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once I wch of spare, one yesr.flx
CJ-LersI JCoticn at I.al Ilale
arBusine Kuttres li News or Lacal Columns
SVAnnusl AJfertUris are allorcJ the rtricl.
OFFICIAL COUNTY DIHEOTORY.
V. H. Scholl. rill IIMrlrl.
4.asun Miller. SeeonJ DMtirt
OIf Forsee. Third llulricl.
Joseph Sarfent .
I. S. RsJ Ha-
J. U. Greelrr
K1 Wiitmsnn llcyutcrof leels
O I llsrailloa . .-. toualy burrcjor
Wro. Uifthop stieriitterHlentof I'ah'te shoots
!r. J II. Ilrojef - 'orner
Jonathan Wcavtr -.-Juice or rrolnle Court
Joso 11 jore (1e,i flUtnct Court
K. reterofia - - .ltcpre'ntaMTe
Tom Anderson -tate Senator
J. II. Frrscott. - luj.-e li.strlci Court
Oi'PlCIAlj CITY niKKUTOUr.
I) J. AJJLsai-
Flrt WarJ -Tajt..r Miller. i. A W Ilne.
croaJ aarJ UT.jliltjn. Frank Cot.lnow.
Third Uartl- IS t)icklnn.A.U Kole.
Fonrth WarJ II. Harms, C Mellit.
UM. TiUll- Manhxl
V. II. lU-lililT, Treasurer
V W. Tanks Clj AHorner
A. Itonili, , - -iVhcr JuJ;.
11 E. lUwrn,- Clerk
Wni. Clark son-
. - UadtTerect
-Chief of liro !-iiitiurnt
wi KBErs or caacn or Eit xti.
r.rtl ir.inl-J II (iilmtnanJT.J Ctoln;.
Srrd lUnl-J. V Cr'alef anj a KheiharJt.
TttrJ irJW. It. llanJers and M.M. Ililfxra.
IWfs 11V.J-T 1 .Jrrrart.l I. ll.tiibU.
AtUtM Terrfrp-J F . IlIiiRli.n anj J. V
1HS 1X1-SS CAKDS.
J. G. HOHLER,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
SIMM. K ..!.
Office In I'.10Sce ItlocV.
J. W. JENNEY,
c A.ND sminja:!.
Office In Jim rail I'Jock. Iron Aienur, rUlma,
aUnraa. risl ailentiua jirrn to dleeaaea 01
E. .R SWITZER, M. D.,
(GriMliiitlo mri'lll I'nUe-nllr, Xcin
OrFICE in Commercial Hlock oter Saner's
boot and shoe store. HnMence west end of
Notary Public nnd Conveyancer
Office i.ier hilrl.ra.1 A Seaman's Ilootstoie,
DR. R. E. NICKLES,
)ESTIT. nue(VIClllncsaprcIallr. Artl
Ccial Ireth u IVIlulmJ. UuUier Slul MrUllic
'Isles. Mtrous OsiJe (iaa adnilnisterTU for the
palnlen eatiactiu: of teeth.
Once In Kftlie lll.rk, (up stairs) Corner SauU.
Fe and Iron Aitnues.
D124T1ST. Particular attention frlten te the
pre nation of natural teeth.
Alt Work Wnrr.ntt-l nnal rhnnresi Km.
OSre In A. F. Shutr's luiUin;. ceil door to
Bash A Nias store, Mnli K lit not.
- S. C. SERVILLE.
TTOUSB." Sea, Fmeo tod Carriage Painter.
XI.' MajUiaittralnlnr and paper banrlnidone
with weatocat and ditiaich.
No. U Fifth street, Sallna Kansas.
WILNARTH & GILBERT,
Contractors & Builders
re prepared to undertake building of aarde
Tiption. Shop on Iron Avenue, fiitdior east o
. JJuIr AOO Flow Paclorr Sslma.
C. T. IIILT0N1S
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable,
sjsMlte reia Hsstisup, rtallas.
Horses Twarded hr the Jijr er month Good
urnout Trade solicited
B. P. CUAVKKS
IMNIFF I CWEKS.
