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At Flagstaff the county scat of Coco
A iskcknt writer asserts that there
aro about 00,000 tramps in tho United
London Truth announces that a
project to build a railway to tho sum
mit of Mont lllanc is under considera
tion. Tun llaltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.
Is erecting a marble shaft nt Harper's
Ferry, Va., on iho site of John llrown's
Tun recent gold discovery in tho
Chickasaw nation is attracting wide
spread attention and parties aro fittinjr
out to go there. Tho assay shows 10
jjcr cent, gold. It percent, silver. Tho
Indian authorities aro warning pcoplo
to keep away.
This congress just missed being tho
third billion-dollar one, tho amount
Appropriated aggregating about S'J'JO,
(100,000. Tho ono known as tho Reed
congress appropriated 81,035,000,000 and
the one beforo that which has just ex
I. Europo at this time eight great
fdiip canals aro under consideration.
If decided on, their cost will be over
400,000,000. Tho S10J shares of the
Kuez canal aro now worth S."38..r0.
Three thousand vessels passed through
the Manchester (Eng.) canal last year.
A statkmi:xt prepared at the immi
gration bureau shows that tho total
number of immigrants nrriving at ports
of tho United States during the seven
months euded February 1, 1S01, was
113,373, as against 1M),.".S:J for the seen
months ended February 1, ls'JI, a de
crease of 70,20,7, or -10 per cent.
Tin: railways of the United States,
in earnings, passed the billion mark
in each of the four years ended with
1S93. but last year a decline of 812.!,
000,000 in receipts sent them below
the line. Expenses were reduced Sa2,
000,000, but nevertheless the net earn
ings fell off to tho extentof 510,000,000.
' Davis Roiii.nso.v, tho largest man on
Long Island, and who weighed about
S00 pounds, is dead. Ho was C5 years
old. Ho grew to a mammoth size before
lie was 21 years of age. Ho had a
chair built a few years ago, tho scat of
which was over thrco feet wide. He
was buried in a coulu large enough to
liold five men.
James FiTzrATiticK, the Dsrby,
Conn., hermit, was found dead in his
house recently. Ho was disappointed
in love and for forty years he had not
spoken a word to anyone. During this
time he lived as a recluse in an old hut
in the suburbs. If a woman approached
Ids hut he would run away and hide,
lie was wealthy.
The issuance of a bi-monthly bulle
tin of the department of labor will be
begun at tho beginning of the next fis
cal year, as authorized by an act of
congress passed last month. Each issue
will embrace about one hundred octavo
pages. The bulletins will bo restricted
to current facts as to the conditions of
labor in this and other countries, con
densations of stato and foreign labor
reports, tho condition of employment
and other matters of importance.
Tjie authorities of Oklahoma havo
decided to tax the property of Indians
and the Iowas were reported in a state
of great excitement. The authorities
hay the Indians enjoy all tho privileges
of citizens and should bo taxed and the
Indians reply that they aro nothing
more than slaves of Uncle feain and
that an Indian cannot visit a member
of nnother tribe without a permit from
the Indian agent. The Iowas have
asked the advice of the United States
attorney and he has told them to get
out injunctions against being taxed.
The sundry civil bill authorizes the
president to appoint a commission con
sisting of one army ollicer, one naval
otliccr and one civilian to make a sur
vey of tho proposed Nicaragua canal
route. Twenty thousand dollars is ap
propriated to defray the expenses of
the commission, and it will fully earn
its pay if it shall succeed in settling
the question as to tho feasibility of the
enterprise. Public opinion is much di
vided concerning tho practicability of
tho proposed canal, and it is desirable
to get at the truth of the matter, if
that can bo done, before congress meets
The Ilritish navy estimates for the
coming year amount to $91,SO.',000.
Karl Spencer, first lord of the ndinl
ralty, explained that five second-class
cruisers and four torpedo gunboats
were being completed. It was also
proposcu to construct lour nrsi-ciass,
four second-class and two third-class
cruisers and twenty torpedo boat de
stroyers. Tho Daily News said that
the figures were somewhat startling,
Lut that they gave unbounded satis
faction to the country. Tho secretary
of stato for war has issued the army
estimates for 180a They were placed
The first colony of southern .negroci
to migrate to Liberia under tho colos
sal scheme of the International Migra
tion society is ready to start from Mem
phis, Tenn., and will go from there by
ji steamer to Monrovia, Africa. Tho
colony will contain about .W0 negroes
from Arkansas, Illinois, Tennessee,
Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.
