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in t'.iu ijivasri Spctof tho West.
1-7S from p.i:tn'is 1 i'r.iut. .ur-!:o! U!tU ItUi'i'cli limine, and nn.'t ;iin-i nn a: pa nl Vyii'yliMU'tJ jniK s. in d.ilH.fiJO aores, one-tiiint of v.iiit'li Brur:iye of t lie suriilo wutf i' nr.v rtii!'.t: lo wuro. Nct to Maricopa it is th? irtot iiii- portaii agricultural county 'uitlu-Tori u-i y. It it traversed from east Ij vc-t !v j S-jutlieru i'uciiic railroad, uud u brantd, of the re.at anta Fe system i m:va- upiu'oa-.-.i-inif from the north. The oj'-Mhe i. Ui i- of t'aia road i a connection wit?: tc oaora rood, of the sums system. 'i!i- Kotiilieru Pacitle id also building in thU nil et-lion i-foai Temue.an;! it is conudemly t.ericviMl that work will not ceiwe until ths ieer Ciefck coal (ields are rnaehed and connection is made with auotlier branch of tli..t road running- f i-oiu Howie to Globe and now complet ed to Fort Thomas. Thus it will be seen that Pinal county is he thviater of railroad buildiin- at the pres ent time, ai:d ia nd a year i''iorou"0, tue bounty seat, will Ic A BAII.EOAD CESt'EK. At present it contains . pnimlaiiun 'of about IT), but witbthecmr.;icu.i ot thce two rai!roads and the b.it'f reservoir no city in Arizona can approach it for natin ji advantages, and u large iusrewe in juotmiu tion wiii follow. Florenre i at an c'-evatiou of lj"J (art eidve sea level, situated near the Oila river, twentv-six miles noi (liv. et ot i he rnrM-oad station of Casa tiraadc, w it H WiiKh It is connected bv nn cieanVly etiuipi:-'d daily stare line, tiaia an.', roieiuf: rtUifOK ruu by tho old Casa Urcude ruins, and padeners are allowed a short time to in spect the. There cro :r.sn.v handsomei pri vate resiileiKcs in Florence, severul hvw Morw, guiKt hotel, i.n ex -ellent erraded school etnpln; in - four teat'he"j, churches, secret societies, a Comir-crcial Clan, a news Pftper (the only one in tlie cmuttv)., Rnrt the handsomest court -house in the iorritovv. Heieis held the United Slates Court for the district composed of Gila. Graham ami Pinal uuntic3. The streets are lined with sha le trees, which impart au e.ir oi couuoi t on the warmest days. 1'BoDUCTS OF THE V ALLS Y. Unlike tho Salt river, the waters of the Gila are fro.,h and pure; the sod eo'iteiris na alkali, is a deep, rich era asn, tpciaiij adapted to the jrrowth of the prtme, olive, almond, pra-li. tig, pe'tr, apricot n-at fruits of ail kinds, which pay largely on the I'.ivest lneut. ft is also the natural home o. nitul.u, which srows in the most proitns raaiiner. iherape does exceptionally well in tins valley , end wins and rais?u culture is oe-tm-etl to Imxnnc a iromiueut ind.istry. tttruc frihs have been cultivated to a limited PAlent; there are a uum'uec of orange trees in the neih'u! hood of Kio.euee ji;'h bear Iheir goiden fruit each year without pro tection. a.rl a few date pulm trees are jso ii: f ill bce.rin?. The season is froinmx w.i to two mouths earlier thnn SjetiieruCahfor nia. which t ivei fruit growers nu appreciat ed advantage in TU EAELY MAKXET9. Thenhsouoe of f 02s and uUrhtly dews is a formidubie obstacle to the t!estruetive niio unsihtiv scaie-lmir, and t'ua fruits cf the va'iev are all brisfht and clean. Ail 1 he ttRTt cultiiral products of temper.ite a i l semi tropic zones a.