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gSRPUIi AND SUUHEMTIVK.
Swuot potatoes baked undor aronst
of bcof or liitnb nro vory nico. Tivko
tlio skin oil' eiirofully so lis to loavo the
surface biiioUi, wash nntl put thorn
umlor tlio meat, allowing half an hour
for it medium-sized potato. Ifanyaro
loft do not throw tliom away, but warm
thorn for breakfast. Slico' them thin
and fry brown in butter.
(Ireen Tomato Sauce. Cut up two
gallons of green tomatoes; take throe
gills of black mustard seed, threo table
spoonfuls of dry mustard, two and a
half of black pepper, one and a-half of
allspice, four of salt, two of celery
seed, one quart each of chopped onions
and sugar, and two and u-half quarts of
good vinegar, a little red popper to
taste, lioat the spices and boil all to
gother until well done.
Applo Custard. Sk tart apples,
half teacup of water, four spoonfuls of
sugar, threo pints of milk, eight eggs.
1'aro and core tho apples, cook them in
the water till tender, out do not lot them
break, put them in the pudding dish
and sprinkle .sugar ovor them; then
niako a custard of tho milk, sugar, and
well-beaten eggs; flavor to taste; pour
this ovor tho apples, and bake in a nioil
ifrato oven about half an hour.
Keady-Msulo Clue. A. good glue
ready for use is niado without tho ap
plication of heat by d'ssolving the glue
in common whisky instead of water.
Both aro put toi'tiier in :i bottle, which
is then corked tight and allowed to
stand for three or four days. If pre
pared in this way, it will keep for years
and a ways be ready for use, except in
extremely cold weather, when it will
bo necessary to sot it in warm water
before using. A strong solution of
isinglass made in the situe manner is
an excellent cement for leather.
Old-fashioned Applo Jolly. Tako
twenty large, juicy apples, pare and
chop; put into a jar with the rind
(yellow part) of four largo lemons,
pared thin and cut in bits; cover tho
jar closely and set in a pot of boiling
water; keep water boiling all around it
until the apples aro dissolved; strain
through a jelly-bag, and mix with
liquid tho juice of the four lemons; to
one pint of mixed juice one pound
sugar: put in kettle, and when sugar is
melted set it on the lire, and boil and
and skim about twenty minutes, or un
til it is a thick, lino jolly.
It is more economical to keep
calves shut up in a stable handy by
than to spend time running after tlieni
in a Held. The calves will do a great
deal bettor, as thov are out of storms,
and not so much exposed to Hies.
Undor this svstom of care and leoding
we havo never boon troubled with
scours, or other diseases arising from
exposure and from having food of an
improper kind. The calves are not
only health v and thrifty, but all along
havo iti nerfect development and ap
poarailee. The hair is bright anil silk
en, and the body symmetrical, with
just tho right proportion of llesh and
bone. When calves aro turned out too
young to pi.-k their own livinjr, they
become pot-bellied, and this ill-slmpo
they carry with them all their lives.
They always run down and get stunted,
from which unprofitable condition they
scarcely ever recover before winter,
and spring finds them runty, with
staring coats, sunken eyes, ill-favored
in all respects, and not worth any
more than when turned to grass nearly
a year before. This is t'io wav most
calves are raised. Tho opposite ex
treme is to let them suck and so lose
the uso of the cow for tho dairy, and at
the same time unfit the call for prac
tical use. The calf should be kept
growing until it reaches maturity.
When growth ends loss begins, and this
is too often the easo in rearing animals.
F. D. Curtis, in N. Y. Tribune.
When to I'cpiI Corn for Futloiilng'
Tho results vary, according to breed,
care, shelter, etc. Store hogs that aro
of a good breed and health, should,
according to experiments repeatedly
tried, lay on a pound of additional
weight lor every live" pounds and six
tenths of a pound of .sound corn they
eat. A contemporary has verified this
estimate to bo fruo. Thus one bushel
of corn a part meal and fed as slop,
and a part in tho e.ir or sholled all
tho animal will eat, should make ton
pounds additional weight, and ton
bushels of corn will represent 100
pounds of pork. Upon this basis the
following conclusion is reached: It pays
when corn is worth thirty cents per
bushel, to convert it into pork when it
sells for 8:1 per 100 pounds, as tho ma
nure will abundantly pay for tho care,
when properly saved. When corn is
forty cents, pork should soil at.l por
100 pounds; corn at liftv cents, pork?.');
sixty cents, pork SO; corn sovontv-live
cents, pork should sell at $7.i0. When
corn is worth Sl..r)0 pork must sell at
Sli por 100 pounds. If the pork sells
for less than is represented by tho cor
responding price of corn it is led at a
loss; if mure, tho advance is prolit in
each caso regarding tho manure as pay
for tho trouble.
