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H03IE, FAIUI AND (1AIUHN.
Grained wood should bo washed
with colli toa.
Cut hot bread or enko with ti hot
knifo, and it will not bo dummy.
In dropping medioino plaeo the
handlo of tho spoon between the leaves
of a book.
Moat can beprovented from scorch
ing, during tho masting process, by
simply placing a basin or cup of water
in the oven. Tho steam generated not
only prevents scorching, but makes tho
meat cook nicer.
A good way to cook liver is to fry
it in butter, with an onion cut in small
pieces scattered over it. Cook slowly;
when done add a lump of butter and a
little Hour; stir well, and turn over tho
liver. Servo with Saratoga potatoes.
, For general purposes on the farm,
castor-oiK with a little korosono added,
is tho best lubricator and preserver,
lor saws, mowers, buggies, etc., it fur
nishes more body, with loss gum, than
most oil. Tho amount of kerosene, if
any, to bo added, must bo governed by
tho purpose for which it is designed.
Drying Umbrellas. Most people
dry their umbrellas handlo upward.
This concentrates the moisture at tho
tip, where it is dose, rusts the wires
which secure the stretchers, and rots
the silk. After the umbrella is drained,
it is better to invert handle down, ami
dry it in that position, or, better still,
not to spread it open, as nothing so
quickly spoils its shape.
Apple Cheese-Cakes. Take ono
pound of apples, boiled and pulped
through a sieve, one pound powdered
white sugar, tho juice ami grated rinds
of three Targe fresh lemons, and font
egH well beaten. Mix these ingredi
ents carofuliy, and put them into a
saucepan in which you have a quartoi
of a pound of fresh butter melted. Stir
it constantly over a slow fire for half an
hour, and let it cool. Line pie dishes
with fine pull' paste, pour in the apple
mixture, and bake, without upper crust,
in a quick ovon. Sprinkle with pow
dered sugar, and serve when perfectly
Very Fine Currant Jelly. An
equal quantity of white and red cur
rants free from steins, leaves and dirt.
Put into a white porcolain kettle
with a very little water, just
enough to keep the fruit lrom burn
ing at first. Boil twenty minutes.
Do not crush tho fruit. Pour into a
clean jelly-bag. Hang whore the juico
can run through, but do not touch 01
squuozo tho b.ig. To each pint of this
clear liquor add a pound of loaf sugar
and boil in tho cleansed porcelain kettle
twonty-livo minutes. Pass through an
other jelly-bag and pour into glasses.
The bags can be well pressed out aftor--v
ward and the juico therefrom made into
'an inferior jelly.
An ant bed on the lawn may be de
stroyed with hot water; stir up the bed
and'pouron boiling water; by pouri.i
on strong brine they may bo driven
away, but as the' might take up quar
ters as objectionable, it is always best
to destroy them. When the bed is far
enough from the house, and in a posi
tion to admit of it, they may be de
stroyed by building a liio around thorn,
and wlicu hot enough, with a hoe dig
tho bed up and thus burn them; when
the bed is well dug out lill the hole
with coals; in this way wo have de
stroyed large beds; but near a dwelling
hot water is the best, though it may re
quire several gallons to make a sure
thing of it. The small red ant's nest is
easily destroyed in this wav, but large
ones, being at a considerable distance
bolow tno surface, must bo so dug up
as to let the hot water to tho bottom
before it cools. Massachusetts Hough
man. (J nod Summer Drink.
Hits of cracked ice in a pitcher of
water, wlien and whero good, cool
spring water cannot be had. Iced tea,
with slices of loiuon cut in; no sugar is
needed, and no milk need be used.
Coll'ee, ice cold, can bo prepared in tho
same manner. Milk set on ice is good.
Sour buttermilk, sweetened with nut
meg grated in for those who like it, is
A Good Stnuvbory Sherbet. Crush
one quart ripe berries, add the juico of
- a lemon, two teaspoonfuls orange-llow-
or water, and tnreo pints water. Let
them stand several hours, then strain
over three-quarters pound sugar. Set
in ice an hour or two before using.
Soda Water. Take four pounds of
I'olleo sugar, three pints water, three
or four grated nutmogs, ono ounce gum
arabiu, flavor to suit, and well beaten
whites of ten eggs. Mi and heat over
a slow lire a halt hour. Take from the
lire and strain, and divide into two
parts. Put into one part eight ounces
bicarbonate soda, hub the other six
ounces tartaric acid. Shake well.
