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How xo Banish-Kats and Micp..--A
French papor says that petroleum de
stroys, all uiseots and banishes rate and
So^W?SKaaiitiy impregnated with
petroleum applied to plants infected
with insects, will, it is said, destroy tho
Brown Gems.?One pint sour milk, j
two tablespoonfulB of brown sugar; i
atir in middlings or Shorts until, quite
tdrop in hot gem1 pans -previously
? and bake quick?tuiregg is an
voment. Gems made from white
in the same wayy.arft very nice.
Ham Dressed in Claret.?Take a
glass of claret, a toaspoonful of sugar,
and one of chopped onion J place in a
frying-pan ; when tho claret boils place
in tho rasher's, at ham, not cut very
thick; cool well, and serve, with the
sauce. This is a most appetizing dish.
Gleaning Stoves. ? Stove luster,
when mixed with turpentine, and ap
plied in. the usual manner, is blacker
and moro glossy, and more durable than
when mixed with any other liquid. The
turpentine prevents rust, and when put
on an old rusty stove, will make it look
as well as now._
For Keep in a Older Sweet.?Take of
ground mustard seed four ounces, new
twoipr throe'dayij rack' it off through a
hole the size of a gimlet; then wash
the barrel clean and smoke it well with
brimstone; put the oider in and stop it
up airjtujht. _
OnAi^d H^bs;---Th? simplest rem
' edy Is found in ovory one's kitchen
closet, and is common Btaroh. Beduce
it to an impalpable powder, put it it in
a muslin bag, keep it in the table
drawer. Whenever you take your
hands but of dishwater or suds, wipe"
them dry with a sof b towel, and while
?et damp, shake the starch bag all over
hem and rub it in. The effect is most
Certain Cube for a Battlesnake
Bite or Spider Sting.?A physician in
Oregon writes*: *? ffake the .yolk of fr
goo'd egi?, !put in ?teaoup' ahd.stir in as.
much salt as will mako it thick enough
not to run off, and spread a plaster
and apply to tho wound. Do this when
bitten or stung,- and I will insure your
life for a sixpence^ I have tried this
remedy in a number of oases,' and have
never known it to fail."
Cottage Cheese.?Place thick, lop
pered milk on the otovo, and let it heat,
thoroughly, nob to cook, or it will ho
hard. Pour into a'ooarse cloth, and let
it drain until dry; season with salt and
butter. Should it be rather drv. mois
ten with milk or cream, and make into
balls. Some prefer what is called
" smearkase." Prepare the milk as
stated above, but instead of making into
r balls, rthin witlrsweefc cream and -add a
lifflcfteppeB v.l ?'/'ni * * a
Erasivb Soap.?Recipe for making
genuine craaivo soap that will remove
grease and stains from clothing : Two
pounds of good oastile soap, half pound
t of carbonate' of}potash dissolved in* a
half pint of hot water. Cut the soap
in thin slices, boil the soap with potash
until it is thick enough to mold In cakes;
also add alcohol, half an ounce; cam
phor, half an ounce; hartshorn, half
an ounce ; o^lor with half an ounce of
pulverized charcoal.. .
Shebps' Hearts Boasted.?Having
washed the hearts, stuff each with an
. onion parboiled ana then minced lino,
two tablespoonsful' of bread-crumbs,
half a teaspoonful of chopped or dried,
sage, and suflloient black pepper and
Bait to season highly. Press the stuffing
well into the hearts, and, if necessary,
fasten a little muslin over.-the, top to
keep it in.' Whilst roasting baste fre
quently. They may also be baked, but
care must be taken not to let them' get
dry. Any heart that may be left is ex
Cheap :"TiNEaAB.-Mrako a quantity of
common Irish potatoes, wash them until
they are thoroughly clean, place them
in a largo vessel' and boil them until
done. Drain off carefully^ the water
they vero cooked in, straining it, if
neccessary, in order to remove every
particle of the, potato. Then put thin
potato water in a jug or keg, wnioh Bet
near the stove, or in some place where
it will bo kept warm, and add one pound
of sugar to about two and ono half
f gallons of water, some hop yeast, or a
11 little whiBky. Lot it stand three or four
weeks, and you will have excel 1 ont vino
gar, at a cost of six or soven centu per
gallon; ; ]j_
The Care of Oil-olotho.?An oil
cloth requires careful troatment and
should never be scrubbed with a brush,
but after being swept with the long
handlcd hair brushes that are made for
tho purpoHo it should bo carefully wash
ed with a largiB, soft oloth dipped into
milk and water?half-and-half; or, if
the milk is not obtainable, tepid water
without soap. The latter ruins oil-cloth
by taking, off tho brightness of the
paint, ana it should never be applied t j
it. , Hot water is also very injurious to
it: either of them?soap or hot water?
