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EOfsE MERTON'S NEW .TEAR'S EVE.
1 OIi il imi eA i Inn it u'fie i UtTt nvitr
anylliinjj so provoking, uud to happen
on New Year's Eve, too, Of all days in
tho yo.ir. It's enough to try tho pa-tk-nco
of a (taint," exclaimed Mrs. Mcr-
tou to her nltico Rose, sinkiii'' into a
itclien chair andultui)iiiir her Lcllourml
ml in an ostomy- of doHimir. "To
k tho oven bhould go and nraek
, Keubun and yonr undo away, and
no to go to the village, ami all I ho
o pica to bake!"
Wouldn't I ro to tho villn-a1. auntie?
lie tinman in in. 1 could brinir him
:k with niu.
I'm afraid it's a lon-r walk for vou,
" dissented Aunt Mt-rton. J5ut
her doubtful tone, Rose knew she
It will not take me anv time to rtit
dy, and I don't mind the cold. I'll
tlli mindly cnoii'-li to keep warm. In
icro any errand to do ut the villniro
other than to tell Mr. Johnson about
the range, and get him to come over at
.A'.. t .1.!. I . . I
i uiiiik tim, uuienti you gel mo
paper of pin and a couple of stout
urning needles. I don't know as I've
ot anv that'll do in ...itv il... t.ml.li.i,.
up wlili to-morrow. Ami tell John -ion
to hurry down here, for all I he pie arc
ready forbakin'. And. Kos,. did I nut
o itii:iru of miik or three into that
You put three in. auntie, but ton
id you would add a little more when
came to till the pies."
a. so l ilid. I hope you ry w rapped
Jh. yen; I'm well wrapped, really.
" i i me oilmen oui, aunue, ior
snotl l;fc I :irk to he II finish the I.rik-
md Ro-e l-t herself out Ht the
i door, and as mioii walkin"
' over the ( wo miles of fro-.lv road
y between the (arm and the near-
wax, indeed, a bitterk euld dav:
wind shrieked tliMtiallv thronirh the
t leaflex. trees: and tint nkies were
en. Hut Kue Merton did not mind,
bull'eiiu, of the wind and ln-r ran.
walking kciiI her joung blood ling
ln :i!tliftillv through her veins and
inmg in - vect pink patches in her
tin.'y paly cheek.", and she felt a'mosl
i anoiii ;! she sited swiftlv aldiir
eing aaiii-t time. She did the two
iii"s i!) ri-t iiaii-an-iKjur, and ran tri-
i .phan'.ly Ui the steps of Mr. John-
n's diop. Hut her elation was annie-
hat damped when she found that the
entlem.in in question and both of his
pprentiees were out. mid could not
lossibly jlo a thing to the broken rango
re rridav; unless, to accommodate
ho next (lav being New Years -thev
uld work at it late in the evening oi
lv in I he morning.
'Oli, but thev must come to-night,"
id Rose. "Here! I'll write nmcsMigi,
id leave it for Mr. Johnson. It would
dreadful if auntie were not able to
k anv New Year's dinner. Some
akfast I Hiipposo she could get in the
i'C, but sus couwn t roait turkey
having written her note and pur-
1 the pin? and needles. Rose
1 tier face liomeward, walking as
ilv as she could, and easting about
mind how Aunt Susan was to
te pied. .She had just hit upon u
nd was really laughing at their
ty in not thinking of it before,
i sotinu oi wheels came hwuuv
road, and then stooped at her
e trlanced ut. It was Ralph
He raised Ins bat as she
bweet, fluslied face to his,
re you going home? Will vou let
ake vou. Miss Merton? Thero is
tv of room, you see, and it is
ghtfully cold day for walking."
"I have not found it so," said Rest
rowing suddenly calm and cold, "and
prefer walking to driving, thank you
He looked serious and almost hurt.
