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A the bot-fly ia novr in its jrlorr, nnd deposit! its rrrgs by the hundred, k brief description of the peculiarities o! those which affect the horse will be in season. Bo!, bot-llUs, orjkvlHics, constitute a tribe of dipterous insects, well known to farmers for the nnnoynnee which several of their species pive to shevp cattle, and horses.. J'he perfect insects are short lived,"1 nd not often seen; nnd thcr liirv.'e, spend most of their existence under the skin, within the stomach, or otherwise in the interior of runiinntin nnimals. Yet the', whole , tribe, in nil the stages of existence, is remarkable for extraordinary habits, nice mechanical adjustments, and it feneral character of wondrous instinct and bcatltifnl orgaul-' ration. The Teat spotted horse-bor. (Jastero philus equi, is one of the largest, nnd by fur the most common, not'TOily of tf.cffi nas but of the tiibc.ii 'Its lrath. ia nl.mil .......... !!..... i ... mmiw.I .1 r. f Sa R'tiut nvrrii nut, iib j;rjn'iin ia clear yellowish-brown; its head is broad and obtuse; its thorax hg a somewhat grayish color; its1 abdomen is rusty brown, with a tinge of yellow, and a series of dorsal spots: and its wings are, whitish, with a black undulated trans verse fascia behind the ruidttW The female, in n series of sudden descents' or darting, deposits her eggs upon the hair of some part of ' the' horse, within ..reach uf-iu luuuth,-making -tlem-instantly adhere by means of a glutinous secretion which she gives out along with thetn, and sometimes deporting, upon a sinjrle horse as many as four or' live bqndrwl eggs. Kach: egg is some-' what , conical in ', shape,- the (attached end forming the npexj and When seen through a.magnifyinjr-glass is sha-'' preened on. thtf surface with transverse nnd 'longitudinal sfriiB. The horsei'iff licking himself, takes up a considera ble proportion of .iiie.ugirs- with- hia tongue, the eggs disclose their animat ed content's citner tjrhile on the tongue, ; or vijrlfieedrialtcr passingflnto the rtom:i,chj nd i the ' larv:e iftirju'diatelj-; 4tUoliilhcnjHcLes.to the sUJuuaoh's in ner tissue, and there remain in security, from the endf "sujiftftiioi? .btfgfunjng; of autumn till' lato'in ysprinjK enjoying; a temperaturfi of abnfrt one "tninaied and two degrees of Fahrenheit, suffering ; no injury from the action of the gastric juices, feeding upon the mucus or the chyme, and gradually; though 'slowly; growing to maturity of 'size.'1 Each' larva is shaped somewliat like a flask or elongated bag; it has a pale, yellow ish color; it possesses at the sides of its mouth two hooks, with which it an- -.1 : ..i . - . i l 1 ' brane; and it is engirdled with several lielts or rings of spinelcts and project ing points, by means of which it regains its position when, at any time, it acci dentally loses its hold. When it attains maturity, it disengages itself from, its anchorage, is carried with the. horse's food into ' the villous 1 portion of ' f hfl stomach, passes out' witli the same, and ie-evaouated with the dttng. The eject ed maggot seeks-a place- of shelter, buries itself in the ground, and changes into a chrysalis the insect, in this lat ter form resenioles the larva in shape, but is more rigid, and has a reddish brown color. After lying for a few . weeks inactive, it escapes by the narrow end of the ' pupa-case, and assumes its final form of an imago, or a ily. , . Many stern opinions have been enter tained as to excessive injuries done to the horse by the above described great common bot, and as to the desirableness of using strong medicinal means for de stroying the insect; but all such opin ions are very nearly without foundation. It is fortunate for the horse, or rather most beautifully ordained, that their numbers are muehi reduced, and kept within due limits, by the hazards they are exposed to in the singular round of their propagation. Some of the eggs, . in flirt vuru u . 1 1 . 