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THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC
T E. SUnLKTTK, ITorRiKTon.
FRIDAY JANITAUY. C.
The Missouri Legislature
will return Cockreli to tho Senate
and i ndorse Frauds for a cabinet
Columbia will ask the Leg
islature to appropriate $300,000
forbaiidiugs. Onethiug particu
larly needed, it is claimed, is a
olub house. Just why a club
lic-uso is so badly needed 13 not
The organization of the Il
linois legislature took place
"Wednesday. For tho first time
since the" davs of Douglas the
Democrats haye complete control
of both branches of tho general
The white-cap outrage in
Clay township, is being investi
gated by the grand jury this week,
and it is thought that substantial
progress will be made in unravel
inc Eome of the mysterious work
thar has hitherto baffled the grand
juries in the investigation of this
case. The investigations should
be kept up until the stain is wiped
Mr. Hatch was very anxious
during the campaign to leave the
selection of postmasters to a pri
mary election. lie considered
that, he said, as the fairest way as
itjgave the people a voice in the
matter. Since the election ho re
pudiates the primary as he is
afraid his friends will not bo pop
ular enough among tho people to
get the offices.
The gold and commercial
marKets present a striking statis
ts! contrast at the close of the
present calendar year, only equall
ed by the extraordinary conditions
which obtained in and at the close
of 1S91. For, as then, with foreign
trade largely in our favor, gold
has gone out of the country in
increasing volume, l pproximately
to the net amount of 850,000,000
or more for the year.
Iho Sioux City, Chicago &
Baltimore is not the only railroad
corporation that has an eye on the
undeveloped territory from Aller
ton, lo , to Hannibal, Mo. It is
now r 'ported that the Great West
ern will put a locating party in
the field in March. This party
will start from Council Bluffs and
after reaching Allertou, lo., will
follow very closely tho survey
made by tho Sioux City, Chicago
& Bnltimore. As Sioux City is
becoming a formidable rival of
Omaha, it is not strange that an
effort will bo made to get a line
through this country into Umaha,
instead of permitting it to go to
From Our l'.einhr Correspondent
Washington. Jan 2, '03.
Representative Springer, of Ill
inois, is U6iinlly what might be
called a mild-mannered sort of a
man, but his ire can be aroused;
in fact, it has been aroused and he
i3 now as angry a fellow as any
ono would care to see. Ho has
been "skunked" in tho game of
politics, and ho behoves that a
''cold deck" was used against him.
Springer is ambitious those who
do not admire him say far beyond
his abilities. Bo that as it may,
everybody iu Congress knows
that Springer is ambitious. It
will not bo forgotten that ho was a
candidato before tho Democratic
caucus of the present House for
Speaker, and that at an opportune
moment ho threw tho few votes
he controlled to Crisp, nud the re
sult was Crisp's nomination and
election. Another result that
CrisD was so grateful that he
made Springer chairman of what
is always when in competent
hands tho most prominent as well
as important committee or tue
Housa Wa s end Means not
withstanding earnest pretests
against such action from Demo
crats who had years ago sized up
Springer's brain power.
As Chaiimau of the Ways and
Means Committee, Mr. Springer
has not only made a failure, but
he has made himself tho laughing
stock of a majority of his own
party in Congrees by his "pop
gun" tariff bills, which were re
ported from his committee and
passed by the House at tho last
Bession. But that was not plain
to him. for ho recently announced
hiniBelf as favoring tho Cleveland
t iriff programwhatever thot may
ba and was instrumental in se
curing pledges from Democratic
nminlwra of tho next House to
UU uv-.vx -
xot for tho re-election or. apeuuer
Crisp, whicli ho fondly hoped
would givo him a "lead pi pi"
oiuch" ou tbo chairmanship of the
VyB nud Moans Committee of
the next llouso, n position which
promises to give its holder much
uoiorioty, if no ctnnl fnmo, dni
iug the life o tho Fiftv-tbild
When Speaker Crisp returned
from that L-mch bilked of confer
ence with tho ' President-elect,
with th.j Cleveland trade-mark
stamped all o or him, things b-
gan to get 60 slippery uuu?r Air
Springer's feet that ho wondered
why some inventive gonitis had
never put political ice-creepers on
tho market, and oven while he wax
wildly waving his arms in an iit
tempt to keep his balanci, both
forwent out from under him,
ami he saw it written among the
stars that his ecalp had been de
manded bv Mr. Clevei.nd hwI
promised by Mr. Crisp, and then
he fully realized that the tariff
bill to be prepared perhaps "ap
proved" Jb tho proper void -by
tho Ways and Means Committee
of tho next Houeo will, not bear
tho name of Springer.
