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Angut!f 180J THE WEALTH MAKERS. A BASE BETRAYAL. "HE DELEGATES FROM TRANS MISSISSIPPI STATES. ly Surrender the Great Free Coin age Clause to the Gold bog Kt and IU Servile Toole from the Middle States. "We believe in the uie of gold and tilTer M money metals maintained on perfect parity and interconvertibility, V do not b lieve that there will be a perfect return of prosperity to our country until the fail use and highest position of silver shall be restored, and ire favor Mich legislation as will bring about the result" The above is the silver resolution of the national republican convention of league clubs. It is the meanest, lana-est, weakest and most trifling expression upon the silver question vet adopted by any state not excepting Massachusetts. And not a man from Colorado of fered an amendment or suggested a substitute. The erstwhile valiant (Joodwin from Utah waa dumb; banders, the bogus silver senator from Montana, waa dumb. Tom Carper and Senator Dullola hung their'heads in shame because their tongues were tied by party cords. And Gov. Prince from New Mexico the great-voiced ami great-whiskered Prince nearly clioked as he said aye. Oh, where were the silver cham pions that until to-day talked in hall and street for a 18 to 1 plank and nothing j cav,' . The old farce of Mlnneapo i was tepeated. Brave at home, when talk ' ing to silver constituents, but cring ig like whipped spaniels in the pres 'e of their masters from VVall sweet en the vote was taken Mussacou- Connecticut and Wa)l street risked aye until t ie window glass -racked, while the allege! silver dele gates piped as low as squeaking mice f their little assent ' And Colorad s truculency received pretty payment. When it vot d no upon another resolution the conven tion hissed it Wny shouldn't it? New York stands up ,for New York. Massachusetts atands up for MassachnietU, Vermont standi up lor Vermont Maine btands up for Maine; even "Poor Old Mis souri" stands up for Missouri. Hut Colorado republicans flunk on their own state. God. and man hate a coward, and whan the convention saw that Colo rado would not even stand up for its great silver Industry, that it did not even dare to offer an amendment to a resolution which was an insult to its silver miners of course it would hiss it when opportunity came. The resolution is not one-half as favorable to silver as was the plank in the Minneapolis platform. Let it be dissected: "We believe in the use of gold ana silver as money metals maintained on perfect parity and interconvertib" ity." Cleveland believes in that Harrison believes in that John Sherman believes in that Every VVall street money shark be lieves in that , This is precisely what exists to-day with sil.er demonetize I and all coin age of it stopped and the silver indus try in chains. v "We do not believe that there will be a permanent return of prosperity to our country until the full use and highest position of silver shah be re stored, and we favor such legislation as will bring about thn result." They favor legislation that "will restore the full usa and highest posi tion of silver." What ' full use.'" What "highest osition?" Did they mean free coinage? "Oh," they cry, "it tan be twisted to mean that ' If the News were to submit the re olutlon to ltn readers for solution as a riddle and offer prUes to lhoe who would solve it there would come a thousand answers and no tw of them would be alike, Minneapolis has been made respect able. I TheJudases who represented the great weal la that convention ai.d so veiled iu vonteiuptible silver plank witheat a proli water as they werrare fcandowa a cuirard witn the Jelly bays who iuUrerwutel th west In the late to .veulion. Thank iod: we are tVpulitw We believe iu the free and uoiitu tte4 tolaa(e of tW al the ratio of It to I. Our national coavta tiua so declared, livery I'opti Ui voawstioii ever held hat ao dee U red II I' .puUl eunveotlfj tliuul.) say any thiif le urn the silver (utUit it would luraed er U the rrptiMi sait a unworthy f their eottatry ed Matt ta asMH'lsie with men who love it The I'epuilat party steads ty the home. It stands by the people, It stand by kfwatulr, 0. b M the People' party asd take it great and rvef lag until It rescues the country from the grasp of the goldbugs and restores to the peo