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HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO 121 You can never plan the fu ture by the past. Steam whistles or foghorns pl?y no part in this store's busi ness methods, and if we are not awfully mistaken in the interest and enthusiasm evidenced amongsiuic snoppcrs acre last. week, there will be a liberal re sponse and turn out this week, as their opinions and praises of the Leader's January offerings reach the ears of their friends and acquaintances. mm IN ali. Children's Grey Mereno Vests aud Pants, size 10 7jc garment, rise 3 and 4c each size. Children's Camels Hair Vests and Pants, size 15 lOo garment, rises S and 4o each size. Children's Boy's sad Misses' nil wool scarlet, medicated Vests, Drawers, ami Pants, sizes 24 to 31, choice to clear up 35c garment. Children's Boys' and Misses' Fine Camel's Hair Vests Drawers and Pants, sizes 10 to 34. 29o to f 1.00 gar ment. A complete line of Infants' Zephyr and Fine Swiss Ribbed Vests and Saxony Bands 25c to 75c garment. Ladies Fine Camel's Hair double thread, trimmed seams. France cut Underwear, was $1, to clear up 75c. Ladies' Jersey Bibbed Balbriggan Vests with sleeves, 21e garment. Ladies' Fleece lined White Jersey Bibbed Vests aud Pants, to clear up, 89c garment Ladies' Jersey Bibbed Balbriggan Union suits, ankle length, to clear up, 45c suit. Ladies' Camel's Hair Vests and Pants, clear up, 48c each. Ladies' Scarlet Medicated Vests and Pants, to clear up 75c. Children's Non-Shrinking, All Wool Union Suits, all sizes, was $1, to clear np 75c. Ladies 'Light Blue All Wool, Ribbed Vests and Pants, wos $1.35, to clear np, 75c. If your dollars find their way here this week, they will bring you big returns. And, by the waydon't overlook our Sacri fice Sale of Linens and Sheet ings. (Signed) T 11 I TMTk rSTTTl I U I 1 Li Dry Goods Co. I D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE COUNTY SEWN FROM. OUR T.X- IIA.(ii;.H. F.'ora tbo Arlington Euterpv.au. Miss Jiuth Thurp, who has been guite sick for some time past is im proving slowly. J. N. Ilig'u was aTopeaa visitor this week. MrR. J N. Nigh returned from a Yisifr irvthe-eaavhtiit-Sattirday; I) in Johnson, formerly of this city, but now a resident of the Strip, is in the city on business. Joe Fehr nrrtn a business tr'p to Sterling Thursday. Frank Thrasher and family of Abby ville were visitirg friends and rela tives in the city Wednesday and Tutiisclay. From Haven Item. Born to Amos Harris and wife, a son, on January 5. Born to Mr. and Mrs Lee Ward, Friday, January 18, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Wax. Dyson became the proud parents of a baby boy a few days ago. David Taylor shipped a car load of hogs to Kansas City Monday and ac companied them as far as Wichita. Herbert Asb, Joe Talbot and Billy McGowan skated from Haven bridge to Hutchinson and back Sunday. Fred W. Tliorp surprised his wife Monday by presenting her with a fine new organ. There was an enjoyable surprise party at Mr, and Mrs. Whitinger's last Friday evening, in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Decker. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Yoakum, Friday, January 12, u Bon, Fred Thorp and Ira Fisher on Mon day received a new horse power feed grinder, and will pulverize nil their own teed in the future. We mean stock feed, of course. Resubmission petitions Hie being cir culated all over the state and the 'fel lows having the matter in charge claim they will get .fifty thousand signatures before January 31. Last- week the Burrton Graphic climbed up the golden stairs. "la the midst of life we are in death." We have gone back to first inten tions this week and agaiu send the Item out at its original size. We hope to be able to keep it up, but it adds to our expense account. Jos. Astle went to Kansas City Mon day to meet with the Implement Deal ers' Association, of which he is a mem ber, ana to look after pointers for next season's trade. Frank McKinley had the misfortune to re-break his leg Monday. He was trying to go about without crutches, when he fell and bent the newly Knit ted bone pretty badly, though the doc tors Iluttou and Uem'pstid, who reset it, think the fracture is not entirely disunited where it had healed. Turou. The protracted meetings at Glendalo have been a hugh success, over 70 con versions have been affected