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4 A r 4 it i s r i A' ) 1 VOLUME I. PROFESSIONAL. JAMES 0. HOWARD. MAUCCS f. HATNE, HOWARD & HAYNE, Attornets and cohssilom AT tAW, CORNER Sixth nd Fremont streets. Tombstone. A. '1'. A. H.PARKER, MiSINO INOIMEIK AND U. 0. PEPt'TT MTXERAL Bwrrsyor. Office in San Francisvo Jewelry Store, No. 430 Allen feet, south side, between fimrth and Fifth t i . Tnnilwtnne, A. T. JCR M. MILLER. J. H. LUCAS. LUCAS t MILLER, ATTORNETS ANIJ COfNOKLORB AT LAW, OFFICE, rooms 5 anil 7 tjirrt building, corner of Fremont And Fon-lh. Tombntcme, A. T. U H. D.lVIS. GEO. R. WILLIAMS. ? WILLIAMS & DAVIS, ATToimrTs at law. gird's sew botldino, corner nf Fourth and Fremont st., Tom Intone, A. T. it tr; nl.-.u H J. G. PARKE, CrVIL ENGINEER AND V. a. MINERAL KIT.TETOR Surveying done in all ita branches. Office, 526 Fremont strest, Tombt.--ie. Arizona, 0. T. HENDERSON, . PHTSICIAJf AD BtREO!. OFFICE, 03 FRI Btoot streot. Tombstone, Arisona. A. 0. WALLACE, Jl'ATMl OF THE FEACE. FOCRTH STREET, tares doors Iwlnw Fremont, Tombstone, A. T. ? JOHN M. MURPHY . Attorjiet at law, koom 58, rrowm's hot:l T oclwtone, Arisona. L. F. BLACKBURN, - Defctt RKFSirr AXD and collector, office Wh A. T. June, orhoe Hnachua Lumber Co.. Fourth street, below Fremont. All official business promptly attended to. Collections apec'Mty. J. F. HUTTOft, ATTORjrtT AT LAW, OFTICE ON FIFTH STREET, Itlinni Fremont and Allen, Tombstone, Ari- C. E. C00DFELL0W, U. D. OfTK FT TICTCEM Bl-TLDIKO, FREMONT kreet. Tombstone, A. T. P. T. COLBY, ATTORStT AT LAW. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL tae courts of the Territory. .Office in UirJ's bnUdlng, rooms 11 and 13, corner of Fourth and Fremont street, Tornhstone, A. T. Creed HatmoNd, A. M. Walker, BaexaiuSBto City. Tombstone. WALKER & HAYM0KD, AtTORNETS AT LAW. PROMPT ATTEXTIOK CIV e to all business intrusted to them. Collec tions made a specialty. A. M. Walker Com tokiunr of del for the State of Nevada. f A. J. FELTER, Justice ofttii peace, 'taut pi'blio and KesJ Estate Aant. Othce oa Fremont street, fcetvsen Fourth and Filth, Tombstone, A. T. tR. R. H. MATTHEWS, PBTBICIAN AND St'ROEON, TOMESTOHE, ARIKZO sa. Office With W. Street, Fourth street, nar . Allen. S. 0'mEI.VENET. O. O. TR.INTUM. ; 0'MELVENY & TRANTUM, Attoahsts at law. rooms 3 and 4 gird's buiMlug, eomer Funrth and Fremont streets, Twnbatone, A. T. . S. M. ASHENFELTER, Attorbet at law, cliftoh, a. t. prompt Mtsntion g'-rtu to any business entrusted to luv M.LTJM B. CLAPP, JJOJARY PUBLIC, CO SVEV'ASCER and fire insurance auexth Offios at SuSord, Hudson &. Co.'s Bank, Tuahston. A. T. - Tbomu Wallace, Mivioa broker, rf.al ehtate agent and CoPTeyimoer. Allen street'. Tomlistone. Bodnutn SI. Price, Jr., Civil enoikerr ani r. s. nEPurr mineral ParrsTor. Otnoe V'oisar uatiding, Allen street, Tombstone, A. T. Java. 6. Howard, (Late of Los Angeles.) Attornet at law. at present at the of ot J. W. S-.ujq . Tvwiii.toue, A. '1'. - " W. A. Huwood, KOTART PUBLIC, CORNER FOURTH AND TRE- BMint streets. Tombstone, A. T. T. J. "Drum, AtTORNET AT LAW. OFFICE IN VICKER's building, 431 Fremont street. Tombstone, A. T. E. P. Vo.'aird. A MATER AND NOT ART P0M.IC, ALLEN STREET, Tombstone, A. T. , CbJLrle Ackley, , CIVIL IXOINEER AND DEPCTT U. 8. MINERAL Surveyor, louibrtoue, A. T. titSte oa tr- atout street, bstweon iusXh auu Heveatn. J. V. Vlckei, Seal tstati aoent, adctiokeer, convet anoer and Mining Operator. Fremont street. Dear fifth, 1 omivtone, A. 1. A. G. Lowery, AtTORSET AT LAW, FREMONT STREET, BETWnES ' Fourtn and mil, 'iouiustous, A. T. Will " nraotiea in all courts. Atcent lor mining proii " arty. Ooi.