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Pointers For Those Lookinc To
ward the Promised Land.
rrovision of tlie Homestead and Town Site
Law-Oe.erlpUoa or the Land.-What
the IndiMU Appropriation BUI
The Iloeneatead Uw,
For the benefit of those who are not fa
miliar with the Homestead laws, a brief
but comjiretientive abstract is herewith
presented, giving the conditions under
which the Oklahoma land may be entered
and settled. The Timber Culture and Pre
emption laws not being applicable to lands
in tbe ne Territory, no one can obtain a
patent for more than 1 GO acres. Subjoined
are the rnls which govern:
Section :. Eiry person who is the bead
of a family, or who has arrived at the e ,T
twenty-one years ami is a citizen of the United
States, or who has. filed his declaration of In
tention to become Mich as required by the nat
uralization laws, shall be entitled to enter one
quarter taction or a lt-ss quantity of unappro
priated public land, to be located in a body in
conformity to the legal hubJivi.Ions of such
ITtoelaw under which the larnls arc to be
opened limits the effect of this section to the
extent or providing that each homestead lo
cated shall as nearly as practicable be In
square form 1
Section 2..-W) provides that the person apply
ing ror tin; bcn'flt of the prec-ding section
shall uiwn application to the register or the
land-office in liich he is about to make entry
make affidavit that he is the bead of the family
or twenty -one years or age or has performed
service in the army or navy of the United
State, and that such application is made for
his e cluive use and benefit and the entry
made for actual residence and cultivation, and
that no other person is directly or indirectly in
terested In such entry. The fee for such entry
and affidavit to be made to the register is tr. for
eichty acres or leas and 110 lor more than
Section 'JXil provides that no certificate shall
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Showing the Lands
I- Kiicti or patent issued for Mich laml until the
expiration of tlw ye.ir- from the tlate of Micti
entry- At tlie eml of tlie jicril or within two
jears therrarter the t-etiler must make proof
trfori the repister that lie 1ms iictually n-stdnl
tilHin ir rultivaUil saiit lanti ilurin;; the u hole
time iiresonlH'd. I'toper iH-naltics tor fcrjury
in iiiakinp tlieorit;in:il atliJavit jiiiJ tlnal proof
Sections 2i".i and i!3"i prescrilo the method of
procedure in cases where the jK'rsim desinnn
tuul proof Is In the Government military or
naval service or ho is ill aim uuahle to appear
Ix'tore the register.
Section S.1" makes it inrutn" cnt upon the
register of the land-tf!lco to keep a teconl of all
applications for homestead entries and make
proper returns of same to general land offlre.
Section J-.9.i provides that homestead lands
shall not he lialde on execution for debts con
tracted jit ior to settlement.
Th next section provides for n reversion
of lands tothe fioveriiimnt in case of an
nl'aniloiinient for six months or a change
of reidiice on the pirt of the settlor.
Section tr.SK prohibits the acquisition of more
than one quarter section under the Homestead
Section iXI. the next of importance after the
fotvpoinp. is of imtHirtar.ee to veterans. It
pn ides that any private or ofn er of the army,
or say sailor, marine or officer who served in
the navy the period of ninety days or more ami
was honorably discharged durinp the late war
shall to entitled to make a homestead entry of
lf acres and shall lc allowed six months after
lllitiK his declaratory statement and niakltu; his
location within which to enter, improve the
lands and make actual settlement.
Section 2.t!5 adds further to the veteran's
ripUts by providing that his term of service shall
be deducted from the time necessary to obtain
a patent tie years in the case of ordlnary
cttizeus. In the event that the soldier or sailor
was discharged by reason ot wounds or disabil
ities received while in service the entire period
for which he enlisted shall be deducted from
the tune necessary to prove up the claim, with
out reference tothe time of actual service.
Sect:on sC provides that widow s of soldiers
and sailors w ho served at least ninetv days or
more in the late rebellion shall, if unmarried,
be entitled to the same rights and privileges
under the homestead laws as their husbands
would have enjojed if they had lived. It is fur
ther provided by the recent law, in a paragraph
taken from the original homestead law. that
any person who having attempted, but for any
cause failed to secure a title in fee to a home
stead under existing law. or who made entry
under what is known as the commuted provi
sion of the homestead law (section i)I) shall
be Qualified to make a homestead entry upon
The provisions of section 2301. the appli
cation of which are expressly omitted from
the Oklahoma lands, are as follows:
Nothing ia this chapter shall lie so con
strued as to prevent any psrson who has
located atid entered upon a homestead
from paying the minimum price ?1.2. per
acre at anytime before the expiration of
five years and obtaining a patent for such
lauds. This is called the commutation
No scrip of tho Revolution or war of
1'li. or of any other sort, can be applied
to these homestead lauds.
