Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 10, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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TiKtTi. - INDIAN TKMUXOKX
TO AN OLD PLOW.
DM jilnw that nit rutting outtldo tho bum
No moro shall Ihr bltflo don to th mold
Thr nmullrt art) broken thy olovlo no rooro
Tlir brum full or cracks n tho mark of Tlmo'a
And thy rhsrsbul tho shadow of what 'twits
Thou art WMIid forsaken nnil old.
o tho rtftn nr thr routh thou trcrl polished
FM llio shield of Achllltis rrnowned
if furrow rllco rolled llko a wavo to tho
Pras foos shrink nwnr from that heroin flaxht
When thr burrowing- point plorced tho
When bought In thr nownesa purchaso of
Man a piva-ress haj proof of It truth-
Tor brsldo thoo tho plow that our father
Orlhooa that tholr fathers' hearts once satls-
fiod cro but prlralllvt) mnrrnls uncouth
The pat'rnt old horses did steadily firnvr
1 hr Rllatenlnir steel o'er tho field
- Thy maetor us atradllr followed and Mir
yw ) lloiT thoudld at con'tantlr. coiiitnntlr ffnatr
S 'Tbo eUn of tho land that was tlllod.
Aentn and nssln. n' tho sosson' recoil.
Was thy sturdy aulstanco required
Tor tho wealth of each yenr la the gift of tho
And labor bMst irnllior tho mnnnn-llko spoil
lira tho morn of tho year bat expired.
Thou dld'tt faithfully follow still daj after
Krcrr fiwtof tho field did acknowledge thr
And thy strnnirih was tllrfusoil through tho
lonm an J thoclar.
Hut now thou art useless and spent.
In thy Towering boyhood's best days
Thy mntler to thoo was attached
Thy Inucli was fain liar and thorough thr
Thlno obedient vlrtnos 'twas enar to praise
lor thy merits had never beer malchoil.
Who ran tell tho abundance thou'tt helped to
Thrmia-n I ho rear that haro fled like a
Pnmo Nature her treasures will never refuso
To tho man with tho plow who pcrslstontlr
Vor her favors to fall upon him.
Thou learhrst me mutely tha burden of life
As thou atandest bcaldo tho barn door
llowo'er to tho end with fidelity rife.
Our portion la toll and our triumph Is slrlfo
And iiculoct when our alrcnitti la no more.
A (A lliompmn In lvm full and JSlocfc.
A Story of Life in the Great
DY ALVA MILTON KERR.
tOonniaiiT lfwi nr the a. K Kzuuoao
This Is brilliant rosy mid brilliant!"
he wns saving as ho leaned back with
lits legs extended far and straight
under tho tablo with toes turned it)
nnd with knlfo nnd fork standing loose-
ly upon their handles within hi hands
at cither tide of his plate. "Slick and
brilllnnt is tho namo of 'cr sir!" and
ho winked both of his eyes at onco nnd
very hard under his glasses. Just who
lio was addressing was not clear but
to Julius it wa not very material with
this exhilarating sccno beforo him and
tho kiss of a certain nmbcr-colorod
flask still lingering upon his lips.
"Slick nnd brilliant sir are terms that
fit 'cr like a Illy" ho wont on blinking
his watery eyes up into tho glare "nnd
nothing should suppress tlio encom-
iums duo a lavish nnd generous man
llko Whitney sir! Such nn occasion
draws tho soul of a community out
nnd directs It nnd lays it" tho others
wcro talking of something clso nnd
Julius paused and looked stcadllrond
novcroly through his glasses at tho Hcv-
rronu utiiucion tor n moment inert no
paid severely: "Mr. Cuttlcton sir!"
That pleasant gen tie man inijtilrlng
Julius' Viloasurc ho proceeded: "1 wos
remarking sir that such brilliant and
rosy periods of unification as theso Imd
n tendency to draw out tho soul of a
community nnd direct it forward in a
slicker happier channel; nnd that tho
praUodue such a ch Hirer as Whitney
our Christian Catholic Democratic
Republican host could not bo too In-
tensely nmplitled. Furthermore if
euch generous commercial organizers
ns ho men with such brilliant and slick
capacities for accumulating and again
radiating in raunltlccntand rosy hospi-
tality could bo sent abroad as mission-
cries to tho benighted borders of tho
world sir what might not their slick
and brilliant oxatnplu achieve?"
Itovercnd Cuttlcton not bcingpre-
parod to say Julius after noting Thus
lit at onco took wing again.
"Why sir to nvolif ambiguity I
must bo permitted to adranco tho hum-
bio opinion that tho example of such
missionaries could not bo clso than
cicatrical and of amazing power as a
civilizing inlluenco. What tlip heathen
need sir U not so much religion as
nionov; money is tho slick thing sir!
tho liftocl tho clovatorl tho shining
ngener that causes men to stand croct
nnd wear store clothes! How can a
nakcil humnn being sir who procures
Ms food by killing animals with a
spear pointed with tho tiollslicd thigh-
ono of a cannibalized Christian mis-
sionary ovor bo expected to compre-
hend the subtllo principles and ideals
of Christianity? Impossible sir im-
possible! They must lint bo moved
upon by tho pomp nnd circumstance
of rlciios and bo crushed up-
wards as it wcrol A thousand con-
siderations swim warmly into tho
nrvnn sir; but tho first step Is money
tiio noxt Is rellnemenL and refinement
nlono Is capahlo of wearing tho crown
of religious feeling lhat is tho goltleu
Indder sir by which nations climb
into 11oaoii; that is tho wholo human
intuition sir compressed into a crystal
Julius lit again and glared through
Ids glassos at ltov. Mr. Cuttlcton. Hot
Mr- Cuttlcton looked ciushed. as who
would not? Tho others at tho tablo
were now listening mainly from tho
fact that limy could not well do other-
wise perhaps nnd Julius spread his
iiis nuu.prnug jnio mo air again.
Bah o was looking at li's mother and
his iiiotbui nt her plate; tho old lawver
was looking at Julius with a grim
smile for strange as it may sppo.tr ho
was easily utnnscd nnd Absalom hav-
ing eaten overy thing within his reach
looked uiurli homo down Upon by tho
rich food nnd Julius' oloiiotice.
