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The Home Mnj-azinp, conducted by
Mr.-J. John A. Iogan lms: In tho Mny
nmiiber a beautiful illustrated oem, by
Ou-.tonScollard. entitled; "A Kwe for
Jjeinenihninc."
i'ortraituof Ilismnrck, Caprivi, Oen.
Tr.wk.
.u illustrated articlo oa
IUnne, by us
Mrs. Logan.
A triii to Hebron, by Mrs. I-nne.
V Chapter of Chronicles, by Amlx-r.
Janet; n rtory," by Mrs. Ohphant
1'iueTy illustrated description of the .theso-wl ones than he would for the
interior of tho lilaine Home.
A Sketoh of Amelia 15. Edwards, with
ji-irtrait.
ltrii:ht Bits from ISright 15ook-, with i
- xtracta from A -ow r.iiKiauu um
"A Xow
hood."
Washington Society Notes.
Lincoln at Home.
.Memorial Day.
Illustrated articles on Homo Dress
i.'.uking. Illustrated article on Fancy Work.
ThoTrillinms, a lovely (.prinf poem,
by Arlo Bates.
The Necklaco, a short Btory by Cuy
de Maupassant.
The Dining lloom with Spring Soups,
and Recipes.
" Mothera' Page, nnd Children's Page
full of bright stories nnd pictures, and
many other good things too numer
ous to menton.
All for six cents a number.
The Home Magazine nent for threo
months1 trial BuWription for Ten Cents
silver or Stnmps. Try it.
Address: Tho IJrodix rublihhin1; Co.
Washington, 1). C.
The Burlington Junction Harvest j
Home occurs, September 10th, 11th, and .
12th.
The Atchison county teachers in
stitute will be held at Tarkio, be inning
July 28lh.
FIFTY THOUSAND
COOKING
AND
HEATING
STOVES
PER ANNUM
mth MAVTKLS GltATIT. nor.T.OTT
WABC TUI-IVARE, and f.lli-r ptKxU in
prpjottloa la tlia prmlaclivd capacit
FbQIipc ft Bnltoiff IinsfaCtnring Co.
NASHVILLE. TENN.
TllKlU STOCK of fitrnlsblnra for
I tho KRCBCV, ths PANTKV. mud
I Um bUCCO BOUX ts I mm in mi.
WlTPrif LAROTS CAPITAt, lo
0Sparince. al.il favoralito locatii.n for
IIm ehaaawat plff Iran, ami tbn IniTf.t
(nrtcbt ntes to nil nouthrra rtolnlo, our
Koda are onntooltwl lu qualltjr, and 1m
yostt oociptlUuii in ilce.
ETERY DI.AU.R
our Uuxtrstrd vatalojrau.
shnuld bare
Currorpuutl-
& Bullcfff m Oa,
NASHVILLE, TE!N.
NOTICE
TO
Bidge Builder
s
The nnders:gnid li-Md C ".imis!.ioner
of Holt County. Missouri, will on
Monday, June 2nd, 1899.
nt the north door or the Court Haunt in
tho citv if Oregon, and belwe.u the
hours of one mid three r. m. on said day.
let at public .nit-cry to tho lowest ro
Fponsib'.n bidder, the contract for repair
ing tho following briilges:
Ono fil-f.t span at Kicn IJagby's.
OnoTU-feet span nt Knkel's Mill.
One .r0-fe.t span at John fx-.iscs.
Ono SW-rrest sp.in at lldy farm, four
miles north of Mnitland.
One iO-feet sj-an near Mrs. Snider's
on Kimr-py Creek.
Oim lO-'foi-t span, l4 mile s;it!i Jamos
Wilson's on Kimr4.y t'reo!:.
Also for tho building of tho following
new bridges, tho couuty iurnit-hiug part
of tho materia!:
One -IO-feet span, wood, at Lu in Tat
torson's.
One .TO feet, trestle work, cm Dodge
Ditch, cast f Mound City.
Ono rCifeet. nMiibitiation. on Sjiiflw
Creek, near residence of William Skcl
lev. "One HO feet, trestlo work, ,-j milepoiith
of Judge Mclntyn's.
Tho court reserving the right t reject
anv or all bills not t-ititfaotory.
t'or Hjiecilicjitions and other in forma
tion. call at oilico of Koad Commirisionor
nt Mound City. M.
This the 0th day of Mny. 181HK
W.M. M. MOKIUS,
Road Commissioner, Holt County. Mis-
souri.
m
ANO
I
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Largest and Host assortment of plants
in the west at prices to suit all. bastern
uricos dutilicated. Tlants reeeived from
ns will bo in BETTER condition than
thoso
linns.
received by
mail from eastern
All kinds of
FLORAL WORK
mndo up in artistic st j lo on short notice.
Orders by telegraph PROMPTLY at
tended to.
CENTRAL GREEiiKOHSSS,
L. J. STUPPY, Proprietor.
.
Sixth and Jule Sis., St. Joe. Me.
Trust ,t's Suit.
Winrra. ttiltiT lvrrj- ll.ir.ly nml K:it II.
ll-inl li llifir Ihtnl Tnit, .itt il llir sll,
iA.r J.i'tiii.ir-. ts-T. ati.l n-ciMmilii Hit-l.v
-i.r.lir.i!;rv'Mllti-iiity. Mi-M.iin. m iix.k
"feA"'''
llii- folliiultis "' ti."" leal cxlalr, Mlit.it. It
tii:anl in-injr tu lltf .Miniy nl Holt ami Mate
of Mi-Mitiri, to-U
in, ii-u :
'r't'.m'iVhl .Vir o(,lun'T3t,1!,rU'r
,.!,i.t'!v..V.iii4. wa.'nCidf in trtit i
Tin-
M'Ctiolt s,
YVIiicli
ecu re
"tnc iKiytiiPittnf tvrtJtliiiii.ti-k in viiil tli-ol
H tsrrilKil; ami l'n-.i' ilrf.ui!! lia-
wrlc in the M)-ir..it of Mild imtra ami llie
ipn mri. In the imv
lntrrrt Im-ri-oii : in, llifrrliiri-. i.iiif niiuer
i?iipl tnil-'. Ill irniice 'f vtnl proi'iii
of il tl-tt in ln:t. ami al lli m.m-M' ! llie
iA-al holder .f H.1I1I iintes. aforr-airt, will on
SATI-KIIAY. JUNK 7th. K'U
Ib-twi-rn tlicliiHir.pf leu oVli- k in the fiin
liiKinn:,(1 flt-p o'clock in the all.Tii-n of.iiil
.l.i.al tin-imrlli il-r f llii-fourt limine In llie
eitridip-nii. in Holt Ooniuv. Mi.'umri. rr-'-
mm
MIT.
