIMITED.) Wilmington, Del.

Friends desiring to attend the approaching Baltimore

Yearly Meeting, are informed that arrangements have SHORTHAND TAUGHT INDUCTIVELY OR SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER ANNUM.

by usual method, personally or by mail. Eugene

been made with the railroad companies, so that those

near the following railroads can obtain excursion tickets To subscribers residing west of the Mississippi River C. Lewis, 522 Walnut St., Phila. a discount of one-fourth from this rate, making the price

to Baltimore and return at a special rate of two cents per

mile, upon card orders. $1.50 per annum. To those who get up and forward“ Clubs

WANTED-A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER By applying personally or by letter to the undersigned,

by an energetic youug woman of experience, who or at the store of Friends' Book Association, southwest give one extra copy, free, for each ten subscribers.

is a good sewer and willing to make herself generally Single copies, 5 cents.

corner of Fifteenth and Race streets, Philadelphia, card useful. Can give good reference.

Address Box 135 orders on the ticket agents for tickets may be obtained Swarthmore, Pa.

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

- IN A FRIENDS' FAMILY Adelphia and Erie Division, United Railroads of New GIVEN. WE DO NOT STOP” PAPERS EXCEPT UPON

young woman as mother's assistant. Friend Jersey Division, West Jersey Railroad, Philadelphia, ferred. Reference required. Address Box 377, Easton, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, Philadelphia & Maryland.

Baltimore Central Railroad, Baltimore & Potomac

Railroad, Northern Central Railway, and the Alexandria OFFICES : 921 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.

ANTED.--AT ONCE, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, & Fredericksburg Railway. Also the Baltimore and

a Friend, a position as companion. Address No. Ohio Railroad, east of the Ohio river and south of New 51, this Office.

York city, or other leased or affiliated lines within these ADVERTISING RATES.-For transient advertise

limits. ments, io cents per line, one time; 772 cents per line each

Tickets may be purchased from the 25th of Tenth insertion, two times. For longer insertion reduced rates, I WANTED:-BY A MIDDLE-AGED FRIEND which will be furnished upon application.

a position as housekeeper, companion for invalid | month, with limit of expiration Eleventh month 8th, or aged person, or any position of trust. Address R.,

Address R., 1898, inclusive. 606 N. Twenty-third St., Philadelphia.

These orders are not valid if presented at any point

where the excursion rate is less than twenty-five cents. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE.

OTHER'S HELP WANTED.--A YOUNG WO- When orders are to be forwarded by mail a two-cent

man with experience to assist in care of children. stamp should be enclosed to pay postage. Applicants

Liberal compensation. In replying, state previous ex- will state specifically what railroad or by what system A GOOD WORD EACH WEEK. -XLII.,

. 739

perience. Address, or apply 10 MRS. H. K. LOVE, they wish to come over.
Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pa.

EDWARD STABLER, JR.,
POETRY: THE GARDEN OF LIFE,

6 South street, Baltimore. SEAMAN: GIDEON, THOMAS, NATHANIEL,

W. THOMAS STARR,
WANTED.-AT ONCE, BY A PERSON OF
JOHN. (From the Memoirs of Rachel
ripe experience, a position as matron, or manag-

North and Centre streets, Baltimore. ing housekeeper, at institution, school, boarding-house, Hicks),

· 739 hotel, or private family. Address No. 47, this Office. RICHMOND CONFERENCE PAPERS:

LODGING ARRANGEMENTS. X. The Most Practical Thing in the FOR RENT; - FURNISHED, ELEGANT COT- Friends desiring to avail themselves of the accommo

tage; modern conveniences; hot-water heat; finest World. By President W. W. Birdsall, 740 location.

dation for lodging furnished at Park Avenue meeting

Rent six months or year, or will sell. house, Baltimore, are requested to forward their applica= LETTERS FROM DISTANT FRIENDS,

