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ror INDIAN CHIEFTAIN.
ri w. y. sass,
J. tr. BCROdCS, i
" Jfnw, J!m." the district leather tsrs,
Whh frown that searve n b4e
The dhnp lev smile- srextn I kr mouth,
hre CupMs hW aasse,
What hare rou done to Mar Ann.
That the h erjlnf sof
Won t say 'tw notbtni' don't, I say,
l'or. John, that caa't l kr
M Tor Mary Ann would never ery
Al nmilni. I m surei
And IT you've wounded lestlee, John,
Von knew the emly rat
IinnlitttnMr So. nim, land upl
Train eu on mitt abe
Tim- pain attendant en the scheme
That makes It Justined."
FoJeAn step forth, wlihtsn bum! face.
And hair all In a limMt.
lit laathtajr eye. a rootntt to
ll drooptna; moilh Mbuml.
MXow, Marx, reu mistiest taeall
I m that John wen not.
AnJ 17 he' ttn unkind or rude
bip Mm on the spL"
r we wsre p prffi' pprl'rer"t
An' h he ( uh I te.
H he AM rue irynti
TJ nnn the 1hHmvi fas ihs
llare trttfsintcJ apt the ftowa.
A pleasant tWowcbt rant tbrouth her .jad.
The flick come barmlciA .town.
lint otrartrl law must b arMnll
Ilersm. termites, lrs:
Awajr. ye IHU dreams oX rare
Cchrc on. re frowns, cam eat
I Ihlt k I'M hare to whip fed. Jsbn,
Bob enndart btoiW the rtrtei
No bar. eteept ajuurhlr a,
iroWmiM rln-t m?1
Arabi Ike tesstrr'a rod U raked,
A Xetoesli rhi auadi
Awwiikni wrre pat oa Hn.
If (xinlhed bjr rath banfyl
Aiwhen tb bre ctatorr the r
We we tbe pUh irantMe,
Fe ItPtnMed Marr ivmk1 Mm
Her heart woaM wu dUMtaHe:
"I vnM't wp Mm fry bar!"
. Tba Kick HflfM bi H (all
"It wa t rtaht lette It, twt
"HUI na4e rnier. than. Marj- Aamr
The ttUtmft entw aaake a patH.
Aaxleat Uw tbe Hlinr air
rrom ilarr eomot. "UeaaBM
Vrflpttran, In TV Omtmtnc.
a somiEit's i.ovk sTonr.
Wo wrero at Cbsm vrhtn owr tlalaytxl
mull wa reecirotl. There win a month
ol 1 Utter from my young ncphevr. lle
inald Trareni. ponialnine ad news.
MyritaroM triftoil Utvrald Hamilton
was dead; lib affair left in a bad way.
The arrangement of hfc twperMtralhU
cnlnc aroounU. and Mttllni; up of the
estate wi tc left In tny ImmU. A aeeoml
wat to the offwt that Jntepha (the only
and mother! daughter of ray okl
friend, now about tweatr-four rears of
ngo) had flnalir rnfued him. That ho
had cared a change Into the Tenth,
Mhleh rrm nouti to bo ordered a war to
fisht the uru. and clotcd hy ajing
that thn best thing 1 rould wish li ni
vra a bullet through the head In the
Mr poor Keg! It wai h's flrt taste
of life a Wttnr. ami It wa going dvrn
lunL 1 longed to grap bH Band in
aymiwthj-. I curved the ttupidlly of
rnall-oarriera andtnrraed awi snore at
tho hundred and ono annoying delars
that kept me so long on ray homeward
way. HowortT, Jn two days 1 Tas well
on my lourncy.
Soidfera are rough of siceeh. I be
gan to fashion eorno soft phrases of
jnipatby for my old friend's ilaughtor.
but gave up In despair, trusting that, as
in battle, nrh"n tho opportunity come.
I should bo ready to coual It. And,
after aU. to such s:u.nIlaut natures as
Joscpha'a sympathy held a tone of pity
which gavo It a dlsiasteful flaror.
A word of tnysvlt here. An old sol
dier nearing fifty, but hale and hearty,
I inherited at uiy brothers dcaih the
tlc of itono ho called homo and nls
largo busincs lntorcst. A mlsadthroiK?,
ho had shown little tatto for tne sooioty
of hU kind. My Tlslts to him were
few tnd brief. I bail taVcn Utile notice
of Josephs until I camo to Ueerwood
as Its master. Her name describes her.
Divinely tall, the had none of tho awk
wardness peculiar n womon of her
Mature, but her motion waj at all times
fretf. sugxMting the flight of a sea-bird.
Jitter loan bvauty, her faoe oxpreaiwxi
ilignlty and character. Her mouth was
haH!y ami tvtl. although a wjnare Jaw
nml long ohin proved somewbatdetraot
irc to It.
Hut her eyes glorious! CleareM gray
with pupils of lvet. set under a man's
forehead. She had a frank, boo cams
rade way which played i 1 haoc with
men's hearts, whatever their armor.
Many of the wiaesl and warieat knelt at
hor shrine, but each and all vainlv.
lh-tweon her and my dar lad thore had
lieen an underatnndlnr. bffed on a
childUh tttaehmunt. Mereh a Mlkon
link. I cared Httlo for soeiet (though,
thank God' ner unfriendly or ooldto
my kind, like my brother). The sur
rounding country fa mil w w!m would
liavo lionizod tne on account of a few
oars and aeooraUon mot with small
encouragement, and but for the dying
tWU oi my young Lieutenant nod an
ctenlng cigar on one of the wide ve
randas of liamiltsn l'laco, my time was
pauod Jn riding, walking anl shoot
ing. Now, I Hll let you into a secret. 1
was surprised when I found it out mv
aelf. I had fallen In love with Jospha.
I'niposterousi So I said. At any rate,
giro mo somo orwllt. I never dreamed
of tolling her. and I wont away. tniMo-dkitely-travullitg
with a party of
, Ma ttitntl l raotmwil sincere
ly. ThHg4 t vers -my sea lor.
we had been friend, yturs ami md.