-e easily srovvn here, the Ions seasons giytux a oecession of ero,:3 tnat double or treble the productive value of the land. miens OF LAND. v Imoroved lands, with trovernmer.t title and water riijlit, cs.11 be bouiiht for from s--U to fjj per acre, according to location and im tiroveutsnts. In the immediate ticialioor hood adto th? south of the Casa Grande ruins there are t housiyids of Keres covered with a heavy rrowth of mesipr.te timoer yet oiien to settlement. Thee are uranw the nlitiMH,. 1.. vj.tiev. Wjvter in inexhausti ble quantity is found at a depth ot from twentv to thirty feet; m fact, n river seems to be flowiier underneath. Here is a splen did opportunity to take up and improve land with a mimpinz svstr-m of irrigation, w hich is said to be successful on small t ract-:, How ever, with the completion of the l.iitte - vodapvnip i,iim::i)? will ba a tllil' of tiK oast, and it is only mentioned here for the mimosa of showing what can he done, and t masnify the further fact that hat was once cousiderei AS UNINHABITABLE DESKRT is in truth the roost productive land on the elohe, and that taere is wuter in aouuc.ance to bring every foot of it under cuitivation. only waitiui for the music waud of capita! .l.-.-A?,.t. Tt. There is no water-stora?e scheme on the Paeitio coast that has one-half tho natural advautases and so few engmoer Lag duhciiltiesastke Butte reservoir. Mere iiatiire has built the abutments in ever-liv-inj; rock, and all that is left for nutn to do is to out in the headgatc, the bluff which form the gorse leing only separated by a piotry 2afeet. A country is drained th-onch this 2(t(l miles s'l uare. reoresentui 0.000 square miles, or larger than Maine and Ma-ssachusettseombined. TheramfnU is suf ficient to till the reservoir twice a year, and thelandto l.e brought under culiivatton is practically limitless. This may read like a fairy tale, but it is every w ord true, and has Deru venunu nuic . " v. t. . . .. OA3A GBA5IDB BSSEBVOIB. The reservoir of the Casa Oraude Valley rn. coiiM.anv is the arirest 111 the territory Itcoversa Eirfaceof lWJacrei, with an aver age depth of 12 feet, and contains about eight thousand million Kalions of water. It is sit uated fifteen miles southwest of Floreuce. A levee of earth has been thrown up across a depression in the plum M.ow teet in lewrth. fet. in widtii at the bottom and 2 feet in width at top, 2 to 1 slope on each side, uud an average height 01 s teet. i ne waste is reiru latoH liv s east iron oife3 3feet in diameter ut in si!ifl niasonrv. regulated by eatesan.-l tower. This reservoir coat JfliO.UUO, and sup plies water for b.OOU acres. Meteorological Statistics. - The signal service of the general grovern ment maintained a station at r iorence ti-om 1KH to The reports covering the period from July. iteu. to Annl. irives the follow fnir statistics, which may betaken as a safe z uide to the prevailing temperature given Ouring tne series 01 six yeas: 1880. Mean. Max. ifin. July hfi.6 111 HI August M.5 lr. 60 September 81.0 lti7 43 October 6.0 !M 82 November M.l SO 'a December 50.9 77 27 1881. January , 45.7 February 54.7 March 54.7 78 HI Vi 190 llt4 113 112 no 103 w no 61 79 72 92 21 21 29 48 45 44 64 62 59 86 29 28 23 27 25 April 6.1.1 May 74.7 June.., July August September... .October November... December... mi. January February . . . March .6a.7 ..S7.9 ..84.5 -.77.5 . .67.4 . .52.4 ..52.2 .46.4 . .49.5 ..57.3 April . .62.1 100 ei'lie heat as represented in the abovo table 1-jriii? the moutha