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IVhmi Matara Nomls ftsstxtmto" It limy bo lwt n render It iriniiil,v, but ma' Hliniilil n'tiiiuiilM-r to uj t'Vini tliu :timl ni l-i-t roiiioiliua only wlii-n neo.li-tl. 'J'lio lii'Mt anil nidht lin'ili" mid inmilu I'r'iiiitlv l ilm K, riii of I'lir, niuiiu. Im-tiu-oil by tho Cikltforiiiik Flif hymp Vo. ITah off diseaso Dr. I'ioreo's Golden Med ical Discovery. In a way, that you can understand, too, by purifying tho Wood. When you're weak, dull and languid, or when blotches and eruptions appear that's the timo to take it, no matter what tho season. ItV easier to prevent than to have to cure. For nil diseases caused hy a tor pid liver or impure Wood, Dyspep sia, Itiliousiiess, Scrofulous, Skin, or Scalp Diseases even Consumption (or Lung-scrofula), in its earlier Binges, the " Discovery " is tho only remedy that's guaranteed. If it does'tit benefit or cure, you have your money hack. You pay only for tho good you K''t- The proprietors of Dr. Sago' Ca tarrh Remedy loso $500 if you're not cured of Catarrh. They prom iso to pay you that if they can't euro you. "What do you loso by trying it? Is there "anything to riak, except your Catarrh ? "German lyrup 99 I must say a word as to the ef ficacy of German Syrup. I have used it in my family for Bronchitis, the result of Colds, with most ex cellent success. I have taken it my self for Throat Troubles, and have derived good results therefrom. I therefore recommend it to my neisih- bors as an excellent remedy in such cases. James T. Durette, Earlys ville, Va. Beware of dealers who offer you something iu:t as eood Always insist on having Boschee's German Syrup. Consumption carries off many of its victims need lessly. It can be stopped sometimes ; sometimes it cannot. It is as cruel to raise false hopes as it is weak to yield to false fears. There is a , way to help within the reach of most who are threatened careful liv ing and Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil. Let us send you a book on the subject ; free. Scott & BoWKB,Ctiemils, 13a South sthAvcnua, New York. Your finiRKtst keep Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver at all druggwu everywhere io. f 1 . Jt GOLD MEDAL, PARI3, 187a W. BAKER & CO.'S a Breakfast Cocoa from which tha exeewof oil has bet ii rumored, It abtohttrlff pure and it is boIhW No Chemical. are uwtt in iu preparation, lb ha mart than thrtt Utnt tht trtn(jfh of Cocoa mi td with Starch, Arrowroot or Pugmr, I and in tlieroforo fnr more eco L nomlcal, catting let than out tfntatHp. Ittsdt'l'riouB.nour I fohing, rtrrng-thcnitig, easilt digested, and admirably adapted for lurtvlida H well a fur poraona In health. hold bf (iroreriMPterywIiara. W. BAKES & CO,, Dorchester. Mast. Elys catarfiH CREAM BALM IS M OllTH S50O TO AX MAN Woman or Child CATARRH Wot a Liquid orSnufl. M AY" FE VE R A parMfl I appUM mid earhnostnland Is ttgrwo tie. I'm ?' ri-m hi tiniKKiM ur by niRtl. KLV BUoTUKRrt. ito Warren til.. Hew To k. BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best. Government Standard is the best; the largest flag dealers in the U. S. are (. W. SIMMONS h CO., Oak Hall, Boston, Mass. Dealers in Military Uniforms. Write for' a Flag Catalogue. FLAGS. IP. m kit n nrFfvrn tfh ctm.s. fuanttti. n1 Ptnta which auta Ue hm-si, intnns th tron. and h'irn off- Ttef KiiB J in (if ft ptnh la Brill tant, i, fhtrai . and the ciimrr pava luC tut lu. or glautf" igkaro witii tverj purchAsa. 'Shoes FCR-LAD!ESGENTI.EMEci, rfBOXTlP145CK0QLSHQES rcRBOYSSc GIRLS. A-'K VOl R DKAIXR FOR THE FARGO SPECIAL SHOES. If he does not keep them send to n for thm rttlr t4 sim ye mt-tu IHostrMed Uerip- rmpMrt. c. H.f Alo&CO.,Chicao. 