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-tv "SS'V ' j: T ; - .('.J- it Vol. xvm. Astoria, Oregon. Saturday Morning, February 24, 1883. No. 125. "TVfWM. Sf I1 a IfSWltii sw B 9 I ' K lis w$ j iP m Jl'lill' H ('& WESTERN MINERS. If it miner has not complied with all the requirements of law his claim (or mine) can, on the second New Years dav following thedateoflocation.be re-located by himself or others who mav be on the ground before him. It thus happens that on every New Year's day in a mining district there is much strife in the numer ous attempts to secure claims sup posed to be valuable. The Salt Lake Tribune notes several inci dents, more or less ludicrous, of the kind indicated. A pereon btuck up notices on a claim near a cabin in which three men were sleeping awaiting early morning to locate it. The locator, after securing the claim, thought fully woke the boys to tell them they needn't get up so early, as the claim was located. One party on a location, who owned it till 12 o'clock, stood two others off until that hour on his rights as owner. At exactly 12, he put his notices in the split stakes and sang 12 o'clock before i the others, who had no watch, knew what time it was, andrthen drove off. A prospector started out with his notices written and m his pocket. He lost them on the way, several miles from town, had no pencil nor paper, and returned home while another man located the claim. Tho entire 450 men out that night had to eat their whisky and milk. Everything froze solid and the bottles broke. Meat, butter, bread, apples and cake were frozen hard. There was a little episode in Quigley's Gulch, wherein three bad partners had made it up to re locate themselves in a claim and leave out the fourth partner. The latter had previously been warned against coming upon the claim that nigJit, and was told by a friend that his partners were going to relocate it all by themselves; so he secured a rifle, and after the three bad partners had gone up to the mine he crawled up on the shady side of the gulch to a cabin below the claim about 100 yards, and there watched. At 11:45 his partners started up to stake out the ground and put up notices, whereupon, with a fearful yell, he turned loose with his gun, and could sec the crusted snow fly at every pop just over his partner's heads. They heard the bullets humming so near their cars that a panic seized thorn, and they fled for town. As soon as they were out of Jsight he quietly walked up and located it all to himself, and left his bad partners out in the cold. Jouu Our tin with his partner went to relocate a claim up on Su gar Loaf peak, the highest range or divide between Deer Creek and Bullion. In trying to step too long a pace to set his end stake to the top of the peak at some croppings, his big-soled boots slip ped upon the snow -crust which, by constant exposure to the sun in the daytime melted, and again lrozc in me stiaae until it was a sheet of ice down the mountain side and very precipitous. John went head first, following his hat to the bottom, 500 feet, and lit on a big snow-drift. His clothes were torn and his finger nails worn off by clutching at the crust. Get ting up to see if he was all there, he heard his partner calling, and hallooed back. His partner sheuted: What ycr doing down there?" and John was so mad he answered: uWas getting so cold, I came down after wood." In fifteen minutes he lit a fire in tho grove ke arrived at so suddenly, and was joined by his partner thirty min- utes later, who was exhausted, ! John concluded that the joke was Jon his pard, after all. . A. well-known Bullion miner named Mike Hynes hud told all the boys he had several rieh loca tions to jump between the noted mines. Before Christmas day he bad a draughtsman and expert to draw off his notices and put each one in a box on the claims he intended