Deal Gently With the Erring. We liave just received a copy of the greatest song ever published" in this country. The privilege of publishing in America alone cost $2,000 in gold. It is a song that will reach the heart of every Christian in the land. The melody is perfectly beautiful; can be played on piano or organ. We give our readers the flrst verse and chorus: Fikst Vekse. Deal gently with erring'. Ye knuw nol of the power With which the dai-k temptatiou came In some uuguarded houi-. Ye miiy not know how eurnet ] v They struggle nor how wel], CntU the hoiir of vreakness eame, And sadly thns they f o 1 1 . ClIOEL'S. Förg-et uol, (hou luist o!U:i siiine'i. And sinfnl yrt must be! Deal gently with the erring: one As Ood hath dealt with thoe. Priee 40 cents per copy; can be obtained by addressing the pnblisher, F. W. Ilemlick. 265 Sixth Ave., New York. 'Our readers will receive a copy by sending 20 cents in postage stamps. Sealed Proposals Wanted. Sealed proposals will be. receivec! at the City Olerk's office of the city of Aim Arbor, up to December lst, 1893, at 4 o'clock p. m., for lighting tiie streeta of the city of Ann Arbor with 85 are lighfcs of 2,000 candle power, to ruil f'roni sundown to 12.-:;0 a. m., on l'liiladelphia schedule of moonlight lighting; contract to run for one year. The right to reject any and all bids is ceserved. By order of the Common Council. W, J. Mili.kk, City Clerk, Aini Arbor, Sept. 28, 1893.