Newspaper Page Text
Lincoln County Leader.
Saturday. August 13, ISS7. OOIETIBQ. K.'il I'.-K.iilii Mountain I.'xliro No. . Knlvlnntir 1'itlilua. in"'1 rvi-ry Thuriliiy inynt. ni A ii i lni k. Vl-ltlnir hnlxhn lire (l.ll.li III) IllVllnl III lltKII'l. T. W. II KM A N, C. U. II. II. llruiiKH. K . li. 4 N. I O. (I. T.- White Kflkil l.ilnr No, 4!l. Hld'tK evi ry Sill ,ir lny iilirlit. nl Town Hull, nt N ur'mk Vi-iunr l'i-"tin r isinii '1 1 y H'vIKu All I II I It I. liKKKN. C.'l. J. A. Alijo. :"-. (i. A. K.-Knirni y Tout, Ñu. I, mwrlH on III'' l.fi M i iilii nlulit "I rui-h m.'tith. nl Town Mull. IP. U. IIONM.U.. I'. C M . II. IIi.i.i.omv, Ailjt. LOCAL ROUNDUPS l.nrk HitiiH'tliiiopi mnk'H n nnmr. Hut prliitf-rti Ink m lilmk ami wnlrmn. Will irlve ti in ii it iiiM'iillur fiunr. Win n put In this iii.'ciillur (nliiiiiii. Tin; vile of Supeiintcndant Jumos, Carl'.iage. died this week. Jko. lIivNpKKsiKiT'r's accents n gaiii warbles with tlic atmosphere which limits oVr White Oaks. Tiik wite of (inn. Sicber joined her husband hero (.11 Tuesday, and they arc now housekeeping in the old (ilass residence. On Sunday last, the wife of Sam Slane presented her husband with a girl baby. The scene oí presen tation was Nogal. J)it. Ikc KNKU and wife, who have spent several months visiting old friends in Missouri, returned this week, and are again enseonsed on their ranch eastot town. Kcgistcr Shields, ot the Las Cru ces land oflice, estimates that there arc li'jddOjUUO acres of land in southern New Mexico which can be cultivated by irrigation. -e - " What is so rare as a day in ,Iune f Well, equanimity in the fat man whoso rear collar-button lias slipped down the back of his neck on a day in August. 1 - Will. HrnoKNU has bought a lot in Nogal, and designs doing his part toward extending the in 11 it ewe ot civilization to that sec tion by building a saloon edifice there. Mki.i.. RiciiAKiiso.v hpent a day in cami) this week. He has but 1 recently returned trom Kansas, whore he sold a large drive of cat tlo, receiving therefor, 13 am $16 per head, which was a good market. Tin,- now two storv brick build ing is about ready to receive it' root. It is one of the most sub staiuial structures of the charac ter, ever built in or out ot the Ter ritory, and reflects much credit on the constructor, Will. Littell. Axothkk county heard from Wednesday moiflWg, Mrs Ulm gave birth to a'gtrl baby. Wo liad thought that our duty chroni cling such events as occurring in this town was over for the season, out there's no knowing when hh thing will stop. Tiik citizens And miners of White Ooks are requested to meet nt Town Hall on this, Friday eve ning, at H o'clock, to discuss the rights of certain mining interests now threatened to be jeopardized, at which meeting, full ventilation of facts will be presented arid fair ly, openl discussed, and protection guaranteed to those in the right. Hy request of Many Citizknh. Am. over the country people are complaining of the water, and at tributing all sickness, of whatever churacter, to it's use. Tho doctors tell us there is typhoid fover in pump water, malarial poison in river water, paralyses it? ice water, nervous disease in tea and cwffec, Bright's disease in beer, delirium tremens in whisky, and poisonous adulterations in almost all manu factured drinks. Th.