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Am Aeewt Arrrctf), Indfril.
"TM-i Mnnt L an antique." re
arTWet B visitor to H collector oJ brio--We,
who wm exhibiting his clilot
tMRMirj, h hatnlkomcly-rntvcd oak
"Indeed It te," replied tho other,
frtrudlr. "I bollcro It to bo tho finest
nttit oldest specimen of furnlturo ex
tant." "It mny o finest, but not tho old
cut. rcmnrked the other. "Why, I
linve nn Ambits' tnblo at homo which
ilnto before the bclnnlnffof tho Chris
tian era. In fact It Is known to bo
moro than two thousand yeara old."
"Voil'aurprlso me," said the collector,
hot a lltllo nettled by tho remark. "I
had no Idea there wero any tables as
old ns that Is It history authentic?
Wirft Is Its character'.'"
"Oh, It's very nlmpla" added tho
other. "It's tho multiplication table.
Its history Is perfectly authentic, and
ns for Its character, why, that Is per
plcxlinr at least to tho small boys."
2i. Y. Herald.
.Tnrstntlh "I ought not tohavo bet
hat thirteen dollars. I might havo
known I would lose It It's an unlucky
number. " Cumso "Xonscnsol Tho
man who won It bet thirteen dollars,
too, didn't he?" Jnysmlth "No: he
pave. odds. Ho bet twenty-six dollars."
Mrs. Xouvcau-ltlcho "What a
handtomo homo your father has built!
Suoh beautiful balconies!" JIIss Juliet
(with a sigh) "Yes, plenty of balcony,
but, alas, no Itomeo." Mrs. Nouvcau-
lllche "Is Romeo tho name of that
material the Tomklnses havo their new
awnings intulo of?" llonton Transcript
Hood's Praises Itself
Kidney Troubles - Brlght's
"I do think Hood's Sarsaparttla Is with Hi
weight la gold.' For four years I suSertd mis
err with tcrriolo pains (a ray back: and troub'o
with my kidneys. The doctors thought I had
Ilrlglil'a dlser-ae. I began to tako HooVs Sar
aaparilla, an ( I toon round that It was helping
tne although I had been totd nothing weald help
mo and thought I would hare to die. n it 1 con
tinued to improro till I am now la perfett
health and have as good a back as any man lu
town. Today I can rto a pood day's wi rk, and
truly loci that Hood's Sarsaparllla was o God
rend to mo." Jons Sajtos. Scottdale, Pa.
Hood'o Pills act easily, yet promptly and
evidently, on the liter and towels. Kc.
TIi Greatest Medical Discovery
of th Age.
DONALD KCKKEDY, OF ROXOUHY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
land ot Humor, from the worst bcrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried It in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except In two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now In his
possession over two hundred certificates
or its value, all within twenty miles of
A berrfit Is ahvavs experienced from
the first bottle, and a perfect cure Is war
ranted when the richt auantitv Is taken.
When the lungs arc affected It causes
shooting pains. like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts being
ttopped, and always disappears in a week
niter taping u.
If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of It.
Hose, one tible'poonful in water at bed
time. Read the Labef. Send for Book.
fiT.li il'i iii fl I
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
will cure ou
cough fur &
Tlij FIM1 llllAND SLICKER li warranted wet.
MwroUULhSU'lCtUIUr. perfect ridine coat, and
anreraihernureaailil's. DtwartoflmliaUon. lont
Uir a coat If ihe "ttih httnf l noc on It. Jlla.tra-
n iirana - i. nui on it, jna.iral
A.J TUtVEIl. Itmum. lltiik. I
ml iauunpua irff ,
Ucir of Imitation..
MUl I LIE
" .aswj 7sL-raa. aw Arllltiili
Ely's Cream Balm
COLD IN HEAD
aVico 60 Cf ntaTI
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nud imr lUblBIIWfcWl rapidly
Vtnuy L "7T a;tr trl
,nwi ntwdM Vt vtUn, I eoromenad to el?e hlin
r r, a$t wa potties ma i;d ivn
ll.teuu rLft. f anr9r.tf.at!h
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XLfar tiro oct
III MM, mrtsa.irtiii'erM very rpnch t roa ciaeat
nl the mouth. Ur urica or phtiicUni, io o
fittkm Jt potumed. exttndlni from th h
Aooldont on tho
Tito WorlilVi l"trTnln Crnth Into Encb
Other -TwIntjr.SU l'rraoaa KllUd-
TUe Vlctlmt Hurnnl flerond
IlATTr.r. CnEKK, Mleh..Oeb 21. Tvren-tj-slx
lienps of charred, ldnchcned
flesh, all that remains ot whnt 1cm
than twenty-four hours njro were men,
women nnd children In the enjoyment
of life, health nnd h.ipplncu, rest ttpurt
tho itoor of an Improvised ntorfruo In
tho basement of n furnlturo store In
A mile array In the city hospital are
b score or more ot humnn balnjrs with
gashed bodies and broken limbs. Add
to this nn engineer in Jull and a con
dnetor n fugitive from the law, and tho
story Is told of a railroad horror ono
of the mot Rppalllng in its chnractor
of this or recent years. This is Is the
list of tho dead and unidentified bodies:
11 T Mtgoon. Providence, It I . Identified
by paprs In a pocketbook.
