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forty rods from anv tree TLe * lllagv ami'-hy stAud; .Tie *mltb, a ha? py man is he, Wi. h soft and ulpy hand*. And the mueclee of his arms ate not At all like iron bauds. Hie tair is greasy, black and 1 ng, His face is smooth •« glass; He makes his wife his stall i Lie, >Le earns whatc*T he ha*: And he lo*-ia the whole world in the face, For he has two cheeks of bras*. Week in, week cut, from aior-. till night. Yon can bear him spout and blow Against unfeeling capital That treats poor labor so; And ate him smoke his pipe In peace When the e vening sun is low. The children cn their way to school Look iu at the open door; They see great heaps of dirty clothes Lie on the washroom floor. And hear the woman scrub and sing, The wash tub bending • er. Thanks, thanks, to you, my • orthy iriend, Tou’ve solved the prob. < t life. I’ll g . a:, i do a« you have io.;c, And quit this toll and strife; He getteth most g.vod thin.s who gets A tough ani willing wife, —Puck. FATHER DA X1 EE FIXE. Wonderful I.on«evity—A Teroi>er »le Lire KeM»rJe<l. Anirew Pine ha9 just received a printed notification of the death of bis grandfather. Father Daniel Pice, at Paw paw, III., on October *20 last. The old gentleman wa3 born ou December *21, 17SG, and at the time of his death was 100 years. 9 months and 29 days of age. The Rev. \V. H. Smith, in speaking of him when he delivered the funeral ser mon, said: “ He lived under the rule of 1 every President of our country; being a voter in the election of all excepting the first three, aad of the fifteen Presidents born after him he outlived them all ex cepting R. B. Hays and Grover Cleve land. He was always on the side of right principles, hence the incident of his last Presidential vote was in perfect keeping with his Christian life, as he said: 41 expect this is the last time I shall ever vote, and I want to vote for prohibition.’ In closing his remarks the minister sai 1: “So passed his gentle spirit away. So quietly did he breathe his last that his daughter, watching at his bedside, was not conscious of the moment when the angels bore his sou. to its haven of rest. Seven children survived him with IS grandchildren. 40 great-grandchildren, the majority of whom were present at his home on his 1-JOth birthday. Ex Sherift Pine, of Washoe, is cue of hi sons, while there- are two of his ch . ire still living in California, the youngest t: the seven being G7 year? c: age. Sheriff Ullrick, of Carson, is married to one c: his grandchildren an ! has several chil dren. His wife was a Miss Lacy Allen, and she was his constant companion for over sixty years, dying at the advanced age of S7. The longevity of his family is one of these strange phenomena we so seldom read of and therefore very remarkable.—Carson Tribune. A LueUy Discovery «>! Jewels. St. Louis Globt-b'-r.j;ra:. Some years ago Elison, the electric wizard, was convinced that platinum ex isted in North Carolina. He sent Will iam Earl Hidden, an accomplished min eralogist, in search of it. Professor Hidden little knew at the time how ful. of results to him that pursuit of platinum would be. He could not find the de sired mineral, but he found something far better. Being in Alexander county, a quiet part of the State, many miles from a railway, he was directed by Mr. J. A. D. Stephenson to gem-bearing ground, and looking more narrowly, found some of the gems. He purchased some laud, returned to Edison, and re ported his vain quest of’ platinum, then came back to North Carolina, He went to work to develop hi - mine. Sinking a shaft in a simple way. he gradually made the opening larger until superficially tb mine presented the aspect of a stone quarry. Out of this rude pit in the earth were taken unnumbered gems— one hitherto unknown. To this Mr. J. Lawrence -Smith, of St. Louis, an em inent scientist, gave Hidden’s name, and “ Hiddenite," the equivalent of the dia mond in value, became instantly the fashion. Its tender-tinted green crys tals, its intense hardness and its new beauties when cut, were only some of its charm?. From the day of its discovery to the present it has been a hopeless task to supply the demand for it. Everv Hi ldenite found i3 already purchased long in advance. But strange as is this dashing, green miracle of the earth, the place of it birth is still stranger. The laborers who are working in the mine handle their picks with the greatest care. They are on the watch for “pockets." Possibly for an hour the digging goes on and no “ pocket " is struck. Presently the pick goes into an opening, with tender finger? the earth is partially removed and finally the miner feels with his hands every por tion of tht? walls of the opening. It may happen that hia search is in vain, but it is oftner the ease that his fingers touch little crystals that are so imbedded in the sides of the pocket that their point project outward. They are carefully picked out. Perhaps all are beryls; perhaps there are a dozen kinds of gem.?, or yet again it may be that there arc only Hiddenites. Sometimes gems worth hundred-s of dollars are thus taken from one pocket. True %jii<te<!