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THE FARMERS ALLIANCE : LIN (X U jN NHER. . SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890.
Appointments for Mr. Powers.
John H. ; Powers, the People's jnde
pendent candidate for governor, will
speak at the following places on dates
Osceola Ausust 23d. ' . .
York, " 25th.
: Aurora, " 26th.
David City " 27th.
Ithaca, " 28th.
, Weeping Water 30th.
Lincoln, September 1st.
" 8 to 13th.
" ' 20th.
Other appointments will be made next
MR. KEM'S APPOINTMENTS.
Mr. Kem is now speaking nearly every
day to large croAv d3. He is listened to
with.attention, and never fails to stir up
the enthusiasm of his audiences. His en
gagements in the near future are as fol
At St. Paul, Howard Co., August 25
Near Kearney, Buffalo Co.,
" Lexington, Dawson, '
At Albion, Boone Co., ".,
" Horse Shoe Bend, Dawes, "
" Crawford, (evening,) 4
" Hungerford, Box Butte, Sept
In Sioux County, "
At Chadron, Dawes Co., "
In Sheridan County., "
At Valentine, Cherry Co., "
" Ains worth, Brown Co., "
" Spring View, Keva Paha, "
' . IS.' TUOKNTON,
Ch'm Cong. Com.
Appointments for Mi. Mayberry.
Chas. N. Mayberry will speak at
Red Cloud, August 26th.
Bloomington " 27th.
Indianola, - " 28th.
Arapahoe " 29th.
Holdrege " 30th.
Minden, " 30th, at night.
Lincoln, September 1st.
Appointments for Mr. Dech.
VV. H. Dech, candidate for lieutenant
governor, will be at
Omaha, August 23d,
Ithaca, ' "
Mr. Voldo's Appointments.
August 22d, Bladen, Webster Co.
25th, Nelson, Thayer Co.
" 26th, Hebron,
27th, Strang, Fillmore Co.
28th, Dewitt, Saline Co.
" 29th, Cortland, Gage Co.
, Labor Day, Lincoln.
A Grand Public Celebration.
.The Farmers' Alliances of Lancaster
county will unite with the organized
and unorganized labor of Lincoln to
properly celebrate Labor Day on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1ST, 1890.
The exercises will open with a grand
public parade at 9 a. m. and be con
tinued at Cushman Park throughout
tne day and evening.
Noted speakers from all parts of the
country will address the people. Music,
both vocal and instrumental, and other
entertaining features will add to the
day's pleasures. W. H. Kline, of Chi
cago, president of the U. B. of carpen
ters and joiners of America; Hon. J. H
Powers, president of the Nebraska
State Farmers' Alliance; Morris L.
Wheat, of Iowa, worthy foreman o' the
Knights of Labor; L. J. Palda, of Cedar
Rapids, Bohemian labor orator; Hon.
R. H. Trevellick and many other speak
ers will be present.
Ihe event will exceed in importance
and magnitude all similar demonstra
tions of the past, and all societies and
individuals in sympathy with the pur
poses of the celebration are cordially
invited to participate in all the exer
cises of the day. Reduced rates on all
railroads. By order of
Meeting of Webster County Alliance
Editor Alliance: The next regular
iiiet-uug ui me v t'usiti oouuiy Alliance
will be held at Blue Hill on Saturday,
August 30, 1890. Subordinate Alliances
are entitled to one delegate for every ten
members and major traction, it is tie
sired to then form some arrangement to
protect ourselves from the depredations
of horse thieves, in conjunction with
other counties; also the political com
mitteeman trom each Sub-Alliance wil
meet at same time and place with the
Central Committee of the Independent
party. lours etc.,
II. L. Hovkixs,
Alliance Picnic in Gage County.
A grand picnic of the people's inde
pendent party will be held one mile
north of Udell, in Cjrage county, An?. 28
- 3 : J j. i.i l i . .v i .
Vauuiuaies ou tuts muepenueni iiCKe
will be present.
Preliminary arrangements have been
made for a picnic at Cortland, Gage
county. Mr. voldo will deliver an ad
dress. Candidates on people's ticket
will be present.
J. E. Clark,
J. C. Hetherington.
Harvest Home Picnic.
