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How Clilnenn Cheap Lolior Prevailed In Wnlkiui; Mntili. It wasnnlniplceity.nnd I It wu a i-ix dn jro Am Mulls Vour inclination, Ito it Itlicr tit-t or Mow; And 'I whs m titmlilc Clilnntiinn, Who-c mutte whh I Aim I'w , IuoukIi known on IhU occiisiou d OidnumliOV2i" Ill eyc wcro im the Ufa, nn 1 Hi- wore, n. Ciilnre .in. That p -r iim of lili hlrr, which most Urn lit.lc, itximi-c1 to v. w; And at umnud tin- ring lie ih-d And aruml lap u tcr hip. Up wlI tlir lnim--t l-.id. nny WItiithicoiiv nit-lit Hum. rromrarlvtn-iiii till dewy ove Thai Jiry Ucliiti:il limn Han on. uud niuuy buterMiccrs AsMtllrd him n- lu-nin: Willi crliD and J:f. nnd lio.Hs and yc'U And uinnv it buld nsi "' A, taking imne litmscli. Im should (live other uu n a rel. Ill gnlt wan neither wnlk nor run. It wasniirinjry 1io, A ron of d-niou.-t atiou of Tin- buo ni.i-y of hope Tor twclv- hours wein ho at a rato Of Ju!tfl.i5ini:c each one. And then t'.icro ro.-c a iJeaKi t shout: The Cliluanmii, he's done." Traseveno; Itli i-lxt y mile L'lion bin d:n1 uood. Old John " withdrew, as all the boys Iladpronhivl it lie would. rIlUli time to po," the Judges paid, II..M ll-l mw.ii tlif'Lrmt-W. What'i. that? Ily heavens! liixiigmy 1-ono.s, It that ore cuss am t uuck: Five minutes bad be Ktnyrd away, r Ke mintiirs nnd no m ni; And now that jirj- Ik-loMUI man Whs traveling ns before. Ai.it In ibo next twele lioumat III f rmt-r rate of mioixI, Ili'doubltil ti)) bl hcoio at :lio Kxpvnee ol shp and lcid. "It U a pb'cky devil nnd He ou;.ht to get n placo," The Judi.es ray uunra anin He drop out of tbu rare. "YetTOljjht." fcuyIa-i irlllcury. "knur A itood ktlirou f ul In bi, But heV slitcpp. d a bit to lolvely Holy Uomul there be Lsr" And once nguln that Chinaman 'Usii loplc round the trac k At iiiHt live iuII-k an hour, with 1 lie other at bin bark ; And eveiy iluze.i hours be Drops Imipiiuifiom ttiu ru-c, 1 aucnt Just Ave minute-, then ltesuui- bin meriv paeu. It Is a Rratef ul city, and The tx dii)i' walk Is done; Xo 1ms a person than thu il.iynr Mm! take the I wit to 1 John." Tbs Mayor be Hit the tent Its flap And then pop nut njtitlu. 1'or sponeliur of earh other beads Are Two 1'win Uiiinamux. A', r. &m. Arkansas William, GOT. TttKisK are dozens of men in Michigan who-will remember meeting Arkan-.a "WflMsm, the Great Gulch Terror, in Jiilcsbnrg, Colo., Djuvcr, Laramie and other placcm, that territory a d'nwn years ago. He Wa a shooter, a slasher, an Indian killer, a Government scout, a cleaner-out of minins-camps, a tornado when he struckatown. Allthu he told us and sought to impress on our minds, and it camu to pass by and by thit whenever he crowed we all cackled. "We'd have bet nil the h ircs in Uio Firat Cavalry-against an Indian dog that Ar kansas Wllia-n was a match for any four tribes of Indians on the plains, and ' we'd have backed him agaltist all the I other terrors, tarantulas, wild cats, Rocky Mountain lions and howling bears between Omalia and 'Frisco. True, we never saw him shoot, nor cut, nor slash, uor knocV d wn and drag out, but it must be in him, because he said it was. It was an impressive sight to see him Milking around with a ridii, two revolv ers and a bowie strapped to him, and heavens' how he couia veil! M was enough to make every mule of the post , tremble to hear Arkansas William utter lt., ....... Kn ,mn nnalifl nflnroj). I le told us, when lio rode down on 200 u . j -.tt i tVnrr. r, thn f.mr winds. How many of us bought his . zj Giant, many here surpass the most tin types at $2 apiece will never be there. T hey are also a more comely knownVbut he was more eager to sell , proup. They stand forth m their light them than, to take the war path. When '. brown apparel, twenty and thirty feet in the Michigaadcrs left Colorado William I diameter, tall, gracefu , manelotis. was hankering to lay in a winter supply I At the terminus of the trip the chief of 250 scalps, seven barrels of gore and surprise occurred. George turns his a barn full of ears and coses, and his four horses and wagon, containing wild war-whoops"followed the regiment eight persons, straight to one of the for more than two miles. trees. The road runs neither to the ouc aui , fi.l(j0 nor tll0 otUt.r- it u Longfellow's The other day something was hoard Vestern road, which, opening wide and to drop in tlio Black Hills, and Arkansas . h-mdsonie, turns into a squirrel-path William, the Groat Gtdch Terror, walked Rnd nin3 u a treo. But thU aqnirrel in upon a mining camp, and in thunder .ltn i3 stjif w; je enough to hold horses tones inquired vhat sort of a grave-yard ami wagon, and, instead of running up they had there. When they tremblingly , a fns thlT,ugn it The trunk is answerea inai uio aiwi uuiw v that all the tocd were in th3 bct of Eeahh. the Terror mounted a barrel, flopped bis arms and cried out: " No grave-yards horel Xo place on "which-tolay my victims! Whoop! I'm tlie Great. Gulch Terror! I'm the gi gantic graveyard starter of the Big West! I'll tie both hands behind me and fight the whole town!" "They tried to coax him not to. Thoy even o&ereu mm ntteen cents to sn softly away aud leavo them alone. p" Boniy away ana ieavo tnem aione. in- deed, they offered to write mm a vane y play in which he, as tho hero, should till one hundred and fifty-five men in side of an hour and a half, but he would sot go. Arkansas William could not be bought with gold, and he had fame enough. Well, whi they realized that he wanted blood and must have it, a weaz-ncd-faced, flat-chested, thin-waisted mn from Cass County, Mich , whq weighed about one hundred and twenty pound, offered himself as a sacrifice. Ho hod never fought any thing or any body, anu be was so tame ana uumnie -that Uie men used to wipe the grease off men miu " ssc the close of a meal. He crawled out of hia tent and said he'd as soon fight as not. He had hist received a letter from borne to the effect that his wife had run off with a blonde tin-peddler, and now he didn't care to live longer. i "Him! He! "That man! That tooth pick! Why, I'll make hash of him in a second!" roared Arkansas William as he caught sight of his victim. i Yes, lie would do that very thing, and that