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VIXITA, 4 INDIAN TKIlltlTOIlY.
"TMK QAY YOUSQ MAN FltOM
With fork In hand, ono summer day,
MakltMT feint of tannin bar.
The mj rounr man who nunu from town
TalfeeM with maMen small and brown,
WMi bascl Cff and chctnut hlr,
And rmlet war anI modest lr
IKor dM ho awn, to turn or know
That her Mush vn quick and Toleo was low,
for nrrrir to flirt with the maiden brown
Was the aim of tho ay young man from town.
M nooning nrtt the jonnx man rat
fsencath an applo tree tour at that
Ai.d chatted with Hot) (uch her namo)
About ths rltjr from whence he came.
It lonir, wide avenues, biilldlnirs rait,
Hs run and luxury unurrecil
fTuHrt she. with a bashful talr and thr,
Jrvrel low rach eyelid orrr Its eyn,
A deep fluh rcddeninT features brown
At worOl of the gay young; man from town.
Fome days ho ha1 tpent In this rural snot,
Where health m plenty, and ttylo wat not)
Had left bH club and hit friends behind
Knr Ufa that waf true and unconflncJ,
Wit tUhir flhe latst noreli worn.
With list of hu huntlns--dot; forlorn.
Ami tioraute of a aa 1 dispute ho bad
With hit "fovernor" thut he ttylcd lilt dad.
All thin he otplatnoi to the maiden timwn.
With a tilth, this gr joung man from town.
Jink days, then week, and where 8ur we?nt
1.V steps of tho raj ynunr man wcro bent,
Ardecnllment follow o-t flirting then,
Aa r-tuneo't to mtnr a man of men:
Vnr he fnunl hit pulci quicken an 1 itlr
W rrnever ho raw or tnous-bt of her.
And learned alone to dream and a'arti,
t)r slammer and blush when f h wm nigh !
The eyes and blush ot the maiden brown
Had captured the, gay young-man from town.
Fo ho told hU lore, and at lie bent
In hope and fear to ak content.
Ho told ber tho real reason whr
lie ta I cast lilt noate an I kinsfolk by I
lilt father had Itado hlin ratlin In life.
Atl hal chosen for him a proper wife,
"WhodM not itnndnn hr north alone,
With a rich old father, and rash of her owp,"
Hut ho fled from her ami hit f ather-e frown,
And found hit fnto afar from town.
Tho maiden listened well tho whlV.
And otcr her fe mire ramo a smile.
Her father the told him. had a plan
Tn make her wife ton gay young man
"Mho did not Hand m his worth at we.
With a rich oil faihrrnn I cash of hlaownt"
Ileputol he wat a bandiome catehi
lint tho objected to uch a matib.
And, afrakl to faco her father' frown.
Had Hod to her old nurre here from town.
Itattarrdt ohermlle-l. Around Iter waist
lit. arm In lnvlnx war ho plaeeit.
"In riiltnof will wo mi itconfeM
Tho old folk triumph, nnvorthelewj
It wetn wn ran from loro away,
And llie-l lo loro another dars
Ant, plUlitod, ro ng ba;k aa-aln.
Our tlrra will Imi ill at u what then?
Tit lietter far to lunch than f ro n"
Wcrnthowonltof tho (af younif man from
rhumns Dunn Knitlth, fn .V. V. LrJjtr.
A X1H1MST KOXAXCE.
Not vcrj' lon Inco a brlof parn-
f;rnili In tho Grnovn pitpcn incntloiicil,
n the punnlcil lanjrunL'n which it l tho
loo.M timsu to employ In sucUcasca, tho
tr.igioAl (Tcatlta ot a ftiiiainn nivoliitlon
i.it nntl lu.i wife. Hu liml died of n
palndd and llnporln IIInoM, lliroimli
which hl. wlfo had nutnetl htm with
hernia darotlon, nnl within ntt hour of
Ills tlcnth rho - found lj ing liy hl
ultle, nUo dead, nnit both wero coven-d
with tho amo winding-sheet. Know
ing gnincthlng of tho wars of ltiisInn
ref ngo", It struck mo that this ovonl
was tho denouement of wmio tcrrlblo
atorv of real lifo. I iiinilo inquiries, and
a Itti.lan pcnlleman who win In
tliuately acquainted with tho tinhnppy
pair was good enough to cotumunlcnto
to mo tho following nnrratlro, which,
l)Cildc lclng In itaelf deeply i nl o rest
In ir, throws n vivid light on tlio causes
of ltussian discontent nnd tho character
nnd mcthotU of tho enthusiasts who,
whatever wo may think of tho mean
thov occasionally employ, aro men of
truly heroic mold, anit never hcsltato to
Mtcrifico nil thoy hold dear for tho ad
vancement of tho catuo to which thoy
havo davotcd tlic.-nsclvcs. Thcso men,
tho Bol-dlsant Nihilists, arc. known In
AVcstcrn Kuropa chlelly ns n political
jnij vi ituuumiunry energy anu ro
Kinroe, engaged In a mortal atnigglo
with a truculont despotism. Thoy nro
men whoso exploits from timo to tlmo
thrill tho world with horror, nnd whoso
courageous deatln extort oven tho ad
miration of their foes. It is only on
raro occasions that tho vuil which
shroud h'i mystery of what may bu
called their homo lives (albeit fow of
them havo homes) Is withdrawn) for
tho Nihilists say lltt'o of themselves,
nnd It Is not in tho nature of things that
thu outer world should know what they
do not chooso to reveal. Ono of these
occasions was tho death of Andro Fran
joli and his wife, and my informant pos
sccd full knowledge- of tho romitntlo
nnd touching story of their lives. This
gimlcman, I may ndd, has himself
played an Important part In tho Kusslan
rcvolutlonarv movement; nobody Is
better aciiualnted than ho with 'Under
ground lttissht," and his namo Is not
unknown In Knglaud. I giro tho story,
Mord for word, as ho gavo It to mo:
Andro Franoll, born in ono of tho
lllack Sea provinces -despite his name,
of Kusslan parents- was ono of tho old
est and most respected members of our
young revolutionary party. Although
nt tho tlmo barely twenty-ono years old,
ho took tiart in tho creat uropasrandlst
movement of 1872-:i, which opened In
HiiMla tho era of revolution. It wns
n tlmo of vaguo yet noblo yearnings of
a visionary socialism of dreams of uni
versal happiness to bo obtained by thu
solo forco ot teaching nnd example.
Fntnjoll accepted tho now faith with all
mo nnior oi joiiin. a missionary by
vocation nnd conuction, linprosslon
ablo nnd passionate, enthusiastic to ex
ultation, ho personified that religious
Idea which, desnlto thoir urofosscil ma
terialism, Is tho lending motivo of tho
apostles of ltussian revolution. His
faith in tho rcdemntlon of tho otiiiressod
and tho futtiru of humanity seemed to
lie umpired oy revelation rattier than
based on reason, His do vol Ion had In
It something verging on fanaticisms ho
was mora nucetia in his habits, mora
heedless of his own comfort, than a
monk: ot tho middle ages.
