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SIGNS OF THE STARS, SOME TALES TOLD BY THE HEAVENLY BODIES. Correspondent Should He Careful to Follow Instruction to Full Nmnri and Addreuei Date, Flaoe and Hoar of Birth. HE Astrologer a gain insists that all persons writing him with a view of obtaining free readings in this column, must send full name and ad dress. The name will not be pub lished. The data are often megre, in which case it becomes necessary to eddress a personal letter to the appli cant It will therefore be seen that it is quite necessary to give name and post office address. These readings are free, and will be published in order as received. Persons wishing the same length reading by mall can obtain it by sending twelve two cent stamps. Write name and addresi, year of birth, day of month and hour of day, whettjr a, m. or p. m. Also state place of birth. These are Important points and without them an accurate reading of the planetary indications cannot be given. Persons who are not sure as to data should write the Astrologer for special Instructions by mail. In doing to send four cents in stamps for reply. Address: Prof. G. W. Cunningham, Dept. 4, 194 So. Clinton street, Chi cago. The following readings are for thlf week: Miss Meg, Mcndota, Mo. 'According to the data furnished, the Kodiacal sign, Scorpio, which Mars rules, was rising at your birth, there fore Mars is your ruling planet or sig nlflcator. You are medium height, with a well set figure, and will grow stouter as you grow older. Your complexion, hair and eyes, medium; the eyes have rath er a sharp, piercing sight. You are very energetic and ambitious, do not like opposition, and will display quite a spirited temper at times; you are a leader, and have the ability to execute plans in a creditable manner; you are fond of soldiers, fireman, surgeons, all manner of military parades, news, etc. If a war would come you would like to go and be right at the front of the battle; you would make a good sur geon. You have far better command of language than this sign usually de notes. Your husband is, or will be, a peculiar temperament, and rather hard to understand, arid marriage will only ibe a trifle over average fortunate. You are under both a good transit of Jupiter and an evil transit of Saturn. V. II., Oreola, Ohio. According to the data the zodiacal elgn Aquarius, which Uranus rules, was rising at your birth, therefore Uranus Is your ruling planet or signiflcator. The sign Pisces, which Jupiter rules, was intercepted on ascendant, there fore Jupiter is co-signiflcator. You are of medium height; medium to light complexion, hair and eyes; when young your hair was flaxen; you will grow stouter as you advance in years; you are reserved in your manners, yet quite a busy talker; you are inclined to in vestigate any of the occult and mys terious forces in nature; you are a fieeker after truth no matter where you find it; you are naturally an advanced (thinker, and was born with a kind of knowledge which you never had to study to learn; you Just know many things without ever having had to etudy them, and if asked to explain how you knew this or that you could not tell where It came from; you feel and know things in advance. If you would thoroughly understand this it could be made valuable to you. Saturn will make an evil transit foitou soon. Miss 6. S. MarloiiTllle, Mo. According to the data furnished the Zodiacal sign Sagittarius, which Jupi ter rules was rising at your birth, there fore Jupiter is your "ruling planet or signiflcator. You are tall, with slender, well formed figure; medium to light complexion and eyes; the hair, auburn; In general appearance you are com i manding, you are jovial, cheerful, ' A happy temperament, you are very am ibltious and will be a leader in any thing you are interested in; you are kind to animals and especially fond of a horse. You aro very courageous even to a reckless degree at times. You will be looked up to by your neighbors; they will expect you to take the lead, and they will follow. You should secure an education in art for you are gifted in that direction, but there will . be something to hinder you from get ting a proper education in it unless ivou make special effort and overcome the obstacles that will bo in your path, yet you are otherwise quite fortunate. Note. Those who have sent In their .stamps (26 cents) for readings by mail, iwlll