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The annoyance occasioned, by the
continual crying of the baby, at once
yjeases when the cause is (as it should
:be) promptly removed by using Dr.
-Ball's Haby Syrup. Price 25 cents per
Hewks is false is the resent duty
breaks a thread in the loom, nnd will
see the effect when UtevrcaVing -of "
lifetime is Hiintvelesl.
The Presiuenrial Choiss
Is not more itt.-portaut than tho choice
of a fat-.ily uiudieiue. The peopli of
tlie wast arc adopting fcrown's Liver
Pills, bcraaieof thvir great efficiency in
relching biliousness and ginng tona to
the stomach and liver. For sale by
King & Proud T. S. Hinde "Shtlpson &
-Msir & Ed -Vnibal, Big-.low J. West
trof. Tyndrfll thus concluded an ntJ
drtss to the Ettldcirts of the Lsndon Uni
"Take care 01 j'dtir health. Imagine
Hercules as oarsman in 'a. rotten boat ;
what can he do there but, Iry "the .Very
'force of his stroke expedite tin nufi'of
his craft. Take care of the timbers -or
Could have cinovcd catlnjr for the
forty days, as well as fasttsg, if he had
only used Brown's Extract of Black
berry and Ginger; tlie utlebrated west
rn remedy for i'iarrhoea, Hysahtcry,
and Chukra Morbus.
For sale by all Druggists.
Tie Miserable Man
"Can how er.t anil be happy. By insing
-Brown's Pepsin' Tonic, he gets the -active
principles of digestion and isreliev
"edatoncc. For sale everywhere.
Wo aro limiting xp pictures everyday
about tlie chasiber walls of our hearts
that vro shall have to look it whenxvn
sit in the shadow.
Mound City Academy 1
HOUND CITY, 210.
Win open Moniar, Si;itemh:r Sth. 1SS0.
Jn-slravJeu siren in ail Esglbli branches and
-L,.ittn and Greek.
Tuition j52.uo pr month. For further parttcir-
Urs, addrca the frtnclnal.
"KV. lJCXCAN BKOWW.
Frazer & McDonald
fOUEST CITY MISSOUni,
TltANSAlTS a general liauklnc ltuslntsis
Sella Mtchause on the chief cili- r the
I till Kiti-iniiii Enmiie. Allows Interest ell
dtp jsitx when lclt a specIDed time, Collections
mrlte careful attention.
B. U. KJ.AZEiT, 1). McDOXAU.
HflXrOOMEKT & ROECKEB,
ba;tkeks and buokebs
tnauVowj-.nuv Notes, Iraw Ums on aV
friciMl cities and CMIeclUtts prumptly Made.
rajTaxrstir non-resident : Loans tu'eotiated
on real rtat. aiwl lrntniiitx made w favora
ble term. Intervst rflo-t on Vfcno Dc-mkIUs.
A. COS UN. M. D. ; C.A. FlKOEXBAClZ.A.M'H.ll.
Goslin & Ficgenbaum,
riirslcuxs and sckweoxs,
OFFICE One door south of Ilnnfe, up-stalrs.
? jr. t. THA-rcnCR, sr. "-.
nOAIOJOPATHIST AKI) SUKGEOX,
OFFf'"K. Atr.-tidn:ici. twi Jin -tr"-i
CT. -A.-'--ves'3 Store; formerly . 2ldcnc of
21 ORRIS OX A CUMMINS,
KEALESTATE.LOAN & IXSUAAXCE
Impmved Faniw from twelvr-cnd-n-hnlf to
Ifl'ty (loilars per acrv. Ixinn Money on the most
favoralile terras. Abstractor titles funibhetL
'XaxoR paid for Win-nsJdcnU. Kepresent tlie
Onlfuentnl of X. Y., Aracrlcnn Ccn
ralorst. I.ouU. Phoenix of Ilnrtfor
Aud German Amerlenn
1 nmrauee Companies. Office over A. J. Castle
& Go's Store, ort)i side I'ulilir Square,
Attorney at Iisilr,
"Will practtrs In all the courts of Jllsscuri.
tal Kstate business and Oillictions prompt
tr attended to. Office west side ul l'ubllc
r j. ki:i.i-o-g,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
"Will yraetlee lnall the courts of UoS, a4 ad
ATTO.nXIY. A w ,
Will practice In all "-iSf"1 1
r rnra nnd Nebraska. .ftjyuite busluess, and
Collections pronitly &WcR'i to-
il a rr.rrEit. c a aikkx,
PEPPER & AIKEN,
Attorneys at Iisiav,
WOUND CITV, MO.