Firmly believing In tho regenerative
force of ideas, ho attributed too muoli
imnortanco to tho moral oorfectltm of
thu Individual nnd too little to tho ro-
torm of Institutions which, as political
science teaches, uro tho most powerful
factors In thu moral re:eiiorntlou of
Piankind. While others dUeussed tho
relative vnluo of insurrectional attcnioL
and peaceful propaganda. Andre was
nrcaciunir to ills ounr tllselples. In sea
son and out of season, the nocesslty of
pergonal example and an austere mo
rality ns n means of winning converts
to socialism. In this way ho acquired
hnmonso iullucnco over tho youth of St.
l'otorsburg, KIofT and Odessa, where
ho labored incessantly.
When, as In Htisda. a propaganda
nan iu uc coniiucioiisf crony, anil irom
man to man, a capacity In tho mission
ary for attracting personal sympathy Is
of suprtmu importance. It would bo
(llfllcult to find nnywhero a man who
possessed this precious gift In tho same
dfgreo ns Fntnjoll. Tho enthusiasm
which was tho principal trait of his
character, together with a winning
manner and natural kindness of heart,
inadonll uhu know him his devoted
friends: and ho, on his part, loved Ids
comrades, his pupils and his fellow
workers with all tho passion of a Chris
tian zealot who sees In his converts
brethren in tho Lord, children of his
Divluu Master, and coheirs of a Heav
In 137-1 Fraujoll, abandoning his life
Iu the towns, took a place as a village
schoolmaster in tho province of
Tchcnilgcr, In order to begin a social
propaganda among tha peasants. After
a few months' activity In his novrsphoro
of duty, ho was arrested tinder suspi
cion oftuftcJiing revolutionary doctrines.
IVJicn he wa Ud away by twogen
OwiKi all tlto vJllsjgo, men and. women,
old and young notwithstanding tho
torror with which a Itustlati ptriMtil
always regard tho rmUtdrlcii of tho
law - nccompnnied Fntnloll.stlcntlraml
mournfully, for sovenil miles on Ids
road, and, when they let him, looked
tho blessings they dared not utter. And
later, when magistrate fcnd ofllcers
went to tho village to search for proofs
against Frnnjoli, not a slngio witness
could bo Induced, either by promises or
throat, to testify against him, albeit ho
had carried on ids propaganda freely,
nnd almost without disguise, In tho
st reels, nt vlllago fetes and friendly
gatherings, as well as at communal
meetings and ' from house to house.
Thrco years and a half ho was kopt
In prison without trial, and in tho cntl
tho Judges, In default of sunicicnt nri
denco to convict him, were conicllcd
fo pronounce him not guilty. On this
ho was exiled, by administrative order,
to Solvilchegodlr, n small town In the
far North. On his way thither Franjolt
made an ntlcmpt to escape, which well
nigh cost him his Ufa whllo his guar
dian wcro sleeping ho Jumped from
tho window of n railway carriage, hut
ho was so badly hurt that ho could not
rle, nnd tho next mointng tho gen
darmes, when they returned to thnsnot,
found him tying where ho had fallen.
Ho was then taken to tho hospital of
Solvltchegodlv, nnd after being dis
charged took up his quarter! iu tho
town. There ho met .Mile. Kugciilo
Zndadray, whoso acquaintance he had
made when alio was ono of tho accused
In tho tr.nl or tho i'J.'l.
It Is sometimes stld that contrasts are
mutually attractive. Perhaps this may
lo true, yet It Is much more natural
that common sympathies should bo a
bond of union and a-eau-o of lore, nnd
there nro natures that cn'i novcr sym
nathlzo Villi their ontmslto natures.
who to contrasts Irritate nnd repel.
'Ihoo are tho natures that Hrlnrlch t
Iff.tnn WititM lirtvit nnlleil Ifnlirilv
i-...w ......... ...a.' uh... .. ..'.. , ,
wlioso peculiarity M to attacli thorn
selves not to tho conventionally botuti
ful nnd charming, but to nn abstract
Idoal which dominates and absorbs
them to tho lMiint of fanaticism and In
tolerance. Whether ho possessed ono
of thoso natures or not It was similarity
of character nnd community of Ideas
tnat kindled tho lntonst sympathy
which quickly devolopcd itself between
Andro nnd tho fair companion of his
cxilo; for Kugcnlo belonged to tho same
oxaltc 1 and enthusiastic, typo as him
self. I.Ike him sho had sul'crcd bond
and Imprisonment, nnd liko him sho
was still ready to spend and bo spent In
tho cauo lo which ioth had consecrated
their live. Soon tho mutual sympathy
&row Into un otcrmatorlng fovo and
L'camo ono of thoso grent pvssions that
alisorb tho entire being and consume
all tha forces of tho soul.
Attachments of this anient sort nro
much ml ro common among Nihilists
than might bo supposeM. Men nnd
women meet as compnnlon-nt-nniis,
they combat In tho samn ranks, share
tho same vlow, gain tho same reward
Tho complete equality that prevails be
tween the sexes, nnd tho sense of evor
prescnt dangor. to which nil alike nrtt
exposed, render that lofty and romantic
lovo sung by poets much more fre
quent In thu wdd and Inflammable
world of Nihilism than in tlto world of
restraint and convention. Of this son
were tho loves of Andre nnd Kugotils.
Tho first mouths of thoir union wore th.i
happiest they hail ever known or con
ccived -or were destined to know and
seemed to both rather tho realization ot
n romantlo dream than an cplsodo of
A common friend, Mllo. A. K., who
visited tlicin nt tills timo, remnrked to
anothor common friend, littlo thinking
how soon nml how terribly her pro
vision would bo verified, that tho affec
tion of tho Franiolis wns greater than
lifo itself, and that neither could out
live tho other. Hut lovo had quenched
neither their revolutionary nnior nor
their loyalty to thn great causo In
which their friends wcro engaged and
to which they dcroted their lives.
Their happiness became oven a re
proach to tneiii, anil tuoy n urn on to
take part in tho mortal strtigglo with
despotism which had now become ono
of acts as well as of words. Thoy con
trived a plan of escape. In Fobniary,
io. y, inoy icii Boiviiciiosotii., unit
nitor a lonir nnit perilous loiiruuv sue-
ccedod In reaching St. Petersburg,
where they wore nt onco nlllliated
to tho organization known ns the Nar
Tho difllcultlcs and dantrcrs which
always besot tho path of conspirators,
especially In lltvjiia, wero greatly ln
croasoil In tho case of tho Frnninlis by
tho mate r.l Aiuiro a Health, ills nat
urally not robust constitution, after
sufl'erlng from tho fatigues and priva
tions insoparaiiio irom tuo mo oi nn
nctlro propagandist, had liecomo still
further enfeebled by his long imprison
ment, and hn novcr fullv recovered
front tho eflocts of his tcrrlblo leap from
tho railway carriage. Ho was affected
with chronln nneinin mid a disoaso of
tho bones, nnd tho physlulnns whom ho
consulted at St, Petersburg w ro ablo
to ntTbrd him but littlo present relief,
and not much hopo of ultimate recov
ery. Tho lifo of a revolutionist who
had to bo perpetually on tho move, nnd
to hide whore ho could, was moreover
altogether Incomnatlhlo with tho are,
attention nnd regimen which his caso
Imperatively demanded, nnd Andre
grew worse nnd worse.
