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Mr. Blaino's Uttcranco In tho North
Clmrlnml Scnrril I'nr 1IU Letter
l'rrHltlrnt Ilnrrliiiu CiiiiihumhU'iI
Hut Uttln lllrrorento Out.lile
Nr.w Yoitrc. Oct, 24. Mr. Maine's
lonp promised utterance of thu presi
dential oleotfott of "JSJ appears In tho
Novombur number tf tho North Amcrl
tun Kcvluw, which is to bi published
to-il:iy. It occupies thlrtecrii pages lu
tho Kuvlow. Mr. Ululni notes tho lock
of r.xuitcnumt uttciHlltitf tho president
tiul election eontraitlnir It with the tur
moil of Interest that ('fcliuraotcrlwsd tho
I'ntnpMgn ot the older Harrison. This
elmtijjc. of public Interest in bucIi con
testa, ho ButTKoati, may bo accounted
for by tlio growth in population, and
the consequent nbaorptfou 1h vast com
inorcinl operations, and It' may' bo po8l
bio Indicate! a subsidence In tho future
of extreme partisanship.
Mr. Maine fflren special attention to
the letters of tho pnfddcntlal candi
dates. Of President Harrison's lettei
ho says nition other things:.. That per
haps none of his prrdeoewwrs has made
bo exhaustive and more clear presenta
tion of tho questions Involved. Mr.
Cleveland's letter Is subjected to
scorching criticism. Mr. lllnlne finds
that in greater measure than Mr. liar
rlson'H it departs from tho platform of
his party; in fact that "Mr. Cleveland
lias made tho platform upon which he
Is now before the people," and "that
Mr. Cleveland's departure from the po
sition of his party's platform, the plat
form of freo trade, confirms the impres
sion which has been general, that a"
large proportion of the democrft tlo par
ty believes iu protection lu some form."
Mr. lllaluo makes caustic comment
upon Mr. Cleveland's utterance on the
currency ami tho state banks. Ho up-,
holds tho republican policy of gruntiug
liberal pensions to the veterans of tho
war. On this point ho says: "Tho
amount wo contribute toward pensions
is larger than tho amount paid by any
of tho European nations for a standing
army. Surely tho binding up of the
wounds of the past war ts more merci
ful and honorable work thau is prepar
ing tho country for a new one."
Tho most remarkable thing In the
presidential canvase of 1803 Mr. Dlainc
rctrnrdi as "the manner m wnicn in
some sections of tho coun
Issues huvo boon put out of sight
tho force bill ulona brought'lnto prom-
NEBRASKA gTAfg tififlffi.'
DorFY'scoal sheds nt Schuyler havo
boon entirely destroyed by lire.
Huttk, lloyd county, has voted f 15,
000 lo build a now Bohoolhouso, ,
, Tin: prenehers of Otoo county havo
formed a ministerial association.
Tiir.m: nro seventeen criminal cases
on the S.illno county court docket. T
Lanh bookers nro Hocking Into Nanco
county nnd largo amounts of laBil arc
Hauvai'.d will vote on a proposition
to issue bonds, to build asystcm of
waterworks. ' '$ ' t
sued tho UurllnKtonVoad'f(r JS.OOWof
tho loss of n leg. ;, JnMU$,i .17
Jon.v IiVr.t.t., a Johnson county form
er, sold f UM worth of melons from otio
noro of ground this season. t ,
LtaliTNiNO struck' nntl net 'main n
bttick of small grain near PluttsuiQUth
nnd 000 bushels wcrtfburfifed. ff
Five of tho six children of lr. a
Mrs. Klias Conger, residing near
ells, died recently of diphtheria
O. V. Nnt.Rox, a Polk county farmer,
has harvested fifteen tons qf broom
corn, which will bring him ?fl) per ton.