Attorneys at Law
INSURANCE & LOAN AGENTS
iVbfie 6uf the matt JleliaMe Insurance
Omnpanie Rcjirttrntcd, and All
Loste paid al thi office.
Ootce la Journal block, Salina. '
WESfflIN STAR MILLS
Nortk alio or Iran artaa.
HAVUJq laUlr nade Urre UdlUesja to asst I
paallr lapifmd oar Stills, askls Um I
InsM sad most esjaplcte aCl pn-ertT S Um
swK.we are bow prrpansi to anppir tae trade
with oar celebrated
Wo slwaja attest! proaspUr l and caa do aaj
CASH Pll TOK.tlaUl-O
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Grand Closing Out Sak!
Litowich . Wolaieffer.
As wo must reduce our
Merchandise within the
next 6o days. We are
malting reductions in
Litowich & Wolsiefler.
SEWING HA HI PR
as a Prize to our
3 DRAWER SEWING MACHINE,
With all Attachments,
The winner can take his choice of the American, Queen,
white, New Home or Singer. For every $5.00 worth of
Goods you purchase for Gash entitles you to one chance in
Drawing to Come off March 1 5
Litowich & Wolsiefler.
You may talk about Boots
and Shoes. We are ahead
of them all, "both on prices
and quality. Also
carry a large stock of
Clothing, of the best make
and latest styles, and at
the lowest prices. Queens
ware a specialty.
Litowich & Wolsiefler.
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Litowich & Wolseiffer.
Come one, come all.
We are in the land and
intend oremiain here.
We carry the Largest
Stock of General Mer
chandise in town.
Litowich & Wol8ietTer.
numerous friends and
Litowich & Wolsietfer.
. We sell more Goods
than any one Store in
town at lower prices than
our competitors. We are
also agents for the follow
ing first-class Sewing
Machine r The Quean,
Home and Singer, which
we.selkJower than i the
lowest prices. Send for
samples amd prices.
Litowich ft Wolsiefler.
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aBe-" A.. I BB I I III SSSS) SSBBSBI ami
SALINA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883.
A MOTTO! to n-flQtfcBlt (b PRtblbl
iorjr aniB(Jtnent wa voted down in
the Hoaae, on Wrdursda. 51 ayn to
The HUte Senate, oa Thursday,
voted to Indefinitely postpone a reso
lution to appropriate 125,800 to rrlisve
the sufferers from the great flood in
the Ohio valley. v
Messrs. Vlvmb in the Senate and
Haskell, in the House have Introduc
ed bills providing for the establish
ment of a soldier's home at Fort 111
ley, Kansas, in accordance with the
memorial of the Kansas Legislature.
Srxate joint resolution No. 1, pro
posing amendment to section 5 of the
bill of rights of the contItntion of the
State of Kansas, to provide that three
fourths of a jury can return a verdict
in civil rases, was considered, and de
feated by a vote of 25 to 15 not receiv
ing the necessary two-thirds vote
The expense!! of the penitentiary
for January amounted to f 3,510 40.
,The earnings of the same institution
for the same time were: cash turned
into the state treasury, $7,493,71 ; value
of coal shipped to state Institution 12,
593.97; making a total of II0.O87.CS.
The excess of earnings over exendl
turcs was therefore $1,577.22.
ON last Thursday, about noon, one.
fourth of the second floor of the Santa
Fe avenue mills at Ilurllnitnie, gave
way and precipitated a large amount
of shelled corn ami milt.innchinery to
the first floor nnd through that to the
ground beneath. The mill is owned
and operated by J. &(. Chambers, and
has been overtaxed for some time
past One man narrowly escaped from
under the falling ilcbrli. The loss is
"Oath" umiounces that he woqld
not be surpriaed to see "a very big
boom for John A. Logan for presi
dent He is the Ltst of the positive
physical leaders with exiierieiice, and
his very roughnos pmkes him a freah
boulder to be polished by the glacier
of a campaign." Xo man is so xpu
Iar with theMildier element, (winch is
always enthiiiiiasticand aggresIve.Jits
Logan. He has enemies, but there Ik
no question that he in one of thestrong
men of the nation, nnd much suierior
to any man talked of in connection
with the Democratic nomination.
