Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 30, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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PH L. AOAIfl.
IF I COULD CHOOSE.
t wouM not dare though It srrrfl offered me
To pls.it mr lot for but ns'nslo dart
pi (uro am I that all mr llfo would bo
Marked with a blot In token b( nj sway.
Qutjrero It grnnto! me thli dr to choose
One aUlnlnjr hoad from tho world's Jeweled
faror and fortune I would quick rcfuso
To CP richer and morecostlr thing;.
With thli lira ro tnl'emsn upon mr brenst
1 could bo ruler of mr rebel soul:
Vnown tlila Rem U toitnmmand the trtt
It It tho Kolttnoor called eoir-Controll
It Is tho wlckeUa-ato to broad estates.
To peaceful slopes nnd mountnlm blue and
CalmtrowoJ Content boj-ond tho border
And eren love s.ts In tin sunshine there.
Hn sullen face trotrn upon tho street '
No grati-d windows no grim prison watlst
o rlnhUng chains nro bound on convict's
And on tun car no engr discord falls.
Mrllfe's swift river widens to the soi
Tbo careless babble or the brook If past;
A few Into roses blossom still for mo
Hut spring Is irone nnd summer cun not lint
Had 1 begun with morning's rosr strength
To seek tho Itowor that on llfo a summit
. it hare found mredelwcls at length.
And on the purplo heights nara gained re-
Vosc Hut I haro loitered and the hour Is latei
Worn aro mr feet nnd wearrlsmy handi
lean butpusli njnrtliomasslrogatn
I lean tut look into tbo lleulah land.
Hut friends. It nif poor lore could hsro Its
And btmtom Into bless'ntrs on each soul.
This Is thn verjr prarcr that I would prari
Orant to men's lives tho power of self con
Mat Itdeu Smith fit CovortgntlonalliU
A Story of Life In the Great
BY ALVA MILTON KERR.
lOonniaiiT 1RM nr tub A. N. Ktixooa
CIIAITEIt V. COXTINDKO. "
That tho hearty Joel took account of It
wits scarcely probable nnd tho easy-
iinturcil Harry unci nny discrimina-
tion in one's own favor Is seldom pain-
fully i hid only now and then mlltllv
protested against Ills mother's too
obvious unftilmoss. Hut boyond this
John E.irllng had no kinder friend or
ono more lovod than Harry Whitney.
K'ory thing that tlioy possessed
wns shared in common though
tbls division with an eyo to its
perpetuity was much jruarded from
the fcrret-liko cyct of Sirs. Whitnoy.
That lady In tho presenco of the mas-
ter of the house was ever patronizing-
ly pleasant to their youthful pensioner
but lest John Karling should pass her
idol on tho path of life or out of selfish
hatred thai this hapless child should
live upon their substance she laid upon
him many grievous rules. Ono per-
haps moro keenly liko a lash than any
other since John Enrling's thirst for
reading seemed boundless from tho
first was that ho should not share his
comrado's books beyond tho common
lesson of tho day. This deprivation
too was doubled by tho fact that Mrs.
Whitney purchased for her son books
In season nnd out of season books
suited to his years and books bevond
Ms comprehension books tint ho liked
nnd Jioolcs ho would not read which in
tho end swerved from her evident
ambition to fattcu her onu son
mentally whilo leaving lili com-
rado lean; for tho generous Harry
would not have It so. and In this ono
regard feeling so acutely Its injustice
John Karling accepted them at his In-
sistence and fed upon their contents
whilo others slopt or in tho wood-
land under some protecting tree had
many an enchanted hour. Hut how-
ever little others took cognizance of
this condition of a Hairs Absalom and
Ether were not so numbed of lovo and
its absorbing dreams as to bo obliv-
ious. Very much nlho they were;
uoftly directing Mrs. Whitney's nar-
rowness of notion to her own coiifu-
biou oft and sedulously olTsettlng her
niggardliness by secret kindness to
John Earllng. Vet ni tho seasons
passed tho lad flinched more nnd moro
under tho thorny burden of Ills depend-
ence; often casting about In his mind
for sonic fonslblo means of shifting it.
Hut turn which wavho would his honor
would not let him bo ungrateful to his
benefactor. Thus it transpired that at
the ago of twclvo John Karling went
ono day to Joel Whitnoy's ofllco and
told him gravely that hu wished to go
"I'shaw!" said that blunt person;
'keel) to school boy; keep to school."
"2o" returned John Karling ear-
nestly "I want to cam iny living sir;
I can study In tho evenings."
Joel turned Ills large person about
upon his revolving stool and looked at
tho boy In astonishment. Then ho
erkednrortof laughingchuck: "Win
ivhat's tho matter? Don't I furnish
you enough to cat? Think you could
tarn more eh?"
"No. sir; that Is not it" said the boy
looking down. ! only want to pay
you for 3 our kindness sir."
"Pshaw!" burst out Joel; "keep to
school boy. ltetter not lot Harry get
tthead of you" and ho turned toltts
esk. Alter waiting a moment he
looked around. Tho boy was standing
there. Well you' ro not going toglvo
It up oh?"
"I would rather not sir."
Joel looked at him curiously ti mo
rieut nnd with another chuck deeper
down In his great neck ho murmured:
"it's got tho kjnd! a Iruo chip; I ox-
ptctcd It." Then regarding tho boy
tt little longer with a misty sort of staro
h aroused himself. "C'otno lit when
you como from school this afternoon"
lm said; "J'll think it over."
When John Karling entered that
afternoon ho had all his school-books
in h package under h!s nnn. Joel
noticed this and laughed- "Well
spunk" ho said "you're- bound to do
"1 want to sir" said tho boy with a
"Well J'vo Concluded to com pro-
nilKi with you" said Joel with twink-
ling mcs. "Vou keen on with your
.cltool until you're Illtcon then you
cm work in tho store. How will that
Tin boy turned a little nnd stood bo-
lldn lliu window looking obliquely into
llumtiuit but eldently seeing nothing.
Joel silt witli hU back against lili desk
mid watched tho boy with n quizzical
look "(.'ould I pay vou by working
the years?" fald the lad vtituout turn-
lug fils dcs.
l'ay mu for what?"
"For what you Jtavo Jons for mo
M'shavM I liavo dono no moro for
you than I Mould boy. If you over go
lo work for mu I siinll pay jou tho
MMO n any one clss."
Uut IliW 10 Joint Karling did not
Mwtu to jc.tnecl It's obligation In. tiny
isHise for without bccming to notice it
omM; "I would ruthor begin now
hut If vou bid nio. fir. I will wait until
I nut nftWMf I"")- it' I couimcuco at
MleiV m4 work tmtll I qm twenty
MU Vim will Mivo what books I
rit! tuy okAHIiik;. I would work It
) uuliovi yon tlun't owo m
s u lu'i' brut"
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. ami i.ii)i iibw u
L2t M. ST2 T"UsT
"Well well when you aro fifteen
you can go to work. Wo will fix It
somo way" nnd Joel 'turned to his
desk. After tho lad had gono ho turned
his head nnd watched him pass up tho
street; ot ambling liko many boys of
like years or running a little way nnd
stopping to loiter liko others but with
a clear nnd resolute step. When ho
passed out of sight Joel garo a llttlo
nod and murmured ngaint "Yes it's
sandl" nndntthoond otthopago ho wan
writing whnn ho laid thoblotteron tho
wet ink nnd dropped his hugn llstupon
It bo said sgaln: "It's sand!"
