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“Cast or! a Is no well adapted to children tliat 1 recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me.” H. A. Ahciikr, M. P., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cast or I a cnrm Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Piarrhrpa. fcrucUtlon, KilLs Wonul, git®® ®l«*'pt 111111 promote® dl Without injurious medication. The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Strew, iv JEROME P. DUFFiE DKALKK IN FINE FURNITURE, Wall Paper, Windou/ShodeSjPictureFranies, AND A FULL LINK OF UNDERTAKER’S GOODS. Hope, - - -.^rl^cari.sa.s w. R. CROSSETT, Palace Drug Store, Pare Drugs and Best Patent Medicines. H lilT'lim \M» TOIliHT SUI’I’I.IKS. Drug1 gist’s Motions, Spectacles and. Jewelry. CIGARS AND SMOKERS’ SUPPLIES HUl’K. - ARKANSAS. Ill AEJ. McMIIiBIOM WITH WO LF & BRO., Importers and Wholesalo dealers in iBry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Etc NT. I.IM IS, MIIUI’IIIS, « INCIN’N YTI Y\'l> NKW ORI.KANS 1MIICIM I»UPI.ICJATRI» Nos. 224 & 226, Main St., LITTLE ROCK,.ARKANSAS. New York ollice—O.j'J Broadway. JM David. .JJM.Lirk, V M Dati* j. I. Danis McLure $ Co., DEALERS IN HARDWARE and FURNITURE. Have in stock a complete line of UNDER I AKERS GOODS, including metalic cases. Buy stoves, nails, furni ture, sash,and doors in car load lots. A full line oi mill fix tures and mill supplies. Am prepared to cut and tit pipe. Keep machinists' and carpenters, tools. Also a tine lot of saddles, bridles, collars, breeching, whips, etc. Glassware, queensware, crock jars, and many other things we can t men tion. Cal! and see us at J Testimonial from (lie Ion dint; physician* in thi' I'nil. 1 States, e> . enters, senators, leg islators, stoekmeu, men of note in all pro fessions and in ditferent branches of trade, banker-, mi, h.mils, etc., can be given, who have had their sight improved by their use. ALL KYKS KITTED AND THE FIT GUAUANTFEL) At the I Dili* Su.ro of llut-li Mom-rief, Pres cott, Ark. These goods are not supplied to peddler ut any price. Notice for Publication. Land Orrn r. at Cami.kn, Auk., I December 1, 1800. ( Notice is hereby gi,,,, that the following* named settled ha.- tiled hotiee of hi- intention to make final proof in support of hi.- claim, and that -aid prool will he made before County Clerk o' lleinpstio t cuiitv. Ark., at Washington, Ark., on January JO, 1 ss’.i 1, vir.: Thema- W. Wil-en, Heinpstea 1 countv, Ark., it. E. No. 11,86"; for the S$ SKI See. Jt, Tp. 10 S.. H. J t West. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, i iz: Ilobcrt U. Donal, W illiam L. Cocke, W illiam A, Hardy, of Arcadia, Ark., and Edmund ti W ynn, of Prescott, Ark. J. K. HUDSON, Kegister. *)■ t: i.'tlc f ritiii** lint' 1 ren mad* II ' «h 1 r ii . 1 i A n ik. rw(i<\ liter in, "e . it . . -,r .[.7,1 - r.Vu.-.i Why Ii « • ■ It • . uii.i.ii Mm.rui t ib wiknn.llh* lit bnaii*. ah' r , , . ii nij I trft Im , iners £ f|..m *■> f 10 A (lev All J|J. •*. . V, ■ 1\ J.IH he» •wd *inrt * n ran %»• rk in rcliiie “t Atl 'Ii time I Up? IIU.ll" 1 !'••» Woik *«• 1 ‘i . uiihuo.iii a... nt'h NKH' |.i i 1'. ■ te ll I ':i. ' . II. llulleU .V < »»., Kt>l I*«ul l«imI, Al ii a ii > \I V It ! 1 •' .« ■ ii mny In i1 v i ut i ' v* «.i j ..I «u .. • who Hii .. ui.il uriu .mi.l w t H timi, will ui-ik IiiiUir.irti-ue..i ■» a il i. 1»iiu- i.u linlUi • r tlacy lb **.i w ill i.i*h th« a4lUMi.ni . i ni|., . b ..• M...