He knew I stood ready to lend a help
fng hand wlwmrw it was md.l; but
ho Bin proHd to a fault, and though I
bail beed him to allow my aMWtioce
(for I know he was is nuf straits) he
would never taka a jwnny
His rerrrsaa were quick and sodden.
Ills indomitable will uoheld him in Us
Mnigglo for a time. Vbea that broke
beneath the tardea of trouble, which
grew htmrior day by day, he died.
Hoar cM friend' Here lie a man
whom pride brought low,- I murmured,
as I stood over his grave.
- I bad arrived at Ueerwood late in the
afternoon, and bad stopped In the
church-yard on ray way to Jovpba.
The gnu waied to and fro. 1
fancied tho one below stirred uneasily.
" IWc." I whispered. Your name
shall bo cleared; your daughter guard
Jo;epha let me in Sho stayed to
faston the door, anil as sho came up
with mo in tho oorr'.'or sho sllpixxl her
warui hand into mine and I held it
strongly. My eyes foil on Oswald s
picture as weoatered the drawing-room.
Together wo stood looking at it. Then
I looked at Josepha In her long, black
gown, hor neck rising llko a lily stem
from its somborness. as sho stood byny
side. Henaronient and harassing
caros had tot their mark on brow and
lips, though sho hold her head still
proudly, and her eyes looked Into niiuo
If I had loved her lu tho midst of her
happiness and llght-hoarteilncss, how
Miueh more I loved hor now, penniless,
with a faint shadow of dlthonor on hor
uame, forsaken by tho crowd of summer
Sho looked into my face, for my
tongtio was tied, a id then bent hor head
and kissed my hand.
My dear, I said, ' my doar."
Tho only safe thlug for me to do was
to go to the window, and I weut. Pres
ently sho followed me, and having my
self as thoroughly in hand a an old
lighter should by tnls time, 1 sut down
betido her and we had a Jong, serious
The long rays of sunlight paled from
orango ta amber and graduilly faded
Jnto (he gray of iislf, and w yet wo
caavaar aaarawjijtmiLuuuw ix h n mjumimiai
had not epokrn of tho fiilum J.,gf hi
had her father s own r d and siren rtH
of wilt, and mv h art fa ed in- m I
mentally marhad tn for am! pre- i
pared to advance. First. I meant that
she should come horn with me
'Joopla, ' I bran, "Ui l no
place fer yo;" and then I called
myself an old Irfunderer who deserved
to bo well kicked for bis HHBUerabto
"No, It Is my heme, bit dear oM
home, no longer, I have fonked over
the pMrs which are In this hot enotsth
to see ihdnly that the ptneo will not be
SMffiotent to ftsllafy the uVmands of the
creditor. Let me know as soon a you
can tho full amount of the deficit I hare
thought H aU out Ko, dear Mator, I
ean not be eottteatod to remain hfly at
Veerweod, ktmlly n you mean the
offer, white mr father's debt remain
UMpafd. Ah' I am afra d you are an
grjj hut indeeil, IwleeiL I can net "
Sho was roek to argumenLs and pr
naiofi. She tr&s her father's own
daughter. After all, her spirit awl 4e
termltiauVHi demaaded admlratlea. I
fare it CTtnlg ngly enoagh. feelioe w if
shosiM eohV sooWing her sottmlry and
then kaMng her!
I took the box, awl ehose to leave her
with the Imprwefoa that I disapproved
totally of herself ami her determiaa
Uosm. I sat down to bard work over the pa
pers, and when morning rtawnxd I
otHikl talk detaheiy about the slate of
Well, tJtojr were In a Tory bad way,
indeed. I made no effort to mieee
things te Joef ha, who hal made me
an early ee.lt She gaew a little gap.
turned her back on me, sad walked
straight to the window.
It was a boatly moralist;; couldn't
have been nastier. -The rain fell-dric-zle,
drizele, drlrrie. She ccr:!d
sec the gray shaft wbleti marked her
father's grove, It wae dreadful! The
eleek tleked en and o.
Joefhr' (Anylhiagto break the
No reply. .
"Vow aro net legally bound to pay
those debts. All the law ran do ia t
claim the estate."
1'erbap she heard, febe tomed her
head a trlfte.
"I do wish von would he more like
peotde. Here f am with more money
than I can ttse. Hot-row of me. Your
false notions will benelit nohodv. awl as
for your prWo I call it feoHtbareH. At
any rate, stay here at Deerwood. I will
go away willingly if It will be pleaeant
er In any way for j o. I.et me, as your
father's oil friend, advise yoti."
Sho came to mr abalr. atul not bar
hand to my shoulder.
"WKi i rale jour (rtemlsblp (ami It is
ren. verv dear to me) above the dntv I
owe to the deail ami mr conscience T
should prove nnworlhy o'f It. Itisking
the Io of your regard. Major, I must
adhere to my eourv."
Jshe scratched off two advertisements,
handing them to me as she rate:
" Wanted I'neition as gorernef," anil
" For sale Ilaicilton I tune." wen the
heading. I did my bet to obU'n her
content to tearing up the first, but all
sho would sey was "Do not urge me."
now iue aiie was to Uiwakl, with
that square jaw. that firm, olear tone,
and Imperious pose.
And so I uerhan beL-nuse of the re.
minder) I gainmkl her no longer. Gov
erness sho should be if she wtoned. and
Jepha went home pleased at any
booilslrong girl who has her wav.
In pursuance of a plan to bend her
off I sent a telegram to lUg. The idea
of her not loving sued a tine, manly,
true-hearted fellow, the best man ever
inside a Lieutenant's uniform. He bad
only to ask to wed anywhere. He came
' oon as no oouiu got leave. They
were off in a fortnight.
i torn mm oi Joepna s resolves.
"There is ono nower that will inn
"And that, uncle? "
"IxT." IVofound sich from lt
but no disposition to open his mouth.
"io you try your luck again! Hc
raeuiber the oht rule about two nega
tives. I bavejihserved the young wom
an pretty elooly, and I think you will
succeed. Tell her ia ease she consents
to make us the happiest of men you are
to gtre up vour communion ami come
into my firm at one, i'ahaw, bov'
Don't look so ibued. 1 hare intended
It all along, only taking time by the
forelock, you know. There, yon young
heart Would voti hug me to death (k
along with you! Tell Josepba when you
find her that an eccentric old duffer
who has taken a fancy to the place of
fered o,W0 to-day for IL and Uit
boing by long odds more than fthe can
expect to have offerwl arain, I took
" All right, uncle; anything more?