jumping. Being a little behind time on New Year's eve, he was coming up the gulch to tack up his boxes, and the first square view he got of his intended claims was one calculated to make his hair stand on end, as sitting on each end of the seven claims and upon each of the seven boxes was a man, and each man had a Winchester repeating rifle pointed at Mike, who was so amazed that he passed by each one, merely re marking: "Good evening! Happy New Year!" And he didn't feel very well until he got iutc a sa- loon at Bullion, where he braced up and remarked that he guessed he hadn't lost any mines, and he wouldn't give $5 for all he had come to jump. Nobody said a word. The mute appeal of. those rifle barrels as Mike looked into them was believed to have been cnoujrh. Longstrect at Gettysburg. As yet no Federal musketry had broken out, our veterans knowing too well the value of every bullet in a crisis like this. Still the assaulting lines continued to march on, until it seemed from where I was standing, that the leading ones touched the breast works along our center. Then, and only then, a vivid flash sprang from the earth, followed bj a sharp rattle as the Federal skirmish line opened fire. The volley had no apparent effect on the Con federates, who continued to ad vance steadily, sweeping the skirmishers before them, like chaff in the wind. A minute later a deafening crash of musketry broke upon the ear, and we knew that the main line had opened fire. Despite the sunlight, the flame from our men's muskets could be distinguished as it played to and fro along Cemetery Ridge. Then for the first time the Confederate line seemed to waver; but only an instant, for it soon rallied, and as if by one common impulse dashed itself like a mighty wave against tho wall of steel before it. The Federal artillery on the higher ground behind our infantry now tore tho enemy with a storm of iron balls until .it seemed that none could stand before them and live. But the troops under Long street had gained an impetus which carried them clear up to, and at intervals into our lines. For twenty minutes the terriblo hand-to-hand struggle continued, and 1 saw by the sudden movements of Hancock's corps, that his line had been pierced and broken. It was, however, soon reformed; and, al though, the second line of the Confederates joined and strength ened the first, our defense was too fierce and stubborn to be overcome. Finally the attacking force quivered, and a moment later the entire body was in full retreat. Bullet and Shell. A man asked for admission to a show for half-price, as he had but one eye. But the manager told him that it would take him twice as long to see the show as it would anybody else, and charged him double. Remarkable for overcoming diseases causer! by impure -Rater, decaying vegetation, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitten. Last spring a quarter of a dollar would buy in the Walla Walla; markets three pounds of as fine beelste3k a mortal man ever broiled. Now, the bame amount of as good steak make-, a mn strous hole in a dollar. Tin j-anv proportional prices were and ar aske I for mutton and veal. The causes of this great increase in the . local prices of fresh meat aro few. For .several rears eastern buyers bought up, each spring, all cattle ; in this country fit todrive; for two or three years 10,000 railroad i builders have been fed on meat raised in this country; a severe winter or two caused heavy losses in cattle, and the immigration has , been very large. There is little I or no ohance now for a drover to i buy several thousand head of cat tle in Eastern Washington and Oregon, and not much chance of j beef being again as cheap as it j was last spring. IF. IP. Union. Proceedings in congress go to show that quite a number of Ger mans come to tho state?, take out j articles of naturalization, and