Fattening in-accomplished most profit
ably as the cool weather of autumn ad
vances, witli good shelter and warm
quartors in which to lie. Tho feeding
place should bo kept clean, and corn
in tho ear or shelled foil night and
morning, as much as they will eat up
clean, dud slop of meal at noon with
pure, clean wntcr night and morning.
The fatter they become, the closer
their quarters may ue. In tho early
stages of fattening thoy need room for
oserciso, with wheat bran, charcoal and
sulphur occasionally to keep them iu
condition and increase tho size of bono
and muscle, for when quite heavy they
neoa only rust. I'rairie Farmer.
While there is a furrow to bo turned
tho plow should not rest iu tho fall
months. One sometimes hears tho
most absurd objections made, to tho
ofl'ect that farmers are urged by agri
cultural writers to work, work, and
never to bo idle, but always to liud
something to do. Hut, why not? A
writer on agricultural subjects, if ho
understands his business, knows that
tho farm is no play-ground any more
than tho workshop or tho merchants'
store: ho knows, too, that, as a rule,
tho farmer has more leisure than any
othor business man, and is too apt in
his leisurely way to put off his work
until tho last moment, not realizing
what damage may happen through this.
And what has tho farmer to do but to
till his farm? It is only when one is
working that ho is producing, and it is
tho part of wisdom to work when there
is work to be done and rest when it is
done. And fall plowing is tho most
important work of tho season.. On tho
majority of farms tho plowing is done
by hired men, and tho employer certain
ly does not wish to pay his laborer for
doing nothing: and if he is a sensible
man ho knows that every fair day's la
bor performed by his workman will
yield him a prolit on tho outlay. There
are many farmers who recognize these,
facts, and who aro industrious and
painstaking, and yet who might delay
their fall plowing or oven put oil" tho
plowing until spring, and take their
leisure just now, simply because thoy
may not clearly understand the advan
tages of doing this work as soon as pos
sible and before the cold weather ar
rives. Some explanation of those ad
vantages may thou bo of interest. Few
of us realize what a vast storehouse of
fertility tho soil is, and yet how se
curely this fertility is locked up in the
soil. It is this very fact that gives point
to the knowledge that by the sweat of
tho brow man must earn his bread. Wo
may sow, but we cannot reap unless
with much labor wo work tho soil with
plow and harrow, and it is this vory
labor that unlocks the treasures of tho
soil so that wo may help ourselves to
Fall plowing is required to produeo a
particular effect, nnd should, therefore,
bo performed in a particular manner,
and one calculated to o'Voot the desired
purpose tho most completely. What is
required chiefly is to expose tho largest
surface to the inlluenees of the atmos
phere; to the changes lrom moisture to
dryness; to the trusts and thaws. This
is done by throwing tho soil into ridges
so that it remains iu a succession of
miniature hills and vallovs, exposing
twice as much surface as if tho furrow
slices wore laid flat, hi this case tho
same quantity of soil as laid previously
upon the surface would be turned up;
in the other case tho furrow slice would
bo exposed ontwosidos, and, moreover,
in plowing in this manner tho bottoms
of the furrows arc left open and loose,
and air can circulate there. It is at
this season that the ground may be
plowed a little deeper than before, to
bring up an inch or two of tho subsoil
to mix with the surface, and so add to
the arable and fortiio layer. This now
soil is exposed to tho atinosphero and
mellowed and changed in character,
and this course, continued at every
fall plowing, gradually deepens
the soil and enriches it with
fresh materials for plant food. This
A powerful reason lor early plowing
lies in the fact that the decomposition
of tho vegetable matter plowed in tho
trash of stubble and weeds goes on
very rapidly while tho soil remains
warm, and until the very cold weather
becomes constant or the ground is
frozen. The vitrilication of this vege
table matter is effective and rapid in
proportion to tho warmth, moderate
moisture and porosity of tho soil, and
these depend wholly 1ipon early plow
ing. One exception is to bo noted.