being sure to injure the oil-oloth moro
than the wear of it. When washed over,
wipe it off with a soft, dry oloth, and it
will always retain a blight look. In
purchasing an oil-cloth, it is very desir?
able to obtain one that has been made
for several years; as the longer it has
lain unwashed the better it will wear?
tbe paint becoming harder and more
durable. An oil oloth made within tho
year is hardly worth buying, as the
paint will be defaced in a short time.
&Judgment of . Musicians.?-Theodore
Thomas, the distinguished founder and
conduotor of the, famous Thomas' Or
? onestra," New York, ought to know as
well as any one the opinions entertained
by musicians respecting musical instru
ments. He declares that they generally
agree with him in regarding the Mason
& Hamlin Cabinet Organs as muoh the
best instruments of this class in the
Tx?r",j /"bot, therefore, surprising
that they are; how largely oxpotted to
Europe, commanding higher prices
thore than tho instrumenta of their best
Spit?ons are now made' so 'rioh and
ornamental that it makes one feel rea
sonably well off to sit down and spit in
ono of them a few times.
Tks Nofcfc Congress. \
The following table jhowa the coni
ploxioUoJitii?Jcofl?nt bouse; pf jrepre
sentatives, and tho changes brought
about hitherto by .the elections :
" 43d Cong. ||^th Gong.
Kentucky .-.: .,
MlBSiBBlppl* . .
It ho do Island.
There remain but 17 members yet to
elect, from tho states of California,
Connecticut, Mississippi and. Now
Hampshire. Supposing the democrats
make no pains whatever in these states,
it would loavo a democratic majority
*46<^i'A IMS* SgBf.af.
Weeds and Dairying.
Mr. Willard, of Herkimer county,
New York, the highest authority in the
dairy business, says:
The curee of American dairying to
day is weeds. Whenover thoy get full
possession they! become so forniidnble
that tbo farmer is of teil" disheartened,
and give up their eradication. Many
farmers, too, have an erroneous notion
in regard to the destruction of weeds
on grass lands. The impression often
prevails that the only way to get rid of
weeds, is to break up and thoroughly
cultivate the ground in hoed crops.
This is not always convenient, or even
desirable, for, in many oases on dairy
farms, it ein not be done without break
ing up the herd or dairy, while some
uneven surfaces can not be plowed.
There is another way of killing weeds*
snob as the daisy' and that class of
plants, by the liberal use of manures
and grass seeds. I have eradicated
white daisy, in several instances, by
applying farm-yard manure and gyp
sum, and strewing the ground with a
heavy seeding of clover. Establish
your olover upon the soil, and feed it
until it is luxuriant, and in destroys
the daisy and. other weeds by a system
of plrmt-gorrotiug?ntrangling it and
choking the life out of them. Then,
some weeds may be killed by frequent
outtinpr, and not allowing them to seed.
It is always advisable to pull np or ex
terminate bad .weeds on their first ap
pearance in pastures, and not allow
them to spread.
A Safe Tether-Pin.
The Agriculturist for October illus
trates a simple device which we infer
any one is at liberty to make and use
without fear of infringing upon any pa
tent. A strong iron rod, say five-eighths
or half an inch in diameter, is sharpened
at one end and bent into a oorkscrow
like 'spiral. The nnsharpened end is
bent into a ring large enough to receive
a good-sized rope. It is easy to screw
snob an iron into anything worthy of
being called a soil, usmg a stick, if ne
cossary, after the manner of an augur
handle. Such a tother-pin as this will
defy the efforts of the strongest animal
to pull it np, and with tho ring at the
level of the ground it is impossible for
tho rope to be twisted around the pin.
