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V - KcrrhK.
THE ART OF PROSPERITY.
Tell ma not that advertising
t bct an empty dream.
For lit charms are more surprising
(Ana every body who has tried tt wisely and
well will acknowledge that Itt effects re
fr mora astonishing)
Than Itt dull, old-fashioned practitioners
could arer deem.
And whtrhevarwgy thou tamest
Thou will find upon IM whole,
Tnoio wbo adrertltv In earned
(Yes, we hare on .y to glance at ourwealthy ,
i commercial nr.-nt and weahallndniitthat
, those Who do the thing proporly)
"Boonctt resch the wlthsd-for ttoat
IVouldt't thou then a lctton borrow?
Would'st thou know the royal way J
Advertise then to to-morrow
(Don I lot J tittle expcnto deter yon) you
ra merely catling your bread uron tho
waters, and you will soon hare the eat-
ItractlonotknoKlng fiat each to-morrow)
finds theo richer than to-day.
tdrertlse thenl No retreating!
I-ol the senseless croakers ravel
tVhile your heart with hop la boating
(Vou will alwaya find a lot orthopia In
crery community who are blind to their
talorcatsi but while you are making fame
They will llnd oblivion's (rare,
Printer's Ink will lend tha battle
Printout Ink, tho balm of life)
Printer's Ink no din, no rattle
(No, It does Itt work quietly; and In the
great war ot competition, when judicious
)y nnd th'ckly la d on. It alwnyt)
Leads the ran ngalnat the ttrlto.
Advertisers oil iiimind us
We can taaka success sublime.
Make our pile and leave behind 01
(llxnctly, thal'a utt where It comes In. We
not only fcathor our own nett, but we
prorlde for the prosperity and well-being
ol fenerations yet unborn, and so lento
What denct tha touch ot time.
Hrelng which, perchancn another
Struggling maa with weary brain.
Some non-adrerttslng brother,
(A good example It always to be commend
ed, especially In tha matter of adrerllf
In?; and many a struggling business man
scelnc the socret of another's suoo ess)
Hay with wisdom try again.
Advertise thenl Upanddolngl
So arort a meaner fate)
And, the wiser course pursuing,
(Vou will find that you will aoon be In a po
sition to look tho world In tha face. If you
I-Wn to adtrerl'te and waltt
New Zealand Tune,
TOOL ADO'S PUG.
That ArlBtocrotlo Animal TJnbut
tlons His Mind a Llttlo,
Gonernlly I'vo tho swectost dlspost
tloa in tho world; but whon Hosaloo
Kicker called mo an old-fashioned
fossil, 1 flrod lip. Yes, l am old-fash-loncd,
but I don't enjoy having It
thrown In my face. I was ruined by
cheap imitations. Tho first woro
works of art. besides bolng unique and
uxponiivo; but when things camo to
Bitch u pass that ono could buy a
stony-hearted Imitation for soventy
Cno cents, then my star of fashion set.
Well, as I said, 1 "fired up;" and
when tho opportunity occurred I, In a
qulot, unostentatious way, toyed with
lier fcathor fan In such n manner that
when I had finished It looked as it It
had boon to u political convontion. Of
courso this dollcatn nttontion on my
pari did not tend to cemont our friend
ship, In fact a coldness cimo between
us sho throw mo into tho water.
I can not deny Hint Miss llosaleo
was Ronerally considered a very at
tractive young lady, particularly to
my friend Mr- Pooladetj but lu tujrqutCC
llttlo way I did nil in my power to froo
lilm from tho fascination, oven golnp
bo fur as lo chow up a lovc-lottcr ho
had written her.
Now I counted on this mastlcatloj
to break up the tt holo nllnlr. In ntl
welt regulated novols I hud road, an
unanswered lottor was always suffi
cient to muke tho "Lovor" fly to
Greenland') coral strand or to
India's icy mountains; but my faith
In romances rocolvcd a fearful shock
whon, uftor twenty-four hours of
jilno, I'oolado calmly Inquired of tho
"Horolno" and found that tho miss
ing lettor hud novor boon received.
Horo wo wcro, off for throo days
to spond tho "-Hli." Our cargo con
sisted of tho freshest tilings in con
fcctlonory for Miss Kosaloo, tho latest
cummer novel for her mothor, tho
tiowoat things in tiro-works for tho
hlldron, and tho most fashionnblo nt
Uro for himself.
Kosaloo having n wonknoss, or
ruth or n strength, for out-door
sports, I'ooladif thought It would bo a
point in his fuvor to nffoct tho athlotlo
stylo. So wo paddlod down tho
liver In a brand now canoe. Ho was
entertaining himself by imagining tho
impression ho would muko on the
"Adored Ono" by gracefully swing
ing Ills cru't to tho stops, springing
lightly ushoro, nnd fulling on her
nlttbtuttor neck with n flvo pound box
Lato in tho aftornoon lior homo be
came, vlslblo with its woll-peopled
rornndus, with tho musicians on tha
lawn, and, ulusi hor big dogs roam
ing at largo. ,
In order to do it nil with an air of
careless grace, I'oolado proceed od to
light n cigarette. Where ho throw tbo
burning mntch I know not; but It is
liaroly possiblo Hint It foil among tho
fireworks. I ha ono particular reason
ir thlnktng so, only nbout this timo a
peculiar hissing sound camo from our
cargo, folio wod by euddon flashes of
I rombombor distinctly seoing the
,jlr flliod with unehrliMan langnngo as
1'oolado flow Into tho wator, wboro I
Joined him, Just as an explosion occu
pied tho apaco wo had so recently
Was It Kpiotetus or "Mr. IJnrnos, of
Now York" who romarkedi "When a
dorr falls Into tho wntnr tin woU lilimni
nnd pants?" Any wny, this wns ray con
dition; and not being much of a swim
mer, I solzol a piece of soap us It
llonlod by from our wrecked cargo,
nnd was washed ashore.
