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(Continued from first pants) Fredonia. AVednesday.May 12. J. H. V. Gates, John J Jones and J. L. Peuison of IS'e oslio county were attending court this week . (. II. Lamb of Vates Center was at teiuliiii,' court this week. S. .S. Kirkpiitrick has returned home and we are now the Mecca for post otlice applicants. The celebrated case of Susan A. Root, vs. Edward E. Knot was tried this week and finally determined. The former decree of the court was revised as to the payment of interest and taxes. . . The county commissioners meet this week to canvass the election returns from Cedar Twp., on bond proposition to build a bridge, at Altouna. They will also approve the bonds of the several bunks designated as county depositories. List of deeds recorded in Wilson county during April: United Status to Luvi Maxwell, patent ; JJ a. in (Mifttm twp. , Western Investment Co. to North American Trust Co., quitclaim; sundry lands m Wilson C"niu'd Stag's to Mary V.. Dnrlinuton, final receipt; 1)1 acres in l)uek Creek twp., United Statos to Levi Maxwell, liual receipt; 33 acres in Clifton twp., U.tt2. TI . Ira Davenport to Beniamui F. Harris, war ranty ; SO acres in Full Kiver twp., W0. Daniel C. KiuBery to J. U. Ronck, warranty ; SO acres in Neodeslia twp., $1,2(10. Cornelia U.Stafford to Christens Spurrell, war ranty ; I'M acres in Duck Creek twp.,l,0U). Cornelia U. Stafford to Geo. SiMimdl, war ranty ; K0 acres In Duck Creek twp, fl,UU. Jolin H. Simmons to Laura Mattliows, war ranty; 1 lot iu Vilas, $15. . Ida M. Hurrett to J. E. Clark, quit claim of H interest; 21 3(i-100 acres in Fall Kivor twp., Mary C. Wilson to J. E. Clark, quit claim of M interest; 21 10-100 ucres iu iall Kiver twp., S' X) Ueo. W. Craitr to John II. Smith, quit claim ; 12j acres iu Verdiprls twp., $.m Christian Church Trustees to .John G. I horn as, quit clnim ; part blk. 10 in Buffalo, 1. . b. E. Pulmor to Lillio Stollhofor, quit claim , 40 acres in Fall Kiver twp., $5. . Henry C. F.ower to Chas. M. Clo9c,quit claim , 17 acres in Talloyraud two., and ttU acres iu Chetopa twp., 1. , , ... Henry C, Flower to Charles M. Close, quit claim ; 120 acres in Prairie twp.. $1. ...... Delia Davidson to Ida M.Marstor, quitclaim, SO a. Newark twp., OM. , , . . J. B. Keys ot al. to Sella V.Bowers.qmt claim ; 2 lots in Ford's addition., Noodesh, $5. Mury Sharp to Arzy F. Sharp, warranty ; 1 lot in liuxton. $"00. . ,. . . J umos W.Katjan to Angolme W llson.warrantj , Hot in Altoona, 250. Ella Brady to James Crooks, warranty of 1-8 interest; 220 acres in Cedur twp., lSi.3j. Matthew H. Cox to John N. Spencer, warran ty ; laud in Buffalo 11X1. , , Bonjamin F.Harris to Jacob G.Kby.warranty ; 73H acres iu Full Kiver typ.,lU). N. S. Bean to B. II. hillion, warranty ; 1 lot and part lot iu Hamilton's add to bredouin.SWX). T. 1). Hampsou to M. H. Cox, warranty ; laud inM!l,D.1"hnm'toII.C.Stanlleld, warranty; 80 acres in Clifton twp, $l,ts00. William A. Taylor to Andrew Tierce warranty ; 130 55-100 acres iu Nowark twp., 1XX). J. K. Wentwortli et ui. to orest Oil Co.. war ranty; lots iu Frisco addition to Neodesha, B.F. Stillwell to J. II. Ditto, warranty ; 2 lots iu Neodesha, 550. Samuel J. Slmtt to C. L. W . V olton, warranty ; 2 lot" in Slnitt's add., Neodesha, B0. Ellen Hopkins to (ieorco A. Kebert, warranty ; 20 nrres iu Talleyrand twp., S0. Ellen Hopkins to (ieutwe Kebert, warranty ; 80 acres in TuUeyrund twiN $2,600. Lizzy Stewart to C. K. White, warranty pf Vt interest; laud in Ford's sub-division, Neodesha tSanuiei J. Slmtt to