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LITTLE RESPECT FOR DEAD.
South American Countrlei Have Prim Itlve Burial Cu-toma. Havana's cemetery Is typical of the burying jilnccu of all Spanlsh-Amerl- V can countries. It consists of a wall PH I -eight to ten feet thick, honeycombed JJH with niches for tho reception of cof B ' ' fliis, and surrounding a plot of land IH 1 ' l which Is never used for burial pur- i poses and Is usually In a neglected 'Condition. Tho cemetery Is run by tiro municipal authorities und the niches H C " J nrn rented. Tho payment required PpH ' upon tho scaling of one or these holes JJH j In tho wall Insures an undisturbed PH I Testing placo for Its contents for three PB 1 1 -or flvo years from that time, accord- Ing lo the particular custom of the lo- 1 callty. Then an annual rental must It bo paid for a period of twenty-flvo I , onrs, at tho end of which tlmo tho i J tenant gets a title In perpetuity. Hut ' 1 how few over find a last resting placo l In ono of these niches Is shown by tho fact that, despite tho tremendous In ' j creaso In population slnco It was built two or threo centuries ngo, tho cemo- U .trry has never been enlarged nnd BBH t thcro nro nlwnys plenty of vacancies. BBS Upon default of payment of tho rental BBB ' the bones are raked out of tho niche BBB I . nnd it Is realty for the next occupant. BBB Tho hones nro placed In one corner of BBB i j the cemetery, and there, nt least, they BBB lie undisturbed through the passing of BBB years as tho pile constantly grows BBS H ! INDIA'S MOST DEADLY SNAKE. BBB Bite of the Dabola Is Almost Invar!- BBB ably Fatal. BBS A writer on India says: "Tho BHB snakes that aio of dread BHB , ! .as Inmates of In " ic thn BHB terrible dnbolns ik-u iu&scIU.' BBB I They nro trul superb reptiles, for. BBB I while tho coloring of their armor Is BBB relatively quiet, It would bo hard to BBB And any finer harmony than that pro- BBB , scntcd by Its tints of ochcrous brown, BBB on which a series of shining black BBB rings with llghtor margins arc dls- BHB ' posed In trlplo rows from tho neck BHB . to within a short distance from tho BBB ' end of tho tall. Dabolas are sluggish BBB and Inert, and often llo colled up and BBB motionless on footpaths until they nro BBB i j actually touched or trodden on by BBB I passers-by, when thoy suddenly tin- BBB j ! fold llko a released spring armed with BBB j tcrrlblo teeth. Thero Is none of tho BBB j warning and preparation hero that BBB thcro Is where a cobra Is about to BBB strike; no sitting up and threatening, BBB but an Instantaneous and deadly as- BBB t L sault. When they have laid hold, too, BBB j they hang-on nnd worry In sickening BBB fashion whilst thoy strive to Inject as BBB much ns possible of their tonaclous BBB yellow venom." BBB Thomas Carlyle's Rebuke. BBB Thomas Carlylo onco took Klchard BBB Monckton Millies to task for not se- HBB ' curing government aid for Tennyson. HBB ' ' "Richard Mllnes," said Carlylu, slow- HBB I ly, withdrawing hlu pipe from his HBB ', mouth, "when nro you going to get BBB ! that pension for Alfred Tennyson?" BBBJ ' Mllnes replied that It was not an easy HBBJ matter. Ills constituents, ho said, BHV probably know nothing or Tennyson or HBB i ' his poetry, and might think It a pleco BBBh of Jobbery from which somo relative HBBl of .Mllnes was to liuueflt "Itlchard BBBJ Mllnes," replied Carlylo, "on the day HBHT. of Judgment whon tho Lord asks you BBBJ, why you didn't get that pension for BBBJ. Alfred Tennyson It will not do to lay BBBJ ' tho blame on your constituents; It Is HBHV you that will bo damned." BBBJ, The Dead Past. HBBKi "' t0 B0 buck In our liven. B To live tlit-tii over amiln, , ( KnoHhiK all taut now wo know, i j ; BueliiK all f nav nut then. BBBb, I 'Oil! tu refrain from rpeaklns H I Where that hauty word was said, 1 1 ' Oh! hut to break that Hllence 1 ' i Which weighs ihi uur heart like lead. f' I Oh' but to tarry once moro j At that point where two roadi met, And rhooe on we chose not then, , , Made nine by a life's reKret. BBBm,' Oh! but to -d nut iifreMi B i With -ome who from earth are lied, H , Now we've read thein by the nullanco HHHb,. I Death liedn around the dead! BBS Thui