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FLAVOR REGULATED. .fRDIFFlCCW;T0!&AkE.
Cp-WB-Dnte BeoUeepera Hart Learne
to Kenlrlrt llic Wudrrlnci '
of Their Iters.
SELF-FEEDING fctix. 1'H
Honev is enjoyingVjjf newed favor.
K&n 6f JSJtHRijp jlpglure are testing
and experimenting wTh the different
kinds of honey, and wrinkling theirft
l --' . l . i l . r t -. .' f
uiuna wer in: iiruuiem ui producing
rtfi ; i - ;I 3 4 fftat s3C tp them the most desirabie
flavor during the coming summer, says
the Otsego Kaunier. .For the bee is no
longer allowed to pursue his own sweet
peregrinations fttuLyPtof the nectar of
flowers wliereveV he chooses. Honey
Labor-Savings Contrivance Where
rlgJ of- OiffrreaU- tikmem and
akps una Tojcemer.
I givVd rotgt sKefch alfd description
of self-feeding box for pigs. isJL2' ea,lP in il; rr,rr.i...,,,.., !.
feet long, and each side is divided into too ordinarv. His actions are restrlcT1
is mue siaus atjout nine inches wide. , edand guided
iu Maws are simuiv . uoarus live
inches wide and 12 inches long, nailed
against the tide of the box, and reach
ing down into the feed-trough to keep
the pigs out of the trough and from
wasting the feed, and at Hie same time
keep them from crowding and fighting.
There is no waste of feed, and each pig
can have a stall and will eat very quiet
ly. A is sill 3 feet long; feed-troughs
A iiitlies wide, 2',
As a result, such honey
a never was tasted before is tickling
the palates of many. If it is the white
sweet clover flavor that has gained
favor with the epicure, he goes system
atically to work to produce it, and
plants a large plot of ground, perhaps
half an acre with this particular kind
of clover. He has it carefully kept from
weeds or any other variety of clover
that misht endeavor to find a footing
incix? deepj- side-Utbw. - 'IhTrholP bwMs-TiTclOTed and
" roofed with a fine wire netting, and the
j beehives are then placed within the-ih-.'
I closure. I rom the bee's life, therefore,
f j the p.pice of "vtif-iety if plucked, and try
i ; as lie will he' cap ptoUucalione other
white ewert liver honey. Ii
r it is very, delicate and almost
color. Yellow sweet clover
preferred lv others. 1 he
Process of Taking Life Maiki Caowa
tlie Subject Slnch lncon
It is EQt of,ten 'that men desire that
a life mask fee talcen of their features;
thev nrefer to wait till nfter death be-
;ot rgoiJcfJ 13 jwA-ah Yet
I 1 i k r i ' i 1
be erui rrsiuenis ui . uic-agu uu c iiuascu
throtigf nPV1NlPt process, and
their masks adorn their parlor or 6f-
Lfices. Masks from ijft .are taken al-.
most precisely in tiie sattie way a after
death, save that much greater care has
to be used, as the subject's life hangs
'44 A very" tlyn JtlAjiad, or to ei more
precise, two small quills. It requires
s-great deal 'of nerve' and patience tor
undetgo, the scYisa-tibn ;being most dis
agreeable. When a mask from life is
about to be secured the subject reclines
on a. longtable and. towels. are placed,.
around his neck and forehead to pre?
vent the plaster going where n,ot in
tended. The face is slightly greased
but not enough. to,iill tkje pors of the
skin.i CAra. )nis to be especially taken
vvitji' the Jeyiejashs, a otherwise, in
the subsequent operations, these are
likely .to toe pulled pff,A small quill is
now inserted M tlrler tiitili T4 allow
the subject to treahe thro;
Jop ,wpcil Iintl prfissei
h and co'f-
r I bif -' td iieejje-uidWCjn i in
n truding. Xtypbf. tt UfTflSSff always
st j kept handy iftt kbjbfrvRbleo cut. oil
? I Our. tops of Ihfftiiij snBld by any
. ,.r.rrre ... oiuers. xm ; t.,,ance the ,dasijattaBp and cOTer
i.- MiKiiiii Mroii'-cr iiwiii iii.il .1., V ';.vlt'J3f
made fron tli jvLite varkty, and its ; AU u.ns rcaT.aate
; , HAPPIHES9 -WRECKED.