742 MATHIS & WELLS, 43 South Virginia Avenue, tions as promptly as possible. The rooms will be ready EXPÉRIENCES OF THE DOUKHOBORTSI, 743, 749 | Atlantic City, New Jersey.

for occupancy on Sixth-day evening, 28th of Tenth

month, for those who wish to attend the sessions of the PRINCIPLES AND TESTIMONIES OF FRIENDS :

ERY CHEERFUL AND DESIRABLE ROOMS
VERY

meeting of ministers and elders, on Seventh-day. No. 42. Oppression,

. 745 for rent with first-class table board. Friends' family. For those who cannot be accommodated at the meetEDITORIAL : M. B. L., 1819 Thompson St.

ing-house, or who may prefer to lodge elsewhere, board

or lodging, or both, can be obtained in the neighborhood, Will We Learn Wisdom ? 746

at a moderate cost. The Committee is prepared to furMARRIAGES, DEATHS, 746, 747 railroad and Friends' Meeting-house. Mrs. S. A. nish names and residences of those who offer such ac

commodations, THE DOUKHOFORTSI WORK,

748

GOVER, 1143 Twenty-first Street, N. W., Washington,
D. C.

Applications may be addressed to any of the following NEWS OF FRIENDS,

Friends:
THE ISOLATED FRIENDS WORK,

748 SE
EVENTEENTH ST., PHILA., 1423 NORTH.

CHALKLEY HOLT, 817 W. North Ave., Balto.

Modern improveFROM MARTHA SCHOFIELD,

Newly papered and painted. · 750

SALLIE H. STARR, 308 E. Townsend St., Balto. Rooms and board, or rooms without board.

Sub. Committee of the Committee on Entertainment, GENERAL CONFERENCE CENTRAL COM- Terms reasonable. Friends' family. MITTEE, . 750

BERTHA JANNEY, 1807 Bolton St., Balto., EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT, 751 | WANTED.-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISH

Secretary of the General Committee. ed rooms. Central only. Address No. 50, this CONFERENCES, Associations, ETC., . 751, 752 Office.

N. B.-In making application, Friends will please

name the day on which they expect to reach Baltimore. LITERARY NOTES,

752

ROOMS
TWO PLEASANT

WITH
COMMUNICATIONS:

GOOD

board. Private family, near trolley, and three Inquiry foi Authorship, 753 minutes' walk from 52d Street Station, 1484 N, 55th

Excursion to Idaho.
The President and Peace,

753 street,
street, West Philadelphia.

THERE will be an
PERSONAL NOTES,
753

EXCURSION TO PARMA, IDAHO, can be accommodated with rooms and board in a

TENTH MONTH 18,
IMPROVEMENTS AT BEACH

Friends' family. One block from street cars passing
STREET

railroad stations, Capitol, and public buildings.. Terms,—the last regular one for 1898, unless further MISSION,

753 $1.50 a day. 'Address' FRIEND, 1626 Nineteenth ANTI-SLAVERY RECOLLECTIONS, by Joseph

notice is given. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. Fussell,

One fare, plus $2 for round trip from Chicago. 754 QUESTIONS AS TO IRRIGATED LANDS, :755 GEORGE B. COCK, Telephone 1-42-25 D. Tickets good for 21 days.

LAW
MISCELLANY:

Address, immediately,
CONVENTION STENOGRAPHER.

MORRIS A. WILSON,
The Bones of Columbus; Who Advised

SCIENCE

Chairman Conimittee, Magnolia, Ill. the Czar? Spanish Soldiers; The Forest

South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Residence, 216 W. Coulter Street, Germantown. Fires ; The Spanish People; Sickness

or, D. E. BURLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent Oregon

Short Line Railway, Salt Lake City, Utah. Among Soldiers,

WATCHES. CURRENT EVENTS,

757 NEWS AND OTHER GLEANINGS, As one of the oldest houses in the watch

Swarthmore. NOTICES, 758, iii trade established three generations ago and

For rent or sale, Queen Anne Cottage, 12 up to date in every feature of the business, we

rooms, steam heat, and open fire grates. The are able to offer the best and most serviceable location is very delightful, directly overlooking S. W. BLACK'S SON, EDWARD T. Black. watches for the least money. Give us a call.