The Farmers Alliance Harvest Home
picnic will be held in the public park o
Aurora, Hamilton Co., on Tuesday,
August 26th, 1890, at 10 a. m. Among
iuc piummeuL opcaiwcis win ue x resi
dent Powers and Judge McKeighan
Interesting program will be arranged
Every body cordially invited. Come
one come all. Committee.
Highland Alliance Picnic.
Highland Alliance will hold a picnic
at the Meserve Grove, three miles south
west of Cortland, Gage county. Veuier
Voldo and other speakers will be pres
ent. Everybody is invited.
J. II. Evans,
Alliance Picnic at Stella, Richardson
There will be a grand Alliance picnic
atStelU, ia Richardson county, Mon
day, Sept. 1st, 1890.
Able speakers and the candidates on
the independent ticket will be present.
Hon. J. H. Powers has been invited.
T. G. Ferguson.
A picnic will be held at Diel's Grove,
Centerville, Dodge county, on Ihurs
day, August 28. Joseph .Edgerton, In
dependent nominee for attorney gen
eral; U. JH. Jvem, luuepcuucut uumiuw
for member of congress, Third district;
O. E. Hall, master State Grange, will
hi the leading sneakers, while short ad
dresses will Hbe made by others. Two
cornet bands will be m attendance, and
a grand time may be expected. y
(JOHN Ik- V-AiUJL.iiM,
D. C. Westfall,
J. H. Kline,
Knox County Independent Candidates.
For representative, James Cruse, of
Jb or county attorney, z. a. jtiousion,
Bro. N. H. Blackmer, Sec'y of Peoria
"Peoria Alliance is satisfied with our
state ticket, and will stick so tar as l
know. We shall organize thoroughly
and try to carry our township solid for
the farmers and reform."
Mr. Blackner is a trenchant writer,
and we hope to hear from him.
To the Subordinate Alliances of Lan
caster county. At the meeting of the
Farmers' Alliance of Lancaster county,
held on the 4th mst. it was voted that a
special meeting be held on Monday,
August 25th, at 1 p. m.
The secretary wishes to call the at
tention of the Alliances to the necessity
for complete lists of their delegates be
ing forwarded at least one week before
that date. This meeting will perfect
arrangements for the Labor day de
monstrations by the Alliances of the
county. ' u. hull,
I. F. Dale, Sec. Pres.
Sixth District Judicial Convention.
The Judicial convention of the peo
ples independent party of the sixth ju
dicial district is called to meet in the
court house in York on Monday, Aug.
25th, at 4 o'clock p. m., to place in
nomination a candidate for district
judge. The four counties of the dis
trict will each be allowed fourteen, dele
crates. Delegates present will be allow
ed to fill vacancies or cast the fall vote
of their respective counties. No Prox
ies allowed. G. P. Braiim,
Chm. of Com.
Dodge County All Right.
Mafleville, August 15, 1890. This
part of Dodge county is pretty thoreugh
ly organized almost solid lor the peo
nle's ticket. The eastern part of the
county is not organized yec, but pro
spects there are favorable and bright
ening every day. Much interest is
manifested in the sransre and alliance
picnic to be held August 28. If the day
is favorable it will without doubt be the
most rousing celebration Dodge county
ever saw. Yours, etc.,
II. J. GOFFE.
Picnic in Clay County.
A grand basket picnic will be held at
Sutton, Clay county, Saturday, August
30, in the hnest grove in the state, un
der the auspices of the Pleasant Dale
Alliance No. 1291. All are cordially
invited. Good speakers will be in at
tendance to address the audience on
the great independent movement.
Music by the band. Special invitation
is extend ed to the ladies. By order of
The Campaign in Douglas County.
The meeting at Omaha on August 23,
will open the campaign in that city,
and the fight will be kept up until the
polls close November 4th. VV. tL
Dech, candidate for lieutenant gover
nor; J. W. Edgerton, candidate tor et-
torney -general, and others will ad
dress the people, and a great meeting is
Meeting of the Buffalo County Farmers'
The regular meeting of the Farmers'
Alliance will be held at the court house
in Kearney on the 11th day of Septem
ber, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. Business
of importance will be transacted, and a
full attendance is desired.
