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be IllicMht laili$ gaglc: atacTatj 3PxiUx?, tfxrXrjcr XI, 1890.
Bhe stood between me and the light,
A graceful figure, toll and fair;
Iler eyes wore stars of summer night,
And dark 03 summer night her hair.
Between me and the sunset glow,
That crimsoned dreamy world and sty,
One idle moment, leaning so,
To watch a bird's wing flutter by.
Between me and the llght--but when
She moved O3ido with Rraoious speed,
Recalling etiquette ah, then
My earth and he-area were dark, indeed!
Sure That He Will Come.
"Wo saw a littlo Indian girl a few weela
ago at Laquna, N. M., in the Pueblo set
tlement there. Her feet and legs were
incased in gaeer linen bandages that
simulated stockings and shoes, all in one
piece. She wore a calico skirt, a red
bodice and a black thawl that served
both as bonnet and wrap, and on her lit
tlo sleek head she carried a great sun
baked water jar. "Josephine," asked
Tho Courant representative, "are you
going to bo married?" "Oh, yes," said
Josephine, confidently. "Whon, Joseph
ine?" "Oh, soon," with a smilocf modest
pleasure. "To whom, Josephine? "I do
not know. I have no ono yet," said
Mademoiselles, you of tho approved
conventional type, do you not envy the
faitb and tho confidence of your uncivil
ized sister? She "has no ono yet," but
sho is braiding her long locks for liim
and saving her nickels there aro no pen
nies in her blessed country to buy a
cooking stovo on which she will prepare
his antolopo and bis beaten corn. Made
moiselles, could you speak ybur own
thoughts would it bo a relief? Could you
rid yourselveaof tho trammels of society
and confess with Josephine that, though
there is no ono yet, you know bo will
come, and aro living in that expectation,
would not life by such acknowledgment
bo simplified? Hartford Courant.
Women In 3Tulo Attire.
Thero i3 only one lady in France who
rides her horso like a gentloman. That
is Mmo. Dieulafoy, tho Persian archaeolo
gist, and who has just brought out an
Oriental novel. She dresses in any case
like a man, a necessity forced on her
when occupied with her husband in
Eastern excavations. Rosa Bonheur also
wore malo attiro, but this was to save
her from observation when sho attended
for years the horso fairs to take sketches.
Groorgo Sand was the only lady who rode
and dressed like a man for the sole object
of pose. It is remarked that they are tho
daughters of military officers in France
who are tho beat slrilled in horsemanship.
Howover, no French lady is able to follow
tho hounds or lake a fence like "Baby
Blake," of Lever memory. Cor. Chicago
SXra. Douftlnfl-SImM Iioolc.
Mrs. H. Lillian Douglas, who recently
married Dr. Harry Marion Sims, intends
to write a book on "Woman's Health
and Its Influ.on.co on tho Morals of a Na
tion." Dr. Sims, under whoso direction
tho work will bo prepared, is tho son of
tho eminent surgeon who founded the
"Woman's hospital of New York, who
won tho title of tho Father of Gynecolo
gy and decorations from three European
monarchs. Tho London Lancet said of
tho surgeon, "Tho name of Sims will
livo until woman dies." Dr. Sims waa
educated by his father, and it is tlio pur
pose of his leautiful Baltimore wifo to
assist him in being worthy of tho fa
mous name and talent ho inherits. Ex
change. For Homo Duo.
The best covering for a poultico or a
mustard paste is tissue paper.
For a grass stain on children's clothes
whilo it is fresh wash it out in alcohol.
Damp salt will romovo the discolora
tion of cups and saucors caused by tea
and careless washing.
"When broiling stoak throw a little salt
on tho coals, and tho blaze from tho drip
ping fat will not annoy.
To clean willow furniture use salt and
water. Apply with a nail brush, scrub
well and dry thoroughly.
A strong solution of alum, to which
has been added a littlo glycerine and
vinegar, is a euro for mosquito bites.