during the past week. the m r Croquet piaying is once more the leading diversion. Rev. Hestwood spent last Friday with his flock in Butler county. Miss Lou Ross was the guest of Miss Jena is Hinds a few days this week. Eli Grandstoff is making a spring wagon, wnue the repair worn is ngnt. A number of young people attended a dance at Geo. Maylan's last Friday night. Prof. J.N. Schisler has organized a bookeeping class with a, good enroll ment. The revival meeting being conducted in the M. E. church is not yet much of a success. Tue christians show no disposition to help the pastors in lead ing sinners to a better life, and the preachers in turn are endeavoring to convert the "church members" into christians. The band held' its annual meeting last Monday night and admitted sev eral new members. New horns will be purchased and music dealt out in large and copious chunks. Rev. Geo. B. Afeers, editor, publish er, postmaster, physician, liviry stable proprietor, etc., etc., at Stafford wants to print a Turon paper, in the Stafford Republican office, but the merchants here do not favor the scheme. Publle Bale. The undersigned will sell at public sale at his residence five miles and a half .south and one mile west of Nickerson, and ene-balf mile north of the Central school house, Reno county Kansas, commencing at 10 o'clock sharp on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1895 The following described property to wit: Five head of horses; Ten head of two year old steers; sex head of year ling steers; six head of cows; six head of calves; two sets of work harness; one phaeton; two buggies; one lumber wagon; two cultivators; one stirring plow; three sets of single harness; two narrows; hay, fodder; chickens and household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. 'terms of sale. All sums of $-5 and under cash, sums over $5 a credit of 9 months will be given, without interest if paid when due, if not paid when due 10 per cent interest from date will be charged. 10 percent off for cash Purchaser to give bankable note. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. D. MENZEL. ffiri auctioneers Anat Bully. No company that we have eVer heard of has ever come to our city with such favorable couriers as "Aunt Sally." They have the unanimous endorse ment of the New York press; and this you may rest assured, will be your only chance to see this superior com pany a they will be at the Ooera tc-e FiiuUy, ju. ZZ. I 74 00 III It llffk ' 'T It siva t.ourht mvrl ulitt in 2 ma chines, but they wiee either not' large enough for soma art ictt-a or they did not work ensy, and Irtve never niaile much money until I obtained tLelVftc tic.il riatin.j Dynamo. 'Pliia is the eketrieul midline iisb1 in nil thti treat uold and silver latn ( factories. awl fK) the work every time. Is o sooner did people hMrtliit I lud this ! electrical Dynamo, than I had more spoons, knives, fork and jewelry than I could plate In a month. The first week 1 cleared $51 50 and the second week I cleared $75, and I think by the first of Jjnu'iry I will have a thousand dollars in cash and give my faim con siderable attent on too. The plating Dynamo is the tiling to use, und you can learn to use it in about an hour. Anyone can write to W. i Harrison & Co. Columbus, Ohio, who make tbses machines, lor circulars. As this is my first lucky stroak, I give my expeaience, hoping others may Le benefited as much as I have been. J. K. F.muiet Jin Frlca la M iU liou There is no actor in the country to day, who holds a higher place i it popu lar estimation and critical favor than Mr. J. K.Emmet, "Our Fritz " Hie fine figure, bright countenance and grace were the superior natural advau tHges with wh'ch he started his career as an actor. II is success was imraa diate aud he was at once accepted us a general favorite. Like a true artist. Sir. Emmet devoted himself studiouaU to his professional work, deepening and broadening his artistic culture uu til to-day he occupies a foremost position on the American stage, and a degree of favor in popular estimation secoud to none, lu "Fritz in n Mad House" ivhieh Mr. Emmet present lit Hutchinson, on January 31, he wl. have greater opportunities than in an.v of the other versions of 'Fritz," in which he has yet appeared He will present tht same dear lovable irermmi boy. whoso humor wins our smiles ami whose sorrow draws