the athletic grounds of the College, and very REAL ESTATE AGENT

GEO. C. CHILD,

close to the meeting-house; one acre of ground, AND BROKER

1020 Chestnut St.--2d Floor.

and plenty of fruit. Apply to 125 South Seventh Street, Philad'a. Established 1810 at 824 North Second Street.

ĎAVID SCANNELL, 814 Arch Street.

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OLD RICHLAND FAMILIES. .

SWARTHMORE PREPARATORY SCHOOL,

(Formerly SWARTHMORE GRAMMAR SCHool.) New stone buildings; cottage plan; light, heat, ventilation, and drainage the best; combined advantages of individual attention and class enthusiasm. For circulars address ARTHUR H. TOMLINSON, Principal,

Swarthmore, Pa.

Handsomely Illustrated, 250 Pages.
Roberts, Foulke, Bolton, Strauwn, Penrose, Morris,
Green, Shaw, Edwards, Heacock, Thomas, Thomson,
Hallowell, Johnson, Ambler, Lester, Jamison, Spencer,
and other faniilies.

The chapter, “Records of Richland Meeting," is well worth the cost of the book to descendants of Richland Friends.

Price $3. In pamphlet form, $2.50. On and after the first of the new year, the price will be advanced to $5 each on all copies remaining. Orders, with the money, should be sent to

ELLWOOD ROBERTS,

Norristown, Pa. N. B. A few copies of “Lyrics of Quakerism for sale at $1.25 each.

Swarthmore College,

Abolition Days

in Lancaster county are lived over again by reading “ The True Story of the Christiana Riot, a book just published by THE SUN PRINTING HOUSE, Quarryville, Pa. It is a word picture of the whole of this famous battle from the passage of the Fugitive Slave law to the end of the trial for treason of Castner Hanway. It is a work particularly interesting to members of the Society of Friends.

PRICE, $1.00, POSTPAID.

ANNA W. SPEAKMAN, } Principals.

Address all orders to

MARVIN E. BUSHONG,
May P. O., Lancaster Co.,

Pa.

CLEVELAND (N. Y.) WATER COMPANY,

owned and operated by the Continental SWARTHMORE, PENNA.

Water Works Company, of Greensburg,

Pennsylvania. The latter company is com-
WM. W. BIRDSALL, President.

posed of well-known and substantial busi-
ness men, who have been very successful

in the management of their local water Under care of Friends, Send for Catalogue.

supply plants in Pennsylvania and New

York.
Friends' Central School,

Cleveland is a growing town on the north
FIFTEENTH AND RACE STS.,

shore of Oneida Lake, N. Y. The water
PHILADELPHIA.

supply is abundant and of excellent quality. Under care of the Monthly Meetings of Philadelphia; After only one year's operation the comfurnishes a practical, guarded education, and prepares for college,

pany already has a revenue sufficient to pay

all expenses, including interest on the .

bonds, and leave a substantial surplus. Circulars on application.

This assures the safety of the bonds, as the

income will steadily increase; and the Friends' Academy,

mortgage is small, $25,000 being all that

can be issued on the present plant LOCUST VALLEY, LONG ISLAND.

The interest on these bonds is payable
A Boarding and Day School for Boys and Girls, under
the care of Friends.

May Ist and November ist, at the office of
Thorough instruction to fit for business or to enter the Trust Company of North America,
college. Board and tuition $150 per school year. New
Building with modern conveniences.

Philadelphia, the trustees.
For particulars, address

Denomination of. bonds, $500 each.
PRINCIPAL FRIENDS' ACADEMY

Price, par and accrued interest.
Locust Valley, Long Island, N. Y.

