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LIBRARY OF1 UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDoE. l-lr-i-i Tvaa rJtttnn A mkifw nrrlat of Ihe tat HCTDi Itdnw HUom of Cto Ifafai IfK UillUil. dI.itl"i" " "JWtopirti by Atwrteaa aamon aaaaaaVr to MaeidAt th triL iTintM rro nw etrt-trntyt Hatom, lvncr tyj.oa ilai p to la flij t aVfjant wlito rvinf of ationt tm ragr ww-h. ltmrvatatn.nairlt.atoai M par 'oteSMM L to TIL ; a,aad ivrivct mofr tton JuhiiamVL'rrladlaaM.thaiirblBall n w car mnnnr a i-itorr oi inni. m ni l uux a irmruan of uirv mn. and Mhrr vuitnw will Follow. N-.t two earn nxmUl, tut tto e MunafSiUiVUi aaaauK iuuna,iin ivjt, j21BVl Chambers's Encyclopaedia. AtttorHea firitoUhrarrof rnlTvraal Xnnrlcdr. e toe Cbambcn't Cncrfloiwdla arearaftelr, vMtoot toaAawriefta a4diUotu,racriJtcla Utthitu jtma. In th ailtu prtntad from ww elttiUjua latoiaaato Kto vary rMar aonpawU trpe. ItW.AnM MtU, rl.h.t7,S0t AJdaa adltloa (Oner, toaUc paaar. wis) aaafjiamX toll Mw la. gut tup, f g. In LUjrtjW UawwrimiBirtajadlrtBSdaUrcnaiopWBBWi7r What is the Verdict? ' Mmmi.9 eaa aaTord to on a rrrlorardU mt.- Kl'rnTlu. K. T. Waaaa osly rapwat oar branr comnwiwliaion of a arlutDa which place ia Um hands of tto paoplt tto toll r as a larar aoaunai poco. Ja. iwcntt. day of champ and kockI Look U um more Ith n ( and tfc American Book Cxchann Baorttt tto proin far aai m, PUlaoWlphU. IVna. mmm rich ralatlTr left yo a nwai fartuni hk h rn a- tventlnx In pabUhIna' bookj for tto paaala at irao,XftamtrjoBriai4e. imtMittLeuld UneiiuiUwrBlrU4whattlafaarB.r.D0PB- Jthtaaaam OlPLT. ratM aar man mar. iM crrrr man f hnuLl. have a llbrarr. 1U AUm. Chlcam. rn Uromdralnbonk-iuaktnir- Airwil I!r Mil nn ha. a rood library. W proaoaaoa ttov tto tost aaonr r that rrr cmjnr limriKtwv. -n H. . Humi a aaattvr of wnnlar how aoeh buoka. in firm blndln t with aruod Mnrr aau amail ! a Im iJWm amaki - J J "' fell ft nratarr which ewin not Mticf 4 ft explain liow the American Book atetoafra caa afford to a rvaanrnoir coMp ptm a ci ixttc. tnocr jm iit nw w inrunra to anrer as uem, d i annaBDuinaiKDowuuDr'inaiiuioruMuvujcii ii i oa cttq riacw narr, an ra caanoa aar ffa hava hrtoffrtr avra grarnoa nctlrrJ of thU work, brrattao wa ht llera wa aiw-dolnw a tawoa Aa mm raaton ta as dotac .-iw. t tlra. Ohio. jtaattrily oblaeratM thr 4rrrrt tj many who rrally want a rood rnryrlopwdla, bat ara naabla ta fat aaraix ro odttJoaa. uitc a aumlarr of cur lraJn are aubamtjrra for it, and of no pabUralloa t nrrntlatettatdrarrTraolarsvabareof public jtoZ; ataaritly law prkta. - Jmrt, B tm. ! WhlnvAn II Book Kxrbanir" I doinc a rery rrttaj-Lauo work in in rrproaaeuoB ec atoractar of thia marrr lou-ly low work b too wtll known to nred ranch elaboratloa of Ita BierUa, Wa- anatatM 'tfcaf ara wrll prtoUd and IxmivL TVrfwn U va4!y moro rnrrnlrtit than tto t aoa5o,BBMa j-'-gS I ttotr pnew to rtup la-ynbd all prm"1rnt In U-maklnr -tmmdmf CmftUt, Cotmntboa. Ohio. rrvoarrd with the rrratt dilicrnn anl kilL and the litrary ararrs whlrh ton baea mrbaakt at anaaaa ua lonarr arurir pimani aa fii m wxvugnij lonruniTe aaa irvn irtbrataaJ ita tova beoa omitted, and -ivtaUr in IIh orimdhr. I4rt4i raJ. and historical arUck, I aiaTfryiatiaai. taniarta a, i. aawiy.T4f4i ClnHnnattlVO. ap ta tto rery lain dt. llianiiarta'a, ut fact, i U cbrapna, the mo compWf, and la all aaaaaj tta irraph i It toa givaa aat rrmt 4frarp to rveommnd jonr rt4.1 rrtrprfo thrvneboat Tlrtiala. Toar are a aaaaa wisa im4 t intwtra. utiq-w. jiBunyur, ww, iuhdh, ana mwuq, aa aaaBBB aaasary. k. n. tuai Tto books are rrorlTrd lariaiaaia of lha i BL K. RaKarrr ltlrhmnn t. a. imviwl I amvrll idrauaml with thm. TnrmmnTla wrwth aiara to tto rwaaody Fand. Itmakramo iWlrondtoliMikat yoarcataia-uc Toa tkarrve tto pratoa of all c aaaa. a., n. inn, l aaain vnirar. .lonn imnx iu. or biMatnca on tbe man bo inrrniri MUttinc untuand more for Mia who asm that o ax Baa miow-ouantrrmpa. Tor bou wrutn i ui rrrrivrl rram liio aia aimnairai '.. m v"i iTT. iMor twinaaiiiiioai uwui, " uurwwtr, w. Standard Books. -!W?"J Kaeanlayv " Eaeland rrdoml fnmt t?M to $1 tt; tilbUm'a I1wiwb'' fmrn ttLfW to t2.h IJUna -Attrirnl lliatna-r. ... --- - --- .. .. fc".. : -i, .. --. :&sr;'i'r.SLB&! ftrylaiwl," Uckzut - f ranr. UnuM- trmany. Ojlyleli " French RrtotaUoB," ckfltaar IB war, umuja uhmw uc norio, -rrrnocNaa,J rjvopnn, a of tto tTtttauthoriihohaTr woo rlaief aire life 1 too hort to read all fhHr PiVwaoiaa a ran rraa tc earn. rairainin uwnu. lancriinr. a 10 o rran rara. sioci-a b-bi:ibbbbi laioa-i-Xn-ijWld."'Do'a--lMa.4.lljirt-,uiw'X"KlnB n"Iw7lM a." HnarhMa 1'l,artT.w Ttoilwni'a ffewcooe.rcvwp bfaa Tiaaw Iaffaara-irliinr " Mt fiajiaiira father and Son, KfadVa " Luve Me little Irvlrf " Kntc krrr Vrr.- Vm antr'a " Una yalaote, Hafo"a rOwrrr"-Mihlrarii."Ije pr"l lOaO M. Ml-MwUI- - U-r I t-r - MoU k'a J ailvX" KlncbyaB-llypaCia,- L-'kwttoa-TAiihcmt Metaaar- Bsta- oha Uallfax," BroaUl -Jane Krra,-- StP TvrntJ-rlffflt MAndurl hnnlv tTorrM In lt fn4n f3-S to ST0: 1noc I4bw waitMf I Ot 1..T1JN', JlMkUMJ, LIU.KN2. lAOMIUUT, ANMW1, OHUJC I 4DWIB, UUHH,AnH toil, trr, J Toll, tU: Jlllton. I J nl. !ont. 3Tnt: TirrO. X rrn: IIoBr"l n.d rBUj Hoincr- " lAlfuor,' . nU. "Ujil U Au," too dltioo, mtij Ucnua'a, W rMTTf. '- CtianbrinTHTr'riUkUilnrr.''rnliirMrrnalan-.Tkla(fnafHJ tlreflTiNl! tofoemt., HrmuU-Mlnjt-tmnVM Mllv. -v-rnriMdr.-ara ToU.(roa(Ui UWIinVi t., Hmbi ruwt',Chrvnlcli-"ntuI-tulofliO;-1hakoiui"rnntt.ntonaMt PtriotUm.- w cvnu. PlBUm.- -JGnfB ..--Mnn.-li.iw- "J UalU .-' Ti.rK" -Onll Kalcral llliofj," JITffPaai -HaMBaafTCanntatlM. Krt aMJUlUiK Mra-u. -KrtlaUcrrlal.-UcRiU. IBWW Itk. rrd-Kml frvm IK ! Col 'Ikk-', 'Utr ItirM- fevm W. to M ea "Jlim-I'n'ork-ILM. I Iteilr Inlm" r I3rllrn17 rmt. nrt lr rrr - W rn' IMigious. Tinrr tMMtifiri Homes. 1 UaotWrm. CartH aayi Revolution Pamphlets i for W onrn." 39 rvnU -l"nrnf lriy-JO "rrcnt. "Nayiiurly author "axera, 3oi"niiaai"VTi ia-y mium i"jt ilv MisceHincois. PrWt "Thy Art of rVaalirr'n Suhortwn IIni nnwnda, redored froai tM ! ajca. tvroi itot rv t tni rTrrpaiiiUVM-ain ini r-aniry. ffvcaoraaTB "Tbrn l no otlx-r tik that rnn oitn-Mr- with It for th wanta of eoauaom U to fall of cwm! at-iwe aud Ouo f rrlinff that it ahuuld b in arery rUlafe Ubiarj.1 Oaly book of the hlf br -Ut arf n !M-t I I t m. nn-l tn v r-a arr low Ihotm) rooirarlann with ttoetoaaaat erer natote li i i iiraxrntan.iatiion,'nn:"trrir iraiu. r rna ua iMiowinB; tawa-,au mmm tdaaabrtdMl,p-- pal1.at th" prim nntr awraaiay a -1 Jte r rroencv i n tr-T. rnrrr t rtr--. tLtt rrtlr tTi. prlre S rents. lirn aara uirri ivrT iiurm. rm m i i"""". - ijiic itiiit ii(TtTa !-. IAinf lila" hi Kilwln 4-nUl IVnnirtiW. ti A latitilut mnt. LnibTl nr. TirVe t tTaoa,R3rhcaMMaaHnf Chrt-t. hirli. ! CO. Ik.-at.tifu) brrTtertypr.prireSrcala uttMi tl. 1 ri. Hieirrtpr. itioe'a iucnm a iTtirrraa. ' xoaiarvi jj" lVatrlptlve eatalnar rent frre on teinr-t, Knnlt by lonl d-aJl, tooftiy order, ratiatcred trttae, orb-fa rracUi-Oa of MMdoUvmay bofYtitlnrr-vrreUaiuj. Addrm lart CJmmo tf Vf a I-ifr " hr Iniaitlp. t'. " Vtaar of Wfakeflri4 " fty jrr .om1m.-uiI1i. lrrbT tp-". latitlfnl print, prkwtraatl. ', KjMiru irauiuu prut, rncc a ctwibw AMERICAN BOOK EXCHANGE, SJonK B. ALDEN, MAXAnsit. Tribune Btildlnr, Hew Terk. - . .. . .. ..r. . . ....... -. & - I uaf.nrt i"niia'inrua. uarrT ".tvt tnnrinnara, itanen taaraa ax uai lu.r.wtn.iart Jr t.t OnrtMid. ith.Di.l1aikJ:Co.i tbttav aaaaa. TBaawkCw.tChVaro,AWrti.t Cfli..ci 4iat urti an Fraartaro. Conmajbaam. Cartlai at WaaakiaV ifT JW1- t rtTrT " " i la HiIWr to n the Ichdlng book amtor, valy oaa ta a placo. 