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MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
THE COA'STITTTIOrVAIi COXVEIVTIOIV. Jul i" 'J. Xo business of importance was transactor, the various committees having un finished work in hand beinp engnsreil in prepar ing their reports. July '27 The majority ami minori y re ports of the Committee on Taxation were under consideration The Convention adopted a resolution to the effect that all of the members shall sijrn the new Constitution, whether they arc ia favor of it or not. Thev si?n it merely to at test that it is genuine ."The St. Louis deloga tion were engaged in discussing a proposition for the division of the city and county of St. Louis. July "2s The only business before the Convention was the consideration of the article on repre.-entation, as rovised by the Committee on Revision. This was still under discussion when the Convention adjourned. JULY -2'.K V'rv little was done in the Con vention, excepting the adopting of the reports submitted by the Revising Committee. JULY .0. The report f the Sr. Louis dele gation, for the political division of the city and count-, was agreed to and the report sent to the Committee on Revision. gJuLY 31. The only work done by theCon Tcntion to-day war- the reconsidering of the mat ter of the Hoard of Equalization. The different provisions reported from the Committee on Re vision were adopted, with trifling amendments General Aotes. Kx-Senator Moore, of Lewi- County, writes to the .St. Louis Globes letter which probably explains the mystery of the missing bonds in the State Treasurer.- oilice. lie says : "In 172. Gov. Brown appointed me upon the part of the Senate. MeWorknian. of Cole, and ileaalee, of Greene, from the House, the usual fommittee to examine the books and accounts of the Auditor and Treasurer. Dur ing that examination State Treasurer 1 1 ays allied our attention to a large number ot bonds, with tin- coupons attached, which he said he had not receipted for to his predeces sor, and that they were dangerous papers to be lying around loose, and -airl be thought they should be destroyed. a the coupons were negoti:4ilc paper, and could be sold at the Hank of Commerce or anv money center at their face value, and could only be de tected when returned to the Auditor of the State. The committee, after deliberating, determined to destroy them, that the State might sillier no loss. " The labor- of the com mittee were not tini-hed until the Legislature convened, unl the de-truetion of the bonds was postponed from day to day until the ad journment. Un the afternoon of that day I got the assistance of the workmen of the Capitol, and. in the presence of the Chi"! Clerk of the State Treasurer, they delivered to me two large boxes of bonds and other pa pers which it was claimed were of no u.e to the State. The Missouri Pacific bonds were tied up in bundles with tape. 1 examined them to see if they had any marks of can el ation written across them, but found none of them canceled. I cut all the bundles open and burned them. 1 allowed no one to Dan dle the bonds, and remained until I saw all destroyed that were in the boxes, t made no inventorv; it would h ive required several dayv clerical labor to have done s . MeWork man wa- sick and Headlee was absent, if 1 remember correctly.' State Superintendent Shannon has address ed a circular to the Judges of the several judicial circuits, requesting them to call tiie attention of the grand jurie.