cry we now and ana In V I in word- of ieimreful uln. ' Vet deep In our heart or hearts Thank Cod that the in.tyer U vain. H JUDGED BY HER COOKING. BBBK Russian Peasant Brides Must Be Pro- HHHJ; ficlent In the Culinary Art. BBBJ. Among tho Uussluii peasants u BHBJ, brldo's character Is judged by tho BBBJ' dinner sho cooks on her wedding day. JJJH., When she arrives at her husband's BBBJ'1 house sho has to prepare a meal with BBBJ her own hands as a lest of housekeep- BHHa I Ing capabilities. If hIio succeeds in BBBJ gratifying her guests, It Is taken as a BBBJ proof not only of the young womnn's BBHV own excellence, hut also as a recom- BBHb inundation of her whole family, by HBB whom she was Instructed In tho culln- PPH ' ary art. Speaking of marriages, too, a BBHV Jargor percentage or males marry un- BBB dor tho age or 21 In Russia than In BBHB any other Kuropean country. BBBHv. United States Oyster Farms. HBBBt While the greater iiortlon or the BBHW 'United States Is under snow and In BBHW- the grasp or winter our oyster farm- BBHB rs nro busy harvesting their crop, BBHB which requires no fertilizer, food or BBB fencing nnd costs only for the seed, BBHB the sowing anil tho harvesting and BBHB which pays a good dtvldond on tho In- BBBB reetment. From 12.000 to 15,000 hands BBHB tro engaged In the oyster work in oast- HBHV ;rn Virginia. It Is an odd sort or farm- BBHB ng and thu oyster farmers In winter BBHB tocomo corn fanners In summer. BBHB Tni'ni'-v Cent!''!!!'"! BBB British vs. American Unions. BBBB A recent United States labor bu- BBBB reau bulletin statos that trado union- BBBB ism In England la twenty-flvo years In BBBB advance of that In this country In Its BBBB iu in nods und that sympathetic strikes BBHBT aro becoming unknown In England. bbB H jfBBBBBBfcfec ..-.. BBBBbBBBBBBHbBHbbbk1" Nervousness In Animals. Cases of death of animals from "nervous upset" nro not uncommon, and aro found among very different classes of mammals. Last year n couple of otters wero caught appar ently quite uninjured, on tho Illvcr ICamont, nnd sent by train, each In a roomy box. Hoth died almost Inuw dlntely after their arrival at tholr destination. A female elephant at tho Iondou Zoo died from the effects of a thunder st irm. Somo of tho larger npes nro said to be so affected by cap ture that they always dlo within a few days, the system being so upsot that thoy cannot eat. That Is why wo soo only joung specimens brought to Europe. Early California Mall Service. It was not until 18C3 that San Fran cisco had a dally mall service. , Tho overland trains then brought nnd took letters, but how unsatisfactory this sorvlco was at first may bo Judged from this little anecdote A man de sired to go oust, but not having tho necessary steamer fare, offered to de liver any and all letters, parcels or gold dust and tho llko for n small sti pend. For letters ho would chnrga fifty cents each. He got enough or ders on the llrst day to mako up his faro and lenve him a handsome bal ance besides. He Would Have to Swim. A carpenter In a Scotch village, to oblige the local undertaker, who was III, went to screw down n comn lid. Tho sick man's wlfo gave him full jnd particular Instructions respecting tho task. "Weol," sho asked when ho re turned, "hoo did yo got on?" "Fine," wns tho reply. "Hut there wns hauf a sovereign .n tho corpsw's hand. Whnt was that for?" "Oh." said tho lady, "that's a custom somo folks hao. He's supposed to glo that to tho ferry man wha rows him o'er tho river o' death." "Do yo toll me that? It's a queer warhl. Hut I'm saylu', missus." "Yes?" "I'm feared yon chnp will hao to swim." On the Heights. So hlch above the other thliiKs We boastfully "the mountain" named It! Its streams poured down to feed our mills; Joyous Its top when sunllKht llamcd It. 