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mUCHS TI WEEK
coxicmNa'sr.viTUTo ins i-'iiinsns
Whatever else may bo said nt Senator
Conkllng, it is certainly to his credit
that he can nover bo nectised of desert
ing Ills friends. This trait In his rhninc-
tor was strikingly cvcinpllncil last Sat
urday night nt an Interview
between himself and hU sup
porters, at his rooms in New York
Conkllng announced personally hu pre
ferred to retire- to private- life than
cuter upon the duties of .Senator, lie
had his Statts to test ids abilities for
many years, and ho was ready now to i
step down and allow come other man to
taku his place, lint notw.thtiud-i
hl personal feelings in tint matter lie
felt it was due his friends to lak.i their !
advice In a pietlon of so great import
mice, and lie was ready to suci-ilice his '
personal Icollngs to their demands. He
wanted it distinctly undents id, how
ever, in eau of his again hecowlng a '
candidate for Seifator that Mr. I'latt
mnit be united with him. He will be n
party to no arrangement by which he
should bo returned to the Senate ami I
I'latt sacrificed. The cause of the young-;
rr Senator was his own, and the t wo must
stand or fall together. 11 u would coun
tenance no combination which .should 1
send to Washington as his colleague
any other gentleman than the one who
acted with him in demanding that the i
Stato should be respected by the
This puts an end to the talk about send-t
ing Conkllng back to tiio Senate, bit
shelving I'latt. Conkllng will stand
by his eolloigue and will refuse to tic
rept a re-election unless I'latt Is sent
back witli him.
variety ol White and Colored Mull, Whlto and T
Colors. New line of Rummer Silks at Ille and
Hundreds of pretty Into novelties Jut opened with our new
slock, Including Silk Lap Roues, "Portego" Parasols, New
Suriah Silks In Hlaek Satin Mervelcaii", and a beaiitful
Fluted Swiss and Organdies, Embroidered In Whlto and In
50c a yard.
LADIES' SILK SUITS AT 8K.OO.
Handsome (llnghani .Milts t -M worth SA.mi; French embroidered Mull '1 les at 'Joe, worth 60o.
IIANJ3SOMI2 LAAVN SUITS
Handsome' variety of Ladled OentlenianVs and Children's Hosiery ,inlSllk.Ltslu Thread and Cotton :Largo Variety ol
,1 PANESE PARASOLS,
Also .Japanese Lanterns in great variety, for decorntir.g purposes.
We. have hundred' of other pretty novelties and superb bargains In
Everv Department to show those people of Holt county
!... Vnrin- ii4 wild n i'm II Montlon this nailer when von call.
no.i mill JiOl-2 FELIX STltEET, ST. JOSEPH, MO,
CHAMBERS. MW & CI.
LAP OF LUXURY
HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON'S
Don't Take Our Word for It,
The more that .Judge Robertson's
t olltical record is examined into the
more plain it appears that the Repuh
lleaiis of New York are justified In their
indignation at his nomination. Ho has
never acfd with the Uepublican party
except witli tho prospect of personal
gain. He ha bolted his party nom
inations three times, and has repeatedly
accepted a nomination upon an hide
penuent tteKct alter lalling to secure
Republican Indorsement. Ho support
ed the Democratic National ticket; in
187U, and before tho Chicago con
vention repeatedly announced his In
tention to support It again In ease
f Srant was nominated. Ho represents a
Democratic district in the Stato Senate
of New York, and is tolerated by the
Itopnbllcuns of that distrlt because no
pther Republican could be elected there.
Judge Robertson secures his election
every year by tho aid of the New York
Central Railroad, which employs .sev
eral thousand hnnils, mostly Democrats,,
in his county, and compels them to vote
for 1dm as tho attorney of that cov
poration in tho State Senate. He se
cures his election as dolegato to State
and National conventions bv tlio votes
ot theso same Democrats nt tho Repub
lican primaries. By the aid of rail mad
influence- he Is. a miniature- "Boss."
But eonio and see. A large and
well (-elected stock bought for Cash
to lie sold at prices that will talk
Dry Goods, Notions,
Hats and Caps,
Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
We aro Agents for tho Celebrated
CHAMPION REAPER AND MOWER
Space forbids even even an attempt at what wo carry.
But we have tho
good; overt-thing yon wnuy t prices that speak for themselves
1 1 in exeliamro for "ou'ds at maWet prices.
HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON. Oregon, Mo.