usually be promptly answered. In cases where there Is an apparent de-. Jay the astrologer should be notified at nce and the mistake will be rectified. What II Did Know. Inquiring Spectator Which horse was it that won? Speculative Spectator (gloomily) I don't know the name of the horse that won, but I know the name of most of the horses that didn't win. New York Weekly. Sometimes. Bacon I was reading to-day of a vio lin maker who made over 7,000 fiddles In his life. Egbert It's a fact, then, J that the evil a man does lives after hln ' v Yonkers Stabn. IN WOMAN'S COMER. SOME CURRENT READING FOR DAMES AND DAMSELS. "X Met Thee In the Isle of Dreams" A Pretty Ball Oown with Fur Edging For Gorgeous Winter Vance How to Deodorize Furs. MET thee In the Isle of Dreams, Beloved of my soul I met thee on the silver sands, Where Lethean rivers roll; And by the flashing water-falls, That lulled the hours asleep, Thy spirit whispered unto mine The vows it may not keep, i I met thee in the Isle of Dreams No fairer land may bloom Among the island-stars that crest The mldnight'a heavy gloom; The lilies blossomed In our path, Wild rosea on the spray, And young birds from the wilderness Sang each a dreamy lay. Our steps fell lightly as we pressed 'Ths rreen. enchanted ground, For love was swelling in our hearts, And In thn Air around: All, all was sunshine, bliss, an4 light, Beloved of my soul, When in the Isle of Dreams we met, Where Lethean rivers roll. Then tread again the sounding shores That echo in my dreams, I' BLACK SILK GOWN And walk beneath the rosy sky That through my vision gleams; Oh meet me, meet me yet once more, Beloved of my soul, Within the lovely Isle of Dreams, . Where Lethean rivers roll! A Fetching Wall Cown. This winter's dancers are a gorgeous lot and they make a ballroom sug gestive of a fairyland whose dressmak ing elves are remarkably well up in their business. A sample of what a really fine ball gown means this season is the artist's contribution here. It was made of rose-salmon duchesse satin, both bodice and skirt trimmed with white mousseline de sole inser tions that showed a pretty floral em broidery in colored silks. But this trimming was enhanced by a novel garniture of ribbon, which the picture explains. The back of the bodice and the epaulets were plain satin, and the skirt was lined with pink taffeta. Cov er a dancing floor thickly with such handsome dresses as this, and the sight is one of beauty that should be a joy forever. Between dances there is no let-up in the brilliancy of the picture, because dainty wraps that'eome out for bared shoulders are fully up to the gowns they top. Scarfs and capes for this purpose are most elegant, and though their delicacy makes' them seem almost useless, they "ordinarily furnish all the protection that is d Ired. Alrort any cape becomes more dressy from m arrangement of rlbfton passing about the neck under the collar. The ribbon is knotted Into a handsome bow at the back, and in front at tne fastening is looped into bows and ends, which quite cover all traces of hooks and eyes, and either prevent or conceal the wear that is sure to show nrnmntlv at this point. Ends or tne ribbon hang to the edge of the cape and add to its dressiness when it is worq open. Deodorise Your Furs. The odors that cling to many of the furs worn by women In spite of the efforts of the furrier to eliminate them are not always pleasant to tne olfactories of sensitive fair ones. And yet fashion decrees that many of the most pungent of these furs shall be worn. Skunk fur Is exceedingly popu lar this winter. It is now wholly de odorized and is extensively used under a far more elegant title to decorate garments, both light and dark in color. Black lynx is now to be obtained in a fast dye the color does not rub oft in the least, and this, with black fox, is one of the most dressy and effective of the long lustrous furs. The badger, natural lynx and fox pelts in blue, sil ver and gray, with chinchilla at the head, are among the stylish light furs. Very dark mink is highly favored aa a decoration, and, like otter, never loses caste. Russian sable bands and talis and the American sable brought from Hudson's bay are in steady demand. Beaver is still used both plucked ana unplucked in its natural color, and also dyed. Sealskin capes, redlngotes and jackets have, like real laces, a stand ard value that never diminishes. The seal