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I VOLUME IL jjc8MtcJita(6agIt.j Ml'KHOCK A- HHOTHKIt, pi iii.isiieus ami pitoPimrroits. ".. 'ANCE. ,. . ,:.ir..n. IKlM Ills PElt VKAU, IN All V.I i..:z; :at:s lais sr.wi .- i.. lii-d lor ailur- I 1 ll 1. IL I I 1, VV III"' " ' - . I I ..... ..ii.irii. niiiiin-d to in cvtjy In a Kt)l C mt Iiiiiii ifct!lii.iii jaw ". h'- r- !' a ' United by amajority . i tnc yairr in thr Wtst, ami as low as c l'- 1armslinai.nii ; .-.,, " -:; z urt ilat.on, v. ill . tmsmrss. - - w i.i ii Wei.kii'..iietopitioni..etiaiiitor - . . .i ..; tt.mt ii nun' moncv unless c W ... ; ii m rl o rcrVn.,!. We uM " 1 , tr columns vwth lorn?., j"" patent n,linii., tie , ol "--""?""' n -.iar rates Hut vr- litiyc mai w "'" Vi'r a . .im,- V ,1 1. do -... .Whins speaks " " "r icr wt I I HCIIKUI3 '" H" its grow i! pap 1 null' 1 .uiOtlll l-al'tr MAIL- 1 aidM-ii Mail 'la Wiclilui t i; ; inua daily at U.i'iji Southwestern K Departs dally at I.ur '.j. Uilorrdn and AiijnMa-Armrs JIoii-ila-.. cdll3d33nnd Knda at fi P. i le p'ru TiudJ, Ilmn.dajs and Satnrdajs at 0 rkan-i C.tv (ia AVinUcld, I)oiir1 and Au riiU) ArrncilaH--itr u- UcparU daily at C Wllinsln-Arrna daily at C p. i. art dailvatT k . . .. .., ArLjn i3t.ityfia ijiniiown, r""Sir""'',.';: foil! iij and I.I ra0 Arnvis intM')'. " . ' unl atnnlajs at p. M. Iicliann .noiiiiij, rdnwdayii and 1 rida8at0i. M. Uld.ll WaUilunsia, Wflllntton and l.c-llc riaiur) Arrlc Tilrdas, 1 lmidJj ; a ml sat- uid ('ridaH nt j A i . jlla (i scdgwitJ. and N.-toiu-Arrir MturdoyatU.r. r n. l)Plarts .-aturday at 2 H3 A MiV.mcr C.ly-Arrhci, Tuesdays, Tlmrsdjys and Sn.uidaja at I 1- lrurl Jlondajs, Widnrs tltrf and l'iid.iH at I i u , . ..ndon and dlliii?l.m-ArrUr1uM.Iaj and Krl,l.n Ilriurts Wciliiffilayoiind .alunla llrt "rr.k. ( laiion and Clear Wnlcr-Aniir si J Irimrt U i-diietdaye, onrr a wlj. On and alUT d..tr tin- .stoaict; will nJ fit- d h ry of JettiTB and ttv alu urttanirt lrinii ' ilrrcallr" hc ittice w ill lie open on Sunday from fin II) a. M . , , ., - JlailEi"SC3t oml 60u,h c,,0''.l"'om,1.'tM ' y M K. U. l-bTt 1 . -l. chuiiciij:. 1 ., rririu a.u,pi;-.r r. iui.:. ij- "-ricrii!i Eicb-llall rii-ry habbatli at II l. r n'rln.L.1 allil j '. P. 1 Per Ice M Mo, KUb' atholic ( lmrcli U v Ki u 1'. SnaiikM.iK.il, ial"r. sunJav of cieiy nwinlU: flr.l mass atSo'riori. ,V l IU'0 on -iju "ii' A M . lush inn- at Iii't A. l . v.rpcr-. ; piTopal C bun Ii Ite .ATI jxtk lor. ServirtfeUT Sunday at old c. l.uiblins. on Main btreet. nt in1.' o c . .. i,ii. ii.u at KCi a. M . v.rperM ai p. m . ... . 'i. I. t"rr nit ri r. court bou-c clock a in. and 7 3') o'clock p. m Seats li e. coi'ntv orrin:i:"s. .liidBC Tluiteenth Judicial District W. V. Cvri.iii , ... .., l'..,:r.lil ( oiintv Commissioneri i I . oai.i i--in It Nin'.tv, "mil II Kiihn, Uialniun. ' ,'iintv iieaniiev S ( .lollVhOV. Wllt'v l.Tk H'.Ml "(IIAlTM.lt. iMllir Ml.lltM ""MITH t Ink District (iurt-i V,. KKHM.s. I'rc.b.iti.li'dKe-WM. C I.irrii. Mijtfi inlnide.it Public Instruction A. Uinn- Kt-islrr or Deeds lotiN M Ivon. ( umtr .Mlorne) II I sliwis i unity Miiujor-loriN A smifrn. CITVOITUKIN. Mayor! (". llort. Polir-Jil-'ae I I AmH (it 'Ireasiirer I ii iiiu A Piiu.ur. Mm hal-M Mriiiiril. i ji tlorm W Hauiwiv CiH lleik-f P Mci. In i.es of the Piace 1 A. Jlliciihl.l., 1.. I.. l hi talUs I W. MoCaktscv nud Cr.o. . "iiin!" I ir-t Ward Dii Owrr.. tiuitn.s KdiATTMit s. Miml Vi'anlUi' A sti- kn-oV, - I!ML Iliinl Wanl I M JIaiitis. A .' I Mi-lioia. l'fiiirllirtiinl !.. Khaki ii. , H I Alinoi ,, Koaul of I Unrati ,ti Iirst Ward M It M .in, VrloN JliniM mcohtI Ward l M l.AinilrX. W . V.wbman Iliinl Wanl (. M ItLrl. K ii I.milli W.ud A. )l I Ait-io.li:, W A. 'Iitoin" i.oi:i:-s. TOO K Wichita l.odfff, No til, meetmi I eo Satuida iiinlit, at " o' lo. k, nl tlielr ball, on rtbe lir'st Nalioiiil lmak. All broil" rii iBKiHid taiidlnsaiflinit-;oaKind. II W i..i. Ks. A 1" .t A Jl Mut ou the first mid third Jl mdai-iiofeachinonth. JloniUN Cox, W . 51. sAItllATII sCHOOI.-s. The 51 1. sabbath m-1io1, W. K MauleV, aii pcriiilcndeiit, HKit at the chinch atilio clock J' T?ie Prrsln tc rn Sabbath sehool, K C Martwdf, uperintondent, m cts at Eagle ball at 3 o clock P The Uaptit Sabbath fchool, J C Post fuperin tendent, metis at theailiool house ciery Sunday inornina at U o'clock v. . i. ami orrin:. tiv sIISEET. next door to Oreen Kront ' H .Ii kis. Kea-ister: J. C K.uricii; "I lid lteceiur tlltief hours Irom am i. a. Hum I toil- M. at-i)kni:ys. .1 Jl. nAI.DEI.'TON, A Tl i1!M: Y-AT-I.A W, Wichita, Sedjw ick npiii-ly rjunty, Kansas. u C SLl s JAS. L. lllEIS sj.rs a. dyi:i:. A lTOKVEY's-AT-I.AW, Wichita, Kan'as. -7tl (.I.OKOi: SALlsItHKY, A TToUMA-AT-I.AW, Wnlilta, Kansas IliK.-l J. P l.M'CK, ATTOUNEY-AT-I.AW, llretdoor south or U. S Land Oilier, Main Mutt, Wichita, Kas. atrial uttentlou given In nil kinds or business connected with the I' s. Land OlUcc. H-tr W. II. 1CNAPP, A TiOKNEY-AI-KVW, I.v.d Agent and No Jt tan Public, Oxford, Kansas. m l-ly UALDWIN sS STANLEY, HII IlALIlWft, W C. HTAM-Ur. A TIOI A wi und in 11 ITOItMAs AT l.W, Wichita. Ktnsts. t ill liliutKt in all ineeouiisoi uitmsh i the Culled States l-aiul umce. -.-' james Mcculloch, Atioi:m:y-at-i.aw, wkhiti, scigwick county, Kansas. Jl"s. AD1.M-, A I'lOKN'EY AND COU.N-l.l.l.OK A I I-'"- Of.ice on .Wain strcei, icu.ia, nu. v-.j L j w 1 nn 1 C. lllt.OXU wedd a mconn. A' TlOliNEl!5 AT LAW. WiuHelil, Kansas. News ltHit, jlalu rtirci. l.'-tf P. T VVEEICS, AT LAW, No 2 lvaasas A IIOKNEY Slain street, 16-tf W ttl.lta. vitYs.iri.vxs. XV M GHAY, M D , PHI -ICI N A si'IMtl ON SO sears racticr l.nnlnstrtifN. V riuv.nsity .-cialt the reniiiia) t,l all kin.ls of tlelnrimties, such as Cluh fool, llairhi, Cioswvc, tie. Also Mrs L M. GHAY, Mistctrlf ln. ami tliese of women ntl chil J- 1 ... .. . ,,.. ....!.. . v. ... ...it,. liTiunl tad, W Ichlta, Kansas t f ..tt tinier 1. rl s.ue tn .until cutt. u, . tf P. A. MEDL1N, 111YU11N AND -UlldEON Office No. SO Jlaln nrvet, Wichita. Kas no 2-21-1 on. C. C FUnLEY, (V S. Examining Snrjon) VMIWllAN AND SUIWEOX Office. Main P uni-. two amirs i.onn oi bunk Pirst National u-tr DE C K JlcAPAMS, PHY-1CIAN AND sntfiEON ODice No. Sl Main strret, Wichita, Kaiuas. -F DR MOOUHCAD, TillV-KIAX AND sl'Et.EON. will do a s.