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KatnrJay To.-riulor 7. 1S7. i 11 Count)- ud llcr Itcsoarrex. Arizona, and I lie southern portion in particular, is now coinmanilin; a large attention aliroail. I5y f;:r the greatest con.sM:-rntiii is given to ,he minerals, but it sliouM he rcim-inher- cj that the wcailh of Hie tcrrilory 'iloes nit consist solely in her ores. In the excitement t" our uiining de velopments we' too often forget the many other resources w hich constant ly furnish substantial revenue. .:;! week we gave an iiiterc.-tiii! corres pondence, on the cattle intcrols of our country, which arc rapidly n Kuniing large proportions for a new territory. It mii.t lie remarked tlu-.t less thaa half a i!i zen yens ago the raiding Aiaches made the cattle busi ness a risky, ami often an unprofit able occupation. The greater portion of the licef consumed w ithin the tcr ritory has.until recently, been bn t'.gh! in from Sonora, Texas and New Mex ico. Xow that the country is filling up with indu.-trious settlers, and our many and extensive ranges are being shocked, our cattle men are u.iilc able ti Mipply the demand for home con sumption, and widiiu a few yeats we luay confidently hope to see l'iina county scuiii ig ur$c exports I beef to the San Fiuiicl. c and 2V.v Yolk inaikets. Whiie l'iina c::nly can nevi r be come an agricultural c.iunti v, vet the airirreirate oi arable land is no insig citieaiit consideration. Millions of! pounds of wheat and barley arc among j our annual products. Thousands o! I tons of hay of a superior quality could be harvested from our nie.a land any season. Vegetables are rais ed only to supply the demand, and a variety ol fruit trees have been suc cessfully introduced and cultivated in various parts of the county. As our settlers increase in iiuiiiVrs and the railroad and other means o:t-.-:i up and develop our country, the dt maud for agricultural products w i;l be coircs pondingiy iiictc ise-d. AYiad-iniils will be introduced, artesian weiis will lie Mink, and a large and indu-trioiis class of citizens w ill then dei.ion-tralc that jPima count' j.i .. vts compara tively important and extensive agri cultural lands. Of timber 'we have an abundance; several mountain ranges are covered with a fine growth of pine, oak, juni per, etc. Stores of men will find profitable occupation iu felling this timber and transforming it into build ing material, mining timbers, tele graph poles, railroad tics, etc. Our mines have never looked bet ter. That we have many permanent ledges there is little doubt. Mills are being constructed and development continues, and the bullion production must soon vindicate our oft-repeated assertions of fabulous mineral wealth. "We already have flue herds of sheep, and annually ship large quan. titiesof wool to eastern inan"factories Tliis doubtless will soon cease; our wool and hides will be manufactured into articles of clothing within our own territory. This will atl'ovd a ; market and employment, and our peo ple will be saved the impoverishing freight rates for shipping the raw ma terial out and the manufactured goods back again, to say nothing of the cx liorbitaut profits pocketed by the man ufacturers. There are many other lesser re sources and occupations that will prove f much profit to individuals and add to the general wealth of the county. Ranches foi the production of honey, butter, cheese, Ac, w ill be valuable property if judiciously con. ducted. AVe may well be proud of the atten tion Arizona is attracting abroad, and we may justly say that no section of the territory has made a better show ing or has more fl.ittcrind prospects than Pima countv. CitSzm. From Soeoia. Says the Tucson .S''-of the Colli: "Tk 1! r.. r..(.,,..,...l (',,..., , ." . a flvimr tnu to N:iora. lie met one of Governor 3tar!.