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rilK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL MONDAY, SHPTEMHKll 2, 180,.
ANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
' I'urtimontb Hills
I'p to ll.ito
CI? Mlliursota ArenUtx
Meais served nl all
thing llrl-cla Try
our n cent dinners
nrtnemlicr there l
tin Keeley Institute
In l(nnal CM, "Mo
llrnnni of Cheap
D. M. BYE
nor. Voir lodge llultillng,
Kntisiis ( lly, .Mo.
George M. Hughes,
fostico cl foe Peace,
New Number. WeitTi
44U Minnesota Are.
$10 A '-HoliC1' 1'"vl,ur
Portsmouth Investment Co.,
M. I'OHTsMOtM II lit. IHI.
iTIItlr n nj.
John T. Sims
liistlco of tlio
I 'cm p
All business carefully
ami promptly at
Oillce In the Welsh
Mock, rnttrtli nml
lrltit Ins; Cotnimtir,
At II Minn. Are.
Itio luinnnf this Arm
I i iruarnnteeof tlrt
cUsswork anil prices
conlstcnt with suno
' "Hie proof of the pml
ding Is In tlio eating "
Tho Journal office has been
removed lrom tho Chamber
ot Commerce to the ilrst door I
I of the Columbia Building at f
A Sixth streot and iNIinnesota
i avenue- I
WILL CAUSE DEATH.
JOHN MllSdX rATAI.l.V STAHHIU) ItV
MUX OI.I DUItl.NC A 1 IOI IT.
PREPARING TO OPEN SCHOOLS.
rno'.i cnrio.Ns to iji: m jun auainsi
UMti.i.isi i:iti:i nituunibrs.
Chrlstilll I.tlll(Mor louirlitlon I"nftctl
llllllilllli; 1111 )m rln ill CroKsliii; Aliiy
l.ri t a Illoiiiiiiu nt Oliver
J t utrno Mi rtlni; I uhor 1uy
John Nilon, :S jcats ot age, nml a rc-I-rttnt
of lolcrs How, a. p.ut of tho
' Patch, ' wis blablicd b .Mov. Nolil nt 1
o clock estenla .itternoon Ho 5ustnlneil
voiinUs that aio belIeoil lo be fatal. IIb
was remov ed to Hcthan hospltul In the
police r:x:rol wason, where JJri. llarrbon
ami Sttmen attcmleil him.
An eamin itlon hhoweil that tho man
liail bnn blabbed tnlcx, one wound belim
just aboo the right hip at the Mill-, and
the second one bLiiiR In tho back neir tho
thighs An opi ration was peuoimed, and
ll was founil that tho wound pLiietr.itLd
the mms Intistlncs After tho opttation
the m in upium.d llfelos, and at a late
hour he as In a critk il condition.
The lluht in which olfcou wa subbed
occurred on tho sidewalk In fiont of Jso 7
.Noith James stici t '1 ho police imestl
frtlcil the alTali, and found twit It wa-. the
lesult of diuiikeniioss lSoNon and a. tom-
pinlon, an old soldier, were stnnilini; on
the sidewilk, when Mo Nold, uooinpiui
icd bj a triend, appro ichtd Isold beirin
miiKiiiK lUfcuuuiK itmarKs cuiiciiiuni; me
old soldlfr Nelhon resented this, and hlm
telf took a hand In the aftalr, and, acceiid
Iiib to the steirj told b Nold, mido a past,
old then attacked Nelson with a knife,
with the result above stated.
The light drew a croud, and Otllcer
Scales wis .unacted Jli 'aw Nold lim
ning, and, antlclpatlnc; his ittempt to get
to thu state line, stnrtnl In pursuit Act
ing bergeant Jllchaid Wilson who wan at
police station No. -', a block and a hilf
iitt.ij also enteretl into the i.ui. Ie hiit
ctoded In catclilug the lleelng man mai
the stato lino. Tho ciptuiod mm was
taken to station No. 2, wheiu he was
Nold is well known b tho police, liming
sorvt-d a entinco of four and out -half
jcirs In the Kunsub state penltentl ir) for
highway robben. lllb oilglnal heiiicnce
was ten iars, but liu succtcdeil In eciui
iug a pnrdon after serving four and one
half j ears.
piti.i'AitiNt; lint school.
1M11 Opin nn Sipti inber II 'With s,..r.,
NlM If l ItlllllCH.
The mnnthlj cit te iclieiV Institute will
bo hell at tin high school building on Sep
tember 7, nt 9 JO a. in ilei teacher em
plojed In tho ltj m houln is epecud to
be- pieseut at the meeting An liuui sling
jirogi.imiue, eonsistlii,j ol music aid edu
cational toplcs.wlll be r ndeitd, after which
tho assignment of teacher will take place
The bdioola will open on ilondij, iHp.
tember U, and owing to the crowded con
dition list jf.ir, additional teachers have
la en employed, beveial t hanges In tut
books liavo been nude. The) aio us fol
The American ssstera of vertical wilting
will bo used Instead of tho Kpcnctrlati,
vv'hitnev's iluslo Headers- at an even c
i hango to pupils loi iiiuMo iculer ill use
list mi, lgglcstou's 1'lii.t Jluok lu Amer
Kan lllstor will be umii In i'lve 11 Instead
of Uutlis' Priiunn, live A pupils will
iompletu Haines- Pilmaiv Itisloij, H 11
pupils will use rivets nml Cieepira Instead
of Plfth readeij Ms. A pupils i an even .
change l'llth tender for "Hoofs and
In tho high school, pupils beginning gen
eral history, ihetorlo and phjslts will buv
Meju's Oineial History, Outing's Ithei
orlo and Uage's PilnlPle of Phjslcs.
These mo all tlm cli inges In the text
book-, Hook do.lleis will glvo the list of
books for i-ach eiado to thoso who wish
to purchase befoiti school
I.. I. U UANKh, Superintendent.
Pupils who have not been classllled In
the Knnsas Cltj, Kas , hlh schoql, and
who wibh to cntir this fall, will report at
high school building n, xt Tliurbdav or
l'rldav at 10 o'eloik. when Principal iiose
will classlf) them.
Jli Couriio of ( iiiatruitlnu by tlm Union
lornilii tlln it) tump wi).
The Vnlon j.ei..ifual Hallway Company
lias begun the work of loitstiuttlng the
overhead ciosslng on Its line In this city,
where It dosses the Union 1'aellio an 1 .Mis.
souri Padtlc toads, 'I lit) structure tuns
from Central avenue, neir the end of the
bridge of the IJluvatcd road, uud extends
for a i orrtspondlug distance on tne other
Rlilf. of thn trucks.
'ihe companies had a lengthy and bitter!
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Men Always Advertise.
WIIATH the renon
Unsaid with a sl-tle,
1 hst mill lookt lieator
11 4 drill ettj-, lt
K?n I1I4 liumlry done
Menu I ntmttry.
"I he greit 111 to 1 -Sll-rr
llookof the illy.
Ilr R KINO. Kiln-
9ii City, Kansas.
Absolutely frn (rom
partisan politic. Suit
pent pal I lor 21 rents
1 1 Irphotit. llrst 11A.