Worn in burnt to a crlip no clothing rem tin.
Hoy apparently about IS jeario'd doe and
upper ponton ot he.id, as well a feet, burnt to
crisp: tew red hairs remaining on baric of ne:kt
no pocket In roit handkerchief with red bor
der chat'lalno watch.
W W. Ifcnrr. of Woomocket II I; lumber
ileilcr; Identified by bualneta carJa.
Malo Paper In rrat pocket with statement
from John Modtoo, banker. New York to
rharlea K. Wcnile alao a nolo written In Of r-.
man from Charles E. Wentlo to Dr Howard 11
Male Apparentlr about 3) years old. hetry
build. In rocket of trousers aereral English
cold sorcrclfns; Jarkknlte with horn handle In
Test silver watih gold spectacles: bandkrr
chief with the Initials "it. O." In old English
Mato Apparently weighed about IS) iwunds
clothing erstroyed; burnt beyond possibility
Woman- Durnt; hands clinched and horrible
expression of anguish on face had In pocket ot
shirt letters addressed to Mr F li. Kensleand
signed ' Mrs. M. Parker enrelopo post
marked Stamford, Conn, togell-.et with 10 la
moner. In another picket was a a andkerchlef
wllhnomiof P R McKenila.
Woman-Dornt beyond Identtlatlon; no
Man Supposed to be T. X Mcdurrey, of On
tario. Mrs. Charles Van Duscn, ot Sprout Brook,
X. Y.. burnt to a crlsa
Charles Van Dusen, husband of above, died
of In jrles yesterday afternoon.
lliby- llurnt berona recognition.
Male Too badly burned for Identification.
Male-Weight about 131 pounds: silk hand
kerchief In hand, clothing destroyed no Identl
Wcman-Hurnt to crisp: no Identification.
Man About US pounds; no papers, sllvsi
watch, wlthcnirared Initial v J "
Woman-1 1) pounds chain bracelet with key
otl- on right wrist: burnt to crisp.
Woman Weight about 100: no IdentlBcatlon.
Woman llurnt berond Identification por
tion black silk dress and blue striped under
skirt remaining, also chain bracelet on right
Woman llurnt to crisp.
Male Supposed from papers to be J. W.
lleardsley, of Watklns. K Y.
Charred trunk: limbs anl head missing:
medical examination necessary to dotermlns
Mate Apparrnny about iw pounds: open
face natch ot Illinois make; no means of
One cf the female bodies It believed to be
that of Mrs. W. XT Heary. of WoomockeL R
X. Onocf tbo m lo victims U believed to bo
W'l'Uim Lewis W Ison, of 811 Sherldsn Road,
Kvanston.HL valise with hi visiting cards
and o h-r papers round In wreck.
Direct disobedience ot orders on the
part of a Chicago Jt Grand Trunk on
gineer nnd conductor, both of whom
had teo long service vrith tho com
pany nnd were regarded ns model em
ployes, was tho cause of the tragedy.
The engineers and firemen, when
they saw that u collision was inevit
able, shnt off htcarc, reversed engines,
pnt on brake and ull jamped and es
caped without serious Injury.
Tho first three day coaches of tho
train going west were completely tel
escoped, the second coach cutting
through the third coach lllie a knife
and the roof passing orer the heads of
the sleeping passengers.
Tire I role o out from the lamps in the
cars and soon four were in flames.
Not until their dying day will some
of tho citizens, who were early on tho
ground, forgot the scenes that they
were compelled to wltncis and helpless
to relieve. No pen can describe tho
last moments of Jirs. Charles Van Du
scn. bhe had succeeded In getting halt
way out of the window, but her limbs
were pinioned by the heavy framerrurk
of tho seat she had been occupying
with Iter husband and this had taken
Are. Thus held, roasting, burning from
tho feet up, she pleaded and begged for
the help that those outside were help
less to give
Dcfcplte iter terrible agony she re
tained consciousness to the last and as
the flames crept up and surrounded her
she culled out iter name and nddress
and that of friends to be notlQed. "I
um a teacher In the .Methodist Sunday
school at rproutbrook, '. Y.," she
cried, hay I died like a Christian."
Then the side of the car gave way and
she fell back into tho flames.
Her husband had meanwhile been
rescued, iloth limbs were fractured
and ho had also received Internal In
juries, lie retained consciousness un
til his death, but was kept In ignor
ance of the fate of his wife. In his
Isst breath he asked Kov. Dr. George
K Kul to send Ills lore to the two chil
dren that ho had left at home and
also to give them his watch. Ho was
47 years old and U deacon In the Meth
odist church of his native village.
Engineer Woolley and Conductor
Scott, of the special train were arrested
nnd held to answer the charge of man
slaughter No L'ae for Kaloon-Ktipers.
