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fcViYA. -. INDIAN 'jCfcUMTOftT.
fH6 PR0QRE3S OF MAN.
Ear v the. lei at our fathers, the-lion ot the
' iMaiUlki) acratohlngtbn earth tor nlnard
. t tint ftf her f rillL
WtdetfR thoclollt of tho hlllt, In lh hollow
a Jrjfapyireo-injui winwt m i . ,
fororfai; IsTtJiS rloomi ot tho care starTingl
WNr ' I.- '
lih'cUcrltsi. weaponless, wenk, ri hnjrgard nJ
WAftderlnif brood ,
Festred 6y tliS brand of the inn, by tho whirl
triad seatltrtd nnd tested,
llnled lit tlrjlu of the ttiaw, whelmtd bythe
rlrvrs th flood, ? ,
listed by' the sconrgi ot thu Itorra, scarred
ui tho iter.erfiX trail.
A wratehed itnd barbarous race, unskilled, el
V s thst mercy ol ill,
, f In Invito, to escape front Itsfoos to tho hld.rtff
' -plnetof 'tboilendi
Hnatcd of Lunger and lean, whose lifo was a
From th il-1 of Iho wumb to the dink ot
the Rrava through the shadow of dread.
Dal vol wa are canning and strong, we tare
made all wliuora our ownt
K J4 tf.et . MUll '
Wo have mnMarad alt arts, we hare tooli and
.jrnlmtnt andjrgof orerheed.
laiign ai tne tinea: orjin
tithe Hlni,w daaco
nil too brute oTcrthrdnn,
IVltlt hit akin we hare clothed nt about,
with bit nesh Vo hare tilled ut and fed.
Our tathert, the cowering men ot the ctret,
wcje the cafl-bear'a prey;
They Oed him, we keek him, tho tftowa with
hit blood, not onn, ahall be dyed.
Wo rottow hli irackt thrduglt tho drift, hal ha!
wo tpear him and tlay,
Yoratoa tne fat ot hit rlbt, wo comfort
' our tolnt with hli hide.
O trarrelout projrett of roanl 0 race ot un
Wkpeakahla craft) '
O tfrlUtrt ot Are trqiri tho heart ot tho rock
, jnatonunatq hourl
tVho,hiTe fitted th sharpened flint to the won
dcrtul plso-wood haft;
In Ho day of your weaknett and want who
drcMnlot the day ot your power!
It. a Traill. In llottoa TrantcllpV
' W H
Tho PrloDd Uo Found at tho Top
or a Tolojrraph Pole.
1111 Va very vrwll known In n cor
tnln qunrtonr-nnd not tho plotunntosit
qnrtrtcr, olthor of n, certain grunt
city, lio 'clitrollcd tho vrlros of tho
- Juistorn Union TiJocniph Company
for htitiut hnlt n tnllo ulong Hirer
atrcot, a nnrrow, tllrty thoroughfuro
llnptl with Intl.toncmont-liouscj, whoso
vory windows nnd atnlrways told of
tho povortystrlckcn condition of most
of tho families thnt dwolt thcroln. .
, lllll was alarRO, lanivy follow, with
bl(.hnnils nnd foot nnd a face thnt was
usliariiasn rocc nnd as brown ns a
Ixirry, through years of exposure to
tun, wind nnd rain. Tho clothes ho
woro woro not made to order, nnd by
tho tlmo Hill got to wearing thorn -.t
his worlc thoy woro by no moans nar.
Upon his hond In th- summor ho gort
crnlly woro an enormous tcn-oont
etrnw hut, and In winter ho pulled an
old rabblt-n'icln cap down over his cars.
Ills loot nil tho year round ho onensed
In monster-boots, to which ho strapped
his climbers. For tho rest of his atllro
ho usually woro a heavy bluo flannol
shirt and jean trousers fastened by a
broad belt that hold his tools, to which
in cold weather ho added a rough pilot
There really was nothing rcmark
nblo about Hill tho Lineman's nppoar
unco, and yet u kcon observer might
iinvo noticed u morry twinkle at times
In his grny eye, nnd kindly lines play
ing about his largo mouth but then,
tho donticns of Illver stroet were not
in the habit ot studying tho counte
nances of thoio who worked In their
midst. So, to thorn, Hill was n com
mon ovory-day workman, who minded
his own businoss up in tho cross-arras
whilo ihoy attended to theirs In tho
etoros upon tho street below.
Indeed, nil the store-kcopoi. and
thslr customers woro to vory busy
thnt not ono of them romnrked tho
fact that thoro was a certain polo up
which lllll tho Llnomtn stayed every
day, oscopt Sunday, for several mln
utos eomotlmcs remulning aloft as
long as a quarter of un hour al
though tho nvorago condition of the
. .' Irjps,, insulators und cross-arms at
that polo was ns good as tho rest of
Tho why and wherefore of Hill's
strnnga prodllcctlon for polo number
774 was on this wUo: Tho long cross
,. arms of tho pole in question woro vory
closo tp;a window ou tho fourth story
of n -hubby tenoment house. Tho
frame of this window was qulto
crooked and tho squares of glass woro
uxcoedlngly small and full of cracks,
while two at least of them had such
largo holes that brown paper had been
pasted over them to koep out tho wind
nnd tho rain.
For nearly two yoars tho room which
that window dimly lighted had been
unoccupied, nnd Hill had long since
urrivod at tho conclusion that It would
navor again bo rented. Hut one day
towards tho closo of a dreary winter
ho noticed that tho unbrokon squares
ot gloss had been rubbed bright and
clean, and, looking through tho win
dow, bo poroelved that tho floor of the
room had been well scrubbed.
"Ah!" thought Hill, "now nolgh
bur, ehl" UU1 nlwuys considered tho
lolkb who occupied rooms nwir his
poles as bis own espeoiul neighbors.
"Well," he mattered, 'pears they
nln'vt fond of dirt, and I'm gluaof
Tho very next day thero was another
surprise In store for Dill tho Lineman.