He was already .half out of the libr-i-
" leu her no. never mind."
lteg wa by this time beyond hearing.
lur an hour I walked up and down
ray lonely, luxurious drawing-room.
Free from the restraint of Ituftnaid's
company, the fever rose again in ray
blood, ray puiso beat fast, my step
quickened. Then I formed a hundred
plans which would aid In crush inr
tlown ray itrt. I would travel: I
would trust to time: with seas and
years betweet. I would grow calmer In
my leeitnga. I would come beet: and
Ami ray happineM ia Keginald's and
hers. I would giro them Hamilton
Ilaee for their -lding.gifi, ana I Im
asrhted mrwlf in after irsn froli,-ki
on those green terraces with lteegte s
itiueet or youngest, as the rase might
be. Hut the fever rose ngnm, the long
tag wji as strong as it was aut. I
was not in the frame of mind to meet
my nephew, and as soon as my roim
was saddled 1 sprang to her back and
was off away- I cared not where so I
could ride this madness down
I came home late. The hardest bat
tle I had ever fought I bad won. I bad
such a grip on myself that, after seeing
liess comfortably stabled and rubbed
down I went to Ilegne's room without
the least fear of self-betrayal.
Mul the lad was not there. A note
sticking in the mirror-frame attracted
my attention. 1' was wldresaol to me.
It ran. with many a blot ami erasure:
"0unili.Dt'Nru It was all a mlatak
Jeaepba. ajr rraJij- eared two p.tt tor m
TJST"14 atrwr wuit h... Ht all
awleMaMaa Wtore. and I ourbt 10 bars
knuwa Batter tcna te iro u ber twloe. but you
-aeru. I .doo't b am rou. unule I low
eouklvMsaowr Hke wi rerr kind If you
cmh Mlf thai . of Ihlni; kind, an.1 1 dare aar
I ihaN rat oror K. Hut I'm Hwfulljr cut ua.
and I dtta't fl a It I rou 14 race ereti )"
juMjet; ol'oioa. wlutout HaMmr leryoa"
A line or two inure so badly blurrwl
as to bo illogiblo, and a great omul
which. bore but a faint resemblance) to
l'oorlad! Poor lad! He tried hard
to on cherry In the fnrowell letter he
sent before he loft tlw shores of Okl Kb.
gland, but I saw tho henrt-aohe Uiiwii
In it few days I was called suddenly
to London on business. Mug detained
there some little time. When I returned
to Docrwood It was to find inv erratio
young neighbor flown. Mrs llarwood,
my ostlmable huiiekcepor. had a mes
sage for me from MUi IUmilton - she
would write roguIarl but I was not to
seek her out "
Having dollvorod the messapo with a
dlgnlflod air ullgbtly damaged by4ho
curious, specilatlvo glance with whloli
slio rnganlod me tlu while. M. nr.
wooil rustled inaiontioalivnway, ghlng
iiuium iiiut jcra; to ino uoor-kuou, as
much as to snj: "Well, there' He
might 'a said more than '0 indeed.'
dust as it l didn't know she'd gone off
a governosslu'! Hut men is so clus
inouthed." As I went Into the garden for a quiet
smoke I heard tho housekeeper address
ing tho housemaid "Mary, tb you
ruw wltli nil your wight now ahd tod
took be Ma or s bark sga Yes. I
gare him Ue nr suTiried'
Well, you never know wiir-thr r is
or e isn't Hut. lawk, Mary think o
lellin' 'im, the Mayor, not to seek out
'er, which 'a gnne to be a troerBe!"
" An afler t paekisi' off Mr. Beg
InaM. the stack tip piece. " mid Mary,
who had a sweetheart of ber own she
thought the world of.
The weeks aUnrwd into month, and
the months numbered eighteen before I
sr Josepba again.
She wa 111, and wrote forme to come
to her. No. C Ileterty square was the
sxldre, and the neighborhood was most
aristocratir. No S h an impostag
stone bovse of the manaoletim tyie. Ia
answer to mr nog there appeared an
nndertR-l fpotmaa whose gravity cl
lemeaaor carried out the faaeral idea
astgrested by the house itself. Untold
i not hare tempted him to
U went offwtth mv card, asxl by and
' Josepba C her gt trailed down
the stairs. To give you aa Idea of bow
weak he was. let we tell you that there
were two tear In her eyed when I took
her hands. Josepha. and Joaepha re
duced to womanly tears. It was dim
cult to reconcile the two.
I saw my chance and took advantag
of It. Now, while she was unfit lot
work. houMftirk, and needing a ehaage,
she raut make Dorsad a visit. Mrs.
Harwood knew how to make my guests
comfortable, ami nothing would suit me
I H-teoed to no remoostraaeei. and
when she half consented I put aa end
to the last but " with a sly fatal that
she had belter improve the present op
portnaity to vWt her old home, for tne
ohl gentleman who had bought ix m
tootled to dispone of H soon.
I bore Josepha away oa the five
o'clock train, much to the disgust of
my lady, who was losing a governe.
such as Itererly square should not soon
The quiet and the change did work
wonderful change, JoephA in a fort
night was almost herself again, and
queened it over me ia her own delight
She began to talk of going back to
Ixmdott again, ami one afternoon
ashed for the keys to the rise.
I liad made my plane to head her ofi,
but this time I sent no telegrams. I
simply wn ted nntit the afternoon sun
was low, and then I followed her.
I feued her, as I knew I should, be
fore her father's rtrait Her head
was thrown back, her face uplifted,
her hands akuped behind her.
"Joeplio," 1 said, speaking as
naturally as I could -I had a most ex
asperating temp in my throat "the
wedding fer which this bouse was de
signed a gift never came off. The ohl
fellow doesn't know what to do with I.
and. iu fine, says if you will take h
back and- himself Into the bargain,
he'll be no end obliged."
