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UK KANSAS CITY .lOrttNAT,, SUNDAY. DttCHMHKRL, 1895.
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NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS,
L'Lt'Mi sr e.
nr rk (IruHtimcti lo Whom
Lhlldrni the Wiirlil Oicr One
ii 111k Hi 111 "t tlratltuilc.
ny A llllntn H I'cllcircnit
(Copyrlnlitul. l'tt. 1 . K l'elletrcnu )
Then- lire few noi ms In the HiikIIiu
l.nmuiiBP moil- wldily Known tliun th"
"Villi of hi Nit holn " Its dlstltiKulshed
author. Clement l Moore I.I. I) u.m born
In INiu urk .1 il n. 17-1. UN mihir,
35cv. HenJ.unln .Moore, m the bishop of
Iho dloceti, una lliv fun, uftet u cuiiful
PU. CUIMENT C. JtOOIU';.
tralnlnn uniki hl lionoteil father, grad
ual!. 1 trum Columbia colli (,'n In 1TJS
It was Intended that he t-houlil enter
tin mlnlstij, but ho never took outers.
an J diMited hW life to tein him; mid Uter
i in Helm.' a scholar of stent utlaln-
i i- and well ,reil In the ancient lan
(.u - he ptibllnhed In 1 '09 u Hebrew lel-
and thus ix i ame the plonier in the
k r Hebrew h xli osraphy In this i otin
t In his ituroii union to this work hu
i 1 1 the "hope that It will be of homo
in breaking ilown tin l
i I ih jneseiit thtmsilMs at t
of tin stinlv uf llebiew "
lllllll illllll 111 .
lr Muore Inherlteil a larse estate In New
'.rk Hid In ISIS pii'Rinted to the Episcopal
s m nn tno ennre mocK. noumttii tiy
nh iiditiH, and etfndin to the Ilinf-I
ii u ii, beiwctn TWentli.th and Twentj- I
Jhi Jiu.i.dntn'MJt pmJtua.
ruiRT PARAnnAPit or romr.
mets This trait, then valuable,
imw he a pi1m el) Klft and upon a
i it stand the tmpoMne milldliiKX of
miul ThioloKlciil seminar), one of
i Imiiortnnt iimtlttitious ot the Ilpis
huiih In Ami-Hea
n home of In Mooi wus a stately
i i hi of tho older stvle, on the couth
si .' 1 wenty-tlitri street, about jmi leei
f Ninth avenue In ISit he btcnmu
i- of Oriental and (mi llti-rmuie,
um d this position durlnif llf The
I i . i iivais or time vvnicn couiu be
ht t Horn his artluoiis lalsirs vvete ile-
wiitluif short poenai-. 'htiilly foi
t 'Monti of his ehlldien, and sbDWIiif,-
t on stlc affection was one of the
l i 1 i Iniru tt ilstlis of his nature And
tm so was his famous "Visit of hi.
t, ' i
.mi i imma In her "kerchief, and I In my
lii i i it sittled our brains for a long
wiim r't nap,
1v i i 'it on Hit lawn thcio arogo such n
1 lit. r
1 m ii fiom the bed to see what waa tho
. i i the window I Hew like a flash,
'1 i n tho shutters and threw' up the
" i . m, on the weast of tho now -fallen
f , i 'I luster of midday to objects below.
I. whut to my wundoriiiK e)e should
JnxJ lUy.1Ci. lid SwjM C'iiilt cl'.iu-J fYulit,
LAST l'.nA(Ht.rH or I'OIJir,
Hi a inliilaniiu fclulKh, and eight tin)
With a Utile obi driver, so lively and quick,
I i ii i n a moniLiit ii must lw tit NU.U.
il'. it r.ii Ii) thttti i-tiglv' bis lOiiiMrii tht)
And h whlnHul, Slid jluiuted, and called
tin m h nm; .
"Now Iushei' now. Dancer! now, Pranccr
.in I Vixen!
On. ( iinet' on, Cupid! un, Donder and
1 in, u1
To th top of the pon.li! to the top of the.
Now i -h mill)' da1-)! ana)1 dakh uway
4a dry 1' aves that btforc the wild hurrl-
Gertrude Jon, Juliet WlUon,
When they meet t It Ii nn obtn. le, mount
to tho l,v
So tin lo tin housetop the coursers the
lieu . .
With Hit sli ipli full of ttttp, mill St NIpIi-
Ana then, In a tvvltikllmr, I liraril on Hit.
The prnnclns nnd pawltiR of each little
As I iIipw In my head, nml mis tttrnltiK:
nrounil, , .
Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with
a linuiul. ...
Ho vvns dressed nil In fnr, from Ills hend
to his foot. ...
And his clothes wero nil furnished with
allien nml soot:
A liunille of lov ho 1ml tlntiK on his back.
And he look'd like u peddli r Just opililni?
Ills i fit how they twinkled' Ills dimples
how tntrrv ' ,
Ilia checks were like roses, hi nose like n
Ills ilioll little mouth was drawn up like n
And the lienrd of Ills chin was as white as
the snow ,
The stump of a pipe lie held tlfiht In his
And the smnko It encircled his head like
a wnath ,
He. lind n broad f.ice and a little lound
Th.tt shook, when he laughed, like a bowl
fullnrjellv. , .
He mis uhuljl) and plump, .1 right Jolh old
And I l'atiKlitcd, when I saw him. In spite
A -wink ot his eve and a twist of his head.
