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HERE TO STAY
Hread, Pice, Cak, Confections, and cvcrytliinp else f'.tinrl in
a tlrlcliisH liakrTw Free rlelivrry to nil parts of the city
"in for i-uatoin,
GEORG-E FRASHER :-: I rop.
Manufacturers' Agent for Heavy
Jlnn-fntiiij: nmchinery, traction, an onmtir ami (.lain enini'H
ail kinds of boiler-), e ittoti gui-a ! pre.., ku.Mi.hi ft., el
atur,, lino Hluiltd, pulley?, l.-ltHj:. nnd ptiiytie tit iiw, b:nd
em, ell-r..ki, drop,iviM, mo .dm, tliK.Hi. r. Inv preMos
i e, etc., it..
I'or Ir-tt lurnniiU, ajn'o or iloiilrtp, Impute, surrli!" nud Imrkn.
drivers llnrui mid uiiiles xolil ou coiiiinliniliiti.
South of vV hittinacton's Brick, Caddo St.
I'lrM liim in rvrv pnrilrulnr.
Ilirniiilinut. Trnii. iil.lMi pr
f-.'l.Vl por week tiny lioiinl-
City . Livery . Stable.
If yon wnnl .. nin-M luriuitil lo 1m hml In Uilinmp. don'i
orft In Cliv vtnlili.. Snw Imiricli'K. CHirinjio Mid un
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l ml. Mori.i'1 bifinli'd by lln dnv or tlio iikuhIi. It it.'U'UH
hiiiI pvtiitigiin, uaiitlrrrcil lo nml Irtiin any pnrl of tho i:lly.
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I Imvo leitunl tliu above lioiw.
lioiti!.l 'J'ttbln not mirpHs.utJ
G. W. WILHELM, Proprietor.
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lay Iu racn month
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All arn ordLallr lntltt
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I o'clock Huiiday hchoo! at In a III. (Jtin)i
rctlr Kliday ivmlnK at H n'elock. I
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n trli month. VliUlnK orrrcU'ini lrllil n
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Free Reclining Chair Cars
St. Louis, Kansas Cit.)
Jinking cloje connection with fust trains o
Kaitern and turthrra llnea for
Now York, Boston, Philadelphia
Buffalo, Montroal and St. Paul.
nia Katr" now runs to Pt. Louis over Its
own rnils. Ami is tho only continuous line
from Hoop Avntor to
St. Loula, Kansas City and HnnnlbaJ.
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V Tail. AarvJut.
D -rlnc PresMent Arthur's term he
th Robert Lincoln tod othar uv
bers of ht-s cabinet, took a irip through
ib, South tad iVnt Abn am IJn
. .Id itm bora tn Ltrae count) in-td-fer.
sol a farmer Itving near his
LirikpUe, knowd a "dele Uol
Uaja, euoeeived tbe idea of cu tlntr a
fane on tbe old Lincoln place and
,rccntin? it to Mr. Lincoln. With
g'eat labor he prepared a atxech, and
practiced it dally. Just before star"
? fir Louisville be wrspped the
ca m-cript around tbe cane, and tii-o
it Trtih twine. When the preUrn:'s
r-,y arrived, Uncle Itob, adzing
h. opportunity began In a loud
Tilce: "Mr. Ltneola " Startled,
tli iooVd np "Mr. Lincoln Dtnr
ir 1 rare the hinor as an humb.e
representative of Lame county iu
the great wmmoaH eallh of Kentucky
fie birthpla.-e of roar llluitr-'.us
father lo present to yon thia cane
not lor it intr.nalc worth but at a
memento of that great and yoo J man
-li.c name it dear to atL Mr.
I Lincoln, in preaentln; thlacane ab-
ah Mr. Lincoln in patenting tblt
! rant-1 aiy Mr. Lin o n. in rcsjilt-
mi Ihia cane In tain he tried to
recall what came next, thn. with a
tndden return to bit ordinary roice.
and in a tone Indicative of the (Treat
t kindneat and consideration: "Mr.