Of courso this unpromodltatod pyro
tochnlo nxhibition made its tho canter
of observation, and the men came
rushing down from tho vorandn; but
tho big do.is woro ahead of ull, and,
pluntod on tho edge of tho water, with
uppor and lower tooth on dress parade
simply waited for us.
In vain Poolndo trlod to pacify them
ua he waded along tho shore. At ovory
attempt ho raiulo to upproach their
Angor and their tooth soomod to in
crenso. Tiio mon yrort equally powerless to
control thorn or got thorn awav irom
us; nnd as toon as it was soon mat
thoro bad boon no serious accldout ex
coptlng to tho canoo and Its contents,
tho spectators showed uncalled-for
hilarity, which naturally was not
toothing to us.
Nothing could bo dono till Miss
Hosaloo IjchoU arrived and took com
ksuwd at thy rpfrfcctry dogs.
Whon bIio rccognlzod us through our
disguises sho, loo, smiled, and It was
tho most Irritating kind tho half
suppressed smllo. Now if sho had
simply ordorcd a steamer chair
brought down from tho houso and
had eontod horsoU on th6 river bank
and laughed, shrieked nnd hallooed
for threo-qunrters of an hour, It Would
havo boon balm to our jaded spirits
compared with her attempts ntsympa-
tny whlcb but thinly conccnlod her
almost uncontrollablo nmucoment.
llilnk of what a stage ontrnnco for
I'oolado, who countod on making such
a fascinating Imnrosslon by swinging
jgrncofully to tho short) In his pictur-
osquo canoo and his iMhlonnblo bored
smile! And, to add still anothor ago
ny to tho occasion, thoro was tho
"Hated Itlvul," Mr. Junius Urutus
Jonas, In spolloss garb, whoso assist
ance wo woro obllgod tonccopttodrag
us tip onto tho bank!
Tho contrast botween tho two suit
ors rts wo plodded toward tho houso
was Just what you would Imnglno bo
tweon an olognutty drossed, contented
nnd amusing man, and a dripping,
shivering, cross-grained specimen of
I'oolado htckod tho moral courage
and his flnnnol suit lacked tho non
shrinking qualities to fnco tho nudU
unco. So early tho noxt morning wo
quietly returned homo
Two weeks latdr Wo arranged to
spend our regular vacation at a
fashionnblo hotel In tho vicinity of
Miss Kusaloo's summor homo.
Among othor attractions, our rep
ertory Included a bronco: gcntlo nnd
unkind, could bo drlvon by a lady
wlttvi big club and warranted to al
ways do tho wrong thing nt the right
timo; but with hts russot harnoss,
whlto linos, and a neatly nppotntod,
stylish cart, tho general offect was
great! So with tbco ploaslng acces
sories wo mnda out socond nttempt to
shlno In Miss Kosnloo's presonco.
Wo rattled along tho road nt a
strapping pace, swung botweon tho
stone posts, and trotted right up tho
steep, curving drlvo-wny to tho houso,
which wns situated a hundrod foot
nbovo tho public road.
I'oolado had selected an hour whon
ho know tho guests would bo assem
bled on tho front piazza; nnd tho
effect wo producod I with n now Jow
oled collar from Tiffany's, and my
companion n combination of all tho
latost fads in mon's dress qulto satis
fied our so ro footings.
Miss llosaleo Immediately fell on tho
pony's necV, called it nil kinds of
sweet nnmos, odmlrod tho trappings,
onthusod over tho cart, and finally
oven compllmontcd mo! For tho first
timo I ronllzod what a really charm
ing girl she was.
To nil this Mr. Junius Brutus Jonas,
whoso complexion wo Imagined wns
fast assuming a greenish tint, with a
sickly smllo, had to listen. After nil,
thoro aro times whon life it worth liv
ing. As Miss Kosaloo, having ncceptcd an
Invitation to drivo, stopped into tho
hall to gather hor wraps, aorao of tho
children, with shrieks and howls, and
tho uncontrollablo big dogs, camo
bounding playfully round to tho front
of tho houso.
Tho whol onset was too much for
tho bronco's norvos, and with a fright
ened snort ho clawed tho air with his
front foot, and thon, boforo any ono
could put out a hand to arrest him. ho
plunged madly down tbn curved t .vo
and gavo a good lmltatbn of a horse
To tho careless obscrvor I'vo no
doubt ho nppcarcd to uso his legs In
tho old-fashioned wny, but for tho sako
of art I am glad to stato that ho ran In
tho correct Muybridgo instantanoous
Fooludo rushed wildly down tho
straight path, arriving at thogato Just
In timo to slip and sprawl out In tho
mud, giving tho pony nn opportunity
to roll all over him; a rhanco which
tho bronco availed hlmsolf of with
alacrity and ovldcnt enjoyment. Tho
offect wns all vory pretty, and tho re
sult a symphony in mud!
If tbo pony had only continued his
raco, smashed the carriage, ruined tho
harnesi, or oven broko a few of
Poolado's legs. It would havo given
somo dignity to tho scono; but, ns It
was, tho ludicrous hold undisputed
sway; oven the bronco seemod too
ovorcomo at tho general hilarity to
Of courso tho "H. K.," Mr. Junius
II. Jonas, In a spotlois lawn-tennis
costumo, was tho first man on hand to
drag tho mud-frescoed I'oolado to his
feet and assist him up tho hill, while
others holpcd untangle tho pony and
proceeded to ropal- a slight break In
Imnglno the coulrastl Mr. Jonas
in snowy whlto flannol trousers, a bluo
silk shirt with cravat and waist-scarf
of bluo and whlto, a sparkling
blazer and Imraaculato straw hut; and
by his stdo, wrecked, dilapidated I'oo
lado, with his coat split down tho
back and tho oponlug nlcoly plasterod
up with rich brown mud, both sleoios
torn open from shoulder to elbow,
his hands In'tho samo condition as his
face not oxuetly spattorod with mud,
but bearing a solid coating of dust,
dirt and clay about two Inches thick,
which tended to itjjuro tho oxprosalon
of his clear-cut features. At tho first
glnncoono might havo thought thcro
woro only thlrtoon holes In his trou
sors; but on careful examination twon-ty-ono
rents, more or loss concealed
with clay, could bo discerned.
