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Four Botttos of Hood's Sarsoparllla
Effects a Wondorful Ouro.
" a L Hood A Co , Lowell, Mass. 1
"Gentlemeni Ai result o( Uio memorable
fclltzard of March, 1888, 1 contracted muscular
rheumatism. For eighteen months afterwards
J was laid up with muscular rheumatism and
nilntlra. I then joined my son-ln law In Den
Ter, CoL, where I was engaged la steam-nttlnr;
nnd engineering, nnd where I commenced to
take Hood's S-rsspsrtlla far my rheumatism.
II cured me not only of tho rheumatism and
nctttlca. but also ot outward piles, from which
Tor thiriy-lhreo years I had suffered
A Thouoand Dontha.
I'rcrlous to going to Denver I visited the
untrcrsltv of Pennsylvania to be operated upon.
The doctor pronounced my case elongation of
the bowels and the worst he ever saw. lie re
used to perform an operation. Four bottles of
Hood's darsapnrllla not only rcl'eved, but
cured, both tho piles and rheumatism "
James It noun, s West Norrls Street,
Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, jaundice, sick headachclndlgcstlon.
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A DOCTOR'S TESTIMONY.
Ifard Labor as the lint Antidote to III
"Labor Is tho Hfo of life. And espe
cially It Is tho life of Ufa to the doll
fate" These are the words of the fam
ous Knjjllsh physician, Sir Andrew
Clark. They were spoken to tncdical
htudents at tho London hospital, but
Are worth pondering by every one, cs
jxsclally by those wIiom) deficiency of
lieulth inclines them to give up thj
battle of life before it Is really begun.
Dr. Clark made particular mention of
persons suffering from pulmonary dis
ease. Ho hud had much experience
with such patients, and declared, with
perfect coufldenco that "tlitwe who
jiave dono tho best have usually been
those who have occupied themselves
Ills own parents both died of con
sumption when ho was too young to
remember them, and at tho ago of
twenty-one ho himself went to Madeira
to die of the same disease. 80 it was
thought, but Jiu came back, and, as lie
fcays, "had tho good luck" to getan ap
pointment in the London hospital.
His coming was not very wclcomo to
the other members of the staff. lie
Mas a Scotchman, and the young En
glish doctors looked upon him rather
jealously; but they had heard that he
had tubercle, and thought he would
pot be long in the way.
They saw that ho worked hard, and
prophesied that he would not last more
than six months. That was thirty-nine
years before the tlmo of Kir Andrew's
lecture, and of the young doctors then
iu tho hospital with him, only one was
Work did not kill him. "Worry U
Vllllug," ho declares. "I have nover
jet seen a case of breaking down from
were overwork alone; but I admit that
It Is necessary above all things to culti
vate tranquillity of mind.
"Try to holp your patients to exer
e'se their wills Iu regard to this," ho
continues ''for will counts for some
thing in securing tranquillity to accept
thtngn as they are, und not to bother
bout yesterday, which Is gone forovcr;
ot to bother about to-morrow, which
It pot theirs; but to talto the present
sy nnd msko the best of It" Voatb'a
All that any of us can do In this
world is his simple duty. And en arch
rngeloouhda 119 more than that to
HtanUge.---.il, 0. Trumbull.
-Th teUof ti progreM of. mankind
UrJtl bt) In th ;pt)roolllou at th char
wrf renVftsblntton. -fiord rvyI)nm(
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS DANKS.
A Tie In tlie'lntereit or the Small Ws;a
It is one thing to prcticli Raving,
economy, prudence nnd tho llko to tho
masses of tho pcoplo, and quite another
to advlso them tu to tho best way In
which to caro for tho savings that they
might have been so fortunato as to ac
cumulate. There have been many
changes in tho methods of honrdlng
slnco tho days of tho teapot nnd tho
old stocking, lint it may bo questioned
If this system has been to any groat
sxtcnt improved upon. 8avlngs banks
havo in times past ruined many peo
ple, nnd It Is not strange that somo
havo becomo timid and skeptical In re
gard to them.
It is qui to tlmo that tho government
took up somo form of savings institu
tions that will benefit pcoplo of smalt
means. In Great llritain tho postal
savings institutions havo been of tin
spcakablo benefit to tho poor. Over
four hundred millions of dollars havo
been cared for in this way.
