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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, DECEMBER 26, 1893.
CHAmP CLARK FINED.
lantly Come To the
AVashimstox, D. C. December IS.
Congressman Champ Clark's case
in the district police court was dis
nosed of in short order to-day. A
fine of $25 was imposed and the Mis-1
sotiri delegation insisted on paying iL
The republican members, .Mr. Joy
and Mr. Bartholdt, chipped in with J
their democratic colleagues and made ,
up tne amount. ii:e coioreu ponu
cian, Mareellus Lyenrgus West, who
made the complaint did not appear.'
He sent a letter to the prosecuting p. Xewnian. ofiicials of the bankrupt
attorney reading : Jiank of Commerce, which was looted
"In view of the surrounding eir-earv ; llie 6Ullimcr. The charge in
cumstances at the time of the attack this' instance was preferred bv J. II.
upon me by Mr. Clark on December Fitzgerald, of this count v, who al
ii last, I would respectfully ask that leges' that Mavor Parte solicited a de
the case be dismissed. Mr. Clark has i t of g7-,j) for tIie jj.,nk :lfter jlft
expressed regret for the occurrence, . was- avvaru ti:lt t was ; a failing con
and I am satisfied that this course Htion, :l tl,at it was accepted by
should Imj pursued." ( ti,e tjier. 0fHcials with a full knowl-
"What does be mean by the sur- eilge of the true state of allairs. This
rounding circumstance.-?" the Judge j; ,i,e (irst indictment against Parte,
asked. ' though a number are pending against
There was no answer. Burlingame and Newman. Changes
"Is tins letter from the prosecuting
witness? was the next iiiestioii.
"It bears his signature," said the
district alt nicy.
"What was the nature of the :iv
K-u't?" asked the court.
"A knife cut on the throat,"replied
"There was no serious injury," ex
plained Mr. Joseph ShilliiiL'ton, the
counsel for Mr. Clark, "and the prose
cuting witness has been out ever since
The judge asked the district attor
ney if he wanted to follow the sug
gestion ol the prosecuting witness and
dismiss the case. The attorney re
nlied that be thought the court should
dispose of the case. He in Heated
that a fine of about 825 would .-atislv
Mr. Clark's counsel said that he
would enter a formal plea of iruilt v.
The court imposed the line suggested
by common consent. The Missouri
delegation, with a view of showiuir
their confidence in Mr Clark, im-!
mediately made up the amount and
paid the fine.
The Latter Publishes a Bitter
Answer to the Former's
Lol'isvilij:, Ky., Dec. 17.r-Col-onel
and Mrs. Cuthbert Bullitt have
each written a card to the local papers
here relative to their separation. That
of Colonel Bullitt is as follows :
St. f.-ris. Mo., IX-c. 13. To the pre
of Loiii-ville: I am hereon a vi-it to my
brother's family, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter
Crosby, and Mr. and Mrs. Chouteau SmUh,
unhappily now confined with a second at
tack of the grippe, and too unwell to write
or to return home to calm down as much
as K)ssihlc the excitement in regard to the
domestic troubles, which nusht aot to exi-t
letween my wife and myself.
Foreseeing that it would culminate after
she had consulted her lawyer in regard to
& separation, I concluded to come here
with a vu.v rf avoiding the gossip and
scandal attending" It rnd have never
written or sjmken a wonl al' n - jr.i'rs,
rl-oiigh imKrtuncd tr" jx l.eie, and
.k ill 'inlix-i fmd to.
Jljr ma. lage, xrhieh took place some
fourteen months ago, was heralded by my
legion of lriend and the ire- generally
with so much kindness, that 1 indulge the
hope they will deal gently wit It me nnxf,
while I require not sympathy, hut simply
justice. ( "miimuT Itn.i.iTT.
