Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, September 28, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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' IN MAM GIliEFTAIN.
XlTSirittf. i. .
.. gyttT t " ; "i"Wmt;
VlRITA . iKMAN TRKRITOUY.
HUKUOHT ALL TMK WAV.
HiwUMwe Jwitshl ths? rowt In lew
-rt Ow snr m hsjrH to crnosi
'if1 TI "i cre hi dancer
v mt Hm marefcv moss.
Br ha ttKifufn'-Mtti Jrnnlei
I nothing Innuii ymi to rtray
xhon jfiu'll res ntfelr over R.
f JsmiHtht nil thn wbj-j
lo never you fear
Keen stood hcutt dear
for Ihcr.'t wunUctit ll tho wa)V
Tho cMM went off with a blrtalng
Ant klM nf mother-lovo
Ttio ilaMes were ilown at her feet.
And tho lark wa Hn!nr above
On on In tho narrow fool-path
Isothln couM tempt bor to atrart
o tho moor wns passed in nlrht-Inlt
Ana rao'il ennlljnt nil tho war
tHnllht nil the war:
And rbi rmlllnr. Mill.
Aa her bed wnsepreadi
I had eunHaht all the way."
And I who followr! tho maiden
Kept thlnklnr. a I went.
Over tho perilous tnoor of llfo
What unwary fTl aro bent.
If the? onlrtotlMkeepthn foot-path
Aml not In the marshes etrar.
Then they would rr-srh tho end of llfo
Ere t!m nlBht roiil I shroud Ihoriar.
Thcj- d baro sutiliht all tho way.
Hut the marsh Is wl.Ie
And they turn aside
And tho nlht fallt on the day.
Tar better to Veep tho narrow path.
Nor turn tiitho lefiorrltht;
Tor If wo loiter at mnrnlnir.
What shall we do when the night
rails lilaek on our lonelr Journey
And wf mourn our vain delay?
Then slrn.lllr onward friends and ww
t'ball hatr autilliht all tho war
Punllrhl all the war.
Till II c Journer'e o er.
And o reach tbo shore
Of nrcrcrcndlnir dijr.
SUITOK.S d'OXK AST1LW.
Rtudlr Trnni Mfe.
Tho English t'ourt cf ClinnecrY would
serin Im-oinjilctu without Ltd M m
Tl.lo nml tho Man from fSlirpsltItT. So
would tins Xcn Vork f-'tiprcino C'tuirt
without tho permm nml ii.incr.i of Jlr.
.loljhtM Ilcliitzlrmnnn Chlof of tho
Itarnml Atlvoc.ito-Oencrnlof tlwlliininii
Hacc. Tho casual vhltor loitering
Ihrouh tho corridors of Oio County
I'onrt-hoiiH) In City Hnll Park h
I kcly to co nn iimler.ilj'.cd old man
with a Mronsly nmrked Tcutoiiio face
ttirroundcd hyn tumbled nmit of Rriwly
halrsnd lcanl drcod In n ault of
rtuty black nml with n largo luindlo of
M!cm under his nrm liurrj-Inc with
twlft ncnoin tread in tho direction of
ono or the other court-room. Thu littlu
man'i! fnco It et likn n flint nml his
dark cyei gleam from uniler ahaggy
brow with n drained IntcntncM thai Ii
n'mojt italnful. llo in In dead carnot.
Ho tTiifcntly ha on hnnd limine liu-
lortnut busincM which brooks no
Tho visitor' menial comment prob-
ably U Hint tho man It n lawyer of tho
rtripo of Sampson Ilra or Mr. Tell
"dear frk-nd of tho lalo Lord Chnneel-
lor" linitcniiig to nniwer "llcatly" to
thn call of tho calendar; and ho pities
tho clients who have committed thoir
catp cs to Hiieh hnnds. If outward np
pcaranccs form nuy criterion by which
to judgf of thu niciKiiro of ruccoss nt-
Iciidanltipon his advocacy. Ilia com-
ment and hympaihy nru nliko mls-
placod. Mr. llo'nlr.lemanii Is not so fortunate
ns to Iwnr vlcuriously tho bunlcn of liti-
gation with tho nlumntu certainty of
iocs to lighten tho load. Ho Is or rnlhor
wa n Miltor himself nnd hU crrnnd
now Is to fonrnnl tho Interests of his
iu;t In Ids own propor pewon. For he
can not grasp tho fast that his ca;u is
no longer boforo tho courts but hns
been rw mljmlitata these many years.
His case Is n sulllcirutly sad one.
Years ngo ho wns n clever and success-
ful Inventor nnd to-day In nil llkcll-
hood tho fruits of Ids genius nro In
active uso by hundreds who do not know
nor would bo Interested In knowing
that tho Invenllvo inuulty which Is tho
means of mrtn their convenience or
iiugmcntliiff thu r wealth has lost Its
power; nnd that the frcilo brain to
which they nro so much Indebted Is
eclipsed fore it under the dark shadow
of insanity With tho proverbial had
fortune of hi kind ho son cd nnd others
reaped: ho labored nnd thev entered
into Ids Inlwrs. On one Ill-fated day ho
brought nn action to recover possession
of a valuable patent for which ho
rl limed not to hno m-elrcd the stipu-
lated compensation. The equities mav
hiuo been In his favor. Who knows"?
lint tho law wns ngainst him. Ills oao
wns tried nml nu a Ivcrso verdict ren-
dered. Ho appealed nnd tho appeal
wns decided lu his omion"iit's favor.
Then canio the end of things for him.
Ho went mad. Nor was it wonderful
that ho should do so. As tho
genm! Autocr.it as somewhere
in those Inlmltabl essays of
his; "Insanity is often tho logic of nn
nccurnte mind overtasked. (!ood mental
machinery ought to break Its own
wheels and le ore If nn) thing Is thrust
nmonu; them suddenly which tends to
clop them or reverse their motion. A
weak mind does not nccumul.ito forco
i-nough to hurt itself; stupidity often
saves n man from going rand."
At all events itupldlty did not savo
Mr HelnUlcmnnn. His wrongs real
orlmngined upset tho dcllcnto balance
of Ids mind nnd left in chaos whntonco
wns coherent nnd ro-ordlnnto. The
curious may lind tho details of his case
reported In thu published Law lleports
of tho State.
His dclulon nssumes no violent or
rcpubivo form it simplv consists In
thn belief that his suit Is. still before tho
rouiU nnd in tho conviction that event-
ually can ho but obtain n hcnrlng. tho
adverse decision will bo reversed or
modUlcd anil ha reinstated In his lost
possessions. And bo every day sum-
mer nnd winter In season nnd out of
iMn ha marches up to tho clerk's
dusk with his Inseparable bundle of
papew mi'l courteously nsks In highly
"Mr. Clerk lint you put inluo caso on
tho c-ilondar to-day?"
"No Mr. llclctzlcmann" tho clerk
Inxnrinbly replies "it is not on to-
day." " Why haf you notf ' ho asks greatly
" Wo luuln't room for it to-day."
'Cnn 1 sco tho Chudge?"
"No he's busy."
" Then" he continues "caa I my mo-
tlon make to-day?"
"No it is not motion day."
