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Day
23
Month
February
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Uta MU Wtiu líiiWM to the business man, the lawyer, thq ylmiciín, the clergyman, the teacher, tíie ,olitician, and, in short, to eveiy one vvii'o a interested in afíairs which concern tl e Amencan public, and who wishes to keip fulty abreast oi' tbe limes, is THE Ira iüEis Ew, Every subject of importance is rlealt vittji in its psges - impartially, un hotli sides it the very time when the course of events brings it to the front, and by the very men or women whose dpinions ai e most valued, The Review does not hesitate at the most liberal expenditure in order to secure artides from the highest authorities. lis list of con tnbutors fonns a roll of the representa ti ve men and women of the age. The North Amkrican Revihw is the most widely read magazine ol is class in . tlie woild, bei lig neitiier scliolaslie nor tecli - nical, but popular and practica! in its treatim-nt of all topics. The North American Rkvikw is the only periódica! of its kind which has a recognized place as A FAMILY MAGAZINE This is because it devotes much attention M subjects that are of particular interest tb women. No other periodical in the world can poiot to such a succession of distingiúshed wriiers as have contributed tothe Reviv.w during the past four years. The list embraces American and British Cabinet Ministers; United States Senators and Representaiives; GovèrnOrs ol States; American Ministers abroad; Foreign Ministers to the United States; Judgèü of the Supreme Court; Ecclesiastical riiyvitaries an J eminent theologians of eveiy dtnoniination-, officers of the Army and Navyj famous y sicians and scientists; and in general men and women whose names are househoid Words throughout tbe English-speaiunj world. Putlished Monthly. $5.00 a Year, THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW 3 EAST 14TH STREET, NEW YOfK. VnM Junitary ülst, 1804, ire wtttfltrtUih tlie Xorih Ameriean Review and the AROlTii for $4.00 per Year in advanee. A year's subscription to Sckibner's Ma. gazine will bring into your home twelye monthly numbers, aggregating over 1,500 pages of the best and most interesting reading, and more than 7oobeautiful illustratiortv. Annouiicements. Georce W. Cable will betrin in tbeJnnuau' number a romance entitlcd "John Maroli Southerner." Two other important seriáis havo been ensKed: J. M. Barrie, author of tho famou. "Little Minister," has writteu a new novui. 1 he flrst since that t'arnous story. Georg-e Meredith, the great English novrlist, üas in preparatiou a novel entitled '-The Amariög Marriage." SHORT STOEIES will beabundant W. D. Howells, Miss Elliot, W.H. Bishop Ludovic Haleyy, Paul Bourget, Joei Chandler Harris and many nëw writeix will contribute. STUDIES OP AMERICAN LIFE will beau important feature, ineludinfrNewport, Bar Harbor, Lenox, éfc, and tho'Woat. THE ILLUSTRATIONS will be even mor numerous and beautiful thau ever. A series of Frontispieces chosen by Philip Gilbert Hamerton will bu 9 notablo. SPFHIAI flFFFR The numbere OrCUIHL Urrcn, for i893, and a subscription for 1894, - $4.50' The same, with back numbers bound in cloth, - ... 6.00 Complete Prospectus sent on requeet . Sample Copy 10 Cents. CHARLES SCRBflIER'S SONS. 743 Broadway,New Y'ork. It is numan nature to want somethmg tor nothtny. ' SIL VERWARE MM AfAY FREE W. Iiodholz Grocery Store Nos. 4 and 6 Broadwajr. This is the v)ay it is done: Witii every Cash Sale, whether it be ten cents ot fifty dollars we give you a coupon showing tbe amount pmchased, and when you hare bought groceries or any goods in our line t the amount of Forty Dollars, Forty-rive Dollars or Fifty Dollars YOU CAN HAYE YOUR CHÓICE of theTWENTY BEAUTIFUL PIECES OF SILVERWARE, sucit as Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holder, Cream, Fruit. Caster, Berry, Pickle, Butter Dishes, etc. CALL AND EXAMINE. liemcmher Evcvythiny in the GBOCEBT LINE Sold C'lieapfor Cash. W. F. LODHOLZ 4 and 6 Broadway MARTIN & FISCHER. PROPBIETOBS OF TUE WESTERN BKEWERY, ANN ARBOR, MICHBrewers of Pure Lasrer Beer.

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