The Soribner'.s Monthly will undergo
a change In name early hi the fall. Then
the magazine will bo known as Thu
Century, with tho prenonl title contin
ued ono yei.r as a siib-iltlo. Hereafter
the publication will he In the hands of
those who have eontrlbutoi to Its past
success. Dr. Holland remains as editor-
in-chief of tho monthly, and Mr. Ros-
well Smith continues ns business man-
iger. Tho principal tltlo of St. Nicholas
undergoes no change. The name of tho
new corporation will be the "Century
Co.," which will endeavor to retain the
popularity of the Serllmer, and aim to
make the now Century more worthy the '
patronage of agenvroiis public.
Wc have received from Oliver Ditsou
& Co., the well known nnisle publish
ers of Boston, Mass , a package of nice
sheet music, which is a fair specimen of
the "ono song and one piano piece per
day" which they are in the habit of
bringing out. The statement that about
twenty-live printing presses of various
kinds ate, eoi'stantly employed In print
ing their music, gives soino idea of the
extent to which thu circulation of this
class of litcraturo lias attained. Wo llnd
In the bundle a song and i horii", "For
gotten Dreams" (40 cts.), with an clo
gant tltlo; "My only Lovu'' (:I0 cts.) a
line song by Kulie; and "In Summer
Tlmo" (.'10 cts.), an English ballad bv
the author of Twickenham Foiry."
Thcro Is also a charming llttlo piano
piece, "Birthday Waltz," with a pic
ture title; "DesiM-ter'.s March" (MS cts.),
arranged from Gretry; and tho "Mes
senger Boy (Jalop" (30 ets.), by Pao
licchl. There comes also a copy of the
weokly Musical Record, a paper winch
describes new music as it nmiears.
gives all the nmsh nl news, etc., and
costs 62.00 per year.
Godoy's Lady's Book for Juno com-
mlstfollany Is largo, and embraces a
great variety of subjects replete with
entertainment and embodying much
useful Information. The number con
tains IL'8 ipiarto pages and moru than
100 engraving. Tho prlco of a single
copy Is only aft cents; yearly subscrip
tion, $:l. Address Prank Leslie's Pub
lishing House, ftll, ftft and 67 Park Plnco(
What to choose for a .dress and when
to wear it after it is mado seoms to be
the gist of information on dress given
In tho dune number of the Domestic
Monthly., Tho most noticeable chapters
are those which relato to special
forms ot dress, such ns Garden party
suits with hats, paraols, gloves, hats,
etc., to match; Steamer dresses and
clonks, and travelling outfits, Thu
most Interesting articles to many aro
those which descrlbu as well Illustrate
clilltlretr.s fashions, luciiiiiing tuu new
Mother Hubbard cloaks and dresses,
ami tho hats, shoes, and old-fashioned
mittens which little girls wear with
Mother Hubbard dresses.
A special chapter Is given in this
numth'r) magazine to tho airy, lace-
trimiucil gowns wiiieii lames win wear
in mid-summer; and unusual space is
also given to Millinery for the city,
country, watering place and sea shore.
1, atlies will also lliul ' l res 1 1 Hints con
cerning shoes, gloves, tuitions, hosiery,
lflces, and paras-jls. Suggestions on
the varieties of art work appropriate
to summer finish tlw list of nrliclcs.
which cannot fall to bt of .service to la
Tho Domestic Monthly is published
by Blake & Co.,, corner Broadway and
fourteenth street, New York at $l.'0
per year, inclusive-of pattern premium.
Single copies 12 cents.
J. T. Thatcher
of Oregon, Mo has a sure cure Ur .fe
'. ' ..VI ... IV-...... ...I. ..I I.. Il.lfll
money refunded. Sent by tnnll on ro
Commissioner Lo Due's pet projret
of American tea culture receives en
couragement from Sontji .Cnrjillna.
JlemyA. Muldleton, who dives nbot
MISERY IS THE LOSS OF
A I.rrlure on the Nntnre, Trentmrnt
t-ncc Hint fioin Ills experience th.it tho awful'
bio l-t'clnr.1, dourly proves f rum Ills mn etpcri-The-
wiirlil IImkiimiimI Aiitlmr, In tills niliidra
mid llnillmt enroot Vcinliml Weiilciii-iS.or 8ocr-
imitnrnx'ii, tiulnccd by .Vtf-Ahiiw, Involuntary
elpt of price. Ono ounce bottle, file; twenty miles from Charleston, has.leas
two ounce bottle. $1.25. jod lo'tho Commissioner a tract of lwj
1 hundifd acres onjils estate for twenty'
A ftrpnf fiailRP nf Tillman years "In consideration of mo itol.ar.
mm w.vwv wwffctw. w mm mmmmww mm . ...,, . , . . . . ,
Appropnaio umniiiigs ior currying "jii
thu oporltiiunt will bo constructed, aiijl
John Jiudtsui'i, who has been engaged,
in tea eiiltuio in India for sixteen years,
will have charge of tho plantation.