*ie«H. “Speaking of absent-mindedness," said the hotel clerk, “that old fellow sitting over there by the window, suck ing hia cane, will some day forget that lie is on earth, and will come down to : breakfast with a sheet wrapped around j Sum, doing the augel act. He's an old bachelor, and has lived here at least ten years. Last night a business man called to see him. Hu was in great hastg. He wrote a note to be sent unto the old follow’s room, and then rushed off, say ing: ‘Tnat’s a very important message; please see that he gets it.’ When the call-boy got to the room he found that the old fellow' had fallen asleep in his chair while reiding. The room had grown dark. The hoy woke the old fel low up, gave him the note, and went out. After failing to find the match-safe and after going through his pockets with like success, he discovered the cote in his hand. What did the man do hut twist it up, light the paper in a gae-iet in the hallway, and after lighting his'own gas looked all over his room for the note lie doom t know what the message was. nor who sont it, nor how important it was, and I have forgotten how the busi ness man looked. Ho has been sucking that cane over there all day. thinking « "m1! ‘t, ani1 °''min8 the call-l,oy.”— Isuilalo Express. A Minor's Rfinnly. The Hailey News-Miner states upon the authority of Jewett B. Francis that typhoid fever is quickly cured by the fol lowing simple remedy. •• Wrap the pa tient tip in a couple 0f blankets steeped in strong sagebrush tea, and in a very short time the fever will be drawn en tirely out. Mr. Francis says he has tried it time and again in Idaho and never failed.” Ht/Mi.S 1 US IN W4K1I.(4WV The Trout*!? < an<tfd bj ('Imuclaic lour- l. al < lover for r.|»ndc liuir. Chicago Mail “ We run against a good deal of the romance of life,' said a downtown jeweler to me yesterday. “People be come fanciful when it comes to jewelry, as everybody knows: but you would be surprised to see the mementos that come to us in the backs of watch-cases. In foor out of every five watches brought to us to be regulated, repaired or cleaned, we find some relic of persons or events. Sometimes it's a bit of ribbon, or a lock of hair or a rose-petal. But oftener it’s a four-leaf clover. The four-leaf clover is a love token always. It is found by the maiden fair and given to her lover who tenderly stows it away in the back of his watch-case and forgets all about it. When his watch goes wrong he takes it to a jeweler, and doesn't think of the relic it contains. It is difficult always to keep these things straight, am: once in a while we mix them up. I re member one fellow who came in a short time ago and registered a kick. Ho took out of his watch a ticy bit of blonde hair tied with a piece of pink ribbon, and told me in good round terms that it had ; got him into trouble. * I brought my watch here a couple of weeks ago to be j regulated, and forgot to take out a four leaf ciever I had in the back of it. I didn’t think any more about it till last night, when my girl looked in the back of the ease to see if the clover she had ] given me was still there. When she found this lock of blonde hair she fixed j me with a cold, glittering glance, and of- i fered me back my ring. I put in the i next hour trying to explain that I didn't ! knew anything abont the blonde bair, j and I didn't meet with flattering sue- I cess. But I succeeded in patching up j matters on my sworn statement that I j would recover the four-leaf clover she | gave me. and if you don't hunt up that i clover 111 make more trouble in your old | store than a Deputy Sheriff. And you’ve j got to give me a written statement that you put this dashed blonde hair in my j watch or I'll prosecute you for malicious j mischief. Yon hear me 1 ’ "ell, I took the yellow hair aou j pink ribbon and filed it away, and in a i day or two a middle aged man came in j with a wrath all over his face. * What in thunder do you mean by disrupting a man's family peace?5 he began, as he j pulled out his watch, and took a four* j leaf clover out of the back case. ‘ Do I you want to break up a loving house hold and get me into the divorce court? I left rnv watch here with a lock of my wife’s hair in it, and last night she found ! this measly four-leafed clover in place of j it. I’ve carried that bit of hair ever since we were engaged, aud if I don't | get it back you'd better move to some j other town. What d'ye mean, anyway ? I never picked a four-leaf clover in my life, nor did my wife, either. I wouldn't go through the row I had last night again for your whole store. Now, yoo hustle and get me back my own keep '.ike.' I produced it and explained how it had occurred, and his brow cleared. ‘ Now. I think of it.' he said, as he : started to go, ‘just you wri:e ine a letter and tell how this happened, and sign it ' and send it for all you're worth. Women ; never believe a man unless he lies to 'em. j and I want something to save me further trouble.’ The other young man came in a day or two after and said he desired to make his regular Thursday evening call, and wanted his four-leaf clover and ac companying affidavit. He get them both.'' keal a\d FAI.se modesty. A XZItisZ: Smiictaiiic Snored to Trap tVomnuhood. It would be wel! if young women were taught early r life that there is a false shame ani an affectation of modesty as unlovely as forwardness and whkh repels as effectively as brazennes3. To be on the qui vivo for innuendoes, to have a smart faculty for extracting the bitters of evil from any good, is all wrong and immodest. The young woman who thought she would die of shame because some gentleman came into the gallery where she was alone with the statue of the venus of Milo, and fell into confusion and blushed mightily, advertised a modesty that was only skin deep. A blush is something sacred to pure womanhood, and it is a sad spectacle for tuoughtfal eyes to note a young woman so far gone in the improprieties that she pretends to be shocked at things which simple, unaffected candor, is far from thinking on at a!!. There are otherwise modest and virtuous young ladies who manage to convey by subtle insinuations that they are deeply conscious of scenes which a really modest woman would ig nore. It :s true, indeed, as a great writer has said, that a modest woman must be at time3 both deaf and blind. Disagreeable happenings, offensive to eyes and ears, arc at times incidental to almost every one's life. The most shel tjred young lady cannot be entirely pro tected. She may find herself in a place where profane language reaches her ears, when objectionabia sights greet her eyes. It is then the time for her modesty to take on an armor of dignity; it is the time for her to he both deaf and blind. There are many things in life that young women ought to know of, and which if they would regard as great solemn truths, too sacred to be giggled over and simpered at, which are not proper subjects for conversation, but which none the U-S3 exist, aod should be well comprehended. For a young woman —or a young man, either—there is no safety in ignorance. The mother as sumes unwarranted responsibility who leaves her innocent, growing girls and boys to be educated in the mysteries of life by unthinking outsiders." Constant rubbing cannot wear off the delicate hue of the seashell, nor can the real purity of mind, the real modesty of womanhood, he more easily worn away. Mock modesty is twin sister to that cancer-hearted virtue which consists in not being fonnd ont. Persons who affect it are social "subjects.” Beware of it, young woman, because it deceives no one, and because if you do not, young men who are in search of lovely wives will beware of yon.—Salt Lake’Enter prise. Itepublisliea by Request. An editor of a country paper having been invited to a picnic on the day when his paper had to go to press, called the hoy who set the type, and said : “ Tom, I’m going away to-day, and haven t time to get out any more copy. Take my article headed Tarty Organization ’ and run it again, putting over it ‘ Republished by Re quest.’ That will save considerable time, and you can go to press once.” When the editor returned from the picnic, and took up a copy of the pai*er, he became justly indignant u)>on reading the following: “ Partv Organization. Republished bv Re quest of the Editor."—\i-kansas -traveler. nfrKF.tAt.1N THE HAIHFAM.. Kivilr,i-\.l„ itaiil Tree I’lnnl'ns .‘•It* Ttr PntMrni. It is stated that the introduction of railways into Mexico lias been piodiu tive of meteorological changes; that severe rainstorms follow the line track, apparently attracted thereto by some electro-magr.Ptie influence. This re port lacks that quality and quantity of confimation needed to give it scien tific value, and is in certain respects j only a new version of the statement made of the effects of railways in in creasing the rainfall ia the State of Kansas. We believe it is a fact that i with the progress of the railways! westward the rainfall in Kansas has increased, and that copious showers I now fall upon wide tracks oi territory ! in the west oi the State that were! looked upon years ago as almost do— | ert regions in consequence of the con-, tinuous absence of rain. But this change would seem to be due not so much to the direct as the indirect in fluence of tin railroad systems. The settlements of prairie lands, the plant ing. not only ,.