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OF LA GRIPFE. rHB after-effect* of the grip are often disastrous. It I. known to the medical fraternity that the and complication* which follow the grip are apt to be more serious than the acute stage of the disease. mon “nous Some people have the grip very lightly. They maybe confined to the house only a day or two and yet a long train ofdlsagreeable. disabling symptoms to low. All sorts of tonics and stZnulmini remedies have been devised to meet this condition. None of them can compare In results with Peruna. Every one who has had the grip ought to take a short course oi Peruna. Read what the following people have to say about It. Washington, Feb. 4, 1899. The Peruna Medicine Co.. Columbus, O.: . Gentlemen—“l j iave taken peru ! | na now for two ;» weeks, and find I ; am very much i relieved. I feel i; that my euro i will be perraa | nent. I have ;, also taken It for i; la grippe, and ; take pleasure in i; rccommen ding Peruna as an ex- Congresaman Howard, cellent remedy to all fellow suf ferers."—W. Howard. Congressman Howard’s home ad dress is Fort Payne, Ala. Grip ProdarM Catarrh. Henry Dlstln, the Inventor and maker of all the band instruments for the Henry Dlstln Mfg. Co., at Wil liamsport, Pa., writes: 1441 South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa., May 6, 1899. Dr. S. B. Hartman, Dear Sir: —"I write to Inform you that I had a bad attack of la grippe last December which lasted more than three months and which left me with catarrh, when several of my friends advised me to try your.wonderful medicine, Peruna. 1 began with a bottle the first week in March and it certainly did me a great deal of good. I was so well satisfied that I purchased another bottle and followed your directions, which you furnish with every bottle, and I am glad to say that it has cured me. I shall certainly recommend the Peruna to all my friends.” D. D. Wallace, a CRIP charter member of the International Bar- CAUSED ber’s Union writes HcnvnilC from 15 Western ave., Minneapolis. Minn. DYSPEPSIA. "Following a severe attack of la grippe I seemed to bo affected badly all over. 1 suffered with a severe backache, indi gestion and numerous ills, so I could neither eat nor sleep, and I thought I would give up my work, which I could not afford to do. "One of my customers who was greatly helped by Peruna advised me to try it, and I procured a bottle the same day. I used it faithfully and felt a marked Improvement. During the next two months I took five bot tles, and then felt splendid. Now my head is clear, my nerves are steady, I enjoy food, and rest well. Peruna has been worth a dollar a dose to me." — D. L. Wallace. if you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna , write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement oi your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman , President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. mmWiNCH ESTER Wmwm GUM CATALOGUE FREE Tells ill About Winchester Rlflas, Sktgus, nd Asuiilttoi Send name and address on a postal now. Don't delay if you are interested. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. iBo WINCHESTER AVENUE .... NEW HAVEN, CONN. W. L. DOUGLAS /T~V $3 ft $3.50 SHOES K Tbe real worth of W. L. Douglas •3.00 and §3.80 Hi shoes compared with other makes la 94.00 to 93.00. Pv J, J V CU Oar 94.00 Gilt Kdgo Line cannot bd equalled at any I. .1 A price. We make and sell more 93.00 and 93.50 shoes t L/ than any other two manufacturers In the United states- j TUB REASON more W. L. Dourles S 3 sod U.Y) abort si« cold J) thißUjrallxrmdilabNiaMTHKY ASKTUE HKMT. Tour dtelsr should keep them iwe glee one deelrr exclusive asle In each town. mgr Jk Take no suhatltnlr t Insist on haring W. L. Douglaa show wltn AwßßMm^ aamaasd priessteraprd on bottom. It jour dealer will not art «hrm for you. sand dlrrrt to factory, enclosing pries and *so. extra for carriage. - / l<sa99w. BUta kind of Irathsr. anr. and width, plain or cap lor. Our ahora will W ■■■ •- r»»ch you anywharc. Write for c«la/.vw shounno nnr Hubs. We sae Fuat Color TV. I- Uoujloa Shoe Co., Kyelets Ist aU our ahsaa. Urucltton, Maas. This is NO HUMBUG ABSOLUTE J Maoa jpa Three perfect Inatm- m ■■■ / iuentaln one; gaguca a luelf; haabean teat- T'frVfiy >» OCOIID TV /Hr* 1a Isv.fH.v