then return the fatherland, where they j claim exemption from military I conscription. According to the) treaty of 1S68 made with Prussia J a reciprocity of naturalization was! entered into providing that citi- zens of either country residing for ' five years in the other and having ; taken out tho proper papers were bona fide citizens of their adopted I country, but could by giving no-. tice 3tid living there a certain j time renew allegiance to the land i they had left. It is thought that the formation of the new German f empire since then will necessitate j a new treaty. Two rauch-talked-of movements have failed in this country during j the last ten years. One is seme- j thing to make the Chinese go, and J the other something to make Kceley'ii motor go. p! Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ord narv kinds, and cannot be sold Incomp til ion with the mul titude of low test, short vclRht, alum or phosphate Mvders. Soil only in eons. ltOVAL JJaki.vo I'OWDKlt Co.. 105 Wall-st-t n. y. King of tlie Blood Is not a "cure all." it is a blood-puriflcr and tonic Impurity of the blood poisons the sys tem, deranges the circulation, and thus In duces many disorders, Known by different names to distinguish tlicm according to ef fects, but being really branches or phases of that great generic disorder. Impurity oi Ittood. Such are Dufpern(a, ItillUwmixg, Liver Complaint, Conttlpattnn.Xerrmt DU order. Headache. Backache, General rtak w. Heart Dtxcac. Drapty, Kidney Dleaic, Pilct, Rlicumatwm, Catarrh, Scrofula, SUn Dtxordcrg, Pimple. Ulcer. tSuxliinas, dr., &c. Kins: or the Blood prevents and cures these by attacking the rawe. Impuritv of the blood. Cbemistsand phsicians agree In calling It 'the most genuine and efficient preparation for the purpose." Sold bv Drug gists, 81 per bottle. See testimonials, direc tions, &e.,in pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases ol tbn Blood," wrapped around each bottle. D. BAKSOM, SON & Co.. Props sbx&io.n.yT OT5FF ill ' 1 ICraS. ' '' .J v"' 3? M 5r &&i&r smfo Wh h ggS8E&15 1 I SwSI z2Mm,obsx. rw&Aattzrfj?. SSSBSS foSESsar .irZm&fc? THSGREAT Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell- ings ana sprains, uurns ana Scalds, General bodily Pains, Tooih, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and ell other Pains and Aches. Ko Preparation pn earth cqnalj St. J f cats Oil ej a nje, sure, simple cud cheap External Cemcdjr. A trial entails Imt the comparatively trifling outlar of 50 CttiM. and every 3ne Mtfler lng with rain can hare cheap and paitire proof of lis claims. Directions in Eleven XanscsgM. SOLDBYALLDEUQQISTSAUDBEALEHS HI HEDI0THE. A.OGEX,R &; CO., Haltlmorc,2IL, V. ij. A. There is little or no prospect for admibion of Washington Terri tory at this session. Governor Wm. A. .csc well, who is en routei home, telegraphs us from Council t CSStmmriJ 3SA7s :&&&$&& ?S4!X5yAjf5fl& - & SB IbP13ti0mif OUfffifmwf&Hg. XtllUUailLJLLVSlU.m muffs as follews: "Geuer.il 2- S. 5 XK23 jR, hostility to the admission of now ntuLKit in states; short session; short popula tion and political uncertainties will Haj, OatS, SuTaW. probably prevent admission of Wimoii.n.53. y . and g SYUFTOISS OF A DISEASED LIVER. Pain in tho right Jde, under eil.i ot rlb, lncrcainu on pressure; Konipunies the pain Ls on the left aide; tho pnticct U nirely able to lie on the left side; nouic tlmcs the pain is felt under the shoulder und Is sometimes tuken for Rheumrubm in the ami. The stomach is affectol with loss of appetite and sickness ; the bowels in general arc costive, sometimes alter nating with laxity; tho head ls troubled with p lin, accompanied with ttdul!t!iPiivy scusution In the back part. There Ls gener ally aconsidemblelos-j of tncraoryiaccom nauied with a painful sensation of having left undone something which ought Jo nave been cone. A Mlsut, dry cougn u