"That innkos no different" says
Mr. llcintrlemanu with a wave of tho
hand. "Until ray case Is decided there
Is no conn no Ciiudgc no nnjlhlnir."
lliis formula gono through ho turns
to tho ollltor in cliargo grnoly selects
h paper fron the buudlc hands It over
with the strict Injunction that it bo cur-
ried immediately to tho Judge and
jrcmoniously saluting all present de-
parts in the confident assurance that
tho morrow will find ids case on thocnl-
cnuar nnd the ourtln readiness to pro-
ceed with tho argument of his long-do
Tlie court officers deal very gen-
tly with Mr. Hclntilomann. Ho
is a privileged character- Accus
tomed as they aro to making
short work of tho army of cranks who
periodically disturb tlio peace or ob-
struct the wheels of Justice with tbtlr
vajjarics they still have a tender spot
in their hearts for. him and tiro never
loo busy la answer his inquiries respect-
is the momentous suit or to comfort
Um wlt-h tho ns-Mirsnco that some dor
kls much-hoped-for "raodillcatlon" will
T Mr. HelnUlcwsfm's wlwJ s-11 U.w
wrskf KiK'rty and jimgress ccsetl wkca
lite lmojutw judgment was pro-J
" !'' ponding lu reversal all
feinnnrvijrrelgn without title nil courts
sn TOmuui nuthority nnit nil govern-
ment is usurpation - in short that it Is
Anarchy nnd Old Night comtt again.
Hfl conceives hlmelf to bo tho Incar-
nation of oulrngeil justice nnd there-
fore thu reprcscntntlro head nnd nil-vocato-general
of tho human race. Ho
ts firmly convinced thnt tho future his-
tory of tho world Is cloely liound up
with tho Issuos of his controversy.
Kvcry pawing ovont has some occult
bearing tipoti It nnd every public ca-
lamity or crlmo Is.n necessary corollary
to It. Accordingly stray references to
contemporaneous occurrences nro to bo
found scattered through his- volumi
nous papers. Nothing comes nmlss to
him. The Klector.il (immlislon tho
Centennial Kpotlon tho assassina-
tions of the Into Csar of Hussla nnd of
rresldentOarllold tho wnr between I'o-
ru nnd Chill tho Slnr-ltoiito trials the
building of tho Brooklyn bridge nnd tho
erection of thellartholdi statuo nro nil
In some way or other connected with his
case nnd nil lind mention In his docu-
ments. Nolhlnir iileasrs him so much ns to
gain thoenrof a Judgo to whom ho
inny be unknown. If ho be so fortunnto
ns to elude the slirllauen of the court
n'llccr he Immediately pours forth n
t- rrent of unmeaning broken Kngllh
freely Interlarded with scraps of Latin
nnd other foreign tongues fully per-
suaded that nt last he is making head-
wnv. nnd tnnlv roAllliitfnn Unlxitit tnba
grnntcd. When tho ofllrcr uulotU
checks him ho makes no objection
but lnttantly loaves tho court with his
customary rapid stride contented to
(Mistjioiio tho presentation of his cmo
until n moru fnrorablo opportun ty shall
Has the. reader any curiosity to seo a
spoelmcnof Mr. Hcliitzlnmanu's "do-u-monls?"
1.1 him run his eyo over the
subjoined extract and then pronounce
tiMn Its valuo as a legal plcndlng:
Takk No-rirr. t'pon thtso iroceimg aa
t' o uml T'lKncI with tho Iteferroa report
heretofore preenpd to tho (Viiirts and the
t'orpirallon t'oun.el and In tlio Illitrlct At-
tnrnif'aoraraa It root anl h -rein niter re-
fertol toaapublle reply and Hits bvat ciliien-
tlun ill clmiirr. Korllie nilri'.i nf this itdi
nrpiib I - tnunler ami this In -iirnliln pulilli
enlun I y and ciiiai nt this piilillo n3-ntr of
tho leaal prureolmrs fallnmnnd eliana ataro
.Irrltln tirlil et urt'l vn pnpull Jiilldi miuin
luliiolef nerrtis renim nli Initio In nnrm
lom verl a piornn'oti t. 1'nrniir Klntnlanlof
o'Mll Inlnil-now liiinl reitleil urbl et iirbl.
nrtils lerrnrumaiili Ikk' let pro patrU lllier-
la'K In mm rrir utored C tl7en Tltlo'a Buliject
In ilil. mo-liricmlon nsevt foith.
Later on in tho same lueid slntemont
of grievances ho niodoslly applies
Koran order nt fii.OWnnd SLtrtl for ilia-
biiraeinenls on aeromiL ami lm firtd tnttpli-.
or the llaitliol.il statue of Liberty nnd nfnro.
paid Ktind andTruM etc.. elu. to tho ltrt par-
ly fur nigral Ion. and Ihls Dccinmtlin of Indo-
liendrneo tendeney jmi Nino mMicn.
lie (Iocs net couhtie hlnmnlf to tin
higher courts In his efforts to obtnln re-
dress. District courts police courts or
even nn Assembly InvcMf'rnling Com-
mittee are nllke nccenlnbru. llero is
nn order presented by Idni to ow of tho
lowor courts nml probably slgbcd by
thn .Iiidge with n view nf giving him a
transient taste of tho pleasures of Im
It appearliur to jnjr sitl.ractlon that Mr.
Adolphiis llilnt.liiii inn I hi t'luef of tlio
liar nnd lurlothod with all rlclila privilege
honor and Jimlleo
Onlcred. that thn Jn.llcoof n. Court Is In
full ayimintliy with tho wild lleltittli'iiiniin
and thai ho bus swum that his obturation la In
all rcpeM Inward tlio aild llrlnlrJeinann In
iloeiervlliliia to hi aid ami inhnntiiKU for
iim moMiiirauoti or oi iiarti p.
ATM ftt lltilit
lenth aanur Imlolnblo i lyhts and only lesul
auttloil ctllmn title na rt'ul.lcni.l i rein
Tlds last hi per howowr bears tho
Imprint of nimthor hand than Mr.
lletntzlcmnnti's. It Is too coherent to
1h) his production. It contains sen-
tences. His pnpors never do.
It Is pnlhetiu to note his reference to
the book in which his caso is reported.
Like King Chnrlca's head In Mr. Dick's
Memorials this allusion to Gl llnrb.
(7;i Is sure to crop up soouor or Inter
In all his documents. His poor be-
fogged Intellect has clung to this one
fnct or pcnunibral shadow of n fuel
when nil else has gono by thu board.
Ho hns j enrs ngo forgotten wlmt Ids
caso wns nhout. Anil yet ho knows
nnd Is careful to mention whoro tho re-
port of It Is to bo found. Vigorous ns
nro tho vituperative epithets (whntover
they may mean) which nro so thickly
besprinkled over his documents Mr.
Ho'ntslcmann tnkos pains to explain
thnt he Is actuated by no motives of
resentment or Ill-will. On tho contrary
his arduous Inbors nro prompted by
chanty towards his fellows and Intense
anxiety for thoir welfare
"1 hnf no bad feeling for tho Court"
says ho. "1 spent! my time iu working
in men gmil. l uu tins noi oniy lor
mo nml initio children but for tlio
Chudgcs nnd tho citizens and tho coun-
try nml for tho wholo world."
It Is Imposslblo to describe tho comlo
sweep of the hnnds with which ho illus-
trates tho nll-embrnelng character of
his advocacy. Atlas Is nothing to him.
Ho docs not condescend to reason or
nrguments. Ho states nxloms self-
evident truths conclusions which from
their weight nml cogency nmount to
" You see dot" ho says emphatical-
ly pointing out some phrases In his Inst
document. " You seo I say dero 'Stare
dtcisii Iv nentis rtrum in forma twin.