Rose," he said, auito softlv, bending
arer her, "inav wo not, at least, bo
The young face grow harder and
No; I don'tcaro about adding to my
nonds. I cannot help your be
cquaintance, but I have no do
ok upon you in any other light
rning, Mr. Jiornloti.
mng: man raised bin ploadlnsj
that, struck his horse angrily.
bed awav, leaving Hose con
at tho day was very cold, tho
long, tho wind piercing, and
ii sky horribly gloomy and do
t conic before this evening or
rrow? And what are we to do,
fi tired out, poor child?" ex
d Aunt Siit-an. in digress as Rose
d wearilv into a chair and print.
results of her walk.
Oh, no! I'm not tired ju:-t a liitln
ot breath ith the wind and walk'
lso fast," said Rose, biisklv and ro
'ugly, just as her tall coiimii, Hon
nil a crv red nose and red lin
htcpped within the. kiteh. n door.
nv, where has Rose been this cold
rcable day? liQipiestioned, rather
IMertou called his attention to
n range and acquainted him
I domestic tribulation-).
.now, that's too bad! Rut
nil come to-u'ght. I'll bring
And I in r-orrv leise has
initid it a bif," sviid Hose,
v at his solicitude, "a in
vnl; it was so dicadfully cold
nt until I was coming home.
l', I've thought how we can
baked this verv Hflernoonl
riio old oven in mo woou
know," objected Mrs. Mer-
thavcu't used that oven for six
tars; but 1 suppose we can
l think no; uTTly it must bo
lv, and nueds a good ovur-
fi It'll 'in erihl 'nrlr enri'i imr
fs out there. But, if vou lliinft
rin manage it. I'll clean it nut.
vou and Roso gel sumo dinner.
fer'll be ni) iu u few miuute.i."
lis mother thought thoy could nian-
', and Roso was sure they could; and
Mo yr.ung man went oll'to the wood-
f, while Hose lam I no riinner-tnble
Unit Susan curved Some cold meat,
fo tea. and got a plentiful supply of
e, pie ami preserves in lieu of warm
1'lif.v were all id the tublo before Ron-
b, who had been twieu called, came
troui the wood-hoits.e, washed bis
hands and joined his p.irent an.! ci,ii.,ln
"It was no small job to clean out that
oven, I can tell you," he laughed. "He
sides all the dust, and cobwebs, and
fallen mortar, those children of Aunt
Caroline's, when they were here last
Summer, had plavod in it, and about
filled it with berries, flowers, and mud-
Fiies; and they loft some dolls' clothes
n it; and I found a letter of yours there,
Rose. I don't suppose it is of any ac
count. Some old one?" rather qiies
tionly, as ho drew the yellow, smeared
envelope from his pocket and handed it.
across the table to her.
"No; not of any account," said Rose,
giving one glance at the address, and
thrusting it into her pocket, and taking
a big swallow of ten to keep her last
mouthful of cake from choking her.
"Well, I got it clean at lard, and built
a roaring lire i u it," resumed her cous
in, "andl'll rake it down and carry
out the tirst hutch of pies for you, after
I've seen the cattle fed."
"Thank you. That's nice," nodded
Rose. May 1 be cm-immI now?"
And away the girl liew to her own
room to tear open i he letter Reuben had
brought her, imd which was addressed
la Ralph Dornton's handwriting. Shu
had said, truly, that it was of no ac
count no account, now but sho could
not rest until she had read it.
She- had but a moment to spare, but
it w as long euougli to read the brief,
"KOHF., I Hlil e,eiielleil to leovn homo vrry
au'l'leiily wiiblir'rt lew hours, to see my mo
th, r. hho ha liiel r su'J'Ipii und iliinircrou ri
lupn. mid my duty to her nere-fltatei) my bo
hut without rvuu' R furcwidl I" von. How 1
ahull enitiro thn or four weeks of HNcnce
from you I don't know, for 1 have leHrni-ri to
love you co dwr!v ih it 1 mn only hupey when
I am'with you. f write this lirti n.l of naylng
it, because I ciintiot wait until my return to
know whether 1 am us d.-jar to you ns you, my
(Ihi llnjr, are to me. 1 have .IhicI to hopu tbnt
you love me uml will iimrry inc. If my hopes
are founded tipuu truth, will you writn tu mo
iiiitncdlHtely, ntvlnif you an ..pt ine as
'Voiir Inilhtul lovi-r,
U Al.l'K IWjRNTti.V.
