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'priJ 19, 1834
6 THE WEALTH MAKERS. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON IV, SECOND QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 22. Teat f tba I -man. Gee, ill, SS-41 Meos vry Tenee, lt-40 oldB Teat, I Sam. II. M-CouBMtwr Vf the Rt. D. M. M. "And Pharaoh Mid onto hU servant, Cuwiflnd such a one m tbka man to whom th Spirit of God M" Very varied and full of trial bad hern tbe 10 yean or mora of Joseph's life since Lis bretuen sold him to tba Mid Ian It, and several of them had been paad In prison through tba lying of a wicked woman. As w see him now ba baa just been brought from the priaon to Interpret, If ba can, to Pharaoh bli double dream. Disclaiming all power to do ao of himself (verm 10), but giving the glory to Go!, he, by tbe Spirit, interpret and appliea tbe drt-am; benoe from I'baraob tbe worda of tbta versa. 89. "And Pharaoh aald onto Joseph, For BJtmuch aa God bath ahewed thee all tlii. there ii none ao discreet and wine aa thou ant." Joacjih bad suggested that officer be appointed who during the year of plenty should make provUion for the year of famine to follow, peruana without a thought that he who had Just been brought from prison might ba of any service, but God'a aet time to favor Joseph had come. Tbe dream of long ago are on the way to fulfillment. "Thi n-fore will the Jxrd wait that He way m gracious. Messed are all they thut wait for Him," 40. "Thou shalt Imi over my hoiiKc, and according unto thy word ahull all my two plu m ruled; only In the throne will j be greater than thou," Truth In surely strati Ker UiMii fiction. From a prison to a throne In an hour; from Ignominy and disgrace to all but the supreme position in the lurid, Promotion comi-tb neither from the cast nor from the west, nor from the aoutb, but iod I the Judge, Jle puttetb down one and settctb up another (Pa. lxxv, A, 7). He brlngetb low and llfti-th up (I Ham, ii, 7). There Is a good story of from ft prison to a throne in 11 Kings xxv, 7-80. hut that was simply deliverance, not rulcreblp. 41, "And l'harnoh aald unto Joseph, Bm, I have aet thee overall the land of Kgypt," Joseph put it a little differently and more correctly wbuu be aald, "Uod hath made tue lord of all Kgypt" (chapter xlv, ), Hap py are thoee who recognise II la baud In all the eventa of life. W may sea the visible Instrumentality, or look baak of It all and sea only God, Moses endured a seeing Him who la Invisible (Heb. xi). 4ii. "And Pharaoh took off hi ring from hl hand, and put it upon Joseph1 band, and arrayed hi in In vestures of line linen, and put a gold chain about hi ni-ck." Ho did the king to Mordwal (Kst, vili, 19) and iielshait.ar to Dun lei (Dsn. v, 20), The soul thut I redeemed hy the blood of Jtssus can truly ay, "He brought me up also out of an horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and act my feet upon a rock and established my goings;" "He hath clothed me with the garment! of salvation; He hath covered me with the robe of righteousness;" "He hath mad me a king and a priest unto God, and I shall reign on the earth" (l's. xl, 2; lsit. Ixi, 10; lU?v. y, 10). 