Her eyas lit up, the loveliest color
came to her cheek. I Idseed her, for
I saw I might. And when the first
stars came out we walked togetbet
through tba fields and our troth w.u
iletl. l.uin If. MileMl, in Osicaet
The Ilystory tr Snleldc.
There is often an unfathomable mys
tery about suicide. In some instance
seU-dostruoUon tells Its own tale. The
cause that lead to it are not in doubt.
Hut in others they are hidden from all
human eyes No conceivable explana
tion its itself and the deliberation
and method attending the act only serve
to render it the more unaccountable. It
confounds the understanding when an
Individual who seems to have every in
ducement to lire voluntarily seeks death.
In such a eae the mystery can never be
solved. The. grave is silent.
It has been said that saloklo is nt'ver
committed oveopt when the function of
the brain are impaired and the action of
tho mind erverted and direoted in im
proper channel. Yet history furnishe
instances which seom to destroy this
theory. Among the ancients self-destruction
is sometimes considered an act
of courage and virtue. Cleopatra killed
herself by the poison of an asp in pref
erence to being carried lu a triumphal
procession to Home by Augustus. The
( arthagenian Hannibal sought death
rather than surrender himselfa prisoner
to the ltomant.' Calo died by his own
hand to avoid living under the despot
ism of Csnmr. It Is only by a ti"-epun
theory that suh act- can be attributed
to a disordered brain.
Mme, de Stael believed that suicide
was sometittiM lustittnble, Oibbou and
Hume defended whit most people re-
5 anl as a crime. Communities have
iffered as well as Individual in their
views of eU-4lelniction. Suicide has
sometimes been pronounced a felony, tc
be followed by pena!Ues after death in
the confiscation of the property of the
deceased and the rc'usal of a Christian
burial to hit remains. To-day an at
tempt at suicide is made a penal offense
under our new code.
In very many iuatattecs, doubtless,
disorder of the brain is the cause of sul
c'de. An illustration of this was af
forded by the cae of Sir Samuel Horn
illy, Ve famous Kaglish Chancery law
yer, who rut his throat w hue tempora
rily Insane through grief at his wife's
death. The loss of blood relieved the
prnasure on the brain, restored the sui
cide's right mind ami caused htm to
look with horror on the deed.
The deliberate ami scientific manner
in which suicide, sometimes perform
their work hi remarkable and does not
fit with the theorv of a disordered brain.
The lamentable case at Utica is an il
lustration. Thete is no mystery about
the causes which led to that sad tragedy.
Hut the method with which Mr. John
son proceeded b most singular. He
had studied from a work on anatomy
th exact position of the heart, ami
directed the pistol with his left haad
while be pulled the trigger with hU
right. The book lay open oa the table,
lie had left hi lesaon to carry its teach
ings into effect, tard C'astlereagh. the
British statesman who killed himself
sixty years ago, studied anatomy to find
out the exact position of the carotid
artery. He attended lectures and ills
sections to perfect his knowletlge, and
h am confident In his skill onded his life
by severing that artery with the jxilnt
of a pen-knife.
Many singular suicides have recently
occurred. A boy fourteen years of ago
Uled himself not many weeks ago.
The suicide of Antasa Stone, the Cleve
land millionaire, was remarkable.
Others quite as unaocountable are with
in everybodi 's recollection. How can
we aoeount for such nets on the part of
iveiwuiis to wlioru it would appear that
life must be a ory desirable? Is it not
true that there aro skelotons tn closets
of which the world dues not dream, anil
that the heart is a closed book which no
one but the mau in who frame it bouts
can readr -V. '. HVrW.
A verdict In the Superior Court at
Augusta, Oa., giving damages to a
fnlhtr for injuries sustained by a daugh
ter fourteen years old. in the Augusta
factory, from whloli injuries the child
died. Is regarded as settling a ten Im
portant precedent, establishing liability
of manufacturing companies to parenti
in damages far in urios to minor chil
dren while at work. -V. J". Post.
Lemon fritters aro delicious. Tt
ono oup of milk and one egg allow Int.
Juice and pulp of ono lemon. Thost
may besetted with sauco; lu thaUvan
add the grittvl peel of half the lemon tc
llittorthe sauce. Exckanqe.
-What there it In a name Mr
Thlnne Is the President of tho Hwtoi
lat Men's Club. -Jlwtm IM,
Senator Betl's Facnlly.
"Talking about peculiarities of men's
mind. I beard -Senator Heck tell a queer
story the other day," said a prntleman
to some friends, the other night. "We
were all diseasing the same subject
that is up now, when Senator Heck re
marked that he thought a peculiarity of
his brain bad done hra a great deal of
harm In hlsltfe, I first noUeed it,' safcl
the Senator, when I ws. a boy going to
school in Scotland. I had a strict okl
preacher for a tutor, and, with a num
ber of ether boy. went to tho par
sonage to be educated. One night
I was very sleepy, ami Mill had a
lose Latin lesson to get off. I tried
ban! to learn it; but almost befere I was
aware I wouhl be doting At length I
read the exercise through in a half
dreaming condition, ami with the Latin
all in a tumble ia my bead, I went to
sleep. I awoke the next morning with
my brain thoroughly clear, and. strange
to say, all the wnbti-nrtfes of my dHHcsttt
reason were made plain, and I read the
I-atiu without a balk. The same thing
happened a second time, and I again
found that when I went to sleep with a
confused hlen of ray lesson, learning It
while half dosing. I awoke wnJt all my
knitted points unravelled. It became
my custom after that to read my tasks
over last before going to bed. ami I never
failed to have them in the morning. My
strict old tutor, saw that I never studied,
and thought one of the other boys was
helping me. At length he gave me a
page of Liry to translate, and told me
If 1 did not have k for him the next
morning be would flog me. He then I
forbid any of the bovs to come near me
and watched my actions. I read the
tines as usual before going to sleep, ami
sure enough the next day I had them
pat as you please. He never troubled
me after that. Well, the year pasaed
try, till I began to put too much faith
lu it ami depended almost entirely
upon my mysterious helper. Some
time ago a phrenologist came to examine
my family s heads, ami they all went
wild over Mm. I ptld no attention. to
their talk, though my wife urged me to
give the man a trial 'One dav, however,
he met mo, and was so persistent that I
at length sat down to him. I le said that
he would examine my head for three
dollars, and give me a chart for five dol
lars. I told bim three dollars was all I
vould throw awav, anil he began to.
asm ray characteristics. At length he'
said: "You hare one faculty that Is fully
developed. Hi spirituality. You have
that faculty developed to a marked de
gree. You would have made a fine me
dium. Your mind is capable of working
reparate from vour body that Is, it can
perform ments'l labor while the body is
at rest ami knows nothing of it. You
sometimes solve difficult problems
while you are asleep, ami wake
op In the morning without
knowing that you hate been at
work." "Here Is five dollars," said I;
"x man who knows as much as you do
desenes lu" 'My strange faculty,'
continued Senator Heck, 'whether it is
spirituality or not, is growing weaker.
