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SALT RIVER HERALD.
WcdornJay; January I. IS7S). AtlHUiLTiSE. Intrrrsting; and Instructive In formation and- fSuscHizotiH Aion( f-'arujjii. C. II. Dwindle, rsq., IvtturcJ at the State University of tha State of California a short time since, on "Agriculture as a profession." He .iitl the qualificitions of the agri culturalist w ho understand his bus iness are many. lie should he thoroughly acquainted with botany; the structure of plants and the func tions preformed by their different parts, should be as familiar to him as A B C, and he must know the con ditions w hich are most likc.lv to pro duce unusual development of a par ticular part, as the root, leaf, flower or fruit. lie should know the his tory of each plant he cultivated, and the Various uians by wliieh it may be reproduced or multiplied. And so it is with Zoology. To be able to raise to the best advantage the vari , ons domestic animals found on a farm requires .1 wide knowledge and a clear judgment. Insect life culls for bis attention, for he should know his fiionds and enemies among the myriad forms that swarm about him. In;the HARVESTING AND CURING Of crops for market, there are ques tions which will t ix the best chem ist and mechanic to theextent of his ability. Irrigation and draiiiige call for no mean amount of ensiii eeriug skill. This is but an imper fect sketch of what a model farmer should understand. To be brief, lie ! should be a botanist, zoologist, phy sicist, chemist, geologist, liriner-jfo-gist, mechanic, civil engineer and book-keeper. It wiil hardly be de nied that to come up to this stand ard, requires a man to have a burn ed education, which would entitle him to the name of professional ag riculturist. But some object, there are farmers on every hand who know little of these things, and who are, neterthelefs, successful in business. Surely it does not require a scientif ic man to raise a crop of potatoes or beans. There are many who make their living and even amass fortunes at farming, and who arc al most or ontirely without education. They do not, in .1 true sense, under stand tne business which they follow. TnEIR 3IETIIODS, Leirned from their fathers, or from their own barrow experience, are su?h as will, under certain circum stances, produce the results aimed t. On the other hand they often fail. If oncetioncd as to thp m.n- pons for want of success in these par ticulur cases, they will frequently confess that thry are at a loss for nny cxplaination. They often sub mit unresistingly to misfortunes, when the means by which they may be oveicome are within easy reacli, but Unknown to them. Such a per son may find his fields reduced in feitility, and he grumbles at the changed climate, live s more econom ically, or sells out. Now the truth probably is, the land has been ex hausted by the mercdess nvstem of cropping that had been pursued. And even when the owner knows this, he roar not in the rich recoil ces which Nature has provided for the renewed of his worn land, know how to apply it. There may be LIME STONE, AXI) WOOD To burn it with; gypsum, and wa ter power to grind it; marl, peat, or deposits of phosphiats, but to him they are all hidden. Or if he 110 4w...,l ,1...... t , nivm, 11 n,is prooaoiy as a ( drawback to Ins operations. Like a I cock that found a iewel. hp ennsi.lri ! " a grain of corn of more value. I have snoken of the r.ilim r.f l,f cal knowledge as to the relations of plants and tlie mischief which may result from ignorance on this sub ject from hybridising. It is A WELL KXOWX FACT That several of the best known va rieties of w heat have been lost since the advent of the traveling thrash ing machine. In Egypt they have retained their best varieties of wheat for a thousand years at least, by keeping the seed pure. "Why could it not be done here? The western farmer has his characteristic weak points. He is careless of small items, w hich, in the aggregate effect his business most seriously. lnr J-jss his crops cover thousands or hundreds of acres, he does not tVI that he is doing anj -thing wo, thy of . his efforts. As to using fertilizers, . . l ' C .-iini-iii vi ma land, he never thinks of it. A hrze part of our farmers seem to five up ths fight, sell out, and go to f ome new field. If every young man hesit ites to adopt agriculture as a profession, because lie thinks titer callings will pay better, we 1 1.11..-HC5 Mioniug inai 111 no i a . - uiv, - f - 1 I f I-,- I con-.forts, nr.d even Iuxuiies of life. 1 mscEi.LAxmus. lonihan's Li very, Food and Stable?. gale Washington St., between Center and Cortez. Best Livery Horses and ele gant vehicles at all times. Horses boarded. Hay and grain always on hand. THE FINEST BF.ER. ALK AM POUTER L in Southern Aruieoa can only b obtained at the United States Brewery. One iriock Month of MonihOn' N tabic. Ifarinc weired an eft I ire dpw outfit fr m complete brewery, we are prepared to furnib N.iloon ami private families with any quanti ty ltirel the very beat UKKR, ALK and POUTER at prices that defy compctitiuu. Orders deiveird to anv part of Pheoix and Tioinity FltEE OFCIIAKGK. Promrt attention eiren wm rrrived j name ua lvcatiun. au4 and Shoe r&lontezuma St., Adjoining Magnolia Saloon. j Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, Made to order of the tie.t material and atisfao tion guaranteed. Alan on hand, an aMnrtment nf bnott of hit oirn make, m thai jou ran be fitu i at a mo ment s nutice. x.,70 RI.AIXF. HOUSE, SIGN and Carriage asnters. OrlMito Plienix Hetel, in building lately oc curded by A. M. Janes. 1IorsE ASO s ,ATIKr. r iriv. " w 1 A,NTif.c., PI"EK AXD VtKAIXIXO XEATI.r IXlXE. it.,.., . - 1 hhii. I -JX;ilAX V MAtXER. MIWEI.LAXKOUZ. Livery Stable. Washington Street .'i.ljoiiiin" Plienix Hotel. the "'!?." tor-il 1t t!ii HAV. VEFK or MONTH. keeps always ra hand the bci.1 Uiili'y of Wheat and Grain Hay, Barley and Oats, ftiwvl nnnnimn.l-if;.in. ft.. T . , Iravelors. Keep constantly on hand Fine Outfit Klcsrant Tnrnonti Sinslc mill; trouble Teams. ALSO GOOD SADDLE ANIMALS TO LET. Hordes hoard d ut mr KtnKl.i -;it the !! iitt.-iiri. n. n ill be ierrl itilU the iM-st freU the cuuutry nllnis. li. P. SASII. Braavi.ey axd Williams, lVoruiKToits, Montenma street, one tloor south of Hbll.M.u olliec. Choicest i if FRESH MEATS Constantly on Iinml. lccf. Mutton Pork and tNinsaircs. S.-iti.