-n, what the deuce is there ieft for a fellow to drink, one who ain't ablo to carry a cow around in his pocket. It leaves a chap in about the dilemma the Frenchman was who went ti ger hiintirg, and the tiper went Frenchman hunting. Jle said : " zc Frenchman hunt zo tigaire ; mais ven ze tigaire hunt zc French man, zen it ees vat ytm call h 1." An organized effort is being made by some of our public spir ited citizens to establish a college in White Oaks. Tho intention, as we understand it, is to organizo an association ot stockholders, issue shares at 100 each, secure a lot, erect upon it a spacious building siiiliciently large 10 accommodate the public school and collcgo, pro cure a teacher, and tho scholars would fly hither like doyes to a prepared dove-cote. The idea is a good one, and it's proper carry ing out would reflect character upon our town, such as nothing else within our ken, could or would KAULE CUEKK. Lr.AniNt; papers of tho Territory Fay that only three Justices of the lVacc.in and tor Lincoln Co., have complied with the new law, and thus qualified themselves to further serve. Will some no who is posted, inform us the names ot the three who regarded the Uw pro tecting their sovereignty, and oblige the Lkaukk. Vi:arein receipt of a letter from Fat. Mciiraw, whom many of our old settlers will remember, and with whom we had an intimate Acquaintance before he came here. His son John, died at Ft. Worth, last December, leaving him with but a wi'e and daughter, the latter married, all of whom Uve in Leav enworth, Kansas. Fat has still a mining claim here, the Greenhorn, and if his duties as deputy sheriil ot his county, and Deputy U. S. Marshal ot the State, will permit, he proposes making a trip out here this fall, lie will be heartily greeted by all who knew him when the original boom struck White Oaks. We learn that money with which to support a public school in White Oaks, the balance of this fiscal year, is not available, the appro priation having been exhausted. It this be so, the situation is ca lamitous and should excite such in terest on tho part of our people as would remedy the evil. The husband who murders Ins wito appeared in three States this week. It has been a long time since the wife who murders her husband has had her innings, and she should go to bat pretty soon to equalize the score. m 9 m A machine that will sew on 3000 buttons a day has been invented. Hut it doesn't wear gaiters and is not so pleasant to flirt with as the previous kind o- a Mrs. Mary Casey of Ohio, wid ow of John Casey, a Revolution ary soldier, is about to get a 0,- 000 pension from the government There will then be two Revolution ary widows on the pension rolls, the other being Mrs. Abagail Til ton, ot Ts'cw Hampshire. Knoi.and continues sending her paupers over here, and the U. S. reciprocates bv sending to Canada well tw do bank presidents and oth er thieves. It's hard to tell which po "T has the best of it. It, must