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Racine Manufacturer Agriculturist (Newspaper) - September 1, 1884, Racine, WisconsinCampaign Chart. 44 our country s Choice is the title of very pleating and attract he Chart issued by the Continental publishing co., 148 Monroe St., it mounted on ready to hang up and so rows nearly life size of cur candidates for president and vice president. The work is Well done and publishers offer Liberal terms to agents Selling it. St. Nicholas for september is an especially attractive number containing a Happy combination of those features which go to make up a successful Magazine. Among the stories Are one of Frank a Stockton s inimitable fanciful tales entitled u the Queen s with four of Bens Elps characteristic illustrations the first half of the Dalzell of Daisy. A fresh a and Breezy study of boy and girl Hie by e. Vinton Blake and Benny s an exceedingly amusing and naturally told Story by Mary Catherine Lee. Then there Are the month s install ments of the three serials Daisy s jewel Box and How she filled is the title of Louisa m. Alcott s Brian Boru the boy is the hero of e. S. Historic boys for september and Maurice Thompson take Marvin and his boy Hunters through some highly interesting along the Guli coast of Southern Florida and leaves them Fot a month in an exceedingly dangerous predicament. Truth is stranger than fic and the three natural history papers in this the Bird swordsmen of the and a Story of a tree will be found to Bear out the truth of the Maxim. The verse i abundant and Well most notable contributions being the Little Quaker sin a delightfully quaint poem by Lucy Lincoln Montgomery which opens the nun Jer the playmate by Mary Thacher Higgin son and the very original Floral which will Puzzle amuse and instruct the readers both Young and old of the Magazine. Charles Barnard contributes a comprehensive account of a new York Kitchen Garden in the form of a Story and George b. Bartlett tells of a new amusement for sum Mer nights or Winter evenings. Tween the Monitor and the me Mac by colonel John Taylor Wood the senior surviving officer of the latter vessel. Other prominent Confederate generals have engaged to Contri Bute and some of these contributions will be hardly less notable than those above mentioned. In several in stances briefer supplementary papers will chronicle special incidents or consider special phases of an engage ment. Personal reminiscences of Sev eral of the most prom meat military leaders now dead will also give variety to the scheme. The foregoing contributions will All be by general officers or in three or four ii stances by staff officers and will represent War As it appeared from head quarters. In conjunction with them vill appear from Lime a number of Bruner sketches entitled recollections of a reflecting with interesting and life like details the opera fences of the common sol Dierf of the time of enlistment to the Muster out the Drill the March the the skirmish the charge the Pursuit the Retreat Etc., Etc. Auxin Ary branches of the service will also is treated in this supplementary Way. The illustrations of the scheme will recede the most careful attention and n this particular it is thought that the series will possess an unequalled historical interest. The can Ury has at its disposal a very Large Quantity of maps and plans portraits of general officers of both sides authentic and draw Ings and especially photographs of scenes Battle Fields famous to Calit is Etc. A strict regard for accuracy will guide the preparation of the illustrations and where composition pictures Are desirable the details will be carefully studied from Eye wit Nesses and the Best records and where practicable from nature with the aim of avoiding so called fancy 3 Laving the Aid of such resources of in and Pencil the conductors of the Magazine fed a reasonable conf deice that this the most important and considerable Enterprise Ever undertaken by i 1 possess not oily a graphic and be Sonal interest Forth the co or As Well As the form of the great but also a historical value not easily to be calculated. The aim is to present not official reports but m less authoritative t Tough of necessity less minute in St Atey and tactics but laying More stress upon the human and heroic As of the great conflict. Battles and leaders of War. The civil under this title the Century will begin with the november number of present year and continue with out intermission if a series of separate papers the object of which to set Forth in Clear and graphic manner the life and spirit of the most important of modern Mili tary War for the Union. The main portion of the scheme will be papers of a popular character on the great engagements of the War by general officers High in command at the time either upon the if n Ion or the Confederate Side. In Many instances the contributor will be the officer of first command and in every i Wunce a participant in the engagements under consideration. For instance the Battles of Shiloh and Vicksburg will be described by general u. S. Grant who will con tribute four pipers to the series Gen eral Beauregard will write of the first Bull run general Mcclellen of of by Decorah Iowa sept. 16, 1584. J. I cose plow c0.t Racine at a sulky plow trial yesterday be tween your Jay Eye see and the Fly ing dutchman we beat the flying dutchman three straight heats and fold three plows after trial. Ship me one More Quick. J. J. Marsh. Ent Home for the fair o a conditions Only that the citizens in which City it should be established contributed a like amount. This woul 1 give a Start ing fund of Foi the Purchase of a Home for the state air. We Leam that the of Des Moines have subscribed the and secured the location at their City. This is undoubtedly the Best Point in the state for such in institution and we anticipate a vary Large and successful fair in Futon years at the capital City of Iowa. The 3ext Presl Lency. The chief interest which the Amer ican will have in the next presidency after that which concerts the person Al character of the candidates will lie in the treatment of the patronage