Par Lack of a. Lead Pencil tbe Yomaa
Slan Loat a dqlden Oa
.. . i -ortjltjv. . .
SUUKHAZEK FLIES OF MAINE.
Wane Than jeraey' Moaqnitor and
Kiaalnff naga HavettoCliance
with Them. '
There is a-certain .very disconsolate 1 Since reading in'the'nes-spapers of the
young man overat the tren6ury xlepart- ' kissing bag and his doings' ail the people in
ment who bends perspiringly Over iSZg&
oesk all the' cay ana tlunks long and -mens to town for examination by newsbv
gloomy thought's about himseK. It per men and naturalists. Countless are fhe
came about.- this's'tate of downhearted- , inds of bugs that have been taken to
" v. , . i i . . ' Bangor in bottles, boxes and preserve lars,
ness of his, because he. happened not , aDd he eaptors all seem to be sorely.dis
to have a lead pencil .with him one v appointed when told that instead of the gen
aftemoon lately. After the toil of the nine kisser they, have a moth killer, a lace-
day was ended for him he wa Tiding ;J;S ""n" ca ana
out to an inn in the subiirbs, where he ' a man came from Veazie'to Bangor1 the
is staying for the summer. NesttoWm'' other day with a ferocious-lookrhg bup
Iri the elecfric car sat a cirl whom he V rKJ1 ?P t Pwrve Jar ana cianned tiie
x... i.r u. v' ereaii f- naving
caDtured the first kksinz
bug to. that part of tiie country.. U was not
the famous kissins bus that lie bad. but a na
tive, bug somewhat resembling a s,mall lob-
r is care-
s.jpa.lam thistles and I folIowin, orations imV-.then to be
it is amusing to hear the
SELF-FEEDIXG BOX FOR PIGS.
fcpards 2V, inulie from floor to let feed
4flpoagh.;Tu,'liulltom-bo:irds 12 or 1G
inches wide, and so placed as to let feed
.saddawtvltif trough. One end is re
moved to show interior. Tics to keep
from spreading can be placed any
where, as indicated by dotted lines.
Stalls should reach down'" to floor and
. bo vailed thereto and also nailed to
side-boards. This stiffc-us;bide-loards.
This box is my own invention, having
never seen one before., i thiifk' this
will be.pluiu and will need uo further
1 lind.this box sufficient to feed SO
pigswiSh no trouble. Of course only
"l-iiji; Vfi (:i'te. lufkniey sooVy i I
back and others take their places. I
find this very good where pigs of differ
ent sizes run together.'' They all have
nil the chance they want to eat, and the
fresh, for it fe-i!-frflv asf:i&t iri -': . t
. .i.r-f. ir-i.! ...7 iltfli fcVill nnil -Tbritv. 111. ' . , : . :n
producers of such flavors tell of their ) ,.,,. n,b(iA, .V,.rhtW Vrtv,-rS ihn .i i.::i.
, . . .--v.. . ..... tt . --i - l bumm XV V 11 CIUIC VI Uld illilUi
had seen but once before, but whom .
that once had made him long fto eee --n-rain.
He had met her at an enter- ;
tainment of some kind last winter and , ..j &6n't ar a hang declarei tiie Veazie
ho knew she lived in Baltimore. Over--: man,' -when told that he 'must-try again,
joved to see her again, he fairly buW'- "Thcienfellers-kin-lKk' the stunW'etut of
bled with delight when she bowed. ' .r0
He talked' to her and' She talked to . 'ot many .people living. far away from
him till, timidly encugli', he! Ventured to . Bangor know, wliaf a ."Sunkhazer" is like.
insintWthat he would be oifflS
grateful for permission to call. Gsa . hce-in the Peaobseot rir where the
ciously she gave it. 'Phc was staying, water is slack and where -millions of logs
ehe said, with her aunt in Blank avenuej ape rafted. . The. Sunkhazens . are the.pest
at such andu d number: .Kdw, the;! $ Z&ll
joug man,.is,as abscnt-iniziled a being them away. They are four times the size of
as everjjou mzt and he nevcr.tpust4'histefamed''ihoo,tiitbes of Jersey,' end tiny
-memory, fos a moment, . . . . , .... w ; f - 8tBnd.u,rfittht.
