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I'ARM AND GARDEN.
FOR SHEEP RAISERS. Il.nr to UmII.I it t'liuililuittlou liny nnd imlu Fo.tl ICtti'k. Tho ruck I have IibJ miuto U ton feet lmijf, nit hou;lt it iiot'J not nmvssnrily lc mi. I uiiike it ten (oft nil it suits the iliviilin;,' uf tin? Turlington ulifi'p pens. Yards iliviili'il liy H coinbiiiutlon liny mill fccil ruck uro very eoiitnl'iiC Kiiioho tlio pens nre thirteen feet 111 witltli. us tliey lire nt Turlin(fton, in ad dition to tho ruck you cun luive a thivo foot ifnti between th nick m! wnll to mliiiit of passu (fp way from fold to fold, either for yourself or uhcep. The ruck is net on Jilooks win foot from tho ground, but I would nineli pre for wheels. Tho mcuMireiiiciit from top of block to top of rook U thirty inches. Tho rack is lioardod downward from the top eijrhteeu Inchon; tho re iiiiiininir twelve inches in divided by hints into two and one-half Inch Hpuceg for the sheep to extract the liny. Tlio ulats arc simply stronif plaster kiths; fence boards 0110 inch thick coiuplote the rest of tho work. H Is wise to round the ehuip corners of the luth so us to prevent the sheep when fording from ilisIS,rui'inj? their "side whiskers," which our cliannint; Downs are upt to do; Indeed, the correct system would be to have smooth revolving rollers Instead of permanent fixed, slats. Attuchoil to the rack is n feed trough, inalcinjf it u eombined hay and grain feeder. The grnhi trough on Ixith sides f the r ick is on a level with the blocks. stundimt ten inohes from the ground. I ho trough is eight inches wide, with a roMiil.NATlo.t HAY ANI RACK. CHAIN KEKD strip two nnd one-half inches wide along the front. This I find very convenient for lambs as well as for old sheep, yet lambs should have the benefit of a "creep" and a feed corner for them selves. The opening at the top of the rack is two feet wide and the width at bottom one foot. When such racks are exposed to tho weather they should always be covered and have folding doors iu the roof for the admission of fodder. In filling tho rack with fresh hay or in emptying it of refuse it would be well if possible to back the sheep or remove them into an other compartment till tho work is completed; otherwise a careless attend ant will iuvariably allow chaff nnd dirt to settle on the fleece. I have tried racks with three and three and one-half inch spaces for the sheep to feed from, but I have found none so satisfactory as where the distance is but two and one half inches between the slats. When you consider that the feed openings are only twelve inohes in height and from there boarded to the top it is almost im possible for dirt to lodge on the wool. I have sheep so fed during the last win ter and to-day their wool is spotless. Owing to the convenient height of the rack the shepherd should turn over the iinoonsumeil hay lit least once u day. This induces the sheep to eat und adds freshness to the fodder blown on. When it is picked over remove the stale feed and replace it by fresh, taking the utmost cure that the sheeps' backs do not get soiled. Rather than be subjected to the re proach of being a careless wool-grower it would be well for the owner at shear ing time Ui spread every fleece on a table, turning the shorn side down ward; then remove by hand all ex traneous substauces, such as burrs, hay, dung, etc. never forgetting to throw aside all kempy and matted parts. This done each side of the fleece ought to be folded over toward the mid dle. The neck is then folded toward the breeeh and the breech toward tho neck. Now handle the fleece carefully; place it compactly in the fleece press, tie and lay it nside in thorough good fashion, and let every bale or wool sack receive a temporary mark to indi cate the description of wool it contains. Let the "locks" or "skirtings" lie placed in separate bales. William Watson, in Hrcedor's (lactte. NESTING-PLACE DEVICE. A l'lllll That Will Commend Itaclf to Thoughtful routtry Ituiarni. The nearer hens can have their sur roundings approximate toward nature, the bettor will be the results from them. This is specially true in tho matter of providing dark nesting-boxes out of the light and out of the liability of annoyance from the other fowfs in the flock. The device shown in the illustration is admirably adapted to se- rure both those advantages, and in ad 'I it km the advantages of convenience in gathering eggs and in keeping the boxes clean. With such a plan it is not necessary to enter the house at all, ex cept to clean them out and supply dust and