Lincoln. I reckon you are tired, and
the rest of tbe apeech It wrapped
around the head of that cane."
THEY DEFY ALL DANGER.
Uarlaa Ka(lanra Do Not Alirayt II
rilrr Jot 1'raltc
The marine engineers of the lake
!o not alwayft (fat the praise that U ,
due thrm. If a ateamcr It in dialreia i
it require careful judgment on the 1
nnrt of both captaLt and engineer,
ind at great bravery as lias orer been
rttursaed-on any watort of the world
hat lcen exhibited by eng'r.eert on
ako craft With a clear head thjy
liaro stood at their pott, uud'whrn
Ihe vessel ln gone down the on-fin er
haa stood to hit pott of dutv and per
Ished. Tlw ehitif engineer i.t ruiji.iru.
to ast n rigid examination under tht
United States lawa It Ultca him
long yoara of careful study
to get ihlcf engineer's piper, and
rvhen they arc In his potM'ttlon tho
narr a ineaolnz to him that pninpttn
devotion to duty and induces him to
brave any danger. Whon it looked nt
If there would bo wr between the
United States and Chili, there wat a
eonvcntlon of marine engineers in
Washington c ty. A d. leiNition
from the convent on waltel upon liie
tecretary ot war with Inttrimtlons to
tender him the services of evor man
in tho convention. Every one of them
was willing to risk his life for his
country. The United State can de
pend upon that noble class of men
tho marine eugitieers in time of war
riir'a Jlnre Ktrltrinrnt Than Van 1.
Itlillos t, Ilrlltn..
Many people hiv nn Idea that to
rid a bui-lonx li.onno s tliocvnv-boy's
lulight, but tlmy're badiy mistaken.
There's no fun !n It wimn a thor
oughbred rears and prancus thcro's n
jjr in It, and I rather like to Imvo one
do it if I am riding, llitt when n
bronco buck, and jumps Into llu nit
nnd comet down Mltf legged, with hit
feet plnntod loether. tnat jir every
bone in the rhler'.t holy, ,p clll.
the b'ekbone, nud la apt lo malie hiiu
feel pretty sick in short order.
My Hnit exprleuce With n buck
ing bronco cured me of the lVa that
there wat fun in It I hnd henrd that
the cowboy always locks his apura
under the bronco'a blly nt suoh times,
tnd so I did the same. Well, the spurs
went through the horse-hair chinch,
and the bronco kept bucking so lonj
as they sUi I there. I couldn't get
thorn out till two men came to help
The proper thing to do when a brott -
co buck is to keep your aonra way
from him, balance yourself forward
or backward in the saddle, noeordlng
lo tne way he jiimns, au l grip Mm I
well between your knees Yoi have j
to let him buck till he eels tird o, H
j or fliidi out ho can't get you oil. I
just for fun.
-urnp,0 a.or-l say. Willie. If
you tiMi h million dollars what would
vou do with It? Willie Werk-Huy a
J I "'I"'6-,
Maude -There Is one thtrif- UdlU
34 " "r "bout her Dance. Ue belonet
-...nuuirn lomuy. urace-In I
What is his name? Maud-
"Is your bu-iness good?" asked th
burglar of the counterfeiter. "Ool?1
repeated tbe ountorfelter. "Well I
I should say it was. I have been just
j coining motey."
I Tommy's Mamma So Johnnv grab
I bed your apple, ,1J he? Tho naughts
! rl why didu't you grab it from
t him? Tommy, In tears f did. J
Kraiineu it from him first
ConundrumWhat's the dlfferenes
Anawar iim one nos clawses at
end of IU pawses; the other
pauses at the end of Its clauses.
Hunker-Pretty hot yesterday,
wasn't It? Hill not Is no came foi
it My wife put a pickerel In a soup
tnreen and he perspired so much h
was swimming around loslde of tblr-
"Y-a-a a," said yenna; Mr. Qlltralt "1
ang fob them. They didn't seem to
cro foh popular music, though."
