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CARL BUNDER'S AD."
IT BRINGS HIM ALL THE CATS
WANTS, ANO MORE TOO.
-Oats of Alt Port uml Conditions of llrnprct
ability Crowd In nu Mr. Ditmlnr Until
' lie la Driven Almott Fruntln it ml Ap
peal to tlio I'nllcn Hprgrnnt.
, Copyright, 18X1, by Charles II. bowl.
"Sergeant, vhtll you coma oop by my
place mlt der patrol wagon?" exclaimed
Mr. Dunder ah La rushed Into tlio pollcu sta
tion yesterday und stood punting before the
"What's tlto mnttcrr" calmly nnked tho
fat pollccnmu m he wiped tho ink front his
"I vhns being killed 10 times oafer, unci I
like about ono t'nttsnnd peoples arrested!
Please get out dot wagon unci go oop on a
"Mr. Dnnder, you nro excited. IMcascslt
down and calm yourself and"
"Cf course 1 vims oxcltcdl I vlias neffer
bo oxclted in my life! I douti' sit down uud
be calm until I haf onet'ousnnd loafers iu
Tho sergeant talked to him In n soothing
way for n few minutes, mid after awhile '
Mr. Dunder cabled down enough to say:
"Vhcll, you see, shu vhns like din. Our ,
cat runs oil about two weeks ago, unci my
oldt womuim feels mi bad dot 1 Ilka to get I
another. I vhas willing to pay $1 for a lino
cat, unci somebody says I shall advertise iu
a Sunday paper. I advertise dot I like i
cat of fine fur mid good habits, unci before
daylight Monday morning somebody
pounds on my door. I look oudt at him,
unci ha yells to me:
"'Come down here, Mr. Dntulerl I haf
got flfo sober. Industrious uud respectable
'cats for yon to select from I Come und tako
your pick! "
"Advertising always pays," said tho ser
geant ns ho scratched the end of his nose. I
"It shall neffer pay ma again! Dot man
throws fife cats into my yard unci goes olT,
bnt in fcefteen minutes somebody vhas
pounding aguln. I look oudt, uud she vhas
another loafer mlt a cat under each arm, ,
und ho says to me: '
" 'Mr. Dunder, I can positively guaranteo
der correct habits of dese cats, having
known 'cm from infancy. It vines ft
one, or two forll.M,
Come down und
"I yell at him to go away," said Mr.
Dunder as he grew excited again, "und he
throws dose cuts In my yard, culls mo a
liar und goes off. Seex different times be
fore breakfast I bnf to shump oudt of bed
und see some lonfers mlt cats, und vhen I
goes down shtalrs 1 11 nd SO cats howling in
my yard. I goes by my saloon, but before
she vhas swept oudt a loafer throws two
cats in der door und yells:
Here she vhas, Mr. Dunder der finest
of fur unci der highest standard of morali
ty, und I doau' shurgo you a centl' "
"Then you got n cut?" asked the ser
geant. "How I got a catf" shouted Mr. Dunder.
"Didn't doso cats shump all oafer shalrs
and tablos und me und run lu der back-
I "ADVEB.TISIXO always tats,
yard? I doau' recofer myself before some
body heaves a bug of cats iuto der door und
screams oudt nt me:
'"Seex cats, Mr. Dunder, und nil vhas so
respectable ash uefer vhas! Somo vhas
married und some single, but all vhas der
"Then you got n cat?" repeated the ser
geant. "Howlu donner und hlltzen I got a cat
vhen I vhas drlfen oudt of my place und
almost kilt?" yelled the victim as he point
ed to the scratches on his hands.
"Oh! I see! It is curious how many
people read the iidvertlhements iu a news
paper. I suppose you got a cat later on?"
