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|Utah Christian Advocate
"' n ' jjiir r C ,. ittaag&aaaL JWgiKPM 1 UTAH CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. I M Misc 11 " 'i"i i9 M Governor of Feunylvania Gownur of Ohio la' ike ,,nj Hie Legislatures of tlielr ir, unify Qjatts. rqetiveiy, to as ruukeitmoie di1 laws ts i.e oip difficult for dissatisfied parties to obtain dh orees; and thn-- is doubtless uiuclji need for action in tiial direction in many o tiler States besides those named. Tlip sons usuL or uoxs careless to the e ifeeis produced, except the "me of attr'ietLe appearance. Much indignation has been aroused by the uLcovery, parent bmoir of prgttshe Amen an Art. ins Sees:-- ; deal sued two ideal heads, brunette We and blond, which Im e been produced on satin by L. Pram v Co., and wili be published as valentines. naturally exasperated by the dan- Thme is a growing tendency to acger to which their children are ex- cept missLt'S cf this kind, genuposed. It would be well if an in- ine rut prodm-timr!a-of tb-spection of liieiary confcctionaiv exaggerated repif tentations of Ca wexe made. Many books vm-- pid and las victims n hi L cnee apwidely circulated are made attiact-iv- e pealed to popular taste, hi the by sensational matter of the same wa the omnio valentines oi most poisonous character til Tim. the past are represented s mw at ft k Illo the ttst koftf: and o S II HATL'W.Y. by huraerous but artistic pioductions n artfrom the brush of S. F. as Church, Hairy Beard, ists, to-da- Human Friendship. the supposition that long and thick hair is a sign and token of intellect nality, all antiquity, all madhouses. and all common observation are against it. The easily The wheedled Esau was hairy. was bald. Caisar Longmighty haired men are generally weak and fanatical, and men with scant hair are the philosophers and soldiers and statesmen of the world. London Lancet. -- Professor Tyndall says: power of character must underlie and enforce the work of the intellect. There are men who can so .Ouse and energize their pupils so call forth their strength and the pleasures of its exercises as to make the hardest work agreeable. Without this power it is questionable whether the teacher can ever really enjoy his vocation; with it, I do not know a higher, nobler, more blessed calling than that of the man who, scorning the cramming so prevalent in our day, converts the knowledge h- - imparts into a lever to lilt, exercise, and strengthen the growing minds committed to ms cared Facts and Figures, Dr. Geo. Smith, in his ! Short History of Christian Missions, gives some recent figures in refer ence to the missionary forces now engaged in sending the Gospel to non Christian lands. He admits that there are ICO erganizations en- gaged in the work, and that the together send out 2,000 ordained missionaries, or, including medical missionaries, 3,120. Counting female misionaries, wives and single women, there are 5,000 European and American laborers in the held, and 30,000 Asiatic, African and Polynesian native helpers. Protestant Christians have raised in one year for foreign missions of which $7,050,000 are from Great Britain, 3,000,000 from America, and $725,000 from the continent of Europe. $11,-275,0- 00, Poisonous candles have been tected in the markets. Hast week Dr. Cyrus Edson, by direction of the Health Board, examined certain manufactories of candies. He re- Estab ported that of the siA.ty-fou- r lishments inspected, in thirteen chrome yellow was used to produce candies of that color. Fn e firms of the thirteen used ohromo szreen. red lead, varmiilion, and Prussian blue to produce chax- effects. Three firms used burnt umber to imitate chocolate color. One firm used the arsenical analine fuschine to produce a red tint. Ail these pigments, except Prussian blue and burnt umber, are poisons. The fuschine is the most dangerous. Several thousands of pounds of candies thus colored were seized and destroyed. The manufacturers are to ba prosecuted, r here is no doubt that they were either