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A. M. Lavmb, ft market gardener In
PenrwylTRnln, cleared 94,800 on firs
ere of cftbbnffo and flvo acres of
onion. Tho reason of thin, ho toys, was
because Bailor's seeds nro so extremely
eatly Mid wondrously productive
Lightning Cabbaffo and King of the
Earliest Onions ho had In tho market
three weeks ahead of any other home
KTOwn sorts, and consequently rccclred
fancy prices. Salzcr sends 33 packages
earliest vcffctablo seed, aufllclcnlfcra
family, for St, postpaid.
IT rOUWItX CUT THIS OUT AlJKDtT
with 3a postage to tho John A. Salter
fietd Co., La Crowe, Wis., you will ro
co Wo their mammoth catalogue and a
trial package of "Get There, UU," tha
sixteon-dny radish k
Is not tho nonutarltv
which Is followed nfwr, but tho popularity
wmen lonowi mtcr.i.oru iiansuciu.
TrtEnit Is moro Catarrh In this section of
tho country than all other diseases put to
Bother, and until tholaat tew years wassup
posed to 1)0 Incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced It a local rilsenso,
ond prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly iaiiinrf vo euro wiin local ircainjcns,
pronouncod lllncurablo. Hclenco has proven
raUrrli to bo n constitutional dl.easo and
thoroforo requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. 3.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only con
ntltuttonalruroon ti market. It is taken
Internally In doses trom 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It nets directly on tho blood and
mucous surfves of Uio system. They offer
ono hundred dollars for any esse It falls to
cure. Bond for circulars and testimonials,
Address, F. J. Chbiet cfc Co., Toledo, O.
rSTSsId by Druggists, Vic
HalTa Family nils, 2J cents.
Names are deceptive. A "masher" and
"bruiser" are shout as far apart as Maine
and Mendocino. Fuck.
Msxr an actor proves that It Isnot Impos
slblo to mix tho oil of eloquence with tha
water of a very weak argument Puck.
IUxices nro ulwr-s found out In som
way. Whoever It u wolf will act as a wolf;
that Is the most certain of things. KonUine.
What You Read
The toatluonlal published In behalf ot
Hood's Sarsaparffla are not purchased,
dot are they written up la oar offlcc,
nor sra the? from our employes. They
ore simple statements of facts from peo
ple whom flood's Sarsaparllla has
cured, published without scnsallonslism
or fictitious headlines. They prove pos
' Itirtly thst Hood's Sarsaparllla posses
Des absolute merit and that
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, Jaundice, bil
iousness, sick headache and indigestion. 25c
I used August Flower for Loss of
vitality and general debility. After
taking two bottles I gained 69 lbs.
I have sold more of your August
Flower since I have been in business
than any other medicine I ever kept
Mr. Peter Zinville says he was made
a new man by the use of August
Flower, recommended by me. I
have hundreds tell mc that August
Flower has done them more good
than any other medicine they ever
took. Georgb W. Dve, Sardis,
Mason Co., Ky.
We want to engage the
Services of an energetic
man or woman to repre
sent THE LADIES' HOME
JOURNAL. We oiler em
ployment that will pay
far better than clerkships.
tmSend for circulars, lllus
jjl tratcd premium list, sam
ple copies ana private
3 terms to agents.
CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY
204 Dotton Bldg., Denrcr, Colo.
The Greatest fledical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, of HOXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
Alnd of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a corr..,non Pimple.
He has tried It In over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except In two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now In his
possession over two hundred certificates
of Its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from the
first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted
when the right quantity Is taken.
When the lungs are affected It causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same Willi the Liver or
Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts be
Inp; stopped, and always disappears In a
week after taking It Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No ch ange of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of It.
Dose, one tablespoonful In water at bed
time. Sold by al I Druggists.
Hcafs tho Soros.
Heat ores tho
BeHSca of Taste
T8Y TIB ODHE.
A panic 11 unpllM into each noitrll and I
airsMbu . rrirjj g cent, nt lrul.t. or br n.li
J.J.Y Ulllr!Kl:J.6J Warren feu, Ko for.
A COMPtETB CATALOOUB
I'tufSUnara. mTXmt mtrnt -r-J
a r, i.vt'i, m
A Railroad Englnoor Kolatos HU
The Wonderful Htorr Told by. fret! O
Voso nnd Ills Motlirr-In-I.air to a
Hsnorter nf the llnatoh Herald
lloth Are Restored After
Venn of Agony.
(From the Iloston Herald.
Tho vast health-giving results already at
tributed by tho newspapers throughout this
country and Cam J a to Dr. Williams' "Pink
Pills for Talc, 1'ooplo" havo been rocontly
supplemented by tho cases of twoconftrmod
Invalids In ono household In a NcwKng
land town. Tho names of these peoplo ore
Trod 0. Voso, his wifo and his mother-In-low,
Mrs. Ollvor 0. Uolt,of retcrboro, mem
bcrs of tho same household.