"Yes, ten t'ousnuu oi -cm mora usu ono
t'ousand a day! Dose loafers brought me
cats In baskets und, boxes cuts under deir
arms unci in bags cats of all colors und
sizes. Aboudt cafery flfo minutes nil dls
week a cat conies in by der door or window
und somebody yells;
" 'Hello, Mr. Dunderl Here vhas your fe
line of flue fur und correct habits! If you
look all oafer America you (loan Unci a cat
whoso conduct vhas so Irreproachable in all
"Seems to me you ought to have got the
cat you wanted out of tho lot," mused the
"How so?" demanded Mr. Dunder as he
galloped urouucl. "Can a muu select somo
cats before duj light? Can ha select 'em
vhen dey vhns shumplng arouudt und spit
ting und drlflugenfey body oudt doors? Can
bo solcct some cuts when dey vhns on his
back und trying tokillhlm? If tomo loafer
vhas yelling nt you und 18 cats vhas fight
ing on der floor, could jou do some pees-
"But they nronot coming yet?"
"Of co'lirse! Moro ash llfu hoonered be
fore I left home, uud shoot iu-Ii I come oudt
doors a feller unloads a barrel of catsolT au
oxprestt wagon uud rolls 'em luto my place
" 'Ilero vhas doM; reespectable cats, Mr.
Dunder, und I vhlll call dls cafnlnga forder
money I1 "
"Well, I'll see what can bo done," said
the sergeant ns he turned to his report.
"Now right off, iu-ek?"
"In a day or two."
"Sergeant," exclaimed Mr. Dunder ashe
4rew himself up, "you needn't put yoursef
oudt for me! I shall go home! I shall kill
one t'ouinil.lo.ifers und ten t'ousand cats
mlt a club before night, und vhen I vhas
arrested unci liungeit maypo you vhas
tickled oafer her! (iood clay, sir! Doau' be
At some troubles on my account!"
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
A Ilounillcw Premium That Uuit Ha Tarn
ierril With Good Heme,
TtUM'.s JlAVK Ciianhkd. Up to a year
ago every local subscriber to THE Kickki:
was supposed to liaye certain ouUldu priv
ileges, such asiulllugtheedltorby Ms front
name, loaflug about the ollice, inviting hint
to drink and borrowing small sums of mon
ey of him. A special privilege was that of
ipjttlms drunk .and whooping around town
und finally riding a rnyuo up tho front
step nnd through tlio ollleo, coming out by
way of the alley. Some 10 or 13 mouths
since wo gave notice that all thunbnve prlv.
lieges would lie lopped olT, uud that Tilt!
KlCKl.n would henceforth bu conducted on
Ilia lines of metropolitan Jounmllnm. Tim
bojswent back on us pretty hard, but we
tood llrm, mid they llniilly ciiino to see
things iw we saw thuiu, We were rongrntu
latlug ourself thatwu had the county under
pretty good control, when on Titedny lnt
nu old critter named Jake Blicllbauk, who
runs a riittluMiiiko ranch over cu: I'luiu
creek, camo into town, filled up on moun
tain dew, and then attempted to gallop his
old mule through tho nllk-u of tho greatest
family newspaper lu the Unlttsl Stales.
Wo stood In the door and protested. The
old mossback, who heard of Noah's ark
tho other day for the tlret time, persisted,
nnd his hoots and jells drewu largo nnd
excited crowd. Wo didn't feel Justllled in
shooting him, but after ho had exhausted
our patience wu pulled him olT his mule
and walloped hlmtlll ho hollered llkuuboy
lost in the scrub. 1 (a afterward appeared
so contrite and humble that wa made ar-
WK BTOOD IS TIIK poott AND PlinTUSTKD.
rangements for him .to ride through'the
Dlue Mountain saloon and tako a drop of
eight feet from! the Imck door. Wo want It
distinctly understood thnt ho is tho last
man wo shall go light on. We aro tho last
editor who would attempt to circumscribe
tho boundless freedom of tlio glorious wc9t,
but that boundless freedom must bo tem
pered with common sense. Things have
changed and are continuing to change, nnd
tbeoldinoMbuckHluthls locality who can't
conform to the new order of tilings must
Hunt for caves in tlio mountains.