r-eil 10 !! Hip atM.ve desirili".! whhtU jI j
l.iilillc vendue t Hie hisht li.ld-r for im-H lor j
ILc iariii'.e'-'ri-'I m d ! 1 tm-l. I
11 ni:si:vsiirrr.H.Tru-tpp. I
Wnr.o.int; Ajiplcs.
How shall we market our npples t
make tin. most out of them. Tn in
opinion the ln'St thiw; we can do is to
put nothing but tirt-:l;i-'; kvk on th
market, anil by ft doinj; wo will build uj
a reputation that will bo worth more to
ti;m h the wind fall.? and pecked
apple., wo would over raise. Xow, I think
if a man would sort his nppli-s rarefully
Ijeforo ho Marts, to market with them
that h" would ot more clear money for
cuIIh and all. And th-n he would bo
Mlyd the mortilication of h:irin; to
either throw uvwiy or haul baek home
-,,, (il-fourth to one third of his load.
I havu f-'tH-u Ioadri of apples takeu to
market that fully ono-hulf the load wan
culls. Now, this is bad work, for wo can
gt more for our apples to have them
carefully sorted, and not put tiny wind-
falls itii thi'iu, no matter now nice they ,
look. Kither uso them in tho family or j
food them to tho lion's. The latter is tho
l)0t way, unions you grind them up for
vinegar, and then feed pimimace. Jiis-t i
go into an npplo market nnd wo a nice ,
load of well culled apples drke in, nnd j
notice tho emulation ruuoiig tho buyers;
ohcIi anxious to secure that particular
load, no matter how many loads or tinxeil
apples thero aro standing around. t'ou
will always notice thar tho buyer of a
load of well sorted apples always wears
a sunny smile, and is toon aeon looking
for anothor bargain of this kind. Now,
I am sure wo can raiso as good apples
here as anywhere, and I am in favor of
I us as fruit growers coming right down
! to business, and see how things look af
i ter the erori is disiio.-ed of this fal'.
There is nnother matter that I wish to
siK-ak of and that is tho prartico.of le.-.v- "
itho drop apples under tl.e"trtsto
t. This is tho cause or the cfKldiing ,
rot.
moth bcngsoprevaleiiL lu my tipmicn
if wo would look after the refuso in the
fall and keej tho old rough bark scrap
ed off the trees, wo would have lit
tle use for tho spraying machine.'. I
would suggest that as practical fruit
growor.-i. wo practice just as near as pos
sible what we preach. Theory is good
ns Tarns it g;i. '"'t ;::"!:. is more
like business. As for u:o i am ging to
work ns near this plan as I can, ami soo
what tho result wil! Ijo.
Xr.VA.
Frank LcmIh-'!. INipiilar Ttloutlily
for .Tunc
rrederic Arthur Uridgman, the Orien
talipt painter, is characterised by Mrs.
Schuyler Van Hensselaor. in Krnnk Les
lie's Popular Monthly for June, ns a
typical American artift, bccaui-o in art,
"just now. it is tho cosmopolite who is
typical, tiio thorough-paced American
who is except ionnl." Some admirable
engravings and fac-simi'es of Mr. Ilridg
mini's pictures arc given. Another no
table attraction of this iiuiulier is a pro
fusely illustrated nrticlo on that "milo
of history," tho Hon ery, of New York
City, by Felix Oldboy. no well-known
local historian, who seems to have in
herited Irving's charm of stjle and fund
of f.olhnm-lorc. Other interesting illus
trated articles are: -The Life of n Long
shoreman." Dr. (.iieney's concluding
paper on -l'n-derick tho Cln-at,"
Women Woart'rs of Mens Clothe?." "A
Mysterious and Dreaded .Saurian" (the
( !ila Monstor), -The List of tliQ Mohic
ans," and "Traveling by Air.Tiie t-liort
storit-::. poems, literary and otiier niis-crOl.iny.s'ippl.o-l
in the abundnnco which
is characteristic of this magazine, make
up an un.-omr.ionly rich numikT.
Tin- Tt'jii-Iti'r.s' Convention.
Nevcrlieforo was there such entiiUKiasiu
alKjut a gathering r liie national school
tiMicheM' asfo'-iation ds thero is nt the
present time. The committees are all
hard at work and everything is licing
gotten in shajK to make thair stay in
St. Paul a ploasant on.'. The temKimry
Iioadipiarters f tho association is now
in the hotel Kyan in St. Paul, nnd they
are sending out thousands of jiounds of
interesting maUer pertaining to the
programme and tho places that aro to
lo visited while there. The Chicago
Sf l'.tul & Kmisa? City railway, which
has born selected by tho Missouri com
nuttcoon transportation ns their r.flicial
route, are making elaborate preparations
and nro going to give tho ladies on.' of
tio lineal o-jnipped tniins over pulled by
fin engine. It wiil bo u palace upon
wheel') and drawn by an engine hand
wimely and traily decorated. This lino
is the shortest by several hours and are,
!-s u consequence, going to haul nbout
all of them from the soutwost. The
toachers of St Joseph and vicinity have
already commenced to securo ncconmo-t-ons
and make iirrangemciits for their
hotels nnd Mtcping car berths. The
KMp!( of St. Paul aro also booking quar
ters at various jilacos in the city. Mnny
,iT tlio most lroriretius homes ill ihnt city
have loen thrown ojien and nill aid in '
furtiii-iiing quarters for tho thousands
who will attend.
