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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1892)
A LETTER FOOffl),
"Which Shows the Cattlemen Hired
COST OYER $3,000 TO KILL TWO MEN.
A Jlrsvnpc From President Harrison to the
1'ooplo of Itufiiilo, Wyo., In Which
lie Ail vises 1'cacc and Order
The 1'coplc Pleased.
IIfFrAi.o, "Wyo., April 23. A man
named A. (J. Dunning1, of Idaho, is now
in jail at this place. lie was one of the
party of regulators, but in the inarch
from the T. A. ranch he escaped. He
was arrested on suspicion by the sheriff
on Sunday. He states that he was
hired by the secretary of the state
stock commission. Dunning had a
letter in his pocket directed to an
Idaho friend in which he told the whole
htory. This letter is now in the posses
sion of the sheriff. Dunning says that
Champion and Itay had been warned
and would not have been killed had
they heeded the notice. The hired as
sassins, he says, were to receive fG a
day and S50 each for every man killed.
He says it cost over f.OOO to get Cham
pion and Kay.
Jim Dudley, alias Gus Green, of
I'aris. lex., tne invader who was
wounded in the fight with the rustlers
and who had his leg amputated at Fort
IcKinney, died Saturday and was
buried here Sunday.
Covered with mud from head to foot,
with horses completely played out, '200
cavalrymen, guarding four cattlemen,
halted in front of Michael Henry's
ranch at Hrown's Spring at G o'clock
Thursday evening. They left Fort Me
Kinuey at 10 o'clock Sunday morning
and had been live days covering 113
Maj. Fenchet is in command of the
expedition, his soldiers comprising com
panics C, E and II of the Sixth cavalry.
The soldiers are not in love with their
trip. A very important feature of the
expedition is a Ilotchkiss gun. carried
by an army mule. It, more than any
other thing, commanded the respect of
the rustlers. It is related on good au
thority that while the cattlemen were
besieged at the "T. A." ranch, Hobby
Ford, a wealthy merchant of Buffalo,
offered the commanding oiliccr at Fort
McKinney .r,000 for a cannon.
When the cavalcade left the fort Sun
day morning cowmen, iill armed with
six-shooters and the majority with rifles,
were circling around. Maj. Fenchet
lid not like the looks of the crowd and
ordered all strangers out of camp.
Down a hill to Clear creek moved the
procession. There were wagons, bug
gies and even carriages, while men and
women on horseback were so numerous
that si blockade was almost caused.
This made the major mad and a few
liasty orders, just as hastily executed,
had the desired effect and the road was
once more cleared. A half mile further
en two dozen cowboys began circling
around, acting as tliough trying to cut
but cattle from a bunch. They got so
dangerously near the prisoners that the
order was given to make ready to repel
an attack and the gleaming barrels of
the carbines dampened the ardor of the
The escort of guard of the cattlemen
comprised three companies, one of which
marched in front, one in the rear and
the other divided and marched on either
ilanlt The captives occupied three
wagons in the center of the cavalcade.
At various points along the route armed
men were seen and on several occasions
cowboys slipped up and held conversa
tion with some of the captives, but not
a shot was fired and no symptoms of
hostility were manifested.
There are about 150 armed men in
town, organized as home guards, the
organization being established last Sun
day night. It includes '200 men under
the command of Frank Smith, of Pow
der river, divided into squads of ten
men each, under command of a ser
geant. The streets are patrolled by a
strong guard and all travelers to and
from the town are inspected.
Kumors are current of other bands of
invaders coming from Montana and
elsewhere to aid the stockmen. The
outposts of the organization will seek
to give timely warning of the approach
of any such party. Fears are enter
tained by many that the attempts of
the stockmen will be renewed. A few
citizens here suspected of having been
favorable to the stockmen are in fear of
violence from the other party.
The streets have been quiet, but full
of men. and business is almost at a
standstill. There is no carousing, but
men stand talking of anything new.
Many absurd but dangerous rumors
arc reported and more or less are be
lieved. Sheriff Angus has turned the
prisoners in jail over to Col. Van Horn.
Violence is not apprehended at present.