-en-r t ral i.rarricc, lint lias ma.le chronic tlisrascs dTrverv ktinl u sK-cially for more than 25 sears. Onire tin Main itmt, three tloors souih of Lhica- po j ms si""- "--iy bri7NXr. U DOYLE, D I"XT1ST OBlec CflHisite WooJinau's Hank. ti-, DR. H. OWENS, -riivsiri.vN AND SCP.GEON. Strict atten- 'on0: ) lion to husiness ami charges OUlcc MaiiibliTel, Wichita, Kan. re as. 21.11- DR. C. K. FISHER, (Drs. IaiiiR-Jorf Kisher ) T 7 OMEOPATIHC PHYSICIAN ami Sntrwn 14 ...,;..., well., is-.tr,rjrr. Wichita. Kansas rroit asioual calls protnptl; ouevej both niRht and day. 23-tf ALLEN i FADrtlQUE, J.. 11 ALLtS, H. 1 a, 11 l-ABRlOl-E, M. D. PHYSICIANS AM) SCIM.nONS Office at J. V. Allan's tlmp (tore, Main street, IVichlra. ii .t -.il the t nti-niri'i n.l ,.r.iill-allK'liiinirtil tnc loci i iwi-.. V. 7le4 lllth hom- 'V,r,,,8V"r?iSnVl a! k. , ,.,! i.ii n" We shall (harp: all nlikt. -c n a.i-1 I.k a!, and shall not d. late irom our bW .L .V di-ldf type larKtr than I raw. II Ik iisrtl in the.-e ...lumlis, unci ll.lio cate w ,ciin, orl.'ackan.i unsetnly illustrations l.c t I f i.nri'iiii jii.ns.... .-". o,rr .Sabba-'iatlil'. o'rlocl. a i and . p. m. 1'rxw.TiiirrlliiSon'lliuriday eruin;r. lairtiill"l.-I.C l'o-T. pastor J-.rures I lmMlboa.eci.ry Sabbath at 10', o'ciocU A. fbe mpa mm ft facie. MILLINKUY. new mi!.i.im:uy and vakiety stoke Mrs. Gray keeps constantly pn ,1BnI,J..aU.501l" usuallr luui.il in a first das- milliner lur ...," (..uin.. .,r nil Lintls ilonr. Wet LVde ofM. In a.rt K M . W.CWI. Kansas. 37 tf MRS. S. A. PACE, -n iru VIKU 'I DIM. MAKEII, Main St., , M"&to Wtn.-. tank. Wichita Iltaf,.l" Alil.lineor,mlliii-rrSoo.ialwaon i liaa,, s- IIAIK HltlN'sKIt. ELMIHA WHITE, AUt I)HKi:it-AH kin;M oi nair """ donf on Hie tuanrsi iin.r .- - nlr. Koom on .lain Mrm, i'i"''; "'- Hoti-1. janlK-3ni HOOKS AND NT.YTIOXEItV. J. T. HOLMES, t-m:ai.ek in HOOKS, stationeuv. wrai- Lnins liapcr, twine, prno.licali, etc. ncr liuildlo.', Wlclilla. Kanuu. po&t-of- iikal. i:vrATi:. C. VV REEVES, (Uerk of tlic Dislrict Court) BEAL IISTATi:. INSURANCE nnlCollctiiiB Accnt. Wic.'iila. Kantu. Collections raailc la.- paid All bui-iiie ntruU-d to my are w ill rrcehr prompt alti-nllou. '- M. D EL.LIS, iI.KItIC OF 1 HE HIST IHCT COURT and Gcn- L rral Conveyancir, i,,.i1..h collection on all Hintfl laxeii paid AlntracM iurninei -i- trnlinn ciien to the urauins oi urcua, iiioiuhj... leniioi bonds ,bllUol hair, tic .rrt-'ioiiu-iiv: " ited oner In court liono, waorauo,iuuiT county, Kansas '"3nl JUSTICES OP THE HACK. E. A nCIMANN, USTICi: of Hi, peace, notary pubbc, real eMate J and collrrtlnKaent.Ileimantn. Kansas. Col lecliunn made and taxes paid All business i en tnited to my cai will recelic jiromiit attention. IIUICK. unicic nniCK! B KICK In any nuantity for sale at my yarns, on the Little Arkansas liner, north of ichiM kinds of brick noik il.inr ".,lir.f.1!,;ri'; "" ti:-tn J- " rnu.i.ir. BANKINC HOUSES. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK WICHITA, KANSAS, Comer of First and Main Sis. Authorized Capital, - - $250,000 Capital Paid In and Surplus, - - 83,000 piitEcrons: c. K, j. it. (JII.IIEUT, V. A A. II. ntAKEK. THOMAS, COS'sAKD, .MEAD, J. C. oiTicnits: .1. C. KUAKEU .1. IS. J1EAD . . A. II. UtlssAlUl President. Vice President. Cashier. V. ill do a ceneral bunking business. COI.D AND MI.VEU. KOItl'.IliN AMI EA-slEKN h. CHAM.i: UOlliilir AMI s.ijl.11. Will buy and Mil ( OC.VI Y SCUIP and othel lot ul securities. Interest allowed on lime deposits. Collections promptly attended to. P.isMfMlne ample lunlitiia for the adv.intaitous tondua oi our biisliiiwi, we proiniM- to all our t ustiiiners the most faiorable rates and the prwinptist attention l'y BANK. WICHITA SAVINGS BANK I CAPITAL. $100,000! President, A. JI. CI.AltK, of Clark A Co., I.eaw worth, ViccPiesldent, iOI.. 11. KOHN, of Wichita, Casbitr, A. A. 1IYDE, fonmily with Clark ACo. Orgunimd Under the Law oj the State. do a uM:::.ii iunkino. collect ixc. ami iu:oKi:i:AOi:r-vsiN--s. Eastern and Foreiga Exeharge Bought and Soli lS-lf LIVERY STABLES. STAR STABLE! J)oityhts Avcnuecorncr Jlarkcl Street, WICHITA, IZA-3isr. SO-tf Bo-cr Statics ana Stock Yards ! Corner First and Water Sts.. THOMPSON, BASLEY& CO. Ucst turn-outa la Uie city anO I So. 1 "J'll horses Pa.enprs carrjcJ to all parts of the Vartfciilar attention raiJ to horses left In our Charse. 43-1 y -Ml. tt. MOSEB, j WAGON, CARRIAGE AND PLOW lVaLa"aTJ""FIJk.CT"CrS'E:"R-, -AND GENERAL liLACKSMITHLNG! rrrSim of the Bic WTn-,1, wath of Douglas ivcnuc. 56"1' COOKS AND STATIONERY. S.. J". HEIMEBS MAIN STKEET, WICHITA, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Keep coastanlly on liaiul a full Mix of STATIONi:itY, WALL PAPER, POCKET CUTLERY, and NOTIONS. A full line of Conilantlyou Land l-iy PAIMTINC & DYEINC. GRANT & EHNIEXDORF, (successors to AKMENT 5. CO RON ) Dealers In all kinds of -W'-AXjXj IP JLJU-R. HOUSE AND SIGN PAIS! KG, GLAZING, Granninj, Vaptr Uii',i " 1 CaUoi.iining. .-K-13' J. 11. LONG, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS I J3-AI1 kinds or paintin;:, craliiln? and paper hanjrins done in a jiiacllcal and artiitic manner .11 in REESE & SAWYER, Carpenters, Designers and Builders, So K Main Street, near ro-ntr Jltwjlat Av. All woik i ecuted in the 'most durable and mod ern tle. and warrantid to sive attraction Plans and (cilIratioi ruiiiishid Jobbmcol all kinds dune to o.-der. mjSl-ly DYEING AND RENOVATING! The Mi!rrib r bcjrs leave to inform the public eenrr.ill that be has opined a shop fur the pur-iM)-eoi rinoiatniKclolhiiip All kin.lsof wool.n roods, coats Miits, M-ts, itc , rlrantd or jfreae and dirt and Kieu the tlnicli of u new Karment. 5.ITiSF.lCT0.V gvarasteed My room is on Main strctt, west side, next door to Johnny 1 liomionit b irbir hop A. CHADWICK. ?n-tr MILLS- C. S. MARTIN, -of- OSAGE CITY MILLS, Will lurnl-li FLOUR, MEAL, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, FEEm In lniRe and smill quantities, at tlielonist prices lorca-h, or on thiity ilajs to good pait.es . S M MIT I .V. ;-Sm Osaer City, O.sse county, K. EXCELSIOR WATER MILLS. P.iiilins'.oy, ICttisas. IT.OUi: at W'holt sab- end Kitail No SI Main "-trett, opposite 1 ind National P.ank. WICHITA, 2CA:isrs.A.s. 31-lf TEUJIS CASH. MISCELLANEOUS. jp. c. 2iavnavnE!E,ivE.3srir, DOUCE CH Y, - - l'ord County, - - KANSAS Dealer in EJJ.E AILMS, AMI! UNITJON, lra fvr ti) k'kIti'jJ Slirp'i lBfrrd Sfsf-nj Ua. I hae on b tnd a larj?c stock of Shaiii's iniproi ed three Inndid rilles kml all sles of -Imp's im lirovid nortiiii:rillCs; also a lar-e assortiiunt ol otht r imprintd breech-loadinR lire anu, which I will sell at rcasonabVeiljrures. stud in Jour or dtrs, which will be promptli attended to All repairing done prompt) and in a workmanlike manner -I-13' S. F. Craig's Drive Well Tube, rattnttJJuneU. IHil. t.si i:ici:mi:n't notice To all trtosi i mil coictrn: Notice is hertby rlvtn that all DriieW't 11 Tubes that hsie a wire screen or pule placed ami sectirtlj lasttiudoirr the ptrforatttl holes m s ibl tubes, lor the purpost of keepiliR the sand, etc , nut of Mid tube and lioni Im ins drawn up through the tube to the pump when in use. are inrnnt imut- min patent lettir No (kl.ru and upon my ecltisiie riRtits under said patent, and the public ale herebj warned and cautioned not to purchase or ur mi Drive Well Tube constructed us aliove tlcserllMtl without mveoiisent, as the use or said will tube isau inrrnVcmentou ni patent, and the u-er i liable and will be protcuteil for infiinetinent, as I amdttermined to stop unlawful pirac of my Intt rests. V7-3r. CSJVIC3- UllieOVI.Y AITIIOUI7.EH pcr.on f.ir Hie lr or mv iKilt-nt Well lubes at ll'flITi, from whom all purchases must be made In order to ob tain title W Ichlt.i, Kansas. Jul is( lBT3, SAMUEL K. CUAUt, hrentor, -15-If NoithTopeka, Kansas. MISSOURI VALLSY Life Insurance Company! f LEAVENWORTH, KA; j w-xinj . - -. J3is,294 43 j-Pa-dPolky-HoVdcrs h 1S72, - - So,2S7 49 Jntr,t r.fteijh far IsTJ. $$,000 f r.