Hpon kivo mo to know 1 had nothing to
In 151.2 Dr OcorKe H Moore, of the New
York lllstorlml Soilet, reolvid to ob
tain, If po"iblc, from its modest iiithtir, in
mitoKr.iph i op, and his sun e-i k shown
hi the follow Inc lettei
"New York. March 1", 1C2
"Dear Fir I have the pic mire to inform
vou that Dr I'lemmt C. Moore has li n
so kind as to romph with mv rcqin t
(m ide at vour siiKKtstloni to furnish foi
the nichlics of our f-oeii t tin uiitOKriph
i opv of his Jutl celchiatcd "VKit of St
Nicholas' I now enclose It to jou. I need
hardly till out attention to the dlstlii t
ness nnd beauty of his handwriting, ii
remarkable con-lderlni; his ndvant-d hkc
(he camiileted his S2d Jf.ir 111 Jul) List)
and his much Imtmirid "Vi'llu Thi
liocm was compo'-ed for his two iluiiBhti r
as .1 Christinas pie-ent about fortv joar
aco, and It was i opled bj a lelulvi ot In
Moore in her album, from whlih a copv
was made b.v a friend of lurs fiom Trn
and, muih to the KUiprIo of the authoi
were published for the Mist tltm. In a
newspaper of that ilty.
"In an Intel v lew. that I had v enti rduv
. . . . .- . . . ' . . . t ... ....
"it" l' 'oore, ne toui me in.ii i pnrui.
, , , TM,.i,,n Hilni. i h. ... if.1,1...,.
"" ',J"y '.""' """ V . ",.T ,
I1UUII Ui III, Limn - tuuiiii si ii t ui-im-i.
Miirctsted to him the idea of making St
NkhoLis the hero of his Christmas pUci.
for hU i hlldren
"I remain. ery respectfull our do-
oted senant, u. . i.. Jiuuuu "
iij chimruv julth to.lt,
cM yiwj i LktAA Cub,
In ISil this poem, and others were pilb-
liaherl In umll ,klr,.e ,.n,l lm 1VV. ok 1 1
, " . ,;:, ' : "'V '" '"'". .-
lus rated e.) lion was Issmd, an I had a
vv ide circulation It contained man) tplr-
teil and lilt like pk lures of the saint anil
hls sledse drawn by "tlnv relink It
was aftiiwards iiuhllshed in tnanv school
remit r and made familiar to children In
a himdrid wids, and It Is b.-llivid thit It
has had a mote extended i In ulatlou than
an) put m wriiun n) an .vmerit-iin
In addition to his 'Hebrew Lexicon"
Dr. Moore wrote a "Life of rseorge Ca-
trlct, sutnameil h' anderbeis, Klntr of Al -
Inula," a nioderniznl form of un old Hn-
gllsh traniation of Jacques Lav ardln's his-
tory, pi Inn d In IIW lie aln published n
pamphlet in refutation of tertaln passages
in "jeifcrson Notes on viiKlna."
i'.i Vliiilc. 'Millies l.lti'li.
A yauns Cleveland Klrl reiently hail tho
followlm; to tell in i ourt, of her slept ither,
who U certainly not a monotonous parent:
"I'.i was slttlns in his saloon, fcellnu
lonely. He went to the barn mid, put.
ting a halter on his horse, brought lilm
Into tho house, saving ho wanted the am.
"-' O itnA,
After .i lon ilf. of usefuliUM and honor, "i.. . ,i K ,..V i'v " . lP" nu" "'"J
Dr .Moore died at Km port It I, July 10 aKHttist tin. HiItlHh in the last wur, und
lfCS Ilia remain res-t in Trlnlu wmJf.A vi'ru th.p frii hiIb of the Lon Kuvm a.
New Yorl Ills work are rds bist momi' '" '?'"'. u,e Amerleiins Ho said that
:,!.. lorl" " " urh0 nro ms tMSt lonu-,i, ,e,ii it In a book, und he hunted round
GtATUvt Cj. JlWi-e.
i. , r-
Munch 1 3 Wu ytvMyiJxUc,
mal to eat supper with lilm. P.i made mo1!
nt a plate for the horse. J
men lie iook hold 01 tno Horse's front
lei; and lifted Hit in up on the table Wo
all sat duvvn to supper and the horte be.
Kan to tat l'n pkkid up a mug of bier,
und began to lauh and thiew both huudi
In h air, Thu inn.,' hit the )uie on
"Tha beast pulled Its fiot down, drag.
lii- the tablet loth and upsetting tin table.
'ihe horsi baiktd up and sal squarcli on
u ii '1 hoi sinvi This burned It- lall so
Hie unlmil ki kid tit ituu ourmil ran
uut nt thi.kur
' l s riamNl and I'a thnw a lamp at me.
Thfl hnlt.n ... ill ( i.I, ! !1 I, hlrifr II, .. ,..,1 ,,
Dullciinau cau i'a Lis btv'il arrtaUd 1VJ
ici-miisr. ut. .irBDrfiricA touuiiiuM.nivu u,B, jauaoue iousb nu, j, a, r,s nran. and Ine onwe salaries ut thg teatttus tor the .Georco Uarlli. guisiuo .waicn, aiis. iiejir
tnt .is nrom- ,. now dipo .Ttl.e.HllJller, denlJ Jihl i.huijmi .iii.ui.i it lie tt".. aw,v.hi- ..r-r.A'.pi il -- t ' i. '""Ji.t,."""at ?l ri2J?Z I mW ,".,,. 7i7.J. 17J l.-Z ,., ml
im im i. .iiiint;,,, ituu, lis uiii.iiitti iciBiun , a a. Miu...u. .w.uuv... . - vwu,u Lit, a., linn r.r Yl a.. .
i.-. iu -. jiai-v. - .- i.ii.-.. Wiifh s it. Jr.'ami iiesuames i. ",""7:,i-,-,rr.: i nuusaa wiuri " t I -" --. .'.'. T...iiiGuvtM.s
'T''ifr-itk' fn'oair J It GuVaiou,' ' . "o$urA. A. hVt U 'fvuar, f, i. tt W J,- ' ' : ..,;;;trg.MMM
The nigh of
A .Now Hun nf llnj Life.
nv wn.i.tAM nr.Av imwr.u.f!