ple their heritage. Rocky Mountain News, THE BOYCOTT. The gauntlet thrown down by the Pullmans has been taken up by the American Railway Union and as a re sult the whole country is now in the throes of a flreneral strike. W hether the strike is ill advised or cot Is a matter of individual opinion. That organized labor has at last adopted the humane motto, "The injury of one is the concern of all," is signifi cant. Ity standing solid y together only can their demands be secured. The brutality of capitalize slave drlvars has become intolerable and as all capital stands as one man iu a fight with labor, labor must unite or be pushed farther and farther toward the wall of bare subsistence. The railroads have n unlimited amount of money, while the union nan only the consciousness of being iu the right Sensible people who still have ft)d the iliror emj.loyeU, while in regards for the rights of humanity mny instances there were entire fail will be on the side of the union so ures.brintrini' loss and disappointment Ion as they remain law-abiding. All u the burdened and expectant fanner, ptrwons will learn from this that the As a rule, had these lands been thor governrnentownershipof therailroads oughly or even partially underdrained is the oroner. lust and eouitable thini? to do. No mora atrlkes: no more iu - dicial tyranny; no bloodshed; no more suffering women and children; but cheaperrates, better service, better wages for employes, pence, tranquil ity, happy homes, profperlty and jus tice. At the ballot box the change can be wrought Let every patriot do his duty. Farmers' Tribune. Ilrlhery l'roved Beyond Doubt. Of all the most damnable and vil lainous corruption that ever blackened the escutcheon of any country in the world, there is nothing that can com pete with the briber and corruption carried on in the senate of the United States between certain senators and the Sugar Trust company, and the audacity, with which some of those concerned in it walk up and brazenly confess it is unequaled by anything to be found even in the history of the dark ages. While the proceedings of the committee of investigation are secret and the press can not get all the facts brought out by the evidence adduced before the committee, they have got hold of the fact that Mr. llavemeyer, the gre.t sugar king of the world and the president of the sugar trust, told the committee that the trust had contributed cam paign money to both republican ana democrats, mat mere was no sentiment connected with the con' trlbutiona, that the trust had no pre ference for the political parties but that their money was given purely as a business matter and to influence legislation favorable to the trust Mr. lJavpmeyer also stated that the sugar trust advanced the price of sugar 1 cent per pound. It is openly charged through the public press and not denied that Mr. llavemeyer drafted the amendment to the sugar schedule in the present tariff bill now in the senate. Mr, Sear la, the secretary of the sugar trust, aamiiiea mat large sums or money were contributed in each state to the election of United States senators and congressmen, but declined to state how much was given to any one state. Senator Quay boastlngly stated that he had dealt in sugar trust stocks dur ing the time the sugar schedule waa before the aenate committee and boasted ti.t he would do it again. These are only such facts as can be obtained irom behind closed doors. We have no doubt that when the whole thing comes to light (if it ever does) it will be rich, rare and. racy, and if witnesses can be made to answer questions, we may eventually find out the cause of Calf rey's election on the first ballot by such an over whelming majority. Me hope audi a tula will serve to convince those who are hopinir for re form from either one of the old parties that they are hoping in vain and that they may go with the thousands that are daily coming to the People's party. Montgomery Mail. Tiik gold bug has destroyed one half of al kinds of crops by reducing the price . percent And now the humbug in out trying to make the people believe it ta all right, and he undertaken to prove It by a platform which the etraddlebuir has made. And the doodlebug come out of their hdee, take off their lieu and yell for all those other bum. Wiux eongreita e a special law ia favor of the rich that ia