of June, July and August U nothini; like a unbearable as in the Eastern States, and death from strxsTBoKi ie ukknows In fact, in a residence of sixteen years In Arizona the writer has only known two persons to be overcome by the heat, and they recovered. Their condition, however, was more the result of whisky than heat. The air is so dry here that a registered temperature of 110 degrees is not as oppres sive as 8D degrees in St. Louis or New York. The Sijrnftl Service bureau has recognized this fact, and reports the diiference between the apparent and sensible temperature to be fulls HO decrees. At nearly all times there is a pleasant breeze; the iihrht are invariably cool in the summer, and out-door labor is performed without serious, discomfort to either man or beast on the' warmest days. Very seldom does the thermometer pet be low the freezing point in winter, and in the gardens of Florence to-day are castor bean plants two years or more old, USTOCCHKD BY ROgT. Orange and lemon trees require slight pro tection during the winter for a year or two, until the wood is sufficiently hardened. While it is a iioptilar thing for one to say that he is "not here for his health," it is an undisputed fact that for all pulmonary ail ments no climate on earth Is equal to South ern Arizoaa, andthere are numbers of active, industrious citizens, with but one lung, who came hero years ago, exjiectiiiK to live but a few weeks. But for all that, the wonderful Caaa Grande valley is something better than a health resort. That portion of the great Casa Grande vallev Iyinar along the line of the Southern Pacific railway in the vicinity of Casa Grande and Arizola is at present, and with trood reason, considered one of the most desirable plrti'dns of this maettinceot Southern Ari- zona. Grci.t f U'r.?eii have lp-n made in t 'e t Biit. ur..KL,o of tllie. j;nrt of vrtlkw (luring ' hir f'i;r vc;iis. it v.-as about that K'juk ?i hutti 1'loreJiiH' ruuul wi;s completed a::?! tli ork .f Hctn;l hiii'fiveir.eut bcjnni. ! J; i u;'ir.s ta !e'iy that inkier our pre'nt 1 iit-r s steai there is lmtlnng: hUe a suiii- rieat water to iivittt; this vat body of himi. tHS CARA G'lANDK VALLEY CANAL , i-j foii.v-threo milim It: Icui'tU inA covers HkUK-y u.'iy oi liimi, a'Hmt7,o:jO of ft hi.-h ero ! uaiief r-uiti; litiui:. it lis so ennjitl'UCt'.'tl that it - ca:t la easJy 'ii'ar,--C(i an:! 'ts oupwity m- crec. ,ci, h.tvkitr. A reservoir covering I acres. 'ira-e c ipacuy ot e;..:m billion tfal- Ions. 111 t he southeast corner of tow iitiup 6, ran:-e 3. irives amide suiiply of w ater t tie year rou::d t ) a1! farriers located t-etow it, but ' tho-e above sillier by a shortat;i! of water : uuriti-;- a few wee'.u; iit snr.re. t It is propied to I'v.tiHily this by the con- struction if a hii.e rtiscrvoi.' i:ttl:e itnHi's, ' Kfleeu miles nortiicai-t of I'lorcuce. (Jt;n- ; pete:t enirineers havcexaini'icd and reoorted I uiMm the sclieine and pronou '.- it fnasiijle. . - - j a repUdiationist. ! Dow John thcrman b'aved the Cold Re serve tu 18 It. j lu.uasv.eF to liie talk about repudin- j lion, pruviilea the overumcnt should ' j-ay out silver on nil eoiu obligntiona, i u ill tic hieidriit has lately coiuf to viov j Aii'.oh is c:;:'.ctly in point. i On tlio i'-ii ilay of January, 1SVJ, re- j L'.;i;r.l,i;:; cr s;eio payment wan i;t gua tictlr t":c iliroetiou c Jol:n Siicrr.iim, liien Hi'ou'tury of the Irpumiry. Duviiig tl;o foi'cuot'.ii rold was paid out in con !;;.. labia ii:aulit:e3. Akont tlie clout i;t tiia liioruisf hour the iiiOsr.eEgers i:. iii Wall. Btrctt arrived with hue stu-i.s rcml3' to take away the yi-iluv.