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| M Political Revolution.
Flliotsville htw i
! , J » nn» experienced a polit
j*« «ruptlon which ha» »buken it
rom renter to circumference, »uy» a
. Bangor ( Me. (special to the New York
if""' •p'totsvillstoa plantation in
, ie nek wood» of Piscataquis county,
!* n ' w * len election day
it immer» four
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conies round
voter».
The recent
row wit* brought about by the treiui
urer of the plantation, who put on
too much »tyle to »uit the people, und
who was overfund of legal circumlo.ii
lion. One of the four
the case a» follows:
"At our last election, in March
fiaeh man voted for himself, and on
«he ».xth ballot a gentleman of the
•ame name the late treasurer,
being in u hurry to get in bis vote,
"i i' 1 .* 0 |nu , il ' 11 distinguishing
inittal letter, thus giving his oppo
"«>t two vote» and the election. The
basusver
mitisfiu tion, however. He has
to ° «"Uch red tupe about hi*
refusing to pay u boy lu cent»
«ouuty ou a crow "because'he didn't
kill ten at one shot.
j "Wehave been waiting a long time
or an opportunity to oust him from
Ins office, and a few days ago it came,
j I «o* boy, a lad of 10 years, set a mink
trap on Hear Pond brook, and this
wax more than we could stuud. It
wax invading our territory and in
fringing ui>on our rights. Â commit
j te» immediately waited upon the
treasurer and gave him his choice of
j jyig»»ing or being oxcommunieuted.
He promptly resigned, und turned
over the assets of the plantation
j 1 l*icent*I to the asxesxors. A meet
ing wax immediately calhti to choose
anew treasurer, a u<i t his time a good,
j square man, with no mugwump frills
about him, wit* unanimously elected,
i I« hod been agreed in caucus before
: hand that the lucky individual, who
' ever it might lie, should give each vo
ter a 2f»-cent plug of tobacco, and
the new treasurer stood up to bis
bargain like a little man. He doesn't
Use lit# weed himself, *o the corrup
' lion found was limited to 75 cent*.
Alter cautioning our new olllcial not
to put on too many air», the meeting
adloaroed."
; Time, after an exciting struggle,
KIlioUvillo has shaken off mugwum
pefir and secured good government
1 and a mouth - » tobacco beside«.
voters states
Story of a Diamond.
1 PbdauWlphi* Inquirer
••There'» the most beautifhl dla
moud I have ever mx*n during an ex
perience ol thirty years with the !
sparkling gems," sahl an eteran din
mnnd merrhiint. n* he held up a stone
that *eem<x! to live in fire. From
»very foret ra<linbe<i brilliant color,
nu<! the hue of the «tone wax that
Steely blue which delight* every con
tioiwwor of tho precious gems. The
diamond did not weigh over «ix ent
ât», but it was easily worth $5,000.
"That stone box a tragic history,"
continued the man of novel« a* he
laid the diamond to rut amid a m*»t
oftnott.r cotton. "It come# from
the IM Beers mine*, in South Africa,
nnd »nx discovered by a coolio em
pjovesl by theCompany. lii«practic
ed eve »aw that the gem wa» a marvel
lous one for beauty ol color, und a
desire to «teal tt overcame him. Well,
he did Steal It, nnd to conceal the
diamond almut hi* person—for the
i coolies work almost nake<l in t he «lia
I tttond mine»—cut a hole in hi* t!e»h
! under the arm. Hut the wound did
! not heal, ami the observant eye of
! the foreman »aw wimt wa* the mat
ter: A few day* after he charged the
j coolis with hiiving stolen a diamond,
, Ullt th# WffTO II.