coat, with Its addition of modified slifivea. sDreadinz or high standing collar and revers of the same the coat FOR A MISS OP 10 beautifully shaped and lined, is more than ever an ideal garment devoutly to be desired by all women. Gown with Fur Edgings. A handsome ball dress is shown, one whose skirt was made of very, pale rose pink satin, ornamented with three undulating rows of fur. Its fitted bodice had a square cut-out, and con sisted of pink silk covered with pale pink mousseline de sole, over which was a tiny figaro of rich Russian gui pure dotted with wax beads and paste stones, and finished with fur edging. The tiny pink satin sleeves showed fur edging, and a black satin belt confined the waist. Set Out Trees In the Spring. Spring i3 a better time to set trees than fall, because, at that season, trees are beginning to grow, and will, there fore, be in a condition to respond more readily to treatment, while In fall they are unlikely to establish themselves before cold weather sets in. Preserve the roots to the fullest possible ex tent, and do not disturb the tree until after it has ripened and has shed its foliage. If the roots are cut away, as they almost invariably are in spring planting, be sure to cut back the top proportionately. Eben E. Rexford in Ladles' Home Journal. Herds of ravenous wolves are nester- lng the farmori about Jefferson, N. H. imm t Mr- KANSAS LEGISLATURE Jan. 18. In the senate twenty bills were Introduced. Many of them covered matters for which bills had already hecn Introduced. Speaker Street announcd following stand ing committees: State Affalrs-E. C Wellcp. chairman; Messrs. Palenske, Taylor, Walters, Werhle, Perry and dates. Assessment and Taxation Isaac Conger, chairman: Messrs. Foley, Carr, Stevens, Fulton. Kutledge, McCarthy, Finney and VogelRCsang. Railroads W. B. Brown, chairman; Messrs. Keefer, Falrchlld, Merrill, Hoth weiler. Jamleson, Jaqulns, Jones, Russell, Fulton, Ward, Hasgall, Simmons, Burtls, Henley, Ury and Brooke. Agriculture-William Lewis, chairman; Messrs. Crosby, Loomls, Farrell, Carr, John son of Case, Brown ot Greeley, Bennett and Reed. Charitable Institutions-W. It Ingle, chairman; Messrs. Feighner, Marks, Bean, Johnson of Labetta, Hollcnbeak and Shouse. Manufacturlng-Isora Wright, chairman; Messrs. Graves, Cassln, Muenzenmayer, Seaton, Hackbusch and Henley. Mines and Mining James Cassln, chair man; Messrs. McGrath, Lewis, Loomls, Jamleson, Walters. Dingus, Feighner, Ooodno, Hackbusch, Hcmlngcr, Botkin and Dewltt. Federal Relations J. W. Gray, chairman; Messrs. Ingle, Singleton, Epperson, Fouts, Wilson and Jackson of Comanche. Militia F. T. Johnson, chairman; Messrs. Simmons, Davis, Dalton, Jaqulns, Aker and Bacon. Municipal Corporations C H. Turner, chairman; Messrs. Rutledge, Stevens, Arm strong, Smith of Brown, Bradley and Heck man. Banks and Banking Paul Russell, chair man; Messrs. Gillespie, Palenske, Ward. Williams, Marty, Burkholder, Seaver and Giesler. Public Lands R. J. Wallace, chairman; Messrs. Loomls, Gray, Doyle, Lewis, Grimes and Heckman. Public Buildings and Grounds Alfred Lawson, chairman; Messrs. Keefer, Mott, Muenzenmayer, Metzler, Keddle and Hay wood. Engrossed Bllls-Dr. F. H. Smith, chair man; Messrs. Outcalt, Gillespie, Wright, Richards, Shouse and Dewltt. Judicial ApportionmentC W. Falrchlld, chairman; Messrs. Marks, Ernst, McKeever, Simmons, Outcalt, Goodno, Davis, Harvey, Botkin. Russell, Walters, Doyle, Barkley, Farrell, Bradley, Turner, Merrill, Jaqulns, Wright, Marty, Johnson of Nemaha, Bas jtall, Armstrong, Lambert of Lincoln, Havenxcroft, Tapscott, Lobdell, Conger and Palenske. Cities of the Second Class-M. T. Jones, chairman! Messrs. Muenzenmaver. Johnson of Labette, Urown of Cowley, Lambert of Lvon. Huell and Barker. Mileage J. S. Richards, chairman; Messrs. Gillespie, Wallace, Smith of Sherman, Dal ton, Jackson of Harvey and Poison. Live Stock E. Jacnuins.chalrman; Messrs. Conger, Kavenscraft, Singleton, Russell, Lambert of Lincoln, Jonnson. 01 iMcmana, Stuart and Irwin. Temperance H. W. Dingus, chairman; Messrs. Barkley, Davis, Carr, Maxwell, Shouse and Poison. Roads and Hlehwavs L D. Fulton, chair man; Messrs. Fell, Wallace, Malin, Maxwell, Lewis, ltacon, Bradley and McKeever. Jan. 19. The Senate and House met in 1oint convention in Representative hall at noon and elected John S. Parks of Belolt to be state printer for the term commencing July 1. 