When cold put in three or four spoon
fuls from each into separate glasses a
third full of water, stir and pour to
gether. Another ounce tartaric acid,
one ounce bicarbonate soda, dividoeach
into twenty-four parts. Dissolve in a
tumbler half lilled with water, aud the
acid and drink while oHeiveseing.
Koot Deer. Sarsaparilla root and
sassafras bark and wintorgroon, equal
quantities, somo hops. Doil in wuter
until the strength is extracted. To
every threo gallons of liquor add one
quart molasses and a cup of yeat.
Strain and bottle. It will bo good for
uso in two or three days.
Mead. Ono part honey, threo parts
boiling wator, llavor with spi- es, add a
littlo ground malt, a piece of toast, and
a small cup of j east. Allow the wholo
Limes, lomons and citric acids aro
invaluable in preparing summer drinks.
In lieu of them, tho pressed juice from
acid berries can sometimes be used.
Christian 'd Work.
The losqiilto in I'nlanil.
Hovo it niu-t be observed that mos
quitoes are especially hard on two sorts
of people. Young ladies and children,
and many men, they sting till the vic
tims aro all covered with blisters and
in danger of erysipelas. This is pretty
bad. but we think the nervous persons,
whom mosquitoes sting little, but keep
awake with their buzzing, aro even
moro to be pitied. They find the mos
quito's bark worse than his bito. Tho
latter may not mark or hurt them much;
it is a question of constitution; and
there aro people with whom the bite
docs not "tn-o," as they say of vacci
nation. Hut they sutler all night long
from tho shrill, persistent noise of tho
mosquito's trunipet. ' At tho first warn
ing they leap up, light a candle, take
it into bed, aud try to catch the in
truder. No ono can guess how difficult
this is. You soOn llnd the mosquito on
tlio curtain, whore ho lies apparently
asleep. Very eautiousU you stalk him",
your hand Is just over him, and jus
tico is about to bo done, when
tho vicious creature llios away and
amuses himself in mid-air. Presently
he settles, and tho ohaso begins ajrain,
till the hunter sets lire to tho flimsy
curtains, and has quite enough work to
do in extinguishing the lire. After that
mosquitoes come and go as they please,
without let or himfrancc, and day
dawns on a feverish and frantic man,
who has only bagged two or three of
his innumerable enemies. Late in tho
morning mosquitoes sloop, overcoino
with triumph aud the refreshment which
they have snatched from their enemy.
Tliey may now bo killed, and it is curi
ous to see -as any ono who crushes
them will see iiow much of man's vital
fluid ono mosquito can absorb. They
who aro fortunately inexperienced in
tiio wins of mosquitoes will now under
stand that tho insect is one of the great
est plagues that nature tolerates. There
arc more dangerous Hies though the
mosquito's bito is sometimes poisonous
and sevoro but there is no more irri
tating creature in tho world than tho
Hitherto the absenco of Hies that
bito has been ono of England's greatest
charms. No other country in our
latitude is so free from thorn. Norway
and Sweden su Her oven mure than tho
south from mosquitoes. The mild
Bulgarian dreads them, and there is a
ghastly story of a drunken Bulgarian
who tied up his wife in a mosquito trap.
The poor woman was bitten to death,
and her husband observed in tho morn
ing that he had sullered almost as much
as if he had not thought of his savage
expedient. Greece is, perhaps, more
remarkable for the insect "whence is
derived tho verb 'to lleo' " than for
mosquitoes; and tho same remark
holds good of tho Baden contingent.
None of the countless snakes of America
or India cause more trouble, whim tho
host of minor miseries is added up,
than luor.quitoes do. If they have real
ly settled iu London wo may expect
them to keep pretty near the river, and
gonerally in tho damper and less de
sirable parts ot the town. Our winters
must kill them, or most of them, or so
at least wo might expect it the ex
perience of Norway with its far harder
winters did not look the other way. If
they do ellout a settlement, there is no
help but to encourage trade by inv eat
ing in mosquito curtains. Tho Ameri
can humorist's plan is to got into bed,
wait till all the mosquitoes have enter
ed the curtains, and then rapidly bolt
out, shutting up the mosquitoes behind.
Sloop may then be obtained in an arm
chair or on a sofa. Perhaps we may
all soon have occasion to try both ways
of ovading mosquitoes. London News.
Brothers Meet A Her Many Years,
Mrs. Deborah Button, a widow of
North Adams, is the mother of seven
children, who all lived to maturity, tho
lirst death occurring a short time ago.