chaff, as the feeding and watering can be done at the door. The cover of this projection can be raised and secured by a hook, w hile the front is also hinged to permit of sweeping out the boxes occasionally. The same construction can lie used to advantage upon an in Kino naiiway oi a poultry House, or where a room for fowls is partitioned otf from another room. Webb Donnell, in Country dentleman. Frrtl tho Calve Rrfnlarlr. A young calf allowed to suck its dam frets a little warm milk many times a day. It will faten faster than we have ever been able to fatten calves by any process of band feeding. One difficulty Is that the milk, even if no cream has leen taken off.is usually not so warm as that direct from the cow. The great point iu band feeding is regularity. Whatever food is given should be warmed to new milk heat, and fed at two meals twice per day. The calf rats lottcr than with a noon-day meal, and the food has plenty of time to digest boforr the stomach is again loaded. In this way healthful digestion is pro moted, and if the calf is kept till six months old it will be better than if al lowed to rclv on its dam for food. A Remntr for Roup. When a fowl breathes with difficulty, and acts like a child with the croup, it will be but a short time before it will suffocate. Carry the sick bird into a warm place, and sprinkle a pinch of chlorate of potash around the wind pipe. P not attempt to force any thing down the throat as it may cause bird to strangle suddenly. A soft ' ii on the end of a 1-ad pencil, n mivtu'v of ten drops car- h:,!f Fill of water, uiit !j the threat bef-trr Varm and. Fire VICTIMS OF A BAD HABIT. Men Whose Ahatiiit-MlmluilueM Leads Tumn Into Hliimiy I'sltia. Tho ubscnt-minded nun are hopeless eases. One of them played one of his old tricks tho other day. He was walk ing down Fifth iivcium when ho haw (tome one coming toward him whoso fiaee soemeil to Ikj familiar. Ills own story best explains the situation. "I was conscious," lie said, "that I knew the man very well, but I was thinking of something and his approach did not make a clearly defined Impres sion on my bruin. I was also conscious that when he saw me h gave a start and took a step toward mo with his hand outstretched. And yet, nil that did not recall mo sufllelently from my thoughts to enable me to realize clearly just what was happening. I said, In an absent way, 'How do you do?' and walked on as if I were In the habit of seeing him every duy or as If I woro ouly slightly acquainted with him. Even in that minute I was awake to the fact that there was a queer light iu his face and Uiut ho returned my lxw very stiffly. "It was not until I had gone a eouplo of squares down the avenue that it flashed Into mv mind that the man was one of my oiliest and most Intimate friends, whom I had not seen in several years, and that when ho had started to greet me cordially I had worse than 'out' hint by giving him a cold bow. I then, as a man will do, turned to hurry back after him, but, of course, ho was gone." Here is another cxtromo ense which seems improbable, but for tho truth of which the writer can vouch. A Now Yorker who made a trip to California was met at the pier in Oakland by a man who rushed up to him and wrung his hand heartily. "How do vou do. Will?" cried tho stranger with delight. "I hcurd you were coming and I thought you would like to havo ine meet you. Tho New Yorker looked at the other man In blank astonishment. "I'm afraid," he said, "that there is Boute mistake. 1 do not seem to know you." "Well," said the other with a laugh, "you nre a cool fellow to joke in that way. lint how long are you going to stay out here? I wunt you to como to our house." "Hut, my dear sir," declared the New York man earnestly, "I don't know you. I never saw you before. 1 can't imagine what you can mean." "0, if that's the ease," was the reply in tones of indignation, "I will not trouble you. Hut just to refresh your very remarkable memory I propose to tell yon that I know you. 1 am your cousin, George D . Wo were Imys together, we went to school together, and you haven'tchangod in appearance, and I do not think that I have. (ixsl day, sir," and ho started to walk away in disgust, but tho New Yorker ran after him, offering a thousand apologies. lie Is a man who simply cannot roiueni licr oven faces. Tho nbsont-mlnded writer who after filling a sheet of paper w ith what to him at least is.valuable literature tears it up, with nit knowing what he is doing, anil throws the-bits of paper in a waste basket, recently brought con fusion and horror