Senator LudAX'a army bill pro
vides that the number of cnliste I men
in the urmy,. including the engineers
battalion oto') men, hoipit.il stewards
and l.iHH Iiidinti neout, hall not ex
ceed 30,000 an increase of pay of pri
vate soldiers from $13 toSlG per month,
and noncommissioned ofllcm andi-uL-
alierns in proportion. It allows com
mlRsioncd oftlcers to employ privates
as Her van U, first obtaining their con
sent of the. commanding officer, and
providea that the pay of private in
such coses shall be deducted from the
pay of the officer.
OxEbyone the old war govcrnori
are passing away. Ed win D. Morgan
who atfthe beginning ofgreHtrcbell on
was governor of New York, died Feb
ruary 14. He was a man of great
wealth and Influence, and In 1S31 sec
onded the efforts of the rebellion giv
ernment to siippreu tin rebjllin-i,
with all his power. That he might
better render assistance, President
Lincoln conferred upon him the rank
of major general of volunteers. When
his term tot govcrner expired he w.ts
elected to the United Stale senate,
and in IS Jl Mr.LIncolu tendered him
the position of secretary, which he
declined. He was a ntnn of unswerv
ing Integrity: He was a nathc of
M:L-uiacliusetts born in ISM.
The report of the Jeannette Hoard
has lx.fli submitted to the Secretary
of the Navy, who approved it n-t a
whole, but returned It to the board for
a few verbal changes. There have
been nutde and the report uill proba
bly be transmitted to Congress us boou
as the, Secretary returns to the city.
Wliile the quertiun or continuing the
board until the return of the other
sun Ivors of the Jeanette from Siberia
has not been acted upon by the Secre
tary, it is pretty well understood that
the board will not Le discharged uutil
thefc men hare been examined in re
lation to the alleged DcLong-Collins
difficulty, which matter will theu be
made the subject of a supplemental
report. . .
The river and harbor Improvement
bill, as reported to the Hou-e by the
Committee on Commerce, pro'ioso to
appropriate $9,450,000 all told. Only
the larger rivers and more important
harbors are provided for. The craze
which awept over the country last
year against improving waterways
naturally made the committee timid,
sad It is by no means certain the
present bill will psss. If the railway
monopolists could have their way no
river appropriations, except those tor
the Mississippi aad Missouri, would
be Biade, and the Interior harbors
would be neglected, all UBder the
gala ef retrenchment and reform
But UtU short of thing will work it
self out sooner or later. In the mean
while the objects provided for in the
pesdiBg bill should aot surfer out of
aay feeling of petty spite and local
Tars Northern Facile railroad k to
be aaisbed next' autumn, and the At
laatl 4 Facile will also be .opened to
busies within a few BMeths. The
Setttaera Fadf c has recently aecared
the eoBBieUea of a through line to
New Orleans, while the Caaadiaa Pa
tleliae is making progress, aad will
aVepeaed from Lake .Superior, if aot
from Montreal, to the Padf e eeatt by
The Governor General took eo
te coagratalate the Dealalea
PaHlaaeat at IU oeealBg, oa Friday,
ever the rapid program ef tale
tleeaiBt. Adding la
tae whorter Baee f ataaetl er
awUdlag la Cssieraelo, Texas, Utab,
OTOflM, HsAraaka, Moataaa aad Da
kaaa, aaftJaer wMay the ekr PaeMe
maw, Uttswla mad ap an astewlsMag
ef railroad developmeat la taa
wMaa, aaJy.ia few year at
qrat.)lmailma Batcrt.'1 , Taer hi
aire "key d Um
BbsaslsSsa, I Laf)
Following are the names of those
who have registered :
Mai hiss, Josepli
Morrow. V F
Msjies, J II
Martin, C J
Myres, A O
Olson, M F
Anderson, A J
Clark, E V
Converse, N P
Davis, J II jr
Davis. R T
reiera, a u
Dollanskv. AntonPfeifer. Adam
Jiiiugtoii, J ease facaci, Anton
Fenncll, A J
GJbson, John H
PicleriBg. A C
Prince. C W
J loose, Geo
Spool, W W
Srott, W D
Swanson, A P
Stewart Geo W
Smith, Geo W
Shullz, A L
Servllle. S C
Gels. W R
Gardner, G K
Hlne, A H
Hunilin. I, H
iinrriMon, j w
Hciixk-y, IticliardSwatiHoii. C A
Hnriier, Hutler Sliinii, V A
Shields. J I)
Hussey, C I.