Openstono during these years hnd
materially expanded. It lnpiicd down
very prettily on either sldo of tho soft-
ly beveled hill and spread north nnd
south along Its level spine. Many of
tho homes wcro nulto pretentions
mixed with neat cottages and laced
from end to end with flowers soft
maples and evergreens. Illotches there
were ot bad buildings and faults that
decay nlono knows how to soften and
makn somewhat pleasant to the eyo;
but Openstono in tho main was clean
and broad of street and to tho alert
American eyo not unsightly. Looked
at from tho'dlstnuco it scorned not un-
like somo hugn white llnwcr freckled
with brown nnd streaked with green
that newly blossomed on tho pralrlo's
edge. To tho eyo long fed upon tho
mossy softened outlines of tho Old tho
town perhaps wcro n product to light-
ly leavo besido tho way but nt tho end
of all that might bo said about it in
derision or defense tho fact would yet
remain that Openstono was fair to
those who built it and nu amazing
cidcnco of energy and zest It por-
h.ips nnd thousands more thatsitupon
tho lap of this great West could not
bo matched in all tho world's
life for pleasant homes when moasured
by its length ot years. Liko n magic
product it had burst tho soil in ono
swift night and flowered and even nt
its flowtt.cg ocmcd moro beautiful to
many tutu its older sisters sitting
among tho far-off hills tho sun had
crossed to kiss it. Uut after nil tho
soul's real windows nro in thn heart
and thoso who wrought in Openstono
and loved Its breezy newness might
through aflcctlon nvcrrato It nnd In
tho end repent them that thoy wcro not
silent l'or doubtless it wns much as
other villages a ninrt In somo sort of
littlo spites nnd puerile ends of many
not unholy hopen and humnno deeds.
Indeed live thousand lives could hard-
ly follow on the heels of separata pur-
poses within ono murmuring hivo mid
never clash together In its paths. Much
wholesome well-conditioned blood
thero was in Openstono. and in tho
main tho machinery of Its body worked
with smoothness and dispatch; yet
thoro wcto veins of evil blood and spots
diseased that brought convulsions in
tho end. Quito hidden wcro these poi-
soned placos at tho first and in truth
wcro never over-patent to the careless
eye; but left unpruned they grow nnd
sapped And shook tho region bitterly.
Tho heart of Openstono consisted of
a spacious square and at th heart of
that a court-houso webbed about with
maples nnd a leafy park. To north
and south nnd cost and west tho streets
ran out with rows of shade trees to the
fields savo at tho western quarter where
they broko against tho river but leaped
over nt two points by bridges and
wound away among tho trees and farm-
steads won with speechless labor from
Uesldo tho river stretched tho mur-
muring mills flanked by tho dam that
backed its still and polished waters
halt a league to northward among tho
plums nnd willows and everywhere
wns thrift and seeming plenty. Joel
Whitney owned tho largest mill upon
tho stream; a hugo whito building full
of littlo dusty windows and a low un-
ceasing whirr. Hero ho enmo at divers
timos to direct thu labors of tho men
who moved nbo.it among tho endless
belts and pipes and tittering hoppers
in tho powdery somi-light look-
ing strange nnd misty. Uut
in the main ho kept at his big storo
upon the square; and hero tho next
morning nfter John Karling's lutcr-
low while Joel was rather slowly run-
ning his lingers up a row of figures in
ids ledger Absalom Heater burst in
upon him something liko n shock.
" They've fired!" ho well-nigh yelled.
Joel jumped and turning with nu an-
gry wrinkle in his forehead demanded;
"Fired what you ratllchoad?"
"Fired on Sumter SnmliH or
somuthln't I'm goln'l" nud out ho
Joel Whitney tunic 1 on his siool
nml sold very emphatically: "Tho
deucol" Then ho laughed. Next he
put on his lint nud wns putting on hh
coat to go out when Absalom re-entered
with such velocity that ho struck tho
capacious perton of Joel amidships
who shut his arms instinctively about
him and together they sat down heavi-
ly upon tho floor. I'm goln' to cet
married! " crlod Absalom raking his
noso along Joel's rest buttons ns they
"Thunder nnd lightnlu'! aru you
crazv?" said Joel glaring at him.
"They've lireil! I nigoiii' in thn tnorn-In'Hiottogetmarriodto-ulght!"
Absalom catching up f-omo things
about tho room that belonged to him
nnd Hying nut much as If h wero thot
from a mortar.
Joul looked about him for a moment
both milled and confused; then his
good natur.) hnd Its way nud hu hat
down nud laughed. He wns accus-
tomed to Absalom's Impetuous manner
of doing things but since that perspir-
ing jonth had begun to enter tho
quieter kingdom of manhood this vio-
lence of his had In n measure spent
itsolf; but in periods of grout moment
nnd excitement Absalom's ligor was
clearly unabated and Joel Whitney
thinking of it broke into a frush lit of
laughter. Ho had not well dono shak-
ing when Julius I'opp came hustling in.
Julius I'opp lawjer was tho father
of Klher 1'ojip; he was also possussed
of a daughter younger than sho
christened Voslit a son too of yet
fewer summers was of his loins and
him hu had proudly christened Balvo.
Whether or not this latter iinino fell
naturally to tho child sinco Julius
I'opp saluted him ns hU real first-born
having no previous malo issue or
sprang from Julius' inordluato taste
for swollen glittering words could not
perhaps bo dcliuately set down. At
all events Mrs. l'ojip wns of n gentle
unassuming tuni nnd whatever odd-
lies lurked about her children and
their names ono felt instlncthely ha-1
fallen from their sire. Thnt mercurial
1erson was of medium height n touch
otv-lcggod and stooping just a llttlo
at the knee as ho stopped. His eyes
wero of a rather doubtful hue as was
also tho mintacho on his lip which
seemed ever turning Its tendrils up
to pick somo Indefinable quarrel with
his nose. To mollify theso members
Juli'is l'oiip spont not :i llttlo time
stroking tho onu and gently rubbing
tho other. Indeed Jtiliiu had seem-
ingly hot apart and dedicated his left
hand exclusively to their service save
wi'.li tho iurthcr .extraneous duty of
very fivoucntly adjusting his hat.
That portion of his apparel was ever a
stiff silk and though much brushed it
seemed always a llttlo rusty and behind
the prevailing mode. A very nccurato
twio It was iiotrorer indicating with
infallible clearness tho incttal weather
iOf tie woarcr. Uy times it rested very
nearly upon hi nose again Mell unck
upon thu head then jauntily upon one
bide aud at long Intervals quarolv
upon the crown as if some grim and
firm resolve to inuko n conquest of tbo
woild hud formed beneath 1L That
ill MMMMJM IMI1 111 rw"vrr- "f'-'f
f a wolgbt to tip tho world
tho way it went had over been
oveitnkou nnd dispatched by Ju-
lius wns nt least not widely
talked of. His pi nro of business or to
bo moro truthful Mrs. I'opp's place of
buslntss tor sho owned tho premises
lay a littlo to the wcsttvnitl of tho
square. It was a narrow building of
wood sitting upon n lather high foun-
dation ot brick. In tho basement lay
a barber ' . separated from which
by n partition ij tho ofllco of Julius
I'opp nttorney at law ns announced
by n sign upon tho outsido scarcely
less Inflammatory than tho barber's
pole. Abovo In tho front room Mrs.
