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THEtTBPY HERA&D.f yySDyEgJL)AYt APRIL. J7, 1878
I JUtAUTlFQl. OKTM.
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WMH MHiMi DM HI
OVB AUWT EMMA.
My Aunt Emma has boon visiting w,
and she is the dearest, best auntie in tho
world. They Hvo in Nebraska, slio and
Uncle Tom. Wo .children had a splendid
timo while tlicy were here, there are ton
of( us cousins. Bob and Rilla Moore,
Minna, Harry and Birdio Dillon, Willie.
Johnny and lluth Layton, and baby and
me, baby has four teeth. Grandpa says
if Lis family increases in tho noxt ten
years like it has in tho last ten, wo trill
tako tho country. You sec Aunt Emma
has not been back for ten yean, and wo
till tried to mako her welcome.
Sho was at our houso during tho holi
davs. and Christmas all my aunts, uncles
and cousins camo to dinner. My 1 what
u timo it was. After dinner, ma put us
children in the sitting-room with Aunt
Enuna, and told Iter to entertain herself
tho best cho could while oho and the gills
cleared tho kitchen. It docs sound tu
i'unnv to hear lua call aunties sirls.
Well, wo told riddles awhile, and then
Minnie asked aunt to tell us a story,
" O, do, Baitl 1 ; "a truo one."
" A lovo story," said Itutli. (Ruth
is twclvo years old, and reads every
thing.) So auntio took the l$ rocking-chair,
wilh baby in her lap. ' I'm afraid tho
littlo ones won't keep still ; but I'll sco
if I cau't think ono up i'or you."
I garo Johnny tho blocks for him and
Billy to play with, and thu rest all sat as
still 03 mice.
" Well, onco upon a timo thero was a
man who had a witb and six littlo girls,
mi J when tho oldest wns thirteen awl the
voungest a littlo thing liko baby here,
the dear mother wns taken away to live
with tho angels. Tho peer littlo babe
was taken tick then, and day after day
for three long weeks it moaned its little
iifo away. I remember how we all cried
( there, children, I did not intend telling
you who the ftory was about, and father
took your Aunt Lidti in his arms and
.sobbed m hard that wo hushed in oiuane
ment. Your grandpa was so poor, too,
wo hadn't much to cat or wear, Mid Aunt
Cora and J, young aa wo were, had to
keep house. What a feio wo hud. I
diil tho cooking and Com would mako the
beds, sweep, and mi washdays wo both
pitched in. My nisters used to call me
Ma Kmuia, nnd I thought it founded bo
hwect. Your grandpa was gono all the
time except at meals niid at night he
would help mo milk. After u wliila wc
"ot used to this way of living, but we
often talked of tho cood old times whei
mother was living. 1 can remember wher
wo lived in the East, in a fino houso with
everything plenty, but grandpa failed ir.
buMiiesi j ou know. 1 was going to scrub
mu day utter wo had douo washing, tiud
had the water in tho old iron kettlo out
doors, for wj had no wash-boiler. "While
I was hanging up the clothe.'), Aunt Lida
mid lUuhio's mother were playing tag
just? as you children do. Poor Lida ran
to tome chips near tho kettle. I called
to her to coma away, she would get burnt,
tshu looked up to mo and bays " I isn't
duin' nulUn ma Eiiuna," nnd turnec
Xo run away right quick, for sho was
ulways good to mind, wfien 0 dear! slu
ntunibled against tho big ugly log uudci
tho kettle, tell, tho kettlo turned, und the
scalding tuds injured out on her dear little
back and ono of her feet. Such cric3.
children, von never heard. You think tc
get a littlo burn, it is u terriblo thing, but
just think how terrible to have such a
burn as hers was. Tor weeks kho was not
expected to live, but at last tho barn bcgai
to heal. Sho was so poor, nothing hut
skin nnd bono, and although sho Mas
nearly thrco years old, sho only weighed
eighteen pounds. Wo littlo thought sho
would mako tho hearty woman sho is. I
heard her say, yesterday, pho weighed a
hundred and 'forty; Sho was a long time
netting well ; on of her legs was stiff, and
iho did not get to walk good until sho was
eight years old. We sisters did every
king we could to plccso her. You must
nlwars bo kir.d to anv ono who is afflicted,
dears. Well, the years passed away, nnd
although tho rest ot ushauour misfortunes,
such as cuts and bruises, that was tho
only terrilile thing which happened. I
was to afraid father would wold, and
' blamo mo, but ho novcr said a word, only
" Never leavo tho kettlo full again. Emma.1'
Iluthiu ttbWed for a lovo story, didn't r.ho?