"However sir. when tho welfare of
our own Nation is tlio only consider-
ation to bo laid in tl.e Imlancn" Julius
roiithinct! "no cloui comes more
fllckly Into promlncnco than tho fact
that our Whulo missionary procedure
should be rwed; reversed sir Is tho
word. Tho (Mores murderers do-
laiijlers and all criminals ns fust as
roMvieUd should bo shipped at once
to ru'flllicu coiiuuies and bo placed n
jiio wliilu our penitentiaries ami
places of Incarceration should bo tururd
. illtuL L'ri'4 il iK'nIilcnit schools for
w innniitrtittlQn ami correction of unfor-
tminto uml vvil-dbiposiHl children thus
cMirpnllngand vtiuhlng tho poison In
tho rij sir us it weru. 'J'ltti mUslou-
im eliunld ho kept ut homo nnd em
itluyt'J i tho setvlco of (hro grost
husuaiflturlun MttiblhlimcntK )!y this
irriMttt)itit wtdeh under MSiiHlqif-
ftnlMaikis tKwis Moitlsh ami Ignoble
in 1 1 fir rowuvud Imm lhBt tfneo our
Jiattki with ctliiio both at homo and
jtlr.al U i futile a tlio battld'a own
ii !Kv w at (oast rt a Nation might
tu.:d Umjc1cIj ttodv pf pwiV
until our American star shonlii brrAk
against llio firmament of rlgliteousncss
nnd tho paarly fragments bo usod as
tho aureola of nngclsl"
Julius was Terr red nnd ended With
his folk held high In tho nlr.
Reverend Mr. Cuttloton smllod for-
bcarlngly tho old lawyer laughed and
f;ot up and walked away a.id Absa-
om at tho evident hazard of breaking
Into a run crojood.tlio room to tho as-
sls.tance of Kthor nnd Julius adjust-
ing his glasses nnd allaying tlio norcit-
pino stato of his mustache looked
around for now worlds to conquer.
Refreshments then having been dis-
patched tho tnblcs wcro removed nnd
up In tho dancing room to tho muslo
of two violins nnd n cornet and In tho
parlors to tho mnslo of tho piano anil
another cornet and in tho sitting-room
and dining-room to tho muslo of tlio
organ and stilt another comet which
to bo truthful wns slightly distracting
tho young people loll to wnltzing.
Many too upon whom tho yoars lind
fallen fjiilto thickly among them tho
springy-kneed Julius felt thoso weights
but llttlo moro thnn feathers and
nbnrdoncd thomsolvos to the tempting
delirium of tho hour. Joel securing a
slender slip of womanhood spun tlio
slcndor slip ami Ins own ponderous
anatomy with groat youthfulncss
through tho intoxicating mnzo.
Harry wns the finest wnltror pMont
by far. Evidently ho had had much
schooling in tlinf direction whilanwny
to college. Ho longed to Join his graeo
to that of the Indian-footed Mnun: but
Maun did not waltz neither did John
Barling but tho moist-mouthed Vrslit
was well-nigh ns 11 it cut with her feet ns
with that member between her teeth
upon which language In its velocity
wns not only reduced to a very thin
iluld but often dissolved into n sort of
labial spray nnd ho waltzed n great
deal with her. IJcsldcH thcro were
scores of Openstono girls ami indeed
scleral Opcnstono mothers who wcro
not ndvco to milling their charms to
tlio elegancies of Joel's accomplished
son. Hut Vcslit continued to keep thn
prlzo well in hand; spinning n soft and
pleasant webb about him with n lulling
continuous buzz nnd ever nnd nnnu
shooting a littla restraining thread
across In front of him when ho made a
movement to escape then releasing
him and capturing him again nt pleas-
ure. Mrs. Whitney obviously was not
pleased for thcro wcro many richer
girls present hut Vesllt obviously re-
mained in possession of the field nnd
Salvo I'opp from his corner from
under the load of his sloping shoulders
nnd looking out from his ghastly
display of cufis nnd collar thought
his sister tnarvoloitsly clever.
After tho waltz had partly spent It-
salf tho old lawver camo to John Karl-
ing at whoso sido Maun had rumninod
throughout tho evening nnd claimed
his daughter's company home. Tho
young mail courteously asked that
pleasure for himself but his old em-
ployer put him oflT with a Jealous
cood-nnturcd growl and led horawny.
Then having felt tho physical fascina-
tion of contact with Maun broken Into
but onco by tho singing of Celeste nnd
utter that a llttlo troubled by tho
presence of that qutet whlto figure In
another room now tlint tho spell hnd
lapsed a little ho started to lind tho
sweet-voiced stranger. Vet ho found
that ho could nut go to her alter what
had happened; it would not ha Just to
Mnun. if ho clasped any other hand
than Cclcstu's it mattered little but to
her ho felt thcro would bo something
of sacrilege nnd to Maun something
of untrutlu For there was
something a ray of feeling
understanding sympathy or knowl-
edge between him nnd Cclesto
llnght though they had never looked
into each other's eyes but once that
had never gona out. Perhaps It was
entirely in his own heart though and
not reaching to hers; a memory only of
her voice now suddenly renew oil. Ho
went out upon tho veranda debating if
ho should not go to his lodging but ha
coiiiu not bo discourteous loutslrlenus
Judgo nnd Mrs. Ilower nor to Ce-
leste and he started iu and met Mrs.
Howcr coming to find him. Judge
Uower nnd others were busy nt a gamo
of whist In tho largo front room over
tho parlor nnd Celeste looking a llttlo
white nnd tired was lying back In an
easy chair watching them when Mrs.
ilower led John Karllng to her. "Ce-
leste this Is Mr. Karllng; Mr. Karllng
you emember our little Celcsti?" sha
Tho girl got up supporting herself
slightly by tho chair nnd her face lit
up with a emtio and her big cloar eyes
looked warm and luminous assho took
his hand. "Von did not como back to
talk again as I told you to!" were her
first laughing lntdotfious word. John
Karllng checks colored. "Hut I hnvo
tho tea-roses yet!" ho said and Mr.