produce a cool and even a pleasant sensation when General Ihitler and Carl Scliurz remember that it was only a tew months ago that they fell down on the ice, it they did bivak their legs. The lack ot rain is severely felt in Kentucky. The corn has not been watered enough to make good whisky. Dkak Ma.iok: If you tan over find timo to take u lay-off, you should bv all means, come down and go n lish Lig along with the crowds that aro daily coming here trom all parts of tho emmtry While Oaks. Lin coln, 'Kl l'aso, Las Cruces to breathe our mountain air, and sport, among the speckled beauties, for which Eagle Creek and Ruido so aro famous. Gome, yes, come?, and visit the country, where "the continual singing of the birds, the blooming of the flowers, and the voice ot the turtle is heard in the land.' It is with pardonable prido when we say this is one of the finest Miminer resorts on earth, and in view of this, and more too, a ho tel and watering place should be the next thing in order. The Lincoln County Alliance has come and gone. It lasted two days, in which our nuutto, "Jn things essential, unity, and in all things, charity," was never more fully exemplified. The order is steadily increasing in numbers and oro hong will be a uower in the land. Wo tire glad to know that the Lkaukk, true to the eternal principio ot justice to all, is giving us it's hearty support. Although it's editor perchance, may not be a member, it is to bo hoped he will from time to time, give us advice that will bring success, and at the same time point, out dangers to be averted. In the co uncil ot many there is wisdom. It is reported that the Indians are becoming dissatisfied with their local government, and that they are roaming about fully armed, killing young cattle belonging to neighboring ranchmen, and running their stock here and there as best suits their devehsh purpose. It these things aro allowed to go un checked, serious trouble is sure to follow. "While on the Indian sub ject, the question very properly suggests itself : w hat in the name ot Julius Ca sar are they kept hero in these mountains for, anyhow Eaolkts. Wk have now a full stock of Mining Location Notices, not only of Copps form, but from Copps' press. Frice, 10 cf nts each, or 3 for n qunrter. New Mexic steers keep in fair demand lor maturing purpose. This week, the El Capitán Land and Cattle company, of lincoln County, sold l.3oo one and two-year-olds at S2 and per head, delivered at Coolidge, Kansas. Stockgroswr. A Hakciain A halt intere-t in tlic ownership of the Milliard Hall building, billiard table, bar and fixtures, for sale cheap. It now commands a good ront. 4'!. M. H. Rki.i.omv. Xoi i t: O ir nt y W a i;r a nts. I am authorized to oiler 67 per cent upon the face value ot Lincoln County Warrants. W. S. Ryan, Ciiicauo siding and ceilii g, sash doors, blinds, iVc, nt low down prices, at the lumber yard of El) R. 1ÍONN1.IX. WT.i.r. I'apkk, all shades and styles, a large stock just received ml tor sale by 30-tf. En- Ti. BoNNKi.i.. ADVERTISERS Can learn tho exact cost f any proposed line of Advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Row