The last Mrs. Bullitt wrote is as fol
Lotisvil.l.l- Kx-., Dec 10. !.'!.- I have
notict'd ' ("aid" in the Ciirier-Ji,Hril
and t'otioifrrlttl, r dax-ir txxu since, from
the pen of Colonel Cuthbert Itullitt, xvln
is noxr in i. I.oui, in xvhieh he sav
"he is too unwell fo return hereto tpiiet
the excitement xvhieh our separation lia
createil and xvhieh disturbance ought not
exist letween hi xvife and himself, and
that he ask- no symptthy, but simply jus
tice." It it rather too late to lock up the
hou-e after tlie thief i in. Perhaps that
"legion" of hi friends that he refers to, in
bis letter would jsdvi him, had they
a chance lo hive rendered a little of
that louillv pmclainied ju.tiee to
the woman he calls xvife 'and
they would not have Ikvii parted,
and trouble would not noxv le in existence.
But any proiid-spiritcil wuman with self
resiieet xvill refuse to support anx-man and
her oxvii family and stand his imjKishion-!
and cruelty too, and as Col. C. liullitt's
eanl Ir.is placed me in a false light anxl
thus forced in sell-ilefon.e totliulrout
and before liie public, I mm
antly explain in plain language why I left
1 crexr tiwl of supitartim; him altogether
and paying all his bills when he had never J '
"i-cn me a ilollar or contributed one dime 1
to cither his oxvn or my support. ,
honesty is always the I test policy, I noxv
lay it lieforc the whole world and abide
the consequences as only a true xxoman
irill. Very imly,
MlSS. ClTlIUKKT nri.I.ITT.
Indicted Ex-Bank Officials.
Si'KiNdKini.i), Mo., December 10.
-The grand jury, to-day found true
bills of indictment against Mayor E.
J). Parce, T. E. Burlingame and. E.
VIBOR of MEN
and an the train of rrfli
Irom early errors or !r
exeme. the rrult of
development and tone
Klren to every orcan and
portion of t!io bortr.
tern. FIlaro lmpoxtMe.
2,000 reference. Boot,
explanation and pruofi
mailed (sealed) rrcc
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
,f veI.ue ; aj t!ie rj.es ll:ive J)een
taken to Taney county, where they
will be tried at the next term of
Coughing Leads to Consumption.
Kemp's Balaam stoos tlie cough at once
HE ASSUMED A NAME.
The Strange History of a Treas
ury Department Employe
Washi:;tox, I). C. Dec 7.
Secretary Carlisle.- mail to-day con
tained a curious letter. To put a
j stop to the practice of ,
f concealing mar-
i nages tlie fceeief.ry a tew lays agol
is.-ued an order that all clerks m the
j treasury must be carried on the rolls
' by their legal names. The onlcr ha!
j the efleet of disc-losing a case wh:,-h
1 was not in contemplation ivhea it was
' issued : '
Ukai: SiK:-lI:uin read v..nr rcwiit
'onlcr rxr:ir.Iin-ei.i.!..vc-. of t!w Treasury
j ivpannicni warju-r nu-ii or aiiuuti
; riming, 1 IiuMl-i: to -ct i!iyell nnt liolniv
Rill I ITT ! 1 'le department ly tellins a traL!ilfir
DULLI I I . ! Wanl and triuhlul lorv. Tiiirtv-eiglit vpar-,
ai, wiien oui a uiiy. i icit imme niuium
the !:noxvKii' or coii-e.'.t of my jiarent
aid enlistiti in the l"nitii tatt navy
under ihe name of . which name ha-
.-'.tick to me ever -ince. Tniler thi- name
I went nnmii'.l the world, to KcimiK", .!a
i . v:.-. K- -w mi i
inn .iiihj, in ii.e jj it "f-r, -f. until
'(JO, on the Cniled States frigate I'owhatar.
on one of her nio-t eventful cruise. I
I'nderthis name 1 sail.sl xvith Adi. :ral
,Vm"rV'??ar.?" V,VCV. 'rence when the police were not on
IIIL1MI I'l II'IIKII Ittl IIIU IIHI lUtls llltlll:i
while lighting the Confetlerate batteries at
Port Hud-on. I had no reason lo assume
a name other than to avoid being found by
my mother, who, like tunny other mothers,
did not xvant her 1kx- to j;o lo sea. I have
no reason iu (Sod's- xvorld lo feel ashamed
in any xvay of the name I then assumed.