1 II II Tho llluti In NKtur. It Is noted by an ototorver of t'irtlsmul lx'Bstii thill man lm drrlvod tliu tili-us fur mi Hit of hin vuhuililf invtntloiis from our fvntht'rvd and roving; frti'mls of the ir, tliu fort'ht, anil th -waU-r, umi tin' ri'inaiiiiliT from the lnsft ami other prodiu'U of nature li'HMt likely to lo eroiliU'd with useful iualitifs. Tho idea, for Instance, of the wlnmnn and who omild jret alonf witliiiiit scissors day?-he elaiitiB was olitained from tliu jaw of the tortoise and tho turtle., which are worked on precisely the fiamo principle as tho scissor. Tho chisel is owed to the squirrel, whom ti'elh arc ehisels of a most enduring hind, while tii the hippopotamus is due tho credit for that useful tool, the ad.o. Tho bill of tho wuuripneker is nothing more nor less than a dinall trlp-hamincr, and in the jaws of tho bee is found tho principle of tho carpenter's plane. Cabinet makers make use of a Dutch rush in stead of a mau-mado die, because the results obtained from its use ore so far superior to that accomplished by the or dinary file of commerce, even of tho linest make; and from thewheat straw, which is hollow, have our engineers learned that tho hollow pillar Is strong or than the solid pillar. Harper's 1 ounf People. (IptMiliiK of (he hrmnm ami Analioa lovtervutlmis -0,MK) I Brum fur Settlers. II In ripecteil Ihul r provlnmnUon will short ly Iw Issued hy Ihe pronlUent, diH'tiltiK f'r wl llement tho I'hpyfiino uiut Aruimheti n-servu-Huns, a lurjro triu'tof lunit atljiifninf Oliliilioma on the wesl, and oentailu over 4,t 0,0 V acrt-rt. The daw of oprnlnR has not been ottlclalljr tie termlnnt, but will prob-Mily be iK-lwtMn April to ami IS. Dedtictlttit alloimeiitB to JutlUna, there will rernala almut 3,smi tH tierri to be uc cuptod under the homestead act; this will nmlte ovtr 2U,tKJ0 Quarter sections. The above reservation contains six counties C, 1), K, V, ii and H. Counties D, K and K, in the northwest part, are nearer the l'unh imlle line of the Santa 1- e than any other railroad. Persons desiring t enter lands in said coun ties should purchttse tickets to either Kiowa, Kan.: Woodward, I. T : JltuKins, Tex , or ('una lian, Tex. There are itixkI wiufon roads from all four nointa. Counties (.! and II are about the same distance frtiin ranhatidle on the Santa l''" m from the Texas line throiurh Okla homa. County C can he most easily reached via Oulhrle or via Oklahoma City and El Keuo. Parties wishing to visit the eastern portion of C and A lands can get oft at tinlhrte and take the staite, or they can go on to Oklnhonia IMty (which Is only a short distance from the border) and there change to the Choctaw railway, a new line completed and running two daily pas senger tral us between Oklahoma City aud El Heno. For further Information, or folder showing these lands, address UKonr.it W. lUonNiUK-n, Passenger and Ticket Agent, Santa r'e Route, lOsi tnlon aveuue, Kansas City, Mo. GKi'ltc.K T. Nk hoijjom, tienrral Passenger aud Ticket Agent, Tojieka, Kan. It doesn't follow that a man Is n chlrojv nilst bi-caiise ha cuts tho corn from ttio foot of a tilll Btugimmtou Louder. Haw's Tlllsl Vvs offer One Hundred Hollars Reward for anv enso of Catarrh th it can not bo curod by Hall's t'uturrli Cure. K. J. t'nsNKT & Co., Props , Toledo, O. Wo tho uniiersipued, huvo known V. J. Cheney for tlio last l"i years, tiud bellevo him iierfoctly houorablo 111 nil business transactions and tinanciiilly nblo to carry out any oh ligations inailo by their firm. West ct Truax, Wholesale Uruiru'isls, To leiln, O, W ali i i 11 v", Kinnan A; Marvin, Wholesale Druwlsts, Tolo lo, Ohio Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acllnif dirw-tly UKtii the bloinl nml tnucoiis surfiiees of