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2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUAIiY 31, 1882'. m BOB ING-SRSOLIi. His B3autifalS?323'n attbo Grave of a Little Boy. Last Sunday, in lVaahinrton City, the bright little son oi Mr. Ge. O. Miller was buried. Among the mourners wu- the tumour Iufi lei, Bob Infers?)!!. He wus c.ilbnl upon for I ilnntes looking forajnb. They took j Obediah. over to a tall, limber tree and let him stand on a bronco pony while they tied a clothes line around his windpipe. 'Obediah, told them he wasn't much of a bareback rider, and didn'i ! know wlnlier he could do the trick or not. Thev siid the clothes line i over a limbaud hit the bronco a lick AN AFFECTING STORY. The Advice of a Shoemaker to an Editor and the Result Cherokee Cnmlv tVninmt. BRAVE BEAR. This Untutored Savage Will Ex piate His Crime on the Gallows. IRS. LY0I1 L WS&m, OFLYHN, MASS., One day an editor, hard at work i iiswitei to ( iiiopt THinim. rrvmii to W I f II 1 ft II I ft mine remark at the. grave and re The ; Kf a j Luuexea. it win seen that he Thai left Obediah in lit nnr citntn ta ks on tun occision very nttie use : gf)0(1 (& f susrneilS!e IIe u ?r,eii .-a hitter Infidel : .... i around ai little and "Ot embarrassed. -My friends, I know how vn it ;amI di,t 6eem l0 kllow what to dl to siM si grief with words, and yet I j ... ... Wu f. p M ... T. , "WISH to ia.K2 ir.im even luivw ils m,..,..,, i W Kp.rft in thia world, where life i i 1 i ' .... sH Iiuiuirecl improved tearures. . - " - lofwi r itn itiniia itticnTi r tr into : . 11 It 11 c LXJV UlUUll llluUv U VVt.lH Ml IU1M I tak-3 from everv jrmve tievisc a plan to make Ui delinquent sub-cribers pay their dues, was called t:imn bv a shoemaker whu dropped in to ive the editor some valuable hints on runninir ;t newv- ankton, D. T.t dan. 0 hi the United States district eurl this morn iur jtilrtncii r was given against Brave Bear, who, amour ids own kith and kin, is known bv the smuotidv sound- paper. The editor, ovetj yed atthelinir name of :M fto-Ohitikc," alias j c ipporiuniiv. rave me man nis nesi j n apepe. israve near wasarr.uirneti cane ?eat chair, offered him si fresh j for the murder of doe. Johnson on May ciar and li-tened attentively to what If), 1.V7U, at a point about tueniy he had to say. Quoth the shoemaker. a he lit ihe weed: "Vour paper needs i mi . " i. it r, i miies east oi port ouny. nif noniet Kcl man was anxious to join iriiuiuir Bull, who was then nlannimr immei 1 III till " i ieatu are equal kiii. an sihiuki t i- t to tim.m u" "1 .-Iils,i' lHC i"teUI m u.iv n wus wuniKe cxnemnmis, umi, whch l I. . - - 4- . - - I A.. .11 41.. . t lll't tllif l t ll.lftl Ifl I.fi r rtt t I . ii III t I... ....... A . - aa.. . .1 oe ontve enotiu ui . mcei m u u. me . thorhies l0 Xlle his check book ,,u '-.,,Lt ' r,m1 b atL im lr'J" ' V1 ; ead have met rue future has b.en , a ,tHtement of his 1)ook acc0lnl j m the right kind of type; your horse and ?u..t he dm not hesitate to filled witn fear, strained and ! .ljd w hatever vouVe out on this tc,eorjiP" Irf to thin, even tne ;hoot a wluie man through the head, nnllnied bv the heartless nasi. IV ' , . , . ti paper itself is poorly manufactured, ! But the uobh: brave not even more j l ui voice uooraw win oe an rini. i o i - , . . . ,, . . . . n .: From the wond rous tree of life the . , n, not thick enougli and of too chalky hhan lie bargained fir. He wanted; isn !N.nivicvre I ! lan.es &k up nir IaS bLgiuew than to h te. 1 '' ";; ' gp. ail m a. 1M111..1. nc i .lie of old age awnitn.g for chancerv. i aw what yoii .lo nm am t of the nd.l j-ot sI.ODO. a..,! c;..ie oi t!,w lael u,,;,,,,...-. 