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HE KNEW HIS RIGHTS.
' the Paid Minion of nOmiiplnff Monop
oly was outwitted.
A westbound trrtln had just pulled
mn of tlio iinloU station, nnd the con
ductor wis harvesting tickets. All tlio
Boat were tnken nnd several pnsscn
gcrn were obliged lo stand up.
' mon(f the titter was a diffident
lauklnif, mild mannered man, who,
much to tlm conductor's surprise, ro
fused to rI re up a HeltoU
"When I get a scat you jret n ticket,"
ho remarked mildly hut firmly. "You
lire probably nwnro that tho company
ennuot collect faro from passengers
thom It does not provldo with scats."
"Oh, como now) that don't go. I
want your ticket, see?" Thus spoko
tho conductor in i tono that Indicated
that ho believed ho would Intimidate
tho mild mannered man.
"No scat, no tlcltcU" laconically ob-
isorvcd the latter.
"Wo'll sco about that," growled tho
conductor, who was becoming unite
warm In tho region of tho collar.
"I would If I wcro you," remarked
tho passenger, still mildly, smiling
Then the conductor hustled around
nnd finally found a brother conductor,
who was going p tho road a way,
whom ho Induced to glvo up his scat to
tho mildly firm passenger.
"There's n seat for you now glvo mo
that ticket," said tho conductor In a
"Certainly, hero It Is."
And tho mild but firm passenger
handed out a pass good to Chicago.
Albany Morning Express.
Tho teacher had notified Hlrnm
riunkctt ho would bo expected to re
main after school was dismissed as a
punishment for misconduct. Illrnin
was ono of tho big boys, nnd thcro was
11 perceptible tremor in his voico as ho
came awkwardly up to her desk and
bald In a low tono:
"Miss Jones, I wish you'd keep Maralo
McUInnis In, too. blio dono just as
much whlspcrln' as I did. 1 saw her
"Why do you wish to havo Mamlo
McOlnnls kept in?" usked the teacher.
"I don't want her to git Jealous
ngln," said Hiram, scratching tho floor
with the too of his shoe. "Th' other
time you kept me In nftcr school sho
wouldn't speak to mo fur n week."
"John," said tho farmer, very ex
citedly, to his hired man, "run to Mr.
What's-'ls-nnmo's and get his what you
may call It, and be quick." "All right,
bir," said John, "but I may not bo back
boon, and no telling what I may bring."
A Dead Language. "They say that
Bchmlttbergcr writes ono pago of his
ledger In Coptic." "Why?" "Hccauso
that's the page whero ho charges gro
ceries against Policeman Lynch, and
that's giving a cop tick, isn't It?"
Verdict for Hood's
" I was In tho army 4 years, was wounded
and contracted sciatica and rheumatism.
Havo suffered ever slnco and lost tho
uso of my left leg nnd sldo. I must
cay that of all tlio medicines I havo over
tried Iiood's Sarsaparilla Is tho best. It
has dono mo tho most good. I do not say
that It will ralso a fel
low from tlio dead;
but it will como tho
nearest to doing; it of fWW&
any mcdlclao I havo ever known or used."
T. II. Saunders, Osceola, Nebraska.
Hood'o Plila euro indigestion, ulllousnets.
The 0 rent est fledlcal Discovery
of the Age.
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Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it In over eleven hundred
eas, and never failed except In two caset
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from the
first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted
when the right quantity Is taken.
When the lungs are affected It causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts be
ing stopped, and always disappears in a
Heck after taking It. Head the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
;ausc squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eal
the best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful In water at bed1
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-A KENTUCKY MITUOLE.
Judtro John M. Rico Tollo now Ho
Wno Cttrotl of Rhoumatloa?,
Crippled for Six Teirs with Sciatica In
its Worst Form Ho Kxpecteil to 1)1
But Was Saved In o Mar
From tho Corlngton, ICy Post
Tho lion. John M. Rico, of Louisa, Law
renco County, Kentucky, has for tho pa.it
two year retired from octlvo llfo ns Crim
inal nnd Circuit Judgo of tho sixteenth Judl
rial District of Kentucky.
Ho his for many years served his nntiro
county and stato in tlio legislature at Frank.
fort and nt Washington, and, until his rctlro
mont was a noted flguro In political and
Judicial clrclos. Tlio Judgo Is well known
throughout tlio stato and possesses tho best
qnillte" which go to mnko a Kentucky goa-
tlom oral wherever ho Is known.
Ab t years ago tho bodily troubles
which Jaally caused his rotlrcment ato
timo when his mental faculties wcro In the
icnitli of their strength, began their en
eroachmont upon his naturally strong con
stitution. A f ow days ago n Kentucky i(
reporter called upon Judgo Tltco, who in thd
following wonls ro.atoa tho hutory of tho
causes that lod to his rottramont. "It is
)ust about six years slnco I had nn attack
of rheumatism, slight at first, but soon de
veloping Into Bclatlo rheumatism, which
began first with acuta shooting pains In tho
hips, gradually extending downward to my
"My condition bocamo so bod that I cron
tually lost all power of my legs, and then
tlio liver, kidneys and bladder and In fact,
my wholo system, becamo deranged. I tried
tho trcatmont of many physicians, but re
ceiving no lasting bonofll from them, I had
rccourso to patent remedies, trying ono kind
nf teranothcr until I bcllcro thcro wcro nono
I had not sampled.