the s.t stent Price 7.V. kt bot tla Sold byalldruitiflsts. Testimonials free. Tim timo when o womun linn 110 mercy Is wlien sho gets u uiotiso in a trail. Haul's U.aru. A Discharge of Cnnnon C'oso to tho ear could hardly siarils a per son of sensitive nerves inoro than the slainmini; of a door, tho outcry of a child, the rattle of a heavy vehicle over a cobble stone pavement, I ho wailing of un nsihinaliu hand organ. Quiet umi sireuethen super sensitive nerves with iJostotioc's Stomach Hitters, and you can brave uny liubliub with tranquillity. Indigestion, a feoiind cause of nervousness, is buuisheil by tho Hitters, Ko nro malartons, bilious' and kidney complaints, debility and rheuma tism. "I wish Gcorirs could be cured of his In fatuation for Kmina," "Let lain marry her." Epoch. . The South-West Land & Investment Jour nal, a caiifully oditesl and thoroughly ro liable uiouthly Journal, published in the in terests of the Soul h west anil eiseially of Texas, will be nitiiled fur six months (ree'of cliargo upon appli alion lo K R I'm ker. No. 509 Chestnut Ht , St. Louis, Mo. Tho paper contains much valuable Information to those contemplating visiting or settling lu the South west. Write and obuda a copy. The minister's study ends meet. Lifo. -how to make both Mb. A. B. I.iroitMK, Boston, Mass., says: 1 ordered and distributed one dozen largo bottles Bt-advcrotlne uiiioug my f fiends Bf IlleU'd with liondacho, and in every caso it has affordod almost instauUineous relief. The rabbit hunter is low. Hoc heater Post. a haro-brained fcl- Exn.nsioN8 of Coughing are top)cd by Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure iu one minute A max may be lantern-jawed and yet his face never light up. Eastou Froe Press. No trochlr to raise babies if tho Mother drinks tho "A. B. (', Bohemian Bottled Beer.:' American Brewing Co., Bt Louis. Thk lay man aims at noiuiug, auu gem-rally hits it Hickory leaves. B. F. Au.EN Co., 9t5 Canal St., New York, nro sole agents iu the United States for Ucechatu's Pills. 25 cents a box. MARKET REPORTS. KANSAS CITY. April 11 CATTLE -Shipping steers .1 50 M Butchers' steers.... 3 70 ( 4 00 Native cows. MH i, 8 40 HOtJS-OHl to choice heavy.. 3 SI (,i 4 at) H'HKAT-N'O Snil lVi It! No. t h int i D SI COItV-No. S SiVS OATS -No. S SHV'fc 2 KYK-No U til) 74', P1A)UK -Patents, per sick ... SOU f(!3i Kancy 1 i (. 1 9 HAY-Baled 5 M it t SI llt'TTKK -Choice creamery... l' i 3) CHKKSF.-Kull cream a to 11 a 10 SW Sj KiitiSChoice 1J ,1,0 HACO.N'-lIams. i& Shoulders. 7 4 S:des. 9 li I.ARt) POTATOES 61 & ST LOUIS. CATTLE -Shipping steers 4 OJ ItHI (i 4 S) lr, 4 AO H 2S (rl) 4 !. Butchers" steerj 3 01 iUXiS-Parking- 3 ft) SHKKP Fair to choice 4 0) t'lll'R-Choice 3 .V) WHEAT No. tred SB cohn-N'o. i s'4r OATS-No. t a ft. 31 7i KVK-S.I S 7i f,0 HI n EH Creamery Poi;K U --7 t 10 ni . 4 40 at 4 fit S 10 Of. 4 411 Ml KV I1T1- 404 ''t jt, TS's t,i is a 7J 4 40 3 7 4 4J 3 m ss 40 CHICAGO. CATTLE -Shipping steers ... HO. iS Packinc snd shipping. SHKKP-Kalr locholce ... .. FUH'K-W'tnit r wheat WHEAT No 2 red. UWf-Na 4. fATS-N,i. : HVE- No. 2 HUTTKK Croamerj- 1MKK "... 13 01 4 ftl 4 Pi 3 VI NEW YORK CATTLE -Ommoo to prime. . llt-,-(-(;ood to i ho e f 5 1 1 i 0 ) a, I o: o. h ft. .