On tho day of the fnneral two gentle
men stepped from a Troy and Boston
train and wended their way together to
tho house of mourning. Total strangers
to each other, these two gentlemen
walked in company to their mother's
door, there to be introduced to each
other as own brothers. They had been
living only twenty-six miles apart, but
had not met in twenty-nine years, ami
no ill-feolinir had ever existed between
them. Tlioo gentlemen worJi Dennis
Button, a farmer of Hooaick, aud Levi
Button, saluiiuan in a wholesale cloth
ing establishment at Albany. Troy
(N. V.) Tiuus.
A fair young German maiden was
urraigned before the District Court of
Dortmund for stealing a watch from a
youthful handicraftsman of that city.
The person she had robbed proved to
be her own alliancod lover, who, upon
discoNor.ng his loss, had forthwith noti
liod it to the Dortmund policu, without
the faintest notion that the theft had
been committed by his betrothed bride.
Investigation resulted in the discovery
ot the stolen property in a pawnbroker's
shop, whore tho damsel had pledged it
for a trining sum. When brought to
trial she avowed her guilt with many
tears and sobs, alleging that, unable to
purchase her wuddiuir dross, and being
ashamed to coiife-s her povoity to hor
future husband, she had purloined his
wat h with the object of realizing a
sullicient amount by its hypothecation to
oquip herself deeontly. It is pleasant
to know that this piteous cont'e-sion was
responded to iu a gallant and magnani
mous spirit by the despoiled br.de
grooni, who declined that "the prisoner
was and over would bo his only love,
and that ho would marry her out of
hand if tho iludgo womd consent to sot
her at liberty." Without a minute's
delav, the tribuiril annulled the ar
raignment, an I the generous lover car
ried oil' iiis liberated larcenbt in triumph.
A Condensed Novel from n I'orthcom
. iug Catalogue List.
The' following Is a paragraph from tho
forthcoming uow edition of Poole's In
dex to Periodical Literature, contain
ing Iho titles beginning How I but
omitting the reforoncos. ltls a curious
illustration of tho 'ingenuity displayed
by writers of magazine stories in tho
selection of titles. Tho titles aro hero
given iu proper alphabetical order ex
cepting tlio last, which is placed at tho
end to give tho story a fitting conclu
sion: How 1 becamo an Egyptian bocamo
a pagan beoatno a yeoman came to
be married caino to ho a manager
came to bo a sloven eaino to liko dia
mondscaught my firstsalmon- -caught
my first trout courted Lulu discount
ed my bill fought my lirst duel
gained a wife and fell into a fortune
got cured of consumption -got my cork
legs got the pirate's treasure -got
rich against my will heard my own
will read -killed a cariboo -lost tho
county lost my uncle's property mar
ried to escape being hanged met my
fate quitted Naples sahod tho Flying
Scud sot about paying my debts - shot
my lirst snipe -spent mv holiday in
town - stood for tho Hallnmshiro "bor
ough was rusticated from Cambridge
was tracked by trappers -went to
tho bar -went to court went to tho
loveo- wont to sea won Polly and a
Posttnastership won a wife wrote a
novel, and how I llvo now and with
According to tho New York j1i7,
women of tasto wear but ono bungle,
and that of exquisite workmanship;
this slender band of gold is set with
stones iu gypsy style. The onds of tho
oraceiei (to not meet, uut lap, and aro
twined with a gold cord set with
Million In II.
For the past twelve months I have hern
suffering it It Iiifliimmatory rliouiniitlsui,
often bciujj confined to bed for several days.
1 tried sovcrul pliyblcluns, but they failed to
relieve me. About Hoven weeks agon friend
who had suffered with tliepninodIbea.se, rec
ommended me to try St. .heoba OIL I at
ouco procured a half dozen bottles, which I
liavo used, nud find that I am improving all
tho time. It relieves me at oneo when 1 am
suffering terrible pain, and prevents mo
from spending many sleepless nights. 1 take
great pleasure iu recommending it to those
who are suffering with rheumatism and
similar complaints as the best remedy that
ean ho liud. Nothing has donu me so much
good, and as It only costs iifty cents a bottle,
all can try It.
J. D. Ai.kxaxdkk, A'lii'or "iVu,"
A Sunday-school picnic manager ex
plained that he did not make the lemonade
sour because the children had milk for
breakfast, and ho was afraid to make them
A I.mly'K Wish.
" Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft a yours," said u lady toher friend.
" You can easily make it so," answered tho
friend. " How'?" inquired the first lady.