C'op rlshtrtl, Im'i li llllatn Iumu IIowills
INDIANS CD.MII 'K Mill. HOY'S TOWN
Jim Ijisti'ird was o mil becatisi' he
lost his i hip hit in tin (anal basin, when
lie fell on" the liout (ml had to k home
bareheaded, and nil his milnr all about
what hiini.i iii-l tluniKli lis ilollus wen
dO tin tiiRh and hi ItilKht hni i;ot off
without hi r noticing ainthltm-. If II hil not
limn for his halt that he would tut t ike
mi) Interest In I'mn Hut he ki pt on tak
an Inteii'st in In II ins, and he was th
mot ei Iteil fi How In the whole Uo) s
'Iiiwn when the Indl ms tame
The way tln i imp lo come was thl
The white peoph around the reservation
0-j-i I 4 Z- I "" i
"13 i, ffA Jil..J.. 1
ona i m
priw to pi nn i-r t Qrr.Tnns and ni.r dollars.
cot tind nf h.i villi' Ihim mi . or el-c
the) wnn" i II i lull mil tl icn.rn
nunt th mull i mi(,iil i- will nun tin in
out it vvlni, ih Hi w.n moii In 11 ins,
there w.i u h u vuv f. w of them on tli
reservation, and -,j It lo i b 1 Hum on three
eunal boats and broinjht thi m down
throuRh Ihi I'.ov 'I own to the uhlo rlvir,
and put them on a m amlwt, and then
took Uiem down to the Mli-iiyiippI and pui
them on u reservation bevonl that ilvtr
1 hl bnv R rlld nnt l.tt.iv inutlilm, .Kr.nf
this, and the) would not have cmid much
If they had. All the) km.w was Hint one
moinlnir (and It liappined to be Saturda)),
three canal boats tull of Indians came into
the basin. Nobodv cm r lemur whlih Ikj)
saw them 111 st It s, tn)l ,i as If all th.
lellows In the t!o)'s Town happened to hi
lilt il tlln liiicln . a. ,. . .i . I -. .m... .. U,
IV " k ' .".! "'T ""'., Uiiu n ri MUUI'IIUK
meiu vvnen too noats mmi in vvneu thi
Sllw that they weie ual Indians In blank-
ets. with bows and airows, wairlois,
suuaws, papoosis and evejv thlnir. thes al-
most went craz), and whin a sood man)
of the Indians imiie ashoie and vvnt ovir
lo the court house )itrd and beuan tu
shoot at ipiniteis and hnlf-dolLiis that the
piople stuik Into ilu Kinund for them to
, snoot ai ine reiiows louiu nanny believe
their ets The) )illnl and cluernl, and
iet to uet m nuainted with the Indian
l). and lan and got thilr arrows lor
'them, and i vet) tiling, uml If the Indians
l',,,1l, ox 'i"1' staeil until the J'ourih,
hlih w.m pritt) utur now, thiy would
l'"'? thought U was the greatest thins
;!",v ,:, iihi'itoiii, juii i.euiiaiu sain
for I'oii) H.iker, and when he found him
he said 'Come litu. l'onv. I want in till
)ou somethlns "
An) other time nil tho other fellows
Would have crowded around and wanted
to know what It was, but now thy wne
so muih tuktii up with the Indians that
they none or them minded him and so he
KOt a Buod chain e at 1'nny alone I'ony
was afarid that Jim Leonard wanted hint
to tun olf with the Indians, nnd this was
Just vvh.it he did want. He fald. "You
oiUlht to act a blanket and stain your
face and hanil with walnut juice nnd
then no one could tell vou finin Hie ust
of the tribe, and )uu cuuld uo out with
tl'.tin, wlltie the) re udIiir and hunt buf
faliliis U's the Knatekt chontu tin re ever
Wag Thi)'ll adopt )ou Into the tribe, pui).
lie, as soon as tie; c.inul boats have, or as
quirk as tiny i an Btt to n place- wheie
they can pull )our hair out und w.i--li
you In the tannl I till ) on, it I nm, In
our plate, I'd do It, 1'on)."
I'ony did not know what to say He
lialtil In tell Jim Ltonard that he hat
ptetiy iieui I) alien P the notion of run.
tilliK off for tho prei nt, oi until his father
nml mother did somtthliig more to mate
itm du it.