'Twin thero mis signaled morn's first ray; There fell the farewell kiss of lUy And now-, far up the mountain side, Ily wlndlnt; patns the miller's daughter And I had climbed where rocks defied And forded streams of sunny water. We nearer lo the summit drew, Enchanted with the widening view. Said she- "ITow near to heaven w seem!" Ah on the mountain top wo retted "Yos; nearer, darllnir. than we deem," And un my breast her fair head nested. We felt the same, alt earth above; For naught l.i nearer heaven than love Cleoige lllrdseyc. In Huston Transcript. Walnut Supersedes Orange. The first English walnut orchnrd In California was planted with seed from tho I.os Angeles Mission gardens where the padres had started n rew trees with nuts brought with them from Spain. Tho undertaking wns a success rrom tho first, nmj tho acre age or walnuts has steadily Increased slowly at first, but now with rapid strides. Tho walnut tree's early a,e or bearing. Its long Ufa and tho steady demand for Its product tond to make tho enterprise deservedly popular. Al ready It Is superseding tho orange In fnvor among fruit growers. Review of Rcvlows. Ideal Building Material. "Holoxylo" Is tho name given In normnny to peat fiber compressed and hnrdened by a special process Into sheets, tiles, plntes and blocks for various building purposes. It Is usod ror lining walls, ceilings, window and door rraines, to underlay woodon floor ing and oven as ttoorlng Itself. It has about tho consistency nnd atomic weight of sound cork, and Is an al most perfect nonconductor or heat, moisture, sound and vibration. It Is Impregnated with somo material wljch renders It practically Incombustible. Irregularity In the Punishment. Thero nro two boys who manago to bo rather unruly In school, and their tencher was so exasperated ono day that eho ordored them to remain after hours and write their names 1,000 times. She watched them pluugo Into tho tnsk. Somo lUteon minutes later ano of them grow uneasy and began watching his companion In dlsgraco. Suddenly tho first ono burst out, with a toar of despair, nnd, between his sobs, said to the teacher: " 'Tuln't fair mum! Ills name's Hush nud mine's Schluttprmoyelr!" Odd Things About the "Possum. Tho American opossum Is one of tho most curious anlmnls living In the United States. It is tho only ono that carries Its young In a pouch, like tho kangaroo. It la tho only nnlmal that can feign death perfectly. It Is re markable tor hanging by Its tall llko n monkey. It hns hnnds resombllng those or a human being. Its snout Is llko a hog's, while its mouth is liberally furnished with teeth. Its eyes ore like a rat's and It hisses llko a snake. Matter of Uncertainty. Ono of Sir Archibald Oelko's stories tolls or a funeral party at n railway BtaMnn and Is typically Scotch, as showing the proborvlal caution or thoso canny rolk. A gcntloman asked ono who scorned to bo a mourner U ho wore with tho runcral. "Man." said tho person addressed, "I'm no Just suro that It is a funeral, for tho corp has missed the train connection." Pay of Parisian Seamstresses. Some of tho flimsy garments bold In Parisian stores aro made of such poor material that hand sowing Is nncossury. Tho girls who do this woik get only 30 or 40 cents for 12 M or more hours of work. T -,,,,-1ssaBaT-MaMMBBJBssssssl Tribulation Dls of world keeps a-trnelln', ns hard as It kin KOi Travolln' through de sunshine an' a-trav- elln through de snow; Travolln' through de rosea an' travelln through do rocks, Olttln' some caresses, an' n mighty sight o' knocks. It's be1!! u-uoln' dat way ever since Ions, long ago, An' It's gwlne to keep n-goln' foh a million years or so. An' I sometimes specks de sorrows an' de Joys dat I goes through Don't 'mount to nothln' llko as much as I suppose dey do. It's hand to bear de penalties when for tune doesn't smile. Hut when yi cnunts 'em up, It's only foh a little while, De "sperlences you runs across Is mighty tough, foh sho'. Hut dls ol' world's got to slan' 'em foh a tr.ftllon years or so, Washington Star Food Inspector. A sanitary Inspector has been ap pointed by the Woman's Educational and Industrial Union or Boston to seo that tho faro turned out by Its food dopartment Is made tinder healthful conditions'. Tho department has 160 consignors 'in nnd about lloston, nnd the Inspector will lnvcstlgato tho sur roundings whero thoy work, giving special attention to plumbing, light, air and cleanliness. The Printer's Error. George Mooro anys or Walter Pa ter that ho wrote with difficulty, and each sentence or his books wns writ ten out r.n a tcpnrato pleco or papur. Once, when