" Wo had to have a doctor for Lida, and
even after ho was not needed ho kept com-,
ing .Sabbath afternoon.-), to talk to your
grandpa. Ho went-t -Philadelphia to
' attend tomo Ucturcs, and wo saw nothing
'if him for several years. When ho camo
'back Con and I tvercjgrowa. Cera was
pretty m a pietwt, taM More iogsna
whispered tome ezpactod urn to me.
... . .
After that It waaa HW':
tmtuiA. nronarlnff for UM WrXKHIUr. i AftW
thor wen aurried aad eettled dowa at
Adrian. Minnie went to Kre with then,
laaTiag von tan loam wiw bo. rawer
was gatiing along wejl then, and ballt us
a now house. You ckQdrcn have always
lived ia from houses, so you doa't know
how proad I felt on leaving toe out log
houso. Wo wed H for a sowko house,
and every thins was as snuff sayou please.
I mado my first rag-carpet that wintos
colored the chain mysolfj had rod, yel
low, irrcen and brown. I thoucht it the
prettiest thing I ever saw, and would not
allow mv snare-room onen exoenton Sun-
day. A young man living on toe next
farm, begun coming over our way. Now,
Hob, what aro you laughing at r x ou' ve
already guessed who ho k Yes, that
was your father, and ho had not courted
vorv lorni before our Dora was engaged.
But father would not hear of her getting
roamed nsht awav. tor she was so vounit.
So sho mado up a nice lot of quilts, and
your pa worked early and late, lor a homo
for Ins bride. Tho any sho was seven
teen there was a doublo wedding, for
Ninnia had lound a knight also, lie wo
practicing uicdicino with uncle Horace.
Lida and myself wcro left alono will
father then. Every month wo would
have a reunion at home, and would hav
Ruth was tho only baby then, and we
thought her tho cutest and best baby on
earth. Lida had crown to bo a perfect
beauty, and had'bcauxsby tho score, but
. t v i . . . i' .. r .1. .....
sno um not bucui io iuro mr uujr ui mum,
and said she could never leavo futhcr, nnd
although sho fell in lovo and married
Undo Will; fho kept her wont nnd still
lives with and cares for futhcr. Well,
well, tho littlo' ones havo gono to sleep
after their big dinner, and tho girls aro
surely dono tho dishes. Yes, hero they
are. " 0, mamma," said Huth, " Aunt
Emma has told us all about you and
aunties." " And never a word of her
aud Undo Tom," said I. Aunt Emma
laughed, and mother says Emma's was
tho only romantic marriage. When
Cora was married she and Tom wcro on
gaged, but although ho begged and plead
sho told him sho would novcr leavo homo
while sho was needed there. And at
lust when ho found sho was in earnest, ho
camo and told us good-bye, and went
out West, ho said, to seek his fortune.
Emma looked so sad, and was so very
quiet. 1 remember lather was very un
cosy for awhile, nnd then thero was seV'
cral years wo did not hear a word. Many
n night I havo heard her crying when
sho thought 1. was asleep. About thrco
months niter Lida was married thero was
another letter from him, begging her to
write onco more, und Having that he had
heard tho rest wcro all married, und Lida
living at homo ; nking what there could
bo in tho way ot their marriage now, lor.
paid he, I can novcr bo content until you
aro my wife. In her answer sho told
him that, if ho still wished it, sho would
marry luin, but 'Join, you must not ex
pect to find mo us you left mo; there is a
great difference between nineteen und
thirty, llui next letter told lio was
coming for her. Wo girls pitched in to
help her get ready ; both her clothes and
for housekeeping, for sho had been so
very good to us, wo wanted to show our
gratitude. Tho day before ho was ex
pected word earn a that ho had been badly
hurt from being thrown from a horso
but not seriously injured, and entreating
her to come to him :. " ncv.r mind what
peoplo will say
waited so lou.'r.