protecting "vetted rlirht" and maintaining the publ t' credit,' but when It Uatked to do anything for the poor who are out of em or went that ia paternatUiu, This is tb poviloa taken by the leaders of the two old irtlea and their iteiivhtuen, Hut the day of reokoutn I drawing uier. Thk Political I tonomut, edited by ft , ,Mav tttie, ht Wen uitde.l Ta reeeoa f Ivea by Macao la hard time. Wears ait gota? la dispute the hard times declaration, bt when, other reform apvr arc being p ported, there aiut t-e some other re sen why a paper dll4 by a able a wan et Msua Is shout 1 not alut re reive sufficient support keep It foil!. THE FARM AND HOME. A THOROUGH SYSTEM OF UN DER DRAINING!. Its pestrabllity VerlfliMl t'liursrteriitlef of the Mlver-KpangUd Jlatuburg Farm Note and Dome- tie Dot. Drainage. One neanon's excessive moisture re vealed to many farmers iho importance of adopting methods most likely to relieve their lands of the superabun dance of wuter so fatal to a successful growth of tho grains and grasses which are mo cs-wntial to his financial prosperity; and. as the social, educa tional, aiid even spiritual enjoyment of each member of tho family depends ro largely on favorable results, it is manifestly evident that a system of artificial drainage should receive a larger share of the farmer's attention. Here in wostern New Yor,c during the season of IfrM. thousands of acres, nftor having been planted, produced Vini.nlu ui,tvirnt t rmv for the ' with Suitable tiles running tnrougu , tho enl depressions or water courses of the fields, many of the granaries would have contained sufliclenttomeet the demands necessity for the comfort of the farmer's family. And then, too, there is no work connected with the farm that gives the peculiar satisfac tion experienced as one realizes that the once cold, soggy and unproductive portions of .the , farm have become light and friable, and in condition to work at an earlier date than much of the upland. Like tho magician's wand, it needed only this simple and effect ive work to enable two blades to bo produced where none were grown before. While this is verified during a wot season, it applies with nearly e mal forco during seasons of severe drouth. All men of experience have observed the luxuriant growth of the varied crops j over and on either side of drains, no far as their ejects extend, during sea- . sons of oxcessive drouth. It la there- fore the more surprising that agricul- , tural writers of seeming experience and observation have at such time de preciated the practice, arguing in dis paraging terms that excessive tile drainage promoted drouth, and that from this cause to a great extent is attributed the exhaustion and failure of streams and water-courses; that wells and springs that once afforded a perennial supply are in conse quence also becoming a source oi alarm and serious inconvenience. One season's experience , however,' seems sufficient to upset a theory of such na ture, and providing t!:ere be any truth attending it surely the advantages de rived as the result of a thorough sys tern of tile drainage, are more than sufficient to offset the extra expense of deepening our wells, thus outlining an abundant supply of purer and more healthful water for man and beast than ever before enjoyed. Happily we have been spared the past season a repetition of the above fallacy, for It is only during tho absence of rain and continued dry weather that the alarm is sounded. Meanwhile farmers of experience and forethought will con tinue to improve their farms as cir cumstances and necessities require, and no work performed, will be con sidered of more importance than a judicious and thorough system of tile under-drainage. Irving D. Cook, in the Ohio Farmer. Til- Milver-SpiuiKiml Hamburg. There can be no handsomer fowl bred than the silver-spangled Ham burg. A flock of pure bred llamburgs on a lawn is the admiration of all passing tho highway. T.'iey lay a white, hard shelled egg, equalling in size that of tho Leghorn, and they never set tl erefore, they come the nearest a perpetual layer of any fowls I have ever handled. I have wondered why farmers who wanted to breed exclu sively for eggs did not try tho silver spangled Hamburg Instead of tl.o Leg horn. Si me seem to think them ton. der when young and still others think they ure purely a funcy breed, and