I can hardly explain the action of my
mind during thee abnormal spells. I
fee the lines ami words before my
mind's eye, and, without knowing the
prooass, or, indeed, boing aware of any
prooee, I work on the problem.'
"You remember John Sherman's
anecdote of Heck." continued the gen
tleman. "Heck was working day ami
night on the Tariff bill, when a member
wondered bow he got any rest. 'Oh,'
laid Senator Sherman, who was present,
'Heek rests himself when ho makes a
.peeeh.' A man who oan work when ho
should rest himself mar bo pardoned If
ne rests when he should work." LouU
A Better System Wanted.
When a man employs men to build a
houe or painters to paint it. he does not
complain that tbeso men quit work the
hour the day's In bor is dono. They get
their pay for so much work, and if" they
work well they have done their whole
duty. The man wili not say: "See here,
boj's, it will rain to-morrow; you mint
work until it is too dark to see, or the
paint trill wash off." Or, if a lumberer
is cutting logs in the woods, lie does not
expect hi men to vork over-time be
cause there are rainy days. Farm work
must be done on the same business
principles, and the fanner must do his
work the same wav. There is no neces
sity for working all the time, nor after
six o'clock, especially in milking cows
A bent of thirty cows should not be left
unmilked ten minutes after the regular
time, even in the rush of haying. If
this farmer had said, "Hoys, let us quit
half an hour earlier, and come and give
us a band at milking." they wonld have
done it very willingly no doubt. Hut
that mould nave been very wrong to the
cows, for a strange milker will not get
nil the milk, by two or three
quarts, from a cow, and tho cows
would not have oome back to their
milking the next day uvon. This
matter of labor must be managed
lu a business manner, and ery strictly.
anil there will be no more trouble about
It than a carpenter, or any other busi
ness man, lias with hU men. Rtekangt.
A Ponderous Intellect.
"My tear." hW Mrs. Moses Sehaum-
' berg, "we ought to gif a bardy to our
trienle. Dose frienu hat all invided us
to bardies uml we should return de gom
plitnent." I "Dond you fret. HebeocA." saM Mixe,
I "I haf von pig scheme apoud dot pardv.
I Ve vill vait ondil ray ptrthtlav und den
gif de bardy, uml our frients vill pring
In bresents enough to bay all de x-
penses. In dot vay ve vill combine
jieesinoM rait bleasuro, dond It?"
j "Gwacious, Moses, ot s pig head
I you haf got! It vas a great vonder dey
bat kept Vou so long dot Legislature
oud." Trass SfHng$.
I THE (;ut:it.u. MAitKirrs.
KANOAM i 1TV. Nor as, lCT
CATTLH muppiax Htcers U s
Xauvonatt'er 1 ( It 4 iu
Nauru Cnur S n MS
Butehwi' freer ItO O
HOGS Oood to ckotoa hoarr 4 at it 4 M
14 hi 1 UP i 4
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No.t 8H' , n
No.3 Tt I , W
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IIAV-Car tow, UrtRM T 89 i , ; tt
BDTTKK-CliolDacUIrr U i . tt
CHUpgH-RBHMs. new 1 . IS
TOltK-lism II i , It
fhoaWer t i It
kte !i, ",-l
WOOb Missouri. URwatfcn H i I 1
I-UTATOtkV-I'er bushel .KIM
CATTLE-Sblmilwr Steers . (OJ . IN
llHteW' Steers . 4 (V) i . 4 M
MOOS Ooodtooholos .. IM . 10)
gllUBr-Pali-to ecMtee ... is i , ISO
nami-XXX to efaoloe . T M i 4 10
WIlUAT-No-XWIater .. let ISIS
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HOflS-Cood tn elvMee IN Z SO)
(SIIBBP-Kalr toebolee . S tt Z 3 50
t KUIllt-CoflinMHi to ebolce 13) ft to)
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No. 3 83 t) K),
Net Spring- .... S K)S
'COHN-No.1 . MH$S 4
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POUIC-New Mets .... 11 M OHM
TATTLE-Exporta . IS a in
MOOft-Oooiltocbolce ... IU S M
COTTOS'-Mlddllnjr ! W-i
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WHKAT-No. red 1 10 1 11
No XSprlnz 1 W i ,1 M
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I OATS- Wrstern mUeil m l 37
mHK-StamlarJ ?l 13 M t 13 M
- The latest "agonv for fashionable
weddings is for the bride tn carry a
praycr-btok, bounl in white velvet when
she goes to the altar, and follow the
clergyman when be leads the service.
The groom stands by and chews bis
wblkeM. DHroit t'rtt Prts.
A Volrs rrom tb Mtrlhwrtt.
UlLWAtrxct. Wis. Ths J(tf SeKttntl,
rhleh 1 tba leadrae mernint paper t this
Ptate, writes : "Be. Jacob Oil, tbewen
drrfal rsrardy fer rhearaatlira, has Un
used br a targe tramber of people In this
city, sad with tSrct truly taarvtleat.n
Lord Coukidqi aH that John Drijht
built blm.tlf up oa Milton. It Mr. Ilneht
ware aa Amartcan aad aa Arkanar man,
hi wnsld have built hlHuelf op oa Bioon.