This, in the writer's opinion, is iu tho
plowing of clover sod upon light soils
tor corn. In regard to tho plowing of
sod upon clay soils there can be no
question, because tho benefit to tho soil
itself far ovcrwoighs that gained by the
increased growth of the clover in the
spring, while this fresh growth of clo
ver is of the greatest advantage to tho
light soil and to the corn crop, which
thrivos best upon the newly turned soil.
Many years' experience has shown that
this kind of soil, with a clover sod upon
it, is best turned at tho hist moment bo
foro planting, so that the seed can go at
once into the mellow, fresh soil and re
ceive tho considerable benefit which ac
crues from the rapidly rotting, fresh,
succulent clover and its active influence
upon the soil. A'. Y. Times.
Kidding the Land of Stumps.
Wo havo frequently noticed that per
sons when clearing land make a brush
p'le over ;i green" stump, with the ex
pectation, apparently, that they wero
pursuing the" right course to elleetually
rid tho land ot its presence immedi
ately, while, iu fact, no bolter means
could be resorted to in order to insm e
its indefinite preservation. It has been
tho experience of tho writer that a
stump should never be tired until it has
become sufficiently "seasoned'' to in
sure its entire consumption, else the
charred remnant becomes impervious
to tho action of the elements, and it
will remain a troublesome customer to
deal with for long years alter.
Those thought are suggested from a
quite recent oporienco in dealing with
some very "old settlers," which tho
hands on tho farm wished to fire several
years back, and were only prevented
lrom doing so by a positive command
to the contrary. IJy a little patient
waiting we are gratilied with seeing
" the places which once knew them know
them no more forever." Tins is one
plan of treatment, Uur'dwjlon JJawk-eye.
AN niktnn, Mil., paper mention?, tlio cno
of Mr. T. Dccncn, of that place, who miN
fercd Hoveioly with rheumatic palm until
lie tried a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, which
completely cured Um.--Intiantiolii 1ml,)
Notwithstanding tho declamation of
Prohibitionist, u mblcttiut-vNneil friend
of oil is iishcrtH that a "Minn" in the hand
! bettor than a hand In u iii.Cainirl lje
Citkd by tho Washington (Intl.) Uaxcttt In
the faet that tho colts in that locality havo it
boi t of lameness In tlio Joints. .1. K. Mey
ers cured his by anointing It with St. Jacobs
AN Indian Idol was rcrenlly found In
Kansas. It wbh made of earthenware, was
brown In color, anil has a hamllc, It will
hold two (imrbt.lloiion J'ott.
CoNst'Mi'rio.v In lis early stages Is read
ily cured by thu uso of Dr. rlereu's " Gold
en .Medical Discovery," though, if tho
lungs aro wasted no medlclno will effect a
cure. No known remedy possesses such
soothing and healing liilhieiiec over all scrof
ulous tuberculous and pulmonary affections
ns the "Discovery." John Willis, of
Klyrlu, Ohio, writes: "Tho Golden Med
j leal Discovery' docs positively euro con
I sumption, as, after trying every other med
I Icino hi vain, this succeeded." Mr. .. T.
I l'helps, of Cuthbert. Ga., writes: "Tho
i 'Golden Medical Dbcovery ' has cured mv
wife of bronchitis and incipient consump
tion." Sold by druggists.
Why m wlno that has been bottled for
years llko an unmarried lady of advanced
auei' Mecattvc It is old made, and nouo tho
Worse for it. Wd awl Wisdom.
Dit. I'imtC'K's "Favorite Prescription"
Is a most powerful restorative tonic, also
combining the most valuable nervine prop
erties, especially ad qited to thu wants of
debilitated ladles suffering fiom weak back,
inward fever, congestion, lull limitation, or
ulceration, or from nervousness or neural
gic pains. By druggista.
"You won't suit mo at all," as the man
said to the tailor who refused him ciedll.
Jy". V. Xeiet.