'Tho advance guard of preachers and
their families, consisting of eighteen
persons, who went over three niontlu
ago, havo written back such glow
ing accounts of the country that ne
groes all over the south are wild ovc
tin-sc he mc.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gloanod By Tolograph and Mail
rtnSONAL AND rOHTICAt.
A late dispatch from "Panama,
Colombia, said that advices from
Cucuata confirmed tho reports of a
government defeat and tho recapture
of the city by the rebel forcos. More
than 800 were killed on both sides.
Tho btrects of tho city were strown
with the bodies of the killed. Tho
powder raagazino was blown up and
many houses in tho city were shat
tered. The government forces lied in
disorder toward Gralalaoti.
The American llimotallic league at
Washington issued a statement of the
issues involved for tho formation of a
silver party and nlso published a long
address to tho American pcoplo enlarg
ing upon tho statemont.
The names of tho house democrats
who signed tho address recently giveu
to tho public, urging democrats to
make tho money question the para
mount issue and to place that party on
record for the frco coinago of silver at
a ratio of 10 to 1, have been published.
They represent sixteen states and two
territories. Tho canvass of tho bonate
was not made.
A dkciiee of absolute divorce was
granted Mrs. Vanderbilt from her hus
band, William K. Justice liarrott, of
New York, awarded the custody of the
children to the mother.
l'ltnsini'.NT Cleveland, accompanied
by his physician and ono or two other
friends, left Washington on the 5th on
board tho Violet for ten days' shooting
on the Inland waters of North Carolina.
W. C. Cour, the circus manager, died
at Jacksonville, Via., of pneumonia,
aged CO years.
Chaiiles A. Dana, editor of the New
York Sun, and William Lailln, tho pub
lisher, havo been indicted by the Dis
trict of Columbia grand jury for crim
inally libeling frank II. Noyes, pro
prietor of the 'Washington Evening
O.v the 110th ballot Licut.-Gov. Miles
was nominated for congress by the
Michigan republicans to succeed Mr.
IJurrows, elected senator.
Orrici.vi. dispatches state that the
Cuban province of San Kriel has been
declared in a state of soige. Tho captain-general
has asked the Spanish
government that reinforcements for
the island bo sent direct to Santiago
do Cuba, equipped and ready to take
tho field. The cruiser Mercedes will
take 2,000,000 cartridges to Cuba from
Spain. The government troops came
upon a large party of Cuban linsur
gents near Ullao and succeeded in
A DisrATCH from Kingston, Jamaica,
stated that there was a full-llcdgcd
active revolt in the northern province
of the republic of Hayti and that Presi
dent Hippolyte, having failed to raise
funds by means of a loan, finds it diill
cult to carry on effective military oper
ations against the insurgents.
tiKOKOE L. Suoui' has been re-elected
United States senator for Idaho, after
a long struggle, the vote being: Shoup,
27; Sweet, 12; Crook, U; absent, 1;
necessary to a choice, 27.
Tom Watkins, the negro who mur
dered T. W. O'llannon in Little Rock,
Ark., August 11 last, for the purpose
of robbing his store, was hanged on
the 8th. He tried to fasten tho crime
on O'Hannon's partner and his last
words were: "Hcfore God, I am inno
cent." A TLRniric explosion of the tank of
the steamer liawnmore, lying at the
Arctic oil works' dock at tho Potrero,
San Francisco, caused great excite
ment in that section of the city on tho
Stli. Two men were terribly bruised
unci burned, receiving what are
thought to be mortal injuries, and the
vessel was badlv strained.
Failuiiks for the week ended the 8th
were 231 in the United States against
248 last year.
Cviius Cowen killed tho brother
of Curtis Coleman by shooting him
through the lungs, near Newkirk, Ok.
Cyrus Cowen was arrested. Tho trou
ble was over a claim of thirty acres
lying in tho Arkansas river bottoms.
Mayes and son were also arrested for
being implicated In the affair.
