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, Covering Kntlr Body with WtilU
BCade.. BulRrlng Ferful.
Cured by Cutteura.
lf dltMM (ptori.U) flrtt broke out on my left
coack, praadlug rroas my note, and almost cov
ring my faea. U no Into mr eve, wd tb
physician wm afraid I would ln m v.icril
iloplh.r. It spread all over my head, aod my
oair au Irii out, uuui i was
ntlraly bald headed; It then
broke out on my arrot and
houldtra, nntil my armi were
Just one aore. It covered my
entire body, my taw, head,
and abouldera twlng Hie worm.
The while ecabe (ell ronntantly
from my head, ahoulderii, and
arms: the akin would thicken
and be red and very luhv,
and would crack and bleed
If acralched. After unending
many hundreds of dollar, I
waa pronounced Incurable. I
heard of the Ctmrciu Kimbiiiih. and after u.inn
two bottlea Cl'TKTR. Kksolvint, I could ave
change; and after I had tnken four bottles, I waa
almost cured; and when 1 had uned all bottle of
Cirricuiu Kisoltint, one boi of CiTin iu, aod
one cake of Cutiiura Boar, I waa cutvd of the
dreadful disease from which I had suffered for Ave
' years. I cannot el press with a pen hat 1 mi tiered
before uaitiK the IUmioies. They aaved my life, and
I feel It my duty to recommend them. My hair la
reetored aa good a ever, and eo la my eyeilght.
Mm. UOrJA KELLY, UockweU City, luwa.
The new Blood Purifier, Internally (to clranae
tin; blood of all lmpurttle and poisonous elements),
and Cuticuiu, the great Skin Cure, and CtTicUKA
boar, au eiquisiU) IS Lin lleautifier, eitornally (to
clear the akin and scalp and restore the hair), have
cured thousands of cases where the ehedding of
scale measured a quart dally, tho skin cracked,
bleeding, burning, and Itching almost beyond
endurance, hair lifeless or all gone, suffering terrl.
', ble. What other remedies have made such cures ?
I Rold everywhere. Price, C'OTircRA, 50c. i Soap,
Kc.; Kibolvknt, 1. t'repared by the I'ottkh
iiut'o anu CmaicAL Cokpoiution, lloston.
aTHend for" How to Cure Skin Disease," 64
pages, 60 UluatraUous, and 1UU testimonials.
PUl'LE3, black heads, red, rough, chapped, and
I 1 1(1 oily akin cured by Cl'Tictiu tiuar.
IT STOPS THE PAIN.
Hack ache, kidney pains, weakness,
rheumatism, and muscular pains re
lleved In one mlnnte by the Cuti
cura Anu-rftin i'uuter. wc.
To nil whom it may concern :
The coinmisMoiHT uppointpit to locate n
nmil comment' itiK lit H point HI rods west of
the Houtli-fiist corner of section j-HtlH, run
ninK thence in a south westerly ilirection
direct to intersect tlie Nehuwha roml, nuil
terminat itiK nt the northeast corner of the
cemetery; and vacate a road located north
and south through section ,I0; and sec
tion :C11 1:1, (the last ahove mentioned road
liuvitiK been loin ted September 'Jl, 1SUH,
thence a little west ol south through sec
tion H-IU-IA to where the new mini intersects
the old one, has reported in favor of the
location atul vacat ion thereof, and all ol
lectious thereto, or claims for dnnuikrcs.
? must he tiled In thecount v clerk's ollice on
or before noon on the 2id day of April,
A. I. IW.', or such roads will he located and
"-'a vacated without reference t hereto.
: Kkank Dickson,
J" 4 County Clerk.
ll Lefjal Notice
"T DISTRICT COl'KT CASS COI'NTY,
; Valvin II. I'nrim-le, )
1 vs Noi n-K.
