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rtEPUBLlQANS FUOOKINQ TO THE DDMOOnATIO 8TANDAHD. Writing ton. llfin, lnl. Mrwwlt, liMr. til iip-, VJhm ami llMmlrmlt if Oifiim of Mite I'fMHilHeiieo OtiMHat Hmtorte ImpWlnlUlii. Not a dsy i mum I hint Ibc press Id not called upon to record the fact that (ram n down to n aeon of prominent man who voted for McKlnley In 18M tiave aonsuneml llialr Intention of rat ing for Hryen nnd Stevenson tills year. Whlto tliara are hiiiohr these many Kold Democrats who voted the Itepub Itcan ticket fnur yenra ago, anil who are returning In tlitlr former allenl mice, there are still hundreds of life- long Itepublli-ans who have conalatent ly supHirled the Ileimlillcan ticket, ever since they reached their major-It)-. Imt who how Unit It Impossible n accept the Itepubllcan platform ailout Od at Philadelphia. Thi Hat InclMfle (main Ma anil pmfeealonal man. hank ma. educators, hletorlatia, Jurists mil the Ilka, anil In Itself presents n ferrl bla argument In favor of the IC uteris City platform and Ilia ticket unetln nted nt the Kanana City convention. The reneon Klvnn for their roiror slen by these recent additions to the Democratic rnnka ara many. The koIiI Democrats, who left the parly 'our years ago because of lla attltuda on tho mono quMtlon, deelnre tlwt Mil Iteuo la not the iwrainoiint nno In thla cirniKilRm that tho qtiaatlnna of Im perialism, tnllltarlim nml trusts an of iuimsntoly more consequence to 'he country, nml upon theae questions May cannot support the Ilepubllcan pity. Why They Hupjinrl Hryan. Tho many votera of foreign UWh who ate leaving tho Republican pnrty give as their reason for doing so thnt thoy nre apposed to Its policy of Im periullain. Many of them, itlao. ilirfar with tho present administration In r finnl to Its colonial pnllry. and believe that the constitution Is being Ignored In the conduct of the administration towarda Culm and I'orto Him. Still others give ns their reason fir coming over to Mr. Ilryau that tesy belle .s. In n crisis, the country wwild bt safer In his hands than In Clio hands of tho men who dictate Prosllont . McKlnloy's course of action. In tlow of tho continuance of the war In the Philippines nml tho complicated con rtltlon of affairs In China, thoy be lieve that there Is grave ilnnge" of n crisis to successfully carry this mn try through which will require u (War bond and mature Judgment, aucL' na Mr. llrynn possesses. Kx-8ocrctnry of Htnto Oluny tins written a letter declaring himself for Mr. llrynn and advising nil patriotic citizens to support the Democratic oaudltlntn. Mr. Oluey has nlwnya lieon nn expansionist but hns not oontuaeil the Jefferaonlan article with Imperial Ism. Ills announcement ciiine ns i bomb slirll Into the Itepubllcan ceuip. Itrrnt Nhiikh In III Vim. At the liand of the Hat of converts to Democracy alnce tht Kansas Olty ronvenilon stand such names as Vol ster Davis, late assistant aecretarj' of the Interior under Mr. MrKlnley; (1. U Wellington, senator from Mary land; Patrick Kgan of New York, vho was tnlnlater to Chile under Pissl dent llsrrlson; Thomas Went worth Ulgglnson of Host mi, soldier, hleto rain and litterateur; and a scorn of others equally as prominent. The He puiiiicana, in uieir iiMperatlon, are annoiinclug convex 'on after conver sion to McKlnley. sr.,. but they are uu able to present n Hat containing