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EXCELLENT hUtfgl'KtU SAP PAN. uu for 1 liuaa Wau Wish to Mjka Nli? Maple rugae. Urn, Ik Hie pluu of ft sup pnn um-iI by .1. D. Ilulilu-U, of Dcluwurt! t'ounty, N. Y. llo luis out' lar jfo pun nearly U by N feel with two juirtilions running thruh it to ilivule it intu four smaller puns. Tlui hup runs from tlio utornufe tunk Uinm-rli a pipe into Nix 1 and then to No. thi-ouli a siiutll liule, outl from tlieiM into Nos 3 a ul . When h wishes tt. sirup utT tha hole in stopped up between S ami 4 and all of tlio hirup dipped into 4. Wheu thick yuouH this hirup is dipped out with ii u olil fiiKhionu d skimmer having a straight mid made for the) purpose. When a small quantity of sap la had to finish up water Is used in Nob. 1, 8 mid 3 to prevent Vtirnintf. The house is set against a unnll hollow and dug out ul'niit 4 feet on the buck aide, luuU inif it very convenient When the sup begins to ImiiI keep it lioppititf until it id ready to remove for siiyjariiiff. Keep a steady fire in the arch nnd if n pan be used see that the sap does not burn at the sides. Repeat ed straining through double flannel strainers will make better sugar and 1 a '- more beautiful sirup than lax methods which always maUe more tilth possi ble. The oftener the evaporating and nuu'uring-olY pan are cleaned the better, together with strainers and other uten sils. It Is fremientl v the custom to cleunso the puns, gathering anil storing tubs only at the end of the season, but such neglect will not insure the best colored product. Hood simp should weigh 11 pounds to the gallon; let it stand in a good place frco from dust nnd settle a few hours before putting in jars, botUes and cans; bo sure none of the sediment goes into the packages. Nice clear glass receptacles may cost more, but the increased price the prod uct will bring will more than pay for for them. The best possible lid for the gathering tubs is a thick strainer in the in out li of the tuuk. It should hatig down in 18 inches so it will hold a pail fill or two. Any slopping will tie caught uud held from going nut, aud, while the strainer will serve its own purpose. tt obviates the necessity of taking off and putting on a lid each time the team stops. I' arm and Horn. PURE-BRED POULTRY. If It ! to Italsn Oll.or Hlooilotl Htock Why Xat l-oivl. ? Every poultry keeper who has accu mulated money in the poultry business knows to u certainty that a pure-bred loivl is worth more per ounce than a mongrel is per pound, lint why is this so? Simply because the pure-bred fowl has been cultivated for years and through generation after generation for a .specific purpose, while the mon grel or scrub is but the product of chance, has no fixed traits or charac teristics peculiar to itself, and conse quently is- unreliable. I sometime? think that people often keep poultry just to hear 'em crow. I cannot help thinking so when I see fi fteeu roosters strutting about a barnyard with twen ty hens. Did anybody ever hear one who keeps first-class stock of any sort. adapted to bis locality, say that p .ml try was an expense? 1 think not Does the man who keeps pigs which will convert a bushel of corn into four teen pounds of pork, and weigh two hundred pounds at six months of age say thiit hogs are unprofitable stock? Neither does the niau who raises any variety of pure-bred poultry and keeps them up to the highest standard say that fowls are unprofitable. He knows they are exceedingly profitable. If there is anything in agriculture or stock-raising which has been more thoroughly or clearly demonstrated to be a plain unvarnished truth than that it always pays to have the best of everything, I dou't know what it is. Yet we see farmers planting inferior seed and breeding mediocre stock, and then wailing because they do not get superlative beasts and birds. First- class, pure-bred stock requires no mo-e room and no more feed than scrub stock, while it invariably sells for near ly twice as much. If it pays to keep lirst-class horses, cattle, sheep and hogs -and no enlightened man denies it then it likew ise pays to keep first-class. pure-bred poultry, and the farmer who fails to do it is not living up to his priv ileges. Urange J udd runner. STATE BOUNDARIES. Mai Inrriuntlv Dimonltles Aries Can. iteming 1 bem, After one of tha Kmporor Napoleon'g great victories