About 17,ft00 plants will' hu set this
spring, nnd tho Commissioner thinks
that in tlireo years ho will have as flno
n crop of toa as was ever raised in tiip
It Is reported tnat Mrs. Patty Ward
of Maryland, who is dying of cancer,
has confessed that she and her recently
deceased son wcro tho murderers of a
Mr. Dougherty in 1861?. Two negrow
were executed for tho erlmo In 18G3,thn
evidence being omy eircumstnntlal, and
they both protested their Innoccneo to
the last. The opponents of capital pun
ishment will make tho most of these
sad facts, hut the lo sou Is not so much
t1ilf rinnrrimr la ti'l'.ilur llllf fliflf cll-ll.lni
Wo have a. speedy ....., ,
and positive Cure, for Catarrh Dipl.. 1 ''"" "'" l""'1" '"
htlierla, Canker mouth nnd Head Ache. I evidence 1 ho ensu Is of special Inter
in shlloh's Catarrh Remedy A nasal i est at this time, as tho Talbott boys aro
Injector sen with each bottlo. Uso it if to be hanged In nfow weeks, on purely
Ncirous Ilcliltltr. unil
liurnllnKMits lo Mnrrfiigi; ceiiemlly t consump
tion, Kplliy, nil Kits j Mt'iitnl nmt I'livscal
IiiLiii.tclty f tr liy ltnlicrt .1. Ciitvi-rwell, M I),
nutlior ot tlio "(Iri-en Hook," etc
e iiieiiiciu-s of 8i'ir-Aliiiu limy lie cfTefliinlly
ri'inoveii niiiiinii oiiiivi'rouioiipriiiion., ooiiirii
Uislriitiii-iiK. rimd or rimiinis
: ixilntliiir out n
mihIi nf pun) nt niiro f-rlnhi unit I'fff-ettiiil. kv
wtili-li I'vrry sHlIerer. no innltrr wlml Ills i-on-illllon
iniiv in1, limy cure tilmsclf rlieniily, irl
vuti'lyaiiiliiKUcauy. tpr- Vrl ((Tliirr if III iioren Jm li)thiiwnuiln
Sent under xenl In a plain I'tivetope, to nny
sildmss. on riH-etnt of six rents or two imhIiiuc
stanii. Wc hnve iIhi mini riiro fur
fdo ivnrm. -Aililn-ss
Tin: i)i.vi.nw:i,r, meiicai. to,,
It Ann Ntrt New York
rtiom'ic iiox -I3HU.
you (lesirr Iiealtli
Price AO cts. Sold
T. S. Hliulei;
CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA.
Is a plant, native to tho Sierra. It
citrus I It cures! I Only fto cents.
Try It ot King Prom),. Oro?on ; I'rsneo
& Co,. Forest City,
Notice Is licri'liy ulvi-ii that tlio Hoard of Kdii
citlnn of tlio City in Oregon will ri'i-i'lvo uppll
rations until. Iiino 4tli Issl. for a I'rliirlpnl ami
four as.l-lnnt Irarhrrs In tin: I'lililli' Srlumls for
tlieoiisnliiK Sear mid a toarliclirr for tin Col
oiril Sclioiils. Srliool to lirislll Hrptcmlirr
imt. Ily order of Ilic llonrd,
W.ll. DAVIS. Srrretary.
The Best Thing Vet
Tlic KltclitmrK Arouitlc Trlrfone Co'
New Mi'tullcTrlrfimu. Sriul for ('Iron-
ntcnburg acouiiio xoioiono vs.
lloiS,(lid City, l'llrliiirK, .Muss.
Mletori' a man Until power to say, llrliold t
Tin Jaws of darkness have devoured It up.
Mrs. Partington says sho IiaB Mr. ted
nnd hunted, and caiiHllnd out who Bald,
"That Hutu crushed to earth shall riao
CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA.
Trylt when all other roinedlo8 fall and
get relief. Buy It of King & Proud, Ore
gon ; Franco & Co., Forest City.