.Nnrii.nftViM.E, Intl, Oct 81. Two
men from liroad Itlpplo attempted to
start a saloon in the llttlo Quaker town
of Westficld. They arrived on the
noon train Saturday, and, by previous
arrangement almost the entire popu
lation turned out to meet them, nnd
ordered them to leave. For two days
war seemed Inevitable, as both sides
ucro determined and showed fight
Tho trouble was ended Wednesday by
tho arrest and fining of tho two men
for carrying concealed weapons. Thev
ogrced to leavo town if the fine was
Van Aim Confirmed.
Waiiiimotox, Oct 21. Tho senate In
executive session confirmed, by a vote
of SO to Si, the nomination of James J,
Van Alen, of llhoda Island, to bo am
bassador to Italy. A bitter fight had
been made on him in certain newspa
pers anu punuo circles, but in vain.
Wholesale Caddlery Aocltlon.
fir. Louis, Oet 51 Tho Wholesale
fiaddlprjr simulation has concluded Its
hbors hero and adjourned after divid
ing the country Into four districts, In
which different forms snd ratings shall
prevail The next meeting will to
held at l'ut-ln-Bay, P., July 10, lBOt
A Yarn Healed.
tumprxce, R. I, Oet s?i. The
story from J)oirer about there having
been a Jog instead of a body la Dr.
Oraves' cotlln hss been rifo hero for
srvcr.il days, but to attention has been
paid jo it fto far s could be gathered
from what occurred nt the irruvo on
Tuesday, tbo oofilu eontainod tho body
of tho nnfo.rtnnaln mun.
iv(tv. iilt-k cvuy-t!.
WASHISflTftX, 0t 31 rOix-aov. Pllpk
iaurinlwfiui.ly eonfimipj by thfcv
s(q 1c mttcHllr- mwIou for pnlou
iff n, r.t 'rptMkn, Very llttl tUai w
A PLAIN TALE.
Hot Jt Is Strictly Trntliful anil Fall ot
Don't fool with strnngo babies.
Thcro may Ihj somo exceptions io this
rule, but ordinarily it Is n wtso one to
follow. Anyhow, that's what a cer
tain fat individual living in thts city
llogot Into a Fifteenth street car at
Glrard avenue, looking ns fnt men al
ways look, just brimming over with
good humor. In ft corner of tho car a
young woman was sitting with n bnby
on her lap. Tho baby looked just ns
nappy ns tlio int man, and laughed nhil
cooed In a way that brought admiring
glnnccs from every ono clso In tho car.
Fatty meant well Ills good nature
prompted him lo help tho baby along
nnd nmko It still happier. So ho smiled
nt It, chucked It under tho chin, clapped
his hands, made fnecs nnd nnd In fact
did everything thnt tho averago man
thinks will make nn Infant laugh.
llaby took It all In good part for
n while and really seemed to enjoy Its
playmate's antics. Then It branched
out It grabbed his watch-chain.
Mninma soldi "No; baby mus'n't"
Hut baby must nnd would. Fntty said
all right, nnd tho llttlo ono played
with tho chain for n while. Then it
wanted tho wntch and, falling to get
this, It mado n grab for Fntty's whis
kers. This was moro than ho bar
gained for. Ho changed his sent nnd
looked over nt baby smilingly nnd Raid
"Hoo!" Itaby looked sour. Fatty
mndo a face at It and said "Itool" onco
more, nt which baby sot up n howl, and
thereafter pandemonium reigned In
that car. Tho mother looked nt the
ennso of It all with n cold, vacant stare,
tho passengers gazed at him with In
tenso scorn, nnd ho himself looked
sheepishly around for somo time, nnd
then, ns tho howling continued, sud
denly got op from his scat as Spring
Garden street Was reached and left tho
. Don't fool with strnngo babies.
Philadelphia North American.
The Happy Home.