A frlond ono of tho editors of tho
V(irwwi"o J'oh'a relates that in De
comber, 188, when ho went to warn
Fr.tnjol! that his whereabouts had be
come known to tho police, and that ho
must instantly remove to fresh quar
ters, ho could haidly walk, and Itvas
only by a sort of .iilraolo that thoy con
trived to uvado tho spy by whom they
wero tracked. Vet. ilesplto his suffer
ings, aggravated by tho dangers to
which ho was oxposcd, and tho entreat
ies of his fellow-workers, ho refused to
retire from tho contest. In tho courage
ot tills young man, stricken witli a
mortal malady, as weak as a child, ami
with tho look of a corpse, there was
something superhuman and almost sub
lime. ' Not being nblo to move nbout, Fntn
joll took always tho position of liouso
master In tho Cousplrationy Koartlry
that is to say, In tho rooms in which tho
terrorists met to receive their orders and
discuss thoir idans. Holders of this no-
sitlou are invariably exposed to grent
unngor ny reason ot mo coming anil
going of tho conspirator:), and tho risk
tlioruby inclined of attracting the notlco
ot tho police or their spies.
Now that both nro gono there Is no
reason why it should not b known that
in tho house of Franjolis was mado thn
dyiiamlto destlnod to blow tip tho nino
on March It), 1880, nml that Andre nnd
his wlfo superintended tho making of
tho bombs which wore used with such
fatal effect on tho Katariim Canal.
Demonlco GucrrazzI, nn Italian
writer, describes a battlo between Cor
stone patriots and a French forco much
superior in numbers, in which tho
wounded Cortlcans formed with thoir
bleeding bodies a barricado to proteot
thcr comrades from tho bullets of tho
too and enable tho survivors to continue
the straggle No less heroic was the
conduct of tho two Frunjolls. Ho hard
ly ablo to move from his bed, tho liouso
full of deadly explosives, not knowing
what a day might bring forth, liable at
any moment to a visit from the police,
and nolthor ablo to escape hlmsolf nor
destroy the damning ovldonco which
would havo Insured his death on the
scaffold. Sho watching over her hus
band day aftor day, hardly over daring
to venture from his side; listening even
in thn watches of the night for tho foot
fall of tho enemy nnd tha summons to
Admit tho emissaries of tho Czar; living
iu Instant oxpocta(lou. of death, for both
carrietl polon, and were Army rcsolred,
It tho sitrrimons shonld nomo, to die
ntthor than Ira taken.
Hut groat a was thoir love for each
nllier. their ilevnllrin In lliaL which tlier '
beliured to bo thpir duly waic en great
er. Kun, with tho full consent of
hor husband, pltrcd herself unreserved
ly nt tlio tl'flHiL1 of tho Kxrcutlvn Com
mittee, nml offered to go whithersoever
her services might bo most tisoful to
tlio causo. Hut none had tho heart to
require from them ito tcrriblo a sacri
fice!, and thoy remained together to tho
After tho death of Alexander II. they
left St. Petersburg!! which had bocomo
more dangerous than over for the
south of Russia, and from that lime
forth, owing to Andre's Inorcas'ng
weakness, tncy were unable to tako any
further pnrt In tho revolutionary move
ment. Karly In tho present year It
wns dosmed expedient forthom to leave
ltusi:t, and In May last thy arrived in
fjenora, where they rccolvpd a warm
wclcomo from many old and faithful
friends. Hut doath was written in An
dre's face, and none who saw him could
doubt that tho end was near. Kugcnlo
never left Ids side; her devotion was
heroic, and tho calmness of hor manner
and tho serenity of her spirit surprised
nil who wero admitted to her Intimacy.
Wo know afterward that It was tho se
renity of lrrovoeablo resolve, a resolve
neither In lifo nor In tlnath to be sepa
rated from him sho loved.
At nlno o'clock on tho mornln? of
August 7, Andre, after tnicl sufferings,
closed his eves forever. "It Is lin
Ishcil," said I't.gonle, turning to a frlond
who was with her; "his troubles are
over. I am content." Then sho ar
ranged tho chamber rnrofullv, ns if she
axpet'lcd a nolcmn visit, and dismissed
her friend with tlio remark that, after
so many sleepless night, sho felt the
need of rest. When left to hersolf she
sat down nnd wroto a letter of farewell
to hor friends. This done, sho sat
down on tho bed whore lay tho corpse,
swallowed a largo doso that sho had
brought with her from Huss'a. and,
lying down, drew over herself thr
satno cloth with which sho had veiled
tho face of her dead husband. An hout
later, when a member of the household
In which they bad dwelt entered the
chamber of death, Kitgonle, though un
conscious, still lived, but It was impos
sihlo to savo her, nnd nt three o'clock
In tho afternoon she breathed her last.
Husband nnd wlfo wcro laid sldo by
side In tho communal cemetery, nnd
followed to tho grave by many mount
ors who knew tho touching story oi
In tho Franjolis tho party has lost
two of Its most dovotcd member
but their deaths will not havo been In
vain, ami their friends will novcr for
got them. "They were noblo repre
sentallvo," stld ono of their moit in
tlmatn friends In his funeral oration,
"of tho Noradnalo Volla party. Iet tu
think of them ns often ns possible; lot
tho recollection of their heroism nnd
devotion encourngo nnd strengthen us.
To thoso who are not of us thoir lives
nnd their dontlis will not only show
how Nihilists lovo ono another, but how
thoy lovo thoir cause. Geneva Cvz, in
London Daily S'rw.
Tho Applan Way.
Tho Applan Way was the grent south
cm road from Home, leading through
C'npua to Hrundiisium, mid wns built
312 II. C. Tho manner of its building
showed that tho nncionU understood
tho nrt, and their method of construc
tion might bo udoptod to-day. Thoy
cut two parallel furrows tu Indlcalo its
width, and then thoy removed tho earth
till thoy camo to tho liard bottom, and
began construction with sand.
It was paved with stono, tho hanlest
that could bo found, which, nftor being
smoothed nnd polished, wcro cut In cor
responding nnglos so ns to blto together
iu jointures without tho Intervention of
conner or nnv other metal to bind them,
making u perfectly smooth road which
over two thousand years ot mo uohvic.si
kind of wear has not broken or maturi-
nlly Injured. Today tho road Is smooth
ami good, anil win no lor nges.
tho famous ronil was constructed n;
AppIus Claudius, and It has Immortal
ized him. Tho "Applan Way-' will b
known aftor tlio deeds of Ciesar nro for
gotten, and which Is as It jhould be.
Applus did something for tho men nnd
mules of .ill time. This is a hint foi
some Amorlisan who Is thirsting nftct
immortality. iAit him build a good
road from somewhere to somewhere,
and got his namo tacked upon it. Tin
"Siuithlan Way" would bo moreeiulur
lug than a lath and plaster fomnlu sem
Inary or n sent iu Congress.