lie searched his pocket for a peneiv . Maine foikaiave, probably, no kissipg.bngs,
but pencil he had none; He fc howr i"i o.)one aslie Sunkliazers sur-ivethey
ever, a-yOung man- of resources, Be W noteel onesome.-N. 1, Sup; ; .
took-oifi a'posttil'card an registered - . ta,riea ca TTeaViihoe." ' v"' '
the address, which.' had' fbc'r figures; I 'One siitf smaller after using Allen's FofiV
by tearing lijtle slits in the four sides Tiase, a powder f or tfte feet. It makestlsrht
i .i- "i. :j t: !j ;i r uew.ishocs easv. Cures swollen, hut.
"l luc lu4"' "-"""'lv:uliiiji uub 8ireatinF.achinjrfoet,inim)win!rnails. corns
jixurc xiie iiuiiic ui llic u-vi'iiue lie
tribulations in making these wayward
plants trfj Wf1frfflii5frtction.
fninie 'of 'tlie wild flower honev is al- t
most black in -oljr. tijid jtb ftiif or is
certainly very -1lT(Vci:t Vrrfm Vliat it
was in the days when honey was hon
ey and that fact settled the question. 1
It is almost verging on the indiscreet .
to mention buckwheat honey pnwa
thn's. although it is still acknowledged
to have wonderful "stayingpropertic-s."
.and bunions. At ail druggists Hnd .slioe
'stores, 'Jjc. Trial packaie FKEE by mail,
Adilress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Itoy.'S. Y.
face a Vmatk but Ftrjn.ji&&F(il is laid
on cither chee.krunr.ing from the top
of the head down to the neck and
pressed into the plaster fnfil it almost
touches the skin. Aftnjji&iiati plaster is
now placed on untivYh"i,iol about
The world was very rosy for'hini for j
several days till the creaicg ion vhich 1
he was to make his'flrst visit arrived-.
Then he dressed' himself with geat
care and consujjcr ;the' j($al c?.rd.
The lijIpshcSj.wcre still in i, bv.t he
- . XII Deaperantlnni. '"'
Mistress You once went to a fortune
telir, Kitty? - Did' she tell you anything
that uue true? :...-, :
M.aid so, ma'am;, but I'm yung yet'!
i,u thickness'.--e this has. couldn't Peiicijlyj' -fpidh Biffihe held 1
t' the beforemeiitioried threar!s! ''next him as he tore them," nor atvrhich
FEED ALL FARM CROPS.
rT,...jri,i. ,. ,, jterpressbS;r'ri.i burns his
. ..',, i . .' thinks of aif the horrible rliiiigs tha
t A4;t TJwe .
It is a well conceded fact that tbf
nearer the prod ueep-can come to the
Hid save the middleman's
more, he will realize out oi?
s lljriice it is necessary, ij
rfulte f et
arc jiulled up through the mold so as to j corner he began.-' The address may bo,
cut the placer, otherwise it 'would bi any one of -the dear.only knoTos how
i impossiblc'to remove it from tiie faeel many combinations the four figures
I'The subject. whose mask i beiugi taken , tan-he made into. Tie-has-consulted
('fs now. h;tYi.ng a lively time. Thf- plas- j-the city directory.. The girl's surraae
cheeks, lie .'appears for half a 'cbl'ur.in. but irobodv
I -might happen should thot:ti.vo little aunt's r.a'me, evidently," is not hers.
SvmtHlii. c! r hok.'d 'Kdt h sotirid of the. . -Sim is Aat. n i'rpJfCct fnKllr in(
j&Hm --n he hear save some in- cf alead PcWiI. and until hc. relenting. JSiWAiASi.