I havo peeped into tho quiet parlors
where the carpet Is clcau and not old,
and the furnlturo Is polished and bright,
Into rooms whero tho chairs nro cent
and tho floor carpeted, Into kitchens
where the family live, and tho meals
nro cooked and eaten, nnd tho boys nnd
girls nro as blltho nnd Joyous ns tho
sparrows overhead, and I sco that It Is
not so much wealth, or learning, or
clothes, or servants, or toll, or Idleness,
or town, or country, or station, as It Is
tone and temper tnnt render homes
happy or wretched. And I sco. too,
that In town or country, good senso
nnd kind feeling, nnd Gods grace make
llfo what no teachers, or accomplish
ments, or menns, or society can make
It tho opening stavo of an everlasting
psalm the fair beginning of an end
less and blessed existence tho goodly,
modest, well-proportioned vestlbulo to
a temple of God's building thnt shall
never decay, or wax old, or vanish
aviay. John HalL
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. Si
CATTLE-llest beeves (3 73 4 15
Stackers :io 3a
Name co a :i) S4
HOOS-Good to cbolco heary. A 4)
WHEAT No. S red SI Q 51
Nuzhard ft! u
OATS-No. S mixed S ft
IlYE Xa S ii O
FLOUR- Ptcnt, per iuk 1
10 tt 2 71
Fancy pralrlo 6
IIL'TTKIl-Cboke creamery. . II :i
CHKKMJ-t'ullcru.inLw 0 W SV4
KOOH-CholcoSaJg, lVie 19
CATTI.EoXairve'and'shlpplne 3 S) 0 5 00
Triana .. ... ... S S3 Q s SO
110GS-llejiy....... . 4 ) 7J
SHF.Ul'-Falr to choice 3 ft) 3 74
M OUK-Cholcc I M J 10
WUKAT-N'azred toli't M
CPUS' -Ifa S mixed M j4 M
OATis No. S mixed n 6 SJ'
RYK-Na J 41 a 41
ULTtEKCreamery. I SI
LAUD Western steam 9 &5 OSSJ'i
I'OUK law eiaa
CATTLB Common to prime.. 4
IlOOiFiafclBCaad shipping 4
KHKKP-Palr to eta 3
no r S IS
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SO ( 3 75
Si a 3 SJ
If it 17 '
41 at 41
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Will- A i v .ivl
CORN No J
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ARE CURED BY ST. JACOBS
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
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em mis es -var ss m&mi&? saa. M& & a& mm
An tinsurpassfil vnrlety of Articles will U puWIilrta la the C8lh toIbim of The Commxiox Botnething
of iicU1 Inlereit auJ alue for erery mtmlxt of tb famUy ery wetk. Foil llluitrattJ AnnouoccawnU Vreu.
The Work that pays the best. By the Supt. of the Ctrnui, Robrrt !. Porter.
The airlhood of Queen Victoria. By one who knew her well, Lady Jeutie.
Doys who ought not to go to College. An important subject. By Prof. Stanley Hall.
Some Remarkable Boys of the Uoys Brigade. By Prof. Henry Dnimmond.
The Boyhood of the Russian Emperor. How the Cm u TrsmeJ. Isabel P. Hapgood.
Nine SeiUl Stories will be given during J894.
The Deserter. By Harold Frederic.
The Sonny Sahib. Sara Jcannetto Duncan.
The Wood Sprites. By C. A. Stephens.
Herm and I
Down tho CJrand Canon.
Double Holiday numbers at
frtyxfy wrMiNifcrffvi cvrxcveyic.;
A Trifle Too I.rUnrcly.
Bhe wasn't blessed wltli muo!''bcnuty,
but sho wns dressed nnd hnd tho np
penrnnco of being exact Slio earao
Into tho Union depot and tripped to tho
"Whnt tlmo does the noxt train leavo
for Chicago?" sho naked.
"It will start In flvo minutes."
"How much Is tho faro?"
"I thought It wns only ton dollars."
"Twelvo dollars Is tho usual fare."
"Will It bo any cheuper to morrow?"
"Not n cent"
"Well, I'll tako a ticket"
"Hero you arc."
"Can you change n fifty-dollar bill?"
"Yes, change a flvo hundred-dollar
took her some tlmo to gather up
her chango nntl stow It away. When
sho had performed tho operation, sho
smiled nnd asked:
"What tlmo did you say tho trnln
"Tho train Is gone. Thcro will bo
another ono to Chicago to-morrow
morning." Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Kittle Did you seo Mr. I'crrls when
you called on him?
Tom No; but I gathered from a
hasty Inspection of his room that ho Is
n sharp but unprincipled man.
Kittle Why, what did you discover?
Tom Thrco umbrellas In tho corner.
In Deep Water.
Like- Incautious and weak swimmers nro
thoso who Incur tho risk of cliroiilorhtnima
tlsra by a neglect of safety. This can bo In
sured uttlio start by that llvo preserving
medicine, Hosteller's Htomaclt Hitters.
Ilheumutism may attack tho heart There
is no safety then. Forestall the Ohronlc
stagooC tho malady by using tho Hitters,
wnlch is equally rlucaclou in malaria, dys
pepsia, liver complaint, constipation and
BrnccTCan Dmvrn(to passenger) "Whv
don't you put down that heavy satchel I
ou'U break your back holding It up." Pas
senger "Be gob, thlm llttlo harc tins got
nil they can do to dhrag this big It'yar and
tho load that's in It. I'll carry tho bag ale
Needs assistance It may bo best to render
It promptly, but one should remember to uso
even tho most perfect romcdlcs only when
needed. Tho best nnd mtstsimplonnd tren
tie remedy Is tho Hyrun of Kig, manufac
tured by tho California Fig Syrup Co.
KxciusTMEXT. "What kind of a lens do
you use, ilr. Chupplol" uslicd Miss Uladvs
of tho joumr man who taVcs pictures. "It
all depends. Miss Gladys." replied Chapplo,
smlllnsly. "Whenever 1 catch you, It will
probably bo with a dlstauco lends." Truth.