We Ksr.w It. Six months ago n man
camo through here, from Iowa, with tho
outfit of a weekly newspaper iu a wagon.
Ho was an editor seeking a location, and
somo ono hod recommended tho towu of
KockvUlo, just over the north lino nud in
Utah. We extended to him tho usual ci
vilities, nnd something was said about a
game of poker. He probably mentioned
the subject first, as most of our callers do,
and we probably expressed a willingness
to assist him lu passing a pleasant hour.
Wcnreawnroof the fact that In some lo
calities poker is not looked upon as an ed
itorial game, but in tills country it seems
to naturally attach itself to every well reg
ulated newspaper ollice. We soon discov
ered that our fraternal brother was a
bluffer, and iu tho course of a couple of
hours, much against our inclination, wo
owned his old outfit, nnd ho was a dead
broko mnn. Iloforo wu could make him a
present of what he had lo.-t nud want him
to take checkers for his gamo he began to
squeal and tried to commit suicide. We
returned everything nud gave him half a
bundle of white paper to boot, and hn went
away happier man. Wc had sized him
up, however, and was confident that he
was not up to editorial caliber. Ho went
on to St. George, set up shop, and had ho
been tho right sort of man would have
achieved success. Last week his paper sus
pended, and the sheriff sold out tho ollice.
Iu .some way tho people had heard that he
was a "squealer," nud they went right
back on him and rejoiced iu his ruin.
Strangers who may coino this way are
warned to let our poker alone. It Isa buzz
saw which is ever iu motion. Should thoy
take a hand, however, they will be expected
to stand the consequences. Even editorial
courtesy will not allow us to bo raised out
of tho gamo when we deal the hand and
know thnt our opponent ha only two pairs
to our threes.
THE DIAGRAM MAN.
ITn Got Sho Uu ami Everything Waa
The moon was inr her' third quarter, nnd
as sho looked down upon mountain, valley,
stream and forest theru was a buttermilk
softness about things which mode every
body feel gentle and reverential. For near
ly au houi'DcSoto Hlgglns and Hritomaite
Jones sat in silence. Kucb wns seated on a
stiitnn in tho front yard of her father's hum
ble cabin, with bare feet swinglug to nnd
fro iu rjtlim with the diurnal revolution of I
tho massive globe on which we manage to
glean n humblu and honest living. They
had boon talking about snakes and wildcats
and breakbone fever, but their voices had
gradually died away to t-oft whisperings
and finally ceaoi'd altogether as the softness
of the night struck lu and produced afeel
lug of simplicity and awe.
It was the voice of De Soto Hlgglns
breaking the slU-nco ut hint. Sho was ex
pecting It and wondering why In Sam Patch
he sat there like a clam, but of course she
gave n start and uttered a low scream of
surprise. A girl hasn't got to go to a semi
nary to catch onto thus) little things. It
was the first time he had ever called her by
her trout name, and shivers of shyness shiv
ered over her us sho halt realized wbut was
"Ilrltty, I nxed mam today," ho contin
ued in a choking voice as hu looked away
into tho thicket wherein the opossum had
her lair and reared her young.
"Yo' nxed yo'r mum, eh"' sho queried as
her heart fluttered about like a wounded
"And what did yo' ax yo'r mam'"
"I axed my mam"
He paused nud gasped and choked. Sho
pitied him and came to his relief with;
"Yo'r mam is n powerful good woniun."
"Yes, nnd I lived her 1 nxed"
Ho was overcome again. Us old reptiles
who havo been through thu mill three or
four times will .siiillo in contempt, but it
had that same ell'ecl on u-i the llrst time.
"Soty, shell J cum over tharf 'queried
tho girl a tho stlmco grew long nnd pain
ful. "If-lf yo' dast w," ho replied.