" By using Hop Bit 'ere, that makes pure
rich blood uud blooming health, ft did It
for me as you observe." Head of it. Cairo
Tin: Norrlstown IfrraUt defines a city beor
garden a Two trees, a 7x0 llower bed,
kaventeen benches and six waiters. In a
majority of cased trees and llower beds aro
Kidnkv-Wokt h a remedy which removed
foul humors from the blood, and creates
healthy uctlon In every organ. Torpid kid
neys and liver lead to gravel, diabetes, con
stipation, iiiles mid rheumatism. Kidney
Wort is the burest and safest remedy to iue.
ltocky Mountain iewt.
Hats, cats, mice, ants, Hies, insects, cleared
out by "Bough on Kuts" 15c, druggists.
Bnnnixo's Kussia Sai.vk is the universal
remedy for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc.
Lioiit coi.oiiimi or yellow Axle Grease soon
wears oft, Uut Hib genuine Fruzer.
DltvwiN'O from nature Pulling a tooth.
Oni: swallow does not make a .summer,
' biit, " says Suit kins, "It imparts u pleas
A Chicago widower selected his second
wife for the size of her feet. She wears men'
eights, and he rightlv Judged that she would
be a great homo-body.
Tn i kty New York ladles start next month
for a four months' tour In lCuropo. They
will take a deaf and dumli man along as a
protection to the limn. ''" Tribune.
L.wi year the Pittsburgh glnss factories
made Wl.dUJ.KU wot th of glassware. Ami
during that tliiio we had, at different peri
ods, ttireo hired girls m our kitchen who
oroke Just about $U1:,-1GI worth of the entire
product, aud would have smashed more if
our credit at the china stores hadn't gicn
int Just as we got down to the even millions.
Tiinnnls a difference between tho lips of
x young man and tho lip- of a young lady
but sbmc'Me.s It is a mighty small one.
A man's taste becomes rapidly depraved
by cil associations. He lii-i-s ills sone of
the pure and the beautiful and the good; ho
"liters upon ii descending plane of morality,
mil, falling from low to lower, tiuds all his
hlglu r sensibilities blunted, his moral ua
lure beiiiiiiiUed, until ai last lie ean even sit
Jo wn in (ho face of mankind and eat rhu
barb pie without ashudihr. Then lie is
ost.1 liurUnyion lltiwkeyt.
Tmuti: aro no printers iu the Texas I'eni
.entiary t lluutsvllle, notwithstanding that
.1 in ru easy to get proof in liu cau of a
pi Inter. J 'txab h'jimji.
Tin: new telephone! has an Induct Ion coll
villi a resistance of Iho thiliMiuil Inns,
How Hltlo our ancestors thought of such
.hlngs! Alas! rhoy lived in an age when
)hm were undreamed of. If they hud mot
in ohm on .Main .Street In bio id tlitj light
.hoj novor would liavo recogind It. Jtwk
A miii ii-uuT Flour-washers.
Ir afflicted with Soro Eyo, me Dr. Innac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. Va
WOMAN'S' TRIUMPH! I
MRS. LYQIA E. P1NKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tim I'onlttvp Curo
for all those I'nlnrul Complaints unit WrnlnrMC
orummon lo our brut fcnmle population.
It will cure entirely tlio worst form of Female Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcere,
lion, Knlllntr Mid Il4iUrvmpntii, midtlm rntiKoqupnl
Spinal WcaknrM, aud la Jwrtlculi y adapted to th
Change of l.lfo.
It will dlmolvo and f ipol tumori f rom tho iitoruii In
an early itnee of development. Tho tendency to can,
ceroui humorc thero Ii checked yitj ipoodlly hy Itn uso.
It remorea falntncM, flatulency, drstroyfiull craTliiK
foratlmulanta, and rcllTpa weakheft of thn ttomach.
It cures Hlontlnif, lleadnches, Nervous I'ront ration,
General Debility, 81ceplciieM, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feellnjf of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always jci mancmly cured, hy Its uo.
It nllt at all times and under all clrcunittnuccii act In
liarmonr with tho laws that govern Iho female system.
Kortlia cure of Kidney Complaint of cither mi this
Compound Is unsurps.wed.
1.YIHA i:. l'lNU-IIAYt'H VEOl'.TAIIU: COM.
rOUMHt prepnnxl at KI3 nnd 235 Western Avonue,
Lynn, Maui. 1'ricoll. Hlibotlosfor5. Bent hy mall
Iu the form of pills, also In tho form of loicni?es, on
receipt of prlco, $1 per box for either. Mrs. rinkham
freoly answers nil letters of Inquiry. Hend for ainpli
lot. Address as abovn. Mention tlili iijr.