-C'J lAillt tf 'Mil. Es:mn oar plans ami rates before insarlnir elsewhere Thc mtwt totrt.Iar an-1 aJiauUsrs forms and favorable tenus for insurance rrT" senletl . , 111 yolicn non-frfetUWe after the secont! annual ivsner.t lintlHl arc tleclarett annually- aflrr thr first jMjiuruI, avaiUUr iinnietliate lr it. csh in Mjminil or iirrrmuni. Contracts dlreet with Hie cosmtaay will Uemaile in all parts ttf thc couatrj wilh eateirnt anil re liable men w1 pror-c to raaTas prj-sonallT for lire Insuraucc. Cwntftw CammUHr: S. E. ltOM'-MAN. "- E. NEWMAN, T. A. Hlt'EU. JYiMstf D-istIej E. U ALLEN, J T. KICUAKDs, J. L. HUNTING. V. M. SWAN. President. L. AltEENATIl., Vic lrideot. J. I. JONES. Actio? secrrurr It. L. NEWiLVN. Trtasarcr j v. e HAKVEY. St Ixmis, T '1-lT Consnltins Actnary. A lIL"Rt, Attorntr WICHITA, SEDG-WICK COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANTUARY l'or i!ie n.vci.r.. Number Seven. Tlie meaiiiii"; of sonic of the Indian names -riven to stream cmiityiug into the big Arkansas etc. The proper name of the Xcosho river is Xe-o-lah-sliee, meaning dirty water: that of the Verdigris is Wah-set-to-ho, it derived it name from the blue culorcd mud found ou its bank, very much resem bling verdigris, this they used before they saw the true verdigris, to paint their persons and wearing appcarl it is considered a sJcred color and thcy iuvarably paint the face of the dead witli it at the grave. They call the Little Verdigris Mur-sho, meaning cane, as its hot toin used to be very pro ductive of it, and is now called Caincy by those who have settled ou the dream. Recently there i but little cane in the bottoms as it was frozen out some twenty years ago and by de grees diappearcd entirely. The east prong ol this stream is called Mc-cah-sop-py. Negro ereck, four Xegros once ran away from the Cherokee nation and started for Mexico, they were ovei hauled on thi creek, they showed light and three of them was killed, the fourth one wounded, and one of the pcrsucrs wounded. When the Oeagcs started on their full hunt they saw them near this part of the buffalo coun try, took the pains to scalp one, merely to i-ee how thick their skin was. The creek ha? been called Negro creek ever since. Grouse creek is call Me-her, floosc cieek, taken from the vast amount of geese that use to stop every spring and fall on or near the creek, their arc a great many little lakes ad jacent to the creek that use to be full w Inch was very easily killed owing to the brush around the lakes or ponds. The Indian name for the "Walnut i Ne-scahaes-scah, which has no sensable meaning to it. The big Arkansas riv er is called Ne-shtitoha. lied river ta ken from the color of the water when it is high. The Little Arkansas near its head is called Elcali, white rock, below the mouth of the Sand creek is llo-cah-hah-ehiiikcr, Fish creek, at it eonllucnce with the big Arkansas is L'te-cha-OL'-ra. but since the whites gave it the name of Little Arkansas they now generally call it Ne-shu-sha-shinkcr, meaning the same in Indian. Tor Pawnee Pork of Arkansas i Mur-shutslu, Red bank the dirt from which was sometimes used to paint with when they were out of vermilion. The Cowskin is called Cah-hatshcn-kah-itsisha, Crooked creek. The Ne- uc-'-cah, means white springs, water they ned to do the most of their hunt ing on the head of thH stream and north of it source their they alwajs found bullalo and it was known as the buffalo's home, but four years ago they went to this old range and found no buffalo then they began to think that they wciebecomingcxtinct. something that they would never admit before. Their idea is that a bullalo has to be killed four times before he is through with. Once I and an Indian killed three all close together, this was in the spring the next spring, in conversation, thi thing of having to kill one four times came up. and 1 proposod to go w here we had killed the three and see il their carcase were still there as it wa only a short distance irom thCj .s.orc. We started at once, we had oine trouble finding the place owing to the high grass but after a while wc found it but only two of the carcases was to be seen one had been dragged vway by something, I asked him how io accounted for two being lclt, he -aid that the two had already been kill le four times a piece and was dead for 3od, but the other wa-ent through yet and had become a buffalo again. This fiolishncss is believed by all. A deer has to be killed seven times before it i good dead. I low often a wolf has to '.c killed none of them has found out vet. shtto creek is called Ne-sati-a-cha-hali. Salt creek down towards the ..louth the water was always so salty .hat it could not be used, even horses would not drink it only when very thirsty and on' a little then, there was sonic spi...0s on the creek that some of ths old squaws use 10 UM down the water for the -alt for tho-e 1 cmnn nf tllS Old SOliaWS UsC tO bOll that liked salt but only a few would us" it fifteen years ago. 'J he next stream south of Salt creek, in Indian, is shaw-wah-co-pa, meaning accident from tnc falling of a tree. A number of years ago the Indians were camped on this stream on their way to the buffalo before they had any name for it, after pitching their lodges an old l-llt:, a-ttiii; ..,. i,a..,i , .- Is it alter River bv some but nearly cvt has a name for it some calls .nms iieniiiitient men who have been buried on us oimie. of the Canadian wa- . . i t .f fT.. .. X-.....1. frtl The North Fort: ealletl Pah - ho shutsha. Retl Hill river, but a.:cr old man Chisolm (from whom the creek ei-t of Wichita took its name) died and was buried ou tis lmnt-j lt O.inKS was and is uow called Chi-olm cah hah (Chisolm River). The llig Cana dian is called Nc-shut-he-IUol-ler. (Wide Red River.) thi stream during .i verv wet season overflowed its bank? unit in nlnrr-s is a mile or two wide and thev sav that it i- wider half wav tip thestream than it is at the month, con-eiiucntly the name. The iiashita is called Grap-hunk-ka-Cfth-hah, (ilus- r.