A soldier or sailor who takes advantage
of the Homestead law must reside at least
a year on the- laud, even though be may
have leen six or seven years in the xnili
tarv or naval s-ervice.
The sections of the United States stat
utes relative to the locating of town sites
are as follows:
Section 2SS7. When any portion of the
public lands hare been or may be settled
upon and occupied as a town sit it is law
ful, in case snch town is incorporated, for
the corporate authorities, and If not incor
porated for the judge of the coanty
court of the county in which said land
is situated, to enter at the proper
land-office and at tbe minimum price.
ive interests, the execution or which trust
as to the disposal of the lots in such town,
and the proceeds of the sale thereof to be
conducted under such reculations as may
be prescribed by tb legislative authority
of the State or Territory in which tbe same
nay be situated. A limitation of this law
is made in section 13 of the Indian Appro
priation bill, and provides that nqt more
than 320 acres shall be entered as a town
The next section (23S8) provides that tbe
declaration of the intention of the inhab
itants of a town to enter the land as a
town site shall be filed at tbe proper land
office. The method of locating a town which
will be applied at first in Oklahoma con
tains the following preliminaries:
When persons desire to found a town
they must file a plat, verified by oath, with
the register and receiver of the land-office
of the district. Within a month a verified
copy must be sent to tbe General Land
office. The sale of lots is under the super
vision of the Secretary of the Interior, as
in mil me proceedings.
Description of the Country.
Those who wib to obtain a correct esti
mate of the characteristics of the country
just ceded by tbe Creeks and Seminoles
can lay the foundation best by fixing in
mind the general slope from west to east.
The further we go east tbe lower the lead
lies. The finest agricultural lands ia the
new acquisit on are in Oklahoma proper
and the small reservations east of it. Al
most the whole of this is rich, arable land,
composed of gently rolling prairies inter
spersed with river bottom. A small part
of it is rocky and there are tracts of tim
ber of considerable size. Hereaud there
a sandy spot may be found. As a rule tbe
timber grows better and more plentiful
as one goes east. Moving westward
the ground becomes less abundantly
supplied with timber and water, and after
passing a line drawn north and south
about thirty miles west of Fort Reno, tbe
country is, generally speaking, suitable
only for grazing and tbe climate is snore
subject to extremsi of beat and cold than
MAP OF THE INDIAN TERRITORY,
Ceded and to be Negotiated for; also tbe
further cast. There are several valuable
tracts of timber not far from Fort llono,
but west of that point there is little except
worthless btnek jack onk ami some cotton
wood along the iMittotns. The hipli prairies
west of longitude !S.r.O aie well covered
with grass nnd th- soil is naturally pos
sessed of tho properties necessary for
crops, but the wuter supply is not yet
surtlcieiitly certain for dense population,
nnd crops will not repay the wettler as
well as on the more eastern lands. It
may ! said that gras prows in sufticient
abundance for stock raising almost all
over tho lands ceded by tho Creeks and
Tho Cherokeo has tbe same pen oral
characteristics as tho foregoing nnd if it is
milled to tho homestead lands tbe settler
will have to fix up a hom east of V5 30
west longitude if ho wishes to cultivate or
dinary farm crops. West of that line
there are small arable patches but most of
the laud is high prairie, suitable prin
cipally for stock raising. Extensive salt
deposits are found in the western part of
the strip on the surface and there is little
doubt that thn Fame salt formation which
supplies tho Hutchinson wells also extends
down into this region. Inexhaustible
quantities of gypsum also exists in the
western part of tbe stiip.
Tho climite ot all that section of the
country lying east of 9S.33 west longitude
is superb. Army officers and others who
have lived there describe it as tbe most
agreeable inland climate in America. It
is neither very warm nor very cold, giving
a wi olixnmo chaupe from winter to sum
mer, with almost perfect spring and fall.
