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r ) 'Mb ) 1W IN TWENTY YEARS. BRADSTREET'S OPINION OF THE BUSINESS SITUATION. THE CUTLQOK NOT ENCOURAGIHG. The Only ftaeouraglng Industrial Feature J tlie,I?rfeeble fcettlement of Next Reason's Iron Mid Steel War , Seal Without a Strike The Espurt of ' Wheat The Price Movement. New York, May :!! llratlitrec' Trade Jteview nays: "Tlie ttnfavor nble conditions prevailing i com mercial and industrial circled throughout tlio country, together with the prospect for no material improvement during tlio sum mer, marks the present seuson as probably tlio dullest relatively for twenty years. At no time since panic, and business depression mani fested themselves lust year have re ports as to the volume of sales of merchamllNe, the manufacture of - staple goods and the indisposition of merchants generally to buy except for absolutely immediate wants, been so pronounced and so general through out the country as during the past few weeks. "Superficial examination of busi ness conditions leading to unwar ranted optimistic conclusions as to the nearby future of trade have not Wen wanting; but, as a matter of -fact, bused on comprehensive and careful examination, the next few months promise a continuance, if not as intensifying; of existing conditions of extreme dullness and depression. "Juit unfavorable ud vices come front I'it4sburg, where there are nuwerons shut-downs, involving large numbers of men. The total number of industrial employes idle as a result . i i . i.i ... nr. turn n . i 1. - ...... I l.ii.. i . J strilte, which now appears likely to All. 1H ZJII.U1MJ. Ill 41.1. LI W lmU UHLl'lKl result of strikes, making the total number now idle 235,000. An encour aging industrial feature is the prob able settlement ot next season s Iron .. A -. 1 .... I 1.1 a. ...!!.. aA "Exports of wheat (flour included), r X both coasts, United (States and Canada, ; this week equal 8,310,000 busliels, against 2,420,tiK) busliels last week, 3,10(1,000 bnshels a year ago 2,2O,O0O bushels two yearn ago and a, 31'-', 000 bushels three years ago. The price movement as to staples continues to e-saw cotton, wheat, corn and oats mil reacting slightly from former de pressions, while, wool, sugar, lard, coffee and live stock all show do line." Clearing House Returns. New Youk, May as. The following liBt, compiled by liradstreet'a, gives the clearing house returns for the week ending May 24, 1804,and the per rentage of increase or decrease as compared with the corresponding week of 183: Cities Clearing Duo, Kuna City, Omuha. ...... Denver , tit JoHf.ph. .. Lincoln,,... . 19,02411 in o.iie;i,7 4, 7SS,7 10.7 5.5 SW.I) 8.9 ii.'s i l,47S.UhH Topeka ,-, Wichita 4H6,7U SI7,i!U3 DO. 8 BAPTIST PUBLICATIONS. laterestlag MtatWtlce Khttwlug the Num ber related the rant Year. Saratoga, N. Y.. May 28. The American Baptist Publication society began its seventeenth anniversary here yesterday. The annual ad' dress was made by Samuel A t.rozter oi v;nesier, ra. Dorty-nine new publications have been issued during the year. Of these 137,000 copies have been printed. The entire number of books, pamphlets, periodicals and tracts, new and old, printed during the year is more than 3.', 700,000, an increase over the num ber isMiod the last year of more than ,1,000. The total Issues since the or ganization of the society are over. WO, 000,000 copies of books, pamphlets, periodical and tracts. During the year there have leeu ismied over 34,- y w vi tits.,- u in.nivu uivi if 000,000 copies of periodicals alone, Jtiercaseof tCiO.uoo copies over lustyei an ear. A fCHNT FOR BRECKINRIDGE friend of the ( uloii Nuci-eeil in Hav ing a !' 