1H07. Parks received 74 votes troin the House and 2!) from the Senate 103 in alL The Republicans complimented Major J. K. Hudson. He received 47 votes from the House and 10 from the Senate 07 in alL . A number of bills were introduced in both houses. Jan. 21. The Senate passed Mr. Young's bill for the reduction of fees to be charged by publishers of newspapers for legal no tices. The bill makes a reduction of fifty per cent in the present rates charged for such notices. Mr. Young introduced a bill for the reduction of sleeping car fares. The measure provides that no sleeping car com pany shall charge more than fifty cents for a double berth for any distance not exceed ing loo miles, nor more than half a cent a mile for any distance greater than 100 miles in the state ot Kansas. Tne .House neia a brief session and adjourned in order to give committees a chance to work. Jan. a'i Senator Hanna of Clay introduced a bill putting all water, gas and electric light companies under municipal control, and providing that the municipalities granting franchises shall receive a portion of tne proceeds as rental for the use and occu pancy of the streets and alleys. The bill provides that, after the company has paid all of its running and contingent expenses, and enjoyed a 6 per cent profit on the sum actually Invested, all else of the company's Income shall be turned over to the city as rental for the franchise rights. A number of other bills were Introduced. Murat Hal stead briefly addressed both houses. Speaker Street announced a number of committee appointments. The House session was brief and only a few bills were introduced. CAY DECEIVER FREED. II. C. Wllmulh, Alias Howell, a Multl mgamist. Pardoned by Gov. Leody. Toi'EKA, Kan., Jan. 22. Governor Lecdy issued a pardon, yesterday, to H. C. Wilmotli, . alias Howell, alias Howe, alias Hobart, and several other aliases which he used to suit the occa sion in his career as a gay deceiver of women and a breaker of female hearts. Wilmoth has been confined in the Kan sas penitentiary ten months on the charge of bigamy. He pleaded guilty to the charge, March 21 last, and, by previous agreement, was sentenced by Judge Alder of the District court to one year's imprisonment. This was only one case where he was caught, but tho police records of a score of cities show installments of his opera tions with guileless women during the last eight years. GAGE FOR THE TREASURY. McKluloy Probably Will Appoint the Chl cagoun to a Cabinet Position. Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 23. Lyman J. Gage of Chicago is the latest addi tion to the president-elect's official family. He will probably be secretary of the treasury. A gentleman in this city, as conversant with the situation as anyone can be outside of Maior Mc Kinley himself, or his confidential advisers, said Mr. Gage was being con sidered for the position, and that his friends were urging his appointment It was further stated that Major Mc Kinley had sent an emissary to see Mr. Gage at his home in Chicago, and ascertain whether or not tho latter would accept the portfolio if tendered him. Dreldenthal May Quit Politics. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 23. It is under stood that Bank Commissioner John W. Breidenthal will soon resign as chairman of the. Populist state central committee. His term as bank commis sioner will expire next month and he then will be reappointed for a term of four years. In case of his resignation as chairman of the committee, he prob ably w ill be succeeded by J. M. Allen of Neosho county. Passed Over tha President's Veto. Washington, Jan. 23. In the House to-day, two-thirds having voted in the affirmative, 144 to 58, the Texas judi ciary district bill was passed over the of tba President RENO COUNTY RHEUMATISM. NERVOUS DISORDERS IN CAS TLETON, KANSAS. Seven Tears a Sufferer No ' Relief from Physicians rink Pills Work a Cure On Mrs. Ann T. Uevenlsh In Six Weeks. (Prom tho Guzottc, Hutchinson. Kansas.) 