This dovioe is likewise serviceable in a
hnndred other ways about a country
house, or, indeed, wherever the surface
earth is not covered by a natural or ar
tificial pavement of stones. It will hold
guy-ropes for shears, er the lower block
of hoisting tackle, or tent ropes, or, in
deed, any rope which is to be firmly
held at the snrfaoe of the ground, and
the great beauty of it is that it does not
get nattered to pieces by being ham
mered down every time it is set in a new
Breathing Through the Nose.
The pernicious habit of breathing
through the mouth, while Bleeping or
waking, is very hurtful. There aro
many persons who sleep with the month
open, and do not know it. They may
go to sleep with it closed, and wake
with it closed; hut if the mouth is dry
and parohed on waking it is a sign that
the mouth has been open during sleep.
Snoring is a certain sign. This habit
should lie overcome. At all times, ex
cept when eating, drinking or speaking,
keeep the month firmly olesed and
breathe through the nostrils, and retiro
with a firm determination to conquer.
The nostrils are the proper breathing
apparatus?not the month. A man may
inhale poisonous gases through the
month without being aware of it, but
not through the nose.?Science of
Influence of the Olon.
A. S. Fnller writes the New York
Tribune as follows : Every nurseryman
who has had much experience in the
propagation bf fruit, and other kinds of
trees by budding and grafting, is aware
of the faot that the oion has more influ
ence upon the stock than the reverse.
That the oion whieh afterward becomes
the top of the tree has a powerful influ
ence in giving oharacter to the root, is
so v/oii known oven among the common
laborers in ft nursery that they are soon
dole, to determine the style of roots a
(roe has before putting a spado into the
ground when abont digging it up. Va
rieties with numerous small twiggy
brunches will have roots of a corres
ponding character, and vice verm. Still
all may have been originally worked
upon the same sort of stocks.
oas^nwBB Xbot??Within the lost
fow months a oouBiderable number of
poraona hiwo exiled Hpou Dr. Walker,
tb.6' proprietor bf the popular medicine
known aa Vinegar Bitters, and assured
him that,,in their belief, his preparation
is ait infalHblo antidote for rum and to
bacco. The minute details v/hieh have
been furnished him forbid him to doubt
the accuracy of tho statements. This
new claim of a great remedy to tho con
fidence of, f;he public will give a vast
and well deserved impulse to'its popu
larity. Heretofore, the "Bitters have
been recognized as a purex.vegetablo
tonic and corrective, devoid of alcohol,
and thoroughly adapted to the cure of
stomach and bowel complaints, nervous
disorders, Jnlious affections, muscular
diseases, and, indeed, a majority of the
ailments within the reach of medicine;
but if it will also cure'the craving for
liquor and tobacco, philosophers, states
men and theologians ought' to unite
their voices in its praise. Can the good
uowsbotruoV It in easy to tost tho
? A Nbw IitfAD.-t-Hcw to any times does
50 go into??v.?v? ? ,It goon 6,000 limes. Well,
that is a good por cout. Will tho host " !ca<l"
ovct struck pay aa much ? Certain]y not. But
thoro aro strong probabilities that, an invoBt
mont of fifty dollars mado in tho last Grand
Gift Concert, in aid of the Public Library of
Kentucky, will pay that por oont. to Boroobody.
We havo only to wait till tho 80th of Novem
ber for the roault.
The most stylish collar that is worn
now is the improved Warwick.* Itj fits better
than any other on a low cat shut. All tho
edges being folded, and tho surface looking bo
much like linen, wo recommend all to try it.
Ask. your genta' Xunuaher for tho improvod. j
Sent free, on receipt of -neck and
breast measure, height, weight and prico, our
(sample) " Modol $2 Shirt." Fittoa by patent
ed model. StyliBh and substantial. Addross
Model Shirt Co., 818onth 8th St., Philadelphia.
Go to Riverside "Water Cure, Hamilton, 111
Tlic People's Stamp of Value.?Tho
j Government endorsment, which legalizes tho sate
of Plantation Bitters, In not the only stamp af
fixed to that famous Vegetable Toxio. It bears,
in addition to that official sanction, tho btij.L moiu:
VALUABLE STAUF OP X-UBLIG AFPllOrJATION. Till? In
catimabto voucher of its rare properties as a Tonic,
ConnxcTivB and Altebativk is world-wide.
How to Look Young:?Sixteen.?Don't
paint or use vilo Hair Restorers, bnt pImply apply
Hagan*s Magnolia Balm upon your face, neck and
bands, and use Lyon'a E?thalron upon your hair.