while they are one of the older breeds, and are kn wn all over (J rout ilri'aln as one of tho fancy breeds, they mako one of the best fowls for the farmer who wants the egg basket kept filled summer and winter. They prove delicate when small Dur ing wet weather their coops and everything about them must be kept wrfoctly dry. I have bred these boautl'ul fowls for U year. Tho first trio came from Ken lucky, and the following upring I pro cured eggs from a fancier, and part of them had a lnt;l comb, I kept thein In i(uai'tera by thtiiiMtlveevery spring until tho hatching tcaetin ta over; ami they br i'onrineimmt well, I intm ilin-o ne blood tutu the flock every non with anew male bird, ihl ecueoit I had uo cult la the flock wait the exception thnt, one would crop out now mi. I Hum with a ntnglo coiiiK it U not a good plan to k't lUm bitrsjs and llt lan;tr brwd ail In the mum tjimrtcr over w inter, a they r t)ulroutrfrtit vara and feeding, or one or the other wIUcca Uyln and not do well The better wny for the aver, age farmer will bo to set one ;u- bred llock vf aay tmt! that autta hU fancy, and "ilok to It, and a'-ove all thtHif. keep hi tWk purv, Tradl cat tt artuer, N'cIIiibs Mtira-Mt I 4 Tke only safe way to mako fai .nlnf r-rvi.uh! Is to I'n.tnntly iitcr the produclmnic of pe lnl Tloe h rely on tho pro.U from se.Uug ro,l" find that ltdit Iho ct ( growing Ihemeonte pm nl tm farm lUelt hit Wen aoid. Production carrU with It it up with & corn-cob. but he didn't and so the swill runs out and I guess the rats under our lloor get more of it than e do. Sometimes I wish I was a rat My mother tells me that great pains was taken to get me a large, fat father; and he wan nice, too. she says, and 1 looked like him when I was baby, but she thinks I won't be much such a hog when I atn grown up. She says my papa told her that what made him so large and round and nice waa lots of good things to eat when he was young, not just one thing all the time. but that stuff from the mill, and such things. My mother says it don't make any diiTerenco what kind of a papa pig has, if he in't fed right and don have a good pen and Is sort o' well taken care of he won't amount ' to much. .She says, of course 'blood will tell,' but it won't tell half so much to a half-starved pigus it will to one with a beliy full of good stuff, and my mother knows what she is talking aoout" Noiufl flint About I'lennlnir We used to dread window washing worso than any other part of the gen eral housework. To us it was almost an interminable job because in our Jgnorunco we took the very hardest way possible. Two or three years ago we learned an easy way and since then have not groaned in spirit when window cleaning became necessary. Iho modus operandi Is this: Wash in soap suds as hot us can be used, and ipo immediately without rinsing- ana wipe with a coll doth. If they aro then rubbed with a clean soft paper they will take on a beautiful polish. Usually more satisfactory re sultn aro obtained If but one pane is wanned at a time, then wiped im mediately while sliil warm. Did you ever try cleaning grease spots on carpet with gasoline? Dampen a clean cloth in gasoline and give the spot a good thorough rob bing, and they will soon disappear, and leave the carpet perfectly clean. If it be very dirty, one can go over the entire carpet witn the gasoline ana have It as clean as though It had been Hashed and with so much less time and work, (iasoline will remove firroase spots from almost any fabric; stm. it it is desired to clean a very delicate silu or wool goods, it is best to try it first on a small piece of the goods, as It will occasionally Injure some tnings. Kibbons may be cleaned viiiiv u,iiu uuuui, iiuu iuok us irooa as again, fnew, by washing in -gasoline. DiD them in the gasoline and rub between the hands a you would wash a cloth. out instead of ringing, they should be .dried by stripping through the fingers, I As gasoline evaporates so quickly the ( odor is gone in a few minutes. MtorU i,te. Stock should be fed according to age and condition. All of the best qualities are not found in one breed. To grow well pigs need plenty of nutri tious food. Breeding and fattening bogs should not be fed together. With growing hogs it is possible to over feed as well as under feed. The bedding should be changed every ten days or two weeks