Willium S. Wise. )
' The above named defendant, William S.
i Wise, will take notice that on l-'eb'v 'Joth.
lWi an action was commenced in the dis
i trict court in and for Cass county, Nebras
i ka, wherein Calvin II. I'linnele is plaintit)
f and said William S. Wise is defendant;
and un order of attachment w as obtained
'coiiiiiiiitnlitif the slieritl of Cass county
to levy upon the property of said ilclen
1 'dant. Saiil action is baseil upon a prom
issory note Kiven by defendant to plaiutm
dated Junuary 'if, 1SS7 due ninety days af
ter date wit Ii interest at 1(1 per cent, from
date. There is now due on said note the
sum of $.1,111,111, after dcdtictini; all credits
and payments on said note, for which
piamiui prays juoi;iiieiii.
' ' Vou are required; to answer said pet it ion
J ' .in or before Aliril 11th, IW! or default Ii
i be entered and iiuliriuc lit rendereil aco.. .1
CAI.VIX II. I'AKMK! '
Hated rVbrmiry 27, iwr
It W. L. Browne, Alt'-
A Challenge. A Book Free.
f. ,i We never wiw aa sweeping
f u-laim Ji8 1 lit? pttblishers ol
,1., Handbook of the I lutcl Stales
jiiiake for that book. Tluy say:
f ( "Fitul any oilier well-made book,
liavitijr HALF the type, one F nil
the illustrations, and ANY maps of
iVi "equal excellence, at the same price,
v "and we will give you a copy m EE.
!; 'There in no 1 rick in these words
we mean mem in me spirit in
'which you read them."
Americas most coinpie.e print-
ftliuo; concern is the Arl-Priiiiing
,n Works of the Malihews-Xorthrup
V Co. of liuffalo, the publishers of
1 this book; and us they aieraled at
' a quarter of a million, they are nble
t 1(1 DHCIt II
!r vork cont
I urea, pu",(
, to back up their challenge, j ne
ivork contains thousands oi pic-
page or double-page maps of
State aim territory, neaiiy a
large octavo pages, and
Hells for only !r'-'.50. Many hundreds
f prominent educators and states
men assisted in editing or revising
it, and every word, cut and map are
new and expressly for this book. It
is first in the field with figures from
the new census, nnd is the only
book which tells of the great ness
!x and glory of "Our Country" as it is
A to-day, at the threshold of the
I" world's fair. We understand that
it is selling wonderfully where in
troduced; most people are willing
j to buy when they get a great deal
9 f.-t. l.fK ninnw tiwl find "I ll a 1
IUI lll.IIVT, IMIU Villi,-
lenge" should make short work of
it a fellow would either buy it or
make up his mind to scrape along
without it mighty quick. Its circu-
V' litrei tuc 11 utiuii tut m.tii m. iivi
aw, and from them we infer that
. M. French & Co.. 512 and 5P I'nx
"ton block, Omaha, are the general
agents for this field. Weadviseour
i local canvassers to look this up, for
if the book is what is claimed it will
C. "put money in thy purse." as I a go
l ium Mm(iiy'$ Ihiily
' C. A. Manker, of Louisville was in
the city to-day.
II. F. Swanback, of Cireen wood,
' was in the city to day on business.
Joe Tubbs. left last night for Chi
cago to bring two more new engines
Kditor C. W. Sherman, of the
Journal, returned this morning from
1 his trip to Wauhiugt'on, I). C.
Gordon B. Knotts, of Council
Bluffs, arrived in the city yesterday
and will make Plattmoutli his
home in the future.
Councilman Browne, of the Sec
ond ward is rejoicing over the ad
vent ofalaroe healthy boys, that
made its appearance at his home
THE CITY CONVENTION.
Th Republican Name the winners
in the Coming Contest at the
Promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday
night, Judge A. N, Sullivan, chair
man of the republican city central
committee, called the convention to
order, saying that the city of Platts
inouth was passing through a crisis
and that the convention should see
that good men were placed upon the
I). K. Barrand P. B. Smith were
placed in nomination for temporary
chairman. Mr. Barr withdrew and
Mr. Smith was made temporary
chairman by acclamation. J. L.
Root was elected secretary and
George llouseworth assistant secre
tary. On motion the secretary was or
dered ton a .J helistofdelegatesand
if there was no objection, the list
aa read, should constitute the con
vention. On motion the temporary organi
zation was made permanent.