- to the neglect of many school district otlieers to perform the duties required of them by law, and asking that the latter be compelled to perform their duties. The State Superintendent has aKo issued a circular to County Commissioners, complaining that he is compelled to return many of their reports 011 account of the in completeness and unreliability ol the statis tics, and extending the time for filing these orders until October 1 Christian County. The Immigration Society of this county have N-ued an address, setting forth the na tural advantage of the county and oliciting immigration. They say: " Whoever may come and settle in our midst will find here all the conditions of success in a fertile soil, mild climate, remunerative markets, salubri ous atmo.-phere. intelligent and courteous people, -chools, colleges and churches ; but all the.-e privileges must be supplemented witli industry, energy and persevcrer.ee in order that ucco-s may fulfill the desires.'' Pettis County. J. C. lieed. who was employed by General Shelby at hi coal mines near Lnniont, com mitted suicide by taking morphine, on the 20th tilt. Heed was from Ohio originalh .and leave :i wife and several children. lie had morn recently lived in Moniteau County, 3Io. A .-evere rain storm occurred at Sedalia and vicinity on the 'isth, which caused con siderable damage to the Water-works. The employees were entirely cut oil" by the Hood, and made their escape on a llat-boat. A num ber of bridges were carried oil". The n ii roads su tiered severely, and all trains were temporarily delayed. St. Cluir County. Col. Sim-, who with his wife had been spending the summer near Jlonegaw Springs, on the '2od ult. shot his wife, killing her al most instantly, and then shot himself through the heart. Jealousy was the cau-.e. Col. Sims was a former resident of Harrisonville, Cass Countv, and a man of great talent, be ing a lawyer of some prominence, and at one time a member of the General Assembly. He was a man of wealth, aged oS years ; his wife only GO. Two children, three and live year of age, are orphaned by this sad tragedy. St. Louis. Thoma Donohue, who kept a boarding house in South St. Louis, on the COth ult. was accidentally siitlocated in a privy vault which he was cleaning out; and three other men, who successively ventured to his rescue, met the same terrible fate. The names of the latter were Charles Trinity, James Henry, and Joseph Schlicktig. Donohue and Henry were married men, each with three children. The two others were single men. Two boys concluded to play circus Thursday. One of them threw a hand spring and alighted on the rake, and the other, after standing half-a-second on his head, came down on the baby and mashed it. The only audience they had was the Coroner, who looked through the fence and cheered lustily. The authorities in terfered and stopped the performance just as the King of Terrors was about to prance into tfce ring. Brunswicker. The Boy at the Soda Fountain. He was rinsing the glasses when the old lady entered the store. It was hot weath er, and the soda fountain looked so tempt ing that she conqHered Iter avarice and walked over and told the boy that she would take a glas. Do you wish to have a tly in it?" he inquired in a whisper. "Ally? Grashus! no!" she replied, a look of disgust on her face. " Just as you say. madam," he went on j some pineapple sirup with this leinon.and now will you have a great deal of gas and j a little water, or a great deal of water and a little gas?" " I'm purty thirsty," she said. Well, then you want more water than gas, and there won't be so much danger of an explosion." Explosion ?" she queried. '' u That was the word, madam. We have ' had but few such accidents here this sum- iner, and I truly hope that we may have no more." j "Does soda water blow up folks?' ' That depends on the state of their health. Some could stand here and di ink all day, while others might get the glass tipped up this way, and boom ! they'd go !" ""Bust ?" "Yes'm