H. W. Peavy. warranty ; 2 lots iu Shntt's addition to Neodeslia, $70. Sarah M. Crane to B. F, Harris, wurranty ; il acres in Fall River twp., $5110. H. L. Temple to Susan Moulton, warranty ; 4 lots in Neodesha. fcWI. Martia Maxwell to Chas. Maxwell, warranty , 21 acres in Clifton twp.,l,Ml. Thos. Blakeslee to G. C. Hubbell warranty; part of seven lots in Neodeslia, H. Aakansas Valley Town & Lnnd Co. to Lewis G. Sharp, warranty ; 6 acros m Duck Creek twp, Arknnsift Town & Land Co. to Leo Pruiity, warranty ; 16 1-10 acres in Guilford twp., $U. Frederick Garrison to J. H. Penny, arrnnty of Vi interest ; S7 acres in Clifton twp. $250. Chas. E. Ronch, guardian, to J. B. Clark, guardian doed ; 22 26-100 ucros in Fall Rivor twp "Lizzie Stewart. Riiardian to C. R. White, guardian deed; land iu tords sub-dmsion, Neodesha twp., $35. The cases disposed of in the Wilson Coir ty district court are as follows: Lillie M. Benson v, Andrew Benson; divorce Tl'ontle Reeves v. William Roevos; divorce B Jolm Solomon v.Ada Solomon ;divorce granted Lenora Lee v. Frederick Lee ; decree of di vorce granted. . . , . . Madison J. Francis v. Cathonno Francis; de cree of divorce trranted. Wm Sluser v. Jane Slussor; decree of divorco granted plaintiff to have custody of minor chil- '''Marv A. Butcher v. W. T. Butcher; decree of divorce and plaintiff restored to former name of Wiltrout. . , T t,, Gutlierie National Bank v, Mary J. Poor baugli: motion to set aside Sheriffs salo sus- t,a'imraiitv Savings Bank v. Luther Gillett et ul.:. Sheriff's sale confirmed. Doming Investment Co. v. Richard Denny et al,: Sheriff's sale confirmm!. Joseph Bracket v.Chnstian I. Englebert et ul. ; Sheriff's sale confirmed. State of Kansas v. A. J. James; defendant pleads guilty to manslaughter in the 4th degree sentence deferred. , state v James K. Elliott and W llliam Morris; defendants plead guilty to assault with intent to kill, sentence deferred. State v. Feiix Letlmgwell and Sherman Clark. Chirk failing to npioar, his bond was declared forfeited-:!!). Stat" v. Tliomln Armstrona: prosecution for violating prohibitory law; defendant pleads guilty to the charge Of maintain!? 11 nuisance; sentenced to 30 days in jail and to pay a line of John B. Kevs v. Mo. Pacific Ry. Co. ; action to recover damages from overflow. Cause coutin- UM. E. N'orthup etnl. V.Atlantic Trust Co., et nl. ; action in ejectment. Judgment for defend ant: motion for new trial sustained. F E. Lyster v. H. M. Wilson, County Treasur er et al. faction to ejoin collection of taxes ;caso tried anil taken under advisement by court. Frank Schloesser v. J. J. Campbell et al.; submitted to the court and taken under Hdviso- "Edward Russell et al. v. Jno.W.Phillips et al. ; action in foreclosure ; dismissed without preju- Concordia Loan &. Trust Co. v. Isabel Shep ard etnl.; Sheriff's sale confirmed. W. E. Delaharre v. Joseph W. Timmons, et al. disniissrd without prejudice. Margaret E.Rohertson v. Nancy M.Reynoldset B JeisiuT'sniVtVfv"jntcheU al.j partition decreed and commissioners appointed to report at this term. J M. Adnir v. W. A. Aronholt et al. ; judg ment in foreclosure. Knox College v. George C. Barber et al, ; con- tt' H'ign famine E. Logau et Vlutio. v. Frank Booher etnl.; judgment of foreclosure. . . Dennis Fitzniorris v. Nettio L. Blair et al.; C0SrXj.' Miner v. Smith, Reddens A Co. ; dis- mV?T.McMackin v. Jano McMackin; contin- " Charles S. Fisher v. Martha E. Fisher ; divorco granted plaintiff and care and custody of chil- '' liu'a J. Halm v. Josehn Halin ; dismissed at lerrilnack'iliver Sav. Bank v. Thos. Pewees rtM-f-S.T.D..MT. Hil-t,?;nVLKw-Bank v. Mahaley Pryor. et a,c4VfTKans v? Ja" t Elliott and William "nZ.llt'SlA and Infirm Colored Persons v. Wm. Stivers et al. ;dimiod ot cost of pluin "h Rutter v. John R. Young; tried and taken "oX. 