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“Pushing to the Front; or, Success Under Difficulties," and
" Architects of Fate; or, Steps to Success and Power."
Louis KLOPSCH, Proprietor,
I. First, Be a Man,
X. To Be Great, Concentrate,
XV. Will Power,
HOW TO SUCCEED.
FIRST, BE A MAN. The great peed at this hour is manly men. We want no goody-goody piety; we have too much of it. We want men who will do right, though the heavens fall, who believe in God, and who will confess Him.-Rev. W. J. DAWSON.
All the world cries, Where is the man who will save us? We want a man! Don't look so far for this man.
You have him at hand. This man-it is
you, it is I; it is each one of us!, . . How to constitute one's self a man? Nothing harder, if one knows not how to will it; nothing easier, if one wills it. -ALEXANDER DUMAS.
“I thank God I am a Baptist,” said a little, short Doctor of Divinity, as he mounted a step at a convention. “Louder ! louder !” shouted a man in the audience;
we can't hear.' "Get up higher,” said another. "I can't,” replied the doctor, "to be a Baptist is as high as one can get."
But there is something higher than being a Baptist, and that is being a man.
Rousseau says: "According to the order of nature, men being equal, their common vocation is the profession of humanity; and whoever is well educated to discharge the duty of a man cannot be badly prepared to