OFriCK..OrerCorsaut & Mey:r's store.
A. H. JAMISON,
Attorney at Lav,
Seal Estate.,' Insurance aad Collect
lOUXD CITY. MISSOURI.
"Will practice In all thi coitrts at tiortKwcrt
ATTOBXEr AT LAAV,
"Will JTaetice In all Courts. Iteal Estato isl
ocas zsi Collections yroinjdly attended to.
The St. Souis Mataziae,
Tt'ow In Its Itih 5ir. Is the most complete, or!s
luaU and jeatlnc Illustrated Maeaxlne for Us
rirlce we kiioo- oL It contains, c vtW;ontli. an
llustrated Ctty.aAmfujiely IIIustriRcd fasklou
article, a'jierialorTlitllllnKWlerAt, short rto
ries,. poetry, atl a fen- pares denited to timely
uMcrts. On r.dpt of 2 three cnt stamps the
pnbltslicr kU f-nl a sample ropy to any Fost--ofllee.
Address, St. Louis Magazine, 213
2i. Kishth Mr., U lmut.4ia. We will s;nd the
HC Iiuis Maazlde and our paper o&e ye.-.r for
t2.U. Address The Sk.vti.n Jet, Oreson, Mo.
Mil mil FACTS.
Kierclvs your JndKnirnt. A newer and bet
ter philosophy, To pull down all absard and
intlnnatcd JictJens of diseases, and Its cures,
mid is establish a rational system on the ruins,
lias been ibe chief endeavor of Dr. llollo
vrav tlimiiEh lif. Hence the origin of bis cele
brated Fills and Ointment remedies within the
keeping of common sense. bvcaue subservient
in nature, rather than at varlence wltk
lier laws, like thosa In RciionU nie. To th
stomach Ve trace dyspepsia, headache nn4
jrencril fleMlityj 1 th liver Wle. jaundice
and yellow fever; to tlie bowles, diarlioea, dvs
tentary. eonstlpatlnn, piles aid festula: to the
lungs, consumption, etc. ; to the blond, scrofu
la, scurvev and all itan?o-As eruptions. Ily
krepins these nritans and vital fluid pure and
licalthy we may safely defy thi attacks of ills,
oase. and tiomedlcine yet prepared for Ibis
purpose can frnttal the action of these nils and
Ointment, as they dive to the seat of the dlvjr
ilr. and eslerpallnc Its caus2,destroy its elTect,
Important Cacliox. None are genuine
tlulr&s the denature, of J. HAYDocK. :u ngenl
for the United Htatrs. surrounds each lmi of
ITills and Olntirent, ISoxes at St centr, Ct ceuLs
nni l eacL t.ld liv dnigelvts evrryirbrHs
ryTbero eoajMrraUie savtnc by takttrf
The fime was
ut it is no more, as the Old ltuart now leads all
others. Ameileans like grit. Tlicre l no
KalLSajIUEthisfdit. Wtnesi the popular f
vor that has been accursed the Baltimore and
Ohio since It threw ilown the gaantp't to the
other lines. It meant txactly what was said at
the start, an '.although the other lines put on
and withdrew fist trains, the old road Is still
in j u in m It l,t V:iir wlini it started 11'.
f.-st train contest. Meantime tlie world lias
Cne very easy with it. Friin an ord mar' ag
gregate of business its Volume of trade has
grown to exceedingly pratlfylrg proportions.
Itegular trains lutwosectlovs have Weine no
ordinary tMrjr. and loarbes tilled with passen
gers Insteadof each passenger having fmn: four
to six seats to hi:self. Is the sort of jublic en
dorsement that caunts. IiiiproVeaicnts is plain
ly vWbly everywhere o"n the line. Tlie dining
halls In their new furidshings, new atnt and
the like, are bright and lnil"ing. tSrafton.Cuni
berland Garrett. Newark and other eating sta
tlons on t!e line are growiifg ttoteil as places or
superior sxeellcnee and they are. getting better
and getter. The replacing of so mich of the
rail "with MeI and the Introduction of the pst
ent coupler have gi tally added to the comfort :
of travellers, and the "tall" runlfing maV- by
the llgltnhig trains is something to remenmer.