would start a grave-yard. He threw down Tils rifle, put off his revolv ers, and crowed for blood. The little man didn't crow any, but he lugged out a wicked big knife, drew a hair across the edge of it, and said he'd do the best he could. The Terror crowed again and told how many men he had killed, but the weazen-faced man cut another hair with his knife. The Terror finally offered zj let him off on account of his consumptive look, but he wouldn't bo let off. He wanted to die then nnd there. Then the Terror wanted a fair show. He wanted to go up the trail and come down to the attack on the run. That was Ms best hold, and the way he had always fought. Tho little man was Earfectly willing. All he wanted was a ght to the death, and he didn't care how he got it. Arkansas William start ed up the trail, but halted and returned arid tiid: Boy, I'm the Great Gulch Terror, and I've put one hundred and ninety eight while men and over six hundred Indians under the sod. But I'm no monster. Something in your face touches my heart. I'll give you one more chauee to draw off and five on." The Cass County man wouldn't take it. He didn't want to live since his wife went back on him, and, moreover, he was mad for the first time in his life and wanted to see how he would act in a fight. Very well get ready to die!" yelled the Tturor, as he backed up the trail, lie was backing and spitting on his bowie-knifo aud gutting an awful look on his iace when last seen. The miners waited for tho rush, and expected every second to hear his yells, but they came not. Three fivo ten minutes slipped awav, aud then they Investigated. Ar kansas William was nowhere to bo found, but they saw a man a milo away heading for Deadwood and making ihe eaitli ache as he passed over it. Detroit Free Press The His Trees of California. It is an hour's climb up a smoolh, j elegant road, through forests that ! naturally prepare the way a giant's i causeway to the greater giants. The immense pines would startle you, only i you must keep your surprises for the i Sequoia, as they aro called. t After this I hour's ride, at A iharp turn in the roads in among dense lorests ol pines ana hemlo. ks, rise two trees close to each ' other, the bark smooth and of the cbW of cinnamon. They are called the Ul uiiiiiuiuuii. ...w Sentinels. You see and surrender. So ! : massive, so symmetrical, so clear, so stately; nothing strained. Thre is nothing strained aliont a big man no more about the big trees. They are naturally b. Instantly the immense ' pines assume their humbler position. ' Their heads bow ; their forms contract. . They are sorvants in the presence of i these, their masters. Hundreds of feet ; above the ground spring out shrt branches, ragged and not especially comely. The liny leaf of the hemlock ' grows thinlv on these short and scraggy ; branches. "Yet this green, curly hair, crowning the light brown stalk, gives a j not utieoninly aspect. It seems mora 1 fitting than wide-spreading arms and , LirsM leave i. Every thinz is made ' tributary to tallnes and size of the tree ' itself. These sl'-;ht appurtenances onlv intensifv the extraordinary qual- . . J r'u0a onmo enPflrinr prftin mirht ' tivation may be cxcelicnt, the seasons J vvthTna uraT fw-that mer favorable but if the seed planted or tolnau i can produce nothing great, sown is old, wonhless adulterated, or Sb?n boughs and thin leaves sW how not true to name, what will come but ! bulk runs to bulk alone. Bat even then vexatious dtsaopointment, and a loss all well and wisely pnt." Bulk is fr..m which abundant manuring and I ita own reward. It Itself sufficient . cool weather, can not, by any possibill- can Jfor being The Sentinels are sat- V, insure one? iirt ; of all, then, we , wSMMnHnrli. But the mnjes-, -y. good seed. It is of more im-l tkfaw sU?l to come. Whirl round the Prance tl.au al other farm operations coieT iu whoso angle they stand, and or practices put together; although sm KcTnou JLi before the chief I pfc as t may appear t ,s ra ly j ' of thfl elan. Get out of the wason, ana . - i . -mis is no way ociier iiiusiraiea tnan illtillS lL-5nl1 in them, one their ponderous ! jtws twenty and thirty feet above you, i twenty and thirty feet within the, outor I bark. Its lowest maasuro is a hundred ! feet, while its wide-extending roots, that come out from the hides like the paws of ! a lion from his legs, if included in the measurement. Would m ike it cover a hundred and twenty if not a hundred and fifty fect. This treo is not as tall me of its fellows. Tt has devoted iisclf to bulk. It haidly reaches there hundred foot. It is called the Grizzly Giant and is the mnstrr nf thn forest. OnDoaite lies its or twenty oi ihcm-Kids 'you to the upper side of the monster, and you t .ii ,M A enf nf atnni. a uozen promenade on a deck linger than that . :r tt i.. o ' oi an Auauuo w, . deck that traversed its whole length. But these are wonders, and they arc cheap. A few rods further, and we meet a double tree, shooting up f rom one baso thu matter of a hundred feet, and than departing-a Couple Of : Bunker Hill monuuients perched on a trunk a lmndred feet high and bigger, round than it is at its b&o. The trees ! are not so numerous as to detract, i ti o-.iiir nniiwuhlfi. The 1 other trees gather about them in due humility plenty of servants for the few forest lords. May they have a large progeny. The young he moU, even to ' saplings a foot high, aro numerous. Tney show that, if let alone three thou sand years, thero may be other giants . .i J t . ii s .1 ou the cartii oi tne same oioju as iubsu. We nass through this erove. wind up & hill another mile or two, and enter a still lareer forest of larger trees. ! tjU larger forest of Thouch no one hero surpass ine unz- sawn hicrh ana wide, so that wo an aro o-nthproil within it four horses and long wagon and still there's room for more. No one event so impresses the visitor Yet, when you como to figures, it does not surprisu'you. A double team and a carriage is not thirty fe-t long. ThU tree is thirty feet through. Tho im mense cut has not destroyed its vitality. It grows green above and around the i acep cut, ana iooks ticeiy to live anu another threo thousand years. - Up another