- i-i - ' .......... ... w -- v i i'.iuu ij v. t n n v nxrur i p run mran
t;gle:;rtlali:c)jtflhknkhim.)..na.9iiSkiU her walk.' Kansas City StaR--
The Rpat Tre!criplioR'for Chills
ami FmtU a hrttt!o ff Oito'vlE'.sfTtsTri.Ess
t'irn.i. Tonic. Us shnplv irtmaiidnuiuineia
.a tastclifss furm; No ruee 90 pay FriceiOc.
"How. do you r.ronounce the word hut
terine;" aaked tlie customer. "The last
syflali'e is silent,"'stifily replied the trades
man. What to Eat.
To Core a Coid la One Day
Take Ijixative.Bromo.Quinme Tablets. AU
druggists rufund money iil fails U cure. 2ic
Laae'a Family Medicine.
-Moves the bowels each day.. -In orderly
be healthy this is Beceasary. Acts gently of
the liver -and kidneya Cures .sick bea
ache. Price 25 and 50c.
,-BI Opinion. -
. Mr. Black Dem Filipinos am rafter.
Mr. Johnson les; but dat doan
dat dey's mulatters. Dcy'i a inferior
-rac" . .-
' After six years' suffering I ''was cured hf
Piso'a Cure. Mary Thomson, )J Ohio At.
Allegheny. Pa, March 10, '84.- s
A man has to be very much ia love witM
a woman to willingly carry her parasol ovsv
her. Philadelphia Times. ;
.., Haifa Catarrh Car .
Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c
.Hewitt "Every rose has its thorn."
.Tew ett " Yes; the thorn is the bill." Tow
Topics -'.-. . . . . -.
v.iwnx" keeptou. dry,
Ctoa'l ba fooled yitb a mackintosk
or rubber (coat. If yog wantacoat 2 ?
SlUt will Uef, you dry In (ha hard- f.P
esti norm buy fha Fin Brahdl 2
SlVckar, tf. not for sate .la your p1" T
town, wrtta for catalorua to : mZ- r
vn, --ii.; douclas
Wortb $4 to $6 comnredviib
Indorsed hj pTer
AtLtCUHEilS. ALL STYLES
THE CEWIKE ha W. L. Psacts
am and prU stsapnl a nw-tiasnw'
Tnke do rabntltota cfttm4
to-bf u pood. Livest mnkcrs
of :t f.nl tl.ty fboes in lb
Uirit-f twt we will tte&d jq
a patron receipt ofprtre Stasa
kind of leather. :t and width, plain or cap loa
Catalogue Ii Free.
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brocktort. Has.
to iins.niul he is'jiowvrless jrloomv thonihts to which '.
liine-on. lie lies hrtfl'reri-eferVfi'-tVftir-to?.
I hire i
it iseaten ayvav. k or.. -r ,0 reane us n...i, a, . ifljj to Mer oy,:i,l. That-fGLEXIT 'ATM .BEIT BUCpLES,' r." " 'n.w yHW-
S hrJ3"3-S i,y this,in,rh::,,a4ilhc xtxr
tro ffftrn arWLtioiaL.Vit ,-jlVMafh the W JFK -SJL P?Tai , hanl. n. d ni.d holds the lid in an Slylish an.l Satisfactory j.vJl'Ji-mcf . hWt,I --y.
I elf-feeder made o,u,of aalt barreir n,,f V hat vvhen, v ,..1 farAlyzed ' Shirt W.I.t. . ' t
-i 1 '! f f.-. Kifl-mer teens eMmi!iiicaIlv and im!i- . u. -..... 1 . . r- . .. v.-w lis .0 i. b W.
with a hole -ut near tin: bottom, flu , ... ,J and ViW--Wm.1v ?tW; a lout' eroaik x.v'Trr'a!',f'2 I ' 1 lt'l -".'v ',:;:,-'? ' '
is to feed sa!t nd mixed. of TrW This, by only COJfI it?'.e? M irOtMJt CT
salt, to twoif :JlM T havWrffef- !t'.t',r j ffl'M It h" throuch'theniifs'in his nostrils. f&totiV Wt-M W.r, -?........... J 2. V V,
dri..ker vet, bu.t would like to hav, ore. m'n' V1" '.' '... has ratI1I.:,,;v ,,,;tor, who teMtUv&M iS )o lel'' 11 t 'S '
i-ni 1.- t m 1 .--lii.rli ' 1 g k thi.f. :- i . . I In l.:.vlla.Li-o-fclrtaaiBlTtfrl Hti , V . " ...w..., t. u . ......... ,, .... -t
...1 T...'.. '.( - ' -"T- . i- f- f ffrwn-F, - t . EU'Lll-l.lVll3-"t'. .