So tafefully Is ths track guanled and so com
plete the signal system that thi hlglic rate of
speed Is attended no danger wohatevcr.
T,.,iu.i tlia innilr vim-erof the Italtlmorc and
Ohio Is such as to require but little more than
ordinary effort to accomplish f.vt time. A few
weeks ago an onglne on the road t made the
run of SS miles In as minutes and tits with mere
ly the every day 'preparations. An Improve
ment which Is meeting with great favor Is the
tranter of the Sew York trans of the road
across the bay at Baltimore by the monster
steamer Canton. "This obviates enftrily the old
transr-r through the streets as well as the long,
dark ride through the tunnel und;r the city.
Whereas, bv I)f d of Trust dated the STth
day of March, 1675, and recur, sil In the
Keconler's orflcc of, Holt county,
Missouri, In .ook . at Fage M. .Wil
liam Ashworth couveyed to A. T. Uiraw
as trusts. the following uescrlbed
real esUrte. Iring end b'?g In tin cofluty of
Holt anil Statu of Mlssuuri. to-wlt :
The 13th undivided part of the -.outhcast of
section 4. ant th -.a:t half of the soutVwast of
rilon in ami tli Ktmtbeast southeast of r;tlou
3, all IntortuslilpEO.rangesT.
wincu sam conveyance wa mauc iu run
the payment of a certain promissory nott thjre
in .Wi-rUim! :mJ ttli.ir. default ha: been
nmde in the pavuient of Kild into : and where
st I jirai: Vf-ruei m att as such tiHtec ;s
aforesaid : and' whtYeas It Is provided In said
OeeJ of Trust tiit In case of hls absence. i' Uli i
retusai to aer. or uiaoiiux m :mv isu ,n ,m-1
trustee. th then acting shrmi in nou rrairiy.
Mo., at the r ;ucst of the '-gal In blur
of saU note uiav prueecd to soil Hie
preiicrtv herein before dciribed. Sow there
fore, at the request of the legal holder of said
note and In compliance with the provisions of
snbl Deed of Trust, notlct 1; hcsl'jy glvan that
I will on
TUESDAY. SEFTKMDEK lf.h.'.cro.
oiler for sal for cts-h to the h!;V'.t bidder,?!
hoe Court IImis dotr In the e!tv of Oregon.
Sateor Missouri, between the hours of nine
wwt In tin. fnren-.'nn rttirt five o'clock 111 the
tftemoon of that day.alltjic right, title, intei.- j
est a-id clalci of the s.-ld m. Ashwortj. oUbJ
and l tlie anvr escnox nni esiaie. i r
purpose of pn-lnsalsl note and the cost.- and
expense, af this IrusU , . n FKAyE
Sheriff of Holt Cnuutv.
SoUte Is htreby given tliat lttters te-Jamen-tsryof
admlidstratloa on the estate of .I.inn.
Curtis. Sr., deeciscd. wer" granttd thi under
signed en the 12th day of July, lsto, by the Fro
bate Court of Holt comity. Mo. ,
t All persons having el.ilnn against said estate
are required to exhibit them for illowanc; to
the Excutor. wit .in one year of the date of said
letter, or thev may b? pre.-Iuded from any ben
efit of said r.tatc : and if such claims be not
exhibited within t:.-n years fi-ai the date of
said letters thsy will be forsTcr hJarI,I;T,s
72 " Executor.
Xolleels V.rsbv given that the Jwrtncrshlp
existing bet ccn 11. E. Denny and C 1). Cox
ws d!.-olved liv innln.l consent on .Inly 27th
lt0 i D. Cox TeliTing. Tlie tiKtlni-M lirr.-af-ter
will be covdueted by'H. E. Dennv. who as
smncs all the rcsiwnsIbllltUs of the firm.
H. l- densy.
ss a i). cox.