km. & Go's Newspa per Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., New York. Send 10 cts. for 175 page Pamph let. Oscar Dykk and family, will ar rive here early next week. When ie comes, Brothers will g, and tho hotel will bo run bv the Dyer family. Wk regret that the well written etter from Lincoln did not reach us in time for this issue. It will appear next week. , ('ait. Gali.ai.hkk writes that he will be here tins, Saturday morning. RUINED UY THE WTAR. In the suburbs ot Calera, Ala., 1 fwund a white man sitting by the roadside. He was dusty, ragged, long-haired and down hearted, and the dog ho had with him looked oven worse. "Are you farming around here, sir?" I asked as I sat down near him. " No, sir ; my farming days are over," ho replied. "I didn't know but you had some crops in Í" "No, sir. Haven't raised a crop ot anything but rags since 18(10." " Yom work at something else ?" " No, sir." " You live about here ("' " Well, I sort ot exist, 1 sup pose. " Good country, isn't it !" " l'oores on earth." "Good people?" " Worst lot I over saw." " Isn't there a good show to get along r " No show at all." " Yu are the most discouraged man I've met in the Suite. W:hat seems to be your trouble, anyhow What's the bad luck which has fol lowed you ?" "Look hero stranger," ho ans wered, as he squared himself around, " when tho war opened, I owned half a niggah. That durned Lincoln Government came down hero and run him off, and the Jeft Dnvis Government stood mo up for three years to bo shot at. When tho war closed 111 y halt ot the niggah was in Ohio, I had two Yankee bullets in my body, and I ouldn't accustom myself to the new order of things I can't yet. I'm trying to, but it's no use, and me'n tho old dog havo set out for Mexico to die. Good bye, stranger My half of the niggah was worth $400, and I can't get ovor it never can, and shan't try to." 2TIXIXG COXTRA CTOIiS. This firm 1ms ticen cnijiiirou' in tin; busi ni'ss liiUM'iili'il tor veins 111 tins vicinity nnil cnnlUlriitly ri t'er to any of the lnnny tiiey lmve served us to CAPACITY. ANl RELIABILITY C'oulracts for wink liiken m.y wlicre i Lincoln County, ami bonds itiven for th faithful performance of the same. frlllicu and Post Ollice address, Whitic Oak. , W. II. WEED GENERAL MERCHANT. Having purchased his goods fur Cash, in a low market, ho is no dter than ever prepared t satti ty ciistomers,and will si II at Lower Prices, than) goods ever before coinmandeifiu Lincoln C'utity. His stock embraces Hardware, Dry ueensware. Groceries, Goods, Trimmings, Clothing, Boots, Shoes And Motions of all Kinds jf AND 1M DON CARLOS This fino Saddle and Harness Stallion will stand at NOGAL, N. M., for the ensuing season, lerms made known upon application. DON CARLOS marks all his colts with his form disposition i.ud gait. J.E. SLIGIL Everything tlie .Harket Allmds Smtd in fine tyie. tucttra O ft 01 A. Wagner, Prop. White Oaks Ave., Opposite to W hi tern an's. Regular Dinner 35c, from 12 in. to 2 p. in. A 1.1. Kinds ok Chuman Lttnciio GROCERIES, " " VEGETARLES, FRDIT, CANNED GOODS.' The subscril er has opened a place ot business for tho sale of the above goods, in the building ou White Oaks Avenue, nearly opposite Weed's store, and res pectfully solicits a share of public ronage. JOHN A. P.ROWN. A :tec inte of IM It .