"When Jack, the foreman, reachfil
for hi» «.vre arm the thief made a
dash ami ran toward the outskirts
of the camp like a de*r. Tho fore
man followed him, but the fleet
footevl negro out«trlp|>ed him. He
know that n «ever© puni«liment
Bwaltevl him ifeaptured, nn.l centered
niiliiseffortsongettingaway with the
«tone whose value would have made
Rut .lack was
j him rich for life,
i equal to the emergency, n«m, , « r,,w 1 '
I inghts pistol «hot tho coolm through
i the back just a* he wns taking to tho
I hill*. Ilis <!ca<l body wn* dragged
I |mck Into camp, hl» arm cut open
i and this beautiful gem in the rough
I wn* taken from tbs Insertion. lt*a
i tragic story, hut truo na gospel. nn<l
j only a »ample of what hit* b»PJP°"®^
more than a hundred tini«i in ( the
I diamond mine* of South Africa.
Rubbor on Horses' Foot
of the hors«'* fore
A horse
Th* protection
fret i* a great problem.
weighing 1.000 pound*, and goi"«
at a 3:30 gnit, »tnko* n ton with
each lore loot when he put* it Jown.
If till* fig««-«' corlTCt il 1 î n .^°
practical horseman to *re th* fo ly
of driving ft good .tock on granite
»treet*. i^n devised
hand a qtiarwr u |n n i, e ovy
minuting nt th It| gîterai shape
rork or JLhof the rubber
is that of a ' t ,e heel-corks,
cushions representing the ^
An Iron plate fihm g Shortened to
and the a eel ends «» *" k(> Thc
give room for the rubber cor^ ^ ^
rublier shoe g'" L iron-plate
nn.l I« nailed on with in .
gboowith rubber . ^ jj )0 pinco
volition is «^ä^Sroadsters,
of all other p a < glioe than
repoeinllvnsit taa ^ni *^ B|dwhl(?
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Down on Ibe Habit orKInln».
. 1 «. S 14 that tb ® ""«»Ing sisterhood
, 8». Vincent, in franco, have not suf
fered from influenza, owing to certain
•age rules of the founder. Ho discour
aged asceticism, (»joined warm clothes
and every reasonable comfort, becauso
the sitter« should regard themselves
lighting tho evil principal» which cause
suffering in the world, and the combat
with which needs bodily strength. They
»lept in good teds from 9 at night to S
In the morning, and had good, succulent
?i V ?*** l rce «rom care unless to do
their duty, and were not to salute any
one by the way when outside of the con
vent on their errands of mercy, (saluta
tions in eold weather were, said the rev
erend mother, one of the most fertile
sources of throat and pulmory disease.
In line weather they were the cause of
loss of time and look the mind from tho
object on which it should be set—Pail
Uail Gazette.
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Wealth Well Spent.
A current whimsicality of wealth Is
the gift of money of Jav Gould's chil
dren by the multiple-millionaire's moth
er-in-law, who, on dying, has left a will
devising 93,009 apiece to each of her
grand children. Of cuursn only
pression of love was meant yet It seems
ridiculous on the fa. e of it. However,
I learn that the recipients will devote
the money to charity, probably to the
endowment of beds in hospitals. That
Is a charming fashion with some of
fashionable and wealthy women. Tho
lucorne frem a donation of $3.000 suffices
to support one bod, and the donor may,
If she chooses, designate an occupant.
Thus she may, upon learning of some
person poor and ill, place the sufferer
comfortably In a hospital. The young
Gould ladies Intend to use their special
Inheritances that way.—New York Let
an ex
1er.
A KuHlan Verdin.
An engine driver on the Central Aslan
railway who sustained concussion of tho
brain In a serious accident on Gen. An
nenkoff's lino seme time ago has Just
sued the railway officials for damages
In a court at Samarcaud, and obtained
very satisfactory and somewhat origi
nal compensation. The court decreed
that be te pa!d 7,000 rubles down at
once, and In addition, should receive
SO rubles, or A3 a month, *lth an ex
tra 10 rubles for every child which
might be born to him.—Correspondence
London Times.
Old Love Leiters.
