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OLD MRS. a RIMES.
(Tunci ' Old (1 rimes Is Iesa.")
OMMr nrlmeslsrleaA Alis!
TTo ne'er shall sco her more.
She was iho wile ot stood o'd Grimes,
Who JN tome jrwtrs before.
A very worthy dame In (rone,
JMnco sho iravo up hvr breaths
Her ncart was white Ith frosts of time,
Kbo Urol until her death.
Though riurh the path, her willing feet
irer wiael where duty Iwli
And never wore pair of th cs,
Kxtepl when out of bed.
llur the was, from morn to nlirht,
fnlte of o'd Time's advances!
Although her lmtnl left her hero
In easy circumstances.
Good Mm. Grimes U now at rest,
fhe'll rcsttlirotiirh endless ntfs:
The nun ! set, her work In clone,
she's jono to claim her wage.
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TWO IX USE.
A Itematkahle freak of .Nature Millie
C'rtrl.llne. the Double-Ueade-I Woman
Home of Iter Mental anil Physical Pe
rllrlll4. Jliss Mllllo Christine, tlio double
lirailcil lady, was seen this morning by
n reporter of tho Journal, wjit hail tin
xcccdlngly interesting conversation
with her regarding herself, ber past his
tory nnil otrcrienso. When tho ro
Krtcr wns Announced nt Miss Chris
tlno npartmr-jjts nt tho Sherman
JIoue ahc was seated In an arm clmlr
facing tha door, and immediately mso"
nnd otfinded a raot courteous recep
tion. The appearance sho presented
was that of two persons sitting Mdo by
sldo in tho same, chair, and ns tho con
versation went on tho rejwrtcr could
never jret rid of tho Impression that ho
' was talking to two senarn!.' nnd dis
tinct pcrKun. At tho invitation of his
hostess he seated himself In a chair op
posite her or them and requested a
kcleh of her career from her birth up
till tho present time.
' First permit me to ask you," said
the Inquisitor, " w hen I am shaking to
you am I to address you aslwo .crone?"
"You may consider ns two In one.''
laughingly replied the right-hand haul.
"Independent, but always agreed,",
ailded the left. " Wo have two iKSffetit
ly distinct minds and think entirely in
dependently, but wo nro always perfect
ly lirroon!ou. Wo have never had tho
least difference of opinion on any sub
ject, and never quarrel.''
"Will you pleaso give mo a short
skelch of your history, then?"
"To begin at tho beginning, then,"
said tho left head, "I was born In Co
lumbus County, X. C Mv parents nro
both alive, and now resfdo In South
"Do they consider you as two or
"Two In one'sald the right head.
" Arc thero any other children in tho
" I have three brothers and three sis
slstors," said tho left head.
"And hqw many . children do you
count In tho whole family?"
" Oh, there are seven children In our
family," the fvamchoad replied.
"Arc you tho oldest?'
"Or the youngest?"
" No; them nro threo older and lhro'
younger. I oomo In right in tho mid
dle." "And aro any of tho others different
la formation from ordinary people?"
"So, not In tho least."
" Whin d!d you first begin to exhib
it?" "I was stolen from Philadelphia when
I was ono or two year old. Iirastben
on exhibition there and was stolen for
purposes of exhibition. The person
who stolo mo took mo to Europe, and 1
was there two, three or four vears. My
tnaunger' father, Mr. Sniitft, took my
mother over to Europe, w hen they dis
covered where I was, and they brought
"Was the person who stolo you pun
ished in nor way?"
" No, my mother was too glad to get
mo hack lo iKither anything about him.
Wo then came back to th' country and
I remained hero till 1171, when 1 wont
second time to Kttropo and remained
hero eight oars."
" Wa.s It during tho first or second
visit, to "Europe that vou booamo pro
ficient as a lingnt?,"
"Oh, during the econd trip. It was
tho Wdy who took mo there who cdu
"What Eunipoan countries did you
"1 went all over through Great Hrlt
aln anil Ireland and tho Contlurnt, ex
hib!tin; in all its prino pal c Ucs. I al
ways drew great crowds everywlwre.
Tliat was a very pleasant trip, and dur
ing it I niado numerous pergonal
"I came back here In 1879. and since
then I havo been exhibiting in tho far
Wct and extreme Sojith. Indeed,
there nro not many places of any Im
portance In this country whore I have
not exhibited. Four months last winter
I tpent quietly at home with .ray par
ents." " Is your concral health rol? '
"Yes; I havo excellent health all the i
"Shoidd one of you suffer would tho
otlior suffer, too?"
"Vi If one suffers, lioth do."
"Uo you both constantly go to fleop
t)gvthcr, or will ono go to sleep and
the other remain awake?"
"fjenerally wo go to nloep together
and sleep for tho amo length of tune.
Occasionally oue will bo asleep when
tho other U awake, but only for a very
"Do both heads cat, or does ono eat
ing do for both?"
Ono eating would sustain tho life of
both, but both tfo eat, and both
hungry and thirsty."
"Is one over hungry and tho othor Is
"Xo; both get hungrr together."
"Aro tho tatos of both similar?"
"Yes; both have the samo tastes.
o are at all times perfectly har
monious on uvcrything. Wherever ono
Is, there tho other will generally bo
"Does your similarity of tastes extend
to tho intellectual?"
"Yes; no havo similar mental tastes.
o have never had anything to quarrel
about. Sometimes ono will read and
tho other will writo at tho samo time,
but tho difference never extends beyond
that. Uoth mental and physical tastes
are tho same."
Mi'llo Christine is religious, and will
not break tho Sabbath by exhibiting on
Some time ago a correspondent of tho
Auckland (Sow Zealand) A'rtw writing
from San rranclsco gave the following
description of this freak of nature, treat
ing especially of her physical peculiari
ties "Jllss Millie Christine Is a colored
lady, born consequently of negro pa
rents. She has two heads, four arms,
four logs and one body. From the
waist upward the bodies aro twain,
fastoued together at tho back by a largo
piece of cxtra&cous. tlcsh, the one com
mencing nt tho waist and finishing at
tho commencement of tho dual thighs.
As she stands it Is as though two forms
stood before you, sayo auii except that
only one skirt falls from tho waist to
tho knew, Tho abdomen, Instead of
being boforo olther of tho face, Is side
we between the two forms, tho back
corresponding, therefore, Miss Millie
walka tldewlio, ns a matter of course.