To tho HtraM reporter who was sent to
Investigate his remarkable euro Mr. Voso
said- "I am S7 years old, and havo been
railroading for tho Fitchburg for 1.1 ears.
Slnco boyhood I have been troubled with K
weak stomach. For tho past 7 cars I haw
suffered terribly and constantly. My stom
ach would , not retain food j my head ached
constantly and was so dizzy 1 could scarcely
sianu; myoyos vrero blurred! 1 had a bad
heartburn and my breath was offensive. I
had physicians, but they foiled to help me.
Myappotlto gavo out, and four years ago 1
dovelopcd palpitation of tho heart, which
seriously affected my breathing. Had fer
ritin pains In my back and had to make
water many times n day. I finally devel
oped rhcnmatlo signs and couldn't sleep
nights. If I lay down my heart would go
pit-a pat at a great rata, and many nights I
did not close my eyes at all I vvas broken
down In body and discouraged In spirit, when
somo lima In February last, I got a couplo
of boxos of Dr. William' 1'lnk rills. Bo
fore I had finished tho first box I noticed
that tho palpitation ot my heart, which had
bothered mo so that I couldn't brcatho at
times, began to Improve I saw that In go
ing 10 my nomo on tho hill rrom tho depot,
which was previously an ftwful task, my
hoart did not boat so Violently and I had
more breath When I reached tho house.
After tho second and third boxes I grew bet
ter In overy other resnet. Mr stotra '
occame strongor, mo gas belching wf s
so bail, myappotlto ond digestion It -rorol
ami my sleep ooeamo nearly natura n . tn
dlsturbed. I hare continued talc 1 , ti:o
pills threo times a day ever rlu.. t
March, and to-dny I am feeling better LUhii
at any tlmo during the last eight years. I
can confidently and conscientiously say that
they have done mo moro good, and their
good effects nro more permanent, than any
modlclno I hare ever taken. My rheumatic
pains in legs and bands nro all gono. Tho
pains in tho small of my back, which wero
so bad at Umos that I couldn't stand up
straight, havo nearly all vanished, nnd I
find mv kldnevs t.ro well rcirulBlcdbv them.
This Is an effect not claimed for tho pills In
tho circular, but In my caso they brought It
udoul. 1 am ircung iui per ccnu ucucr in
every shape nnd manner. "
Tho reporter noxt saw Mrs. Holt, who
said "I am 57 years old, nnd for 14 years
past I havo had an Intermittent heart trou
ble. Thrco years ago I had nervous pros-
unkiuu. uj nmiu lit) HL-atfr uuuuiuwus m-
creascd so badly that 1 had to lie down most
ot tho time. My stomach also gavo out, and
I had continual
and Intense pain from tho
back of my nock to tho crd ofmy backbone
In II weeks I spent KWO for doctor bills and
medicines, but my health continued so mis-
cruuio mat j. gavoup uociorrng in ucpair.
I organ to taico Dr. Williams Tink Tills
last winter, and tho first box made mo feel
ever so much better. I havo taken the pills
slnco February, With tho result of stopping
ontirely tho pain in tho spine nnd la thx
region of tho llrcr. My stomach is again
normal, and tho palpitation of tho heart has
troubled mo but three times slnco I com
monccd tho pills."
An analysis of Dr. Williams' rink Pills
shows that they contain, in a condensed
form, all tho elements necessary to Kite
new life nnd richness to tho blood andrc
storo shattered nerves. Tbcyareanunfalling
partial paralysis, HL Vitus' dance, sciatica,
neuralgia, rhoumatism, nervous headache,
tho after effect of la grippe, palpitation o:
tho heart, palo and sallow complexion!, all
f onns of weakness cither in malo or female,
and all diseases resulting from vitiated hu
mors in tho blood. Pink I'lUs aro sold by
all dealers, or will bo sent tost paid on ro
celtit of price, (SO cents a bor.orsLx bxcsfor
13. VI they are never sold in bulk or by the
100) by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., tfebenectady, N. T., orBrockville, Ont.
THE CHANGEABLE OHIO.
A Hirer Wblcii Aiigmn Slany 1'liaiti In a
To tho artist, the silvery, shrunken
Ohio, winding- feebly between preen
and everlasting hills. Is a churmlnj;,
spectacle worthy of transfer to canvas
and subsequent hanging- In a favored
plnca In the home of a purchaser.
Hut to the practical I'lttsburgher, tho
swollen, turbid, oil-stained Ohio, career
ing to the Mississippi through a blenk
landscape of snow-sprlnklod hills, Is a
sight far more attractive than any
afforded In midsummer.