-reyiuciuK and collecting promptly attenrie'i to. Keferenoes given. t. M. KM ITU. W. EARL. O. W. RPAULDINO. Esu-I, Sm'th is Spa,uld.'nsr. AtTORNETS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. OFFICE in Drake's blook on Pennington street, Tuuson, Arisona Territory. , John Roman, ATTORNET AT LAW, TUCSON, ARIZONA. Webb Street. ' ATTOBSET AT LAW, 113 K0CBT1I STEEET, TOM atona, AriJona. J. W. Stump, Attowcft and counselor at law, ROOMS 2 and 4, Epitaph Building, Fremont street, Tmbtone,A. T. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory, ana attend to business before the Department at Washington, 1). C. 8cial attention given to U. fci. patent and pension biis'usaa.- ' , Epitajih tjuilTiig, Tombstone, A. T. Dr. F. Heller, Puanrxjjc ad ruTsiciAM. orrici o run street, below AlUn, Tirubstons, A. T. O. BUCKALEW. BUCKALEW & Florence, PimI County, A T, Silver King, Final County A, T, Casa Grande, Pinal County, A, T.. Globe, Gila County, AT, AF ull Stock of Dry Good BOOTS, AXD SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHIXG, FANCY GOODS, HOISERY, AND MINING SUPPLI HARDWARE, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGAKS. ALSO FLOUR, GRAIN, LUMBER, AGENTS FOR FALK'S MILWAUKEE EXPERT BEER. ETC., SILVER Groceries, laiquors, Cigars GRAIN, FLOUR, MINING SUPPLIES, Etc. S .The GLOBE STORE Plats, Caps, ining Supplies FLOUR AND GRAIN, IN JFAQX AT OAS A GRANDE "WE ARE DOIMG A Groceries, Provisions, Grain, Flour, Produce, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc. Prompt Attention Given to Goods Consigned to our Care r WE 'OR ID HI JL.T-V.E1 JEZT2T ' Mark Goods "Care of R, & Q. Casa FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA 6EIEEAI -WILL ALWAYS BS FOUND- KING KEEPS COKSTAKTLY ON HAND A FULL LINE OF BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, KHTVER FAILS TO HAVE A GOOD STOCK OT Hardware, Wagon Material, Groceries of Evey Description, TO SUPPLY THE WANTS OF THEPEOPLE ISJUR GREATEST AIM vt OS? w CJa ft 't-4j w ff" BEING ALWAYS SUPPUED WITH ARE ALWAYS PREPARED TO CONTRACT OB1 IMIG HI1TE K,-T OIR .2T"5T FEBI&HT TO ANY POINT IN THE TERRITORY. JOSE M. OCHOA. OGHOA 1" s STORE kJii 1 jt- f CAPS, and Tobatseo, Grande, A. T. S-liaeis,, Mais, TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1884 A GE9I FOR TVEBY riOXTK. JANTJ XT. Bv her who in 1i- m i nh t Kra K kiu ave tant -hoo d ba worn; They w 1 i nrt h-r c nt-ncj Truu trisutdab p and fltiektr. rSBBUART. 1 FVbmarr-l orn i fiDt f.cerl 7 -titi pe c rf nnnd, Five-doin fpou. p kfiun d irom car, If A.ej tti au.ihyrt ear. MAMCB. WVo in th a wor fl of otir their tym JnMrcb fJrntoLu b 1 b w.a , la nay, of pfii. firm nd b bVf, And wear a b.o daLoua to their v rsTtx ATHT . 6H whrm from Apr 1 date ber jb ra Diamntioa -boulrt t, et bit: tara Fraiutec tatict-flow ; t i-rt a E-A-bia ol .LMtxeuic ia 1ob. Ml. Vhofl'Btbehr'M-tN) .jr Irfdav n -1 r mt'i f.w- t flown m 'itb of May, U1 warit an rmeia l a her llift, feiaJ b a:o.d audhti pj wHo. Who rome with u uuier t ihln farth. And own tn Jiina her day f t rib. With raw if sa e ou her ba d, hCklih, vej,h and lug lite com-uand. JTJLT. The gr'owiiiff ruby rh -uM d m Thore h in w tu J ry am b rn; T hen w jj they be - xi:;pt art f reft From JoTa' uouLt a U auxi ty. r a Mrdontx. or for tin K cmjupa te i- ity; 'lhtr Aukuk1o u w.thout thfa rtinc, 'lia aid, UiUoi .ir- ub ovd a.d aluaie. SKPT VDE . A fnir1f d bm wb u ait ma learei Ai ru tiiutf in 8 ) U mbrr a ret s-, a pup h.re n i 1 1 br w nhoiil- b ud cure d aeas d be mitid. OCTOBEB. Oct berTa child ia m o? woe, At.d :ifV vi.;ii-i u d m'it ki,w; Sut an 01 i d ei breaar, a ud b pe wil .n i iho e w. e .o rest. FOV MPEB. V"ho firt cofea mi ih a wr d be'ow till drear KovernberV f g ad -unw Khoa d pr.x ihe toz' au.br hue, iub.czu U trieisdi ana uea true. dkccmbch. froM D-cembor : a.e v u itrth Hem utT of tuovr, aii-1 ire, au l mirth P . tm vnnr hud a turqan e bluj; Suowa a wt;i u ten wbate cr you c-o. The IliusE Gleakiks. Mr. Wa'ter AmmiJon laid his knife nd fork down with a gesture of absolute despair. "Not poinp; to clean lionsa afmin, Mr. LVnt-iict ! Why, it seeuw as if e liiui only just recoveie.l Jrom the dre ul ful tearing a pr.ic ss of la t spring r Mrs. 3tueil: t sloaiy dropped fonr lnmi'S of 8 i:ir into hii od'ue, t he handed it to liim, u:ter!y rt-gurdtoss of Uio mistjry in his tcj. " JJrvad ui r- Hring np !' tbntV per fect noust iiie, Mr. A ii!uii!