Uowcr broke out laughing at so queer
n resumption of a long-broken and
scarcely begun niqualntniice. Celeste's
cheeks too tumid pink with his re-
mark and they all sat down nnd fell
to talking of general things but tho
clear eyes of tlio young people moot-
lug would linger a llttlo nnd slip
down consciously. Mrs. Uower in n
short time however n.kcd her hus-
band to git the cartlago to tho door as
it was growing late nnd turning to
John Karllng she invited him to come
and take tea v 1th them soon and tak-
ing Celeste's arm they bowed good
night nnd went away to get their
As they went out John Karllng
watched the limping slcndor girl with
a siukluir throb at Ills heart. A kind
of sympathetic shame mantled his
fnco. ns ho thought of tlio free and wil-
lowy sweep of Maun'h carriage and
-w I'lVitatllU ItU IIUU l.lltl-M 111 IU A1.IJ
was it not the one oxipiLity gr.ioo that
had lei I him to her? U n moment
with vision of this lamo and lovely
girl (ho narrow compass of his pas-
sion ilsshcd before him. Ho got up
and went away toward his lodgings
forgetful that ho should havo thanked
and taken loavo of thoto whose hospi-
tality ho had onjoyed. Uut his hoirt
was trouhlod; lu could not straighten
tho sweet nnd tangled currents of his
feehnrrs. Ho felt dlmlv that Maun did
not H.ttisfy him; that beneath tho
pits deal exlii'nrntlon which her pres-
ence bronchi him there burned n soft
hunger whleh sho could not lilt. He
thought of (Yleste nn I tried to tost
his toolings by her. but ho could not
icei ucr mm it wuu too memory o tills
other throbbing cl lining regal girl
fresh upon him. Ho went to sleep at
last and umulorcdauoiillii his dreams:
ntono time nurMilng tlio volco of Co
lesto through nn endless green land-
scape now hearing it and now losing
IL when suddenly ho camo upon the
body of Maun Ijing dead upon abed
of flowers nnd when ho bent over It
in nil agony of gnuf tho Invisible oico of
Cclesto Hew down out of tho nlr llko
something tnngiblo and slung him and
llio sun w.is shining when the fan-
cied tolco of t-'clot.) nroiiHod John
Iwrlliighosirangoly. Ho got up and
rubbud hi fiirohend smco moments
ere ho co'ihl sopur.ito tho (ruths mid
fauU.3ia of tho night. Tlmn ho bnlliod
h' head in cold water and went out
and nto his breakfast nnd put every-
thing resolutely from him but tho one
ttlal that was beforo him hU examina-
tion and admittance to the bar. Ho
passed tho ordeal caIly .o thorough
had been hli reading and that uyu-
lug when ihoun wps going down ho
onllwl at the old lawyer' door. But
tht! luild-fnocd liouekeeper told him
Maun hul gono to ride so he tiimad
away and presently thought (o go to
Celeste! but no hu would not olyoH
lUu by hcrt that were BoiuflUoyf un-
Jttst nnd he walked away toward thn
river pondering his position. Suddenly
Mnun passed him cantering Whlto
Tom in tho direction of tho western
woodlands. It wns growing dusk bat
ho could seo that her cheeks flushed as
sho smiled nnd bowed. Ho watched
tho willowy Hgtiro die away In tho
purplo half-light as he walked on nnd
a moment ntttr Judgo llowvr crossed
nim going townnt his homo.
"On. by tlio b'v." ho said In his pleas
ant fashion "Mrs. Hon or told mo to
bring j ou up If 1 salt you. Sho wnnts
to giro you a qitnttcr Interest In a
quartette tho other partners being hot
self Celeste nnd 1; I expect I ought to
npologizo for 1 lind forgotten nil about
you until now."
John Karllng thanked him and hes
itated a moment; no coma not court-
eously decline he thoucht besides there
wns tho singing of Cclesto and her great
oiuo cjo.1 anu no woninomownni witn
Mrs. Uowcr nnd Cclesto wcro sitting
in mo norcit mo gin in a son miisim
dress looking exquislto In her clear-
ness nnd utinty. John K.irliiiir tltottcliL
Mrs. Uower greeted him In her moth
erly wnv hmi cclesto gnvo iiim her
hnnd with a touch of shyness and soon
tlioy all went In and tried a song to-
gether. Then John Karllng begged
that Celeste would sing alono for thorn
for though ho did not volco It ho
thought it a pity to Jar nnd smother so
infinitely llnoa volco as hers with thoirj
of co.irsor timbre. So Celeste snng a
simplo song with touching sweetness
and tho oung man felt his honrt move
as it had long boforo In tho same room
with melody of tho samo volco; but
when slniidlng there with her hnnd
hanging down nnd caught together be-
fore her nnd her oos lifted sho broke
Into a soft blnl-llko Italian enrol nnd
following its melodious rippling up
many a crystal llight ulitil at last it
broke nnd poured along and ended In
nn ccstaey of passionate Joyous feeling
though ho could not understand a word
of It for a moment ho could hnvo
knelt before her sho seemed so fair
nnd her music moved him so.
After Hint Judge Uower went to his
library nnd tho thrcu others talked on
for a long time; John Karllng In his
exaltation leading Into tho lino fields
of Immortality thought nnd music but
everywhere finding Cclesto viilh him
or beforo him. Ho folt that acr In-
stincts wcro very subtile and sweet
nnd that her mind wns llko a spring
clear deep and bottomless to him but
full of light and sparkles. Ah! hero
was a tout that matched Ids own a
spirit that could feed him and be fed
but he could only half perceive iu As
he walked nway through tho starlight
ho thought of her life and how It had
been shut away from him nnd tried to
picture to himself how it hnd been
chastened and well-nigh broken; of
now sue nan lost ncr nioiiicr (wo years
before nnd what had been tho mnnncr
of her life since for ho hnd learned that
sho supported herself teaching In a
6chool oi xmista in-nn Kastcrn city; of
what intlucaccs hnd been about her
what temptation what sorrows what
strengthening beautifying forces that
sue tiiougn i onng. noum nave como
so far upon tho lovely road of woman-
hood. He saw or rather felt through
her songs nnd convcrtnthin Into her
heart nnd knew wltho'tt shaping It
into a distinctly conscious thought
that her mnidon soul was deep and
lucent and capable of fce'.inr fvr Into
tho spiritual fur ns Indeed ito other
thing in tlds world save a woman's
spirit may. Thus turning over in his
mind half consciously tho things that
touched her he camo into tho heart of
tho town when suddenly In his rumin-
ating his blood ga o a bound for somo
ono on a horse pulled up In tho road
ami said; "Karling have you seen any-
thing of Maun Woodman?"
In nn Instant hU thought of Cclesto
were swept nway nnd tlio young man
wns by his interrogator nnd saw lhat
it was ono of tho old lawyer's neigh-
bors. "What'utho matter Mr. Sher-
man?" he said.
"Whlto Tom has como homo with
blood on him and wo can't find
Maun!" said the man panting as if he
had been riding hard.
With a thrill of Indescribable fear
nnd horror Jolt.i Karllng looked
nt him. "I'll bo nt her father's In
a moment" he said nnd turning
nbout went quickly into a livory -stable.
"Give mo it horse ns soon as you can."
he said to n idcepy young man who
tipped back In a chnlrin tho dingy harness-room
was reading a dirty I'oliu
(lazctic by a dirty but not equally dirty
lamp. Tho voting man yawned took
up a half-consumed cigar from the
rougli dosk nnd looked up at tlio impa-
tient speaker: "Wat you want 'erf ur?"
ho d ranted.