Successor to Knnsas t'ttr Planing Mill,
Sndi, DnciM, Mouldings, turning nml I'Utl-
Inc, Scroll nml llmul snn-liii;, stulr llullil-
lng, Hunk Counters, Ollltt' I Itturrs
illiil llitrdirootl H11I-.I1I111-. I sll-
mules prulnptlt ftirtiWIicel.
Oiiklnnd An., t or. 4tli St.. Kmnms City, Kns.
at Home in a
G, W. BETTS,
Justice 0! Ihc Peace,
Purchased of Us.
publicity If requested
Collections a si eclilty
BELLE VIEW 1
$125, $150, $200.
If rnuli, Imliinco 3
S. X. Simpson 4 Son,
Chnmtfr of Co'ii. Hlilg
Wynntlottn tins Co.,
fight over tho crossing nnd Its termination
was a compromise, In which neither party
gained nnv decided idvnntage The build
ing of thu Dtntctiiie will stop the through
business on the line for some week" As
soon as the crossing Is completed, throui,h
trains are to bo run from Independence to
Argentine over the line
Us i.Aiioits i:m)i:d.
The Clirlstliin I mlciivor Ciiiivcntlou Is Now
ii 1 Mug of tho Pint.
The fifth nnmnl convention ot the Young
People's Socle t ot Christian Undeavor, ot
the Second district of Kansas, Is now a
thing ot the past. A successful convention
ot thiee dii)s' session closed list evening
with services in tho rirst Pnsb)tcrlan
church, which were attended by an lm
menso number ot people At neatly all
of the churclu s no sei vices wero
hold Ihls was done to allow the congre
gitlons to intend tho union meeting at the
I'll at Presb) tcrtnn church under the utl
splci s of the Christian lhnleavoi delegates.
'iho piogr.imnio foi tho convention cs
terday was purely of a devotion il chaiae
tcr and It was carried out with enthusiasm
b the- large number of delegates present,
repiesentlng three, counties In Kans is.
At ii in o clock In the morning between 100
and ;i) )oung people gathered at the Sev
enth fatreet .Methodist llplscopil church,
where a brief praer service w.19 held.
Jlr. Ij Li Vartie), ot l.eave.ii'orth, led the
The delegatrs hold no meeting of their
own, other thin Hits, during the- forenoon,
allowing the visitors to attend regular
services lu the churchcj of the elt. A
union Christian Kndeavor pravor niietlng
wns held last evening at i. Id I hi- subject,
"Knthusl ism, and What It ill Accom
pll"h, ' was an Interesting topic, and pe
ctin illy appropri ito to the convention at
A. Kowbind Wa) had chaige ot tho serv
ice lleglnnlng at 7 ) p m , tbf best
meeting ot tho three da)s wis held, and
It was Indeed a Chilstlin Kndeivor meet
ing Ttu re were in tin neighborhood of
too Christ! in Kndcavoicrts, besides as many
inoie older church people, nnd visitors
present A pru)er and praise service led
by .S. i;. Johnson, of Leavenworth, was
the opening of the meeting
Jim. U J. SI) followed. He told of tho
good results of the elfoits being dnll)
made b) the bands ot )uung Chrlstl m
woikers ot this countr)
Vcsterdav being tho llrst Suntl i) of the
month, was regul ir consecration day with
the Chrlstl in iaidenvort rs, and the occa
sion was mado a memoi iblc one by the
yuung pi ople list evening "l'althlulness
to JJut)" wis the subject foi considera
tion and under tin i harge of Mr Clicks
Hlrch, of Kans is Clt), Mo, It was mado
an Ininii nselv mti testing topic
'Jhls moining tho eli legates who hnve
beiu In the ilt fot the p ist three da)s
will depart for thelt various homes.
DltlH.t.ISIS' riltN NOW.
IIiom! Not ItegUtertd Mill lie ltcinrtcl
rnr ( rlttiittiil I'tiim (iitiini.
The Ilo'ht madi b) the mimheis of the
)andotte Count) Medical So, lety agiliiHt
those poisons who hnve bci n lirictlcing
luidlciui without dlplnmns in this clt)
Will lit' lUIIIJnCU ll .1 llf,JIL Ul lliU llhni'l"!
iliugglsts ig.alnst those who are opctatlng
I'ug stons here without being itglsterect
A list of the registered pharmieists ot this
city has been lecelveil trom tin Mate see
ictaiv and a committee has bten appointed
among tho leal diugMsts to Investigate
It is said tint there ire three drug stores
In the Pit) bilng operate el bv pel sons who
are not reglslcied ditu'gists If this In
formation is Jound to bi coiiett the lacts
will be repot ted to the state sieictar) nnd
iiioieedings of a criminal untitle will be
Instituted ueilust the unieglstHied drug
gists unless thtv itilt business at once The
light illiieted ii) the ph) siclnns ig ilnst
those who bad no dlplouus hid tin ef
fect of driving the litter out ot business
Thev were afi ill of being prosecuted and
notllkd the count) attorney that the)
would quit The redistil nl phtimaclsts ale
positive Hint the) will be able to stop the
sale of dings b) uu othei than those who
.liiblli o loe d
TJn jubilee held during tho past week nt
tho I'lrst liiptlst church, colored, at the
corner of I'lfth and Nebraska avenue,
closed list evening The' Jubilee was held
because) tho congn gallon had Just Itnlshcd
the pit) mont of the church debt an I the
iiumben felt so good that th y wanted to
eelebrnte for a. week The) church Is about
the finest cnloied church In the clt), and
cost $s,u00 'Iheio were three services )ts
terd.i). J n tho mornint, llev J). I' HIv
i rs, pastm of the Mctiopollt in Hiptlst
hurch, delivered an eloquent sermon At
3 o'lloek a hcimuii was delivered lo Hen
il W oodle) This was followed b) the
ilesHcation of the chuuh b) the coloied
Mnsonli lodsts of the two Knnsas Clt
'lh Jubilee closed laht evening with a
song servlto and sermon b) Hov W, L
Mr llriiiigbt Accept).,
1J S. W Drought, who was elected cap.
lain of Veleian Compiii) 13 Kansas Na.
tlon il On ird, will not inter into active,
scrvleo as an olllcer of the compiny until
about Nnvembei 1 .Mr. Drought did not
accept the oillce when elected, owing to
pilvute business a ft. ill s, which, ho thought,
might Intel fern with Ills duties as cap.
tiln of the com, nun, but )esterda) iittn
iioou severil prominent members of the
compan) called upon him with un utgent
icqiiest that ho incept Aftel dlle ion
sldeiatlon, ilr. Drought decided to accept.
He will not, however, begin servile Im
mediate!, perhaps not for several months
lu tho meantime Uouten nit Oeorge .North
will act as captain.
lulled to Provide,
William Thomas was ai rested )isterdny
on a natiant Issued b) Police Judge I,e
laud on tho chaige of falling to provide
for his famlli .Mis, Thomas, wife of the
prisoner, called lit police headiiuaiters
about three weeks ago and caused tho
win.int to be Issued, ntte stated that her
luibaud was n large, able bodied man, but
refused to work. She claimed that she nnd
her chJldicm were almost 111 destitute cir
cumstances, Jlo was locked up at police
.station No, 1, nnd will lie given a heating
Tuesday morning lu the police, court,
doing to Iho 1 iiciiiiipiueiil,
The two stato mllltnry compmits of this
city. Companies U and A, will leave this
evening for Hmporla, to attend the state
encampment of the National (luards. Ihe)
will be aeeompanled b) the J'irst Regiment
baud of thirty pieces. The soldiers will
leave this evening over the Santu To Or.
ders have been Issued for all members to
report nl Hie nrmnry nl 7 M o'clock sharp,
prepared with blank Is ntul tit tisils ncccs.
snry for tho encampment.
fflt.1, (lo ACIIOss Till! MM'.