Maortuuee never come siuely.
While Springer was meditating
on the suddenLess of his fall and
tho vanity of ambition, ho was in
formed that tho man he hates
above all others, Hon. W. R. Mor
rison, had been endorsed by the
entire Illinois delegation, himself
excepted, for p. seat in Mr. Cleve
land's cabinot. Now you know-
why Springer is the maddest man
in Congress. Ho still wears a
button-hole boquet, but the ex
pansive smile which was orstwhile
tho most prominot feature of his
face has vanished, perhaps forev
er, aud ho has the look of a mau
who is working his nerves np to
tho point of doing something des
perate. S3nalor Allison returned to
Washington to-day. Needjess to
say that he was warmly welcomed
by his Sanatoria! colleagues aud
his friends, both in and out of
public life. He called, on the
f resident at once and tliey had an
boar's talk about the deliberations
of tho International monetary
conference, to which Senator Alli
son was a delegate. Tho Senator
agrees with Secretary Foster in
believing that the conference has
accomplished some good although
failing of any practical results.
He declines to express an opinion
as to whether any sort of agree
ment will be reached by the com
mission when it re-convenes next
Now Year's day has usually been
tho most brilliant of tho year in
Washington, but this year is an
exception. The first day of the
year falling on Sunday, to-day is
observed as the holiday, but the
gorgeous reception at the White
House, with all of tho diplomatic
corps in the full court costume of
their native countries, all of the
army, navy and marine officers in
fall dresB uniform and the officials
of the executive, judicial and leg
islative departmtuts of the gov
ernment, is sadly missed. In
stead of being tho scene of this
briuht pageant, the White House
is in quarantine, Decauso of the
ease of scarlet fevr with which
the President's grand-daughter ia
confined to her bed. There are
no official receptions being held,
and tho number of private rece'p-
tions is very much smaller than
usual, as many of our most prom
inent tvoplo omitted them as an
evidence of their sympathy for
the President aud his family.
Weather cold and roads good.
Piolrocted meetings are in prog
ress at Bryant and Triuity.
Tho Sperry Literary Society is
Mr. Alonzo Taylor, of Sullivan
county, is visiting friends nud rel
atives in this community.
Mrs. Anna Fort ney visited her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Car
rier, list week.
A number of our young people
attended tho entertainment at
Fair Yiow, Xew Years eve. They
repoit a good time.
The prayor-meetiug and song
service at Bethel on New Yeais'
day were enjoyed by all present.
Tho social event of last wek
was tho watch party at Mr. Wm.
Gordon's. Those present were
Misses Bessie Otto, Lutie Lowe,
Alice, Sadio and Ollie Mussou and
Nellie Reynolds. Messrs Losa
Musson, illie Reynolds, Willie,
Ed and Dave Otto, Walter Cole,
John Hall. Robert, Dee and John
Waddill, Frank Ratliff and John
Seigle. The evening was spent
in games until the New Year,
.vheu all departed for their homes
feeling that they had sopnt a hap
py aud prolitablo evening and
wishing each other many happy
returns of tho day.
A. C. lvowlisou aud
visiting at yaconda.
T. E. Markey spent tho holidays
with his parents of this place.
Henry Withrow of Knox Coun
ty, spent several days recently
among his many friends of Adair.
Misses I.otta and Ola Hayes
visited their parents during the
F. D. Cook and wifo of Edina
are visiting t' o family of D.iuiol
. ., , 1 , .- I
I Dayid Clark is building au ad-
ditiou t- and remodeling his old,
residence; when completed it will,
ho a handtioiuo building.
Among tho mmy w no attended
tho funeral of Tho-. Woloh we
noticed, John Clark and sister of
Stiljlotirt, Jotiu Ittioy, L Broiio
audi). Taylor and wife of Baring,
and J. Welch of 13 htm.
Misses Maggie and 131 hi Mul
doru or! Kirkavillo spent tho holi
days with their p-irontu.