I lovo you, tiud have
Well, three days later wo went to tiie
trail to K'.-o our dear " Ma l.mnia leavo,
Father accompanied her cm her long
journey, eaw her safely through, and
made a happy wifo in the homo Tom had
mado for her nwuy out West, and we
! havo never seen her from that timo until
" 0, dear, how nice ; it's just liko
story, and its really true, said I to
" Yes," said pile, "nnd I bono I wil
bo as good, and havo us uiany friends,
and find such n good man, liko our Aun
And they all laughed, und grandpa
and papa, and uuelo all camo in, and told
to many stories, and it mado mu wudi
had been living then, for I'm afraid
will never sco such good times. - Unci
Tom has gona buck, now, but I, will nev
er forget tho reunion, never ; nnd seino
timo ruaybi lluth and I will go out thero
on a visit. Coictnnafi Amics,
A Maino girl worked tho motto '
Need Thco hvcry Hour " and presented
it to her chap. Ho says ho can t Jielp it ;
it takes him two hours to milk and feed
tho pigs morning and night, and bujiuess
rum go: to he attended to.
At a .'wial g:;thcriug a few days sico
tho fl'llqwiug toast was. proposed niid
drank : "In ascending tho hill of prue
penty may w6 never meet a f rlvud;'?"
TIm Trn GtaUeanaii.
He is abova a low act Ho caftiot I ,
stoop to oonuaii a fraad. He iayades
M secret ia the keeping of another. lie
takes seMsh advantaga of no ataa'a aiia
take. Ho naes BO ignoble weapoaa ia
coBtroversy. Ho never Maba ia the
dark. Ho ia not one tiling to a man's
fteo and another to hie back. If byac-
cidoat he comes into PDSBlon of hia
neighbor's eouaseU, he passea them, into
iDsiant ounvKTD. no uvmn Mm mck-
igcs without tampering with tho wax.
apers not meant for his eye, whothcr'
thov flutter in. at hia window, or bo
open before him in unregarded exposure,
aro secret io mm. no proianes no pn-
vncy of another, however the sentry
Biecp. noun um uan, iuckb mu kos,
bonds and securities, Notices to trespass-'
crs, aro not for him. Ho may bo trusted
out of sight near tho thinnest partition
anywhere. Ho buys no office, ho sells
nono, intrigues for none. Ho would rath-
fail or his rights than win them
through dishonor. He will eat honest
brcad. Ho tramples on no sensitive
feelings. Ho insults no man. If ha
has a rebuke for another ho Is straight-
forward, open ami manly. Ho cannot
descend to scurrility. Billingsgate does
not lio on his track. Of woman, and to
her, ho speaks with decency and respect,
In short, whatever ho judges honorable
ho practices toward cvory ono. Ho is
not always dressed in broadcloth. "Somo
people," says a distinguished bishop,
" think a gentleman means a man ot in-
dependent fortune o man who fores
sumptuously every day a man who need
not inour lor inn oreau. jliuuu ui menu
a 1.1 1 1 - 1 I ' ! A I .
10 of theso
i of thorn
r. I havo
mako u gentleman not ono
nor all of them put together.
Known men 01 mo rougncst exterior, who
. n .1 i l t
havo been used all their lives to follow
the plow and look after horses, as thor-
ough gentlemen in heart as any noble-
man who over wore a dttcal coronet. I
mean, T havo known them as unselfish, I
havo known them as truthful, I havo
known them as sympathizing; and all
theso qualities go to mako what I under
stand by tho term a ' gentleman.' "
t vt 1 I-
eadlv prostituted; and what I want to
teU you is, that tho numoicst man, who
has tho coarsest work to do, yet, if his
heart be tender, aud pure, and true, can
. . - . . . ... ,
he, in tho most cmphatio senso of tho
wuru -u gi-uHciMuu.