A tlrap of Jot In nrr TVord.,
Da. K. V. I'lxacx, BaStlo, N. Y.- Thrra
moattrs aro I was broken eet with larga
utrsrt said sorss oa njr bodj, llmbr and
faea. 1 preeured rear "Ooldrn Mdlcal
IHseovery" aal " l'arstlir. I'etleU" and
bava ukwa six be'tles, al to-day I am In
reed bsalth, all thai ojlr ulcers bavins
healed and Istt rar skin la a natural,
branhy eosHHilea. I thought at on ttms
that I ooekl not b-i rarrd. Altbeuch I can
betpeerlr exareit ar craHtuda to T'U,
yet tsiere Is a drep of far la every word I
write. Yostr tnur,
Jamis O. Reixx, Plemlsrten, K. J.
" Dtooovery" sold by drazgttU.
Taxr tay that the e of tobareo steps
the grewta, bat the at of tobacco will
nevrr kep n man at short at tba nia of
Ilea or. Eictenoc.
Mavt rxasots In Pitttton are nttnc
Ely's Cream Balm, a Catarrh remedy, with
most tatirfaetorr rstults. A lady Is rs
ceveriBR tbe stoseotttsell wbltb the had
nat satoye-i (or flltr-ea year. Bha Lad
rlvra op brr eas as Icrurabie. Mr. Dar
Nrbat turd It In his fimtly and ooramendt
It rtry hlshly. A Tunkbanaeck lawrer,
known tn many of our readers, tettlflVs
that be was cured of partial deafness.
ruutn Fa.) OaitUt.
Eiousruex when traveling throngb the
boundless Wnt ar struck with the
ranrmoui amount ef land to the acre.
-- - -
Da. a V. ritaci's "Oclden Medical
Dtacortrr' cures every kind of humor,
from tb common puapfaor s rapt Ion to th
Pour to six bettltt cor salt-rheota er i
Oa to fire bottles cur th worst kind of
plraples sn the far.
Two to foar bottles clear th iyitm of
boils, carbutiaCes and sores.
Fit to eight bottles euro corrupt or run
nlag ulcers and tba worst scrotals.
I)y drufKtit. and In half-donn and
dozen ;ts at great dlseount.
A LrtDS paper tars that a yonnp widow
In that city, who writes well, is trainlnz
bertolf for an lltor. Who la th editor
llals'a llonry of Iforeboond and Tar
For coujha and eolds is renowned. Tike's
teotbacb drops cur iu one minute.
raiDDT: "Oh, mamma, I've dot rnrh
aa awful headacha in or stomach."
Amnionic Mercary and Potash treat
rnent, t found myiolt a cripple from Mer
curial Httumatltm. Iried Hot fcprinrt
iwo jiin wiuwi ruei, ana was nnau v
a sound ami wen by tb ut el bwllt's
bpeeino (S. a B.)
Hot Springs, Axle
Tnx fisherman is tbe on who has to
scratch fer a II iag, at least voa continually
bear of bis bavins a bite. Yonieri Statei
men. Hwin's Kpeoifie (3. a a) has relieved
me of anobtttaate easeef Dry Ttter,wblch
had trembled me for twesty-Qv years, and
had battled all tort ft treatment.
IUv. I. R. BniHAM, Macon, Ga.
Tux difference between advertising and
advertiser It, tho form-r always pays
while Um Utter somettmes does not.
Nrw Tjnur, y. & Iter. O. W. Offley
ears: "I hare taken Brown's Iron Bitters,
and consider tt ono of the best medicines
Tale Coli.xoc students are organizing
a brats band. Tout there will be a consid
erable addition to tbe number of college
tooters. .Vrte Jlann llejuttr.
Tnz frreatott Engine in tho wcrld Is th
new Baxter portable, in me all over tb
world. Dtcrlptive circulars free. Address
J. C Todd, IT Barclay, SL, New York.
in eight-year-old ram.
Tistzo er Time. For Throat Dlseasn,
Colds, and Coughs, Bnows's BaoxcnixL
Troches have nroreo' their sfflcacy by a test
of many years. Sold unit fa teui.
It MVes a " buebt shop " to male a man
turn pale. HU Sft.
Hocr HaL, 8. a Rev. J. a White says t
"I used Brown's Iron Bitters for general
debility. It restored mo to strength and
Is a discarded lover a beau not? Of
Weak langs, spitting of blood, consump
tion and kindred affeotisns, cured without
physician. Address for treatise, with to
stamps, World's DtsrztsAJiY Medical
AssoctATlo.t, Buffalo, N. Y.
The canned fruit market is said to bo
jammed. -V. Y. Xtwt.
ItEUAnKABLE for overcoming diseases
caused by impure water, decaying vegeta
tion, etc, is Brown's Iron Bl'.tcrs.
Bn.L-coLLiCTt.vo Is easier said than
"dun." Chicago A'twt.
It afllcted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isato
Thompson a Bye Water liru.-dju set! IL s&c.
Plan's CmE wilt cure Coughs, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Consumption. 2ft nets.
THE GREAT GERMAN
I. 'Tr tuvt cut
tartans, rU, llnlws,
AtJ sJ otsrr bodiij abe
FIFTY CENTS A BOTUE.
SoM by an DratzUie asd
THtim. Uncuoas ta u
Ike (lulu i. Terrier Co.
(lMmn I, A. TCDfua CO.
BUUm.rt Xl.TJ S.A.
lf ee I Cards and Chromoa.
Wo will rand free tr mall ntaraplawt of our
lariro Ucrman. French and American Chrnmo
Cards, on Unled and r-jld grounds, with a
price list of over ) dlScrcnt dealrnt,on ro
celptof a stamp for postare. We will also
ff,n . &? bT n"Jsj sample, ton of our beau
tlful rhromoa. on roce.pt of ton cents to pay
for park nr and postages also lnck.se a oon
Odential price list of our largo oil ihronKx.
Atecu wanted Address r GLTASoaACoI
IS f jiatner ttreeu Boston, Mats.