As for me, thoro was ono pound of
mud to every hair on my hide.
Kosaloo gavo ono glance at us as wo
tottered up tho stops Just ono little
bashful look and thon flow Into the
I don't say sho Iaughod I slmnlv
saw ner cramming dor handkerchief,
herlaco fan and somo embroidery Into
her mouth as sho rushed for tho door;
and when sho was within the wildest
peals of uncontrollablo laugbtorebook
tho walls. Uut I trust Miss Kosaloo
was too pollto to allow herself to bo
oxclted to merrlmont at our eccentric
appearance though tho rost of the
party on the veranda wero not so
punctilious; and it was with qulot sat
isfaction that I saw one man drugged
away in a fit.
For tbo next few days wo kept our
selves in closo rotlromont, as wo wore
wearing sovoral marks nnd. bruises
which only timo and arnica could ef
face. We rosolvod on our next appearance)
to uvold both canoos and broncos. So
arraying oursolvos la our tartest rai
ment, and assuming our imported
bored look, wo sauntered to the plcnlo
grounds by tho rlvor bunk, whore Miss
Kosaloo and her party were assembled.
Inconsequence of tho two disastrous
Incidents wo had oxporlonced In trying
to mako an improsson on Miss Itoso
leo, this our thiol altonpt made ut
W -decidedly nervous. All tha con-
venllonat picnic ncoldonU foso Ur) bo
foro us llko ghosts.
On approaching wo SAW that tho
wildest confusion and oxoltomenl
seemed to provnlll thon ottt from the
crowd walked tho "II. Itk" Mr. Junius
Urutus Jdnn. Yes, thoro was ntt mis
take, though his appoarunco was un
usual Ills olasllo stop, his nonchalant air,
his patronizing smllo nnd his spotloss
garb woro not with him. At ovory
raovo wator spouted from his shoes,
spurted from ovory sonm and ran In
torrents from tho odgos of his clothes.
Yos, as tho Intelligent rcado r has
already surmised, Mr. Jonas was wot!
Tor onco ho had reached our loVol. I
don't hesitate to say wo smllod In
fact, my amusomont was too largo for
my collar anil 1 camo tear having
Wo suddonty observed that our In
nocent merrlmont was coldly frowned
on by tho nssombly; nnd, n moment
lator, tt was explained to us that Mr.
Jonas was a horo a real, llfo-slzcd,
flrst-class. sensational horol
At tho risk of his llfo nnd the sure
rutn of his chnsto costumo ho had
plunged boldly into tho raging tor
ront nnd snatched tho beautiful Miss
Kosalcd from the jaws of death that
Is, sho would no doubt havo drowned.
In time. If tho water had suftlclont
dopth; but, to tell tbo truth, I'oolado
nnd I attorwards quietly sounded tho
wator in thnt locality nnd found It
only throo or four feet dcop. Thero
was no current, and no holes; and If
sho had boon lot alone sho would hnvo
walkod comfortably out and saved hor
bangs, which, alasl wero lost In tho
confusion of bolngdtnggod nshore.
Hut of courso wo could not say nil
this to tho enthusiastic udmlrors of
tho thrilling docd, and tho "II. K."
posed as tho lion ot tho hour.
Somo ot tho ro ports placed tho
depth ol tho wator at sovonty-flvo
fcot, nnd said tho young lady was bo
lng rapidly swopt out of sight by n
furious current, and that sho had al
ready sunk four times boforo tho dar
ing swimmer could grasp hor.
All this was too much for I'oolado.
Wo wandorod to our hotol, nnd ho
paced tho floor norvously nil day, and
wroto desperately all night And tho
result was n lottor to Miss Kosalco, of
which this Is a synopsis:
Ho told hor of his unconquorablo
love; ho declared his Intention ot novor
ncolng hor again; ho would lcavo tha
field to Mr. Jonas, the man whom
fato had favored In nllowlng him the
prlvilego of risking his llfo to savo
tho loveliest girl in tho world; and
ho could only hopo her happiness
would bo as groat as his own misery
was dcop; etc., etc.
The numbor of hours and tho amount
of wrlting-p.ipor It required to
composo this offuslon woro boynnd
reckoning. It was sent to hor by n
messenger as we rolled to tho utntlon
tho noxt morning on our wny home.
Tho following day at tho breakfast
tablo, as 1 occupied my accustomod
stool at Foolado's otdow, watching
him llstloi-sly open his mall, ho
jumped from his seat, upsetting tho
chocolnto-pot and nearly overturning
tho wbolo tablo. I sprang just In
timo to avoid tbo flying chlnn and
falling chntrs as ho rushod wildly to
his room, where I was not slow In
Already his traveling-bag was In
his band, into which ho was crowding
a lot of r.rtlcl is. Then, without one
wohl oi thnughL fni mn. hn flow out of
Now from oxporlonco I know that If
I went uninvited It would simply mako
a scone; so whllo I was standing thoro
undecided, my cyo fell on tho letter
which had caused this sudden emo
tion, and which he had accidentally
Heboid tho contonts:
'You Dtr Foollth Old Boy: I thought erery
one knew that Mr. Jonas was engaged to my
pretty cousin wbo It now abroad, and he teekt
my society tlmply to that he can find a patient
listener while be enthutet about hit abtent
Iu regard to his rlng "the lowliest girl In
the world,' as you to charmingly word It. I may
at well let you Into the secret now, It was all
a practical Joke we girls planned. We made
wagers as to which man would be the first to
jump In after the supposed-to-bo drowning
"Besides being an expert swimmer, I knew
the shallowness of the watr. nut the partic
ulars of all this will keep till t see you, which
I trust wlU be ry loon.