ignorant of the qualities of the po- de- well-tune- d the rorn.Ait sons IOUTE r BETWEEN can 'rente; It Palace Sleeping Cars, which are models of comfort and efag'mee: Parlor Drawing UsRoom Cars, un- t ?ry, m.l widely ce!LmtisI Palatial Dining Cais, tfio equal ot wlii h no Co found elsewhere. Its Biirpaascd OGDEN, .nv' At Council Bluffs the trams of the Union Pa i'k 11y conr.o i m toon I'epot with those of ill- - Chiogw fi Norih-neslor- u E'y, in the hams of this hne make close oonrei Don with those of all Fustem I'.nes. For Detroit. Columbus, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Niag.ia Falls, Buffalo, Fittibnrg. Toronto. Montreal, Boston, New Yoik, Baiiirn.-re- , VVaaliington, pmi all points in the East, abk the ticket agent for tickets via tho Ch-oag- Pln-laltlp- it-- h B.k-bilitr- Cru-vlid-w- Restaurant MI1P depul-me- I I . r 7 I I i I DORCAS, 872 Broadway, New York City, United States ami NOTICE! Specimen copies of the Utah Chmstian Advocate will be sent free on application. I Vary should be found in Works within the reach of aii readers.-Wor- ks to Enter tain Instruct, and improve uopes will be sent by return post, on receipt oi pne. T1 Fy Emily Visits ZO ffie mnvt i'AFHFII. 400 wc rk and about aurartivo published interesting Amenc.at our fieople, intituuons, etc. PILES! A PILES! PILES! SURE CURE FOUND AT LAST! NO ONE NEED SUFFER! Mats 'Womterfss in the Honse The An Allegory. bFAuriFutr Teachir.e the princi- ples of Physiology and Hygiene, and the effects of Stimidants and Narcotics- For Hom Heading and Schools Py Mapy A. A;lm,DrsC. B. $j Receiver D. of the R. C. Westers. & 8. W. ECCLE8, Genl Pass. & Freight Agent, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. A sure cure for Blind, bleeding, Itching T. K. HOOPER, and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered hy GenT Pass, and Tkt Agent, D. rrr. William, fan Indian remedy, called Dr. Williams Indian Ointkknt, a single box & II. G. Railway, baa cured th worst chronic cases of 23 years, DENVER, COL. standing. No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions and instruments do more harm than good, WOiiarrfa Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching. at night after getting warm meed ads ns a poultice, gives instant and painless reliet, ard is prepared only for Piles, itching of the private parts andjuothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. CoSnberry. of rieveland. savs aliout Dr, W'nxiASi's Indian Pile Ontmf.vt, It affords me pleasure to say that I have ne er found snrthing which uar-tii'iiler- ly gave such immediate relief as Dr. Williams Ind' Ointment. Sample free. For bale by all druggests and mailed on receipt of price. ti.lMl FRAZIER MEDICINE C Cleveland, Ohio. RsSiEII I IPUT CHURCH L1IIO 1 FRTVX' Ptsnt Ulm f r Gas orOd.tfivt te most rfwl, itorcs Depot, e r i hjt for ndow&, .id fif ro'i t aLn"! rac!e. A(.ct ctrcu'ar and esvuns.te s to and tn? Pc g I I P. FlflNiki ik 3t Pari M BARNES rt , N V ;oav-- t Mirhin'Ty. for Anus! Workahor Ti for Wood r VI : Llbs a'&r bsurs, Scro;1 &,iuriu-- o TanGHor. e- . V.vnrera. s, eve. MiKLlitaon tr1! lfdMirtd. ItK'riix.re Oataiospie as'l Prise dlvt Frre. iOWi HtRIfK, Xa,.oA-- i-- I t.-v- v bt W. W. m ! S5 tO $70 Pp'dT Aiim-- to America tree Canada. W. H. BANCROFT, iviro 0HKk3rCn JfiuOw -- C. Ii- - Par- W. Freer, whose paiBii&gs are fair representation j wotni-t- St, Hioiiis, nt Frederio - CHICAGO, Salt Lake City, Ctuii. 4, suj-vrlo- jv'ri-,ibi- GUNNISON, has land or F.rerv nm son even a village lot or garden, should take the FRUIT RECORDER AND COTTAGE GARDENER, published by A. M. Purdy, PalmyIloiticnltarst ra, N. Y , a life-lonand Floriculturist, and who bus 200 acres of land under cultivation. Price of the paper $1.00 per year, with a valuable premium. A sped men copy sent free to every applicant. as also his Nursery Cata logue. V -- Startin. the works noticed in tiiD & Co., TRANS CONTINENTAL - i sity compels to labor. There are thousands of women SALT throughout ibis land supporting themselves by the aid of the and knitting needle , to whom the Dokcas is invaluable. The Patterns given are selected oRTii-wr.vroJwith erne and taste, and the workLEADVfLLE, ;r you t Im best accommodations. AU ing directions, which, by tlm way, ticket agents sell tickets via tins hne n. s. mm, are Printed without Abrcriation , u. sirhsnTT, tu n'i Agt. are tested by an expert, to prevent riielilo and Denver, l .u.,,'1 CHICAGO. mistakes. Ki Ailing , Noting, , all kinds of Embroider g AT WHICH LATTER POINTS are treatand At list ic lutdh-Kor- l intic DIRECT CONNECTIONS ed in its columns. Innumerable PJtO YU. VTAI1. ARE MA HE WITH hints and suggestions, with regard At U. C. and D. & R G. Depots, opto personal and home decoration, D. & R. G. Eating House. posite FOR TRAINS are given, which may be enlarged MEALS 35 The has Donets indefinitely. TIhuOxrxa,s found an unoccupied field and is Kansas City, 0malia, filling it in so satisfactory a manWABTS STS AM WASHER! or pa;- any ner, that it is fast becoming a recW taking liidufcrated Cirou W teima uf on all matter? ognized authority ..Mef fc J?wnio)sny rtumouof its intriueio msrit iHriiw'frinesntb pertaining to WvmanJy HandiCB.IOAGO. 1XX. tr 9X. JLOVift, J.WO&TH, craft. During its first year ii ttave double the value promised. Each COPIEVw!t itobl number contains more technical went i It matter than can be purchased sepJh OF CONDK Jaists from PiS! to itis.. only history of our Government vVK.'I from Va , av a Wb wer ako arately for Ten Times its cost to Johb ur Le be for hUnne'B fne i Uxp vi ' Vf' 'fi a AND ALL THU tVild1 tht fe t if trvp tiotf'W'it aJ mentis subscribers. $1.00 per year. ALUryttb tCHUr1 PJ f "? 1 1, (, Hi! OC! t, Tu i's1.. u., Uesiri Sample copies sent to any one in the United States or Canada, on receipt of h) cents. Address, Principal Points in the Good Books for All LITERARY AND ART NOTES. of ttke the IVsMoineP, MasiVdar T.iplK Clinton, Dixon, Chicago, Milwaukee and aU point East. To cf Nt bnoka. Colorado, Wyoming, the Utah uiUv. NV aJa. Oregon. Waubmgton advantand Cahtornia. It offers by any other am-- . ages no Am oug a fev ot the numerous points (A ed by iho paUuas or tl.i-- ; snyinorsty -enjoy and Chicago. a e its hf" two trains a day of Dsy Couches which are the ft neat tha human art and ingenuity lux-- U; slmiHovs rf Cro-chd-ho- o7c Ai a bocialist meeting held in Switzerland recently, a suggestive The speakers im ident occurred. talked of the real and fancied wrongs of the poor and of the workingmen, but when in the midst of his graceful periods one of the speakers was asked by a brawny mechanic to show his hands, a tumult arose and the meeting broke up in disorder. The evidence called for in this case to test the genuineness of the speakers zeal might not always b a fair basis for judgment, but The principle involved in it was right and just. Too often men set themselves up as champions of the poor and oppressed, with no better motive than the furtherance of their own selfish interests. They declaim loudlvabout rights and1 wrongs, and make great professions df sympathy for the poor, hoping by this means to gain places of power and influence It is well that such men are called upon occasionally to show their hands; that it may be known wnether they are qualified to plead for the rigius of the men whose cause they claim to represent, whether they have the credentials that entitle them to speak in their behalf. New Tort Obserctr. nay be ordered through BLUPFS IHICAGO. LAKE, Show Your Hanas. Any Li 1 V POUNCIL Ice only The Bone as Magazi n s:, a pei iod- ivai UC ,ted to the interests of Wo- men and the Home. has com)leted its first years work. Its paces are filled vifb plain directions for making an infinite variety of useful and decorative article, and its aim is evidently not only to help women to employ their time m a useful and pleasing manner, but also to be of service to those whom neces- E I N j MAH A. Selected. k c. T L K H y etc. One evening, one of a company of friends di spatched X I VQ.Ij.t- tO lll3 house for a lute, and on its being brought to the apartment it had