"In 18, attended by my son John, I
wont to Hot Springs, Ark. I was not much
bonolltcd by somo months stay thcro when
I returned homo. My liver was actually
dead, and a dull islstcnt pain In Its region
kept mo on tho rook all tho timo. In ISJJ I
was reappointed Circuit Judgo, but It was
1 jipoMlblo for mo to glvo attention to my
duties. In 1831, I went to tho Silurian
Springs, Waukesha, Wis. I stayed there
somo timo, but without improvement.
"Again I returned homo, this timo feeling
no hopes of recovery. Tho muscles of my
limbs wcro now reduced by atrophy to mere
strings. C-'Vo pains tortured ma terribly,
but It was tho disordered condition of my
liver that was I folt gradually wearing my
llfo away. Doctors gavo mo up, all kinds oi
remedies had been trlod without avail, and
thoro was nothing mora for mo to do but re
sign myself to fato.
"I lingered on In this condition sustained
almost entirely by stimulants until April,
183). Ono day John saw an account of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Paid 1'ooplo
In tho Kentucky It. This was something
now, and as ono mora drug after so many
others could not do so much harm, John
prevailed upon mo to try the I'inkl'ills. It
was, I think. In tho first woek in May tho
pills arrived. I remember I was not ex
pected to llvo for mora than three- or four
days at tho timo. Tho oCozt of tho Pills,
uowevor, was marvelous ana I could soon
cathoartlly.athinz I hadnotdonoforrears.
Thollvorbogan almost instantaneously to
penorm iu lunciions, and lias uono so over
since Without doubt the pills saved my
llfo and while I do not cravo notorietr 1
cannot rcfuso to tnstlfy to their worth.
ino reporter caucu upon air. uunes, tin
Louisa druggist, who Informed him that
Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills havo been very
popular, slnco Judgo ltko used them with
sach bcncllu Ho mentioned several who
havo found relief In their use.
An analysis of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo Pconla shows that thov mntnin.
in a condensed form, all tho elements neces
sary to glvo new lite and richness to tho
oioou anurcsioro suaiiereu nerves. Tnoyaro
anunfalUnir sncclflo for such diseases nslnco.
motor ataxia, partial paralysis, Ht. Vitus'
uiurcu, scmiicu, nouraigia, rucumaium, ncr-
yuu ui'uuucno, ioo niier ciiccis oi mgnppo,
palpitation of tho heart, nnlo nnd sallow
complexions, all forms of weakness elthcrln
malo or female, and all diseases resulting
from vltlatod humors la tho blood. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills are sold by uU dealers,
or will bo sent post paid on receipt of price,
(SO cents a box, or (I boxes for tUSO they
aro never sold In bulk or by tho 100) by ad
dressing Dr. Williams' Medlclno Co., Sche
nectady, N. y.
STRANGE PETS IN KENTUCKY.
A ltnzorI!ack Which Igorouily Itcscnted
tlio Kick of a IlliEtitted VUllnr.
They havo somo strange pets In cast
em Kentucky. It is nothing uncom
mon to find pet foxes, coons, squirrels,
owls nnd rabbits. Hut tho cheekiest
pet I ever taxr was on the left hand
forlc of the right hand fork of Potter's
fork of the north forlc of the Kentucky
river. Judgo Mulliken, of Nashville,
Tcnn., nnd myself wero In there look
ing after coal lands in the fall of lSsO,
and wo stopped at a little dilapidated
log cabin foralnncr. There was plenty
of cabbago and other vegetables grow
ing In the garden, and wo had learned
from experienco to tako theso thlngn
Into consideration, for bometimes wo
stopped at places whero there was no
garden nnd found rations rather scarce.
Every body In tho mountains receives
travelers nnd makes them welcome to
what thoy have. We were tired, nnd
took our touts under tho front porch
that hud a good, Mnooth dirt lloor, and
were eating home delicious apples, nnd
right hero let mo say that tho best
tasting apples in tho world grow In
tho mountains nf eastern Kentucky.
Whllo eating nnd dropping the peelings
n round tho chairs a big, long, gaunt
hog, of the razorback brand, camo up
and commenced eating the peelings. I
thought he wus rather familtaron such
bhort acquaintance, us he walked over
our feet and tried to root over our
chairs, so finally tho Judgo got dis
gusted and gavo tho hog a kick. Imagine
IiIh surprise when tho hog turned and
charged him, knocked over his chair,
spilt our snake medicine out of our
saddle, hags and commenced to do us
up on short notice. Wo managed to
get to tho fenco and leave thut hog
monarch of ull ho surveyed. The lady
of tho house finally came out and put
lilin out of the yard. She said he was
a pet pig and had been in tho family so
long they could not think of killing
him. I think they called him Hilly.
When dinner was ready wo found
that tho tablo was naliod up
around tho legs, so that wo could
not get our feet under It, and
when wo wero uskod tlio reason
for It we wore told it was to keep Hilly
and the dogs from gottlng under thoro
whllo thoy wero eating, when thoy
would light nnd turn the tablo over.
That table would havo been a curiosity
Rt the world's fair. It had a little,
round turn-tablo sot in the middle of
the big table, on which tho victuals
wero placed, and It worked so nicely
that when It was started It went round
like a tnerry-go-roun J, nnd If you worn
a pool baseball catcher you could
snatch what you wanted as it sailed by.