I'opp hnd a sort of drc.si-mnklng cs-
tablisUment. This wns reached by a
short flight of steps and a narrow
porch that oxtended ncross tho front of
tho house. This had been built pre-
sumably for Julius' benefit; nt least he
had spent such quantities of tlino sit-
ting upon it with Ids chair tipped back
nnd his heels upon tho rail watching
time nnd dreams and substance float
from hi in In tho smoko of his cigar
that Mrs. 1'onp considering tho fact
thnt sho furnished In great part tho
before-mentioned kubstnncc had
turned tho porch into n sort of green-
house or conservatory from which she
derived some prollt by the sale of
bulbs nnd flowering plants. Jiiliuo
thus bereft of his lounging-plnce did
not however nsMrs. i'opp had hopod
remain materially longer in his ofllco
1clow with n probablo iuereisd In tho
volume of Ills business though this
pcthapS worn not so Inconsistent since
on the whole this voluma wns rather
apparent than actual but sought nnd
found other loss Innocont though
moro conjeninl places to nlr himself
nnd his opinions In. I'non tho day In
question tho position of Ids headgear
seemed unusually confused.
"Morning Whitney morning!" bo
said with n flourish of his hand.
"Thoy'vo put 'er to tho touch sir
thoj'vo put 'er to the touch! (lad but
they're brilliant down there! They're
slick and brilliant you know!"
Joel looked at him in a dazed sort of
way. "What tho douco is all this
about?" ho nsked.
"Thoy'vo fired on Sumter sir; fired
on tho flag! They'ro brilliant sir
brilliant! (lot the whole parapner-
nalia nnd machinery of tho Nation un-
der their thumb ns it were! As tho lis
lustrious Henry said: Tho war Is act-
ually begun. Tho next gale' "
"l'shawl" exploded Joel "what
does it amount to? a tncro scars: Abe
wlllput 'em down in short-order."
"Certainly sir certainly; wo nabobs
of tho North havo only to seize tho dla-
lcmuia by tho horns sir nnd"
"When did they make tho attack?"
"Vosterdcy; It was brilliant!"
"Oil well they're a parcel of fools."
"Certainly sir certainly; what wo
want to do is to eheckmnto them nt
once. Something brilliant you know;
something slick and brilliant! Lincoln
should order out ten thousand men
nnd srt cep tho wholo infernal lot into
the sea sir! I"
"Oh it won't amount to anything"
growled Joel nud he got up and start-
ed out uut was run into at tho door by
Absalom. That sweaty worthy seized
Julius by tho hand without looking at
vt iittney ana siiooK mm around mo
room crying explosively as they went:
"They've tired on 'cm! I'm goln' in
tho momln'l Got to get married to-
night can I liav 'er?"
"Tnko whatever you're after!" shout-
ed Julius doubling up and trying to
get his hand out of Absalom's grip.
"Illess you my children!" cried tho
panting joutli catching him about the
neck; "they've lired! Hurrah for the
liccnsel" nnd out he flow.
Julius picked up his hat and cano
and pulling tho former very far down
upon Ills nose he glared at tho laughing
Joel and squealed: "What did the wild-
"Why ho nsked jon for yonr
daughter's hand In marriage ami you
gavo jour consent." laughed .Tool.
"iiid ho? Dqm me now this is bril-
liant. Well he's a liknlv young hound
anyway. So he wants Kther? Wi-ll I
thought it would come to that. It's
brilliant! What else was he tnlkln'
"Ho said hu was going in tho morn-
ing. I Mipposo he means he is going
to tho war.
"Tho dickens!" Mild Julius and he
started oil' very springy nt tho knees
"Here" si"l Joel si hero aro jou
going to havo the wedding?"
"Oh well 1 dum mo! this is
"Havo It up to our house. If he
goes. Kther can st.ty right along just as
she has Ij.'oii "
Joel walked homeward rnthorslowei
thnu usual with his eyes follon Ing but
not consciously seeing the sidewalk
just before his feet Here and there
wero knots of excited talkers nil dia-
cusIng tho newly-inaugurated war nnd
its probable duration. Somo spoke to
him but ho merely nodded nnd rontin-
ud turning this red and reeking prob-
lem to nndfro In his mind: "1 think it
will pay" he said tohimsoltas heenmo
to tho gate. "It will certainly help
liuslne.-f" nnd ho wont In. Mrs.
Whitney was In a tremor over tho
nev but Joel diverted her mind nt
onco Into n less fearful but scareuly
loss exciting channel by apprising her
with a burst of laughter of Absalom'
precipitate intention. "I invited Pom
to havo fie wedding here" ho added.
Mrs. Whitney looked dumfounded.
Joel cujojed this and laughed until he
iiuito strangled. II lit hu had not wholly
llnUIied when John Karling ami Harry
coming home from school brought tt
uoto from Mr. I'opp to Mrs. Whitney
saying that her daughter would bo
marrh-d tit home and prit) ing that Mm
would give the girl her liberty dlroctly
after dinner if convenient.
Mrs. Whitney luokitd rulioved when
she had ruud thus far but clouded
uguln ivhon sho rend the invitation to
herself and husband to bo present at
the ceremony. She handed tho note to
Joel. At tho conclusion ot its perusal
ho fetched n chuckle: "Of course you
are going sis?''
Mrs. Whitney got up with her tlilrr
lips closed very tight and her head
jerking back it little nnd went to tho
window; Jnol laughed. -It wouldn't
go to Its hired-girl's wedding wouldn't
It?" lie queried. Mrs. Whitney only
puckered her thlu lips tighter and
looked out.. "Wouldn't It go to lis
hired-girl's fuuor.il I wonder wouldn't
It?" ho laughed.
Mrs. Whitney tapped her foot and
"O fudge! Coino now" said Joel
"you know they rre Just us good ns
wo daro be If wo havo got the most
money. Of course we ulll go. Tho
girl who has cooked out victuals for
ten J cars. It she Is cross-eyed aud
freckled Is as good a girl as ever wore
a flounce!" Joel smote the stuffed arm
of his chair until the dust came.
"Of tours I suppose wo must go"
said Mrs. Whitney In a rather biting
"Of courso I suppose wo will go!"
blurted Joel "and if thoro Is n pair of
gold-pegged wlilto satin slippers in
town and u diamond chain as long as
your arm our hired-girl shall wear 'em
Mrs. Whitney gave hint such a scorch
ing look that JoA burst into laughter
and catching her in his arms pushed
her into tho dining-room before him.
When they were nontd at the table
and Kther canio in with rod cheek to
fcirvo them iiith coffee Joel turned Ills
bead bsck otcr his shoulder and winked
with intlnlto enjoyment
fro bb cojfraum
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No man is juttltiod in ilpvotln
nimsnii to aiuusting i:io inuiTiutiai
HOME FARM AND QAflOEN.
Ha cnrofnl In focdlnir new com.
rho old. woll-drlod corn should bo fod
first so ns to givo tho now corn nj
much tlmo ns posslblo for drying.
Tnko thick sllcos of dry broad dip
n cold water and frv In butter or but-
-cr nnd lard mltoJ using a llttlo salt
serving Immediately; nlco for broak-
fast. The Vnttrtr.