For the larger Ohio bears on its mud
dy bicast the deep-laden coal boats
whoso contents aro not more needed
by New Orleans and Memphis than the
money the coal represents is needed by
our river operators and shippers. These
regard the Ohio as a most lovable
stream, when, after months of pictur
esque Idleness, It arises In its might
and boasts of "twelve foet"
If our local artists wish to make a
painting of the Ohio which will bo sal
oblo to a coal shipper, they must por
tray the stream with that number of
feet, with the tawney inane of swirling
water and a procession of coal boats
heading for the sunny south. A coal
"boat," it might be ndded, Is ono that
requires ten feet of water to float it,
and Is helpless to reach the lower mar
kets on a stage of wntcr that will let
out a coal "barge." Pittsburgh Uulle
tin. "Sweet Slitem."
The beautiful calendars sent out by
C. I. Hood & Co., of Lowell, Mass.,
havo attracted much attention In all
parts of the country, The calendat
bears tho head of a lovely girl, "sweet
Mxtcen," lithographed in delicate col
ors. Over eight millions of those calen
dars wero made, C. I. Hood .t Co . as
la well known, nro tho proprietors of
Hood's Sarsaparllla, which la every
where a household word on account of
the wonderful cures that havo been ef
fected by means of this great blood
purifier. Hood's Sarsnparilla Is made
In building which is tho largest in
the world devoted to the business of
maltlnga medicine, nnd this great Indus
try has been built up within n few
years by tho absolute merit of Hood's
Set It down for a rule, without more
than ono except! in In a thousand cases,
that overy gift of alms, even of cold vlo
tuals at the kitchen door, which Isslm
ply given with no knowledge of the
needs or real condition of the recipient.
Is a hindrance to all that Is good and a
help to all that Is bid. "Dlessed Is ha
that consldereth the poor and needy;"
ho that looks Into tho facts of their
hard and sad case, nnd then IntelP
gently gives. Hut as for him who sim
ply gives to get rid of a beggar, or to
satisfy a foolish sentimental Impulse, I
do not see how there can be any bless
ing for hlra. Ho does not deserve It
Itt Itev. William Croswoll Doane is
possessed of a ready wit. Recently, at
tho laying of a church's corner-stone,
he followed tho resldeut clergyman In
his address, and commented thus:
"Your rector says tho foundation nnd
spire aro paid for. I hops it won't bo
long before thesa extremes may meet-'
Krom lowest place, when vlrtuou
thlngs proceed, tho place Is dignified
by the doer(i deed. Shakespeare.
This gives force to the strong, that
tha multitude havo no habit of self.
rtllBHOt or wliflnl notlo-Buaarwn,
There exists on account, given by tho
farxnus Humboldt, of tho capture ot tho
tlcctrlcaleclorgymnotus, by the South
American iDdiuun. This nccount has
been largely copied Into natural history
works by reason of its being Invested
with tho authority of thogrent traveler.
The gymnotm, by the way, was the eel
on which Faraday experimented with
refcreneo to Its electrical powers. It
represents nlong with certain other nnd
different fishes a very curious modifica
tion of muscle and nerve.
Humboldt, In describing tho capture
of these eels by the Indians on tho
llanos of Cnruccns (where tho famous
traveler laid the scene of his narrative).
spoke of the driving of horses into the
pools or waters In which tho fishes
abound. The eels were described as
attacking the animals, nnd as giving
them shock after shock, so that tho
horses rushed hither and thither, with
eyeballs staring and manes erect. When
the eels had thus exhausted their elec
trical energy on tho horos they retired
'.o the sides of the pools, and could then
ba taken out by tho Indians without
fear of consequences.
Now a writer has recently given a
different version of the matter. It is
stated that the Indians captured the
celsnot by means of horses but by aid
ot nets. Furthermore, the Indians
near India rubber gloves, which, I sup
pose, serves as Insulators, so that the
fishes can be taken without nny risk of
their captors being "shocked" in a very
practical fashion. The writer in ques
tion says that the eels could not be capt
ured by tho horse method In a word,
Humboldt's account Is alleged to to In
corroct This is In Itself an interesting
story, but It carries a certain moral
lesson with It.
The first point for discussion is: How
came Humboldt to write such an nc
count if, ns tho most recent information
I have quoted alleges horses could not
be used to capture the eels?
This difficulty may bo explained
either on the assumption that once
horses were so employed, or on that
which might hold that Humboldt got
his description second hand. I do not
know whether Humboldt gives tho nc-
count as that of an eye witness of the
scene, but in nny case It Is somewhat of
a puzzle to reconcile tho old statement
with tho new. London Illustrated
TI10 Wron C'onllilaiite.
She I hear you are going to marry a
He Xo. I love her to desperation,
but I cannot ask her tc be my wife.
She U hat Is the obstacle?
Ho Her money
She Oops to her bur band's family 'f
she remarries? Life.
THE GENEnAL MARKETS.
KAN-AS CITV, Jan. 31.
CATT'.K-Ileat beeroa t 3 e 4 13
Blocker. i uo 3 M
NallTerowa 3 39 ft 3 OJ
HOOS-Oool to cbalce he.vr . 4 3S Q, i 31
WHEAT-No X red tl &(
NaZ!;ard teWib M
CORN NaSmiied 30 i 31
OATS-h'aZmlied !H !