4'ouventlun Called. Fiil.hoi:r, Ky May 28. The meeting of the Democratic eongres sional district committee here yester day to select a method and time for nominating u Nuccessor to Colonel Hrei'klnrUlge, decided on holdiug a primary September IS. The meeting M a victory for the UrccUuridge men, they much preferred a lute primary, thu'iis' friends tvatiU-d an -arly primary. The meeting wa an viinm one, ami the ruitiu crowded. Many prominent politician were tiert. aiiiiuiL' them lirimr II, m. W. r tlvvrtia and Kvan Iv. Settle, cumlidittot fuUiit t'olonil lliecaliiriilge, Mr. M-ttle aiUtrensed a large auttlentte in the afieiinsm. Di-i-lia lire kini I. tire was her for his Vullier, l'UU With I tMiUii iiuii, JillMtM t in, Mvt., May . The fc jrar ol.l dauuhler of Dr, J, II, h riyrltt of Appletou, uM.t, who u USUmr her itraml mutlier. Mr I iftt r itf CetUr t it v.w a at rideiiub )y ktiotand klllrd lerliv uiorultig y llwrman lirutiiittr. a II year-oUi riMMril t Mri. wniss Umii, Mie ut up suit in rail tlrwaiotr, He hatitllititf iHit '. witMi u dUvhi(fa .ut a the httle Mtie He -! log the Jm..r, 'I he Ine v livatlv tiu half of Utt kid ami ktlliiig tiff ill ttatUl), . . . . . . W huiui al tltiuu. tlVtSTv, Kau., M4,v S. The hum t t ( hl dtotrk't htte lrd ti ktrika dy. In the I'l. want.ui dm. tr lit are fctnul v unit win IHte 'X REPORTER EDWARDS REFUSES. Declines to ;ive Xauies to the Sugar Trust Investigating Committee. r W.4smxjToy, May 28.-Judge Dit tenluefer, counsel for Correspondent Edwards, appeared yesterday before the sugar trust investigation and an nounced lie had advised his client not to give the committee the names of the persons from whom he re ceived certain information bearing upon the subject under investigation, lie quoted -the supreme court decis ions in the Kilboiu uo and C'ounselman cases ta support -of his position. Among other - reasons, Judge DHten hosfer stated that for Mr. hdwards to disclose the names of his informants would be to degrade him as a news paper man. The committee overruled Judjrc Dittenhoefer's objections, and again calling Mr. Edward in, repeated its demand that he give the names re quested In the first instance, and re peated his final decision not to comply with the demand, lie was then ex cused, and the committee again went into secret session. No decision as to a future course of action was reached. . Senator Catfery and ex-Congress-mun i.o I'cvre of Louisiana were be fore the committee later, and denied the story of their participation in the alleged conference with the sugar trust. . APPEAL NOT SUSTAINED. Soullierit rretbyteriao Take J-'lnl Action in the Meant Caie. Nasiiviu.k, Tenn., May 28.-In the general assembly of the Southern 1'resbyterian church yesterday, the Means case was taken up and argu ment wits resumed by Dr. Flynn. lie argued that the use of the. telephone on Sunday was a necessity, and the result of its use was to lessen Sunday labor. His speech was a strong pres entation of the synod's position. Dr. I .ii per followed and spoke in favor of enforcing tho law as it stood, uud not construe laws to tit every case. This was not a question of what the law should be, but what it was. If Miss Means' work was a necessity she should not be dis ciplined, if it was not she should be. The question was, did the synod do right? He argued that the session and 1'resbytery did right. Then the vote was taken, and each member had two minutes to explain his vote and express his view. The rollall began at 4:20 and closed at 5; 40. The result was, not to sustain the appeal from the synod, 77; to sustaia, 48; to sus tain in part, 8, A ItiK 41 eaL CorxMurs, Kan., May 28. A large deal for Cherokee county coal land was completed yesterday and the money paid over amounted to about 8.')0,00ft, the- purchasers being tho Southwestern Coal and Improvement company, represented by Thomas Fleming of Coalgatc, I. T. It is said by those who claim to know that this land is boLug bought in the interest of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas liailroad company. ' Shot kf Trtmpt. Omaha, Neb., May 28. When freight train No. 78, on the Burling ton, leaving Council Bluffs at 8:15 last evening, bad reached a point about two mUea cast of the city, Brakemau Stukesbury noticed five