A special dispatch from Csnajoharle,
N. Y., says: "While at Siono Arabia a
few days ago a citizen of Palestine
Hr dge found a begrimmed and badly
battered metallic box. It was opened
with much difficulty, and Its contents
consisted of a locket, a bundle of parch
ment letters and a piece of faded blue
ribbon. The locket I» of gold and fine
workmanship. On one side in mono
gram are the letters 'A. U. D.,' and on
the other a curiously wrought hunting
scene. Tne letters were written in
1778-70 by a lady of evident royalty re
siding in London. They were to her
! betrothed and couched lu the most t«n
dor l» 0 «"*«*-"
tir'd Nul Gone Out.
His wife was away, but she kept him
under surveillance, ss far ss possible,
from a distance. He was compelled in
his loiters to tell how ho passed his
time. "Hava you been out nights since
1 left? 1 ' she inquired roguishly in s post
scripL
And he, honest bueband that be was
answered: "I bave not gone out a single
oight since you left."
He told the truth. Ho had not "gone
out" once. He bad stayed In the game
every time,
as a soap bubble.
Rlretrtr Ll|lil« In Itome.
The olcctrlc light Is to supercede gas
lu Rome. The motive power will be
derived from the waterfalls at Tivoli,
and tho station for the distribu
tion of power will bo near Porta Pla.
Rome docs not In this case lose in plc
turesquetiess what it gains In moderniz
ation. for tho few electric lights already
established—as. for Instance, on tho
Quirlnal Hill and In tho Piazza Colonna
—lend a singlarly new and beautiful
aspect to the Eternal City, as seen in
the evening from tho neighboring hills
of Frascati and tho other "Castelli."
The spectacle of Rome, with its mighty
overhanging cupola. Illuminated by tho
electric light, across tho wide Campagna,
will be remarkab le.— Chicago Harald.
Another Fleer Pxld.
(»•« ortmm llror'iw. hbnwj it)
Another couyle of lucky Investors In the
Louisiana State Lottery airived In the city
yesterday. They were two young men named
John D. Mayfield, a prlvste banker and sec
retary of the Tcxis Savings Loan Association
of Waco. Tex., and bis book keeper, Mr. Kd.
C. Himstedt. They were ae.o.npanied by
their friend Mr. J. A. Van Ktten of Utile
Kork, Ark., whore Mowm. Mnytlelu rug
illtmtrtlt formerly resided. Mctsr*. May
field and Himstedt were copartner« tn one
twentlelh of ticket No. M.&5. which drew
ibe fitst capital pilzc of $300,000, and on tbe
presentation of the ticket st the office of the
Lottery company were promptly given a
cheek bn tbe New Orleans National Bank
for »15,000. Two-lhlnla of the prise was
owned by Mr. Himstedt, and his employer
gave hint s certificate of deposit for »10,01)0
I efore the ticket *•' casheil. Both gent e
men will rema'n In the elty to witness the
carnival and will leave for heme on \teduc»
day next.
And this world Is as hollow
Morchaut Traveler.
About K.rly Peas.
The early pea* of low-growing sorts
may do very well without being bushed;
but if tho tall kinds, such as marrowfat
and champion of England, are grown,
somo pains must bo taken to keep them
from tho ground, or thoy will probably
ml Mow. If you can, cut tho brush and
have It ready boforo tho spring work
begins. If you cannot got brush, haul
a load of straw or cornstalks and placo
it near where tho peas aro to bo
planted. After tho last cultivation
iproad this between tho rows and lot
vint* fall over on It. This will prevent
mildew (to a largo extent), will keep
tho pods' from getting muddy and rot
ting from contact with tho ground,
and will rodor picking easy and clean
work, ovon just aftor a hard rain.
BTATSOTOmo, CittojTolsdo, U
IK J V CifsKSx'maltes oath that b* la4M
l .n,l luta.^-.-rÄ^ 'for
tb îhOTd cvere cm. of Catarrh that cannot bo
Ä d a^HAU.taCA T A.»n t Cea EY
Bworn to before me and .ulacribe.l ln ner
preaence, thl. Oth day of ^ÄÜaSo'iT'
rjKAlJ tlotary 1'ubllo
Hall'« Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and
.. uiitetlT ui)on the blood and mucoua aur
* 0,1 for te.tlmonial.,
ot K /cHENKY A CO., Toledo, a
* jjffioid by Drugglsta, 76 cent*.