"J. S. If you ( dniiot my'Ye' to ail 1 bopo
and nk, tin not write tne hi all."
And to reali.e that she had put from
her forever the cup of happiness.' She
bathed her head with icy water to still
its throbbing, and thrust the letter over
her heart, it might U; to ease Hh aching,
and went down and slipped softly outof
the side door, nud ran nearly all the way
to Ilarewoud, wjjr'i was half a
mile from the farm. There she handed
a note to the servant, and started rap
idly for home again. Tho note was ad
dressed to Mr. Pornlon: and as that
young man was reading in the "itting
room, it mioii fell into his hands, lie
tore it open to find another envelope,
and upon it, written in a girl's tine
" This uever reached me nil t.wlav.
He glanced at the letter, his letter to
Rose iu June, and then with a very sav
age exclamation dashed out to the boy
who had been scut to tiie farm with it,
and frightened the lad into confessing
that he did not deliver tho letter to Miss
Rose in person, but to two little girls
who were playing in the yard.
"I've half a mind to thrash you with
in au inch of your life!" he muttered, as
he flung a saddle on his horse; "and I
may yet, too."
Then lie dashed away into the dark
ness. And as lie fairly Hew over the
frozen read l.e came up with Rosu lie
fore she reached the gales nf her home.
"Hose, is it you?" lie cried, throwing
hinief from his horse. And though
she made no answer he knew, aiid
caught the tired, trembling girl in his
"It ii jo", (hi ling. Tell me that
that I do not come too late!" ami he
knew by the way her head Mink upou
his shoulder what his answer waj.
A few minutco'hter Roso and her
lover walked into Aunt Sunn's presence-
with such bright (..ecs that they
had ii ) need to confi s their secret,
though she did declare, afl'Twards, that
she " never 'ns liiiilrate I iu licl
And Rom thought tin-to had novel
Wen such a happj day in any girl's life
as wa-. that N.-w Year's Kve iu hers,
when the rdd lady ki.- e.l her kindly and
"Well, I'm glad for j mm. Ro.-e. Yes,
I'm glad, .b ai'. You ought to bo happy,
and I know Mr. Iioiuton will do all in
bis power to make jou so."
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Mid cough, prompt measures of relief
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olank, save for a number of straight
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quiillties, and the waakn-t Invalid use it to advan.
I ii go It la partlciUarlrht'tictliial to ;he aged and
debilitated, and suited to the various allmuuts that
affect, thu weaker aet. It, lain every respect A
WINE TO UK KEI I lil) ON.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho P. J. KIIERHV tsa wine of Super'or Char
acter and artikaaoftha rich qua! Ilea of 'ha grape
from wb rn It, la made For Purity, Ulchna, Kla.
voi and Medicinal Properties, It will bo lonnd un
excelled. Spccr'H P. J. Brandy.
This Bit ANDY tan.la uiirlva'ed In thla Country
being far superior for medicinal purpoaea It I a
puredlatlllatlou In) Ihe grape, and rou'Una vab
nahle medicinal prnpnrtlns. It baa a delicate fla
vor, slm lartothatof Ihe arapea, (him which It la
distilled, and ia In great rav ir among iirt-riaea
fHinllUa. Kee that the ingnitura of AI.FHKU
l, IS. J.
, Ii over Ihe cork of ua?h
Wold By PAUL. SOU U1I
AND BY DBUOOI8T8 BVERYWIltCRE.
li H Vl
U wiri''.(,ii.w..,.'..'Kvi U
RfiOT&SO?sS liSUSiC CO'Ji
NEW 90-p. LAND CATALOGUE FO?