"How can they get ofer dot?" ho
nsks with a conlideut suillo nnd his
listeners nro bound to ndnilt that It Is
Ho Is no pauper llo begs or lior-
rows from no one. Tho shock thnt laid
bis mind lu ruins left unharmed tho
skill nnd cunning of Ids hnnds. 'o hu
labors ntongrnvliigursomn other skilled
mechanical work anil Is chargeable to
Mr. HcInUlomann Is not tho only ono
of his kind to whom tho Halls of Jus-
tice present Irresistible attractions.
Other eccentric characters from timo to
time gravllate'toward tho same center.
For lnstnuco. there is or rather was
Mrs. Mayllcld owner lu fee simplo of
tho court-house "with nil the nppur-
tcu.iuces thereto belong ng." Sho was
n spare old lady neatly dressed In
black carrying nlwnys an old-fashioned
reticule. She lined nt Intervals to visit
tho cuurt-honso for tho purpose of col-
lecting her rents. Marching with slow
and stately stcs into ono of thu rooms
sho would approach the railing In front
of tho bench. If her advent paosed un-
noticed sho died into the depths of her
reticule nnd producing therefrom nn
enormous brass key prrumablv tlio In-
signia of ownership rai)cd wflh grent
olcmiiity umjii tho railing until the nt-
tcullon of somo official was nt traded.
This accomplished sho would say.
"Good morning. 1 have called for
my rent if it Is quite coincident."
" Certainly Mrs. Maylluld tho olllcor
would reply. " I ouitoforcotto semi it.
I'm very sorry you had tho trouble of
coming for it.
Mrs. Maylleld hail no stated periods
at which sho collected her rent some-
times calling twice lu 5 fortnight at
others lettluglt accumulate for mouths.
Nor had she any liwi I rental valua-
tion quarter n dlmo or even n
nickel would suffice. Indeed the
old lady must have regarded tho
sum paid more as nn Acknowledgment
of ownership than nnythlng so Ilttlo re-
lation did It bear to tho vnltio of her
property. Sho ignored altogether tho
tormality of receipts justly deeming
no doubt that tho city might safely reTy
on her sense of honor not to demand the
same rent over again.
Before leaving she wou!d go round tho
room on n tour of Insncction to satisfy
herself that tho promises wcro being
kept in tenantablo repair and would
gravely suggest any little alteration in ar-
raagements that would occur to her as
being likely to impair tho valuo of the
really 'lhese w.so precautions taken
sgaiRU tho necessity of a suit for dllanl-
saA-aifS.; -Tai 5-Ws1W
ditlons at (ho cloe of thn tehnnoy she
would pocket her rent and depart.
Then again thoro Is I'rtylng Pntsoy.
Ho comes occalonally just n4 tna
Judges nro out taking their noonday
recess nnd stationing himself In tho
doorway of tho cotirt-root mutters a
short prater. Whether It Ik ritual or
extempore nnd who inny bo the
apoclnt objects of his petitions bench
bar suitors or wlmasses nro nllko
mntlcrs of ni) story inasmuch ns his ut-
terances nro so rapid anil inn filed ns to
tio totally unintelligible. Ills net of de-
votion nacompllshcd ho swiftly mines
toward another part of tho court there
ngaln to iierfonn his self-imposed ilntv.
llo Is strictlv Impartial conferring the.
benefits of fils intercessory ofTcrlmzan
evory room in tho building not omit-
ting; oven tho Comptroller ofllco nnd
the Jlurnaii for tho Collection nf Ar-
rears. What Ideas ho may have re.
specting tho necessity or vnltio of his
sen-Ices no ono knows for ho speaks to
no ono. Ho Is conrlnecd no doubt
thnt his prrn-noo and prayers aro abso-
lutely essential to tho welfare If not
Indeed tho existence nf tho building
and its inmntps. tine thing aliens la
certain. If he do&s iu gud ho dos
no harm nnd his lunacy might easily
assume n moro object ionnbjfc form.
icinn ollior HiMiieliteil amicus turvt
Is n mnn who has onco or twice made
Ids appearaui-n claiming tlio credit of
nnd competition for the invention of
tho submnrliia telegraph the clalmro-
tlon of tho entire poital system
of the United Slates nnd tho establish-
ment of Civll-Servleo reform. Consid-
ering thn important chnrnrtcr of thco
nchli'vciiionts nnd their groat nntlonnl
vnlue this juiblle bon-lactiir is verj-
iKxIorate In his demand lie usually
presents his claim In a handwriting very
unlike what ono would oxpectns coming
from such a gifted Individual. It begins:
" I claim nn tinier from the Supreme
Cotiit fur ono hundred thousand dol.
lars." It then specifies tlio valuable
sen Ices just mentioned ns Mng the
Items on which the clnlm Is bnsoil nnd
concludes with n stitcmcnt thnt being
In Immediate need n small installment
nn nocouut will bo ery ucceptable. lie
is considerate enough to iullmnto thnt
if it bo not convenient to give Immedi-
ate n'tentinu to his dninand he will call
ngaln. It goes without saying thnt he
nlwnys f told to cnll again.
Latterly too the court-houso has
been honored by the visits of n middlo-
agod womnn with n Cclilo fare n
dclormiued oxpr(ss!on nml n strong
ncccnL Slio has suffered " doprodiitlou
of character" nt thu hands of
some person or persons unknown.
through which sho hns boon " deprived
'of tho means of earning n l.volihood."
Shu nnnounccs her Intention of ntteud-
lug tho sessions of thu courts until ono
or other of tho Judges removes tills dis-
ability. It Is to bo hoped thnt sooner
or Inter some way will bo found to ne-
eoiupllsli this good lady's wishes for
sho is nu uufortuiiato soul nnd has the
stnj Ing power of Coleridge's " Ancient
IVrlinns tho most unintelligible rop-
rosontnthoof thu genus is nn Israelite
who haunts tho corridors nnd favors nil
comers wlih n long nnd rambling
rtlinoIogic.il disquisition on two klnits
of Jewa bom ho calls lteuben .lows
nntl Susan Jews lor which hitler clas
it tuny 1st snld ho entertains tho most
supremo contempt lie kindly volun-
teers the Information thnt Susiin
Is not only lu Jerusalem lint in
Now York nnd nil over thn world.
It Is possible ho mny bo right.
Susan is a tolerably idjlipiitous person-
ngo. When questioned ns to the Identi-
ty of tho particular Susan to whom ho
hns reference ho waves his hnnd Im-
patiently nnd informs his questioner
thnt he can find out nil about it lu tho
Hook ot Hither. Ho generally closes
his discourse with tho following puz-
" Can they take nwny mlno property
on a six-days' summons without inline
without ditto nnd without nmount?"
Nnturnlly tho person questioned
usunlly comforts our friend with a
prompt nnd decided answer In tho neg-
ative but Is met Immediately by tho
perfectly cnishlmr iiucrv:
"Then why don't thoy pay mo my
Why Indeed? Perhaps though It l.i
that thoy haven't cot thu money.
All these lessor lights however pale
before Mr. HclnUlcmann. They lack
the clement of pormniienco. Thclrvlsits
nro Intermittent nnd thoy soon tire.