43, "And he made him to ride in the sec ond chariot which he had, and they cried before him, How the knee, and be mode him ruler over all the land of Kgypt." Jo seph's humiliation, although wholly undo aerved, could not be said to be voluntary; but Jeans humbled Himself and became obedient unto tbe death of the cros, where fore God hath highly exalted Him and given Him a name which 1 above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow (PhU. II, 8-10), If we have the mind of Christ we will cheerfully humble oursulve unto tba death of self for HI sake. 44 "And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, lam Pharaoh, and without thee shall no man lift up hi band or foot la all the land of Kgypt." Of Jesus it It written that all thing were created by Him and for Him, nd that In Him we live and move and have our being (Col. 1, 10; Acta xvil, H). It 1 to he feared that of some of u It might be said, "The God In whose hand thy breath la, and whose are all thy ways, bust thou Dot glorified r" (Dan. v, 23). If, as Hi re deemed, we would only allow the fact to grasp u that we are to ait with Him on Hi throne (llev. ill, JJ1), we would walk more worthy of our high oalllng. 45. "And Pharaoh called Joseph's nam Zapbnath paaneah, and be gave hltn to wife Asenath, the daughter of Polipherali, priest of On. And Joseph went out over all tbe laud of Egypt." The margin says that this new name of Joseph means "Huvealur of Secrets," but in Young's concordance it is aald to mean "Savior of the World." Ilotb ri suggestlvo of Hlra who J tbe only Ba vh.ur, and who does nothing without reveal Inn' HI secret unto Hi servant tbe pro phet (A mo 111, 7). That be should receive an Egyptian wife during the period of his brethren's hatred and rejection i suggest ive of the fact that when Israel shall agalu see Jesus they will And that during the time of His rejection he has taken to Him self a bride which will bo lamely Gentile. 40. "And Joseph was 30 yt-urs old when lie stood liefure Pharaoh, king of Kgypt. And Joseph went out from the presence of Pharaoh and weitt throughout all the laud of Kgypt." Jesus wa about 30 year old when He began ill publlo work (Luke 111,83). Daniel aod hi friend at a prob ably much yuuiigur sue are said to have stood Iwfort the king (Dsn. I, IV). Hut net thsr Jesus nor Daulel nor Joseph stood be for man a much a they stood before God, They were like KHJah.who said. "The jUrd God of Israel livrth, before whom I staud" (I King xvil, 1), When we leant to stand more lu the preseuceof God, w n ill be Ut ter tjualitlml to stand More num. 47, "And In tun seven pWuteous ytars til earth brought foitlt by handful." "What God I about to do He sbewvth unto l'ha fault," rr the words of Joawph as he In terprrted the dreams (vrr '), So we - iu these years of prosperity the hand of the I,4rd for god. It wa Mil bli Ming upon Israel's land whit n In (lie Uth year made It bring forth fruit ( r li re years (Uv, v, lit), 'Die bleosing t the I.rd it iiiakctb rkh.aitd Ml addah nothing tbrrv lo tl'rov, s, IM, It, V.K 4. "Aud he gathered up all the fund of lt.vu )t, whit l Were lu the html t f KgJ I't. ud laid tip the ! . In ll.s i ill. ., tl. ul of the field w hU li round about every illy Uld he up In the wins, " u f.r lfity he 1'feiMHe.l (or dverlty, While iioj, " Ihe l4irl is toy shdtrd. I khail in 4 wsnt," ts are not authorial to U ellhf (rvl. ImpKHl Uiit. tinf ;,i4 did tiot ctiiumeud the liiijml stwid, lot II drew a pr!tl Iwm.hi from his Uuv t how w "it t,uie xvl, , Vi. i oiistdirln vrrs (1, tl. the Vsiy s,igkeslle bauiwi Jtm pti gae o hi ihiMrm. Cuiupaie th "tio uotw Jvsa(,l, What U ssllh to )ui do," with Mary word to the esivaul f,vr W ud oh t, 5. HOW TO PREVENT DISEASE. IPkrs'e'aa Believe Ceosomptlve People Should Not Marry. At recent lecture Dr. Potter of Al bany said that consumption was tbe most fatal of all disease. To prevent this fearful malady be maintained tbat all animal foods must be examined; also all animal tbat furnish food, and tbe food furnished to them. Should any inch animal be found to le afflicted with tuberculosis, It shonld Instantly be killed ami cremated to prevent a ipread of the germs. It would also in- reive a circumspection of railroad cars and steamboats to prevent people afflict ed with tuberculoflis hoarding them. Then, again, a man afflicted with tu berculosis should not be allowed to mar ry a healthy woman. The same applies equally to a woman afflicted in tbe same way, and still "tore to man and woman if both of them bad tbe disease. 