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4 rutin a v april as. 18NS Tim iiiilit:iry pt known as Fort Com. vrun. nvar IVaver, Utah, which M per manently evacuated by the United State troops during the present week, wa first estatilialieil on the 2.")thday of May, 18, almost eleven year ago, the first troops sent there being four companies of the Eighth United State Infantry, under the eornm.ind of Lieutenaut Colonel Wilkin. Jutl;;o llnwley, the first Judge of that Judicial District, claim the credit of having the Government establish 1'oat there, not for the purpose of fighting In dians, but for the sole object of enforcing the judicial decrees of his court. Nevada, say the Virginia Enterprise, ha contributed about $476,000,000 to the world's stock of the precious metals, of which at least $140,000,000 was in gold, the chief part extracted from the argen tiferous ores. Of this vast amount, a singlo lode (the Comstock) supplied from $21)3,000,000 to $315,000,000. A mean between the various estimates would make the product about $JOC,000,000. President Bonney, of the Illinois Bar Association, in commenting on the man ner in which technicalities have driven Justice out of American courts, says: " Let the law provide that no judgment may be set aside or reversed, in any case, civil or criminal, provided it shall appear from the whole record that substantial justice hat been done." This will cure the existing difficulty. m An aboriginal skeleton was found sit ting up in Connersville (lnd.) gravel. New York World. A cucumber vine must have grown over hi stomach at some period. Jefferson Davis own au estate of COO acres at Beauvior, Miss., chiefly devoted to grape and orange culture. All accounts agree that California crops will be bounteou this year. The rains have been general. Acting on a report presented by M. Ferdinand de Lesseps, the French Acade my of Sciences has published the declara tion that the town of Baume possessed the first steamboat, which was navigated on the Doubs a quarter of a century be fore Fulton tried his boat, anil that tbe important discovery of applying steam power to the propulsion of vessels is due to a French savant, Claude do Jouffroy. A committee has been formed for the purpose of promoting the erection of a monument to the latter in his native town of Besseucon. M. de Lessens appeals to all French seaport towns, ship-builders, ship-owners, 'Steam navigation companies and others to participate in this act of re habilitation, of justice and of patriotism. It is a question, it is asserted, of glorify ing in Claude de Jouffroy the memory of a misrepresented Frenchman, a martyr of science and a benefactor of mankind. Winded Three with Osb Shot. A Dakota schoolmistress sued three vouns men for breach of promise. Counsel for one of the defendants moved for a non suit, on the ground that she was too promiscuous. The Court seemed dis posed to grant the motion, whereupon tbe ulaintitf asked: "J mitre, did von ever go duck shooting?" His Honor's eye lighted up with the pride of a sports man as he answered, " Well, I should say so; many's the time I've brought down half a dozen at a shot." "I knew it. eagerly added the fair plaintiff, "and that s just the case with me. J mitre. A flock of these fellows besieged me, and I winded three of them." The motion for a nonsuit was denied. Brooklyn Eagle. The Secretary of the Interior has de cided that in the case of lands claimed under the Desert Land law, that the question of the character of lands that have been reclaimed from a desert state, and are now producing crops by means of irrigating ditches, etc., are not sub ject to entry under the Desert Land law. A desert land entry of 640 acres cannot embrace land in such form that the tracts in linear extent shall exceed one mile and a quarter. In entries of smaller quantities, the side lines must be reduced in uroDortion. A school section, or Dart thereof, cannot be embraced in a desert land entry. VolIU Tfnl.K.wl dnnoliter nf tlta . nnavnnp nf Vn not l.'ll t wllft plnnAfi with and married her father' coachman, was divorced in New York on Saturday. ahjinrlnnmant. No coun ter charge was made. It is thought by . . ni t i' i : . j : some tnac jvirs. oneuiinru, uaving uisvui