trunk you look through an orifice in the top a telescope by the side oi which Koss's is a microscope. Through another, prone, you walk for 1 several hundred feet, the roof as high as that of a country church. In another, ! called Haverford, named from that col lege, a group of a hundred collegian could easily gather and sing their wildest bacchanals, without disturbing its se renity. There are several of these forests: but nearly all within a compass of a hun- dred miles. I heard Gen. Rosencranz discourse very intelligently and agreea w 0 theIr orIgjn IIo 0" lhey baa attaiiiea thuir immense aeand fcize by virtue of their position sheltered by higher hills from ocean blasts and by conditions of climate from severe change of weather. Certain it is that this group has such shelter and warmth. Certain, also, it is that the redwood of the Coast Range, of which it is the kin, does not attain to such proportions. Certain it is also, that they are not found ont of this warm and protected region, thoso that appear a hundred miles to tho south be ing in the same line of climate and con diuon, and the groups that cluster around this center, known by different names as Calaveras, Tuoluinno.Fresno, and Mariposa but all in one center aud of a short radius. The Ixtle liahop Gilbert Haven, in N. Y. lndeiKtuleHl. Buffalo limiting in Montana. A correspondent of tho New York Times, writing from Miles City, says: "The most active industry of tho win ter Ills been buffalo-hunting, which has been pursued on a large scale. The prairies in all directions from here are covered with the carcases of bison whose hidos are seen hanging on tho fences of the ranchmen along tho river, or piled in tho warehouses of this place. I have heard it asserted that 10,000 bi'.falo have been thus slaugh tered for their hides in the Yellowstone Valley this season. Probably half that number would bo a more reasonable es timate. Tho hunting parties generally consists of fivo or six men one to cook, one or two to attend to tho skinning, and the remainder to do tho shooting. A hunter named White who employ h soveral of those parties, is reported to have secured 2,000 hides. A rough calculation of tho daily requirements of the several Indian tribes in Upper Mon tuna makes it practicable to compute, with some acctiraev, thn possible u.im age ru'tained by the northern buffalo herd durinz the winter. Tho average consumption of buffalo innnt by tho j Indians is about four pounds daily for each individual. At that rate thirty buffalo ure required daily by the Sitting , Bull Sioux, and, extruding the calcula tion to the other tribes, it is probable that between the Indians peeking food a-id the white luitn in quest of hides , 25,O0; buffalo haw: been killed in East uruMjuUina this season. This seems - .tt first lo Im :ui eii'innum number, litil , ii mii't be honin in mind that the herd is itself anormoii!', and capable of with Riandtiig sufch annual onslaughts 'villi m j rceptiblc diminution. The white hunters receive SI WJ for each hide dc- I liveied in Mile City, and when the several steamboat loads will be shipped hence for Chicjigo and other I Ivwcrn Cities, mo leminruu iw iui- b"uls the sltooling Bf bUon after Feb. 1, but the injunction is generally disre- but the injunction is genera garded, and when the port; herd now south of the 1 non oi mo ellowstone - t , vt passes by aain on the way to the North ern pastures, mere win iniiuuuiu m ule upon it. The temptation to shoot is irrosUtiblc when a man can stand in the do.nvav of his cabin and fire into a herd of hundred and thousands of head of otitic. Deer are also plenty, and antelopes are more than abundant. The market value here of antelope skins is 3(1 cents per pound, or $1 each. Wolf skins bring $2 and coyotes 75 cents to 1. Panthers and mountain lions are not quoted." ABOUT aEEU. "Goon seed in a good soil" has long been Aisriiifltswt of the best kind of farming; for it has boon an assuranceol , good culture, while holding the promise i "of a good harvest. The manure pilo wm Kn IdMrA uill annnliofi tnn Pill. r": v-" i J '' s. i:' f .o... k; a ihinz which hundreds of farmers think they have no business to meddle with, but which must be left wholly to the seed merchant and the scienti he experi menter. If farmers did but give a greater share of their attention to this , matter, nicy woum oe nioro sure oi re sults, and there would bo fewer occa sions for disappointment and loss in the growing of field and garden crops, than is now the rase. Out of i he great variety of cultivated grains and vcgetaides, only a very few are grown as What maj' oe callca Slar.tt- 1 ard or leading crops, lncre are seven- ! jy different species of vegetables 6r; instance, grown in the gardens and on , -" imc o.-, uu thn patalomies of scviLsnu-n show as - - - - 1S ., , d, , . sw iimu u km. iihc, io w ...i.:nu varieties are almost endless, Of the l above there are moro than forty varie ties of beans, corn, peas and tomatoes. wen; micen oi squasnea, vwenty ui cucumbers, and thirty-five of melons; and jet wo seldom see growing upon our larms more than three or four of beans, t:.o i.-. throo of corn, and one of tomatoes, squashes, cucumbers, and nvi.liina pflnli ' wliili nf Ihft 1 1 r.T rl cmln. such as heat, barley and oats, there is never but a single variety grown, I'xccpl in a very few instances for ex- perimcntal purposes. We speak now of ' iiiu Miwiug ui Bucus as iium hou garuuu crops, and have no reference to the ttimmeivial features of the bminess. These have increased to a very great extent in recent years, especially in connection with the growing nnd im provement of seeds for the vegetable garden ; and in addition to those grown in our own country, immense quantities are imported from England, Germany, France, Bclgiuai, Holland, and other lortign countries. One well known seed-grower in this State says ho hat paid as high as three hundted dollars an ounco for choice cucumber seed for propagation. It is ttimalisl that 3,000 acres uf land in tho State of Xew York are dovoted to tho jjrowing of pea and beans for seed pur poses ulone; CO acres to flower se-id, and 250 lUTes to vegetable seed. In jlichigau and Illinois l.tiOO acres aro In