.Ui:f.l!li.lt- .... . . 1. . ; ivnmr) n ic mr. mm In lo ct f !in T I i... t T '..
. ... eropH, sua.
reason we oiinmacroa pjMior.tiotjil iji. r
1 woiiki 1:01 ativi.se a euir.i eie:ir
corn from the feeder, fo one would
certainly ovenlu the tiling and bad re
sults would foiiow. Hut I have seen
only pood rt-si.-lts from middlings and
bran, and see no reason yet for abandon
ing the self-feeder.
.My neighbor made one of thee
boxes, and he tells me he is eonlideat
it added $5 to the value of his hoersjjbe
sides lessening the work. I tiling I
Mated that I did not know whether this
was the best way, but 1 knew it was the
nits his know!
I z ... . - .
aiicun-J i will lie con.-iderecl
pood, thrifty farmer and
ldi4i Ja Jrisjvoici
Oli.-Hlered a. , , . , . , . . , lirnnrl l.lt .nnil Cm clnfl.- nn'hr firo V. 17 T .A I - . - K1 U llllcT
. ... ni::(i"aa'rann-5is uorau iwirnwirraiipt ti i. ; .'i (. t iin.N' Nc- t t
- si..,,)!! .thatttlOf.x-th'-'- " - ' ---i vtr7 wen iar snj-iu youupiris, yui
seu.o.n nave cause to .-ompiam ot nnra,.,. - ,,as.rVr r6., Mng Hi I as sh.rt;t
iiiui-s. jut- i:iini-r who iiiaues a i:rae- ... , . . . . . . i rec-t for old
. ' uL wa-f-ui w.-ifer-OwiJ'Vh-y'lardens anu a111 ,ur 'u
tiee ot sellm-r Ins toij of corn from . v- - , , , ,v i- somefhin" pi
n . 1 in VhH.eoilT.! of .-iliont live minutes In:1 T ou"" """s
year .o year at from 13 to 20 cents PvVVj.,..); . (,n,, f. Boiibl
bushel will jrenerallv lind when he hs' r.. ? ;.. - f .
- 1 liir'-ifl-n f hl-iimi' A
the expense of prowiap the . . '
lai ii h M.tu nave vi-i'v-uiiie 11
, f" i -""" " dueer to coirrTTftrtrfven or a little
JUu....i. ,en.aueo..rsiiiiiaiiaoa. , If sometimes 1
is selling- at a'ppd! j
cents a bushed.. in sinjh case the pro
dueer wijl do T.('U,lp svil his corn, hut
, ENGLISH IDEA CUT AN INDIAN.
ng h-ft. For yhoevrbuy hiv -" . JZl,., ....
rk; or sr.mrth.hV eUh.eh m . 'wa Wl.h Kocd ir
nenr the consumer and derive 5., '''-'-lTir1;,iKht. ' ' '" 5 ' 1
9h thei is-"iirit, leavin'r the pro- : Kt I.: . -n v ; rt . . t
Tli t.ra .i r..' . -ri or'tiireA r-poulp in V.
happens that co'i,n'u T.i-..'. i -f-.'l. ,
f' .n r.p. who vui;i, mnraic
inc.. s.nr ill friaRO'l.' - . . . . .
1 V .t . Jl'Sr-
.ueh case the nro--''.- T-
AMONG THE POULTRY.
AVe made ours in half a day
- Countrv Gentleman.
them as to lmw much instruction uj;
..utiiir.il tn:tti.rc !c fiilun ! t t ll f. I 'tl ! VHT.