In addition to furnishing a magnificent
soil unsurpassed even by the Illinois bot
tom in productiveness, and so favorably
situated that it is now ready for tbe plow,
interposing few obstacles of rock, swamp
or forest, the eastern part furnishes a cli
mate so exquisitely balanced batween the
long winters of the North nnd the long
summers of the South that almost all the
product ot both North and South can be
successfully cultivated. The citizen of
the new Oklahoma can b busy on bis
farm, if he wishes, nearly the whole year
round. He will have railroad connections
front the first with North, South, East and
The small reservations east of Oklahoma
proper are all composed of the very ties!
lands. The status of the tribes which now
occupy them varies and what will be done
with them is doubtful. The Sacs and
Foxe occupy 479.667 acres by treaty of
IS". That part of the Pawnees reserva
tion which lies within the former Crvek
country contains M.000 acres and was as
bv act of Congress of 1JT6.
The Iowas and Kickapoos are located by I
executive order onlv. The Pottawatomie
were located by the act of Congress of
ISTi By the teims of the agreement with
them they have the privilege of taking
lands in severalty and becoming citiseas
of the United States. A few of them have
taken up lands and become citizens. The
great majority have not.
The Appropriation BUI.
There seems to be different interpreta
tions of the amendments to the Indian Ap
propriation bilL Washington dispatches
affitm that by tbe provisions of that part
of the bill which opens the Oklahoma
lands to settlement both the Creek and
Seminole cessions are declared a part of
the public domain. The Creek lands com
prise about 2,eV.000 acres and the Semi
nole cession about 2.000,000. These lands
embrace all that part of the Indian Terri
tory west of the Creek diminished reserra
tioa south of the Cherokee oat let, east of
the panhandle of Texas and north of the
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of tbe Cheyenne and Arapahoe reserve
tieua north of tbe main Canadian river
are all within tbe limits of tbe ended
lands. Tbe Sac and Fox reservation was
purchased by the Indians under tbe treaty
of 1834 and its present status will be pre
served till changed by negotiations which
are provided for by tbe bilL Under tbe
act of Congress of 1872 the Pottawat
omie have already takes allotments and
the remainder will be opened to settlement
by proclamation of tbe President. Tbe
Paw sees were settled on their reservation
by tbe act of Congress of April 10, 1876;
while the Cherokee and Arapafaoes, Iowas
and Kickapoos hold by executive order.
Under the operations of tbe Indian Sev
eralty act bat a small portion of these
reservations will be required for perma
nent homes. Their reservations may be
reduced under tbe Severalty act or by
agreements made with tbe Oklahoma
The President is authorized to appoint
three commissioners to negotiate witb the
Cherokee Indians and with all other In
dians owning or claiming lands lying west
of the 96th deg. of longitnde in tbe Indian
Territory, for the sale to tbe United States
of all their title, claim and interest in said
lauds. Tbe result of any such negotiation
to be reported to tbe President and by bim
to Congress at its next semis. It is pro
vided that the terms of settlement made
witb tbe Semiuoles this year shall be sub
mitted to the Cherokee for their approval.
The Cherokee may accept or refuse these
terms a they see fit
Ia case the commission succeeds is par
chasing tbe Cherokee and other lands ia
dispute, and tbe bargain is approved by
Congress and the President, then tbe
lands may be opened to settlement by
proclamation of tbe President.
None of tbe lands within the reservation
m-ntioned will be subject to settlement
antil the President takes action as pro
vided by law.
A Pen-Portrait of Boulanger.
When I entered he was sitting at s
long table covered with books and pa-
jwrs, but ho immediately arose, enroo
forward with u pleuMint "bon jour'
and a honrty grasp of the hand, and
led mu to a seat. It was tho tirst time
I had seen him, and I observed with
some surprise that lie was not in tho
least like the published jKirtraits that
are to be seen in every part of Paris.
Ho has nothinpr of tho dapper look of
the photograph and engraving. His
hair is not dark and nicely combed, as
you sec it in tho "pictures in little."
but it is iron pray, and it stands
"cropped" and erect. His beard, too,
is tawny and slightly mixed with pray.
In physique ho is middle height, well
filled, and neither stout nor slender.
Ho has a stronger face nnd a more in
tellectual head than the popular por
traits credit him withal, and the lines
in his face are. distinctly marked
there is quite a deep lino running across
his forehead. His eyes are keen and
pray. His co:it was semi-military in
cut, but not in color, for, like his
trousers, it was a kind of yellow
brown. Boston Herald.
How to Make Bone Dust.