A striate Sprint hi the Rock.
An occasional correspondent writes:
A queer tale has just reached the ears of
your correspondent. An ice-cold spring
of clear white water was discovered flow
ing forth from a crack In a high rock on
the premises of Deacon Simon Pendle
ton, of Stonlngton, last Friday. When
drank, the water has a curious effect on
the drinker, for his veins commence to
swell and he looks and feels as if he were
about to burst for the next ten minutes,
after which the swelling gradually sub
sides, and no serious effect is felt except
a Blight buzzing In the head for about an
hour. It is the talk of the town and
every one is eager to try the queer effect
of tho water. A sample of the water Is
now in the bands of an expert of Poston
for analysis.—Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin.
The Uureaneer» of Old
Flaunted the ekull and croîs bones, their ensign,
defiantly at the masthead. Your modern pirate,
not on the high teas, but upon the high reputa
tion of standard remedies, skulks under various
disguises. His hole and corner traffic has never
to any degree affected Uostetter's Stomach Bit
ten. although that standard invigorant and cor
rectlve has long been the shinins mark at which
hit shafts have been directed. Cheap local bitters,
composed of fiery nnrectified stimulants, with an
infusion, or extract possibly, of some tonic bark,
are ttiil sometimes recommended as Identical
with, or similar to, or possessing virtues kindred
to those of America's chosen family medicine.
These perish speedily, while the great subduer
and preventive of disease pursues its successful
career, overcoming malaria, dyspepsia, nervous
ness. kidney troubles, constipation and rheuraa*
tic ailments, not only on this, but on many
continents.
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Foreign filltaiont.
The receipts for foreign missions for
the month of December have been such
as to greatly encourage the board. The
total receipts have been $21,662.92, of
which $5,000 was a legacy. The churches
contributed $16,062.92, being $11,270 in
excess of the receipts in December, 18£8.
The gain lor the eight months of the
fiscal year was 823,03.0. This ratio of
Increase needs only to be maintained for
four months and the board may close
the year with its debt removed.
For Scrofula, Impoverished Blood and
General Debility.
Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil,
with Hrpophospbites. has no equal in the
whole realm of Medicine. Head the follow
ing: "I gave one bottle of Scott's Emulsion
to my own child for Scrofula, and the effect
was marvelous."— O. F. Guar, M.D., White
Hall, Ind. _
The position of Minister t# Greece Is
looked upon as a fat office.
The new 2-cent stamp Is smaller than the
old one and easier to lick.
Cocoas axd Hoabsexess.—T he Irritation
which Indurés couching Immediately re
lieved bv use of "Frown's bronchial Tro
ches." Éolil only in boxes.
Even If marriage is a failure it docs not
follow that divorce is a success.
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When she wet c Child, the cried for Csstoria,
When she boesme Miss, sho dung to Csstoria,
When she hid Children, she gave them Cestori^
in
his
Honeyed word« belong to the confidence
man anil th e lover. _
W« recommend •* Taasill's l*unch " Ciffar.
It tmkea an impatient man to make a pa
tient wornan^_
X.w Pil.rl
We have In stock, packed ready to ihlp, a
half dozen imall ncw.piycr outfit! suitable
for publication of papers iu small town« or in
the Sioux rctervatiou country. They ire
birgiins. Address
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"TAKEN IN."
" I used often to read the newspaper aloud
to my wife," said Bert Robinson, " and once
I was fairly 1 taken in' by a patent medicine
advertisement. Tho seductive paragraph
began with a modest account of the sea
serpent, but ended by setting forth the vir
tue« of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, which, it was alleged, was a sure cure
for all Bronchial, Throat and Lung troubles,
and would even cure Consumption, If taken
In time. The way I was taken in was this:
I had lung disease, and I bought a bottle
of the remedy : I was a stranger to it, and it
took mo in—and cured ma" Robinson's
experience is identical with that of thou
sands of other* So true is this, that after
witnessing, for many year«, the marvelous
cure« of Bronchial, Throat and Lung affec
tions wrought by this wonderful remedy, its
manufacturers feel warranted in selling it
as they aro doing, through druggists, under
a positive guarantee that, if taken in time
and given a fair trial, it will relieve or cure
In every case, or money paid for it will be
refunded. No other remedy for such inala
SICK HEADACHE,
ntllooe Headache. Dlaatneas, Constipation, Indlgce
_, Hiltons Attack*, and all derangemonta of the stomach and
bowels, aro promptly relieved and permanently cured by the uao of
tlon
DR. FIERCE'S PELLETS.