DvsiT.rsiA, liver complaint and kindred
nffectlons. lr t realise giving successful
self-treatment address Wom.n's Dihi'k.n
BAitv Mr.Dic.vi. Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tin: Hooton I'od vivs that a lirakcmaii on
a drunk at Chicago fell Into a sewer, and at
once yelled: "St. Louis, change cars!"
Wo are so thankful to say that our baby
was permanently cured of a dangerous iuid
protracted Irregularll of the bowels by the
use of Hop Hitters by Its mother, which at
the same lime restored her to purled health
and strength. --The parents, Koehester, N.
Y. See another column. Jiiiffalu Kxprew.
Ik a young man wishes to be candid with
his sweetheart ho will not give her taffy.
A. O. J'tcaywie.
A a ii Cure lor IMIea,
Kidney-Wort acts first by overcoming In
the mildest manner all tendency to consti
pation: then, by its great tonic and Invig
orating properties, It restores io health tho
debilitated and weakened parts. Try It.
How to Hoonrc Ilrnlth.
It seems strange any one will Ntiffcr from
(InriitlirimiiMif a lirmitrlii im In iiiih... I.l.wi.l
w p, in .. 11. ,! Wll MJ lll.L..l lMl
I WllCII St'OVIM.8' SAIIbAr.UUI.IA AND STIM.IV
. oia, or Hi.ooo and Li visit Mui'l', will lestoro
1 health to tho physical organization. It is
I pleasant to take, and the Hr.sr Hi.ooo I'rui-
' rn:it ever discovered, curio.' Serofida, Weak-
hums in me running, r.rvsipeius, .Muisirm; all
Nervous disorders, Debility, Illlloiis com
plaints and all diseases of the Wood, Liver,
Kidneys, Stomach, bkln, etc As a health
reiicvvor, It acts i.iki: a ciuiim.
IUkiik's I'ain 1'anaci:a cures pain In Man
and Heast. Use externally and internally.
Du. HooEit's Yi!(ii:tuim: Wohm Svuii In
stantly destroys worms and ic moves all tlio
Secretions which cause lhu.ui.
"ICntiKli on Kilt."
Ask Druggists for it. It clears out rats, mire,
roaches, bed-hugs, files, vermin, insects, 15c.
The ladles' best friend National Yeast.
Sitting1 Hum. now rcposos ni Standing
Itoclc Lowell Courier.
"Havk you any means of support?"
asked tho Judge; "any trado or business?"
' Yes, your honor; I follow carpenter's
work," said tho tramp. " You follow It,
perhaps; but do you ever catch up to It?"
returned his honor. lloitun Tranairlpt.
STOKKicr.Ki'KK "I beg your pardon, sir.
but one of ttiem half-dollars is counterfeit."
Customer" I know It, sir. Got It here last
week." Seeing a smile on the storekeeper's
face, he says: "I sec you doubt mv word,
sir." Storekeeper "Not at all, sir; I was
merely thinking howrcmaikahlc It was that
you should havo got this money hero last
week, when 1 only opened to-day." Cus
.omer murmurs something about gucssim
ho mado a mistake In the storo and hurried,
ly hands out another half. Motion Trim,
M.Mi:. PoMl'ADoiJK had a fan mado of lace
which cost ?;ii),UU(', and which it took nliii.
years to manufacture, so tho Philadelphia
aYcwx says. This must bo tho original
"Pompadour wasto" wo havo sometimes
heard about. IajiuII Cornier.
Tmnti: Is a man In California who has a
snake iu his stomach, and is obliged to drink
largo (uautitles of whiky to keep tho rep
tile stupefied, as It eaum's him great pain
vvhon ho Is lively. When siieh a ba-ls for
general excuses as this coin1 smilingly to
tho front, the temperance people sit down
and fold their hands and think it is Just no
uso to carry the light any further. Iktrod
Niaoaha Falls Is so brilliantly Illumi
nated by the electric light every evening that,
after paying the hackiiian.you cm easily see
whether there Is anything loft lu your pocket-book.
J 'hiUdilihui Xewi.
"Tommy, did you hear your mother call i
you?" "Course I did." "Thou why don't i
you go to her at once?" "Woll, yer see
she's nervous, and It 'd shock her awful 'f I ,
SIIOUIU go lOOSIKKl'll."