4 it .tliuiiiu fl.tmhMil tnn u,.n haken off. by the movements of the Jiorse; some, though firmly deposited, are not taken up by the horse, or are externally , hatched from the action of rain or other moisture, and in conse quence perish; many are destroyed dur ing the horse's process of mastication; many fail to make a lodgment in stom ach, but pass on to the intestines; and not a few of the matured larva a re dropped in such situations as to be crushed by the horse's foot, picked up by the birds, orunablo to find a suitable retreat for their transmutation into chrysalides. Altogether we may calcu late that one hundred or, upwards per ish in the state of either egg or larva, for every individual which attains the perfect condition of the tty.Frairk Fanner-. - .a , , ' a Speaking of improvements on the farm, and some other things which need improvement, the Country Gentleman suggests that an unfinished cellar is too often seen to be a place whpre immense improvement might be made. Con fusion should give place to order, con tamination to purity, mud to polished pavement, solt .earth to hydraulic ce ment, and when of much size the cellar should be divided into apartments for different purposes. Even if quite small, the fruit room, the milk room and the vegetables should be separated from each other. Constablo Sprewall, of St. Clair County, Ala., arrested a Turk who had been traveliug with a performing bear, and after conducting him a short dis tance offered to let him go for fifty dol lars. The Turk pulled out a roll of bills, when Sprewell stepped behind him, shot him in the head and madd off with four hundred dollars. Hut the Turk's injuries were simply scalp wounds, and he recovered his senses in time to secure the Incarceration of the wonld-be murderer. A'. V. IHcayune. m a Georgia has about 1,600,000 people, cf whom 860,00) are white USEFUL A5D SUGGEST1TE. Soaking corn from ten to twenty (our hours before feeding is said to in crease its digestibility. An exchange says swindlers are snid To be catching' the farmer's in cer tain localities, by htiying rattle, paying one-third in fash and the 'balance in bogus checks. . Young fruit .trees, which were set out last autumn pc this springy will bo more sure to live and grow well if the soil about them is kept clean and mel low, and a hard crust not allowed Ui form for a distance of at least two or three feet on each tHdo. Troy (N. Y.) Times. ... Prices might be considered "fancy" when two-year-old heifers bring from $o00 to .640 apiece, nnd a ten-days-old calf $200. Yet such was the fact at a recent sale in New Orleans by Colonel W. l. fctewarf, the grant importer, of a Jot:. of i fine Jersey cattle. Ciitcinnuti Times. Cauliflower Salad: Boil a cauli flower in salted water till tender, but not overdone; when cold (having set it on ice), cut it up neatly in small sprigs, Dress it either with mayonnaise it with the plain French dressing of pep-; per.' salt, oil and vinegar. Button, Trancriit. . ' ' Buns: Three cups of sweet milk,' one-crip of yeast, -otttt enp of migar.' Mix soft at night. In the morning add one cup of butter, part of a cup of sugar, a bit of soda; then mix, put in the pans. and let it. rise till quite light. Bake same as rusKs. I urrants may be aililcu if you ljke. $eryow varni.--.8fljiis neciciy. i:j i ,, ,-fj Jj , ., . For hominy as i vegetable, wash it through two or three water.v'pour boil ing water on it, and let it soak for at least tm hours; then put it into a stew pan, allowing two quarts of hominy, and boij tfslowly four or fivo liours, or until.it js perfectly tender; , then drain . put it Into a deep dish, add sal and ii, bit t butter, an-V'sffvo H8-a vegeta ble With meat. Ar.r. Herald. " 'j ' h f Karlejr trawl is the best of all "tetrads for' feeding cattle. It is 'even better1 than-some low grades of hay, and when cut up and wet with ground feed ft helps to give the cow's font, a glossy, rich' appearance. The only objection ' to it is that the boards of the grain are liable to get in the cow's eyesr !we nercr, however knew any thing but temporary inconvenience to come from this. American Dairy. The Weed Xulsance. Weeds will assert their rights when ever there is a chance, and if not checked will monoiolize the entire farm.' : Cultivation, in ft general sense, is the best . exterminator. But weeds should f not' be , removed anil ; thrown nwny, ot burnt in piles' as farmers do; they should bo made a source of profit, ornt least to pnv for their "grab," bv -adding them to the manure-heap. Some may say tnat the geort of the weeds re tain their -.