'I advocate," added the doctor, "the enactment of statute by tbe legislature prohibiting such marriages and mak ing parties contracting them criminally liable." Dr. Potter next outlined the history of typhoid fever and said tbat no means had yet been discovered to prevent it from spreading. Tbe sumo thing might also be said of diphtheria. The speaker suid that the first necesHa- ry step in the prevention of disease was the instruction of medical men, who should acijnaint the people with the methods of preventing all diseases and not inform them bow to enrotbetu when they got them. Dr. Potter said tbat it was possible to prevent the sptead or diphtheria by seeing that the throats of persons who were apt to be exposed were protected so that there would bo no in oculation. How to Make Polish Psnnake. Beat 8 eggs very light, use V,4 pints of milk, the richer the Lctti r, a sprin kle of nutmeg and grated lemon peel and a salt spoonful each of suit and sug ar. Melt 3 ounces of butter, mix it with the flour, of which you will need 10 ounces, and gradually work in the whole mixture. Cook in a frying pan with butter, but pimrr in more than for the English pancakes. Before the bat ter has thoroughly set, drop a few cur rants upon each cuke, allow it to cook thoroughly and turn with a fork, Hprin kle thick with sugar and roll. How to Neleet a lirush For the Sculp. The right sort of a hairbrush used on tbe sculp two or three times a duy will remove every perceptible trace of dan druff. The scalp needs cure, and to reach it the buir should be cnt with the comb at intervals of extreme proximity, so as to bristle every portion of the skin and brush awuy the scurf. The metal woven brush is not to bo recommended unless the desiro is to produce baldness. What is known in the trade as the bar ber brushes are the best, of which the unbleached and undyed boar's bristle is first choice, A black brush conceals the dirt, and a dirty brush will not clean the head. If the bristles are dyed, they will have lost some of their firmness, and instead of going through the hair or scraping the scalp they will bend un der pressure. A woman's hairbrush should have bristles not more than half an inch long, unbleached white prefer red, and i tilt enough to scratch but not irritate the scalp. It should be hand sewed the points should present an ir regular surface to correspond with the elevations and depressions of the scalp. Bucb a brush, wood liotind, cannot be bought for much less than f 3. How to Make Parchment Paper. Immerse it for a few moments in a mixture composed of 2 parts of sulphu ric acid and 1 of water. Then dip the paper into cold water, shaking it about to removo acid traces. Then dip it in water in which is a small quantity of acid, to perfect the removal of all acid. As it would wrinkle in drying, it must bo stretched on a frame while still wet. How the Baying "A Mis I a Good a a Mile" Arose. The above expression bad its origin in a tale, by Turpin, of two friends, Amia (or Amys) and Amilo (or Amyle), who are supposed to have lived iu the reign of King Pepin. According to the story, Amilo risked his lifo and fortune to save tbe reputation of his friend Amis. The