The followinp method of manufactur
ing bone dust is practiced and com
mended by a New England farmer:
From 1M1 pounds of steamed ground
bones, separate W pounds of the finest.
Put the coarser 100 pounds into a
I steamer or kettle with au equal weight
of water, cover and boil about an
hour. Then dip out tlie contents into
a half-hopshead tub while hot. and
gradually pour into it about 50 pounds
of oil of vitriol, stirring the mixture.
When effervescence has ceased, add
the remaining 50 pounds of dry, fine
hones and mix thoroughly. Bones
which have had the grease and glue
removed from them are much easier
dissolved than raw ones. Boston
A Veteran Composer's Idol.
Herr Gungl. the veteran waltz com
poser, who recently died at Weimar, is
said to have spent the saost of his
waJnp hours of the last eight years
fso to face with the portrait of a
beautiful woman. Who the original
was no one appears to know, and what
her relations were with Gungl were
equally mysterious. Close friends of
the old composer who have known him
intimately for half a century, say that
they never saw this woman, and never
even knew qf the portrait until eight
years ago. when Gungl suddenly with
drew from society and began living
the life of a recluse. An ivory minia
ture of the same woman was buried
with him. Boston Transcript.
Flaherty "AtTah. Muldoon. yea
needn't be lettia on to be radia'; sure,
Oi have so intintion av shpakia'1 1
yez. I xned up me moisd wakes ag
nirer to pass another word wid tb
loikes ar your Muldoon "Giant
out ar that, ye thafe ar the worr-rld;
SLAVIC MOON FABLES.
Ascribed to Fair Lass by Bellevets
la Meperstltieas Stgu.
A maiden was accustomed to spin late
on Saturday in the moonlight. At one
time the new moon on the eve of Sun
day drew her up to itself and now ho
sits in the moon and spins and spins.
And now, when the "gossamer days"
set in late in the summer the white
threads float around in the air. These
threads are the spinning of the lunar
Tho moon is especially a ghostly
avenger of human arrogance, and has
its humors, according to which things
go well or ill with it. In its increase
it has a special force and a certain
good-will for tbe earth and its inhabit
ants, while in its decrease it is friend
ly to no one. The pood woman must
not do any sewing in the decrease of
the moon, for the stitches will not hold:
farming tools must not be left in the
field, because, it is believed, if they
are, crops will not again thrive there.
If an unbaptized child be exposed tothe
moonlight it will lose its luck for its
whole life. If one points at the moon
with a ringer he will suffer from swell
ing around the nail; and whoever spits
at the moon will lose all his teetlu
These beliefs, too, are international.
The same is the case with the religious
notions about the new moon. Sorcer
ies of cery kind, to be successful,
must be performed on Sunday night of
the new moon. Tlie hair must lie cut
only in the increase of the moon, oth
erwise there is danger of getting head
ache. If a person returning home in
the evening sees the new moon, ho
ought to takij some money out of his
pocket and utter an incantation that
will make it increase a hundred times
during the month.
The moon is also supposed to have
an influence over animals and plants.
Dr. F. S. Krauss, in Popular Science
Fatm tho Iteralt of Faith, St. Louis. Mis
souri, August 10, 18o7.
Referring to Bhallcnberger's Antidote
for Malaria, tho business matinger of tho
Ilera'd of Faith would say, that be gave this
medicine a personal trial, und was p.-edily
cured of an unpleasant Intermittent Fever.
He then recommended it to F. J. Tiefen-
braun, 1915Papin street, and to police officer
Meidvnger, at the Union Depot, both of
whom were cured bj- it of chills and fever
of several years' suindititr. Recently his
wife, after a fever of several dajs' dura
tion, took a single doso and was perfectly
cured. In view of these remarkable cures,
and remembering bow much money is spent
for quinine, so little to be depended upon,
and often so injurious, wo can only wish
that Hhallcubcrger's Antidote would come
rJacoa Towb. the millionaire of Port De
posit, Md., lately donated .V)0,UI0 for the pu r
pose of founding a school for boys and girl
in which, besides the usual studies, stn'l
be taught mechanical trades, telegraphy,
stenography, wood, copper and sU-el en
graving, sewing, cooking and all other do
mestic and culinary arts.
Engravings of ItulMings. Portraits, Etr.
If tou want Encravincs of nnv drscr lo
tion Buildings, Portraits. Machinery,
Mans, Plats, eta, write to us for samples
ana prices. Only photo-engraving estab
lishment west of the Mississippi run by
A. N. Kxlloqo Newspaper Co..
Kausas City, Mo.