lui..ni. liApanlf nf fiAi- nlphia.il husband. will be welcomed back to her father's bouse, but the general opinion if that ex Governor Hubbard will never recall the denunciation he pronounced ngainut his daughter lour years ago. Yesterday afternoon a citizen well known for hi love of field sport and hunting dogs waa dilating upon the fine point of a setter dog which one of hit friend bad presented him. After going over the minor point of perfection he came at last to the chief feature the nose. "Just look at that dog' nose look at it! Did you ever we nose like that on an dog t Of course you didn't Why, bang it, he's got a nose like County Assessor." Va. Chronicle. The New Orleans Picayune define " eotnplinentary vote as something that M thrown at a man to make him feel bad because he i not popular enough to tie elected. Yoc Casnot Kill a Tio with Abso Vic. "It is an astonishing thing," said a cynic, " that you cannot kill a pig witn arsenic. I bad a friend who wa an en thusiastic chemist lie had preserved a lot of cherries in an arsenical solution, and having no further use for them threw them one morning from hi labratory window. A rambling porker, on the lookout for edible trifles, saw them drop, and looking them over and contrasting them with the usual expanse of tile, old tin cans ana ones oats on wnicn it uau been his daily wont to browse, eagerly swallowed them. My friend was alarmed, and visions of a bill for the value of a dead and uneatable pig rose like a spectre before his eye. He chased the pig away and thought perhaps its death might not be laid at his door if the pig was not there when it expired. The incident warned him; but on the following morn ing he was dumbfounded to aee the pig waiting for more of the deadly fruit. Some were vrenared. for mv friend was an investigator, and doled out to his hog hip. lie devoured them, ane grunted a muffled pasn in their praise. Each morning that pig returned, and each morning the dose waa increased until my friend was mined aud the pig' confi dence in arsenical cherries stronger than ever." We have heard much lately about Justice Haight of Pennsylvania living many days after a bullet had been fired into his brain. A more peculiar case is now a resident of this county. George Sinsel of Newfane was a private in the Eighth New York Heavy Artillery. At the charge on the rebel works at Peters burg on the 16th day of June, 1364, a iniunio ball struck him in the head, breaking tbe skull. The ball divided, part going outside and part going under the skull. For three days he lay on tbe field and was reported dead. After this time he wandered into a hospital and was treated, the physicians taking out a num ber of bones from his head. He wa then sent to St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester. VV lailaa thaM ha si nrflntte H a maim f Dr. Moore, and on the 23d day of Octo-1 ber following. Dr. Bradley, tbe Assistant Surgeon, took from the unhealed wound a piece of rebel lead, which had lain there over four months. Now Mr. Simsel is as well, apparently, as ever, though he has a depression in his skull large enough to hide a walnut, and over which there is no skull bone. This case was a wonder to the sura-eons at the time it occurred. and a greater wonder to the man him self that he should be alive. Lockport Journal. The Middletown (Del.) Transcript sets aside its editorial dignity long enough to say that " those who write for a sample copy of the paper must inclose a postage stamp, not for publication, but as an evi dence that they don't take us for a bald- headed philanthropist, with a gold headed cane and an income of $700,000 a year, who is printing a paper for amuse ment and paying the postage for fun. Joe Poterie of Phoenix, A. T., is the possessor of a stone ax and hatchet relics of the Poltic of Aztec age, manufactured frein basalt rock, taken front the Phoenix mine, thirty-five feet below the surface. The find would seem to demonstrate the fact that the mine had been worked by one of these extinct races in some past ge- Eureka Sentinel: The outlook ia the Eureka Tunnel grows better from day to day almost continuously. In the south end of the Addison chamber, Gen. Con nor tells us, they have opened up a body 15 feet wide of rich quart rock carrvine sulphurets. This ia decidedly the best strike yet. as it is deep down under tbe hill about ow feet below tbe surface. The St Louis Republican savs: In spite of the doleful figures of the census on the subject of illiteracy, and in the face of all the unbraidines which have been hurled southward, there is abundant evidence that the Southern State are making substantial progress with their schools. Eureka Leader V learn fmm nartiea nesi posted on tne subject that a very i.i. i . i mvurauia strwe was maoe yesterday in Hi. v;ii;.u.. v.