This Mould he a splendid plan to adopt
whero servants aro ccarco. Whllo eat
ing tho bread gavo out and our host
reached over In tho skillet near by and
picked out a pone of corn bread built
oil the phut of a brickbat, except
thicker and harder on the outside, and
threw ft down on tho merry-go-round
dumb waiter with tho remark: "Help
yourself, gentlemen) no darn quality
cutshero." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Traveler Somo expressions In tho
Chinese language have us many as forty
Little J!iu Kama way In I'ngllsh.
"You amaze me. Mention one."
"Not at home." flood Nowiw
- Wagner had a clearly molded, clas
sical fuco, with thin, cynical lips,
which Keemod to wcv.r u perpetual
sneer. Ho was exceedingly vain,
greally dlt.ll.lted to hear words of praise
given to nny other compoioi.uiid rarely
knoW) In even .feint comtnundailoi) of
WH1 BTWrJi Wk IWCdcuesbovfc
.tfAm,mim ' i i'" ,yMtetl?!!,
Condcnurd l'rorrrdlngs of the Senate nnd
llouio fur ttifl I'sit Week.
Tun 'auto further considered tho tariff bill
'a tho lilh, if lonj?-wItlilil speeches might b
called "conlilcrlng." Of llw eight hours the
senate was In session Mr. Quay spoke tour In
eonllnuntlon ot his speech commenced five
weeks previous, und which had already tnken
up four days. Messrs. t'ettlurew. Power nnd
I'cffer nlfo spoke. A resolution was Introduced
to brlwc Chapman, the Wall street broker who
refused to answer questions nskod by the In
vesicating committee before tho senate for
contempt and nt 8 o'clock tho senate adjourned.
....After passing a hill setting nsldo (I00,00(
from tho fund helonglnir lo tho estates of do
ceased colorod soldiers for the purposo of erect
ing In tho District of Columbia a nations!
home for aged colored people, the house f urthet
considered the Indian bill.
tVHKN thesonatemet on the 13th Mr. Per
kins spoke briefly In defense of tho lato Sena
tor Stanford and defended htm from tho chargo
mado by Iteprescntatlvs Clear; In connection
with tho Stanford university. A resolution of
fered by Mr. Morgan calling on the secretary
of the treasury for certain Information In re
gard to gold receipts ohd bond Issues was
adopted. A resolution from Mr. Hoar was
Adopted calling upon the pre ildcnt for Infor
mation as to whethei cert)'', foreign govern
ments contemplated retaliation on account of
tho proposed Imposition ot a discriminating
duty on sugar. Then tho debate on tho wool
srhedulo of tho tariff Mil was resumed The
houso disposed of several bills of a local na
ture and then took up tho Indian npproprla
bill which was under consideration at ad
journment. TiiEscnatoon the I Uh passed a bill to pay
Joseph Itcdfcrn. ono of tho Kord theater vic
tims, J! Ttl: also a bill to authorlio tho ap
pointment ot women as public school trustees
In tho District ot Columbia: also a bill for tho
development and encouragement of silk cul
ture, and then resumed consideration of tho
tariff bill, the wool schedulo being discussed
until adjournment Tho house had under
consideration tho Indian appropriation bill In
committee of tho whole, but did not completo
Whin tho tariff bill was taken up In tho sen
ate on the 15th Mr. Dolph spoko nt length
again f reo wool. Tlio wool schedule occupied
the attention of the senate nil day. Krcry
amendment offered was Toted down . The
houso had tho Indian bill under consideration
all day and In the evening gavo somo attention
to pension bills.
TiiRscnato on tho Iflth completed tho wool
schedulo of the tariff bill, all amendments be
ing voted down. Considerable progress was
mado on tho bill and sotcral private bills
passed. The senate adjourned ntIM o'clock.
Tho houso further considered tho Indian
appropriation bill and reached n tlnal voto at 3
o clock, when the bill passed IM to SI, and the
Tub senate entered upon the twelfth week of
tho tariff debate en the 18th. and consideration
of tho bill was resumed Immediately after dis
posing of routine business. Somo progress
was made, tho silk, coal and miscellaneous
schedules being beforo tho senate. Tho de
bato was continued until paste o'clock. The
bouse had under consideration Mr. Hatch's
anti-option bill In commlttco ot tho whole.
An adjournment was taken at 5 o'clock without
completing tho bllL
PASSENGERS STILL WONDER.
Thry Cnn Only Hurt, Wliat High's Wife
Had tn SMy.
Two cronies who evidently hnd not
seen each other before that day for
many a ycarwero going hometheothcr
night on n limits car. Thov had been
to tho "lodge," or mans- lodges, nnd
wcro a little over the lino used as a
boundary ot the condition known as
"comfortable." They appeared well
to do, with gray beards. They were
unmindful of the other persons in tho
crowded car, nnd had not Imparted to
one another quite nil tho Information
they had in store.
"I'm not n millionaire," said the
taller one call him Mr High: "no, I'm
not a millionaire."
The smaller man call htm Mr. Short
thought for about fifteen seconds,
which is a long pause In a conversa
tion, and responded: "No, you're not;
neither am I."
The car rolled ahead about a block.
"Hut I've got a nice home, though; yes,
I've got a nice home and u nice wife.