"Yocn Wjutiso Rosalec."
Now I'm no fool; at a glanco I saw
tbo chanco to mako mysolf wolcome to
I'oolado. I realizod how ho'd prizo
tho precious letter, so seizing tho mis
slvo I bolted nfter him.
Tulk about an enthusiastic recep
tion! You should havo just soon him
hug mo whon tho lottcr In my mouth
"Oh! wo felt on very good torms
with ourselvos," nni oven to this day,
Kosalee, or, I should say, Mrs. I'oola
do, hugs mo whonevor sho thinks oi
Oh! I may bo old-fashioned and out
of style, but there aro two people who
appreciate mo. Two people? Whyl
thoro are three now I almost forgot
tho baby! Wilt Thllllp Hooper, h
Origin of the Name " Iowa."
Tho Stato derives Its name from tho
trlbo known now ns thn fnwn fr-il
Much learning, or nt least research, has
beon waited In the nttempt to show the
orthoirranhv nnd definition nf )il trnnt
among the Indians themselves. Whllo
Viasmngton Irving, witti tho Hconso al
lowable to an Imaginative writer,
states that the meaning of tho
word is "boautiful," and rocounts the
Incident by which thntphraso was first
annllcd to tho countrv. anvlnrr that
tho trlbo who, In their wnndorlngs,
nrnveu at tno nignest point In the
Iowa nralrles. Iooklnr nvnr thn t,i
expanse of country uninterrupted by
hills or swamps, Involuntarily uttered
iuo woru -uowa, meaning "beauti
ful." But nrobablv a betUr nnthnrltv
for tbo meaning of tho word was Mr.
AUioino iecioiro, a hnlf-brood of the
Sao" nnd "Fox" nations, who nt
wavs asserted hum oroualr that hn
tho first whlto roan born In Iowa.
though his mothor was rn Indlnn. Ho
was emnlovod for mnnv vnnra tt,a
United States as an Interpreter In thoit
coalings wiin me various Indian tribes.
Ills definition of tho word was: "Horo
Is the spot this Is the nlaco to dwell
In poaco." It is vory cortaln, howev
er, that tho name oPtho Stato, and
tho namo of one of its secondary riv
ers, running through a largo part oi
tho center of the Stato, Is dorl ved from
tho namo of the tribe. Mr. Justice,
Mlllor, In Harpor's Magazine.
Dion IJouclcault remarks that in
the courso of hb lifetime tho senso of
decency has shifted from tho oar to tho
eye. Tho publlo nowadays rosonts it
double entendre, but applauds an ex
hibition of tho nudo which would then
havo boen recelvod with mttiomcnt
HOW PENCILS ARE MADE.
A Manufacturer Kxplalns the Processes
Enlplnyed In III factory;
"Why Is It," aakod tho scrlbo, nsho
looked ttmldlv orar thn desk klila at
tho big manufacturer, "whon you first
hog in to sharpen n lead pencil that tho
lead is so good nnd it sharpens so
nlcoly, and as you got norror the other
ond, or tho rubber or motnl tip, tho
lead gols worso nnd worsof"
"You only find that phenomenon In
nn ordinary grade, not In tho best
ponells," answered tho big manufact
urer, much-moro suavoly than tho
scrlbo had expootod ho would. "To
find out how It is, let us sco Just how
lead ponells tiro thndo. Tho wood of a
lloncll, you know, is cedar; tho lead,
a it is called, graphite- Whlto wood
is soraotlmoi used, but only for In
ferior grndos. In gonoral, tho quality
of tho wood can bo determined vory
largoly by Us color. Tho rodder, tho
bottor quality; tho moro yellow, tho
pooror. Our wood comes to us nil
from Florida in slabs, each exactly a
poncll's length and of six pencils'
width. A mnohlno makes six length
wlso grooves in each of thd slabs, add
Irt thejo grooros Is tho graphlto la'ld.
Od tho groovod nnd graphltod slab Is
glued anothor groovod slnb, so olosoly
that tho linos of joining can not bo
scon. Now comes in tho answor to
your question. This combination ot
graphlto nnd board must bo out Into six
ponoll shapes. It can bo dono nil at
onco or In six separate cuttings. Mark
tho dlfteronco. If tho mnohlno ot six
saw blados Is usod. Just after tho
middle Is passed tho tendency is for
tbo part already out to spring nnd
bond to either side Tarts of tho wood
below nrfl. In conscquonco, tightly
compressed, add thd graphlto within
softened or broken. With tho single
saw blodo nil this Is avoided. Of
courso, using the slnglo saw blade, tho
cost Is much Increased. And so In tho
hlgh-prlcod pencil Is tho load tho samo
all tho wny through.
"Tho shaping of tho poncll, tho
mnktng It round or hexagonal, Is dono
at tho samo timo tho slabs aro Rawed
Into their parts. Tho better grndes of
pencils then go through nn ImtucnBo
amount of smoothing nnd finishing.
Tho varnish Is thon put on, tho poncll
bolng forced by machinery Mirough
fixed brushes wot with It. This par
ticular process is ropcatcd sovoral
times. Tho polishing thoronftor is
dono mainly by hand."
So saying, tho big manufacturer re
turned to his dosk nnd correspondence.
N. Y. Mntl and Kxpross.
Phjlotophy of tho Day,
Tho degroes of luck nro so various
that thoy can bo applied to all circum
stances. Wisdom wnlts to bo asked for advlco.
Truths dlffor. Sometimes thoy aro
told to a man's faco, and somotlmcs bo
hind hts back.
Tho truth nbout somo men Is not
told until nf tor they nro "ad.