My conscience is perfectly clear, and I
have alxvays taken good care of ihe mother
I ran axvay from. Having worn this name
thirty-eight years I desire to so continue,
if ihe explanation is satisfactory to your
self and the department. Itesjivctivelv,
Files Another Divorce Suit.
Kansas City, Mo., December 20.
Young Mrs. Gertrude L. Btirnes.
who. after a bitter divorce suit, be-1
came reconciled hist May to her bus-1 To-night the democrats are jubilant
baud, Fielding Btirnes, almost an oc- j over their victory, while the republi
togenarian, and a, brother of Congress-: tails are tonsoling themselves with the
man James X. Burnes, ot St. Joseph, j substantial gains made over two last
again brought suit m the circuit court j elections and declare that the city is
to-dav for a divorce from her husband, t
She charges him with the grossest in-1
The petition was at once
vice to Platte Citv, where the defend-
ant has lived for over forty years. The
suit is the result of domestic troubles j
dating from the marriage day of Mr. i
and Mrs. Uurnes, in July, 1892, and
is the fourth which has been brought ;
by them in the circuit courts of Jack-1
son and Platte counties. Mr. Burnes:
is worth STo.OOO,' and Mrs. Burnes
that her husband is very
How's This !
U c oiler One Hundred Dollars B.e-:
ward for any case of Catarrh that can- farmer and a watchmaker. The
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. I neighbors of his victim are greatly in--R
J. CIIEXEY CO., Prop?., censed and would deal barsblv with
Vc the undersigned, have known
r. J. Cheney for the last fifteen vears
and believe him perfectly iionosable
in all business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out any obligation
made bv their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood ami mucous surlaces of the
system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
FIRE AT PRINCETON
Arbuckle's Opera House and
Several Business Houses
Destroyed With a Loss
Pihxceton, Mo., Dec. IS
broke out in the basement ol
buckle's opcrn liouc, at this plaje, at
1 o clock tins morning, and
sumcd four of the best business
in the city. The origin of the fr
unknown, but it is supposed to lp the
work ol an incendiary.
The following are the losses
Ailev, building, 84,500;
lllair, grocers, S5.000;
Stan by &
building $2,000; Jackson Cook,
ing, 84,500 ; T. N. Arbuckle
house; Album & Spcrritt, bafery,
SI,.Ul); w. V. While, turn tu re.
81,000; F. P. Wynne, jewelry,
Molstcr it Striekmaiin, printing
8200; Jniison tV. hon.
815,000 : The Masonic 1
building, 81.500. .1. C. Casteel
goods, $7,000; Mercer county
house, 8250: W. L. Bearden, pi
raplier, 8200; Mrs. S. II. B.1
Nearly all the losses are
covered bv insurance. Arhtcklc
loses 80,000 above insurance, ifhis
is the iourtli tunc tins mock lias ueen
burned in ten years.
He Defeats Swift, the Reouali-
can Candidate for Mayor
Cme.x.io, III., Dec 10 John
Hopkins, ha democratic 9ndii
fo. mavor. was clotted over Cicifgc
P. Swift, his republican ma!,, by
maionly ol 1, -tbi. J lie total
was : i
...-;t't , if.... i
Urilrh.- iSotjIM IIjod..
i W.ikelv il'oo'U-V S:!veri....
, ',,al ---V'
I he vate, which was one ol f he
j heaviest yer polll m this tjty,.
a decide.1 ivp;;bli.-:iii gun.
1 ho dcmocnicy earned the fity
''V :.U,0!M) in the' jk presidential
. election ami in tue countv election
lait month several ol the denncntic
candidate? had majorities of 4.000 in
the city, which were only overcome by
the republican vote in the county.