lly into a thousand pieces. You never saw a human being explode, did you?" I "Merer, no!" ' Well, you don't have the least warn i ing. They may be laughing or talking, j and all at once the store is tilled with false . hair, monogram garters, bustles, corsets, j feet, teeth, and rolled plate jewelry. If makes a great muss around here, and if ' we hadn't three of the smartest negroes j in town to pick up and sweep out, we'd , have to shut up the store for a whole af ! ternoon after an explosion." , He stood with the glass in his hand j agitating the sirup and waiting, and she , said : j " I didn't suppose it was dangerous stuif." " Well, as 1 told you. it depends on the j state of the system. If your liver is torpid and your digestion impaired, one glass of .oda water would blow you higher than Gslderoy's kite, and the coroner would be lucky to find as much as your spectacles to hold an inquest on. If your system is aiiu-moou oiiuuriuKanunuieugiae ..n -i . .T'..t t i i -i aim leei no uishmtous eiiccis. aoiv. men. ,1, , 1 1 , i . Tt you'll have a jHHxl deal of water and but littic gas, tn . i:i.l i.hii!., .1 dimi'nii.itni'i' ,irt;--i nirl bbe nmtie a deprecatoij motion and aked . "iioiv s iiiesiuii inaiier- " Well. I can't go on and explain all the process. There's marble dust. acid, gas. sugar-coated pills, giant powder, cologne water and kerosene all mixed together , and then distilled. The distilled liquid is j pla.'ed in a retort, where a cheiniad action if ..n,i ti, ?nt ..,.... ry,te pipes." ' Kerosene and pills !" siie gasped. That's what I said, madam. You look innocent and honest, and I hope you won't say any thing about it. I tend this foun tain in order to support a widowed mother and seven fatherless children. If you j shoulu saj any thing I'd be discharged, and if I were discharged 1 should commit suicide. You'll have plenty of water, eli?" Xo, sir, 1 won't,'' she replied. "Do you suppose I'd drink acids and kerosene?'' " Not in their crude state, madam, but this process " -I don't care for the process!" she snapped; " 1 wouldn't touch thestufl!" " It is a mild beverage, madam, and the doc " ' Well, I don't want any. When 1 go to swallering tar and lard and kerosene you'll know it! S'posen I drank some and ex ploded !" 'Don't mention it!" he whispered 'Don't speak of it!" I'm sorry for you. young man, but there's a constable living right in sight ol our house, and 1 think I I !" ' You'll drive me to a suicide's grave. vou mean She lowered her spectacles, took a long look at him, and went out without reply ing. Detroit Free Press. Dit. Love, phj'sician at the City Dis pensary, St. Louis, is an unconscious pun- stcr. Yesterday afternoon a woman I as iie drew some lemon sirup, "reople 1 - V " V ' jrVau:P- Gwiafree. mw tn; mtsCq., itoston. are so different in tastes, you know. Some ! r and wt 111 a dr' I)hice' i Njry cncper.f , " rcmoco. obiect to tlies and some don't. Til mix I Lettuce Dressing. Boil 2 eggs hard. ! OIvwZoj.ii. 1 ...ti.v.-...8.i:oston.Maa rusln.f! into the o vimimiif-rooin at the i Pr.;fcnP"ons to te liueu no lingo bills, en- , ru.-lHU into nit t.aininin, loom m 1,11 j tailing pecuniary embarrassments, added to ' City-hall, dragging a little girl by the j loss of health. It is the friend of the poor hand, and apparently under great mental j man because it enables him to earn a living, j u':ti.f i f,,,.,, .;t, and of the rich because it prepares him to strain. ithout waiting her turn wuh elIj0y i,is wealth. This great boon to n.an the regular batch of applicants, she began : kind is cheap, safe and prompt. YVuiiei.'Hi;. ' ' Oh, Doctor ! Doctor ! what shall I do My child has swallo ed a nickel !" "Swal lowed a nickel, hey ?" " Yes, oh, ye? !" responded the mother in an agony