Tint heads, however, partially faco tho
Wf, m trom itoalro to sen nnd speak
to. one anollier, and havo In tho ootirto
of year become stationary in that posi
tion, that Is to say, tho toros have be
come fixed, tho pow.r to torn Urn ha I
bnck to back tlll remaining. Stieh
mormtrositles aro no(, as a rule, pleasant
to look upon, but in this raso MIm
Mllllo Is an exception, as there is noth
ing unpleaant In the nppcaranro of
tho "Mchtingale." On tho contrary
ho Is a very pleaantand well-educated
person, speaking English, (Jertnan
and Frcnrh llncntly, nlo n little
Spanish. It Is very curious to hear her
snoak different languages with her
double mouths at the same time, and,
though she calls herself Miss Mllllo Chris
tine, from my own standpoint I should
pronounce this mntros!ty twins
spoiled by a fmk of nature. The
head and bust of one is stout nnd large,
exactly resembling the mother; (ho
other Is much smaller, and totally dif
ferent In features, favoring her father.
As sho sits down, Mls Mllio presents
the appearance of two girls squeezing
Into ono chair, as girls ottcn do. The
legs move at preciely the same moment
In walking or dancing, though tho
heads and arms are ponoctlv Independ
ent of -ach other. Tho lady has tuo
beautiful voices, singing duets charm
ingly; when warbling a solo the voice
and replratbn Is at ono. I had a long
conversatlonwlth tho 'Nightingale,' (n
which she told mo that thero is neVif
tho slightest difference of opinion be
tween licr antl her -tlnublo; they agree
In all things, are hungry nnd thirsty at
the samo time, eat the samo things, nnd
dlyido everything, 'oitn to a peanut'
When alone they conterse on nil kindi
of topics, rarufy having d fforout
thought, ocojl occasionally being puz
zled ni to tho faccri they havo seen."
Something About tin Aslor.'.
lxxik at tho Astors. Only a few gen
erations ago nnd they were bntchor-s
selling meat to any one who wanted to
buy It; now the nro considered ',hc
most exclusive family In New Y rk.
Old John Jacob Astor camo over Lre
from Germany a hundred years ago Mid
set up a butcher shop In the lluwt ry,
where ho made a great deal of morvy.
Tho brothers of this original Astor wore
musical InUnmiont makers, and when
the famous John Jarob ntnrtcd In the
fur business In Now York ho hnd
musical Instruments as ono of the de
partments of Ids trade lletwccn flutes
and furs ho m.ndo about 92.jO.00O In six
teen years. They wero real merchants
in those days and owned their own
ships, nnd Mr. Astor used to load his
vessels with furs nnd send ticrato I.on-
uon; from i.omlon thoy would go lo
China and return to Now York with n
cargo or teas. It Is said that ho often
nettod ns much as $70,000 on a single
Importation' of that article. Tho greater
jtart of his money, however, was made
bv judicious Investments in real estate.
lho Astors bought properly up town
when other nconTo wero btiun? below
Canal street. I bcllevo thoy own as
many ns 800 houcs In tho most-thleklv
populated up-town districts. Most o'f
their houses are built of grayish
ycllowstone, and nro devoted "en
tirely to renting. The Astor homo
Is now on Mndlson avenue at
least that is where Mr. William
II. Astor, tho senior member of tho
family, resides and It Is built of the
same colored stono as his tenant hottes.
Over tho front cntranco Is a glasi and
stouo Inclosuru devoted to Mowers,
which breaks tho monotony of tho stono
walls and gives It a very pretty appear
anco from tho street. Mr. William 11
Astor looks even- Inch lho millionaire.
Ho Is not pretty, but ho Is distinguished
jooHing, is tan nnil afoul, Willi a ruddy
complexion and elose-crppcd mustache
and longlsh sldo-whukers that grow
straight down from the cars. Hut Mr
Astor is very much afraid of getting ou
stout, and used to walk all the way trom
hi office, which was in the lower part
of tho city-Prince street, 1 think-.up
to his houo on Madison aveuue. Thl
is about tho only oxerciso that most o)
the Now York men get, Thov dislike
wnlktng for . walking's sake, "but will
walk up or down town onro a dav ns a
sort of duty. I fancy thoy find It neofs
sarv, because most of these bankers and
brokers are high livers, nnd if they do
not take some exorcise are very apt to
Ihj visited with Ills that oomo from high
living. Tho wealth of tho Astor family
now is saiil to amount to S.W.OOO.OOO
apiece for William and John Jacob, tho
two oldest. Joh l Jacob has but one son,
William W. Aslor, familiarly known as
WilHo, the pro-'ont United Stntos Min
ister to Home A'. Y. for. lMadtliMx
About tho Children.
Now that tho long, cool evenings a.'c
upon us It behoove us uho are parents
to look well to it that we know where
tho Ikivs are after dark, and nlo how
our girl are progressing in their solunl
duties. It is a blowsed order of things
in tho Divino economy that each soii'-ou
brlngn Its own special attractions and
duties. Tho lassitude of spring-time t
usually succeeded by tho whilom rest ol
summer, but It naturally ensues that ai
the busy seasons of autumn and wlntet
come on, rcnoAod physical energies ad
mit of extra diversion and evcrtiou. It
is now that thu Intluenco of the homo U
foU in a pecuiiarly strong dogree. And
!. us remember that the improssloni
a.ul instructions our children nro nv
ceiv t;; from us now, duritig tho poriod
o yocth, will oliife whether for good
orCtcrmlso depends mainly upon the
heads of thu household.
It taktts patience, porseoranco and
prayor to maintain an even wholomt
influence in tho family, jinrtkiularl)
when tho dally duties am constant and
irksome; but It is a matter of vital nnd
enduring importance that parents lie on
lho nlort to secure the bout welfare ol
tho children intrusted to thoir chnrgo
an immortal charge. We know a
fa' her who Is anxious that his bo!
shall enjoy all tho wholootne enjoy
ment ho can afford them. With tlili
view thoy nro frequently allowed to at
tend owning amusements of an In
stnietlvooruutoralnlng character, but
he always jroej toilA lirm.
Is this not a most wl..o course, far pre
orablo to allowing them they are ImU
of twelve ami fourteen to go in coie
pany with several otherlws We ha
walehed tho progress of tills plan, anc
find that at the same time llioso Uj
show their father all duo respect, as tlnn
aro jiroporl requlreil to do. they jot re
card him as a most, desirable compan
ion, not exactly like " ono of the otocl
bojs." but qulto as agreeable.