John Karling gnvo him a blazing
glniice: "I want llio horso to try and
find a lost child wlth"ho said "l'lcaso
"Whoso young 'tins lost?" drawled
tho loutish youth leaning forward wilh
elbows on his knees.
For answer John Karlinc: In his im-
Ertint Iro caught down n saddle and
rldlofrom onoof tlio hooks in tho wall
and Unshed back amonc: the stnl's and
throw tho fuddle on tho first horso he
camo to. Ho brought tho horso out
quickly pulling the halter from Its
head nnd forcing the bit Into lbs mouth
bo buckled tho throat-latch ns tho
sleepy youth rnmo up lantern In hnnd
"Here on" exclaimed Hint worthy
putting out his hand toward tho rein
"you don't want tcr (ako that boss
Without a word John Karllng in hli
anger whirled nbout and flung the fel-
low headlong ngaiust the nail and
leaping on thn frightened horso struck
his heels into It and wont flying out of
the barn and up tho street.
"(lummy mud! what kind of a wild-
cat fool is Hint?" exclaimed tho slow-
moving jnutli ns begot himself and
lantern together. "S'pose bo's steal-
in' th' hosB?'' imd ho stood a moment
with his month hanging open staring
beforo him. Then ho went grumbling
to tho pronrlntor'a house n few doors
away and told him tlio Incident. That
gentleman askod who it was that got
tho horso and when tho sleepy youth
said "It wns that lawvir feller as is
wilh olo Woodman. " lio laughed nnd
suid: "Oh Karbng will pay for using
mo nors-t nn rigiu. titles yon wnsn t
spry enough for him."
".S'-.vw." raid (ho jontli ruefully
Vposo I wa'nl" nnd ho went
grumbling back (o (ho barn and
i-bbed somo nxlo-greaito on tho knot
rairnd nboio his car by his fall nnd
judging by his obtiiscncss ho may
hnvo not Improbably rubbed snmoaxle-
treaso sympathetically into the dent
left in tho wall wltnro Ids head struck it.
When John Karllng camo to tho old
lawyer's resldeneo While Tom was
stnndlu-; there In tho light of tho late
rising moon hitched by thn mounting-
block. As ho sprang to tho ground
tho housekeeper with a frightened face
ramo qulnkly through the gate. "O
Mr. Karling! something dreadful ha
hnppi-n-d! can't you lind her?" she
said wringing her hands.
John KnrUiii; said nothing; his fac
km sol and he wns peering close nt
tliits'dtiof the liors) that Mnun lind
ridden. He could seo the red print of
a hand on tho milk-whit" side of the
hors" and other marks of blood nt II
sumo ouo upon hi knees had strug-
gled to got Into tho saddle and lifi
bend wns swimming and n. nolso like
rushing water wan in his enra. Ho did
not Iiqai I ho woman' qiioMlon.
pro iik tfotTONi'Kn
-Tho song birds of Jfow Jcopj art
now protected by a. statute wli ( for-
bid the capture or wpuudlny til Uf
feu the red bincd
HOME FARM AND QARDEN.
For a chango the center of npplo
plo Is now cut out nnd tho hole filluu
In with "somo delicious Jelly." Tht
For worms In horses the following
remedy I recommended: Poplar bark
six ounces; tnrtnr emetic two onnr.js;
mix and dlvhlo Into eight parts giving
ono part dally in gmln.-i-fWroif Tr fo-
unt. It Is claimed Icttuco planted cntly
In tho spring botwcoii the rows of
strawberry plants will protect tho lat-
ter from tho ravages of while grubs
which prefer the roots of (ho Icttuco to
thoso of tho strawberry. Troy Timo.
An Ohio fruit-grower says ho finds
raspberries not an oxpenstro crop to
ralso but that they require a great deal
of vexatious and tedious lnlxir. Ho
netted rno hundred and twrnty-slx
dollars from an acre of blackcaps in
It used to bo thought that only
sand wns suitable for garden purposes.
For very early forcing somo mixture of
and Is advantageous Hut heavy soil
even clay nre good when well drained
nnd by some practical gnrdeners nre
preferred for tho bulk of their later
plantings. IFalcrn Rural.
To tell v. hen cake Is done run a
clean broom straw quickly down into
the thickest part of the cake. If It
comes up moist tho cake Is not yet
done hut it dry it is timo to titko It out.
Do this carefully putting tlio pan down
gently In a place where no draught will
striko IL Take it out of tho pan wltllo
warm not hut. Uoilon llmUjtl.
Spanish Huns Ono pint of flour
one pint of sugar one cup of sweet
milk onu cup of butter four oggi
beaten separately ono teacup of yeast
ono teaspoon each of cinnamon cloves
nnd allspice ono grated nutmeg.
Knead well roll out cut out In largo
biscuits let rlso nnd bake; when taken
from the oven sprinklo with whlto
sugar. Utxxl llouselcejtinj.
Marble Cako. Whites of foureggs
ono cup whlto sugar half-cup butter
half-cup sweet milk ono tcaapoonfiil
cream-tartar hnlf-tea-spoonful soda.
Ul.iek part: yolks of four eggs ono cup
of brown sugar half-cup baking mo-
lasses half-cup butter half-cup sour
milk onetcaspoonfiil cinnamon half
nutmeg ono teaspoonful cloves ono
tcuspooiiful nnd a half soda. Put the
black and then tho white. It is very
nice. Voston llullctiii.
Iu experiments madnby the French
Government a minimum quantity of
salt allowed dally lo cows produced
tho greatest flow of milk. Oxen fed
tho samo amount present sleek coats
while others receiving no salt wero
mangy rough and ill-conditioned. The
amount allowed was: Fur fattening
tall oxen two nnd one-half ounces
each per day; fattening pigs ouo to
two ounces according to sire; sheep
one-half nn ounce and horse and
mules ono ounce.
HOW TO WASH DISHES.
A Topic In Which Krary llainek-ppr Is
or Outfit to lie. Interested.
Tho requisites for dlsh-n ashing are a
large dish-pin a clean ilih-clotli
abuiidineo of clean soft towels and
plenty of soap and hot water. A dish-
pau oval In shape with a partition
across ono end Is very convenient. In
the larger compartment tho dishes
may bo washed nnd In thn smaller
rinsed. Uut dish-pans of this kind wo
havo Hover seen in tlio shops. Any
tinner however could maku ono to
order. A dish-cloth with n handle is
a great convenience in all weathers
and rjtos the hands very much. Tlio
cloth itcd for washing tho t.-iblo-ware
should never bo used iu wnshtrig kiteh-
on utensils. For glass nnd lino china
a wooden tub or "keeler" Is preferred
by exiurts. Against tho soft text tiro
of the wood tho sharp edges of the
glass and the delicate stirfaeu of tho
china Is Icjfs likely to be marred than
ngaiust llio hard ti-xture of tlio tin
dish-pan. Towo's used In wiping glass
should 1k used tor nothing else; thoy
should bu soft nnd abundant iu sire
nnd in number. A largo tray Is very
handy to drain tho dishes on.