HYE-NaS 48 4911
KJ-OUIt-Patenl, eraack I 49 tt t M
Pane? IH a 3 7)
HAY Cboke Tlmathr 8 33 0 8 09
Taney prairie SW ft to)
IlKAN bi (i ii
'JlTTEIt-G'bolce cramtrr... Dan
CIIEESK-I'tiU cream. 19 a WH
EOOS-Cbalce S,js 13
POTATOES 15 80
CATTLE -Native audahlpplag 3 6) 42 4 09
Tezana 3 W et 3 M
HOiJS-lIeavr !U a a 49
SHEEI'-Palr to choice 3 00 tt 4 SJ
PLOUK-Cboiee :u Qtl)
WHEAT No. 3 rad to J4
COIIN No Zmlzad 3ja 3!j
OATS No. I railed. 18 M;
IIYE-Na 3 4) 3
HUTTEIl Crsimery 34 Vl
LAUD Weatera steam 7 fli tt 7 63
POKK 13 01 eiSWtS
CA1TLK -Common to prime . 4 99 4 S
UOGS-PatlilagaadalitpplBg.. 4 0) 0 & 43
BHEEP-Palr tothoHo 3 60 Q4 5
FLOUU WlDUr wbwit. 3 39 Q, 3 81
WHEAT-No. 2 no, Mft 4H
OOIIV Nat 3I4J 31
OATS-NaJ iln 31H
RYE 47 a 48
IIUTTEK-Lraanutrr. 21 Si
POKK IJ 13'iII 13
CATTLE NJtlVd atftra .. 4 03 3 3 41
HOOS--Oool lo choice . ft (0 (& 0 19
PLOUIt-aood to choice .... S 3) s 3 M
WHEAT-NaS red ... CHi
COICV-No.3 . 43 (4 41'4
OATS -Wis era ni X'-d Sl'itf 33H
u urn: it creamirr ... :i u
i'OHK-lkM. .. 13 SO 013 23
Arc tell-tale symptoms that your blood is not right full of Im-
Eurities, causing a sluggish and unsightly complexion. A few
ottles of S. S, S. will remove all foreign rnd impure matter,
cleanse the blood thoroughly and give a clear and rosy com
plexion. It is most effectual, and entirely harmless.
CllXS. Ifeaton. 78 Laurel SL. Phila
my blood which mule ma dread to shave, as small bolls or pimples tronld be cut
thu guild g ahTlS to be a great annoyance. After taking three botdts of
i mv lacs is an clear ana smootn as it snouiu do appetite
I splendid, sleep wall and feel Ilka running a foot race, all
j irom tno use oi s.
tni Ut Tronit ta Stud las ssla Mwum ailM
URiNG hard times
cannot afford to
with inferior, cheap brands of bak
ing powder. It is NOW that the
great strength and purity of the
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
to those who desire to practise Econ
omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful doe3 its per
fect work. Its increasing sale bears witness that
it is a necessity to the prudent- it goes further.
X U Grocers say that every dollar in
vested in Royal Baking Powder is
Worth A dollar the world oVco that it
does not consume their capital in dcad
stock, because it is the great favorite,
and sells through all times and seasons.
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., 10S WAIL ST., NEW-YORK.
Teara at tha Theater.
A physiologist has been studying tho
problem of team at the theater. He
asks why It is that tho people whom
you see crying over a pathetic situation
unit they sco acted bo fore them nro
generally Incapable of feeling tho least
emotion In real life, and he attributes
this special flood of tears to tho excite
ment caused by tho heat, tho lights and
the magnetism of their neighbors ut
the show. Ho ndds that nine in ten
of the peoplo who cry nt tho then
tcr aro hard and selfish at home. Tho
phenomenon is simitar to that ot ten
witnessed at a melodrama, when tho vil
lain or tho wicked woman Is roundly
hissed by the gallery the moment ho or
she appears on tho stage, while the
gallant hero and the virtuous heroine
come In for n round or two in their
every scene, and the homo life of many
of theso applicants of Draconian
mornls is something too terrible to con
template with serenity. Iloston Trav
eller. Robert Sunn (brother of Sydney, and
familiarly called Bopus) was a law) cr nnd
an ex-advocate general, nnd happened on
ono occasion to bo engaged in an nrgument
with a physician tourhlngtho merits of their
rcspoctrte professions. "You must admit,"
urged Dr. , "your profession docs not
raako nngels of men." "No." was tho re
tort; "there you havo the best of It; yours
certainly gives them tho first chnncc."
"Tiirne's one thing I didn't llko nbout tho
circus," said grandma, "and that was tho
man that twisted himself nil out of shapo
1 nevcrdldadmiro these extortionists.' At
"I scrrotE you bad n high old time In Eu
rope!" "Yes," replied the returned touriat,
"I was done up at ilonto Carlo, held up in
the Appenlnes and laid up In Home. "Wash
Fcss without Feathers. "I'm onto your
iiuio yamo: aaiu tno inuignant guest, send
ing baik the Kngllah sparrows tho waiter
had brought him for reed birds. Chicago
Ccstomeu "That's a queer-shaped piece
of pie. Looks something like a turnover."
