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AHEAD OF ALL MAGAZINES this country Iw.s seen. - Albany Argus. IN THE North American Review are always found The Right Topics, By the Right Men, At the Right Time. The North American Review ia recognized on both sides of the Atlantic as the foremost Review in the English language, and no expeDditure is spared in maintainingit in itsunrivalled position. The Review is the mouthpiece of the men and women who know most about the great topics on whicb Americans require and desiretobeinformed from mouth to mouth. lts list of contributors forms a roll of the representative men and women of the age. Subjects that concern the interest of AMERICAN WOMEN receive constant and special attention. Among topics recently discussed are: "Women Suffrafre in Practice"; "The Eenaisanceof Woman"; "Woman in Politics"; "The New Aspect of the Woman Question," and "The Modern Girl," by theauthorof "The Heayenly Twins" ; "The Future of Marriage" ; "Evils of Early Marriages"; "The Hervant Glrl of the Future" ; "The Financial Dependence of Women"; "Trades-Unions for Women'; "TheLackof Good Servahts": -'American Lile and Physical Deterioration"; "Good and Bad MothoiV: "The Tyvanny of the Kitchen"; "The Amateur Nurse"; Mark Twaln's Defenije of Harriet Shelly etc, etc, J - A NEW FEATURE FOR 1895. The Review will publlsh in 12 chapters, beginning with the January number, the Personal Hlstory of the Second Empire, a historical work of ansurdassed importanee ■which wil 1 throw a fiood of new lig-bt upon the chequered career of Napoleon III., and the influences which led to the callapseof his Empire in the ifitfantic struggïe with unitod Germany, under Wilhelm I. and Ms Iron Chancellor. It is as fascinatinur ;is a romance, beins rlchlyaneedotal and full of intjrmation drawn írom sources hitherto inaccessible, presented In the iraphic and vivacious style which "The Englishman in Paris," by the same author, has made familiar to thousands of readers. 50 Cents a Copy; $5.00 a Year. The North American Review, 3 Kast:i4tli 8t„ Itev York. JJ B. NORRIS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Does a general law collection and conveyanclng business. A moderate share of your pationage respectfully solicited. Ufftce 16 E Huron Street, upstairs. TRtJOK AND STORAGE. C. E. GODFREY. Residence and Office, 48 FourthjAve., North Xeleplione 8a.


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