* •. . mi VH.in* f«.r H" i nlcae mi . . ■» t..I .. i\. . | jt»> 1 y au.l .am . iranri 1.1 Mr- »».,! ,r... P>..,'1 .. ; Kiri, t or . . ' " *V »• Ojftil ! « : 1 ,.. ■.Uliila-r, 11 If. at «>•>.: ..VI . :'4t r.r. i %i J, , Vi . • »**1 M»l H». , |' | | I.. ( , -i1-i-l* i, is,> . -i .i», piiigukU, Uuiut-, .11' Harris. J. M. Thompson HARRIS & THOMPSON, Wood & Blacksmith Shop EMMET, ARKANSAS \\*«• propose to do all kind*1 of blacksmith in ; mi.d woodwork, in workmanlike style, on ?hort n« tide. Terms Reasonable. Will do all work at reasonable figure*. Kej• . r ■.lt Wiiij"! • and horseshoeing a >p. , . dtv. l*atromige respectfully solicited. • *f bu.-iuo- , 11 • Moody Lowry old stand. /\. D9T D WAGON YARD, Prescott, Ark. - T!u* above warehouse and yard is now opened ior bus j incss. ! We also make advances on cotton it desired. We have a new, clean and commodious wagon yard in ! A’hich you can keep your wagon and team dry. Charges per night, 20 cents. Prices’for Handling Cotton5 Wi-iglimg *‘olt"ii. - - l(V per bale. . Wi Cliin:;, ■unplina :""l - ij'ping. !;’■ I"- Ik j W-igl'il'g, NMlip'g, .h p g ami Im. |'r B| (.. W. L. KANAW \II, Agent. next bliH'k ba< k »■! \\ uII'T'. st"ri‘. ' •- i**,rw i!nt"U'nrk, ‘ • • 1 » • in.«» nf 1 * •• • f . «•>■' H iheir • »• »■ • ' a* I • Alif ** * » •' i• learn. > "i • * i. vh» t ... ' ' I- 1 » ’ ' • *•" » ' i .* ’ ‘ I Mil HEAVEN’S GIFT TO MAN. In n leeenl acrinon to readers, the preacher of the Indianapolis Kara’* Horn, savs: It is said that women is heaven’s best gift to man. though, red nosed men can he seen on every street corner who sneer and twist up 'their faces in scornful derision when ever this face is mentioned. But that woman is a prize-package hard to beat, is about as well established as anything outside of a man in a fat government position possible could be, and .yet there is ao deny ing the obtrusive fact that this peer less jewel of the gods have not been apportioned among tlie sons of men in strict accordance with the laws of impartial equity. Some men take the pleasing unction to their souls that they have been favored in the distribution above ail the salt of earth, in that they have married the best woman who ever wore a hairpin or kissed a baby, while on the other hand men with a piteous scarcity of hair will come forward and as firmly urge that they have been chiseled outjof their birthright and yoked in bondage with a being who could give Satan the odds in any game of his own choosing, and beat him out of his eyebrows on his own ground. W hy this is thus is hard to deter ’mine as the origin of strength in but ter ; but that is a good deal that way is as positively known among that portion of humanity who have devot ed more or less study* to the remark able changes in the status of a Hour barrel as that the color of the hair depends in a large measure upon tlie bulk of the purse and its ability to hold a man up in the hour of trouble. In the blind ventures of matrimony nothing is certain but breezy conver sation and familiarity with the hand writing of a milliner; but all men who have destroyed brain matter in studious observations of the ways of the dear creatures are agreed in the conclusion that good looks and small feet arc not to be taken as an infallible indication of angelic qualities. \ou can’t tell much more about a women by the looks of her eyes and the shape of her nose than you can tell about the health of an egg by the appearance of the shell. A woman may look as pleasing to the eye as a j drum major at the head of a proces sion on a holiday, and at the same time have possibilities about her that will drive a man to strong drink witli a good deal of celerity shortly aftci marriage. Ami. on the other hand, a female with no more style about her than an old bonnet is just as like ly to turn out all wool and a yard wide as a gosling is to come out of si goose egg. A woman may have big feet and a small head, her hair, freckles, and a nose out of plumb, and still have more than virtues enough about her to make a good stepmother, while