our tears, lie i.s more polished than the Fritz we h;iv heretofore known, yet retains all tin unworldly simpl citv that has alwa.. characterized him and won such ;i strong hold on our affections. Mr. Emmet will not only appear in a new dramatic farb but will also Biim sev eral new, which are destined to liccon e an popular as the famous sonusulrea'h known with his character. An essen tial point in connection wit1' the pln which should not be ommitted in men tion, is, that the children will be n pretty and sweet as in former versions of "Fritz." Cute baby Siunott, a most precocious tot, will play an importait role. Mr. Emmett will be supported by a company of actors of special ex cellence and well known repute. The caste includes besides, the star, Misses Emily Lytton, Florence Foster, Flor ence Germaine, Messrs, Hudson Lis ten, Fred DeVere, Tbeo. DeVere, Harry Coffin, David Rivers and others Mpplncott'a Mngnzlne. The complete novel in the February I . O Jl". 1 - !-. if I 'PI.. H V t i ui.r i ,i actiui sioty oi. rui a l.te in Maryland, and of a joung widow s somewhat complicated love atiair. it also contains: The Diamond-Back Terrapin, David Bruco Fitzgerald. Beyond Memory (Quatrain), Edith M, Thomas. Qtiong Lee, Francis Lynde. The pleasures of Bad Taste, Annie Steger W mston A Walk in Winter, Charles C. Abbott With Weyman in Old Frauce (Poem) Richard Stillman Powell. The Fate of the Farmer, Fred Perry Powers. A Precedent, Alice M. Whitlock. Edel weiss (Quatrain), Florence Evelyn Pratt. Corpus Christl In Seville. Caroline Earle White The Begin nings of a Cavalry Troop, Kenneth Brown. My Discontent (Poem). Carrie Blake Morgan. An Idyl of the Forties, Champion Bissell Lingo in Litera ture, William Cecil Elam. Aunt Sally. The above company made their in itiatory bow before a large audience last evening in the rural comedy. "Aunt Sally." The play was hand somely staged and the attention of the audience was held from first to last Miss Bertha Conway provee herselt a cleveremotional actress. Her pathos is natural aud not strained or over drawn and Lot once did she descend to nmt and shout but played the part with an intenseneness that won for her the whell earued curtain calls she received. Her wardrobe was the finest seen here for some time Mr. Billy Gray held the house spell bound from start to finish, and bif numerous specialties were perfect. He is an old favorite here. The company is the company Is the best that ever visited this city. A number of pleasing songs were introduced. We predict a large weeks bus'neas for the company. in diauapolis News. Temperance and Prohibition. Temperance in the use of alcoholic beverages has no moie relation to pro hibition than has stealing or lying, as both temperance and intemperance are misnomers when used to express opposition to the drink habit, unless any use of the poison of alcohol in a beverage may be called Intemperance; but in no case can we honestly or prop erly use the word "temperance" when we mean opposition to. or, prohibition of, the use or sale of alcoholic liquors, in which is included the culmination of nearly all the crime that curses so ciety. In this connection "temper ance" becomes a dangerously mislead ing and wicked misnomer. From "Temperance a Delusion." In Demo rest's Magazine for February. A Rmhlne; Tina. Ifvou want a cornet woven this spring come quick, February dates are almost all taken now, and those crumb Cloths and stand mats do take the lead. City Weaver. eed Oali. Just received, several cars 'of choice Texas Red Oats for seed. W. L. Woodsut & Co. At Elevator near Rock Island Depot. 1 u. tUu'.cliinsoa. K..u3as A PRINTERS' HOME. A Movement on Foot to Establish an Asylum at Excelsior Springs. SOME K. OF L. WITHDRAW. i The l'i'lltlou for a SUinlaihu to 1'rcvcnM Collection ot the Income Tax Over- rnlcd-MlBnouri MUltlit lleef House Reopened. . ' Excelsior Springs, Mo., Jan. 23. There has been In contemplation for some time a plan to establish a na tional printer's home at this point. The Excelsior Springs Co. has inter ested itself in tho projuet so far as to agree to give ton acres of ground, or more, if necessary, for the site. The general idea of tho home is that it shall bo national in churacter. with doors open, under rules, to the needy mem bers of the craft in all sections of the country' The home is to be properly officered under efficient