1883 8ENt FKEE to any addrei," 180 nine,
tratamaof ail kind, of ilRASS, GtRMAIf
B'LVtit ami REED luatruuiBnta, touetbai
with full lattruetloDt for forming Bande,dJ-
Vicl'in an.l ln..ia.il..M .-
WHAT and HOW to purchaj terwa for
gold or el er pUtiug, repalrlnK. &o. Will alto
',lf;l!lre our Jt""t a OrehfMrL
(M, a I p. lateit pi.tmlar muaic A.l.irear
FMrtot, U'e la aweuplng by, ro
J 'Wt I I and dm e het.iro yeudle, aom...
tiling mi.niv nnd autilimn
leave hthltid toconqiiertlmo."
f oa a week in your own town
Five Dollar otnDt ire. No
rlak. Ev-rylhlng new Capital not required. Wo
will furnish yun everything. Many ara makluij
fortnnea, Laillet mnk aa much aa men and boya
and glela mka great pay K.-adur, if you want
huaiimaa at wh'ch you can make great pay all tha
Urne, wrlta for particulars to II. H vLLETT CO,
CIiiIin oilers the wm-Htmeiinnof nuihliiirnynlrm'iilily
ir.iiii.fr.Mii lnv.niiiionix.il (uiitof lnwiiartiiuniilealliig In
Eivh nv.'inln.TK.'K tlie U'lioln u( roiiililned ranltnl ot tna
Club. 10 to Iiki par cent. Imi.lrn.U i il inoiiililv. l(a
Kirtaof oioriul.MiseMt ea.h mernlnr. 6liaie lileafh,
IfnUmn b!e. nonii-t-ible, iniin-feiul lo. A rvUnlile e..r-r-miiilent
wanted Ineeery town, h e. fnl in.ln.enienia,
Exti'tniHierr CiriMi'ar ent fo e. A'Miim It. E. KshualL
Co, 177 Si l; La&illo HtnCIilCA(IO, IhU
AHD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And enr mtiny other Fl.-ctro-Oa vnnic an.1 Maimetla
A.plt..iu'es und 0rmriU , re Invnl.inhle. and a aura
cure ior .-verToua imniiirj n1rHi711s.r4.11e1.a7. uneiiron
tlam. Overworked Urnln. EiliHiistlna or l.u of Vital
1'neruy. Weak Dark. Kidney I.Immim. I.nna. Llvar and
ritoroach Comidelnts, and n.e n.taled to F.1THIB
IX. Theae npiillancea ara the vary latest lra.rnad
and entirely diffornnt (rom hells and all others, aa tbaf
poaiiivly naneriile contlnunna current, without aclda,
causing no wirm n.'r Irritation of tbe skin ci.n b
worn at wora na well ,-a rest, and ara only notlc-eohla to
tha we .rer. Iha t'ownr la reeulat, a. as to mtut thm
different stattea of ail ditei.ses vhern Eleclrlo and
juoguoiic. ireutmeni ia 01 uencui 1 nose ror
Cure Immtkcy. Semdial Weaksmj, Lost Kcsod, m
Th'-y Cura when all f!r, fills. Our lhftoratd
PampnVt Mn- 1 1 I ... vidupe un rcoeli.t ol toaota
How aid Elect ro-Mnifne! Ie Ineclea, (I ir 1 air by mall.
AMCniCAM ca'va:jio CO.,
312 N. 6th St., St. Louis, MO,
K N'J .1. - , iete II tl, froutin mi l.-'vu.
aucouU and rtatlroud streets,
Tb Caesengvr D. not ot thn Chicago, St. I.otila
an'- .ow Orleuus: Illinois ti-utml; Wabash, St.