Practicing tlio IJclliuny Idea.
"Looking Backward" is bearing frnit.
Twelve young ladies of Indianapolis, em
ployed in btorcs and ofnree, have rented
a suite of twolvo rooms, and aro living
on the Bellamy plan. Each pays into tho
treasury $3 per week, and a cook is em
ployed to prepare meals. In addition
each is assessed twenty-five cents for a
contingent fund, which is held to meet
unusual expenses. Tho young ladies room
in couples, and each week two of them
aro appointed purveyors. Tho only timo
thoy aro all togethor is at supper, but
they aro contontod and enjoy their way
of living. New York Telegram.
Lady KIt'm Sinter.
As a token of hor affection for Ladv
Ely the queen has appointed Mrs. Town
send Wilson, Lady Ely's sister, extra
woman of tho bod chamber. Tho posi
tion is an honorary one and entails no
work, and has not oven the small ad
vnntago that appertains to tho place of
maid of honor, which givas the lady tho
title of "honorable." Mrs. Wilson is
Lady Ely's only surviving sister. She
has lod a very retired life for many
years andisontirely unknown in society.
The Author of a Richmond 'otp1.
Mrs. Mary Spear Tiernnn, who recently
published hor novel of "Jack Horner," is
ono of tho executive committee of tlio
newly founded "Womeu's Literary club
of Baltimore. Sho has intensely blue
eyos, is tall and exceptionally fine look
ing. Her girlhood was spent in Rich
mond, whore she fotmd the material for
her throe well known creations, "Su
"zetto," "Homo5ollo"and "JackHorner."
To renovate scratched furniture dis
solve beeswax in turpentine, making it
of tho consistency of molasses; apply
with a woolon cloth, then rub britkly
with a dry piece of flanucL The im
jprovement ' wonderful.
STRICKEN DOWN ON THE STREET.
Tlio Stiddcn Summon Tlint Cftme to
Judge Xoyca, of Ohio.
It was Jnpt after tho close of court at
Cincinnati the other day that Judc Ed
ward Follansbco Noyes tact a friend and
condoled with him on the loss of one they
both loved &b a brother. Said tins judge
"The ways, of Providoncc are mystorioun
and uast our finding out. We must abide
bytnrm. l'rom tnem triere is no appeal.
But it does bometiines seem that death al
ways takes those wo learn by contact to
value and love the most highly."
Not five minutes later Judge Noyes fell
a corpse upon the street, stricken down by
apoplexy at the age of 5S. He was a native
of Eiist Haverhill, Mass.. and a graduate of
Dartmouth. In 185S he began the practice
of law at Cincinnati. When the civil war
began he abandoned the office for the field,
and while acting colonel of the Thirty-
J. B. 6ATLER JUDGE NOTES,
ninth Ohio regiment lost a leg in battle.
Recovering from his wound he reported on
crutches for duty, and was made a briga
dier general and assigned to the command
of Camp Dennison. Later he left the
army to assume office as city solicitor of
Cincinnati. Then the people made him
probate judge, and in 1871 he waa elected
governor of Ohio. At the end of his term
he accepted a renomination, but was de
feated at the polls. When Mr. Hayes so
cured tho presidency he made Mr. Noyes,
who had been one of his most active sup
porters, minister to France. At tho ex
piration of his term he returned to Cincin
nati and resumed tho practice of law. Two
years ago he was elected superior court
judge, and occupied that place at the time
of his death He leaves a widow and son.
Governor Campbell ha3 appointed Mr. J.
Rhlner Sayler to succeed Mr. Noyes on the
BELLAMY'S PUBLIC UMBRELLA.