directors or trustees, and it Is agreed that every successful publisher and printer in the nation will contribute to its construc tion and support. KNIGHTS Of LABOR WITHDRAW. Wii.KKsnARKK, l'a.. Jan. 23. District assembly No. 10 of the Knights of La bor has decided to withdraw from the general assembly and will hereafter continue us an independent labor or ganization. Tho assemby was organ ized by T. V. I'owderly, and since his defeat as master workman by Mr. Sovereign the members of the assem bly have been more or less dissatisfied. AN INCOME TAX CASK. Washington, Jan. 23. The petition of John (J. Moore for mandamus against Commissioner of Internal Revenue Miller, to prevent the collection of tho income tax, was overruled tills morn lug by Judge Ila'ner in tho district equity court. Tho caso will now be taken on appeal to the United States supreme court, in order to test the con stitutionality of the incomo tax. MILITIA LKADEltS ASK Foil FAVOItS. Jf.kfkhson Citv, Mo., Jan. 2S. Ocn. Milton. Moore, of Kansas City; Col. Charles D. Comfort, of St. Louis, and other militia leaders are horo to urge the general assembly to appropriate $.j0,0ua for the support ot tho national guard for the next two years. HAMMOND'S 11KEI' IIOCSE IlKOl'F.NF.D. Omaha, Neb., Jan. 22. Hammond's beef house at South Omaha, burnod in November, reopened to-day with 200 men employed. It has been rebuilt to capacity of 1,000 cattlo per day. HAKE It FINALLY CHOSEN. The Kansas LegUliittim Solocts a Successor to Senator John Martin. Toi'EKA, Kan., Jan. 23. At 12 o'clock to-day the senate appeared in the house and the joint convention was formed for the formal election of United States senator. Lieut-Oov. Troutraan presided, Speaker Lobdoll sccupying a seat on his right, with packed galleries and the lobby looking on. Secretary Brown called the roll of the cnnte and thirty-seven senators r -.pou its i. af.er w nc.i AsLtu.il Chief Clerk Sears called tlie roll of the house, and 124 members an swered. Mr. Trout man announced that as no candidate received a major ity of each house yesterday it was nec assary to vote in joint convention, and ordered the roll call. Secretary Brown calling the roll of the senate and Clerk Sears that of the house, with the follow ing result: Lucien Baker, 104; Louis P. King, 33; John Martin, 3; J. D. Bodkin, 1; U. W. Glick, 1. The ninety-one repub licans of the house and twelve of the fifteen republicans and Senator O'Bryan (dem.), of the senate, voted for Baker; all of the populists of both bodies except Mr. King himself, for Mr. King; Senator Dillard and Representa tives Schlyer and Wilson, of Darber, for John Martin; Senator King for J. I). Botkin; Representative Smith, of Sherman, for O. W. Glick. The ab sentees were Senators Price and Scott, Senator Baker having resigned had no role, and was not in the hall. This morning Mr. Baker placed his resignation as state senator from Leav enworth county in the hands of Gov. Morrill, because the question had been raised that possibly if he continued to hold his state office he would not be eligible to the federal senatorship, and he concluded to be on the safe side and resign before his formal election at noon. CURRENCY WILLS. The Arkansas Senator Introduces Ills Fro posed Compromise BUI A Currency CommUslon. Washington, Jan. 21 Senator Jones, of Arkansas, introduced his financial and currency bill in the sen ate to-day. Mr. Smith, of New Jersey, presented a bill which provides for a non-partisan currency commission of twelve members to make investigations of fis cal questions and for an Issue of bonds to produce revenues for the govern ment. He said that he had hoped to see some solution of the present currency emergency. He was convinced, how ever, that so little time remained for legislation that no bill would be passed at the present session. Under the cir cumstances he proposed this plan, which would set on foot a full Investi gation, with a view to securing the proper remedy. It was desirable to have a non-partisan commission in or der that its work might commend Itself to the new congress. v . riatt's Flxht In Vain. A lb ant. N. Y., Jan. 23. The assem bly has passed the power of remoral bill, which is designed to give to ine mayor of New York the power to re move the chiefs of departments in the city government The vote was 103 to 13. The bill was opposed ty ex-sen ator Piatt and by Tammany. . Connlerfelter Strattno Arreeted. kt'llk k. 111.