The steamer Rosedalo sunk in tho
Wabash near New Haven, 111., on the
Cth. Ono man was drowned. She was
loaded witli corn. The boat was val
ued at S5.000.
The suit for divorce brought by
Charles Glasscock against Carrie W.
Glasscock, his wife, in which Senator
Stewart, of Nevada, was named as co
respondent, wasdismlssed in the equity
court at Washington. Glasscock had
charged Senator Stewart with improper
relations with Mrs. Glasscock nnd the
senator had denied tho charge and
claimed collusion between husband and
wife for tho purpose of blackmailing
Aiiout 100 printers havo been dis
charged from the government print
ing ollice since congress adjourned.
An epidemic something liko small
pox was raging in Mud Creek, in Floyd
county, Ky. Two hundred cases were
reported and tho epidemic was very
severe on middle-aged people. Ten
deaths were reported on tho 7th in less
than three hours. Many families havo
at least ono member ill.
The tunnel on College hill, Provi
dence, R. I., was blown up by a gas
explosion which shook tho city. One
man was killed. Tho explosion seri
ously crippled the counter weight sys
tem used in connection with tho
Ci.EAiti.vo house returns for tho prin
cipal cities of the United States for
tho week ended March 8 showed an
average increase as compared with the
corresponding week last year of 0."8;
in New York tho increase was 10.2; ex
clusive of New York tho increase was
PoitTO SrAi.v, Trinidad, was almost
wiped out by fire, tho business center
being tho scone of the conflagration.
The sailors of the three American war
ships in port there went on snore with
buckots and helped light tho flames.
Nearly 51,000,000 damage was done.
Dun's review of trade for the week
ended the 8th said that prices had not
risen nnd that thero was no gain, on
the whole, but some loss in wages; but
thero was an anticipation of an im
proved demand for goods in general.
Wheat had risen cent because of ru
mored injury to tho grain in somo
states. Corn had declined M cent, but
pork, lard, hogs and beef were higher.
A dispatch from Cincinnati said that
tho steamer Longfellow was to havo
loft for New Orleans, but when within
a short distance of tho piers of tho
Chesapeake & Ohio bridge, the cur
rents began to interfere. As tho bow
pointed to tho Kentucky shore, the
wind blow tho smoke in such a way as
to entirely blind the pilot. Tho next
moment the vessel crashed against tho
pier, striking near the boilers. Soon
after tho current broke tho Longfellow
in two. Five lives wcro lost.
A LETTEit received in Philadelphia
from tho steward of the missing Amer
ican bark, Portland Lloyd, which left
Junin for New York, stated that while
tho ship was going out of Junin sev
eral Peruvians appeared on deck and
tho captain and most of the crew wcro
killed by them and the men nt the
wheel, seoing they were nt the mercy
of desperate men, purposely steered
tho vessel on a rock and wrecked it
Nearly all on board wcro drowned.
The Peruvians wcro revolutionists who
wanted to sei.e tho vessel for use
against the government.
Hahhv Haywaiid wns convicted nt
Minneapolis, Minn., on tho 8th of tho
murder of Catherine Glng, the dress
maker. The trial had been on for
about seven weeks and was sensational
At a meeting of tho Southern Memo
rial nnd Literary society at Richmond,
Va., it was decided to put the Jefferson
mansion in thorough repairat a cost of
313,000 preparatory to converting it in
to a museum for confederate relics.
Chaiiles Twos, a well-known house
mover at Chicago, poisoned himself be
cause a 3,000 judgment in a breach of
promise suit against him had been
awarded to Mrs. Matilda Stewart, who
had answered an advertisement nnd to
whom he was engaged for some time.
Two men demanded of tho cashier of
the bank at Adcl, la., that he turn
over the funds and on his refusing to
do so they shot him. A merchant of
tho town was in the bank at tho time
and he was also shot. The robbers
then lied witli all the funds they could
lay their hands on. A posse afterwards
went in pursuit of the robbers and one
was shot dead and the other captured
Special Aoent Newton, of the na
tional department of justice, who wa
sent to Oklahoma to investigate
charges against Judge Scott, has made
a report unfavorable to tho judge and
recommends his removal from office.