'I' 1 1 ! ui.hnnt phHilrim nf tho statu were
nil nntrinlln on Colllfnllan dtlV? the'
21st, and celebrated wHIiaairit nnd ea-
Miw. l'AiN-mo, tho widow of a lltif
falo county farmer, litis fuul two saloon
keepers for 15,000 for selling liquor ta
her husband and causing his death. I
Afteii six weeks of married llfo Kti
dolph Altonfelt, of Norfolk, deserted
his wife and carried away her savings,
as well as all tho money' ho hnd in tl)e
FiiAXic Smith and Charles l'hlllini
havo been arrested nt Fremont on the
charge of holding iipe, undVobblng
James II. Hums, a brakeman on the
Elkhorn road. "
Thk explosion of a'
flro which destroyed tho bam on the
Arnold farm in Folk county and six
horses wero burned to dcuth. Light
Orcgory was so badly burned that his
llfo-was despaired oj. . -
Minnik Ci.AttR, nged 10 years, daugh
ter of C. F. Clark, of Narviud, has mys
teriously disappeared and no clew of
the missing girl hns as yot been found.
Her father believes that sho has been
inado tho victim of tramps.
John Cisco, employed at Huff, Hart
ling & Co.'s elevator ut Nebraska City,
while at work on tho top of tho build
Inir rnnnnttv Inst hls'lmliiTieu nnd foil to
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the trround. a aistance ol mty wet n
t - V . . "k
court nt Omaha, sitting in the. case ot
their colleairue. Judeo Scott, Imvd re-
in which in , vuc v"t "- .
.t. oil m,.. was uuconsclous when pic
HLODCirrQ HOUSE LIFE.
AmMltlet of the I.tro and Nome rnngnt
Vt ) Romark.
M'nny of tho largo old-fashioned
houses in Washington nro owned by
persons whoso Incomes tiro In Inverse
tatlo o tho Blr.o of their dwellings,
therefore tlioy take a few boarders or
clso rent rooms. Iu ouo of these houses
a certain journalist has tho back room
juit across tho broad hall from th
Ouo Friday night recently ho was out
Intni- ttiun 1ttlllll. Ml nVOlvdlMll himself
tho nt xt morning ami did not leavo tho
house until nbout It o'clock. When ho
opee'enl tho front door ho saw a hcarso
nqd several cartlages standing iu frotil
of ,ttie house anil, a ho was naturally a
Utile, uurlous to know who was.be.-.
rcaved, he said to a hackmau who was
leaning against the fenco:
"Who Is dead? Where is the f nncralf
" He snyn yon i'night hav6 lsnockcti him
down with a feather when tho man ro-
plfcrfdlooklng aVhlm with surprise:
"In your house, sir!"
Dr. T was at that moment read
ing the burial service in tho front patJ
lor. The deceased, a lady, was only a
a visitor in the city Bud licr friends had,
nt first, intended to tako her to her
ibome in W for iatorment; therefore,
iioefapo was hnng on tho door and no
announcement of her death was inserted
in the paper. They afterward decided to
lay her in a vault i n one of the Washing
ton cemeteries, but, aa nor menus wero
few, no one but the half dozen relatives
were at the funeral. Henee there was
no confusion and no stir in the hall to
attract attention when tho journalist
left his room.
Most of tho peoplo who room in this
hotiso are middle aged, quiet people;
the only young man, Mr. Tr -, has tho
hall rm up ouo flight Last week ho
went to his landlady's Bitting room in
thoback building (or L) and tapped at
tlio door. ' "
"Como in," said sorao one. '
So ho entered, nud thcro sat a stran
ger who looked ootnfortablo nnd very
much at home, in smokiug jacket, enp
and slippers. Mr. L asked if his
landlady wero thero.
. "No," said tlio Btrangor, "sho i not,"
"I'm Mr. h ," auld tho young man.
"Oil! Can I er or do anything for
"I cane to ask for a picco of ice."
"Ohl 'Well. If you go down-stairs and
find tho servants I reckon they'll glvo
yon some." '
Down-staira went Mr. L , nud,
after fretting his ice, said:
I-'Who's that fellow in
Aro You Yellow?