Ti'i: instalment of -A I Joy's Town."
by W. I). Ibmells. in Hnrr"s Young
I'cop'.c for May will explain the un
written laws that are binding upon tho
great lody of lniys between six and
twelve years old. Tho author humor
ously alludes to the ideals and supersti-
! tions of this bov's world, "which aro of-
lj ten of a ferooitj, a depravity scarcely
j cicdiblo in after-life." Ho K'gins with
. . 1 .
"the first great law of revenge, if a boy t
. si
nmR enough and of savage endur-
: niic of wronn. if ho is not: lie gives tlie
technical definition of "cry-baby," "bill-1
ly," and a "mean trick": describes
"alxmiinablo cruelties," that aro con- '
sidered perfectly lawful, and many other
1 regulations known to old boys and t
ycung Ihivs. j
I The Xew York Central railroad has'
adopted a system of fiirnallnR by moans j
, "r f tu Vn .rMr .cml Uisionr. ,
of f iii-es to prevent rear end collisions.
, When a train is losing lime ainij;niaj
; r,,, ;s y,, aw thrown or. tho track !
in tho rear. It burns with a strongKlow '
liken theater lire forciht or ton minutes, '
I nne thestronest -ialecannot blow it out. '
. , , , ,
' Trains coming uHm one of theto lights
;,r,, tM to proceed untter any circuin
il is "nied out. A thnr-
, r.i-.r.. . 1... I. I. 1
oiigh test of this fux he lias been mailo.
anil 11 is ieciarei to jc n-uc-ui.- inin-i -
! ,ion aainst Jrear end collisions. Such
a tiling is sorely needed, ami tho tniv-1-
, jng public will be glad to hearoftne
..i..t0n if the device
jplion 01 uie utvict.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Wlien Ea.br was wc Rare her Ca-teria.
yyhen she was a Child, t.he cried for Castoria,
'When she became Stis-, the eluae to Castoria,
Wticnthc had ChiHren,rue gave th-m Castoria.
lenfti
PROMPTLY C'JRZD DV
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Neuralgia
Lumbago,
Sciatica
QnroInR.
Fi vii lens laFM
Durns.p
Wo undo, y
Swellings, s
Soreness,
Frost-bites,
Stiffness,
All Aches.
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Baltimore, lid.
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ANY PIECE OF MUSIC OR MUSIC BOOK
PUBLISH CO ON EARTH
acnTPaf-HPQ-t aicaiproraiaaacD paieta.
aj-KlL IHTEDSEIT3. Strings and Trimmlnc.
lir'tJ.t Variety, bast quality at lowest prion,
OUIHr-YlUli aOCOXBMH. U. hmt U4 anajMh
Ik. im.
atao all oaoiaa to aaovt aoeacsa.
SCKS FOB OUP1 CATAtOOOEo PHICE3
ATLAS ENGINE W0f.XS,
fNOIANAPOLiS, !MD.
feiiJfe!i.Mkf I
THE
ROGERS & HAMILTON CO.
WATERBURY, CONN.
aauraeruRcas or
SILVER PUTED
WARE..
EXTRA PLATE.
SECTIONAL PLATE.
TRIPLE PLATE.
e nt Torn mtAT.mt for Quia
A and taka aa otbera.
Wn TiaTa many raw and rich
Idaalpn. RITAIXINO BOU1)
I OUt UlilIKi
TarraaaTM. BEST M THE WHET.
FULLY GUABA5TEED
n all rcspcsts.
An ttirTBaTiB Pain I.tr ni !
arat upn aprltfation with apcloa
uro of ten cents In poatafo atampa.
Dr. Warner's celebrated
Coraline Health Corsets have
one peculiarity which pertains
only to corsets of their make.
Th bust retains its shape to
the end, and the corset im
parts to the wearer a well
proportioned and beautiful
figure. The corset is boned
with Coraline, a substance
superior to the finest whale
bone. Made in short, medium
and extra long waists.
There axe many imitation, bot yoa -ri3
find " Ir. Warner' Coraline" printed oa
the inside of every fenaine coraet. Thejr
ae soli by yoor neaxtu dry ood dealer.
WARNER BROS. Mafrs..
New York and Chicago.
m
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S A AfTT V f'-oo -3'?''fr,,l-,r,,.!i
.J-Lais-s. u-aa-ui.nr.. .-. ?!
L4
wti . Mfr aa
iinwi.
lS92IPril
;l?rF:urilV.W. Thos,nrtin5r or Philadelphia. w KarketSLChicago, in. P.O.Box667. -Si!;; ' -.-a..":-; sl:
UUlixrJ K. tux. FrankC ?-. jb J.J, wiHt, don t nita-it. 1
Lire Stock On The Farm.
About one lifth (lCT,ra, out of
SllVrJl) of all the cattle other than
milch cows in tho United States are
found in Texas. Iowa is second, with
.. .... , i,tVk f.Vl.
i,-u: JvatiPas uiiru, wuu i,oj.-;
Illinois fourth, with 1,713,000; Missouri
fifth, with ld!,V; New Mexico sixth.
i with l,".iJ.ii; Nobraska seventh, with j
' i;S-eJ,"-72;Wyoiningeighth.with 1,-17,8.0; i
, Colorado ninth, with l,mSJJZ; all other 1
! states and terrrit ries boin billow a
J million each. Omittiiv; any one of the
last four named, tho other eight contain
moro stock of this class than all the rent
of the country put together.