- r s .!..- .. tt,t Ii !i st-ViBrn U"U,U,,;:":r.:: ' . . made and on Uii; lliufuttvi;: ire !. i-it-ni-.Till l.v flV.T sC-s sO U1.1I1V. itmr ......... -.- - a .a i . . ..at. ".?.;.rr "' Thi mer t uistut, .. - .,-,.... -- .., - , -- ! river a neither man or beast could hea,t could I stay in peace or anything like comfort. I, s, , .. ... n Tt-t. .,J. -v.. 1n-l T!-a- t1Mt- ertll "fih - ennn.i - ilh I lia'u (Bear Rive'r.) on thi. stream they squaw went out ill the bottom hunting uncle, as glanced in, wno 0iartu .uni ( A. fflr Itll5bclI a,i Jennie, they ' frnv:iies- and simplicity of hi- natures ra trading l a gil It time ! dollars, ot i ; wood, she discovered a tree that the him. in speechless rage. ,ino,mw, i gct.mcj to regard this unexpected ollc(. dused great disapwiintmci.tii. a. ,. iMIMire4j, u 'l,x-. They llkt -r-r. ,op wa dead and dry and she cut it i -'..g bac chair, taa,SS5.&5 XlgZ ' off but it lodged, she then commene , the , froiii , hw brow . fr StlirLcle wht,e tlarling ; & reg,nl to some nciulerlpt .rea- ttlX ' pn Jl J ami ,.r,. , V- ' .. ',1 U cutting another whose limbs touched, hat s the in.ittcr now said ne , accolnpJ;5hcll ir; the mar- turn, ,v,ieh, from tlic desCri.tion that h), j, -J, , Ifj ,j,r ,. ;nu, ,. -Th- ... mi the lodged ones and caused it to fall, as1 gentle ioicc of his w lie i oiiy,im ii. ( r. of Uje Uvo th, tntt(,e happy in ( Jia(, bwl neIllllMi a tiuWirlMrfl. he , vtf,turou Hfe .. ib. Krl t's? r aid wit-' 1 ' leom . m8i it came .low nit -truck her and nocked. iA sav. Rus- spile of themselves. declared couh fi- J J plain, ike freod.-m of h ran. !.. tU ,r,.M ... ... tW .; , ...I ,i m f.n in 1 .luiiu muiin ' ,.' "i,,l i en .. n"t spcii the animal, wmen, ts-en pre- - ,i r all, jBl9M iMruri"'.. the . cf kfi.. ' t-a pWsVi her down but she happened to fall in .i 6C ,,, jjouc-actually cleared out so DiSCOvcry at Pompeii. i ,errcd, stood nKn the tarrtc. rod -f J bto, u,fe at-. U,. ) o,.. ,.r , S little hollow and the tree fell over her' RS to not see hi cousin Whatdojou , ,v 1 which were hi eager nd aji. tant ; Y,;. ihe ,. i.anee ..f itv UmX"ZL il without liurtiii" her, when she went to think ol that f The form of another nutu.n noiiy, aijUl,OBM ,. readv to entar uis-jb o t,..A Ntrh a!! th n.!uea r ,u , ,-, . , fciii iUi vitlionthtirm. cr v e .i think you wilUiave another a-'wllirfl ,md bfi(. impressed on the aaho f & ,.rc8 dticnoi, which men j . . ,,U, L t..e llio (.ra.l. AFTuU7 it.A w her lodge she told it and the -treat,, thc ., y01irscif f,.onl,)cH liai been preserved in iplas- f "enc" and m hlar too freqnent!; J; ? ' Z,u I , ."a lt '"'-m1 iU'U' ,W; ' t took this name. The Salt 1- ork of the s0 ovHted," said the good lady, as she , of l3r5;. Thl. ra;. ;5 ,aid to be ex-1 .X ,.t aivl WMerne.. quite .f X . '. ,, a -! . CT.. f "n. " , ,5,;,f, ;;', , , fV- . Z !,,,,,,o,i.1,,r.1uTr,.o,,,HS,,,o:!,,-;;i, to its source, lllull crccK i, called ,Cy had any notloo that you wanted alK, ,ialf opcilf ,he ears enormously 0,""e'bwHIiHillle. -lVhr. tW U a f . r - . t ": - " "!'- ' Pah-har-bc, taken from an old coun- them to marry, ten to one but they ,are. Th-re i no mucmar rontrai- fl , , "L wronJf. J h-re ". !, ',?!',' nt.'. .C . ...i,.ibf.',' '"" .... . i-i i... (-..ii..,. I., titl nmi ears in Inve ... .. r...i ,:...,.r . ,.,l.i,t !tli in,l " . . .' . ... - .. .. . t ' '"' " "' ' ' . . cillor who was noted lor his souim v.ouu. .....i - .... .....- --- -- ------ - uou nnnsamv . .......... ------ ---- and tKiliitert out cenaui itj- wl.lm if if heer. ,i..ttst. '' ifl iiai- ;dgemen,,u,,ounonse,,se,w,,odied f'wS XJ'-ffiKZ iuttS2$ZSi " J' fi 7 mid was buried ou one of its h.gncst thc ,cast u.c. From what Kllcn write- thal thi unhappy c.fuen of Pompeii ?&$ whiel, Ul Iseen "fjfj ",.'" .U"-??. " blutls. The Red Fork of the Arkan- ,e, I should think Jennie as much op- uiP(-ot a-phyxia. He lie on the lett mlvhirh f f,fil4b-.l ..'' s , . r... ,,.,..1 iwei. - A..- ' sa i- called Cah-hah-slach-he. Long posed to it a Russell, she say. he ,i(ie. resting the head on the right hand, rfiBclnnK Hi, jrerfe : .wU, ',, 4tf ifcrll'. rwlr. Pt - : ' use to hunt for bear and was always sure to kill some and always gume of every description very plenty but they never went to this stream without hav ing a fight with some other Indians, they never went beyond but once then twenty-four warriors went with a par ty of Commauchcs into old Mexico probably to Chi-hua-hua, they cap tured one town and brought back eighty-nine children and a large amount of silver dollars, they thought they had killed about three hundred Mexican. They gave the llio Grand the name of Ish-spar-lo-cah-hah, Mex ican, at this time the Osjiges were very friendly with the Couunanehes and every thing woikcd well between the two until they got within three day's travel of the Commanche town then two hundred of them took tho prison ers, money and all the valuables and started home leaving twenty men with the Osagcs to bring in three hundred head of ponies and mules that they hail captured across tho llio Grand. The Osa-'u warriors didn't llko such doings but said nothing, they drove on till late that night and all laid down to sleep until uiorniug, but the 0agcs had made it up with one another to kill the Commanches that night. All appeared to be sleeping finely until just before daylight when twenty Osages picked out a Cominanchc a piece and at a signel each one buried his toma hawk into his man's head, then they started around about way with the stock and an ived at home safe. After they had told how they had been treat ed and how much money tho Com manches had a war party was made up immediately destined to get tho money. After a long march ou foot they were in the vicinity of the enemies camp. They skulked around for two nights near the camp sleeping in a deep ra vcue during the day. They had found the mot acceptable point to attack, they got in readiness at dark and trav eled half the night which brought them to the camp everything wa per fectly still tho night being cold oven the (bg "were all in door. They surround ed the camp, ninety-two in number, and at the first dawn of day the war whoop was given and the liia'sacrc commenced. The town numbered one hundred and five lodge, the Inmates of which all perished except a few young men who got away somehow. They started back w ith everything but some of the tock as they were pcrstied, but saved the money, robe, arms etc. The most of the money was beat up by them into trinkets, bridle trimmings etc. Some the trader got, but nothing like half; they had in all piobably $8000. Taii-tun-oat. A MUTrjAL RUNAWAY. "Your aunt Carlton and cousin Jen nie will be here on the next train, Rus sell."' said Mr. Wilder to his nephew. "You had better take the pony chaise and biing them from the " "Can't.