Wnsx bathing the face do not open tbe
eyes under water, as this :s apt to be in
jurious to tbo epithelial covering of the
Tested ht Time. For Ilronchial affec
tions. Coughs, etc.. Brown's BitovcnuL
Tkociies have pmrwf their efficacy by a test
of many years. Price, ' cts.
Tna skin contains more than 2.000,000
opcninRs. which are the outlets of an equal
number of sweat Klands.
Don't wait until yon arc sick before trylnf?
Carter's Little Liver Pills, but Ret a via! at
once. You can't take tbeni without benefit.
It Is now proposed to clear the air in mills
and factories of all dust by tacaus of elec
tricity. Plk iaxt. Wholesome Spovdy. for cotiehs
is Halo's Honey of Horehoutid aad Tar.
Iiko's Toothachu Drops Cure in one minute.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV. March li
CATTLE Shipping Mcer ..I 3 rtJ ft -1
4 17 4
HOGB tooa to choice heavy.
WHEAT No. i red
tt r" O. a. . Ba. a
FLOUR Patent, per sack ..
HUTTEK Choice creamery...
CATTLE Shipping teers. ...
SHEEP Fair to choice
WHEAT-No. t red .
CORN No. 2......... . ....
RYE-No. 2 . .,
lCJKI...aa ... ..
CATTLE Shipping steers .
HOGS Park-lac aad shipping.
SHEEP Fair to choice
WHKAT-No. 2 red
OATS No. 'i
EYE Nri. J .. ... .....
4 S S4S
44 4S S
PORaw n SB
CATTLE Coatee to pnaae..
HOGS Gxd to choice
FLOUR Good to choice
WHEAT No. red
If You Have
the. we sisaaasfc avawl hettM awtS
rhmlaaf, fiealas aVaaTawsa f ream
Tee. Ar XC
With malarial disease, hut with prodigioas
violence afterwards, if vou neglect lanae
diate measures of relief. The surest pre
ventive and remedial form of medication ia
Hoetetters Btomach Bitters, tee poteacy of
which as an antidote to miasmatic poison has
been demoastraied for over thirty years
past. The liver when disordered and cea
gested, the bowels if constipated, and the
kidneys if inactive are promptly aided by it,
and it is invaluable for dyspepsia, servotts
debility aad rbecmalisas.
Tra stomach daily produces aiae pounds
sf gastric juice for digestion ef load; iU
capacity ia about live pints.
Backache is almost hnmod fate! v relieved
by wearing one of Carter's Smart Weed and
Belladonna Backache natters. Try one
be free from pain. Price 'Ji cents.
Is France juggling ts taught for the bea
eflt of tbe health. It brings the muscles
sf the arms and chest aad back wio play.
Xbvu sleep opposite a window which
will throw a flood of strong Light oa the
eyes whea you wake in the morning.
March April May
Are lb bass months la vbieb to parity jomi tloul.
for at bo oitkcr scrnsoa does fb system so Bocb
aseS the aid of a rsliaale nedlcioe like lloud
tanaprtlla, a now. Iariic ibe loag. cold inter,
tbe Mood bceoeies tain aad Impure, tbe bod? be
comes weak and Urad. the appetite msf b lost.
Hood's Satsapanlla Is swenuarlr adapted to pertfr
aadennc tbe Stood, to create a good apsstute aad
to eseuuais Us tired feaUaa.
"Every spring tor ysar 1 bs atade It a prattle
to take frost tare to Se butties of lluud's serss-
partlla, beeaasa 1 know It parfflrs the blood aad
thoroughly cleanses tbe systess of all impentiee
Tnsl btagald feeling, sometime called 'sprtag
freer.' will never visit tbe system that baa been
properly eared for by tbls never-fsJllng remedy.
W. IL LAwasincK. Editor Agricullsral CpltoaUst.
The Best Spring Medicine
"I nave taken three bottles of HcxsJ'e Parsap.
rflls and coot kler II tbe beat bkmd medicine I bkTc
ever taken. It builds rue up, rnskee me sleep bet
ter, gives me a good appetite and ImpniTea my
health generally." lilts. A. 1. Lsiuutum. Port
Sold by all 1rugglta. fl; sis lorSV. Prepared naif
by CI. HOOI a "o. Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
PUKE COD LITER OIL,
Extract of Mitt, tni
Pasaaasinsl wphbi af n?P"pborhitas
WsyMpwaHIS JJISIP SJI (Uaieamlo.ia)
A Kellable BUeaedr far
Cofiasaia, CjH LVdj, Iwitik, Dnfafts,
Scrofuii H 6omi MSty.