A mlnuta later she f-at cm tho stump be.
sldu him. It wan a small stump, and ho
would have been n human liyena not to
have put his arm around her to prevent a
calamity. When shu had got nestled and
tho thrco-quiiiter moon had assumed her
duties, the fair Ilrltomartu looked up nt his
ear and softly queried!
"And did yo'r mam answer Ilka my pop
"Did yo' ax jo'f pop?"
"And did yo'r pop say fay"
, "Ho tin said 'yep', Audyo'rmamsliaHnld
"Sho uu said 'yep' tool"
Old Jones and his wife, sitting lu their
cabin without n light in order to fool the
mosuultocs, wcro suddenly amazed nt a lu
rid flash which turned night Into clay fot
an Instant nnd plainly revealed every knot
holo In the floor. They waited with bated
breath for tho expected thunderbolt, but
it did not come. That flash was simply thu
reflection of the happy grin which over
spread tho faces of Do Soto Hlgglns and
Ilrltnmnrtu Jones when thoy realized that
they wero nt last nctually nnd really and
truly engaged, and he was liable for breach
of promise It ho went back on her. And
old Jones got up und went to the door and
looked out to spot thu situation of affairs
"Wall, ha nu has got she tin, and sho tin
han got ho uu, and diirn tlinr pesky hides
but I hope they'll bu fit to bo lltteu!"
An American Fable.
Ono day tho Unround tho GlrnlTo met on
one of thu paths lu tho forest, and they had
scarcely saluted each other when tho Hare
"I just saw tlie Fox taking his morning
walk, and such ntull as he carried behind
him! Dear me, but how unkind Nature
was to tho Hares. If I had a brush like
Reynard's, I should bu ono of the happiest
animals in the world."
"And got on to that mnn over there!" re
plied the GlralTe. "When ho has walked
until his legs nro weary, he can sit down on
a log nnd look even moro graceful than
when on his feet. If I should attempt to
tit down and cross my legs and smoke, n 10
cent cigar, every living thing lu this forest
would get up nnd howl in ridicule,"
"Yes, Things aro very wrong," mourn
fully observed thu Hare, "and I movo thnt
we call a public meeting and sco what"
At thnt instant there was a great com
motion nt n point not far away, uud it wns
soon learned that thu Fox hail caught his
tall In a trap as lie proceeded on his way.
Tho Giraffe was just about to remark that
tho Hare would not have been caught in
that trap when the man who had just sat
down for a rest und a smoko sprung up
"Whoop! Uy tho great horn spoon, but I
must have sat down on at least half a bush
cl of 'cm, nnd by'tbniotrow I won't bo able
to get out of bed."
"If you had been provided with a long,
bushy tall like the Fox's," remarked thu
Giraffe, "you would now bo lu the bunds of
"And if it had been possible for you toslt
down on n log," replied tho Hare, "you
would now bo dusting for tho nearest drug
storo for a remedy for hornet stings. That
chap hit about 15 of 'cm iu n bunch, and all
got mad at tho sumu time." M. QUAD.
Ve Modern Trainer.
"Now, Teddy, mind mamma, and don't
you go out. Hut if you should go out, put
on your overcoat. Harper's Uazar.
On thn Horn Shin.
Tho wanderer assented.
In thu violet calm of evening he stood at
the bock door of tho humblo cot. His
trousers wcro I rayed nt tho bottom, and
his coat had known tho touch of the bull
dog. "Yes, madam," be said, "I was driven to
it by fate."
The lady in tho green npron with tho yel
low spot in tho corner looked sympathetic.
Retrospectively ho gazed into space as he
"all these train robberies and rail
road accidents there's nothing to do but
wnlk if ou want to be on thu safe side."
Sho vouchsafed him u slab of apple pie
without further comment. Detroit Trib
"Did you havo a good time on your west
ern trip!" snld one girl.
"Iivcly." replied tho other.
"I'm sure you saw everything tbero was
"Yes; I suppose so."