- Am going away myself, sir. "The the d 1 vou arc !"' responded the old gentleman, pushing his specta cles u over his fot chcad.and regarding' hi nephew with an air of urpriscand consternation. . . -Yd-, sir. Chailev hunt invited me out to his place for a" few weeks, and I might us well go now as any time." "I should say that it wur a very -.iron",, tiiiii- to leave home. Your aunt and cousin will consider it as a i IU. -until .ititfif, -- . . 'I'l.n iinlini-t--lGSIll-llt IV III 1 Ull OW'll .. I ...:il ..... I. A.. ..:... I l il lii If. . ' """ ; . .. L'lHHI lllllt 11 t t . iimim"i "It is not intended as Mich, "r. --"-"-. . - tllli? r,r the door, ilreail in It... 1. f,,,. ras(, , .,,, ... ,. , ,j . fc not to see her, and I must -ay that I . UIICXl'ct'",lJ.1" $. 1"l ", '. V?,?. tin-. "."P-,u hU. -0' ' ' V"1?. ' ' V.-i-h . of Herkimer, fanned her with ,.,t t. j ,,. p( 1, l( .i,...-i. mSmI SLoidcVia? Y-m- cousin is a very lovely girl, S .? loea ' "1 ' iKu'S hi '&! I kfihm V' .. ?.W ffSt srrtenwo,l'lbcvcryl,kc' tiS; xtJu ffirwr,.W" rjoVt TouW Plt in the least. Hut ''fii f h " turning to probably place timince in the caalogue 1',fS'V;h..nt lfrf WJ.- .he lh, fol.oMn, .,... Im for all that she won't suit me for a wife, '; J5"'. "";. o' i, vthin .11 f CA"S TV , J - 1 2i l 'i!- Rei'wl eoiinnotlan Mi.tied. place between ,1 .... , and n.f-i i.rle" Ic""l.u;lt,0"t.s"I1. rl !.".: i. . ' know, all ot 11, that any adjustment i,an,.er.hief witinned with g.n Ihouwitd milr. Ir-.m ihU i..v . ft ... . . ti... .... .. icmni vou 10 rcuii.i.i, ... ...u.. " ..inini in in tmmiciai eincrseiiry w- . .. - .1- .. ..r .. . i.(.. 1 1 uti... ,.... ..slut.. . . t .- !..-. ir nth startling emiinasis. Coiiinion sense teaches me that no marriage can be a happy one that does I wit Qtirili' IrOIII IIUUUIU IOVU. , tin mi one thing'l am resolved, that 1 will '" t never marrvfrom mercenary monies. "Nobod v'wants you to marry the girl unless voii like her!" roared Mr. Wil der, hi- face growing purple from rage and vexation at hi nephew'- pcrversi te ll Inst is that vou will stay and sec her. And this 'point I Insist ",; ".j,. " !nsl,t ,,,, lt . . , disoblige v "." .--' i-.,.;- i 1.,.. tc 1 choul'd -tav it would "I am sorry 10 disou.ist; . .,., ivc ne to conclu-ions that I am anxious to avoid. Hut 1 win ten '".'""' "'" do: 1 will relinqui -Ii all ciaim to me property that you arc o anxious shall t0 ))e ...... -- ... ....... -. 1.1 not no tiivi'ieu. as imi -cl-... the main object, I 11m k tna .if u H. t0 ?:V?1 IX Si i-s.d v icw iiioius. ..s ....... ..-- .. 1 by the window, valise in nan 1. jiv; iiuuMk" "-- llrt .tn.lilnH rrrinil IlIimorGUIV IU 111 ,..-v.. -w .. .. -- -- . can't bear to hear his name mentioned, ( and that it was as much as she could )lo t0 ,el ,jcr c0sent to come at all when she heard that Russell was - ' l.rstrtf ' iiomf." , - "Ihey are a conpic oi nnuiciou , . . aill UIE U1U l.llllsl" ..--.-., - r-.s.i.t it ni.i .T.tviinnin ipaiiii. i ?ot nalf a millli t maie another will, and leave my property to some charita- ble institution." it. n going io iis" ..,""- - - ll' e- -. 1.-S1.1 1...1 . men oouuu, i.ussei v jiuc. ..an v ...... partof thc way by stage. There was only one passenger ocsiuc himself, for which he wa.- not sorry, the dav being very hot and sultry. Hie tsassengcr wa.salsuv there was uitmi-t.ikablc air of ladyhood about her which told him that. He noticed an particularly the daintily gloved hands Ufofft tadlleditet -h. , ., ,.,, 3,ui prcttv. but he conld not sec her face on accoun theenvinus veil that hid it. "I BuIa.oona.hc was comfortabl settled in the corner, to which Ku.sell -"' gallantly xss.ste.1 her, sue mrew - - . .... . ,,.., . ?..! i. t. ,l,rtt- gananuy imi.io. .u, .- -", s r r- i r j .- a e .k i k. oacis:,disclOsiKgaiair,sweci. .ace,..?". ,. -m?m .!.. If. K..--SI Dwckei,m".". -- , - S'' !",'? ZL.",:" . . ai. .1 a ..vara K.wai 1",. regarding her. -r " .j -.:. a ., v.- - - TK "Tta1r'jti tr?f !. celled young .loui;ey; w.ien you nave ,.,.. ... illtcrnlptcd Jennie, crim never seen, her .'" inquired the irate old '' fc, e r(.lnc nl,cred her words, nnn bringing his cane down upon the o in , it, ,.v,t...v... ,.---- - - .... , ,., .priii. ll Is Win in im" u ' I"-'"" '.,., tlmsuntr--. hli.l tfo IO KorK. Tear. Illll we svf ii i iii i 1 which sent some of the lady' parce'.s a-at ....w from the floor, gave Russell an oppor tunity of speaking to her as he returned them, ol" which he was not slow to take advantage. From this they fell easily into con versation; and it was curious how so ciable they became. They talked of the beautiful scenery through which they pacd ; of the new est books, and the latest magazine, some of which Russell had with him. The lady inwardly thought his com panion to'be the most entertaining and agreeable man she nad ever met wmi, rccuuiu 111:111 sue nail cn-i "" " ""' i d as for Russell, he often lost the ' an ;nrcau oi ins dicoursc luaumiring me red dimpled mouth, and pearly teeth they disclosed wheucver she spoke or smiled. Certain it was that hi four hours ride from P to Dighton, wcrs the shortest four hours he had ever known in his life. "Where do you want to be left, sir?" inquired the coachman as he entered the village. 'Mr. Charles Hunt's, Locust Hill. Do you know where that is ?'' aid Rus sell," putting his head out of the coach window. '.Certainlv sir; take von there in a jifiv." 'Wliv, there's where I'm going.' said .-..,. . . .1 - I the ladv. opening her eyes widely, Nellie Mr. Hunt's wife, is my most particular fnend; wc used to go to school together." "And Charles Hunt is my most par ticular friend, and the finest fellow in the world." 