Louie and I'aclHc; iiuii Mounuiin and S.niilieru,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairi aud St. Lotus Hallways
arc all Just across thu struel ; while tbe Stvatuhuai
LHiiding is but one s.iunru distuiit,
Tine llott'l ia heated by atoam. baa steam
Laundry. Il.vdra..!lc Klvvatur, Klut-trle (!nll Hells
Automatic rirc-Alamie. Hatha, almoluiely pure air
period sewerage aud i.onipluto apioliitin..'Ula.
but.orb furuishiugs; petfocl tvici and an tin
ti. P. PAHK1CK M CO.. I.oiai.opai
I N V E S T 0 R S
Desiring Fir t clues
' I V 1 0 1". N L)
1'aylilii Stocks cr Bimua vl.-ldlnt;
TKN ViSK t:iiST. Per annutn, and over,
may obtain full ptrtirii'are, with aailxfuctory refer
i tic.-s ind tinM m.mials, bv a lilr.-slng II. HI.AIS
HKI.I.. I'ln'l Ag't. Ooniru.-at., Uoaton, Jlnsa.
M ntl.in thla papur.
rurv0f S.:riiful,lJiuiH.:i, Built, Tfilt r, in-i .Sor,
6 on Met, -litrouriial lUiMiim:, i;itt.rti i.o ur
Anpt'lit. rtml Cimiplainli. in-i at. rtloort
rilltttRtil. It nrvtf llilti. All ilnu'tat 4 lid
curiutry itoru iv))T w II H. II. K H-tlir
ii I'd., rrtm'., I'Ut rturirti, mi cw tutiM.
INJKOTXOri, la Bponltlvo cm foenll Dlarliarttes,
Btinclott, Hirartmu; Hud au;tul SueatiotiB ol tha
ffil OOPrl,tli.I'riiiibj!ll(lruic '
r , V i p."'" or eaiu bv Exii-ena on v.
C'Tufof pr'.co, JOHN I). I'A.t'C ft BO ITH
1neud 177Gy.-iimoreW. UIMUIHNATl)
OillO. tleiUfoinuuUim tblapapor. r
"lp dplearealwineon I lie look
I lout for t hai.cos to increase
I J lout for
am lugs, and In tlmu
una wen. ihv: those who
ilu nut lmnr..vn ih ir opp r-
tiinll lea remain In poverty.
We offer a groat chance lo tuako money. Wo want
miitivinen,iim.iii, hoys and girls m work ior us
right In 'hulr own localltlna Any one ran do tha
work properly from the first aiart. Tha hits nesa
will pay m-re th u ten times ordinary wages Kx
pensiveoiilll furuUhfl'1 fine. No "lie who ungaucs
la! a to make money rap (Ilv. You can dev. to
your whole tlm 1 1 'hn work, or oulv your spa e
tunui.-lita. fil l I'lform-ilioti and a l t al la ne.-ded
aon-fnM. Au Iress SPIN HON A 00. l'ort'.and Me.
Caiim. Tli... Decemhor B'h, KM'.'.
Tha regular auuiiil m.i"ting of th.i stot-kholdera
or tlm (!itv National Bink. of Cairo, fur Ih-i nr
pose ofaoleclu 'soveii directors, wll he held at the
i.fllce.tf Id bank, In ibis cite, on Tuondav, Janua
ryutb.l.l. 1'o'ls npou at 1 1 o'clock a. m. aud
cioaa at 1 oM k p. m. of said rlav.
Id. TilOS.W UAUIOAY, Oaabler.
Thoaa dealring to make money
on iiimll und medium invoatuianta
in Krain, provislona and atook
apeoulutlona, oun do so bv operat
ing on our plan, Kron liluy 1st.
tnni, M,i.iin I'rearnii.iace, omnvaat-
W nCAI E h '"'''''(""".oaanpronti
....... ..u.; tn.,r,ri, HI
viiatora amounting to aavoral timoa
the original Inv. attnent. Pn flta
paid firatofnvory liiiiiitli.atlllleav.