such a fo-midnble array of names of na tional reputation na the abovo. Webster Davis, who resigned his no sltlon an assistant secretary of the In tcrlor and cast his lot with thn Demo crnts, did so because be had visited Houth Africa and had become onn vlnred Hint the attitude of the present administration towards tho struggling Doers was un-American and unjust. llo had hrcn making speeches for tho Democratic tlckot ever since ho an nounoed his conversion nt tht Kansas City convention, and his work has boon tho means of changing hundreds of votos from McKlnley to Hryan. Farmer Lieutenant Oovernur Jones of New York, who waa an enthoelas tlr supporter of Mr. MeKlnloy In ISO! aays In announcing his change of sen tlmont: "I believe tho country would be safer, In the event of any possible crisis. In the hands of Mr. Hryan, f y man of unswerving llrimiees, lntag rity ami anility, man nutter the eon trol of Mr. McKlnley." Prank MoHHett. who. as the Hepub (lean attorney general of Ohio, eu forced the law against trusts as) dill penliy that tkay sought to bribe blm with half a million dollars. Ila Is out for Hryan now. Wrllt, Pttrgn ft Co. I'ritlilitiil. John J. Valsutlne, president of the Wells, Pargo & Co. JtXHreas, says "Ueltcving that betwsen the claims of freemen, that all men ara entllUd to cHl political rights, and the dogma M tyranny, that might make right there Is no middle ground. I favor the endorsement nt Hryan and Mevsnton and the straight support of tht Damn cratlc nominees." Kdward Osgood Drawn, a prominent Chicago attorney, aayat "I blleve i Hryan honaat. able and right on the only real lame ox the enmiialg(i. - support him because ! think opihmI Han to Imperialism my II rat poiltlea duty.M Slgmund Keialar, a prominent attar rnry of Chicago, says: ".Mcltlnlsy8 srrsgatlon of ineonatltMttOHal powers his yielding to alnMtor Ihhhshom. hi ronsunt wabbllHR. his b-jwcHUal rant. nllMl me with gradually Introas leg dlsKuat. Dryan's couraceous von- stateaey, his manifest sincerity, nil brilliant defense of the principles et self-government hare flllad me with InrroMlng admiration tnd conAdttive in Ills slateemaiifihip." William lllrney. aon of the old lib erly party's dead leader, has declared that he will support Hryan In the pres ent ramnaigH. (Ireat Srw York I'HMMflt. Hourke Oockran of New York, fa hi mis aa lawyer and orator, who baa been elaeaed m a HepuUllcan ever slHce hs made speeches for (leneral II. I", Tracy, the regular Henubllcan candi date for mayor of Mew York City In 17. Qenernl Hobert Avery of Kew York, n life-long ItepuBllcan. who aays: - My demtloq to the itrlnclplM of the He ptibllevn Mirty uught by Lincoln, lew an), Oreeley. Hummer, ('haa and others comHeis m to vote for Mr. Hryan." 1'. Terumeeh flherman of New York. son of the late (leneral W, T, fthw- man, who has served a irrm In the board of aldermen aa a Itcpublli an. 11c cannot longer atilllalr with a party that condones the Alger and other army trendate. Henry t'. Keenau. a wil know au thor, who wrote "The Mon-y Makers." U W. llaliercom, who was chl rf of the Itepubllcan national romminee Gorman bureau In the ismpalgo of tfS, leaves his party on thr laaus of irhperlnllani. It would ronulre several pag of t'lls paper tn piiltllsh the names vt all irromlnaut HopuhllFeiia In all parts or Oic country who nr jw working for te auceeea of Hryan. All this