'craigTphilena Gra, et al.; premis, involved, ordered sold In pnrtitlou. George L. Morev, v. Mrs. E. Ott et al.; cnuse retained under advisement. P, K. Dedriek vs. Joseph J. llaaget nl. ; dis missed ut cost of plaintiff. The H. J. Waddell Investment Co y. F..S. S."l lers. et al ; jiidgeinunt for pliintilr, barring do feiidendant's interest iu property. Polly Kevnolils v.Amos Bryant et nl verdict Tor defendants. Judgment that defendants recover their costs. , . , Marv A. Nelson v. T. Ames ; jury returned verdiek for plaintiff. Judgment that pluintitl recover her premises and costs. During the month ol" April, laiit, marriage licenses were issued out of the l'nibate court of Wilson county to the following couples, the llgures rep- S l-Mwaril H Qteiitin, St. Louis, Mo... Hiicim :. Kennedy, Fredouin i ti 1! Ivinyon, l'all River ( Virgin Hale, Full River i ( has. W. Kebert, Dun ( Minnie J. Lyud, Neodesha i Moses H. Harvey, Co ville Mrs. Mary Phinney, Fall Kiver ichas. W. Jones, Neodesha... I Bertha A. linker, Zella, Wash i Will. Rich, Middleton J Stella Laughlin, Middleton . i Hejamiu W. Telford. Clay,. Ok (Mrs. Amiio Tryon, l'redoni.A i Frank Bingham, Fredonia 5 Addio A. Heath, Fivdoiua.. i Earl D. Tanqunry, Neodesha ( Mamie Edwards. Chiuiute i John V. Brady, Neodesha J Bueluli T. Wetherby, Neodesha I 7.. U .1. ....! ',,MilisllIl ..35 ..24 ..21 ..21 ...Wi ..62 . .35 ..26 ..26 . JiO ..46 ..32 ( Mrs. Ada Gipford, Neodesha -- It Is surprising what a "wee bit of a tiling" can accomplish. Sick head ache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach, dizziness, are quickly ban ished by DeWitt's Little Early llisers Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. UoBcliert & Williams. Thayer. Wednesday, May 12.-IIarry Carter of the Chauute Racket, is taking a weeks vacation, and is spending the same among his Thayer friends. O. Baruhart and family visited rel atives in our county seat last Sun day. Capt. Jonston of Chanute was on our streets a short time Monday after noon. A large crowd went from here to Chanute, Wednesday to attend the circus. Miss Blanch Miles of Elgin, Ivans is visiting Miss Annie Lowrance this. wcck MissCovalt of Morhcad began teach ing a class of vocal music here on last Thursday. VA Kmlr.li envsllP SP.lls wall DaDer just the same, and he don't care how he walks either. J. C. Williams, of Rosedale, was shaking hands with old friends in Cha nute tli is week. Joe Gentry and wife, of Erie, were in town Wednesday and attended the show. Mrs. ITattie M. Shepard and Miss Tortia Park went down to St. Paul Wednesday for a short visit. The Thayer Crokonole club were royally entertained by Miss Anna Geist last Friday night. Harry Caryle and Chess Jenki ns were home from Neodesha last Sunday vis iting their families. Mr.O. Lamphere and daughters Miss Ilattie and Mrs. Workman visited friends in Chanute several days last week. Tim olnr-nr.innnrv entertainment at the M. E. church Tuesday night by At iaa Fmratp nf Tndpnp.ndence. Ks. .was a success both incumbers and finance. Geo. W. Gelwix left last Saturday fnr nnnriipr ar.iv at Eureka Snrincs. When George came home some time ago, lie thought he had entirely re covered his health, but later develope ments prove to the contrary. The Modern woocimen iuiuau;u ju. L. Ogg and Wm. Elliott into the mys- fif t.linlr nrrlpr Inst Fridav