-cars intimate frieuds who assures him that the Adams and n.ilcv murderers will be surrendered v.p as soon as the presi dent authorizes him to do so; that he is only awaiting the due process re quired by the treaty on extradition of criminals. This trt alv it A.'ill 1m- re .Bieu.bercd is very explicit on ,,.; point. That the citizens of each gov ermiM-ut shall be given up only by :ajp!icatioa and order of the presi deutsof therespeetivp republics. He is more than anxious to have those men given up and punished; but we must fllsi HV till. s: nr-1 1 il tltl. 1: W it V ists ia the trcatv. Mr. Kca found the xnmor of the capture and killing of two of the party w ho were implica ted in the same atrocious act f Direct. The same capture unbraced three ol the 3Iarkopa ttage robbers, who are held to be delivered up i n proper process from our government. It would be well for our authorities to bear in mind that ou pursuing crimi nals across the borders, where there is likcly to arise liny doubt about the natiouali!" of the criminal pursued to go anned with at least two reliable affidavits as to tht ir status as Ameri - can citizens; with such documents in hand their rendition would be sure and speedy, saving much trouble a:ul expense. "SJ I'tian Corn. This cctxal is destined to become one of the leading products of this country, and yet people know but very little about it Not one farmer in n dozen lias ever seen it, though it is one of the most Itcautiful grains "uat grow.?. It is nearly as heavy as w heat, and in the raw state is as palatable as hulled barley, which the white vari ety closely resembles ill appearance. The red 1'gyptian corn is like the while in all respects except iu color, hut it is said that the red yields a Ut ile better of the two. As to yield, either variety is quite remarkable. To say that it returns a thousand fold is no exaggeration. It is less .articular in the choice of its soil than any other cereal, and will grow to perfection on land altogether too dry for Indian corn. Planted by the side of the latter it has yielded well, while the other has been a total failure. In growing it ha.i much the appc irance of Indian corn, but dilfers from it r idically in seeding. Egypt ian corn is not produced in ears at all, but is gathered from the lop of the stock, like broomcorn, only in a much more condensed form. It does not grow to tall, but branches out more than Indian corn, and each branch is tufted w ith a large head containing thousands of seeds. The Hour or meal made from this corn is better than that made from the ordinary kind, and is susceptible of ir.ore ucs iu the culinary depart ments. It is said t i be an excellent s.ib-ti!ute for, but at the Mime time more palatable than buekwhe.it. For feed for all kinds of stock it is c.pial l any other grain, and tin-Mock ami leaves when growing are as good as any new grass or hay. It has one peculiarity which should recommend it to all farmers. In the time of its planting, cultivation and harvest itUiller-- from all other cereals, and docs not therefore interfere w:th the oliier operations of the farm. Af ter planting, it needs no further atten tion u-.itil it is ready for gathering, which is done by plucking off the heads and hauling tiicin to the barn, or place of thrashing. It is more easily thrashed and cleaned than oth er grains. This is In lieved to lie, and almost certainly is the true Egyptian corn of ancient times, the kind that Joseph's brethren sought at the time of the famine in their own country. On the sixth of April last a farmer planted a few rows of it by the side of his other corn, mid as the latter turned out a failure, he forgot all about the circumstance, until one day he observed the blackbirds hovering over the locality. His attention was drawn to these rows in that way, when he found to his surprise that he had, so far as Egyptian corn was planted, a fiist rate crop. The birds, in large numbers, had lived on it for a couple of weeks, but, nevertheless, the yield, considering the space planted, w as enormous. Should it prove to be as valuable as a breadstuff as it is alleged to be, it will soon be extensively raised and used, but independent of such use of it, the fact that all kinds of animals are fond of it, and thrive upon it, ought to bring it prominently before the farming community. The cli mates of Egypt and of California have sonic points of similarity, and it