V. J. CnsSET & Co , Toledo, O , Proprs. of
Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer 100 reward for
any case of catnrrh that can not bo cured by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for tes
Umoalals, free. Bold by Draggists, 73c
Fan is tub llCAn. Poet "I have a llttlo
thing hero after Bwiuburnc." Udltor
"ll'iii I After Btvliiburne, you sav (glancing
ovor J1S.)I Well, young man, 1 don't Ihlnk
you're hlicly to catch up with him In a hur
ry. Gctafior somo one clso. "Truth.
Hrr.ciuit'8 Pills, for bilious disorders, uro
extensively sold and used In all civilized
countries. S3 cents a box.
A mrNK differs from a man In that It can
bo completely strapped without bccomlnc
broke Buffalo Courier.
Likb Oil Upon Troubled Waters Is Hide's
lioney of Horehound and Tar upon n cold.
Pike's Toothache Drops Curo In ono mluuto
Bexevolekt "Sho said sho wouldn'tklss
him for anything " "I know It; sho does it
for nothing." Truth.
Evidescc "Is Henderson forehand!!"
"Well, rather why, that fellow can pUy a
duet, bo's so forehanded C Puck.
Mauam IU'Mott seems to baro no troublo
In getting currency.
Yachts tako spins to show whether they
are tip top or not Boston Transcript
Some men are merely tho silent partners
of their bad habits. Galveston Kens.
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
come to you If you're a suffering woman.
The messenger in this coso is Dr. Pierce's
It's a tome and nervine, a remedy pro
scribed by an eminent physician and spe
cialist for all the peculiar ills and aliments
of women. m,. d.uhter. sum
JIeekeii, was f Irk ami
vfo calM In om of tho
best doctors hire, hho
Rot so weak that I had
to help her nut of bed
anu oniw ncr in a ciuur
hho then tried somo of I
Ilr. 1'lerce's Fatorlto i
rrcscrlptlon. In hvs I
than a week she was
out of bed and lias been '
worklnir almut nro
vrceks nnir, nnd looks
the plcturo of health.
As fur myself 1 am
much better f my fc- i
inJle etimplalnt. Ik foro
IISS MEEKEIt. lriW rlntlon. " 1 auf.
feT-d mostof tho tla" fr' i eutiirrhal Indaui
nuitloa. Vcursr.ff'tfi II v,
Mrs. nam i'Hrr.Krit.
Dunrar'n, Orluicare (' , .V 1".
PSBRCE "SSSZr CUHEJ.
OIL. PROMPT AND SURE.
nth a I urWy . lutirtaMitf and iMlruttiet
In great variety anil over 100 Short Stories,
Out of the Jaws of Death. Henry M. Stanley.
My Closest Call, By Archibald Forbes.
Three Romances of the Sea. Clark Russell.
Myron B. aibson.
Sailing the Nameless. By Stlnson Jarvls.
My Narrowest Escape. Edward Whymper.
By A. Ollbrace.
Thanksgiving, Cbriitmai, New Ve' nd EaUer,
$1.75 to Jan. 1, 189$.
Tills beautiful rolorwt 1'lrturc, "Arrest Charitr," must
iwsren to In NiiprerlslvU, Ita rlclini'a of rnlorlnar coui
marula Instant attoutlnii. IU subjert Is mime ailj- of
culonlui linn... Thero la not 11 liMiitf that Ilia iiUtiiroMlII
not tiroaiueiit. Nlu I4liiai lnrliia. ltulll IrasentMrelr
cut out this slip niiil W.J It wllli 81,73 lur U yuar'a sub
scription, n.l n aililltlon I he ppr will lia stut Vita la
Jau, J , jspi, ana forit full 711,, from that dlo to Jan. 103.
83 The youth oompaniohi Beaton. w.
ARE da!.ly test
tog Royat Bak
ing Powder by
that most Infal
Hbleof all tests,
the test of practical v.sc.
They find it goes further,
makes lighter, sweeter,
finer-flavored, purer nnd
moro wholesome food
than nny other, and Is al
ways unijjrm in its work.
Its great qualities, thus
proven, nro tho cnuso of Its
wonderful popularity, Its salo
being greater than that of all
other cream ot tartar baking
Mrs. Waldorf "In our hotels tho guests
ore well cared fr. In every upper room
tucro is a ropo for csenpo In case of flro."
Count Do Hurtle ro "Ah, that Is most umus
Ing. If ho wish ho can uso U also as a skip
ping rope." Llfo.
Wocxn Be Neeped. "Tell tho publisher
to order n pnnnd of hyphens right nwny,"
snld tho foreman of tho composing-room to
tho clerk. "Whv I" "Tho editor has a lot of
society people's names ho wants to print"
CitARLrr "Bo, Jim, you wero extrava
gant enough to pay twenty dollars admen
foryour handkerchiefs. Don't you think
that was a good deal ot money to blow iu!"
"Pa!" " "Yes, my son." "Whv do so
many pcoplo dio of diphtheria!' "Because
thoy gut It In tho neck," said Senior Alley,
blandly. Arkuusjw Travclor.