of the executive. We believe that it is More generally perceived that the one fundamental Reform of in we Ich the judg ment of the country on any other question cannot be Arr Ved the thorough general and permanent divorce of politics and p patronage. This is the people s Reform and through it alone May they hop e to realize the aim of the Constitution by the re enfranchisement of to e Tury. The smithsonian institution will devote Square feet of floor space at the worlds exposition to animal resources an i the fisheries to the work of the United states fish commission. In connection with the fisheries. Collection and the exposition the work of the United states fish commission it is intended to show All the processes of hatching in actual operation with running water and. In As Many in stances As possible with the living eggs of the various species of fish in the actual process o hatching. The above Storla printed to Large Type who handsome coloured lithograph cover and Chro Iro frontispiece what number you wan sold by All new dealers or mailed to any Addren on 30 by 7 Ogil vis St co., up Tutki it 31 hts Yori. F. W. Devoe co new York. Frederick w. Be Voe pres Norham b. Coffin Seymour paints Are Cuney Secretary and treasurer. Makufactubeb8 and impose tabs of White Lead colors varnishes brushes Etc. Foundry facings foundry supplies plumbago and Black Lead. The foundry facings Supply manufacturers Kindel and Central aves. Cincinnati Ohio. A wonderful offer Worth for 30 cents. Ogilvie s popular Reading number four contains the following in Trot att Complete weft one of which would Cost in Bool form saved i by Emma s. South Worth come Emmma a by Emma s. Southworth Mamed Ako by to Nettha m. Clay my by a popular author somebody s by Charles Bej Julia Edwards Nikityn be aka by j. S. Ogilvie us of the above Storic by s Rugg in sea Kim a hh3bajhj." vey funny. By Clara Augusta. All of the e printed re with Nano iome coloured unto graph cover and Chromo frontispiece sold by new dealers. Of to any address on receipt of 30 in. Or. A. Of Latte co., 81 Latrett if tar the Racine furniture manufacturing co manufacturers of Ash and Maple chamber furniture open Whitewood washstand and cheap Ash and Maple Beds a specially established 1850. Julius steffe2sts, Treb Southern Faim 1 borers generally complain of Barb Vire fences As in convenient and uni comfortable to sit on while they Are quietly resting and waiting for the Hon to Call them to dinner. The my h prefer the old fashioned Virginia rail Fence. Newark varnishes and japans. Of Superior Quality. Railroad coach furniture trunk and agricultural implement varnishes. Baking japans. Self drying japans and liquid dryers a specially. Saiid for samples and prices. Address Julius Steffens. 84. D 90 Veseva St. Newark n. A year keeping bees new plan and i 1 Kidder Buckl Koton it. As you drive t cards Home toss the Wood you pass nto the Wagon. It is less trouble to ick it up than to Cut fuel after it is Iran to the door. Let the child n tether or Herd Stock in every possible where they can eat the w or grass. Flower seed baes in Stock Veges be show cards in Stock nurserymen s plates show Cardi in Stock catalogue in Stock Are the Only Home that Maltes Nur men s Flori u work a specs. Try. A bin Scheb lithographers. 336-340 n. St. Paul street., Rochester n. Y. Mention this Pajur .8 of sheep on cattle vary be p. In the cold water i want it improved f tatty of the Wool it Bright and Silky the clean entirely dip. Send Portare for prices to t. W. Claw Road Coutte Street Mil. If your late a i tires Are Likely to be scant sow Turr is Millett or Sweet Corn at once to be d to your Stock. To you want a Shotgun or. J a t a pm the Iowa state fair. In Many respects the most Success Ful state fair Ever held in Iowa was the last one closing at Des Moines on sept. 5th. The Halls and implement houses were never As full As this year but the Stock show was somewhat below the Standard. The association has paid this year in premiums. One thing we have noticed that we think is not Well for any fair association to lend it fief to and that is the fact that there is too much of the almighty Dollar in the minds of the management. In Many instances this amounts to penurious Ness that 4 Long Loans. Principal be repaid to Long a Inte Ert in kept up. It tonal it a Kiriti Tilv for inter tit. Honest poor or men of moderate Meaux can and o loan Etc. 1. Oabed Kab manager Palace building. Can can Natl Ohio. Weekly reports mailed free to an address on application. I1iocks when they Are to f. Prices Are Dow steady and having in up Vard tendency. Several mines Are n to have in enable Ore and a soon Asui covered will Advance the shares in Pike tiny Hundred per cent. Free information relative to them and weekly reports m filed free to Amy add Etta for we will i Worth of Stock Blueberry plants Blueberry a very profi Able fruit to grow Lor Market. It i adapted to All soils succeeds on High and and is perfectly Hardy. They Are will yield Joo Bushel per acre order Ordinary i am very anxious to introduce the Blueberry in All p arts of the country As Loon at and will Lead one dozen plants by mail for Only 6oc, or two dozen Fisi one Dollar. 100 by express Stah is Vest Serewa. Mich. Improved steam engines. Railway and Leve horsepower threshing machines Straw preserving threshers disc and Stet i Spring tooth har rows Eagle sulky horse kakes cultivators. Feed Mills feed steamers plow sulky and plows Hay dog Wheeler Melick co., Albany n. Y established 1830. Send Tor illustrated a h. Wallace go s newspaper advertising Agency Boom Monroe bt., Ctol Caso. inserted in All the leading agr Cul Tural papers in the u. S. And Canada for this paper. 15 26 50 100 it t t 75 100 160 300 660 u u ii it at Ujj Fnnnk and two watches per Mont i from a full serb Tkv two investment. We Send Sample of our goods fuse o All who will other and pay express charges on Square Box weighing less three pounds. Try it test Sample before you order any goods. It will Cost you Only what the express company charges for it profit profit join it Pitt i

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