tha English prime mi u Inter. looklmf at a map of Europe, suld mournfully, "Roll up the mi.p; It will not be wanted these ten year 4." What he meant waa that It would be ten years before tha fightinir over tha boundaries of the European sates eamn to uu end. And In fact these UiunJariea have been foils lit over since then for nearly eight timet ten years, and are likely to bo still further and radically altered in tha coining decades. This fact makes It Interesting to ask how the states of our own I'nlou en me to fix their boundaries, and how claims which often conflicted were peaceably adjusted. When territories are admitted uowa days as states, like tWanhington, or North and South Dakota, the auswor Is easy. The United States government controls the land originally, aud con gress fixes the limits both of the terrl t try and of the state or states created from it Hut the situatiou of the eastern states at the start was very different When their boundaries were first defined, they were colonies unconnected with and often hostile to one another. Nearly all of them based their claims to terri tory on vague grants from English kings to explorers, colonial compauies, or royal favorites As the Interior land was almost without value and littlo sought after, and as the sea coast was the only important district, the grants were drawn with great carelessness. For instance, the original grant for the colony of Connecticut Included a strip of land from Long Island Sound to the Paclfie ocean. Subsequently a part of the same land, together with territory given long before to Massa chusetts and New Hampshire, were in cluded in the graut to New York. Examples of rival claims to territory might be given almost by the scoro. What is now Vermont was claimed by New York and New Hampshire; Ohio was claimed by Connecticut and Vir ginia, aud there were other disputes at to territory in the south. The wholesale. Connecticut grant made trouble as far west as Ohio, where until the year 1800 the New England state owned all the land along Lake Erie. The name of the "Western Re serve" of Ohio is a reminder of a claim that was not merely made but partially allowod. Massachusetts, too, owned the state of Maine for two hundred years, after which it generously surrendered its claim. Virginia for years owned sec tions of other states, and in faot at one time fairly divided with Connecticut the ownership of Ohio. Even when the general ownership of land was settled, the question as to where the exact boundaries of states ran made trouble, t'ennsylvania and Maryland quarreled so bitterly over their boundary that bloodshed of rival claimuats on the border was of constant occurrence, but the dispute was settled finally in 1707 by the running of "Mason and Dixon's lino," famous a century late as the boundary between freedom and slavery. In some states the discovery of mis takes in generally accepted boundary lines has transferred important town from one state to another. For in stance, the citi.ens of I'awtucket were counted in Itristol county, Massachu setts, until 1501, when a new survey transferred i'aw tucket to Rhode Island, while a part of tho now great maim facturing city of Fall River, until then supposed to be in Rhode Island, was handed over to Massachusetts. Even with the accurate surveys of to-day, disputes arise on the same per plexing question. Ohio and Indiana still hold rival and unsettled boundary claima Even where a river runs along the state borders, trouble Is not neces sarily averted; for the question then arises. Who owns the right to the river? And if this ownership Is Important as In the case of the oyster-beds in the Potomac, between Maryland and Vir ginia, fierce quarrels follow, even in these days. Yet when we consider tho warlike ex periences of Europe inthese very ques tions, with far less complexity of grants and titles than in our own states, it is greatly to the honor of our country that results have been so peaceably attained. l outh s Companion. A Henil ls, "Is Mr. Nowcomlw uthomc, Ma'am? "Not just now, sir; but I'm his laud la ly, and you run leave uny message with nie, sir!" "I came here, Ma'uin, to kill hlml" "Oh, sir I pleuse, sir; pluase don't, please! He Is behind two mouths' board!" Puck. An liiir-ivimiit. Chappie. I want a ring an engage- tuftnt ring. Jeweler. Hero s something were hnndllng