Hudson, G W
Huihon. T H G
Iiigraliam, K I)
JefiVies, II C
Thompson, S II
Tuttle, L M
Underwood C It
Van Tuwel. A F
Wadlelgh, Geo 11
Kubiljack. Joseph Williams, Sam
Klein. A K
Loekwond. D C
HWOXII MA III).
llNhoj), Win H Kent, Tiinmas
Kis-cl, A J
Kroft, J W
Lotier, 11 G
Lockwouil, P D
Ijoomid, J II
Slunilerbaclt. H O
Moore, Geo F
Mohler, J G
Mapes, S A
McClelland F W
Noiton, K It
Nunn, W W
Nickles, It 10
Ober, E W
Peek, 13 J
Pealer, B F
Peck, M K
Poatlewaitc. J M
Petercon, O W
Qulnby W P
Rhodes, J K
Reed Geo II
Ransom, A K
lKunttt, G W
liUhop, K L
lilshup, II H
ilrauitr, J A
Hanks. Geo K
Iirosdau, J A
(Jlallin. A M
(ravens. R P
Collin?, C P
XTa'lery, K F
ert,w!y.J W -Cabe,CS
Cummiiigs, J A
Douglas M I lo
Davis, T H
Davis. John G
Daniel, C II
Dov. J H
Divllbllas, J A
Dally, J W
Davis, II T
Deesery, II L
D.ivN, John 11
Divilbli, T U
Kariiuharwin. J G Rjyer Gisirge
Falconer, C I)
Faulkner, C 1'.
Southard, I C
Smith, F A
Sec, A N
ShillVrt, S II
Supple Oel F
Sweeney. W II
SiiiiiuiUH. It F
Schuec, F M
Sieving, John F
Terry, O A
Vanklrk, J M
White, Geo W
Wight, F L
Wellington, J D
Wllllaitis, H L
Williams, J R
Wagoner, C G
Groger J H
Grl.li.srt, J E
tillkesoii A D
f!( oil win Jiwlah
Gehharl. 1'. L.