Hemember that those littlo folks ar:
watching tt, and are shrewd, obssrvin
arul retentiw. Hut littlo escape thoir
keen eyes, and many Is the wound un
wittingly inilicted by really kind par
ents. Wo shall uo readily forgot tin
silent, reproachful eyes of a littlo child
who once heard her mother make t
slight remark, comparing her unfavor
ably with somo other children. In Intel
life tho child declared that man wai
tho cry she had over that unintentional
wound. They are both In Heaven now,
mother and child, aud the wouufl is en
tirely healed, but the memory of II
lasted for all time.
The precious children ! Oh, let us be
ware. Ihoy will not ba the children
long, but will be tho fathers, the moth
ers, tho writers, the statesmen of th ,
ri.iiiM r?A.j .. .... . .. . '
uiuiv. nun Kiam ui Kiatu a so train
them, consider their wants and tholt
feelings with such judgment and prayer
fulness that wo shall never cry unavnll
Ingly In time to couiot "Oh, that tht
children could be youne; airaln!"
Golden Jlule. b
A regular kldnaiwr soothlnj
sirup mlaJclphta llcrntd, '
i'F.ltSOXATj AM) LITEU.UIT.
IV'i has ' n s nln for thlrtr
yearv. nnd Vinson for iwrntj
It .s m NovetnlKT. a hundred
vears ago. that old John J-b Ator
set sail from liermany for Jew York
with fiotlilnsf but n flve-notind nido and
s-voit Oormtn flutes In his jtoeket, .V.
Tlio husband of the lite Mrs.
Yanny ffrague, of lthode Island,
mother of tho ox-Oorertior, was mur
dered In 1818, and John Gorton wnt
hanged fur participation In the crimo
Renoral Crook, the Indian-fighter,
s said to bo very abstentious, not drink
ing any kind of nlchollc liquor, tea or
inlToe- Ills favorite beverage Is fresh
milk. In dress ho is etpmlly plain, but
he not In Uto least degree slovenly.
Mr. A. D.'Hatoh. of New Iledford,
who originated the New Itodford ex
pres when eta ntlllosHl wns first opened
to that clt., rtfrs his trienili to the
nineUeth f'snlm of IJnvld. tho tenth
verse. He wm still nellvo nnd mmlnl. as
In earlier limes, on his seventieth natnl
day. lloMon IW.
Mr. John It. Fruneli. formerly Ser
geant nt-Anns of the United States Sen
nte. In his lecture "Ten Years Among
Ue Senators," rank WllHam Pitt Fes
senden ns the greatest member of that
body he over ktmw, bill savs ho went In
nnd nut of tho Senate (Ninmber with
loss preterulnn than tho man who
openod and shut tho doors. IniliaHtitro
Mgr. Cnpel was askeil what struck
him ni'sst forciblv In this country, and
ho repllml: "The procoelounes of
ohlldwn." He says that whllo In Haiti
more tho Aruhblshop took him to oall
on n lady. Whllo makloj tho visit a
boy nred four years camo In tho room,
nnd his mother said: "My son, speak
to the Archbishop." He obeyed readi
ly, nnd. holding out lib band, said:
"How do, Arch?" CUirngn TritHtie.
- Comptroller Knox, of the Treasury
Department, Is thus described: "Ills
perMinal apitearnnot) Is rpillo striking,
lihs tall, well-n-mrislied figure, dlgnlllod
carriage, topped by a hoad ns massive
as n maul, gray mtistaoJie nnd hair,
bright eyes twinkling Milnil golden
riuimetl glasses, heavy laws, exjiresstvo
of rosoliiioii, nnd under lip slightly
nursed, apparently by habits of catcula
tat on, constittitd an efMfmtVe calculated
to attract a socond look nt tho man,
nsido from the knowledgo of his fame."
The question Is: Cnn n girl who
doesn't use powder make herhair bang?
"Pa." salil a little boy, "a hon-els
worth a good deal more. Isn't it, after
It's broke?" " Yes. my son. Why do
vou ask such a question?" " Hocauito I
broko the new rocking horse you gave
mo this moro!ng."--iY. 1'. Journal.
" Mr. Jto Indulgos largoly In
hyperbole," remarked the high-seliool
girl to hr mother. "Ye," nusworod
tho old lady: " Mrs. Jonee t dd mo he'd
tnken to drinking: I'm u s irry for lilt
wlfu, tMHjr thing. "Oil CWv Derrick.
Tlie Hoston girl goes Into a iini'le
store and asks for "iwcharine sKel
msns of tho genus ioln onler v lolscaro.
perennial hertmctxius plants, ncnulescent
or cauleMont, MNluneles angular, soli
tary." Anil tho clerk wants to know il
Fritz Km nil t wrote It, nnd sho faint.
Two ParU:nn Esatts were taking
suiipor at n farm-house nenr Orleans.
All at onoti one of them made a wry
face, called the housewife and showed
her a very tine blonde hair in the hare
ragout. The good woman smiled and
sild: "Yw, there is one. after all; ox
cuso me, gentlomon. I thought I had
taken them all out!"
A writer In a Northern newspaper
says that ho can throw apiece of Arkitn
saw corn-bread through a hrk wall
ten feet thick. This story is greatly ex
aggerated, as nine feot nnd a half is the
thickest wall through wh!oh a pleeo ol
brtndcnu be thrown. Such reckless
writer tend to bring n State into con
tempt. AriitnMiw fraiclUr.
Nothing could go bejoml an adver
tisement we met witli lately of a Yan
kee ntietioneor. It offered" for snlo a
sweet and pensive retucment" on the
liauks of the Hudson, ami after describ
ing the " streams of sparkling bright
ness," and tho "fruit o( the tropica in
golden beauty," mentions that "the
slnbUvs nre worthy of the steeds of Nim
rod or the Muds of Achi'Ies, aud its
horonry was built expressly f tho bird!
of Paradise, while somber In the dis
tance, liketheoavoof hermit, glimnos
are caught of the dog-houso." Chicago
An ovaslvo answor: " Pat," said hi
revoreno , " I shall bo very busy this
afternoon, nud it any one calls I do not
,wlh to be disturbed. " All right, sor;
will I tell them you're not in?" " No,
PaU that would lo a Ho." "An
iiliw.-u'll I say. yer reverence?" "Oh,
just put them off "lili nn ovaslvo nn
swer." At su)inertlmo Pat was asked
if any oue had tailed. "Pnk, thore
dd." "And what did you toll him?"
said tho priest. "Skure, an' I g!vo Jilm
an ovaslvo answer." "How ww that?''
qtioriod hks revorence." "Hennoilme
wns or honor in, an" I see to li'iu, sec I:
Was yor gniu'iuother a hoot-owl?1 "
V. i'. Urapktt-
Newmarket jnekets, both long ami
short, are agn'n in high vogue.