the dizzy beauty who creates a Hotter of admiratior in the ball-room may have a tongne with a razor etlge, and a disposition that will make a man blad-headed before bis teeth begin to decay. The fact is, you can’t tell anything about a woman’s heart and other prol abilities by the size of. her waist 01 the shape of her eye brows. She may prove herself very agreeable compa ny on Sunday’s evenings for a yeai or so, and inside of six months aftei the knot is lied'*makeVreason gas| and gurgle by her mulish conduct and back talk. The man who goes iu persuit of happiness and thinks hi has found it in the shape of blue eyes and golden hair, without shading hi? eyes with reason and looking below the surface for sharks and sword fish, will wake up some morning will hisjfeot on the brink of a chasm si thousand miles high, and regret U the end of his days that he was no born with cotton in his ears. About Printers’Ink. This is tin1 day of printers’ ink and llie prizes are for those who usi it. Your trnditionsgand prejudice: may be to the contrary, hut tin world doesn’t care a fig for them The man who sits and waits for hi trade in these days gets left. Don’ advertise, don’t quote your prici lists, don’t see that your eity or you business is represented in your pa tronizing territory, ami don’t stain up manfully alongside of those win are lighting for your rights and in terests, and there can lie hut one re suit shriveling up. Good sales men, llrst-class articles, gilt cdgei credit, are not enough. They an I excellent—necessary—but are no enough. Printers’ ink heats then in the long run. Uncle Sam’s unie go every day, carrying their freighi of special offers, new crops, long credits cash discounts, job lots am lovers’ tales from everywhere. And in the end your trade is seduced. In the tierce coinpction of these davs old habits and associations simply cannot stand the pressure. The trade is for the man who uses pi ini eis’ ink. -[Grocery World. FOOD AND WORK. Spooking figuratively, men’s souls differ as much in size a* do their bodies, and alas! this is true of Christian men. There are dwarfs !1 lid giants in the Church; but spir itual dwarfs, unlikw physical, arc re sponsible for their w«u littleness. Any Christian caa become largc ! sou led who will carefully observe the I laws of spiritual growth, and feed : daily upon the bread which is from ' heaven. “Eat ye that which is good."say* Iaaiakand let your soul 1 delight itself in fatness.” The mind must be fed with the knowledge of Cod, derived from meditation upon the great truths of his holy Word, and upon the works of his hand above and around us. Though knowledge is distinct from grace, the love of a converted soul for Cod should be, and we think generally is, proportionate to it* knowledge of the Creator and his works. While this is an age of great intel lectual activity, in which all tie problems of theology are more pro foundly investigated than they ever were before, this work is done by comparatively few. W ith the mass es of our laity, the newspaper and the magazine cause neglect of those groat works on the evidence of Christianity, which gave the Church so much faith and power fifty years ago, before our present feverish, ab normal life began. A general return to the works of Wesley, Hetcher, D'Aubignc, and llntler, to the biog raphies of our ministerial fathers, supplemented by some solid books in i our generation, would mean a revi i val of Christian zeal, in the presence of which infidels would stand in ; dumb amazement. To be growing Christians we must not only have the right kind of food, but we must also exercise our spirit ual faculties in the work which Cod requires us to do. Our Christian life should he divided between