The following mesnr. ? in ,-..i
an appeal from the people of Buffalo to
President Harrison asking tliat an in
vestigation into the cattle trouble in
"Wyoming be made and justice done to
C J. Haperon and Others Buffalo AVyo
KxEi-i'Tivi: Mansion. Washington' prfl
2-The governor of your state made a call
uiKin me in conformity with ihe constitut'ou
of :hc United States for aid in suppressing do
mestic violence and threatened Woodshed.
I could not know anythin- of th? situation
except as it was suited by him and could not re
fuse the aid of troops to preserve the peace.
The prisoners will as soon as the state
authorities are prepared to receive them bo
turned oer to the civil authorities and our con
nection with the matter will end unless further
called upon To aid the stale authorities in pre
serving the peace. I do not doubt ta.it the exec
utive and judicial authorities of your state will
without fear or favor brine to trial and punish
ment tho-c who have violated the law by order
ly methods. Nothing will be done to bhield any
My counsel as your fellow citizen is touss
every effort to allay excitement and proceed in
all things peacefully and upon lawful lines. I
will, of cuuroe. see any representatives yoa
may send, but you will sec ih it I can do noth
ing accept to act with the state to prevent vio
lence and everything else rests with the state
authorities I5t nj. jiin Haiuhson.
The people of this place are very
much pleased with President Harrison's
reply and are satisied that a thorough
Z. estigation will be made and justice
f- ted out immediately.
THE RUSH FOR HOMES.
Opening: of the Cheyenne and Arapahoo
Lands-Wild Bosh Into the Country From
THE SIGNAL GIVEJf.
Elkeko. Ok., AprL 20. Just at noon
yesterday, as provided by the president's
proclamation, the cannon thundered
forth the signal, carbines repeated it
and 25,000 men on horseback, in wagons
and on foot rushed into the country of the
Cheycnnesand Arapahoesand this after
noon horseflesh is suffering. Animals
drawn from the Cherokee strip to the
country of the Wichita, from Oklahoma
to No Man's Land, are rushing over flat
and hollow under whip and spur, madly
racing for quarter sections and town
A field-piece had been hauled from
the fort and stationed on a rising knoll
and as the hour for the dash drew near
the word went down the line. Horse
men twisted to see that their saddles
were tight and drivers looked to their
Just at noon the sharp report of the.
cannon followed by the cracks of car
bines sounded and the next second the
horses went off. The horsemen sprang
away as though the3' were riding a
quarter dash. The wagoners put tho
whip to their beasts. There was a cloud
of dust and the flood of pale faces swept
into the country of the red man. Tho
soldiers at the signal put spurs to their
horses and flew to get away from the
rush behind them. After a ride of a
mile or so they formed a line.
Every man seemed to know just
where he was going and headi4 for his
longed-for land without even bestowing
a glance of attention to his brother
A special train over the Choctaw road
from Oklahoma City dumped its load at
the Hock Island crossing a few moments
after 12 o'clock. A crowd from Elreno
City, which had a town organization all
complete, also reached the land at the
same time and the site was black with
men within half an hour af terthe open
ing. RUSH FROM KINGFISHER.
Kingfisher, Ok., April 20. The open
ing of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe res
ervation was a tame affair besides tho
Oklahoma and Sac and Fox openings.
Everything is quiet at the land office.
Capt. Woodson, with but forty-two
men, successfully guarded forty-five
miles of frontier. The soldiers were
continuously on duty for seventy-two
Nelson Church associated press agent,
was kicked in the face by a pony while
watching a fight between a white
woman and a negro for a claim. His
nose was broken and his left eyo badly
Charles B. Pierce, of Nebraska, rode
the race horse Fossette against the Rock
Island special train, pulled by two en
gines for Okarche, beating all competi
tors and took the proposed townsite as
a homestead. The palace car boomers
were much disgusted.
Sixty-six entries were madeyesterday,
thirty-nine of which were soldiers' do
claratories. A conservative estimate
gives 15,000 people along the border un
der Capt. Woodson's control and over
half that number near Kingfisher.
a city entiNGS UP.