It Is said that good whlskv can be bought
In eastern Tcunesseo for fifty cents a gal
lon, but that's all moonshine. Chicago lrlu
uno. "Castou define profanity, Katlel" Ka
0 "It's what is nUvujs used la putting up
Ir tho money burns In your pocket, my
nn. you will never bo ablo to lay up much
old cash. Puck.
.. . ....II ..-....I... .1. n . ,HH .. M.....I.
"I have been afflicted with bilious
ncssand constipation forfiftecn years
and first one and then another prep
aration was suggested to me and
tried, but to no purpose. A friend
recommended August Flower and
words cannot describe the admira
tion in which I hold it. It has given
me a new lease of life, which before
was a burden. Its good qualities
and wonderful mcritsshould bemade
known to everyoue sufferiug with
dyspepsia and biliousness." Jesse
Harkkk, Printer, Humboldt, Kas.8
Unlike tho Dutch Process
are used In tbo
W. UAKEIt & CO.'S
tchtrh i$ absolutely
pure and BoUtbtt
I tk itrtnyth ill Cocoa mUe 1
iwirli btarcb. Arruwrout or
'hucar. ntl U far more ceo
tiomlcal. casing teas than ono cent a eti.
It H itfllciou. nourUhlnp, and rAULY
Sold bf Grorrr nerjnhtr.
W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchcstervulnj
nW Treated frco.
wtdi Trf aUkl
t-usvj uanr UVf
i1 ! tsro.
lill. 'u. L tllaXM Causa, sikcUIUu. AtUcU. Va,
' BORE UICJ B J ffK "aMtTinrnE
1 DRILL BVCLL BEST UAGHIKERY
I ftnl TOOLS in V " wnr 4, )t-.ub! work anrd.
Cui.Jtfjr0e, UoMi A N1TUA.V, Tirru.oun.
sT ' a ! nl t sr a as sass1 snkAslaa
wlioharo wtk lantior Atb
Conamptlon, It bu cured
Ihauranilsi. ftbn not Injur
ed one. l.li nut bid to take,
nn vjii ouosn tynip.
boia evcrrvatM. .
N. K, D
iriirf WUITINO TO ADVEltTUailA Il.H.VflB
UUlkat 7a N the AdtcrtUnat I tkU
JltaJlng at so lav a yrirt ' J
. i v
Free to each aubteiitxr.
Wl '7"1 1
L' iL n it
( v ir3 5n ufw Woa
".W 4KIV'A'E1 " f.T
lot oecupjtoj nora iftt tbac tho
Int Ml.nlna; trill b loHrt4 tvt .W
Pf Jr, The ttrdlot f bms rTatavT
aura or imsU ktri Is (tut It H7
Ai ertto the brneds.
D. I.. DENWY.
Claremoro, Ind. Ter.
H Bith. raise.
J, O. HALti,
Vlnlln, Ind an Territory.
iiaiia-s on L'nrl ertrk.
a W rrwsnl fur tonrlo
tlon of then of lliesa
Vinlta, I. T.
Oroiicff tbs left etr,
nnjatblt In Tlfht.
Itsnte north and sssl
Ilorta brsadi O T
Poitofflcs VinlU, Ind, Ter.
1 y" BrsneakIrl4i
xsr mars, erp ts lalf
soa exsy aan aaoafo
Hid, a fc .& J.T.l
O. A. WILLIAMS,
Cooiljslllnir, I111I. Ter.
Boms bramirii x on
lfll ahnnliler on
I1" X on lilp. lianas
in ran creca. srum
'lulon, luil. Ter.
.(m hare bar from
Iwlnt ol tlahl hln honi.
nnurr 011 irui crop
Itanur nn Hominy
rrffk 0,airi nnilon
K11 eatt'e anlil oxcrit
mcli si S3
8. G. WILL8.
n! tn, Indian li-rrliory.
O on rn nip bonf 1
souis liata K773 nn Irfi
Ms SlatlSliiJ 0 rop
rtsrht snilkt. allow rork
I. It Kanceim Whli
Oak.a.rrn mllrs snnih
writ of Vinlta sira
rswaril for rmirlcilnn
ofth.ftor this brand.
Uro 10, M
W. II. NOBLES,
In tscn aar.
Chouteau, hid. Ter.
Clrclsonnck.ltr U oa rieht sldri lsfl
ililn O H ',1) or.arnroblml
tin Coa ob nfckiy oiialJasad hlpisorn;
braailad T f o on If ft al J lloras braail C II
sn If fl aliould.r or thigh Hsof on (.lioottsu
sod Prjor crtaka "
OEORGH "W. OLARK.
rostoOioe.Vinlta, Indian Territory'
Sraootb srea la
lafltar, split 14
Kanta a Prr
R. R, TAYI.OR,
Toitoflice- Vlnita, I. T.
