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PIOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1, 1SJ)5. NO.21. VOL. XLIV The OUR LEGISLATURE. Seventeenth Session. Doings For The Past Week. Senate. 6, by Gignoux Relative to SOU No the carrying of the U. S. mail in the several States and Territories. Contracts shall not be let to any other than residents of the State or Territory in which such service is performed. Adopted. S B No. 4, by Skags Amendatory of an Act to provide for unifqrm examination for twfc,"'':.rtii)Li-V.,,,,r matters con nected therewith. A BNo. 13, by Alleu of Eureka Relative to electious to more fully secure the secrecy of the ballot. Lost U to 1. S O R No. 7. hv I'omins OmmsiiiK Na- tioual ami State biuiln of issue as living detrimental to and opposing the free coinage and price of silver. Copy to be si nt by the Governor to our Congressional representa tion. Hy Noel, A H No 22 i'rrsciihiug tl.e qualifications of Notaries IVi.Iio. Women Jiaving the requisite qualifications can be sqipoiuted. Laid on table. A B No. '23 by Gorman Amendatory of an Act to rglito criminal proceedings in courts of justice. IVsod unanimously. By Boyle That a committee off five, two from the Senate and three from the Assem bly, be appointed by the President to arrange for the Inaugural ball to take place on the evening of February 23th. Adopted and Boyle and Mills were appointed as such committee from the Senate. Summerfield anxiously inquired if the cost of the propos ed ball had to come out off the Treasury. Boyle replied no, that it must come out off the pocketi of the members. A B No, 10, By Stanley To repeal chapter 120 of the Acts of the Legislature, providing for military encampments and similar holiday occasions. Passed 12 to 3 Wieland of Committee on elections, re ported a resolution declaring C, F, Murphy of Ormsby, the sitting member, entitled to his aeat in the Assembly, contested by .1. l' Leete, the former having received a major ity of the votes cast. The resolutl m va adopted. Assembly. Dunton of Lincoln county del-gitiou re ported A B No. 23 favorably, with the re quest that it bo referred to tho Judiciary Committee. McNaughton moved to reconsider the vote by which .4 B No. 14, relative to wlii-iky selling in the Capitol building lie denied .being a Prohibitionist, but urged the passage of this bill for the benefit of the rising gene ration and in the interest of gnoil murals, decency and all that is respectable and commendable. The question was discussed by Beck, Hogan aud Allen of Eureka for tho measure, and by Denton and McDonald Against it. The bill was reconsidered and .defeated by a vote of 16 to 11. Pitt introduced A C R No. 11. It accuses president Cleveland, aided by the 'cuckoo' Democracy, of hiiih crimeB and misdemean ors in the financial policy the administra tion, especially relative to the silver ques tion, aud declares that the fat man is de serving of impeachmeot, etc. The resolu tion in its final passage went through lively with but two dissenting vote-, .Speaker Allen, and Dr. Hogan, the lone Democrat of this Legislature. By Beck An act to increase the number of members in the Hoards of County Com missioners in the various counties of the State. By Crisler, A B No. 52 To regulate the practice of dentistry in this State. Public .Morals. By Denton A B No. 53 To encourage agriculture. Permits the sale of farm pro duce without license. Referred to Agricul tuae Committee. By Coryell, A B No 28 Providing for printing and compiling the mining laws of this State. Passed 29 ayes, 1 no. By Beck, A B No. 2 Limiting the power of certain oounty officers. Gives County Commissioners sole power to contract for supplies, etc., with certain exceptions. Passed, 27 for and 2 agaiost. A message was received from the Gover nor transmitting report of World's Fair Commissioners. By Conboie Act to provide fur the gov ernment of certain towns, Storey delega tion. A B No. 14, the "Well" bill, came up on its final passage as amended, making it a misdemeanor to sell or deal out spiritons liquors in the State Capitol building after April 1, 