latter nobly repaid him by sacrificing his children to cure Amile of bis leprosy by anointing him with their blood. Ho had the delight of see ing A mile thus perfectly cured, and also of having his children Immediately aft er miraculously restored to lifo, The friends were burled on tbe same day in the same grave. Amis was as good as Amile, or. as we have it, "A miss is as good ha it mile," Hew th Word "OypsyM Came Into Oipsy, more properly gypy, means n Egyptian, the supposition being the gyiiea came front Egypt, The French called them Bohemians, believing that they tame from Bohemia. The fact Is, however, that the original homo of the gypsies wa India, whence they were driven by invading horde, Itnw to Prewar Haute, Dark lb-shed bird, like duck and K rouse, should 1 rved a rare a roast lii f-thai is, so that the blood runs when i hey are rut. Bird with white flesh, like partridge, should be conked at long and u thoroughly a the Iu h, A very good rule I to rook c,hivImh k ot redhead duck i.Umt 80 minute, teal IS, grouse about '', d 1 ltd from U to 14, plover or wssco k 10 and Eng lish snii from H t 0, ttirtil require N I weiii 11 and Is iiilmiti and par (rid from i to Id minute, All litis tnrni with a good, Vtlk oven, T -rt a t'twt l'rH fvte i im The I ltd i tiMi.'t t row tin). he Is able lo stand re. t and al" hi Vd lo the fullest riteiit, .Sow, It a plank, or even a-lsth, U plated aU ve hi erh ao thai tie t'atutt gain an upright I'loi;, he crttin.it p.ilily lift tip his ti Ice, tut, vtt tb uuutrsry, imni ruism dumb, No. 100. Transposition. Wben tbe following words are transposed, tbeir initials, read downward, will form the name of a cathedral town in England: AW WARS A town of Poland. KOAN A river of Italy. IHENR-A river of Germany. LKCWWOI-A town of Ireland. VKKSEHNNI A county of Scotland. KLL1HHAC A town ot England. BEKITSDDNIEHM-A town of Worces tershire. ! n No. 101. Beheaded Words. I am at tbe very edge; behead me, and I am a place for skating; again, and I am a useful liquid. I am something to sit on; behead me, and I belong to the head; again, and I am the atmosphere. - No. 109, Hidden Proverb. 1. "Ff aaaaatttbllsbeeedrrbb o o n n 1." 3, "Mmssrpeeeeeeyttttveaal ssskhdouug." 8. "Ooeeekttttrrliiliiwnssh hh," 4. "Sss'skkfpwuuyoooocaaaa a e ee r r 1 1 ii n ni t." No. 103. Historic Hollies. 71 letters. 8, 8, 81, 33, 37-M, C5, M, 70, 68, 27, the country seat of Washington, 13, 80, 21, 10, 4H, 7, i), 64, M, C3, the coun try seat of Jefferson. 17, IU, !i0-:i5, W. W, 41, SO, 87, 30, 28, 14, tbe home f Andrew Jackson, 6, 5, 00, M, 0J, 11, 10, the estate of Henry Clay. 7, 4, 33, 84, 40, 7, 8, 4.1, 44, 17, tbo estate which Iktyurd Taylor established in Penn sylvania, 84, 41, M, 71, 00, 82, David Thoreuu's "her- DlltHgM." , 4(1, W, 37, 21, 1!), 2i, 4S, 58, 85, tbe home of Washington Irving. m, m, 4ft, f3, m, BO, 41, the cottage in which died tbe child wife of Edgar Allan Poe. 59, 12, 47, 81, 70, 87, 84, 43, 07, W, 1, the present home of the Lee family. 53, 05, 7054, 5, 7, 19, tbe home or Hlcb- ard M. Johnston after the war. O), 00, 01, 877. 2, 10, 17, 13,28,23, tbe home of Frances Willard. 