-cu ial. Vhe secretary's asistantti caiai iiiiri in alarm and taiil llienid would n te all ;bi-e at that rat.?. Our gold . ii.niianl secretary and bU-:tcrian cf the .rirac of l iTJ, then and there f;ave or- iii to -.'.ly o;it Eilver coil;. It v. as v,i red to tl:e V. all sLreetagent::; they did want it, and vent back to their .il;er tniployes, kaving' the. poiJ in ttfRKtiry untouched; but. the tuc is cf leKUisption cf specie payment assured fend John Sheraaa tad af n!e:l r.u object lesson cf what might n . ..-1 een leaily cone at any date since i.':;-;ht bo done to-day. Our silver coin could thus be legally ,d justly used, the g-old reserve saved reckdy as is done in France and there would l.e 110 taint of repudiation for s-.ctv any more than on that 1st day of auuary, 1ST0. An ex-scnator v. ho had lors; sened on the finance committee with Shciman, pave to the writer this incident end str.ted that Sherman hm.tilf told him of it at the time. Farra.Tield and Fire side. Tako Yonr Cbolee. A vote for Maj. JleKinley means more gold scares, more pc-ld corners, more bond issue?, more siick syndicate oi k. A vote, for William' J. Bryan is a vote for good i'mes. Illinois State Uesrister. GEMS OF THOUGHT. He who thinks he can find withinhim self the meats of doing without ctheiR is much mihlaken, but he who thinks that ethers cannot do without him is xtill more mistaken, fiocliffvucauld. IVojde who make puns are like v. ati ton boys that put coppers on the rail road tracks. They arouse themselves and other children, bat their little trick may u;:sct a frehht rain cf conversa tion for the sake of a battered witticism. diver Wendell IJclmes. The one fact in which all unavoidably a.riee is that v.e come into the world alone and v, e go out of the world alcne, and though Ave travel in company and make a great r.how of our fellowship and of bearing one another's burdens, we carry our deepest burdens alone. lie is not rich that hath much, but he that bath enough; nor he indigent that hath little, but he that craves more. For we are cot rich or poor, happy or unhappy, honorable or mean, so much according to the proportion of that which we possess as of that which we desire. William Penn. i ft 'M'f- 1 K'-iM I 'im an A Lire It it h tuirro: It.r mu. 1 do rn.t like Hit i-ast. Hh a I roi'n.l the .at I ret ail (bar 1 vim u i cor, we ak iiumntiirtvl Ir-olnf.:? D1SU. I ICiiL cd ti'.fftk: niiiet ye'; f.arfnl "nrr.ue days nnl .f iu.'eci-ou mm j-1 ft . ti':ira I u.cd tl f ' o( the Hudi.n J l.A . Slit'ltc, relilL-dieJ llirtiical lu- THAT WAS before I had , ta'a the jrreat lludysn. X foar.d Hudrau was indeed tyondcrful specific. I found hew life lu the irroat lludyaa. I found Hudyan does care cues of weakness, of losses by Sey or night. I can o tar la ibnt Ha-lysn is a roost wonder lul rouon(or. It Is a power, it cures certain cases' i nerveve fcbUiLy, nervcvl exhnHbtion, weakness, liver and sidtisy ceil) p! lata. If rou tufTer ss I did writo to the eld doctors lor cl cnlars nd testlraonlnis of the trest Hudrau fcud you will gst them Fft-EEi Circulars and Testimonials Q i of the areat HUDYAN free, h HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE Stockton, Karket and Ellis