talk about teaching tha young Ideas how to ahoot ta only to en eOHrngo him to take a proper aim in life. i lljtilllt nt I'nrU. Tliere la n largo oxhlbll from Ihla country at tho Paria exposition which will prove vory Intoreatlng to all. but no more so than the news that the famous American remedy. IlostrttT's momach Hitter", will ctire dyapcpaln. indigestion and conatlpatton. To a'l sn Keren a trial la rerammendei). nth- ENEMY OF LAUOn. Theodore Itoowvolt now plat!. for tie vote of tho lnhnrliig man. On lubor Day ho stood upon tho tame plntform from which Mr. Hryan lookc nml said tileo tilings to tho "homy hunilml sons of toil.'' Mr. Htyan volreJ the lalmrlng man's complaint agaledi the Hepuhltcaii ilontrlne of "(Inveru ment by Injunction." and In a round about way "Teddy" rolml the same sentiments. Of oonrst), ttooeovelt Is In symiMthy with the laboring man I If- la opposed to "(lovernmont b In Junction" at least he says ho In; ho Is a candidate for vlco-preatdent now you know. There Is, however, food for thought In nn article puhllshtd In tho "Ilevlew of itevlows" for Sentem licr. 1810. and written by Theodore loosevelt. at that time Hot n oandl date for vlro-preeldout. In thnt nttl etc page JOS, Mr. Honeevelt eald: "Tho mon who object to what they stylo '(lovsrumout by Injunction' arc ns regnrdH tho ossoiiial prlnclploi of govornmout, lu hsnrty sympathy with tholr remote skin-clad nneostoro who Hvod lu caves, fought ono nnotlier with stouo-hefldml axes, and nto the mammoth nml woolly rhinoceros. "Tney aro Interesting as represent lug it Reolaglctd survival, but they are dangerous whenever there is the loast chance of their making the nrln tlples of this ages-burled Mst living fc-ctora In present life "They are not lu symimthy with rr-n of good minds mid nound chu mora Illy " A OANDID QONVKNT. The administration press baa tcn lly proclaimed the "eonvorslou" of Mr. Chavannea, editor of tho Des Molnen Olobe, a ItepubllcHii who voted for Mr Hryan on the money question lu 1801) Mr. Chavannea lias returned to th fold, however; has been olocted a Ho publican precinct chairman, and hi (taper advocates the election of M Klnloy and Konsevelt this year. In mi Interview with tho Omaha World lur aid. Mr. ClmvaunaH gives tho follow In K candid reasons for supiHirtlng Mc Klnlcy this yonr: "I am a Itepubllcan and I do not have auy faith In the Democrat! party. I nm giving the Republican uu tlonul ticket my support now for the reason "ml 1 believe tho election Mt-Klaluy menus Imperialism. Hy Im perlallsm I menu just what tho Domo crats moan when thoy call Hepubllcan Imnertatlala." lie Is aupiHirtlng MrlClnley because he believes In Imperialism; wants Im perlallsm; and knows what ticket to supiHirt lu order to get Imperialism A candidate who is getting converts because of their avowed belief In Im rterlallsm can hardly assert hereafter that Imperialism Is a "bugaboo.'' Home mnl nleep twelve hours, era frnir. VlMt for the Wiwrlfc Ko matter what alia you. hewdacha to a caocer, yon win never gi won until your bowels are put right. (!AtK'AltlOTJI help nature, euro you without a gripe or pam. prouuee easy rat mnvaMMitS COSt VOU lllSt 10 rents to emr getting yoor health bark CAVA RUTH Candy fauia r. i" eenuine nnt no in meiat noe. errrj tstdet hr.j C. c C. stamped on IL Ue- are .f tn" ' s Th u ntie oyster Is now being of feud up In Tlrkel MtIiIh. A