- .i w.av .-.uawuijl UllUD, IsnuUV UVUUBU by the Richmond Company. The new strike is about 100 feet deeper and 380 leet southeast ot anything yet found in this mine. The solar ivlinn nf fv ITrli 1011 will exceed that of the present year in total nllMA htf .linn, half mmnt. Tkn sun will be entirely covered for a period 01 six minutes and twenty-tour seoonds -t l. .. ... . t II- - A t 1 v uig uiuav 1BTU1HUI9 point oi ooservS' tion. Santa RilrKar nan- mnmiiiM fli discovery, about eighty miles east of strata juaria, on tne n sad water of the Sisquoc, in that county, of a fine redwood and pine forest, and a waterfall ix or seven hundred feet high. It is said that the sun will absorb the earth in a million year. That put an end to prize fighting. It doesn't leave nine lor tne necessary negotiations. A wise man of Athen says friendshii IS like onnrl nfr,. -.1 l i ' o--tt licit uuw lb um oe- come cold, it cannot be wanned again "is its nrsi savor. A Kentucky Justice ha decided that man can recover by law the price paid for an undelivered vote at a primary IVV NVll t "How much do you weigh?" asked Vaaa of Boircr. ' Wv n ..7. : i- replied Bogg. It isn't Foggy and Boggy muj IHVIB. umui a watca mu tirely of paper which keep good time. The fire of vanity is fed bv the fu.l at flattery. Good for boil Tbe teektttle. A German nobleman had two sons who were reported to be rather fast boys. One of them was a clerk in a bank and the other was an officer in the army. " How arc your sons coming on?" asked friend. "Bad enough! The one in the bank, who ought to be drawing drafts, spend all his time in hunting, and the ono iu the army, who ought 10 be busy shooting, is always drawing drafts ou me for money." A German at a hotel the other day had some Limburger cheese sent to him. A little boy who sat beside him turned to his mother and exclaimed, " Mamma, how I wish I was deaf and dumb in my nose!" Ohio Republicans say they must have a Gubernatorial candidate who has not an eye on the Presidency or a Senator shin. They are now looking around for a blind man. A Texas town named Athens, has a negro Mayor, two negro Aldermen and a negro for City Attorney. Poor white trash stands a slim show in that place. A New Jersey widow is said to have changed her religion because she wished to avoid meeting her husband in tbe next world. It is said that the Universalists believe in eternal bliss, but that the genuine Calvinist believes ia eternal blister. Alxnit 450 miles of thread are made each day in American mills.. Thirty years ago it was all imported. A man's hobbv rides him a treat deal oftenerthan he rides it Fumes. England has 810.000.000.000 invested abroad. NEW TO-DAY. Constable's Sale. BT YIRT17E OF AN ORDER OP SALE issued out of tbe Justice Court of PiocUe Toamsblp, County of Lincoln. State of Nevada, and to ma directed and delivered for aix several Judgments rendered in asid Court on tbe seven teenth day of February, A. D. 183. against tbe Mayflower Mine. Comet Mine, Obto Mine and Companies, sod in favor of M Cburirb, far the sum of two hundred and thirty five 76-luO una is-iuui aoiiara, united mates gold coin, with interest thereon at tbe rata of ten per cent per aiinum from the seventeenth day of Febru ary. A. D MSS, with cos's and acvalmt coats, sll in United States gold coin, and also for a Judgment rendered in aaid Court on tbe seven. teeotn day or reoruwy, A. D. 11 in favor of C. Qnllice and against tbe sild Mayflower Mine, Comet Mine, Ohio mine aud Companies, for the aum of one hundred and seventy-four (Si7l) dellara. United States (old coin, with interest ineraon at tne rate or ion per cent per annum from tbe seventeenth day of February, A D. 183, with costs and