A Plucky Llttlu Crusader.
About seven, o'clock Saturday even-
inn a good lnoUing littlo woman, named
Mrs. Newton went into tho saloon ol
Fred Kistucr, of West Washington
street, and marching up to tho table at
which her husbnmr was playing cards
with a party of cronies, took tho cards
from his hands, and after tearing them
up, demanded that he immediately go
homo with her. Tho husband reltie-
tantly consented and left, the saloon with
V nu A 1 l.....H 1 u 1... .............. .....1 ...
tho saloon, having evidently given his
better half tho slip, and soon engaged in
a gatno of billiards. Shortly afterward
iiej. Jim luivr iiuiu uu ii:.iipiii.iii.u in
31rs. IScwton appeared on tho peeno anil
proceeded to make things very interesting
lor " tlmt liushaud of mine. " Sho
smashed the mirror over the bar with a
brickbat, mid muddling a billianltiu: out
of her husband's hands made tad havou
among tho bottles nnd glares. Tho
saloon helper rushed to tho door uud blew
short calls ou u polieo v.lii.itle. V lien
the police arrived A'cwton oflc-red to pay
of tho woman, but ou being reminded
that had requested him not
to sell liquor to her husband, und
that therefore nho had good causo of
action ugainst liii, ho decided not to
prosecute, and tho bore off her wayward
vpuuuo ui iriuiii(ui.
lut it In Vrlling.
' Business carried on verbally sometimes
answers every purpose, bub' in nianycasca
it is inexpedient and frequently results in
troublo and litigation, Put nil contracts
bailing and tttkorcceipta for all Uipneys
matters nro talked over, nnd after inch
party has put his or her own construction
mi, tnu contract ino matter is aroppcu
with ttio expression of " all right " from
each. In many cases it proven "all
wrong," and affords n job for lawyers,
juries and courts. If peoplo 'persisted in
putting their agreements in writing,
much uscIcai litigation could be' avoided.
When reduced to vfritiny 'ideal uri fixed
and lasting. (,
a uay-pooK copieu uom n wottcr in
whkhjpho charges nro lirst riiado will not
bo roccivcilin evidence .s" ,beok of .
S. day-book copied from n " blotter " in
tho Uninngo douo by his wile, lait uliu . , ,..., ,. ..i.v-;,.;!,,,. rirnn.r
d him that ho would do nothing of tho . ,!,! tvlintvr,mr imn4. imv!tiir inniln a.
, as ho had wicut too lmtcli of their tl, :y.KtnntJ nf vor mji,,. Ko!.
anca already in that mIcoii. Iho i " 5j -,.,-:,. i'rtr ..vnhl nr.
uon keener demanded tho nrrcit ...,..i. .,M t. ii.ii
paia out, nowover inning mo amount may threatening to render their hands, Ducks
bo. Many misunderstandings result from and limbs less capable nf earning n liveli
tho looso way in which important business hood. Tn tearimr un tho railway wo cot
ObUtalBff India BabMr..
Aa article ia &riW'i Xbgariiu
( From tkeM Atlanta to thA'ndea")
telle how caoutchouo or India, rubber ia
obtained on the Aaaaon. writer
says : Narrow path' lead flromi the hut
through tho thick underbneh to' tMo- aob-
itary trunks of the India rubben treep;
aad as soon aa. the dry aeasea allows,,
tho woodman ones into the scrinaal with
a hatchet in order to cut some holes, im
tno DarK, or ratner id ine wooa oi ur
caoutchouo tree, from wulclr- a milky
whito sin begins to flow tVnmgli aa
earthen snout fastened in tlkyv-oun
Below is u piece of bamboo whicMs out
into the snapo ot a uuckct. jn rnuway
ha mx from troo to treo until, uRorv, his
return, in orucr to enrry ina nuicnni
more converuontly, ho begins, to empty
tho bamboo buckits iato a largo oala-
bash. Tho contenW of there lire poured
into one of these great turtle shells which
on tho Amazon aro used, for every tiud
Ho at onco pet to work on the smok-
ing pi jeess, since, if left to staud'long,
tho gummy particles separate, and tho
quality of tho India rubber ii hurt.