Arthur Symons pointed out a sentence he could not under stand n long. Intricate sentence or ten linos or moro l'ater examined It, comma by comma, a puzzled look up on his fnce all the whll At lavt ho said: "I see the printer hns oml:'"il a dash." Plea for the Old Sheep. Small Harry was saying his prayers at his mother's knee, nnd sho was holplng him out with a fow sugges tions. "IJIcsh and tako caro of the lit tlo lambs jf tho flock," sho said. Now Harry knew that ho was included among the lambs, and ho reasoned that his parents should not bo forgot ten. "Hless and take caro of the-little lambs of the Hock," he repeated, then added: "And Lord, I guess you had hotter keop an oyo on the old sheep, too." Tho Arab Pony. The Arab Is virtually a pony, stand ing 14.2 hands, oftener under than over. He Is not fast, even at the gal lop; Indeed, ho Is slow. Ho Is a very poor trotter, both as regards speed and action; a bad hack, and cannot walk without continually sticking his too In the ground. Ho Is totally un fitted for harness and Is uncomfort able to rldo except at the gallop; this Is his natural gait, and In It his move ment Is free, smooth, delightful and easy, Sporting News. Pilgrims In Japan, rilgrlms to both lluililhlst and Shinto shrlncH aro numerous In Ja pan, and their puro white dress makes them conspicuous among their com patriots, clad in the universal dark blue and gray. Even their long staves are white. They wear broad straw hats or white cotton caps with long strenmers, and carry on their backs lmnienso packs mndo of lacquered waro. National Church Convention. In order to give expression to a widespread movoment toward religi ous comity, the National Federation or Churches Is preparing for a nation al convention of evangelical denomi nations to bo hold next year. Practi cally all rellglcus bodies In this coun try, except tho llomaa Catholjcs, will be asked to participate In this convention. Gasoline Engines. It enn bo understood to what a nicety tho mechanism of n gasollno engine Is adjusted when It Is suited that to mako 1,000 revolutions a min ute means that In n four-cycle englnu thero nre COO sprays of gasollno forc ed Into tho cylinder, DUO times tho electric battery makes a spark, nnd 500 times the escape valo Is opened to let tho gas out. Cows Wear Ear-Rings. Tho cows In Belgium wear e-r-rlii" i. This Is In accordance with lnw. which decrees that overy nnl-"il of tho bovine species, when It attnl-i I the age of threo months, must ha.c In Its oar a ring to which Is nltac't'd metal tag hearing a number. Tho "ibjcct Is to proserve an exact record of the number of anlmnls ralbed o h yyar. Beware of Ideals. Thero Is one kind of intoloranco which Is right and necessary; this Is Intolerance of any failure on your part to bo your best self or noblo man. Tako no other pcrfon for your stand nrd or Ideal. Think out n typo accord ing to your own nature and hold to it ns jour best possession. Thero Is no other greatness possible. Subsidy for Cunard Line. The Austro-Hiingailan government has agreed to give a largo subsidy to tho Cunard company for tun years on tho stipulation that the Cunard com pany provldo twenty-six ships direct per annum from 1'lumo and Trieste. This will tako from tho Hamburg line tho Immense business of carrying tho emigrants from kouthwohtern Europo to America. Emulating Her Father. At a recent children's party, given on tho Hill, tho llttlo people wero dis cussing, during refreshment tlmo, what they Intended "to bo" when thoy grow up. Ono llttlo girl announced that sho "oxpected to marry a hand some man." wheroupon her partner strnlghtoned up nud remarked, "And I shall rollow my father's oxamplo and bo a bacliolor'Hrooklyn Ltfo. I at SSI Ms St SUM PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE. Consult County Clerk or the Respective Sign ers for further Information. In the District Court, Probate Division In and for Cache County, State of Utah. NOTICK TO CKEIUTOUS. Kituto of Almlra Hnilth. deceased Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at tho olllrnot .1. .. .lew art Jr., Attorney, at Ixxcau City Utah, on or tn'toro the lltli day of November, 1WM. M. V, MnwKii, Administrator of the estato of Almlra Pmltn, det:eaMMl. Date of 1st publication, Juno 2, 1001. NOTICK TO CIIHMTOKS. Kitateof Peter A Meek deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouch ers to tho undersigned at the ofllco of W. W. Maughaii III Ugan City In the County of Cache and Htato of Utah, on or beforu thu Sltli day of April A. I). 