I've got n Hat of seven no, six rooms
and I've got ten thousand dollars' worth
of books In 'em."
"That's so," chipped In Mr. Short, for
want of something better to say.
"Yes, sir," continued Mr. High, rais
ing his voice, though no one in the car
had lost a word of his previous conver
sation. "Yes, sir, I've got ten thou
sand dollars' worth of books and n nlcu
wifo and a nice Hat, but I'm not a mil
lionaire. Short, I'm not a millionaire.
They como up there, though, million
aires do, and they say to me: 'Why,
High, what a beautiful place you havo
n perfect dovo coop yes. sir, n dove
coop.' That's what they "say, Short,
Then ensued a long sllenco unbrok
en by tho smiling passengers. Short
and High gazed Intently ahead at noth
ing, their chins resting on their neck
ties. High broke tho silence nt last. "I
wonder," ho said, "what my dear little
wife would say if sho could sco her
darling William now? What could she
say? Say, Short, what will she say?"
The conductor put his head In tho
door, called "School street" and then
took Short and High by tho shoulders
and said again "School street." Tho
two dignified old gentlemen then arose,
stumbled to the door, shook them
selves together ns thoy stood on tho
cross-walk, and passed out of sight.
And the question uppermost In tho
minds of all tho other passengers has
been ever slnco that night:
"What did she say?" Chicago Trib
"What did tho Kngllshman say to
"Ho sold he was beastly hungry."
"And you t-tid?" t
"That it was cjuitc natural for htm
to be to." Truth.
A Cimry Island Lunch.
lady (live inc a glass of sarsaparilla
and one of those fried cakes.
Waiter (calling) One sass an' a
CHURCH AND CLERGY.
Pore Leo XIII. has Just completed a
book reviewing his pontiflcnUs.
It Is said that Protestant Christian
ity Is growing in Indians fast as It is
in this country.
Ornii Mr. Gladstone's bedstead is
hung tho motto: "Christian, Hemcro
bcr What Thou Hast to Do."
It is estimated that thcro aro over
thrco million peoplo In London who
novor enter a placo of worship.
Tins largest Sunday school library In
tho world Is In Washington, D. C, tho
property of tho Assembly Presbyterian
HKV. Wh.i.iam Mays, of Pcrryvllle,
Ky., has preached tho gospel for sixty
years and has novcr accepted a dollar
for his services.
It Is said that when Tennyson was
ashed what his highest aim was ho re
plied: "My supremo wish Is to get a
clearer vision of God."
Jilt Moony receives a royalty of
twenty per cent, from tho publishers
of "Gotpel Hymns," nnd slnco tho first
publication of tho collection this roy
alty amounts to ono million two hun
dred nnd fifty thousand dollars.
Miss Fannik Kdwaiids, tho girl evan
gelist of Loulsvillo, Ky., Is reported to
havo saved one thousand touls in Ohio
and Indiana. Sho Is eighteen years of
ago and lots her long hair hang down
over her shoulders.
ItEV. Watso.v T. Mostcn, of Jlroolt
lyn, who has hcen pastor of tho Grace
Hnptlst church for tho last year, re
ceives no regulur salary, only asking
pay when ho needs money. Ills ecclesi
astical brethren do not npprovo of hU
"Okx." Booth, commander in chief of
tho Salvation Army, say1)and tay it
emphatically, tlw Uo Reygf read rri
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The Royal Baking Powder is in
dispensable to progress in cookery
and to the comfort and conve
nience of modern housekeeping.
Royal Baking Powder makes hot
bread wholesome. Perfectly leav
ens without fermentation. Qual
ities that are peculiar to it alone.
ROYAL DAKINO POWDtR CO.,
The Itlghts ot dlrta.
Thcro hns been a good deal of talk of
lato about tho rights of growing girls,
and tho general concensus seems to bo
that a girl has n right, first of all, to
good, sound health, and, next, to a
training as comprehensive ns her pa
rents are nblo to glvo her. Heading,
'ritlng nnd 'rithmetio aro by no means
sufllolcnt for tho present-day girl.
Thcro is nothing she docs not wish to
know, nnd thcro Is nothing that will
do her nny special harm to know, pro
vided It is right for her brother to know
it also. Knowlcdgo is not only power,
hut It is safety and strcngtli.nnd steady,
substantial growth. It Is useless to
argue that girls should bo kept tn Ig
norance; butRrguo it as much ns ono
pleases, they will not stay so In this
day nnd age of tho world, lly nil
means let them know themselves, tho
world nnd tho possibilities of their
future lly this means thoy will bo
saved n great many shocks nnd will go
much moro smoothly through the world
than they possibly could if kept in ig
norance of the most Important things
of life. Ignoranco Is danger every
where and nlwnys, and tho sooner tho
fathers and mothers of girls learn this
the better It will be for tho children.
N. Y. Lcdgcn
To Cleanse tlio System
Effectually yet pontly, when costlvo or
bilious or when tlio blood is Impure or slug
pish, to permanently euro habitual constipa
tion, to awaken tlm kidneys nnd liver to a
health v activity, without irritating or weak
enluRttiem, to dispel headaches, colds or
f overs, uso Syrup of Figs.
"Johnnie," said tho teacher, "Is a Jackass
a biped or quadruped P "I'lcasc, sir,'1 said
Johnnlo, "that depends on tho jackass."