This consists in subjecting tho mp,
when spread out thin, to tho sirioko from
nutB ot tho Urucury or Uauussa palm,
which, strange to say, is tho only ih'ng
that will turn it solid at onee. Au
mT(tiinwnrn "lmwl without bottom"
whoaancck lias been drawn toLilhcv like
that of a bottle forms a kind of eimnnoy
wj,cn placed over a heap of drv,. lud-hot
nntaBo that tho whito snioko escapes
crom t.e ton in thick clouds. Tho work-
man pours a quantity of tho white, rich,
uiilk-liko licjuid over a kind etf light
woodin shovel which ho tiurmi with
. . . . .
nl.ifL-nraii. in nrrfrr tn nonnt-iln tlm nan i'.s
much as possible,
Then ho passes it quickly through the'
jcnf0 gmoko nDovo tho littlo chtnincy,
turiw ;t ubout several times and at onoo
twelves the milk tnko on n cnivish vcl-
low color und turn solid. In this way
ho lays on skin after skin until tho India
rubber on each side is two or threo ecu-,
timctcrs thick and ho considers tho plan
cha done. It is then cut upou ono side,
peeled off tho shovel and hung up to dry
r n I '
sinc0 mutj, water has got in between tho
ayen) w!iicH shoiild dry out if popsible.
Tim iW nf tlm t.liine.lm. widen. Is nt first
a irfoht Bilvcr gray, becomes moro and
vsmro ycuow ami' ut last turns inw lao
brown of caoutchouo o it u known in
commerce. A good workman enn finish
tn tlitu u-iiv Qit nr oiV tirmnilti tin llfilir
rho tjlitk'vr) moro-oven, and tho freer
I mm bubbles the whole- mnss i, po ueh
the better is its quality and higher t ho price.
An Arizona Incident.
An interesting story comes from Ar
izona. Kellogg and Carter owned u
mining claim, aud foolishly quarreled
j r , t nf;alVco Was his touch
' . ....
.. w i . Ml,, nil.i. Iin
fired at his partner, nnd supposed that
t . .1 II . .. . i . i i! 1 ..i
no nan scuta inuict mio ins urcasi, oiu,
behold 1 Carter was a good young man,
and had a Bible iu tiio pocket of his
gray working tliirt, Tho ball struck
uion tho sacred book, its courso vas
turned, nnd Carter was unhurt. Then
tho good young man whipped out his
learning bowie-knite, sprung upon Kel-
, cud carved him so artistically that
his hold upon his revolver relaxed, and
Tho good young
time thu lliblj didn't savo him. Ho
wis druwned. Tho moral of tliia recital
i.i very intricate. But it is plain that
Carter wasn't burn to be handed.
Tha ono 'railroad of China, recently
constructed from Shahghai to Woosung,
1ms been torn up and ubuluihod by tho act
of tho Chiucsa uuthorities.- Tho ill-nature
of tho Chinese toward tho innovation of
ttcnju power ami transportation seems to
huvo teen engendered by tho laboring
classes, who look upon tho';m:iehhiery
twn, rival intruder .upon, their domain,
tho first expression of tlni Orientals on
tho world-mooted question 'of lubor-saviug
, . ,. 1 1
neuraigiu uncases oi uiu.urau arc now
referred by many physieiank to misadjus
ted eyeglatses and Mwctaclea., Of courso
this ih not always; the causa of neu'ralgio
pain, but in many eases has proved to bo
When n man detects a missing, button
aucr koiiiu on u cieaii sniit.-' no ono is
aware nf the f.tcl. Ho talced off tho shirt
no was uku to ine.