gatdon seeds, 1.0C0 in Pennsylvania and Xew Jerney, and as many in Massachu setts, Uhode Island and Connecticut: the crop of onion soed in thu last Ham- d ouilo being 50,000 pounds annual ly. TIicjo figjrtij give some idea w the ixtent of the scud -growing busi ness in our couuliy, hut as yet lit.le at tention had b. en given to tho growing nf wheat, barley, oats and other field ains whull for s-ed purposes. This is done chictly by each farmer for his own uses, aud it is to this to tho im provement of these grains through so iectiou and careful growing that we 'tope to see more attbiition given in the uture. In recent years much has been said coueeniitig the doctoring" or adultera tion of field seeds; and our readers are already acquainted with the importance which this subject has reached, in Germany, though in this country it has nut yet scorned to become a profitable business to doctor" field seeds as a regular profession. In Europe nearly fifty seed central stations are in opera tion, where ail sorts oi commercial .eds are tcatod previous to their being placed upon tho market, or after thoy have been expostd or sale. The results there obtained have shown that tho av erage por ccntage of pure seed was 69; the average per cent, of foreign or adul terated otibstnuces 41, while of the t'J por cent, of seeds which wt-ro what they were represented to be, only 18 per cent, were capable of germination. Clover seed is one of tho easiest sub jects for "doctoring," and among the impurities found in it have been sand, eru.- hed granite (colored), and tho seeds of more than forty distinct species of ! i? J 1 , uuAiuua iiuiusi ouuiu guwi wurfc iiua been done in tho matter of detecting I ho ; impurities in our useful seeds In this country. Tho tests so far made are hardly sufficient upon which to base accurate conclusions, but it is safe to say that 20 per cent, of impurities are found in our rniss seed, and 7 por eetit. in clovers fhrse impurities consisting of dirt, sand, chuff, and seeds of foul weeds. An interesting point in connection with feeds tf vegetables and crams offered for fale is in reference io the relations which the seed grower and seed merchant bear to the public. As object and general nature of which Is to reform to tho matter of purity it is impossible . ""SJSS ffi touxpoct absolute perfection; but it is j ,., naniwy. his wife, dated Julyauh. Iiiil.n not iuiliossililu to expect a relative or i mnlcd In tlie lteconler's ofllee In Holt county, nroftli-il miriiv nnd to rr-irh this should .Missouri. In lhHik OS. at Page III nlien-ln said prai.iu..u )uni v, anu io rc.ien mis snoutu ,,. are (Hrriimi us the , of the sw be tho object of every seed grower and ofscctiiiui. ttange r.l, Townships:!., u herein Ii seed merchant. Tlioso who grow seeds simulii have been tlie southwest fourili of the -e-speciaUy of vegetables-Should belgjtiti careful to have stoCKOf the right Strain ; wherein H Mates that If sale Is made Hirrcun imiwitin locations whom mixture will ! l'r. that the same Miuuhlbe 'puhllshfil In Mimi; be impossible, keep the varieties dis tinct and pure, and (tell to seed mer chants or tho public only the best. The seedsman, wh.-thcr he bo himself the grower or otilv the seller of the seed, must bo able to guarantee to tho farmer who buys seed, of practical purity, and of varieties absolutely true to name. The farmer or market-gardener must know what ho buys, and must bo sure he can fall back on the sced.umm for anv loss from imouritv or dls.niiioint- I nient consequent upon old, worthless, j adulterated sccdi. The safety and sta j hilar of this whi ilo vast business centers I in the practical carrying out of theso I principles. New England Fanner. A FtEUCB bnll-dogatMeridon, Conn., triod to fight his rejection in a mirror, at a cost of two huudrcd dollars to his owner. Frank G. DEALER IX GUNS. PISHING TACKLE, And Sporting Apparatus, lOO So ix tli 1? on i- tli Street, SrA JOSEPH, MO AGENT FOR THE HAZARD POWDER CO. m H. M. JJLACILWjSLIi Sa CO., DEALERS IN LUM BER, LAT Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds AND BUILDING MATERIAL Cor. Sixth and Penn Streets, st. Joseph, Mo LITERARY REVOLUTION and UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE. 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Mats prlii-per viitiime. ail l.iriMlll"rril"-r. iill'l I r.l 11-v.i imimi up t iiiii-.. i tin Miiiim.in null of many other slainlanl works npilly 1-w tifprlee sent frre. I prinCiDeS 1 1 1 h of the American , .,,, v ,lllU. ,,..,, llf ! vni,. j- -W(lrk , lia,w ,,r pri.llt r)l,t ll mnk,lK i,,M,ks; ahmit ime-liatf what It was tit. Selltohnyersillrert.aiiilae'lhemthe titii-njl tit 1tn1jr4 IV. Tho iist of hooks whfii made 10.000 at a time Is hut a fraction of the cost when mailt '(Hat n time ailopt the tow prlc-anit si-H the l.-ireiUantlty. .... V. UsepxHl tyio j.uht. ele tin nn-fiil iri-!hijr. ami strniic. neat lilnillnR.tiiit avnlil alt "paiJ. illn""fat anil heavllvleaile. tvp". siwnsv p umt. anil tniulvMiMnz. which are so i-ommoiily ro sortisl to ti make Nniks took law ami line, ami wlilrh ureatly ailit M their cost, '-lit ilo not to "v'lV Ti!' make St ami a frlenil Is iK-tter than to make $5 ami an enemy. Standard Ulirtirv of Knonlr-Jire. at vols Sift. Mlltnian's lllihonV Home. .1 vols Macntilav's Ulslnrv of Kii-lanil n vol Sl-Vl .aiAhcrVsCvcloiia-illaof Knc Ul tls 22.00. Kiilijlil's Hist no ' Enshiml 1 vl 3. Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious men. .1 vols .?1JV0. ttelkie's IJfeanil Worts of nirlst.fiuc. Yoimc's llihle Concontanre, sll.OuO references (pre:irln;:l. Arm? IJIiniry of Itlosrapliy. 3oc Ilook ol Kalilcs. -Ksop. etc.. Ills. BOp. .Wlton's complete Poetical Works.. 10c. Shafci'SlM-arc's Complete Works. TSe. Works of Haute, translated hy fary. S0c Acme Llhrarv nf .VoJeni Hassles. .W. .stories anil Italla-Js. hy KTAUel lliis.,.!. liohlnson rnnc. Illns .Vic Umiivoh's IMlin-lm Progress, Illns. 50c Arafclau Nights. Illus .vie Adventures of Don JulHte lllii3nc The Koran of Mohammed. Iiy Sale.av. Works nf Virgil, translated hy Drydeii. 