When ono stops to th'.ik whore most
of this might havo gono but for the
beneficial caro of. n government Insti
tution, tho idea Is suggestect that It
might not bo ntnl&s for tho United
States to provldo somo equally safo
means for caring for tho mites of
widows and orphans nnd the Industri
ous and provident poor. Many a man
and woman would put their pennies nnd
quarters into a government bank who
would never think of depositing in n
privato bank. Thoro is something
pleasant about being in touch with tho
government nnd of putting one's
savings into tho hands of Uncle
Sam. l'rtvato banks, however solid
they may bo, aro exposed to dangers
that postal banks aro not subject
to. To feci that tho money put
away was assafa as tho government
would bo an incentive that would draw
from tho pockets of many n hard-working
person whatcvcrsurplus they could
spare, and this would form a nucleus
for a little fund that would rapidly
grow to worthy proportions. People
aro bound to uso money that they havo
on ham), nnd as long as they can feel
no positivo assuranco of Its safety they
will keep It by them and finally spend
it rather than trust it in other hands.
Then It is gono and thero Is nothing to
show for it
Thcro aro many things that tho gov
ernment might do for the Individual,
but this seems to bo tho most Important
of all immediate necessities. Why the
public treasury should not bs the de
positing place of small as well as large
holders of wealth is a question that no
intelligent person seems to bo nblo to
answer satisfactorily. Tho present
movement in favor of something of
this sort will bo watched with great
interest There aro certain classes of
persons who will bitterly oppose it;
among theso are tho rumscllcrs and
tho purveyor to nil of tho evil passions
that beset humanity. If pcoplo can
savo their earnings nnd feel confident
that they arc ready on call, there will
be much less to pour into the coffers of
sin. It there wcie no other reason for
urging tho establishment of such
banks this would be sufficient, but
when one comes to rcallzo tho Im
portance of this movement as a factor
in tho education of children and tho
possibility of cult.rating a taste for
putting away against a rainy day, it
will be admitted that the moral and
educational effect of such a proceeding
will bo of infinite advantage to the
young as well as tho old. X. Y. Ledger.
Hani to rieai.
Susy is a young lady of five years nnd
also of a very difficult disposition. The
other day a vlsltor.athcrfatner's house
found Susy weeping bitterly In tho
"Why, what aro you crying about?"
she was asked.
'"Cause all my b-brothcrs and sisters
have a v-v-vacation, and I don't havo
"And why don't you havo any vaca
tion?" '"Cause I I don't go to school yet!"
learned a Ieon
Mother Horrors! Did you run
against a barbed wire fence?
Little Johnny Xo'm. I was plckln
at a organ grinder's monkey an' tho
monkey jumped on me.
"Humph! I hope you havo learned a
"Ycs'm, I've learned never to buzz
saw with a monkey." Good News.
The silk manufactures of Europe
began in tho Isle of Cos, off tho Greek
coast, about A. D. 274. Tho oriental
silks were imported, unraveled and
the thread woven in'o a loose semi
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, April II.
CA1T1.K Uest beeves I3 7J & 4 05
Sloclcers. 200 Q 3 SU
KatirecoKS t SJ 32)
IIOOS-G00J to choice heavy.. 4 0) u t H
wheat No. sreu
FLOUIt-I'ateot, per sack
IIRAN i ;.
UUTIER-Cholce crearasrr ..
CATTLE-Native sad shlppla;
SIIEKI'-I'ilr to choice
OATS-Na S mixed.
CAlTLK-CommoD to prime...
IIOHS - Tacking and uhlppla. .
WIIEAT-No. 3 rod.
tt 1 M
& 1 lVi
X ift 3!
K ft 19
7 SO 7
301 ft 400
ft S 21
SSJ ft i 10
tsa ft m
II ft 31 !
43 ft 4
I KVf YOKIu
CATTLV:-NatlvuUr 4 00
ft I 70
IIOGH-UooU to ihulie.
ft 6 30
FLOUK-Oood to cbolco.