Walter "'o, sir; It's a left-over." Oood
Jinks - "Don't you believe that spirits nro
all moonshine!" Filklns "Oh, no; somo
of them pay internal revenue taxes. "Unto
"Have you met that elderly girl that
Bmithhas married 1 He says she Is a sample
el Virginia beauty." "A sample! I should
oril her a rem nani" Vogue.
The Moat I'leaaaut Way
Of preventing the grippe, colds, headaches,
and fevers is to use tho liquid laxative
remedy Hyrup of Figs, whenever tho sys
tem needs a gentle, jet cffcctlvo cleansing.
To bo benefited ono must get tho truo
remedy manufactured by tf-o California Fig
Hyrup Co. only. For salo by all druggists
In sue. and II bottles.
"I wonder what this Imago represents!"
"The god of humor, probably. Don't you
sco that it is full of little funny cracks!"
There is no moro effectual
Coughs, Colds, etc., thau Drown
cnui, TnocUEs. So'd only in bom.
Rtcn rogues always fancy that their chil
dren will inherit only the wealth and none
of the sin. Theodore Wluthrop.
Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters Is Hale's
noney of Horehound und Tar upon a cold.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure In one minute.
Ciixixo a woman's dreM a dream Is a po-
Ilto way of Having that to cost of it gives
monigmmarc. hi. l'aui rtews.
Be sdre to read sdvertiacment of Plant
Seed Co., au old rrltable nnn.
Too u ant cooks apoll the wayfaring police
Sun Cure for Sprain, Bruisi or Hurt .
You'll Use ii Always for a Llk Mishap.
THE BEST KUBBEH I00TBSWSSS
Hlaere. II. H. hands aa4 olhers. Tbe outer
and other wurk. MK.s't' qumllr trmuabant.
Asic "i-ouauKAi.Eii rou tii i:i.
aavsi "I have had for vcara a humr.r In
Am. VU IPtWf 10 GtJ, AWM, W.
Jinks "I don't think It looks well for a
minister to wcnrdlamonds." Filklns "Why
not! Aivn't thero sermons In stones!"
Kato Field's Washington.
The World's Fair lor Sale.
Look at It Tho Michigan Central hni
arranged with ono of tho best publishing
houses in tho United Htatoa for a boautlf nC
ly-iirlnted scries of World's Fair pictures,
to bo known ns tho Michigan Central's Port
folio of Photographs of the World's Fair.
Tho original photographs would cost not
less than a dollar upiece, but tho Michigan
Central enables you to get 10 pictures for 10
It's tho finest. It's tho most complete
It's tho best. Itrannot bo beaten.
If you saw tho World's Fnir, you wnnt It ns
a perpetual souvenir of n memorable vUlt
If you didn't get there, you want this to
soo what you missed, and to fill our mind
with Its beauty nnd glory of tho White Cltv.
cnu ien ccnis io u. . UUOOLES, U. 1".
andT. Agent, Michigan Central, Chicnco.
ho will furnish younvlth tho first part.
TnE child that la spoiled by harshness Is
never mcntiouctl as a "spoiled child;" but
this docs not prevent him from being ono.
CALiroRXIA poescates a dellchtful wlntet
climate. A'rn st every dar Is balmy and full
of sunshine. To IIto In such air a fow months '
may save you a big doctor's bill It dossn'l cost
much to try. The Sasta Fe IIouie will carry
you to Lns Angeles, San Diego, or San Fran
cisco any 6j, on fast rcstlbulcd express train.
In Pullman or tourist sleeper, wllhout change
of cars The Journry It ihro h New Mexico
and Arizona, wbere uojry t . falls rarely
come. It la short, quick and comfor -ule
straight acroia. not roundabout. Oaceawcck
pern nally-ronductcd excursions are run to
l'jcldc Coast In tourist sleepers Competent
porters and agenta In charge. Second-class
tlcl-ete hoaored, and good caro taken of ladles
snd children without escort. Very cheap rates,
for rne way or round trip, now In effect. Write
to GtonoE W. lUaiKnucn, p. & T. A., Sinla
Feltoute.N K. Cor 11. hand Main Streetsor
1031 Union Avenue Itsnus City, SIo, for copr
of California excursion leans! and a hindsimely
Illustrated bock, entitled "To Ca.lfornla and
fanta Fa Route.
Oive a boy address and accomplishments,
and you givo him tbo masteryof palaces and
fortunes whero ho goes. Kmcrson.
"I'll Lire ns Long as X Can."