thought and action, between devo tional meditation and earnest Chris tian labor for the salvation of the lost. As Protestants, we are op j posed to monish life, vet the raonas > terv is an institution in which wo sec the abuse of a great religious truth, (iod is not pleased to have any class of men and women exclude them 1 selves froufthc world, and spend all 1 their time in meditation ; but it is bis will that every Christian should have some secret [dace of devotion, where a portion of each day can be spent ! in that sweet communion with him self by which the soul will hr strengthened and disciplined fur the active duties of life. The most healthy children art i those who receive wholesome food regularly, take their rest regularly | and exercise their limbs at, play 01 light work in the open air. There | are some children whose mothers confine them in the house to keo[ them out of danger, or to prove lit tin sun from spoiling their complexion, and, though they receive all the foot they want, how weak they are! 1'hey remind us of vegetables that grow it the collar. Now, the Christian whe attempts to develop his spiritua powers without exercise in the at mosphere of the world, without earn est work to save his fellow man. wil | either not grow at all in grace, or lit will have a very sickly growth. “By grace we arc saved through faith, but, “faith without works is dead. We must feed our souls to keep on 1 i faith alive, and wc must prove to thi world that we have a living faith by | our good^works.—[Advocate. Money For The Boys. The Detroit Free Press wants t< , secure a lively hoy in this locality ti sell their famous weekly. The Fret Press is the most popular and one o the best selling papers in the I'nitei States. It is supplied to dealers 01 very liberal terms, the Company . taking back till unsold copies am • requiring payment, only for such pn , pers as are sold. Only one boy is appointed in i town, so the boy that writes first giving good busines references, wil * probably get the agency. Stall I how many papers you think you car sell at five cents each, and they wil at once befowarded, reaching you ii time for Saturday sales. Address The Free Press Co., Detroit Mich. I Anyone on writing for it can get a , sample copy of The Free Press free. A School Boy on Breathing. We breathe with our lungs, our J lights, our kidneys and our liver. It it wasn’t for our breath we would die when we slept. Our breath keeps the life agoing through the nose when we are asleep, ltoy s who stay in ti e room all day should not breathe, i They should wait until they get out in the fresh ajr. Boys in a room make bad air called earbonjcjde, j Carhonicide is as poison as mad dogs. A lot of soldiers were once in a black hole in Calcutta, and carhonicide gut ! in there and killed them. A girl sometimes ruins her breath with cor sets that squeeze the diagram. A big diagram is best for tin right |Mui! of breathing. [K\ Grand Premium Offers. I A dhanco vet Crocd i Books for ' Ikia.: The Picayune Now has 1200 Sub scribers and Must Have 1200 More. The PICAYUNE already lias 1200 subscribers, and in order to secure 1200 more during the next few months, we have perfected arrange ments with a big Now York publish ing house, whereby we arc enabled to offer, as premiums to our sub scribers, for a small trilie over our regular subscription price, tlie fol lowing popular and handsome hooks: A set of the Works of Charles Dickens, complete in 12 large and handsome volumes, with a year’s subscription to the PICAYUNE, will be given any one paying us $2.25, cash in advance. These books are usually sold at from $10 to $25 a set. Now is the time to se cure them for almost nothing. This great offer eclipses any ever hereto