A. B. Todd moved that the con
vention proceed to an informal bal
lot, without any nominations, for a
candidate for mayor, carried. The
informal ballot stood:
The convention then proceeded
witi a formal ballot which resulted
It was moved and seconded that
II. N. Dovey be the unanimous
choice of the convention. Carried.
Mr. Dovey was called to the front
and made a short talk, pledging
himself in favor of public improve
ments and that if he was elected he
would fill the office to the best of his
ability, without fear or favor.
'Die convention then proceeded to
nominate a candidate for city treas
urer. T. II. Pollock being the unan
imous choice he was elected by ac
The next in order was placing a
candidate in nomination for city
clerk. M. N. Griffith was elected by
L. C. Stiles and W. B. Short were
placed before the conventian for
police judge. The ballot stood:
Mr. Short was made the unani
mous choice for police judge.
J. I Unriih and W. N. McLennan
were nominated by acclamation for
members of the board of education
The election of a chairman of the
fit j central committee, was the next
: ' ! considered. Wash Smith, It.
. ai r, Byron Clark, A. X. Sullivan
I k 15. Windham were placed in
-Miration, A ballot was taken
. .ch .estilted in the election of
Byon ( lark as chairman of the city
The different wards then recom
mended names for their comtnitte
uien. The committee stands:
Byron Clark, chairman.
L. C. Stiles, First ward.
W. A. Humphrey, Second ward.
B. C. Kerr, Third ward.
Harry Barthold, Fourth ward.
A. J. Graves, Fifth ward.
After the vote was taken for a
chairman of the central committee,
K. B. Windham, A. X. Sullivan and
Byron Clark were were called upon
for speeches. Mr. Windham made
a rousing talk in favor of city
improvements, followed by Mr. Sul
livan and Mr. Clark, who were also
of the same opinion.
On motion the convention ad
journed. ELOPING CHILDREN.
Walter Palmer and Millie Snowdon
a 15 Year-old Daughter of
Isaac Snowdon, are the
A story of love is often a puzzling
thing; and this it truly is in a case
oi elopement, which occurred on
Thursday, and in which two young
people of Xebraska City took the
Walter Palmer and Millie Snow
don are the names of the two young
people, who have lived in this city
for some time, and been regarded
generally as quiet a ml through going
Miss Snowdon, is a daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Isaac Snowdon who live in
Kearney, is only about fifteen years
old and a student in the first grade
of the high school. Young Palmer
has been employed for some time
at the B. A M. yards, and was on the
whole an honest and hard working
fellow, He is only about eighteen
ears old, however. His parents are
aid to live in Plattsmouth from
whence lie came some time ago.
On Thursday young Miss Snow
don told her mother she wished to
go over to a friend's house to spend
the night. Consent was readily
gained and the girl started away
from her home without any bag
gage whatever. By a preconcerted
plan she met young I 'aimer and the
guilty pair at once took the after
noon train for the south.
The next Mrs. Snowdon heard of
her daughter was a letter ehe re
ceived yesterday from her. In it
the thoughtless daughter told how
she had eloped with young Palmer,
that she loved him, and that they
were already united in marriage.
They were then iu Missouri, in just
what part she did not say; but tjie
added that it would be useless to
The letter was a cruel blow to the
mother, and ever since she has been
prostrated with grief. Millie was
her only daughter, nnd it would
seem that she had little intention of
returning to her home. However,
Palmer has small means for taking
care of a wife, and the truant
children may be expected to return
before long and ask forgiveness.
Xebraska City Press.
