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p IP Hi Ik Ik 4 NT Nb i ?&.''' ii 8. 4 t K& 1,1l TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Colorado is said to have one thou sand "women stock-growers. A Kansas bride received a barrel of salt as one of her "wedding presents. All -white settlers have been or dered to leave the Sioux reservation. It will require 40,000 persons to take the United States census of 1890. Gexebal Sherman's mail is large enough each day to fill a bushel basket. Vermont claims to produce more butter annually than any other State in the Union. John G. Whittieb, the poet, says that he expects to live to be 100, though he is not anxious to. Secretary Blaine has chosen Mr. Lewis Dent, a nephew of Mrs. Gen. Grant, as his pri ate .secretary . A. T. Rogers, of Americas, Ga., has a fifty-dollar bill of 1778, and an eighteen-pence shinplaster of 1776. Over COO negro children are born every day in the Southern States. There is a chance for educational work. A paper is about to be started in New Orleans called the Weekly Gos sip. It is devoted to the interests of women. Sergeant Gideon L. Pease, who lives in East "Wilton, Me., is believed to be the only surviving United States soldier of the Black Hawk war. Cigarettes of tea, lately introduced in England, have been followed by those made of a mixture of herbs, which seem to be received with favor. The only excuse a Tennessee lawyer could urge in defense of a horse-thief was that he was quick-tempered, and he put it so well that the jury disa greed. The latest report of the United States Consul at Ascension, Paraguay, says the women do the "work, while the men do the smoking, gambling and cock-fighting. The New York hotels made little or no profit out of the Centennial. The street railways, restaurants and saloons reaped most of the harvest, and the pickpockets and gamblers the rest. The Mormons are flocking into On tario. Let our erring brethren depart in peace. It is to be hoped that no possible extradition treaty will ever in volve their return to our side of the border. An effort is to be made in Iowa to strip the law of its nonsense. Lawyers declare that deeds, warrants and all other legal papers can be cut down one-half in the amount of whereases and wherefores. The second period of the earth's ex istence, w Inch is to end with the going out of the sun's light, will terminate in about 13,000 years. "We speak of this matter in time so that our friends may get in their hay. Mrs. Groundwater, the new police judge at Cottonwood Falls, began her administration by fining a plain drunk $5 and costs. On the same day she set a hen, made two gingham aprons, and returned five calls. Burgeon General Hamilton is said to be one of the handsomest men in "Washington. He is rather short of stature, has raven black hair, large and dreamy eyes, and complexion clear as a healthy young girl's. , A New Yore court has decided that stable, however well kept, is a nui sance in the neighborhood of handsome houses. Just how handsome a house must be to entitle the noses of its occu pants to the protection of the law does sot appear. A French fisherman who was re ported lost, and whose property was divided up, returned all right after an absence of two years, but the French courts hold that he is dead, and he has got to take a new name and be somebody else. Ex-Yice-Pbesldent Hannibal Ham Lin is now 80 years of age. He is as lively as the majority of men at 50. He has never worn flannels nor an overcoat holding such articles of dress to be superfluous and unnecessary to a person in good health. Col. John Hat, who succeeds "White law Beid as editor of the New York Tribune, will receive a salary of $15,000 a year. That isn't as much as Mr. Beid will get, but then the Colonel can go to the circus and ride on the ferries for nothing, and wfiren a reporter now and j i .. .. . , -11 i-- wi f liV then, so that he will be ame to uy on his stipend without having to hy pothecate. . More than $25,000,000 of British cap ital has already been invested in Amer ican breweries, and the syndicate is still buying. It is quite evident that American beer will soon acquire a strong English accent if this thing continues much longer. A Chester (Pa.) doctor, who ad vised a mother to give her child sage tea for its ailment, has been suspend ed from the County Medical Associa tion for unprofessional conduct. He should have made out a regular pre scription and charged for it. Mrs. Sheridan never appears in public, but visits the ladies of the late General's military family, and her father and family. This little circle consists of Mrs. Sheridan's sibter, Mrs. Colonel Sheridan, Mrs. Colonel Kel logg, and Mrs. Colonel Blunt. A Kussian navy officer has invented a method of searching the sea or coast by night, -which does not reveal the nosition of the fchip. A mortar fires a buoyant shell containing a compound nhich ignites