-fietion a call. tiarttiileetl. Give us m7 Fresh mk 4 a IS IiF.I.irCltKD IIV TIIF.rXTFi:i!!;XF.I to riistomera in I'henix and Tieinitr dailv. Murine-a laree dairy three unlei nurlu of town I cau fm nili 31 ilk Fresher anil Sweeter Than ean lie done by keeping; roar own cotr. (lire ine a trial- OrrJeri left at the Postoffice Will Receive Prompt Attention. n? w. l. osnonx. SAM WING. N E W LAUXD R Y. Washing k Ironing Che.ip I'OLISIIIXG XEATI.Y 10XE. Ailnms utreet, Adjoining GoMtrnter'r Iluildlae. To n3,f T. J. M organ, Curlcy St., one dooreajt Poat Otlice, Preeott Ariaona DEAI.EIl IX Di.imoiul, Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Mlvenvnrc, ciCftacles, Gold Pens and Pencils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewels n. All kind of Jewelry and Silrerware made from XH.ive (fr.hl sn.l Silver. I'n.nvinH ..I . rtrteri.tion. Seal I're&ses, Uibliun .Stamps. DUDLEY HOUSE, Curley St, Trescott. Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS HOUSE OX TDE El'ltOI'EAX PLAX. C5? Xenr and clean beds for lodgers and c!e JCt rooms for families. rr.r.n. wii.mams.ptop. Cracked Wheat and Barle)-. TllO narlprf'rrniirl rniruuil f , T I - a a; Otlitrria mill nf T m A II l 7 ... r. ... mx. ii.ini'itiTK nw in orwiutmi Id Phpnix, and Mute that they are r )., red to ex u e ortUrs ia larjre and innli I" v..iimn morn finrtfftt lur ut tlie rate uft treaty five cent ir l.iindrl p..iindn. J:. M. blauknr t, aft-uU .VISCKI.LAXhdL. Express and Delivery WAGOLM! Jf AVIXO A W-AOOXIII Jl.T EXI'IIKS-LV for the iori'Se I am pr.-ii.iri j tu du unything in tlie iiliore liue. Fitrnlliirr moviii" a ;o-la!iv. Or !r I. ft .. u,,, f JI inulia M Iou will ruc.-ive iTdinji bttentiou. f. W. JI.tniiLKY. M( -KKXXKVS Lunch Room. OVSTEltf. - AT M Kl.NNEV'S luxcii noor. til'EX Al l. MtMl T. ir.vir.. t rilt SiK.V. iuoo3 ij o u n n S'. A MX. VMM 'IV leans for Sale. pUOM AND AFTKR TO-DAY THE I N-- dT!iid will Iihv- i.n liiiTnl f..r hIi H litrir ii;tiitiTy t.f UKANS at the fitips.1 'piaHiy fur in iuutui:u-4 to nit at the ti'lluvvinif prU'fii; detail - - - U 1-2 cents. J!y tlie sack - - S cents. li.HH) pounds or over - 7 1-2 cents. OTERO BLAKE. At the Mrr.f Mnrliet Kimtll i.r the IlKIIAI.il of li--e iiml a'l jotirnuii; tlie II t ami Stnie tt.re. arpenfer i J.-bhiiilj of all k;nds protrptly attended to and aud on the mo4t RE . 1 SOX. 1 ULK TEU3$. CnMrnrt wn-k a eci::lty. Eatimaten furnish e n itj'idicaTti n. Workshop in the r ar of the i'jre ot A. OuM Iktk'h slur;. W. II. MORRIS. PALACE SALOON JOIIX LARAUll - - ri:o!-iKTox Vahinytun Street, rhcuix. IJUT THE I5KST" IS THE MOTTO Wniehha s-cur.d to this faro.-ito entnhli.h ment it well deserved pitu)aritv. In the fit tore, as iu the et, my i .ilroni will bo served 'XOSE 1JLT THE BEST" WINES, LIQUORS, AND CI CAR; "XONE ItUT THE 15EST" f I And most skillful attendants arc emidoj e.a. to udminiater to the wants of the gentlemen nV favor me with their patronnee. The loe ttioa, between rho l'ostotfle and e'ourthoue, is th m(t convenient in the town ; in this, as in all tlier resiiects, I will hare "XOXE RUT THE BEST- nC estaurant .' Capital ISIork, Thenlx. DEST EATING HOUSE Ix : The Salt River Valley." i Our Tables arc always sup plitMl with the best to bo obtained in the Market. I jj 1'olite Attention Paitl to tJoctt 8 C- SALAItl, I'lJOI' K Ihop. MISCKI.l.AXi:oU.. BOVVER'S feast rowners. We the un.i rs:gni-d Whlm'e grocers ta e I-l.