1881. Harper's Magazine, XT iTjTJ B'X'.' .-tA.'X'E D. irtac Ui tabject oljertirelf till from the point si tiw imiif lo profile tnai i WKjfinr.-wiu nil tbe man errric t ambtrw.l Ion ttm mnplnH tk. - aiaaaM kavebet one work for a psblic llbrarr. Mall aalMI unnlal. t nf Ur'm If Ufa " Ojaaaaa FaAacta adabs, Jr. 'JmrnHntt are cmribute br th, meet B(sit aMtanaalartMaof aurstwana Jlmerka, vbile Oa liaiiaililni I of IU pa blither be, nude them aaataawiiT trim with tbedeeireortbe public ma iaij will apare ae effort to fruifr. HAfiPER'S PERIODICALS. AarSK-8 MAOAXnta.eMTear. t 4 00 BABPXK1 WEIKLT, om jeer 4 00 KamrUfS BAZAS, one rear. 4 00 fca TBEKK abate pebllplUat. eae year. 10 00 Aaf TWO aWre aimed, onfjrtr TOO 8ABMX'f TOCSa PEOPLE, eae rear 1 M rTiQUi tree to all ealeerihen U tbe Called aMaaaaaOaaAa. f Um lUaAatxa beaia 10i tkc e aad Demaber et each rear. I epedted.lt m be BOderetood waaaa to nau vita tae ear- 1881. Harper's Bazar TT iT i U W'mL.'V ! ,L. e Bet af Haraa'a XaaAaixa, ceaprhv mb.1b aeateletk MaiWar wiUbeeeat ai lieaiai 1 aiaaaai af aarrtaair na raaji per Teloaw. Stafte toIbbm, br Ulata aaaav aw btadiaf, as aaara efleee. ara net toceartadaadraraJacBMat araerarmAaraaa iTeek. fewer aSaHrltVlareV AMr Bi TkU pppalar perladkal Is pre-aalaaaOy a terr nl fortbehonaekold. Kterr Member farnUbe the Uteet tafbrmttloe la raierdta Feeaioa ia -draaj and araameat, tbe aeveat end rooet larnrared paUeme, with deerrip tlra articlae derired from aathenUr- aad eriaiael eoaren; while lie Sterlet, Peene, aad Eeatreoa Kocial and Pnianale Topiet, ftre rartrrr H, eel. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. nARPK-3BAEAH,aertex. (4 01 HARPErrSaUQAZtKateaeyea. IN HAHPEnWSnXT, saw rear W All THEK1 abere pallreMiai,e, year.. 30 at Any TWO aboTeae,ee)e year. T at UARPXtTS TOCXO PBOPL7, saw year. . 1 M ?Maa.M ? aB ewbaeribm la tbe rattai TVelaauaar tbaBaavuibaata wHk their ""rear: Wbenaottaw y. Hwfllba aeaVrelaed ekat tbe tab- jcrtter wlabet 1 1, aaaajaaa, with aba Xamejoraext aAjr the. receipt ef law eater. Ta, Ima enj.,. -- - ataaa,toatMrabaiaearwbaaaaraaa -- - aaaa i LWIVJlMia. iCtoaa aWaaai Ujwbe-eHby-, BBH CMh JBtat wlttalalt aVWaojaaaaaaeawtof tjwaajajMaj aWBawWmwtTmw- THE LCATMCR EML , ' TbCTelaabofribkMyatB7a(Hittk laaMe iMbMeBcen to a eoach. if at) flaaM tmiyfiaa UtOl oat. FredlUBgwoodhadabaaed-takxeoB-totaieafreaetlkrwidaapoUcxlaUk Bwekerekler, a fcw 'rather good eitjan aadaaaMll botUeerffiMtoCruraat; He waaeakk wartoETaadeatoBpaad a day aad eat a Tbankiariving dlaner with a geBtlenuui whom he knew atereljr la a baalBeaa way. Benarly clerkt are not often atked oat through letter by tbe senior part aer'a brother to a ThankagiviBf din aer, and ao young BIngwood, being exceptionally fond of turkey and pumpkin pie, badaet out that forenoon with tbe lireileat antieipatlotM of ea iovment. The holiday out of town waa an Immense thing, not to apeak of a day ana nignt in a country nouse aad twenty miles of coach and coun try road. A very singular looking female, In tbe proverbial nubia and coarse black gown, tat bolt upright in one corner opposite Fred, while tbe middle seat was occupied by a gentleman of fifty years, perhaps, in a darU snrtout, a Mack stock, which he wore uncom monly bieb. and a red flannel bandage around bis bead and face, covering his ears. DuringarelayoflmnirsatliaBg .coke Fred undid his luage and ap pnea nimseii to me rum sparingly. " A little spirit cheers tbe heart and elevates tbe soul," said tbe man with tbe bandage. "Have some? "said Fred, in duty bound, extending the fla-k. Untying the bandage tbe stranger reduced the quantity in tbe bottle to a mere gill at a gulp. " Poison poison, " said be, senten tiouslr. Now there was a peculiarity about tuis man wntcn gave t red a cold until and made him nit further away, and when the coach rattled oil be got such ajerK as gave me uacitoi iiih Head a lump as big aa an egg. The man who did not object to poison calmly rt-plac- eu me reu nannei. nc nau a curiously deep red scar across bis right clieek, extending from bis temple toliischln, and his right ear was done up in black morocco. Instantly Fred felt for hit pocKet-uooK, aim sudueniy remember ed that lie Had none. He carried a handful of loose coin in the trowscrs pockets, and mighty lucky was be In the middle of ttie week to be able to jingle u bit of silver be carried with him to Evanden. The man in the middle got out at Sterling, where the coach took a head er, and Fred actually felt relieved, as no doubt did the lady in the black gown, although thenceforth she kept her eye mainly on r red, who, in truth, bad a rather rqkish air, but so little egotism that lie lull only moderutely flattered by the lady's attention, and rather conceived the Idea that she en tertained lively doubts as to hid re spectability. "That man, madam," remarked 1-red, with great nnnclial ence. after the stranger bad scrambled out of the coach, leaving it to King wood and tbe young lady in the black gown, " that man is one of the great est rascals of the day." "Good gracious!" exclaimed the lady, with a nervous spasm, "you don't say so. What does lie do most ly?" "Oh, as to that, it h easier telling what he does not do. He doesn't do anything elderly and nice, but every thing of the Dlck-Turpin-Sixteen-String-Sack sort, you understand. It's a wonder our heads arc on our shoul ders." "Why didn't you say o before?" snapped the lady, with great asperity. "Well, I should have protected you, you know, had be dared any of his high-jacks in here. As for me, I would defy any robber to find my money." "You don't say so," remarked a very cold-blooded voice at one win dow. The coach had come to a dead stop at a point of road completely shrouded by dark evergreens, on which the first few feathery flakes of snow lay like rivulets of seed pearls. Fred's heart galloped up in hN throat, and came near going down the barrel of his carbine which the gen tleman in the flannel bandage rested at full cock on the fill. "Come, you know; this it devilish mean in a chap who has just drank my llquur down ut a mouthful," re moustrated Fred, his hands trembling too much to find the way to his jack ets. " It was nil your fault," shrieked the lady in the nubia; "you enticed him to get drunk and be bold." " Perhaps you will intimate next, madam, that I nin his aide-de-camp," said poor Fred, in the last stages ofde spair, talking wilder to get time. " Do I look like a robber's apprentice?" " les. you uo." At this the highwayman laughed up roarously, so much so that the bandage slipped off and revealed that horrible leather ear again, which gave him so sinister n looK that t red Tairly recoiled to the other side of the coach. "' Come, conic ; I've no time to wate here. Unless you wish to drive me to extreme measure, you'll hand over j-our valuables directly. Madam, I've taken a fancy to that gold snufr-hox and watch seal." "Wretch! I'll die find. My poor dead Tobias gave me these before he went to heaven sixteen years ago." Fred had but two treasures in the world. One was the heart of a won derfully pretty girl ; the other was lit r picture in miniature done up quaintly with a gold back, surmounted by insignificant little pearls. Priceless in Fred's eyes, thouirh it was but a shabby little trinket. He had given up all bones of ever possessing Emily, who was his senior partner's niece, a girl whose visits to that dull old iron house iiad left each time a broad band of sunlight in his dull, hard life. She had gone back homo