iczt tn.no, as nsii'iPy Imppnq to these instruments wheu exposed to the changes cf weather or atmoWhile the owner was sphere. tightening the strings, Gotthold, who was present, thought within him self: What is sweeter than a lute, and what more delightful than a faithful friend who can. cheer us In sorrow with wise and affectionate discourse: Notli- -, ili JUUUVi is sooner untuned than a lute, and nothing is more tickle than a human friend. The tone of the one cnanges with the weather, that of the other with fortune. With a clear and blight sun and a gentle breeze you will have fi lends in plenty; but let fortune frown and the firmament be overcast, and then your friends will prove like the strings of the lute, of which you will tighten ten before you will find one which win bear the tension or keep the pitch. m RAILWAY. G ramie well-know- Abundant hair is not the sign of bodily or mental strength, the story of Samson having given rise to the notion that hairy men are strong physically, w Idle the fact is t hat the Chinese, the most enduring of all races, are mostly bald; and as to - CHICAGO0 Issllii i !s rNE tk ! Denver i- - of y Samsons' Strength, I tins Children Bible By Fanny L. AkMsrprG1 with an inrrodiKMon by Frances F W.Uatri F res. N, Vvr C. l.U. Ex. Uo.v $t 00. The siory of eacn cmid of ne biote is .oia bv iteT $rraphcally, and none could be more in than they, or Signs oi Char?8ew acter, as married through 'Icmpe rajaent aco Extnai Forces, ard cspaiiv sn the H'nrwo Lhvir.e. mre man se Thcuad h-lubtrauors By Sam jtLft Hlhh ?68 pp. Fhjslogwomy A Psdv 'Tle Fansily Stsyslcan. Adviser. Wih reference Wedlock; Controlling Geo. 1. Scott & Co., TfRRi, Iron, Steel, 5 MILL FINDINGS, AND BLACK-SMIT- Slstr loves and Ranges TI, C opper-ware- . hsx-ai- e oeperai 1 Ms b oc furnaces Snvgry & , Portmrd. Mo. fiUd up and repaired. 6o, L Supple-men- t Fgy. Egbt Pny-- E R SqFj'rtrPD. Talks About $ t xi riiuuicr i5 giCRJC gisnd. Vor tV Nrtnal Dc''C!opm.nt and Trair,-ir- o ot Women and O ddren, and the atmci ? vV teirDeaseswitb I s yg'n c Agencies Cloth, $i.oo Science Corr-Mind ? or, Mental v! n'd-A.'n.oHv.orc be P rrjplcc Pht-- n I and in Hc.idoi to Mid.ra j r !'.siokgy nmc?rarfrt i.v BoOiT Md t. 1 up. , . ! n'a. ! isoHortna- - to Mow Me ra! tor j, jo Des'Fneu U ! . m their at a! fr S2t. I T c vs, ne I rote01 r 5o rrr F.,iry fnire? GBd in?r Grunmg, Varnishmr, PolismK, Kalsomn-- i arr H nT g, and Warrentmj, rouuias for Mixing i amt in 0,1 or Water. $1 ou c H'lUSE. of all kinds of lo F rf'.j of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and m, h bndmg. Srecal Physiology; or, . 'TcTf'snera.ttjeirfa j tt tuition ot Man, conitreJ hvjralv K n Mala Street, Salt Tale City, Utah, SKEIIT Hygiene Os, u Bv fife nrd Tnings Adatcut Akmvv,x D D, author o! "Life at mute The F. E. SC1IQPPE, and manufacturers Vv r oihclo rsl HS THE WALKER or to5ir!s the Stud $1 in.. A Bachelors TOOLS, ETC, ETC., 51 and 93 Main St., Salt Lake City. OPPOSITE pp f Se Py Ex. do. EiH.ojevea La Jv. Stoves, TINWARE, MINERS S KRry. iTTso Hardware, $IOO Health Dealers in in ii Cwssarafhe RbDuxoi, M. D 'l, Fl5 filognomy; en and Amaiu's. OcUkovoi. Llu-trat- or. nyj. W $a and yfsreHHon on ol the An Fx- - Ft Pny,ir jotjy of Lj licauctiiAOi Dyspepa. Ijgtbmr $i.co A Oude to the- to C?F?ivatri ?rd of Fnrt Trees, a td ot Graoes and Sma.it Umisr By Gkego. oe Kf-- r 5ioih?rs A nacrtitcrs.-Manual of Hygiene fur Women and the Houe-noi- d J)jfM. O Come, M.JL) Ex co Incloxe amount in a Registered I etter or Lv p ior f'ne or all of rheabove. rewilluxtra ted and esr p;ve cttalone of worsts sent Adc 6 Cr., Pubb-btaVpt. 5 . Bruadivav, N f. Agems Warned planat Mann-eTen- ad s s. a to he Natute, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment of Diseases AnFents, etc, $q 00 or, The Right Pehuons of tl-bees A ScientiBc Iiean-- e diJosiitg the Laws nt Conjugal Selection showing VrhoMay and Who. R. May No Many. $1.50 Sea: I w eserat?of?t Th Piiysica1 aw ufiinphuiv Sex m t.,c Embivo of Man and Rme and its aIrerion to pxluce Male H- and Female Otfspnng al Wul.