1 , ?ri .1 1 1 i .riSOrt; your llleaS allOUt pnUCCtlVe " SUIU tit IUOIieV he HOt COllVlCttl of I rliunL.nllovarliititrniiMe.InanininUiii an.l rirera ' nn lirtt I iat j flirt L-iMfl rs T irritit . f- t . . ... ..... .,,. ...... w. , ;2 informally fmiish,and your murder, and that was another thin-f "i""? ir Uc,ent, mi r c, ancne 1 firtirextt ra 11 I ci Ml Kiuittiai"! nrr I . I .... .... . jlimi Wi.i.ftm.. am! ta 1. articular! a'nitif ti th " siana on ine VyJiKiin mauer was c a y c 1 rt ! 5 o i 0 LYD3A E. PINKKAffiTS VEGETABLE COMPOUND. buds and blossom-? fill with ripened fruit, and in the common bed of earth patriarchs and babes sleep side by tide. W.iy should we fear that which will come to all this? We cannot tell. We do not know is the greatest bless injrJife or death. We can not say that death is not good. We do not know whether the grave is the end of life or the door of another, or whether the night here is nut somewhere else & dawn. Neither can we tell- which is the more fortunate, the child dying in its mother's arms before its lips have leagued to form a word, or he who j rar.ieys all ths length of life's uneven road, painfully taking the last .alow steps with staff and crutch. Every cradle asks us. Whence9 and every coffin Whither? The poor barbarian weeping above his dead can answer the question as intel ligently and satisfactorily as the yobed priest of the most authentic creed. The fearful ignorance of the one is just as consoling as the learned and unmeaning words of the other. "No man standing where the horizon ef a life has touched a grave has any right to prophesy a future filled with pains and tears. It may be that -death gives all ther is of worth to life. If those who press and strain against our hearts could never die, perhaps that love would wither from the eirih. May a common faith tread from out the paths between our hearts the weeds of selfishness, and I .should rather live than love where ieath is king than have eternal life where love is not. Another life is naught, unless we know and love Again the one who love us here. They T?ho stand with breaking henrts around this little grave need have no fear. The largest and nobler faith in all that is, and is to be, tell us that death, even at its worst, is only per fect rest. We know that through the common wants of life, the needs and duties of each hour, that grief will les-en day by day until at last these graves will be to them a place of rest and peace, almost of joy. There is for them this consolation the dead do not suffer. If they live again their live3 will be as good as ours. We have no fear ; we are all children of the same mother, and the same fate awaits us all. We, too, have our re ligion, and it is this: Help for the living, and hope for the dead." .-Stepped the Proceedings. "1 cam3 is to tell you this morning 'that you might u3 well stop those pro ceedings in chancery for ft bill of di vorce," said a soft-eyed thing about twenty-seven years old, as she came m to & Laramie lawyer's office yester day. "Decided to live together as man and wife again, hey ?" "No, not that, not that. You see Obediah strolled away to Leadville two years ago, and kinder gave me and the kids the grand shake. Since then I've been rustling in my gentle, unobtrusive manner to make a stake. I've wrote to him occasionally when I had leisure, and kind of rounded him op for not chipping in with his assess ments, but he never represented. That kind of irritated me, and I asked you last week to get me a di vorce. If I paid all the assessments myself, I thought 'twould be more than square to get all the dividends. But this morning I got news from Leadville that has changed my notion a little about the divorce." ''Sent you some money, did he V "No, notj that. He didn't even -write to me, but I got a paper with a big blue mark around it, which con veyed the intelligence that Obediah was hung there on the 10th by re quest. It seems that he got to jump ing lots and stealing horses between meals, and people got down on him. Then he salted a claim over on Buck skin, and sold it for $10,000 to a ten derfoot from the east. 