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OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1875.
Quite a number of the young Jolts
of oar town spent a pleasant time at the
residence of Mr. Wm. Cochran last
Tuesday evening. Croquet in the fore
part of the evening and afterwards a
Mr. Chas. Barth showed us the finest
specimens of sweet corn this week that
we have ever seen. The ears were about
as largo as ordinary corn and there were
two and three on a stalk. For roasting
ears and for drying or canning this corn
has no equal.
Already parties are contracting to
have cattle fed in this county this win-
Davis proposes to close out his en tire Iter. There never was a time when our
stock at very low figures. Give him a farmers had anything like as much corn
TO THE PUBLIC.
Forourownprotectkm we hereby agree to fur--niah
no proof of publication for any legal adver
tiseroentofanydetKpUon, published by us, from
and after the date hereof, until thecostaof such
advertising Is paid. W. T. HcEutor,
Pallida- Hwmbeldt Union.
AlXIgOf ft PXBKlXS,
PsMuAcr The tola Register.
Dated Feb'y. 19th, 1873.
4"Handsome Boquet Ribbons at
Tno. FnANCia & Co. are selling Lake
Salt at $2.70; Ohio River at $2.50 per
barrel Call and see them if you want
salt. Warranted not to have been water
ed by the Mississippi.
j&Six Dozen New BELTS at
S3"-DaTis has just received new stock
of Summer Coats, Pants and Overalls.
JgyDo not leave Furniture, Fanning
Tools or any kind of property that can
be used lying around in your way, but
leave it with Haywobth a! the Eureka
btore. He will pay you Cash,-or sell it
for you at public or private sale.
fSTReal Jet Bracelets and Setts for
Ladies, at Yates'.
B&Handsotne3t and Cheapest Jewelry
IB town, at XATES'.
Persons knowing themselves indebted
to Wm. Davis will please call and settle
accounts at once, and oblige.
The fast horses are in daily training.
The good work of putting np hay
Remember that school begins next
"Rag money" received on subscrip
tion for this paper.
A few bushels of peaches wanted on
subscription to The Register.
Now hunt out the biggest ears of
corn to bring to the county fair.
The Republicans of Anderson coun
ty hold a convention on the 7th inst.
Binding tobacco on the wound is
said to be a cure for the bite of a rattlesnake.
The present law keeps "bloated
boad holders" away from the delinquent
A. C. Scott returned to Law
rence this week to continue his -course in
and hay as they have now but the indi
cations arc that they wtll get a good
price for both.
If Commissioner A. W. Howland
will again accept of the office we think
the Republicans of his district can do
no better than nominate and re-elect
him. He has been an efficient and faith
ful officer and is well posted in all the
business of the county.
Mr. Munger, of the firm that suc
ceeds Mr. Proctor in the meat business,
brought with him to this county one of
the largest fine stallions in the State.
Fast horses may be very desirable but
we think our farmers are greatly in need
of good big draught horses.
If you are a Republican remember
that the township primary meetings for
the election of delegates to the county
convention will be held Tuesday, Sep
tember 23th. Don't neglect to take part
in these meetings and the convention
and then find fault with the men who
receive the nominations.
The Methodists will hold their quar
terly meeting one week from to day and
to-morrow, and instead of being at the
church in this place it will be held at
the Rose Hill school house, east of town.
On Sunday the 19th inst., one week from
to-morrow, they will have a basket
meeting in the grove on Bancroft's farm
on Elm creek.
Still additional improvements have
been made by Drs. Hendricks and Chas-
tain in their office.
Ask Capt. Stauber why it was he
got oil his horse so suddenly one evening
the first of the week.
"In time of peace prepare for war,"
so regardless of the hot weather can
peaches for winter ise.
Judge Talcott is oS for Wilson
county to hold court, which commences
at Fredonia next Tuesday.
Peaches have not been so plenty
this week, and those brought to this
market found a ready sale.
"Melons can be kept until long after
frost by covering them, on the vines',
with dirt to the depth of two feet.