- FMH'K ;-toJ to choiee .. ., WHEAT -No I nit COKN N. S M ' OATS Western inised :a ft HL'TTEK-f fromery i) FOR THE CHILDREN. My little girl safferetl for tnret years from t larpe Abscess on her hip, the result of s fall snd dislocation. The Abscess was Isrpe, with six openings, sll of which discharged poss. I was induced bf friends to pre her 8.8.8, snd by the time the fifth bottle was hnishel the Abscess was entirely healed, nd Uie child was well snd happy. Mrs. J. A. WiEcNEJt, SJatinpon, Pi. I had three little fHrh who were attacked with olwtinnte ECZEMA, or Blood Trouble, which at first resenit.ied heat, but soon grew to yellow blisters, some of them quite Urge. One f the children died from the effects of it, but we got Swift's Specific and gave to the other two, and they soon g. well. S. S. S. forced out the poison promptly. The cure was wonderful J. D. KstNi, Afanharnilt, La. S S, 8. his no equal fa- Children. It relieves .e rrstcm promptly, snd siii.is nature in developing the child's hcilth. Our Treatise mailed free. Sw I FT srECiriC COM PAW. Ailanta, Ga. AStronf? Deslro for lliclliglicsl (Sood nml Btvst Vltlfuro of tho World. TUB GREAT WORDS OF GREAT MEN. A Most Kemarkablo Array of Out epokoa Btatamont from Mon of Hark in Both Con tinents. INTERESTING FACTS AND FACES. The orator before tho Senate called thl "an ai!0 of progress. " Ho wo wrong. "Progress" does not half express It; ItlannnRoof revttlu tion. ltevolutlona carried on, not by armies, but by discoverers, Inventors ami brain-workers. It Is a marvelous apt, un ano when tl.a or dinary will not be accepted, when the best Is demanded. Our grandfathers were coutenl to travel in stago coaches, to live In cabins and ro celve a mull onco a week. Wo demand palace WILLIAM EDWARD KOIIKSON, M BC-S l, L. K. Q. C. I. Late of tlie Koyul Navy of England. dljjU, 'vZuv rft 0 cr.rs, tasteful bomem and daily eommunlentlon with the world. It tho rapid-tramdt uo; th atfe of the U'legmph and tho telephone. A man speaks to-day and the riilire world reads hit worths to-morrow morninp. Tbero arc but twenty four houra In the day, but forty-eifc'ht hours aro crttwrtrd into It. We all know how we have advanced material ly. Io wo realize how we have odvanced ftden tltleally? More than in any other manner. In deed, it hart Irf'ti the advancement in science whirl, ban caused the advancement tn material thinfjs The discovery of uteam p-'rmitted the railroad and the Hloamhoat, The development of electricity niado posstblo tho telegraph ond D03n of thf t'nited Stjiteg Medical Tollepe, New York, and Editor of the Medical Tribune. I fill v.t II r i .a OSGOOD" U. S. STANDARD w.1Ll Ileal and 4 bepes( an Ibe .tfnrkrt. Llva AGENTS Wanted la IhUt aaat-. 0SGQQ0 A THOMPSON, Bmghamton, H. f. iibSCALES Q JAT FOLKS REDUCED I f i j"raett a-. Ni'rar'inK,Tioinmvininia Q-.ji Atri-Hroniiftnti.l. O.W.F.SKTDKii,McVickr Thraim iiltlst. ChiCMtt.V (WMMl THIS l-APl-R a-arj isMrNmts tM t'eiim,( , no Unit thn tc vi'luprm'nl of 1rt t. ifUtt h Jutrt ,Mta roul taums vS ail mud oru VV'fi wilt io .', for exumiiJo, one ilcimrtinont of st'lcrup, Uui tho nit t litr ortuttt tte; luu-ni. 4 Hn wlilcb itdi u.K our vry liven umi tiiipnlniwtH. Vru)f;ily tliu t realm nt if ntmt.ii. (Hi wtui ntOF. PH. KOT1IL IIKHI.IN. marin a matter of miprHtftlon, of Incantation, thfl ttroi b It in by tl inmllciu men of the Jn- ilfuiiM today. (iruUuully -uuvik!iik frtxn muh hlirntiH'im, It wtui stilt a matter f bigotry, of folly. Whtit poopU must huvo jiiffcr4l tn thoHf rtuyn can Hcarwly Ihi WuirintMl. They wco Mini, they wer otippt, tliey worn Iittn lMfl, tbey w'r stibjet-tett Ui every (icvliw whereby their vitality coulU bo rNluced and their Uv( enduing' ml. It in almost a wonder that the rac warvlvw.'