-.Tsure in rimark:ng tlie ii.rr.'dfcd dtinand or IIi.Treu'n Pn-niium Vca-it ln-!?r, and of te tifvinif to the tfeurral w.tif.t'tin given by thin I!r.inl: WKI I. MAX. 1TCK .tCO. IUHlT Si. .SAXIJKIISK.. I.KKDKX, Wiin-I'l.E & CO. JIKHlr.S i CO. HAAS MHOS. TAIiKll. HAKKE.t Jfc CO. J. M 1'lKE & CO. J. A. Kl.'I.dKK i CO. EA TOX. IllIO.S. Jt CO. V. W I)((IliK Jt CO. MIM.IKIX nuns. CASTLE ISKOS. KltLSK i KCLEtL JOXKS 4: CO. JI. I-:iIKMAX i CO. A HAMS, M. XKII.L CO, I'. llAXLIil i CO M. Jt C. MAXCKI.SJ. TI1.I.MANN i UKXDr.L. AI.lll.KT 31 A U Si. CO. lliiOTH i CO. AI.I.KX & LEWIS. "i:i I.EI-IAXE & CO. THOMAS JEXX1XU.S. S. FOSTER .t CO. B 0 W : N J5 R O S . MAXIFACTrnF.K.S. 10 California .Street, ?a-i Francisco BOWEX KXOWLES & CO. Present t, Agents for Aiizona- The Brarishaw Mountains lsori: l-i.ACE oi' iicsixLs.s. DOX'T GO TO For we will fell you goads NIGHT AT YOUH CABIN DOOK LESS MONEY ! Than you ean liuy at Pinecott and transport fhfin home. We have depots at Gilcttc. Tip-Top and Tcok District. Mining Ken take Notice ! And save the bother of packing, The Loss cx Time, axd Actual Cash, lor buying of ANDRES & RO'vVE. TIIENIX Norlhwei't Conu r Montezuma and Jefferson Streets. i Smith & WcG.sey - Preps. MAM 'QLCTl'KE i EXTR-V FAMILY FLOUR. i i f.KAIIAM FI.OI H, ('SACKED WHEAT, cons 31 E A li, CAOI FEED, ISRAX, saOHTS. Etri i (11 aC i. . i x S ui Hltu IS lvl'llt COIl stantty on hand for sale at Lo.wcst prices. This mill is supplied with now and improved ma- chinciy, and second to none (I'he J lor manufacturing a choice article. Liberal lrlce rnltl fvr WU?at Flouring litis. i i rni:scorT. New Two and one-half miles south of Pi-iscoU. Having now completed, and in full operation, my new S.nv 31 ill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and llustic Lumber Matched Floorinrr. Casing. Mouldings, Paneling and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In .short, everythiitg in my line lur the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS tit'iT tt v-fi q i-L 1L11-S(i. jT:s:3EM: t'asU oa Iclivery. All orders sent hv mail. , . or tlirouirh the merchants prompt attention. Ceo. W. Curtis. u. a. PAt:it;iE. c. Vi iLt:v Clipper Lumhi Company THR CLIIM'Eil MILLS 1,1'Miin COMPANY. have e-talilUhed a nev I.I .Mlil.K AKI on the .t fide ot t.ranite ( reek. ,.rner M. Coriiii. k and Curl-v streets, iu Prescott. where the proprietor will alwava hare on hand ail kinds of lluiiain -Lumber. Harm just udde.l I'lunine and .Shinirle 2Iachiaes, we aro nuvr pri-iured to furnish Dressed Lumber, Siiixgles, Fir T'Te. V rt AT THE I.IHVKST I.IVIXO n. . : ' 1 he Mi h ore Hit,o.t..l ., il... en.... 1. .. r SATES. .. . . .. ...... i o.., o. limtier in la- vaoai coimte. nnri Io.i-a SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS OX HANI). ' 111,1 teol:.r r.Kun. i.... ... ...1 .'. - CI.EAIl I.L'MIIKIC, and liilv will be f-ibd with , oisriio-n. e. t. '.i;ki:i:. .YlaneiT. AXD Lumber Yard, THE ATTENTION of every one in invited. Yc sell till kinds of linilier for CASH. M"e sell nil kinds of luiaW for Iitirlev. AVe sell all kisds of lumber f.ir ' Flour. AVe sell all kintls of lumber che.'.i 200,000 feet of lumber i:i town. 500.000 feet at our liemetnlier AVe never refuse cash. CLARK & ADAMS, Prescott. Tha frlagnolia Salccn. BRIMSON 80. Proprietors YVe ireuld re.rcctfu!ly notify the pnUio that kc linreoivned a Saloon in the neir ri!AME BUILDING on ths Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets. very best o,,.a:ity ot Wines, Lienors ar.d ; 1 ; Cigars aliray on hand and soM ut j l.rtcc. to snit the limes. i ; t-ivc us a cat!. 10-tf ' 3 s n i n 9 is c I.KCAL. A ! hi : ;.i s ra U-.r'n :! e. X..liee is hen ! iriven lli.it in nii;::anee ef an ..r r .t the l'r.i!;.te c.