-vitality i- the manure, and when the manure is spread on the earth these weeds grow and give us a world of trouble. We have heard this objection over and over again; and many either burn their weeds or cart them to Borne waste hole for fear of this. On the other hand, we Jike to see this manure-heap cared for. . It is a sign of a strong arm and a vigorous intellect at the head of affairs. And even at the risk of encouraging weed-seed once in awhile, .we would rather preach the doctrine ' of throwing everything into this one common receptacle for all veg etable and animal refuse, than aid in the waste, yf good material which wo so often see. Even when there is likely to be much objection from weed-seeds in a manure-heap, provided the vegetable refuse is likely to be valuable, the seeds may bo destroyed by composting. The warmth of .the decaying; mass causes the seeds to sprout; and if the whole mass is turned over once or twice, so as to give air enough to all the seeds in time to germinate, all the objectiona ble matter may be destroj-ed. We fear far more from ugly roots of vile creep ing weeds in the manure-heap than we do from bad seeds; but even these may be pretty badly worried by a stirring over of the mass a time or two before using. But this requires labor, and how much labor can bo made profitable will always bo a question before the saving of waste material, however val uable in the abstract it may be. ner mantown Telegraph. ' The Summer Boarders. "Do you make much money here from summer boarders?" The vener able cutter of grass looked pityingly at me over the tops of his glasses as he re plied: "We farmers don't invite these folk out to the country 'cause we want society. Oh, no; we don't take in city boarders to lose money. I got a round dozen, all women and children, up to my house, and the house ain't very big, nuther. I get seventy-two dollars a week out o' them 'ero folks, and I reckon I make forty dollars a week out o' 'em." "Does not the bracing air give them heavy appetites?" I inquired. "Stuff and nonsense. Why, when they first came you'd think they'd never had nuthin' to eat; they want to eat all the time. When we hrst took boarders, I kinder held in on 'em, but I found a trick worth two of that. I jest let 'em pour down all the'milk they want and eat all the apples they can, and pretty soon the niilk make 'cm bilious anil the apples give 'em the colic, and then they settle down kinder steady like. I'm generally about three hundred dol lars ahead at the end of the season. 1 must git out hero," added the old man as we were in front of a pleasant farm house. A''. Y. Mail. The Land Streets of Tenlce. There is a great tangle of solid as Well as watery streets in Venice, and these dry land streets wind and bend in wayi utterly confusing to a stranger. Notwithstanding the fact that the city is built upon 117 islands, and is inter sected everywhere by streets of -water, you can walk from one end, of Venice to the other without taking a b ,at. for there are 4M) bridges connecting the islands, and these bridges are of stone, each of one graceful arch spanning the water. The land streets are smooth ns a i.oard floor, being paved with ifn ex ceedingly hard concrete. There are no gutters, but all is one smooth sidewalk across the street from wall to wall. The widest of these streets can not be more than twelve feet; while many arr so narrow that vou can reach across and touch the walls of opposite houses. Indeod, some streets are so narrow that a person can get out of his tip-stairs window into the window of the house opposite without i the least daer of falling. Rain water is drained from the streets into the sowers beneath by little holes here and there as big as your finger. The first floors-, of shops and ordinary houses are level with the street. And although the foundations of all the buildings are laid on piles, the houses stand as erect as if 'built on a rock. In Amsterdam we saw' old gables leaning over two or three feet! from the perpendicular. But lu, Venice, oxeept in the case of some 6f the tall camp aniles, we saw no leaning buildings to remind us that this wonderful city rose from mud and marsh, t ' ' Cow In the Pasture. Murphy heard cows in his orchard tho other night, and slipping out the back way appeared suddenly near the front steps and veiled, "lle-ah Tire! Ile-ah Tige! lle-ah!" Just then a figure rusiicd past, cleared two lences and vanished in tho gloom. "Take Mm! take Mm!" screamed the old man, but his daughter Miranda, who had unac countably appeared -on the 'scene, se cured the dog by jtlio collar arid refused to let go. "What ye doin'," yelled the old man, '"don't ye know them cows has been in here three or four times?" 