OKAncnE, Ok., April 20. Yesterday
morning Okarche was a lonely depot on
the Rock Island railroad just inside the
Indian lands, last night it had 1,500 in
habitants. The morning train from Caldwoll had
five coaches. After it came a Wichita
special of eight coaches. All these
were loaded to the platform with men
who came to build a town at Okarche.
The trains halted just outside the
ine until exact noon and then run for
Okarche at full speed. There was a
wild scene at the station. Men jumped
out of the windows and rolled off tho
platforms in swarms.
A townsite had been established con
taining 2,000 lots, but these were not
marked off and there was a general
scramble. Every man drove his stake
where he saw fit and many got in the
middle of the streets. There were over
twenty women in the party and they
all drove stakes, too.
The Convention Between Great Britain and
the United States on tho Sealing Question
Itatlfled ISy the Senate.
Washington-, April 20. The senate
has ratified the convention providing
for a renewal of the existing modus
vivendi in Behring sea.
The convention includes seven art
icles. By its terms the British govern
ment prohibits during pendency of
arbitration sealing in that part of tho
Behring sea eastward from the lino
of demarkation of article 1 of the treaty
of cession, and promises to use its best
effarts to insure prohibition by British
subjects and vessels The United States
agree to prohibit seaiing, save 7,500 for
subsistence of natives. Provision is
made for the seizure of seal
ing vessels, for continuance of
the clause allowing British
agents to visit the seal islands. In
erent of decision of arbitrators adverse
to the United States then compensation
Ls to be paid upon basis of such a regu
lated or "limited catch as in the opinion
of the arbitrators have been token
without an undue diminution of tho
On the other hand, Great Britain Ls to
compensate the United States upon the
basis of the difference between 7.500
seals and such larger catch as might
have been taken in the opinion of tho
arbitrators. The agreement or modus
may terminate at any time after Octo-
oer .si, iby., 0n two months' notice.
A Fierce Storm In Nebraska.
Plattsmouth, Neb., April 20. A ter
rible rain storm, accompanied bv blind
ing lightning, swept over this city last
night. The lightning struck the resi
dence of Anton Kewbec, in the south
ern part of the city and burned it to the
pound. The residence of Pat Mahonev,
m the same section, was also struck
and damaged to some extent A srreat
quantity of rain fell and converted the
irvea, into rivers. The Platte river is
very high and last night one and onc
liaU miles of the track of the B & M
road was washed out just west of this
t" j.ae entire bottoms are flooded,
Epitome or the Proceeding or Both
Houses the Past Week.
TnK Senate was not in session on the I5th, it
being Good Friday, and the house met without
a quorum. The bill to promote the safety of
national banks, with senate amendments, was
laid before the house. Referred. The bill for
the relief of the heirs of H. H. Sibley, the in
ventor of tho Sibley tent, aain proved an ob
stacle to the transaction of business and the
whole day was consumed in its consideration.
At tho eveninp session privato pension bills
The senate was not in session on the 16th,
and the only business transacted by the house
was the further consideration of the naval ap
propriation bill in committee of the whole. Mr.
Pendleton CV. Va ) opposed the bill: so did Mr.
Holman. Mr. Fellows (X. Y.) made an earnest
appeal for a strong navy. Mr. Haker (Kan.)
6poUe against increasing tho navy, contending
that the greatest bulwark or American inde
pendence was in the happy homes of the people.
The house adjourned pending consideration of
When the senate met on the !8tu the vice
president presented a communication from
James R. Young late executive clerk, in regard
to tho action of the senate iu declaring his office
vacant. Mr. Vest introduced a bill to prevent
contracts by the postmaster-general with any
steamship company making unjust discrimina
tions against any part of the country in carry
ing the mails. Mr. Peffer'8 resolution request
ing the secretary or state to obtain information
concerning the use of electricity as a power in
the propulsion of farm machinery was agreed
to. The bill to facilitate work in the court or
claims was debated at some length and pahsed.
Adjourned... In the house Mr. McRae moved
to Huspcnd the rules and pass the bill to adjust
the swamp lands grants," which, after a long
talk was defeated. The naval appropriation
bill was then considered until adjournment,
Mr Boutelle'8 amendment to appropriate !,
OJO.OOO to build two battle ships being rejected.
