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- THURSDAY... -FEBRUARY 13, 1879. IHKKK IS NO HEiTH. There is no death! Tin- sum go down To rise upon nome talrer shore. And bright in heaven's Jeweled crown They shine forever more. There l no death! The dut we tread Shall change, beneath the summer showers. To golden (rain or tinted Iran, Or ralnbow-llnted flowers. Tbe granite roeks disorganise To feed the hungry mom tbe? bear; The loreal trees drink dally I lie From out tbe viewless air. There Is no death! The leave may fall. The flowers may fade and paw away ; Ttiey only wait through wintry hours Tbe coming- of Ike May. There ia no death! An anas form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread; He bears oar beet loved thine away. And then we call them dead. He leaves oar lioaits all desolate; He plucks oar fairest, sweetest flower ; Transplanted into bites, they now Adorn Immortal bowers. The bird-like voice, whose Joyous tones Make glad this, scene of Joy and suite, 81 tie now la everlasf Ins: sons Amid the Tree of Lire. And when he sees a smile too bright. Or beans too pare for taint and vice. He bears it to that world of light, To dwell tn Paradise. Borne Into that undying life. They leave us bat to come again; With Joy we welcome them the same. Except in sin and pain. And ever near as, though unseen. The dear Immortal spirits tread; For all tbe boundless universe Is life ; there are no dead. IETTEE PSOM BEW YOEE. Tone Editor or the New NobthwsST : This ban been a bad week; skating on Monday, mowing on Tuesday, raining on Wednesday, ami a deluge on Thurs day. Every day of bad weather oosts a great elty like this a hundred thousand dollars. A snow-storm costs New York half a million dollars by blocking travel, delaying ahiprueiile, stopping trade und killing horses. It is a brave sight, and moat faeciitat lug withal, tn bee hundreds of beautiful girls, in fur-faced skirts, flying over the frosea mirror on skates, which teim like wings on tbe heels of Mereury, bo inspiring and bewildering Is the vary ing picture. Blessed be that decree wbteii allows woman, at least on iee, to appear without tbe ugly, dragging skirts, which, however graceful Indoors, are abominable anywhere else. Blessed, also, be tbe fair creatures in the short japes, faced with fur, and whoever has gotten to lost In rapture while behold lug them as to try to break the lee with bis head, will know that there is as t Hitch or more sensation in this sport "Thau shines in stars and garters." It is a carnival surpassing far tbe sum mer shows on tbe seaside, with tbe sirens and mermaids in parti-colored Haiiuel, for the eold air and lightning speed put tbe stablest man that ever heeled himself with steel an tn every manlier of prank. Electricity fills the air, the body, tbe soul. The Gothamite efeaecs the hours with flying feet, the very sport for people wbo do business and pleasure at full speed. Mrs. Anderson, the wonderful English -walker, Is Hearing tbe completion of tbe extraordinary fuel she undertook to do. It Is to be hoped that she will not break down before she finishes her task, not only for her own mke, but for that of American women in central, to whom she is vetting such a good example. Brooklyn and Xew York ladles have taken an uuusoal interest iu Madam's marching, and crowds of them are daily and nightly in attendance to watch her. Already walking clubs for women have been started with a view to encouraging pedestrian lam among tbe weaker sex, and auything that will tend to over ooM) the inactive habits of the great mass of American women would be an inestimable boon. The few ladies wbo have tried to walk around the track