may be that this product is about as w ell adapted to the one country as the oilier; at all events it ought to be thoroughly tested. As lar as experi ence has already gone it appears to be cm i lien 1 ! v s itcccss fu 1 . AlHsetl Itrnierty for Consump tion. A correspondent writes as follows about the ilower of a well-known plant: I have discovered a remedy for consumption. It has cured a number of cases after they had com menced bleeding at the lungs and the hectic Hush was already en the cheek. After trying this remedy to my own ' It will irrigate 17,!MK) acres satisfaction I have thought that phil-1 of 'and in and about Anaheim, thus authropy mpuired that I should let it ' insuring to the latter place a great fu be known to the world. It is com-: urt'- T'''s whole section is now en- I mon muiicn, steeped stronHv and ' --"-m '"'"o'j " sw-ete;:cd w ith coll'ee su- ar and drink freely. Young or old plants i .irn .......1 .I..!...! I., tl... 1 1 .... 1 1 . . ' . V 1 ' '""'v ",Kl Kt in cican nags, me meuicine must be continued from three to six months, according to the na.ure of disease. It is very good for the blood vessels also. It strengthens and builds j l the system instead of taking away the strength. It makes good blood and takes inflammation away from I the iun-.'s. It is the earnest wish of ithe writer that every periodical in ! ti;e United States, Canada and Europe should publish this receipt for the i benefit of the human family. Lay '- t.!l!s and k"'l' iu 11,0 Jr lor us Obituary. At a dead fall: ' Hello, Sim '." 'How ai'eyon..Terrv take suthin'!' ' Heard from your brother lately Arsenic Kill, old pizi n 'Well, yes, not d'rtctly. You know he was in the boss anil cattle business in Texai. His operuions cxleiided ' over u large territory and didn't re- ; quire much caj.ital. One night Ihey took him in. There were eight ol ' 'em at one end of the ropo snd Arseni . j J!iII at the other. lie couldn't keep his feet on the ground. Wncn they t raised, he passed out. Here, barkeep. ' tri wo whisky sours.'' W Oman's Ineennlty. A man was once walking along one road, and a woman along an other. The roads finally united, and man and woman reaching the junction at the same time, walked on from there together. The man was carrying a large iron keltic oc his back ; in one hand he held by the legs a live chicken; in the other a cane, and he was leading a goat. Just as they were coming to a dark, deep ra vine, the woman said to the man: " I'm afraid to go through that ra vine with you ; it is a lonely place, and you might overpower me and kiss me by force.'' " If you were afraid of that," said the man, "you should not have walk ed with me at all; how can I possibly overpower you and kiss you by force when I have this c-reat iron kettle on my back, a cane in one hand and a live chicken in the other, and am leading this goat! I might as well be tied hand and foot." "Yes," said the woman; "but if you should stick your cane into the ground and tie the goat to it, and turn the kettle Itottom side up and put the chickea into it, then you might wick edly kiss me in spite of my resist ance." 'Success to thy ingenuity, O wo man I" said the rejoicing man to him self, " I should never have thought of such an expedient." And when they came to the ravine he stuck his cane in the ground, tied the goat to it, gave the chicken to the woman, saying, " Hold it while I cut some grass for the goat," and then lowering the kettle from his should ers, imprisoned the chicken under it, and wickedly kissed the woman, as she was afraid he would. .ov County. Miner: We have male diligent inquiry of citizens from the Little Colorado portion of Yava;ai county in regard to their de.