tramps on a flat car. lie ordered them oil, when one ut them fired two shots at him, the first ballet going through tho throat and the second entering th3 left ear. The throat wound is fatal. Killed in a Dael Over s Woman. TiAKUEB, Wya, May 2 8. Robert Dixon a ad William Harvey, employes of the Diamond Development com pany at Miners lieiigbt, lought a duel in consequence of a quarrel over Dixon'awife, whose affections, Dixon Claimed, Harvey had alienated. After a tierce tight, starting with blows, Dixon shot and killed Harvey. Dixon, who is from Chadron, Neb., gave him self up. Judge Mcflevertj Deeliaen. Fort Stiorr, Kan., May 28. In reply to a number of letters from some of the leading Populists of the Seebnd district asking him to accept the Pop ulist nomination for congress in this district, Judge J. 1). McCleverty has addressed letters to J. W, Stone of Fulton and II. C. Clay of Maney in forming them that he will not accept the nomination. Colored Miners frenetic au ritiiualnui. Pmsiu.itfi, Kan.. May 28. An unex pected turn in strike affairs liasoi-- enrreu here. 1 he Manama colored miners in Kansas and Texas shaft No, 22, at Litchfield, have demanded 00 cents per ton for mine coal run the year round, the alternative being an exodus of this element to the Indian Territory, tX"iul Kr. Smith. Saiiatooa, X. Y May 2.- The pro eedlngs in the Smith heresy case, yesterday reached the lust order, und the iik-uiImt In-if u it to express their individual views as the roll w called. Torty-five thrrc-iiilnute speeches were delivered, ami the treud of opinion nun shown by the fact that only eleven of them were in favor of riisU'miiig the appval. Mixing 1'laul atruyei hjr tire. hh C i i v. Mi, May vs. The tiun eral Nobla plant, mi huoker Flat, was t'iuple ly dvslrtiyed by lire, aupixiMui Inot'iiiUiriMU. Loss, l i.iliK); small lu k u ranee, "A Tobacco 8tinkin( Urttth" la not a nlco thier to t carrying around with you; If you are tired ut It and want the mean of an rr rvlcaw, g i a box f NU-TtMUC, the Wrnle, luaranleed tohaevu banii cure; our Hill hook, railed "Don't Toliaeoo Spit or Smok Your I.lfe Ay" tells all about it; you can get a eopv of it, or buy MMO HAUof u. X. lara lrug Co,, our agenU; or book wlU hn mailed frea Ulrrvt I root th ataoulavturera i.'Iuhi Adore, Si kau Nil lisMt-HV Cu , No, Handolph ., ( hb'go. IU. A ay one eaa obtain frs diver lifrt lunnbf adJnMatnc Tha I'an-Amerloaa Ht MuUlt) Asms lathm. Denver. Colo,. and eclualag hmU lor aaroa. I'm NorlhwMtorn liia to Chicago. UwraWt, raHialn, OK! 11JJ0&L OUR NATIONAL PLATFORM. The People' Party Platform Adopted t at Omaha July 4,1892. . Assembled upon the llGth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the People party of America, la their first national convention, invoking upon their action the blessing's of Almighty God, puts forth in the name and on be half of the people of this country the following preamble and declaration of principles: PREAMBLE. The conditions wnicn surround ua best justify our co-operation. We meet la the midst of ft nation brought to the verge of moral, political and material rnin. Corruption dominates the ballot box the legislatures, the congress, and touches even the ermine of the beach, rhe people are demoralized; most of the states have been compelled to iso late the voters at the polling places to pre ventunlversal intimidation or bri bery. The newspapers are largely sub sidized or muzzled, publio opinion silenced; business prostrated; our homes covered with mortgages; labor impover ished and the land concentrating in the hands of capitalists. The urban work men are denied the right of organiza tion for self protection; Imported pau perized labor beats down their wages, a hireling standing army, unrecognized by our laws, is established to shook them down; and they are rapidly de generating into European conditions. The fruits of the toll of millions are boldly stolen to build up colossal for tunes for a few, unprecedented in