1105. Date of first publication Junclth A.D.UUt. Wm. Arrt.RCK. Administrator of estato of l'eter Allleck, deceased. NOTICi: TO CHF.MTOIU. Rstato of William y. Perry, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at his resldoncu III Mill villi, county ofCachu and St.itoof Utah, on or liefore thu third day of No ember, 1W4. Ciiahi.ks Andkiison, Administrator of the estato of William H. I' rry, deceased. Hate of 1st publication, July 2, 1P0I. Ag Notice. United States Land onice.Salt Laku City Utah. May V. IM)I. To whom It may concern: Notli-ii Is hereby git en that tho Statu of Utah has tiled tu this otlk'u list No. 53 of Innds .selected by thuxald Mato for the establish ment and maintenance of a School of Mines, under section lint thu Act of Congress ap proved July 111. I MM. The follow lnir tracts embraced In said list are In a toiviirjilp con taining mineral elalmsof record, viz: , SKWNWMi SWM NKsfnnd VK SHU Sec. 14. T.H N.. It. S r... H. L. Mer. A copy of said list, so far as It relates to said tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, has Imhmi conspicuously posted In this olllec, for Inspection by ani person Interested, and by the nubile generally. Within thu next sixty days following the date of this notli'u. under departmental In structions of November 37, lsii(ZI L, I). 4i!l). protests or contests against thuclalmot thu Mato to any tracts or sulidMslons herein Is-fore described, un the ground that the .same Is inure valuable for mineral than for agri cultural puriKjses. will Ihi received and noted for reiwrt lo tho Oeneral Land Ofllco at Wash ington. 1). C. I'allure so to protest or contest within thu tlmo specified will be considered sufficient evidence of tho non-mineral char acter of the tracts, and tho selection thereof, lielng otherwise froo from objection, will bo recommended for approval. M 18 t KnANK D. Houns. Heglster. Oto. A. Smith. Itecelver. Land Notice. NO. 5541. Department of the Interior. Land Ofllco at Salt Laku City. Utah, June X, IH04. Notlco Is hereby given that tlio folloulng nami'd settler has tiled notice of his Intention to mako final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will lie made lieforo tho Clerk of tho District Court tn and tor Cachu County. Utah, at Logan City. Utah, on .Inly I4th.ll04, lz: Martha Mills. II. K. I"'i73 for Hit PK of S V ' sec. II, and NM of N WM see. 7, Tu. 14 N. of It. S K. lie names thu following witnesses lo prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: George Day. Norman Day. ImUIi nf ltlch uiond, Cachu Countv, Utah: John M. Hern liNel, Luwlstou, Cacho County. Utah; Ell Williams, Cove, Cachu County, Utah.- Fiiank D. Ilotius, Iteglsler. W. W, Maikiiian, Attorney for claimant, Saves Doctor's Fees. A woman died In St. Leonards, Eng land, recently or sclf-doctorlng, as sho disliked doctors. A witness at the In quest testified that deceased had been known to take, at ono time, Just be fore going to bed, nine compound rhubarb pills, several mixtures, four tablespoonfuls or senna, threo table spoonfuls of cascara and a quantity .f magnesia. Japs Take Balloon Course. A number of Japanese staff offlcors havo been Instructed at the school of military ballooning at Aldorshot, Eng land, which Is tho most Important one in tho world. Olllcers aro taught to tako Important observations from great heights, as well as tho making of maps and taking photographs from both frco and captive balloons. Ingenious Japanese Contrivance. In casting tho Japanese mako tho model or wax, placo it In a box and then fill tho box with molding sand. After drying, holes aro made In tho sand clump, which Is thon placed on a flro. Tho wax and Hows through tho holes, leaving a correct copy of tho model in tho sand. Keeps Ships to a Channel. A profesEor or McGlii university, Montreal, has brought out an Inven tion which may enable ships to dls peuso with pilots In rivers and