Hver slnte the lx) falhil so In trying to
tret I'leiolo to hook his falhi r's boat tor
1'iiny to run olf in tilings had ttctii ko
iriK mtter with foil) at honif His moth
er did poi stop him fiom halt ,u mail)
IhliiMs us she usi d to do and lattly his
father had trot to Initio Viiy boI to hlta
let him He In bed In the morning und di 1
not seem to nutiii when he stuvnl out
with the bois at night, tellltiK stories on
the front sleps, ot pla)lm lilile-and-nro-WMk,
oi un) thing 'I lie) seeiucd to lie a
Ric.it deal t.tki n up wlUi mill otlur and
not to mind so mm h wnui I'ony ws do
ing. His mother Kt him go in swimming
whenever ho asked hu, and did not make
lilm pinmlao to keep out of the deep water,
hhe said she would set, uh n he rouftl
hu lor 0 cents to ittt low l.r for Hu
l'ourlh, and the let him have one of Iho
bo a In spend the uUht with him once
and she gave them wallles for lmakfast,
hhe showed heielt somt thing like a moth,
in anil she had told him that if he won) I
be ver), Vl)' Hood she would vet Ids
fnthei to give him a quartet, so that hu
could bil) two pin ks 01 shouting uktis,
:i well us 5 Pints' worth of 'nvv.ier fir
the Fourth Hut she put lu r aims around
him nnd huggeil him up to hir and kli I
hU head, ami said;
You'll be ver) careiui, i'ony, won't jou"
You're all the I ttlt bo) w ve fcot, ami
If an) thing should Iinpptu to )ou " Site
secmul to be almost r)ing, anl J'onv
laukht d md salt- 'Wliv nothing- i oull ' i
lnpn l) u with hr mi g r.i-k-rs und
sht toull hav tin po I r t.) k- pi r h in,
and he would Jut maki a nake with it,,
L'.,i.,-,l Sf IllW tltf.hf. nil! It III Oil 11,1 Ihrtltl. 1. I
the graii loose, and then light one end I
'8i It, rA Bha ilpuW sco liovv Jl; sould eo.'jf
off nml not innke th least nolsf. Hut she
said sho did not want to ie It: onl hi
must be careful; nnd she kissed lilm aKflln
and let him ko, and when he rot nwa) he
could si" her wlpmir her eve. It seemiil
In lilm that slu wan erlllR a riwd deal
in those dns, and he cotlld not understand
what it was about Mic was nreil at
arv little thlnir and would whoop at the
bast noise, ami when his father would
sa. "Lucy, mv dr ir Klrl'" sho woulii burst
out crvlne- nnd nn that she could not lit Ip
II Hut she becinie better and bett r to
Tony all the tin- and It was this that
now made him asl mud wlHi Jim lotmrd,
In muse It made him not want to lun olt
pi i mm It.
He dm,- his to" In the turf, In Hie court
home )ard undi r the loeut tree, and did
not mix anvthlm:. till Jim I-onard asknl
him ir lie was afraid to so off and live with
the Indians, beuune If ho was Kolnir to bo
a cowardly calf lln that, It was all that
Jim 1-oiKiicl cold I do with him
Tonv denliil thai he wis afraid, but he
said that he ill I mt row to talk Indian,
and ho did not -, Jiow he was solnp to
git along -without.
- - .!
Jim Leonarl lauglud and sjld If that was
all. hi med not be anvlous "The Indians
don't talk at all hardlv, evin amuugst
n li oth t Thiy just make signs, didn't
vou know that' If )ou want something to
tat. vou point to )Oiir mouth and i hew ,
anl if .vou want a drink, vou opi n om
mouth and l.iep swallowing Wh n )ou
want to go to sleep )ou shut jour nn
and lean jour cheek over on )our hand
this tun That's nil the signs )ou lucl to
begin with, and vou'll learn the rest Now
suv, are )uii going with the Indians or
ain't you going-' It's )our only ihinte
Why, l'onv, what are )ou afraid of Hain't
jou alwa)-, wanted to sleep out doors anl
not do an) thing but hunt"
I'on) had to confess that he had, nnd
then Jim Leonard said ' Well, then th it s
wnat you'll do If vou go with the Indians.
I suppose vou'll hav, to go on the wai
path with thi m when jou git out there:
and if It's against thi whites jou wont
like it at llrst. but you'd got to remeinbi r
what the whltis have done to the Indians
i ver slm e Hit y discovered Amerlt a. und
vou'll soon git to feeling like nn Indian
inywa) um thin la, jou've got lo gel
ov r being afraid."
That made l'onv mad nnd ho said: "1
ain't atimd now "
"I know that." sold Jim Leonard. "Hut
what I mean Is, that If )ou git hurt, )ou
musn't hollo or el) or nn) thing, and even
when thi) 're scalping jou )Oti mustn't
evin muke a lace go as to lit them knoiv
that )uu fiel it."
Ity this time some of the other fellows
Iiegan to tome a round to hear what Jim
Leonard wu sajlng lo I'oii) A good
inuny of the Indians hid gone olf an
waj for the people had stopped stii king
quartets Into the gtounil fin Hum to shoot
.at, m.il Hu y could not shoot nt nothing
Jim Leonnid saw the fellows crowding
ui omul, but hi went on as if he did not
notice them ' You've , ,t tu go without
luting nnv thing fot weeks whin the ined
h Ine mm tills j'ou to; and wlun jou
ionic! bai li fiom tho warpath, ami the)
have H sciiln dance, ou've got to ktip
dancing till vou drop In a lit Whin they
give a dog fi um jou must eat dog iew
till jou iiin't swallow tiuottur mouthful,
and jou'll be so full that joti'll Just have
to Li) around for dn) without moving
Hut tho gieat thing Is to bear pain with
out bmlglngor stijlni; a slnele wold Majbe
jou'iii und to holloing, now wlun jou git
Tony conf'ssel that he hallowed a lit
tle, the cithi rs uliil to look a . if the) mvir
hollowid at all, and Jim Leon ird went out
"Wrll )iiu vi got to stop that If an
nrrow wis tu go tluoiihh )Ou and stitk
out ut j out b.uk oi mi) w lure, jou must
jut leaih aioiiiwl and pull it out und not
apeak Winn jou'io having the sun dame
I think its tho sun iluute, but I ain't
really iirtaltv-)tHi have got to stick a
hook through vmi light hue" he gi ibbed
I'ony b) the tniiaihs on his shoulders
"and let them pull jou up nu a pole and
hang Hit re as lung as the) pleane 'Hit) 'II
Pi )OU puiillie kradliull), so thai )uil
won't mind hardly unj thing Why, I've
tuactlct I a good deal b) injuir. and now
l'vu got m that I U.liio If jou was to slick
All of a sudden something whlxzeil alons
the iritiund and Jim Leonard stoontsl over
and laujhl outi of his ft it un In his hind.
und begun to cry and hollow Oh, oh oh.
uiv, ow, ow : uu, my loon im, irs iiroiveiii
1 know It U! Oh, i tin for thu doctor, do,
l'onv linker! I know I'm going to illo! Oh.
iiPtir, oil dear, oil dial !"