Jinny Ilp4lili.nl of riil. Illy Mill .Inln In
C rlrhMtlng t nlmr liny.
This l. t.abor eln), nml II will be observed
bv the lnborlng pople of this cllv Th"
Trades Assemblv. In conjunction with Ihe
lnlustrlnl Council of KnhstiH I'll), .Mo
will make It n great d i) All of the details
of the da) k pxerilscs have iilrea I b in
niinoumeil throueh the columns of the
Journil Here the dnv will b mil I. as
those desirous of cflohrntltiR will go to
Knnsns Cllv, Mo, nnd I'nlrinnunt park.
The pontiilflip will be cloed during the
ilny, except from S to ID o'clock a in The
delivery will nlno be ttirtnltcl At In
o'clock the merohntits, Imnkei nnd nil
biislneps men will idop theli plnces for
Ihe rest nt the dnv t'luler the nilsplces ot
the Trades Aseinbl vnrlous labor organ-li-ntlons
of this city will pnrtlclpile In the
mnmmoth street parnde In Kansas City
TO COilMI.MOIIAti: IIS -tAt.Olt.
rriipoiltliin to I rut n Jtniiiitiiriil to the
suth Hiiusns (nvulry,
The eleventh nnmint reunion of the Sixth
Knnsnn veternn volunlier cnvnlrv will be
held nt Otliwn, September .1, I nnd f. A
lnrite number of Veterans from this city
will ntlciul. s Compin) A of the reglm-nt
was enlisted from Wvntulottd county It
Is understood Hint plnns arc on foot to
erect n beautiful monument lu this elt)
In memory of tho ISIxth Kunsiis cnvnli)
The inntter will be- brought lli and settled
nt the tit tn wit nut tltiif. Sbnilld this clt)
get the monument It will In nil probablllt)
be erected lu Huron place.
HUAKIt I.I.Adlli: JIKKTIMI,
I, K, Ciiblilmiu Milt DrllTrr nn Address
Upon tho .Money jtirMliiii.
The Silver League will hold nil Interest
ing meeting this evening. Attornev I K
Ctibblsou will di liver i thlrt) minuted' u I
dress on the momy question, lie will nr
gue In favor of the limited coinage of the
white metal He Is In fnvor of Ihe eoln
nge ot American silver only While there
will be no debnte between him and Judge
King nnd Attornev Oettv on this subject,
some membci of the club will answer his
argument nnd show that the fiee nml un
limited colnnge of sliver Is the only thing
for this countr) to ndopt
Mill Celebrntn (lerioiiu Dnv.
The members of the Oermnn Society of
this cltv will hold n meeting the latter
part of the week and arrange for tho cele
bration of Oermnn el ty on October C The
sorlet) has hnd a flnltcrlng olTei to go to
Leavenworth on that dny and hold a picnic
nnd the Invitation maj be accepted A
Hpeclnl train on the Northwestern roa 1 will
be hired to carry the crowd.
Three C'nrs M rrrkeil.
freight Inln No 37 on the Missouri Pa
clllc ro id, while doing some work ne u the
Northwestern ciosslng, on Terse) street
late Saturda) night run Into an op"n
switch A ear loaded with h iv and two
empt) cats were wieeked The vvicklutr
crew cleared up the wreck )esteidu) moin.
Simpson '1 fillcril.
The Trade Aembl of this clt) held a
meeting )estertlay afternoon nnd made
arrangements to meet with the Industrltl
Council across tho line this morning before
the Labor parnde starts i:-Ci)i)gresnian
Jervv Simpson was present at the meeting,
nnd delivered an address.
Another ".Joint" Itulilrd.
Deputy Sheriffs Cummins nnd I'.ittcrson
raided the "Joint" it Hrown park late
haturel i) night and ciptured two tiar-tPiuler'-.
JJ J". Ciimpbill .mil John Hogla.
The prisoners were lodged In the county
jail and their stock of liquor and bn fixt
ure s taken to the jail ).ird.
1 or Kent.
Desirable ofllce rooms; also store room
In Chamber of Commi rce building, Kan
sas Clt). Kas Applv Alex ITndlay, agent,
6 Hunker building, Ivans is City, Mo
I'l UMJN.YI. M,V
State Labor Commissioner JJIld Is home
Mi and Mrs W W Atkln will return
Thursdny from a ten da)s" tilp through
Di Hpjijninln Jai obs spent yesterday
with his pureiits at Lavvienio
Miss Cora Houston will go to Onrnett
this morning to ipend a lotiple of weeks
Miss Hva .Smith and Miss Hnttle GUI of
Mount Veinon, 111, ne In the cltv visit
ing the famll) of J. L Wnllm, No 710 II ir.
D D Hughes went to Des Moines. la.,
)estirday, to attend the wcelillng of a rel
ative Olllcei W It Clark, who was accident il
1 shot in the le-g nbout a month ago, Is
able to be on dut) again,
The funeral of the late L J Scott took
place at -' o'clock )estenlav ifternoon
fiom the Centril Methodist llplscopil
chinch He v Chnnillcr, instor of the
cliuicli, preached the funeral sermon The
bod) wns followed to Its lest resting plmo
In U.ik Otovc cemi ter) b) a large niimbei
of friends and relatives or the deceased
Mr O S Horton, tho Kans is avinuo
grocer, who was badl) poisoned Situidi)
h) eating a horse chestnut, has almost
full) recovered and Is now out of danger
The Salvation Ami) will begin another
series of meeting In Shawneo p.iry to
nlUit. Justice Sims' criminal docket for to mor
row Includes six oi seven cases of minor
A number of Modern Woodmen from this
clt) will 1,0 to Law rente to-d.i) to attend
the annual logrolling at Hlsmaick giove
Laboi da) will be observed here gi ner ill)
to-dn) Most ot the business houses will
close nnd m in) men will participate lu
the pnride In Kan"iiK Clt), Mo
The polleo changed bents )estcrda), the
night and da) forces changing houis of
MTU Ilurke, Mini Kscupoil from tlm Unci;
ITIf, Jtccaptttrod by the. l'olleo nml
I oi Iced Up.