Tery rr tabe. We aat pradaee Xaa
aea. aad la easily aaalmllated.
Tbaaaaada m Pbyalelaaa are trrrlln It In
their regular practice ami aaaag aaaert tbat It !e
Atk your Ilnicgiit fur It aad tabe a atber.
J. A. MAGKK dr. CO.. Manafactarera.
Lawrence Sfaaa.1 Toronto. Canada.
Rare Chance for Settlers.
Tlie Railroad .Krtta ot Ti baring drTelored an
as to trlng within ear acrrta nf git interior aad
exaboarj markets the Und granted to tbe
It baa been determined to cCrr to eettlers the
In fsraaef IfOarreeand orr!. Thx-Un.l were
hiraiol by lb Company anionc the raitlt. witb
rvercialrareaa to avil. tlmtr and vitrr Tb'T are
stapled to tbe grvwtS uf rnttfn. rurn, uati. hat.
trler. r-. vegrtabUe. orrbard and garden aad
t b varftoa domeat ir grawra.
Mtnated in tbe elvud and hraltby region known
utbe Nmthrrn I'anbanlleof Trsa. ihry n i
9ait ef aale, favorable to man ao1 braet. wbr
oat 4vr work ran be carried oa the yrar round, aad
are In marked contrast witb region cf rly aad lata
frt( rr vt drtructlie " Miliar J."
I'opalation la fact aonringln. and leal gmrramect
u already etaWIhed, with at boot, cbarrbea. Ac
rearfyaaym'nt. with nteret mi deferred paTtt.
Tor further Informatloa as te tbee ana land la
adjacent couattea, arJr to
J. IS. NAPIER, Vernon, Tsias.
(who Is wresaiwd to show to anaaaere): ar la
C. C GIBBS, Land AgM, Houston, Tat.
Twegentlsaan nn tbe left toospiereflry. "iaa
sadSaraaaarilis Mlitoree. wbkeh nUaed bla digea
Uon and gaee blm mertwRal rboaUau Tbe
gentleman oa the ngfct took Bwirra sescirtc
t. AS) whlcw forced oat taw uoiaoo. and jallt baa
as from the flm dose.
SWIFT sntariC I enarelr a vegetable avedv
elaa. and la the -nty medletae wbieti ba ever eared
Blod PDtoon. Scrofala. Bl.wd Haaioe aad tlndrwd
dtaaaaaa. (lead for oar bnr on Ktnnd aad Skin di
eaaea, mailed free. THBSWIITSPCCinCOO.
Drawer A, Atlanta. CSV
I miffard from ot
tarra 12 seers. TSe
dropping in!o thr
tkruat nrre niuiamt.
ing. Jfy anar WM ai
aaost doily. . Slmet
Craaas Balm Arr had
SH Menjingr, anrraraj
if raftr; 14. D.
G. Ikrrtdam. sratA
A earttrie la aswHeg btu aeh avartnl aad aa
b rrvlretataVBgM; mall. rT'
SS rewta. EXT atOTTmtJCBl Warr-a U. e T
J. L CASE T. CO.
EenoTnied Amcult'l Lands
tocataJ alone the line oftb Fcrt Worth A Deaeer
City ft. K..tlnnlas with WU Larger
auBrracrt asas ee
awmwl I BkJ I tewflaa.
AVBjTSaaV Moras leasers. TTa4SraT.a4
SaW SilaX aaaaaaaary. BTInn rsuii a
atayrogejaa CaTsiiBsts. sting FaXSaV
PBIBSa awawmaj mamaj aj amma awmj
Ftr StaWe-Mfl as. StockatM.
Sltf. Ctk4 Seal.
at Wcaaas. SVtassaa, See
v. SUM. WbtUea. ra tm.