An oxchnniro savs that Ivory ornn-
ments may bo cleaned by rubbing thorn
with unsaltcd butter nnd placing thorn
thus in the sun. Atlorwnrd rub with
Saueofor a Puddlngt ltubtogother
a pleco of butter ns largo ns an egg
nnd n tcacupful of moist or lino sugar.
Ileal ono egg tho yolk nnd whlto scp-
nrntoly untfi as light as posslblo; stir
this evenly Into tho butter nud sugar.
Add spice if liked. Toltilo lllmle.
W. W. Itawson an nuthoilty In
celery growing does not bellero with
somo growers that celery blight is
caused by an Insect but thnt tho insect
which appears on loaves beginning to
docny Is invited by thedccni. nnd Is not
the occasion of luDetrvit Tribunt.
Arrowroot Pudding: Ono pint of
ni'iU' two tablcspoonstul of nrrowroot
two cgg halt-cup of sugnr hnlf tea-
spoon! it each of cinnamon and nut-
meg lloll tho mllK and stir in tho nr-
rowroot which has been dissolved in a
llttlo water; tako from tho lire add tho
other Ingredients nnd bnkoin nn earth-
enwaro dish In a quick oven. Ex-
change Thero aro ninny r I'' about the
garden and vnrd where ; .uo Is room
for a fruit troo of somo kind or forn
row of currant gooseberry rnspbeiry
or blackberry bushos. 'iliero is no
better place for thoo than along the
fenco In tho yard. Tlo tho raspberries
and blackberries lo tho fence to keep
them In place nnd h ive nlco fruit and
easy picking. Chicago Journal.
Farmers' Mlncc-Piei Four bowls
of apples two bowls of beef ono bowl
of suet tlirco bawls ot sugar ono tea-
cupful ot molasses one dcssirt-spnnn-fill
ench of cinnamon cloves nllspiee
nutmeg nnd a 1 ttlo salt. Put nw.ty In
n J.ir what you do not use nt once.
Moisten when you bake iiilh sneet
elder or current wine. (Fruit ono
bo ! of raisins ono ot currants nnd a
littlo citron.) Chicaqo Actw.
TESTING BEEF BREEDS.
Ksperlmmits Which lliri Never tilieti
Hatlifurlorjr and Itellablo It suits.
Tho leading meat-producing breed
ot cattle that havo been developed In
(Srcat Hrltain have been In this coun-
try many years nnd tho superiority ol
either ot thorn over the scrub or so-
called "native" stock of most of tho
States has boon acknowledged by feed-
ers butchers nud consumers. Still
tho majority of farmers nro In doubt in
relation to the relative merit" of the
different btceds. They till desiro to
keep cattlo of tho breed that matures
thu earliest produces tho grcateft
weight tor the amount of food con-
sumed aud furnishes the finest meat
with the least waste. Tho breeders ol
short-horn Hereford polled Angus
Suffolk and Djvon cattlo havo clnlmod
every point of merit for tho breed they
aro Interest d In. Many of them are
doubtlessly honest in extolling the
breed thei koep over nil others. It is
as natural that a man should prefer the
cattlo he keeps ns that hu should con-
sider tho members of Ids own Limlly
superior to tho people of tho neighbor-
hood where ho llvo. A careful and
p.tinst.iklng breeder ordinarily has n
strong nttuchmmt for the animals ho
raises. Fancy has much to do In caus-
ing n man to select ti particular bre 'd
of animals and nn old adage runs:
"There is no accounting fortaste."
Tho majority of persons in tho
country who ralso animals for boot aru
as undecided in regard to tho compar-
ative merits of tho dltlorcnt breeds as
they wcro before thero wcro any dis-
cussions respecting tho matter. Thn
few agricultural colleges In tho coun-
try that perform any" experiments in
cittie-foeding havo not lentuied to
tost tho merits of tho different breods
probably for tho renson that they fear
to glvo offeno to breeders. It was
generally believed that tho establish-
ment of live-stock shows would do
much to determlno which breed of cat-
tle was the most lirofitablo to ralso for
bocf. Hut thu displays of fine speci-
mens of tho dutercnt breeds apparent-
ly made It more difficult than ever to
dccldo which was the best. For t'tls
reason It was urged that n display of
live cattlo was not sufllclent to enable
persons to determlno tho comparative
merits of tho different brcd. Accord-
ingly specimens of different breeds of
tho "same ago wero slaughtered and
their meat inspected by experts in
order to determlno which was tho best.
Hut tho bldck test did not dccldo the
controversy In telntion to superior
merit In a few instances tho micro-
scope was used for examining tho
dressed meat and It was then sub-
looted to the table test after It had
been roasted or broiled.
All tho tests that have been made
however for ib tormlnlng tho relative
value of the diuVrjnt breods have not
resulted in convincing peoplo that one
breed is greatly superior to tho otltors.
Jinny contend that food exerci.es a
more important inlliienoo on the qual-
ity of boef than the breed of the ani-
mal. Prof. J. W. Sanborn ot tin Mis-
souri Agricultural Co'lego slates b
the result of numerous experiments
made by him that tho kind of food
and the manner In which It Is pre-
pared oxert it wonderful inlluoneo on
the quantity and quality of the flosh of
nil kinds of nnlnia'x. Two steers of
the- same breed and of the same ago
nnd size will furnish meat of very dif-
ferent qualities If the food cutcn by
each is d!slmilnr The meat of onn
may bo bountifully marbled while that
of the other will havo all tho fat d
posited on the surface. Ho contends
thnt thn comparative value of the dif-
ferent breeds can onlv li del rminvd
by subjeet'ng several speoimens of
each to tltesamo cnurso of feedlu; dur-
ing tho entire tfrlod of their growth
or at least from t'io lime they nro
weaned till they nro slauhlero 1. A
correct test of n l.iood can in his opin-
ion only bo made iihon animals of
dlffcrent'brncds nru supplied with tho
same kinds of food.
The experiment ito waver fairly con-
ducted will not delluitely determlno
the comparative merits of tho different
breeds for various sections nt the coun-
try. It may conclusively show which
breed Is the most profitable lo keep In
Central Missouri and other sections of
tho country where tho climate mil prr-
toct'on nro similar. At the latitude
named tho winters nto not severe
blue-grass abounds timothy and
clover tire used for hay and corn is
generally fed to cattle' Intended for
slaughter. Tho breed shown to bo tfto
bist for this -ectlon of tho country
may not be tho best breed for the ex-
treme South where the grazing i
poor whore no clover is grown and
where earn l too scarce to use for fat-
tening cattlo. Neither will it show
which Is tho best breed of cattlo for the
range and ranch whore animals have
no protection during the winter win ra
no grass is converted Into hay and
where thero Is no grains to feed. One
valuable fact however is all thai
should bo expected us tlu result o
Auy expetlment Other experiments
can bo tried with a view to dntermin-
Ing tbo best breed of cattle for the cattle-gran
ing States and the great
A BIQ THIMBLE.
The Kins; of Hlftm's Flnulr TTeoMlnB
Cllft to Ills llrlite.