the hostory of mankind; and the possessors of these, in turn, despise the republic and endanger liberty. From the same prolific womb of governmental injustice we breed tho two great classes tramps and millionaires. The national power to create money is appropriated to en rich bondholders. A vast public debt, payable in legal tender currency, has been funded into gold-bearing bonds,, thereby adding millions to the burdens of the people, Silver, which has been accepted as ooln since the dawn of history has been demonetized to add to the purchasing power of gold by decreasing; the value of all forms of property aa well as hu man labor, and the supply of currency is purposely abridged to fatten usurers, bankrupt enterprise and enslave indus tries. A vast conspiracy against man kind has been organized on two conti nents and it is rapidly taking possession of the world. If not met and over thrown at once, it forebodes terrible social convulsions, the destruction of civilisation or the establishment of an, absolute despotism. We have witnessed for more than quarter of ft century the struggles of the two great political parties for power and plunder, while griev ous wrongs have been inflicted. upon a suffering people, we enarge: that the controlling influences dominat ing both these parties have permitted! the existing dreadful conditions to dei velop, without serious efforts to prevent r restrain them. Neltherdo they now promise us any substantial reform. They have agreed together to ignore, in the coming campaign, every issue but oae. They propose to drown the outcries of a plundered people with the uproar of a sham battle over the tariff, so that capitalists, corporations, nation al banks, rings, trusts, watered stock, the demonetization of silver and the expressions of the usurers may all be lost sight of. They propose to sacrifice our homes, lives and children on the altar of mammon; to destroy the multi tude in order to secure corruption funds from the millionaires. Assembled en the anniversary of the birthday of the nation and filled with the spirit of the grand generation which established our independence, we seek to restore the government of the republic to the bands of "the plain people," with whom It originated. a We assert our purposes to be Identical with the purposes of the national con stitution: "To form more perlect union, establish Justice, insure doses- tio tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and seaure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity." We declare that this republic can only endure as a free government while built upon the love of the whole people for each other and for the nation; that it cannot be pinned together by bayonet; thai the civil war is ever and that every paatloa and resentment which grew out ot it must die with it, and that we must be la fact as we are In aame, the united brotasrhood ot free men. Out country finds Itself confronted by condition for which there U no prece dent la the history of the world; our annual agricultural production amount to billions ct dollars la value, which must wlta'.a a taw wekt or uiontht W eichangvd (or billions ot dollars of com BoUll!e consumed la tbetr production; ths slitting currency supply t wholly Inadequate to make this etchangs; tho results are falling prices, t:. formation ot combisis aid rtas and the Ira poverUQtuaalof the producing via. We p'.tJf eurawlvts that, f glvea power, we will Ul-or to correct tb it evils by w'.n and reasonable left ittua la accordance wttk the terou ot our platform. We bslleve thai the powers ot government-la other words, ot tho people should lie tipanUod Ui Is the ciaa at the postal service) as rapidly and as far as the good sense of an intelligent people and the teachings of experience shall justify, to the end that oppression, injus tice : and poverty shall eventually cease in the land. While our sympathies as a 'party of reform are naturally upon the side of every proposition