Tho Bahn makes yonr complexion pearly, soft and
natural, and yon cant teU what did It. It removes
freckles, tan, saUowncas, ring-marks, moth-patches,
etc., and to place of a red, rustic face, you have the
marble purity of an exquisite belle. It gives to
middle ago tho bloom .or perpetual youth. Add
these effects to a splendid heed of; hair produced
by the Eathalron, and a lady has done her best in
way of adornment. Brothers will have no spinster
i sisters when these articlea aro around.
Dr. Dan'l Wevaer of Uoston. fell down
a mining shaft near Denver, 7f feet. Ho was terri
bly bruised, limbs broken, ?ml supposed to bo dead.
Mexican Mustang Liniment was freely nscd, con
sciousness restored, bis lifo saved, and ho camo
home to eight weeks. This is tho most wonderful
article for Bruises, Sprains, lUionmatlsm, SwcUlngs,
Spavin, Ringbone, Sores, or any flesh, bono or
muscle ailment upon man or beast, eve? discovered.
It Is humanity to animals. It has saved much suf
fering and many useless doctors' bills. It can bo
had for S ' eta. and $1.00 por bottle, In any drug
store. But beware of counterfeits. The genuine
Is wrapped In a flno steel-plate label, signed " G. W.
OR AGB NTH?Best |3 article ; send ft. Fami
lies need dozens, s. s. Kirk, Washington, D.C
ftlRO ftOfi per day at home. Terms free. Address'
Oil) h VAU gxo.btinbon a Co.. Portland. Maine
Bach Week. Agents wanted. Partien*
Iura free. worth <& CO., Bt. Louis, Mo.
IV tlom Ac.UUYjfur.lUcU. Kiully tran.frrrnt. JUGkb Clitvmo.
UcU. Airatiwutxl. J.UPATTKN A CO.,Tl Pln.&U N.V.
AGENTS WANTED?Meii nnd women (31 a
week or 1105 forfeited. The Beeret free. Write
at once to CO WEN & CO., 8th street. New York.
<n?t> >? per DAY coninl-sltin or 3AO a week
?B>^50 salary.and expenses; WeofTcf It and will
E*A Ylt. Apply n?iw.C? Welilier ?JK. Co. Marlon.O
1^ fi*i f\ mtm I fAH A Only i"-, lent Inn Jloefijip thai 1m
Kl II mW* I Iwa R-w ?IdraiiiW-nrt connections tvcipli'te.
BbWI I II ?VI SCOTT A CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED?Young men to learn Telegraph OporA*
tltiR for now railroad offices. Permanent positions
guaranteed a* soon as qualified. Address Paclllc
Telegraphic Co , 151 Main street. Memphis, Tenn.
?1.000 PK 11 WEEK
CAN BE MADE by any smart man who con
keep his business to himself. Address 1
D. F. HERMANN, Uoboken. New Jersey.
men ih to Agents. For terms und circulars address
NEW WORLD PUBLISHING CO. Ph ladelphla.
liest Comic Paper.
"" cts. a Year, and
THE QUEER. S
that charmlUKL'olored Picture, 10x18. free. Speci
mens a cts. Presto Change, best Puzzle, 10 cts.
Agents wanted. Adrt'STmeQuaKn, WIscoy.Minn.
TTTQTI N"NKV IN 'IT HURKI Just nut.
uUOll Userul, h n ml-nine, Cheap. Bells every*
THE I where. Send for p nspccttts' to K. <?
DO/Vf/l hRTOOMAN, o Barclay street. N. Y.
IjUUJxlor 179 West -Ith street. Cincinnati, Ohio.
CINCINNATI WEEKLY STAR!
Including Postage, and tho Finely Illustrated
"STAR" Almanac, fl per Year.
ANTI-MONOPOLY?TUB OItANOEKH' FAr EB?
Containing eight large pages of reading matter.
The farmer merchant and mechanic In any part
nr ihe country will lind thlt thq best of the Week
lies, ,to say nothing or the Ioul price. Agents are
oflered InducementssnperlorTo anything herein
(ore attempted. Bpeclmen conies free. Address
"T1IK BT All,'? Cincinnati, Ohio.