They aro Purely Vegetablo and Perfectly Harmless.
As a I. IVB1 K FZXjXj, A'nequaled I
8hCA.IiX.BST, OHEAPBßT,
BAS1B3T TO TAB ».
ONE PELLET A DOSE !
Morse's School Shoes —Made In our
large shoe factory, at Omaha, Nebraska.
Ask your dealer for them. Effuse to
take any others. If not kept In your
town, write us, asking where to get
them. They wear longer and fit better
than any other shoes. Shoes have al
ways been made too narrow. W'e make
them wide. A reward of Fifty Dol
lars, In gold, paid for every pair of our
own make of shoes that contain a parti
cle of shoddy, or anything but solid
leather. We make one hundred and
fifty styles of Women's, Misses' and
Children's Sewed and Standard-Screw,
Grain, Glove, Kid and Gondola. Ele
gant styles, wide and good-fitting. We
also carry one hundred and fifty styles
of Men's Goods, Rubbers, &c.
W. V. MORSE Sr. CO.,
Shoe Manufacturers, Omaha, Nebraska.
Wales' Goodyear Rubbers are the best.
Taking God at Hla Word.
0 Miss Hevergal has said: "Every year,
1 might almost say every day I live, I
seem to see more clearly how all the rest
and gladness and power of our Christian
life hinges on one thing, and that is,
taking God at His word, believing that
He really means what He says, and ac
cepting the very words in which He re
veals His goodness and grace, without
substituting others or altering the pre
cise moods and tenses which He has seen
fit to use."
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"Fair Play»*
is all that Is asked for Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, when taken for catairh
In the head, or for bronchial or throat affec
tions, or lung scrofula (commonly known
consumption of the lungs I and it taken
time, and given a fair trial, it will cure or
the money paid for it will be refunded. It
is the only guaranteed cure.
Cleanse the liver, stomach, bowels and
whole system by using Dr. Pierce's Pellets.
There are man people who repent only
their good de eds.
If filleted with Sore Ere*.
sod'« Ere Water. l>ruitgl«u «ell II ht
The pictures lu the Rogues' Gallery are not
all steel engravings.
It Is easier to be good to everybody than to
somebody.
84
In
Dr. I *aac Thoinp
Is
somebody. _
^JACOBS Oil
CURES PERMANENTLY
RHEUMATISM.
8affered for Nearly 30 Tear«.
187 N. Chester St., Baltimore, Md.
e&ra X suffered with rheuma
shoulder; could not lift mj
For nearly 30 r
tlsm in arm and
arm. Less than two bottles of bt. Jacobs
cored me.
W. H. HEESON.
Of Many Tears* Standing*
Gadsden, Crockett Co., Tenu.
My case was rheumatism of many years'
■lauding, contracted during the war; tried
mou everything without relief. £t. Jacobi
Oil tmaily cure d me. _FRED. KOGGE.
At Druggists and Dealers.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Batthnorc. Mi.
YOU WILL GAVE MONEY,
Tlm»,"Palrr, Trouble,
and will CURE
toA
Catarrh
by usiug
Ely's Cream Balm
,-te*
A pair Balm Into each nostril.
ELY BkOR, M Warren SU. N T.
ELY BkOR, M Warren SU. N T.
I O Form. 1 Oc. "Xxwa Co.," Ka»au, X. Y.
piSO'S REMEDY FOR CATARRH.—Best. Easiest to use.
■a cheapest. Relief is immediate. A cure is certain. For
Cold in the Head it has no equaL
CATARRH
■ It is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied
nostrils. Price, 60 c. Sold by druggists or sent by mail.