"Liked aomothlng with more depth Ui
It, eh?" "Y-a-a a That's what titer
did. 8o I gavo It, to them." "What
did you alngT "Down In tho
t Think of it, lots Iu tliu Feriitlalo Ad
dl,,0 nu,0,,f'' t,,Q vonlnro from $26 tt.
$100. oce half page ad. It
tKT A 0003
A CAD PREDICAMENT.
T lr Sr.rprlied thj twrni M
A.l.rp on rartor Pf.
A rerjr amn.lnp ttor la told cod
cerninp a prominent youny Loaiv
rlilo o letjr tnan mho rL'ltcd Chinago
Jnrluc the vrorld'a fair. lie traa
bca-dln; at the home of relatlrei
while there, and. a iarjfe crowd came
flockinfr la darlnjr the lat week, he
vfaa t acconmodatlnfr at to pWe'-ap
hit room and deep on a ofa in the
One mornlo'he oreralept himself,
nd, at hit door was unlocked, what
tritt hit aurpriae to And three petty
Loutarllle jounf women enter the
rooji II had preence of mind
rmiu; h to roll nndrr llie ofs, and
b-ick into a dark corner, beforo they
threrr o,.en tne ahntter. Uut, al
fiau;hha had tucked btmaolt away,
he had neglected to hide hla clothe,
ah ch were thrown actow a rooklnjf
chair. The fflrU mw the olothln?.
but. belieTinf tbey had baen left
here accldantally by tha lady of the1
house, thought nothing about them
and began a lively euat ab-ont th
matters of the day.
The young man did not mind h!a
ImerUonment at first, but grew rtr.r
nervous as the mlnutei gradnatlv
leugtbened Into hours. lie alooJ tt
for two hours, but at last grew ex.
asperated that he thomo'd upon tha
floor, and meekly pat his head out
'rom under the sofa and asked the
young women to lotre him until b
put on his clo nes. It is neediest to
tsy that their embarrassment was
great, and that none of them turn-tktif-u
it while In Chicago, but, at tlte
young inao has since recovered from
the shock, he 1ns been unable to re
lira n himielf from tolling a few
friend of his awkward predicament.
NOT A STRANGER.
III. roatnrra Uarc rinltl t t tha Loop- 1
u.Trrlnc Dunk Clerk.
"I t'ioe I'll have to go and get!
somebody to identify me beforo you'll
rath this cheik." said tbn man at the
bsnk cashier's window, dolefulls, !
"Hnd I'm a stranger iu this town.
There ain't a ul hero that know."
' Vottr name."rep'ied the ca hler.
after a momenta inspection of bis
ra'i-r. "is Ambrose Haybenslaw. "
'That's riglitl" exclaimed the other
In aurprln. "Iloir do yoa know ray '
"You were cured of nervous c.xhant
t'.on and kid ei ili.teaie of elevoo
rears' standing." waa the roily, "br
taking fourteen bottlraof Itlankham'a
Sarsaparilla, prl'-e 51 a Mule solJ
tr all drnltta none genuine with
out the name of tho manufacturer In
raised letters on the bottle," oo illnne I
the cashier, raising h,a voice nnd
apeaklnjj with giwlng Irritation,
"and a cure gnsrnntcVd In all case
where taken according to directions
or munev cheerfully refunded hand
over your check and lie qulclt about it, !
150, all right, hern's your mone.r, ami
I'll give you 810 more ifflyou'll Hnd
soma wav to get the rmblUliera of the
Advocate of (InspiM Liberty that I've,
licen Inking for tha last twntv-tlr.;
jvm . v rnnuiiir your portrait n jtallsn urbanity, and. n'most rhok
their advcrtls ny columns. I ve seen iU niiddon wrath, ho gas.-ed
it. everv we k for ixtecn months iimI out: ".fiit o,.' tn n.1.,1, i a...j
. . . . -!-., . .. .