The weather to-day was all thai, could
be desired for an election dayand th
full ntr of lmtb i:irlic xx:ts Dolled.
' iu ievom di ine uov.n iouv v; nn.
- ---- i
where the heavy lodgl!lg-liMlsO vote
resides, the contest wa ery bittfr
am traps' were of frc-.uent occur-
. , - r ,,
uami. in an oiuer poruons 01 tuu
city the voting progressed without in
The jury in the Coughlin trial did
not vote. The members of the jury
peered from the windows of their
warm room in the Revere IIoue early
in the morning ami concluded it was
too frosty to start on a day's journey
to the polls. The entire 12 men would
li.we been compelled to make a round
of the city in order that each might
vole. Only in one instance could
two have voted at the same polling
place. The jury in the Prcudergast
t.M f:.red a little better. Such
; members as cared to vote were allowed
to do so, being accompanied to the
polling place by a bailiff.' Seven of
them voted, the remainder beiug kept
at the hotel
theirs the next time.
Much Excitement Over an Elopement.
Cim.i.icoTiii:. Mo., Dec. 20. Medi-
c'ue township, in this countv, is torn
up over the elopement of Sherman
Constant, a young married man, with
Delia Coherlec, aged 17j-ears, a sister
of bis wife, and daughter of Jesse
Coherlec, a wealthy farmer. The
guilty couple have several days the
start, and it is suppo-ed they have
gone to Oklahoma. The father of the
girl has oflered a reward for the ap
prehension of Constant, and telegrams
received to-day indicate that parties
answering their description arc under
arrest at Lincoln. Neb. Constant isa
if caught. ' He deserted a-young wife
land two children.
No Longer Enemies.
S. S. Higclow handed a check
?" to Fred Gonlon this morning,
was his annual contribution to the
confederate home at Higginsvillc.
During the war as lieutenant of the
loth Xew York cavalry, Mr. Bigclow
shot the rebels, but now as a veteran
totally blind, he contributes annual
ly to their comfort. There is a great
big heart in Lieutenant Bigelow and
the ex-rebels appreciate it. .Yeiwfa
"riwi i icR'S
is a Fcientiflcally prepared Liniment
and harmless; every ingredient is of
recognized value and in constant nso
by tlie medical profession. It short
ens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes
Danger to Hfo ol Mother and Child.
Book To Mothers" mailed free, con
taining valuablo information and
Sot tly express, charges prepaid, on receipt
of J.ncc, $im jr buttle
BflABFItLO REGULATOR CO., Aliieta, 6a.
Sold by all druggists.
MITCHELL ON HIS WAY.
Orders for Box Seats at the
Fight Begin to Come In.
Jacksoxvim.k, Fla., Dec. 20.
Charley Mitchell hasat last been heard
from. He was in Charlotte, . C,
last uiirht ami Irom there sent the tol-
lowiug telcgtam to J. Iv Boxvdcti,
gencnil manager of tho Duval Athletic
club, wi ich xvas delivered early this
I shall lie in Jacksonville I liurxlav eve
ning at To'elock xvithout fail, Hilly Tlnmip
sou :m company ing me.
At the Duval club this afternoon
I this telegram gave a great ileal of s..i-
isfaction to the sporting men there
assembled, and it is slid that a big re
ception will be arranged for the ling
Tins morning Secretary McMillan,
(d the Duval club, received the first
order for box tickets in the arena
from Dickson aud Tablott, the wcll
Kuoxvn theatrical managers and agents
in Indianapolis. The onler was tele
isescrve for our special car party
three lioxs seating lour er.-oiis aeh.