now, somewhere very far away thousands of miles be thought, anil in giving the miniature had whispered three words : " C!ood-byc hop( wait." "What have you there? ""said the robber, sternly, as Fred enneavoreil to conceal the locket up his coat cufT. "No, tricks, sir; be quick! out 'with it! Is it valuable?" " Yes; it is the picture ofthc woman I love and never hoe to see again, and death only will rub me of it. You can kill mo if you will, but pollute this token you shall not." Under ex citement I- red was coining out man fully. He was a fine muscular young fellow, and when his blood was up cared very little for threats or fire arms. "You may keep that bundle, Mr. Ringwood," said the highwayman, scornfully, as familiar with Fred as if he bad stood godfather to him twenty three years before. "My real obiect'is not to take trifles from you, but an im portant bit of Information. You are the rather poorly paid but confidential cllrk of Giles, Lead belter A Head, of Camberwell Road and Harrowicb. I must know who deposits the funds in Ithe safe, how late it remains there, and who will be on watch there to night at IS." The lady in the black gown seemed transfixed with horror. All this going on under her nose, Fred gave a last thought to Emily Giles, and buttoned her locket up over his heart. "Why, you villain," said he, fold ing bis arms over it tenderly. "Be tray ray employers the men who be friended me. an outcast and foundlini. and also trust me as they trust no one etaer i ou are welcome to blow my body full of holes, if that will aratifv you, but never a word will I sneak of their affalra while I have a drop of warai oiooa ia any ooay." The robber Bade a motion toward Fred very difficult to understand, while the lady In the black gown threw her tat anas around hit neck, much to hit dismay. "Dear fellow,' ' the murmured. Here there waa a mothered cry out side, a scuffle of a moment's duration oa the frosea ground, and the driver cracked hit whin. The horses d1hb ed forward at a mad gallop, and ia aa beur'a time were drawn up before a auperb avenue of cheatauta leading to a augaUtoeat old, red brick country boat with window casement. That was Eyanden, and Fred, feel lac anY aad tore, fan of knocks aad eMwaa mis hair terribly toatkd, banded Ma bag to a valet, whoeame to meet turn, with the air of a young D'Ortay, t: ' iii . ip i ii .. n -jjaa atialaiataaaek boawaadavndMoal nrarairaa rtr Mawnh baa a hi atwltatTote'raBtlawti """J of Dinner aaraltlnr annh 'rm.v.- glytag dinner as oaaaaW-tt expset to TilS ,. "0I-- lit wat Fred'sturprkve to tee Emily Giles ad- to enact hub wiin a urettr trOWB vhinh nullr matched her eyet, while Leonard Giles, tbe senior partner's brother, smiled an in approval, and a stout, Jderly lady in a black gown stood holding a gold snuff-box in her mit tened hand, looked at him benignant iy- "No adventure coming down, Mr. Ringwood;" atked the senior partner's brother, after the dessert had come on, anil Fred was growing deliriously bap- with Emily "Ao robbers no stoppages, or any thing of that sort. We fancied you py eating philopenas across corners. were a little late, Mrs. Waggoner and Mrs. Waggoner was Emily's more than mother. "Nothing worth mentioning, an swered Fred, turning a trifle red in the face as he remembered the run which was plentifully diluted with water and annlsseed. "Fredrick you are a good fellow and full of the right stuff. Emily, I don't mind telling you, my dear, that you have made an excellent choice of a husband. From to-night. Mr. Ring wood, you enter my brother's business as an interested clerk, with a partner ship in view, while I've no doubt that we can make all things satisfactory to you at Evanden." Emily and Fred go down every year to cat Thanksgiving aud Chrtsfmas dinners at Evanden. BOB TOOMBS AND HIS BRASS BAND. I suppose, every one connected in nny way with the University of Geor gia, lias heard of the famous oak in front of the chapel, and in connection with it I will relate an anecdote of Hob Toombs, showing his impetuous, irresistible nature, which so character ized him in his after life. Toombs had been attending college two years, and was within a week of graduating, when, in a dilliculty, he stabbed one of the students, inflicting a serious but not fatal wound. For this act be was expelled by the faculty, who soon after were petitioned bv the graduating class to allow him to finish with them, as he had so nearly com pleted his course, and had also been given a sneaker's place. Toombs him self petitioned them, but both were re fused. He apparently submitted, but on commencement day, when the chapel was crowded with visitors, aud the seniors vehemently orating pre paratorily and receiving their diplo mas, he stationed a brass band under the spreading llm'js of the oak, whose music succeeded in bringing spires of town people who were not within the chapel, and also of cleariug nearly all its audience. Then in as cool a manner us possible, he placed him-elf in a chair ami made an oration such, it is said, as was never spoken by "a st uden tjhere before or niiiee. lie never received his diploma, though after his celebrated Itoston speech it wns sent to him, but was returned with the answer, "D ti the diploma; when It would have been an honor to me 1 was refused it; now, when I am an honor to it, it is offered me." He was afterwards reconciled with the faculty, and is now one of the staunch est supporters of the college. From the Atlanta Constitution. THE AMERICAN DANGER FOR EUROPE From the Vienna Peulvher ZItan;, Jan. 40. The really greatest feature of the nineteenth century is the siiirantie growth of cereals in thu United States of America. No mortal, be he ever hi shrewd, can estimate the future retro gressive effect of this production un i-.urope; mat a mighty stream comes from there; that it threatens our farm lands and makes them unlit for rental : that a shrinkage in the rent of farm lands will ensue ; that the entire social system Is affected ; that, in one word, a storm is guthprlug In America that promises to cause sad havoc to old Eu rope, with itsdivcrslfied and tradition al, agricultural, social anil political institutions, can not oeanumed. The wheat fields of the United Slates produced from 14,000,00(1 Im-hels in 1871 to 22,900,000 bushels in 187S. The production of wheat increased front L'7,400.000 centimeters in IS-jO to 114, 700,000 centimeters in 1879, of which but MJBTi per cent, were used. The remaining 85.15 cent, or 40,000,000 centimeters, were exported to Europe, where the largest wheat crop the Austro-Hungarian even known, that or 1808, did not amount to O.OOO.OiiO centimeters. The corn crops have been about three times as large as the wheat crops. Ow ing tn the difference in the price of meat in thiscountrynnd Americ.i, dis coveries arc being mnde every M-a-on of the year that will obviate the ditll cuitles of trancport.it ion aem-s the ocean, and such progress is being made that living cattle have been shipped from Ilucnes Ayrrs which "reached England in twenty-live days. If the shipper can make money with i-o lengthy a shipBKiit, it mil easily be believed that the transhipment of cat tle from North America the time for winch Is on an average eleven or twelve days will Increase. An a-n-elation has been formed in London fc r the shipment, in four large steamers each of 4.500 tons capacity, of Amer ican came ami poultry to i-.ni:inil This shows that this branch of com merce is considered a afe one. Tbe exportatlous from the United States and Camillas are not routined nlonetn grain ami cattle, but include also n large amount of provisions. We do not speak first of pork from theold and new " I'orknpolls " (Cincinnati and Chicago), although in Chicago alone some 5.000.000 hogs were killed. Hut we think of cheese, butter and halt meats, preserves of all kinds, even fruit and California wines. Auicrlc in cheese has a large market in England. Condensed milk begins to appear in the list of American exports. The ex- IHirtations of salt meats amounted to j.OV-O.OOO gulden In 1879, besides 0. 