A Theorist's Idea Put to a Practical Tout
Those who have read Bellamy's "Look
ing Backward" will recollect that one of
tho ideas advanced in that remarkable book
has to do with "public umbrellas," other
wise covered footways in public thorough
fares. A new btreet in Brixton, England,
VIEW OF BRIXTON'S COVERED STREET,
is being constructed according to tho Bel
lamy plan. It starts from tho principal
thoroughfare and curves around toward
the station. The roadway is broad, and the
covered pavement on each side is ten feet
wide. Light iron pillars support a glazed
roof, from which are suspended numerous
gas lamps. When it is finished the cov
ered way will, it is said, be a well lighted
promenado, open to tho fresh air and at
the same timo thoroughly, protected from
Btorms and heat.
Authors and Critics at Odds.
The critics those gentlemen who sit in
"inrlrrmpnn nn t.hn nrrtrlnnfinnt. nf iint-.!inr
have been of late impaled by tho pens of
two well known writers ono British and
ono American. "All current criticism,"
says tho first, " is falsely principled and
conditioned in evil;" but if anonymous it
is usually "savage and dishonest." Tho
other asserts in satirical vein, "Tho critic
can really produce cood work on subjects
of little or no importance, but he should
not meddle with fiction of a high order."
Says The London News: "It is impossible
to avoid tho suspicion that botu these au
thors, though old enough to know better,
havo yielded to tho temptation of reading
some unfavorable reviews of their own
books, and they are naturally incensed
that tho mask of tho anonymous
prevents thorn from identifying the
writers and tearing them limb from
limb. Ono critic has 'gone for them
and shown himself also to bo master of
language. Another has confined himself
to satire. The most amusing sentence ho
has written is, however, where the drollery
Is undesigned. 'You saj ,' ho writes, 'that
you authors have never profited by our ob
servations. Perhaps not. But thero are
other people to be considered in this mat
ter. An author may bo incorrigible, but
the public taste may be corrected.' An in
stantaneous photograph of a reviewer in
the act (and with the motive) of correcting
public tsto would bo invaluable, and
should bo secured at any price by tho
National Portrait gallery."
End of an Artistic Career.
Tlio well known artist Henry F. Spread,
who died recently at Chicago in tho 49th
year of his ane, was beat kuown as a por
trait painter, but
h a d done work
ous in other direc
tions, his "First
Dream of Lovo"
and "Sad News"
that have gained
Mr. Spread was
born at London
and educated at
IIEXRV F. Sr-RBAD.
Dublin. After graduating ho became a
studont of drawing at the South Kensing
ton museum. He at first devoted his tal
ents to water colors, but later on took up
work in oil, at which he made his chief
success. He traveled extensively, and in
!S71 became a resident of Chicago. He
leaves a wifo and five children well pro
A September idyll.
"May I kiss you"
It was m tho orchard. She answered
Lira not. Picking a leaf from a pear tree
near by she handed it to him. He thought
he read her answer "Leave."
Turniag, he went his way.
She gased at him in astonlshmeat, for
the meant her answer to be, "Yau have
Alasl and so it all ended. Life
' A Summer Longing:.
I must away to wooded billaasd Tales,
'Where broad, low tfreautsfiow cool and silestty,
And Idle basses flap their IfeUew Batla
For mo the summer euuset ghxwo and pales,
And green fields wait for me.
I lone for shadowr forests, whare the bird
Twitter and chirp at noon from every tree.
I long for blossomed leaves and lowing herds;
And nature's voices say la my&ic words,
"The greea fields wait for thee."
I dream of uplands where the primrose shines
And wares her yellow lamps above the lea,
Of tangled copses swung with trailiajr vines,
Of open vistas skirted with tall pines,
Where green fields wait for me.
I think of long, sweet afternoons, when I
May lie and listen to the distant sea.
Or hoar the breezes in the reeds that sigh,
Or Insect voices chirping shrill and dry
In fields that wait for me.
These dreams of summer come to bid me find
The forest's shade, the wild bird's melody:
While summer's rosy wreaths for me are twined,
While summer's frcgrr jc lingers on the wind.
And green fields xrtls tap saa.