nilfllt. The way the "Merry Forresters" did make life miserable for them for a couple of hours was a caution. The musicial entertainment at toe Christian church last Monday night was first class in every respect, except In nnniliers. Hilt, as it TlOUred down rain in torrents from six to eleven o'clock p. in., the people had a pretty good reason for remaining at home. Frank lleiley, wno lias oeen conunuu to his bed for several weeks, was ta ken to the Sulphur Springs, Arkansas lat Kar.nrrlii v hv Ins rhilltrllter.MrS. . P. Dodsworth and Pr. Ilenston. We learn at this writing that ranK is much imnroved. and hones are enter tained of his recovery. Don't allow the lungs to become im paired by the continuous Irritatio.i of a cough. It is easier to prevent con sumption than to cure it. One Min ute Cough Cure taken early, will ward off any fatal lung trouble. Boschert & Williams. Earlton. Wpflnpsfhiv.Mnv 12. Chas. Feotisch one of the most enterprising farmers or uanvine wp. nas oecn tiiigiiguu iu tlsii culture ror several years, iast wppU- hn drained one of his nonds pre paratory to changing the fish, and as a result has about tinrty-uve aonars wnrr.h nf tixli t,n sell. Mr. FeotiSch'S success with the German Carp ought to encourage otners to try uiem. Mrs. Veasey i3 again on the sick list. Emory Gore drives a new road wagon. , . . Miss Blouch of l'rlneeton is visiting Mrs. Price. Miss Maude May spent several days in Chanute last week, returning Sun day. ifpnrv Dcker left Saturday for a short visit with his son in Kansas City. Rev. Vezie left for Toledo, Iowa, Monday. He will be absent about tlirc weeks Mrs. L. Twiss left Wednesday on a trip to Ohio to visit the scenes of her childhood and renew old acquaintan ces. , Mr. Lerch evidently believes in im provement, as he has given his resi dence a coat of paint, and is now buil ding an addition. We need more men with the same ideas. Rev. Stafford of Cunnute will deliver the Memorial sermon here on May 2:ird at 11 a. m. in the M. E. church. The Memorial address will be delivered on May 29th at 2 p. m. by Dr. Place of Winfield. All are cordially invited to attend these services and it is especi ally urged that the school children take part in the services. t ran Iiiyp avpp aoon a rliild in the aony of croup, you can appreciate the :atitune oi ine umuifis wnu mm at One Minute Cougli uure relieves eir little ones as quickly a3 it is ad- nisterea. Many nomes in tins cny never without it. Boschert Ac Jia ns. Leanna. Tuesdav, Mavll. Mr. Albert Den nis and little daughter of Parsons were visiting old friends and neighbors at this place Saturday. Hev. U. U. Courtney and family of Humboldt are visiting his parents at present. Mr. Boustler'slittlelioy whohasbeen quite sick for the past week, is slowly Improving. llev. Woods of Moran preached Sun day morning and evening at tlteChris tia'n church. Preparations are lining made for Children's day to be held the lirst Sun day in June. Rev. lngalls of Eureka, Ills., is moving on his old farm northeast of town. His old time friends' and neigh bors heartily welcome him back. His family will arrive some time next month. Married: At the home of the bride s parents, Wednesday May uth, Miss Josio Richardson and Mr. Norman Mills, both of this place. We extend to them our best wishes with a happy voyage through life. One minute is all the time necessary to decide from personal experience that One Minute Cough Cure does what its name implies. Boschert & William Rollin. Tuesday, May 11, The Misses Lulu Miller and Ellie Trybocker, of Shaw, visited Corvin liurrough