Sealed Rids will be rccclvwl by the undrr
vlgune l at th . County Clerk's ofSn up to noon,
Saturday, Septirn'icr 1th, 1880, for making Dil
on the public Jfoad near Adam Kung-:'i resld
dence. lhree miles eret of Oregon. lllddrrswill
state, sprite jk yant and price, for entire w. rk.
W. A. MCKOY.
'i ad and l'.iiclje Com'r.
Bi W M Morris, Dept.
Scaleil bids will be received until 11 o'clock
noon. September 7th. If ft), at tlie office of the
Itoad and liridie Commissioner of Andrew
county. Savannahi Mo for hulldli'T !"' stone
piers or abutments for a bridge across Sodaway
river, three inllfs above mouth of stream be
twien Holt and Andrew counties. Flans and
siieeiflcatlois given on day of l.'ting. Stnna
can be hail wilhln one-half mile of brl!fc For
further Info'-iatlen enquire of A. 3. Drshaio,
Savanuah. M .. or Y. M. MOUKIS,
I)JpL llnul uSkl Tlrldgo (ii.im'.xloiier.
Mouxm CITY, Mo.
Up stein, over Schulte Bros. Storo.
Dealers in all Iiinds of
Have now In Steck the following machines :
MATIQNAL. Etc,, Etc.
"Wo keep on hand tho attachment
for coery kind of sewing machines
alsv, il, needles, etc.
Wc repair nil kinds of sewing ma
chines in the best ininncr atul guaran
tee satisfaction. Charges reasonable,
ffirec us a call.
flfiFNT? I"or the lUnstratea.IJfo
I O nnd Adventures of
wanted m ai Jessie Jamis.
the noted Western Outlaws, whoso ca
reer of bold and reckless daring for 18
yer ii without parallel in history.
For so long a period haflliugthc efliccr.s
of thu law and the shrewdest detective
force in America, with a reward of
87.1,000 for their npprehcnsion.dcad or
alive, and still nt Hrjre, thev are thu
wonder of our civilization, lion. J. A.
Dueus of the St. Louis l'rcss, nnd ex
Member of the Missouri Legislature, in
two years of hnrd la hor procuied the
facts and prepared a book more thrill
ing than romance, but reliable nnd au
thentic in every deU.il. Tho demand
for it is immense. Agents sell .'100 to
:00 in a county. For terms and full
description wito to
N. 1). THOMPSON & CO., Pubs ,
St. Louis, Mo.
f LatiRii when you can." It is n cheap
medicine. Merriment is a philosophy
not well understood; It is the tunny
tddo of existence.
Apriciiltnrnl axiom: Uich fciI is ro
rjireii to r.iie u mortgage.
A Dog ana His Uolngs.
Ie was a pure Newfoundland, witli
a nice broad head and beautiful light
brown eyes, and such a sweet expres
sion at tlie eorners of his mouth you
would be sure to-think ho was smiling.
t A more affectionate heart iterer beat
i than that beneath the shaggy breast of
our uog Uusier. We trained him to
hold tho halter in his mouth and lead
the horses away, and ho was very proud
to be allowed this honor, and would
Wag his big, bushy tail in a satisfied
traY, and hold his head high in order to
look as dignified as possible, I suppose.
His tricks and accomplishments were
many. He could carry two eggs in his
huge mouth at once, and never break
ttne. Ho could turn a knob as well as
any one, and on entering a room would
always turn around and put his paw on
the door to close it. If this failed ho
would jump upon the door, taking care
not to scratch with his nails. He was
more intelligent than many men I have
seen, and if any one sat down in the
house without dolling his hat Custer
would steal stealthily up behind him and
pull it oil, then dropping it on the lloor
at the side of his chair, would walk
quiptly away and lie down, as one who
bad performed a duty.
We would wrap a'feiv pennies in a
paper and send him with it in his
mouth to a storo for candy, of which
he was very fond. He would never
give it to any but ono clerk, with
whom lrc was acquainted, and -.rauld
bring the candy homo untouched, but
after delivering it to us would stand
expectantly by, wagging his tail and
waiting for the stvtret mofsel ho knew
he was sure to get He Was fond of
milk, too, but wotitd isarry it faithfully
to our pet Iamb: and, though he would
;glancolongingly into tire pail occasion
ally, ho was nevor known to betray our
trust or steal ono sip cf tho coveted
We could send him to a VemOte part
t)f the house for any article, and ho
would bo sure to understand and bring
it to tts if Ire could find it, and hicn
rally found whatever he searclre&for.