of de spair. "Does it hurt her? Does she complain?" inquired the man ot medi cine. "Xo, she's hardly had time, for I j ran with her here for fear it would kill her " " Was it a good coin?" "I could not tell," replied the mother, bursting into tears ; " she swallowed it so quick I did not have a chance to look." "Oh, j never inind," said the Doctor, "1 would not cry; I think it will pass." The dis tressed woman found comfort in the thought and took her departure. Si. Louis Republican. The great New York merchant prince, j Stewart, advertised to the extent of SS5,000 last year. But it Was less than one per . i. r i , cent, of the total amount of his sales. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To Remove Freckles. Stir a little grated horseradish in a pint of sour milk. I Let the mixture stand over night and wash your face with it three times a day. The freckles will disappear after a few days' treatment. Keeping Hams through Warm Wea ther Roll bacon, hams, shoulders, or I middlings, in brown paper or paper bags, ! . . ' , , ' 1 ' , : and tie perleetlv tight, and put into a bar- Mash the yelks with a very little cold wa- rnl ,ifl tlirrw i niir nf mrtsmiirn note A bbMa. l.iiniiff Ciiann -eiw at Mpiit. N eccary as yeiKS Willi a very nine com wa- 1 rtpr FINE VISITING CARDS tir mall for 25c. &a i teaspoonful of sugar, 1 light j 0"KASK6.TH03!Mir.wJMksont.,cucaBa ter; put teaspoonful of mustard, and not quite a full one of salt. Mix all these things well with the yelks. Add slowly 3 tablespoon fuls of best olive-oil, until perfectly smooth, and only 1 tablespoonful of wa ter. Plain Suet Pudding without Soda. 1 pint of milk ; i lb of suet, chopped line; 3 eggs, well beaten; I teaspoonful of salt; add flour gradually, until you have made a thick batter. Tie in a cloth which has been dipped in boiling water, and well sprinkled with Hour; let the water boil before putting in the pudding, and boil 2 hours. To h eaten with canned or pre served fruit. Currant Ice. Squeeze the juice from 4 quarts of jellv, and and to jt 3 pints o ice water and 2 pounds of white sugar, and stir it till the sugar is all dissolved. 1 Then beat to a froth the whites of 3 eggs, and after the currant juice is turned into the freezer stir them into it with a spoon, put in the dasher, and freeze at once. This makes a very delicious and attractive-looking dessert, and is preferable to ice cream in very warm weather. French Mustard. Take pound of best yellow mustard, pour over it h pint each of water and vinegar. Add a pinch of salt and a piece of calamus root the size of a pea. Put it on the lire, and while it boils add a tablespoonful of llour. Let t boil 20 minutes, stirring it constantly. Just before taking it oil' stir in a teaspoon ful of sugar or honey. When cool, put it into bottles, and cork tightly Domestic Ice-hox. Procure two dry-goods-boxes (or make them) one about S inches smaller than the other." Procure some thoroughly dry aiul clean sawdust. pack the space between the boxes there with as solid as possible, inakitur a cover , (an(1 1):ukinir it ;ll?o) to sllut tiglitly ; ptlt 1 s n j , f t, 1 11 draw oil" the water as the ice melts. On the inside box nail cleats on which to timk vhi-j: ,,wi. ri.itii pin t.. t,ioni , i-.. .u..u, v,. u at the bottom, and whatever vou wish to ! , , . . - j keep cool such as butter, lre-h inea., . '..r.,. tt nl.i.xwl" -5w. i cream, etc. niaceti imou lih; raews. s , , . ,so L.xceiu.m to keen ar- tidts of l0Q(5 in when thm. s w . x ulH A:s,, "u,!"-uuu V"'1' t (bng ami jelly bags aiv a great foil - Cim.iii;v, ill'll UliyilL HI main- IJCUIM- mere is pt ,'SSing need ot tiiem. laK a piece of stout new muslin A yard square,) fold so as to make a three-cornered piece, sew up lrom wh"retwo of the corners Wi,hh. mm borm? -AMnch -rtn. tM-mii s,it.,ii ami .mid meet to one of the points, and lell. cut oil J 'XiVZXtrsSs per day cuaT the other points, s o that the top of the bag i ANTEED. 