Not so ho. Their orbits nro erratic
uncertain enmotary. Ho Mono Is diur-
nal and eternal. Jurors suitors nnd
witnesses come mid go; lawyers nro ml-
lulttod practice mid depart for now
lieldsjof usefulness; Judges are elected
servo and retire; but ho goes on for-
oor. Poor Mr. Hiiliitzlemnnnl Ho will no
doubt keep on llllnc hlsdocitmonts with
I tho clerk nnd seeking mi opportunity
in nrguu uis iiiniion limn mo tiny comes
when ho shall present his caso to the
hlghoit court of last resort nnd tlio
long-w Nhed-for "modification" denied
him nu earth bant last granted. Then
porhnps tho arrested fngulllos shall bo
set freo to llnJ oxercis.ii In n larger
solioro of beneficent actlvltlos nnd
tlio dim and troubled) oars of hi mental
bondage shall seem "ns uhon on
nwiiketh in tho morning and behold. It
wns a ilrenm." Frederick Vary) Store;
in The Manhntum.
Itahllng tho Sutler.
A famous nnd favorite kind of sport
especially when wo had been Ivlnc Is
camp for some timo iu summer or
wore Oitnblished iu winter quarters.
was what wns known ns
The sutler's establishment was n largo
wnll tent which wns usually pitched
on tho sldu of tlio ramp farthest nwivy
f iimi tho Colonel's quarters. It wns
therefore In a somewhat exposed nnd
tempting position. Whenever it wns
thought well to raid him tlio up-n ol
lit own regiment would iiiako to the
moil of somo neighboring regiment a
proposition in some such tonus ns this
"You fellows oomo ocr hero some
night and raid our sutler nnd we'll
come tuer to your camp somo night nnd
raid j ours. Will you do It?''
This courteous offer of friendly offices
was usually agreed to nnd great was
thu sport which often resulted. Vor
when all was duly nrranged nnd inndd
ready on a dark night w hen tho sutler
was sleeping soundly lu his tent a
skirmish lino from (ho neighboring regi-
ment would cautiously plok Its way
down tho hill anil through the brush
ami silently surround the tent. One
party creeping close In bv tho wall ol
thu tent would loosen tho ropes and
remove thom from tho stakes on one
side while another party on thu other
side nt a given signal would pull the
whole concern over tho sutler's head.
And then would nriso yells and cheort
for a few moments followed by Imme-
diate silonee as tho raiding party would
steal quietly away.
Did thoy steal Ids goods? Very sol
dom. For soldiers wero not thieve
and plunder was not tho object onlt
fun. Why did not the officers ptinlsli
tho men for doing this? Well some-
times they did. Hut sometimes the o Ul-
cers believed tho sutler to bo oxorbitanl
in his charges nnd opprossivo to the
men and cared litllo how soon ho wat
cleared out nnd scut a-paeking; and
thcrcforo they enjoyed tho sport quite
as well as tho men nnd ofton imitated
Nelson' example when ho put his blind
oye to the telcscopo and declared lit
did not seo tho signal to ccaso tiring
They winked at tho frol'c and came or
tho scene usually in araplo timo to con-
dole with the sutler but quite too latt
to' do him any service. Uurry M
Mcjcr in St. Xkholat.
I'ERiKmh AXD MTKRAttr.
A daughter of General Wlnfir.ld
Rcott Is tho wlfo of a Virginia ccntlc-
man named Wlnficld Scott.
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tains 422110 bound volumes. It stands
is No. 10 of thoirrcat libraries of tho
- Henry Vlllard's Into nnmo Is Heln-rle-Illlgnnl.
Ho lustimcd "Vlllard"
as n lion do pliuno when be was writing
Western letters to n New York paper.
Tho Iluffalo newspaper mnn who
married tho widow of millionaire
Vnrgo tho express company mngnnte
pas slnrted a morning paper. Jutijato
Henry Clay Thurston of Mount
Pleasant Tex. tho tnllest man in
America is seven feet acrou nml one-
half Inches high tlfty-thrco years of
Ago and weighs 280 pounds.
ll.iceo Minn nn Italian author who
has dedicated a book to Postmaster-
(ioncral (irrshnm now nsks that official
to scud him Miouch monov to cover tho
expense of printing tho first edition.
--Jlrnnson Howard tho dramntlst
s-ho is living on roynltles from his lduvs
tit Knglnnd is I ho tmssossor of n double
trlovcTo on v hleti ho nnd his wife nntl
Aiuf whnteror supplies they feel like
curving; make twenty-mile nnd thirty-
mile trips nbotit tho country.
Mrv. Harriet Hoerhcr Stowo says
Hint tlio novels of tho day l.iok romantic
Interest. Human passion has cotno to
hosynonymnus with n mawkish hysteria
to bo photographed without grace nntl
by what strikes hornsndry Process
which takes tho victim iu tho middle id
in emotion ns n horso is caught with
til his feet In tho Mr. AT. )". Uraphir.
- For somo timo Miss I.ouls.i M. Al-
colt hns been nt work upon n new story
for Imys nnd girls. It Is n sequel to
" Little Men" nnd is to bo called " Joo's
Hots nnd How They Turned Out."
Miss A loot t hoped to hnvo tho liook fin-
ished for tho fall but owing to tho Ill-
ness of her father sho hns been obliged
to put off its completion indefinitely
Will Cnrloton tho popular vorso
writer Is thus described by n reporter
In Indianapolis whero ho has been vis-
iting: "He is nearly six feet tall ol
sletid'T build with n bright rather
J on tli ftil fnco bluo eyes aquillno no
nnd short wl.Wkor which cover only
his chin. His hair which Is slightly
tinged wit't gray Is eomlx-d smoothly
hnek and this combined with the some-
what clerical cut of his clothes gives
him rather tho appearance of n well-to-do
young niliii-tcr on n vacation."
One of the most Interesting subjects
discussed by the American Library As-
sociation nt lluffnlo was tho practice ol
changing tho original title of n book ot
of giving a book moro Ihnn ono title
Sometimes the change Is ;ffected by
fraud often by thotightlcssLcss but in
cither case It causes nuiitiynuco. At
examples John Habberton's "Just Ono
Day" became with n change of pub-
lishers "Mr. May burn's- Twins: with
Her Trl-ils in the Morning Afternoon
nnd Hvonlng of Just Ono Day " Mrs.
rethorstonhaiigh'H storv. "Kilt orrnn."
Is enlarged to "Lll I-'nlr l'alr with
Coition Hair; sir Kllcormn."
An earthquake usually causes an
nutlvo movement In rent astute. Srm-
Someone who believes thnt "brolty
Is tho soul of wll" writes: "Don't cat
Q cumbers. They'll W up."
Adelo - Yns your poem " Ho loves
me very denrly' Is n remarkable pro-
duction; but It you ivnnt tluxo pleasant
relations to continue don't let him sou
It. As for tho copy sent hither. It will
bo cnrofiilly plncetl in a little basket
not necessary for publication but ns a
giinraulee of good fiiith.'cm7e.