As a rule tho vast number of articles
invontcd for fcmnlo two nml.prnamcnt
undergo nn illimitable chango In form
and style according as thnt wonderful
damo fashion or rather her prlmo
ministers dictates but tho career of
tho thimblo has been less erratic than J
that of nnv other nttlclo. Tito thimblo
wns a Dutch invention of a very early
date and enmo Into general uso thero
In those days when Holland wan n
mighty nation. Its first introduction
into England wns inado In tho year
1C95 by a cunning craftsman named
John lifting who seized on tho idea
and set up what wns then considered a
largo manufactory a smnll storeroom
and nn open shed nt Islington Lon-
don. Tito invention speedily caught
tho public taste nnd for somo tlmo
everybody bought thimbles for ornn-
ment not for use. Therein John lift-
ing gained exceeding prollt. Hut
whon its ndvantogi ns tin nrtlclo of ns-
slstnnco In nccdlc-work canio to bo
recognized honor nnd profit combined
to mnko John Lofting wealthy nnd
of course other nnd improved manu-
factories speedily followed.
It was first known ns a thimble from
tho Mord thumb nnd bell nnd nil
records sas that It was originally worn
on tho thumb but It seems hardly con-
cclvnblo that it could havo been' of
much nso there. Then they wcro mado
only ot brass nnd iron; now wo havo
them composed of steel silver gout
ivory pearl ruul oven glass.
Hut It has remained for tho King ot
Slam to outstrip all competitors. Hav-
ing seen tho English nnd American
Indies nt his court using thimbles ho
wns struck with their benefit nnd de-
termined to introd.ico them nmongst
his own people. Even in Slam there
wcro fashions but oven in Slam there
must bo a fcmnlo leader for such ar-
ticles as those. Hut tho King being
about to bo married thought ho would
mnko his brldo a present that would
solvo tho difficulty. Tho royal flower
and In fact tho Impress ol every tiling
about tho court is tho lotus. In pattern
of which tho King ordered his present
nnd tho Quccit consort of Slam owns
therefore a gold thimblo shaped liko n
lotus bud and thickly studded with
diamonds which aro so arranged ns to
form tho lady's name anil tho dato of
her marriage. As tho Siamcso
lnnguago is by no menus deficient in
words nnd signs it may therefore
bo readily understood that tho dia-
monds nro plentiful nnd tho thimblo
unwcarably large. San Francisco Ar-
gonaut. FACTS FOR CLER KS.
Aritlcr M'lilch i:rrrr Itrlall Salesman
hlioulil Take to Heart.
There aro somo customers who know
I exactly what they want and rcqulro no
advice from the watting clone mo
suggesting salesman Mill bo wlso to
hold himself in cheek as soon as it be-
comes apparent that ho Is dealing with
n customer who is competent to mnnngo
affairs on his sldo ot the counter. Somo
customers nro ignorant of the stock tho
resources In nny particular branch of
trade; such may bo helped by tho clerk
who knows. Other buyers know what
the trado can supply and know just
what they want to get. Tho discerning
clerk will adapt himself to whichever
sort of patron ho has before him. I ho
clerk who is nil zeal nud littlo tact of ten
nssiimcs that tho customer Is Ignorant
of his own wants and ignorant of what
facilities tho trndo has to supply them
nnd so offends the buyers by patroniz-
ing proffers of his supposed superior
Information. Tho intelligent man will
waver in allegiance to any establish
ment that compels him to como in per-
sonaVcontact with employes iiho per
sistently address him from a piano of
superior knowledge lho satisfactory
clerk Is tho ono who knows when to
seem to know n good denl nnd when not
to. Da Moines Trade Journal.
-A cciUtln llttlo girl is vory quick
with an answer. Sho has a roguish
uncle who loves dcaily to teaso her.
Ono night ho suddenly blew out a
lamp. "WIij- where did the light go?"
ho asked opening his eyes wide nt
Ednn. "It gocd out bo course" an-
swered tho littlo ono promptly. Al-
Ozs. Rctcs Inoalls Qunrtonnastcr-Gcn-cral
says tit. Jacobs Oil Is tho best pain-cure.
Governors and other officials recommend
Rod Star Cough Cure ns safe prompt suro.
Price twcnty.flvo cents a bottle
Kemalz dancers wero first Introduced In
tho ballet in 1C81. Homo of them arowltli
us vet. Camlirld'jt Cironltle.
8S0O Not Called l'or.
Itsocms strangoUint it is necessary to
persumlo men that you can euro their dis-
eases by offering a premium to tho tnau
who falls to reccivo bunellt. And yet Dr.
Bago undoubtedly cured thousands of cases
of bbstlnato catarrh with his "Catarrh
llcmedy" who would noverliavonpplloJ to
him If it hail not been for his offer of tho
above sum for an lncuroblo case. Who is
tla next bidder lor euro or cash)
IHEiiEaro thirty thousand brass band j
m win country. it.ai accounts for our ter-
rible wind storms. Jhiton Tranitrtut.
A Dcel?.l Woman
Is the lady who uios cosmetics facolotlons
whlto Icail bismuth powders arsenic etc.
In tho belief of cnrUhiuif and boatitlfylns
tho comploxlon. It Is but temporary and
ultlroatoly destroys tho akin boyond tho
power of naturo to restore. Ktopltl Btop
It cow and uso only Dr Hartor's Iron
Tonic which Imparts tho vigor aud loveli-
ness vf youth.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANS.sB CITY IV. "S.
XWri.l'. Shipping- steer IS'. to 4 St
Native .oi tl ID Ct B 10
Ilutcsu-rV ittrrs H M in 8 ;i
IIOOH-CiwkI la rhotoe heavy A H i 10
IV1!E.VT-Ku. reil i''.' Ti
No. 3 tort i.e.'' .1
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1AT-No. i J irr'4
ItYK-No. 3 41 (k W-i
fl.Ofll-rwr lr weU .. IV (t iw
IIAY Xew SiO ft SW
UtTTTKK-nMilee rir.ne. rjr 3t H sj
l-HHlMr.-l!! orru.n is H Hi
IKHIfl-ChoU .. .... t '
HACPN-Ham 10 w 10' l
HhottbJcr S '. 6'i
Hide . a a CH
r.AIII) l'ia V
t'OTATOHS SO i
CATTLlJ-WilppInK iti. . . .1 tt I SO
HuusWv strrrs .. am a 4i
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HIIIlP.I'-Fftlrloeh.MLO .... XUI H 3 ft)
r'LOUIt-ClllcC sts J a)
lVIIi:.vTKn.3rt1 . f- M
f-OKN No. S tt t' Si
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HYB-Nu. .. .. ... . M MIJ
IIUTTKIt-CrcJmerj . . II i R
POIIIt II' II W
CATTt.lI-Sblpplogstiors. .. 8 V in
HOOS-I'ocliinc and shipping ilfi & i A
BlIKKlrolrtochatre.. .. 3 W O JW
FJ.OUKWmU'rheat a on sua
COHN-No.J ai t-H
OATS-No. 3 'Alia H
UYB-NO.S M (I W
UUTTKIl-Crcamery a) is 33
CATTLK-Tcxas'and Colorado IflO in
HOOS-Oood to choice i V) & id
PLOUt-Oood to choice ... SM (i 5 JO
WHEAT-Ko. J red .. l (i HJ
COftN-No.3 . i (t SJ4
OATO-Wcttem ulxe4 CI 87
HUTrEllCreBmery ... 1 to W
pome . it nm M
A XVnnrterfot rribtk of Nature
is sometimes exhibited Jit our publlo exhi-
bitions. When wo goiuupon somo ot tho
peculiar froalt damo nuturo occasionally
indulges In our minds rlvcrt bnolc to tho
creation of man "who IsVo fCtrfully and
wonderfully miulo." Tho tnystcrlos of his
nnturo havo licon unraveled by Dr. It. V.
odgo of thoso mysteries holins been ablo
In nrennro his '(loltlan Meillrnl niseov.