-ur o! Oie ckiiii r of M:.r:c..i-a. in the 'IVni:-.ry r Aiia.nn. nia.le ' i;o-of Ir-(-ri:l..r, l.-TS in the nia-teri f the estate ..I ...!n K. Tl,ii..n, de e:;il, the iiiLl.-rs'irneil the aclniini!.trat..r of -anl ot.iTe n i.I a- urivale :t: tn il. 1. l,-.i.li r f..r. :15,. n:,.l slj,.,., t , ontirn.ati.Mi i.y kii.I I-p.iiate C urt on e,e 7th aav ..f Janu i.iy. .. ail tlie rijht lit)- i,t1 iatere.t ami e-ti.t,. .,, ,i s.,i, .,, .,, - n,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,...5 ,, i.t tne tune il lii ,!eith. ami nli the lii-ht title mil inter. i llial U,e a.;i,l state has l,v ojiera lion .it t.,w or., 'liertrire ar.piireil other thau and in :n.:ti..n M lh.it uf the inv4;., , Ih, time ot his death in ar..i t.. all that certain niece par.-el r .,. t hin.l. hi;n.,te Iviuir in. M,tr luHie..liuti?y of Jlarie-.j.a anj Terriiory of Anz..i,a. ilesa-riiN-d lis luMov. n. to Wit: The nortaean oiurter ol ie :ion thirtv Sve (llj iu ton, ,,1,11. one north, ol ran-e loar eat oltbe ru-t ..I lads i.lijen t.. .i!e at the Ijind ollii e at t u.reni e. Aiizoua. Ilidn will lie reeeiveil iu i-a.e.l propi.ais, n l,li,...,-d to the un.ersiKue,l, oj.e open. U on the kiM T;1i day of January, le... at Illo. l.K k. A. M. And il no bids are o rcet iye I then at 1J U k u. n. on ni.i day 1 ll i.I.er the .,;.l .1. , ,le-r;be,l piee. Jf oiii.l I. r Mi:e at pubac auction to the lixiiiil tiuiicr lor ca.-u. .... J- T TlriFST. A.liinniftn.u.r . f lUtate of John K. Taomn- wn deeeiiKe.l. 1 T. a.pe A.T. n,.e. 18 In thC Jll.ti, . t oiltt of l'hcnil Pree'n, 1. I T j asniii.t Loi.i-z, ,, fendant. The Terri.in-v i ... . .:! u.-..r,:u. . I.oaiin, I.., leml.iut. ou lire hiTolv Miinnio :.d to npi. .r I "" !" "" I'"" in ti e County ol .Mar,. . ,. ,. , .n,, 4.,, ,, . f ,,.in A J ! I... at 10 o"e!.H-k. A. t. i . - n. I...U OlOOKllt .. a.,.. y..,i by , n. ,. aimiir to m,s,u, th- coin l lamtol I,,., ahove na.in d pla ntiir. Xahl ae. ... n i hrou-ht ,o r.H-.,v.T 1 ,r.. hundred and f.rty.threeUn.!.V1.. d l!a ,. balanee due n an a.-, on: t or .iu.l-em.-nt will be t:.k"n a.-aii.t you for the said auioiiiit. together with costs f ' ' - l'far an,! .newer. To i '"- - -rill or nny eo-.s ahle f ,i,i Colmtv : irreetin. Ma!.e li-iul serriee Hnd due e,' hereof. (i:v i. it...'., r i.:y hand this S4 dav of ri.lnbir, A. U, icTs. , , . R- 1'. Hlt.AXIW. A Jil-t; ' of tli" I'l'-e of s't d t-oyn-hip. or 3Z!n!:is Xotire. To whom it inavc meern: .1. M. Hrl e nranr others claim Hi intervst in that certain minin'ir l.a.ion ore ami known a. the KAVo.'irrE n.in ' ' ''"Wi-il i IK Milien Mininj: District, Alai;eoj.a Coiiaiy, Arii: .na, this is to notify voil that in n.-e i-.tan.'e with t.niri.ion of fi..inAA. 7 ; OI .Uai lO. ,- t .llnj I'l 17J lai 1 iu comgiiiance with tl.ere- 'T'',"'"-"'.""' "f"1 " ,r"rk hi ..oo .o-i, work ints I'Cend. neon , ... ooioni; eia: ll.e-il t V ... - raiucr in. ............ , i-, tne .tin.lersurned. .ow, t.o r. lore, lin nhin uluotv davs Irum tho hist pahli.atM.n ol this notice, y.'.u do notcms forward and pay your proper pro.rtion of the cost of sai l work, the imdor.ii; noil will claim lort. mire of all y ur liirlit tiile and interest in and to every port-on ol'sai.I niininirciaim. i:i(jn.'.!:i) tcwixxd.r,. 3.cMiI!eav;lle, Arizona, leccmber 7th, lrT8. . IKlin Cure of Eatttjsrnt KJrk. S. a'e.I proi,sals will be r.eeive.1 at the of. fi.