I would says " Custer, bring my over
shoes from the hall." He would get up
land yawn, perhaps, and look up fit my
face with a dog-smile, as though he
said: "bn lazy girl, why did jou
disturb my pleasant dream?'' then turn
tno knoD of tne nail door, ana in a mo
ment return to tiro with botli rubbers
ia ttxt c&YctnOtrs TrcpUis of his great
I would say: "Bring me my thimble.
It is up stairs on tho window." Ho would
turn his grand, glossy lrcad first on one
side, then on the other, and look at me
in a puzzled way, as thottgh trying to fix
it upon his memory, then turn slowly
awav to do his errand. 'Sometimes on
the way ho would seern to forget, and I
come back to mo, looting very much
ashamed, dropping his wide-, curly ears,
and peering at me from the top of his
eyes. Then I would repeat my demand
and he would run friskily away again,
and come back with tho thimble hidden
in h'rs mouth Often he would tontalizo i
, r .1, , e . - .
mo piaymuy auu reiusu ui give ii, iuiuu,
shaking his head in a mischievous way
and keeping- just out of my reach, as I
ran toward him.
One day a friend came to visit its,
bringing her little poodle. Ho was a
mere pigmy -compared to oilr noble
Newfoundland. Oneblovvfrom hsgrc3t
fiaw would have utterly annihilated tho
iltlc follow. In playing around him as
ho lay on his rug, the poodle bit him
with fils sharp little teeth, upon his huge
Upper lip. Dear old Custer did not re
taliate at all, but as the impudent little
dog persisted in annoying him and biting
him, tho tears rolled down his dusky
face and a few sobs swelled up from his
broad breast, indications ot physical
pain, but he was altogether too gentle
manly to toneh one so unequal in sizo
with himself; when he would have
needed only to open his mouth once,
and close it, and tno little poodle would
have faocn among tho things that were.
How They Die on the Stage.
" That's what you're after," said G.
A. Graver, the courteous stage manager
of Havorly 's Brooklyn theater to a Star
reporter. " How do actora die on the
stage? In various ways, I should say;
from a great many causes, or from no
causes at all. In shooting scenes young
and inexperienced actors will fall before
you see the flash or hear the report of
tne pistol shot. To stand without
flinching while a pistol is aimed at you
is not very easy. In our early days we
fired cork balls at each other to over
come our nervousness. Shooting acci
dents aro numerous on the stage. I
need not remind you of the latest fatal
caso in Baltimore. Once we took six
musket from the property-room and
found six slogs in-overy one of them.
As to myself, I have suffered all man
ners of death, figuratively, in the past
twenty-five years. This is the first sea
son in that long period that I am not
acting. There were heavy pieces in
which L had to die every night for
woeks. I do not approve of Salvini's
death scenes, nor of the hospital at
mosphere on tho stago. Death from
corrosive poison is preceded by ex
cruciating pains. Are they a fit subject
for illustration? W. Goodall person
ated at Barnuin's Museum a drunkard
suffering from delirium tremens. He
was seized with spasms, and was car
ried off the stage, utterly exhausted
Ilis rtnre.entation of his celebrated
lnaracier ot -i.it ward Aluioieton, tne
rnrftikard, ' was too realistic and re
pulsive to tho audience.
" Consumption on the stage has not
spread much on this tide of the Atlantic.
Clara Morris has hr Deculiar contrh as
Lady of the Cimelia. Matilda Heron
surpassed tier in mat character, in
'Jack Sheppard- occurrs a scene
hero a clotu is thrown over a man's
ad and two rufiians club him to Ueath.
,e cloth was g.tling satuaratcd with
brod. The spectators objected to si
brltal an exhibition, and now the bind
geoms do their work off the stage. Of a
uozli men shot in a play, each ono will
J let fid die differently.
At tlie old Park Theatre, under Mrs.
Jonway's management, I swung from
be limi of a tree on the stago and ore-
ventedlhe commis-ion of a murder.