OATS - Western mlx-d...,
43 S J 0
17 ft 2)
13 60 Ollli
Is the most important prut of your organism. Three
fourths of the complaints to which the system is subject
are due to impurities !n the blood. You can therefore
reaiizcbowvitalitisto , . -
Keep It Pure
yjsmy and builds up tbo general health.
MSUC4 Wee lOwy CWCM,
THE MEXICAN EAR BEAN.
Iloiv Trance Saves llee Forests nnd Tarn
While duck'shootlng n yenr or two
ago on tho shore of ono of those beau
tiful lakes which render MIchoa'can tho
most picturesque of Mexican states tho
attention of tho 'writer was drawn to a
group of natlro women nnd children in
tho woods hard by, busily engaged
in picking tip and plncing in baskets
what nt first sight looked llko nuts.
Curious to know what sort of nuts they
were, I drew nenr nnd nsked n bright
little Indian girl what sho had thcro.
"i'YIJoIos, senor,"sho said. I further
learned from her that thnso frljolcs
(beans) wcro sold by tho Indians for n
cent and a half n pound, and Mint they
went in n trrcat ship across tho sea to
Francla (Franco), whero thoy wcro
used for tanning beccrro (leather) for
All this from n llttlo tawny Indian
girl not more thnn eleven years old.
Furthermore I learned that this bean
was named from its rcscmblaiico to tho
human car, and that in their languago
it was simply tho car bean.
It was news to mo that thcro ttas a
kind of bean that contained tho astrin
gent of use to tnn leather. I bethought
myself of U,d ruthless manner In which
wholo forests f onk and hemlock aro
annually felled nnd stripped of their
bark In tho United states anil In Cana
da, to procuro material for tanning
nnd that, too, in places whero urounnt
from tho destruction of tho forests is
.becoming more oppressive every year.
It seemed to mo that this car bean
might bo imported, to stay, in somo de
gree nt least, this great evil. I spent
an (.ntlro day collecting facts about it
which may be condensed into n para
graph. Theso car beans grow wild on a
small trco which reaolie the height of
twenty and thirty foot, with' wide,
branching limbs. As many as ten
bushels often grow on a single tree.
When rlpo thoy fnll to tho ground,
and over many extensive tracts,not only
In MIchoacan.but In Colima nntl Uucrro
ro untold thousands of bushels remain
ttngathcrcd in tho forests. It Is not
difficult tohlro the Indians to pick them
up nt ono cent n pound. Tho litth In
dian girl told mo that sho gathered
"dos clcntos llbrns," two hundred
pounds. In a day.
To bo used for tanning, tho btans
havo only to bo dried and ground; nnd
so rich arc thoy in astringent qual.Vles,
that a very small quantity of tho bean
meal Is sufficient to tan a hide.
Tho French tanners, I am informed,
aro quito wilting to pay ten cents a
pound for tho dry beans, It Is probable
that thoy could bo furnished to Ameri
can tanners for ono-half that sum.
An Appruvlng Comclenre.
The Hector You don't mean to say
you went to n dog-show on Sunday?
1'enolopo Yos; but I looked ut tho
St. ilernards only. Judge
Arthur, a Celtic name, signifies The
Strong Man. It has kept paco with
Alfred In the favor of tho Kngllsh.
Deafness Cannot ba Carod
by local applications, as tbey cannot reach
thedlseased portion of theoar. Thero Is only
ono way to cure Deafness, and that Isby con
stitutional remedies. Deafness iscaused by
an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining
of tho Iluitaohlun Tube. When this tubo
pets Inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or
lmpcrfett hearing, and when It Is entirely
closed Deafness is tho result, nndunlcss tho
inflammation can be taken out and this tubo
restored to its normal condition, hearing will
bo destroyed forever; nlno cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but
an Inflamed condition of tho mucous sur
faces. Wo will giro Ono Hund-M Dollars fornny
caw of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Bond for circulars, free.
K. J. CitKSCT & Co., Toledo, O.
ijy noiu iiy uructrisu, 1.1c.
l' Fumlly l'llUi, ii cents.
CnoLun "My unole left Ids fortuno to nn
asylum for the feeble-minded." Miss Crusty
"How touching it Is to know that he pro
vided for your comfort at the very last."