St.' Seu Francisco, California til I Jicro$$ fto Continent on $m?m. NEARLY 4,000 MILES WITHOUT A EREAIc' 4C0 RIDERS-400 VHE ELS. NOTHING BUT STEARNS BICYCLES RIDDEN. CHE Journal-Examiner Yellow Fellow Relay finished Sept. 7, la the marvelous time of 13 days, was the greatest cycling event - ever originated, and its successful execution demonstrates the strength and speed merits of the Stearns as these virtues have never before been established for any bicycle. This ride over trails, mountain passes, rocks, boulders, railroad ties, deserts and cactus fields in such time is simply marvelous, and It all stands to the credit of the Stearns, whose makers originated and successfully executed the relay. thi my to do it 1$ to do it on the Steams. E. C STEARNS & COMPANY, Makers, SYRACUSE, N.Y. BUFFALO, N. Y. BAN FRANCI3CO, CAL. Li HART, Apent, rv..' ay vr. ffiWfRh- -Nrfc Wim FVF! awdW THERE ftWi I -u . -1 t ;i " 'tCTKl H. A LOZIER & CO. 304-300 . i '-'; '' y '-k - - : :r.i. ' V. V, --; .- '.'lir.rri't i WiLLiAiYsS HOUSE. CURTIS G. POVELL, Prop. Rooms Furnishedt Everything First-Class- . Improvements Added, Nicely Furuishetl Parlor for the Ac commodation of Guests. Only White Help Employ.! Tablo boiird tier day ; board and lodging $1.50 and upward according to room. THE Florence Ptaacy Under Mancffement of DR. GEO. H. ER0CKWAY. Completely Res'ccked With Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries Blank Beaks, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. NOVELTIES ORDERED FROM TIKE TO TIKE. G. R. IICHEA & CO., DEALERS IN General Merelaifss, Opposite Armory Hall, Main Street. QOMMERCiAL HOTEL, European Plan. GEO. H. A.LUHRS, - - Proprietor. Corner Center and Jefferson Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. Leading business and family hotel in Ari sona. Located in the business center. Con taiue one huodredroams. ' ( The Qevefand tfef fWdi PARIS, FRANCE. TORONTO, ONTARIO. Tuc3n. r ion? licAiisster s p y i H-.i! - . t --.if r-'. it? ri:.t ;t ftp i i-'-t Ti tr '"i.r'ri -..i s- x, i; f. x t i: v 1 1 a Eii a c v . CHOICE AVIIn'ES, LIQTTOHS AND CIGARS. J. C. KSiATING. Proprietor THE FLGHEMCE HOTEL, . . NOW OPEH. . . Xcw Tno-Slory Krlrk Rniltlius. Sewly l-'tiriii.IirtS. Tito Only Hint-, luss Hole! in Florence. CUISINE U,EXCELLED. Everything Furnished the Market A fiords. AH L-.:t rro;:rl tor. G. BQWilMl i GO. Phoenix, Arizona. Pure:-: Drugs, PKUMPT SERVICE LOW PRICES. Orders by mail promptly filled at the same prices as if given in person CHAS. IIOLBOEN, Dealer In WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Casa Grande, Arir. On south side of railroad, next door to "Woods Hotel. The noted Pepper "Whiskey the leading brand. Ice-cold Milwaukee beer. ' FUyHYV'HtHE -st - SANFRASOSCO. Si&? RAILROAD TIME TABLES Santa Fe, Prescott & Phosnix R'y WITH THE Atchison, Topeka & SantaFe Ey. Is the Shortest v And Quickest Route To Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chieagro and all ooints EAST. S. F., P. &, P. TIWE TABLE, In effect June 9, 1893, Mountain time is standard used. rtOItTHBOtlflD 'Passenger ' Daily !Ko. 2 No. 4 Patseuyer JJaily STATIONS. No. 2 Mo. 1! 6 45a! 7 3wa; 8 2Shi 8 4()ai 9 3'U: 9 4 .u !0aUl' 11 S Ash Fork ... Bock liutte Del Rio .Jerome Junction.. I'rescott . Prescott Summit ...Skull Valley Kirklaud DateCreck Coiijjreys ...Wiciteuburif Peoria Gleudale AlliauiLra . .. . . Phoenix .i C 45 5 Slin .' 