The viftiin in the picco had inveigled a
girl intSa mountain glen, where Tie had
alreadvllu'r a grave for her. I hear
ker cnJI for help while standing on tho
top of cliff twenty feet high, and grasp
ing the limb of a -tree 1 swing down,
rescue to girl, and, with a terrific
blow of the spade, kill the villain. At
tho rehearsal I discovered a defective
spot in the sapling, which was to cnablo
tueTescuer to niaKe his decpnt.
"I pointed out the weak part to tho car
penter, who entered into an argument
and claimed the hickory was strong
enough to hold an elephant. To put it
to a test, I ran up tho cliff and swung
down. Tho sapling did break at tho
point I had indicated, and I fell down,
but landed safely on my feet. Next timo
another sapling snapped, and Collin
Stuart broke his arm. Death by hang
ing is afrequent occurrence on tho stae.
I was led to tho gallows many times, for
instance, in tho Carpenter of llouon,1
and in ' Jessie Brown,' by Boucicault."
New York Sun.
Sheot-iron covered with gum of the
euphorbiacca, common and luxuriant
In tropical climates, was immersed In
Chatham, England, dockyard, where
everything rapidly beeomes foul, and
when taken out was found quite clean.
Tho gum is intensely bitter and poison
ous; hence marine animals avoid it.
1)es Moines, Iowa, lias a population
i of 'Ji.OW a g tin of 1-yWl ulucc ls7 .
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AKE WANTED IN EVERY CITY
ARE NOT REPRESENTED.
In tho United States Treasury.
Treasury buildino;. Next to the
White House. Place where money is
'made, but where yon don't leant to
make money. Fine granite structure
accessible by a muscular penance Of
many steps. Why so many Uights of
stain to public building. in an aire when
"clcva'tors elevate the race? Why now
render it imperative to climb up into a
building in order to get down-stairs?
Money all about here cheap as dirt bnt
only to tho "eye. Otherwise, touch not,
taste not, handle not. Under guidance
and close surreillanco am taken to the
Monetary Sanctum Fiuanciorium where
arc kept many millions for immediaU
use. I bow in the presence of mammon
Mammon in gold, mammon in silver,
mammon in paper, mammon in fctout
canras bags of dollars, mammon in 1,
S2, 85, S10, S100 and SI, 000 packages
of bills, which resemble packages of
tea. I am given to lift only to lift -a
thousand bags of dollars. I mean a
bag of a thousand silver dollars. A tax
on the muscular system. I am then
given to lift a S2.W0.000 package of
greenbacks in S1.000 bills. No tax at
all on the mnscnlar or any other system.
Balance of weight and clumsiness in
favor of the silver; balance of lightness
and convenience in favor of tho paper.
Ilence, I preferpaperin laine if there's
much of it. I laid the $2,000,000 of
greenbacks down and went away sor
rowing. Those bits of paper, which
for a few seconds I hail held in mj
hand, would secure me honor, consid
eration and position among men, des
pite crow's feet and a radically ugly
Shot up stairs to Treasury lop llooi
per elevator to bureau of money en
graving and printing. Very interestin'
and hot with a variety of mechanical
smells. Money smells a good deal while
it is beingmadc. Lots of women print
ing sheets Of money, cutting them and
counting them. Money being baked in
ovens to make it. dry and crUp. Rich
financial upper pits crust. Bewildering
series of complicated machines for
making money. Here is tho financial
stomach of the nation, where its life
blood of trade, commerce, dignity and
position is beinc prepared for circula
tion, and that of which the inordinate
love is the root of all evil turned out by
tho ton. Also, all manner of revenue
stamps. More women handling great
sheets of uncut bills with a rustling like
that of the withered leaves of autumn,
which, as Patrick Henry remarked,
"every gale from Wall street north
brings to our ear3." .Hero are the en
gravers making tho heads of old Presi
dents and politicians more beautiful
than ever were they in life, to adorn
money. Here are dyers up to their
elbows in green dyeing money, here
thejr arc at the employes' lunch counter
eating pound cake with moist, grecn
dyed lingers, and drinking coffee
from white cups, and leaving
upon them the impress of green
dyed thumbs. Here bo tho safes
where are kept the bank note
plates, a third of each scpar.it-- plate
in a separate safe, locked by a
separate ami individual lock ami key,