The mcney was mailed y.n lids
The sc-ond order received was from
Mark Pimoi.tMi of Cincim-ati, who
takta two l:(!-c .-eats. The third v. as
from the turpi ntinc and iu-.iher firm
of Dyal xt rpclnreri of luice Pond,
lii.-t nefjss the (.ici.Tsiia line.
hdward II. (Niappf -rj (arrison was
to-dav elected ottHai timekeeper of
the Duval club. The lir.-t ollicial
duties of the renowned jockey wiil
irobablv be performed at the club
races on Christmas Day.
lii'lv Tavlor, the well-known base
ball nmu and all round sport, arrived
u: .lacKsonviiie tins morning irom
New York. When in Philadelphia
'ast week uc cr.0ed on Charley
Mitchell and found
in the verv best shape possible. Tavlor
s!ix"J of him :
saw Mitchell stripped, and I
iuu-t tlr I was surprised at the
condition in which I found him. He
has no stomach at all, and his broad
shoulders aud powerful legs show up
strong an 1 .veil mu ' id. Mitchell
haslrcen training daily for many
weeks, but lie has istvn keeping it
shady. He doesn't, lay arcuii'l for
the newspaper men, and so the press
ol the North hasn't got onto him yet.
Evry line in his body shows the f
feclsof his fine training. Mitchell
said to me: '1 know I am giving
away a big thing in weight and teach,
but science and generalship will have
much to do with winning this victory,
and I have been iu the ring before." '
At 4 o'clock this afternoon the
Duval Athletic club and Messrs.
Colvin and Webster of the State driv
ing Park association came to an un
derstanding about the era and closcda
trade for the use of tlie old fair
grounds and building in East Jackson
ville. The plans have been changed
slightly and a crew of 100 carpenters
will be put to work on the building
next Monday morning. The deal
with the Sub-Tropical people didn't
go through. Some of the stockhold
ers in the syndicate are now laughing
iu their sleeves to think that thev sold j
out a practically worthless stock for a
Nellie Mullen, daughter of Emma
aim :xuc!iaci .xiuucn, agen six years,
lacking nine days.
The funeral will take plate from
the house, 022 East Fourtecth St., at
1 o'clock p." in., Dec. 22, and from
St. Vincent de Paul church at 1:110.
Friends of the family invited to at
tend. Fayette's New Postmaster.
Col. John D. Tolson was yesterday
apiwinted postmaster at Fayette,
Colonel Tolson is one of the best
known democratic jHiliticians m Mis- j
ikiiiuq .vt ,tit tvFt ci;i;ii! t itii :
on the demwratic state central coin
Death of Mrs. Kidd.
The death ol .Mrs. Mary Kidd took
place yesterday afternoon at her home
four iuiles north cf Beaman. She had
Mrs. Kidd was 8-1 years old and was
the mother of Capt. Kidd, lormerly a
resident of Georgetown.
The daughter of the deceased ar
rived from Kansas City this mcniing,
accompanied by her husband.
The luneral was held this afternoon.
Written FortheSctlalia Rxzimi.
A Tribute By the Famous New
York Sculptor, Wilson
The flight of a human spirit from
out of this "Vuddy Vesture" of
mortal existence is the most ordinary
aim common ot an ciiungcs. Twelve
hundred million of human beings
pass into the spiritual world from this
planet every thirty-six ywus.
Itnlci-d death is m reality beautiful
in almost any view, if it'is true, as
the agnostic, kii.- that we pass at the
phenomenon ol" death "into unsympa
thetic dust" that is peaceful, even
restful, indeed eternal rest. If, upoiu
iiiu inner iiuuii, xxu piuiue our Wings
with immortal pinions ami go out
into the light of an eternal day, that
is most beautiful ; and where there is
no night, but that we will meet those
xve love is soul satisfying real lovely,
harmonious and eternally progressive!
J-unemls, instead ot gloom, dark
drapery, sable plumes, grief and de
spair, should be occasions ot lov
peace ami music. Ihis with the
aged, who have filled their mission
here, should always be joyful instead
But when a bright, intelliuent,
sensitive vouuir soul takes its final de-
pc turo from earth, it is but natural
that one should grieve. It is the re-
ii It of education ; we cannot be
reconciled to the loss.