Tin: saddlo horiso knows enough of arith
motlc to carry one. Af. O. J'kuuuue.
AOCNTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE OF
Vu I.IRI liiui.it' i n ii iii .Mil, i , nn to up nt
tlii in ni kIm ii lit .in) ! i-ii ' ii ml fur cm ni ir,
iirurdi r iiilllli nt urn mil m t Int. I. . it. il'it's
ili'liit N 'nir ln- nf NS ui SIO. Aildr h I. V.
zii:;i,i:ic.wjo., im i: AiiuiiHht.,ciiiuK. in.
UJDITC 15 l Spun it. Mllwmkir. Wli , foi cirru
sBlil I L. Uuol ser..M.Ki.iA.N Mi'ji.m'.ui Cullkuk.
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It Ii for U UUonaes of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND DOWELS.
It ctknion the jritcm of tho nerld potaon
that oftiuc tlie ilrcdful mfltrlnc vrhlah
ouljr tlio vlotlm of llhcumaAUiu can rlU.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of ths wont formi of this torrlblo dlaeaio
havo been qulokly relieved, hi ft abort time
4 liaalmil wonderful eurccM, nnd an immonao
w 1 dreda atcjuifim lt)iojimtril wIiam uil nlitfi liail
A Halo Inaverv tiartof tlio fjoutitrv. lit liun.
failed. It la mild, but amolent. t'l'lt'l'AIN h
I IN 1TH ACTION, but hariulpta In nil emma. I'
f tVlteleanaea.BtrcngllieitaniidalTfaXeiT ft
(Lire to ail tlie important orcana or tlio body,
, Tho natural action of tlio Kidneys la roatorod.
iptm T.Iwm. la ..luananrt nf 11 fll.n a.i.I fl.a
Ilowala inoo freely and healthfully. In thla
wavtlio worat fllanajana tr. Ararllnatad from
K' Aa It ban been proved by thoueandi that
la tlio most etrootnnl remedy for olciuislnc tho
ay atom of nil morbid aeorotlona. 1 1 ahould bo
uaod la overy houuehold aa a
Alwnya onrea limoaSNESg. I OHHTrrA-
TION, T1UEB and all FEMALU Ulaeaioa.
Ii rut up In llry Vrsrtnhlo 1'orni, In tin ran).
one parlngo of wlilr)iiimkea6iiiarti medicine.
Alio lu l.tntiM Ifnrm. vrrr C'utieetit ruled for
tliocnuvcuiciicoof tinman Immunol i radii rptw b
pare It. lneMirilAr;iuil 7iririicviiiri(irriirM.
uirr lTOr'Youit nnt'oniLT. it.ict ti.oo
WKI.IiS. KirilAi:iSO.W'n.. I'mp't.
! (Will lend the drr pot naliU l HI IM.ION. TT.
A QUBNTETTE OF
NEW MUSIC BOOKS!
IlltNoii A: ;. have rruli for the Fall Trade.
(itui for the me of Made 'liclirrn. Choir ciiiil
S'(iiiii Uixufvi, tlia (' iiiii; liimri, of tuim
jimmickiWc e.rcrtfeiice hi tUrlrniiccliU deixirlmcnU.
!l HERALD OF PRAISE. U
Tho now Church Music Hook for 1H8I-18SJ.
tjenil $t lor.SjMrhncii('iii.
ICiiierNoirn I IIJc ALi I (7'ietR.) Tile new
iitnl Hiiperlor hook lor Mntxhiu: ;unkch.
S'cihI 7.i eta for Njirvimeii t'niij.
",!C ISONQ BELLS. ItrOets.tTho
now, irenlid ami hoautll'ul collection or
Soiul M) ctH for .Siirrfmru Copy,
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Address Land ComVB. &M. R.R., Lincoln, Neb.
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in V, ViTi K'HIiiu nrtlelraln tlio tt urld . 1 aaniili fi ft.
"J'fVcWLFAililri'Htluv lli'cinaini, Detrult, Jllch.
Dr, MTTTTAUIt'.H in:ADAOim 1'ITXS euro moat wonderfully In a very
riliort tlmo both HICIC iitnl NJMIVOU.S UKADACIIK; mid ivlillo uotliif- on
tho norvoiiH NyHtvni, cIoiuiho tlio utoumcli of uxccf.H of bllo, jirodoclon u
rogulur houltliy uvtiou or tlio bowels.