on reaching the water and lights up the surrounding area. It will cost Queen Victoria $80,000 to entertain the Shah of Persia in her palace, where he is to put up during his coming visit to London. On the occasion of his visit in 1873 it cost 2,000 to clean up his apartments after he and the accompanying ladies of his harem had departed. O, Shah ! The Baltimore American predicts some sad disasters if the ocean steamers keep running at the present fearful rate. If nothing happens to the fast boats themselves they will be almost sure to run over some small boats. The American has done well to put itself thus on the record. If it lives until something does happen it can then say I told you so. A California philosopher evolves the theory that the many divorces in that State are due to the coldness of the climate and the high price of coal. In the evening, he says, it is so chilly that the husband and wife can't sit down comfortably as they do in the East, and with coal at $15 a ton they can't afford to use it. So the husband gets into the habit of going out for a walk in order to keep warm, and the wife often gets into the same habit. Divorces soon follow. The thimble had never been in use in Siani until a few years ago, when the King, noticing that some American ladies who visited his court used thim bles, had one made for his Queen. It was made of gold, in the form of a lotus bud, the lotus being the Siamese royal floral emblem, and was thickly studded with diamonds, so arrangad as to form the Queen's name and the date of her marriage. The presentation was equal to an order that the ladies of Siam should use thimbles, and they have used them ever since. The healthiest and the most hopeful attack upon foreign influence in this country is that which we find made by a body of our adopted Irish fellow-citizens who have resolved that "we pledge ourselves not to patronize any hotel, inn, or saloon that deals with any brewer of the English syndicate, and thus pays tribute to the British octopus and encourages the growth of foreign monopoly on American soil." They cannot do too much of this. It will take a form of real self-denial, without doubt, in many cases; but we trust they will not be discouraged. Every blow they deal the British lion in a beer saloon will be blessed. If it does not do a great deal of good by discour aging foreign capital in this country, they may be almost certain that it will benefit themselves. Clothes do not make the man, as witness those worn by Mr. Parnell, who is probably as much in the public eye as any man in Great Britain. Ac cording to the testimony of his friend and colleague in the House of Com mons, T. P. O'Connor, Mr. Parnell has never given much care to his dress. "When he first entered the House he wore a short shooting-jacket made of coarse Irish frieze, and carried a big blackthorn stick. He looked Tike a young and innocent farmer from the country who had strayed into London, and who would fall an easy victim to the first confidence trick man that tempted him. This era passed? away, and he took to the long frock coat which nearly every member of Parlia ment wears. These coats he has ever since worn, and nearly always till they were threadbare even to shininess. His hats, too, have competed with those of Mr. Biggar as to being the most napless and shapeless in the House of Commons. Of recent years this tendency to bad clothes has in creased, and especially since his ill- zxesa I KANSAS ST ATI? ur... KANSAS STATE NEWS. James M. Jones has succeeded Thomas A. Kerr as editor of the Goffs News. St Marys Gazette: The St Marys bridge was leased for one year to Mr J. L. Byrnes for $2,200. J Chanute Vidette: It much like old times to see wagons loaded with peaches on our streets. The peach crop, like other crops in our state, is abundant and good. Kansas City (Kans.) Gazette: We meet half a dozen nice looking colored girls every morning going to teachers' institue. How the world does move, ana now quicaiy we get used to it "Washington Begister: Business is pushing right along on the college building. Lumber is being hauled for the main structure; the sills and joists for the lower floor are in place and work is progressing in good shape. Voorhees Vindicator: Th9 Voor hees Sugar and Syrup Co. have filed their charter with the secretary of state. Capital stock, $25,000. Five thousand dollars of the stock has already been subscribed and the books will be kept open until the entire amount is taken. Hiawatha World: The telephone line between St. Joseph and Hiawatha with Atchison connection is sure. Men are at work putting up posts and wires. The posts are delivered by wagons, two posts to a wagon. It costs $12 a load to this point or $6 a post. Bluff City Herald: "We have an offer from a large concern in Kansas City to furnish us all the machinery and im plements we need, six horse power en gine and boiler, everything complete for $980. Three thousand dollars will put us up a complete creamery. Ottawa Lever: It is no lack of patriotism in Ottawa, that caused her to refrain from a 4th of July celebration. but from the fact that Bhe has enjoyed a grand celebration for eleven days, that eclipsed anything in the state. "We mean the Ottawa Chautauqua Assembly. Neosho Falls Post: Quite a serious accident occurred at the campmeeting ground near Westphalia. Ora Mitchel, a little 10-year-old daughter of Bev. John Mitchell, of Greeley, while run ning and playing was taken with a hemorrhage, of the lungs and bled to death in a short time. St. Marys Gazette: The petitions to remove the county seat to Louisville are still being circulated and we believe the county is pretty thoroughly can vassed. A remonstrance was going the rounds of the antis, a few days ago. A petition to remove the county seat will require the signatures of two-thirds of the voters to call an election. A Hiawatha special: News has reached here of a murder on the Sac and Fox Indian reservation. Trouble had been brewing between Frank Delon and Charles Semidsky and recently they met. Semidsky came towards Delon and said, "I want to see you," and laid hold of him. As he did s j, Delon drew a revolver and shot him dead. The sheriff jailed the murderer. Leavenworth Kansas Catholic: Work is progressing finely on the pontoon bridge from this city to the Missouri side of the river, thus opening up a most important addition to trade. The pontoons are being made on the reserve, from which they will be floated down when ready to be placed in position. "Work commenced on them last week, and will be prosecuted vigorously until they are completed. Work has been commenced in the river. Junction City Union: During the game of ball played at Fort Biley, private Carrigan of troop I and "a soldier associate were desirous of taking a free buggy ride; E. N. Church was over looking at the game, and they happened to take his rig. The soldiers had been taking on a little too much Deer, and a runaway occurred. Carrigan was carried to the hospital on a strerch- er, ana aiea a iew nours afterwards. The other soldier was not seriously hurt The buggy was badlv demoraliz ed. Atchison Champion: One of the busiest scenes on the Central Branch is at the canning factory at Wetmore, for ty miles west of this city. It is situ ated close to town, and can be seen from the passing trains. There are nearly one hundred boys and girls now employed there shelling peas and beans. The stockholders of the Wet more canning factory are positive they have invested their money in a paying industry, which is bound to pay good dividends from the start If managed properly, which seems to be the case with the one at Wetmore, there can be no doubt' but canning factories can bo made to pay. Jewell City Republican: Alf. Evans, ex-deputy county clerk, and well known over Jewell county, arose from his bed at 5 o'clock, a. m., and went to the Bock Island Pond in Mankato, took off his hat and coat and deliberately drowned himself. His tracks show where he waded into the pond, and his arms were folded when found. It is supposed that there was no reason for the foolish act other than despondency. He had lost his place to work, quar reled with a near relative, and his am bitions, politically, it is said, had been blighted by those whom he had counted his friends. He had been heard to say that his life had been a failure. He leaves a wife and, we think, one or two children. . Great Bend Begister: Lamed is figuring on a rock pile, on which to work tramps. They are getting so numerous and insulting in Pawnee county, that women fear them and feed them out of fear. These fellows are getting so cheeky that it is dangerous for women to be left alone .at home. There is no reason for anv at thm fellows to be on the road at this time; r. Harvest hands are at a premium now, and every one of them can get work if ttaj will. A load of buckshot is thought by the Chronoscope to be a good antidote. This medicine would be rather severe, but no doubt is needed, as much in Barton county as in Pawnee. Here in Great Bend, the rock pile has had a salutary effect, but outside of town they are as bad in our county as they are u any other place. - Arkansas Clt Disrjatch: The con tract is let to Doyle & Trask for the erec tion of the First National Bank building on the southeast corner of Summt Street and Fifth avenue. The build ing is to be four stories above the basement and the stone work to cost fifty thousand dollars. Mr. A. A. Wiley, of the American National Bank says they will soon commence their bank building on Summit and Wash ington avenue. It will undoubtedly, be one of the finest buildings in the city. The Newman block, of four storied buildings is now under good headway, also the Newman, Hess & Stauber block, on Fifth avenue, which will cost seventy-five thousand dollars. This goes to show money