a greut deal. The diamond setting can bo easily removed, aud Is ready mounted for use as a shirt stuiL Jury. flow's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of (.'uiiitrli lint uuu uul bo cured by Hull s I'litai rli Cure. F. J. Ciikxsi it Co.. l'mns . Toledo. O. We the uudersiiMied. have known K. J. Cheney fur the last IS years, mid believe nun peviucuy imnorame in uu uusiness transactions unit lliiiinriully ublo Ui carry out un.v ohilgalion iiiiuio ny iiiuir linn. West fc Truux, Wholesale UriiireNts, To ledo, ().. Wiililltig, Kiiiiiiiu A. Marvin, tv liuiesulo in iiltltIsu, loiodo, unto. Hull's Catarrh t'uio is lakeii Internally acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of tlie st-stcm. J'rioo T.ki. per bot tle, Bold by all druggists. Testimonial free, TnK world never t aw a larger crop thnn the one which irreiv lroui toe need sown lv the 1 1 1 sr i m Fathers, when they plan led their foul on Auiei lean soil. Duusvllle breeze. Open for lluelneaB- The popular Louisville rt St. Louis Air l.lne. alter havlm; the inisioriuua to u peiid through trullie for 00 duys on account of the liunniik.' out ami eavunr In or a tun nel, is nirain open for business. The Air Line ii, VI miles the shortest iM-tweenSt.l.oiiia and I,oui.vill, aud tlio ouly line running solid vestiliiiled trains with parlor and diu- inif cars daily between the two cities. Our popular BK"Uts nro at. tliolr usual places, ready to serve the pulili K. A. Wiixakp, Dlst. Passenger Aic't, 10H N. llroadwsy, St. Louis, Mo. H. A. CAMPRKI.L, Gen. Passenger Ak'-, Evansvflle, I nil. OKRof tho most persistent forces In na ture Is the needle, which always curries its point and nlwnvs has au eye but fur busi ness. Lowell Courier. A Oeath. Hearing Change. A sllnht elianiro of temperature, especial ly to a delicate person, limy bear death w ith it A cu i list the ulfect of variations of tcmM'rature, of damp or exposure in rigor ous, stormy weather, Hosteller's Stoiuach llltVrs is a reliable means of protection. It checks the progress of la grippe with marvelous success. For inuluriu, riieumif tisiu, dysiiepsia uud biliousness it Is tiik'Uly efilcuclous. Tns wasp is slender and graceful In his movements, but his intentions are often too much to the point to be agreeable. uiuguauitou Kcpuudcan. BrEi-nM's Pii.i.s nre not a new remedy. Thev have been used in Europe for !M years, all well tested aud excellent It Is well for the small man to practise until he knows how to apologue grucufully. Somervllio Journal. Till American Itrewiug Co. of St. Louis make tiie "A. It. C. llolicimuu bottled beer" Gulden, sparkling, pure. The Tree I.asstlve rrlneipte Of tl'U plants used In iiiiiuiifai iuriug the pleuMiiot remedy, H. rup of Fiks, lias a per Iniiiientlv hmichciul effect on t tin hinuiin system, wliilo tho rheap veiretahln extracts and mineral soIiiuouh, usuullv sold as tnndt cities, iiru la-riiiuiKiut'.v Injurious, being wclldiif-'rnied, you wi.luse ilio ti-un remedy only. Manufactured by tliu Culdurniu Fig Syrup C'o. "Dm 1 tell you what Hiclisf" iiHkcd Miirberry. Inst, night, and three tliii burton, weurlly. niv hoy said to "Yes; lour limes uii.i lilug," suld Mil M. A. Mi'ltliv, Wilmington, Del, writes: "1 hud ouo of my Severn heuilaclies and was persuaded to try your valuable ( llniilvcrotinoi ineilioino. I i.evor hud any tliiug to do mo to much good." It Is well to be kind to dumb animals, but a man is rarely justillcd In borrowing money to buy a dug - Oil City DllzzarU. A si.IniiTC'ii n. If negleeted, often attacks the luuirs lluowS s IIkoncuial Tioiciikh F-ivnsiiro and Immediate rcilef. ti.AU only in liit. l i ke 'ii cents. Tub moon Is above ull humun follies end always looks down on lovers. Elniira ju-tctte. A joint debute. Hauirlinir over the Price of a sirloin roust The Worcester tiazetto. JHff !1 nn Mir m nrnnvrn j- u.- in..i,.a. n llh I'sMi K. I uaiii Ji, snil l'alim waltU IUUU tii - ti.-unl-. liilms tin Iron, mill tun ii ft!. Thr l.i-lnii Sun fOnvu l' jiili Ii iiiiill.int, (Vlfrr- IftND, lIlllKl.lO, SIX) 111 -ltl-,IIM!r ivt lur buua ur Kiut(-b;ma wllusvuty puirusMi. EI-Y'S CATARHH ) "Oft Will 'Hi,.. UIILHIfl UHLHIf vT?r4TioMUV- whon niipllrd Into (lis I jfPtAM OrAT.t nni-lrlU, will Sn sti- orlieil eltt-cluallr ch'ntiRilis tlio hund i,f ,-mnirliul tiiu.c,i. L tlAVrrVrO f) jfe' liisliealihrsrerrtioiit. tJj"11, ftf J? J 11 shays Inflsmois-Eva 4yJrf linn. tirntm-f II... I ir J t Biesitirsiis from s1vil- tiunul otilitR, coitipWie ly nmllhH.ort'arMl and hiucII. TRY THE cure. HAY-FEVER A panic! I n nulled intovitrh nnmrll ttnil tk uui-m in.