In the senate on the 19th the bill to amend
the act approving tho funding act of Arizona
was taken up and a motion to strike out tho
provision that lKnds shall be payable in gold
coin and amended to read "In lawful money of
the United States" elicited a warm debate, but
was finally adopted by a vote of 28 yeas to 24
nays. Messrs. Dubois, Hansbrough. Jones
(Xev.). Kyle, Mitchell. Peffer, Stewart, Teller
and Wolcott voting with the democrats In tho
affirmative, and Messrs. Gray and Palmer vot
ing with the republicans in the negative. After
further discussion the bill passed as amended.
Senator Hill (S. Y.) voted with the silver men.
The senate, in executive session, ratified tho
new treaty with Great Britain on the Hehring
sea sealing question .. In the house Mr. Mc
Millin, from the committee on rules, reported a
resolution setting aside all the orders hereto
fore made granting leave to print in the Kecord,
which was adopted. A resolution was also
adopted for an investigation as to whether cer
tain officials in Baltimore had violated the
civil-service law. Tho Xoyes-Rockwell con
tested election case from Xew York was then
called up and argued until adjournmnnu The
report of the committee was in favor of unseat
ing Rockwell (dem.) and seating Xoyes (rep.).
After the usual morning business in the sen
nff nn 1Yt VI1 A1 Qhormin .YvTt. thit flirt
Chinese exclusion legislation would not expire?
In 1631 and there was no necessity for immedH
ate action, but he would give senators an opi
portunity to speak upon the subject. Mr. Mors
pan's silver resolution was taken up and Mr.;
Teller made a vigorous speech in favor of free
silver. Mr. Teller, during his speech, referred'
to talk about his action on the elections bill last
session and said that he had since examfeMd
that bill carefully and declared that be .was
satisfied with his vote against it, as it was tae , j
threshold of the doors of the senate. At'tiu ,
conclusion of Mr. Teller's remarks the seaatjf 1
went Into executive session The house spent?
the entire day debating the Xoyes-RockwciE
election contest and adjourned before reaefeit-gf
a vote. 4. '
IN the senate on the 21st bills passed toareittt
a third division of the district of Kansas tqt
judicial purposes; for the appointment'ot con
suls to the Congo Free State: for the relic JM
St. Charles college in Missouri: providtof br
sundry light houses, and a number of ;prikSte
bills. The souse Chinese exclusion b$ll was
then taken up and Senators Dolph. CbtvJler
and Felton spoke 'n favor of it. Senator "Ger
man denounced it as against the spirit Of civil
ization, unchristian, contrary to tho'ri4tfl of
man and a violation of the treaty with ipna.
The house was occupied the whole day in
i debate upon the Xoyes-RockwelU'eoi.ttBted
case and adjourned pending its consideration.
MISERY IN TEXA. jf
A Section of the State Reported t Be In
Great DUtrenu DUeae and EfcaalaelStar-
!nj the I'eople in the Face. A
Sax Axtoxio. Tex.. Apr'-' ':l.-For
three year the counties of Star fiidal
go, Encinal, Zapata and jDu-ajV have
been subjected to a drough&rof sf ch se
verity as to render the p.-odtact oaf of the
necessaries of life impossible.
The season for planting, this jear has
passed and early cropsvhaviig beeD
killed by irost mere is no. nopA' for re
lief unless summer rains'shcuM secure
a light fall crop.
The loss of stock, the. depreciation in
value of all kinds of proper tar, the ina
bility of ranchmen to, prrcpire money
for the payment of taxes, tloJrevalence
of smallpox through it sejpsn extend
ing through San Ignaci3jn Zapata
county, to Rio Graade Cjfe in Starr
county and the baleful jwcts of the
Garza revolution cembiaA have pro
duced a destitution'tkitrei) unknown.