You can't draw a breath rt ithout Inhaling
poison, if you sojourn in a malarious locality
during tlie unhealthy seasons. Tho deni
zens of malaria stricken rejrions testify that
the only certain safeguard against the pois
onous vapor and its produiU, chills and
fever, remittent fever, ague cake and dumb
ague, is Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, which
remedies, also, oopstlttation, biliousness,
dyspepsia and rheumatism.
UcnCKP. "Hold," roared the tragedian,
as the audience laughed heartily at hU death
scene, "do you sumiese I'm doing this for
The hklll and Knatrlrdge
Essential to tho production of tho most per
focttiml popular laxutivo remedy known,
havo enabled iho California Fig Syrup Co.
to achieves great success In the rciiutntion
of Its remedy. Syrup of 1'Irh, as It is con
ceded to bo the universal laxative. For solo
by all druggists.
It is always tho other fellow who brings
politics Into the discussion of a public ques
tion. On our side wo nover sink below tho
level of statesmanship. Boston Transcript.
Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Halo's
Honey of Horehound and Tar upon a cold.
I'iko's Toothache Droos Cure In ono minute.
Miss Doxtlt "I supposo yourgcncrally
travol by rail, don't you I" Mr. Footllght
tho walking is usually better on the
track than any other place." Inter Ocean.
Cornns, Hoarsoness, Soro Throat, etc.,
quirkly relieved by Bkown's Hhonciiui.
Tnocucs. SuU (tily n faxes. Price, 23 cts.
Mamma "Hobble, why Is it that you al
ways quarrol with tho llttlo girl next doorl"
Hobble" 'Causa sho won't over hit a fel
low llko boys do." Inter Ocean.
Drizzle "How long did that new play of
yours runs" Ftele "Till it got in tho next
Fibst DearGIrl "What are you reading,
dearl" Second Dear Girl "Oh, yout
diary." Philadelphia Hecord.
It takes n sharp man to find out a woman's
fallings, bat when a man fails tho wholo
town echoes with the news. l'uck.
UxLEaX you can keep on good terms with
yourself, you aro likely to keep bad com-
si 01 1110 umo. 11am s Horn.
"SociETT" means you-ond-I-cty, with tho
other follow looking on. Young Men's lira.
TinxKE not break tho wills of your children.
for which nothlpff equals 8. 8 S Itoffoctuolly
removes u impurities, cleanses tne mooa mur
SWIFT SPPPIFin Ml . jllmls. G
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.lulu 1 mm 1 1""
Highest of all irr Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Hcpoit
m. L IF &gg&&a
Hicks (In tho graveyard, rending a tomb
stonoi "Hoered to tho memory of lliomai
Slcndcrmind." Wicks "Yost Isn't it ri
dlculoust Blcndermtnd was tho most for
irotful fellow Uiat over lived." Boston
"Youn coat is Insldo out," remarked tho
absoluto Idiot "Thank you," rejoined Iho
towering genius, as ho hastily rectified tho
error, "Donl sjKrnk of It," said tho Idiot;
'Inm troubled with abscucoof mind my
"Unoxsos is an awful glutton." "He Is
making up for lost tlmo. Ho nearly starved
to death whllo ho was a clerk." Harper's
KotMap. Ho tore his hair and plucked
out his beard. Presently ho paused. "Sea
foam t" ho queried. Truth.
Tho subject of tho nbovo portrait is a
prominent nnd much respected citizen. Mr.
Hobcrt Manson, of West llye, N. 11. Whero
Mr. Manson is known " his word is as good
as bis bond." In a recent letter to Dr. IU V.
Pierce. Chief Conniltlng Physician to tho
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buf
falo, N. Y., Mr. Manson says :
"Dr Picrco's Pleasant Pellets nro the
best pills I ever took for tho liver. All my
friends say tbey do them the most good."
This opinion is shared by every ono who
once tries theso tiny, llttlo, sugar-coated pills,
which are to bo found in all medicino stores.
Tho U. 8. Inspector of Immigration nt Buf
falo, N. Y., writes of them as follows:
" From early childhood I havo suffered
from a sluggish liver, with nil tho disorder
accompanj-ing such a condition. Doctors'
prescriptions nnd patent medicines I havo
used in abundance ; they only nlfordcd tem
porary relief. I was recommended to try
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. I did so, tak
ing two at night and ono after dinner every
day for two weeks. I havo reduced tbo doso
to ono ' Pellet ' every day for two months.