There nre dlflereut modes of pro-
cedure In washing dishes. Where the
family Is largo a very good way Is to
wash tho glass first then tho silver
then tho elilna and stonu chlnawnre.
When tho family Is small tho dishes
may hi put in the dish-pan tho larger
nt the bottom ami tho smaller nt the
lop til' nil are in but thn glass. Then
pour hot water Into a pitcher with soap
In It and let It overflow on to tho dishes
till the water is soapy enough. In tho
top of the pan hare a dish largo enough
to riuso the glasses in. Wipe the dishes
while limy are hot. While wiping one
batch have the next in the dish-water
soaking and getting hot. Tho warmer
tho water tho quicker ono may finish
the wotk. In cold weather It Is n good
plan to have llio dish-pan on tho stove
to keep tho water hoL A tablo may
bo drawn up near the stovo to put the
dishes on to drain and when wiped.
Tbe kitchen utensil" pots kettles pan
should havo water put Iu them nnd
Ik) set on the stovo as soon as Ihey
have sorved (lie prison t use. Then
they will be readily washed when their
turn nunc. Take eacli ono in hand
nnd finish it nnd put It nway without
second handling If those who disllko
washing dlshos will m-ikn it a itint to
push tho work through within a cer-
tain litcd time nnd allow nothing to
Interrupt them till tho last dish Is done
they will find thn task lets onerous. A
frequent glance nt the clock Is no mean
help to one pushing this kind of work.
There nre somo housekeeper to whom
ouriig out the dishwater seem tho
signal for sandwiching iu nil sorts of
llttlo Jibs and thus stretching tho
morning dishwashing Into tho mlddlo of
the day and the evening task far into
the night. Let all little Jobs go till all
ilisli's are out of the way nnd then If
j on will "potter" till time to wash
dishes comes ngaln.
Children rre often set to washing
dishes because it Is a task easily with-
in their ability to do. Hut wo think
they should always bo assisted if possi-
ble by nit adult nr com polled lo com-
plcto tlio task within n certain llmilrd
time. Fifteen minutes vigorous work
nt tho dish-pan with n child (owiponud
put awny will dispose of n great ninny
dishes nnd tho child will not become
so disgusted and Ua of tho work' as
whore It Is permitted o drntf. His-
tnstofirdlsh-wnshlngU Often acquired
iiyiliuogiris who if properly aided
ami directed would like II rather.
If ono hits n lot of dlihr to wash
when rthe Is very tired sit down ant
rest a bit before beginning tho task
men pusn it witn nil your might and
get through and lest again. There is
no ono doineullo task Unit wo know oj
(hat is no tliejtomo and discouraging us
n prolonged and drugging tllh-wnl-Ing.
"Kefgrw it llogqther."Ar. J.
How a rreneh I'rascsnt Family Was Haired
bf Falthfnt no(
From tho town of Cnstclnandnry
comes a story that is literally true yet
which read llko tho invention of a
sensational novelist. A farmer resid-
ing In tho environs of that town nnd
who was known to havo saved monoy
returned homo ono evening accom-
panied by Ids dog a largo powerful
nnd very intelligent nnlmal. On
reaching tho house tho dog nt onco
darted to tho fanner's bedroom ns if
in search of something nnd dashed
under tho bed. A short strtigglo en-
sued nnd tlio dog then emerged drag-
ging thn corpso of a man that ho had
found hidden undor tho bod nnd whom
ho hnd seized by tho throat nnd In-
stantly strangled. Tho fanner's wifo
recognized the dead man ns a tramp to
whom she had that morning given food
nnd drink nnd who had then ns sho
thougliL gono on his way. Her husband
nt onco went in search of the police
who on arriving thoroughly examined
tho body. Concealed In tho clothes
were found a long sharp knife a
loaded revolver and a whistle. Tho
policemen then hid thcmsclvos and ono
of their number blow tho whistle.
Four mon olicycd tho signal and en-
tered tho house nnd wore immediately
captured. Thanks to the dog the
lives of tho farmor and his wife had
been saved for ono of tho miscreants
confessed that their comrade was to
havo murdered them both nnd that
thoy themselves wcro then to hnvo
aided in stripping tho house of Its con-
tents nnd In carrying them awny.
Is ThU So?
A fow years ago a llttlo book foil Into
our hands recounting tho experience of a
certain promlnont buslnoss man from
which It appeared that as with most
Americans too closi attention to business
had broken his health. Tho doctor said ho
could not llvo. lio then stated that ho used
a certain artlclo which oHoctually cured
him and "out of pratlludofor his own re-
covery ho determlnod to ilovoto a portion
of his fortuna to spreading Itsmorln bo-
foro tho world."
As wo read It wo saldl "This Is evi-
dently a shrewd expression of n commercial
motlro; It sounds well; It reads woll; but
many pooplo will not bcllovo It."
In a fow years howovor that man got
famous tho world over lio gavo sovornl
hundred thousand dollars 0 astronomical
rcsoarch and his namo becu-uo a household
word In nearly ororr homo In tho United
Hundreds of thousands of pooplo to-day
without rosorvatlon say that to this man
alono they owo their llvos.
It ton men aro collected together the
chances aro that if ono man lncldontally
refer to Warner's safo euro sovea of
Ilium will bo able to tell from thotr own
experience or from tho exporlonco of ttiuli
friends of marvotous result which that
remody has wrought.
Nothing has over been put on tho markot
wo nra told tho salo of which has boon so
groat and kept up so wondorf ally and this
nlono Is oyldenco that merit 1 at tho bot-
tom of Its popularity.
In our flies wo Una many an advertise-
ment from tbla houso. Homo pooplo havo
bellorod havo used and has boon cured;
othors havo Ulsbollorod havo not usod
Tho manufacturers havo stated as tho
result of their most careful Investigations
that tho condition of the kidneys Is tho key
to health and that they know If tho
kidneys are maintained in health by War-
nor's safo euro nlaoty-lhreo per cent of
diseases would disappear.
Tbourloncid or wasto of tho system
loft In tho blood by what may bo called
constipated kldnoys blocks up tho systm
and carries disease to every organ.