230,000 for Pickled fish and 2,010,00:) for fresh and dried provisions. Amer ican oysters have by this time been introduced into England, and even prepared plum-puddings were recently sent toJEngland by an enterprising Yankee. This may appear refreshing but tbe fact is a very serious one. that American exports (including pork and bacon of course) amounting in 1S79 to 23.1,000,000 gold gulden. One sometimes consoles himself with the thought that only a combi nation of circumstances, as in Austro Hungary iu 1867 and 1SS. caused the American exports of 1879 ami 18M). Rut one says that America is overtax ing itself, that its fertile fields will be overcultlvated, and that a natural com petition will then ensue. This last conjecture may be admitted with some degree Of truth. America bos enjoyed really good harvests during late years, while those of Europe were but passa ble sr bad : especially the latter in England. Rut a country that, with a good harvest, can export one-third of Its crops will have sufficient in case of but an average crop. Resides, in America the wheat crop Increases with each successive year, and covers an area blessed with such variety of climate as to insure a regularity of harvests. The Americans are to lie credited with aa agricultural system, for of the wheat and corn area capable of pro ducinga59.OOO.0O0 bushels, but 315.000.- 000 are under the plow, that certain portions of tbe farm lands may regain their fertility. Until a real scarcity of fertile area is noticeable, will the Americans have accumulated so much capital, they will have become so rich, their lands so well cultivated, and the people ap ladaatfioas that they can easily inaugurate a domestic business system. It is not to be doubted but that they will attend to their domestic business affairs as energetically as they do ferehra bawiaaas at present. Rut the mum far consideration, we fear, are short-lired.'aBd we will make a great mittarr if we do aot earnestly consider the competition of the United It Is - ee- eriaeewaaUagaatat. Tin tioiailnrt of Mrs. Buraett's.aiapaat novelette, "AFadrBartarlaa," gU be eagerly read by these who have read the fret part, aad will be found eveamorela terestiag. That this story adds new laurels to the author's reputation is not doubted by any one who has read it through. "Ericsson's Deatreyer, and her New Gun," is tbe subject of a paper, by Mr. Charles Rarnard, which has the advantage of presenting the first drawings of this long-expected piece of armament, with some fresh details. In "Musical Possibilities or America," Mr. Theodore Thomas writes practically of vocal and instru mental culture, church and theater music, bad and good methods of teach ing, and of American violins. Never-before-engraved portraits of Charles and Mary Lamb, from old paintings, embellish a short paper by Mr. John Arbuckle. "In London with Dick ens" is a chronicle of tbe localities of Roz, including Mr. Tulkingborn's house, Limebouse Hole, Jenny Wren's house, the Inns of Court, etc. Dr. R. E. Martin, who contributes this paper, writes from personal familiari ty with the places which he describes. Another similar paper is to follow. There is an illustrated nrticloon "John Shiugleton Copley," by his grand daughter, Mrs. Amory, giving a bio graphical account of an American painter popularly little known, and pre-enting engravings of "Tbe Roy aud the Flving-Squlrrel," the "Boy He-cued from a Shark," "Lady Went worth," and oilier illustrations. Estill further variety is given to the number by a second paper of "Recollections of American society," uy .Mrs. . v . Oakt-y; nn illustrated paper on "Strip ed Has," by Mr. Francis Endicott; an account of "Protestantism In Italy," by Itev. Washington Gladden; more "Notes of a Walker." includiug dis cussion of .Shakes pere's natural history, by John Burroughs; "A Dangerous Virtue," a striking short story, by Mr. H. 11. Bovctcn: the fifth part of Mr. Schuyler's yPeter the Great as Ruler and Reformer," illustrated by Blum, Xehlig, nud others, and the conclud ing papor of "Glimpses of Parisian Art," with studio sketches of Jour dalu. Alfred Stevens. Rico. Egusnuiza, Madraro, and others, and Interesting ersonal material. Among the poems there Is a sonnet ("Two Homes") uy Dr. Holland, who, iu "Topics of tbe Time," writes of "George Eliot" and "The Metropolitan Museum," ami takes note of Bishop Coxe's exception to part ofa recent paper in Scmdnki. on the Bible Society. "Home and So cietv" treats of "A Mother's Duty to her Girls," "A New Cooking-Stove," ami "Servants' Rooms and Quarters." The book notices are by specialists, us is the aim or the magazine; and this itinntli tliMV linvn iiiiipIi vurietv aild suggestiveness, n review of "Endy- mion" being especially interesting. "The World's Work" deals with "Artificial Ballast," "Power for Pleasure-Boats," "Optical Tests for Milk," etc., and "Bric-a-Brac" has liumoraud Iilcasantry of its own well-established dud. TH0S. PAINE'S BONES. The Xew York correspondent of the Cincinnati (tizittc recalls the half for gotten fact that the bones of Thos. Paine, whose birthday was recently celebrated by Ids admirers, do uot re-pn-e in American soil. Thu State of Xew York presented Paine with n farm at Xew ltoehelle, in recognition of his services in behalf of American freedom. He never lived on it, how ever. In ISO!) he died, nud his body was interred on Ids farm. Iu 1819, William Corbctt visited tills country, and on his return to England, took Paiuc's bones with him. Corbett ex pected to get up a sensational funeral in that country, but found very little interest manifested in his plan. So he allowed the box containing the bones to be stored In a public warehouse, where they were forgotten and lost. Xo one knows what became of them. Byron wrote a famous epigram on the occasion, reading: ln digging UP Tom rtlne't hont. Will, fo-lxtt, jWt'1oii wrll; II meets you on earth again. You'll meet Mm down In hell.' Twenty years after Corbett's visit. in 1&)9, the admirers of Paine erected a monument to Ids memory, near the spot where his body was first buried, and this shaft, it is stated, is in a de lapldated condition. The fact that a committee was appointed to effect its restoration, recalls these facts codcern iug the final disposal of the remains of Thomas Paiue. aoi r fn Uta wotlS ;tnfaraaek, Champion Windmill Power. fimcTLTmr-iimOT. Jae.Catsfiei EaSHE!! L AH Of ort Milts art raSy tMeaves. acq art awaal ta f amUl at tto market la aa Sees, sod r-orrior a tVXBaaBT. Willi COX atte. a Beatntrtieu any one can sit tasea trp. Ve nre aa JBaaaaariE;t---n;:!i 3 u-jcU vug uruuiw; TAB' SJtMBtBBaMBaeBBel WooiPuap mA Wafc aiCC!alB-aJeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBeK t Iron V.la.aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBei " SLaX! b " - BaH frays to a -aaaaaaaaaaaaa! fftaar ft? ' ?lal---HBBWMfB WaasSWBerseagBaeaeaeaeaeaiBBBaeaeaeaeal aba BaM aeatttfllaaeaeaeaB !