and family Sunday. Sprague Lawrence is on the sick list but is better at present. George Scott of Chanute, was in Rollin this afternoon on business. Chris Siler and family of Chanute, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Katie Rettig. George Rettig, of Moline, Kan., at tended the funeral of his nephew, Freddie Rettig. Died, April 3d, at Elyria, Ohio.Mrs. Ann S. Voglesong, aged 84 years. Deceased was the mother of Mrs. Sprague Lawrence, of this place. Mrs. Lawrence has the sympathy of the entire community in her bereavment. Mrs. Baker's little boy was kicked by a horse last week and very severely in jured. His skull was broken and a part of his brains came out. He is in a very critical condition. Charley Webb was also kicked by a horse last week, but was not seriously injured. Died, near Rollin, May 9, 1S97, of dropsy and rheumatism, Freddie Ret tig. The deceased was born in Neo sho county August 22, 1884, his age be i ng 12 years, 8 months and 29 days. Freddie had been a constant suffer for over four years and has always borne his suffering patiently and cheerfully. He was bright beyond his years and always had a smile and kind word for every one. To know him was but to love him. lie has gone to the home from where none ever returns, but his memory will live continually in the hearts of those who knew him. His life was short in this world, but he has set an example of devotion, faith and love, which all would do well to fol low. He was a meinour of the German Lutherian C.iurch. Services were conducted by tlie Rev. Shordt at the home of his parents. He leaves a father, mother, one sister and three brothers to mourn his loss. The be reaved family have the deepest sym pathy of their many friends. They are so small that the most sen sitive persons take them, they are so ef fective that the most obst inate cases of constipation, headacheand torpid liver yield to them. That is the way De Witt's Little Early Risers are known as the famous little pills. Boschert & Williams. Union Valley. Monday May 10. Miss Florence Hoi loway of Chanute is staying wiih Mrs. Flora Kepley. Fred Chappie and family spent last Sunday witli E. L. Tenuis and family. A number of the farmers are plant ing their corn over on accouut of its not coming up. Dr. Postlethwaite and wife moved to Chanute last week, and Lon has moved onto the farm. Mrs. Alice Creecy was was at home the former part of last week helping her mother clean house. Rev. J. E. Bayless and wife, S. L. McGowan and family and Flora Kep ley were the guests of L. P. Terry und and family Sunday. The melancholy days have come The saddest of the year Of cleaniiiK house and scrubbing floors And scourinir fnr and near. Mrs. Flora Kepley and Miss Mae Herman had a runaway last Wednes day. They were going to Bert Kep ley's when near Mr. Taylor's place the horse which they were driving, scared at an umbrella which they raised and ran, overturning the cart and throw ing both of them out. Mrs. Kepley was badly bruised and one cart shaft broken. Probably Mrs. Kepley re peated this verse: The horso ran awiy The cart did spill, I'll sell that pray horse, You'r riiht I will. Rural. Tuesday, May 11. Strawberries are now beginning to ripen; many will be the luscious rolls, for there is an im mense crop. The rain Monday night has clothed everything in living green. Some farmers are having their corn Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM msssm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard to plant over on account of the baked condition of the ground. Mr. and Mrs. J. Splanc, living