- 1lllnn A collection of hn moron a. path'ttc ttnd thrilling narrative oí tho wur. cmbrucinu rem-ioloi-ences of blvoiiHC aixl battlotMd. I.I re of Oennrul U. H. iitnnt. JfttM. Poem. ly John i. AVhltt-tor. Ontr choap íHtion dhoulfl be in evorv houwnM. lütn. Foe ma, by Hon ry V. l,unirfc)low. finest Collection of poe nB by this ninter. (.. I'nemv, by Alfred Tcmtvon. Contains the I finest comnoBitlonn of i'out 11 reato. Parlr AniHifmffiit. A Puro rnllortlon nf AUln CharuiK's. I'urlor UmmiM, Khmlow I mi to mines, (ame, etf., for aortal wit In' non. í"ns. Mnniiul of FlorlvuK 11 re. Tmchrt 1; w to propoxate all rtilWeut phirit-. to cure rtivt!e, enultrntu limt'ct putn, tc. tllnn Otilan to ee11o In ork. Knit Unit: nnl H'l-oclmt. (ituiiilnii lt Inll kinds .Vcoiliowork.Ktn- hnmlery. ldir Kmttintr, 1 aitine. 1 rooriot una aoi Work. Mi. rnmoiu IfntortlTC iMIoflf. A CoMnction of thrllltnir niirnutve of Im- tffttvti f ximrltinri. nniny if UnMii writtun bv a.-ti::il inAiniKTS of thi pro-fi?tiion. i mtkee iVIt and Humor, IT it mo mus hlori(B. pkoK'hes. pociub liui't pHri'tfruphH. trlu. j rip luiiuwini are iiuvels. THAT GREAT HOME MONTHCr HOUSEKEEPER 1 0YC rrAafEEZr-- Pond iw ?1 fm unfl f rynM for iwitrurp on brwdrB, nrt w will d urn TIIK liomtKÉlirt (roKiilnr iiibiicrlptlon " f I.U1J li-T VVKrl Hint LIim éAt hr,iii.. HfHIiprt h.lriw iin.inatd liv iniiil. Th hciokn uro f)Pr toounrt but woll uj-lnlpd. irnil ivniilcl nwt fl.m b.Hlli.f In (Mil. Tirff HH'fl K HHI'HI UUrerj.jM.li.v l.ll.ablMrfUlutlnn.anü It worth any. i..v' ..llnr. ' " 'Pi Din Mrst AO wnn ontor. nam I no nl pnper. we will Mnil IM ' 'Ciiiiilr-nmklnx Kt llomu," trlc iSl hiiu. AS mn US m 1 l h My -it ery mt Itlwlevrooil Ortige. Novfit, Jíy Mr. MAY Aisp.n KLCMINO. '1 he Evil U.'tilu. A Novfil. By M T. ("il.DO-l fttory of n Mtorm. Bv JaK(J. Al'HTlN. Outnrrbr e. A Novel. Bv Cl.AKA Al'lírf.TA Airntlia's I.Utary. hy M a no A nit r Hi.ui'NT. U f ib tilli. My llt'till I'uNWAT. Murwlek Furm AIyiei y. By Wll.iWBCoL- MNH, I.Ht of t H Knthrvni. fiy Mlxn Mri.orK. INim. A UnMtl Ilft.i't. liv Author of "Dora TlioriiH.' lIotMiiMn Aclveoiire of m Mllknnld. Bf Til. (M Art )! MUV, a - .tl the ITolldnya. Hy MABY CT.CM. HAY, m fhm Heir It Athtey. II T Mia. ULNKV WOü. Wlmor Mrn.1 Hv VlI.K !('!. I. INH. Mori- l.titf r tbun leuth. Br Ibu Autltor ot ")or i Thfrn".' run-lMim1- Clft. Ty Itt'iiH Conwat. 'I'ho Fiit hI l.lliea. Tty aHthitrof "Dora Ttiorp .'' NliHtlww on lUe 'i hreaaeld. lly MiltV CJCCtU II AY. The Cnrae f Crw. Bf author of "Dor Thornff. Thi lint eh ford Reo, newt. By IlroH Con WAT. (Jiiefn Amonf Womu. By author oí "Uvra Thome." Tb Fnti-I MnrrlnvA. By Misa M W. BnA'.inov, A Iftrldice nt ln e. liy nuh"r oí "Doralbora.N Koir Lodirf. Kv Mr-. Ifr.iiT W0011. A. Iulve erlme. lly "1 UK Dl'iMcgfi." Invlfilrw It author of "Dora Thnme.' Knlaht-hrldtfu Atyatery. By CiiAi'.l.Ca Ubaiik '.'" WfiliicU itnri PartvtK By author of "Don Thnni." A rHnNfillnntpr. By Anjjtk Thomas, ill ta. A l ule r Htn. By