For further information, address
Abington Friends' School,

WM. P. HUSTON, FJR BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS OF BOTH SEXES.

103 Girard Building, Philadelphia. Near Jenkintown, Penna., 10 miles from Philadelphia.

Under the care of Abington Monthly Meeting. Liberal course of study. Students prepared for college or busi

Lydia A. Murphy, ness. The home-like surroundings make it especially attractive to boarding pupils. Students admitted when- PLAIN AND FANCY MILLINER, ever there are vacancies. Send for circulars to LOUIS B. AMBLER, Principal,

721 Green St., Philadelphia. Or

Jenkiniown, Pa. CYNTHIA G. BOSLER, Sec'y, Ogontz, Pa.

LIZZIE J. LAMBERT,

Successor to E. SHOEMAKER,
George School,

Millinery.

533 North ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR NEWTOWN, BUCKS COUNTY, PA.

Philadelphia.
Under the care of Philadelphia Yearly
Meeting of Friends.

CAROLINE RAU,

736 Spring Garden St.,

Philadelphia. Course of study extended and thorough, preparing students either for business or for College.

Plain Millinery
For catalogue, apply to

MEDIUM FELTS AND STRAW BONNETS.
GEORGE L. MARIS, Principal,
George School, Penna. Richards & Shourds, Jobbing attended to

CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, AND CONTRACTORS.
Chappaqua Mountain Institute, 1125 Spring St. (first street above Race), Philad’a., Pa.

Thompson Shourds, 2212 Wallace Street.
A FRIENDS' BOARDING SCHOOL FOR

Charles W. Richards, 1220 Angle St., Tioga.
BOYS AND GIRLS.

CHARLES BURTON,
The building is modern, and the location is the hill
country thirty-two miles north of New York City.

Practical House and Sign Painter,
For Circulars, address
CHAPPAQUA MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE,

Residence, 1714 Woodstock teserret, } Philadelphia, Pa.
Chappaqua, New York,

JOHN FABER MILLER,
Chelten Hills School,

325 SWEDE STREET, NORRISTOWN, PENNA. FOR BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. will re-open September 21st, 1898, (+7th year). Coilege preparation. For circulars apply to the Principals. Practicing in Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.

ANNIE HEACOCK.

LIDA R. LEMAISTRE. Wyncote, Pennsylvania.

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At 37%2 cents a yard. Black All-wool Crepon, lustrous finish, suitable for separate skirts, 45 ins. wide,

At 50 cents a yard. Black All-wool Storm Serge, an extra heavy quality, 50 inches wide,

At 58 cents a yard. Black All-wool Covert Cloth, a very popular fabric this season for plain tailormade dresses, 44 inches wide,

At 75 cents a yard. Black All-wool French Poplin, a fashionable cloth, 46 inches wide,

At $1.00 a yard.
Black All-wool Granite Cloth, a new
and stylish fabric for Fall wear, -50 inches
wide,

At $1.00 a yard.
Samples willingly sent upon request.

John C. Hancock & Co.

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Mail Orders receive prompt and accurate

attention. Address orders Department C." Strawbridge & Clothier,

Philadelphia.

The Pennhurst, Michigan Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.

The house has every convenience, including steam heat and an electric elevator running to level of pavement. Open all the year. Send for illustrated booklet.

JAMES HOOD.

Carpetings, Linoleum,.

Window Shades, etc.