No family should bo without LYDIA K. l'lNKHAM'S
UVKIl I'lUA Thoy curo constipation, biliousness,
nd torpidity ot tho liver. 25 cents nor box.
Sold by MORRISON. PLUMMER k CO., Chicago, HI.
roit mam: hy iiicuuointm.
apox. OlxiXlw nnd JJ'o-trov
AND ALL DISEASES
Caused Iiy Mitlurlul I'oUiiiiIiik of tliu lllood.
A WAKHANT13D OUUK.
Price, Sl.OO. ForsalebyalinriijxtMt.
WELL BOR.INGand bock
mSLeWrK NV 81 "a&TtM. ;
Dr. MUTTAUIl'S IU3AIAOIIK YITXJt curo moat vronilnrfully In n very
hort ttino both SICK mill NEKVOUH lIKAnACIIIJt n"l wlillo iictlnr on
tli iirn-oiiH Nyntoin, cloiuiHO tlio atoimicli of oxcobh of Iillu, pruduolut; uv
regular livultliy uctlon of tbo bowels.
A full l7.o bor of tliKao viilimblo VJ1AJS, with full direction for u roni
vilnto euro, miilliul to imy nUilrnaH on rncolnt of nluo tbrno-cont postage
HtumpH. lror aule by nil drucKtsts at SOc. Holo l'roprlotorn,
MIIO'WH' OlUSaaCAX, C0M1ANY, IJalUmoro, Md.
t3r --- t
i VMK ''J-trM ff"A " r4 1
6-Ton Wagon Scale, $60, Freight Paid.
.IONKH, Mi: I'ATN TIIK FltHIOIIT.
Ilrsjwi lleam. Iron U'vers, bteel llcurliiK, WearliiKt, Knife Kdtrrs and Plvou TIIK IIKST SC ALK MADK.
W' mean It nud wurrunt every Smlc live jcars For Free Iloolc on beaies addtcsa
bom:s of itt;.iino, itB.jiAT).. . v.
Vftf A ftl T B? r & I Ph IT" Bil
IT. ".!" T..r ii'lBiLBCHI
mt'iiiB iiir mil " " mw-
Ur, LilUUT on tUe
School Tea liuit hludiuts, ounifinen and Ijidlea aet
Iiikss i;ii,ts for Ililn lf,ik arnmakliiirotrr IKKiu month
Sells fa ,t One aRunl st.ld Jlllrst ndms aimlher 461n I
days another 11 In onu day auuiher 16 and f lllhles in)
duvs Seeiiie tei .,t .iy ,,1111'k Aw atfeius ttaiitcil lor
the heit Ili'.ilnitwl liunstd Nmv Tiwtanieiit arul fur the
llnest Family Ulblut uvui Mild hy aut ma Hi ml for Ur
'" ,J,W ZIEOtER CO,, ,.
ISO E, Adams St., Chicago, III.
LadvAp'Pills f n" seuire pertnnnent mplovmenl
NUti-t nnd Miirl.lnKNiiiiii I'll-!','. :iii,iiroiHM
J-iti. AdUrtba tjiiccu City SiinpoiKlei Co., Cm . U.
nectnse It action the I.IVEtl, IHWEI.S
iiui KlllNtiYS nt tlio same time.
TJeoausa It cleanses Uie system of Uiepolson I
ous humom that develop in Kldnsy nnd Urt I
nary Dlseasss, Biliousness, Jaundice, ConsU.
patlou, Piles, or in niieumatlsm, Nouralfla,!
Nervous Dliordors and Fetualo Complaints.
BHH WHAT TEOrr.n BAY
Knireno II. fltorL-. of Junction Cltv. Kansas. I
stclans hnd been tiylnir for fouryears.
, Jlrs. John Aniall.of Waihlnuton, Ohio, say;
lirrboy wnsKlvriuiptnille by foni" liromlnent I
Physician ami that ho was aftcl wardv cured by I
vi t n ,..... tiH ... ..ii.-i.. .i. .-.i.... m.Ia
says ho wa lint eipeeled to live, hchik' liloatedl
.ii, iiuiitiii. nil imiii ur ill iiiniiiuiia vinv,
beyond belief, but Kidney Woi t cured film.
Anna t Jnrtctt of Hmitli Halrm, N. Y,, says
thatseven years sutlerliiK from kidney troubles
snu oiner complications was enueii oy mu use oi
muiiey iv on.