A lull bItii box or t limn vnlunlilo I'll.T-S, with full dlrocllonH for n rom
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A nook of rtnre Originality, entltlod
PRACTICAL I SFE
all I "Mull 'iiimn; .
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I tt 'Uil.. iijtjkt rarefull con
rri t. EUucntlon, Homo, Gocloty, Etlquotto.
Amusomonto. Dress. Lovo, Marriage Husl-
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to,ud fur tin tilar lull dm r vti u t rum Ai, a&Yr -u. '
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aiuliiiiiKille. ,i irilltlinmli nftlie Mrleti'.t Intiioitv "
Cnpt Uui.ilwiird m 'Juilire MiCoinili , In iini.t uier
pi in llllllllllKiOldllllatVurtllV " K'iinlilrnHMiia.1,
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LYD.A E. PBNKHAIVa'S
The 1'opltlvo Ciiro
far oil (hone Tnlnhil Vomplatnta ami Wratnrt
ueutuninii toutirbcut fi'mulo popiilntliin.
Itnlllrurc cntlirly tlio imrnl forninf 1'iiimloCnn
plalnU, atlornrlaii trtniblcs,Intlaniiimtloii nnd Uli'ern.
tlun, lalllnir and Itl'tilnrriiirntx, nnd tlio rnnacquonl
Hplnnl WoakmiK, and la particularly adapted to tlia
Cliaii,io of I.lfc
It will dtuolrn and pjpoltnmornf rotn tlio ntorua In
an early t-H!o of development. Tho tiiulcixy to mh
cvroii Iiiiiniirrlhprelichrthr'd Teryanodily by It nao.
It rrruoTra falntnpit, llatiilrttcy, dmtrtiyaiill oniTlnif
foratlinulitnla, nnd rellovci wraknran of tliimtoiiinolu
It ciirva lllimtluc, Upad.ichpa, Kittihih rnwtrallon,
(linoral Debility, HkoiilcHrr.iNi, DeprtwaUni nnd IndU
That fecllnp of bearing donn, rannlnir palntclht
nnd Iwrkarho, la nlwayn permanently niii'd byltaunu.
It nll atalltlnipannd under all clrrumMnnrra net In
Uniinimv with tlinlnWH tlmt rjnvern tlio li'innlnayati'in.
Kortlio enroot Kidney Complaints of eltlicr u-i th
CniniHiiind It unnirpniied.
i.viii.v i:. I'iNKiiAU'H vi:nr.T.m.i: roM.
I'OIFMH prcpnrvil nt iOJ and &U Wratmii ATonuo,
Ijrnn, Jims, l'ricosi, tUxIwttleiforJV Hint by mall
In Uniform nf pllla, nho In tho form of louniren, on
receipt of prlco, l iwrlmx for either. lira. l'lnUhnm
fn-olyanjwoni all li'ttcra of Inquiry. Kond for nunpl.
let. Addrriw aa abov. Jfrnllon thlt 7i;Kr.
No family ahould bu without ITI)I AM l'INKIIAM'A
LIVi:il l'lt.I.H. They cure constipation, blllouaoaaa,
uid torpidity of tho liter. UcentAMrbox.
Sold ly MRIS0.V, rLUUUEK k CO., Chicago, IIL
FOIt M.VI.n lit IMtllUaiMTH.
GENTS WANTED for MARY CLFMInER'S
Ten Year In WaililnKton," linliiillnir lilt lory nf
LIFE AND DEATH OF
It poll my a tlio "lawrliCf," wiiinh'iii.inio vt Ih, mhtiiliiit
MX'll tlldfllH, I'll' , lit tlloCliplOll, '.tail Hi iHM .ItiM, '
1,'hl'H Kki li'lll ;! uf I lit, l.uill.'N r (lie MO. linos.-,
nnd IhUii'I mlllut h"tinl It lite linlci IH h. Mmtutih.,
ltll("T( nl.i I'mLrnliiMl Mr, ttrllrl l nil (ill I Ilt'lll;l1l
with l.ati a Tci tin to Ai ntn Hi nnd clintii'o to ii.il- mun.y.