sometime attendant. The patient com plains of weariness and debility; he Is easily startled ; his feet aro cold or burn ing, and he complain of a prickly fonsu tion of the skin; his spirits arc low, and. although he U satistled that exercise would bo bcucticial to him, yet be can scarcely summon up fortitude enough to try it. If you have any of the above symptoms, you can certainly be cured by lhc uof the qcnuine DU. C. 31cI.ACS X.IVKR PILLS. When yon luj McLnne' I'ill. insist on having JK. C. MoLAM?S CELi:. ItltATEU LXVKU TILLS, made by Flem inir Ilros.. Pittsburgh. Pn. if you can not uet tho ccuulnc DR. O. 3IcLAi:S HVlIIi PXLT, send us 25 cents by mnil. nntl n will scud thorn to you. FLEMING BROS.. I'itisburgb, la. IT PAYS TO TJRADE WITH MK ! "WHO ? FRANK ELBERSON, Because my Goods are.lhe Best, and Always Fr.esh. Cake Candles etc., funiLshctlfor Weddim: parties. oiiMiortuoWre, Jtud gturrtiitot-d to give perfect satisfaction. Cako ornamenting :i specially. OppoNtto . W. Itmao'. HEADQT7ARTEKS Foster's Emporium. Most Complete Stock in Astoria JV ovelties of all Kinds Fruit Both Fore!,Tn and .Domestic Wines and Liquors Of Superior Brand. FOSTER'S COENEE, 0 E &K DOCK A. M. J0HNS02T & Co., 4 Dealers In SiilD Cl! CROCKERY & CLASS WARE. . 150 WhoIcs-iIe lealers in I'utiiit, Oils. Varnishes, ;iass, Pultj. .irlist. Oil and Water 1 "Ior. I'ulstt ami Kalvo- mixtc Brushes. oiiantly on hand a full anil choice rick I of Maple awl fc'-uicj ;rucune Only tho j Bost Kt-j't- !tr vock ol CrorUery anil la VI an N ilt. l.nnc.t nmi most Complete Mtrc'. eor up-uctl in Astorls. CoiMi-i!ajof Tv nrd Dtnnt'r Spis, Toilet Sets. (.JIa-, Fruit. :uiti W-:r-r N'l. liar Fixtures. A Muss. 1'nnles.lUMI.: Hot ties Goblets. Tuin- 1 l!fri J.'iito:rule 'uj. &c . Ac. ft nrerjtlri's lil :tt J ovet Living Itnta. fcw:iliij- 4unrnxtccfl. An Examination will more than repay you. Important ? i 'jfJeSff GumfullV ! f J JDLCrUtilLUL till Uui rare vjonees win oe put up under our own private label NONE CEHUIHE Dn'ess bought ot A. M. JOHNSON & CO. N. B. All goods bearing our label are guaranteed to bo strictly Pure and of Best quality, and ara sold by no other House. 1Vool Delivered to Order, Drnying, Teaming and Express Business. Horses ana Carnages for Hire. DKALRIt IX WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS. nitsr cijA.nm Wilson & Fisher, SHIP CHANDLERS. tKi.i:::s in Iron. Stc-el. Coal. Anchors, Chains, TAR, PITCH, OAKUM, WKOL'IMIT AND CUT G.U.VANIZKO rVnllN. Cojit Sails and IStirrs, Shelf Hard vare, Paints and Oils Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds. PROVISIONS, Ageitta for Salem Flouring Mils. Corner Ulienatnui and Hamilton Streets ASTOJtJA. OUEGON. MAGiWS G. GROSBY, Dealer in HAMABE, IBON, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, I'LUMBIIKS AXD STEAM FITTERS Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP HEAD SHEET IRON TIH ANB'GOPPER, CaieryaiiSIlsliernensSflffllies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, Till. COP PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Done with neatness and dispatch. None out first clr.v workmen employed. A large assortments SCALE? Oamteatly ea muwl 1 BANKING AHDiHSURAflGE ! X. W. CASK, i BROKER. BANKER, M INSURANCE AGENT. ASTOKlA, - - - OREGON OKFJCEllb'JKa: FROM 0 O'CLOCK A. il. UNTIL 3 O'CLOCK P. it. Home Mntnai Insurance Co., OF CALIFORNIA. J. K. Houghton CnA. K. S ronw... Oko. I STonr.. ... ..J'lPMk-lU . Secn-tary .Aavnt for P-"-joa Capital piilQ up in U. H. gold) coin . . S 200 OHO W I. IV. CAKi:. Agent. CliouaintLs :trct:t. Astoria, Oregon. 67.000,000 CAPITAL. L1YJ51SL-OOL AND JLOON AND GLOBE, NORTH DKITISH AND MEKCAN- 'TLLE OF LONDON aUD EDINBURGH. OLD CONNECTICUT OF HA.KT FOKD, AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Representing a capital of S07.000.000. A. VAN DDSEN. Accent. PA52.2BK.'S HAIB BALSAM. lias elant drcssjijy is preferred by those who hat e used it, to any .similar aitid;, on ac- I r count cf its supenor cleanliness and purity. 