with Madam Anderson have shown tbe assembled multi tudes the utter uselessness aud folly of the drees now worn; with corsage girted In at the waist, skirt tied around the hip, with train dragging a yard on tbe ground, fashionable ladies have found It all they eould do to hold up their skirts as they have toddled after Madam, m helpless as tbe crippled Chinese woman, evoking roars of laughter, while tbe Madam, iu a rather short skirt, and whole dress easy-flttlng, allowing play to every muscle, steps out free ami firm even how, jaded as site is. There are evidences throughout the eowntry, and claiming notice especially In this elty, that womeu are making a steady, persistent and Intelligent effort tn help themselves to a better life than it has been tbe lot of the sex to experl hsbm In th raiti- School sr nulnr. .... . , ,i. , l.i r !.... vvmjnimn wi itic tencuiu ut whs an or that; clubs are being formed to help the needy, others to instruct luose de- sirous of becomlug their own bread winners in various trades atnl profes sions long thought the sole prerogatives of maa; associations and organizations for tbe discussion of literary subjects, and for founding new religion; In short, tlieteisa very general movementamong women to further the welfare of their own aax, otherwise than by merely ob taining a vote, tbougli the ladles who " ""'rags attract the most atten tion from the public Lord, a millionaire, wbo created , ,en,in a year b BrrviuB Mr. Ann W. V. Hicks, is daoserously l. t,,, ls ve ' , bope of bis recovery, as b -i-u.... For two weeks he l.au t-l- . , " ne ,,Ba taken cij nAii!AkMf.i ana iu, !, i-., .. solely by stimulants, which tsiilM-arenlv serve him longer. His wlf i. stantly in attendance, no one but her self and the physicians being admitted to the room. Mr. Lord was roarriwi , Mrs. Hicks en December 81t, 1877, by C.nlinKl UATIkor II.. i twuiimi ,vs.vanvj .JC UA1I UeU & widower for six or seven years, and tbe marriage caused the greatest surprise. He is reported to be worth $1,500,000, and there are six sous to Inherit bis lirce fortune-, f liere was a great curiosity to hear Litta nn li . . - i'i . i .. . , .. i t. iA anU tbe b,g theater was filled Thursday evening in every part, lue success ot tbe young prima donna was immediate and undisputed, except by a few of the subsidised critics wbo infest some of the principal newspaper ofHoes. It i-t not given to all singers to be great artists. Certain natural gifts exist, which, being withheld, leave a void which no amount of careful study, no honesty of purpose. no nobility of aim can fill. Such are a I beautiful voice and a certain physical power which H ueedetl to sustain a singer through the exhausting labors or a great opera, to say nothing of the pos sesion of the saered Are, and It is lie- eauee she seemed, from her work Thurs day night, to be lacking in these re spects that Miss LUla i-i not now, per haps never will be, a great actress. But there is a certaiu ability which is calla ble of giving a great deal of pleasure, and which Indisputably creates a feel lug of decided respeet, and this ability Miss Litis, unquestionably posncoauo. Her voice is not a remarkable one in any sense; it is not eveu of u very sytnpa- thetic quality, but it haesufitclent range for any but very dramatic parts; It Is flexible, and it has been trained in an excellent school. Moreover, Miss L-itta is eonselentloue; she Is painetakiug, she has decided Intelligence. She laeks ex perience of the stage, which will ootne with time, but while she never, perhaps, creates a deep Impression, her work is always nicely, sometimes exceedingly well, done. She claims Blooinlugtoii, Illinois, as