north of town were the guests of S. C. and Mattie Poppino last Sunday. J. F. Pullen and son have been hail ing and shipping hay the past week from the farm of Robert Young. Miss Grace Countz has been staying with her sister, Mrs. Bert Poppino, who has, they say, the llnest boy In town. Ask Bert about It; lie knows. Comrade Joe. MeCreary -'ind wife were riding through our neighborhood last Monday. Joe expects to sell pro duce for Unclt; John Windle who is a great raiser of melons and produce, also thoroughbred poultry. Rest. Tuesday, May 11. Sunday is the 8th anniversary of the Epworth League. Everybody must come. Measles still raging. J. S. Maxwell's folks have the mea sles. Pet Turner ordered a buggy Monday morning. Homer Maxwell sold his bicycle to Bert Tampleman last Monday. The ice cream supper at the G. A. R. Hall was a complete success. Geo. McFadden left for Emporia to visit his brother Hal last week. He reported a nice time. The Fitz-Corbett fight is not over yet, as there Is a boxing club at every little town in the county. Mrs. Recannon received a buggy from the Elkhart Carriage Co. this week; it is a very nice vehicle. My items have been appearing somewhat irregularly for some timnnnar. lmt. t.hpv will be found in each issue of the Times from now on. Pleasant Valley. Monday May 10, '97.-Mr Powers, a brother of Mrs. G. D. Smith is visit ing hpr. Thev had not seen each other for about 25 years. A bran new Doy at ueortru fnm a home. , , Will Bell spent last Sunday in Che topa Twp. , Jas. Foot secured seven yaoy wuives last week. Miss Cora Cain spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Chas. Miller did some paper hang ing for Henry Carver Tuesday. The little son of Jas. DeFord of Neo desha Sundayed with OrlieCain. Mm Aiii-o Thomas came Sunday evening to summon Mr. Towniend to attend one or their horses wnicu was sick with colic, but the horse died that night. , Urbana. Tiiosrlnv . M.iv 11. The heavv rain yesterday soaked the ground and will do much good. - V . - 1 1 A. 11.. Wheat is in rair conuition, oats uie same. Dr. lies was at Erie Monday on busl ness The patent medicine man was in town today. Comrade Barnes was in town last week greeting friends. Comrade Miller from Earlton was in town today on business. There will be Memorial service here on the 23rd at 3:30 p. m. Will Beamer expects to ship a load of hogs from here Thursday. A few farmers report poor stands of corn, and some are re-planting. Comrade Uncell was repairing his house last week, and will move in soon. As the doctor would say, it is dis tressingly healthy around here at present. A lady here had a chicken with four legs all seperate and distinct, one from the other. The grain men here are offering 19 cents for corn, without exception; this is the highest price offered in 18 months past. Errett Bryan has the railway sta tion here, and Mrs. McLane has gone to Goodrich. The change was made Monday. , Xiav Vovlo nronrlinrl hPXP. List Blin- day to a good congregation and gave notice that no wouiq not uu ueic nrrmin fnr ffllir WPpWs. IIS lie CTOCS tO Iowa to attend general conference. VV hat has tjecome ot tnose uiu yup pie who used to make willow baskets? U'nuiH not, Tf :inss he a erood nlace for them to obtain material since the Pops have turned our laurels into willows? The canker worm has about clone its work. Mrs. Barton's orchard looks like fire had run through it; other orchards are not so badly damaged as was ffrst supposed to be. There will be some apples. Rail Road Time Table. SANTA FE ROUTE. MAIN LINE Goinir North. Mail and Express, depart FreiKht, " Going South. Mail and Express, depart No 3(r2. 