At Dactt:rrs psauss.
ss cactus a. man ca. m
ArotnxrccTTaJtTrvt rjrsxas Tie mtu
Stemstk Treaties Anaiag. Taereft em.
rnr f-el e- ffrjl fcxW H fi Yrr-0
9 rrWj4 S rt tilmrrtltm, ll Sampia
THE ClAIUSa. VIMIEI CsV."!
te ike BUM k - m
-'badly a4 aa
U- ILo !!. as
i ia t tre
Onr name i iB tbe eotlvai vfrrryba. CTlrt
ftmr S-lT for rre' Iwt TtiMr Ir h6v
krrplbrm 'ii4 turn ad lll fxrtM.h jou iru
recl(torpilr c U. rtltbat rA. t bbiagn. In.
a bas s till rrta ar Mmaa
a war aaorv than
Catalov'tir. It. II
islmtiiMay. lloekfvrd. IU,
All tuna m r.lk Lrallrr Nklrt
or Il Kabtr 1 rtmnilricv.tic&ran
ired to ctvr ufact.1ua uf rnun r
f aa.lnl. Kd ril llruea.t utttn Mt
lUokof M. J".UC. "Tlie iIi!ik
gir hrt- I era- for l!miiT,
rtry hnrvowner ainl trrc-ttrUiutd
hirron" Ausar M'akia?. Cal
FLOY l FOHTLH
Coe CUfh. n-gta.
leanKx.ta. M:rl Ij
er. liar err niooj ret-s
nlUnUall 'n' sn " rnoleaiid ron'iluJ
.... . ijl.ae. Srt for ranihlt d
fll I CD cr1p'te uf Ihl wnd'rful uTf
aVIl I CH KAI'AWb MICKUUt. K1U.LU CO.
Lata iTncJial aju!br.
I n I'rtul..a Hureau. AH I
t. ., aveMtuiiy
pierute rlalnu. uritttai. 1
IncrraM-, er-ratine. wkSn. nilMrn' an-I tl-in I
dnnt reUtUra. I.tfa-rleuiiei 1 jra. In lat fT nyi
4n IVnlm liureau. txt 4 in. txactldue attorney. I
acat m: raria n a
LatV't and r rju!rtd tablltbineaF n! of the
MtMlutpt'l rbolurnirTaitiig drprinrit tvi by
elrrtrtc llfhL xl aurk. pr oijttr at rraaab!e
rr er Arltr fursinia and r mlr.
A.N Kukhiii ,NiirriUv KaaueCtty. M
CUDI nVBEMT?""" wewStakle.eaar. Ad'
tMrLUTureV. Iavell Maafk.Cw.. trie. r.
artaa rut rrss r-
bbbV TraP-BmV. sBBBW
-rr gMTAT- a ami
-" faJJl BOX
ShvwVw 1 4v a. "
rwttieat HMK ever I.
rPrtate-U. Tlxuaml of C-T-Klun
tnga. Ilct ttETA t ';
A rrniiju-it r'frj;rxn. t".1
fkta 3c Cftrt,p as Utrt ty 4
oz. A tt. !'( hJlU. Kr
-- T 4KaSm'
IKIoCVi.'O'vri. Irlto 2
aoRte nrtn wrtl ."ril for inr
JOSEPH H. HUNTER,-
G. M. HENDERSON
Platte, all Bivlra, at lavelr factory
PobmI da Lae, wTlaeomalt, With llelr
aBa.aa aatawA aeaaaalaal amtf fataamawa Sttlal aaatdSWaaV
WtaajeraT nar Itamva w-p sw.aws aw tJ w
aheea. .Vfade of ISte taialre-t wa rat
era "alf. .viaale oa the aaeia e
lle asigl Merit all aava wear.
it will avk vmv aoKi
TO BKnAHBTHRXL Vnara
tralr. - n. IIKXBKatAO!!
V -4 fklctas.
Jlr2; ITttr3Csgfcort Jruer
To ear I'at wcavVrf nCy brOrr:
Hov arocS Bhat irraes rod oogfe ka.
"so saw av joat cm atosta ago
TJtsa. arrvoas. irHSL wta as mt,
AbsxH too wtax to areata cr ta3c ;
Hems tarofcfeat. as tf St f or treatosc.
A werner. rver-f erwmt aes5
laipara sTrtsria 10 uc eraoK rrasz.
dosrn." debOitited tacbera ssmiaera,
boesekecprrx. tsarrfsr mooters, md Urlte woices jrejralhr. k is tl
earthly bora. beisy nseqciJetl as aa arardziss conHal tad rwetarafive tesfe.
trfst. atator a pMstJia fBrtAaMflMs, frosa tbe axzjAKmmK. Usaife w :tTa
sfcdoahirTCTTcAe.oriwae7airdA ". r v-jIiiil
aRArt r& M .-Tt f p.i . 1 mm m,m X 41.Vt1
a-"-"-" e s. w-..-- imry.,, a. ,.r.lTLUJ CZTTiett VBZ.6ZmAY T
Cbprnria, aw. fcy Wctisl rranaaAJrr i
7tfa LITTLE LIVER PILLS.