her native place. Mayor Cooper ami ex-Mayor Ely were guests of the Lotus Club at dinner last night, which was tbe occasion for a re markable gathering of prominent toli ticians nf diverse opinion and sympa thies. John Kelly ami August Sohell sat together in friendly cou verse with Mr. Cooper, whose father, tbe venerable l'eler, smiled benignly across the table on tiles queer political ueti-ieliows. Kelly made a brilliant Kpeecii, declar ing his desire to bury tbe hatchet ami unite with tbe mayor in promoting the best Interests of the city. Irrespective of party and faction. Whltelaw Beld pre sided and steered with remarkable tact, skillfully avoiding all possible eddies which might drift the convivial meet' ingiuto troubled waters. No Jar of nny kind oecured. Speeches were also made by Postmaster James, ex-Mayor Ely, Chan nee y M. Depew, Chief Justice Da vis, Robert B. Itosservelt and Explorer Isaac I. Hayes. Among others present were Paul I)u Challley, Xoah Brooks, J. E. Douloti, D. G. Croly, Commission- era Cox and Brennan, and Professors C. Inslee, Ilardee, A. E. McDonald, Pal' len, Arnold, Hamilton!, and John A. Toley. August. Xew York, January 13, 1879. Modern SpirittotUtta. The Rev. Dr. Graves lectured to a far audience in Metropolitan Temple re cently, on .the "Meotal ami Physical Phenomenon nf Modern Spirittialiim," becinniiis; by sayio; that he should sot notice the cabinet, seance ami other ledrjerdeniain trieks which hail ao often imposed on the credulity of the iieopie; the lecturer went on to slate that under lying the doctrine of siMrttuali-in was a set of scientific facte and truth-), the proper application of which would be of great lietient to humanity, iso titsem bodied spirits, good or had, hail ever returned in earth, nor were they pos seeded of the tiower to foretell tbe fu ture if they had. It was not spirits nor devils, for none such dwelt upon earth, but tbe existence and iierallon or phys ical forces which iierforuied sucli apiier- ent miracles, and of whose powers there were frequent mauileatations. Iu Uie lli-t nf these agencies were compriied animal electricity or magnetism, clair voyance or seeoud sight, an abnormal condition of the mlmi, somnambulism, another form of clairvoyance, mental telegraphy, the action of mind uikmi mind, and mesmerism. The remainder of the lecture was devoted to illustrat' imr, defiuini; ami explaining these forces, and showing; how they were utilised aud fraudulently applied by so-called modern spirilualiste, the speaker Interspersing his remarks with amusine anecdotes of how he had dta- eomfltted aud exposed Foster, tliegreat test medium of New York, eta The lecture was well received and frequently applauded. Chronicle. Dox'T Waste Vital Knkkov. The most vigorous erous do not have too much vitality. People generally inherit a lack; or at least find that much vital energy has been permauently Inst in childhood and youth through the igno rance and carelessness of their parents. Often it Is impaired by wrong indtil (fences in early nianhoo 1. Theemleavor with all persons should be to husband what is left. Therefore Don't do any thing In a hurry. Don't work too many hours iu a day, whether it be farm-work, shop-work, study-work, or hou- work. Don't abridge sleep. Get full eight hours of it, ami that, too, In a well-veo- tilated ami sun-norifled room j t..i, .. ,,,l,a , la i,uIIai.iIIIa in. j mue,, , anything, and let good cheer rule tbe hour. Don't fret at yourself, or at anybodv else, nor indulge in the "blues," nor burst into tits of passion. Don't lie too much elated with good luck, ordiiliearteued by had. acratn ron tiii: arinvxtiiiTiitvarr. The following persons are duly authorised to act as Agents for tbe New Northwest : D. D. Oray Albany Mrs. J. A. Johns .Salem Mrs. Lottie Keain .h.ugene Cily Mrs. U B. Proebstel .