6 0Jt 4 5tia 5Wi)":3 5r.a .: 4W)p 3 42a .' 4 OSp: 2 558 .! i uOi 2 40a .' 8 12i' 2 Via. .1 2 2lp 1 15a .' H3pl2S!ia .'12 41)1 11 42P . 120:pll)! . 11 26a 9 42) . IttWa 8!5 .1 9 47a: gifjp 32a 1 4rtp .: 9 15a 7 3Up 5i 10 31i 10 47i 11 5')i; 1 Km. 1 Ssti; ;!1 47a 2 Kta 12 4".ji 1 2-ij.-; '0"..' s sop 8 42i 3 'tilt. 4 lay 8 a it- i 4 ate: 6 OJn; tl 12ai 6 'tia, b triui THE SCE.NIC K()UTE OF AEIZONA! The host, route to California. The only north and south line in Arizona to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Petrified F.-est, ClUF Dwellings, Great Pine Forests, Salt Kiver Valley and AumerousOther Points of Interest. ' . Through tickets to all points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Nes. 1 A 2 connect at. Jerome Junction with traius of the L V. A P. k'y for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for ail principal niinin? camps; at Congress with sta-e line for ilarqiia Hula Station and Vui'weil; r.t Fhenix with the Murieopa & Phoenix K'y, for points on the Southern l'aciUeKaiiway. Also with S. K. V. H. K, , Clote connections made at Ash Fork with Santa i'e Uoute fast trains to all points east ami west. Trains for California leave Ash i'ork ut7:Ki and 8:45 p. in., arriving in Los Angeles next -Afternoon at 1:25, aud San Kraiii-ivo second morninfj at 10:15. Train for the Last leaves Ash Fork at 5:55 a. m. F. M. 51URPHT, Pres't A Uen'l Mjf'r, Prescott, Ariz. K. E. WF.LLS, Asn't Gen. Mtrr Prescott, Arizona. GEO. M. SAKflEST. 4ieu. Ft. & Pius. Agt, Prfscott, Arizona. E. W. GILLKTT. General Agent, I'hoL-uix. Ariz. Southern Pacific Railway. M'est bound. THI! 00a El Paso Demiuf .. Loi-dsbiij-H- ... .... VilicoK Kuson ...... Tucson Arixola . . Casa Grande .. .. . Maricoa . . .Gila Heud ..- Yuma . .Los Angeles. . . .San Fra'iriseo.. 11 10 1 lOp 4 07 i 40 7 80 7 50 9 M 5 30 (Ly, ...110 10 ...111 40 ... 8 40a ... 2 05p Ar'10 45a Maricopa & Pliraniz R'y. New Time Table. In effec Jutb l,1895 STATIONS 8 2-1 r i 8:00 Lv..Pho?nix. . Ar ft -9i it A 1- Tut A M l! 8!S5 j Lv len,I,eAr j 9:TO j Kjrrene 9:1b .. . . Sarat-on 9:45 SAr. MarTcopa Lv 1:20 12:55 li:3t 12:10i rulhnan Klcepiiic: ear sendee nightly be tween Phoenix and Maricopa. Sleeping: car eoiiiions sold to all points on the Southern Pai-iiic and connecting lines. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pa cific 19, passing Maricopa at U :50 p tn. Train No. S connects with Southern Pacific 20. pass ing Maricopa at 10 a m. Connection made at Teuipe with stages at Golcifield. Connection made at Phoenix for Congress, Prescott and all points in northern Arizona via the S. F, r. ft P. Kailroad. Trains stop on sicnal. G. H. H'JNSHKLL, General Suiwrintendent, NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA R'Y. T7est. STATION'S. East, -I - 6 OOani Lv.. 8 50am,..,.. 1 Warn' 1 4am 1 3?prai 1 l"itm- . . .Benson ..Faii-hanli.. . .Huaehuca . . Crittenden . . .Calahasas . . . . Kogalos. . . Ar: 8 40pm i 1 00pm 12 10pm 10 ftiara ....'.'...I 9 OOara ,'8 30am Dally exeept Sunday. Pacific time. J. J. Pbey, General Manaeer. T. A. Naugi.e. . : L. H. ALBaacHT, Assiitaut General Manager. Train Master. MESA, EL0I1EXCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE. Threo Trips a week. Daylight Travel Leaves Mesa 5 a. tn. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrives at Florence at 11:30 a. m. J.eaves riorenre at I p. in., arriving at Globe at 6 p. m., the following' day. Leaves GIoIms 8 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursduys and Saturdays. Arrives at I' lorenoe at 11 a. m. the following- day. Leaves Florence for Mesa at 1 p. m. Arrrives at Mesa at 6 p. m. Stages stop over nilit at Riverside. Good acroin mod ions g-iven tlie traveling- public. Stages po.inectwith stages for Budleyville, Benson, Mammoth, Oracle and Tucson. Johnhon Uhos, Agents at Mesa. Louis Sultan, As nt at Globe. P,C. SxKYEti, Atent at Florence. Vina I County ItaUdin? fc Loa Aflsecintlon. Florence, Pinal County, Arliona. I.T. Whittemohe, President, P. K, Bbady, Vice President. D. C. Stbvbns, Treasurer. H. B. Cassiday, Secretary and Attorney. Directors: liev. I. T. WMttemore. P. R. Rrady, D. C. Stevens. Mrs. Robert Williams, C. W, Tillman, J. M. Lilo, H. D. Cassiday and C. D. Reppy. 1 - Office: With H. D, Cassidy. Directors' regular meetings, first Monday in each month at 1 o'clock p. m WAMTED-AN IDEASnSSgJffi thing to patent? Protect yourldeas ; theymay bring yoa wealth. Write JOHN WKDDER BUKX & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, I. C, for their gltio prize oilor. ITrVO A "pecnliar" book for Lai 11 V V r ircts. Union Fubli ihinu'Comi Paducali, Ey. East hound. TTSal...". 5 ttla i v 1 0:t 11 10 W Lvl 8 45 Ari 6 28 6 22 5 45 4 10 U b5 2 SO Lv.... 3 80 Lv . . . Harper's Magazine IN 1896 ftriioH, new novel by William Black, writ tan with nil tli au.lior'i elihiiowu rliarmof mumifp, wUI begrin in tlieDecemltor Nun-.l-er, iHtfi, tu id -will continue until May. A ww novel ! ieorge Du Mnurier, entitled T!it Murtuin, will uImi egin diirinetlte year. it is not too much to w,v that uo novel Las -ver hou a wG.ted with surh frpnt ejrj.ecta tinn oi a suof-esor to Trilby. The Penoiml Kecolltioni. of Joan of Arc will continue and will relate the story of the failure and martyrdom of the Maid of Orleans. Other important faVtion of the year will te a novnl otlehy Jiark Twain, under the title, Tom Snwyer. LVtt-ctive; a humorous three-pait tnle culled Two Mormons from Muddlety, by I,aiiKdoii Elwtn Mitchell ; and short stories by Octave Tlianet. Kicliard Hardinc: Davis, Mary K. Wilkin. Julian Ralph, Hramler Matthews. Owen Winter, and other well-known writers. Prof. Woodrow Wilson will contribute six f'rt()rs on George Washington und his times, with illustrations by Howard Pyle. Poult ney I.ijfelow's history of The German Strug gle for Liberty, illustrated by H. Caton Woodviile, will be routinued through the winter. Tw o papersou St. Clair's defeat and Mud Anthony Wayne's victory, by Theodore Koouevelt. with era p hie illustrations will be printel during the year. A noteworthy feature of the MAGAZINE during 1M46 will be a series of articles by f'r.npur W, Whitney, describing his trip of tttOu milks on snow-shoes and w ith dofr-sledee triil !"( lnlo the unexplored Barren Urounds of British North America in pursuit of wood Iukoii and musk-oxen. Mr. Whitney's series will hsve the added interest of being illus trated from photographs taken by himself. The Volumes of the MAGAZINE Win with the Numbers for June and December of each year. , When no time is mentioned, subscrip tions will In; i? in with the Number current at tbe time of receipt of order, Reinittunees should be made by Post-office Money Order or Draft to avoid chance of Newspapers are not to copy this advertise- of Harper A Brothers. 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