It is it narrow street, but as vehicle
may pass without Interference, it is wide
However, It Is a depressing road, and
ono which ono having no business but
tho Investigation of tlio ancient, doo
not care to pass over but onco. Ever'
foot of It Is sacred to tho moraory o.
soiuo man or event, and it Is lined its
wholo length with tombs or nttlior tho
ruins ot tombs. It was tho favorite
place to bury tlio great dead, or rathot
along Its length wore built tho tombs
which wero to embalm thoir memories
"Forever!" How littlo men who have
tho Iiis:iiio notion of living iu memory
"forever" comprehend tlio meaning ol
thu wotil! Thousands ot men prominent
Iu their day died oxpoutlng to bo re
numbered "forever," nnd imposing
tombs were built to hold their ashes,
unit Inscriptions upon them record thoir
names nml deeds, anil aftor a lapso of
iwo thousand ) oars all that Is left ol
thorn Is a mass of ruins which travelers
punch nbout with thoir canos, nftot
which thoy go back to their hotels nnd
read up tliuir histories, or pretend to,
lit thn guldo book. "Foiovor" Is n
long tlmo. It Is better to livo for tho
Imimtillato present, for tho "forevor"
is unattainable for tho greatest. There
wcro forgotten Nnpoloons nnd Curat rs
long before tho Applan Way was built,
nutlthoro nro Ctesars nnd Napoloons
coming who will tako the place ot those
whom wo now worship. As children
nro being born every uay, nml always
will be, immortality is rat hor a difficult
thing to nchlovo. Timo has been roll
ing on, timo will roll on, nnd time
Is a great ungulfor. It will wear out
tho greatest deeds nnd swallow tip the
vastest renown. Yet there nro those
who, with their eyes turned toward
posterity, feel good at lielng elected to
a State Legislature, anil many men
tako great prido in being mado Secre
tary of n comity political convention
V. II. iVx-lr. 'n toMo made.
An Islnnd Pond (Vt.) Journal telh
tho subjoined: "Among tho parties to
divorce casos held at tho recout term
of our County Court was a couplo who
had been engaged in nn irrepressible
conflict for months, nnd so bitter were
thoy that they would not sneak ono to
tho other, lint ns soon ns tlio docreo ol
dlvoreo wat mado and thoy left to take
tho train, tho emancipated mau took the
valise of his amoretto to the cars and
showod her tco politest attention. anJ,
although tncir routes lay iu (intercut
directions, ho accompanied her thirty
miles toward her home, when thov went
Into an artist's saloon nnd had iholi
fiiutures taken together, and then left
u opposite directions."
A ganlenor III Baltimore who has a
number ot largo hot-houses for growing
early cucumbers, keeps a hive of bees iii
each liouso fur the purpose of distribut
ing tho pollen.
Tho fashions are going back to the
timo of our grandmothers. Shoes ol
bright-colored leather will bo worn thli
8trl In .Hen's Apparel.
A few of the bolder manufacturers
havo endeavored to foist certain rfeb,
dark colors npon the market, with a
view to having them adopted for dref
suits, displacing thereby tho somber,
orthodox black; but it Is believed that
tho good taste of the class who nro accus
tomed to wear full evening dress will
nip this attempt In tho bud, prompted
ns It Is by tho fact that there Is less
money In tho black than in tho deep
wlno colors, Tho lapels of tho dress
cent nro to bo made smaller this year
than Inst, and will be fashioned to roll
somewhat higher than heretofore, tho
curve or scoop commencing at tho third
button. Tho sleeves will lit trifle more
closely to tho arm, nnd tho skirt, if
changed nt all, will bo slightly length
ened, Silk facings, either In full or ex
tending only to tlio biitton-tioics, nro .
still fashionable, tho material used be-
fnrvN flnn -ni ..nlA.1 attt' 1t1i.t tl.. I
Is in bad taste. Tlio dress vest Is cut '
with thrco buttons, nnd "scooped" so .
deftly ns to mako a wide shirt bosom a I
necessity, it Is iinisiied round the cilgo '
with a doublo row of cimp. Tho trou
sers nro cut straight, mado to Tit tho leg
snugly, nnd nro hnlshcU with silk brnid
on the outer scams.
The Prlnco Albert coat, for fall nnd
winter use, will, of course, bo still of
dark material, blue and black being Tho
favorite colors. Tho cost is mado to lit
tho llguro more closely. Tho vest is of
tlio same material, and buttons to a point
just under tho ton button of tho coat.
Great latitude is allowed in the selection
of material for tho trousers, though a
dark or light gray mixture nnd n very
linn blacK-nntl-wfiito check nro in the
greatest demand. Striped goods will bo
worn, thouch not ns much ns formerly.
The cut-nway coat Is made almost pre
cisely tho same as last season.
There Is a very handsome frock-coat,
entirely new this season, that will look
well with nlmost any stylo of trouser
pattern. It Is mado double-breasted,
with cither thrco or four basket huttons,
and is bound with sewing-silk anny
braid, laid on flat. This garment is
vcrv appropriate for walking, and Is
salu to bo woll adapted for elderly gen
tlemen. It Is mado of an Oxford mixed
Overcoats will this season bo worn
doublc-brcastcd. There is but slight
difference in the length, tho change, if
an)', being ono of Increase. Tho ten
dency toward tightness In wearing ap
parel is ns apparent In tho overcoat ns
In other garments. They are matin to
fit snugly nnd to follow tho shape of tho
figure down to tho upper limit of tlio
skirt. Tho collar of tho fall overcoat
must bo of tho snmo material ns the body
of tho garment, whllo on tho winter coat
a velvet collar may bo worn. Boston
A caso of barbarous cruelty inflicted
upon a Chlncso leper by his countrymen
wns discovered by Ofllcers Mclcndy t.nd
Anthony, nt No. 32 Wnvcrlv placo, a
fow days ngo. A number of Celestials
had been nrrcstcd nt this placo for hav
ing lottery tickets In their, possesion,
nml ono of them, in tho hopo of securing
his relensc, volunteered tho Information
of tho presenco of a sick man. Accord
ingly ho led tho way through a closet
and a secret panel into n low and dark
room, containing nothing but a couplo
ot planks, on witich lay the most rcpul-
slvo-looklng remnant of humanity thnt
tho wildcat imagination can conceive.
A block of wood served him torn pillow,
nnd nn old blotiso for a coverlmr.
Thnpottlon of thu body whicli wns ex
posed wns pcrtectiy black, ono leg being
dead below tho knee, evidently tho
result of a fracture. Tho other leg, and
nlso tho arms and hands, wcro shriveled
up and bore no longer any resemblanco
to human limbs. Other portions of tho
body were covered with scales. Tlio
jnwii were attenuated, and tho (lark, in
quiring eyes of tlio tinfortunato wretch
gleamed from between tho sockets with
hungry glances that told ot tho last
stages of starvation. Kxnmlnntlon
showed tho bones of tho frnctiircd leg to
bo protruding through tho flesh, a news
paper being tlio only dressing which tho
wound hnilevcr received.
Tho leper gavo his namo as Ah Tip,
and said that about a month ngo ho had
been sent by a contractor to work on
tho railroad, near Fresno, ns n section
hand. Ills fellow-workmen objected to
him because ho hnd a "skin disease,"
presumably tho leprous infection do
scribed, and wanted lo get rid ot him.