Tha hlotii-o bodioe ranks net to tho
Cnmsrgo bodice in iMjpulnrity.
Hoop eur-rliigs, t with diamonds
nnd otlwr jwo!s, are very fahknabiy
Cloth loquoi and velvet jockey caps
will be worn with costume of doth aud
A favorite brocaded velrot. ttsexl just
now both for wr and onstumos,
shows a light ground of almond or pale
doe color, with large brocaded figures
in dark plum, rub) and golden brown.
The satin or veil et made up with this
material sometimes matches the color
of the ground, and is MMueiintes the
shade of the vol let. On Mime of the
new-patterned hrocsde-s the design is
Iinineii'M-ly large, but the best-drsed
people draw the lineal the medium sire.
Society young ladies, with plenty ol
time on the r liands, are just now busy
ing themselves by painting small bright
tlowers of every description in tiny
clusters upon yanU ami yards of white
nud pule-linted ulln ribbon. These
r boons the will use later to decorate
the'r dancing toilets of cloudy India
silk gatuo and tulle. A dress of this
kind, lately completed in this oity , hid
over two hundred anls of painted rib
bon ns its trimming, to say nothing of
tho enormous h draped nt oue side,
nnd painted in large blush roses and
foliage. Tho narrow ribbon was paint
ed in moss buds set into wood mosses.
Velvet ill be the rage for this aud
the coining season. The hamUomesl of
the imported oo.dumoj in vehet for
autumn wear are totally unt rimmed
save In the matter of button, which, to
make up for this "implied of sty lo, aro
often very beautiful and ery expensive.
Silver Is 'the favorite metal for thoe
buttons tho doslgtis ooplod frequently
from buttons worn iu tho time of lieorgo
I. and tlioe worn at the court of Louts
XVI. iomo of thes are very chaste,
but n'H nevertheless said to be excellent
imitations of the genuine article. Manv
of theo cottons are studded with half
precious ttoncf, and appear to great ad
vantage uppn the Imois and large
pocket L'aps of the Ol t luard wsyu
coats now 10 fastlonaMy worn. .V, f
: Opium is sjrtrji'.t! jtisly snfpllcd by
! 5an Irapr ise-jf lunamen to their coun
; '.rjmen In tho Sandwich Islands, where
.- ... . t.i n-i .1 l.! i..i..
11 is luriiiiuieu. x uu uru uj:'iin ciuiy
dollars to ninety dollars a pound, and
tho smuggling of a few hundred pounds
niakrt a Chinaman rich. In number
Io.m ways tboy contrive to Introduce It.
A large" safe was consigned to n prosper
otis 'inereliant. An olllcer demanded
thai It Ijo openeil. The Chinaman do
eltreil that no had forgotten the combin
ation. Tliat night the safe, weighing
four tons, was taken out of tho bonded
warehouse, carted away several miles,
emptied, and left In a-'sugar-oane-field,
where the oflleors found it tho next day,
with evidence that It had been crammed
with opium. A man had a contract for
trashing the linen of the Pacific Mall
toamers. Hundreds of bundles, each
containing a can of opium, were pitched
from the steamer deck to the wharf,
and carried away to his laundry. Ho
happened lo be sick on one occasion,
and his assUtant, who was ignorant of
Iho contraband trade, handled tho linen
in such a way that nn nn opium-can fell
out A great number of sewing ma
chines wore sent to Honolulu, and by
accident It war discovered that tho legs
ere hollow and packed with opium.
Opium has been delivered in tho Islands
In fruit cans, the can lelng divided into
three compartments, tho two outsido
ones filled with fruit and tho larger ono
with opium. Large quantities havo also
been shipped to the Islands In stove
wood, each piece of the wood being
bored. Masses of coal havo done service
in tho same way. Sun Francisco Call.
Fallhful Unto Death.
Tliore stands on Third South street.
Salt Inke City, nn odilly-constmctod
Ihhiso of two low stories, wlioso walls
aro covered with so many coats of white
wash that tho nature of the material of
which they are made Is completely con
coaled. Plaster figures painted Iu
brilliant colors, llaming curtains and at
the windows variegated fringus of tisstio
paper contrast fantastically tilth the
dnzzllng whiteness of tho walls, and con
vince the spectator that tho owner of
tho premises must bo himself a singular
combination. And so ho Is; Indeed, the
Inhabitant Is far stranger than habita
tion. Ho Is n Norwegian Mormon, fifty
j ears old. So far from having numer
ous wives, he has no wife nt all, but
steadfastly keeps a promise which he
made more than thirty years ago to a
girl whom ho mairicd on her death-KM
that ho would never tuarrv a;nln. He
lives entirely nlonc, nnd admits that ho
fct oppressed by the sclltudo of his home,
fo which ho never admits a visitor. On
several occasions ho lias foil inclined to
mam', and tho Mormon bishops havo
urged him to take that st: night road to
salvation, but tho recollection of his
promise has always iutcrposed. Salt
It Is said that a young man mado a
lingular contract with a farmer near
Abboville, Ala., last year. Ho agreed
to WTk a year for tiie fanner's daughter
and a double-barreled shot-gun. This
contract ho faithfully carried out, and
Is now happy in tho possession of his
double reward. Sf. Louis lit.
The Utile .Model JUubllc.
YaU-araiso, CiiiM.-S.-nor IllearJo Stu
ren, a lending rommlislon merchant of this
:lty, after bavins exhausted oil other reme
di.t has been completely cured ot rheums
tiani by the use of 6t. Jarobi Oil, the great
paln-banlakcr. lie nvikui this public
" I kotick the members ot the Tola lo
Hall Club are a little wild," laid a voting
port. "They ouzht Toledo a different
life," was the reply.
rioneer IlUtory of Amerlem.
This tplendtd Tolume of 1OTJ pa;es
crowded with elecant and striking full.