Miss Nellie Ro .van of Com City
lJttsiness College, Quincy, return
ed homo for the holidays and enter
tfiino'l her mauv friends vory
pleasantly Wednesday evening of
Mien Lizzie Quiun of Kirkeville
visited hro darning the holidays.
Mrs. Clem Cook and bro ther D.
O'Rourke of Qmncy, visited tho
family of M. C. Cody, Saturday
Miss Mary Ainslio after spend
ing tho holidays with relatives in
Marcolino returned Snndav.
Tlios. Welch, Son, after a ling
ering illness, bade farewel to this
world on . Saturday tho JUst ult.
and his remains, followed by a
largo concourse of friendn and
relatives were interred in St.
Mary's cemetery tho following
Monday. Deceased ws one of
tho ol lest and most highly es
teemed citizens of Adair Co., and
the bereaved family, have the
deepest sympathies ot your cor
respondent and of the entire com
Probate Court Docket.
Docket of settlements due from
Administrators, Executors, Guar
dians, and Curators at the ensu
ing term of the Probata Court of
Adair county, Missouri, to bo held
at tho probate court room in the
city of Kirkeville, on the second
Monday in February. 1S'.)3:
MONDAY, TFA'.. Ill, 1S93.
1. John G Kirk, admr of Har
vey Sloan deceased.
2. H E Patterson, admr of
Ghas Patterson deceased.
3. Owen Patterson, admr of
John W. Perry deceased.
4 Busted, admr De
bonis non of Oliyo H- Reggies
5. G B Brewingtou, ex of La
vina Ingham dec.
0. Angus Boyd, admr John G
TUESDAY, FEI5. 1-i.
7. James M William", admr
of Chailes Hamilton dec.
8. J G Dunham, ex W H Dun
8. Thos E and Walter Welch,
exs William Welch dec.
10. Judson O Jones, ex of the
estate of Harvey Jones dec.
11. Susan M Hombs, ex of J as
12. H T Keesee, G & O Piopst
V.i. Maitha C Riuehart, G &
C Rinehart minors.
WEDNESDAY, I'EIJ. 15.
13 Sarah J Deaton, G & C
Wm B Deaton.
1-J. Tyler Paine, curator El
bert Stamper minors.
10. G A (Tooen, U & U Jjola
B Fowler, minor.
17. James H Novingei. G & C
IS. Ghas Mabis, G & C Mabis
19. Abel McXerlin, guar Wm
THURSDAY, FED. 10.
20. B C Axtel, G iC Smith
21. J TJ Barnard, ex Abner
22. Rhodes Lowe, G & C Mel
vin B Lowe minor.
23. William Bragg, G & C
Zuchnriah Flynn minor.
23. James Wait, G it C Broyles
25 John Barton, G t C Trem
ble minors. Isaac Morgan,
Judge and ex-ofiicio clerk.
New York, Dec. 31, 1892.
Editor Graphic: Dear Sir
When 1 left Biashear Nov. 2S, 1
promioed friends to write a few
words for your columns. I arriv
ed here Dec. 2. and Dr. Phelps
of the Post Graduate Medical
school, Now York City, performe.1
the operation ou my feet the same
day, and at the time 1 pronounced
it a success, nor havo I the least
reason to say otherwise, iu fact it
is beyond mv highest anticipation
at the time 1 left home. My im
provement has been very rapic.
from the first aud a relapso would
bo au utter impossibility. 1 un
derstand the word was out at our
town there that ono foot relapsed.
There was never the least indica
tion at any time of a relepse. The
nurses in tho hospital are very
kind aud we have the best of care
and attention. 1 would advise
any ono with clubjfeetwho desires
treatment to come to Dr. Phelps.
He is success without a doubt.
Thanking my lBBny friends on the
Bmshear chaige for their kind
uess I close. Yours,
A. M. MoLESWORTn,
I'astor Biashear Charge.
W. H. Eckert will trade his stock
of dry goods, clothing, boots aud
shoes for town or farm property.
Address him at Biashear, Mo.
Countv Joint Pn ceeduigH.
IdaO. Willard motion to cor
Kict cironumiH'asseH.MU'Ujt K lotfa
J M Shoiibo resignation as ovor-flt't-r
.1 S Matter robignation n Jus
tice uoui-n accepted and Win O
Dituie.iH appointed to fill the va
cancy. Step'h Hull comr. icport on
Black bird bridge 'n Ninoyoh tp
The o Moyer bond for samo apr.