-ti-Baaall,ala! baCaaaaaLaaaaeeaaaaeaaaaaeaaaae! MaabvMMaaaal99 UgMCaattwaaaetataOraiar. KTWLL 4 D0U0LAB, Wtatagta, TJ Sherlfs FirclaajatleM antTito tlce f Election. STATE OF KANfAM .. S.LI-B COCJtTT, J " Where-, on the 3rd dir of Februr, A. P-1SS1, tbe Board of Count- CommLol neri of Saline countr, ia tbe Sute of Kituu. dur raid and canted to be entered of record opon tlie Journal of Mid Board tbe following order, to-wli: On tbb, the 3rd dj of Febr-oary. A. D. 11, the Board of CoontT Commbtioner of Saline ronntf. Kan, being dalj convened ia an adjournal meeting of their regular teuton, at the otSc- if the Countf Clerk of rail count-. In tbe citjr uf Si lica, the countr ct of ild countr, pursuant to the ttute lauchcae pro-ided.tuade and cutied of record tbe following nler,to.wIt: In the matter of mbv-tii lU-n to the caplul stuck or the Topeka, Salina and Western Kailrual Co-u-Danr br SUlae countr: tlitrnii neililn Iu rlt. lnir. i-ncd br Iaiac A. Burch and sso other or the rwident Uiplj-n cf the countr of .-alin-. State of Kanu,aud I In-more than tu-flitbof the reiidenttaiparers in aald countr, rmt-etn.ou thi 3rd dr or February. A. P. IsM". pre-ented lo the lloarl of County locimbjion-r of uld rouuty of Saline, for the consideration aid actinn or aid Boirl, there llng pretent W. B. Scholl chairman and Anion Mlllerand Olof Fome member thereof (conttltuting a full Board), and Jo-q.ti ar-nt. County Clerk of aald county and clerk of aid Board: which aald petlUon, with the iUnature thereto omitted, i in the word and trim follow ing, to-wil .- rrriTiON. In the Matter of Subscription to the Capital Stork of the Topeka, Saltna and Western Itallroad Com pany by Saline county. Ii (A Hifunlte Board of OnaCy Cuwmiiiioifjl t the county f SjIim, Stall of Auxeia . Whereas, the Torxk. ea'lna and We-tern Hall- road Company propose to construct and operate a raiiroaa, oi uinaara taire. mm me Lity !y Uae -of a-M twenty within tvetitT-fotir Aa tftakt rkilrewd I set com pitted laaforeuidinto aalttroagh nil coaaty. to the point and point there aecMed. aad within the time and time abor prorated, then the -all londi ol rati caaety, executed and to be Utued for th purpoM a herein proTided,orab portion ofthemaithall be rojalatnc In escrow, ana the sal 1 company hall aet be enttiied to hare and reeclte. under the lerjiw of tbb rmpaitlon, thill hrrtme furfrltrd and be surrendered to said Buard of (.ountr t'nm mjiaucr to be canceled and destroy.!, llu't thi proritlon thaU nstbe cuustruedin any manner tw a-fect the rlhtof nU coujuir to ba-eand recelre aid booda. or any portion thrf. ujn omt le- " u any teciion or ecctioas oi us railnuil as ' herein proildid. r ' As soon a etch of said sections or portions of aid railroad within taM ceentr shall be ti.nw UtI la ranning order, and operatril aa atorraU, aH caiapanr ttiall. in wnlini. to:lfy the lVjani f County CoumUsionrr of that fwt.a.d tbmstun the a id Board thai! make, or cause to be made.aii SUV rail beimi wiuimmuii vpcrsiru as Herein priticu. tl.en i taeaaU Board of Coanty Coumi.iocrs nftakl I county shall. In conlunrtion with a ilulr ilrivimp.1 oficer of saU ralinvU companr. fjttliwith. in ' AC19QIBT0TK GET THE BEST! wan ooaratnait mate, or cause to U-marie.ah ispection of eald pottle nrseclxin of il liueof dlroad so eomple td; anl n.n th iM B,ri Fln satisfied that th same ha, l-rn coa-tniitrd, writing, leanest and direct the sikl Treasurer f the State of Kansa todelirer sail tk and jomls JLaiiflgll.'lltai t line of State of Kansas, westwardly, nj In so doini; to run the ante through the Mid county of Saline, and ttence weatwanlly a authorized by It chatter. Now, therefore, we, the urSdersUned resident lai- Eyera of tbe saU county of Saline, ami Mate of inaaa, respectfully represent to your Honorable body that, in our opinion, the p-ople of taM county are desirou of aidiug the said Topeka. Mlina and Western Railroad Cemany (a corporation dulror ganlied under the laws of the Sttte ef Kansas'.) in the construction of it line of rallroed into and through aald county of Saline, a the tame is pro noted to be located, construe ted and ope rated there in, and that uld county shall extend such aid hr ubtcriblng to (or for) tbe capital stock of said rail road company to the amount of SerenlT-Hre Thou sand Dellars, and insula- and dell-crlng the bond of said county to aald railrmd company to an equal amount oi aeremy.nre inouttnu uoiiar, in ar ment of and for taid subscriMlun to or for said capital Stock. The aald tuuscrlMlon to Lo made. and the laid bonds to be executed, issued awl de llrered, under and urTirtueand authority of and In accordance with the pruslsluns of law. applica ble to auch case, contained in an act of the Legis lature or the Mate of Kansas, entitled "An Act to enable Cenntir, Township and Cities tn aid in the construction of rallroids, and to repeal .-section eight or Chapter thirty-nine of the Laws of i-74 " pproted February 15th. IsTC.ani tbe laws amen-l- atory thereof. r-aSl act heln and con.tltutlni; Chapter 107 of the laws of 1;7C. and li .aid art a. amended, being included In and constituting a part of Chapter Mof the Compiled Laws of the Mate of Kansas of 1-79. under the title aton-aid, and beginning at paragraph () M of saM Chapter l We tkerefore petition your Honorable l..ly that, ursuant to the statute in such case made and pr rided.and at a special election to be fixed and railed br your Honorable Iwly tor such purpose anil held In said county, you do submit, and can to le sut mitled. to tbe qualiSed rotert of the said county of Saline, in the manner profiled by law, a iro.nl tion protMing fur the making ef a sub-ciiplion to the capital atork of tbe said railroad comjvitiy ts aforesaid, by and on behalf of said cuuntr.and the question of thereby aidlngsaid railmad"cniiiiaay a herein stated, in the construction of Us line of railroad into and within the limits of said county of Stline and through the tiki county. And we, your petitioners, respectfully ask that your Hon orable body shall make an order presiding for the submitting of surh question as aforcs-ild, and with out unnecessary delay The terra and coudltlom udod which it Is asked and tiroioscd br rour mil. tloners that taM subscription shall be made, and the manner of tarrying out the same, are the follow ing, in-wii r TI countr of Saline. on behal aalil county of Saline, State of Kansas, sbetl. In the (H - - sssisearPIJ.Tlwwj AMa.T acaix. Wewaat)taSsnw. KsuB ti.Sl-Wl.iawrprl-atl. lJotnttTicBcaxxCewt.nciiintil.u. Peter Henderson's ooxbiwed CATAioaci or Witt be Hailed Frte taaUtcko trpfy ty vciicr. One KxDerlaaeBtal Crsaaia ta which we teat onr Vegetable aa fiotrer HeewiaariwaotroaBDieiei and our Greenhoaaea fr Piaata (rowerlas; 3 aerew In KlaUM), are aaao tasa-s7s aaa jaswrcu PETER HENDERSON L CO. I 35Cwfltet8rrwSt,NwwYerk. X wsriu mail a soraaT Kiew "S.EWCAL fhit the Board of County Commissioners of said ilf of and in tbe name of manner provided by law. sulvcrllie and cause to lie subscribed, and order the County Cletk of said county of Saline to subscribe for nn behalf of and in the name of said countr uf Saline. Seven! r-fi re Thousand Dollars to and for the capital stock of tbe taid Topeka. !