Un tho sill of the crooked window was
a long, narrow green box, and, al
though it hold nothing but brown
earth (It being too cold yet forplnnts),
Dill judged tnat the now tenant was
partial to flowers. And ho was glad
't that too, for Dill liked flowers him
self, because they reminded him of his
old homo in tho Derkshlrr Hills.
.'Tho lineman was now anxious to
' soe who tho new tenant might bo, but
-his curiosity In that direction was
doomed to disappointment Nover, in
nil the,, many times that Dill after
wards climbed tho tall toleg ph pole,
did ho once boo through the window
the 'Qtfnor of tho hands that scrubbed
tho floor and cleaned the glass and
placed tho flower box upon tho win-
uui wioro Tory long no did seo a
face at tho window such a woo. wan
.-little faco It h too so palo and yet
go pleasing the faco ot a little girl,
porhap noTcn or eight yeara old. 1)1(1
saw that she was a cripple, lying upon
an adjustable Invalid's chair, and.
tiq Uneruun turnod his hood from the
vrhlto faca, situ its large, sad oyos.
something fal from hi brown and
roughened. cbok to the sldowalk; bo
low, whuro It made a Wet spot about
smi V1T ,f twentyflvHMt piooo.
Iter ti-i4tfUl Ot le. crippled child
rHafasie4 MtemQptai la site heart niitl
sftia at Dill tb I,lerdaa that were
4r Wr tlum vwfot au4 always
f? if. j -
Ton yeofs boforo, When Dill was a
strapping yomig follow In JVeiiorn
Mnssachusotts, ho had marbled ono of
tho prdtllcst glHs In tlm villngc, Jllll
was. proud ot hla girl wife and loved
her very dearly, ifo wits fc happy
follow Indeed whtm thoro camo to his
homo a baby girl nnd his lovo for tho
tiny thing was socond only to his riN
feollon for tho baby's nidltior. Soon
after tho Ilttld ono camo Hilt movod
to tho City, whore ho had obtained
employment, nnd tho a nil his bnd luck
camo to him.
Ills wife, who hnd boon so neat n
house-wilo, gradually cbanged Into tv
slattornly gadabout Sho road chonp
story pnpors nnd went to Iho mallncoa
nt tho thlrd-rato thontors, 7hllo hor
homo nnd hor child, ns well us poor
Dill, woro r.llogotlior noglootod. Hill
was boildo himself with grlof, nnd hnd
it not boon for tho baby, which ho
wntchod, tondod nnd played with all
through his lolsuro hours, possibly ho
might Iinvo dono something rockloss.
One day while Hill wns nt work tho
cnrolots wife nnd mother, engrossed
in u dlmo novel, dropped tho baby
from hor lap, nnd tho llttlo una Was
hopelessly crippled by llitt tall. When
Hill camo homo nnd learned tho truth
ho cried like n child with grief. Ho
fretted all tho night, nnd in tho morn
ing romnlnod rtwoy from his work
that ho might hold tho baby, laid upon
n pillow, in his arms. Ofton tho tears
would roll down his cheeks, but ho
never onco scolded or ropronohed his
At last, overcome with romorso nnd
unnblo to enduro tho sight of hor hus
band's g let nnd her child's pain, tho
girl (sho ras but twenty) put c4i hor
lint nnd wont out, to return no more
to her homo.
For six years tho poor follow tendor
ly oared for his baby, but when tho
llttlo girl was seven yoars old sho
died, nnd UUI Was loft without any
comfort ut nil.
Tho lineman had boon nlone for
threo years when ho behold the fnco
ot tho llttlo child nt tho crooked win
dowa faca that opened Old sears, but
which none- tho less swelled Dill's
tender heart With kindly sontlmcnts
toward tho llttlo cripple.
Heforo ho went down ho nodded
cheerily to tho girl, nrd it sent n
thilK of pleasure through tho hjg fol
low when tho win faco answered his
greeting by a faint smllo. For many
days lllll nodded from tho cross-arms
to his llttlo nolghbor, nnd ho felt ns
though thoy woro realty getting qulto
Soon tho spring time camo, and ono
warm, sunny day tho lower sush of
the urookod window wns thrown up,
while tho child loaned forwurd as it
to lnhnlo nnd enjoy to tho full tho
sweet balmy air of the Mny morning.
Thon tho ncqunlntanco ot Dill and the
small, palo-facod cripplo was bogun in
"That's good," said tho lineman,
after nodding as usual. "You want
some ot this fresh air to bring baok
tho roses to thoso llly-whlto cheeks.
How does my llttlo nolghbor feel to
day?" At first tho child only smilod, as shy
children will. In rosponso to her
strango friend's remarks and lnquir
lea, but boforo vory long this bashful
ness woro away and then tho girl chat
ted frocly to tho big man on tho lofty
Down in tho street tho people nnd
tho tonms hurrlod to nnd fro, but
forty foot ubovo them Dill tho Line
man and tho tiny child convorsed to
gether with ns much privacy n
though they had boon in tho quiet nnd
secluded parlor1 ot a country house.
From tho child Hill loarncd that her
namo was MUllc and that her aunt
her good aunt, sho always called her
was obliged to leave her alono all
through tho day because sho worked
In a big factory, where thoy made
men's nook -ties nnd such tilings. The
child seemed to know nothing about
father or mother; as long as she could
remember she had been with her
"good aunt," who was with hor ovory
evening und all through tho long Sun
days. Dill, ns may bo Imagined, possessed
some fine feelings, though ho was but
a. lineman. Nothing could havo In
duced him to Intrudo on the privacy
of this good woman, who was evident
ly poor, yet who. In her poverty,
cared so woll for tho child that was,
apparently, not her own. So Hill nl
ways timed his useent of polo No. 77-1
in tho foronoon, nbotit ton or eleven
o'clock, whon It was tolorubly certain
that tho woman would be at the fac
tory, and ou Sunday ho never went up
at all oxcopt for a moment qulto osrly
in tho day.
Tho child from tlmo to tlmo asked
Dill a hundred questions about his
work and tho telograph, and sho was
particularly interested in the muslo of
tho wires, whloh mumured so sweet
ly all tho time, like an teollan harp.