(ii). As if you w-r.s very inu h iacoitreuieuued 'ln.t Mty wliil tlio ca pttB wer up and tou eidtiiina do 11 and the paiu mif jroiu 011. Of curse I almil c:ea i ; it'j m v lmli t, aud Uas heeu for tw.-a r odl years." Mr. Ammidm gave a Hltln Rroan at thu sad ffile that awaited hiir that awititeil all b.t hulors in Unrli g h us .- iu t'ne shape of several conseetit.v. d ys of bare 11.x rs nnd t.ie odor of simo ; of co'd uiin irs ui'eu wliriev. r .t w 1 ronvicnnt to set Hi diniusr laide : ..f Mrs. Bene iict iu a 3'jrouic bt to of lu-t-t'e and Ciossue-a. and tie servant i ui pudt lit, tir.-d, uid sulky ; of viile-o;ei diMira aud windows ivhtre thediaught tore through. He was a gentleman, how. ver, Mr. Ammi '011 was. a d so repressed hi ni temper and dUust an I tuuiitai maleitiir tioti.s tint house clean nj wna a pur tna'ieion.i instisatmn of his SitiUiiv majexty lor the torment of mankind. " We'll lie mi nice and s veel an i clean," Mri. Beunlict eiit on, w.l horrible cueeitu uess, "and I've l-eei. tl'inniti!? timt iM have your rooms nenly pnp red, Mr. Amuiidon, I'm surj yo.i'ii Lu.e tnat. "Very m-ich when it u done, ma dam." And he rnt his meal short and ru-die out ui doors into thj cjol, fiebh Ootoi.er air. Ah, bah ! I can already emergence the agonies of last spring! (J0.1.I beHveu! tue w.miai mu.t In uiule of cunt-iron to attempt sncli a siege urain. It Is no w.indtr her hus!and died if he uff r;d tno attiii ks of house-cleaning a year, and I shall die or . to t crazy un less I leave her but I suppose all wom en are equally idiotic!." A groan of genuine misery broVe from his lips as lie s rodo akmy, h g hat i immed oer hi-i eyes very un ike the liandaume gentWman he r. ally was, trith his frank, c lie try face and pleasan mouth, with lit wnice, even teth. aiid the half-curling, thick. dri ha r, auc the grave, iute.ligent eves, rit nothiu could ruffl 1 as the idea of Lira, ftei.'e d ct's seuii-aunu d "tearing up" rourteu, retimd, genial geutlim;ti. whura society found a puzzle iiecaus:- ! his DersJitent, bschel r lood. when it Un-w f at least a half-doz n women w would have jumped at the faiutowt, chance of an offer of m mage from who bini-elf wond red why he n hal fallen in love aud whom pretty lie Mrs. B.dduin, the blue-eveil, bloLid mired widow, with no incumbrance, a house ot her own. and an income o) S:t,(K)0 i year, often felt quite piqued with that he was so very ntnuipr. asible. S Mr. AmmidoTi strode aloncr, a' most iiiecha.'ieally turaiug comers, liia aoe gTailua'ly pioin;; slower, and then all nt once he heard the brilii uit tone.- of a a 10 ns f-ome skiile,! hands plavel, and, looking n. found himself in front of a wai inly lihe 1, clie-ry, hoaiiitiible hiiuse the very house where Mrs. Be ie Msddtiii liv.-d. The ontra-t was so strikingly vivid between the p ctures in his imagination that he involuntarily pans nl .me. the picture of the way Mrs. B-nediet'n l)oin Jiug house wou!' lo ik m it day, 1 he oilier u) how Mrs. Baldwin's e egaut btt'e home always appeared when he ea led there and as it apieared no v th ough ihe lace eiutaius qjuet, warm, lio pi'alt'e, iuvitinj.'. And like a revelation from heaven it came to him an id a, a deteruiiuaMou hat was so strong, so resi.