is plentiful and Arkansas City never did see such glowing prospects as she does to-day. In conversation with a reliable gentle man yestetdav. we warn told that twenty-one good residences were going up in the First and Second wards. STOCK AND FARM. Junction City Sentinel: L. W. Oes terhaus paid $250.00 for an 18-month-old Hereford bull and has placed him out on his Geary county farm. Jewell City Bepubhcan: Eussell Mallory suffered more than anybody else we hear of from smut in the wheat. His field from which he expected 2,000 bushels will not be worth the twine it takes to bind it The smut seems to be in spots, here and there over the coun try, and will not preceptibly effect the grand aggregate. Holton Recorder: J. F. Hund, of Straight Creek, has about forty hand& at work m the large meadows of the Lenwood farm. There is about 2,000 acres of Timothy and clover hay to make, and will turn off from 6,000 to 7,000 tons. They will use it in feeding their stock this winter. The second crop of clover will be cut and hulled this win ter for seed. Greensburg Times: The report that corn in the sandhills is all yellow is not true. A reporter of the Times saw not over three cornfields that could be termed yellowish, and these were chok ed with weeds. We have no respect for corn that won't "go back" on a farm er who is too lazy to clear out the weeds and thus rid this noble cereal of noxious associations and jaundice pro ducing associates. Medicine Lodge Index: Chapin Bros, have made a first-class half-mile track on their place, northeast of the house, where they will train several of their young horses this season, and get "Diamond Joe" and "Egmonf'into their old gaits. T. C. Molloy's colt is also being driven on the track, and is going to surprise somebody. If the Chapin track were only a little nearer to town, there would be a horse show there this fall, certain. A Dighton special: We have ceased to regard the rain, it being so plenty that there is far more danger of too much than too little, and farmers are al ready plowing for the next wheat crop. At a very low estimate, 50,000 acres will be sown this fall. Quite a number of men are sowing wheat as a speculation, hiring everything done, and costing less than $2 per acre for all work and seed. Twenty bushels pan out well on this in vestment, as any one can readily see. KANSAS CHURCHES. Topeka Journal: Four persons united with the North Topeka Taber nacle church yesterday, and two others made the good confession. There is scarcely ever a service held at this church without additions to its member ship. Wellington Monitor: Through the efforts of the Ladies Social Union some valuable improvements have been made to the Presbyterian church property. The ladies raised quite a sum of money by a series of entertainments during the winter, which has been expended in painting the church and parsonage adjoining and in necessary repairs to both buildings. Paola Republican: Bev. Chas. N. Cate has been installed pastor of the Presbyterian church. The church was filled and the ceremony interesting and profitable. Bev. McKinney of Ottawa preached an able sermon and Bev. Pumphrey of Garnett gave the charge to the pastor and the people. The pastors of other churches in Paola were present and assisted in the installation. The music rendered by the choir was very fine and deserves special mention. We congratulate the people of the Presbyterian church upon securing so able a minister as Bev. Cate. KANSAS RAILROADS. Junction City Republican: An ex change says the Union Pacific offers $2,000 cash to any person who will shoot a train robber on any of their trains. Burlington Independent: The Mis souri, Kansas & Texas has ordered 500 new coal cars preparatory to its en trance to Kansas City, over the Blair road, running from Osceola to Kansas City. This connection will be of great value to any part of Kansas. The railways in the western freight association have reduced the through rates on soft lumber, lath, shingles, ect., to points in Kansas, Nebraska and the Indian Tenitory, and Panhandle of Texas, by deducting three cents per one hundred pounds from the rates shown in tariffs of January 23, 1889. A reduction in the price of lumber will nrobablv follow and in fact some deal- era have already announced it. , r . I Tirstn' iinnnc LIGHT MOODS. Soxo of the drygoods clerk Swing ing in delaine. Sabah Bernhardt on foot is a con tinual walking match. We should be good to our Indian proteges. They are our kind red. It is reasonable to suppose that some trees are very old, especially those that produce chestnuts. When an orator becomes a great gun in his own estimation he is apt to be a good deal of a smooth-bore in the esti mation of others. Ask permission of a penurious man to interview him for the benefit of some charitable object and the chances are he will not give assent. The room was dark, the maiden xom To fetch a match, she said