And Dill, who was a splendid story
tollor having umused his own little
girl in days gono by with his original
tales told hor that tho good fairies
mado tho muslo on tho wlrM. Ho ox
plained, too, how meaiges nro sent
by telegraph and, for tier nraui
ment, would frequently pluoe his ear
to an insulator and relate a pretty
story, whleh he made believe was
passing over tbo wires.
Yes, indeed, they were great friends,
were Dill the Lineman and little
Millie, and after they hud been uo
qunintod a few months it is hard to
say whleh would havo missed tho
other most Dill was always taking
the child something. Ono day when
he swung himself up tho polo his big
belt vtould bo bulged out with a
flower pot containing a choice and
fragrant plant At another time his
hip pocket would- be filled with a
pro'tty box ot chocolate drops or ho
would carry, by tho handlo placed be
tween his tooth, a basket of rlpo
peaches. Sometimes it would bo a
picture book, but always on Saturdny,
If on no othor day, Dill wo uld take his
llttlo nolghbor somothlng.
Dut it grioved Dill Borely whon ho
noticed thnt tho summer sunshine and
tho fresh air passing through tho open
window failed to bring tho roses to the
palo cheeks of tho crippled child, und
ho almost wished bo might somehow
get acquainted with tho "good aunt"
nnd propose in somo wuy to send
Millie to the seashore nt hjs own ex
pense. Ho spont many hours each day
In turning over this idoa in his mind,
but Dill was vory reserved and disliked
to force his aoqualnlapce upon
One Saturday In September Dill, as
usual, climbed polo No, 77-t, taking
with him u basket of luscious pears.
He bad to stand ut the extreme end of
the longest crdjs-nrm to be able to Bet
the basket la tho window, and as ha
dW this MUlie, who was not feeling so
wall su usual, il ta'blmt n
fr'j W T ( f f if vistsftF y
J- - muj. jtJ ura.'.
, , "li'
'Do sou tnlnlr. .volt could touch bvc
nnd kiss inolr Jfou'ro so good hnd kind
I should like to thnnk you, sir, hnd nil
I can givo you is n klw."
Dili wanted to say somothlng In re
ply, but ho couldn't do lt-US IcU too
"choky." Ho inanngod to loan over,
however his foot on tho cross-arm
nnd his hands upon tho wlndow-slll,
whilo his lnnk body spnnnod tho spaco
botwoon. Ho klssod tho soft whlto
ohook ot the dollcnle child, while she
whlsporod In his onrt
! e'poso ybd novof boar on tho
wires mossngOs from tho angels for
mor" sho nskod, childlike, but, oh, so
How tlta words did cut lntd Dill's
honrt, for ho had grown strangely at
tached to his little friend. Ho feared
tbnt all too soon tho nngol ot donth
Would carry n mossngo to tho holplcss
llttlo wlpplo but ho hopod not Just
yoU Ho gulpod down tho lUInp thnt
roso In his throat and answered as
plciunntiy ns possible
"Well, my dear, they hain't sent no
mossago to you, not direct; o'lt often I
hear 'em, thoso blossod nngels what
watch over all llttlo ohlldrum ttnd
thoy snys to 'nioi 'lllll, you must try
nnd rrtntio It p'lonsnnt for thnt there llt
tlo Mllllo. Sho has a tough tlmo of It
n-lyln' thoro so qulot and patlont day
after day; so you must go up that polo
o' your'n and seo hor ovory day and
cheer her up n bit. And thoso blessed
nngols tolls mo. 'you'll find yotl'rtt n
happy mnn, Dllli if so bo you can win
tlld lovo of that there little gal.' " .
"Ah, well,'' said tho child, H Dill
flnlshod, "I'm glhd Iho nngols think
nbotll ine, nnd If I could I would toll
them that you're vory 0od to mo, sir.
I do lovo you n groat doab Will you
kiss mo again boforo you go?"
So onco moro Hill tho Llnoman kissed
tho crippled girl and thon doscondod
to tho sidewalk.
Tho noxt day, it bolng Sunday, Dill
did not seo Millie, but on Monday
morning, ns Usual, ho bllinbcd ltolo
number 774. H was ft bright, sun
shiny dny In oarly autumn, but tho
tonumont houso wns on tho onst sldo ot
tho stroet, so that curtains, whorothay
hud such luxurlos, woro nover drawn
In the forenoon. .Up wont Hill, eager
to seo tho child, und ho noticed beforo
ho wns hnlf-wny up thnt the window
was up to Its usual holght, but thoro
was no pnln llttlo faco to gl'eot hlul.
Perhaps Mllllo s "good aunt wns
at homo? Woll, Hill thought ho would
tako Just n hasty glance to satisfy him
self, and then hurry down. Ho lis
tened for n momont, but ho heard no
sound of footsteps or of voices n tho
quiet room. So ho peered through
tho opon window nnd there, only n few
feet back, ho saw n small, whltocoflln.
He was unnblo to seo tho face in tho
casket, but lllll tho Llnoman, knew
only too well that n messngo from tho
nngels had como to Mllllo slnco he
klssod hor on Saturday morning.
Tho truth flashed upon tho poor fel
low painfully enough nnd '.ho shook
was so severe that It was only force of
habit thut enabled htm to retain his
foothold on tho oross-urm. He was
dated for several minutes nnd could
not tako his dimmed oyes from tho llt
tlo whlto coftln all alono In tho qulot
room. Ho tromblcd with mental und
physical ngitatlon nnd wns weak as n
woman when ho commenced his de
scent of tho tall pole.
It was with much difficulty that ho
struck tboclimbersintothehnrd wood,
to get n foothold, nnd hl hands ro
fused to glvo him tho support of their
usual firm grip. Half way down his
feeble strength completely fulled him,
and ho fell moro than twenty feet to
tho stone sidewalk. Insensible, nnd
with a broken leg poor Hill lay there,
whllonknot ot idlers and passers-by
gathered about him.