into his existence by one of his "thinkloss" actions. He had completed an article of several thousand words and hr.d finished "looking it over and mulling changes and correc tions in it. Then he sat back and lot his mind dwell on the subject upon which ho had been working, ami work ing very hard, and for some time too. As he mentally reviewed the whole arti cle, his fingers began to do deadly work with the manuscript They tore it all Into the finest bits anil threw them nwny. Then the man got up with a sigh of content that the work was com pleted to his satisfaction. Not until the next day, when ho went to his desk to kike out the manuscript, did he discover how much his terrible vice of absent' mindednebs had cofet him. All his labor and pains were gone in fragments of worthless paper and the thought made htm faint and sick. And yet he himself declares that there Is no help for him. He considers himself a "hopeless case," nnd tries to make the best of a Imd trait a straying and capricious mind. N Y. Tribune. WAR IN THE FUTURE. How It Will lit! In Ton lVsr. From Now. Commandant of Fortress (A. 1). liloj) "Is the horizon clear?" Sentinel (at the telescope) "Yes. but our friends on the planet of Mars have signaled us that a licet of balloons has just started In this direction from a point about ninety-eight miles to the northeast "How long has it taken tho message to reach us? "At Mars' present distance from tin earth, sir, it requires about seven inin utes for the light to travel from there to our planet ' men tnose balloons have Imm-u on the way fourteen minutes already! They ought to lip in sight! (Shouting thnmgh the eleetro-multisonous speak ing-tube.) What ho! Within, there! All hnn-ls! Turn the 40.000.000 camlli- powrr electric burning-glass toward the northeast! llring out the aluminum aerial rams and have the flying tor pedoes in readiness on theelevated plat form! Lively, now! Is it all done?" A Thousand Voices (through the vice tro-innltisonoua tube) "It is, sir!" "Then turn the balloon-proof hood up over tne fortincations. Is that done.' "It Is!" "Then everything is rea-iy. I.ct the enemy come on." I Yawns - t'he ago Tribune MARKET REPORTS. KANSAS CITY. Mav It CATTLE Shipping steer t III r,( n HuU'Imts' siren I TV ( ( I 13 Native cows t ul t,( 4 a.'1. HVi:S Good to choice hevy .. a si ..t. 4 4i WHEAT No red. hi a, ta t No. t hint ;n it, 71 COKS-No. as Hli i OATS -No. t ? ?.. KVE-No 1 Co , t KLOL'K -Patents, per sick ... t ill (, t it Fanry I i i., I v. H AY ft -ilrd Ill jM HI'TTEK Choice cre:n?rt.. 21 at CHF.KSK Full cream 11 EUii.s -Choice . Hit li BACOM-Hwns J H H Stimiiiicra. t A Sidr.s.... V i-t in t.ARD 7 4 St POTATOKS 5J Hi 7 ST IIUIS. CATTr.E-Shippin! sle-m . . . 1(1 , I IluU-hcrs sieera.... n 01 t$ 4 M Itiv.S-pi.-kinc 8 Al , 4 fit Sll K RPf iiir to choice ni it ji fl.'X'H - h .ice Ill WHKAT No. tni SI (,, i COKN-No I II t-x IP, OAT -No. ":i i. 'M HYK-N.r - 71-,-i. 7 Ht"rTEK-Cre.m.T,- i -t PL'KK 13 'T , . I I 41 CHI' AGO. CATTLE Sh!pivn sneri 4 n 4 , Htw;- Pj-l(tr- md hJp.in; a ;s 4 SHF.rP-Fir ! chTl:-? ... 4 i I 11 FI('R-WnHT wlM-at J ' i)i4 4 WHEAT No. 4 re I sfl-, mRM-N'n V 4 41 OATH So. t. s: , 1 : RYE -N"r I T 7 lU TTEB-Crtltnerj ?1 POKK H '8 CI XKW YORK CATTLE -Coniir. 31 l pri.n- . 4 I 1 H"Hs-Gooi :o c i!f 4 ri t, 5 J FI ,1 It'll - t the i C Sal 5 H 1 K T So I r 1 : : , 9 CO'lN Ni J ; . 7 OAT Wcm m!ed Jr. ' - r. X 4 Ol'TTER i'rcaxrrj ft Ft f. puiiK..., I U &:l H "EVERY WORD TRUE!" Bo Bnyo tho Writer of Tlmt Fa mous Lottor. ti ll, rutin HI Mutrmi'iits, I'rmlueos Ail. Iltlniml I'ruul nnd I li srly lU'llno Ilia 1'unlllun. N. Y. Siill l It would be ihlUrult to mcaiuro tlio In torom ami comment, mil to suy excitement, which tho iiiililtnhod hater of lr. It. A. ii ii ii, which appeared 1" the piipor yester day, liiis i'co'it"!''d Tim prtimtnoiice of the d'H'tfir and the uminuui mituro of tlie letter have belli tended to mid Intercut to the subject anil nmlio It really tho talk o( tlio town. I called upon Pr. (tiiiin lit Mil residenoa, No, l:Jt Yv Otit Kiirty-soventli mreot, yostor daynlternonn. 