40c. Jtemlt hv hank draft.nioney order, ni .tay tie sent In i)stsge Manii. Add res lstfreil AMERICAN BOOK EXCHANGE, Tribune Building, New York. Order of Publication. Stat-, of Missouri. County of Holt. Kstate of John Martin, Deceased. In the Proliate Court of .said county. May Term, ls.su. Now on this day comes S. T. Lucas. Adminis trator of the estate, of John .Mania, late of said county deceased, and presents to the court his petition pnniug lor an order lor the sale or eer itiiu real esatu of which the said John Martin died s.-tzed, deseriht'd as follows : Twenly-tlve arn-sotl of the nnrtu end ol the east half of the northeast quarter of sci-tlMi seven, anil twenty fivv aires oil ol Ihe north end ol the wi-st half of the northivi-sl iiuarter id M-cthm eight, and tlie cast half of t!ie cast half of fnietlnnal sec tiouMv, and the w't nt tlie',of Irst.-lloii.-tl er. nve all In towusliip sixty, of range thirty-eight. Containing In all one hundred acres, more or less. to pay thedehts of said (-slate. Which said iietllion was accompanied Iiy Hie accounts. luts. ami inventories as i:iiiiiii im- iiiniiims. reiiuln-d Iiy taw, slimy- iilehte.' and that nald int. Ihsl s:iiil i-st:ite is tilde delds an- unpaid and that there Is not sufficient assets on hand to pav the sat:e. tin exaimua Ihensif it Is ordered by the court, that all K-r-sons Inti-rcstcd In the estate of .said di-ceased, he notified that application ,vs atnresaid has lieen iiiiule. and tli.il unless the contrary Ik shimn on ortieforeth.-first day of the next term of thLs court to he held on the uth day of August next, an order will Ik- made for Ihe sale of the real e latc said petition ili-si-rili(il,orsu much thereof a shall lie sufficient for the payment of said dc Ids. and Hie expenses of mcli sale. And it Is further ordered that this notice lie putillshed in sonie nuwsiiapcr published iu said en inty of Holt tor four weeks prior to the next term of this court. Slate id Missouri. C'ouulv of Hott.ss. I, IL II. Mussel, Judge of the Prohate Court of said County, hereby certify that the tilmve Is a true eopv of the original order of publication then-ill rrfcrn-d to, as the same appears of record In my office. Witness niy hand aud seal of our said court, done at my ollil- In tln-xon 111 silid county, tills -joth day uf June, 1SH0. Ska i. it. H. ul-ssku Judge. Order of Publication. itate of Missouri. County of Holt, ss. In the Circuit Court id Holt county, Missouri April Term, l!. The .Sullivan Savings Iu.tl tution, Plainlltlvstinirge II Walker, admin-istrator-f Jaiiu-s Ilaiusey, deeeaM-d, William II KauiM-v, William T Itamn-y. Nancy Jane Cotton. William Cotton. Oliver K ltiisti. Sarah .1. Myer. Jaines M Itamsey, Missouri V Wil liams, Caleb Williams, ;F.llzabeih T Itamsey, Kllza K Itamsey. Cassandra S ltams.y. Julia Ii Ibiniscv, Jusviili D KaiiLM-y, Hairy I. Itain-M-y, Cliarh-s A Itamsey. James A lliisli,losepli Myer aud Peter F.Ilamscy, Defendants. Sow ou thlsMli day of May lssO. -oines Ihe plain tltf herein, bv Its attorney, and It appearing to tin; satisfaction of the Court that Hie above named defendants. James A Hush. Joseph .My er, and Pi terF Itamsey are non-resldi-ntsnf the Male id Missouri and the ordinary, processor law eannol he sened umiii them : wlicrrupim disordered bv the Court that said delcndaiits iiewsiiam-r published Inlthe county of Orcgou' changing the same to -comity of Holt." And thai unless Ihe said defendants he and ai iiearat tl.lt court at the next term thereof, to lie begun aud linlden at the Court House. In tho city of Oregon, In s.ild county on the 11 day of J August day of said term, answernr plead to the petition In said cause, the .same will lie taken a. con IBi Ilt-Xl. null oil or immr utc wih fessed iml Judgment will tie remienn acconi Ingly. And It Is further ordered that a copy hensd lc published according to law. AUra!':"1'5' W. It. SPIHXISKK, Clerk. T. I'. Diuigan. Att'y for Plaintiff. Three Irishmen, who had dug n ditch for $4. were quite at lass to know how to divide the pay "uqually." But one of the number had been to school, nnd readied division in arithmetic, no it was left to him. He did it at once, say ing, "It's aisy enough. Sure there's two for you two, ami iwo ior hic, ioo. -iu two rereived their portion with a greatly t increased respect for thu advantages ' which learning sives to a man. Hopkins, iucrrn - - ut.w " M;m"o.in jinm u nnwi hi Is a reprinl entire nf the last (WO) l-jllnlmn: In the tleh! forexamliiatlon Ith iirlvllese of return on n-- i i Book Exchange few M to M per cent, conimnilstlon roiniiiiiiily."'al- Books. American l'ntrlotlin. .W. Talne's Hlstorvof Eujr. IJlcraliire, TSe. m il's Hook Natural IIUtorv. M. 1'irlorial Haudy jxlw. V. Sayings hy nutliorof Sparnnvgnnrs PajK-rs, SOc. Mrs. HemaiLS Poetical Works. 73c. Kltto's Cvcloiwdla of llihle Uleriiture vols 32 icoiuu s aiicicm iiisiory, sia Smith's Dletlouarv of the llihle, Illns. SI, Works of Flavins .lose pirns. SI. , 'oiiilc History of IT 8.. Hopkins. Illns.. 30c, . Hi-alth by Exercise. Dr G II Taylor. Tar. Health for Women. do Wc. Uhrary Majrtzlne. I0c a No.. 1 a year. . Uhrarv Magazine. IkmuiiI volumes. We. I leaves from the Diary of an old lawyer. ' Each of the almve Imam! In rloth. If ly mall ' I vintage exlni. Jiost oi ine hooks are aiso pun- ! (lined In tine cdllimis and fine hlmllugs. at I higher tirlces. I Descriptive t'ataloKne and Terms (o CluVs , j sent Free on I!eiucst. letter, or hy express. Fmctlons of one dollar Order of Publication. Stale of JHsnMiri. County of Holt, ss In the Circuit Court of Holt vimnij. M'.-onri. August Term, lsi. TheS.ate ef Missouri at tlie relation and to Iim use nt Fn d Myers, col lector id the Itevenue -it Hull cuunty, .Mis souri, vs Mallhla Winkler. John Winkler. James Wink ler, llarton Winkler and Willl.im 'Winkler. Defendants. . . Now on tills 7th day of Jlay.lNslciinies the plain tin herein. In- Ills attorney, before the under signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Holt coun ty. Missouri, In vacation and flics his pctitl -n and af!lda it, stating among other things that Ihe al.ove named defendants are non-residents of tie State of Missouri and cannot be summon ed in this action, whcrciilmii It b ordered by the l-li-rt tli:it saidiilefendanK be untitled by publi cation, that iilahitlrf has commeiiceii suit iiii-m in mis rtiiin.liie iiiiu-ci ami lvl nature nf wlilcii Is In recover iim Mini rilmcd tu he due plalullll as hark tin iilnst lliem In mis coun.liie onieci ami jcenrr- Mllll c Plalullll as liai-K taxes ami Interest nnd costs on lot H. hi block 13, in Fon-st City Hull County Missouri, for tlie years 1872. Is73, 1374. ls73,l!f7Mnd ls77,atid that unless the said defemlarlslicandajiiHMr .it this court at the next term thereof, to be begun and hidden nt Hie Court House. In tlie city of Ore gon. In said county on the l day of August, isso next, and on or before the sixth day of -.lid term, .answer or plead to the m-til Inn In said cause, the same will b. taken ascon fesseil nnd Judginenl will be rendereit .