"Hill the Lineman taken a tumble
at last!" exolatmod the grocoryman
from the corner, whilo Dill's frlond,
the policeman, telephoned for the hos
Dill the Lineman did not die, but ho
was confined In the hospital for many
weeks. The pain of his bruises nnd
bis fractured limb did not hurt him
nearly as much us did his grief when
ho thought ot the little oh lid at the
tenement house window, and of the
small white oofnn whloh he had seen.
He could not forget Mllllo nnd tho kls
with which she had thanked him.
One day, when ho was getting along
pretty well. Dill's nurse said to him!
There's .i young Woman would like
to ceo you. She says she's 'Mllllo't
aunt' and that you will know her by
"Millie's good aunt," murmured
Dill to himself. "Yes," he added
aloud, "I should llko to seo her,
Whon, a moment later, "Millie's
aunt," stood bosldo the sick man's
bedside. Dill could searoely believe hie
eyes. Indeed, ho was so doubtful of
his own vision that ho was afraid to
speak his thoughts. Dut the woman,
who was still young nnd quite good
looking threw her arms about his neok
and sobbed as she kUsed bis rough,
unshaven faeo again and again.
"Oh. Hill." she said, "will you for
give me, can you? I am Millie's aunt
I took tho child, a llttlo orlppled waif,
to care for, in memory of onr own
baby that I oh, Dill, forgive for
"I wanted to ooma back to you and
the baby many times, only I was
ashamed. Dut I have lived an honest
life. Dill, and I am truly sorry for all
the badness and wiokedness of yeart
ago. And now, dear Dill, for out
baby's sake for llttlo Millie's sake,
too will you lot mo show you how
good a wife I can make you?"
And Hill the Lineman, whose tears
wore by this time mingling with those
of his wife, throw his big arm around
hor and forgave her tho easier, I
think that sho was Mllllo's "good
Well, lllll the Lineman, is no more,
liut In a neat telegraph cabin on a
railroad in tho Uerkshlie Hills there
is a big-bearded operator whom hit
wife calls nilL nnd whenever you soe
UUI, the operator, you may be sure
that not vory far owuy Is his two-year-old
daughter Mllllo. William
IL & Atktnscn.in Philadelphia Times.
New York City's Horses.
Mayor Grant, of Now York, has as
certained tbnt the city owns 781 mors
or less noblo steeds. Thoro are 355
used by tho flro department, ISO bv
tho police nnd 109 by the jitroot-cloan-log
department. Tbctt animals cos)
f &X,0& 19, tho police bursas costing
(250 and tho flro department (330 each.
It cotti 28 cents a day to koep n flro
dopurtniout borso nnd about -78 cent
for thoso used by tho strcet-cloanlug
department Breeder's Gawtte,
-Evergreens ot all kinds ro
vlfloealeJ ty an application of
'.a. iv M -&.la..a. V.aKd
-ip, fm -- tf
TWO HIGHLAND DOGS.
Tliry Make til Amiable Aftrrcytent and
l'rooteil la Hb LoUbf Fan. .
Tho shepherd was hcodihtinnlett by
Bno Of ViU dogs, ft wiry, long-logged
nondescript, hnlt gray-hound, half
colllo, only "n fairly-good tlncp dog,"
his innstor confessed, but from coal
black muzzlo to tip of tall ns gaiuo u
bit of stuff with vermin ns over
tncklcd fox or bndgor. I, too. had my
ring Yarrow, n thoroughbred eolllrj, tit
licul, by constant cbinpnlUoil Hi all
lny mountain unndorlngs. nnd theso
two dogs, having met and mado friends
With ench olhbr during otjr brlof hnlt
ht Loch-nnri-hnsgan. bait evidently,
llko tho old ctJUplo In tbs humorous
song "Tho harrlng o' tho Door,"
"mado n paction 'tbon thorn twn"
that thoy must havo n bit of fun on
tholr own nocotipt, It only Sl HuboH
should irovo kind und Botnothtng
turned up in tho courso ot tho day's
'excursion. Hint thoro was somo such
pnctlon Is certain. Horo woro a couplo
of dogs that had novcrinotbeforos nnd
nftcr h llttlo confnbulntlnrl. wtillb
RPatrid rill It trfttisv knoll bv tho tarn.
thoy had communlcntod tholr Ideas to
each othor in a measure sufficient to
bring nbotit tho hcnrtlost co-opcratlon
In gottlnp, out of the day's excursion
all tho cnnlno enjoymont postlblo. My
Ynrrow, although tho hotter bred,
nnd, so to speak, tho moro aristocratic
iW of the two, had evidently con
sented to play second flddlo for tho dny,
agreeing, hs was very soon ovldont,
that tho shepherd's nondoscrlpt
ftlldso llalflo. by tilo Wny, Was Torm
should act as leader in get
ting nil tho fun nnd oxclto
mont posslblo out of tho day's
ramble for no othor reason I could
think of than that Torm was woll ac
quainted with tho ground, nnd know
better, porhnps, than nny other dog In
thu country what amount ot fun was
likely to bo got out dt such nri excur
sion nnd Ho best to find It Very
nmlcnbly, ns wo could bcc, and sldo by
side tho dogs trotted on ahead of us,
until from the rugged uplands wo do
sronded Into tho glon beyond, with its
broad grass meadows and clumps of
budding birch nnd nlders. Horo, with
a look from Torm that seomod meant
to remind his companion of their pre
concerted understanding by tho bnrn,
thoy commenced to hunt about with
great keennoss, quartering tho ground
very prettily nnd dotormlned to havo
It out If thoro was any thing worth
tho chasing In underwood brako, or
tuft of bent, dr eluiup of rushes for
half a mllo around. A hnro was soon
started which, in n fair chase, thoy
coursed nnd lost. Dut when by nnd
by nnothor hnre wns rushed
from hor form by Yarrow, Torm was
nlrendy In tho pass by which a hnro
started ih the meadows was pretty
sura to attompt un esenpo into the
hlghor ground boyond, nnd thero ho
crouched until tho hnro, having easily
distanced Yarrow, was close at hand,
when, with hnlt n dozen big bounds, he
was upon her with n snap that laid
Lor dead at hts feet. When Yarrow
0B.U10 up it was amusing to soe how
good-nnturedly Torm encouraged him
to givo tho hnro a supororogatory
shako by wny of making sure that she
was dead, and then allowed him the
honor of carrying and laying hor nt
our feet, as wo rosted n little and ma
tured our plans, sitting on n heathery
knoll by tho stream. Good Words.