Vanity produces cornt .ud voxatlons
Trusts nro combinations of mon nnd
corporations thnt can not trust ono an
If oyery mnn could havo his wny tho
world would bo a'raost depopulated.
Some men dlsclpllno themsolvcs to
Much sympathy Is thrown away on
an ambulance patient. It may bo only
a caso of plain drunk.
A denouncer of tho drama Is often a
terrifying cliaractor In tho drama of
his own conscience
Many a man llvos on tho roputatlon
othors mako for him. N. Y. Sua.
Dashloy "Qucor things pooplo
discover when thoy aro living nt
boarding-houses. At dlnnor nt my
bonrdlng-houso yostorday I stuck my
fork Into n plcco of plo and brought
up a collar button that I had lost n
wook ago." Snaggs "Thnt noth
ing. I lifted oft tho top of my straw
berry shortcake at my boarding-house
yosterday and what do you supposo
thoro was In it?" Dashloy "I glvo
it up. A silk umbrella, perhaps."
Snaggs "No, sir; strawborrles."
Dashloy (Incredulously) "Aw, what
aro you giving mo?" Hoston Ueacon.
It Don't ray
to use uncertain means when suffering
from diseases ot the liver, blood or lungs,
such as biliousness, or "liver complaint,"
akin diseases, scrofulous soresoranelltngs,
or from lung scrofula (commonly known as
consumption of the lungs) when Dr. 1'ierce's
Golden Medical Discovery Is guaranteed to
cure all these affections, If taken In time, or
monoy paid for It will bo promptly refunded
1500 offered for an incurable case of Ca
tarrh In the Head, by the proprietors ot Dr.
Tiiocsis-ds ot people place necklaces oi
coral beads around the necks of bablct, with
thaboliet that thy will assist tha children
Five cents savod on soap; flvo dollars lost
on rotted clothes. (hat uonnmyf There
Is not 5 cents difference between the cost of
a bar of tbo poorett soap made and tbs bat,
which is as all know, Dobbins' Electric.
Wnix the policeman says "Move on I" It
Is wise to move. Ha has two advantages;
a club and the semblance of law.
A siuow skin acquires a healthy clear
ness by the uso of nionn'a Hulpbur Konp.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dyo, CO cents.
TnctTS are combinations of man and cor
ruptions that can Lot trust ono another.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
CATTLB Shipping sleert .1
Hatcher steers. ...
Natireeows. . .,
HCXJB Good to choice heavy.
VLOUR-Palentt, per sack. .,
CATTLE Shipping steers . .
WHKAT-No. t red
OATS No. II
CATTLK Shlppinir steers. ..
HOUH-1'Mklng and shipping.
HIIKKI'-Valr to choice
IfLOUH Winter wheat
CATTLE Common to prime..
IIOOB Good to choice
OATS Western mixed
S W S 75
JOT t 3 HO
lui to is)
6 no o
4 oo a i
ili U 4 2)
1170 Q 11 a
8 79 a 4 n
4 OU a 4 61
4 0) O IN
u u ohm
40) a 4 to
4 CO ft A SO
4 40 (
ma m is w
, in tho summor Of 1883. Mr. fJharles drax
natri, of No w York, ono of the finest sqdarol
lists In tho country, produced a wntcr-color
ot Niagara Falls, remarkable In Us accu
racy ol drawing, In Its marvelous coloring.
In Its masterly handling ot tones and ef
fects, all of which have been perfectly
reproduced. As tho point of view of this
picture Is near the Michigan Central's
station nt Falls Vlow, and represents Its
vastlbulod limited train at that point In the
foreground, It obtalnod possession of the
wntcr-color and tho copies made therefrom.
Tho latter aro printed In color, 1S,' by 21
Inches, upon paper 23J by S3 Inches In aire,
and when framed can not be distinguished
from a gcnulno water-color savo by an ex
pert Thoy bear no advertising, savo what Is
Involved In tho title, "MlcitlOAS Cbntiul
Tnm I'assino Nuntnt Fii.iji." A limited
number of them will bo furnished to tbo
publid nt Fifty Conls each, which Is vory
much bolow their commercial or their
arllstlo value. Thoy wilt bd securely sent
by mall upon a paste-board roll, without
extra chargo, but not more than two copios
will bo sent to any ono address.
Address, with postal nolo or postal
money order for tno amount, O. V7. Ili'o
outs, den. Pass, and Ticket Agt, Chicago.
It has cost the city ot Iloston to supply
school-books for tho last flra years nn aver
uro per year ot sixty -three cents foreaeh
scholar. Tha number ot scholars Is t
down at 62.007
KutarprltfX of Grant Pith nnd Moment
ilave, oro now, had their currents "turned
awry," as Hamlet snys, by an nttnrUot dys
pepsia. Napoleon failed to Improve his ad
vantage at Austcrlitx In consriiuonco, It Is
said, of Indlgostlon brought on by somo In
discretion In eating. In order to avoid dys
pepsia, abstain from over indulgence; and
precede tho meal by n wlneKlassful of llos
tetter's Stomach Hitlers, mora effective than
any dietetic In Improving the tone of tho
stomach. Liver complaint, chills and fever
and rheumatism aro annihilated by the
A Hwm chemist has Invented n new ful
minating mixture that can be carried about
with perfect safety, but will explode with
a deafening report It brought In contact
with a drop of ethor or alcohol,
"FnnsevonlongyoarsI struggled llway
farming, running a n.l", c , until I wan
fortunately introduced to I). I . Johnson &
Co., lltchmond, Va , by my brother, and I
went to work at once, and In net rnontfu I
had mode moro clear money than I had made
In the seven years before Thoy took mo
right by tbo hand from tho start unci scorned
to bo very glad of tho chance to Show ms
howtodolL" This Is nbout what a young
man said a year or fco ago ot tho above-mentioned
Arm. Hlnco that tlma ho has been
steadily nt work for them, and Is now ono
ot the happiest men In America. If you need
employment It would bo a good thing foryou
to follow this young man's example.