d. Ulon ha lest been rer.derel by th" nierlr coon or Pentmylvanm which l "f geneml Interest throughout the cone 'ry It Is In r-.Tur 1 to I lie vaiuiuy legialatlon ag.itrmt rallrtMd ticket calptng. In the ense 01 me i. iini .umwesllh vs. Kear.v the court holits thnt the statute of IMS forbid Una the bt'atnera of ticket walplng la const I utlo; al. .ludgit lorter amply Justt ps his mmttlon that tho law la valid nml operative, lie holds that the act '.cnrtvts the . itiaen or no ngui se cured by rtth-r.lhe Federal or ntate oietltutlon: that It takes a way no otifc property wiiuoui nun pnreww ol law." It Is n police regulation whose object to prevent ininu The decision 'motes a report of tho Interstate enmmeree commission na fallows: "in whatever nspoet tlckot scalping may be viewed, It Is fraud ulent alike In Its conception nml In Its operations." Tho commission therefore, suporta the position of tho legislature. T'e decision of tho courts of other Atatee also have been favorable to the constitutionality of antl-sonlplng lawa. The one exception of Importnnco It that of the People vs. the Warden of the Prison, derided by tho Now York court of appeala In 1S08. Hut In thnt case, as Judge Porter points out, tho main point relating to srnlplni: was not Involved, aa what tho court up held waa the right of n duly consti tuted agent or one railroad company to buy and sell the tickets of other carriers. Oenerally, the court h havo taken the position that these laws aro Justifiable un the ground that they prevent fraud. This Is n reasonable Interpretation. It should bo the pur poeo of tho Htnto to put the sato nt tickets on common carriers on a basis that glvoa equal opportunity to all iwtrnns of tho railroads. This rulo of equality can bo onforcod only by restricting tho sale to tha accredited ngentH of tho companies. Ho far from any Injustice being done by this rule, It Is thn only rule thnt Insuros Jus tice. Kansas City Journal. IT Y0.U KNOW WhtaOU'RE. T&EM I When You Tnko GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic i hoonusa tho fonnuia Is plainly printed on onoh hoiilo, showing what It contains ImitatorH to not nclvertisi their formula, knowing thnt you would not buy their medi cini! if you knew its ingredients. Grove's contains Iron and (Juinine put up in correct proportion., and i in a tnstc 18 form. Grove's in the original TiuteleM Chill Tonic and any druggist who in not punning nn imitation will tell you that all other to-cnlled " imIcIcm" Tonic are imitation. Grove'. the onlv Chill euro sold by every druggist in the malarial ncctiomi of thn United States and Cuba thnt is guaranteed to cure any case ol malaria, chill and fever, or money refunded, Price 50 cents. r.DOVLS Uistclcss citHltunK lauHlli "in ffVl' MABlAOtlltVaii-- CCNTAINSHO m m QLt3hSSS1 II l Pi ' I Tvm NlliHit Mi(trniri. Itsnsas ('t'y Times: The aloofness of Thomaa II. Heed and llenjamln liar lison, the two brnver: aau moot ills tlogvlshed leaders o.' the Itepubllcan party, from participation la tho can vass for the re-eh Hon of William Mr Klnley cannot fall of having a telling iMtitteHce npon the action In the forth coming election of a very large no 111 her of voters belonging to that political organisation. Iiuiwrl ,Ulil l't Slut I'reanut. Cleveland Plain Dealer: Imperialism flrat destroyed the Homan retmbllr and then rained Home. Imperialism killed