" I feel so worried about Charles?"
sighed Mrs. Wlldhuslmiid. "It's get-
ting Into sure enough" said sister Kale
looking nt tho clock; " but I guess noth-
ing unusual has happened.'' Thnt It
wlmt frets mo" replied Mrs. Wild-
husband " I nm nfr.dt! something usual
bus happened to Charles." Detroit
Last week tho (Sovernor of Ithodc
Inland packed his State In n hand bag
and took it down to Capo May fr a
holiday. Tlds wns kind of tho Clover-
nor mid makes ho Governor of Toxat
hido his iliminihod head when ho con-
trasts the generous nctiou with his own
selfishness. Catch him taking his Stnto
mi) where llless you It's ns much us
ho can dp to keep It nt home. llurlimj-
- Ingratiating photographer (nftct
carefully posing little Violo): "And
now you aro going a bo n very good
little girl nnd sit us still ns n mouse for
n few minutes. Violo (who though
but r."iuite has a mighty will of her
own.-.qillckly imposing nnil assuming n
most -determined expression): "O in-
deed Mr. Man! That's Ml you know
about U! I'm going to bo as naughty at
possible!" A'. 1'. Ikralil.
Ciesar's mistake: "lloss will you
tell mo how to tniiko root beer?" nsned
n colored man of n clerk lu a ilmp
store n day or two ago. "Yes. I will:
Tako a hickory stick thrco gallons ol
water nn old hat n quart of molasses
a paper of tacks nntl n pound of cayenne
pepper and boll nut! skim nntl set lu a
cool plneo." "Say tint ngaln boss so
I can dlsrcmcmber." The clerk re-
pented his directions nntl tho customer
brought hs fist down on tho counter
with tho ovelnmntlon: "I sees whore I
spiled my hull batch! I left out dc
lacks!" lloslon llaselle.
Honors wero easy: A Gorman citi-
zen approaching the window' re
quested that a cheek pnnble to tho or-
der of SohwHit7.orcAo he cashed. "Ja
dot's me" he nodded reassuringly in
niiswur to the toller's look of inquiry.
"Hut I don't know that oii nro Mr.
Schwotucmuo. You must get your-
self itleuliliod." said the teller. "I'ow
vsss dot?" nuked tho German oitizrn
with n pussled look. "You mimt get
Mime ono to Identify you" repented the
bank olllcor. "All Ja!" oriod John
much rolkncd; "dot's nil right. -1
tlon'd know you iiBidur.'' JJuJ'alo Com'
A Honker's .Suicide.
It has nlwiys been thought that man
Kew ono po'ot of superiority if it
can lie sooslled over the lower animals
in thnt ho Mono is cnpqble nf commit-
ting suicide. Man's sole claim to this
sail privilege Is now nssniled from a
quite unoxpeetod qunrtcr of tbo nn'm-il
k ugdoiu. I he Paris i'ntx gives p.irtio-
ulan of the suicide of n donkey which
was witnessed rwoiilly by n dozen por-
fom who are ono and Ml convinced
that the animal's death was premedi-
tated and Intentional. Tho unfortunate
quadruped which was reduced to n
condition of skin nnd bono from eating
too littio and working too much man-
aged to exoapo from tils stables in tho
Ituc du Chardonnerot and made for tho
Seine. Intowhloh ho entered near tho
Pont d'Austorll's. A man who hap-
poned to to giving n Newfoundland
dog n bath close by perceiving that tho
donkey mado no effort to swim nntl was
nn the point of drowning diim.it -lied
the dog to his assistance. Sehlng tho
drowning animal's ear in his mouth tho
Newfoundland managed to bring him to
land. Hut to no purpose. The donkey
looked round with his Inro. sad eye
and quietly walked back into tho water.
Tho dog was nga'n tent after hliu but
this tlno tho donkey kicked out so vig-
orously thnt Ids preserver could not ap-
proach'. Tho donkey once boyon"! his
depth resigned bfinself to tfce action of
the current mado no movement to tus-
uin liimclf and was spec wydroivnetl.
A BOOK ace-it named 3 on flmyrk
Was put out suit hull by a jtrk
He says at a cure
Bt. Jni-obs Oil It sure
At all Hmot to get In Its work.
A llBhtntng-rod man In tft. Psnl
From a bouse bad a serious fall
Though battered and bruised
lis said when ho Uinl
8t- Jaec Oil" It simply bents all."
As the Preside nt rodo hundreds of miles
n horses ami mules during his recent
Western trip It wilt I proper V say that
ha has returned from hta brldlo tour.
"(loldrn Mrdlral IlUecirerj"
baa tiean uind with signal aiiecess In eon-
lumptton of tho lungs consumptive nlght-
tireata aplttiCR of blood ahortneis if
breath weak lungs coughs broncliltls. ami
kindred alTectlons of throat ami chest.
Sold by druggists.
In it Cincinnati itoro n piano Is mark!
"Achern KC1." And thn muslo baneeil
from lotns pianos sound like that crolreil
from a rhnrn of tho 17C1 pattern. A'errfi-
fllrnn'a Snlptmr Snap
Is a reliable meansnferad testing local diseases
ttthoikln. Hill's Hair and Whl.kerUje Mc.
Tin nntl-TlvIsectlonlsU arrio that It
hurts nn oyatcr to open Its -.neli with a
knife. Humanity ami good tlstn atigjest
that the oy.ler ahoultl bo ro-stedln its
bell. X 6. rttayune.
Anrcn csiso a largo number of prepara-
tons for Catarrh I havo beeomo antlatled
ihatof thorn nil Ely's Crenmltnlmgires mo
Iho most re I to f. 1 ran recommend it to any
mo who may havo Catarrh Cold In thn
(lead or Hay Kerer. H II. f xwis.l'rlnclpnt
3 radod School Clinton Wis.
'Tapa pleaao tell mo tlio story of tho
new comet" said Mary to her father last
erenlng. "1 can not my denr" replied
Mr. Itnltier. "Ihero Is no tail to tt yet."
" Men must work and women weep
Ho runs tr 3 world nwayl"
Hut thoy need not weep so much It thor
use Dr. l'ierco's " Kavorlto PreacrlpUon''
which cures nil the painful maladies pecul-
iar to women. Bold by druggists.
IVi notleo a statement going tho rounds
of tbanowspnpera that "Jl.iboo Mngoom-
dar Is coming to this country." Wliat ts
it tJlohtstir VoH-Vtprtss
Mamo Mass. Dr. N. H. liturgies saysi
" I rrcouimend llrown'a Iron Hitters ns n
rained tonic for curichlug thn blo.nl nnd
removing nil dyspeptic symptom. It doos
not hurt tho teeth."
A noon brick will absorb nlxmt n quart
of water but "arecular brick" Isn't that
kind of a fellow. .V. 1". -tdterffser.
on Corns" Is mado only briefs. We'lsiI'mprlo-
lorof "lloiishon lints' I and has inutrhiiu?
lacoofaman on labels lio and Ko bottle s.
Vnrrtto a wrong ts tho forger's work.
.Veto York Jirjiress.
Huntsviixk. At.A. Dr. J T. Itldley
says i "Ilrown's Iron Hitters t n good nj-
pettier and merits attention from sulTur-
irs.'" Wise's Axle Orcoio never gums.
The eauso of nil tnffy 'lasses. 7orf-
rortl Sunday Journal.
Bklnny Men. " AVelts Henlth Henewer"
restores health nnd vigor cures Dyspepsia.
Ileus for church fair ovster suppers
Twlcoona Is slow. l'htladtlphla lleraht.
RTnAinitTEX jour old lmots and shoos with
I.) oil's Patent llecl Btirrencr and wear them
again. Sold by abou nnd hurdrnro ileulurs.