Double Birthday Celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brantner
old and respected citizens of Platts
inouth, were central figures of a
pleasant gathering at their home
on North Ninth street Saturday
night. The occasion was the cele
bration of the 7ith and 07th birth
day anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs
Brantner, respectively. The affair
was planned by the immediate rel
ativesof the old couple and success
fully executed thus: Mr. B. works
daily in the employ of the B. & L,
and was, of course, properly dis
posed of till evening; but next in
order was to dispose of the wife foi
the day, so that necessary prepara
tions could be made for the recep
tion of the guests without her sus
picioning anything out of the gen
eral order. It was arranged with
Mr. Khun Parmele, who, by the way,
is the prince of righteous schemers,
to have her spend the day with the
family of the said prince (V). With
much difficulty she was persuaded
to leave her household duties for
the fatal visit. By the occuirance
of divers and sundry unavoidable (?)
accidents, and much to the discom
fiture of the old lady, Mr. P. did not
get her back home again until the
late hour of 8 p. m., when, to add to
her misfortunes, Mrs. B. found that
a large assembly of her neighbors
and friends had taken possession
of her home. The surprise was so
complete that she did not even
know the husband beside whom
sl.e had met and surmounted the
obstacles of a varied life of full
three score years.
The company, consisting of the
resident relatives, neighbors and
immediate friends of the family,
enjoyed themselves abundantly un
til 11 o'lock, when, after prayer by
their pastor and many '.congratula
tions and good wishes, they
On behalf of their posterity, Mr.
B. was presented with a handsome
suit of clothes and his wife with a
fine silk shawl and bonnet. Besides
these the guests left many appreci
Among those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames A.X.Sulli
van, M. Waybright, L. F. Britt. T.
Wilkinson, I. Searles, M. Mauzy, II.
Matizy, K. Parmele, C. W. Green, S.
A. Davis, T. B. Brown, T. P. Brown;
Madames Lewis, Kennedy, Drew, C.
S. Johnson, Harrison, Wilcox, Kich
ardson, Beverage, Messersinith;
Misses Grace Britt, Maud Marks,
Blanche Kennedy, Xettie Way
bright, Harriet Sullivan; Messrs.
Booth, R. W. Brown, M. G. Brown,
G. Drew, J. W. Brantner and Kdward
A Bold Robbery.
Saturday night some thief entered
the room of HansGoos at the City
Hotel, and stole a suit of new
clothes, a pair of shoes, a seal skin
cap and several silk handkerchiefs.
The thief left;iiis old suit andjhung
them up in the wardrobe and put
the new clothes on and walked out.
No clue has yet been found.
Thoe who miss seeing the "Two
Old Cronies" at the opera house to
morrow night will miss a rare treat,
a performance of real merit.
Lovers of pure and clean fun
should please remember the per
formance by the 'Two Old Cronies"
at the opera house to-morrow night.
Owing to the weather being so
bad the oyster supper that was to
have been given at S. A. Davis'
Tuesday evening will be post
poned. Mr. Dee, a representative of the
State Journal, is iu the city today in
the interest of his taper, and by the
way, (he State Journal is the best
paper in the State.
Harris vs. Crrruth is still occupy
ing the attention of Judge Chap
man in the district court. The at
torneys are arguing the case as The
HfKAt.I) goes to tress.
'Die citizens of Louisville met
Saturday evening and placed iu
nomination F. Fetzer. K. C. Twins,
W. B. Shryock, James Robertson
and L. H. Livingston for trustees,
M. W. Morgan received a telegram
yesterday nnnofiejiig the death of
Mrs. Morgan's sister. Frank Mor
gan and his mother departed for
Osceola, Iowa, to attend the funeral.
WILL FILE NOTICE.
Governor Thayer to Give Notice of
His Intentions Tomorrow.
Governor John M. Thayer will file
notice in the supreme court tomor
row, through his attorneys, J. H.
Blair and M. B. Keese, that he will
on Tuesday, March 2!, make an ap
plication to re-open the Boyd
Thayer case, which was dismissed
last week owing to the non-nppear-nneeof
the counsel for Governor
Thayer. Governor Thayer stated
yesterday that the new step
in the great controversy
would make no change iu his
private plans, "The case has to
be continued iu my name," he re
marked, "and while Iain as much
interested in the final outcome of
the proceedings as I ever was, yet I
shall not allow it to interfere with
my private business. I have abso
lutely no desire to again assume
the dutiesof the governorship; 'but
I do want to see the question which
is raised in this case, settled and
this is the sole reason for further
contesting the matter." The opin
ion seems to generally prevail .that
the Supreme court will again open
the case. Lincoln News.