1 torco oi uuii4to ami iiirragni nis itnowi
ro his 'Uoldon Medical Dlscor
cry" whicn is n spcciuo lor mi biooa taints
poisons and humors such n& scrofula pim-
ples blotches eruptions swolllngs tu-
mors ulcors and kind rod artocUons Uy
Tits: wind Is always blowing about some
thing; but thoro Is nothing la It -V. 0.
Consumption Cnn be Cured."
Dr. J. B Combs Owonsvllle0.. says! "I
Javo given Beott's Emulsion of Cod Llvor
OH with Hypophosphltos to four patients
with better results than scotnod posslblo
with any remedy. All wcro hereditary
roses of JiUng disease nnd advanced to ttiat
stago when Coughs pain In tho chest fre-
quent breathing frcquont pulse fever nnd
Emaciation. All these cases hnvo Increased
In weight from 10 to MA lbs. aud aro no'
now needing any medicine"
Reckless men aro going to Rouon. St.
Wb would bo ploased to know of a man
or woman who has never had hcadacho ot
been subject to constipation. As these
seem to bo universal t roubles n llttlo advlct
may bo In order. Why should person
cram their stomachs with nnusentlng pur
gntlvo pills etc. which sicken and dobllitaU
when such a pleasant and sterling remedy
ns l'rickly Ash Hitters will net mildly nnd
effectively on tho liver kidney stomach
nnd bowels and at tho samo tlmo tono up
nnd strengthen tho wholo system causing
hcadncho constipation nnd all such dis-
tressing evils to quickly disappear.
RvznT mlsor should havo a chest pro-
tector. lloston Poif.
A llonnnin Mine
of health Is to bo found In Dr. R. V. Tierce's
"Kavorlto Proscription" to tho merits of
which as n remedy for fcmnlo weakness
and kindred affections thousands testify.
Tun latest thing for breakfast thoy ounj
jnau of tho family.
Tns Publlo Awards tho Palm to Ilalo's
Honey of llorchound nnd Tar for coughs
ilko's Toothache Drops Curo In ono minute.
IUtLiioAn brakomon should omlgrato to
Swltchcr-land. SI. raul JrratJ.
AsLionrcoMJ If neglected of tan attacks
tbo lungs. Huow'.Vs llnoxciiut Titocuss
glvo suro and lmmodlato relief.
Lei astray tho shot ot a green sports-
man. Yonktn Oaxtltt.
Xo Opium In Plso's Curo for Consump-
tion. Cures whoro other remodtos foil. !Uc.
"What might bo considered tho shortost
way to spell dog I KO." Xm Agt.
It aQilctod with Boro Eyes uso Dr. Isnao
Thompson's Eyo Wator.Drugglsts sell It. 23c.
The patient recoren strength slowlr "J the tjUtm
Is weak and debUluUM and the blood poUoned bj
tbe r&TSTes ot the dlicsse. What Is needed Is a
sood reliable tonlo and blood purifier Ilka llood't
Saraapartlla which Jttsjuitthaelementiof lire nztb
for tba bodr ana Tltalltr and rlchncw for tbe blood
which toon bring- back robait health. After acarlet
f erer or pneumonia It la alo of treat benefit.
" After recorerliirf from a prolonged sickness wltb
diphtheria and needing pomcthlng- to build meup
I took two bottles of Hood's Bartaparllla. I felt
Boodreiults from tho Crat doe. llaccmedtogo
fromthetoiiof tnrbcadtotboendsof mr toes. 1
knowIIooC'Baraparlllals ft. good thing." O. II.
Stiutto.v Drucel.t Wutflttd. Mm.
"Upon our little girl who bad been tick wltb
tearletf erer the ue of Hood's Banaparllla was
moil marrclous entirely remorlng the polon from
ber blood and restoring her lo good health. Hood'a
Sanaparllla deserrei our highest praise." C Q.
StnATTuii Hworopeott Man.
Bold tr all dniffgttti. lit li for ti. Prepared by
C. I. HOOD i CO.. Apothecarlcr Lowoll Mail.
IOO Dosos Cho Dollar
The best and surest Remedy for Care of
alt diseases raoscd by any derangement of
the Liver Kidneys Stomach nnd Dowels.
Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation
unions Complaints and llalarlaof till kinds
yield readily to the beoeflcent Influence of
It Is pleasant to the taste tones up the
system restores and prvserres health.
It is purely Vegetable and cannot fall to
prove beneficial both to old and yoaog.
As a Wood Pnriflrrit Is superior to all
others. Sold everywhere nt (1.00 a bottle.
Ji ft lulub'e It ntaJj IOf ljvtr Con.pl iuu al lliciu4
vf ftdertntttl or Upi cwlnton vt tLm Li7r m Dts
J4Tlt. Coiliptilon JllllnowMU Jaundice. Ilftdsroe.
(ottrtehi sml. ttrt - Vm w'm. S)ati dlrsHoo
AU 1NVALUAIILU TAUtLY UUDIGUfB.
Thounndsofteotlmonial prove lt merit
FAMILY OIL CAN.
r The moil practical large alicd
piled direct by tbe pump without
lilting can Ho dripping ell en
rloor er Table. No raucel to
exploilona. Ctoiea perfectly air
tiabt No LriikDi. No
rntlou- Ahaolntely enT.
Ilon't be Humbugged wl"'
wnrthleaa Imltatlnna llor tre
"OocmI linuuch." Man'l'd b;
mfflELD MAXF'G. CO.
old br flnt-Clm. llralera r.Terrwbere.
HUi-rtiED iiv j o mi i: UN.
HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS
1H AMKIIICA AJtU Y.VHOVtU
Thdnttet( iik)(eetufetivi moTowrfilrenv
df kpon (or l.amU.itt I'lvurU.HeurelirlA Loin-
uo iitvhache Weaknea. roM In the Lt.t en4 ell
mrhti tvl bln. KivlorMr'l It liui I hylrim eml i-ruif
rUteribihltfbetrrpuu lin4u rUureiroit-
Tf relieve ena ear wbere fctlier pUeivre r4 irrfr
!. tlnlmMittsi anil lutinnsl. in Alsaolatflr UftelsMlt.
Uevar vi lnijutlune under elmllar swunJIatf ueince
or tt "Cewiruin " " CAjwhrfn." .' Uepeicine Iher
er otter) jr wortbleee ra fnUnded lo (. Atk toh
MKAUUHT i JoilSTMill irlrtWr Wew York.
ALIMITED OFFEB. GREAT CHANGE!
Ar 1- I'sr for Yeare tab
AMerlcn Alural Home. .riocheier. N Vs.