Mm. IImniiy Whoii. Amotiit l- o Kalna. By Ma it y CttCiL UAT. Jlhii. P. f. For f(.40ire will upml 5ctppi of TTorRK8RPitR one ypar, anrtfti-cta of 40 hook as HhoYo. Wp nUo have a No. J Hut of 40 books an ahora, rnit all illtrcront. Two frlondB ran mihacribo, one ortlprlng No. 1 lint and the othr Xo. 2 Hot, and by exchanulur each have the reading of both. If you doubt our responsibility wrlto boforo order! ntr to the publUhers of tills paper. Bpmen copteB of ilui'HKKEKl'KU froe. Send nmnev to UCCJaCYK FIB. CO., Minneapolis, ftHaaw BOOKS, THREE CENTS EACH. n míS f"'lowln bwV aro publlíhed la noM pamphlet form, many of ttara handnom.lr lllu.lr.ted. and all ra htj ?,!. typ ,ul'u,n ""V1 TKr- ""'" I'" and aea If jou lo Dot nl tl,.r.m that JoS would like topoaaoau. In olotl bouad form Ui.aa booka would eoatll.OOaaob. Katli book la eomiiUta in laUu 7 Ed.Rcgan, 31 uson Sr lilla stoxi Ciattax. SOCOUUO, M. M. All kinils (if Muffin Work fontrucii'il for.. llel il Miirlilf unit (irunlti' 31 oiiiiniriilK prnnitly ami ulu'itply furiilxlicil. ;f,l II AVE YOUJl Job PrihtiiíQ -Di IX E AT- T!1K LEADER OFFICE IM-I 'o r.irr, W thn'o ht wit- Ca S i.,nii)4C( poitlnnil, l'Hin',lllnr to ft.f, f'u II intfHir.nuitn iilnnl wi.rk w'n, h iltev run do. ttnij li.vi lifm,tluii utili t ,y iliani from V '.,tvT u.'-. jjiw I, 10 í..i,i.,... i..U-, -Kr ....nt.r,. -NU i'nj mil - te', v,,u ' t -ir'i i fi. itv 'li- ' '.-i hí uuva U ..U.Mul.ty tuiguf .-.; liiUv fwiU.-,.1. Alii Uvw. ftl.ir.eB of pruon IU, ot Hie rat (If nrli. of Mr. Lincoln, mt- l he lalFe urUenernl I!. K. OrnnU Uy W. Ju 1'rTtu. With nitn.lt ani rtd.er 111 ul ration. I'vrlHIL br JnhB ti. Whlitlnn. TKa Aril bv aliaati Arl ié lAti pulllMhud-adDul.t U ,( y,,, ..MMftioltt. Itlutruti. Povaaa. by Ueary W. I-iHif- Ho w. Nu out, cau .fford to to Wltlnxat tlim lllin nil turn. JUuttratfd. f llie !hiiL i-miHilltina oí ll.e mrnuX Pot Unrli. J'arlOr AaUU-JIIIUtaa. A larira CDllnrOiirl nl llina nh. ral, farl.ir bratiiKH, Nlia.iow faiitomimaii, Üani, l'ntdra, le., tor aorlal itHlliBrliWf. iiulillo and orlv&tai r.i.i.n.iiwn.n:a luí cvMiiiiRH at dome. JUuHrated. Manual of KloHoah--!. t...km tv.. w.. .1.. . acaula luiiftittfr.-,... -"-... w, v;:::" '.:,: r rt.; iMrt pcata. ilvaa dirocttmu for makm iuii(nl flni ni other .ltrpa, f(.r whutnw nanifrilou, tr. Illutrttd. U 111 litt to Npi-illcwiirk. IÁ Bllllaaaw mmA Í !... H.n. taliiliiit 'I'tn ami (ill e. in. 11 for all klinUol Canrj N Pr'tlHWork . Artlitlc Km-hmLlt-ry, l,'t Wirk, -tolltlui, Tatllug, Ctocht and Ki Work. tUurtrat'd. rmivfH ol Ot irrtivA oiiriouce, uiaujr of tlicm writtau j auiual t anL Wit anil fluiaar. A collection "f hnmorona tloiltw.akrtrlH t.ihiumaiKl m rra.la, by tU lailu (uunf OfU of tlm Aliiilin ym. i UuétrUr.t. The tytrw mt lilackwoed tirante. A KowL Dy Íbe Fvll (.f-nlun. A NoH. By M. T. Paldob. he Htoi-y cfa Htanu. A NovhI, lly Mra. JammO. Antrtw. Tf- We wlU miiflanv Ont fth Sea. A Vowi. Br Cf áA Avsurra. Aamtha'ft UUtory. A Novl. hf Uxmakumr Bi ni -iT. The afarwb ti Farm Myatery. A huvtl. l(j Wilris C-Jl LIMft. iltuitrttHt. The fMtaf theUnUiTeaa. A NotU By Ulu Mui.st-a. A Oead llearia A flawl. Br Author 0 Dor. T-mriia." Ont