Address, K. T. Hazeltixk, Warren,
die* is sold under such trying conditions; no
ordinary remedy could sustain itself under
such a plan of sala , _ .
For all chronic or lingering Coughs, Wcak
Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Short
ness of Breath, Asthma, and kindred ail
ments, it is a most potent remedy. While it
cures these diseases it also cleanse* the blood.
vigoratos the liver, improves digestion, and
builds up both flesh and strength. Contains
no aloohol to inebriate, no sugar or syrup
sour or ferment in the stomach and inter
fere with digestion. It is a concentrated,
fluid, vegetable extract. Dree small and
plensant to taste. It stands alone in the field
of medicine, and is as peculiar in its won
derful curative effects as in Its composition.
Therefore, don't be fooled into taking
thing recommended as " just as good." Bear
, it's the only liver, Blood and Lung
Remedy possessed of such transeendeal
cutative properties as to warrant its manu
facturers in selling it under a printed cer
tificate of guarantee . which wrap* every
bottle. World's Dibpkxsahy Medical
Association. Proprietors, 663 Main Street,
Buffalo, N. Y.
la
to
warn 1
li'
VsçO.j
1888 .
Insure with a prompt , reliable old Ne
braska Insurance Co. t and thereby
aid in building up home insti
tutions .
THE KEHRASKA
Fire Insurance Co.,
(i
taftAUKA * Iona In«. Co.)
Omaha,
Offer« • You • J*ortoct • Indoamity »
Neb.,
Jll
t913,1X3.0 »
. 100 , 000 . 0 »
»0,544.6»
4/417.1»
- 118,360.1 »
Capita/, m m m
Unearned Premium Heeerve,
All Other LiabilUl**,
Mur plue to Pulley Holdere ,
Losses Paid 1839, • S 33,076.92
8lnce Organization,
149,083.99
No change need be made in old policies
owing to change of the company name. Da not
be deceived by competitors.
S. R. JOHNSON,
PrMldent.
M. J. BURNS,
Secretary end Manager.
U 8. WILLIAMS,
Vice-PranUo*
S-'n
%
cu
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cu
CT3
th
IP
ft
o
u
to
W.L. DOUGLAS
QlirIF AX0 92SHOK
O M V t FOB CENTLE.TIElf
And Other Advertised Specialties Are th*
Best in the World.
None genuine "V"* and P r -ce ars y timped oih
bottom. BOLD K'LHYV*HEHE. If Tour dealer will
■apply rou. »end postal for instructions how to
direct from the factory without extra chare«.
W. L DOUGLAS, Breeton. Ma.
■ •
MD
&1 A If Jon want jroor
aa Rw pension witho
llV c.ïfi'in^.hiSS
LNTEK, Attr., Wash«
of JOxEPU H.
int», n. o
F ICiuci IT iTjixoKaus,
IfcNalUn tVulhlngion, DA..
'Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
LsU> Princîp»l Examiner U. S. Pension Bureau.
S yrt in last war, 15 adjudicating claims, atty sinco
Explorations and Ad ventures ofsvi y ■ ry
We want a a Agent In «very town.a I MlVLuI
Extra term«. Freight prepaid. Write at once for eir*
culara, Ac. Empyreal F -b g House, SL Peui, Ulnn.
Should and maty knew how child beau-in*
WIVES
be effected without Pain or Danger.
Information sent mb led: A Woxpaarea
DR. J. H. DYE. Buffalos N. Y.
P ATCNTS AND PcHSiQKS,£M
Patrick O'Farrell, Att'y at Law.
Washington, D.C.
LJ f \ M |T 8TCDT. Book-keeping. Penmanship,
H IWI Cm Anthraetic. Shorthand, etc., tbor
eutrhlr taught bjr mail. J/iw rates. Circulars free.
BUY AMT'S COLLKG K, 4JI Alain 61 .. Buffalo. K. Y.
HAblt. The only rertsln
and < a«y «ure Dr. J. L»
6 iep:i«u». l.eban.o. Ohio.