So far as we know there has yet
been nothing done towards having Allen
county represented at the centennial.
Mr. J. B. Hoover, the principal in
tha public schools this year, is in town
ready to commence work next Monday.
Mr. John Francis was up at Olathe
this week in the discharge of duties as
one of the Board for the Blind Asylum.
Mr. Wm. Conant, of- Geneva, 111.,
bas been visiting his daughter in this
city, Mrs. N. F. Acers, during this
There was quite a change in the
atmosphere yesterday, and all com
plaints about hot weather were at once
Judge Talcott returned homo last
Wednesday from Indiana, where he has
spent a few weeks visiting his old home
Monroe Goforth, a former resident
of this place but late of San Jose, Cal
ifornia, arrived in our city last Weddcs
Jay evening. v
Mr.'B. D. Allen has taken charge of
the feed stable across the street from the
Leland and will run it in connection
with the hotel.
The proprietor of the Leland, B. D.
Allen, now runs a hack to and from the
depot for the accommodation of the
We acknowledge the receipt of a
complimentary to the fourth annual fair
of the Anderson County Fair Associa
tion, which will be held at Garnett on
the 22d, 23d and 24th of this month.
According to the almanac which
Is infallible autumn has commenced,
but according to thermometrical obser
vations summer continues, and tite
thanks of this office are due Mr. Richard
Proctor for ice.
A case was up before Justice Pulver
last Wednesday afternoon, the State of
Kansas vs. Nathan Jackson, colored, in
which the defendant was charged with
willfully and maliciously disturbing the
peace and quiet of the principal witness,
Col. Hottenstein, and family. Trial by
jury, J. H. Richards, County Attorney,
for the prosecution and J. H. Murray
and W. A. Johnson for, the defense. The
jury, some time in the night, returned a
verdict acquitting the defendant and
assessing costs against the principal wit
ness for malicious prosecution.
The present law regulating the sale
of laud for delinquent taxes may be a
good one for the delinquents, but it is
rather hard on the county. At the tax
sales at the Treasurer's office this week
Allen county has been compelled to take
all the lands, except in a few instances
where the aent for the M. K. & T. road
bid in some pieces that would probably
go back to the company, or where par
ties held mortgages on farms and bid
them in. No one is buying laud this
year solely for the purpose of specula
tion, and the county will be left for a
time minus a fund for its current ex
penses. Our farmers who have fields of big
corn and desire to compete for a good
premium should try for the following at
the Kansas City Exposition, offered by
Deere, Mansur & Co. :
For the best yield of corn from one
field of not less than twenty acres, in
Kansas or Western Missouri
Premium A Gilpin Sulky Plow, valne 870,
manufactured by Deere & Co., Molinc, Illinois.
All entries for this premium must be
made at the secretary's office of the Kan
sas City Exposition, not later than Sept.
lGth, on which date a committee will be
appointed which shall arrange time and
manner of rendering its decision and its
nature of proof requisite, and will give
due notice to competitors.
The question of a herd law is the
leading issue in some of the counties in
the State this fall. This is a live issue
and one of vital interest to our people.
As a matter of strict justice animals and
not crops should be fenced in, and al
though this doctrine is at present very
unpopular with the people of this county
we think' the time is fast approaching
when it will be very popular, and thous
ands of acres of fertile land that now re
main idle because men who would culti
vate it have not the means to fence it
will, when we hare such a law, be made
to add to the wealth and prosperity of
our county. We need farmers on the
prairies in this county and the surest
way to get them is to give Jliem an op
portunity of farming without the ex
pense of fencing.