Tntilomatl church Is said to have S00,0OO
farms In Canada yielding un annual Income
ot more than a million and a half. And this
does not Include what belongs to the eccle
IUiEiair, N. C, Feb. COth, 18S3.
Dn. A. T. Hrni.LBNiir.miEn,
Hoehcster, Pa. Dir Sir: I wish
to say a word lu behalf of your wonderful
Chill and Fovor Pills, Somo months niro a
friend, who knew that my wlfo had been
afflicted for months, sent mo a packago of
your pills. I gave thoni to her and thoy
cured her at onco. A nolghbor, Mr. Porry,
had suffered with chills for moro than a
year, and hod taken (Julnluo until his hear
ing was greatly Injured. Booing the euro
wrought In my wife's case, he procured a
bottle of pills and was speedily restored to
perfect health. I foel that this la duo to
you. Very truly, Hev. J. D. Davis.
Tni New York Legislature, Just before
adjournment, authorized the creation of live
extra normal schools, costing the Ota to this
year about fXO,000.
Oregon, tha l'ltradlsn of Frmrt
Mild, equable climate, certain and abundant
Crops, Ilostfruit, grain, gnwa.stock country
In tho world Fultlnformatlonfreo. Address
Oregon Immigration llonnl.Fortland.Orea'on
Yfnilt the Baion dynasty was overthrown
by tho Normans all pcrtont below a oertalrt
rank wero forbidden to wear necklaces
under heavy penalties,
Ana as small as hommopathlo pellets, and
s easy to take as sugar. Kverybddy HhM
them. Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills. Try them.
It Is estimated that tbo ProtcsUht
churches of tha Untied Statot contribute
annua'ili 111,150,000 for foreign missions.
Vigor and Vitality
Ara quickly aWen to erery part of the body i y
Hood's Ranaparllla. That tired fueling It entirely
Ofercoma, Tha blood It punned, enrieliJ. an$
tllallted, add carries haKU Imtftd of dlae U
ertrr organ. Tlia stomaen It tondam! Uraturia,
antd, lha ai ptlita r.'tortrt, Tlio tldnayt and lifer
are rouned and InTlioraled Tha brain It rtfretlied,
tha nerrat ilrtntlhened The whole tyttem It built
"I wat all run down tni unfit forbuMnen. I
wts Induced to take a bottle ot Ilnod aBtrttpa
rllla, and It built ma rliht up to that I wat tonn able
to mrai work," 1). W. IIiiaic, I Martin 8trt,
Bold br til dmulati. lUtixfortt. Prepartdnnly
by C. 1,11001) A CO. Apolhecsrtti, Lowell. Msts.
100 Doses Ono Dollar
fJOU) MEDAL,nni3, 1878.
W. BAICKK & LW8
Iff I lljffi
J abtQlutettf finra and
it tt $otubie.
rt ti.M In Ut prrptrttton. It ha
mors) (JUti W timt (U rtrmgik ot
uxot mliM wHa BUrth, Arrowroot1
of ffnjrar, and ll therefor far tnort
atonomlct.1, ttig u$ imh smi
a rp II ll dtllctvui, nourlihlnf,
rtrrtfitirB.r.f, KillLT DlOKHTtD,
and dmtrall adiptrd fotrtftlldi
ai U ai forptrMn. la fcrilth.
Bal.1 JiT OnrMeTerYW..rl.
.UAKEE &OO.jDproEeteri Mais
wltl nnvo tho dyspeptic front Itlafir
iscrr, nnu cnnuio in
whatever ho wishes.
I in to cat
cmiKO tho fixxl to AHslinllnto nml nour
ish thd hotly, jjlvn keen nppctllc, nnd
nnd solid muscle. nicRantly sugar
coated. I'rlcc, Uaot. per box.
Wovsn Wire Fencing
kWIro Ropo Solvago
Va OO W HUNTS FOR A $6 BILti.
P, 0 , Vinltn, I. T.
No ono can liunt Uiolr cnlllo ib
cheap nn wo can tlo it for H"5'"
fiend In your brnntl, mark and $5.
roatollloo, Vinlta, Intl. for.
nM nn White OS
tight mllH sonlh-west
J, O. IIOQAN,
Adair, Indian Territory.
, nndtrblt In right ear,
nndtrtinpe in m.
Ittugt on l-Mon
J. T. M'SPADDEN,
IWotlco nt Chelsea, Indian Tor.
- .. ttt la.ft Aft.
oterhlt In right.
nn ali inlltiwett
Of Uitlllt. ,
xr tt MAnprfiit.
Postoilico, Vinitu, I. T.
Crop on of left ear,
under half eropln right
"llangeOn Illaj Csbln
O. W. GREEN,
rost-ollicc. Vinlta, l.T
a a sTaali I
m lmTmtmsGVjixtifzirC&i jX
Au orders caused bv a billons stato ot
the sy can bo cured by uslni Carter's
Llttlo LI r 1'ills. No pain, f-riplnR or dis
comfort attending their use. Try them.
Tng Jamestown (I'a ) Be' col Board has
Issued orders forbidding lady teachers to
ombark either In courting or matrimony.
A pocket mirror frcoto smokors of "Tan
sill's Punch" Sc. Clear.
Tub next thlag to having wisdom our
selves, Is to prottt by that of others.
lr afflicted with Bore Eyes uso Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. IrucirisUtclllt.2uO
Mix would bo less wicked If they would
hunt for fewer opportunities.
NEW EVIDENCE OF CURE.
Several Years. ttlh.rtiTstrtilltrMi.
. . . lortiiMr, I -St. 1111.
gtffrt4 MTtral rtri wltb rka.u,Bi, asttlt
It wtlt, trurrttklBKi wltk It JmoSi OU It 4la
app.u.4. at atl rtt va4 la l.r t.tri
In the finer.. tk,iur It T Jilrllt.