-irc lor the crea tion of a new county. They have appeared to lie in favor of being set off from Yavapai, solely because they live loo far from the county seat. As bad luck has had it bad characters have committed crimes in their sec tion. These had lo be examined into here. In consequence, poor men have necessarily been summoned as wit nesses iu the- cases, who have r.ot had their expenses paid. Suffering from this state of affairs they feci that in duty to themselves they ought to be stricken off this winter. We shall be loth to part with them and their sec tion, but shall not throw a straw in their way should they ask for a new county. Between them and us is a high range of mountains, which, in winter is quite a barrier. This of itself is suflicieut cause for the segre gation which we think will be asked for. Then some of them reside over 200 miles from Prescott, another good cause for their going. If they leave Yavapai, they leave her as friends and allies. Many of them look to Pres cott and the mining towns for mar kets for their produce. Their coun try, climate, everything is similar to ours, so that the course of true love will continue to run smooth between the people east and west of the Mo gollon. A Large lrrisating Oitrli. An Anaheim dispatch dated No vember 17, says the completion ot a great ditch was celebrated that date by a grand pie-nic and barbecue. About one thousand farmers of that vicinity were present with their fami lies, and their great joy felt at the successful completion of the public work found vent in a day of enthusi astic jollity and merrymaking. The itcrary exercises comprised a history of the ditch by Win. M. McFadden. an oration by S. 31. White, and ad- 1 dresses by Thomas Lynill, 31. L. Wicks and 11. David the latter speak ing in Spanish. The ditch is twenty two miles in length and cost over . tirelv independent of rainfall, because ! - . .... "ie ':lIU' 11l reached by the waters of ! ditch ju.-t completed is pierced witl, l T-t..-t -II, Vf11 tvltifll UIWIIll f'fkftll " , JUT g'cai oiuuies "i mi-i. jneie un natural reservoirs along the line of the ditch capable of storing 20,000, 000 gallons of water, and these reser voirs will be utilized in the near fu ture. Win-re to Trade. Savs an exchange: "Subscribe for i,..,i ,,.,,.,. .,,t i,,- ,,k- rP,mi ;u1)se who advertise in it. If you do ! I11(t filul tlle;r advertisement there you m.iv salL.iy C1)ciude that the house ; i, . ri,slnf... or that lli.-v are loo poor, too close, or too old logy- ish to make their business known and in either case you will not be likely to buy goods cheap there. The more they advertise the cheaper they sell, providing they are not preparing to run away." This language is ter.se I and lo the point. As a man is known . i" tc company lie keeps, so is the success and character of a merchant indicated by the style of his advertis- When you sec a store or busi- ness place that does not advertise, you i should lie war' in the way iij which ' u trade there, for the chauoes are that vou can do better with more en terprlsing establishments, whose busi ness is made to the public prints. 1 Exih.iiit)i BUSINESS CARDS. THE BALDWIN. -TIIE- Leading Motel ! OF SAX FRANCISCO. And the moot elerantlr Appointed hotel in the wor.d. over $!.fiiK).Ui0 having- been cspended by Mr . HnMwin in if construction and furnish inir. Htadqnnrer Army and Navy. 8ecial Ancominadationa for Families and lanr Pur tie. Price the Mine a at other first -cla ho tel. $3 to ier day. Special contracts will be made for permanent Nmrrters. The hotel coaches and enrriefre in waitinr t all bout and railway depot. Room can be rwterveu before arrival nv telvgrnph. JOHN A. KICK, Leasee. Formerly proprietor of the Grand PacinV, Chi caijo. nl3 Photographs ! THE rXDERrION'ED CAI.I.S THE AT tention or the public to the fuct that he U pre pared to execute nil work in hit line in tlrit clam style. Also constantly ou hand a line as sortment of view of ARIZONA SCENERY Ktereoscupio and 6x10 size, consisting In part of Government Pouts. Axtee Ruias, Indian! Cnclits, and other Characteristic Scenery. At Loring's Ilaxar, Washington it.. l'henix nfi O. II. UOTltUO;K. HARNESS & SADDLERY having ornxEi A SHOP FOR THE maun'iinttire of IlitrneM find S.vMIery, I am prewired to execute all wurk in tha t'.iud In a FIIiST. CLASS MANNER. Farmer and stock men will Bud it lo their in terest to heitonr th-ir patronage upon me, at nor.r hut Hrnt claft wurk U turned out at my establishment. On bl.iclt nfcove the tin hop. and adj Moing the llKU.M.Ii vH.ce. n'. F.IlWA HI O'CONNOR. 