. There has Iwon an absolute revolution in the practice of medicine and tn the tmiiim-iit of human ills. Iimtead of undermining tho vital forces by cuppintr and bleeding, the vitality U now HUKtaiued in every piHHible manner. In mead of tearing down we aeek to build up. I li ft toad of increaHing nut'ry wo Been lu cn uto liappinenH. Hut the prrntest advancement In medical m'lence haa Im n made, by discovery. Harvey could afford to endure tb ridicule of the world for revealing to it tho grand direoery of the circulation of the Mood. Jenner mfyht tn ostra cizeil, but fc.il.Kiij have U'nelited hy bis dis covery of vaevmat ion. I 'as tour lived in a more enlightened ttt'O and escainl ridicule, while the world r reived the benefit which his diseoveried have brought. KtKh, al though forceil to reveal his discovery befory itn perfection, will be re vered by future peneraiions. The dtKcoverlea of these preat men b.ve leen of nnti!d iH-m lit to the world, and y t they were not in tho lino of the world's greatest - So? s,. fan Kennedy's Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order : T 1 UUWC1S, Liver, Kidneys, Inside Skin, Ontsido Skin, Dririn ererytbing bsout. before it that ought to Yon know whether yon need it or not. Bold by erery druggist, and manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, it o m in, .nis. GANGER sT .. '. ..is tUass (i I'm. .;rtt.ht l. F 'm st , i'i tlsti,U. atr a ru- rj-a imr wm tm mt. kq, US neod. Mankind ha tMVn auPferlrir?, rndurlniL dyhitf frum a e.nmt fr prettier 1hun umittt (Kin, more b-rntil lh;o, hydrnphutil and more MUbtl tliuu ctiiHUiiiJliiin. 'J be tuiliitH of intnlem lifii, tlie very Invention) whirl, huvo uunle t'lvili?'. tUm m Rreut, h:ivo drained Urn vital forces of lifo tttni uiMb'rinlned tho oians that huh tut n lilo. Ten yearH ajo this rent truth was realized by a Ki'iilU'iiKHi wU'tMe own Iho wot lu mini jeopardy, u rot the dtmvery hU h he ha iveti U tho worM luifl Uoimi utitl in tlolo morn to day to atrvMaMheti tho vitality, 1 xnen nufter In?.', pret rve '.hd health and lertlien life than any of tho disrovertea of thfl other greut men alKv menttimert 'l'ho d(Meiviry referred U wan made by Mr. H. 11. Warner, of KoeheHter, N. V., and in known In hurope, in Arm-rica, and throuKinmt the world VV urner .Saf t 'nrt?. It muy prhupn bo fhonvht that thn utve a iwrtton Ih n extravagant on, and no ft would be were not the iiihjm tittonalde prmdH )resmk to verify it Will. in tho pHt few yenm tho claims nmdu mn than t-n yrar aifo have len admitted hy the hKhet Hrletitlfic autiioritierV totU iu Kit rope and AinerUia, and it In wittt ,.H'v. -1 vr'J 1L DIt. HHYF.lt, OF VVL'HZHUHU, (iKRMANY. V pleasure that wit present herewith om ro markable ri'produced Htntements. blether with the fiw-ea of the men who made theux Kidney troubles, resulting lur Ukj often tn Bright' disease, are tho ixn t evil of modern life. Ihey fmiuently come silently and unan nounced Tlnlr prerw nee f;ir too oftrn is nofc realized until their troocherous f.uiprs have been fixed upon tho vital i-trthn of life, Nothimc can be more doceptive, for their pvmptomsaro ; varied in nearly every instance. Thousands of : persona have been their victims without reailr. intor knowintf what It t that afllicted them. Thousnnds are suffering tvday who do nut know the cause. The following outspoken words, howeveTfc nhow what wonderful things this great rcmetly has done : Mr. V. M. Pavfa, Manchester, Mo.: "Having I l-een troutded with mv kidneya for H'-vi-ral years, a friend rceomniendet me toueVar- nt-r's Safe Cure, ai:d I bud it all it claims to bo. X was entirely cured by its use. Mr. J. M Taylor, Lancaster, Mo.: ''Years and I fc'came oflticted with kidnty disiase. 