Stoph Hall contract Bijn Zoigler
building Sand crock bridge reins
Biou Zeigler bond for samo apr.
S Hall comr report on came aprv.
Tyler Paine bond bb co survey
Joseph Motter bond as conuty
Norlhup and Harrington pel for
public road continued to Feb term
Joseph Wood et al petition for
change public rood, declared pub
D J Hall et al pet for change
public road declared public high
way. BF Collins et al petition for
public rd.Comr rept nprd and fol
lowing jury were appointed to as
sess damages, 0 Corbin, G Bell
aud John Wood,
S Hall comr repot t Bear creek
S Hall comr report Reo.l creek
S Hall comr report Conway Salt
river iron bridge approved.
A T Still etal bond of tho Amer
ican school of Osteopathy for
distribution of bodies, approved.
Tho following school fund mort
gages having been satisfied vore
ordered released, John F Dodson,
W P CHson, B Zigler, J Bibee
and S M Willis.
E Sharr tax penalty ordered
Ordered that P J Reiger be
appointed agent of thif conrt to
contract, and and lease for two
years five rooms from Masonic
Hall association at the price of
S700 CO per year payable quarter
ly in advance.
" J S Kellogg et al conveyance of
right of wayfor public road in
section 10-02-15 approved and
road declared public highway.
Ordered that R & B comr let
and report bridge across Steer crk
Clay tp and bridgo across Goose
branch Walnut tp.
Wm Meeks bond us collector
Cadoau aud Hatcher school
tax book and lubber bauds 10.75.
Penn Coal Co coal for county
G Shulthies serv as const elec
G D Barnard and Co election
Adair county Farmer publish
ing rotice 1.50.
C S Oroutt printing orders of
aurvey, copies briefs, and road
J J Spencer rent county clerks
1 Morgan pens, ink, freight etc.
G T Spencer rent circuit clerks
office 15 00.
Kirksyille Savings Bank rent
collectors offico from Nov. 1st
1891, to Nov. 1st, 1S92, 120.00.
A P Hibbs costs case state against
" " " " MSlonekingl(i83
" " " " Duton Hays 13.30
" " " " Silas See 17.05
A D Starr postage stamps pest-
al cards etc 1.S0.
J Siegmund prem on four acies
! Maple grove 8.00.
E A J ouey board of prisoners
coutiiipd in jail 22.00.
W T Baird rent sheriffs offico
Froy stationr.rv com tax books
n. AND r, FUND.
Fleming mfg Co road grader
dint No. 2 Salt river tp 1(5911.
A Scobeo lumber for road ilist.
2S.-.ltiiver tp 1150
J M Shoupp pott I inent and ac
count oyer.eei 23 25
ALBie.gg dumages on E W
Buck road 3 00
H D Satterfield, advertising,
letting aud receiving bridge on
line between Schuyl9r and Adair
counties 9 SO.
O F Mabis half price for build
ing same S5.00.
American road Machine Go. bal
duo for load graders 50.00.
T Moyer bil. duo building
across Black Bird creek in Nino
veh tp-117 00.
Bion Zeigler bal duo building
S.'nd creek bridge in Pettis tp
J D McClanahan building brg
across Bear Creek in Wilson tp
J Meirill building bridge acros
Bear Creek iu Benton tp 190.00.
J D McCIanahau building bridge
across Salt river in Wilson tp.
M D Campbell services prose
cuting atty 250.00
DanlTuttlo serv co judge 10.00
J J Keiui " " 15.00
A Shoop " " 15.00
GWRa-pe ' sheriff G.00
P J Reiger sery as county clerk
F 11 Gilliland serv as co assessor
Allowed on salary fund 524,03
and tho account of 52109 ordered
certified to state auditor ' for pay
ment of state part.