accruing enats. all in United States gold coin; and, also, for a judg ment rendered la said Court on the seventeenth day of February, A. U. 1893, in favor of A. Ne onate: and against ths asid Mavfliwer Mine. Comet Mine. Ohio Mine an1 Companies for the sum of forty-two and to 100 111 5-lC0p doll ra. United States gold coin, with Interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the seventeenth da of February. A. D 1883. with e te and accruing cone all in United States vol coin; and also, fur a jn gment rendered in aaid Giurt an the seventeenth day of February. A D. 1883. in favor of KU Chnrich an I agitnst the said Mayflower Mine, Comet Mine, Ohio Mine and the Companies for the ttm of one hundred and ninety one ardan-100 dial sn-lMi dollars. United States gold eoln. with Inter. at thereon St the rate f ten per cent per annum from the seventeenth day of F bruary , A. D. 1883. with costs and accruing enaf, all In United 8tates fold coin: snd.aleo, f. a Judgment rendered in said Conrt on tbe seventeenth dayof February, A. D 1881. in fav T of A. Ganlette au I anaiost the said Mayflower Mine, Comet Mine, and Ohio Mine and Companies for the sum of two hun dred and ten .Silo) dollwa. United States gold coin, with interest thereon at tbe rate of ten per cnt per ansum from tbe seventeenth dty of February, A. l. 1883, with e ts and sncruing eoats. all in Unit d States gold coin; snd, also, for a ludgment rendered in favor of W. J Eddy, and againat tbe Mayflower Mine, Comet Mine, Ohio Mine and Companies for toe aum of one hundred ana elity four If ICI) dollars, United States gold coin, with Interest thereon st the rate of ten par cent per annum from the seven, teentb day of February, A D. 1883, together with ceta and disbursements at date of judg ment st ninety-two snd no UK) (191 M 100) dob lara. United States gld coin. I have tbis twenty-eighth day of April, A. D. 1883, levied upoa following described property, to wit: Tbe description and boundarieaof the prop erty authorized to be sold under snd by virtue of the decree, and charged with asid liens, so far as can be ascertained from tbe comp slnt filed herein, as follows, viz: Tbe Mayflower Mine or Lode, comprising eight hundred (800) feet of said lead sr lode, snd running four nnn dred (4110) feet each way on said lead or lode of mineral bearing rock from tbe mouument or center of aaid claim, snd located in a southerly rilrtctlno from tbe mine known as the Blue Bell, abont H mile on the second ridge south. Slid Mayflower mine, beinp sitnatel iu Bristol Mining District, Lincoln County, State of Ne vada the property of defendants herein together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, sad all prtvil grs pertaining thereto. Al-v tbe Comet Mine or lode, comprising eight hunlred ((00) feet of said lead, ledge or lo-le and running four hundred (MO) feet each way from the mon ument on the couim of said mine, the same being situated on the same hill snd above the Mayflower mine ;-aid Comet mine being r l'uated in Bristol Mining District. Lincoln County, Ne vada, tbe property of defendants, herein to gether with sll tbs appurtenance thereunto be longing and all prtvilegea pertaining thereto. Also ths Ohio mine or lode, comprising fifteen hundred (16oB leet of said ledge, lead c lode of mineral beirtn t rock, commencing st tbe monument oT said mine, and running thence sloag the ledge three hundred (SOOi feet In a southerly dlrrcton, and from stid point twelve hundred feet in a northerly direction along ths course of tba ledge, together with all its dips, spurs snd angles and varittiont of tbe same. J loo three hundred ("00) feet on each side of ths ledge formtniDg purposes, situated as follows: four hundred 40D) feet In s rorth erly direction from the Nati nsl Mine snd five hand ed feet In so easterly direction from tbe Majflowcr mine, stld Ohio mine bring situated In Bristol M'nlng District, Lincoln County, Btmi f Nevada, the nroDerty of defendants herein, together with sll the appnrteosnoes thereunto DSlongtng ana su privileges pertain ing thereto. Notice Is hereby given, that on WedaesdaF, lie 93 J day sf May, A. D. MM. Between tbe bom-soft a.m. snd S m of that da, at the location of said Mav- flower.Obio and Comet mines, in Bristol Mining