Ulil t ll nvl.il 1 1.
v, iiiTnukiiit'if. lima
KTftflf t ing money or pavablo on domaud.
t?iui3 hxniannanry olrculara and atate
k. Jtiotits of fund W sent fre. We
T I II II want reaiamalble au-enta, who will
iJ I U U "rrmrt on eropa and Introdtic the
" w w Plau. Liberal commiaaiona pavld.
FLEMMISQ & MRRIAW,c,"V."h....
Ma tor lllock, riiirago.ri.'
N KW ADV t'. 1(1 1 ,1 K M KNTs.
Mason & HAMLiJf
CiDP V TLi"ru ''cr'ainly brst, having been
"'"creed at every Great
, , ' " r d'a Industrial ( oinp tltlon
for Sixin.-n leiirs; no oilier American orgkLt hav
Ing been lound cq iaUtaiiv. Also cu.-npeat. bt.yla
'9: a! ociave; sulllcl. ut compaa and power
Willi best qtialty, for popular sacred and secular
muelc In so, i oul s or fomllli". at oulv f2'i. t-na
nndredo her slvlea a' :ti). ',7 M arc! ? aoi
IHW 8114. t-i t On. and up. The larger atylea are
wholh unrivaled by, anv other nrgaua. Also for
iia.v payments. w Illn-irte I t ataloguo free.
Tbe .MASon' A HAMLIN Or 'an and Piano t o.
1M TreWnlit street. Iln'toii! Ill Ka.t 14th street
(Onion -q'inro), .e Vork; till Waii.sh Avenue,
YOUNG M MN ?l.wn".n!er,T!'c?'tt-
. 1 ' " hi -.'ii i up. nuu if
Cerillin nf H nilUHlil.lJ. mlrlr.. V'l.L.r.tiiti ksMtrt.,.
Janeetvilio, w jr.
NcwepnpaiT AilviirtlMK Uuroim, 10 Spruce ut N.Y.
PARSCKS1 PURGATIVE PILLS .t&l
Blood, and r .lci.riiilHtely clinif tho blood in tha en
ure ayat.ni in three ini.hs. Any perann who will laka
1 pill each niRlit frfun 1 to lii weeks tnnr be retnred
to otind health, if such a Ihn.K l.ei.timil.le. Hold ev
erywhere, nrsetit t.vmail fr t leiiBr st.i.npa, 1. 8.
J JU.sao.N 4 Co., liostuu, Masa., furuiiil l. Wior, M
SLW ADV KUTlSKM I NT;i
I i,av, a .aitlva .1- tu.. aiw. e . Lt Ita
e ih.itian.is of fi-c-1 of tnn ncr-i l.l- .l ut. I of una;
..., i, k ..M, v ira'.u .in. ii. ..tu-,., ii - r r,', ,i- e. niv iKI.a
.it It;, e'lleney, tit .t I x. ii' ....i.n .io i tipy, to-
tetheeirlthaVAM'AIII.K itHATISK in. t.. Jiwiu,t
Myauflgicr. OlvuVi...-i.i. r i.. ml in
K. I. A. riLUiL.U. 1st l-..nij.i.,Sc York.
While Wrest In,' w lb a Fulleu 1 roe a L mburman
R icuivi-s (.'onsKitieut a'. Pam p is.
While on a hunting . xcursiou In tha great coal
and wood r.-gi.iu renr i iuI.oi tli o I n., the writer
met riiam Coll a lintibcrin i i. .U.:Us:iunod to
life and labor m thu for-iM fr. m ear1)- in inbo..(l, ha
was a true K-ilgU' ..i" thu Axe .Mimv a tree bad
falleu bef.ra bis rlti Ing sirolas, ami fl ulaufrafta
bad burne aw.y to mar et too eawvd prodncta.