1 found tint reception room crowded, und It was only after uu hour'a waiti iijf that I miccocdcd In obtaining an Interview. J r. tin n n U a distinguished looking nuin, and impressed inn nt once by his lniinly bcirliiK and air of sincerity. I took the cat he courteously offered nie, nnd said: "Are you aware, doctor, of tlio commo tion your letter has caused I ' Hr. Omin smiled, anil replied: "Thinpi out of the ordinary listiiillvcaiiiocoiiiuicnt It is not a common tlilnfr fur i!i mi tutu to Iml'irso nnil cordially nvouintciul medicines other than those in tlio Mntn i i MnlU-a. His tory it full of instant es of scli.'ntinis wlio Intro indorsed discoveries they beliovo to bo valuable, ami liavo houu ilenoiincod for so dolnjr, and yet tliesn samo discoveries nro blessing the world to-day. I hope I havo tho manhood nnd courage to bo true to my convictions, nnd that is why 1 so cpenly and unhesitatingly Indorse War uer'n Safo Curo as being tlio greatest of modern discoveries for the euro of diseases which have bullied tlio hlghc.it lc ill of the medical profession." I va Impressed with tho earnestness of tho doctor, and saw that ho meant every woril that ho said. 'How long havo you known of this rom- ody, doctor!" I asked. ".Nearly U'n years," ho replied. "Jfy at tention was originally called to tlio kifo Cure by a serious case of Height's disease, whioh was considered hopolosn, ami yet, mncu to my surprise, under Its use the patient recovered. 1 havo tried It In other cases slnoo then constantly, and my origi nal faith In its power has boon o inlirinod. I havo seen patients recover from inflam mation of tho bluddrr, gravel und Dilght'i disoasowhen ullother trcutmenthad failed, and I have found It especially efficient In all female, troubles." "Can yon spocify any particular cuscs, doctor!" I asked. "That Is a delicate thing to do," the doc tor replied; "but, as 1 nhvn.vs keep a wilt ton record of my casus, 1 cau in coiumodats you." Thereupon the doctor opened his desk and produced h i record book. Turning over tho leaves ho said : "Hero i i a case of a genllomun who was a great sufferer from inflammation of the bladder of long standing. lie had consult ed a number of physicians without lienetit. When lirst consulted I myself tried the usuul methods of treatment, hut without success, and I linully advised liilil to try Warner's Sale t'uro. Ho felt bettor from tho stjirt, and in a few weeks was entirely c u roil. " Tho doctor turned a few pages further, and then said : "Hero is another rase. It Is that of a fsontlomau win had freiiii'nt attacks of renal calculi, which, ns you know, Is gravel forming in tlio kidneys. Ho had never been uble to prevent tlic- e formations, but after an unusually severe ntt:u:k 1 ivooni mended him to try the Safe Cure, winch he did, and, although it is tl.reo years since lie took tlio remedy, ho lias never had uu attack since." Tho doctor continued to turn the leaves of liis hook, and smldenly exclaimed: "Here is a most remarkable caso. It Is that if a laily who had suffered for some tiino from Ilrtaht's disease. Klio became tncknie, und alMitit tho fourth luonili sud denly beeamo blind, bud convulsions and finally fell lot ) n state of coma, caused by uremia or kl Inev iiois n. Several idivsi- clans who saw her said she could not live, and in this view 1 fully concurred. At she could still swallow I said, ns a last resort. that they nik'ht try Warner's H.ifo Cure, They did so, and to tlio surpri-o of evory ono she recovered ISho lias sineo given birth toalivinirelilld. and is irfecllv well." "Thoso aro certainly nio6 wonderful cases, doctor," 1 said, "and while I do not for a uiomeuit question their authen ticity I should coiisMitr it a great favor if you would giro inn their nanu s. I tlifnk tlielmisii'iani o of the subject would fully justify it." "In the interest of other sufferers I think you areeorreel,'' 1 r. loiiin linully observed, utter a moment's thought. "Hotn tlio lady and her husband aro so rejoiced, so grate ful, over her recovery that I know she Is only too g ad to h.n o others hear it. Tho lady is Mrs. K unos, w ifo of the well known eostumer. Oho was not only restored, but Is in perfect health to day " I tiiuuked tlio doctor for Ids courteous reception, for tho valuable Information im parted, and 1 foel assured that hisirencrous and humane nature will prevent lilm fn,m feeling other than pi.nl i t s-'eing this inter view published for the benefit of suffering Humanity. Han is firs! In high spirits and next iu tho gtillcr. Uaivcston Sews. How' Tliim Wonffcr One Humlml Inllur Howard for any rase of i'.iturrli tint ouu uot bo curwl by linll'n 4;itarrii t'tiro. 1. J. ('iienet V 'ii., rri'pfc , TnUMa, O. WO thO llInhTHiKM.t'.t, liuvo kimivn F. J. riioury for ttio lust ) ( yt-arn, nud b lit ve liitn iMrftrtl' li'tnoralil iti n'l busiin-H transact ions unit li iiit n la ll.r t 1 o to carry out nuy oMiirutltms .mule liy th-ir firm. Wont & Tni;ix, V h!rulti 1 MMnrcNm, To lcl.t, o, nil it it tr, Kinnuti K Miirviu, WlioW'sjtio lriij vii, Tnlciio. Oliio. ft ( atnitrrii