Satisfied with Ills Investment.
On tho grip of a summer car sat an
old gentleman who looked like Denman
Thompson in "Josh "Whitccmb." The
cable car ran through a squalid district
where women and children sprawled
over the blistering pavement, while
puny babies wailed and helpless mothers
tried in a listless, half hopeless way to
quiet their cries. The train ran by two
squares of sweltering misery.and then the
old gentleman showed dgns of unmistak
able excitement, pulled the wrong bell
cord and rung up a faro as a signal that
ho wanted to get off. After the usual
exchange of compliments in such cases
between tho conductor and the passen
ger he succeeded in alighting, and mut
tered: "By gosh! I'll 4 il; it won't cost
much, and it will do lots of good."
"When ho reached the women they ap
peared to be pleased at what ho sug
gested, and when the next car came
along going west ho halted it and loaded
everything in sight on board for a fresh
air trip. Arriving at tho end of the
road Mr. Cheeryble, or Uncle Josh, who
ever he was, was soon in treaty with a
saloon keeper for a bucket of lerronade.
"Not too sweet, you know, bat- with
lots of ice."
Tho children and women $xuA it
eagerly, and after enjoying not a cool
breeze, but a Ies3 torrid one than that
which roso from the down town pave
ments, Old Benevolence put them on a
car and sent them home.
"How much did all that fun cost?"
"Three dollars for car faro and $1 for
lemonade. Oh, a fellow can do lots with
4 if he tries." St. Louis Republic.
Enveloped in an Icy Tog.
Tho littlo town of Hansom's Ford,
lying six miles south of Pari3, Bis., is
much alarmed and puzzled over a nat
ural phenomenon which is being ex
hibited there. On Friday, a short whilo
after sunrise, a cloud coming from a
northeasterly direction and descending
from a great height, moving with ra
pidity, settled down upon tho placo and
has remained undispelled ever since.
Tho atmosphere is so dense with tho
moisture from the cloud that objects are
wholly undiscernablo at a distance of
less than two feet; but the remarkable
featura of tho fog is its intenso cold,
which is such aa to render fires necessary
to prevent tho people and animals from
freezing to death, whilo all vegetation in
tho town and tho country about for a
quarter of a mile around, and indeed
wherover tho fog rests, has been killed.
Singular as it appears, tho atmosphere
about seems to bo unaffected by tho
presence of tho icy cloud, and remains
very near its normal temperature, but
to enter tlio dense area of tho fog is to
step at once into cold, in which the ther
mometer remains steadily at 10 degs. be
low zero. Tho eun is so nearly obscured
by it as to appear only as a ball of half
extinguished tiro even at noonday, and
seems totally unable to warm or dispel
tho fog. Cor. Philadelphia Times.
Tho Judgo Tells a Little Story.
Dr. George Fitzgerald, alias "Sledge,"
was tried beforo Judgo Stewart recently
on tho chargo of obtaining goods from
Vogeler, Son & Co. under falso pretenses,
and was declared not guilty by the
court. Fitzgerald bought $29.85 worth
of medicines on credit, and afterward
sold them to dealers at less than half
trade prices. Tlio purchase was made
on thirty days time, or the firm could
draw on Fitzgerald within ten days
through tho Second National bank of
Washington, whero it was discovered
that ho had no money to his credit. "It
is not a caso of falso pretense," said
Judgo Stewart, "although there is evi
dent fraud. It reminds mo of the little
girl who asked a companion what her
father was in tho penitentiary for. 'For
stealing horses,' was the reply. 'Why
didn't ho do like my father,' said tho
first girl; 'ho buys horses and don't pay
for them.' " Baltimore Sun.
A novel race is soon to como off in
West Chester. Each contestant i3 to
wear laced shoes, and all tho 6hoes
aro to bo taken off and placed in a bar
rel. Tho runners then start from a mark,
run twenty-five yards to the barrel, pick
out their own shoes, put them on, lace
them up and then run 100 yards to a
mark. Tho man who gets over the en
tiro route first with shoes properly laced
will bo tho winner.