18!I5. McNaughton, the author of the original bill, said that he would vote for the bill as amended, being satisfied that it could not pass as originally introduced making its provisioni take immediate effect. The bill was finally passed 26 ayes; 3 noes, The Limits of Arbitration. With international arbitration wo confess to Laving comparatively little sympathy. If nations mean torJtgi:l., nothing will prevent their so doing, and agreements to arbitrate will bo of very littlo service. The suggestion of uu agreement between England and the United States to establish a permanent machinery for regulating their disputes is, however, quite different. Nations in whom the same racial characteristics aro to be found, who are influenced by the same ideas, who talk the same lan guage, read the same books and possess the gume political traditions, are capable of making an agreement to settle dis putes by arbitration a reality. Again, an agreement not to fight till the question in dispute has been referred to a body exercising tho functions of a. court of law is a step in tho direction of that alliance between tho United States and England which, wo trust and be lieve, is the destiny of the two countries. If we begin by an acknowledgment that we are not m tlie posit urn ot lurei;;a powers i. e., liable to war at any mo ment wo may soon rise to a definite race alliance, and lastly to that declara tion of a common citizenship which would prevent any Englishman from being an alien in America or any American belli;; an alien in England and would heal the breach iu tho unity of ttmi-aco caused by tho folly of George III and Lis ministers. London Spectator. NOTICE TAX SALE Delinquent Mat of Property for the Vaar J8U4, Lincoln County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given to those whom it mjr con cern, and to the following named persons, and to all owners of. or claimants to, the rest estate aud improvements thereon, or improvements when assessed separately, hereinafter described, known or unknown, that the taxes, for Htate and County purposes fur the year A. D. 189S, assessed SKSInst the f ollowing described pieces or parcelB of property are now delinquent; that ten per cent nanaltv and two dollars ! fi .001 costof advertising. has beon added in each case , and that any pierc or parcel of property upon whlcn sua taxes, panauy aua costs snail remain uupam uu MONDAY, 21st DAY JANUARY, 1895. OF Milford and Pioche STAGE LUSlE. Leaves Milferd every morning except Monday at 7:30 o'clock. Leaves Pioche every morning except Sunday at a o'clock. Through Fare each way, - . -Reduction on reund trip tickets. $12.50 Freight at reasonable rates. For psrtlculsre isll IU A. S. THOMPSON Pioche Agent. Illdnoua Advert iscnicnts. It is saiil that a salmon, when quite devoid of appetite, may bo worried into tahing a fly, if only (lies be present.- ! to him with irritating pertinacity. "Hang itl" ho exclaims, "I cannot be troubled with this Jock Scott any longer'' he makes an irritable snap at it and is lost. Possibly in the same way persons are driven nearly wild by seeing this or that commodity thrust on their notice in railway stations, in trains, in the streets. in the fields, on the top of Ben Macdhiu. Then they may purchase a sample in despair, may like it and go on using it. This may be the theory of frantic and hideous advertisements, but on the whole it might seem more likely to work its own destruction. "Whatever I buy I will not buy that," one can con ceive the citizen remarking and looking out for a less obstrusive article. But if advertising did not pay people would not advertise. London Saturday Re view. , Advised For His tiood. They are neighbors on Second avenue, and as they walked down town the othet morning one of them observed: "My wife is crazy to havo mo buy a new milk cow. What do you think ot the idea?" "Magnificent! You couldn't invest $10 in a way to bring you better returns." "Much bother and expense?' "Hardly any. Your milk won't cost you over a cent u quart, and it will be pure milk too. If I had ab,irn, I'd. keep two cows." "Two or three of my friends havt