'He made several flowery breaks like that, and the popular feeling seemed tmore or less to turn against him. Several weeks ago he stole a pair of big mules from a man belonging in Kokomu, and the next night he went back to get a neckyoke and wrench that belonged to the wagon, and sappened to run into a lutcli of vig- Daniel Webster's Presence. for which he did not bargain in the ciiaapn r ure. berinniur. Hrave Bear's trial was a j u win iUoU nitp-itnmorfromtiintpm-in j , ... ' ill n mrly fitMSOuf l.ell'HMMit. Tlio tt'tatcnrj to can , bad. I tell vou thee thinirs because T r r- m a tArnl T 4 1 1 I I nh...it ... T.lt... I . ...... 1.1 1 i A. nilllfa IW SCCU atll-l-CCli. -I ICII U : OlllJl L U ie, C OCCiaUV SIS UC UlUUU IIIUI" . Pii.lMif,...r-lli.rI0rl..4.WT-rM.ti!llv!.vIU!i8. the centennial of who.se l.irth w :,s !l "cf- 1 " t ke ir paper , no wu.u ami make m lri,.e. j eelehrate.Uam.arv 18. has heen con- yfeif, but Iste it once in a while. A jury was impaneled last liH.-s.lay; It itW. ,, tributed to the February Century bv and as a Jlattilenry, ctvstrojNoll cruThifc Moves Wtfafcm-M of thottnmcch. ic purr lwonuni ii:iiiitciie. xsfrvon i ro? i rat i on. i ..... I - . t . ! ----.-.-,-- , , paper is a puniic an ur, l afternoon and a verdict w:is renuertM General iuiity, ts.cii,weii, Derreuiou ma iua I Tl 1 t.." 'Ill 1 . i .t'l W C. Wilkinson, .who thus describes MlVV( nave as goou a ng.it to . inursuay morning, during ne rial otnK.nBT.t Webster' remarkable presence erineise as auynoilv. lr a man wants IJrave lear has not appeared like a andbubaciip.iaaiwujHiwrtiianeiit: curea iiuue. Pprhnm nn' ni'm ovpr livpd th-if to give me advice I let him, I'm glad very happy Indian. ' lie did not ins-' uuutiHi.meamier.iirim.nuns 1 erildp HO mail ever lle(l lliai, Y . I H i i I harujonr with tho law-llintpnTcrMthofeiitctopjstcra. x f i i.? to nave nun. in tact. dortaml nil tho (lnf..iPtir liir;d -iic-ns. ..,! ..-. .1... quiie apari irom an v ativeniuious cir- . , , . ... ,. ; . . " , 4 'riittiIrliiv.uuv, Wuiju ( IIn,,f.,LM Mffppiintr bini infh 5ivj Units exactly it, said the editor, but it was cvnlemly serious btiai- conpuii.i 1-iinsurp.s.-L W .,.!.., for him. ami' he looked .SlSJSZ 10 flltl BROWN'S IKON BITTERS certain cure for all disease roquirin; a complete tonic; csp cialiy Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter initfent l-'evei's, AVant orApietiti liOss orStrenglli, Iiack of Encrgj, etc. Knriches the blood, strength ens the niuclcs, and jjives new life to the nerves. Acts like charm on the digestive organ removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth o give headache. Sold by all Drug gists at $1.00 a bottle. BUOWX CHEMICAT, CO. Baltimore, MA. that all Iron Bitters are ra&da b Eiam Cbil-m w ita uarc C70eu tea line ana trnae mart oa wrai BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. apart indeed from actual achievement ! m f 1 "noniiiii, n.i never nao inein 1.:.. w 1.,. rnfa ..... clearly and convincingly ?t iorth of his own, by mere and pure force of inherent character ami personality, so impressed the generation to which he belonged as did Daniel Web.-ter. There was something almost super as by you. Iti.s impossible to express my gratitude for the trouble you have taken, and not only to find out thee 1 facts, but to point them out alio ginning When he was brought into court this morning he looked neither to the right nor to the left. lie was dressed in cinzens clothes, and h id iheap K?ar:mce of a very intelligent savagt fieisa man in middle life, of good burnt, and stronulv built. h. II. 1 i 1 : 11 .1 .1 . i.jibinil about it. The ndinerivPs bv ome Ieoie, Kiimwiig :.u ineae uiui ...1.:. u i. ... f :i 1 ' uerhaDS nearlv as well as vou, are ized, in the coinnmn and