Will Burko was arrested yesterda) b)
niiicer Hubbard About two months ago
Ilurko vvas arrested on some minor chaige
and wab lined and sentenced to Jail b)
Police Judge) Kinc-art. lie was pi iced on
tho rock pile to work out tho line While
there he succeeded in breaking' his shack
les, and eainp.il I'ntll )estfrda) he kept
aw. -ij fmm Hit elt), but thinking the mat
ter hnd blow iv over, he ventund home )es
terelay, nnd was soon a fret captuied b)
tlio police. He will be tried In peillce couit
Til" W. It. C will glvo .a soclnl this
uvenlng nt tho home of .Mr, nml Mrs ll v
Lue-as on nub av.nue
The boird of education will meet this
evening In regular seMon Pinal arrangement!-
foi tin opening of the public school?
on .Monda), September 17. will bo nude
A part) of )oung people from this city
went to Jlonner bprlngs esteixlay to at
tend the Methodist campmee ting
Ch tries Cliuke. who nn, scverol) in
Jiirvd b) a fall while at work in tho Chi Is
tlan Union church recently, Is rapidly im
proving, The postolllcn will be closed ncarl) all
day tO'da). Labor da) Also the liuslnets
houteH will be inostl) cloted,
IMItof (,indre)'s new ottlee? building on
Strong avenue is completed, and will soon
be occupied b) the lU'imbllc,
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Rosedale by Eugene Miller, who will also
collect for the same at the reduced rate ot
10 cents . week und muko his collections
Miss Nellie Hurt, of the West end, was
pleaantl) surprised Saturday night b) a
number of her )oung frlen'ls. She will
leave n-nlglu for Chicago, Jli, where she
will attend tho unlveislt) at that place.
The Junior O U. A. 31, will meet to.mor
row night at MceOorge's hall.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tho II. E.
church will give an ice cream social to.
monovv night on Stine's lawn. City Ice
eitam will be Berved. All are invited to at
tend Dr Yellowstone and Dr, Steward, who nie
giving an open air comic show, besides sell
ing their Indian medicine, will be here one
week, or possiuiy longer.
Mr, and Mrs, Will Clay, of Kansas City,
Mo, were the guests of Mr, and Mrs.
Tho colored people of Hell's addition
gave one of the lluest festivals that has
ever been given In that addition. All va
rieties of refreshments were seived and a
good all around time was had. The) sold
out ever) thing The festival was given in
the A. M K church In that addition.
Mr. and Mrs. Meeks will give a dramatic
jntertdlnmeut at the Plymouth church to
morrow night Admission, 10 and lij cents.
All are Invited.
The public schools ot this city will open
FLAT BROKE AT 60,
JIAIIK nVAlNMir HllillMl MAN TO
Illdl.S 1111! Mtlltl.ll Al MIA I AOi:.
Hlory of it New orleerMbo llrriuiiilereil
lortiiup t.nlc III I If. A f t. r All,
(Inn U (Inly 11s Old ns lie
'1 Milks lie In.
Pioin llio New Yeirk Hun.
It wns .Mink Twain who tccriilly Kiivii
notice, In nn Interview which wits ptlnt
cil In tho Sun, Hint, nt the ago of GO, Ins
was nlioul lo Me't out on n lecturing totlr
iirouud tlu win hi for tin- ittiinic of
1 inning tlio anuitint lleetUel to pav the
debts IticMirttel by tin Unit In which lie
hail lni'ii n pititiiet T'lle' AtiiLilcitn
litiniorlnt liiKiin at oue'e1 to cnrij out his
plucky resolution, unit In lit this linn'
wending his way wt'stvviuil liver) boil)
must wish him tho best of success
Most men. upon rcnchlng the age of rid,
nro 11 pt to think that their nrtlvi eMtecf
must ceinic to nn ediil nud Hint thev must
1 fllre ft 4)111 coinix'tltliiH with the )oiinirer
getieiutluii Whntt'M'i mt) have1 bun
tlii'lt fiirttinp In llio world. It Is tegaril
oil ns llxeil. If Hliceeps hn.s crowned
thelf cffoits the') feel Hint lluv ato on
titled lo lest for the ri'iniilinlei of llioir
yenis, If they hne hail ioot luck, they
feel that It lie loo Into lo try foi bettor
Those of them who me oiikiikliI In husl
Hiss may not wltlidinvv from It, but, us
it rule, they elislte to tike things ensll)
Yut It Is not iiIwidh thus A man's luck
limy thuiigc for the belter nftoi ho Is CO
One enn llml men lu this clt) who
vvcli' f.illtltes In life up to the time the-)
1 cached the ago of M), und who then
licg-in to win the' success which thev
hnd never previously lie en able to nt
tuln Al CO n mnu linn lut tl 11 long term
of training and discipline, which he inn)
be- nhlf to tuitt to account fiom that
There Is a enso Illustrative of this
Htntiitncnt that will serve1 ns u Hiieclinen
of either lllustintlous of the kind which
might, bo given
The case Is Hint of a man who, live
)t.irs ago, hud reached the ngo nt which
Mark Twain !uih set out to earn tlio
amount of money he needs Neiilv half
.t ccntuiy ago, when )ot home )e.iis
tinder "0, ho wan a cleik lu a Third ave
nue business house; but, soon lifter
leaching his mnjoiltv, ho wan soleel
with a elcslie to Htiike out for himself,
and to gain the .nlvnntiigi' of the few
hundred dollirs which ho hid been able
to scrape toge'thei Ho hi cured a pait
iipi In a fellow elerk who hntl about the
same amount of cipltil, and the two
went to a Long Island town to which
they had been tecommeniled, rented n
little' store, put up n sign, I ild In n snuill
stock of gemds, and waited for custo
mcis Tho llrst vear was a bad one for
business, the competition of other stoics
nguinst the new tlrm was vciy close,
the s) stern of tiust -was In ogue, bills
vvi'ie haul to collect; the- business of the
place was not done after the New York
innnnct, there' seemed to lie tin insui
nioiintiible piejudlce ngalnst the Inti int
ers The to'iilm partnei got dlscotli
ngei!, but he determined to inn the store
for nt least another tnr, meanwhile te
duclng person 1 1 t'penses to the lowest
notch, and trvlng to sell at the cheap
est pi ices, and to please i'ver)bodv
Atrnln the e.ir was dull, and nt tho end
he olteted to s(i out to his partnet for
jlOOIncish 1U' would taki the amount,
hti a ticket to Nebraska settle In u
new town of which lie had he lid, Invest
his few dollnis in as minv 1 its ns they
would buy .it $10 or $12 i lot, open a
land oillce, boom tho pluee, speculate In
town lots, nnd st irt life In a v iting coun
ti) fiesh ,ih a Thlld avenue daisy
When he Icanieil, aftei he got Into
Nebiask.i, that lie- could lut) Kits In the
now town even cheaper and easier thin
he hnd expected, his piospects looktd
bilgiil He- sold several of them In the
(list month nt un nilvnnee lu price, ho
pioeured inoiPivlth tho proceeds of tho
111 st s.ilcs; he look up ti claim of l'.O
acies neat the town Things wpip going
piett) well, he foresaw a fortune as ,i
specillntot In Western lands and lots
he was not an enthusiast but a piactlcil
man of aff.ilis, vet he boomed Ihe place
for all It was woith He picked up scv
ci nl thousand dollars as he giew older,
was looked upon as a leading cltleu
Afti i .a few jrais his Hoointnvvn col
lapsed, ns plent) of other Nebraska
towns of the Kind hive collapsed situo
tint time The lallrmd had nut stiuck
It lots could not bo sold at an) price,
people began to move awny sommvlipii'
else, the- llqlioi shops vveio elnsi d the
boomeis hurried to another town that
hntl been 1 ild out on tin lino of the mil
roul, IiIh capital, whlili liml bi'i n put
Into corner lots dlsapi ttreil nc.irl) ail
of It. Thetc was no sb w for film there
Hut stin he hnd his qtuitoi section
of faiming; land near the town nnd be
thought he could scratch n living out
of that till times luipi 'Veil. He moved
Into his shunt) on tin f.uni, luoke up
some ncies of the land with the help
of n strnnded ilnik) put In seed coin,
ntul In the fall took In a crop, which hi'
had to sell at tho bujlng price, which
was away down Hut he got enough for
It to encourage him t break up more
land .and plnnt a lngr .aiea In corn,
the demand for which is sine- to in
cieasp Theie had been two )ons of
tob'table luck for lilm with haul work,
rough living and miinv ti)lng experi
ences The thlld )eni wns u year of
Nebi.aski hll7nils drouth, ;iasshop
ni'iH and the vvoist times evei known
Ho vve.it lierotl the pii through In his
shanty, though his Afio-Ameilcnn help
er hud gone olf to other pistmes
The fouitli year was inln nml despair.