reii, T 1
Harrison, J E
Hagler. W J
Hancock, It G
I loir Paul
ilollltqulst, A J
Hole, L II
Hlltnii C T
Jackson, O D
Jenuersoii, W D
JelTries, R K
Koapckc C J
Lynn. O W
Addison, D J
Adams, S W
Drown, F E
Berg, M D
Baker, H D
Beckett. G W
Berks, H W
Hartlett, W W
Bowman. W L
Baker. John 8
Briggt, M M
Bean, A L
Conrad, J DM
Camsbell. A M
Litowich, B A
Mitchell, J R
Mltehell. L C
Mitchell. A W
Maynard, F A
Main, D S
Morrison. A A
Martin, C S
McCall, R H
Mam, J A
Meeker, M II
MeComas, A C
Nelson, John A
Piekrell. F II
Palmer, B M
Pawera, D B
DsaMWv9lYf H. M
Oaiuaaaa, M D
gaaKh, J K
BaiwwVB,'OI A , ,
Champion, J M
Dickinson, A B
Davie, L A
Dodge. A L
J. .' !l !
OnalwaU. tf ' ,y
GeesiwM, A D
qaitifcers, C F
Oray, I H
Hale, C D
Hlne, A D
Houser; W F
Hamilton, F M
Stewart, A M
Bweethwid, H H
Sharp, E E
Thacher, W P
UBderweod J W
itagan, j D
HatTaTStraud. O W Watklna. Rlrharrl
nnsieu, jj u wemagioB, A
i. w - i" -...' "-
Hale. C L
Whitehead J B
Weinberg, H C
Wilson, H M
Williams T J
Wight, L O
Waldroa, F R
Wellslager, M J
Wlekham, A W
York, O II
Young. John A
Zehrlng, John A
Haskell, W C
Hageman, D H
Jenney, J W
JehBsou, W II
Johnson, J C
Jenkins, II II
Kirtland, C It
Kotbe, G C
Lavllt,"R A '
Allison, P II
Antrim, J A
Howeii. K K
Kilmer, F P
Kasner, Daniel II
K rouse. August
Lundgreii, C W
I.enudcr, J A
I.aulh, John. F
Low, Charles F
LnmlMirt, G'i 11
Myers, J C
MtCoiiiiell, R Is
Martin, II M
Moore, L D
Moaicr. D R
Hanks, C W
Heebc, A M
lirunger, Geo J
Brown, I, C
Uartlelt. R F
Bund, T I.
Hradiey, S D
Huckley. M J
Bloau, John F
Holr? K V
Hal ley, Henry
Carroll. N F
Conrad, C S
Cole, J II
Cunningham. 11 SOhutead,ld
Chapman, J R
Culp, E C
CarllK-rg. S M
DlckiiiMJii, T K
Davis, II ('
Da u in, John
Peverell. R A
Eastman. N I)
Ely, Joseph A
Fitr.utrick, T D
Frost. J W
Fleck, V C
Giblis, E II
Gels, John J
Grimes, A It
Graham. M M
IMerce, G II
I'olley. D O
Petersou S A
ItiiCKl' h. L L
Rlngqulst, P T
lt!lig-uist, S P
Ithodes. It F
Itoby, E II
Suyilam. J U
Scfioll, W 11
Hliereer. Chas W
Shutc, A F
Smith, John E
Seaton. F D
Smith, J II
Harltuan, Martin Shullz, Alex
Holcomh, O Seheilel, Adam
Hiitr, Junies Sweeilluml, Olof
Htiutsbarger, CliasSpItlcr, P
Homer, Isaac Saner. Geo F
Harms, Anton Steth,W
ItolmqvUt, Chts Sanfonl, P U
Schwartz, J N
Titus, R R
Tntlilll. W C
Townsend, J W
Wells J T
Wellington. T G
Wells. J W
Wilson, J A
Wallace, II R
Wellington, I W
Wiggins. A G
Whlttler, F L
Heudrieks. L D
Hultoii, G E
Haiiley, E K
Johnson, W II
The following I '.en is are from the
Liiidsliorg LiMitlht :
The wheat plant hi. pears to have
suffered Injury by tiie l.ttc severe
leather, but the rain that set In la.t
Tuesday u ill help It out.
Wheal is Hrlng in price, nnd our el
evators arc kept busy. There is a
large bulk of wheat In the country
uwuitlug more favorable prices.
Messrs. W. I,. Roseboom A Co., of
Chicago, have bought some 1210 tons
of broomcorn in Kanms this season,
tniylng therefor nn average of $84 per
The well-known hardware nnd lui
iilement Aim of Ilrlg(,s A Gebhart
have decided to go out of bunlues
here and nre closing out their large
stock of shelf-ware nt cost. This
change, we are informed, Is for the
purfxme of concentrating the capital
of this firm in the implement factory
at Salina, In which they are the prin
cipal stock holders. The branch store
here, under the management of Mr.
N. I. Nelson, has been a financial
success: equally creditable to Mr. Nel
son and satisfactory to the firm.
The following items arc from the
Rev. 8. P. Harrington has charge of
the Lutheran church at Bavaria, Sa
line county, proceeding to that place
by the early morning train and re
turning In the evening. This charge.
with his day school, keeps 111 in quite
Wabl Bros, are clearing away the
debris of the late conflagration from
their newly acquired lots on Broad
way aad will erect a fine building on
the ground at once.