B Hall serv as co surveyor 98.00
,J S Lovc l.oc ) Lavica Brown 2 00
J aud A iJoiu'b Kp Mt-lf 0 00
J F Rico hoi van t-o phynioianlO.00
J Owen kooping belf 3 00
1U Collins kpil Webster,
poor person 10 00
J Jinn g kp self 3 00
S Settois caro irab daughter '1 .00
Bottio Griggs kp self 2 00
Weaver Bros it Bailey grocer
ioK for poor Mrs Gales 2 15
JDBolloway kp pnnp pr frm50 70
A Buichard kp E Stow -ml 3 00
J W Stribliug kp brother 8 00
Mrs Dutro kp self and family 5 00
D Smith eiandchild
It Richardaou kp Rachrl
S Riehey kp 3 old people
Ed Pritchard supt of b If
J T Hannah groceries pr H
L Findliug support J Find
ling Mrs Bennett support self
E Herrou support self
Fulton Asylum kp insane
January 3, 1893, being the fifty
ninth anniversary of tho birth of
Geo.W, Cain, one of Adair county's
pioneer's, -ud an old and higlily
respected citizen, tho members of
hiB family aud n number of inti
mate friends concluded to cost a
halo of their esteem upon the
pathway of his advancing y-'ars,
and thereby, in life's suuny even
ing, brighten the hopes and aspir
ations of a fellow-iravoler.
Tho wily George haying pre
viously been decoyed to the home
of his friend, James Conner, tho
work of preparation at his home
went on. Tho day came with
threatening weather, but all went
merry as a maiden's dream.
Hravo. determiuid guests f'iced
the storm and came with chtv ks
aglow frm the nipping breeze
and hearts as lifht as the drifting
At twelve o'clock sharp dinner
was announced, Mess Clark and
Fout escorting tho host to the din
ing room, where all tho guests as
sembled and partook of a nmp
tuous repast, including all the
delicacies of the season prepared
in tho daintiest form of culiuary
Tho diuner hour concluded, all
assembled iu tho parlor where
Mr. Cain was made the recipient
of a number of valuable presents,
including a suit of clothes, book
caso, Webster's Unabridged Dic
tionary and holder, elegant libra
ry lamp, carving set, silk handker
chief, Testament, cups and sau
cers, pair spectacles, slippers and
many other useful articles.
Among those piesent were:
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Clark, Mr.
and Mrs W. G. Fout and daugh
ter Clara, Mr. and llrs. Saul Ot
to, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Cain and
Miss Lillie Cain, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Swigert, Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Collett. Mr. aud Mrs. James Con
ner and Miss Winnie, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Gain and little Hazel
of Greencastlo, Mr. and Mrs A. 1.
Doneghy, Mrs. Will F. Sholley
nud Maolei Willie. Mrs. J. A.
Tinsman, Mrs. W. E. Panabaker
and others, all of whom expressed
themselves as enjoying the occa
sion exceedingly. Messrs. Ross,
Shollov and Patterson were una
voidably absent. Many wero the
wishes that Mr. Cain may hayo
many returns of his birthday, and
each and all of them bo as
pleasant to himself aud as enjoya
ble to all concerned as tho ono
jimt closed. Cid.
Fourth monthly icport of West
Center district, for the month, be
ginning Dec. 2, and ending Dec.
30th. Nuinbor of pupils enrolled
during tho mouth !!; total num
ber of days' atton lane by all pu
pils for tho month, 574; averago
number of days attended by each
pupil 13; average number of pu
pils attending each day, 29; per
c nt of enrollment of enumera
tion 80; of averago daily attend
ance of enrollment 05; number of
days taught during the month 20;
the names of those present each
day, dutiug: the month, Cora Shaf
er, Bertha Truitt, John Highland,
Nellie and Maggie Darr.
Adaji Hoerrjian, Teacher.
Tho fourth monthly repoit of
Amic school beginning the 5:Sth
of November and ending the 23d
day of December.
Number of pupils enrolled dur
ing ihe month, 50
Total number of day's attend
ance by all for the month, 70i.
Average number of days' at
tendance per pupil, 15; average
number of pupils attending each
day, 3S; per cent of enrollment of
enumeration, 78; of averago daily
attendance of enrollment, 59
Those attending every day of the
month, Albert and Lillie jJedsoe,
Willie Brown, May and Manda
Bybee, Julia and Johnnie Games,
Ida MUler, Mack Hughes, Nellie
Fox Etta and Ella Miller, Delia
O'Brien, Clarence and Joseph
Sibole, Albert, Andrew and Nettie
Swanson. Cora Bucu"aiian,
Cough! Cough! Coughl
Yes and you will keep coughing
if you don't go to Ray Wilson's
and get some of Maynard's cele
brated cough candy for your cold.
ti. r,l Prr. rrwim of Tartar
Used in Millions of Homes to Years the Standard.