. m uri-n in imam ot it nun il you
imveu t nny zurluer butucst you can
take your money and go; go:d after-
noou!" i i,r miui ttio. oir
Kti.ai tha r . A prominent I'nglialiiuaa. Ird P.,
Alnwyer tells a alorv of how he got "nd n Vovorbiai hater of Amorca
even with a preacher." It was on the Amerlcna its . dining lately in
occaMon of his sec jnd marriage After, "ri" ,r,th lb Hd,,!' mlnUter. und
concluding the ccremon tho minister ?.ext lo '''J1 " lU.ft.t,Hblw " n,,u1
to .It advantage ol t!io privilege a.. ,,1M, n boiI' ' ' ho eon
forded blm hv custom of Itl-s-n? the vor9Btloa ntfl drifted to u dlc tssion
bride. While si cn-rajed the lawyer of tM,,Z American. It ie nwdlos
suddenly imprinted a re.oundin k a, I V? w,)' tl,alt''or1 V mn M,rn8 lret,-v
on thrt cheek of the minl-ter'a wife.
who wnsstandlng ImmddUtely bohlnd
the wedding partr- The ladv was In
dignant and the minister .inked for
an explanation. Cooliy enough, and
tn a few word the Uwyer express I
I the opinion that it whs ii nn, rni
' that woutdu't work both ways, and
he h id ns muoh right to k ss the
prrncher's wife as tho furmer had to
k.ss the brde.
Nature's llulttir I'xeinry.
Test dlggors at Cavendish, Plnd
more, Ireland, bavo made a remarka
ble discovery. Atn depth of ticarls
twonly-nve feet they have unear bed
a stratnm of what ni n.i , .n
. butter. The "vein ' v.ries .,, tl
0Css from one to aereu i.iche. and i
mU to bo of th, consistency of "
,oon b" Oeologlsts who have
visited tho localltr of this wonderful
find aav that it ia simnlv a larr
m neral wax. bnt the ivnrlim.n .nil
dec are that "iudade, it s a bo of
butlar." Ii the stratum proves to be j
extensive It will probabl v be utilized !
in the manufacture of soaps and
A wrltcrof tho day giver au amusing
Illustration of the rellglousonthuslasra j
of the Husslans, and their desire to ex
tend the knowledge of fru.h. The1
anthoritioa every now and then makr
au exoursion into Siberia and brimr
. "ul.ts whom th
proceon to baptize In spite of their
loudly-expressed dlescnt. After bap
titlng them they say to them: "Now,
you dogs, you arc Christians, and yon
can go and pray to your nasty gods aa
muoh as you wish, and thauk them
that you arc Chrlstlonv"
Dab's near people llbbln' tn d
houso 'cross do road Turn you."
'Deed dey is. An' day's quality
"How kin yob. tell?"
"Case doy bab do slgus. Dey
hows doy hnb 'tddoretton foh dey'ro
"Doy don' look te chickens up la
4o wood shed. "
Suhsorilio fjr the Ardiuutvito
WA9 A HUlCULAn PEPSON.
An I nJIUli lllilnu WIio rt n .r. in
rh Orlclnat HK'ii.t'e
A curious case wi dicui3.i In an
bnsilsh court recontly, eaya too
Jcvrelon' Weekly. It Throlved u
, qucMtion whether Intentlouatrdvoou
Hon wa practiced In libeller a
' waVuh and chain a "Gold Watch aod
' Chain." The obvlou Bieantoif of
tl.o wordlrtr, arid one to Which uo
J eacopllou can "1 koa. irai that
both tho article wor of RiM' A
clergyman pug the atore (n the
' wlcukvr of rhtch they rere dliplaycd
. iw tha slja: KJold VVatch and
Chain. price t,lla,Cd" (ubOutj7.6 ).