District, Tewasblp of Brlttil, in Lincoln Oounty, State of Nevada, I will sell st public auction sll ths sbove described property to tbe highest sad bast bidder, is United Btates gold eeln, to satisfy said Judgments and decrees, snd sll eos'asiwt accruing coats ia United Btates old Mtla. Dated Pieche, Nevada, Satardry, the Twenty I O. W. BOEDIX, , Constable of Fist be Tom bi, LuweU Oounty, , state of Nevada. eza-a Alexander Dumas was in a crowd which was making elow progress through the doors of a church where they were celebrating a wedding mass. "Iexpect," said Dumas, "that we will arrive in time for the christening." A Cincinnati woman knocked li.-r hus band senseless with a copy of the Bible, The old version is good and strong yet NEW TO-DAY. Notice to Creditors. E STATU OF JOHN CAPITAN, DEHEVSED. Notice Is hereby given by the under sUuftd, A'lmlnistmtur of tbe Esttte of obn Cspltou, deceased, ti the creditors of sud to al persons having claims attainst asid ritceaxed, to elhlbit l heal ilh the neceiwal'jr vouchers with in tour monibs af'er the first publication of this notice, to 84td administrator, at the office of Thotupaun Campbell, Attorney l'or aaid Katate, a' Fiocbr, lu tbe county of Uncolii, State of Ncrada. Dated at Piorhe, April IT, 1883. (JtOuiifi T. TERRY, u28-td Administrator. G.R.ALEXANDER, Druggist ant Apothecary KEEPS CONSTANTLY 08 HAND A LARGE lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Cfcsmicals. Perfumery, Scips, ....Aim... X'oilot ArtloloH .. .At IHB... LOWEST P03SIBLT. PEIOE. o Malsi St., Piorhe. wpposil Panara Salooau Sheriff's Sale. BT VIRTUE OF AV BIECUTION IHSfED out of tbe Siitb Judicial District Court, In and for the County of Eureka. State of Ne vada, and to me directed and delivered, for a lodgment rendered in said Conrton thetven ty third day of Mirch. A. D. 188l,in favor of H. Briscber snd against C. Glbfriel, for the sum of ($1,358 H-litl) Thirteen Hundred fifty -eight lit 100 dolls s, debt, toge her with ($5fi 5u-l0) Fifty-nix sll lnodollm, tax costs and all arcru ins coats and interests, 1 have levied on tbe following ptiperty, to wit: The undividel (M) oie-half of a certain mine known as and called tbe Hubn A Hunt, or Nevd mine, situate and being in Ely Min ing Distrirt, neir fin town of Piocbe, in Lin. eoln county. State of Nevada. Also the undi vided (hi onthird of a certain mine known sa and called the leviathan, or Garrison mine, ooneisting of 1 1. SOOI Fi tea Hundred feet, mora or lest, sitnste and being in Highland tining uistnct, Lincoln county, stale of Ne vada. Notice it hereby given that on Monday, the Thirtieth day of April, A. D. 1883. between ths hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and S o'clock p. at., to wit: at 12 o'clock u ol aaid day. I well aell all the right, title and in terest of aaid C.Oibfrieii in and to the above described property, at the frontdoor ol tbe uonrt-nonse at the town or Pioche, County or Lincoln, grate of Nevada, st pnblic auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execution and sll costs, snd all costs that may accrue. a7-td O. P SHERWOOD. Sheriff. Bases fc WntEs, Atty's for Pltintin. DRY-GOODS & I WHIM,! 0 WINO TO DOLL TIMBi WE HAVE RE DUCED our Prices on Clothing, Dry-Goods, Boots, Shoes, Jewelry & Optical Goods, KTC , ETC., ETC, And you will find It Cheaper at our store than st the s'ores of those who claim to be selling out. uive us a can ana oe convinced, GOOD SOLD iSTRICTLY FOR CASH NO CREDIT Under any Circumstances. . HYvtAST. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE, XwXAltx, Street, PIOCHE, - - NEVADA, Mrs. Jas. Pierson, PROPRIETRESS. rpHISELEOANT HOTEL WILL UNDEB THE l present management be run in nrst-:laes style, snd prices ensrged will be reason tble, Tbe rooms are large, well furnished and com- lortaoie THE T--aXjTJ WILL ALWAYS BE SUPPLIER WITH THE BKsT THE kUKKET ArFOfiDS. ' PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street,. Pioche Louis Kleine, Proprietor, 1 8 FURNISHING A BUFKBIOB ARTICLE or Lager Beer In Unantlttes anil, mt tit Lowest Kates. Adjoining Cansps applied an , BOUT NOTICE. DRY-GOODS WINDING The public in general will do well by calling on us at an early day and examine our im. mense stock of BR-GOODS, CLOTHING, ETC., ETC., and