Farm for Sale.
I will sell my farm t 1-1 miles north
ot New Point, containing some '2M acres)
lftO acres in cultivation and glass; iv
young orchard of somo 100 bearing
trees. There aro three wells, one cis
tern, nnd running water, with plenty of
timber for lire wood. A good dwelling
with llvo rooms. For toi ins apply to
Admin itstvator's Notice.
tellers of Administration on the estate of
William. Stijwnrt, ili'i-rascil. wrrv crantrd Ihu
iimlrnlKiit'd, May istli, issl, liy lh I'w
lialo Court ol HuK rounty, Mo.
All prrsniis having i-lalim aiinlnst sjild ostali
an1 ri'iiilrrd to i-hlMl tlu-m for altowanru to
llii'iiilmliilstralur wltUIn one car utter I .oilalo
of said li-ltrrs, ov t ln-y may-lie privlndi'il from
anv ln-rllt ol s.itd italr, ami It sn.-li claims lio
nut ililli1liil w 1 1 1 1 1 1 IwiiM-ars from tin dalu
I of said h lt"-rs llioy lll In- fnri'Vi-r liairnl.
lH.NM-;rr kiwi, runne AiuniuiMruor.
A Paris eorrcsiondont s-mLs the fol
lowing account of the latest scientific
sensation: "A remarkably interesting
experiment has just been made nt Ca
lais and Dover, between which eities
conversation has been kept up vim roce
by means ot a new kind of a telephone
winch has been patented under the
name of Electrophone. Not only wcro
words whispered into tho apparatus at
Calias distinctly hoard nt Dover, and of
course vice, rerun, but tlio listener atone
cud was perfectly well able to distin
guish by more tones of voice, tho per
son who was speaking at tlio other cud.
It should bo observed that while tho hu
man voice was being transmitted
through ono of tho wires, tho oth
er wires waro bcins employed for tho
transmission of tclcjirnpliic messages.
Moreover, tlio experiments were con
ducted between tho hours of ten and
four; that is, in tho enrllct part of tho
day. when the wires are In ceaseless
requisition. The voice of the speaker
was distinctly heard as soon as the
wires were joined to the apparatus, and
conversations worn carried on without
interruption in tho presence of compe
tent specialists. Experiments witli the
samu apparatus wcro then continued
.with tho same results, cud in tlio midst
of tlio confusion produced by thu sini
.ultnneous working of tlio several ma
chines at tho London terminal station
.tho voice of tho speaKor was ncaru ns
plainly as though ho had been in the
same room. There can no longer be
.any doubt that it Is porfectly practica
ble to converse across, or rather under,
tho sea, by means of any sub-mariuo
eablo. Tho Inventor maintains that It
is just as easy to talk across the Allan
tic as from ono room to another.
The isreat throni! of purchasers who
have rrmvdi-il our elahllsli(iiviit dur
the past lo wef l;s cave in nmreto ilo
Hum we roiild well mainme. Wo hae
Hie f-atlsfai'lliin. however. of knowlm;
t'.at all wen; prHtnpllv nttt'lnteil lo.aml
nppreelated tutlie tnllcxU'lil tliequaN
II v ami dimensions nf our Sprlni- (Ipi-n-IriK.
We will simply stale In ou that
our line nf Sprint Novelties aro mi-Mirpa-sed
In licit county. Call ami
see Hie must roinplrlii Mock of
hoots, . .... ,siioi:s,
HATS ASM) CAl'S,
HATS ANI CAPS.
and Keaeral Merrliamlse . lie found
In ll-lt 'nnuly.
WELTY BROS. & CO., Moid City.
Tu n lionnlirnl 1,1. w. I- u-iil. t'i- In fnriilinnil. liiml unklus white. II! bands
plotes the One hundred and Second good head ami neck. Broad shoulders, great depth of heart, wo'l shaped body,
volume, tt opens with a beautiful steel fhort back, with broad strong hips, witli most excellent legs, ami ieet; iieavy
plato illustration of Sir Kenneth and t mauo and tail. Kind disposition and lino action. Weight lu fair eonUition,
Sidadln, from Sir Walter Scott's "Tails-1 1'0UU W JB,H" S,in 4 plirr
man ; contains the usual rich array j MAI(,nS ,,v tho nS MaSnl 2,1 was imported by Thompson
of I-a.shlons in beautiful eidors, nml i i... f in.. ii nf ,.!.- ,,i.f,w ! s,.i,t.