Scran toa Truth.
Two to rifteen Days' ricasnro Tours.
Forty-eight pges, six maps, describes
fifty tours, costing from three to thirty dol
lars. A copy will bo sent free, KstpaId, to
any address on receipt of two two-cent
stamps, by Gronoc H. Daniels, General
Passenger Agent, Grand Centtal Station,
Jimmie "My llttlo sister knows the Ten
Commandments." Hobblo "Humph. that's
nothing; I'll bet my llttlo sister knows
tn cnty of 'cm." Chicago Inter Ocean.
DnorsT is a dread disease, but it has lost
Its terrors to thoso who know that H. II.
Orccn li H"ns, tho Dropsy Specialists of
Atlanta, Georgia, treat it with such great
success. Wrirothcm for pamphlet giving
"No, Geiuldine; a landscapo dono in nil
Isn't necessarily a kcros(cjcnc." Buffalo
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a Constitutional Cure, Frico 73c
"JonNNT, odd seven apples to two apples,
snd what will you havo I" "Cplic, clr."
A beuo ot a lost raco tho empty pocket
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Juno Ml
CATTr.U-Ilcst beeves I 3 TO jtlSI
Htockcrs 2 Oj $3 60
Nutlveeows s S) 0 i 70
IIOOS Oood to choice heavy . t 0) ft i 77(
VIIKAT-No.Jred M Q W
No. : bard U & Mi
COItN'-No. t mtll HViA 34
OATS No. J mixed. 4K& 41
rtVE Nat 4 -fVVt
FLOUIt ratent. per itaok I it ft 1 10
Fancy I W O 3 W
HAY-Cholce timothy 8 SO O 9 W
Fancy prairie 0 00 7 M
IHIAN M ft CO
IIUTTEIt-Cholco cream IS to
CHKESE-Fullcr-am 10 tt II
KGQS-Cnolcc 7 & 7)t
POTATOES,. CS ft 73
CATTLE Native and shipping 3 OT ft I 00
Tezans 3 OT ft 3 SS
HOOS-IIeary 4 M ft4
SHEEI'-Falr to choice 2 73 ft 1 U
FLOUIC-Cholco 3 0) ft SCO
WHKAT-NaSred M ft M
COItN No. ! mixed. 30 ft 39(
OATS No. I mixed 14 ft ay,
UYE No.!. 41 ft 4S
IIUTTEK-Creamcry II ft 19.
LAUD Western steam. 8 4 ft a SO
POltK IJW 613 03
CATTLE Common to prima. . 3 CO ft 4 H)
IIOOS I'acklnir and shipping . I U) ft 4 60
SURE!1 Fair to choice. 2W ft3W
FLOUH Winter wheat. 3 M ft I S3
WHEAT No. 2. red S7Hi S7j
COIIN-Nc, S 40 ft Wl
OATS No. 3...... 41 ft it
ItYK. n $ 4;
liUTTKIt-CrKimery 11 ft 17
LAIU) o (107(1
1'OItIC 13 QI3 4I
CATTLE Nathe steers 4 00 ft 4 R.'S
IIOOS (!ood toehoke 6 ) ft 5 37
Fl-OUIt-IIixxl to efcolc. 3 SO ft 4 3
WHKAT-KaSred QfHft CI
COIIN-No. 3 ivjft 4H
OATS Western mlsetf. so ft Miij
IIUlTKlt-frcomcry II (f,
rOBK Mess 13 50 ail W
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
QOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD bk USED IN EVERY KITCHENi
109 WALL ST., NCW-Y0RK.
Aonsa (rending of tlio death of n friend)-
"How truo Is tlio saying! 'Man proiiosea
nnd God disposes.' " Her l.ldcr Bister (sigh
ing! "I wish that wcro moro than half
truo." Agnes "Why, what do you pi can I
Which half Is untruol" Her Elder Sister
" Maa proposes." Brooklyn Life.
"Din's a good doal In mckln' a Judicious
ch'lco ob yoh IMd ob endeavor," said Undo
Ebon. "Industry nn' jicrsovcriinco nnd
gwlnotcr ho'p do hnnd-orgnn grinder 'at
plnvs In front ob a deaf an' dumb asylum."
Lovrn "I assuro you, Hcrr Moycr, I can
not llvo without your daughter." Horr
Meyer "Oh, you overestimate my la
como." Fllcgcudo Dlacttcr.
While the schoolgirl has, of course, a
great many things to mnko her happy, thcro
ts no doubt that vhowing-gum contributes as
much as anything to her Jawousucss.
"Is touii now maid competent!" Mrs.
Muchcoln "I can't toll whether she's that
or French, sho talks so brokenly." Chicago
Cllmnto nnit Crops dust Itlp;lit.
Oklahoma his fiousnmts of ncresof tho
finest farming land In tho world, waiting
for you or unybody clso with a llttlo cash
andlols of gumption. Cllma o nnd crops
nro Just itslit. Farms will cost moro noxt
yoar than this. To llnd out If thl is tho
country you want, nslt for frco copy of Ok
lahomn folder. Ur.o. W. Haoenuixii, I. A:
T. A., Sitita Fo Koute, 1030 Un ou Ave.,
Ksiwi.6 City, Mo.
