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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 03, 1888, Cincinnati, OhioA. Quot Al. In a i v Riffi a iwo it a cab 638 the westers Christian advocate wednesday october 3, 1888. V. A iter it Tawrs any of the Standard works noticed in this department May be ordered through Oban ton a Towb 190 West fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio. In ordering please give the Date of the paper in which the Book was noticed the new Model first header published by George Sherwood a co., is a unique school Book. The object method of teaching is employed and beginning with the first lesson the child is taught the meaning of words by the use of pictures. The idea of colors is conveyed by coloured illustrations a feature As far As we have seen never before used in a first Reader. It i3 an excellent Book for the Little folks. The Virtues and their reasons is a volume of moral essays by Austin Bierbower. It is designed for Home Reading or use in schools. The Standard of morality Laid Down is that of the scriptures though it is Taug Tiu such language that protestant , jews and unbelievers May use the Book with equal approval. It is Well written and the traits of character which distinguish the Noble and Good Are attractively presented. Chicago George Sherwood amp co. Molly Bishop s family is a Story by Catherine Owen author of a gentle breadwinners a illustrating the importance of properly caring for infants during the first few months of their existence. It is the authors belief that a healthy Well infant will be also a contented and Good one if it has fair play but while the Mother is still helpless it too often acquires habits which make the first three months of its life a torment to the House. Boston and new York Houghton Mifflin amp co. Pries $1. The land beyond the Forest by mrs. E. Gerard is a collection of facts figures and fancies relating to Transylvania. Little is known of this country which this volume shows us to be an object of much interest. The manners and the customs of the people Are instruct ively and entertainingly described. One of the most interesting features of the Book is the account of the carious and varied Folk lore. The author who is the wife of an austrian officer evidently fell greatly in love with the transylvanian. The Book besides an excellent map contains a number of fair illustrations. New York Harper amp Brothers Cincinnati Robert Clarke amp co. Up. 403 Price $1.50. There is very much in the poetry of Elizibeth Barrett Browning which will never be popular. Her style is not always transparent her sentences Are often involved the thought is difficult to catch and there Are commonplaces which seem to be poetic but Are Only rhythmical prose. And yet mrs. Browning is one of the sweetest and tenderest of writers. At times she seems to emerge from a Chrysalis state and to soar on painted and hashing pinions in the Clear Light a Choice selection from her writings is romances lyrics and sonnets embracing the More popular and attractive pieces which she wrote. These Are a Mere sipping from the Large Reservoir but enough is supplied to give the Reader the taste and flavor of the whole. Boston Houghton Mifflin amp co. Cincinnati for Sale by Cranston amp Stowe. Fancy cloth Gilt top. $1.00. Wallingford Castle was an important stronghold on the River thames founded during the calamitous civil War in King Stephens Days. Dorchester Abbey was founded at the commencement of the twelfth Century and was built with the stones that came from the Bishops Palace in Dorchester abandoned when Remigius in 1092 removed his see to Lincoln. Of these edifices Rev. A. Crake vicar of Cholsey Berks writes a Well constructed Story entitled Brian Fitz count. His principal character was a real personage and his picture of the times is True to history. He draws largely for his descriptions from the Anglo Saxon chronicle and other records of the past Ages and for his topographical details he uses the a history of Wallingsford a by its present owner John Kirby Hedges. But the author has been familiar with the scenes described from boyhood and there Are still traditions in those localities which he has drafted into his service. New York e. And j. B. . Cincinnati Robert Clarke amp co. $1.00. The Church is the depository of divine truth. We do not go to the factories for instruction in chemistry nor to the Law for the solution of mathematical problems the factories have mechanical rules and the Law interpretations of juridical questions but to every one his own to the schools of science chemistry to the technical arts geometry and engineering. It would seem to be unnecessary to show Why there Are special teachings in the Church yet Rev. R. J. Cooke d. Din reasons for Church creeds answers sundry objections to formulas and confessions and shows an inherent necessity in the Constitution of the Church for a statement of its beliefs. To the Church we must go for the proper understanding of revelation and though there Are some churches which claim the Bible Only As their Oreed they Are likewise careful to place upon it their own interpretations. There Are no Cree less churches because there Are continual reasons for Church creeds. New York Phillips amp Hunt. Cincinnati Cranston Stowe. 