The motqtiltn'a auger ts nn appropria-
The huge irastlcgrlplngflekenlngpllls
nro fnst lieing suponded by V.: Pierce's
"Purgatlvo Pellets." Bold by druggists.
It Is not right to make gamo ot a man out
ot season. .v. JWicayune.
Btlnglna Irritation nil Khlnoy nnd Hind-
tier Complnintscurcil by "l)nchu-Palba."$l.
The coins paid for beer nro tho lmr-nlck-cl
of society. Marathon Independent.
The licit euro for diseases of tho nerves
brain nnd muscles. Is Ilrown's Iron Hitters.
Don't Dlo In Iho House "ltoutrli on Hats"
clears out ratslnilcotllcsroachest)cd-bugs. 15c.
i i .
Ir afflicted with Foro r.res uso Dr. Ifnno
Tliompson's Eyo Water. DruKKUU sell it- IVxr.
Itcnnixn's Ittissla Pnls-e mecla with wonder-
fill success lu all cases of Hkln dlseato. Try It.
A Ll recommend Wise's Axlo Oresso.
YOU woild nn vkiiy ioolisii to
Order or Jtuy any
BOLIIlHlLVER AMD SlLVEIl PLATED WAKE
Ml'MC IIOXES CUTLEUV
Jeweliiy on Lauts
Without II nt sanding six cexts for postago
and reeelring tho magnificently Illus-
trated catalogue of tho
MKItMOD fc JaCCAHD JKWELHY CO.
Fourth and Locust Bts. l-'t. ixuli Mo.
ll'Aen fn .VI. T.nvts rail and see us.
Till: (IKNllKAIi J1AKKKTS.
CATTLK Shlpplnif Steers.
Natlto Cows . ..
HOaS flooil to cholco heavy
OATS No. I
KlXMTIt 1'aney er sack
HAY far lots brUht
CHKI'.SK Kansas ;omt
WOOL Missouri unwasheil..
aTTIK Shlppliurf'toer ...
roil.V-No. 2 mUe.1
Medium new leaf
CATTI.K flood shipping
IIOflS-(loid to obiileo
MlKUi'-Kalr to cholco
KU)l'lt-i)mlnoii to cholco..
WHKAT-No. 2 rrsl
FllUlt-nnoil to choice. . .
WHItAT-N'o. 3 red . ...
No. I Spring
OATS Wemern mlxel
POIIK tandant Men
tt A 5 15
1 11 A
1( ft 10S4
13 (1) U. 15 12
3F"sO u0ff J&JXT&
Rheumatism Neuralgia Sdatlcc
I.iMbwa. Bwkuht. Hca-lwhe. Toolhuat.
ra Tkrrai. NMrellUas. dpralas. UmUtt
Hums tiralils. IPi-asI Jlllrt
Aod AU Ottier BODILY rAXNS and ACMES.
twaby Dmcn.t ai Ditrs tttkmt. n
TUB CIIAMI.C4 A. VOtJiri.EK CO..
.WUA ')(-- -. t
OSZOAGO SCALE CO.
Ml SauIA Jfttrf Strut. r&lM. m.
Sl-Tnn WMonlTU.iO .TnaSAOl
BYKXTTTXXMAIl. Pitt ttttenrtu
HmJi'm r Tatlar styslriu ol
PttvMCatUB(rtHit imUhUuii .
' AMY Of Tltn rOTOHAC.
On Tlio Cliltkahtmiloy.
Under 4eftys ISO Oov S. V Tiasitts ef
borrr. h It- unit as lh futlaitnti ' WM ea
dmla IlK-snnrof ItrfPotomMln ibessrsntsofths
Chlttsimmtajr I cealrsctnl a eomrU-ailon ol dlt-j
Hut enUntntwd la srlasl troMe.rrlpli on em side.
SM term Slseste of Hie kMnfjs and Madder. Mi
jrrst arliuil wrsknest. I'or a loot time ll nadrr
tin trratmrtit ot the best Hirudins and tried msfijr of
Us) swcaOnl mnedlos hut rteelred no irnnsaea
brneat. Wbn I was la Iho dres hi!ne la Dostoa I
trftnl farorable aeeoontt of tha rfflcstf of llant'l
Ilnrndf firr dlieuea ot the kldnefi and arlnary
ntf.it and hstlnr drlded t sire It a trtt I pur-
(UUfdtome at Wneito'a dro ttorf. Iwrrr X IL
and ban rrerlred ret rcllf ' from s!n tt. Tin se-
rrrepilnstainybuksra rsnvired and I am able lo
tlerp Mnndlr and obtain re it at Bight wbltJi for sa
lent a lime I renld not do and tb veaknets la Ibe
urinary onrsns hu beta rrlletcd. and 1 Rrrstly rrrrt
tbstldldaestrstlbeirrrat nxrttl of Iloni'i Itemed?
when I wu Sri I Atn ikk. as I am eonOden; It vouid
bs sared me f rom srttril jesrs of tnarrlnci and I
a'j more Mransly toislneed of this after hrsrlnit of
the most rtmsrksMe eonra ePreled by Ham's Ifemeriy
In a ease or DtlsM's p setse here la our mldit la Doter
far the txtlent had been rranoanetd Incurable 17
celettratnl rAystdans. "
Mr TlbMu Is a retired drag!" formerly loraledln
Daitoa and Is a tborouzMy retlsMeettlten. -Ooa.ED.
V. .". I'OSTAI. HKItVIL'll.
II. S. STbHaey. iMlMintro.tmntcr.rctntm.Cocn.
wrltn Msy S. Ursli "1 hire nwd Hunt's liemrdy with
the Kt results. I hare sultrrrd untold stony for
rtatitrrn months with kHny nd llrrrcomflilnti my
srstervurerybad at timet I artutlly pawed blood.
This wit folkiwrd by nrrl rrottntlnn. Mybn.l-
nets roaulrtns me to be en my feet most of the time
nude my cm worte. I wit tdiWd to use Hunt'!
Ilrcirdy by a friend who hid been cured by It int eia
truly iy that 11 hai Irwflt. d in' mora tbtn all the 01 h-
ermedlelnetlhiTentnd. lcomtder llthrbrtimedl-
c r for kldnry and liver troulilet ind clicertully reo-
ctnmrndlitoalt.'' DR. JOHN DULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor of this celebrated medlclnd
justly claims for it superiority over alt rem-
odlei ever offered to the publlo for the SAFE
CERTAIN SPEEDY and FEBHANEKT euro
or AetsaniFaveror Chilli nd Faver wheth-
er of ihort or long standing. He refers to tho
entire Western and Southern country to bear
him testimony to tha truth of ths smertlon
that in no caio whsjerer will It fail to curs If
the directions aro strictly followed and carried
out. In a great minr cases a single dost has
beea sufficient for a euro and whole families
has s beencured br a single bottle with a per-
feet restoration of ths general health. It Is
ho-jrever prudent and la every caio mors cer-
tain to care if its uis Is contlnuoi In smaller
duet for a week or two after thsdtieate his
bi en cheeked mote especially In difficult and
lens-standing cues. Usually this medlclno
will not requlrs any aid to keep tho bowels In
good order. Should tho patient ho worer re-
quire acathartlc medicine after having taken
three or four dotee of tho Tonle. a tingle doso
of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
Ths Popular Remedies of Ilia Day.
Principal Ofllce.bJl Iltln St. L0C1ST1 M.E. KT.