man stanched Ins opponent s wound, and
IV.V ti ui'Ufiv vv wir-.5 aiwt
aware nt ine uct. lio take olftha shirt 1 hud ir am -n diilhw ho not oxliliiltnl win
nnd puts, on nnotlie'r. quietly Miilling all ! u-um.lrom tln dnt or auldHiiura tl
tho.wVile. lra-jyioalM of it I "y&$lffi$-F$u . wm "
tousoul, . 4 ipu iAVJ.i) WUHOX, AAn'i
"THE. THEE IS KRDWH It- US.' EMIT"
Tu'tt'ij Pitta ar WoilS tln'tr wt4il in irAtl."
rev. i.. n. aiMpaow.ruiaVg, ay-
"TiiU'a Pitta are M-"' A5i"a?,L,,,J?,"f
UcntlKUtfy."-KCV. t. H. OsaO0D,w Vart.
"Ik'(M4 Tall'J niU.ffwporTft intr.
They am aapcrlor to any mcdivluu. lor Slltry th
unlaia er . .a .
I. P. CARR, Attsrnayst.C, AsfwM, 0.
" I hxx ttaed Tirtt'a Pilla e S"" 'B mr'Aifclly.
They aruuni:-ialdlnrn.vanaaaanil hUiuaanau.''
F. R. WILaON, OMrfatown, TaaM.
"Lfcave mt Tntl'a Mnlirlnr Kllh print hantflt."
W. W. MANN,.tViteii MabU RaajtUr.
' W ftl Tint' Pin lb (tVo of alt
uttur'-aAVRE & CO...CrtaraaU,.aa
"Tutl'a Pill bvo only (t t WtA to aaUWii'i
Uwlr inrlt. Ttwv wmk lllo maelc."
W. H. 8ABB0N, OS titmmar at, Baotm.
Thra4Vnn mnlrmi tn wrll adapted tot'.iB ran
or llliouaiM-onliMiii'liili Vi U." . .....
JOS. DRtMMSL, liehmtnd, Vtrjtat..
, AND A TH0'J3ii3 MORI.
They are genuine.. Write-to then. It
will cost but a postageatamf.'
llcatlurfli-. I'alu in llm NlmulUera, Ulaal
IM.. Knur K.'iii'lul lima or llit.!4touliii. Han
Tte-t. In IttM Muiilli. ltlllitnu Atti.fka. I'm!-
liitHiiuB ir. inn- n- r . .i-niu hi inn 5W""
nf tli.f Klilnir.. TlKhtnraa f tliv.Clauat.
iln.piuiiUncr. lilomu. uuil. ! iiirboillntra of
Jvir.na-oall flur iirrHiicH. iLrnrrtdLTyfr.
'or tlnaavuiuiiliilai. tai. 1 IITT'H LlVIiU
iMMvoiuiiliilaM IllTT'H LIVICK
havo uuouuul. A almrl doaa will
7li!it Qntntno onlr rWoeta trmponirr taa-
.e!i.lnrvr llw nttu"l( or vver mm
iiiU44ltiiii 1 iinxvUcu by arcUuu!
la aoti -
TIih tMllnii'tiw at ffmniiotiila ratntillafivn
brvitml it ilnulM (lint 1MI. 'IX'TT'h 1'll.l.H.
followmt by uiilin, it a pfi'iuunrnt turn
for Chllla uuil Aver.
DR. TUTT 1'II.T.: am prepared. with
arrrnt raro iia-l alurtr. In Mnit (irroriIitn.ru
Tlrr nr iTr. Cmilnln tin ilnnKcrmiH
noiiuiril jiu cii:ii:ku at iuui r uniu-
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alilrli ii- Iihti tii'illirnt It lull' to tbrhalr.
That I'liilueii; liu;iilt lm 'utci-iIi i In
proliii'liiij :i lliilr Ii.m- k)AHx Imlliitra
rutlmv lo .- n'.i'll...!. tn i liwctitbr may
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J'rro SI. 00. Offlr IS 3'urrau HU,
Hew xwiu ifodi nil tin iiritiiaut:
TmiSTEK'S S Al.K OF URAL ES
TA'rH. Wlii-rcna Jiinift A. Klmor.i
ami Mury .1. Kliiiui'ii (til- il)liv tllr itei'il
til U'llt ihilril (In. TiWi il:iy ol l'V!nil:ii .