TO THE FARMERS
HDK S MEN OF
Do not be Deceived by People that
Quote You price3 on Cheap Goods in the
Papers in the hopes of getting your
Trade and Running me
: out of town
Prices you have paid in the past
Speaks for What You Will -Pay Again.
GIYE US YOUR TRADE AND
WE WILL STAY WITH YOU
THUS ENABLING YOU TO
SAVE FROM 50 to ioo PerCent
HARNESS AND SADDLERY GOODS.
Tariff has nothing to do with the reduction in the present
Price on Harnes Goods
LIYE AND LET LIVE IS MY MOTTO
R. H, Ferry
PROPRIETOR NEW HARNESS SHOP
See siguof Display Hors., South oast Corner of Square.
The accounts belonging to Jo
seph Douglass well bo with Ross
it Hamilton for collection. All
parties interested will Baye houble
by calling and settling soon.
1 Joseph Douglass.
W. H. Eckert will trade his
stock of dry goods, clothing, boots
and Bhoes tor town or farm prop
erty. Address him at Brashear,
quantity at W. E.
wire in any
Greeno & Co's.
AV. E. Greene it Co. have the
largest aud the best line of stoves
in the market. Call and Bee them
All parties owing me on account
are requested to call and settle by
note or cash. Respectfully,
Buckmaster can and will Eell
yoii a piano or organ for less mon
ey than you can buy the Bamo in
strument from any traveling agent
o- any other man. Patronize your
Our termB of credit to respon
sible Darties are 510 days. Our
aocounts aro due and payable on
the 1st of each month. Our capi
tal iB limited, and profits bo small
that we are unable to extend
longer time to any one. I muBt
kindly request all persona owing
me to come in and settle prompt
ly on or before Jan. 1st, '93, and
save my collector many 'miles of
unnecessary travel and me many
stamps and statements through
the mails. Respect Yours,
B. F. Lamkin.
Will .visit Brashear 1st and 3rd
ThurBday of each month. TIiobb
wiBhing work done in this line,
Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
i)0 YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABY
Maybe you think this Is n new business,
fending out babies on application ; It baa beeu
done before, however, but never have tiicee
Turnbhod been so near tho original saajyleos
this one. Everyone will exclaim. Well I
that's the sweetest baby I ever saw P This
little black-and-white engraving' can irivo
you but a faint idea of theexquUiteorifrinal.
I'M A DAISY."
which wo proposo to send to you, transpor
tation paid. The little darhntf rests against
a pillow, and is in tho act of drawing off iu
pink sock, the mato of which has been pulled
oil and tluntr aside with a triumphant coo.
Tho flesh tints are perfect, and tho eyes follow
you. no matter where j ou stand. Theeiqul
sitereproductlonsof this greatest painting of
Ida Unufrh (tho most celebrated of modern'
painters of baby life) are to be given to tnosoi
rlue for 1301.
wno suDscnoo 10 uemorcst s Family Jlaga-
told from tho original, which cost S400. anil:
.inu repromiciions cannot bo
nro the same size tlT inches). The baby is.
life size, and absolutely lifelike. We bavo
scribers during IjOT, other great pictures by
sitch artists as Percy Mora n, Maud Humphrey-.
Louis Uoschamps, and others of world-widei
aiso in preparation, to precnt to our sub
Take only two examples of what
we (liu mi nnir tho past ear,
A lard of Pan-
ele." and "A White Houso Orchid" by tho
wlfeot President Harrison, and you will ceo
whnt our promises mean.
Those who subcrite forDemorest's Familr
Magazine for ISO will possess a galierv of ti
nuislto works of art
r ic.fc w I
nt great value, besides i
Magazine that cannot be equaled by any in
the world for its licautiful illustrations an.
suoject matter, tnat will Keep everyone post
ed ou all the topics of the day, and all tho
fads and different items of interest about tho
hou-:hold, besides furnishing interesting
reading matter, both gruvo and gay. for tho
whole family: and while Demorest's Is not
a rasbion Magazine, Ita fashion page arc pcr
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