'How verv odd V 'How very fortunate!" exclaimed lttisell, with a meaning glance at his compauion,which made the rosy cheeks still more rosy. "Might I take the lib erty of inquiring " ljut just at that moment the stage stopped in front the houe, ou the por tico of which stood Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, oniovhii! the evening breeze. In" a moment Rusell was shaking hands with the former, while his com panion rushed eagerly into the arms of the siirpricd and delighteu wife. "Whv, what a happy -.urprlse Jen nie!" site paid, after spiriting her visi tor off to her room. "1 had given up all idea of seeing vou this summer." "And 1 had no idea of being abte to come, until just before 1 started. You sec, mama my step-mama, ou know was going touncle Wilder", and she insisted on me going with her to see ih.ii h:iiifiil. disagreeable cousin of mino that they arc determined to mar ry me to. So", when mama was busy packing, I just put ou my things and slipped oil', leaving a note to tell them where I was going. Wasn't that a good joko on iheni all f " "I should lllltiK ll was, sain -seine. ;.l. 1 . nC ..... ts i.i --W linn II t. " hen I lion wa-, 1 i a wedding Willi 11 1IU.SL Ul ...i;. . ii.it.tii saw who your compaii thought vou were out on tour "No indeed: 1 never saw the man until he got into the stage nt P . Hut, really, he is the finest looking man I ever aw, and o agiecable. Who is he?" 'Oh, I'll introduce you when you come down stairs. There's Sarah wait in" to -co mo about supper. You'll hiMc only time to dres. Mind and look our prettiest." And w ith a rougi-h shake of her fin ger at her fiiend. Nellie ran away to see about the supper- If Jennie did not "look her pretti est," she certainly looked very lovely as she entered the supper room, her linen suit exchanged for a fresh, soft muslin, whose simplicity and pmity were relieved onlv by the ilolet rib- ' bons on the hair nd throat. Russell had also taken great pain with hi- toilet, a- could be ccn by hi spotle- linen and carefully arranged hair. The pause which followed Jennie entrance w as broken by Mr. Hunt, who, in rospoiisc to a meaning glance from his wife, said : "Russell allow me to introduce you to voiir cousin. Jennie: Mis.- C'arltcn. vour cousin, Russrll , ilder. " 1I..4 l..f..l .lt-......w,l..i,. ' Illlll' Hl'l'll 111.11 HUIV.II1II '-. VtJttMf- . , ";'.,., ..;..i .. i.,i. ' r -o Z ....... -.. ., .... r " the same place'." The ringing laugh that burst Irom Nellie - lips was too coniagcous 10 oc 1 resisted, even by tho-e at w ho-e ex ! pensp it whs raised. I This merriment was followed by a general good feeling, and a pleaanter 1 tea party never gathered around the 1 social board. We need hardly -tale that 1:11011 , . . , ( t- HV --. - - --- - - - - ing, nor did Jennie seem at all disposed to cut shoi t her visit on account of her 1 ;- nv,,e,le.l annearaiicc. -- r,- . , ,,.,. n ,.. I " Jlt" iiiv " ' ' came, ogeiner. ,(! ,,,.,,, Jt OM ,ookJl,.,out 1 Mr. VV 11I1LT - :isiui.isil...l'l.s i.i-".i.t I of the wiiulow, to see the two walking , , io ant the house, arm 1 1 annarcntlv 011 the be,t of ..,, ..... ,.-... . rut-., i vo..., ... whil't the other rcast, is ahr.o arc drawn np ni arm, bent nntier t concealetl; uie leg at j,;,,, tlic rjghl whieh 5 stretched out am drawn nt uacfiuan.. mv t.:i. . .. naturally, .vrounu uie . -' jjacn COvcrmg. wtiirnconccaicu a .na.. t .l-... ni at.A i nfrA inp iirinL Ma IMiriillll ! fc.iv 1. . - a-MW ..-, - J,afctd, withont thc shirt, anle-s ther? j,e on,e appearance of one under tha left ana pit. but the feet were naked, ; s i i le-cua-ieoecii wt '"s"'-; .-- . . ., j- .!. Ll, lrtesi it , wormy oi no.c ...j. .ti" ""'.- - found at a rcmorksWc height, almost - 0u a level with tne -econu iwrj, uu near it were fount', a xcw piece mot ey in b onze awl -liver i nu other inten-tiugaddiiioni made .. .-.. .r t.H,n.n i.rtn iiAinr iw i III." rasi- tf .... .-... .- -.- British Museum. SrtTir-rl ArJirlrifl Let the wind, and wave of adver.i- l of ty Wow and dash around yon. . i nex peu '-""-"" ,"",-." Tn. will: bnfkecpon thersth oi recriiaac ouir o. r"' "',"",' .T. .r,.1 vr.ii wilt be firm a a roek. riant mzeea joiwt ? . ....-. : . yours-lf upon pnncip e ami ma m . - ka. .?ij .....rA nA I? rns.iiri aiin TTiraiii" hiiu Mt nw --- ?""""-" " -J.'' if fltsrs to m?fortane. 7" '"". ,.ti ';, ..... mmlri Tonrgood name, hed her not. Carry 1? tvtl. J t naa. Tvni afirtef: iiinviir. iiicu(n. - . uuif.ss.t,."----- . ---;:"."---; '.,,-., ,, rnofCalf afcrf? JL VOQr COair3 5 tforward. and by ihe enity Hrong fricr.dsldp thus formed watsy rnnecad rsr - j"i 4uui iajui sj of yonr countenance and th-i oriiff --j j , .- - vitfii- iif mrf mr ip id a i nuw wvum wiww; mv ..us.-- vtnderrate and belittle rcn. S, 1874 Tho Perplesias' Question "?icance. Upon no question is thought so di- j vergcui aim opinion so various nauce; yet no subject ha received much atteution or so banted the brains of all countries. It might be supposed that a matter so intimately and vitallv related to every human ef fort, from the first appearance of man on this plauet down to this present writing, ought to have been reduced to its elements in the crucible of in- veti"atio'i and -.S', ' ' , i, and so concreted by ex 'tomi-iti J tv periment as to nave laKcn ranis nun the exact sciences'. But so far from ranking as an exact science anywhere, finance constitute? the bone of conten tion the world over. Nothing boyond the simple creation of certain stand ards of value can be regarded as set tled. If an two persons agreed touch ing finance it would be :t refreshing exhibition indeed. Pur though a cer tain class of mind agree in general mi two ne-rcc as to details and particu lars. It is easv enough to dechue that - - -- -- - (r; uuam-i: is .-..: "".:" ,, ":; "il'" i !.... ... ; .isutiiv ;n'io.i ifi i iw iniv nt trntip. mil WHO snail auuiuma- lively expound the laws of trade! , The world know le- f ''c' la"'' to-day than it doe of the ''y'.'- trolling toe weather. And there is , little ri-k in alhrming that the opera- v..... lions oi naiuie, e-.. ... s ..... .. . com.,,ctc i.nmuniti from t"e body as the sun, are better compre-1 . ...,.,';, .tauUH, i.. .Vnei"h- i.s.l..- i did minds differ radically and coutin itallv. state-men of the tir-t water join" in the wrangle. And the other dav the New York Chamber of Com merce appointed a committee on spe cie pavments, and probabli constitu ted that committee of its able-t men Yet, after mature deliberation, the committee found itself unable to agree on a common report. It divided, and each partv luetiioriarued congres- ac cording to its peculiar view-. Per haps this wa to have been looked for, but the fact does not go so far to re-a-ure those credulous per-ons who re gard the matter ol rei ei 101 uie pit- entand safety in the luture as wi t mi the ability ot Congress to secure.! While the couiiniuee lo.u.u s,. u point- of agreement in couinion, u diller- upon aome not ie- iiuj ""l"; I l 111 II II II I IL IIUI t w -- t currency is inn -u ......... --- y ..... . .Aiiin ni iiii,. flit" lb., demands of the lin-ine oi iue i countrv that the redemption of legal tender "note- need be put off longer than Mav.lhTl. On the otlier hand, the mlnoritv report assumes that the currencv io largclv in execs ot the ! ,w,,,;,-..,"r.,,i; nf hiisiiiess as to lender rcf,llil.cll,(.t ... .,r.lct5cai icsuuiption impossible. The 1 mii,orit report urges a coiUluuniiee J 0, ,IC ..Yosci, statu-; that is to sa,' neither contraction nor cxpim-um, ....