me:UI e,,nl1" 10 krCP. 11101,1 10 them- Allison, the principal witness air:iint nPPeh of the iipotiIp inine!ivre,vcs- ,,ur ?"irgetims came in a him, acted as interpreter, ami he attributed a kind of divinitv ln ,ilp most appropriate time. I have wanted man. He was the to his countrymen thus called him bv with a certain semi-concious humor in it racy of the national character, redeemed in its own excess of venera tion by a corrective dash of associated familiarity. But no less the educated men among his fellows were accus tomed to employ in their own more scholarly way a similar language. To them, he was "Jove," a "descended god." a"demi-god," "the Olympian." If he went abroad, some Englishman said he "looked like a cathedral " or Sydney Smith, with irreverent hom age to his Titan might, said he, "was a steam engine hi breeches." The imposing effect of Webster's personal presence was partly due to the remarkable physical mold in which he was cast. He was not gigantic in proportions, was not even greatly above the medium height; but somehow the beholder took from him an instantaneous and overwhelm- ing impression or immense mass, weight, momentum in one word, of power. He was always one of the sights of Boston, where his presence in the streets made the neighboring buildings lojk smaller. Men from the country, that did not know who it was, would stand to gaze at him. Of course, as goon as you were aware that a physical frame so magnificent was the abode of a moral and intellec tual nature not unfit to inhabit it, the pleasurable inspiration of wonder and awe that you felt in beholding was more than doubled. But when, in addition, you could further assure yourself that this man was the great lawyer, the great statesman, the irreat orator, of his country and time, why, naturally, the enthusiasm of admira tion and" delight of which you were conscious in his presence became something extraordinary. k "godlike 'Danier 1 :?omel)(),l-v 10 c;m m :ls l uere' ,or 1 in "eneral, who onie Wteks- Keel) J',,ur eve 0,1 V a phrase which i,ni er' :m,i when ouseca weak siH,t come up The shoemaker left, happy to know that his siiiriiestions had ben received with such a christian spirit. Next day, just as he was finishing a boot, the edzrr came in, and picking up the mate, remarked : I want to tell vou how that boot strikes me. In the first place, the leather is poor; the stitches in the sole are wide apa:t, ami the uppers too near the edge. Those uppers will ' rn to nieeea in I wo weeks It's nil wrong my friend, putting poor leather in the heels, and smoothing it over with grease and lamp black. Every body complains of your boots; they don't last ; the legs are too short, trie seemed to convey to the mind of the untutored savage fully u.3 much bv hi- frequent gestures a3 by the words. After hearinir each sentence the In dian would bow his heat I stiffly and rive a low rrunt When asked if he could mve any reason why sentence should not be pronounced against him, IJrave Itair replied, after considerable hesitation and after being told that he could say what he pleased, that he had brains and intelligence, and he knew better than to p iut a gun at a white man The judge then made a reply, the idea of wnich can be fittinjr ly conveyed by the words 't thin," and proceeded to give judgment upon the unfortunate Indian. After call iuir attention to the murder, the trial, and the verdict. the judge said : "And the sentence f the curt is that you he remanded to the place whence you Ljnn,Ma.ss. Trlcol. SltboUlfTor C- Bent by mail in the form of jilbi, also in the form of lozcne, oa receipt of jrice, $1 per box foreitber. llrs. rhikham free! answers all U tters of inquiry. Send for pMOiph lat. jLtldre&s as above. SIfntion thia Jtiper. Nofarallj -houM bo without I.YPLV EL rircnAlTl UVEU PU.LS. TIipj cura constipation, Liliomn and torpidity of ths liver. 