which will tend to make men intelligent, virtuous aad temperate, we nevertheless regard these questions, important as they are, as secondary to the great , issues now pressing for solution, and upon which not only our individual prosperity, but the very existence of free. Institutions depend; and we ask' all men to first help us to determine whether we are to have republic to administer, before we differ as to the conditions upon which it is to be administered. Believ ing that the forces of reform this day organized will never cease to move forward until every wrong is remedied, and equal rights and equal privileges securely established for all men and "omen of the country, therefore: WE DECLARE st That the union of the labor forces of the United States, this dsy consummated, shall be permanent and perpetual. May its spirit enter into all hearts for the salvation of the republio and the uplifting of mankind. Second-rWealth belongs to him who creates it, and every dollar taken from industry without an equivalent is rob bery. "If any will not work, neither shall he eat." The Interests of rural and civic labor are the same; their ene mies Identical. Third We believe that the time has come when the railroad corporations will either own the people or the people mus. own the railroads, and should the government enter , upon the work of owning and managing any or all rail roads, we should favor an amendment to the constitution by which all persons engaged in the government service Bhall be placed under a civil service regulation of the most rigid character; so as to prevent the increase of the power of the national administration by the use of such additional government! employees. PLATFORM. We demand a national currency, safe, sound and flexible, Issued by the gene ral government only, a full legal tender for all debts, publio and private, and that without the use of banking corporations; that a just, equit able and efficient means of distribution direct to the people, at tax not to ex ceed two per cent.- per annum, to be provided, as set forth in the subtreasury plan ot the Farmers' Alliance, or some better system; also by payments in dis charge of its obligations for public im provements. We demand the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the present legal ratio of lft to 1. We demand that the amount of clrcu lating medium be speedily increased to not less than 150 per capita. We demand ft graduated income tax. We believe that the moneys of the country should be kept as much as pos sible in the hands of the people, aad hence we demand that all state and national revenues shall be limited to the necessary expenses of the govern' ment, economically and honestly ad ministered. We demand that postal savings banks be established by the government, for the safe deposit of the earnings of the people, and to facilitate exchange. Transportation being a means of ex change and a public necessity, the gov ernment should own and operate the railroads In the interest of the people. The telegraph and telephone, like the postoffice system being ft necessity for transmission of news, should be owned and operated by the government in the interest of the people. The land, including all the natural resources of wealth, is the heritage of ail the people, and should not be mono polized for speculative purposes, and alien ownership ef land should be pro hibited. AH lands now held by rail roads and other corporations in excess of their actual needs, and all lands now owned by aliens, should be reclaimed by the government and held for actual settlers only. Use Northwestern line to Chlcaro Low rates. Kaat trains. Office 1133 OSt. The Opelt hotel is headquarters ot V, 11. Dt'ch, Division Commander ot the Ancient Order of Loyal Americans Kiom 5. W. II. Decii. To the land of Ha4 Apple tla tee Missouri Tactile route leb. 1st, for one far for the rcuod trip good days. Call on Wl Daniels. C. 1'. A T. A. 1901 U itrot Lincoln, Neb. Touiista