Peter O'Brien, Secretary.
C. A. Borders, President.
To all Subordinate Alliances of Frontier
The regular session of the Frontier
County Alliance will meet in Stockville
on September 2, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A large delegation is expected, v is-
iting brethren invited.
M. T. Ward, Secretary.
W. E. Palmer, President.
Gosper County Alliance.
Farmers' Alliance of Gosner
county will hold a regular meeting in
Elwood, Saturday Sept, 6, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Every Sub. Alliance in the coun
ty should be represented, and any Alli
ance brother will be heartily welcomed.
W. II. Stone, Sec,
Pleasant View Alliance will give a
picnic at Bayard, Neb., Thursday, Sept.
4th. Prominent speakers will be pres
ent, and good music discourse sweet
harmony. Refreshment on the grounds.
Eyerybody is invited.
By order of committee.
Grand Alliance Picnic.
A grand picnic of people from Fur
nas, Gosper, Phelps and Harlan coun
ties will be held at Rock Falls Resort,
seven miles northeast of Oxford, Fri
day, Aug. 29. All are invited.
W. F. Dale, of Com. .
Gage County Alliance.
Will meet at Odd Fellows hall, Be
atrice, Saturday, September 13. Repre
sentatives from every Subordinate
Alliance is desired.
James C. Hetherington,
We present herewith an
illustration of the badge
which is being made in
Chicago for the Nebraska
Alliance. It is a very
pretty thing, in ihe form of
a scarf or bosom pin. Its color ' gold,
and red, white and blue. It is about
half an inch wide and six-eighths of an
inch long, and is a very neat and orna
mental pin. -
Secretary Thompson will furnish this
badge to Alliances at the rate of $17.50
per 100. Single samples, sent by mail,
20 cents each. "
Alliance Sewing Machines.
State Agent Hartley is now prepared
io iurnisn a mst ciass oewmg Machines
nicely finished, nve drawers, with all
the latest improvements. Price $20,
f . o. b. at Lincoln, 51 tf.
English arid American Names.
. . i ..it.
A donkey m Lngianu is caiicu
moke; in America a i iwgru.
That which is known to American
is a pitcher is called a jug in Eag
The American locomotive becomes
ngine and the conductor is a grard
What Americans call sick the En
glishman call ill; sickness in England
implies nausea and vomiting.
That which Americans call a rxwi
is known as a basin in England, in
England you ask lor a basin of lread
American wheat is called corn and
American corn is called maize, or
sometimes Indian corn, rigs' leet
are called trotters.
The American druggist is called a
chemist in England, many of the old
practitioners retaining the old Bpell-ing--$hymist."
i . '
What is known as a hash in Eng
land Americans call a stew, and what
Americans call a hash is known as a
mince in England.
That material know to Americans
as canton flannel is in England called
swan's down and American muslin
is known in England as calico.
What Americans call stewing (culi
nary term) the British call simmering.
The American lunch is luncheon in
England, and baggage becomes lug
gage. A "chill" is called a "rigor," and
the eruption commonly known
among Americans as "hives" is in
England known as "nettle rash."
Candv is variously known as
"sweets," "sweetmeats" an "lolly."
What Americans call a telegram is
in England called a telegraph; it will
probably never be determined which
of these usages is the better. The
American postal card is a post card
in England, cuffs become wrists.
How It Looked.
It is the all but universal custom
among the fashionable ladies of Ven
ice of the present day to smoke ci
garettes, both when alone and in com
pany. The hostess at a ball among
the nobility receives her guests with a
cigarette between her fingers, and
all the fair dames smoke in the
pauses of the dance.
The wife of the son of Robert
Browning, an American lady, create
ed a profound sensation in Venetian
society bv declaring that she would
not invite ladies to smoke at her
house, and the little daughter of an
other American lady unconsciously
uttered a severe criticism upor. the
The mother was visiting an Jtal
ian woman of title, and in her honor
a ball was given in the palace ot the
hostess. The little girl, who wfl a 6
vears old, was taken by her nurse
from her bed to a gallery where she
could look down into the ball room
after the company had assembled.