Benjamin Green,

AQUILA J. LINVILL,
Dealer in Choice Lehigh Coal,

1827 North 10th Street, Philadelphia.

33 N. Second St., Philad'a.

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A GOOD WORD EACH WEEK.

the African race amongst us, it settled on his mind as XLII.

a truth that if white people dealt justly by them, and I would rather have one thing of importance go they themselves improved the privileges liberty gave

them, they would become useful citizens; but if they well than have the credit of being intrusted with ten.

were idle and dissipated in their habits, they would JAMES LOGAN.

dwindle and be removed out of the way—which, in

some instances, he lived to see verified. During the In a letter to William Penn, in 1705.

remainder of his life, until his mind was impaired by

paralysis, he was concerned and careful to avoid using THE GARDEN OF LIFE.

the produce of slave labor—thus bearing a faithful

and consistent testimony against this great and crying
THE Garden of Life, -it beareth well,
It will repay our care ;

evil.
But the blossom must always and ever be

But we see, notwithstanding, exemplified in his
Like the seed we're planting there.

life and experience, that good works, though indis-
For beautiful thoughts make beautiful lives;

pensable to the Christian, and which were in him the And every word and deed

fruits of the Spirit, are not of themselves sufficient to Lies in the thought that prompted it,

effect the soul's salvation. In a time of close trial he As the flower lies in the seed.

did not rely upon these, but upon the mercy and -A. E. Godfrey, in Christian Work.

goodness of God for admittance into the kingdom of

Heaven. At one time he said, “I have thought much SEAMAN: GIDEON, THOMAS, NATHANIEL,

of the expression in a letter of Elias Hicks to Hugh JOHN.

Judge, that if we are saved at last it is 'through unFrom the Memoir of Rachel Hicks, of Westbury, L. I. (She was merited mercy;' a great and good saying.” This he born 1789, and died 1878.) Of my dear father , Gideon Seaman, it may be truly expressed during a short illness in 1831, and in the

88th year of his age. said that through life he had been remarkable for

Under a heavy weight of exercise of mind, at a consistency, uprightness, and integrity. He was

time when his recovery seemed doubtful, he said, “ It deeply concerned for the maintenance of all our testi

is a great thing at such a time as this to feel fully apmonies, traveled much as a companion to ministers in

proved in the divine sight. Many men pass along the service of their Lord and Master, and on committees of our yearly and subordinate meetings, and also pretty well; but we are so prone to evil—so much

for

the world and the things thereof which are of little filled with usefulness many important stations in our

value compared with that which is to come. At such Society. Especially as an elder he was considered a

a time as this it will not do, it is not enough; what father in Israel. His house and heart were open to receive his friends, and very many have partaken, of the immortal soul !”

are ten thousand worlds compared with the salvation

He soon after added, "It is under his roof, of his kindness and hospitality. In

an awful thing to die.” In reply, it was said to him, early life he was closely united in spirit with those

that we apprehended he was ready, and saw nothing who had become uneasy with the holding of slaves in his way. He answered, “ I do not feel that full by Friends; and was one of the faithful laborers, in

assurance that I would wish.” It was remarked to that day, in promoting emancipation. After Friends

him that the Divine Master had to say when near the had liberated their slaves, he, with others, felt a con

close, “Why hast thou forsaken me?"

On being cern to remunerate those who had labored for their

reminded of his great faithfulness in doing that which former owners after the age for which white children

he believed to be right, he replied, “ Yes, mainlyare usually bound.

but I was called to the ministry about fifty years ago. After this was accomplished in Westbury Monthly

The cross was so great that I gave up but a few Meeting (from which Jericho Monthly Meeting had

times, for which I felt great peace; but the fear of not then been set oft), some concerned Friends formed

man prevailed, so that I did not give up fully, and an association called the “Charity Society," which is

thus I lost my reward and my strength, and suffered still in operation, and a fund was raised, the interest of which was used, and still is

, for the schooling of great distress of mind. I now feel poor and dry, and colored children. I well remember hearing my father good for nothing ; but I keep my mind inward and

strive for patience. My life may be prolonged; if so, speak of the satisfaction these labors yielded to his

I shall feel humbly thankful." mind, believing that Friends had done all that the

I was deeply affected to see my aged parent thus principles of justice and mercy required of them in

stripped and proved, and said in my heart, “The fear this particular.

of man prevailed in him, even to disobedience to his In his serious reflections on the probable result to

Creator; but in this solemn moment, where are they

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