AddimnKxccUlorPub. Co., 27N.01ark.tt,Clilcngo, Ili.
of ten or
irnjior Irntniitil It inn lie picvriiliil.
'Ill:i;. Or our Ilno. ciinliiliilnit full
prtii'lli'nl iri'iittucnt, Itiitnni' rti no
Iti'own A' Co., lilt Worrell .IV,
ARRiJTQ Wimirii for If men of the Vltdni"
HUCIl i O Wild Hill llulTiilo lllll. U'lt rniunn, Cnpt.
Jiii'l.". 'IVxiik .Ini'li, Ctlltoni it .liir -:i hnoU of IhrlllliiH
iiihcnturi'H. lly .1 V Hint Wnilmni fiMtex, Hi) Ulna
irntlima, SI" p.iueii mni'lll Ak u a' uutllt. MIi'In.
Ml uulik. DAN I.INiMIAN. I'llhUnher St. l.uilla.Mo
inCHYC cnnvnai for bonka Unit jnu kunw wll.
flUtH lOllI, l.ll'O Hi I'll-lllfllt (JllllllOI."
"Hi'ioi'i or tin- I'lnliia." It .mIi'i' On I iwii." " l.nwa
uf llualniMH " IUA WAI.D1UIN A-Cu ht. 1,duI. Mo.
' PAI.S0NS' PURGATIVE PILLS ,.$&
lllood, nnd will rinnpli'tcly cIiiiiiri- the blood lu tin) en
lire HiMi'tn lu three iimiitlm. Any peiaou vho wllltuk.i
I l pill iih:Ii tiliilit from 1 In IU weekH may lit) n tttoreil
to miuiiiI lieullli, If audi n tlilnn bo (iohhIIiIu Hold e.V-
1 crjwbfrf, or unit by mull lor M ItttiT atioupii. I. H.
OMNhON.vvjo , iiuainn, MiiM, , iorineriy iiiiniior, mc.
ANOTHER BOOM FOR AGENTS.
1 NEW BOOK
"THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER."
"Will on lit II all lit. jrclouio(k, ami utW. jou Hie liritclianci
of jnu r life to niako inonrjr r'IJIr (II1 cent will act promptly
ui rcurt ctiolcv oriltury ati.l we a.UOu vou lu do tiio taiu..
Oulllta now ri'mlj .fiiil nt our. for clrcul.ru and Irrini to
II. S. IlINt'Itl.KY, I'ulillahcr,
11 N. t'uiiul Nti-ci-l, Clili'iiuo, III.
On tho line of tho
WISCONSIN CRNTIMIj It. R.
For full purtlciiliirH, which will bo aeut free, oddrcua
t'UAItl.KN I.. COMIY,
I. n ml Ciimiiilaalonei'. SHUvuukrr, Wla.
AcrnU wunird. tS ii Iliir inndo
aellhiir uur Sl.W ItOI HillKil.K
i. pi a up to v.. lb., h.ll Jut l.f50.
DuutSllL htALL Co., llUUUIiiUI, O,
5, 10, 25 cent COUNTER SUPPLIES.
TOYN. .OTKIH, An-. Catnluuun IVt-c.
CAUY, FULTON Ic CO., 80 biuiiiiivr ll,liuatun,M.iai.
Cin i ly.Iob lntalnl(XntlMnrantlfpaj
IUA lift I.iim. tint (' ll.l).. full) KUiriinliiA
Price 111 free I A.Siill.l.r:('o.,UK(iitiat.lt;illi:.lMtt
nfiPHTQ 0oln mniii'v with r. Clnm' .ev
HUl.lt I O Kci'clpi Itiioli. JJewly re Im i! mi J tn-
latitfil lly iiiulLlJ. Aildrt'ns Cluiec l'ltbV Co.,Tululu.().
A. N. K.
H'ffK.V iVltlTI.Vfl TO Aitl'lUtTlSIUlH,
jifri. huh W" "HP fio .lift'fWitx-nio'it
lit thin ptipci:
v wiP9fmi J? CtMwPsi
m m mm
mmu bayBH fjr?iyyy
1A A nMTUH fllMMl
nn mn uusubu'