Ho refused to return to tlio city, nnd aft
er ho had been there nbout five days ono
of his mates jostled him from a hand
car, purposely, ho believed, nnd broke
his leg. Then ho wns shipped to tlio
city on a flat enr, without any treatment
whatever, nnd was dumped in his
present quarters. Tlio Seo Yup Com
pany, to whicli ho belonged, refused to
do anything for him, mid nobody else
would care for him. Finally a "broth
er" caused him to bo removed to tho
quarters whore he was found. Ho nlso
paid fifty cents a week for food. Dr.
Ah Keong had been In to seo him onco
and tied up tho fractured leg with tho
Tho ofllcers informed Consul Heo of
tho cno and nlso tlio health olllco.
Neither has paid any attention to It so
far, and tho unfortunate leper will prob
ably dio before aid Is extended! to him.
Tho liouso is owned by a whlto man,
nnd not having received any rent for this
room, ho Is nlso Importuning tho ofllcers
to bundlo tho tinfortunato into the btrcct.
San Francisco Chronicle.
One of the t'lrct.
Cl iviLAwn, O. Tho JVafn Dealer re
ports that Hon. Martin A.Foran.Congrctt-man-elect
from tho Cleveland, 0., dtttrlct,
lias uiril St. Jacoln Oil In bit family and
lias always found it taf nnd reliable, anil
it nfTonlad him great tlllef to a lamo knee.
Acconmiso to an unaiccrtalned entomoto-
f;ltt, a motqulto retemtilet charity when
t beclm U hum - Jlnclisttrr l'ott-Expreis.
THU (iPiMAl, MAHKLXS.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 31.
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KbOUIt Fancy, tier tack
HAY-far lott, brUht
OIIKtUSK Kantui, new
WOOI. Jlbwniiri, unwashed,
CATTLK Shlprdnir Steers
HHKKP Fulr to cholco. .
KIXHllt-XXX to choice ...
Medium new leaf
CATTt.K flood shipping
IIOOS flood to cholco
t-llilKP-Kalr to choice
KIa. tilt Common to choice
WllBAT-No. S rod. .
No. 3 Spring .
lion -V-flood to choice.
nW It-flood to cholco
WHEAT-No. I red
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TOKtt MLlAQX (1ERJM.
A VTon.Iirfnl Theory That fnrns th
Welfare, !lptoe and Ufa
In bfs Unlet and corf library at tbn doss
of u but j tlay sat a gentleman and hit wife,
he absorbed In a new book and tlio In tho
nswtpaper. Quickly glancing toward her
husband, tha asked, at a certain jjlnt in
the article t
"John, what It tho germ thwry"
"The (jirm theory well yes; just Wk
In the eneyrlopedia under 'Oerm.'that will
explain It to much better than I can."
Accordingly hit wife opened tbo book at
the word named and read: Utrrn Theory
of Diiense A theory advanced by tba
nblatt and best investigators and scientists
of tba timet. It supimnet the surface of
the earth, the air amtwater to belnhabltei
to a greater or lost extent with a peculiar
growth of the lowest form of fungi om
inonly termed bacteria, whose power of re
produrttnn, under favorable condition!, is
to great that a tingle grrm will increase to
fifteen million in twenty-four hours' time,
and unchecked in Its Increase would grow
ton matt of eight hundred tons, In three
flays' time, if space and food be furnished.
There it no condition under which It ran
be tald to be absent, unless It be from flro
or oir filtered through cotton-batting In
n-jintroiu layers. A single drop of water
containing ngi-nn, put into water boiled,
filtered and taut freed from bacteria, wilt
grow murky In a day or two from the tto
velopment of new grrmt. When It it con
tldered that It requires about foitr billion
to welirh one rrriln. tome remote Idea can
be l.nd of the capacity of germ reproiluc
tlon. Prof. John Tyndall, In a In e work,
elaborately treats of tba influence of gerrat
In tho propagntioirot disease, and chargta
upon ttilt cauio the Intention and devel
opment of very many of the ailments mo it
injunout to man. Prof. I'atteur, an emi
nent French sarnnt, has carried hit origin
al and beautiful experiments so far, and
from tbetn deduced such practical retuttt,
at very greatly to diminish the number of
cases of anthrax among sheep and chicken
o.olerit among fowlt proving hit theory
that these are merit tally nnd ai turtlly genu
flUeatet. Thuo germt are carried Into the
tyttcm through the lungt, tho stomach and
ponlbly the skin, but thrutigb tho lungs
chirflr. Once In the tyttcm, they begin to
derelop, poisoning tho blood, Invading the
tierro center, tlltturblng tho functional
activity of the grent organs ot the body,
nnd Inducing a general Impairment of thn
vital proceitet. Tber are the causo of
fevers, rheumatism, llrlght't dltease of tha
kidneys, pneumonia, blood poisoning, liver
cllteaie, iiitintueria ami many otner ail
ments. Lately Prof. Koch, a famous Gor
man phytl-lan, has proved that consump
tion of tho lunji It due to thit cause tbo
prenenee of n peculiar germ.
When the c.rcutatlon it bounding, the
nerves elastic nnd the syttem all agkw
with life and energy, the germt teem to u
relop poorly, If at all. llut with weakened
nervot, poor digestion or m&taailmllatlon
of fool or a lowering of vitality from any
can io, a change ensues, and In this Impov
erished nnd weakened fluid the germ tlnda
ngcnlsl home nnd developt until ayrap
toint of dlteaie ore distinctly manifested.
This It teen in the everyday experience ot
all. Hie healthy man rctlt s the influences
around him and does not take cold, while
tliono whoio systems have become weak
from any cause readily contract colds.
Thit it on the tame nrlnclnlo as tlio re rm
theory. Tho germt attack any weakened!
. f ,1. l. .l.a A.fl !. ll.m..l...S
tpofc III tuo uvuy, mill maihk uwwiriicj
upon It, begin their propagation. It It
plain therefore that It It onlr I , fortifying
the weak portions ot the b"uy that tho
germt of diteaao can be resitted and driven
irom the syttsm. Ilut thit hat proved at-m-itt
an luiposilblllty heretofore, and It
bat boon the ttudy of phytlcians for years
how best to accompll.li It. Within the past
few years, however, a preparation hat i ecn
attracting great attention, not only
throughout the entire land, bat among thn
medical profession and scientists general
ly, which it bated upon this theory, and It
may tafely Im tald, no remedy has ever
been found which can totuccetsfully placo
the system In a condition to rvtisi- tbo
re nils of disease at Warner's Halo Cure,
iblt articlo It unqueitiouably the beat and
most efllclcnt that has ever boenUitcovtred
for tlita puroc, and
"John, say, John I does tho encyclopedia
advertise i arner's bofo Curof"
I aliQuld not wonder, dear, it's a crand
remedy, and Hint pamphlet we received the
other uay stated thai Dr. (limn, of thit
Untiod Btntes Medical College indorsed it.