3IISCELLAXEOUS. The Bradshaw Mountains IS Ol lt PLACE OF BUSINESS. DON'T GO TO PRES COTT ! For we will sell you goads BIGHT AT YOUK CAIUX DOOK LESS MONEY ! Tha jou can buy at PnricoSt and transport them koino. We have depots at Gilctte, Tip-Top and Took District. Mining Men take Notice ! And save the Iwther of packing, The Loss cn Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDRES & ROWE. SAM WING. .N'EW LAUNDRY. Washing k Ironhrg Che.ip. rOLISIIINO NEATLY DONE. Altatllri Street, Ailluimnf Ooidwater UuildiaK. t3 n3lf T. J. Morgan, G urler St., one door east Pott Ortlce, rreecott Ariaona DEALER IN Diamonds, "Watches, Clocks, Jew elry nnd Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Tens and Pencils, etc. Watchmaker! and Manufacturing Jewelers. All Vindft of Jewelry and Silverware made from Native tlr.ld an-t Silver. F.nif ravine ot CTery d-rcrition. S-al Pn-sies. Ribbon Stamps. DUDLEY HOUSE, Ourley St, rrracntt Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS HOUSE OX TUS EUROPEAN PLAN. Netr and clean bedi for lodger and ele x.4 rooms f.r famillea. FKGD. WILMAMS.Prop. Cracked Wheat and Barley. The nnder; trued rettpecffully alii attention ottietrrist mill of Win A. Hancock now In operation in Plieuix, nnd state that thny are liepard to axeruta onn in large and tnall iuintitin. Custom work hanrfd for at tbe rate ol twenty five cent wr hundred pounds. i M. blankard, ng cuW ISCELLAXEOVS. BOWEL'S Yeast Powders. We the and'rs'yaed Wholesale grocera rate pleaeura ia remarking the inereaaed demand lor Buwen'a f-remiura Veat Powder, and of te tifyine; to the general satisfaction iven br this Ilrand: WEt.LMAX. I'KCK CO. ROOT & SAXOEItSOV. LEU DEN, WIIII-I'LE It CO. MF.IIIL'S &. CO. HAAS BKOS. TAI1F.U. HAItKF.lt & CO. J. M. I'IKE II CO. 3- A. FOI.GF.it & CO. NEWTON. BROS. & CO. W. W. DODGE & CO. MII.I.IKIN BROS. CASTLE BROS. Kltl SE & EULER. JONES & CO. M. EIIRMAN & CO. adams, McNeill . co. K. DANF.KI & CO M. C. MANGELS. TILI.MASN & BEXDEL. ALBERT MAU at CO. BOOTH Si. CO. ALLEN & LEWIS. DELLEI'IANE & CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. 8. FOSTER Si CO. BOWKS BROS. MANUFACTURERS. 10 California Street, San Francisco BOWEX KNOWLES & CO. Prescott, Agents for Arizona- louring Mills. iforlliwest Corner Moiitunia ami Jefferson Streets. Smith u Voolsey - Preps. j ixcre a EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. ;nAIl.VM FLOl'R, 'n.fii5:3 wiirat, OKX MEAL, 1'AOP FEED, 1RAX, aUOttT, K All of which is kept con stantly on. hand for sale at Lo.uest prices. This mill is supplied with new and improTcd ma chincrj, and second to none for manufacturing a choice article. Liberal rrirr paid for IVliaat. w. TrlOMI'SOX. 0. J TIIIWODO, M. P THOMSON & CO., Washington St., bet. Center and Cortes, Druggists & Apothecaries DEALERS IK DUUGS AND MEDICIXES, Chemicals Tor niiniii"; 1'nc. A Ira, a full lint of GEXCISE PATEKT MEDICINES TOILET ARTICLES St PEUFIJitERY PUVSICIANS ri?ESCIPTIOXS will he attended to by eompetent persons at aourof the da) and night, and chargesfur the me reasoaul-iw. ISCELLAXEOUS. Ths Magnolia Saloon. BRIMS0N CO. Proprietors We would rejj-ectfnlly notify the anblie that we haee opened a Saloen in the new FRAME BUILDIKG oa the Corner of Washington and Monlezuniei Streets. The very best qnatity ef Wiaee, Li-iiiorsacd Cigars alway on hand and sn!d at prices to suit the times. Cire o a eat'. Il-tf PALACE SALOON JOIIK LAUAHK . - Pkoi-kiktdii Washinfrton Street, Phentz. 0 "XONE BUT THE II EST" IS THE MOTTO Which has tfeurd to this ftiroritn entaldtMi ment its well dserved ppMla?ity. In thm fu ture, as in tbe past, my jmtrons will be served "'ON HL'TTIIE BEST" AVIXES, LIQUORS, AND CI G AUS. "XOXE BUT THE BEST" And most skillful attendants aro employed to administer the it ants ftf tbe sjentlfines who favor m with their pi.tr0n.t7. The Im itim, between Mi Iotoffire and Coitrthoue( it the mot conTeniwnl in tbe town ; in this, as in all thr repects, I will have "XOE BUT THE BEST" 116 J. A.Millor & Co. VlMILLENVILLE, - . ARIOXA DEALERS IX General Mcrchanilise. GROCERIES. DRY GOODS. CLOTIIINO. BOOTS AKD