The czar and czarina and their chil
dren are enjoying their annual picnic
holiday among the Finnish udonds. They
land occasionally and lunch and take
tea, al fresco, the czar looking after the
fire and the empress miking tea. They
have no guard, as far aa i3 known, and
tho czar wears civilian's clothes, in which
he is said to look even bigger chested
and stouter than in uniform.
Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, is still
taking the waters at Carlsbad. Tho re
port is revived that a wife has been found
for him, bnt the lady's name is still a
Rev. Mr. Spurgoon inherited a large
sum of money recently from an admirer
in an English town, but distrbnred the
entire amount among the testators poor
An Interesting Fiiesomesoii.
A new black spot has been approaching
tho great red spot wmch ha been visible
on tho surface of Jupiter for a dozen
years, and, according to Mr. A. 3. Will
iams, seoms likely to pass either over or
under the latter. Calculations show that
the black spot should b in conjunction
with the center of the red spot on Aug.
33, and with the preceding end on Sepc
27. Arkuaaw Traveler.
Children Crv for Pitcher's Castoria.
JSuH'he rnosf loving husband will see
Hie difference in his home if you use
Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at
home, he will seek elsewhere for it. Good housewives know
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean .and keeps it bright.
Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you
want .cleanliness, comfort and happiness? iiy SAPOLIO
and you will be surprised at your success. '
Atout one-fifth of all males in Massa
chusetts average less than $1 per day.
The females working at this low scale of
wages comprise 72.94 per cent, of all tha
workers. No intelligent reader will fail
to realize what this fact means. As the
scale of wages rises the number of fe
males en joying them grows steadily less.
Of a total of 7,257 workers receiving $20
a week and over, only 269 are females.
The figures simply show that in the em
ployments in which the very lowest
wages are paid women constitute over
70 per cent, of the workers, while in the
employments where as high as $20 a
week are paid they constitute hardly
over 3 per cent.
In addition to all this is the humiliating
fact that in tho same occupations, stand
ing side by side with men, the females
aye paid less wages for the same work;
or, what amounts to tho same thing, a
woman of 20 years or upward is mad to
work side by side with a boy of 10 at the
same wages. Women aro compelled,
then, to fill most of the cheap places,
and paid less wages for tho same work
at that. We have no hesitation in saying
that this is an indefensible injustice, and
one so gross as to shame civilization.
"Why do legislators bit passively under
such discriminations of sex in the matter
of work and wages? Simply because
they know that the women carry no
votes, and that mere sentiment, however
just, can neither teat nor unseat a poli
tician. But it will not always be thus.
An Odd liird That Likes Fishing.
Away up on the mountain side, whero
the numerous streams find their way
through deep, dark canons down to the
pulse beat of old ocean, is the natural
summer home of tho water ousel, the
strangest ol all strange birds. You sel
dom see more than one of them at a
time. The' aro of a dark blue color,
and are easily recognized by a peculiar,
quick, jerking motion, which they never
seem to tire of. And as they flit from
rock to rock they are continually bob
bing up and down, performing such a
polite little courtesy as would cause you
to smile to see it.
Owing to their peculiar habits and the
isolated spots they select to build their
nests no one but the most ardent sports
men and naturalists succeeds in finding
them. Hence a water ousel's nest, with
two of their eggs in it, has a commercial
value among nest collectors of $2 j. They
always build their nests just back of
some waterfall or under some overhang
ing bank, whero they havo to go through
or under the water to get to it.
Another strange habit of this bird is
the deliberate manner in which they ap
pear to commit suicide. They will start
slowly, very slowly, to wade right down
into the water until they disappear from
view, but if tho water is clear and you
have a sharp eye you can Btill see their
little dark forms clinging to the bottom
in search of their morning repast, which
consists of periwinkles. Tacoma Led-
At the Old Suiuimlnc Tool.