"GODET'S LADY'S BOOK
Offers to nnd will glvo to every subscriber .^whether
single or In a club, who pays In udvunce lor 1875.
and remits direct to this office,
A. Copy of " THE X11C8CTJB3,"
The handsomest chromo ever ofrered. For circu
lar, containing terms, etc , address L A. QODBY.
N.K. Cor. Sixth dt Chestnut - ts., Philadelphia. Pa.
WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD
Is llrown'a Bliakspearlan Almsnsc for
1874. It fairly glows with quotations an? Illus
trations from the " nard of Avon." and from lop
to toe Is man's lifo Illustrated I shall print iou?
mllllon conies or more, and being desirous of
making tho distribution of them as rupltl as possi
ble, I will send ten or (lfien copiesIree, prepaid, to
any onn who will Judiciously dlspo o or them tu
their locality. Address Dn. ?. I'll KI.PS BltOWN,
No. JlOrandatreet, Jt-rsoy < My, Hew Jersey.
lOK. AGEnTS WANTED
JnewbookTELL it all
Dy Mrs. 8tenhout? of Rait I.aV? Cltr. fcrUR
Trais tho wife of a Mormon High Print. It lays '
hare the "hUtden life " of the Mormon, a. s *' ii-ii/f
uirni? xeoman tret it." Bright, Pur* and Ouod, It
it the >?ti new Iwink rut, and outwll. all other*
ikrtt to one. Minlatrrs nay " fltul r/ et,I if."
Everybody want* It. We want ?,000 murr lru?ty
>W? anil will mail Outfit Krro t.i nil who will
canva-i. Larf* pamphlet, with full jiartlrtilata. untfree.
Addxt.a Quem City Publishing Co., CINCINNATI, Oil lb.
Grand, Snnare ant Dpwrignt Pianos,
Ruperlor to all others. Every Piano Warranted
for Five Years,illustrated Catalogue*, with Price
I.Ist, luallrnl fr> e n i lt| p'|S ii'un
8teinway Ar sons,
los 107, hfl <V i" ti\.titt:i -ureei, N? w V?n.
MANUFAOTURKRB and dealers In Needles
for all Hewing Machines. 1 Dox. Needles for
any Bowing Machine sent to any P. o. address on
receipt Ot 60 eta. Try them. Agents supplied.
eler & Wilson's
I*?R FAMILY USB,
IsTEW USTo. 3
For kallicr Work and Heavy Tailoring.
Wheeler <fc Wilson's Family Sowing Machine
was the first Introduced Into the household for gen*
cru) oso and for mare than twenty year* has Stood
unrivaled. Moro than 1,000,000 have bean sold,
a number far exceeding the total salea qfany other
machine of Us class, j ' '3 a ? g
Wheeler ?fc Wilsen ?s>New,No..G getting Machino
Is designed to do In j? sjbpwlog manner a wider ]
range ofwork than any sewing machine hereto
fore produced, itls especially adapted tothestlt^h
Ing of bo t* and shoet, harness, .carriage trimmings,
gloves, lea'her ioork generally,bags, hosiery, cloth
ing, and heavy /abriet of every description. It Is
Intended to bo operated either by foot, or at a
bisher rain <>r jukuuI i.im.? other machines by steam
or other power, and Is rapidly gaining that pre
eminence lor manufacturing rorpovcspsrh'ch their
family mnchluo has long maintained in the house
hold. Bend for circular, giving testimonials and
description of tho machino, to
Whcclrr ft Wilson Manufoturing Co.,
625 Broadway, N. Y.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST]
PAPER IN THE OOUNTHY'.
Unexoelled by any Weekly Literary
Publication, East or West?
CANVASSERS WANTED IN EVERY
TOWN IN THE UNITED STATES.
The most Liberal Premiums and dab Rates ever
offered by any newspaper. Write tor a Circular
containing full information, etc. Specimen copies
furnished on application. Address
TUB LEDGER COMPANY, cniOAQO, ILU j
FIFTH ? LAST 6IFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PaWic Library of Kentnckr.
NOVEMBER 30, 1874.
Drawing Certain at that Dates.