SHOES HATS. CAl'S. TIKWARE, HARDWARE. til. ASS WARE, CROCKERY. Cigars, Iron Tobacco, Steel, Powder k Fuse. ALSO A full line f COOKING and HEATING STOTES, aad Hollow Ware, whii-h we off-r at Bed Rock Prices for eash Our stock of Wines and Liquors are unsurpassed. As we buy for eash and sett on the same terms, we feel einn-lnt that no house in the West caa compete with us in rices and quality. MI.S'ERS'OFTFITS A SPECIALTY 49Call and see us and be convineedJ no "4-tf Restaurant Capital IUqcW, IMirnix. BEST EATIXG HOUSE Ix The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are alwas sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. rollte Attention Paid to (;unIh I 8 C. S.vLAiti, ruop'i!. LEGAL. General re Tflnlns; Company. Iteai ion tt principal place cf business. Sum VmricK Culitornia. titration f rrk, Cilettc district, Ari n. Noti is hereby ftv e that at a niretins; of tbe 1&rd of Iirect:s, held on the 1 b day of October, ISTt. aa as sermetit. No. 3. of Twer t cen s er shar was le ird ain Hie enpital stock t the corpe-rt4ti-.u, p)-Hb'e immtiintely in ITniietl States sjo'd rtsin U the Seervterr, at tha oftiee of tbe Cuni-.iny, Kip mis tUand 12, N. .110 Fine s:iv, Man Krawisn. 1'aliforaia. A or stork iKin whii-h tnis assessment shall ftnNtn nitpttid in tle Th rd day of December IHTjt, will be dlintiient, and mlTertis-d fr sale at ptitilic auction; and nnlfs paymen t is made bfo.e will b .in Tl KSl AY, tbe :tlst day ot 1KCKMRKK; to pay the de- itnuetit as4n)innt totetlir with etMt of ad Ttrtisinsr and expenses of sale. By ordsr at tbe Hoard f Iir-ciois. TlltiS. K. ATK1XSOX. Secretary. Okhu No. 310 Tine street, Koums IU aasl 12. fian FmiviTit. Caliiomia. 12d PUESCOTT- Saw Mills and Lumber Yard ! THE ATTENTION r every one is invited. AVe sell all kinds tif lumber for (ASH. We sell all kinds of lumbar for Karl.y. We rll all kids of Hi 111 1 it-r for Flour. VTc sell all kinds of lumlier cheap. 200,000 feet of lumlier in town. 5M,000 feet at nr Mill. KememlxT AVe never refuse cami. CLARE Sl ADAMS. 11 -t NEW SAW MILL. Two and one-Lalf miles south of Prescott. Having now con-jili-ted, and in full operation, my new Snw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for .rcrcliantsiljlc, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Fundings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY- In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDING S Ti:it.lIS Cash ou Drllvrrr. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W.-Curtis. F. ti. I'AltKKK. JAS. C. WIl.r.T. G. A. TAIIKKR. SAW MILLS t SAW MILLS! ATTENTION ! THE CLIPPER MILLS IXMBER COMPANY, bar. ntnlilishsd new I.I .MHF.R YARD on the wot suts of Gmnitr Crrk, enrnsr McCormlek sl Gnrley strests. in l'lrsoutt. srhera th proprietor wiit ntiravs liavs on hand all kinds of BuiMin? Lumber. HnTinff Jttst added Planing and Siiingl. Machines, are new prepared to famita Dressed Lumber, Shixgles, Ett.. Etc., Etc AT THE I.OWKST LIVING RATES. The Mills are situated in the finest body of t ttuber in Ya- Taai county, and bava SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS OX HAND. Particular attention pven to orders Ter CLEAK Lt'MBEH, and bills will be Ailed with diiatb. P. O I'AliKKU, ManaKer. H. S. FITZGERALD & CO VI MA. Arixona. Forwarding Merchants. I'rompt shipments of all freight coil signed to our cure. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in tiKOCKHIKS. DKY GOODS. FAXCY GOODS, AND General Merchandise, Of every Description. 2"HV run imt he UmlrrnoUl for tah vol-2-nt .WEEKLY DULLETIN Contain nil the S to Fraiifliiwo, Stat nd ('uut ot the week, while it extetmiva CMrreapindfiire nnd roluminmu dinpiitches kep itt iileni ariviftffl of nil ini(wrtant event of the w..rM. The MKKCH A NT. the MIX Kit, the MKUli A NIC. md1 the FAKMEK cannot af torl t In without it. It Kinam-ial article, Min tns; utork ami Market repoiia are aecnraie. anil itt Afrrieultiiral lepnrtment is mail an impor ant feature. Single nuhfurif,Jion, jer year: ix iuonth8l 31. ITlnbaol teuorniore, luonead dresM. will b-fumit-heU at 2 40 per c-py per y-ar. and one copy free to the party getting up he Club.