"How do vou llko your new watch dogl"
Bragg "He's flrst class. Tho least liltlo
nolso attracts his notice, nnd Instead ot
barking llko most dogs ho Just crawls uudcr
tho bed." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Knocked Out of Tlmo
By that nblo blood depurent, Hostcttcr'a
Stomurh Hitters, tho young giant, rheuma
tism, withdraws bcaton. In maturity It is
harder to conquer. Attack It at tho start
with Hostcttcr'a Stomach Bitters, nnd savo
joursclf years of ngonyaud constant dan
ger, for this malady Is always llnblo to nt
tack tho bojrt. 1'otcnt In malaria, dy si op
sin, constipation, nervousness and kidney
complaint is tho Bitters.
10E "Amelln, dear, do you bcllcvo
vo Is blind I' Amelia " cs, George.
f." lloorpo "Ihen, dear, I do not
soo any need of keeping tho gas burning."
If drown In Tcxiifl, It's (Iwid.
Tho Texas Coast country vies with Call-
fornla In raising pears, grnpos, nnit ttraw-
berries, Thi 1U1 rcccid of H. St. Btrliur-
fellow, Hitchcock, T x., vvh-i rn scd nearly
10,000 north of pears from IS acres, can bo
duplicated by you. M III bo glad to furnish
without chargo an Illustrated phamphlot
icUmgabout 'lexis. Oro. W, Ia(ieniu-i'U.
P. & T. A., SauU Fo lloutr, 11)50 Uidou
Ave., Kansas City, SIo.
Time: Fivoa. m. First Milkman "Say,
what j er got do two lamps on ycr wagon
fori" Second Milkman "Doy makesdo load
lighter seel'' Harvard Lamjioon.
Halv-citied eruptions will return. Eradl
cato them with Glenn's Sulphur Hoap.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dyo, M cents
A Tnixo as Insignificant as a banana peel
has caused tho downfall ot strong men.
Will is a hexameter llko n Juno bug I Bo
causo each has slxfcct. Fliegcndo Blacttcr.
la llnblo to great
nnco through sym
or Indigestion, often
causes it to mini-
tato In n distressing
way. Nervous Pros
tration, Debility oml
also causo Its too
Many times, Spinal
AIToctions. causo it
to labor unduly. BafTcrors from such Nerv
ous Affections often lmaglno themselves tho
victims of organie heart disease.
ALIi NERVOUS DISEASES, ns Pa
Fit, tit. Vitus'
treated na a rpccUdty, with great succcc?,
by tho Staff of tho InvnllaV Hotel, tor
Famphlot, Inferences, nnd Particulars, cn
closo 10 ccnU, In ctomps for iostago.
Address, World'ii Dmrr.NfUHY Uzrncui
Association, Uulfolo, N. Y.
A. N. K.-D
IVIIC.V WlltTIM) 111 AIIVKllTISEItS I'LEASB
Ul Ikil Ja law tk AdtcrtluBcst Is ttls
It s& r
Ataxia, Kpuoiwy, or
a Danoo, btocrlcssness, picrr
, Ncrvoua JJcbilitT, lieuraJ-
arul Kindred Ailment, aro
H ContuMptlTra ah people H
M TnkopMuso ruo t Cufofor nj
M ronfompClnr; It tiai cured
LJ thniianl. Ithn not Injur
e4i tft, It It rot I'Bil touke,
n It i tUt beMcoufliirrup. H
mm f.M cTerrwherft. tc tm
ARE YOU GOING?
TRAVEL via MEMPHIS
Throush fr Unit
Tin Hie Ilmailrul
ifur srrlvsl ol trslm
linm lbs West and
SouttiirMt, runnlnt to
Dsrors tor all rolnti la
tht K tsnd RoutbMit.
Tht Memphis and
anil lh EatTtnn.,V.
tbo reputation thfr
hnv ol clvlnc th
Qalctiist Tlmr, Iltsl
Tdrougb Cur Pfrvtcs
snd all the Lstrat and
rinf si Accommodations
It Is tlio Prlnclrsl
Tboronnhfare to tht
tTlift Host Popular
' SlolM Vllhiilrr"
Trains Willi I'.vrrjr
PUIUinr, jn. ... ."
Bummer and Winter
Iaiuen(era br this
routs cross lbs New
Bteel ItrMite at Mem.
nlils snd will avoid Ifdl.
otis Ferry Transfers
across the Mlultitppl
Itlter, necesssrr br any
other gateway south of
AnyTtcket Asent will le" Information rtlellTS
to. and sell tlckein by tlm ri.pulnr Lines or any rt. I
slre.1 inionnaiion wmw"1" i,ih.,u.
Jilt Isllire if Intnlntniiimdprtnplli fit f 4:
fill, astf cerrpos it mltiuu.
r. Hr. Wesleni rs set.. HstaO, ,IIs",ms.
r. 1. PCiSMSr, PIfUUa r At"t Sfaesls Tas.
B. IT. Wrtsa, . rse- Til. iltsl, laatillls Ttsa.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas
Is the direct line thronih Cenlrsl Mltsonrl,
Bontheastern Kansas and Hie Indlsn letrllorj
lo Tests, thencs on to detp water on lue
Tf it tht first rsllrotd ever bnllt Into tht In.
dltn Territory and was the first to cruse the
border Into lesas and pnsh on Ibronsh Ihi
Ihtlilnr towns of the slate to sail wtier The
K AT T Is alwaye the first to jtrt ant ft Ihe old
rntt and Improre Its facilities for handllnir
pssseoirert ami rrrlRlit At Ihe early settlers
moeed from old Iok csblnt to the more com
fortable moiternlied boutre.soliattlie KATY
idetnced and mured her passengers uut ol
UToeiior Fa laco OlooplxxsCa sa
rinett tleeplnf ctr trrvlce In tht world.