OPIUM
ICITMTC"-*nT^. Famous Mlwouri Steam Was bat
A a En I Ooa trial. John Worth. 6l Louie, Mo,
ici Thriliircr and Complete Etories and Sorias, Be c k
I O I Form. 1 Oc. "Xxwa Co.," Ka»au, X. Y.
K. T. Hazeltixk, Warren,
^FREE
ttlest BOOK ever Printed.
ONE cent m
PACKET,
■HE and upwards according; to rarity,
WMF scarcity, or cosL Cheapest of any
" liyoz. * Tb. 1000000extras, Oalalo •
ffue free. K. H. Shumway Bockford Hl»
SEEDS
r
1890.
FOR SALE
spring of
M.OOO Ty!«r Rmipberry tips; hardy and proUuefcve^
11.00 per 100. U M per 1.000.
*0.000 Or«RC; later, large and prodnctlwe; 01.50 per
100, »8.00 per 1,000. Turner and Cuthbert best, rod,
•1.00 per 100, $8 00 per 1,000. Send in onlêrs early, aad
send for descriptive catalogne of the largest collection
of Palms, Draccnia* and other decorative plants in the
Also a large stock of green house and bedding plants,
hardy roses, shrubs and wines, sweet potatoes, cab
bage. cauliflower, tomato« plants at low down prices.
True bred poultry eggs for hatching. Black Cochin^.
01.00 for IS eggs; S. C. Brown Leghorn, $1.00 for IS
eggs; Plymouth Rock, 01.00 and 01.50 for IS egg«;
Pekin Duck, 01-50 for IS eggs; Tulouse deem, 01.S5 for
5 eggs. 15 for OS.00.
W. J. KESSER, Plattsmouth, Neb.
- 1890 .
FARM FOR SALE!
One of the best hill farms in Washington
county, Vermont Large Sugar Orchard,
2,000 trees; 800 acres, equally divided be
tween wood, pasture and cultivated lands.
Buildings cost »6,000. 14 thoroughb ed
Jersey cows, teams and other stock. Mod
ern tools, abundance of water at house and
barns the year round, Present owner too old
to longer manage the work. Price »7,000 If
sold within next two months; »4,000 cash,
balance at 6 per cent. Interest. Write for
further particulars to Alfred Joslln, Waits
fielÿ, Vermont
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
.
it
EPPS'S
* GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. ,
C OC O A
to
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
Is |Kis(UT«l7 tb«
g r«iU««i flUfiOT»
err ot th« «ire!
MICROBE KILLER
Bend two-oent sump for 1er«« circular with hun
dreds of Testimonials, and a Treat**« on the Oena
Theory of Dlsea*«. Drantata especially re*
est«4 to write n* fbr terms. If 700 mu
V
1
thU opportunity yo« will regret IL
the EADAM MIOBOBE KILLEB 00*.
bT. JO8KPH. MCA
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY»
KAVA FOURNIER.
FOR MEN ONI.Y. Over 30,000 c»»e. »oeaa*.
tullr i rolled tn the leading Faria hospital«.
0«od In dillr practice hr ill French phyilciini.
Medals and Diploma of Honor, Paria Kxpositions.
Acts with maxies! rapidity in irz^^tazzÜHl
absolutely those chronic case« which othar renie*
dies only relieve.
case«. Cure#
Full pack we remedies sent C.O.D., express pre
paid. 16.00. Ilnndsorae pamphlet free.
KtTii Fournier Affency, INK.KIth Mt.N.Y
and
of
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
H 14c J Cross Uiaiuoad Brand.
tl Tbs «sly reliabls
•k
for iuo Ula.
n*udtG^rd!^>~ »vW mouiljo Win. ml* J
with tl»e rlbboo. Tuke ■» other.
(«»othp«) lor par«ks«Urs mm<X **Relief ta»
Latliv*.** hi letter» by saall. >'•««« , a 7? r '
ChoBàUsl Ce., M«Ilsr« «« , *'hUada* i s*
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