Sehvin Kiukcad vs. Singer Sewing
Machine Co. Suit in attachment.
Trial to court and judgment for
In the matter of the estate of Je se
B. Ryan, deceased. Hearing on
petition for appointment of Charles
U. Jordan administrator, vice Susan
J. Donnelly, executrix.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Agnes Cole, deceased.
Same admitted to probate and Silas
Long appointed administrator,
with will annexed.
In the matter of the estate of Ag
nes Cole deceased. Notice to creil i
tors to file claims on or before Sept.
24, lStC at 2 p. in.
In the matter of the guardianship
of Caroline ICngel, insane. Petition
filed for appointment of Stephen A.
Davis guardian. Set for hearing
April 4. at 2 p. m.
In the matter of the estate of
Frederick W. Beautneister deceased
Hearing final settlement April 11 at
10 a. in.
In the matter of the estate of
Franklin Waters, deceased. Hear
ing on motion to dismiss petition
for appointment of Fred Munchen
administrator.. Motion sustained
and dismissed at cost of petitioner.
In the matter of the estate of Ann
Allison, deceased. Notice to credi
tors to file claims on or before Sep
tember 24, 10 a. m.
I'. S. Wind Faigineauil Pump Co.
vs. A. Lackey; suit on account for
$210.72. Answer April 4th.
Julius H. Lanhorst vs. Spice D.
Kllis, suit on account for $'M). An
swer April 4th.
George Kdson vs. win. Tighe, con
tested election. Continued by con
sent of parties until A pr 1 1 12, 1S1 12,
10 a. iu.
Ackland Salisbury vs. Win. II.
hearing, contested election. Bal
lots of Klmwood, Avoca. Center, Mt.
Pleasant, Louisville precincts nni!
of the 4th ward Plattsinoiith, re
counted. Continued byjeonsent un
til April 4th, 1S'.)2, Ida. m.
James M. Patterson vs. Millspay A
Cuddington et al. Motion to quash
service of summons overruled.
Leave to answer by March 20 and
set for trial by agreement March
:, 1802, 10 a. m.
James M. Patterson, et al, vs. Fitch
A Co. et al. Same ruling, order and
agreement (is above.
World's Fair Notes.
The Cutter Minning Company, of
Idaho, is making a very extensive
collection of ores for exhibition at
Knglish women are active in pre
paration for their participation iu
the Imposition. At a meeting of the
woman's committee in London, on
March .', it was announced that
Oueen Victoria had promised speci
mens of her own work in spinning
and knitting, done when shewasa
girl; also some of her embroidering,
fine drawing and water-color taint
ing. Princess Louise will contrib
ute some clay modeling, Princess
Mi-attice several paintings, and
Princess Christian some embroid
er) . The committee assigned charge
of various branches of woman's ex
hibits is as follows: Irish exhibits,
Countess of Aberdeen; Scotch, Lady
Reay; philanthropy, Baroness Bur
dett Cotitts; education. Mrs. Faw
cett, the writer on political econo
my; hospital nursing, Mrs. Fenwick;
woman's art, Mrs. Robert Austin.
Several women were selected to pre
pare paperson various educational
and economic subjects.
Xaucy. wile of Geo. Kdgerton, of
thin citv-'died this morning at 2
o'clock at her home, corner of Sixth
and Rock, ol neuralga of the
stomach, aged 40 years. The funer
al will occur from the residence 4o
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
Friends of the family invited,
To the Farmera America.
The chairman of the Russian
Fa.iiine Relief committee of the
United States has sent out the fol
lowing appeal, dated Washington,
D. C, March, W2:
it) uie farmers ol America: The
vicissutities oi climate are such iu
all countries that not even the most
favored can hope for entire immu
nity from the losses and distresses
they may entail.