Another adeanre Is the Inlrndnctlon of thi
AIlKUICiX KXI'lir.ss CIIIII'S.M to do the ex
prest business ol this company Thn abovt
express cnmptny covers llnrt from tht Atlnn
llo to tht Uulr.tnd none tttnds blghei than It.
THE KATY REACHES
From Ilsnnllisl, abort 81, Ixinlt and Kansas
City, lo Houston. Teiss, tht heed or Milt
water, over lit own rails, snd passes throng 0
DenUos, Rhtrmin, Dsllss, Ft. Worlb,
tTaiakalchle, llllliktro, Waro, Temple,
Helton, Tajlor.tlalnsillle, Henrietta,
Ilsstrop, Lotklitrt,htn tirro,l.a
Orange, llosstoa and Gslfettos,
Rnns through GAIT AITTOITIO
tleepert to i i ,
And affords comforts snd conveniences to lit
tlront nneqaaleil by any omer Boumwesiern
Any persons wishing t
ing id ei
it. i.odis. cmcino, kajsis cur, lussmti,
or the ProdnctlTt plaint anil prslrlrt of JIIH
Ibould by all means takt tht
tioao ri,ISirtorn bTozxaa Xly
At It It tht mostdlrect.bett eqnlppeil and rnnt
THROUGH WACNER SLEEPCRS.loall
tbuvt points WiTiiut'T I.HA.iiiK whers illrect
connection Is mads In Union Depots lor all
points North, East and West.
Froo Roollnlng Chair Cars
On all throash trstns For farther Informa
tion tt lo rtltt, routes, mapa, time tabla,
sleeping ctr reservations, tto,, csll on or ad
dress four netrest ticket agent,
8olld Through Trains
"om Kansas City Chicago,
Si. Joseph, Denver,
St. Paul and Minneapolis,
, , ,. WITH
Vratlknled urawliie Hoom Slceplns Cora,
Uecllulng Chair Curt (Seals Pre).
Through Blooplna Cars From
TEXAS POINTO Via HANNIBAL to
VU Missouri Kansat & Texas Itatlwsj and
Chicago, Ilurllngton & Qulncy 11 It
Onlr Ona Chanao of Cars to
-THE ATLANTIC COA8T-.
AND BAOrtWN POIIIT8.
4 Train Dally Batwean OT. LOUIS, ST. M
HAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Sleeplnu Car Ot. Louis to On-oha.
D. 0. ivns, II. C. ORR,
Uea 1'jss. & Tkt A'gt Att. (Jen I' -ss. A'gt
ST. LOUIS, MO. KAN. CITY, MO
KANSAS OITY, 0
Omaha, Puoblo Cc Doavor.
Fullnin SoCit Eleeplac Can and Tx
) KSOIJNnia OHAIO OARB
T. LOUISj WICHITA,
-f, H. O. TOWNIKND,
w u VAw
Hi ceeupjlag- more tpe tkaii tt
BrttfolUnlnrnlllb laierWM ;w
pr?:r. TheKrdlct ct men mlt
Urpi r inisU hnl U Uut fJ u
tdTtrtlto tho brands.
t t. niJMNV.
Claremoro, Ind. for.
rl Cither sits.
n.nrst tallss stitol
Catoosa. . M
J. O. HALIi,
itmfi nn t'nrl srerk
V) reward for convic
tion of theft ot tliest
Vlnlts, i. r.
O rop off the left Mr,
nnderttt In light,
llanie north and east
Horse brandi O T
Crop lell, crop and nn-
aer nan crop rign.
O. A. WILLIAMS,
('nod)nlllilir, Ind. Tit.
ooine oreniien A on
. lell shniilder - on
thi' X on hip. limine
V. H. NODIjES,
ITort bul sBtt,
to a a irsoai
Itsaga, hetdi i Cm'jv
Big cress, u. a.
Chouteau, Intl. Ter.
Circle on neek. either U on rlsht sldn ltft
ildti C H side or esrirrnbued
kip CiVrt on necki y on sl e and lilpi tomt
branded to' o on left side Hone brand Oil
an left shonlder or thigh flange on Uhoatasu
ind rrjor crcekt. l-l
It. B. TATLOn, "
rostofflco VinlU, I. T.
lrta. mmA raa
VU tJ sslll In tks
rlshi. . .
(tomt cattle It
vtrlont at fcef,
llance as La.
ron creek, ra
Ilea it et'Vta
P. O. Vlnltn, Ind. Tcr.
ln some branded
urrirr alor In
earn ear: rangt
d river. I w s 1 r a
uiioa west o( CLelata.
Pryor Creole, Ind. Ter.
s r .. . . .
tSVtjS noma steers branded
strips across me cos.
Cows lirsmied LAD
Crop and split each tar
Range near I'rror
3. T. M'SPADDtSJ, ""
foctoCoa t Cbelerv, Indian Ter.
ciesa erv ex icn tut
W. W. MILLSH,
VinlU, 1. T.