In fcrcr ind true
dl.trirtt. In lroplcsJ
nd other rictus
t:t. .1 i.y rp'drmlit
and Indeed la ill
localities Micro Ibe
Conditions ire unfa-
Toribla to lirilth
tblt ftmo-'t Tcecta-
r M' InMKursntsndlt-
ultra tniinil si 1 nlrftt
ritxrril crrn lo
I Tiijo rnnititunona
ii.1 trg U frftuirt
hllsi cur for
In m iil ltnlr(l
r inpUnm.ttli wills'
PruKKlMi tnd IK1
INIrrI ItnrrrN lift or I' Itorf
Wolmvf juntrrnlsid n lot f tttve V. ltlrlinnU
jirrrrn iniirrt. ana on rifum nt mlnxe pner
ltlirsiiirltts i ( n !o"d in lm? cram'sv Qujn
ttirUmlt.-sf. Kvfrr ki a wirntii ra nj iut C UU.
wnhptlTtlrj-- or r&uiiilimtlouuttd irlxl
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers of Guns and Gun Goods
131-133 West rifUt Street
Dlnsrritril CataloKtti Frr. i(nuns t'llj- 3Io.
C ATAR R WTU'S CflS BALU
nlicn niipllcil liy
tho llniri-r Into thu
nostrils will to ab-
vleanslnir tlio bead
of cntarrhal virus
cnuslnir health- so-
rrctlons. It ullays
tects tbo membrnno
ot tbo nasal tinse-
lienls thu eores ami
rvMnroa tnsj onil
rmell. A f ovr appll-
rntlons rcUcvo. A
trill jKWilii'di cure.
Aifrrrnbin til mn.
Pond for circular. rrlcoW cents by mull or nt
urufflsts. L.I urbUiersUru;Kl3tsOw i-oN. V.
iriLKLVNON ltriuiiut TAtimrr ory.
le-7Shooti HTotliaIItairMl h.t. tomli I'Ul
'2J lis !. fi-t tioa'tsirk Miiiott.irmiirtit
iinn. itn sltf-i uintrl irn. h.rfinr
bul'etsllietinieot. OrllTrralflra on rerolp-
ef onettnllir. Swl I or wife lt of 6rol
Siwt. III. Trlr. l.tilnff T.rbt-. ILmntiM kl
SO ind M WibiVh Atenut CElcno''fll'
W& " tttmna "B
Steo YftVi sE&
i .!' A
llcnsons "Why You Feci I3iully.
Because your stoiiach 13 not doing its work properly.
Because your liver is out of order and wants riglitinp;.
Because your blood is thin and needs iron in it
Because you arc troubled with nervous aches and pain:
Because you are vexed with languor and debility
All theso Reasons Can be Set Asltlo by tho Use of Brswn's Iron Bitters which will
Tone vh your enfeebled stomach and help it to digcsL '
Refresh your wearied liver and put it in splendid order.
Enrich your watery blood and give it a rich red color.
Calm your worricil nerves nnd give them restful peace.
Strengthen your whole system and drive debility and languor out.
Considering that any man who ha3 a dolltr may buy of the nearest
druggist a bottle of Brown's Ikon Bitters thtre is no reason why people
should continue to feel badly just for the fun of jl 4
Aid UI Mip.iT tSincf th Weod l l mUtt ..m
rf mnr unlll OwpUlnU ISeM mi. hl.t M -ruL
iTMin.m..i..w. S..4 far esmeklrt. I
AMONG THE LADIES
Tho brilliant fascinating
tluts or Complexion for uliich
ladies fitrlvo nro chiefly artl
llclal and all who trill tako Ilia
(roublo may hectiro tlicni.
'Jlirso roseate lien 1 Idling htieg
follow tho uso ol'llagau'ri Mng.
nolia Balm a dellcato Iinrm.
less nnd nluays ivliablo nrticlo.
Hold ly nil tJnigl8Ls.
Tlio Magnolia Balm conceals
every blemish removes yal
Iomicss Tan Bctliiess Ernp
tlons nil pvldenccs of oxclto
merit nntl every hnperfcclloii.
I ( ctfecls nro Imiueilialo and
so natural that no lititnan being
cau detect its application.
- ".o jiji.jJ.";
Is there a prrson lttng who otst saw
csso of hgtis Wlloness nervousness ot
muralzlSt or nny ilHs of the stomacli
liter or kWncrs that Uup Ulltcrs will not
Mr motlier says Il.p BltlOM Is the only
thing that will krop scr from severe attacks
nf paralysis sml Iwitlsche. Ed. Osircfft)
My llttl sickly pmy baby was changed
Into a gnt tjiinrlnr ir nntl I was raLsctl
from a sick bol ty using Hop Hitters a
short time. A Yol'Jto MaruEa
o uso lo wo'rry iboiit any Liver Kidney
or Urhwry Trouble especially llrlght's Pls-
Mo n tiUiwtM iiullmi lllllers never falls
of n euro whero a ciro Is possible.
I had severe attaiks of gravel antt kltlney
trouble; was unable: lo get any medicine or
doctor to cure mo tsitll I ucd Hop lllttcn
They cured mo in a short time.
T. IL Amr.
Unhealthy or Inactive kidneys cause
gratcl llrlght's dlTase rheumatism nnd a
linnlo ot other serious and fatAl illsenses
sshleli can bo prevented with Hop Bitters If
Liken In time.
Ltidlnglon Midi. Feb. 2 1870. I havs
fold Hop Hitters for four )cars nn.1 therr
Is no mctllclno that surpasses them for bil-
ious nttarks kltlney complaints anil all dis-
eases Incident to this malarial climate.
II. T. AlXXASDEIt.
Monroe Mich. feepL ' 1875. Sins: 1
haso been taking Hop Hitters for Inflamma-
tion of kidneys nisi bladder It has done for
mo what four tltWors fslled to do eurcd
inc. Tlio effect if tho Hitters seemed like
magic to me. W. L. Cjuitek.
Or.irrs Your Hop Hitters havo lieen of
great valuo tn me. 1 was laid upwlth ty-
phoid for oicrtwi months nnd could get
no relief until I tried jour Hop Hitters. To
thoso suffering fsim debility or nny ono In
feeble health 1 (nrtllally tecominciid them.
J. C Stoetzi:l38 Fulton sL Chicago 111.
Civet Contumptloi Colds Pneumonia Intluems
Bronchial DitT-cuKci Bronchitis Moarteneii
Asthma Croup Yhtiolng Cough ind ill Diseases ol
the Dreathlng Organs. It soolliei and heals the Mem-
brane ol the Lungs Inflamed and poltened br tha
disease and prevents the night sweats and tight-
nest across ths ckest hlch accompany IL COM-
SUhtPTIONItnotailncurablenuUtfr. HALL'S DAL-
5 AM ulll cure jou. eien though professional aid bill.
FttiMi.hm IrtJi Inrorporiied.
I'fa Kor lh Core ot Cucer.
1'tiissr. I'trers Slcriilis
nrf hkim tli.v... wllhnut tilt
otnnf kntlcorLi.snr llumts ind llllle filn. Fot
isr lavtTinx rui Ltns ixt nirsaaarxs iddrctt
HI! r. 1 10II Aurora Kail Co. IIU
Ir- t-t. eit.i n-.n.t. .. TIM HIM
jiiikt. sit: ! Tin; rmviun.
IIJ trtL lftT.IU I fvt 1 J lUM M l.