Is tho burden of nn old song. If you want
to llvo as long as you can,countcmctprcm
turo decoy, If you aroyoung or middlo nged,
or lessen tho Inllrmitlcs ot life's doclino ii
you nro growing old, uso Hostetter's Htom
ach Hitters, n gunuino recuperator of vigor,
and a helpful stay nnd solaco to tho old, tho
weak nnd convalescent. Incomparable. In
bidous, dyspeptic, rheumatic and malarial
A coward Is a man who fears to bo cndlcd
ono. Hani's Horn.
Oct of "work" tho other twenty-two
letters. Philadelphia Itecord.
AS A CLEANSER
of the Hood, nothing sweeps as clean ns Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It at
tacks all scrofulous, skin nnd scalp disease
In tho right way by purifying the blood.
fScrofula In all its various forms, Eczema,
Tetter, Balt-rbeum, Erysipelas, Holls, Car
bunclos, Enlarged u Iambi, Tumors and Swell
ings, and overy kindred ailment, aro per
fectly ami permanently cured by It.
PIERCE "EST CUKE.
Hit. Pierce: Dear
Sir I write In rcgnrd
to vour rrrrat uoiucn
Medical Discovery. I
had Fzcrna and ulcers
on tho legs. Previous
to this affection i had
had Dropsy alter tho
drip. I now feel per
fectly well slnco 1 took
tho " Discovery." My
lea-s aro all henled uo
and I feel llko n new
man. I cannot bo thank
ful enough to you for
your "Ooldcn Medical
Discovery" has saved
FHED PESTLtNE. Mn.P.PESTLDns.
Alexander, Uenetci Co., A'. Y.
tv. r,. nonnLAfl a.i fiiion
erjusls cuKtom work, costing from
4 n 30, rctii vsme tor tne money
in the rvorlj. Nsine and price
roped on the bottom, lltcry
nrTirranlcd. Take no substi.
tute, bee local papers for full
description of our complete
nrs lor isaics ana gen.
tlcmcn or send f. r lt
'T' -i structlonl
wrap" - how tn or.
derby mill. IWige free. o can eel the best
bargains of dealers who push r shrxs.
civtrs el loiuilom.
tatloni . j .
0r iii uir
Fine Farming Land
Phillips Co., Wltcontlo.
Hill lis bUUi at a DilUUIX.
a n 11 lies
1. . stLLvou gtnirma to,,
Sa IMtrSwa Sh, TSksss.
vrunn wiiiTiNo ? auvkktiskiis vlxah
siau tbaf s saw (M Adrsetlistiiit la ties
w w nxm -Nyr
wav-i 2$s ,e
U7j VsVsaaaW iJlZlkm tC. X" i K
'ii 7tTi7,i mil
Bflj Caasniniitlraa and people BBJ
H who bare weak lungs or Aln H
H rua.iboulduM I'lso's Cora for H
Com eruption. It bss curwd
I Ihansaatfe. ftltas noilnjnrv H
J ana, lilsrioi bad toiake.
H Itlitbe best e-ugh syrup. H
J Sold STsrrwhere. IIAe.
Kt ooef r4g mn tt B
feit foIlsTTlnf will bs iftMrte a M.W
Pr year. Th Ttrdlet f ma amah
Urte er tautU herds k that ItVya W
HrefUM tha broad.
Clareraore, Ind. Tor.
nni I mllti
J. O. HAIiti,
Vlnlta, Imlaii Territory.
111111 on Cnrl rk.
w reward for contlo
tlmi of thtft of thtts
Vlnlta, I. T.
Oruu ot tt Itft saf ,
Onderllt In flfhl,
Knur north ana till
llort brand! O T
Pottoffio VIniU, Ind, Tef.
TBraad a nf vitA.
Ztr rank, tJb ri 13
si4 era e4 u4m
nail vrnjaa PaTSI,
nails m Ma
G. A.. WILLIAMS,
Uooilji Bluir, Ind. Ter.
some brnnilKl X en
Irtt thnnlder on
Ida X on hip. Range
vm sail crest. ayriOM
iinoa, inn. u-r.
fnmninfe bar from
point of right hip bone
lo root of lull Crop nil
nn.lrr-blt Iffli crop
Ilnna on lltimlnv
rrcrk Oiaae nation
Nu cntt ftnld except
S. G. WILLS,
Vlnitn, Indian 'Irrrllorv.
V on earn nip nonet
I some hate FTS on left
lids Marka3 or op
right and koiiinw fork
Ml Range on While
Osk.srtrn miles sonth
writ ef Vlnlta Sloe
tswsrd for ronvtetlon
orthrft of this brand,
dee IS, S3
W. H. NODLES,
. nerss Wwidf
ftr ho a 4 triad!
?M"-rn.i.. . ism "' aslf-sre
v'iSrTHnrST!! H tsth ear.
Bl ataak, C. 3
Chouteau, Ind. Ter.