Jsga illustrat.ont hat Jut been utd br
ones Bros. & Co., St-IOul,Mo. This ex
t niiTO worlt lulu conneeted historical value
as well asthrllUni;narratlTe Interest.. The
author Is a penpicuous and dramatic writ
er, and rarries each recital forward to nn
nbnurblns climax. Tne liuiulreil encrnv
Ings are not only well drawn, but nre full
of ihoujht, suscestloii and feeling. The
work Is written in tho best, most grsphtr,
historical style, which, combined with the
Intensely Interesting facts detailed, will
bo it the attontlon of the render through
out. No other book on Pioneer Life ap
proaches It In vividness of description,
purity and vlfror of style, accuracy of de
tail and fascination ot the sory. The ex
cellent introduction by Dr. Itldpath, writ
ten in his proverbially accurate nnd fnscl
intlnc tnnnner.'ts a good contribution to the
volume. The piiullehi-r,who are an old and
reliable Ann, wi nt ap-ntitotake orders for
the work. Cincinnati Comintrcial-Uazc'.te.
rUTUnOAT always reminds one of the
woodsn thins shoemakers me when they
make stck folU' shoes. Its the last of the
Vno has not seen the fair, fresh yonn;r
clrl transformed In a fen- months Into the
pale, haggard, dispirited woman! The
sparkling eyes aro dimmed, and tho ring
ing laugh heard no more. Too often the
causes are disorders of the system which
Dr. l'leice's "Favorite Prescription" would
remedv In a short time, Hemember, that
the " Favorite Prescription" will unfailing,
ly cure all "female weaknesses," and re
store health and beauty. Br all drugciits.
Send three stamps for Dr. Pierce's treatise
sn DUessec on Woman (! pages i. Addreii:
World's Medical Asso'.-c, Buffalo. Y.
A DaiTOs- (O.) man put
pistol ball in
his stomach. As bis ilft!on Ii rood he
may noi uigesiyot.
dyspeptic or oonstlpated, should address,
w lib two stamps for pamphlet. tVonun's
lisr-j:.Sj.HT Medical Abs'.v. Buffalo. N.Y.
ALTiiovon the lower animals oan not talk
they are nearly all tail-bearers.
I HAVB been using Swift's Sreelflo (B. 8.
8.) and tlml it to lw 'he best remedy of the
kind that I have ever been able to get, and
I have tried them all.
Jonx TiscttER, Sd V. H. Cavalry.
The dark ajes a woman's between twenty-lire
and txy.JjHrlington fret J'rtst.
Ira couch disturbs yonr sleep, take Plso's
Cure for I onmmDtlon and rent wtll.
TIIK (lEXKIt.VI. MAHK1XS.
KANSAS tITV. Nov II.
C.VTTI.B Shlpelivir Stet-rs vi t
Native Heifers J 11)
Natlre Cons 5 o u
llutehers SUwr, !t ill lit
HOGS flood to obotee hcair
OAT No. t
FUH'U-Kiuy. per sack
CATTLE S hlpfjltur Steets
linrtS-Oood to eSotee
WHBAT Ne. S Wluter
OOKN-No. S mixed
ilVB No. t
T01IACCO-. Vew Ulgs
Medium new leaf
CATTLE Good ihlpptat;
HOGS-Oood to cswioe
KUllMt-OMomon to rholee
WHUAT-No. 9 red
Xo.3 .. .
No. S !?nrtn-C0I1N-NO.S
... . . .
HVK . ....
CATTLE Export . .
HOGS-Oood to eboico
nil'lt-Oood to choice
WHEAT-No. t red
No. I Spring
sis n. so
t o &
A hcmas pikk.
The Phenemenen of a llarnlne Mine Re
peated In the riiTslcal Sjstera.
A few year ego one of the most Impor
tant coal nines In Prnniyltanla caught fire.
It started slowly but soon obtalnel such
headway that It spread through the grea
er portlos of the entire mine. To flood It
with water would extinguish the fir , but
well nigh rain the mine; and still the flames
continued, to Increase. At that junctures
young msn stepped forward and suggested
that all the entrances and rent boles of the
tnlns be crered and secured, thus shutting
off the supply of air. Ills advice was fol
lowed and the flames were finally sub Jue 1.
To compora tbe condition of this mine
with many phases of tho human system, Is
most natural and appropriate. " Fire In
the tilood" it not a mie expiession, It Is a
most serious fact. How It originates, it
may l Impossible to ssy i but that It burns
and rages with an Inrreaslng fury, the one
who Is Its victim enly too painfully knows.
Tiie b nod Is the life. It is designed by na
ture to purity, strengthen and sustain tbe
system. It Is too oitrit made tbe channel
through which I oliou and death are trans
ported. Poisonous ncids coming tlin ugh
the reins and ar eries Inflame and cause a
fire just as rrol as the one which existed tn
the mine. They burn and Irritate, causing
the brain to become weak and the nerves
unstrung; they carry pains to the muscles
and leave agonies In tne Joints; thsr bring
destiuc Ion Instead of strength: they de
vastate the rery portions or the body that
most require hHp, nnd ttiey hasten tbe ap
proach of death in Its most horrible form.
lhese things have been felt by Innumera
ble people whi hare bt-en the rlctimt of
rheumatic disorders, and the agonies they
bare endured confirm this description.
There Is but one vinrby which this fire
In the blood ran be extinguished, and that
Is by shutting off tbe supply ot these poi
sonous acids. The lactic, llthle and urlo
ni ids romo In to the blood through the lirer
and kidneys, and they remain In solution
In the blood producing inflammatory rbeu
rnitlim, sciatica, lumlngo, neuralgia, gout
and all rheumatic fevrs and affections.
When they are deposited as g ltty crystals
In and near the joints, they anuse articular
rheumatism; when In the muscles, muscu
lar rheumat.sm and lumlngo: when in tbe
tissues covering the nerves, sciatica; when
in the face, head and nerve generally,
neuralgia. In every case tbey nre painful;
In most Instances, dangerous. Inflamma
tory rhenma lim is likely to locate in some
Joint and become chronic, or suddenly at
tack the brain or heart, causing apoplexy
or heart-disease. Ihe lire In tho blood
must bo extinguished tbe supply must be
shutolf. This can only be done by guard
ing tbe portals to the blood the kidneys
nnd liver; and no means hare erer been
fuund for accomplishing this which ran
equal Warner's t-afo IUieumatic Cure. It
a ts directly upon the teat of tbe disorder;
It extinguishes tbe Are by controlling tbe
supply and removing the cause.
'ihe well known standing of II. II. War
ner & Co., of Ilochrster, U. ., the remarka
ble success which Warner's cafe Cure has
acbloved, being Indorsed by no less a per
toimge than Dr. Robert A. Ounn, Dtan of
the United States Medical College, New
York, and the fidelity with which tbe
bare carried out all their promises to tbe
public ihould 1 a sufficient warrant that
the nbovo statements are true. 1 hey, ho v
ever, guarantee to cum nlnety-firn per cent,
of all rheumatic troubles, especially acute,
knowing lull well that the demonstrated
power of the remedy Justlflea them In so
doing. Nothing can be fairer than this,
and those who suffer In the future from
rheumatism with such an offer before them,
do so on their own responsibility, and can
blamsnoonelf living pain and untimely
death are tho results.
