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jTSE IR m MM to the business man, the lawyer, the physi cian, the clergyman, the teacher, the póh tician, and, in short, to eveiy one ]'o ," interested in affairs wlnch concern the Amer can public, aml who wishes to keep (u abreast of the times, is X XXSh Ira kim hm, Every subject of importance is dealt wilh in its pages - impartially, on b-th sides- af the very time when the course of evenu brings it to the front, and by the very men oí women whose opinions aie most valueii' The Review does not hesitale at the most liberal expenditure in order to Secure anieles from the highest authorities. lts list of con' tributors forms a roll of the representativa men and women of the age. The North American Reviku is Ih most widely read magazine of ils cl i the world, being neither scholnslic nor technical, but popular and practical in its trea ment of all topics. The North American Revif.vv is Uie only periodical of Lts kind which has i recognized place as A FAMILY MAGAZINE Tbis is because it devotes much attention ■ , subjecls that are of particular iiiten-,! women. No other periodical in the world can point to such a succession of distinguished writers as have contributed to the Review during the past fouryears. The list embraces America;and British Cabinet Ministers; United Stae.Senators and Representatives; Governors of States; American Ministers abroad; Fbreigp Ministers to the United States; ludges of the Supreme Court; Ecclesiastical dignitariesani eminent theologians of every denominatior,oiiicers of the Army and Navy; faroous p!y sicians andscientists; and in general men and women whose names are household' v.-.v; , throughout the English-speaking world. Putlished Monthly. $5.00 a Year. THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW 3 EAST 14TH STREET, NEW YORK. TJntil Janwvry Sist, 1804, ire lHUfuniin4 the North AtnevietMi llemew and hr AU' for $4.00 per Tear in ndvance. A year's subscrijition to Scribner's Ma gaziNe will bring into your home twelvemonthly numbers, aggregating over 1,50c pages of the best and most interesting reaiing, and more than 7oobeautiful illustratkins. Annouiicemeiits. Geowe W. Cable will bepin in theJanuary üiiniber 1 romance entltled "Jolin Marcii Soutberner." Two other importaut seriáis havo been enacied: J. M. Barrie, autbor of tbc famou-i "Little Minister,"' has written a new novt-; the flrstsim-e that famous story. George Meredith, tbe great EngliBli novplist, Ita-, in preparation a novel entitlerl "Tlic Amazins Marriage." SHORT oTORIES will beabundant W. D. Howells, Miss Elliot, "W. H. Bisnop Ludovic Haleyy, Paul Bourget, Joet Chandler Harris and many new writere will contribute. STUDIES OF AMERICAN LIFE will boaa important feature, inrludinfrNowport, Bal Harbor, Lenox, etc, and the West. THE ILLUSTRATIONS will be oven morO numerous and beuutiful than ever. A. cerles ot' Frontispieces phosen liv Philip Gilbert Hamerton will bt' especiallr notable. SPFPIA! Í1FFFR The numbers dr cii al urrtn. for 1893i and a subsci'iption for 1894, - $4.5C The same, with back numbers bound in cloth, - - - - 6.0C Complete Prospectus sent on request. Sample Copy 1O Cents. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS. 74;ï Broadway, New York. It is imman nature to want somethvng fm notlwng. SIL VERWARE (MI Af AY FREE - Aï- XV. F. Lodholz Giocery Store, 4 and 6 Qroadway TIi in is the way it is done: With every Cash Sale, whether it be leti cents o; hfty dollars we give you a coupon sbowing the amount purchased, and when you have bottght groceries or any goods in our line b) the amount of Forty Dollars, Korty-five Dollars or Fifty Dollars YOU CAN HAYE YOUR CHÓ1CE of theTWENTY BEAUTIFUL PIECES OF SILVERWARE. such as Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holder, Cream, Fruit. (Jaster, Berry, Pickle, Butter Dishes, etc. CALL AND EXAMINEEemember Everytking in the OBOCMBT LINE Sold Cheapjov Cash. W. F. L0DH0LS 4 and 6 Broadway MARTIN & FISCHER. PBOPBIETORS O! THE WESTERN BREWERYf ANN ARBOB, MICHBrewers of Pure Laser Beer.


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