two republics In Frame and la waiting Ho opportenlty to asMtsslnate a third. Imperialism Is a menace to the Ameri can republic as It waj the destroyer of the sreat republic of ancient and mod ern Ruropa. Mow hut Nteady MiUia, Hoslon (llohe: The price of sugar hns been raised almost a wot a pound slnee May 11. In eight aiffereat ad vances. The only thing that ran be eahl In fjvor of the trust is that it 1ms apparently tried to break the had news gently. Many a woman, aide and weary of life, dragc ' down by woatccnlng (lr.ilns, .luful ir rutilarlttrs.daprss'.liiu, and the hundred and ono ailments width affect women only, hss found lu I'e-ni-ua n bright itar of hope, which has cTmnKcU her uttsery to Joy, her suffer ing to health. No woman need suffer from tho dernngameuU peculiar to her sex. It she will give Po-ru-tia a fair trial. Tlio majority of weaknesses which maleo woman's llfo a burden, soring from a slmplo cause. Tlio mucous mcmbrano which linos the wlvlo organs becomes weakened ami in f)amcl owing to strain, cold, overwork, etc. This causes catarrhal congestion, Inllntn motion, painful Irregularities, depression of spirits. Irritabil ity, weakness ami sutforing. It shows In the haggard lines of thoface, tho dull eyes, the sallow complcslii and angular fnrm. ' For th profit t ui of tu. h slt rasnt try IV iu n. Itdtitriawiiy "tbs tlui," ' Imn tha c. niplnloii, brlglium Ilia cbangss ibiii imijiluml ii.ndcurpini, twlir ami druln, t)ciiialt fuinia dUnly irlliOt ttio root of SHcb truublts end rtmovss tbs cause. Nothing Hin quite i4i) linirli ns to be deceit ci! I. h'iiiic one we loc A man l )" t le told he is hand some even if he thinks ho Is not. Tn 11 h.if 1. 111 kM tomb S I oww Haw. I II VMS I'mttll IU' Bt I lloui ". Ik ii art larrneM. sei. The fresb young man Is usually not worth his salt. Mr. Vlninw Smithing Hymn, emniilllwi,tlUMI''n.lr. iMwft liiu. I-ovo may be wittily won, but It Is not always easily kopt. rrlmlsy's Cillfsrnln Fruit flnm contains tit most dslleleiu qusllUcs of wter. iruui. Sixteen to one at the seashore means sixteen girls to ono man. OnlOHT'8 DISEASE CURED. I suffered from kidney trouble, which flnnlly became so aggravating that I was obliged to glvo up my posi tion which was paying ma 1100 per month, and I came to tho city for treatment, but after several months I was' worse Instead of bettor. I was ad vised of Smith's Sure Kidney Cure and 1 bought n bottle, and I nm now so woll that 1 shall return to tnko a bet tor posltlnn. My euro I regard ss al most miraculous. My wife was nlso suffering, and shn has been taking your medicine for n short tlino, nnd is so much Improved that alio already ro gards a cure for hor ns certain. J. 11. WItUillT, Clarksdale, Miss. Price SO eonts. For snlo by all drug gists. Tho man makes a and mistake who thinks It Is not worth while to bo po lite to waniPti. SAI.RSMHN WANT11D. Two hotiMt. reliable rotn ; eipsc tsace not nUso liiiei neaoniHtrr; salary wd tt (wmm MUd. o csbonwsTobttoeo WorktOo.. liedrord City. Vs. You would naturally oxiieot a roof panlen performance to be an olevated one. Sunlit I'e l!iciir.lHii. Kxciirslnn tickets will be sold ns fol lows on dates mentioned' St. I .oiils, Chicago ami Kansas City Kept. 30. Oct. 1 and 1. Kansas City Oct. 10 and II, account convention Christian church. Oalveston Oct. 8 and 10. neeoiint Orand Chapter ltastoru Star ami meal