-eol the c. unty KrcuiuVr. .Maricopa Conntr until the (ir-t Monday in .lanaarv. 1H79, tor the s tenarce. lo l-in(f and medical treatment of the ladieeiii Kick of the County of Marioor an.l lem:oryaf..resaid for the current rear Ily order of the Hoard of Snperrisors. W. V. Mi Xl LTY.CIerk. TrfaMtrpr'ti X'oSiee. XOTICE is hereby jriven that I will redeem upon presentation, at tlie office of the County i i-. v. oio , warrants on the ireiier,,! fun I i t said ro'inty. His. 4o. 50.51, ' r J ' -" '' bU, ' ths series of IC.b. and that interest will stop oa said war rants ui this date. FIIAXCIS A. SHAW, ... Treasurer. I'heonii, A. T., December 14. IrTS. 18 Inthe.lusM'e C. tirt of Phoni-c rrie-nct. in the C..iin-y of Matieopj. Territorv of Arizona. w. .. ... iv. j, inter. I- alntilT s.-.-.oi.t A t 1 .1....... - . J- I-- K. K. linker. I' aintiff - ' " 41 "-..iiii. i ue i emiory 1 ol Arizona r..i..l .,.t;.... ... t v. , , " staia.-l A. A., lanes, dlerolant. The Territory i.t A rizoTi.i r..i..l r...;.... ... , i j , . " -o. Manes ae- l.n.laiit. l ou are hereby suinn.oned to appear before meat an . nice at l'henix in th- County j o! Jlaiieooa. A. T., on the 13th day of Februarv A. !.. .e.ll, at 10 o'clock A- It , in an actia urou-nt nir.itnst you by said plaintiff to answer the cnuiphiint of the above named plaiu'.itr. -Nuol action is l.roiitrht to recover Ninety one , .'-.w i"i;.os-, noicu sum is cm-. I le.l ot amount due tr.e on individual ae. oaats a: d I'.-si-ce.t to me br Mrs, Xsavid .M jore an l Thomson Co. or lodgement will lw taken amii.et yon for iiie slid amount, tesietli, wi ll costs of tl:is suit, if v .u fail to up ear and an-wer. To the Sher.tr or anr Constable of said County. ir. e.ii !.': Jl.ike !ei;la service and due return hereof. tliven under my hand this l-'th day ol December A. I). lrO? li. IV HII.AM.S. A Justice of the Peace of said Township Leading Hotel ! OF SAX FRAXCI.SCO. And 1ip mn.it flpc-auflv arpofntpd hotel in th TviirM. ivtr Si .".i;n immi l. . hy Mr. ItaMwin in it cottrm-tit-n aud furnih in;.'. I.f.iilqnartei-i Army nnd Savy. Special .....muiu,,..,'..,!!!,, lt,r raniuits ana larjre 1'ar tic I'ric.' the mine as at other firt-cRs bo U lf. Ht t jut day. .K.-ecial contracts will be niii.ln for poriimr.ent lxanl?rs. The liote: coti'-lit- mid carrieire in waitinr t ' J"? ZTllS.T?- Mb Jt'IIX A. ltlCE, Lessee. 1- ormrrly proprietor of the Orand Pacitic, Ohi. m:i U.S. FITZGERALD & CO. "VlTrIA, Arizona. Forwarding Merchants. I'l-omnt shipments of all freigUt con, signed to our cure. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROl'EIllES VllY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, General Merchandise, Of ever- Description. Z"M'c .'.limit he I'iih-mold fur eti7t vol-2.n1 WEEKLY BULLETIN t ontains nil the Sin Fraiirrisro, .State and CiiiVSt lUMVK of tl n-Pi'lr v-l.ila it. : rTteWr c "'J T''"";;s "ecp ' - c lt.nl.-rs ai'.i .M.l of nli im.ortant crents i BALDWIN. o. i up n orm, i ue ..I m:ci I A NT. tlie MIXEK ! the .MKt I1ANIC, ami t:,.. FAI1MBK cannot nf I lor.l to he iv tIhhu it. li. Financial articles, Min- ilnrfttlH'k ll.l MllrL-.t rm..H. .. . its Agricultural Department is made an inipor- l"xn7, v,"" r''"''",ril"",n' r y;: ix Jiumths -:. Clubs it tfti or tutirt. to one ai- areas, il, l.tiirni!hfii ttte.40 itr o -py et fW gc,ttu up