I havo in six months incmu-J fa soltiljltth
Ueentu-tico pounds. I am in better health
than I havo been Unco childhood. Droivtl
neJ and nnnleasant feelings after meals have
Assist nature a little now and then with a
gentle laxative, or. if need be, with a more
searching nnd cleansing cathartic, thereby
removing oflendlng matter from tho stom
ach and bowels, nnd toning up and Invigo
rating tho liver and quickening its tardy
action, and you thereby remove tho causo
of a multitude of distressing diseases, such
as headaches, indigestion, biliousness, skin
diseases, bolls, carbuncles, piles, fevers and
maladies too numerous to mention.
If pcoplo would pay moro nttentin to
properly regulating tho action of thtlr bow
els, they would havo low frequent occasion
to call for their doctors' services to subdue
attacks of dangerous diseases.
55 THE N.K.FAIRBANK COMPANY, Sx.Louis.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE;
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
S.04 -cnti poittf -Will mill oa th. Lrcnt nd
Uilulxttilllo.or Mmiil.i st law.it prln. In U S.
PARQUET FLOOIt8-Bookor Kciljnun.ll.it on
.ppik.iion, Nr.tr cult 11 hiios, r, LiiUls.Mu.
sr IPMs SV esw 9 Hat III pi t '
Cfln.umullres sn4 people
who bsre w lant or Alt.
ins, itiouldux Tito's Cure fr
Copiaaptlna, It tiss ur4
lUau.and., It Li not Injur-
rl vne. ll Is ubi imd to Uke.
i'W Terjwner. n.ie.
Q 1 1 n'l ritanupll.U,
"Now you may tell tl court the circum
stances of your husband's dlsapiworanre,"
suld tho attorney 10 Mrs. Persimmons.
"Well, sir," replied tho pood lndy, "ho went
out ono morning, und it wasn't moro than
half an hour till houovcrcamo back." Har
"Do tott feci perfectly safo about having
your wlfo drive this horsot" "Great Hcott,
)os; that horso has too good sense to allow
any woman to drlvo him into a dangerous
placo." inter Ocean.
Ir two men who aro mortal enemies meet
lnsoeicty, thoy Ignore each other I if two
femalo enemies meet, thoy kiss each other.
Tits strawberry box makes n vory plens
nnt impression even though wo kuow how
very shallow it is. Inter Ocean.
That, of all known agents to necompliin
this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets nro
unoqualed, Is proven by tho fact that ones
used, Ihty are ahmyi in favor. The- sec
ondary clfect is to keep tho bowels 0ieii nnd
rrgular, not to further constipate, as is tho
caso with other pills. Hence, their gveat
popularity with sulferers from habitual con
stipation, piles, and indigestion.
Tho " Pleasant PelleU " aro far more elTec
tlvo in arousing tho liver to action than "bluo
pills," calomel, or other mercurial prepara
tions, and have tho further merit of being
purely vegetable and jx-rfectly harmless 111
any condition of tbo system . no particular
caro is required vt hilo using them.
Composed of tbo choicest, concentrated
vcgetablo extracts, their cost Is much moro
than is that of other pills found In the mar
ket, yet from forty to forty-four "Pelkls"
nro put up in each scaled glass vial, as sold
through iiruggists,nnd can be had at tho prieo
of tho moro ordinary nnd cheaper made pills.
Dr. Picrco prides himself on having been
first to introduce n Llttlo Liver Pill to tbo
American people. Many have imitated them,
but nono have approached his " Pleasant Pel
lets " In excellence.
For nil iaxativo and cathartic purposes
tho " Pleasant Pellets " aro Infinitely supe
rior to all "mineral waters," scdlitz kw
dors, "salts," castor oil, fruit syruja (so
called), laxative " teas," nnd tho many other
purgativo compounds sold in various forms.
Put up in glass vials, scaled, therefore
always fresh and reliable. Ono llttlo "Pel
let " is laxative, two gently cathartic.