-ui-onl-Inglv. And It is further ordered that a copy hereof be published according to law. A true copy. Attests W. It. SPIlIXt:.Mt, Clerk. C. W. Thomas, Att'y tr Piaiutllt. Order of Publication. State uf Mhunurl, County of Holt, ss In the Circuit Court f Unit county. MK-iiurl, April Tenn. IrWO. Atihn-y C. iniy rialntilf. v.s William f. Owsley, Defendant. At this dav oiues tlie nlnlntllf liereln. hy his attorney, and It nieariiiit to Ihe sallsfiietlnn of the Court that tho iiImivi- I named defendant is a nun-resident nf the , State nf Missouri and cannot be summoned in , lids actum, whereuimn it is ordered hy tlie. Court that said defendant lie uutlfled Iiy iiubll- , cation, that idaliititl hits iniiiincnced suit . apilll Illlll III lilts rouri. Hie liujcct anil Rener al natiiro of which Is Io rc.iiver daiiiaireM to tlie amount of Sl.utO, fur hrearh of contract aud fur other iiinsldenillo'is Hi relation t the fol low Ins land hi Holt county. Missouri, to-wlt : Tlie southeast fourth of Section :S. Tim n-thlp Itl. tauist, which Is claimed hy Plaint I IT to linvi. lii'i-ii nureliiLseil iihoiit December 3d. lsd). said Defendant having failed to make deed therefor. , ' And that unless tlie said defendant Ik anil np- pearat tlil.scourl at uie new icnn iiien-oi. ui be heiiun and hnhlen at the Court ltoiw. U tlie citv of (ln-eoii. In said county on tlie Shi day ot Aiijtust. lsrsi next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, answernr plead to tlie petlllo in said cause, the same will Im- taken its con fessed and judgment will be rendered arconl liiKly, and Ids property sold to satisfy the same. And It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be published accordlni; to law. A true copy. Attest: S.MtlNtSKK.CIeik. Daniel Zook, Att'y for llaltitltt' Order of Ptililiention. State of MKsourl, County of Holt, s.s. In the Circuit Court of said county, Aprl Term, Isso. Martha llllllnpi, rialntirt. vs CmirKe V. nil lliiir. Defendant. At this dav comes Ihe I'lalnlllt herein, by her attorney, anil it apienrlnj: to tlie satUfacllon of tlie court, that Hie iiImivc named defendant Is a nnii-ro-ldf lit of tlie Stale of MKiuri and can not he summoned In tills action : Where uihui it Is nnleredbvthecourt that said defendant beiui- tilled Iiy publleuthm.that idatntltt has comment-; ...I wiiit .iinitnst lilni tu this court tho ohicct am ourt tho object and Kcueral nature of which l.s to have tlie bonds of matilmimy now exlstlni; between ald iilalntltl and defendant cancelled nnd wholly held for naught. And that unless the said defend ant bo and appear nt this court nt the next term thereof, to lie bepun and hidden at the Court House. Int'.e city of Orejroii. In said county, on the'itd day of AiiRiist. ls.su next, and ou or before the sixth day ot said T.rin. answer or plead to the ivctltlon In .said cause, tin- Minn will lie taken ns confessed and jmltr lueut will lis rendered accordingly. And It Is f Hither ordered that ii copy hereof oe published accordlni; to law. A true copy. Attest: W. It. SPlIIXHKlt, Clerk. K..I. KcllopTB, Att'y for I'lalntllf. "It is tho fluty of every mini to work." says tho philosopher; hut it ia n Cuty tliat can ho ncKlcctcil hy tho averii(;e man oftcucr than any other. by. A Washington letter to Harper's Bazar cays : Kvery one who has been in the same boarding-house or hotel with a Repre sentative or Senator has doubtless ob served the appalling amount of mail matter ho daily receives. Appalling, because it is no hght task to open and read so many letters, even if the M. C. does not propose to answer all of them, and most of them necessitate somn re ply. But this is not all: tho majority of them relate to business matters to which constituents insist the M- C. shall give his personal attention, and to do so he must soend several hours each day in amending to matters which legiti mately belong to the province of claim, pension, or patent agents. But tli con stituent has no mercy, and evidently re gards his vote, past or prospective, as a retaining fee, rendering it obligatory on his Keprcsentalitc or the Senator from his State to attend to the prosecution of any claim he may have befuro the Ex ecutive Departments. One M. C, on returning from the House, finds an enormous box, which his arrived by ex press during his absence, and on which the clerk of the hotel where he lives luis paid five dollars express changes. On examination this proves to be the model for a patent which one of the M. C.'.s constituents wishes to secure. Next day comes a letter from thu constituent, who is a man in comfortable circum stances, saying that he understands that it costs twenty live dollars to get out a patent, and as ho is a little short of money, he desires his" member to ad vance him that amount, and secure the patent, and he will repay the loan sonw time, but says nothing in apology for sending the model with express charges . unpaid. Taking a peep, by permission, over an M. O.'s shoulder, as he reads his mail, we see he has forty letters which have arrived that day. There are four or five applications for pensions; as many moro requests to secure a clerk- ' ship in Washirgton, or appointment to office at homo or in the consular and diplomatic service; several petitions to have postal rou'es changed, or otie postmaster dismissed and another ap pointed. Others want lengthy explana tions of the census law. One man writes for a nnmber of books, printed at Government expense and franked, to bo sent him, which, if sent, would fill a whole