- i i .si i i H 111 I M Ukti. I i 4 r itT IHHII. KLY lIUTtlUUS. Ml Wntnsu t. N.-w York. Boils! Pimples! Blotclics, AND ERUPTIONS ON TIIE BODY, are indications of ToUon in the Wood, and thow that nature is making efforts to throw it out. S. 8. B. will assist in this rood work. It changes the character of the blood, so that the poison bearing germi speedily leave through the pores of the skin, and the poison is also forced out. C. W. Hodkins, roslmaster at East Lamoine, We., writes that Mrs. Kelly's son, who had been confined to bed fourteen months with sn Alwcess, has been cured sound and well by Swift's Specific. The boy is fourteen yean old, lives next door to me, and 1 know the statement to be true. S. S. S- wonderful effect on Children, and should be given to every weak and debilitated child. Send for our Book on the Blood snd Skin. SWIFT SPECIFIC rOMFVXV Ati.ata, Ca. AssJ-eS: It nsvkr makes children better to tell them a dozen limes a day that they are too moan for any use. Hutu's Horn. HAZEL AND FILBERT. 1-roHtable How to CulttvntA Tro Very Kinds uf Nats. The only special care the hazel nut and filbert require is to keep the suck ers down and to so prune the bush as to produce a laro number of lateral branches, for it is upon these that the nuts are borne. There are a larire I varieties and several of Ii u in bcr s About Halts. For tho woman who is Inclined to stout, or the one who wishes to keep her figure looking as slender as possi ble. It is best to have the various pieces of underwear so arranged that they will all button upon one yoke, and this yoke should be under the corsets. In assuming- your corsets just remember that tf they are to be comfortable and keep the outline of your shape, and not that which the dressmaker would wish you to have, let them be the last thing you assume before putting on your dress, and do be a little careful in choos ing your corset (Jet one that is not too large, or not too small, but to lit you, and then you will not have either a red nose from tight lacing, or your hands frozen from the same cause, nor will you be uncomfortable because it is so loose upon you, Nobody wants people to lace; that is, nobody with any sense, but it has been proven beyond a doubt that a sensible, properly-made corset is at once desirable and healthful. La dies' Home Journal. Merchant "What kind of cider la that?" l-'armer-"Tramp cider." Mer chant -"What do you call it thot for?' ronncr "It never works.' MARKET REPORTS. HAZEL 5t'T I.EAVKS AND FRl'IT. them hove been cultivated with suc cess. In England they are quite large growuu 1 hey flourish on all soils upon winch other trees and shrubs do well. It is said that as high as S.000 pounds of nuts have been grown upon an acre. The hazel and filbert are closely related and the bushes are very similar in appearance. Our illus tration, which we reengrave from the American Cyclopaedia, represents a hazel twig with the leaves and fruit upon it Horning- Over atrswherr? Beds. Our experience does not favor burn ing ever t lie straw berry patch at any season. In private gardens, for home nse or for market growing, it is most satisfactory to form matted rows pick two crops and turn the patch under. The two-crop system gives strong, vigorous l lsnts, permits clean culture, and, not least, gives little trouble from insect or rust of leaves. The bugbear with amateurs is the starting of a new plantation. If the ground to he set is plowed in Septemter snd again just before closing op for winter, the cut worms w ill give little trouble, and if the plants are set with wet roots turned in a bunch downward with a tpade, it takes but little time. Itegin ners set the plants with roots in the rntnral r-osition. fnrrfettintr that the main thing is t make the f 'ant live. I'l.niti! the rooss w'.th points down ward favors na even fetan.I, and the rr w ret-U will ..on stsrt in nsturaJ r!!:'.t--'.'