Chclsoa, Ind. Tcr.
Usncsi Karta mt
tlthrr dip. rtingt
on low Lreek ind
Hark: Crop right,
merlill left. '
KulrUnd, Ind, Tor,
k. Jf Bftina havo
and a p
West or Dint.
W. P. RINQO,
Nownla, I. T.
both hips -on
bit and under
Ill lell i crop
sml oter- bll
ha rn 1 sih
Hark i Swallow iSti and uudet- !'"X '""k
bit It.'li smooth cruii left. e" ."J
Caltlt lolj only for hlpinent. feW
JOnNSTONH & KBBLBn,
Dnrtlusvillit, I. T.
CM nn right iMeisnme
Qll lisve the bir J
un rigni suit with
out the vriiae Varl
our old brands and ear
marks Hang on In.
welt tide of l.'anejrrlr.
iron Poulil tretk.
HUT 30 M
U ti 5X1
,,,, crets, raf
vfi-j-w - Sd ssirt
Mlnml, I, T.
y wf.winHiW shaiiTiMNU num.- Umi
a. v. iioaBRS,
Claremoro, Ind. Ter. ,-
J H oa side)
I hate herl-
.T Tl. lEnWARDR.
P. 0. Vlnila, IndUu Tsrrllory,
111, w -rtnded
J 0 oa
ISO some. vm
,n ls. II at
7.' ' M klM
lioe, n i"P'
iv nisi cam,
1111. JOmUl '. iww. rwm - .
: t - ... ui-'-.rwn-
vi t ai m..iiJ far eaafletSa urv est
, itsVllag it animal la mil bran.
Chelsea, I. T.
Mirk I Oroa off Ut
rlgkt, andtrtlopt U
the left tir.
Itanre rear (sllet
west of Cislsei. H-U
Four Mile, I. T.
Rings on Four MQt
10 miles southeast d
Cbe'opa, Kan. ktarki
split in right er
Iloraa brand, Uemlesl
shoulder. No oattU
sold sxoepl (or ship
B. U. MAYE3,
I'ryor Creek, I. T.
fork and on
derblt In ont
In the other.
All eiltle art
brandrd 8 A
and notch un
an lelt side ft
Afevrbrindcd J W Eon side
J. O. nOQAN,
rryor Creek, I. T.
Swallow fork sml
nnderblt In right ear,
nmlerslopt In lert
Itangt on I'rror
Vlnlls, I. T.
on II I g cabin
creek, 7 nillrs
wr.t of nine
jacket. Cattle of this
only for ship
ment. 100 rewerd
J. H. BARTLE9,
Ilarllcsville, 1. T.
Koarl alt haiu right horn llppod
Adhlr, I. T.
Oeerblt A nn
derblt In right i
nndrrblt In tht
ed AH (connect
ed) nu tht left
Hinge on I'rr
P. B. SMITH,
Wogoner, I. T.
two en II I g
creek and Ver
In puturt 2
ed Ilka I
:flr" inn lelt car
- - .Mil. I I
O. H. ARMSTRONCr,
Ooodys Uluir, I. T.
Somi. Clfl hftva Ol
alsoi mark.eroii both
rare, split In rlgliti hut
origlnallr underblt In
llango at month ol
I vf 19 "n"e L
Ui I--- LJ thoulder.
llnrre brand O A on
on right hip A thigh
J. K. ORUTOHPIELD,
utHeranare cjaSs n
right lldr. Left ear
irubbedi nnderblt In
Itange 10 inllei tonth
Deo 13 SI
Q. L. WASUBOURNB,
rlmnolh rrop In tich
lsr, nnderblt In right.
Ilanire llnund Mnrlna-
frslrlt. S miles east of
Hurst brandi O on
lelt Jaw andlblsh.
Some rattla branded
on led hip.
ST. IIKII.MAN, ChMona, irnn.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
Largest stock In southern Kinsie.
WOOD and METALIO COFFINS.
rrictlcat Kmbslmrrs. Ttlegripb ordsrsaU
i 7.. .. rTTruTsn: WU HtUALS
I and ono Diploma lor Ilenulr,
nin-iiaii. auu uranut-aa.ijrer
uiiu or ineso veuiciea nava
been eiild .HritrL In Him n.uitil
4Hiiil at onco for nur coinpleta
Craintonueil'iof every klndot
Jf lalllt-lssA llHBSiau Blanl.nolv
lilr . IW. of ti-.ltulooUli. Ihtr ara Ir.c-
ALUANCE CARniAQC CO., CINCINNATI, 0.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at East St. Louts, III.
f. sceanjnBansu2Iv -S17
WA'JeiW&FF YyJtS?A si
W IM HH
I VCA JLJVV?J il
av1 Is 9wkKiI i
IWreellr nppoiltt Hie (11 of SI. I.ouls. Ha jr.
tn lor all itescrlpllnn or Mrs Mock slve s It)
slttndanee, and wllhln tht grounds of Ihi
Block Yards Ii s ileel Canning toraplnr. win
acspstllj for slaughtering l,u bead or cattle
dallr. and I'oik I'acklne K. lilill.tini.nl. h...
Isciptell; tit tltuharln ll.ouo hos dallr, A r
IIAAD M. KMOi. Hraa. ) W'.'J
UkvVwid4 wlut to da do' I do R.-