-,tl. ts t'at ho w t ked forlhwilh up Mrs. B ihlwuY Irout steps nnd rsng the dour be 1, won t'erin an he d d why the music hud soiVM'd aud where t'-i- (liver ha t go 1 . " I'd m.irrv h-r f she'll have me, ain then w. ll see how manv tim ' a y. af the house i. c!. aii (l : t hat is, if Then the door .p-ned ami the maid invit d him into the. pol -r, with the in formation that Mr Bddviu had ju-t run into a neig'dior's ly tlie side gato. int would lie lm -k ilirecrly if tin so. hi'il wms better she ha 1 gone to s e. Mr. A nun 'ion enn-ai-ed h mse f n the eai st ihair in the room a giviu, tb e;. Mp, eiishioned affair that irawn np bv the HiUe lo la'jle umler the chan e icr. "Bi :. her pretty blue eyes! G n to se a sieU child; I Ilk-- that I lue i ! What a hk's dug taut it occurred to me to oil'ur lavRcilJ to Hitch a good-hearted, 4 v v ft heel f !, f lid r, fond l ife, woman n lis) is; a id wli-t a mrieiil u- (W; : uve been nos iu h v.; d' U ' it long Why, honeMb', teel at if 1 h d b . ill h.e w th her nil a yti:;; 1111 ltetitiv. I hue b-en and 11 vo.' knew it." His hands niu h ad 1. am d eomforta hly again -t the cnahions, and his we:. sn:ieil. well boot d feet were cro8-doii a low ottoman ne,ir t.:e fir, that burn cosily and brilify. Ho waited ten twenty thirty min tit en, and when she did ot come at t: xii r.i.i -n f t nee quarters of an ho o Mr. Atnmidou wai coiiseious of a kei-n disappo ntiu-nt th it asm i&hed hiim It. " At all events, uiy object s'mll l 11c eomplis'ied, no tar as 1 en aocompl.'a.. it." lie thought. Ami he look h's gild and ivory pet. and wrot - an aidoiit, c mrtcon-, und 111 ably eiger siatem-i.t of his aw, a.ski... her to he his loved w.fe, and begged u;, atuwer on the morrow, when she should be vi.-itiug Mrs. Benedict. "I accideiitU'y learned you ere to take tea with irs to-morrow night," h wrote, "and I mm-t know at o ;e when I meet you if I am t ie bless, d man hop-itobe. If you can look favoiabb on my suit let me know by auswenn ; ye' to the first question I put to y .h. If it u otherwise 1 will no; trouble" you further." Thi n be signed himself suitable, pnt the folded a .d addressed note innspicu-ou--ly ou the top of a pde (If newsiap. r and sheet music on the p'.aho, aud too his leave, i i a strange whirl of excite ment and extiecta ion. Half an h ur kt?r Mrs. Bal Iwin enme in, htoj'piug ns she pas-ed the dining room door lo spak to the girl : "You cani-d al those par hmii the music up stubs, Annie, as I told you V" "The verv minute the genii m-n went away, Mr. Bddiu. It wa. M Aurmidon. and he caao just us you went out," "Oli, that's to- bad that I was net in I Mis. .M.irv'a little Edi.h is ery, vry s ck, Alin e." And to Mrs. Bddwia never knew ' the pruciom letter, as she sat ther alone by the fi e, thinking of the ci 1 1 she had mist-ed villi genu n- s r n and paling cheeks and ejes lull of d..- ppointimnt. for pretty Mrs. Bis-ie, wit'i her sof blue eyes and rebediously curly hair nd small, perrect ti-ur e, was more in terested iu the hambouiti bac'iel- r thai she cared to admit, even to In rs If. The next day she dressed with unn tial cure for her afternoon visit to M s Bern di rt, votderiug, as she baste I tin .ift little rueliiug in the neck of he: tl.ieveless velvet j icket, and adjustin "he poufs of her black fcilk uverskli-'. hether or not Mr. Ammidon ml; Uiink she looked well, and whether, p ibly, he might not escort her homo So her eyes were dancing with rad ' nine sunshine and her checks wero Hushing a most delicious rose p nk Lu , and her lovely mouth dimpling in be witcLing smiles, vhen Mr. Ammi Ion came into the eittiug-rooiu, several min utes before the time for the dmuer-liell toring Mr. Ammidon, handsomer tliau she had ever seen him, in a dark bine cothsiiit, with white tie, ami his face so grani ly intelligent nnd anim t cl a he poke, very quieilv, b it wit'i a 1 his fate iu h s words aud she so suiiiiirr, SO nilCOUSlMOIlrt. " I am v. ry glad to see yon, Mr. Baldwn. Diiln't you liud it very cool this nltdruoou V" T'uen she met his gnze, anl hating herself because her hi art was t'.irobb.ng so g ndly t w.uht of bun and KMiisiiig ner -elf because ho bad t,ir 1'ed her from I end to foot. Then, utver linowins her 'atiwiiR in it, h- turned her lieant