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Agitator, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1886, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania r 'I. r THE DAILY SATURDAY JANUARY Slate Company. Monthly ef tnancgt and coniro i xTff cfw. ontf a end in fo payatl fi drairti in Tht Louisiana which may be prttenttd at oua- coun- J.H- OGLKSnV. Lanliti U. A. in 1SC3 fur S tnrefor WltH of JifW.UOO-to wbJcii s food of votft itfl franchise apart oC p A. v Lottery fccr rottd on Oftd k nfany Ji nivtr tttltS. v tike the icgs realarlr tiurt io-uadof gentofore. bcsrlanlas 1665. TO SECOND DRAWING. CLASS IN THE SEW Mocthly Dtftwlng. CAPITAL Tickets Five Each. in Llrtolfrieee- 1 CAPITAL PRIZE S PRIZES OP 5 10 90 u 100 aoo M MO 500 son 110 50 3UWO Prlxea. SOO Sp to Application fcr to cJuba wbcrold be tnade oniy to tbe officv of the Coapuy in fnrttHM Information writo j fnU or TotJc lo ordi- nary Ccrrttcy Dy ExpreM intna of Hew NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL SANK. New Winkle. VMW The They arc at it footsteps of tbo cold snap had not even crowd to be beard when a hovrlrossfromthft croakers that the peach buds winter wheat the beef catUQ on the western plains ilcftd witU tho cold. Don't you bolitvo them. Thb country fa so big and so fcrtiltt that trill never want No however no howcrcr no drouth however no to long was yet powerf ol to cmue a in hardly a scarcity. lUmvmber and tbe croaken. Last year the poorest wheat year known in generation. The crop wmad to foil CeoerftUy. there ia tuffirient for us all and snrpltu to keep tho itoplo down to lower prices than like who have it to wlL Crope can't fall all orer tbii country. It U claimed that the pretty in the pictnre can be built for IVrbaps it but it will be well to a careful estimate before beginning Kren if it costs plan is an excellent ncd thar is cot exorbitant-sum to par for a comfortable ani home lor COTtAOK. The cellar extends not tioder all the bat tinder Uie silting dining room kitchen- By looking at the first floor plan in Kg. 2 yon will see that chimney atrret for tta dining room and and the rooms above these. FiropLaw in Alio ono flight of stairs answers the par- pose. Tbo stairway tip from the front hall ia the taoal manner to a landing. Another staircase in tne dining room leads up to this A door through the wall gives ooe flight to ins next floor. tbe If not qdto all ATHLOPHOBOt for AthtophOTOfc OF SICK csrel tbe DR. LESLIE'S Tbis TbOTPeafleot rhs-c ibrir FIOL The pba it parUcnUrfj auisber or And bar win- dows it Wben 700 plmn a soatiiesrtani expasm-e fcff- rocm in to pot A bij wiadaw for Tberwitt trinf slice of toto ygcr oew braaei Inlbeplan btfareus there ATO bay windows m tbe I fttec. ijxtai for of HEADACHE SPECIAL 4WVBKBUJ JT-V POSITIVELY 1709 PRESCRIPTION for fllttlM CURED H. A. Druggist and Apothecary. IOWi NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN better to fnr pos- wbole boct ol around m bonam. Thrj look 4-Td our wood A ptfS of jonr ardrittcturaBr tif to loot tbnicttdbm. -wffl ira Tiff SI. ft UiU of tbn ftaracf lii months of tbo tbe MUQU has been full average of productiYenvsa. H firat in fh'o past to Rive an yield of after a previous period of sit yedn of twenty-six buriiels or more per fccre. Toe present rate exceeds the uTerngo abOTit half bushel per acre allied to cora in its anti gov- erned in price more or Jess by the supp'y of also mode a high record in the soa- son's reports ot showing the larp- cat area and greater- roloxue of production ercr recordtjdL Barley is a swdiom crop mod buckwheat above averww. has suffered -worse from Trinter kllHag tbmn in any former of crop reporting Jn this The winter of 1S30-S1 only loiS and of 1873-74 was necrlj as bad. On the basis of the area scfcdmd yield was only 9.2 on the area deducting abandoned and replanted which were larger than ever befom the yield awsrfcgfts 10.4 per acre. Tha bot material in the northern belt tho highest latitude in whEch Trinter wheat is less than and a oae of the btst recorded. surface covered with a blanket of snow until into April There oras some protection in northern and comparatively good crop on PL limited ftrea. The loss in Z York was also and not- rery In with somo areas of greater damage. The central belt ihlrty-sSi and forty degrees of lati- tude received the full effect of ths winter's tevcrstv. The south ia nsualEy exempt from