AM Hie Iki) cam-n crowding nround to
sie what the mitt r was, and the men
i ame, mo, and pret-y kkui snmonni found
an airow In tin gra , and then they knew
that it was a grept arrow mat n.ui nit
Jim Loonaul on tli side of the foot, lifter
missing one of thr ill nits thu was stuck
in I lie gtounil It it It was blunt, and it
had not hurt hiiu Hi it an) body could see,
cm ept milled tie skin olT a little on the
aiiklo bone Hut , m Leonard began to limp
aw ly towards I ome, and now, us the In
dians had all ;one bitk to their boats,
ami Hu f.l ms had nothing cltu to do,
Hu) went air rig with him
An li) II.iv kins held blin up on one side,
and ln Hlllird on the other, and Archy
said. "1 tell ).m, when I li'Mi.l Jim jell. I
thought It was a real Indian." and Iton
sttd. "I thougltt It wus the seulp hallos."
Archy sabl. "tho way 1 camo to think It
was a rt i 'Indian was thai u real Indian
v.r in iL
jiiv noise when nt s nun
m )fi iH "1 thoukht It was the S'-ilp-
hUj bc-sus. Jim was stoonlng over as If
he was tearing tho scalp off a white man.
Il..lu hn ii.iaII.Iki. . mi l,nt, I
"Well, pla-tico makes perfect, I rckon 1
Jl,m hdsu't t'9 eo. fnr. thu be jvouldj
'An Uontr nf Pretention la Wurlh n I'niimt
Theo two motto" IriVe befn the guide
and life work or He dltltiRUlhed Dr. Ilart
tnnii, pn sidont of Hie Surgical hole). He
his wrilbn mote to tench the people how
to pnunt disease than ntiy other living
writer He s.t)s the month of December
Is the tnnt ilaiigcroii' of th enr. In this
month 1 1 weather begins. Colds, potnths,
rwre Hiroat mid honre!iei, nil of which
re sure lo set tip chronic catarrh or con
sumption, are n quired In this month
more lhati ahv otlur TTmninhilx upon
Hui . in Is In gin their downward rond from
health to dlsi ip and ileiilh In this tnnnth
rhe due trr has had n lire-lonp i'perlrnn
with r tu tut in the prevention of these
nffiiHonx .Not nnlv has he prcscrlliwl It
for a vnsl mulllttide of piiple, but this
remt It hn been his constant slip Id
through bis man rnrs nf tinvel nnd uc
Hv protclon A bottle of I'c-m-tin,
rlghltv ud In the famllv at this sensun.
Is of Mtltti untold I'e-rii-ini i mis rntnrrh,
tires colds eiiti roimhs cures la nrtppe,
. uris all dp"iip due to catnrrhnl coiiris
tlons nf the inutoiis inpmbrnws lining the
Innd thro it brum hint tub" lungs, stom
nth kldnevs tin I i Ivh nipans
Dr Hat Inn n s lah t book on cnt.irrli nnd
iilsinses nf winter will be sent free for it
lltne bv The 'n.rii-nii Drug Mntitifactutlng
Compnnv, of Cnlutubus. O
mile when vou scilprd him or Just IiiurIi
If vmi shot an arrow thnuiKh hlln, or
woull let vou stick a honlt Into him mil
pull him ut to the top of a pol". Its lie.
i nlse he s begun at the other en I I'll bit
he colli 1 cat himself full nf dog slew, and
lav nround three ,iavs without stirring'
Jim Lionard thought Hu fillnus had
rome along tu pltv him nn I to help him.
but whin he henrd n hie Hawkins sa)
that anl Ititi Hlllatd lietnti to splutter und
rhiiko with the lauch In w is hoi ling In, he
Hung them off nnd In gun to light feroi lous.
lv at them with his lists, anl strike right
nnd h rt lilltidlv He btnke out irvltig anl
then th fellows made n ring ar mnd hi in
and dnnred and mocked him " II. v , Jim
what'd vou do If thev pnlli I otlt h i r
out'" "Jltntnv. oh, Jim' Woull vou hollo
much louder If thev tomihiwk' 1 vou""
".Show )our uncle lion to d un i till )ou
drop, Jim "
Thev kept on till Jim Leonarl pi kt 1 up
slones tu stone them, and then thi v all
inn awav, Jumping and Jeering till Hu v
got out of sight. It was about .linm r tini ,
.No one was left but l'onv Hiker He
stooped down over Jim wh. n In sit i rv
ing ovir his foot. "Docs it hurt inn h
Jltnmv"" he nked
"Ves, It hulls drendflillv l'onv The
skin's nil rubbed off. I'm afraid it s broki n
"Well, lit nip help jnu home," said
Hon), "lout mother can He It up then"
lie made Jim lean on him and kei p trvlng
his foot, and prett) soon thtv found le
could walk Willi It nearl) the sun. as the
other foot and before thev got to Jim's
house they wiro talking ind laughing to
gether. (To be Continued 1
FOSTER ON THE WEATHER,
rrninWn or Ileal) -nows (or the Months of
tlatiu.irv anil IVbruirr and a
Hiuiitli In Man b.