Thoarh shskri, tn
rer Jlnt sal abrr
the i;nrm nujr rrt
le frred from tbe
IMuert rntsct lb
intrm trx'tc it with
(tH Wottcrnt ssu.
spumsate. wtlcb tt
furtlxrisor a ta
rrrm msey fer
tint romsiAiat. eon
k'41. tr.aklo tad
for isl tr all
Pre-rV. eM Orti
London Colored Cliristraaa
and Now Year's Cards.
Sll,t,tc.tcr,lr. fssrlsxbrtwide. Teaeratt
.SI SBBHBBaBSBBBnTBa aBL.1
Is frond tn the Ore! Modern tHtcorttf,
Coca, Beef and Iron
r-rttflif ninf! i e-rt vr. ! lri of
J9rw lioblllijr Ural n f IIarin4Afr
Tma HIM,t4t !; t 1 iu, Isopoff
IMsvnt ' m -ve! ! titt rtn rii. rrvii
Hdcrf ft trff-n3' nxrr t tM fir 1wp,
lumBsV Ak iMmK4l'f BtH-T ti4 t - tj
wnbftr'l vtei vi ls-tl ' Lttt, jV ff tt
stiU of tJVftrU sl sV ft ftyill t f V Of f
(I-iri Vijt sib4ill th r--v M hetf 9f k
1 rr too ssWitfVtx tS
-tc n frrcm ft! j 4 Vrt ttltil M
in r ftrto. tinrn ro-
Kaiisi I1tV jUo.,k1o Ubolrtnl Agt,
-v.- . . .T I -'.. --..--. Vi -
tr Im o -! eJ sV1 rrtls 'aJ A s-tet XKaTr''
!sv-t vM rT.flf. aV'Adj 4 frtati raTr''
rii-risT-- 'v I, t VtL KTI. J ) Wria
ii. rii-nr' -viii un. n"ii,
WflHCSr T,rv-. sa.V ff I IT M
&& ntsUrft ' th sVte?ltarr sf If sMlth. Ill
tt4vt ft4--aLiCktrtitf' iTfi .iVtifbUrvaV
we Lv't 1
when app led by i
tbe Crrir tut the '
ntnu,w! be at-
rtei er. tua'y
if ciuiill virus.
ta'i "a-bea-lby e
err' ' J. It a- art
i uiammatmn. pro-tr-sUjetr'
( IU" ca.ai pa-
arrsf' tni 'Sun-
bea s tug sores an t
r tt res taste and
tr- ' Af'T app.t
rat i n r leTe. A
If ir -i H iifm,il
a Ci' .comoietetr
KAY-FEVER VLS? Sk
rndforc'rri ar Tr -e cnt t y mail or at
ntl nrrfl- 10 t 19 tr
We kArt jar itni tl t t f til . Rlchanla
nriri liA4r At i -Tti t Abort pie,
tbaVTBpk H ! I lt Bl fstlfll . Vtt0
tr lioaltftl Ivtry r- r-.o L iM nt UUD.
vfUk pftrtrff ' ax am 1 nail an an 4 trial.
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers cf 6cas and 6ca Gcods,
121-123 Weat Tlflh Street,
taatnU4 Cslsline Tn. Kan. a. City, Ss.
Our Little Ones and Tii3 Nursery.
The most beautiful
Magaiin In the
World lor the
The Literary isd ArtUtk
Errry Arx wn tea ea-
pelT f or hi wrrif
Ettt IV- nmtat ei-reie-
Ij for Uue week, by the
The mott T&Tsa1 e rTrmlan.' A Prrsmarn lor errry
rabvTrd reeewi.' c bi wih m Ptnoixtit
Seed i'stui for oar New Prtm mo IH'
Send Postal for a Free Specimen.
A!15.ari!nM0U. ipiu niut
One Year, 1 1.50. Single Copies, 18 cts.
F.i3 PtifiHtz Co., J$ beetfitlJ Si, Oats, Uiu.
DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT'
J rrgiI Ssofiijkrs- krrrrat.m I-r
Ri-(rli.i5Vs."" -rakAsjt. raia(aB, svra
rp- " -. i rwU' Aam -ntHsra,
'a iej rji fcuvrwt T . ar riiem jL4jrp
BYCLECTRICITY.' nj iYfi. TrJVltnX
sPti?ant',nnrtOwn. rirtttfforan-aur ,
DrTW J. EOlIUrUrf'uiHajktaiaAf Ck?j,VL ,
Vi Pi- . lAlwtse mt. rjtlDtMBPMirtpn
VOVr.LTT. IIEAtTT AVO AnTISTlf BX-
-.1 fELLEME. lathers, mothers, brothers, '
titter. cr.u:n, aunt... uncle, rover and
friends will And a rear s subscription to DEil
OKEVT8 JioNTHLV MAOAZlS't' the lwt
Illu.tration of fncrdly filling etpw-a rasa
holslay prr-soit. Tnis modi mairat oe now
comtuiMtlH casrn la' rf ill otn rs and on j
tl yearlr Do not fail to tt-e the up endld ar
nr of novelties, irran 1 arrar of cnu rtamlnir,
useful and beautiful terary ircnisand artntlo
Ulurtratiors, to bo f tind In the tuccetftro
number. Hld ercrrwhire. pric 3 cent,
orrearlrfi AdJrss.W JeSNaNOS BUJt
OBEST. IT Last llth street New ork.
r"lavsSl " VToKrtt.fiMovr.nn
lllslulu Or.tUEIiT( ,t, trAl Mitoxaad
isrr j 1 niDrA n X3 1 ttu 1 at pttt.
lOm.rrUf -if i ctrst - AjvTwvn aor. FHfK
dO.liltOli. at CO., 1'ub,,SU X-aulMs,
cHAc.nrc;srl. Ad. J I La w 11 1 5Ja.o.
mr B Aa TTtt 'Hv aj III
V SJMIVM ssflH Kaf 1 T A3 1
al?t. m WA1L1
WSlnOci 1 1 a h K
Gr'K'riBi' JSL'wu'jacv i.