8$t will lif rrimul f'icfon crinivl v tn nnnniito ! - - sides of the top a strip of muslin i yard long a pudding boiled in this bag will turn out in a very good shape. A b.ig made in the same way i- excel cut lor straining jelly. Pour the fruit, after it has been cooked.into the bag: the muslin ', strip permits it to be suspended so that j f-li. ...... rlt.v ',,itr n i.in ...! lr.l,ir n.u w.. vi. ij nil" j '.' ... and be no trouble until it is coo' enough , , , . , to squeeze witli the hands. Alter the su- srar is addcii and boiled, strain into glasses through a l;annel bag made in the same shape. Drtiivr. fiinrtm-n vc:ir' eTnerienep v.-itli nil- i ! , .i ....... , ... MTii-'is aim aiiM'i iisui" ;i"' iu ies v,e ii;hu iie.- r li;i'l(le:iliin;- with :i linn whose stntisrht forwnril, niuilit puliey so largely secured our i Diiiideneu anil n -pect as thaf'tif Geo. P. Howell i'c Co., Adverli.-'mtr Agents, New York. Their contracts :m- always plain, intelligible and speciiic. They scrum the most advanta geous rates from publishers for the reason that the latter fed assured that thev arc se cured beyond chance or technicality in iret- ! liter whatever ti.e amount of their contract calls for. Diovi(!i:iLr ahvavs that nubiishcrs have done :is tiny agreed to. Sioux City ilull'l) Illlll.S. WiLnoFT's Tonic ! Unfailing and In fallibli: ! This great Chill Tonic cures unuis wituouL tne nuerveniion oi doctors a" ".icir bills. -No consulting visits no ? ' tlM.AV iV. Co., Proprietors, .New Orleans. 1 A want has been felt and expressed by physicians for a safe and reliable purgative. Such a want is now supplied in Parsons' 1'ury util e J'ills. Heskv K. Ponp, of Jefferson, Me., vas cured of spitting blood, soreness and weak ness of the stomach by the use of Johnson' Anodyne Liniment internally Usrc f'ORNRLis Pilk Ointment, sold hv ruggww. W. II. Cornell. Prop'r, St. Louis. The fact that Atb million of pairs of SIIVKR TIPPED Shoes are made a year, shows how those -who use them feel about it. They know that they la three Unies a long. JgVtL' thc (lable Screw Wire. They never rip. leak, or come apart. Try them. All genuine goods stamped. niJEQ 300 1)er cent, protlt to Agents! Terms, Ac. I r'REE. SmUIiogniph M'f g Co., St. Ixuls, Mo kinds of Drawing material sold low. Trice ' list FRKK. L. LEWIS, St. Louis, Mo. i VVNCKIi. Cure warranted without use of knife. I W (L W. Hcnnett, M. I)..7ir Locust St.. St. Louis. A"PTTTf CURE, cheap, iiick, private. No 1 JL lUlHpaln. Du. Ai:MSTitONJ,Rerrien,Mich. ' IiiVVKY FAMILY WnntH II. Moi-.f-y in it. b Sold by Agents Address M. N'. Lo ell. Erie, P:i OOA A IAV. HO'.V TO MAKE IT. Sample &jJ FREE. COE. YOSGEA- CO.. SI. ;., Ho. &x o CiOA PTii.iynt home. Term i-rec. n'O t t4l?i.Ko. b-ri.vso.v ,s Co..Porthui'l, - Address Maine. 1 apr fine VISITING CARDS tir mall for 25c. Ad- , S&Wfi'. 'Z . i for cataioRues. v. v.. dknsi.ow. sei-v,c:i c.t MUX AKI AVOMKN" make more money with our Maic Keccipts than at anv tliinjr else. Sent for i cents. II. W. PERKINS, Hroekton. Mass. 1 .000 f AOK'JTS AVAFiTED. Address (ntnsPEEirs empire r.ir.M.. ROOK ani MAP HOUSE. CIhi-ibo. Hi. flOODRICII Ss TTOUSTO., 70 Adama St. I 'CHICACO,ILL4tCrii' tbtttMiriiictt-idiii- jTnrlic-ick tor .A suits Of j I nnj home In tbo world. Quick sa . WlnEdCjF'I.artt ProEuiJLOuiranleed. Bend for Caioguc. A MONTH and EXPENSES lo all. Article now, st.inlo as llour. Samples freo. Ll'. m .ii mm r " i ' ' ' . OF3 ftl A MONill-Ai-i'VK wanted everv ij Jwlieri . ItiiMiu lioiioraldeand iirt tj 3 -.a--. P irli -ulars t-nt fr . Addre-s LV .1. W ORTII .V Co.. t. I.iuis..Mo. CTXCINVATI DOTiTiARWKEKIiYSTAK. An Independent Family Newspaper. S Pajres, 4 Columns of ReadiiiR. (t- 1'ERYKAU. ' Specimen Copy FREE. JpA Free of postage. , Address Tiie "STAR." C O., Cincinnati,Uliio. J JjOfl 1'or n Kiill Course f Telcj-npliiiis;. ! tSiJ st.1 when taken with IStisinos Course. For Circulars and pecimeiisol" nuinev P-iiiiiansidi. Aiidress.IOSKS CollMKliriAI. C'OLLKGK.St.Loui.