MttrfcHauUMtlaiatM'oir wti. ottbstUt
of tk Ju.bi oil ra4 attlnlr
L K I.AIK. lit tt TtOuMatt,"
In tha Ride. imiui, cl Jta. 14, nil.
Bt4 rtBttllm la 114. far tvar a wiaa, aaad
SU Juobi OU. It cara4 nt tad hat Mwalt.4
Cra4. JPUC1 OtSIU,
At DatcoiiTt ami utxtttn.
THE CHlRtES A. VOGELER CO.. Btltlmort. til
JBaTMai S PssfU S.i.ndrhifMi
R..1 !,. Tla firm. ItV-S e?DIIITC
nan. iiijit nnrii nice rltUI I o.
MISSOURI HURSERr CO., LOUISIANA, MO.
.mat valid - - - -- - .!.-a.
HlgaraSU. lllf ir.mlomi. lllg ttl.a SOadar Writ.
Ut l.rni.or ! 2.1 ,.U I, r Ol TUT 4 SAVtt
TIME. .NATIONAL riUUSlUNU CO., Br. UjClt.
- -a-' - arirsirsji)t'TaU,IWBirfa
A, W HHOMI.Ia h HOIS CUfltl,0. k (f MUaU.ll.U
VarSAMI I1U1 tAril. ! tM f M iris.
800 TO 2 PER ROD
I1H.O1 Urn tnnitttrii Bold hj ntnr ni
Ja. rmieilTr.in InformUlnn
nin i.i.r.i nni 1 1 1111 t riiti 1
rth Market aad VmttitiO M-h CUac-HlU.
rVUt3 JWM M t trtQ M m
Ml afciv' 'fP
PAYS THE FREIGHT.
1 T u WiiBon rcnlr
ittini miii ihMtnticrsL. i rsu
lanj lttwn mo1 lm iUit tor
inafitiui this) fjlnrT and aiililrvaM
'JONES OF BINGIIAHTONJ
IIINUIIAMTO.V. N. Y.
ai-Xiart Tun r.rtat,.? imim
rtiDiQ wuidc 111 iivt 11 q
DUtt'OtuhHTTjn. Tuti good. Ol 1
lotlm. (MlirdruiTsTliU. 1
list. 11LELUCK Mr O L
rraaat tuit tuu n7 -. t" --
For all Bowing l tthlnet
Th Trnile Nna,llvL
PI AIUC T rrMi?ir Anktt4fciirj
UsamJIITld i 4MC11tlMltUUa)VYiatsjl,
Ujrir4 ClfJait ft aptcUlir U ?" prlttt,
a a i-u. tak ...- ff B all St .. V fl I I f
tAHMIuroX,D,C. LATS Ctlltr.! Uaoa'culBtDliUkia!
CCr AMIIVTHAM) lt(Kl) PA I II,
9rjr) ..rhmljftc .nniiMlon ami no 11 A IN
"" lir.KI I'lo rrnt.nnnur.rtrlluik.
r.lV ZIKUL1 It A. I . ttl .rt. au, lu U.I. la.
Uaa-atMt tMUrariaT .,. mm
r ivriTroas. tn-np
at-i ami Tola n ria wj u. t .
W, T rim.f.H. AUocwr
at Law, Waatlattoa, b. G.
PrtpAntorr and rnllrtflalt conraa, lltrrmturt.languara
Biuio,art, K.V IHLLami,rrlJiclral,JackaoafUle,lU.
YniJNflMCN,.'"r1.Tl,"n",hi; ,'", nroat
UUnU rnLrlAirnl'tllua nhrp, andrur
tooit tltuttlona WrtltJ.I) IIIIUW.N, 8e,ttllt,Mo.
UNION COI UflF.of I.ur.fhlrtgn. rallTtrmbt
gint tpult, orclrcuitraild It. llovth, Chicago.
A. N. K. D
wile ivniTro to Aiivrirriar.it ri.r.AaK
lal Ikal J.a Mar Ik. A4i.rtla.aual la Ikla
ILLUSTRATIONS OF ALL KINDS.
IF YOU REQUIRE
For idnttlilag, far rotters,
rarat, Illll-IltaJt, Uooli,
or aa KalxllULneat
For Any Purpose!
Order of nt.orwrlla forl'rle.a
ant fclpaclrotn lloott IVa lq
net I til on auy otdar.ntnng an
IneihansUbla Yarlely ol
Live Stock and Miscellaneous Guts of Every Kind !
Vrf CAN ALSO rURNISH YOU WITH OOOHfOT UKf NISKg OF
rtrsoru Prominent in Politics, Literature, Art and Sport, Either At Home or Abroad.
CUTS F1PBESEXTU0 ILL CUSSES OF BUSIICSS MO THOSE EHBLUUTICil OF SECRET IHD SOCIAL ORDERS.
vnc ALSO 1IAVS
Miar ttl thra it CotmtAmtm Satriata.
Ih iflt.cn llluitrtlt ot any tttlnff
of himorua ntur. io whUta w
Ctvll tcil aUUntlo.
ortitr ef or nt for Bpclmn
IK. Kellogg Keispapcr Co.,
368-70 Dumou Sr, Ciuis.
tiiUjr, Mo, CLliitatp. o, M.a
rait.Tttaaod tr. I'avl, miii.
WB ABB WBPAJUCD TO 1E0MPTI.T JtXJtOUT. AX SHORT JCOTIcn.
All Kinds of M EltctrctyniMjc Sf inoiypin
split in right.