- til lesiimption -hull have taueii pince. 'Pi.n innim-iiv nr"es -ten- leading lo contraction a'- a method ot resumption . at an earlv dav. A more radical disa-j greeiiient.;inwn facie, can hardly be i conceived of. .... .' smooth It over as we in. . then , n.eth.ugsurpnsn.g Is o of opinion beiwcett able ii icu, ii hi,, prec-ely the -M, e di a a. co es-, ediyinovci iij V.'1- """"" '"" tiiiii-. Mill I lie tii-.giee. e..v .- st ...rj.-.ta l.U ou ii mid the common in terests as one. The common iutere-t inu-t be regai ded a- compounded ot class interest as varied as busine it.nir T.-il.e. then, the mo-t couseien- lion-man you can mm. pro. ....... ,.., ,,i,, -mil ii-it i nnv lm eat iuteiet, and . - ' ' .. . i .1-1 request his opinion on uuv liiian.iiil -" ciiiergeney lli opinion will incvita- . lily tal.e color irom m mi-i .ess . ...- -. . .. " I .. . .. It. u In liu-itiess oi ;re-t of ht-( ela tores! . or the iutere-t of lit ela oi ie. I or bti-ine8. Iieanimt be otherwise. curling prior to the di-coiery ot gold in California and Australia imgm. am. probably would prove unequal to the pre-ent emergency. Prior to that era business was cr.iniped, and eiitmpriic fettered liv the scarcity 01 gom :m.i " '.. . silver. Every nation wa .oiiipeue.. Everv nation wa I keen watch and ward over iUtreas ... -.. t,,,,- n )W, lime to re rover from 1 nn adverse Nilmiee of trade. I Hut the steady addition to the '-;" 1 of the world fciiicel.ll lu not only lieimea on iniseai in ....... ... s....... ,lorboo(1 ,)f Coiistantine the farm of oper.itipus which we name business jiachviUIll was c,,uar i bad re Ifonh tlu-endlesswranglc oier ti- , rovem'. wjh Iliar,hes nance-pertained to ncophites it wonld;)oui.uw.liUir nl((1 sniluor. , the not so much cl.iillciige swrpn-c. ut . wh , m, wa, Irl.d u it doc not. '1 he ablest and mo-t can- I :. , . .vl ,- ,,, - , .., .,., a -IT ..tl. !.. tl.ii. rt ecpiiblc of explanation. u naieoti- j ; . . -, iioll-hcd blade ,v ,o renect that no .nan cugtrged u; j Jedt.o ."..Wh.! a. It cur bii'ine-eau entire y dir-t his mini If- window , he was of self interest, and t lie preju, hce. ho J, &,,! tlw ,. ,',, , ,M. ,,, has inherited or a qiiiied. A I cbl8tln, t wa Wedi.elay most di-intercstcd of men m. vitably "'"""V, '.. ., ,,.,, krf,,.,.,.i:. , ., , lucre uiu i;. " e..-iv V " ',.. .,. o.ifn e ,iinv..r..us te tw .l- . i .1.... "... .1 niarvelotisly citinded trade. pnHJue- . han-tkerehh f w rrmovel from tiou and other nitrpne , bnt in U0 jn.Hwl ,Mim it Hn found tht the eqt.alu.east.iehi. Iner-lthoreru..wouJt fe ttMl U,U(1 lenitive power of the great Uoiiai!- j , s ,,,1 8 ,,;." lie- of the world. It lsouiy cccory """ '' i : to note the fact that any thing affecihig , Cattle Raining In Tsiw the t-tnn-lar I of value is tell through- wli - . nut ihr domnill ol hntnait effort ltf rt,idft.ce of s few wfk in an "ootl or ev il, and surprise nt such cri sin a, tho 111 o-cnt cease. - i"ii;ffrf'.' I'i 7n''i (lazrltr,. Vn.m the Nrtf York T1m " . , , c- 11 -... .i e-a,nr n AsraBelz'a Simplicity and Candor wie , . - . fc f vftt uf b.ni.y - MW.aU eoo.UteH iojttin .,. ,.. ii, j nHt-rrvn'f nrerv- i ... . t t It... . .... t il.. ......C.. i . 'f mttm trutjj. (UMBAoiBted. awj jjjnewted th" wh U-i tt' Jo rfi.tir?i"i a, hi .! prepared comfi'nre. Araaate awl' Hiwli MEe.- lla-ti iiiller. wi.r lais" : wWe, wa ftrat Jars.glt . i '"'' f the cien4e fcorld trr VT-t s- . . ... ....... . S.M Iffv I ..1. .- o. "lfcs,tMjE,ui'ji1LWi,irJI,il,, si7. At a meriiag i i- '" -- as - - -iU,rer. nye" 5 m ??M?7 tZm tf m fir1 ---- ... ti.' l..J .1 m la r.l.t nrlJl fllHit' lf '' , un iMiiti, . ,.f. - .. - Sri.rairies womccminz g JL LtumtF rcifivrrsitiou that etiisoil A;tjf 4 Mror(ll tbattnt. c9rawoBwK. w po- of a ira oi ae - "Jfoi e... -.. ... ! a trt mwtw mT h" Y r of thc twesfartUm. . ---' --- . r; r ...-. --sir, v. ":;" I ,-.. thU cmiMrn da lalfer ; oir aARMaai. ! ..if ,itr ai.n friendohio that formed coaus- aT trx. --. - -- lT le-r lijii-C aaj -- - - oed HSto in.r w. -: s. kr" i nrt pnblited irork- A Dlsecso-Destroyingr Trco. Mr. GiuibsTt, who has long been en npitTiiirle Tit.i s,titt,. jlitii.sn&tnt.tt la iit.!r.v..il nit I intcre-ting communication to the Aea-, demy of science. Thia plant, it now appears, possesses an extraordinary power of destroving a miasmatic Sri-! lluencc in fever stricken di.trirts. It I ha the singular property of absorbing ten time- its weight of water from the soil, and of emitting an ti-entic cam- phorous ellluvia. When sown in mat- shy ground it will dri it up in a very short time. The English were thetirst to try it at the Cape," and within two or three ears they completely chang ed the climate condition of the un healthy part. of the colony. av few vean. later it;, plantation wa- underta ken on a large -calf in larious part of Algeria. At Paddock, twenty mile from Algiers, a farm -ituated near the bank of the llamvzc was noted for it- .--. extremelv pestilential air. in the .... -.. v.-. i . ,q ....;..... .- ,w.1 nl....s I.-, -- t iu ',- tUB .vcrc p!allted there. In .i,,iv ;, the same vear-the time when the"fevcr scaou used to set in -not a ;le occurred: iet the trees , , f ,,- , " "" -- n aiid children enjoy excellent health. At the factnrv of the (iue de Con-tan-tiue, in ttiree yeats a plantation of eucalyptus; has traiiafornted twelve acre-i'of marshy soil into a magnificent park, whence fever lm completely dis appeared. In the island of Cuba, thi and all other paludal di-eimes are f.i-t disappearing from all the unhealthy districts where thi- tree has' lieeu in troduced. A station houe at one of the ends of n railway viaduct in the department of the Vtir wa so pestilen tial that the ollieial could not be kept I there longer than a vcar. I'oity of , ,,ui.hI. and it is now ),,.,,. Bs aliv otlier ,,ia.0 on the Welmieiio inforiiintioii a to , .... Konetlrviit tree will grow .,.,. .,. ...,, ,.!,..., u-,, i10,((. j IS1 ,.xl,criments will be made to de . !....!.: ....I... I, ,,-.,,.1,1 I,.. r.wl a I I i-i iiiiiii ill J niriiii ma, ii vrnii 'v n uvon ,.,!,, t0 i,ltlodiico It ou the west roa-t . . ' of Africa. Medieal Times. William Grieffmisteiu, of Wichita, sent to California last year and pro cured the seeds of the above tree which he planted last spring. Their growth was wi They w j,.:,,.,,, was wonderful during the summer. ere not procured for their med but for their rapid growing ,.