While Texas contains oue-'iflh in num
ber, though, it has only about ono-ninth ,
in valuo. Texas cattle being rated at on
ly &3;&.l, Arkansas alone being lower, at
M.GI. Iowa, with a little more than one-
fourteonth of tho total of stock, has
nearlv ono-oloronth in value. Outside 1
- ... .... . . . j r r: J
oi xox.is, Illinois, iv.Hisaa uu .ir..un, ,
r..t'n liti-i niiirn tlifin tvira S1H Lrrmt
than twice ns
a '
value in cattle as any 6tato or territory I
.1 . r- - T I- .1 ; l-ntl. '
in me union. io.,i is m.iiu
j number and valuo ut milch cows, too.
Now ork coining hrst. though Iowa anu
Pennsylvania aro almost tied on tho lat
tor iioint.
In6heen Texas airain comes first, with
A QMiIin rf1if,krnin onmnil. With
- - t' v .-m i
, fnr-lWn. nil- tl,:-,! with S'UILfiS'h New
tV1X-.V V, ...... -T T-
-a -a 1 - T C .
Mexico, urcon, AiicniKnn, uuiu, iuu-
tana, Colorado, New York, Indiana, Mis
souri and Wyoming bach having over
1,000.000 head, following in the order
Iowa, which is second in cnt-
tlo. is twenty-tifth in sheep. In valuo of
sheep Ohio is first. California second.
TeMS tIijrt Miohijrnn a pretty clot-e
t fourth, Oregon fifth and New York sixth.
The per capita valuation is lower in Tex
as than in any other stuto in which
much of n sjiecialty is made of sheep, it
being only tVXtl per head.
In swinatho first placv. in b ith num
bers nnd value, must be credited to
Iowa, with ."US02.0H0 head, worth .V.U
Kr hend ?l.'J2 aboute tho average of the
ftountry. Second is llliiioic, with .ri,4:EJ,
i"it head, worth i'tM or head; Missouri
third, with S;S!5. head, worth only
?3.Cl. Then follow in ordtr Indiana,
Kansas and Texas, though tho latter
state ia- tenth in vho mutter of aggregate
value.
In horses Texas for tho third time
reaches first placo in numbers, having
X1Ml head: but is ninth in the mat
ter of aggregato valuo. Illinois is second
in numbers but first iu value her 1,125,
'.7." horses being worth f,:i01,yi2. lown
is third in number nnd second in value,
having 1,i9j;su0 horecs, valued at $71),
ti'Jii.nn. No other state has as mnny ns
a million lion-er, and the two last named
hate about one-sixth in value of all the
horso llesh in tho United States.
In mules Mifsouri barely holds tir.t
nlaco in nnu-.ljers, with iliO.OC.T. Tennes
see following only 8"il head lieliind. Mis
bibbiimi comes tirt in nggregnto value.
with over 17,0tX.rt'0, Tcnuesso bi-ing
second. MiiMiuri third m:d Octirgia a
close fourth.
And now what state lends in the ag
gregate valuation of all kinds of farm
btock? The first place must bo given to
Iowa, with a lotid of fl'il,"'.!'.' or a
littlomoro thai .no-thirtceth t tne
inoi
countrv" livo ht-k valuation
:s is scent, wun HNWiI,k')i. ics-
is makes a showing of ?H7,ill,'lj.- St.
Louis Journal of Agriculture.
COXSUMWIOlUBELYCURED.
To nrm Eorron I'lrat inform yiur rJ
eri that I haia a potltite rsmaxlj fur tLc abora
Darned allseue. Ky its tlrnd; ue thomaiuli i f
hopeless eatet hare baD pfrmintntly curad
I Khali ba clad to tend two aottlea nlmy rra
dy rKBB to any ot yonrreaderi who harp ta
iumjition If-, thty will sand r.ia thalr expets
and pot nfflee addreM. BaiwUu:Ir
I. A. S LOCUM. U. C. 131 laari aU Xow 1 iH
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Hvdwphobin, Inoculation for; IgnatietT,
Nicholas Paul: Knights of Labor; Loo-
p.illville: Liberty Enlightening the
World: Lick Obtervatory; Munkaeszy.
Michael: Ni.-igBra Stato Park: Parker,
Dr. Joseph; Photography. Amateur;
Photophone; Porter, Fitz-John; Powder
ly, Terenco V. Presidential Succession;
Rtilwovn. Electric Richnrdson, Henry
Hobson; Riol. Liuis David: Salisbuy.
Marquis of; Ship Railway; Spelling Re
form: Slnnlov FaK-t: Stanley Ixl. To-'
... . .
bugan; Topjwlolnmn-t: Typo writer;
Volapuk; Washington Monument: Wnt
' ter.-on. Henry: A'ellala Fnllt. and a hun
i dred others, "it is a safe assertion that
' every man of the time nnd er.ry topic
j of conteuiporar- interost is treated in
The New People's.
1 Specimen pages of this noble work will
le sent to any part of the world 011 up
! plication.
SklaIiseiiHis.
iv'.'i ... r
Will enable you to j;ive a description of
r.nir i. iw in Dr. ll.-ithaiviiv. the eminent
BtwvMalist of St. Joyepii. Mo., who in
iiak."i
a special study it all kinds of Skin Dis
kind. Put vour raw into a snrtMaluit
h-inds 'ho treats such casee scientific
' ally.
I
Don't Miss It.
In our advertir-in;; columns -till be
found a card of peculiar intere--t to our
voting men and boyn fond of outdoor
' ,.r.j Tf tlu.v tvUh tn nn-llra a
, eases ii:u ii.u tin m ....-v o kn.it . ... . rata. onroooipKH ptico. t
'toreil for venrs, and aUi UK-d pateut roar patronage yon t-T-"""
' mediein.-s Without revtard to quantity or few-f0,Slffl
.5A
DUSTERS
ARE THE BEST.
100 itylen, price to salt alL
Wx. Atbks k Buxs, I'liiL-H-Kia-uix.
t-olil by all detUtint.
fTVTQ Wii3Wri1,y Mt r',',l,' nri" i
uiii.iu nil
Siniil frMj.
l.irre Dn llt. iuick solei.
A r.tr oitp .iitinlt. !