Viit f is tak n intornally, rtinr iiirf'tly tijm Wio hi. mm! ihhI tiiui'tn'it surfm- of tlio n tUm. I'i uo TV-, jmt Imt tUv HdIU by all tirutf'irits. fiViiuitiiiais frto. 0p may tvjrew up liis rounu.' ik1 havo hi ft u; u-nL.ou nvotro!. Tfxa Silting. COPTRICKT I8SI In ihf )hir of a rnmm olio's weak, ai'iiir, atnl mism)lo, why not ! a woman who's healthy, happy, anil strong? You can lie. You needn't exiM'riiiH'tit. Tha cliango is ni.ili salYIv arnl surely, with Dr. Tierce's Favorite Tro Bcriition. It's a trial ter (hat rests with you. Flere is tho nieilieino ttto only one for woman's jn-etiliar weakniises anil diseases tliat's iitmrantod to help yon. Ft nitit pive satisfac tion, in every ease, or tlie nmney is promptly rtttinieil. Take it, anil you're a new woman. You can af- foril to make tlie triul, for you've nothing to lose. Hut do you need to 1 urged f Yon don't want tirs i;i s. liill it IIUHI! l.l!M'fllKI. J'U W..III IC- nilts. With Fr. Fi r"" F'li asant irts, Mnailctt, clip.-iis t, cairt 1i takf, von pot tlie r' u!ts. Si. k FFetil.vle, liiliiiii'tii ?s t " nt ii at ii n. nsitrition, ! ail derail c-irn-ntR i ol tlie Liv(-r, Mnivh anl li.iavds1 j'n vfnle-i, r lirv-ii, an 1 rnn i j LADY CANVASSERS r4 In Errrr 1 m a. l')ram h. 1 Xtai si ' fc aw? MM fm Ki'4h Vslnt Slutilows of a (irliu C'oIommiis i o.mio ni lento bis coining. Mental depres sion and iiertui buuoii, u soosiilloii ol bin giuir by ilny and uni'i-st upon gelling up In the morning, heartburn, occasional lioiul nchi'S, undiio stoisittvoursH to slight noises, furred tongue tlieso uieuit tbatoii need preventive tonlo medication. Neglect It und tho hideous colossus of disease will speedily sturo vou out of coiinteniinoo unit wrest heiillh from you. (Seek preventive still from llostollor'sHtoiuiioh Hitlers, which checkmates dyspepsia, hiiioiisuess, lhou mutisin, uonstipitlion mid inularia. "I'll scorn the action," as tho soldier said when ho ran away. Inidou Answers, The Ouly Ono i:vr I'rluleil'Csit Yon Find I lie W or.l? There Is a fl Inch tllsphiy advertisement Iu this paper, this week, which has no two words ulilio except ono word. Tho naino is true of each ninv ono appearing each week, from Tho lir. Hurler Mediclno Co. This honso places n "Crescent" nil everything they iniilio und publish. Look for it, semi them tho nuiuo of tho word and they will return you hook, beautiful lithographs or sampies frco. OnnsTli'K calls his girl Revenge because she Is so sweet. Huston Trunscript. 1 pen, It my dutv to wrlteyou In repardto the benelit vour Itiadycrotliio has heen to mv wifo fcver since a child she has been subject to tho most, ilrouilful heininches, usually several times u month. Mho has tried doctors from Malno to California, hut none could prevent these spells running their course. Ilradycrotiiio bus not fulled to effect, aeuro In a sinirlo insliinoe, ono dose usually beiinr sufllulent. Oscar K. Frost, Jloniiionth, Maine. All druggists. I r Is easier for a ship-carpenter to spur ti vessel ttiiiu It is for him to box t lie compass. In Olili ll Times rwplo oveilookeil thelmportancoof perma nently iH-netlclul efTects und wci'O satistiiii with transient, action, hut now that it is generally known that Syrup of I'igs will permanently cure bubltuul contiputinn, well-informed people will tint buy other laxatives, which act for a time, hut linully Injure the system. Tiik mini who Is shiulowcd is necessarily uudtr u cloud. Washington tstur. Fun strengthening and clearing the voioo, URO "HllllWN s Jtnosriii ii. 'I llIK in s."- -' I Imvo commended them to friends who were public speakers, and thev have proved ex tremely serviceable."-Uev. Henry Hard IJccoher. Wiiks a buckwheat cako Is not done up brown It becomes u Hat failure Rick IIkaoai nit. rhllls. los of npiictlte, and nil nervous treinbllngscnsiitlniisqiiick- )y cured by Hi ochuui s 1'ills, i'j ccuu a box. A wrimiTr coiisideratlon the salary of tho side show fat lady. Wasliingtuu Ktar. Ci nn vour eongli with Halo's Honey of Horchonud and Tnr. l'iko's Toothache Uropsrure In ono minute. Thy tho "A. II ('. Ilohemian Hottird H-er" tnailo by the Anierienn llrewing Cu. of HU Houis. It lias the pure Hop tlavor. Uouts Rlieimiatism Mr. Chari es I.awrfncb, of Adiland, Nch , s.iyi lint Swift's Specific cured him f SPA' Kit K llllKUM.lTISM of which he lud uHrcl for over tix months, with vain efforts to get relief, lie recommends it Id all sufferers fiom Rheumatism. After suffering untold agonies three years from Khrum.itUm, luvinij hid much treat ment without relief, I decided to take Swift's .Specific. ICiylit