As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion,
tako ono. each day after dinner To relieve
distress from overrating, nothing equals
them. They nro tiny, sugar-coated, tuitl
bilious granules, scarcely larger than mus
tard seeds. Every child wants them.
Then, after they are taken, Instead of dis
turbing nnd shocking the system, they act in
a mild, and natural way. There is no re
action afterward. Their help latl.
Accept no substitute recommended to ho
" Just as good." Thy may bo (VltVr for (ha
dealer, Iwcnuso of imylng him a better profltj
but bs is not the ono n ho needs help.
The arcate5t flcdlcal Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common 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 booh.
A benefit Is alwaysexperlencedfrom 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 themi the same with the Liver or
Dowef. This Is caused by the ducts be
liifC stopped, and always disappears In a
week after taklne It. Head the label.
If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No chance of diet ever necessary. Eai
the best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tabiwpoonful In Witter at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
Kt eeeupjlnf mors spsos Usn U
bit fcUetrlnj ttM be Inserted at 96.99
pr rear. Tito Ttrdltt of racn errsimr
tsrffl or mull herds Is that It pr
Infertile the brands.
D. Ii. DENNY,
Clnrumore, Ind. Tor.
nsst-s I mllss tsstel
J. O. UAt.Ii,
a, Ind ah Torrilory.
it.iiieen Cnrl srrei.
lion or then of these
Vlnlts, I. T.
Oronoff thsl.ft esr,
andtrhlt In rlfht.
Ittnse nerlh snd esil
liens brsndi O T
Vinlta, Ind. Ter.
Crop Irlt. erop sml nn.
O. A. WILLIAMS,
C'ooiIjb llluU; Sml. Ter.
pom. ur.nucu j n
lelt shoulder on
lit. X en hip. lisnge
ion sin crtes, ipriou.
Tulsa, I111I, Tit.
."om.nsTe nsr rrom
point ot right hip hon
nmlrr-blt Irlii erop
l!nir on imminr
-e k O.Sgn ustlnn
Kit e.tt tiilil except
W. H. NODLE9,
Itort. iriAil 1
Is .ch .sr,
W3S.Vr l .
Big imk, 0. Jl
Chouteau, Ind. Ter.
Circle on neck. lth. rU n right .Wei 1.0
lid. 1 O H side or .r grabbed
tip C?-i TV.n neck 1 yon aids and hlpiaorne
kraaded T a on left '.Id. Ilor.t brsod C U
! len thoalder or thlgli. Itsag. on Ohontesa
tod Prjor cri.ks -
n. n. tat ton,
Postoffica VinlU, I. T.
snd .sill la tka
seme oatUa I
run;, aa I,
ra.l uhI, foal
nll.a a a ef l
P. O. Vinlta, Ind, Ter.
Al.o iome branded
WmFl under Bloio In
fiH each eartrsact
f J oaV.rulerl.
VE3 rlrer. two It a
Dos west of CaekM.
r a. allbw,
It-icge CM Ox I
ft e oaho rlrof
i near in meal
lj of Cow craek.
ropoa ot right
Pryor Creek, Ind. Ter.
Soma steers branded
stripe scrois the nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop snd splltsschesr
Itange near Trjor
tnecn II 1 g
PoctofW at OheUoa, Indian Tar. J
x' CJent e p aari.Maairi
vjmu, i, t.
l at l
Chelsea, Ind. Tar.
Uangti Jf.rtk el
O. P. WILLIAMS,
Miami, I, T.
Either Mp. rttsge
on low Lretk snd
tlsrki crop right,
orarbll l.fi. ' '
TB"W linage on White Osk.
W Vt 'il
tftwriii1 i'Ihi rf'TiTil
11 II W- 11" 1
1 in am tJA
P. E. SMITH,
Lenspati, I. T,
rt rr Tnfinnrt. 'IF.ItA.JA1 1
P. O. Vlnlia, Indiaa Tarrltory.
IMP tsa sviij
I.e .ems J
n l.. D o
d, B blp.
wi'i.i rv m? ,'? j,r::lV2y "T
Chelsea, I. T.
".7.p.w. - is.
nriii w, r - -
I right, ond.r.lops "
I Ii. l.n ...
lungs fosr Jll"
Four Mile, I. T.