5 cent- p:r box. ZT Sold hy all Drucsiata. -5J Sit iS the iiot f.i-UJioui ri a frfiH t Il.nlr Uxifrr and Pm'titr. Ail' urrl fir ltsclinlinri nmi rl:3ut txrrluin. Kcvcr Fails to Iiestnro (Jrcror Faded Hair to the j-vKilittul colur. Cu u.ani$l H2tn.f. nil ttrugxiia. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S instep too high. How you can have j eame, and that on March G. you be he rall to charge twelve dollars fur uch boots beats me. Now I tell you tlrs because I like to see you succeed. Of course I don't know anv more about shoemaking than you do about a newspaper, but still I take an inter est in you because you are so well dis posed to me In fact. I " Here the exasperated cobbler irabled a lapstone. and the editr gained the street, followed by old knives, pincers, hammers and awls, sent after him by the wrathful cob bler, who, on regaining his seat, swore by the nine gods that no impertinent, lop eared idiot should ever c-ime round trying to teach him his trade. hanged by the neck until you are dead, and may the Iord have mercy iip-n your soul. ' There is reason to doubt that Brave Bear committed the murder, but an agreement was made with Sitting Ball that, if he would surrender and all of his people would come in, nothing done in the past should be brought up against them. As Brave Bear is said to have neen a member of Sitting Bull's bind, Imrh in making raids ami in surrendering, hi conviction and exe cution appear like a violation of the treaty. Death of a Noble Staff. The other day, while a noble stag of ten was being hotly chased by the Kaposztasmegyerer hounds a sub scription pack in Hungary one Karl Poros, a discharged hiiBsar, managed to bring the terrified animal to a standstill in some close cover through which it was forcing its way, and, by an almostsuperhuman effort of strength and agility, to vault upon its back. After several desperate but unsuc cessful attempts to dislodge its rider from his seat, stimulated anew to light by the cry of the lust approach ing hounds, resumed its course, but it soon broke down under the weight of its unaccustomed burden, and gave up the ghost through sheer exhaustion and terror. Poros was found bv the huntsmen sitting on the unwounded carcass of the stag, which he had liter ally ridden to death, and resolutely claimed as the just reward of an achievement unprecedented in the annals of the chase. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the small price of 75 cts. to free yoursel of every symptom of these distressing complaints? If you think so, call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. Every bottle has a printed guarantee on it. Use accordingly, and if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by your druggist. Why the Par3on Left Kentucky. Texas SiftitiKS- A good many years ago, when a certain place in Texas was a very small town, quite a number of prominent citizens went out on a hunting expedition. One night when they were all gathered around the camp fire, one of the party sug gested that each man should give time and reason for leaving his m.tive state and coming to Texas whereupon each one in turn told his experience. Judge Blank had killed a man in self-defense, in Arkansaw; Gen. Soandso, had forged another man's signature to a check, while another came to Texas on account of his hav ing two wives. The only man who did not make any disclosures was a sanctimonious looking old man, who, although a professional gambler, was usually called "Parson " "Well Parson, why did you leave Kentucky ? ' "I don't care to say anything about it Besides, it was only a trifle. None of you 0will believe me any how." "Out with it 1 Did you shoot any body ? "Jib. gentlemen, I did not. Since you want to know so bad I'll tell you. I left Kentucky because I did not build a