comparing prices with other houses in town, and we are satis fied that by so doing that even in these dull times there will be no trouble for us to sell the balance of our stock off in the next 30 days. On and after this date we desire to call Particular Attention of all our customers, that we have CLOSED our BOOKS, as we are preparing to leave Pioche, and all good3 sold now for the short space of time that we remain here, will be for CASH ONLY, and at such Prices that will convince you we Mean What We Say. Parties in Pioche and surrounding country knowing themselves indebted to us, will do well by settling their ac counts before the FIRST day of JANUARY, 1883, as all accounts outstanding at that time will be handed over to our Attorney for . Collection. Pioche, December 9, 18S3. J- MTEHS d BKO. L. Y. WEBTnilHEB. HALL F, GK4B. IEItTliEllR & kill!. Hc)LKSALK AND BEf ALT DEALEBS IS STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, INKS. PENS PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS Or ALL KUfPS. Imported and Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCOS. PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. A9ENTB FOli Eureka Daily Sentinel, AND ALL CALIFORNIA AND NKVAD Dallies delivered oy. Carrier toeny pa I of Town MAIN HTBEKT, OPPOSITR MEAD. Oil VALLET PIOCHE. NKV. ft.tf . SAN FRANCISCO ' RESTAURANT, MEADOW VALLET STREET. PIOCHE, . . NEVADA, ME3. JAMES McFADDEF P30PRIETRKSS.; All Delicaoies in Season Open Day and Ma-tat for tba A ream, nsanntiosi of tb Fnfclie. .. yyttt AND CLOTHING. ISINESS. T CI Wi Pew1' slwsyson MM I ! BJ" ,he )"okont for WW I m Hi i ch,"s to Increase D LI A tbeir earnings. and ia Nm time b.c . me wealthy; those who d not im prove the'r opportunities remain In proverty. We offer a great chance to make moony. We want many n.eu, women, boys and girls to work for ns riKht in their own localities. Any one can do the work properly right from the start. The basinets will pay more than ten times ordinary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who euxa-ies tails to make mon y rp dly Yon cao devote your whole time to the or, or only your spare moments mil In. formation snd all that Is nerdel sent freo. Ad dress Siinbon A- Co.. Portland, Maine. 11-sT HJ ' ! ' I 'by 8 aud d,re be ll H 1 i I fr you die, some MMt I A k.T I tbiD" eighty and rs-J sublime leave behind to conquer time." 66s week in your own town, $S outfit free No rik Kve-ytliing new. Capital not required. Vie will furnish you everytblnii. Many sre mak ing fori tines. I.aaies make as much ss men. and boys snd girls make great pay. Keadi-r, if you want business st which yon can make great pa; all the time, write for particulars to H. Uallett M Co.. Portland, Maine. (saV mat I si nf Vnma tten inrinNtrifsiisi n sa Kn.Uuu nnw . WUIUVOB LSVST before the public Capital n t uwueu . nr e will BT fen yOU . Mfn itnman hnsa sisaJ ila wVaklltArl aVAPT SB V)j4l tn Tte Iam tin. NowlslhetiuiH. Yoa cn work in spare time, or i We your whole time to tbe busioctis. No other buineM will pay you near y as well. No one can fail to nrnke enormous py, by en Rflglng at onco. Oontly on fit and ttrms free. Monfy made fist, Uj and honurably. Ad. dress Tbuk tfc Co., Aiigima, iaiiie. BUSTER'S EANCH FOB SALE OR LEASE. BCSTEB'8 RANCn SITUATED BBVENTEKlt milea in a northeasterly direction from Pioche. It contains Twenty. five acres of the fioest snd b tt tied of farming land black loam now under cultivation, with sufficient water for .rrigatlng purposes snd for large herds ol stock The Pasture Is also ss go-id sa csn be found In sny country. The houses, cellars, corrals and fences are all In splendid condition '1 here is s milk-house made of cut stone, with s cold sp lng In It. For particulsrs Inquire of Chas. stein, st Piocbe, or myself, on the premises. mrlO lm. ALFRED BTEIN. NOTICE. rrO WHOM IT MAT CONOERN-Sult will bo 1 commenced for tbs recovery of sll Delin quent Taxes If not paid within Sixty Days from date hereof. By ordsr Hoard County Com lilialoners. ... Flocks, Nevada. March 8th. 183. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, District Attorney, Lincoln Oounty. Kor Rill-Heads. .tUrHaa1s,rard Vnnchvra. awn nil kinds nf Jes Print Ins;. Ithor Fancy wr Plnin. apply- te tnw Hmw OHm.