Rsnte on Fenr Hfls
10 miles .outb.Mt a
Cb ops, K.n. Msrh
split in right .r
liorte hrsnd. Ilea led
Iculier. No sattli
sold eicept for shlo
J. K. ORUTOHFIELD,
Innla, I. T.
right shir l.i'll ear
gnitibed) undetlflt In .
Itange 10 miles sonth I
Dec 13 01
8. H. MAYE9,
1'ryor Creek, I. T.
fork and nu
ll. tblt In ona
In ihe nth.r.
All esttle are
lirsii'lnt 3 A
an I no eh 1 11
Al.o 7 li-url
on Irlt .Me A
f nn Ivft I. IV
A frw branded J W E on tide
J. O. HOOAN,
Pry or Ctvek, I. T.
Swsllotr f.irk sml
nnderlill In right esr.
nnd. r.lop It Irlt
Kings on Trior
Vlnlts, I. T.
on It f Cabin
creek, 7 mile,
iinly for alilp
ment. $100 reward
J. H. BARTLES,
Uttrtlesvllli, I. T.
Nearly all her g it hm 11 .ipet
Aiinir, I. T.
Orerblt A nn.
itetbll In rlghti
11 linur-turk t
nml.rblt In the
1 AH (connect
el) un lbs left
Itange oa Tri
Fairlanil, Ind. Ter.
go in e h a T .
and spill Is
e.t of Illu..
Jeclat, ltd Teg.
V. P. RINOO,
Nowutu, I. T.
Al.o um on
bold hip. -on.houliler
II 1. 11 1 crop
nd orer bll
the err... I on
MarkiSwallowruik'aiiil under- "n'e lionb.
Iillle.-li.mniillicriiplrll. '" crera near
Cattle mid nnir fur li. 1 tr-t "als fbt
JOHNSTONE & KEELER,
Hnrtk-svlllo. I. T.
CU on right sld.iinms
Liah'He lha bar J
on right tl'I. with
out th. rrn. Vrl
nurnlit brand, and ear
innra. nangeoii lha
eron Double rrrak.
fiouthwost C!lty, Mo.
rlmnolti erop In eaeh
ear, underfill In right.
Hang. Il.iund Spring
rralrla.s miles ...lot
Untie lirsmli O oa
Irftjaw and Iblgh.
Boine cattle brand. d
on lift hip.
T. HIIUJIAN, tholops, Kan.
Parlor and Bodroom Furniture
Larg.tt stock In sonthe rn Kama.
WOOD nnd METALIO COFFINS.
Tractleal Kmbalmer.. Tal.graph orders at
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF 8T. LOUIS.
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at Cast St. Louis, III,
u era f
e81I1P8 WM 1
i w Kzgzi mm
I k-;y--jri. 1 KtjJ
1 vx W
tnnellr opposite Hit ell of SI. I.ouls II ur
era for til U.tcrlplli.n of Live Slock alwari la
ttundanee, tml within Ihe grounds of tba
fltoek Yard. Is t Ileef Canning loinp.nr. with
t osptelljr Mr altnghtrimii 1 .000 tirsit of caltlt
ilslljr anil Tork Tsrking KtlaLllilinientt liars
a ctpttltr tit iltugii ermg U (m bogu ilslljr,
I3AAC H. KNOX, Pffil,
Chicago and Alton
Only Stono Ballasted Track.
NO OHANQE OF CARS
Kansas City 1 Chicago,
Kansas City I St. Louis,
St. Louis and Chicago,
Ho Extra Charge for l'ft'iagej
Palace Reclining Chair Cars.
fast VEST1BULED LIMITED TRAINS
. . , .ll.l.l .! i ll.v.t.
A.sjonrown nunio it"-'1. " ,w !.
sis th. Chle.ro X Alton railroad, or write to
III? lKiTi"lirn.'dwaT, M Inls. Mo.
JAMM CIUIII.TII.T, O.nertl Ttiltnr.r tad
Ticket Agent. Chicago, III.
Mlssourlj Kansas & Texas
Is the direct line Ihrooeh (.antral Mlitoarl.
