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Church review . STEELES SCHOOL —RECEPTION ROOM. STEELE S MUSIC SCHOOL. This music school offers a thorough musical course by the best methods in Piano, Organ,Violin, Violoncello, Harmony and Composition. Concerts, Lectures, Notation and History free to all pupils. Fall Term begins Tuesday, Seftember 26, 1899. Heacbcrs: MR. GEORGE WHIPPLE STEELE, - - PIANO. MR. FRANZ MILCKE. ----- VIOLIN. MR. NATHAN H. ALLEN, - - - - ORGAN. MR. W. H. MILLER, - - - VIOLONCELLO. FORMERLY YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK SO LIVE. So live, ;hat when ihy summons c^m s to jcinThe innumerable caravan, which movesTo that mysteriou

Church review . STEELES SCHOOL —RECEPTION ROOM. STEELE S MUSIC SCHOOL. This music school offers a thorough musical course by the best methods in Piano, Organ,Violin, Violoncello, Harmony and Composition. Concerts, Lectures, Notation and History free to all pupils. Fall Term begins Tuesday, Seftember 26, 1899. Heacbcrs: MR. GEORGE WHIPPLE STEELE, - - PIANO. MR. FRANZ MILCKE. ----- VIOLIN. MR. NATHAN H. ALLEN, - - - - ORGAN. MR. W. H. MILLER, - - - VIOLONCELLO. FORMERLY YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK SO LIVE. So live, ;hat when ihy summons c^m s to jcinThe innumerable caravan, which movesTo that mysteriou Stock Photo
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Church review . STEELES SCHOOL —RECEPTION ROOM. STEELE S MUSIC SCHOOL. This music school offers a thorough musical course by the best methods in Piano, Organ,Violin, Violoncello, Harmony and Composition. Concerts, Lectures, Notation and History free to all pupils. Fall Term begins Tuesday, Seftember 26, 1899. Heacbcrs: MR. GEORGE WHIPPLE STEELE, - - PIANO. MR. FRANZ MILCKE. ----- VIOLIN. MR. NATHAN H. ALLEN, - - - - ORGAN. MR. W. H. MILLER, - - - VIOLONCELLO. FORMERLY YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK SO LIVE. So live, ;hat when ihy summons c^m s to jcinThe innumerable caravan, which movesTo that mysterious realm, where each shall takeHis chamber in the silent halls of death.Thou go not, like the quarry-slave at night,Scourged to his dungeon, but, sustain-ed and soothedBy an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave,Like one who wraps the drapery of his couchAbout him, and lies down to pleasant dreams. —Bryants Thanatopsis. WHERE CHRISTIAN WORKERSARE TRAINED. BY H. B. GIBBUD. What is the pomp of learning? the paradeOf letters and of tongues? Even as the mistsOf the gray morn before the rising sun,That pass away and perish. Earthly thingsAre but the transient pageants of an hour;And earthly pride is like the passing flowerThat springs to fall; and blossoms but to die. —H. K. White. But what is truth? Twas Pilates question, putTo Truth itself, that deigned him no reply.And wherefore? Will not God impart his lightTo them that ask it? Freely,—tis his cry