ing Scottish Hits Masons. Knnsaa City Oct. 1-1 and IS, aoeount cattle show and convention. l'or rates, limits, etc.. eall on noares' Santa i'e tlckot ngont. or nddross W. 8. KHHNAN, (1. P. A., (Jalvoston. A mint .und.iv preaches aennona of pidemnlty Id . Biti l'rTi l'iM ''ur for fonsntrtptton bn an l ihukm sad colrti J . UN V llursN, '1 rtniiv hprmas. Ind.. Iti. S. IMi A prominent druggist says that men use more hair dyes than women. Dyeing Is as simple ns washing when you use PLTNAMPAUICl.KB8 DY1S8. Too much of n good thing having seven Hlblee presented you at ono tlmo. A man frequently v lines n woman's oe the moxt when b- finds out some other man would ik to have It ! V.II.IOL5-1?eJ ff JB W UNION MAOBJ , IinDQDQ I ZZ 1 sj - . HO! FOR OKLAHOMA! Iiiijmi a. rtf new 'unit, lu iittrn in rfvtllMSCoL SabM-rtitf far 1I1K Klnw At IIII.V . l"irj InlnfW UlM Unilibr.a Unit, nm r. l W). HlafM tjjf,IOr. Mwtll'ir, n,li, It" lilu.irtud IhwX nn iikKlHiwt tl.n llumi inu m hhiiUV OSiSei alih Siir mi IL nl . ' tUpV.-. All .. i. ;y AddrrM pii I. Mi'rii. lvrrr.O. T. The rnf ttnrlti nt nur Mlt.OO nnil Nil. fill hiiesriminitrril nhli llirrniiikrla.00 lu O.l.Oit. t . i . ftrf.tl M.Ufl ti tl ItHi " vf nwi'.t 1 ui. t3 'i.i, U Ik w it tt tlti.tf I ,, .1 tm rt SI "0 I ' tlHVt lit. ttf bit F t- aur.iu,ax ii U.I U t or- lursbiuiipd iu miu, ue iV lawyer's Pnmmnl B UIIUOWI Slickers Wainnltd Wstirproot. Hwjf !arrll'ir llriiml ruiiuun eii. ki-m ftOuril eumiilHi iiruintiuii I.i l4.Ui riili r hihI m.Iw. MmIk huh Inns and Kt.li in Hi- klrt, In.urliiiCit dry ri Inr r hut Hatiiy .-.uirntni Into wnikiin .-.t Ittrrr nrnirnl v,nr. rnnlrd tTMlerproar. inxlcuwilc. If yiwr il-ir ili nvliiavr i;rr. oVK lur iirmiu, wins iji H. M. SAWYER A (ON Eut Cimbrltfgi, . Colt Mt$M$1) Mill. VffciP t Why do you pnr $1 (o i ?o for nines unrnjoit .rniHiti) w.li.iiotigiai sliom for 83 nim nrojuuns ROUII, I B . t S I J 1 1tM . T&SbltiSfs!: ...... WT ABSOLUTE M 'e if (I Wit IMMtrtfel tMl I Tho wett-1 oif m is In tr-ne Htei ehlB t uii'li Htt I ! ft iiihef sntkM. U.nt mailo ttwhts 11m tljrla SH-re bi Use toe- THE BEST $3.60 SHOE Ter dWr ilwml1 Hf ilkftti t wt K ossisieivo ooi7 in ears suwu. Ikt TlH l I SMfetV lr 4u re r 1 1 rtSr isisWl l tile Mitt in t. I hi hitt ihs r ejUlltii, lcit rM sf' r refesejl n4 ikm ! j ue tti4 t (Wv 'flUUmeil ll rl. THE BEST $3.00 SHOE. i il.iUr 'i'llkn MM HUe)llltf tniol Ml ftff W, Te tricfloiiWt viih tut ind frit t Hmpt4 tmj ittiMss t emr slesler wtit (.-nheiet fur )nej, mm wwlo SE CURITY, rf?, fnrll fme IV. M flffflu Mat fcl4 bfUsiKa it. eti.l Kfth. (4scB nt sJ (M. Our msesi wilt retell yn Riher. tmmf'Ul Jtt W, L. UUUUUS CO., Qrocllon, Mitt. rof s ttaPT ol Health and Beauty" AMrM Or I It ilmn, I'r rtltS.nt ol Ui lurt mn Ktnlliil ,n, t !" t nt. Ohio. The woman who doe not mind stretching her conselonen now and then will get It out of shapo. Don't spoil the sppesranf of your wsnliiiis: by utlng peor blue, uih Hu' HUi iilns liluv, tlit faineus bag blue. A physician says that n grout don! of men's stomach troubles Is duo to too tight bolts. lleilurril Hn'iir-lcm Unlet. Tho Hock Island Itottto will soil ro duccd rate tickets aa follows: Kansas City nnd Heturn Account fall festivities, September 30th. Oetobur 1st nnd 2d, one fare fur round trip. Account National Convention Chris tian church, one fare plus $1.00, Octo ber loth and 11th. Account Cattle-1 1 road era Convention. ono faro plus flQO, October 14th and 16th. Chicago and llsturn September Mtli. October, lit and Id. atte fore for round trip. UIIAI. 