-..Mo. i 13 IA"3I I'll LET KKKE. The work e-weiallv lor tul- ferers from I'ile. Incinient Con-umntion, Catarrh Coughs, &c. .1. M. STE Eb, M. !., ec'y. St. Loni AGENTS WANTED to felt THE IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE Sewinc Machine Address Johnson, Clark & Co., Itoston, Mass.; New York City; Pittsburgh, Pa. ; Chicago, 111. ; or St. Louis, Mo. Prof. Faialess Ouinm Cnre 1 4! Meeko cet.sfu.1 remedy of the present day. Send for Paperon Opium Eating. I'. O. P.ox 475. LaPORTE, IND. ADVERTISERS Who desire to reacU eonmr' re.ider-. can do so thebest ani! .-liuaiieFl ih.hi.h.. I'liiciituriv-'i. Sections ! I'iil. ilK .T Nr.WM'Al'SU Al XIUil LISTS. Apply to V. l'HA'IT, 7t Juukr Street 'liie.ai;o. y SAC Tlii! rlioieesr in the world Import I mmir3 er.-' price's Larp't Ci.mpany in America -t.tapln nrtiele ileae everytiod Trade continually iiii-masin Aent- wanted everj where he-t induceirif nr don't u.e-te tiim' send for circular to I:ohei:t Wells, 13 Ve?ev-st., X. V. 1". o. Ros lii7. CT1.1 CDKAH Invobted tn Wall Street tPAU bKJ tDtiVJU one en leads to fortune. A H33aj'3 ? x!-pase buok. e.t plattunjc e'-ri iii'ir. ami copy oi th- all street It-vi'w SEWT FRES.aSa - I WiliUMD 101111 IliUM i ILU I i JLJXJi learn telecraphy, Trail ?ood situation Kiiaranieert. bi'-f v pan wlii e prac- ; uciiiB.Ai.aresi.wuJiui.i.p.sup'iu.t.C..oi)ertin,ou.o I - , B,E3E?PfarA AGENTS for TIIK i 7 tug M b-s.t-e un vme Pa. k- KSB&i y fr3 flf-J ape m the world. Ir eo,.- ti-J ctuSb K SCTlisJ Liin- i"i s .. et.- Pa-n r. I"f Knvrlopes. Gulden Pen. P'ti-IIil !. r.i'er.ci!. Paft m ..... ....,..,. . i.. ....n i....l- "-. ",V!Vf 1V;?,a,ViV:v.:'tli:3 buu uo.,,, , ,.v, . Agents WaiUcd lor a A civ Book. j U5fc&J5. ESJ , WtTTCIT .TO Titt i'HWT.V S.-Ilin- fust. V nJlorr.m.l, r. !' V .Eul.i I. . u,w. in ehoe well mm a I! SESjSS;C5ll'3ISttS And other New England jie -p'o now residing In other states. Wi'st or South. vi!: lind the I5us rn.N WKEKtr (ii.or.K tiie best paper to t:VK-. as it gives the N.E. news in full and is alo a pood family and story paper, s. 'it 3 mos., postage free, for only 50 cents, by the thorns Pub. Co. Boston, .Mass. Si niiiiiih- iii trial for the ST. I.OriS M1DUM) rAIC.Mj;ilor .-(ICts for . "lie ear. in lis llli vol- . Theo'.e.ii.. r and u .ile.-t Agricultural Monthlv '-'- 'o '-i iii' wauioi even where. ti li..io I.ilM-r:il oiiiiiii ions ill lie paid. Ad- , .in' (;. w. i.vnit:ws .t ro., Puiiiisher No. -ji-.' "ml ""''" -" THE TWIN EDUCATORS, fit' I " VOU Itnr. t lfihlr I" fihfnlf. or a son lo ''d'leate in M- . sen 1 lor ( ireularsot the great Western liisliuiions. Th la University lor Young Ladies, and the ntm.ii i.rrenittri Munr, line great Jl' Sli'al .olIege. rnsiirpasn'i! in America. Adilr ss. "V. I). i?AN"-DEi:-. sprwrnilnt-, ,laekson ille. 111. This r.fw Trr.s? Is worn witii perfect comfort, night and day. Adapt's its-elf to every motion of thcbi.'h. refaiir.ng Kup tnrc tinder tho hardest exercise or severest strain until permanently cured. Sold cheap by the mm truss co, and sent by mail. C .iKor.-end forcireularand'becurcd. mo. o.-.i ijroacliTMy, i . t ity, PORTABLE GRINDING MILLS. JUcsi FrcucIJ Ilurr .-.till spin dle- un it r-r-.nm rs, co'ic neau tipper-runner-., lor Fiirm or ?li-rtl::itil W4rk. .Siiio rior JttiH Moiii'K nf nil hizc. i:'ii!:itn lutol An-I-r SJoZtsji Clutli, Mill JPm-Il.m, torn heller ami I. .i-.vrs, li.