>f stock, but groves of| trees, have marked raeterological changes, in reverse of the way that the destruction of forests in other parts of the world has had the effect of re ducing the amount of rainfall, and of rendering that which has fallen oi less ; service. It is quite probable that sim ilar results will attend the introduc tion of better means of transporta tion to Mexico. That is, it will induce settlement in now unsettled and bar ren regions, and it may lie that in time agriculture which will at first need to lie carried on by irrigation ob tained by pumping water from wells, will he easily sustained by regular and sufficient downfalls of rain. I'ucle Ram and the Wires. The business of transmitting messages by wire is necessarily a monopoly. A business that requires millions upon mil lions of capital and covers the whole country cannot well be otherwise. This is the very reason why it should be controlled by the Government. If there must be a monopoly let it fee a peo ple's monopoly, controlled by the elected representatives of the people. The New York Herald truly declares that the time is ripe for a movement cf this kind. There can be little question that the masses of the people desire it. That the workingmen do so is shown clearly enough by the action of the Min ueapoiis Convention of the Knights of Labor, which pledged the Knights not to vote for any member of Congress who do not favor the change; and also by the platform of the United Labor party in New York, which unqualifiedly de mands Government control of the tele graph. The principle is not new. The framers of the Constitution recognized the neces sity of making the letter carrying monopoly a people’s monopoly. The telegraph had not then been invented, but in the advance of civilization it has become substantially what the letter car rving business was to the people then. The same reason which in 17S7 led the founder? of the Government to establish the Government Postoffice, new make it necessary that the people shall establish Government telegraph. There is no more sense in leaving tele graphy to private monopoly than there would be in leaving letter carrying to a j watered stock company with Jay Gould I as President. TAHOE'S QCEEB ANTICS. j lie Lnke Kim null Falls Four' Inches. People who have just come down irom the Lake state that Tuesday morning about 9 o'clock the people at Glenbrook became aware oi the fact that tlie lake was rising. The surface was calm and the water rose so fast that as it crept in on the shore the advance was quite noticeable. It rose four inches in an hour and there was great excitement at Glenbrook. The tirst man who discovered it was an old colored barber and be rushed into the Glenbrook House with his story which was at first not believed. Then everybody crowded down to the beach and just as they had made up their minds that it might, probably, rise and inundate the town, it came to a standstill and then began to recede. It raised four inches and went back to its original place. The movement oi the water occupied from about nine o'clock until three. It was stationarv at noon. It is to be regretted that no scien tific and accurate observation was made as the accounts given by dif ferent people are conflicting, but all agree that the water rose and fell at least four inches, although some claim more.—Carson Appeal. A Clever Pickpocket. N. Roos, cf New York City, says the Reno Gazette, a brother of A. Roos, for many years a prominent clothing mer chant of \ irginia City, had his pocket picked in a very clever way while walk ing leisurely along Commercial Row last Friday morning. Mr. Roos had just ar rived from the East and contemplated going to V irginia City after spending a day or two in Reno. He carried a wallet containing about 8150 in bank notes, a round trip ticket from New 'i ork to Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon, and return, and other papers of value, in the inside pocket of his coat. W fiilo walking along Commercial Row, as stated, an individual with his arms folded and, to all appearances, very drunk, staggered up against him, and then apologized in a drunken style and passed on. A few moments later Mr. Roos discovered that his wallet was gone. \\ ithout telling any one of the matter until several hours afterwards, he searched the town for the individual, but coulo not find him. The matter was not reported to the police authorities. Pollt* it rum. A brave, active, intelligent