"You say thnt as if you might have
"Well, you fee, to tell tho truth, our
train didn't get robbed once." Washing
Tho Outline View.
Average Man There's a run on another
bank. Just look ut these depositors crowd
ing in. The fools! That's what makes
money tight. That whole crowd should be
carted oil to a lunatio asylum.
Friend You nre allowing your deposit to
remain, I presume?
Average Man Urn r I haven't any
fnuds in that batik. New York Weekly.
; Agalutt Her Will.
Mother It that young man kissed you
gainst your will, why didn't you call me?
Daughter He be held mo so tightly iu
bis arms I couldn't call.
, "Why didn't you call utter he let you go!"
"Oh, there wasn't anything to call for
then." Good News.
And It Wanld Ileum In HU.
"What time have you " inquired the oily
p'.ckpocket, approchlng thu stout man,
With the heax J uateii clialn.
"My own," .l I tho stout mau without
tiik lug bis wate ..it. Chicago Hocord.
IN WASHINGTON WHOSE
LAW IS THEIR WILL.
A ntrll.lng KMiinpIn Ik (tie I'lrnt Comp
troller of li Cm rem-), 'lmn lleclnlnn
Cnmitit l.wn llo Vetoed li ttm I'renlilenl,
Who lins tlm I'ouer of llentntnl.
Among tho most rcinaikiiblo fnitumi
nf tlila government by tho pcoplu Is tlio
L'xtrnimliiiurynutliorlty vested iiicortniu
mibotdiiutto oflli'lula nt Washington.
Tor instance, no man in thn United
Btntcs wlc'hla such power in money unit
tern n.i tho first comptroller of tlio rtir
feiiey. Ho In entirely Independent of
tho poerctiiiy of tho tieustiry, nnd even
tho president linn no ineutt'i of eoch-lrig
hint, na the followluir i.tory itliowa:
When llraiit vu In tlm Will o Ilouce,
'Fiiht Cotnpti oiler Tuylor refused to
counterHlyn a w.trfant for tho payment
of n big i'h itn out of tlio ftiniln of tlio
treasury. 'Shu provident Hiiiiunouutl lilni
"You mtit nlgn."
"1 will i cit. Mr. rrcniilent," replied
tlio rccnlult) mt olllelul.
"Then 1 v ill compel you loclo ho," said
"You lm o not tho power," rejoined
Uio coniplrc.ler coolly nud respectfully.
"Wo will boo nbout Uml," said Uio
president. "I will consult tho attorney
Tho attorney general, on being con
mil led, Htuti l that tho comptroller won
right ho cetiltl not bo forced to coun
tersign tho warrant. Next dny tho pres
ident ntmimoncri Mr, Taylor nud Hnltl:,
"I find Hint I cannot compol you to
countersign tho'vflrrnnt. Ilowovor, I
enn get nnothor first comptroller."
"Very well, Mr. President," roplied
tlio ofllcer. "Yon can havo my resigna
tion, but iiol my Blgnuturo."
In fact, tho only way in which tho
president can ovcrrido n decision of this
powerful ofllcinl Ih by dismissing him
nnd appointing another man. All of tho
accounts of the government, except those
which rein to to customs nnd tlio post
office department, nro settled by wnr
rnntfl counter&igucd by tho first comp
troller. Without his Blgnuturo tho pay
ments cannot bo made.
Thero nro two nutocrnta in tlio post
offlco department. One of thorn is tho
assistant uttornoy general, It is his
function to decido whether matter of
fered for limiting in humoral or not. Ho
nets us censor for tho people. Whonover
n postmaster in any city Ih doubtful re
garding tho morality-of a publication
that is sought to lo mailed, he forwards
a copy of the suspected work to tho third'
aeslstant postmaster general, by whom
it is referred to tho assistant attorney
Very likely tho latter may 1k too busy
to investlgato tho subject personally, in
which caao ho turns it over to ono of his
clerks, who perused it uud marks uuy
passage which ho considers indecent.