Circle on neck, either I (J oa right side) left
il.lt i O H "fe orrrabud
alp Cows xi n ck y ou tide sad hlpi some
traadsd T ot e ou left side llorte brand O II
in If rt shoulder or thigh It son oa Uioutesa
ind Pryor creks l-i
OEOnGH W. OLARK. "
J'ostoOics.ViniU, Indian Territory'
Iniootk crep Its
Isnssr. split ta
n. n. TATLort,
yoatofflco Vlnlta, I. T.
lertear sea eras
aed ssllt U the
Seme cattle Is
tit loos elites
I'.snci aa Le
tail arssk, real
Biles as ef Tat
P. O. Vlnlta, Ind. Ter.
Aln soma braided
unoer slope In
each est jianra
es west cf Chelsea.
r a. allbit,
IUnw O ttM
near tbo moat
of Cow ersek.
eropoS f rtgas
Pryor Creole, Ind. Ter.
Boms steers branded
strips scrwis tbo nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop and split each ear
Hanfe sear I'rjor
P. B. SMITH,
Lenapab, I, T.
tween U 1 R
at xlwSu ,JTSSSSSSSSSSSSK. "t '
m a-etriX ITmiail
ftxtoCb)' U Ohelwa, Indian Tar.
OUs r T left r
sis au is'
"w. w. MiLLaBT
vmiu, i, t.
or-iCW.- , -.-'l"-?-'!.
4riSawfirts&i ? i ,'mwtmt
aWsjTi3l M 'JgfSwJ&MdP
m a.i, if sisaawe
SBBBWb I III
LpWMffMapjSatsaBJJBBBBBBtaaaBatfaBBBBBBBBBBBk "t "'T
o. . hoaBRi,
Olaremor, Ind. Ter.
iU - ,-
, Dran and spill
. cirwp vn Flip .aaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
klio sorae 1 oa
in Jsw, B
kds, K v Dip,
, Will par ) to rswsrd for eoaelstlss sT
BM llisJlsi ss aalrasl la bl braad.
Chelsea, I. T.
Strip aero lb
Mtril ursp oa mi
rlikt, nndsrslops la
rusts rear nil Us
Hour Aille, 1. T.
Itanrra on Forre Mfis
10 miffs soutbesst o
Che opa, Kan. Mark
split In rlsht ear
Horse brand, Konlef
shoulder. No cattb
sold eicept for ship
meat. 10 7
Chohoa, Ind. Ter.
nsacn rsrsk m
.T. K. ORUTOHPIEIiD,
Some branded VI "
left lui othrri ban
B A S on riant ihia
l.elt ear crnbbedi nn-
-.xwr.arioii in ncni iisnsi
1 j. ......... .;
xiiSTtllrn miles loath ofClir.
Miami, I. T.
l.ltht-r hip. rtsnee
on t ow treek snd
t'srki Crop rlghl,
S. H. MAYE3,
Pryor Creek, I.T.
fork and nn- V.-
derbll In one SiSFZ??
In the nihrr.
All rattle are
branded 3 A
and nolrh on
Aim J heart
on tell side A
O on lefllsw
A few brsnded J W E on side
J. O. HOOAN,
1'ryor Creek, I. T.
Swallow fork and
nnderhlt In rUht ear,
nnneninpe in leu
Itsugs on I'rjor
B. B. PRAYSER
on liifr t'sbln
creek. 7 miles
writ of lllue
rnent. SIOO rewird
t 'a brand.
J. H. BARTLE3,
Ilnrtlcsvillf, I. T.
Hearly all hat right horn lipped
Orrrblt A nn.
derbll In rlcliti
iimlrrbll In the
ed) on Hi left
Itsnge oa Try.
Kalrlantl, Intl. Tvr.
Borne h a T e
snd spill la
slope In Isfl
weil of Dins,
ticket, Ind. Tit.
w. p. nmoo,
Npwntft, I. T.
Alan Ew? nm
bll left i crop
and otsr bll
n inecrnii i on
nPS lert shnnlil.r
llarki SwsiTow fTk and under- Jlsngoi lloab.
bll le.1i smooth crop lefl. If reek near
Cattl sold only for filpment Nowaa. febW
JOHNSTONE & KEELEn
Unrtli'SvlllB. I T.
DB on right sldeisom
B risra the bar J
on right .I'll Willi-
t out Ilia em.. V-.l
I our old brands and eai
maris llinsson the
rr on Honblerrrek.
O. L. WASHDOUnNB,
Smooth crop In each
ear. nnderblt In right.
Itsnge Hound Spring
rr.lrla.a miles east of
Ilnri brsmli O oa
Iflljsw sml llilsh.
Boms estlls branded
on left hip.
T. IIUIlMANjChetoin, Kan.
Parlur and Bodroom Furniture
(.srmit stock In soulhrra Kansas
WOOD nnd MBTALIO COFPINt.
lratlftll VtntitfiteiasVgi 1'alfr.sraaal.
- I H n m
I sW a'dWsaRar
" " VDSfi TC9MI '
Chicago and Alton
Only Stone Ballastod Track!