Bat he persuaded her to stay And make a match instead. There are small insects that re semble base-ball players, inasmuch as they are liable to go out on fowls. They are liable to make a short stop on bats. Could "the father of his county" see how the stars in the field on our flag have increased from thirteen to forty-two he would be surprised at the growth of his family. "Keep 'w ay from dat nigger, I tell you," said Uncle Bube to his sable daughter. "He's like wot John de Bab tis lived on." "How's dat?" she asked. "Low cus an' wild, honey," was the reply. One hundred years ago New Jersey was a "frontier State." It is so stiU when you take into consideration the size and savagery of the wild game. Where can the Jersey mosquito's peer be found? At the theater: Blobson (rising ex citedly) Down with that red umbrella in front ! Mrs. Blobson (drawing him back) Foi mercy's sake, hush up! That ain't an umbrella. It's a new spring hat. J Ar& recent examination of girls for the rite of confirmation, in answer to the question : " What is the outward and visible sign and form of baptism?" the reply was: "Please, sir, the baby." ALAS ! I had. told her that I loved her, She had w hispered me the same; Then in innocent flirtation I -was caught. The climax came. She demanded back her letters ; And my mind is in a -whirl. For by some mistake I sent her Letters from another girl. Maine, Iowa and Kansas are said to use up more cloves than any other three States in the Union. The area suitable for clove cultivation is very limited, as they require a peculiar kind of soil ; and if prohibition ever becomes a United States law they will become worth their weight in gold. "Whit's the occasion?" queried the tramp as he came to a dozen or more carriages before a home on Fourteenth avenue. "Funeral," answered one of the drivers. "Old or young?" "Baby, believe." "Good ! I struck an old man out here for a quarter the other day, and I was afraid the shock had lolled him." The following squib has its moral : "Talk about wives," said Farmer Haw buck. "I've got one wife in a million. Why, she gets up in the mornin': milks seventeen cows, and gets break fast for twenty hardworkin' men by six o'clock." "She must be a very robust woman, Hawbuck," remarked one of his hearers. "On the contrary," put in the farmer, "she is pale and delikit like. Gosh, ef that woman was strong, I dunno what work she couldn't do." A good work: "So this is where Congress sits?" said a traveling man who was going through the United States Capitol for the first time. "Yes," Mas the reply; "you want to takeoff your hat when you come in here." "Take off my hat, what for?" "Out of respect for our Congressmen and the great work they are doing." "What great work did they do last session ?" "Why er. Why, they adjourned." "So they did," said the traveler, un covering his head, "so they did. " A MIDNIGHT RAID ON A HEN-BOOST. Sambo "Now where all dem ornary dawg catenas? Bey's jist like de good fer nuthin' perleece;nebber'roun when dey's needed!" We can hardly overestimate the value of the stride made already to ward the discovery and invention of explosives that are safe for carriage and handling. Dynamite has been a source of anxiety and danger only worse than gun-cotton as that was worse than powder. But as it was with illuminating materials, so with explosives. We have in bellite a sub stance that can be thrown about roughly. A cartridge may be broken in two and burned in a fire, where it will consume slowly. It may even be lighted while held in the hand and no danger be incurred; or, what seems more wonderful, -a fragment of bellite may be fired from a gun without ex ploding when striking an iron target. Yet, fired by a detonator, the new ex plosive is far more powerful than dyna mite. Ous greatest hold on happiness, is to tread firmly and faithfully in the path of dnty; knowing and practically sub mitting to the knowledge that in seem ing loss is sometimes the greatest gain br vs. - -.-V ' rA-. "ST' ! m ' J ? All Run Down from tfas -waakMriac effect of mca waathst. ftf u-worjc.ortroeatoiulneM,xoaeedaool lamia sad blood verifier. Hood's SuapMfife gitee a good appetite, etrengthese ttewkolsssfr ten. parilas the blood, regulatee the diasstka. J; "My health two-yean ago m very poor. My; trieBds tbowki I u mine with rrara -Ub- I COBWaBAMi u! ITftnst'a Ha.