CATTIJC AKD IIOGB.
lire boss ,
MUchcow 20 Uu0 00
Fat cattle 2 " W
Wheat, best. 1 10
Wheat. Sndbest M
Oat : 25 c
Green Apples S1.00150
Beans (Green) t 90&1 00
Turnips 30 c
Butter, 1st quality 12c
Butter, 2d quality 10 c
Irish potatoes 4j60
Es) 8 c
Chickens, lire, per dozen 1 50
Dry flint 10c
Hickory 3 003 50
Ohio Kiver 2 50
Saginaw 2 70
raovKinxs at iuetail txocn
Iola Mills, XXXX, per 10U lbs 4 00
Iola Mills. XXX 3 2i
Uraham r lour 4 00
Com meal per 100 pounds 2 40
bait pork, per pound 16c
bugar cured h&ins ITc
Choice steak 10 c
Best Rio, per pound 2S;c
Second Uio per pound 2,'i c
Imperial 5001 40
Gunpowder 1 251 30
Japan 1 W
Sucarhonce molasses 65S0c
Golden Sjrup .1 00
New Orleans 1 00
Coal oil per gallon lie
Stone ware per gallon U'i15
r run jars, glass, peruozen i aui&j uu
Is now arriving, and will continue to come
in for the next two weeks.
STATE OF KANSAS, J
Cocrrror Aixxs. "
In the District Court in anil Cat said county.
Betaey Heath, Ilaintlff,
WHUam II. 'isabd
1'hilena Isabel, Derd
William II. Isabel and Philena. Isabel his wife
whose place of residence is unknown will take
notice that they hare been sued in. said court by
Betsey Heath and that tbey must answer the pe
tition ortbeplaintiffnled in the clerk's office on
or before the 25th day of October, ls75orsaid
Setition will be taken as true and Judgment ren
ewed accordingly ami an order of sale issued for
sale ofattached property, the nature of the Judg
ment asked for is a uersonal Jmbnnent asainst
defendants William II. Isabel awl Philena Isabel
lor 9t?.auani wrouswoi suit upon anaccouni
for goods and chattels the property of plaintiff
taken and converted to the of said defendants
from said plaintiff in the spring of 18T5.
BETSEY HEATH, Plaintiff.
II. II. Pclveb, Mcbkat & IticiiAHDs, Attor
neys for Plaintiff. 37-Sw
GOODS ABE VERY CHEAP.
Now is the Time to Buy,
And you will have ws handsome a stock to se
lect from as you ever saw, at
To Wilhelmina Walkenhorst, Louisa Walken
horst, William Walkenhorst, Mary Walken
horst, Herman Walkenhorst and Lottie Walk
horst: Take notice that you have been sued in an action
wherein J. II. Lewis is plaintiff anil you are the
defendants, that the petition of said plaintiff is
tiled in the office of the clerk of the District Court
of Allen county, Kansas and that you are requir
ed to answer the same on or before the 2Mh day
of October 1S75 or it will be taken as true and
Judgment will he taken as follows, to-wit:
.n oruer uireciin,? me sale oi me nonn-weat
quarter of the north-east q'larteroftection sixteen
town twenty-siv range eighteen, and all that por
tion of the nortli-eaet quarter of the north-west
quarter of said section lying eait of the Neosho
river, all in Alien county, Kansas, and an appli
cation of proceeds in payment of a debt of Si!5
due Feb. 1st, 1875 from defendants Wilhelmina
Walkenhorst and Henry Walkenhorst to August
Scliultz scure.l by mortgage on said reilcstite
and afterwards assigned to plaintiff, and a decree
of foreclosure against all of said defendants, antl
a ersonalIudgment against the defendant Wil
helmina Walkenhorst and for tnch other relief as
equity and the nature of the com) may require.
To John C. Harris:
Take notice that ron hive been sned in an
action in which Annie E. II irrU is pla'ntiff and
you are me cieicncianl, mat lie pennon or me
plaintiff is filed in theoffi. e-.f the Clerk of the
District Court of the 7th Jmli.Ial District of the
Mate of Kansas in and for A .en counts . in said
State, and that ou are require l to answer said
K.imon on or uetore ine lot i ; ty ot ucioiwr, ..
. 1875, and unless ou do - answer tie said
petition ill be taken as tme ii.'l Judgment will
be rendered granting plaintiu i divorce from ) oil.