To-day it is the wretched lot of
some, twenty great provinces, of ;
middle and southern Russia, hav-1
ing a population equai to nearly
one-fourth that of the whole em
pire, to suffer the horrors of famine.
Fjr successive years their oops
were scant, and last year they failed
so almost entirely that multitudes
are without food other than the re
fuse of their neighbors, fields, grain
aries, cellars and kitchens, the seed
of weeds and the bark of trees
ground and mixed with all these.
The cattle on which they had de
pended lor milk or service, and even
their horses, needed as beasts of
burden, are slain and consumed as
a means of prolonging life until re
lief shall conn- trom some ipiarter
of the globe.
Starvation alone is terrible
enough, but the (.nnine in Kussia
has been aggravated by a fierceness
fcoldr irely known in a Russian
winter, while fuel is so scarce lhat
in many ca.-cs remnants ot stubble
and the thatching of stables, mixed
with tut I and dried scrapingsof the
barnyard, afford the only means ol
warming their hovels and cooking
the mi.M'i able pittance ol food thus
Nor is this all Pestilence, too,
has come with all its added terrors.
Iluiieiiiig, freezing, anil beset by
f. imiue fever, tne poor peasants of
Russia demand the world's sym
pathy as it has seldom been de
manded in all h ii ma ii history.
hat is to be doner
Kiiropc iu general has been a suf
ferer from thedrotiths of '!'l anil has
little to spare. But, thank Heaven,
America has been blessed as never
before. We have millions to sell,
mil can a Iso give millions and feel
ourselves none the poorer.
lias not a good Providence made
us stewards ol His bounty for this
greatest of all crisis for the salva
tion of many millions of our fellow
men in the far-away country ol a
great and friendly powcr'r
lhat America will respond iu a
signal manner who can doubt? Al
ready the City of Brotheny Love
has sent forth one steamship on its
errand of mercy, and another will
sail from New York in a few days.
But still our ships must go in like
manner, that the millions of out
stretched hands may not wait in
The farmers, the gardeners, the
fruitgrowers, the dairymen, the
stock-growers of the United States,
are among the most intelligent and
responsive of all our sixty-live mil
lions. They can each give a por
tion, either in kind or for conver
sion into other produce or money,
of all that they have so boutitifuIlT
received. Will P'cy wait for some
miracle, or will they actV
Some, thank God, have ncted al
ready. The farmers' of Iowa, Min
nesota, Xebraska, Kansas, Illinois,
Ohio, and some other states have
moved and are moving. Wheat
md rye Hour, kiln-dried cormuenl,
cured meats, and canned goods
generally are on the way to the sea
board. Hut many cargoes will be
needed ere the wants oftwenty mil
lions are met through all the
months until a new harvest.
'Therefore, whatsoever ye would
that men should do to vou, do y ou
even so unto them." There is no
higher, truer, other law. Its fulfill
ment by Americans will banish the
Ktissiau lamiite and leave it hut a
The railway companies have con
sented to carry car-loads of famine
supplies to the seaboard without
charge; the owners of mills and
kiln-drying houses at Akron, Ohio,
and at Wilmington, Del., are pre
paring corn at almost no cost to the
donor, and when your gifts are
ready, if you have no other preferred
medium, application to the Red
Cross, 7:i2 Fourteenth Street, Wash
ington, will secure printed tags, in
required number, that will direct
them to places of consignment on
Farmers of America; Let your
deeds in this day of calamity be
tully worthy of yourselves, oi tne
matchless riches vou so richly en
joy, of this glorious land so happily
inneriteii, oi tins our sacreu musr
so urgently demanding the glad
service of all who love their f ellow
In the name of all by whom and
ior wnom mis appeal is inaue,
lOHN W. IIOYT,
Chairman of the Russian Famine
Relief Committee of the United
The jury in the Harris-Carruth
case after being out all night
brought in a verdict for if.VKl iu
favor of Harris.
The case of St. John vs. Swauback
was given to the jury lasl night
and they returned a verdict in favor
Win. Smith, of Tipton precinct,
took out his final papers this morn
ing. Oswald Baer vs. Samuel Fleming
is being tried before Judge Chap
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illustrated family Magazine, is now
open. The following splendid priz
ewjwillhe given free to persons
sending in the greatest number of
words made out of the letters con
tained in the words "The Illustrate!