-allna and U't-tern Ikillroad Company, and snail take and cause to be taken that amount of stock in taki corporal inn for and by said county of Saline. And that on lehalr of, and In the name of said county of Saline, and in idTinent of the aald stock, the aald lloarl of County" torn mlvloner of taid county of Saline shall prepare, execute, issue and deliver to said rallnud com pany, as herein slated and as presided by law, the bonds of is 1.1 co'inly lor and on behalf of. au-l In the name of said countr. to the said amount of Setenty-fire Thousand Dollars: pru'idcd.howcser. that said railroad company shall construct within tie limits of uld county of Saline so many mile or lit line of railroad, that the ald Sercnty-fire Thousand Dollar, the amount oi taid county's sub scription at proposed, taken tugethet with all oilier aid voted and tulacrihed to said companr's capital st-xk by, and on behalf of. and in the name of said county, or any township or townhfp in taid countr. or br anrdtr In said countr. shall not - ceetl lour thousand dollars tier mile for eaeh mil of railroad construct'! in taM countr by said com pany. That taid bonis of ald county, to be executed and lsud by. In th nam and en behalf of said county. In payment of tall tiN-erlptlnaud stxk. dollar fordoltar. as sforesjW. shall be tl-nrd by the io.iiiu.il oi iur imopiui i-imiuy t ouimi-lonrs OI -aid county, and attested by tle County Clerk, un der the -cat of said county and In oth'er rv.(ict shall be as in.tld?d br law r herein .,,lrieit so I .... , .. - . -- -- misii ie Dlla:s able In ll.lrt aieexrcrt as heretnlierim. It 1. ent.l..t -1 -it 1. .l.u.- -..1 -. anplieableto thecotrid'ted portions ai-d ion I oi tarn railroad. And hi rallure uf the i.l JUint or tin dart aaer reeeirlnj sub notice t.i ilj1; tl' Inspection of said mllroal.er the ittion or portions thereof t-iempete.i. ihe s1 shall be ennaidtred and held lo be accepted aad oiupltel ami in opaatlon acoplIa. to tb t'rnis uf this propositKin. and the dulr drslntcl oitcer o tal-i railroad companr, theieupoa. i wniln;f may direct Ike said Trcatur r of tltl tj drill er the saH ttok and Uuds arror.in3 to tbe terms and as hen lul-efoie .roiH..I. a:vl shall recelre or saH compauy, from saitl Treasurer of mate, alt of said b ds tn whl-h sa.d com piny may I-? entitl.Nlby rei-onof It. cinipl'arce with the terms of said suttscilption ot aH county and this pniiosiiion. And your ilitl mers d'-nate. to be ns-,t at aM election, a written or rii.te.1 .t I'ot containing the words. "For Ihe Sul-vriptl n o tbe Topeka. Salina tad Hc-lern ri!roal I ompa.T," or the words, Against lit huleeriptioii M tl Tip Ua, alinaanii Western Kalltuod Cniinr. ,s I I lits t'sb; counteil for or agalr-st jhl'iroNti n aceordln-ly. And yourXMftitlciicr i'i if; h t etc. Aad whereas Ihe all rtlti..-s. iV-lii- .1 ilr lit. , an I now set down for h.smii.-. ai. I Hi.- aii i-..-i. ol IVjnty C,mnii!oncr bssi- ! - i-ai.Ti.c. j auacoiisfrur-tiine-nircaiM ik .n. lui.v att to the pmiulM-s the sai 1 IlurJ .n ui. I aix! that tb -ail ietiil,u is in sini .;- il.it r i- . cntwit by more b.i twt-nlihsoi th. t tktui urr of said county of .-alin - . that "1 !.- t l.l tliesald Ti.jeka. baliua and We-terir Jitrj' I h psiir astheei.mibT towhkhlt is pc . j-.i i.. -ten-1 sH in the construction of Iu r.ilrel it. ... within au-l through slid ci-unty, and tlr a-oixintof thecaplul stock ef ..ikliotup-nr for til it t, t.ri(.i-cil thst .ail counts of -i!.n. .,:l .aV cri' that It set, --,u!.. irraisol t.siu i. i -r sal 1 stt. tegether with the it mis sndsatua nous upon hichlttsprcpseltorurkvai.t st-Ttiir and th ball it iu be u.-.l at s til eb-ctl, n,a..L.'d ni.1 prayed to be hcl 1 in .u 1 rotintr. and that tbe s H petition is in all respects iu eouinjity to 1 1 Now. theictore. in accvidiu-? with t!, raer of siM petition and pursuant to an I by vit!j-..n I unler the autbotits or the statutes in -uc c s. made and priTided; ill. hereby rr!-rid anl .!, clarclby the ail 1 1'.nrd that t epr)erfiliesdd IetitIoii be.and tbesituf Is bci.b. granted, .i. that as?ci.il election hx h. 11 In -jet c-jidr ti Iine.ouojtunliy.the IJtbd.t ot Jiauh. ..li I.. I for tbe pur.-eof Totlnc on -.it.t ptrif-i!iVii iil tb-it, at sold jec!a! eleclion.thc ui stiou tud pn oslticu, as set tort bin the hereinln. Tjie-ri cited ietl tioti allot which said tM.-titt.Hi Is heret m.le a pirt of this order shall bj and Is berth! submit ted tn the leg-illy iiailified elctors ot t.-iid rou nt of Milne, for their drCi.loii, 1 Tiding lis .lllot thereon, as In sild petition de-lnitd And it 1 fiinher ordered isnt d.xlire-l tint s.i,l clt ti. n le held at the usual plu-eif ledtlltn; ttTal tc tlotisin the s-tldcouut) of .iliue, uti 1 tlu; it I? hell and that the returns Is nia.le. and the result be ascertained awl decUreil. in tlicsa-re manner as I prori Ie.1 l.y liw rnrholliujfeiierjieli-stlniis and that the billots u si at tud lection shsll hare written or printed thfcieou lif wopl.. I'ot th Sulncrlptlon In the T ikt. ilini and Wcstim K.itlni.id t'omiuni ." or tl-e wor Is, M Acain-t th Subssription t.i th T.:-ka..liiia and U.-.Krn Rlllroad Cninan.iM l-alln- tl n.nutMl r orasiut viu .r..ir-iil..ii aivnplmcly Audit is further ordered bj .aid l-wnl ttit ihe herltr of saidr.allnet-iiitr nisku nt- tirtclaiiiMi'.ii tt the Totvrsand itusUned ebxtorsot s,it county "fSa- Une, or the umi e.n of s !! ine-.il :i anl rnpi tltion set lorth in sail lytlliou and th!' cnltr. to and for their drcivon. at the s.iil spocLd el'ctlon to be lieM a, urorrsa! 1, by pul list.In the s uii proc lamation and notife.t'T thitl dassr ne're next ptecr.liugthed.iyirfiol llii-iili l.'rtion.in th.-s- LINK COCNTT JolKNAU, Ilew.plrr puldl.lied In the lity of Saliaa. in siil i.mnU. and Inline n gtnerilclretilitloii instil 'ojnts nl ihil Ii fl ptoi ljiu;.!on and notice thest'l her.lrct loiih this order, n riling said tltion Aud the Counts, Clerk of ssil counts, and ez-VIri't clerk of this Board, is herrb) dlrrrti-.! to l.,tie l t!u MirrilTol said county a ilnlt c-rliiled e i.t . r this rt t.T Isone by the Hoard of t'ouu. y ioinniIi in -r ot th county of Saline. ute o. han-a , tbl- "pi daj February. A. D. ss Tfie llapi uf County Coiiiiiiiftior.-M uf the roun-tynfSillue- w H. SCHUI.I. n.jlu.i., (scai-J ANMIN JIII.l.Kl:, I M-ml-rsnf lll.or l-tiili. isjid Jl irl. Attcf JOS. SAIdiKST. Clinic CI rk. LEAD iLL 0TH1BS! ! Every Style & Price. ajriiiiz-niiioeca uiicquaiea rot: OPERATION. ECONOMY. DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. Impmeatcts ud Ceareaitsn. ftaai la ss others. Always Reliable. POPULAR CVERYWHME. For Sale la Every City aval Taara I'm tae tTaltsd Statss. PRIG"S & OKBIIAKT AGENTS. THE BEST REMEDY " Diseases of iiie Throat and Lues. Ayer'-s VTr !f.-r t-sjilh I . CHERRY V fiirnttv ; ttrli :t reu 'i OtlliTsOtU rift Slat Ktiiujs, 1 bit;6 Utm af 1. Joseph r-arcent. County Clerk of -jI 1 iseintj of Sallno.dohenliyeertlf) tin! the aboieaul f.ue iiln I- a full and correct copy in erers p utieulor of the order ui-ide b tin lloird if ('iniiity t'oniuils sioners of taki county, in them; Iter therein aa-ue !. atanaliournednieetint;oflhere-:ulirsesshMiifsaid Boanl, dnly hM at my office In the city ir . Uitis. the count sot f ssil countr. on theSrdd'ir f February. A. IMsnt, rhkhoro.-r was luijem'r .1 and rrciplriniipaj(s-!iJtn.V.i, inr!ii-is ., f Jour nal C ol record i.f prH-vlmits t!..- Jeard o. County C.'mniisdo:,er ot -.,:,q roilitlt. s,at.i 'f Kansas. ID s.li..dr.r 1 l.s.u lid...ulu- k. I bandasCountr Clerk nnd sfiseu tl .at.if i I county at ni) oOne In the cttyol iliui. In suj counts-and Mate, this 3nl da f F h-nirr.A. II. I1. .HI-!. Sl(f.Kr. ltAIl .County tlctk. To If. I). BtKFR,Slieri!rr aP ut. Which said order Is hereby Mad- a put of this proclamation and notice. Sow, therefore, I, II. II liA r !icrirfuld emintyor Valine, In pur-uri and by sirtue o' taid oplcr. do hereby pr-liim atel nuk- known that on !salurday, the la..'i .y o. Mar Ii. A II ljl.a special rleclion will ls held insiile.ni.ity or al!ne, for the purse ol sotin on the rj-i t n arel prrKitlon ii, tiicai. T rKi e r.talacl, Hnit that the said rlectljn will I,- 1. 