60 cents. There Are no More ardent students of nature than children. That they have not devoted More attention to the study of Birds animals fish Etc., is simply because their minds have not been directed thereto or the facilities furnished them. It is said that Audubon a attention was first directed to the study of Birds by the gift of a few staffed specimens. There has for some years been a demand for books that would in simple language together with suitable illustrations give Little children an intelligent idea of natural history. This demand has been met by professor James Johonnot who has prepared a series of natural history books for supplementary Reading in the Public schools. The children will find them both instructive and entertaining. No. 1, Book of cats and dogs and other friends is for Little folks and deals with the familiar animals of the House and farmyard. No. 2, friends in feathers and fur for Young folks gives an account of the chickens ducks and geese about Home and of the Birds squirrels rabbits and other animals found near Home. No. 3, neighbors with wings and fins for boys and girls describes Birds reptiles and insects in such a Way As to Lead to scientific classification. No. 4, neighbors with claws and hoofs and curious flyers creepers and swimmers for Young people begins with the familiar animals of House and Field and reaches out to a general description and classification of mammals. No. 5, glimpses of the animate world science and literature of natural history for school or Home treats of special topics and is made up of the literature of natural history. New York d. Appleton life co. Introductory Price no. 1, 17 cents no. 2, 30 cents no. 3, 40 cents no. 4, 54 cents no. 5, $1. The roman Empire was overthrown by the hordes which overran Italy from the North. For Many successive centuries that hive of natio is the shores of the Baltic poured Forth its armies of adventurers but the bravest and most persistent were the a Long beards a who gained a permanent foot hold in Lombardy. After Many years three Powers wrestled together in Southern Italy the greeks the Lombard princes and the German emperors of the West daring the period of strife the Saracens subjugated a portion of their Domain and Laid it under tribute. In 1016, a number of Norman pilgrims returning from Jerusalem finding the town of Salerno about to pay a heavy subsidy to the Saracens to prevent it from being ravaged proposed to fight instead and rallying the forces of Gaiman Prince of Salerno with him As their Leader they drove off the Saracens. Then they took up arms against the greeks. Many came from Normandy and some from Norway. The emperor Basilius was then on the throne of the greek Empire and against him were opposed these normans and the forces of Henry emperor of the West after varying fortunes of War Thorstein became Duke of the normans and ruled with equity and Justice. He was too Noble for the italians and was by them persuaded to go in search of a poisonous dragon with the Hope that he would perish in the attempt to kill it this incident is told in the dragon of the North a tale of the normans in Italy by e. J. Oswald. The Story purports to be the narrative of a Benedictine Monk of Casertani Magna Ortecia contemporary with the events recorded. It is a Good historical Story and gives a fair picture of the times. New York e amp j. B. Young amp co. Cincinnati for Sale by Robert Clarke amp co. $1 50. Winter William h. Carpenter esoteric Economy Agnes r plier the despot of brooms Edge Cove xxx a xxi a Charles Egbert Craddock the pioneers of Ohio Rufus King. The october Hab pie a issues from the Franklin Square presses full of interesting matter for All classes of readers. Artistically and from a literary Point of View no old friends will be disappointed. The frontispiece is an illustration by e. A. Abbey a a Early one a a Western journalism a is a summary of what can be said in this subject by z. L. White a Long time correspondent of the new York Tribune at Washington. There Are Many portraits of Western editors incorporated in the article the value of which is thus immensely increased. Quot Home uses of Mineral Waters contains the results of or. Titus Munson coans investigation As to the Best kind of Waters to drink. St. Louis and Kansas City Are the main topics of or. Charles Dudley Warners article on a the great West a in this number. The departments Are full of vigorous Reading. Discussion of social and political questions natural history and human science predominate in the october number of Thi popular science monthly. In the first article professor e d. Cope considers from a strictly philosophical Point of View a a the relation of the 8exes to government a drawing hi3 argument against woman suf Frage from its tendency to disturb the natural relations of the sexes. Professor de Emerson so Man in relation to the . Methodist Book concern. Beauty skin amp Scalp restored Tytlik Cuti cure so up letters to a Kini by Albion w. Tour9�e, la. D., author of a a a fools errand a a a an apr to Caesar a Etc. For cleansing the skin and Scalp a of infants of birth humor for allaying itching. Irritation and inflammation for checking symptoms of inherited skin diseases then the first symptoms of inherited Sain diseases me Catt Cuba medicated toilet Hoai is absolutely priceless. It keeps the pores open the Oil glands and tubes Active and thus furnishes an outlet for morbid or refuse matter of the system which if retained would give Rise to rashes fevers Etc. By