otuUnl ITi L i.MV - , AJ/M\ Tentahoga of silages R |f 9Vl a f/f%\ from rooting forever FIS 9* and seres twenty-Are WwE I[■ 11 bushels of corn out . mwi W If Of one hundred in (2611111110 “lf n fattening them. It nwmmw \ ft 111 la the only perfect \ gf marker for all kinds ■ W of stock ever In- w w aai■ mm w rented, makes forty-eight different market and Is the ■ V I 9^ inly humane calf dehorner In existence. k V I ww PRICE, 91.90. Send tor circular and testimonials, or send me a One Dollar 9111 In a Letter and TRY It. If am • a j 9 W •• 11 M too find the above statements to be true, klrnlly tend ■ IF\ I IYTAT* be tbs remaining fifty cents lu stamps. If net. do fjILLID ljl VUI X lAllJ a aet sand a cant. This la no cheap thing and Is •**•»•* worth 9100 to any Farmar. B. J. BRICHTON, Fairfield, la. Must Soar Signature of fcjL 1 * Fnr IS CMhj Woman tbs knowing rare aosd Dev.lllas. £ee PaO-Stmlls Wrapper BaiOW. K >1 1 pkg. 8100 Blood Tomato Seed, 9 .11 » * ** kortborw Uses Seed, .lb If A I 1 •» lus'i Favorito Ooi.s Seed, .lo Vwy snail sad as easy ■/ ITI g I•* EaereM drees lursaberSeel, .10 4.«>Vaaaaa«& I IMJ 1•• City (isrSes Beet Seed, .1# *• tUMA mm smfu. Bh rll 1•• IS-Der Ksdlsh Seed, .10 . nr I / fj a•• lax. fasrfcet Lotto*. Bead, .16 V- FOR lIAOACHEe ■ A I worthiMoo"*’ CARTERS roadoziness. lil 2S£££?£SKS6 BiiTTU ™ amoumt*. I I Ulu.tr»ii:d So. j ('aiatog, trlliDg 11nlilrb fortobpidlives. I ■ I ■ Uiff roa constipatm*. LlWk, U rt m raa sauow skis. vm, vim sa^. u iSJinJ!!s-T.;sias: ■■■_]«« mcosruxio« vwwm wywr| a CURE SICK HEADACHE. HtTinds mm You n>n rcnlfnt. The heart of Colorado a choicest fruit k,„w »h«t Mr ?fin«lo nil Id .nd K-nl»l: nln.d.l P.M.I . TT .....Uiinf Idchl altitude: one thousand acres of the you’re planting Scoatfrott land*; sold in lota u» suit home aeek- When you plant »ra Average alr.o of fruit fitrtne— from Ove to ten Ferry’a Seeds. If you acres; ,011-r!che«Biounta'n wnb-nß^auitlble; m th“P i«l* !<» <“'t H »i'id In'i'i’Ct 1* in T'dlclt. d; writ, for bnium. Take no chnnc - "“"SATKn. Cnon ultr. Colof-10. Fen’. Denier, trmrj- 1_ _ J as* mv. „„ Washington. April 24. 1000. The Peruna Medicine Co.,Columbus 0.: Gentle m e n—• ’ "A bout two months ago I was taken obUged to go to results and was! | _iL9H f LWJ able to leave my , wr<»v^ e< snd a a Franc «» M. Andersoau week, and re gained my usual strength very soon. I have nothing but the highest prmiae for Peruna and recommend it to those similarly afflicted wherever I ceil"— Frances M. Anderson. Grip Poisoner! Her Blood. Mrs. T. W. Collins, Treasurer of the Independent Order of Good Templars of Everett, Wash., writes: "After having a severe attack of la grippe I continued in a feeble condi tion even after the doctor called me cured. My blood seemed poisoned. "I also suffered with dyspepsia, and had either to starve or suffer from what I was eating. A neighbor who was using Peruna praised it so highly that she Induced me to try it, and I soon found this was what I really needed. ”1 could soon eat my regular meals with relish, my system was built up, my health returned, and I have re mained In excellent strength and vigor now for over two years.’’—Mrs. T. W. Collins. Miss Alice Dressier. of 1313 N. Bryant ave., CDID Minneapolis, Minn., OHIr writes as follows con- LEFT HEN cerning Peruna: RRAIfPM "Last spring I suf fered from la grippe DOWN. and was partially ' cured, but the bad after-effects remain ed through the summer and somehow I did not get as strong as I was before. "In the fall I caught cold after get ting my feet wet and attending a lec ture in a cold hall, and suffered a re lapse. Catarrh of the throat and head followed, and as I was in a weak con dition physically previous to this, it took but little to break mo down com pletely. One of my college friends, who was visiting me. asked me to try Peruna and I did so and found it all and more than I had expected. It not only cured me of the catarrh, but re stored me to perfect health.” —Alice Dressier. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Patrick K. Donahue, publisher of th« Boston Pilot, died March 18th at the ago of nluety. The British government will not land any more troops at Capetown until the bubonic plague subsides. The President has appointed Fred erich B. Coyue, now collector at Ghl cago, postmaster of that city. The Pennsylvania Salt Company Is contemplating the erection of a $9,000,- 000 plant at Wyandotte, Michigan. A Hague dispatch says that Ilenri Rochefort is organizing a big lottery throughout Europe in aid of the Boers. The military authorities at Capetown have approved the invention of a Max im gun mounted on a motor car for immediate service. The Maine House of Representatives has refused to re-submit to the people the prohibitory amendment to tho con stitution. Memphis, Indiana, was almost total ly destroyed by lire March IStli. Only ten houses remained and scores of families arc homeless. Loss, S‘JOO,OCH>. Andrew Carnegie has offered $30,000 to Kewanee, Illinois, for a library building, a site to l>c furnished anti $5,000 a year for maintenance guaran teed. Professor Frank A. Fetter of the economic department of Stanford Uni versity, has resigned. lie was not in sympathy with tho removal of Dr. Ross. A colony of 100 negroes recently left Knoxville, Tennessee, for Hawaii un der n three-year contract to the Ha waiian Commercial and Sugar Com pany. Andrew Onrnegle has offered li brary funds as follows, subject <o the usual terms: Moutclair, New Jersey, $30,000; Charlotte, North Carolina, $20,000. The House of the Texas Legislature has adopted a resolution inviting President McKinley to visit Austin and addres the Legislature on his southern tour. Kx-Presldent Cleveland celebrated his sixty-fourth birthday on tho IStli instant, at Paterson, New Jersey, with Ills wife and children, uud entertained many callers. F. E. Johnson, secretary of the law department of the University of Mich igan, will accept the judgeship In tho Philippines recently tendered him by Ihe President. ! The expense In connection with Queen Victoria’s funeral amounted to $175,000, of which $57,000 was expend ed in the housing and entertainment of I foreign guests. | Among Andrew Carnegie’s recent li brary fund donations use the follow ing: Ilempstcd, Long Island, $25,000; Perth Amboy, New Jersey, $20,000; Canton, Ohio, $50,000. On the night of March 17th, lire de stroyed all of the buildings in the block hounded by Fifth ami Sixth ave ; lines in the Armourdale district of | Kunsas City, Kansas. Nothing is known in any quarter of I Constantinople of the report, circulated in the United States by a news agency, of the alleged massacre of GUO Mace donians by Turkish soldiers. Mr. Carnegie has given an additional $20,000 to tho Atlanta library bearing ids nnine. This makes Mr. Carnegie’s total appropriation $145,000. The li brary will he dedicated early iu May. I John Henderson, the negro who out raged and murdered Mrs. Younger at i Corsicana, Texas, was burned at the j stake on the 13tli instant, in the pres ence of a mob of rnoro than 5,000 per , sons. George Cadbury, the chocolate manu facturer. has presented to the city of Birmingham, England, an estate of 41(5 acres, valued at $900,000, ui>on which to build houses for the working . classes. | The Cottle Racers' Association of Texas adopted a resolution earnestly recommending that Congress preside an assistant to the secretary of agri culture lo have charge of tin* livestock interests of the country. } Nothing since the World’s Fair at Chicago In 1893 has elicited the wide spread interest that’is manifest in the Pan-American Exposition, which is to lie held in Buffalo, from May 1 to No vember 1, 1901. The famous Algodoncs land grant, embracing 35,000 acres of rich land, near Tucson, Arizona, was thrown open to settlement March 18th. There was a considerable crowd In Hue at tho laud office and several hundred loca tions wore made. The hill appropriating $1,000,000 for the Louisiana purchase world’s fair at Bt. Louis, with Senate amendments in corimrntlng an emergency clause mak ing the money available at once, passed both houses of the Missouri Legisla ture. Herron Liebkrnn and Book, Social ists, were recently elected president and vice president respectively of the united diet of Snxe-Coburg and Gotha, the llrst German parliament to choose both presiding officers from the Social ist party. Doctors Robin and Binet of Paris claim to have discovered that the com bustion of oxygen is much more, ac tive in persons with a tendency to tuberculosis than in healthy persons. They can, therefore, foresee a coining attack and take measures to prevent it. Three proofreaders