fill fi,Ce eareie s Iv avav and withdrew her hand, and a i- s veieil him : "No; thought it was chari.ingly pleasant." Ami Mr. Ammidon recoiled as if li hal l een stiuc'i a dreadful blow, and e uld not, for t :e life .f him, consol liiiuwlf witn the o rtiv.etiou thai w iui were lools dud meu were well rit 1 them. The neTf day he told M s T3ti-dict he. would Uol want b:s apa tnients au longer, ad h id his trunks packed and sen' to a hotel. Mr. Ammidon determined to kill two bir.ls with one bt ne to get out of the m issiliiiitv of havi i' to miet often M s. Bih diet's friend, the pretty, meicilcss, hi tie woim-n, ban whom he had nevei oved nnothi r, and to make his home tthi re house-cleaning vns unknown, and li"wie rieil until her ey 8 i-rs r-i alio swollen to think how eiit.rel.. iudiff. rent Mr. Amiui 01 was b her. And ihe winter r pt sol Hy along in foft, white, snowy roles. and sev. r.d times Mrs. Baldwin saw Mr. Mnmidoii driving pat. alt 'ough he didn't do nior. as he ia-M d than glance eaielescly at the window and bow. Ai d the sweet, warm spring days came, mud with perfuuiy hint of ro.ies ami riKHib lie, aud tresh emerald baves and iml ing vines, ami bursting b Ossom-, lie Bessie Biildwtn s fa e, 111 t le siiap lie union autiit, tlie 1 levitalile s-pr.ug exning that inut lie undertaken ami co i pb hen, 110 mattir how tempting ly balmiiy mi ishine and fragr.t'it breezes and cloudless skies clamor for prom enades nnd drives in order to welcome them. " Tii us it happ- ned that Mu. Baldwin was eusconsed iu one of her chumbeis, with a blue veil tied tight y over In r golden ha r. and her muslin dress p-nned np iu fiont, dipclosiiifrravislnus y-lovely txl despite the half w n Ui..t, tviih n baskt t Ijiug iu reailituss bes.de her, and her f.ti htul a ly, Aiiui", waidng to cou Bign piles of waste to deathly iyuomiuy, aud tha piper and tagman. "Ouly one pile more, Annie, and areh'i yon glad we're nearly done? Here, you sort the papers, and I'll see that nothing worth saving has been put wi'h the music." Aud a miuute after the soft, mstl'ng stiilness was broken by a sudden ejacula tion fiom Mrs. 13a dwiu. aud Annie looked np widr-eyed, to see her remling a pen cued note with paling face und trembling lips. ' It'a a letter I los, thut's id', Anni-. Go on with the p ipers. There is a nuui at the door. I'll go down. You can fiubh. ' And with a fluttering heart and eyes that wire siupieioiiely bright. Mm. B s bie went d-wu stars, ghid of 111 oppor tunity to g' t v.ay by herself a few uiin-nle-i to think it all over, to try to rvnhze that it was true that Wa t r Amiu.Uon had love.l her. And she brushed awny tear that wen? b -tlr raptmous at.d fud of disappoint liient and fear, and peind the tro. t d " r t-i Wa ter Amiiiidoii. H i bowt-d with a lit tie look of snr prise and ehapr.n, f aifnl lest, now th t his l'-ve fir Be. sie Baldwin had over- awd t. liouinrm-ies. a id tor- e I hi n to 1 sei oud attempt t win her o'o tint uad liecomj more piveioui in pro) rtiou ii it aeomed Tin,ofei.'.,elearf id lest ' Ci tu'iig, aa suggesled by h-...- uppear-11-e. was iiioppiiriuue am' awk ard. But Mr-. tUldwiu Hiislied, and.-iml -d, ind looked levch , dsp.tc the o.d bluj v. il. And then he su ldetily dis.iovere l she held n her hand 1 tie note he had writ ten her six moidii a mo. She uusw. red 1.1s inquiring look as she conducted him into the parlor. " have only tlim 1110. u. nt real your 1 t er. Oh, Mr. Ammidon, "what in 11 t ion have tiiouyht ot mi a I this time?' His lace lighted gloriously "Teat cu were the s .