This statoment mndo timo nnd time
again. Is so full of sense that It Is now ac-
cepted ns a scientific truth by Insurance
compaelos who reject millions of risks
evory yearlf thore Is tho least Inactivity of
Tho public Is tired of tho wrangles of
this school nnd of thnt school and itli
quick to recognUo any thing that has such
conceded morit and on this ground nlono
enn wo account for Its extraordinary sales
snd popularity. j
"I received a lot of rejected manu-
scripts to-day" said Titmnrsh to a
"Did you? I had no Idea you had nn
ambition to rhino nsan author."
"Not exactly that. You see my
girl and I quarreled nnd sho returned
all my letters. tf. 1'. Sun."
"Young mon bcllovo In nothing
nowadays" said Mm. Itamsbotham
with a deep sigh. "Why there's my
nephew Tom who was brought up a
Christian nnd now bo's nn acrostic."
Foon makes Blood and Blood makes
Beauty. Improper digestion of food noce-
sarily produces bad blood resulting In a
feeling of fullness In tho stomach acidity
heartburn slck-bcadacho nnd other dys-
peptic symptom. A closely conflnod llfo
causes Indigestion constipation bilious-
ness and loss of nppotlte. To remove theso
troubles thcro Is no remody equal to Prick-
ly Ash Hitters. It has been tried and
proven to bo a spoclflc
Jcxnxo at a conclusion A dog trying to
catch hi own UlL -Vrto Jlam A'nm.
Wsj can not ronow youth but wo can pro-
vent gray hair by using Hall's llulr Ito-
newer. Ayors Pill aro a novor-falllng remedy
for hoadnches caused by a dlsordorod
It U the spur of tbe momont that mrJces
timo fly. .V. 0. J'leayunt.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KASHAS CITY starch B.
CATTI.K-fihlpptnK steers .. I S ) ft 4 1
Natlracowa .. .. IIS ft SI)
Hutchcrs' steers .. !KI a J W
IIOaS-Good to choice heary. 4 33 it HI
VIIKAT-.No. Jrcd COHU ?1!(
No. soft 57 a T.U.
COIIN-.S'o. J Slia 31
OATH No. r a MY
HYK-No. 41 O 4.1
nxJUH-Kaney. per saek .... 1M IU
HAY-New 7M Q BW
IH!TTK!t Choice creamery... SI (i a
CIIKKSK-Kull cream 1 (i M(
KOUH-Cholco W (i mi
UACON-lIam llli J
Hhoulders 0 (i 6!i
Hides T (ft 7K
I.AIil) t a t)i
POTATOUS 40 O 45
CATTLB-Sblpplng steers IN Q 131
llutehm' steers ... 3 3) (i 4(0
lIOOS-lMeUlait 6 SO ft 117(1
BHKKI'-I-'alr to choice 4 3) ft 5 01
VUWIU-Choice S1 ft 3W
WIIKAT-Ho.rel SI ft Bl!
COIIN-No. :..... ! CO
oath-No. tan w
IIYK-NO.J MO W4
IIUTTKIt-Creamery SI it IS
rOUIC 17 73 OISW
CATrf.K Shipping steers. .. .151 5 0)
IICKJH-l'arUIUHan.Uhliipln-r.. IK) (I SOI
HIIKKl'-Palr to choice 2i i 4UI
l'lXlim-Winter wheal 3 ) ft 4 W
WllKAT-No.Kred 77 Q 77'J
COItM-Ko.3 (S () M
OATS-No sin Hit
IIYK-NO M Hli
llOTri'.lt-Crea'nery MO to
pome i) ana
CATTf.J-: Common t prlnjo . 4 13 O & Si
iiouH-tioodincaoico .. .. a w to s ra
l'lAHJU-U.KxttochulM 3 O 4 7i)
WJIKAT-No. red W 1 i
COIlN-No. M O M
OATH-Wojtcrn mlied W Hi SI
IIUTTKHCroHry jj ft i
Why did the Women
of this country use over thirteen million cakee of
Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ?
Buy a cake pf Lenox and you will soon understand why.
A. a Wiiitb Agt D. AS T. n. It Zonla
Ohio writes: "lloilHtor Oough Cure is a
most efllelont remody forbrohchlt( tho
first doso rollovod mo." rrlco twonty-ilvo
July 18J1 wroto Tho. V. Glostor llol-
yoko Mass. "in throe days cured nn abcoss
on my arm with 8L Jacobs Oil." October
W 18S0 ho nyi ' Wo entirely cured of
the tcrrlbto aufforlng by IU" Price llfty
A riMKD man In Iowa can tell the color
of a red-hot stove simply by touching It
As A. raindrop foretells a storm so doos
a plmplo upon tho humnn body Indlcnto
hAnl I t.-.l Aaf Ni.ln r .! In IIi.MmJ m.1.!..!.
IVUI.U-UV...VJIIIH ' uw ... inuuiuui. wliilu
can bo noutrallzod nnd oxpolted only by Ur.
Boms farces are properly called llttlo
CossuMr-rio's may bo nvoldcd by tho timely
usoof Halo's Honey of Iforehound and Tnr.
Pike's Toothacho Drops Cure In ono mlnuto.
A srovs down In a stovc-up r.assongor
car is a deadly enemy.
What a vast amount of pain and sutterlnir
would be aTolded If the abore " Word to the
Wise" was heeded In t'me by ererybody The
most serious ailments are at first slight and It
elscn proper attention might be cured and life
March April May
Aro tho months In which to purify tho blond for
at no other season Is tbe body ao susceptlblo to
benefit from medicine. The peculiar purifying
and rerlTlngqualitles of Hood s Rarsaparllla are
lust what are needod to expel disease and forti-
fy the system against the debilitating effects of
ulld weather. Krery year Increases thn popu-
larity of Ilood'a Harsaparllla for It Is just what
people need at this season. It Is tho Idral spring
medicine. If you have nerer tried It do so and
you will be convinced of Ita peculiar merit.
N. n. If you hare made up your mind to get
flood's Sarsaparllla do not tako an7 other.
Sold by all druggists. II; alx forts. Prepared by
CL HOOD &CO. Apothecaries Lowell Mass.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
; Fit .-if miK '""alR
ua tma iqpuur oncuirr nuitow
It has stood the Test of Tears
lauurmgail uisiase of the
BLOOD. LIVER. BTOM-
Blood Invigorates and
Cleanse the Byitm.
disappear at ones undor
it benoScial lnfluonco.
It Is purely a Medicine
ailt cathartic proper-
ties forbid it mo a a
beverage. It is pleas-
ant lo tie tasle and si
ft SaT' 1 aat to ft tte and si
-BY'V Arena. ndnlts.
rcn a adults.