1 1 at the 11-s.tl places id hoMiiiz t-incr.l tbxtl. i tin -ailcr-tiity nd in the niuiiicr protidr.1 br lar r fc-llin; general electloiM. Witness my hanland clclal slsnslure, this ltd dayof Febiuary.A. II s,. ii. i. 1:ik:.:, h13 ut Saliiiuc-rntT :.ai.-as. THECIXCIXXAT1 1VKEKI.T ilJIKS The Ilnnnrr Wcelslt- sir litis ivk;. -i, eleht naze larwr onlr om do'lsr e. .r ei, : magnificent em-rasing "two fee: wili'and almrsi threo feetlon'",rreo.anli s p It, r .uu. Kriber. Ad.lrrs D'Kt.UM' il.Ht. Its rllilintl. Oiiln. Imlisonv-of the nut- tnonary- urgans a ato nnil relinUe rcmetlr is tttral'tnlitu. A v nit's PECTolt.IL, i uinlr. attil tin luiuentlv tiler- il tin" rntitiilenco ot tits- 1'tlMic. It is a scl ent. i!o omliin.ition ol tlt- itieilidn.,1 prlncl j'lcs atiil curat ie vir tucH ot the finest ilmss, clieniicalU- uuitetl. of "S! mk It jHHrcras to insure t' tlie crt-atftit tKyisibla el'ich'urrantl uniform- pr"TODnr Ityofrcsiilfs. Itstrlkf-t k L.j 1 Vrkrlla. .. .1,,. f.u.mlatlnn of -tl ptiliiioii.ir.v ilne-ase. alTunlin; prompt rcliet ami rapM cttrrs. -tti.t i a.I.ipteil to patients ol any asv r citlu-r-wx Itein- very palatable, tins s,niiii;M it chilitr'n Uke- it readily. In nliiiarr Cansiis, Coltls, Sore Throat, iiruiicntiis, iiiiiiictiz.i. uierjrjrraaB a Sort- Tltro.tt. Asthma, Croup, and Ca tarrh, tin? rife ti ot AvritS CuritKr Prc TonAt. .ir ttiasi-nl. and iiiultltiules are an nually preervnl friiiit srrio-.t illnex hr Its timely an.l faithful lis,- It should be kept at liand In et-ry Iii-tsh'd for the pro-tn-tton It afford in sudden attacks. Iu Wiiooiilits-ctiiigli nnd Consumptloa then- is nn oilier re:nlj- so efacacions, SiMilhin?. and liilpfitl. Iiw 'riieiar-indti(-i'ineti!4totr'oroeo( tin- many tui xt tm-t. or ivrii, made ol cheap and hii'lIVitiw injriilients, notr ufTereil, whirh.a thev i-ontaiti no curatiie qualities, can afford unlv trintxirary relief, and am Mire ti!rivie and lisaiHiint the patient. lieaseH est tin: throat and lmijr demand net i u and s-tfi-s ti vt-1 teatnirut ; and it is dan-E'-rmn pxin-ritneniiiij srith ttnknocrn and i li-.ii tin. iivmi-s.lri'iiitliesreat liability thaj thoc iIl- .t-ii may. while so trilled with, lmiini,. dct-plv it'd or incurable. IJso Avn:s Ciinititr rnrrmtAL, and yon may innlidciitly fxis-i t the best reaitlts. It Is a M.md.ir.l niLilii al I'tt-mration. of ltnn-rn ami arkno.Ii"!iil i'r."ive luwtr. and Is as tin-dp ts its i.t'clnl pri-uration and fina insn dicitts n ill allow. Eminent physlrlane, know in;; its rotuiosltinn. prescrllx it Iu their pr.icti - Tim ti-st of half a century has jvruwti its in -!;. ia rtaintytocure all pul monary of I'i.imts t:ot ultrosly beyond the ri'ath of litttu it.ii'1. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., I'uirliriil .mil n:ilj Ileal ChernUU, Lcwci!, Ma$. soLti rt Ait. tiiituutsi- atkatwataa. u nr 1V UtWM SKMhmwma A s'saiLH WmmmWKwl i .wVtV&fK Tff i . LJv. nr.-.-sitL Ti.iK PAD UMaY l,iilE. Ih (l,'n-ni.it2ti-.ii ,f (hi Thduat..i sU. ."tl UiiMlifbillmatnrt? anl Icmr. uiti jiraitiruuMiiciHT Ujn IIIC1I lllr tff.aLiJ faa' lnarlniritt at tlm rate of HrsFREE' UT oa who jJUUlfc' i anarstlBca aaalSavSTSccEtt TREF , - wnna Kn tiiai hi aaa and post-offlcs an siamp to pay peatac. onenDtj or BRONCHITIS, the lnrarmatloa ia th'iEock It anaitasaTu ueproTKirnceoi uoa. cr rreatTalwet MS ninr nsentl Itre. aa.jLa,wLra.i4 BtnvMs AiMraaa. Csnilas1BMI.ffc STOVE PKSKLF AWfTniSlltTilt. ; atSKavW sWlwara, tar tW laws ceasealeal arucl rtr aiat to hnll ilsala ta Mk r aa vt . . osumt ta adty. aaetae S0 ta 1 a. aaUats MS t-retcM Sisaa tai Jaaaaaaa. baa 1st mhn U aearw aeaiiis. iTiBfi .-J.J. .... . . lana two trie. - --'- --- - 8ATIBLAr4BKTiiae!slaTUiianPi. 1881. Harper's Weekly TbI Berio-Jleal. by it able an I srhoUrly dlienjw ai,a oi ia quesiionsot sue nay. a wen aaoyiu lllntra'.ion which are prepared by th beat ar tist at alwtyt etrtel a roost powerful and kensldt! r.i'j-nc upon the pnblie mind. The w'l-l,tf It Inllnence will always be found aa th aide uf uoralily, enUchteamcnt and rclne ateat. HABFEB'S PERIODICALS. sii. perctui.;eranuuin.paranieseml.anuiilly, on the lir-t day of January sn I the first diy of July of each year, and shsil hTesonil-nnt:al lntert coif pons aitacheilnd both principal an 1 Interest oftaid honds shall be payable at the Hs.-al A-enry of th Mate or Kansas lu ihe City of New Vol I.. Stale of New York. The interest accrued upon said bonds at Ihe I line they arot'i ts-delheml lo said com pany, as berelnaftcr prjille-l. shall be e.in utnt tud adjusted soil. at the said accrued Intrri st shall inure to the ln-fit of said co.apany only from the tliie ther are to iM-sod-Ilirreif? it l.tn im. dersto'sl that the intec-st on sai-1 li.ds -hall l-mr-to thelemftt of said company from the date of the completion oi imcii sectlou ol saiit railroa.1, anl on which aald completlm such leiiuls may UmIi to said coiupanr by Ihe trnus herein pruriJ-l. Tint that the sM tt'ek of sa!J rallruad ceanrnr shall I.A I ia a I ... I .lull ..-I ... . ., ....... 1 . f , . ws .Uw. M.,u mmom um roujiiy.ai u I lie SSI I bonds of said county shall l-e txccuti.il er.d l"is ' and delivered to said railroad company. In fie ' amounls.at ihe timet and In the matin r lorcin I prorided. That If ainajurilrof Hi-Mtiilir..d.-c lor eotin at tai-l election shall tote for such s.ib- scrlptlou.yourltiinoraMe leslr thereupon shall or- ! dr and cause the County t I-rk of nel contty in behalf anil In the nttiir of sal I eimtit, i mil. taid suii-crlption of S.-Tnt;-Ge Thousand Iiol lart to (or for) t e capital slot I. of saH coiojanr, tnd shall cause the bonds of saM cnnlr. of th description aforesaid, and in the nam anl on ! half of saiil rouuty to the taid ao-.i-.jut. w ithout de. lay, to be prensl and dulr ciccuted as herein set fotllind tsprotUrd bylaw lnitrh n.-s.an.l tbe said railroad company, without drlae, .lull cause ururr-rcenllicaleaof ItsnaiMiiiraiotil .t.tr to Ihe like amount of aM subsLritition a,sl i.i. of bonds Iu tiaynient thereof, lo I- issued to an I for the use and benctt orasM county; ami the sari bond ,f aald county, so aaforesail duly executed anil lobe Issued, and tbe said certlneatesof stock In taid railroad company, thereupon shall be tared in escrow with the Trraturerof the Mate of Kan taa.ln the otBreof aald Treasurer of State, to l-e 4ereTwa as rolnw. lo-wlt - Si oon a sail company's rail ma-1 shall ! 1-ulll and comJeted la nintintorder Into, within and through said county of .-alloc from a point on the east line thereof where Saul coniiauys pro posed railroad cross or shall rro-s said line, to the city of Sallns. In saH rountr ,..l westwardly froa the city of Topeka. county of Shawnee. In said Hale or Kansas, throu-n saM eonnty to taM city of fialina, and shut he eoniie. ped and operated for tbe purposes of tra&e tr-m tbe aid city of Topeka, weatwanlly, ami ostr such portion or section of taid railroad within said county, eitrndlnr between the east tine thereof. aaa to in taut city ,r sallns, Mxty Thousand lol KllMtillaBIHiltfili1lt,ail attto Craak. Michlaan. fjJjrtfai.iuaaaa oa xaa owit octccra qsaaaaaraaaa Traatlan and Plain fcylnaa and HofaaHBasswjs-aa Ittlal-tfttast, rawtser i tatafcllaeiaa abaWatsUL I lastw TEMI pomb wuTwmtjj atvaia lor Ii I s, ,.a, !. Hror. llrUbl' Disease, I.Iji r l.ra.L Ir ;hly to l.'rtaluor Expel tbe I rlii I jj-rrhef td .lr...l-r. Iiumini; or Painful I rllt. . lf;k l'i t Is p.t. Motions of the -. 