-Ixtirande L. I. Williams. -HlllKhoro Mrs. Iianra DeForue Ourduu California Asbby Pearee. Benton county Miss Virgin la Olds. McMinnvllle M. P. Owen - -Moquel. California W. W. Beach..... Colfax.W.T "Woman's Journal" Boston, Msxsachuaptts 1. P. IVrter Hhedd's, Oregon I. Cato -New Km Mr. Nelll- Curl - Xalem M-. M. rilTiV.Z.'".7. -San Joe. Cal Mrv. w. V. Mill Clackamas .Mr-. M. .V Warner. iokau Kails. W. T Miss Mary Bisbop Brownsville Mrs. 8. A. Nlehola Dallas Mrs. 1L A. Lougbary Amity K. T. Kobioon imiy North Yamhill Lelayette Oregon City Mrs. Mari.1 Kumm.u'i- Mrs. M. Kelty Mrs. J. lh'Vore JdIiiki Mrs. IluDui'll rue inuies MrTiL Z vawi. r . . Corral lis Walla Wulla .IViHlleton Finn-iie ' bniwnsvtlle -Iebanon -xalem Iiruyi tie ......... All,:nv Mr.. J. w. J.u kson .. a. H. Uaughlon I v. Keen Mrs. M.F.Cook MCJ-M.Foster.. J. T j,. Mr- . K..r.,rwVi i- i y i-i. t ...ron-i ;n,v,. A-lorl:, s.m I- ram iv, li's W.ll "ll r ) "inni; to We aut Agents 1 ' nn J t ist of post office!, uitiitiox. BAKES COUNTY. Auburn", Augusta, Baker City. Clarksvtll, Express Ranch, Kldomto.Uem, If nmbnldt Ba sin. Jordan Valley, Kye Valley. Wtngvllle. stone, Connor Creek, North 1-owder, Malheur! Hon re, Terrysville. ngXTOX. Hum V.lla i til- rl II . 1 . - " -"W v.wiiiii-. V will III., iviuy Valley, Liberty, Little Klk, Newport, Newton, Oneatta, Philomath, Starrs Point, Summit, Toledo, Yaqutua, Monroe, Tidewater. CLACKAMAS. Reaver. Butle Creel;. Canhv. Clwksnu. Clear Creek, Cuttingsvllle, Damascus. Eagle Creek, (j lad Tidings. High la ml, Molalla, rfll wuHkle, Needy, Virion, Oregon City, Oswego, sandy, Springwaler, 7Jon, New Bra, hartow. siuia, union Milts, ftouoes rvrry, rieassui Home, Klngo Point, Staflbrd, Viola. CLATSOP. Astoria. Clifton. Jewell. Knaana. Xehalent. Skipanon, Seaside Home. Westport, Isthmus. Olney, trammer House, Fort Clatsop, Mlaha- wase. OUR , iMiiiin, Iran, mpu, .,- ehanled I'rame.Kairrtew, nerBHaosvlll,Ileri ryvllle, MarahSeld, North Bend, OU, Ran dolph. Silkin. Sltkufli, Utter city, Bandon, wosueoo. uravm rsni,iss Ijinogn, rrseoaili, jiyme roint, .norway, Banner, rargersourg. OtrMTM HI A. Columbia Cltv. Clalakanta. Marshland. Rs. nier. Riverside. St. Helena. Sauries island. ncappuoer, clear creec. tjainn, vernonia. nmar. Cbeteor, Ellensburg, ort orferd. nocouAs. A Camas Vallev. Cleveland, tfele Vallev. Orain, Elklon, Oalesvlile, Gardner, Ke Hogg's, lysoklngglsss. Myrtle Creek North Canyon viiie, oik land Pass Creek, Roseborg scotts- , u , a, iiinu , niiiwiiHS Ouk Crack, Hay's Creek, Klk Creek, Elk Head, rsirusss, noass rratrm, Hoipaar bpnngs. WKA.ST. "wi tiijuu j.vj-, uhw sens, in vUte,Jobn Uay City. Pnirie City. Parkersvllla, -rucnans-s, cannier, uaiap iiarney. uranite, Monument, ML Vernon, Penota. JACKSOK. ADDlecata. Ashland. BrownsbnrouaTh. Ou. tral Pouu, Battle Petal, (i mat's Pass, Hot springs, JaeJCkoavUle. Lakeport. lnamU, Bock Point, Seta's Valley, Table Rock, AVll- iow springs, narron, mg none, 1 1 nuns' uvea foot's Creec, Usrdanellea, Pioneer, Wuudvllle- JOSKI'ULNK. Lucky ttneen. Murphy. I.AKS. ntler. Bonmnaa. IMrr. Chewanean. 1 trews' Vallev. Goose Lake. Lake View. Ijsneell Val ley, Unkvllla, Mernmasn, New Pine Creek, silver Lake, Htorsne River, sanmer Lake, Tale Lake, WhUeUll, WblUle's Ferry. Yainax, iievna. Bur Prairie. OoUave Qrove. CreswelL Camp Creek. Cartwrlgbta, Itexter, Eaene City, Franklin, Jnnetion. Tong Tom, Mo- nawa, i-teasant nut, suusw. spencer orees;. Kpnngneld, Trent, Willamette Porkii.Clvesber, iseianap npnngs, rmue waappointmeni,imw. East Fork, Oate Creek, Uoshen. Ida. Irving, isaaeiie, uesworg, uverpooi, Manei, jseKenaie nnuge, natnatw, wanerviue. mm, IbrdsvUle, IMamond Hill, Fox Val.