Ho sold lilrt mule, his laini Implements
nnd the farm Use If for enough mime)
to get him out of the eountiy and t my
him to California, wheie lie would be
glad to get nil) kind of work at a dollar
a dny. At Suciumeiito lm got a place
In a stoio; he mso to bo bookkeeper,
and In the emu so of titno ho ncelved
un ofter of nn Inteiest in the concirn
Ho now eletei mined to sottle down tor
llfo In California llo took n trip to
Now Yoik to mury tho )ountr woman
to av hom ho hud been engaged befoie
he went West, und soon ho vvas hick In
Saoianiento with Ills wife
Ho was now between JO and 40 )eais
old Tho business prospered In time
his wife died, leaving two childien, both
of whom, whilo yet babes, followed het
to the remotPi) He could not stay in
the desolnto plnco, ho dtevv out of tho
Hi in tlio amount duo him, which, for
sundry rensnns, proved to be less than
he li.ul looked fot Ho went up to Ore
gon to get out of tlio world; ho becamo
an agent for nn Insuraneo company;
tho times weio bad, overytltlng was.
drifting, ho got n political olllco which
he held till tutnetl out when tho wrong
paity can led the election
Ho wits disheartened Ho tried nno
thins and another for year after year,
with nrylng success His fund ran
low, he was BO yeats old, Ho mado up
Ills mind to go back Hast nml see how
things looked tn New York, after nn ab
sence from It of moio than twenD-llvo
)earH. Ho would lm content In New
York with a place In .1 store for tho rest
of his life, ns gooel n place as lies held
In the Thlld iivciiuo stoio when lm wns
only 21, before he started out to mako
his way for himself
Hack In New Yoik when over CO, and
In a Broadway btoie ns a kind of man
of any work, to help out or keep things
In order. Very sei lceable unci faithful
he -was In his pluce. Tho becond )ear
he was promoted to oe a oooi.Keeper.
There he stn)eel for )e.irs, nml there
lie saved up neatly two thousand good
dollars befote ho vvas CO. A paitner In
the house died; he told tho head of the
concern that lie would like to put a lit
tle money Into it; no was taken into the
Tho new prospects put now life Into
him, even at his age. In thinking as tho
cais went along of the hopes in which
he had Indulgeel when he vvas 21, he
always regarded his llfo us a failure.
Hut now his mind changed with his
horizon. He hnd tho enterprise of )outh.
Ho eae all his expei lence, which was
large, to the llrm. He had got beyond
all tlctlons. He knew the country; ha
understood the wavs of mankind: he had
a uroctlcal education; his Jiead, w,tuj
level Tho litislneti of the lltm pms
Piled tnoio Ihnn ever Mi hnd an nn
milt Income running tip to tninv thou
satidH The senior tmittnr vvltlultevv
lrom Iho llun on nccoiint ot mhiinceil
iige, tho pxiigeiv.u Ian becinn the head
of the establishment, and, within tlvp
.vcttrs nfter he reiuhpel the nge of fill,
he gained n foitlllu1 grentei thin he hnd
thought of when he slultnl out In life
n a sloiekeipei In n lown on Long
Island, ki -liter than he had tin timed of
lu Nibi.iskn oi California, ot Oregon,
ot uny other teglon In which he hiul
striven for long )enis lo I'tntlf his rnr
ll wns but a few weeks ngo that ho
asked n few of his friends to meet him
on his CMIi bllthil.iv, and It was then
Hint he told Ihe slor) which Is help put
llo I stui nt llu held of Ihe business
house In which he got n Job ill CO uud
he occupies nn uptown munsloit, In
which he ha the uuupitulnuflhlp of bin
vntinger brothel, who hns n wife and
lie hns miule his fotlune since he wns
CO veins old, ami he looks as If he might
i njov It for yettts of the not centurv
lie nt It Unites his ticetil success to the
knowleelge nnd Ihe experience which he
gained In Ihe forti veins during which
his mind was ripening
3lr (ilndstoiie, the fotemosl living
Englishman hns done the gii.itest uud
best woik of his buv life within Ihe
quintet of a centlliv which his passed
over his Itpitil since he was CO )eats of
(AUOIIl ON I.A.MI.
This Is tlm I'rlff. I l.li Story or the
rrom the New Yoik Sun.