Thus tho law lord hns simply to glanco
over tho selected tidbits of Impropriety
nnd pass on them. Tho assistant uttor
noy general also (lotermines what mail
matter shall bo considered fraudulent
und Iki excluded as such from tho post.
Tho third assistant postmaster general
is himself nu autocrat. Hu has authority
to exercise his own discretion in depriv
ing periodical publications of tho ad
vantage of Hecond class postal rates.
Publications intended for advertising
purposes primarily aro not allowed
thoso rates. On account of tho "Kroutzer
Sonata" a whole nerles of books, of which
it was one, was chut out of tho mails.
Publishers commonly got out vol
umes iu series, bccau&o in this tthnpo
they go second cIurh uti periodical publi
cations so long ns thoy nro issued ar
least four times n year. Tho decision
against that work did not actually ex
clude it from tho post, becauso it could
bo uud was sent nt first class rates,
eealed, so that nobody could lawfully
open tho package and tlud out what was
m, .. , ii i . ..
Tho nutocrut of tho department of
ngriculturo is tho chief of tho bureau of
animal industry. Ho has authority to
kill any animal houiaychoosonnywhero
in tho United States. When ono of his
inspectors reports that such nnd such
cattlo aro afllictcd with an infectious
disease, ho orders them purchased nnd
slaughtered. Tho valuo of tho beasts is
judged by two appraisers, ono chosen
by tho owner and tho other by tho bu
reau. If they ennnot ngrco, they ap
point a third person to decido. Iu enso
a man refubed to havo his. livo stock
thus disposed of, tho police und United
States marshals would bo summoned.
Tho payment adjudicated is made by
check. Tho chief of tho bureau's author
ity iu such mutters is nbsoluto over tho
territories uud District of Columbia,
For operation;) iu any state ho must huvo
tho consent of tho governor, but tho gov
ernor's consent ennnot bo withheld bo-
, cnuso lie is
iu a position to coereo the
state. If ho chcosee, iio can quaj antino
tho state, preventing all animals from
going iuto or coming out for an indefi
nite period. St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Wiro a StreiiBtlienor.
Tho method of Btrcngthening copper
steam pipes by means of coiled metal
wiro bus been quito gcnorally adopted
... ).., i ,, Tlw. ..:.l., i-
of wiro wound under tension, Tho
method la not considered uppllcablo to
other than straight tubes. Tho wire is
of sufficient strength to carry tho full
load of steam, and tho tonslon used lu
winding is about tons per square inch.
Tho wiro hi put on in two or three inde
pendent spirals, uud tho ends of each
aro independently fastened to tho (lunges.
Ami Dick K.ild Nothlnu.
Mrs. Nowed Uick, dear, I'm glml yot
ion't forget to oxeeuto any order I give
you. Tho other dny I told you to order
totno kindling wood, and you must havo
though), of It constantly, poor boy, for
l hat nigti: you kept sajing iu your sleep,
"(live mo a dolhir'.i worth of chip-d"
Music, uud Drum:..
All next week
Can buy goodit
At II. U. KrtigV,
lit!) O Hi i eel nt
lit) per cent olT,
All new IhlngM
I lent material
Twenty per cent off
of tho Hcunon
to buy lino goodn
Twenty per cent oil
Twenty per cent oH
New Hurrt'y for J4jiI or Trade.
Now two-Huuteil canopy top surrey for
nale cheap or will trade for a llrstelasH
phaeton, call or mldresx Lou WeHsel,
Mrs. Anna Sutherland
Kalamazoo, Mich., had swellings lu tho nock, or
., 1'rorahcrlOth M - w
Goitre year, causing 40 Years
walk two blocks without fainting. Slio took
i . , , , ... s, .
I AnJ ' "()',v frc0 'rom " bH" 8l10 ni" ursei1
many othen to Uko Hood's SaMaparllla anil
HOOD'S PlLLa Cum all Llror till, Jaundice,
lick lioacUcbo, LUioaineu, lour ttoniMb, naaaaa.