Ttate Ucptha. A Moval. nj Ilr.n C.wt. The lton.aat. AdTeaturea of a AtllkmHld. A Nuval. Br TatOMaa llaluT, In the llollilaya. A Koval. By Mbt Cam Har. I'ha HcU- to Ashley. A Noval. Hy Uri. Hinrt Wonn. MIm or Mn.1 A KotI. My Waim Collie. Ilii$h ;tA. A MuvsiatM, lly Mra. Hbkhi Wuvi. Amona the , Heno Laxla , Y ílc,'nl''n! íorftOCVniai thesntlr lat (W books) for TA Oats t thesnUrs lialuutnuJ In boeols with cloth bftra.furtl.il. Those are the eheapast bnoki ever publlnhed and Kuamntesil worth throe tltnn Hi trtniiny futuwi for thtMii. wujltctum fiuiranO'M or tnowy refunáfé. PotUx stamps ukfo for fraotmns of a Uullai. AO to our reliuoiUiy. we n f. r toauy Ovwitpapr published lu Mew York, Itkttwlae U the tlommtroiai Aa nrlan. R if i ftf I Tk I tTaff Ar 1 To evnr ne ftMid I na for the retire rt of booksanalMive, ws wlUaend, wlthmH vywwawa waii esirn cnarK. aiiuar sixty cents' worth or the Imirlsl 1'lnnrd l'upi-r f-attri-iie, U)0e -.-lertui by youiaelf froni aeauloKue winch will be sent you. or The Peoi-lc's IttMBaa J o 11 m 4 I, a is ma 10 pavr. 4 . Addreas all Wwart' ustrated Uurarr pajtrjfor one Tsr. A II nravr flllnd hv rouirn mail. rauwnr. mm, tt rmr ah, nmw York. pure whisky. Billiard Hall. WHITE OAKS. NEW MEXICO Tin1 suliscrüicr luis rniriisn'd in (tic roliii Whisky business, muí wi! ! cxclusi vi-ly o. tin- pun' urlirlcns miiniifacluretl for, and sli i pp I" h 1 nt liy tho EAiiLE DISTÍLLÍXCÍ ro , re. y., tlil'li wl.irli 1 1 a . -1 is i -i,, or .'nu, I;. !1 wlui 1 v T V T iiitrf h't limi'l i ii' iii- kv Mr" 1 in. itnliu'ciiiciil In lll'l I Si ll Tl'MIC llHllT. I try i' n:r-i'.". S !i- 1'i'iiii "ii lute ):iks A jnsl oí I Mi- li isi I (lilli'i:. All un ci.nl, ully ' .i'.t' il tu iíi ' P in. W. ,i. LITTICf.l.. CTD-S. SCIZHT231TS, Prop. a Tliis old and popular reaort lia bei'ii thoroni'ldv overhauled, reno vated, carpeted, a new billiard ta ble introduced, and large invoieeri of tho Very Best Liprs & (Mrs Ordered and reeeived. All visitors will be nnurteously treated. \n\n ,...N. M "tiro anil dlrcrttona fftr r.tlielli-,.u.l llirmiujt Harr.tivi;i..Ilthowr,.larl. orblVitn.r itn.l bmllle n.ld, niftrrli anil plrkcl, a.ntnr. of .caul, .nd .'l.-., ramón lf reellve Ntnrlea. A coUrrtlnn nrthr1tllna mr- 1 é. fu' Dwr ulm venta, a hovl By lb autUyt of ; Oí TTtrn.M v mmftiM'S Vlrfc A MOrtl, ny nvmu omrWiT. IU'4. Th Fntnl Ltllen. A Noval. By iuihorof" IWft Dim A Shadow on the ThrtwhoM. A Noval, by Mtir Ü. Hr. Th Cyra of ( arrw. A Noval. Br authvr nt "DnraThai n, The HlntehAird Aegneaa. A Noval. Uf Uvuu Comwai. Muitrtíéd. A Qweea A wobatsí Wnanea. A HovaJ. By a-ith-u- of Irii ihorna." The rntnl Vnrrlace. A Noval. By HIh M. R. Baaoaos. A TnteofNU. A Noval, üj Mrs. Haaf Wnon. A Brldnenf lav. A Noval. Uj tnlhor of "pur. Thorna. A Pnsalve Crime. A Noval, Bv " Tm nvcuitt." lnarb-dvw Huuae. A Ni.val. By aathor uí" IK. ra 'Ihorn." The Knla-hUbrldae Mystery. A MuvaL llj Chablw Bnai-S. ILtuttratéii. WrdJrd and Parted. A Haw. Byanthortf "DoraTbarna A work the Huitín. A Kval. Br Mrv Caen. Hat, lU 4. V tnilrt( f há altiva Knnlra hvmall nnaf.nalrt ntwua .ní. ftn l i a. . (if l "1 Illlllr l it piirtnkci! BIMir !'.l!l'