: ... I -..I.. .. ... r- -
us u Li iitioi imc.iim ma. iiui uiiru 111.-, w
The hen that is a pood layer is nearly ! cur, and henc it is ahvavs wise to ar H3
idiui. jj i i 1 1; t i , in r j iiii i" i ui ui' i , . . . . . . . . i:-,,.,
SUMMER BEN' HOUSE. ! lia.Sr hi' hrcad Tkej-
ui Iii.ir to lie undeceived, but iicrlin
- .- o, ---- - . -
rtitfrffS from the prcat Knpli
iinivisitriTtfil aeknow ! -ipe thdt thf
1hou!lht. -have some basis lor exis
xcists are supposeu. to ba cor-
er women, it is time that
se was found to make them
The newfityle Of wenrinp a
belt made of a piece of soft satin rib
bon, quite wide, and then putting the
ends-of that Tibbon into the bnckle, is
a very satisfactory fashion. TherSbbon
is soft, enouph to draw down at the
back, where it can be fastened to the
skirt, thus njroidinjr the tig-lv papinr
small one, can be silver studded
., . ....... "Vvi-rf
1 II. . 1.1. . .... ....... .
oniea During the lint Season
y and Cheaplx.
The open shed for fowls here shown
was recently seen in operation, and an
swerinpits purpose admirably. A "sht"
roof was placed upon a corner of a
board fence, the open sbeir.p to-
dwavs an early riser.
Always use a small, active, viporous :
(naie in preference to a Iarpe one. I
Turkeys are very fond of milk and !
may be given all that they will drink.
Epps turned once a week will keep j
much lonper than those left undis- I
Yoiuip ducks drink water very oftt-n
wht-u caliiip. They should be plentiful-
Never keep breeding birds over four
years old when younper ones can read
ily be procured.
I.arpe males bred on small hens are i
apt to produce lonp-h-pped fowls that
are not always desirable. I
So far as can be done, the pullets that j
are to be kept as layers should be froin j
the best hens in the flock.
While turkeys and peese are profitn- J
ble fowls to keep, they require plenty
of room. They should not be kept un
less a free ranpe can be piven.
When the hens scour a speedy remedy
Is to feed powdered chalk in the soft
food; but the best repulator.Wf ' the
bowels is a preater variety of food. AIRY SHELTER FOR CHICKS.
Gapes are really thcrtiiult al aatli-j-WSfa the" WtnnT'"Tnc"vSspR5fecti
conditions of the soil that are favorable fOP tne fowis and cool ouarters for
to their propopation. ihey , prevan r unm,er. ."A wire SetfceTnaeTnBie t
mostly on okl farms that have betj
occupied by potiltry for some tithe.
St. Louis IJepublic.
s, Xvhise iliinlJ doubttss alTt.
led, have, however, a TurkifcgT
An 'EncTislipian of rank and nione
visitHChirtfb rect ntly, "trml wkh hi
MWie hprwate secretary, a- ?ou"g),r. ...H .)..t1.i.l
;. I nune a
i aTu.a.1 mi i
oiiw?5aiTji2; tiiMnsaAiost in-
rerftjSj-tasaNnnrUBp as the necu
HPfejjc. vvTrj f agteri antt uWon just
i, Vtfriutgnjt roe,n' nnjcrerByB-arq tn
'Jr- l!""t'j''trniiiil thr 'tir f twice.
,& iThTadfMa(eJHB' Ibucklc,
a sniiKiijiafsruiueiini aaume
Ti. ri,n. i t. JwJ.Tr, Siii . iJ ,7.J
. ' i i-1 r J-SiWtflt. i .n ..iinil.'.jAiiui: -r
. x "t thinps AmOnean. . "lhe Lllieapoans . as
...' -". 1; I. '-.. " ' , KfieAvr that fhe UriTbns 'xfvft -crVdM4.
fr.-f.a.t-wij .jolly fellow jut out. of QM a .f , tmfram rnHuViaands,.
lortl uuivciity. i lie secretary oroupiu ; .! ,lW'-rtftoVllV Tsi
"rMfl-tWf intfrtrluetion toa- 'hii-.ip'o nian.4 atlMSBI Tllfiv4n.r '"'''"'"' .....