2111, 216, 201, 201), 12 50 p m 2 15 a m 9 110 a in 2 55 p m 2 30 a m 2 -15 p in No Freitfht and Acc'n arrivos CHANUTE & BENEDICT EXT Going East No 210, Mail and Express, arrive i M p m 218, t roight and Acc n "P"i OOINO WEST Vn Pnssenirer. depart 3 0. p m 219. Accommodation swam GIRARD BRANCH Going Wast. No 211, 24', 242, 248, 209, m, 210, 274, Mail and Express, depart Freight " GOING BAST Mail and Express, arrive Freight " MADISON BRANCH. 3 00 p m 8 10 a m No 12 40 pm B 30 pm No Passenger, depart 3 05 p m Mixed " 2 30pm Passenger, arrive ' ''"f 12 20 p m Mixed " "".12 35 pm C. ti. iocxo, Agent. M. K. A. T. R. R.-Goine North. No 10, Passenger 4 4ipm " 58, Local FreiKht 50 a m OOINO SOUTH No 9, Passenger II 15 a m " 57. Local Freight 5 43 p m B. D. Bbownkll, Agent.- N. V. Henry Co. Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents. Will loan money on long or short time. Money paid wlmn papers are executed. First door west of First National Bank, Channt", Km"i. Do you intend buying a Piano or Organ ? If you do it will pay you to buy of A, 1 Mm of Parsons, ns he is in a position to save you mon ey, lie buys direct from the factories for spot csh and can Discoilni Anybody's Prices. Agood selection of makes. Call or Write. The Geiji ShaViijg Parlor, HOT -A-KHD COLD BATMS Opp. Post Office. 000)-CK)-CK000000 Buggy Harness, Summer Lap Robes, ileu s a and all kinds of riding bridles, for sale at prices to suit the times at Gray's Harness Shop. West 4th Street. 000KKKKKX000000KK00 S L Oriental Liuery and Feed Stable. Boardine horses a specialty. Horses and mules bought for the market. M. G. STRICKLAND, Proprietor. North of Oriental hotel I HAVE OPENED A Tin and. , in the old Carter building. REPAIRING - GIS0LIM - 8T0VES A SPECIALTY. . CALL ON M E B'O R A V t I i T-C LA S fDeal op Lanh OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. James (7)eHee0cp- MITCIIGLS' OLD STAND. akm: MEAT MARKET At Hufford's old stand. Give us a call. . . BARNES BROS. (SHOEMAKER'S , ,.'l!k line of 7 Tur of48paBwylllu?trnted.r- I c Shoemaker U"A' "" Pamoils Jack "Black Job" will make tho reason ol lfUl it m; res i donce on the S. A. WickHnl farm, one and one-half miUw south of Cha ni.to, iiiin.-a . zz??vl 1 I toves MIJLL,ER; fM Ml " " " i j j. "VV. IHoOxilloxx&li, Prop. Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CH ICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WAGNER BUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR CARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY. SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. lim ITS "CTTfiS Tn thp FniTDR : I have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cuijfed. So proof-positive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who have Consumption, Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, if they will write me their express and oostoffice address. Sincerely, T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, 183 Pearl St., Hew Yorld 8H- The Editorial und Business Management at this Paper Guarantee this yonerous Proposition. The Delmonico 3tablssl Horses boarded by tlie day or week at reasonable price ahd tlie best of care. Good rigs at reasonable rates. W. C. OSBORfi, Proprietor. Try us for your job work. -w-. pjJLTO. onsiDtion pi AT REDUCED PRICES Our Mammoth Illustrated Catalogue contains 76 large pages of Fancy Toultry, Incu bators. Brooders and a full Poultry Supplies. rnriiMRiAN pnilLTRY BOOK FRHwrnCLiNpis. u.. ?. a..J Terms: $5 to i nsure livinsr colt. Ov n?r.