1). 8IX)AT, 0. P. A. Con u I no Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signature of 5 Pac-Slmlle Wrapper Below. Terr satmlt it ad as stay to take ns sagar. .CARTERS m rOHHEAOACHCs rOR DIX1IHUS. n)R BILIOUSNEtS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. rOR SALLOW SKIN. FORTH COM PIE JIOH .,, . UMTfVlMU WIIWrtlllMMI, tit? Ptmtrr TsfstaMsvd Hnutr lUnkt llnliimli with Numitier fluwert And the days are always eool In Colo rado. No audi combination of restora tive resorts can pessluly be fonnd aa in cool and comfortable Colorado. Manltou, Colorado Springs, Huffs lo Park Kiowa lnlge, Itomanitc Platte Canyon. Hbawnce Lodge, oulh Park. uisei ration si camera mi Antonio to lolnrudo iprltigs, Pullman palace leepi r Ualvsston to Denver. You don't havo to apologUe for riding on "the Hcnver" A. A. Qlieeon, O. A. P. D.; .'horlea L. Hull. T. P. A.; W. Y. 8ter Icv. A U P. A.. Port Worth. Tex. P H -Hay fever cannot thrive In the mr reused deep and pure breathing of the air from snow-capped mountain peaks in Colorado. A celebrated photographer says men aro fussier when they have their P' I'irrs taken than women CURE SICK HEADACHE. s4 aw ItWtV.a - MeetseMsJI 1 ift'r.ii Magnetic Starch t Tlie WMder ol Hie A4e NaDollIna Ko Cooklsg It Stiffens the Goods It Whitens the Goods It polishes the Goods It make sll iinntnii treth and erlsp s slim tlrtt iMiiiKht ntw Try n Bnmplo Pnoknso Vou'll Ilk It tf you try IU You ll buy It if yu 'yi!t' You'll uu It If you try it. Try old by sll Orectrs. nDnDCVH" DISCOVERT! Sifts UltVr O I qukkrtiitrtiHisurctwijrti etui, liaakttU.UBMtiltiiisil la Uilt'trtttsitBt nn, in, u. u. cttvi win, i t, itu.u, c ! OPIUM WWXISL'. tturluw lriiiutni i.k uid tntiulirt rllKK. II. SI. WOOI.IIY. II. t.. Altmitu, Us. I Viico Answering AdveitUcments Hindi Mcotloa This fa per. I W.N. U. DALLAS. -NO.4Q-06o ituumnauuHMHwrmtminiwi I iaaaf MOaMSb oiuwiniiiiwiiHiMiwiitimi H ILLS CAN BE CURED wnlioiit ovrrloadlns your iTtletn with ijlll nim. or wiiiioni in m m imtiy. Litter medl. ciui', timi luiiirvtiuiir tioiuuiti aud tbruws our j nielli out of order. CHILLI FUGE will do IL It l a psrfeet sulMllluUi ft f)Hl liiim, Kuit Is at pUNUsiH lo uk a umnfc syrup, it li susranloMl in prtoNptly cat C'h i lit aa4 favor, anil Hit mlml leottMoa, or yiwr inuuvy rafuuilaU. Itu't It worth a IrisIT 1'rlmi SO eeatt. Hold eteryHbsre. IVmHHl ly Flslli. Okkl & Co.. Hi.. Htm Orltisi. Lc, iiuuiwmiumuimmuuuiuiiiiiuimiuiiiiiiiiiii..iu.mu..ii...umi...,.......,L, ,, j LOUIS ERHARDT WINCHESTER QUMs CO., Atohlesorit Knnss. I 0UN8 illbtr Rll Ing Poubi uum sss ' Lt r f li reut. W " i sn tTB t Hlllej, Kctolieri, Amncnliion and Sporting Ossdi si i rr era sbTe tii tory po1 We buy sll coeds UUnbtUlOlVf. nJliUW i'l IIH-IHW, HHWUHIWini i n.on. t Kuw utbe Ih.di ihiwhou- Will St Ones. A dlrtv from ticlorj- uur Cun csutslus. ki lipu nil tmlies, msueu M it' t. nuitDHTB Ti unilKli-T AUW 1 1 iUO D l.D'l 112 MUn-Vflllt IIURCL A 14 Nt AmMiMs Mtkt 71 Cstlbsr Itltt. our priests. IB. It Ntw Stmni tt Ills, sir mic 12 RO.IJ Uierch toitinj llnalt Cun.U Oieurtnci 4 40; l4bi It Cun. ftp tuts, liicKmt Hidt Figure f Ut. tl Cl . 17 70 tttnlh'nfl tlit nmt Anmunltion st L oBH Thnrt WJ li o I c m 1 e f J r I c e t briith lu (KtMilltn, o All,