The conference committee of the
miners and operators of western Penn
sylvania, failing to agree on tho CD-cent
rate for mining demanded by tho for
mer, the operators proposed a joint
convention of miners and operators to
be held in Pittsburgh. The proposi
tion was reported to tho miners con
vention and was rejected. A vote was
then taken nnd n strike of the 17,000
miners of the region declared to tako
Tin: League of American Wheelmen,
in session at New York on tho Cth,
awarded the contrnct for publishing
the L. A. W. liulletin to Sterling El
liott, editor of Good Roads, Iloston.
The yearly dues will be 75 cents per
capita and the voluntary subscription
to the liulletin 7." cents. The national
treasury will refund ISA cents of the an
nual dues to the state divisions and re
tain 40 cents. This arrangement was
laadc to renovate tho treasury
Quaiiantim: rules are being enforced
at Hoxic, Ark., and tho traveling pub
lic was requested to procure genuine
health certificates. Tramps and bums
wero prohibited from entering the
town under any circumstances.
Samuel Smith, aged 18 years, and
George Leake, aged 21, both of South
Lawrence, Mass., were drowned by the
upsettingof a boat while gunning near
one of the many islands off Newbury
port. Roth bodies wcro iccovercd.
A special from Enterprise, I. T.,
stated that a posse had pursued two
men who had stolen horses in tho
Choctaw nation for three days nnd sur
rounded them in a cabin nnd demand
ed that they surrender, which they re
fused to do. Tho posso then set the
cabin on fire and the pair were burned
A disastiious firo was raging on the
10th in the Hazlcton slope of the
Lehigh Valley Coal Co It stnrted six
weeks ago and thousands of dollars
have been spent trying to put it out.
It threatens tho destruction of other
great collieries by means of subter
The Japanese captured the coast
forts near lin how, tho port for New
Chwang. The lirst division of the
Japanese army attacked a force of 10,-
0U0 Chinese, under Gen. Sung, nt Thien
Chwang Tai. For four hours n fierce bat
tle raged, but the Chiucso were defeated
after losing 2,000 killed or wounded.
Tho Japanese loss was only ninety
Killed or wounded.
Ge.v. Lewis M. Aveis, a lending figuro
in the Kansas war and a member of
the South Carolina secession conven
tion, member of the confederate con
gress and a personal friend of Jefferson
Davis, died at Anderson, S. C, aijcd 74.
Mils. MoLi.ir. CAituuriiEKs, the wife
of a well to do farmer at Roxton. Tex.,
gave her three children doses of mor
phine. Her husband detected tho
heavy breathing of the children and
physicians were summoned, but could
do nothing for tiie two youngest and
both died. Tho oldest, a girl of 14,
was recovered. Mrs. Carruthers ad
mitted after her arrest that sho had
given tho children the morphine for
the purpose of getting them out of
trouble nnd that she intended to follow
them. It developed that she and her
husband were on bad terms and that
sho had been carrying ou a secret cor
respondence with another man and
tho woinnn nnd her lover had planned
to dcstioy the children and leave tho
Bight Minora Probably Suffocated
in a Now Mexico Mino.
THRILLING ESCAPE 0? ONE MAN.
lie I"alU 00 feet In tho Iluckct nnd I
tituimecl, but AftorwariU Itecovcr
und Kacnpcs by an Air
shaft. Denveii, Col., March 11. A special
to tho Rocky Mountain News from
White 0.ik, N. M., says: At :J o'clock
yesterday morning lire broke out in
tho change room at tho hoist house of
tho Old Abe mino and iu a few minutes
tho structure, a largo and well built
one, was a mass of llamcs. It was com
pletely destroyed, together with the
wood and smith shops. The
mill, CO feet away, escaped with dam
age. Tho woodwork of the shaft
was burned out and the hoisting ma
chinery destroyed. The damage runs
high up into tho thousands, but
the most distressing feature is
that somo men are imprisoned in
tho dark depths whoso fato is
unknown. There is little ground
for hope that they have escaped suffoca
tion. It will not bo possible to enter
the mine to search for them until some
time to-day. Rescuing parties havo
been unable as yet to get down further
than the third level of the
nirshaft. Tho smoke and gases
from the charred wood of the
hoist shaft havo penetrated tho
upper levels and it is impossible to pass
them. The entombed men-are: Charles
Sherrick, E. J. Williams, Frank Wil
son, John Davis, G. Raxter, White,
Jerry Conover and W. II. Mitchell
Wilson, Davis nnd Raxter are married.