'Oh, pa!" was the answer, . "but this was only a calf." ' The old man was pacified, but Adolphiis, who was stand ing out in the road awaiting develop ments, wasn't, and Mirandy will never understand the coldness that has sprnng up between them. Peck's Sutl. , ,i; j - The machinery for an oleomarga rine factory was recently sent to a little place above, Vancouver, W. T.. where it was proposed to establish a factory. The (residents, however, objec'd, and one night, recently, took the machinery and dumped it into the Columbia river. Chicago Herald. , A daughter of the late King Cctc wayo lives in Providence, It. I.,' and makes o living by letting lodgings and doing washing and Ironing. .. $500 REWARD will be patd for any ease of chills that Chillarinb will not euro. Try it. A laughing "stock" Tho collar of our great grunddaddics. Ar. 1". Advertiser. Ftfnglnjr, irritation, all Kidney and Blad der Complaint .cured by "Buchu-Paiba."$L. "Comb in out of dat hot Run, you Lafay ette! Do fust ting you know you'll be burnt as brack as do nigzer de uext doah!" Don't Die In the Houce. . " Rough on Rats." olcarsoutrau.inioe.Uieg, roaches bed-bugs. 150, Glenn' Sulphur Soap. Purlflog the sktn. Use Instead of unwholesome cosmetics. Hill Huir and Whicker Dye, SOo Files, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice, crows, cleared out by "Rough on Ratg."16o. Save Your animals much suffering from accidents, cuts and open sores, by using Stewart's Healing Powder. THE MARKETS. NEW YORK, AtitriiBt 1. CATTLE-Exiorts $5 50 6i 40 COTTON Middling tf Wli VLOUH Good to ChoICo 4 60 CA IS WHEAT No. t Red 1 Wm 1 2 No. 3 Red 1 l.V,! 1 17 CORN-NO. 2 tU 6 OATtf Western Mixed 7 ft i l'ORK-Nuw Mess 14 50 u 15 to) ST. LOUIS. COTTON-MIddllntf ii UKEVKS Export 6 00 (tJ 8 15 Pair to Good 5 0 49 A II'J Texas rtteoin 3 75 it 4 75 HOGS Common to select.... 5 35 5 75 HHEE1 Fair to Choice 8 50 i 4 : FLOUR XXX to Choice 3 50 fe 4 70 WHEAT No. 2 Winter 1 Oil do 1 00'4 No. 3 " 1 01 4 1 01', CORX-No. a Mixed 45 & 41 j OATS No. 3 26 ii RYE No. 2 57 G 5S TOUACCO Luks 3 00 (in 00 Medium Leaf.... 7 00 6ft 12 Oil HAY-Choleo Timothy 14 50 (A 15 00 UUTTElt- Choice Dairy 15 to 17 IIHOOM-COUN-Priuie 3 46 4 EGGS Choice 13 44 14 PORK New Mens 12 74 13 00 II ACON Clear Rib S H S'i LARD Prime Steam . 7 64 7'i WOOL Tub-washed, medium. 110 6j 31 Unwashed 17 Hk 24 CHICAGO. CATTLE Exports 590 6J 830 HOGS Good to choice. ...... 5 20 64 5 H5 SHEEP-Good to choice 4 00 ii 4 fO PLOUR-Winter 4 00 6ft 8 25 Spi-inif 8 50 tH 5 00 WHEAT No. 2 Sprintf 1 00 6 No. 2 Rod 1 07C6 1 OS CORV-No. 2 50 64 50?i OATS No. 8 25 64 2 RYE 0 64 61 PORK New Mcss...s 11 U0 fe) 12 00 KANSAS CITY. CATTLE Native Steers 4 45 5 10 Native Co w 2 75 64 3 75 HOGS Sales at 4Sft ft 6 15 WHEAT No. 0 64 SlUi HN No. 2 mixed 87 44 3S OATS-No.2 20 4 20X NEW ORLEANS. FLOI'R-Hlirh Grades 5 25 68 6 00 CORN Wluus 82 64 SI OATS Western M 64 40 HAY Choice..... 17 tO 4S 18 00 POKK Mess 13 00 64 1) 6J H ACON Clear Rib 7', s noTTON-Middliiiff & - Thlr Ocrnptlon Gone. R. V. PtKRce. M. P., Buffalo, N. Y.t I wn attacked with congestion of the ' jngii, sorenrss over the lirer, severe pain In the joints, a burning fever, and general giving way of thu wlioie sys'i'm. Failing to HnJ relief in remedies presrrilwd, 1 tried your "U-olden Medical Oiscovery." It effected my enti.e cure. Your medicine have only to bo tised to be appreciated. If every family would cive them a trial, nine-tenths of the doctori would, liko Othello, Hud tneir occupation gone. Yours truly, L, B. Mc-tiiiXAX, M. D., Breoaport, a. Y. As American arllst has succeeded in drawing a breath as natural as life. Hay-Fever. After trying in vnin for eleven yenrs to cure my M.