The te wns n time when the ciptute
of u plrkeiel weighing ovei six pounds
would not have nttraoteil unv gtcnt
amount of iittentlnii at Clieenwood lake
When rr.mk rem stir llshed tluie iiutl
wiote plenslng stories nbout the Wnr
vvlck wooillnnds plikinl weighing seven
und eight pounds weie not uncommon
It was known as Long pond then, und
black biss had not become' fashion ible
Now the hike pioducis more b iss to the
acre than nnv similar sheet of vvatci
within 200 miles oi New York, und the
picket el hive sadly deteriorated through
Inbreeding Once In n gieut while a
picket el weighing bolwpen three und
four pounds Is caught nnd Will Diriiiiw
his lu the b.iriooin a stuffed specimen
which weighed live and n hnlf pounds
when caught b) H 31 Thompson, ot
New ink, six oi seven vcars ago
A few tlavs ago a sppsitlon wns pro
duced when Tom r. orison brought to
Stetllng Porest .i picketed weighing six
anil one-hilf pounds Tom's t)es
twinkled even the right one. which is
of glass us ho heltl up the llsh nnd re
"No t illioad spike nbout that sllnket "
"Sllnkei" Is the generic name for pick
et cl nt the lake, nnd "I. illio.nl spike" Is
the scornful appellation b) which the lit
tle ones, which cue so plentiful there,
nip known to both visitors nnd guides
Tom could have got a gooel price for
the llsh, but he itfuseel to sell it He
wanted to have It stulfi d, and sent It
to T.ixldet mist Paul ol this city. Subsp
quentlv In- sold the option on the llsh
to Itudolph Prish of the Casino, at
Oionwood Like ("Hens who will put it
on exhibition, uftei having It stuffed, nt
The mere catching of the llsh Is not is
rem uk ible, howevn, ns the m mint In
vvhli h It wis ciptiiied Tom G.nrisou
was in town on Thtiisiliiy to see his
friend, Louis Li Iloche and IMvv ml
Pittersuii, and in his modi st way told
them that ln dltl not take the llsh by
legitimate angling lie astonished them
bv s lying that lie c night the big llsh
In his h mil His stoiv wns Hi it he
wns walking along the slime' near the
glens catching little flogs for bull, when
he siw .m Oswego biss tiving to escnpe
the rush ot a big pickerel The bass
clodgiil in vuln and lln ill) made a dash
foi the shore, dltectl) In tiont of Tom
The bass and plekeiel wete unili r so
much lieadw i) that the) could not stop,
or else the) wiie too much oNtitcd to
notice wheie they were going, foi both
of the m shot char out of tin wator up
on the sloping shoie Tom chopped his
tin of frogs .and gi ibbeil both llsh The
biss vvas a gi.od sli d one, wilghlng a
pound Tom killed both llsh and then
tin ut the bnss Into the in uith of tin
piikml Tin) an In Inc- set up tint
wav and will be a moiiumi nt to the i.i
pacity of the lilckeul tribe
III sI'l.KA 11 ll V I II, K
I wo I Isli. run u and n
rrom the -inn I'ninelseo Call
Josi ph and llntli Olglllo, btothers
who foi m the i lew ot the It illan llshlng
smai k Saliutoip. hid .tn, exciting itil
veutuie with a big elc v llllsh oft t tl In point
a fi w dii)s ago which e nne veiy near
ending the Hie of the foimer
The trim little smack went out to the
Pin ilium s to llsh lot cod and the big
red llsh were coming ovei the side In
sallslaetoi) niitnbeis when nn unexpect
ed Intel i tiption ocputiptl The voungit
Olglllo lost ph was huullng up one of
tin lines iv tun the pecullai Jerks he felt
win ned him that something besides a
cod hid taken the hook
--o.i lions occ.tsliinallv take llsh th it
have become bo ike d and in that w iv aio
themselves ensmmil, nud tin oung man
thought that soim thing of this kind had
oci titled He continue d to haul at the
lino, at the sinic tlnu shouting to his
luother to gel n id) the ax and gun,
with which each bo it Is provided for
sin li erne i gene Us
Winn tlio end of the lino was (In illy
reached, however, the luotlnis were hnr
rllled to see the bod) nnd teutaclis of a
huge dev llllsh writhing about in the w.i
tei, and Hurtle made haste to bring
the ax down on the Hues whole It ipsted
against the gunwale and set the llsh
fioe, but his act was too I ito, for the oc
topus hnd thiowu thieeof Its eight ten
tat les over tlio brut nud was feeling
ovei tho ciaft with them, and then be
gan n teirlllc struggle
The liojh seiid nn n and n knife nnd
in op it ed to dispatch tho llsh, hut before
this could be done ono ot the waving
aims stiueh Josi ph's nock und fastened
tin t p. llo sti in It at the rum with his
ax, but tho tough llesh teslsted Its edge
and ho was being-diawu townid the edge
of the bout when Hartle got his keen
llshknlfo mulct tho devllllsh's mm nnd
lopped it oil about the middle
Hy this time a second tentacle hud
found its way about Joseph's waist, nnd
It touk sevei.il blows of the ux, directed
nt a point wheie the linn tested on tho
gunwale, to sever It, As tho llsh In Its
agony tented itself nut of tho water
Hat Ho got a fair blow at It and drove
his knife thtough the muscular hod)
close to the head, killing It almost Imme
diately Tho llsh was then hauled InU
tho boat, und. ns both bo)s weio thor
otghl) eh lusted with their sttugglo
with the monster, tho sail wns raised
and tlio S.ilvalore scudded aw a) toward
tho Onto before tint heavy It ado wind
Joseph hiirrpiiMi in nttio in effects
from his battle with tho dev llllsh, hut
Ills hi other was less fortunate, and was
so bruised fiom being thrashed nbout
In thu boat that ho vv.is compelled to
Keep his bed for sevetal dn)s,
Tho dev llllsh, which measured thirteen
feet, was hung up In a .Meiehant btree t
llsh stall, wheie It uttrnctcd much at
tention. Tho suckots, or tentacles, b)
which It holds Its prey, were as Inige
as a silver dollar at Iho body, tapering
off to tlio t-Uo of a pea at tho end of the
Aro unlike all other pill.. No purging or
pain. Act specially on tlio liver ana bile. Car
ter's Little Mt er 1-ills- One pill a do-.
John Kernell, the Irish comedian, closed
his season on the road earl), last ".ear,
and went into New York clt) to spend the
bummer. He init up at a hotel there, and
one night, throufh some mistake, the
clerk put oanoslto the number of Kernell's
room u "c ill ' for 6 30 n. m. The hotel hail
In Its service one of thoee vlc-orous porters
who will break In a door rather than al
low a man lo ovtisliep on n cull, and this
man was so persistent that Kernell dually
arose und dressed himself in order to put
a stop to the racket. When he went down
stalls, lie saw b) the clock that It was
just 7. "See. here." he said to tho clerk
In angry tones, "why do )ou wake me up
at his hour hi the morning when I have
nothlos to do. until Auj-ugt?"
A FRIENDLY HINT,
He wis a handsome fellow, clever nn I
rend), with an tiiiusuallv keen cno of
humor, nnd he IntMested her until h fell
lu love with her She never could nn ler
slntiil whv he did so, ntul rutin r rrsrtiti l
It thntt otherwise. Thev hnd nlwnvs known
i arh oiler, for he wits il friend of In r
sisters when eln herself wns In lie
schoolroom, ntul fniiuetillv on winter ev.n
Inns would ioiiii luiek into the study ml
help her with her le sunn while he w nn I
for Mabel lo coino down
Aftir Mabel mulri'd nnd went iwu) he
still continued lo vilt at the house, iml l
was iC who to)k In r to her flr-t bill
In a rorncr of her disk wete ili with
e red rituilns of the grout bunch of ro h
he had sent lu i up in Hint tin niornbli oi
easlon She kept thein biuuc tluv w r
nssoclalnl with sin h nn Imp -rtnul i.n
ns her debut, not bicnu-e lu vv is tin ,lv I
for he liml vert little shine In her in m
tlis of the melting A smooth fin id I mi n
rrglmentiils nbout Hint lime occupli I Ii r
thoughts and It w-us Ids whisnirel n tli
lugs th it made the ilnne so drlUlitrtll in I
not the kindness of nn ul I ft It ml
Hut tin bid Inn lm I his dnv, nud so lin I
mnnv others Hi their tin ti. e in h Inteiest
lng bci for a time and llun but lint lu r t
di nth, but l'ninhiim lin.l itluu.v held hi
place She uld he re slid hei Shi
talkid to him Just us she Ilk. il .ill I that
lu Itself wns a comfort Distend of sttt.lv
lng to pleuse him ns sin ell I with otlnis
lie wine pcnoetl) nnturui, tiling grive or
guy with him, ns het moo I ill, tnlrd
Such a thing us his fulling in tovi with
her never crossed her ininii. mid If she tin I
known Hint while she was limiting with
hi in In her nlrv fashion his brnln was bus)
with nil kinds of toiniiill, Cum lis about
her, she would btve liumedlitel) dicldi I
that poor old OnilT was not quite himself
Hut she' never gin sed It, so Hull fib nil
hip continued unbroken until sin lm I
bei it out so man) seasons Unit she ui
dared the dnto of her debut to be lost li
the mists of ui,es hhe told him this on
evening, nud he looked at lu r so oildlv
that for a moiiu nt she niused In lu i
speech to speculate about him. If she In I
mil tint express on on mil other in m
fue she would hnve unili rstoud It, but It
was pu-'llng on his
"Why do voti look at me like thif" she
usked ' Is theie iin)thlng the nintti i with
mi hair' '
No nothing Is tin initter' I don't be -lli
xo J was thinking about )our looks at
"How rude to tell me so' 1 suppose
otir thoughts were a mile aw iv 1 clou t
stipposo )ou were pi) lng the sllghtisl at
tention to what 1 wns st)Ing
"To be in rfectlv flank with vou t wis
not, but oil In ed not be vexed with nn .