Tub Toronto Globe chronicles the death
of a man who had "gone completely to tbe
dors." Hounded to doath, as It were.
We nECOUUEVD Ely's Cream Balm
where a cure for Catarrh Is called for, and
consider that wo are doing the public a
service bv making Its virtues known to
those njsjRted wlt'i this loathsome disease,
for which it Is In unst instances a perfect
cure. Pecx Bnos., Druggists, Grand Rap
It is doubtless owing to our being made
ofolaytbat we aro so easily "broke."
Hale's Honey of lloretioand and Tar
Always cures a cough, cold or influenza.
Pike's toothache drops cure in one minute.
A max my not want to buy the cat, but
when he runs It out of thepeatrrhe be
comes a purr chaser. Dttrolt 11.
It you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have
frequent headnche, mouth tastes bad. poor
oppetlte, tongue coated, you are suffering
from torpid liver, or " biliousness." Noth
ing will cure you so speedily and perma
nently as Dr. Pierce's " Golden Medical
Discovery." By all druggists.
Tkx TnocsaSD dollar cows aro now the
fashionable craze. Just our luck. We
have a barn. riilladelphUt Call.
J Hate known and watched tbe use of
Swift's Specific (8. 8. B.) for orer fifty
years, and never have known or heard of
its failure to cure any case of Blood Poison
when properlv taken.
II. L. Dexxahd, Perry, Oa.
Tne proper treatment for a fallen fence
Picket up. The Judjc.
Clctville, Ala. Dr. W. Carter says,
"Ihavused Brown's Iron Bitters in my
own family for indigestion with great
1 1 m
Wnr Is a leaky tub like a poor rule? Is,
cause It doesn't hold good.
Ir Scccess be the true tes" of mr!t. It Is
a settled fact that "ilrotcn's BronrhM
Troche" havo no equal for the prompt re
lief of Coughs, Colds, and Throat troubles.
Sold only In boxes. Price 25 cents.
It Is the successful physician who does
not let wen enougn aioiie.
Bcsnitonr, O. Dr. A. Page says: "I
hare prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters In
several Instances, and In each caseobtalned
The downward path The ono with a
banana-skin on it. Chicago Journal.
Ax effective medicine for kidney dis
eases, low fevers and nervous prostration,
nnd well worthy of a trial, is Brown's Iron
Ir afflicted with Pore Eyes, ue Dr. Iiase
Thompson's Eye Water. Drusririsu sell IL SJo.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Sertans, Cits, Drahrs,
AM u eisj-r tlii) aches
nrn ctms eoTTic
tV A 7 aS Dmtilit, M
trt tJtrtcueu la a
T ClnrtM X. Tevtlrr To.
.-- v. a moil oa.,
Sawing Made Easy
MODirch LlghUUng Sluing Michine!
X Clrcat tr of
aUbr A: Mm7
AborU mniUn.H Wf fi T alU IT Mart
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ri"- At'rJn-irtAvn nAnurAuiunmu I
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HH pael.jrs.srei 4 0U Pictrrss. HH
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frj itrmnui..x.v..i. bjbbbbI I
TVMrt thskeo h
tmj Jdit sad ttyrt
the uttrro msr jtt
l fre4 from tbe
trsltsas.it vims rtih
Cifri Protetl ike
rstnn srs'ast II vita
this fe'tirCeiit salt
ranaoCle. which It
for"rmor a tn
rmne remej- for
r'rttii a. eitpresls.
d' f ftMimsii,TT
I 4i I n M sod
r r isi. bf an
Dntllin tnd Deal
i Ilarrvl. IO or I boro
J-tH Inltr stftsj ff r i tn fct tiso?f prlivt,
Iih ionrr "f t i 4 nt 'ro.i tn'n't. yam
tiy l mtif F'ff r rr r,i i-t Cul).
vnbpjtTiKf 0( toiMlnjiilon I rial.
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers of Guns tnd Gun Goods,
131-133 West rifta Strttt,
rnn.-rstM Cstslnrse Tree. KunmlllTillfc
Catarrh are WwEh
wuen appneu pr
tbe flncer Into tho
nostrils, will be ab
cIen"lnK tho head
ot catarrhal virus
causing- tiralthr se
cretions. It altars
Inflammation, pro 1
tects Ihe membrane
ot tho nasji) tas
beals the eorrs and
rcJt'Tes tasto and
smll. A icv appli
cations relieve A
fWi tor clrculsr. Price 60 cents br mall or at
dnilsts. IU j Urothcrs,Iruggits,OwegoJ.Y.
iaK4iaH . ii'ivvv ,f.-,,Ki.to
ef (hromlnn! Bt of mmifT o4 rwth forth.
trrmrntQf Bl--d ami tHodI !- hTOTfrrarrt
tod ttrtrlf ftiv;i lajiirt or totut ruin the cfncru
A WELL-KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Ihtrt iftn & rrtt nanr rtt'i r4 wtih 5w'ftt
PprMrtd-nit who hi4 trltd u iirti of trritnnf la
fssru 1 Iikt VMTs?r kn-n Ii 10 fill wh ukra prp t
If I ftellftlsUfr Autailtjof K.C34 fur 'ltlU'svri tht
j dffii4vni v'DDo d peWoo or skin hnmor It curtt
riarLis Aim BLOTrNKt ox tub ifttx.
n4 tnikt ih rvmptlon f ir n4 totj Ap lot Uno4
Mint. hrs itnntmh Irerd ia (li It corrt ravtwi ittl
Kit loot wlthttood other mm of iriimfit tnil
wlihnui tny of th e.errorT'ngtrptl' thkt ijr&rrftJ
fotlwwfnrrciirtAiMo horn ctT.l rtt
I MAStEN0t'HO. MK?on, Ol
Our trrt!M-is.Diooa io-I kH DMf mtil frto
10 pp.icsu.tt, tu swirr pr.t.urHou
IirswrrA AtUotA, Oa.
it cBiiniis uumufjun
tiliMtiU naJ OlfU.
Antl r irttita tun 1sfc
Savr 4vt wri la trt '" '
tt. MSBlrr. tMUitUf tMilUll 11 Mf
ill.lttr It! ksilVs, 1MXN
liK Vui Ittt trM M llf M Mf 1I
ttrt fttl lk tftaXUr MaVMlirrtiftMss
la tit ! OiTtD C. COOK U
A4avtu lti. ChUrs, IU.
tr'ff..t Tu'-.s-nt'oj.snrahere. VThole-
uleliKruil mcetlit frit Onidiriuraa
UTd. lit srasuuis? Wsbub-sv-xxdcan
FREE V w ' "'J
clocks iV'lIH I sKwi I
SILTKUiTlBE B,LLff,B .1 f 1 T "Ml
Tbs HMt vosdrrf ai j.welry rstAiArst tr.r .nfd.
rrVrt this ctm hsi. w tt. an. go4s. riyWh.B la
IB 1 ii1 '
"Worn, "Wenry, and Wrctchcd.