1 xi canuiiw ir-aienaia only thj z are beneficial to thr scalp and hair ss J always Restores the Youth! j! Color Jo Crey or Faied Hair Parker's Hair I!a!saci.k fluy T-crjsmed and s warranted to p-cvear Dlllhg of the hair and to re move dandruff anditchinj. Hticox & Co . N.Y. (c aad (I t'r.-, st lUIttl la drug aaj tprklsii. A Sapzxlalivc Health and Slrcnglh Reitorar. If you are a mechanic or fenner, vrom out rrlth ovenvork. or a mother run da wn by Cenily or house hold duties tiy PAKkEK's C cuk Tt::c. If you are a lawyer. .mni."cr or business man ex Iiaustrd by menral strain oranicu cares, do rot taUe iatoxicatingstimulantSjhutusc Paiker's Ciager Tonic Ifyouhae Consumption, Dypejtsb, Khejma. wm. Kidney Complaints, orar.ydisotderoftliclungs, stomach, boueli. blood or nenrcs.PAKKCR's Gi:.cec Ton ic will cure you. ItisthcCreatist Kood Purifier Mi the Best and Sorest Sough Cure Evsr Uted. If von are watin away from ace. dusination or any d.ae or w cakness ard requite a stimulant take Gives. 't '1 o'C tx once : it will Kivi?otats sndbuild o i up t:on me nrsc aose dui vru cei cr mioj-ira-ur. It has saved hundreds of lives; it may sate jcur. C.'.trrZOV ' nfB '! rebrt.tntct.Prir',f CaFtTaale h c-aptci!bUitM5Jiila tUlatiworll.n.lUfnl.r.W ACT.rl firm ppr.ttout of eiDS'riloc. EcJ fjt circular to IIuax i. t. ?i. x. toe. a ?t me., a isKt a tfns. cv.zxt swnfo crnNc dollau sizs. Itn h srd lasting fracrance has nde tha dHijIitfal perfume exceedingly popalzr. Thero Is uothlng llto It. InsNtupoa hannr Floks-to-i Cologb and look for signature ot .onetetj toitl Anv i!.e? t o drCtr b pr-foavtry tH.EINw r.t M.N.; Ve. SITS. Xotlcc or Application to Purchase y Timber LiandH. US. LAXD OFFICF AT OREGON CITY. OrcRon. January U. 1SS1. Notice 19 hereby pi en tiiat John II. Col vln. of Columbia county. Orepon, has trade application to purchase the SW Hot SWH of HeclO,T7.N. K5 W. Will. Mer., undtfrthe Srovislons of the Act of Congress approved une 3,1875. entitled "An Act for the sale of Timber Lands In the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and In Washington Ter ritory." AlladTerso claims to said tract must bo Hied in the U. S. Land office at Oregon Ciiy. Oregon, before the expiration of sixty davs from tills iiate. Gw en under my hand this i9th dav of Jan uary. 1SS3. L.T.ILVKIN. v3-Ju: Register. .Votlee of Appliration to PnrcuaHC Timber JLnnd. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W.T., January 9th, 1SS3. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress, approved June 3. 1873, entitled "An act for the sale ot Timber Lands in ihe States of California. Oregou. Nevada, and in "Wash ington Territory. William L Smith, of l'a eiiie eounty. Wash. Ter., has th s day filed In this office his application to purch.ise the S Yt of N CWanii N J J of S E of Sec. 31. T. lu. N ot R o w, of thu Willamette Meridian. Testimony Inthe above cjise willjte taken before the Clerk of the District Court at O sterville, Wash, Ten, on Saturday March I'Uh. 1883. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands or any portion thereol are hereby required to file their claims In this office within sixty (60) days from dato hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING. w3-10t Kegister. f $500 Reward. Wc wlllpay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint. Djspepsia. Sick Ilead-j ache, indigestion. Constipation or Costive-1 ness e cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to Rive satisfaction. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 23 1 cents. For sale by all Druggists. Beware of ' counterfeits and imitations.. The genuine manufactured only by John C'West & Co. "The Pill Maker' 181 and 1S3 W. Madison f SL, Chicago. Free trial package sent by mall prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp, W X. Damaat, agsot. I PABKESi'S i -DEALEE. I: Boors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, LiimJber. All kinOa of aaf; r.nMif?.p m&k ''MESS$? GLASS, Boat fVlateriai, Etc. : Boats of all rnds Made to Order. : jarOnler. from a distance promptly attended T 1 . ARNDT & FERCI1EN, .VSTORLV. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop tr 10t-l!V!TII .aJtS.1 JmJ&?'. BLACKSMITH J. Si i) IT Ms&3$pffi$& i SJ?&91Mft&TSfd fegM'3S3&7 Boiler Shop '??? Qz&is All kinds of ENGIHE, CANNERY,! A2TD STEAMBOAT WOSK Promptly attended to. A specialty made of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFATETTE STREET. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. BlWTON'STKKKT. NRAK rARKKIt HOUIK, ASTORIA. - OEEGON. GENERAL MAGHIHiSTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LAND IMAIIINB ENGINES Boiler Work, Steamboat Work, and Cannery Work a specialty. Of all lesrriptIonB made to Order at Hhort Xotlee. A. D. Wass, President. J. G. HcsTLEit, Secretary. I. W. Cask, Treasurer. Jonx Fox, Superintendent WM. EDGAR, ASTORIA, .-- OREGON, Dealer In Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Lfeerschaum and Brier PipesK Stationery and Optica! Coods, Joseph Rodgcrs and Wostenholm GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Rovolvers and Cartridges. TVAXTITAM AND ELGlflf Gold and Silver Watches and Chains. Fine and Coarse Liverpool b .A. JL x. Tin Plate. litock Tin, Caustic Soda, For sale ex Warchouso at Portland or Astoria by KALFOUR, GtTHIlIE & CO. dtf Portland, Or. Barbour's No. 40 12-Ply SALMON" "TWINE ! CORK Mii LEAD LIKES, SEINE TWINES. A Full Stock Now on Hand. HENRY DOYLE & CO., Sll Unrket Street, San FranelHetr Sole Agonta for the Pacific Coast Sx xisri: AND 'M Bracket Work fSS"?7r A SPECIALTY. to, and satisfaction guaranteed in' all cases. x DTJSlE&fe CARDS. Hi. OTAItT PUBLIC, AUCTIONEti:, COMMISSION ANJ) IN- SURAXCB AGEN f Q.r.i.o p. iAs:ii.Ki:. !S AGEN1. SURVEYOR OF Clatsoj County.nntlUitj Clatsop County, and. iJity of Axtorla I Otnce :-Chenanms sueut. Y. M. C. A. haU Room No. 8. Attorney at aJatv. OFFICE AT bT. HELENS, OREGON. Will attend terms of Court, at Astoria, Kalamaauu i'oit.aiul, T . WISTOTf, Attorney and Counselor at Law. aarOfllce in Pythian Building. Rooms 11, 12. ASrORIA, - - - OREGON. J .Y TUTTIE, 31. O. PHYSICIAN ASDSUP.GEQ,fr Offick Room.sl.5, and.S.rythfc Build- tini,'. . v jiW-t. Qa- Rksioks-ck- Over J. -lu Thomas' XJrug Store. p P. KICKS. PENJaIST, ASTORIA, - . OK&G&1 'r-A'S Rooms in Allen's, buiidincun-stairs. corner of Cass and Sqe:nocihe streets. J. Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTOltKET AT LAWi ChenamiLs Street. - ASTORIA, OREGOI Piano Lessons With Use of Piano. MBS. J. W. SuDDOCK. Tonus moderate. Ortler? may he left at Adler's book store. G. A. ST1NS0N & C0 BLAGKSriliTHiNG. At CapL Itot;ers old stand, corner of Cass and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work. HorseshocinR. Wagons made and repaired. 'Good work uimninteed. t. witTHEiiiEn. t. -WBitrnniacEB M. WERTKEIMER &' BRO. 3LVNUFACTURERS OF FINE Havana and Domestic Gigars No. 518.rroct St. Saasfjcaaclsco I. "W. CASE, IilPORTKR AND WHOLESALE AN J) RE TAIL DEALER IN &EKEAL KRCHAMSI Corner Chcnamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA - - - OREGON FOR SALE ! I offer for sale my ranch near Skipa non in this County; it consists of 160 ACRES, Eishtj- Acres improved, -with good tlwejiiug House; Two Rnrnh, Oat Houses, etc.; A ITiisc OrcJiarfl. Everything is well improved and in good condition. -A large assortment, ot Fanning Implement, Three i'asMcu?;: Coacliea. One ISKjjjry. j rtis- Kenc? IIo"S;t", f Csitie-, I2o. 21c. , This affords a rare chance for a man to ' s;c" a eooil hemt: in ihe oldest settled J section in the state-. Terms favorable to one meaning busi ness. , t C. A. SXAGVISI9 " S E " .