Coll Is a character, atvd If 0car vVI dn Is right In
aay'ng tj.it alt movements in i.tililiniurod labor are
graceful, our frlvnd Wllllutn, stripped for hla work,
and attacking a irt-v n Ktcbard I, m-a-ilted tha
heavy do ir-ol rro t do Pn-ul'a Castle mut hava
presented an ad tr.bie tictnro
One d .y, however but let him tell the atorj
hlnittir, as he tul.l t io me:
' I urn out in i tie wooda y.iu know, trying to
ei art I,., g d.iiMi it b .1. T hit klua I coitid get a
hi-tter purchase n li from 'be lower ido, 1 tackled
it there w ill my lot; r Ki.iv hook and throw my
welghl ou I'll1 b ver. Min eiiirt-d she did, but aa
luck wotiiil have t, b. foio I ciu!d g t out of tha
way, sho r.iliudrgl.t . ver ni. It It hadu't been
for a lot ol amall limoa imd li ueh ljlng in tbe road
wbl. h lifted ber up, ahu'd u crushed n.e flat. Aa It
waa I got up without a broken bono, but with soma
mighty bad brnleea "
"Then jon were all righ ," sai.l hie auditor.
"Not bya blan.od alght, stranger. I to-ik cold
rbenmattsm set In, and, if I hadu't heard of BEN
SON'S CAPCISE PORT'S l'LASTEKH and
naed'em.ll'a my opinion I should never hav
made another ch pfly. but ihe Capclno took hold
qui. k, and Cm about aa good aa new. But there'a
ona thing you kin calkllate on: -I shall never
wrast'o with another log unless t have the advan
tage of the ground F ir, aa I tidd vou before, If It
hadu't been for them brushes I'd been smashed so
yon co ild a lold me for a door mat."
The Capclne la tho thing for rheumatism. It
dnen't keep you waiting The word CAPCINB
la cct iu the center of tbe genuine. Trie SAcanta.
hcahury (t Johnson, ( betnista. New V. rk.
FAHMLR'S f-ON'8 XT) DAUGHTERS
Or any Active Man ni Woman
in Cash, working f rtha American Farmer.
Address K A. K. 11 ACKr TT, Fl Wayae, Ind.
.'or all TJtiioa Koldleni IMPfJCICC
fl.tnl.lorl Inllnnnfrlutv IllllllLllL
ifpcii-ion.LawainnPihcj ot iii.v ana
.mo Llliirul. Ail riLAnQ Bounty to
'nlotnoldlors reported on rollsaa descrteri
JISCHARCES nKcnd ts&
c-nt Manual t STOPOART A CO.,
413 U hueet uauing ton, u U
Fdiioaterl and practleal (rrowpja notraSKBtit to onf
motto "'Hint the luillinr North fx-eilai nr
irown Ihe eiirller liii Ir product Mill be."
we oiler tlila year a full line ol hUin.lar.l lotatoea.
true tonanie, (crown ou dryuplan-l; Kcot. li J-yle and
Jllilehtoin Wheat i While Knaaiau(.).t'-, J:t:ln;iCab.
bfcfe, sldti tieonewceitearlierlhriii I'ur'y York; our
North Htar Yellow Ivht Corn still bikes the lead, ana
for fodile.r iae.iuil to iry ; of onion se. il. toniatoea,
rarrota, iw.ta. &e..Ao., a full luie anil brrfe crop, all
lJirrowthoiioiirowri fimiia. Wild la for nnok
Ptnida alwayannhnad f'ir Bpnug- or F.-'l sowing.
?tdt Annual iStalocne. Jrm. V. 91. Ml. f('AI,F,
li'tna rib.'t,Nlir na
I. Alv Mwierola (laaaof rn.nwtio makc aar;
elaltv ot illetw.T, ha. wlilienl ilontu tn-ataU anl tur(4
ni.m rase. I
k. ..n.ni. h,..o.ii.nli.lilniri wa na n-nrn oi fum. or
a,nrfih u.vMMftill earr.l hv Mia.
has Buhll.li.rt a en thla ditnaa, vikn haeo.la
with laraatTi.Hnf hlawanaerfuleiira frra fa aajr.af.
V!T Pi, A. atUUMUS K.,V"rifta