If so, of couiso yon urn billons, whloh
nlno implies that you havo a dull puln nnd
leiiilerneso iu tho rlslit side, imtwen, alulc
hcuhielie, fiirroil tongue, our tnoiitli ami
liiillin'ittlnti. Hosteller's Ktoinnrh Hitlers
Is what yon want Fropipt lollef follows
ItsuKilii liver eotnplalfit, d.vsM'psln. win
ntlpntlnn, itinlurln, rheuinullsiii. kidney
tronlilo mid nnrvousiiess. l'liyslolaus tin
qaalltlcilly i ceomnicud It. r
It Costs Nivtijixo. Ail v Ice is tho cheapest
thing In tlio world, which 1 why o imniy
H'Oplo urn no iouii oi, Kiviug u uwny.
Jnence." Jio compunienis r. uan, ox d fc t, lnjncUon Ulttt ho
the New York Sun, the author of this i "' " ,. . . m . ,fora tha
policy, upon his zeal and ability in
achieving this result. Tho representa
tions mudo vivi to tlio" purpose and the
effect of the fores bill, however, he de
clares to bo inconslsUnt'wlUi the spirit
of President-Ilarrlsoi's letter.
Mr. lllalno is full and explicit In nil
treatment of tho subject of reciprocity,
elnimlng that a material increase has
been caused in the United States trade
by reciprocal troatleswlth tho Islands
aud countries of America and particu
larly by tho treaties made with the Eu
ropean countries. Mr. Blaine quoted
interesting figures in relation to tho
lncroase of trado with the Leeward and
Wludward Islands and Cuba and he pro
Roncrht nirainst tnrinir lum bofor'o tho
' r r . - - " . . ."-
Hurt county lunacy commission, wncre
complaint was filled by lawyprs yvhom
ho had offended k i
Wnn.K"the secon :t4o 6f fast
freight Na77 o tho l.t& M- ivaf re
cently cntcring,,tho yrfrds at"Crtoit
ran into an open switch, throwing tho
train on a sidetrack occupied by loaded
Tho engineer and Hrcman
, Tho cnglno'and ton 'cars aro
loss. Tho damage, was, about
Needs iisMtanco It may ho host to render It
promptly, but ono slimilil remember to imi
even tlui moot perfect itimcdios onlywhon
needed. 'I'lm Iwst nnd mot nlmplonml gen
tloioiiicdvistlioMyriip or Flus, iniiiiufuc
ttn cd by tlio California Fig Syrup Lo.
l'cori.n who cling to tho anchor or hone
often huvo to go iluwn into tho lmul with it.
-ruck. , iUX 'l I '
Dmivsr Is a dreftd illsnnie. but It has
.... I. ' ........M , lin ivllll ltllllW t lilt II.
H. (In on : Sons, tlio Hromy ieehillts of fcj
Atlanta, ll.-o.gl..' treat it. with sueU B Tit
MioeiM. Write them for pamphlet giving
full Information. , ,
"This," sold tho red-eyed roolf, who was
peeling an onion, "is onoo' tlilin concealed
wceplni.'' Washington BUir.
F. J. Ciinncr: ( , Toledo, O.. I'roprs.
of Hall's Catarrh Cure, plTer IUW rewanl
for any oano of. catarrh that ran not bo
eured by taking Hall's Catarrh Curo. Send
for UUinonlttls, freo. Sold by Druggist, 7&0.
Mn5. auMsmiKottlls her children "stars"
bonaiiso they don't know how to acU lias-
Unwii aii's Viu.s euro Ivlllous and norv
ous illucfs. lieaehniu's Tills sell well bo
cnuso they euro. IS cents a box.
It Isn't tho man who blows most who
finds It tho easiest to ralso tlio wind. Capo
Tun I'ttbllo Awards tho Palm .to Halo'a
Houoyof lloroliuuml unit Tnr( for coughs.
niio'sTootliuclio Dnfps Cure Ukouuftnliiuto.
Woar.' novcr stutter. When they want
toihovransay "yes" without a sUimmcr.
II 0. ricayuno.