har bors. Ily means of telephones a Bhlp's olllcers aro enabled to keep In tho line or nn Insulated cable laid on tho bed of tho navigable channel. Fad for Abalone. In California thero Is a fad for eat ing abalone, a largo mussel, which furnishes tho beautiful shell used for ornamental purpose.. The Chineso have eaten them for years, but until recently Americans scornod them as food. Now abnlono chowder, soup, nnd oven abalone steaks are consid ered great delicacies In San Francisco. Elected by Toss of Coin. Chumlelgh, a llttlo Dovonshlro vil lage, has elected a rural district coun cllor In a novol way. Thero wore two candidates, and at a meeting It wns suggested that they should toss a coin Instoad of going to a poll. This was agreoil to, and with tho aid of a shlll Ing tho election wns nettled. London Express. Average Sunshine. Spain has an average or .l.n "f Rurshlno a v-.er n-n. - DENVER fl0GRANJf I The Scenic Line I To Glonwood Springs, Aspen, Lcadvillc, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, H Denver, Omaha, Kans.j City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points H East. Connecting at Ogdcn Union Depot with all Southern Pa- H ciflc and Oregon Short Lino trains. TI Thn only Transcontinental H Line passing directly through Salt Lake City. H 3 Splendidly Equipped Trains between H OGDEN AND DENVER Via Three Separate and Distinct Scenic Routes. --' H THROUGH PULLMAN and ORDINARY SLEEPIN 1 RS I To Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago without jfl change. Free Heclinlng Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Ex- H curslons. DINING CARS, Service a la Carte on all through trains. H For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, etc., Inquire of your nearest ticket agent, specifying the Klo Grande H ....route, or address.... U I. C. BENTON. GAPD, Salt Lake City ffrl What Knitting Fac tory Is It That makes that excellent Underwear? WHY, it is the Union Knit ting Mills Co. just west of the I'ostoffice. Nothing is permitted to leave their mills unless it is exactly as ordered. iow is the time to order your Fall goods and have them made up the way you desire them. UNION KNITTING MILLS 00 39 West First North St, LOG AX - - - VTA II BRICK ! If you want a llrst-class quality of red brick, Benson Ward Is the place to get them. Sec sample at Abraham Jorgcnsen's Stoic, 1st North street or write P, E. Olson, Benson ward The Only Double-Track Railway between (he Missouri River and Chicago. I The I Overland! Limited I 9 The Most Luxurious Train la tbe World H H Compartment and drawing - room 3 m sleeping cars, observation cars, din- 0 lug cars, buffet-smoking and library I Bears, with barber, bath and Hook- fl lovers Library; entiro train electric H i lighted, through to Chicago without B :; charge. Direct connection (or St. Paul and Minneapolis I l Tlckeu, rtvriatlnnt, anJ full In- Q ? fiirnuiliin i. in ho obtained from H I (.. WJkff. General Agent. i Chicago & North-Western Ry, f )', iOt SViulli Mnlu Street. f IJnh 4. suit l.iJ.1 City, Utah. E Flowers by Express! Shipped samo day order Is received. FLORAL DESIGNS a. specialty. U. C. MORItIS FLORAL COMPANY McCornlcl: Hldg., Salt Lako City, U. Odell's Studio FOR Photo's Successor to THOMAS & ODELL. The M. & L. Coal and Wood co. f - Succcssorto .I..Iohnson x M.Maurlfen SI M. Mauritzen, 9 James Larsen; 1 Proprietors Dealers In all kinds of Coal and Kin dling wood. Olllec 680 West Center street TELEPHONE 1USK. Prompt delivery and ',000 pounds to every ton, guaranteed. CUMMNGS Commission Co., DKAI.I'.ltS in 9 STOCKS. Bonds, Grain 1 and Provisions. Stocks Bought and Sold on Margin or for Cash. We have a special depart ment forbuying or selling stocks and bonds for Immediate delivery. In vestors and Hankers will save time and money by giving us their orders In that line. Correspondence solicited. Local olllec: Room G COMMERCIAL HLOCK, W. H. Weaver, Agt Pickett and Beck IIORSE-SHOEINO EXCLUSIVELY U. O. Foundry building. Come onco and you will B come again I HOWEN AND HLANCHARD. I Livery and Feed Stables. First West street. Telephone Ily. v Connections mado with all Trains. ; Livery and Haggcgo promptly at tended to. Commercial trade solicited, tf