The stoun wnvis will reach this merid
ian and the othpr changts will incur tit
and within 100 miles or Kansas t'ltj within
twintj-tour hotns of b p. in. of the datiS
Decembei 22 Wnrincr
Decimber 2S Threatening.
Decemlfr Z Changeable.
Decetnbi r J5 Cooler.
Dtci nibr r U Warmer.
(Copjiluhtisl, 1S1-,, liv W T. roster)
St. Jiepli, Mo, Dec. 21 Mv- last bulletin
gave loietTts or the storm wavis to t ross
the conlintnt from the Jlst to -th nnd .'7lh
The net disturbance will reach the I'.i
cliic coast alwut January 1, cio-, the wist
of Itockies country by the close of the -d,
the great Cential valleys 3d to Sth, Hastern
This disturb inec will culminate the fii-t
peilod of moderite timptritures in Jnn
uuv and following It will be about two
weeks of low but lluctintlng tempiinturts
Then again will come two woks ot mod
erate tt inper.itures culminating In the hlgh
ist temperatutes about -Tth to J h wist of
the Mississippi and 23th and S)tli further
The warm wave will eros tho west of
Ilorkies countrv about January 1, gnat
Cential vallevs Sd, IListern s ites oth. Cool
vtave will tros the west of Itoikles coun
trv nlxiiit Jnuunrj 1, griat Cential valli)s
Cth. Hastem states sin.
This disturb in t will not caus gcntril
prtcipltatlon hut will Inaugurate a long i
period or heavy snows nnd rains whlih
will average heaviest for Janu.irv cist of
the Ilockhs and south of Dinver St Louis,
Clnilnnutl and Washington, extending to
the Northern states the last ot he month
and in Tibruaiv
Hv the i lose ot IMjruaiv tin whole Unit
ed Sttai s will be in good t n lit! in as to
rainfall but M.irth will inauguiai, a div
Tu rlod for large poitions of tin lountrv
April and Mav will t uise i rloiis riroutlw
In pkues, to such an iMent at least as to
make It ndvfsihle not to juit In ccit.tln
crops, for the drouth will suiel) mike thim
Otlwr lot illties will have too much rain
The i jp si asnn of ISil ha 1 u gmeril dr
ill lent v of lain but it will not be Hut way
In ls Large s . tlons will have too much,
other large nitinns a. ik licit m v , so that
for Hu who'i coiinti) ibout un uveiugu
rainfall mav be ixpected.
CHRISTMAS ANJJNEW YEAR'S I!
Via MUsnurl l'aillln llaltwav.
Holiday tlckits, lound trip will be on
sale Dei ember 21, J3, Jl, and Janu.ir) 1, to
nil points within 200 miles of Kansas CII),
Mo , at a rate of one and one-third fare.
Heturn limit Jimmy 2, lh The npplica
tlon of holiday rates will be t Mended to
students of nil colleges In Kansas City or
adjaint tin reto, on letti i or ceillllcato of
Ideniiilintlon by the incident ol same.
.Students' Hi kits on sale Dei ember -'rt to
Januar) 1. good for return J.inuai) .'. lick
ets on sale at
tori Main stieet,
102 I'nlon avenue,
(rami Avinue depot,
n S JHWHTT.
1'assengi r anil Tit kit Ahmt.
I'liloii riclllt ( linngn lline.
Commencing sutida), Decembir 1, His
California und Oron Limit, d. on thu
I'mun l'atlili, whl h at puniu haves ut
9 10 u in, v.lll ihaniio to leive ut 10 10 a
in. 'Uils "overland I'ljir" tonnects nt
Clio mne with the "fast Mail," and pool
tlvil) nukes the fastest time b) hours
frcm Knn-iis City lo l-.in fian. isco and
I'oitliud, ai riving in ban I'limls, o tho
third morning at 9 IJ, I'oitlatitl at T 00 the
thin! nuiining Tialn Is heated most iom
fortabl) with stuim lighted brilliantly with
tile lebhiated I'iiitsih Udit. A llist-casi
I'ullm.in ual.ue slfilng i ar tluoiikh with
out change. Kansas City to San Kinnclsio
All meals In I'ulliii.in inajnilleciit illnliw
cais Denvir and l'atlili io.ist fast Una
leavts as at prist nt, at 7 JO p m arriving
at Denver at 2 10 p m next day noon.
No otlur liiu dues It This train makes ill
reit lonnei tlons at Cheveiine with No. 1,
the ov.rianu i.iiiiiiiu. ior nan i ranclsco
mid Los Aiigflts,
Hest time Ilest service.
J. iJ I'ltAWLHV,
Oem rul Afeiit.
liupiirtaiit ( linage nf 'Hum
On the Maple Leaf (Chliago Oreat 'West
ern), ellecllvu Dtceiubcr 11 Two hours
mt off lliuii of all lialii.i. Chicago Lliultid
will leavu at 11 JO n m. dull), lusteid of
low a in Twin City Limited will le.avo
ut same time Limited from Clip ago Twin
Cities, Des Mulms and St. Joseph will ar
rive dully at 3.J0 pi m.. Instead uf i.a p in .
as nun Night Miriss will arrive at ! ,i0
p 111 dull), instead of ILK) p. la. Kiu ud
vertlsiiui'nt mid time table nf tho new
Twin fit) Spttlal, leaving Kansas City
i ver) nibht at s.w All trains leavi Orand
Cintral dipot, beiond and Wjundotto
Hot k 11 mil lUiiirsIiin to Hie 1'ai lllit Coast
Thu Griut Hock Island route Is now run.
lilug two personally conducted excursions
to the I'uiltlo toast itjih week One via
fort Worth and HI 1'iso, leaves Kunsus
Cltj ever) Tuesdaj at IOM a, m, and uuo
via Denvir and halt Like, leavis Kansas
City cvei) fildi) ut IDH a. m. Thiougli
Tourlot sletpers .to thu coast, U either
route for full fliformatlon, and rtsirva.
tlons, call on or address
A. II MOffUT, (1 S W. 1'. A.,
Eighth and Main, or IU30 Union avenue,
JOHN SKUAS I'lAN, Kansas City.