"I think," wild tho Calendar to February,
nt the close or tho lrnp year, "that you hud
bettor tako a day oft"
Curoo Pain Promptly.
nn unT te nrr
a.nVauV.,to.J.V&. sss Ni
Win hsndt, lularo th IraiJiapil )U'
iri,xliuln.UMn llntl Pa ull 11
leM.ii'iKlii'.Md th conufnsrtM lor ooUo
or glxw iacgt wiu fricrr purthM.
Isti which i
IrrAtlaii oa otllii, rausti, tiiv
tutn. TVlfUfi, tronii)l tvllot
nud alinotl lD(alul!(i turr, ignt
Q USSSVSS1 ..:,yHuuia SS ta Ball'
A MAN' that has no scruples nbout going
fishing on Bunday Is pretty cortuln to have
"So you havo a now sorvunt girl," said
nnolmusewlfu to nnotlmr. "Yes." "Uuw
doea sho like von?" Washington I'ost.
" o.ooo. a j .. rJ
Omaha health officials have jnstraado
tho startling discoveryt that tho milk
dealers, or at -least- some.of tlieme aro '
parties to a deep laid plot to do up tlic
population ot tnat greai aw
dicta in relation to Cuba that "wo shall "r river motronolls by giving short
... !.. nrti.imnknn n iiAani vniin . ,. -. T
measure. It Is said their quart meas
ures arc too short at Iwth ends. Noth-
connuer bv eommorco far belter tbun
by force of aruilen, and cordially estab
lish such mutual Interests between
Cuba and this country that commer
cially tho two countries will be one."
Mr. lilninc, dealing witn ino ciaim oi
tho democratic party to bo tho Jeffer
honlan party, says: "It would surprise
Jefferson If ho could onco moro uppear
in tho llesh to learn that ho Is held as
indorbcr of all tho principles and meas
ures advocated by tho democratic party
to-day. It is porhapf not worth while
to enter Into any elaborate argument
on tho subject, but the democracy owes
no little of its success tothopcrsihtenco
with which Its adherents have mado
their disciples believe this pretension
truo through all tho mutations of their
party. It was equally true.lt must be sup
posod, when Mr. Huchanun, a confirmed
,.,i.pi1!kI w;is tho nrosideut elect of
tle democracy, though it is well known
that tho object of Mr. Jefferson's most
intense dislike was tho federal party.
In vain it is polnted'ont that the posi
tion of .Tcfforsoni on any subject was
directly jlhH reYorso Pf'the-democratlc
position! ! is dulyotc4 at the next
convention aniLJa ne.rridath'qf allegl
nnco is taken to his prlricjyles. In 1601,
nf tcr a suvoVo contest, JoffeVson carno
to tho nrcsrdcncy as the, founder and
head of tho republican party.
"Thoj p'ellx doiribcrattc was some
times, though seldom, ut.ed. The, ten
acity which Joirerson Jipld to' the pro
tective principle was only proportioned
to thq nqcp?ltle8 'of the country. Hi
uctiou In 1807, when ho declined to rec
ommend tho repeal or alteration of tho
revenue lnw, aftor a surplus of 114,000,
000 h;wl been accumulated, puts htm in
the 6hnrpct contrast to 'Mr. Cleveland,
who, in his term of office, treated tho
burpltis accumulated as the acme of all
In conclusion Mr.-Blalne calls atten
tion to tho essential agreement of tho
two parties o'a tbegreatraajorlty of tho
issues. "It is interesting and sugges
tive," ho bays, "to look over the plat
form of tho two parties, nnd bee how
much alike they are."
There aro differences in Gladstone's
' cabinet regarding the disposition to bo
mudo of tho Irish dynamiters.