hollies CURED ME ENTIRELY and I wih other sufferers to know of the value of your great remedy for KhcuiiMtUm. John McDonald, MdhuaU'i Mills, C'j. BPi,Send for free Treatise on the Wood nnd Skin. SWIKT Sri'.CIl'ICCOMrANV, An a-.i a, (;a. THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the Ivst. ( invfrniiu-nt StandaiJ is t lie Ivst; t lie largest Hag dealers in the U. S. are (. VV. SIMMONS & CO., Oak Hall, Boston, Mass. Dealers in Military Uniforms. Write for a Flag Catalogue. FLAGS. LITTLE LIVER : PILLS P0 SOT C.BIPK K0R SirKFlt. Pnw rnr f it M( K UTAH IMsi'-'ii.U'rnni I ii no 4. I 'nrr-mn! ll nr.1,1, ti lu.i.f n.UHt. i.i let- cat on Kid. goo onion nrvttn dm OTOVr. fstklillt lt lit.i LAILT At TiijK. Ttonut.fr roniplnfon by iurlfing t)tlMll( l'l Mri.I L.svtAltl.. Ti ! v I f":jnffi I i ti'l "mr. onr r i!) t-tS UrTt'f tM-t'H) mm ri. t h it r-.i.tatT i, rurrW tti v 4 .srk-'t. littV !) prnPlt. 1 . It -i t Ilinn'n fr-l f mi niri.fr. 1alin isi'T tl im ntr. i J,,i rvvrfm br Ail fru,ri hhm1 bur "l'nc nt." tid t-ewnt Hmmyt . Yu gri JSi b-sok ith ia,D L. DR. KARTEI MtvdlClNS CO., St. LouH. Ma, Kennedy's Medical Discovery Takes hoKl in this order : Bowels. Liver, Kidneys, Inside Skin. Outsido Skin, Driv-iiji cverythiriff Wture It that oup-hl t Toil know xrhcthcr yon need it or not. Bo; 4 bT ivrrr dnji,rl-t, aal man jfaclurrJ by DONALD KENNEDY. ItOXHI HI. Tl . Towers Improved lrd 5LICKER i Cuirtnle(4 7', vo ee 5oft Wooleo toll Poll Collar. o f:;. J i - ais. bjiTO Mais Tzzi 'OSCOOD', Scales U. 3. 3TANDARD.:r.U rl . l-rarf t mm imt l arkrt. L1r AGENTS W.el tm tkta(r. CSiCCO Thif:,M. f rffav'tn, H. T. nn nit tt nfTFivrn Un- linn-l-t, (njitifl Iho ln.'ii. fin'i tmi ii off. Tin llM'itf hull hiuvn Is iliilH.int.O-lf.r- Irtn, Dtit.ti If, Mini tlio C'lhsucuT -, tut lti UU oi (liinr. with UTt-iy pur- I am a farmer at Kiluin, Texas. I have tisfil German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat, Coughs, Colils, Hoarseness, Pains in Chest ami Lungs and Spitting-tip of lilood. I have tried many kinds of Cough Syrups in my time, lint let me ray to anyone wanting such a mct.liciiu German Syrup is the hest. We are subject to so many .sudden changes frotn cold to hot, damp weather here, hut in families where German Syrup is used there is little trouble from cold:;. John l'.Joncs. is Scott's Emulsion of coil livcr oil is an easy food it is more than food, if you please; but it fa a food to brintj back plumpness to those who have lost it. Do you know what it is to be plump? Thinness is poverty, living from hand to mouth. To be plump is to have a little more than enough, a reserve. Do you want a reserve of health ? Let us send you a book on careful living ; free. Fcott A P:-..v.vr.('hrmi'.is ijj South Aveau, tiew Yoilt. our ilni,--!-l St ..tt' KiniiUinn of ccd-Ilfcr oil nil ilrutt- cvt-rywiicru tio. i. used in every KITCHEN. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 137:1 WrilAliKF! k ( O.'S Breanrast uccoa from I'irh Uio f trt-n i t ull h iB jv t H'ttiOVCtJ, It uhsultitr-frf purr and it i fotuttfc. Htr HM'l in list M Pioalli'Ii. H in :! t'. in tfnt thins t' i(rlth t ir. a HtU '! w Ftiii I. Arrt.n ri,:t or Hti.,tr, i fi ii' f ir it.me m trf litn t' ,n t-i It .-.li 1. in. ttr. DUiriTCb, ttuJ t.lniliat !j a,! .j.it.l lur iutiliu M at i r peri"1" In ht-ip.h. So lt lif .rorT fTprjnhcr", TT. EAKEE & CO.. Doi cLrster. M.ns. FllVn TITH Latest Sty! L'ArtDeLaModo. roi.or.'i i ri ALL TIIK I TfM r.U' 0 M-n C y'Onlit it ir -..r i lih r. . I nil 1 Mli IEWIS' 98 ( L.l'l'llHtlll (Ml I LYE Trif atrfn.,..t nnil i.'tr-t I.t X tnuti''- I nlil;-' ftli r I. .it ! ,r. nr tU'p iui'1 in a i .in 1. tl. OIi(. 'IN fa Jl i'-J It I- ' -t fi r i' .u 1 i? SL I'.i'-iJ. mtt-hri -r lt.it? t i' . M s t"' Pt N i A. f L T H F'R . 0. .1.1 .I . a Je. ,Kl. , I'i.lltt.. I.l. - TliU ril'IR a.r tisva 1 WTstaV RI!RRIFfaati PH!CE Ud ti .ta II. Prlrra mt.1 wall jM(ltf 'ts-ir. nllVurr r. ; r r. rttnl 'it., -till TCTT lrADLrS OF LOW f hH :S, 11 Ul t 1 1'Klt tPI t. II K ' '.hnlai: ..oni -rl telltft Oih n 1 1 uj. r ni. v 7 -lt G..rVVA 1' I" II k v. ...nir II.M w Win II.I.VT linn,, . nil 4 T. Ul ' Bur.-! Ilk.. r- ll.'-l.. w . I'r -II!. f .'.I. T li... V.. CUCOY 41 CART CO., U. a..id. ' Wl nn..lcflv. K.rrl!fc..r... I-n.-L O A K5;u-ii.Vi"kr V rCUtrebia Chicly Lil fcaT" ?t J I. till 141 IK ism fm wr.f Patents! Pensions il- ' ll'l KltlMlHI'lIM I . ATRiral orARRll.L. - WAHUtT0II. I. 0. ir-i.t Tula l . k iMfRM F.THira: b fAIRUl. rtlll Till. I &!Ll.frT7 . GAKOSR -n-M"r. it Nrrt, HTDRIULIC ELEVATOR V i.,r ; t; a, ' h IM'SI 1 .fR- tl M in Ul . i -I tl I pensions: 4, m W "I, l. i , .iMl WIMI 1i,t rftJlw Om jess n Kitiiarvci ai:j w. !f f i "n. It fca rrr 4 hi mJ. ft ti ri- t v or- ,i r It i r t ? I y K.