White is a new man nnd was on his
first shift. Williams and Sherrick aro
old in milling experiences and have
faced liko dangors before. They nre
cool headed and if any place of
safety was to be found they
found it. The fire came up from
the hoist while (J. E. Wilkinson was
going down on the bucket to work.
He had reached the ninth level
when the hoist was abandoned,
and he was shot down 200 feet to
the thirteenth level, where tho bucket
struck, tipped and threw him into
the drift, lie was stunned, but re
covered and climbed back to the second
level nnd escaped by the airshaft.
Coke Keith, Mike Gallaher and Anton
Howgate escaped through the airshaft.
This is the only serious mining acci
dent since tho burning of the South
Ilomestako shaft, several years ago.
when two men were smothered.
A CUBAN PATRIOT.
A Kbrtrh of Jme Mnrtl, Who Hits lleen
.Iilintltleil with Cutmn Insurrections fur
New Yoiik, March 11. In the pres
ent effort of Cuba to free itself from
Spanish dominion the lender of the
revolutionary party is Joso Marti, who
has been identified witli all the numer
ous insurrections of that country in
the past twcntv-flve years. Ho is a
Cuban by birth, having been born in
Havana in January, 1853. When but
10 years of age he was exiled to Spain
by the captain-general of Cuba for
having incited the Cubans to revolu
tion by his writings. He remained in
Spain to finish his education nnd then
escaped the police nnd went to Mexico.
From thero he went to Guatemala, and
after tho peace of Zanjon returned to
his home in Havana, but his writings
and speeches soon displeased the gov
ernment and ho was again exiled to
Spain. In lb80 ho ugain escaped and
came to New York, where he has since
been a leading spirit in tho councils of
patriots. He has thoroughly organized
the Cuban exiles. Ho left New York
in Jnnuary and has just landed at San
Domingo with a band of leaders.
Cnnl hent to Wostorn Kanstia.
Topeka, Kan., March 11. Secretary
FIcnniken reports that tho railroad
commissioners forwarded 210 cars of
coal to the western sufferers by the or
der of the legislature. Of these sixty
cars wcro shipped from tho peniten
tiary nnd 150 wero bought at a cost of
Guilty nf a Ilolldny Murder.
Mound Cit y, Kan., March ll.--Cal
Conley was convicted in tho district
court of Linn county Saturday of mur
der in the first degree. Ho killed
James Mapcs, a companion, at Good
rich at a Fourth of July celebration in
1894. Ho is a well known Linn county
Women l'rny In .Joints.
Wellington, Kan., March 11. A
delegation of members of tho W. C T.
U., accompanied by a number of
young men visited all tho joints in tho
city Saturday night and held religious
services in each. They wero treated
politely and no unusual disturbance
Attempted bulrldo In Jnll.
GirniME, Ok.. March 11. Mrs.
Minerva C. Taylor, who shot and
killed William II. Harrison in this city
on February 22, attempted suicide in
the county jail by taking poison last
night, but prompt action saved her
Pure Rich Blood
Is essential to good hoalth, becauso the
blood U tho vital fluid which supplies all the
organs with lifo and tho power to perform
acts directly upon tho blood, making it rich
and puro and giving it vitality and life
giving qualities. This Is why Hood's Sarsa
parilla Cures when all other preparations
and prescriptions fall.
"I havo tried Hood's Barsaparllla and
found It to bo an excellent medicino for
impuro blood. I highly recommend It"
Fannie E. Pwchakd, Utica, N. Y.
Is the Great Blood Purifier.
Hood's Pills fenecr
bnakes as Vet.
As a pet, the snake becomes very
tame, readily distinguishing its fripnds
from strangers. It will go to the
former, and coil itself up in their
hands to enjoy tho warmth, or will
srawl up their coat sleeves and lie
there until disturbed. It is fond, too.
ol being rubbed gently under its chin.