i ro.n M.wU-lu,lmn actor dt SJU"JJ ' 7!! ' i"
an eqiiwviuiiieiit inyi ot Jetti .-ns. ; Xow the tonpue ia a shield lifted up
TI;p Kii5-liliiii;!n cnir.e direct to Chi- . n4.L nro;nct 41.0
. ' - - - - - , , . -L 1 iuv n. ,it v . iwun, aiuiv ju
iftft' cApr.' mSiR'i.lff no stoji in .New lortir-aanwfios,, shafp"po'int is turned
laifrtseeretar Called upon theXhieaso .jsrainst. the. rirht:. the sword -hath
RijWn tilu)Hnhe had leWcrs a?d wsoJ7slain its thousands,
. .. ........ Bcuua
but of ertviDiis men It' fe true that the
poison of tpi is under their lips.'" For
of aid, soinoryie tonptje iaaTiand
srberelirtli we Jift men up. of. jnace
wherewith we-strike rnemCo'wn. With1
A 1 0 N
I'.VIIt N". 2
ll.W t:lear "iimoiliy mewj
H i "I'TK i 'hiiiL-e lia 11 y . . .
Kii:S fresh tf
li.vroN i leiir Uii , if
i..Kl I'rime Steam 4t
CATTI.K Satlvt- Steers... 4 30
til Kitf l'air to Chtiiee 4 2
faliKt:i'-l air to fliolce.... 3
Kt.OL'K Winter laients... 3 ill
Srinsr Patents... 3 w
AVHEAT-.Nii, 3 Spring 11
Si: 2 Ked
OA TS Nil. 2
1'UKK -Mess Inewl.
KANSAS 1'ITY. -I'ATTI.E
N;t iive Sleers... 4 .a
Hi MIS All OnKles 4 00
H HKAT-Xu. 3 Ked
OA'VS No. 2 .White 23
(AJKN No. 2 White ".
- NEW ORLEANS.
FI.OTR HisM UrauV- 3 40
1 1 ts W.'StL rn
JIAY Vhei.e '- 15 W
I'l iltK"-S::1iKlrd Mess
IJ.U'UN bul.-s ,-- '.''
WHEAT ?. S Kl - '-ii;
CtH.N-."u. 2. Mixed .!M -
OATS--N". 2 Mi.s.-d, 23T2'u
Tor:K-S w Mess. 9 -!
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THE DECLARAT10M flF,!
the Ittorioal Itoeu.
ment. tiH.RLhrr wlta
General Washington's commis-iioa as Commander-in-Chief
rtthe Contiiieaint Army. Ita
authenticity daly.ceruili-1 ir.-br.9aines O.
Blaiiie, Se of State... Lithoyraiihcd on Boa
bono paper in two color aiid siiowiit.th.- preat
seal nf tha V-nlred Stares. Strifaliiul .r fi-um-nsranna
ormwieirt.io aa hne. :-Sectirel
miultvl ty: aay( aiUlress T,ori9 cuxj, 4ostpiiL
Kemab re-4ite'red letter, raoncv order, drafts
rVtVia-.-eSf;iniris to :TTM.0?lfc-tALY, M
Ailaaa-titiwt, Vaicaf, Jlt-i.-eiiU. Wutad.
i-. . -1.-Tf ' U.-.-M ....
ANatural Black is Produced by
$Q cts. pf drup c ist. or R. P. Hal I & Co. . Nuhua, N.H.
' BEANCR9 OF THIS PAPER '
- DB81KIKQ TO BUT ASTTHIS9 -.
ADVERTISED IN ITS COLDIUIS
SHOULD 1N8IBT I'PO!! HAV1SS
. WHAT THET ASK. FOR, RECSUta
AXJ. SUBSTITUTES OH IMITATIOKS.
Is what the largiest ud bcs
school systems use;
P" YC Permanently Cared. No m- or nrrr
r I I O ouncsHSfter tirsttiay oe)f Dr. Kline'
Great Nerve Kpu.in r. H'i tt lar bottand trevLia
Iree. lir. tL u. i.l.i.b. l.lu., tui Area jruiia.. i n.
PrrpaTwi for Gr7crnaient A'mde'mTesond.'olarw.,
'ull CrmmersiaA Major U. .K 11A IT.