. A gooso with sovornl links of n
gold chain In its cruw wns killed nt
San Lucas, Cat., recently.
Venom Inhaled with the Air
And Imbibed with the water of a malarious
locality, has still a certain antidote. Kxnarl
enco sanctions confidence In liostutler'a
Btomach Hitters as a prevcntlvo of this
scourge. All over this continent and ia tho
tropics it baa proved Itself a certain moans
of defense, and an eradioant of Intermittent
and remittent fevers and other forms of
miusma-born disease. Nor is It less effect
ive for kidney troubles, constipation,
rneumausm ana nervousness.
Persoxu, cleanliness Is essential. Datho
onco a week Hatha to bo of the some tern
pcraturo at tho bodr. ilatbing enables the
tkln to throw off effete milter, cautlngtbo
dead and useless epidermis to peel off.
PROrxa iud tutadent clothing should be
worn; that which Is loose, light and warm.
Light colors for rummei, dark for winter.
Iamnter weara flannel bandage about the
IVumstox. Ftontn, Bept th. 1S34
Messrs. A. T. BiULUXHcaoEnA: Co.
Itocbester, l'a. Venti. I havo tried
the bottle ot Pills, for Malaria, sent me,
with tbo taost wonderful results; ons dose
cured a cose ot two months' standing.
1'Ieose send mo one dozen by mail, Im
mediately, with some adveruslng matter.
J. r. KpriatoN,
Dealer la Qonerat Merchandise.
Woxss do with their accruing years
what misers da with their money the moro
they bare the greater palng they tako to
conceal the foot.
Wiiiw Dobbins' Electric Boap was first
made In 1WI It oust 3) mIj i fxir. It Is vrt-
tl ettf the same inredrenta ar.d quality ""
and dMra't cmt Iviif. Uuy it of your grocer
and preserro your ctotbes.
A New Yoek nun has Invented aa elec
trical twitch, and somebody aucftetU that it
It about time for the small boy to bcgla to
FontvrcntT fire cents,you can get Carter's
Mute Liver tills the bst liver regulator la
theworld. Don't forcet this. Ooopillndosa
poultry have full range as soon as
feathered, fleetjr of exercise will make
them lunvo better, grew fitter and keep
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV. Spt.S.
CATTLB RMpplOffstaws ...M l 4 SO
Ilataher atews .... SiJ as 4 13
N'aUreews. 131 ft StO
IIOOS Olloee beary. I u) & I M
WHEAT Ko.Jrad 66 ft UH
h'o.Jlo(t WO M
coft.s--No.t ti its a
OATS-No.1 IS ft IT
ItVK No. fJHti S3
FLOUK-PatCBts, per sack. .. 1 0) ft S It)
IIAY-llaled IW ft 0 00
UUTTHIt-Cholce creamerr.. 10 U II
CUKBSi:-uU cream S ft T
Kaos-Cbstes It a llii
UACON Hams IV Q 10vi
Bhoalders I Q H
Bklst TO I
LAUD CUSS t
l'OTATOKB SO O W
CATTLE Shipping-lU-ert . ..
CATTLE Shlppins steers....
HllllEP-i'alr to choice 40)
VLOUlt-Wlnter whoat 4 44
OATB Nu9 WHO
ItYE-No. S (I U
llUTTKO-Creainerr U O
OATTLB Oommon Ui prims.
Itoas-dood to choice
WHEAT No. tired
OATS- WeUra mixed
BUTTKU-Vcmi7 . .. .,
ViUd ,,,. ,,..
u W I. - f Wr Mf .
yy?.i,tJyrtWiiwf-tciyj y .
. . w- . , . twt-.--.j..- ..
The Best Testimonial
I published tftr any blood mSdlolne Is the
'n)li)uimnU of tho manufacturers of
. Piarrd'a Orthlon Medical Discovery.
nnlr-h VR-rruri! thstwomlarftil mcdlrino to
bonclll or euro III all cake ht ttiwo illume
for 'Allien It is rcoommcnuoii, or monoy am
for It will bo returned It cures nil diseases
arising from n torpid liver Bnd Impure blood
and their names are leflttm. All Bkln, Bcalp
and Bcrofulons affocllons, Eruptions, Bores
and Bwolllngs, Bilt-rheum, Tottor, Erysip
elas and kindred diseases, ore amonK those
In which tho "Dlteovsry'' effootod marvsb
.When vorjlhltift elsa.fAils, br-fjaRo's
Catnrrlt Deuiodycurssi BOfcents, oyflrog-
. ICKtaxn geouraphlcnlly belongs to Amer
ica, but is considered by somo at belonging
to Europe because dt Its early dlscov cry In
tub Molli century A. 1i . .
ftlacnra Pntlt In Art,
Michigan Coutrnl, "Tho Hlngnra
" has nubllshed n rcmnrkauiy
flno reproduction 0
Graham's water color
M rJlaiHi Kalis. .A limited number will be
furnished tho publio nt no co.its tarm wiiion
Is much less than tholr commercial or
artistic value, but not moro than two copies
will bo sent to any one address. Bond
postal noto or money order for tho amount
to O. W. IU'ooi.ks, tlon'l Toss, and Ticket
Agent, Chicago, 111.
Jat Qoolo, Alonro Heed nnd Mrs. Ucorge
Wcsllnghouto went to school together.
Thoy wore all comparatively pour la those
MrsronTUMB In nlno times out of ton Is
limply nnothor namo for laziness, or bad
mnnnirnrrtnnt. nnil It ronllr Isn't OOV tlllnff
to your credit to be croaking all tho tlmo
about misfortune. A . ,
If you hAf o pq employment, or, are being
poorly paid for tli6 tvBIK younro dolnf then
wrlto to II. P. Johnson & Co., of Hlrbmoridt
Va., nnd they will show you how to trans,
form Mlss-fortuno into Madame-forluuo.
fkil.nEH sweet mllh and cooked rice will
stop diarrhea In chickens. Avoid fllvluff
sloppy food when la this condition.