- JU L -J. wv w- ton, a notorious counterfeiter, who has ' been playing hide and seeK v ita me authorities of Clark county, Mo., for . . . , jt three voir, has Dceu arresieu im Jo i-r-J ir, ju'J. TUESDAY'S CONGRESS. The Poollns Kill Favorably Reported to tho Nenate The Indian Appropriation Hill Paused In the House. Washington, Jan. 2a. Yesterday the pooling bill was favorably reported to the senate from tho committee. Then the Hawaiian matter conic up on Mr. Kyle's resolution expressing the disap proval of the senato withtheasitioii-of- the administration in withdrawing warships from Uawaii. Senators George and Gray defended the administration and Senator Lodge spoko vehemently in opposition. At the closo of the Ila waiiun debate tho Nlearagna canal bill was further considered. The house finally passed the Indian appropriation bill, which carried $0, 6411,020, as reported, but was increased before final passage, one amendment adding $1,000,000 to pay tho first In stallment for payment for the Cherokee outlet. The house adjourned at 5 o'clock. . HAY DEALERS.' They Meet at Cleveland and Form a Na tional Association. Clkvklani), O., Jan. 23. About 500 hay dealers from all parts of the coun try met in convention at the chamber of commerce yesterday afternoon. The object of the meeting was to form a na tional association of hay dealers, and to arrango some uniform method of grading hay and of designating the grades in terms of universal use. The organization was formed under the name of the National Hay Association of the United States, and the following officers wero elected: President, John N. Wooliscroft, of Cincinnati; vice presidents, Gcorgo W. Johnston of Pittsburgh, C. Hatcher of Tiffin (O.), b D. Woods of Illinois, George A. lllakslee of Chicago, P. L. Kodgers of Chicago; secretary and treasurer, P. W. Pitt, of Baltimore. A committee of fifteen was uppointed to prepare a re port upon the diiforent grades of hay. Wicliltil's Follce Hoard Removed. Wichita, Kan., Jan. 23. Gov. Mor rill this morning removed by letter tho populist board of police commissioners of this city and Chairman Georgo Dick son handed over the keys and books of tho office to Chief Cone. Wichita Is thus temporarily without a police com mission. Tho members of the old board express the opinion that the pop ulist senate will not confirm new ap pointees. ResnbuiUsloii fo Maine. Augusta, Mo., Jan. 23. In the houso to-day, Mr. Patton, of Bath, presented a bill embodying the resubmission proposition so long discussed and by tho prohibitionists so strongly object ed to. Woman SutTraife Defeated. Santa Fk, N. M., Jan. 20. In the lower houso of tho legislative assem bly yesterday a bill to grant tho right of suffrage to women was defeated by a vote of 10 to 7. A Law Unto Itself. PiTTsnuKGU, Pa., Jan. 23. The Standard Oil Co. has created a sensa tion by declaring that hereafter It will fix the dally price of petroleum regard less of quotations on the oil exchanges. TKLKQKAFU'" HRKVITIIM. A car load of provisions was shipped from Carthage 111., to Nebraska suffer ers on the 22d. The house judiciary committee re ceded from Its resolution Impeaching Judge Ricks but censured him. Two small children of Charles Nllo denay.of Sacramento,Cal.,were burned to death while locked in the house. A bill is being urged in the Missouri legislature to relieve members of the Missouri national guard from jury service. Ex-Postmaster E. E. Crafton, of Lib erty, Mo., has purchased the Progress of that city and will make it a repub lican paper. At 4:30 o'clock on the morning of the 23d two white men entered the drug storo of Colin Cable. Kansas City, Kan., and robbed the night clerk of 8185. The building of the natural gas com pany of Cherryvale, Kan., was de stroyed by an explosion and fire Tues day night It was necessary to shut the gas off all over town. Senator Piatt, of Connecticut, has prepared an amendment to tho sundry civil bill to give to settlers on Indian lands in Oklahoma two years more in which to make first payment The government has brought suit against about 1,000 settlers in Dickin son, Saline and Ellsworth counties, in Kansas, to recover land purchased by tho settlers of the Union Pacific rail way. The Sons of tho American Revolu tion of Kansas, In session at Topeka, elected George D. Halo