It has no means of offense, nnd only
two ways of defending itself. The
most singular of these is the power it
has of discharging from a pair of small
jlands in the lower part of the body an
lborainable, penetrating, clinging
sdor. When irritated or alarmed, it
generally resorts to this means of de-
fense, nnd no one who has experienced
it is likely to forget it. We used to i
& cep several snakes in a case In our
bedroom, and on one occasion, when
howing them to a friend, threw ono
jf them on the bed. llccoming alarmed, j
it hurried away under the blankets,
jiving vout to its feelings meanwhile
n such a way that it was almost im
possible to stay in the room all night,
sven with door and windows wide
jpen. Then, too, the snake is able to
rect its scales, pressing them so
.iglitly against the sides of any hole
nto which it may havo crept that it is
3ext to impossible to pull it out tall
3rst without injuring it. Chambers'
The word chivalry is from the
French chevalrie, riders on horses.
Chivalry as an institution was in its
Drimc from about the beginning of the
.entli century to about the close of tho
3ftcenth. A century added for its
jrow th and another for it decline will
:over its total history.
Best of All
To clcanso tho system in a gentle and truly
xmclicial manner, when tho springtime
nines, use tho true and perfect remedy,
Jvrup of I'ips. Ono bottle will answer for
ill tho family and costs only SO cents; tho
nrgo she 51. Try it and be pleased. Manu
actured by tho California Fig Syrup Co.
Fiiist Peasant Woman "I am so sorry
four husband died. And then tho funeral
ixiciiscs!" Second Ditto "Oh, I wouldn't
lavo minded the funeral expenses if he had
inly remained alive." Fliegcnde Blacttcr.
Tnn Hamilton, Brown Shoo Co., St.
Louis, need not complain of hard times, as
'olio wing comparative figures will show:
Sales for IS95 uptoMbrchlH tl. OK 831 41
sales for same period l&H WW95a2I
Gain 18 to March 1st...
Shtet "What In tho world did you buy
hat Kodak for!"' Sours "I wanted to sec
f I i-ouldn't get my wifo to 'look plcas
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
Babies and Children
thrive on Scott'a Emulsion -when all tho rest of their food
seems to go to waste. Thin Babies and Weak Children grow
strong, flump and healthy by taking it.
overcomes inherited weakness and all tho tendencies toward
Emaciation or Consumption. Thin, weak babies and growing
childron and all persons suffering from Loss of Flesh, "Weak
Luncs. Chronio Coushs, and Wasting Diseases will receivo
untold benefits from this great nourishment. Tho formula 0
for making Scott's Emulsion has been endorsed by tho med
ical world for twenty years. No secret about it.
Stnd 'for pamphlet on Scott's Emulsion, FREE.
Scott & Bowno, N. Y. All
Blood is lifo and upon tho purity and vl
tality of tho blood depends tho health of the
wholo system. Tho best blood purifier is
This is proved beyond any doubt by tha
wonderful cures which, havo been accom
plished by this medicine. Weak, tired
nervous men and women tell of new
strength and vigor and steady nerves given,
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sufferers from
sleeplessness, scrofula, salt rhcura and th&
severest forms ot blood diseases have,
found relief in Hood's. Tills is because
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies tho blood.
I Hood's Pills S&crc.p1
It was asked about an indifferent footbalt
player what place ho occupied in tho field
was ho a full-back or a half-back! "No,"
was tho reply, "ho was a drawback." Tit
Bits. A man may run into debt, but ho seldom,
comes out at anything faster than a walk.
A friend advhed me to
try Ely' ' Cream Balm and
after utlng tt ttx wetkt J
hellcre myself cured of ca
tarrh. It Is a most valuable
remedy. Joeeph Stetcart,
G24 Grand Ave., BrooUyn,
ELY'S CREAM BALM
OpenRtndc.eanses the Nana. Pat-patreB. Allays Pain
nnd Inflammation. Heals tbe Sore. Protect the
Membrane from cold p. lie store 8 the Senresot Taste
and Smell. TheUaimliqulcklrabsorbedandclTe.
relief at once,
A particle It applied Into each noHrUfindlaaffree
blc. )rtreOcentat DrugirUUor br mall.
KLV IJUOTHEUb. W Warren Street, ew Tork.
