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*** The Young Temperance Workers of West Philadelphia will hold their regular meeting Fourth-day evening, First month 5, 1898, at 35th street and Lancaster avenue, at 8 p. m., sharp. Phineas Garrett will be present, and give us some interesting selections. All are cordially invited to attend. Jos. F. Scull, President. RAY SHERRY, Secretary.

*...* Philadelphia Quarterly Meeting's Visiting Committee has made the following appointments : FIRST MonTH, 1898 : 2. Spruce Street, at Io. 30 o'clock. 16. West Philadelphia, at I 1 o'clock. 30. Reading, at I O.30 o'clock. CHARLES E. THOMAS, Clerk of the Committee.

*...* The Visiting Committee of Baltimore Yearly Meeting have arranged for meetings during First month, as follows : 2. Little Falls. 9. Oxford and Gunpowder. 16. Fawn Grove and Sandy Spring. 23. Goose Creek and West Nottingham. 3o. Washington. JOHN J. CORNELL, Chairman.

*** Quarterly meetings in First month occur as follows : I 7. Fairfax, at Fairfax, Va. 25. Western, London Grove, Pa. 27. Caln, East Caln, Pa. 29. Westbury, New York City. Scipio, North Street, New York.

*** A Religious Meeting will be held at Friends' Home for Children, 401 I Aspen Street, West Philadelphia, First month 2,

I898, at 3 p. m.
All interested are cordially invited to

attend. S. T. R. EAVENSON, M. D.

Watches Repaired : Best Work

The watch repairing done here is the very best work and we try to make the watches we mend keep better time than ever before. Give us a call. GEO. C. CHILD, 1020 Chestnut Street, 2nd floor.

WILLIAM B. PAxson. MAHLon B. PAxson. Members of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.

FREDERICK PAXSON & CO.,

Stock and Bond Brokers, I 12 Custom A/ouse Place, Philad 'a.

Orders and inquiries by mail or wire receive prompt attention.

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re-opened NINTH MonTH 27TH, 1897. The rooms are open daily, except First-days, from 8.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m., and Friends are cordially invited to avail themselves of the facilities afforded, those from without the city and young Friends boarding in the city being particularly desired to do so. . The rooms are designed to be A CENTRE FOR INFORMATION ON ALL FRIENDLY MATTERS.

Hanscom Bros., 1311 Market St.,

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The little ones look eagerly each month for BABY LAND because it is full of bright, pretty things designed especially for them.

The 1898 volume contains:

“Ladybird and Bold Knight,” by Alice Dana Knox. A dainty serial about a dear little girl and her playmates.

“More about Buz-Buz,” by Charles Stuart Pratt. Continuing the interesting adventures of a housefly.

A Characteristic Serial, by Margaret Johnson. Prettily illustrated by the author.

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CLUB RATES: OTHER PERIODICALS, 1898.

We announce our Club Rates for other Periodicals for 1898. Read the figures given, and

also read the notes below.

We will send the INTELLIGENCER AND JOURNAL one year, with any of the periodicals

named below for the amount stated “for both."

|AVAE AEAT/L/AES Periodicals Price for Both The Independent, ($3), . . . . . . . . $4.60 Harper's Weekly, ($4), . . . . . . . 5.30 Union Signal, ($1), . . . . . . . . . . 2.90 The Outlook, (#3), . . . . . . . . . . 5.OO Scientific American, ($3), . . . . . . 4.60 Harper's Bazar, ($4), . . . . . . . 5.30 Journal of Education, ($2.50), . . . . 4. Io Littell's Living Age, (§6), . . . . . 7.60 Springfield Republican, ($1), . . . . . 2.90

MOAV7'HL/E.S

British Friend, (6s. 6d. and postage), $3.75 Young Friends' Review, ($o.75), . . . 2.5o Scribner's Magazine, ($3), . . . . . . 4.60

MONTHL/ES (Continued.)

Aeriodica/s Price for Both The Century Magazine, (34), . . . . 5.60 a Harper's Magazine, (#4), . . . . . . 5. IO !, Atlantic Monthly, ($4), . . . . . . . 5.3O , so--> Popular Science Monthly, ($5), 6.6O The Forum, (#3), . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6O North American Review, ($5), . . . . 6. Io St. Nicholas, ($3), . . . . . . . . . . . 4.60 Review of Reviews, (52.50), . . . . . 4.50 Trained Motherhood, (#1), . . . . . . 2.70 Scattered Seeds, (£o.5o), . . . . . . . 2.35 McClure's Magazine, ($1), . . . . . . 2.90 The Farm Journal, ($o.5o), . . . . . . 2. 20 Little Men and Women, ($1), . . . . 2.90

*** Persons wishing other periodicals than those named above should write to us, and we

will give prices. *** Where several periodicals in the list are

wanted, find the net price of each, (if ordered *

through us), by subtracting $2.oo from the rate given under the heading “price for both.

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are pre-eminently the home papers of newspaperdom. They
are not superficially scanned while men travel in to business
and then left for the brakemento gather up. They go directly
into homes, and the reading of them is a duty as well as a
pleasure. Hence their peculiar value to advertisers and their,

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ministrators and others. The Company also acts as

Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, etc. Safe Deposit

Boxes to rent from $2 and upwards, per annum.

JOSEPH R. RHOADS, President.

JOHN F. LEWIS, Pice-President. -

ROBERT MORRIS EARLY, Sec'y and Treas.

WM. B. LANE, Title and Trust Officer.

DIRECTORS.

Charles S. Hinchman,

Edward S. Sayres,

J. Bolton Winpenny,

Elwood Becker,

Edwin S. Dixon,

Hood Gilpin,

Warren G. Griffith,

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ohn Lucas,

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so-Specimen pages sent on application to

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AND JOURNAL.

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

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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.
15 cents extra for postage.

QUAKER Pictures. Two volumes. By W. Whitten.
Price $2.o.o. 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.

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.

Price, $1.75,

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