fore made. Dickens’ works abound in wit, humor, pathos, masterly de lineation of character, vivid descrip tions of places and incidents, thrill ing and skillfully wrought plots. Every preacher’s library has this work; every home should have it. $2.25 will get this work, complete in 12 volumes, and this paper for one year. To any one sending us $2.10 we will give a year's subscription to the PICAYUNE and the MAMMOTH CYCLOPEDIA, in four large vol umes. This is a great ami wonder ful work, containing2.17f> pages and 020 beautiful illustrations. It has been published to meet the wants of tlie masses for a universal compen dium of knowledge; practical, use ful, scientific and general. It con tains the substance ami practical utility of twenty volumes. Remem ber this great work will be given to any one who will subscribe for this paper for one year, and pay 00 ets. extra. Bn?" Old subscribers can secure either of above excellent books by paying up to date and amount asked above from new subscribers— $2.2o for Dickens, and $2.10 for the Cy clopedia. Samples of these books can be seen at this office. It is with pleasure that we an nounce to our many patrons that we have made arrangements with that wide-awake, illustrated farm maga zine, the Amkkh an Faumku, pub lished at Fort Wayne, Ind., and ! read by nearly 200,000 farmers, by j which that great publication will be mailed direct. FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will I come ill and pay up all arrearages on subscription and one year in ad vance from date, and to any new subscriber who will pay one year in advance. This is a grand opportuni ty to obtain a first-class farm journal free. The Amkkican Faumku is a large Iti-page journal, of national circulation, which ranks among the leading agricultural papers, the regular subscription price of which is $1.00 per year. IT COSTS Y’OU NOTHING. From any one number, ideas can be obtained that will be worth thrice the subscription price to you or members of your household, ykt yoi okt it kukk. < 'all and see sample copy. Address Picayune, Prescott, Ark. A few \ er\ p<utiti 1 rea*< >i * why <'heat* 1 linin'* (’hill Tonic will ti threat *u< - , -*; It 1 i« absolutely free from all d, lot* rioua ingro ! diants; ns pleasant t«* the t.i-te ns Imnev; an nhgoluti and never failiiu; cure for all mala rious complaint*. (Juaranteed to cure. What more could you ask? For *ale by Illicit Moncrief. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Dyspepsia, In digestion & Debi 1 i ty . DRUNKENNESS-LIQUOR HABIT In all the World there is but one Cure, Dr- Haines’ Golden Soecific. It can he given in n nij. of colt,-, or ten \* irlt.ni? the knowledge of the p. i-on t.iking it, effecting a ipe dv and permitm at curt 1 •■ - u moderate drinker or mi alcoholic w reck. I'hoii* and* of drunkard* have been cured vv ho have taken , the Holden specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and to day la in \ e th» \ <|iiit drinking of their own free will N • harmfid eth er n-ult* from it* adminiMf atl.ni. < urr* guaranteed >. ,,d for circular and full particulars. Addrc*-. in con 1 fldenee, tioi.m.N sfi.i il l, , IKj Knee street, Cincinnati, Ohio. if yorn hack At hi s, Or you are all worn out, r ulh good for noth ing, it is general «h hilitv i rv HUOirX’S IKON lillTKKS. It will cure you, dean*,• your liver, and givo a good ttpi»ctiUj. Many people 11u11ilua 11\ endure a feeling of lassitude, because iIn-s think they have to. If the. would take Or. .1. II Mi l,can’s Naisapa rilla this feeling of weariness would give place to vigor and vitality. i Wti^n Baby w-w tick. »i> pure brr rvtnri.v Wh-n *he was a Child, uln* crnnl for < ast.-i ia. When she lx-came Mi*-. *!..