Itaiiiso On Jonof
nortlii'Hst of VI
Postofilco, Sao&FoxAKencv, I. T.
irojioB rig". ti .u'i
cro and umlar hall
Bao and Kox reierta
tlon t'tttlt of Hill
brand ara told only lot
J. O. HALIt.
ttSiLx iiSllai jtSSSuSntBBi
llorte brand tama on lfl Mp Uodtrbll lr
rarh tar llanna Ilvlwtan Cabin and i'rjol
errtk -'.-J )
-W. H. NODLEO,
PoBtoltlco at Kingston, Knit'n
llorsa brand ttme.
lllgcirtk, ly. Ji. fr-M
jsCiJJ ! '" i-STSeii
B. B. FKAYBER.
Postoflico, Vinittt, lnd. Ter.
salt tad itBitanf eretkt i-tl
rrp off Itri
holt and bran
Cattls t tali
ly for thlp.
Srnlltt t a VI
Chouteau, lnd. Tor
Clrclton nt(a tlth
nr h I n
and l'ror eraaat
llorta brand t II lift
QEOnQQ W. OLAUK.
Postollico,Vinitn, Indian Territory
flmoolh crop la
Itltrar. tpllt la
ort crtek, l-M
J. D. EDWARDS,
P. 0. Vinlta, Indian Territory.
Ilanga on I.jn
i, i ii-
Crnuand atillt SkJJefiO
right, otar b It
I nit Home
branded J II on
Alto mme J on
left Jaw, II on
lit, K nn bin
I, P. BLBDSOH,
Ohoutonu. Jtul Tor.
and raltla ttma
rattla and liogt
mtrtfil crop and
A raw cattla
nava tha clrola
It. O. EDGrEIVrON,
Poatoillco, Coffey vlllo, Knnnas.
tit running In
both brand t
torr.e litra A on
both bli tldat
clota crop off left
ear, under bit In
onlr for tlilpm't
Will par S'lo'fur Information leading- loconrle
lion of anjono ttetllng '"
Postoilico Vinita, lnd, Tcr.
Itrand nn bit, nr.M.
liar mark, crop off left
and crop and under
nitrtt 4 brtndi
O. M. MoOLDLLAN.
Postoflico, Ootvala, I. T.
A A few eowt are'
Trfci tlda thnt.
nC53alaS,M . A ftw rattl
mzwtizzm KnMmBw ma
aSSFS&waT9JssTl I '"tWMuou
W 111 """I'r doabl
llanch on Cane
W. B. IIAT.HBIT.T.
Postoilico, Vinlta, lnd'. Tor.
Itange on Ttlrd
rra.b in .)-.
N K ofTnlta
tattle of th.i
brand ara mid
only for ship,
nitnt and no on
It authorised tc
, Will i.s'r U
v-1 u-!-. riw'.t . "-.-. a
dtrtndneck gome ht'ej-on thigh j.
Ciiulsea, Indian Territory.
, C'l and tfllt la
r'ght"" ,k u
,r5.r - ''"
SUSIE T. PRAt3EE,
Vinltn Tnil. 'I'nr.
,.....,-, -;- ---".
iirami mi on tuner
alilei crop and nndtr
blt In each car of cat
tla or hogs i sheep anil
a-oats, crop off tha
MISS BAIiMB ALBERTY.
Clioutcau, lnd. Ter.
In one ear and
one underblt In
from Chotean in
Mat Ilnrk crooks
J II tlillXIMM.
Nona sold ex
repr for thlp-ineul
J. B. MAItKHAM.
Clioutcau, lnd. Ter.
and underblt In
left can tinder-
tlope In right.
Itange from Ia-
tint Urore to
'itt Hock, both
lit of tharlrti
Id only (oi
ff , WTHj"?"
GEORGE B. PERRYMAN,
Tulsa, lnd. Tcr.
Ilanga In tlcln.
U hip, 1 on jaw
liiaimind on the
7. marki twal-
aSeaattSJLAj "WExJy runrrtiuai
Hoiihlpan.fW nn aldei Cl "hfKgo-7l,0,
nil In vnrtmia tnarka Hgnre 5 cattle marked
crop len. aallowrork right 3t
Vinita, lnd. Ter.
itancn itora crraa.
foinr cattle bare SIM
on tide and 8 1 on hip.
in Creek nation . LB,
alto half circle 1) on
o'1" . . ..
aHpn9vVi MV ')H
Tulsa, lnd. Ter.
imp aim nmirrnit
In lelti irop right.
Ilortet branded S on
lelt thigh and thool-
der llangron Homi
ny creek, Uiage na
tla So cattle aold
rtcrpt for thlpinent.
artT-fii:'f " -
I'oit-olllce, Vlulta, I. T.
dlxra'slS m. west
Pont-Offico Clsrcmore, lnd. Tor.
II. light tldt
G. W. FRANKLIN",
Vinita, Indian Territory
rarinariitunilrrh'tt In left one In right.
ictr ii Jaw llotn time brand, taint on
right thouliter Kangt bttwtau Utile Ctblat
ml II rfc, erek 7-a
R. R. TAYLOR,
Postoflico Vinita, I. T.
left ear and crop
and tplit In lha
fM . .
borne cattla la
Itange on Ix
cntt creek, fonl
inllie ta efVl.
.-aaaagaagtWl p .'glTj"
JOHN P. DRAfCB.
Pot,tofllco at Clielsea, lnd. Tcr,'
Ida and hip
In Verdlf rlt nr-
i i I
A. W. HOOTS,
Tulsa, ?nd, Tcr.
Ilortet have 3t
Han (a oa
. U. MAYES,
Pootofike Salina, ludian Territory.
ex tltfa la
cawt' tail aa
Alio 1 liaailonltiTTrXeaiid O on left jaw I t
(iff brandtd J TV IS on tUa.
Uli oro k eo Hord Poland Chinas,
3. H. ALLEY, Proprietor.
r tun, inu
I bare far atleannmaer of u Sat
wire aierittn In the wttt, and from
ad titration Thty ara all la gaeat
COBUItloa and tba lutlaaata t.ailtAnri
Varrtttxodiart and Inantttlaa itlitllt
U. ALllir, Aftaa, IM.
. i jam
t- 1 .
Jft aJ 3
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