express car. lie specifics some, and winds np hy adding, "and all other volumes pub lished at Government cxpenso." This demand is mad by one whoargnesthat " we tax-payers have a right to these books, as wo pay for them ;" but if one investigates the amount of taxes nsually paid by thoso making such requisitions, they will be found possessed of little or no taxable property. Another, who hvo3 in a city and probably does not own or leae a patch of ground larg cr.ough to grow any thing therein, fllU a page of foolscap with the names of plants and seitls he wishes sent h-tn. Ah no Senator or Representative now has seeds to dis tribute, an application for them necessi tates two letters from the recipient, one referring the matter to the Commission er of Agriculture, anothcrinforming the applicant that his letter has been so referred. A man who ha been at work on a Government building in a Western city writes that he fell from it and injured himself severely, and wishes hia mem ber to demand from the Government damages and a pension ou acevmut uf his wounds. Of course this compols an answer, explaining that neither pnnsions nor damages are paid by tho Govern ment under tho given conditions. The applicants for pensions offer ii'-cry variety of reason why thoy should re ceive them, but certainly the man who preferred that which is about t- lie quoted has had no rival in thu line. He recently wrote to an M. C. aking that a pension bo procured for him, a he had served in the United States army during the Mexican War. The reply was that pensions were not given save to thoso who had boon disabled in con sequence of wounds or illness contracted while in the service and lino of duty. To this the applicant promptly r'-sponded, no whit disconcerted, and evideutly with no suspicion thnt his claim was a pre posterous one. Ho wrote that he had not been wounded, or ruffered from severo illness, but that he " was scared nearly to death at Buena Vista," .-nil he thought thu Government ought to giro him something for tho agony endured then. French JTarringcs. "FiaDnES," aftid the Uto Sir Rohart Peel; 4,you can prove any thing by fig ures." M. 1,'grand, accordingly, hai no difiiculty in proving that marriage in France is not altogether ns it should ho ; had it been so h'm work, Ac ilariage et les Maenrs en France, would never hnvo been written. Things can not be quite right when the 44 Academy ol Moral and Political Sciences " offers a prize for the best essay on 44 Matrimony, ana how to improve tne conditions, moral, social and legal, under whioh it Is entered on." Ten years ago M. tgrand got this prize, and he kept his essay until now, publishing it in a much enlarged form, and bringing his statistics, otc, up to the present date. It is, therefore, quasi otlictal; for the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences stands on stSdiffrent fooling frttm our Social Science C in gress. Some of his figures are startling, and we have not our own Hegi-trar-General'a tables at hand whereby tu check thorn; but of course theyahavo been checked hy those who 44 crowned '" his essay. Tho fact which makes thoujtfitfnl Frenchmen anxious is that, wbjfo thu marriage rate is not lower, xvAjM-i oven slightly higher thau it was, Mia birth rate is alarmingly low, and geM lower, instead of rising. There wey actually more births at thn beginuijf: of the century, with a population olnAt 27, 000,000, than there were in fo60l IJo tween 1800 and 1815 thu number M chil dren per marriage averaged 4 2? I' sank gradually till 1800, nloniging only 3.03 for the years btwln 1855 and I860; between 16G0 and8U5 it ro-e to 3.08. Tantalizing, as, i Aeed, such ta bles generally are, this pirtieul.i$ table ends with 18G5, and we arc left to M. Legrand's assertion that tho decrease is still a sad fact, and to. another table which shows that the "irth for evcry hundred inhabitants have averaged dur ing the last forty years The worst year was 1871, when, owing to the war, the average sank to 2.26. In 1872 il rose to its highest, 2.C7. In 1877 it was 2.55, the same as in 1850. Ul uiarriaires ine r rencn averaKo ior the i last ten years is 88 for every hun :d iuhahitants. It was GO in 1570, 72 dred in 1871, 93 (its highest) in 187:.', whcii the war aud its ruiults were wull-nigh over. As with ns, the niatniii"inal barometer is, from year to year, a deli cate test of the national prosperity or depression. Thr.rc is no complaint, however, of the small number of mar riages; it has risen since lbOO, between which year and 1850 the average was not quite 79. Xor does Franco in this respect stand badly as compared with other countries. There aro actually more marriages per cent, in France 4.han in England M Legrand's table (undated) gives a follows: In Hun gar) , 1 08 marriages for every 100 in habitants; in llnssia, 1.00; Germany, 97; Austria, 90; France, 88; Kugland, 80; Holland, 83; Italy, 79; Scotland, 76; Greece, 08; ltiumania, G5; Ireland, 17. So that there are twice as many marriagos in France, for the population, as in Ireland, which wo used to look on as the most marrying country iu En rope. London Echo Onr JI Cs- Are Worried Hair Constituents. The Johnson Revolving Book-Case. TOR Zaum, ClerxRpnen, JitjttcianM, Editor, Bankers. Ttaetiert, Merchants, Students, and alt who read books. Holds more books la less space than anr other device Botates at a flnmr'n touch Shelve ad justable at heigoU desired Each abelf U18 inches qua re, holding a let ot Appleton's Cyclopedia. Made of Iron, it cannot Torpor wear out. Beauti fully ornamented, miking a handsome and novel ?ilece of furniture. 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Collecthn-s r t- eclve careiiil ntteullon. II. II. r'liAZEK. l. MuHOXAI.D. I'titstuKXT. jr.isttiKa. ! ; . A voting nuithcr must have some rest ii... i. t. .1.:. ... I .Li:-!. ...I lllll lllll l.s im. it, K'l: m.iuiiiuii.'t.i.'i j when tho hahv is nrtless and crii-s it in Sliilllivr iini'iv i- UMujr hi. i.i.n ISaliv Synip. AVo arc h:iii"iii!r up nii-tures oven- day ::b itit the rluimbcr wtills of our hcjirt.s lhat -.fi chnll have to look at when w ! 