, IllV.n. X (111 ill til .Mil", IIJ ftlllJM...., I V. I ,,., . I,,,,. ... ,...
numerous illustrations ot dress for , i.i. ist n.un In-Iniiiovtml Xeltheilv : 'id Dam bv Inmortfd Sovcrn : :)il Dam
l 1 ll'l HI I III! lTlfl'll IV 1 1 1.1 wrii
ladies and children. Tho Literary Dc
parlincnt conialiis an intensely inter
esting novel (a" complete) by .Mar
garet Vandogrift, various short stories
by good writers, and the usual Work
Dcpat Uncut, Fashion Department,
Puzzles and (James, Illch ltecipcs, etc.
etc. By all odds, it is the best of the
Ta'.hion Books. Any of our readers
who do not take tho Lady's Book can
bo supplied, promptly, by leaving their
orders at this oillcc. We will turnish
our own paper ami the Lady's Book for
tho low prlco ot 83. 76 per annum
The publishers agree to start a sub
scription with any month jou may
by Imported Brown C cm-go; 4th Dam by Imported Old Clyde
oil bv Win. Warden in lrliu
who was liiiport-
for draft or farming
note to lie void If
To the fanner, ami parties who would like to breed
purposes, wo would call your attention to lids horse.
Ho will be permitted to servo a few good mares at the low prlco
Itisnri-. imvnhto dv note, at time of service. due ill six months, note t
tho maw proves not to tin in foal. Duo care will be taken to prevent aecidouts
but will not be responsible chould any occur.
Uriah Simmons, Groom.
Hoblitzell & Jesse, Proprietors,
Down tothe Guards!
THE CARGO FULL AND COSIPLEIE
Somo of tho Utah saints worn last
year somewhat disgusted at tho number
of drled-up old specimens who wcro
'converted nod Imported. This year
missionaries were enjoined to look out
a, little moro thoughtfully for young
subjects. A correspondent hi New
York, noticing a largo hatch just land
ed and pn ronto for Utah, speak of tho
"larcri number of fresh youug faces
among thp fomnies oi wo cunipmij.
They wlll.Jnso but llttlo tlmo In Naw
(ti'prk, but will bo promptly forwarded
'toVjieadqnartprs, and bo speedily dis
tributed auwiict tho harems under the
noses of thp (lovcrnor, Proseontor nnd
United States Judges. Tho govern
inont at Washington should uso for a
veil a Jdaeinnc blanket, four folds thick,
to lildo Its blushes every tinio It looks
toward Utah. Utah Is tho devil's work
shop, and tho people of tho United
, States aw silent partners In tho concern,
mid responsible for its work.
ALL SAILS SET
TO CATGH THE POPULAR BREEZE!
Corsaut & Meyer's
Alwaj H LeatlH In Tho Ilaco And If Miles Ahead of Al
Harper's Magazine for .Iittio -the
begiiinl ng of tho Sixty-thlid Volume
is a brilliant number. It is not more
attractive from tho artist's point of view
than It is impressive in a literary sense:
having contributions from the best
writers lu every ono of tho many fields
covered bv its contents. Samuel Adams
Drako contributes tho llrst of his prom
ised series of papers on the Whlto
Mountains, winch is beautifully ill
ustrated by William Hamilton Gibson
Mrs. Sara A. Hubbard contributes i
uaiior on our hummliiK-birda, with
charming Illustrations by J. C. Beard
William Winter contributes a timely
and excellent sketch of Edwin Booth,
which is accompanied by a first rate
portrait. Mrs. Lizzie W. Champoney
writes about Lisbon, which is illustrate
bv her husband's drawings. Mr. Ab
boy contributes a very impressive full
pago illustration of Horrlek's poom
"Tlio Mad Maydos Songo." Amelia E
Barr Is tho author ot an interesting ar
tide on tho "Ballads and Ballad Musle
Illustrating Shakspearo," illustrated
by Abbey. Lulgi Monti contributes
brief artlelo on ono of tho most prom
isimr of young Italian sculptors Ben
edctto Civllettl. Jamos Parton contrib
utes a curiously interesting articlo on
tlio Trial of Jeanne Dare. Edward
Atkinson gives somo important in
formation in a brief paper, ontitled
I "Ketueky Farms." Saxo Holm eontrlb-
1 ... j ,.. n.iil llui nnrlnl linv.
mesa iuiu- muiji
els by Mr. Hardy and Miss Woolson
M. S . Faris & Co.,
I offer for f tile at a bargain, the fol
lowing described property:
Brick Store house in Forest City.