-urins, Sliaftin.-, pullie.1, Hnnwrs. etc., all kiinl of Millilaehinery and Miller-' F"pplles. Penil for IVimphl.-t. StmiiU Kill Comjiaiiy, J;: I ia. -iii-lnii:li, . EVERYBODY BUYS IT Ch One Agent made $15 in three hours. Eft sr 8 TIIiKLY NEW. Nothing liko it being sola. 3 1 LAKGE PKOF1TS. The best-selling article I ever oirered to Malo and Female Agents. I Address i HOOD & JOSEPH, IKDIASAPOLI8, IJTD. stahlished lSrn. TSi33 MAEK, YATTS7 The, hvF.t find cheapest Paint in the Worlil for Iron. Tin o;- Wood. For salo I-.y pp.ilnrs pvcm-hfre. FTCrxrES ifETALLIO I'AINT CO.. "ipri'ft'rcr, AC f'n'ar St . Now York. ESfCAUTIOX,-Purchasers will please Eecthat onr ".m" .. 'rvic r.inrkarconcachand sry ack' .i Circuiar. rm inn Me las iicll 0: Xj. V. . l'KTCO CO.. -f-VPO- ieme, i:. l.,xt!: "We ha vended the r':im a lone u"h, -oniJer it the U't IIsHdk i'owilrr tn v.-." Semoml, Hills & Kicker son, Grocers, lloton, Ja., say: Wlie-vviT w Imvp hoT'I jnur sa F.iam It Iiaa sri-n -xcII"rit Mtssfactioa. sn.I it W jiroinit!irt-l Mij-rior to an" known Kakintc IWiW." Tt It. "It-rono. nn Is wwi'lirfnl; it Bat's MUk. Ejfrt, rir . nc.l M lik- hot rak-? " SeaiJ for rt uur n :i:o.F.GMTZA COm i i fcl j ? 17G Duaiic St., Kcw York Fote-?ul3 "iitmtmT rVvrus' "on-.- blood e ml iifl ':, I - - M' .. . , Tarrant's EiTtrvsce-rt Seifzer Ap?-ient, At owe a i-i r. 'iv':iaK draught ani the . y .v all rejfii atiii .u.- t:eiin-. iU IJY ALL DRUGGISTS Btf car'' 9 rr .p. I I NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.'S Irator" Tlireslier, t The BRILI.IAXT SUCCESS of thi? Grain Saving, Time-Saving TIIKESI1ER i3 un precedented In the annals of Farm Machinery. In a brief period It has become -widely knoivn and FULLY ESTABLISHED as tfie " LEADING TIUIESII1XG MACHINE." GKAI.V-RMSERS REFUSE to abmit ? the wasteful and imperfect ivork of other TVeshers, when posted on th rj.: superior itj of th: c for Ming frrain. living time and doing "fast, thor j :?h !! 1 economical work. THKKSHKUHKS' FIXD IT highlr adracrie-onsto rnna machlnetlmt has no "i!eater.-' Pit k-r.' or "Apron;" that liindles Tamp Grain. Loa Strata, Headings, Flax, Tnnothv. Millet and all She', dniiculs grain and seed, wftli E NTS HE ESE AND EF FECTIVE'ES. Clems to periV-:..J . srre the farmer his tiiresh bill hv extra savii ..f trrnjc. 0 makesno"Utterings;" require- I.F.sS THVN OMi ' HALF the usual P.rlts, IJoves. .loiiri.M:? ar.d Giiarsr ; easier manag.-a; less repairs; one tnar cr.n-riii-era , preierto emiuoy anil A;jir. un: -ven jt rtil- vnncvfl Di-ices. while other machines are o' nr lobs." Four sizes mnclc, willi G, S, 10 and Vi horse " Jloimtfcl" Powers, alo a special" ty of Sepajittors "nlonc." cxprcv-Iy for STEiOI POWER, and to match other Horse Powers. If interested in grain-raising or threshing, write for Illustrated Circulars -ent free, with full "particulars of size", styles, prices, term'-, etc NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO., Battle Creek, Michigan, V4NBLJSKiRK,s FRAGRANT AND INVIGORATES AND HARDENS THE GUMS I It imparts a delightfully rei taste and feeling to the mouth, remov ing all TARTAR and SCURF from the teeth, completely arresting the pro gress of decay, and whitening such ports as have become black by decay. IMPURE BREATH caused by Bad Teeth, Tobacco, Spirits or Catarrh. iJ neutralized by tin daily use ol DONT It is as harmless as water. Sold ty Druggists and Dealers in Farcj Good-. One bottle will last six months A.X.K.,S. L. X Q I 520 CnHTT3,rrTTTrr' for yon. Sells at sight. Ocr OUlllJCi X iLUS lj Ag'tscoln money. We have work and money for all, men or women, boys or ;irl, whole or spare time. Send stamp for Catalcsae. Atl dre FRANK GLUCK, New BedforU, Ma. !fl!lfpllli aoSo- d-hh S ts c2 9 : a n 3 r. t