She looked at the brilliant sight for
a moment m silence and then asked
In much wonder:
"Where are the ladies?"
"Why, the hall is full of them' an
swered the nurse.
"Oh, no," said the child, "all those
women but momma are smoking."
i outh's Companion.
What Whales Eat
The surface waters in the fiull
Stream teem with minute life ci al
kinds. There the younsr of larger
animals exist, microscopic in size
and adult animals, which never grow
large enough to be plainly visible to
the naked eye, occur in immense
quantities. By dragging a fine silk
net behind the vessel, these minute
forms are easily taken; and, when
placed in glass dishes, millions un
counted are swimming backward and
forward. When looked at through
a microscope we see young jelly
fishes, the young of barnacles, crabs
and shrimps, besides the adult mi
croscopic species, which are very abun
dant. The toothless whale finds in
these his only food. Rusning
through the water, with mouth wide
open, by means of his whalebone
strainers the minute forms are sep
arated from the water. Swallowing
those obtained after a short period
of straining he repeats the operation.
The abundance of this kind of life can
be judged from the fact that nearly
all kinds of whale exist exclusively
upon these animals, most of them so
small that they are not noticed on
the surface. Popular Science Monthly-
Parliament Houses Crumbling,
The British parliament houssii are
crumbling to pieces so fast that there
is constant danger of some portion
of the buildings toppling dowti on
the members. Parts of the front of
St. Stephen's have had to be entirely
refaced because of the wearing :vay
of the soft stone. A few days ago
a heavy piece of a stone heraldic ani
mal suddenly fell close to the entrance
to Westminster hall in Old Palace
yard a means of entrance to the
house which is largely favored. But
a few days before a portion of the
ornamental stonework fell close to
the members' entrance itself, and an
other heavy piece fell on the pave
ment of New Palace yard not a month
ego. Chicago Tribune-
Chicago Street Scene.
Peter Lvnch was awardea a ver
dict for $485 in his suit before Judge
McConnell against the 'Chicago Lum
ber company for $1,500. Lynch has
an extensive cabbage patch near the
corner of Ashland avenue and Thirty-
fifth street. Immediately nortV is
the lumber company's planing mill.
He claims that in the summtf oi
1883 the defendants heaped a huge
pile of shavings behind their anil,
and the wind distributed them over
hismbbages. The crop of 1883 was
buried out of sight and ruined, xvhile,
Lynch says, the ground was so pois
oned by the shavings that it wu im
productive all the following yt?HT.
Crop Reports. - - - .
HARLAX COUNT V.
' : '-Mascot, August ll.'isyo
The hot winds with the dry weather
ave almocn destroyed the corn .crop.
There vi!f be sc;ne corn ' in the north
east par! of this (Spring Grove) town
ship; it -.is ,fl!mftt a failure elsewhere.
There is some wheat, but , a great ileal:
of the wheat was never cut. Oats an
entire failure'.- Potatoes and all other
vegetables almost an entire failure.
Ihe drouth was broken by a refresh
ing rain on the 13th, but too late to do
ninch good, only for fall pasture.
11. it . I c..1
-x ne Alliances wwe uui in imi Torce
at Oxford yesterday to hear Mr. Voldo
speak. We heard a good speech Cloe
attention was pant to all he said by the
arge crowd in attendance, boners by
Spring Grove and Laurel Hill Alliances
jointly. Our Alliance will support the
people s ticket from top io bottom.
It. 11. HIKASHEll.
THAYER COUNTY. ,
Byron. Neb-, Aug. 18, 1890.
The crops in this part of Thayer Co.
are almost a failure, especially corn,
hay and j vegetables. There are hun
dreds of acres of corn that will not
make a bushel to the acre. A great
many are cutting corn and feeding their
stock, pastures either being burned or
eaten out. Wheat is threshing from 10
to m bushels: oats 12i to 24 bu.. and
llax from 5 to 7bu. per acre. Altogether
Lue ouiiooK is vei v discouraging.
, Yours fraternally,
, , ; . 1. 11. Page.