I. K. BOYD,
30-Sw Alton i-y for Plaintiff.
(JiC 4(i (jnn erusy. Agent-, anted Allclas-ts
PJ 'U ifiM of working ie;!e of both sexes,
uungund old make more money at work foru
in their own localities, during llinr spare mo-
mnn.j .. ..II .1 .. ,1. ... .. . t.... ..1... I
inilii., tin iiic illllv, lllll. .lb illl 1I11JI I'lav.
v offer eui lo-, n cut that will pit handsomely
forevery hour's work. Full itartirulars, term,
tc, sent free. Send us -jour nddies nt once.
Don't delay. Now-is the time. Don't look for
w ork or business eli-e'vlHre until you hav e learn
ed w hat w e offer. U. .Stin-osA Co-,
3 lyr Portland, Maine.
J. E. IRELAND,
AND DKALEIt IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CLOTHS & CASSIMEEES.
J3Cutting done and COOD FITS guaranteed
when propel ly made up -"C2
At the old corner of Jno. FrancU Co.
The Boston Boots and Shoes
15 Cases Boots to he offered lower than
tJiey liave ever been sold in Iola.
Yates' Ono Prico Cash Dry Goods House,
UlWffU ON WELL, IMPROVED
jflll llal FARMS, on Arc years time or
iitvuui ,ess at B ,ower rate of intereJt
m A f A IV than ever before charged in this
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Address them at Lawrence, Manhattan, Em
Kiria, Humboldt, Parsons or Wichita. 36yrl
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
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copies anil advertising rate frff. Weekly, in
clubs of 30 or more, only 1, postag paid.- Ad
dress Tub Tkibcnk. X. V. . Svrl
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C. B. KEITH,
Keeps a Pull Supply
Of everything found in a
FIRST-CLASS HARNESS SHOP.
All Work Warrented.
A general assortment of
South tide Madison Avenue, Tola, A.
FARMERS and CITIZENS,
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
AOEXT ton TUB
Has again oj ened his
At Ike old ttand on Maditon Arenue.
He has hail his room filled up in good style,
and v. ill keep constantly on hand and in good
order a nuppl of
CASH PAID FOB, HIDES.
loo Fnraih.ed la any Qnantity.
STANDARD MUSIC BOOKS,
CICKERITO, MATHUSHEK and
Mason & Hamlin, Laring &
Alto the CAttiyET PIPE OKfi IXtcIilch
1 leiinuiu o rictit.
A full assortment of Muall Instru
ments. All nersousilL-irinjr to wirtluat
will lind it to their ad antagc to call on
Pianos and Organs warranted from 3
to 5 J cars. Sheet music a serull.
C. II. KEITH, Iola, bans.
The following Music Books are ac
knowledged to be the best of their class
Parties sending us orders can secure
them, post-paid, by remitting us the
Mr. M. A. Dowd left us specimens
this week of an early variety of corn.
This corn grows pretty large and matures
very early and it would be well for our
farmers to keep such corn on hand for
cases where they may be compelled to
REFORM COUNTY CONVENTION.
A delegate convention of the Reform
party of Allen county will be held on
Saturday, October 9th, at 1 o'clock P.
m., at the court house in the city of Iola,
for the purpose of nominating candidates
for the following offices : - County Treas
urer, Sheriff, County Clerk, Register of
Deeds, Coroner, Surveyor, County Com-
mu-sioners, Representatives for the 47th
And 48 th Districts, and for the election
of a County Central Committee for the
ensuing year. The present Central Com
mittee will meet at the court house, at
10 o'clock A. M.,on the day above named.
Primary meetings will be held Saturday,
October 2nd, 1875, at 1 o'clock P. m., at
the school house of each school district,
to select delegates to attend the County
Convention, as follows : From each school
district, one delegate, and from Hum
boldt and Iola cities, two delegates from
each city. At the time of holding the
primary meetings delegates will be chosen
to attend the conventions to be hoiden
in each township, on the 9th day of
October, 1875, fur the purpose of nomin
ating candidates for the township offices.