• clung to Castoria. VN lieu hire liud Children, bht gave tin 111 Castoria ! l’iniples, l.oils and oilier humors are liable lo appear when Im- hlood I gets healed. The best reuu-.lv Is Or. .1. II McLean's Sarsaparilla. I Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. 1 NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE,] J. W. Gardner, Proprietor, j PRESCOTT, - - ARK. j NEW PROUTY POWER PRESS. THE PICAYUNE is an all home print, newsy, local paper, ns we|. equipped and printed as any paper in the State. A new power press, new Paragon paper cutter, lOxioineh Peerless joh press, hran new news types new mailing machine, and new joh type of latest designs, etc., compost it, outlit. TIIE PICAYUNE is devoted to the best interests of all classes, anil dishes out fresh news, and choice selections, every week. Out of 2^ col umns it gives it readers H! COLUMNS OF READIMI MATTER, as much as any country weekly in the State. Pays particular attention to local news, in town and country. All departments will be kept up to the stand ard, as heretofore. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE nominal, 81.'>0 u year. In this enlightened, progressive age every man should take plenty af good newspapers, and especially bis home or county paper, as there is aa other one agency so potent an educator as the press No man is too poor to take and pay for his county paper. All can afford to take the Pica yi nk, as its high moral tone and fine selections, besides its full local and editorial news, make it specially fitted for the home circle. THE PICAYUNE is thoroughly and heartily IIi.moci;vrn in politics, and will ever do its full duty for the success of the party, in every legiti mate way. It is Democratic because this party lias ever proven the trus friend of the people (especially the poor man) and has always given His best national and State government. The right to criticise and condemn all party men and measures, is reserved, and will be exercised whenever occasion demands. A FINE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Few papers offer a better opportunity to advertisers, to reach the tjf- 1 ricultural masses, than the Pn wi m . having between 1,001) ami 1,200 bout fide circulation. It permeates every part of Nevada county, and tetri tor/ contiguous. (>ur mail book is open for inspection of advertiserrs. Rate* made known on application. Tolo Woiii l ucTo TTT-cxlx:! ALL KINDS ami styles of Job Work <lom* at short notice, at lo\vo#t prices. All Kinds of Legal Blanks for Sale. Note Heads. Bill Heads. Envelopes. Statements. Posters, Circulars, Minutes, Briefs. Etc., Etc. Everything in fact, from a mammoth poster to a visiting eard YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. (livens your support and we will < utinuc to give you a crcditabl* paper, and value received for everything. Advertise votir business, ami send us your orders for job work, and we guarantee satisfaction. Address, I’K AY 1 NE, Prescott. Ark. ---- a KJ'W'SJ I &■ c 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 ltd \\ ccii St. Louis and the southwest FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS. And Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Direct connections in St. Louis Un ion Depot ami Memphis with . through lines to all points in the ISTortlb. 6z ZEci^t II. C. TOM NSKNI), ti. I*. & T’kt. Agt. St. Louis. Mo. Slainton & IcSwain, E&MET. A UK. Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc. Our stock of general merchandise is full end complete, and we propose • to sell at prices as low as the lowest. , Live and let live is our motto. No use to make a long trip to Prescott or Hope and lose time for nothing, \ when goods can lie bought of us just i as cheap. M ill give you iirst-elass , goods and deal squarely. 