August 12. Wheat about a usual
crop, 100 per cent; corn, 25; oats, 80;
potatoes, 30; rye, 75; hayr 40; pastures,
50. Been very dry. April 2, 1 inch
rain; June 15, 1 inch; July 14, H inches,
which constitutes the rain for the sea
son, except occasional showers of from
to t-lG of an Inch, which did little
more thau settle the dust. Some pieces
corn dried up. Garden truck very
scarce. W. J. Meader,
Sec. Alliance No. 952.
August 14, 1890. Not much wheat.
What there is yields from 10 to 25 bush
els per acre; oats, 18 to 30; rve, none;
barley, not very much sown last spring;
not any threshed yet; corn will prob
ably yield 25 bushels; hay is scarce.
C. W. KNICELY'S
241 South nth St.
Just Removed from
where they have better facilities for doing a Strictly Cash Business, and as we
have always had a large Fermers' trade, we still court more of it, and will
make farmers at a distance extra inducements if they will trust us with their
oraers. Airmail orders will be ruled promptly and with just as much care
as though you were present. We carry a FULL AND
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES,
Hardware, Stoves. Tinware and Queensware. I will always endeavor to
meet anv and all honorable competition. I can sell you for this week,
, 15 lb Granulated Sugar $1 00. 16, 17, and iSlbs C Sugar, i.oo.
Teas from 20c to 75c per lb;
soaps o ana 7 liars tor 25c. HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE
AT WAY DOWN CASH PRICES.
Call and see, us or send in your
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TAKE CARE HOW YOU
There are other matters as important to you
as railroad votes. It
too much for your Fall Supplies you will not
act wisely. This you are liable to do unless
A special 10 per cent, discount cuts no fig
ure when deducted from a full price. What
you want is full value for what you pay Cowect
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Largest and most complete stock of Teas, Cof
fees and Spices in the west. .
at prices quoted by State Agent's price list on
all mail orders sent by secretaries or busi-
Save 25 per cent on
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Editor Alliance: The crop
Oats look in this vicinity is very poor.
are short and light, and yield from ten
to twenty-five bushels to the acre.
Wheat is about an average crop. Flax
yields from three to eight bushels to the
acre. Corn in the northern part of this
county is too dry for fodder. In the
southern part corn will make one-hflf
crop if we get a sufficient amount of
rain soon. Potatoes are nearly a total
failure. Gardens . will not amount to
HALL COUNTY. ,
Editor Alliance: -The wheat crop
is about an average crop, as the dry
weather did not have time to injure it.
The corn and oats are nearly a total
failure as near as I know all through
the countv. But if we get steady rains
from now on we will get about one
third of a crop in some places. The
potato crop is a total failure, hardly
any to be had. This includes all of the
western portion and nearly all in gen
eral of Hall county.
- . T. P. Sermody.
Wheat good, yield from 10 to 30 bush
els, oualitv good. Oats, yield from 20
I to 35 bushels, quality good; one yield
' i! m 1 1 1. . .1 , . 1
by hail. Corn about up to the average;
expected yield from 10 to 50 bushels;
some fields will probably yield 60 to 70
bushels; not much damaged by drouth;
much corn will be late and liable to in
jury from early frosts. Potatoes, poor;
one-half of the fields a total failure.
Fruit, best crop ever known here.
H. J. GOFFE,
Sec. Alliance No. 1139.
Rockville, Aug. 11, 1890.
Ed. Alliance: Wheat on .early fall
plowing a fair crop; on other ground
from 6 to 10 bu. per acre. Oats from
10 to 25 bu. Flax very poor. Com al
most a total failure, about one-half the
fields won't yield a bushel to the acre,
while the remainder will yield but very
little. Yours truly.
E. LeKettell, Sec. Co. Alliance.
Eustis, Neb., Aug. 11, 1890.
Editor Alliance: Wheat 2 to 5 bu.
per acre; flax 2 to 4 bushels; corn none;
oats none; potatoes very few.
Chas. F. Say, Sec. 787.
North of Farmers' Alliance.
Neb. to 241 South nth St., Lincoln,
Coffee from, 25 to 35c. Good Laundry
mailorders. Remember we are next
Headquarters 241 South nth St.,
(iotf) . C. W. KNICELY.
Gallery in the State.
All Work in the
2263 tith street.