; J til ft fr .k'i.
Tommy Beaver Comin' in, Tubby?
Tubby Lamson Nope; it's too cold.
Tommy Oh, come on! Mo an' Sara
wants t' git th' water roso so's we kin
dive. Once a Week.
Trunk Dealer I see. Waut something
for a six months' tour abroad. Well,
madam, in the adjoining building I have
a trunk which I'm Miro you will like.
Can't get it in tho store room; double door
is too narrow. I thought of remodeling it
and using it for a seashore cottage, but if
it will suit you I will let you have it cheap
Dame I'm not the ono who is going
abroad, it's my husband.
"Oh! George, show the lady one of those
vest pocket hand satchels." Street
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It's better easier quicker than soap for washing clothes
and housecleaning; if that's not true, what becomes of the
vxviy, many millions of packages sold annually? What
induces the hundreds of imitations? Did it ever occur
to you as strange that almost every imitation of Pearline
is given a name ending in INE ? A "wolf in sheep's
clothing" trick; depend upon it, their tricks don't stop
there. Peddlers and unscrupulous or misinformed grocers
will tell you this (an imitation) is as "good as Pearline,"
"same as Pearline," eta, etc. It's false there's nothing
like Pearline nothing as good as Pearline. Why? thats
our secret but you will recognize and share the benefits
of that secret when you use Pearline. t jamhs pyxe. Kc York.
Jf LJaKfl E a M3?9&&
labor in house-worn
A Diabolical Innuendo.
Bellows My wife was born near
Fellows You didn't get very near her
before you married her, did you? New
A Oret Truth.
"I tell you, you've got to have a pull
to do it successfully."
"To do what?"
"To milk a cow." New York Herald.
Anson Is he a stayer?
Fred That fellow's, got sand to sell!
It was a dear, gushing girl who went to
the studio to have her picture taken. The
photographer is one of these marble bo
somed creatures whose only object in life
is to get through with his work. She
chirped and chattered and made him visi
"Now," she haid, after numerous re
marks, ingenuous but malapropos, "I want
you to make my picture pretty, wou't
"Certainly," he replied in cold commer
cial tones. "Tlsit'll be $2 extra." Wash
Rewnmended by leading Phjslcnns
Purely Vegetable and perfectly
nannies. Sold ly all Vmxgin, or
int,pot-raid,Iii plain wrorpron
receipt of SU5- Writ for circular.
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Charles Lawrence, 102 East
Yan Werden & Co., 32S 2sTortb.
Gus Saur, 524 East Douglas
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Anthracite and Bituminous Coal
AND : ALL : KIXDS OF : BUILDIXG : MATERIAL.
U&in Offlce 112 South Fourth Avenn6. Brancli Omce 13S "Vorth Main Street
Yards connected with all railroads In tho city
577 Miles - 110. Minute
via SANTA FE ROUTE.
Vestimjle Pullman SLnr.rEM,
Vestibule Dining Caiw,
Fkee Reclining Ciiaik Caiw.
Inquire of V. D. ISIurdock, local agent
for further .pecirneu8 of railroad mathe
matics. It. Powell, PrenMent R. T IUtA", V. Pros.
A . ALLKR. Jr.. Cashier.
Fourth National Bant
PATD UP CAPITAL,
II. T. Han. Tm B. Powell, O. D. IJaruM. I It. Colo
Ann L. Hoak. F. W. Waller, O. W. LarrtmorJiM
Horso. B. O. GrarM.
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J. P ALir
L. D SKtirxm
V". II. I.ivi"moi
AMisf aat Counter
State National Bank.
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ton, Harper Attlea. Oar4H J I.
Anthoay. ArVtAaaaa City, AudaJc aat
Our Scale Books aro Printed on Good
Single Book $ 73
Threo Books 3 00
tilx Books 3 75
Single Book by mall, prepaid 85
THE WICDTITA EAGLE.