30, 54, 83-3, 15, 11, 42, 4, at one time tbe borne of Hawthorne, The whole is an appropriate quotation. Examiner. Vo. 104, Illustrated Central Acrostic. All the words pictured contain the same number of letters. Wben rightly guessed and placed one Mow tbe other in tbe order in which they are numbered, the central letters will spell the name of a broad dag ger which was formerly worn at tbe girdle. ttt, Nicholas. No. ion. Tangle. Ho, htaw a dutiinel ewb ew vaeew Xhew rlfst ew tparicceot ccilveei. No. 100. Geographical Anagram. Go sail, muff! Can tilt a cuuoe, No earth, 8, Tars visit A. I)., 'Tl a cable, Can't I cart canoe? A mariner ueeds tea, In a cap of C ice, . Boat Luff, in fogJIL, ' Brig Sary Dean, Belay, Maria! I a sea cap'n, im , Keef snug, P. L. C, Is any hai'lfoi ? Tw Icebound It. P. L. astern, '"! Din In a canoe, Of fun by day, C Ice ou a cart, A. B. C, lake, It's to a rock, Trio tar rest, Lo! see yawl, I tar ten brigs, It., Hob T. sail by, V. It. yu boat men f O dive to raft, s'rl Bo'son, yawl, Dump cooul sail) t'ap'n Telsj' boy. f tkjLJ t FH 1 WJWV mil Key to Ihe l'ulr. No, M.-Alphals tlcid puxlei King Phil ip. No. W. Numerical Kulguias Birming ham, No. IH Card Pancake; No auswer re quired. No. VI. Two K uy Diamonds; L C TIN T A It I. I 1. A C C ANAL N K It A T C I. No, W Double Ac rvu.no, I. 1 1 n I M 1 It C U g tl 1 1 1 1 T u N T r a T 1. o u ti E 0 h o It a I M O r I f t e K CteaR K ii a v r V No. tti,-llidd.n PntU. 1 "A burnt child dread the life " 3 'WniMilulluu save iiSue." No, W t fttofi IUtlng. N.t W -in-i,iil,i.ul .i tio; t. Ant rp, t A tt No. tel. A lttv.b'i Kind red. Na ir rr4ii"ttioiii I'ter, rip, ri, X, wt - .(,. ,lrd ft. t lot.l.vii t Mow I itlltsliv .1 J.Mrph 4 til. No, w -)aiUttoivai Dtaft, Caul, U ,ue, A b. k, A la , POPULAR PROPER NAMES. Mrs. Newman of London la said be the only woman jeweler of import ance in the world. Alma-Tadema is said to ask more conundrums and to tell more funny stories than any other diner-out in London. Justice Brewer of the United States supreme court is in charge of the bible class in the First Congregational church of Washington. Paderewski is traveling for pleas ure through Italy in remote places, far from the enticement of pianos, lie will return to America next Novem ber. Of the twelve bridesmaids at Queen Victoria's wedding only three sur vivethe dowager duchess of Bed ford, the duchess of Cleveland and Lady Jane El I ice, Edison has perfected and taken per fect plates with his kinetescope, an instrument by which a series of pict ures can be rapidly taken of a person or object in motion In what is practi cally a single picture. The empress of Austria, who has a custle at Corfu, is said to have added a codicil to her will to the effect that hhe is to be buried on the island, quite neur the shore, so thut the waves may continually beat over her tomb. Mr. Yung Yu, wife of the Chinese minister to Washington, continues to progress. Not long ago she astonished tliu capital world by appearing at a state dinner. Now she puys calls with the minister in his stylish broug ham. A Philadelphia paper credits ex- Henator Edmunds with regarding Philadelphia as the most patriotic and American of American cities, and with saying that it does his soul good just to walk around Independence hall arid get a glimpse of Cue old Liberty bell. The chateau which Dumas built near Naint Germaine and called Monte Cristo, after the book that furnished him with most of the cash wherewith to erect it, is again in the market It is an architectural toy of which the novelist eventually grew tired, and during the pust twenty yeurs it has had many occupants. Among the numerous talismans which tiie shah of Persia carries with him on his travels is a circle of amber which fell from heaven in Mahomet's timo and renders the wearer invul nerable, a casket of gold which makes him invisible at will, and a star which is potent to make conspirators instant ly confess their crimes. A denial is made on the authority of Mrs. Uose Hawthorne Lathrop that Nathaniel Hawthorne was engaged to bo married to the late Elizabeth Pea body before meeting her sister