-iy-Fever, I pur chased a bot'le of Ely's Cream Balm, which entirely relieved m. It. V. IIahius, Let ter Carrier, Newark, N. J. A xl ax who breaks hij word The stut terer. X. Y. Advertiser. , . Could Hardly Stand on Her Feet. R. V. Pibuck, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Sir I mu.it tell you what your medicine has done -lor-me Before taking your " Favorite Prescription" I could hardly stand on my feet, but, by following your advice, I am perfectly cured. The " Favor ite Precrittion" is a wonderful medicine for debilitated and nervous females. I can not express how thankful I am to you for vour advice. Yotim truly, "Mas. Cohneua Allison, 1'eosta, Ia. What kind of blastiug-powder is used to cxploio an idea? ,v Startling Debility, , both Nervous ami (ieneral, Lack of1 Self confldeuca. and . Will - Power, Impaired Memory, Despondency, Weak Back, and kindred affections, are common result! of youthful follies and pernicious practice. Means of unfailing an I perfect cure are suggested in large ill istraU-d treatise, sent for thre-i letter postage stamp. Address World's Dihpkksary Medical Associa tion, Buffalo, N. Y. 1 1 i,"-.r . "What did you gay your friend In, Tom my?" "A taxidermist."- "What's that?" "Why. he's a sort of animal upholsterer." AT. Y. Advertiser. . m m'I ;t': For twenty years I wos a sufferer durimr the summer months with. Hay-Fever. I procured a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, and was cured befor.e it was used. Cil ar lottb Parker, Waverly, N. Y. Price 60c. - A LITTLE knoll-edge is dangerous thing in turning a sharp corner with a heavy load. - - ' ALL recommend Wise's Axle Grease. Water Is the boss summer drink, bnt don't give it away to the milkman. Chi eauo Inter Ocean. ; Sparta, ,Tb JIN. Dr. W, B. Cumniings ays: "I am strongly convinced of the etli cacy of Brown's li on Bitters and recom mend them." Is a jailer known by the company he keeps? Cincinnati Merchant and Traveler. Lewisvii.le, Imd. Rev. J. S. Cain ay: "1 used Brown's Iron Bitters for nervous prostration and found it entirely satisfac tory." To nxn a man's standing iu socioty get the size of bis bank account. '1 A full feeling after meals, dyspepsia, heart-burn and general ill-health relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters. Iwvkntors' Hand-Book Fiibe. Just out. How greet fortunes have beort made. His tory of Inventions; valuable to all who read and think. Order it bv postal card. N. W. Fitzgerald, Solicitor, Washington, D. C. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renower restore health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. ' A btirrino motion Emotion. The key. note to Buccess B sharp.-ilmtern Anjo. Would not be without Redding's Russia 8alve,is the verdict of alltvho use it. Price 2uc Sate BixwiNn The challenges of Ameri can duelists. Xorristoien Herald., Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c. Ask for H, Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions. Straiohten your old hoots and shoes with Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffener, and wear them again. Sold by shoe and hard ware dculers. . Ia a mushroom city built with toads' tools. Wisb'S Axle Grease never gums. Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Igaao Thompson' Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25o. PIBIKPUS Aad will omptHrlT rhanfra tha Wood In tht antlra i,n In Ihraa iotU. Any paraos who will taka ONE Hl.lt KACH NIGHT fROM ONE TO TWKI.VE WKKkS, nay be rcatorad to touad haallh. If aneb a Ihlnr bapOHibbh For aaring Famala Complainta thaaa Pilli ban no equal. Tbyairiaaa aaa tbaa in thair practica. Sold arcrywlura, or ?lJ"Lf?Z.yjy!n.!yjgj-f'''M'"''lll,- 8. JOHNSON A CO., Boston, Mww. E2 a mu nnr-'-iy '.an, 'im, wu AN OPEN SECRET AMONG THE LADIES The brilliant, fascinatinp; tins of Complexion lor which ladies strive aro chiefly arti ficlal, and all who will take tho trouble may secure them. These roseate, bewitching hues follow the use ofllagau's Mag. nolia Balm a delicate, harm less and always reliablo article, fcjold by nil dniists. The Magnolia lialra conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness, Tan, Kedness, Ernp. tions, all