Do rot suffor from slckhcadachoamo
mcntlonger. It Is not necessary, Cartcr'a
lilttlo Liver Tills will cure trou. Iloso, one
llttlo pill. BmoU price. Bmall doso. Broall pm.
Tns King ot Italy appointed Mr. Thomas
A. uJiivu. Vfbsn visiting Europe, a Brand
officer ot tho Urdor of tbo Crown of Italy. '
Keep tho pores opents essential to health.
Glenti's Kullitnir Binp does this.
Ulll's Hair and VYiiUKo:
Dy Hi cents.
Tut follow who writes. "And so I love
tho old piano still," voiced tho sentiments
of an BstoclshlnKly largo numbor of people.
The most prominent phvslclnns In tho city
smoko and rocommond "Tunsllrs Punch.
Wuem etrss aro tho solo object, no males
nro required. Hens often lay letter with
out them and ckrs keep fresh longer.
lr afflicted with Bore Eyes uso Dr Isaab
rhonipsoa'sEyo Water Iirutfcistacllit.Sod
Mrs. Hl'iirnnrr Winn, Miss Olive
Bchreincr and Mrs. Margaret Dcland aro
callbd the sgnostio trinity.
Best, easiest to uso and cheapest. TisoM
Remedy for Catarrh, llv druKKists. 600.
, A cat that will drink beer Is es6 of the
curiosities ot Calumet, O. -
Voattkellood't Btnspsrllla. It yon hare Impure
blootl.btro lott your appute, htre thtt tired f '
Inn or are troubled by tick headache. drwl or
bllioutneii It hat arcnuipllthtil wonders for
tbouTimltof tmittfj people, an J, If sltea a fair
trial. t reatonablr certain to to jou ro-nj.
' 1 hate been rrmiwul a rt dl with head- j
echo, had no ar-peutc. tu ttreneth. rind t Nt at mean
at any one ouuM. a.id bo about rar wurk linra
tiklmr II-kkIi i-triap Hit 1 hate net had the ht.l
ache, ray fotxt htt rellihe.1. and t med to do me
good.andlhaTeltit mrteir growinn tironaere"
ery day " M, A. STUXMAX, Vi Ouiad Atcnue,
oUbyalldniMUtt. ft. tlxforM. Prepared only
by C I. U'KMiJtCO-Apothecarlea, Lowell, Matt,
100 Doses One Dollar
THE BEST INVESTMENT
for the Family, School, or Profeislontl Library.
VOtOTlOHAJty? ,rSOF Pl
His been lor 1117 years Standard
at A Ut an
Autnonty 111 m uov t mnting
Office ci U.S. Supreme Court.
.. . 1.. .. w
HMH SUIT EeuTinfuHauTJH Matn
Snp'ts of Schools ail Lbe luitti
Hearlj all tie School Books ptth
M i tills toimtrr arc based upon
Webster, u itlested In Ue ladlUKficlNl
3000 more Words aid nearly
2000 more Engravings tin W
otter AierlcaB Dlctloiar7.
GET TELE BEST.
Soil by all Ilooktellcrs. IllntUatt d Pamphltt
.lh specimen laet. ctc et,( free.
C. A C. HEaRlAM iCO., Pub'rs,Pprtcelleld, Mats.
.,.--., .....-. - .
Ely's Cream Balm
IS WORTH SI00O TQM
Annl v Halm Into each nottrlL tV'i
ixt mioi, u vrinu su. a.T Last
For Hale ur Miehana;. a beautiful retl-
uenre property or Hva
n.,iirr.niriiT. uura.. u. i. T..f.,.K
310 tVctinlltliatreel. Kantat City. Jlu.
lin 1IC tICDr. BooiMl.r.l'mn.lilr,lriIh
nUr.lC "'" """.rM .if l.mu.iUi luglil
tiiiwi iintuntrM aaiisratuLu.es, t.t.,i.r.
O .ius-,v rS'To-.
COMMERCIAL BIOCK. Cor. tltti aid ftila Ttretlj,
All Knclltb .nd Ojmmtrotal llr.neh.., 1'hunotf
raphr. Tyn. Wr-HInt-, te . taught at lcrw.it rat
Novacallcnt i'mwnnomtm lit turn 10 vltlt
ol addrMt tula Co!1ik before sotoc tHtewhtre.
SIII.1 rOI.LLnGurl.ltT.rMea-.. K.IIT.rrab.
in ui it. kuructtitraaaai.uo- in, Lou-anv,
VnllHR MFU lM"a T'lttr.pbr tn.t lln:r..4
I VWMM ,1IW, A. .til t IUtll!ni
I A-.tit't Hunt! h.r. anil t in
Wril.J It 11IU11YN. Allla.M
(lag, fen er (Mil pmisjaa
I MIIIIMIIIIMIW Ileal lllll III I I"" '"--fTtrr,r,''",!,"' miTiri
B sBssJsffJjRV'.''JJ MifatlsfaT' lllstal IsPP " A " D
r ' , , m ' -. '&
DIBO'H ItE11110 VOW CATAltltHBcst. Easiest
2T to use. I'licapcst. ltellcf Is Iramwllato. A euro Is
certain, for Cold In the
UU n Ointment, ot wlilcli a small particle Is appllfil
to too nostrils. I'rico, 60c- Kold by .lruffgUU or sent
tjruvOL Mixttif E. T, JUxtLTie, fuica, l's,
HAnH'MO' """" n '"
OOLD MEpAb, PAK18, lofti
"V. BAKER & CO.'S
li tibiotuttlu pure ntiu
II It toluiU.
tr inn! it Hi r"irilloft. tl Ui
m un it. ri M rf '
lutot mliKl wllk SUMi Arrutrotl
oi Snjif. !t4 It ttmrort I" roon
ftonomlett Wf -li ! thn tm fnl
rv II It drlkloul, nourtiMng,
tfulhln. r.AMLT DlQMTtn,
,n-l tdmlntrtr td,plxl for InttlUi
rt r'n la ktiitli.