PRICKLY ASH DintRSCO
BrXouisaiid Kiyau Citt
COLD In HEAD
EASY TO ube. HAY-FEVER
pnww it am.ue.1 mio earn rtMtru aarl l acrvl'l.
frlfM.nUtliritglM. If mall niuteml sorts.
Clroulars In. tLl lllluS pnireuts otu V. If
HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS
JN AMERICA AND T.VUOVR.
Tbo itsUtt sjnlrkMt. ttf n4 mot powrrfal tttar
a j knnforfOitjmlim I'Utiriit.Mcurftlrl I'titr
ot Bsvksu-h H rakntie rl ! in the ebt ih! tl
- n4 psvlM. KMorsM b ooO lJiyIHne mmd Irmf-
r-UU of tho hi(bai rpt )iawN l'Utcrt tirfmit-
T rtlltft mnd entm Wkira otbr pUtr ema rru;
lft llnimcnte n4 lotion or toliil-l u1h.
JistsTftro of ImlutUsfi iiiutr rlmllr onodtnit nsvioo.
nth Cicum" Vipucin 0iii' .ilbr
rBUr1jr worthlin4lnUJilt0lr -k ruft
PiaftOst p iid Till wn othsjisv AHdniC'jrIatt'.
IJCAUUKT A JVHhlHiU. i'roirltot.ew York.
the anBAT BiTaLiair rbmhdtj
rsi Ufsr Blls. UdliMlUe !. Tn Inm Shiut.
aUla alr rl vatuSU IarMIaU. SffsU
SYSH lino. Co If. Uali at.
TOM A WAT Samples worth I.OO
KIIEK. LlnrsnoluDdsrlhal.uria'Bfrel. Writ
laiMStiu sitsTi ssi I MuiiMam.iuiiaik
H I 1 I D ill n ijyffl
M.-..I.. !.. ..M.S f Alii.
A nnrrnu. Cot.n. on Bonn TnnOAT should
not bo ncglcctod. llnown's Bnoscnut
Tnoenzs nra a simple remoay ana give
prompt roiioi. suets a oox.
' Tub first thing a shoemaker uses In bot-
toming ashoo Is tho lsU OirWf CenrtVr.
Ir nfTllotod with Bors Eyes us Dr. Isase
Thompson' EyeWator. Druggists soil it. 250.
Pjso's llemcdy for Catarrh Is ngrocnblo
. I- a llntil.1 a n antirY fWl
IU UPU. 1 In HWfc inum J pui "
"I hive used Hood's Barsaparllta In mi
family the past two years as blood purinei
and nm much pleased with the results
liarlnff accomplished Its ohlect. X recommend
It cheerfully." Jons IL IUhsxt Kansas City.
Howl's Sarsaparllla Is prepared from Sarsapa-
rllla Dandelion Mandrake Dock. Juniper Iter-
ries and other well known vegetable remedies
In such a peculiar manner as to derive the fall
medicinal value of each. It will cure when la
the power of medicine scrofula salt rheum
sores bolls pimples all humors dyspepsia bil-
iousness sick headache. Indigestion general de-
bllitycaiarrhrheumatlsmkidney and liter com-
plaints. It overcomes that extreme tired feeling
"Ilood'a Sarsaparllla cured mo of dyspepsia
and liver complaint with whleh I had suffered 50
years." J. U. Ilonxnccx South Fallsburg N Y.
Boldhyalldruggtsls. l;i!iforW. Prepared b
C L HOOD & CO. Apothccartos Lowell Mass.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
For ALL of tKot P&Inful
t Dakett CfMrtnItInli uuf
jfjfff CofDptictttd troubUi ftnd
i Yvnw to common
fcIMiJ imOf0ur Vfivtl M0Wc.
a 1 1 aivi rta n vr mg i
trwlU Infu mv
if. oa tsvrra-
t Hon rIttna '
w lHnJaefnnti it
' r?i2 ?s ???"'????!
';y-rJV vLtv.js Pri""ri
.yThwVomnnUaurwFrlttnfl o li$t
cmiCAicm rrrrr wiixwDEB iu.aacTmcTS aci
cr uma town rrtuia ritir. wnom axb ucucnaV
is alw An muiunr cvumo vt m cu
-iTHoldty ImUu. Ir!co9lprr bottle.
Un. rUihmm'i Liter I'llli cum coatlipalloa. Iwc
LURES WnLBt AIL LL&t IAI1S.
SestpouKhHyrup. lailMinnd. Dso
in limn. noii iiviiniffcrKU.
llAISESTItl 15 N. J 1
Octobor 15 lssa (
B. T IlAZEf.TIN-X
Dtar Sir l
I was talcon with a vory
sovoro cold last Bpring
and triod orcry euro wo
had in tho store and could
I hail our vitiligo doctor
procrlbo for tuo but kept
gelling vrorso. I saw nu
other physlrian front I'ort
Jervls it. Y. and ha told
mo ho used I'iso's Cure
for Consumption In his
I bought a botUo ami
twfora I had taken nil of
it thero was a cbnngo for
tho bolter. Then I got my
cmployor to ordor a quan-
tity of tho roodlclno and
keep It In stork. I took
ono moro bottlo and my
Counh was cured.
ITJK1S WniHi lit IIS( IMS
DettOouch Itrun. Taalra good. Dm
111 in.iw. n.1111 iit orru
JBwa MARIGOLD "EL DORADO."
IM A tucket of this beautiful flower post.
jBe paid with our elegant aud catuplctt
W Catalogue for iSSy.
IT TELL8 tho WHOLE STORY
of the Csnlcu. All on receipt of cents
VAVCaiAN'H Hl'.ltU HTOHIt
140 k 1411 Vi. 'Washlnvtoa Ob OUIOAOO
rarweis jiyi.ii(rs sni
n imr I.A'I'U
iH Ath.rfl alui nf VMM
r I..!1!'!! UAUel nf dSSS. TI1.EB1A
kinds nf Haws eo 111
Hiwa it.ni. inn iiiCJier. IIQUK
' '"l'A7l'tutlle'Mariaer. twe
'"".IC.V-i O.'.'t Jrt?'' l";lars run. Ad-
iMrfll & Iillo- flw Oarouu I'eio.
I'runlntf mil all
RRIMn your own
II KAMA at I'lJur u. Sterii
w .. aSftnl.Sl.lKh.ll..
."7 V.lffnl.inQreinadeln kerwnf .!