at least. The quills of all kinds of fowls are mar ketable. Have them up and sell. Cleun straw is a gojil material in which to pack dressed poultry for market. Fowls of an extra large si.ejdo not sell as well us those of a medium weight. Boiled potatoes and bran, mashed to gether, make a good fattening ration. White fowls do not show the pin feath ers as much as the darker skinned breeds Do not invest too largely iu the poultry business until you have had some experi ence. Do not roly upon either grain or soft food alone, but rather use some of both iu feeding. In feeding soft food of any kind, a good plan is to provide either a clean board or clean trougbs. The quarters for the ducks and geese saould always be made separate from the other poultry. Domestle Help. When washing flue white flannels add a tables pooiifu I of pulverized borax to a pailful of water. This will keep them toft and white. A very good authority Rive as a very simple remedy for tiltvougU : A lump ol sugar saturated witu vinegar, in ten casex, tried as au experiment, it stopped hiccough iu niue, A poultice of rotten apples it said to be an excellent reimnly fur weak rheumatio eyes. Iu tlie rrttucu uo.pitaw an apple poultice is appllml to iulluiued eyes, the apple bviug rattd aud the pulp applied directly to t'J eyes thnt is, without the Intervention of any cloth or substance. Camphor ice is one of the best prepara tions tor ctntpiwd hands. Take three drachma of camphor gum, three drachm of white Iwenwax, tlire drachma of rmaceti aud two outictm of olive oil Put tliem till a ktove. where they will melt lowly and form a whit olutiuent If tb hand are very severely chapped, It may lie ueceuary to anuuiiit t hem with tii in preparation and put on a pair of oft .Ul gUivea. A remedy I"h1 to at way kevp iu the hou.e winlf and tnmmxr, particularly umiuttr, U the following: Unehnlfo-. wwence of peppermint o. nurture of camphor, o. ttiu'ture f opium and 04 ton-lure ef rtiul.m ti. Tu' cure rarely (alls a a cure f r cholera uiorlm. A do U front twenty to thirty dnn, regit tated l v the violence of the atta , tatea ta a little hot water and ruete at Inter val of one or two hour till the pio and nauv are guie It auvlhiu ei mrtow a luitaiumatitia of tHt tfuwvte entir your ilwe.lin whea doctor cwa I fevl promptly Irr the (o. tow in wltlle you are wait I114 (" tlx tloclof ta rtte M.e s pie tf lf! ewl lt fold a wide pi luw im thl U ! at ban t) ihta a tartf i (uarw r4-t mi the pate au I Uv the cdon Miotttaly, pa.te aide down, uter the Ixiwelm, ilium, a aM idea, aw l a far toward the I, k a fOIMl. Whew, tb iHitatHtvattu U se ver tti lerd will I sl4Nirlt "t a Very hut t eta, He re-l I resale ta n a eftea a aedet Meter niiatl waiting Ik a!t Thrrw te n parti'-nlaf rule, only be wre i tttr eaoHa AU thai U But mkII wtl' itmaia o the cbtk, 3. W. CASTOR, Pres. W B. Likch, See. J. O. L Ijuch, Farmers Mutual Insurance C!o. OF NEBRASKA. Organized In 1891. t02000000 t lpurpc flow IP Effect.. DIBEOTOHB: J. W. Castor, Emerald. Neb. i. P. Rouse, Alvo, Neb. J. L. Hermance, Raymond, Neb. A. Greenemyr, Cbeeney, Neb B. H. Davis, Syracuse, Neb. J. A. Floren. Goehner. Neb. J. A. Barr, York, Vnb. W. i, Hlldretb, Exeter, Neb. N. . Hyatt, President, eb. Office of Nebraska State Hail (MUTUAL.) Six reasons why ev-rv farmer should investigate the merits of the Nebrxska, State Hail Insurance Association of Fairfield Neb , (formerly of Kearney) before insuring elsewhere: 1st. It Is the only Hail Insurance com oanv in the world that gives eacb member delegate representation in the election of officers and manage ment of all business. 2nd. It is be onU company that loss sustained and not a prorata of the ampunt of Insurance mrrled. 3rd. It is tbe only Mutual Hall InHuriBce o im pan v that l so organized a to be capable of being iDcorp -retr-d under the Insurance '. 