U. v. Juxsey, Chairman,
GET THE BEST.
The Ifest Puno instructor is
Peters' Eleotlo Plana School .Price, SI 25
The Best Keed Organ Instructor is
Klnkel's New Method, Price, $2 50
The best instructor for the Voice is
Iiudden'a Scnool for the Voice, Price $1 SO
The Best Singing Class Hooks are .
ralry Bcncca, iZr' ,. reu-
Boa? Echo Price. 75 cents.
Xosaeal Chlm-r, (Female Voices) , Price I 00
The best Collection or Church Music is
nMaiMa rv.llM?tian tar Church.
and Home PriceSl SO
The Best Sacred and Secular Collection is
Tha Cluster, for mixed voices,. ..Price, tl 50
The best Glee Book Is
The lie Ploa ultra, tor jium oices, ei ou
The Bes't Glee Book for Male Voices is
TheSann-erfeat,., Price 1 50
The BestGuitar Instructor U
HoUand'aNewlCethoa, Price, ! 50
The Best Guitar Music is ,....
Tho Amateur Guitarist, Pruectu 59
The Best Magazine or Vocal Music is
P.tera' Honaehcli Kalolies, Per year $1.
Xos. 1, S, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8 and 0 now ready.
Price, 50 cents each.
The Rest Magazine for Easy Piano Music is
Patera' Parlor Mualc, Per year, l 03
Xos. 1 to 9 mow ready. Price, 50 cents each.
The Best Magazine for Advanced Piano Players is
LACramadelaCh-eme. Per year, 4 00
Xos. I to 21 now ready. Price, 50 cents each.
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Is the place to get your
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Wholesale and Betait Dealers In
We keep a full assortment of Breadslnffs coa-slatingor
1 Bacstwiieat anrGrabam Hour,
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
In all quantities, from a Barrel to s Car load.
The Iliuhest Marlet Price,
For all kinds of Countrv Proiluie.
O. by agents
I nim-SfW AHWn: Eor3)r. March's Great
iiujimu -n nil ll u Work.
NIGHT SCTF.VES IW
and a magnitlrent NEW HOOK just fnm Pre.
Aanress, J. c. McCL-Hiir & Co , St. Louis, Mo
Repairing and mending promptly done. J
M-imtCirtnrer of all kinds or TIN, SHEET
1KOX and COPPER WAIIK.
West aide 1'nbllc Sqnare.
the n:ot beamilal fn
and erf re i tone errr
u tie best ct rr ularrd
nuy Orsan. It If pro
t!nrrl I J ih xtratrt
fif rrrdry irrallarly
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or ttio III.'IIIATI
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v4tk emit limeTf.-it.r.
iaoecrcat power n. In CiiL.liiii:i: lour, in-
nil moderu tmircrinrutitrN'l a tt IIKsV
PIANOS AIAUI. TAcro tlrcnnn rl 1'iaioa
ere trarmnlrd Jr W jtr.in. I'lMCE.! 1-T.'tE-lini.V
I.CIW Ur rnh r part rn-.li eud
balance i moi-tbly pir; mr.tr. J'litLoa nrd
Creaui to rent kuiiI p.iil for kh rrr roem.ci.
AIJliNTS V.'WTi:!). Special I:ii-arccicnln to
tbo trade. Allbri.1 clUronut r Trarhrt. J,-.-ider,
Chirrhrn, tit-kvots, Jwlyvf tie. Jlloalmted
1IOIMM-H WATEI'S A: SONV.
4S 1 Brsadwoyt Weir 1 ork. I". O. Cox 35G7
FASHIONS and GOLD COIN PRESENTS!
SnuVs "bitat Dtcm Eletttor."
m Tfcw tur mart a
l epperPart o ih
e-sifti twroaif rias
T&tar-" flirt In. 1
1 jmlH ywr sktrf
t ay xtt ! then let
av TiLMtjful and Va
rt'onaWo Ttancer. it drwm t.:i
t fullness t tit brc. nwkioc tii
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J rtr, 45 f-ruta !u ICAileJ.