terrier, belonging to a l*ly friend, one day discovered a monkey belonging to an itinerant organ grinder seated upon a bank within the grounds, and at once made a dash for him. The monkey, who was attired in a jacket and hat, awaited the onset in such undisturbed tranquility that the dog halted within a few feet of him to reconnoitre. Both animals took a long, steady Stare at each other, hut the dog evi dently was recovering from his sur prise, and was about to make a spring or the intruder. At this critical junc ture the monkey, who had remained perfectly quiet hitherto, raised his paw, and gracefully saluted bv lifting his hat. The effect was magical. The dog’s head and tail dropped, and he sneaked off fo the house, refusing to leave it until his polite hut mysterious guest had departed. 11 hr it aikI %***• Thr list v, i.Mwei Bancroft's History j of tie Facific States gives in intensely interesting history f the ciriv pe«.tn-s of San Fram'i*c\> «h*n the ballot staffers defeated the *..i of the people with . ballot boxes m.ih s! des and false boi ! toms, and when the criminal clement be ' came so lawless and arrogant that out raged business men hung the rascals m the Fla^a and scoured toe city of the roughs, tfeieves and murderers. It is somewhat of a coincidence that the book should be issued jest at a time ! when the city of *an Francisco is again ‘ struggling with a band of rascals, says I the CarsMi Appeal, w ho have a much ! more complete control over the city than ! did the outlaws of early times. Muni cipal crime has advanced somewhat since then. The old, clumsy methods of days gone by have been superceded by the liner tactics of the Buckley, McCord and Morrow gangs, who boy janes, sicken | District Attorneys, send witnesses into exile, pack primaries, paralyse the po lice force, and have an army of strikers, repeaters and perjurers at their beck, all working tor money. In the old days, when an honest, in dignant populace dealt swift vengeance! to municipal crime, no cue dared face the popular will, which came down like the storm frem the mountain, until the feet of just..c stamped on prostrate wrong. But all is changed now. The same lawless carjenfc holds sway, but when the press and the decent element in the community attempt to cleanse the place of its foulness, the best talent of the bar of California rises up to build legal bar riers between the people and the jury bribers, and the mongers of Judges in order to protect the knaves who have robbed the widow and orphan, and then take as a fee the very swag that the wretches have secured by their dirty work in the courts. We hope to see the time when lawyers of standing will not besmirch an honor able profession by burning the midnight | oil tc throw safeguards round the per- j sons of scamps who tamper with justice At present the lawyers only look at it J from a mercenary standpoint arguing • that the guiltier the client the higher the fee. Krcrjihini,- has Its l'»M. Never iet your energy and enterprise go for naught if you can he’p it. A California woman undertook to make a cradle for a baby. It wasn't a first class era He, but it was a mighty good orange box, and now she hac a big iaotory and makes nine-tenths of the orange boxes used in California. This reminds us of a friend of ours who in vented a new kind of baking powder on scientific principles. He made up a big lot of it before having it tested practically. Unhappily it wouldn’t raise bread at all, but it made filt rate concrete for sidewalks, and so was put where it would do the most good.—Springfield Union. ttitiuml a Compass. “When I am in the woods,” says old Allen Thompson in “Among the Clouds," “I never use a compass: in fact, I don't need any. There are three sure wavs that I have for finding the points of the compass. You will notice that three-fourths of the moss on the trees grows on the north side; the heav iest bows on spruce trees are always on the south side: and, third, the topmost twig of every uninjured hemlock tips to the east. 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Piles,Fistula.Lve.Ear,Cancer, B vatarrflanda!iThmt£*Lnii?DKen*ies r A 11.11 you n.ive taken or who Doctor ~ 1 S fai edto cure y°u»tal1 and see the ladies. - lovely compleii •. free f] „ . t I...it kli^.nJa, eruption*. t*tc i.r ;• <.• i .•ye« :l j»t k i health ran he had. ’ * CjT fh it Tired ’' feelir.* and nil female weaknes-M prompt.v ■; rod.Bloating. Head.,, h.-, N*rvou,p,,..,™ f.ef»pra IVt.d.ty. Sleejdw.ne*, Depre,-,.n a,„i t. n Onranlr.>m.le*.. InfUmmm., t.and n.-enuon.r»ll ••* rnd Charge ot Lift,coasalt h,m private v. When ina • • J ;?• ,,y lU‘" 1,2 <w-.*enr.d (o'«.,r) ‘“* ■t.-°- "l* h Jne will he sent you free from o’ -er\ .t.oi . iVn V" '' ' My nrr .ug*d. C rT II Fr .ncKo.