DEAR
I A Mil Mtt! MMlbr
ft IllVl-UBLB TMlUl Ut
kji n4kT r. ancai.
ninn. ",
iHdHI-rtahlnlitl. Writ. -W k- ml frt ITU.
PTEi TPIVF
la Eta I EbP I llbV
Wu 1-4 U n rr C-ttlf. l-rrtlBM Irul fiur uivirlmi
t,.rh-mt-lc. tiprrt--M rj rmmnnftR
flraaaaa PeUctltt irC.lt Unit. 3JCl ltti 1
HINDERCORNS.
TionIy nnCnrmfarOornm. Sup9 nil rtln. Tnmr.
aiMfcrt to the tert. Uc txt lmxrrl'tA. lliaouzSCo ,fl.T.
tlmre -
I
tlx woo natulli uTabMtrtaMdj far all Ula mitring
tnm dateaUta aalrllloa. Takatatiin. ate. and tt.
UMR0DS
l CURE
ASTHMA
ClzrrTi, E27 PeTcr, BislftEria, WiaoM
mil Ctshd cii Comoi Cc!li
BnrytnTnnJrl by Pbyaldana and arid by Tntc
SlaU tcruucBuut taa world, bend for Krco Hantrlo.
HIMB0D UAKUF'G CO.,
SOLS PR0PBECT0R3,
191 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
oonik aub.113 wit;
My Story of the War,;
book Acsnrs ttaxtct von
or-rui ktiiu rub
BOSlLSXraUCICKi.
!craaE- In liunlaOa.
aad oa taa tUHIa.M. Br M4BT A. l.lEUkE.
pl4i4 Mrt Platan ilH tmJ- CJ090
jnttirW-UBa4 Wotn. Dl.Waraaafelailraave.
A. B. WOaTlllMJTO A CO, lUrUWU. Caaa.
PARKER'
'8
HAIR BALSAM
Cleantei txosliSs !hi bm
.Ptoaaotea a luxuriant growth.
aar Fan ta itntora uny
HairtlittVal!ifal Color.
I'nr.nU n-jtilru? at hair raJllacI
aae.ani ai wm'nup
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
KM Croaa Diamond Ilraad.
aaaatrnaaMttllt
lailaaiaa
aSraaaViaa.
viuwaimaoa. TuLaaaathan aaMa
(alaaiB.) tjr aanl.ir " 1 "Ut I!cT fbr
Ca!aaatcr Ckaaaleal C, laadlaM 1'fcllada, fa.
Acn!a wanlnl t ITO It I a ntffrtwln
fll lulrat:iothr Nil ler linf. S.-!lirIt ll'ic
l.lnentmimiirrrlittli- vent !-v le.lil lrOr.
iicf.lrfl It
nN liui 1i
llllJ tl'.e Ilr-Vi'Jt
Mini I!nr.t f;ilitlc
w 1 1 li 11 n t iin..
I'lotltrt tin nut
m:t!l tl T liTvp:;...
14 r rir ut.ir.
trrrrlolland can
nut Mom oir.
1 7 Harmon St,
, TTnrrrftlwr, Mu.
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
PPS'S
GaATZFUL-COMFORTINQ.
COCOA
MADE WITH BOILiMP MILK.
Pianos-Organs
The linntnTail 11 Piao.1 f.Kle.'.iiir lrinf
I'uno.. Iiivriilr.d l-j n. i lie of the mml im
ii itl:ii.t li,i.r.i-emr:i:.r-r ni-ide. l.i.Jiir' the
i'..tt!im-iil ni 'tn !!!! imi-ieal ill lo.ie, unite
diir-ilde. and le I'ahle 10 set -in of time.
Ilr.th tl:r Mai.m U Hniiihit tlrsnn and rsanm
exrelriurfi In tlt.tt nhlrh l tl.e o!ilf exi el
lrnep in ant ninir.ll InMrusiriit. ll.ilily of
tune. Other thine. tliins!i important, are
iiiikIi e.-oth.ni tliH. An in.trnnirni with 1111
tltll'lral tollPt C.llllot he Rood. Illlltraled
ratiilojneol new ltle, Inlrodiiepil Hit- wswii.
MASON & HAMLIN
Organ and Piano Co..
BOSTON. HEVTDBK. CHICAGO.
SE5WTIHSELF,
A HclaUiteaB-l Stxndard lorular KtwCd TrMliu cn
the Krronof Vith. rr-roalur-l)aaliii,IarTr.i:a
an 1 i'h-lcl Uablllty. impnnuaa 01 mtiimw,
::a.linlrom Folly. Viae, I-nonsta. K-reaaaaoi
tlrtrtuatloii.Kuarvailiisaod nnfSila Ik; -Irtlm
for Wort, nnalnMi.tha Marriad or ioaial UrUtloa.
ATCld tinaiilfnl prateadara. rceaaaa Oda trt
-rork. It .or.uiaa S pa, roral Sto. B-uti nil
birdittr. emhflrttJ, full ilu fries, etily lp bj
ir!l. p-t rid. eonrealei In p'.au wrapjr. lllua
tratlto l"ro.pectri Froo, If roa arP'J ?w-
ih ciita and JEVVILLCO MCDAL
B7h.?BeMH
ra.itUUr.br mail or In rrron. at tlj?.- of
Ko.4 Itilinnrli :., i:oaton. jiar, iu
3'drrn for l-ol o
tirafct-daiaoove.
Tmm amtetia to cleal
MtO. u avaiMii
Aak roar dealer for Ed. H Huntley & Co.'a
HONEST CLOTHING
It our rcoda are not la the handa of -etna
t-TviKc-u pt-TJlrT? tn m-r aeetlon. ron eau FRO.
omK THEM from toe BEST KNOWN ail. I
. . A I . r-Trrv-i TTr-.-
VwoTldTairtoa; TtwlTt MAKB YOCIt
' - - ...... ar.ri kfv.p TOU B-neaslos bow e can
afford TO DO IT. If year i)Mi-J am not,
keraocr coons, aena iona ana wo nuai mr;
Blab yon a Soft or OrrMt, -Tprees or mail
ll HT5T'. EtyL- OrlKtaa-or
. .
aaaaaaTa In ordertaK BniU or OrrrcoaU ob-rrre
WmW ttrlcUy lollowta rnl-a for meatnre-
ln'tZt SSrSS.
let meaaare. from crotch to heeL
cafio. capital evl.uuu.uuu; wouw-iai awM
Bank of CWea. capttal e000.-0.