-una.ril .. t. P bottlee of it, and to-day I can do ae hard a dew'' WorkeelerercoakL IteaTedmefromtbesme - vb oj : wuuu, n-auiij an. ; "-,! n. . xvawa l East Main Street, Wig. , Hood's 8a raana rills . f by a I. HOOD CO ApothrW t-ji. t4 IOO Pea On Dellar. HOME fTJ'J- Bok..eeptBc.PeB9Maal W ArttameUc. ShortAaad. te tkeiw i ArttameUc. Shortaaad. ete taer? J"?0 LS51 " 7 1- unr rates, mcnun nee: Typewriter agent: "I called to see you in reference to your tvrjewriter. Would Ton exchanse if you could get some improve- TTlTlfeV, ments'r Great Merchant: to her." "I can't. I'm engaged Confidence Man: "I should like to see Mr. Hayseed, of Hayseed vill." Hotel clerk: "He is over there at the cashier's desk. pay. ing his bill." Confidence man (sadly): "I'm too late." Omaha Belle: "Your appearance would indicate that you like to act as an escort to the ladies." Omaha beau: "Oh. thank vnn. What ia there suggests gallantry." Omaha Belle: "You are so beau-legged.,, The sunstroke .and the odor of the Chica go river are both doing business in this fa mous summer resort. They ought to neu tralizo each other, but they don't. Keller'- I.uclc Lamar (Mo.) Democrat, June 13. Having been asked many times regarding my fortunate investment in the Louisiana State Lottery, I do not object to making a statement concerning it, said A. Keller, as our reporter asked for a statement. Some time since I was a member of a club for one month and sent a couple of dollars to the Louisiana State Lottery, but without draw ing any prize. This time I sent one dollar in my own name, and received one-twentieth of ticket No, 34,281 in return. This ticket drew the third capital prize of $50,000. I sent my ticket for collection and within five days I received a draft on the Bank of Commerce at St Louis for $2,500. I have not used the money yet. I am well pleased with my investment of one dollar. Of coarse I was delighted. I have determided to in vest this money in real estate, and hope to double it by another fortunate investment. The Lottery company certainly dealt fairly with me, and I shall patronize them again. First Cadet. "Did you ever smell pow der?" Second Cadet: "Yes." F. C: "IVhere?" S. C: "On a Vassar girl." In the restaurant Gus: "Is that a West phalia ham you are eating?" Fitz: "No; it came from Maine. It is an eist-failure." Mrs. Hashcroft: "There has been another coffee panic, I see." BilJings: "Yes. This coffee seems to have had all the life scared out of it long ago." Miss Admire: "What a frightful experi ence Mr. Dare must have had at Johnstown. Was he frightened, or did he keep cool?" Fearless (who was with him): "Cool? Why, he was so cool his teeth chattered." First Speculator. "Another gold mine discovered in Michigan, I see. Big one thi3 time." Second Speculator. "Ye. the uninhab itable swamp of the particular settler who wants to self is twice the usual size." Used to dating ahead Bazzle: "I don't understand how young Quill gets so mixed, on dates. The other day I met him and he said it was nice weather for September." Dazzle: "That's easily explained. He's a bill clerk." Convicted beggar: "Your Honor; could n't you change my sentence of imprison ment to a fine?" Judge: "No; that I cannot do. And would you get the money if I did?" C. B.: "I could beg a little every day till I had enough." Another eugagement" has been broken, merely because the young man, in the full ness of his affections wrote: "I used to be troubled with nightmares, but since we met they have entirely left me, and instead of them I now dream of you." 'Papa, is Queen Victoria in the soup, the Irisa too? "Hot exactly. She's in stew." When Baby wae sick, we gave her Cartons, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clang to Cactoria, When she had Children, Sho gave them Gaetoria, Sherirs Sale. Fmok th Bboiff 8-' Scfir, a ttni(bt lOe Haras 8 gar for 3c Mr. Hobbs: "I see tnat a Newport (Pa.) farmer has a hairless calf on exhibition. What a remarkable freak that is." Mrs. Hobbs: "Remarkable! Why, yoo are baldheaded yourself, John." What in the world is the use of sitting; around waiting for something to turn up. You might just as well sit down in the mead ow and wait for the cow to come up to be milked. Get up and shake yourself and make no your mind to turn ud something If you have nothing definite in your mind, then write to B. F. Johnson & Co. , Richmond, Va., and they will tell you a thing or two that will make you jump for joy. It is much more pleasant to live in New York than it is in Boston, because New York people don't know so much and they talk about it leas. Black Ingratitude. Mother: "Dar, now, x I done tole you not to play widdem white ! childens. Dey lick all de 'lasses off jer 5j? bread and den call yer nigger." -. fc- "WpII aaul Wnrrttf VialA .. 1. V v.- "V I rT, , .'?r. ""i1 "K"t hubs ov v-i two balls and a bat." & J m t4 ATOfVW 41 4liA MW-natj. ffl M A u ouuec cutua see mmseu as ocners ? see him, he would not be cross-eyed. '-S ; t-d txi ,a ,. .. ., .?: Ttunmanfaa J..tk J 41..- 5?' 1 . v oua B UUtU OUU UJCfll Uf 3 $. xick ior nigner wages. r A person with false teeth seldom eatseorar' from the ear. - . A. M. PRIEST. Drninriat. sywiuv -lad., says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure nt2 jjef satisfaction. Can get 'pleas? ef fev pui nun. via n rtimosrials, as it cares even lit." DroggiMellit,75c every one wt tefcsf , 75c. &?&? . t 21 -,rkr jf "W &! m "1 vj -M ?ai si m - . , 3.?t: Sfc cz- - a--ri. rxs -o -2 mMii&IMmMimdMji ?:.