The losses on cattle, tliejrorincipal in
dustry of this sect&i, i.rof estimated at
80 per cent, and in If ueef county alone
GU.UUU ncau nave cukl
The famine district contains a popula
tion estimated at ,003 m 20,000 people,
and probably onenHa
bcr requira assinar
iwhile the re-
sources of the balaacr
are only adequate,
selves and familsav'
The counties mrv?jph the suffering
is reported fomvtbc 2nmin portion of the
southern extreaailjbf Texas. Zapata,
Starr and llidsdm' counties, bordering
on the Rio Grauche boundary line
between the umsjaates and Mexico,
and Xueees on the
Corpus Christi is the chief city 'of
Nueces county and Rio Grande of Starr
county. The country is covered with a
thick growth of chapparaL Fort Ring
gold is within a few miles of the latter
The Minneapolis Hall Completed.
Minneapolis, Minn., April 22. The
convention hall has been turned over to
the committee by Delancey & Cook, the
contractors, who have completed their
work. The executive committee de
cided to close up the hall from now un
til the convention concert. Admission
will be solely bj' passes.
I.alor Orders to Fight.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 21. An even
ing paper is authority for the statement
that within a very short period there
will be inaugurated a fight which means
the "survival of the fittest" in so far as
the American Federation of Labor and
the Knights of Labor are concerned. ,
Four Negroes Lynched. '
Jacksonville, Fla., April 21. Four
negroes were hanged at Inverness Mon
day night for the murder of Stephenson
and Payne. A mob surrounded tho jail,
overpowered the sheriff and hangol the
men to trees near bv. Thev coniessed
1 and implicated two other negroes
Deafness Cannot be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to euro Deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When
this tube pets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed Deafness is the result, and
unless tiie inflammation can bo taken out
and this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing hut an inflamed condition
of tho mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case or Deaf msjUT i usatLhy catarrh)
that cannot bo (fired by Hall's lluuxlt
iure. ociiu lor sssvuinrs. free.
F. J. Csbcnet & Co., Toledo, O.
CSold by DrufiTsts, 73c
The money tSa lathe
root of all evil U
tne moncv thaaYJs in another's
The Only OnaMrer Printed-Can Tea Had
There is a 1-,'ach display advertisement
in this puperjprJs week, which has no two
words alike asMipt one word. The samels
true of each SeW one appearing each week,
from The D. Harter Medicine Co. This
houso placoi'J "Crescent" on everything
they make afcd' 'publish. Look for it, send
them the napr of the word and thev will
return youfaook, beautiful lithographs or
Tnn traiaVof thought of some people are
the slowest' kinds of freights. Rochester
Post f A
IVUlt Velasco Yla
Tho Misaotti, Kansas & Texas Railway,
Houstonyktfco L & (i. N. and Velasco Ter
minal Rat'vays. Daily passenger trains
leave ilaasion 10:45 a. iu., arriving at Velas
co 2 :U5p7'm. For information concerning
Vehiscoior for routes, rates, maps or time
tables of the M., K. & T. Ry., call on or ad-
Kas. E. r.Tarker, Ass't Gen. Fasa Agent,
lo. SOt Cdestnut St, St Louis, iio.
? i .
Tn strictest railroad aboutissulngnasees
maya&aaionally pass a dividend. Lowell
One of the Richest Mines
Ever irecovereli is the mine of health that
is iuiu in a bottle of Hostetter's Stomach
BiSCerir Its "output" is unprecedented.
IUchl J.tioes it "pan out" in the paying ores
of vility and regularity of organic action.
The debilitated should work this mino for
"all it is worth." So also should the const!
patfdj'the bilious, the dyspeptic, the rheu
aatie, and persons troubled with inactivity
BtTitae kidneys or bladder and la grippe.
pp'l . "
J j'xxok book talks of raised doughnuts
trftjout saying where they were raised.
Jt. 0. Picayune.
TiaxED bt Time. Bor Bronchial affee-
. jsocoes have proved their efficacy by a test
.mw.., suuU9, 1.14, AJUIMV. 9 ZJAUt.illAl
i vuuuiy years, .race zo cxs.
,.rrr.the Prine the young man's fancy
Bghtly turns to thoughts of loaf. Elmira
, I. TL Rbivhiv. Adltnr Chrfeflnn TnAr
Atlanta, ua.. writes: "X have used Bradv-
. . , . .... .....,
CTOtinewith unfailing, prompt decided le
fclef." All druggists. 60c.