-rARieiiMDTive ,
mSAllnL'kUL Ulura. fadlraUoiit Ufa ,
iii'inianiD rnalc. Tikisnraj
mem
mm
mi
JJUUllUllUUUl UlUUi
Tbm mil aaa Tnn-m m tti't
C1
aaaaBHKeaaBaaaBB
The Sclio-iI-Hook Trust.
The organization of a school book
trust embracing the leading (inns of the
country in ."nut line of buitnes is an
event of moro than ordinary inteivp t
and importance. Tho-o who are familiar
with the conditions of the M-hool bctik
trade do not need to be tol.l that the
sales are made for the nun-l party by
prtx.wses that are er:ou.ly olijei tion
able. For many jears pn:.t, in every
State, the agents of tho different pub
lixhera have lieen carrying on a crutJat.o
which has frequently had public scand; 1
for an accompaniment. Not n few wel.
iittiwipi! cases of briberv have Ucu rP-
. . , , ..-... i
pone.!; anu more or less buspiciou n.is
ci -mo to be attached to all tninsactionf
between hhcool cjllicera nnd those who
Hiipj.ly s-liool bo:)ks. The purpose of
the trust through which sales will here
after bo made is certainly not to abolish
this reprehensible practice, butratherto
perpetuate and extend it. by increasing
tho prices of book, acd thus providing
an enlarged margin for irregular ex
penditure. In other words, the pooplo
are to bo additionally taxed for the pur
poso ot maintaining n trafiic thnt is al
ready costing them far too much. The
prospect is an unpleasant ono from every
point of view; and some way should be
devised to check and defeat a scheme
which promises to bo so mischievous.
It ia likely thnt the states will find it
best to adopt the plan of publishing
their own school books, and furnishing
them at jost prices, or making them
free. Thero is reason to believe thnt
just as gcod books could thus bo se
cured as those uhich aro now in use,
nud thnt a largo amount ot money could
bo saved by the reduction in price. The
books sold by the publishing firms have
no special virtues. They do not contain
any secrets of instruction which invest
thorn with supreme valuo. Of all forms
of literature, they aro probably the
easiest to duplicate. Kn'-h Stato has
educntors who are eapabh. preparing
a series of text-books which "11 answer
the purposing well as the present ones,
nt least to fnr as the public scIiooIb are
concerned. For somo reasons books so
prepared would be preferable to nny
other in point of adsptability to loeni
1 wants; and tho constant changes that
are now miit'e would be avoiuctl. llie.
subject comes directly home to every
citizen. We are now paying out large
sums in the aggregate jenr after year to
benefit a few firms; and this new pro
ject is intended to make their profits
still larger, at the public expense. Trusts
of all kinds are to be condemned on gen
eral principles, but this one has obnor
ions features thnt aro eculinr to itself.
When monopolistic rapacity is app. m
to tho me ins by which populr.roducati n
isdiffilbod it becomes an evil of tho most
pronounced nnd olTcniive description.
The jiooplo are not obliged to submit to
iniiosition and extortion in that rela
tion; nnd it is their duty todemr.nd pro
tection against it at the hands of their
Uators.
mmm
Dr.Sxl!'3CrSs??rte&'..
II..,.- -V.. ....... Itriicv L1
There is no reat-on in the world why.
..I...... .1.....I.1 !,.,,. nr. ....1. .ninit
till I uuili siiiiuiu itu.u t, '..... r.
contumo this season. In Taurus anil in
colors all sortsnnd conditions of women i
are catered to -nd all tohcs, from the
faintest ti.aiiotHspfst,nrodertly wrought
out so that the particular shade, 1 hat
the wise worn in lind-t b c Kiiin to her,
can bo gotten without any trouble. Thore
are plain colors Tor n woman who likes
sttilTs that are not c!i:ip:ciious.Tliore aro
spots bit; and little, pkiidn bias and
straight, and t-tripes of all widths and
kinds. Ilea little careful in dunning
your colors, nnd rememlier. that becauso
someliody tells how well ion look in a
costume of navy blue you must not con
clude thnt ever' blue thade is suited to
you, for that extremely tryinp. but very
leautiftil. one known as army, makes
tho avernce woman's complexion look us
yellow as a lemon, llecauso scarlet
mukes your hair look warmer and .jives
a deeper color to your eyes, it does net
follow that mtijjenta is suited to yon.
(Jcuoral rules do not apply to women
who aro notion-; if uot individual. Some
body snys that small bonnets are vni
versally becoiniutj. and jou, whoso face
is rather broad, whose nose is a bit re
trousse, put one on and believe you look
well. A bonnet, more than anything
clso, needs to be tried on, and although
ono may generalize and say lxinncts arc
1 i.1.ivi:Uo it .-nn no more bo asserted that i
1 bonnets aro ahvays lKM-oming than it
i So illat think out things before you ,
i .... .... . ,
Homo Jotirn:-!.
Color-.tilo Cities ami l-hifos.
This is the title of a liamiihlet just I
'. isKiied by tho jiassonser department of I
tho Chieao. Kock Inland & Paeifie j
Ifclihvay. It comprises CO pa;es of valu-
information, relating to uoino ot tne
principal cities and resorts of Colorado,
with Beautiful Illustrations of dif
ferent scenic views and localities, on-1
(raved front original photograph", and(
. which have never before np'-eared in any
I work of this kind. In tho two la-.t pup-1
pk-mentary paes. a carefully revised ,
j li-t is given of the leading hotel-, res
taurants, etc-in the" cities and plates
' described, with the names or their pro.
prictors. tho r:ite per day or week, and
the character of aei-miniodatiiuin pro
vided. Copies will be mailed free l ap
plicants in any part of the world, on re
tvipt of I cents each for pmtae. Ad
' dress John SotuiRtian. t'Sen"! Tn" & V.isy.