At all events thu wonderful cures it it ao
complithliig entitle It to bo honorably noted
among the great dltcovorlet ot the preteut
However tbo facts above stated may be,
the truth remains that the germ theory ot
disoaso it the correct one, and that tho great
remedy mentioned it tho only ono which
has ever beenjfound that can put the syt
tem In n condition to kill thete germs be
fore they obtain a hold upon the body, aud
uudermino the life.
AV UE.-i Ismail l'atha looks at his bills for
fall bonnets, that's tho time, of course, ho
limit his harem scaro 'im. V. Y. Craphtc
may be mmle by bard work, but can neither
bo iiindo nor enjoyed without health. To
thoto lending ledentary Uvea Dr. It. V.
l'i rce's " UoTdon Medical Dlicovery" it a
real frionil. It stimulates tbo liver, purifies
tho blood, and it tho bctt remody for con
sumption, whicli Is scrofuljus dlteato of
tho lungs. Uy all druggists.
O.tit nusniiED por cent, is a profit that
always pi edicts a fortune. Y. Y. Jour
nal. Dr. I'lerco's "favorite I'rrtrrlptlon"
nlwaya becomes tlio favorite remedy of
thoto who ry it. It it a spectflo for all fo
nmlo " wcaknetteu" and ilerangomentt,
bringing strength to the limbs and back,
nnd color to the face. Ot all druggists.
A dhxtist's appearance Is apt to doce'vo
one. Tho more ho looks down in tho mouth
tbo better be tetU. Buffalo Express.
Hrixo entirely vegetable, no particular
rare It renulred wrhlla using Dr. l'lerce's
"I'lessant l'urgatlve l'ellets." They ope
rata without disturbance to tho constitu
tion, diet, or occupation. For tick head
ache, constipation, impure blood, dliiineit.
tour emulations from tbo ttomarh, bad
tatto In mouth, bilious attacks, pain In
re;ion of kidney, Internal fever, floated
feeling about stomach, rush of blood tobead,
take Dr. Tierce's " pellets." Dy druggltti'
IUbi-ball proverb A run In tlmo saves
1 havb been entirely cured ot a tcrrlblo
cata of Wood Tattooing by tho uto of
Hwift'i Speclflo (8. S. 8.) after trying ev
erytblng known to the medic, peuplo
without rolief. Jso. H. Taouakt,
fctalamsnca, N, V.
Tun . for putting tho i has , again. Uos
"Urown's Iron Hitters It the best medlcino
lu the world and is effecting miraculous
Evtuv father should paddle bis own;
can your X. Y. Xewt.
Bwirr'B Spicino (8. B.'S.) has cured me
entirely of bad Wood Tolton. I went one
hundred miles to get It, and It made me as
sound at a new dollar.
J. W. Wk-TLis, Meadvllle, Ta.
Blioiit of hand A maiden's refusal.
HALTUAnsil, ALA. Ur.Jas.lt. Mills sayst
"Several of my patients baveuteU Urown's
Iron Hitters lor chronic Indigestion with
In MOAnD to Kly's Cream Ilalm for Ca
tarrh, my answer It, I can recommend it as
tho brtt reni'dy I erer used. Dr. J. B.
Vacquam, Dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
BurrrRtns rnox Coraiis, Bork Tiiroat.
etc., thould try "Brown's Bronchial
Troches," a sure remody. 25 cents a box.
Wise's Asia drone never gum.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ilrllevct tnd cures
Sortaest, Cats, bribes,
And 111 ether bodily aches
and. pal at.
riFTT CE.1TS A BOTTLE.
SSold by ill Prtfitsts and
talcra. Strtcuou la It
Tht ( ktrlet A. Te(t!er Co,
A "sJcntoel Employment RnreAu" Is
to bo established at Denver It Is doubt
less to be for tho convenience of unem
ployed gentlemen who would ho willing
to accept positions where tba work is
light, nnd where the punctual drawing
of liberal salary would bo duly appre
ciated. Somcthinff of tho kind U needed
In every city. Chicago Inter Ocean.
FnotC Col. C. II. Mackey, 32nd Iowa In
fantry: I have derl veil mora benefit from
Kly't Cream Balm than anvthlng else I
have ever tried. I have now been using it
for three months and am experiencing no
trouble from CatarTh whatever. I havo
lieen a sufferer for twentr years. P. IL
JlACXxr, Slgourtley, Iowa.Teb. 22, 1SS2.
Colo weather affects your wrap It tight,
Fort aged mn, women, weak and tlckly
children, without a rival. Will not cause
headache. Urown's Iron Hitters.
A BTtrcn in Time must make the old
chap feel ssw-saw. Burlington 7rtts keye
Ir afflicted with Sore Eyet. use Dr. Iisso
Thompson's Eyo Water. UruggltU sell It tie.
A cim.D that wakes with croup should
havo a dote of Tito's Cure.
All recommend Wise's Axle Oreaie.
Mi II. L Sorta, TTlaelptl of the Utah Bcheel it
roquoaect. Coon.. lift la relttlea to mttttr which
hM iltrn Mai much tnilttj tad fttai ' ' Uf wlft and
lhtebolhiieJIIaDl' Ittnwdr, and And ItUeaHr a
upfrtnr article. A ytiroMO ttomrkMnfji bteamt
weak anil linrilih. owlof to a itrere ttniln. and find.
Ins relief In llanftltctnfdr I conusant lit nte until I
had uaed fonr bottlei, v. hrn I became well. Slnct tnj
care I hire mm'tcd Iu me to t treat number of peo
ple, who I know have been benefited br uilnflu"
And to substantiate th!t statement, Mr 11 S. Clark.
Assistant Sar-ertntemieut of the ltffh School, isti- 'I
csncenlfrtothtvalnt of Haat't !iinedr,hivlr.a;re
celrrdrrtat benefit from Its ax. Mr troubles com
menced twelve- rears (. when mr kldnert became
aaieted with Infiammailja of the ritsisc-s. hot the
tlmrlvuteef ao valuable t medicine arrested tha dis
ease. I can now cheerfully recommend It tall suffer
ing as I was "
This molt remarkable statement wat madt tor Mr.
rrtakll. W. clsrklnthsoflcaof N. Y. C. IL It.
Il.a,Uttltrallt.N r., onthasthofjune. Il
Mr Let ssjsi "Mr fihr hst been troubled for
evcrtwestr years wUh sever IMner and bladder dls
cue, taSutM tU iit ariu sln when urinating. He
became so bad that h was obllstd to Rlvt up all bosl
ceil. Ilia condition was such that hit urine would
drop constanUr. and he was obllzcd to use a rubber
bat, the weakness wat so treat, lit utJ many ktnda
of medicine wlthoutderlvlna any benefit, until hern
ursed by one of our drugglits In Little Falls llr. Skin
ner) to use Hunt's Ilemedy, at he had known of Its
betas nsedla many eaiea wtthrrtatsucecsa. I pur
chased one bottle, and he commenced uilnglt, and ho
was so Improved thai hs cot tlong without lbs robber
bag. He used In all twelve bottles, and It has entirely
cured him. Father Is sltty two yesrs old. and we con
sldi r It a most wonderful core, and cheerfully recom
mend Hants ttemedy la all a ale ted with kidney, Uter
or urinary troubles, "
Alllhe evidence published In regard to Itunt'a Reme
dy can be relied uroni It It tma In every particular.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Sift's Tonic Syn
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL. MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor ot this celebrated medicine
juatlyclalms for it a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to the publlo for the SAFE.