For the vming ircnius, my nephew,
Bronte Demuth, we mourn for a lit
tle season, we cannot help it. Our
reason tells it is better for him ; our
sentiments ami our loves tell another j
Bronte was a super-sensitive spirit
a .u" oi geiniis and in tins cog-
I wneel. S'.-crtbt? practical
mat iruil age, it w:s ot iRi,,.e that
.ie couk in unucrsaHj..'.
cotild not be appreciated. Th" ord!-
n:rv ?:tleiv;rs ot pelt could
I ,,evt.r xiri, 0f j, i,np.l5.
?ioried soul. He lived
The Meal which is the real -
He knew the harmony, the:
meiouy, tne language oi music, lie
lived in the atmosphere of hi.-: divine
art. The voices of nature, the sigh
ing winds aud the songs of birds fell
upon his refined senses.
Gloriuiu boy! When the scenes o!
earth were fading from his moital
vision and he saw that be was soon
to put on the immortal robes of the
shallow land, his dying eyes rested
iiiioii his favorite and loved violin,
lie asked that it might be
f V T
! handed to him, :;nd as his
spirit was about to kike its flight,
he ran his weak, thin lingers over the
strings for the last time ; who can
imagine the unspeakable joy he must
have felt as the hut chords fell upon
Ills? fast fading senses.
Think not, ye pilgrims w ho survive
hearts to be reproduced in other and
happier spheres. Nothing beautiful
tan ever die. Unfnrtune boy! He
came into this rude world, with all
his youth and unblown hopes
on the world's heart; his ambition
was .o charm it with melody and
musi" ami touch it to tears. There is
io sympathy with such a sou! in this
age in which we noxv l;v ! :i t'sat
beyond, th:- V.0ht spirit i -u
just gone out into the lignt, v.
awake to a higher life. Those that
loved him here, who are over there,
will be present to greet bin on that
other real and beautiful shore. Grief
and sorrow engulphed him here. Joy
and gladuess will greet him there.
Wlio can imaginea mother's joy as
she clasps her loy, her youngest born,
isain to her bosom never to part.
1 would that some
tendcr friend ;
would plaut daisie
on the mound that,
covers his beloved form. For
w l . 1
I come to stand theiv, I know-
daisies as in a little wind," will
tM tcIi Inc tie 1miV ;s tiH.re
For a little while, dear bov,
bye. Wait at the portals for
New York, Dec. lo. IS!).?.
Lane's Meuicine Moves the Bowels Each
In order to be healthy this is neresarv
Notice of Election and Annual Meeting '
of Stockholders. I
)mn: or Siihai.i v Watik .v Lk,iit Co.
Sedalia, Missouri. 1 tvciider 1SW5.
Notice L herebv gix-en that the rx-gular
I annual meeting of the shareholder' of the i
' S.- ..1..I:.. xs... r :.. :n i. .
vu.uiii itait'i t. t.int coiiiUiiiat , mil ir
held at the oiliee of the saM compauv, No. ,
110 We.-t Third treel, in the City "of Se- j
dalia. Pettis county, Mis-ouri, on Monday
January 8, 1S!M, beginning at U o'clock, '
a. in., and continuing until 12 o'clock, M.. .
of that day unless the objects of the meet
ing shall be sooner accomplished. J
At said annual meeting, three (.'j di
rectors of said company will lie elected to
serve until the next annual meeting, and
such other business will be transacted as
max- come before the ineethig.
(Signed) S. F. Kossk, J2-2iw3t
(Signed) "J. 15. Qrmi.KV,
him, that those melodies he invented i,"Von a!m Pi " 1,1 ll,c-
here, can ever die they are immoital , "w t," ir c,,Jncc!.