president; II. J. Adams, secretary; A. K. Rodgers, treasurer; T. E. Bowman, registrar, and J. L. Furber, historian. These post office appointments were made Wednesday: In Missouri At Durgen, Lewis county, J. Elols, and at Pranks, Pulaski county, Thomas Lynch. In Oklahoma At Davenport, Lincoln county, J. Glover, vice J. Kln zie, removed. Among the bills introduced in tho Oklahoma legislature on the 2-d were the following: Taxing liquor dealers (1,000 perannum; for the establishment of a reform school for Incorrigible youths, and to limit new contract in terest to 0 per cent The Nebraska legislature has adopt ed resolution to appoint a committee to investigate the state relief commis sioner. It is alleged business is not being expedited and that aid con tributed by other states remains in cars when it is badly needed. In tho South Dakota legislature Tuesday the vote on United States sen ator was: K. F. Pettigrew (rep.), 100: J. a Crawford (pop.), 2L The son ate passed tho resubmission bill by a vote of 20 to 17, which assures the wip ing out of prohibition in South Dakota. A vote was taken in both houses of the Tennessee legislature on the 22d for United States senator, Isham G. Harris (dem.) being chosen. Senator Harris has served three terms already in the United States senate and is now eli-ctod for his fourth term of bix !"'' 1 Advertised Letter. The following is a list of letters re m lining in the Ilutchiuson postoflics J iti.24, 1395: ladies' list. Omy, Miss Alloo Holmes, Mrs. Win. Kelly, Jh Ni.ncv Mills. MIkd Kvi Sanders. Mr. Vlnlny rltwll, Ihn. LlirllU Wtouson, ill" Mary HBXTt.b.HfcN'it LlWfT ' Baker, J. H. Barton, Q A : Hunker. Ifov. .Iaiiicm llMdiey. J. W. t'ownii, Abe IU-ttnuB, Willie E. MnrHhiill. W K. Kuekir. WUlisU.2 St'lllD, (i. tl. 'vlfnrt, .1. A. Freeman, W. O. Oavponl, W. 8 rovor, t;ha. B. Hittlo, Omnr Mvtrf .hdin Smith. V. O. 8tci!ions, V M. Thompson, lilli Walker. Jumes L. Parties cal'in j for any of the aboe named letters will please say, adver tised. . Eli Mead, P. M. Keicbnp and Pickles. If vou want something real fine in the line of ketchup or pickles call on Jas. Myers & bon. Farmers who held their wheat till "conlldence" was reatored(V) ate now hauling it aw ty for the same price tbep offered at home. Oh, republican prosperity, where art thou V Jewell Co. News. EDWARDS &C0, Groceries, Coal and! Feed. 493 und 405 No. No. Main. Down town yurds nt 12 Sherman East, Smith & Miller's olu stand. A I Kinds of Coal. FurmerB1 Trade Solicited. Our weights guaranteed. FARMERS IS) We will w pay you the highest prices for your produce orH crll r-iii at prices chat will compete with any house in the city, quality considered Call and give us a trial. yicDermed Bros. 213 South Main. ' The thumb In Ml nnfalllnR lnd of character. 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The coat of thia an per b work of art was ta&O.OO; ani the reproduction cannot be dlatlngalrtied from the original. Bealdea tbia), an exqulaita oil or water-color picture ia pab llnhed In each number of the Mo sa line, and the article are ao pro fntely and auperbly Illustrated that the llagaziue ia, in reality, a port folio of art worka of the bl"hct order. The Philosophic Type ia th thumb of the thinker and Inventor of Idcaa, who will be deeply lnter eated in those developed monthly In Demnreat Magazine, In every h50: 7i ODfl OI ill numerous uriiureu... which cover Ihe entire artistic and dentine Held, chronicling every fact, fancy, and tad of the oay. Demoreat'a 1 alniply a perfect Family Masazine, and was long ago crowned yueen of the MonUiliet. Send In your subscription; It will cot only fS.OD, and yon will have a dozen Jlairaines in one. Ad'lresa W. Jznminos DmoBcsT. Publt-her, IS East 14ih Street, New York. Though not a fa-tiion magazine. It pert k;1 fashion piges.and iiaartlclra on family and domestic matters, will be of auperlaUve interest to those possessing the Feminine Type of Thumb, which Indicates in its small size, slendemess, soft nail, and smooth, rounded tip, thoe trait which hrlon? eseentiallr to the I fV. gentler ex. everyone of whom thould subscribe to DernorefsMaezine. If yon are anacquamtedwlth ita nictlu. send for a specimen copv (freei, and voa will admit that seeing these TH1 MHS has pot v'i In the way of saving money by fluuing in on "Ir nri'ie ei.rv'lim to latifty tne literary wania av j. .,.: iii j. "