J2KES CF ElNSHAMTCrt
S25 Every Day
Cn b tutl uul with oar
Woll Augors tSc Drilla
On mm and on bor iqutrM. Wo
ro tho only niktri of tho 1 iffln WtU
tTaaaxxkailswl Ikst It. ass PsiKkl
Van ofont mtoni4ri mtikai from i 80 1 A 40 tlurs
Ikwat ad OxcuUr rxiKK. Addro.
LOOMIS ft HTMAM tIFFIS 0HI8.
Hilt WMH All tttt FAILS.
rOTfSlkSBCSilit"-JBgf It? SB
n laiiuiMe curt for 1'llei.
lTtco nt. frrnn drntrtlsts. ol
li-nl prepaid hr mstl Kuninlrl
Mskrrt lloxauu. Nw oifc
"THE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST."
S A VJ fl? IB n 1 iy THRESKEHS
MILLS CNU UlCuReuihwm
iror ill sretlw and purpnws. J w rite for fr rirartilH
ind rrtcei to t.v aultmui ilijior Co. Muuflsia. ontx
DE LA CLARE'S FRENCH DISCOVERY.
sya fl vtMstssj tn grow i -issaa-iasi er anuirri
iJiHriflH sWftIoatt MsM SaMal4 fS '
ttVvWun 4ar tW wntk
Dt lACUIt f .0.1 JOT CHICACO ILL ACINII WANTID
AGEIITS '&WS!ZStiSSt WANTED
Jlkrtl.kMv 4Sn Anr oiwrm wnrkl. Klinriaril
urnslAA. Addr-M STANDAltl) I.IFK ASSO-
CIATION rrlTVjnt Ind. orUrsud Ilsplds Mlcb.
IF YOU SUFFER ThrorDiseMO
And it tire lo h- nirel. srnd V-rent fftltnp ind id-
Crcn lo 1-KA.Mt Jir.Sir.lt Witcrlvo Ind ili.
MONTH. Arrnli STlntrri. DO t
lltniiirtl U tlntli" wiirM 1 lamrlu I'fthJi
M'inf JAV IIKONPOK. UaraoiT. Jticil
Ovrr 700 illlTrKnt kinds hcsl stiff I
mu.lefr i oprbrnitU Csialoatiefn-'.
Vniinn' Man IfirnTaiaoatraThfresnt
I UUIIK ISloU wrwlllelre jrous.llu.il.. n.
Clrcultii f rr. AI.K.VTJNF.bltOi. JtnrnlliOUi.
3? ? $?
In IkrM ntnli. Airrrna ko lll Ilk. If IK ril J
ftriMtM .. IVi. la Ike eiirtlei sl3 VmrsJ.
8. JOHHIOW a CO. Bnttnn Mstt.
AGEHTS WANTED JLfirWS'ffr ft-tt
Una Slaerin .rr tnreniiHl. SVIU knit a pilr ul
tv uilnulrt. It will il.a kntl I Brril vtrlrtr tif finer.
work! mll'iitlrr It alwijri amdr mukrt. Hud
f r rlrmls sndlrrmt lo tho Ttrnnsbly lknltllna
Slncklnn lo. ion Trcniont Slrte t. lloston. )lut.
II1IT1 lN'lfiiW anil rriiii. Srn
HnlH Owdsunil O tl STiat
IIMIII E. Ol'UMIAM. 71 St lie
Srnd fir rrlre-lltl.
d to order.
MONTH nnd 1IOAKU forth eellrl
a l n or l.idlri. In ssca muntr. Ad-
I'. w zirtii.sn(o. Cbiuso iu.
.. snanNclIadozenortwoof Or date's
I lUW KiiiiirHirsicitnlninrtowD Trrlu Tfrmt
! Jtxn. A. Vf. HAMILTON A CO.. Ann Arbor Vllca.
riPIHM andWIIIMlt-r IIAltlTsjenret
vrlUin iihoiut wiihoutnaia. Jt nkofpsr
tici. triKtirrt-r U 11 IVoouxt )l I) AtluttlTi.
Hood Pitr for Ainti.
mo. uiit llti.ir our nae llonxi .Sz la II
I Writ' la J u. kJcl.urily .U Co. tit. Ituli Mo.
so. utai ceiling- our nio iiwhi .v iiimi.
! Cnn A H"EEK. $l3sdsr at home easily mads.
biiIci tnonrjr lelllna- our Fimllr KMI
rlnet no eMisl roolred. t-TsSDiar
CvccCo.. lUTPcirtSL XiVoik.
13 13 tVUW A4dRMSTlliaowfcOa.raitlud.Uii!
I ?si fn FrUl'9ir'r 1tln 31 hoari. free lo poor.
flJJSLflfe? fiV 'Acia.9SUAiMBalt..tc.LoHla7Ka.
Tuu i it ..ikn TguruuBKikTi icrssand
it V 0 outai tree A Idra H JUUM k UM'oitiaad.Ua
"X.vk -ih tio.mT"
"frrlv irsirTssrc to jkikktiskks
!' on i " the Atlrtrtifnnl
CONSUMPTON CAN E CURED I
n B BHfl BH P
A r. ooonYKoosrnt
rpm in leu t r.
dseiffS-Ilaneh on rrjror;a Creek fifteen ranes
XV. C. I'ATTOX &. CO
Vlnlla It To
Fmroth rrop In Ihe left par.
rtoisil brnn-Ied rnme on tin left h'p.
Vlnlta. I. To
Orerblt In tho left ear crop nml overtoil Is
i C on left hip or aMe nn.l nvVY.o ttlrntf of
rlxtil s'l nr hip.
Rnnxe- dnlurl I'rt-oV
Vlnlla I. T.
t"top off left our ami ernp aril plll In rljht eat
!1M7-Nenr Vlnlla IT.
Oossnla I. T.
Hmlerlilt In let enr orerlill In right.
Jtqiiyc - I'.lplil inllra north of Clarcmoro.
T. O. HALL
Vllllta I. T.
tjti'lerblt In ench ear. I torso liraml rarae aa os
TUtue - f lot w.n ralitn ami Tryor'a Crooks.
Ii. XV. JtILIOLt
Prjror'a Creak I. T.
Crop ami split In left enr swallow forklnrlgst
J. A TIIOSIPsJON
Tlnlla I. T.
flnflerhalf cnip o-i left ear nml split In rlfb
W. O. OIIA.-tlJJtliUX-IlS
Vlllltu I T
Orenlopo In left ear.
J. C IIOGAN
Furor's C'rrek I T.
Bwallow fork and. umlerblt In right eari n
ilerslope In left I Lm yt 1'ror a Creek.
Vlnlta I. T.
Uniertlnpe In each ear. llange Vrrot't Creek.
W mllei south of Vln ts near M. K. & X. B.H.
Iloa.1 llraml-Uft W loin.
Vlnlta I. T.
- Warn JBini
Crop off left ear. overblt In rlyhL KA-.
P.1.00 Cfrkl "?.(1 "-. Crop sal
IpUt la left ear swallow fork In right sax.
x. vr. urE
OostkU I T
veopaM VBoertlt an ovsrbllln rlsM sat "
jwattew fork aiil nrulett.it In left nolelisl Is
KtMft-lWwW Yirtlfrts sntj 0Mft i
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Ross, William P. & Scroggs, J. W. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, September 28, 1883, newspaper, September 28, 1883; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70778/m1/4/: accessed October 25, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.