Sophia, whom be afterward married. Her aunt, however, Mrs. Lathrop says, took a warm interest in the young writer, and tried with matronly kind ness to bring him into more active in tercourse with people. (Senator Perkins of California was a sailor before the mast at the ago of sixteen, and a few years later be was a porter iu the general store of which he afterwards became proprietor. Ho accomplished this rise in life by rare self-denial. Receiving a salary of S'iO per month, be saved $50 a month by doing- his own cooking, making his own clothing and living in a wiiy that a fastidious tramp would have scorned. DAUGHTERS OF EVE. The discontented woman finds no easy-chair. Working girls are said to earn better wages in San Francisco than any other American city. The legislature of Alabama has voted to admit girls to the state uni versity, but not ouo has yet applied. This inscription appears in a Wis consin cemetery, over the grave of a woman, written by her husband: "Tears cannot restore thee, therefore I weep." In Dutch Guiana the women carry upon their persons all the family sav ings in the tflmpe of heavy bracelets, anklets, necklaces and even crowns of gold and silver. She I don't know what I should do if I thought you were marrying mo for my money, lie Then, odarling, don't think of it. I'm sure it will be ever so much pleasanter for us both if you don't, The versatility of mind and the ease of manner which a free and social life develops in- American women appear In strong contrast with the results of the more formal oil una lion which Is often seen in Europe. "(Hi, sir, please, I have swallowed a pin!" exclaimed a servant girl, run ning Into her master's surgery, "Never mind, Mary," he replied, deep In sttdy,,mver tulud; here' an other" drawing otw f-om hi pin cuhlSn. Children should be trained to eat slowly, no matter how hungry or what important business U pressing. Much safer a little foul well ground than a hearty meal swallowed lu httte, Cobl fiHxl is even none, ilitlloult to digest than hot, if taken tHi rapidly. The number of women writer, edi tor and Jotit-uaHst lit the t'nlUd Kingdom U vei-y much smaller than one might ft pert -unly "Wo, a against .Mil men. There are fourteen wonu u journalists 1., tn.-fii the age d tlfteeu and twenty, li between thirty-ltv and fort -live, uu t twenty above Uty tUe. Ill olio of the best ktiowii gviuUA sltiui for women In this country the resident physletan si'd lit reiHMlt Intenlew! "Dost Is almost a much out of place lo re us It would Iki In th dlstecttug room I am eayte-cyvd for Its appear-tnee, and I a,u proud to say that tho lui.tuee It hand dald that U, wllli a c'.olh To the twt f tuy knowledge ul belimf a feather duster ba iievtir f uii I kdijeKa he re." Amaf Root, W. C. Allyx, Stat Stock Aaeat Nebraska Stat Cattle saleema. Farmers' Alliance, omoa AMD WU AJICIaL SilMH. Allen Root & Company, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS loom 220, RHTBMItCEfl flirt Natloaal Bask of Omaha. Commercial Wat tonal Bank. Omaka. TJ. It. Ts. National Bank, Scutk Omaha, Keb. Savings Lxchange Bank. Omaka. Ceatral City Bank, Central City, KJ, . i. W. Castor, Pies. W B. Luch, Ken. J. O. L. LmcH. Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. OP NEDRAOKA. Organized In 1891. 