Almost MMatobtoM MHk.
Tie eare rteisilrs ef UIT1W. tbaS
eaa ba taaaa r-i:y ae4 taessshsS Sag a saaf Urns
a a giersiT ra
' " --- " L
I au4 cr.J by I
I the earn teVa ef tbe er rt.
re a r an av
afhtJNtNattK Wrt4- tinaaei. AA
tr- NEWEST CRAZE I
SaalBaBBBTVC ul aaJe tor OaSW
WaCaTVall lnafr. T- gam (vmIiUI
arfBra)4 Imaticj t aage t-imm
MUSSbSellaatii-OKt 'lfiuwi woe
aj tsiaei'-fr' rrvttfieawarwiif aM-'le
K aft'.lKa rssSTTatalTw it, be
Ktln ew ivreeei averr et era vat
SS. The i
! eoaVte, with Kr li w
rSWeenU rSIV ISiSIC4
MWv. tW TatatSk. ir I
u.i.. i '
millxl l'f I
actrtxa t vtie eaaora
aw aaa raa rJS
tire Kctxa rait
tern eawatre aattlr Ria ttUw
OIVCM aWAT - i.tr-ts, ia-.
Ct7 btw Saj ttym, I to 4V
LlMa aeee wotr fc f-. kwl
rU Ul re W - a
CM'ilag for Mt1 MatJ tiiorK !!
.ii. t-- as "b . TSS
MABJUB-O CO., MOVIt. SlltM.
Ato trea IHa-
t relrfdre loeg
WM iu tf pv Nvl A4draa
Wim Sa. waaafav a .
Te a.dT rt titMie
a-1 tlr. -.t, HUBBa
OMESTUIS. W. C. MOIEI,
JTateatkinUit paper. UBNVICa.
OF 5 ACRES
I Lt'AVKVWimTH. SAW
lAfjf rtm aa4 aaae
iftrol llvaaijfutty lariad. nljf l-riwrtn t
LrtitBivrili 1 the b4trr' IIm A44rM C
U. Vrairy.Sl alttb irt. Ktu Ctty. M.
lm aW-f tki4M tat
U.k4 U r ma
:. r:rZ(iArt. v .
Ct'lw rrt-7 fur 'trKiJt.t. IkJiii..u, a4.
rxai ran rrr
aeavgaas aatra 'ett na rnev
W a""l H wwJIaT Urr cansriba a4
IBw1 tt." t dt- letter tbaa
rt4a uf rltm! lafritfjmtr ntnmea4a
II u-.i l ftiat tM by akalatlwa at
bet ltta J. 1". Uffl'ert. M.l-.CIB li.1
n'ATrS. JioanTr SoI-mM-t A watv
;.MT ln.lr t t. A4Jm1nI
Lat ruiatl'tT JU riltbate. Lwalait:ia,k.y.
esreaas tnua farsa aw an ia
WHEN WKITIMO TO AUVIUKTIMKKa.
fleae aay ftut aawr the A4ertlaoeat la
k. '.. avii.i. sjsrr ma
rSLal4 wjitaasu aKi-A.
I ti m sia4 as Un cs wsa-:
I say. eeJ feav n reeradSeTw,
That rVrta-'a Favsra Turn 1 yr'
Ufnsrt! erfc. rd hsre e
Ma UjsAs tVre'i t -gliti
lTs SrjTva a2 ary flag ewe:
1t. rim FsTit TnmaiTAitm
JrnnniliL - i. lrsjBigee
ekal vaaitaii. i.m e
IfrTTRTV It l marerlWaa la H rasana.
BawT a4V4aa Saea
W. V. HTSfcsatlB.
a-A.L4 IhU I4A a
Kl5tS WtM all ilM rasX H
PJi BBt Cough brup. laetaagraat. CSS H
M Inttma. BVud hj drueyata. L
, Fine Calf Shoe, f
Fine Calf Shocsl
MAY TO BELL. i
i '! la
as a Ufer
j tray in trlilca" ar
Me. atsrr, SMir.tisiii
I II IMMIJT, ',al
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