'lf there is anything I bavo entire faith in, In the way of medicine," said Mrs. Ann T. Devenlsli, of Casfleton, Hcno County, Kansas, to a reporter, "it Is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." "Why? do you ask -well for sevon years I was a wretched sufferer from nervous debility and rheumatism. My wrists were so swollen and my fingers so stiff that I got no sleep at night My hips, backbone and shoulder blades were so painful if 1 moved that I would awake screaming with agony, and a small lump of bono or callous grew on my spine, which was exqnisltoly painful. Of course my heart was badly affected, and the numerous physicians whom I cousulted were all of one mind, and that was that my days were numbered, and they could do me no good. "I could not kave my bed without help, nni nnrn lav for three weeks in one posi tion and would not have been sorry if death had ended my Bufferings, when one day about throe months ago, some one read to me from tho Hutchinson Gazette an ac count of a wonderful cure of a patient whose ills were somewhat similar to mine, by using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo pconlo. "I was struck by what I heard and pro cured a supply of Pink Pills about six weeks ago, and had not got through the first box when I received extraordinary relief. Hope returned and I continued with the pills, erory day adding to my store of health. My nerves became tranquil, the rheumatio paint began to leave me, palpi tation of the heart ceased, my kidneys and liver grew normal, and though I am still taking Pink Pills, I am almost well. "I can tell you of three persons to whom I have recommended Pink Pills all of Castleton, who are suffcrinit with heart difficulty : Mrs. L. Smvth, Mr. John Pur cell and Mr. Mahcr. and they will toll you what Pink Pills did for them, and they also know what they did for me." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a con densed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as suppressions, irregularities and all forms r.r wAiLitnesa. Thcv build up the blood, and restoro the glow of health to pale and sallow cheeks. In men they effect a radical cure in all cases arising from mental worry, over-work or excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never in loose bulk) at SO conts a boxorsix boxes forfJ.50, and may be had of alldrucgists.or direct by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. A tcad in the possession of Harry Henderson,' of Pittsburg Ta., was found in a snug little hole under 17 feet of hard pan at Tacoma, Wash. B1.00 FOlt 14 CKNTB. Millions now plant Salzer's seeds, but millions moro should; hence offer. 1 pkg. Bismarck Cucumber 15c 1 pkg. Round Globe Beet 10c 1 pkg. Earliest Carrot 10c 1 pkg. Kaiser Wilhelin Lettuce 15c 1 pkg. Earliest Melon 10c 1 pkg. Giant Yellow Onion 15c 1 pkg. 14-Day Radish 10c 3 pkgs. Brilliant Slower Seeds 15c Now all of above 10 packages, in cluding our mammoth plant and seed catalogue, are mailed you free upon receipt of only 14 cents' postage. 25 pkgs. Earliest Vegetable Seed.Jl.OO 21 Brilliant Blooming Plants $1.00 John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wie. w.n. It is estimated that the turkey crop of 180G was worth 823,000 to the farm ers of Bourbon county, Ky., although the crop was a short one. Deafness Cannot lie Cured fey local applications, as they cannot react, the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by nn inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound, or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be de stroyed forever; ninu cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but pn Inflamed condition of tho mucous sur faces. We will give one Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills tire the best. The Lodge bill for restricting immi gration received the indorsement of the American federation of labor. liegeman's Camphor lee with Glycerine. Cure Chapped Hand" and Face, Tender or Sore Feet, Chilblains, flies, Ac C. Q. Clark Co., New Haven, ft. There are more American vessels on the great lakes than on the ocean, and the lake tonnage is also greater. FITS stopped free and permanently eured. No flu after first day s use of lr. Kline' Cireat Kerva lleaturer. Free 2 trial bottle and treatise. bead to On. Kuhe, U31 Arch St., Philadelphia, fa. A company of Spoltano citizens is or ganizing to emigrate to Siberia. WnES billious or costive, eat a Caecaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c. Pennsylvania railroads stretch t)00 miles. ' Great Britain has 80,000 textile workers. Vtr-l-- -'iTBin " SPRAINS? aSSSS ST. JACOBS OiL Is when you put the crutches AKDY t ff VI' Sjf CUnt'COitSTIPATIOtl Kit 25 SOt IDPftTTTTPTV STTIBIimTTl? "r &DUUU U i Llli l UU Oltnil 1 liuv 1 ttra. mmv la aa booklet rra. 14. STKBMlf 8 BKslKBT The Illinois central railroad Is work inir on a