-etest litfli Inrling in all the wora', whom I loved so, nd waited so, that I came again to day to plead lay cailse. Bessi , coa-sid'-r that lei t r written just now what And she drormM her white veliita snd half averted her sweet, blushing fa-e, and the answer came through h r parted lips, so low th it oulv a lover's ear wonld havi known she said, " Y-." And Mr. Ammi.lon never finds fau't when his wife "cleans house," because he knows if it ha I not lieen for that abused institution ha might lie a lonely laclulor in Mrs. Benedict s establishment. Foreign Minister. Tlie fol'owing is a list of the countries to which the Government of the United Srates has sent represt ntatives.as Minister-, aud their sala ies: Aiventiue Itepubl.c Ifinl-iter Fe-iient 47.0UO. Ausiria Hn-'irsry Envoy and U niater Pien lpi'entiary, $ 12.IMK). Bsitinui .1111 so r Resident, $7.5 '0. 1 olivi- Mu.Liter ltesid nt snJ Oousul Gen eral. 35.IK 0. Hr z. -Euvoy snU II nisti-r Pienipoteuli ry. $12,'iiM. tiu 1 al American States Minister Besid nt. $i'.t0. Ci Hi Envoy and M ni.tr P.ebipofc nliiry. $10,0 K). Oniii Eavov and Minister Plcniro'entiary. $l2.0n(i. Culn nH5, Uui ed SL.tas of Ministur Ri ten. $7,501). Penuiark Ch r:e ifAfT.i'os. f 5,001. France -Envoy and Mn i.ier ruiiiputeutiarv. ?I7.5 '. Crermsnr - Envov ana Minister rieuijoten 1 iv, Si 7.500. Giy.- Jlr.ia n-Envoy and v inister Pleni o-u-i.tirv. SI7 50e. Haa 1..11 n !s VlmtcT B silent, t7,50:i. T alv -Euvut au I M.uis er P.. nipaio jiutrv. tiaitlO Juiau Envoy and Miniater PlenipotentU-y, i:2.om. Li eiU MinlklirK si lent and Con;nl Gn dul. tI.oiio. - Mexi.-o E ivovsnl Minuter rienipjtentisrv, J'2IHI0. N tU-rUnds M ni t r Redenr. 87 5". Par guav aud Uraguay Onargu d'affjrjs. So. 00. I'eiu- Envoy and llinigltr Pienipote-tutiy $tll.(M. Portntl Chargo d"Affaire. $3,010. . K'i a-Ejvovand St luster PirnmuUntiarv. 617 5011. S.iKiu-Eavoy and Minbter Plnipotnt.iirv, rl.()ii(i. Sveden and Norway Minister Hunid.-nl. i7,5eO. oitorlnn-l Chne d'Aff iirm. 85.00.1, Tiiruv-M n tr Hi i lem. $7 50 Vciii-zuela il ni-U r U tei.t $ .500. A Beautiful Answer. A little brother and sister were talk i g alwuit lu me and their love foe it. I wouldn't swap my home for anv other in the wim Id." said th.i sister. "Oh. f don't so," w:-s the boy Vt ref.pons . ' I think that Wi.ly A 's hom is as petty as ours It's hiujjer ; aid ii's t more thi r.n in it. I think I'd like 10 sHp onr- for that." "But woul jou like 1 1 give np your father aud liiothir for his?" asked his si-ter. "A'i i would you ra'h-r have his si-.ter than yonr- ?" " No, I wouldn't want that," said the bov. ' " Well, to swap home means that," (aid the s nsile sisie:; for a hi me itself i-u't a home. A home is your father and mother, and bioMu-rs and sister-, and every diing you hav-inihe h use." Wasn't that well said Isi 't t here a 1 ru h in t Ik ise words which is bid from many of the wise and I rud nt nnd revea'ed unto babes ? A well ui uisbed 1 o.ise is not a home. A home is the life and love which the txmilyin ihe house represents. W m nld swa his home tor a rich ueigh our"b? S md'iy S hixd Timet. Wetting tlie Pencil-Point, . The editor of the Mitiiu apolis TrV.xtn wiys tliat, wdh the exception of nev.Sin ta-r men. nearly every pel -on w.-ts th poait of a lead-pencil with his toiiioi lie fore using it. By actual c uui it was scerta'ned ihat of titty jieisous wli. came into the countiug-iootu bj write a-' advertisement or church uotic-fort-ii 11 ett. d the iiencil in their mouths la-foi. nin it. F.rst, an inict- an, whisk- riukiug dra man thoughtfuily su. k.n 11 whde tortnriuu himselt in theeBbit' rile an adveitisem nt for a lo t bull a$. Then a t.wett-1 'king young la i ame into the office, with k d gl ves tim! uttoned half the lougth of her ain . She picked up the same old eucil ai ". uressed it to her daiuty lip. preparah r to . writing an adve'tiseineiit tor a I ra elet. And then 1 ut why contain i-uch a disapieeal'le subject? Thjtuoi.. .f the L-ssou ia obvious. A cxosB oliservi r o aims to have dis p o-ed the story about au ol wrinxi c its hea.i off by looking at a uuui vh w,w waUmg around it. He writ s lino he placed an owl ou a post, 111 d lerjan i walk rapid y r nod it. The lar. round ee followed him through thre cir. les, ai d he b-cau b wonder why the he-id didn't drop off. wlnui lie li. covered that the neck had a nv-back liiotio i Wiiii h. when the h-ad hud beea turned lialf way nr nod, whis'o d it back through thecire e, ai.d brought the gaze again u. on him with such p eeision and so quickly that the movement had three times escaped his notice The Bean's Than'?. Some accidents tt-cm to have hap .etieil ou purpos.