Joseph Veres and other students of
EaBtman college were playing football
nt ronghkeopsle, N. Y., when Peres
came In contuct with ouo of tho play
ers, receiving such injuries that ho
died. Tho fall produced concussion of
At Loiters. Ind., on tho Chicago &
Eric road, u Wolls-Fargo express train t
van wrecked by n brokon bwhcIi and
engineer and fireman fatally injured.
intr Is tald nbout the quality,
Tin: annual convention of the Con
gregational church commenced.at Oma
ha on tho 18th. There wero oycr-U'.IO,
ministerial and, lay .delegates present
from thu 180 Congregational churches
in the state, representing a membership
of over 10,000 people Sunday hchools
having n membership of over 14,000 nnd
young people's soeictios having a mem
bership of nearly 4,000.
A check for 1 270 was presented at-the
Firbt National bapk.of Gjraaha tho othci
day, which turned ouf to bo n forgery.
It bore tho signature of Lewis Harns,
and wus mado paytiblo to William
Woods. It was iilsdntamped "certified')
with the forged1 signature of A.' W
Rlokman.'cashterbf the llrst National,
nnd tho date .Ootober 12, ,11 a. m." it
svas presented by some unknown, party
at tho People's Htato bank of Gothen
burg, and was evidently nald, without n
murmur, t ,-.(
A VKUY painful liccidont befell George
TnP.tratb ris ho wis rldini? hcrJss the
country several miles east of Coleridge
the other day. Ho was driving a frac
tious team, which becoming" uncon
trollable succeeded in breaking the.
toDL'ite and turning over thq, buggy.
Mr. McEirath was, hurled vo)ently to
the ground, fracturing a hip bono and
bruising him up in general otherwise,,
lie remained ivWero ho fdll until q
passerby picked him up and took him
to his homo. ' " 1 '
Thu state board of public lands nnd
buildings has finished Its investigation
of tho charircs of mismanagement bf
tho Lincoln hospital for the insane, and
a copy of tho findings was filed in tha
executlvo olllco. The board recom
mends that tho whole matter bj "re
ferred to tho grand Jury for a sonrchlng
investigation. Frauds lu the cdal and
flour departments were unearthed. Tho
testimony showed tnat tuo Stewart sev
eral times took toll of tho flour pasblng
through his hands, while cara of coal
wero delivered at tho asylum switch
ono day, counted, registered and one pr
two cars, ns tho case might bo, hauled
back to tho yards. Tho ex-coal coa
tractor has disappeared.
Von Molko's famous economy. In lnn-i
gunge used to Inspire bats umong the
officers and gcneral'sta'? every year as
the king's blrthiluji"ciihib around,- Ml o
tho number of words he would employ
In propohiug his master's hcnltli.. Homo
backed a nine word bpeech, others put
their money on eight words, Moltko's
habit was to say, "To thu health of his
majesty, emperor and king;" or, "To
his imperial majesty's, health." In 1884
an oyster breakfast wits staked on tho
marshal's not usolncr moro than nine.
Mrs. S 's
"That is Mr. S , sir."
"Any relation to my landlady?" i
Mr. S ? Why, he's her husband."
"Goodness! I thought sho was a
By awl by Mrs. 6 came homo and
her husband said: Y
f "Some fellow came hero awhile ago
ndwntd pleeo of ice; said he was
fcr?L? . WnothoaicTtenaisheVV
Why, R 1" exclaimed his wlto.
"He is the young man in the room next
to Annt Mary; surely yon knew him?"
"ever heard of him. When did ho
"Ho has besn hero slaca October."
And it was then tho last week in
lAprll. N. Y. Herald.
To Vaka Mint Ssuco.
The rules for mint Banco vary. Somo
cooks use a certain percentage of stock,
but this seems to us to bo a mistake.
Tho timc-honorci! English rulo is the
best This calls for vinegar, sugar and
mint alone. Select only fresh and ten
der mint for this uucc. Strip the
leaves from the stems, wash them and
drain (hem In a blcvo, and mlnco them
fine with a sharp cook's knife. Gather
"the leaves together In a little pile on an
ordinary board, nnd strlko tho m rapidly
with thU knife, which la shapod
liko an ordinary carving knife.