reason of its Antiseptic properties it neutralizes unwholesome influences of impure air and water. For preserving freshening and beautifying the skin for imparting a velvety softness and Shell like transparency to the complexion and hands no product of recent science can possibly equal the uti Cura medicated toilet soap. Sold everywhere. Price 25c. Prepared by the Potter drug and chemical co., Boston mass. Send for a a How to beautify the q arvo a skin and Scalp preserved and beautified Dudt o by Cut Cuba medicated soap. 2 12mo. Pages 303. Price $1.25. Table of Contenta a be a Man a a Long live the Kins a the antechamber to the throne a a Vrh ing at a Shadow a a a a joint and seven liability a a a perpetual covenant a Choice of weapons a a a King canes a a or Ting the key Stone a a a sheaf of i fruits a a the invisible Republic a it rank and file a a the Honor of thy to Lineas a a the will and the �?op41 fealty a a the Independent voters it perils of revolt a a the trustee of auth ity a a the captive King a a the nation impulse a a the amendment of a agencies a a the promulgation of i edict a a the penalties of malfeasance Good Bye methodist Book concern. Publishers department. Win lower animals presents the claims of brutes to be regarded a possessed of moral qualities to a certain degree and of much More intelligence than is usually attributed to them. A a what is known of the Earth a is summarized by lieutenant general r Strachey. A state education in England a and a a the Cleveland meeting of the american association a Are the subjects of the a a editor a new York d. Appleton amp co. Fifty cents a number $5 a year. The october number of Lippincott a Magazine is a special e p. Roe number the first half of which is taken up with articles in one Way or another commemorative of the dead writer. First comes a summer Idyl called a Queen of Spades a which shows that thorough knowledge of the Best features of our country life that kindly sympathy with people of various grades and descriptions that have marked All similar works by e p. Roe. But his Best apotheosis is his autobiography contained in this number and entitled a a native author called the title is taken from one of Matthew Arnold a essays on America in which the critic glances thus Slig tingly at the novelist. Roes paper is dignified modest and extremely interesting. William s. Walsh in a some words about e. P. Roe a says that no one can Lay the autobiography Down a a without increased respect and admiration for the Good Man who penned it All pastors of the methodist episcopal Church Are our authorized agents. Remittance should be made by draft postal Money order express or postal note. Money forwarded in any other Way is at the sender s risk. In sending Money the amount and what it is for should be distinctly stated. Boo for any books named below and for books in the general and sunday school catalogue of the methodist Book concern will be promptly filled. Any Book will be sent prepaid on receipt of the published Price. We Are Able to furnish any and All new and valuable books on Short notice. Sunday school attention is Given to supplying the Best books published for sunday school libraries and at the lowest rates. Actin ordering books stationery or other merchandise do not write orders for periodicals on the same Sheet. We can not be responsible for any business letters intended for us which Are addressed to any editor or employee in the concern if received they will be attended to Bat delay can not be avoided. Preachers will oblige As by giving the name of their conference in All letters on business. All business letters and orders either for books or periodicals should be addressed to this is the latest of judge torn books the subject matter is of such Ini est that every american youth should come thoroughly acquainted with it writer of the present time is better it Ifield to set Forth the advantages and dans of our system of government than author of this work. In style it is inter ing and entertaining As Well As instruct the style of the novelist As Well As of essayist. Although the letters Are Suppo to have been addressed to a Young Mai Twenty one years still they will be Foi just As interesting to one of More Mal age. Every sunday school and every f ily should have a copy of this work. A Book for the mill10i a new edition of the problem of the a irrepressible conflict in Polit by i. Y1llars, d. D., president of Mckendrie College Lebanon 12mopaper covers 25 cents. A a give thanks. An autumnal service Fob Day schools of the Cranston amp Stowe 190 West fourth . The Beth Odist episcopal Chu to be used on Good tidings Day sunday october 21, 1 Prim. .1 per 1##, port Freo. The Ideal c. L. S. C. Calendar for 1888-80, this service has been prepared with Grea and will without doubt meet with general and Merit commendation. Send for Sample copy at once. Literary notes. The deliverance of the late general conference of the methodist episcopal Church on Temperance and prohibition has been printed in tract form. It is sold at the rate of fifteen pages for one cent. The methodist Book concern has issued a Beautiful illustrated scripture primer by mrs. E. J. Richmond. Every family in which there Are Little children should have od9. It would be found a valuable Aid in the sunday school. Price 75 cents per dozen. Is one of the most unique designs and artistically executed reference helps