were burned to death oil the 15th Instant in a lire that occurred in the seven-story granite building of the Boston Daily Adver tiser mid Record. They were J nines Richardson of Boston, Judson Craft of Cambridge find Walter Luscombe of Salem. President D. S. Jordan nnd Dr. O. P. Jenkins of the physiology depart ment of Stanford University have been deputed by the government to gd to Hawaii and superintend a year’s In vestigation of the ilslies nnd fish laws of the Islands. They will he accom panied by J. K. Overman of Stanford and by several eastern scientists. The announcement Is made by the officers of the New York district of the International Association of Machin ists that meetings of machinists will be held in nil the eastern cities to prepare for the nine-hour demand of the ma chinists. which goes into effect in May. A feature of the demand, which will affect 100,000 machinists. Is the fact that it'is made in behalf of the nun union as well as the union machinists. Governor Odell of New York has signed the hills passed by the Legisla ture imposing a tax on insurance com panies anti savings hanks of one per cent, on their suplus earnings. The Insurance tax is of one per cent, on the gross a mount of premiums received during the preceding calendar year by domestic companies. A tax of five tenths of one per cent, is Imposed on foreign fire nnd marine companies. Fraternal and co-operative Insurance companies ore exempted from tax a- Uoa. - - ODD USES OF INDIAN CORN. Mmjt Foo4a War* Mad* of It at IMNita BspoaiUoa. At tbe Paris exposition there was a little showcase wherein were displayed the more Important Indian corn prod ucts of this country. They made an amazing display. Including the follow ing articles: Corumeal. hulled corn, hominy, cream of maize, granulated cormueal, canned green corn, canned hulled corn, nialze na, samp. degermiunted samp, cream meal, self rising pancake flour, quick malt, brewers' grits, husks for mattresses, celluose for packlug the cofferdams of battleships, paper stock-prei»ared from cornstalk, degerm Inn ted brewers’ meal, bourbon whisky, alcohol, bolted corn meal, hulled corumeal. feed of ground blades, stalks and cobs, varnish, cob pipes, corn lager beer, table syrup, popcorn, table grits, British gum, salves, laundry starch, table starch, frmuentum, flaked hominy, gum paste, corn oil, vulcanized corn oil, oil cake, grape sugar, gluten feed, glucose and confectioner’s paste. Corn oil vulcanis ed forms the basis of a substitute for rubber. THE YOUNG FATHER. Emotions That Overcome Him Ara Exper ienced bat One*. When the average novel writer wishes to describe a set of emotions for which he bos no appropriate name,' he usunlly refers to them as being "mingled." and this, perhaps, better than anything else, reflects tho condi tion of a man when he llrst becomes a father. Coupled with the feeling of Intense pride that comes to you as one of the ' interested" parties lu such a momen tous event, is the kindred feeling of utter insignificance you also have, which acts as an antidote. After !>elng ordered out of the room by tho doctor nnd the trained nurse you wander aimlessly down a Bide street, although you cannot for the llfo of you tell what there is to be ashamed at—and ns you approach your office you grow more nnd more uneasy. And yet, while there is guilt written all over your face, there wells up in your heart a veritable fountain of in tense egotism, which is Immediately on tap to the first moment of confidence. But nil things have an cud. At the end of n month, while you are at your desk at profit and loss, someone comes in. slaps you on the back and shouts: •'Well, old man, how Is the baby?” And you reply absent-mindedly, "Oh, he’s all right.”