-y. Urass Bldae. llarrtsbanr. Harris Baneh. Ilalaer. . 1 MHI J w 1H, 1111 IV, XNVWMVS.IV. (.I,l Jordan, Lebanon, Miller. Moddy, ML Pleasant, raoria, line, . -no, baeaa-s. noaa springs ne davllle.iiweet Home.Oakvllle, TangentWaler- loo. HAKIOX. Aurora, Aumsvtlle. Hntaevllle, field. Oervsls. Hubbard. JenV Brooks, Pair- Marloa Monitor. Newelisvllle. Haiern. Sllverton. Ktar ton. Hi. I'M)!. Turner. Woodboen, Aider, How ell rraine, Menanem, ctnniimity. MCLTKOMAH. us ranismi, ruwwwr. own, vwi7, W. Johns. Willamette Htoogh, Alblaa, Booster KocK, Hauviea. roue Bethel. Buena Vtota, Dallas. Sola, Elk Morn Orand Romle. Imdenendenee. I Jneoln. I.ockia mate, Lewlsville, Monmouth, ITrrydale, Kle- reatt. nansviiie, .en. Tlt-I-MOOk". (Ian bald! KUettes, Netarta, Nestoeklon, TU- laasook, Trasc, esuueaa. OHATILbA. Batter Creek, Henpner, Lenoe, Marshall, MaadowvUk. Milton. Pilot Bock. Pendleton, Umatilla. Weston, IwttysvtUe, Overton, Cen- treviUe, Midway, willows. ratoN, Cove. Island Cltv. LsOrande. North Powder, Hammervtlle. Union. Wallowa, Iudian, Klk Flat, Prairie Creek, Sparta. Antelope, Bridge Creek, Hood River, Mitch ell, ML uooa, rnnevnie, isoraviiie, nneiiroex, Rnanisb Hallow. The Dalles. Warm Sarina Wasco, Wl I loach by. Fossil, Pine Creek, Urn Hock. IfaJte uven, crown noffs, camp jmi, rteaehaies. Daftir. Howard. Xingsler. Alex. Rprtng Valley, Tyak Valley, Upper Oenoeo, Cascades Locks, waptniua. wahhinutok. Reaverton.Oedar Xtll, Cornelias, IX I ley, Klnr- estUiove.tieneoeaieenvuie,tuiisiioro,Mia' dleton. Mountain Dale. Peake. Hholl's Femr, Lavkus Ferrv. Tualatin. Wapatn. centervllle. Unloa. TAxniLu Amity, Bellewe, Carleton, Dayton, IaUay ette, McMinnvllle, North Yamhill, Kheridan, St. Joe, West Chebalem. Wbeatiaud, New berg. tVAMUNtrro.Y TIIIIIillOKY. LAI-UaH OOCKTT. Neah PysbL Bay. New lKinjrenees, Port A age lev. CLARK B. Battle O round, Brash Prairie, Fourth Plata, Martin's man, noneer, nusagnam, UBIOfl Ridge. Vancouver. Washougal, Fern lVatrte, La Center, Hayes, Yatoelta. CKsatAua. Odarvtlle. Chehalla Point, Klma, Hoqnlam, Montealno, OakvlHe, Batsop, Sharon, iwmmtt, COLCMBIl. Alpowla, Bnrksville. Dayton. Pomeroy.Tnk anon, Annette, Central Ferry. Mareugo. OOWUTS. Castle Rock. Freepnrt, Kalama, Lower Cow tits. Montieello, Mt. Cuflia, Oak iMInt, Pekin, Sll verliake, Coweeman, oleqoa. IS LAX u. Cuunevllle, Cove land, Dogally, Utaalady, Oak Harbor. jmrpgaaos. , Port lnaeorery, IHwt Ludlow, Pott Townsend. KIHO. Klark River, Dwamlsb, Fall City, Waaltle. fUangbter, Hnoquaimy. Sqnaek, White River, reiryVsileyoveltyllwusceoia, Kenton. KITS A I'. Port Blakely, l0rt Gamble, Port Madkwa, Piart Orchard, Seabeek, TeekliL KLICKITAT. IHoek 1 louse. Col umbos, Ooldendale. Klicki tat. White Salmon, Blakely, Futda, Rltekitat Laodlug. LKWIS. Algernon. BouHort, Cbeballs, Claqnato. Oow IIU, CHea Ues, UUle Falls. Meadow llroeV, Mossy Roek, Nspavtne. Newaakam..'kosknin ehaek, SUver Creek, Wlnloek, NaneUo. MASON. Areada, MghtvUle, Oakland, Hkokomlsk. i-a cine. Brace port. Brook Beld . Knappton Oyaierrll te. Riverside. South Bend. Unity, Woodwards Landing, Bay Center, Lake View, Houtb Meml, 1 1 waco. Plane k. Klbl, FrankHn, ladte View, New Taeoem, Poyallap, Stelbvroom City. Tacoma, Akii r town. Carbon. Acton, Summer, Muck, WMk4 soo, Artondale. SAN JCAX. San Juan, Lnpas, Orras, East Sound, Friday Harbor. SMOHOMIKH. Centervllle. Ixiwell, Mukllteo, Rnowomlsii Tulallp. Park Place, stamwood. SKAMANIA. Cajcades, Collins Landing. STBTDtS. Crab Creek, Four Lakes, Korf v.lvllle. Haasr man's Creek, line Orove, Kock