.f. J. b Ji'e-vi, 1 70 tt OJ 00 (4 IOI S so m 83 it Kit 77 T7S 4 S 77 7S t 10 (lISI I SO l M 10 S r t-a t 0 4 Id II 7' in " flu KANSAS CITY. March 16 CATTLE Shipping steers. ...I I 10 & 4 16 Hutcbers' steers.. Native cows , HOiS-Oood to choice heavy. WH EAT No. tred Na Shard CORN Na OATS No. t KYK-Na. 1 FIAJUR-Pstents, per nek. Fancy HA Y Billed. It ( "TTE It Choice emmery . . . CHKKSK-Poll cream WMiS-fnolce. U AWS-Hams Shoulders Sldfe LARD POTATOES ST. Louia CATTLE Shipping steers.... Butchers' steers.... Hx;S Picklai SHEEP Pa r to choice FLOCH Choice WHEAT No. I red COKN No. t OATS No. RYE No. t BUTTER Creamery POKK CHICAGO. CATTLE Shipping steers Hfx ;S Psckins snd snipping.. SHEEP Fsir to choice F IjOC R W tn ;er wheat WHEAT Na t red COHN-No S OATS-No. f H YE No. t HI "TTEK Creamery POHK NEW YORK. CATTLF. Common to prime. i G.v.3 socfelcf FU'CK tiooU to choice WHEAT-No. t red COHV-No. OAT-i Wes'crn iciiel II u it tUt-Creamcry PoiiiC, i 4 0) a 4 7) U Ml 4 l ) H 4 S 4 01 rt t 01 I SO ft 4 M si si as, 4 ss a,.ii n m ( j it tj 10 75 fell 0J 4 S a 4 9 in t r no nii 4 m ft. 4 sn SS n 3x14 ",- W ( S.'l4 ts 4i 28 10 TV,,ilO 4U 4 90 5 f.k 4 M a 4 ss a i ii l ia r. a IT C.3W Actohs, Vocalists, Public Kenkers praise TTale's Honey of llnrelioimil and T.ir. llko's "i ootliache Uroos Cure ill one minute. A rnr.niT to the family -The. scion who Is trusted by everybody N. V. Journal. (CopvRioHr icsi Owjht to be tmnller the profit, criiiiiii', ola-latilimiieJ tiill. There's too rnuih uniiliasarit- nt-ss for tlio money. Ought to bo better, too. They're biy enough, and make troublo enough, to do more eooj. That's just wliat Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets lo, more pood. Instead of weakening the system, they renovate it j iuntead of up setting, they clentiHO and regulato it mildly, gently, and naturally. They're the original Little Liver Pills the smallest but most effective, purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and easiest to take. Only one littlo Pellet for a gentle laxative three for a cathartic. Siek Head ache, Bilious Headache, Constipa tion, Indigestion, I5ilious Attacks, and all derangements of tho Liver, Stomach and Bowels nre promptly relieved and permanently cured. They're tho cheapest pills you can buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is re turned. You pay only for the good you get, It's a plan peculiar to Dr. Pierce's medicines. I have Tried the new five cent package of I'ylu's Pearline and like it decidedly economical for use economical to hand to serv ants no waste by upsetting. T w n f"iT Pearline is never X JViiUW peddled gives no prizes is a prize in itself; and further I know, when a rrro- cer tells me "this is just as good as" or "same as" Pearline, he does not know the truth, or else is not telling it. Manufactured only ly 8U8 JAMES i'YLE. New York. ATTENTIOrJ, WORKirJSril rf W r I A A Ml" I"5TTF.R YOI'R rONlMTTONM IP SO, OATltKIl LU I UU WMIM I UP VUL H FAMILY ANU OUTFIT AN1J COMB TO Erl! Whrre you can Ami nhumltincA of work at (rowl raw, lh brt rllinatn In the TTnitd Stutfn fx' tint worker. )o ifMtitrla i, pimhI rifh.K,i, j.hI t-himhi-K - uti-l Nttr tiji.n nil. tin- rliuiunnf ttn tT A t-OOO IIOV AMI LOT in tht ht-url tf th? ritv, vn mkIi Kasy TKKMn uh vu c:ri HKAIMf.V MKKT, utxl whivh will In fr w y-iirn In vtry v;lti;thl-, THE LAND AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. dho ,r.'jnrtMrH .f lh iih,h- ul k,.;i vu uU a bt.uwi1 uutl nl us u m.iy iiwL nmJ iTinil you in pay f'r it in from l'J to I .'0 inouthly li:iall nn'iil tinu " h ifmttillmt'nt m IttrtrtT thun a rent it of nm-h u proivrtv woultl hv. The omt'lu) nrt of thf t'ity stull-stu'isii. nhows upwunls of ,H,wt hiimi vrnpldyed in ili t;uphju lintuninal tiit nbiiiinjf coiu-friisj. ami u lurjft ihiitiIkt of (wMnjimitt iuua-rii4 will bo lotltfci i'tiis nuaKiU lxuiuy of therm twpluying a largo uuhjUt of 1 ciiiatl hamU. You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN In America to GROW UP WITH ! v-siai nils rsrss m r mm. There is ease for those far gone in consumption not recovery ease. There is cure for those not far gone. There is prevention bet ter than cure for those who are threatened. Let us send you a book on careful living and Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil, even if you are only a little thin. Free. si SmZ'jL howm-Owbmis, t j Sooth sts Your drwrnl Imm Mt', rnnl A sll arusuu mrywltera do. f i. AND BROADWy. TIIK KitKSHN tMTY , MEDICALS SURGICAL SANITARIUM JCot ikt Tiutmtnt of ill Juoaie and afica gUtasti. Tfcr ! '( ml tliii MsjuitArlua Is t furnish sviii ,.a ,M.u.a I bonn). t"'ii tud sMlii.1ati. ta ih,- HI1. frJ villi eht..i,lfi auntraVl rar u4 HI ilis., aul Is tuof-lK-rf mub ll it,- lat.i Imti.ilous lb tlncirlo Klrurs. Ilc. Itirtiijnrs,i ai'i-kralw IDr. fie W U-al II t MU- Kut 4r-rkBK IMarw f VoayQ md ftm It ',-trVI tr B H Hi ftrmt. ..n. ....urrtFs. D.0- I "nll Idlk . liUfSlf. lr.. r (Tot tilr-l . hr rll-i,M ii, kvlillli.'i, in siioh otHrt .1i.l rsam..i ... K. V ' '.'