W.BAKER & CO.,DorcucsUr, ilail
aliil. B'1"K cluHllcliy r uiliiil and
Bonyanoy of Body
ri. fltitelt hn vm hcrero a strausof.
regular bonola ami aolld f teah. 3'?
ly augur coated. rrlccaOcla.porboXl
WoyBii Wire Fencing
Wlro Ropo Solvfigo
nnn TO 9 PER ROD. .
All tliptnTwMUi. Oi l l" mti. ri Sci.i r '"Z1"?
lntlihlln"of ol rtl'lirrin. Inr ,rmtkin rrre.
VlYV rwr!:i V iKH.!lii ; vcllA"-
u-uu ruu ririA m w nt "-
by tho nl'litt.
Irvrtt nnd let
les In tho West.
est. Eipcrlc'K-o nr-enlry.
K:lilons. CJikxI puy. Wrlient
CTTtlWlir.S NOW. WIIII.B it IS
UL AStJ TCItlllTUIlT VKWOUKKD.
I KASr TO OtLL AS II TCIIIIlTUIt
CTipt- pone TrniinVfft . IfillK IflWl. Mfl.
.Ililll.h irilvc, ..I.. ,.,. v v., -.." j ---'
ftf-JflXl TWU ririR rMrj ! f vtlU,
PAV3 THE FREICHT.'
a T. n M UEon r-calr.
try i- .? i?J JSSlfEi L
.rrTls-i- r rfrMrfJ""'
. rirct.onlhltl'trrtmltdlrr i
miito ne niMniitMTfirj ' .
1M-1I1A31T0.. N. Y.
arSaas this rrta,nry a, ,m
t wiiinrd tTKT taanrjyr
Ih in ht'r'si inblocTkiiri nan orj ir.in rt
Tlr W 1 Tt,
ttta tnurl trtiM
rfsnt dsi 1
iratBMMiiis. f raaa mrtui rtMru I Br- ""Ts
mft yu sprrlrnce ruM-il..ry t.im.il i
rftr. Cu rrirnt- rUM-n..ry N until ptibli.b.rt
uril.ntrtt Ariiiitetn gel IMi tiooa. lumtlM-lva
lmuir. anil lib. ral Ifrml, wrtw at lo It. J.
MM1T1I A - nlll ll.arb.ra Hlr, I, t !. Ilk
wa uis run rtrta wt r nU
In AUbaao t..d Ml.ttt'
.1 I ..n 111 llB uf Ifk.
Uiillll.KXlllillill.il. rriuilprii .trtj.lrM
... ......&.. .... ..I. lU.V , .11.
.It Vwe ITralili III M-.till" Alt. tl ! rttats.l.
l rrnl. SI Ia, i.,Mi. Il-d Irlf ll-l.l TISI.
fAlli: I'fllt Tilt: llill Ml TUMI illb. on tl lo
til i.ini. in Albia r. I Uliilpp'.tl Ik.U.tl't
A Obi-II. II .l.r-J.T, A.ll ll. HWJ
lOlkaaa allb.taa HcUbtpKlh n.ll. Tt-kTUrnod
InrWJtvt (li ilrll.ff.or ,T.t.piiifrtr tl rl.t.nrt.
1 U.M KI.MI. . l. !. AM.A. II. K-ll.l.ll.Al.
ratxt ruu rtrta wrtkM rt.
I ctrMT trrjcreoo apiii.raiion ntltln ou
,3tni rKCCiici f lanip. by KlJrci.Hi.
TlltollOUL IIOI.UM), r.O.Ilox lie, rnua., ra.
MCPni CTQ fiiraIUIawtiilacblnee
OUI 1JT'I CO TneTmlHupplUil.
QtlU I I LCdi HnJI"rh-lloprict
tr-atva sals rtrta wi im m
i in. rt r-QIIITO
in. hist otTnr ritrr. ruui t w.
MISSOURI NURStRT CO., LOUISIANA, MO.
tT Ttlit aTaUA 1 '
I sWIUvl Wt w eriirrultf nI.lJiwifrf.
i. w atcuKauaasoi-, n
ratal tail ruu ri w im r
CtH f -V SMYTH -
9113 '"' ah. -It ilfinu
.V SMYTH AMI HO.lltll l'AIII,
ua ana a i it-
-niMin uar mt Jtnoit.
p.W.ZI K. I.i: It '. 'Vi ll-rt tl l Louli.Ho
r.1 1 fay Hi
uutwst t r
vmii run rtrsa iirT
"aTnTk "b 1255
trnn.v wiiTtTko to Alivr.imarit vijcxhk
.1.1. U.t J . lb A4tnban.t la Ibl
d r (rinorrtoia
Head it has no equal.
Tiitt h Pilk
i r y i -
r YOU -WANTf
- it I-TUi
ea oo w mHta ton a & bilu
p. o., ViniUf i. t.
No ono con lntnl tholr cattle ftB
client) nil wo can do it for liiom.
Send in your brnnd, mnrk nnd S&.
rogtoffloo, Vinilrt, slid, fo f.
Jtn on White "as
lhl miles aoBllfWett
J. O. itOQAltt
Adair, lnHn TerHIrV(ink Wl,
i umltrblt In nsn "
Kings on rTjott
J. T. M'SPADDBN,
PostolTco at.CholHou, lndinn Tor.
V 1.IOITI CIl'C v.. .v.. --
W. H. MARKER,
1'ofclOinco, Vinitu, I. T.
Crop off of telf rtr.
Ittniro-On III Cabin
n tut. rtrtEEN.
split In right.
northenst of vi
PoatolTico, Sno&Kox Agency, 1. 1.
crop and under ball
Pao and Vo reteita
tlon Cattle of Hill
brand are told only rot
J. O. HALL.
llnrie brand tame on left lilp Underbll In
each ear Kance H'tncen tablo and l'ryol
creek. -) )
W. H. NOBLES,
PostolHce at Kingston, KnneflS
Hone brand tame.