42i000000 fpsurape flow Ir Kffet. DiBICTOltS: J. W. Castor, Emerald. Neb. J. P. Route. Alvo. Neb. J. Li. Hermunce, Raymond. Neb, A. oreeusmyer, ineeney, Meo. II. a. Jlarls. ttyracuse. WeD. J A. Kloten. Ooehoer, Neb. J. A. Barr. York. Neb. W.j, Hlhlreth. Kxeter, Neb. N. . Hyatt, President, eb. Celebrated Des Moines Equalizers. No. ft, Four Horses for Sulky, Gang or Walking three on tbe land. No side draft H wing clear ft crASOLINE ENGINES mm Tbe pest Irfl rsw minutes' attention a day II II will keep it running. Most economical: guaranteed oot ol runnluif I one cent pr hoi-M power per hour. Adlreu, - BoiHo.eo. Weber 6as & Gasolloi Engins Co., Kansas FOR SALE I L ) FRANK IAMS, More State Prize Winners Than All Importers of Nebraska. lams' "select 400" stirred up the animals ana wen wie raw uu priwi ior- msi draft horses- and no man's horses barred-aLd over vBT Nebraska draft stallion, mare er colt, shown at World's Fair lams is the only real live Importer of French horses from ranee In past three years, at d largest of Clyde and bhlrea; and he is the only man lu Nebraska entitled to tbe name of SWKSIPSTAKIEB STUD.ssSr - lams ffuarantees to show vou the largest collection of tirst class draft horse In Nebraska All of them are "apprved"and -stamped" by the European government and earn in "duty free , " That save buyer 80 per cent and Insures hlra a ttrst class horse of gilt edge breedtnu. No 8 to 5 year olds less than 1000 toi!300 lb. T1CKM9 1. 8 or 8 years' time at 6 per cent Interest with 40 to 0U per cent of a breeding guarantee and lam pay tbe freight. No reasonable price refused for Winners in '94 First class Clyde. Sblrei and dark (rray my horses must te sold. No pkts Write lams. L. BAKES Perclieion, En6llsU i MT hartas woe mr hoaors tasa ay tmporier 'S.-; JZZTnZJ - on mil dUuat. New Imporwtlon just received. W,oJ.o WROUGHTON. Hastings. ITo"b.. IMPORTBR AND DIALER Los. tlao lfB ollolW. bMbtM Is tows. Address, W. J. LADIC0 IM H tii H ,4 Mwnl I ..( I,.S t.Mll 'J !? i'i .' i sl t M UK 1 .. S.k. Si The Alliance-IndepeiMlent ClOKOl S. BHO w7, Bog sau Ezcbugo Buildiag South Oipaha. Nob, BirBefore (hipping asl Barketaad Frlees. ask us for eeaatto of T. Rocss, Vice-Pre State Agent. A. Grbsnamtir, Treaa, PRINCIPAL OFFICE: 24s South f Jth Strt, Correspondence solicited from all person Interested la mutual lnsuraoce. Plows, Works one horse In the furrow and at the corner. Send card for circulars' eus. D. M. EQUALIZER CO., MFHS , Des Moines, Iowa. because the most simple, City, Missouri. OB WILL TRADE FOR SOBS OOOB FARM LANDS. p V) I bave lot of excellent good pure bred (records) stellleas aaS mares, both Percherous and English Uhlre. Also lmprt4 SM American bred Shetland Ponies, Tbl stoek Is of our own lmpotff Hon and raising, elesn, healthy and all rlh. We will sell one aU mal or all, a tbe entire stock must be disposed of. For a list asi description addre, A. L 5ULLIVAN, Thi Importing Draft Hon Company. LINCOLN, NN. IMPORTER AND BREEDER 100 Black Percheroo, French Draft, Clydes, Sbires and Coacbers. lams' "horse show" of ao horses at Nebraska State Fair of "snowed under bis competi tors and won every Bret prtae competed for (barring one). 46 out of to 1st and 2nd prizes, two silver medals, law no cssh for"lissT itow on hbhd" draft horses.sU sweepstakes prize $KX) on in cash. Ha has Fercherons M less thau black Percherons. All St Paul 1 on B. a M. and V. P. Ky . FRANK IAMS. at. Fault pb. WILSON, (Ml, Iowa. -IMFOmTCR 01 Shire, Belglu cd Cuci Rna. .--,. ih tnllaalll hSl IHW In Clydesdale, English Shire, Peroheron, Belgian, German Coach, Yorkshire, Coach and Cleveland Bay Stallions. to reiponilbU parvl, CorreiponJeaa WROUCHTON, Hutting, Nb. w GliNTa lli4fwl nf fi-- , r- ttg )fnM . M tet ife sUtt's Itwl ik v 4 ! 1 mm tt t tl wi nbt t Mtt'si r lriiei4 HI ..i 1 riiiiitt4 tf feH 11 yr' ihi 1 .1 Mvil ttiM4 v , k M. tui 1 H,, (s-tafj, tjM im--jsi, fstjMMsf Hwritt Its lntM t l4ihWt MltM t H -.l t l-s lUHItlsiM), 1 l't.i Sr It h. s , $1 PER YEAR.