bectusc' I was retailing somithlng jeni slid
to me long ago '
' Something brllll nit, no doubt''
He smiled ' It wns such a cb u u te ilstlc
speich." hesnlil, ""Oexnellv vv li it I might
hnve expected fiom ) ou, Unit 1 bin never
forgotten It "
" lTien )ou hnve been illsobevlng orders
for I told vou positive I) Hint vou wcie not
to leunmliii nothing 1 siid'
"It hum", in il this wav," he went on
"vou hntl Just come buck from Ni w v. oik
nnd hnd brought jvlth vou ill in inner ot
souvc nil s photographs nnd books nud On
in in fnvors, and 1 don't know vvluil ill be
side, nnd one night von v.rv klndlv of
fired to show them to mi When I mine
to one ple'ttue joti blushed i little ami I
nsked, 'Is this the lurk) fellow ' II is the
hull t )ou nine so Ji ilnuslv guarded found
Its miistt r nt Inst " ind )oti answi n d with
,i shrug of lour sliouldeis, 'II ih' Hint mnu
he loves me loo well He lets me hi e Just
how much I nm to him, he would bore me
to dentil lu n week ' "
"Well," she cried opining her cjns inl
Is that nil' Have )ou bet n treasuring up
a foolish spuch llki tint' Win, I have
said evil so in in) th ve li r things since
"Hut none more characteristic' ' he re
plied "Do )Oii know," she said "II Is humiliat
ing to re Him t lb it ifln being as ninth
with nn is j on hive been vou should know
mo so little It argues that 1 am elthei vcr)
stupid or vi rv resoi.tl '
"1 do not know )ou'" he erlnl "Win
I know )oti almost is well ns in) self Do
)OU suppose I could Invo studied vnu lu
ill votir moods, is 1 have clone for )ens
without having i-nlned somi' knowledge of
She lntighed slliJitlv "And hive vou
been stinging me nil this lime" I h.irlly
think 1 am worth It Did )ou llml me In
teresting ' '
' Absorbing!) "o1 .'...1 one thing I hnve
discovered about vou th it will surprise
)ou Piople c ill vou tlekli c'o thev not'
' hometlmes '
'Well )ou hnve Impressed mi ns being
unusiiillv consistent' I thought whin 1
111 st knew )ou, tint ou vv. n tho inkiest
girl 1 hntl ever known, and I think so still
x on hive nevei glvin me nil) re ison to
li nn.!' mi opinion '
' Cold1 ' she n pi iti d "I cold' Thai Just
shows how well )ou have nnilvnl me '
"I am not the cnl) one who thinks that "
he said "Look it those roses" pointing
to i cluster of Hildis In tin vise at his
elbow, "tho man who sun those mi.int
vou tn know tint tin) iv.te ippioptlit.
tint vis the) me whin mil cold and pis
slonless Just ro an vou'
"And do vou know " she i rled, "when I
opened the box ind saw them my Hist i x
cl minion was ono of illsnppoliiinunt
'White roses' how xexlng, vv h) not r I
ones? T he) at least mean soniethlni,
thev eonvey an KU-i, but these' .ind I
pushed them aw iv '
1 In ud )ibttrdi) he siid, li reli vant
1 llml )ou aio going to tie mini led I
wondered If it were true ' '
"W ho Is It now '" she laughed. "The
Noithi'in nrini odliei or the houth Caro
lina ph)slclau ' '
' Is it true'' ' he asked
' Do )ou Hiipposi ' she siid. holding out
a ilnslcss hand tint If I hn I o fin foi
gotten in) f,ond resolutions as lo piomis.
to miri) aiDlmilv that I would not wiar
the badge of m) servitude"
"Hint Is well put 'the bulge of voui
servitude" No, I think until tin fital
words are Mild over )ou tint )oii will
allow no man the pleasiue of publishing
his triiim:h aluo nl' '
'O wise )uung Judge" she e ricd. "how
I do honor tine '
'Oh, It Is ver) well to lunch " he pml
"It Is nn ens) wa) to dispo-i of a subjx i,
but )ou will nevii loinltue me tint )ou
have unv fn ling nothing cotilel "
"Would you like in, to petsiiadc )OU'
.she siid In In r soft volie
There was u mom nt s silence, then h
till in el fiom her rough!) "No, It Is be tin
Hint 1 shoiilel think of vou us I do now I i
I can b,. bitter ngnlust )ou, and tint is
a protection "
She looked up at him ilnedl) Hltheiio
no suspicion of the titith hnd tome to
her but It llnsheil ov.r lu i all at on
and with It a great tush of pltv and r,
"I nm going now " he said, rblng. ' If I
staved 1 would make a foul of in) self ml
It frets )ou to hive peopli make fouls of
themselves, doisn't It' An 1 ) ot tin v an
not alw ns lo blame You hive a ficultv
of drilling them out for Uinllin; a man in
to renal bis teiulirist mil most mr 1
thoughts Whv do vou elo II' When It Is
nil tuhl )ou uio not nppai.ntl) touch. I
What especial olij.it have )ou in vltw '
Tor a liniment she hcultite 1 tin n a soft
answer tre-inblcel on her bus but her worlel
ly wisdom came to lit i ail ami warned
her Hint this was not ihe niellioel to pur
sue . It would out) mlsbad liim and , nd in
tiouble Hettu be misim lirstooil hern If
than prolong his sulTiiln,; b 111 nelvisid
"What object hnve I'" she nsked, thiow
lng her head back against ter cushions
'have 1 ever an) obj.tt' I don't think I
have If men will till nm thtii priv ite
aftairs, I am sure I nm not to blame I
often wish the) wciuldn t I ciri.iitil) wuull
be spared much buiedom Now, what I
have nlw i)s liked about you Is )our in
difference, )ou are so dellghtfullv un
emotional, to fm fiom the iraublc-omt
sentiment that makes other men iiuluiei
estlng Dear He oft" she ioso from her
chair and laid her hand llglul) on his
sleeve "If 1 thought )ou wouM ever c,et
like the rest, so stupldl) insonul ami all
that, I should bo ptrfcitl) wictcheil foi
uftei nil, there) Is nothing like a fiUnd who
Is nothing but a friend Is ihtte ' I don't
think )ou can know what a comfort )ou
have ulw.ijs been to inc "
He turned ver) pile but tiftei a mo
ment's lleico contest with himself, bent his
he'iid down to hers
"Have I been a comfort to sou" lie said
gentl) , "then ma) I never dlsipiiolnt sou "
He clabpcd her Irind Until) In his and
with n mummied good nlsht was gone
A few nilnutib litei htr brother came In,
to find her brooellng over the lire.