NO CHANGE OF OARS
Kansas City I Chicago,
Kansas City 1 St. Louis,
St. Louis and Chicago
Ho Extra tlmree for PftiB8
Palaco Reclining Chair Cars.
FAST VESTIBULEDjiiHITED TRAINS
Aikyonrown home ticket asent for lJs
.lelnVCnleseo Allon railroad, or writs t
fi BOWES. Western rasssngerngs.
JiBl.l inaiii.iu.i, u ..... .......r--
Tlekst Agsnt, Lblcsg 0, 111. .
Missouri) Kansas & Texas
fs the direct line throush Central Missouri,
8.athtas(rrc Kansas and ' '"".7I.0I2
to Tesss, lilaoe on ts dssp watsr a ta
Was the Srit railroad eTer ball! lato ths Jm
dlsn Terrllorr snd wss thjdrsttncrosi thj
border Into Tsisi and pnib on tbroogh hj
Ihrlslna towns of the lists to sslt walsr Th;
KATYIi alwaja the Brit to gel oat of the old
rots snd Improsells fscllltles for hsndllng
psisinseri snd freight. As tbe eerly settlers
moT.l from old log csblns to the more com
forlsble modernised honses.sohssthe KA T T
sdtsneed and morcd ber passengers out ol
UrTaifjnor PcUaoo QloesplxiBOsurnl
Flneit sleeping ear serrles in Ike world.
Another sdtenee Is the Introduction of tha
ASKRiriX IXI'IIESK CUBPASI to do the os
prrss bnslnes. of Ibis rompinr 'fj V0T
expren company coters lln.s from the Atlan
tis to Ilia Qulr.and none stsnds blghst tba It.
THE KATY REACHES
rrom Hannibal, abore St Ixials and Ksnin
Utty. lo Houston, Tens, tho held of lid
wster, orer Its own rail, snd psins tbroagh
Deal.oa, f-hrrmia.llallii. Ft. Worth,
natshslcble, Mill. bore, Wsro, Temple,
Ilfltan, Tijlor, (lilmilllf, lliarletta,
Bulrop, Lotkbirt.haa Bircei, La
Oriage, llosstea eat dilutes,
lans tbrosgb QIXT
And aff.irdi comforti and eonrenlenees tolls
tilroo. nneinsled by any other Sonlbwestersi
Ine. Any persons wlihlng to lll
IT. LUEIH, 4 IHCaOO, K15SSR CITf, IU5XiniL
ortheiiroductUe plilni and prslrlrs of BIS
sboald by all means take tbe
IuIUiooiii,ICaxL.onj3 SiTJtJB liy
As It Ii the moitdlrcct.beit eqnlppedand rana
THROUCH WACNER 3LEEPER8oall
abore puinls WiriiutT iuiik wbre direct
connection Is insde In Union Depots for all
points North, Last and 'est.
Froo Roollnlng Chair Cars
On all through trains for farther Informa
tion as to rales, ronles, rnsps, time Utile,
sleeping car reiereatlons, eto,, esll on or ad.
drris yonr nearest ticket sgent, or
C. P. RECTOR,
(len'l Ticket Aft,
Kanm A Ind Ter ,
(lenM l'sn. A Tleksl
Agt. al . K A T Wf
Sjitem, 8t. Loals.Uo,
Solid Through Trolno
em Kansas Ciiy ,8 Chicago,
St. Joseph, Denvir,
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
... , ,- W'TH
Vrstlhaled l nitlnc Itoom Bleeping Car,
Iteellulng ( hair Cars (Heala free).
Through Elaaplna Car From
TEXAS POINTS via HANNIBAL tt)
VU Missouri. Kansas A Tessa Hallway and
Chicago, llurllngton A CJulccy R. R.
Only On Changs of Cars to
wTHE ATLANTIC COAST-"-
AND EASTERN POINTS.
4 Trains Dally netvteen ST. LOUIS. 6T. M
PAUL ond MINNEAPOLIS. 4gL
Bl toping Car St. Louie to Orrahe.
d! o. ivns, ii. c. orr,
Oen. Pass. A T'Vt A'gl Ass.aen. Pjss. A'gt
ST. LOUIS, MO. KAN. CITY, MQ
KANSAS OITY, ft
Omaha, Pueblo & Donver.
ruUmia Sttt Slujlnf Can ani Ttfk
"EOIilNINO OHAIS 0AH8
T. LOUI8 AND WICHITA.
H. O. TOWN8EN0,
Osnsrsl rlisnsr I , .
and TVJkst Ag.ut, J BT. LOTJII, t
A. D. CUBINE,
Uaanfaclnrsr of snd dssler la
BOOTS AtyD SHOES,
Docs all kinds or boot ami
rte work, cnaranteelng a ll
aad BallRfaetlon 1b erery t(r
tfict, l'artles tJoslxlnif werk
ia tend tkelr names aad $
aretwes ana will recclre a elrk
lar kItIuk full directions kow (
sMMare the rVrot-
Xm i I H , ilLiii Bgsfaf
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