1 com menced doctoring with two prominent physi cians, but could only pel teinivirary rdh f. I bi'came v-ry bad ami our drui?ilt pnvadid on ! me to try Warm r s Safe Cure. I did so, aiid j after taking two-thlrdti of one bottle was per- m inently curd-" Mrs. ' F, Wilm, Carthafe, Mo.: "In 1SS7 I was badly nrhicunt witli kidnt-v complaint. Seven bottles of Warm r s Sab Cure rrstort-d 'I't H'-iVnVf IK. IHO LEWIS. me to health. My father in lHI waa boilly af fin ted with kidney and liver trouble, ao that ha wa unable to attend to hu.iiivsa. He spinl a preat d'al of money, but pot no rdief Two bottle of Warner s Safe Cure cured htm." Mrs. Low Wald, Hen ton City, Mo, : "Alout thne yfj.ru airo I commenced takimr the Safa Cure fir kidney troutde and other ibnVuittes. It did no more pi-jut than the mrdieine pre aerita by inv d.M-tor. I rmimue1 its us, and am in ts tu r h'-aith; weitrh more than -vr ts fore." MIns Kmmette V. Settle, Hifs-insTflle, Mo. : Tor some time I was afflicted with p.in in my kidneys, which imutnod to frrow worse. My father, a praetU-wti physician, twattnt me for kidney diva,, but I oontimwd tonrow worse. I ws finally treated hv svenl spi-ciahsts, who ail pronounced my tnmble kidney disease. I was reeiinnirntbti to try H. H. Warulr'sSafa Cure, which ! did, and found relief.1 The discovery made by Mr. H. H- Warner has been acknowledged throin:hout both hm Ispheres Ub the only tliscovery for this preat mo-tern evil now known to tho world. Like all great discoveries, it has h wt its fwmu'i and met with opposition, but its marvelous popu larity with the public has ten phenomenal and Its complete aeknowletlvrment by sct'nti!ta and the pmb-sb-ns has leto deserved. It stands, as It deaerves to stand, upon a plane of its own, pre-eminent among all prominent d:s eovertes for th relief of humanity and the pro motion of happiness. $50.00 A A ht eht. rrrtir tnitn nt rttnti inf,t to itip l't wole nmrnr f r m nrln tt llirtl t n4el tn etirf home unci InrfUprti!. Me tn ever? "fflrr, f-hl.l.- AT M.M1 m t. n ..rr.i ntrr 7W m " 'tll !l.t S tt;l 1 Ml. -'Illl WEEK; JoK nrf r-nrrf and Patents! Pensions Pf-n-i tor iti'. ntor iim1e r-r Hew I " . in f-"it. n .1 f r ,Cf.' . f f NkKOl mm4 HM NT V L4M, PATRICK 0 FAS R FLU . UAIIiOT0R, D. 0 n n CnBflw-r and pfr'e Im. hoM nit Tio rnr fr I CrtiTrrtinn. It bP r fhnntMMKl. ft rd n"t If jer j t 4 IMnntMMifl. IT rs Jrliii. It i rot l , 1 IV i lue brs' eo.iel t f. H eerhr Mti in take. ih H'M A. N. K.-D. 1391 stnrs Ki rise ts jsmmirm n r ssa last b taa ASTxrttBuaeat la us STOCK BRAtlDS Xt rctipjUij mors ipars than Ui Irtt Mlotrtnf will U Inserted at 13.00 fr jwir. m ferine " r er idisU lieix't U Uut U 1J idrertife lb brands. O 71 RANOH. Cney, lCana. ( Irelses Jsi D til.: Ullll Sip. J ..... " o Binirs Csnsr, t mliM taothssslsf Os r. Ksnsss. Sail sail tot ship. BlSBl. 4 Lii-.lHlin stiiiti sMiiril D. L. DENNT, Claremore, Ind. Ter. 4 KHkrTSIA. in.M.. Tsrloul sasrks. Ksass I sallss ci C"u"'' t n "O. t WA SHBOtJHNfl, t. 0., Viniu, I. T. BRIDOI n .sr. nsdsr- billarisiit. H S B s os Bnond Spring Pralrls, inllas s.t of ilulsas 1-errf. Hon krss4: C on left hip Sams ullll nrsnde4 os tell kill. - Mf c. w. pocta Chelsea, Ind. Ter. romo branded C w. nn lert elds Hanife oa Pryor creel two utiles Irora Ceei sea. li J. O. HALL. fost-oOios, VinlU,I. T. Bom brtsd ssm, as lift tin. L'sd.rbll sebtst. Uo.-lJlMS CsbU sad rryt w. n. NOELSS. PottdfBc .! Kingston. Kunstt. Hor-i tuS isms. '.,. i .ii m ." "."" '-'" VJ 1 ' bl , 0. . s-J Postoflio, VlaiU, Ind. T.r. Vm,Wti4 sais. Msrk, srs iA ) kais trtu Wlr, IB rl(Sl. isitis r tui krssSsSldsB. If tn !- BSSI. SMt Sssllssts V. BUS S CsblB v4' .v. WJr si Sb4 Sutuf VMkl, 4-31 O. HAYDEN, Chouteau, Ind. Ter. I'lrrlnen n k , rtttirr I U on ripht n!dr, left lir; C H bi or I mr rribhed , nip i ohh on iM-el. : y en id and hip; soma Maaoni v on left nn iiore firaoo i it tn l'i tioillfr nr lUtKh. KanK on t .hotitea ind rjor crrt-ki. OEOrtSn V77 CLARK. Poitofiict.V'iniU, Indian Territory niootk crop la left esr, split la rishli ileln Itans. os PrT-. IlltnU, S-kl B. B. TAYLOR, ToiloffiM ViOiU, I. T. Smooth erspra Ut sr ss4 srop snU wilt IB Ui lifbl kurr.s est lis Is ,sr loss olhsl krsnds wsrls. Itsoss SB I s.t rB. rt