Lft yf w fomn)ncd tn tHbort pltn ef i4v?rtiinf,
tot Ufor w. cr hklf thronih. Ollt AUrrKTIEIESTt
DlBitTKlREtl. WhT? !e.niCTTlfcE01El'rHEl.Ilt
1TITH Bl 613 ESS. Iifr wu hut on tbuif todo withdwr
tb tdvrrtitifig tn4 devote tcry ocrnr to fitlibf tdt crien
wtth which w were flooded. TM oid, and handled witb
rtuontble pronptnfM ncrt nnpreted ntd yr a fcniinm
WITH ESUIMIEU fiLTOKUS, 1KCKE46KU rulMTIEt.
AHD TWEKTT BRiKII H0L5ES fROI VTHIflt TO HIS
TK1BCTE OIB GOODS, VTE CAS ROW CARE FOE ALL "HO
I'UIE. Lut year t coold net reduce price hecuiM t rt.
wiplled in ton wy to limit the dinu4 for Aemotor foods.
We would hire been ttmfied; wiln lower rrim, but far crtat
dtniaud which wo eoild not supply f W hse de the
keamit porch of tUl and Biaunai bomht ID Ameriu Ut
J tar, and ot npreeedcnUd prices, sod hate made Irrni 10
aJers which enable them to make on precede nUd pntn
In quality, character, variety, Seith, and orceuiblty ten
fall stock of foods and repairs, we are without eowfetiUm
la our plan of adTertfaicg last year, we proposed to farnita a
feed cutter under certain conditions for IIS For reasons stated
aiov wt did not compete tt adfertnior. and tbe fredtot
tt-r waa not put out. We ne propone to make amend id.
trefoHowinr manner We will amount in thi paper our
VEtf ALL-STEEL VERT BC1XKI0R FEED CCTTEK, nrjKTtC
cash with order, f I. Ihieifo Only one to one penon, he tb
ftrnuh addresses of ten neighbors ho out lit to have something-
tn our line Cut, description sal foil iLforniauon re
straint ii win appear noon.
ire ttptfutliw dtir So
th Mtrt tif
WttU 0(nu rmjw
Uonon (Aesiorf ofAe
fStaur to orrrvaa? v
ffreau fiu aaata to
prni U $19 cUftr,
dtaler. To ht w
proper prism and arti
profit to lar
that yffu fft (
tit. Mill M Of
Mmr meeds and m
arOT U vroteefi e
are. and alnars have li
believers Id low prices
outDnt ef our factories
Because of tho rrodicioi
are enabled to have special
thes rodoco tha hand lalior
oola far each niece and
on it to merely ptckirc up
the ncatenal and laying ft
become the cost of tabor put
a 1 that it is not worth
down again So small fcii
on the material htch
nentioninc We bate U
some the itrim dealers In
the material, ot course, be
Ue1 galvanized after-corn
(U ting and fixed), tanks,
extent has this become true,
the price of oar goods snd
tmi of our butinen rcn ,
toatcnal la tho country
fng wade op In the form of
pletion windmills, towers
pumps, etc , 10 sucn n
and to such an extent I u
on that account the vol
AreA f-itrrt tvtitt nit tmiw
Sj If I, that tOl R LARGE n
CIH TOffERrt OP IS THIS FlR THET IM) IT tU
rileK TTE DAKRTHE OLT ABSOLUTELY nKLUDLZl
SlfETOimtl IJEfAtBETIlKT CAY BXY OK ttMHHItfc
TRAY THEY CA1 BUILD- IlErArsK WE ALOE ARE Ntt
riRED TO CALYAM7E ETERYTIII0 AFTER IT IS 11311
rLETED.AKDCOXI'IETR EIKRYTIUKG EXACTLY KltHf.
Thes concerns aro wise, for, even though they rest nt
furnish tbe best ot wheals, tho wheel will have the best of mp
ports, fiend to M your name and address, and those cf your
neighbors who may need something in our line, and thereby do
them a good turn. Tho Aennotnr Co. Is one of the mot son
ful business enterprises which ha been launched in recent
tin.es la succeeding advertisements will be discusstd and ma!
tlsar tho lines on which that success hsa been worked out tt
was done by a farmer s boy. A careful following of the sd
vertisements mav suggest to some othr fainter s boy a cuter
AorniOtOr CO.. 12thstMkwellAftlllaereSti ,Cieae-
Druggists. 50conts and $1.