rather discouraged me." "Don't listen to 'em. Rich cream foi strawberries und coffee pure, sweet milk for the children and kitchen! I've often wondered that you didn't keep a cow. No care, no trouble, no expense. I'll guarantee you'll never regret it. In fact, it is really your duty toward yont children," "Yes, I suppose co. I guess I'll go. over to the hay market and buy one and Bend her up. Ten minutes later the man who ad vised was telephoning to a carpenter shop: "Say, yon! One of your men was up at the house yesterday measuring doora and windows for fly screens. I told him to go ahead at -13, but I want to coun termand the order. Sold out? Oh, no! My neighbor's going to keep a cow, and that lets eight or ten of us out on the fly ouest.ion I" Detroit Free Press. or so ruui'li or each parcel asw'llpuy Uis amount of tiixen, delinquency slid coats eaiuat it. will be sold by me, as County 'I reasurer aud Kx-Ofttclo Tax Keeriver of Maiil Oouuly of Lincoln, at l'i o'clock M. of mtd day, at the frcnt door of the court house, at tht town of 1'1( chu, iu said county, to sstis-y such tuxes, delinquency aud costs. Haid sales will be nude subject tu redemption within lex months after the d.ite of Halo, by payment of all the sums aBces-ted against each pnrcel , together wl'htlirie percent pur mouth thereou from the il:.te .if laic uu'.ll piiid, in accordance with he pro vit-i lis of H ctinu (1 ul uu act of tee Legislature, nf the Stnte o; N.tva.U, approved March lilh, Ir.Kj, luce 117. I'i.i-.be, .Incumber 20, 18-.I3. W. . 1)0 I.E.Y. Comity Treasurer aud Ex-OHlclo Tax Heceiver of Lincoln County, Nevada J. IXSENMAMM tCAVtAlmftULWIARKSi COPYRIGHTS. Vhfi I OBTAIN A PATENT f For prompt nnswer and an honest opinion, writ to MINNA: CO.. who havo bad nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. Communica tions Btri!tly confidential. A Handbook of In formation concerning 1'ntents and bow to ob tain them sent free. A lso a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books Rent free. rat en t s taken through Munn at Co. receive i and irlth- Thia splendid paper. mrine lu the BPeciul notice in the friintltic Ainrrirnn. and tu us are brouKht widely before the public v oui cost 10 me inventor. issued weekly, elegant ly illustrated, has by lartroBt circulation of anr scientific work 93 a year, fainpm copies sent free. PIOCHE. Buck Hung Fee simple title to 1 lot anil luiptB, lot 3, block 2; fee simple title to 1 lot and impte, lot 44 blk 90; fee simple title tu 1 lot and inipts, lot 18. blk 18; tax $7,al, poll tax $J, Penalty, $1,03, A'lv t2, total 113,34. Uelmue Jos Fee simple title to 1 lot and Inipts, on Cedar street, lot 25, blk '25; tax $2,03, penalty zlic.adv S, total (4.89. Estate of Hoi Blller Fee simple title to Hots and inipts. lot 37, blk SO; tax $1,6K, nenalty 10c. adv $3, total $3,85. Franks John Possessory claim to sll of block 10 and impts; tax $9,3. poll tax $3, penalty f 1,23, adv . tntnl tIK.til. Ueltzleiuan P Fee simple title to lot 31, blk 25; tax 37o, penalty 3c, adv $2, total $2,40. Jose Wm- Possessory claim to one lot and impts on Main street, lot 1, blk 29; tax $1,69, penalty 16c, adv $2, total $3,89. McKinzie Hugh Possessory claim to a cabin in the rear of lot 17, blk 31, Pioche; tax $1,09, penalty 10c, adv $2, total 3,S8. Nevada Btaee Transportation Co Fee simple title to 2 lots and impts, lots 17 and 18, blk 3ii; tax $1,13. penalty 11c, adv $2, total $3 .24. Pieraoo James Fee Blmple title to 1 lot Davis street, lot 31, blk 25; tax $4,12, penalty 41o, adv $2, t'Jtal $6,53. Sherwood Mrs Kate Fee simple title to 4 lets and Impts, Main St. lots 30, 37, 38, 39, hU 3U; fee simple title to 2 lots aud impts, Waudell st, bits 25,20, blk 31; tax (21.37, penalty $2.13, adv $1, total $25.60. Unkuowu Owuers.-!-Feo simple title to two lots, lots 7(1 und 17, blk 23; tax 37c, p'nalty 4c, adv $2, total $2.41. COUNTY. Building Edition, monthly, $150 a year. Blnnle copies, 2'i cents. Kvery number contains beau tiful tilates. in colors, and nhotnirrniilia nf new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs nnd secure contracts. uun a uo, Address New Yokk, 301 BuoauwAT. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Richard Gorman, Deceased. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN BY 3. 0. GELA BEHT, Administrator of tbe Estate of Rich ard u or man, deceased, to tne creditors or, ana an persons ba-vlna claims against said estate, to ex hibit them, with the necessary Touchers, within four months after the nrst publication of this notice, to the Administrator, at his office at the Oourt House in floche, In the Oounty of Lincoln, State of Nevada. J. O. GRLABEKT, Administrator or the Estate of Richard Gorman , decease i. Dated Pioche, Nevada, January 5th, 1893. Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder World's Pair Highest Award. Redemption Fund. Treasurer's Office: Main Street. Pioche, Nevada, IMPORTER A.ED DEALER IU HARDWARE, MILLING & MINING SUPPLIES, Iron, Steel and Pumps, Belting, Packing and Hose, Machinist's, Blacksmith and Carpentex Tools, Steam Water and Gas Pipe, Guns, Rifles, Pistols and Ammunition, Cutlery of Every Description. STOVES AND T1NWAEE, Crockery and Classware, Agricultural Implements and Wagons, Hardwood and Wagon Material, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Class, Prepared Iron Roofing, Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and Naval Stores, also a Complete Assortment of House Farnisning Goods. HEADQUARTERS FOR Giant, Blasting and Gun Powder. Fuse, Candles. ETC, 3STO. In connection with tho establishment is a complete Shop, and am pre pared to execute promptly all orders for Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work. Steam, Air, Water and Exhaust Pipe, Plumbing and Pump Work. The Stock comprises the Best Grade of Goods obtainable, and Prices are Reduced to a figure that Defies Competition. A. S. THOMPSON, Senator Allen, of Neb., will look after the credentials of Col., Reese of Alabama, who claims to be the legal Senator and who will contest the aeat of Senator Morgan. The credentials are now on the Vice President's table, but Senator Allen will try to get them referred to the Committee on Elections. Upon the result of that attempt the Populist effort to Ret a Congressional investigation of the Alabama election depends very largely. A brakeman on the Moline & Ohio rail road, on reaching Oroville, 111., saw a man stauding on the bumpers and clinging to the brakerod, As he paid no attention to the brakemau's commands to alight, they grabbed him by the arm and attempted to pull him down. The man was immovable aud investigation proved he was frozen. His hands were so tightly fastened to the steel that it is said the bones were broken and the flesh torn in unloosening the body, The Grass Vall.y Telegraph's devil is re sponsible for the following: Girl are of few days and full of mischief and whosoever is deceived by them is not wise. When the fair girl ehewteh her gum with much haste and stampeth her pretty foot then look out. She cometh forth in the evening with low neck and short sleeves, In the morning she lieth in bed while her mother hustleth. Caveats, and Trado-Mnrka obtained, mid nil I'M m bimliifsi conducted for Modrrnle fen. Our Otfic, Is Oinosl'o V. S. Patent GWce. Mid wo can aernra patent In lca time than Ihost remote from Washington. Bend model, druv ine ir photo. . with decrlp :ln. We advlae. If patcntuMo or inn. free :hnri. Our fee not due till ii.itent i fenircl. A V mnH't. "How tn Ol.tnln l'iitentf." win Vimei ofiu-timl client in yourtiluia, coiinv. 01 1 iwii. aent lieu. Adi'.re?.' C.A.SNOW&CO. Opposltt Pattnt Office W&shtaytun, D. C. Abbott Myron PoBgeasory claim to 30 acres land and imptfi about M mile east f Buukerville; tax 11,63; poll ui 3, penalty 1 ,4ft, adv 2, total 17,!tH. Ai-'kermau Ida Possessory cliim to S(i3 acres of land on appln No 10,817, being tho e hf of bpc and the u e qtr of un qtr we 27, T 24, r 50; tax $1 61, pi-nalty 4(to, adv $2, total $7,07 Adnir WniPoKseKrtory claiiuto a lot aud iiiipts iu Clover Viilloy, 100 yds east of Bchool house; tax $2,21. penally', adv ?2, total 4,46. Ah uen Poms Hory claim to lot and inipts in Heifcne; tax 71o, p U tax $;l penalty 37o, adv $2 total $t 