Irr. AUn I'OWI.'li MIl.lJs . VAiaXk-
rKKIS MILLS rfroilsrs kn4 Ttitlmonltle seat
oasfltcslWa. VVItiuX Mo5.tvuJr
vnrnniu vuuala- --" ."-
And all dlscAsc of tho Throat and Ijngf
enn bo cured by tho uso of Bcott's Kiuul-
lon ns It contain tho bonllng 'Virtu?0'
Cod Wvor OH nnd Hypophosphlto In their
fullest form. Is a beautiful crontny Emul-
sion palatable as milk easily dlgostcd and
can bi flren by tho most doltcnto. Pie";
road! ''loonaldor Bcotl's Kmulslon tho
rorocdy par-oxcollcnco In Tuberculou and
Btrumou Affections to sny nothing of
ordinary colds nnd throat trouble' w.
It. 0. ConssLt M- D.i Manchester O.
. i i
Castob oil I eay to give but awfully
hard to tnko" Bo is advice rwarfr'Ala
a t. .s-
ltftnt-il nSsI1 i
TV0- Vr Iu Jh I
Finds tiltnisrs In IU Mnsle. Hrlint "
mnke h Chlldl-M hnPPr. IT yon nr l
d or a new set of klnaln Hooks
D S1V --
Series of Premln. ffin'wilont'
Mestfts. nr I. 11. Ttnnfr and B. A. IleBoian.
wicetf centfipsrdqifn.wrn. .
t mill abli writer " f hi book has n)nsg...nd
teWnsT each with its own tun lluilo and
words mostly new. M
Slnelnjr en the Way. XXvfo
Fresh Flewers. Mlf-My-fflW"
frlcsWcontil ptrdoien.n.10. Mnf.woi
LYON & MEALY CHICAGO.
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Tlio Original Mid nly fleintlne.
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t A?nV"hr?.rVrleMi r ui.p.IKi ."(or r-.r-
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ci fcna bttm nwm ?y:
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TONIOaMfaand pnJrenr. li)"'.?
thr fomplr.lon.. rriq.l lJ 'ISSlST'tt
io onlr add to tka rlHlr of th avIirlMl. w
aostipnniDV-Tv mm vai.ifl.v -
IlI.tdMli. aampU.OoM and umm Booil
llt.tdMli. B.mpU.Dota and urjjm Bona.
THE DR.HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY
LIVE STOCK GUTS.
TVo will op.
or any other
Cut shown la
Hook at or
A. N. KELLOCQ NEWSPAPER CO.
ZLioTsorvrasa rraaioTTrxai ab
314 Wast Blsth 8treat. Kansas City Mo.
him: i.nronTATiorri in ibso.
Tho btt Diu vt Housx In tha world ar
nJ IIKHT CfiMsKCTlUN
In th UnitM httf. Iri-
rlucllnff thn wtnnrt of ll
prrniiuini Itl fklL
rrlcv moaiermt. Terra
I Brwlf io4 Importer
AUV.Vsrja JAMUTILLX. Wit.
nma IWiM for CktArrh ! tha
unit uuicet; 10 uto anu wienpcBu
Bold brdmfrjtfutn or Mnt 17 nuilL 1
JS.T. uaieiiino ttonrn liu H
IH PIIIA sboaM mel tht eynof
B I V nrlvy luCtrlniwlih
Ifti I'mionicAL IUinh. nrnypf tUt
n M WKAK.NKSltrj)womniir o mnrh (
m nirtnil wlih b ran euro hcrtalf of lbm
whll ftinlng strangth and m hatthf
W - rolor itsinin ilmp.br tha u of thner
TrieliM renifHlr KIM I Kl. lh m rrktt dlrov.
ryot tbaifuraHKemal iroubl. Tho-LhK
hva aMKl it pay thty will ntf cr bm without IU On
trial confine. rrHw T4 cots for pack air contain
Inc on month's traalmant. If too can not set It at
nearcat drug atvre lend price 4
win te Mot at once In joor andreaa br toall aecur
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Ons Attn! fXmhanl onll) wsnlrt In svsry town fr
llurlni tha Uit rear Tourumtmol ma wlihvrjmt!
"Tamlll a runrv" ThUmiinlh ioa havnaoldm
lt;iil. alratwt all f whlrh haw ben sold from ona
In nva to rarh i non on will pltax ship ijlDav.
rr Hatuniar until further nullco. C. 8. 1'huwitt.
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Address It. W. TAXSILI A CO. Chlcsf.
rofc n DISCOVERY.
luellona fur rnul tlauca. -rosiclu wllhcmlii
hinsnf Mr. rnncroa tat Astruannier IJona. W. VV
Ajrroa. Jcdsii H. 1iiji Urs. atiaoa. Wood and
oiherssent jmmi rave by
. rnor. loisette
337 llflh Avsiiue IVatr Tork.
RJ) AfcTtr aniviarrvr with ih. trun
which makes beautiful Porlralta (ne'rfw "ly rurreesS
rroiii small plttur.u no prevlum Initruetfon mm-
CuiiiiOela ontpt. wilh brlntrd Initroetlons
'i ITt'K'.t'l ri1.'!; . Send for circular.
Ait A luUlAllliMiN fUMunru SUChicaa-oI
EWaNTVnill atlweiwmtn ma.
proflUble emptnaat to rvprMBl aa la ?
conair falarjr H per month and eJin. er
trwm eommiMioo ea mim it pntrmo. OsMUauDle
TrrontJUT Ovlfll and MrlWUn Vmisi.
trfAMDAUU &UVUlWXlU LXJ-. UobtOlf.
for aoWlara and widows of th
Ueileaq War and HrtwUlon. All
kln1anffilnstrnnMit rMstlma tTViU
ivriefl. uirruiaroi lawawuiiree nrzantAlli 4.
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;Ulm Cotlectorv IndltnaputU lad.
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HOG CHOLERA. u.xKON
Bent rre. C. B. Joxr A Co Illoorolnftoo IIL
JIVVAKT AI?TTSI rbr beat MASH MtrR
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fly lcta. MfIll0CCOllMiUT.Climis"o;
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Uibi free N tnostL i'usuikuo Com St. liwls. Wo
If von want ustisr
and cub al iu
Jume. send for nit
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SrMSM. Address CL.eifl.a Mf.C QelMr.
WE WANT Yd I r"rien'.sndv.oinrn4sslr
" r kn"ll J uu In pruilaf. a emnluvment to seM
KT.H'he speclsTir. IVolielu) ercenV Ad
BARB WIRE L" '" roa mooer.
AtlKNTM rou will Bnd last whalvoowanlbvaA.
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 10, 1887, newspaper, March 10, 1887; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70958/m1/4/?q=%22%22~1: accessed December 11, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.