.' t, : TTi i,l !rVJ " ITiMn tkL'J r - fJIJll II ii """"". i.a n., w i. imisi '. tiul -l!"Li.V,-V mrl "'--WJ P."-"' Il l-l;. Aftir..l E- I .t.irb U ,I;m.h. ..I il.v I trr.il tvt lit w itiinTl '-i- !' !. "ii"w !'. . i-i-.i-i ..t.. i iM uui wllHti,M rft it MllJIi i" . fc,t iiu .... i! i. i,, r.-., x 'rrzt DISEASES of the nervous system. STOCla BRANDS Hst cocupjlnj mora spaea Uaa tka Irtt follswlnf wU! U insertwl at J.00 nr jenr. TU tt rillot f mtu twalnf u. ....II l,r,' Is (Jul It Mil U idf rrtlxa tl brands. A, J. LANB, Clareiuort, 1. T. aim v m in Msrk: trup snd o n ran on. Caucy, Kansai. Clral as D 9m iiusi u u sip- l; a . oa M Blips .onllif l K.il scir fur stitar ami. -U C, ' -"" I,,; fork Is l'fl' I. V I , 1 lirand ssrlnns srks I Itunf 10 aillss norm JsLZjl WATT MAYES, Pryor Creek, Ind. Ter. Bonn slosrs SBflSfl stni'S sros th soss Ursnits'l LAD "i)roi ss4 spill Hsngs Cr.eS. Fryoi , lt-M D. t. DEIKY, Clareraore, hid ter. Eithsr !. vat , An .1.. . J. BLAOXWKU Chelsea, Ind. Ter, l i',:,''arTr ftsnirsna I.ftliiln ssd bsll i reclis, ta , ni I irm norin - r . - ss. "O. L. WABHBOtJRNH f. 0., Viuita, I. T. Bin own All Ihn most difficult Surgical Operations performed with Skill f Success riHj rwiM for lb. .H..)ittrt.iin. at 4di.i. rh.- n. u.tnl uuim i. .n.b4..r. 4., .,,4 .,tht l'.n..tt.ti. flM. OR. C. M. COE, President, llth U. Broadway, KM8A9 CITY. MO Vtvt fnftl.f lufiirnsiinfi ) a avir g ix-lsl tlUntlun la ll.e rare au4 vm fdi 1 sf ntittdrpB in our fhart. . .. "t 1892. vraiMs tuts rArcKcset) For Over Thirty Years nave always h.ic! rrry plratt riraimjc, to;rthr, the : nn rrv-i-ii, and i a.iti th i'i.-.'ure fr"ejitiinr tt 1 hem niT Annual curt-le tud It.wrr NffH ( auLoKUc. It Kttitania tde uiia( tinmrnw vjririy ol rrl, with mivfi lit -it..l aii.it J a luve prfivid in twrr-.il at-KjuiMti ji.-i. K-im" nt .-ny i4 tiV vrif nr my-H. 011 my l.nr (jrm ind Irslnitr .ii ln-m. I in atilr ta wirr Jul llirtr it Sflii DiirilV. mul i-r mii h rr.Mir.-tiir rntiii.li.iiit.-is arrn.iu Limed in my ( AUl ac iJavmsf en lln il iTi.nJl i;cr. ucrr, 1 am h"art jan.-r lor tli.uie t ..f v t urr. M e r Mtl m. W arren i.ahFirr I- u t- 1, . ( -m ,',.-i k- Ml- I t,i j,ii J. J. 11. C.UGoitr V t0., M-rklrheiMl, MM. BUNTING When you buy Flags you want (he best. Government Standard is the best; the largest flag dealers in the U. S. are G. V. SIMMONS & CO., Oak Hall, Boston, Mass. Dealers in Military Uniforms. Write for a Flag Catalogue. FLAGS. cr. Buin Clegs syrup rji'.r, .v;: Kennedy's Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order : Bowels. Liver, Kidneys, Inside Skin, Outside Skin, nrivtnii everything bctoro be out. 11 tbst oucht to You Jawiv whether you need it or not. Sold by eT-ry drug, -tit, ond msn-ifacturod by DONALD KENNEDY, liOVIIl HV, JISS. Aj)cb Piano? Decide that after trying tht lVRS&POriD. You can try them ; we'll toll you what dealer can show them to 3-011 or we'll send 011 approval at our own expense. Yritc for in formation. Iver? & Popcl Piano Corrjparjy. Boston Cocoas MADE BY TU DUTCH PROCESS in "Treated with Cutouts of Soda, Migneiia, Potash or Bicarbonate of Soda." Tbs use of chemicals can be res-lily detecU-d by the peculisrexlor from nrwljr opened pscksfri-s, snd al-o from a fflssa of wstrr in which a small quantity of chemically tresU-d cocoa ha. been plsced and allowed to remain for several days. For mors than On. liundrrd Veart th Asms of Waller ttnkrr Jt Cm. harm imfi their Cocoa t'rr nra tinna A nnoLUTEL T t'l'RE, AO Patent Practtm, Alkalltm, ar iyr. STUDY LAW .A, AT HOME. J V&-f ' T,KI A COC.SS IN TH S S PRAGUE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL Of LAW. iikiiipguwu Scad tra cent. (, ramp.1 kw partkulart u J. Cotmcs, Js . 8cct. DCThOIT, MICH. No. A34 Hhitiit Sum s A. W w i1 atLkW W. BAKER & CO., Ocrrtiesftr, Mass. BOILING WATER OR MILK. EPPS'S GRATEFUL COMFORTINQ. COCOA LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY. 1 "OSCOOD" U. S. i5TANDARDw.'r:, and I bmipmi tha Msrkct. Liva AGENTS Wanted la (Shi I it. viCOOu m THOtii'Mii, emghamton, H. T. Ifillsifi li 1 1 n 1 1 I WW , ........'w-rif-roTe.nK-ni.