No. 313. Tula Costume wins tho admlraribi
of all. It-iscss of those, styles tht is snro to
please, cfpceiilly as it is eppropriato for any
material, anil requires less cou w iuaio urau
asYnthcrrnitiireonallicanlr. Itlsoncof tbe i
1 -ad i up rostames of ror city. Tao ftost tidy I
irillilnd it possesses jaitlbo peer: t charm llut '
linTirores I rr ftim-hita tho Flight or Iicricct
form may feel they were never so adrantupxHuJy
attired. Tho waist Is tho regular tabllchape ;
thcoTerkirt Is draped toformawidoruCIo cacli
tiuc ci mo Rasa, wcicn may do oi uu
eancerlUbbon. Kequireslo-fanlsof 87-
mcipxxisior enure poiu AD.mviu,
Tits; pattern, with clou model, 'arts.
No. of orcrskirt, 3721; pattern, with
eIothmoileLSjets. No. of nn!crkirt.
Slat pattern, wiu ejou mouei, jj as.
Mailed on receipt of price.
OR thn Patfrt-11 an I data Mod'taar tha ENTIRE
F-TTir mill 1h- tilVEV FltEK na PEmU. loaay prrmnt
who sendi 1.1( io vn. us ono year's aalncrlaUaa la the
A. BOSDEnE SMITH'S
FINE AHTS and P0UTE Literature.
Slnslo Copies 25 Centa.
Scbvr'pltoa Trier. 83 a year, poit-paM, laelodlajt a
preniiu imf Two Dollars' worth of patterns frcalu each
Vt tx-n.1 nir CERTIFICATES ft llti a-ionnt
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(Oppoiite the Potlqffict, Wkitutm nemu,),
Are prepared to do BLACxsxrrni-to of all
kinds. Special attention given to
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J. L. PETERS, 843 Broadway, H. Y.
SPRING WAGONS AND BUGGIES
Made to order and warranted better than those
Grab Flows XCada to'Ordar
And guaranteed stronr anil durable. Repairing
of every description done on short notice, and
Wagox, Carkiace, Siox asd
done with neatness and dispatch.
Kt" The above Arm want aid Ibcy want those
Indebted to them to iay np
ESTABUUZXD 1809. . ESTABLISHED 18.
I Is. 1.0BTORIJP,
IOLA, - - - - KANSAS.
Dealer la Foreign suad Dosrastio
Passam tickets furnNhed firm all parts of
Europe to this ami all other pc'im m the United.
Interest Allowed on That Pf9sit3 as
Collection waJc vul remitted promptly.
DlSTBICT SCUOOL BONDS WANTED.
S3- Branch OJice for the Amtrletn Jmurante
i- -t t-tIt 1 1 iljwri3tl.m. lTWOf'ir DUiS
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most beautiful, attractive magazine to be
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who begins with taking it, NEVER dis-
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MUrs iKtratCu IFatteni Eazssi:'
Sainole Com . 3 Cents."
Subscription price, tl la a year postpaid.
One Dollars' worth of Pal terns erven to each
suoscnuerr kee as a premium.
$4,500.00 IN GOLD COIN TO GIVE AI1T!
We will give ti.OOl.OOin Gold Coin to r.-per
sons who send us tbe Unrest number of subscrib
ers to out ' World of ration," at 93 each, before
March 5, U76, as follcw. : To the getter up of the
Largest Cr..n J0O CO in gold coin
adUi-crclub ano.CO In gold coin
largest club IV) on in gold coin
4th largest club........ 130.00 In gold coin
th largest club I.00 in sold coin
Cth lannxt rtnh llil.OlIn mill rrtin
7th largest dub 100,00 In (told coin
nniargMicmn.,,..,,, a vf ja goin coin
aa.uu in goio coin
9th larmst club. . .