The county treasurer's books show
that the sum of about IXl.OOOhae been
received by Treasurer Klrby for taxes,
during the four months he has been
in office- Collection for other county
funds make the total ram received
from all sources up to date aboutflOO.
OiO. County finances were never in a
more prosperous condition. The good
crops and fair price of last year have
enabled the tax-payer to settle with
the treasurer roere promptly than for
several years before.
The young man who attempted to
pass a forged check, signed with A. P.
Collins' name, at the Solomon Valley
Lank, last week, still remains in the
couulyjail. not being able to secure
uontw in i ne sum n e i,wv. nc gave
hla name a Whlttler, but -his real
name Is Shock ley. As stated last week
he has been working this winter for
Mr. Colllns.and finding a blank cheek
oa the eld Gel baak.orSallBa, tiled
It eat, signed bis employer's Basse
aad ftrearated It for eoUection. The
forgery bektg at eace detected. Shock
ley was immediately arrested. Hi
case wHI be oae ef the first disposed
of at laeeemiag term ef court.
Last Friday Deaay Guaa was oat
huaUag la eompaay with earn ef his
aejsraaar Bear tiepe. Alter we aaya
was aver taey were returaiag
i they sat dawn ea a beak te
Bom haw aakaewa te the ear-
sea pfwaaat tbegaa he was earryiai
weatew, tba'eatlr ebara tetiaa;
bklrblv tb kaee. The wa-aa
i a very aatarai aae, ana
i UawawUtea aTafeiyraj
alt aari af tba)
tae wbmt ataad K aaai
A atlat ' Bfrriac 1H
aawaer targe waaat
WtYCi wF ilCWvCNT-MmTEm.
I waa talking yesterday to a member
of Congress from Indiana, who said;
wife, who hi Mrtieitterly the admira
tion of the ladles, who love to see her
white hair. The women are all dvln
to nave taeir aair tarn wane, so
will not tali out, aad make them-resemble
Marie Aatotaette. Mrs Mc
DoaaM," coaUaaed this person, "is
beaatlfal. bat I think she knows 1L
MeDenaM ha tae old fellow, but he
has a-t had the best luck with his
children. Oae of hi boys takes the
law Into hb own bauds sometimes
Indeed, a good many of the sons of
Senators and members go astray.
There was Andrew Johnson's son
who had to be sent to the luuitlc asy
lum for drunkenness. Jim Nye's son
used to whip his wife ; aad he became
a bar-keeper la Washington.
Said 1 : "Mrs Hendricks must be
very much disgusted to see Mrs. Mc
Donald getting past her In the race for
the While House?"
"O, that lathe sore point." said my
friend. "I think U was that prod
which caused Hendricks to exclaim in
audible pain that he would not be
made an attachment to another man's
campaign for the Presidency. Mrs.
Hendricks Is a very ambitious woman.
and not having children, she has
thrown her heart Into seeing her hus
band reach the most eminent noaitlnn.
Indeed, If Hendricka had ever become
Presideut. he would have been very
much beloved by both parties. In
office he is more ofa man than
whn seeking it. All his errors have
been trying to make an office; but
after he gets in he dors very well.
His honesty noliodv lias questioned.
His nature is mild: he Is ehlvalrlc
toward his political opponent, nnd
after he has taken the oatli of office
his sense of duty seldom tuakts him
commit nu error. Unfortunately lie
trims when there Is an apparent proba
bill ty of Itlrt having a great chance,
and It Is this trimming and not the
core of the man that gets the crltirNui.
Hendricks was the only man in In
diana who was decorated with the
rago of Governor Morton. Morton
Instinctively saw capacity to acquit
himself well lit office In Hendricks
and when at one time It looked as If
nomination was going to drop to Hen
drlcks at the time Hays got it Mor
ton could not contain himself, but be
gan to make the wildest personal at
tacks on neudrieks. who was nettled
enough to respond In kind."