—-Life. Lasting QuiaUtlr* of Wood. The Navy Department recently con cluded some tests lor the purpose of demonstrating the lasting qualities of wood used iu warships treated with the fireproofing process. Samples tak en from the torpedo boat Winslow were employed in the tests. They had been in use for live years. The report showed that the wood had lost none of its anti-lire qualities. A Strong Man*. Hecrot. One of the strongest men recently stat ed that the secret of his wonderful power was perfect digestion. Hostetler's Btom nch Bitters makes digestion perfect, and cures nil complaints arising from u weak stomach, such as Indigestion, biliousness and all liver and kidney ailments. As a blood purifier and nerve tonic It Is mar velous. It is recommended by physicians, and sold by every druggist In the country. Try It also for malaria, fever and ague. Cuba may also think we are not capa ble of self-government, but Cuba has not got the drop on us. There are a groat many Remedies, but thero Is ono CURE for a poor com plexion: that Is Garfield Tea which cures by purifying the Blood, thug Re moving the Cause. To aid sweet friendship’s flow. Tell freely whnt you know; Hut. lest the x«-st should pull. Go ere you tell It all. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Thai Contain Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely tit*range the whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on Srescrlptlons from reputable physicians, us tho uinage they will do K tenfold to the good you can possibly derive f nun them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & t 0., Toledo 0., contains no mercury, nnd Is taken ■ Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get Ithe gonutno. It Is taken Internally, and made In Toledo, Ohip. by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by I)ruB«l»t». lift. ” per bottle. Hall's Family Fills are tho best. A Kansas editor says: "Plano playing Is not music; It Is a bad habit.’* A Chi cago editor responds that some of It In Chicago Is a crime. Pain relieved, sickness prevented, by timely use of Wizard Oil. Keep it al ways in the home. A Missouri man recently offered a high-grade pug dog In exchange for a fresh Jersey cow. The reader can frame this Into any kind of u Joke ho sees fit. The Rcmnrkablc success of Garfield Tea, tho great HHIIII cure for constipation and Sick Headache, is duo to Its health ful action on all tho digestive organs. "Woman Is too prone to Jump at con clusions.” "Yes. and lately she hus been Jumping at them with a hatchet.’’ Dyeing Is as simple as washing when you use PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. "What a secretive fellow your book keeper Is!" "Yes. his own wife haa never learned his middle name." TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Uiiomo Quimne Tablets. AH druggists refund the money If it fulls to cure. K. W. Grove's tdguuiure Is on the box. 25c. The first kiss Is a good deal like a cin der In the eye—lt is it little thing, but It eccms llko u whole lot. Bave money by using Russ’ BleacKTng Blue, the famous bag blue, each package equals 25 or v* w. ~-nrth nf any other. "Miss Ring Is such a cultured girl." "Why do you say that?" “She can be so rudo’ln the politest way you ever saw.” When You Huy Ink get Carter's and you will get the best every time. "Inklings" free. Carter's Ink Co., Boston. "What did that Kansas woman want?” "She wanted a hatchet pocket put In the side of her seal coat.” Primley’s California Fruit Gam eontalns the most delicious qualities of western fruits. The only true social levelcr is the spell ing match. Plso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken tf S 9 • cough cure.—J. \V. O Hkien. 3£J Third Av&, N.. Minneapolis. Minn., Jan. 8. IMKX It Is reported of n celebrated linguist that he has mastered fourteen different tongues—but neither of them Is his wife's. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing lyny. Tor children teething, softens the gums, redness ta flnmmatloo,allayspein.cures wladcollc. tDcabottlo To remove paint from a wall, back up against It before It gets dry. FITS ■'•nseeeettyCurrd. Xolu cr nervoeinies She Int day's «m oi Dr. Klins's Greet Nsrve Restorer. Send for FREE 94.00 tnel nettle end tree Use- Da. R. H. fcUas.Ltd..S3l Arch KL Philadelphia. Pa Mr. Swelhed—Did you ever hear the story of the ass that brayed? Miss Cut ting—No. do tell me— l’m aura It moat be a personal experlenoa. Nervous Prostration. A Noted Boston Woman Describes its Symptoms and Terrors.