LIST OP GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gift. $250,000
Ouo Grand Cash Gift. 100,000
One Graud Cash Gift.?. 70,000
One Graud Cash Gift.-..?. 60,000
Ono Grand Cash Gift. 20,000
6 Cash Gifts, f-10,000 each.......... 100,000
10 Cash Gifts, 14,000 each. 140,000
15 Cash Gilts, 10,000 each. 150.000
20 Cash Gifts, 6,000 each. 100.000
25 Cash GUIs, 4,000 each....^,.. 100,000
30CashGlfU, 3,000 each. 00,000
50 Cash Gifts, 2,000 each. 100,000
100 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each. 100,000
210 Cash Gifts, 600 each. 120,000
500 Cash Gifts, 100 each. 60,000
19,000 Cash GUIs, CO each. 950,000
Grand total 20,000 Gifts, all cash.$2,600,000
PRICE OF TICKET8.
Whole Tickets.$ 60.00
Tenth, or each Coupon. 6.00
11 Wholo Tlcketa for. 600.00
22^ Tlcketa for..1,000.00'
Vor Tickets or information, address
THO. ?2. BHABaXKTTK,
Agent and Manager,
Public library Building, Louisville, Ky.
Winners of Til UKE IIIOTIKST MHDALU and
DIPLOMA OF ilONOH at Vienna., 1873, I'A His
1S17. and In AMKUICA AI.WAYH. Declared by
MUHll'IANH(IKNKllAI,LY lobe UMtlVALKD
and INCOMPAKABLK. Sold at llxod uniform
prices to all. which arc printed anil Invariable.
1-CllCflAsBR.B OF ORGANS Altlfi UK
MINOKT? unit tin- temptation to Dealern and
Peddlers In Very strong to deal brand recommend
as nest tho or. ans of those makers who will pay
them the largest commissions or dis
count* for selling
The MASON tz H.iMLTN OIK* AN CO.._prlnt
Ing as thev do their lowest prices, i nn afford to
dealers only the smallest commissions. This
p'ati secures to every pmchaser the lowast price,
because tliu dealer cannot ask moro than the Cat
alogue price; but It causes many dealers to do their
best to sell other organs, simply because they get
enormous discounts on them, Home organs are
cuirontly sold to dealers at seventy flvo per cent,
discount, or nt one quarter the prices printed for
them. As a rule, lie poorer the organ the higher
its printed prlconnd the sre?terihedlscount on It.
The MASON A IIA M LI N OHO A N CO. are now
olVerliiK nowHtylcs.wHh Important Improvements;
nud aro selling not only lor cash exclurlvely, but
also on new plans of easy psymenUi, running
through ono yenr or longer. They also rent new
eritnns with prlvltece of purchase. Rent paid
tltrco years imrchnscs the Organ.
send ior the Illustrated Catalogues and Circular,
which give very lull Information, and are vent
free. Address TIIK MASON A IIAftfMNOU
O AN CO., at either New York, lloaton, or
Dunham & Sons, Manufacturers,
' Warerooms, 18 Eilt 14th Street,
[Eatabhsbea 1834.] NEW YORK.
Send for Illustrated Cirsulpr and Price List.
Don't despair I Beat
the cream of medical
literature I Thirty
rears aniona the
afllictmi: thuusands saved from an early graver
lost vitality; nervous weakness; who may marry,
why not; lost memory; Impaired health. Thirty
lectures delivered at Chicago Medical Institute,
vvieo 60ct?. Consultation free. Oures guaranteed,
a ddiress or call on Dr. A. O OL1N. 187 Washington*
si .corner Stato, Chicago, ill. Pisastat home tot
pt Ments. AllTorrespoudsnos confldtntlaL
IF you wish to get a PRACTICAL UU8I
NB8B KDUOATION, attend and graduate at
that oldest, Isrgest and most thoroughly managed
Instllntlon. .TOMES' OOMMBB.CIAL AND
1 IC I. KU RA PR COLLKOIS, Bt, Louis, Ma
Write for a Circular.
fftSHJOfiS. " Smjth;s ll|uslr ?fMeri? BJ&ar,''
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1 Only ONE POLME and TEN t'ESTS a YEAH, with a Splendid' Premiomi Sec itt(i 0*W?twW,
DESCRIPTION ?F THES
?Three. Bolts In one?Pnttc
th OLOTlI MODEL, a.00.
Boy. 8alt-8k.es. 8 too years-Pa ttern, WUhCJLOTH IttODBl*,
EL, 60 cent:1.
ist hoTv to put tho garment to
T fiUIDl.K. : -
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