We will give a2OO.0O in Gold coin to 13 er.
son who send as the largest number of mibscrib
ers to our "Bazaar'' at 41.10 each, b fore March 1,
1873. As follows: To the getter up of the
largest Ulub tU in in gold coin.
.SdJargest club 200 to in gold own
3d largest club 1V).1 hi gold coin,
4th Urgest club ks.00 in tv'A toin,
Sth largest club lon.uv ia gold coin
Cth largest rlnb 7&.U ta tsht coil,
7th largest club S,o hi golil coin
8th largest club , gl 09 in Sold cobi
uth largest club..,.,,,, - ao in gold coui
-)th largest dab..,,..,. iCOiii Jol.l "oiij
11th Urgest dub,., a.Oftlngohlauin,
and so on to the 1334 largest club.
Yau irel a nmmlnm forverv anhdr-Hl, r ran send nn. And nnv ftntMrvltor rta nrnnlum
Both of these Gold,Uoin Present otferswlll be found at full length in the Stpiember nomtr, be
sides the piunes and postofllre aildresses of 102 ersons to whom we have jost paid stj,13 .00 in gold,
accordinc to oar ore-rious offers. You can write Io one or allafsbam. and thAw 1 tell vnalhtrn
do exactly as we ptsnue.
VflFR DP W way "s sen yoar 0WD suecr'Pl'on to either of our MagaineS
lUUn BEllU when you will get the first number and you Certificates of Pre-
miums, whic1nu can show, and at once bepin f-etUns suoMribers, cr send 25 centa
for one copyijpend Stamp for Fashion C.taloftie.
at DiiDnBTrr esBairu ti
awraasv-b i is wiwss a aat
and so onjto tbe C3tb largest club
3.1 00 in gold cobi
z. uu in gom com
914 Broadway, New York City '
South Side Public Sqttare, Iola, Kansas.
1 nTJVT0 UTalllpTT ir tbe hpt. cheaiiest and
UDl'lO WnllltlJ fastit lellins Bil.le eter
t'Utiliheil. Senil forour extra tenus to aeints.
National, Pun.Co., Chicago, III. or St.Louis.Mo.
AddreAS, G ;!. Walker,' Ene, Pa.
AGENTS. 20 ELEGANT OIL, CIIUOMCH.
mounted, size 911 for $1. 120firS". Largest
variety in the world. Nattovai. Chvomo Co.,
ST-lw PhiladeljAia, Pa.
PrnUTTln The Honda Agricvlluriit. Weeklr.
riiUiUUn $.1 a jear. Send 10c fur secimeh.
W'allontfCo , Jacksonville, Florida. State where
jou saw this. 57-lw
Kind Beadlncr, Faychomaner. Fascination
Sfful Charming itetmerum and Marriage Guide,
showing how either ttx may fascinate and gam
lueiuieanuiuecunn oi an-, er8on iney cnoo.e
instantly. Price, by mail SO cents. Rememlrr,
tint is not a""mere circular, but a book ot -too
luges. Address. HUNT CO..
l-MtsouthTth'Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Pleasant and Profitable Employment,
'lieauliml!" "Charming!" O, how lovel!"
"What are they worths" Ac. Sah are the ex
clamations of thove w ho tee tile large, elegant
new ebromos pnHlucril by tl-e Euro-ui & Amer
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pictures, they jieat ibrthenuelics. Canvasi-era,
agents, and lad.eand gentlemen out of emplo)
raenr, w ill And this the lient oieningeverotTereil
to make money. Fur full inrtietil irs eIld t.unp
forconliiicntul circular. Aildrru, F.GI-EASON
&. Co., 738 Washington street, Boston, Mas.
W e ill proi e, by Tacts and our splendid Illus
trated circulars ar.d extra terms, that our lew
iMKik, Livi-si.stonk's Lira ad Exi-lokatiox!
andl.A;T Joi uvalx, outsells any other. In hi
nun Itiignaee, and lbeonlrrrnnIcelowpnreil
No matter what on think write and
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