and each lock different from the others,
and the key kept by a different man,
and no one man allovcd access to the
other safes or granted to know even
the other's combination of lock, where
by uo one man cau steal a wholo bank
note plate. Eternal vigilcnce and pre
caution is hero. The price of safety
and enforced honesty in the United
States Treasury policy. Hero the nar
row passages aro now beset by swarms
of visitors, each swarm in charge of a
Treasury guide, each swarm counted
by watchful officials as they enter this
department on going in and counted
again on coming out, lest somo deceit
ful and desperately wicked human
heart might bo left to rummage about
among half-made money and bank note
plates. Hero the swarms of visitors
encounter and jostle each other, and
employes moist with green and black
dye squeeze through them, and the
guides are troubled to keep their re
spective swarnis from straying apart or
loitering by the way, and their respect
ive mechanical and monetary manufac
turing explanations gtit sometimes
much mixed up, and at all times dulled
to tho ear by tho hum and clank of
money making machinery and tho chat
ter of tba monoy makers' voices, who
gaze critically if not quizzically on the
visitors in retaliation for being them
Carried, then, down stairs to tho
Bond Hoom." Kept here millions on
millions of securities from our 2,100
National Banks, All inclosed in card
board boxes, and each box holding a
few sheets of paper. All these hun
dreds of millions of paper. Our mam
mon sectm a paper god, after all. You
may mold in gold and silver, but if
you want to carry your financial pen
ates around vou, you fall back on pa
per. Lady visitor in the bond room ex
patiated volubly on the benefits of
wealth and tho convenience of having
plonty of monoy. Popular subject.
Appropriate place the Treasury bond
vault for such lecture. Lady wanted
much money because sho " could do so
much good with it." It 1 what all of
us want it for ero wo get it. "To do
good with it." After we get it we lind
it is necessary to do much more good
to ourselves than wo previously imag
ined. Give a man 810,000 who before
never had at onco over 8100, and in
thrco months' lime he'll feel as poor a
ever, and ho longing for a million, just
"for tlie good he could do with it."
More monoy, more wants. Don't fool
yourseif thinking you want so much
money. Just to do good to others. Try
it with $100,000 to start with, and see if
the jcwelor's window does not glitter
with diamond possibilities unaspircd to
before. And the now house, tho car
riage and tho now tailor, the new mil
liner, the new mantua makor, tho tour
ing abroad and at home, now an abso
lute necessity, keep shaving down nar
rower and narrower that margin of
good wo were "going to do others,"
when 8100 seemed a small for
tune. At least Pve found it so sinco
our rich tinclu in California benevo
lently died and left us all the money he
had so laboriously raked and scraped
together. Prentice Mulford, in H. Y.
Tiiere has been some difficulty in
settling the preciso formalities to be
observed by tho new Prince of Bul
garia when appearing before tho Sul
tan at Constantinople, so as to mark
Lis vassalage while recognizing his
partial independence. This knotty
point has at last, it is announced, been
settled. Among other things, tho
question as to tho dress which the
Princo is to wear at llio Sultan's court
has proved difficult of solution. The
Sultan at first claimed that tho Princo
should wear tho Turkish uniform, as :
the hospodars of Moldavia and Wal- ,
lachia used to do in former limes. It
has, however, now beeti settled that ho
shall bo allowed to wear tho European
dress only tho Sultan insists that bo
shall wear a fez, and this point has
Excellent ColToo Uecipe. l)r. 1
Foole's Health Monthly nays: "Stir into
the gr' uiil coll'eo sufficient while of
egg to huiko a smooth paste; add the
proper quantities, by measure, of boil-
ing water, and let it boil gently for
twenty or thirty minutes. Mado thus,
it is exceedingly dear and transparent,
the coagulated albumen holding every
finest particle of solid matter."
Tub 'Craeker" inhabitants who
live on the (Julf :oast of Florida aro iu
tho day time aliiio-.t constantly ill th
water, llsliingund oy.Mcr catching, and 1
it is not uiiciuiinioir to seo barnacle
1 growing ou their legs.
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