-, so pature t-iey. l-'or atau e: A c-rtain Dean of E y was once a a .iiuuer. win 11, just usih cloth was r.t- 1UV0I, t:lO SUtj Ct Of d s OU'B) hap eiied to lie tunc if cxtruoidiuary luui . ity among iawyeis. We h .v lost," said a genileman. ' not less tliau sevu euiiuenc barristers a us UiHiiy months. ' The Dealt, who -.us very deaf, ibio ;nst at the conclu 011 ut these remains adjjavo the cum a y grace: "tor ibis nnd every other mercy uako us divou'ly thankfut." 1 03 Sma t. Sme men, aud b.-ys also, - .ro .on ut as Ui thiuk the- can dip8" W1 n .i-.uwty. riuehuau by o-e'' u m tves, as did the boy i-ltt".d to h : A y.ui.itst. r was Pf t.ke a 1 Iter to V,!810 1"-V cue postage v- ; fcturue.1 tti-'oiy rj?- J 8'd. Father, s. d a lot if J u l,ntlaiD tetters in a lit.l -n'ave "Ul' w"e" Uu one WaS looking, I i, xl jours ia for nothing." NUMBE'R2. The Fanner'i IITiW - 'Tm kinder lookin' tamh J tCi Ket lor a i.md man, tar-xe!i -1 he stoTiped at o e of the '-etyt:-. . .;i.i.-.. i x . . - . . . nun m ai an 0111011. "llMer 11 i lie, but yet, I kinder hope I won't b; able to find h m." . ' Hon'sthat?" " Wall, there ain't no profit ia a hired man no in re. No, sir, he's no good any long r." 'What'., the reason?" . O, a dozi 11 rasous. First and fnife-' most, t m-s have changed, aud the hired man lias changt d with them. Ah ! sir, it luaki s me sad when I think of t.e hired m-n we had before the war great bij fellow-, with the strength of an x and t ie im of a lo oniotive. I' d du'i h ive to hod r my luugsout to get -ue o 'cm out of bed at 3 u'eket iu the in miiig, and it was nil I could do to' cool 'eui Jo go to bed at 10 o'clock at" u g it. I'm afraid wo shan't never seo no more l.ire.l niau wuth kepiu' arouud fr lheir 1 ajar I. - TWa rad." ; -- "Its sad and more, too. Sow, as 1 sad, 1 want a hired man. I'm willing to piy 4ll or SI 2 a month for a smari 0 ie. Some farmers want a man to woik all day ami al. 11 3 Lit, l,ut tuat ain't ruic. 1 liavo nev. r as d one to get out of bed betoie 3 o'clock in Ver. I alius ivi my men threi -quarters of an hour a? 1. 0011, mdes, the In gs git oiu, or cattle lre k. 111, or a show, r is coming 11 p Aoer a man has wi.rked right along for g l or nine i, urs his system wants at east halt au hour to biace np in. They don t quit work ou siioe lurins till 6 o'o.oj , bat I'm io.iHjils elnvKlriver. Ac huf l-ast 7 1 toll ray ma 1 to feuojk oft'. A 1 he ''.is to do sifter that U to fe-si tlu stoclr, cut a little woo , mow v grass . ur iue horses, nii.k lour .ci), titl np ihe wat r-liougli. stifrt a siTii.n., iri'the s:moke-hotiS3 and pull a fe wt. . i;i the : a-den. I newr irfwt a in s whfl " udu'tgroiv fat on my w ,v s, n ;'rthey adus 1. ft m-i teeling tha' U.v,itn.l't . naif . nrued their waj- g." V, 2 - ' "- He B-opped ioag eiiotigh t. I tfiSri from hi, t and tneu went i"V-i . ,., f " An I now look at the liireasfrrtm to day ! lie wei.rs white shiits uh -i,c2'-lars. iie won't eat with a kuifeV"' fis " wants iiiipkins win n he cats, and if wo , don't linin; tii n clean towel once a week : he wipes on his h ind'i. rchi r. C dl him at 3 aud he gets np ut 6. He wants a w ho e Hour at noon, aud alter snur ho trots o3f to sihir.ng-sciiool or sits down to a newnpaper. iiiteeu years ago if :ny hired man was si. k half a day I could dock h.m. If he died I couM . t ike out j nioutn's wages for the trouble, tie whm g.ad to get store-orders for his aay, ami Mould wash in the rain-barrel aud wipa on the cloth -a- iue. There's oeen a change, sir an awful chaugi, and if a reaction don't set in pretty :oou ou will witness the downfall of agriculture iu this country." " Then you won't h.re another? " " Wall, I can't just say. Wort i3 powerfully pressing, but I'm going slow, ilef ore i hire hmi I waut to know whether he's a man who'll pass his piato fo.