CERTAIN, SPEED? and PEBM ANENT curs
of AgneandFever,orCMlIi and Fever, wheth
er of short or long standing. Ho refers to tha
entire Western and Southern country to bear
him testimony to tho truth of tha anertion
that in no can whatever will it fill to cure If
the directions are strictly followed andc&nlod
ont. In a great rainy c&ist a single dots has
been infflclont for a care, and whole families
have been cured by a single bottle, with aper
feet restoration of the general health. It it,
however, prudent, and In every cue more cer
tain to cure, If Its nte is continued In Jmiller
doiet for a week or two after tho diieuo has
been checked, mors eipecally In difficult and
long standing cites. Usually this medicine
will not require any aid to keep the boweli in
good order. Should the patient, however.re
qulreacithirtlc medicine, after having taken
three or fonr dotes of the Tonlo, a tingle dote
of BULL'S VEOETABLE FAMILY FILLS
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
Tho Popular Remedies of tha Day.
Principal 0(11 ee, est Ualn St., LOUISVILLE. KV.
CATARRH'S CREAM BALM
when applied by
tuo nnifi-r into tno
nostrils, will be al
rleanslnir tbo bcrul
of catarrhal ilrus,
crotlnns. It Hilars
iccts tno inemurnno
ot tbn nasal pass
ages, from aaJUion
heals tlio sores ami
restores tasto nml
smell. A few appli
cations rulloto. A
MAV-PEVEC? " vwltictlv ture.
r8"Y lK,vuIi Airreoabio to uto.
Bend for circular. Tricfl BO cents by mall or at
The most wonderful l.wslrr catalorn erer tuned.
rriresthls treat houia sells Its An.aoods. r7rWhea In
AVOaLiVX AITD THE BABY.
vVhat a puzzle the little child is in the domestic cctnomy!
I low the mother gives of her own life and strength to support the life
of her blessed little youngster I
How the child kicks, and laughs, and crows I
How the child grows, and is heavier and heavier everyday.
And yet she lilts him, and tosses him, and plays with him, nnd takes
care of him by day and by night.
Is it any wonder the mother breaks down? Iter back aches. Her
stomach fails her. Her liver is bad. Her blood is thin, and she says she
fecb poorly. Yc3, yes, poorly very poorly. Give mother a bottle of
Brozvti's Iron Bitters. Sne needs the iron in her blood, which that will
put there. She must have strength, or she will be a confirmed old invalid.
firmm's Iron Hitters helps worn and weary women into new life,
cheerfulness, and vigor. Tell all the mothers you know. 9
venllon is belter than curt. JOlt.1hO.VM ANODlNK LINIMENT L'UltES Innuenia. Hoar... I
met, ltaai.a,iiK mf,t; i liuva,'ft ivuh, aoaai iiixal
.& Il.tb li.d tJVj.tvK lBuu.ABaj ina.rtK lll.p.S.M.
uma narg rwu ryrrTwnrra nmiuri aoni rnr.f
Lay the Axe
to the Root
If you would destroy tlio can
kcrlnc worm. For any oxtor
mil pain, sore, wound or lame
ness of mau or beast, uso only
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
31GNT. It iionetratcs all nms
clo and llesli to tlio Tory liono,
oxpclliug all inilaiiiinntion,
soreness and pain, nml herding
tlto diseased part as no other
Liniment over did or can. So
salth tlio experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will yon say when you linvo
tried tlio "Muslang,"
Thentk rttHs hi
err rr Joint ss4 sber
the trttin mtj jel
be freed from the
qium tmlntt It with
thit ben-Acent tail
tptirooiMe, which It
furthermore a an
rmie remedy for
liver eomplilni. eon
rot tale fc alt
prartl't ted Dai'
BREECH LOADER $15
Sllet Darreta. IO or 13 1xr
Wtbave Just received a lot of tha W.KIeharile
Ilreerh leader, snd otter tnem at abort erica,
with l eonipleie let ot r losd n Iraplemenia. fftf
ttty limited Every gun wsrrsned. and s-n C.O.U.
with pilvtlef 1 of lamination n trial.
E. E. MENCES eV CO.
Direct Importers ot Guns and 6i Goads,
131.133 West rifth Btrett,
niostriled Catalogue Free. Ilnntaa J'ltr, Mo.
I was tnfrerlna: from Blood rotsnn and Mercurial
ntieumatlsm. and had spent t'lD for treatment with nc
bt-nent. and II aeemed thai 1 wsa (loomed to die.
Caught it rlwin'l SpectOO as a drownlne Bin would at
a straw, and It has saved rro from a horrtbla death,
and cured me sound and well. It h the rreaiest medi
cine la the world. C II. Bmtir, Qulocy, IU.
ItnREIIITARV.-Swm'i Specific eered. me
touwl tnd well of a scrofulous tslnt inherited from
my ancestors. J. A Mar, Macon, Oa.
I am sure lost Swift's PperlAe saved my life. I wat
terribly pulsnned with Malaria, and was, given up to
die Swifft Bpt-etnc rell-ved me pvomply and cuUra-
ly. lining it la trugresiesir-mejoi ui-g-.
U. O. Sraxcsa, Sup I
Vorkv Uoiue. Oa.
1 nnfi BEIVAnnwfll be paid lo any chemlet
V1,UUU who will find, on analysis of Id) bottles of
s. 8. S. one partlclo vt mercury, fodlde potassium, oi
any poisonous substsnee, ......
Swirr SricinoCo., Drawers, Atlanta. Oa.
OartreatlM oallloodand Skin Diseases mailed free
Sawing Made Easy
Monarch Lightning sawing macninei
A Orent HMVInar of
SR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT
r wrt rToutMlunamaiiim,ravr
BUris, Pf QraUaTl, pruura, Ja.(U-
iarrijtJ,CDniU nation. hrj
IrarottMurr 1'rvUpsa Utr1
-yrt '. On1yBc1sntinoIWItUiAttiKUtM
KIctiidtr and Havtmrtlnn ihrough thn bulr. ana rn t
far.W, J. IIOHKEaUTeutorslSl n tajtjAT.aucco,lIl.
W HJrl.Haf Bir utoiticxri a5Polpirri
wtillo m eerTlc ca w rutlfcu'd u ruler act ( Uft
ronsTTTM hy oprtflng durtnilj-n. Apply u T. ",
TAlKMAliUK, Allornry, AVaiuinotos, D, (J.,
who huhsvl'il year rit--rtence and rrrommrnrtrd ai
reliable ty Wm. uatriko. lstComptrntlrnf tho U.
8 Trraiurr, Kocbaivi unlru turaifal IlrjecUij
or idiprndrd raara cutlrcft on tam frma.
Aliti prcaltrl'enalua Clulmt.
cmti whiii sit itit rant.
IteatCnnclirJjrun. TastearoniL Q
Use In lime. HoIdbrdrutaUta. tj
an1 rotxl tUnr tlllfr Q" City
ftllrt ndtkta.c hprt'rU.