-D. 139 STRF5 HkTIk ! SBVI atlIH PLI Ml nmtrn fe aav tk ATerttaa-aaa( ta ikaa Syrup" . mm.. m El EM hivt j ti;. Ptxti. r t"ub t r: -. li tC N. STOCK BRANDS Hut eeupyluf nsort ipac Uan Urn I rut follunlnj will L Inserted at I5.M ytt jtur. The iff rtllrt t men unlng rje r loiall terJn l tUat It paji U idrrrti-e tbt trends. o a itANon. Caucy, Kansas. I Irrla "n i D a Iblai y U us sip. U . .Id. . ' .... r Li Rsnr cn,f L I calif- mil"! of Oa sr. Ksnks4. sdl eol for snt B1ISI. -4 D. L. DENNY, Clareniore, Ind. Ter. Either 4l4. wi,.i) m i "mi ft I un tiiis. urn Ttrloasoisrlit. Btnfsmllss4ui Ctluuts. ia if Y fta i Xfacrnr or O. V. WARHBOT7RNEJ, " 1. 0., Vinita, 1. T. frmooth JV M stsh 4r. ni tut m mu sum "nf '.. .. l a n a 4 o s R.uiiot aivrhig frslns, SuiHuii tiit of Uulcof r"f- . . Hums sran4: C on lt hl' Soma eatllc fcrnfla os Uu blv. . MO P0CLE. Ind. Ter. Some braritad C W. I a Irtt l-hl Itanifc cm I'ryor rrccl two uittco Iruui 1. 1 rl tea. 10-' J. O. HAtL. foit-oUio, Vlulta, I. T, 4 r ".TW MIU Iu - ssv il WW ip sssj. i b m. ' "i.. . . G f ' I , V OsK tw.iui'.i VtlP --m if .-iftwi-MiTt IIon brn4 iam fta ln bip. UDflvrbtl t W. H. KOEL33f Pontofilc at Kingbton, Rantaa. Vol- brtutd ft m. in f ten ear. B. D. FRAYS Ell, FuttoCc, VLtiita, Iud. Tr. Hraaru4 ssnit Idark, p alt larii asatssi Uiittag araka. O. HAYDEN, Chouteau, I mi. Ter. - Irrlf on rrk, Ptthrr tlt.; C H ni'Ie r ( " h mi iutI. ; 'iirtBilt-il v tv r, n-i ti It. (J on nsrl.t r.tr urMbiifi y mi ftiilf flixl Flip; pn.nif m I rr nl.miMf r r tiili int lryor crvt Itonyo on litmicHi lu-lti PoatoQica, Vinita, Indian Territory s moots crop la ejp-aTTCJ left nr, ipitt la T!Fil; itwlp rMc on TT " n. R. TAYLOIl, roitoflioe Vinita, F. T. Pmooth crop T IrTX ar nl crop itj tsi-.it In tut ftsbt fir to f) h I krandl A Uiftrlvt. Kftnit on ! toal c;mi. fi'l inllatt C Vln .NATHANIEL SKINNER. V. O. Vinilft, Iml. Tor. -n noma an!',t1 ll"..T t i :M ITdlUIIH 3 ri r. twelve fl. II. MAT S3, foftonc Ssiiua., Indian Territory! Swallaw for) aaU ardar ail la .a. v aal ar ..ipa U tka 'ler. larlf ai Ha li t J.4 t Sa4 aclrb cl au.ia kuah at ae w ' tail aal iu-.ir.M.l tlaa TT1 m .a.t u a 'i w hraataa aiOa. J. B. MAP K. if AM. Chouteau, ind. iVr. rtrj coderl.il 1 I1! rr( axf-r !of In rihi, Rtnfr rrom L rati (rv t ltlg of k Tl ftotfl on if tt itaipaeot, S3 F G. ALLEN, C'lit'tcpa, Kanww. , N o h o riTi 1 1 tow tnt't, i , t Mn'k: Smwtth crop itfT oi ti$h CAT. B. O. EDQERTON, Letiapah, I. T. V jf A fw ttn "'f and ittarlvvtJ ear, rni-lrt rlifft. Tt,m ' cp en ttrurt" i itti li?t lip of rlf hi Ji.rn f4 off: tirltii rai Krf um L!iroralaerrck. KMC U. O. SKINNER, Adair. I. T. Sorra haafi TXT lf ilv m-lt. mtxth 9Tp r'r' t. nft'pr aloi-t ItU. it g Mati U r. O. W. Chelsea, Pi r t f . V. . 1 na aaaorati ' Vr.if 1 tr.ta rt.kt 1 "..H -'-i-i' J t alllaaf Uu 17 ii mllei a a V. ri . i u i Manama i i . ? e'W IP r r j is in r i j tr''y,r'tSf.-'f ! I t -.'.' -.5 --a. it A. J. LANB, Clutemure, I. T. aiu v o a,a ttatk: t.'Mli Sill llrlilt In fislil, .! Iiiwloik In li n. I" V b i ml aailuna mar4 Uaiisi. In milas unrin ol tlaruinuia. W-N 's'JJ'llt l f2Z ..la-r: WATT MAYK3. Pryor Cretk, Fnil. 'F'er. iirt)" urn- th n)i (Mil UrUltHixi LMU top iDtl ipiit " Itnngt near rrroi A. J. BLACKWrLX Cliolsoa, Ind. Ter. Jl&ngn on TJifhtnlnj ml hull ' reck", ilk. UXl -t r-r tTTTrn-T Post-OfTico Ciaiemoro, Ind. Ter. Swallaw fwa snii Bni1sr.1t lsl.lt) amawli roprilUt. Kausa: rss thai . r b . Susnaira.4a4 It Hflil aidaj s-M WM, liITTLH, Poetoflicd Vinita, Ind, Ter, Brand ob hip tmfi e sr wan, enr p off l4 d odar isna crop V '"w ZCrTi liiferonoff rlffht. f ' v.V ; 5,! rSou dthir 71 In if crop off rtfrht Ilanca as WsJ. a-21. J. O. H0OA1T, XiJalr, Indian Terrltorr, v wall.w-fort s4 jWj snitarbll ta rlf.1 aar, rssi. tU J. T. M'SPADDEN, oAtcffc At Chelsea, Indian Ter. " j Cle.a crp off left ssr AaaaT .T.rfclt W rlKhl -1 ,, 1: ji'p. tU luil.a ara.l ''-.'