Food for reflection The good dinner that
r jrvu uitaocu. icuiouuug.
Bxbchah's Fills act like magic on the
vital organs, restore lost complexion and
bring back the keen edge of appetite. '
If we could use our own advlct, how
happy we would be. Texas Bif tings.
Keep it in your house. "The'A- B. C. Bo
hemian Bottled Beer" of St Louis. Ameri-
Brewiug Co. brew it
The proper thing for a Jury ls to bo firm,
but not axed. Washington Star.
The Grip of Pneumonia may be warded off
with Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure iu one minute.
A burglar generally makes bis horse run
after he reaches tho plate. Texas Sittings.
When a man gets religion right, his horsa
toon finds it out. Ham's Horn.
KANSAS CITY. April &
CATTLE Shipping steers 8 -SO 4 40
Butchers' steers.... 3 70
Native cows. 8 00
HOGS Good to choice heavy.. 3 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 81
OATS No. 2 29J4
RYE No.2. 6J
FLOUR Patents, per sack.... 2 00
HAY-Baled 6 50
BUTTER Choice creamery... 24
CHEESE Full cream 9
EGGS Choice 10
Sides. 9 &
CATTLE Shipping steers 4 00
SHEEP Fair to choice
FLOUR Choice ,
WHEAT No. 2red.
OATS No. 2
CATTLE Shlpplntrsteers. .. .
HOGS Packing anJ shipping.
SHEEP-Falr to cSolce 4 40
FLOUR-Wintcr wheat 3 90
WHEAT No. 2 red.
UA At"iO- ,
RYE No. 2
CATTLE Coupon to prime
S Good t-l choice.
rvlflo chnlro .S sn
WHEAT-NC re??5S.t 98
CORN No. 2 1 .. .".-..TsTfe
OATS Wcrn mixed 51
BUTl'ER-Crcamery 20 20
priHi.- o vi cktn na
CWUS PBOMPTLT ASD PEEXJUrOITLT
Throat, Swelliass, Frost-bites.
C I A X IC A-
Sprains, Braises, Baras, fon
! CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore.Md.
s Cream Balm
OLD IN HEAD
(..ApplT Balni Into each nostril.
KLT Bogss WarreaSUN.r.
vta1vu.ii ir 'n
Both the method and results when
Sjrup of Bgs is taken; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fever and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac
ceptable, to the stomach. Dromnt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, (prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it jl
to all and have made it the most il
popular remedy known.
oyrap of Figs is for sale in 50c
And $1 bottles by all leading drug-
gifeus. jxuj reuaoie uruggist wno
uimy uui, uve ib uu intnu wui pro-
CUIO It DromPtlV for anv One WnO:
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try it ; common sense wuj make you use it.
yoa an imitation, be haaestseitd U.iati. 283 JAMES PYLB. New York.
J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO,
yoa an imitation, be honest send U.iati.
mm tan rarta ma immi
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
OOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD CO(KING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN-
wm f pills
90 ItfPifBIPE KOB SICKET.
?..' for SICK HEAT-
3i, icmoTe iuums. an
Mtrleal effect on Kid-
ilioas nervon dla.
ordorK. Eublih ntt-
VOl UAILT ACTIOX.
ted to rait cue, u one pill ea
ill contairn 42, curled in Ttit
. Businexs man rmt
Btftr btoo bdcIwSi
IMtn. Ilk imtl
ler tbin sugar. SoUtctj
vatra. All era
get S3 paga book vtth tunpla.
INE CQ.. 8t. Louis. Ha.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE
FARGO SPECIAL SHOES.
If he does sot keep them send to us for the
style and size yotf want. Illustrated Descrip
tive List furnished on application, also comic
pamphlet. C. H. FARQO & CO., Chicago.
tarsuti rata patzs mj cm m iXk
A bright, energetic man or
woman wanted to take the
ole Rirr for an article
that is needed in eserr
home and Indlaprnss
ble la (Terr afllee.