Ian aar sad roa
sd mill la tba
( . .
boms cattlt la
Kanta oa Ia.
nil araaa, fa1
diIIm ss iMs
V. O. Vinlta, Ind. Ter.
A ln soma brandfd
undor sIotia tn
each earj range
I cin V.fUitfii,
UBi rlrer. t weir a
milss weat of Cbslaaa.
r O. ALLBIT,
Raart taS aba)
sssr the monUi
of Cow erssk,
sropoa of rUh
Pryor Creek, Ind. Ter.
Some steers branded
stripe aeross tbo nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop and splltsachear
Itango near I'ryor
tween U I f
rree k and
A. Mi. UI'AUUHI,
PoaiotTos) tvt Chelma, Indian Ter.
usee erP sw isn san
W. M?. MILLlB,
Viniu, I. T.
l I, era
" - 'firsTshWiTi'ssTtsassl-Iin
ansvM-, tssssss. win m 'I
aai 11 ., ii T.y ia.sortas"
P. B. SMITH,
I-enspsb, I, T,
r ' , sbbBB'HRM
Lo e til ikJimEMmf3IZ
t.ak, fenr '- -I ' J,.
a. v. Hoamts.
CUremor. Ind. Ter.
lar on isii
.t. r. EnWArtDg.
P. O. Ylnlls, Indian Territory.
. a Bits a
kraadid J D fa
klaa toras J oa
Ln Jaw, II aa
llt. K oa hip.
pnlT aaai earns
, trill psr m 00 rswsrd far eoarllllaa ear ad
pas sltallaf aa aalmsl la Ibis brand.
Chelsea, I. T.
Strips serosa IM
Ma Ik I Drop off tbt
rltkt, andaralops la
Ranrt four rnllfa
rrtat fCbsltsa. le-as
Four Mllo, 1. T.
tlaneeon rotrr Mil
K) mllrs southeast a
Cbe ops, Kan Mark
split In ritht far
Ilorae brand. I) on Iff
abeuldsr. No oatth
sold except for ship
Cholaea, Ind. Ter.
(ar-t Two split la
un.i risru 01
Otitis Swlteft. SJi
Itiolu, 1. T.
Some branded VI at
Ifft alda othrrs hsn
fX 3 on nt in ania
nt tar r'nbbfti nn.
iii.ioii in ruiii lianiti
I trn milt 1 loulli ol Clap
Klthrr l.lp. nanat
nn I ow Lrrek and
irki Crop right,
S. II MAYES,
I'ryor Creek, I. T.
8 w a I I 0 w .
biaml.d S A
and notrli un
Alao 7 hfsrt
nn If It side A
A few branded J VV E on tide
rryor Creek, I. T.
Rwsllorr fork and
umlrrhlt In rltl't ear.
unHfraioif in if 11
Ilange ou l'tjor
E. B. FRAYSER,
Vinlta, I. T.
on Ills; Cabin
onlr for ship
menl. 100 rrward
I a brand.
J. n. DARTLES,
llKltlOSVIlll', 1. r.
Ulr. I. T.
Otfrbll A nn
lrrblt in rlghtj
swi How fork A
un.l.rlilt In ths
If fl ear
ed) on the Irft
Ilsngf oi Pry.
Fair I anil, Ind. Ter.
and split la
west of Iliac
Jackal, lad Tar
W. P. RINOO,
Nownta, I. T.
Also Em on
bit l.fl i crop
and over- bll
Ilia cross P on
li..w. a.n..ur ,rT.H.i H.i lianeei llonb.
bit Id.'I, iiioullicriii lfll. " ,"'
Csllle sold only fur slilpment owata fb
JOUN8TOHH & KEELBR,
Unrtk-avillo. I. T.
HBImo the bar J
on ngni siue wuti
I out the croM Vtrl
unr old brtndt and eat
I marts litngeou the
O. L. WASHDOOnND,
F'liitliWMt City, Mo.
Smooth crop n eteli
ttr. iindfibll In right
lltngk ltnnnd Boring
Prtiru.a mites esit of
Ilnria brand' Q oa
If It Jaw tndlhlgh
tome tsttle branded
on left hip.
O T. lintMAN.CIifloim.Knn.
3t imiua ii
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
i.trxeit ttick In louilim Kimtt,
WOOD nnd METALIO COFFINI.
sm 1 linn
a. P. WILLIAMS,
iliiimi, I. T.
fork and un- -.4T.
derblt In una 2CTT--
rsr, oTf raiups jffrtjSj. 'W JsTft lfc Ja
In tho iilliar. NtV,ss'ari'ill
V2rcfi'sVi "ax '
Nearly all Hue r g it Horn lliI IUI j
Chicago and Alton
Only Stono Ballasted Trackl
NO CHANGE OF' CARS
Kansas City 1 Chicago,
Kansas City 1 St. Louis,
St. Louis and Chicago.
No Extra Clinrgo for Passage
Palace Reclining Chair Cars.
FAST VE8T.BULEJJJiIH.TED TRAINS
Atk your own home tlekrl went for JleaeU
Tlathf riiloieo A Allonrtlltotil.or write let
D. BOWES. Oen'l Wcttern J'Mtenger Agt.
Si! SiTih firTJ.'.lwaT. 91. Konla. Uo.