-.,,:. It would pay our farmers to tho "Eucalyptus globulus'' examine hi hi yank - Mleo McGInnls Wounded. A fiiimv man of the Mohawk Valley ; .. fc, ,, k J ', . ,,,,, thj ,.r n(Ulie mm Mf(;imi, atI,i ,iat -he re- MM, !,,.. and about a handsome a -hr .... reached Fort Plain, when the Millnc tliat jwrvaded tho car was broken, and from the jwilin of her left hand thmi rushed a spiltely etreom nt jpjre. Her exclamatioii, ot course, arounl thein- f ' ,- nhom ,,M,. "."".' . . ..... .,.n ...i rtcd to hfr a-i-tance. while other . ... i . ...- i ..... 'J he r?.'"' '",;'"';-;.. r-f ,:, i i.i:.. ..i ti.u . ... -nf -iLtt mt.T Him 1.1mm I. 13 IICB JI I1IC rmi villi 'aw - .-s- .,.,,, n,i .,.i, .......eril,...! a. a i '"-".', ,v i ... t' ' !" Viat' tl,c '" '" M"''- J ,lP wl"' were iaied, iniirli lo the di- er. who happened to bo on board, was Hf.i.rieil tn her wcil-MMtieu noie. her ..,. .. ,.. ...;,. ,,. ,,..,.. wri!ivere ruhhed with the liquid hr trtiiplea w cri- batliod with the nme. pacngir lioni llio timer coacne itn iintiriii" in the car , , ,, Ixfo, ,(J kllow cap! pro and around the what wai the iiwtirr.'andlmdaprio- , 1 f iif.",.,, m,ith uf the crowd CvonSd not have UeN Kf-Mei. Aftrr Vefllanli b.-me cion afiil - , Antonio aflonln one a govd louk into - ,aie ratt'e trad' of vvfsteri lew, one , of the K)l roinarkalilo MJinc 01 ' tho south et. One might with iu - ' n. rn it mi indolent indotri for srageu in collected evidence concerning ..r,-,nv ? vnrr ti "j the Australian tree "Eucalyptus glo- who was'trviu to lCt I-"." ',"". "v." '.;.:..! '-i:;:.i : "'" I Hums ins irrniri 1 in which is stir- 1. I liltltll.lia !- .... ..m... a.M.. -- . . .. 1 irOIU IOC I1RSK Ul l..ls;iiii. ,,-.....1- ll.tl.ll I lirir j - -..,. "S1SIM f uecomi!lbc great ref!t in a la,'nl win. Ij ,; , . aw, ,, mfa-lthat wlU 1- honairM before thcr have had time tm ,Vi i ledlir it.-.-eaeiajt. It ! iui Ut. :MHtU ?r wu-gie ibdotslwM lo t nv,ytiw Uarto-f cattle -il 1-A- . -f'trt fir .irtfuorf. Cja'i.rae'S'JtiB Vwuuy lu . ( at! "1 Y' . witi. trwll'la-ir. 1 J'l'd lo :br i4l. t kntM it. r .r I 1A i- Uswi &A ti8ite ta'iu Tki cpja'ttl ari.firij t ' Tt - ; ftw '- t be astiiral if we retaitKr t5i tl4 fct t I'm rjiaava - " U peie get - Ut rerx rhuj hiftHf ; 4 xsjvn 4 tet . arts' W hi , jt . !' I5 .r Befc . r-... .. K 4Mttb- itottoewtlr IT? "twiarf w " -; - " - Uttel fw sat rmf. rmnrmj kiw 'T"-- 7 ?M'!'"w"--TrZll .---. Tl.ZT VfcW. U U i mK&im t t &r ! .n.i m iwi " w - - smr- ,A , ?"- UkU UwtM.. ex - t.Atxtm tdlij ff - - - .....-,- fte.. SW T Thear; ?. ,MS- ZVllwi , . -, ... :-... - - - .. - riHrT-c rP v, ZSifU U adopicti by ;wjpUrkcttrr. NUMBER 40. A writer wishes to know why peo ple always .spell finis without an h. hi '' said a thief break open a bank iTlmi. ..itfa .! nil. llflthgrC.lt ftlllt small." How about the provisloi: ami grocery bills? ." A Philadelphia paper ha ascertained that Noah Wcbsturit-ed to playetichrc and steal eggs. "Transactions if Hair," :- the hcail- iug hv a Detroit editor to an account of a street tight. "Her Face Wa Her Kortuntt.' will soon be followed hv "Ills Cheek Wa. What Made Him."' SmirLiii wa Im.kii.if at the ntuturc of a pig and pleasantly askod, "Who U that pigment ir." "When a policeman find- a maa full he take- him to the station hou-o nun. Iti-. friend bail him out. A luzv editor in Ohio road alt lita exchanges in lied. He Jim! it the ea siest way to till up hl -licet. The manner of advertising for a husband in Java is by placing mi empty flower-pot on the pro tiro roof. California p.iper- won't publish tho Governor's message on nccount of Its length. It makca nine column at SoiM nonpareil. '(.ranger-, I will sell you ntu. cheaper thnu nnv other nmn In tins city I" is what "a Council lUuff in-in adverti-e.. t)ne adntaKe in living In Troy te that one can yo to any Uydrwut, niljr day, and get an eel for dinner, ami m extra charge. It is sugjre-ted that in bnihtlnc r...l roads. the rail- -hwuld b Iwntijd rrd hot, so that the workmctt will Inj' tin in down rapidly. Georgia Iteui. "IIHt llridfo, ot Do.ilev C.iuntv, iiitemptod t knock down "a pine tiee with hi hortu mill killed the latter." A Maine man Im sued a paper for r'tlllii.r bin, ni. lliilet'iltiillllle gtlllll! . and nloci.1 paper say a Jury awnnlcd 1 il in i'.'l'J diiliinges. "The betirer ol an Important tem perance communication t thi paper, clenlay," Mivn an oxelmntje, "xtm iiidiistrioiisly chewing coffee.' According to I he Lexingtwu Vn the Keiitueky I.eKiaUture wn sworn in tho other" day upon :i iMiHUomfly hound copy of llUchiork' Analysis. A y omifi lady ol IiuiH'ort recently sent it yoiinff man four quarts of but tut nuts, an a token of acknowledgment for having saved her !rm droventlij. tJood-bv, ion old ftcoUilug rl hended heathen." wrote f nIiim man to hw wlfV the tent MJf Return suiciding. Shown he'd like it got hold of him for alont mm frk nun ute. The foHowiuj U frutii th I..i.. ' luirjr. Tetm . J'itMttr, oi th vil "The wftttr tor the pa-t lew iV i ha been pretMllil foffWinng h- a great many havoMkii i. l .Mtj- of it. When ti tii-i" i''n " was Imulrtl hi l"i t-!tnj. put in a II lleleti ' it l M JMlititl if l I- i , thu' lie had III' liU'hl ' v te, !. nle" wiiiifWheii- I . ba, vrfMit , Mb !' ali.iU kioU tl. if slllli ... ', i i ' ' itir are i.iil- i. an fh.Lfilt rerth ilmah illel It Is I tlj c'Jd fuaol mile jrirl. Hie I. in' Vl(r "11 v Oi r. Ik-W l" " . 1. ',. ,. Iims n woollen eg ' During the Mini r frM! ' " Mipl ' ml long ln.-e. ii le rae ira I- I' 4tMN liir on Li'K 1 ..et. N - f without h 1 - . " J llotl'd leuve a l..i - In III.' 'fiUfW Would rU. i t"a 1 ' er-li law rniTJl Agcntit'ap ai :'"' ni. iiiall!tiK t m nt. ! N. w Y'.rk -Ii' I I ' her baiwl, a I 11 r.T"t ' nciu-p it .III 4 tlai. f tl.. which rovef'! 1'i'n frotil '. Hit fri'-nd. ng. I Id.ii 4-ymmH If tMHfl f& r young Hwn 1 jf, 'd , btiforu Thintss:i. m rtl 1 flW IWl I, . it . for wren- Jfli. f ! m ill. le I s-ntj u, tit auk tiiiii' ' ,jt.f I p-f jti x 1 to I -.vottldn't ilitn ' 'irta er Ue uu r a L tm i .ot.t i t' . e ahuuttitgr !-:ilfci"' ' ' abtMUs t,.H,.ftvi,l'' lU eal'i& iwl fat "'' t. "I dr , i,'. ilbU'C" Uclw . I aw. alras tti uwt 11 lea witWc 'r V,'ede rump haa ala- t.l inr UU nrtasf, I'- speech. fr.-y " ttn- fi. t.-iaa. he e t" ' err re- ir U, tM topHy" . ''' ta- AMtnaax . ,'-r '" ark trt I-?' t"3' ' a !ii'w !? '. trrtl'l' i iA Ve hat rrr n ntrm, aa.) 1 ' ' !"il ".' . fort f( tttmmtiy M ' r liact Ut i i xajasrt 1 ,. yfti 1 sana-a. ... a fc.-. 1 .jfcix- .. i- . -&i .A ike rmiasi .,, . rea -- "-"-' WUh m efc . W mztnril retlM H ' f o.-rd Ik tMlt lr-aaa ii ' A tki enttttXTj ' tse Hrvei U ? "!K ..t itrssriT i lb of Tuall A . ' t ! of lucirat wJ pt wftW- I 'ut tte ui air thi? frtrttT of I t-arth. -1. il Ni rMfl III k4 kl i L, i ill e yr1'' .a.