- more lueut and titers, and whether we've got to use star, h in doing up his' shirts. The last man had toon me to task for not holding family prayers; twice a day, and, after had done so for three mouths, 1 found it waa ouiy a game of his 10 beat lae out of half an hor a day. Ha tiiought he uad a pretty sott thiug, ami he looked mighty lone some when cut ' Old Huudreu" down to two lines, and (.ot through with the Lord'o prayer ui forty seconds." Ffe Vts. Anecdotes of Dueling. Frederick th-i G eat was so heartily oppo-ed to duelling that ha resolved to put a stop to it, at least in his army. He i-ued an order that the first party n aying in a duel without his cons nt should be summaiiiy punished. Ou tlir veiy next day a.tr the promulgation o! tma old r, an officer ajpeared before h m, and asked his permi.-sion to chid lene u com a le to mortal comliut. He gave his eons.-uf. but stipul ited that lie ; should b not. tied befoiehand of the' time aheii, the place where, the du'-! as to tie fought. The hour appointed for the conflict' arrived ; ai U wl.eu the belig, rent pariirs3' a saied noon the gronud they fonnd ihe K.iig there ; and, to their gr.-wt sur-. pribe, saw u gibbet eitetcd on ihe spot ! ihe challenger appealed to Frederick to know v hat ih it meant. "It mi ana this," answered f!i9KiDg,. sternly : "I intend to witness your ba-itle until one of you has killed Ihe tnei ; and tuin I will haug tho sur vivor ! " It may be readily believed that ths" duel was not fonuht, And, thenee- Joi ih, nuel ng was a raie event in the i'rusMau army. ilisrlateoof thel t - Jndge Thatcher,', of M -iue, that., while a meiuotr of CouV gr. si-, he was cha.lenged by a Vroti er m uiwr to tight a due . Tue Jndge, u.-i all u ho knew him coilid knowingly avow,, was not denoieut iU animal courage ; but he was opposed to dueiuig. To his cha.leiiger be made auswt-r, in his bluff, otT-.i na ay : "I will go and consult my wife ; end,' if Sue consent, be sure I mid Juconmo dute you." " Uu ! You are a coward !" cried the ;th.r. Whereupon ri sponded Thatcher, with a nod, and a inot sign iiaiit smile of contctopt t . ... Ay., yon thought I wai, (r yon n ver w.uiJ have ciiulitHgeci md I " In the memoirs or tno Marquis ?3 uAinnisau, 110 was mi st eari.eat in his 'Pposition to the duebo, we fiud the o.iowuig : Oae day he overheaid two rave roli.ier.s, lie.ongiug to his cavalry,' ,ust wiuiiing up a heated and angry da. lite by dialing their swords for 11 ortal combat. The ihaJlenge had bet n given,' i..ti lnstautiv accepted. -' Ho a : On j moment 1" the Marqriis xcia.med, as he caiu upon the scene. ' Whi h of ou two, think , "ill have :.o idcasiiic of robbing himself ot a fr.euu aud a brother, and, at the same c me robh ug me of one of my best and ., u.v. st so Uicrs ? Hiv we no enemies, tuat yt-u mil l turn Joiu swords against .ie MUotUei ? ' . Fir a bii f space the two men loosed low.i, evidently fueling f.ish a id Ma- cieucs-sir cken. The they sheathed t air piB, an .o ne ta ld ; ani ...jieth'-r luanked their ioid for tut gocd u ad doue liieui. - Tor ths Hurried hungry. M'wy 'ired men who have eaten little" 111 mg bnsiuess hours, and wiio hav a vv niiuntes to pare before the boat or niu start-, try to find ti mporary rehef 111 acnii re dysp psi i by hastily eating terry pie and d luKing ftrry beer orlem- inile. A phvsciau n-omnmeiidj that hi such au emergency the famihins and .liiisty man should take a few small law. 01 nis with red pj.pjr, the juies of th ,-l-.ima not being waited. New York J'uit.