tiora Minnesota Paints. Commencing" October 5th. a Tourist car leave Minneapolis every Thursday looming and runs to TuebTo and via AUrt i to Columbus Junction, r riving at HrtU p. m. and ihttro ct.tHtct with our C. 11 I, 4 l train No, 13 which wUI hold at that point for ar rivat ot tne . u, it, ,v s. train tarry. Id if that car, and via Kan-. City arrive at lusblo aooiad morning, lUglnnlng Oetobr r luth, Tuurltt car will Wave Albwrt every Tutsday moralng and run via MluBatoll A bi l.oul Uy, through Angus to IV Molue. arriving at night, and ther lay ever and be taken wl on "Hlg Klv Fri day morning, and rt n vlaOu.tla, Lin coln and iwTUvllle to I'uetk BOOKS FOR THE MASSES. Get these books and our paper as fast aa you can into tne nanas oi tne people, friends. Buy, read and circulate. Address all orders to the Wealth Makehs Pub. Co., ' Lincoln, Neb. Civilization's Inferno. BT B. O. FLO WIS. Studies la tb social cellar. A nimjle. thrilllag report of what The Arena editor loosed uDOa with hl own eyes In the tenement dlalrteu ot Boaton. A book which noil areatlv atartu and arooaa men. Cloth 11.00, paper M oenta. Leo king Backward, BY EDWARD BCLLAHT A book no on can afford to mias reaalag. "It has revolutionized the vhoufbt ot Uecoaatrr aa no other book has ever done." Translated Into nearlv all Kuronean last narea. a rantt entertaining itonrthatleta In lha lull llrht of heaven on the great social problem. Millions bava already read lb. klotb li 10. nanar so cents. The Duties of Man. BY JOSKTH MAZZIBI. The great Italian, whose heart ambraead the World and whoee thought will aerer die. Ha llred and suffered for the lnduntrlal and politi tl and polltl Postpaid, IS cal emancipation ot Ua suase. cents. Ten Men of Money Island. BY COL. 8. F. NORTON1. Another book to scatter siywhare. It is the money and money question made Dimple Moat Interestingly Instructive. Elffbtyelghtpages. Post paid, 10 cents, 8 for 25 cents. Brrers in ur Monetary System and the Remedy. BY MARY E. BOB ART. 25 cents. We bare not vet seen this hook. but the editor of The Coming Nation ' very strongly recommends It. "The Dogs and the Fleas." This book Is the strongest niece of satirical nd allegorical writing which has yet appear ed agaumt tne iorce oi oppremo ana em. Toe dogs represent tbe worken and the fleas the blood sucking monopolists. Tbe sthlnal force the story i great aad despotic- power and greed get a fearful shaking up by this to ns previously unheard of author, Doogta Me- uaiium. Tne book Is finely Illustrated with numerous cartoons. Price in paper, 60 cents. Al; A Social Vision. A new book by a nowerfnl ethical novelist. Charles H. Daniel, of Phllidelphla. published by the Arena Pnbllehleg i'e, ttbouid be In every true man's - library. Full ef the new inougnt or mis time or social awakening aaa questioning. In paper, 60 cents. Order through ua. London Money Power; the Great Red Dragon. Br t. B. oolfolk. D. D. New and revised edition. Price In paper, 60 cents. Tbe New Redemption, This book by Rev. Georee D. Herron. D. D. Professor of Applied C'hrUtltnity in lowa Col lege Is virtually a new discovery of both the. law and the goapel.an uncovering of the truth from accumulated temple rubbish, the truth which alone can save the Individual and socletyr It is tbe goepel of love in action, tba Industrial, commercial goHpel as distinguished from a Sunday gospel. In cloth binding, 171 pages, 7 cents. A Plea for tbe Qospel. This book, by tbe same author as tbe preced Ing. is a mo' searching examination of tb preachlo .id work of tbe cburch, 8am price as ve, 76 cents. CTOCRWRIX n aAD BOT. TwentT-tbrte side. V splitting dialogues. ln(B aad grow fat. Sloner, lend and transportation In broken doses. Warranted to make more Poj,ullt to tbe square inch than anytblng In print. Points for Thinkers knoekstnea.O. P. sUly. Uovernment Ownersnli of Railroads paralrtea 'em. 10 cents eachi tee ailed, postpaid, lor St cents from this ofasa, A Co-operative