-s .? W'", i-I.h.. , a W B ..:c, -,r M IMK.-M-B i, I'Uwag A ROBBER OR THIEF Is Nttr titan thi bring tcale aent who tell yoa u yuy(Ml truth that Ut Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale f not a Btnniard ivalf, and rqu&i to any matlo For frev book and irh-e list, aiUlreM Jones of Einghamton, Einghamton, H.Y. Patents! Pensions Hon j f.u IhTwii.u Kiiui.!f.'rf!..v. luiiliuinii iimL P. n I f.-r iK. r - i V NmiiiK h1 Mi. I v PATRICK 0'FARRELU - UASH1KGT0II, D. Q. a-.Akfc Till rAli.iltTf at rw arlka. rv FAT FCLKS REDUCED 1M I o I h. rwr r.i. m i h by h n O.W.KKTira.VcVick4-a)Thotrljia2. Chi WslNK THIS I fr- R mr USM jw srrttsv tltlr-i. 1 s ur, nsdsr- bil is Hslit. U S B SB Hprtnf J'rslrls, mllM s.t T llulsos B.rrv. funs krss4 n on loft hip Bams eatlis 11 bin. t-U OBO. NTPPIH, Poti-Offlot Clawmort, Ini. Tr. at bwsmow ma I V ' i "aBsrfiia 94 BBtrll ll,SiMM r1,tlaS tUu I BSBtaSri C. W. P0CLE. Cl;olbca, Ind. Ter, fcome branded C W. (D I 'ft 11 Jl twoiuUci (rum I'ffl I WM. tJTTLH, ?ofltoflic Viniu. Ind, Ter. Vrad a kip tw t4A. tar aartt. now mt imn ftn4 erop isi Car Barm. roa mm 1H an 4 eroa aa a4afl aalf arapacninii. tn btaaatt Tariaaa oiatr atarki i Itaacs aa WhtaOsk. Ml. J. O. TIA.Z.U '"" fust-otUca, Viuita, I. T. I OtMa a u'lamm. , . J. O. nOQAJX, A&bAt, ladiaa Tarritorr. Pimnff wAarUx ta.niM tat. asB4 BB rrrwm Hvrss bras4 asms oa lri tolp. UiAtrait ta ssaai. Kao(-ttlWMa Uibla sa4 rrsl S-O ) VT. H. KOBLi. Poitofflca at Kingston, Kanias. Hot- brand aata. kbsS brasnPB Cil.r talf-srobit. t ' if, t r Ha., ..s f J. T. M'SPODf. foatofca at Chelsea, Indian Tar. uaaa at am isn Ban B.wMtbrrtskl Baairs aisauiaavsaa K . ; .. .i siuianin , a av cs . : . , . ; siuwiosa. B. B. TRATBEn, Potloffioa, Vuuta, lad. Tar. anBras4 saa. Mara. rvu ww un Bala sad BrwS aira la rt'kt. Cauls af lali Sraad .aid SB lr far iklK Baal ltoac rallaa nVI Blta aa Casta katwaaa tt7 saat sad trif araaSs. W. W, MILLBE," ViaiU, 1. T. KaaaBsa Si a O. HAYDEN, Chouteau, lud. Ter. aW dkV anna a,s"i rramm, -j O. V. UOOERS, Clurcmore, Ind. Ter. - . horns Bara a"'ff" JHonalda ,V llia.a I (J on ri!lit altlri Ian .r jcnhiifi ; w on al-'. ami hip: anm. Ctrcla os n-rS. .lt!i Ula; C H "! Ill C os oll Ol-rl. : raaitl v ov 11 on 1, -ft hkI"- llor.H liraii'l r H ef nhniilili-r i.r t'.itiill. JtsiiKa on IJintiaa nd Fryur crrrka. U-1 if t- ,. ' ' Wlklf. fcoaa V. . .....-. : I I ! asc.pl (S&''''- . horl sutttal bur oa irt lulu or Yrtlcal bftroit ln P. 0 J. B. EDWARD, Vinita, lodiau Tarrltory. RARE BUSINESS CHANCE. KHI . I .- A lfunMa -fe of HirilHrf. Sto.- Tiiisn i.t1 IriiplrrtK-ina in t a l.JU tihtt tii'a. ifitK n l tr rg wrs A'i'lP'n l. II. J 4I4III. orb or me, M. af rfs- 1 SA iwl I dsi Lk Brf tkSBB aWlBB. 1 t f fer ln ea-J- -a Tttis raPKh bj-t PENSIONS' ah 41- h B-y(..- n n IL'I. llHat. ,3 taohit went hincftftr Atb mn,l)OttMoN !(. Curtj fir rt-umiH"n. It hi fnr4 t lhiMl, It b not tnj'i 2 1 H i ni I r1 Ui tl. a It Is I MB t'fH rxugft tvrtiB. r w nf m. a nz .Jv in.a aa'aii "a. n. k.-d. 1387 sun w iiiTisa im sbiiutikiis ri.rsas atatBtSBt jam saw tk AdTartiaaBtaaS la Ula roitoCice, Vinita, Indian Territory a. f Smoock croa la eX-nM& lart ear. split la bans aa I'rTw ia uaaa. t-sd Rlif ftfxs, a .r . . LthpIi fralrla ro aad .I'ltl r,tun lVrB,p..U.i,U. ' io mo mm J vi I iQniMrir" Pair T 3- r tx.r oatua Tn nf Will car SV) so reward fer aoarlall.a aaT at lua steallBS an sslsasi Is ibis kraad. " R. R. TAYLOR, rU)fficB Vinita, I. T. Smooth mraa TS l.r aar aad trv, and aollt la Ua Iialil Soma ralllt I var loaa alkal kiand narks. hanra aa la aa.t creek. foe Dillea B a ar VB- sua. BJ FAIR MoSPADDEN, Chelsea, I. T. across Jem. SsIajprwsaJu tka Slrlpa rnmp. Mark: Crap nit tka rt'ht, nndoralopa In Iha Irn ear linn, fonr mllra wrat ol Chelsea. lu-U M CRUTOHFIELD, Tulsa, I. T. NATHANIEL 6KINNER. P. O. rinita, Iuil. Tor. 'wo some brsnd'-d "i-r r)o-- Ii -4 J B. a ear; rang . " w. .,. v , r ,i i w " 0 rirt-r. Urlra a tat cf Cuclscs, . - ?A"B, P J E X ' -aav : itd ftorna branded ft Y Mark: Undar hair cr. in rmcb ear. rttt brand; M Hanics frum To a t uui.a. north af fvrry- man tatur,aail aouth of Jtlrlrrik. Nona aolii except foi tnpmeal. 10-M MtLTON DRAKE, Four Mile, I. T. O. ILUATE3. Fof loUc bJUiaik. iaai4an lerruory. !Unr on Four Mil aouth mat o Kan. Mark aiV'M ldafa. t.i BsMaasMajMpaMaaassaB .. , ar, . .1 l r i:?aYJ: fTT- i n" '.,'? 