4th Jt is as cheap as the cheapest and talcta tontroctf' sumcient to pay all oese in full. 6th, It hat saved to it memtierx. arter all loHhe are paid In fu'l, one-half 01 tne cost 01 nun insurance cnarge" nth. this Asioclatlon hm over .J0,000 In premiums pledged for loupes. liVir furt.hrr infntmitlf,in 1nnntia tt ) J. M. SANFORD, TINGLE Y & Attorney s-at-Law, 1026 O St., Lincoln, Neb COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED COLLECTED. LADIES De Dot trifle with .topped mn.tnifttlon. but Mod 91.00 fur box Turku Tnr and H.nnrror.l Fill., ur to t he r. Sold onlr br HAHN'H PiiAKMACY. SOI r.rn.m St.,Omaba,M,b.' B7e1.ll. CAPILLAUHA u?owSr.h wn' make hair grow on bald hood and on bro face- " itirnumtt) and lnvivor- u- w woTHiwo wh i we. sura certain. Tented f rao years, If It falls money will be returned. Lar metal canes. Prlce.ll.la. mm AC DC IHTV A wondrfuI conmtl Uf DEinU 1 1 cures Plmples.Freck loaand ALL, facial Imperfections whiinn Mnfian and ac.tuallv transforms ttst moet rouxb and muddy complexion. It makei the botnely handsome Unequalled and safe Price, 60 cents. 1 PrtCT For 0 days only we offer a full sla I tU J I case of Caplllaura. Price 1.25, foi only ISO cents, balm of Beauty for au cents. Both for only 75 cents Bent free and prepaid anywhere. Circulars free. Address HUNTER & CO., Hinsdale, N. H S ulphoSalitie BATH HOUSE---AND SANITARIUM. Corner Itth and M Streets, Limoolv, Ncb. Open at All Hours Cay and Nigh' All Form of Bath-. nrkisb, Russian. Roman and EKtri( With special attention to the application of Natural Salt Water Baths Several timet stronger than sea water. Rh.nmii.lim. Plrln. Rlnod and Nervous Dl ' eHn, Liver and Kidney Tn.ublpm and Cbronl Ailments are treatea sucresHiuuy. SEA BATHING may be enjoyed at all scasonH in our lart SHU! SVVIMIHINU rUUb.llIlIP8l, VJ 1 eet wp. beatrd 10 uniform temperature c degrees Drs. M. H. and J 0. Everett, Managing Ph.VHklaa. For Sale. A FIVE HORSE POWBR Electric Motof (n good condition. Will bo sold CHKAP If sold soon. ..... Corner 11th it M fits., LINCOLN. Nat DEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS AND e H a 'vail T'mxlLMXilliiijk - - -- lilllllllllUilll CAG A (iRMlMTSB,Trt PRINCIPAL OFFICE: 24S South IftTl strt, UTTtGOkfli NEB. Correepondenee solicited from all persons lntereeted In mutual Insurance. Insurance AssociatiOD. adjuets its bses at the whole and actual oy sock companies. General Manager, Fairfield, "et BURKETT, SAME DAY AM CENTS Hnndred. of rRtnixlic .rr put up fra.ru tMd to cure I0.1 nuintioori but they don't do It. Turk Ub Lo.t Manbood CapHUle. are warranted and mony ret uriiwi for ev.ry cue it poiw not tWHW of Weak Memory, Lo.t Brain Power, Lo.t Man bood, MKlitKmuniona, WeakneMOf Keproduc tl. Oritan. cauud by routhfu I error. Oitu rou New Lire. Soldonfy bj HH' FHikeict , 0I KarnamHt..im.lia Neb N OOnoi br mall PERMANENTLY CURED pay NO PAY UNTIL CUBED Wl REFER YOU TO 8,000 PATIENTS- WrlteforBankKeferences . CXaMINATION FRCC. Ko Operation. Ro Detention from Business. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. THE O. E. MILLER CO.; 807-308 N. V. Life Bid.:., OMAHA, NEB. SOW OFFEKa Reduced : Rates f for round trip tickets to Uaoy Tourist Points. . . . AMONG THEM ... Hot Springs, Dead wood, Rapid Citv. St Paul, Minneapolis, Ddluth, .n un a, uayneiu, Madison, Milwaukee, Ooonomowco, Wis., And other points too numerous to men tion In Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michi gan, N'w York, New Hampshire, Ver mont, Maine, Uo'arlo etc For Kates, Maps, E o , see S. A. MOSHKR A. S. Fiki.dino, Gen'l Agt. City T'kt. Agt. I 1 7 So. I Oth t , Lincoln, Neb. itepnt Corner S and 8th streeU. GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE The Flxfd Star" State Great Rock Island Roort TO THE EAST. CUT CAR SERVICE IN THEW0RI& Nothing cn be clothed with more (act thaa the itatrrnent Uai thounandi ol (aruiere and (rult-erowere will leave the more northers clime, and locate In Teiaa, Thle waa evinced by the excnrln of January uvli, over the Chicago, Ituck UlanU m I'aoltlo to Texan, and the hun dred that avallod Ihennwlvee of the low rate) wire well repaid for h trip, and If earn oue could bo hrard on the aubirct, tbe unanliuou verdu-t would bo, !'lt U bltr thaa I eiovcWd to im, and juet u't mo " Man Ihounand will avail Ihenrndvee of the. coining xouraltin and hiw rato olTered, a did the bundrtnU en lha 1m one, and everyone wbo d-elrettoirur a farm ol 10 mir, or a ir a i$ acre fruit tract la that land of mild cllinai. h"Uld Sot ana on the order uf thtr going but ' W the Brt eicurlo I Die, Aiilf fir detalkul Infonnattoa a to rale of fare l i any reprveealatlva of the tirvat IWli l.land ".out or any (uootn Tick ul Ageri, or atidrett 'rUl. W.r VWttera Trail," I hlvaifiK for full tavtiaj i to lha land, JOHN SCOAtTIAN, Oen Pata.AKt, Chicago. P. Konsa, Vice-Pre state Atfent.