Are Jujt as Curable is Other ObciiM
Treated tiicludveb by
l)lt. l.l'.OMIAItDT, Lincoln, Neb.
cnci itir o r
xavm J TO 8 on.r
I AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
FOR THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
II) (.nil Hamilton, hi literary exi-cutor, with
thn riMii(ratln of lih famll). and (or Mr.
I.IiiImo'h riiiuiiloti' work, "Tut-nt) Yr.tr.i of
t'i nitres." nud liU Inter IxHik, "1'olltlcnl Din-,
' eiiaHioiiH. Ono iiro.piH'Un for tliee tlin-o Ix-it
Melllnu iMHikti in the market. A. K. I'. .lonlnii,
nf .Mnliif, tiHik ll'J ore lorn from tlrst ItOrnlU;
nueiitH rollt tllHI.nn. Mr. Ilnlliinl, of Ohio,
took Uorilorrf, l.lt'.il lUtiilii.in ore ilny;pmut
! M.'lrt. IC. N. Kice. of M.ujncl.uctH. took 'H
lonlprj in two diiii protlt I7.,.M. .I. Part-1
riilo. of Mnino, tiKik . onleM from rUrulU,
protlt 7.VJ;). i:. A. I'nlmur, of North Dnkotn,
took M onlvrj In a Ui: iirotlt aus.--'.. t-.xclu
NlinTcrrlioo iven. If joiiwUlitomukelBrso
I money, writo l.nine.liately for term to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., NORWICH, CONN.
t NEW MEXICO.
mines nnd towns of Now Mexico
i no prom
of fruit rnUlnijnro set forth linlrtAilialwifnctit
rnlatlto toslieep, ratllo uml eenerul farinliur,
No other rountry rMVjiho susli n ilKsirnlile
rllmnta till tlm ve.ir nniunil. WritH to II L.
Pal nu r, V. A. .Santa
or fr- copy.
Ho ItouUs Onialia, Nub.,
gj -- T-w-k.1-.-. --.. ' and tlio Tonkawa.Pawnaa and KlekanooRjjar
5I.'c5cA17Ul JFjir3XiliLJ, I vntlou, oon tobooncnod Mr settlomnnt by tha
U. S. KOTprumcnt. Millions of ncroa in tha An
ANO Cl FANINR WDPlfQ ejtiuirlriihural country under tlio sun, valltn
AINU LUtAINIiNij WORKS), i to,M, tl(.tiwl by tlio husbaniliuaa'a plowshara:
m.Y . ...--.-. ... . , lids Unlmost tho last chance to .obtain ono of
No. UU N.Twelitn Mt. I Undo Kum'j freo firms. -
Meely ileeoruteil In nil Hluipen uml
graded, at imiiokh that command nt
teiitlou, In tho i
SOUTH I ITH 8T.,
Itutall ItootiiH of
THE PH COWflH CO8
MOW (JltOL'KKHY AND OLAHH
' Ordom for Hpectal decorations unci Uio '
replacing of broken pieeim belonging to
dinner, tea or toilet until tiro solicited.
Amateur decorated china to bu fired
nud glided received dally.
211 HOUTII HIjHVKNTII ST.
1 1 Mi It
I , A PAIR
OF - . .
They aro wurni, good wcarera,
And junt the thing.
'I'MfV THIOL '
EO. 6. KATES
I MO O STREET.
VOt MU.ST IIAVi: STVLH1I
OUR FALL STOCK OF
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C VTl 1 d 0V TSi
Am not Excelled in ..
Style, Fit and Quality
AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
tifJust call in and seo them. "3
FISHER t WW.
1180 O Street.
m V Strip.
.. 1 cl
Wrlto to E. I. Palmer, P, A. Santo Fa Rout
Oniiilin. Nob., for freo copy of iUiutrated folciar
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