church." Deep silence fell on the group. No such excuse for coming to Texas ever had been heard of before. There was evidently an unexplained mystery at the bottom of it. The Parson' was called on to furnish more light. "Well, gentlemen, you see a con gregation raised 83 000 and turned it over to me to build a church ami I didn't built! the church, i bat's all. At Glasgow this m'vith two tele graph messengers, of 14 years, were sen fpiiced to five years' pnnal ser vitude for having stolen or destroyed letters. Mm H Syrup. CURES llTLlDC MA!tK.j Dyspepsia, Live Disease. Fever & Ague, siheiima tism, 2Jropsr'$ Heart Jiseasem Biliousness, Xervous Debility, etc Sho Best B3UEDY ENO WIT to Man I 12,000,000 Bottles SOLD SIXCE 10TO. This Syrup pocscsscs Varied Properties. It ftllmBalatea the Ptyallne In the Sail. which ctwTeni iic JSfnrc una nugar or (be toed lata glucose. A Ucllcleacy In Ptyallne cnuaea Wind and Hourinr of tne road In the Klnrarrch. IT the airdiciae la taken 1 mated!, ntcly after eatln the tei leatatlwt ut Tuad 1 prevented. It acta nana the T.tTer. It acta wpoa the Kidney. It Kesulute the Bowels It range the Bleed. iiiuser, Huchu, Slamlralic, hlillingia and many of the test medicines known ate herr com bined Into a met icriecf such varied and effective powers, as to jnako t'.c Crcat-st Dlood Fitrfier&tlie lest Hsallh 2nd Strength Restorer Evsr Used. It cures PvfcjNKi. Rnruma'.ism, Heep!csi ess, alld'-'Vticsof t..c btomndi. l!ow!. I.uns: Lrcx, hi cvs. and aH i''ein.t'c Comptair.ts. If i : arc o-.t:r. away wi.h Lo: i:mpticn or ury tLieaie. u-e the Ton c V -d?y. It v.i 1 purely hfpyoti. Pv I'cnbcr ! it is far superior to Kitten, Essences of Cinder n-vJ other Tonics, as it bt.t.'cis unthesvstem wuhuit irtoxiotin-jr. s'c. andsi sues, ata ldnleri.idr.:i No: cenui,e'.vhhort sisu.turcon!i .ov&Co.,N Y. be dforcircuLir I.AUG K SAVING IN BUYING THE IK3LLAR SIZK. 40th! It Qalets the TVervoun 8yateaV It Prametes Ulreatltm. It Searlshe, Strengthens and 1 Searlshe. Strensthena and hintmtM. it carries nunc wti jniooa ana ntkci new. It oaea. the pore of the aklm uad ladacaa Xloaltajr Pcnairutlea. It neutralized the hereditary ttiaK or polsoa in th blood, which rncratrs Scrofula. EryKipela, and Ail 7viner or akin diRiea and internal hnmors. Aor' are no Bpirits ersnlovod in its rnanafactort. and I can bo takftn by t'io noet delicate b.nbe, o oy ta POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING UK TMl Ic the City ot Louisville, on TUESDAY JANUARY 31st. Tht dravftus oceur monthly (Sunday cfpttl) urdpr proviMona of an act of the (Jenerat Annerniily ot Kentucky. TheOnitd Stet circuit court on Mamk tl rentrett the fo!Iovrin dHjifion: 1st That the Commonwealth Distributiaa Compr.ny !bni. 2d iti dmwitizsare fair. The company has now on hand a Jfcfs reserve fund. Kad the list ot prison for the JANUARY DRAWING. Mrs. Cr'ni33 blo'V ilown a kreosme lamp chimney at Tlelo nn Monday, and whfin her lmh:uil came in he simply remarkeil that his Ghuaa was cooked. Mis3 Dickinson thinks "Himlet a hy rather than a man. H ewas a fat h'y, then, aud scaut of breath at tender age. Q'leen Victoria, cmhinin moth erly iifftKStion and musical taste, has coinuiHsioned that crusty composer M. G mniid, to write a nuptial march for oroh stra and oriran for tiie mar ri iga of her you get and favotite ton, lei)old. Duke of Albany. Eeccued From Death. The folowia irtaleHient fruta William J. Cough lin, of Sonwrville. Maaa., is ao reaiarkatile that we beg to ask for it the attention of jour readers. Ue says: In the fall of 1876 I was taken with a vio lrnt blkkoikg ok the luxoh followed by a se Tere cough. I aooa began to toae my appetite and leeh. I was so weak at one time that I could not leare my bed. Iti the eummer of 1877 1 wu admitted ta the city hospital. While there the doctors said I had a hole in my left lutig as big as