injury hy Triotcr but not entirely the post SCSSOEL The iigna of injory in wcro era in the extreme Cotton premised a large on an in- and has mide neariy a medium in sggregata volume exreetted and approached some- what nearly oaly by that of 1SSO. Other crops haro enjoyed with some ex- nolatly tbe potato which was injured severely by rqt in tho port of Altogether production been more than tmpta for domestic in ercry thing except tbe products which are always as riee and tub-tropical fruits If and bother yon on a or all head tbe one PiiJ and tbe other Taken Saturday nipht tnw- scribe all tho weekTs items in the cash boot on to the proper accounts in what I shall call the ledger. lliiswiU be a bat narrow as yon will fled it easier to the two sjdea ot sccoimts oa opposite pages. Itaibte entry booVkoepiuff will prore too tbe ledger joa will want to keep a number of tho two of the moct importance to be headed and Let fartn accoans- be first of and thirty or forty fur- ther along begin family account On the Carm account credit the farm with cmry- thingit on the debit it with everything paid out for it This account will many items not on the mh as labor in the repairs to 4tc.t crediu cf poultryt for of wheat f or of produce coa- mned bj tbe familj. thfct Bloom In York little to do with the menu for an all the loxxirief of Kunmer can now be had and at a moderate prica. For flower and cherry ara easily to be Cherry fttean loaded irith floverv are produced by cuUiny the bracdi aad placing them in bottles of for a tew wcets. The market for fancy now Florida at halt pedb. at plant W cents cuctunben rhrUwtrb a 5 cents a bnd. ndishct S a and striae beans tl a half peck. Of we bot and owices of av a bfrl yjojlnr con- cocoa f ran not oT OH uiv feet KATBI cfpecxallj are to tttTvl too alter with mad tO allowing bonej to in frooi of the uisraU. bat it b of the mort pro- cradud qr be dpaaed at and aad tbe U to fftMd ia ibnr din turf any tecCfr dan for wtAi to dr. U to rtaatn among o kocrte an faocr U being oa for S YOUNG CHILDREN. if fb to Cima chlHl fado VrgtUbJe Com It RADWAY'S READY RELIEF the world. and fchea- JDlpb- U wu the Ant aadi- the only PAIN REMEDY That Inauntly rtopa the aoiL jxtmcUUnjz Inflammation Cun Bo we or In From One to Twenty the the or vrlth Hadway's Ready Belief WILL AFFOKD or KitacYB Inflam- mation of of the ef SoreThrtntfD fflcnlt Breath- Palpitation of the Hja- terkftj Toolbar in Bade or Brni- Cold CMllfu and Ane The application of READY HSLSEK to difficulty or pAice will ftficrd COM tomf Bowel Thirty to eiitr iahilf atumbler of wtter Witt la few cere Soar BtATtbunu blJc Wind In the BttwoiOi hid In- It Hlcfely Iv of BAD WAT'S KEADY BELIEF la the to2M. will prore on til ocdtkma cf ptla or There IB world mat will oru- tfie of flimae wqulck M the Bellftl a or e Per- Cholera. Scarlet Fntnraonla. otber AY'S RELIEF If taken ai protfct tbe eia meilnji it- wtth qoicXly A few should MALARIA In Its Various AKD A4UE cared BttaCai wortdOMtwlll ACVf Radway's Ready Relief JP1FTY CENTS per BOTTLE. BOLD BY ALL DBUQQI8TO DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent Great Blood tbe brcftn-dcm skin ud to alt A B005 FOR ALL LADIES plAplj ootaptexknft or rrcpitons of tto r tin- Black 5pcOi Skin of may rrlj tti-on mtttfft to opoa tM Qftem. Dr. Radway's SABSAPABILLIAN RESOLVENT of ttf cxtaordl- ol rr thwt w-tifl H -iff JH' IVMi IrVhic Besolreot UJfL Scflfl'by AH DR. RADWAY'S Regulating Pills. JENS J fc H e o 8 232 WEST THIRD 09 S tt IOWA. W- H- WODJIB. ASDEJtW j. MILES GENERAL INSURANCE Ko. 112 Second rtptMant Iwgtat lint f old md Ml In the record lot prompt ind c be MASON'S PATENT Runner Attachment Nett and Fitted to Any. for Prices and __ complete with rmraen ------ALSO A FULL LINE MASON'S CARRIAGE ROBERT BICKELS. R. PBE8TOH. J.R.KUTTIKO PRESTON CO Deslert In Tinners' Etc. for Glidden BABB WIRE and Fahnestock White Lead. WHOLESALE 119 and 121 West Third Street. Retail and Hill Furnishing Store 226 West Second Street DAYKNPOBr IOWA. Lace Curtains. A. J. SMITH 112 and 114 East Second Street. 80BEJHES BELLAXT'S alingSviMri OIHTMEHT. It for tht USB Uicxunv nt aftd BLOOD TlBlHS. BELLAMY'S Bleed Tablets AW CaUnrtic thai vUl 'Wormt SICK HEADACHE wffl TABLETS la ft. T. DYSPEPSIA. -BR. unnrs IK- FEAD IID IfiDL Mr S- W 7T Cram TILt 3U ADOLPH A3ID RETAIL---- 1 AKTIST MATERIAJ-S Wort Toilet b
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