Contldorintf tho baVpaln uncommonly
clivap, be opened orerturet for a
purvlia. Utoro, howover, putting
upon it the final clinch, ho demanded
; written guarantee that tho quality
of both watch and chain was oxactly
ropnjxjnted. Thtust Into an uly
1 Pitlon tho dealer was forcod to
. couloan that the !rn i rJareiaoloiry
was deceptive; tho chain was not
gold. Tho admission in thfs Instance
was frank. The Indignant clergy
man made tome strongly perti
nent remarks. Angered at being
entrapped und remoustratod with,
tho atoro-kecper threatened to eject
his Inquisitor. Hut he made a aad
oiror In enraging the clerfcal cut.
mnr, who, it appoars, had pasecd tlii
unirorslty with flying colors aa a
"Look here." said the old gymnnt
"I don't wiint to tHke advantage of
you. but If you lay a linger on mo I'll
trim' you round the ahop. You may
take fomo persons to bs old womon,
but yon uro In tho wrong box this
Ftirthor tho would-bo c'octor did
not vnnturo. A pollco-.nnn was sum
umnDi! aud tbn dca.or arrested. The
magUtrato llntd him. nftor wbloh ho
I'liurtcJ his way home, a aaddor aud
it much wiser man.
ALL FOR NOTHING.
t tf tho lji.ly Had lli-r I'uraa STht Mora
j Ci0 rt Mi. tVint.
An English lady, walking down tho
Lung 'Arno In Florence missed her
pumo. 'Ihe auspiuiotts moiemonVs
of a man In front made her botd y
demand the stvleu property. Too
Rinarod to refuse tho thief hando'l
oter the purse. Indignant at s':rh
broad -duy robbery, tho lady atoppod
an olt-gnntly dressed gentl man and,
in excited tones, began to nour out"
her grlovance. Merely waiting to
hoar "thnt man xtolo my puo," the
gallant Italian rushed after- thi
thief, who promptly took to his
heels. Thoy hnd a good run before
tho thief could dodge his pursuer. The
sun of a summer day did not help
tbe polite Florentine to keep cool;
to, red-faend nnd out of broath, ho
turned back to meet tho Kngllsh
laly with profuse apologies. "Mad
ntn. I am very, wry sorry. I did my
best, but your purso s gone." "Mb,
no!" she roplinil, sweetly, "I havo
my ptiioo. I got. it back from tho
man." " iot your pnrio Vmck' l'or
Kucco' What did you waot. then "
Want' Win-. I want justice." It
X.1l lOn tnlliltl AC0I1 fit. k.nn,kl.l
I I " . "- CH""' "Ill
have run mv elf into a
"-." reraarn aooui corns
Americans ue nnd met and tome
' Yankee customs he nbhorrod. "Wtty,
djc know." be continued with nn
almoat unpardonable want ol tact,
that at Homo of the places I dinod
In America I saw peoplo eat with
their knivns and spill their soup on
tho tablecloth? ' Miss X. was thor
oughly provoked by this time, ani
'ie replied with apparent unconcornt
"What poor letters ol introduction
you must have had, my lord. " There
was no m re nnpleaiant talk about
America that evening. Warner's
"ro?' a fixture of spirit nnd
I T,alcr' J ced from Admiral
I VT' i? 1(ll"nEu'" Brltl.h
' ""oft ',0 a,w Rrosram
f?at "("d w?fs """i'Old Urog- by
' h 8 Bal orr Introduced vthe ration
"iu "t tare.
and tbu mixture at ones received hla
Did you hear about young D'Art,
the china palntor?''
No; what is it?"
"He has been served liko bis own
"Hour is that?"
"His wife's father firod blm."
A llr-lhrr'a Th.ory.
Llttlo Dot -Isn't papa rich?
Little Dick Yes.evory body says so.
Littlo Dot Tbon why does ho say
he wants me to li-arn how to earn
my own mm wuen I grow up?
Littlo Dick So some one w
marry you, I guess.
An Cn.spFvt.nt rl.uoia
Misa Wlnslow I'm very glad you
called. Mr. Walker.
Mr. Walker Oh. thanks, aw.qlly.
Mies Vinslow, more enthuslas
ticallyyeii j Bm b0 deligbted'to
have teen that beautiful dog of your,
I don't believe that aunt, of mine
knows she has a moustache," nltlo
qulzed young Spoonemore. "and it'a
been right under her not for the
last twenty-five years."