In each ear
i,)a creek, O.K. b-t
I Hn iiji
Poatoflico, Vinltit, Ind. Ter.
crop of left i
wire la rlyht
Caltlt of tkli
braod. told on
ly for thlp
mllti se VI
nils oa Cabla
Chouteau, Ind. Ter
Circle en rtck-fllh-
and l'rjor ereekt
llortt brand t II Uft
QEOROE W. OLAItK.
I'ostolllce.Vinita, Imlinn Territory
Smooth crop Is
left car. spill lo
ett creek. S-S4
J. D. EDWARDS,
P. O. ViniUi, Indian Ttrrltory.
Crop and split
rlsrht, oro r b 1 1
branded J II nn
Alto time J on
Irft Jtir. n on
tide. r. on Inn
(inly beef catlle
Poatoflico Vinltn, Ind, Ter.
llrand on hlu ortld.
Kr mark, cmii off
haircroii off right
tV111 Jh4rrt-Vi ci
aatt and Uattasr erctkt, t-li
Variont other ffnj
marks A brandtwie
O. M. MoOLELLAN,
Poatolllco, Oowalo, I. T.
A ffvr cows are'
. A few
llaneh on Caney
W, E. HALSELL,
Postolllco, Vinita, Ind. Tor.
Ittnga on Tilrd
Cre.k, lo mliei
N K otTulia
. Cattle of Ih.i
brtnd are told
only for ship,
lntnl and no one
la aolhorlted it
sell but mytelr,
m Will iar VA
bramlMl with I
llOMtlhoaon l.ft thnnl.
dtr and neck
Some hare- on thigh.
IJ. W. RIDER,
Chelsea, Indian Territory.
. crop and split
Isfti t ir allow fork
I. P. BLBDBOB,
Chouteau, lml Tor.
and rattle atpe
Cattle and hogs
A few cutis
barn the circle
on Jaw t-M
" ri tiinnnttTON.
Potofllco, Coffey villo, Kanpaa.
fonila creek t
tie limning la
bvth brand t
tgir.e hare A on
liotll lili sltlal
rsr, umlrr bit In
w! Tiiar sviTor information lesdlnit toeonilc
w... I-I- .,..,,- 72.1
tlon or tniunu iir a
Vinltn, Intl. Tor.
llraml till on either
tliletcrop and nttiUr
bl )n each ear or ct
tleOThoirti tlirrp and
gontt, crop off tin
MISS SALLIB ALDERTY,
CLoUlcnu, Ind. Tor.
In one ear and
dttn pndrrult In
from CliMran t
J II SUhkiiah.
Son told ex
cept for ship
J, B. MABKHAM.
Chouteau. Ind. Tcr.
and iimlrrblt In
lett can undrr
tlnpo in rlfrht.
Ilnnio from 1a
rntt drove to
r iat Hook, both
tides of tho rlrsi
Bold only fol
OEORQE B. PERRYMAN,
Tulisa, Intl. Tcr.
Ut un llilni
U hip. Inn Jaw
tuainoml on the
7, mark tntl.
atiilnndi i slope
H nn lil
on tldei Cf hrllRe-7l.O,
.ll inorluiit inn Tiki I iiriire .tcame niartcu
crop left, s alio fork rlah '"''
Vinita, Inti. Ter.
Ranch linck creek.
Home cattle hate HIM
on two too h ion hip
In Creek nation .' Li
alto hair circle 1 on
'lulsa, IiiU. Tcr.
I rup and nnderblt
In leltt crop rlcht
llnr.il. liranileit N on
lett llilKn and tlioul
drr Kan; e oe Hih il
ii y creek. Utasta it
lira No caille 'ewld
crpt for shipment
1'ost-offlco, Vlolta, I. T.
, cacli ear
Pont-Oflico Claiemore, Ind. Ter.
. firallow for
i and W
evaty tyt - atTLBmlJSseV 1
O. W. FRANKLIN,
Vinila, Indlnn Territorjr
1 WtrTU sttv
C H izzr
rarinsrtiSnn.tt-rtVtt In. lr It. one la rtsnt.
icar " Jtw. Hours tame brand, saineoot
rlshl thouMer llange betwt.a Llttlo fiblo
n. l..ri cr. ek T-U
R. R. TAYLOR,
PoatolTico ViiilU, I. T.
Hmooth crop ln
Irft car and eropi
and mm In the.
"llU' ... .
boms cattle In
Hang on 1.0-
cutt creek, .
falic a a of VI, '
JOHN P. DRAKJ3,
PostofTIc nt Chelsea, Ind.
llraml ed on left
lid. and hip
limit", n inilei
lo Vur.liKilt rir
A. W. HOOTO,
Tula, Ind. Tor,
Horses has A
oo thouldtr sad
It a n ( e oa
Ottje ualloa. .
B, IX. MAYKO, .
PostomceSaUna, In. Man Territory,
la oa sac ao J
ottr tleya ta
tie beads IS
sows' tall eat
Alto 1 heart en l.'iT.Ue anil
O oa lilt )aw a
l.w branded J)VUoo tUt.
UDerokoo Kord Poland Chinas,
J. H. ALLIY, yiprlW.
AVTON, - - IMD, TatHj
IbtTtlot ttltanomliorel at See kSt M
were eere In tli west, aad freaB a
d ancetlers They ar alt It seed Mntrtf
ceaiflllaa and Ike matesat readrfortanlaa,
Csnetponil.ac and latitetU a-Hrtla.
J. U. ALLKV, Aft, M, r
tssas4a sxistaMsairiMlsteHtfs "' 'gUi$ aftsfl I " 1 &1k1KLmmM -'-'- -a-" -L. " AjtVtkmmtitrltmWS.''-Astf.Mj trat-- -MstsW && t -t-fc' -.J".. C iOr-f'ft''-kJirlvAJ,)l t, ,t ... t fl ... M
JVkVifc "Vwaiau ,j,!lv L,A MtliA "