A. M.. Priiu'ipal. WEST LEUAN'ON. ST II.
irHE...WBITXe TO 4DTBTIMa
aleaw atate that jan uw th,Advrtaa
"aaedt in ttala aper. ' - ''' 1 '.
CBJ MdFFETT'S f '
Regtdates the Bowels,
.teetuuia: fkiliTcs u
CfflJren of iorlUs.
dosts ObIt 23 Centa.
Aak Tour SrnMIst fiir k
but the tdr.Tne its ;
W I'ttl'tujit. rtaininf,'.invitinp three. terls cf tkousaails. . Of thq uhildr.cn ot , ,
ir Ti-i.-mTii In YutK't tlM iiriv.1t. RiiriJ I. 2L I ... n;.t iV
iarV arTiiiH!ltifr,f Jt'lunTfl fPt.uira'ritgea5ir.tt
It nas alter tnp -it?nrs vntik? ngnieu
IX not kept byOrtireisti man 25 cents to C. J. KTO FFETT1! Nl. l., ST.ttJO ISJ KIO.
summer. A . wire ftppce
sideslof the board Mi(r:iin hou
and vara all in one inciosure.
summer colonies can thus
i -wit fi believing tjiat .ttley; 'Qi44 sbotiti-:
irA ilfr01 I'frtiVflvfftTV66 AHdi" Ws Instrument -we bless God, with it!
.W murium sliUf i-riMfs.;
Ji Tr01! p7 i.rVBSr'T !oro witncns j i lifts the reins above his well-trainerl
Distention and Raptirr.
Distension and rtijiture of the stom
eeh usually arise from too much food
imnerfoetlv masticated, cr from the
Worse beimr pt to collar v.ork imme-i The Portland Olregon
diatclv after a heavy meal. The symp- I horse buyers frojii. Wisfi
loins are abdominal pain, eructations of
gas and food, fetid breath, profuse per
spiration, cold legs and ears and great
prostration. The animal sitson its
K.-tuncnts like a dog. Tlie treatment flf
kept.-OranfreJglM yarmep..,,-,, eye,
e Still .In Demand, 'j tVe' .Vt le'iuTi.filV'rni intert st. Vhen th
'.bis rU'ad.- The see
S.III In nrni.nJ. 1 lie il l 1 emiil 11 1 I 111 I II I el t .si. M lie. I 11, t
Tlio .lwovile nhil tli niinniohile waiter tinallv Hail ielt tfte room XK
haven't quite pgssessedJe eatth yen ' tngusn truest tui neu 10 ins nosi an
vss . ltfl-
sota arid the Dotasj'rgrtiriilg the
ranges of OregoHff SHrfiingtn and
paying from $13 tip for animals whiuh
two or tlireeyeaS-S "atf-were considered
fit onlv for tne abattoir, vhee thev
the former disease) dnsistjiu. diffms' f SOia-lo i.ou 10 j per neau, 7 is ap
Bf4.eUiuu2iuits, fuh asether,-mTH-. i paren,tenpFs-8rseJtfss a
nin.mil of WrwjitineliirverisneaP-ihas beniostpoti SB gfeat ifthede-
nt trior1 uhva vs jriven in.lLnsnHrloiuJ.mand ior JieavVoWaiiuboinBss ad ani-H
accompanied, witli .bKisk.iwbbing wtbinal Siutabte o:.OBviirr' eTvice:
. , .l - :.. r , n. ii..iLf i thm it is--rrrrre!ibl-tiTlirlt with the
domen and enemas of warn wfca' ddss of anhftals remiired .and I Ws I
ease uo treatment is of any ai'ail. jfrai uuuruKcu luugc uuiwn,
tU Farmer. i hiB 8 $ Per bead has been Paid-
"fr: Nelson, it seems to nSe that
read somewhere Iha.t the, A.wriean
diau! h:ul straight hair, The hair of J
the one who v.aited on ns curls like
AStrakun." Chicarro TrilniDe.
steeds. From the
, From the ton
fAll of bonti and deli
.jaarTES a loir, wansi
e gushes forth
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