'it in the Hhadowt f THE it of ST JACtms OIL Is imli-ttl i followed by thu must wonderful results, i Miir- than a dozen iti-e- have i-nuie to my kiK'WIcilge, w.irre St. .l.ti-olis OilJ cffei-titl speedy cures hut I will on y mention one in.t:ini-i! A man stifferiiig J fur twenty-four years from Khellinattsm was iuditi-ed to try thn St. .lai-nlw tiil lie urd a few. Imtt es of this tillly wnii durful emrily -.mil is now entirely well mice moro AV. Keinhardt, Elinors lfnwliii ! filso In the -.:-rKtnt tlntv hrenks a thread in the loimi, and will pec the etrei t when the wenvinj,' of I lifutimu is unraveled. It has no Pa'iSical Stsnificincc: Hut for curing all Summer denitije inents of the .stiunaelr and howles Hrown's Hlaek-berry mm dinger has no i-niial. Xnfainilv isMife withnut it. Fur sale everywhere. o) ets. per lyattlu. : j tt 1 1 f r i x. i i nouoway.a uiutmeui.. i I'iis-smiI of Ihls ceiurily. ev.ry man may Ik- Ids own lliH-tor. It may he rtudcd Into the i ssrni, mias to n-arh anylntemrl nniibi'.il ; j li- the?, means It cures Sores or ulcers hi the I Throat, Stomach. Ucr. Spl.ie or ot:irr Kirts, it is an uiia-iioii- rewiiMy ior r., niatlsin. ard alt Sin I'Lseases. ! insists, t miir:iriii ur .siiii .kmiiis. ,111111. 1.11. n UiitiUTAXT CAiTlow one an" Keniiiiie i unless tIi.iKnatur.'if J. Havimu k. as asent rnr the nillcd Malts MiirMinds each txi ot , lZT"WUt- "'' rtr-Tlieru Is con.sidcr.ihte satins hy taking I t io larp-rslzcs. ..... ltiii.Miw.v J; Co., New otk. i BRENT GOOX & CO.. Wholasale AKout-i. NEW YORK ?rof Tvndall thus concluded an ad- i ."ii... .imwunr tti.s l.nniimi Hiii- 1 dr.- k.VIU llWOIIw. . "Tiikecaro of your health. Imagine Hercules as nun-iuaii in .-. rotten boat; 1 what can ho do there hut. by tho very nreo of ins utrnko expedite the rum ot nis cr.ift. Take rare of the timbers or vmir IhkiIJ' AXS t' VS CK."4 tJilS. Cliccit Jnngo. Weur-.-intliiirii-.l to aiiun.iiic !.in!el Zok as an iui"iidrnt e.i.n.1 late for Ihe iiftlco nf Circuit Jiui-xi! forthe n Jud.Vt.-i! Circuit. " DAXIEL ZOOK, Attorney at liHiv, OKKf.'OX, .MO. WKI lirarlif e iu ul. the mint. f 3!NvittrI. i" Ktnie t.uiuexs and loik-f .!imi i.r.Lipt rr attended In. oniei- u.i mib ( I'tunc -iil:ui.-. K. J. KSU RRC, ATTOliXKY AT LAW, CKAIU, Ml.s.-Ol l.'I. Will prucllr. in ,-dl tin- rourU of Hull and ad- i I : nHiui ir. t.c. iti;ut.v,' ATTORSEV, AT LAW, OKKOOX, UI.oSOCi:!. r;!I irartl.- in all CimrN -.1 lis.ii.irl.Kan.a nv. ae. Nrunnka. Kml IMiite- Im-ducM, and .I-rtiaiw rniji;itly atli n-H-i! to. A. II. JAJIISOX, Attorney nt Law, xioal Esta'o, Iitmranco aal CoUasi ias Agsat, , jmuxi) city, jiissornt. VI'I pnirlirt- in alt the courts nf ui'rtliTrest Jits-Mi irl. j i.. ii. nstiwi.vM. ATTOKXKV AT LAW. UKKltOX, JJIOCUI, Will rni-.h-cIiiallCnarts. '.Ileal K-.t.i!ii '. .il-- a- -J I'lttircllmts i-nimptl; itlrKitti! In. MOXTHlOIKItY A tvi:riizi;. A .V 1C K U-S AN") Ii It o tC B S. S oitEcox, Jii-ocui,. Ijiii JIiHipy.R-rXidrs. Iirjir-Uraf; . ail (riclKilriili-..:iii.f c.ilievl pu..,o),v o.j.ile 1 l.ij-Taxi-xfjr noii-rt-i!d.-iilsj4Wi,vivsia.;.:d ii ml rstar,..aml tuv.-tnw-uti nnrfr irffif le ttmtf. Interrvt r.lltmvd i-n Tiiiie . .. irvr.i. 3i. i. ?.. rr .e-;i-..i-ji.. t .ir.;. Cfosliit & Fiafj;jiilMinn, riivsiciAXs axi), sl;i:(;e()Xs ' :.Ki:or.-j:ti. OFKti V Oneito r i-'!i !i id llinfe. i-.;alr. j.T:5Tii:ttr'i.::ir. h, UOMtKOI'ATIirST AXI) SntfiKtX, UISKISON, MIS-'OCKI, Oi:il K - A! r-.v'drm-,.. HTiuih-rt ! r H ot I. I r... .i ere; f'-iiicrly rfsSd-i: e of U-vi Crel'. jioni:iso .t cinuii.vs. i:kal e.'- tate,loax & ixsntA sen ACENTH. 'iuptiive.I rrints from twrv-ae!-s-lb-If to iy dnllai.s ix-raen-. Iaii ninner un it- it- t jvuratii-tenas. Alitrarts nf tittes f.irii.hnt. t-ib.H fir liim-rIt!-iS-. i;e;,iwrr I' e oiitllirmnl r . y.. AincrUn -.. mlnrvt. I.niiio. I'linri.l JiarXTur.! itHfl Uerunii Amerir iii HMimiio- Cmn:2id. orjr-orer A. J.CxA-. C x tinc. Xnrtii ide ftfi h- t,.cji 1I!H:(.V. JI(. Mot Dead CUT still u-ms oreco:: TrtAiiSrcR ma zxprss like j t tin-uniiiir I whhIiViv that I am j still ill t: c uelil ami rrniUVKf. nil tiuiri i !'- - AllT- I Uv i ' "i"v " 4 j Come on With Yivir Orers ' L'KXKV .MOLTKi:,rrnnct.r. ! Lomlnn tins m.0(l0 dwelling hoOM-Ht IF run !, ' . . -. r l.i.. t..r. , 1 j.,,;,i. ami d.titkiiow the iiiniiU'r Lis -trcet! I you 'jcIUt j:;e' vocr i ti. ii nrn.in.nn ;n r-.. j J IIU ;i C t-fc ,1.1 v, i4..ft.tt.i; in .ui ; .ectietit fortiiitf tirctes is to e;it : . i i Hlacr.irkt-rsin tenninsii-ntiYeminutes. i Drinking water not nlbwt-J. B8-3T JN THE W0RLB liaparo Bl-Carb Soda b cf a 4ll(thtlr dirty -whllo color. It xmay opnu white, examined by Itsclr, tiut K COMPARISON WITH CHTTRCII 6i CO.'S A II il AJ D iiammeii" bram irta tiunv tbo ' dtOsmnee. See that jonr Italctne Foda. fa trlilto nnd PDltC, ns ihoiul be AI.I. Caen xor rood. Botudepan vho prtftr bread ccds TKtti mat. wdl lavrors Its nuuitr. ma to it rlM better tadpnTentlt ftoa sanring. by adiUns one-hiT f teas; oonfel of Clrarch ic ' Sod or Salenhuu BoiaraandctcMtoocitich. Tba mo thu wlK. sonr stilk in prefertiua to SaMog PowiIr. corn twenty tissn ita cost. oe ono pound paefcaco for Tolcablo C' llcraa tlon and read carefallf. SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER. Ta Bes DDOS. I am now making .several stl? of HITES7 of tho latest tvlji and wil furnish theiu at verj' reasoualile ; rices. rWork H-.M-s nn fAi sli in-sr will f"pli !lr1iiiil AarmingT itrnvn hreeding.ute. j .,,. funfh IPUIIE ITAIiTAN QUEENS and all apiai.ts supplies. elieHpcr tham the eheape.-t. and guaruiiteo ?ati.)ic tioii. r. .1. KOCEILS Origim, 3Io. GENUINE mm Sim mmi The VeryUcst iu the World! I have the Agencv for the above ma- Z -ni' 'ilrifiuli ehiue for Holt itumt and keep a ni s'coui. UlicK- j ply always on hand at the stun; of Mi.s Uose Hiirwrs. ilmilul Cilv. -j-.-. . - , f n,., -xr....!,;,,,. XT l-"- "." tor lloglis Al.ulmu-C See aoverti.seinetit of tuv (lenurild .:gero,Mhe in-ideof the Si.NTt.NKL. ,1 A Mll.l-M " AVhen Pn 3Inreo A. Soto licenuie Prvhidentof tho lluuduras Rcimhlic, ho fowul tho eoiintry lwnkrupt, hut, wilh a remarkable Kiiint of iwtnotisin, ho . iiMti a n.-.ib iii.ii ui iiiiiuii i.iriz ir- . . . . . " 1 m improving its condition. Ih-, morejiver, lyfiiseil to receive niiysaLry for his services. It is a ulortons thine to resist tempta tioubul it is tv safe thin;; to avoid it.