evidences of excite ment and every Imperfection. Its effects aro immediate and so na ural that no human being con detect its application, ' Mischievous Malaria. . To say that malaria 13 mischici'cus is to put it very mildly. It is ail that end more. It is cunning, deceitful, treacherous, sly, and underhanded. . It does its work in the dark, and in such a sly way that much of the mis chief is done before it is discovered. It saps the foundations of a healthy system. It robs the blood of its vital ity, demoralizes the liver, confounds, the stomach, and makes the victim wish he were in his grave. It is sad to see peoplrisit down in their misery, content to be the victims of mischiev ous malaria, and thinking that noth ing; canDc" done for them. The power of Brown's Iron Bitters over the mischiefs of malaria has been so am ply proved that there is no reason why anybody who can procure a bottle of this JYince of Tonics shall suTTer. Great is the power of malaria, and great are its disastrous effects. But greater far is the beneficent in fluence of Brown's Iron Bitters. The preparation of iron in this favor ite family remedy can be taken without ruining the teeth or produc ing constipation and headache. Hunti-ttiT's siom-liuu-ri, ly In cn-aslnnvllid pow,,r. . Dd r:nili-rlu(? tho PhyMcAl function regular and active, Iti'i-p tin) -y-trm la (ooil working order, nnd protects It p nualniit dlai'Mf. For- coDttlpatltm, dyflpep- Mfealit and llvor com- pluhit. ncrroninrss, kldnry nml rhfurn-ttc- aimu'niM, 11 in luvHiu HtU', and it nrTnnl. a aurn ili-tcn' Rt;Hln-t mninriui ivvit. ite- SuKii-a rcmovliiK all ' -hcm nf h ueh 0 1juam rnm thi-py-Hti'tu. Kor all- "V all l)nu-K't and Di uh THp ho.ally. ln I.-.n. (MMil B-rlna-, Bra TARt 8t1. jonkn. ii k rata tbs nim.i. aM i i. ml. Wmuu t Mia. ill iln aa lu. Purfr-a tout, auaroM JZNCS Of BtNGHAWTON, -ZESlSX rt ata ddH ELYS CREAM BALM when applied bjr tho tin ir it Into tho noHtrlls, will be nl sorbed, effectually t'lcaUHiiitf the licmV of culHi-iiiHl virus, CHimiiiK healthy se cretions. It allays inllRminatlon, pro tects the niciiitiiiino of the niiKul piims- aires from aildition al coUls,coinplctely heals tin) sores und restores tssto and smell. A few appli cations tvliove. A (huFuuyh treatment-u-lll iKwftltvlM cure. CIVUnV all -V IV a a " U.9i HAY-FEVER Airn'iiole to use. Send tor circular. Price 50 cents bv mall or at ilruirtrixts. 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Acklr-a HJlailett ii Oo..JWUajid.Ma OPIUM and WHItKT HABITS cured) VrlUIII athoiup wUliout pain. H olcnfimr tlcu araavullree. 11. 11. Wooulsv, M.D. Allauta, Ga. ff 79 A WEEK. $13 a day at home easily mada. D i 60oUy ouUUfree. Addross True k Co. Augusta, M CURES wHERI All USE FAILS. BniiCongb By nip. Taatoagnor). Lr, iu iiiiin. noia arugKiata. WII-KINNOBI ni RDEK TAKOET GrW riiiavBM1 I'uU.'itt. Tho Rt-nuiiio and bt-tC. HhootM arrown. bulli-tu ard stint. 8iifit bul U u 1,000 feet. Don't kick. KhooUsttmiu'ht. (iun, with fr twi x tnied arrows, shutantl bulfetaLtttf'biurnt. ilttlivertHl fre on rwfcipt Yfv or one Uoiiur. Hr-nn lor jn' iimi 01 hoi oii Ltf Hw, l-i.-yclf lulling TafW!, Mammocks, iti uouur. nfiiH ir jui'fl 1111 ui Drum s, I'irjclf , FitilitngTafklr. Hammocks, THE JOHN WILKINSON CO.. 78, Ad 8i Wabash Avenue, tiucago. I1U AGENTS WANTED line Hachlaa cvi-r luvrnird. Will knit a pair ut tocklriKu wlili II EKL aoil TOE coaiiilrtc Iniwu y inliiut,. It wiU uIhu knit a great arli'ty of fam-y-work for wtih-li tlHr la alwuya a nadv tnaikt. S4nil for rl miliar and U-rma to Iho Twuuibly K Milling Hualaa Co., lea Treiuont btrot-u lloaton. Muaa. S65 A MONTH mini HOAltI far thralli Young Mnn or Ijidiaa. In each county. Ad draaa P. W. Z1KC.LKU CO.. Chicago. 111. AGENTS niako money aclllng our Family M. ill clliea; no capital ri-ciiilrv-d. h-rANlAH CubkCu.. 111 1'earl 8u, Nkw Vkkx. S3MCbM8 RP''PyorFlMlnlhonr. Freetopon B4f0 Wlai02 lJM.Kjiu.2a41 AxauuU bu.guLoule.id $C I a JO fl P61" day 111 bom- 8amplr worth w Va. W uvo. awuuia SiiMauM aiCu. PurUuiid. 1 A. N. K., U. V3D WHEN WIUTINO TO AUVKKTISUIt plaae aay you aaw tha advcrtlseuient la. thU papar. Ailvartlaara Ilka to know wlion and wbara tbelr aU,ertiauieuta ara paying; beat. i Hi