SttwpttnutAt Kr. AtlrM (ueu
Herortala, Rait Rbelinl, V-rr-
lelus. Jlaeumutlsns, and all
lllood dleeasea. currd or Loose's
r...... r,.i f-i.r. umi ftip elniilars and tettl
monlala. J. M. I.OO-SK.t CO., Monroe, Mich.
CHICAGO SCALE CO.
Ul mlA Jttirton Strut. CMraM. til.
fftMlili ll '-fon Hum Scale, a)4Ut A-ToatjnOl
tasajfi "Uiilo Dtl.cllf a," L rend for l'rtot Llii
Flnett Ilno int10r-ii. aC
nlulnlhe AVorl.l. MnlloU
Vrm Nentl vaupnnmrf
JJZEDS TEMPLE orJltJSIO,
BRYANT & STRATTONS SSJ'HH
St. Itols, lo. 7uuitadenls yearly, flradaates saeeessrol
UgstUnccmtilorSMiiL M..ND FOK ClIlCUU.Vlt,
TTTos .t ITare tent r o j). anvvtbern. Whole
saleklteutl ITlrMKt rree. (loods ruarao -teed.
on receipt of O oonts for Postaco.
containing I BOO "iN CRAVINGS of
tbo roost beautiful things in
wtegma caios ao sutioihit,
tllVtl PUTIO WAtt, YAJII. ITC.
cu will ba snrDnsedto leara at vibat rtinarkablv tou
St. I-iols call ao J sea tbein.
NOS. 401, 403 A409
SOUTH rCSIIH STIttT,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CHOUr, ASTHMA, HKONCIIITIS, I
J011SSUMI AMJIIY.Nt; I.I.M1MEMT
ltr InHrnal tnd Utttmil Cut villi In.
stsntly rellsvt llista terrlblt tliieties, and I
will positively cura nlnt cases out of tea. I
Inrurmsiton ibsi will save many lives tent I
in-a ur mi lion I a. is . mnm.nt. it..
I h.a.H J.L-. J a.- 1,11 . . am. - m afl
4. Kldnc Trouble I, dJ 8
llminn, Kai I
I ti. JutlNnCIN A CO
S,rjfWUlTJt imiPftl MOfUUla
......vv.v ..Mr. aint ,
an fnullie's curl for l'llea.
rrlce SI, from druggists, or
sent nr.ri.ld hv m.ll H.mnlea
. Ad aSaukshm,"
mskcis, tioizsis, asw tore
"THE BEST 18 THE CHEAFE8V."
saw nmiAflrK thbesktrs,
IFor al I sset tons sa4 purposes J Writ for Hr ranrhlst
ana ITlces lo m aultman Taj lor uo. , jlassneld, udu
no pateht7no pati
IL a A. I. LACEl'.l'alenl
a nioisiH Attoi-neys. Wasblntton, I). C
roll Instructions aM Usnd-Uook oM'.lenls scut free.
make money aeiilnf oar Family Mrdl
tlnesi no csptial reiintrefL aTaXDaac
L'caaCo. 107 Pear' at., Ssr loss.
MOXTIJ. Aietits TTanteit BO best
lllnaartlrliBlnlheworl 1 ssmnla SAA'
Arc.l JAY llUO.NSO.y. UiTaotT. Iicj.
ff 79 A WEEK. 13 a asj at homo ta.llr mads.
J)l iOostljouultfre. AndrestTrutaiOo. Aajn'tta. Ma.
SUM Sin 1USI LAis.llt.
5 tO ttOrrtLaSifflSS
AWERKInrourowntotm. Terms and
TTKJt.V tmiTINQ IO AMtVKUTISK,
jtleaaa my vu law tho Aiirt rltttuiastl
in ffita jssiBiari
V0L.-V A .J nfLSe,
V V j&ZA v I a"' TTVTal aaUwaTlOd
dQ lutrtriiTto wna "gaan
gagVje? Orlglnsl Sttcl Engravings, CsH
IT'S Send twenty cents for ems eopr, snd &!
BLb pu will cenalnlr auliscrlbt Two Dollars Kiafl
VH for a ytsr and get ten times Its val je- )
B7j tV. Jewalags Pemaeest, Iwblliber, flrVai
WlA IT East IdlliSt., w Yaek. J
gMHI sis sr ii si-siutiM sss esifiTiis. awstasl
sl'Jl Brntonnoilnrt JB
ai Test Trial, ytt
Aboy It vears old ean saw legs FAST and EAST Mltll
ICnsr.ror1re,Wleh rtli Am WK-hplwerlwIih
Into tulUbU Irnirthi f off. ml. 7 note nxxl, tuiJ !. orti
of lff-utUrg' Hlir'- irMnnrlviW. HmtirMw
A. P. OOnVKOXT,
RKRon loft sldo. Varii us m rkssndnls
htands. tlango On I'lyiir'a . r ok, It rallf
wot of Vlnlto, I. T.
tmooth crop In tlio left rsr
nortrs lirnii'lcvl tstno on tha left hip.
Vlnlta, I. T.
Ororblt In tho If ft car, crop ana oveiblt t
' ,T. f. CtTltlw,
I.C. on left hip or liie. an.lsaildla rtirmp ot
ltanirc On Curl Creek.
G. AV. GXMSI31V,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Crop off loft ear and crop anil split In rla;ht eat
(iiilc-Near Vlnlta, I T.
J. A. FORiaMAJN,
Ootvala, I. T,
DnJerblt In left ear, ovcrblt In ri-ht.
Ibtnyc - I'.lKht miles north of Claremora.
J. O. XIAXJL
Vlnlta, I. T.
Underblt In each car. Horse brand tame as ot
Lrnoe-Ilctvfcon Cabin and Tryor's Creokt.
li. W. 1UUER,
Trior's Creek, I, T.
Crop and split In left ear, swallow fork In right
fcnile rrj-nr's Creok.
J. jV. xiiojipson,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Onder half crop on left ear Hint spilt In rlth,
"V. O. OIIA-MlilflltLillN,
Vlnllu, I. T,
Otertlopo In loft car.
J. O. IIOGAN,
Trror'a Creek, I. T
Birsllow fork and underblt In right cart ntt
dertlope In left. i&inv-rryors Crcok.
Vllltlo, I. T,
tlnderilope In each ear. llunae I'ryor't Creek,
tu miles south of Vln ti, noar M K. i. T. It. if.
Itoad llrand-Ixift W loin.
X. rX BIoHPADDIN,
Vtlllta, I. T,
Crop off left ear, orerblt In right Tlanch-"l..1-.00!
?r'1f. Itoad brand-Is. Crop an3
split in left ear, swallow fork in tight ear.
ix. xv. xvrxi3,
Oowala, I. T.
Crop and underblt snd o erblt In right esf,
iwsllow tork and underblt In left, notihel in
neck. Janjo-Hctween Verdigris and Csntv,
1, i 'MB iMifcgWaataaaa1ll(at
, ,-ri -"lH iljgaMJaiZamJs!iMtliaia
Om if M$?ytafl
'-tm-'-sr?- naw -v
t-.u.aasta I afi.timnA!mi"
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