^ A ri' ' DKreu,ury* *G* Kear .y Strop-., * I $ 5* 8 *yor working people. fiend 10 ft£ |U | |Jcent8 postage, and we will mail is 8_ 8 8 y?11 !rie * r-y*I. vain a be sam * 6 fc* p.o box of goods that w 11 put yon *11 tae way of making more money In a few day3 than you ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. You cart live at homo and work in "pare time oulj , or all the t.rae. All of both sexes, of all ages grandly successful. Fifty cents to $5 easily earned every evening. That all who want work may test the business, we make tl.is un paralleled oPcr: To all who are not well sat. isned ire will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing us. Full particulars, directions, etc sent free. Immense pay absolutely sure for all who start at once. Don't delay. Address Sxinsok fc Oo„ Portland. Maine. WORKING CLASSES, *,«»„?• We arc now prepared to furnish all clas.es wuli employment at home, the whole of the ifr» l°i \htlr "***? moments. Business new, light ami profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cents to $-> per evening and a prop rtionni huiii by devoting all th« ir most hb much as men. That all who see this may send their address, and lest the business we make this offer. To such as are not well satisfied we will send ono dollar to pay for th trouble or writing. For full particulars an ontut free address, Gzokge Stinson & Co. Portland, Maine. ftflT Tl flelda ftr<’ scarce, but those who I'll 11 lly/ite to 8tinaon & Go., Portland. UU UU Ma,ue* wlll receive free, full iufor mation about work which they can ?i>*aniUlve home- tbat will pay them from *5 to $25 per day. Sonio have earned over $50 in a day. Either sex, young or old. Capital not required, You are started free. Those J™ aUr* at onc«* are absolutely sure of snug little fortunes. All is new. s5-6m tc A I. E H / general Merchandise. North Main Street, Eureka Nevada WILL S3DLL Goods for Cash. Cheaper than Any House in Town. ^floods Guaranteed and Delivered Free of Charge in the^j ^Immediate Neighborhood of Eureka.^ Enrelra, Nevada, Ada. 5, 1884. an6-tf HZ 81, r SOK 8 Cl, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, GROCERIES, -A 3i D~ lining Supplies of all Kinds. On aoconnt of onr superior f&oilities for purchasing goods through onr Wholesale House in Salt Lake And our recent changes here, in reducing our expenses, WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE Doing business in Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH An? California losses Doing Basra la tins Martel WE ALSO GUARANTEE FULL WEIGHTS AN3 MEASURES IN EVERYTHING WE SELL' CALL ASD EXAMINE GOODS S PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING KIBE _REMINGTON, JOHNSON & CO. JOHN W. LAMBERT, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada? Second door north of the Postoffice, -DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Etc. Offers special inducements to Customersfor SPOT CASH. Poultry, Eggs, Farming Produce Always on hand. Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters, Fresh Fruits, Fresh Vegetables. The Finest, Choicest in the Market, Goods Delivered FREE OF CHARGE at short notice. Call and examine Prices at LAMBERT’S Grocery Store. 016 your catarrh OS.3JL *>o Curocl. Carbolic Ciaoke Ball IS INFALLIBLE! Asl: Your Druggist For It! „ asth ha K.hcvol In Fivo Minutes. ^.ODCHAY FEVER, , -c* -T- v Curc Guaranteed if taken in 1 time. . DEAVNES8 Cured in Three to Six Months Dipthcrio, Croup, Neu ralgia, Headache, Sore Throut Speedily Cured. Invaluable Remedy Patented April, 18S6. SENT R\ MAIL. Trice of Treatment, $t. x» (Smoke Itall, Debella i ,< i. CARBOLIC SHORE BALL CO. 652 Market St., San Francisco, Ca!. n^n.-\var.. <.f llurltul I.nitalio, yISITI.VO CARitN-LATEST HTYUEB )n>t receWed at tbe Bilnai), office. Cloii for EmrU l rpm: undersigned, AGENT FOR Til* I great house of Wannamaker & Droan. Philadelphia, desires to inform the P“W>h f *} ho is in receipt of a fnll line "‘Fail and W ut< Samples for mm and boys’ eastern made cloth Alsu ready-made cent below any house In the State of Nev.< a. Fits guaranteed in ail cases. COHN. a4-tf _ — SAMPLElJir^f^ will bo mailed, securely wrapped, to J dress In the United /1A I> I VC for Throe Months stv! a J I 1 te T ,;n of One Dollar. I.lbsral discount allcwed in l*.»ptmaHters, Agents nud Clubs. The ' , ,-a“ OAiSKTTK of Now 4 TT 17TVcrk is the only loglujj.1. .1 lj 1J .1 Illustrated Sporting and* Sensational Journal published ou th« American 17^ ~I ^ Tj1 Ij' ! continent. Apply for terms to Jj llJjJj • Eickard K. Fox, Frauklin Square, New York. Ilf I Umore money than anything elae by Ml I ll taking an agency for the beat selling , ® ■ ■" book out. Beginners eucceed grand ly. None fail. Term* free. Hai.lktt Book Co., Portland, Maine.