plan to make the employe stockholders in tho company, and is said to have applications for shurcs from 1,500 of them, while more thati one-fourth of its force of 22,000 men now own stock, and it is thought an other force will soon be enrolled. To iet Out of the Wht When trontlo U coming. Is obviously the pnrt of common tonne. An obstruction of the lowols is a cr:ous obstacle to health. To Ret this out of tho wujrls n eney matter with tho thoroufrti laxa tive, Hoitottcr'B Ktomncb Hitters, which, al thoiiKh It ufl'ords relief, never nvlpcs and con vulses like a drnstlo ptirRntlvo. Dyspepsia, malarial, kidney and rheumatic ailments and ncrousnest yieM to this Kenlul i'umily medicine. A commission which has been sitting for seven years, according to the Lon don Daily News, will report very soon against compulsory vaccination in England. The Missouri Supreme Court has de clared unconstitutional tho provision in the new charter of Kansas City im posing a fine for failure to vote at elec tions. Calendars ami Coupons. So many beautiful calendars and enter taining novelties have been issued by the proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla. that we are hardly surprised to receive this season not only one of tho very prettiest designs in calendars, but with it coupons which en title tho recipient to attractive novelties. Every one who gets a Hood's Sarsaparilla calendar for 1SHT secures something that) will prove interesting and valuable as well as a beautiful specimen of tho lithographer's ort. Tho calendar is accompanied this season by an amusing littlo book on "Tha Weather." Ask your druggist for Hood's Coupon Calendar, or send 0 cents in stamps for one to C. I. Hood & Co.. Ixwell, Mass. The Scotchtown Presbyterian church in Orange county, N. J., recently cele brated its one hundredth anniversary. BaUer Seed Co. Ahead! So enormous has been the demand for Sfflzer seeds in Texas that the John A. Sal. zer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., sent out special train on Jon. 11th, loaded with seea potatoes, grasses and clover, seed CTn, oats, etc., to be distributed among its southern customers. The Chickamuaga Parle Commission, purchased the Lookout Mountain baV tie field. NO-TO-BAC FOR FIFTY CENTS. Over 404,000 cureil.Why not let No-To-Ba regulate or remove your desire lor tobacco, t-aves money, makes health and manhood. Cure guaranteed, 50c and If I.CO.all druggist. The first train of the Trans-Siberian railroad has rolled into Tomsk. Mis. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for children teetliliiK.ne!i the Rums. reduces hiflnia. luatlon, allays pulu, cures wind colic. 25 cents a bottlo. Northern Maine mail carriers go on skates. f Tiso's Cure for Consumption is our only medicine lor coughs 'and colds Mw. ('' Belt., 439 Slh Ave., Denver, Col., Nov. 8,'9. Charles knitting mills employ ne groes. ? Cascaiif.ts stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe, Ulc. New York reports 125,000 unemploy ed. ITi riTDRC 1 1 a VJ 1. ---' THAT COUNT. Many so-called remedies are pressed on the public attention on account of their claimed large sales. But sales cannot determine values. Sales simply argue good salesmen, shrewd puffery, or enormous advertis ing. It's cures that count. It is cures that are counted on by Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Its sales might be boasted. It has the world for its market. But sales prove nothing. We point only to the record of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, as proof of its merit : r?A m a rc! OF CURES. SMMfP YTtlJR MP AT WITH LISCUIAB. t. MiflUStn & BnU. IDIL I UK, rH, pRUG STORE FOR SALEI Or would take partner if Registered Best Bargain iu the Stuto. Write, I)H. ITabei.tox, Wichita. Kansas 831 West Douglass Avenue. ENSIONS, PATENTS. CLAIMS. JOHNW. MORRIS, WASHINGTON, D. C m utM frlDCipu Aiimiatir u. b. j-auatuu surcav. DRUNKENNESS ifWrdln lOt.SO Dava. No Par till Cared. DR. J.k.STEPHENS.IaAAUN,VB10. Our Native Herbs SoUKi.Vh.rl! lor 66c in postage stamp. IBS HERB CO, toptka. Ua. W. N. U.-WICHITA.-NO. 5.-1897, When answering advertisement please mention this paper. You'll find out what they are when you.... use crutches. a wcy, completely cured. CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS t arastlBttaa. Caxsrots ir tha laal lxa-A aria or nin. bat raot easr aatirml recalls, bass-i CO.. Chicago. MoatraaU Caa. . ytw York. tlt. MMMIM.