Sontheaittrn Kama, and the Indian lerrltorf
to Tessa. Ihtooa on U deep watu sa Ue
Wsi tke frit rsllrosd erer bill! Into theft.
dim Territory and waa the flrat to ero.s lh
border Into leiee and paib on tbroogb th
IhrUIng town, of Ihe .tat. to tall water. Thj
KATY Is slwsjs the nr.t o get out of th. oia
int. and Improte Its facilities for handling
pai.engera ami rrelglil. Aa the early settlers
moftd from old log csblns to the more com.
forubl. rnodernlred hoaiei.aonsalhe .KT.
adanced and morrd ber passengers out ol
CC ags ior Psilaoo SlocpuaarCaur
Flneit sleeping car serrlee In lha world.
Another ad.anre U the Introduction of the
Anknir5 .xrnrs warm to do in- as.
preis bu. Inn. of this company The sbore
eipr.M company coiera llnea from the Allan
tie to the Uuir.oad none standi hlghei tbsa It.
THE KATY REACHES
From Hannibal, shore Bt, lA)ula and Ktn.si
City, to llon.ton, Teias, the head of tide
water, orer Its own rail.. snJ ete tbrougk
Deat.ea, She rm.n, 11.11.., Ft. Worth,
IT.i.hiltMe, lllll.boro, K.to,Tenpl,
Bi.lrop, Loflh.tl.S.a a.reoi. La
Oraage, lloo.ton aad Oalreitta.
Ban. through T2JLZJ jtTTOITTO
And sff.irdi comfort, snd eonrenlenees to Its
patron, nne'intled by any other SoDlbw..t.ra
IT. I.IICIK, t n.CAOO, KASIA8 CITT, IIASSinil.
irlhprolnelle plali. and prairies of aiH
lOllll, KAHHIH AND THU IS DUX lEUUlTOUr,
Ihould by sll mrsnt tska lbs
As It la Ihe mo.tdlrert. belt vqolpped and runs
THBOUCH VACER SLEEPERS to all
abote Hjiiit. rtltiiuiT 1,hmi nh.re dlreci
oniiecllon I. made In Union Depots for ttl
point. North, r-atl snd Welt.
Froo Rocllnlng Chnlr Cnr
On til through train. Tot further Informa
tion aa to rater, rontea, maps, time table,
sleeping car rr.rriralloni, ete., call on or sd
dreis yonr neartat ticket agent, or
C. P. RECTOR,
flen'l Ticket Agt.
Kan... A lint Tr ,
Gen'l Tat. A flrkal
Agt U ,K T.lf
8atrm, St. Loola,tlo,
Oolld Throunh Trains
rr8m Kansas City ChlcagOi
Si. ilosoph, Denver,
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Vi.libul.d 1 rawing Itoom Sleeping Can,
.tediums' lr Cars (t.aia free).
Tnrougli tloeplno Cars From
TEXAS POINTS via HANNIBAL U
Vis MUtourL K.u.i. t Teiu Railway anl
Chicago, Ilurllngton A Qul.cy It If.
Only One Chango of Cam to
vTHE ATLANTIC COAST-
AHD EABTtRM POINTO.
n Tralna Dally Batwaen ST. LOUIS, ST.
IX I'AOL and MINtllAPOLIS. A
Olroplnarar Ot. Louis to Orfaha.
D. o. ivns, l. C. ORR,
Oen Pais. & Tkt A'gt At. (Jen. 1'jss. A'gl
ST. LOUIS, MO. KAN. CITY, MQ
KANSAS CITY, 0
Omaha, Puoblo & Donver.
Pttllna Znit 81.ipic Can wd Tl
n50LIKINO OIIAI3 OAIia
CT. LOUI8 AND WICHITA.
II. O. TOWN3END,
enersl riienger (
and Tttikil Ageut, J . BT. L0D, HO
A. D. CUBINE,
Uanafaotum of and dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Doos nil kinds or boat b4
hoe work, guaranteeing 81
nd sntlBfactlon 1h eyerr r
ipect. Parties desiring trerk
en send tlielr names and 4.
dresses aatl Mill recolye a aire
Ur giving full ilirecUoui kv t
feeasure the foot.
hft.w,,craira tttum, u m
fV N, K,D