1 s - ,s M shty I rnt.le WiakLu, and bniilkRssUAaYoasas, i" nt i- i r !. In Is cnifortahU to t.i I . .i e.-. iiiisrT t and cur when ntn.ti cu A o. 1 allKiilu y pad,, asmany (.! ' Din i; Ior.v -in h z force.1 upon th ru..t t V j.ll .It rtib ate of cures, and t-r. .k liwr-U sn v.1 td," free uron tlie re -1(1 tfyourswli . 080AR SEITZ, Salina, Kansas MmM-J&'TtezXiZsi: CARTERS .2iMrMb.-- aaaallTTIET , avss. .. i -saaiBL t, i aj a. .a . jBHatsBL-aiSflaBpA3in !?iajlfL?"K L - THaVl!liBa IM-JTOWSK rse-TJUUTeRS aad MoaraaT--tij ww. tiiinaiaaaaaiiai al ssrs(rrl if sawettl satwes aad sis-eae forll,UalbLI srttbi-aersorT'lllSHir tksa aaJ asaurlals not dreamed It by other to rcsaraanor 8 7,100,000 s not dSMSissH f 4 ti nther enafeeea. Iswirauts of SparaUira from a to ItTaiaa Mosnrtd"Horwe.Posrer. i Feet af Mrteetcsa laaaaber "V ifTmtrmminrtrUt) lvb -" from wnacas as nsiui ua am. wjuu autaccoi m lajiit-wK aai lli.aad aSdure-sr at ia 1 laWtJrwwcr. btrsofaaid Serent-flv Thuuisml Unit,,. ..r ..t.1 pald-op stock of taid company shall be dclireml by an trtaturerot lstatelotbetaMTreasarrrofsal.1 EMMESA af- VB 1 ''iaftXH.aUBV sJaaaaiBaHflHHHt s aaaaaaSBiiiiaafBII 'mviBmmSmP9wSWm lMmmmkmwj-BmmE& HAItrER'S WEEKLT.one year HABPIP.S MAGAZINE, oa year BARPEB'-i BAZ AB,on year. The TUBES abort publication, oa year. Any TWO abort nmd, eat year rUBPEBrSTOlTKO PEOPLE, oa year,. IM too it to 700 ISt una m taie. coaaty.oa aca roate a Kny may adopt, then the remalnd reaty-tr, Tbtnassal DeHari ef rtocJtofsaia csttapaay stall ta dell T ea-cawaioTiu oeneat, and the re- r et taw Doaoa, lamed by and oa behalf I etsoaty la sayatent of aad for said shall be deliTertd br aald Tm,.-., Poatag Frtt ta all sabtcriUrt la th Uataal Slat aad Canada. The Volamet of th Waaaxr tjaate with, lb tru Kaaber or January afaaehTwar. Waaaaa It wot CUB lamaationed. tubterlbtrwathtat eeasaaetaa wtthlh aaathtr aaxtafUrU ncelptoforter. Th laat Kerea Aaaaal Ttaaaa f BUartn't WasKLT. la seat cloth Uadtat, win to aeat by all, ( paid, r br expreat, free of expense, (Braewad ta frtifht toes aot exceed oat daUar aar ralaxM), fr tJt aath. CbMhCaaatlor tach rsdassa, aaltaala for blad laav WO b ttsU bf auQ, peat paid, oa rtcelat of mm sstsss-. vsiaeasawa saacssssaaisctsvssrssja a diacia a ssIeBdid I StatM. Itratll the truth eUnsyisaa-soetB,BtMktttgl to aa ddariy, aatlftrisaly ataa vii. I eadare." M m aata ttoaldto aaawhTPaataaftWtstr ehaat af leas, icaaa-thst adtiilttfial aswjsastBaa-aaaasasat. ailanM aaaWaatdtaawMasTas. Order or Draft, I arotd XawstMaan art aet to wl county, for aad to the ate and bene! t or said coun ty, aad a like amount, dollar for dollar, of tbe said boads or aald county, duly executed by and in the name, and oa behalf of uld eonnty, as aibrsld, ball ta dtllrered by aald Treatortr or tittle to the treasurer of ald railroad eocapaar. for and to the use and teattt of said company: and when thasf atn canaany- raiiroaa saau ran Her be extended. tad completed fqatt said dry of Sallaa to the north lino of taid coaafy.cn tach roate at tbe aUeom utt ue rtsaalD-ier or tbe taid or tach paid-up dellvsieixl h, ..ia . . : . ,, j . ssearwr oiiw to sac aasa areaatirer nr asks eoanir, oor BUlBOei or a tock. or Btat ta the treasurer of aVI nti,n,t eaanaay.aar itao.- ithetac oodenteod tod tn-tecd-d totastldedthessiW,thatwhBtho Uae or said coarpsaya railroad hatl ta belli, eenlpped aad OMiated. aa asaresaat. wttaia and ttSnu;.kV.ia eonaty, Croat lb east Ba to the north Use on aach roate thraaffc aaM eoaaty ta taM oattaasy shall f3.Twayf staaotatoherela sarelill7iiaaied. emsiaaj hb usaaiy os -aura oa ta aorta llae withfal thfw taBts wast f la Bortheut earwr of tosrastttothlttoaa, raaaw law west t tsuth rria cltedlSritBaa. Iheaaflof aald aaleVaw ttoektnb tcrrbodfar by aald eaaatr-haC It to toy. to th miaai a uosaaij-as-i aBowaaaei naitar. aall be BBUwiadtoltol1aaattt,taM-ooatyaaafor- sa.iii tsBBawaiBHiwiainaHiXBai, defy titrtitd ashereta ataildtd hy aad oa behalf af aid aar, forth tssneat af aaytat fcr taid nssaMaatoa aadlha steak thrfldTlhailh deUr tiad to taid trataattr f jatd rail read coaiBaay, aad la jBarst f aaat atacst. Th aaM asBssaw tttal lorato aad awslwjata tach Bstt VsaMlaaa aad track iaM tiaaly a thaU ee f aaM eoasBsay la taM hfrihaaaiaiaidMiin tatiad,btMsd,jsadaadtaaltaidlaaiirati .' . mwtm wmws, hsb av m sw aw aca bhk taersltd aa a tHlwitd fcr Ma Irtatatrlallna of freight aad yaasfjaia , aad tto aataasteU ta to -a aa MBfM taaat m aaM saaraBaa a sstota-ftaMhttBwt ?Sffle?E?., I6HOL8, SNtUWARO OO. .FACTS WORTH KNOWING. stlanr. Bark. Ktadrake, StllllacJa aad' tatoarotberiitJwra-misdirijsesknnwnxis..,, taUafatrt- comMned ta Pajutia'a Onoxa Tone w !. too t-rcaita-sims rarsatr aad 4 Tto Btat Health aad Strtagth absotttatr 1 r-rtr ilea. i Sofsjrfastlt LV cTtris-niHlca ot Paaaxa'aj Baas Tobsjo that no daaeate ran knw -aaM :tofl rbi.s.jit-, frstsyassaiTssiatof I r Uttr Blaaedar. er It rmrml . niu sL l waawartls-e. the tone ia hut Un roed-' rorypw,aa m afotj CBYaUTe aarj, to-, csbb rjesre-- itrurricaorar. rw Hsirtaiai- atray wrm Coa.1 r mmj ssrwase-a, u joo Bare a I Iiad Cold. JUsxxaw Drsan BerB too. it rtr acsr r Jt-TI.-l -- . at BSst BBTM Baadnd Usni It CARTER'S Little Nerve Pills, -ros- NERVOUS and DYSPEPTIC MEN AND WOMEN. "K Ertrr ncrrout nervi-i sh-mXr! trr Carter' !v rrc IT.lt. whkh are naie ifcciilly for t V viilcr frwrt Nerrtaiaiesa. Sleerocs :. ttouj and bicx Headache, Weak ' I i it r j pep la. ladi-evi-n. ftc. Tber may be usad i. jqc .r in coaUruhui with Cancr's Liak l.ircr I'llts, ar. 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Voarscltes by maklnt money when a roldon chance Is offer-!, thereby always ke-plnr poserty fruniyonrdoor. Th-ewb" always take alranu-euf Ihe r"d chance for asak- In Money that are oTered xcuerally become wcaitiir, wni tbf who do nt lmproro each cLance rrm'n In 'tserty We wnt many mea women, lijs and nrls Ii work fur ut rfbl la their own localiti a. Tiu busine will pay raor than ten time nrlln a ry.wasr-s. re furnish anexpen tire outfit od all tha you need, free. Xo one who en-ar - fills tu make money scry rapidly Yea ran derole your whole timolM the work, or only your tpare room'nts. Full Information and. all that is needed tent free. Address :nsaii.-i A Co. Portland, Maine. OulDt furnLsfael free, with full in structionf f.r coifluctinr the most profit le business that anyone ran enrage In. The bn.ines Is o easy to learn, and our Instruction are sv simple and plain, that anyone caa mike great proSIs Inaa tbe Tery start. No one can fall who Is wlllln: to work. Xrcraenareaasuccesafulaamcn, lloy and tltU can earn tarre sum, alanr bare made at tb business over one hundred dullara In sslccle week, 'otbln: like It erer known before. All who ea jra-earr eurprueil atlbeease ud rapidity with shirk th., ar akl.ti. nut. SMner. lMeslll. rae in tblt buslnest daring your sprae time at t-rejl profit. Tou ib not base to InssU capital la it. We take all tb risk. Tho whrred ready noney, thouM write to its at oner 11 fumlabesl free. Addm-sTKCfc Col. Augusta, Maine. wi. lit tin Oulflt tent free to J hose who srith ttk -- a-e in tae tnoM pleasant and jiiiiatsaaa business k&ors-eayerTthirit new. Ctai ' I.IIUIM.MUJ - - - thiac Jul nbr tnd rlajrtrds i eaBr-.". tsaue wuooui tuytnt; aas'B- oternleht. No risk .wassjHV. aesjr workers wanted at esee. VaJVaje. isius, aastatca. Indies and yoaat- tort tad slrl ssu jBtw&aBBsT A aata af ml ' as saBBBBwr .totsadata a xataawas V - T? e - 'i K-.T.V, iyJ. .stti. 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