1 1 BhoiiLVr. No rati: J, 1 Bwa- Ull ail lb. 7 armTVaa a.Taia. O aa asn al I a kraaaad. W KMU1 B. W. RIDER. Chelsea, Ind. Ter. J. B. MlBtUAM. Chouteau, ind. Ter. Swall.w-fort left ear, ..rf. .', J J - elopa la nrhi. " '1i Banna from La. j ., 2"--.-i r al Hock. Wnk W -SA.. -l Lk.rl..i H O as 'rt ktfs. el.rk. lirnb rtght, rroi, apUt sad bole Is lell. U F O. ALLEN, t'lietopa, Kansus. - B ' " nn a m SV 3eb Ranrr- dl tts near it.- mouta Mark: Ptnootk mp off ot ris-bt ear. R. O. EDQERTON. Lenapah, I. T. GRAY & OLTNK30ALE3, Vinita, Ind. Ter. VarinaamBrka. rZr-3Raark a fia. 1 a.. milsa weal of Alalia. atork aol4 rapt roraklBw enl. H "rte braiat C oa akBBl,iev. iw-SS VT.O. PAITON, "i Vinita, Ind. Tar. Kaseb Bae wwA Saeae .alike Baa I j aa aide ad S I aa ki a weaa aaiaaa J s, B .rata D aa; TEXAS CHAIR CAM LINE. V"1 ' y- TO ALL TOINTS IN - Texas, Mexico and California. ninot fin thai nh cAnrtY PULLMAN SLEEPERS BKTWKKN - Hannibal, St. Louis and Kansas City texasapoTnts. REE RECLINING CHAIR CUES PETWTEN Hannibal and Conaon, Dallas, Ft. Worth and Taylor, " A. S. DODGE, Traffic fanager, St, Louis, Mo. W. G. GRAHAM, Acting C. P.andT. A., Parsons, Kan. E. B. PARKER, A. Q. P. A., bUtf Chestnut street, St. Lou.s. 3 ttfe'jr VW3 IK ' w.rlV rnn cat EAT Through Route -TO KANSAS CITY, O ; SAINT LOUIO Omaha, Pueblo & Denrer. rm an Sst Sisepirj C.n asi fra - REOUNINO CH AI3 OARS DsilJ Ilelwoen- CT. LOUIS AND WICHITA H. C. TOWNSEND, TKjkat acaut, if. IT. LCT7I9, UVI Senarsl Feasant ar I A. D. CUBINE. Maaafaeturer of and dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES, Cofftrvlita, Kansas. Docs all kinds of boot and tsLoe work, guaranteeing a fit and Eatiftinrtion In every re pect Pflrlica (lesirlntr work cun scud their names and ad dresses and will receive a rJrcn lar giTing full directions how to measure the foot. J. W. CUJIXF, rcrcman, Iins lone soLtilng- else for jtnn and Is (fltlaj bets' Icr sstiafacUon In Uio boot business ta any man la tha iVett. !BE LIVE STOCK EARKET OF ST.LOUIS. THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL Stock Yards. l ocated at t'nut St. I onia, lit.. Directly opjvv-ito tlio city of St, ly.ula, lluyers for u'l d.---i-i ; t it ti of Live Stock) alwavs In a'.teniliuiti'. and within ths grounds of tho Stuck Yurds is a Beet C'ttiininL' t'oniiwuiv. witlin enniioity for slauphl.-rir.i; I, mil Invtd of caltlo dally. and 1'orlc i'acKitiir r.st'iblislnnmita who a capacity for hlautjlitoriiii.' 12,tKHJ hogl daily. ISAAC n KNOX. President, CTJAB. T. JONES, .-.upt AFTON HOTEL, AF TON. INK. 1 Kit .' J. II. ALLEY, PROPRIETOR. Term reasonahlo. Tnbla al ways supplied with the test tha market affords. Good lampla rooms on first floor. Good stable in connection with the houso, . COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MRS. J. XL. LANGLEY, Prop. Fairland, Ind. Ter. FinST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS Jul- Ind. t mo. William cDavitt, Beneoa, Mo, Proprietor of Seneca Model Roller Mil's, "A" "Model." and "Gilt Edi-a" pour, Iiiiys wht-at aad corn. Solicit, Irade from Jnd Ian Territory, Batiffa. tioa cuorrantccsl. CaVJS ( ' a. Raof a i-aUforalaei-aek hit A Tthl 1.9 brandl R and inirkif I rle crni iff, rar, ondfrca r'M. Tha "op pa hTi" ait l I ha tip of rtf hi torn ta oa, virllil 'aT f '"W s 7 "' '"" a . V a.tJ has a i-- ftr d nrn n, f 1 I l'-llara a I V -F - 1 Mir j-.-f.--I l-r. w, thH - A 14 Tjt t . 1 1 .a ' ' 1 .Vl V. I - I --r. . 2N r aiaa Baif atn kt ait rat BaE), . LEM PARIS, Chelsea, InJ. Ter. Vara- TvasBHtal L. O. 8KINNEH, Adair, I. T. lWma hart FIT lf. ai-t: mark . amnlfe erf. r 1 a . ni-ir oja ' irll. aiis aaar ia;r, i BBBlBB 4 I J ii aah ear. Ratf t V carta af Oaia.lUkft. Hx Tun P r Woif"a nw parir: John 3: 16. "1 tail; ft"t-f Tf,-V1. ,'l av 4a a. r f--rih. - It, - katfr i Kk .B-Hr S) nssnf )- b I - M.?s tanrl an t Wi tx Ht a. "--'at ta n . it ts -, i (,.- a W r i a hm t Mail a a, kr4V4 Scientific America! L-7: Agency for e.- m -.C JC. 'Ir.nl OVatCBJ B4TINTS "I'' COPIhlCNIS. Ms. frjr frf-malten an f- Hvr-oe "S M r-.i- .t. n ioKir. Cid--( fr rr,7 , A-w-rTa. Jr.-. B.irrt o,.t ., fw i. t.rrrw(I tfyr. E-siic s -i ti, .a nr. or obarra in uta Scientific flmcri f DhTrf-T II M t--T-t P- '.- fr. -.f, p.fw, , t B6-J tf-u i w- I - I S f-1 m. - v 3i, s-, a u-sfviftm-i Ci v.;' sun if- ;at