Tbe Enormous Amount of 5102,400 Actually Given Away to the Cocrursers of
THE ARRAY OF CIFTS
1 080 Acrti of Laad la lHkuta.Nt.ru-
IS Webtr iijIeJOnadTprtgLtPlasce t), coo 00
I lO EcLd O .MWtr4 1 10,000.00
SOO Tbe tTUson Ks OteillulEg Shot-
tie Sraisx Alsbiaes. 15,000.00
TQTiTi AMO U JEM 'X',
AikyotirDrirforSrH.vn.Ifn-t.l rr.CO AalCtrtxUr fuljr eipUltlm oarplaaot P.i:rfVutka.
P. J. SORG J?c CO.- IVsiddletown, Ohio
CKEW SPEAR-HEAD AND GET k FARM
13 Strike at tho Bottle.
A nervous and dbease-sfricken'old gentleman was sitting in his room
on an easy-chair, his physician being at his side.
Said the old gentleman, " Now, doctor, you hr.vc been treating mc for
a long time, and liavcn't done mc much good. I'm tired of all this. I
want yolt to strike at the root of all my disorders."
Said the doctor, "Do you mean exactly what you say?"
"To be sure I do," said the venerable invalid.
"Well, here goes!" said the'doctor; and with one whack oi his cane
he broke to pieces the brandy-bottle which stood on the mantel.
The old gentleman was angry and excited, but he had a good answer
ready for the doctor. " Doctor, if it hadn't been for your doctrine, I never
would have got into the habit of drinking."
In Brown s Iron Bitters there is strength for the debilitated, relreth
ment fur the nervous, and new life for the broken-down.
TtDlMft is txtttr UAH cart JOHNSON'S AMJUYaSL LINIMKNT ILblJ. lafiatiUsU llatsTi. I
Dtnt. lUikuif Ca9B nhoopuif l Ufa. IslsVTsvi,
I santsr iiasra. .- srrreatw-rr irsa-ara
M "R li I
Foot and Ankle.
The EDSOV ELECTRIO GARTER de
yelooo the FOOT and ANKLE into per
fect form, euppfrte and strenther
the limbs, edda mnrveilout grace and
elattieity to the ttep,
It Qlvtt ffrtal i
eoM a4 torn
ixtrr torn ef
inh. nmi. ..
etfn sfaifVW Til I lito
JWsSS: P. Inpfpin z-i
r2ia.rrw ronbrt cftu
uv& T8.pt.np iSrvS
wi ,. U Uil UUi s , Mont: rx
PRICE, hi F,r.ttt Silk Webbing (utual
colore), Stud and Buetle Clasp; 12, I3.
u fM',W' 17 inch. $2 00 per pair.
Malltd to an address on receipt cf
money. Send for c rcular
LONDON ECEOTRIO FARRIO CO.,
SI Btekmen Street, flew fork.
of on .
Mrmrf sat pots.b htr mAt vm ertrf" bss
vir.pttUira usl ttaas eoaiyjec.
TDarm W BT i T "TT - .:
ties H;?.'."i."" S.'iS'Eiais nil
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Honarca ugnming aawing mawti
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SfTi I itoi mcoi teas, a. tto. sta.
faBWexa. Ton Bo. Ilsam om Inrlnaed,
f"- iMOTnttftttv artwJranttisTiaxs.
kcM FOHCrSb', TOOLS. &c
(jFJIrT tur roast list roe Uht oat. .si
yZV 1 oll..ABVllBitKllerTali,aie.
rarwn Urn H t .e-,
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uTiitmt rote tir.s r o 'f- .
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FREE CHRISTMAS PACKACE.
T !t.rii'.j' t-t aaasrsare '! uJ.
1ll Mt i In at ctur-. lt"i ' i'H'l1
UUMlMMUItllc S rrt' '-i l uu I". I
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Isl flit ts. terfl Atc -. . !J.trin
with tttit. .,rt. f-ret. t M. r raoto-
rtv.kl. e3r-.1t at .11 th. . i. ff IUValt.1
tt inf.utiW ort for Ill-a-
rnt !. from cmiii.ii.es
MAkrn. Dot Ml kewTerk
IrsE DstBaStl 19 IrsSas f ai " w vw
s AW EMi.MEQ imms
I whs Rta its puss rUflDERT."
DE LA CLARC'8 FRENCH DI800VEJ
4rrAtMs Miw st.puria sr iitim
I a jot snaUnnrmonarrfandrUsi
I tfsrtsnaesi a eery osl' lt tU4 adj a.
ssv4 sW 21 fU trlWHrMlL (!
b.U4 ! t "wt
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III AMII 144ttMS,Mlr...,wlr.-nW4
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CiUf il rnnli Mi ul pM kA fcMWa
iik atooisa sea
5SF5 Lbs. Wcht
ITf.lt IKX.s nad lor aurnruoni
lot Lhli fstnnae brrsd. aim) rowl.
t JL 31L I tM, CI-ei IZLA.1V, V I
arrsrnla. lt Itknm, Itry
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niuod diiesMi. cur-d br Look t
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brands. Itanrr-On Ptyr a r . H tt
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Fmooth crop In the left ear
rlorc branded mim on th rf I bin.
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Ovrrblt In tbe left rar. crop and otrillt if
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I Crop cS Uf t ear and 'rop and spill .in right tt
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rnderblt In left ear, orerblt In right
llinffc Dt-fct mile north of Claremor.
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Cndcrtlt in each tar Horso brand same at cl
Jtingf-nclween Cabin and Pryor's Creeks.
TJ. V. KIDjER,
Pryor'a Creek, I, T.
Crop and split in left ear, swallow forklnrifht
lUi.ijt Pryor's Creek.
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Vlnlla, I. T.
Cnder half crop on left ear and rplltln rltht,
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Overslopo In left cer
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Swallow fork and underblt In rlahlar: aa
derslope In lef L f Jiie rrjor s Creek. .
Vlnlla, I. T.
ITndertlope in each ear Hang Prror's Creefc
ta miles south of In tt. near M- K, A T. IL U
Boa.1 llrnnd -Left loin.
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Vlulta, I. T,
Crop o3 left ear, over bit In right ftanrl-f
On Cool Cteek. lload brand p. Crop anl
split la left ear, swallow fork in riiht r.
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Crop and underblt enl orerblt In riiht .
swallow fork and undeiblt tn If f L notch
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