R. P. MURDOCK, Business Manager.
tS Orders by mall promptly attended te.
IWACOOJWTrOMHTM TM OfOOaPMY OF TH COUXTRY WW
OBTAIN MUCH lroaAT0 FROM A TVOT OF TXI Mf OF TM!
ducago, Rock IsM & Pact By.
Including tlnii Eaat and Wn of tbn IKIaaonrt
Hirer The Dlact Bouti to and from OIUOAOO.
KOCIC ISLAND. DAVENPOIIT. DBA SCORTCB,
COUNCIL. t.OTT8. WATKIITOWW. BIOUX
FALX8. MINlfEAPOI.la. BT. I'AUL. ST. J08
EPII. ATCIIIBON, LKAVENWOHTII. KAN8AB
CITY. TOPKKA. DENVKIl. COLOIIADO SI-NOO
and PUEBLO. Jr JlocllnJn Chair Car to and
from CIIICAOO. CALDWELL, HUTCHIKSOM
and DOrXJE CITT, and PaXac BUoptnr Cat b
twgfo CinCAQO. WICHITA an(i irUTCUnf BON.
Dull r Trains to and Irotn KINCIFIOILEB, In tha
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
ui uiuuku ww. " nivanx. kmu aiutui
dallr batweon OinCAOO, DEH MOrNEU. COUN
CIL BLUrrH and OMAJLA. and JTraa Ilol!nln
Chair Cora bqtweon OIUOAOO and DENVnil.
COLORADO KPUINOa and PUZBLO, via BU Jos
eph, or Kanaaa City and Topuka. Xscnrtlona
tally, -nrith Cholc of ItouUn to aad from Bait
Lake. Portland. Loa Ancrnfea and San Franc! aoo.
Tha Direct Lin to and from Plku'a Paak. Manl
tou, Oardan of tha Ooda, to a (Sanitarium. anJ
Bcenlo Orandeura cf Colorado.
Via Tho Albert Loa Routo.
Bolld Exprrsa rraina dally btwn Chlcaff and
leinneapolia and Ht. Paul, with THROUGH H
cllnlnif Chair Caxa iKJUlK) to and from thoaa
point and Kanaa City Through Chair Car aad
blf'aper bet-wi)n Paoria. Hplrlt Lka and nlou
Fall" Tin Ilork. Jalarul Tba Paorit Lisa to
Watertown. 8loux Taila. tha (iusunar JUaerta an-I
llunUnir and Plihln Orounda of tha NorUiwaaL
Tho Bhort lAa- rl Bnoc and Kankai offar
farllitlaa to travel to and from ItwlUcapoUa. Cin
cinnati aad other Bouthcrn pointa
rorTtchata. Map. Poldera. or dvalrad informa
tion, apply at any Coupon Tlskat Offlo. or a4drl
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
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TO WEAK HEN
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rpUadld Uel work . anirald b read by ry
&aa -who U DTona and aUUtaUd. AJldrvaa,
rof. F. C FOWLEK, Heo6iu, Conn.
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Eid and Airertke is Our Want Colnrcs.
MISSOURI :-: PACIFIC
Th ntot popular rtrnt to Xaxum
CUT, St. Ixtuln hj1 rhloxgo o-nd all
Point ut and Aorth, Jo to Hot
Hy risers, JLrk.. Jrr Oricsws, 11 o rid a,
a Mil Ail potnta Booth imd rithra.iU
SCLID DAILT TEALUS
St. Louis, Kansas City, Pueblo
Pnllman Bnffet Sleeping Oars
COLORADO SHORT LINE
The Bbwrtrst Rl to Ht- Ijauli.
Z AKSAS 017Y TO ST- L0SI3.
PuLLraaa ItwffeiSlecptair Car.
'rcc Iteclf aag Chair Gars.
H. C. TOWWSE.MO.