1S74. wlilHi -aid ili'Oil of tnii.1 li. rci-nMi'il in
llicrcfiiriliT'K iiMIi-ii uf I.Iih-iiIii i-oiiiity, Ml
Miuri. In Im'il; 'J, tit pi'.'ci ill I. dlil tiinvuy In
liilin V. Wilson (trutrn) lliB rollowlng '
h:I'IIiuiI real fiti'tn i-lluulK. lyllijj and .lii'liu
III tlm roiuily ol' Mm-nln ami t:lto nt Mi
mill, ti.'-wll; All ol' Hut i-.iut li vct iii:i '
liT oC the north"'it qimrtiT of sevllowfl.v
(i'i), towiilili liiiiy-i li'lit ramco I wnt,
I'liiiUiiiinv M tOiii-reK. Iiu lliu namo imiru or
v.ni, wlui li t uiivcyiiiirn was inuilu ill llll-l.
to M'ciira the ii.iyinunt ol' ivrtuin promiMorj
liiiti'n In ulil ili'L'U fully ilitw. llieii, an I
wlii-ri'UH ili laiilt ln'iMi lilinln In tliu pu
llit'ilt l wild iiuti'i. nnd WlirlviH tht'ulioM
iniinril IniKtiM having liillcil to ui t. imtv
tliuii'linu tit tlm H'(4iut ul tlio legal liolili.f
of sulil liiitri mill ill iHTonluiire uitli'lliii
lirnt Irlitna ill mii ili'ml ui' IIIKl. I tlm Illnliir
hlaiifil liviill'ol l.lneulii comity, MUiom:,
Wi.iliiinil,iy. April 10. 1878.
lictwi'iMi lliu luini'ii of t oYliiuk lii the fore
noon ami i'i tiVliicK In tliealleriiniin at time
day ut tliu emirt Ihhimi ilnur III tlio town i
l'riiy, l.liiuiiln I'liimiv, MlHHiitirl, etl u't ini
ell vi'lulue to tlm lilulii'it hidiliT fiirea.li.tl: i
uliovu ilu.i'rilii'il rot I fMattt to aatlary val I
null's uml Inifri'.t llicrciiiiinul sluo tliucon.s
und iixiiensua of irrlii nil thU triit.
Ill- A. 0. Siu tlioii. ii.
DMFNIS'l'tl ATOIl'S NOTICT.
Ulu. uf li.VV. l'rem li, iliwM. ware Kl'iintt-il lt
tlm itmli'i'sliii'il un tho inii day ofMnivl ,
1KT8 by tho l'rolmto Court of Llnuolu uoui.-
All iiproiiHl)avin?i'l:ilmniiiiiilmit ulilv.
tuloaru ri'iiulli'il tooMilliit thi'lll liif ulliiv-.
uiuii to tliu, uilmlnlatrntor within one you-ufti-r
tliu dnti' nr Mild Ictior. or thd'y limy do
1i'0c1ihIim fr.nn miy liuiirllt nf mich fnil ,
uml Ifsuitli I'lidaia hn nut iixliiliitiul with) t
two years from tliodnto of until UHti'u, tiny
will liefiininr Icim-d,
Tlil 'JOth day urMur.li.
JtWIAH UltKKCII, AlroT.
I.ottort of uilmliiMrutlnii on tlir t
lati) nf .Inlm l.'nlll.dii, dfii'il, vrn
Krn ntml to tlii' uiiilrT'luttml on tin; id da
of Keb 1S7S, l.y tlm l't'olmtu Court ofI.li.
coin couuty, Mo. i
Allpurnoiu lmvln!;rlulinsNKiiliiktalil f
twto are nia,ulic.i ia I'Nlillnt tlirin for allnv .
alien to tluitjiilmil'd-lhitor wltllhlonu ycii.'
after llilnlat6"AlNld li'ltecx. or they may !)
nroi'lildi'd trum nliVliruitHtnl ninh f.lu.r.
li alien ntiiiii no nut pxiiiuurii wiliini