08 Ancona David A 1'oRSosflory claim to 640 acres land appln No tt.70.1, belntf all of mc 21 T 20, rli2e; tax H,IG, penalty Hio, adv 2, total $10,97. Atchison Lawsoii Fee simple titln to lot and impts in Punaca; lot 24, blk '25. tax 10, IK), penal. y 1.0:t,adv2, total 13 33. II urn hart Ch"B Possoflnory claim to 80 acres land appln No 11,484 heing s nt of a w qtr sec r w u til; tax $1,00, penalty lOu. adv (2, total $3,10. Barbee Henry IJ Poseessory claim to 600 aares land appln No 10,102, being w qtr sec 21 and s hf sec 21 and n hf of 8 w qtr sec 2l and n w qtr of s e qtr sec 2!) all In T 20 r 01 K; tax $7,03, penalty 70c, adv $2, ttital 10,30. Barber K W PosBesaory claim to 640 acres land appln No 10,401, bi'iug n w qtr hvc 22 and n e qtr 21 and s e qtr sec 21 and n e qtr fee 28 all in T 2i-s. r tile; taxf8.lt penalty Hlc, adv $2, total $10 07 Bellows Frrrt PosneHKory claim to 40 acres land, including m rlngK, known as Mountain Springs, 15 milt h t ii.t of 1'jtuaca nnd about qtr mile north of ma 1 ffiun Panura to Uesert BpringH, with a corral on abve lurid; tax $1,73, penalty 32c, adv $2 tctal $0,10 . High y Ella T PosscBSory claim to 519.68 acres land on appln No 10.739, being a w qtr of gw qtr c 32, and s hf of a w qtr of n e qtr sec 21 T 24 n, r 57 e. and s e qtr of b hf of nen.tr arc 3G, T 24 r M'k tnx $0.57, penalty 65c, adv t2, total $U,22. Big ley Edward A Possessory claim to 2h0 acres land on appln No 10,M15, biiug a w qtr of Be qtr and ii ht of s w qtr, and s hf of s w qtr sec 23, and s hf of s w qtr sec 15, all lu 1 21 r 5(1 e;tax $3 65 penalty 35c, adv $2, tUl $5 IHJ. Hi ley Jennie Possessory claim to 281.60 acres 1 hi I on auDln No 10.741. belli it lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 5, 6. and the s w qtr of u e qlr and e qtr of n w qtr of sec 6, T 25 r7 e; possessory claim tu no acres land on appln No 10,757, being a hf of a w qtr sec 23, T 24 r 60; tax $1,61, penalty 4Gu, adv $2, total $7 ,07. Bigley JuBopulne Possetwory claim to 02104 acres of land on appln No 10.810, being lots 1 aud 2, and n f qtr of a w qtr and w hf of n w qtr oeo 22, aud lots 1 aud 2, i.ud u e qtr of n e qtr aec 21, and a e qtr and lota 1 aud 2, and n e qtr of s w qtr sec 10, and n w q!r of aw qtr sec 15. and e hf of n w qtr sec 22, all lu T 24 r 56; tax $7,W, penalty 70c, adv $2, total $10,78. Utgley Peter J Posseswry claim to 607.21 acrca laud on appln No 10,740, being a e qtr of Be qtr and n hf of n e qtr aul n w qtr of u o qtr of a w qtr and lots 1 and 2, nee 341, and lota 1 aud 2 and u e qtr of n a qtr sec 35, and s w qtr sec 25, all iu T 24 T66; tax $7, Hi, penalty 7 He, adv $-. total $10.78, Bishon h T Possessory claim to a lot and iinpta In Itoyal City northwest of Wes William residence; tax 6,92, poll tax 3, penalty 00 c, adv 2, total 12 01. BoskoAitz B 0 PoHAeB'ry claim to 120 acres land appln No 11,202, being a w qtr of u e qtr and w hf f s e qtr sec 10 T 21 r 62 e; tax $1,00, penalty 16c, adv $2, tot .1 f 3.713 Brlckwedel Jane A Possessory claim to 6:10.16 acres land on applu No 10,73, btdng the w hf of d w qlr sec 25 and a w qtr of a e qtr and n hf of a e qtr aud n e qtr of b w qtr, and lots 1 aud 2, and n hf of sec 26 and lot 2 of aeo 27, all in T 21 r 06 e; tax 7,yiJ, penalty 7 Vic, adv $1, total ?l0,m. Brown T W per A. 8. Thouip on Fee simple title to a lot ou main street Bristol, known aa Brown's saloon; tax 35c penalty 3o, adv $2, total $2,3rS. Brown Rhod a--Possessory claim to 39.75 acres land appln No 9.941, being lot 4 of n w qtr sec 3 T 17 r oh e; tax u, penalty do, adv 92, total 2 (Jiirson Ham PoaspHory claim to a lot and inipts In Clover Valjey northeast of U L Woods residence. Possessory claim to a lot In Clover Vallev eant of W H Crow's cabin. Poaaessory claim to 15 acres land In Clover Valley, the lowest piece of land in the valley; tax $IR,o4, poll ta $J, penalty $2,16, adv $3. total $15,80. Chiistte Cora L Possessory claim to 120 am a land appln No 11,503, being n hf of a e qtr and w qtr of n e qtr aeo 23 T 20. r 81; tax $1,00, penalty 10c. adv $2. total $3 76. Oox Mrs Emma Possessory claim to 100 acres land appln No 4 691, being