, - . A. mi f i i . f. the eoiintrv referred
as ne :s they will live m his heart ot v-.-i.r,, i.,,.:k,. i
has often wasted time and material in
trying to obtain a shade of color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
culty in making a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the use of National Lead Company's
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iryou are going to paint, it will pay yoo
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sixteen pages every week, making it,
practically a Semi-Weeklv paper,
ynttheprice remaiiisOXi.YoxK ioi.i.ai:
A yi:ai:. In politics, it is strictly Re-
I iHibliciau. but it "ives am, thi: "news
and is nbsolutly indispensable to the
farmer, merchant, or professional man
who has not the time to read
large daily paper, aud vet desires
When leaving hi, home at Springfield, III.,
to be inaugurated president of the United
State", made a fawwli u.l.:r,s-
friends and neighlxirs, in which he said,
''XKIOIIIUUCS OIVE YOCIS BOY-. A CHANCE."
These wools come xvith as much force
to-day a they did thirty years ago.
IIoxv give them this chance?
lp in the Northwest N a great empire
waiting for young, and sturdy fellows to
come and develop il and 'groxv up with
the country.' All ox-er this broad land
are the voting fellows, the Ikxv- that Lin-
j com referred to, seeking to better their con-
to lies along the
Here vou can find
pretty mucii anything you xvant. In Min
nesota, and in lhe lied liiver Valley of
North Ihiknta, the finest of prairie lands
tilled for xhcat anil grain, or a xveil for
diveriiicd fanning. In Western North
Dakota and Mcin.in.t, an- stock ranges;
limitless in extent, clothed xvith the most
iutr:li-iis of grasses.
If a fruit farming region is xx-ar.ted thtre
is the vb'ile sl:.te of Washington to select
A- f..' -o-ni,. tli-lights the Northern I'a
S " i--t,s-i hrough t coiocry
i..., .. 1 i" 'li
ter 1'iNil. and Cascailt . u
greatest mountain scenery to Ik' seen in ti e
United States from car windoxvs is found.
The wonderful bad lands, wonderful in
graceful form and gloxving color, are a
hciu. Iikes Pond d'Oreille and Coeur
il'AIenc. are alone worthy of a Iranconti
nental trip, xvhiie they are the i.li-rman's
Ultima Thule. The ride ah-i g Clark's
Fork of the Columbia I!i-or is a I'.iyiight
dream. To cap the climax tliivis the unlv
way to reach the far famed Yelloxx-tone
' :!r,K- . . . , . .
iir ii'.iiii .ion si-i-.j,, mi-, mi- uitrrii
Pacific liailroa.l furnishes trains and serv-
ice of uiisiirpasMtl
e.xtellcnce. The most
appnix-ed and comlortable Palace Ieeping
:e:ir: the K-st Iining ears that eau be
"lade; Piillmaii Tourist cars gcd for lxtb
'first and second tlass p:issCi,rM ; cay
! riiling d-iy coaches, xvith llaggage, Kx-
ires,. ami I'ostal ears all ilrawn ox- ioxx-er-
I fill lkihlxvin Locomotives.
make a traii tit
for royalty it-elt.
Those stt-king for new homes should tak
this traiir and go and spy out the land.
To lie prepared, xvrite to
CI IAS. S. fki-;
(S. P. & T. A..
Sr. Pavu Mixx.
TO OUR St'BSCHSIECKS.
The Special Axxouxcesiext which ap
peared in our columns some time since, an
nouncing - special arrangement xvith Dr. 1).
J. Kendall Cfi., of Enosburgh Falls; Vt.,
publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse
and his Diseases," whereby cur subscribers
xvere enabled to obtain a copy cf tiiat valu
able work FREE by sending theit address
(and inclosing a two-cent stamp for mailing
same) to Dr. 15. J. Kendall Co., is renewed
for a limited period. Wc trust all will
avail themselves of the opportunity of ob
taining this valuable work. To every lover
of the horse it is indispensable, as it treats
in a simple manner all ie diseases which
afflict this noble animal. Its phenomenal
sale throughout the United States and Can
ada makes it standard authority. Men
tion This Pafek. When Sending fok the
Keep inorougniy and promptly posted.
Sample copies will besentonapplicatioR
io Gi.om: PiM.NTixc Co. St. Loins.