At- C. H.I..Y1'. Ky.t'hie-c... 111.
Kii'itttn .MAXiaeiu win onrniuir
the numU-r of ll.tr-v-r's V"-l;!y to bo
ji-ib-htd May 'lit thettrrj'-rt.!,' prep
aration Tor hi-4 I n.:!ui-i:ori of Kichard'
HI. TI rtiele uil! If aii-oiiipank'd
with an i'.lustri'.iou of tho ai-lor as s?n '
in the l:o-t aet of ths play tluritir the
...:i. is..!,.. I 'l'in- ilinstra-
tion is tho 'vigorous work of Kh-1.-i
. Ileminjs'toi).
-
Dissolution Xotitf.
Tl.e co-partnership heretofore ojistins
,ltlteT the lirm name of Injlo- i t.iuiclc.
( m muiun v.n, ..... , ,.
contintiinj; the bn-iness under the lino
HOW CAN I GET
that it Is do woDdrr jm an la toeh a brakes down
eo&dltloa.aail joavlll twpjnttlas von nn!ea
oa cma can your UVEA. ThU impcrtiot orna
m uii.rr
romftlr
ta out of order and yoa Btart can It b;
mini thoaa serer
Dr. G. McLane's Celebrated Liver Pills.
they will ratore yoa and flro Tlgnr and health to
tear whola tjiifm, nuktnz you atrcnj; and avU.
ttelyM aU a fax. and ttey tayaavo year lua
&akyourdraggbtCrti.a gcoiita
CELEBRA TED LIVER PILLS
until ter
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
aVliaokautibr Oo: J.i-in-ni mi-U In SI tVankk
USKIV0EYP0nSHFToERr1.B
fr? M YOU WAST
OMR 0
HASH BALLS
Vi ;-?-J'-:,J
If so, sciul $4.00 to ua for a
rear's subscription to The
Sportino Lifk, tlic largest
ind best base ball and general
porting pajx?r published, and
we will scu-1 you, pjst p.tid, one
of Spalding's genuine League
base balls. If you would pre
fer .seeing a copy first, drp us
jxstal. Addre.v
Tllii Si-OliTI.NG lAl:X Pl?. Co.,
Philadku'Hia, Pa.
Best Always tie Cheapest.
200.CCC Roses and Bulbs by
mail or express.
15 Monthly Hoses for 1.
11 (Scraniuins forl.(0.
llChrvsanthcmums for 41 jm.
12 Fuchsias tor 4I..
21) Verbenas for 81.W.
Jll flnlniis for ?UK.
Catalogue frc-- Invitation extenel
to nil
to visit the Urreiilioues when 111
tho city. Address,
HANS NIELSON,
ST. JOSEPH. MO.
Oroenhout-es. north city iituits. on tl-o
electric motor lino passing LTtuon lX-jHit.
Oh Yes ! " 0!i Yis !
I t HI e.ill -i!e and ilnsitml -netloneer
lntMr.e. All t.'ioe i:i 111 itl ol l!ie -niee-ef au
.tn-tionrer, V;i-e sivc n: a c.'.I. frrin te.e
i.nahle. K.C. I'.KXfllN.
1 ST. JOSEPH. MO..
'iSradu.tte f the Aim-rican Veterinary
College. New York.
tVi-tiCiiv. Hon llie Karn. ."M lVn-ii.e!
I Slrurl : rr M- e.iee. I ? I eli .H-l lii-
' idiollenl oSire No !'. 1 1-liKt lie ?io.
cirtMMiy maiim telrjiln v. rion 1 tiy a
tendtd In.
CURE
pSn-aaaeae ni reUere aU tbe tnnbUa
dent to a bUior t-to of taa a-it-n. auoh ta
Dlzzlnaaa. Ha' ro-ralno-a. DUtreaa txt
attteg!5lnu, ".-. WbUe thcttrcoaa
miiiiiTririlt uaaat' i. it bnnn rn '" """g 4
SICK
foaaaeaa. jet Oirta'a Little Urer TfOf M
aocaUy Tmluabla In Cosatlpatlon. carina and pra.
IMatdirstilaUtlietrOweaa. JlranUUi-yoaU
HEAD
'Itla they wottMbeataortpHodoaatotnoaa who
aaf.'sr from tbla dtatraaalna complaint; but forta
riui their iroodnaaadoaanot-ndhCT-atcoae
wocceUTUmwUl find tbaaa little pu-aio.
Suliwniny wayatbatUey wUl not be w
lls-todo-ritboattbera. Bat attar ill -trt-awd
ACHE
Tit the bsnt c to nany nraitotnbwtTS
weiakeonrtErertboMt. OBtpuIacuMlt-iliua
"rtiuito Urer PrrUtWToy rn-n tad
eery euy to take. Oseortwopula-aakaaaiMe.
Cbey are itrlcUy TegaUbla and do not rlpii oe
jurj-.bntby tbslrpsntleaetloapleaaa-rbo
naotbea. XnrUbiat2SontJ: fliefortl. Sold
tj d-nj-t ertrj-iba-e, or seat by zaau.
CARTER MEOICINI CO., Haw York:
SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SHALL FRiC
HENQEPi
109 &1II W.Hiath St.,KANSAS CITY.UO.
j n, o-lyBpeeUU-t ta ttt7wlolaalt-ilaf
OndatUiaSedianab OfwUyun'PnsUeo.
THE OLDEST IN ACE, AND UNCXST L8CATEB.
IX tl-a 19 a.-T-ra-Ti-
Aothorlxaa by the Btatew -raw
Cbronlc Na-roaa and -lpecial I.lj-
Zuau.i-al Dabllltj (Ja i ci
-.wvl X.mn OaMlllT.