Commonwealth. BY LAWRENCE GBORLUND. A book for all who believe the competitive commercial struggle should be superseded by a jus economic system oi production ana ais tri button. A book also for those who believe competition necessary. SOcents. Postpaid, paper oarers Tbe Railroad Question, 3SY WM, LARRABKE. Tb matter presented In the 4A9 pages ef this douk. arawn lrum an we American aso icnra. pean literature neariag on tb railroad prob lem. Is most valuable. Read this book and you will be thoroughly Informed on one of tbe great over-snaaowiag quesuoas oi tb day. Cloth 11.60. the Seven Financial Conspiracies, BY MRS. S.X.Y.IMBRY This little book, which ha bad largest clreula tienand influence In tbe Farmer Alliance, shows how the Money Power ha gathered it vast plunder. A beok to sow broadcast over in lana. 60 cent. Post paid, 10 ct., I for 26 cu., 7 fer Six Centuries of Work and Wages. BY J. E. THOROLD aOOERS. M. P. Abridged with chart and summary. The faeta and the thought summary of six large volume. A historic collection of most valuable fo for mation Deanng on tbe present crisis, by Rev. W. D. P. lillfci. Introduction hv Prof. R. T. fly ot tbe Stat University of Wisconsin, i'aper. SS cents. Peopl'ea Party Campaign Literature. We have received from Headquarters at Washington the following list of campaign literature which can be ob tained at prices given by writing to Headquarters for it: a, 8 111 a, e. o, 8 8 8 8 S 8 i i Analysis ot tbe Money yuextlon '-by Sena tor John P.Jones.,.. . i for 11 00 . II 00 II to s 00 .0.' 40 75 1 00 .03 (A IIS 100 .03 & 1 10 I CO .01 M Ik) IU r.'j n leg (4 m 1 sui 1 so I Tbe Science of Woney- 11 y heuskir 111. siewart O'ining tbe tiolork'e Ity senator ptewart Inii and alei-f Bond Hytmior wm. . Allen Money Qurwtioa from a Uy hnaior Wm. V. Allen... The Money yuextUia nr Hebaur u. a. PiiBer... Tbe In-Mine T H)' t.(e'oL M. C Frw Oanae of M.ver Hv Lafe r.nc.N.U HoiittU atid Mable Mnuer Hv Junn Itavts, M. t 1 h Moiiy vtMltan HyJerri biu;wB. The above is only a partial list. Others will be added as soon as eut. Tbeve tpveuhe are furaished at coat, and we earnestly request that all state, county and local comtcUieet, alto all Vcple'e I'arty Club, !ion, andi'eo p!' irty t ot!t aMt.it la circulating iLU Ukiiatnre, U U tie bt plan to al ranee our t ause yc4 aUcpUd. A catalogue cofaieicg a compete Ut of rr'orm looks, pa. l,'.u, acf ar, etc., will m at etoJt from Aral i, jirkr at an va;lf day. Sad one writ tamp for iam. Srt.i all orders ta 8 fnrd; J. H. Tt ftatn, ifrfan, Ave. 11. K. Tacmlnsck, Ctalrasa. J. H. Tvrskk, ,Scrt tary. Biood ionic .Builder d;rijiAe ; vvtlliatlS JIEDICLNE CO.. . Schcnecudv.N.V. aadlrockvtUe.Oot I RATIONAL . . . K BUSINESS COLLIdl, I I "RIALTO BLD'G., NEXT TO POST" OFFICE," KANSAS CIIT, MO. I Most Practical Business College In the I baortnana, Typewriting, hooh-i ag and Telegraphy. tHiortband I ill. Three lessons free. 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IIJjJliaiUUBmuaJl Great Rock IslmidRodh TO THE EAST. tEST d:x:x3 cm service in theworu The Hook Island Is oremwt In adopW lng any advanUge calculaUrd to tm prove HHid and give that luxury, safety and cumfort that popular patronage de mands. It equipment is thoroughly complete with vtstlbuled trains, ma nlflw-nt dining cars, sleDiwrs and ebal coaches, all uio mtt tiff wit, and of recently improved patUiros. Faithful and cabl managfsSMt and pullle, hn) aervlce from liy are impoitant item. They ars a double duty-to the Company and M trayelort and it I omt,ities a ta4 dlWotilt ot awoplihmBt I ' Hrs on this Una Ul And litUd cauve tes wm plaint on that ground. r'or full particular as to tlpkeia.niaia, ratrs, apply to any outipoa ticket oftses In the United Utaise, Ctna.la or alexias or address: JNO. 8k.UA.HTIAN, ti.a l 1 St. ra Aft. t"Si.rv 0 aST iOHW. tie t kMMMrsr. f.eslli Tbe cheapest r'1' ,(,r Kionuineat It at lino, Nattercniu's, St) ikuth Math St , Uoootn. 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