Stock of Drv Goods and Groceries In
One large dwelling in Forest City.
Two .small dwellings lu Forest City.
One small dwelling in Craig.
Livery stable and complete outlit in
80 acres of laud In the W half ol the
souttiwot r see 2(5, tp (51, range -ID.
On tlii. land them is a house, Hindi
braring orchard, good water and near
ly all in cultivation; soil sandy loam,
Pos.-esion aivcii at once.
1150 acres in thu SW of 17, (11, 8!).
llOiicres In SW 17, (ill, This
laud Isa bargain, as there arc two small
houses, two large orchards, of bearing
trees, timber Millicicut for fencing.
Three miles from Forest City on good
road. It Is ulo supplied with good
Irt acres in S half N W 1-4 of 2il, (5(1,
:!9 and -IU, as shown on county atlas.
Satisfactory reasons given for selling.
Will warrant title to all the above
It. P. Zook, Forest City, Mo.
Are receiving and pening from dry to day, one of the Larg
est, Handsomest and
of Dry Goods that it has ever been their pleasure to offer to
the nubile and at prloes that defy competition-Their stock
is complete in every particular including all the novelties
of the season.
s that wo havo not adopted tho "Department System,"
llicrobv detaining our customers unnecessarially, but de
liver their goods at once. All aro Invited to call and
seo us, as wu will not bo undersold. Keinember the Place.
M. S. Earis & Co.,
N. W. Cerne4th & Felix Sts-, ST. JOSEPH
(Mill cial Statement
Frazer & McDonald
FOREST CITY, MO.,
at tin- i-liisc of liiisliu-Hs mi thu sol li tluy of
Leans unilnuliti'illy numl mi personal
anil i-olliiu-ral si-nutty : -iii.M.i
I.iuih and iIIm-oiiiiIn iiiiilouliti-illy
pmit on mil cstiitii xiTiirlty H.niM uo
(IVL-rilnitLs liy. Solvent Si-i-iirllli's ... Hi v.l
Other lloiiils unil Htoek-at their pres
ent cash viiIiip i,"tt 5
Due (mm other luniks, Konil on slKht
ilnitt , 3.1.831 74
Itenl estate, at present ensh market
vohiu , l.'joo on
Kiiraltiiie anil tlxturcs Oil oo
Illlls of Nallunnl Hanks mid Legal
Tender II. H. Notes 0,.vm (HI
Hold coin 'J.WHi on
Silver cola l7o 70
We are now before the pcoplo of Holt County with a largo and very at
tractive stock of Heady Made Clothiiiz, Hats, Caps, Hoots, shoes, Oents l'urnish
Ing floods, Trunks, Valises, etc. Will mako prleos so low as t make It an Indu
cement for you to give us your patronage. Pleaso call and exanimo our stock
CORSAUT & MBYBR7
Remember, GLENN'S BRICK BLOCK, Main St.
MOUND CITY, MO-
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for
Juno abounds as usual In attractive
features. Tho leading article, '"Russia's
Now Emperor, Aloxandor III.," Is
highly Interesting, anil its ten illustra
tions aro admlrnblo. Among tho other
noto worthy contributions nros "Ilcg
gars In Italy," "Among tho Pennsyl
vnnla Dutch," "Freaks of Nature In
Landscape" "ThoEmpross of Austria,"
"Tyrol and tho Tyroleso," "A Weok in
Hamburg," etc etc, Bret Harto con
tributes n poem, flnolv Illustrated, en
titled, "What tho Chimney Sang," and
the other pooms aro of rare merit. Tho
Jones, Tojivnsend & Co.,
Respectful' asks the attention of
THE PEOPUiJ OF HOLT COUNTY
flor Men. Boy's Youth's and Children, Comploto in all linos Assort
...i with frreat euro and bouzht under the most favorablo clrcuiiistaii-
.. ,.,.ui. one Mntt.fl is Fuii-and Snuaro Dcallne. All cooOaro
ui'n iui v i , i , w... - - - - , '
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A fern grows In China which hears
such a resemblance to a lamb that tlio
English call it tlio Tartarian lamb fern.
It Is covored with a thick, soft, vegetable
wool, of a yolUw color. The main stem
lies flat, a short dUtauco abevo tho
ground, whlto the hanging stoma touch
ing tho earth look like IIHlo.lcgs support
ing it. Covered with this vegotabkr
wool, tlio rosomblauco to a lamb is nulla