SKLLS AT rIIT. in
town or country. S700in
W ilajg asd a stesdr income
afterwarrt. A "Bonanza"
for therizhtDcrxon. (ood
Jobs are scarce and
nan taken. Write at once.
J. W. JONES, Maaaacr, Spriaaaeld, Ohle,
k f a I --"iTiV-'i"' , " -
I A mm Iremodie. NotAiTinff.noiaoonTiiiecca
V- - I imrA kail fTa Oialaala aa.ilJ. il.l
HL MBBBi y V
IS BSSSSSSk "" "M
tMOOd. FOBKLX SSMrABLK.
w. a tv w i
rsjy tvst w;.d
mi unT ac nrrrnirn
T i J.MM Enim. and Pafnta which I
.w .-.,. i.inMtkA ifrtn. nri hnrn off.
i"SSKKS,.S T5XZ iHbb. iTBrlUlant. Odor-
. . "i.t . j . -. u iara sife fiAtln I
less. jJuniDie vaa wjo cuiuic vj i
or gUS fOCXaS Wlia crery purviuuo
7 COLOURS' PLATES.
ALL Till LiTtST MIS ISO KIT
(tj Order It r jur XvmdetlO
crD! IS cata for latul Duatr W
W. J. MORHr. PvMUhrr.
3 Kat lUlhSt Aaw Yrhv
, m, r.rr.tiv hi .nri nt,., ;.
f??us druS?- Is not offered as a medicine to
. roouu unweale constitutions, or n a rnnfc itt
OlflYV to Care Headache. A trial will con
viace you. Any reliable druprfst who may no
have Ilradvrrntfnnnn luiTtf? wrJM nnvnM 4 w
ci 7 m. ww-.-..-. .....r.v.iMUjituiit
that can be washed Of-
deaned Pearline. The purest
soap is no safer the pooresr
soap is no cheaper. Itismorv
enecuve tnan tne strongest
it is more convenient than the
best. Pearline saves labor-
and wear in washing- clothes;
.aasssssWT 1 1 i$Jl
or cleaning" house. A few cents will let vou
Peddiea and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yoa,
" tail is as good as" or " the same as Pearline." IT'S
Pearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends
(dingee) Woodtarj Powers,
Tread Powers and
Swinging Straw Stackers-
Self Feeders and
AND SKIP ENGINES.
f&KNT FREE TO ANY ADDRESS.
e water In the ieere holdinc the!
"DOUR fome water In the ileere holdlns
J- end tiglit as liere sliown or anywhere else,
wnere there is a seam, and see If It Is water tlgt.
There are goods I n the market that look vorjr nlca
but will leak at every seam. We wrrnt
Tower's IMPROVED fish Bnnd )
SlicHer to be water ticht at every scam and
tttryuhtre else; also not to pttl or Hick, and
authorize our dealers to make rood any Slicktr
that falls in cither point.
Watcfct Oat tor the Soft Woolen Collar
xuX Fuh Brand Trade Mark.
A. J. TOWER, Afr.f Bostoor AV&a t
will be paid to the scent of any scale company whs
will say over his own nam e as agent, that tho Josra
5 TON WAGON SCALE, $60
is not equal to any made, and a standard reliable
scale. For particulars, address only
Jones of BingluntoD, Bingbaoitan, LI
TAKE A COCaSi: IN THS
SCHOOL OF UW. (Incopcnted.)
Scad tea cents (stamps) lot
J. CoTNt", Jr.. Sicy,
Ko.034 WHrrmr BLOCX.
M-.1XXZ HOT r 1TB nj mt jm wm.
srith onr fanoaa Well
Afacataerjr. The only
perfect atlf -leanina; and
tsat-dropptog tools In u
L00MIS 1 NYHAN,
(ood sltoatlons. write J. I. BROWX. bdaUa Jia..
Piso's Remedy for Catarrh ls the BR
Best, Easiest to Use. and Cheapest.
ISoId by druggists or sent by malL
50c. E. T. Bazeltine, "Warren. Pa.
A. N. K.-D.
ITHEX XVaUTLNO TO ABTESTISEKS TLZAMW
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