Wliuonpremiuw ji uuimwiwji niMi
ilr lu the World" a uagsa. 11 lo u nil.
nil jl""s '! xasB
umm IS rears old. For One llnllar tou bare oaa
rholce from orer V)dl(Treiil Cloth Hound UelUr
Volumre 3UI lo tul pt and paper one ! rear toil.
paid llook poitag. lia Jiilra. MOO bonki siren
r Alioniiiinirii ww iuwu imiiii
llr Crclopediai farm Crclopedlat ITarmera'an
kbraedeia' (loldat Common Hnl lu t'oultr
(trekbrMidera1 floldet Co
a In loullrv
rua(jall n.iunulnrt lln.ft'ffaafu
.-........r-r--.-v -'---.-- .i.;---- ..:! i
tataat tlnirerl lllitcrr of i
Ititorr Ctetl War (both ildaa).
earl rieroia luo aiat.i i cmimw. iwu'ii uiwhiiw
of all Natlonll 1'oputar
onlr . fa per alone . If iub.cn bad far br
f lo. t&ST. Belli! eotlou giiaranttad ou bnoka
and Waaklf. ir moner refunded. Ilaierencel Hi
Without IVamlua Se a jrcarf llwbf Hr iS.T
OH! MY BACK
Eterj strain er cold ettteil that weak back
tUU TtJ fisvatsstiw jvhi
ftirrneTthfna the Alnnrlcs
Stenrftta the Nrrren
i:nrlrhr tho HI nod. Jlvm New VIor.
Mil UZ21RnncitANlKMUnokAv.Bt Isuvlf
Ma miii " I iantmi wun ipioi vuineM pnoi ra
tar fccV-ind nWpliolfht. ItrilTrrconciT
ntllfl mrjl witlsoat ranch benefit. Four linttlM ol
Ilrown'i Iron Ilium u nllered tot xA I cbwr-
(allr "wnmsind It'
Ak HotpwoRTnl7 If rnln RU
8 i..itMaurii lbnT awss ltmwn't Iron UU
ten lor ft wek bok lUtuiacUbenttlk."
Oranln hn fttxvnTrtJe Ittuk tn errmtd ttA llnet
ouwrtpptr. Tnlto noollifr. AlAdeonlfby
111(0 VN CHCMICALCOJJALTIMOKE.MD.
iiHhlin Hfll M
n U wontferMliffFAMB'
ion quick JJy'i
Crtam Halm hat
Arfxtl on J cured mi.
tntammatton In my
note anil ItcaJ. For
a tctck at a time 1
could not see. Jrs
fltnralA ?. Judion.
VariTorJ Conn. HAY -fctiV fcR
A partlrle li applied Into eichnortrll and li agreeable
lon.e. I'rtoeMeti. bjrmalloratdrugjcl"!. liendfor
elrcutar. LLV IJUOTUUtS UruggUi O egu V. X.
w.v.tfn. . . h-b. mm
THE QEBAT ENQLISH BHMUDY
For Llrtr till; ladlceitlna. He. Frea (ron
eaauini onlr ran legtublt lagredftau.
UKYKIl UHOS. ft CU bt. Loan lie.
l'or Weak IVoroen.
llrs. I.yJIft I' rinkham Lynn Mass.)
"About tho first of September 1S81 my
wito was taken with utcrlno hemorrhage
rho best styptics tho physician could pro-
scrlbo did not check It and sho got moro nnd
moro enfeebled. Bho was troubled with
t'rolapsus Uteri Lcucot .-heca numbness ot
tho l.tubs sickness of tho stomach and loss
of appetite. I purchased a trial bottlo ot
your Vcgetablo Compound. She tatJ the
could dUcorer a talutary rjjiclfrom the Jtrtt
date. Now sho Is comparatively frco from
tho I'rolapsus Btomath's sickness &c
Tito hemorrhago is Tory much bitter and Is
less at tho regular periods. Ilor appctlto
Is restores and her general health and
strength aro much improved. "Wo feel thnt
wo havo been wonderfully benejtttd and ou.
hearts aro drawn out In gratltudo for tho
samo and In sympathy for other sufferers
for whoso sakes wo allow our names to bo
Djcd.' 0. VT. EATON Thurston N. Y.
Tho Compound Is put up In Pill Lozcngo
and LtnulX form. AH sold by druggists.
Tho l'llls and Lozenges sent by mall oa ro-
colpt of price
7ttP HEALTH f
. EXERCISE CA.V
Tl.a Oraat tluraery of
zwi jmponcu jiroou jiarcs
All Ages Dotn boiee
300 to -lou i.TiroitTiin anmalt.v
i'c it heron Mud books The I'm brrvnUlheonlrdre'l
treed of Krmjw Memlng e lul book thit hu tb
eupport nl entlortsrtuetit of tlm Krem h liOrernntent.
rsnd for liO-pwe Cauiorua ltlus4rmilon tsjr lls
lletyr. M. W. DUNHAM
Wayne DuPoco Co. Illlnotl
Our Utile Ones and the Nursery.
ina x'rinco ox siaa
tines for children from
i to 19 jears ok!. S3 pages
each iip'tnli of original
Mories and I'oeroa bean.
llftlllv llln.tratet Willi
Ings It the beat llrlng
artlats. Clubs wltb all
ell It Agents wanted '
Henda two cent stamp for '
Ons yenr SI.OO.
Iluiwll PubliiKInx Co
Blngle Copies iBctt.
33 lliomf tU St i Ootlon Huh
0':.nneu'r-i.W-.ir".i"if0il"o? SAW FILEfIS
to file Hand lllp Ilutcher lluck Pruning and all
klmla of tawa so they cut Iniltar than ever. Two
Hera f re for n lllu.ttaied ctrrulara run. Ad
drais V.. IIOTII X IIHO- Mkw Oxroitu Ivin.
OPIUM H ABITfjo't0ap."clt"f'n
oraelrHlenial. I'ar wheneure!. ItaudMimebook
tree. iu t'J WliATlieuUV.KauauClir.Ato.
MS ft N I
115 c -
WP I xiclbsss1
LSSSak KlOjrm aa ah 1 1 at mA i hifut am a .l4ar -W.1 H H m
U'r It T onajpi anas mvsa. a k ntHitv W n
jaXworeeliTfccriitclilnff-TC'-rd etreiulni?!! HI
Kr if ftiiowMtiirimluiaetnmurftiuiinwiilciivi H r
bSlten ueetltiniinironie iieeoniinr rtrymiui
lYSs. HWAYMl'H OINTAir.N'T R1I "
HLIntSa. UWpllchlaiesftblee4llnir.tiiSiU T C1 111 IsssssssBsWy
nhDiS. ulceraUonntUninftnx if7i l JH(
"LrAR cm n-nHttre the !xrfuhfluui aSmLA
fill 1 I " - Nit' -si I A I I I II II - ZJss a
ZERO DRIVIKTGr MUFF
No ?loro fliiirt-rlna from
Coltt l'lrtera when
JlrlTliiB lu Winter.
END FOR CIRCULAR.
Joifttoloref ilecan be more ptjrl
te. or ilte more enduring Pleaiore.tban our eiceW
fenl f..Qtlon. oF the. tlne.lmj...c..nch .. f.r.b.r.
meniionea apj wv .v.r" -
"""' CIA8SI0AL WORM.
tiAAtheren's Sonatai celebrated Lebert ana von
"Iluiow edition J toll. each W. or loth emboii.d.
Men 'dllMOhn's Bongs WlthOTtWordi II.