1 HOW PRICES WIN! -J And we feel confident we can give you as niucli for a dollar as an\ oth er merchant. M ill he glad to serve i our farmer friends and the public ' generally. Mr M' ti llarton is now with us. tup) will he pleased to see Itis friends. Drugs and Medicines. M’e also keep an assorted stuck of pure, standard drugs and patent mi'd eines, Respectfully, STAIN TON A. McSM AlN, PiAi\iO rnrr lai.jp rncc. '•"'L L'dv j -r !><•(*• rntHT or .liinn*rt u,!l f,-1‘ >«MI I...VI •-. proem* M IC« m IIKSIKR HI. \ I'l A Nn I, \ M r without cost. S.-nd l.**. for either n»iin)»• i. ^ .mi w ill g. t in n-tnrn th# • Ii• - Maga/.im in \uurifa. It tin* th* ffrt of I i-.iMnie'til., all ably edited *'1’1 1,11 s- I' ;4 -1:loii | low er*, l.ngm YiugV, llofll* ( uliiirw, Mu-ic, Ibcip.-., Hr , :,r«• a few of th« #nb jeat*treated. In ■ 1.1 ii li ii r \ n 11 III IM i w ill begin the Iiew, power ful and • Xfiting >• i i ,1 Ik Al>NA II. LKillTNKR, I V ITI I KH Under the Chastening; nit THE PRIDE OP THE WHITTINGTONS. Vntlior of "liH'low in«! MiiMblue,” "Cnitu," " «> Aide Violet," etc. • \l*o short Sto .s ami >crials. w ith orlglunl • • rill I..-S .-II vro ^‘1 i 'I,iu> I ■ - k l.iniiv lb ad Marian 14* err#, 11 Sketches b ! ”.■ i • « Greene. Flow*ri *b* ir ' iilfni- Ik l.uiina .1 <*rav. Sketchei and roem* to U illi* « 'Merle. He III fact, fmt ‘ * "ih give you the be*t o| everytliing. $2 A YEAR, Beautiful Piemiums for Clubs. I I.i:MS in i |,| ns ? ' 'l'i‘•-* ft .V) i 60 7 71 1 '■ L't ■ ■! I i ■ i, .- and term* to larger club#, " 1,1! 1 1 4 4 "f' l"l 'ample roji\ , w tlich will gift V*« nil information. * 1 - ■ !"a’ • app. ii in i v« i \ uumber, of unbjrftl • t \y < il know n ai • uni produced I*y the ncwrif '"M ' ' ' * 1“ d- ' oh>i'l Fashion* < • < >«|. y 'n i color* and 11->tIi modiste ami bora# Ii *■" n i iik* ia r co|d the in the fore ii ion t position. I "I"1 pain mi-.m one of lb* most import*** ' din' - of this magazine, each suhneriber belaf ’ 1 *' * ' h ft thin own pattern even month, l a >m more than coy cring the i«ub.«criptlo* * 1 ,l'dh'aI Hints upon I>rcM«uiaking show kew ' irilH'Ilt* I all be t'ciioY ati d ami fltatlc OYrr by thv mf tern* gU en. I ra* Heal Hint* tor tin* Household show timih| ion*. kc« pci * how to manage the ciilinarr <b*p*rt m nt w ith economy and skill. 1-111011 \.,t, ;,t home or abroml, delight every . ii*Iy •« heart. i !'|'* oloia'd and Itlack Work I h-ulgii* give *11 tk* n went idea* tor fancy Yvork. I hi ( .. k ig lb * i|M s are under the control of •* *]>»» ii need housekeeper. * h' 1 •: a: i d> i.art incut i* of practical *hl f>, can tul C'limab - In ing giYen for each phi*. Every Lady Her Own Dreesmaktr 'ho '.i'-c: he* fo I, Icy’s l.adv** Ituok fkf oupou will find hi < ach nutuber vk db to ii own -i h-ciion of auv out u*pff dtci II illn-t. i. d in (jodi-Y’s I.ad\’s itook T nU 5c coni win c.,i, ” j 1J ail. one o| the P end 1 Jt CtS, fo f f»E • mi. jhc p.(t io Ie, ■ O which will M ip.w - \ ..a 11.ky Sallowed on youy subseftp .. « hion whop rto.Lved, J “•of pi \ ant. Ilia: - all yv< piii *a> In tt »• i I or tin n t >ec vmir sample number, fi* i ltich scud I.V at once. A Mr. - • < H»I A 'S I \ I»Y *S IU i(»K," l'hilndelphia, l‘» I 'hit. u nb H i | ■; 4 i. (iO|*I A ’> mid Till ‘I* 'Yl \ I. I i .f w liich should b« ••■lit to *kv thee of thiwpaper. yNLYJ Sir LCtiT FATUKO tUAfOW r.At' '**C I : n-i.NV.KVt)US bEBlIjni »c* Bo.ly and Miod, Jl ' * v.‘ » -il-M »’.• I w or fcxc< rbruin Older T***it i ii-»pir. (t llior to fulflft ffff '*••'•. “ mi : m > yj .,i KUOt:4,YM* J’iKThOt SOW* f •. }*«. • ».- •).•!. .1 tor.ein I* • Wf t,u I*, s .»•»'! km, fiffi. * (,untrt«‘q- Wfl(* '*** 11 ■-t |>. luglli if l*i*lldl*S “»*“*• Li.iL ft-.bUlCAk GO., UUFFALO|N.T*