Agriculturist. Ivveryone sending
iu a list of not less than one hun
ilreu words will receive a valuable
present of silverware.
lt kniuU reward IHW In irn,
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f! ' III unit!
I1 1 rK'i vuiii.1 m
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til tallies Kolil wateli
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next a) rl.i -D sllrnr ten utitl iinilriiiil
Ncxi M prizes -so silver tl.-sscrt siioor.i war
rimleil heavy plate
Next wo prizes--mo silver butter illiheseto
"vrntiti il heavy plate
Next fcttl prizes rniiMiNift of heavy plated sllvnr
kettles Imiler dishes, fi ii it baskets, hlseiill
Jar miliar shells hutier knlvs etc. all full
warrant il " iikliiR- nlntiluf tisn splemlul ru
w.irils the valuii of whk-li will uk'iji Kale
This grand literary comgetition
is open to everybody everywhere.
i ne roiiowtng are ine conditions:
1. The words must lie consti tid
ed only from letters in the words.
"The Illustrated Agriculturist" urn!
must be only such words as are
found in Websters unabridged
dictionary, iu the body of the hook
none of the supplement to be used.
2. The words must be written ia
rotation and numbered 1,2, II, and
soon, for facilitating iu dicidino;
;i Letters cannot be used oftener
th.m they npnear in the words, The
Illustrated Agriculturist. For in
stance the word egg cannot be used
as there is but one 'g' in the three
4 The list containing the largest
number of words will be awarded
first jiri.e.aiid so on in order of mer
it. Lach list as is it is received will
be numbered ami if two or more tie
the first received will be awarded
first prize, nnd so on, therefore the
benefit of sending in early will read
ily be seen,
Knch list must be accompanied
by ifl for six mouths subscription
to The Agriculturist.
The following men have kindly
consented to act as Judges: J G Mac
Donald, city clerk, Peterborough,
Canada, ami Coiuodore Calcutt, Pet
Our last competition-Got $1000
prize all right, M M Prandon
ancouver, B. C. Thanks for $.")0)
prize-G W Cunningham Donald B
C. Prize receized O. K. J DDaptic
West superior, Wis. jjtfOO prize ree'd
Thanks -G V Robertson, Toronto;
and :X) others in I'nited States and
This is no lottery -merit only will
onnt. The reimtation fur fiiirnoua
gained by the Agriculturist in the
past is ample guarantee that the
onipelitiou will be conducted in
like manner. Semi Mi ui.im,, f.
full particulars to The Agricultur
ist, Peterborough, Canada.
REWARD FOR BIBLE REACERS
Great Winter Competition of the
Laciios Home Masazlne
tJi Ksrio.NS -Where does the fob
lowing words first nppear iu the
Old testament: "Knowledge" "Wife'
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ing words first appear iu the new
testament: "Judea." Fame" and
W ivliK l,v l'Kl . K8 - K verv week
throughout this great competition
jinzcs win ne distributed as follows
The fust correct answer received
(the postmark date on each letter to
be taken as the date received.jat the
office of the Ladies Home Magazine
( each and every week during-
lHilJ) wil get $200; the second correct
answer. $1(10; the third $."i(l; fourth
a beautiful silver service; fifth, five
o'clock silver service; nnd the next
.TO correct answers get prizes rang
ing from $25 down to $2. Every
fifth correct answer, irrespective of
whether a priz winner or not will
get a special prize. Com
petitors residing in the southern
states as well as other distant
mints, have an equal chance with
those ntarer home as the postmark
will be authority iu every case.
RULES ICach listof answers must
be accompanied by $1 to pay for
six months subscription io one of
the best home magazines iu
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Magazine is well able to carry out
its promises" Peterborough (Caoa
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be sure to receive just what he is
entitled to," Norwood, (Canada)
Register. Money should be sent by
tost office order orregistered letter.
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