T. YVV TOWNSEND, Proprietor.
SPEND YODR MONET.
vou uav 25 Per Cent.
you call at
One Price to All.
Groceries, and 50 per
and Spices by ordering
of Teas mailed on appli
CO., 1207 O Street, Lincoln.
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Oldest and most complete Music
House in Uie state, display
ing leading and first-class
PIANOS and ORGANS.
A full line of Violins, Accordeons, and Mu
sical Merchandise. Sheet Musio and Music
Books. Agent for celebrated makes of
Brass Instruments . The Alliance can sar
from 15 to '20 per cent. Special Terms to
Clubs. Correspondence or a call solicited.
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TXJ2 SLA.'vS NO AGENTS.
Writ for fail Catalogue gent nun.
H. R. EAGLE & CO.,
FernxrV Whclesala Supply IIcujo,
CO WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
25 Million Nursery
Grown Forest Tree
NniMntl. Deal direct With CUSotnm. Kara
commission middle-men. tfend for price list.
Also GENERAL NURSERY Stock.
ROBERT W. FURNAS,
W D. NICHOLS
GENERAL DEALER IN
Have inn:: Fine Bargains in Improved
Lots For Sale In Every Addition in the City.
OFF1CK, 605COU11T8T. TELE. K2. Wtt
MACNUCRY MfcNUf kCTUMlS.
lallioml I ru" Utt laolm, r.nciw, .!.,
iu Mill. I'imi. Km rl!wdli,
.tiuwwir. Krih strata, l.t.r
PATton tjuaiiTv wMfr; wt..i.vTr.
The AMrrlraa Wrtl Wart..
it a is .
HIS Tim t..
GEO. A. BELL.
0. W. MCCOY.
8. F. McCOY.
Bell Shelly & McCoy
(Successors to Bell & Co.)
Boom 39 Exchange Building. Cash Advajaeva
references ask yodr bank.
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
"W" C"" IEI. 3SI 3
CHA'S KEIDHART, Proprietor.
618 EAST COURT STREET, N. E. OF
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS.
HKAD-STONE8, TABLETS, VAULTS,
SARCOPHAGI, & CEMETERY
WORK OF ALL KINDS. 90tC
Branch Yards, Brown ville and Rock Port, Ma.
Eleventh St. Brnggisls
Dealers in Drujrs, Medicines, Toilet Arti
cles and Druggists Sundries. All kinds of
Paints, Oils and Colors.
PURE DRUGS. LOW
237 SOUTH 11th STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
Tw o doors north of The Farmers A Wane.
Refurnished & Refitted.
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
Popular Rates. $1.50 and
$2.00 per day. NO BAR.
ARTISTIC . PORTRAITS.
J. THORP & Co.,
Rubber Stamps, S?als,
Stencils, Badges and
I.IM ULN fKt
a hhtttct or rESMASsiur,
Shorthand, and Typewriting-, U th beat nd Urmt
College la the West. X Students in atutmliuio laoi
year. Studenta prepared for feuftlneea In t rm 9 to
months. Experienced faculty. Personal InntruoUoa .
Beautiful Illustrated catalogue, eolletfe Jouraaln. n
specimens of penmanship, aent free by dilnaiig
UIXIBKIDGK ft ROOSE. Lincoln. Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Oh farms In eastern Nebraska and improved
property In Lincoln for a term of yeara.
Lowest Current Rates.
B. E. & T. W. MOORE,
Corner 11th & O Streets. Lincoln.
H. C. STOLL,
shire and Re
HotiH. ytif action trusrHiiUl In al) aaiic
P.O. Aii', BEATRICE, NKH
mmm a mw mm
'mVmtmm i !! I ' i mTmmlmtm, fl
Automatic MriRd-MW I
Rormlator i ; V?
Tkrwi Bill tat f T-
gwr wsai tank is ftUl; iirta rmr
vaMr uwars in uok. CkMf. ci?
dunbl and MtitiTa but far imcr.r-
I n I I II '1 :: ..'vVr'Tt
v,l.rvt t'&rMhS The Most Impnm
wl'Pml ed Breeds of Potan4
W'm . White. Small York-
I k ft
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ttTsOmkra Itom, p. g. TALLER DAY,
, Poplar Grove, DL
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