-"i V . t .ICtail.s. v. v. Mir.iir.r-, Viu.ta, 1. T. O. V. UCGERS, Chirtiiioi', liul. Tit. Snme liar. JH on i ia V vlf-i- i.fT li-aa i'hi linrl- la-, r - v tal l.ar HI Irll lulu "r vrlii-Bl Imron Irll Iniv iitie Milit rxrepl 1 11 r atni-mi-iit. I(.iii:i - Ts- I a I 10-Jl j. B. iaWArtD3, Vinita, Itidiu Territory. P. o . It s n ft a os ',j fr.lrl. timji aivl n'llt ia4, oifii.il f a t t . Soma branilrd J ft (in Wt lilp an.l ault.. a ito aom. -I uu (art Jaw, II on M, K on hip. p I T baal I K.l.l. B-lir ' ..sif.m'lillt; Will pa SV) 00 r.. ar. fur conilcllon aaj Is. aicailus u stuaial In ttiia brand. FAIR McSPADDEN. Clulsra, I. T. ?trt trrofit tha ri'nip Murk : 'ror niT h ritrM , iimlT.4lui' In li. l.'lt cor t .' n 11 finr mllri U t-Bl ut ClltrlajCft. J. M CRUTC11FIELD, TtiL-a, 1. T. Stnm druTvVil N Y Murk : L'mlej- half rrt In trn'h ni r . Il..r-e trai Q: M Itfin.'1 ('rum Tn a t jjiji' ali.p.l.niirm ni rerry ui iiiii iainraiit auult) -i f i-t (tir.lt rt-t-k rf 1 Noric -ia except f j i!iitii.eni. iv-m MILTON DRAKE, Four Mile, I. T. U in o on Vrvr Vflt li ni :1 a ft -in iii pvt , 'r''lM. h;t:i. M..ri( t i ;i rik-iit -ar -liurM' i mini, on l'-r Ni';;.!r- No ta'tli Mi'l CkL-f-pt tor Mi'i Uu ut. 10 iu ... B. W. RIDER. Chdsca, lini. Ter. H C n Ian Mf. Mn'k lirnli Tirli, rnii, aiiil SbJ bo-. '-s Irll. GRAY & CLIN'KCALE3. Viiut.i, Ind. Trr. V j Vartin.m.r!, agm TmJ llaiioii on I'aw- 1 ? ri i a nuns a .awK f visit. w - i . 4 ,. stork aan tat v Srwarri-" ..! t.,m -s.i 'if-r-Jnipnt. C ihoiil'tfr. It-M X7. C. FATTOIT, Viuita, Ind. Ter. Ra ftk asa. SV Oi. rati!. hr a I ti aa a'da . an a 1 ML fcl. . CT" r atio J L I a a. draa. D a aluki airs. asfs 7-l LEU PARIS. Chelsea, Fnd. Ter. II ark: T. ap'ltsla ..rh aar lia'S'i Wortk of Oat... fcvtu. John 3: 10. hi tt.e I'h- r- k' li;- n 'Ti'lin 1 fin ( :X!t5 ' pi t.-mi wrtTjt a r rht, V- V ftti l t ;t a. t C '. p i- r V-4 N i ' 1 1 ' .k f'-c ?!i in en con fr TV rt.n,watisy 1 ' v, I" t tm I 1 asPaBsajfc jatV n j. n n TEXAS CHAIH CAK LINE. TO A IX TOINT8 IS Texas, Mexico arid! California. THROUGH Tit A INS CAHUY PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Hannibal, St. Louis and Kansas City texasapo7nts. REE RECLINING CHAIR CARS BETWEEN Hannibal and Donson, Dallaa, It. Worth and Taylor, A. S. DODGE, Traffic Manager, St, Louis, Mo. W. G. GRAHAM, Acting G. P. andT. A., Parsons, Kan. E. C. PAHKER, A. G. P. A., 609 CI estnut sired, St. Lou t. TO KANSAS CITY, O ; SAINT LOUI0 Omaha, Pueblo & Denver. rillaw Tzt-t Eletlsj Can as Tin tizousrua ceais oars Dallf It.lwa CT. LOU!3 AND WICHITA. H. O. TOWNSZND, fjnrsl f jirnser I . au.ll ii'jlet gut, . IT. LOrll, W A. D. CUBINE, jUavsafacturer of and dealer tn BOOTS AND SHOES, Coffiyvlile, Kansas. Decs all l !r.tls of boot n4 fIioo work, ;niarantcclnff a fit end sjil!s!'artIon in CTcry r ipoct. I'urtka desirinff work ran zcrA (luir names and ad drosses anil will receive a circu lar ghin:r fuli directions hov to Dicnsarc tlio foot. J. TV. Cl'MSR, fcrrnan, lias doaa Bothir? rl fur jc-rt anil Is fiilny bt Irr .ntiifu-lluu In the L'.cl butlncas thaa) sjij uinn lu t!;a Vi'est. KEL1YE STOCK UARKET OF ST.L0D1S- TIIE ST LOUIS NATIONAL Stock Yards. i ... J at rr.- f-oiila. 111., Diri-ctly nppoKi'o t'10 rit.V of St. IXillla, l'.iivi'fs fi t- nil il.'si ripiicin 1 it Live Stuck! ..lwuV3 iti tVtniilnni'i", find within tha prmind-i of tlio Stm-k 1 arda is a lieol I'uiinin? C' mp;i::y. it!i i ciai'ity for Bliiiiliti'rir.i; l'ii 1: i-:nl uf emtio daily, nnd I'o'i; I'm liin F.NtiliiishmiMits with a capacity fur c liiuy hterirnf 12,0iX) hogi daily. ISAAC II KNOX. President, CHAS. T. JONES, .Supr. n , , . ,.i i ..- - I m AFTO?J HOTEL, AI I'iiS. INI' 1 J. II. ALLEY, PROPRIETOR. Termi rensonalile. Talil al ways suppliiii with tlie best tha market nlTonl. Good gampla rooms on tirt 11 nor. Good tkiblo in connection with tho house, - - - COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MRS. J. IT. LANG LEV, Prop. Fairland, Ind. Ter. FIRST-CLASS ACCOM MOD ATIOSg July taX mo ViUiani IIoDavitt, Bocooa, Mo, l'r";irlr:jr of Seneca Mot!el Roller MIL'S, "MoJcl," ar.J "Gilt TAg Buys host sn.l corn. Kollcita u!Un Tcnilor, Suttsfao. V CVtT. r . a -a, i 1 r lT-T ' .... - uupiaiunis, ia wi N . k i roi T. .VlW ..:. CT '. lT!Ta f a awnrTia I."-.-. In Anw, Ew. p:ot !"-; r:t t-i Ti. 1. !.r-arbt tl.a-. Ui. pulaic t J . u on. (tves f-aa ol cLa-t. la vb Scientific mrricati MIL -"S '-t iv;.r,rti y m -Tiiroogh Route I "A I four. j trsila frou I uuu guari'auiioi.'vL ' AcLP'rf J 1 1 ! 1 1 1 "-.PtllrS B E I I I I !( aaIHa i V C'ass!aa1"" L , ' " r7 J Jt rj ""i f arty ! an, (.-if 1 i '" 4 Nv sBT, jf I ' HlMt l I ar I hi 1 h. - 1 afd l.fillata ' vou( . iV 3"Stz2 x. "s l.'ji .r4- -a l..r. aa r ' .iiHia- Xa, w a . , t . -- a- V i i. . . T " ii "i " - f aa. a-. i a... - . . I .... . . ... . i ..... a a ' , a .M r. r.-t f,r. -. . fcn. w - I a--.'. d ' r - .-I-. . i . . n - a.1 ,. - a - I k. ll.l-l ). II- 4 VO. A BtaMa. as.1.41, aA44 Scienlifio Aniericaa - ff Aaeacyfor ''al tan Hiia, o4 aa arfit fa". 1 ta rvi '.. .i-i,,; , i , i:-i,'i,riaj a a: 1 Im. a Jt it. .r-i j ceJ .-. a i -!., A -)jr4 ! SS a OoT ...-(.'., a k.''IJ. c Uk, '