"As weak as a cat" is an expression frequently used by debilitated
sufferers who are trying to tell how forlorn they feel. It is an incorrect ex
pression, for a cat is one of the most agile and vigorous animals in exist
ence. It would be more correct to say, "as weak as a limp old rag," for
that gives the idea of utter inability to hold one's self up. The weary per
son who feels thus is generally tvum, worried, woeful, and wretched.
Sometimes it is a case of overwork, and sometimes of imperfect nour
ishment. The blood in the system of a person who is "as weak as a rag" is in
a wretchedly thin condition. It needs iron, to impart richness, redness,
and strength. This is to be had by taking Brown's Iron Bitters, the
only safe and proper preparation of iron in connection with gentle and
Eowerful tonics. The physician and the druggist can tell the worn and weary
ow valuable a remedy Brown's Iron Bitters has been found in actual
everv-day use. ' n
To tho Farmers, Stock-growers, Fruit-raisers, ronltrymen,
and Horticulturists of
On VoTemberSd,lssj,tbeJeeriaieaiayof Kan-juCltT,JIo' II beslii the pnbllratlort
of tt" KASHAS C1T Wlkxir JOCSJiAt. AJifi AOkictrLTTjUST " an eight-pan, seven celo"i jj
Carwr, In site iarter than any otjerasrtcnltnrM or stock paper In the country. The ooiat
e rained br Una movement on tie part of the'-Joornat Comoany"lstoe-ore,andeipecl . y
. m, far IN. ntate. of Ulutri luiu K.kruta. Im. Olerai.. T.sal. ArUaus. the laaa a.
TasvriKXr jffoutAI. A30 AOilCUtjTrjUJt wMe nuun.rir.1, Tbscnd.n.ed revrs of tha
world lor trie preced'n wru j.. caratullr edlird by Ujoroothircon.ptet;t man. Itail,
National quest! .r.s and topics local to tne Utest roulhrt. vrlll receWs cartful i-dltortsl treat
menvfromallepabllcajisndpolau talrt. L'nd.r apprvprtsts brads, the sublect of '"sjJsf.
imS and ttMy-iiUiaf, and llmrosr1nf.ciiluvU"n of trull and flowers, will be treated br
edllors.icUllrirsBdforltUsworlc. In.tiort.wed voteMo to twlvs colnmns of original
mattres:!yroBihsuh!eof Asnenltire, llortlcuiiur,r.toclcand 1'ooltryrststn. r.arts.
i-arcfaltr selected ortxtnal matter lit appear ch week from lb. rrest Acrtealtnral, Ilortl
enttural;8irtcs: and rualtry papers ot Kurov. and America, that tbe readers of lbs J0t7jrAt
n . ...rnnrnntf.. m.v T.av th. fenflt nt ,h&A ...at nan.,. Ihnuirh Iht M BBIIll Ol IDS
. i. ... s.. 1. . sHa-. ! atisiiM aa
awn, awv........ -. ...-? ., ,M ,M. 2----.
JObaHAl A2IO AaUin.l.TCaaST rilia, J UOJC1U3. aruk irwcxprvmstj w.it.vu wi -" wv
tbal our aim 10 proanc a ismiiypajxr, o.Toi-Miio-rwn.nrr, j.cr.ur-',-.sri-ui.ia.r. aw,a
mltare.Slock and l'uultnr raUlnr.and c.n.ral Horn. IntemU wl.l ba fnllr arcomplUbad.
Il I. a well-known fact tbat tba " 9ml seaiav.it " Is fast btromlnr tbe .ra and k.i canter
of U United biaiet. Tba packtnr Interests bar crown so rapldlr, tbat to-dar Kansas Ctly Is
lie second packing entr In this coantry-Chlcao belnt nrst. Il Is also well-known that,
biihtrto no effort nas been aade br anr sreat pnollililni eompanir to meet tha wants of this
vast and productive country In the line of an Acrtenltnral. Horticultural, Htoct and Family
paper: and to-day tba" sontbwest" looks to Chicago and Jtew Vork for works of authority tn
The J.araU Oesspaay. publishers of tha jraiuds CUv jajHs" Journal, propose totmt the
Influence ol Its treat por.ooib Snanclally and eiperlmenully. behind this enterprise, and
we believe that such a backlnc wtu b a sstadtnt (uaraatee a to tba foiaiUnent of tba
proxxussa herein sel forth.
TERMS OF 8Un8CIlXITION.
In order tbat ererr f arnllr la tbe Seatkv.rt may be able to make a trial of tbe JODKWAI.
AMU AUKItX'faTUlCI.Vf, the foltowlnf low rates of subscriptions r.nd special Induce
ments will be offered . . a
One copy cf tbe Josraal and AcTtcnltarlst, four months- I w
" - iwtlve 1 to
An extra copy wtu be mailed tree to the letter np of a dob ot five, all sent at the same time,
a-rom panted by tbe cash for five rea-olar subscriptions.
ror rc.ro we will mall one copy ot tbe JOtriJiAX. AtO A0S.ICt3XTtnLAI.irr one year to any ad
dres. and send your choice from ibefoJIowtnr tut of popular books, all cloth bound :
Jtoolnwa srusoe. Arabian Sirbts UitertaInm(nt,rtwiss amtly Itoolnton, Children of the
Abbey, boo Qniiote, Banyan's nirnra's 1-rotrew, Ivanhoe, Hcolttsh t'hleli, Tbaddeus ot
Jsn Kjre, Ew.V-oi
Af rta.v. UHI llmjm V UlUt'sni, At-uviiuu fail aatsrw, sm uivu a ta.uvia -uss m s uwu; (
r... t'er. iVurii TnaUvstfiiriu lavlsnd. Utitlun Vrn.. TwntT ThODiind Iuirni
V'Qlrr it. ie&,Ja.lu vern, Tour C lh
lNjpairTlei. rmaiftatl Vifi
tlainn Xttnjrt altle.An IllkOIl'
fUron Munchuwn, Dis.-kor-C
UluitreUon. or yuarrbotc from th elecant selection ot MJle4 ZJnt" pott, Ufa out doubt
Ui ilnet nd moil tfompieta edtuou oltti pmU Tfrl4ue4 In thli country:
Aroottl Kdwm , ATloan, Bnmi, llrron. Chucr. Campbell, Cowper.Crftbbe.Colfrtclct
Daut, uryaen. t.tol iteorfjt t Tonil -wm,iiwin,i.Mriu-s i-.ai,.ti.iupaiiia,ucin.ni.