—Two Severe Oases Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. “ I am so nervous! no one ever suffered as I do 1 There isn’t a well inch in my body. I honestly believe my lungs are diseased, my chest pains me so, but I have no cough. I am so weak at my stomach, and have indigestion terribly, and palpitation of the heart; am losing flesh; and this headache and backache nearly kills me, nnd yesterday I had hysterics. “ There is a weight in the lower part of my bowels, bearing down all the time, with pains in my groins and thighs I can’t sleep, walk, or sit, and blue —oh goodness 1 lam simply the most miserable of women.” This is a most vivid description of a woman suffering with nervous prostration, caused by inflammation or some other diseased condition of the womb. No woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection of misery when there is no need of it. Read about Miss Williamson’s ease and how she was cured. Two Bad Gamma of Morvoua Prostration Ourod. “Dear Mrs. Piskiiam ; I “I had nervous prostration was suffering such tortures terribly, caused by female from nervous prostration that weakness. I suffered every life was a burden. I could thing; was unable to eat, not sleep at all, and was too sleep, or work. After a while weak to walk across the floor. I was induced to try Lydia E. My heart was affected so that Pinkham’s Vegetable Com often I could not lie down at pound, and I really began to all without almost suffocating, improve on taking the first I took Lydia E. Pinkham’s bottle. I continued to take Vegetable Compound and it the medicine, and am now worked like magic. I feel that better in every way, and feel your medicine lias been of in- like a different person. lam estimable benefit to me.” simply a well woman.” Miss Adei.r Williamson, Mas. Della Kiim, 190 N. Boulevard. Atlanta, Oa. Marienvilie I _FR. Amdogo an REWARD.-Ws have depot I tod with the National City Bank at Lynn. ffIOOO, y II flliil which will be paid to any person who can find that the above testimonial letters QJUUU Rfnd, ,-c.nl .lamp fur Aluminum Comldti.d Comb .nil r.p»r C'otl.r to WIMin tTOKTH-WALI.ACIC t’OI.I.KOK, Denver. CONSTIPATED OLD AGE Meant misery on the eve of life. Nine out of ten old people are constipated because the muscles of their intestines have become weak, worn out and flabby. Constipation > s the curse of old age, causes bile and acid poisons to remain in the blood, making *b e skin yellow and wrinkled, the eyes It bleary and causing the "bones to ache.” ill/' i the bowels strong, healthy and regular J(| - and old age loses all its terrors and wcak \'4c f! nesses * No reason why grandpa and f/ grandma shouldn’t have bright eyes, and owl ■'ll / clear, ruddy skin and feel lively and active, IZUr olm'Mlf? if they will only keep their bowels open and vigorous with CASCARETS CANDY QlfV CATHARTIC, the greatest bowel tonic fll \\W | l\isi ever heard of. Try them to-day—a 50c ,v \ ~ ij) box—a whole month’s treatment —and find * ' that the tortures of constipated old age are LIVER TONIC 25c! all druggists. SOLD IN BULK. CURE GUARANTEED |®M Mas after MUuJlrar troafcla, fallaw MapUitoa riattar aedMn la tta iwM. '«ii aad dlsslaus. Whia year bewela dea*t Hare raga* mat mrlkMl mmr teak aalasalal w» Uva ala wad Imrly yea are fattlac alck. CcaatfoatUa k&Ua aaara «rui lyyaatea4 a Denver Directory. SADDLES and HARNESS 2sr , “f as^aaa: mm Latiatr Sim*. Uawr. Oalora— Violin itrlßA. wtta Me a ant, gw* (yHPPIR tf«: Maadullo nrlagi kIM, Vy*'* l ' Onllnr airlnan. wine tteipiao. L. BUSCHBMBBBU A 001. J» mu SA, Daw, TUB COLORADO TKNT A AWNIMQ 00. Bakan a OeubaU, Brea. Laraast auafMWrm la tke Vim. Writ* ror oni’l’g. 1417-SI Lawman* *l, Pnaran TBOWS, TRUNK, THUNKS. !aX,'XZ£ anlanad retail. A.B. Meek Trank A Bag Co., lam Oxford hotel, "jssr MODERATE PRICKS. C. M. Morn, Miiifir. block fromdepot HERMANN H. HEISER, Manufacturer of FI mt-Class Stockm's Salilts ni linns. 1530 Ulakn Bt., P. O. Dos 510. Danver, Cola B. E. BURLINGAME A COj assay omcE«ar.‘o M^n* Jte t eblUkediaColorado. ISM. temple* 7mO« will re^v^^ojagtnad^enrfWjUlianaJ CaaartmiH Ttilt-**"^?”^** 1 ifse-iise u.rm i st.. ln,B», RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold Ml Oold and Mlm..JkH Lead -60 | Oold.silver.cupper lit Maple* by anU receive peeapt atteatloa. Blch Orel and BalUom Beagbi OCDEN ASSAY 00..^?^ Irrigated Lands in Idaho. Beat Water Supply. Low Prlcea. IDAHO COLONY CO.. 'SZ^ViJSr $25 to California. From Colorado Point* Tues days to April 30. Through Tourist sleeper* to Baa Francisco and Lob Angeles without change; also chair car*. California offers the bomeseokef productive lands, perfect climate, good markets. Santa Fe Route Address J. P. HALL, Central Agent, A., T. A 8. F.. Denver.