Cbopin'a siaiurkai ill; hu Nocturnes (w eia-j o
Irani Aiunin ". o"m "''
rhr Voeal l)ot.l.tD.
illnitrtt Hongji 12 (JO.
Young I'eopli'a Claialca for riano llitu.
GOOD READINQ IN tllCAKT BOOKS.
Ttltter'a students lllitorr of Muile. RM.
Llrei of all the Ureal Mailers each from ILM ton
King -rinter.M eta. CanghtWapplng.Mcti.
tbrlitmai Oim cts. Menage of Amai W cts.
acxn fok i.iHT.
LYON & MEALY CHICAGO.
OLIVER 11ITIIOX A CO Woiton.
TBE OHLT TRDB
111 purl tt tba rnoODregulate
LlVBl; anff K IDNBVA "d
5h of rouTuiT"rriMV"l
Btnnctb and Tlrad Mllnaal
a and nenea rcala ijew
THEDn.HARTER MEDICINE COMPANYi
"ssb ina iippii ui vr v.
SOW StU. Til 1 1 II
Bend tor Calalogua with t oil partlculara.malledfree
ContructM oa the new method of trlnirlnfr. 01
ilmlUr terras bead Sot 3ecrJptlfO CftUloffU
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO.
Dopton. Now York. Chloogo.
NIMi I.MI'OllT.VTIOMt IN 1880.
Tbe beit Dim it lions gs la tbe world are
We hare the I.AItnKSI
and Uh-vr COI.I.KCT10M
In the Unltr-t Mates. In-
cluding the wlnnere of 81
premium tatt fall.
l'rtce moderate. Term!
Fair fend fur Catalogui
Breeders and Importer.
Oaa Agent (Ut rcbant onljl wanted In eteiy town f ol
Our frequent orders dunnirthe pa.tnveTearaat'
ten tbe marlta of jour "Tanilll a Punch" Kent
WixTzn A. Crsmxo. nna alita. Trlneeton. 11L
The "Tanilll'a Punch-' So elgar glrei No. 1 iatb
li li A li H I II T . iicrm.n jii.
m ill ..icriimn jii.
11 .1: CO. Chlcnl.
Land for the Landless !
Among the varied an I valuable premium offered
Ono of Iheie It tm
l'.innl in.. H.r.i.Ia Miniw. OT lilt full lMirtlCUlarl
mailodfrrn. Ad Iran TII "KB IMTllLlsll.
IMA COMIM.N V. Ouahih ?ebrkaw
sfSBIafk mould meet tLe ere ol
1 BslIV; anrladr anfferlog wlU
i Ml Hani thoeirniiini.BnACia
ixo rrntoMCAt 1'ains or any of tho.a
are u much af
fllrteil with ilia ran learn how to cure
borvlf of them.wblle gaining itrengtb
stMrt.TCtJTTIso out thli adTortliement andpl
ana a heaiinr rnnr at eame iioiv. pr
ho. 1U 1'uarl bueeu IiurrALu. .N. y.
Briao'a Itemclr for Catarrh is the
Heat. Koiieat to Use aod CLuaiwat. H
$V j&aM Jj "M Sj I
Bolil br lmgidts or sent br mall.
t- 1. Jlazeiuno it arrcn 10. HI
rRRINn your own Bone
UII.IIIAM riuur Mnn mr.
IV Ulluin'a l'atrntl. IOO lrf
" t.n..tn.ip mitiln kpnln Dul
Irr. Aim rowr.lt t I I.I.N ataf K.VIIM
ri:i.I SIII.I.N. (In- lr. anl Teltlnlcnlall ienl
on application. SVIIJ.ON Jilt OH. lt.tou J'a.
" " Aken awaniltolll'r Cbft. I
aiSTTPwjajw 11 lbl.r lliur w.r.
Bll1.BeYef.vBSaf r..i.S ta i rttent ami ear
dUiOSillk Uou Clionu. Mm for
ttlmnlal. rr iaia
4 ni ior
Tttr ! he
J f 111.
druggt.ta. xb alia j
AGENTS WANTED KSVRVS'SKS'.ffiS
i-.vriKH.-h. tor making uun
Tldtoi liiwMlii Mitiem etc.
hantbrmaii fur ni. t'inuu-
i.ailh mii:k :. It).ti
FE WANT YOUI S""'rr2i5J2
f profltatUe emptnrmeiit to represBt ue In er7
sgjuitlr. Ka1ait 17ft itrr month tuhl mvnaeatL or
Ifcrje cvmmisloo on udtm tt pnt erre-i. Uoodj aUpie.
.rrrrontflniTi. OuilUtutal imrtlruUn Frt.
tSTAHDAiU) BlLtlUVXlUi'Cj.. UMTVX U.4SS
Itellablo HAT.E8MEN to
Trarel and tall lo tbe trade
eo. Clnrettee. tto. iJberml arm n ire ments.
orCuiutululon. AdlreiHoiuNllUlr NswoitK
UAVANA L'lQ AU VO U. X OUftU ATnu 24. V.
Chlekan Cholera llearea In If oraaa. and
Teiaa Fvrar In raltl. Addrsia C.B.
UltirriTlt CO. ASurphiriboro lit.
nilDTIinC rellaeed and cured brDn.J.A Suriv
TlUrl Ullb man's method Ttioaa who ran not
Arallttiompelreaot penonal attandaneo ran have
llnine treatment appliance and ruratlra rent for 110
onlr. Bonditamp for circular SMUroadwarN.-
nil PP CURED. A sufferer for ton
Hit. IIIl.I.I.MIS) lt.l.Vl
rears baring dliroreroit simple
remedr. wllflend uf ItKK lo all.
OnUlllnllrlU lifi;ll.b.lc. aMUxktat
liarakTASTaarrua'aColleg. BL Loull.llo. Otada
sua ar lucamful la gilttag poiltlaaa. Olrculari Cr.
AltTIPIUIAf I.1MI1M. Iw
oea. ltooki lent raaa Wrltotu
L llor IJU oearuurn hlLhlcigo.
TO BS A PAT Simple.worthBI.no
rilEtl l.tneinotuna(rlliahoria'ifeet. Write
gtnma urni nut uuuisio.udisik.
LEARN TELEQRIf HYaffiia'Siir'Ba
ehaiiraaTerolZrrvd. Ad i li. llaowv.Ugr .SedattalD.
UnllC MTUItY. Secure a Ilnilneii Fduratlonbr
nufflt mail from DliliiM Coiisua llrfialo!.r.
D AYCUTC OliUlatfrb B-n. Ulalwaiilia
I N I bill O Atlerair SI UuU Uo A4.lt. fits.
WIIKN SVltlTINM TO ADVKUTIHIMtS
jiUhio aajr jrou emr the AUvertlieiaeut la
Tho MUFF la mndo of fur. nnd la lined
with LAMB'S WOOL with o conveni-
ent honUlo nnd loop tnoltio by which
tho rolns aro holtl firmly anil noouroly
and whon on tho hnntis rosomble. an
ordinary tnltton. The handle la cov
erod with toll which mtiken it soft and
warm and being utlrrup shapa doa
pot cramp the hand and Rives the'
driver a stronger hold on the reins
than any atyle of holder now In uae.
ZBRO DRIVING MUIT CO.
IQ4Weet llth street. New York.
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 30, 1886, newspaper, December 30, 1886; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70948/m1/4/: accessed September 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.