An ' tho pllo separates with tho
forco of tho chopping, heap it
'together again and continue tho chop-
p ng until tha leaves are a lino mince,
French cooks always chop up their
herbs in this way and even their meat,
tho .chopping knives in our American
kitchens being a rarity with them.
There bhould bo four neaping table
spoonfuls of. mint chopped. Potir over
tite.mlnt a half cupful of good vinegar
boiling hot, Add threo tablospoonfula
of sugar and set the sauco away where
it wlft become Ice cold. When mint dis
agrees with individuals this sauce may
be strained after It has stood four hours;
but it is ordinarily served with tho mint
in lt.-N. Y. Tribune.
KTXTSSmmJm- "Tt ""JWCTMI
t Zi M
kURELY a vegetable compouna,
made entirely ot roots ana ncms
lathered from the forests of
corrrla. and ha3 been used by millions
of people with the best results. It
All manner of Blood diseases, from tho
, pestifcrouaaMUqbtll on your nose to'
tho worst cases' of 'Inherited blood
taint, such as-Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatise on Blood and Bltln Diseases mailed
too. Swift brcctrtcCoAUaauwOo.
'C-SBi J'irrW m'" lu'Ml iram. ir"MiwrMwiw
jL The Two Holiday Issues
BThe Ladies' Home Journal
Mk rjovember ana December
QjWa Contain a wealth of attractive material, i.
(F includihg: The Opening Chapters of HRL
fl Mr. Howclls New Novel mK
ff mSBSBL .The
U P9!aK'? r,r,t ' OT8' WKt0V BARBISON'S rP' n
' iWiPSK The Well-Bred Girl in -
BWflrVSA'4JBffi? WUV,VV 11
oJmt f'fffa&$9 The beilnnlnc of th tralnlnt papers ty
7f mV'ffwiW MAMIE. WCKMIS.
I WtI!)frW$r the osuthtetolCHARLM DICKERS, on 1
V'Pi My Father as I Recall niitiry
10c. a Copy $1.00 a Year , V
THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
Philadelphia, P. ' JL
Agents Wanted. Profitable Employment and Liberal Tem.M
Wrlto for Particulars. h'JrJwfrt
2 S afVo; jjt n'. tjA
Two fefiUles QJB?nuan Syrup
cured me of Umorrhacc of the
Lungs when other remedies failed.
I atn a married man find, thirty-sis
years of age, njjd live with my wife
and two little girls at'Durhatn, Mo.
I havCjStatcd .this brKf and plain so
that all 'm.iy 'understand " My case
wasabat one, aud'Tfeiialftjcglad
to tell anyone' abpUt'Kwho will
write mc' Piiiup1!. SCiIbkck, P.
O, B0X45, Apfil 25,' 1890". 'Nb man
could ask .a inore hdubrable, business-like
all.til li.r. .linn. wltl...tlt IV. Ij. II
ucli nuhqiitullonii tiro jrniiilulpiil 11 ml
subject 10 vroMccutloiibir law for ok
W. L DOUGLAS
T,HE GENERAL MARKETS.
1 . KANSAS CITY, Oct. L
OATTLU-Ilett heeoi.,,,...l 3 W ft 00
Slorkers SCO 0-7J
Nntlvu rows 1 81' (jft'S 75
TTIVlt.nfvifl nrlinlr.fi linavv.. 4 M G & fi5
wilKAT-Ka 8 rel 6UW1, es(
f COnK-NaSralxert 51
OATS No. iMnlxoU Silia
ltYK-Ka 2 W Cft
t'lXJim-I'aU'MH, per sack..,.. !! 10
Fancy 1 w
HAY Choice timothy.
f uncy prairie
CATTLK-l-'nlr ntlve. .
IIOOS Henvy i
(m 58 v
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BHREP-Palr to cU0lu 00
(ft 3 UO
C9 4 80
Gh 3 50
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mi linx nuiDfiv ua . m mr
"Vjft Pi. nHll n 4ialil8 than nor ik.r .ulioo orer fuit M Uo prtd.