Ever offered to the members of the Chautauqua literary a d scientific Circle. J. Arranged by i. Shearer and publish he by reasons for Church or it a contribution to present i controversies. By the Bey. R. I. Cooke d. Author of a a doctrine of the resurrection 12mo, cloth. Cranston amp Stowe Cincinnati o. Price by mail 20 cents. Reduction in Price if ordered by circles 6 in one order we will Send them Post paid for 15 cents each. Periodicals. The pictures and stories in our Little Man and Woen for october Are pleasing to the Little folks and appropriate to the season. Lothrop co., Boston. Sunday Magazine for october has a very valuable article on a a Pioneer missions in Central it has a map and three portraits one full Page of Stanley. Several articles make the number one of More than Ordinary interest. New York mrs. Frank Leslie publisher. Oua Day of Boston for August is an excellent of Timber. The opening article is by or. Josiah Strong on the a aggressive cooperation of evangelical churches a or. Cooke a prelude on a a roman Catholic parochial schools a is of special interest at this time and his monday lecture is on a a supernatural Law in the natural or. Townsend a address on a Jesuit ism and the Public schools a is included in this number. The Atlantic monthly for october contains passe Rose a i in Arthur Sherburne Hardy the Tutor of a great Prince h. W. P. And l d. My fatherland William Cranston Lawton in a Border state Patty Blackburn Semple Garibaldi a Early years William r. Thayer Boston painters and paintings a in a William Howe Downes pasture Herb and Meadow Swath Sophia Kirk Iceland summer and in these times of great interest in important questions those who wish to be thoroughly informed should read Public opinion published at Washington d. C. Its selections Are from the leading papers of the country and embrace every topic of general interest in religion politics science and literature. Price $3 a year. Or. George Kennan a siberian articles Are to continue through the coming year of the Century. Among other matters of great interest will be the culmination of or. Ken Nan a revelations in a minute and tragic account of the Minea of Kara to which More than a single article will be devoted. Or. Kennan has written for st. Nicholas an Coo not of the a Rumian Overland Telegraph Enterprise his connection with which first took him to Siberia. The Chautauqua literary and scientific Circle o. L. . Course of Reading. Required readings. Pbi0e3 to members. Bound in cloth. Studies for 1888-89. Outline history of Greece. Vincent. To50 preparatory greek course in English. Wilkinson. J of College greek course in English. Wilkinson. 1 00 character of Jesus Bushnell. 40 modern Church in Europe. Hurst. 40 chemistry. Appleton. 1 00 zoology. Steele. 1 20 the Nauta Uquam. 150 on receipt of Price sent free of postage or express. Dici Clarkes commentary. 6vols. Cloth,fl6sh Bensons commentary. 5 vols. Sheep fi6. Fletcher a works. 4 vols. Sheep 9. Fletcher a checks. 2 vols. Cloth $3 thee american methodism abridged. B Stevens. 1 vol. 2.50. Watson a biblical and theological Price $3 50. Wats no a sermons. 2 vols. 4.50. Watson a theological institutes. 2 vols. 3.50 2 vols., sheep. 5. Wesley a works. 7 vols. Sheep ?15.75. Wesley a journals. 2 vols. Sheep Al 50-wesley�?Ts notes. Price i50. Wesley a sermons. 2 vols. Cloth,?3 history of rationalism. By Bishop Hurst. 8vo. 2.50. She new Book Garnet Neal. No. 4. Houghton Mifflin amp go. Will soon begin the Issue of a series of american religions leaders. Among the earlier volumes will be a Jonathan Edwards a by professor a. V. G. Allen a Charles Hodge a by president Francis l. Patton of Princeton a Francis Wayland a by professor j. O. Murray of Princeton a Wilbur Fisk a by professor George Prentice of Wesleyan University a archbishop John Hughes a by John g. Shea la. A Theodore Parker a by John Fiske. I. Old greek education. With a chapter on the greek drama Mahaffy. Economics for the people. Bowker. 3. Michael Faraday. J. H Gladstone. 4. The chemical history of a Candle. Faraday. The four volumes in a box.8. Not sold separately. Just issued. By adapted from the German. Cornelia Mcfadden. For nervous debility use Henfy Rdv a Aem pump hate. A. A. M. Bilby Mitchell dak., says a a i have used it in a number of cases of nervous debility with very Good 12mo. Price $1 25 we have this work in the original German. Persons who Are engaged in the study of that language will do Well to Purchase both. Price a 00. Preaching and hearing a other Sermon. Delivered in the cd of the foundling Hospital. By Rev w. Romerie m. A., d. Sc., la. Up. 317. Price. The origin of evil and Oil Sermon preached in st. Peters or gardens. By Rev. A. W. Romerie n d. Sc., la d. 12mo, up. 331. Price. Delecta of modern christ�1 sad other sermons. Preached 11 Peierls Cranley gardens. By be Romerie m. A., d. Sc., la. 12� 369. Price. Elements of hebrew by an net Leo method. William Mph. 8vo, up. 202. Price net. Introductory hebrew met mod manual. William r. Harper 12mo, up. 262. Price. The service of Man. An essay towards the religion of t Tore. By James Catter Morison. V up. 818. Price net. Agnosticism. Sermons preached in st. Peter s Garden. By . A. W. Romerie d. 8c. 12mo, up. 908. Price o Cranston amp Stowe Cranston a Stop 190 Wert fourth Street Ciboci Tuuu. 0.i190 Wert fourth Street Cintine

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