Jnhnn. Ijiwreneeof Jackson. Tenn.. suffered
for wars from liver and klilnev troubles ami
after taklnc "barrels of other medicines,"
LI.I..A lf... ...A. I. I.ll.. H.ll
IXIMIIl'J IIUIIKIHUVIIIIll T..-1I.
sufWrdelKhtycaie with klilnev dlniculty audi
was iinahla to woik. Kidney Wort made hluil
"wen as o tor
Constinntlon nnd Piles.
I frit, la nut tin In Drr Vearelubla Farm tn
tin cans, ona luicknira of which makes sti nuarts
of medicine. Also In Liquid Form, very Con
centrated, for thoso that cannot uadlly pre
ir Itact$trtth equal tflcltncv tn tlther form.
UKT IT ATTI1K DMJaUlSTfl. PRICK, tM.OO
WKI.T.S, ItKMIAlUISON A Co., Prop's,
I (Wilt send tho dry post-paid.) rtUtl.tlflTOH, TT. I
ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
S. W. Cor. Stnto nnd Monroo Sts.
School of Drawing and Painting.
This Art School Is now In full progress, and Pupils
may I'Mi'rut nnj llmi' Inilructtun Is glirn nuulnrly
In limn Iiik from the Mnt, tin AnU'iur. nud from i.lfc.
IVmprctlw', ('Injun nnd Cliurmnl Driwiwr, Kinem
inlntiii HkrtrhltiK, l'nlmlniMn oil nnd Y til it Colors,
AltlMIc Anatomy, Pen uud Ink DmwIiiK. uud Ktculnx
'I'mtlon IVi-.82.-S for Thren Months.
Hpcc'liiliirriuiKcniniti fur hui irrti'rni Tin1 tuition fco
Incliiili s mi) ur nil the ulioc brnnrhes, nnd nlinthn usd
of the Helmut Miliary mi Art 'Hi" tent'liers urv:
IIkniin I'. Kl'iiKAiinud.l lt IIoiii'kimi.n, Profess,
nrs uf DruuliiK and Piilnilnc; It. Vanhkuiiip.i., In.
ktiui'tor In IlrnwltiK; N. It (' mii'k.n i Kii, lnsiriietor li
PirsiicetlM1. V. II. It. 1'iiKM'ii, lllini'tornnd l.i'eturer
on rtlstle Aliiitumy, Mna V. N IIiinii, Teacher uf
Hcud for Circular to W M It FlWVt'Il.
becrctury Chtcnsu Acudcniy of Flue Art.
A JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION.
Engineering and Railroad Nuwh.
Pulillilicil nt "It llriiHilmiy, Nen Vnrk.
HI.VO per ikiiiiiiiu-ii(iun Iron.
THE ST. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER
iMImhrsl nud cAnfpMt AKilciiltunil Monthly No pro.
inliims. No elulis AW hlniply iisk V eems fur each
subscription livery Farmer uiuiis It INiiililllicd ulni!
Ilium. Mjimi;) eni. fin I cent hihiui. Addn'in
tIllll,AM IMICMniC, Nl. I.oiil., Mo.
TAI'ANKHKnnit other ileHtfcns plnln and fancy a1
iraetleiil nl Miles, reeljict, ve , lullniiiyi
nliiters. muni niy. r els. aycur. JUUIiJI
I MANUV ACQ
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MA KM'l'Mi. Pnco''HIr'- "0LMIS. 8l '
Iteod. li.C.STHKliL.157 Wiiliash av.Chlcago.
HEW AGENTS GOODS 'KXAS."
VOI'Ntl JII'N leatn lolecrapliy aud earn MO to MOO
I niilniitli. lsvery ifiitduatu cnarftlitoeiiainyliii: sltua-
Uon. Address Valemmo 111 oh.,. MuiiUL'urH,JuncsvlikVl3.
Ar..TH WANT KII for the Dct and Fastest.
hi-UliiK Plctortul HuoIch nud Hlhlus, Prices reduced
Upcrccut. National rul.llihlnw't-'o., CltlvaKo, 111.
ARHUTC Co1" money with Ilr. ('huso's .Vnw
HUtll I vJ ICecelpl Itmik. Ni wly revised and cn
larcU. Uy mall. rJ. Address (Jliitsel'ub'K Co., Tulvild.U,
A. N. K.
IVffK.V WIHTIXa TO AnVtlUTMSKUH,
jilviiKv Hiti ;iiu Hnir tin: .Utvvrtlsemant
in thin iimier.
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