CrVt WmkmmmmB VfiA BaraSprlo6,rorrit.(llrrlp.MIoajrnlyarfaMred
irw,-A Efi'l'Wiir rJ womthroua.rowoitUM. -. f
KYA Cftv mtkm. I Wm "bco worn thruuah pan b. rsrod m mtayfimf ta-
iSlM;-) JR!P7k VM to kr ctuplrtUiEMinU U B
jJlW f AiX. cV. ETltuCoal7acpMractoaoaiaiit
Now York's I'resbytoriau synod dl
nosed of thu liri.Yira ctibo byxcleifivtiufr
it back to tlio Now York presbytery, Wonls, but, because lio bcan with' tlitf
vherc it orlflnutccL word "gentlemen" tlio bet was lost.
wheat-No. s red ,... t
COU.S-NaSmUoa...., 87 to
OATS-N(H S mlxtj 27
LAltD-Weuicrn swain 8 30
l'OIUC-Nuw 12 31
CATl'LE-Prlme to extra 4 75 5 50
JIOaS-1'acUlng and Htllpplajf .. 4 50 (A 6 50
SUEKt'-Fiilr to Choice 4 50 tfi 5 50rf
lTX)UIt-Wlntcr whot 4 U) O 4 M"
WHKAT-NaSrcd 72Tift TiH
rnnv So. 2 4lia 41m
QAT3-N0.a S8JJ14 21H'
ItYJS-KaS .....,... 61 & W
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CATTLK-Katlvo nUort. ,
llOOHCiowl lo cholcw
Fl.OUIt-aootl to chnlcu
roit.S'-N'a 2 ,
OATS Wthtcrn tnlxod
I'OIUC McB3 , I'
At onc.3 !.; iportant
department of tho house THE
KITCIIENtnnd mirchoso'tbo beat.
consequently tiiofciaooW'ln fact,
iho acmoWrCooiia.fetovcs: tho
exj'luiiWe.Mla ! JSl,L,l" H
ad werl erehMt.'wa
fopjc wae ""!"
n ainct ta wmmmrr.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE.
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
Host itcrr AMUi.tbm. U jnn
EXCELSIOR MAHUiACTURING CO.
0 4 7J
19 it Si
wmn ,-. ,Viu"k
TIjo FlfiU lllt-VKD BLICKEH la w.rTMtM wUr
proof. nil will kMD joutlnr la UiohtrcUiUtorm. lot
fltyr rOMSI UL BUl'Keif U jwrfoct rtJIiix cofttjmd
covembnilrt.lillo. U.wareofliolutloo.. . Don!
ritli Jlnnir l not 011 It. Ilhtr.
C'slalrwut fit. A. J. TOwr.11. notion. wn.
buy co.it If tlio
auarantccd ta cuw Illlou Attack. Bid.-.
Hradaclio ami Coinrtlpallon. 40 In each
bottle. 1'rlco S3o. For Balu by drojrijUU
1'lcturo 1'7, 47, TO" Hud uluflo lo lrt.
I'niaiiDllTti nnd peoplo
who havo w.ik lurcior Aitli
ma.itiouldui. I'lio'i Care for
Consumtillnn. 11 Hit cured
I lhauinnilK. It Ino not lojar,
led ono. lili not Lad tf)tlfL
I It IH IUO U2IIEUQCU BTrUIL.' '
Boia 0Tr7irii(irc. xoo.
Anson Hardy Power Gutter.'
OAK XASXX.Y SX
CHANGED TOAHAND MACHINE.
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Go.r
HILL'S MANUAL ?KSJ
alBiid.rd la a.el.l .. Builo.Ml.lfa.
.ort. lur prlM. wrlta UAMka
Uoll, UWl.w l I.Utirwwr.iof bl .chl.fwn.nl. '
in .11 in.l.in. aurpric.. writouft.'
-KAK1 1ll FiMI 1
"A. N. K.0.
iniiiTwiuTiKaTa ABvetrusKfui ruuu,
MaMthM 1 Hi t JUiWtoiwil.ta tata
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