I have heard an Intimation in Wash
ington that Mrs. Pendleton Is also an
ambitious woman; but I suppose that
could bo said of the wife of any man
of talent who stood within the boreal
in fluencoof the Presidency. Mrs. IVu
dletou now has a beautiful home, nnd
her acquaintance with public society
extends over n period of probably a
third of a century. She was married
loGeorge Pendleton on the 1 of June.
1810. ami, if she was ut that time 18
years old, she would now be about "1.
I posses un old bonk which gives the
geneology of her family, aud she bears
a isrge number of their family names
in her own. Her full name is Mary
Alicia Lloyd Nevens Key. Iler
mother also had three prenamss.be lug
Mary Taylor Lloyd Kej. You may
like to have a little genealmrlail infor
mation on thUaublect. Edward Lloyd.
a Puritan, nod not it Cavalier, who
would not worship according to the
EstablNhcd Church of Virginia, was
driven out of that State, nnd h set
tled near Annapolis In the year 10V).
It Is quito probable that lie or bis fig
ure. I (n the battle near Annapolis to
put down Lord Baltimore's govern
ment and alter the character of col
ony from n Catholin to a Paritnn and
Presbyterian one, as that colony re
mained, with modifications, to the
Revolutionary Wor. Oorrenpomlcncc
Cautat hi a Bear Trap.
About a week ago a resident of An
tolue street, who has a flue wood-nlle
at the back of his lot, discovered that
some person was helping himself in
the most liberal manner. Instead of
loading a stick with powder, or of
posting hltuclf lo watch, he set a
large bear-trap, where he thought It
would do the must good. Nothing
came of it the first night, but soon
after midnight of the second n great
noise was beard at the wood-pile, and
the citizens roused out of iM-d to find
that he had a victim. It was a col
ored man apout forty years old, and
he was taking ou the In most energetic
manner. Nothing was said until the
jaws of the trap were sprung back ami
Ills leg pulled out. Then lie sat down
on a log and coolly observed :
"I reo'on you Is kinder citrus to
know how I cum lo be cotcheil In dat
"Has you hlnmlsaln'aiiy wood.'"
"About half a cord."
'Well, dat wood was token liy my
nex doali naybur, an' it went agin
Ids conscience so much dat he axed
me lo bring buck what he hadn't
burned. I toted It ober lieah on do
sled, an, was pilin' it back when dat
b'ur-truii Jumped for me and gin me
slch a shock dat I specks to tremble
for a hull week."
"Well, you ran go, but next time
you come you may rind a spring-gun
defending the wood-pile."
"Dar won't be no nex' time, salt."
"I think you'll find It cheaper to
buy your wood."
"Look dat way, soah looks 'sadly
dat way, thought I tiak I'll bole on
till I know whether you has de only
b'ar-trap la dla ward, or whether dar
am a short o' placque-craze an ebery
family am stockln' up to colch a nig
ger." Detroit tree Pre.
Keep Mi CHI VUur Carer.
Even bow. In some of the newer re
gions ef the West, the easiest way te
get rid efthe manure Is considered
the best. The English farmer have
long been oblldged to feed farm ani
mals largely for the fertilizers they,
yieni, ana ms Has proven mat cov
ered yards are the most' economical.
The covers are aot so expensive as
might be supposed at first thought.
BabstaBttal sheds, large eaeagh to ac
commodate a hundred head ef cattle,
may be built at a cost all the way from
1,000 to 1,590. according to locality
and price of labor aad lumber. The
roof may be made wltb tbree ridge
poles resting upon outside walk, and
two rows of pillar. There should be
ample provision for ventilation aad
the escape of the water falling apon
the roof. Tba original east will aot
be many dollar per bead, aad the la
tereat oa tbk will represent the yearly
cost. If this should be placed at two
dollars for each animal. It will be seen
that tbk aatlay te more tbaa repaid
by the lacreased value of the boaes-d
manure over that made la tba open
yard, aad exposed to the suu aad
dreachlag raias. The saviagof food
eoawqasat aaoa lb warm protection
of tba Miami baa beaa aafefally esti
mated te be at least one-tenth the
maele amoaat consumed. -In the sav
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