O, T, & 1' A.
The Wuhash railroad Is the only
um. from Kansas city to at. i.ouis. a
only lln running the fastest passenger
train. The Hack Is tho best and no turves
assures 4ou a pleasant night's iet. Thu
Wabash Is the only Hue that is strictly
In It , ::
Thire ore longer rallioads than the Chi
cago i. Alton, but It Is suft to su) th te
are no bittn Ti) It oiue, and jour testi
mony will be added to thu rist
The Santa l'e route is tho only line hav
ing a last duyllght tralu lo. ghlcago. -
i . .... . .
j says ii saves time saves money innices overworn uuncces- jg
I sary. Tell your wife about It. Your grocer bulls it. J
I Made only by
!The N. K. FnSrbank Company,
lot West 9th Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Tho Old ICrllahle Doctor. Oldest In Age, Longest Located. A Kecnla
01 l.railuato In JIfilli Inc.
: Authorized by tho StntD to treat CHRONIC, NCRY0US anl sriyiAL vulasla. ut re
'tnianititccd or money trlundcil. All medicines furnlrhcitrcitly 'for use. No ileton-
turn Irom business. J'atlcnts lit u illstnmo trcilcd by mail ami express. Mcillclnei
Fi'aTivTryw-hcro.freGJroturuoorbicaltiiBC. Chnrees low. utcj bu. J cases curco. ci an i
cxperlcuco tiro important. Vt .to your taso and stud for terms. Cousultatlou is Ino uuilcoutl-
Urntlal, either personally rrliylcttsr. .
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (fSJr?rcaency,:
proilucincr losses, pimplpl and blotches on thnfocc, rustics of blood to head, palus In back, con
tused Ideas and fowlfulness, b.ihtulnes, nrcrslcn to socictr, loss of sexual power, loss of
manhood, &e . curt il for life 1 tan stop bit night losses, restore lost ncTUtilpov7cr,ru.itoronera
and br.il J poiv cr, cnlatgo and strengthen w cak parti and make j ou lit for aiarriab'C.
Csr,-i!iiTic 11mt1erribloillsca8c,lnBllitsCfrJrf.i.e J'ermnncntlv cured without
OypjllllS, ,rais nml Mages cured forOLriUl.Ui t- caustic, cutting bougl3 o
life, lllooiirulsonlng. &kla Diseases, Ulcers. I sounds. No pain, no exposure. I'atlent, caa
fawellltics. c-orcs, i lonorrnirannti iiicci nti.nt
lormsof I'rlvnto Discasos jiosltlvcly cured or
Knotr 'r both Feics R3 pacc. W pictures,
OUUIV ruoto life with lull description 'if
aboTO diseases, tho effects and cure, sent scal
ed lu plain w rappt rf or Bo. in stamps. Head tula
lime puo anu ausn cr list oi iiucswuu
-. -m, i. I j.
i-ree iviuseum or Anatomy thousands otcunosiHt.3. Tho I aa.m.uoP.m.
life-llko models nnd wax (lpures deeply Impress tho mind; a school ot lu-l Sundays 10 to 12.
structloa a sermon without words. " . ..,
n sm k two Hrnaxltfcl In tha bank, tvhlch i uli fortit for aboot district that I ccsrnot euro,
J II V. Hinnru I'resllsnt.
I Hi Mtva ICOMi'F, Vlco I'res't
Foroiirn Drafts Issued on
it. . nuuiiiiAiiii.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
Ul-ALHRS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
1206 nnd 120S Union Ave. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo,
IAS.Vs 111V, Missouri.
Coriier Nineteentli and Wyoming Sts., Kansas Citjr, Mo.
ui' rii)A iifriiii: iiiiisi' iitni,i)i.(;.
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Oak, Ash, fiuin, Chen), Waluut, Poplar, lllrkory, llnttuniut,
lted Liilur, MliuBiiy, Itnl Wood, yiiHrtir Sawed HeU mid Whitu Oak,
llarilwiuid J lonriiiur,
l'oplar hiiuares, Wuson stoik, lluluttT nml Newel Htock.
Van! and (Hike,
Yt. b. 1VOODS, Pretldeut. Vf. A. HULE, Onihlsr
The National Bank of Commerce,
SIXTH AND DELAWARE STREETS.
Accounts solicited, and depositors offered every facility consistent
with good banking;.
W. A. WILSON WM IIUTTIO J0& CAHN J. II AUKOLD WH ASKEW.
j a r.anLiiori". h a aiisold n c. vvaihj s. j. rrrziiuon. w. p vookhees.
li. M COl,li J.J. HVAOKKOKIX CHEbTHK A. SNIUHH. W. t. WOOUb. W. A. ltOI.E.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Co.,
KANSAS CI 11, .IIISSIHIIII.
C.llilllll ... t.I,'.'Ji(l,IIOU.
huridun and t'liilivldeil I'rollls, VII011, (.
AUTIUK U STII.WHHL. I'resldent.