uiies ss ( Vs. kJlB. 4BS NATHANIEL SKINNER. V. O. Vinita, Intl. Ter. s!o some branded uti--r slo-ie In yJ i si n ear; ranpe in, I'.rtliifM, " Ljta river, twelia uo.us went of C'liclstrs. o. n. UATW, fotloOc Ssim, lndisa Territory, s,4 t'4a kit Is SB, r sips ta lks BtkU. TBBBff S.V1 St, t.srS f -.Oaiaa )l t J. B. MARK. BAM. Cboutesu, lad. Trr. Swallow-forl and BDdrblt l irf eart b4st loi tn ripM. Ratiir fr to ixy cat! Gro t ral Coek. feat I rl of Ui rii Ac Id my f LlpOMBt. F O. ALLEN, Cht'topa, Kansaa. f Hane M tha jMJUN oilio riTei of t ow creek, Mark: fmonth crop off of nhl car. Li. O. EDGERTON, Lenapah, I. T. " f A trw ats-en nsv A . right tla ttramlM R and marked ria cmi left ear, t)Rorca' ri-.t. Tha "op en heart" cattlt have tip ef right horn sawed ofj v trio at eat Biwks lltif talifora!arrea. L. O. SKINNER, Adair, 1. T. Seme hive FAT es Isfl si'le: mark, smoeth m erm. rl.iit itwr slO( 4. Lleli. H anas nar A'lsir. 4 2 f )li 1 . ftm' lumiji i , 1 1 "T ( i isi-ii " " it t JJ M 1 A , M 1 3 ".H sews- tail . f Brr,i uu mj a k-SBSS W B siaa. 3. A. J. tANPt, Clartuiore, I. T, AIk v os 'n Walk : I " ami so t..riiii In riulit. swat ''-S ,r..rk In I.H. In V lrMt rha niiirki iiioM tu mitaa loirta ial ' WATT' MAYES, Trycr Creek, I ml. T-r Bums steers h'ssdsd sV" Stri' Bi-rnts ins :otB liraixiut r.li .1 nssr I'rvot A. 3. ELACKWElU Cholsca, Ind. Ter. . y Kan (jo en I.tshtBtni .r so t halt reeks, tea miles Cbel- OEO. NIPPETt, Pott-Offlce Claremore, Ind. Ter. a. Swallow for sn.l nndsrsit I ii .ft , araovil rif Haussi Psa. tlivtersab . Sni.ras44 Ii tlfblsldsj WM. IiITTLB, rostoflic Vlnita, Ind, Ter. Brand oa alp ar sla, Car mars, crop oat Isfl BT balfcroliof TlKhl. titssrs tirsnit.tjSSf,ssn ! Varioua ethsr V.flr-j marks a tiraaast vtr- 5u nsavrasaWkia S-21. J. O. nOOAN, Adair, lodiso Territory. f S-sllo-feYt a4 tmrf asitsroil la rlshl sr, f - iDoin him it i sv r a . J. T. M'SPADDEN, fotofc .'. Chelsea, I ml inn Ter. uiass crop on isn aarf arsrhit lvrluhl Rang sis uilasvasi Clisiaas. V7. W. MILLET., Viuita, I. T. Itanra oa I, o c a I , erk, four VT mil Of VlllllB O. V. KOQERS. Cl.ut-iiiori-. Intl. 'I'er. inme hst J H on tiliit 'I was rsl- iiitve horl- ntnl hsr S ' i "-,iri mlel V 4 S.-.-'-!l ' ll-lt lolil ..rll...l ... r. m if - - Vi" iUUL, J lMil.e-, l(ni.-e-.Ts- J.,U. EDWARD P. 0. Vinila, Indian Territory. B a n s os .juicli rrairi Jrojt sti'l lll Illi4, o f e r ii 1 1 It. soma kraoded J 11 "0 Ufl hip ami tills. kite sow J ea .ft J. 11 oa il.ls. K on hip. -jaiBi.i.ii iin;. lslT btsf est! lot jld. t llf Will mv ski 00 rursaltlar r.i virlion as, al Ins ttraiitix an aolinsl mikls tiraud. FAIR MoSPADDEN, Ciiiii.Ht'u, I. T. Stripe arrota tha romp . Msrk : Crop pff th Ttt'ht. tinuVr.i H'V in thn I oft ear. Knnjrf fonr mllft wrau ol CheUea. lu-i. - fSBwamsf ' J. M. ORUTCHFIELD, Tui.-a, 1. T. Snms hrsnileil N T Wsrk: Un.ler lislf i-r. H..re brsiali TA llir-fi'? Kanite fro-ii TtH.a t 5 4 f-..,.,,a.iiirlli ef l'errv- Sinn i.a.lnrivsii.t soultl rret-k. . solU escelit foi i ililpinent. W- MtLTOH DRAKE, Four ile, I. T. lt:tnre on Totir Vila l'l mll-S KOl!tt)t-S-t o f'lie npii. Kjitt. .vlartc vpiit In rik'l-.t ir lfore iir.inil. ! on if-r BtliU! lillT. No yr ttli M.'il except fur hly nieuu "io s; 13. W. KIDER, Chorea, Ind. Ter. H C on ? Mr. Msrk: i;rnli rlplit, rrop, spUl uU hole 'm loll. U-iJ GRAY & CLINK:S0ALE3, Vinila, Jnd. Ter. . ..., Varlonamarksv tJwrfa- F-S Itiiiieli ob 1'ssr. w. g milk-a m eMt or Vlnita. No stork anttl ns, rsajn loraniDMs C va shotihler. li-M w.o. pattoit; Viniu. luii. Ter, RsbcS Ree Sbtii raftls sisakia, B !! aad )b irre k nttlea Bl.B aaif alrala D vlliara slaxki Sraktalfc 7-81 LEU PARIS, Chelsea, Ind. Ter. Mara: Two, pi! tats aV? aarri ear. C.;ii Swltca. I agfaanrs Hava you twn Era-o Wolf s m-w pier: Jchn 3: S3. J yon want a nns.