Creek, Koaslia, Spokane llrldge, Spokane Falls, I'ntoa Rldee, wataers rrainr. THCBSTOS. Coai Bank, Beaver. Miami Prairie, Olvwjeja, Tannlqunlt. Tenino, Tumwuter, Yelm, Inde pendence. Key. WAHKIAKUM. Cathlamet, Kagle Cliff, Skamokaway, Water foni. WALLA WALL.V. Pataha Prairie, WalUburg. M'alla Walla, Whitman, Wallula. WHATCOM. Ceilar Grove, Qnemas, I Conner, Lehmhl, lAimml, Lvnden, Xootsachk. lViInt William, u...,h Keatinme. SlAiahmiMK Shin HarbOT. Ship Island, SkaglWTruder, Wbateom, FtdaUjo. WHITltAK. Cedar Creek, Colfax, Ewartsvllle,Oirenbrg Psloase. steptoe, union rial, waiton, union, lltchvllle, Panawana. Pln- Cierk, Rosalie. MihIoiiv. Lincoln, Patalia City, t'm-iiiiowii YAKIMA. Mtannm.Kllensbanr. Fort simcoe. KIIJHa,, K-'iiuou-iM.k. Nanutn. I'leasunt t,roe. Selah. lma- Money Order Offices. THIS JfBW NORTHWEST. K1USIIII YBAK Or rrJBHQlIIO" ! THE NEW NORTHWEST, A Weekly Journal i J DIVanO TO THE PcOFlE'S BEST IKTE3ESTS I Indepeudcnt In Polltirs and Kclislon ! Milt. A.J. DlAinAI Kdltor aoi rreprittcr. MRS. C. X. i..n.i. Ldltor. 0FH10E OF rUDLiaVTID'feaakwSM eat uer or Front and Whrneion BtrseU, (ap staln), Portland, 0riifl. BDITOIUAL ROOMrVSoraer Hwarth and "F" KtreoU. The New North wivit I net a Woman's Rtruls, but a. Human lttffhu isrtan, devoted to whatever p,Wey may be ustiaaary to seen re the greatest koihI to tbe grantest number. It knows no sex.no po!ttte,a religion, no party, no color, no ereeil. It foundation Is nuaened Hn Die roek hi rMetfurt Uberly, Universal Kmaneipatton ami Untnmtneiail Pragtesslon. THRM8, I.N AIIVAJJCK: Steel cf Ste ibSmi i.l l I 75 1 OU .'J1. 0J. J t Thre u: I.IIIt!It,VLIMrtDlBVri Agonts and Canvassers f NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! TUB 8F.IUAL STORY, 'tact, pate AND FANCY, " Ily JlHS. D0NIWAY, Is now idni: pulIsVled reRuUirly to week,. from week "s M4 SEKD IN 'YOUR ORDERS EARLY ! 'Ailly,Frlenils,totlieSnpiMirtor'lIunmn Miclits nuil The l'roiIea rIer. Motnvj: hood AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT HOUSE. IMPORTANT TO FAEMEES ! IMPROVED WHITEWATER FARM WAGON (OOVgMEST STASOABO), lunoraeiog many urv ana vainaMe lsaprosa meats never neiore seen on tbe ladac urnex. ineyareiuny warranted. Kaamlae and be convinced. The W bitewater i-spring Express and Plaliorm Jersey mill Concoril liiiTf lei All arstflass, and at reasonable pneet. We also nave THE WHIPPLE WAGON-etllDE, That can be used on Wagons, Reapers.Seeders, jisan,aM all jarin nscmstrj- I nss KARMKRtl FRIfcNIi, and the friend at bis team, as it relieves tbe tongue of all strain, making the wagon poll by the axles, and Inval uable to ail teamsters. ilarrhon Ilros.' Walking Plows, wood and sU'd beams, and tliclr Dcaic-mor-stcel licaai Sulky 1'levvs. .Twos Steal Beam Plows areone-thlrd lighter wan any in use. aud are easily ad lusted a operated. Tbe BaMT PIjOWH IN AMKKJOA, ana an entirely new m lug on this Coast. THE ESTKKLY Broadcast Seeder and Cttltirstor, The best of its class; soinetbing entirely new uasasw ; auaviuieiy wrcs-ieea ; noenange aMe searing; substantial and deaUaMe. look premium at tbe Centennial. Champion Railroad and Gux'dcn isaiTows; Unlike anything everseen In this market, and uir superior. A Fall Use of HTEKL UOOlX, embradbg Railroad and Mining Shovels and Picks, And all otlirr Farm aud U-trden Tools. CENTENNIAL BUGGY TOPS; A new and desirable article, which can be pat on any w.,j ,ii -BELLE OF TltE WEST" Salky and Potato -Sigger; A Orst-claas, wroucbl-irou Bulky, lo which can oe atiacueu a rotato-utgger, silock Rake, or Plow. A Full Lino of Wood Handles Oaf Dealers daairiaa Jnbbera nrfteaa u-lll please adUreas NBWXUKY. 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