'What In the worlel Is the matter?'' ho
tried "Has an) thing uncomfortable hap.
peneel? 1 thought onl) Oeoft was here.'
"An) thing ii'ieomfortable,' Of course
not Vis; It was oul Ocott Shall we be
getting upbtalrs?" New Orleuns Times-
Senator Palmer tells a story about nn
Illinois farmer who for several yens hid
been selling him wood foi Hi n cord. "This
)ear," sa)s fecuator pulnur, "he came to
me with a load.und I told him 1 dii not want
It. He ottered it at ii a cold 1 still re
fused, and ho wanted to know wh) 1 would
not take it at fi 1 told him 1 was using
suit coal, for which I pild $1 J7 a ton.
'Ooshl' he exclaimed, '1 heard sou was Us
ing to demonetiz; sliver, and now you are
tr)ins to defuelize wood'"
Toole, the English actor.sltting nt a table
next to a gentleman who had helped him
self to a vers large piece of bread, took
It up and began to cut a sTIce from It.
' Sir," sal 1 the gentleman, "that is my
bread " "I beg a thousand pardons, sir,"
icplieel Toole. "1 declare 1 mistook It tot'
the loaf," .
HNCirnn ami cAitr.wony,
As Wont by Mnnr American Women.
Ism til TO nm t II'T HMMUS 1 '
The " Icll tale tare " Is worn hy manv
American women, nml Is .a sjinptoin cf
tii)itoiii, a signal of ilim s.
iv line 'im
nil In the.. .crlo
the tiraclletl rjp
: X . .1..,. ,.. t 1...
soon ticieees hoj
When taln ami
nchn nrn felt lu
curj jiart of llio
btnlj, when faint-
knes, ill-7inci9. nml
vvlieti los of sleep
., wr yi V nni' nI'l" ',0 ar'' ro"
$J 'III? .. t... .!, ..,tl,. n(
Will II lliu rue ec.j w.
ft Icntis It Irksome,
anil Ihe hopeless
nate, then the faca
ami carewolli, .ilui
iri)init relief Is ner
(ir), or .a beauti
ful life will bu fieri
heed. An American wo
rn in, l.jtlla I".
I'lnklnm, a student
of women and their
xears ,ico succeeded
In producing in iboiuto cure for all dis
ease s of women. l.ytUn .. I'titkham 1
Vet'clable Coiuiiouiitl standi toil.aj as It
did then, pre e mliient,
Mrs II. Wamplir, of Ilirabo, Wl,
whose letter wu were permitted to liub-
lish list voir, writes
tint she impel .Mrs.
l'liikhitn will louliuuo
to iku hi rn nne, .11 tlio
jiulillcition in newspaper-!
of the account of
her ow u w onilt rf ill euro
nml relic f from jiars ot
mier) has he. u tho
means of inllticucliit;
ni my suITi nne womiii
to tfv l.vdli P. Pink-
ham's A'ejjetahlo Coinpotind, and become
well like hcr-clf. .Mrs. W.ampler fie'ls,
and riRhtlj too, tint iu thlJ m.ij she Is
dolus; n Krcat good.
Pliotograpliu 1 I rom l.lf i
l It Vie. .in..
s Tk - Tll.lltCJ.
vr r W
'' r:.,- s
ami ii ij
llll. 1 OMI.Iil Ul.
I "Dr. DeLap's New Life Pills."
Ij Produces th nbove result tn M DAYS
ixu ..e-isejciw ii acts powenuny
unci qulckls Cureel otheis, will cure
vou. V.CUHK men will regain their lost
manhood and old men will recover
their )OUthful vigor It qulckl) nnd
posltlvel cures NEHVOL'hNESS.
ennsed lrom excess, use of tobacco
or other stimulants Jtestores LOST
POW EH and VITALITY 1 31 PO
TENCY, NIOHTLY EMISSIONS.
VAILING .MEMOICi WASTING DIS
EASLS and ALL effects of self-ibuse
or excess and indiscretion, which un
lit one for m irrlnge business or
istcies tho VIHV OP "lOl'CII Insist
on )our druggist giving )ou 'DI;
LAI'S' no othir Its equal, as It u
prei ared from tht prescription of OH
I.E LAP th- great Prench ph)sl
clun who has hiul thirty stars'
jirn tlce hospltul nnd ollbe. In I'arls
on N.rvoiis Discises Cnn be carrle 1
lu vest r kit s nt bj mnll (sealed)
pot. tut i- I nl 5'"" ru ki.t' or six
I i K Ve I S Kfill r nn W 1 III A
ttltiril.N C.IAHAN11P I ) J'OSJ
Tlll CLItli OH HLl'L.ND IHE
1 or tale by
In str.t I, -
v ill- ! it Ma
Oldest and Original.
io West Niiitli St .Kansas City.Ho.
Leiebng and siicceisfiu SpeiculU, In llloat
"xet vou. an I I rllurv lllseiscs
M, lt (its lM.liff.ltv, with its mmy
cloomi mnnuoins ctirl
I e is I V 1 1" V 1 1 1 V rrhanentl) restore J.
h I'll 1 1 Is cured (or IlliAwltlioui mercury
IKlN.vitv Dlsl.s.s eurcd quickly anl
Will N l I. (Mill Its cam. rou-.iiltDr. IL
J Whittle r mil r.telvti tlm t uiilld opinion of i
Uhl st. im ,rrxitrl im skill and iutegriiy. No
nrninses in i I" tn ii c intuit he) fullllled.
11 1 KM IM s furutshed at till ill cost, an!
mi aujulie-ri) tejlca 'Jreatmeu'. M.Vj.i;
s M ( . (I. II
I III I i . ii-iiltinion and urinary .inattU
GiriMl.v to nealtli anil emergencies, sealel.
lllUl'4 Uit II tints Ntiiiup,. Itl.uilu 1'r.i
Call or address hi coulldrnce
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER.
1(1 flptt Ninth st KNss CUV, "tin
I HE (III. I1IVT ll'llllll til's MlbTM
bill I, 31 l.MI VCIl HI. II ItV
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut to bu) lt-,ind ) on will get It la ill
crluhul packages go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
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X01O MWS ST..
Il(Illb I U)t o,
ntlif t lion 4iiiiimutppil.
lMll ti Id A ntin.lVnlinnnii
rviurdv for l.iiiuinlin, i
ltltt. Ullliullirnl ... '
Jfrwn, ur au iaUanuij.
iiu -H"-- I Ul Uli
lit) II Llf It) II tl li ) J it,.
IrHEEHISCHEMicitno traut. Nun ,trin ul.
Cpoia by llnigkl4U.
"or eat lu plain tvnrr.
II IX), or 3 Lottie . .' Ii.
Circular tent vu rtxiucet.
le.llUU SOLID C.OIII sl'K'-
1 VIMS AM) LVE-(jL.Ab-1l.-9,
m bliicl) It not onl) cures ti) striking
il .1' the si it of the disease, b'lt It Is a
rjgrint NVHVK TONIC nnd HLOOD
H Pt'HIPlEH It brings bnck the PINK
l CLOW lo PALE CHICKS and rt-
i "7 M"
rft p t n j" n n n "rT2
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