Vice presidents; 1st. J Mel), Trimble; 2d.
R 1. .Martin. Sd, W. S3. Taylor; 4th, Jacques
Itoht It Cone. Secretary; ffm, S. Taylor.
Tnanurir. Krank II Wilcox, Asst. Treas ;
Jacques T. Nolthenlus, Asst. becy ; II S.
Moshtr. Jd Asst Secy,; Trimble A. Braley,
Kit i illt'K u (ieueral 'I runt llii.lneas.
Aits ii 'I rtintii, Iriutfir AkiiiI or lli'K
l.lrar fur (.'urporitliuis.
Aits as l.irt ntur. AilmliiUtratiir, (Juard
iau, or 'Iriibtrti uf l.tate..
(ollttl. We. tern .MurtKa;fi.
'lakes tliitri;' of properties, lollcitliiK
reutii, paiui; tans, iti., for l'a. turn lu
Kansas City Directors; A R Stllwell; H.
L. Martin, A A Mosher, I'rank Cooper, K.
A Faxon J McH Trimble, Hoot. Glllham.
Jactpits T Nolt'ienlus
Good business pper, strong makers an4
lndoisers, or food tollatirul Such as can
bear Investigation tan he used promptly at
Hurtles hav Ins such paper to offer ploasa
cornspond with us. Telephone KIM.
tUIUAlill mill KANSAS CITV tOMMHx
M. Ii AI1HI.I. It. UI Delaware street.
Houston, Fible & Go,
(Successors to Win. J, Wollnun & Co.)
BONDS, STOCKS cuWWS.lAV
8411 IleUiiurit Btrect, Kun.ii. ( Ity, Mo.
A, J, GILLESPIE!
1. J; (SII.UHSHIK.
& co. 1 J r. au.i.Ksi'iE.
Commhslun Merchants, Kansas City
Liberal advances made to parties fefdlntf
stock, HulnK letdliiK cattle on orders a
specialty. Correspondence solicited. tTcl.
phono No. 1S23.
i i. rj. tiiiiiir.orir,.
Write to us for best plan to buy corn.
and why vou should lomnuiiie buvlne
now, also best plan to trade In wheat on
Chlcatfo board of trade, l'lrst-cl.iss refer-
enecs furnished. J. W. Baktr i. Cp., SJ3
Itlulto bWB.. Chicago. '
. . ,. . . . :
St. Louis. !
over 7 iours npcimi inicuiT.
a hihiuu iituminiiiiiuiuii
Dlioumnfiem Th" Oreat Turkisli
ivit-ui""!.!!! Khotimiitlii Cure, i,
SUHBCUKU. Tho crcitest, discovery lu tho
utinals ct medicine. Ous iloso fives relief; a
fewdosis remove foyer and palu la lolnts;
euro In a few days. Send statement of caso,
with stamp ior circular.
Cn Mi.n nnl. Rentetnwlthl orriCIUOlKSl
New York Life Building,
It. D Cm isciio.1 Cashier D A. Mi-Kiniifv
J II KtlllP II. J. IIUCKR, S b. fahllAi
All Parts of the Old World.
J. c. noitio.v.
Wentworth Miiilary Academy!
ThoOldist tllllurj Sthool In the West Ihajrcsent Is tho mostsuc
cesiful v ear In lis history and there are very low rooms not occupied or
ensj(;i'rt l'er-ons Interested will do well to apply at ouco for admission
loi the second teim Send for cil-ilogue
SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A.. Supt.,
I.HXINIJTOX, MO. '
KANSAS CITT. MISSOURI.
C I) FKKNCH. Tresldent,
WYAN' Ni.LSiUN, Secretury nnd Treasurer.
l.s Alll,lst.i, is; a.
Orders executed for future delivery of
Grain nnd I'rovlslons.
Ifuoius 0. 1 and .'.'. Kxchanee bid?
l'rlvate wires to Chliauo, New York and
MILLS Commission Co.,
103 Nevr York Life Hulldln-;.
Telephone I1SS KANSAS CITV, MO.
Healers In OHAIN und I'ltOVISIONS for
future delivery, mid NUW YOHIC STOC1CH
and IIONHb. Oidus by mall or liktiraun.
Leased wires to Chicago and New York.
Itefer to HradBtreet's and Hun's Mercan.
tile AitmcliH, New Hnu'laud tiufu Deposit
nnd Trust Company,
a. nixon, il. . Lincoln, c. O, UUon.
1'res. 4- Treas. Vice l'rcs. Secrttarv.
j CHARLES DIXON COMMISSION CO,,
I llf F OTnni SALESMEN
LIVE 0 I Uijfi BROKERS.
Kuutut City block arils, Trl. laiiD.
We buy feeders on orders and make rea
sonable advances to responsible parties
Wrltu us fot Information and market rei
H. P. WRIGHT & CO.
STOCKS and BONDS.
Ths only firm In Kansas City dealing In
bonds and stocks exclusively. High sraju
bonds und stocks always oo hariii. Beuil
(or our quotation!,.
TEL. JCJt DOO DHLAWAIIB ST,
W, J, Anderson,
TW Delaware st , Kansas City, Mo. Com.
mercial I'aper, Stocks and Honda. lUal
li .lilt l.o.uis.
Arke, McMillan & Stewart,
Aim promoters in mining stocks and prop-
erties. (Illicit. Kut?l.ririin hlnL- CIa.u,
Springs; ottices, Aspeu, CoL Lon'if dlsUuCt
'ihoav, Ai. Uqx. m v VUI'a",'"
X Case, Ludd & Small, Attorneys.
1 10 DOOR company:
s. . lBw -