n e qtr of n wqtr sec 13 e hf of a w qtr and n w qtr of a w qtr aec 12 all lv T 16,r07. Possessory claim to 162 acres I ami and inipts on appln No 4,610, being s hf of n w o r, n e qtr of a w qtr, n w qtr of s e qtr aec 13 T 10, r 67. Possessory claim to 120 acres land appln No 6.221, being a hf of n e qtr, n a qtr of a e qtr see 11 T 10, r67; tax 18,23 poll tax 3, penalty 2,12, adv 2, total 26,40. To the holders of c?rtiflcatffl of Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued prior tj the 1st of April, A. 1), 1875. Wilt-reds, There is now the sum of $948.01 in the Redemption Fund, 1 hereby notify tlie holder of said indebtedness that sealed proposals for the Hurrender of tho same will be received at my office up to the 21st day of January, A. D 1805, in accord ance with an Act of the Legislature of tbe Htate of Nevada, approved March 4th, 1875. W J. DOOLKY, County Treasurer. Dated Pioche, Ntvada, December 27, 1H04. We Have Money to Loan AT 6 PER CENT. On Farm or City Properly In any section nf country where property has a fixed market value. Money ready for immediate loans where security and title is gtod. No commission. We solicit applications. Blanks furnished upon icquest, ALL1ZIV V CO,, 40 fc44 , Broad way N DEALER IN FLOUR,-:-GRAIN,-:-HAYr AND GENERAL PRODUCE. -:o: H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public. Office in the County assessor's room at the Court-house. Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars :o:- Hiohest Cash 1'kicb Paid fob Utah PROCUrF Salt Lake Bottled Beer, 8arsa- Cream, Strawberry ana Lemon aona, sc , uuieaaio m,. Low Ratos and Free Delivery. parilla, Cround Floor, Thompson's Opera House, Main St., Pioche T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Puilic. Office inMASONIC HALL. PIOCHE Geo. S. Sawyer, Attorney and Counsellor-at-law, Olllce In Lyni-h's Bloefc, PIOOHii, - NEVADA, Funeral Equipments OF Every Description ;ii Will Ik lj!jj!Ui Can be Obtained at the Undertaking E8TABLI8HMENT of John Franks. Main Street. Next door to the Oodbe Mercantile Go's atore. HOTEL NEVADA Restaurant. is lie-opened, thoroughly renovated and in First Class shape. Meal Tickets, 3 for $1 BOARD $25 Per Month. Fresh . BREAD - PIES . and CAKES ready and for sale Every Day. Good Service and Satisfac tion Cuaranteed. Prompt Service ! STT?ICT ATTENTION TiO"w Plates THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Is s nawapsper devoted to the beat Interests ot the Western slope, and particularly to the devel opment of the Interniountsin oouatry. For advertising purposes tnoompsrahlr the best paper between Sau Kranolsoo sad Daniel Daily, 3611 laauea per year, 1S.00 Wookly, Ipp. BScoU, peryr... 8.00 Weekly, elz months, 10 Weakly, threw months, IB address. THE TRIBUNE, Salt Laaa Cm, Uvaa. LITTIiE'lH CHEMICAL FLUID MON-VUIMONOVH Trade Mark. A lie warn of Iniltat lm.it. nnd lt not be De ceived by MlMreirHtiiiatiuiin. One Gallon nixed with 60 ynlluns of Cold Water will dip UiorouKlily l(W (ftheep ai tlie moderate cost oil Cent Karli. Put up la Iron Iiruma, ftich contain uiK & l' lidlbb .r 84 A inert oun kaDoiis. Hold to t rail tiylCnglUli gal Also, iMtokeiMii oiiv-Uuiioii I'iiih, for which uo extra chaw U maile. Baally Applied. A Nonrlnher of Wool A Certain Cure fur Scab, f CATTON, BELL & C0., SOLE AGENTS, HiiiiueHaur-t to r'ai.KNKil, Hmi.l A Co., tlln: 401 Cililnu II U fRUClSJJ. WarslieuK,: tSllnmsia ltta ui Uaw. Ilasa 'Cwlae. eUaara. ea rrm ABSOLUTELY The Best SEWING . MACHINE MONEY laW-jra uiDIi 3f WE OR OCR DEALEBS can Ball ton mat'lilneai cheaper tlmn yon east get elaewhere. Tne NF.W HOMKll oirbrat, htwSBiskrlnsperJIMS tbe CLIMAX and I DUAL for M.00 and up. Call on our agent or wrlta ua. We wa your trnae. ! pricee, term, ana aqunreoce". wlu, we will Imve It. warn the world 50. than uaredeallnawlll rnniienae prndiire a IIKTTKB (50.00 Sewlnir Machine lor fav.vv tnan ins nttav iiwi'in, v' ' ' " " nn u...,...r M.,-kli,e fitr VSO.Ov tha.. the til.IHAX.or " a"'!";?0 Plarliliielor fi.OO than the IDEA V, wblrh you can buy from na or Agent. THE NEW HOME SEWING M1CHIHR CO. Ui iLOrciaco, cu AlLUiTi. Ua. FOR BALK BY