JAMKH CIlAllliTOK, flsneral PaMen ana
Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. M
Missouri, Kansas & Toxas
U tl e dlreet line Ihronth Central Ml"8"'';
SoDlhtsttern Kaetss and the Indian Jerrltorr
to Tetes. thence oa to deep water oa tne
Wis the nrtt rtllroad erer ball! lalaMhe In
dlsn TerrltorT tnd wss lbs flrst lo rrbss tha
bordar Into Tttss and path on threvgkthl
thrl.lnr towns of the atato lo asll wttfT The
KATY I alwtjt the llrat to gf I ont of IN old,
rata ami lmirof Its ftclllllrs for hsndlln
iistatnrsrs and Irclght. Aa the f arlr stlllfr
rnoffd from old log csblns to the morj enm
rortablf modrrnltfd liontn.iohitthe KATir'
sdTsnrtd tnd murrd lier pattingtri out oE
"OTagaor XtUaoo aiooplug Ceixsti
Finest elrf ping car smlee In the world.
Annthfr sd.snfi. la thf Intrndoctlonflr the-i
AWHIICIX IJtrilFK CiiP1.NT to do the ei
iirras bnalnia. uf Ihla cumiisny rhn anoTa
fi.r eoniiiany cotfre Mnia from the Allan,
tlo 10 the Qof,snd none Maude lilghst than II.
THE KATY REACHES
Prom Hannibal, abnte St. Iinls and Ksnaai
Ultr. lo llouaton, Tetss, the l.aad of tide
wstsr, orer Its onrslla, and psttstlhmagai
Otalioa, fihirmtn, Ilallsa, t'l. Worth,
Uttakalchlr, lllll.boro, trtro.lfntplN
C.lloti, Tailor, (lalaailllr, llrarlflta.
Baatrop, I.otlhirl.saa Xareos, La
Uraagt, lloaatoa tsJ Oalrtateia
Rant Ihrongh gAIT AITTOXTIO
Blf rjitra iv
And aff.irds comforts tnd eonTsnltncet lolls,
Iiatroua uncinslrd bT any other Southwtltara
,1ns. Any preons wishing to Ull
BT. I.0U1S, CniCAflO, KASHAS CITT, IIAXX IDAl,
or thiiroilacll Idalnt and pralrlfs of HIS-
aoi'ui, ntsts aso tub ismax tiuuitout,,
sboatd by sll nissnt take tbe
liliooo-uri, Kariortn Ct Taaaa Ily
As It Is the most dlreet.beit eqalppe.1 and may
THBOUCH WAQNER SLEEPERStoall,
eonnrcllon It made In Union Depott for all
iiolntt North, f.alt and Weat.
Froo Roollntns Chair Cars
On all Ihrongh tralna Por fnrltier Infjrma.
Hon as lo rales, roalrs, maps, lime tsble,
aletingcsr rrafrrallons, etc., call onprao.
drrsa your nearest ticket age ut, or
C. P. RECTOR,
drn'l Tlrkrt Act.
Ksn.aa A Ind Tit ,
Oen'l Psaa. ft Tlfket
Agt. l . K AT IIT
Solid Through Train
"" Kansas Gify CWcagOi
Si. Joseph, Denver,
Sf. Paul and Minneapolis
... , - with
Vislibnlrd Irawliie Itonin SUfplog Cars,
Kecllnlne t la air Cars (ta Prnn).
I inrougii cioepinsT uara rrorn
TEXAS PblNTS via HANNIBAL to.
Via Missouri. Kansas & Trias Hallway end?
Chicago, llurllngton 4. qulncy It. It.
Only Ono Change of Cara to
ss-TKE ATLANTIC COA8T-
AND CASTERH POINTS.
n Tralna Dally DetMeen ST. LOUIS, ST. M
A CAUL and MIHMEAPOI.13. L
Slaeplnu Car 8t. Louis to Orrahe.
D. O. IVES, H. C. ORR,
Of n. Piaa. A T1.L A'gt. Ass. Oca Pass. A'g
ST. LOUIS, MO. KAN. CITY, MO
KANSAS OITY, 0
Omaha, Pueblo & Donvor,
rnltaia Boit Blnplij Can atl rr1
OLINIKO OHAIQ OARS
T. LOUIS AND WICHITA.
H. O. TOWNSKND,
Seaeral rueoger I .
and Tftktl Ageu J . BT. LOUIS, Mke
A. D. CUBINE,
Uaanfaeturer of and dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Doca all kinds of boot h
ekoo work, ciinranleolng a M
and satidfacuon la ererr ry
spoct. l'nrtles tlosirJag wwk
can sciid tholr names nni 4
dreHSOH Atitl will rotelve a elre;
lar Kiting full direction haw Ui
iuastart) Hit foot.
J, W, CUKIXK, r.rWM, u ikM,
MtiilM bo ftr TMrt a4 U liu Ms
Ur MUtfuctlM la toe bt iiMtm tow