VDiaoaad Biood.Ulcanand8r.Uiiia
rWerarr klad.aad Urinarr Viaaaua.
Oaraa eaaraawed or manor reiaaatd
Charsea low. Thou-anda cf caane
BaaaaaaaaaK M a.i
arT On taa
aaeaBawaw Chan
eataa. zperleneal
Eiperl
aaxanteMl to
are i ii . i"i.i-" ir..u -- .- f. , .
atorea to hare anrartaln rrewrlptloaa nHad. ri
Sr"r7orlnJ--ia-.ehal-aUDad. -i'.l"'"t,"
Trim bi.-n-i. Ptl'- at a brtanoat-elb
ktt-r ni eitrraae.ndlcltl-ea-t ererrahar- tnj
from Biteor brakaa. Htate loorc a-d aa..4
fortirm-; Con.olutToa tree aad oonMantlal. pa
aonullrorbylettar. jar ci: in .-.mr.- Errr male trso tbe aje ot
JSto'Sal.onldraadtbiariook.
RHEUMATISM
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CUBE.
A POSITIVE CURE
mrREZTT-UTIoat. SSOforanfl
caaatlilatr-atiaant f.llatocnreorl
Imp. I rrwlr 1 "'..ij iu.uu...i
. r n llntrloivirellcf:l
a fa- dr.a ro-uoraa Imr and Mia
7. Ain.. rinr-mnlftMl infilO 11
i-T'-' nd italamrmt ot case altb atamp tor Cu--nurr.
C-ll.ortddiraa
B.HEMDESO!l, 109 W.9rHST,KatuCin.lla.
OflPwf lhr
KKMVXw-l-
aaaw-w. I H
! wartf. Oat fVilUar.r-
aj.aule-rl, 1k4 n Inrtw1 Mt
aarr-rw-inwtvdrifE
taftK rtr--- rvb lr !!.
mWrnht. ! tVe wta Wtlli
tnuit MKtfr.ai mtvka Mtv 4
ttwrhnr A:iyaalaw?t4ei
fM.ni is M tbaytv oer r (
Cwh v r-11 jfr ie-.r.arw
UMl I ar"- Otr4 yraaj Tat ba-a.(ala-e
af fS- aJ Tra-nwaa
.
Jut tba mU w4 Of IW trT-
aartll. Ttmm fe37w hi r ret v'w k- tt--araH, af it I
-Ua.
r - Z w
. r-
hADTTDC
t
SOU
USE GHLY THE BZ?5T.
imp
AUCILKGS, Etc
' ial
ALL Kmbs.OFIWHlHBS.
8 Lr5mix5tJ ooVbKSclRftnssHSc
TANK HEATER.
A GREAT. SAVING
TO ALL CATTLE fCCDCRS. .aamV.
Stockaaaai what bar oaad nia
Heater aar thrjr weald not do
wlthoat them at any prloa.
Sectional alear below anowa IKrW
the flam anil imaka la cturlea
around under tae bottom, gt-lnc
arrrat rieavUna anrfaoe. INoaparka
leave the healer. Int will
Lilt from S to 7 day. Amy boy J-
oi.er.iae- Ho pruereealTe tanaer
em affunt tn be 1 without one.
IneaUcava man J"" wiaa
ouy oae.
com nm 20 to so m mt. -vsizei
4 atBD roa ciKcuiaa aao raieta.
Q. P. BENJAMIN St BRO.I
TARIFF UTEnATUnE FOS ALL.
i"-.- Vnaictw rrt;nTCriv.TrtrTT.Ktnn
.1 j ul ii'leli- a tciici Talulileerlcif 7ati!T
jik ::.:uf.t. Tliefe pre frcpar..! Kltli s rl
::i :ni i ! lie fact -nil -umiit- for I'r nee
!i.ej, riietlier In the lUIert't .f f.irin?,
i- i-rtta. lurirrbauu or' ji.t.'f-t!oti-l niciu
&nb is:ie cftlr-e-rl-st:;il- to I'ifea en-ir:.-:-.!
:r;ii!e lndn-tn.auil-Tei:U In-
ii- I.;:t:.lr fartp corapailjecs of wb-.-i.cimI
u? l:T:n. and Uitrn-supjrnt! -Ixr.Tlii-rtbe
iKUeSwcr rretrc:loii.
j y -Lvrli on j wii! 1m c-nt on rwirt of
it"t; :r ccniu c-rv;it " afets I-ivliif and
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Producing Long-Sfghtednits, & tMiatwj
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FLORAL GUIDE.
TV Pilw--r Fred Catalojue cX America, certain
t . c,i4-teli.tt V,c-ull. Flew-TJ. Bulla. --""-
j.r. M.ny new and rtesrnt aiaitration-.bandv.aie
toljr-.! pUi-a-toKinch-.aJidfnatir-ce- Special
Cash Priiea $tooe.oo ; aee Floral Guide. Ery
,,, h-. owt a foot of Ucd or cultitc a . jat
ttvRiM !ue a copy. Madrd cn rec-ipt af tocnts.
.t,irh ,mr-ict t-y b- d-doctcd frira firtl ; or Jar.
Abridged Caulogtiarrea. Pure StoefcJ. Full .
ure. Prices tow for Honest Coodf.
JAKES VI CK. BEEDSKAN, Kocieatar. K.X.
RECTANGULAR CHURNS
Aro Best and Cheapest.
ONE CHURN
I At ITtotrMte la any
town rrh-re we bare
Ino aarnta. If you
maYo botterorcbeeaa
I tend foruauicr-ueor
Creamery and Dairy
Ihnppuee. "-reamery
Outflta at reaaonablo
ratea. Eatlmateaanil
I plana for uuu-iinc
Crearn-ry furaLabed
freeofcharca.
B ATC HELD Eft EGO VMK wi.
936 N. Main at., at. i.oui. wo.
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