-bt-, l i.4irt r.imt'hfcti' -4 "Jolin ThrHSiXl'fn 11 Oji'v rf-nta prr rr. fcatra' C-o, Vu.;'i . hro.t Nat ion, Ind. ler. V 's.T- J J't-!''1 t Vs? C-Jacr-X-inl .. . eT' H s a d Vli rrop Ib I lie ,-aj.i-t.."a't Infill, emu few f 'T' b i i - n i J sj' f i jCl l?js ss-lNatBaa mit Ii !HfSaiBV..iet jiS jrWSBt23Sr TEXAS CHAIH CAH LINE. u i.H,t y u.wVft TO AIX POINTS IH Texas, Mexico and California. Timoron tuai.ns cATtny PULtMAH SLEEPERS BETWEEN Hannibal, St. Loui3 and Kansas City texapoTnts. BEE RECLINING CHilfl CUES BETWEEN Hannibal and Donson, Dallas, Pi. . Wortli and Taylor. . , A. S. DODGE, Traffic IVaiager, St, Louis, Mo. W. G. GRAHAM, Acll g G. P.andT. A., Parsons, Kan. E. B. PARKER, A. G. P. 609 Chestnut street, St. Lou.a. r. Through Route CBElt KANSAS CITY, O : SAINT LOUIQ Ornaha, Pueblo & Denver. Papain Bn'J't Keepltj Can aad ft HECLINnJO OHAI3 OAB3 ' -Dslt Ret eeii CT. LOU13 AMD WICHITAa H. C. TOWNSENO, Cenersl T jsenier J . . . a:. 4 T.-ktl Aftuu ( KT. LOUIS, Mil A. D. CUBINE. Manufacturer of and Coaler la BOOTS AMD SHOES, CcffsyviHs, Kensas. Decs ell Lilies of boot ani filico iTork, pnarantpplrig a fit and fcatisfacifoii in every re ippct. Parlies desiring work rn send their names and ad dresses ;nd will receive a cJrco lar giving i'uli directiuns how to pleasure tho foot. J. Vt". Cl'lllMI, foreman, Iiaj dona cotliii.ir tho for ;can unit li fc-iilnf bet ler satisfni-llon ia the licet lasincsi Uuia) siij nun lu Wot. IKE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.LOUIS- THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL Stock Yards. t.nratetl at Fast St. I. mils, 111., Pirrclly oppn-ilo tlio rity of St. Tvula. liiiyi'i's'fi-r ti'l ili-sciii!iim ef Livo Sttx-li r.l"p.j-s lu tii i-riiUiii(-i, nml within tht proiHidH of t he Stuck Yards is a Keol Canning l'oinK!iiy. witli a oupai-ily for BiauifhtiM-icc I.cik'j hrail of cattlo daily, and l'orlc l'ltt-kiii l-'.st:illiliinonta with a onpacity (or sUiiliU-riiiif lli.lAX) hogi daily. ISAAC II KNOX, President, CHA8. T. JONES?', ftupt. AFTOFJ HOTEL, AK rtiS, IN'. 1 Kit.,' J. II. ALLEY, PROPRIETOR. Terms reasonable. Talilo wavs Ptuitilii'il with the tiest al. tha market ufl'urfis. Good sampla rooms on lir.-t floor (loini stable iu connection the house. . with 'COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MRS. J. E. L&NGLET, Prop. Fairlancl, Ind. Ter. FIRST-CL A S3 A GVO M M OD ATIONS Julj 2nd. 0 ma V7illiara HcDavitt, Ecncoj, Mo, lropr1rtor of Seneca Mctlel Fcifar Mil's, "A," "MoJcl." end "Gilt Hour. Buys wheat nn 1 corn. Solicit" trsJa frotu Imlian Territory, Batit-fao. tioo euwrniiU-ci iuii nit tuttft HfvaMl r1t to-day. fiVTi! y,m aa liil, rwiail itirnt! -n I un. rraks) ! brirtly "ai h Ins; fairly .tr, lira 1st tT t nbr al, b an f. ad i4 ni, and who, 'l'l tnstrBf't.'-n, it! aHft tndatt nr.t.Tr. b r K am I lir 1 lp-. ami Imllira -ear In 1 lie it ora f-r Hi- ha I nil iiii fhrutafc 'ia t'.i-K.f. 90 mpli.t "dif ye mm arn I -- I imrtsni. 1 rUstr ' t," .nrt Mrlrrant,- nt ! n-- rf,i. iK'-n. ti hits, r iit I'tnrt j . , . - r i''"""" ; i -n life a l tn - no ti.ntv r. n , h, A 1. 1,1. A, 4 Co. i usual at, JU.lBk, .Kr44 Scientific America aJK h v 1? -ifgt Aflcncy for CSVEAT8. 'Ws COPVHICHTB, ato. Tnt tr.fnr-iMtno and fr-s TlTO1b.o, -rite tn tt Mi a ro- 34 niAl-mv, Sr Vokk. V"' l"iww I KrSoriin.iii-Hl.T-t. In Anwrtra, rrw" pstent tk.-- onr t- up t. brr-rwht belora las iwtoic by a notice Si en lira o! ciiaive iu Uia Scientific mcri?aa Ii- c "ition of sit mnttfv rmr-r tu tht awla Mly..1si.r fuvtritri No H iiiicni Dan shrul.l W with ut it. irpfcT, a;.ao a lB'i !-!" '"''. A.iat- .Mt'SH 4 ivv" i;u,8U liuklni, Mc4 Jars. mm 3JaBBsataaa. ' u - . a.