s half dollar. I expended over a hundred dollars in d'ctorsaad medicines. I was so far gone at one time a report went round that I was dead. I gar up hope, hut a friend told me of DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. I laughed at iut friends, thinking that my case was incurahle. hut got a bottle to satisfy them, when to my surprise and gratification, I commenced to feel 1 Hit ter. My hope, once dead, began to revive, nd to day I feel in better spirits thin I have for the past three years. "I write this hoping you will publish it so that everr one atflirted with'Dieal Luu will le in-dtx-l to lake DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNt;S. and ! convinced that C'OMSUMP TION CAN BE CURED. I have taken two bottles and can Hiiivily Kiy that it ha dn more giitl than all thetthf uieli-iiiHH I hart taken fiiure my ii'kii. My fiuh va uliiiot entirely ili.iappfureil and I li:tll souu be able lo go to work." Sold by druggbu. Warsaw, Bknto.v, Co., Mo. I wish to inform you of the facts of one of the most remarkable cures of Dropsy known in this country. I was afliicted for a number of years, and tried different doctors and various remedies, but all to no purptwe. One doctor said I conld not live three weeks. 1 was advised to try some of Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup, which I did, and in a short time 1 was able to go to town axd call upon the doctor who said I could not live. It perfectly cured me. JOHN MILLER. I Priie.. ....$30,000 1 Prize lo.ooo I Prize 5,006 10 Prizes f i,000... 10,000 20 Prizes 500... 10,000 9 Prizes $300 each, approximation prixe...M.3,TQi 9 Prizes 200 " 1,901 tt 100 Prizes S100...flu,0t 200 Prises ... 10,000 J0O Prize 20... 12,600 loot Prises 10... 10.90B 9 Prizes 100 it i 90t VkromaLawrknck, Co., Mo. I was troubled for a long time with Kidney Disease, and also with Chills and Fever. I tried various remedies unsuccessfully for months. I then commenced taking Dr. Clark Johuson's Indian Blood 8vrup, which has completely cured me. I aut sow as ikwt aad. healthy as I ever was. WILLIAM WATSON. Bedpoed, Mo. I have used Dr. Clarke Johnson's Indian Blood 8yraa for Chronic Disease, and have received great rsUetherefrovi. ' H.CUMTON. 1112,4 AgMta wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood Syrup in every town or Tillage, in which I bare no Ageat. Particulars given oa application. DRUGGISTS SELL IT. Laboratory, 77 Went 3rd St., N. Y. City. 1,960 Prizes, Whole ticket, S3. Half ticket, f 1. 27 tickt, foo. 55 tickets, flOO. Remit money or bank draft in letter, or snd by expren. Don't send by registered letter or pest office order. Orders of $5 and upwards, by express, can ho sent at oar ex pens. Address all orders to R. M. BOARDM AN.Coni ier lourna! Hmlding. Louisville, Ky., or R. M. BOARDMAN. 309 Rroswav Naw York. WM. SMITH, Dealer in all kinds of Beef, Pork, Veal and Mutton of the beat quality. FINE 8AUSAGE always on hand. Staad Koa 3, Market House. l-13dAwly STARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A Tictim of vou thiol imprudence causing Pms tun Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Macbood. ttt, harinc tried in Tain every known remedy, kaa dta covered a simple self cure, wuira a will send to his fellow-imnerera, addrcM J. M. WEE 4 Chatham St.. A. 1. ?u!lreVT!T.Er2, MCTajoiyiillBSiari MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS From $22 to $900 Sold on asy Payments, from $2.50to $5 per Month. Just think of it ! It is their proud distinction that they haTeUken the highlit awards at all World Fairs for the last Fourteen Years. No one who hits ever owned a Mason & Hamlin Organ will be satisfied with any other kind. Will the public not learn a valuable lesson from this fact. Write or call for catologues with lowest nett prices, terms, etc. ll-27d&wyr JOHN STARK, 213 OHIO ETBSET.