Hood llcrbert, Iliid 1JlomtrIt Incflow, Ku. Larii Mltton. Moore, MfcriuUr,llerx3th,
0au taMrwrIIomir.ro ror. iroctir. ioetrr f nower-,Iloaettt-Dante.iHchUUr.bcott,
Hhakenare. Hheller. Taylor 1 l'hiUlp ran ArtflvaU. Tnompson. Tvppr. white Klrko.
I 4o all iuDvnbn for one year who remit
Self cant map of luW'A KASAaorillHOUUIeae roay bedMlred I'o-t matter Ttry where
I are. .e1 a irantbortted toael asaren
antbortted to act as arenUor the
Jul una l iu, jvansaa uiy. aio.
I appear ajain.
n '- ..... in .. .. .. .. a... w.-.. .- ...... .' a .. .. a. .- ". .. a V a.,... ii.tiuib val,.B
neta, llarUDf Coujh WtMsoDf C-watt, Lriarraoa, l;MWery tTvkr W&rtui, KUnty TnxiWr, and I
IJklTlar liacai iww srwsri-TswrtrisF in-Biiajrei ajreis J- fiCsT..
If you are
In tlio inquiry Which is tho
best Liniment for Jinn nnil
jJeost I this is tho nnswer, at
t fstel bj t no cenerat.ons: tlie
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. Tho reason is sim
ple. It penetrates every sore,
lTOinitl, or lameness, to the
very hone, aud drives out all
Inflammatory anil morbid
matter. It "goes to tho root"
of tlio trouble, and never fulls
to euro lu doublo quick time.
BA UDChrstmas Is Coming!
Asa If re srtm a Sn rr-sral to I" .'Jl'Aj
isa wiln see Ur . srijr a s""Zu 'L!lil
MifiibUr! or A ot sejmMr mi jlnj r o
JIB esillt de th . .. II17. are fT.4 ','' 'L,
1. ir ,1 MrrsTft.m-TTT 'nr'"i nd wt'es.eeir .
tor inivti inTs - 1 "-;.-.. - -
b'"','?.rr.'"' !! AND SIVsa'tl
STcs7..dis6ilE .' ..'atr ".ii ess;
pun, .it" inu BiBj ii-T4 we .--
bf hitt i s.-lrt Bir 1 s Tfr '''"'VJii
rlrl. 10 f-il fn4tr snd r'1 sr, I"
A ssrw r.r.K t. V. edited fr rwi ,J?
srd . m. .t nvr aiBisc "Bl.jirs?l testes
IIIC (srinsres as n"n
in'Mftv rsJDFw. wi 1
ft nnlr ? ftO 1 I
..b fin.ia.. ,nl
erftniam i', ri
nam tut fr-.
1 fro isr
with ail rrcasxri 1
Jiuclr Wslnol Droe-Isl Ta
ble, sdrsrt ri s&d covr twi.
I ' r ssjtsl l ebr snklrf
umaKifBiiisI nlwi. Ad
frr Wrulnri Frrr-uiu.
Caic.eolV'ii.s Co- Chk.co.
DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT
dLtnela SvMrsIlsrlsi fsallr-JV.
h - .. h t -
,(-. urrh riJti,rr)p:
mif IJcirt TrwM in thtworUu
Aixpts wanted In every town
Bt.W. J, BOKifClK'sntor'lll Vtd
fl rrmt mrtiiTDuir.
"THE BI8T 13 TM 0HCAPI8T."
SAvy ?yniiCC THRRHn,s'
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WANTED A WOMAN
tt tente .ad mergy to stirnd to osr bulla's, la htr lo
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Nos. 401, 403 A 403
1ST. LOUIS, MO,
tho Great Southwest.
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JOLMIS Al, A SD AORIC I'LTI'IIIHT Address,
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A Vi'EEK. 113 a day at home fiallr msJa.
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rrj-Esr rrnMTisn to ABrmHriMunt,
rle e.y v sate (ft. Aaleerlteeweial
In llile jt.sier.
Hl TslltAll Itll lAlu!' WT
fjl IiiUnj;hriynip. Taainimod. By
etri Dae In time. l-oldbrdnilaia. ml
A. P. flOOMVKOO.VrZ,
nREon left Sflo . Varl US m rks snil o'i
brands. llane-On t'tror-s . r i, JJ tnilo
west of VIMta, t. T
V. C. l'ATTON sV CO.,
Smooth crnp lit tbo left ear
Horses brnti'M am on ths left hip.
lliti at- Hock I'reek.
Vlnlla, I. T.
Overblt In the left ear crop ami overUt II
;j.tnc -Hock fnrck
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V mrHMlaj Hint nre.
I. C- on left hip or ii i. ail n-wldlo ttlrmp 01
a-4rh ss Am nv hln.
HaiiRC On Curl Creek
G. AV. GXtKIilV,
Vllilta, I. T.
iJtot) off left ear an.1 rop nrj split In rlfbt eat
a :dn(7f-'car luita, I T.
Ooir.liii 1. T,
End'rtilt In UU ear, overblt In rttrht.
JUnge - Elgin miles north of I Inremore.
Vlnlla, I. T.
Cnderblt In each car. Horso brand eame as oi
Jfange-Hetween tatilu and Trior's Creoiis.
B. W. IUUKR,
rrjror'a Creek, I. T.
Crop and split In left esr, swallow fork In right
lUina Pryor's C reok.
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Vllilta, I. T.
Cnder half crop on left ear nnd split In right,
AV. C. Ol IAJIUE UI-IZV,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Orerslopoln left car.
jr. c iiogviv,
Trjor'a tree It, I. T
Swallow fork and underblt In rtght ear: nn
derslope In left, llunye Pryor Creek.
Vlnlla, I. T.
Dndertlopo In each ear Itcno -Pryor's Creek.
to miles south of Vln it, near M., K. T. II. It.
Itoad llrand-Ivelt W loin.
j. a Mst.viiiN,
Vllilta, I. T.
Crop off left ear, overblt In r'gbt. llanrh
On Cool Creek, Road brand-U. Crop mi
split In left ear, swallow fork in right x.
r. w. tipi,
Oovvala, I, T.
Crop and underblt ervi cverMI In rigfct ear,
wallow fork and under Wt In left, nctibrd la
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